Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 3, 1989
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Worth City Raises Taxes Fees to Balance Budget I

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Infusing some $146,000 new dollars preferring to set the millage at the are: recreation, garage, sanitation and with the hot, humid summer
into the cash-poor General Govern- 88-89 level of 2.39 mills. Commis- Residential garbage pickups, up trash, purchasing, and the transpor- weather. July electric sales of
Dance... ment fund Tuesday night, Aug. 1, sioner Vernon Silcox pushed for $3 per month, from $7 to lO/month. tation trust fund. They also cut the 6.050,200 kilowatt hours (KWH) area
"Somewhere Out There" is the Starke commissioners gave Clerk three mills, and Commissioner Commercial dumpster rental one additional laborer added into system record, surpassing the
theme of a dance for junior high Neil Tucker the tools needed to dig Charles Schafer and Chairman Bob- rate increase, up $6, from $14 to budget requests.The previous record of 6,024,000 KWH,
and and recent out of a $400,000 deficit.Commissioners by Biggs voted for three mills. $20/month. remainder of the $400,000 set in August 1987.
Fellowship Methodist in a 3-2 vote, increased Commissioners voted 5-0 to In- Commercial dumpster emptyingand needed will come from an expectedtwo Clerk Neil Tucker told commis-
Youth of the First city property taxes to three crease garbage pickup fees to raise pickup fee increase: 6 cubic percent growth in utility sales. sioners they'd raise $200,000, to
United Methodist Church of Starke mills, up.789 mills from the rollback 94128. The Garbage Department, yard dumpster, up $5, from $14 to Clerk Neil Tucker says he'll transferthe come up with the other$200,000.All .
will host this event for all young figure of 2.211 mills, to raise $50,000.It part of the General Government, has $19; 9 cubic yard dumpster up $5, amount needed to balance from the above steps were suggestedby
people in the community. s the first time in years the city been operating some $70,000 in the from $15 to $20.Commissioners. the utility side as the year goes on. Bill Weldon, the city operations
The dance will be held in the has increased millage. Commis- red and has been supplementedfrom also cut $66,600 Electricity sales, the big earner, manager and utilities director.See .
Fellowship Hall at the First United sioners Travis Woods and Ed Wall the General Fund. from the General Fund budget by have been lower due to recent warm
Methodist Church from 7 p.m. to opposed the Increase to three mills The garbage charge increases trimming 25 line items in the fire. winters. The city is recovering now ( City Budgetp.3A)

midnight Friday, Aug. 4.
A live D.J. will play hits of the Silcox. Wise
80's. Admission is $2 per person,
and refreshments will be available Get Free Ride
for sale.

Car Wash... 2 Races

A car wash is scheduled for 's
Saturday, Aug. 5, at the Community *
State Bank parking lot. The cost (v
is $2 per car. 4 .
All proceeds will benefit Victory Set InStarke
Revival Center of Heilborn SpringsInc. !

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School Partners... F

The Education Committee of the e\ L\ % _
Chamber of Commerce is pleasedto .'
host The Partner's Luncheon for by Sue Ellen Smith
recognition of Partner's in Educa
BCT Staff Writ.rThe .
tion. A partner is a business or Individual for
July 28 qualifying deadline
willing to share their time, the September Starke city elections
talent and resources with a school.To found candidates for two of the four
kick off the
1989-90 School
for grabs unopposed and
posts up
Partnership Program a luncheon is
one unexpectedly challenged.
set at noon Thursday, Aug. 17, at 'i The race ior.
the Bradford County Fairgrounds. t
the District 2
Anyone interested in becoming a t v commissionseat
school partner is invited to attend tif's which
the luncheon.To .
was un-
reserve a place, call the contested up .
Chamber, 964-5278. t+ $'lrf until the last
few hours of
Power Record... qualifying last

The City of Starke Electric '! Friday, will pit
System experienced a record in .. ) ; 7rrl Vernon Barber
system usage this July. The net f.: against the
system KWH was 6,050,200. The i Rev. A.J. Sim-
previous high was set in August ') f mons in a con-
1987, when 6,024,000 was deliveredto to '/;." uit Afctnt wtdetermine l
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the system. .oJ "J ''' the
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The month August is historicallythe city's first black commissioner. .1
highest usage month of the year Barber had been expected to run
due to population growth and hot uno...t",,' sad. _.__
weather. There were 358 hours of 80 \ Barber an-
and above in ..{ nounced his
degrees July com- I
pared to 299 hours of 80 degreesand i : .. candidacy for (
above h- June.Appr.clatlon. 4; 1 J the District 2 I .
__ seat three
The Community Outreach 1989:90 Bradford High Varsity Cheerleaders... after weeks being ago ,.'
The BUS cheerleaders rt'ct'nllyon he ,hi al j
t'h.llllpl"I..hll| cheering
host Volunteer Program (COVP) will Members of the 1989-90 Bradford High varsity cheerleading squad are camp in which 300 girls, 25 squads competed. BUS umi seven superior(1r chosen to run i/
an appreciation banquet for
Elizabeth walker ): ribbons, one gold superior ribbon, and one excellent rating. The girls all by a committee -
active worker, career in youth educatorand ac- Bottom row: Holly llersey, Jill Williams, Christy (;aull. Mindy (;nann, won In different categories, from pom-pom routines to sideline cheering of black ,
Krlaty Harrison. and band also the slick for communityleaders
tivities cheering.They won spirit sharing spirit during
Saturday, Aug. 12, at 7:30 Standing: Ginger Adams, Dianna Dobos, Misty Fill Kim Ross, Amy the week at camp.They competed against larger schools from Miami and in
p.m.The Horne, Cindy Quinn. Pensacola. Starke. The
banquet will be held at the same committee
Starke Women's Club. Tickets will endorsed Simmons
be a donation of $10 benefitting Ross Chandler,
COVP. Contact Vernon Barber or Bradford County's first black com
Geraldine Kelley. Tough Decisions Face County CommissionersCounty tions.missioner last year's county elec-

Football Physicals... Barber, a former linebacker for
Coach David Hurse urges football residents face higher taxesin owner. $125 multiplied by the 7,300 Therefore, the Aug. 3 budget session percent and to include no pay raises. the University of Florida Gators,
players, varsity and junior varsity, any case, and much higher unless solid waste assessments would raise was set. The board also met the Two departmental budgets were graduated from UF with a degree in
to have physicals by their family Bradford comissioners cut $1.5 $937,000 That would leave the previous night (Wednesday,Aug. 2)). approved last Thursday: speech communications and is cur-
physician. A physical examinationis million from the proposed spending' budget $1.6 million in the red. Time is fast running out for the com- The sheriff's budget totaling rently a recreation specialist at
required before a youth can play level when they meet for a do-or-die Keep property taxes at the cur- mission to delay.Commissioners. $1,566,198. Lawtey Correctional Institution.In .
football. session on 89-90 budget at 7:30: p.m. rent level of 7.783 mills which would worked and talked The' library budget, totaling an unexpected move last Fri-
Dr. Pete Gianas will examine the tonight (Thursday, Aug. 3). raise an additional $332,000 The for three hours last Thursday night $172,796. day, the Rev. A.J. Simmons
players at 9 a.m. Saturday Aug. 5, The proposed 89-90 county budget county's rollback millage figure is and cut only $105,000, mostly from Commissioners were disturbed qualified for the District 2 race just a
at his office. The fee is $10. remains $2.6 million out of balance; 6.527 mills, the amount which would fund balances. They discussed the that some elected officials simply few hours before the qualifying
Football practice begins Aug.lS. that is, proposed expenditures ex- bring in the same amount of tax commission's lack of control over resubmitted the same figures after deadline. Simmons, a pastor for
Open game is Oct. 15 against ceed expected revenue by $2.6 dollars as last year. That would the budgets of constitutional of- the board requested they cut 10 per- the New Bethel Baptist Church in
Wildwood. million, according to CPA Pat Farn- leave the budget $1.3 million in the ficers, such as the property appraiser cent. Mostly the talk centered Starke and the Jerusalem Baptist
sworth who met with the board for and tax collector, while being around Property Appraiser Jimmy Church In Olustee also a memberof
Square Dancing... the first time on budget matters. red.Tonight the commission must responsible for raising the Alvarez and Tax Collector Esther the committee that endorsed
Square Dancers meet every se- Commissioners discussed, but either cut the budget or increase money.So Hall, who apparently had left 4 percent Barber for the District 2 seat.
cond and fourth Tuesday at the reached no final decision to: taxes. Commissioners have unitl far, commissioners have asked salary increases in their Simmons said he decided to run
Lawtey Elementary School from 8 Put in place a special assessmentof Aug. 6 to set the millage under department heads the elected of- for the District 2 commission seat
to 10 p.m. Come out and join the at least $125 on each home or land Florida's Truth in Millage law. ficials in the courthouse, to cut 10 (See CO. Budget..P.3A) because he felt the committee did
not go about endorsing Barber pro-
fun.Reward perly. Simmons said the committee
Fund... BCT to Celebrate 110th Year ., 01'-- w.\. should have
The family of Meghan Renaud, allowed morecommunity
the 12-year-old girl who was found Hearing TonightOn input
dead in a wooded area near her Issue, Reception and PartyIt's in the
family's Deer Foot Trail Home nominatingprocess.
March, 1989, is asking for donations finally here! To
for the establishment of a The Telegraph will celebrate its 110th anniversary next Thursday,Aug. School .... give the com
reward fund. The reward, when 10, with a mammoth edition (consisting of approximately 8 sections), BudgetThe munity a

established, will be offered for any complete with never-before-released pictures, history lessons you may choice, he said,
information leading to the arrest have never heard before, and many little known facts about Bradford he decided to
and conviction of her killer. Please County, Union County, and the Keystone Heights area. first of two required public iimidge law advertisement in tlllh'U- 'j run for the of-
send contributions to the fund To cap off this occasion and to honor The Telegraph's Editor Emeritus, hearings on the record $16,878,611 ly 27 edition of The Telegraph. The fice. "
to Florida any National Bank of Starke. Eugene Matthews, The Telegraph will host a reception at the KOA ban- school budget, tentatively approved millage increase was figured from
All contributions should be made quet room on Friday evening, August 11, from 7:30-9:30: : p.m. This affair July 24, is set t 7 p.m. tonight (Thurs- the 88-89 millage levy, rather than unopposed Running in 1
payable to the Meghan Renaud will be open to the public and The Telegraph staff hopes you will drop in to day, Aug. 3)) by the Bradford County the rollback figure. the upcoming
Reward Fund.Upcoming.. help celebrate this very special occasion. School Board. Bradford schools receive Wl*. elections are
Then Saturday, August 12, from 6 to 11 p.m., The Telegraph will spon- The new budget contains an 8.162 $1,362,794 in district (county) taxes Clerk Linda Wise for city
... sor a lively street dance so everyone can all party together and enjoy mill property tax levy, 5.943 required of the $16.8 budget. The! rest is state Deputy clerk City and City Commissioner Ver- .
Public meetings scheduled In the some good old fashioned fun! This affair will be held in downtown Starkeon by law to participate in the and federal funds. Silcox for District 4 commis I
coming weeks are Call Street in front of The Telegraph office and in the parking lot of Florida Education Finance Pro- The budget contains five percentpay non
The Bradford County Commis- Santa Fe Community College. gram provides the Bradford school increases for administratorsand sioner."It's fantastic," Wise said afterqualifying.
sion will meet Aug. 7 at 9:30: a.m. Smoked and barbecued chicken dinners will be cooked and served by system with 12.217569 about three- other non-instructional .
in the Bradford County courthouse.The Lawtey Unlimited, beginning at 6 p.m. These dinners probably won't last fourths of the budget. The budget employees. Teacher bargaining Is
also contains .719 m discretionary Wise a
New River Solid Waste long so come on down around 6 p.m. so you can get your tummy full and agood 1.5 mills of capital just beginning and teacher raises 19-year
for the featured acts of the evening! millage plus have not yet been determined.
Association will meet Aug. 8 at Sp.m. spot be levied for of the
items to one veteran
outlay year
There will be lively music provided by Arnie Hauger'sSouthbound Teachers, however, are expected to
in the Bradford County courThe toe-tapping
for such things as asbestos removal, receive salary raises higher than 5 city clerk's office
Band from 6 to 11
thouse. p.m.
four school buses, and various has work-
Brooker City Council will To l kick off this old-timev celebration, what would he more appropriatethan new percent.Additional. ed book
construction as a
meet Aug. 8 at 7:30: p.m. in the Starke's own W. B. McKinney on violin, accompanied by Bill McRaeon projects.The money, as principals keeper and ;
Brooker City Hall. guitar. These two talented men will play gospel and old time favoritesyou additional 1.5 mills, levied for asked, has been added for supplies, financial director
The Hampton City Council will will surely love to heart! The McKinney-McRae duo will begin about 7 one year, will cost a taxpayer $1.50 maintenance textbooks, and media for outstanding services, and is currently
meet Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Hampton for every $1,000 of assessed evalua- deputy
City Hall. p.m.Other old-fashioned entertainment has been planned. The Jewelettes tion above the$25,000 homestead ex purchase orders, according to city clerk. ,
-The Bradford County &'hool from the Macclenny area will surely delight and amaze you with their emption. For example, a property Finance Officer Jean Chitty balanced who Wise will be .
Board will meet Aug. 14 at 7 prowess and abilities. These "Golden Girls" are scheduled to appear assessed at $50,000, less the $25,000 handed the school board the the first 4
the School Adminstration around 8 p.m. and will surely have you in the spirit of the times! homestead exemption, will pay budgets without the board havingto woman to<< hold : I
building. Souvenir items are here in the office now. These items will be on sale at taxes on $25,000, which would cost meet to decide where to cut. the position. ; 01 .R"..cox

The Starke City Council will the reception and also the street dance. Charges on these souvenir items that taxpayer 1.5 times 25 or $37.50. Some the budget duplicate to help entries out were on the foundIn $1 Starke city clerk, according to City
meet Auk. 15 at 7:30: p.m. in the are: An asessment of $100,000, less + had to be cut. Clerk Neil Tucker.
Starke City Hall. T-SHIRTS:CUSHION grey only adults sizes, $3.50 each. $25,000 homestead exemption,would million which Jim Duncan told the board Vernon Silcox, who has been on
The Chamber of Commerce will STADIUM : : black only, $3.50 each. mean an additional cost of $112.50 there $620 000 in the fund balance. the Starke City Commission for 18
for Interested GLASS COFFEE MUGS: clear glass with black lettering, $2.50. (75 times 1.5). the the candidate to
host a meeting persons If But a slight miscalculation in years, was only
in becoming a school part- ANNIVERSARY EDITION NEWSPAPER: $1.00 each; $2.50 to mail. A first public hearing was set for count of full-time equivalent (FTE) .qualify for the District commission
ner Aug. 17 at the fairgrounds. you ire a regular subscriber, you will automatically receive your copy of July 31, but could not be h;ld students could take/half of that Duncan See Election..P.8A
this anniversary edition, without extra charge. because of an error in the trtilh-in- said. (

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Inspectors Pleased With Jail Annex...

A team of inspectors from DOC inspected the new jail annex Monday, ministrator Raymond Hunt.Chief Jan Inspector (DOC) Ed Sobach (backto POLICE DEPARTMENT'S CHOICE
: and ruled it ready for occupancy as soon as the eight feet fence around the camera),Corrections Officer Mike Parrish, Head DOC Inspector Per
: exercise inside is raised to 12 feet. cy Folsum (wearing hat), Region II JaU Inspector Charles Thompkins. WE THE BELOW SIGNED OFFICERS
: Shown the annex, at the open toilet area are. (from I to r) County and Sheriff Ken Etheridge.
i Commissioner :Maxle' Carter, Jr.. Chief Deputy Pat Henry Jail Ad- WORK WITH CHIEF JIMMY R. EPPS

. County Jail Addition Completed on Deadline d DAILY PROFESSIONALISM AND THRU HIS,AND ABILITY

The county met its Aug. 1 deadlineto 24-inmate capacity. That will more were local repeat offenders, said spectors had previously said the pre- ,
= finish remodeling the wooden jail than double the present capacity of Deputy Sheriff Raymond Hunt, the sent six-foot fence would do, but US AND THE PEOPLE THAT CHIEF
addition and Sheriff Kenneth 20 inmates in the Bradford County jail supervisor. changed their minds, said Sheriff EPPS IS THE MAN TO GUIDE AND
': Etheridge says inmates can be housed Sheriff Etheridge's office was Etheridge.The .
: there within a few days. Jail.However, Tuesday morning there busy Tuesday, Aug. 1, preparing staffing chart with 10 new LEAD THE STARKE POLICE
= The 108 by 20 foot building, bought were 36 persons in the old, brick compliance letters on staffing, the employees added has also been ver-
,; from the prison system for $5,000 county jail, including seven women. perimeter fence, and new heaters. bally agreed to by DOC inspectors, DEPARTMENT.
; and moved to the jail site, has a Most 0/_the inmates in jail Tuesday. The sheriff said the letters would be and the follow-up letter is also expected TOGETHER WE CAN WIN THE
sent over the telephone to the to be approved. Five new
Department of Corrections in radio dispatchers will be hired to FIGHT AGAINST CRIME.
i Take = I'mI Tallahassee, which he expected to prevent communications personnel
( declare the Bradford County Jail in from having to act as jailers. And Officers:
I Me. Yours. compliance with DOC regulations.The five employees are already on the lY\Aj &:1\\ ) no ;:? SoUoJ W."hN
county has agreed to add four payroll to act as correctional officers
:I x: feet to the present six-foot perimeter for women. L-r. 4enne-4"L 1IUJ t" Al. f28ftJl11
:: fence on the Pratt Street side with Two heaters, which DOC used in _
razor wire atop that, making the the building, have been declared un- fY1r Shoes .
:s fence close to 14 feet hieh. DOC in- safe because of insufficient ventingof Dispatchers:
i Bradford VFW Post gas. Two new heaters, costing R... "v, ,,,t\4..J P 'iPn.
$1,700, have been ordered. d '
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f wiggly warm puppy Is a source of Joy; but"puppy love" 1016 is beginning its new fiscal year. jail to be in compliance. d". 'btr /. (1"/1" J
can't even compare to the love that God Is waiting to give : With the new year,our membershipdues " looking .good," Pn- : old
j you. God's love defies descripUon-or understanding. are again due. AU members says Sheriff Etheridge.The "i>7t" l! e"JiJ't JlIJtrtaUIJ
renewing their membership before new wooden barracks will be /72: _w'f .6 A
i "God demonstrates his own love for"us In this: While we drawing September for 30 a life will placed in You a used minimum to security house non-violent inmates. and /7J.. e. &6 Ift"P o't.LItPTt / 1

were sti'l sinners, Christ died for us. will also receive an early bird The 24 bunks, placed about two
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showing your continued support for racks. Open toilets and showers are ,
r you're ready to receive God's love,Join us this the VFW. at the opposite end from the obser- pre 1 Ziz. (fa44Lc,
As always the start of a new year vation booth where a jailer will be
the first towards member
Sunday-take step becoming a
means the start of a new member- able to observe all the inmates 24
God's family.FIRST. ship drive.On August 5,beginning at hours per day.
8 a.m.,we will be having a rummage
and bake sale at the post 54 mile
CHRISTIAN CHURCH North of Starke. We will be looking
507 W. Can Street' Stub fur new members and expecting a
the Starke
I good showing from area.
Bible School 9:45 era, WortMp'.1Q45 .m.. Come on out to the rummage sale I

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I Chamber Director Gets Vote of ConfidenceAnita

Rink, executive director of long time." Tin- govenors agreed to sell labelsof Chamber Champs,those who donate
the Starke/Bradford Chamber of Med Connelly who has been work- copies of the Chamber's addresslist more than $500 per year will be
Commerce for the past 4i'A months, ing closely with the Chamber and ,some 300 addresses, to Chamber resumed Schlofman said.
was given a unanimous vote of con- the Economic Development Authority mrubers for six cents each or $18.
fidence by the Board of Governors at since the recent death of Chuck. The charge to anyone not a memberof Downtown Grant...
its July 27 meeting. McKeown, said the Chamber ... is the Chamber would be $50. Glenda Epps, chairperson of the
Chamber President Len Schlof- doing today what you want a The governors also agreed to Downtown Progress Committee, an-
man said he's pleased with the performance Chamber to do." charge to place flyers in the nounced that the second Community
of Mrs. Rink. The Steve Futch, chairman of the Chamber Gazette, with a circulationof Development Block Grant for
Chamber is in better financial condition Chamber's July activities, said he 400. The charge: $55, copy ready; facade rehabilitation and some
than last year. This is the first "appreciates the job Mrs. Rink is doing $35 if flyers are provided.Membership street scaping the city sought has
time the Chamber has had a little The good thing about it, Futch been funded. Epps said she thought
money in the bank Schlofman said. said is "she wants to do it." Drive... Starke had missed out, but has

Mrs. Rink brought in 23 new Pres.Schlofman said there shouldbe learned the city can apply.In d '. I r rri
members in July, said Schlofman. DA Appointments... a membership drive before the c
"I"think she's doing an excellent The Chamber Bd. agreed to next membership booklet is printed. other action, the Governors:
job, Schlofman said, and asked for recommend to Gov. Bob Martinez Schlofman said he'll handle the Were told President Schlofman is 1J\
other opinions. Mrs. Rink, the first that Jack Hazen be reappointed to drive discuss it with Director Rink trying to get Education Commis- _
woman director of the Chamber, the Bradford County Development come back with ideas, and he wantsto sioner Betty Castor to speak at the
wanted to hear what the governorsare authority, and recommended that do it differently than in the past. annual Chamber banquet.
thinking about her performance, Steve Reagan,the current chairmanof Schlofman asked for ideas. Agreed to push children's ac-
Schlofman said. the Bradford County Republican tivities at this fall's art festival. Lin-
Job E. White who worked closely Party be appointed to replace Jim Atty. Reggie Flynn suggested a da Patrick is chairman of the
with Mrs. Rink at the fair, said: Womack who did not want to be booth at the county fair. festival committee. ,wss
"She's probably the best ad- reappointed. Were told the luncheon meetingswill
ministrator we every had.This is the Chamber Champs... be passed around among Starke .- .
type of person we've needed for a MAllin" 1.1. The policy of giving plaques to restaurants. Wins
Denny's Improvement Award... .

Ron..Disbrow, left, director of operations at the Econo-Lodge and Den-
nys Restaurant, receives the Chamber of Commerce Improvement

I City Zoning Board Reviews Three Site Proposals Award Award for Committee the newly Chairman remodeled Bill Denny's Marchese.Restaurant from Improvement

Disbrow received the award al the of the Chamber's
meeting of
By Jo. Cissy hand to explain the discrepancies.A "We are given insufficient data to contamination removed oetore new Governors at which he announced a breakfast table will be set in the
BCT Staff Writer convenience store and two make a recommendation," said concrete pavement is laid and a new alcove at Denny's from 7-10:30 a.m. for local businessmen. up
Three site plans were up for gasoline pumps are planned for the board chairman Walter Westcott, building erected on the site.
review by the Starke Zoning Boardat southeastern quadrant of the In- after studying a plat also drawn by "No new curb cuts are needed,"
its regular meeting Thursday,Ju- tersection,with a driveway on SR-16 Donald F. Lee & Associates.To said Rory Causseaux, representing PLAY WINNING TENNIS
ly 25, at the commission meeting and a second driveway leading onto use the existing building re- Chance and Causseaux Inc.,
room at City Hall. Old Lawtey Road, south of SR-16. quires no site plan but the plat Gainesville, The engineers for the
A Suwannee Swifty conveniencestore The Old Lawtey Road driveway is shows addition of gas pumps, which project "we will utilize the curb
is being planned for the In- too close to the intersection not does make the site plan necessary crossings already there."
tersection of SR-16 and Old Lawtey allowing for a proper turn back onto Westcott said.Discount The new building will be 65 feet by CALL MARKET STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS
Road In NE Starke. SR-16. said the board. Not enough 90 feet, or 5,850 square feet. About 25 964-6305 OB473438O HAM MEMBERS
The site plan was approved by parking places are included in the Auto Parts... percent of the store will be storage.A .
Starke commissioners Tuesday design based on the size of the A third site plan submitted for ap- storm water retention pond is included -
Aug. 1, contingent upon city and building and no handicapped park- proval for a Discount Auto Parts at the rear of the property includedin Lamp of Jesus Lamp of Jesus Ministries
company engineers agreeing on set- ing is provided for. Also, location of store to be located at the old Fina and parking spaces are Tuesday Saturday 10-5:30
back requirements.The fire plugs in the vicinity are not station on south US-301, now vacant, the design. The board agreed the .: .. 9647109Whut
site plan was recommended to shown on the plat added to the but has more recently been occupiedby requirements of the site plan are
the city council for disapproval due dissatisfaction of the board.A Marion Tire Company.The met and a recommendation for approval -. .. Old Fukloncd Camp Meeting
second will be forewarded to the Op to several deficiencies in the plat on Swannee Swifty store is ,
hand by the board. Np representative planned for the southside area,to oc- site plan calls for'removal of council. '.T. Guest Appauina byi Back Family of
of Swannee Swifty or its cupy the now vacant building at the the existing building,black top pavement Commissioners okayed the per- .....-......) JoebwiIIe, FL
engineering firm Donald F.Lee and corner of SR-100 and Stansbury and the unused underground mit, but stipulated that drainage be Cum P...0,
Associates Inc., Surveyors and Street adjacent to the Southside tanks. A soil test for contamination redone if water stands in the rewten- ( 'J.;t Wheat s...,Aog t,7-9 p....
Engineers, of Lake City, were on Elementary Srhonl from the tanks will be made, any tion pond for more than 72 hours. '. (In s...every month thirafW)
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Council members and Weldon had tight budgets. Clerk Tucker said the the suggestions of Mr. Weldon, ex- So, a proposed to increase electric
worked out the measures before the clerk's office and Police Department cept I want to hold down electric rates 1/4-of one cent per KWH for MIDNIGHT VIDEOSouth
meeting and Weldon presentedthem. which Manager Weldon does rates unless it's a dire emergency," residential users and 1/8-cent per
not control, would 'take their hits, said Commissioner Schafer. He has KWH for commercial users was
Weldon said city departmentheads too." promised not to increase electric abandoned. on Hwy. 100, Next to Pinehurst Variety
feel this is the time to havek1 "Mr. Chairman. I concur with all rates. Veteran Commission Charles Free Lifetime Membership Movies, Nintendo
Schaefer had to talk the conser-
vative Clerk Tucker into accepting and VCR Rentals Available
Subdivision Committee Studies the increases in transfers from the
utility side. "You've always said it Monday-Wednesday 2 Movies for $3.00
I was a roll of the dice," Schafer said,
AU Movies $1.OO
but pointed out that in recent history Thursday are Each

J'Qposed New Regulations have shortfall's in cash Tucker Frl., Sat. & Sun. $2.50 Each ,

t : ,, O'J' pointed out, and the budget needs o'P "Rent-3;.Get"2 FREE .

'. ... : '. n; so oj l.ui.iii. i(. ./ vcburcaoljarg< t to it- n Ifaxr 't.'t8A1"VRDAYRENTALS: FOR 2 PAYS" ,
j by Bust_rRohn ( there were lots on both sides-of the -cotnmitteeaagirtied-4o:' : have"'. ,.,.,"hee$;!:s never; .been zerp growjhin .j,1' 't trv3d vi"wyr ,..t' '"c \ ?
electric sales: Schaefer
aCT Staff Writer"You road. After the has said.
new developer represenatives from lending
might say that I have madean removed stumps and roots, and agen- the electric sales have increased Nintendo Games $1.50 Each
180 degree turn," George Roberts stabilized the road bed with cies and road contractors attend the each year. A two percent increase Nintendo Machines $5.00 Ea. Day
told the Bradford County Subdivi- limerock, the additional cost of next meeting, set for epm. Monday prediction is conservative Schafer VCR
sion Committee in its first meeting blacktopping would be minimal, ac- August 7, in the Bradford Family said. I Cleaning & Repair FREE Estimates
Monday nignt, July 31. in the Brad-- cording to Roberts. Restaurant.The Betting on an increase Is uncer- 964-5740
ford Family Restaurant.The Five -of the 12 members present road builder will be able to tell tain, the clerk countered. There
committee is studying ways represented real estate interests the committee the cost per lot for ad-
that real estate interests land Jack Courtnay Warren Stevenson ding blacktopping, and the financier
developers, and builders can live Ralph Bryan Bill Dodd andRoberts. will present the views of lending
with the proposed county ordinance The five do not present a agencies on funding homes on paved
which requires paved roads in new solid front for formulating a subdivi- or unpaved roads.Variances. Manyhomeowners
subdivisions defines a subdivison as sion regulation with Stevenson say-
more than three lots.Developers say ing, "I realize standards must be ...
paved roads will make lots cost ordinance prohibits
set, but does not like the proposed commissioners
more than most Bradford residentscan regulation, while Bryan said some from extending
afford. They're afraid the proposed people like to live on graded roads, variances relative to road paving. have
law if allowed to stay in its and should be allowed to do so, even Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.,
present form, will kill the real estate in new developments.Bryan said, "It looks as if you don't trust
business in the county. continues to contend that the commissioners."
The committee was formed to give Bradford is a poor county, with County Surveyor Pat Welch
real estate interests land residents financially unable to buy replied If I were a commissioner I this
developers and building contractorsa homesites on paved roads although wouldn't want the authority to issuea jumped at
chance to have input into the proposed he supports Home Owners Associations variance."
ordinance written by Lowell with the authority to levy road Zoning Board Chairman Rick
Garrett senior planner with the maintenance on subdivision Replogle commented, "I disagree
North Central Florida Regional residents. with deletion of the variance
Planning Council basIn Roberts said by putting the paving clause." chance.tXV '
Gainesville. costs up front and dedicating the Bradford County Engineer .
Roberts who deals in real estate. paved streets to the county for Jerome Kelly suggested a change in 'J L .,-
In addition to his general insurance upkeep the subdivision resident will wording of the proposed regulation M
agency moved toward the position not be any worse off and may be substituting road construction
held by county commissioners and better off In the long run, since len- standards" for "road im ,' ,
others who want developers to \install ding agencies prefer to make loanson provements." Kelly said the revised ,..-" ,
paved roads in new subdivi- property adjacent to paved roads wording will allow commissioners to to\' \ -
sions. None of the other committee ana will amortize the cost of the pav- issue variances, but will prohibit ,\ :
members representing real estate ing over the life of the mortgage any lowering of road quality. In .... ,<.\ '' I ,0-: '
interests embraced his philosophy. possibly 30 years whereas the Home other words Kelly said, commissioners 'b,, '\ C-; : ',- \
Roberts presented his views early Owners Association will levy a may allow a developer to I _/ \ I \
in the meeting, saying that the cost maintenance charge into eternity. shift a right of way to avoid a pond \ -- :- J1.--T-\
of paving would add approximately When it became apparent the road but could not reduce the quality ofthe \-.s. :.1 :F\.r'7 i--- -:::4tfi.s !: '

$1,500 to the cost of a 150 foot lot. If paving issue would not be resolved road. .... -11.... J" ol1-.-- / ..".._" .; "...., :',
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I County Buget..r-.1 t-- ';1'--r/'" 'l- !!
: _
C::.' } \ .\ l ..' -
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budgets in one form or another. unanimously.. sheriff could have gotten along -'<:...--;:.--_) '-- _....,.oJ. ''',,) ,., ----.".\"., ......... -. ....--.. .....
Commissioners asked Clerk Ray .We appreciate you working( with without the two new deputies a cost .. 1.- IU'.'' '', .. --: .. .. "
Norman to write a letter to Alvarez us., Sue,' Commissioner Rlddick of some, $77,000 with salaries, ... ....-_ .I_.' .. .' _, -. ""-I.J .. ..... .... ..0- ....I.' .__\

and :Hall, the situation told Librarian\ Crum... _" --r= ..''- I
explaining \
,the county benefits, and new cars. .,. _J-.I : ... --u )
consltutlonal Sheriff Etheridge had cut two .I V- .... Mi1t'.ic.i.
: "We asked all the of Sheriffs Budget... ".-- .. ..
''fleers to cut. It's not fair for some Facing and Aug. 1 deadline to submit deputies and 10 percent from the .- ,' -- ,-'" y"I
Commissioner Joe Riddick
not to cut because'we have a tight the Sheriffs Department budget moved budget. to the sheriff's Y -' v _, J''e %,, "
said Commissioner Joe approve '
budget. to the Department of Revenue in Commissioner Ross I
budget, .
Rlddick.: : Tallahassee, the commission went .. -
Chandler seconded and Chairman
Commissioner axle Carter asked ahead and approved a $1,153,217 i
Wilbur Waters and Commissioner ur.f.
"Aren't we"personally liable for spending bill for Sheriff Kenneth I Maxie Carter voted with them
this budget Etheri e, .
answered "Yes Sir." .
"I appreciate it. I had the utmost ,'
"I won't spend wedon't "'fr-/ :t :
said Sheriff
stated Commissioner confidence in you-all,
have The budget contains funds for two
Carter emphasizing he won't signoff new sheriffs and five addi- Etheridge assuring the board any
on a budget stillln the red. tional employees for the county Jail. money not spent will be returned to Our Home Equity Creditlineis Pay no closing costs out-of-pocket .

"If you don't have the money you Five other new employees for the the county. an easy way to convert expenses on our Home Equity Creditline.
don't. fund it,''. aid Commissioner Jail are already on the payroll
cash Present this or cH Florida National today at 964-7060.
to coupon
.equity ready can
Rlddick. Sheriff Etheridge pointed out. In The sheriffs budget Is up 45 per- you
"This thing Is a lot more seriousthat other words, the Sheriff's Depart- cent over the final budget of$794,000 sink back into your home or
a lot of people think it is," said ment will have 10 new employees at of former Sheriff Dolph Reddish., Name '
Commissioner Carter. the Jail all required by the Depart- perhaps your backyard!! Address I
ment of Corrections. Fire Departments...
The'Llbraryf Bud'get... Fire Council: representative Percy There are no closing posts or City/State/Zip

Librarian Sue Crum told commissioners DOC dictate calls for a full-time Moody asked the commission to Include out-of-pocket expenSes*, and Telephone -
she bad trimmed$T,7S from woman correctional officer when $10 per household outside themunicipalities
her budget, but left In ",000. for a women are Incarcerated. And DOC for the volunteer fire the interest could be fully fJ
new healer for the building. says the Jail dispatchers cannot act departments. deductible on your tax return. Approximate valu of born; .
"I think we'd better go ahead and as correctional officers as part of
approve the library budget," said their Jobs. Plus the county must Consult your tax preparer Amount of Cnd.itlm. request

Commissioner l Joe RiddickCPA nave a full-time officer In the new Mood said the Fire Council had then ask for details at Florida i
Farnsworth said if any more was cat wooden Jail addition. to ask $18 per household
from the library budget it would get which would have raised 135000. National Bank in Starke. Expect more from Florida National
into the matching funds for state ./'The sheriffs budget was approved The Fire Council plans called for ittmbtrfDIC
dollars. Commissioner E.L. (Nook) *!, with Commissioner E.L. (Nook) five new trucks and new stations on "OflWr loans 'lOOOO'with Offer valid to Bradford County only and may
Norman moved to approve the Norman dissenting. Norman said he SR-21 and the north end of the GriffU maximum$100,000.00 on over lie.ubUettoean<.n tloo at say u- i
'library budget and RWdick seconded would have gone along with the man-' Loop. "...but we realize the county's
the motion which passed dated Jail personnel but felt the problem.



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: ... .. :.J"., Polk County Hazardous Waste
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County's chance of getting a Baker puvalWakulla
hazardous waste treatment facility is still Suwannee a
NEEDED "blowing in the wind", but developmentsin
: Polk County provide some glimmer of Taylor ,. NIO .
hope at the end of the tunnel.It Brsd Clay
:J talayene ford '
has been known for some time that a
Somebody Able to Say "NO"For private firm, Florida First Processing ,
Inc., is interested in erecting and I Alachua
operating a $75 million plant on phosphatelands .. Christ Putnam
years the budget of Bradford Commissioners are hit by state man- 11 miles south of Mulberry in Polk Flapter
County has been steadily growing, the dated expenditures. Courthouse of- County. It would have the capacity to in- .The Union County site was
88-89 spending bill finally reaching ficials can appeal their budgets to the cinerate or chemically neutralize up to recommended over a year ago <'
70,000 tons of hazardous waste annually,
$7,350,522.The state Department of Revenue and win enough to almost take care of the state s but construction has been held
increases.But estimated 100,000 tons of waste producedin up by area residents who charge Southwest Polk County.
commission has held the
county a 12-month period. that the DER's selection process site
Is the latest being
line taxes paid by slightlyover county commissioners are still .
on ,
property There has also been a new turn of eventsof Is flawed. considered for a hazardous
half of property owners. In recent responsible for the budget, personallyso waste produced in the status of in-
years there have tax increases for under state law. terstate shipments of hazardous waste in Cit waste incinerator ,

special purposes- a $75 special assess- It's time for commissioners to get the Southeast. According to information in ': ; ::;

ment for waste disposal and six cents tough. If each household comes up with publication"Florida Environments"Governor Carroll, Campbell a monthly of ''. n; : Hernando
per gallon tax on gasoline to pave roads.In the $125 special assessment and property South Carolina has lifted his executive ; :

recent years the county budget has owners come up with an additional order banning the shipment of hazardous j
wastes from Florida to the GSX Chemical
$332,000 the county commissioners
been balanced with interest funds earn- '
Services landfill in that state. It was also : Pasco ; Osceola
ought to be able to cut $1.1 million out of
ed on money the county had in the bank reported that a high ranking GSX
In past years interest rates were higher. the 89-90 spending requests. Chemical Services official has said the ,',':',,
is interested in bidding on and .' > \j? I Hillsborougb
Former Clerk Gib Brown balanced the company ,' .
building its own Florida facility. : ,
past two county budgets with carryoverand :
funds earned from interest. In 88-89, "Florida Environments" also reportedthat .i\IV'!' Area of detail

the retiring Clerk Brown balanced the ban the on state accepting of Alabama{ out-of-state,which approveda waste ;ht_ shown above. 'Y _ _a_.Y_,
budget with some $1 million in car- .
shipments effective September 8, with a "'' :)' ,. "i : Highlands
ryover funds. proviso that shipments may continue if it" ,', '" '....".: ',,< Hardee
It wasn't Brown's problem any more. Florida with signs its interstate compact to proceed ... MCHCLLE SHAPincyn..G.ln<|*/ill l,! Sun

And commissioners, if they didn't haveto These developments imply that if the in- need two hazardous waste treatment tlon plant using cobalt rays as a preservative
weren't anxious to raise taxes. Com- terstate compacts become effective, facilities.In for food products. Histed said
missioners paid little heed to the warn- Florida will accept wastes from South either case, Union County would get residents in the Mulberry area have
ings of CPA Pat Farnsworth that the Carolina and Alabama, on a fair exchange its legislative bonus-bag of $500,000- already raised more than $10,000 to
basis. $400,000 which is earmarked to update and employ former federal prosecutor Robert
gravy train was coming to an end at
Merkle to represent them in an attempt to
provide "state of the art" equipment for
some point.Suddenly. Delay on Polk Permits the county's Emergency Services unit. stop the treatment plant by court action.
this year the proposed 89-90 Although Florida Fiist Processing sub- The other$1001000, oddly enough, by some "The people here are afraid of what will
out of that 200-foot stack that will be
budget is $2.6 million in the red. The mitted a permit application for its proposed legislative quirk, is earmarked to pay come the incinerator. The Mulberry area is
last Richard Wilkins of the legal expenses incurred by opponents of atop
plant April,
huge carryover funds are mostly gone. Department of Environmental Regulationsaid the waste plant to keep it out of Union a disaster just waiting to happen, he add
The gas tax has been used to finance the Tuesday that the application was not County. No one apparently has an explanation -
Road Department; there is no money in complete and will not be given a final for this legislative anomaly which has ed.DER
county coffers to pay for paving Forsyth review until the company provides further the state endorsing the Union County site Still ProspectingIn
information. "This is not unusual" and paying to provide (partially) for protection
Road, as commissioners have plannedto
order to avoid further if
delay the
detailedand of its citizens and
Wilkins said, "as this is a very on the other
do in the coming The $75 Polk site fails DER has
County retained
year. per complex application. It is not likely hand, paying legal expenses and court a
household solid waste assessment has that any applicant would get it right the costs to lawyers trying to keep the site out consultant to help develop requests for
been used to operate the county landfill; first time' of Union County. proposals for a union County treatment

there are no funds put aside to close the After the revised application is submit- Jerry Wilson, director of emergency ser- County Work, a DER will continue official said on the, becauseat Union
landfill, and 89-90 is the final round of ted, DER staff has a 120-day period in vices in Union County, hopes the site goesto some point the private firm "may just
the three-year tax. What Goes UP, which to complete its review. No hearing is Polk County. "We get the money either pull out". The Florida facility will be sized
held during this period, but after DER way," he says. "We need it anyway, and to handle Florida wastes first, a DER
Budget requests totaled $8,440,205 as DOWNMisery gives its final approval or disapproval, a the sooner the better." spokesman said, but will not prohibit
county officials increased their spen- Must Come public hearing may be held by an ad- shipments from out of state also. "We
ding level as they have become ac- ministrative officer if any individual or Polk County OppositionBut can't say no to out of state wastes. That
customed to doing each year. A five per- group challenges the decision.If if Jerry is happy, some people in would go against interstate commerce re-
cent raise across-the-board has become loves companyor so they Polk County, who say they have already quirements," he added.
say. And now, citizens of Union County Florida First Processing is successfulin been raped by the phosphate industry, are
traditional in of adequate While with
years obtaining its necessary Polk County vigorously fighting back. negotiating prospective
revenuee, but if the money isn't there, it who are opposed to becoming a rezoning of the site, and its DER permit, builders on the Union County site, discus-
isn't there. dous waste site for Florida and and constructs a plant meeting all requirements Bill Histed, editor and publisher of The sions will continue on the Polk County proposal
neighboring states, may take some then DER could drop the Mulberry Press, says his area not only has and at some future date-still many
This year it appears the county com- small degree of comfort in the fact that Union County site which has already been to worry about the proposed hazardous months away- decision will finally be
mission faces much higher new taxes. stalled by two years of opposition and waste facility, but also some five or six made.
attention 1 ia turned to Polk
now being
litigation. DER Secretary Dale Twat- other chemical plants that are eyeing the
Off;they must cut the budget drasticalJ County as an unwilling "competitor"for Polk County phosphate lands-as sites for the wheel of fortune
J mportant decisions await commissioners the unwanted facility. < "chmann. has said that the state does not. their operation..One of these is bri. tradianO <'lg AroIPdWound ,.notady)mows.l .

'at their next budget workshop at \ .,.'1.V..\>'1.', < \ .AS ...I' "OIL ni 1.2<,
to Polk Coun-
7:30 p.m. tonight (Thursday, Aug. 3). According reports from I
ty, where opposition is already strong, 15 BHS Seniors
':What the commissioners need is for opponents are especially fearful of the Mass Meeting Called at Raiford Get ScholarshipsFrom

somebody" to step forward and say, 220-foot stack that will rise above the \ Santa Fe

"NO! plant's incinerator, as planned by the To Fight Landfill and Haz.WasteA

'iFormer Commissioner Dave Shuford private company now seeking permit members Fifty-one who percent graduated of In the senior Top 10 class

from Lawtey could say no. The word for operation of a treatment plant in mass meeting of Union County Brian Hunt, Southern Regional cent of their classes from Alachua per-and
has not been often heard since Shuford phosphateland.The residents has been called for Saturday Toxics Campaigner? for Greenpeace, Bradford County public high schools in the
left the board, defeated after 16 years trouble with incinerators is that Aug. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in the the nationwide environmental protection spring of 1989 will attend Santa Fe Com-
because he told it like it was. Raiford Community by a Local organization, will be the munity College on Board of Trustees
while operators may know what goes in Citizens Committee. main speaker. "There will also be Academic Scholarships.The .
Commissioners today face tough at the bottom, they never know just Doug Wilkinson and Johnny Grif- speakers from the Local Citizens Board of Trustees governs SFCC
choices. They must raise taxes what is coming out at the top of the fis, spokesmen for the group, urge Committee group, and a public and represents the college's service
drastically if they meet spending requests stack, since incineration is still unproved all Union County citizens who are op- forum for questions and discussion," district of Alachua and Bradford Counties.

and are unable to cut the budget as a safe means of waste disposal. the posed Hazardous to the Tn-Count Waste incinerator on Wilkinson said. The academic scholarships performance are and awarded pay the costsofapplication for

requests. Chemical substances that are burned Highway 121 north of Raiford, to "Local county officials and young tuition,laboratory fees, and
i lit would be most reassuring tonight to may be harmless in themselves, but come out and take a stand on these people are especially invited to help .
better future for Union
plan a Students awarded
combine with other elements issues. and accepting
,. see the commissioners rise to the occas- may being ty to make it habitable ground
"We don't want our county to be a scholarships from Bradford High are:
incinerated and "
onto cut requests down. The countycan create something en- dumping ground for Baker, Brad- rather than ground, Shawna Blom, Audra Lilly
l live on a tight budget again. It once tirely new that is deadly. ford, and the Department of Correc- Wilkinson added.r'Legal counsel Maria Burgess, Kemberly Bran11eYI ,
did. The Jacksonville City Council con- tions,or a hazardous waste dumping will be retained to oppose the tri- Alisha J.Gruen, Eric Shane Hodge, Karen
county landfill operation on a site Hodges, Tonya Micha Klein A.
ground for the southeastern United Kimberly
(It's a foregone conclusion that some fronted with this problem, voted recently States and Puerto Rico," Wilkinsonsaid. just across Highway 121 from the Lee, Wanda Mueller, Kristin Pfenniger,
new taxes are inevitable. But commissioners to postpone garbage incineration un- proposed hazardous waste. Jaruwan Srivibul,Tammy Jo Tatum,Tina
should trim the budget to the til it is proved to be environmentallysound. Willingham, and Shannon Young.

bone, and increase taxes as little as A council subcommittee studied
possible. "resource recovery" and other

'A $125 special assessment would raise possibilities for garbage disposal for FORESTRYIN

$)|t million. Leaving property taxes at many months and finally concluded that
their 88-89 level of 7.783 mills, rather incineration should be a last resort. BRADFORD COUNTYBy

than accepting the rollback figure of The company that wants to build a Stan
6,529; mills, would raise $332,000. hazardous waste treatment facility in Bradford County Shepard Forester ,

:[That leaves the budget $1.1 million out Polk County has already filled three CoU\.e.
of balance, with spending requests exceeding giant notebooks containing paperwork Are you a landowner with some idle all
of farmland or pastures? Are
in support their air-quality permit ap- you thinking
expected income by that
planting those idle acres in pine a
But DER officials
amount. Commissioners ought to cut plications. skeptical trees? If so, there is an added incentive to
that $1.1 million out of the budget.A in Tampa and Tallahassee are drawingup do so. G ,
a list of questions about incinerationthat Sign-up for the 1989 Agriculture Conser-
good start can be made by trimm-
need to be answered, and so are en- vation Program (ACP) is during the
ing the $334,000 to pave Forsyth Road vironmentalists.So month of August. The purpose of this program
out of the budget. For a long time For- is to establish a stand of trees on idle \\IIJJII 1 ; )
syth Road has been heavily traveled. It far as we know, no such study or farmland suitable for growing trees to provide

gets muddy when it rains and cars report of the possible effects of incinera- soil protection, timber for the future, \\\ _" DFOR D oIi /
become ,stuck. But it can stay that way tion at a hazardous waste plant in Union wildlife habitat and to conserve and im- .\
another year. County have ever been made or even prove the environment. '

planned to be made in the future. Cost-sharing is authorized under ACP graV4
County officials can cut back. Commissioners Therefore, lacking such a study DER is for the establishment of a plantation that

\ ought to tell them to do that. totally unaware of what will be comingout will provide forest products in the future. ,.' ,
:Courthouse officials should learn to This includes site preparation measures ,.' 'I
of the stack that is as tall as a taken to prepare the land for tree planting .
live with the money coming in. 20-story building whether it is locatedIn and the planting of the trees.If _
If commissioners increase property Polk County or Union County. '
you already have an established standof
taxes to the 10-mi11limit, a $918,000 hike The citizens of both counties are en- trees, there Is a practice for forest tree .110.'thAnniversqry
what would they do next year when re- titled to have the uncontroverted facts stand improvement. Tree stand improve-
quests are again up and they'd be at about incineration before being sub- ment is a practice used to release

their limit of spending? jected to its possible deadly dangers., undesirable desirable trees vegetation.from competition This allows with the !)

desirable trees to grow at a faster rate.
Another practice for which you can
ARID aADFQRD receive cost-sharing is site preparation for Reception
cOtJijtiligrait1r natural regeneration. Natural regenera-'
.d Uon is using existing seed producing treesto f
reseed an area to a stand of pine seedl- # 1879
ings. A sufficient number of seed trees are 1989Starke ,
needed as well as site preparation that will -
O OyC' expose the forest soil to permit reseedinK.. ,

o toe O.FIRGUSON-JOHN M.MIUIRPufcllttwr At this time the ACP coat-share rate is 65 F ":,.'''* ,."

T/piA percent. That's a pretty good incentive to : "
V. Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at plant those idle acres in pine trees.

.V a "5, the Post Office at Stake. Florida, under Act of March 3.1879. If you want to apply 'for cost-share KOAKampground ,Banquet Room: : J T;

Phone*44-4304 t assistance, August Is the month to do .
P.0. Subscription Rate In Trade Area: S14 00 per year $8,00 six months so. ; ,:"
Draws AjJIcvk*. Florida Application can be made at the
Outside Trade Area $15.00 Friday, August 11 -
per year; 8.50 six months. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation 7:30-9:30, p.m. ,
Service office in Starke. d .4.

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July 29 in Chapel CeremonyMiss

Michele Joy Whitehead of Jacksonville and David Malcolm
Williamson, Jr., of Orange Park were married July 29 at Hambrick -
Memorial Chapel in Jacksonville.The .
bride is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Whitehead of
Jacksonville and granddaughter of Mrs. Leoma Whitehead and the late
A.B. Whitehead, Sr., of Lake Butler. The groom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. _Fh .
David M.Williamson of Orange Park. He is grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Henry t '
Vanzant of Jacksonville and Mr. & Mrs. Joe Oliver of Melrose. as t

Dr. Robert C. Gray performed the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided ..
by Miss Julie Cash on the piano and Mrs. Berta Baacke on the organ. '. t '
Mr Chris Morgan served as best man, with ushers being Tim Garnett, i+ift 'wt w91 1
Rodney Keith, John Hayes, Joel Weeks and Allan Assaf. *, I I
Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a gown of white bridal .mrtJ ,.
satin featuring a sweetheart neckline, fitted bocide with inlaid applique
smocked with pearls and sequins and alecon lace. Puff, tapered sleeves
were also inlaid with pearls and sequins. The gown featured a cathedral
train with lattice smocking lace in front and back of full skirt, encrustedwith
pearls and equins and lace appliques.She .
carried white roses, white orchids and stephanotis with Ivy.
Her headpiece was pearl and tear-drop crystal headband and side
flowers, crystal illusion blusher and veil with scattered pearls on veil, puffin
back of headband.
Miss Janna Whitehead, the bride's sister, served as maid of honor. She
wore a jade taffeta gown with puffed sleeves, fitted bodice and antebellum (!
waistelme The bouffant skirt was floor-length with a peplum overlay on
sides of the skirt with attached bow. She carried pink roses with pink
alstromerias with Ivy. .s.
Bridal attendants were Mrs. Cathy Garnett, Miss Kelly Vanzant, Ms.
Kim Whitehead, Miss Melodie Bishop and Miss Sheri Williamson. They <
were all attired to the maid of honor. H
identical .
Miss Angela and Miss Allison Durrance served as flower >
'; -> girls. Master Lance Hurlburt was ring bearer.
". : Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church fellowship '
"' hall. The punch table was presided over by Mrs. Pamela Morris and Miss Mr.& l\1rs.llarry Wilkerson l
Y'( : : Cathy Underwood. Mrs. Kylene Robertson and Mrs. Cindy Jones cut and
If, served the cake. Miss Kelly White presented the bride's book. Mr. & Mrs.
.. Ed Clements served as host and hostess. The Wilkersons Celebrate .
Following a wedding trip to Michigan and Atlanta, the newlyweds will
''Ii reside in Jacksonville.The .
., bride graduated from Trinity Christian Academy and is attending Golden Wedding AnniversaryHarry
I rM Florida Community College at Jacksonville. She is working for The
I/ d ." Charter Company.The and Nolie Wilkerson of was in an adjoining room, decorated ,
.y .u H .,I groom graduated from Trinity Christian Academy and is attendingthe Lawtey celebrated their 50th wed- with 50th anniversary theme.
t ; University of North Florida. He is the owner of Workingman's Nurseryon ding anniversary on July 23 with a The Wilkerson's wedding cake
.' ;. '"2' ; Normandy Blvd. in Jacksonville. reception at the Lawtey Correctional was a three-tiered heart-shaped .
.II"I" Training Complex.Mr. wedding cake, accented with two .
& Mrs. Wilkerson were mar heart cakes on each side. The '
,. Reunions. ried July 22, 1939. groom's cake featured a country
Mr*.David Williamson,Jr. PHOTOGRAPHYBy Their children and their families farmer scene on coconut.
Hersey Reunion Cathy Wooley along with several friends, hostedthis Many out of town guests attended
affair which included luncheon from Lake Wales, Babson Park
Planned for Aug. 13 964-6066 and refreshments for some 350-400 Lake City, Live Oak, Seville, anaOrlando

Theressa Community Center will Weddings, Engagements guests.Musical. Florida.
be the location for the Hersey family AnniversariesCall entertainment was pro Special thanks for many gifts
reunion to be held August 13 beginn- vided by DJ Grover Howard. The received and to everyone who made
ing at 1 p.m.Theressa for Free Consultation tables were decorated with white this such a joyful and successful oc-
Luncheon Honors Donna ThorntonMiss Community Center is lace tablecloths. The dining area caslon.
located on SR 100 South, 6 miles
from city limits of Starke. Turn on
Donna Thornton, bride-elect of Mr. Reid Hix, was entertained at a SE 38th Ave., (graded road). Look
beautiful mother-daughter luncheon on Tuesday, July 25 at the home of for signs.
Mrs. Robert Case in Lake City. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Case
and Mrs. Eugene Ivey of Atlanta, Ga.
Guests were greeted by Mrs. Ivey and Erin Case and invited into the lun- Starling Family
cheon area. Corsages of miniature carnations were presented to Miss Having ReunionAll
Thornton and to Mrs. Donald Thornton, mother of the bride.
The luncheon tables ,were beautifully set and centered with arrangements family members and friendsare
of caladium leaves and fern. Each individual place settingwas invited to the Starling family
marked uy. a different color of daylily displayed in a crystal vase reunion on August 13 at the Gold
Head Branch State Park near
holding a place card.
All of the mothers sharing this occasion were members of the BHS Classof Keystone Heights.
There is an admission fee of$1 for
As 1965.a momento of the occasion, Miss Thornton was presented a vegetablebowl adults and$.50 for children at the en- LIQUORS1 BOURBONSBLENDSCANADIANS tnnpgl
to her chosen china pattern. trance. We will be meeting at the
number it pavilion.
Lunch will be served at 1 p.m., but
everyone should come early and enjoy
Come join In our STREET the activitiesswimming, hik-
,DANCE ,Aug. 12 celebrating xmgt, etc. Flans to bring your 'Sunday / 1 l MA '' '
.Telegraph's' llOth "I ..,j.. .(!'j(, ,idinner' :'and 'we will enjoy' our J
Anniversary I favorite activity of'eating together'.
For more information call 9644908or r

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Geisenburg AnnouncedShirley and Robert Fantastic

Ake were married in Waldo.
The bride is the daughter of !
Shirley Hartman and Gene Rameyof Savings
Melrose. The groom is the son of
Robert & Sylvia Ake of Starke.

CaldwellCrissmanAre % .AA__ '

Now MarrJed' Walt Disney' 'I
The wedding of Paula Caldwell of
Lake Butler and Jimmy E. World
Crissman of Starke was held July 30. s'
The bride is the daughter of Packagesat 1 !
Robert and Eunice Dean of Hazel '
Park, Mich. The groom is the son of Orlando .
Johnny and Mary Crissman of Marriott
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church is located 2 miles North of Drive experience the sights and sounds of Walt Disney World WINE COOLERS
Starke, down the dirt road by Bradford -
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This affordable vacation package includes: j ; :

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the exciting new Disney MGM-Studloa; featuring stage -= '.Io-- I
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-, Vacation Bible School will be held movie and TV production studios. c 'I; DHAFRtGULAR 1 cru er
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There will be activities for Luxury accommodations for 2 days and 1 night at Orlando l: "..." ., ..rSMIRNOfF
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stories, singing, crafts,
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I Rec. ....s acs Induded. Em day M9.00 room" only Kids deep free when occupying the t' aol
At Lawtey MX.......M parent Ofler not valid on now ;
The third "Come Together .Day' I I
will be held Monday Sept. 4, at ...NHlJl.11'1: J
Recreation-Center on Marriott People know bow. ,U AH ft''UGHT.W'AK' ; ..' xrwiOlI> ,
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1 $100,000 Appropriation for UCAP is Uncertain Join Us. !

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Joe GUty
y Violated... ticularly those with property at already been granted, should bring
aCT Staff WriterMembers Democracy Kingsley Lake, but if they would supporters to the organization, As the Bradford County Telegraph
of UCAP (United who not concerned
People are check it out the Raiford site is about Traylor said.
Citizens Against Pollution) are not about the hazards to the environ- the same distance, and is more up- Celebrates its 110th Year with a
sure of getting a$100,000 appropriation ment and the hazards to health of
wind,and a greater hazard to them, "Just the obvious breakdown in
that has been earmarked for nearby residents should be concerned he indicated.If the democratic process, the un- Special Edition and Party
them by the Florida Legislature. about the something is going
way the environmental danger is not constitutionality of the denial of due
"That is a very iffy question,"said wrong with the democratic process, enough to get people involved with process to UCAP, ought to cause 10 12
Gotts "Ac- August
UCAP President Sally Traylor stated.
UCAP, the act of the Florida some concern among other
cording to some, we will; accordingto People In Starke were going to Legislature in taking away an ad- organizations who might
others we won't." Clay County to protest that site,par- ministrative hearing, which had ," Traylor reasoned.
"I feel this way, she continued.
"There is no way that we should J -- ....
have all of our investment, all of the
months we have spent on a process
they guaranteed us--told us--if you I I OltjtissP'tos In this ad good
do it the official way you will have I-
your 'day in court', and when they UoUA 01C thru Sunday, August *, 19M-
ripped it out from under us, the very 4 .
least they can do is refund the I. 1.
money we have spent." Gotts said. V
The cost of proceeding with a trial I
and the costs of preparing again for BONELESS
an administrative hearing if the trialis
won, and the uncertainty of the IrtriJs i IKKf $
$100,000,are holding up the decisionto _
proceed with court action to have _
the legislative act denying an ad- _
ministrative hearing declared un-
constitutional.As SIRLOIN

it now stands,the only time for .
mal opposition will be heard is afteran
application is filed for a permit to
with construction, and a
wring on the permitting is scheduled. L -I-r

.The permitting process may take .
from 9 to 12 months.The time can be
well spent studying and catalogingthe LSTEAK b.
many documents obtained from
DER in Tallahassee,Gotts said.

Emergency Services...
Residents of northern Union Coun-
ty and adjacent Bradford County hoie left 1'eit Hat
should object to plans to spend a Bo eieSS Beef ? lip
$400,000 grant on an Emergency Ser
vices response unit being located at

county Lake Butler from the half proposed way across site of the a ) w L I IIp

hazardous waste plant, UCAP says.
"If Union County is going to take ( : 1k
this money and start spending,
building and buying equipment, it
needs to be located where it can
react to an accident at the plant
fast," said UCAP board member
Dean Traylor.
"Why put it (the response unit)on
the other side of the county," asked $498 Blue Grapes, Red
Ronny Williams, estimating the site r
at Ellerbee curve to be 14 miles from Or White
Lake Butler. "It ought to be on site," ,

Another alternative mentioned is
a location at the intersection of
SR-16 and SR-121. This would give 1 .
better access t<>all the area of northern Salmon Steak Or New Zealand
Union County, they said. U

"The supervisor of hazardous
waste in Jacksonville said the first SHARKSTEAK KIWIFRUIT
20 minutes is the critical response
time," Traylor said. Lake Butler is
14 miles away. "That would be at 89.c Lb
least 14 minutes of the critical 20."
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A 15-year-old youth from Waldo ') HALIBUT )

died Sunday of unknown causes,but .
officials speculate he may have been
struck by lightning.
L4:0nady: t was spending the
weekend visiting
cousins at his un- Lb .
cle's house, abouta 81$1990

County mile Waldo Road northwestof near 225. $498Lb. /

He was outside .
playing and took tf
shelter during a \
I thunderstorm In a
I former school bus p t p p p \ no
used as a
playhouse accoring -
f to the Wright I
Alachua County sheriff's office.A .
cousin was sent to tell Wright to
come in, but when he reached the PEPSI,DIET CAFFEINE FBEE PEPSI Old Milwaukee 3.O Carlo Rossi 8 Oz. AssortedLION
site of the school bus the cousin Palsano Burgundy
found Wright unconscious on the 2LTK 3LTR Beer FOOD
ground. MOUNTAIN DEW* 95 Rhine. Chablis Pink YOGURT
I Wright was taken to Alachua DIET MOUNTAIN DEW Reg/Lt Cans Chablis Vin Rose. Lt

General Hospital by county $1.O9 Chianti. Sangria
paramedics where he was .
dead. $7. 59 $ 99 3/$1/
I The preliminary autopsy report PEPSI AND RELATED
does not confirm he was struck by rrtHs 99 5
lightning, Alachua County sheriff's 12/1J OZ CANS 24/12 oz._
I spokesman Lt.Spencer Mann said.
"There is no evidence of foul play
what-so-ever," Mann said. "Lightn
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There is no hard and"fast 12 Oz. Treet 2 Liter Sugar-Free". Reg./Diet .Golden Crinkle Cut 5 Ct. Big CountryLUNCHEON i
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NOTICE TO OF REGISTER INTENTION IN RE: The Marriage CASE of NO.: 89-218-CA > ,..i4 if'jihfEXx.; ;; J. D. ODOM JR., and .
Pursuant to Section .j !
86909 Florida ; Plaintiffsvs
Statues, notice It iJ :tm' ,;. '.' ) FLORIDA, IN AND FOil BRADFORD
given the .
\ ,. .1" .f: COUNTY
und.rsign.d RUDOLPH THORNTON and SHANDY L. LEAVINS l : :, i1'' JOHNNY R. HOBBS. os Administrator ad CIVIL. DIVISION
JOY THORNTON 560 Glendale Wife. ... llt. of the
St., 'd./. m Estate of ERNEST MAY Case No. 89.208.CA
Stork. Fla.. 32091 joint owners, doing AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT ---_ ;; GREEN a/k/a ERNEST GREEN, Deceased: MID STATE TRUST II,
under the firm nom. of EAGLE NO PROPERTY et al.
VENDING SYSTEMS OF STARKE 560 TO: ROYCE A. LEAVINS tends to register sold fictitious name chasing Department 519 N. Orange St. Defendants. a Delaware Business Trust,
GI.ndal. St., Starke, Fla. 32091 Intends Residence Unknown. under the afordsald statute. W. Starke, Fl. 32091, or call Michael NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Plaintiff
to register said fictitious name under the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac Doted this 2Jth day of July 1989. ,In Reddish Director of Purchasing at ((904)) DEFENDANTS JOYCE GALLAGHER vs JONATHAN LEWIS a married man.
aforesaid statute. lion for dissolution of marriage has been Bredford County. 964-6800 ext. 28 and a copy will b.sent a/k/a JOYCE A. DOREMUS a/k/a JOYCE and CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE.
Doled this 13th day of July 1989. lns filed against you and you are required to 4tpd 7/27.8/17 to you. GREEN; ROGER DALE GREEN, and all
Bradford County. serve a copy of your written defenses If Control 143 Interested persons must have bids at parties claiming Interests by through Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
'Ipd 7/13.8/3 any, to It, on the .Petitioner/Wife's attorney the Purchasing Office I'oollol.r than 2:00: under or against said Defendants or NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant
Control 126 whose name and address It: P.M., August IS 1989. Send bids to: ERNEST MAY GREEN deceased or his to an order or FINAL JUDGMENT OF
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. FOR NONPAYMENTOF Michael Reddish Director of Purchasing Estate, or any and all parties having or FORECLOSURE entered In the above captlonad -
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A.P. 519 N. Orange St. W., Starke. Fl. 32091. claiming any right title or Interest In the cote, I will sell the property
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO O. Drawer 938 Outside of the envelope MUST CLEARLY property hereinafter described: situated In Bradford County Florida,
Notice Is
REGISTER Starke, Florida 32091 hereby given pursuant to STATE: Bid Description: SWILL BIDS and YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institutionof described
FICTITIOUS NAME and file the original with the Clerk of the Florida Statutes 83.806 that on August 3, BID 908152. this action by Plaintiff J. D. ODOM. Buyer's as: of
property consisting
Pursuant to Section 1919. 11 a.m., a sale will beheld at Bldg. approximately
86509 Florida above-styled court on or before 21chg 8/3.10 JR., and VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM his
August 1 Unit one ((1) acres and located on 43
11 4
Statues, notice Is given that the 2.. 1989, otherwise a judgement may be wife, against you seeking to foreclose a Place North approximately 2Vi miles
undersigned. KAREN A MICHAEL entered STORAGE. 800 S. Walnut St.. Starke, Fl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD the
against you for the relief mortgage on following-described South of State Rood 100 Bradford County
ROGER, Rd. 219 A. P. O. Box 902 demanded In the Petition. 32091 phone 964-8820. This sale Involves COUNTY FLORIDA. property In Bradford County Florida Florida; legal description as follows:
Melrose, Fla. 32666. joint owners, doing WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold and what property believed of the following tenants PROBATE DIVISION videlicet1: All of that lot piece of parcel! of land
builness und.r the firm name of Court on this 25 day of July. 1989. Unit Is to be stored: File Number 88-96-CP THAT PART of East Half of Northwest situate lying and being In the County of
BOUGAINVILLEA PECANS. FLOWERS 11--lisa William., Heus.holditems. Division 1-3975 Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section
RAY NORMAN. CLERK : Bradford, State of Florida to wit:
AND GIFTS Rd. 219 A, Melrose, Fla. 4lchg 7/27-8/17 IN RE: ESTATE OF Thirty-Six, Township Five South, RangeTwentyone Beginning at a concrete monument
Unit 17-James
32666 Intends to sold Rocholle, Hous.holditems. HILDA BELLE MORRIS. which lies North and .
register fictitious Control 142 East marking the one fourth ((11 A) Section
name under the aforesaid statute. Deceased. Westerly of County Graded Road knownas
corner on the West line of Section 25
Dated this 13th day of July 1989 In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH will A be sale made of the to the entire highest contents bidder.of If unit NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Primitive Baptist Church and Hllbron Township 8 South Rang. 22 East Bradford
Alachua County. JUDICIAL no administration of the estate of Springs Road as now located and lying
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD bidder, the sale will be conducted County; thence run North 660.00
pursuant Hilda Belle Morris, deceased. File South and West of Branch
4tpd 7113.8/3 FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. a running feet to a concrete monument: thence run
Control 125 CASE NO. 89351CA to and rental agreement between occupant Number 88-96-CP, Is pending In the Circuit through sold land being In the East Half East 330.00 feet to a concrete monument
DAVID M. MCMILLIAN and owner Court for Bradford County Florida of Northwest Quarter of Southeast said monument being the point of
NOTICE MARIANNE A. MCMILLIAN. his wife. Jtchg 7/27.8/3 Probate Division the address of which Is Quarter of Section Thirty-Six Township beginning of the land hereon described.
I will be responsible for any debts owed Plaintiffs, Control 139 Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Five South Range Twenty-One East Thence continue East 330,00 feet to a
by EVELYNN W. HAMILTON accrued Florida 32091. The and addresses less.
vs names containing one acre more or concrete monument; thence run North
before April 14, 1989. Contact L.H. WILLIE MACK WILLIAMS and of the personal representative and the ALSO a 1957 Victoria mobile home, 132.00 feet to a concrete monument;
Brock P.O. Box 1243. Melroie, Fla. JAMES BENNETT JR., INVITATION TO BID personal representative's attorney are bearing ID 7794. and Title 8772579. permanently thence run West 330.00 feet to a concrete
32666. Defendants. The City of Lawtey Office of Community set forth below. affixed to said lands. monument; thence run South
4tpd 7/13.8/3 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Development as part of their Demoli Interested persons are required to YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written 132.00 feet to the point of beginning.
Control 124 DEFENDANTS tion/Relocation Program will receive file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON- defenses to this action with the Clerkof Contains one acre more or lets and being
WILLIE MACK sealed bids for the REHABILITATION of THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS the Circuit Court In and for Bradford part of South 132 feet of the North
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JAMES BENNETT, JR. three homes at the following locations: NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate County Florida and serve a copy half of the Southwest one.fourth of the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- Residence Unknown LOCATION; East lake Street target and ((2)) any objection by an Interested thereof upon the attorney for the Plaintiffs Northwest one fourth of Section 25
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. AND ALL OTHER area of Lawtey. Florida.Bid person on whom this notice was served who is: Township 8 South Range 22 East
,. CASE NO: 89307-CA will Include complete rehabilitation that challenges the validity of the will WILLIAM A. BESSENT III, ESQUIRE at public sale, to the highest and best
In R.: Th. Marriage of YOU: of house as per specifications and the qualifications of the personalrepresentative 403 West Georgia Street bldd.r for cash at the front door of the
GERALD FRED FELLOWS title ARE NOTIFIED that an action toqul.t plans supplied by the lawtey Community venue or jurisdiction of Post Office Box 1056 Bradford County Courthouse, in Starke,
Husband Bradford to following property In Development Office at Post Office Box the court. Stork, Florida 32091 Florida at 11:00 a.m. on August 21,
and County Florida: 418. Lawtey. Florida 32058. telephone ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT ((904)) 9647262not 1989.
South V of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW
GLORY A. FELLOWS. number ((904) 7823730. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. later than 8 September 1989. DATED THIS 31st day of July. 1989.
Wife. 1/4. Section 17, Township 6 South Contractor to secure all necessary Publication of this Notice was begunon DATED this 31st day of July AD., CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy
NOTICE OF ACTION Range 22 East containing 5 acres moreor permits and licenses required by the Augusts, 1989. 1989. Carol Williams
TO: Mr. Gerald Fred Fellowsco has Bradford County Florida. County Building Code. Prior to awarding Personal Representative: RAY NORMAN Deputy Clerk
Helde Englund been filed against you and you are contract contractor must provide proofof Bobble A. Johnson Clerk of Circuit Court HARRY M. HOBBS P.A.Altorn.y. .
8963 Cooper Road required to serve a copy of your written Workman's and .
Compensation 7104 Wilson Blvd. By Carol WilliamsAs for Plaintiff
Kenosha Wisconsin 53142 defenses, If any to It on Johnny R. Manufacturer-liability Insurance Jacksonville, Fl. 32210 Deputy ClerkCanlrol145 P. O. Box 20448
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Hobbs, Jr., Esquire Plaintiffs' attorney Coverage In the amount of Attorney for P.rsonalR.pre..nlotlve Florida 33622.0448
dissolution of marriage has been filed whose address Is P.O. Drawer 938 $50.000/i300.00O minimum. : 4tchg 8/3.24 Tomra.( ) .
against you. You ore required to serve a Slarke, Florida 32091 on or beforeAugust Bids will be received until 12:00: p.m. Burney Blvens, Esquire Control 146
copy of your written defenses, If any to 31, 1989 and file the original on Friday. August 11. 1989. at the officeof 1543 Klngsley Ave, 18,B 41cha 8/3.24
with the clerk of this either before
the action on Wife's attorney whose court Community Development located In Orange Park Fl. 32073
name and address are MYRTICE R. service on plaintiffs' attorney or Immediately the lawtey Volunteer Fire Deportment T.lephone(904)( ) 2643412. Ottrr Ne fullht brr1M c'L a e' m 1r tVV'r r Ta
WALDO Esq, Thorn.brook I I. Suite 1. thereafter; otherwise a at the address and t"'rhon. number 2tchg 8310Canlral144
2727 N.W. 43rd Street Gainesville, Fla. default will be entered against you for detailed herein lids at umtner'89 Activities
the relief LearnIng
32606 on or before August 24, 989. and demanded In the complaint or 13:05 p.m., on Friday August 11, 1989. tr.
file the original with the Clerk of this petition. Contractor will Indicate "sealed bid" by IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTIN
Court either before service on Wife's attorney DATED this 21st day of July. 1989. noting same on exterior of envelope. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
or Immediately thereafter: otherwise Ray Norman The City of Lowtey's Community FLORIDA
a judgment will be entered to the As Clerk of Court Development reserves the right to reject Civil DepartmentCASE
"" relief demanded In the petition. Conlrol14151chg any or all bids. Th. City of Lawtey Is on NO. 89.105.CA August 3rd is the anniversary of Columbus' sail to the New

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this 7/27-8/24 Equal Opportunity Employer. World. Christopher Columbus, the Italian explorer, is
court on the 3rd day of July 1989. 1tchg 1/3 STARKE credited with discovering America in 1492.
4tchg 7/20-8/10 FICTITIOUS NAME The School Board of Bradford County 422 N St Clal,-964-5445 Go to the library and find II map of the 1400's. Compare it to

Control 130 PURSUANT TO SECTION 865.09, will receive bids on swill from all school John Spratlin, Pastor a map of the world now. How is it different? Have the names
Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby given cafeterias 15 1989. at 2:00 4
,f on August : of the countries changed?
Wo Invite to worship us t'
that the undersigned LEWIS M. ARR- p.m. Interested Individuals must bid on
I IM THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH INGTON Ft. 3, Box 461, Starke, Fl. each school and bid Attended Nursery .
:2: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN CQJRT'(/( R BRAD-1" 32091 sole oWn.,, doing business under'AIr't ,one or all schools.separately may on 3und y8cl, ol .. . .. . . .. .. town .PROGRAM SPONSORS: Tht Bradford Education Astocialton (localleoohere ,n.
'* FOMMEOUNTY, doing! Wonhb---------------------! 11 am'vwthp union) the American Federation of Teacher Wheel brator \
the flrn -1Wme of L-BAR-A .WtAllERSi of the bid form be / ;
> v Copies plcked- .0. :
sa \tvr, a. may : vlce .7... ... .". ..". ,:. a' 'TtcAnologlti (leader in wallet technology). The
.t Route 3. Box 472. Stark., Fl. 32091 In at the Bradford County School Pur energy aetiplliee./r.".
up .... ........... ... .. .. 730pm: printed fret of charge a* a public.eervice by The Bradford County Targraph.You .

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CENTER Paying the PriceTodsy .Auto.Home /Tin.LUe .Biatoeee' Works cj,

r m When You Need It "Home of the StumpKnocker
Allstate llSS 9S4"826
FURNITURE w.I..ln., msisrlsllslie: God-.n1car.howmuchorhow [ ] boat"
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Kim & Jan Johnson Oorl do without lhalt llerencetoHmHyou', .. Mua-coiiar, I i <|] ..._. -n."-". .LI. HWY301N.964r4461or964-5531
2R0 A 9 wrrnrc lvd. K / tone tiffs We .have become a csshlns tadwhlle.collar or dirty-collar, II is the
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Blankenship's automate money'mschmei. Ws want m"'. .
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Chimney Sweep Inc', our ....... Spend spend spandl I Easy giving God the credit He d.ulor Dignified I I ServiceMonuments I Call 961-2322
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Service HWY 301 North .later seams to os "Hie send. tsnns. EHacUva now, not lalarCORBETT'S Karen McMonlgle 218 N Temple Ne. I)
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Eyeglass SERVICE
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"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here / Monday Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERV'lCE"

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eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. : .

:103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 Tuesday Job 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111 .


STARKE Distinguished.FoOvfH50Yeall Caring Servfc ., Psalm 114 It's a fact, you can do Hwy 301 S. FO I3ax.207We

rebuild starters, alternators Steve and Cindy Futch I, T"u4d Proves.r better at Denmark's Starke
& Generators t
Auto Marine Cycle Batteries Storks 764-6200 3t12 Fndsr 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6871.

AM M.' Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights( 473-3 1 76Community kush

Sewer Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD

Andrews Drugs State Bank I 40 n:: Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE(

k' Located off !100 S. toward Keystone. We Buy Junk A Salvageable Cars
'F or All Your Pharmacy Needs' of Stark : '-4. take right on 24th Ave. follow signs. Hwy 301 3 Ml. N. of S Starke

Slarkas. Only Home Owned Eves. 964-5698 I

356 W. Madison 964-7170 Independant Banks All Nature Sings of Jesus' 964-7345: I

All walnut 9$4-7839 _


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SERVICE Horse Tack e Western Wear I
301 N. St ar k e. SALES Complete Tke Shop & Auto Fertilizer e Seed & Farm Supplies. ,, From all ofut tt Wttttrn Steer

964-6600 Worship this week and every waak Repairs Superior quality homes at US 301 South
< at the church of your choice* affordable! prices 2226 N. Temple Avenue
24 HR Wrecker Service '402 N. Tempi* HWY 301 N.. 964-7871 9648061C1Jstom
'J 1018 N. Temple W4-8461 HWY 301 S. 364-6833 I
exhaust systems 9646438Terwillegar

BANK STORE Sales & Service OLD.aHIONEO' .

Directors & All the right parts in all the 209 W Madison US CORPORATION' .SODAFOUNTAIN* :vtiV E1YICEOfficers ,

right places" Starke -. 9947200SR Computerized Pharmacy .

Staff tutrV; RrownlMS Pd 9846060dL5Sflnsurance 21 Keystone H I9htsr'Mark Mullins & Employees : 127 B. Call Bt. 084-7810

Allen's Office Supplies !, : (

and Printing Company: I -440 .Madison THIS FEATURE IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE ABOVE FIRMS <. .

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Printing Office 1 .
964-4695 I
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Page s,\ 11-1..;(.It\1'1i August::1. IlKII! !

";'4. .-- Bradford Faces Another LawsuitBy
; \ .. .. i,

Jo. Cltty that the lots were not large enoughfor zoning classification.One The board has engaged the ser-
., ICT Staff WriterA two houses based on current zoning house is completed however vices of Attorney John Kopelousos of
threatened lawsuit has been regulations so one permit was "plaintiff has been unable to sell the Orange Park to represent the countyin
-.".' presented to the Bradford County revoked One house has since been property due to the unsightliness of the proceedings. Kopelousos is
-- Commission and the zoning directorfor completed, but the second was stop- the adjoining premises in its partially knowledgeable and has experiencein
an injunction to prevent "In- ped after the rough plumbing was installed constructed state." zoning matters in Clay County
terference with completion of construction and the foundation and slab Therefore "Plaintiff demands and represented Bradford Sara
,and awarding damages in had been poured. relief from defendants joining last year in a suit brought by
excess of $5,000" to the plaintiff, The permits were issued without defendants from interfering with Woods against Bradford Countyover
Craig Wieser and wife, Deborah. checking the dimensions of the property completion of construction under the rezoning an area from RSF to
.. Wieser was issued two permits to ,but a notation was included on permit." RSF-MH
-. build two houses on his property in the permit that at least 20,000 square -
:;'(' the Indian Beach Subdivision on feet of space is required per house,
..' Santa Fe Lake. It was later found the requirement within the RSF-1
--- ---------- "FOEELECT"Jemmy

: ': R. E. Biggs. Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke
.: Florida by virtue of the authority vested In me by law do R. Epps
4- hereby call for a First Primary Election to be held at the City
Hall In the aforesaid City of qualified votors on Tuesday CHIEF OF POLICE
September 12. 1989, A.D.. for the purpose of electing the
c following officers: -
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-i ) 1.' !AYai 1 .
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CLERK:: T -ti. 1
"The People's Choice" :i iI

Testimony whereof, I hereunto subscribe my name and
I, cause the Seal of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 11th
day of July. 1989 A.D.
Rattler Found East of Starke... CARE ABOUT STARKE 1 1i

\\UMIO('ra\\ford holds up a bix.fool diamondback rattle snake he killed RE. BIGGS
Monday morning, July 31, in a field on Ellington Road (!NE; 10th St.) Mavcr-Commlssloner
The snake was near where the two boys. Billy Bradley, 10, and Chris ArrEST: Neil L.Tucker i
Crawford., : 7, were pl.ning! Crawford,..rutting... _' okra r+ _nearby,_killed. I thesnuKt' ..*_.">>./1. City Clerk Pd.pol_lip Epps Campaign" AccountTERWlLLEGAR \
wuh u hhu4rl and nor There are .o ne P1 BI I.e area.
Crawford hU hI.
i it

Election. MOTORS

from page 1A

seat and will run unopposed in the
September 12 elections
SIlcox. a retired insurance agent, I'I
told The Gainesville Sun last week
that he was not expecting an unopposed
race because of his support for
the city's defense of a lawsuit filed

by the the NAACP.Bradford County chapter of i r'i'}

In the lawsuit, which was filed in
1986) the NAACP alleged that the ci-
election processdiscriminated
against blacks. The
city lost the lawsuit in federal
which ruled the
district court city
must replace its at-large election
process with single-member voting
districts In another contested race. Police !89 rt GL i io
Chief Jimmy Epps and Johnny 89a
Hodges.. Jr.. a former officer Starke .police and N

former Hamptoncity
marshal will
vie for the position -
of police
.. chief,
The Sept. 12
election will be 0 < ,'.
the second time yA o 1'k
I the two can 'allf F WIi D
didates have run M I
against each

y other. for Epps the position was- $ ) I
0 1
elected over

Epps Hodges"'_,, ..... a.. 4 Dr, AT, AirTilt, Speed Control 2 2 5 F
special election last r euruary, vy a Light Group
. 3 2 margin. AM/FM Stereo N $ r
The special election was held after
I f orm PI ice Power Doors & Locks PER MO. XI.T With Fr.. Air 1 9 g. 11
I Chief Jimmy AM/FM Ca.. Tachometer
Bowen retired E Chrome Step Bumper P
last October Sliding Rear Window I
amid chargesof PER MO.

misconductand official $1500 REBATE Y I

theft of grand aircompressor. I o it=

I pied petty Ic-: -7f: It

was placed on
elv mon th s I FULL SIXEBRONCO
probation Hodgas

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the DANCE Telegraph's Aug. 12.110th celebrating Starke 371-1096 388-FORD' Keystone Heights, ..cJ.: GUARANTEE

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I S E C T I 0 N THURSDAY,. __',_;August 3. DWS .NpJt tube Illtiion[<,CdountQ__i w.. _J_ Otaee]

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'f tit. r 1yt It i Plant Lovers Flock

: I, To Show at L.C.I.

*\ V 't. By Mark FriedUn display. "You have to fertilize them
ffj I BCT Staff Writer just right and not over-do-it."
Despite blazing hot. typical The inmates stationed in the
v w t V*> I Florida summer weather, a big greenhouses and along the carefully
crowd of plant lovers attended the manicured pathways of the outside
b Annual Lawtey Correctional Institution exhibits were busy giving gardening
Plant Show Saturday, July 29. advice to the many visitors; who
Inmates at the institution createdan came to learn some of the growing
exceptional display of landscapIng secrets they learned In the Institu-
and numerous smaller exhibits tion's horticultural program and the
which attracted visitors from as far pride they felt in the program was
1r away as Jacksonville. evident on their faces as they
a t Most people who attended agreed greeted their guests.
that it was a spectacular,and highly The Horticulture Supervisor at
\ original exhibit of the ornamentalhorticulturists' LCI for the program Is Hilton C. Col-
I i art. eman, and he played a big part in
The displays included a colorful -
many making the show such a success.
I cactus garden, a splashing A "can-do" type person who
waterfall with green ferns and fashioned the program with hours of
flowering begonias running along his own time and efforts. Coleman
the carefully placed rock sides, anda has bult a program that now sup-
,. special indoor display of hanging plies ornamental plants for stain office -
:r -- and flowers which full of
plants were buildings all over the state, including -
blooms shaded from the hot summer many In Tallahassee It I';
sun.The also a program with a high success
inmates served snacks for the rate in terms of inmates finding out-
youngsters, and cool ice tea for the side jobs in the area after they are
adults; then gave each of their released.A .
guests a small plant of their choos- plant show run by Inmates in a
1j ing to take home. state correctional institution may
,.-- The show featured rows and rows seem strange to some, but the in-
of carefully grown plants, many of mates picked for the program are
them far larger than the house highly motivated to learn their new
......, plants commonly seen in commer- trade, according to L.C.I.
cial plant stores. spokesmen, who say many of them
..- "It takes a lot of work and pa- become involved with the art of hor-
w tience to grow cacti as big as these," ticulture and some even get into the
said "Lam", one of the inmates who
Mole by.rand*..:..... put in some long hours of time on the 8ee'ap'B

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Looking for Goldfish... "P SANTA FEb
Brooke Thomuon, 3, left la phot t
above, look for goldfish with l COMMUNITY COLLEGE

brother William Thom_, 3,at t ttr, OI..LE.'j
the 9th annual Lawtey Correction ANDREWS CENTER

Plant Show Saturday,July 39.Theyare
West Call street
the grandchildren of Hilton FALL SCHEDULE 2J7ar
Florida 32091
Coleman, horticulture Mpervbor at ,
Lawtey 1989 Gainesville 395-5850

Choosing A'Plant..; Mon.Wed.', Aug. 1.9..Reglstr.tlon 10:00a.m.1o 4.00 p.m. Thursday SepL Z:"__Last D.y to Drop a-And "
OetJ Brown ..of Lawtey help. Thursday 10..Regl'lr.tlon 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Receive a Refund '
choose a plant from the plant shown Ie 6:00: 10 8:00 p.m. Friday Oct.20..__No Clasaes(College Open)
Saturday.OeUs helped.... brother Friday Aug. l1..Regl'lr.tlon 10.00..m. to 4.00 p.m Friday Nov.10..",Veteran'Day Holiday(College
and fitter load plant to take home Monday Aug.21..Regl'tr.tlon 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Cooed)
after teeing the plant .exhibit. Ie 6:00: 10 8:00: p.m. Monday Nov.20_...Last Day to Withdraw From a
Tuesday Aug.22..Reglslr.Uon 10:00..m.: to 4.00 p.m. Case
Wednesday Aug.23..Reglstr.Uon 10:00: a.m.10 4.00 p.m. Wednesday Nov.22......No Evening Gasses
Fees Due In Starke Thur.,PrL Nov.23,24 Thanksgiving HoUdaY' (College

Thursday Aug.24 ..".Oa_Begin/Schedule Adjust- Cad)
\ men! 10:00: a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Ie Thur.Fti. Dec. 14, 15.FInal Exam Days
6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m. Man..-ru.,.. Dee 18, 19.FInal Exam Days
i Monday Sept.C..Lab Day Holiday
(College Cooed)



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better future for Union County. ISCtOOO 0S7, P FundamentalsofPhys.Science: : : ; .
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*41 -- ,. radl-ord County. races Another LawsuitBy I


Jo. Gassy that the lots were not large enoughfor zoning classification. The board has engaged the ser-
ICT Staff Wrlt.r two houses based on current zoning One house is completed, however vices of Attorney John Kopelousos of
A threatened lawsuit has been regulations, so one permit was "plaintiff has been unable to sell the Orange Park to represent the countyin
.. presented to the Bradford County revoked. One house has since been property due to the unsightliness of the proceedings. Kopelousos is
Commission and the zoning directorfor completed but the second was stop- the adjoining premises in its partially knowledgeable and has experiencein
-.- an injunction to prevent "Interference ped after the rough plumbing was in- constructed state." zoning matters in Clay County
with completion of construction stalled and the foundation and slab Therefore "Plaintiff demands and represented Bradford Sara
,and awarding damages In had been poured. relief from defendants joining last year in a suit brought by
excess of $5,000" to the plaintiff, The permits were issued without defendants from interfering with Woods against Bradford Countyover
Craig Wieser and wife, Deborah. checking the dimensions of the property completion of construction under the resuming an area from RSF to
Wieser was issued two permits to ,but a notation was included on permit." RSF-MH
I build two houses on his property in the permit that at least 20,000 square
.," ,;". the Indian Beach Subdivision on feet of space is required per house,
....,.. Santa Fe Lake._. It was later found the requirement within the RS!>'.1
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._'.. "REELECT"Jimmy

'<> (. R E. Biggs Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke R.

i ,:,:-. Florida by virtue of the authority vested In me by law. do Epps
:: ",. -- ''7'- \ hereby call for a First Primary Election to be held at the City
.. Ik e ,t.' ,0, Hall In the aforesaid City of qualified votors on Tuesday. CHIEF OF POLICE
September 12. 1989.AD.. for the purpose of electing the
r; following officers:






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"The People's Choice"I
In Testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my name and
cause the Seal of the Town to be hereunto affixed this 11th
day of July, 1989. AD.
Rattler Found East of Starke... CARE ABOUT STARKE
\\'a\nc('ra"ford holds up a six-foot diamondback rattle snake he killed
I Monday morning( July 31, in a field on Ellington Road (!NB 10th St.) Mayer-Commissioner
The snake was near where the two boys Billy Bradley 10 and Chris AfTEST: Nell L. Tucker
Crawford 7, were pli>ing. Crawford rutting okra nearby killed the ..*.">> 10 City Clerk 6pp ' AccountTERWILLEGAR ,
snake with a shot ci and hoe.There are-'fth.-*.- sain. I

Election. .. MOTORS \I If f

from page 1A

seat and will run unopposed in the
September 12 elections
Silcox a retired insurance agent
told Tin Gainesville Sun last week
that he was not expecting an unop-
posed race because of his support for
the city's defense of a lawsuit filed
by the Bradford County chapter of
the NAACP. I
In the lawsuit which was filed in
1TO6 the NAACP alleged that the ci
ty's at-large election process
discriminated against blacks. The
city lost the lawsuit in federal
district court, which ruled the city
must replace its at-large election
process with single-member voting I
districts In another contested race Police '89 't'E@ GL ,. -- j jo
Chief Jimmy Epps and Johnny 89 i4 i\
Hodges, Jr., a former officer Starke policed N

former Hamptoncity
marshal, will
1 1I vie for the position
chief.The Sept. 12
election will be
the second time
I ty the two can
didates have run M
against each
: other for the posi
tion. Epps was 0
elected over
Epps Hodges in a Dr, AT,AirTilt, Speed Control 225
special election last February by a Light Group
I _
3-2 margin.
AM/FM Stereo N
The special election was held after y
I former Police Power Doors & Locks PER MO. XLT With Free Air 1 99
Chief Jimmy AM/FM Ca. Tachometer
I Bowen retired E .Chrome Step Bumper
last October Sliding Rear Window
amid chargesof PER MO.

I officialmisconduct I $ 500 REBATE Y _
and grand =

theft compressor.Bowen of an air. -r ON ALL T-BIRDS (gJJ[ (gJD

later pled

t petty guilty theft and to Ic &--- tn If

was placed on
s i x mon the FULL SIXEBRONCO
probation. Hodgat XLT


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IBnian Gftntntg GRmta

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Plant Lovers Flock

To Show at L.C.I.

By Mark FrledUn display. "You have to fertilize them
BCT Staff Writer just right and not over-do-It."
Despite blazing hot, typical The inmates stationed In the
Florida summer weather, a big greenhouses and along the carefully
crowd of plant lovers attended the manicured pathways of the outside
Annual Lawtey Correctional Institution exhibits were busy giving gardening
Plant Show Saturday, July 29. advice to the many visitors who
Inmates at the Institution createdan came to learn some of the growing
exceptional display of landscaping secrets they learned in the Institu-
and numerous smaller exhibits tion's horticultural program and the
which attracted visitors from as far pride they felt in the program was
away as Jacksonville.Most evident on their faces as they
people who attended agreed greeted their guests.
that it was a spectacular,and highly The Horticulture Supervisor at
original exhibit of the ornamental LCI for the program Is Hilton C. Coleman -
horticulturists' art. and he played a big part In
The many displays Included a col- making the show such a success.A .
orful cactus garden, a splashing "can-do" type person who
waterfall with green ferns and fashioned the program with hours of
flowering begonias running along his own time and efforts, Colemanhas
the carefully placed rock sides, anda bult a program that now sup-
special indoor display of hanging plies ornamental plants for state office
plants and flowers which were full of buildings all over the state, including
blooms shaded from the hot summer many in Tallahassee It r:;
also a program with a high success,
sun.The inmates served snacks for the rate in terms of inmates finding out
youngsters, and cool ice tea for the side jobs in the area after they are
adults; then gave each of their released.A .
'! guests a small plant of their choosing plant show run by Inmates in a
: to take home. state correctional institution may
'... The show featured rows and rows seem strange to some, but the inmates
.. .. of carefully grown plants many of picked for the program are
;>> ... .' them far larger than the house highly motivated to learn their new
'I' plants commonly seen in commercial trade, according to L.C.I

.r 1 plant stores. spokesmen, who say many of them
+.. .jam .. / "It takes a lot of work and patience become involved with the art of hor-
+ .rr w ...... to grow cacti as big as these," ticulture and some even get into the
said "Lam" one of the inmates who
"'.... .by_ .Six. put in some Fong hours of time on the Bee Page SB

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Looking for Goldfish... ,"f' SANTA FECOMMUNITY

Brooke Thonuuon, 3, left In phot \b l COLLEGE
above, look for goldfish with 4

brother William Thomason, 3,at OL.Lt.G ANDREWS CENTER
the 9th annual Lawtey Correctional

Plant Show Saturday,July 39.They Yu, FALL SCHEDULE 209 West Call StreetStarke
are the grandchildren Hilton Florida 32091

Coleman, horticulture mpervfaor at Phone: 964-5382 or

Lawtey CorrectionaL 1989 Gainesville 395-5850

Thursday APL 1.-Last Day lID Drop a_And
Choosing A'Plant... Mon..Wed. Aug 1.9_..Reglstr.lion 10:00 4.00 p.m. Receive a Refund

dells Brown, 9,of Lawtey help Thursday Aug.10..Regl'tr.lion 10:00: ..m.lo 4,00 p.m. Friday Oct.20........No a._(College Open)

chooM a plant born the plant how Ie 6:00: 108.00 pm. 4.00 Friday: Nov 10-...Veleran'.Day Holiday(College
10.00 to
a.m. p.m.
Saturday.Cletls helped< .... brother Friday Aug. aoeed)
and dater load plant..take home Monday Aug.21..Regl'lralion 10, 4.00 p.m. Monday Nov.20....,Last Day lID Withdraw From a
Ie 6:00 10 8:00
: : p.m.
after seeing the plant .exb...... ariaWednesday
10:00 .m.104.00
Tuesday Aug.22..Regl'lraUon : m.to4.00p.m.Wednesday pm. Nov.22.......NoEveningaae.e.Fees

Aug.23..RegistrauonlO:00a: Thor.FrL Nov.23,24 Thanksgiving Holidays (College
Due In Slarke
Thursday Aug.24 .....Oa_Begln/ScheduJe Adju9t-
Ie ThurFti. Dec 14. .Final Exam Days
menl 10:00..m.104.00p.m.
: Mon.,-ru-. Dec 18, .Flnal Exam Days
6:00 p.m.108:00p.m.

Monday Sept.4..Labor Day Holiday
(College Oosed)

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I \ Cases Dismissed fov State Attornev

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by Carolyn Eaves Alphonso L. Rivers arrested May on five years probation, submit to ths DOC.
ICT Staff Wrlt.r 1988 for shooting into an occupied evaluation by TASCS, made $240 Robert Melton Stebbins arrested BRADFORD AIR-CONDITIONING
structure; pled no contest,placed on restitution, pay outstanding traffic April, 1988 for possession more than
Cases Dismissed two years probation, make resitu- fines in Duval, obtain valid driver's 20 grams of cannabis; pled guilty, & ELECTRICALService
tion: arrested Feb. 13 VOP; pled no license: arrested Sept. 14 VOP; pled placed on three years probation: ar- Discount
During May By SA contest placed on one year com guilty, placed on community control rested Feb. 14 for VOP; pled guilty, Call 1O%
The following cases were dismissed munity control, $300 restitution. two years: arrested Jan. 25 VOCC; placed on community control one 24 Hr. Service ." forSenior
during the month of May by the pled no contest, sentenced to 24 mon- year concurrent with Alachua County 7 Days A Week I \\\\\\1\\\\ Imp 1 Citizens
John Lamar Crews arrested June ths DOC. I
Bradford State Attorney's Office. A IIIUooIi I
portion of the cases were published 1987 for burglary, grand theft; pledguilty Timothy Henry Byers arrestedJan. l .
July 20. ,sentenced as adult to DOC for Vernell E. Hampton arrested ., 1988 for arson (six counts); pl- $2995 I' CALL FORAPPOINTMENT
two years followed by five years pro- Feb., 1987 forgery, uttering a forged ed guilty, sentenced to 3'/4 years : .. -
Cynthia Bowman arrested April 22 bation on bother cases: arrested document; pled no contest, placed DOC followed by five years proba- '. {: .-
for Issuing worthless check; restitu- March 31 VOP; pled guilty sentenced on 3"a years probation, fined $250: tion,!make restitution: arrested Jan. 964-5166
tion made. to three years DOC. arrested August VOP; pled guilty, 19 VOP; pled guilty, probation We Service All Makes 81 Models
John Lamar Crews arrested May 7 Michael west arrested August, placed on community control for 15 revoked, one year at Restitution 964-5171 Window and Central Units
for aggravated assault; dismissed, 1987 for burglary while armed, months: arrested Feb. 21 for VOCC; Center and then continue on proba-
defendant sentenced on other grand theft; pled no contest, placed pled no contest,sentenced to 18 mon- tion.
State attorney investigation Sun
shine Law violation in Lawtey; no
true bill returned by the grand jury. l
John Thompson arrested Sept. 9,
1987 for carrying concealed weapon, '
possession of burglary tools; com-
pleted PTI. T i! HUNGRY
Todd Eric Jackson arrested April
16 for possession of crack cocaine; :
defendant.insufficient evidence as to this -

Porter Tate Roberts arrested
March, 1987 for Issuing worthless
check; pled guilty, placed on five
years probation, make resitution:
arrested March, 1989 for violation of
probation (VOP); pled no ctonest,
probation revoked, placed on two
years community control.
Richard Dewayne Tyler arrested I i
Nov. 14. 1983 for burglary, grand ,
theft; pled guilty, placed on four
probation, 60 days in county
jail: August, 1987 arrested for VOP; : -
pled guilty VOP March, 1988, placed ; .r -
on two years community control: ar- ::1' .
rested Jan. 24 for violation of com % + U.S. CHOICE
munity control (VOCC): Tyler was F '
arrested Feb. 16 for uttering forged Dt l + 'r : r WHOLE or HALF
bank check (three charges); pled
guilty, sentenced to 3V4 years DOC ;. )p._' ; SEMI BONELESS

grand concurrent.Tyler theft charged,dealing with in stolen burglary property -, THE 'BEEP P ''N EYES

; pled guilty, arson, burglary,
grand theft uttering forged bank

check; sentenced concurrent with
above or dismissed due to sentenc-
ing on other charges. ATM
Raymond Pernell Tyson arrested Winn-JDixie 12 TO 14
April 22 for armed robbery, aggravated LB. AVG.
assault; insufficient
evidence as to this defendant.
Randy Dale McClellan arrestedfor
burglary July, 1981; pled guilty,
placed on probation four years: ar-
rested Oct. 1982 for violation of pro-
bation: May 19 an order dismissing
II warrant was issued. SLICED
S Perry Louis Keaton arrested Jan.
13, 1988 for possession of cocaine, LB. FREE
t resisting officer without violence;
t pled no contest, placed on five years U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF BONELESS
probation, six months at restitution SLICED FREE
t pled no contest VOP, sentenced tot STAPKE RIB EYES . . La 397
3/i years DOC.Marklee

John Harris arrested -v -.....
1 April, 1988 for burglary, battery; pled SALUTING THE MEAT EXPERT
t guilty, placed on 24 months come FILL YOUR FREEZER ": Vi.. '
munity control, paraticipate InC ,, : .: ..

counseling at BUGC, restitution to The next time you're shopU.S.. CHOICE 1 BEEF LOIN and 1 BEEF ROUND
C victim, no contact with victim: arr ping WINN-DIXIE, make It a BEEF SUGAR LAKE $
rested March 12 for VOCC; May 19 $957 g99 SOUTHERN PRIDE $Q99
to meet Market k
point your
l order issued dismissing warrant. w HINDQUARTER. iaWD
e r Manager. He's the man BEEF PATTIES itt iJ
George Washington Early arrested -
August, 1986 for burglary, behind the meat case and BONELESS SLICED FREE
C theft sentenced he's there for you. He'll NEW YORK $16" PORK
1 grand ; pled guilty, $890
to two years DOC followed by three answer any questions you STRIPS . ta RIBLETS . io-ia BOXC97
years probation: arrested May, 1988 have and make sure you get ie"m
VOP; pled guilty, placed on com- the cut of meat you want. W.D FREE BRAND $3
1 munity control, arrested Jan. 30 Like eryo ne at WINN-DIXIE, he's working to BONELESS TOP SS'AARLELRPIBOSRK'lJ.ll$1599!:
VOCC; pled no contest,sentenced to give you the lowest total food bill and make sure
30 months DOC, all other probations your shopping Is a pleasant experience. SIRLOIN . ia
terminated and new case dismissed. ALL BEEF $ $ MADISON BRAND $<999

armed Dennis robbery DeSue arrested; pled no Sept.contest 30 for, BEEF PATTIES 12soz1} TENDERLOINS LI CORN DOGS VS

sentenced to two years community o
control: arrested April 3 VOCC; EVERYDAY
4 May 22 court announced reinstatedon
community control. EVEpyDAy EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
Mark Frederick Sager arrested LOW PRICE
Sept., 1987 for introduction of contra- )W Bs
band into state prison; pled guilty, MATOHHnISt "
s placed on five years probation: arrested -
3 May,1988; pled guilty,placedon I-
community control: arrested B I BI
f April 2 VOCC; pled no contest, WINN-DIXIE'S
C sentenced to 18 months DOC. BARBECUE IS a
1 E Sandra I. McCloud _ _
controlled COOKED NICE & 1 1
1 22, 1988 for possession of
a substance; pled no contest, placed SLOW IN OUR
o on five years probation: arrested
r Feb. 14 VOP pled guilty, placed on I
a two years community control. SMOKERS! I I
t Todd Jackson arrested March, I
c 1987 for possession and delivery of REAL PIT COOKED '
1 controlled substance; pled guilty, BARBECUE BLAB Of WHOLE
E placed on probation five years, one BARBECUESPARERIBS _
I year county jail, $500 fine, $300 investigative ____ : .
\ costs: arrested March 3 -
t VOP; pled guilty, placed on community _
I control two years.
I Jackson arrested June, 1987 for $799WHOLE -
and delivery of controlled _
possession EA. t'j I I .Y a .r'JJr4I .tA .Jr
substance; pled guilty placed on five _
I probation concurrent.


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By Mark Prledlln play on the Jacksonville-based
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1 1a r\ Keystone Heights softball eling the nation In search of the
.. player and high school Michele national United States Slow-
,'" Richardson realized In the
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middle of her school's state USSSA
A ( )) championship.
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SI that her own season might last
jI season on highest possiblenote
.t f. k just a little longer than she had when helped her team to
planned. the Florida State 2A Championship
That's exactly what happenedas the school's first ever
\ F I the outstanding left fielder state title In any sport. and was
for Keystone Heights High the only non-senior selected to
Michele Rlchmrdton School; (KHHS) was selectedCROWDCOMN the AU-Tournament
prestigious I
team as a sophomore.

made A defensive some of the specialist finest catches who I

ever seen In a championship I

? COUNT ON WI run through during the her playoffs school's Michele march Is

also now batting over .500 for

base the Jr.percentage Astros and of.674.has an on-

She has knocked In 35 runs I
batted in and has an outstanding -
defensive percentage of over
.800 In her left field position
F3l1i1Stg3I( r v ; with no errors throughout the
50-game plus season where the
JMCUT action Is fast and furious
throughout most games. I
Michele has slammed three
/ y'
', home and Is the numbertwo
...... r RESERVED$I ,,! 3-y hitter in the lineup.
ro.a '
r "She Is a great asset to this
FARMSTEAD BONELESS HICKORY SWEETm;': GOOD team and Is really on a roll right
STORE .-WED. PREMIUM now." commented Jr. Astros
HOURS AUGUST 3-9, 1989 Head Coach Barry Holloway.
PORK SLICED Michele Is one of the finest de-
8 .M. THIGHS WINGS fensive left fielders I've ever
coached and Is an Importantpart
CHOPS TIL BACON of a team that I think has
11 F.M. DRUMSTICKS the potential to take the na-
tional title this year."

9-11 LB.PKG. tion ranked This In year's number their Jr.division one Astros In and the team won na-Is

$ $ Lexington the championship Youth Invitational of the I

tournament In Lexington. S.C.
winning four straight games Including I

$298 $100 5 a aLEAN S.C.standing tournament In was the a play 7-1 selected title team win during game.over for to the Florence Richardson her the series.out-all--

The Astros are now enroute to
LB. LB. LB. National Dearborne.USSSA Mich.championship for this year's

PORK SPARERIBS $167 HAMS $199 198 finishes for the team this I
LB. LB. FRYER BREAST . La season Include a 1st place at the
USSSA event In Daytona Beach
where they qualified for the na-
second In the
: place
or .DELI AOIy1C0 CHUCK 'i'k .CHARCOALSTEAK .., USSSA NIT event Cocoa 1
J '" ? ... 4 \ Beach MaY,27; a 1st place finish : '.
FRANKS *' STEAK v<'i" .cJ In a Round Robin event .In'
-: ; ", :
June 4
Tampa : another 1st
..: $ \I place In the USSSA NIT tourneyIn
$497 $0198 Lexington June 11; a Win
12-or. cHOic place finish at the American
SIZE LL C1eoeCE LB. u.Cieaee LB. LB. Softball Association event at
Tifton Georgia where they com- I
LEAN BONELESS TOP $397 SLICED BEEF SSe BEEF $157 age bracket and a 1st place fin-
BEEF $998 TOP SIRLOIN $397 $147 June 23.Mlchele's. I

CUBED STEAKS. u STRIP STEAKS. LIL RIB STEAKS u the Keystone local sponsors Recreation Include -

HARVEST Association; Sabo's Italian
sa Restaurant; Dave Todd; Ferrell
EVERYDAYLOW Keaton: J&M Pest Control (Jack
PRICE PRICE_ Raleigh and Mike Prabyn); Mr.
LOW PRICE p LOW and Mrs. Daniel Coffey; Mr. and
PRODUCE Mrs. O.C. Tarver and Dan
ZCB Richardson Construction Co.
v' e

ICE CREAM or Nature makes the produce. Starke
WiNN-DIXIE makes the difference.

; Team
I .i', I

I IJFMARCAIUUE .: .- ;. Looks

______________ 780
i :: : For TitleBy
: ._._ LB.

J Mark Frledlln

BCT Staff Writer

TROPICAMA 19-and-under slowpltch softball -
PREMIUM $29 SHOESTRING team Improved their final

KRAFT GRAPE S8e regular season record to 33-15 (
a .688 winning percentage) witha
REGULAR $ 8 9 split of two games at Lawtey
9ge 2 Correctional Institute Sunday
BISCUITS . ffi FRIED CHICKEN SIlt EA. then boarded a bus enroute to
gge GORTON'S FRESHLEMONS the 15th Annual Junior
2LB. SUPERBRAND CRUNCHY HARVEST Olympics National Softball

JAR YOGURT . tft 96' FISH PORTIONS to.SIZE 99cc Tournament to be held August
MOUNT OLIVE The Stars qualified for the
79' tournament for the fourth
DILL PICKLES ... ., $148 FOOD gg CREAM PIES . Silt 100 straight year after an
outstanding season that
Community WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. ,EA.SPINACH ., Included a fifth place finish In a I
State tournament In Moultrie.Georgia;
i Bank 71MCT.HEADLESS LARGE "USIIN a third place finish In Tifton.Ga.
of Starke CALICOSCALLOPS FRESH and also a third place finish In I
THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: Sff 99CChecking the SRD 12-team men's church
Itaveltr t Check WHITE SHRIMP league.

Savings Account Credit Money Card 0rdeII Applkioni 6 $ 08 The Stars finished up the
loin Appllcalioni
$ with three extended
9 season
Certificates olDepoall MghtDepoeltoiy' MUSHROOMS
Money Market Accounts :Notary PublicHOURS 49 i5: J league games before the two
exhibition games against the
: : gSHSEAFOOO LB LBMaN.wEaY..m:4 YELLOW 97C top Inmate teams at,LWCI In

THUAS. .FRI. 9am.4p.rn.p.m. D_IW- FRESH NORTHERN $A99 FRESH MAYPORT $99 ONIONS . l-La SIZE Lawtey.The National tournament Is'

SATURDAY 8im.-2p.rn. p COD FILLETS . a GROUPER FILLETS toyIIiN.'flJtnfluJ1 Star held at the site where the
team started their run of
four straight appearances In the
= .prestlgeous event moving to
'Albany.. Georgia In 1987. and to i
Athens. Georgia In 1988. The
tournament will be ,held In'

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I "lIg 4B Tt;l.EGRAPll.1'1MES&MONITOlt---IlSI'C'1'ION. : : August, 19X9 ,

I News Briefs _.. -

I by Carolyn Eav. Missing SuppliesAnd Steve Kent ff V the vehicle
Ferguson 36 of to
BCT SlaH Wrlt.rMan Park belong to him July 31, the vehicle Patrolman Mack Short. Grant, 23,
was arrested for the concentrate
Money, which incident had been stolen but had not been was charged with possession of con- -
occurred 9 in Starke being
August reported. trolled substance,crack cocaine and
Again Arrested Gets Man ArrestedA
according to Investigator Wiley .. as bad
carryijg a concealed six
For Fraud ActivitiesAaron 28-year-old Starke man was Clark.Apparently the victim did not Shawn Hardy Shepherd of Waldo inch lock blade knife,weapon said Short.a brakes defective
charged July 26 with stealing more want to press charges at first, then was charged with grand theft auto The investigation into the at-
Harris Holley was arrested than $4,000 from a local service sta- later changed her mind and became for Alachua County with bond set at burglary continues. to drivers
July 30, again charged with grand upset that no charges had been filed. $5,000, according to Deputy Harvey who license
theft by fraud, according to tion.A complaint was made by the A Starke police officer who had been Rhoden. However, Alachua County laws
Patrolman Bob McGrath. owner-bookkeeper at Town and called by the victim because he wasa may not prosecute since the victim, FliP TroopersContinue The check.
Holley was arrested July 17 and County Exxon on US-301 south in friend was suspended five days a relative of Shepherd's,has decided points of en-
charged with taking money Feb. 28 Starke of money and merchandise without pay for failure to Im- he may not press charges. License [ and driver
from a victim for a VCR but never (supplies) missing during a three mediately report the incident. Shepherd remains in custody. Vehicle Inspections insure
producing the VCR,he was releasedon month period.An Another officer filed paperwork ing .
his own recognizance after his ar- investigation by the state at- Aug. 29 establishing probable cause Bradford CountyThe
rest.The torney led to the arrest of Rodney for sexual battery and kidnapping. Florida Highway Patrol will
scam was similiar this time The investigation was conducted by be driver license and
but Lee Carmichael who had the sole the Missing TeenReturned conducting The Patrol will
Holley arrested
was quicker. attorney's investigator. during
vehicle checkpoints
custody of the missing merchandiseand inspection be and
This time Holley had a bogus stereo A capais was issued for HomeA
I bank deposits, according to In- the week of Aug. 4 through Aug. dur-
system that he sold for $300. Since Ferguson's arrest but his 10 on SR-21, SR-I, SR-230, SR-18,
vestigator Wiley Clark. missing 14-year-old was found ing Aug.
July 1 Holley has been charged six During May, June and July Car- whereabouts were unkown until south of Starke and returned home. SR-16, CR-18, CR-18; CR-21B 10 on ,SR-241,
times for fraud by the Starke Police recently. Ferguson was arrested in
CR-125 CR-229, CR-231,
The CR-225. ,
michael is
charged with taking teenager was reported miss- SR-238 CR-229.
I I Department, according to Chief $2,210.40 in merchandise and Highland County by local authoritiesand ing late Saturday night, July 29, to CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A and CR-
Jimmy Epps. returned to Bradford
by Deputy the Starke Police in Bradford County.Recognizing .
$2,406.17 from bank deposits. Department. Of- 796A !
Holley 34, remains in custody Gene Lee. Bond was set at $20,000,
ficer the danger presented
under Assisting in the arrest was Major he released Perry McGrath took the call
a $1.000 bond was on his own
W. C. Reno. recognizance. and made sure the next shift was .
IJEWAKE Bond was set at $4,000, Car- aware the boy was missing and to be
Starke, Bradford County residents michael was released on his own on the lookout for him.
Mann ArrestedFor
are cautioned to beware of flim flam recognizance. McGrath, who lives in Waldo, INSULA
I artist who are in the area with Three Teens Beating completed his shift and started
scams designed to get your money. His GrandmotherKenneth home Sunday morning about 8:50.:
Charged In Union South of Starke
on US-301 McGrath'
to door or catch THAT
you SAVE
paring Dale Mann spotted a young boy on bike
in a lot or may call you on With BurglaryThree was arrested a
the telephone. It could be someone August 1 after he was found in a heading toward Starke, he stopped .
know Union County teen-agers wooded area behind Pep-O's. He was to question the boy and found he was Horn Commercial Industrial
you or someone passing
through the area. were arrested July 31 for the charged with beating his grand- the run-a-way. High It Value Cellulo
You are reminded if a deal sounds burglary of two Lake Butler mother. The boy said he had been as far as FlbaraUt Bam I
I too good to be true,it probably is just businesses.A Mann's grandmother who lives at Waldo but decided not to go further. frame Houi Exterior 4
that. More than likely it is a fraud 14-year-old and two 13-year-old 415 S. Cherry St.said he came home McGrath loaded the boy and the New or Old Construction
and you will be the loser. boys were charged with two counts and got into an argument with her. bike into his car and returned both Quality Installation
each of criminal mischief and She said Mann kicked her repratedly home safely after the overnight ex-
Juveniles Caught burglary,according to Sheriff Jerry in the lower leg and lower back area cursion.
With AlcoholA Whitehead. she sat down in a chair to keep him ::964-6956' :
Whitehead said the boys had from kicking her anymore, then he '
suspicious vehicle first seen at stolen tools and building materials hit her in the forehead with the :D Y IO .flight; ; .
the Econo Lodge late Saturday night from Jackson's Building Supply and phone book before he left the house,
was stopped at the entrance to Winningham Wrecker Service. The according to Patrolman Perry T. Starke Woman .
Lakewood Estates on SR-100. Gorman. Mann's also
theft was discovered Monday morn- grandmother DEAN
Deputy Danny Thrift stopped the stated Mann had struck her Sunday Arrested TuesdayWhile .
vehicle and found four juveniles in ing.Apparently the boys were building in the eye with his fist,said Gorman.
the car who had in their Mann with investigating a burglary at INS U
possession a a dog pen, said Whitehead.The was charged aggravated a residence
six-pack of a
beer. The and
two white battery battery.
youths turned
were over to
woman was arrested in an unrelated SAVE ONHEATINO
females and
two black males were HRS. incident.
taken to the county jail and later Stolen Vehicle
released to their The Former Starke Man August 1 the victim of the burglary
parents. names
of the juveniles Located BeforeIt stated a black female had fled the -- -
are being withheld.
I Charged RapeA area by the house
in a red Buick.
Assisting was Chief Deputy) Pat former Was ReportedAn After a high speed chase of the vehi-
has been
Henry. There were no city police of- with man 18-year-old was found in cle, Janie Mae Grant was stopped I I
ficers involved in the incident. charged two counts of sexual and Dr. Benjamin
I battery.Servicemen possession of a vehicle which did not arrested, according to

announces the

Mae Jenkins of Malachi courtesy, military justice, first Griffis is the son of Bobby J.
and ala of Law ley. aid, and Army history and tradiGriffis of Lake Butler. The of his medical
He is a 1988 graduate of Bradford tions. soldier is a 1984 graduate of BHS.
Pvt. Malachi I Jenkins High School, Starke.
the Family Care of
Completes Basic .

Pvt. Malachi Jenkins has completed Pfc. Richard Griffis Middleburg and
basic training at Ft. Knox, Completes BasicPvt.

Ky. the 1st Class Richard K. Grif Gal? Park.Appointments.
I receive instruction training in, drill students and fis has completed basic training :GRIFFIS
ceremonies, at Ft.Jackson, S.C.
: weapons
reading, tactics, military receive the training, students
courtesy, military justice, first instruction in drill and pM'f
,, aid and Army history and tradi- ceremonies, weapons, map
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Quilting Tradition Survives in Starke


.: .by Brenda Baw.kJt .quilting craft alive by sending a quiltto the college because her grand- or scheme which Is green and white.
b. leT StaN Writer college. children will probably go throughthe The pattern varies not only becauseof
Quilting Is a craft which Mrs. Hersey presented the Santa college at some point in their life the different pattern used but the
9 vlved for centuries by being handed Fe Community College Andrews and she wants them to carry on the placement of the different floral
-> down from one generation to the Center with a quilt she made In tradition. prints used throughout the quilt.
r'other by those dedicated to preservIng hopes of generating interest in "Hopefully they will want to carryon The quilt Is displayed as a wall
the age-old art. Starke resident quilting.She the tradition, Mrs. Hersey said. hanging at the Santa Fe Community ;
Ruby Hersey hopes to keep the said she decided to Rive it to "I feel there Is a lot of Interest in College Andrews Center in the
quilting. Historical Room.
-i The quilt is a combination of 12 dif- Mrs. Hersey said she learned to
l', ferent Blocks with names such as the quilt when she was eight and I m i; i'y
Aw Bear Claw, the Honey Bee, Eight- remembers when her mother had
Point Star, Grandmother's Flower quilting parties.At .
Garden and Rebecca's Fan. 63,Mrs.Hersey is active in the
Each block is made up of a dif community,working at Wal-Mart in
Iib ferent arrangement of the same col- the craft department and displaying
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I Land Sales in Bradford County Top $1.7 Million in Dec. .

the Land tales in Bradford County for Scott Alvarez, the south 7.4 acres of 7,in fractional section 12,T9SrR22E; -Elena C.Salazar-,SEV of SWV,section : .section 12,TSS,R22E$125oo.) Inc., Gerald Griffis and Gerald M:
month of December 1968. total- the E* of NEV4 of SWV,section 28, $22,456. 12.T6S, R21E, $40,000. C. W. and Brenda glade to Griffis to John T.and Luana L Cad-
ed $1 749,800, according to deedsrecorded T5S R21E,$7,400. Fredrick H.and Carlo R.Weiss to Jean Faircloth Daniels to Paul J., Timothy J.and Carol L.Warner,lots den, lot 11 block 2 and W 24' lot 10,
in the office of the County Mildred J. Bonafede to John D. Charles and Carol McDonald 2.50 Sr. and Alice Faye Kemp, 2.5 acres 12 and 15,block 2,South Gate replat, Saratoga Heights Unit 3, in City of
Clerk at the courthouse.All transac- and Mary J. Levesque, 2.93 acres In acres partly in SWV of NEV, and in lots 17,IS and 32 of Woodlawn,sec 48500. Starke, $7,000.Gerald .
tions were domestic In nature, no SEV of NEV-4, section 4,ITS, R22E, partly in NWV. of NEV4, section 26, tion 10,T5S, R22E, $26,000. Lena G. Stein to William J and Griffis Construction Co.,
commercial properties were boughtor $16,000. TSS, R21E, $5,000. Effie H. Davis to Willie Mae Nancy D. Montgomery,W 80' block Inc., Gerald Griffis and Gerald M.
sold during the month. Only one Eva Hall Bradley to Thomas A Levin Griffin to Pam Capallia and McKenzie, lot on north side of SR-16 6, Gov. lot 1, south of graded road, Griffis to Charlotte Ames, lot S and
sale was for more that$100,000. and Betty J. Hylton, 1.16 acres in Henry Capallia, E 5 acres of Block 1 in section 17, T6S R22E, $49,000. Lakeside, section 22, TBS, R22E, east 11.03' of lot 6,block 2,Saratoga
The year 1988 ended at an about SWV of NE.".,section 33,T6S,R22E, south Range: 5 east, Simon J. Tem Ronnie C. and Norita\ V. Davis to $87,500. Heights unit 3,City of Starke$41,900.
average pace. Ten months of the on Colley Road, Starke, $65,000. pIe's Subdivision, City of Starke, George T.and Bonita R.King,EV4 of Stanley and Jennifer Teal to MacB. Gerald Griffis Construction Co.,
twelve exceeded the $1 million Thomas Charles and Patricia 16000. Ett,and EYE of W Y of EV4 lots 46,47 Miller, lots S and 7, block 38. Gerald Griffis and Gerald M.Griffisto
mark,and only one month,June,exceeded Clark to Carl E. and Lora Lee Marylynn Wilkerson to William and 58 north of graded road,and Wfe! Johns Addition City of Starke John and Charlynn Leshuk, lots 2
$2 million. Douglas, parcel in SEV4 of.NWY David and Sandra Lee Wilkerson, 1 lots 43, 46 and 59 north of graded $33,000. and 3,block 2,Saratoga Heights unit
Only sales In excess of $1,000 are section 23 T7S, R21E, on Hampotn. acre in WV4 of lot 35,Woodlawn subdivision road Woodlawn, section 11, TSS. Dean and Monya Dunlop to EvanE. 3,City of Starke 43900.
considered in this report,and valuesof Lake,$87.500. section 15, T5S, R22E, R22E, $34,900.Ronnie and Doris Sikes, lot 37. Knights Herman D.and Betty Joyce Pettyto
transactions are coputed from the Richard L. and Bonnie Crane to $2,000. C. Davis to Donald R. replat of Knights subdivision, Joyce L. Ward, lot 5 Ritchie
tax stamps affixed to deeds as Joseph N. Masotti, lot 1. Block 17, Gilbert O.and Louie Belle Crosley Rouse,Gene C.Rouse,Lois M.Hood $44,300.W. Estates,section 1,TSS,R22E$7,200.
recorded. Keystone Club Estates Unit I, to Raymond and Joanne Griffis, and Janell L. Rouse. tenants,3 C. and Mary H. Emery to Lotus L.Pfeiffer to Robertt E.and
Transactions, as recorded at the $39,000. parcel in SWU. of SWMi, section 14, 4.15 acre parcels in joint of SWy, Charles E. and Barbara A. Martin Jeanne M. Havens, lot 1, block 16,
courthouse are: Greg Wagner to Roy and Anita T6S, R22E, 3900. section 29, T7S, R22E, $54,500. lots 6,14,and IS,Geneva Creek;also Unit 1, Keystone Club Estates,
Vera Griffis Alvarez to Donald Desmond lot 4,Seminole Ridge: Unit John E. Curies,Jr. to Scott L.and James E. Devaney, Jr. to George lot 16 and 19, Geneva Shores in $43,000.
F.and Toya A.Browning parcel 3 in NEV4 of NEV4,section 36,T8S,R22E, Plum Valley Investments, Inc. to
WV4 of NWV of NEV, section 11, $60,000. Kenneth W.and Betty L. Drost, Stt
T6S, R22E$27,000. First Presbyterian Church of lots 17 and 18,Plum Valley Harbor,
Barbara R. Scott to Henry L., Jr. Starke to Jamie and Pam Thrift, Government lot 3, section 25, TSS
and Cheryl Y. Heine, 3.07 acres in parcel in NEV of SEV4, section 28, R22E,$7,500.Fredrick.
EV4 of SWV4 of NWV4, section 28, T6S, R22E,$58,000. R. and Wendy W.
T7S, R22E,$51,500.Lawrence Gerald Griffis Construction Co., Replogle to Billie Gene Dean lot on
W. and Eloise K. Shawto Shuri L.Pass lot 44 Keystone W.Call Street section 28,T6S,R22E,
Ian M. H. Senior and Kathryn M. Club Estates Unit 1 replat,$40,900. 2600. .
Senior,lot 23.Seminole Ridge Unit 2, Gerald Griffs Construction Co., See Pap 71

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Eaves DWLS fined. $120.29 and present tafner driver; dismissed.
ICT Stall Wrll.rTraffic valid ilcense.Calvin Robert James Sullivan pled no
Edwin Henley charged contest DUI; fined $700, license r.w .
Criminal with DWLS; dlmsls ed. suspended five years Tri County
Steven M. Jones pled guilty Probation
one year, attend DUI
Court FinalsThe DWLS; provided valid license, school.
fOllowing dismissed. John Clark Traxler pled no contest
before Judge defendants appeared Rodney Andrew Perry pled no DUI; fined $362.50. license suspended Tr
Pierce July 18 in Bradford George County H. contest DWLS; presented valid six months, 50 hours community
Traffic Criminal Court license, ordered to pay$52. work,attend DUI school, Tri County ?
their Polk
cases received final Darrell Wayne pled guilty Probation one year. r :
disposition. DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County Traxler admitted unlawful speed; 7g ;
Edward Allen Probation six months. fined $132, Tri County Probation.
pled guilty Im- Timothy Shawn Seeley led guilty Kevin Michael
proper tag; fined $120.25. Wagner pled guilty
Jonathan Alex Bresee DWLS; provide proof of license and in abstencia; fined $700 license Y
test pled no con- will dismiss. suspended five years,ten days in Jail .
improper _
tag costs tag; /provided valid Dogan Lewis Smith pled guilty to run concurrent with sentence in "'V'II& t_ _-.. .-IIIIIIIIII&- -
Joel Douglas suspended' Coleman dismissed. DWLS; provide valid license pay Department of Corrections, attend Members of Detachment 1, 50th Area Support Croup...
pled no contest $50. DUI school, one Tri The PrevUlooal Maintenance BattalUon Headquarter .
driving while license year County provide*lupport and administration for four lubordlnanl
(DWLS); Provide valid license suspended and DWLS Wynn Pratt Smith pled guilty Probation. unite_ho'i duties lake them remote U.s.Army but In West Germany, Korea tbe Middle Fast and Italy.
valid license within
pay $120. ; provide The units are fat of
within 30 days. charge providing rapport and repair services In mechanical
30 days and $50. engineering and
George William Crain pled guilty pay Misdemeanor Court computon.
unlawful alteration of tag; dismiss- DWLS Mullis; provided Emory Stanley valid license pled guilty, pay Melissa B.Anders pled guilty Issu- First Row(i.IIDleft to right CPT Greg Delgado,MAJ Marty Suden.LTC Clenn Walden,SCM Rudolph
ed.Crain $50, dismiss. ing worthless check; show proof of llutcheaon MAJ David Bennett.

$12025 fri pled guilty DWLS; pay John Kendal Thompson pled guilty restitution Albert Batten and pay, Jr.$50 court costs. Second Rows SFC Norman Patrick,SCT April Shiver,CPT Kevin Mennull 2LT Renata Knaak, SSC Jeff Moore SCT
County pled no contest
six Donna SEC .
months. DUI; fined $700, license suspendedsix Loader. John Samon
Issuing worthless check showed
Jack Terrell Creamer months attend DUI school. 50 proof of restitution, pay ;$50 court Third RoW CW3 Ottl Sa....SIC Richard Bradford SIC,CPT James Ruth,CPT Rlcbanllrwln, MSC
DWLS; presented valid license pled guilty, $50 hours community work, Tri County costs. Walter Jarvfe SSC Robert Griffith W01 Michael Rhoden,SFC Joey Dampier,SFC Johnny Johnson,SSC Jerry
court costa. Probation one year. Angela Starling Clark pled no con Redding SSC Wo.....P.Am4L.SFC David CoffUL
CXa.mer'pled guilfail to 'immediately Richard Starling valid charged with test possession marijuana; six mon
report accident; dismiss- dismiss license, ths probation Tri County, do not Alvin J.Fayson pled guilty Issuing Tri
have any controlled substance, pay worthless check' make of county supervision violate no Arthur W. Quicksall pled guilty
ed.Amy Steven Frank Alvarez pled no con- ; restitution laws, seek treatment at BUGC and
J. Davis $50 to Drug Trust Fund. in credit for I
battery 21 days jail,
\ charged with no test DUI; fined 437.50, licensesuspended $55, pay $50 court costs. have certificate of completion, ; .
mobile home Richard Eugene Clark pled pay time served run concurrent with
tag; provided valid six months, attend DUI no L. C. King, Jr. pled guilty issuing $50 court costs.
tag; dismissed. contest possession marijuana six time serving on child
school, 50 hours community work, ; worthless check; show proof of
Ernest Dell months probation Tri do
County not
charged with no Tri restitution court costs.
supervision one
mobile home tag; provided valid Ernest Simon Cowart pled con- have any controlled substance, pay Damon J. Maker pled guilty
tag dismissed. $50 to Drug Trust Fund.
possession marijuana six months
test ;
DUI; fined $700, license
Kristin E. Desilets pled no contest PURPLE GATORHwy
allowing unauthorized suspended six months Tri County //////////////////////////////
person to Probation attend DUI
drive; dismissed. one year 301 So. Starke 9644809'Next
school, 50 hours community work.
James driving Walla under Dorminey influence pled guilty Michael Steven Gray pled guilty to Stretch and Flex ( to Gator II Farm Supply)
fined (DUD; wilful-wanton reckless driving; fin- .
$1,225 license
suspended five ed w1fl
$437.50, Tri County Probation
years attend advanced
ten Richard days in Jail Bell seek counseling.DUI school dismissed.three months. Charge of DUI, Shape and Tone LADIES JEANS .
Egen pled
guilty Gray pled no contest open con-

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James: Band Janey B. Rowell to SEVi of NEV4,section 28,T6S, R21E, 450 W. Madison St. \t' .
Waylon A. Townsend 7 acres in $80,000.
SWV of NEV4 section 21,T7S,R22E, Willie Mae McKenzie to Hazel R. / Between W1nn Dude and Scotty's LADIES BLOUSES :
$7,000. Freeman, portion of WV4 of SEft,
Kenneth Dean and Patricia P. section 31,T7S, R22E,except 52 feet
Russ to E. W., Jr. and Yvonne along north boundry also portion 25% OFF
Hodges,SV4 of NWV4 of SEV4 section of E% of SWV4, section 31/ T7S, Call 9S4-3778 jJ
20, TVS R22E, East of Road No. 13, R22E east of CR-325 $16,500.V. .
$10,909. L. and Wilma K.( McKinney to
Muriel C. Gilhooly to Lloyd L. and Dale L. and Christine E. Bedford, Classes start Monday August 14. 1989 MEN'S SHIRTS
Ann L. Macy 4.52 ac tin E'/of SEV, lots 82 and 84 on Pine Ave., Crystal fr'-
section 6, T6&: R22E $17,000. Lake Home ltes. $36,500. now. Class size limited.
Inman D. and Melba S. Green and Jacob Miller to Hurley Rush, 20 -Register 25% OFF :
Elise acres NH of SWV4 of NWft, section
Pass to Keith M. and
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Olive E.
Stephens, lot 56, Woodlawn, section "Ol LEVIS 1
16, T5S, R22E $13,500. Help us Celebrate Our.I10th
Sara L. Owens to Ted Wayne and .Shop at lbS Birthday August 1 ', )
Frankie M. Geiger, lot 20, Lakeview KLJ i .
Drive, Crystat-fcafcc-Homcaitea In _
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SBV4, section I, T8S R22Er$42,500v .r. -f' "for
James L.and Carol M.
E.and Ruth M. 3,Hidden
Hills, an Braden\lot\ in section The finest in Ladies
24, T8S, R22E $12,800.
'Charles D.and Janet D.Padgett to L
Stseve R. Norris, 1.75 acres in lots 41 fashions
and 56, Woodlawn, section 20, T5S,
R22E, $4,600.Patrick y
B. Welch and Associates,
We selection
Inc. to Jack E. and Shirley B.Seelig, carry a fur of
1.99 acres in NEV4 of NEV, section
34,.,T6S, R22E, $10,000. r your favorite Brand names .
I! C.Harvey to Anthony L.Laney,
parcel in lot 22, Woodlawn, section Leslie fay, thtissy &
32.T5S R22E, 3500.
Edward! C. Harvey to Lori C. Petites FAiI1UN .
Crawford 11.49 acres in lots 22 and
27,Woodlawn,section 32,T5S, R22E, Andrea
3500.. Qayte Tropecy
Helen G.Hendrix to Sandra Maria introduces
Gerling Gillespie, Ett of E% of lots !PersonafCoordinatesSad
33 and 40, south of graded road, .
Woodlawn, section 11, T5S, R22E, ino
,Thomas J. and Betty Holl-
ingsworth to Irving A.and Dotsey P. Summer Clearance Sal TEN
in of of BELOW
Gaffney, parcel WV4 EV
SWVi, section 19, T7S 1 R21E, 6000. .Continues With
C. C. and Mae S. Howell to W. L.
Pridgen! fractional part of NV4 of Additional .
NWV4 of NWV4, section 25, T7S, Ladies Fashions
R21E, $69,500.Eddie .
T.and Danny L. Jackson to '.
Linda Kay Murray, 1.50 acres in :
SWtt of SWVi, section 5, T6S, R22E, .fashions
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hyde A. and Ruth H. Lasher to 'Starke'Plaza 964-7651
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172 FORD LTD 400 c.i., 4 new tires, PS. THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath CHA carpet
PB. AC Runs, for
new paint. good. $850 room garden, $365/me $350
OBO. Moving mutt ell. 4681974. 2tds deposit. 1 year '.0... Take 301 North Southslde Elem. $375 month first and fishing boat and trailer. Two swivel WOW I WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAL Corradlnes In lawtey. Approx. 600' on
1986 CAMARO Z-21:5 peed, PS PB AC from Starke to NE 50th right to NE last. 9645423. Itchg 8/3 seats, two walk-through live wells, Hwy 301. 10 acres of land 3300 s.f. store and living quarters, paved drivewaywith
AM-FM-cass., 24,000 miles. 9000. 11th, right to sign. Showing house Fri STATI EMPLOYEES need home close to good condition. $595 cash. Can be seen ample parking. $149.500
964-4984 alter 5 p.m. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 day Sat., A Sunday 10 a.m.-3 your work? W. have clean mobile at 909 N. Thompson St. 4t 7/20-8/10 COMMERCIAL PUTNAM HALL "CATTLEMAN'S LOUNGE"! CHSA band area
1910 MUSTANG $800. 964.4285. Itchg Call 1-778-0314 for appt. 7/27-0/3 p.m. homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF BOAT MOTOR A TRAILER: double nice dance floor barstools, tables, chairs, liquor license Included. Could easily
FURNISHED ROOM with all utilities 25 hp excellent condi also. He has an excellent drive-in
8/3 FOR LEASE-MOBILE HOMI on Iocr., 2 air Mercury motor refurbish kitchen and hove a restaurant
197V JEEP CJ-7: new oil-top. Great con BR, I both. 3 miles from Slorke. $250 paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA tion. Fish swim ski. Must see to ap window. 2'/i acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 & Hwy. 26. Separate living
dition. 3000. 533.2755. Itpd 8/3 mo $250 deposit. Call 9733743. 3tpd HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF predate Best oiler. AI Young. quarters Included. Owner would finance with good down paym.ntl! $220,000
1977 CHEVY 4 cyl. AT, AMFMtopedeck 7/20-8/3 CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC 9646918. 2tchg 8/3.10 SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building{ Enterprise Zone,
runs good. Good tires 25 mpg. CLOSE TO LAWTEY Post Office and extras, reasonable rents PINES, Downtown Starke. Reduced to$49,900
$650. 4734508. Itpd 8/3 Stores. Small apartment freshly "496-2366 SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF LAND FOR SALE NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished one

1974 DELTA OLDS for ports, good motor. painted. 782-3949. 4tchg 8/3-24 NOW 2 BR ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 1 A BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
$300. 473-4435. Itpd 8/3 LOW RENT EFFICIENCY private bath apartments starting at $199. Call cooling unit In each apartment. $147,000
I9M MUSTANG LXi AC PB PW PL.paw.r 9647295. Equal Housing Opportunity. 100 ACRES six room house and barn. 2100 s.f. bldgs.,
PS carpet air utilities paid clean. Nochlldr.n. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N. two
2tchg 7/27.8/3 Owner will finance. S2000/Acre.
mirror black/grey EFI AM-FM. no pets. 9645687. 4tchg paved parking. Good business Opportunity $200.000
cats, 5 speed. $500 down and 7/20-8/10 2 BEDROOM furnished house, nice, Phone 964-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125,000
refinance bal. of $7900. Call 964-7474, 1 OR 2 BEDROOM APT with utilities In after quiet. $250/mo. plus security. 964.6680 LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER In city no 301 SOUTH 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage 85.000
12 21 mobile homes. Zoned for modular
noon. 7/27.8/3
leave call 475-2873 and
message or cluded. Partially furnished; near RENTAL ON CALL STREET I I
leave message. Itchg 8/3 downtown. $175-$225. Call 964-9576 ONI BEDROOM HOUSE for rent: furnish- homes. 5000. Call 964-5764 from 8-5 .....HOMES.....
73 DODGE CHARGER excellent condition after 8 p.m. Itpd 8/3 ed. $200 month and $100 deposit. 2 p.m.: after 5 and weekends call HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR 2 ba. CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 40,000
runs good $1000. Also '75 CHEVY TWO BEDROOM HOUSE stove I miles on Rd. 16 East of Slarke at corner 96"-5251.3/16TFrw NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom 1 both 5 acret. Home hat new 20 yr. roof freshly
PICKUP excellent condition runs refrigerator furnished124 W. Jeffer of NE 10th St. 9647625. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 Inside. Owner 'Make an Offer!
painted soys
good. $1500. .Also '76 CUTLASS excellent son. $250/mo. Security deposit. Older TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME AC RALPH' BRYAN REALTY, ".-887B GREAT FIRST HOME FOR YOUNG COUPLE 2 bedroom 1 bath, carport porch
LAND 2/. ACRES UP with well A .
shape, $500. 496-2387 ask lor preferred. Days 964-5417, or eves private lot on Crlffls loop. Excellent septic.EZ NE 26th Ave.. Starke. 26.000
lisa. Itchg 8/3 4752813. Itpd 8/3 condition. No pets. 4682374. 2tchg South owner of financing. North of Lawtay or GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR 3 full baths A twos
7* LTD 4 door new paint new vinyl ON GOOD SHADED LOT 2 BR. 1 bath, 7/27.8/3 Hampton. sunbathing
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2 acres with sprinkler system
top. clean runs good. 9644572. Itpd $200. lit, lost A security. 3 BR, 2 BATH
83IS LANDI I LOTS OF LAND in every direction decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully
In country $250 lit lost A security. from Starke. From l,000/acre with EZ ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
IT TRUE Jeeps for $44 through theGov.rnm.nt ANIMALS ft PETS
4681175. Keep trying. Itchg 8/3
terms. OWNER FINANCE Ralford--2BR. I lBa, frame home, 1.63 .
? Call for facts! THREE BEDROOM 1 bath frame house.
1-312-742-1142 ext 609. 2lpd 8/3.10 $250 mo. 964.8333Itchg 8/3 RALPH BRYAN REALTY ""-887' landscaped
ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba concrete block window treatments
FOR RENT ONE BEDROOM, located 1 in both town.downttolrtapartment $175/mo. HAPPY JACK FLEA CARD all metal LAWTEY ACREAGE With Road Frontage. 3 ceiling font, CHSA stove, refrlg DW garage with door opener antenna
patented device controls fleas in the Call for details. MATHEWS REALTY, with rotary booster wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
plus deposit. Castles
Property home without pesticides or exterminators 9644469. brick smoker and
Inc., William D. Tiffin. Lie. Real Estate garden large patio area complete with BBQ grill Lazy
MOBILE HOMI LOTS with city water Broker 9645065. Itchg 8/3 Results overnight. GATOR II FOR SALE BY OWNER Putnam County Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse. total electric,
cable TV. 964-7491. FARM SUPPLY OLE GLORY FEED A wooded 1.3 Interlachen.
sewer 1/15TF 2 BR. 1 BATH HOUSE lots of acres near beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city located In town, $275 plus space, GOLDKIST STORES IN STARKE. 4tpd Homes only. End of cul-de-sac. $7995. HOME 4 BEDROOMS. 3'/i BATHS 402 St. Clair SI. .86 of on acre, foyer
water, sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. lease. Castles 71383COCKATIEL 8138561692. 4tpd 8/3-24 LR, DR. kitchen wrefrig, range/oven dishwasher fan/hood: den laundryroom
'*...7...*. 1/12TF year Property USA $ A PARAKEETS hand-fed.
Inc.. William D. Tiffin lie. Real Estate and an office, CHSA. enclosed carport ((2 cart), utility shop spaciousback
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. Broker 9645065. Itchg 8/3 Call 431-1203 or 4311172. 4tchg REAL ESTATE yard with security lights. $71,000
Close to prison Call 4681323. 3/9TF RESPONSIBLE MALE ROOMMATE 7/20-8/10 CLEAN, CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Ba plenty of storage space, CHSA wood
TWO BEDROOM mobile home: 964-8614 964-8045. llpd 8/3 CALVES FOR SALE Call 964-4873 or OUT OF AREA heater built-in stove 25x15 patio. 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,

or 9645768. 4tchg 7/13-8/3 2 BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home 3 miles 9648112. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 78.500
AQHA REGISTERED 3 old Buckskinmare.
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 1 BR apt. West of Starke. $260 p.r mo. Includes Good 4734435. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/lBa carpet cent heat window
Houck Apts. 830 N. Temple Ave. water and garbage tax. 9648813. Itpd $1200. Itpd 8/3 river access, $5450 Each. No air stove, refrlg DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38.000
2tchg 7/27-8/3 8/3 FOX TERRIER 7 mos. old. Fr. to good money down $65.41 monthly. Owner BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba CB wood floors, 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60,000
COW TRAILER FOR RENT 7823978. 2tpd home 9645433. Itpd 8/3 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
72783Bradford.PronertieSi REGISTERED BRAHMA cows and bulls, all BROOKERi brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
ages, very gentle. Prices vary. Days MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB CHSA. so near $ 40,000
: 1.752-5161 or eves 17520679. 2tchg HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.

'/>. ;; :. /.., .. ..........r; 8/3.10 Make Plans Now.... .Also 3 BR MH, 1 / ba, on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.

'Si MviStinents> j< WALKER DOGS ft PUPS for sale. For the Telegraph's 110th ....LOTS I ACREAGE....

.... ] AKC 964.2313.2tchgB/3.10 REGISTERED SHIH-TZU PUPPIES Birthday August 10-12! WALDO 4 lots city water well septic, 2 power poles. $ 28,000
; 'h' >> "
I DALEWOOD Two 75..150 lots or buy as 150x150, paved .trt. $ 12,500SE
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.; : :::;,ii",; R loa $200. 9604.5' Itchg 8/3 .."
C.9647630j: "- ; ,, 19th ST HAMPTON: 3 acres, 3 septic tanks, sub pump 2 power poles.access
.<&-s\> 11ZtL1L1116/Kit N8ro u to city water. $17,000

CROSBY LAKE CANAL 3 lots. concrete boot ramp $ 22.500
: Office Complex. Exciting Interior, Ample Parking Heart of .' GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and
Starke. Excellent for Physician. C.P.A.. Insurance Co.. Physical extending to Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, $165.000. Property can be divided.

Therapist or Other Professionals. Owner will Lease/Purchase. :.S_ R j.S1\IE: ;, OR, _, ,,DE.ASE'.:. .. Into two 100' lots, $65,000 each and one 92.65'.lot $"8.000.;
.c. n.1"8.i
LOT 9, GOLFAIR' RDi Country Club Estates, 1.11 1 acres: Moke An 700
Located close -
to other .
: Physician Offices & Shopping Center. ,," .. ..v".. .. .....1;. ..........,,,. \ I "CONERLY ESTATES lot 12 ; '.1 .< .".<> "$' O.OOO
; LAWTEY Five 105th Ave.. good Investment! he.. '."''$ 15,000
BY OWNER. acres
Frontage on State Hwy. 301 South Close to City Limit Zoned CI.
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50.000

Secluded Lake 43 Acres, with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 15,000
Fishing Lot. 700 Acre Lake. A Steal 9 25000.
Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In After Hours

Waterfront on Santa Fe Lake. Condo-Style Home. Dcach & Dock: Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up Anne TorwilUgar Nelson . . . . . .473.7541

Under $186.000. Owner will hold some paper. I e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964.3160

Alachua County Debra Connaughton. . . . . . . 964-2833
., '. LET US HELP YOU SELL YOUR PROPERTYI """* e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000
WE ADVERTISE OUT-OF TOWN. IN JAX. ORANGE PARK., \ e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

..,GREEN COVE; KEYSTONE. LAKE BUTLER. FALATKA..AND Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000
M1DDLEOURO. { "<\., e MOBILE HOME LOTS with without & well Classifieds Ads
WE SPEND THE MONEY-YOU GET THE SALEI ',>, '.. or septic hookup
; e 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 Get Results

For Sale or Lease.

200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre
1 e Building Lots in Smokerlse Subdivision Keystone $5.000 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI

2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22,500

6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15,000 I Aeceleratedlealfy fine. I
e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6,500 Each

e 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgls. $65,000

e New 2 BR 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease 964-4544

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd Starke $55.000

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Ronald E. Newman, Sr. Starke, Fl.

i: : :-presld.nllB 904-6881 ./ Home/ Lots ,/ Acreage/ Waterfront

f EQUAL HOUSINq Susan M. Faulkner, GRI.' REALTOR e Instant Financing No Points a Reasonable Interest Rates I Farms: Commercial : .

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. NEAR A READY TO LIVE IN > 3BR/2BA Frame, CHAA 2184 SF, Utility Room ,
S Enclosed Garage, 576 SF Workshop. Hampton Lake Access.
Located Hwy 301.2 blocks/ South of C.R.l00. 221 Lafayette IQ-n__ C i CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story CB & Wood Siding Home AC ,

I s Units, Elect. Heat. Well ft Septic 1 Acre' .

*TWO BEAUTIFUL HIGH ft DRY LOTS on County Road 230 A 13 St. N.E. Each lot OUTLAW COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB. CHftA. large Utility Bldg., ,
146x200. Total parcel 292x200. Asking 12500. Owner will finance. Fenced Area for Horses, 2.5 Acres -

*TWO BEDROOM, 2 bath on a corner lot. Needs some TLC. A steal at 26500. SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick, Family Room, CHftA. Stove ft
I *EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT In Lawtey 100x200. Also for a mobile home. 3000. Refrl 180 It. On the Water Well ft Septic.
rc *BEAUTIFUL CITY LOT 75x220. May be divided Into two parcels 75x110. Asking : e NORWOOD SID. 4BR/2BA Brick. CHSA Range, Refrl ft Dishwasher 6x6 .
=' $13.500. Porch. Sun Deck In Back 10x12. Well ft Septic/

1.1 *MOTHER-IN-LAW QUARTERS: upstairs, separate entrance 3 BR. 28a fireplace, 'a MXA NORTH OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick large Family Room CHftA. 2946 SF.,:2 | .
:5 built-in pool downstairs. '* Garages, large Family Room Porches, on 1.7 Acres. Nice Shade Trees,
0 Ej *SEVEN ACRES: small mobile home in lawtey. HWY 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB. Large Living Room Stove Refrl .ft j

*COUNTRY LIVING In town benefits, 7.75 acres, 3BR 2 Ba house. Dishwasher. 1 Acre. _
*TWO STORY on Cherry St. R.ntollncom. will pay mortgage payment. r MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home, CHAA. Above Ground Swimming I

: *KEYSTONE 315-C. 5 acres with mobile home 31500. REALTOR! l *riynn Pool Storage Bldg., Large Lot w/Landscaplng. '
:4 I *BEAUTIFUL LOT BRICK VENEER: 2 Ig. BR, could be counted as 3 BR, with JV4 ''' | 'FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHIA, 20x30 I

:I .. both nice quiet area. Workshop. Fishpond Well I Septic. .
y WATERFRONT over I acre with 100' on water, under 30000. ''id I till Sor\i. .. W. tfI 6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Frome w/Porches All Around, Stove, I

:'i *NICI 3 BR 1 Vi bath on 1 acre with' nice Ig. trees. Reduced to $40.000. I .Tftrv.t C<3 iimijr'.u Refrl Wood Burning Stove, Pole Barn 24x50. Tool She Bx9,'Well ft Septic ,

:t *GOLPVIEW BUILDING LOTS only 3 Uft. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH Commercial ft Residential, 300-Foot Frontage, Two. I
: *J 3/4 ACRES wooded to build mobil. home Mobile Homes ft Comm. Bldg., Well ft Septic.
or on.
put 6 Bedrooms, 3'A baths, CHftA. 6 fireplaces, ever 5000 SF on one acre.
=j *COMMERCIAL 10 ACRES with city utilities, over 500' frontage on 301. CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA. CB ft Frame, -CHftA' Stove &. Refrl.1536 SF, Nice
+, *APPROX. 3/4 ACRI with 2 or could' b. 3 BR, 1 bath 186' on Hwy. 301. Only Corner lot.
*PlNIIIIIUID' well kept CB 3/1 M CHAA. 39000.
ON SAMPSON RIVER 38R/2'. IA. Two-Story Log Home, CHftA Stove.
*FRAME 3/1 on 3 acres, 38x30 pole barn fruit trees, and more.
Refrl ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front ft Back Porches, Enclosed Garage, Well
230 lot. '
*HWY. 82x450 building Has well.
: .
*CEDAR HOME an 1 acre, CHftA rang. I, 38000. ft lot. .
Septic Large
E *TWO 1-ACRI TRACTS for Assumable
: *THRII ECONOMY HOMES ranging from $16.000 to $24,000. 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB. large living ft Dining Room.
'*NICE DOUBLEWIDI 1 call for details.
on acre, extras,
many FARM HOUSE: CHftA on 28 acres 2 barns, pecan grove. 87000. '
:1 *DRASTIC REDUCTION) On these !Hampton Lake lots. Call tadoy.._'!- I last I i: IRICK/ 4 BR. 2'/i Ba CHAA, FP. Rnge I Refrl., DW over 5 acres.IN Family Room, Kitchen w/Breakfast SELECTED Nook PROPERTIESWALDO CHftA Garage Well ft Septic.

(long I STARKIt Close to hasp, CB. 3/1. CHAA Big Rooms! 38500.
*LEASE/PURCHASE this beautiful home nestled among oaks and Hampton PRIVACY. : close In. 2/1 frame, chain link fence, 16000. +Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home Lot 100x200 leet.
I Lake Oaks. Many extras! *SAMPSON LAKI LOT owner anxious, wants offer, listed 15000. HOME BLDG LOTS Hwy. 16W City Water ft Sewage, Owner Financing.
j t ,*38 ACRES. LAWTEY AREA: Brick home, 4 BR, 2 ba large barn fenced.' *LAKI COTTAGE on clear sand-bottom lake, 17 miles from Starke. $44,900. HOMI BLDG LOTS Shady Oaks S/D Brooker. .

*COUNTRY LIVING at the right price! 10 acres with Immaculate house. Lawtey *CHARMING 3/2 stucco on 1 acre CHAA. FP..DW, range, refr., extra Insulation POUR "-''CIII TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
..iI'I' .. .energy efficient. Paved driveway, nice landscaping. See this one! 65000. I THREE ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing '
: *FOUR BEDROOM HOMI with five acres. Owner will finance. sVlAROI LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage suitable to store motor home. LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water.I .
.-; 1. *FWCI REDUCTION on these lots In town. $2,800 each. *COMMERCIAL South US 301 3 acres plus with metal bldg. A mobile home.: ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Rood. Will Divide.
,,*ENJOY YOUR POOL In trill gorgeous relaxed country setting. Trees galore on WILL ft SEPTIC TANK on 1 1/4 acres, Ironed for MH. (REDUCED(. 10 Acres -Pecan Grove Will Divide. Well ft SeptK. Owner Financing.
k approximately 4 acres, 3 BR 2 Ba horde. Must see. Priced right I *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORYl brkk A cedar farm home, ../2 Vi, 72 acres. t Acre Well, Septic and Power Pole. Has Cypress Pond.

*LAWTEY ARIA nice: home, CHAA on I acre, quiet and peaceful. (REDUCED) 6 ACRES i Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water Sewage.
*LAKE LIVING AT ITS BUT Beautiful high A dry lot area's flnests home. B ACRES Hwy. 301 South.

Call One of Our Professionally *COUNTRY LIVINGS over 2400 s.f., CHAA, 5 acres, paved road. extra nice. f.. ACRES Frontage on New River. Well I Seotic.If .

Trained Staff Today.....964-5059 -- MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP A T ACCELERATED
Call us About AFTER KOURSiWeyne

After Hours Call These Realtor Associate: LAKE LOTS .HOMES ACREAGE Douglas. U3 Bill Gwen...4...<.. I
Bill Dodd.964-7408 "- l' Clerk........94-6131 I ,
L I Irene L FauIkner-:..964-5U2 9BUILDING LOTS Ie COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Nevis word.,....7414 _

.. .partene Godwin. 454-2503. J We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings


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.j WANT TO DRINK I MO OLD PIT BULL Male White with LAKE COTTAGE On Spring Lok*. For
THATS YOUR BUSINESS I TRACTOR TIRES WANTEDi I need black patches. Clipped tall. Very sale by owner.Sandy beach, swim ski 5. TO 30 ACRES with large concrete RICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
WANT TO STOP? two matched 28" tractor tires for friendly. Answers to Hooter. Last seen fish 2 BR/1 BA. Kit., LR/DR tomb.7ropen Jt barns. Also new doublewide on 1 acre bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swim
: THAT'S OURS I Money Ferguson. Call 782-3660 leave on Golf St. Please call 473-4587 with porch well utility room w.ll4 or larger In country. Call 496-3939 ming pool and satellite. Large oaks.
Alcoholic Anonymous menage If no aniwer. TFm| any Information. 1tchg8/3 100 ft. on lake deep lot $57,000 cash. days 454-1595 evenings tfn/chg. $119,500. Call 496-3939, days and
1 'e4-361*,964-4150,S64-I614 4733151. Stchg 8/3.31 6/22 454-1595, evenings tfn/chg. 6/22
pd 8/3-10/12 HOMESFOR BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE- with 165 ft. on" DOUBLEWIDE ON I ACRE custom built. 2
: CHAIN LINK FENCE, Installed. Fr.. SERVICES Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 sq. H. 't bedroom. Fenced with large oaks.Owner .
estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., SALE Retiring owner must sell Assumable financing available. Must sell.
DIVORCE $M In office mall.Weddings
Owner Tommy Reddish, 964-85S9' TF or by mortgage. $149,500. 14734375. 4tchg Call 496-3939 days. 454-1595, evenIngs -
r WELL DRILLING, PUMPS $25, Name change stepchild 7/13-8/3 .
SERVICE tfn/chg. 6/29 OFFICE
Ourrone SPACE 150 W. Main Street
Pump A Supply Co., Water HUGHES MOBILE SALE adoption, wills, legal seperatlon. Between ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate MUST) SELL Four or more acres, partly $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
,/ systems specialists. 864 N. Temple EAGLES HOMES.Starke Mlddl.burg and Orange Park. garage with 2 acres, $29,500 O8O or 2 cleared with trees. Reduced price forcash FOR RENT mobile homes and mobile
Ave.. US 301. NEST HOMES kit form or 272-3029 Btod 76.824PERSONAL lakeside homes, 4 $55,500 OBO;
Stark. acres
32091. 9/8TF erected ihell. 3 .. or 20 percent down owner financIng home lots. Apply at Managers Office.
3 .
men day 964.8447
.1 TUTORING SERVICES If your child barely or eves 473-3627. 4/20TF SERVICESSEWING Keystone Heights area. 1659.277"71'J0 easy terms. 14622683. I tpd. 8/3 415 S.W. 7th Ave. Lake Butler 7/13
passed this Ifnchg
year, 3 month vacation 4tpd 8/3.
t can only mok.s luxury'
things worse. Call TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Inresidential
96.4.8594.5/11TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY.'"-7' MACHINES NOT WORKING condo. Garage, screened porch' I HELP WANTED
ALTERATIONS BEST BUY 3/1 frame, CH8A. In town Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor area. Air conditioned. $190
zippers h.m., buttonholes $26,000. Work guaranteed. Used machines $50 per month with $100 security deposit.
4 weekends
patch., otc. Drop off and tfnchg BE ON TV many needed for commer Call 496-3452 afternoons and even-
REDUCED and 7/20
$2.5001 3 BR 2 bo, on SR 230. up. tfnchg CONDOMINUM IN HIGHLANDS NC
pick up. 7 day. a week 7 o.m.-8 p.m SEPTIC TANKS PUMPEDand drain lines cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting Ings. 8/3 2tpd. 8/10
964-5587. Pinehurst ? living/dining room, family room with AREA Above 4,000 feet. Only $32,000 Info. Call
Variety (6157797111.) 1 ext. T-946.7/6
across .
fireplace relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford
from South.lde garage and complete with $20,000 assumable mortgage OIS 5tpd. 83IMMEDIATE
5/25TF Hwy. 100 S. satellite system. 59500. Septic Tanks, Starke. 964-8121. 7/6 percent Call 4752306. 3tchg727.810BRICK NOTICE
OPENINGS lake Butler
STRICKLAND'S 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA tfnchg HOME With mother.In-low suite. Appar.1 -

VICEl all moke SEWING and models MACHINE SER. enclosed patio, on 1 acre, close to BERGER A CO. .House Cleaning 3 BR, 2 bath, office fireplace, large> Good Company benefits Daytime employment Will CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
package train
cleanedoiled Specialist Thanks for -
town. your response. bright kitchen, whirl pool fenced yard
and adjusted $15. New Apply In Phone 4963601. 7/13 to the Union County Times office -
and person.
us "I will give the
RALPH BRYAN REALTY'"-117'It. your property same extra building lot sprinkler system 2
ed. Hwy. 233 8 16 (Morgan Rd.) respect I want others to give mine." wells, workshop detached 1 br kitchen 4tchg. 8/3. In writing and paid In advance
964-8733. 6/8TF ; Keystone area. 4730885. 2tpd 8/3.10 equipped with EASY WORKI I Excellent pay I Assemble unless credit is already establishedwith
LAWN MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UP THREE BEDROOM, V/t both 2 story HOUSECLEANING Weekly, biweekly, $84,995 priced to sell I".I\"t.garage.:\ products at home. Call for Information. this office
low rate, free estimates. Call J.C., from., 16x16 storage, attached garage anytime. Reliable references, hard Realty James E. Powell, Lie. Broker 1(504)641-8003.( ) ext. 8401. Itpd. 8/3 Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5
9649240. 4tchg 7127.8/17 with storage 44x28 shelter 14x50 work.r. Call Cindy, 4739059. 4tchg 4734961weekdays. Itchg 8/3. ATTENTION HIRING! Government |jobs P.M., prior to Thursday publication.

C.C.'S PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES mobile home on 10 acres 74000. Call 7/20-8/10 RENT OR SALE By owner. Lake v.lw your area. $17,840 69485. Call Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50,
licensed, Insured, references collect 0.259.6649, Patricia Gray Realty CHILD CARE Before and after school with occ.... 3 BR, 2 and a half bath, 1(602)8388885( ) ext. R9127. 8/3 3tpd. then 15 cents for each word thereafter
Total core carpets, tile, everything.Residential 5/25TF my home near KH school. BeginningAug. large fenced yard. CHSA, carport, 8/17
and commercial 782.3089. RENTAL HOUSE In Starke for Sale:2 BR. 1 21. Call Tomro, 4732490. quiet neighborhood. $425/mo plus LAKE BUTLER APPAREL IS TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR SALE
4tchg 7/20-8/10 bath, full basement two stock block DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING deposit. 473.3940 ltchg8/3. for night watchman.
WE COME TO YOUI) auto and truck home, CHSA, currently rented. MUST HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call which Includes janitorial duties and WATERBED Call
repairs. Also clean garages and yard. SELL-REDUCED to 25500. Eves LaRue Leveling, Service for all your FOR SALE food service person, which also Includes BOOKCASE 8/3
4963644. Itchg.
964-9673. 3tchg 7120-8/3 4733627. 6/8TF foundation repairs. Keystone, janitorial duties Full time work.
ROOFING AND REPAIRS Pressure 473.7721.7/9TF benefit package paid holidays and FISHING WORMS $1 cup. This weekend
PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party'to only. Western Auto Lake Butler
paid vacation In
washing. Call 9646341. Terry Parks. Apply person at 650
7/27TF -- assume small monthly payments S.E. 2nd Street. 8/3 2tchg. 8/10 Itchg. 83TROLLING
Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. MOTOR Trolling motor guide,
WEBB AND DENT LAWN CARE SPECIAL NOTICE! Credit Dept. 904-254-8481 3tchg foot control. $299. Western Auto, Lake
Reasonabl.'prlces, free..tlmat... Call 7/20.8/3 MOBILE HOMES Butler. Itchg. 8/3

Theron485.2795 or Greg- 4311423. TWO GATE CITY single beds and box FOR SALE LAWN CHAINS $3.99, limit 2. Western
4tpd 7/27-8/17 EARLY DEADLINE
springs Profile water skis 1985 Ford Auto. Lake Butler.' Itcha. 8/3

PAINTING-INTERIOR/EXTERIORS station wagon. 434186.2tchg7127.83 UTILITY TRAILER lights, $250.
Pressure washing, wallpaper hung, BANK REPOS 1985 and up. $500 down on
heetrock repairs. Guaranteed work at The 110th Special Edition IS HP MITSBUSHI Diesel garden tractor. 14' wide $1,000 down on doublewldes. 431-1568.Itchg' 8/3

a reasonable price. Call 964.8961 for a 75 hrs. 42 Inch finish mower, 48 Inch Bad credit or no credit. You can buy.
free estimate. 3tpd 7/27-8/10 Will Be Released Next Week! -- earth mowing blade. wheel tilt Call 755-5114, Crlcle B Mobile Homes No Down Payment'HandiHouse
CSC CARPET SHAMPOO SPECIAL 1st trailer. 16 mas. old. Call Tom 473.3752. Lake City.

room $25, each additional room $10. ltchgB/3 CIRCLE B HOMES Is your factory outlet

Minimum 2 rooms 7823089. 3tchg Due to the size of next week's special edition paper, it ANTIQUES Roll top desk, pump organ, for Clayton Homes. Built In Lake City,
7/27-8/10 hall tree, 1929 GE refrlger. 1935 sold in Lake City. Come tour the plant. C&C Mini-Storage
TRACTOR WORK mowing No |lob too will take us all night Tuesday and most of the day Maytag gas-operated wringer type Call 755-5114 and buy at factory cost.

small. Call 964-5444 or 9642844. Itchg Wednesday to address and deliver papers. Therefore, washing( machine. Call Tom, 473.3752. Circle B Mobile Homes, Lake City. 9648848Garages

8/3 there will be early deadlines 1tchg8/3 1990 ((14'x70') Three bedroom 2 bath.
GOT VIDEO OR TV PROBLEMS Who ya' TRAMPOLINE 14 ft. round w safety Clayton Home. 111,995 set-up and
gonna call? Call Video Doctor, ALL ARTICLES AND ADVERTISEMENTS WILL pads. Ex. Cond. 4737483. Best Offer delivered. $750 down, payments $167 Greenhouses

4311273. Free estimates and local HAVE TO BE IN THE OFFICE BY MONDAY at 5 ltchgB/3 per month. Call 755-5114."Circle B Storage
pickup. 2tpd 7127-8/3 HALF PRICE Contour chair lounge with Mobile Homes, Lake City. 131'v;
P.M. No !
exceptions .
AIR COOLED ENGINES New factory vibrator. Same as new. 473 2208. 2tchg 8/3 Stchg 8/31 301 S. ,
warranted from 3 hp to 23 hp. Several The paper will be printed Tuesday evening, instead of 8/3-10 AcrossFrom
MOTOR HOME 1982. 24 ft.'Trovelcraf ..
brands Installation available,
Wednesday.BE Come Join In ?
964-6529. 3tpd 8/3-17 52,000 miles. All the extras: 19500..
4737989. ltchoB/3 'DANCE Aug. 12. celebrating KOA/
stlmates. 11 yrs experience. SURE TO GET YOUR COPY OF NEXT WEEK'S HELP WANTED,' '' the Telegraph's 110th Wal-Mart

964-5945 ask for Wayne or leave PAPER! IT WILL BE A COLLECTOR'S ITEM FOR .,. Anniversary I

message. Itpd 8/3 SURE! PART TIME janitorialposition :atKeystone
Heights Library. 15 hours a.

$5 PRODUCTS Specify easily combs,made Rt. 1,Instructions Box 54A .... .. EXPERIENCED week. Call 4734286.HAIRDRESSER 2tchg8/3.a'.rtfleded" :. Correctional Officer I

Brooker, 32622. 2tpd 8310ST. Hair designs by Joyce H WfKeystone
GEORGE'S MISSION for homelessmothers HOMES FOR SALE FOR RENT Village Square. 473-4940. 2tchg8/3-10" Salary $16,100 annually (after training) with a benefit .

'r problems.and Open Starke Teenage and surroun-drug ._-*- COMMERCIAL SPACE available In ATTENTION assembly wbriu, Excellent InfitTireimftfrfj'ncen>4! forttome HOP ::;V Sc J dag ?'yEorti1; over 4000. Minimum qualiflcatiohs:

yt ooOu5"Pa! area. We still need volunteer MATHES, \U-44t'(: sHIS1'dRlCAti Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. .Dept. P5425,2tpd8/3.17 I 1 Must meet requirements of Florida Statute 943 I
W 000) rpth.r.; and sisters l '9 frv'P" ,u..t b;,''P the One of Starke'* oldest 2 ft. *> 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and vltlblll-_ PART TIME COOK and nurses old>pas ,
t less fortunate. We need your sup story homes. Just remodeled. Very affordable ty In both locations 473-3193 or lions available at New Life Acres.' including but not limited to High School Diploma or
port' financial. food and household at 42500. 473-7683, leave message. 7/6 tfnchg 475-2108. 2tchg8310. S
Items. 964-9612. 2tpd 7/27-8/3 PEACEFUL QUIET Near Southslde MOBILE HOME-23 bedroom, partially GED. Citizen of the United States have obtained age

FOR ANY TYPE OF YARD WORK at Elementary. Brick 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA, furnished. $135 a month up. 473-7566 SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC): 5 yrs.Yexpi. 19 and Must also successfully'
reasonable prices Call anytime, corner lot.THERESSAI or 473-7810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 References. Manning Lownmqwer, pass a physical exam.

782.3894, Kevin. 2tpd 8/3.10 Enjoy country living In this ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficien 4737675. Itchg 8/3 J complete a urine drug test. Males between 19-26 must
WILL WATCH* CARE for your child or Infant beautiful 3/2 CB on one wooded acre. cy. Laundry and dock facilities. $275 '
: In my home. All shifts. HRS Reg. $55,000. per month, plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6 YARD SALES j present proof registration with the Selective Service.
9643521. Itpd 8/3 HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick beauty tfnchg ) .
NEED ALTERATIONS, sewing done ((1987)), one acre commute to Starke or IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE 21 N. WALNUT BED Small table and c J.,irsi.
before school? Call 9642256. Itpd 8/3 Gainesville. See to appreciate. across street from Hardees. 12'X34', Porch furniture, wicker rockers Mlia Interested persons should contact:
RITE WAY ROOFING COi shingles, leaks MATHEWS REALTY,64-44" $275 adjoining 20'X32',$350. 473-4375. I
chairs, chaise lounges; bahama aeds1: R. Nate Holton Personnel
fixed, re-roofs, new roofs, mobile 7/13 tfnchg drapes, linens, boys bicycle I and Manager ;
homes, carpentry 8 yard work. Free COUNTRY ATMOSPHERE with 3V4 acres, 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred.AC clothes, petite dresses, twin spreads,, New River Correctional InstituteP.
estimates. W.T. Turner Starke, attractive, quality built 3 BR, 2 bath full bam refrigerator, everything furnished new. Misc. 3 families. County 18 to
964.3392.9(04-2976.964-7612. Itpd 8/3 like new brick home near Keystone. except cooking gas. $250 Crystal Lake. Thurs. and Fri. 473. 341. O. Box 333
HOUSEPAINTINGi Interior or exterior. Great buy at $65,000. Call Century 21 month $50 deposit. 4732667. 4tchg 1 ltpd8/3. I
Raiford FL 32083or
Free estimates. 964-8045. 4tchg 8/3-10 Showcase Properties, Broker NEW 7/20-8/10 1 BR On Lake Bedford furnished FRI AND SAT 7541 Golf St. off of Pecan" ,
4734903. 4tchg 7/27-8/17 St. at Paradise Ridge. 1tchg8/3:\ phone
utilities Inc. CH/A. No smoking or
BR. new 473-7769 BAKE SALE Hot dogs and chili dogs'Sat.Aug. .
47'x95' lot in Raiford. $14,750. Coll drinking. $325/mo. plus dep.
5 at 9 a.m. Captain' Grogs! (904) 964.4000
R. V. DURRANCEPUMP 964-4066.2tpd 7/27-8/3 Lot with shed. ((904)) Restaurant. Highway 100, tokeGen.vo
KH and
THREE BEDROOM l'/i bath brick ven..rhome 1tpd8/3. .1| Preference shall be given to veterans spouses

& SUPPLY many improvements such as 7240073. 2lpd8/3-10. SAT Aug. 5, 7 a.m to 3 p.m. Hwy. 26 W. Veterans
CHSA, ceiling fans throughout THREE BEDROOM, IVi bath, $400 month. of Melrose past pecan farm. 1 fpdd/3 po-RR-5376 EOE/F
-WellDrilling I wallpaper, wood privacy fenced 964-2313 evenings. 6tchg 7/6-8/10 FIVE FAMILY Couch, chairs, dresser
I backyard. Located on Hwy 16 West. tools, children's clothes and toys. Misc. I -
Rotary 2" to 6" Call 9644526. Itchg 8/3 MOBILE HOMES Items. August 4, 5,9 a.m.". 5 p.m 15G" j'A'' 'S

TWO BEDROOM HOME for sale, partially SALE Satsuma St. ltpd8/3 1 2 ACRE
-PumpsAll furnished. 430 Center St. $18,000. r

Good rental prospect.Want quick sale. .., TRACTS I
12X60 2BR/1Both, central airheat.Clay : .
1 Call 964-6286 after 5 p.m. Itpd 8/3 County, landscaped acre lot. Paved LAND FOR SALE .. '
FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath central air In .
rood frontage with deep well Par I SECRETARY .. FOR SALE
Raiford. Recently remodeled. 34900. tially furnished. Close In. 19500. LAKE LOT Hill Crest Ooks,<*14. EXECtrI1VE6ECRETART" ,
Owner-fin. 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TF- 4737500. 2tpd8/3-10 $500 down, $181 month..Priori I WORD PROCESSOR

jmm 12X60 2BR 1 both with appliances. 473-4367 after 6 p.m.' 475-367S>!4i6d HOME SroDY IRES. TRAINING Bouless HiahuxxuIncludes t
9 ACRE TRACT 4 acres of mature pines, $1.500. ((904)) 3881850. 2tchg8310. 8/10-8/31( %, Sj
Ie 5 acres of Improved drained property, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MH' 'Iclsffitrpy Septic y

pecan trees, fruit trees, mobile home LOVELY '83 FLEETWOOD with all County. Some on paved road,Cloiesn Tank
well, septic. Great building site for amenities, 3/2 FR. covered full length KH. $500 down $78 month : ; *. ASSISTANCE .d.J

small ranch. Located 1 mile from patios, dbl. CP 20x31 xl 1M, short walkto 4tchg 7/13-8/6 '\. 7Cl1': ... 1-8OO-327-7728 qj I1-Jl@qzJl ,
,f 1 Starke Golf Course. 34900. 964-8602 Lake Geneva. 42500. MATHEWS ..; ..
after 6 p.m. TFJmm REALTY Stark, 9644469.TF ,; ADhr.ofA.C.T.Corp. ..
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\\00 AA4 children who miss her. Any Information. At g 11

E'rl & Weekends: .. 782-3267 eves and ,weekends.. .AIRLINES CRUISE LINES Grinding j
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MOBILE HOMES Let's Party. .. Party !
I I Starke Ads 1 FOR SALE .

SATURDAY, Aug. 199014.70 CLAYTON HOME 3 BR, 2 be. St.. behind lawtey Elementary School.All 110th anniversary with a mammoth

$11,995 set up and delivered. $750 kind of odds and ends, Including edition (consisting of approximate 8 sections), com-
down payment: $167 per month. Call baby Items. Itchg 8/3 plete with never-before-released pictures, history
7SS-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl. YARD SALE: Friday 8.3 Saturday
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR SALE 8/3-31 p.m. lessons you may have never heard before and many
8-12 noon. 1356 Blanding St., Saratoga little known facts about the county in which we live!
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath 14x48 mobile
IVINRUDE OUTBOARD motor 10 hp home, cathedral ceilings, ceiling font, 8/3 goods, etc. Itpd To cap off this occasion and to honor our own Editors

with hose and tank. 9648424. Itpd 8/3 CHSA. excellent condition. Call GARAGE SALE 8.2 Emeritus Eugene L. Matthews, we will host a reception

SPACE! 500 iq. ft. for rent on LOVI t FORGIVENESS PROBLEMS Marriage 964.6718 or 964.5719 alter 5 p.m. Itpd Household Items,Saturday baby crib clothe p.m., at the KOA banquet room on Friday evening
Hwy 301, Starke. Apply at Durrance or relationshipsailing? Choosethe 8/3 lots Club Estates Rd. August 11, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. This affair will be opento
more Country e
Pump S Supply. 964.7061.. 8/25TF adventure and challenge to love as 1990 DREAM HOMES are In. All 3 BR, 2 230. Itpd 8/3 the public and you will drop in to help us
FOR SALE BV OWNERS small mobil. God to love Read I Cor. Chop. 13 spec
says both doublewldet are on tale Now I YARD SALE Frl' 8 Sat., 9 a.m.-4 celebrate this very occasion.
home park on Crllfls Loop (Rd. 100-A). In your Bible True love never fails or Call Mobile Hornet p.m. I will
Hughes Starke Boys clothes, toys, Jr. size barbell set 8 Then Saturday, August 12, from 6 to 11 p.m., we
Four lots with three mobile, homes and causes fear For help and
or Insecurity
9646407. Itchg 8/3 tome (junk. North 301 turn right Textile sponsor a lively street dance so we can all party
room for more. Rental Income $700 a free Bible write: Don & Elizabeth SUMMER IS ALMOST OVER come tee all Town second house on left. Itpd 8/3 and enjoy some good old fashioned fun I This
monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or 7257 Andromeda Lane, Keystone H..., our new 4 BR, 2 both doublewldet. '! GARAGE SALE dining room suite affaIr will be held in downtown Starke on Call Street in

964.4430 or 9648705. 2/161F Fl. 32656. 4tchg 7/20-8/10 Volume priced I Hughes Mobile household Items baby clothe, horse front of the Telegraph office and in the parking lot of
Hwy. Hornet, Starke 9646407. Itch
tack 8 more. Sat. 9.3 Seminole Santa Fe Community College.
negotiable Contact Ron Denmark 4100 excellent working condition. In. SPACIOUS 14xSO 3 BR, 2 bath
eludes disk S St.. Klngsley lake. Itpd 8/3 Smoked and barbecued chicken dinners will be cooked
'I64.5516.4/13TF 964.5128
mower. or value. Today only $259 per month. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE household Items.Frl .
and served by Lawtey Unlimited, beginning at 6
FOR LEASE: Across from KOA/Wal-Mart. 964-2796. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 Hughes Mobile Homes, Starke,
REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft.-$600; 1250 GRAIN-FED CHANNEL CATFISH 2 to 3 Ib. 9646407. Itchg 8/3 8 Sat. Children clothes, boys 67. p.m. These dinners probably won't last long, so comeon
girls 4-6 men and ladle North 301 8 down around S so can get tummy full and a
sq ft430. 1000 sq ft290. 964 8447 average. You catch. $1.50 per lb. ALL 1989 SINGLEWIDES at drastically you your
or eves 473.3627. 6/15TF 7823635. 2tpd 7/27-8/3 reduced prices) 2 BR S 3 BR models 225. Itchg 8/3 good spot for the featured acts of the evening I
FOR RENTi opprox 13 acre prime commercial UPRIGHT FREEZER Sears Coldspot available. Hurryl I Hughes Mobile Like back school Friday p.m. We will have some toe-tapping lively music provided -
to clothes. RowIng
property 100 feet Highway 100 frostless, like new large capacity Hornet, Starke, 9646407. Itchg 8/3 machine new and lots 1006 Clark by Arnie Hauger's Southbound Band from 6 to 11
frontage Lake Butler. 6513066. "Itpd $375. 964.8384 or 9645064. Itchg 8/3 WANT THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY St. behind Roberts Insurance. 8/3
83 EXTRA LARGE CAPACITY WASHER runs, Shop Hughes Mobile Homes, Starke SATURDAY ,., : Hampton lake '/ p.m.To kick off this old-timey celebration, what would be
COMMERCIAL RENTAL 3200 plus ft. but needs $50. 4734435. Itpd p.m. than Starke's W. B.
sq repair 18009404644. Itcha 8/3 mile off 301 on Hwy. 18. Itchg 8/3 more appropriate own McKinneyon
on historical Call Street business 8/3 8 FAMILY YARD SALE Aug. 45. Atari violin accompanied by Bill McRae on guitar. These
dIStrict. Old Dime Store, will renovatefor AIR CONDITIONER 18.000 BTU with YARD SALES dinette ..t. saxophone weight bench two talented gents will play gospel and old time
good tenant. Call Bill Green automatic cut off and thermostat
radio formal wear Epllady .t.r.a. favorites you will surely love to heart! The McKinney-
9042227500. 4tpd 8/3.24 used 2 months, like new. Call 964-5422
SATURDAY a.! ) something for clothe, misc. items 4 miles North of McRae duo will begin about 7 p.m.
anytime during day. 2tpd 8/3-10 p.m.
Items, adults & Starke on 301. Itchg 8/3 More old-fashioned entertainment has been plannedwe
SEVERAL ITEMS 2 sectional everyone. Baby
FOR SALE $250 OBO pc. headboard children clothe, lots more 16 W. at REMODELING SALE Trail Motel Satur know you will want to see... the Jewelettes from the
full/queen $20,
bedspread $15; 5 ft. stereo concole 670 Glendale St. after you pan Starke day 9-S p.m. Table, chairs, blankets, 1 Macclenny area. These 'Golden Girls' will surely
Elementary. Itchg 8/3 keg draft beer dishes, many more delight and amaze you with their prowess and abilities.
$35. Call after
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. 533.2210 6 p.m. 2tchg
Items that are being replaced. Itchg The girls are scheduled to .m. and
SALE appear
$14.99 month. Coll 9646946. TF 8/3.10 YARD Saturday Aug. 3 9-4 p.m. 1 times
NEWSPAPER per BENTWOOD ROCKER $50. 964.4984 mile East of Hampton on SR 18. 7/27 will surely have you in the spirit of the
aluminum YARD SALE Sat. 10.30 until. We will behaving
: ; We have souvenir items all in the office
measures 24x36". $50 each. Great for after 5 p.m. Itpd 8/3 Clothes ladies leant (sizes 7.9)), baby things and clothes, gotten our
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 VITO ALTO SAXOPHONE excellent con jewelry shorts, jackets, housewaret, and It 7/27 to now. These items will be on sale at the reception and
come buy tee ut.
W. Call St. 964.6305. TF dition. Used only 1 yr. $395. 9645176. etc. Itpd 8/3 also the street dance. Charges on these souvenir items

NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer 2tpd 83.10SEVERAL 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat. 9.3 p.m. are:
regular machines and sergers. ITEMS 16' boat and trailer Lawtey between Commissary Store 8 HELP WANTEDRN T-SHIRTS: grey only adults sizes $3.50 each.

Pinehurst Variety Store, across from $375; Litton microwave $75; oak living Handy-Way on CR 225. Itchg 8/3 .STADIUM CUSHIONS: black only, $3.50 each.
Southslde Elementary School. room suite, newly recovered $150. YARD SALE Corner Hwy 301 S 225. POSITIONS 2 full-time positions .GLASS COFFEE MUGS: clear glass with black lettering

9645587. TF 9645318. Itpd 8/3 Dishes, bath sets, clothes, lamps, available. Med/Surg experience $2.50..ANNIVERSARY.
ALICIA HAY for sale in roll. Arthur AIR, CONDITIONER window unit. 12,000 linens, etc. Saturday 8.4 p.m. (Itchg 8/3 preferred Paid time off program. App- EDITION NEWSPAPER: $1.00
Gasklns. 7823140. 6/8TF BTU heating 8 cooling $150. ALSO LARGE PORCH YARD SALE Frl A Sat., ly to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery each; $2.50 to mail. If you are a regular subscriber

HAND! HOUSE portabl. buildings, king-size waterbed with heater $100. 845. Pattl't House of Crafts, corner Center SR 100 8 121, lake Butler. will automatically receive your copy of this anniversary -
storage buildings, garages, 9646341. Itchg 8/3 Hwy 16 S Walnut St., Starke. Lots of 496.2323.3/16W edition, without extra charge.
greenhouses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. FOR SALI OR TRADE FOR TABLE SAW crafts and supplies, clothes of all sixes., JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN .AUSTRALIA What can be better than good old fashioned fun and

Hwy. 301 South. 9648848. 7/13TF Wagner W500 power painter with 75 ft. household goods, misc. items, furniture Openings available In several areas. celebrating? Come on out! Bring your family and
TRAILER rear-end of pickup convertedto of hose. 7823570. Itpd 8/3 barrel table & chairs. Itpd 8/3 Will train. For Info call ((312)) 7428620. friends! Bring a lawn chair! Meet and greet
trailer. Complete with tail-lights and CURRIER SPINET PIANO Model 75P, with YARD SALE 412 Bridges St. Furniture ...,. 362. 4tpd 7/13.8/3 Do your
neighbors some toe-tapping knee-slapping, belly-
turn signals. Just right for hauling bench $700. 9644290. Itpd 8/3 tools building supplies, camper. Sat 4 GROUP HOME RELIEF OPERATOR: must
laughing, and hoe-downing!
Good 1917 RASCAL SENIOR CITIZENS Sun 7.5 p.m. Itpd 8/3 have 5
riding mowers etc. big mud-grip own transportation. day week
Don't miss .. we'll be for
tires. $225. Can be seen at 909 N. SCOOTER: Model 210. Used only twice. SATURDAY AUG. 5: 540 Weldon St., Eves 5 p.m.-9 p.m.. call 9643429.4tchg our birthday party. looking
Thompson. 3t 7/20.8/3 Like new. Cost $2700 now asking near Vo-Tech. Children clothes, old 7/20-8/10- YOU I

LIVESTOCK TRAILER 20 ft. Hale trailer $1500. 9644290. Itpd 8/3 VCR portable phone, etc. 9.1 p.m. Itpd ANYONE CAN APPLY Guaranteed I

$1800. 1964 International pickup $650. FURNITURE dining set, dresser 3 8/3 VIsa/MC US charge. Even with bad
9644514. 2tchg 8/3 cushion sofa. All for $150. 9645499. FRIDAY SATURDAY 8:30.7: p.m. Edwards credit. No one refused. Call ((213))
PIANO FOR SALE: Responsible party to Itpd 8/3 Rd. from 301 2 miles, grey houseon 925.9906 ext. U4424. 4tpd 7/20.8/10
take up low monthly payments on VERY NICE pull-out sleeper sofa light left. Furniture, clothes, misc. CancelIf ATTENTION-HIRING) Governmentjobs Come join In our STREET Make Plans Now.... I

beautiful console piano. Call toll free. blue S gray $200. ALSO 6 drawer rain. Itchg 8/3 your area. $17,840-569,485. Call DANCE Aug. 12. celebrating For the Telegraph's' 11 Oth
18003462450. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 bureau (walnut) $100. Call 9645941. YARD SALE Sat 8 Sun 9 am until. Jeans, 16028388885. Ext R 3493. 2lpd the Telegraph's 110th
CORN PICKER: single row run and works Itpd 83ELECTRIC clothes, all sizes, small truck toolbox, 72783ATTENTION Anniversary I Birthday August 10-121!

good. 7823355. 2tpd 7/27.8/3 DRYER Kenmore heavy duty lots more. 301 N. from Starke to : EARN MONEY READING

NEW TRACTORS 30 hp $5000; 70 hp large capacity $150. 9645033. Itchg Strawberry Acres. Follow signs. Itpd BOOKS! $32.000 yr. Income potential.

$9000; 70 hp 4WD 10000. Coll Morgan 8/3 8/3 Details. ((1)) 6028388885. Ext. Bk 3493.
Tractor Co.. 9124872121. Homervllle, BIG YARD SALE North 301 to StrawberryAcres 2tpd 7/27.8/3
Ga. 4tpd 7/27-8/17 MOBILE HOMES last trailer on left pass garage RAILCAR REPAIR, FACILITY needs Individuals -
PIANO FOR SALE responsible party to sale. Lots of fun misc. household with mechanical ability.
assume small monthly payments on items. Big. big big. FRIDAY ONLY. Itpd Please send resume to: Atln: Jan HELP WANTED

spinet piano. Can be seen locally 8/3 Elswick or apply In person Mon-Frl., HELP WANTEDCITY
Credit Dept. 9042548481. 3tpd 1968 PARKWOOD MOBILE HOME 12x65. GIANT YARD SALE Everything must go. 8:30-4 p.m. at Kustom Karr Corp PLUMBER

.7/27.8/10 AC unit. Call 964-5128 or 9642796. New 8 used Items. Thurs 8 Friday only. R.ynoldllndustrlal Pork Hwy. 16 East North Florida Reception Center In Lake OF STARKS Is now accepting applications
ELECTRIC 7/27-8/3 1025 W. Madison St., 9 a.m. til. Touch Green Cove Fl. 32043. with Police for I
STOVE: Hotpoint. $120 OBO. 2tchg Springs 2tchg Butler has vacancies. Requires 3 year Dept. positionel
Eves after 4 p.m., 5332436. Itpd 8/3 1990 UxSOt 2 bedroom 1 bath set up lamps $16; Bakers rack $20; 7/27-8/3 full-time experience In the field of redio dispatcher.Must be at least IIyrs.
MOVING-MUST SELLI! Sears Craftsmantractor and delivered $8500. $450 down payment skateboards $13; pitcher 8 bowl sets SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT: full plumbing. Begins $7.99 per hour Kate old high school graduate, abilityto
5 mos old 16 hp 44" cut 5 $120 per month. Call 755-3114. $13; wash Hands $20; porta-cnbs 8 time. Apply In person at Town & Coun retirement good benefit Apply In type end to pass competitive test.

speed with 3 yr. service warranty In. Circle B Homes, Lake City. Stchg 8/3.31 baby rockers carriages $25; J. Lind baby used try Exxon 800 S. Walnut St., Starke. person or call ((904)) 496-2222. ..t. 176 Apply Starke City Hall. William M. .

cluded. $1650. Gas Weedeater 5 mos. 1912 MERITT MOBILE HOME 3 BR. 2 bath jewelry Good toys used, novelties Itchg 83RAILC..R Jr send resume to: Personnel, Weldon's office. rKht 1/3 .taST .u .. '
tires S3.50. clothes Mar.
old/ 15" cut. Model 1400T, $55. Sear CH 8x10 wooden deck removable REPAIR -ACTLITT"n..d eV-" TJorlh Florida Receptloif CenteTP.O.r NOWTAKIHfrAffMfiATIONIrfRMehsnj' ( : h''" t-i'of: !
swing set. $50. Call 4681974. 2tds wood skirting. $7000. 964-4995. 5tchg Items before too numerous 9 a.m. ltO to 8/3 mention Nosales perlenced welders at $8.50/hr. Send Box 628 lake Butler Fl. 32054 Equal Ing cooks, .dmtweshecs. wall.- & SEVERAL ITEMS black 8/3-31 | resume to Attn Jan Elswick waitresses. Experience not
or applyIn
: amethyst depression 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri ? Sat., 8/4.5. : Opportunity Employer. Preference In necessarybut
glass, antique treadle sewing CIRCLE B HOMES Is your factory outlet 8.3 furniture, clothes, person Mon-Frl 830.4; p.m. at appointment will be given to eligible helpful. Apply In person from
machine, antique china cabinet. for Clayton Homes. Built In Lake City linens p.m., 661 St. toys Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Industrial veterans and spouses of veterans. 2.30-5 p.m. No phone calls. Trail Motel
crystal. Evergreen Itchg
9644151. Itchg 8/3 sold In lake City. Come tour the plant. 8/3 Park Hwy. 16 East Green Cove SprIngs Itchg 8/3 t Restaurant US 301, lawtey. 2tchg

PINEHURST VARIETY has a large selection Call 755.5114 and Save. Save Save. YARD SALE 909 N. Thompson 9am. til2pm. Fl. 32043. 2tchg 7/27-8/3 THE CITY Of ITARKI Is now accepting 8/3-10 I
of shirts, white 8 asst. colors. Stchg 8/3.31 ft. SERVICE STATION MANAGER apply at application for position of EXPERIENCED LADY WANTED to keep
Thurs 8 Fri, 834. 14 Stumpknocker
Also paints to decorate the shirts- 19BS FLEETWOOD doublewlde, 3 BR, 2 Town 8 Country Exxon BOO S. WalnutSt. water/wastevwater plant operator or Infant In my home. Needs transportation. -
boat 8 $585
trailer $
slick puff glitter & rhinesrones. Hwy. bath large kitchen AC many other full mattress $20.good 1-$15 good condf-: .. Starke. Full time position. Itchg 8/3 trainee Must be at least 18 yrs. old Mon-Frl. 4732981. "Itpd 8/3
100 S. across from Southside Elem. 7 features. For sale or rent with option to ATTENTION LADIES Join the SUPER PAR- school and have obtain SINGLE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN around
1 trailer. high graduate or
tion. tires
a.m.-S p.m. 964-5587. 2tchg 8/3.10 buy. Call 964.9115 or 9646895. Itchg utlity Big mud-grip TY PLAN CO. Be a HOUSE OF LLOYD within 2 of 50 for maid work In motel. Must live In.
employment a
$125: heavy oak desk $20: like new yrs.
SEVERAL ITEMS Two 40 cu.ft. coolers 8/3 Demonstrator. No investment Call collect Florida Class C Operators Certificate In 9647184. 83Taco
electric drill $15 clothes, shoes,
with glass doors and shelves, $650 BANK REPOt 1985 S up. $500 down on 14 ; for Info. Bobble 9047520679. 2tpd Wastewater Treatment. Apply WilliamM.
books pots 8 pant, glasses, toaster
each. Also misc. restaurant equip wide. $1000 on doublewldes. Bad 8/3-10 Weldon'i office Starke City Hall
electric sheets, round
oven fry pan Ben of Starke
ment. Call Rocky Hudson 9645047. credit or no credit you can buy. Call formica table shelled 8morn CONSTRUCTION $ -$15 Hrly. 209 N. Thompson St. 2tchg 8/3-10
Itpd 83ANTIQUE 7555114. Circle B Homes, lake City. top pecans Male female,will train. 355.5500
BED four poster double Stchg 8/3.31 lto83SATURDAY| J H World $9S Refundable Now Hiring
spool/rope bed with matching vanity. 9-5 baby clothes toys, furniture 2tpd 1/3-10
I ISO yrs. old. $750. 9649576. Itpd 8/3 etc In Lawtey 1 block south of DRIVERS TO $750 WEEKLY DENTALASSISTANT Swing Management
caution lot on 200A. Itchg 8/3 Local OTR. Train local. 335-5500 Positions and Full Time
GARAGE SALE 845. Ladies 3 piece J 8 H World $93 Refundable Crew
Members for Fall
Samsonite luggage, vacuum cleaner 2'pd3.10
typewriter electric fans, heaters, EARN $7.75 HR. We need assistance In WANTED Daytime Shifts
paint sprayer lots of ladies appareland evaluating and responding to daily
much more. 386 W. Weldon St., 1 work submitted
reports by our agent 4 1/2 Days At
block South of courthouse. Itpd 8/3 throughout the late. No Apply
FOR:SALE .1 experience
C\jy : i YARD SALE- Friday 8/4 8.4 p.m. Grlffit necessary; paid to complete training. Dr's Gruen & Taco BellS.
house left at 2nd RR
white on
at For Information end
Fill Dirt ToSoil' 8/3 301 StarkeAFFORDABLE
crossing. Itpd self-oddreised. stamped envelope, 9 VI
RUMMAGE 8 BAKE SALE at VFW Post Inches Connaughton
long to: AWGA Dept. E, Box
Large or Small,Loads of Limerock 1016 V4 mile North of Iark.. Aug. 5. 8 49204 Atlanta Ga. 30359. Itpd 8/3 .
a.m. til. Itpd 8/3 RN. IPN. NA and WCi small specialty 964-5152
Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer MOVING SALE MUST GOI hospital seek energetic and experienced I !II
washer/dryer $200: frost-free
for fulltimeparttimebaylor
refrigerator $150: wicker set Includes 2 TILE. APARTMENTS
8 PRN positions. Apply
964-6182: 964-5823 964-6095 wicker loveseats table and 2 wicker Ramadan Hand Institute, lake Butler I 022 E. Brownlee St

chair with custom-mode cushions. Hospital P.O. Box 748. lake Butler or Camp Blanding Rd.
Colors are mauve and blue. $250. call 4962323. 6/TF

Microwave $100. 9644908. Itpd 8/3 EASY WORK. EXCELLENT PAY I Assemble Starke,FL 32C91
YARD SALE Crosby Lake 2 miles west of products at home. Call for Informa

HERITAGE'VILLAS 301 off 100. Furniture housewares, tion. 504-64 1-8003. ext. 9579. 4tpd 964-7133
I clothes, misc. Sat. 8.2 p.m. Itchg 8/3 7/20-8/10 WANTED

607 Bradford Court in Starke 2 & 3 BR family oriented. with

Employment Opportunities laundry & large playground.

Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted Free electricity nrbt month..

I on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 Rent 20% of your monthly

plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. BEEF CALVES FOR SALE Miller's Supermarket in Income If you qualify. .

Rental information and applications are available at the Keystone Heights has Ifyou cam 83.33 per hr.. 40

Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. immediate for 11I'IL. \vock& have 3dcp.nctcnts
Starke 9646973GLORIA'S openings part your rent would be

Ov Equal time and full time help'in; the about $112. a month or $3.73

Call 964-6216 | Housing Produce Department(and in per day for days led In month,

Mon.-Frl. 9-3:3O p.m. L I ZJ Opportunity the Baker/Deli Department. for move-In after the first..Qualified .

Competitive Wages and Singles Accepted.
Move-In cost can be as low as
Senior Registered NurseMinimum MUSIC :;HOUSE (studio Benefit Package. $10.00. Low Income :

qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT Please apply at the I.EJ Sec. 8 Homing

registered nurse and one year experience. LESSONS: GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS Keystone Heights Store. Rends for 3m ._
Equal ef your Incom
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable ''
up Housing
Call 964-8120 sun If You Qualify
to $28,000 Tuea.-Fri. 11-7 Mon. 10-2
Benefit worth
annually. ( package over $8.000).

Correctional Medical Technician CERTMinimum

qualifications, Florida Licensure as practical, nurse. Vocational, Instructor, III F/C Communications Su-El's Retirement Community'"

Temporary Position

Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up Minimum qualifications. High School Diploma'or equivalent, Retirement Community Retirement Home

to $18,000 annually t package:: worth over $5,000) and three years experience trade being taught. Desire experiencein A small retirement In Lhie emailcommunity also

z New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be electronics, and Rolm telephone system. This position will be community have rentals at SuEl's.We or .. haveSu-ETs we

eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including State responsible for installation and repairs of telephones associated rooms for self-care Retirement Home. A

Contributions to health insurance and retirement-13 r-a'4 vacation: equipment, involves installation and slicing of cable, intercom Independent senior for Deemed senior group who home need,

1 ; days, 10 paid holidays and sick leave. Deferred conii>(:J!. :1dur. plan. data and radio systems., with It to a a quiet homelikeatmoaphere.At setting! i assistance. withupervUton. .

CELTs and in-service trainingInterested'persons Su-El's We give'
Interested persons should contact; we oflcr housing : personalized care 24,

should contact: R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager utilities, maid and hr. supervision x hot t

R. Nate Holton, Personnel Manager New River Correctional Institute. laundry 24 hr. emergency services with cafl 71' _meals day.,week la bong terrmCe

New River Correctional InstituteP. P.O. Box 333 system. Meals Stay. Certified nursing \\
...L, first aid. CPR
O. Box 333 optionaL
FL 32083 .
Ralford '. trained staff: 4
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I Obituaries -- 1 .

Mrs. Mamie ClarkMrs. sisters,Karen Larsen, Edith James, Survivors include one brother Edward Shaver of Kesytone; her sister brother Jeffery Curtis Wright of .J
Mamie Wood Clark 75. of Dorothy Wilson Margaret Morris John Walsh of Cleveland Ohio. Darlene Wallace of Melrose; andher Waldo; one stepsister, Domicile Ad- ,
Keystone Hts.! died Tuesday and Janice Derbyshire, all of Salt She lived with Mr. & Mrs. RobertWiggins grandparents, Mr. & Mrs. D.II. dison of Callahan; and his grandparents Lady Bug Florist ".
August 1,. In Bradford Hospital Lake City Utah; 16 grandchildrenand in Hampton.Graveside Shaver of Hawthorne. Leonard & Betty Husk of ,
following a brief illness. 1 greatgrandchild.Funeral funeral services were Funeral services were held July 29 East Liverpool Ohio. 1005 S.Water St.
Born Nov. 20, 1913 in Greenville, services will be held held Wednesday In Santa Fe In St. William Catholic Church with Funeral services will be held Starke FL
Ala., Mrs. Clark moved to Keystone Thursday morning at 10:30 in the Cemetery with Rev. Reid Jones con Fr. Tom Gordon officiating. Inter Thursday August 3 at 1 p.m. at Pine : ((23 ,
over 50 years ago from Greenville. Lake Butler Church of Jesus Christof ducting the funeral services. Arrangements ment will be at a later date. Arrangements Level Baptist Church with Rev. I ,
She was a homemaker and a Baa Latter Day Saints with Bishop were handled by Archie were handled by Jones Roman Alvarez officiating. Interment I 96".49 ,
Robert Waters Elder Felton Smith Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. Funeral Home. will be in Dyal Cemetery under I -
list.Survivors include one son and and Elder Blain Vorwaller of the direction of Jones Funeral I :Yc'. ,;",'....s.. .''ou' ,'l".t." ..'....r...' ,,
Mrs. Tracie Tew Leonard E. '
ficiating.Burial will be in Oak Grove Wright Home. J. '
daughter-in-law, Philip w. :
and Lois .
.! I.! )
,, !,
Clark of Cemetery under the direction of Archer I i II
Keystone; one brother Hill Mrs. Tracie Lynn Tew, 19, of Leonard Emerson Wright, 15 of I lII. c.I'V.",
Wood of Honorville, Ala.: three Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Keystone died July 25 in St. Eugene Waldo died July 30 in Alachua In 'JI'ph" ...- ', ,-.. ".. '
sisters Cora Braden and Mary Mrs. JoAnn Reed Community Hospital Dillon, S.C., General Hospital of Gainesville Memoryof : k .. ."r.. !"!. .l
Odom of Greenville Ala., and Myr- following an auto accident on 1-95 following accidental death as a '
tle Fuller of Georgiana, Ala.; two Mrs.JoAnn Reed,59, of Hampton, near Dillon. result lightning. Catherine SmithIt For All yO.U' ,0-w.e.r.Ne.e.ds .C
granddaughters, Susan Clark and died early Monday morning,July 31 Born Aug. 7, 1969. in Columbia, Born June 18, 1974 in East Liverpool ; .
Karen Clark Dicks both of Keystone. at the Alachua General Hospital\ S.C., Mrs. Tew and her husband Ohio Mr. Wright moved to has been a year Aug. 9, since :IIL7 c
There will be a viewing Thursday following a brief illness. were moving back to Keystone from Waldo two years ago. He was a Bap- you left us. But we know you are up ,
evening from 7-8:30 at Jones Born and raised in Chicago, III., Alaska when the accident occurred.Mrs. tist, a student at Eastside High in heaven watching over us. FEATURING
Funeral Home of Keystone. Mrs. Reed moved to Miami where Tew was a waitress and a School in Gainesville and a member Sister we love and miss you very GHOST BUSTERS .
Graveside services will be held she worked as a clerk typist. She member of St. Johns Catholic of the Waldo City Flag Football much and one day we will be 1&$ JOKER II
Saturday, Aug. 5 in Magnolia moved to Hampton in 1981 where she Church in Interlachen. team. together.Your BATMAN
Cemetery-in Greenville, Ala. JonesFuneral has since resided. She was a Survivors include her husband. Survivors include his parents Don Sister&Brother-In-Law ..x f: xxxxxxxxJ
Home of Starke is in chargeof Lutheran. Robert J.Tew: her mother Frances and Tina Addison of Waldo: one Viola and Lonnie

arrangements. _..... ,,- ""h- -
Mrs. Virginia JordanMrs. l

Virginia D. Jordan, 67, of
Providence, died Sunday at the
home illness.of her son following an extended END OF YEAR CLEARANCE

Born in Salt Lake City,Utah, Mrs.
Jordan lived in Jacksonville for 27
years before moving to Union County i- I
Wilford in 1972.She the widow She of was the late a 1989 S- I 0

of homemaker Lake Latter Butler Day Church and Saints.member of Jesus of Christ the TAHOE PKG I if M '.

Survivors include two daughters '
Annette Shealy of Prosperity, S.C., 5 SP, AIR, CARPET, __ .. _
and Joy Jordan of Jacksonville; two
sons, wilford D. Jordan of Pro-
vidence and Daniel D. Jordan of
Portland, Oregon; her mother Mrs. CUSTOM STRIPE
Edith M.Derbyshire of Salt Lake City
,Utah;one brother,Joseph J.Derbyshire AM-FM CASS
of Louiston Maine; five -

SFCC Registration Set 1

Regular registration begins next 159 Er 1
week for the Fall 1989 Term at the
Andrews Center of Santa Fe Com- a .
munity College in Starke. MO.
Registration is by appointment on- PRICE
ly on August 7 and 8, with open TOTAL
registration August 9 11. Students a .
will be able to register from 10 a.m. $9,888
to 3:30 p.m daily with a special .
evening session from 6 to 8 p.m.
Thrusday, Augsut 10. '
The Fall 1989 schedule has a I ..i"90'S
record 52 offerings including classesin )
German Anatomy and
; ..
Physiology. Ballet and Modern IS HERE TODAY !
Dance will be taught at Bradford _

SFCC High addition School resident by to dance basic Dance company.In classes Alive., the the You have to visit our showroom to see the all new .,.:

schedule also includes a large varie-
ty of classes in Business Accountingand of the1'99'O ':,'
Computers. preview viewing
Spanish, Class Piano Beginning
Drawing Real Estate Principles, .. ., .
First Ad PubHcrSpe8MHg trg'atC"' '
among the many classes of interest LUMINA Payments
to the general public. The complete ,
scehdule an be found in an an in the of
B-sectipn of today's: paper. Only $ 00

Stars. AT, PS, PB, 229 .

Tilt, Cruise $12,995 per

from page 3ATlflon. mo.
AM-FM Cass.
Georgia next year on the
same dates.August 3-5.
The local team held their final

practice sessions Monday and *$1995 Down + Tax, Title, 66 mo. financing, 10.95 Apr W.A.C.
Tuesday.The Ntn
squad boarded buses
departing for Cadsden at mId- ,
night, Wednesday.August 2.
..... ,..
The team Is batting at a hot ""
rate of over .545 according to '
statistics released by Head BODY SHOP SPECIAL

Coach Jerry McCrlfl; and Is av- a- PAINT JOB
eraging over 10 runs per game
giving up an average of Just 5.9

per game. 'f' f-" y $45000 Inc. Factory Paint
The Star's record against other & Minor Repairs
Junior Olympic teams In their
own age bracket this season Is '7 COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK

10-4. Free Estimates Free Estimates
The Stars defeated a tough ( -
Inmate team 25-6 then pouredon Blakeslee Jerry Miller gales Faulk
the substitutes as they Butch Drl gen Steve Lee terry g er

dropped the saecond contest ,
15-17 in an exciting game.

when The Bradford team got a resident big send-ofT and 1989 Chevy 1986 Buick 1989 Chevy 1? /:: J. ._ IBeauviUe

businessman Gus Kopelousos. Caprice f'UI.\JUJfIV.N
owner of Vito's Pizza, gave thema Regal LTD
free Italian feast Tuesday 8 Passenger Van Says, "Get Your Car Ready for
night at his local restaurant. Power WIndows &Locks Loaded. 5.To Sit Summer"

"The support by the local 3000 Miles, Dual Air TI1ct, Cruise, AM/FM From. factory Warranty" Coupons good through Aug. 1989
resident has been gratifyingand Loaded Aluminum Wheels ., Immaculate
much appreclatef by the
team. Stars Head Coach Jerry .FROM ; "MrTooodwrsnch: : AIRS [cioodwranch-ALIGNMENTS- - -
McGriff said. "The team We hope Is red to $ 1 .7 444 $ 6 88'S $ 4,444. CHECK UP 'I IoJ
up about the trip r I CONDITION i AolrtdiKi balon.. $4995 1I 1LaFoon I '
make a good showing and bring / $1 995 11 .... I
Donations a trophy.are still being ac- .I-r __ _ .. I--r"-r rr rrrr .. -S
- - - :
- - -
for the Stars' trip and ,
anyone who wishes to make a 1988 Pontiac 1988 Ford 1988 ,Chevy 1, Mr.Ooo4wrenchENGINE J : Mr. oo.dwr.neh OVERHAULGran BRAKE ,
donation may contact the TUNE SPECIAL ::
Starke Recreation DepartmentIn XLT Lariat Corsica 'I : .%
Prix i $41Q95 1
inelud.aunn "
.., 'I
A &II $4995 .
call 964-6792. .... ..
person or ...1'11"1 and Man **- ,.
Checks should be made payableto I I "vt1I'Y' hOO-

the youth softball associa- V-6. Tilt, Cruise, Power Maroon, Aluminum AT, PS PB Stereo, .. _ _ J L. _ _ J i
& Locks Perfect Family Car - - - !
Windows Wheels Loaded Factory' - - -
tion.Opening ceremonies and the Low Miles, Dark Blue \VarrantY Mr Ooo
first round of games begin In i FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL I i..b*. SYSTEM FLUSH I

Gadsden 6 p.m. (Central Thursday.Standard August Time 3)at. $ 888 $ 8 888 $7 999 1 = $19 : .I $4495 : l.i 1V

9, I-- ":,.. - .. '..I:5. :.

Wifrnfrrq tr !

Tennis flIl :

$10 PN HOit7R LeorttSAlh L:8=T tlj i
A friend la SS Each .
C<*Marital 47MXO arStudents x
964-6X5 864-7500 Hwy3Ol North Open Mon.-Frl 8:3O-8 P.M. 372-O1O3
CHEVROLET Starke Sat. 9-6 P.M. Sun 1-5 P. DLDSMOBILEI /

Include KHHS R

Team Members

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I Arrests in Bradford Countyby I


Carolyn Cav. Mary Alice Lyons 27, was ar- Ronald J.Birt,-38,were arrested rested July 31 for driving while recognizance. cording to Trooper Roberts. He was
,aCT Staff WriterRecent rested July 29 for public drunkenessat ly 29 during a domestic dispute,according license suspended DWLS), accor- released after a $215.25 cash bond
Bradford Hospital, according to to Deputy Thrift. Both were ding to Patrolman Perry Gorman.He Johnnie Maurice Davis, 20, of was posted.
Patrolman Gordon Smith. Bond was charged with disorderly conduct. was released after$215.25 sure- Marion County was arrested July 30
ArrestIn set at $500, she was released on her They were released after two $250 ty bond was posted. for DWLS, according to Trooper
Bradford surety bonds were posted. Roberts. He was released after
CountyThe own recognizance. a William Marchant 19, was! ar-
following arrests made Ronnie Lee Frazier, 26, was ar- $215.25 cash bond was posted. rested July 27 for failure to pay a
were Bobby Lee Cohens, 19, was ar- Lillian Burch was arrested August rested July 31 for no valid driver fine, according to Lt. Adcrholt He
by. local authorities in Bradford
County. rested July 27 on a capais chargingtwo 1 after officers observed her pullinga license, according to Patrolman William Charles Miller,20,was ar- was released after a $12025( cash;
counts sale of cocaine, according crack pipe from her pants pocket, Smith. He was released after a rested July 28 for violation of proba- bond was posted.
to Deputy Danny Thrift. He remains according to Patrolman Bob $215.25 surety bond was posted. tion for DWLS, DUI, wilful-wanton
Joseph Brian Stafford, 20, was ar- in custody under a $10,000 McGrath and Mack Short. Burch reckless driving,according to Deputy -
rested July 29 for possession of bond. was charged with possession of drug Dana A. Kemp, 24, was arrested Thrift. Bond was set at $250 he
alcoholic beverage by a minor ac-. paraphernalia. July 28 for DWLS,driving under In- was released on his own Roosevelt McDonald, 35, was arrested
cording to Deputy Harvey Rhoden.He Robert Alan Thomas, 24, was arrested fluence, according to Trooper D. C. recognizance.Keith July 27 for failure to pay for
released after
was a $250 surety for Tommy Brown was arrested Roberts. DWLS according to Lt.Aderholt lIe
on a capias July 27 grand Bond was set at$715.25 he
bond was posted. theft, dealing in stolen property, ac- August 1 on outstanding warrants was released on his own Leroy Jones of Union Countywas was released after a $120.25 cash
cording to Lt. David Aderholt. charging burglary of structure and recognizance arrested July 27 for DWLS, no bond was posted.
Kevin Patrick Miceli, 19, of
Clay burglary of conveyence and escape,
Thomas is charged with taking sheet tag, according to Trooper Roberts.
County was arrested July 30 for metal from a residence March 2. according to Patrolmen William James Daniel Gatlin, 23, was ar- Bond was set at $465.25, he was Michael Thomas Mullan, 28, was
possession of alcohol by a minor,ac- Bond was set at $1,000 he was Brown and Kinnard Perry. rested July 31 on a capias for failureto released on his own recognizance.Ozell arrested July 28 for failure to appear
to Rhoden. He
cording Deputy was released on his own recognizance.Lillian appear for unlawful tag, accor- for DWLS, according to Deputy
released after a $250 surety bond Traffic ding to Lt.Aderholt.Bond was set at Jones, Jr., 27, of Alachuawas Barry King. He was released after a
was posted. Margaret Birt, 46, and Freddie Lee Rochelle, 35, was ar $120.25, he was released on his own arrested July 27 for DWLS, ac $120.25 cash bond was posted.

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