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 17, 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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Worth Council, Attorney Salaries Double j.n. Brooker' I

L NotingSchool by Bust.r Rahn pay, more especially in light of com- ed to increase council pay from $50 into charging by the hour, even for ly run from 1.5 to 2 hours.
BCT Staff Writer pensation" being paid to the Lawtey per month to $100 per month, effective sitting in on council meetings. Hobbs request was approved In a
In a council meeting that ran on council. October 1. Commissioner Jim Hobbs is currently being paid $75 formal vote.Slower .
for two hours and produced two mo- Lawtey council members recently Bryant seconded the motion, which per evening for attending council
Zones... tions, the Brooker Council heard its raised their pay to $225 per month. carried 4-0. Councilman A.B. Adams meetings, and asked the Brooker Speeds...
attorney, Johnny Hobbs, say "You Councilwoman Sue Davis said did not attend the meeting. council to approve an amended con
Children return to school Mon- aren't being compensated properly council members have been paid$50 Attorney Hobbs also told the council tract to provide for his compensation Council Chairman Gene Melvin
day) Drivers please observe speed for the work you're doing and should per month for the past 12 years. the legal profession is moving to be set at $75 per hour. said the town needs to Install speed
zones at all school crossings and consider increasing the council's With little discussion, Davis mov- away from "retainers," and going Brooker council meetings normal- (See Brooker...P..'A)
watch for children. Don't take
chances with a child's life I

Class of '79... y School
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The Class of '79 is having its 10 .
year class reunion August 19, 1989.

For information call 431-1005, ..'. '. .
282-8743 or 338-0808. They are try ..;..,.. ()
ing to contact everyone, please let ', .-", pensiinday
them know where you are. ,. .-..:
Devil's Funeral... ".-.. [

The Frances Chapter 140 Orderof
the Eastern Star invites you to r.
the Devil's Funeral, Saturday Aug. ;yr- r
19, at 7:30: p.m. at New Bethel Bap- I Some 4,000 Bradford students will
tist Church, corner of Florida and '_. --.j report to school for the opening of
Keller streets. Rev. A.J. Simmons, .- r the 1989-90 school term Monday morning -
21.School .
Pastor. ,
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routes will remain the same as last
BMS Orientation... h'' year for the first two weeks of
,', 1: ::.: school says Supt. Jim Duncan.
Parents with students entering The 288 teachers went back to
Bradford Middle School for the First work this week to prepare for Mon
time are welcome to attend day's school opening. Elementary
tonights orientation session at 7 teachers returned to work Tuesday
p.m. in the BMS Gym. (Thursday, Aug. 15. Middle and high schoolteachers
August 17)). returned to work Wednesday
t Aug. 16.
FAD *; "Over-all. I think its going to be a
Meeting... e __ ...:ua.w ... ..a r"t'2..41-a' : --1.{ .'...nrcara..7Frq, ... .t."x 4a '+"tptt;6.t1Ys rafuvaWa.: very,very smooth op-nfng.I'm: look-
Families Against Drugs (FAD) J. P. .'' : '!. .S"ti- S:; / ing forward to that, says Supt.Jim
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will meet August 22, at 7:15: p.m. at ". ,.. .+. iIII1r Duncan.
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the Vo-Tech media center. Jamie ; .r. :_ The 4,000 elementary and high
Thrift will be presenting information school students are up slightly, but
concerning a program spon- New Bus Drive Way for Middle School. not much, says Supt. Duncan. Prin-
sored by the Sawyer Gas Company.We .. cipals report, however, that new
will also begin discussing plans\ The Anderson-Columbia Construction Co. puts down asphalt on the new Spyros Drives took a look he suggested a new driveway to Improve traffic students are coming In every day
for our "mini say no to drugs day driveway at Bradford Middle School. safety. The 149,999 project Includes repaving the old BMS parking area, and their projected enrollments may
in October. The circular drive faces Orange Street and will free the other parking the new driveway, and paving the parking lot at the Administration office be surpassed.Almost .
lot for teacher' The new drive will also redirect students away from the on N. Temple Avenue. all the 288 teacher positions
High School Alumni... higher traffic area. Drivas told the school board that Anderson-Columbia had an open week are filled, or will be this week
The school board set out to repave the old lot. But when architect which probably saved the board $10,000. before school opens. A couple
Bradford High School Alumni will teachers tendered resignations this
meet Monday, August 28 at week to work out of state,Supt. Dun-
Western Steer Steakhouse. Dutch can said. Duncan expects a full com-
treat dinner will be at 6 p.m. pliment of teachers for the opening
followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. Graded Roads May Be OK in Small Developmentsby day.The
All alumni and friends are invitedto ... number of teachers is up, not
attend. Dale Brown, President. because of more students but
Bust.r Rahn tage. George Roberts had told the discussion, with the group largely road might be considered a separate because of more speclalprogre1
BCT Staff WriterA group that paving streets would add dividing into two camps, proroadsin subdivision, and under one proposal, manadated by the state; Supt. Dun-
Head Start... proposal to allow graded roadsIn approximately $1,500 to the cost of all subdivisions, and con-roads in be exempt from subdivision regula- can says.
Head Start is now accepting ap- small subdivisions of eight lots or each lot, providing there is a 100 foot any development.After tions. Teacher bargaining Is moving
plications at 1080 North Pine Street, fewer seemed to gain the approval of lot on either side of the road,and ad- 3 hours the first meeting ad- One proposali discussed earlier, slowly. The Bradford Education
Starke, for children ages 3, 4 and 5. the Bradford County Subdivision at vocated the proposed ordinance in- journed, agreeing only to meet again developments of 8 Association (BEA) has asked for a
Free child care, dental care, its Monday, July 31, meeting. clude a requirement for developersto the next week.Second lots or less to be exempt from 9.5 percent Increase, not including
medical services, family services After hearing Zoning Board Chair- build roads in all new subdivi- regulation under the subdivision or- the yearly step-up raises for ex-
and transportation services are of man Rick Replogle admonish individuals sions. Meeting... dinances. perience.Such a package would cost
fered. to think In terms of "whatis Ralph Bryan said, "It won't work.It When the second meeting opened, Bryan said many people purchasing $800,000, more money than the
good for Bradford County" the may be feasible for small lots, but Bryan posted a map of his Lawtey lots in his development are not school system can possibly afford,
diverse factions of the committee I'm developing 200 acres in Lawteyarea development, and pointed out that interested in paved roads, preferring says Supt. Duncan.
Softball and Volleyball... agreed to a compromise. The proposal ( ) with only 43 lots. No way I some feeder roads inside the 200 to live on graded roads. The administration has tendered a
An organizational meeting for includes the provision that the can build roads in a subdivision In acres served only 4 or 5 families, Bryan advocated the ordinance re- $500,000 package, which translatesinto
adult coed Softball and volleyballwill county would agree to maintain properly which the smallest lot is 2.5 acres. dumping all subdivision traffic ontoa quire "Homeowner Associations"for an increase of 5 percent.The an-
be held Tuesday, Aug. 29 at graded roads. One lot contains 20 acres, mostly single road that runs through the subdivisions such as the one at nual step-up raises would push the
In the meeting Monday, July Lawtey, and allow the association to increase to 6.5 "That's whatwe
7:30: p.m. at the Pratt St. Recrea- prior swampland. center of the tract. The west end of percent.
tion Center. Anyone who has a 31, the discussion had centered on Bryan received little support in the main road would only serve 4 or 5 assess its membership for road can afford, says Supt. Duncan.See .
team or is interested in par- building roads in new developmentswith the first meeting, but then, there families at the end of the road.
ticipating should plan to attend.If lots having 100-150 feet fronA was little agreement on any point of Bryan pointed out that each feeder (See RoadSP.2A ( School..P.zA) I''

you are interested in par
ticipating, but cannot attend the '

Recreation meeting, please Department contact at the 9646792. New Bank Approved for Construction in Starke 'I

Pet Owners...
new bank to be called The First' The bank Is expected to be open Atlantic National Bank of Hetzel is also a licened instructorin General Hospital, American Red
With the outbreak of rabies in the National Bank;; of Bradford County, early in 1990, says Chairman An- Gainesville. In 1988, Hetzel retired commercial loans to businesses.He Cross, Children's Home Society,
area, check the vaccanation is being organized in Starke. I' drews. from that position. In February, Corner Drug Store, Gallery Guild,
schedule of your pet, and have its Approval of the national charterfor The CEO, Alan Hetzel, has over 27 1989, Hetzel assumed responsibility Hippodrome Theatre, and the
rabies shots brought up to date. the new bank to be built was years experience as a commercial as president and chief executive officer has been very active in the United Negro College Fund. He has
Rabies in humans is fatal if not received Tuesday, Aug. 15, from the banker. His first position was an of First National Bank of Brad- Gainesville community, with extensive also served as a member of the 8th
treated, and treatment is costly Office of the Comptroller of the Cur- assistant vice-president of commer- ford County, which was being civic experience. Hetzel Judicial Circuit Nominating Com
and painful. rency (OCC) in Atlanta. cial loans with Atlantic National organized. previously servied as president of mission.
Founding father of the new bank Is Bank in Jacksonville. From there he the Santa Fe Commumtyn College
Square Dancing... Guy Andrews, who has had the project was promoted to vice-president of Endowment Corporation, chairman I
Square Dancers meet every se- in mind for years. Andrews is commercial loans with Atlantic National Hetzel, 57, has a UF bachelor'sdegree of the Board of Samaritan Center for Hetzel and his wife, Hazel, plan to
cond and fourth Tuesday at the chairman of the board of Bradford in Jacksonville.In in English, and is a graduateof Pastoral Couseling, as a board move to Starke In the near future.
Lawtey Elementary School from 8 Bankshares, Inc., a holding com- 1977, Hetzel was named presi- the School of Banking at Southern member of the Alachua County Hetzel is already actively involved
to 10 p.m. Come out and join the pany organized to start up the new dent and chairman of the board of Mississippi University. Chamber of Commerce, Alachua In community activities.
fun. bank to be built on the vacant corner
lot at the intersection of West
Madison and Orange Streets across
Food Pantry... the street from Winn-Dixie. r,.r *

The Bradford Ecumenical Food Directors of the new bank are Guy 1
Pantry is in need of canned Andrews,Tom Andrews, Len Schlof-
vegetables especially green beans, man, Pete Gianas, Freeman
peas and corn. These items are no Register III, Reggie Flynn, Gray
longer available to them throughthe Flynn, Ernest Triest Jr., W.T.
food bank of Jacksonville. Jackson, Alan Hetzel, and Bob

You may drop your can goods at Ferguson.The ,. ,',. tr, r
the following churches this Sunday: Y ti
First Christian Church, First organizers plan for First Na- f :i
Presbyterian Church, First United tional to assume a leadership role in : IIIJ.'.
Methodist Church, Madison Street the economic development of the iJ-'aI. _
Baptist Church, St. Edwards community, says founder Guy An- .i.i -
Catholic Church, St. Mark's drews. They believe that local
Episcopal Church, First Baptist ownership and local control will

Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist enable the bank to be responsive to .' .,'. ..
Church. the needs of the community and that
They appreciate your support In its service will be personal and
helping to reach the needs of the friendly, says Andrews.
community. OCC approval of the charter will .....
enable the organizers to offer stockto )
local investors and to proceed
Upcoming... with the construction of the new :
bank building.In .
Public meetings scheduled In the __
coming weeks are: anticipation of OCC approval, a
The Chamber of Commerce will large number of local people have
host a meeting for persons interested expressed Interest In buying stock In
In becoming a school part the bank. Over 70 percent of the
ner Aug. 17 (today) at noon at the $3,500,000 capital Is already spokenfor 11 i
fairgrounds. ,according to Alan Hetzel,soon to
The Subdivlsln Ordinance Com- be president and chief operating officer 11t
mittee will meet at the Bradford of the new bank. Anyone Interested ,..)ms's' a ./4 ,t'''ai '(r Ji '. ,'y; 'ltai
Family Restaurant at 6 p.m. Mon- in purchasing stock should 1 ,r'w fi' ( r'Y41 .n i.'
day, Aug 21. contact one of the directors or Alan t
The Bradford County Commission Hetzel, 964-9696. I'I '
will meet Aug. 23 at 7:30: p.m. Building plans are well under way. Directors Stand nn the Site Future National Bank... I
at the Bradford County courthouse. Bhede sit Hall Architects of Orange Gianas Bob j
School The directors of the future First National Bank of Bradford County and Ferguion.
.The Bradford County Park has been commissioned to
Board will meet Aug. 28 at 7 p.m. draw plans and supervise construc- stand on the building site at Orange and Madison Streets In west Starke, The corner was most recently occuppled by the Ben Rowland family. ;
School Admlnstratlon across the street from Wlnn-Dlxle and In front of Lltte Ceasar's Plus The house, however, was built by the Dover Family from North Carolteawho
In the the Storel building on east CaU Street. Gay Androvs
built Stump's
tion.First Len Schlofman. Reggie Flynn
The directors are (l-rh Tom Andrews
National will break
building. Freeman recalls renting a room In the house In 1(27 wh n he boarded i fa Iowa U attend
Hetxel. Gray Flynn
Andrews President Alan
and Guy the Bank
Its new building at Madison
Orange Streets in the near future. Register III W.T. Jackson, and Ernest Tries Jr. Not shown: Dr. Pete high' school. became there was no bus trsnsportaUoa.




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TELEGRAPII August 17, 19119

School Opens Here 'r.- :?;., I

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(from page 1A) told the teachers.Restructuring alleviate at least some'SS space pro-
is the buzz-word for blem.
It is significant that teacher the 90'*, Duncan said. Middle School...
past four have risen 34 percent in the Drugs area big problem, Supt. Classes begin at 8:13: a.m. dismissat Lawtey School...
years In the Bradford Duncan warned the teachers. "The 2:50: .
district, p.m.Some Principal Buddy Paterson expectssome
No school says Supt. Duncan. reason people blame others is 720 students are expected, 500 students at the K-8 Lawtey
employee in the district
including nonInstructionalemployees because there's only one other per- but new students are coming in this Community School.
son to blameyourself.." week and the number may be ex- LCS has 36 fulltime teachers, in- . .
will receive less than a The child is out there and has ceeded. cluding four new faculty members.The ., 4..,,if
Duncan percent pay increase, Supt. potential, Duncan said. Many Students reporting to school Mon- Writing-to-Read Program is .
fortunate says. The school system is believe the teacher is the source of day are asked to report to the gym in its third year and LCS will be
that retirement costs increased knowledge, but the source of where they will get their home room operating two new computers for DRUGS
only one percent. and that knowledge is the mind and potentialof teacher's name. Home room grades 4-8,an extension of the Write-
hospitalization insurance costs the student the superintendentnoted. teachers will hand out class to-Read Program.And ,
didn't go up as much as in past Supt. Duncan encouraged schedules. LCS will still have a band

years says Supt. Duncan. teachers to expand the knowledge of program.The --.... IIIUI
Supt. Duncan welcomed teachers the students. Cooperative learning is Starke Elementary... PTO sponsored open house it L LI La <'
back to work Wednesday morning. something else educators will hear School begins at 8 a.m., dismissesat set for 7 p.m. Aug. 29. The PTO carnival ,...
year the school system will emphasize about, he said. 2 p.m. is tentatively set for Oct. 28.
classroom instruction and Give the students the freedom and Principal Dewey McKinney is
visitation by administrators, the responsibility to think andplan for looking for 720 students at Starke Hampton Elementary...

teachers"We were told. themselves, the superintendent urg Elementary, up about 15 studentsover School begins at 7:45 a.m.,
expect to help you in our ed.
last dismisses
at 2
year. p.m.
system, Duncan told the
teachers. Space continues to be a problem at Principal Mary Ann Kyle is expecting
Bradford High... SE. The school board is leasing the 186 students or more at Hampton
School board members Len Schlof-
School begins at 8:05 a.m., two portable classrooms owned by Elementary. HE had 195
man, Evelyn Chastain, and James dismisses at 3 p.m. the Chapter I Program, which has students last year,and enrollment Is
Watson were present and were In- Assistant Principal John Arthur been moved into regular growing every day.
troduced by Supt. Duncan. Reddish projects 950 students. BHS classrooms. "...a situation we'd All teacher positions are filled.
Bradford schools are involved in a projected 1,100 students for the 88-89 prefer not to be in," said McKinney.One There are two new teachers: Nina
cellence.program called Investment in Ex- term, then went down to 950. But, Ch. I portable will be used as a Rowan, who taught in Levy County
Reddish says the 950 estimate may regular classroom the other for last year, will teach a combination
"We only have control over one be low. Reddish wouldn't be .
too sur- special education.SE 2-3 grades and Blossom Sprinkle,
thing,our mind, Supt. Duncan said. if students show who in Citrus will
prised 1,000 up. has space for students but the taught County,
People who don't succeed can all explain Students should report to their special programs cause a space teach fifth grade. Ii
the for failure- havean
reason home room Monday morning to pick shortage. +i1ra!
alibi for failure. "You can change up schedules. There will be a 40 Brooker Elementary...
the way you think and that will minute home then shortened Southside .
room, Elementary. .
School begins at 8 p.m., dismissesat
the the
change way you act, Supt.
classes. Home room assignmentswith School begins at 8 a.m., dismissesat 2:50: p.m.Principal.
the last name of students will be 2 Bill McRae expects 125
posted by grade and alphabet on Principal Jesse Moore expects 685 students about the same as last
doors and walls and students will students, plus more are coming this year.All.
have to find them. week, so it might be up some. Big- teachers are in place. New personnel Doors Closed Now...

Biggest problem is incoming ninth gest problem: moving the Chapter I are: Randy Whytsell, who Andrews Drugs In Starke closed its doors on Saturday Aug. 12,and will
who have idea where
graders no into regular classroom. will teach physical education and
Program sold the business to
not reopen. The store's owner, Charles
Roadsfrom anything is, AP Reddish says. Plans ad- fourth grade arts Brenda
for enlargement of the language
Starke. The Inventory
Eckerd's Drugs and will now work with Eckerd's: In
One at BHS will be education[
change a
ministration suite and the additionof LiUlejonn, special ,
breakfast to begin after was pulled off the shelves and transferred to Eckerd's: Saturay night
program six new kindergarten classrooms Debbie Turner, a new para- said Eckerd's: Assistant Manager Bob Johnson. "We welcome: all An-
1A) the Labor Day holiday.
school should
page during the year professional. "
drews customers to come to Eckerd's: said Norman.
maintenance, which would be graded -
rather than paved. nnn __ _____ .
Even the pro-road committee
members agreed that Bryan had
made some good points, but there
was no sign that acceptance of graded SERV1STAR T
roads was near.
Roberts continued to fight against I
homeowners associations and grad-
ed roads, saying "Homeowner
associations just don't work," and Super
sooner or later the county will be
asked to pave graded roads inside
subdivisions.The Savings Days

meeting continued along that

line for two hours, with Attorney U
Reggie Flynn softening his positionof bjt&4 -

requiring paved roads In all new __
developments and agreeing that _
Bryan had a point. ,

Now Thru Sat. Aug. 26DURACELL
% ,
Replogle Speaks...

Rick Replogle, an attorney in the tv p1 kr '
public defenders office and the ;
chairman of the Bradford County
Zoning Board, doesn't usually talk

much in public meetings, but spoke :. Two SER1f1 TAR92-Pack
out when the road building issue eo

two became factions.bogged down between the Alkaline Batteries w n Inside Frost Bulbs

Last up to six times longer r rtr r I
Replogle said the committee M"
members should place the good of than regular carbon batteries. .I 'O 1 rr's erageJiotuh.PAOW 1000 j"
the county in perspective and work Astock great price, you'll want to /V' ;; 6 nw1brJ ,

for what is best for the county. He upi! Pack of 2 "D", "C", "AA", 75W or 10QW.
proposed that all subdivisions of 8 or -pack 9V. #MN1300B2,400B2, #274332,57,65,407
lots or less be exempt from the sub- 500B2.604B
division ordinance. Developments of
9-24 lots be allowed to install graded I y"
roads, built to stringent county + 59
specifications and approved by the $179 9Il ",,2-pack

county engineer prior to being accepted -
by the county commissionersfor
maintenance. Developments of
25-49 lost must provide paved
streets, built to specifications that
include 60 foot right-of-way and 20
foot wide paving. The county wouldbe
required to provide maintenance.No .
one had formerly mentioned W u : l i'' 'd e'c Ga
allowing graded roads to be main- >
tained by the county, since commis- h u..riz .
sioners had been quoted as saying I T
that they would never accept
another graded road for '
maintenance. The county has 350 hunk/el SERIf1 TARS SERI/JjTJIR. Aqua-Line Two- ,

miles Commissioner of graded roads.Maxie Carter Jr DoorsetH Entry 25' 163Trouble Professional Handle Washerless 1-Lb. Box of Nails

said he could support the proposal to Lockset and Light Quality 2"x 60-Hi. Lavatory Faucet American-made nails feature!
centered heads uniform points and
require the county to accept graded Deadlock Durable, metal grounded lamp Duct Tape Chrome-plated washertess faucet clean shanks. 2/4", 3". or 3.4"long.
roads built to specifications but he One key convenience for opening guard with hook. with acrylic handles. For 4"centers. #.81003,4.3705
represents only one of five votes on both locks. Single cylinder 1" throw 115445515691' Heavy-duty,silver laminated cloth Lifetime mfr.warranty against dnps
the commission. with extra-strong adhesive. Seals all and leaks
deadbolt. Four keys Included.
Roberts said the proposal Polished brass finish. *690T/3 air ducts. Many other uses. #SSR600 #TC8100Lavatory 999

eliminates homeowner associationsand
provides for county maintenace 99 Faucet SfJ
of all roads positions he can sup-- $1199 with Pop-Up 999

port.Reggie Flynn who had been involved
in the discussions, said the
proposal meets with his approval,
and he can now support it.
In the subsequent meeting, Mon
day, August 14, the committee retained
the definition of a subdivisionas
a development having 8 or less
lots, regardless of size, but reducedthe
number of residences from 24 to
15 that may be served by a graded
road. Developments having 16-49
lots must have paved roads, but
short interior roads, not to exceed (1l 1, AA Je SERVJ TAft, SERVIJTAR. Y Amsrtcon TU ../WIOMAtTarae. -
1,320 feet, and serving no more than 8
Hacksaw Latex Caulk 7-7'/ CarbideToilet Tank 13
15 families may be stabilized So-ft
Toilet Seat
grades. All roads must be paved in American-made quality frame Economical white caulk cleans Tipped Blade Ballcock
developments having 50 or more Fits regular bowl.Vinyl covered adjusts to accept 10"or 12" blade. easily with water. Dries quickly;
foam with dial-on hinge for easy Shock-resistant, rust-resistant General purpose 18-tooth blade for Stops shut-off leaks. Non-corrosive
homes. after
be 10 minutes
can painted
Installation. Assorted colors. frame. #SSR5 particle boards, heavy-duty framing, stainless steel control components
Although Commission Chairman #130-000,23,34.71.76, 515,162 application. 10 oz.- rough-cutting plywood chipboard, Easy installation. #20QA
Wilbur Waters had instructed the composition board. #27150
committee to make recommendations -
"within a month," the committee
agreed it will be unable to com $
plete its work before the commission $899 .199 69ft $499 $329

meets tension.this week, and will seek an ex- d

Phone 135 Wed Call Street
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August IT,1989 TELEGRAPH Pace 1.\

/ wwa 5 Qualify Hampton for Sept. 12 Vote I II

r Joe Cissy Water Works... CDBG Grant... With leaks developing In distribuii
ICT ffelf Writer Trouble with lion lines off the water mains at the ;.
one pump at the city The has received notice that a
The town of Hampton will hold an City rate of about one two
water supply has, left only one every
i L.1i election to fill three council scats, : pump Community Development Block perhaps some of these lines canybe .
12. Grant has been approved in the replaced with the .
September grant, suggested
A m operation. "It (the :
Impellers is amount of $350,000, said Clerk
The will be from Kenneth Brown. ,
.,, polls open 7am. just worn out," said Kenneth Brown, Wadsworth.This :.
i until p.m. Voting will take place at water dept. employee. And a check
the Hampton City Hall. valve Is letting water being "It looks like inferior ,;
; a Five candidates have for pumped grant was intended to extend
qualified from one well go right back In the water lines to the Hampton Villas were used all over town," Brown -.
the three
'" seats to become vacant. In- .
cumbents who have qualified to SUc- ground The city at another has weill he says.wells in section and to improve streets in the says. ;
ceed themselves are Johnny Allen operation, according( to Brown, and
and June Haddock. Councilman two other wells that have not been "Neighborhood revitalization in-

Elwood Padgett did not qualify for used in years. A gasoline back-up cluding water facilities and hookups, Budget... '
n,A reelection. pump is hooked to one of the active fire hydrants and street Im- ;
1 wells but perhaps should be con- provements," the grant request The city budget for the year ;
5 Other qualifying candidates are nected to a third well instead, Brown states is the purpose of the grant. 1989-90 is about ready, said Clerk
Jane Hall, James Thomas and Carl says. Wadsworth. He sees no increase In

MHall The grant coordinator, Clark, millage for taxpayers if the city
served the
aa on Hampton
'lR'JY.- Council previously, out not in recent Tests of the water at its source at Roumelis and Aociates, Inc, holds the line on expenses. ,
!aro. Thomas Js fairly new to the well and again after It has been Tallahassee, will make determina-
Hampton, said Cleric Gordon treated and ready for distributionare tions how the money will be spent, September 13th, the day after the
Wadsworth, and is making his first required[ annually, and must be but only streets that are damaged by election when new members to the .
run for office there. McClellan has made by October I, Clerk water system improvements can be council will be seated, is scheduled
lived In Hampton for some time, but Wadsworth said. These tests cost repaired with grant money, said for the first public hearing on the
,( r p- ? i Is making his first bid for public of around $800. Also an annual pay- Wadsworth. budget.
fice. ment on the debt for building the

Incumbent Councilmen Ted Curtis water system in 1980 will be due
and Walden Wadsworth will remainIn September 1 in the amount!of$6,250. Bradford School Board

The War on "Pot" Continues... office, along with Mayor Lola Money is not on hand in the water
Williamson and City Clerk Gordon Announces Lunch Prices
The effort to rid Bradford County of marijuana production li an ongoIng Wadsworth. account for these bills, says the
operation iayt Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge (center). Clerk and repairs to the waterdlstriltutloa And Lunch ;
With deputies Gene Lee (left) and Charles Carter, these stalks were elections system are on the In- Programs
found on a paper company's land east of Hampton are non- crease. An increase in water rates
Lawtey after receiving an
Is wide there
anonymous tip. partisan. Voting city may become necessary to keep up The Bradford County School Board today announced its policy for free
The being no districts or group designa with the rising costs and reduced meals for children unable to the full price of meals
plants were still in pots and were Just starting to grow well, the tions. The three candidates price pay
pollingthe A balance is
$86,000 the
sheriff said. In Just a few weeks the plants would mature and be worth highest number of votes will be loan for the water system, and on of the served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.The .
thousands of dollars.Hazardous. $6,250 due Bradford County School Board administrative office has a copy of the
declared elected and will be seatedon payment only $
the council. to the principal and$4,000is i0not0erestThe policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
interest rate is 5%. Detailed information and guidelines are available at all county school ot-
fices. Applications may be obtained there also for free or reduced lunch


(Effective July 1,1989 to June 30, 1990)

1.UJT... .w fW__" I .. Go ___. VA" M rti ne z, Senator because of its depth. Leachate Budget... FREE MEAL SCALE
UI99JTBCT gVCirkptr k'and Representative drainage pipes[ would have to be Association Coordinator Household size: l-$7,774 annually,$648 monthly, $150 weekly. 2-110,426 annually -
Staff Writer James
George Crady and they assure about 8 feet underground, which is Croft $869 monthly, $201 weekly. 3-$13,078 annually, $1,090 monthiy2S2weekly.
"Ashes from the proposed hazardous presented an operating budgetto .
4-$15,730 annually1,311 monthly, $303 weekly. 5-$18,382 annually
him that none of the residues from a below groundwater level. the board the
waste treatment plant, if it in amount of
hazardous waste plant will go to the $1,532 monthly, $354 weekly.; 6-$21,034 annually, $1,753 monthiy, $405
ever comes here, will not be allowed $262,245.
weekly. 7-$23,686 annually, $1,974 monthly $456 weekly. 8-$26,338 annual-
tri-county landfill. "But I want Darabi estimates his firm
in solid waste landfill;said New can
our ] additional member add
For each
$ 195 family
I weekly. ,
y monthIY.l$507
River Solid Waste Association something .in writing! he told Jon make this study for about$11,000, in- The amount will be prorated to the $2,65, ;<1 annually, $ 21 monthly] or $51 weekly.REDUCED .
(NRSWA) engineer Frank Darabi, cluding field work, laboratory three counties on the!basis of population PRICE MEAL SCALE
at a meeting of the tri-countygroup Wershow. Association attorney, andrequested analyses and recommendations for : 44.6% Bradford County, Household size: 1-$11,063 annually] $922 monthly, $213 weekly. 2-$14,837
at the Bradford County courthouse Wershow to prepare a"let- liner construction. 1116,961; 35% Baker County, $91,786 annually, $1,237 monthly, $286 weekly. 3--$18,611 annually, $1,551 monthly,
Monday, August 8. ter to get it in "black and white. and 20.4% Union County, S53 498. $358 weekly. 4-122,385 annually,866 monthly, $431 weekly. 5-$26,159 annually
"There is just no way we are goingto The bulk of the budget for this $2,180 monthly, $504 weekly. $29,933 annually $2,495 monthly,
"Ashes require a monofill," build a landfill for the whole stateof Education Grant... year will be for professional fees, $576 weekly. 7-133,707 annually, $2,809 monthly, $649 weekly. 8-37.481 annually
Darabi continued, "we will have no Florida," Riddick explained.""We Guy Andrews and Lavon Drivas, totaling $215.565, of which engineering $3,124 monthly] $721 weekly. For each additional family member. ,
permit from DER to bury ashes." (A only have a 200 acre site here. co-producers of an antilitteringvideo fees$167,565 is the major part. add $3,774 annually, $315 monthly, or $73 weekly.
monofill is a landfill for a single presented their production to This includes a full time inspector
waste such as ashes. A separate Liners... the board to determine how it can after a contract for construction has Regular Lunch Prices...
landfill would be required for ashes be incorporated into an educational been awarded. The price of a school cafeteria lunch this year will be$1 for grades Pre-K

and only ashes could be deposited.there. consideration Three types for of the liners landfill are, under in an- program for recycling.. Legal fees, bond consultant and through Grade S; $1.10 for grades 6 through 8; and $1.25 for grades 9

.) ticipation of a new DER regulation "Legacy of Love", a song composed counsel, accounting and auditing through Reduced 12. price lunches are $40 and extra milk will be $25. Students
make the rest of the professionalfees
requiring a double liner for all land- by Drivas and performed by local up registered[ at the VoTech Center up to the age of 21 years, may purchase a
Many residents of the area are fills. One liner will be a plastic mem- school students under her direction, item. lunch at the Middle School for$1.25, or they may be eligible for the reducedor
fearful that the tri-county landfill An accountant familiar with state
brane, but it must be in contact witha was filmed Call meal
on Street and free
will be the other will be hired to program.
dumping grounds three feet layer of clay local sites.It accounting practices
hazardous waste residue from all underneath.The set up and maintain account books I'
Breakfast ..
over the southeast, if a treatment for the grant monies received.An Program.
plant is located in Union County.. Is hoped by Andrews the song election of officers for the coming A breakfast program will be available to ALL Bradford County students \
three alternatives, as explained and title will "catch on" and will be conducted at the this year.'The program will start the Tuesday after The countywide
i I by Darabi, are: using clay from -" call for a cleaner next year meeting. It was suggested that prices are $.65.lor aU students and $.30 for the reduce price meal. {
4t i i unfortunate) that the hazardous an onsite borrow rR t with ,g iplastic \i.'=d Bradford County and only one officer be elected each Students eligible for reduced price or free. lunches will be eligible for
waste' treatment plant and the liner, hauling' ,clay,from:;another I :>> *m ', .. ;Jt/ year, to replace the secretary who breakfast. with th.'frame eligibility. ,, j
solid waste landfill have come up at source and a plastic liner or a double ) would advance to vice-chairman, as Good nutrition Is important for every child and a breakfast eaten at 1
the same time" agreed NRSWA plastic liner with a soil drainmat "Education is the key, and'gim- the vice chairman would move up to home or school is necessary for the student to begin their day. A lunch .
Chairman Joe Riddick,"but there is between. mick'-something familiar", gets the chairman. This was not decided and should be provided each day also,one brought from home or obtained froma
school cafeteria. A hungry student does not have the energy to learn at i
absolutely connection. betweenthe message across, says Drivas. The will be taken up again next meeting.
two.' Using the undisturbed[ underlyingclay potential through the schools is their fullest potential.

Riddick said! he has spoken with as a_ liner is not practical tremendous,"


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etriTcmiALsSubdivision- Bradford's Doyle fonner1Jow.s Out

Of 1990 Race JOT! Ag CommissionerDoyle

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Conner, Bradford County farm
boy who rose through the ranks to a
30-year career as Florida Commissioner of
Agriculture and dean of the State Cabinet,
Committee announced last week that he will not be a
candidate for reelection.His .

Merits Praise for CompromiseBradford announcement put at rest much
statewide speculation as to whether he >ti
would quit the office he has held since 1960,
leaving at stake a critical balance of power
between Democrats and Republicans In

residents may feel ed grades under some conditions, and Democratic the seven-member bastion Cabinet which already, a traditionally has two

justifiably proud of the people servingon that the county accept them for GOP members and may have a third to I ii! '

the county Sub-division Committee maintenance. Replogle said his interestis fill Conner's vacancy. Lieutenant Gover-

appointed last month by Commission "what is best for Bradford County," nor Bobby Brantley is considered the

Chairman Wilbur Waters. which seemed to strike at the heart of ner's leading shoes.front-runner at present to fill Con-

"no compromise" opposition in both
The committee has met on three con- camps.It Showing his political bent while still a
student at Bradford High School, Connerwas
secutive Monday nights, in 3-hour ses- now appears the committee will be elected president of the local 4-H Club

sions, in an attempt to find common able to make recommendations for a and Future Farmer of America Chapter,
ground between those who like the viable and fair sub-division ordinance in leading to his election as National FFA
status quo and those who want President in 1948. i
September thanks to Replogle's pro-
developers to pave roads in new subdivisions to While still a 21-year-old student at the
and everyone's willingness
posal I
University of Florida he was elected to the
make some consessions. Florida House of Representatives, and at

It is a complex problem with no age 28, was chosen as the youngest
The discussions have been held in a Speaker of the House in Florida history.In
simplistic answers, and compromisehas calm and equitable manner, with 1961, he was selected by the U.S. Jayceesas
been hard to come by. However, in the conversation one of ten outstanding young men of
committee members have put good of> everyone sharing America.
and without show of or
the county above personal gain, with frustration, sometimes any evident anger in con- With an unbeatable record so far, Con-
both sides making concessions, and troversial situations. ner ventured into the State political arena
agreed on basic tenets for a new or- and became Florida's seventh Commissioner iq1Hi r

dinance.In There was agreement on one subject of Agriculture. He has been re-
during the first meeting when the com- elected to the office in every election since
the first meeting, neither side gave that time, often without opposition.
mittee set its goal, "To set standards,
ground and as the meeting adjournedthere
but not as stringent as those in Alachua Conner has served as president of both

was little optimism for successful and Clay Counties." Even real estate in- the Southern and National Associations of -- .. .----.....
subsequent meetings. State Departments of Agriculture, and
terests acknowledged the need for pav- was co-founder and first president of the DOYLE CONNER
In the second meeting, Ralph Bryan ed streets wanting to provide grades
Southern U.S. Trade Association. He
Speaking at the dedication of Santa Fe Community College, Andrews
presented a graphic display of a 200 where the costs of paving would make became well-known in international Center In Starke In March, 1986.
acre development he is undertaking in the price of lots prohibitive. agricultural circles and won several
Lawtey. With only 43 parcels from 2.5 awards for promoting foreign agriculturaltrade.
Members of the sub-division committee Balance of Power Issues coming before the Governor and
to 40 acres his was well made that
$300,000 in road costs would doom the are to be commended for the many Conner was a past president of the Although Conner Is a lifelong Democrat, Cabinet often evoke partisan votes, so it
hours spent in this endeavor, each University of Florida Alumni Association, it is ironical that his resignation will aid will be a bitter pill for Democrats to lose

project. representing his position well, but and was presented the Distinguished the apparent surge to power of the their narrow majority"We
Attorney Rf'ggie Flynn, a pro-road at the same time recognizing very that Alumni Award In 1972. He created the Of- Republican Party in Florida. Democrat had better get used to it," said
members of the Cabinet admit that loss of Democrat Comptroller Gerald Lewis,
advocate > d\ his determination to fice of Consumer Services in 1967, which
agi > c others may hold legitimate opposing has become the clearinghouse for con- his seat could become another step for- "this is genuinely a two-party state. As a
require paved roads> in all subdivisionswas views, and respecting them for it. sumer complaints. He also developed a ward for the opposition party. Republican Democrat, I might wish that the so-called

softening .net maybe there is a Bradford is better for system of streamlined inspection pro-- officers are hopeful, but not at all certainof good old days were back again, but the
place for graded,I roads in some areas. County a place cedures which prevents unwholesome food earning a 4-3 cabinet majority after the truth is, it's better! for the state.*'

After two hours of discussion At- having each of them as a resident. and dairy products from being importedinto November 1990 election. Although makingno Only one Democrat, Senate President
torney Rick Replogle proposed stabiliz Thanks a million.Robertson's the state; and led in establishing the comment on Conner's failure to offer Bob Crawford of Winter Haven,has hintedat
for another term Governor Bob Martinez
nation's finest agricultural and consumer running for Conner's office, but Is
testing laboratories at two locations in would no doubt welcome Lt. Gov. waiting until after the special
Brantley's election to the office.
Florida. sessions this fall
to make a final decision.
Retirement Plans I

I Received \vith RegretAlthough ",r Letters to the__Editor 1!

Reader Asks
not unexpected, last week's tional exhibits, health sciences centerd 93 Years Old and 'Land Poor', To Enjoy Unspoiled Right
announcement of the retirement of Alan
a gymnasium and athletic Outdoor AreasWe
Robertson, president of Santa Fe Com- Spunky Lady Pleads Her CaseTo
much more. Now the college serves are fortunate to live in this country,
munity College for the past two 10,000 students with a faculty of 600. with the freedoms we enjoy. We are also
decades, was received with regret by fortunate to live in this part of the U.S.

Santa Fe trustees, Endowment Board "But Robertson's vision his idea of The Telegraph: port,nor is my! family.: We sell off little bits where we are blessed with beautiful land
members, students, faculty and com- I am 93 years old and live just outside of land to keep going in life, because I and wild game.
munity leaders in both Alachua and community service, ranged far beyondthe Starke where I have lived for 70 years. My teach my kids not to count on the Govern- Those who enjoy these freedoms and
Bradford Counties.In physical borders of his campus. The daddy was a farmer, as were most dads 70 ment. I want them to take care of blessings while hunting use the land they
community and vocational education years ago. Our family all farmed on my themselves.But lease for several months in the fall and

our close relationship with Presi- programs he has established in dad's land so we could feed ourselves.We in the past month or so I read in the spring. It is great that they can form clubs

dent Robertson since the cooperation with the Alachua County bought or traded our crops for paper (yes 1 can read and write some) to protect and improve these areas, and
especially School Board serves a much broader everything. My dad bought or traded to get that I might not be able to sell my land then enjoy private hunting grounds during
establishment of the SFCC Andrews land so we could live in the future. We had because Tve got to put in a road first, and the seasons.
Center in Starke, we have come to ad- constituency, from high school students 15 in our family, so it took a lot of land to the road would cost more than the land I Those of us who ride horses would also
mire and respect this leader in the fieldof preparing for life after graduation, to feed and support us. Our house was old like to have areas that too could
workers in need of training to when we built it 70 years ago out of sell.Don't
higher education, who has done so area I have any land rights? Was my We simply want permission to enjoy the
could down make
cut to
much to help advance education in both retirees who still desire to learn about farm anything land.we We worked and worked, our but daddy wrong to say the land will be our outdoor world when the hunters are not us-
areas. the world around them. were always in poverty. salvation? Maybe our death instead! ing it. Surely there Is some way we could
lease :
or sub-lease wooded the
areas during
The from "The Santa Fe Spr- My dad told us that one day all this land Maybe the Zoning Board should live in year, other than immediately before and
an college-sponsored surrounded
following excerpt would be salvation and told to Maybe this during hunting
our us hangon open what seasons. The income could
editorial appearing in last Friday'sGainesville ing Arts Festival has become an institu- to it until needed. their eyes would up to help improve the areas, and we who also
Sun says much about the tion in this community. The establish- After 40 of back-breaking labor they are doing to us. love the land would not destroy the beauty
leadership of Alan Robertson and is a ment of a branch campus in the we had all years the land we could afford200 Please don't let me die or have to go on of leaving trash behind or doing anything
tribute to the accomplishments made renovated former Bradford County acres. Prices are too high these days.I welfare. It's up to you, Zoning Board. else that would harm the land.I .

possible by his efforts- a tribute in Courthouse has helped breathe new life am the only one left now out of 15all Please leave it alone, Zoning Board. believe that I speak for many others

which the Starke community would like into downtown Starke. The technical the others died young. I am still fighting By the waythe stamp and envelope for who enjoy riding through areas unspoiled
to join: assistance and training capabilities offered poverty, but I still have my landat least this letter cost me a dozen eggs. right by man to, when I respectfully request the
enjoy the world God
most of it. Please do not made
by Robertson's college has helpedto my name. Somebody
"The news that Alan Robertson will bring new businesses into the area, I'm not on, any kind of Government sup- might not like me to speak out.Thank you. aorta Coleman,KeystoneA

retire next April- after some 20 yearsof including Bear Archery." Land Poor Concerned Citizen

leadership at SFCC- was not unex- Senior Citizen Asks- Reader ChallengesRiddick's Expresses Thoughts '
pected. Robertson has been con- Where Is Our $4.50

templating retirement for some time. It Per Month Coming From? On Comment Editor, Telegraph:
sad nonetheless for Smoking/Drinking Expressing my individual feelings and,I
comes as news
Dear Editor: Editor believe, the of I
Telegraph: feeling many others,
Robertson has been such an integral In a recent interview President As a Christian, teacher,and taxpayer of believe it was an act of stupidity for someone
After reading the article in the
part of this community's civic and Robertson said, "The Bradford branchis with the statements made by Mr. tarter Bradford County, I take offense with Com- qualified in leadership to expect to
educational leadership for such a long an unbelievable accomplishment for and Mr. Riddick I felt compelled to respond .missioner Riddick's statement that attain followers and support in a community
time that it is hard to imagine what it the people of that county. It's a small to show just how much they care for households could afford the assessment while using such poor judgment and set-

will be like around here without him. county and a poor county, but it raised the poorer class of voters. beer tax since and cigarettes.most people I would pay that like to much see the on ting After such knowing an arrogant that example.the committee, of

$1 million in private money to restore I'd like to trade Incomes a month. I statistics or survey he used before making which he was a member, had selected a
"Still," as he says, "the college is in the old courthouse and lease it to the col- would show them how to stretch their such a generalization. I think Commis- candidate to fill the office of City Commissioner -
splendid shape. The next to lege endowment corporation for $1 per money, and their want list would soon sioner Riddick might be surprised, and from District Two as a represen--
president become a basic necessity list to survive. embarrassed, if those who do not drink or tative of the people,this person qualified in
come along will find himself or herselfin year. smoke decided to the last few hours the
Just because these commissioners have sign a petition to that ef- as second candidate
the enviable position of heading one bad vices does not mean we all smoke and fect, for the number would be higher than for the same votes and same seat. Why
of the finest and most innovative com- It WAS an unbelievable accomplishment drink.So where is our$4.50 per week going is Implied by his statement. I also wonderat Just to split the issues, in my opinion.
munity colleges in Americathanks and it is having an unbelievable to come from? Are they going to pay it for his professionalism by making such a It Is high time that leaders, or people
largely to Robertson's leadership. influence on the quality of education in us? comment. If the Commissioners wanted who desire to lead,lay aside their personal
for desires and benefits
support the assessment, they surely and do what they
Bradford County.In When you live on Social Security, not lost mine by Riddick's comment. think is best for the people who rely on
"Robertson took the reins of leader- able to hold a job, and were born In the them as leaders.
"notch" definitely have fixed I am also aware by the term I
years you a very hope the mistake will be seen before
ship at SFCC in 1971 when the college expressing our regret concerningthe income and these proposed assessmentsare "assessment", the tax can be levied only it's too late for correction.

moved to its new campus on a pasture retirement of Alan Robertson, we against the poor people. Besides on "things everybody in the county can Elizabeth Walker,Starke
west of Gainesville. Starting with four would also like to express our appreciation what's been done with the $75 you have use." The tax on the library was struck I

buildings, 94 instructors and 1,600 for the important part he played in already collected? assume,because not everyone in the county
used it. Then tax
students, he has over the years built an helping to transform the idea of a Santa For the salary they earn as a commissioner for the county a jail.was Yet placed I know on services FOR THE RECORD
impressive campus- adding a teaching Fe Center in Starke from the realm of are greatly, their OVERPAID time and many t ideas, they people who have not''used', the Jail and do Two Errors Dates

zoo. an art gallery that has attracted na dreamland into a viable reality. \not intend to. Appeared In 110th Issue
A Poor Concerned
Senior Citizen
I,for one,am skeptical as to the legality .
Who Does Not Smoke or Drink! Errors In dates In historical ar-
of this assessment tax. I do not mind paying tides are regrettable, and there
taxes, but let us not assume that the were at least two U The
Thanks Expressed majority of the county residents are Teltgraph't lioth Anniversary
For a "Marvelous" drinkers and smokers. It certainly does Issue that should be corrected for
.RAorQRD 110th Edition not paint a favorable picture of Bradford the record.
.COlJatiligraj)4 County. I urge every concerned citizen to -
Dear Editors and Staff
: Cutllnes under a picture of the
.d attend the public hearing on September 7.
f Congratulations for a red brick Bradforcf County High
Job well done on
the liotb Anniversary Edition of the Brad- Linda Sheffield,Starkein School building laid the structurewas
Mu+at. ford County Telegraph! I shall cherish and built In 1ts1. Actually the
O oy re-read this edition several times! Starke (1137-87):Now we have lived In building bond built with funds
O. Clay County- Keystone Heightsfor M from a Issue approved by
JOHN was raised In Union County's Lake"Butler. years (1953-89). So your marvelous freeholders in the county by a
My family moved there in 1920 publication and celebration means so very vote of Its to 44 In an election held
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at from Arkansas. I am currently serving on .much to both of usl! .July I,IllS.' .

the Post Office at Stake.florida.under Act of March 3. 1879. a nion committee(1940-1990)planning in Like our 50th class reu-: Thanks for the memories and an ex- 'We 'egrjfl7es two and
Butler. suet
cellent JobI correction will the
*964-4305 Subscription Rote In Trad*Area 81.4.00 88.OO six months 1 j'
per year: record
My husband Cheater .
P.O.Drawer ,was born and raised Itraiaht.Page
A: Stark, Florida
Oufsld Trod Area 51500 per yeor S3.50 fix months. In Bradford County., New River. He Chester.Edwina Moody

:recently celebrated Ms 50th class reunion Keystone Heights


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: k't Weddings. I

/ To Hawthorne-Valentino Wed August 20 :./ i ii .'.

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: The wedding of Miss Tosha Renee <<
Hawthorne and Paul John Valentinowill ... .
be held SundaY. August 20 in the .
/ UCI Pistol Range Employees Clubon -
.1 Hwy. 16 West, Raiford.A '.'J"
; reception will be held immediately

following the ceremony, r .. 4v
;r with music provided by Gary WhIt.ten's -

'g : $, Tosha and Paul extend personal
Invitation to all their friends to at-
tend this happy occasion.The .
Mr.&Mrs.Scott StinnettRichardsonStinnett <1 bride-elect is the daughter of
Ms. Carla L. Hawthorne. She
MarriedMary graduated Keystone Hts. High Mr.&Mrs.Frank Palmer
J School and Manatee Jr.College,andIs
employed at Denny's Restaurant.The .
R. Richardson, daughter of Tillmon & Hazel Richardson, all of groom-to-be is the son of
Starke, and Scott A. Stinnett of Oxnard Ca., son of Di-Anne Mcc ann of Jeanette and Paul Valentino of
Camarillo, Ca., and Kenneth Stinnett of Oxnard, Ca., were married Fri- Struthers. Ohio. He is a graduate of The Palmers Celebrate Their
day, May 19 at Madison St. Baptist Church. Mercy Hurst College and is
The ceremony was performed by Donald Rimer before a heart archway Marcia Ann Brown employed by Clay County Sheriff's Golden Wedding AnniversaryThe
decorated with pink roses and white lights, ferns palms, and heart and Office.
Larry Daniel Davis
candelabras, and a unity candle. Hurricane lamps with pink candles and Magnolia Room at East Hills Restaurant in Dickson Tenn. was the
ribbon adorned the windows. BrownDavisTo DarleyLeNeaveWedding setting for Mr.&Mrs.Frank Walker Palmer's golden wedding celebrationon
Nuptial music was performed by organist Julia Ripplinger, pianist July 2.Annually.
Jordan, and Wed August 19 AnnouncedMr.
,soloist Suzanne Str ckland.
Rajona Jn marriage her father the bride white the members of the R.A. Palmer family have a reunion; this
witn >eO scaiioneo waist, wore a a ofCthershoulderanu Marcia Ann Brown and Larry & Mrs. Ralph J. Darley an- year it was held at Montgomery Bill State Park in Dickson, Tenn., so
Cram with tree large bowS She carried accepted pink tiger J Uies peaueapoaice and white rosesgown a Daniel Davis will be married this nounce the wedding of their Frank and Martha thought this would be a perfect time to have their party.!
accented with white ribbon. Saturday,August 19 at 6 p.m. at the daughter,Marla Dianne to KennethM. The room was decorated with green cloths on tables centered with arrangements -
Joseph W. McCann served as best man,with Pete Richardson (brotherof Starke home of Mr. & Mrs. Doyle .LeNeave,son of Mr.&Mrs.John- of yellow flowers.The beautiful homemade 3-tiered cake was
the bride) and Gary Byam (the bride's brother-in-law) serving as Thomas. nie LeNeave, all of Starke. The wedding trimmed in yellow with natural yellow flowers on top. The Palmers'
ushers. The bride-elect Is the daughter of was an event of July: 22. daughter, Mrs. Michael J. Whitley, and their daughter-in-law,Mrs.FrankW.
Matron of honor was Robin K. Yeager wearing a pink Southern Belle Mr. &Mrs. Harold Brannon and Mr. Following a short wedding trip to Palmer, Jr., both of Kingsley Lake, assisted in hospitalities. Also
dress with heart-shaped dropped neckline and puffy: sleeves. She carried a Delbert Brown of Starke. The Augustine, the couple now residein assisting were their son,Frank W.Palmer Jr. of Kingsley Lake,and their
bouquet of pink tiger lilies,white daisies and pink ribbon.Frances McKenna groom-to-be is the son of Mr. & Mrs. grandsons, Palmer Brown, Walker Palmer III, and Douglas Hague
and Juanita Richardson served as flower girls. Leroy Hines of Lawtey and Mr. Palmer of Kingsley Lake. Approximately 120 family members shared in
Following the ceremony,a reception was held in the fellowship hall.Linda George Trull of Henderson, Tenn. this occasion.
Byam greeted guests at the door. Pat Lawson and Janice Tylisca cut The Alachua Woman's Club was the scene of a reception given for Mr.&
;,. and served the cake.Kay Richardson presided over the bride's book. Faye \ .. Luke-Matilsky Mrs. Palmer by their family members-Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Whitley
;. Andrews and Rose McKenna assisted guests. Y Engagement ToldMr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Palmer Jr. of Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Damaris H.
Following a wedding trip to California and Mexico, the newlyweds now ( .. Rutledge and Dr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Astrauskas of DeLand.An .
reside in Oxnard, Calif. -\.. .&Mrs.Mark L.Luke of Starke imported ecru hand-embroidered tablecloth was used on the serving
,. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Bradford High School, and joined the US announce the engagement of their table. Native greenery and yellow candles were used in decorating the
Army as a Communications Specialist. She Is now attending college for a daughter, Dana Markaye, to Randy mantle and other vantage points.
degree in Information Systems. -. Todd Matilsky. son of Mr. & Mrs. Those assisting in hospitalities were Mrs.Carl R.Leavitt Jr.of Jackson-
j The groom graduate in 1983 in California and is now employed at Computer Herbert Matilsky of Gainesville.The ville,Mrs. William S.Peters of Kingsley Lake,Mrs.Ernest D.Wilkinson of
Science Corp. in Oxnard. wedding will be held Lawtey, Mrs. R. Earl Bryan, Mrs. J. Franklin Copeland of Alachua, Mrs.
September 23 at the Holiday Inn- R.E.L. Green, Mrs. Elsie Bell, Mrs. Francis C. Skyper Mrs. Beverly Y.
West Gainesville.The Waters, Mrs. Gasper N. Crepeland,Jr.,Mrs.W. Harold lviartin Mrs. Mar
Revival Services Set Carmen Waterhouse bride-elect is a graduate of vin A. Brooker,Jr., Mrs. Richard Means of Gainesville, Mrs. J.T. McCallof
Bradford High School and is Satsuma, and Mrs. Carl W. Walker of Quitman, Ga.
t At St. John Church Celebrates BirthdayCarmen \ employed at The Hair Family in Approximately 175 people attended this affair.
Community Revival Services will Elise Waterhouse Gainesville.The Mr. & Mrs. Palmer were married July 28, 1939 in the Methodist Churchat
be held groom-to-be is a graduate of Alachua and their wedding reception was held at the Alachua Woman's
August: 21-25 at 7 at St. celebrated fourth
her birthday
p.m. Buchholz High School and is Club. Mrs.Palmer is the former Martha Hague,daughter of the late Mr.&
John Baptist Church in Lawtey, McDonalds with
Saturday at family employed at Coronet Fabric Mills in Mrs. E. Dewitt Hague of Alachua. Mr. Palmer is the son of the late Mr. &
Rev. Herman Johnson Pastor. friends.
and Gainesville. Mrs. R.A. Palmer of Alachua. Mr. & Mrs. Palmer have lived at Kingsley
Guest speaker will be Rev. Joe Carmen is the daughter of Jack
Lake for the eighteen
Cephus Johnson of Ebenezer Missionary and Andrea Waterhouse of Hampton. past years.
Baptist Church in Hallan- She was four years old August Dana Markaye Luke u
dale. 10. and Randy. Todd Matilsky "

Births. .
tr51t0tYP \;:"';mhii:![ o'f' "-1t.if\1.\ ... \).nontm: 1t. <.' i I.i)!:.2 'j :. ;: -, ,-I I ...Tiffani Paige Corbett

Phone Wire Maintenance Package --..::: ::;--- ) nounce Mr. &the Mrs.birth Glenn of their Corbett daughter an-, I

o Tiffani Paige, born Aug. 11 at "
Alachua General Hospital. Tiffani .
.. weighed 7 Ib.5 oz.,and joins 2Vt year .1
'. ,'<,'" old brother, Glenn Corbett, Jr.

t'< .t, Yt".i' ..r. .. .Kyle DeValefio k
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/.n" ..,. ". /).. Mr. &Mrs. James T.DeValerio of
lJ. : "' "' Starke announce the birth of a son,
". :' Kyle James, born July 29 in

i Gainesville.Maternal grandparents are Mr. & I I
CENTELJ" Mrs. H.W. Landis of Davie, Fl.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Joseph DeValerio of Ft.
ONLY! Lauderdale. Great-grandmother is I:
4 pAYS Mrs. Jennie DeValerio of Planta- 'I
tion, Fl. I
Where people connectWHATARELIEF
: ...Hanna Elaine JohnsRick '
Eureka Upright
& Gloria Johns of Keystone 1'1
Heights announce the birth of a '
/ < '. daughter, Hanna Elaine, born July
J.. .2 Position Carpet Height $6995 26 at Humana Hospital in Orange ,
: ;- Adjustment) Park. She weighed 7 lb. 8 oz. I
: '". Maternal grandparents are Minnie -
i ;,, Edge Kleenex(Both Sides) Lee Braswell of Orange Park I I
'" Power Driven Beater Bar and Mr. & Mrs. Gordon E. Braswell I
SAVE of Grand Ridge.Paternal .
Brush Roll
5. '
$40" grandparents rae Mr. & i
Top-Fill Bag(Fewer Changes) 4 Mrs. Randy Johns of Starke. Great-
Powerful Lifetime .. A grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. S.R. I
Johns and Mrs. Charles Darby of
Lubricated Motor V Starke. 6 II

Adapts To Above-T1te-Floor Tools -
...Bryan Keith WilliamsBryan

I i & Lisa Williams of Starke !
announce the birth of a son, Bryan
Keith II, born Aug. S at Shands I
u Get protection = === Hospital In Gainesville. He weighed
7 lb. 1 oz. and Joins one brother,

1h against phoneequipment alp old.Maternal Christopher Charles (Cody), 2 yrs. f.

: grandparents are Billie
max Yon and Chuck Elaine Yon all of I
Starke. I
and inside j' i. = Paternal grandparent are Ray
I' mond &Patricia Williams, Jr. '

wire problems Eureka Upright Mighty Mite I

ty 1 RL Canisterice Rachel Kelly Mullins
.. With Cleaning Tools _.
2.0 Peak Glenn and Dianne Mullins of
L = Orlando announce the birth of a I
r. 95 H.R daughter,Rachel Kelly,born August j
6 Motor 14 in Winter Park. '
5' Small monthly j Maternal grandmother Is Ms. 1JJa'
Rae Yawn of Starke maternal l ,
fee onphone Beater Bar Brush Roll, grandfather Is Judge A.Yawn,Jr. r
Deep Cleans ft Grooms of Gainesville. f#
bill 4 Position Carpet Paternal grandparents are Dr. ,
i Height Adjustment S VO and Mrs. R. S. MuUins Starke. ; I

Brilliant HesdHgMMoMIWT
covers all ;'

standard repairs $ Powerful Yet Compact,lightweight.'

-Tool Pate \i'
7-P1ecl 8995 Gospel Sing Set j :\

AftOM-TlM-Floor At Pine Hill Methodist :

Good forsingle ''_ Cleaning Tool Set Pine Hill Congregational :

Methodist Church wilf be having a. i '
line s 5 gospel sing this Saturday night,Aug. .
19, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Featured :
Western Auto singers will be The Thornton Family. : ,
business -ii' lingers. I.
Pastor Josephene Parramore Invites -
customers too ((904)964-6841) everyone to attend.The church
/EiilfEKAStarke. Is located on Brownlee Rd.about 3/4
312 W. Call St. mile past Bradford Vo-Tech on left.
FL '32091 wuMG'tEN IS Refreshments will be served.I" .


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6A TELEGRAPH August 17. t9H9

Walker Honored in Reception, Community Service NotedElizabeth

Givens Walker was Telegraph. She is a member of the
honored for being an especially nice Greater Allen AME Church. gurped down like vitamins, said Rink, Police Chief Jimmy Kpp and Clark City Clerk-Elect linda; Wise, Members Include: Geraldine Kelly,
person who works tirelessly for the She takes into her home those who Jlark. She takes Informed risks, wife Martha; Police Major BillReVi and County Clerk Ray Norman. coordinator of the banquet; Erma
betterment of her community by are down and out. "This little light of keeps the faith,doesn't go off In false and wife, Ann; State Attorney Sponsor of the banquet was the Tisdale, treasurer; Roland Col-
more than 100 of her friends and mine, I'm gonna let it shine was directions, and acts the part of a Len Register and wife, Paula; State Community Outreach Committee, eman, Alvin Tlsdale, Horace
neighbors gathered Saturday night, sung in Ms. Walker's honor by one leader. "She knows how to Attorney-Office Investigator Wiley chaired,, by Vernon Barber. Nichols, and Linda Kate Nichols.
Aug. 12. In the Starke Woman's Club. such delegate" said Clark.A ,

The Starke: matriarch Is noted for "She a person who is dedicatedto good leader acts like a winner. f
contributions to her community over the concerns of her community," Many doubt themselves, but a true
the past 40 years. said mistress of ceremonies Velma leader never shows It, said Clark,
Ms. Walker spent 26 years Chandler. "It seems to me she never and this Is Elizabeth Walker. Clark
teaching special education children tires out. called Ms. Walker a pragmatist, a
others had written off, said guest "We love this lady," said Ms. compromiser, an accomplished
speaker Carl Clark, a retired Brad Chandler, getting a big hand from negotiator...who attains the im- r
ford school administrator from Lake the audience which filled the possible."

City.Ms. Woman's Club. "I thank you. That's the greatest
Walker started the Girl Scout Ms. Walker is known for being compliment I can be paid,"said Ms.
Program In her neighborhood, the strict with children, but one who Walker, embarrassed at all the lov-
Reno area in NE Starke leaves no doubt that she cares greatly ing attention.Ms. .
For the past 40 years Ms. Walker for the young people. "I( just Walker promised, with the
has been a member of her local snows how concerned she is," said Lord's help, to continue to serve.
chapter of the National Associationfor Ms. Chandler. "You can't serve unless you serve
the Advancement of Colored Peo- "She knew if she didn't stop this your fellow man regardless of race, V ; i
NAACP She foolish behavior it'd end up a dinner creed ', she said. i
ple ( ) was one of four color, or )
Bradford County residents who successfully just like this," chided speaker Clark. Seated at the head table with Ms. "I'I.
brought voting rights Ms. Walker spends extra hours giv- Walker were her daughter, Debra
discrimination suits which caused ing of herself, said Clark. "If she Walker-Sims of Starke; Ms. Ella K
Starke and Bradford County to didn't stop it was" bound to lead to Jackson of Daytona Beach, a sister; __
switch to single member voting this very night, he kidded.Ms. cousins Sally Hollis, Paulette

districts with a black majority Walker of herself even Sanders, and Lillie; Bell Lucky,all of I
district. The suits have resulted in when tired and gave the situation seemed Gainesville, and Ms. Gladys Mc-
blacks being elected to the county said Clark. Her work Caslin and Brenda McCaslin from
commission, school board, and soon- didn't end with the final bell or at the Alachua. A son, John L. Givens of _
to-be on the Starke commission.Ms. end of the school year nor did her Tampa, and a brother, Willis Reedof t
Walker is a charter memberof retirement a few years ago mean a Philadelphia, were unable attend.
the Concerned Citizens, and is on thing.The. Presenting gifts to Ms. Walker
the Board of Directors of the Sun- carefully cultivated leader were: the Bradford Chapter of the : '
shine Industries. She submits news ship skills of Ms. Walker are not NAACP, presented by Jimmie \ :
of the black community to the Scott; the Girl Scouts, presented by
Edna Allen; the Greater Allen AME )
Church, presented by Alicia
McMillan; Cecil Ellis presented an .
18th award for Alice Hudson and made a I- lX\ ;
9fappy personal presentation, and the Con- ill :
cerned Citizens of Bradford County,
presented by Pat Smith.
Ms. Smith thanked Ms. Walker for ... -
ItirthdayJejetta "having the courage, time and i I
energy to get it done, and for being ...L '.,
able to delegate." -- (

Mrs. Chandler, the M-C, said Honored for Dedication to Fellow Man...
ki reward is not to the swift, but to
those who endure. Ms. Elizabeth Walker accepts a plaque from Vernon table. The two shown are Ms. Gladys McCaslin of
Guests included School Board Barber, chairman of the Community Outreach Committee Gainesville, a cousin, and Ms. Debra Walker-Sims of
IinII Members Jimmie Scott and Len which sponsored the dinner. Starke Ms. Walker's daughter. I
Schlofman, Chamber Director Anita Members of Ms. Walker's family sat at the head

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Donna Thornton the festivities with Donna were her Anderson Family !
Mrs. Natalie Thorn-
grandmother, '
Honored With
ton of Starke and her great- Reunion Planned

Bridal PartyMiss grandmother, Mrs.. Marion Moyer of Descendants of James M.L.
Jacksonville.The .
Donna Elaine Thornton Anderson and Mary Edna (Frazier)

bride- lect of Reid Hix,was honoredat ;;;} with a hostesses serving piece presented of her chosen Donna Anderson should mark September 2 I

a Coke party on Saturday,Aug. 5, china as a remembrance of the occa- on their calendars. That's the day ,
PRICES BEGIN THURS., AUGUST 17th.THRU. at the Randy Johns home in Starke. sion. the clan will be gathering at the
Hostesses were Evelyn Chastain, home of Leonard Moore, 950
WEDNESDAY/ AUGUST 23rd.Sebastiani. Ruth Johns, Sandra Duncan, Mary Southgate Dr. Starke (or,
Agnes Ferguson, Virginia Johns, nual reunion. Plan to be there by 9
Marion Douglas, ant .EeJY'r.r reLocal Residents a.m. to swap stories and CatcUuB.qS',
Cm ?eatmeAtaU Womack. Receive UNF DiplomasThe the family history, and" brln'ST?
of tte TVat. Guests were greeted at the door by covered dish for the noon meal at
of North Florida
University 12:30 sharp.
Virginia JOhns and presented to the
held term graduation James Anderson's
summer M.L. father
honoree her mother Elaine Thorn-
ton of Kingsley Lake, and the ceremonies Saturday, August 5, in was killed in the Civil War. His
groom's mother, Alliene fix of MlddJeburg. the Morocco Temple auditorium on mother, Elizabeth (Douglass) mar-
St. Johns Bluff Road. ried sellers Cole and later married
A of foods Among those receiving diplomas Daniel Sumner. Descendants of
served variety from the ding table which were were Starke residents Lisa Mitchell these other marriages are also in-
Prevatt,Thomas R. Crosby and Lisa vited to attend the reunion.
was highlighted with a lovely ar- Marie Reddish, along with Lawtey For more information contact
rangement of pink and blue carnations Leonard Moore 964-7506.
resident Shirley Everlena Johnson, ,
and breath old-
baby's In
who received her Master of Education
fashioned white wicker basket. of Fireside to be Held
degree from the College
*3.7 ,,13* JOSE tt Cokes were served from a crystal Education and Human Services. on August 27
punchbown by Christie Johns, Mao Almost 450 undergraduate and
nifer Johns and Elise Am. .graduate students. narticioated. There will be a Fireside titled,
assisting in serving was Virginia commencement' xercise... oun- "We all know and accept the Bible,
"Uons to these four residentson
Darby. grat '
but what about Christ in America.
a job well done!
Among the many guests enjoying To be held on August 27 at 4:30pm at
CRIHARI the Lake Butler Ward of the Churchof

Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
.WHITE ft GOLD uuu. Guest speakers will include Presi-
750Mi dent and Sister Douglas W. Dehaanof

CASK or I* -, the Florida Jacksonville Mission,
TEQUILA '-)113.94.) : / and Elder Alton Christie.
Refreshments will be served. The
public is invited to attend this
special evening with us. For more
a >7: information please contact Elder '

Mark Sharp and Elder Brian Love at
NOTICE 496-1365 or Elder and Sister Per-
shone at 964-5679.
i "..tXJUNTrWiWINKSeCHABO. / |. THE LAND USE PLAN plication to the Starke Zoning S Planning School Menus
,eCA ,SAUV: for reclasslflcatlon of the
ORDINANCE the Comprehensive
) A CASE OFBEER An amending Department
eWH.CAB. > ;
eZINFANDfA : ; irtfcHf Land Us. Plan Element and property described below from BP to Aug. 21-25
UMISBAI'e; Map by City of Stark, Florida in accordance B-2: A parcel of land lying In Section 28 Bradford Elem.&Middle SchoolMonday
j with lh. local Gov.rnm.nt Comprehensive Township 6 South, Rang.22 East Parcel
) BBQ pork on bun buttered corn,
located 206 Water
02986-0-00100, at
Planning Act of 1975 a. provided peaches, brownie,milk.
J 1111 IN YOUR TRUNK! for In Chapter 163 of the Florida Street. Tuesday Cheese tout, french fries, cole slaW,
Statute This proposed change In classification fruit crisp, milk.Wedneoduy. .
TO ALL CITIZENS.Taxpayer and other I. subject| to a public hearing to be held Beefaronl cheese stlx, garden
Interested before Storke Zoning and Planning salad fruit cup hot rolls,milk.
BLANC Of. BLANC persons.You Board on Thursday, August 31, 1989 at Thursday: Plus, later tots fruit chocolate
? and each of are hereby and .
ilMJDCUNDV S) LUSM you 7:00 at the Council Room of Starke cake milk.Fridays
1 CHABLIS ROSfeCOLOMSAKD herewith given notice In accordancewith : p.m. Macaroni & cheese, corndog green
[ Hall 209 N. Street,
sS ,
I RHINE, Florida Statute that the Board of City Thompson beans applesauce,cookie,milk.
t.+ryr Air' 'anLrrrn'i.T City ContmlMloner of Starke, Florida, Bradford High SchoolMonday
S-fAK 'tASe ;I 'OUAirPPAK this time all persons, both for andagoln.t
!(A5 OF427.2S > have designated the Starke Zoning and this proposal shall be heard as ) Pizza, later tots,cole slaw Ice cream,
Planning Board to conduct a public hearing brownies,milk.
at a regular meeting held at 7:00 specified In the Slarke Zoning Codes. Tuesdays Hamburger A gravy, mashed
MASSONCHABLU4 In the City Commission The zoning will make a recommendationto potatoes, turnip greens coconut cake, cornbread -
1iJrpAUli p.m. meetingroom the Starke City Commission on this milk.Wednesday.
** of Starke City Hall, Starke. Florida,
eUURGUNDV /! i application at their regular scheduled Spaghetti w/meat sauce cheese
a ROSE LIGHT CHABLIS; iCA-SJJ )J V on Thursday August 31, 1989, and make hearing set for Tuesday September 19. stlx,garden salad, fruit crisp,hot rolls.:
LIGHT HOSE RHINE 27.25GINRUMVODKA a recommendation to the City of Starke In the Council Room Thursdays BBQ on bun buttered corn,peaches,
1989, at 7:30 p.m., .
chocolate cake, milk.Friday
iBEER I DARK Commissioners, and the Board will consider of Starke City Hall Starke Florida.At Macaroni cheese dog
&Il Ai ;ljGHTft corn green
| on Tuesday, September 19, 1989. this time the Starke City Commission -
:.*-rfMCA8sf. I 'trlL> .,i5L.BIRELL beans, fruit cup,cookie,milk.
the said
at some place at 7:30: p.m. an will make the final decision on the AlaCarteMondays
Ordinance relating' to: after
proposed application, having two
-I'! s The rezoning of the following described public hearings,two advertisements and milkshakes Hamburgers,O.J. corn dog ranch fries,
property and amending the Comprehensive posting. All persons Interested In this Tuesday! Plus, corn dog, french fries,
MK CASE land Us. Plan to provide application are hereby given notice of milkshakes.Wednesday.
30Orr 'f r that land currently zoned I-1 and time and place for the two public hearings Cheeseburger. corn dog ranch
NON-ALCOHOLIC / designated by the plan a* Light Industrial required.. fries, milkshake,O.J.
:. : ;:, BEERtt ;,:-.-.;;.. be rezoned to IM-), and Director. Thursday Hamburgers. corn dog, ranch fries, '
<)2. TL CAN* designated' Residential M. Home the Zoning 4 Planning milkshakes.Friday! Plus, corn dogs, frsnch fries,
property of DONALD NETTLES,described Starke. Florida milkshakes.Each 1.,
a* follows: Lot 6 and 7 of Block 7 out of 2tchg 8/17-24 day students have choice of a hot lunch,
Parcel 03601-0-00000 Section 28. salad bar or a-la-carte. ,
I2o Township 6, Range 22 I, located at BIS --
IRISH N. Thompson Street.
;'s>>AM' You are further given NOTICE that a
copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE It Foster Frank Reynolds
w\m available for your Inspection at the office ,
)of the Director of Zoning and Planning -
209 N. Thompson Street, City Hall, August 15th
Starke, Florida. ,
i ASP Or: Each and every person having any Interest
77.00 whatever In the enactment of this
I proposed ORDINANCE should appear Sappy 74th Birthday

I 4 L141ff'I ana heard at the time and place.

2tchg10.17" b Darrell O'Neof Love Jim : ,family; ,

Director,Storks Zoning
Control. 152 a Planning: :


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DATED this 31st day of A.D.
July. .
By Carol William. EUGENE LATEEF has mode applicationto

\" -"" "' ''''H--_,,,,, '" ',,, "ct\I\: ..iJo'o......,0-" As Deputy Control Clerk CASE CIVIL No.88 DIVISION.609.CA Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE the for Starke reclassification Zoning Planning of the Department .

I, .. _.._ ___ __ 8/3-24 145 MID STATE TRUST II, NOTICE I. hereby given that pursuant described below from OR to CG property: The
in me CIRCUIT;; ;; COURT EIGHTH 4tchg a Delaware Business Trust, to an order. or FINAL JUDGMENT OF front (West Portion) 2.97 acres 345x375'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Plaintiff FORECLOSURE entered In the above captioned of
BRADFORD NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Section 3. Township South Range 22
I will ..11 the
COUNTY. FLORIDA .. REGISTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH vsCLARA case property East, Parcel 01950-000000. located
CASE NO. E. LEE a single woman, and situated In Bradford County. Florida
IN RE: The BOARD OF described as:: .
PURSUANT TO SECTION 86509, FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. This proposed change In classification
ROYCE A. LEAVINS OF BRADFORD Buyers property consisting of
Florid Statutes, notice Is hereby given CIVIL ACTION NO 89.279.CA COUNTY acr"and located subject to a public hearing to be held one ((1) an 43
that the undersigned LEWIS M. ARR. FNB PROPERTIES. INC., Defendants.NOTICE Place North approximately 2Vt\! miles before Starke Zoning Board on Thursday
INGTON Rt. 3. Bon 461 a Florida OF SUIT August 29, 1989 017:00 the
Stark. Fl. corporation South of : p.m. at
State Road
SHANDY L. TO CLARA E. LEE If alive 100 Bradford County
LEAVINS. or dead her Council
32091 sole owner doing business under Plaintiff Room of Starke City Hall 209 N.
WI,.. unknown Florida; legal description as follows:
the firm spouse, heirs, devisees,
nOm. of L-BAR-A TRAILERS VI All Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At this
of that
lot of land
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Rout. 3. Box ALBERT F. grantees, creditors and all other parties piece parcel of time all both for
472 and
Storks, Fl. 32091 intends YOUNG. JR.. o/k/a FRANK situate lying and being In the County of persons agaln.t.thl. ,
NO PROPERTY to register said fictitious name YOUNG: The Unknown Heirs Devisees, claiming by through under or against Bradford State of Florida to wit proposal shall be heard as specifiedIn
LEAVINS under the afordsald statute. Grantees, Assignees, Llenors, her.Whose residences Beginning at a concrete monum.ntmarking the Stark. Zoning Codes.
Residence Unknown. Dated this 25th day of July. 1989. In Creditor. Trustees or Other Claimants YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ore unknown. the one.fourth ((1/4)) Section The Zoning will make a recommendation
YOU ARE HEREBY that an oc-
NOTIFIED that Bradford to the Starke City Commission
an County. claiming by through under on
action -
or lion
against to foreclose a the corner on the West line of Section 25.
for mortgage on
dissolution of marriage has b..n ALBERT F. YOUNG who this application at their regular scheduled
4tpd 7127-8/17 JR.. Is not following 8
In Bradford Township South Rang 22 East Bradford
Iliad against you and known to be dead alive County hearing set for Tuesday
you are required to Control 143 or ; KIERT SUN. Florida through under County thence North 660.00feet September
serve a copy of your written defenses. If DUSADEE and O.iSANTA V. SUN. Whose or against h.r. ; run 20 1989 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council
any. to It. on the Petitioner/Wife attorney IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTIN DUSADEE. his wife; BARNETT RECOVERY YOU ARE Residences HEREBY are unknown. East to 330.00 a concrete f..t monument; thence run Room of Starke City Hall. Starke,
who. nom. and address I.: AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY CORPORATION a Florida corporation lion to foreclose NOTIFIED that an ac. said to a concrete monument Florida. At this time the Stark. City
monument of
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. FLORIDA f/k/a State Wide Collection Corporation; a mortgage on th. being point Commission will make the final decisionon
following beginning of the land
In hereon described.
Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr.. P.A. Civil D.partment CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; and ROYAL Florida, to property wit: Bradford County Thence continue East 330.00 feet the proposed application after having
P. O. Drawer 938 CASE NO. 89-105-CA APPLIANCES. INC., a Florida corporation Section to a two public hearings, two advertisements
25 concrete thence
5 monument North
South ; run
Starka. Florida 32091 J. D. ODOM JR., and a/k/a ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. 22 Rang. and posting. All person Interested
East located In the South. of the SE 132.00 feet to a concrete monument,
and file. the original with the Clerk of the VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM his wife CO.! 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described OS-: thence run West 330.00 feet to a conCrete In this application are
above Defendants. notice of time and for the
styled given place
court on or before Plaintiff. Commence
August at the point where the monument; thence run South
24. 1989: otherwise a (judgement may be vs NOTICE OF ACTIONTO North ROW line of a county graded road 132.00 feet to the point of beginning. two public hearings required.

entered against you for the relief JOHNNY R. HOBBS as Administrator ad V. : KIERT SUNDUSADEE and CRISANTA (which runs along the South edge of the Contain one acre more or less and being 2tchg 8/10-17 DarrellONeal
demanded In the Petition. (IIt.m. of the Estate of ERNEST MAY' but SUNDUSADEE Residence Unknown SE 1/4 of SW 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly part of South 132 feet of the North Director '
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold GREEN a/k/a ERNEST GREEN. Deceased; whose last known residence was 25 ROW of SR 225, run thence West along half of the Southwest one-fourth of the Control 153 Zoning& Planning :
Court on this 25 day of July 1989. et al. Metro Esplrltu Street Manilas, Valenxuela, ROW of graded road to the point where Northwest one fourth of Section 25 Starke. Florida .
RAY NORMAN CLERK Defendants. YOU Phllllplnes. It Intersects the East line of SE 1/4 of SW Township 8 South Rang 22 East
4tchg7/278/17 NOTICE OF ACTION ARE NOTIFIED that an action to 1/4 for POB. From POB continue West at public sale, to the highest and best PUBLIC AUCTIONRon

Control 142 TO DEFENDANTS JOYCE GALLAGHER foreclose a mortgage encumbering the, along ROW 80 feet, run thence North, bidder for cash at the front door of the D.nmark Self. will hold
following Storage a
a/k/a JOYCE A. property In Bradford County parallel to the East line of Bradford Courthouse t
DOREMUS a/k/a JOYCE Florida SE 1/4 of SW County In Storks, public auction of: BIN NUMBER 43,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH GREEN:; ROGER DALE GREEN; and all Lots S:, 6. 7. and 8 of Block 1/4. 250 feet, run thence East parallel to Florida at 11:00 am. on August 21, Belonging to EARL BAPV1ER. ,i
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD. parties claiming Interests by through Town of Stark. the 12. Original ROW, 80 f..t; run thence South to ROW 1989. The .01. will take place at 2117 N.
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. under or against said Defendants or thereof Section except East 105 feet 250 feet to POB. DATED THIS 31st day of July, 1989. Temple Ave., Stark., Florida on Saturday

CASE NO. 89-351.CA ERNEST MAY GREEN deceased or his Rang.22 East Bradford 26 Township 6 South has been filed against you and you are CLERK OF CIRCUIT; COURT August 26, 1989 at 9:00: A.M.
DAVID M. MCMILLIAN and Estate, or any and all parties having or has been filed required to serve a copy of your written By Carol Williams, 2tchg 117-2.
MARIANNE A. MCMILLIAN. his wife, claiming any right title or Interest In theproperty YOUNG.JR. a/k/a against you ALBERT F. defenses If any to It, on the Plaintiff Deputy Clerk Control 155
Plaintiffs hereinafter described FRANK YOUNG; The attorney whose name and address Is: HARRY M. HOBBS P.A.Attorneys .
v. YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institutionof Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Harry M. Hobbs, Esquire for Plaintiff
this action Assignee.. Llenors, Creditor., Trusteesor Harry M. Hobbs P.A.P. P. O. Box 20448 I
JAMES BENNETT JR., JR.. and VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM. his Claimants claiming' by O. Box 20448 Tampa Florida 33622-0448 TO REGISTER i
Defendants. wife, against you seeking to foreclose a through under or against ALBERT F. Tampa Florida 33622..... (813)) 286-8333 FICTITIOUS NAME
YOUNG. JR.. who Is not known to be and file the original with th. Clerk of the Control 146
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO mortgage on the following-described dead alive Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
DEFENDANTS property In Bradford County Florida ; CORPORATION above styled Court on or before August 4tchg 8/3-24 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
WILLIE MACK WILLIAMS and videlicet: a Florida corporation f/k/o 22 1989, otherwise a Judgment may be undersigned TERRANCE PETRILLO P. O.

JAMES BENNETT JR. THAT PART of East Half of Northwest State Wide Collection Corporation; CITY entered against you for the relief Sox 1485, High Springs, Fla. 32643 sole
Residence Unknown Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section Of STARKE FLORIDA; and ROYAL AP demanded In the Complaint or Petition. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO owner doing business under the firm

AND All OTHER WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Thirty-Six, Township Five South Rang. PLIANCES. INC.. a Florida corporation WITNESS My hand and the seal of said REGISTER name of TERRY'S AUTO SALES. P. O. Box
: Twenty-one East which lie. North and a/k/a ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.; Court on July 19, 1989., FICTITIOUS NAME "76. Waldo Fl. 32694 Intends to register
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Westerly of County Graded Road knownas and you are required to serve a copy of Hon. Ray Norman Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida said fictitious name under the aforesaid
title! the an action toqul.t Primitive Baptist Church and Hilbron your wrltt.n defenses, if any to It on Clerk Circuit Court Statutes, notice is hereby given that the statute.
Bradford to Florida following property In Springs Road as now located and lying Kent Ridge t Crawford plaintiffs attorney Control 136 undersigned RUDOLPH THORNTON and Dated this 10th day of August 1989 In I
County : who. address Is JOYCE M. THORNTON, 560 Glendale St.
South and West of a Branch : ...tchg7l27.817IN Bradford County.
South \M! of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of NW running I
900 Florida Bank Starke, Fla. 32091
through sold land being In the East Half National Tower joint owners doing 4tpd 8/10.31 I
1/4 Section 17, Township 6 South of Northwest Quarter of Southeast 225 Water StreetJacksonville. business under the firm name of THORN Control 147 I
Rang. 22 East containing 5 acres more Quart.r of Section Florida 32202on THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH TON t ASSOCIATES 117-B South Thompson -
or I.... Bradford County Florida. Five South Rang.Thirty-Six Township or before August 24, 1989. and file JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF St., Stark. Flo. 32091. Intends to

has been flied against you and you are containing on. acre, more Twenty-One or I.... East the original l with the Clerk of this Court FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD register said fictitious name under the
required to serve a copy of your written ALSO a 1957 Victoria mobile either before) service on plaintiff s attorney COUNTY aforesaid statute.Doted .
defenses. If any to It on Johnny R. bearing ID 7794. and Title ., or Immediately thereafter; otherwise CIVIL DIVISION this 10th day of August 1989 In
Hobbs; Jr., Esquire, Plaintiffs' attorney affixed permanently a default will be entered against Cose No. 89.208-CA Bradford County.
whose address Is P.O. Drawer 938 YOU ARE to said lands. you for the relief demanded In the com MID STATE TRUST II. 4tpd 81031Conlroll..B
Stark., Florida 32091" on or before defenses REQUIRED this to file your written plaint or petition: a Delaware Business Trust r STARKE
to with
action the Clerkof
August 31. 1989 and file the original th. Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and seal of this
In and for Bradford CHURCH
with th. clerk of this court either before Florida and Court on the 20th day of July 1989. OF GOD
County serve a
servke on plaintiffs attorney or Immediately copy RAY NORMAN 422 N.St Clalr-M4-S445
thereof the for the Plaintiffs
attorney -
thereafter; otherwise a upon Clerk of the Circuit Court
who Is: [ 7\\ Spratlin, Pastor
default will be entered against you for 4tchg 7/27.8/17
We Invite to :'
the relief demanded In the complaint or Control 138 you worship with us
petition. 403 West Georgia Street Attended Nursery
DATED this 21st day of July 1989. Post Office Box 1056 3u.<%8001EvMlng .. . .. . .. t0.m r rammg 0''
Control 141 Ray Norman Stark., Florida 32091 The average 18-month-old little girl will be Just about twice a* tall and wa.tttp.. . . liens
((904)) 964.7262 five times SMvlce. . ':
A. Clerk of a* heavy at the age of 18. a pm
Stchg 7I282" Court not lat.r than 8 September 1989. it 11'.1 W"'dMdyVouft ................ 730pm ,,1,11Ji1
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Blankenship'sChimney inc Tuesday Titus HOME of Starke i

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Service HWY 301 North ,, Wednesday .Monuments or 964-2328
art v" H.brewa10193g East McMoniile 211 N.Tanpie Ave
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Store '
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864-N.Temple 964-7061 964-6111 '
103 Edward Rd. a 964-8588 Saturday i

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We rebuild starters,alternators for Over 50 reon Starke
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Cmtom nude exhaust systems
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-- day August 31, 1989 at 7:00; p.m. at the ing two public hearings, two advertisements 2lchg 8/10-17 B Planning
NOTICEAPPLICATION Council Room of Stark City Hall 209 N. and posting. All persons Interested Control ISO Zoning Stark, Florida
mien FOR REZONING Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At this In this application are hereby
I I'N JAMES R. FLYNN has made application time all persons both for and against given notice of time and place for the
to the Stark. Zoning 8 Planning Department this proposal shall be heard as specifiedIn two public hearings required.
for reclassification of the property the Stark Zoning Codes.
described below from RI-D to RP: Lots The Zoning will make a recommendation
One and Two of Block B-1 of the Sunny to the Starke City Commission on
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD two public Hearings .equiredDarrellONeal Acres Subdivision Section 21, Township this application at their regular scheduled .. .
OtlNTY FLORIDA 2tchg> 10 17 Director, 6 South Range 22 East, Parcel hearing set for Tuesday September
PROBATE DIVISIONFILE 151 S Planning 024000-00104, located at 409 West 19, 1989 at 7.30; p.m. In the Council
Control Zoning
NUMBER 89-103-CP Slarko Florida Georgia Street Room of Stark City Hall Stark.
DIVISION 1-4093 This proposed change In classificationIs Florida. At this time the Starke City
N RE THE ESTATE OF subject to a public hearing to be held Commission will make the final decisionon
ANN POOLE before Stark. Zoning Board on Thurs the proposed application after hav In Copenhagen Denmark some brides rent wigs with tresses eight feet
D.c.a..d.NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION long to n wear noo' for_ their weddinas.

the administration of the estate of
ANN POOLE deceased, File Numb.r
>'' 103-CP. Is pending In the Circuit Court Prices In this ad good thru

'Bradford>'vision' the address County, of Florida which Is Probate P. O. USDA Choice Beef Sunday August 20, 1989.i' .

')rawer B. Storke, Florida 32091 The
i nuns and addresses of the personal
presuniallve and the personal
", ifs''i'ativei attorney are set forth
A i "interested persons are required toW
., ,i-h this court, WITHIN THREE MON-
j.J'I.C E (I 1)) all claims against the estate
vat \ii, ony objection by an Interested BROIL I AND
vi, son on whom this notice was served
'nm chul'onges' the validity of the will
>,o qualifications of the personal 0
"''["ttsoniative. venue or jurisdiction of
trio court TOP ROUND
1 r ublullon, of this notice was begun Ilh __ f

in August 17 1989. _
P. O. Box 1369
Keystone Heights Fl. 32656 Lb.
i f'JU D I Nowell Esq.
O Box 1369
Hi', ti-np Heights Flo. 32656
Ti I.-jhcne ((904)) ..134928

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CASE NO 08.523.CA
STONE STATE BANK a Florida bank-
>'j orl'orallan|
Plainnffl ,
l'A tKW r lAGAN and ANNE Y FAGAN. tI
i t""s wife
H.i( I HARD J GAWLEY as surviving
COMPANY a dissolved Florida Corporation

o Russet BakingPOTATOES
Political Subdivision of The State of '
Florida t t t t
Notice is given that pursuant to a final
judgment dated August 10 1989 In Case U
No 88.523.CA of the Circuit Court of the FREE DIET
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for Brad
ford County Florida. In which KeystoneState PEPSLTR95: *
Bank Is the Plaintiff and JACK W.
FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN his wife; $ 98
RICHARD J. GAWLEY as surviving ,3
COMPANY a dissolved Florida corporation Lb..r

FLORIDA CRAMER, ; a Political BRADFORD Subdivision COUNTY of the Dinner Bell All Halibut Or Swordfish $jo9

State of Florida; and TORODE OIL COM
PANY are the Defendants, I will tell to Beet
the highest and best bidder for cash in Meat And All STEAKS
th. lobby at the front door of the Brad PEPSI AND RELATED
ford County Courthouse In Stark., Brad 1 /j
ford County. Florida between 11:00 FRAN
A.M. and 2:00: P.M. on September 6, $
1989. the following described propertyset $299 ) r
forth In the order of final |judgment: Lb. 12/120z.
Tract 14 and the West 3 acres of Tract cana Fresh Green
13 of an unrecorded plat of "GENEVA
wOODS". being more particularly
s described as follows: Carlo Rossi
A parcel of land situated In the Northeast $119Fink
One Quarter of the SouthwestOne Burgancy -
Quarter of Section 25, Township 8 p
South Range 22 East Bradford County, Chablis : ==
Florida, sold parcel being more par Chablis Vin
ticularly described as follows:
Commence at a concrete monument at Sangria Lt
the Northwest corner of said SW 1/4 and COORS COORS
run South B926'12"East along the North Chian Lbs.
line of sold SW 1/4 a distance of 1356.03 LIGHT
feet to a concrete monument on the 12 02/6 pack cans
Easterly right of way line of a county $599
graded road; thence run South 000324"West $ 79
along said Easterly right of way \
Ime 1328.15 feet to a concrete monument
and the point of beginning, thence
continue South 0003'24" West along
said Easterly right of way line 679.33 1 1 I (lo
feet to a concrete monument: thence run
South B949 15'>East740.10feettoacon-
crete monument, thence run. North
00'03'24' East 412.00 feet to a concrete
monument: thence run North 894915"
West, 251.27 feet thence run North 16 Oz. Assorted F
00'03'24" East 267.33; feet: thence run 46 Oz. Mt. Olive 8 Oz. Assorted Light N' Lively 9.5 Oz.Reg.Bran BiscuitsBUTTERMENOTS

North 8949'IS" West, 488.83 feet to the PFEIFFER DRESSINGS KOSHER DILLS
point of beginning; Bald tract being Tract 100 YOGURT
No. 14 and the West 3.00 acres of Tract _
13 as shown on an unrecorded map by

Joseph September G.14.Knapp 1978: said Surveyor parcel contain doted $109 ; ; $139 s l

ing 10.00 acres more or less : 2/990/ 109i

Dated this 15th Honorable day of August Ray NormanAs 1989. ; ,

Clerk of Court i LAVJ
By: Carol WilliamsAs .. '''. :::.'::,:,:::::-: .,- _
Deputy Clerk .....-; .. --...::::- ,

Publication of this notice on August oo .mn-notto.. .... .. ..
:. r
17, 1989, In the Bradford County I ,:
Telegraph Control 156 46 Oz. Juicy Red 46 Oz. -Orange/Lemonade Fruit Punch/Lemon-Lime 10 Oz. Frozen Assorted I 6 Oz.: Frozen Double Chocolate


JEWELL BRADBURY has made applicationto '
the Starke Zoning S Planning Department
for reclassification, of the property "J
described below from Rl-C to RM-1; Lots !
1 A 2 of Block 6, Section 2B. Township 6, + 1rw ,
Flt Range 22 E.. Parcel 035990-00100 I IPAGE'
located at Thompson Street Stark.
This proposed change In classificationIs "
subject to a public hearing to be held White Facial' 9.75 Oz. Old El Paso Oz. Oat Bran
Zoning Board on Thurs I EGG
b.foIStark. 1989. at 7:00: p.m. at the TISSUE TACO DINNER WAFFLES -
61 Stark.City Hall. 209 N.
Thompson Street Stark., Florida. At this
lime all persons both for and against
this proposal shall be heard as specifiedIn
the Stark Zoning Cod... 3I$1$149$169tit/ ;
The Zoning will make a recommendation ,
to the Starke City Commission on
this application at their' regular scheduled
hearing set for Tuesday September
19, 1989 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council
Room of Stark City' Hall Stark.,
Florida. At this time the Stark City
Commission will make the final decisionon s t t t I '
the proposed application alter having '
two public hearings, two advertisements -
and posting. All persons Interested -
In this application are hereby
given notice of time and place for the


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Joined in MarriageMiss I r

Rhonda Sue Harrell sheath princess style with-large sequin SUMMERW2'
daughter of Mrs. Dolly Harrell and and pearl motifs accenting the
the fate Guy Harrell of Brooker,was front bodice. Full pouted lace SPECIAL
joined In marriage' to Laure Bee sleeves with bows at the cuffs, a
Roberson, III]. son on Mr. mermaid flare skirt culminating into
and Mrs. Laure Bee ";:;am" Rober- a sweep train accented with a
son Jr., Saturday April 29 at 7 p.m. large bow in back. Her headpiecewas 1
at Brooker Baptist Church, with a white silk side sweep flowers
Rev. Greg Douglas and Rev.Charles with waterfall pearls and sequins.She .
Green officiating.The carried a European style, hand 4
church was decorated with tied bouquet of bridal pine roses,
two heart shaped, spiral and arch rosario alstroemeria and baby's
shaped candefa ras. Green palms breath.
and ferns adorned the front of the Debra Roberson, Beth Parrish '
church and down the aisles. Two and Alisa Griner were bridemaids, R t tc4'
creative pink and white ar- they were attired in gowns similar to o
rangements were displayed on the matron of honor and also carried I
pedestals, along with arrangementson European style hand tied bouquestsof d *
the arch candelabra. The win bridal pink roses, rosario
dows of the church were graced with alstroemeria and baby's breath.
flower arrangements and markers Candy Quick served as the flower
and bows were attached to the pews. girl, dressed in a gown to match the
The bride, given in marriage by over members of the wedding party.
her nephew Brett Parrish, wore a The groom's father, Laure Bee
formal length gown of slipper satin, "Sam" Roberson,Jr, was best man, fczaMhP 1*, .vj v *9 M* -
with embroidery, motifs and english with Ricky Roberson, Chuck Moore >
netting-sequins and pearls on a fit and Dale Turman, serving as
ted bodice with dropped basque ushers. Spike Quick was Ring
waist sheer yoke. A wedding ring Bearer. \
collar was heavily beaded and encrusted Pianist for the occasion was Kim
with seed pearls. Long Welchaccompanied by Charlotte ,
tapered sleeves, highly detailed cut Durrance as the organist. Kathy "
out motif lace appliques and heavily Green sang during the ceremony ,
sequined and pearled-callas point. performing'That's The Way" and'He
The long cathedral train had large has Chosen You For Me", with $ ON OUR 13 PIECE I
cut-outs appliqued, heavily the Rev. Greg Douglas singing "The od.l I SA"E +.PORTRAIT PACKAGE I I

embellished with cut-outs and Lord's Prayer". -.r" An 8x10 Portrait plus
details and sequins and seed pearls. A reception followed the ceremonyin Two 5x7V and 10 wallets. I
The bride carried a loose cascade of the Fellowship Hall at the church, Bee 'BeBe' Roberson III Advertised special includes traditional NOW$595 I
& Mrs. Laure
Bridal white roses, stephanotis and which was decorated with palms, ( poses only Limit' one special, package ONLY I
rosaria alstroemeria accented with ferns, ficus trees, and arrangementsof per: subject Black and white backgrounds (Regular $9 95)) I
pearl sprays and long strands of ivy. pink and white roses. and special, oIlectsponratsvat
available advertised NO void
in package !
The bride's and The Bride's table held the wedding door at the beginning of the Tolleson ( I
headpiece veil was a reception Inez Green, Shirley Green, with other offer All ages welcome DATES:
two-tier veil of illusion attached to a cake, which had four tiers with line, followed by the bride s Jean Douglas Janie Hayes, Edith Families': and groups $150 per additional I
lace wreath with seed pearls' featured arrangments of mother, Mrs. Dolly Harrell the Melvin,Sue Davis and Stella Lovely. I subject Poses our selection LOCATIONS: I Iappro
crystals and waterfall pearls designed alstroemeria, bridal white roses and bride and groom, and the groom's Following their wedding the couple "Imale. il; P"r"" I
to match her gown. pink roses between each layer. The parents Mr. and Mrs. Laure Bee took a wedding trip to North size 'f" "n" HOURS: I
Lynn Melvin served as Matron of groom's cake was a strawberrycake. "Sam" Roberson, Jr. Carolina and Tennessee.The I IL
Honor,wore a white formal gown of All the tables were covered Elaine Bessinger and Charlene couple will reside in Tampa, I II
taffetta and lace, full length, long J with white tabecloths, overlaid with Thomas did the honors of serving the where the bride is employed at ; II II I 1 1I
lace, with large pink bows at pointsof wedding cake, with the help of Ruth Shackleford, Farrior, Stallings and I
interest. Punch was served from a Davis and Brenda Baker, servingthe Evans, P.A firm and the groom is I t.CIIM. ly al Wa1 Malt I

Cable TVProposed silver fontain, with the table accented groom's cake. Karen Cox and employed by the Hillsborough County ___ _PRESENT THIS COUPON AT riME OF SITTING____ ..J
with pink and white roses and Dana Scaff resided at the table of the Property Appraiser's Office in
greenery. bride's book. Assisting at the recep- Tampa.
.'....kip) Johns erected guests at the tion were Kathv Hallmark. Donna

In S & W BC

By.Joe CissyCT

Another Staff Writer TV cable company has .

approached the county commission e P miLLERS I Ivlsi'
requesting a franchise to install e F F.Y i
cables in rural Bradford County.
The company, Southeast 1 ( SUPERMARKETS -
Cablesystems Inc., of Milledgeville,
Georgia, is looking at areas south
and west of Starke, and guaranteesto
have the cable in operation within
eight months, says Jim Remmell,
Jr. Franchise Representative.
"No exclusive franchises have 'F
been given in Bradford County" Lb. t ylI.Pop, e si
Remmell was told but he shouldprepare
a plan, with a map of the
areas to be served and submit it to ,,, ? O
the commission for approval.>> 'rbrr
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Ordinances... I L3

Two new ordinances are being *
prepared for the commission by
County Attorney Reggie Flynn.
One is to regulate the disposal of JD $ [?!E: 8 4 tt8p'rL ay R rlt S
sludge within the county. Sludge is
defined in part as pollution control
residual generated by a treatment r MHMilft

Slant, pollution control facility, sep- iP
grease trap, portable toiletor
related operation. It may be a
solid, liquid or semisolid waste, and i.LVOI
hazardous-toxic wastes are
specifically excluded.A V-'l
second ordinance to be prepared "N '
will define the proposed special Ar'h
assessment of $100 per household.

operation.When This emergency assessment. will services be earmarkedfor and jail 4 *4: ,t. [| Register to win w7, : MUFFIN:, /MIXOpening ? .

considering granting excep- >' or Microwave
a Dryer
tions to special cases, "don't open r } :
the gate,' is the feeling of the com- t 1, i"r to be given away
mission. .i (
Although a few bona fide hardshipcases '' ) y( ( Thursday August 24th at E ,
deserve some consideration,it SiZt I
is difficult to restrict those cases to j 2:00p.m. ,
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truly needy situations. ------ --------
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VFW Post 1016 Has MIUER'S I Qt I
DriveThe <
Membership ; SKa I II
I at
membership of Bradford ; I Name I II t ?;:FREE:
County Memorial VFW'Post 1018 I I II
wants to be representative of all ",' I I II L'11rga, FJirdrary; sta
parts of the Bradford community. t; I Address I II '
Eligible veterans from all areas of 13. I j I II' '
the county are now urged to should) i I t t I Phone I h e''. 5, ''C : ,!g
Eligible active duty veterans I II I t '
r 't '1 No purchase necessary. r K
contact possible the Post waiver Quartermasterabout of annual I Must be 1 B Yean arMterJo enter. I Et p'
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membership dues.
We want you-- Veterans of
Grenada, Lebanon!, Libya, Iran In- t e e
duU.Post w6
dian Ocean and the Persian *'
Quartermaster David L. Huber "v v'r.r '
and life member chairman Dewey
Ingoe will have a table set up to take
applications in tthe rFoot t" l iJ
Heroes Restaurant in
Village Shopping Center on Saturday -
19 from 9 r '4 ''' '
August brownies ( ; llJ1rtr
Homemade cookies and lj 4 t : ; 5'

will be for sale also.Salazar's.
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jL_ V Lot Variances GrantedThe I

Bradford County Board of Ad- back on the side towards a 175 feet
r' justment,meeting Tuesday,July 25, undeveloped lot.
granted a variance to Herbert A. Two other variances were approved -
,ri Poncher. to build a home on his lot by the board: Charles Garrard
rA on Santa Fe Lake, which does not owns property on Morgan Road
Honored meet the required set back distanceson which Is about 385 feet wide. His re-
the sides.Poncher quest is for a variance to subdivideinto
is retiring and intends to three lots, about 128 feet each.
A black and white color scheme, build a retirement home on a 50 foot Minimum lot frontage in the area
'presenting black ink on white lot he acquired some time ago. The is 200 feet,with minimum acreage of
newsprint, symbolized the 110th Anniversary house design is for a 30 foot wide 2V4 acres.The board did not go along
of The Bradford County Mi house with porch along the side. Set with dividing into three lots, even
relegraph and more than half a cen- back requirements are for a 10 feet though the acreage is sufficient, but
:ury of news papering for its former set back on each side. The six feet did allow dividing into two undersize
publisher, Gene Matthews. Mural porch will extend Into the required lots!, one 192 feet, the other 194 feet.
size pictures of early Starke, and 10 feet set back area. The dimen- George Gerrard, a son, also !
:opies of historic newspaper sions of the plans, as the approved for a variance for
headlines were also used to lend variance wilrallow,will have a 9 feet his lot, adjacent to his father, whichis
Fourth Estate" atmosphere at a setback on the side adjacent to an 189.12 feet wide.
reception held Friday night, August existina buildine. and a 5 feet net-
11, in the new KOA banquet room,
honoring the paper and its "editor
More than 300 friends and "
associates turned out on a rainy .keMeT
night for this event which climaxedthe
publication of a 118-page anniversary
issue, marking 110 yearsof
publication for Florida's oldest
weekly newspaper published con I _i ll __ 'm Yours
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tinuously under the same masthead.
Matthews was presented the keyto 4 Long-Time Friends are Reunited...

the city by Mayor Bobby Biggs, Four members of the Bradford High Class of 1927 got Telegraph's K.L. (Gene) Matthews.Ms.Ellse Jones of
together with a resolution commen- together Saturday, Aug. 12, for the celebration of the Gainesville, Ms. Harriet Rlcharde of Starke. and Or.
ding the paper's support of progressive 110th anniversary of The Telegraph.They are (l-r) The Sam Sternberg of Daytona Beach.
community projects since \\vx
its founding in 1879. A similar resolution .. III
was presented by Maxie Carter, A time God made offer to
Jr. behalf long ago. an us.
on of the Board of County
Commissioners. PUBLIC NOTICE Basically he said. 'Take Me. I'm yours." Since

Matthews, who was one of eight then we've taken Him. all right although not In

journalists recently inducted into the He wanted to. But God Is steadfast.His .
the Florida Newspaper Hall of Absentee Ballots for City of Starke Election way us
Fame, introduced two others who love for us Is eternal. He will forgive us If we

were similarly honored and were September 12, 1989 Just ask. Two thousand years ago. He establisheda

guests Frisbee,at a the long-time reception friend: Loyal and plan of salvation for all of us. for the duration of

retired publisher of the Polk County Are Now Available At City Hall the world. It is THAT plan that we talk about at
Democrat in Bartow; and John Paul First Christian Church. We don't add to the plan.
Jones, Sr.of Gainesville, founder
and publisher of Florida Magazine. 209 N. Thompson Street we don't take away from It. It's God's plan. and

The refreshment tables were we gratefully accept It.
laden with hot and cold hors
d'oeuvres and finger foods, as well For more information, come by during regular FirstChristian Church

as decorated several with varieties luscious fresh of cakes fruit. business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 507 W. Call St. "

The tain arrangement centerpiece was with a several flowing floral foun- 5 p.m. or call the office of City Clerk, 964-5027. Bible School 9:45 am Worship 10:45 am .

arrangements at vantage points The Friendliest Little Church in Town"TERWILLEGAR ,.,
around the room.A .
highlight of the reception was a
1930's "flapper age" song and dance
routine featuring the Macclenny
Jewelettes, composed of seven "gay
gals" in fringed skirts, flowing str- __
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bands. Their rendition of the
Charleston and "Ballin' the Jack"
brought back many memories of the -

"flirty Street thirties.Dance." .. } MOTORS

The Macclenny group also enter-
tained at Saturday night street
dance, closing the two-day celebra- b
tion. The Bill McRae and W.B. : The Store
McKinney duo, and Arne Hauger'sSouthbound -
Band provided music In ri-i--

for munity the dancers College in parking the Santa lot Fe until Com-a Where Trucks Are Always

late hour. On SALE --


(from page 1A) F-150 4x4 F-350 Crew CabXLT

bumps or water breaks'on side
streets to slow traffic in the residential Lariat. AC. convenience group. AM/FM stereo F- 150 4x2
areas. with cassette. limited slip axle handling pkg.. XLT Lariat AC convenience 4 Door
The streets with fire tachometer speed control tilt wheel light group
are narrow group. AM/FM steno With fuel
: cassette aux. XLT Lariat.AC.Auto overdrive, trailer
the Melvin sliding rear window chrome
hydrants near pavement grill
said, and some people are drivingtoo tank speed control tilt wheel, sliding tow pkg., speed control tilt wheel.
fast, damaging roads and en- rear window chrome rear step bumper AM/FM stereo with Cassette power
dangering playing children. $ 2 7 8 convenience group, light group windows power door locks light group,
Commissioner George Pierce saidit Per Month tachometer white sidewall tires sliding rear window 7.4 diesel engine
seems to him that the town has a dual rear wheels
"law enforcement" problem. *
Melvin countered, saying that $227 *
Marshal Tommy Raulerson could $750
not be on duty at all times. Per Month Rebate

The posted speed limit is 35 mph. 10 TO CHOOSE FROM
Marshal Raulerson requested the
council to authorize a "stepdown"in r
speeds on CR-18, east of the
school. Raulerson said the traffic
signs don't give motorists time to ad-
just to the chool zone. He requesteda Worn
"Reduced Speed" sign be erected
outside town, followed by slower r..
speeds in steps, from 45 mph to 35
mph and down to 30 mph.
The council did not take formal ac-
tion. BRONCO

XLT trim privacy glass tachometer. light
Farmer's Market... '. 1 group.
Melvin reported the state.has "not .., cassette locks captain's&windows chairs.console.AC 302 AM/FM V-8. automatic stereo with XLT Trim AC. 60/40 cloth seats. YES WE DO HAVE CARS
yet transferred the Farmer'Market j chrome step bumper tachometer.
allowed overdrive
to the town but has window
the of Correctitfna'toutilize sliding rear electronic
Department the buildings for storage of AM/FM stereo with cassette TEMPOS $1000 REBATE 12 to choose from
building materials. '.->
The Department of Correctionswill Rebate TBIRDSESCORTS $180O REBATE 10 to choose from
be using the buildings tor about $1,000"
18 months, while thei new prison is -- -
$10OO REBATE 7 to choose
being built in Union C unty.SThe new
facility will be locatednear the
North Florida Receptiod Center TAURUS $1000 REBATE 8 to choose from
(formerly the Reption anc Medical
Center. There are/three-reception CROWN VICT. $1000 REBATE 13 to choose from
centers in the stave now\thus the
change In name) on land donated to PROBE $SOO REBATE 5 to choose from
the state by Uni n. The
Reception Center \fronta? on the
Brooker-Lake Butlef couthole" NO MONEY DOWN
road, but the new prison will probably
front on SR-121. 15 TO CHOOSE FROM
Open Containers...
Brooker's Open Container Or- 85 Nissan '87 F-150 '88 CJ8g GraD Prix '87 Aerostar '84 Bronco
dinance 89-4 became effective July King Cab ((4x4) .
28, ten days after the July 18 council ALT II 4x4
4 Sp..Air. SWB. Super Wrangler PackaJrC28.000 Ml.AT.Air. Stereo.
meeting.Marshal Raulerson told the coun- 5 s P.. Air: Chrome Nice Truck SolITop.6CyL$885O 8pjL Wheel Show Room Hunter Special
cil that Handy-Way Food Store has Wheel ShowBed New AT. 6 Cyt. 7 Pass. Digital 5 Sp.,Air, Cloth.New
not posted required signs advising P. Tire*
customers that containers cannot be $6795 $6995

opened Attorney on the Hobbs premisis.volunteered to $5995 $10,888 $3995Terwillegar

write to Handy-Way and advise
them to Install signs in compliancewith Hctau|MkM Hkr timlmHnt OfUont,plu*UxTIaf 4 UUc
the town ordinance.

Cable Television...
Melvin reported that homes are in Motors Ask About Our
process of being connected for cable
television and some people will be
receiving cable signals before the
next council meeting. Statewide LIFETIME Ii
Brooker residents have been look- 964-7200 1-80d-329'JFORD$ 473-FORD rQ SERVICE
Ing forward to cable television for Starke 371-1096 388-FORD; Keystone Heights : GUARANTEEtL
more than a year, but delays have
slowed progress far beyond the promised 209 Madison Gainesville Jacksonville' State Road 21.
Melvin said, "It won't be long'

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SFCC President Robertson Announces Retirement in 1990

J. Robertson has announcedhis Festival attracted only a few hun- lection. academically renowned colleges.In 6th Street and use the 15,000 square in the South Pacific and flew on 57
resignation, effective April 30, dred people in Its first year,1969,but Santa Fe's $10 r.iilllon performing 1984 the college opened its 80,000sq. foot facility as an inner-city combat missions. He was "It'assistant -
1990, as president of Santa Fe Com- drew more than 90 thousand at its arts theatre is planned for comple- ft. Health Sciences Center on the outreach center. dean in the College of Business
munity College, a position he has 20th anniversary in April. In recent tion In 1991 as the keystone of a main campus, and a year later open- Robertson was born in Englandand Administration and dean for University
held since 1972. years it has also staged successful Gainesville cultural complex on SW ed its Starke Center (since renamedthe grew up in Pittsburgh, Pa. He Relations and Development at
"It is with great regret that we ac- Fall Arts Festivals in Starke. 34th Street. Andrews Center) to residents of received his bachelor's and master's the University of Florida and was
cept this resignation," said Harold The Santa Fe Gallery opened in During the Robertson years Santa Bradford County.In degrees from the University of assistant manager of the GainesvilleArea
(Pat) Farnsworth, chairman of the 1978 and has exhibited works of Fe has become a charter member of 1988 the college announced Missouri. Chamber of Commerce and a
college's Board of Trustees. "Mr. Reubens, Goya, and other world the League for Innovation in the plans to renovate the unused During World War II,he was a 1st vice president of the First National
Robertson was Santa Fe's second famous artists in the Hirschhorn col- Community College,a consortium of railroad depot on Gainesville's NW Lieutenant on U.S. heavy bombers Bank in Ft. Myers.
president and the college's chief executive -
\ for 17 years. He has guided
I, Santa Fe from its early beginnings

i,I and to best its communitr.colleges present.status as-one_In Florida of the '1rmo; < @(QQ) ))]) @l1TIf



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$ 500 i inc. Factory Paint
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& Minor Repair

-' Freo Estimates Froo Estimates
'res. Alan Robertson
Steve Lee Terry BlaJteslee Jerry Miller
Robertson succeeded Joseph For- Sales Manager
dyce as president the same year that
SFCC moved from several scattered
locations in Gainesville to its --
125-acre campus near 1-75. Get Your e1
At that time the college had 1,600 a
students and a faculty of 94 Instruc-
tors.Today it has 10,000 students and ,"- "
253 Instructors.In For Only f iKxassziaiisz-
Mr Robertson's first year as
president, Santa Fe began its com-
munity education program which
now, In conjunction with Alachua -
County School Board, serves 13,000 $15500 tf zRt.
l z
students a year. In the same year it
opened a teaching zoo which is one of
only two such community college
In the country.Santa.Fe's.popular .
r ,.programs- Spring Arts ....' .. ,- .-. -. ''' .... ,., ,.
per mo
Last Chance

For Fall SFCC Term 5 sp, air and much more o

There is still time to register for
the upcoming 1989 Term at the An- From $7995
drews Center of Santa Fe Community -
College In Starke.Registration .
is being held daily 0111IIO Doom ceoh_T'racIeeoI '
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with a WAC
special evening session set for Mon-
day August 21 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The complete schedule of classescan _,X. V.;:-ti -
be found in an Ad in today's \ '.." =

Telegraph.The/ Fall 1989 schedule has a !iii iiip 74r J-
record 52 offerings including classesIn < *. r'
German, Anatomy and b&j&BlfrQgi&fih&!
Physiology. Ballet and Modern
Dance will be taught at Bradford ,
High School by Dance Alive, the _
SFCC resident dance company.In .
addition to basic classes, the fy
schedule also includes a large variety Liiiyw-Si
of classes in Busmess,Accounting
I I SanishuClass Piano, Beginning 7, Caprice Classic Brougham LS Sedan

Drawing Real Estate Principles, _
First Aid and Public Speaking are _
among the many classes of interestto
the general public.
The Fall term begins August 24
and ends December 19. .
The SFCC Andrews Center is open .
daily from 8 to 4:30. *.:
For more information please call ,

964-5382.Course on NursesEducation Used Car Bargains.._ 1tb, .

-A course to help nurses meet .. ,'C Says, "Get Your Car Roacly farSummer"

Florida's quirements continuing will be offered education August re-26 88 Ch my '87 Ford Pontiac '74 Crew ..

by Santa Fe Community College. Beretta Ranger Cab Chevy Coupons good through Aug.. 1000
in LaterYears'
"Livin?a Healthy Lifestyle Bonneville
of six contact GT Pick Up XLT _
hours, is from a.m.-3 p.m. in - -- -
-- - 1PW
Building W, Room 229 on the SFCC PL,Tilt Cruise, 4 Dr.. Great 2nd Car AT. PS 1'8. Cold Air; Mr. Goodneh AIRS'I acteiwneh ALIGNMENTS
.main There a $16 'fee. Call Faye Cans 1 Owner, 36.000 Miles Loaded TI one Toppers PaInt Leer'CONDI'I'ION' CHECK UP mod'....., $4995 I
Wilson, coordinator for continuing Immaculate Car # 'nehidi* II M
education, 39557035724. tin h. $1 995 I 1rrr

Lil Abner' AuditionsSet $7 888 $ 4 99 D $ 5,555 $3 995 :-.= =; :-.:- = :; .rr..r----V I

for Aug. 23-24 'I Mr. G o Auditions for "Li'L Abner", the SPECIAL 1 1 OVERHAUL j

fall City musical Arts Council presentation, will of the be Lake held '89 Cutlass Ford J ,y $4995 I 111nc I =-.='i=s159sSI
Wednesday and Thursday, August 82 Plymouth Chateau "; nightly high*
23-24 from 7-9:30 p.m.In the Lake CI- Supreme t 1 t mmmfwmf. fmmmmmmmmmmmm. mM
College PerformingArts Sapporo
ty Community Passenger 'r---------- ."
Center.In -----------I
addition to actors, director Bill Factory Warranty' 6 Cyl, -atr.0oodwr neh LUDKe I
42OOO Actual Mlles Window Van I SPECIAL I SY$ FLUSH !
Gibson is seeking musicians,singers Loaded. FILTER SERVICE 1""Ijd.s T/EU ;
and anyone wishing to help con- Immaculate CondtUon. I uosr $. -1993 i I":::: $/ 495
struct the set. The auditions are mOM New Brakes.1 anen1lsalon: c" I p.ok, -a1. 'I
open to anyone In the community Ellglne.ColdAir 1.1..r_ .pi., -- -.. .
For more information call
752-1822! ext. 340. $ 2,995 $10,995 $3,995
Orange Crush 1

Wins Boys

Softball Title

Crush, the Cleveland
Orange '
Tenn., boys Softball team thatLdefeated .,
the Starke Stan In the
Amateur Softball Association Boys
19-and under national tournament
last week went on to take the tite .372-0JO.t. :.
undefeated. '964.7800 OpeaIrIcm.-Fd8:30-8P.M.
Orange Crush won all six of its ClDVROtET Iiwy North Sat.0.6 P.M. Buna1dl P.M. ,DLDBMOU1Li.etar .
games In the double-elimination _,,,,
tournament while the Starke Stan
finished with a 3-2 record and placed
,ninth In the national competition.

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Democratic Exec. Committee

Dinner Meeting Set. Aug. 22

The annual dinner meeting of the Bradford County Democratic Ex-
ecutive Committee will be held Tuesday, Aug. 22, at 7 p.m. at Denny's
Restaurant in the Econo Lodge on U.S. 301 North.

Daria Christopher,county chairperson,urges all committee members to Tronu Tile Distributors
attend this important meeting when the election/appointment of new DEC
members will be held, and also the election of delegates to the State Con- The High* Quality In Glass Block Marbto & Til!.
ference In Hollywood, December 1-3. The selection of a State Executive
Committeeman will also be made at this time. I* Proud To IntrodueoI

Bradford County is allotted four elected positions for committee Group 1 Colors
members at the conference, and one non-member position. SERAMICSj 990 ft.

DEC members planning to attend the dinner meeting are asked to RSVP
no later than August 20 by calling 964-8232. Each member Is requested to
bring a guest,or a prospective new member to fill vacancies in precincts A Largo Range of Color & Styles
where there are openings. OHM OF TH* OLDEST MANUFACTURERS OF 4X8
UI The committee is also inviting local,elected officials to attend the PAVERS POOL COPING
meeting at Denny's on the 22nd. .
S4O8 M. Wmldo Rd. Omlnewllto 377-3344

Graduate Assistants i.ii---

Some 88! persons have graduatedfrom
the Certified Nursing Assistant : c4 e :.
course at the Andrews Center of San-

ta two Fe years.Community College in the past -

"Most have jobs and quite a few go
nurses or registered nurses," said STARKE BEEF BONELESS CUT
instructor Millie Hitchcock, a 470 WEST MADISOM STREIT
retired county health nurse. While FROM TOP ROUND
most graduates work in nursing
homes, some are doing private duty
for elderly persons. LONDONBROIL
CI.Trent graduates are (1-r):
Bottom rwo: Lisa Morris Tice,
Sandra Williams, Tracy Lynn
Dorsey, Mildred Hitchcock, Instructor -
and Shelba Whitaker, Nursing
Assistant from Whispering Pines
Care Center who was voted "Most O
Helpful" to students during

climcals.Middle row: Pamela J. Manous, EVERYDAY
Patricia D. Williams, Brenda J. U
Baucom, Leslie A. Warren, Sandra

Arnold.Top row: Cathy J. Gossett, LOW PRICES !
i harles V Hurt, Amy E. Wallace
and Deborah A. Stegall.

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Rescue Answers
Bradford County Emergency TOP ROUND STEAK $227
Medical Services Rescue respondedto LB.
a total of 134 calls/or/runs duringthe

Supervisor month Cliff of July Chapman., according to NOTHING MAKES A MEAL LIKE AWD

Eighty-six transports required the _Y=,I ; W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED
transporting of 92 patients. Fortyeight WHOLE
calls required no transporting.The BRAND U.S. CHOICE ROAST! I
back-up unit made nine runs __ > HAMS
and two patients were transportedby
Trauma I to University Hospitalin r _

Jacksonville.The majority of the patients, 69, BOTTOM TOP ROUND J YI.i WIJ 8 O
were taken to Bradford Hospital. YIt.Lt A'
Four patients were taken to Shands
Hospital, six to Alachua General ROUND ROAST ROAST $197
Hospital and three to North Florida W-O REGULAR
Regional Hospital,all In Gainesville.One BOLOGNA or 9 9 e
patient was taken to Hamilton BONELESS BONELESS FRANKS. . sift
County Hospital. One each to Lake
Butler Hospital Hand Surgery CHUCK RUMP HICKORY SWEET
Center, Memorial and University $199
Hospital in Jacksonville. BONELESS HAMS La.LB .
Illness related calls topped the list ROAST ROAST
of emergencies with 33 people cifolce WeD
needing attention. Cardiac u.s. $289
patientswere CHOPPED HAM .
the next highest need, with 19 _u
patients requiring Rescue (one in aD -
full arrest). S=PA IP A
Fourteen calls were to people in yppYf '
trauma and another seven runs were LOW PRICE
to people in trauma resulting from LOW PRICE LOW PRICE
vehicle accidents. Seven people suffered _
respiratory problems, two tDAKe
runs were to obstretic patients and
one call was to a drug overdose vic- b 1 j qi I

call was alcohol related,three w
were resulting from a fight.One per-
son was dead when the unit arrived.
Ten calls were cancelled and three
were false alarms, said Chapman. '.LSOUTHERN _

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To our many wonderful friendsof 8-PC.BOX -
the Church of God and other chur- : .
ches and personal friends, we the .
family of Claude Hardin want to say SIERRA FARMS DELI -.5 -
thank you in the most umble way we _
know how for the many precious
thoughts and condolences and all of TURKEYBREAST ;IVERYDAY LOW PHICI :IVIRTDAY tOW PRICK. '
the food prepared with love. REGULAR, LITE or DRAFT
May God bless and keep each one t, SUITCASE HUNT'S TRADITIONAL, HUNT'S ORIGINAL or
of you for your kindness. A special 1 MILLER MEAT or MUSHROOM HICKORY
thanks to Union County Rescue for ? H t SPAGHETTI o BARBECUE
your effort to save our loved one. HALF BEER
Last but not least to the hospital LB. r SAUCE SAUCES
employees and Dr. Ramadon,
thanks for your assistance to our .. r Is AA 1 IN "
family and the kindness shared withus VARIETIES kYf.
88. 190
at such a crucial time. BAKERY FRESH ""' .. .
Again may God bless each one of DANISHCOFFEE & AN.: ?:e. BTL.KELLOGG'S .

you.The Family of Claude Hardin CAKES 10-01. WILD N MILD. 11_. KING, BBQ LIGHT,
YouI 8ge
1 $399
would like to give special thanksto $2"g -
some of the citizens and DuPont
employees of Bradford County fortheir
outstanding contributions. or SUPER HOLD
Otto WilliamsThe OAT ARAN -
BAGELS . 'St I _-
original manuscript of Lewis FRESH BAKED CHEESY 9ge Sg88 ,
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Bradford-Putnam-Union Jr. as its new Executive Guidance Director.Clinics,Inc.,has named John W.Rogers Brooker Girl Attends Blind Summer School

The Clinics, with administrative offices located In Starke. serves each
county with comprehensive mental health, alcoholism and drug abuse Carrie Caren,the daughter of Ms. dent,"he said. In some cases,a student Hours. students was offered at the same
prevention and treatment programs. Pat Caren of Brooker was 47 was scheduled for intensified Some features of the program involved time on the school
Rogers Is responsible for the 75 professional and support staff who ad- blind students from throughout the training in mobility skills or in ac- the students in new subjectsor
minister these services to over 2 700 people each year.A state who attended summer schoolat tivities of dally living,some needed activities.The students publisheda "
Jacksonville native,Rogers has more than 20 years experience as an the Florida School for the Deaf special work in math or communications. weekly newspaper about their experiences 3Ti .
administrator in human services treatment programs.Additionally he has and Blind in St. Augustine In July. ,and many were introduced camoua.I"
served as a counselor to individuals experiencing mental health, "Most students were referred to But in all cases, the need for fun to computers which have been 1 :
alcoholism or drug abuse problems. FSDB by the vision teachers in their and recreation was not overlooked. specially adapted for use by the
Rogers holds a Masters Degree in rehabilitation counseling from the home communities" says Jerry Students enjoyed field trips plannedto visually impaired."Each
University of Georgia, a graduate degree from Southern Baptist Vandergrift, supervising teacher in the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, year close friendships are
Theological Seminary and a Bachelor'l Degree in history and sociology the School's Blind Department and Ponce de Leon Waters, made," explains Vandergrift,
from Stetson University. He was Executive Director of the Alcohol Community coordinator of the summer pro- Marineland, Kingsley Lake, It. "Often times, children will return
Treatment Services, Inc.,in Tampa for eight years before coming gram."Teachers. chetucknee Springs, Faver Dykes for this program summer after sum-
to the Clinics.Mr. made specific recommendations State Park, and St. Augustine mer to renew the friendships formedIn -
Is married and the father of a and daughter and his i
Rogers son a for programs of study Beach.A supervised recreation program previous summers."
wife have one grandson,born July 31. that would benefit the individual stu- was offered in the after-school A summer program for deaf


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.. SLICED LocallyFamily Set

S27 FREE "C ties are strong ones and
911LB. two large family reunions are being
planned,Including the Crosby Family -
PKG. HOURS STORE .and the Norman-Whitehead Family. -

Crosby Reunion Aug. 20
LB. 8 A.M. LB. The Crosby family will have their
TIL reunion on Sunday Aug. 20, at the
Bradford County Fair Grounds on

HAM ROAST . $287 LEGQUARTERS . LB. 48' BEEF PATTIES . 5sLz8E$3"( Phillip Crosby Abraham will gather and for Clarissa their 47th Bragg an-

nual reunion, a tradition for the
family since 1943.
A business meeting with an elec-
MARKET STYLE ,;';r tion set for officers, will begin at
ALL BEEF SLICEDBACON I PORKSPARERIBS Comiiiunilvliiink; 11:30 a,m. with lunch being servedat
I I SCaC 12:15 p.m.
BEEF PATTIES lift'JfI. (I All family members are asked to
.. ,I of Sl.irki- .. bring a covered dish and enjoy the

'II fIo. Family,'members usually. come
$1 47 '
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Traveler's thsckr- ; ..
1 12L :- g99, .... "'Ib-LB, -' "io- j BOX !!Ooo BOX Savings Account Credit Card Applications Washington D.C., and California.
BOX Loan Applications Money Orders Madeline Crosby i Jones Is usuallythe
FARMSTEAD W-D BRAND U S, CHOICE BEEF LEAN MEATY Certificates ol Deposit Night Depository family member who travels the
BONELESS BONELESS TOP $397 PORKSPARERIBS. 3'/La $-47 Money Market Accounts Notary Public largest distance, from Larimida,

HAM STEAKS La $297 SIRLOIN STEAK u . sox HOURS: California.
Included 12
W.D BRAND U S, CHOICE BEEF MON.WED. The original family
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W O BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF gam.epm.Supef rwfic .t the reunion is a big
BONELESS THURS, &FRI. : : members so
T-BONE /J97 EYE ROUND $327 $227 SATURDAY 8 a m2 p,m. Bank{ W one. Local family members include:

STEAKS . . La STEAK . . u CHUCK STEAK is. Al Nichols Crosby, Philip, Ruby Nichols Brannen, ,Gregory Phillip
W-D BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND U S $-97 Nichols, Patsy Lawson, Janet
BONELESS EYE $997 BOTTOM ROUND $227 CHOPPED Carter, Lydia Crosby Sue Davis,

ROUND ROAST. u. STEAK . . La SIRLOIN. . La Howard Marilyn Mott.Vellenga, Richard Crosby,

; HARVESTFRESH For assistance in directions,housing -
,etc.,call Albert Lee(Al)Crosby
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY 1-904-964-5074 or Econo Lodge
t D.. LOW NormanWhiteheadReunion
Set in OctoberThe
Norman-Whitehead Familyhas
set their reunion for the last Sun-
s 1 I I 1 I day in October, Oct. 29, at the
Nature makes the produce. Lakeside Community Center In Lake
WINN.DIXIE makes the difference. Butler.A .
1 1 I S Saturday night peanut boiling
s will preceded a family business
meeting and covered dish luncheon
PEANUT HARVEST FRESH which will be held on Sunday. The
family is currently doing
i BROCCOLI genealogical research in the hopesof
$ -a ., eventually publishing its family

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1005 S.Water SL
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SUMMER CLEARANCE Shareholders Approve Merger Plans. for FN .

Shareholders of Florida National shareholders i ;rU!!!receive an election pired.
Banks of Florida, Inc. recently ap- form to determine their choice for The merger Is expected to be consummated -
proved the Agreement and Plan of cash or First Union preferred stock, in the fourth quarter of
Merger between Florida Nationaland subject to certain election and the year. Florida National will be
First Union Corporation during allocation procedures. merged into First Union Corporationof
the Annual Stockholder's Meeting in "We are confident that Florida Florida, a wholly owned sub-
Jacksonville. National's shareholders will be well sidiary of First Union Corporation.The .
e served by this agreement," said resulting Florida organization
Under the terms of the agreement John D. Uible Chairman of the will have approximately $17 billionin
First Union will purchase all Florida Board and Chief Executive Officer. total assets,making it the second
I National common stock for $27.125 Florida National Banks of Florida largest bank holding company in the
II cmii11io per share.About one half of the purchase Inc. "Now that shareholder approval state.
price will be payable In cash is complete we are ready to
I with the remainder in First UnionCorporation consummate the merger with First Florida National Banks of Florida,
II preferred stock. Union as soon as regulatory ap- a statewide banking organization
About one month prior to the provals are received and all re- with $7.5 billion in total assets
I merger all Florida National quisite waiting periods have ex and 185 offices throughout. Florida.

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Francisco under an alias of Escape 'Institution.Railord. .
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May 20 in Huntington Beach,
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violation. Specializing In Removal of
Patrick Anthony Memllo, wanted CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUSFDLE Dangerous Trees
for first degree murder in Broward CASE NO.:420-57-0001 FREE Estimates
County, was also apprehended. AUTHORITY:Union County Sheriff Office; Florida Department of Licensed & Insured
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fugitive must be wanted for commit- Call Thomas D. Nettles
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Marcia GoodgeBCT "From 8-9 a.m. two-thirds of the without help, and many times It
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News Briefs
by Carolyn Eaves
aCT Staff Writer
Starke Man Charged the leg with a .25 caliber automatic.The possession of drug paraphernalia,
Starke Woman
After Pointing GunA bullet passed through his right resisting arrest without violence according Alphonso Covington, Jr., 29, was wholesale production of obscene
leg and into his left leg. Pinckneywas to Patrolman William, Demands Money charged with grand theft after he materials.He was also charged with
aj-year-old Starke man dwas arrested transported to Bradford Brown and Major W. C. Reno. allegedly took a purse from the victim violation of a state statute that pro-
Threatens To Shoot
Agusut 4 after he Minted a Hospital where he was treated and Seibert was seen buying crack ,according to Patrolman Gerald hibits certain materials which con-
revolver and threatened to shot. released, according to Patrolman from an unknown person in the Reno A 29-year-old Starke woman was Hayes. talne obscene and lewd acts -
Charles Stewart Browning was ar- Gordon Smith. The incident occur- area at 8:40: p.m. and was followedby arrested August after she entereda James L. Martin 20, was charged photographs, according to the police
rested at 2 a.m. and charged with red at THE Apartments at 1:38 p.m. officers. When his vehicle was residence and demanded money. with grand theft, strong armed rob- reports.
battery, aggravated assault and After Pinckney's release from the stopped there was a strong odor of JoAlice Goodman was arrested at bery after he allegedly pulled a gold Three photo albums filled with
burglary alter it was determined hospital he allegedly drove by Pe- marijuana coming from the car, 8:20 a.m.after she allegedly enteredthe chain from the victim s neck, said photographs of women and men In
that he had entered the residence of residence of Walter Thomas and Hayes. various confiscated from
ques' residence at 1118 Lamar St. Seibert was smoking a maljuana poses were :
victim, William Clyde Kldd according and fired a shot at 4:54: p.m. Pin- cigarette, according to the report. demanded that he give her money, The Incident occurred at 2 a.m. In Stinnett s business. According to a
to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. ckney, 21, was charged with Seibert, who awaits first ape according to Patrolman Mack Short. the Reno area, the victim was In her police spokesperson, the pictures
Browning allegedly entered the discharging a firearm in public, according pearence, was charged also with an When the victim refused, Goodman car.Both are hard core pornography. They
residence struck Kldd in the face to Patrolman William outstanding warrant from picked up the victim's revolver and men remain In custody. Bond were close up and very explicit.
with his fist then walked to his vehicle Brown. Hillsborough County. placed It against his head and stated was set at$2,500 on each charge. A local woman, acting as a police
removed a .357 revolver from Pinckney was released after a$500 'I'll shoot you if you don't give me Informant, was paid$10 by Stinnett.In .
the vehicle and pointed it at the victim surety bond was posted. Peques was your money" then fled the scene. Starke Man Faces return she posed for him to
and stated 'I'll shot you right released after a $10,000 surety bond An extensive search of the area for Obscenity ChargeA photograph her In the nude at his
here," said Hayes. was posted. Starke City Worker the suspect by several police officers business on US-301 north. Stinnett
Bond was set at $7,000, he was Faces Goodman was located at a 45-year-old Starke locksmith has owns A Colonial Lock and Key.It .
released on his own recoKnizanrn Mass. ManArrested Drug;; ChargesA nearby chruch and charged with been arrested on obscenity charges is unclear whether the
33-year-old city employee was armed robbery and aggravated after police watched him photographs were intended for
Two Men ChargedIn in StarkeA arrested August 11 in Starke on cocaine assault, said Short. photograph a woman he paid to distribution, according to police.
Murder AttemptA man with a Beverly, Mass address charges.Donald Bond was set at $2,000, she was model nude. Bond was set at $5,000, he was
was arrested in Starke August L. "Donny" Nettles of 813 released on her own recognizance. Ronald Eugene Stinnett was arrested released on his own recognizancethe
Starke man was arrested for attempted IS after he was observed buying N. Thompson St. was arrested for August 10 and charged with day of his arrest.
murder August 14 and after crack. sale and/or deliver of cocaine and
his victim got out of the hospital,he, Lon Ivan Seibert, 33. was charged possession( of cocaine, according to Two Starke Men
too, was arrested, for shooting into with possession of controlled Florida Department of Law Enforcement Adv.
the first man's Charged in TheftTwo
substance crack cocaine, Agent Paul Fuentez.
David P. Peques,21, was charged of controlled substance possession marl. Nettles is charged in an incident Starke men were charged H&RBLOCKINCOME I
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Bradford Traffic I

Court Finalsby WANTED

Carolyn Eav. Announcing the Opening of
ICT Staff Writer

The following defendants ap- 10 HOMES
peared before Judge George H. Bradford FamilyPractice
Pierce In Bradford County Traffic
Criminal Court August 1. Their To Train Siding & Window Applicators

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Lonnie David Akins pled guilty no
valid driver license (NVDL); 500 TO APPLY VINYL SIDING AND
word essay on why should not drive Bruce Pollock M.D. .
vehicle on wrong side of the road. INSULATED WINDOWS
Anthony A. Holmes pled guilty Board Certified Family Physician
driving while license suspended Hurry and Send Coupon Below For Details
(DWLS); provided valid license and General, Pedialric and r
pay pay $50$120.25.court costs within 60 days or Adult Medicine NO GIMMICKS .

Brian Keith Jones pled guilty Cut and Mail
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Jones pled guilty driving against rCALL
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Cantrell Lamar Lee charged with Starke, Florida 32091 si P. O. Drawer A '
DWLS; must present valid license 4 .
and case will be dismissed or pay Starke FL 32091 '.

$120.25.Selma S. Montgomery pled guilty Office Hours 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday Name: ___ _____ ________________w .
leaving scene of accident; $50 court Address: __ _____ ______________, .

costs.Jason 964-9535 0 496-0092 Oy: ___ _____ State: .. .,
Pennington pled no contest
DWLS; pay $50 court costs and Zip: Phone: 4
dismiss. - - - - II !t.
Racheul L. Sercey pled guilty MAIL COUPON TODAY OR CALL 1-8OO-242-O433.*
DWLS; pay $50 court costs, Tri .
County Probation 90 days.
.. Sercey pled guilty unlawful speed;
Trl County Probation 90 days to pay .
., fine.
John Joseph Sheffield pled guilty
NVDL; fined $120.25.
Robert Roy Smith pled guilty WITH
NVDL; presented valid license, pay
$50 court costs.
Lorenzo Tobler pled no contest
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County
Probation 90 days. _
Melvin M. Williams pled guilty
driving against restrictions;
presented valid license, costs

suspended.Williams pled guilty unlawful f
speed; fined $168 pay by Aug 31. Sci r
Amy Joann Davis pled no contest --i I
$120.25.leaving scene of accident; fined

Davis; dismissed.charged with reckless driving __ _

Leslie Stewart Speacht pled no
contest driving under influence
(DUI; fined $437.50, license
suspended six months, attend DUI
school,50 hours community control,
Tri County Probation one year.
Speacht admitted unlawful speed;
fined year.$156, Tri County supervisionone ; *

Douglas A. Sechrest pled no con- FACTORY
test wilful-wanton reckless driving; }
90 days court probation, fined $700
state will nolle DUI case.

Misdemeanor Ronald Barosse pled Court guilty Issuing CASH BACK*

worthless check; six months probation :
Tri County, make restitution,
violate no laws, seek employment,
$50 court costs.

Paul S. Clement pled guilty issuing .. ." -,",
5 worthless check; make restitu-
tion, pay $50 court costs. ....
Betty R. Daugherty pled guilty issuing If- *
worthless check; show proof of
restitution pay $50 court costs. --ic
Debra DeSue charged with issuing ..
worthless check; placed on Tri ..
tion.Linda County Probation to make restitu-

G. Johnson pled guilty Issu-
I ing worthless check; show proof of
restitution and pay $50 court costs.
::I! Anthony O. Mathias pled guilty issuing .
:s worthless check; $50 courts
: costs. *
:I Arthur L. McGarry pled no contest ,
issuing worthless check; show proofof O WN
I and restitution dismiss. and will waive costs

:a Malia Moore pled no contest issuing -
; worthless check; provided proofof YOU CAN
= restitution and pay $50.
p Susan Sutherland pled guilty issuing
worthless check (three BUY THESE PAYMENT.
: charges); make restitution and pay
: $50 court costs. _
i Wanda Thomas charged with issuing ,
:a worthless check; show proof of
:a restitution and pay $50. 'V.
e Verna D. Werre pled no contest issuing -
; worthless check; show proof of S
restitution and be dismissed. :
; All of above cases were checks 'i-I.
g written to Wal Mart. :
5 Terry Scott Holt pled no contest I
C fishing without a license; provided I
;. valid. license, pay $25 court costs. I
Michael Steven Gray pled no cone w i
test illegal possession alcoholic _. ____ J
beverage:. costs suspended, case CHRYSLER LEBARON COUPE _aa3S7 PLYMOUTH HORIZON AMERICA :Y' 4 3 3PAYMMENT

= Richard A. McGriff pled no con-
test spouse abuse; 60 days court probation NO NO PAYMENT
i 'WIt. violate no laws, $50 court PU'MoumSUNDANCE
e *
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Vehicle Inspections RMerAssistedRack.andWllh47standardrealureslncludlng: : tower-Assisted Brakes
Front Wheel Drive
: Bradford County PInion Steering 11- 2.2 Liter Overhead Cam Hatchback 1
: Message Center and Mini-Trip _
The Florida Highway Patrol will Engine ., ',*
; be conducting driver license and Computer '* Front Wheel DriveRaverAssisted
vehicle dur- Steering '
inspection checkpoints .
: ing the week of Aug. 18 through Aug. Riwer-Asslsted Brakes .
? 24 on SR.21, SR-100, SR-230 SR-18,
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
: ... CR-227, CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A '. '
: in Bradford County. .. ,
; to the public by defective vehicle ,INC. ....
iI equipment, Troopers will concen-- .. 141 West' Madison Street 1050 N. Orange Avenue
trate their efforts on vehicles being Starke.FL' Green: Cove Springs.FL .
operated with defects such as bad 1904)964-9000 (19041264-2416
brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to driven / ,
who would violate the driver license 1 \ CARUSO YARBROUGH REGIONAL
The Patrol has found these check- 175O Southslde Blvd. 201 San Marco Avenue HIIhwavAIAEaat '',
points to be an effective means of enforcing Jacksonville.FL St.Augustine FL .-FL'
the equipment and driver (9O4)72S-73OO (904)829-6531 (9041261-2340 '
license laws of Florida while insur-
ing the protection of all motorists. 10.

The Florida Highway Patrol will ,INC. '
be conducting driver license and 3523 Reid Street 1736 Caaaat Avenue US.Highway 90 Vlkst,
Fatatka FL Jacksonville.' LlWOaI.fL
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- r
1 (904/328-8983 (904)303-1042 I
ing the week of Aug.18 through Aug. / '/OJLiP1l7l (904)389-7792
24 on SR-100,SR-121,58:231,SR-241, ; O On(elect new dealer lock only qualified retail buyenthn>uChCIuyaIel'Ctedlt.AuIpJDeDtolrelNlteI dealer In lieu of down payment Bee dealer for detailTn *. .
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, .. .. ....... ........ ..
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; Obituaries ,

Don (Skyhawk) Ritchey Survivors include his wife, Mary Starke, died Aug. 9 at the VA Starke was in charge of ar one greatgrandchild.Memorial VanNetta all
of Ft. 11
Higginbotham Ritchey; two stepdaughters Hospital In Gainesville Myers;
services held
following an rangements. were Aug.
Don R. (Skyhawk) Ritchey 57, of ; four stepsons; four extended illness. 13 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner grandchildren and 7 great-
Santa Fe Lake In Melrose died Aug brothers; one sister, and 13 grand- Born in Raiford Mr. Thornton Funeral Home. grandchildren.
7 In Humana Hospital in Orange children. life Funeral services were held Aug.
most of his
Park following an extended \illness. Funeral services were held Aug. Cam He owned and in Bradford Romilda Mae Tucker 15 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Born Mar. 19. 1932 in Altoona, Pa., 10 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Thornton operated Dr. James R. Neale, Jr. & Rev.
Salvage In Starke until his Romilda Mae Tucker, 59, of
Mr.Ritchey moved to Santa Mrs. Anna VanNettaMrs. Michael J. Craven Inter-
Fe Lake Rev. Michael S. Ahearn officiating. retirement. officiating.
He Starke died Jackson-
11 at
was a member of August
.y in 1968 from Jacksonville. He was a Interment was in Crosby Lake Pine Grove! New Congregational ville Medical Center in Jacksonville Anna Lee VanNetta 82 of ment was in Antioch Cemetery near
Lutheran an Air Force Veteran of Cemetery under the direction of Methodist Church. He was a veteranof following an extended illness. Melrose, died Aug. 12 in AlachuaGeneral LaCrosse under the direction of
the Korean Conflict and a retired Jones Funeral Home. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.
air traffic controller with the Dept.of WWII Born in Port English, Fla., Mrs. lness. Hospital following a brief il
Tucker came to Starke three years
Southern Transportation,Federal Aviation, Survivors include his wife, Lois ago from Winter Garden. She was a Born June I 1907 in the Arredondo
Division known at Hilliard. Mr. Hance Brittin ThorntonHance Thornton; three sons, Pete and Baptist.Survivors. section of Alachua County, Mrs. Hercules Williams
Ritchey was to his friends
on Larry Thornton both of Starke and include two sons, David VanNetta moved to Melrose in 1964
CB radio as 'Skyhawk'. Hercules Williams, 53, of Starke
Brittin Thornton ofUnfinished
Frankle Wilkes of Baldwin; twelve & Richard Suggs, both of Orlando; from Gainesville. She formerly livedin died August 10 at Memorial H08pltalIn
grandchildren and five great- three daughters, Anna Lee and Linda Hallandale, Fla., for 40 years. She Tallahassee following a brief il-
grandchildren. Yon, both of Starke, and Helen was a charter member of Faith lness.
Funeral services were held Johnson of Orlando; three brothers, Presbyterian Church in Melrose and Born in Starke, Mr. Williams wasa
t M 1a s'.oa,tno. August 12 at Pine Grove New Congregational Charles Tucker of Crystal River, had written 8 books on Bible Methodist and a construction
Methodist Church near James Tucker of Winter Garden, researchone copy of which is at worker.
Raiford with burial in the church and Edward Tucker of Dunnellon; Kanapaha Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Hallie
cemetery. Rev. Riley Pregeon and two sisters, Norma Jean Davis of Survivors include one daughter, Williams; one son, Ronald Kipling
Rev. Leslie Thomas officiated. Ar- Cross City and Edna Tucker of Anna Schwartz of High Springs; Williams; one stepdaughter Gloria
cher Tanner Funeral Home of Starke: twelve grandchildren and three sons. Albert, Dale and Wayne Foster; one brother, John Williams,

". __ _. m___ Jr.. of Starke; one foster brother,
: Robert L. Edwards of Ocala; seven
paint Ready Of Main sisters,Desaie L.Jackson Trudy M.
Kelly Leola Guions, Juanita Brown
t all of Starke, Blanche Williams of
LANSING J. ROY Miami, Beatrice Coleman and Artie
E M. Harris of Jacksonville; seven
C. 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. i grandchildren; and one great-

48* Hardwood I FREE Keystone Heights, FL 32656 I grandchild.Funeral services will be held Sun-

4445577 473-7256 : day, August 20 at 1 p.m. at New
Rnreh Swing Treated Lumber For
Tb Apply!For Baptist Church with Robert
22 Outdoor Projects Crtdlt MirehMM I Dell officiating. Burial will\ be in Od-
$ 22 $sao 1e 4aooa
(Pressure treated to resist Insects and fl dfellow Cemetery. The family will
#959921_ decay Can be painted or stained orweathers C during ra noun ANNOUNCING: meet at the home of Mr. &Mrs.John
.i Williams, Jr to form the
to a beautiful cortege.
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'Whole Lan a e' Reading Approach. Gains Momentum

"The House that Jack Built" is an copy into the construction paper Merrilees and Haack book but to date only 200 copies teach teachers how to use this
to read more than a paragraph or* example of one type of predictablebook. books which they also illustrated. have been printed are are being sold method of teaching reading.In .
page every few days and when they Noted Handbook AuthorsThe this area of Florida. "Authors become real people'* to I
do read their reading is often inter Merrilees said her class would Merrilees said that one thing she handbook on the whole The handbook and the workshop children in this way" said Merrilees.
rupted while the teacher deals with read one such book each week and stressed during her reading time language approach to reading which the two teachers have presented so "We had students who actually
discipline problems caused by was giving students as much the two teachers wrote is available l asking for books particular
then use that book as a guide for far in Clay, St. Johns Putnam began by
students who have finished the seatwork writing books like It. Her students knowledge about individual authors through Reddi-Arts at Kingsley Duval and Bradford Counties help authors in the library.
or are not doing it." wrote and illustrated individual and illustrators as possible. Students Square in Orange Park and cost
Haack said that students in the books each week and wrote and illustrated learned that certain authors had certain $695 Copies of the book are also
low" reading often had styles of writing and that if they available .
group a their own "big" book as a by sending $6 93 to Read .
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ter what you call the low reading "The books are predictable, and probably also enjoy another dleburg Fl., 32068. Textbook
group, the students know that those after using one for a week a book written by the same person. publishers are seeking the hand-
are the kids who can't read well." familiar pattern is developed. n" __,_" II II___,___U____" ,_,II___Ullnuuuuuuuuu._
Those students always have a book Students often learn the book by CONDITION ;
that is different from the others and heart and then they can substitute In Appreciation of your Tremendous Support
this makes it obvious that they are in their own words in writing their own
the low reading group. books" she said.
"When I announced at the beginning The method Merrilees used was a INHOME MEDICAL PRESENTS YOUR
of the year that we wouldn't have simple one. She would first go over 1
reading groups,. the class actually the format of the book the class was Uniforms and Shoes
sighed in relief said Merrilees reading that week (such as noting if 1
any particular words rhymed, or if
New Method- Whole Class all the pages started out with the
Reads Whole Book same phrase etc.). Next the class
With the 'whole language' ap- would discuss many different ideasof
proach to reading, all this is changed what they could write based on I
"Now we read one to one and a that format then they would start WITHOUT
half hours every day. Every student writing in prepared construction WHOM
reads at least one book every day" paper books. Twenty minutes per PAEDJCAL
,aid Haack. day usually was enough time said
Haack noted that the handbook Merrilees GETTING
written by Merrilees and herself is Students would write a rough draft ;
ailed "10 Ways to Become a Better first and then write their corrected i

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ObituariesMrs. '

Mazie Beasley Born Aug. 7, 1919 in Starke, Mrs. homemaker. Beasley of San Mateo; two sisters, Butler, died Aug. 9 at the North Fla. Funeral services were held Aug.
Mrs. Mazie Beasley moved to Florahome 50 Survivors Include four daughters Polly Murley of Geneva, and Melba Regional Medical Center in 12 in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Florahome died Tyre Beasley, 70, of years ago. She was a member of Nancy Yeomans of St. Augustine Matheny of Silver Springs; one Gainesville after an extended il- Home of Lake Butler with Bro.
I nam Community August 14 In Put- Lake Hill Baptist Church, McRae Dottie Scruggs &: Jeanne Merwin of brother, Earl Prevatt of Mid- lness. Robert Burkert officiating. Burial
following an extended in Palatka Community, and was a graduate of Palatka, and Penny Cone of Ocala; dleburg; nine grandchildren and two Born in Rosman, N.C. Mr with full military rites was in Mid-
illness. Bradford High School and a two sons, Michael Tyre and Buddy great-grandchildren. Mrs. Beasley Galloway lived in the Lake Butlerarea way Cemetery near Lake Butler
is the daughter of the late John &: for the past 45 years. He was with Archer Funeral Home in
Emma Prevatt of Starke. retired as a cottage supervisor from charge of arrangements.
Funeral services were held Aug. the Sunland Training Center in
16 in Masters Funeral Home of Gainesville. He was retired from the
Bradford County Palatka, with Rev. Wallace Brown U.S. Army and was a member of the Claude M. Hardin
officiating. Interment was in Church of Christ of Lake Butler.
Prevatt Cemetery In Starke under Survivors include his wife, Reba Claude McClellon Hardin, M, of
Gun the direction of Masters Funeral W. Galloway; one foster son Arthur Lake Butler died Aug. 10 at his home
& Pawn Home of Palatka. Galloway of Pennsylvania; his following an apparent heart attack.
IJolJ mother, Mamie H.Davis of Rosman Born in Kentucky Mr. Hardin has
Rex M. GallowayRex N.C.; three brothers, George of lived most of his life in Gainesvilleand
Barstow, Calif., Warren and Lake Butler. He was employedfor
BUY SELL TRADE M. Galloway, 69, of Lake Franklin Galloway both of Rosman. many years as a mechanic with
Shaw and Keeter Ford Co. He was
i s also employed with Jim's Truck and
FOR RENT Repair Shop in Worthington Springs.He .
attended Lake Butler Church of
Several Furnished Mobile Homes Survivors include his wife,
0 is Viverette Clemons Hardin
Cable TV Available Central Air Park & Claudine Gaskins; of
Playground Laundry Mat ; two stepdaughters, Jackie
BSli Johns and Kathy Hardin both of
s Lake Butler; four sons, Gene and
PINESSR121 Dale Hardin both of Lake Butler,
Boone Hardin of Starke and ClaudeM.
Lake Butler Hardin, Jr., of Lake Butler; one
stepson,Andy Raulerson of Raiford;
4962366BUY one brother, Ellis Hardin of
Chicago; 12 grandchildren and 10
greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Sun-
HERE PAY HERE day in the Lake Butler Church of
God with Rev. Bob Majors and Rev.
WE FINANCE Alvin Lane officiating. Burial was in
Dekle Cemetery under the directionof
Archer Funeral Home of Lake

Deals With E-Z Wheels McRae
S I Benny
Benny McRae, Sr., 53, of York _
S.C., died August 8 at York HospitalIn
1755 North Temple Mon FrI Cam 6pm TOMMY BRAY ((904)) 964-7783 York, S.C., following an extended
Starke, FL 32091 (904) 964-5440 1320 N. Temple Avenue illness.
Sat 1Oam 4pm Manager
Born in Starke,Mr. McRae movedto
Starke. FL 32091 York 22 years ago. He was a
------ member of Pine Level Baptist
Church in Starke and a member of
Courtenay Masonic Lodge in Newry,
S.C. He served in the U.S. Marines
during the Korean Conflict and servo
ed in the National Guard in Starke.He .
avt .yt" +. was retired from Duke Power
Company in York,S.C.
Survivors include his wife, Ellie
.' McRae of York; three sons Benjamin -
Marcus McRae, Jr., and Ran-
.. .'' r4' _,. dall McRae, both of Lake City, and
# Jonathon Matthew McRae of York;
three daughters, Marsha Padgett of
Lake City, Carmen Mead of Denton,
'Y.t Md., and Cheryl McRae of York; his
,: mother, Elva McRae of Starke; his
sister, Gwendolyn Thornton of
Starke; one brother, Lynn 'Mack'
.,tC Y McRae of Starke; and six grand
( children.

Pr Funeral services were held Aug.
(t rYM 13 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner
i Funeral Home with Rev. Roman
s Alvarez officiating. Burial was in
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie
<'1 ( Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in

',f'4'' 1.. charge of arrangements.
}- 4i/h

Charles A. NewcombCharles

Austin Newcomb, Sr., 70,
V of the Watermelon Park area southof
Lake City, died Aug. 6 at his
residence following an extended illness.
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Born in Concord, Tenn., he spent
42 years in Knox County, Tenn,
L t before moving to Lake City 28 years
1 ago. He was a finishing carpenterand
( r"Y6 a member of the Lantern Park
3 Baptist Church in Lake City wherehe
was a Deacon. He was a vetera of
t6 WWII serving 4 years In the Pacific
$ s1AY while in the 0 S. Army's 81st Infan-
try Division. He was awarded 2 pur--
ple hearts and 2 bronze stars while in

: 4 Survivors include his wife, Velma
S Brooks Newcomb of Lake City;
_/i tl three sons, Charles, Jr., &: WilliamB.
i .c 't .. Newcomb, both of Lake City and
Frs George T. Newcomb of Ft. Worth,
Tx.; seven daughters, Janet L.
Steele of Lake City, Carolyn A.
Chander of Meridian, Miss., SusanL.
Andrews &: Teresa G. Alford bothof
Lake Butler, Patricia A. May of
Daytona Beach, Kathryn L. DuBois
;t ,4'Z. of Macclenny and Helen L. Lynn of
c y41 k A tfa r'-f Branford; three sisters, Della
Dunaway and Annie Hedgecock,
both of Knoxville,Tenn., and Emma
Rowe of Clinton, Tenn.; 19 grand-
children and 1 great'granddau ter.
Funeral services were held Aug. 9
at the Lantern Park Baptist Church
with Rev. L.E. Peterson officiating.
Burial will follow at Forest Lawn
Memorial Gardens.Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler Is in charge of


Green Berry ReddishGreen

Berry 'G.B' Reddish, 75, of
Raiford died Aug. t at the BaptistMedical
i ''w ,r Center in Jacksonville
following a brief Illness.
Born In Union County Mr. Red-
dish lived most of nil life in Jackson-
ville before moving back to Raiford
24 years ago. He was a shipping
clerk with the A&P Food Company
before his retirement. He was a
member of First Baptist Church of
Raiford, the Woodmen of the World ..
and Am. Legion Poet 52 of Jackson-
ville. He was a veteran of the U.S.
Navy and WWII.Survivors .
include his wife, Eleene
Anderson Reddish; one daughter,
Brenda R. LeMoine of Jacksonville;
} J two sons, Ron and Tim Reddish both
tf of Jacksonville; two sisters Hazel
Perdue of Jacksonville and Blanche
Gaines of Elberton, Ga.; and four
grandchildren.Funeral .
4. services were held Aug.
12 in the First Baptist Church of
Raiford with Rev. Roman Alvarez
and Rev. Steve HaskeU officiating.
t" S Burial was in Sapp Cemetery with '.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake

Butler In charge. of' arrangements. ".

Card of Thanks :

SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: SmokingBy :w k extended Our heartfelt comforting thanks sympathy to all who and ,

Pregnant Women May Result in Fetal help In our recent sorrow. For all the
food, prayers, and other kindnesses,
Injury. Premature Birth And Low Birth, Weight. we are deeply grateful. .;
The Family of Rex Galloway ..;


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rested August 12 for disorderly In- rested August 7 for DUI, accordingto attorney's office.
ArrestsIn toxication, according to Deputy Lt. Winston Barber. Bond was set July ReportThe 998 prisoners were housed in the
Rhoden. Browning was causing a at $500. he was released on his own Bradford County Sheriff's Office county jail during the months of Ju-
Bradford CountyThe disturbance at the Brooker Handy recognizance. received 631 complaints through! ly, said Etheridge.County Report
following arrests were made Way Food Store. He was released the county jail during the month of deputies wrote 74 traffic
by local authorities in Bradford after a $250 surety bond was posted. Paul Gregory Hicks, 24, was ar- July, according to Sheriff Kenneth citations recovered, served three stolen 718 civil vehicles papers and IISVFD 4 MonthsThe
County. rested August 8 for DUI, accordingto Etheridge.Of Heilbron Springs Volunteer
Traffic Lt. Barber. Bond was set at$1,000, the total number 393 were provided escort for 13 funeral pro- Fire Department responded to 21
Rose Marie Hayes, 34, of Clay Albert James Simmons, 51, was he was released on his own miscellenous calls, 156 were felony cessions. runs from April until July.
County was arrested August 13 for arrested August 7 for driving while recognizance.Willie Investigations, four were reporting The volunteers responded to three
retail theft, according to Patrolman license suspended (DWLS), a Duval missing persons, ten were fires Starke Police structure fires, two vehicle fires, 11
Gordon Smith. Bond was set at$250. to Charles Jenkins, 32, was ar- (structure/woods), four were Work 224 Cases woods fires, one run with Rescue
County case, according Deputy
Carter. He released after rested August 12 for DUI,DWLS,according escapees, 34 were burglaries. and four general emergency calls
was a
Dallas Craig Brown, 41, was arrested $1,503 surety bond was posted. to Trooper Dwain Hudson. 138 arrests were processed During July (down power lines).
August 11 for violation of pro Bond was set at $715.25. through the jail during July. The Officers of the Starke Police Residents are asked to help make
bation for battery of a law enforce- Marion Tyrone Lee, 32, was arrested number includes 76 felony charges, Department worked 224 cases during the new fire station a reality by con-
ment officer, according to Deputy August 4 for failure to pay for Franklin Eugene Godwin, 28, was 61 misdemeanor charges, nine driv- the month of July, according to tributing to the building fund.
Charles Carter. Bond was set at DWLS according to Lt. David arrested August 12 for DWLS,accor- ing under influence and 30 driving Chief The building fund has reached
$1,000, he was released on his own Aderholt. ding to Patrolman Smith. He was while license suspended arrests. That Jimmy number Epps.includes 41 felony ar- 4448.12 which will pay for pouringthe
recognizance.Paula released after a $215.25 surety bond foundation and buying some
Starke Police Officers were rests, 44 misdemeanor arrests,
John Mark Mazzola, 22, of Union was posted. responsible for 32 arrests, Florida traffic citations and 42 traffic ac blocks to start the building.
McCloud was arrested County was arrested August 5 for Highway Patrol Troopers made 13 cidents. Please send your donations to
August 11 for uttering a forged bank DWLS, according to Patrolman Scott A. Hudson was arrested for arrests, Lawtey Police Officers arrested The department solved 120 cases Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
for DWLS. He
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Perry Gorman. recognizance.David .

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August 6 for disorderly intoxication August 6 for DWLSlmproper
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King. Bond was set at$1,000, he was Alvarez.
released on his own recognizance.
David Cross, 27, was arrested
Jerry Music, 39, was arrested August 4 for DLWS, driving under
August 6 for disorderly conduct, according influence (DUD, according to
to Chief Deputy Pat Henry. Patrolman H. D. Gnffis.
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occupied dwelling, according to to Patrolman Gorman. Cobb
Deputy Harvey Rnoden Bond was was sentenced to 60 days in Marion
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10-Year Old Doesn't Let Injured Hand Get in His Way I Ii ''I

By Cynthia Wamslcy other half. Quick thinking by Robyn probably
When you meet ten-year-old Adam Adam, a small wiry youngsterwith kept the hand from being tr
Adkins you are Instantly amazed at cropped reddish hair and plentyof She immediately any towelto wll
how "normal" he Is. freckles, had found a blasting picked up a ,
\ cap N
wrap the hand, had him hold it =
lie smiles when you meet him, he in an old building near his home and above his head and called 911. /,
shrugs when you ask him questionsand decided to experiment.. lie attachedthe
Fortunately for Adam, he was only
he acts like he'd rather be doing wire on the cap to a 6 volt batter 20 minutes
from Ramadan Hand
anything than talking to an adult. The cap exploded beside Institute Lake Butler ,
And Adam, a resident of Starke, is Adam rig- hand which -was something his mother believes Hospital is
+ a normal ten-year-old in almost resting on the shelf. Nis ring and lit- fate. It is probably her deep belief in
every aspect- he rides his bike, he tle finger, along with part of his God that has taught Adam how to
toys with electronics and he gets hand, were completely blown off.
fidgety if he has to sit in one place. Adam's mother, Robyn, says she cope.
too long. will remember that day as long as "The accident
was terrible but
But there is one thing that she lives. "As soon as I heard the explosion God provided for us. He even the
Adam from his put
distinguishes peers. I started for the door. hand
He only has half a hand. A blasting Before hospital right there. lie gave us
even opened it, Adam was Dr. Osborne (one of the surgeons at
accident last December claimed the there."
Ramadan Hand Institute) and {
microsurgery. I had no idea those I
things even existed until the acci

At the hospital, Dr. Owen Osborneset
to work, for what would prove to
be six hours of surgery. He repaired
nerves, muscles and tendons, and
performed bone and skin grafts, try v
what was left of Adams'
hands. He smoothed jagged bone
and inserted pins in the remaining
Jt two fingers.

"Dr. Osborne has been so con
siderate," said Robyn. "Adam's .
feelings always come first." -
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Adam has had to have three

s surgeries since the accident. The ... .. ;

skin first,that a groin was flap destroyed used to replace, required the Adam Races... [ It's 4B; k't. Dancing School Time !

Adam to spend ten days in the Adam still mows the
hsopital. His hand was attached to lawn and races his bike
his groin for almost a month, with | Courtney's '
around the .
even though
w his arm wrapped to his body so he
t wouldn't pull it off. For a ten-year- loss of his fingers has ScHooC of fiance
old boy, that restriction of move- made this more difficult. I .

Atlam'g Injury caused permanent damage, but he' Kill going strong. his ment ordeal.was almost the worst part of ; VZattet Toinie. Tap Jazz

The whole arm or even his life. gymnastics Ballroom II
worst part according to 1i
Robyn,was the week before the cast She felt this was an important partof
came off following the accident. the process because the kids at Seven Years in the Lake Region Area
"Adam was a bundle of nerves. He school were also affected by Adam's
accident. "They really went throughit We Feature \
fidgeted constantly. It would drive
with him.The first time we went to 1. Professional IiutruUon ,
you crazy' if you sat and watched 2. 5. Lab B << on Dance
him." She him visit the school (Adam missed five Limitedasa Size Company :!I
finally bought Silly months), the kids swarmed him." 3. Faintly Ratee :!IC.
Putty, fo he would have 6.M1tostM1fodrrnTe.china
something Adam showed them his hand Special Pre School aDd
to dq with his hand. letting '. Tt>Chnlm.-. Area
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and his mother did a lot of praying. fects can be devastating. Adam's S First Presbyterian CLurch Starke .4/0-775 /
Adam's father, Roy,was not quite so themselves for X ResbtraUon Augu 12, 101 P.M: At The Studio
prepared. "He turned green and I parents prepared .
thought he was going to pass out.But this with counseling sessions by """"""""""" """""" ;"'''''''''''''''''" "",..,. "" "",
another member of the Ramadan
we made it through. it. We just kept f
Hand Institute team, Dr. William t
telling ourselves that we had to look OUTDOOR GOSPEL SING '
Lennon hospital's psychologist. .
at this as a miracle. Our son was : -
I "Your first instinct is to think 'my ', '(:; -- -:= I --' -
alive and that was what mattered. -.j j -
poor baby', but I knew that with that '* i F.---T
One of Robyn's main concerns is attitude,Adam would never adjust," >i !
L that illegal there blasting still may caps be laying more of around those Robyn said. t J, 1'BRING YOUR OWN LAWN CHAIR I I I

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arranged for officers from Camp boy normally does. He mows the }: When: Sat.. Sept. 22
lawn, he baseball and he I
plays even
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classmate was that he didn't lose hisJ therapy, and occasionally he does 't: Rd.) 1st dirt road on right past "Old
wonder aloud why this to happen ;
to him. His mother just tells him that ,i: Glory"r please- i
it must have been in his book of life. I 1 Time: 7-9 p.m. .........> ,/ [
Robyn believes that there is a 2 clime
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HELP WANTED SECRETARY none KM HiMTl MOBILE HOMES with city 8/17 8/17-24 GORGEOUS HOMI ON LAKI GENEVA 3500 *.f. home, 4BR, 3 full both I two
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HELP WANTED AUTO SALESMAN Used Store Small' geartment, freshly working adult preferred. $235 month $69.000 each and on. 92.65' lot $48.000.
car taletman, will train Individual with "pal'''t-4. 7t3-9949 tch 8/3-24 plus tecurlty. 9646680. 8/17TF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded .....COMMERCIAL.....
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per- ACCEPTING 7PUIATION$ far 3 8R. 2 access WOWI WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAL Carradln In Lawtey. Approx. oOO on
tanabla, ov.r 30, able to work Independently work? W* have clean mobile down $65.41 monthly. Owner
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public. hornet available. 4681323. 10/8TF 1236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF
964-5742 jrttr I Itch 8/10-17(
p.m. with ampl.parking. 149.500
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496-2366 SR 121. Lake Butler 7/14TF quarter Included. Owner would finance with good down payment I $220.000
month, 115, $ ..* .. Call 9642250.:
tend 817THIU TWO BEDROOM HOME Older couple SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story' building Enterprl Zone.
OFF $7,139 on 1986 Buick Somerset, preferred. 823 W. Cypress St. 9646191. COCKER SPANIEL. .PUPPIES. AKC Downtown Stark Reduced to$49,900
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50K excellent condi and wormed. 964-4822. Itchg 8/17
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repair. $900 or best off.r. 9647927. 30-40 good crott-bred cow at
8/17TF 26,000
month. 964.1734. Hctta 8/17-24 NE 26th Ave.. Stark
Itpd 8/17 TWO MptOQM )MQUSIi Slav and BAVLESS HIGHWAY Large 3 BR house, Galnvlll Livestock Market on OWNER FINANCES Ralford--2BR, IBo. from. horn, 1.63 Ac.,
1975 CHEVY 21 3 Matt ol that
PICKUP 454 August at are
motor .xc.ll.t p.m.
air screened
carpet porch. REDUCED TO$ 17,000
refrigerator, furnlihed. Matur adult landscaped
breed 8/17
condition, $1500. 1976 cow Itchg
CUTLASS $500; 1973 DODGE CHARGER only. 350 month. Si 00 tcurlty.Daytlm Reference. $300 month plus SHIH-TZU young PUPPY' 10 week old. AKC. ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 ba. concrete block window treatment,
$1000. All In excellent condition. Call ....,.17; 479-2813 eves.- Itpd 496-2316.Itpd' 8/17 Parent on premliet. $200. 9644151. 3 telling font, CHtA love, relrlg, DW garage with door opener, ontnna
4962387. Itchg 8/17 8/17 TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED mobile Itchg 817.Appraisals, with rotary booster wood floor, new Andersen window, carpet rose
IT. OtOIOrS MISSION for homeless horn In park $225 per month plus garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker and Lazy
BOATS molhart and children. W. n.... your tecurltv. 964-5332 alter noon. 8/17 Susan table, hothouse. tool shod, separate pumphou total electric' ,
donation*, Rooms for rent. beautifully landtcaped.

Housekeeper needed. 9649612. Itpd Sales BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3% BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an ac,., foyer,
SPECIAL..14.1 STUMPKNOCKER 8/17 IR DR, kitchen w/ relrlg, range/oven, dishwasher, fan/hood; den laundryroom
FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT with good TWO 1EDIOOM MOBILE HOME on Grlf- Property Management and an offlc. CHtA enclosed carport ((2 car), utility hop, spacious
like-new tilt trailer, 2 swivel seats, }loop. Ono child. Furnished or unfurniihed. bock yard with security' light $71.000

walk-thru liv. well dry well, paddle 9648816. Itpd 8/17 CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of ttorag spate. CHSA wood
and 2 life |acktt. $575 caih. 909 N. FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath horn with
gas heater, built-in stove 29x19 patio, 3 other building. 2 acre, lots of tree.,
Thompson St.. 964-2227. 8/I7TF heat. Wo,.../dry.r hookup: gas or 1a.k 16 W. 78.500
garden Hwy.
INBOARD SKI-TIQUEs ski boat electric 9643728. .pot.
itova hookup.
nw Itpd KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB, 3 BR/IBa carpet cent heat windowair
motor, $6,000. Great ski boat. 8/17
9648228. 8/17 THREE BEDROOM HOME $250 lint stove. refrlg, DW. tolling fans, fenced bock yard, nice lot $ 38,000
mo BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB, wood floors 1185 ..1., 5 acre $ 60,000
1979 BASS and lot
BOAT 14 ft., 85 Mercury ) month plus $100 depotit.
motor trolling motor bilge pump, 964-8333. Itchg 8/17 4040 Newberry Road. Suite 950 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished. log cabin, 98 ft.on water 1 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
aerated live well trailer $2200. TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS Stove Gainesville. FL 32607 BROOKERt 3/2 brick and tram. Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ ".000
964.7282 alter 5 or 4311332. Itchg 8/17 frl,., all utilities lurnlthd. No pett. MENO DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CI CH"" to near $ 40,000
$80 w.*.. 964....... Itpd 8/17 HAMPTON LAKI AREA 3 BR. 2 ba CHIA, screened patio with BBQ grill.
Bus. ((904) 375-7039 Eves. (904) 466-0245 Alto 3 BR MH 1V4 ba, on 3 ocr*.. Excellent for small hort farm.

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Thinking of Building Buying or .. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE! 130x130 $ 4.500

Refinancing A Home? Call ''lE.O! :SME. ,;O'R, :L .ASE': WALDOt MICHIGAN 4 lots STREET city water 2 acres, well Inside, septic city 2 power pole. $$ 28,000 10,000

I ., ., DALEWOOD Two 75.150 lots 0'buy 0.150.150, paved street. $ 12,500
SI 19th ST. HAMPTON 3 acres, 3 Mpflc tanks; 4" tub pump 2 power polet.oc-
Gainesville Mortgage Co..,,-: nc. c*.. to city_....<'' v ;ft- rte, 17.000
BY OWNER. CROSBY LAKtCANAll,3(ots'.'concrete boot ramp $ 22.500

Purchase. Refinance i or Construction: LOT 9.GOLFAIR RDl Country Club Estates, 1.11 acres: Mak.An Offer! $ 8.700
e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000
CONIRLY ESTATES! lot 12 $ 10,000
ConyentIonal.FRA.OTVA; Fixed Rate or A4JuUbIe
Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In
LAWTEYi Flveacre*. 105th Av*., good Inve.tmentl $ 13,000
Ph. 984-3739 Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up ..1I1MIT1V.1APT11T CHURCH RDt 2O.16 acres, 3 well.. 2 pole. $ 50.000
HAROLD K. DAVIS P. O. Box 668. Starke. FLBldg. e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Flo. Frontier $ 15,000
Licensed Mortgage After Hours
@ : ., County
Broker'i..... Longesoth Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000 Ann. TorwIIUgar Nolton' . . . . . 473-7541

"- Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton Paulin. Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160 '

Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 Oebra Connaughlen . . . . . . .964-a 33
MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup

2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301

For Sale or Lease. Classifieds .Ads

200 Acres nearTheressa ...............;...................$lOOOAcre
Building Lots In Smokertse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 Get Results!
e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 -

.Ys' \ e 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ..........................................,....$15.000 .

'iff'aS I Two I Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.50O Each

3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake Keystone Hgts. $65.000 \AcceleratedReafttfa 1

New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd Starke $55.000
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@ r 964-4544

Susan M. Faulkner.T;
EQUAL HOU31NO, PERA ALTOR I Ronald E. Newman. Sr. I IJ

'964-6881 ''I Hwy. 301 S.

Faulkne Realty, Inc. Instant Financing No Points e Reasonable Interest Rates .Starke, Fl. REALTOR

I Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R.laJ. 221 tafcyetfd St. Homes I Lots ;/ Acreage I Waterfront

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On l-6 Acre..tFor Enclosed Garage 576 SP Workshop Hampton Lok Acc....

Homes or Mobil Home CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story CB i Wood Siding Horn, AC
Septic Tank Included I Unit, Elect. Heat Well I Septic 1 Acre.
( COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB CH4A. Large Utility Bldg.,
I Fenced Area for Horse. 2.5 Acre
.MOTHER-IN-LAW QUARTERS upstairs. separate entranco.t '.. 9 ba fireplace, SAMPSON LAKI f 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family. Room, CHSA. Slave I
built-in pool, downttalrt. 112-89. 964-452 """. 180 H. On the Water. Well I Septic.
SEVEN ACREV small mobile home. In lawtey 1019.. NORWOOD S/D 4BR/2BA Brick CHSA. Range, Relrl I Dishwasher, 6x6
COUNTRY LIVINO--IN TOWN BENEFITS '.75 acre*, 3 IR. 2 !be houte. 74-89. Porch Sun Deck In Back 10x12. W.III Septic.

.2 STORY ON CHERRY ST.i Rental Income will pay mtg. ..... 109-89.. S |! NORTH OP LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick large Family Room, CH4A 2946 SF, 2 j
KEYSTONE 315C. 5 acre with mobile h_. S31.500. *..-*.. "111 ::964 370; Carag, large Family Room .Porch, on 1.7 Acre*. Nice Shod. Tree..
BEAUTIFUL LOT. BRICK VENEER 2 Ig. BR, could, ..* .converted! to 3 with 2V4 I II MILTON TERRACf 3BR/IBA CB Ham.. CHtA, Above Ground Swimming |
I both, nice quiet orea. 90-89. OpilDUkson Pool I. Storage Bldg., Large lot w/landtcaplng.
.WATERFRONT over 1 ac,. with 100' on water under$>>.000. IS.... FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/3BA Brick Enclosed DW OUA 20x30 I
.NICE 3 BR, 1M bath on 1 acre with nice I Ig. tree*. Reduced. to $40.000. REALTOR Workshop Fishpond, Well a Septic. .
G01FVIEW BUILDING LOTS only 3 left. 129-89. I' ACRES OP PRIVACY 3BR/1BA A-Fram. w/Porch. All Around. Stove
*3 a/. ACRES wooded to build or put mobile home. I R4rl Wood Burning Stov.. Pot Bam 24x50. Tool Shot 8x9 Well I Septic. ,
COMMERCIAL 10 ACRES with city utllltl*. over 900 frontage" on 301. 5-19. HIGHWAY Ml SOUTH .Commercial I Residential 300-Foot Frontage, Two |
APPROXIMATELY. 3/4 ACRE with 2 or could be JBR.. 1"", 1M' on Hwy. 301 n) I I!I Mobil Home i Comm. Bldg., Well A Septic.

*HWY. 230i 82x450 building lot. has w.lI. 19.". I I Corn. lot. _
.,, 4 Bedroom 3% both. CHtA 4 fireplace*,.,.MOO SF on one acre.
.BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT In lowtey, 100x200, con bo Mod for mobile homo.. A ON SAMPSON RIVER 3811/2' BA Two-Story log Home, CHtA. Stove,

teal at $3.000. 9889.CORNER .REDUCED Brick CHtA. over 2000 *.f.. In the country on 2.78 ocre. Relrl I Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front i Bock Porches, Enclosed Garage, W.II
LOT In the city 79x220, may be divided Into two building lot* of REDUCED TO S3S.OOOI for quick sole. 3/1. CHtA, nlc*. I A Septic large Lo7 .. .
:79x110. owner anxlou An excellent buy at S12.MO. 103-89. _' OWNER FINANCING 2 story from, 4/2 CHtA on 4.64 ocr**. $59.000. ACRES OP ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/3BA CB Large Living I Dining Room
.BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this high *dry.... 193x300. Can be divided Into. FRAME with cedar siding' 4/1. rg* t ref. on 10 ocr**. cultivated I wooded.. | Family Roam Kitchen w/Broklot Nook CHtA, Garage Well 1 Septic.
two parcel 146x200. A great buy at $19.000. All Mil 1, en4 owner fin)ndng loo.' i:I I Form tractor Included.
8989. .EPPERSON.. STREET 4 BR. 1900 ..f. horn. Ig. screened porch with BBQ grill. ,
! TWO BIDROOM. 1 bath near town large comer let fully fenced patio with 'II I$37,900. I WALDO Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobil. Home lot. 100x200.*..

I built-in BBQ. laundry area I family room Only ehlM" 134,900, >>*" .. 'I' PINEBRIEZI IID.II) kept brick 3/1'A, CHtA, nice lot, $39.000. BOMB SLOG LOTS Hwy. 16W. city Water t Sewage Owner Financing.. I
f HAMPTON LAKE LOTS Assumable mortgage. l1l'... "VT*<. 'I''I'f I' .FRAMI 3/1 on 3 acre. 38x30 pole barn fruit frees, and more.I HOMI SLOG LOTS Shady Oak S/D. Breaker.

i .UASI PURCHASE this beautiful 'homo neKd emonfl, BOk *. .plnet. at Hampton.Lake !I I CEDAR HOMI on 1 ace, CHtA rang t ,,,,., $38.000. I FOUR ACRE TRACTS Broofcer. Owner. Financing. ,
Oak. Many extra*! 10-89.( r" I ': .THRIIICONOMY HOMES ranging from $16,000 to $24,000. THRII i-AOtl RWEtPRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.. ) I
' .30 ACRIS. Lawtey area, brkk 'homo. 4 '.. 2 ....' lore ......, fa!sc d. ..-... *FARM HOUSE CHtA on 28 ocre*. 2 barn, pecan grove $87.000. 1i I. I LAKI OfNIVA Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water.
,. PRICK REDUCED ON 4 BR 'horn with S acre. lot el rood .,....... 9189. I ,t!, BRKKi 4 BR. 2% Ba, CHtA FP. Rnge I Relrl., DW over 9 acre.. I 19 ACRIS Fronteg on Fenyth Read. Will Divide.
PRICE REDUCTION the lots In town.a.1OG ewIn.\ .*.:"' Clot U Acre Pecan Grove. Will Divide. Well t Septic. Owner Financing. I
on *IN STARKIt to hoep., CB 3/1. CHtA, Big Room! $38,500. i '
Acre W.II. and .
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY a 121, comnwrtlaj \lot tyeiloble.IO'7-tI9. 6 Septic Power Pole. Ha Cypress Pond.
Hwy.16 LAKI COTTAGE on clear sand-bottorn lake, 17 mile from Starke. 44900. ;
BEAUTIFUL ONI ACRI LOT specious :3 M home. .*J.y, ex" p_*. ftaHord area .LAROI LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage tultabl to store motor horn.. 6ACMS.FrontogeonHwy.100W.. South. City Water Sewage.*.
E ACRES Hwy. 301
10689. 'c .COMMIRCIALi. South US 301. 3 ocr*. plus with metal bldg. t mobile t_.
; 9.' ACRU Frontage on New River. Well) I
Septic. l
. on acre, toned for MH. (REDUCED(. I Ii
s : BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick I cedar farm home, 4/2V4,72 ocr.*.
Call OnaTrained of Our prgI",siofaI1g': I i, *LAWTIY AREA nk homo, CHtA on 1 acre, quiet and 'peaceful. (REDUCED)' "rou.MlHOfS MAKE YOUR ON NEXT MAI JTOP ESTATE AT ACCEUftATED OK THINGS RELATED '
.LAKI LIVING AT ITS BESTi Beautiful high S dry lot area fln..t "horn*..

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After Hours Call The$9 I I Wayne 1111 Onen 964.*44lerfc

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j .Oarl.n Go4wI..46I-=5W : BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Nevto Weed....7.(.. .

1. Warren. "Wootr/ .J....."' ...1040. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings ,

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UPRIGHT PIANO for sal*. Good cond
MO SUZUKI MOTORCYCLE excellent PERSONAL tlon. See to appreciate $430. 47329251tchg817 5 TO 30 ACRES with large concrete FOR SALE
condition. $400. 964-9744. 8/17 barns. Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre

OFFICE Hwy 301 SPACE, Stark.500 Apply sq. for Ourrance rent on DIVORCE $35 In office or by moil. Weddings REMINGTON MODEL 1100-3 In. or larger 434-1393 In country. Call 496-3939 BANK REPOS 1985 and up. $500 down on

HOMES Pump < Supply, 964-7061. 8/25TF $25, Name change, stepchild magnum shot gun with extra barrel. 6/22 days. evenings tfn/chg. 14' wid. $1.000 down on doublewldes.Bad .
OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy. 301. R.nt adoption, wills, legal separation. Between $3000. McCullough 610 bow saw. $200. DOUBLEWIDE credit or no credit. You can buy.
FOR SALE negotiable. Contact Ron D.nmark, Mlddleburg and Orange Pork Craftsman gas wdatr. All attachments bedroom. Fenced with custom large oaks.Owner 2. Coll 755-3114, Circle B Mobile Homes,
272.3029 lake
964-5516.4/13TF 8tpd 7/6-8/24 $75. 473.4512 Itchg8/17. City.

HOMES FOR SALI FOR LEASE Across from KOA/Wal-Mort.' MINT COMMERATIVI and call stamps. Call 496-3939 financing, days.available.434-1393 Must sell. CIRCLI B HOMES Is your factory outlet
Trade or sell. Lionel electric train evenIngs for Clayton Homes. Built In Lake
HUGHES MOBILE HOMES Stork REDUCED: 2000 sq.ft.-$600 1250 NOTICE tfn/chg. 6/29 City.
magazines. 473-7383. 1 17. sold In take City. Com the
EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or sq.ft.- $430: 1000 sq.ft.-$290. 964-8447 tchg8/ plant.
reeled shell. or eves 4733627. 6/13TF CLASSIFIED 10 HP SEARS Lawn tractor w 36 Inch Call 755-5114 and buy at factory cost.
3 m.n, 3 days 964-8447 ADVERTISING should be submitted -
mower deck $350. 3 Bikes $25 each. HELP WANTED Circle B Mobile Homes, lake
or eves 4733627. 4/20TF RENTAL 3200 plus sq.ft.on to the Lake Region Monitor office -
historical Call Street business In writing and paid In advance GE trash compacter, $25. 4751809. 1990 (I4-X701) Three bedroom. 2 bath,

RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-1178 district. Old Dim. Store, will r.novat. unless credit Is already establishedwith BECKLINI 1 tchge/17. BE ON TV many needed for commer Clayton Home.. $11,995 set-up anddelivered.
BEST BUY 3/1 from, CHSA. In town, for good tenant. Call Bill Gr..n, this office.MONITOR ROCKER/RECLINER Excellent cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting $750 down, payments $167
$200 OBO. AFter 6 per month. Call 7555114. Circle B
$26,000. 9042227500. 4tpd 8/3-24 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD p.m. Info. Call ((615)779.7111.) ext. T-946.
473-9320 Mobil. Homes
Hchg8l7.IS Lake
REDUCED $2,800l 3 BR, 2 ba, on SR 230. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HP MITSUBISHI Diesel garden trac l/104tpd..821ATTENTION .d.. 8/3 Stchg. 831THIElIEDI00M.2 City.
\ Living/dining room, family room with CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER tor. 73 HIRING Government jobs
hours 42 Inch finish mower, 48 BATH MOBILE HOMI
fireplace, garage and completesatellite HELP WANTED THE TELEPHONE. Inch earth moving blade, 2 wheel tilt your area. $17,840 $69,485. Call Financing available. Open house on
system. 59500. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday 1(602)838-8883( ) ext. R9127. 8/3 Stpd.
trailer 16
Call Tom. ,
mos. Sunday August 20, I to 6 Powell'sMobile
3/2 MOBILE ATTENTION HIRINOI I Government 8/17 p.m.
HOME with addition, CHSA, prior to Thursday publication. 4733752.
2tchg81724. Home Park lot
enclosed patio, on 1 acre, clot to jobs, your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call Minimum charge Is $3.50 for 13 words, ANTIQUES Rolltop/ desk SIS OF LAKE BUTLER now accepting applications Itpd. 8/17 19. 496-3715.
town. 16028388883. Ext R 3493. 3tpd then 15 cents for each additional word. hall tree 1929 GE refrigerator pump organ, 1935 for full-tlm. employment. 1913 14'xSf All AMERICAN MOBILE
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, "..-..7. 8/10-24 Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, Maytag operated No phone, calls. 8/10 3tpd 8/24 HOME Ceiling fan
gas wringer type new carpet. A/C.
TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED also Keystone His., FL 32636PERSONAL washing machine. Call Tom. 4733752. excellent condition. $7,000. Call
THREE BEDROOM, 2'/i bath 2 story owner/operators for flatbed trucking.Call 2tchg8/17.24. WATKINS Famous for spices, flavorings, 481-3752.8117 2tchg. 821BOATS

from., 16x16 storage, attached garage 259-6830 or 18008280555. 2tchg SERVICESSEWING SEVERAL ITEMS Table, chairs, couch llnaments, and home remedies. Need
with 8/10-17 dealers, high Call collect
storage, 44x28 shelter, 14x50 matching chair end tables. V.ry Inexpensive.
mobile home on 10 ocr... $74,000. Call JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA MACHINES NOT WORKING Good condition. 473.2566. 904-782-3068 Rt. 1, Box 792 Lawtey,
collect, 0-259-6649, Patricia Gray Real openings available In several areas, Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7862. Itchg 8/17 Fl. 32058. 2tchg B/17-24
ty. 5/25TF will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620 Work guaranteed. Used machines $50 ? 19 FT. 1918 BAYLINER fish and ski boat

RENTAL HOUSE In Starke for Sale: 2 BR, 1 ext. 362. 4tpd 8/10-31 and up. 7/20 tfnchg HELP WANTED FOR RENT with 125hp outboard with 5 year war
bath full basement, two stock block BARTENDER PART-TIME NEDED at Win. SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines ranty on motor drive-on trailer. Asking

home, CHSA, currently rented. MUST ner's Pub. Please apply at bar after 3 relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford ATTENTION Exc.lI.nllncom. for home $8,500 call 4963502. 8/10 2tpd 817CARSTRUCKSVANS
SELL-REDUCED to $25,500. Eves p.m. at Econo Lodg. 3tchg 8/10-24 Septic Tanks, Starke. 964-8121. 7/6 OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street,
assembly work. Info call 504-646-1700
HAIRDRESSER 9644151. Glenda' Shear
4733627. 6/8TF tfnchg $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
Design. Itchg 8/17 SECRETARIAL SERVICE typing word Dept. P5425 2tpd8/3.17 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Two bedroom,
CHILD CARE needed for Infant and ,
MATHEWS REALTY 964.4.." NURSES AIDE full time, references required. processing resumes, reports, editing old In horn. Own child ok.yr 1 bath. Close to school clean and par-
HISTORICAL one of Starke's oldest Call 964.4546. Itchg 8/17 pickup and delivery available. Stef my tially furnished. Call 4963760. Itpd. 1977 SUBURU front wheel drive. Cheapon
homes. Just remodeled. Very nice. Only PART TIME MAID for motel work 12-13 473-1638. 6tchgB/10-9/14. 457.56OO.2tchg8lo..I7.EXCITING OPPORTUNITY to work with 8/17 gas. $300 Call 4311999. Itpd 8/17
$42,500. hrs. p.r w..k. 9645332. Itchg 8/17 CRAPES U-Plck. day 7 a.m.
Open every .
ANYONE CAN APPLY! Guaranteed pets and peopl Part time, some mornings
THERESSAt Enloy country living In this 8 p.m. Lily's Vineyard. Coral FarmsRd.
afternoons and otherweekend. NOTICE HOMES FOR SALE
VIsa/MC. US Even with bad every
beautiful Charge.
3/2 CB on on. wooded acre. Florahome 659-2121. 8/IOTFN _
credit. No refused. Call ((213)) Transportation, dedicationand _
$55,000. WANTED TO BUY recurved bow 35 or 40 ....ntlal.
HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick 925.9906 ext. U4424. 4tpd 8/17.9/7 personality Duties Include CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should BRICK HOME ON
beauty lb. pull. 30 Inch draw. 4732032. doc be submitted ONI ACRE Four
general ,
((1987)), on. acre, commute to Starke or WAREHOUSE TO $11.13 HR. 2lpd8/10-17 tor kennel Approx assisting hrs. 2334. to the Union County Times office bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swim
Gainesville. See to appreciate. All Shifts Needed Now In writing and paid In advance ming pool and satellite. Large oaks.
Males B.Females.Train. 1-35S-S500 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Pay depends on experience and proficiency. unless credit
MATHEWS REALTY 964.4169GRAHAM Is already establishedwith $119,500. Call 496-3939, days and
MH World $95'../Refundobl.Itpd HOUSI OUT OP LEVEL Call Training pay starts at $3.35 pet this office. 454-1595, evenings tfn/chd. 6/22
COUNTRY LIVING 2 acres, 3 8/17 LaRu leveling Service for all your hr. Apply In person Keystone Heights THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD :
DRIVERS TO $750 WKLY foundation repairs. Keystone, Animal Hospital, 7344 SR 100 KeystoneHeights. RESPONSIBLE *
BR, air, wood heater, sun deck and FOR MISTAKES IN
screen porch. $"2,500. or make offer. Hiring Local tOTR Now 473-7721. 7/9TF CHILD TFNchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER MATHEWS REALTY'64.... "
CARl Needed
4891189. 6tchg 8/10-9/14 Will Train Local. 1-3SS-SSOO part-time for 2 THE TELEPHONE. PROVIDENCE. 135 Ac. farmm with

9 ACRE TRACT) 4 acres of mature pines, JtH WORLD $Fee/Refundable. CARS-TRUCKS toddlers and 1 Infant.Melrose Non-smoker, Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5 beautiful home.MATHEWS .
Itpd 1/17 own trantportatlon. area P.M., REALTY, '64.... "
5 acres of Improved drained property, 473-3240. 2tchg8/17.24. prior to Thursday publication.
p.can trees, fruit trees, mobile horn, SMO.OO/DAY PROCESSING MOTORCYCLES PART TIME Morning hrs. Good for Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.50, *
well septic. Great building site for PHONE ORDERS PEOPLE CALL YOU. retired or college student. Outside then 15 cents for each word th.r.alt.r.MISCELLANEOUS .
small ranch. located 1 mil. from
work. Call 473-4165 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE
Starke Golf Course. $34,900.964-8602 REFUNDABLE end slightly wrecked. Engine, 2tpd8/17-24.
after 6 p.m. TFjmm 1-31S-7S3-4062 Ext. P-3014 Iran.mli.lon. rest of body good. Sell

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 2 BR, 1 ba. 600 Stpd 8/17-9/14 for ports or complete. $493. 473-2438 WANTED EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER for COW DOGS AND MIX PUPS Plutt hound,
S f. house and 3.03 acres with city ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING Itchg8/17. Infant In my home.Monday-Frlday. red bone and bull mix, 2 bulldogs, air-
water and swage hookup. Zoned MH. BOOKS! $32,000/year Income potential. 83 FORD FAIRMONT Excellent cond. 4732981. Itpd 817LAND I SAO SALE United Methodist Women's dale and pit 75 Ibi. walker hound. Call
For sale $13,000. In Hampton. Call Details. 602/838-8885 ext. Bk 41,000 miles. 6 cyc, 4 dr, new Dupont Thrift Shop. Main Street-lake Butler. 2752410. Itpd. 8/17
964-5010. Itchg 8/17 3493. 2tpd 8/17-23 paint AC, PS, PB. $2500 firm. 473-4782 FOR SALE S3 grocery bag full. Saturday Aug. 19. KENMORI WASHER AND DRYER Good
EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble Itpd8/17. Itpd. 8/17 condition. $200. Call 496-3545. Itpd.

R.V.s, CAMPERS, products at home. Call for Information. 1987 FORD EXP Black tinted windows. LAKE LOT Hill Crest Oaks 14900. 8/17
504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 2tpd New eogel. C.T. tires mag rims $500 down, $181 month. Phone

TRAVEL TRAILERSUTOPIA 8/17-24 sharp) $5600 or take over payments. 473-4367, after 6pm. 475.5675. 4tpd :RAIN FOR CAREERS IN TRAIN FOR CAREERS IN
FULL OR PART TIME CASHIERS NEEDED 473.3370 1tchg8/17. 8/10-8/31
Now hiring. Many benefits. Apply In .
MOTOR HOME excellent condition COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Near day care ,
a steal at $3895. 209 E. Adklns St., person. SSS Food Stores, Hwy. 100, ANIMALSCAT center. Well established. 4732438.ltchgs17. :.;: I'
Lake Butler. 8/17 '
9648251. 2tchg 8/17-24 ...
22 FT. RVt self contained needs minor LOVERS ONLY Owner III and
available for someone to collect bloodIn s CORD: PROCESSOR e CRUISE LINES -
work and ready to go. $1200 OBO. the Stark. area. Must ba experienced unable to car. for and keep her pets. FOR RENT HOME STUDY/RES. TRAINING TRAVEL AGENCIES'
9649075. 4tchg 8/17-9/7 Males neutered. Females spayed. HOME STUDY/RES. TRAINING

", In pediatrIc phlebotomy. $9 p.r These or* Indoor or outdoor pets. All COMMERCIAL SPACE available inKeystone ,!lr;riNANetAt. :>Ato>, .AVAILABLE. .
hour plus ,$.21 a mil. Call 'Dawn ." flNANCIAl 'AIO AVAItABLt
ned loving homs. Call 4732424.2tchg81017. '
Heights. 2 locations: 700 8ft.Jl: tMiN't' '
rl ct 18002479540.. ltpd1Z sq. iOlpiAtJE'M5Pif;)
: ;
Down Payment ;
'yfo H
'4JI v THE CITY Of STARKE has an opening for ft. S 1000 .q. ft. High traffic and visibility 4'<1aS'ANCtJ ASSISTANCE
In both locations 473-3193 or
the of mechanic.The .
Handi-House position mlnumum power requirements plant are Champion blood line. $SOO S $600 firm. 473-7683 leave message. 7/6 tfnchg 1-800-327-7728 1-8OO-327-7728
16420180. 1tpd8/17. MOBILE HOMI 2 A 3 bedroom partially THE HART SCHOOLA
e C&C Mini-Storage graduation from an approved high LOST COLLIE Sable color with little furnished. $135 a month 6 up. 473.7566 DI... of A.C.T. Corp. A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
school or GED. Prior power plant or balck on back. Lost Keystone area on or 473-7810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 N t1. Hd tn., Pom no Beach FL Neil Hdqtr, Pompano Beach FLA
964-8848 electrical experience preferred. Applications 8/11. Answers to Randy. Call Debbie at4737'n7 ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency. .
will be received until S
p.m. Itchg8/17 Laundry and dock facilities. $275
Garages Friday, Aug. 18. Apply at the City of month plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6
Greenhouses '' Starke City Hall Personnel Office, 209
St. Stark. 8/10-17
torage THE CITY OF STARKS has an opening for ..AUO ".9 a.m. to 4 p.m. HamptonLake. across street from, Hardees. 12'X34',
301 S. the position. Apply of laborer City of In Starke the StreetDepartment. City ltchgB/17. $275 adjoining 20'X32', $350. 473-4375. U C T I O N

,AcrossFrom { 2 FAMILY Household and baby Items, 7/13 tfnchg
Hall, Personnel Office, 209 N. Thompson -
sporting goods, tools. Hwy 100 E. to CR SIR IVtBA Fenced yard. Interior r.palntad. .
Starke. Must have Florida Chauffeurs 6 old, nice location. Clay
Gustafson Rd. Follow yrs.
KOA/ License. 2tchg 810.17EARN 219. Right on TURNBULL CREEK RANCH 1140: ACRES,
County $450 mo. 1-239-2138 or
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ltchg817.SATURDAY per
Wal-Mart $5 to $10 per hour, part-time or AUG. 19-9-4. ImmokaleeRd. 239-6271 4tchgB/10.8/31 2 HOMES, BARNS PASTURE lAKES PINE TIMBER

full-time. For Information. Call Bradford County. Second house off 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred. AC

Ramona, 782-3068. Avon. 8/IOTF Highway 100 west. Itpd8/17. full bath, refrigerator everything furnished SATURDAY AUGUST 26 10:00 A.M.
WATKINS famous for spices, flavorings, SATURDAY- 93. 7189 Pleasant Point Rd. except cooking gas. With cable. ,
llnaments i home remedies. N.ed on Lake Brooklyn off Immokalee Rd. $200 month. $50 deposit. 4732667. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
R. V. DURRANCEPUMP dealers. High profits. Call collect Itchg8/17. 8tchg72097NEW ,

9047823068. Rt. 1, Box 792 lawtey SAT AND SUN. 9-5. E. Gas Line Rd. 1 BR On Lake Bedford, furnished,
& SUPPLY Fla. 32058. 2tchg 81724WANTED Itchg8/17. utilities Inc, CH/A. No smoking or Being offered In up to 16 parcels ranging In size from 2:

1 FAMILY Gun cabinet furniture, drinking. $325/mo. plus dep. 473-7769. acres to 342: : acres.
.Well Drilling j dishes, clothes, what nets. First dirt 3tchgB/l7-31. .
road to left pass Gizmo then follow LAKI HOUSI In Melrose. Rustic quaint, Easy owner financing available.
Rotary 2" to 6" signs. Friday and Saturday. Itpd8/17. private. 2BR/IB. $325/$350 furnished.Pets Ideally located on State Road 16 between 1-95 and State

I\ Pumps USED TRACTOR TIRES WANTED I need. GARAGE SALE OK. 18248299. Itchg8/17. Road 13, close to St. Augustine and St. Johns River.
tires forMo..ey TRAILER ON LAKI Keystone Heights,
I two matched 28"Call tractor 782-3660, leave Sunday Only,Aug.20 UNF/FUR 2BR, AC, CPT. Call to see. Beautiful mini-ranches and homesltes to build on.

All Sizes message Ferguson.If no answer. TFm| Keystone S87S White Hts.Sand..Variety lake of Road ttms 1-22I-O605 1-241-5771. 4tchg8/l7-9/7 anytime. After 6 p.m. Investment and development potential in Florida's 2nd fast-

In Starke. Call 964-8045. Itchg 8/17 Itchg B/17_ LAKI GENEVA COTTAGE > 3 rooms, 1 BR est growing county.
t F hum Heal and A/C Incl. References.
HOMES FOR SALE $300/mo. 473-3046 or Jax. 13898218. SALE SITE: Sale will be conducted on the Ranch under the

. ltchgS/17. auction tent rain or shine.
LAKE COTTAGE On Spring lake. For 76"6 Kings Canyon Rd 3/2. Energy efficient ,
Taco Ben Starke sale by owner. Sandy beach, swim ski horn on 1 acre. $400 plus equal PRE-SALE INSPECTION: Representatives will be at the

i 4 llsh. 2 BR/1 BA. Kit.. LR/DR comb., security. LAKE GRINER, brick 2/1, sale site on August 18, 19, 20 and 25 from 10 AM to 6

Now Hiring open porch, well, utility room well, great rm., new relrlg, and rang. PM with and complete details.
100 ft. on lake dp lot $57,000 cash. $400/mo. plus security. 7995 FLORAL maps
for Swing Management 473.3151.Stchg 8/3-31 RIDGE CT., furnished 2/2 mobile home.

Visit Our Showroom Positions and Full Time ONE LAKESIDE HOMI with separate $275 plus security. Watson Realty CALL TODAY FOR A FREE BROCHURE OR ADDI-
with 2 $29,500 080. or 2 Corp., 473-4816. ltchgB/17
garage acres DONT MISS THIS RARE
Plumbing Parts9wt7061 Crew Members for Fall
For Yom lakeside homes 4 acres 55.500 080. IN CLAY COUNTY 2 BR, 1 ba home with
: Daytime Shifts Keystone Heights area. 1-659-2779 central heat B air. $250/month. OPPORTUNITY
7/20 tfnchg 4732566. 2tchg 8/17-24
FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury Cooperating Broker: Allan Roberts Realtor

N. Temple Ave.. Starke Apply At condo. Garage, screened porch, BOATS FOR SALE Office Phone: 19048247777Home
Taco Bell overlooking lagoon. 475-3267 eveningsor Phone: 19048245081Or
F.'II & Weekends weekends. 7/27 tfnchg
SPORTCRAFT MODEL 170 Center Console -
S64-7578 S. 301. Starke LAKE BROOKLYN 21$' on water, 3 BR, Instruments 2 radios, depth Call The Auction Company:

I Vt BA, brick CH&A, large oak trees on recorder 100 h.p. Johnson. Power tilt,
approximately 2'/i acres. 17780018. blmlnl top, trailer. $4250. See to appreciate. PROFESSIONAL

Tie / 2tpd8/10-17. 473-4890. 3tchg8/17-31.
: HOUSE ON LAKI GENEVA 3 BR, red 19(7 GLASSTREAM .. 15V Hydro-boss e AUCTIONEERS. INCJacksonville.
I "Ahe t-.PuroD Tranc brick. Call 473-4841 for Information. bass boat with 115 mercury outboard. n.TOLL 1713 '--'-". !
3tpd8/17-3l Looks and runs great. Trailer and all
rio fFAR CUSTOM HOMI 3BR, 28 with large accessories and extras Included.
\wH I. studio flreploc 5 star rating. Near $4200. Call day or night 4734732. Florida FL AB290

anyone eLl ',.i !!a11iDtYon appointment.schools and beach.1 tpde/17.Call 473-7498 for Itchg8/17. 904-733-9260

: comfortable .4. h, f. LOVILY amenities'13, 3/2 PlllTWOOD FR, covered full with length all -' WANTED -

patios, dbl.! CP 20x31x11, short walkto To buy good used baby
with. Lake Geneva. 42500. MATHEWS

h .' REALTY Stark., 964-4469.TF items.473714O Evening.. I FOR ,RENT

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bound to provide a tat-' .tt tseb __ __ n __ __ r .
comfort 8eoetlxt XL MW T,* UOUIJU I .
j ii'l" .hart pump ia tacked by.excajuve nunujac I IJ MODEL HOME FOR SALE 3 Mobile Homes and.
: turcr s 10 year bmted......,on both InsvjUTyziv
xs cx.d an4 pks 2 yesre m ootaAnd I
1 mage the ail una'iisuper year tag high effidenqr hdparsduosrurenergy At Reduced Price One House'ln Raiford;

today far more details on( c.D. ,.. .
XL 1200 hen pump Call Debbie.



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L.'__ L..h",_.'._ _.._ L _.__ ....R
bumbung private investigator the eiion.When we r..W.L ,
oIfJYEOqJS who's called in on a kidnappingcase. they mean R on this film. Contains -
Much of the humor is profanity, violence and sexual -
I .l l Starke AdsYARD 1 MOBILE HOMES _- .predictable and tfliMcsa, but he Bituatlons.

FOR SALE solves the case and ends up on top THE FLY II: Rated R, 105 Min.,

again.Co-stars are Jeffrey Jones treyou with Jeff
like The Fly
and Annie Potts.This Is not one ofCandy's
140 UnSOt 2 bedroom 1 both set up WET better films but there Goldblurn you'll be entertainedby
SALES and delivered $8500. $450 down payment of chuckles., Parents The Fly II with Eric Stoltx.This .
$120 per month. Call 755-51U. are a couple sequel picks up with the
Circle B Homes, lake City. Stchg 8/3.31 should take the PG-13 rating Brundle's
birth of Dr. Seth son.,
FRIDAY SATURDAY 417 S. Cherry St. 9 CHILD CARE FOR THE WORKING 1982 MERITT MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 both By Kathy Prevatt seriously on this one. There is The child is raised by a large cor-
tit ?? Itchg 8/17 MOTHER: After school evenings, all CH 8x10 wood.n deck removable some profanity and several sug- and continues his
BIG YARD SALE 301 N. to NE 50th St. night, and weekends Call 9648522. wood skirting. $7000. 9644995. Stehg DAFFY DUCK'S QUACKENBUSTER'S gestive scenes.eTEQUILA lather's poration If
work UJeporUtlon.
: Rated G, 79 min., on
Strawberry Acret Follow signs Baby Itchg 8/17 8/3.31
Brundle had
recall Dr.
clothes, baby furniture children & JUDD'S REFRIGERATION: household and CIRCLE B HOMES Is your factory outlet Children's.Young you ,
adults clothes, furniture, household commercial refrigerator, AC units, for Clayton Homes. Built In Lake City children will like this SUNRISE) RatedR already accidentally mixed his
Items, mlsc Items Fri & Sat only 9 6 freezers 8 Icemakers. 9649333. 4tchg sold In Lake City. Come tour the plant. "Daffy" take-off on the 116 min., Drama. DNA with a sly before his child
p.m Itchg 8/17 8/10.31 Call 755.5114 and Save, Save, Save. Ghostbuster theme. Daffy inherits Fans of Mel Gibson, Kurt was conceived, and there follows
GARAGE SALE COMPLETE TREE MAINTENANCE trimming Stchg 8/3-31 a fortune from a tycoon he Russell, and Michelle Pfeiffer an unusual growth-rate and impending

Sunday Only, Aug. 20 topping removal shrubbery; BANK REPOt 1985 ft up. $500 down on 14 befriended, and sets up his own will definitely enjoy this tale of transformation. The
5875 White Sands lake Rd. reasonable rates 964.7002 or wide. $1000 on doublewldes. Bad spook-hunting business with the romance, intrigue and suspense. special effects are nearly: as goodas
K.yston. Hts. .Variety of Items 964.9673. 4tchg 8/10.31 credit or no credit you can buy. Call help of his pals, Porky Pig, Bugs Russell narcotics the original, but don t expectthe
Itchg 8/17 DRAFTING SERVICES House plans, 755.5114. Circle B Homes, lake City. Bunny, Sylvester: and Tweety- detective and is a drug same level of quality In acting
GARAGE SALE Sot. 8/19 82pm. SR child playhouse decks, cabinets, etc. Stchg 8/3.31 Bird. The Jokes and gags are simple dealer trying to retire. The two and plot. There is a surprise en-
225 3 miles West of Lowtey. turn off on Specialty designs from simple to l 90 14x70 CLAYTON HOME 3 BR, 2 ba. and easy to follow. Children are romantically Involved with ding which is refreshingly satis
68th Ave. follow signs Kitchen Items, elegant. I can put your Ideas on paper. $11,995 set up and delivered. $750 should be guided, however, the same woman (Pfeiffer) and fying. Contains violence and sex
coffee toble, school clothes for Quality work at reasonable '0'... down payment; $167 per month. Call regarding the danger of imitating Inevitably end up In conflict. Raul ual situations.
children. All sizes, toys, and lots more. 964.9336 after 6 p.m. and weekends. 755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl. the things the characters do, as Julia Is always an impressive
7823171. Itchg 8/17 2tpd 8/17-24 8/3.31 always. performer but to describe his
FOR ANY TYPE OF YARD WORK or cleanup ONE ACRE FENCED lots of oaks, ,"
SATURDAY AUG. 19: 9 am.4 p.m. Lots WHO'S HARRY CRUMB& role would be to say too much
of cloth., motorcycle' other Items. work. Call anytime for free horseshoe driveway, nicely landscaped Rated PG-13, 91 min. Comedy. The plot requires some concentration AFFORDABLEI!
estimates Leave 782-3894. with lots of shrubs. 8x12 wired ,
557 N. Walnut St. Itpd 8/17 message.
to follow but it's worth APARTMENTS
John ,
Candy plays a dense TiLE
MOVING SALE Sleeper sofa dining 2tpd 8/17-24 utility shed, 6x5 walk-In pump house
room suite, weightlifting, equipment with a 4" well 2 BR, 1 bath trailer with .. 922 E.Brownlee St.
girls clothes, etc 771. Glendale St.. large wraparound deck. 23000. Will Blending Rd.
964.6085. Itpd 8/17 consider any terms. MUST SELL. Camp
SATURDAY* SUNDAY! Baby clothes ex. 473-3264 S 7821221. 4tchg 8/17-9/7 nutritiousBRAN Starke FL32C91
cellent cond.. newborn to 2T: misc. 1972 TITAN 12x60 2 BR, 1 Bo with AC.
Items also. Second RR crossing on Griffls FOR SALE $4,000. Call 964-8641. Itchg 8/17 964-7133
Loop follow signs Itpd 8/17 DRASTICALLY REDUCED! 11 Showcase
THREE FAMILY SALE Thurs 8 Frl 9.5 p.m. model homes. Doublewldes and oriented with
2 & 3 BR family
SR 100 West, opprox. 5 miles to SW MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. slnglewldes. Sold to highest bidder. It's
15th St. Turn left follow signs Itchg $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF true! HUGHES MOBILE HOMES OF STICKY BUNS and margarine spread In laundry& large playground.
8/17 NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum STARKE 9646407. 8/17 Makes 9 servings sugar ; .Free electricity flrfct month.
FRI ft SATURDAY NE 11th St, Old measures 24x36" $50 each. Great for NO MONEY DOWN I One acre with 8 z: 8 z: 2-inch pan. Top with .RcjU S0%of your monthly
Lowtey Rd. to Laura Baptist Church patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, 135 utilities. Choose any home large 1 cup NABISCO 100% apple slices; set aside. Income if you qualify.] '
first left past church. Clothes boys, W. Call St. 9646305. TF selection! HUGHES MOBILE HOMES OF Bran Mix baking mix, remaining Ifyou cam $3.35 per hr., 4OIll's.
large women mans, tools furniture. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer STARKE, 964-6407. 8/17 1/3 cup firmly packed bran egg product and water .. a week&have 3
something for everyone) Itpd 8'17 regular machines and sergers LUXURIOUS SINGLEWIDESi all sizes light brown sugar would be
until soft forms. rent
dough Drop by dependents; your
FRIDAY < SATURDAY 8.5 p.m. 680 W. Pinehurst Variety Store, across from Final clearancel' Act now for huge discounts 1/4 margarine
Madison. Captains bed piano bicycle Southside Elementary School. ) HUGHES MOBILE HOMES OF cup 1/4 cupfuls into prepared pan. about 6 1 1 2. a month or$3.73
baby, childrens and adults clothes. 9645587. TF STARKE 964-6407. 8/17 melted Bake at 450F for 13 to 15 min per day for days lea in month.
much more. Itchg 8/17 ALICIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur 1M2 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 14x52 1 apple cored and utes or until done. Invert onto for move-in after the first.

APARTMENT SALE: Furniture and misc. Gasklns. 7823140. 6/8TF plus bedroom addition. 3000. sliced heat-proof plate, leaving pan Qualified Singles Accepted.
items. Pine Forest Apts. B.4, Friday HANDI! HOUSE portable buildings, 9646551. Itchg 8/17 2 cups buttermilk over buns for 2 to 3 minutes. Move-In cost can be as low as
Aug 18, Sat& Sun 8/ p.m Itpd storage buildings, garages, W2 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 2 BR, 2 baking mix $10.00. Low lncorne
Remove cool Serve
8/17 greenhouses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. both living room with fireplace, dining 1/4 cholesterol-free pan; slightly.
MOVING SALE: all must go. Furniture Hwy. 301 South 9648848. 7/13TF room, kitchen all electric 964-7105 cup warm. I.EJ Sec. fi Housing,
waterbed, Sears washer dryer, '78 NEW TRACTORS: 30 hp $5.000.: 70 hp alter 6 p.m. Itpd 817NOTICE egg product Nutrition Information per Rants( 3O'J'
Mercury Cougar good condition, and $9000: 70 hp 4WD $10.000. Call Morgan 1/2 cup water serving:225 calories,3 Yourlncom
more. 964.4024 for more informationand Tractor Co., 912-487-2121 Homerville. fiber 0 cholesterol. Housing If You Qualify
Combine :
directions 2tpd 8/17-24 Go. 4tpd 7/27-8/17 1/4 cup bran,brown ary mg. _
FURNITURE: dining room table with six
.. .... .. _.
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PERSONAL SERVICESWANT chairs, lighted china cabinet $2,000 r. .m.' .. >;; .."-i> ,>> ., ,a>,> <
new asking $1000. Also 6 pc. couch
pit, excellent condition $300.
TO DRINK. 964.2483. 4tchg 8/10.31
ADVERTISING should be submitted
to the Bradford
THAT'S OURS I IAlcoholics Lumber and Builders Supply, 7 mi. S. of County
Telegraph office In writing and paid In
Starke 301. 468-2624 Mon-Frl. 8 30-5
Anonymous on :
advance unless credit I. already
964.3619.964.4150.964.8614pd83.1012 p.m., Saturday 8:30.4: p.m. Itchg 8/17 established with this office. Get Your
CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed Free bumper. 964.6475 after 6 p.m. 2tpd RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. 8/17-24
Owner Tommy Reddish, 964.8559. TF PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER 4x4x8 THE TELEPHONE.
WELL DRILLING PUMPS S SERVICE: Ourranee S3.99, '/,x4x8 Lattice$8.99, Galvanizedsteel
Classified deadline
Pump 8 Supply Co., Water roofing $.67 per linear foot. prior to Thursday publication. Extra
Stephen Smith Lumber& Builders Supply
systems specialists 864 N. Temple Classified display deadline TUESDAY
Ave. US 301, Starke, 32091, 9/8TF 7 miles South of Starke on 301. 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display
TUTORING SERVICES: If your child barely Open M.F 8:30.5: p.m.: Sot. 8:30-3 p.m. placement Is NOT Guaranteed.
passed this year 3 months vacation 468.2624. Itchg 8/17
Minimum charge for classified ads Is
can only makes things worse Call FOR SALE OR TRADE 1982 Goldwlng d
15 words for $3,50, then 15 cents for
9648594. 511ITFALTERATIONS. $1300 OBO, ALSO WANTED-Fiberglass each word thereafter. $1 Copy ;
: zippers, hems buttonholes dune buggy, ALSO WANT c':'.'.'....tong.or be added to each CHARGED chargewill
patches, etc Drop off and Chevy Muscle Cars to be rebuilt. classified ad.
pick up. 7 days a week 7 a.m.-8 p.m.. 964.8175 after 6 p.m., leave name and
964.5587. Pinehurst Variety across number. 3tchg 8/17.31
from Southside Elem. Hwy. 100 s. MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Sales, wicker the
525TFSTRICKLAND'S used furnlfure, appliances, TVs ::; .
SEWING MACHINE SERVICE microwaves VCRs. "You name it, I .
: all makes and models cleaned carry It I" Always looking for such >wr : :.;;

oiled and adjusted, $15. New and us Items. Stop In if you wish to sell LAND FOR SALE
ed. Hwy. 233 & 16 (Morgan Rd.) something 304 E. Call St., 9643250.
964.8733. 6/8TF Evenings phone 964.5813. Don't call
LAWN MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UP: after 9 p.m. 817TFU.PICK.GRAPES. 100 ACRES six room house and born.
low rotes free estimates. Call J.C., : Gnffis Loop, 9645678. Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. {
9649240. 4tchg 727817WE Mon-Sot. 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 1-6 Phone 944-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF \ JJJ.tiiligraP4'!
COME TO YOU I auto and truck p.m. Open Saturday. 3tpd 8/17-31 /
repairs. Also clean garages and yards. GREEN PEANUTS: Call 9646215. Itchg RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-8878 /
9649673. 4tchg 8/10.31 8/17 LAND 2V ACRES UP with well 8 septic.
ROOFING AND REPAIRS: Pressure COUCH C LOVE SEAT Traditional styling EZ owner financing. North of Lawtey or
washing. Call 9646341. Terry Parks. reversible cushions. Good, clean South of Hampton.
7/27TF condition. $250. 9645989. Itchg 8/17 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 64-BS79
Reasonable prices, free estimates Call frostless, like new large capacity. from Stork. From l,000/acre with EZ
Theron- 485 2795 or Greg 431-1423. $125. 964.8384 or 964.5064. Itchg 8/17 terms
4tpd 727817AIR 1972 TERRY BASS BOAT 1000. Also RALPH BRYAN REALTY,914-8878 "
COOLED ENGINES New factory 1978 GMC / ton truck, $700. 964.6528. *
warranted from 3 hp to 23 hp. Several Itpd 817SEVERAL LAWTEY ACREAGE With Road Frontage
brands, Installation available. ITEMS Coldspot refrigerator Call for details MATHEWS REALTY, th
9646529. 3.pd 8/3-17 $100.: Hard Rock maple dining room 964.4469. 110Anniversary
TRACTOR WORK: mower 8 tilling Call set, table 8 four chairs, $200; matching FOR SALE BY OWNER Putnam County
hutch cupboard $400 small black 8 wooded 1.3 acres near Interlachen.
Carlton Craft anytime 964.6697; or Jim ;
my OSteen after 5pm. 9647387. white TV, $20. Hutch cupboard, make Homes only. End of cul-de-sac. $7995. j ;
2tchg 8/10-17 offer. 9645459. 2tpd 8/17-24 8138561692. 4tpd 8/3.24
my home. All shifts., HRS Registered. $1,000 or best offer. Also Hotpolnt 'lokevlew lot '/! acre, canal access to Issue
9643521. Itpd 8/17 electric .stove $100. After p.m., call Lake Hampton 2" well Beautiful oak
DO YOU NEED A GRANDMA-TYPE 964.8846 or 533-2435. Itpd 8/17 trees. $25.0001: ((904)) 388.6795 after 5 '
BABYSITTER? Will take care of your GRAPES-U-PICK Open every day 7 a.m. p.m. 4tpd 8/10-31 & 1879-1989
babies In my home Mon-Fri. Live off to 8 p.m. Lilly's Vineyard Coral Forms 20 ACRES ON RD. 12S High S dry.
Rd. 16 toward prison. 9643803. 2tchg Road, Florohome 6592121. 8/17TF 9643359. Itpd 8/17
8/17-24 3-PIECE FRONT ROOM SUITE very nice I GOLFVIEW ESTATES 1.2 acres, high lot $1 EachWhile They Last!
on cul de sac. Backs to future 11th hole
TRACTOR WORK MOWING: no job too condition. Chair, rocker and couch-
small. Call 964.5444 or 9642844. Itpd country/western style. Maple colored of golf course. 11000. 964-4123 or Also T-Shirts Glass Coffee Stadium
964.5700Itpd 8/17 Mugs
8/17 wood and autumn designs, colors on ,
BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: All ages. 6 cushions. $300. 468-2038.Itpd 8/17 I BUILDING LOTS ON BESSENT ROADS .
Cleared and mostly cleared; leveled Cushions Etc.
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and landscaped. Call 964-6300. 8/17TF __
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