Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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September 7, 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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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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8th Issue Thursday.September?. 1989 USPS 062-700

I, Worth 1I I Starke Voters Go to the Polls in Historic Election l I

L NotingSeason
by Buster Rahn created District 2 black commission A.J. Simmons, are running for a 'group of concerned citizens in'the Jerusalem Baptist Church in
ICY Staff Writer post. black majority District 2 seat Reno candidate. Barber works in Olustee.
Tickets... Starke voters go to the polls Tues Voting will be by district. It will be basically of the Reno area, boundedon recreation at Lawtey Correctional Chief's Race.
day Sept. 12, to elect a police chief helpful if Starke bring their voter the south by Brownlee Street and Institution.Rev. .
Reserved seat tickets for Brad and a black majority District 2 city registration card to the polls to west by the railroad. It will mark the Simmons who doesn't agree For the second time this year
ford High varsity home football commissioner. determine which of five tables at first time a black commissioner will that the entire community was con- Starke voters will elect a police
I games are on sale at the High Incumbent chief Jimmy Epps and which to vote. The police chief is have sat on the city council. tacted about the Barber recommendation chief.In .
, School office Price, $25 each. See challenger John Hodges are running elected city wide. Council membersnow District 2 contains 404 registred is running as an independent February voters elected Jim-
Wanda Prevatt the finance officer. for police chief. run within one district.In voters 394 black, 10 white. candidate to give the voters a my Epps to fill the unexpired term of
Vernon Barber and Rev. A.J. Sim- a historic vote', two black candidates Barber, who serves on the Starke choice. Rev. Simmons is of New former Chief of Police Jimrnv.
Building Spirit... mons are running for the newly Vernon Barber and Rev Zoning Board, Is supported by a Bethel Baptist Church in Starke andOld (See Elect on..p.3A)

The BHS Quarterback Club will '-- .
I have T-shirts, golf shirts and ban ,:'- .":-.. '
danas for sale at the football game. .f,7' Barber
Auto tags and ponchos will be .
available also. Look for the table ._" .JIIt' ,
displaying the merchandise. ,. '. ". ,
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Gator QB Club... 'x : .-- ." .... .-_-... ...., --..--. --- Simmons
The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub ., 'i't"
will meet at the Bradford ,' ..... 1a
County Fairgrounds Thursday SeekingDist.
Sept. 7, with Red Anderson Gator
Offensive Tight End as featured
speaker. Social hour 6:30 p.m.

Covered dish supper, 7:30 p.m. 2Victory

FSU Boosters...

The Bradford-Union Seminole
Boosters Club has scheduled a din-
ner meeting for September 7, 7
p.m. at the KOA Campground
meeting room. Donations for sup-
per will be accepted. A film of By Jo. Cissy
game highlights will be shown aCT Staff Writ.
along. with other activities. Both newcomers to politics Vernon
Recreation. Barber and A. J. Simmons are
Starke ..
each seat the
seeking a on Starke City
Registration for Gymnastics will Council from district 2.
be held at the old Armory 8:30-12( p. District 2 is in the northeast sector -
noon and 1-5:30: p,m., or at Pratt of Starke east of the CSX railroad
Street 3-5 p.m., Wednesday Sept. i a and north of SR-16, comprising the
13. Classes will be held at Pratt St. Reno neighborhood with only 10
Center. Fee $15 per month. Instructor registered white voters and 394
Jennifer Brown. black voters.
Barber graduated from Bradford

Expecting?... High School class of 1973 and lettered
.-.---.-. _. on the Tornado football team.
Expecting a baby soon? You He attended the University of
Fire Trucks Never Die
They ..
won't want to miss the next Florida in Gainesville and played

prenatal series beginning Tuesday ...go on parade. The old engine is equipped' with chromium plated fire extinguishers and linebacker for the Fighting Gators.
Sept. 19, at 7 p.m., in the Bradford This 1957 Seagraves fire truck, Starke's Engine No.; 1 I. gelling an extended fittings. It has a corrugated metal floor. It does need a paint job. He graduated from the Universitywith
Extension Building. Classes are life thanks to Utilities Director Bill \\c-lilon und City Commissioner City commissioners agreed with Wrldon'n suggestion that Engine No. I a degree in speech communications -
free but please pre-register by Charles Schaefer. be housed In the city garage and used in parades and other ceremonial oc and is now employed at Lawtey
calling !9K4-62HO ext. 209 or 224. In The 32-year-old engine hadn't been maintained. The batteries were casions. Weldon talking about getting the old convertible top fire truck Correctional Institution as a recrea-
Lake Butler call 496-2321, dead and the engine wouldn't run because of a blow head gasket. Hut the into the UF Gator homecoming parade with the Charles Francis family ,.
Annual Meet... city mechanics got the engine fixed with only 1135.: including $15II: for two riding on It. since Gator kicker John David Francis Is a senior this year. Barr was selected to run for office \
batteries.The "This will be something for the citizens of Starke to take pride In.There by a group of community
The Bradford County Economic good news is that Engine No.; 1 Is in excellent condition. In an are very few cities that have a unit like this available for civic use." leaders in the Reno area.
Development Corporation will hold emergency it can be used for fighting a fire. Weldon |mints out. Weldon told the council. "I had never considered politics"
its annual meeting and banquet at Barber said "It just evolved with
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the Fairgrounds Friday Sept. 22. my involvement with community
Tickets $12.50 each. Call Ingrid programs and being active with the
Smith ph. 964-7375 for reservations. citizens groups."

Bradford Teachers Get 7.3 % RaiseBradford Barber is co-founder of a group
Free Day Care... known as the Community Outreach

Free for Volunteer Program.This group pursues
day care 3-4 year olds Is
available in most private preschools teachers will receive an Language has been added requiting points out. cumulated sick leave. But several a project each month for the
in Starke. For more information over-all average of 7.3 percent annual contract teachers to "I feel we put every dollar possi- surrounding counties including betterment of the community in the
call Robin Lee at Bradford salary increase in their Sept. 15 notify the school board by March 15 ble into salaries," says Supt. Dun Alachua Suwannee Levy Baker field of beautification family
School Board Office, ph. 964-6800. checks under an agreement reached of their intention to return for can. Bradford salaries are fairly and Hamilton, pay 100 percent. assistance for the needy youth projects
last Tuesday Aug. 29, by school employement the following year. competitive, Duncan says not at the "For the past three years, we've and church programs."I .
Greenpeace... board and union negotiators.The "I'm pleased with the amount of top but not at the bottom either. put on the table a proposal to raise it will be there to serve the people
agreement still must be dollars we got based on the amountof The budget is left with"very very to 100 percent and the board has not to promote myself" says
A Greenpeace toxics tour will be ratified by both teachers who voted new money received," states little reserve in it," says Supt. Dun been resistant," Bowen said. "It's Barber speaking of his service on
at Starke Plaza (Winn-Dixie) Tuesday Wednesday Sept. 6, and the school George Bowen, president of the can. If the student count holds as not just the large counties like Dade the city council. 'I want to help promote
Sept. 12, from 3 to 5 p.m. and board which will vote at its regular teacher union, the Bradford Education predicted and few new students and Duval that are doing this..the a better standard of living for
at the Union County High School meeting Monday Sept. 11. Association and who is the show up the school system is in for a small counties have seen this as a everyone." he says.
Auditorium 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The (Late Wednesday 195 teachers had bargaining agent for the teacher'sunion. tough financial year Duncan added. benefit.Argument for paying for 100
tour includes an activist workshopat voted approving the contract 187 to "We are pleased with the settle percent of sick leave is that a higher
the High School 6 : 8, a 96 percent approval rate. "Seven percent "is a pretty ment given the amount of money the paid employee would be replaced bya
workshop for us, said Wayne school board received from .the ,
Persons attending the Returns were not in from Brooker year less experienced and lower -
must pre-register by calling Elementary.) McLeod personnel director and state, said BEA President George salaried employee thus holding
chief negotiator for the school board. Bowen. "But in order for us to re- board.Teachers' .
964-4288. A beginning teacher with abachelor's down costs to the .
and "But compared to surrounding counties main competitive the district needsto
degree no experience -
March of Dimes... will earn $20,200 up from we feel our salary schedule is maintain that" committment to
teacher salaries.
The March of Dimes Walk $19,100 last year an increase of becoming very competitive.Bradford Bowen said Bradford teacher pay

America is scheduled for Saturday, $,1,00 or about 5.5 percent.A higher Starting than salaries those In in Alachua are salai lea have improved significantlyin Salaries and increases for f
Sept. 30, beginning at the front of bachelor's degree teacher at the Marion or Levy counties but lower the last few years. He said in the beginning teachers (With no L-----' ..LAl.
end of the with
Bradford Hospital. The 5.6 mile than in Columbia and Putnam if all 1986/87 school year Bradford was experience and a bachelor's
walk will start at 9:30 a.m., with 18 years experience, will earn ratified at their levels. 62nd in the state in average teacher for the 89/90 school
monies collected going to support $30,100, up from $28,500 last year oran are present totals salaries. By 1988/90 Bradford degree) Simmons Vernon Barber
The teacher raise
package of the
programs to prevent birth defects. increae.pt6 percent!: teachers ranked 42nd in the state in year. Some figures
Sponsor sheets may be obtained In addition the agreement calls some 467000. Non-instructional below are yet to be voted on A.J. Simmons," 50, is married to
from Wendy's Denmark Furniture, for $100 to be added to the in- raises averaging 5 percent, in totaled pay."Last year we were still about by teachers. Carolyn Simmons, and they have
So of $1,2 million new
$350,000. ,
Allen's Print Shop crements paid for advanced below the state four to 31.
Douglas Battery monies to the school district some $2,700 average P.rc.nUg. boys ages 2Vt
and all schools. Wendy's will provide degrees. Teachers will earn $1,800 teacher salaries," Bowen said. "But
$780,000 has been put into salaries, County Salary Increase Simmons attended public school in
additional for master's degree
free hamburgers to all a the fact
this! secernent! ) represents
Supt. Jim Duncan points out. Griffin Georgia also attended
$2,500 for a specialist's degree or :
walkers. for doctor's Plus more mandated expen- that the district is becoming com- Bradford $20,200 5.8% Nashville Extension Class for four
$3,300 a degree.In
Upcoming... addition: ditures are included in the 89-90 petitive."We've. Columbia $21.030 9.2% years in Jacksonville,Fl.
school budget such as retirement made some progress
Public meetings scheduled in the Language has been added into Social Security, and insurance. A Bowen said "but they (the school Levy $19,032 4.0% He was llscensed to preach in 1967
coming weeks are: the teacher contract for the In- $67,000 expenditure for pre- board) have to understand that his is 8.0% under the storage of Rev. J.J.
The Bradford County Commission surance Committee to meet monthly kindergarten and $50,000 for new not a oneor two-year committ Alachua $19,000 Jones at Antioch Missionary Baptist
will hold a public hearing on rather than one or two times a school buses are also mandatedfrom ment- we still have a ways to go." Marion $20,000 5.3% Church Jacksonville, Fl. Sim-
the county budget Thursday the new money which totaled A disappointing aspect to Bowen is $21.700 8.0% mons Is currently pastor of
September 7, 7:30: p.m. in the Com- year.Language has been changed so $1.2 million. that the school board did not Increase Putnam Jerusalem baptist Church Olustee.
mission Meeting Room at the cour- teachers are paid for holidays if Last year the school district it's percentage of terminal .Beginning leicftar..111)'.No' FIt and New Bethel Baptist Churchin
thouse. employed during the month the holi- received 13 percent new money this leave pay. The Bradford district tlxptlrlM1C4 and badk e'I d QIN. :Starke.:
The Bradford County Commission day occurs. year 8.3 percent Supt. Duncan pays retirees 50 percent of ac- He has been Moderator of the Mt.
will hold its regular meeting Slant Baptist Association for ten

the Monday.courthouse.September ,11.., 9:30 a.m. at Jimmy Seeks Full Term in Officeby association years and include affiliations the within Ministers the

UCAP, United Citizens Against Epps and Deacons Union. The Women'sConvention of
and the Congress
Pollution will meet in the courthouse
at Lake Butler at 7:30 Christian Education.
11. p.m. Buster Rahn time since taking office having promised graduated twice for a total of 1,057 his home; town. During the years in Simmons has been treasurer the
Monday The Bradford September District School aCT Staff Wrtt r the electorate to meet law enforcement hours.The first time didn't count for service, Epps maintained close ties Moderators Council Florida Baptist
Board will meet in the school board Chief of Police Jimmy Epps requirements before the his election to chief since creden- with the area, returning to Bradford Convention for three years a board
meeting room at the school district elected last February to fill an eight next: city election September 12. tials will expire if not maintained. County each winter on hunting trips member for three years and President
September 11,7:30: month unexpired term of former That goal was accomplished upon Epps left Starke as a 17 year old he said. of the Fellowship of Churches,
chief Jimmy Bowen is asking his graduation from Santa Fe Com to join the U.S. Air Force. On the ad- Epps worked as a city police of- Inc., Starke for four years.
mThe meeting of the Starke voters to return him to office munity College Institute of Pulbic vice of an "Old" sergeant Epps ficer for about three years 1876-79 He has received three awards
September Council has been set for a regular two-year term.In Safety (formerly Police Academy), earned his GED in the service and then ran against Jimmy Bowen for from the State Congress of Christian
Hampton City 13 at 7 the interim seven months Epps with 557 classroom hours. went on to earn a bachelor's degreeIn chief of police. Bowen won by 80 Education and has received three
for Wednesday of September elections,Tues- has been in office the rate of crimes Epps says he is the first chief of Business Administration from the votes and Epps left the force. For certificates from Florida General
p.m. because 'city elected city coun- being solved by the Starke Police police in the city to hold police Air Force Community College.In the next several yean Epps workedIn Baptist Convention, and other
cil day.members Three newly will be seated at this Department has risen from 23.8 per-, ,credentials, ''a requirement man- service Epps served in the the Starke Purchasing Deoart- recognitions.
cent to 76 percent, Epps said. dated by the voters in the February Counter Insurgency group retiring (See EppS..r.3A) Simmons work experience has
meeting.The- New River Solid Waste Epps said he has had little Idle election. In fact Epps says, he after 20 years (in 1976) to return to been as a plumbers helper a

will meet at the courthouse mechanic-rapalrman and a forklift

September In Bradford Macclenny 26, at County 7:30 Tuesday p.m.Zoning Former Lt. Hodges Challenges Eppsby operator.heavy His He experience has repair experience includes and auto Installation on-

'-' of electrical equipmentand
In the Starke City
will meet
Hall Board at 7 p.m., Tuesday Sept. 26. Buster Rahn Starke Police Department became"i four years as a SUrkepolice ofiiceTAfter In Starke. wiring, installation of ,ap-
The New River Solid Waste aCT Staff WriterFormer vacant upon the resignition of high school,' Hodges movedto Hodges said he left the Hampton pliances and repairs of small ap
Association will meet in Macclen- Police Lieutenant John former Chief of Police Jimmy Hampton to be near school Job for higher pay and wider law en- pliances. I
Tuesday Sept. 26, at 7:30: p.m. Hodges will face Chief of Police Jim', Bowen and lost. classmates who lived in the small forcement experience. Tuesday September 12 is election
ny The Starke Zoning Board will my Epps on the city ballot Tuesday Hodges 33, is a 1974 graduate of Bradford County community. In Hodges attended the Santa Fe day. Voting will be at City Hall for
meet in City Hall Thursday Sept. Sept. 12. for a two year term in the Newberry High School and has ap- 1982. he successfully ran for town Community College Police all districts and voters will need to
28 at 7 top police position. proximately six years law enforcement marshal and served a two year Academy graduating as valedic- have their new- voter registrationcard
p.m. Hodges contested Epps last experience, Including two term. In 1984 he was re-elected but with district number for iden-
February when the top job in the years as marshal of Hampton and resigned after a few months to work (See HodgCS..P.) tification.v .'

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Starke Zoning Board Approves New Banks ApplicationBy

Joe Gilly allows retail sales churches and Wilson. Ing Director rrell O'Neal. Anita Rink questioned the of the opinion that theiomng is now be
BCT Staff Writ. schools hospitals and clinics This same variety of uses can be Opposition to the zoning changewas qualifications of the establishmentto correct and that the problem can The
The Starke Zoning Board nursery and child care facilities andnursing authorized under the BP classification voiced by several residents. harbor abused persons asking solved by special exceptions.
considered and convalescent homes, all but only by special exceptions voted to disapprove the zoning
four applications for George Roberts said, "I am opposed "Do you have professional people board will
rezoning of Wilson he needs.
-_ and says granted by the Board of Adjustment. to the change. It has kind of flea there" change. The recommendation
reviewed a
one site plan at its A full time flea market is used to Council for final
exceptions for a variety of to the City
:: regular Special market A registered nurse is working be sent
meeting held at the con- help finance the mission, Valinsklalso
says uses "is not proper action" said Zon- and to have action at a meeting scheduledCfor
: .- ference room at City Hall, Thurs Joe is opposed "It there plans are a .,
.. day. August :31 looks terrible. There used to be nice psychologist Wilson said. September 19, 7:30
_. A site plan was presented by trees there he said." Board Chairman Walt Westcott is Hall.
members of the Board of Directors CHRISTIANITY.
_ for the new First National Bank of ,
Starke. to be located at the corner of
- '"_Orange and Madison Streets. You CAN ADOPTIONOF
-;".: .The site plan shows two drive way MAybE NOTICE OF TENTATIVE ,
entrances to the bank one from
Madison Street near the west side of GET WitItSOMETItING
r Jhe property, and one from Orange by COUNTY BUDGETFor
=sJSlrert\ also set back from the in-
= rtcrsection with Madison to avoid LESS.
-; .::::ngestion at that point Bradford County 1989-90 .
:; rr=l'he bank building will be a two ,
-fcloried structure, with some 8,000 -
square feet of space on the 32,000 THE BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
square foot lot size.
Set back distances are all in excess before
of requirements, and planned COMMISSIONERS will hold a public hearing
are more than adequate ,
( including parking for the ban- adopting a TENTATIVE BUDGET for the 198 -90
( apped

pond A storm is already water constructed runoff retention south of ,\t'JI! County Budget Year. All concerned citizens' are
the adjacent shopping center and

was vat ant planned lot accomodate the now invited to attend this meeting. The meeting will

Tuesday night, September 5, the '*** 945N.
be held at the Bradford County
i i'ity Council approved the site plan
as recommended by the city zoning ChickEN
board patterns! with off a reservation Orange that Street traffic be MAybE A Temple Avenue, Starke, FL CommissionersRoom

studied and improved to avoid an hAS '
How of traffic through the Lips. #129 on Thursday, September 7, 1989 at;
barking lot in front of Little Cesar's
'I/.I. Kclli\ agreed/ to work with the city First Christian Church 7:30 P.M.
engineer to alleviate any problem
507W. Call St. may arise there.
Bible School 9:45 Worship 10:45 am WILBUR WATER, RAY NORMAN ESTHER B. ELLERSON

Bt'LOningIaUt'rs.: ... 'The Friendliest Little Church in Town" Chairman of Board Clerk of Courts County Finance DIr.
Attorney 1 Reggie Flynn has applied
for a zoning change from RI-
10 HP for property just west of his .
present ollice on Georgia Street.
After learning that only his
Klynn'si J property will be alfected EiwSTAR
1)the rezoning, and no changes are
being made in the streets several
persons from the neighborhood in at-
(tc'iidcnce made no protest. The request
was approved by the board.
Donald and Peggy Nettles applied !
lor rezoning for three lots on rCorth Fall C ?

Thompson Street to change from r _
HI-D to KM-1. The KM-1 classification
will allow conventional housing Savings
homes construction as well as mobile

The board approved the requestfor
change saying the KM-t
falsification will encourage
replacement of homes in the area
,. with standard housing rather than Now Thru Sat.
mobile homes SVQ R Sept.16

St. George's Mission... .
Bi i -hop John Wilson has requested '' l BMCKSDECKER '

ti change in zoning from BP to B-2 40-Watt
(lor property on Water Street, Cordless
SR-iDO South) near South Street Fluorescent
i I : here he has located a mission ag' ; i r "'$,: ,,:;Q'll'witJj

c'.: shelter children for and"battered women mothers wi-th Shopfite Tube ao"t B (J'Hd1fdt;
'' Features durable metal
problems The zoning classification B-2 Cool white lamp lasts up to 6 years. \Hsn? housing for long life and gear extended
:: Ideal for garage, basement or shop. O nose piece for hard-to-reach jobs.

80 Attend #15641 Includes double-ended bit and
L : "

'4' ci'l $1799'8C
Big Event gg l

: In Reno _

Over 80 Starke residents, mostly J .' '
children, crowded into the gym at ,
: the RJE complex in Reno for a day 1 a
: of fun last Saturday.
: Sponsored by the "D.J. Committee = .
; a local Radio Disc Jockey, the
: kids enjoyed a majic show along
: with dance singing and acting contests @) Q

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The event, which is held for the TnoJCitti -
: purpose of bringing the young people SCHLAGE. SERIVI.iTAR. SERVI.iTAR. 4111E: _atavtr;'
: of the community together went so % Variable- Quiet .
: well that it lasted way past deadline, Speed Drill Exterior Lockset Wheelbarrow Wood HouseholdStepladder
Single pole A.C. switch. Grounded
: Lockset has 2V. 2V Universal .
not breaking up Features 4 cu. ft. rolled edge
: The kids were given free balloonsand Features powerful 2.7-amp latch. Unlock with key from seamless steel tray. Hardwood .
popcorn and enjoyed taking partin motor all ball bearing construeoutside.when outer knob is locked ;rown'vory'49: handles wide profile pneumatic Features pail shelf with slot
the contets all to a constant lion button.reversing'..steel lever and and.'/"wood locking by turn button on inner knob. Inner tire. Some assembly required. spacing for tools flush front steps
knob always free. IIFSI NV-60S SERVlSTAR.Receptacle
stream of music. capacity. Includes drill chuck and and high-quality finished rails with
: Sponsors are already planning a chuck key holder. 6404 rounded edges and angle-cut'
Halloween event of the same type bottoms. 200lb.capacity. W356
: and would like to thank Andrews Quick wire guide for rapid looping
Guy -
i Roy Gnffis the City Meat 5499 $1199 ivory without# tools- Brown'39 JW $2 $1999
: Market of Reno, Mrs. Randolph 141.5320
: Elizabeth Walker. Gator Ice Company -
; Charlie Jackson and the City
., of Starke for the help and assistance.
Vocalists Frankie Smith and Paul
Cohen led the crowd through a
spirited rendition of the popular
song "We are the World" as the
day s events ended. L

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nee News... ,
3 Sports Up... .
Registration for youth soccer flag < .

football The last and day tennis to began register August will SERVlSTAR. Fite aKmllrMM. ID Dover i'llULlll E t'(

Sept. 15.Soccer. S'/i" Clamp Light Air SCRVtGTM.15'Drain 7-Outlet Center .
Is for ages 4-7, flag footballfor Efficient spun glass 'filters, with 20-Gal... "
= 8-12 year olds and the tennis pro- with. 6' Cord reinforced metal grid and moisture- AugerDurable 15-amp. 125V grounding outlets Trash Can
resistant frame. For drain cleaning tool with plastic casing. Features
gram is for ages 6-12. 8 metal bell shade with 6'cord. healing or
central features '/,"diameter push-to-reset circuit breaker Galvanized trash can features" ,.
Sign up at the Recreation Office Parallel wire and polarized plug. air conditioning Six sizes. high-tensile
(Old Armory) between 8:30 a.m. to Ideal for shop or garage. 10.K 20"I x 1" 16' I x ""K 1", spring steel wire. which protects against overload. drop side handles and corrugated
1 14"x25"x1p #31761 4'.14/3 gauge cord. #MOC-7C. sides for maximum
34170 I 20'x20"xf
noon and 1-5:30: p.m., Monday I I Standard cover 620
I through Friday. The fee for soccer 16"x 20"x 1" 20" x 25"x 1"
I and football is $10. The tennis program '
i is free.Exercise. $99 $99 99
$6 rt $599 $6

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Morning exercise classes! will
I resume Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Morning classes are from ,
Individual I dnton' may hmil qiiantitigi, Individual, dtl"ltmoynOl slock all dent SERVlSTAR Corporation
9:30-10:30: : a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday Some born may rnluct,ilami ID cash and carry'tam only .
and Friday. There is no changefor

I this program. ..' 'I"j:
Evening exercise classes will SERVISTARWe .
begin Monday. Sept. 11. Evening ". ', ( .
classes are from 6-7 each Monday : \t 1). f..'. 1..I'- ,
Tuesday and Thursday. The cost for. i '" to .: ._.. f !!.
; _
this. class is $10 per month. w,.,' .1 '
All classes will be held at Pratt Can
Street Center until weather becomes' :ir

.cooler. ( J. ACME : 'l:

resume The ceramics Monday Sept.program 11. will HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLY :

Evening classes Monday
are on
from 7-10 p.m and a morning classIs :)
offered each Wednesday from 9 ;r.\. 301 East Call Street STARKE .
a.m. to noon. Classes: are held In the ;
i >ry Rec Dept.. ) .across ",z J r
f "rt "ItJW, I'ikh whool.
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September 7, 19H9 1'U: (;ItAI'Il "I'uKeSA

Tentative Budget Set at $8.4 Million in Starke

Starke commissioners have ten Schaefer Honored... To Sponsor Grant... In other action, the council:
tatively approved an $8.4 million
Veteran Commissioner Commissioners agreed for
Charles City
budget for fiscal 89-90 including a Schaefer was elected mayor for the the city to apply for a $575,000 Com Agreed to pay $7,600 for a jack
three mill tax levy, a 25.523 percent and Bore operation under Edwards
remainder of his term which ends munity Development Block Grant to
increase in property taxes. Oct. 31. improve facades on downtown Road rather than cut through the
No one was present to commentpro which would be
In honor of Commissioner businesses. The request was made pavement more ex-
or con on the budget at the first pensive. Commissioners Vernon
by Glenda Epps of the
Schaefer who is completing 16 chairperson
of hear. years
public Silcox asked Utilities Director Bill
ings heyday night,Sept.5.The on the council, Mayor Bobby Biggs the Downtown Chamber Progress of Commerce.Committee of Weldon, "Is this the way it oughta be
second public hearing on the budgetis agreed to give up the chairmanship Should Starke be awarded the done?" Yes, Weldon Indicated, and
set for Tuesday,Sept.19,a regular to the retiring Schaefer. grant funds,low interest loans would the council voted for it.
council meeting which starts at 7:30 be made to businesses to improvethe 1 1r
p.m. in city hall outside of their fronts Ms. Epps Agreed to purchase a 5,000 watt
The increase in property tax,from says. portable generator costing $1,250 to
2.39 to 3 mills will raise $43,920 in New Flags... be used at the water plant. Utility
new revenue for the General Director Bill Weldon is nervous
Government side of the budget. The New U.S. and Florida Hags adorn about having a hurricane and no
entire three mills will raise$216'000. the corners of city hall behind thecommissioners' New Power Record... auxiliary power at the water plant.
The millage is still far short ol'thel0mill podium.
cap.Commissioners. Clerk Neil Tucker said he's been Consumption of electricity set a Discussed getting out of the gar-
new record for the second
looking for flags and that Utility con- bage pickup business.It's something
secutive month Utilities DirectorBill
Supervisor Bill Weldon came up the look at this said
city might ,
Weldon informed the council. year Cable TV Subscribers
usually set the with them in a catalog. council dean Vernon Silcox. No ac-
millage at the rollback rate,the rate The new all-time record in electric
tion taken however.
which brings in the same amount of consumption is 6,249,500 kilowatt Watch TV without
tax dollars as the previous year.The hours (KWH) used in August. This Pay paying.
exceeded the former July record by Agreed to sell at bid the following
change in practice was because the
surplus items: a old Massey-
Inter-Local Pact... 168,300.In very
General Fund was $400,000 In the Try Cinemax FREE 8-9.
addition a high peak demandof Ferguson tractor, a wrecked 1986 September
red, and funds had to be found Starke commissioners were sub-
balance it. mitted collies of Commissioner an interlocal agree-Max- of August.12,200 KW was set on the last day Crown Waukesha Victoria Ford diesel police 150 car,KW anda Try HBO FREE September 10-11.

The council originally cut some ie ment Carter by County Jr. which will allow ,the be generator opened,at skid 10 a.m.mounted.Tuesday Bids,Oct.will 3. Just turn on yourTVAnd sec hit filmscon-
$200,000 out of the General Fund county to collect from within the city certs and more!There's no installation. No risk

then subsequently passed a sewer all the funds from the special New Garbage Truck... -Was told by Bill Weldon that a No cost! ,,
service charge Increase to raise assessments passed by the county small city on the west coast has
$70,000 and increased the property commission, a $70 assessment on If the city is going to stay in the ordered Christmas decoration "just Cinemax starts you off Friday and Saturdaywith
tax to raise some$100,000.Clerk NeilTucker Jail and $30 on emergency medical garbage pickup business, a new like Starke's." hit films like A Fish Called Wanda, Them
$60 000 garbage truck is needed saidUtilities
then cut another $100,000. service. Director Bill Weldon in Dead Pool and Beetle,Trice.
Usually enough dollars can be Bradford County commissionershave making the non-budgeted request.The Agreed to sign a 2-year Then rock'n'roll I as The ""CrocodiU"Dun
transferred from the utility side of assessed the$100 per householdand memorandum of agreement with the
council the
approved pur- Neville Brothers"Tell It Like It Is" Cinemax
need the city to sign the in- on
the budget, from the sales of elec- chase. Clerk Neil Tucker said it will Division of Historic Resources on
tricity, gas, and water, to balance terlocal agreement so the money be partially paid with the increase in the Rosenberg Building on East Call Sessions!
the general side of the city budget. will go to the county. Both the jail sewer service charges and partially Street. It gives two years from the Sunday and Monday;turn to H BO for Riij Die
But a warm 1988-89 winter cut profits and emergency medical service are through a revolving loan with the date of signing for a use to be found ; Hard and"Crocodile"Dundee II. Plus family fare.
from the utility side of the used by the city. Florida National Bank. for the building,said Attorney Darla
budget,and the amount which could No decision was made Tuesday Weldon said the new truck will Christopher of the office of City Attorney APIshtaltdwanda IikejMHENSONSGHOST
be transferred under bond restric- night by the city commissioners. 1976 Ford which blew an Terence Brown. The action OF FAFFNER o "
tions was cut to 400000. Mayor Schaefer said he'd have the engine replace on a the way back from the was approved months ago by the HALL"and originals\like\ Diana Ross"1J rki,,' +
The lower utility transfers made city attorney look over the agreement landfill. The '76 Ford will be the agreement had Overtime"on HBO n rld Stage. So tune in! And tI.4'%
necessary other means of balancingthe with a vote set for the Sept. 19 when the never been signed, said Atty.
relegated to spare duty fora limited time,get a money-saving deal on +t
General Fund.Election.. meeting.will said. .
new truck arrives he Christopher.Linda
installation of HBO and Cinemax.Order now'!* DUHord

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be a race in the Reno area the term held by Neil Tucker, who Wise a 19-year veteran of SuHIOIRU.nCabl.Chann.131 cinemax.
Bowen who resigned the position. (District 2) for the city commission did not qualify because of retirement the clerk's office, is the city clerk - -
Epps faced Lt.John Hodges in the seat mandated by the courts earlier plans. nominee by virtue of having no op- rwymhni.OI@rwaJ.Ne-J.. iTCrtjrVuodnwhrliinctfiailKilmilp'nKK4llrr.itjMHl4nlitMHti).r rsewHay 'uKmawMrnhen' SUnJanl:mrnnblflutysi\\anuc\Inrp.apds: : :: : : :;;I ; : :: \srru.charp: A., ;|.nn" >Lpl.,W I
February vote, and again has him this ( mitlKM4iljNcinalljftjii 1 -.... ... ,
year. The Clerk's office sent remindersto position. iuinuktmiccnM> HHCyt nuinnilic uhMiltiUtllorjm U/hU premium*'' 1.' Olurrcji
for an opponent in next Tuesday's, The clerk's will be Veteran District 4 Comissioner ,+IKa u""u"dK f V K"n\v.rcJ KrhralJr.. OihirrcMrkli city position all voters that City Hall will be the ; ..... .'
Sept.12 city election. filled by Linda Wise, since she did only place to vote in the city election Vernon Silcox was also returned to) The chief of police position is the not draw opposition. That seat Tuesday, Sept. 12, hours 7 a.m. to 7 office without opposition for ad 10th[_
only city-wide race. However, there became vacant upon expiration of p.m.5lappy. two-year term. .

Epps.e-p.6e lAment \ 9th VSirtfutay
ran i a store in Theresa*and NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARINGTHE
sold Insurance. In 1985 he went to Sfietty
work for Terwillegar Motors,

a salesman.Epps is married to the former -. May your wishes all come true .,.

Martha Long and they have two Law school at Harvard, white
children Shawna, a BHS graduateand Porsches, your OWN room!...
SFCC college student,and Shoe
"I voters to tool!
Epps said am asking
I Love, Mol & Dad; Candy,
support niJ bid fbnWUbrfto Wdef J .
I f : l1.= Carey, Dcnni i, Mike, Darlene, U. 813l.AFTE REGULAR COUNCIL

IW"Tt::. Frank & Crifcy,,;BilH 't : ; ,
unfilled each promise.





people connectGRANDMA .,

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':\//Starlet,dumps: rotary'.

1 (phorie.New laves

f I\. TOUCH-CAO.[ 1 ..

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gives up F A ,% dtT'! CHr, ,

rotary phoneforTOUCHCALL.

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Faster dialing r r VOTE 'THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE"

helps win

call-in contest
promised to be tough on drugs. I have personally ]lead several] drug raids resulting In

ssr many arrest and convictions. We have been effective, but we will do more and more.


I promised to return to school. I did and completed 557 hours giving me a total of 1057
I hours of Police training. I am also a member of the Florida Police Chiefs Association.' I

Says RC. owner: am Certified. Qualified, and more than Willing to serve as your Chief of Police.

"I can't connect I have supported the Crime Watch Program and I meet weekly with groups helping to

; a a form a strong deterent against crime. -
without it'!
; '
t/ I promised to solve more crime. When I came to Office Feb. 7. 1989 (not quite 7 months),

the crime solvability rate was 23.8%. As of July we had attained a 76% solvability rate.

Leadership, Co-operation Citizen's Assistance, and Training pays off In crimes solved.I .

I sponsored a Boy Scout Explorers' Group and I will be very active with them.I .

,For only pennies have supported all local efforts by'the' numerous civic groups; the Fair Association.
Downtown Business Groups..Shrlners' Day parade etc. .

, ., a day, sign ,upforT000H I : I have supported opening week of the year.and will work with the schools In

f :'v '. -CALL any way I can. ,,

,service fromCENTEL I sent Officer Perry to the D.A.R.E'Progr'am. ((80 hours))'to teach drug prevention.. We will

be working with the 5th and 6th graders.,,' -

':: I believe that the Police Department should be for the people and by the people and I will

i i':,"' "I. continually work toward the goal of protecting and serving the Community. I have been
.t ,.w ,.1 l 'an active working Chief of Po .J ,


c......1919 Thank you very much." .,I look forward"'to seeing you:at City Hall on Tuesday September
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\, ..' C. -':' Illegal Fill Being Removed at Santa Fe Pass I M

.."" After 12-Year Battle with DevelopersA
w lt IN NL z- s j -

12-year battle over illegal fill statements by Clay Electric Gator Cove; area of the pass, and charging
dumped in a wetlands area at Santa Fe employees, who say there was no the developers with filling beyond a
Pass on the Alachua County side of San previous existing road in that location. jurisdictional line set by COE and
ta Fe Lake is apparently being settled. The Department of Natural# previously agreed to by SF Pass, Inc.

After more than a decade of litiga- Resources hasgranted.the developers Bob Holton, Alachua
tion, appeals, stop orders, and cease to request the Governor to present and the the boat Cabinetbeforea ramp Issue County In May Code 1979 Enforcement, Director,
and desist warnings by the U.S. Corpsof
acknowledged parts
final decision on removing that portion illegally
Engineers, work finally began last filled
had been
of the fill is made. If approved by lakefront
week on clearing underbrush from the Cabinet, the developers could be without permit, but still the Alachua
wetland areas in preparation for action.In .
**-* issued an "after-the-fact" permit, commissioners took no
removal of fill dirt illegally placed by
\ the fill 1979 the developers
allowing to remain. December
srM ViUA Santa Fe Pass, Inc., in 1978.
LaCoe maintains that the boat ramp is again violated the COE jurisdictionalline
Current timetable for removal of the needed for use by property owners who by dumping sand along the cypress
%sX fill, as outlined to the developers by have built, or will build, on 72 uplandlots tree fringe of the lake in an effort to
% \ % John Schert, director of Alachua Coun at the Pass.Lake. establish two swimming beaches. In
ty's of Environmental Ser-
tpP April, 1980, the COE issued a second
vices, isAugust: .
SrJ cease and desist order.In
: 28: Underbrushing with
bushhog to commence by Joe Ross to June 1980 Alachua Commissionersvoted
allow for staking and delineation of fill unanimously to ban developmentof
areas. No jurisdictional tree removal at Dwellers acreage in areas of the county that
Zg' this time. (This work started last are prone to flood at least once every
week). Win AnotherEnvironmental 100 years.There .
September 4: Ralph Eng of Eng & ensued six years of delaying
Denman,engineers,shall begin survey- action by SF Pass, Inc., brought on
V'S ing the site to stake areas to be reclaimed. largely by failure to comply with the
This operation will be completed by VictoryThe county's zoning ordinance requiring
Sept. 15, 1989. developers to submit final
September 15: Fill removal to begin five acres in Area C of the PUD, which
by this date and be completed by Sept. included the building of a clubhousewith

30, 1989. restaurant and bar, a boat storage
October 7: Replanting of the facility, a marina, two tennis courts,
reclamation area is to be completed by
and 100 dwelling units that would be
prolonged and often frustrating
this date. Revegetation will as
begin sold to individual purchasers and then
of red the
tangle tape surrounding
: & soon as planting can occur following fill started in 1977 when made available to a rental pool when
'r \ development July
/ 't :::::. Uc i srff. removal to the original grade. the Alachua County Commission approved not in use by the individual purchaser.All .
of this construction would be within
Besides removal of the fill from 1.3 a PUD (Planned Unit Develop-
\ 'K&1 h acres of wetland on "sovereign lands"of ment) presented by a group of the hundred-year flood plain.In .
the state,under the jurisdiction of the Gainesville businessmen on a 110 acre
l&lf, \ SANTA FE LAKE nitsetlToRiALS Department of Natural Resources, the tract, much of it in wetlands, on a pointof May 1986 Santa Fe Pass Inc.,
''4 V QI Pass developers are mandated to lakefront property at the neck of brought suit against Alachua County,
additional water separating Santa Fe Lake and challenging the legality of its ordinance. -
restore wetlands by remov-
Little Santa Fe Lake. On May 5,1987, Circuit Judge
ing fill and replanting 2,126 individual
In 1978, the developers William B.
Mickle entered a judgment
plants of specified species, restoring Watson III Norman LaCoe, Michael Stephan
in favor of the County on aU ten counts
fish and game habitat destroyed by the Adams andJos. A Wattleworth,illegally -
I I fill. Replanting is scheduled for comple- filled wetland areas of their property brought by SF Pass.

tion by October 7. without obtaining permits from the In January, 1989 Alachua County'sEnvironmental

Still unsettled is the status of a road, county or the state. Services office directed
120 ft. long by 20 ft. wide,which extends In November; 1978 the illegal fill was full restoration of the disputed
into the lake to form a boat ramp. A discovered during an inspection of the wetlands. In the meanwhile, the DNR
cease and desist order issued by the area by the U.S. Army Corps of weakened its position on the road and
Corps of Engineers on March 13, 1979, Engineers. The COE report chargedthat boat ramp, allowing the developers to
stated that "130 cubic yards of fill have 5.018 cubic yards of fill had been apply for an after-the-fact permit for
been placed in waters of the U.S. at San- placed in the 100-year flood plain of the work done there. This issue remains to
ta Fe Lake" by developers in building a property.The be settled at a hearing before the State
combination roadway and boat ramp Cabinet. The after-the-fact permit will
violation the
without obtaining necessary state, Alachua was reported to be opposed by Santa Fe Lake Dwellers
county, and federal permits. County Commissioners by who argue that allowing the fill to remain
Harold Hill, president of the SF Lake in place on the boat ramp wouldbe
An All-Out War
on Drugs Through their attorney, Norm LaCoeof Dwellers Assn., but the Commission in effect, rewarding the developersfor
Gainesville SF Pass developersclaim failed to take any action at that time! violating the county s ordinance and
the road, which follows an old although the fill was in violation of DNR regulations.In .
Needs More Than Bush Plan OffersSpeaking Clay Electric easement, was already in county ordinances.In .
existence before they added the fill. March of 1979, the Corps of the meanwhile, work will continueon
This claim is disputed by Santa Fe Lake Engineers issued a cease and to the nation Tuesday nightin a matter for debate. He failed to touchon Dwellers Assn. and supporting! order requiring: cessation of fill in the habitat on wetlands at the Pass.

his first formal, nationallytelevisedaddress the financial aspects of his plan, still

President Bush sought to pick clinging to his campaign promise of '

up on his anti-drug campaign pledge: (read my lipsNo New Taxes! f,, Letters to the Editor

"Take my word for itthis scourge will Mayor Tom Bradley of Los Angeles .
end." believes the size of the proposed Bush

program is inadequate. 'I think that $8 ....;, Congratulations
The address could not have come at a billion is simply not going to do it," he .
.....,, WeIkone!
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nation is
when the
more timely point fears that the
says, expressing money .
Reader Sends
becoming fed up with the underfundedand would have to come from cutting back In Defense of Prayer'to God Open/. IJr}'l 1J'Dear a S R,' m,;a;_, raph Stall,rM +"t. .
so-far inadequate "war on drugs". other domestic programs vital to the Hunting Clubs God: : {1.Ji8 ve-just finished reading the 110th
cities such Dear Editor: If ever a large of sick and Anniversary Issue of The Telegraph.
History tells us that the President is as housing. group You all did fantastic
In response to the recent letters to the elderly people needed your help, it is a job, and I'm sure
treading a well-worn path already trod Senator Joe Biden was critical also, editor pertaining to hunting club nowl! it brought back memories for every
by Presidents as far back as Richard saying the Bush plan was not nearly I would like to property reader, as it did for me.
give our point of Once again we have to ask you not to
Nixon who launched an aggressive law enough, especially in the field of treat- view. lighten burdens, but to strengthen our I have been away from Starke and

enforcement attack on drugs in the daysof ment for cocaine and crack addicts. Although some of you can complain overworked shoulders, legs and half- grew Bradford there County and for a long time, but I

Vietnam War protesters, when "Turnon Biden said at the present time only 10 about us not allowing public access to empty stomachs to carry the weight of from Bradford up High graduated School with in Ann 1961

tune in, drop out" were slogans of out of 100 users can receive treatment our club, :you can thank those who have jail the I price of our new Bradford County and John Miller. I will be remembered
the "lost generation". because of lack of facilities. abused thiS privilege for the rest of you there as Ozell Parramore.
denied. Lord I'm know
being You do not know of the sure you my mom. After
But Nixon wasn't the first. Surprising- From fiscal 1981 through 1989, the endless roads we have graded, the She was born 80 years ago in a log cabin Starke/Bradford graduating, I worked for the
,, federal government spent $16.5 billion dozens of food plots we have replantedand here in Bradford County and has lived County Chamber of
ly. perhaps, we are told that cocaine the countless fences we have here all of her life. You know neither of Commerce a while, and during that
and heroin were outlawed by the Har- for law enforcement, $2.4 billion fordrus. repaired. us has ever bought nor drank a beer in time the Holiday Inn took a look at

rison Narcotics Act in 1914, and old .! abuse prevention and $2.4 I billion; Also accountable are aU those who our lives. Forgive me, please, if I'm Starke and began making plans to
for treatment. Meanwhile locate there.
cocaine is I like to think
that I
wrong, but I don't like our officers in- was at
issues of The datin back to have ever filed a lawsuit for
Telegraph, pouring over the nation's borders, and hurt getting sinuating that we have I least a spoke in the wheel that started
1879 advertised for the 'OPIUM on someone else's property, the trend of
cures other
domestic 25 Couldn't chains locating in
growers are producing per- because this is why non-members they double fines for those
HABIT at lowest prices". Marijuanawas are who manufacture, deal Starke. My term served as Secretary at
cent of the nation's marijuana supply.In not allowed on our property.As and use the JV?
outlawed as far back as 1937. And drugs and abuse the alcohol, and use the Chamber was a very important part
a strong appeal to the people of the for the statement regarding the that extra to build the jailin- of my life. .
now, high government officials hint at United States last week, Presider. 'ar- club amount is used of time the land fi used! our stead of turning money it around and make us Congratulations to Mr. Matthews for
the possibility of U.S. troops assistingthe year-around.The deer feed his efforts
co of Colombia accused cocaine 'rs and few pay insurance to be protected toward the restoration of
tight on drug lords in South Americaif everywhere of creating "the largest September grow through all year- not just from against this group? This way they Call Street. This has brought about the
the Colombian January. Having a might not need a bigger jail. to balance that makes Starke
government so re- decent place to hunt takes lot Help us a near-
of hard
most vicious enterprise the world has a understand perfect small town
work. The why it's always our group in the opinion of one
quests. upkeep for food plots roads
ever known. and fences is who have to carry the burdens of the whose heart Is still at home there.
to the law of a never-ending job. And price or leave our house,which we have Although I have been away for
Advance leaks on Mr. Bush's speech According supply and de- although some of you do not approve of many
had mand without the demand there wouldbe the sport we have chosen it is worked so hard for. Although the ma- y.f.1"8 and am accustomed to the
predicted he would outline a $7.8 as jority of our houses may be substan- 'city", I still consider Starke home
American my
billion program of stiffer penalties for no market for the supply. Therefore, as applie pie! dard, we cannot pay rent on our fixed town and miss the"really friendly little
narcotics users, more treatment for ad- American users are indeed responsiblefor Also, regarding the remark about (low) incomes. town" atmosphere.

dicts, and more aid to Latin American cocaine imports into this country.If buggies"public roads and armed being men lined and with boys"hunting, I Please don't forget our younger people Again issue, congratulations! The anniver-

nations for fighting what has become an we accept this premise and admit would like to comment that it is against who are paying on their homes now sary was super.Patricia
all-out war. The first thing Mr. Bush the law to hunt off public roads. when they go to the store to buy the thirty O.Johnson
responsibility for creating demand for
dollar\ 2960 Strickland
do to fifty school shoes. A child St.:
Although we have to catch
needed to do to reassure the American the drug, then we must also share the public roads at times, some our of us dogson are would not be allowed\ to go on campus Jacksonville,FL 32205
people that "this scourge will end" was responsibility for aiding Colombia in not men and boys, some of us are barefoot like a lot of us had to dot!

to reveal the sources from which the getting rid of this "scourge", as President women! We will not forget to give thanks if

necessary billions are coming. Whether Bush has promised, no matter Melanie Evans there is anything you can do for us.
he did this successfully Tuesday night is what the cost! Big Buck Hunting Club Member Lola Williamson

I Good Guys Sometimes Win

Forestry. Bradford CountyPrescribed

"Persistence pays off."

If Franklin didn't it he Finally, they got some response from downer conducts his prescribed burn.
Benjamin say the U.S. Corps of Engineers who BurningWith Charges for this service are $27.50 per
should have. Once more David has established a jurisdictional line at the all the hot, muggy weather we hour for tractor time plus $8 per hour
taken on Goliath and won, and Daniel Pass backed by a cease and desist have been having, winter seems far for Ranger assistance. The minimum
has emerged intact from the lions' den! up away. I wanted to remind our forest. charge is $25.Contract .
further without
order to filling
Twelve years ago a group of Santa Fe prevent landowners it Is time to start planning prescribed burning is also
Lake environmental activists got windof permits. This was again ignored. for their prescribed burning and the available. This involves a contract

illegal filling-in of a wetlands area at Alachua County finally passed an or- irelines that will be needed. agreement between the landowner and

Santa Fe Pass on the Alachua County dinance banning any fill in the 100 year Firelines are needed for two reasons. the Division where the Division would

side of the lake, preparatory to the flood plain in Alachua County. This One is to contain a prescribed fire on downer burn forest with or forest rangeland for the lan- !

development of a large recreational and brought on a lengthy lawsuit by the the landowner's property. The other protection in mind. The improvement contract burn-or CONSTITUTIONWEEI

boating complex that most Lake developers, followed by appeals and reason is for protection- keep ing rates are $S per acre for the first 50' "
Dwellers found objectionable. Since the delayed action over a six-year period. wildfire. Wildfires from can coming start onto from your a number property. of- acres and $3.50 per acre above the first $%

fill dirt had been placed in the area But the offending fill dirt was still not causes, such as lightning, electric 50 acres. In addition, $27.50 per hour is

without obtaining necessary permits, removed. fences,downed power lines,car wrecks charged minimum for charge firelines of$15.needed with a Become Involved in an

the Lake Dwellers went to work. Finally, the Alachua County Code En- on the highway, human carelessness, American Legacy;
etc. and Euro onto land- Prescribed burning is used to reduce
At first, their voices were like "cryingin forcement Board got into the act and loss of property, timber your and possibly dangerous accumulations of fuels in a The Annual Celebration

the wilderness" with little responseand ordered the developers to start remov- stand of trees, but other benefits come of the United States Constitution

no action on their complaints from ing the fill and restoring the area by life.The Division of Forestry offers three from regular burning. Proper burningwill "THE ,
state agencies and the Alachua County replanting it with thousands of plants in low-cost services to landowners to increase forage for wildlife or cattle WORDS

Commission. Had they known that they order to provide suitable habitat for fish reduce the hazards of wildfire.The first regeneration,' prepare of a pine seedbed, control for disease natural of WELTVEBY"

were facing twelve long years of and other wildlife. is firellne plowing. The landowner pine and open the understory for easier
frustration and legal red tape even the designates the area around which he access. Prescribed fire also improvesthe For more Information '
The Santa Fe Lake Dwellers, led by wants firellnes established and the contact:
determined Lake Dwellers might have Harold Hill, had won another fight to Forest Ranger will establish them. The appearance of the stand by making CONSTITUTION WEEK
it more park-like. All of these benefits
thrown in the sponge at that point. But preserve the environment of our Lake charge is$27.50 per hour for equipment increase the value of your timber and Commission on the Bicentennialof i
they persisted, as they did in their suc- Region.It operation with a minimum charge of your property.For the United Slates Constitution
cessful effort to Santa Fe '15..
prevent to show that "good those Interested in ob- 808 Seventeenth Street
guys"don't N.W.
just goes : persons ,
Under the burning
from drained its prescribed
Swamp being so peat
taining assistance from the Division of
in last. It takea
always come might Washington; D.C. 20006
assistance Ranger personnel
deposits could be dried and used for fuel program .
Forestry, contact my office at 964-4280,
while but sometimes they winl!, and the in the
equipment are on scene 202-USA-1787,
by a large corporation. ext. 219, or the Forest Area Supervisorat
event the fire escapes while the lan 496-3311.

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PHOTOGRAPHY ,'Weddlngy.. :Engagements Weddings. ..
By Cathy Wooley Anniversaries' Parties>F

964-6066 Call/or Free Consultation Thornton-Alvarez To Wed Sept. 15 Sociat -Meetings -.

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke announce the approaching mar-
riage of their daughter Stephanie, to Greg Alvarez, son of Rev. & Mrs. 'NJedd ings :
Roman Alvarez of Starke.
The wedding will be September\ 15 at 7:30 p.m. and will be held at Pine
Engagements _
SAMPLE BALLOT FOR Level Baptist Church in Starke. A reception will follow immediately in the
fellowship hall of the church.All -r.BittflS.
friends and family are invited to attend.
DISTRICT #2 Items Announcements

Elaine Wainwright, Harold Steinmeyer To Wed .

Mr.&Mrs.James Wainwright of Lawtey announce the engagement of :
OFFICIAL BALLOT their daughter, Elaine, to Harold Steinmeyer, son of Mrs.Evelyn Sineathof 7:
Jacksonville and the late John Steinmeyer.The Donna Thornton Honored with PartiesOn
wedding will be held this Saturday, Sept. 9 at 4 p.m. at the Grace -
FIRST PRIMARY United Methodist Church of Lawtey. A reception following the ceremonywill Thursday evening,Aug.24,a delightful kitchen shower was held for ...
be held at Lawtey Correctional Training Building. Miss Donna Thornton at the Crosby Lake home of Mrs.Warren Stevenson.
Miss Thornton and her mother,Mrs.Donald Thornton,welcomed guestsas
ELECTION DISTRICT 2 All friends and relatives are invited to
they arrived. Mrs.Bill McRae invited guests into the living area.
Mrs.Warren Stevenson passed out cards and asked each guest to write a .
STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Sweat-Creighton To Wed October 21 recipt or a special message to Miss Thornton to remember this occasion. ;
SEPTEMBER 12 1989 Wedding bells will ring on October 21 for Joy Lynn Sweat and John Paul There was much excitement as Miss Thornton opened the many
Creighton beautiful and useful gifts.A deluxe electric pancake griddle was presentedto
The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Sweat of the bride-to-be by the hostesses.
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the Gainesville and is a Bradford High School graduate.The Following opening of the gifts,guests enjoyed a luscious array of finger-
RIGHT of groom-to-be is the son of Mr.&Mrs.Paul J.Creighton of Lawtey andis foods served in the dining room.
ballot mark X In the at the
cross ( ) square of Bradford-Union Vocational School. Entertaining Miss Thornton in such a lovely fashion were Mrs. Mark
the name of the for whom you desire to vote. a graduate Barber, Ms. Phyllis Carver, Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, Ms. Lee Harden-
brook,Ms.Kristy Johns,Mrs.Bill McRae,Mrs.James K.Smith,Mrs.Don
Iloth-Mitzel Engagement Told Thompson and Mrs. Warren Stevenson.

CHIEF OF POLICE Carolyn Louise Roth of High Springs and AI G.Roth of Port St.Lucie,an- *
The Sister's Tea Room in Orange Park was the setting for a beautiful :
nounce the engagement of their daughter, Heidi Louise Roth of High Spr- .
ings, to James Patrick Mitzcl son of Duane and Dorothy Mitzel of Hamp- bridal luncheon for Miss Donna Thornton on Saturday,August 26 at 11:30
VOTE FOR ONE a.m. Ms.Jane Watson greeted guests and invited them into the charming
-, ton.The bride-elect graduated from Ft. Pierce Central High School. The private luncheon room.
groom-to-be graduated from Bradford-Union Area VocationalTechnicalCenter Dainty corsages of miniature white carnations and rosebuds were given
in Starke.A to Miss Thornton and her mother,Mrs. Donald Thornton.
Fall wedding is being planned and will be held at the Florida Field at The luncheon table was set with arrangements of dried flowers placed at
the University of Florida. vantage points down the center of the long table.Mrs.James Smith printed
I I beautiful calligraphy placecards to personalize each place setting.
A delicious luncheon salad plate was served followed by a breath-taking
JOHN HODGESCITY Douglas Family Reunion Sept. 17 bridal dessert specialty.The bride-elect was served a fancy almond-creme
torte beautifully decorated with fresh pink roses. The cake was then cut
The Douglas family reunion will All allied families and friends are and served at the table. It was as delicious as it was beautiful.
be held Sunday, Sept. 17 at Lake invited to attend. As a momento of this lovely affair,Miss Thornton was presented a serv-
COMMISSION Butler Community Center.RegistraFor more information, call Linda ing tray to her chosen china pattern by the hostesses.
tion begins at 10 a.m.: business Cole of Lake City, 755-0163. Honoring Miss Thornton were Mrs.Harold Bishop III. Mrs. Thomas
DISTRICT 2 meeting-at noon, followed by dinnerat --- Blackshear.,Ms. Brenda Farnsworth,
1 p.m. Mrs.Jame K. Smith, and Ms. Jane
Gospel Sing at First y {

VERNON S. BARBER Community ChurchThe &
First Community Church of
Brooker will hold a gospel sing VFW Post 1016
A. J. SIMMONS Saturday, Sept. 9 at 7-30 p.m. To Have BarbecueOn
The featured group is Rushing Air Conditioning !
Winds from Taylor Everyone is Saturday, Sept. 9, VFW Post
welcome.pine ti 1016 will sponsor BBQ chicken din-
ners beginning at 10 a.m.until all the
ServiceService chickens are gone! Donations of $3
per plate will be accepted.The .
post is located Vi mile North of
the Starke city limits.
Our ladies have formed their aux-
and Repair on: Joe Cox, iliary and elected officers. They will
be having their installation serviceson
All Major Appliances Your friendly Sept.21 beginning at 7 p.m.There
will be covered dish dinner
repairman. a and
Air Conditioning anyone interested is invited.
Call him today forElectrical Ladies,if you wish to Join this aux-
Refrigeration iliary,come on out to either of these
I any appliance repair. events and we will gladly discuss
A r lc membership with you. We have
many veterans and their families in
I 1964-7462 I this area who can use our help. If
JOE COX you would like to help these vets,
OWNERFor come on out and join us in our
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Pae'A TELEGRAPH September 1, I'm1.! I Need An Electrician?

Marty & Jessie Starling To Be Call DAN WAINWRIGHT

Honored for 25th Anniversary 36 Yr. Experience All TYPeIl
II 782-1O77 I Electrical Wor*:. r'Reasonably e .3 ee
Pr eeel Work
Rev. &Mrs.Marty Starling,missionaries to Mexico,recently celebratedtheir
25th wedding xxj
anniversary.The mHHHHMiiWHimi; J jr Starlings will be honored at a reception Sunday, Sept. 17 from 5-5 .at
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,, jtrs p.m. at the fellowship hall of Pine Level Baptist Church. All friends and' clothing Prison Ulnhtiy
.t relatives are invited to call between these hours. ...... T Craft CI....* Oo.p.l elnfcW

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Accepting toys & volunteers for

Christmas toy collections

SJC. 24th AT*.. Fonytb: Rd. (004) 064-7100
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First Baptist Church of Lawtey

First Baptist Church of Lawtey Plans ExpansionIn

L..E January of 1989, First Baptist Future plans, according to Pastor 1t' WeiWtI Watchers'best
N Church of Lawtey began the first McNeill, include clearing off the old offer this year!
t phase of their expansion program parsonage property and building a Pay only$9 and join the
to enclose the section between the multi-purpose building center for world's *I weight loss
Church Auditorium and the Educa- church and community,serving aa a the
tional Building, and extend the pre- conference center, church program! thai has '
sent Educational Building another fellowship hall, gymnasium and program '
Mr.&Mrs.Rodney Cayton 20 feet. Estimated cost of the projectwas recreation center. helped millions of I'
about$16,000,with lumber being Also planned in the near future is people tmr millionsof :
donated by two families of the the project of purchasing adjacent pound But hurry this
Rodney Cayton church and labor being done by property, clearing it and thus providing next to nothing!!offer wm't
Married church people. an even larger parking area last very long'Registration !
in July 8 CeremonyMiss After beginning the project, the at an estimated cost of about$40,000. Fee. . 117 ;
church has grown and they now see at the present rate of growth, the Weekly Meeting! Fee. $8 '
Sylvia Lynn Thornton, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thornton of the need to expand their parking lot church will need this in 1990. TOTAL. . . $25
Starke, and Rodney Michael Cayton, son of Mr. & Mrs. Donald Cayton of to accommodate additional cars. To Since January 1989, the church You Pay . . J9
Starke, were married July 8 at the Sampson City Church of God. finis the ongoing project and started a Junior Church Service
Rev.Gene Bass performed the ceremony,amid Greenery arrangementsand the parking lot expansion it is each Sunday morning during the YOU SAVE. $16!
candelabras in the shape of hearts. Nuptial music was provided by estimated that an additional amountof morning worship hour with children ..
Barbara Smith and Paula & Marty Rhoden. about $12,000 Is needed. who are 2 through 11 yean of age.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. When the first phase is completed, with Kristi McNeill as teacher. The
Tracy Waters served as maid of honor, wearing a royal blue satin tea. plans are to remodel the present Young ladies and teens of the church
length gown, accented by a headdress of royal blue ribbons and flowers. auditorium, eliminating an office assist her in the service each week.
She carried white and blue silk roses and carnations. and nursery. This will give an addi- Attendance for this Junior Church STARKEThe
Bridal attendants were Brenda McCleod, Kerri Snider and Lisa Thorn- tional seating capacity of about 50 Service runs between 20 to 40 each First Presbyterian Church
ton, who were all attired identically to the maid of honor. persons. Pastor Grayson McNeill! Sunday. 921 East Call Street
Linzy Wynn served as flower girl, with Brian Plemons being ring- will have a new office in the enclosed Missionary goal for 1989 Is to double Mondays,7pm
bearer.A. section of the new addition; the the missionary service, going
D. Thomas was best man and ushers were Richard Griffis, Glen assistant pastor will also have a new from four to eight missionaries.Two TOIJ.FRFE.
Thornton and Michael Baker. office.A new nursery will be provided have been added this year. 18008744170Call
The bride wore a white satin gown, featuring pearls and lace,ending in a for infants. In remodeling the First Baptist Church of Lawtey
three-foot train. She carried a bridal bouquet of silk royal blue and white church auditorium, plans are to cordially invites everyone to come
roses, with hanging pearls. enlarge the choir loft to accom- visit them each Sunday and to see
Her headpiece was made of pearls and lace. modate 35 choirmembers, instead of the advancement of this community. now alXut The At Work' Weight Loss Program.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church reception the present 25.New carpet will be In- oriented establishment. Rev. ---trr..s-.-...--s-_--..-.....--.---.-..
hall which was decorated with balloons and white lace tablecloths. stalled and pews will be padded in Grayson McNeill pastor. wrr.wr.r> wwYw..ur.-.a.rrr.MM _..__..__.MOMt MIKMm MlfJWUOttL WCMMIMlimrCttWWTlmMGMIi.MC
Beth Gleason Magyar! greeted guests at the door. Marty Rhoden cut and this project, completing l phase 3.
served the cake. Attending the bride's book were Rhonda Marr-:d Tracy "
The newlyweds now reside in Raiford.
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.e seu ce/ Florida National add up pretty quickly.
Meat i
...Charles Bret StricklandMr.

& Mrs. Charles W. Stricklandof x4
Starke announce the birth of a r-
son, Charles Bret, born August 5 in
Gainesville. He joins 6 year old
brother Joey.Maternal .
grandparents are Mr. & DOWN-HOME
Mrs. C.R. Hutcheson of Starke.
Great-grandmothers are Ms. Grace '
Beal and Ms. Edith Hutcheson both
of Starke. COUNTRY
Paternal grandparents are You don't pay closing costs.
George W.Strickland of Gainesville.
Great-grandmother is Ms.
Rosemary Jewell of Gainesville. PLATTER

...Griffin Thomas
RegisterMr. With
our I
& Mrs. Steve Register of breadedfish.Countryrecipe
Starke announce the birth of a son, cornmeal .
Griffin Thomas, born Aug. 26 in
Alachua General Hospital. He joins
5Vt yr. old Jaime Lyn and 2-yr-old
Christopher.Maternal .
grandparents are Mr. & ,
Mrs. James Locke of Starke, and You don't attorney's or appraisal fees either. ":> .
Mr. & Mrs. Doug Bell of Ponce de pay
Leon, Fl.Paternal. '", .
r grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. L.B. Register Jr. of Starke.

Woman's Club

Meetings September 13__
The Executive Board of the
Woman's Club will meet Wednes-
day, Sept. 13 at 11 a.m. In the '. .
clubhouse. All officers are urged to .

attend.The regular] monthly luncheon cornmeal-breaded fish filets, And because of what you don't pay, there's m"ore" .' .. ; .
meeting of the club will begin the fall garden green beans,fresh to '
spend on home.improvements vacations.
season on Wednesday Sept. 13 in the cole slaw fried okra hush money or ::
clubhouse at 12 noon. ; $
Vicky Goodowns, a contestant in puppies, tartar sauce anda 3 89
the "Jeanie With the Light BrownHair" big onion slice.Captain. ....................................................................,-.........
contest will be presented by .

Music Chairman Mona Canova. : Send the coupon, or call 964-7050 in Starke. :
Miss Goodowns will sing several .
selections that she has chosen for the .
contest. DSe :Name -
Hostesses for this meeting will be ;Address
Saundra Green, Jeannette Kincaid,
Violet Crosby Blanche Otto, :City/State/Zip ,
Mildred Frick and Peggy Thomas. ..
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SERVICE : 310 Hand* :

Starting Sunday Sept. 10 $4.29 S2.29 .: Starke PL 32091 \Uon 1S :

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A.D.. In Bradford County. Orange Park Florida 32067 DELIVERED TO STARKE. FLORIDA.To .
Control 181 Phone: ((904)) 388.0336 be effective on date of bid accep
I ilotice1
4tpd 9/7-28 tance.

11.E 'Ma aMS.a Mid-State Builders Exchange The said city reserves the right to accept
,$ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH 1217 N.W. 16th Avenue or reject any or all bids.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF Gainesville, Florida 32601 Boaid of Bond Trustees

FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Phone: ((904)) 375-0615 City of Starke, Florida
COUNTY Nell L. Tucker

NOTICE OF REGISTER INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF ACTION CIVIL DIVISION Bid security .In the form of a Bid Bond City Clerk By Kathy Prevail

FICTITIOUS NAME BEFORE THE BOARDOF Case No. 89-432-CA executed by the Bidder and a qualified Control 185 THE 'BURBS: Rated PG 101 Min..
surety or a certified or cashier checkon Comedy
Pursuant to Section. 86509. Florida a Delaware Business Trust any national or state bank In the OF Odd, nocturnal neighbors move In
Statute, notice li hereby given thol Ih.undersigned RE: The license to practise of Construction Plaintiff. amount specified In the specificationsmode REGISTER INTENTIONTO next door, and disrupt a man's (Tom
ofGEORGE VI payable to the Bradford County Hanks) stay-at-home vacation.
4 HOLIDAY Stork, FL 32091 -CLARA E. LEE School Board must each bid and behavior spark
Box 1025. Stork., Fl 32091. sole accompany Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Strange noises
CASE NO. a single woman,
owner doing business under the firm : 0108786 as guarantee that the Bidder will not Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theund.r.lgneel. curiosity in the Immediate vicinity,
name o. R.D. MACHINE S FAB.. Rt. 4, The : RB 0017956 Defendant.NOTICE OF SUIT withdraw from the competition after VIRGILA. BERRY D.C.. 864N. and soon two other residents (Bruce
Box I02B Stark., Florida 32091. Intends Regulation Department has filed of Professional TO: CLARA E. LEE if alive or dead her opening the bids, and In the event the Temple Avenue, Storke. Florida Dern and Rick Ducommun) Join
to register told fictitious name under the an Administrative unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will 32091 sole owner doing business under Hanks in his obsession to discover
aforesaid statute. Complaint against you a copy of which within ten (10) days after receivingsame the firm of newcomer
be grantees, creditors, and all other parties name ACCIDENT AND FAMILY what goes on at the s
Dated this 29th day of A.b. may obtained by contacting Attorney execute the contract and furnish CARE CENTER. 864
August; claiming by through under or againsther. Temple house. Wonderful performances,
Roy Shape, 1940 N. Monroe Street the required bond failing which the
1989. In Bradford County. Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091 Intendsto and intelligent humor provide first-
Tallahassee, Florida shall become the
32399-0782 ((904) security of
.- property sold fictitious
8/31 4tpd 9/21 4880062. Whose Residences are unknown. the register name under the rate entertainment for family view-
owner liquidated .
as damages.All
:Control No. 171 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that oetlon aforesaid statute.
an f
.. II no contact has been mode by ouconc.rnlng the bids must be made on the appropriate Doted this 5th day of September 1989 THE
-- ------- ---- ---- to foreclose a mortgage on NAKED GUN: Rated PG-13.8
the above ? forms
by September 21. properly
proposal executed In Bradford County
NOTICE OF 1989 the matter of the Administrative 'following property In Bradford County and plac.d In an envelope and 9/7-28 Min., Comedy
INTENTION will be Florida, to wit: should be marked 4tchg While investigating the attempted
TO REGISTER Complaint presented al-on ensuing to Identify the bid and
FICTITIOUS NAMEPurauanl meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn Section 25. Township S South Range then hall be delivered or mailed to murder of a fellow officer, a detec-
on Informal proceedings. 22 East located In the South V4 of the SE Bradford County School Board. 582 North tive (Leslie Nielsen) uncovers a plotto
1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described as: assassinate the Queen of England,
to Section 865.09. 8/24 3tchg 907IN Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091.
Florida Commence at the point where the The Bradford County School Board NOTICEAPPLICATION and falls in love with the pretty
Statutes, notice Is
undersigned JAMES hereby given that the THE CIRCUIT COURT North ROW line of a county graded road reserves the right to reject any or all FOR REZONING secretary (Priscilla Presley) who is
TROWELl, Rt. 2 which the South of the
( runs along edge A. LEE has made applicationto
bids MAURICE arch-villain
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT waive Informalities, In bid in the employ of the
Box 98, lake Butler FL any
32054 ..oleown.r. SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4)) Intersects the
doing buslnew 4/nder IN AND FOR BRADFORD make the award In port of whole and to the Bradford County Zoning S Planing (Ricardo Montalban). The plot Is
name of CAPITOL the firm COUNTY FLORIDA w..t.rlr.ROW of SR 225: run thence make the award In the best interest of Department for reclassification of theprop.rty unimportant in this all-out, slapstick
CONSTRUCTION. Rt,2. of road to the
Box 88, lake Butler. Florida CASE NO. 69-110-CP((1-4099)) line of the Bradford County School Board. described below from OR to comedy. It's the jokes that count.
where It Intersects the East
to 32054 intends IN RE: The Estate of Award shall be based on the lowest RSF MH: 2.9 acres lying In the North 1/2 Enough of them work to providesome
register said fictitious, SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 for POB. From POB continue
name base bid of the SW 1/4 of Section 35. Township 6
under the aforesaid PETE S. LOBIONDO DeceasedNOTICE proposal combined with alternates. genuine belly-laughs, and if
statute West along ROW BO : run
South 22 E., Bradford County
Doted this 31st day of August A.D. thence North parallel to the East line of Range you like sight-gags, you'll love it.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD South 2.9 acres of 4.8 ac. Parcel
1989 In SE feet thence The PG-13 rating Is questionablehere.
Bradford County. 1/4 of SW 1/4 250 ; run miles
Jim Duncan 04587-0-00800 located two
I East 80 feet Superintendent I would recommend a PG-16 be
83Mlpd92li parallel' ,to ROW ; run
Bradford Southeast of Stork. off Grlffis Loop
administration of the of County Schools
Control No. 170 estate thence South to ROW 250 feet to POB invented Just for this movie t
PETE S. IOBIONDO Deceased File No. Control 183 (C.R.100A) and off northslde of CR S.E.
has been filed against you and you are FOOD OF THE GODS Part Z: RatedR
NOjlcToF INTENTIONTO 89-110-CP ((1.4099)), Is pending In the Circuit required to serve a copy of your written 3tchg 9/7-21 Bth Ave.. to put property In rural 90 Min., HorrorA
residential classification to hove higher
REGISTER Court for Bradford County. Florida defenses If any to it, on the Plaintiff's research scientist is asked to
FICTITIOUS NAME Probate Division the address of which Is density one dwelling per one/half acre.
attorney whose name and address Is: CALL FOR BID find an antidote for a growth hor-
This designated Rural Residential
Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., HARRY M. HOBBS Esquire Sealed bids will be received by the property mone which causes plants, animalsand
Pursuant Section Florida CLUPSM.
to 865.09 Florida 32091. HARRY M. HOBBS P.A.P. Board of Bond Trustees of the City of on to attain terrifyingly
Statutes, notice Is that tho The Bradford County Zoning and Plan people
hereby given The name and address of personal
O. Box 20448 Stark., Florida. In the City Clerk's Office When some
undersigned SHIRLEYALVSTAD Rt. 3, .. and the ning Board conducted a public hearingon large proportions.
representative personalrepresentative's Tampa Florida 33622-0448 at the City Hall In Storke, Florida the
which have eaten
Box Stark. Fl 32091 and HOWARD Tuesday Sapt. 26, 1989 on the above laboratory rats
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attorney are set forth: end file the original with the Clerk of the until 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday Sept. 19. at follows.
listed and will make a hormone escape, mayhem
ALVSTAD Rt. 3, Box 1163 Starke FL below.All application
above styled Court on or before October which time and place all bids receivedwill
32091, |joint owners, doing business Interested are required to recommendation to the Bradford County Paul Coufos is the scientist, with
persons 6, 1989; otherwise a Judgment may be be publicly opened and read aloudon
under the firm name of DAKOTA KNITS file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. entered against you for the relief the following: Commissioners' for their' considerationand Lisa Schrage as his girlfriend.

Route, Box 1163 Starke Florida 32091 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS demanded in the Complaint or Petition. Twelve months supply of fuel oil approximately action at their prescheduled final Special effects vary from fairly goodto
Intends to register said fictitious name NOTICE: ((1)) all claims egoist the estate WITNESS My hand and the seal of said 100.00O to 150.000 gallonsof hearing for this rezoning to be held downright hokey and the acting
under the aforesaid statute. and ((2)) any objection by an Interested Court on August 30 1989. No. 2 Fuel Oil to conform to specification Wednesday October 18, 1989. at 7:30 does likewise. Not prime-time fare
Dated this 31st day of August. A.D. person to whom notice was mailed that HON. RAY NORMAN of American Petroleum Institute. P.M.. In the Commissioners Room of but it beats reruns on TV. Contains

1989 In Bradford County challenges the validity of the will the Clerk Circuit Court Fuel oil must not have higher sulphur Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, profanity, violence and sexual situa

6/314tpd9/21 qualifications of the personal representative By: Tosher Allen content than 1% by mass, the cetane Florida. At this time the Bradford County tions.
Control. No. 169 venue, or jurisdiction of the Deputy Clerk number must be a minimum of 45. All Commission will make the final decisionon CAMERON'S CLOSET: Rated R, 87
-', Court. CantrallB24tchg bid prices must be based on Jacksonville the proposed application after having Min., Horror

NOTICE UNDER All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 9/7-28 terminal price plus freight less contract two public hearings, advertisementand The psychic powers of a young boy
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. allowance. posting. All persons Interested In open the way for a demon to enter
Publication of this Notice has begunon 00020-1 Invoices for fuel will be submitted to this application are hereby given noticeof his life. Hang on to your chair,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the August 24, 1989. BID NO.9.1002-1 the City Clerk on a monthly basis. The time and place for the two public because when this demon comes out

undersigned desiring to engage In ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL SECTION 00020 City of Stark. will, pay the monthly bill hearings required. of the closet, he's not in a good
business under the fictitious name of REPRESENTATIVE: INVITATION TO BID within 2 weeks after the Invoices havebeen Director mood I Scott Curtis is Cameron and
MBG MARKETING at number State Farm JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Sealed bids will be received by the approved by the City Commission.The Zoning ft Planning Cotter Smith is the investigatingthe
Market Highway 301 South in the City Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. .Bradford County School Board. 582 North said Board of Bond Trustees Bradford County disturbances around cop him. Tab

of Storke, Florida intends to register the P.O. Drawer 938 Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 reserves the right to accept or reject any Control 0186 Hunter makes brief asCameron's
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Storks, Florida 32091 until: or all bids. The effective date shall be on 2tchg 9/7-14 a appearance
father. It's better than
Court of Bradford County Florida. ((904)) 964-5700 LClCAL'TIME: 6 P.M. acceptance of the bid. a
Dated at Grand Junction Ml, this 21st PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: DAY OF WEEK: Monday Board of Bond TrusteesOf expected production a Bgradefilm
day of July 1989.MICHIGAN. JOHN ZAYAS' DATE: October 2i,, 1989 and Immediately the City of Storke. FloridaBy and horror lovers will find it
BLUEBERRY GROWERS 2850 Clef fin thereafter publicly opened read Nell L. Tucker entertaining. Contains violence and

ASSOCIATIONJohn Bronx NY 10468-2222 aloud and recorded In the Conference City Clerk nudity.
E. Shelford. President 8/24 4tchg 9/14 Room of the School Board Building for Control 184

8/24 4tpd 9/14 _. ---- -. ..- ---- the following: 2tchg 9/7-14
RE: Southslde Elementary School USDA Commodity Distribution Dates Set
STARKE Addition and RemodelingBID CALL FOR BIDS
REGISTER NUMBER *1002-1 Sealed bids will be received by the Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the following dates

CHURCH OF GOD FICTITIOUS NAME Specifications and/or bid forms may Board of Bond Trustees of the City of for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and in-
MtRuriuant to Section 865.09. Florida be examined at the Bradford County' Starke, Florida at the City Hall In Stark., come eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
*J 422 N.St.Clair 964 S445 es. notice |sh.r by given that th. School Board 582 North TemplesAvenue Florida until 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday River Economic;: Council Inc. t

John Spratlin, Pastor'We :.. ned. tfoWWNOTWWYORTH.! ; Stork, Florida 32091 and may Sept. 19. at which time and place all bids Commodities must be pickedup only at the site designated on the card. .
JI 644 be obtained ot that location for received will be publicly opened and You
same must present your current card to receive commodities. You or eitherof
Invite to worship with us joint owners, doing business under the
you $50.00 non-refundable deposit.The read aloud on the following: two designated alternates the
may pick commodities.
Altondod firm of JONES
Nursory name CRAFT SHOP 1252S.
Sunday School .. .. . 10 am Walnut Street Starke, Florida 32091 Construction Document may be OF 15,000 to 27.000 pounds of Distribution site and dates are as follows: 'I
examined but not obtained at: SEPT 11-22: STARKE: SREC Outreach Center 134 E. South Street 9:00
Morning Worship.Cvanlng 11.... Intends to register said fictitious name Construction BulletinP. CHLORINE In 9-1 TON CYLINDERS AND ,
Swvlca 9 pmodn..doyYoulh under the aforesaid statute. BALANCE IN 150 LB. CYLINDFRS a.m.-4 p.m.
. . .. ... .. 7.30pm Dated this 5th day of Sept.mber.I989. O. Box 803 Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in.

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'-. ... Hodges. .. !Jf.9LfJP.Y26PJ
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4 from page 1A School presented by SFCC. moted to sergeant in Sept., 1987,andto II E. [
torian, with straight A's. He was Hodges attended "Narcotics I.O. lieutenant three months later, in jr r r S r S rrrSf S
also honored by the school for never and Investigation," school at Lake Dec. 1987.
\\i being late or missing a class during City Community College paying for .
the six months required to graduate the course from personal funds Since leaving SPD earlier this 1
Hodges is a graduate of throe He also attended a school for year, Hodges has returned to his CJ-quSS !,
special training schools in which hI' wile Operator offered by former occupation of providing LO I. also made straight A's' : SFCC. a Starke officer. janitorial and painting services to
.. While working in Hampton (Hodges moved rapidly up the SPD office and commercial. buildings in 111111I XjI I
,'1 Hodges attended a Racial Training promotion ladder having open pro Gainesville. II

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Shirley Carpenter Blaylock: j A ; WHOLE Lb

Former Resi dent

Receives UNF Degree _SUN. MON. TUS. WED._THUn. FRI._SAT.t .
Shirley Carpenter Blaylock now 8 7 e 9
of St. Augustine, but formerly a
Starke resident, received her 10
Bachelor of Science in Health degree Prices in this ad good Monday,
from the University of North 10, 1989.
of Sept. 4 thru Sunday Sept.
Florida, at Morocco Temple
Jacksonville, on August 5. '
She graduated summa cum laudein
the top two percent of her class, HollFar
and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi r-
Honor Society, which recognizes a
superior good character.scholastic Membership achievement is and by Gradems. ; I I 0 .

invitation only.Mrs. .
Blalock married to W.Carroll
Blaylock, and is the mother of
Karen and Mark Reddish of Starke ((4OLE
and Dr. Greg Reddish of Orlando. r GRAPES I1
Mrs. Blaylock is an Environmental -
Health Specialist with the Dept.of _
Business Regulation, Division of
Hotels and Restaurants, Jackson- __ ___
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First Methodist Church Wise Extra Large

Announces ServiceFirst 7 Oz. Puffed & Crunchy JUMBOCHEEZ 99
United Methodist Church of $
Starke announces the beginning of DOODLES HONEYDEWSREGUL
an 8:45: a.m service on Sunday morning
starting this Sunday, Sept. 10. Oz.
The service will be held in the
sanctuary of the church and will be CHIPS 10 Lb. Bag
followed by a fellowship time of coffee $199
and refreshments, then the Sunday -
School hour. Grade P Each
At 11 a.m., there will be a worship HoUy Farms '
9 9 '
service in which the chancel choir, Red "".
Or Y -
under the direction of Bill McRae, SmaH JUmKbOEPNac Raspberries. Vz Pt. 1.59 ..... :
will bring the morning anthem.Rev. ...
S. Dwight McQueen, pastor of the cm "
church,will at both services.All .
preach -\r
worship services are open to the rB8
public. NL THIGHS 2 Liter

:'ioo' W Jumbo WesternCANTALOUPES

Brooker baptist Plans Coca Cola I

Revival, DinnerDr. -r y
John Pelham (former pastorof ))) Classic _
the First Baptist Church in 4
Palatka), now a staff member of
Stetson University in Deland,will be COORS&: COORS
the guest speaker at a revival to be 950
held at the Brooker Baptist Church LIGHT 990.
on Sunday Sept,10 through Wednes- Lb 12 oz/6 pack cans
day, Sept. 13. Worship time is 7:30
p.m to begin the revival. 2 Liter Diet Coke,
Sunday Sept. 10<1 there will be din- 7l Caffeine Free Diet Coke $279
ner on the grounds following the 2 Liter Diet Sprite

morning Rev. Charley worship service.Green announces Sprite. ... .... 1.09
each Sunday services begin with Each
Sunday School at 9:45: a.m.,and worship n o
a o n
service at 11 a.m. The public is EXTRA' LOW '
invited to attend all services, enjoy
the fellowship and worship together.

64 Oz. Carton 24 Oz Food Lion 3 Lb. Tub Spread Margarine 16 Oz. Food Lion

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Bradford Elem.It Middle School:
MONDAVI Chicken. a noodle, cheese atix r '
green.beans,fruit crisp,hot rolls,milk
T\JItIIDAV'BBQ Pork..bun trench Ma,cole 9 g.c $14999c
slaw' .fruit Jello milk. :
WEDNESDAY Hamburger gravy mashed J
.poIa toes,milk.THURSDAYs,mustard. greens,chocolate coke,cornbread -
Beef-a-roni'cheese! itlx garden
salad. ,fruit cur l loot rolls milk CREAM
FRIDAY Plaza, later kxa. peaches, cookie,

Bradford High School, 15 Oz Pmtos/Great Northern/ 42 Oz.: -''BakeRiteSHORTENING 5 Lb. Frozen InterstatePOTATOES 10 Oz. CheeseSausageHamburgerPepperoniSausage /
MONDAYS Hamburl..iettuce tomato pickles Blackeye Peas/Pork N' Beam
trench fries butterscotch brownie,milk 4 &
TUESDAY Potatoes,Muttard Hamburger Greens,Chocolate Gravy Cake Mashed. ,Cor- LUCK'S BEANS h, / CHEF BOY-AR-DEE PIZZAS

strawberry nbread THURSDAY WEDNESDAY Milk shortcake Plaza Cuban". ,later milk.sandwich\tots,,cole buttered' slaw corn applesauce -. ty L$1O9

,cookie,milk 41'3( 8gc.
rrUayi BBQ on bun, green beam, peaches 3Il

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\:Plua rdo. trench fries rrt
mllluuiakee THURSDAY, .. tlamburgeiv!eW corn dog trench Assorted Nestle' s p* s 200 Ct. Scott | 6 Oz. Assorted Cat Food
fries mUkanakek.OJ
FRIDAYfUSItlCaS.rko.dweh.eaeburgerplus! ,.french. CANDY BARS | | FACIAL TISSUE I I WHISKAS
Bach day..........a choice of a hot lunch
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Wildwood Visits

,,' A--t \ BHS to Open

T d "

1989 Grid SeasonTornado

gridders open the 1989 No. 68, 6-1, 26012. The guards are
season at 8 p.m. tomorrow (Friday Ellis Johnson, No.61, 6-3, 245-11,and
t night, Sept. 8) when one of the big- Jerrol Jones, No. 62, 5-9, 18510. The
gest high school football teams tackles are Teka Driggers, No. 72,
l'I Coach David Nurse has ever seen 6-6, 320-12 and Josh Driggers No.
comes to Starke. 71, 6-3, 295-12. Tight end IslU ky
Class 3A Wildwood High, 5-5 last Johnson, No. 40, 5-9, 24012.
season, goes 240, 320, 245, 260, 185, The wingback, split to the strong
andd 295 across its front offensive side, is Don Solomon, No. 81,
seven. The Wildcats move pretty 5916011.( The wide receiver, split to
I ., h It 1 good for their size. In the Jamboree'sthey the weak side, is Brandon Miller,
pass a lot for a big running NO. 82, 6-0, 175-11.
team, mostly quick, short out routes
but they'll also throe down the mid-
dle a few times.Wildwood Both backs go both ways.Tailback
ff runs from the power-I, Marvin Coleman plays cornerbackon
\ ..,. behind the huge offensive line. defense. Fullbackl Randy James,
I : Tailback Marvin Coleman, No. 33, No. 32, plays weak side defensiveend
4 5-0, 160-12( has 4.4 speed in the on defense.
50-yard dash. Fullback Randy Wildwood is a hard-nosed football
James, No. 32, 5-9, 180-12, is a hard team with both speed and size, BHS
: runner, and was the main ball car scouts report. '
I rier in 1988.Quarterback.
is Rickyk Marduccl,
No. 1110, 160-11. BHS must contend with the size
Bread and butter for the Wildcat and contain the speedy tailback.
offense is the pitch sweep to either
i C I If! l side, and the power play up the mid- "It's a tough opener for us, probably
the toughest opener we've had
'. must contain tailback Col- inal long time," says Coach Hurse.
eman around the end. Coleman is
I Heading for Pay dirt... ? guard Phillip Crawford (&3)nj tight end Chris Dlnklni throw block faster than the Lake Butler backs They can be expected to run the
BUS halfback Clint Reed (33)race around the right aide. of the Tornado line BUS hoaU Wildwood Friday night* the regular ceuon open BHS faced last week. football right at the Tornado
Wildcat center is Carlos Faison, defense.

I Tornadoes Dominate Jamboree, Defeat Union, KHHSTornado I


gridders dominated terlachen 13-0. Chris Alexander ran guard Phillip Crawford, and fen Jenkins blocked very effectively, especially pleased with the performances was also cited for a good job by
Keystone High and Union High in the for 59 yards and a touchdown and guard Jason Norman. Hurse said. of defensive tackle T.J. Or- Coach Sexton.
Fall football jamboree played dur- Astrid watkins ran for 70 yards and The linemen used good technique, The defensive secondary played ton sam linebacker Derrick Longand "After looking at the films there is
-: ing in a wet Friday in August on the other touchdown in a quarter for the most part, said Coach Lanier well. Terry Berry is starting to come strong side defensive end Andy a lot of work to be done with the
Bradford Field in its two quarters of played in a driving rain. Clyatt. The young players came and into his own at cornerback, says Goodowns. weak side defensive end" said
play. and knew what to do, Clyatt added. Coach Roland Cummings. Corner- The defense also got good, consis- Coach Sexton. Some bad habits have
Bradford High beat Keystone 14-0, BUS Coaches... The offensive backfield performed back Lance Wiggins and safety tent play from inside linebacker developed, "... things which could
scoring on two of three sustained Offensive linemen lauded for their well Coach Hurse said. Quarter- Trammell Jones. Youngsters Julius Travis Long, the team leader. Weak hurt us."
drives on which in which the Tor- play in the jamboree are left tackle back Reggie Sheffield led the team, Harden and John Williams got in side linebacker Thomas McCutchen Defensive tackle Kevin Finch was
nado offense moved at will. BHS Holand Shafer, tight end Derrick the fullback Clyde DeSue and running and did a good job,said Coach Cum- did a good job, although he still has held out of the jamoboree, although
struck suddenly when Clyde DeSue, Ionlcenter; Don McDavid, right back Clint Reed ran hard. mings. to improve In some areas Coach he dressed out, because of a pulled
receiving his first punt in varsity Wingbacks Allen Jenkins and_Keith! Defensively Coach Sexton was Sexton said. Rover back Al Jones muscle.

competition, returned an early Lake ---- .
Butler punt 65 yards behind a block- /

ing wall for a touchdown, and which ,
held up for a 7-0 win. Key blocks on
the punt return were by Keith
Jenkins and Lance Wiggins. Jenkinscut
down a Union player chasing
DeSue just as DeSue turned the cor-
ner. The small Wiggins, a defensive QUANTITY RIGHTS millERS) HIGHWAYRESERVED
back, got between DeSue and the
final Union back who had a chance AM 100KEYSTONE
and simply kept the defender away FOOD STAMPS SUPERMARKETS
from the ball carrier
Donnie Francis kicked three long, WELCOMED .
high extra points, which added to the

strong performances by the Tornado '.'''._' :" :" : 1::: ; ,.
: B "
? offense an4defnseT: __ ?*,T-=:"-i THE FRIENDLIEST PLACE IN TOWN ". ; !
Lt "I'm pleased with our' performance
," said Head Coach David _-
"Over-all, I thought we looked
good," said Defensive Coordinator ,"
.- Mike Sexton. y.r s.,. PRICES VALID
The Big Red offensive line worked
SEPTEMBER 7-13 1989J
well, with a minimum of mistakes, ,
said Coach Lanier Clyatt.
The defensive secondary allowed
one nine yard pass completion.
BHS looked strong. The defense

swarmed. The offensive line opened V"'T T tww"* Ntt
big holes for the BHS backs. ; : '
Fullback DeSue ran for 68 yards in j

six carries. DeSue scored twice, on l85r .' llxVfcJf: ? .
the punt return and from six yards
out. Running back Clint Reed ran for I k I1 lie I
54 yards in six carries, and scored
once from 12 yards out.
The BHS defense held Union Highto
six yards of offense, Keystone
"* *
High to minus four yards. The few mistakes pleased the Tor- % *SS4 I
-. nado coaches. "Mistakes are alwaysa ralg& r I
barometer of how prepared we
are," says Coach Hurse. '' l
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Lake Butler, under new Head /
_, Coach Carlton Faulk, beat In- Vit.' 1.1/. .f* Sj"rifrTilITTWB2&SSii Cuiiw

Wildwood I I

Big Strong I
r: ,

Running TeamQuick

strong and well-coached is
:: the book on the 1989 Tornado football MY h --I' 1
=. team which faces a huge Wildwood 1.Ir. .
High team at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8,
in Bradford stadium. f
Tornadoes starters are:
'Y rr 6. rx

: The Offense...
Center: Don McDavid, No 77,
5-11, 195-12.
Guards: Right guard: Phillip ....
Crawford :No.. 62, 5-8, 18010. Left
... guard: Jason Norman, No. 65, 5-8, M
180-11 and Lorenzo Hall, No. 63, 5-10, : -
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175-12. will split time.Tackles '
: Right tackle: Keith Lin-
64, 5-11, 199-12. Left tackle:
;: James McNeal, No. 71, 5-109, 185-12,
:: and Roland Shafer, No. 73, 5-10, "
:: 235-12, will share time. ,
t:;; Tight end: DeriCk! Long, No. 84,
: 6-1, 205-12, and Andy Goodowns, No. I Ia
':t 85, 6- 0, 170-11. .4
:.:I Quarterback: Reggie Sheffield,
i' No. 11, 5-11, 15511. Backup QB; is
.;: Travis Long No. 3, 5-10,190-12. '
2 Running back: Clint Reed, No. 33,
i 5-9,192-12. Backup: Al Jones... I
'=: Fullback: Clyde DeSue, No. 30,. I

: 6-0, 185-11, If a y jrt 1 t'Sihrikf, t' Sn rl. rNa I
': Wingback: Keith 'Jenkins, I

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u The Defense... : I
p Tackles: Keith Jenkins, No..32, 5- S
10-175 and Kevin Finch, No. 66, 6-7,
21512. ?4wt ,
Chris Dinkins,No:
... Weak side end:
ft.- 80, (&-0), 17C-12. Strong side end:,Andy ,
::;:r Goodowns. No. 856118011. t p).
fT: linebacker: .ang,
Sam rrtf ( t t4'w4 ,l
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-No. 84 6-1 205-12. 1Iu
Inside ( sTravis:: Long
S No. 3, 5-10, 190-12 and Thomas Mc.I t :
I&: 'Culchen, No. 60, 5-8, 160-10.( '
= Rover\ back; Al Jones,.No. 32, 5-8, .

fc" ,4)55-12." I No.: ;yet.C y \
t;.;. Cornerback: Lance Wiggins
t4.5-8.150-12 and Terry Berry, No.9, ::1

tt,toTy:*.IwmmeU Jones, No 21, JJ

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You'll (Lowe the Changes We've Made... CommunityNews.


j\/ "GATORBOOSTERS" Divorces GrantedIn
Bradford CountyThe

up following marriages were
,' dissolved during the month of
S Include Summer Sausage Jj Bradford
PROPOSED August in County.
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.- Bread Sticks,Cheese Sticks $6.95 .
GATOR..Napkins: ,Cups 8c Plates- $9.50 Lois Denise Thomas & Wesley
in a cute tote bag ready to go to the gams or gift! to boost your Janet L. Hiskey & Robert F.
favorite Gator! Hiskey.
For your tasting pleasure Thu lI. &?ri. Mary Crissman& John E.

IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 13th day of LEM'N DILL DIP $;\.EO: Crlssman.Rebecca L. Jones & Gareth T.

September 1989 at 7:00: P.M., the Bradford County Boardof Clias t ei f:'s Jones.Katherine Elaine Lemire &

County Commissioners, in special session to be held at Michael Joseph Lemire.
M- '-!:.JD fJ od4rr, !iSo :,
Lamar E. Griffis&Denise Retire
the board meeting room at the Bradford County *. 9-3 l04'J1fcdlS. $64-7271 Griffis. !

Courthouse, Starke, Florida will hold a public hearing on the Carl Edwin Griffis, Jr. Xc
Margaret Ann Griffis.
proposed enactment of an ordinance establishing a Jack Rulevitch & Arrgr'Ir.

countywide special assessment for the purpose of jail SAMPLE BALLOT FOR Rulevitch.Wilbur Godwin & Ellen !Umiso

operations and emergency services. DISTRICT # 1-3-4-5 Godwin.Russell Troy Hirks & S.mmlra
The substance of the contemplated ordinance is the Lynne Hicks.

assessment of an annual fee upon the owners of improvedreal Ford Kenneth Morgan.Greg Morgan & tilu'ilr

property in Bradford County, Florida. The proposed fee OFFICIAL BALLOT Deanna Fons Crosby Sue &Christian Deloris Crosby& Itixlnoy

schedule contemplated Is as follows: FIRST PRIMARY Alan Christian.
David Bruce Smith & Madonna
CLASS I: Single Family Residence Glee Smith.
Residence $100.00 Annually Quicksall.Arthur W. Quicksall & Toni Keith

CLASS II: Multi-Family ResidencesPer STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Leavins.Royce A. Leavins & Shandy L.

Residential Unit $100.00 Annually SEPTEMBER 12, 1989 Phillip D. Hayes & Mary E.

CLASS III: CommercialPer Hayes.
To vote for a person whose name is printed on the David Rudoi &Leslie B. Rudoi.

Commercial Unit $100.00 AnnuallyThe ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of Census Bureau Collects

Special Assessment Fee contemplated to be imposedas the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. Employment Data

is proposed to be designated and allocated as follows: HereThe

$70.00, jail operations; $30.00, emergency services.All CHIEF OF POLICE Census Bureau will collect
interested at said and be date for its Current Population
parties may appear meeting Survey (CPS) the week of
heard with respect thereto. VOTE FOR ONE September 17.23 from area residentson
employment and unemployment,
Dated this 5th day of September, 1989. according to James F. Holmes,

Board of County Commissioners, Bradford County, (JIMMY R. EPPS director regional office.of the bureau's Atlanta
Florida. The local employment data will
1- contribute to September's national
Ray Norman, Clerk of Court I JOHN HODGES labor force picture scheduled for
release October 6 by the Bureau of
__ ___
!Labor Statistics.
-__. I
--- -
Data will be collected on veteransof
the U.S. Armed Forces who havea
I service-connected The
Census Bureau for the first time in
Terwillegar Makes Driving a New Car or Truck the public CPS awareness will obtain and information treatment on of

cardiovascular disease risk (actors
such as high blood pressure and high
A-FORD-ABLE blood cholesterol. The survey also I
will measure cigarette smoking
habits for the third time.
Information supplied by individuals

NO MONEY DOWN AND NO HLYMENTS kept confidential to the Census by law.Bureau Only is

statistical totals are published.

UNTIL JANUARY 1990 PrescriptionDrug

Prices Vary

Widely, AAHP Says

''A recent survey by tin Anirric-iin
1989 5' Association of Retired Persons
showed that prices of lrrsi rqiIUOn||
drug vary widely in the U.S.,
sometimes even by drug" stoics in
the same town.
4X4 XI/T
An AARP official said the survey
of 1050 pharmacies in 42 states!round I
that costs sometimes differ l hy morethan
25 percent within communities,
semisrsuredwra. LARIAT making it important for coiiMinu'i-s
to shop around.
NL Prices varied by factors!of up to I Ito
: 1, the survey showed, meaning
Overdrive Loaded: that a person might pay $2 in one
1989 RANGER area and$28 elsewhere for the same
prescription. The report also found I
large state differences, with Hawaii
$5OO.OORebate XLT LARIET ana Alaska having the highest
overall average, and Florida the
1989 BRONCO XLT LARIET lowest.
Air Cassette Loaded There were big differences within
V-8, Auto, Air, Loaded75Qo00 the same state, as well. In Pennsylvania -
one pharmacy had an
*OOO.OO Rebate average price of $15.88 for certain
Rebate drugs$31.36.,while another had an averageof

The AARP advised that its fin-
dings are especially important for
older Americans, since people 65
1989 F250 and older account for 12 percent of
all population,but use 32 percent of
4X4 XLT prescription drugs.

Lariat Hospice Now OfferedIn
0 -
., Your CommunityNorth
D Diesel 5 Air
Speed, Central Florida Hospice of-
Loaded fers highly specialized professionalcare
1989 TAURUS to terminally ill persons and
$75O.OORebate their families. A team approach is
4 Door, Auto, Air, 5 Speed Tilt Wheel used to promote comfort, support
$ and dignity before and following the
$1000.00 Rebate patient death.
Over the past! year, patients mid
families in Bradford and Union
counties have increasingly used the
services of North Central Florida
Hospice.In .
Lawtey, Starke Keystone
Heights, Melrose and surrounding,
areas, this trend will continue; an
arb O I more families become aware of
hospice and as traditional hospitalcare
becomes less accessible to the
terminal patient.
Volunteers are vital to the hospice
team. They work closely with
hospice staff and families to meet
1989. TEMPO some of the many family needs at
19JB9JESCORT LX Air.Tilt. 5 Speed 1989 CROWN VICTORIA this difficult time.Trained and sup-
4 Door 5 ported by the hospice team,
Speed, Stereo $1000.00 Rebate volunteers do not need a medical
$ I 00DoorLoaded' background, but
1000.00 Rebate $ rather a caring
1 heart and a listening ear.
If you are interested in bccoi ning a
'85 Ford CrownVictoria 88 Ford Fiesta LX '86 Delta 88 hospice volunteer, training begins
'87F15OSWB 86 Chevy Friday Sept. 3, 9 the Starke
5 Sp..Air.T1l t. Cruise.Cloth Int.. Brougham43.0OO Spectrum Santa Fe Community College Cam
4 Dr.. 35,000: Mi. Extra ML. Full Power.Wire 4 Sp...Air. Stereo.V8..Extra ,_ ., The three-part workshop) is en'tlect -
Nice 5 Sp. Air.Casa, Cloth Int.,
2 To Select From "Beginning; to Understand:
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$6950 65795 $8850 I $6495 3795Terwillegar call 339-2121.on how to register, please


'. t ...k About Group
A Our
Motors To Meet'Sept. 19

i. The Scleroderma Support
LIFETIMESERVICE Central Florida Chapter, meets
1 964-72OO Statewide 1-80Q-329-FORD. Tuesday,Sept. 19,7:30-9 p.m. in the
;473-FORD Conference Center, 800 S.W: 2nd
f Starke 371-1098 388FORDGainesville Keystone .1 f GUARANTEE Avenue opposite Alachua General
Heights Hospital la Gainesville.
,t. 209 W. Madison
Jacksonville J .
? State | The support group is open to
cleroderma patient, family
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Develop Suspect in Renaud Murder Case


A suspect has been developed in Meghan! a sixth grader at Brad- that county.According to authorities News Briefs counties this summer. north of Brandon Aug. 21. The clerk
the Median Renaud murder, according ford Middle School, had been miss- there are many factors to tie the John William Cardenas, 26, was was robbed at knifepoint of cash anda
!! to State Attorney Len Register. ing from her home since March 20. suspect to the Renaud case all of arrested after a Putnam County case of beer.Cardenas .
Since the body of the 12yearoldwas When found she had been shot in the which have to be carefully and Suspect ArrestedIn judge issued a warrant for him said and the second suspect
found March near her homein head. thoroughly investigated.Full Armed RobberiesA ._Captain Dick Schauland with Put who has not been caught are
Deer Foot Trail subdivision, The first real lead in the case surfaced time Is being given to the nam County Sheriff's Department. suspected of robbing several other
authorities have been unable to in Alachua County last week murder investigation by Bradford Keystone Heights man was ar- Authorities believe Cardenas was stores. Cardenas is being held
develop a suspect, establish a where the suspect is in custody facing Investigators David Aderholt and rested August 30 for a series of arm- one of two people who robbed a without bond in the Clay County Jail.
--.1.... nr Inmtff A W Anon. charges for crimes committed in Wiley Clark. ed robberies in Clay and Putnam McDonald's restaurant on SR-315

Woman Charged

With Aiding RobberA

29-year-old Starke woman was
DEMO arrested Aug. 31 after she attemptedto
e9 hide a man charged with robbing
a convenience store. The man was
arrested for robbery.
g Officers approached Rosa Lee
Crews at the St. George Mission as
they were looking for a man who had
robbed the Handy Way, according to
CLEARANCE Deputy Danny Thrift. Crews said
she had not seen the man who then
appeared to get cigarettes Crews
had bought for him said Thrift.
' Crews was charged with opposingan
I jv September through September 14 One Week Only!! officer with violence aiding and

u/ abetting and accessory after the
., ,.
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'ulANOirc C aottr OIOr trIll .,,
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not cuirc* eiQTw IINCM *VM ...... .. .... 0)'
OBOU HO MMoC/rit= ilOCM .... 1.. Howard Johnson 23, was charged
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ca.a Ol l&Vj"1: ::{:iMB' .H. 1 111.M aao/.a0 MICIO
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:' radar/qas.poor .rf .INf Irt CCU.*..I0/lt/l. a warrant with violation of probationfor
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C'i;: ," '" Greenpeace emphasizes the reduc-
tion of toxic waste at its source
SAVE THOUSANDS rather than shipping it for disposalto
VEHICLES incinerators at a hazardous waste
On its tour,
treatment plant.
Greenpeace is pointing out the I
ONLY! '. dangers of incineration. I
Recent reports filed with the U.S. '

DEMO PRICES CLEARLY MARKED SAVE SAVE SAVE! I showed Environmental that companies Protection in Duval Agency and
I seven other Northeast Florida counties -

CHEVROLET C2500 3/4 TON PICKUP, 2 WHEEL DRIVE CHEVROLET CELEBRITY, 4 DOOR ((3)) ,: pounds released of chemicals about in 1988.120 Over million 14 I I

million pounds were discharged into

CHEVROLET C1500 1/2 TON PICKUP, 2 WHEEL DRIVE CHEVROLET CAMARO RS, 2 DOOR COUPE the water land; 7.4; 7.8 million million pounds pounds went went into In- I

to the air; 346,856 pounds went to

OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 BROUGHAM OLDSMOBILE CALAIS, 4 DOOR plants municipal; and wastewater 90 million pounds treatment were

transported off-site to treatment and

CHEVROLET CORSICA LT HATCHBACK OLDSMOBILE 98 TOURING SEDAN disposal a''we must facilities.get a message to

Tallahassee that we want to place
toxic waste reduction as the numberone
priority rather than building
1tL more toxic waste plants," a

ti Greenpeace spokesman said.

.. Says, "Get- Your Car Ready for ;. -Mr.-.Goodwrench'AIR" ".' I

Summer"- a ftldud. I LB..... I
$1995 I
OTHER MCWEY-SAVING' BODY SHOP SPECIAL '. . . . .. ... a 964-5451
... . . . . ..
i Trans. Open Every Night-
I Include* Fluid. Filter&All ;

$45O Inc. Factory Paint u ,Sat. tf: Sun. 5:00 Showing

& Minor Repairs . . .. .. Tuesday Showing J
Cooling System
1989 CUTLASS SUPREME $1O,498 COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK I ReTltillzaMonrluih. :I Starts Friday Sept. 8
.Rebuild ft Iniptcucm of Ejl.m
Free Estimates Free Estimates
PW. PL, Tilt Cruise. V-6 Stereo : $2993' .

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1988 CAVALIER fldyeRJ
CONVERTIBLE $11,777, .. ------.r.-- - .. .. . -' A
.Factory Warranty Mr. Ooo4wrench LUBE. OIL s Mr. Goodwrench ENGINE i Mr. Goodwrench fN;
1988 BERETTA c> I .... ; Include Part end prcutira rhixit 5
7.666, I $ 9B : 4 cyt"s s cyt .uaiWr : : : THE DREAM CHJU

PW. PL-Tilt.: Cruise. AM/FM Cass 1 ; .
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,1988 YUGO GV $1,995 NOW SHOWING

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'1985 FORD RANGER .$4,495 ai, '..p'J TOM
V-6. AT. Air !


AT. Tilt, Cruise. Low Miles ( &HOOCH

1978 NOVA $ 900 ,' IJL [ED [
Good Transportation'. l + 301 DRIVE-IN '

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es li ;LtaQer
Fri. Sat. A Sun ;


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: S" Divorces GrantedIn

Bradford CountyThe

and up .. ,,' following marriages were
dissolved during the month of
Sausage, -w August in Bradford County.
Sticks -$6.95
Cups Sc: PUtca $9.50 Lois Denise Thomas & Wesley
MUSTARD $14.95 Keith Thomas.
to the fame or cft:: to boost your Janet L. Hiskey & Robert F.
'easure Thurs. l!c Fri. Crissman & John E.
DIP ;:3.00 Crissman.
Rebecca L. Jones & Gareth T.

9iR s Jones.Katherine Elaine Lemire &

rg.llst.b-: 964-7271 I Griffis.Michael Lamar Joseph E. Griffis Lemire.&Denise Hence!

Carl Edwin Griffis, Jr. &
Margaret Ann Griffis.
Jack Rulevitch & Angela !
FOR Rulevitch. :
zoo"t Wilbur Godwin & Ellen Louise :

# 1-3-4-5 Lynne Godwin.Russell Hicks.Troy Hicks & Siiundrn/

Kenneth Greg Morgan & Simla.
Ford Morgan.
BALLOT Fons Crosby&Deloris Crosliy
Deanna Sue Christian & Iii inoy
: Alan Christian.
David Bruce Smith & Madonna
: Glee Smith.
Quicksall.Arthur W. Quicksall &Toni! Keith

COUNTY, FLORIDA Royce A. Leavins & Shandy L.
Leavins. i
12, 1989 Hayes.Phillip D. Hayes & Mary E. I'

: name is printed on the David Rudoi&Leslie B. Rudoi. :

( ) square at the RIGHT of Census Bureau Collects i

whom you desire to vote. Employment Data

: HereThe

: POLICE Census Bureau will collect
date for its Current Population
Survey (CPS) the week of
VOTE FOR ONE September 17-23 from area residentson
employment and unemployment( ,
according to James F. Holmes,
director of the bureau's Atlanta

regional The local office.employment data will
Ij t_j contribute to September's national
labor force picture scheduled for

: h__ tabor release Statistics.October 6 by the Bureau of

Data will be collected on veterans
of the U.S. Armed Forces who have
a service-connected: disability, The
Census Bureau for the first time in

Terwillegar Makes Driving a New Car or TruckAFORDABLE the public CPS awareness will obtain and information treatment! on of

cardiovascular disease risk factors
such as high blood pressure and high
blood cholesterol. The survey also
will measure cigarette smoking
habits for the third time.
Information supplied by Individuals

NO MONEY DOWN AND NO OkYMENTS statistical kept confidential to totals the are Census by Only is

""" '

; 1 UNTIL JANUARY 199O PrescriptionDrug

Prices Vary

Widely AAKP SaysA

recent survey by till Amrrii'mi
1989 F15O Association of Retired IVi-sons
showed that prices of |presveyiomdrugs | .
vary widely in the U.S.,
sometimes even by drug stores in
the same town.
4X4 XLTLARIAT -- An AARP official l lI the survey
of 1050 pharmacies in 42 Mutes found
that costs sometimes differ by 1II111'Cthan
OSSal asa t 25 percent within communities,
making it important for consumers
to shop around.
Prices varied by factors of up to 11
to 1, the survey showed meaning/
Overdrive. Loaded: that a person might pay $2 in onu
1989 RANGER area and$28 elsewhere for the sumo
prescription. The report also found
large state differences, with Hawaii
$5OO.OORebate XLT LARIET and Alaska having the highest
overall average, and Florida. l the
1989 BRONCO XLT LARIET lowest.
Air CassetteLoaded There were big differences within
Loaded the same state, as well. In Penn-
V-8 Auto Air :
sylvania, one pharmacy had an
$1 000.00 Rebate average price of $15.88 for certain
750.00 Rebate drugs 3136.,while another had an averageof

The AARP advised that its fin
-- --- -
dings are especially important for(
older Americans, since people 65
1989 F250 and older account for 12 percent of
the population, 32 percent of
4X4 XLT all prescription
LariatDiesel. Hospice Now OfferedIn
a --- -
-$ Your CommunityNorth
5 Air;
Central Florida Hospice offers
Loaded highly specialized professionalcare
1989 TAURUS to terminally ill persons and
$75O.OORebate their families. A team approach is
4 Door, Auto, Air 5 Speed.Tilt Wheel used to promote comfort, support
and dignity before and following the
1000.00 Rebate patient's death.
Over the past! year, patients anil
families in Bradford( and Union
counties have increasingly us..ltho
services of North Central Florida
Hospice.In .
Lawtey, Starke, Keystone
Heights, Melrose and surrounding
areas, this trend will continue as
sib '\ L I I more families become aware of
hospice and as traditional hospital
care becomes less accessible to ho
terminal patient.Volunteers .
are vital to( the hospice
team. They work closely with
hospice staff and families to meet
1989 TEMPO some of the many family needs at
19.8JL ESCORT LX 1989 CROWN VICTORIA this difficult time. Trained and sup-
Air Tilt 5 Speed ported by the hospice team,
4 boor'SSpeed, Stereo $1000.00 Rebate 4 Door. Loaded$1OOO.OO volunteers do not need a medical
background, but rather
HOOO.OO 11 a caring
Rebate Rebate heart and a listening( ear.
If you are Interested in becoming; a

'85 Ford Crown 88 Ford Fiesta LX 86 Delta 88 87 F150 SWB '86 Chevy hospice Friday Sept.volunteer 3,9 a,, at the Starke begins
Victoria Brougham. Santa .'"e Community College Cam'
5 Sp..Air.Tilt Crutoe.Cloth Int. .,Air. Stereo..Y-8" Spectrum us.The threes?art workshop is enDeeeth -
4 Dr.3' .OOO Mi.Extra 43.OOO ML. Full Power Wire Phiia Nice 6 Sp..Air.Caas.doth Int., " :
Clean 3 To Select From Wheels. Immaculate ,27. and Dying For Understand
,$6495 $3795lean. mation on how to register please
$6950 65795 $8850 call 338-2121. .


:Else About Our Support Group:
Terwillegar Motors To Meet Sept. 19The

! Scleroderma Support Group,
LIFETIMESERVICE Central Florida Chapter, meets
Statewide .1-80Q-329-FORD Tuesday,Sept. 19,7:30-9' p.m. In the
964-7200 473-FORD Conference Center, 800 S.W. 2nd

tf; Starke 371-1096, 388-FORD Keystone,Heights; ::1 i i1 GUARANTEE I Avenue Hospital, In opposite Gainesville.The Alachua. General

209 W. Madison 'Gainesville Jacksonville: State Road 21 ,I .. support group Is ,open to
I. icleroderm patient, family
< members, and, Interested. profes-.
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I Investigators Develop Suspect in Renaud Murder Case I IA

suspect has been developed in Meghan, a sixth grader at Brad- that county. According to authorities News Briefs counties this summer. north of Brandon Aug. 21. The clerk
the Meghan Renaud murder according ford Middle School had been missIng there are many factors to tie the John William Cardenas 26, was was robbed at knifepoint of cash anda
to State Attorney Len Register. from her home since March 20. suspect to the Renaud case, all of arrested after a Putnam County case of beer.Cardenas .
Since the body of the 12yearoldwas When found she had been shot in the which have to be carefully and Suspect ArrestedIn judge issued a warrant for him said and the second suspect,
found March near her homein head. thoroughly investigated.Full Armed RobberiesA _Captain Dick Schauland with Put who has not been caught, are
Deer Foot Trail subdivision The first real lead in the case surfaced time is being given to the nam County Sheriff's Department. suspected of robbing several other
authorities have been unable to in Alachua County last week murder\ investigation by Bradford Keystone Heights man was ar- Authorities believe Cardenas was stores. Cardenas Is being held
develop a suspect establish a where the suspect Is in custody facing Investigators David Aderholt and rested August 30 for a series of arm one of two people who robbed a without bond in the Clay County Jail.
_. tI.,.. or Wat a wpnrvon charges: for crimes committed in Wiley Clark. ed robberies in Clay and Putnam McDonald's restaurant on SR-315

-. Woman Charged

With Aiding Robber

A 29-year-old Starke woman was
DEMO1 arrested Aug. 31 after she attemptedto
hide a man charged with robbing
a convenience store. The man was
999 arrested for robbery.
Officers approached Rosa Lee
Crews at the St. George Mission as
% they were looking for a man who had
robbed the Handy Way according to
CLEARANCE I Deputy Danny Thrift. Crews said
she had not seen the man who then
appeared to get cigarettes Crews
had bought for him said Thrift.
Crews was charged with opposingan
September through September 14 One Week Only! officer with violence aiding and

a i..... CHI..atr rover otvtitmOtMS I .,,' abetting and accessory after the
s MMitof CCVtttl ''' ". \ Bond at
,ae S I jt cusrcw' cmrt* IUCH .VMooci ww11U VI 4103VIHIClfl | .'"' \): r fact. was set 6500.
NO' "/ .troet NO10CDC14 ., Howard Johnson 23, was chargedwith
1t SIN I.: HI.1101 r................... .........IMVOICI....,......I..00.....|.I4HTI4i ...... "' robbery while armed with a
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t + e IN OM'
\ Cu esa9o7...,, tu/1Wr, a"',. ..... 1071.......o0. ..x11.11."... I.Itla I.wuca' 1 IS.',..1/91", razor, said Thrift. Bond was set at
,,t- flrl at Y/rINIR 10000.Johnson was also charged on
,., gr: (1 r UI immi% % $rr.,,.
11" .... .. tat!, a warrant with violation of probationfor
a 000' LOOT
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Q Ilrl "' 111tr/ ... 0""/ {: grand theft with bond set at
et.tAet,0'1 m.n; :w.+:: U fa r/1'I. l, $5,000, according to Deputy Roman
rJI'td Cor "tN1 .tI"lllr wr .
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l\tprN"c. :. ,' Iisk lei. .i..YDJ1SI r" 'LI''':i.1. wed \0" wa ,1 r .' ... : LYIr.:' :J'a .. ars and Union Counties
Itlt $ i., 1. I.JDl. rre1 Nfe ,.'! r.:M'l'-llf .N'Nit. /l .. Bradford
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atct'tlt\t MI = N: a: '" toxic wastes.The
:! : : session concerning
tlr rs. .': ....t0\xaAY\\tt0. \... .... 05 ,,...., mOl. .,., rp.;'*' .ojAtiTii 44 .nr fro ,"li.w.,!.;,l.."." ....... Air r. I II. caravan will move on to Lake Butler
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t t J.U. : .. where 90-minute workshop
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to' .. 0. 1 091 cr .'." '"mil 'co "' rr ..'I. School
t''I'.n.':..". ala, .OA p0 .\sI.... .1'C....>.lii{' ridiN i.OC.: .iin l'i1 yrll,. ..... frtVtO ':'"' .> at Union County High
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." 7:30 by
from 6 to
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i tGde .. c\ .t C. / g',11 eNIr.OU$ \'rl"f\ :frr, o: r Ji:;.r'4rll "Q the Citizens Clearinghouse on
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...""' \ ..- t n 7eeu.1:7 rf1. ".. ... ...:.: Hazardous Waste. Preregistrationfor
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1LL.tI lc ? i tu.t. Vtt ...: calling 964-4288.
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."J\O,.OO.\ ,1"$\\c.L'\1.c'."." ... ;.;....-.: ::::;. ".....!. ,.1ItN .. '.. ;'i. ...... from Clearinghouse.Brian Greenpeace. and the Citizen:
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.",""':\., ,70't w'Orlr '':'z Toxic Campaign Coordinator, says
.. I Greenpeace emphasizes the reduction
of toxic waste at its source
SAVE THOUSANDS ON THESE rather than shipping it for disposalto
incinerators at a hazardous waste I
On its tour, ,
treatment plant.
ONE Greenpeace is pointing out the
WEEK ONLY! dangers of incineration. I

Recent reports filed with the U.S. ,,

DEMO PRICES CLEARLY MARKED SAVE SAVE SAVE! showed Environmental that companies Protection in Duval Agency and: i
seven other Northeast Florida counties i

CHEVROLET C2500 3/4 TON PICKUP, 2 WHEEL DRIVE CHEVROLET CELEBRITY, 4 DOOR ((3)) '': pounds released of chemicals about in 1988.120 :Over million 14 I

million pounds were discharged into I

CHEVROLET C1BOO 1/2 TON PICKUP, 2 WHEEL DRIVE CHEVROLET CAMARO RS, 2 DOOR COUPE the water land; 7.4; 7.8 million million pounds pounds went went into in- I

to the air; 346,856 pounds went to

OLDSMOBILE DELTA 88 BROUGHAM municipal wastewater treatment
OLDSMOBILE CALAIS 4 DOOR plants; and 90 million pounds were
transported off-site to treatment and

OLDSMOBILE 98 TOURING SEDAN "We must get a message to
Tallahassee that we want to place
toxic waste reduction as the number
one priority rather than building I
1un. more toxic waste plants" a ,
Greenpeace spokesman said.
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Says' "Get Your Car Ready for i ,Mr. GoodwrencVAXR" ";

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OTHER M EY S- 17ING BODY SHOP SPECIAL .". . .$1995- . ... Starke THEATRE 9645451

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COMPLETE PAINT JOB I Trans. Tune-Up 'Open Every Night'SPECIAL
Includes Fluid. Filter&All ;
VALUES AT ORIAN-WELLS: Adjustment* $2.50

$45O oo Inc. Factory/ Paint 1L,5--s$5500 ,Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing

& Minor Repairs Tuesday ShowingStarts
1 Cooling System ;

1989 CUTLASS SUPREME $10.498 COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK I. I Revitillza ion : Friday, Sept. 8
P1uoh.Rebuild hicpecUon of S>4l m
Free Estimates Free Estimates '
PW. PL Tilt Cruise. V-6. Stereo ': $2993' s.
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1988 CAVALIER CONVERTIBLE $11.777. w.r. rrr. r..r.; rrr rr.r.rr..r.. r..r.r-r r rr rrrrr rr r -.. A tli
__" 'rr.. GOOdwench"ENGINE"IrtrS .COO10 elwrcDch [[Hi 1
'Factory Warranty Mr. wrench LURE OIL s s ADA.- s
s TN;

1988 BERETTA GT $7.666 i $.iss- : :. 'r hF : a 4495 and ri' 7HE DREAM CHILD 5

PW. PLrTllt Cruise. AM/FM Cass'; s $499as ; .
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AT Tilt Cruise. Low Miles &HOOCH

1978 OVA $ 900 / (ED

Good Transportation J 1 301 DRIVE-IN

Steve Lee Terry Blake lee Jerry )Miller Tommy Faolk Stake 964-7484
ale i ager_ .
Frl. Sat. & Sun ;

'ill GREAT Buns[ of FIRE! -:--

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'964-750O HwyOOl, North Open: Mon.-Frl 8:30-8 PJU.Sat. 3720103OLDSMOBILH Admission. ;

CHEVROLET Stwlte O-6 P.M. -.Son. I-IS PJt Adult......._.......-.. 990

Children '__'_'_'.. 500


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I :Traffic Criminal Court Cases- t :'" ; tl tlTbe

following defendants appeared munity work, attend DUI school,Tri Stephen L. Thornton pled no con- BUGC, $50 court costs. Probation six months, $120.25 court Alonzo L. Purdom charged with '. I
before Judge George H. County Probation one year. test DUI; fined $1,225, license Bryant pled guilty disorderly Intoxication costs,. ._ disorderly intoxication; dismissed, 1 I,
Pierce August 22 in Bradford County Anthony E. Wentworth pled guilty suspended ten years, attend DUI ; six months probation
Traffic Criminal Court where their unlawful alteration of tag; present school, completed in house treat- consecutive.
,uses received final disposition. valid tag and will dismiss. ment 40 days, credit given for 30 Glenn Mathew Dudas charged NORMAN'S ROADSIDE MARKETHighway
Alex Mathis Lewis pled no contest days in jail.Misdemeanor. with fishing without a license; pro-
Frankie Joe Allen pled guilty driv- DUI; fined $700, license suspended vided valid license, dismissed. 301 North
ing while license suspended five years, ten days in jail, DUI Division Susan Griffis pled no contest issuing $10.00
(DWLS);fined$120.25,60 days court school, Tri County Probation on Robert L. Bourgois pled guilty worthless check; given 30 days Pinkeyes Zipper Cream
probation. year. hunting deer with gun and light; to show proof of restituion and then Blackeyes White Acres HAMPERMustard
Allen pled guilty speed too fast forConditions Ben Herman Nelson pled no con- dismissed, costs suspended.. will dismiss.
; $50 court costs. test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County Mildred C. Bradley pled guilty Raymond Eaves pled no contest
,- Allen pled guilty violating open Probation 60 days to pay fine. possession of installed police device; reckless display of dangerous $2.00
,container; $50 costs Alonzo L. Purdom pled no contest costs suspended, scanner returned, weapon; Tri County Probation 60 Greens BUNCH
'". William Alvarez pled no contest DUI, fined$1,225,license suspendedsix dismissed. days,do not use any firearms during
.leaving scene of accident; fined months, attend DUI school, Tri William Bryant pled guilty probation.
12025. County Probation one year, violateno trespass in structure; six months Tri disorderly J. Sheley pled no contest Full Line of Fresh Produce
David Charles Barr pled guilty laws. County Probation, seek counseling intoxication; Tri County

DWLS; fined $120.25, tri County -. ... ...-.-. i
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'supervision six months. :. _. .' ;. '; .C' :.;:: ...:.: '" .. : ...'... ::\,
Barr pled guilty unlawful altera- Winn-JJixie
tion of tag; fined $120.25, Tri County ,
,supervision six months.
Andrew Carter pled guilty no
mobile tag; present valid tag and
pay. $50 or pay $120.25.
Carter pled guilty no mobile home
tag; present valid tag and will
,dismiss or pay $120.25.
,Nichi Antionet Clark pled guilty no
valid drivers license (NVDL); six
rmonths Tri County Probation, 500 .
word essay in 30 days why minor
'should not drive. B R
David Jerome --
pled guilty
driving under influence (DUD), fined -
$700, license suspended six mon WHOLE or HALF
ths, attend DUI school, Tri County
To See How
Probation one year. Easy
*Crliss3 pled guilty DWLS; fined
$14650, Tri County Probation one IIBEYES

year.''Robert 'Dean Darden pled guilty Much Youll Save

TJWLS; fined $146.50. ,
'f-'Kimela Latrell Ferguson pledfjodlty
improper tag; $50 court costs. ;
\Matthew Edward Fontaine pled When You Use Our

.".pilty. violation of driver license ': ;" )
restrictions; provide valid license i,
.and pay $50 or pay $120.25. "
Ronnie Lee Frazier pled guilty Measuring Tape.
TJVDL present license in 30 days d ._a
and will dismiss. ,4
James Daniel Gatlin pled guilty = The surest way to measure would. So, when we say "low

Improper tag; provided valid tag, ,\ your savings Is to shop at prices"; we mean it. Check SLICED
Cynthia C.Goodson provided valid // Winn-Dixie, because we have your cash register tape, and
license;charge DWLS, dismissed. / low prices every day. We know see for yourself. Our proof Is LB. FREE
i David Steven Gray pled no contest '' that If could better You're to
.DWLS, fined $146.50. /-J'lM', 'tFQ treX'. you get a on paper. going see ,
'\." Ronald value someplace else, you the difference at Wlnn-Dlxle. W-D BRAND U.s. CHOICE BONELESS
Gulley pled guilty
I ;; \ $ "
/DWLS;-fined $120.25. DELMONICO STEAKS 4
'rit (Deanna C. Hamilton pled no con-
'tost' NVDL; provided valid license,

.... '",.dismissed.J!)peed Hamilton to.attend pled defensive guilty unlawful driving1'lscbooL Make your plans to attend "' 4IAFOUR (DAY) 2

Alan C. Hilgendorf pled guilty
DWLS; present license and pay $50court WINN-DIXIE'S I

t Ceorge Anthony Jarrell pled guilty tl "
.expired tag; $50 court costs. 1
.L' Ozell Jones, Jr. pled guilty DWLS, "* 12est: .IflJ1lt1ie<< ? @lltest
($50 court costs. !
;Jones jled.guUty unlawful speed Fun food Entertainment r-
(fined.$132. ."4-. ;: ,::= :; comPI.rul..nd.nlry..iJlanfc; "I..Wlnn'O"'O"'O'WJK'For "
_,.' ';CantrelI Lamar Lee charged with Information) call
SIJWLS; Tri County Probation to pay C'A CtL-
%$T20.29 fine in 30 days The Whole Family!
:'Ometnas Deon Long charged withOVAL
;. provided valid license,

4/dismissed,James C:: Lovell charged with no September 22 & 23 at the Jacksonville Prime Osborn Convention Center.

J, mobile;, home tag; provided valid Be sure to get your discount admission coupons at your neighborhood Wlnn-Dlxle.
TMRdiwmssed Category ((7437))
V fVohn Mark Mazzola pled no con- 'Cruise arrangements courtesy LIFECO Travel
tDWSL; show proof of valid Finalist for Pie Contest will be judged at theo
Jjiieense. and dismiss. Festival of Food Show Sat. Sept. 23. 11 a.m.
'*',:Robert McClain pled guity DWLS;
{present valid license and pay $50
!5Durt costs x EVERYDAY
.r *Jimmy-McDamels charged with EVERYDAY
mobile home tag; provided validdismlased. r ( LOW PRICE i
,'C. McElhenny pled no LOW PRICE
i $ *NVDL; dismissed. :
: Mitchell pled guilty Improper ,,,,.. i ia
tag; costs suspended. .,n.wrI
S 1 I Ir
Seeber Moody NVDL; /I I I
,.Ttllfimlssed, costs suspended
'Johnny Glenn Nettles pled no con- /INCLUDES 2 EACH _
tel"-DWLS; provided valid license, C THIGHS LEGS, BREASTS iJ 1 I
tost*suspended, dismissed. i WINOS
.Lee Jay Nugent pled no contest SOUTHERNFRIED '
TDWLS: ; fined $120.25, 60 days Tri _

'County:\ ProbationtJiJerry Don Robbins. ,Jr. pled guilty CHICKEN ___
AWLS; fined 12025. I i
'. jjfreddie Lee Rochelle charged ;
';vrith DWLS; provided valid license, $4gg

., ....dismissed.. ; Bo i iOLD
;ji .. ;bWLS;' provided valid license and
,;,;t l>.:y JSOcourt costs. FASHION BUTTER,
r; 1.MelissaKayThompson pled guilty .
OWLS-;- provided valid license,
dismissed.X 'I( < .;: iVIRYP 1J "OW..RI ..' IVI.YDA"ft' tow .RICI
.Angela Murray Wallace pled'DUlj' :::A'r:', REGULAR, LITE or
; fined $437.50, license : GENUINE DRAFT
:'gggpended six months. 50 hours com- \' '7; 2 9 "MILLER REOULAR or LIGHT LIQUID DISH
... .n....., BEER
Continue License ;

'Vehlcle Inspections
: /
:: 1 i Bradford County 12PKi $129
The'Florida Highway Patrol will 12-oz. 790sue
j'W' conducting driver license and CANS 3 2-oz. 32-oz.
'- # vehicle lnspectlon checkpoints dun'bit CHABLIS, BLUSH CHABU8. RHINE.ROSE, BLUSH JAR BTU.
\ ": : .the'wee of Sept 8 through Sept. ...MI'.2/CHOUSTIOL RHINE or GOLD CHABLISALMADEN
'"J4'. It-21, SR-l00, SR-230, SR-18, 99 ASTOR INSTANT 9 DIXIE HOME $ 39

; ''.&J61\;''CR'lB CR-125,, CR-16 CR-229, CR-21B CR-231,, ECKRICH $19 WINES . . LtL3 TEA MIX . s 1 TEA BAGs. . Imo r 1

-t al; ni,'R-221, CR-230 and CR-100A LITE HAM ..."

.1Vte" the public by defective vehicle REGULAR TABLETS
I ,_ iji! ent. .Troopers will concen- LITE SI 69 PEPSI SHAMPOO 8' I MEDIC
:t:.:, 'r efforts on vehicles being "AU
;. ted with defects such as bad BOLOGNA .... COLA OL"...... -=.i_ CGMMTroMER ASPIRIN'
'r- :-.r .worn tires and defective Pty ASPIRIN
J Y equipment. In addition, at- 9
r .... n, wiil. be directed to driversould V HERRLICH BAKED x $1'
violate the driver license HONEY CURED SQ29 2.LTR. $185 ... 250 ggo
Florida 11-os. +r '
Patrol has found these checkto HAM : . Li BTL 8TL. DTL.
be an effective means of en- RBOUULAR LOW SALT or WHEAT REGULAR or UNNTIVE SKB/
the' equipment and driver meLIANam' $131 I KEEBLfe ZESTA BI DISPOSABLE $ 34 CLOSE UP $131'BREAD

31. laws!of Florida while insur- . uw SALTINES . ':: $108 RAZOR . . nic I TOOTHPASTE . \ .
Ute!.protection of all motorists.

-/'I lour. County

'Xcta'conducting Florida(nspection Highway driver checkpoints license Patrol dur-will and Clean Stores and :kt1fl-IHrfI!

: : i 4 J Ute SR-IOO week,of SR-121 Sept.SR-231 8 through,SR-241 Sept.till' ., I .

f :$381 :CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
tl, : 25;:CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- .
>A Union_ County.
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The September7.1SH9 TKI.RGKAMI.TIMES: J\1USI1'OIt..JSS""I'ION I'

I Marshall Chosen for DuPont Seminar I IIh

Mark FricdtiiiBCT DuPont Plant Managers extend facilities. Three of the teachers technology and "misunderstood and
Chiropractic Staff WrU..rBradford annual invitations to qualified chosen won 1988 Presidential mistrusted"and that the misconceptions -
School teachers to make applications to the Awards for Excellence in Science can best be corrected through
Center science High teacher Greg Marsha yearly workshops and local DuPont Teaching. science education and the schools.
and "DuPont scientists introduce the This is the third time Marshall has
of 19 in his field in the Plant Manager Donald Luebke offered
V was one just Marshall at a teachers to polymer technology and participated in a sponsored science
OVER 700 INSURANCE nr VA Berrv nation chosen to participate in the the invitation to
COMPANIES ACCEPTED 1'JII'J\ DuPont Honor's Workshop in local Rotary meeting. biotechnology with a combination of workshop. His first was a National
and lectures hands-on laboratory experience Science Foundation Grant In the In-
Del. July
AUTO ACCIDENTS WORK INJURIES Wilmington "It is an honor for"us in the Starke and field trips," Luebke struction of A.P. Chemistry at
HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN August. community to have Greg chosen to said. Oglethorpe University in Atlanta,
NECK & ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS Marshall and 19 other top science participate in this selective Georgia. The second was another
MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL and chemistry teachers from across workshop," Manager Luebke said. Marshall wrote a two-page essayto National Science Grant sponsored
the country have been selected for "It also represents an excellent ex- accompany his application. The project in which he and 20 other
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18 the all-expense paid trip to Wilm- ample of partnering between education subject? It was about Bradford teachers broke down a college textbook -
and industry at the local level." Into smaller, easily
ington to a attend a seminar at the County being a rural county where more
company's Experimental Station en- Marshall and the other teachers technology and science are becoming understood sections for high school
titled "Polymers and the New selected are from 12 states where more and more important. Greg
DuPont has major operating said he feels that science andCOOTMOMT See Pap 48
864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut) Biology"

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are your legal rights when
everyday problems occur for which
SEPT. 7-13, 1989.
there seems no ready answer?
PREMIUM GRADE In order to help the layman confronted
N with legal problems Santa
FRYER HICKORY SWEET Fe Community College will presenta
series of free seminars in The Pea
SELECT LEAN ple's Law School starting Tuesday,
WINGS THIGHS SLICED Sept. 12, in the SFCC auditorium
WHOLE or RIB HALF 3000 N.W. 83rd St., Gainesville.The .
seminars will be conducted by

PORK LOIN or DRUMSTICKS BACON from through practicing 7 to October attorneys 9 p.m.17.each Admission and Tuesday judges is

free but seating is limited. Reservations
should be made immediately
9-11 LB. STORE by calling 1-395-5135 to register.
"The realm of law is often confus-
PKG. HOURS ing to the average person,and these
seminars will attempt to explain it in
8 AM. layman's language, understandableto
TIL everyone,"says Harlan Trofholtz
director of business programs at
11 P.M. gg SFCC. "Everyday problems that bring -
people into contact with the law
will be discussed whether a
landlord/tenant dispute or a small
SLICEDLB. claims court settlement" he added.
The seminar will also include
FREE LB. LB. Issues arising from divorce and
child custody, which should benefit

MILD MEDIUM or HOT when breaks
rights a marriage
PORK LOIN . La $167 FRYER BREAST .IB. $158. SAUSAGE . . La S1 148 Other seminars will include: Explaining up.-
the Court System; How to
Select an Attorney; What to do it
you're wrongfully injured; Worker
Compensation; Small Claims Court;
W-O REGULAR HICKORY SWEET FILL! YOUR Criminal Law, the Jury System;
FRANKS Business Law; and Estates and Pro
or BONELESS bate.

U BOLOGNA HAMS FREEZERT! H E G R E A T their Participating time in order lawyers to explain will the donate law

for: in everyday language that everyonecan
880 $199 PORK JACKSONVILLE understand.
$980 iI
12-oz.SIZE" L9. RIBLETS . . ':ar DUCK

.. Dislocated Worker
..1 140....t f.. f tattt$690 RTCE .,
BACON . .101 __ _ Program UnderwaySuwannee
$199 DUCK RACE, SEPTEMBER 23, 1989.
CHIPPED ''t WHOLE 1. $5.00 DONATION GETS YOU Inc., began implementation of the
TURKEY BEEF PATTIES Job Training Partnership Act Title
I I V $1490 SEE YOUR STORE FOR COMPLETE DETAILS. (EDWAAA) on July 1, 1989 in Brad-
% I) SPARERIBS Jfolf ford, Columbia, Hamilton
3 go 8 8 Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee andUnion
1N-oz. 4'wfdj7 SOUTHERN PRIDE Counties.
LB $399
BEEF PATTIES stE The EDWAAA Program is designed -
. 101, to help dislocated workers get the
HARVEST skills they need to re-enter and com-
pete in the workforce through training -
programs and job placement
uoW IIJ1 FRESH Who qualifies for EDWAAA?
d Individuals terminated or laid off
:1; from a job. .
t $ PRODUCEs Individuals who have received
I notice from their company of an Im-
s s s J H s s ] s JfiH 1 1 rRESrroE pending layoff or termination affec-
Hi11i7 ICE CREAM I-' I Nature makes the produce. ting them.Longterm.
unemployed ((15 of the
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
a s 1 1 s 1 s NxLF S2 10 s t last 26 weeks) who have limited opportunity
6 L for re-employment in the
same job, or have substantial bar-
WHiTe riers to employment such as age,
SEEDLESSGRAPES physical ability, lack of education or

Self-employed training. Individuals who are
unemployed due to economic condi-
tions or natural disasters may be
: certified eligible.Displaced .
7geIVIRYDAY homemakers-- individuals *
!k who are unemployed with
LB. limited job experience.
Individuals interested In obtainingmore
information on the EDWAAA
should contact their local
LOW' PRICI._ .,. CALIfORNIA SREC office for more information:
ALL VARIETIES EXCEPT LASAGNA, SLICED BEEP .If": ".., ";' Bradford Cindy Day, 964-6696; or
SUPERBRAND $148 or VEAL PARMIOIANA : :: t; NEIWI'JlRINES Union,Mary Bristow, 496-2342.
(: ::'

$5O0L ):: !{( Youth Competency
771) Program In OperationSuwannee

:: 2
. = cil, Inc., is operating the Job Train-
990 SUPERBftANO CHEESE Ing Partnership Act, Title II-A.
24-01. LONGHORNHALFMOON DANO'S GOURMET $199 Youth Competencies Program in

BTL, . J $149 PIZZA . sJl 'ffJ.ijtflfty' t > BAKING JUMBO Madison Bradford,, Suwannee Hamilton,, and Lafayette Union,

5TAmIOfWIOII"LIMONAe YOPLAIT $ 00 PEPPERIDGE FARM $-fl 69 tdPO'Tj' OES This program is designed to serve

DRINKS . L UO YOGURT . 3 ts 1 LAYER CAKES . o: I 3 economically between 14-21 years disadvantaged of age. The youth pro- '

.. MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. ,FOR 9 g"" gram improve will give their youth basic the opportunityto education

PHARMACY skills, obtain job-seeking skills and
26/3 O-CT. 4 TO 6 01. learn job-keeping skills.
I WILL NOT JUMBO WHITE LOBSTERKNOWINGLY Youth that are certified eligible
for the program will be placed on an
SHRIMP TAILSWl DELMONTE $148 Atari computer to improve in the
'- BI umnsoio PINEAPPLES. .u. basic academic skills of reading,
-.d end-_..u 1 math and/or language arts. Pr.-
-....- --.....,._lpll...............""' FKHERMANSWt $ 9 9 Employability Skills classes will beheld
::;. 79 $49 9ge : to teach the youth job-seeking
.....PCSNMendllEDlCAlDend......,ell..... ONIONS. . stESAS skills.Upon successful completion ofPreEmployablllty p..odPUOR--' :RESH SEAFOOD LB EA. Skills, youth will
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.. ........-...., ...............|uM SNOW CRAB $ 99'FRESH SEAFOOD $ i99 'ELITE 9ge employers to learn Jo Acorn

Z.LfllM;; *Md..|MM MMUilillgiM Ml*..MThanks end-*..-'I...eonttet... your CLUSTERS . u tS SALAD i . u MUSHROOMS !S plete skins.the Youth program that successfully will:receive an in-

centive payment of 1402.00.

to Overall be a theeducational and
work experience for the youth. In-
for Winn-Dixie. terested youth should call the local
Shopping Suwannee River Economic!: : Council,
Inc.. office for more Information.
CALL TODAY I Bradford Cindy
Day,1M-I SI8; Union,Mary BristoW,
4962342.I .

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i ECU students. He has also authored a additional funds for other costs as m Marshall is certified to tenchj\,, .,
published research paper. well. physical science, earth science and-
This is the sixth year DuPont has chemistry and has now taught for
I h sponsored an Honors Workshop.The Originally from Massachusetts the past 12 years. <.
I I II company has provided financial Marshall lived In Jacksonville from Marshall is married to the former .
assistance to science and engineer the age of 6, graduating from For- Lynn Cn'Cne'who teaches at Hampton ,
ing at the college level for more than rest High. He earned a degree in Elementary! School. They havea .
LEA t 70 years and totals$15 million in this Chemistry from the University of !son, Greg; II: and daughter.Jessica! ,;;
fiscal year alone. Florida where he stayed on to work !)I. Lynn's father, 'Henry Greene was:.
The Honors Workshop programwas as a technologist and a technical 110 administrator of IJnionllradford"Vo.'I'I'ch -
Kqtit initiated in 1984 as a cooperative researcher for the Institute of Food and taught electronics.!
with the National ScienceTeacher's
11; e ht program
tyl' 'Y.ry
.art Association and the Na-

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. Scout NewsBoy Brownie Troop 690 made a day trip Senior Troop 669 travelled to
I I to Disneyland. Their last meeting Atlanta, Stone Mountain in August.
was at the Stables for a hayride. Advisors Judy Dukes, Laurie
Scout Leaders Lynne Foster, Shan Johns, Mullins, Andrea Abrams.
LeeAnn Dampier. Super summer trooper goes to Effective Rate :.
Girl Scout Hampton Junior Troop 31 spent Lake Butler Junior Troop 461, they / Deposit Annual Compounded
New Member Roundup three days in Fort Wilderness Cam- continued their regular meetings 9 0 O 11 o Amount YieldMonthly
pground. They visited MGM Studios troop camped at Chowenwaw in
Schools in Bradford and Union and River Country. Leader Debra June, attended Neyati Day Camp .
(Counties will be open at 7:30: p.m. Broome. with nine active members and three $
September 14 for the annual Boy Junior Troop 605 travelled to Cadettes (bridgers,spent the day in Effective Annual Yield 8. 75 8.41
Scout/Girl Scout Fall Roundup. Boardwalk and Baseball and Wild Waters in.luly and ,participated I $100,000 More'99'999 ,
Keystone Heights will Roundup ut already have a campout planned in in an Award Ceremony in August.Their or
the PFA meeting Sept. 7 at the October Six graders( were treated to bridging Brownies 1oI..kc.dllllll
I Klriwntary: School. Contact I'.inline a trip to Six Flags. (They earned alot earned the Summer .I'atch with the $50,0008, 65 8 .,32
Carter ;il 47I-HH56: : for further mlor- of cookie dough I 'Lenders Mary Junior Troop and everyone learned
mation. !Looney, Diane Moody and Peg to cook in a liolc. Leaders Nancy %
The Roundup in 15 Northeast Trnnbel.! Webster, liobbi Howell, Ann 8. 64
Florida counties is a joint project of Daisy Troup 410 made a trip to the Schncck Paula Caldwell Crissmun! $45,999, 8.60 8.27Rate
lli' North Florida Council, Hoy Jacksonville. Leader Peg Trim- Most of the leaders and I many of
Scouts of America and Gateway Gu I hie. the scouts attended. Neyati Day:
Scout Council, Inc., to provide young Cadelte Troop 520 core camped atChowenwa Camp in June as well as their own Compounded Monthly ', '
lu,\s and girls and their parents all w. Leaders Dianne summer activities.Leaders $100,000 or More9Month$5008 50 8 18 :
opportunity to learn more about the Westcott and Janinc Sellers.
(tin !'iiul/ adventure of Seoul Junior Troop 614 travelled In a Needed
I Kljers will be given to interested rented van to Boardwalk and Leaders 11/111// .... assistant:. leadersfor
students in school next week. The Baseball spending the night; at a all levels of Girl: Scouting are
programs begin at 7:30: p m. in the Days Inn. Leaders Betsy Hersey and needed <4S we"Iac'll 1 he Scout year I II I
designated location. Anyone interested Gloria Johns. you can give two hours a week to
in joining a Scout unit( Daisy Troop :312: ended their scout meet with a wondci'till HI imp ol girls .
should\ bring a parent or uuardum.Boy year with a swim party at their please call Mary Loonuy at !Hi4 6127or
Scouts include Tiger Cubs leader's home. Leaders I'a III Thrift, Carolyn Eaves al !tail 1 1i:1II5: ( or CD
first grade; Cub Scouts, second Dorene Davis. J64-5812. WK NEED: : YOU( ,
through fifth grades; Boy Scouts, Brownie Troop 301 enjoyed a trip Anyone interested voiding Is .
sixth through eight grades; and Explorers to Marineland. Leaders Mary Bott encouraged to attend Roundup in
ninth grade and above (a and David Bott. your area Sept! 14.
cued program I. -
rl.s include"Daisics, .
Effective Rate
kin 'lgitrlc1\; Br.owryes l-3: rudos! ,, Bradford / Deposit I tcit -II:trP): !
JUI ,rs 4-6 grades;".pieties,, 7'SK /o Amount ..-A.nDU al bs 9' !ooun\ i '1 t'1ss! Buf
Seniors, 10.12 grades. Chiropractic CenterStarke 9 oo -;, Yiel d! <.onriyt: (} .. 'I vo art) oi no' 'ih
Adults interested in scouting are .
also-encouraged to attend Office ,

Cub Scouts Roundup 218 S. Walnut St. Effective Annual Yield $7499999: 0- 8 8 5 8 51 '

Enjoy $75,000 or More
Next lo the Chamber or Commerce
Summertime EventsCub

joyed Scout several Pack summertime 367 of Starke excur en. 964-4957 $25.000-49,999. 80 8 46

sions.In %
June they swam and enjoyed a PAIN CONTROL 8.64 $10000-

Park.picnic They at Gold were Head accompanied Branch State by Headaches rf- 24.999. 50 8 18

their families and leaders. Neck & Arm INJURIES
July 28-30 the Cubs enjoyed a two- Rate Compounded Monthly
night campout at Gold Head. The Mid Back .Work Related $75,000 or More $5008 40 8 09
Cubs enjoyed swimming, hiking and Low Bach & Leg Sports .
roasting marshmallows over an Personal
oper fire. Some of the badge require-
ment in their Webelo and Hear A.ito AccidentsDR.
Handbooks were met.
Attending the campout was Chris W. DAVID DIKES
Sapp, Bryan Gunter, Shiloh !Lee, DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
Matthew Key, Steven Hayncs, Mar CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
cus Mott and Webelo Den Chief Mitchell Liquidity Plus
Gunter. Adults included Cub- ll'1-. TilE TEAM APPROACH
master Ricky Mott, Assistant Cub-
Leader Jerry Lee and Bear Den HOURS A DAY 7 DAY A WHI-.K Money Market Account
Leader Glenn Gunter and Wanda QD
Gunter. 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER ,
August 19 the Scouts enjoyed a Oim-ulloura! : Man. -FIt. 8:30 Kit fly Appointment
fun-filled day participating in
various sport events. Sports included Effective Rate
a sack race, dart throw, three- o/ DeposIt Annual Compounded
legged race -soFtball throw, egg 8.71 o Amount Yield
toss/relay and soccer kick.The boys Auto Insurance.For _Monthly
participating in this event were
Shiloh Lee, Chris and Karl Sem- ,-

John broski Goetzman J. C. Collins and Matthew Marcus Mott.Key, prompt personal attention, Effective$75,000 Annual or More.Yield 74$50,000 8.46 8. 15

Two little sisters, Michelle Key and give us a call ...
Christin Mott, joined the fun. Ribbons '
were awarded at the end of the $49,9998.21 7.91
event. Leaders Key, Lee, Yvcttc Helping You Is What We Do Best. .. J
I Key, Dana Goetzman and .
Molt led the event. Ricky 8 38t"I .. ,,, ,. .
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Cubs who attended '
summertime ivents will two be out awarded of three DAVID BEATTY .. I ,. .1 I '. ii. '

Scout a Summertime uniform. Pin to go on their AGENCY MANAGERW. Rate Compounded Monthly For more information and up-to-the- ','

"BUD" KEYS minute rates on Florida Federal's
$75.000 or More .
'I I BU Girl Scouts Agent Liquidity Plus Account,call or visit ,

Were On The Move your local branch office listed below. 't ,
During the Summer UNION COUNTY '. irho a. ,
325 S.E. 6th Street 2270 N. Temple Avenue
Girl Scout Troops in Bradford A Starke. FL 32091
t Lake BuUer. FL 32054 '
Union Neighborhood did not rest '
I long they travelled.during the summer vacation ((904)) 496-2171 t ((904)) 964-6369 Florida Federal :;

Brownie Troop 683 had a picnic
hayride at the Stables on US-301
I I'' south of Starke and made a day trip r f
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I. to Wild Waters. Leaders Joan a lac--rwsr nu.n w MM Wall .wna&.UM..wwvw.anwm.w.r .
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J Festival of the Lakes. about taxes? thousands of tax preparersover
LIFE a PRAISE MINISTRIES' ". Now there's a stressless past 23 years.
Post Office Drawer 939 way to feel better. Simply They're ready now with an
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LRM EditorIt "Come experience the difference"/ make the tax laws work for: Successful graduates receive
was a great Labor Day weekendfor Schedule of Services: your Individual situation. Certificates of Achievementand
art lovers throughout the area as Sunday Morning Worship continuing education
And our experienced
the 12th Annual Festival of the
Lakes held at Theme Park off 10-30 am Instructors will tell you units (CEU). Qualified
Lawrence Blvd. filled the weekend Sunday Evening Worship what's In and what's out for graduates may be offered Job
with entertainment, displays and 7:00 pmWednesday the coming tax season. Interviews for positions withH
good food. And for a change, theweatherman's Evening Worship Learn how to zero In on the & R Block. Block Is,
predictions of rain 730pm
failed to come to the lake region and tax strategies that can save however under no obligation
for two beautiful days the Festival you and your clients the to offer employment nor are
took place under sun shinning skies. $ NETTLES TREE most money... profit from graduates under any
The festival is sponsored year by the Keystone Heights Jr.woman's .
ployment with Block.
Club.It ,Pruning changing tax laws...
was a big turn out as browsersgot S ?\? Improve your tax pre-
a chance to view and purchasefine :Trimming. ..>'.<,, .. ; De-mossing'::0 '. ,,>, paration skills... and Classes are being offered at
art work on display by some of Increase the kinds of forms the Starke Office. For more
the finest artists in North Florida Specializing, In Removal of and ,schedules you can information or to enroll stop
and '
South Georgia. I Dangerous Trees by the H & R Block Office In
w& prepare and
This year's Festival had a new ad- confidently;
dition to the ever expanding event, JsS.FREE Estimates competently! Bradford Square (next to
when the Jr. Women's Club held a 'u"ucetlstd& Insured Our experienced instruc- Eckerd's Drug Store) H & R
raffle for a chance to win 15 pieces of tR Kid CaD Thomas D.Nettles tors have trained Block's new location. Do It
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tribute to the Scholastic Scholarship Festival and was hailed as a big this year.
sponsored each year by both the Jr. event. This was the first year the The Children's Comer included aWoman's
Club and the Woman's breakfast was held and the good marionette show by Margaret Pit-
Club. eating was provided by Keystone tenger; face painting by Fufu, the
Rotary Club.Throughout. clown and a moon-Walk demonstra-
Members of the Interact Club tion. .S *Yr
were seen throughout the event the weekend the
volunteering their services. The Instreets, were lined with cars as both Gymnastics, aerobic karate and
teract Club Is a Keystone Heights local and out of towners enjoyed the ballet demonstrations filled the bill "
High School club sponsored by the annual event. for entertainment.
Keystone Heights Rotary Club. Pottery, paintings, photography, The theme for this year's event is 4b zw
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ChargedIn rested August 26 on a capias for child, according to Deputy William ,f ... of / ,.. :
failure to to E.Starner. Bullard was arrested Ju- ; 1:.J. ,S. \ .'
according .
Car Theft appear ,. -
Deputy Danny Thrift. Bond was set ly 3 for lewd act upon a sixyearoldchild. ., ... .' ..' Vf... \"... <.. : fea
After CrashFour at 1000. The new charges are a resultof ,..
the same June 26 incident. Bond "",j; ,.. ......__._. ..1ft'! 1k 5?
men were arrested for auto '
Esteban Soto 38 arrested was set at$10,000.Lawrence .
was ..
theft August 31 after a wreck in the 't 'j
car they are accused of stealing. Aug. 24 on a Hillsborough County ''- _, ,..,. I
Scott Andrews 19, was .
The men were charge of aggravated assault with a 'TfIt.. ,
stolen 1983 Cadillac.passengers The driver in of a firearm, false imprisonment, according arrested Aug 28 on a capais for ; ',.. '\. ,
theft auto and forgery, according 01'v/
to Deputy Jason Bennett. grand itt '
the car apparently fled after the !
Gene Lee. Andrewswas .
Deputy .
wreck two miles north of Lawtey on ,. d
Brevard Correc- .
US-301. Kenneth Warren Davis, 23, of picked up t.
tional Institution. Bond was set at '
Starke arrested 25 for flH
was Aug.
Willie Jones, 23, of Alachua; "-
Ulysses Eugene Hall, 22, of Orange disorderly intoxication,according to 8000. to.-. '
Lake; Steven Thomas, 22, of McIntosh Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Davis was Lawrence Lamar Woods, 40, was \ .'"' .
; Nathan Eugene Hemngton arrested during a confrontation in arrested for aggravated assault, ac- tI'
18, of Gainesville were charged with Lincoln City with alcohol on his cording to Deputy Rhoden. Bond 04' ': I I
grand theft auto, according to breath. Bond was set at$250,he was was set at $5,000, he was released to I
Trooper Donald Dean. Bond was set released on his own recognizance.Myra be transported to Veterans Hospital. ..
at $5,000 for the charge. Hall and (,
Thomas were released after surety Arriago, 25, was arrested James Howard Rodgers, 46, was t
bonds were posted. Aug, 24 for battery, according to arrested Aug. 21 for disorderly in- .
Deputy Bennett. Bond was set at toxication, according to Deputy I 1N1)i
Starke Man ChargedIn $500. Rhoden. He was released after a ( :
$250 cash bond was posted.
Cocaine SaleA Ogden Keith Collins, 25, was arrested I
35-year-old Starke man was arrested Aug. 22 for possession of less Andrew Lee Rodgers, 36, of Duval I Ie II
Sept. 1 and charged with soiling than 20 grams of marijuana accor- County was charged Aug. 22 on a ... I
and possessing cocaine last ding to Sgt. David Goodner. Collinsis capias with inmate In possession of \ I.
Rodney Alan Christian was charged year.- also wanted on a charge of cross controlled substance (New RIVerd r.J
with sale of a controlled burning from New Jersey. He is be- according to Deputy Lee.
substance and possession of controlled ing detained for authorities from was set on the charge. .
substance(cocaine),according to that state. traffic '". I

FL>LE Agent Paul Fuentez. Chris- Vivian Burch was arrested Aug.22 Michael S. Elder, 26, of Jackson- I '
tian was charged on a warrant for
ville was arrested Aug. 25 for failureto
for disorderly intoxication, accor-
allegedly 1988. selling cocaine Nov. 9, ding to Lt. David Aderholt. appear for driving while license Arsenic" Old Lace Comln<<...
suspended (DWLS).according to Lt. Officer O'Hara.cap t> "odlcnee M be expllwu tin plot of hU would be play to bound and gagged theatre
LeadsTo Patricia Mock Arnold, 39, was ar- Aderholt. He was released after a attic Mortimer BrvMtor. ,white the dvUmu Dr.Eliuteln looki on In thl scene from"Anenle Old Uce",which II
Fight rested Aug. 22 for spouse battery, $101.25 cash bond was posted. now b tit*dew rehear dads for the"J C'OmIn8lerl.- performance Mt for Sept. IS, 16 and :31.Tkketi .

;ArrestA according released after to Deputy a $500 Thrift.surety She bond was Eugene Marvin Richardson, 54,of are BOW o.oh)at Mitchell'.Drup SFCC and Stump Department Store In Starke. I!
31-year-old Starke man was ar- was posted. Lulu was arrested Aug. 21 for driv-
rested late Wednesday night after a ing under influence (DUI (second
fight with his girlfriend and her offense to Deputy Bond was set at $215.25. he was Ronald James Ros 26, of Karl Ketler, 23, of Starke was arrested
Verashl Ravonnie Kell Pernell,21, ), his 27 for DUI to
brother. Thrift. He released after a released on own recognizance.Alan Jacksonville was arrested Aug. 27 Aug according
Danny Ray Maloy was arrested was arrested Aug. 24 for failure to was bond was posted. for DUI, according to Trooper Bill Sgt. Goodner. Ketter admitted to I
Aug. 30 after deputies were called to appear for trespass on school $1,000 surety Bunn, Jr.,27,of Brooker was Abrams.Ross' blood alcohol content smoking pot according tothe JI
a disturbance at 11:45 p.m. on Grif- grounds, according to Patrolman Troy Leonard Portis,21,of Orange arrested Aug. 26 for OWLS according was .12 percent. He was released report He was released after a $500 I
Smith. He was released on his own to Patrolman Bob McGrath. He after $500 bond was posted. surety bond was posted.GETTING .
fis Loop,according to Deputy Danny recognizance. Park was arrested Aug. 26 for a surety I I1
Thrift.Maloy allegedly ran from the DWLS, according to Patrolman was released after a $215.25 surety ---.- II I
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deputy but was apprehended and Perry Gorman. Portis was also was posted.
Joseph Beard, 20, was arrested ---1
after a struggle was transported to Aug. 27 for failure to appear for wanted in Clay County (six counts) FHP Troopers I
Jail. Maloy was charged with burglary grand theft, robbery, ac- and Duval County (three counts) on Continue License i
disorderly intoxication, battery of a cording to Deputy Thrift. Bond was warrants for worthless checks.Bond 1 CONDiTIONYOUR
law enforcement officer, ag- set at $6,000.Michael was set at $2.043. Vehicle Inspections '
gravated assault, resisting arrest
with violence, said Thrift. Bond was Renard Davis, 27, of Walter Curtis Harmon, 38,was arrested Bradford CountyThe
set at $500. Maloy was also chargedon Lawtey was arrested Aug. 27 for Aug. 23 for DWLS, accordingto Florida Highway Patrol will
a Duval warrant for violation of assault with aggravated Patrolman Gordon Smith. He was be conducting driver license and
probation for two counts false im- ,according to Sgt.H.a D.deadly Grif- released after a $215.25 surety bond vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
weapon i
the week of 1
prisonment. fis.Davis allegedly threatened a victim was posted. Sept. through Sept. I
7 SR-21, SR-230 SR-18,
on Sit-lOOt.
in the of witnesses witha
Recent ArrestsIn wooden presence club at the Handy Way in Michael Eugene Silver 31, of SR-16, CR-18, CR-16 CR-21B ;
Bradford CountyThe Lawtey. Bond was set at $5,000. Starke was arrested Aug. 25 for CR-225, CR.I25.1CRm, CR-231, WATER '!
DWLS, according to Lt. Aderholt. CR227I.CR221.K230 and CR-100A
following individuals were ar- Terry C. Bullard 20, of Jackson- in Bradford_County. __. _.
rested in Bradford County by local ville was additionally charged by the f !
authorities.Neil state attorney with sexual battery on WITHOUT
a child less than 12 years of age and i
Norman Golden; 31, was ar- lewd lascivious act in presence of I

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
I to off the Bradford County H'iCI"SpACE) 500 sq. ft. for rent on vicinity of CR 227 S Sampson City Rd.WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE HAP. ..... .....
K.legroph Ice In writing and paid Inadiance Hwy 301. Stork. Apply at Durrance Reword 964-6727 Itchg 9/7 PY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It Works!II I COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at Its bestl 800' of paved winging
'ablished unless with this credit office.It already Pump S Supply. 964-7061. S/25TF LOST BULLDOG white with dark right Now available for cats too. Gutor. driveway to this superb 3500 (f home. The home has beautiful wooden floors
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD FOR LEASE W/OPTION 137.139 E. Call eye, brown on ears long tall. Reward. form Supply Ole Glory Feed & carpet, vaulted ceilings, 4 levels of living space, Ig. foyer, eat-In kitchen with
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN St. 3500 sq. ft. with loading front and 964-8820 or 9648293. 2tchg 9/7-14 ColdKlit. 8/24 lOtpd 10/26 new built-in appliances formal dining room Ig. living S family rooms with
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER rear Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849 daysor AKCCOCKElSPA1IEL5for sal*. 10 fireplaces 4 BR., 3 Full Baths. 2Vi baths. Inside utility room. 3 sunbathing
THE TELEPHONE. 781-2078 nights. 8/24 4tchg 9/14 week old. Call 9 am.6 p.m. 275-2170. deck., 100 ft. on Lake Geneva 2'/i Ac. with sprinkler system Ig. oaks,
GREAT LOCATION Across from 8/31 9/07
i ,InsMfied, deadline ii TUESDAY NOON. KOA/Wal Mart. Highway! 301, 2000 sq 2tchg azaleas, dogwoods, camellias. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgts. Assum.
,iinor, to Thursday publication. ft. $600/Month. 964-8848; evenings Mtg. Must see to appreciate!
( '"".fled display deadline Is TUESDAY. GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA: 292' on water and extending
473-3627. 8/31 TFN ,
,00 P.M. Special Classified display PARTIALLY COMPLETED 1000 sq. ft. fast to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots
placement. Is NOT Guaranteed. food location across from KOA/Wal HELP $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000.
Minimum, charge for classified, ads I.I Is Mart. 964-8848; evenings 4733627. .....COMMERCIAL....
I i') words for $3.50. then 15 cents forlorn WOW! WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAL! Carradlnes Lawtey. Approx. 600' on
word thereafter. $1 billing charg. MOBILE HOMES RENTAL PROPERTY OWNERS BAN Hwy 301. 10 acres of land 3300 s.f. store and living quarters paved drivewaywith
wll be added to each CHARGED $149,500

ASSESSMENT. ACT NOW!! dance floor, barstools, tables, chairs, liquor license included. Could easily
TRUCKS. VANS ONE ACRE FENCED 'lots of oaks, refurbish kitchen and have a restaurant also. He has on excellent drive-In
horseshoe driveway nicely landscaped Resolutions will be submitted to County window. 2'/t acres on HOT corner. Hwy 100 8 Hwy. 26. Separate living

'-; ir TRUE? Jeeps for $44 through theto with lots of shrub 8x12 wired Commissioners at their Sept. 13,7:30 quarters included. Owner would finance with good down payment I $220,000
shed 6x5 walk-in p.m.
utility house
'ernm.nt? Call for facts! pump SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building. Enterprise Zone.
with 04" well. 2 BR, 1 bath trailer with THE RENTAL PROPERTY OWNERS Reduced
Starke. $49.900
i H2-/42 1142 Ext. 609. 2tpd 9/7.14 Hearing. Downtown Assum. Mtg. to
MTENTION: GOVERNMENT SEIZED large wrap-around deck. 23000. Will NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished on.
"EHICLES from $100. Fords. Mercedes. consider' any terms. MUST SELL. ASSOCIATION BR apartments, fully occupied with excellent occupancy record; heating and
( voiles, Chevys. Surplus Buyers 473-3264 & 7821221. 4tchg 8/17-9/7 SIGNATURE AND DONATIONS!! cooling unit In each apartment. Good cash flow! $147,000
'.iiuie 1-6028388885 Ext. A 3493. BY OWNER Country living. 24x44 RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 100' on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100 s.f. bldgs.,
UpH 9721ArTErlTlo,11 doublewlde on lot. 74x134 garage and CONTACT: pvd. pkg. Good business Opportunity. Call for Details
GOVERNMENT SEIZED carport. 2 wells. 22999. 684-6465 301 SOUTH: 193 ft. U.S. 301 frontage $ 85.000
"EHICLES from: $100. Fords, Mercedes after 6 p.m. 8/31 2tpd 9/7 Ben Iloltzcndorf 964.7961; Pinehurst Trailer Park, RENTAL ON CALL STREET! I '

Cor I mattes. Chevys. Surplus Buyers HUGHES having MOBILE the most HOME IN STARKE is 964-5587 or Doublewide Homes,Lawtey 782-3003. .....HOMES....
gigantic Inventory
Guide, 1.602-838-8885 Ext. A 12.688. clearance sale ever All 1989 I RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITE: 2 BR. I BA frame home on 1.65 Acres. Cleared
li.H( 97nODGE doublewldes & slnglewlde models will S landscaped. Owner financing. $3500 Dn, $195/10 Yrs. $ 17,000
VAN: 1977 RV with manyamenities. be sold. Make offer! Don't miss this GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple- BR. 1 ba, carport porch. NE 26th
Exc. running condition. chance to own your n.w home at Ave. $ 26,000
S6200 Call 9645941. Itpd 9/7 below market value. It's .true! If you l [ ]-z---i AppraJsds Sales HWY. 301 SOUTH: Frame, 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 40,000
/9 WAGON 510 hash M&5,1
0/USUN. STATION : are serious about a new home call I : Property Management NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom. 1 both, 5 acres. Home hoe new 20 yr. roof freshly
n a good one. 964-8816. Itpd 9/7 18009404644.( Limited time offer. Act painted Inside. Owner says, 'Moke an Offer!
' VEHICLES 1973 Oldsmoblle.IV .
now I Itchg 9/7 ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY: 3 BR. 1 ba. concrete block window treatments
73 Ford 3'4 ton pickup. 1981 Ford 6 1990 14x50 2 BR 1 bath, $6995 FOB
1981 Ford $350 3 ceiling fans, CHSA stove, refrlg DW garage with door opener, antenna
< /hnder pickup new motor. down
payment. $97 month. Call with rotary booster, wood floors, new Andersen windows, carpet rose
B C-60
/Under pickup n.w motor
7555114. Circle
B Homes lake
n"ollruck and 3 axle trailer Itpd 9/7 Itchg 9/7 City garden large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill, smoker and Lazy
1977 AMC STATION WAGON excellent BANK REPOSi $500 down on 14 wid... Susan table, hothouse tool .shed separate pumphouse total electric
ondition.. low mileage one owner $1000 down on doublewldes. 1985s and beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
$1100 or best offer. 964-4953. Call up. Bad credit or no credit you can I 492' ON SANTA FE KIVLR HOME: 4 BEDROOMS 3V BATHS 402 St. ClaIr St. .86 of an acre, foyer
anytime. Itpd 9/7 buy. Call 755-5114. Circle B Homes, A nature lovers paradlsel' Large hardwood tress galore on this 8.66 acre LR, DR. kitchen wrefrlg, range/oven dishwasher fan/hood; den laundryroom
1975 FIAT 4 door, excellent running condition Lake City FI:Itchg 9/7 lot In a $450 or best offer. 9644953. 1990 14x70 3BR. 2 boo $11.995 set up & Springs exit. Owner will finance vrlCi: 10% down 0 10% for 10 years. bock yard with security lights. $71,000
Call anytime Itpd 9/7 delivered. $750 down payment $167mo. CLEAN. CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR. 2 Ba plenty of storage space, CH&A. wood
Call 7555114. Circle B Homes NEED;: SOME SPACE? heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio, 3 other building, 2 acres, lots of trees,
12x65 furnished mobile home secluded
Lake City Fl. Itchg 9/7 on Dc-res.OO: minutes garden spot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 78,500
north of
Gainesville 1 mile south of Worthington Beautiful
KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 window
BR/lBa cent. heat
has 5 cleared for
property acrcs garden animals!! and the rest is heavily
wooded. Call for directions, Assumable' 1 st no qualifying. air stove, refrlg, DW celling fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38,000
BETHEL CHURCH RD:3 BR. 1 ba CB wood floors IBS ..f., 5 acres $ 60,000
SEVERAL: 1 TO 4 ACRE LOTS. CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/lBa. $ 90.000
These lots are in Cover: /.Arcs'ucL' nart}. o\.r 1Jo. Perfect for Flea BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44,000
Market lovers. Mobile homes O.K Sonic Owner financing. HAMPTON LAKE AREA: 3 BR, 2 ba, CH&A. screened patio with BBQ grill.
4040 Newberry Road. Suite 950 Also 3 BR MH, 1 'It ba on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.

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I I Located_ Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn Purchase. Refinance or Construction;

Alachua County Conventional. FHA or VA; Fixed Rate Adjustable
LOW DOWN PAYMENT I E-ZTERMSI I Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000
On These I..Acre Lot e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton HAROLD K. DAVIS Ph. 964-3739
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I you don't see something you like call vet We have ever 140 listings to choose e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup Broker 's.._......LJ.x......L_. Located Longchamp Bldg..
finm. 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 US 30 1 South
OWNER FINANCED Frame home on %-Ac. LOW DOWN PAYMENT. 134-89 For Sale or Lease. ,

HAMPTON LAKE LOT Assum. Mortgage f 129-89. e 200 Acres nearTheressa ...................................$1,000 Acre A A A A A A jA
WALDOl Good rental Investment A
or starter home. 3 BR. 1 BA Stucco. 62-89
e Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. $5.000
Building Keystone
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! On Hwy 100. across from WD. 67000. Frame house
.,nr '6689. e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22,500 : Accelerated I

lOTS.WITH WATER Septic ready to move on $8,500. '7089.( G; 1/2 Acres In Lawtey.-..............................................$15,000 Realty, inc.
.* BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM DESIGNED BRICK HOMEi On 5 Ac. In lawtey area. Many e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road $6.500 Each

,I urns 13089./ C 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000 a _
175-89.* CUSTOM DESIGNED DWi on 2 Ac. Frame house on property also. In City. e New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease 964- 6I

I MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 BR home with A Ac. Immaculate with many.. e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000 : Q Hwy.
irus Seller will pay all closing costs. 6589. 454411B I
PRICE REDUCEDI 3 BR, 2 BA Brick Home. Dalewood. Assum. Mtg. 9389. IMtLImsrnS
LEASE PURCHASE on this 3 BR home. Fenced yard. 1 9689. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY a [ a
I $2,800: lot In town 192-89. .
*OWNER FINANCED NO Ronald Newman, Sr. Homes .
INTEREST LOAN.3 BR home. Hwy 100. 100-89.. v/Lot s/Acreage NWaterfrontsComiriercial
,I MIMOSA DRIVE Over 2.000 square feet f 24-89. 964-6881 .
OF CROSBY LAKE Some Improvements hove been I
made 15588. e Instant Financing No Points e Reasonable Interest Rates a

I HWY 325 S.I Nice 3 BR, 1 V BA, Brick Veneer on 1 Ac. Beautiful Lg. Oaks. a I 4.1 ACRES 3BR/2BA Mobil. Home, Central Heat 8 2 AC Units, 2 S.ptlc 6
S40.000. 8088. P I Tanks, 2 Power Poles, on Paved Rood.

*ONLY 2 LOTS LEFT At Go II view. 125.89/ a NEAR I READY TO LIVE IN 3BR/2BA Frame CH&A. 2184 SF, Utility Room
I PAST HOSPITALi Nice Building Lot. 13189./ I Enclosed Garage. 576 SF Workshop Hampton Lake Access a
I *MELROSEBeautiful building lot with lake privileges. 127-89. : CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story CB S Wood Siding blame, AC
I LONGCHAMp SID, Nice 2296 sf house on opprox. 3/4 Ac. {3289. OUTLAW a Units Elect Heat. Well & Septic 1 Acre.
BUILDING LOTS ON PAVED STREETilOOxlOO only 5000. 440-89. I ] COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/2BA Brick Veneer CB. CHSA. Large Utility Bldg..
*2'/ ACRES Joins Golf Course, f 47-89. t5ty 1 Fenced Area for Horses, 2.5 Acres.

I' lAC. PARTLY WOODED BR, 1 BA Frame Home. Kitchen equipped. Only 96445228TAR a I SAMPSON LAKE 38R/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room; CH&A. Slav ft
I $26.900,156.89. It. Your Full Service Heal Estate Office Relrl 180 It. On the Water Well & Septic. i

_CATFISH. 40 ACRE FARMi Has septic light pole. 2 wells & 12 dug ponds, part. NORWOOD SID 4BR/2BA Brick. ,CH&A. Range, Refrl S Dishwasher 6x6 I
stocked Has Been Reducedl! 159-89. Porch. Sun Deck In Back 10x12. Well S Septic.? 6

OVER 2600 SQ. FT.I Built-in pool. 2-Story. 3 BR. 3V4 BA. #12-89./ i- : r I NORTH OF LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Large Family Room. CHSA 2946 SF. 2
*ACREAGE WITH WELl & SEPTIC Nice tree, close to town. 57-89.. a Garages, Large Family Room Porch., on 1.7 Acres, Nice Shade Trees'
I NEW ROOF, Nice Neighborhood Over 1500 sf. #l-89.. 1IIIIIINLL. I MELTON TERRACE 380/1 BA CB Home CH&A. Above Ground Swimming. A
I Pool Storage Bldg., Large Lot .
*DUPLEX ON CENTER STjjCood Investment property. H06-88./ w/Landscaping. .
.BEST DEAL IN THE COUNTRY CLUB Must see this EXCELLENT BUY! 067-89. a I FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHSA 20x30
*SIX ACRES IN TOWNi Beautiful trees, plus small from. house. 5489.. Workshop Fishpond Well S Septic a
'I .STOCKED FISH POND:Plus 3 horse stall born and roomy house. On 7.75 Ac. lARGE OLDER HOWl IN STARKI HISTORIC AREA I ACRES 01' PRIVACY 3BR/18A A-From. w/Porch.s All Around. Stove
I 65000. 17689. 4 Bedrooms,JVi baths, CHSA 4 fireplaces,ever 8000 SF en one acre. 1 Relrl. Wood Burning Stove, Pole Born 24x50. Tool Shet 8x9 Well S SeptiC:
*5 ACRES Backs up to Golf Course Beautiful Custom Home. 38-89. HIGHWAY' M1 SOUTH Commercial' & Residential! 300-Foot Frontage. Two
,, LEASE-PLJRCHASE! In Town Immaculate 3 BR. I M BA $49,900. 1132-89. *IN STARK: Brick 3 BR. I t'S ba, garage. CH&A. I I Mobile Homes & Comm. Bldg., Well S Septic -
BEAUTIFUL ACRE OFF 14 WESTi With 3 BR. 2 BA House. $61,900. 127-89.. *IN BROOKER Frame Home. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing. a I CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA CB & Frame, CHSA. Stove & Refrl. 1536 SF' Nice
*REDUCED- Brick CHSA over 2000 S.f.. In the country on 2.78 acres. C I Corner Lot. a
BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT In the City. 75x220. May be divided Into 2 building lots
of 75xl 10. Owner anxious. Excellent Buy at 12500. 1102-89. *REDUCED $35,000 for quick sale, 3/1. CiliA nice. I ON SAMPSON RIVER 3 /2V'BA- Two-Slory Log Home, CH&A, Stove
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMI on this high and dry wooded lot. 292x200. A great *OWNER FINANCING 2 story frame 4/2, CHSA on 4.64 acres $55,000. I I Refrl S Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front S Bock Porches Enclosed Garage' Well a
FRAME with cedar siding 4/1. & ref on 10 acres cultivated S wooded. IS Septic Large Lot. .
buy at $*,500 for each parcel. All this and Owner Financing Tool N9-89. rge
CUTE 2 BEDROOM, 1 lATH COUNTRY HOME Ig.: comer lot fully fenced *EPPERSON STREET 4 BR, 1900 s.f. horn. No sign on property; call for Info. I 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM .2BR/2BA CB. Large living S Dining Room -
w/patlo and built-in barbecue. Under larg. oak. Great buy at $36,900. 4124-89. *PINEBREEZI S/Di well kept brick. 3/1 M, CH&A. nice lot 39000. I I Family Room..Kitchen w/Breokfast Nook, CHSA. Garage. Well & ?.ptk.: a
BEAUTIFUL WOODEQ CORNER LOT In Country Club S/D. Call Woody Ryder for *FRAME 3/1 on 3 acres, 38x30 pole born fruit trees, and more. SELECTED PROPERTIES
Details. 1136.89.. t *CEDAR HOMI on I acre CHSA rang. & ret,.. 38000.. 'I WAIDO' Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home Lot 100x200 feet I
*3 BR, 2 BA ONI YIAR OLD 24x54 MOBILE HOMI on 3 ocr... Real country living THREE ECONOMY HOMES ranging from $16.000 to 24000. HOMI BLOO LOTS Hwy. I6W. City Water & Sewage. Owner financing.
I at on affordable price. Molar component Insured under ERA Buyer Protection *FARM HOUSE CH&A. on 28 acres 2 bam. pecan grove. 87000. HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D. Brooker.
Plan. Mortg. Assum. A Steal at $40.900. 013789. BRICK 4 BR, 2Vi Bo, CHSA FP. Rnge S Refrl.. DW. over S acre*. j I FOUR 5-ACRt TRACTS s Brooker. Owner Financing
RENTALS: 2 BR Home, Water St. $275/Mo. *IN STAlK Close to hosp.k Cl 3/1. CHSA Big Rooms! 38500. I THREE 2-ACRS RIVERFRONT LOTS Breaker. Owner FinancIng.
2 BR Apt., Washington St. $230/Mo. *LAKI COTTAGE on clear, -.d-battornlak.: 17 mile from Starke. $44,900. LAKE GENEVA<.i large lot.' 100 ft. on the Water. I
1 BR Apt.Duplex Center St. $200Mo.Call *LARGE LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garage, suitable to star motor home 19 ACRES Frontage on Forsyth Road. Will Divide.
"' :; COMMERCIAL South US 301, 3 acre plus with metal bldg. S mobile home. 10 Acre -Pecan Grove Will Divide Well sV Septic. Owner Financing. A
.EI'mI: WILL & SEPTIC TANK on I 1/4 ocree. toned for MH. (REDUCED). I 6 Acre. Well Septic and Power Pole Has Cypress Pond.
One of Our Professionally *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORYi brick I cedar farm home. 4/2'h. 72 ocr..'. 6 ACRES J Frontage on Hwv. 100W City Water t Sewage.
IAWTEY ARIA nice home, CHSA;en 1 OCT.. quiet and peaceful. (REDUCED) 8 ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .
;j .... Trained: Staff Todag..961-5069. *LAKE LIVING. AT ITS BEST! Beautiful' high S dry lot,'Oreo's finest homes. '.$ ACRES Frontage on New River Well & Septic.

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COMMERCIAL SPACE available In SPORTCRAFT MODEL 170 Center console IfM ISUZU PICKUP-DIsol. oulomotlc. LAKE LOT Mil Crest Oaks .14....
SALE cloth., lamp., household MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A. low as Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 to. Instruments 2 radios, depth fiberglass topper bsxUnr.$3900.) Call $500 down. $181 month. Phone
Items, fresh tomato. $1.29 box, $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF ft. 41000 aq. ft. High traffic and vl.lbllU recorder 100 n.p. Johnson. Power till, 473-79B9.1tchg/9-7 473-4367. after 6 p.m. 475-S67I. 4.pd
plants $1.50! gallon. Saturday 9/98.3 NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum ty In both location 473-3193 or blmlnl top trailer $4250.! See to appreciate. ATTINTION-Govsrnmcnt .I..d 8/10-8/31 -
p.m. Bush's Nursery Edward. Rd. Itpd measures 24x36" $.50! each. Great for 473-7683, leave m.'lOge. 7/6 tfnchg 4734890. 31chg81731.STUMI'KNOCKU.1980. vehicles from $100. Fords Mercedes MOBILE HOME lOTS.In Clay County.
9/7 patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 MOBILE MOM -23 bedroom partially 14ft., 20hp Chsivys. Corv.ll... Surplus Buyers Some an paved road. Close In KH.
GARAGE SALE Thursday A Friday W. Call St. 964-6305. TF furnished. $135 a month up. 473-7966 Johnson Trailer custom cover trolling Guide. 1602.8388885 iKl.A140Z7. $500.$78 mo.473-437S.3tpd/-7
978. Nice baby stroller, new toaster ALICIA HAY for sale In roll. Arthur or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8-9/28 motor, swivel seats, occ.....75.5153. GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES-From
oven clothes, radio children's cloth., Catkins, 7823140. 6/8TF ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished eHlclency. ltpd/8-31 $100. Chevys. Llncolns. Corvettes. NOTICE
misc. Items Come A .... 917 W HANOI HOUSE portable buildings, laundry and dock facilities. $273 15 ff.GLAUMATER-Trl-Hull. carpeted Pick-ups. Jeeps. For Buyers Guide Call
Madison St. Itpd 97GARAGE storage buildings, garages.greenhouses. per monthplu deposit. 4732919. 1-518-459-3535 Ext.J 3339A
fishing chairs, blmlnl top. cov.r.troller 3tpd8- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sob.
SALE Frl 0. 7/6rfnchg
Sat.. 989. Babyb- NO DOWN PAVMENT.
powerwlnch trolling 31/Sept 7,14 milted the
ed. play pen stroller semiautomaticrifle Hwy. 301 South 964-8848. 7/I3TF IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACI-21 N. 17 II to lake Region Monitor of
battery. $600 cash firm, Chevy C..ln..1own.r..T.PS.PB. fice In
12 go. shotgun coffee table, MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Sales, wlck.r.u..d across street from Hard*.. 12'X32' 4731068.ltpd831 air shocks, body unless credit writing and paid In advance
entertainment center drapes, carpets, furniture, appliances, TVs, $273. adjoining| 20'X32. ., $390.473-4379.! motor and bed good condition new this office.MONITOR .Is already establishedwith
lamps, sheets, bedspreads, microwaves, VCRs.. "You name It, I 7/l3tfnchg tires and exhaust system 6 Cyl.good
dungarees, dinette table 8 4 choirs carry ill" Always looking for such *BR IVtBA-Fenced yard. Interior re- YARD SALES mileage. $1500 firm. 4753049. STAFF CANNOT M MELD
dishes, pots A pans, silverware, benchgrlnd.r. Items. Stop In If you wish to sell IHII"..... iyn. old nice location. Clay lfchg/9-7 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
1979 Fairmont station wagon. something. 304 E. Call St., 9643250.! County $450 per mo. 1-252138 or Oarage Sale-Friday. 9-2 Sat. 9-3 lots of 1974 Chevy Wagon-330! engine, good THE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER '
TELEPHONE.Classified .
7 miles South of Stark. on Rd. 100 on Evenings phone 9645813. Don't call' tM-6271 .tIch.11 I(0.917 nice tblngs-3 families. 320 Grove working vehicle. Call 473-1084 for In '
left. Itpd 9/7 alter 9 p.m. 8/17TF MFOOT CAMPERSingle pralarrod. AC str..t.' Itpd/9/7. formation. deadline Is 11:00 1 a..... Tues
MOVING SALE Combined with family HOLLAND HAY RAKE Model 56, $300. full bath regrlgerator, everything fur. Yard ...'/.. mile South of City Beach on 2tch9714. day prior to Thursday DUbllca.......
r' members yard sale. Everything must 782.3510. 2tchg 9/7-14 nlshed except cooking gai.With cabla. !91. Plants 25 cents to $500. 15 yrs. of
go. Cherry St. across from Teal Tile 8 SEVERAL ITEMS 3 largo walker dogs, $200 per month. $50 deposit. 4732667. |unk.1tchg/9-7.. FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES
Carp.t. Frl & Sot. 9/8.9 beginning at 9 $20 each; 4 walker puppies $10 each: Btch 7/20-9/7 Garage Sele-6430 Baker Road.
a.m. each day. Itchg 9/7 Flaetslde truck topper. Insulated 8 NEW 1 '..On lake Bedford furnished Household goods, plants and furniture OFFICI .IQUIPMENT-Speedwrlter SEWING MACHINES NOT WORKING.
STRICKLAND SEWING MACHINE Repairs paneled $100; garden tractor disc 3 utilities Inc. CH/A. No smoking or and lots more. Friday and Saturday. Checkwrltlng office machine. Dual col Don't panic. Call Swindell. 473-7M2.
and used machines$29 A up completely point hitch $15; 7823040. 2tchg 9/7-14 drinking. $323/mo. plus dep. ltpd/9-7. or ribbon/Executive solid maple desk Work guaranteed Used machines. SV
reconditioned. Also homemade FRESH CHANNEL CATFISH dressed and' 473-7769.3tchg/8/l7-9-7. upholstered matching chairtelephone and up. 7/20 tfnchg
quilts $50 and up. Hwy. 233 A 16 delivered locally $2.00 lb. Burts Calfl.hFarm. TRAILER ON LAKI-Keystone Heights.UHFFUR ESTATE SALE stand/B' Oval conference SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED-and drain lines
Contents of HouseFriday
(Morgan Rd). 9648733. 9/7TF 964-4752, leav. message. Stchg 2BR; AC. CPT.. Call to see. Entire table w/B matching captain relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford
4 FAMILY YARD SALE household Items, 9/7-10/5 I-221-O6O9 anytlmo. After 6 p.m. ", < Saturday All Day. chalrs/groy steel storage cabinet with Septic Tanks, Starke. 964.1121.
Club Estates
books, baby A chlldrens clothes, WELL-MADE COUCH floral orangebrown 8 12415771. 4tchge/17-9/7 ;Keystone. shelves. Call 473.3020.1tpd9.7 7/6tfnchg
highchair 9/7
etc. 8 a.m. til. 781 Glendale, |lust colors, wooden arms, good support IN CLAY COUNTY-2BR 1BA home with Itchg JAYCO MOTORHOME-32 1/2 ft. 1978 SECRETARIAL SERVICE-typing. word processing .
off SR 16 West (Inside city). Follow good condition. $40. 9649586. control heat air. $290/mo.! 473-2966. model with 400 Chevy engine. Fully resumes, reports editing,
signs. Itpd 9/7 Itchg 97FURNITURE 2tchg8-17/7 HOMES FOR SALE equipped. Call 473-4489. ltpd/9/7. pickup and delivery available. Stef
dinette table*4 chairs $75; OFFICE SPACI.6OOaqft.. lOOsqft adJoinIng 30 FT. MOTORHOME-1986 Sun Sport, 475-1638 6tchg8/10.9/l4 '
BOATSSPECIAL.14.5 two twin headboards, $20. 9645454. room. All utllltlot furnished. LAKE COTTAGE On Spring lake. For Rear Twin Beds, split bath dinette, DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING
Itch 9/7 $400/mo. 473-7708.2tchg8-24/9-7 sale by owner. Sandy beach swim ski, couch roof air, engine air, other ex HOUSE OUT OF lEVIl.Coll loKue
OVER N'OUT The Over'N'Out Is an Innovative RENT TO OWN-20' Travel Trailer. Self- fish. 2 BR/1 BA Kit.. LR/DR comb., tras. Excellent Cond. 473-22S9. Leveling Service for all your foundation,
STUMPKNOCKER product designed to make contained w/good working appliance open porch well utility room well, 1tcg/9/7. repairs Keystone 4737721. 7/9TFN
FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT with good your kitchen safer while adding to Its Call collect anytime. Bill Smith 100 ft. on lake deep lot $57,000 cash. EXPERIENCED CHILD CAM-ln Keystone. i
like-new tilt trailer 2 swivel seats, decor. The size of a kitchen hand 1-284-0232. CCS 2tchg/8-3l/9-7 473-3151. Stchg 8/3-31 trained In Infant CPR.
walk-thru live well dry well paddle towel the Over'N'Out Is decorated to House on Lake Geneva-2B/IB LR, FL ONE .LAKESIDE HOME with separate HELP WANTEDMUSIC 473-2S77.2tchg/9-7-U
and 2 life lockets. S979 cosh. 909 N. compliment the decor of your kitchen Rm and deck. Cottage--!./., screened garage with 2 acres. $29,500! OBO or 2 ....YSlmNG.Chlld Car In my. ......
Thompson St.. 9642227. 8/17TF a. It hangs on the wall. The Over N'Out porch. No peti. $850 or $425. With lakeside homes, 4 acres $59.900! OBO. DIRECTOR-Keystone Community Exp., Refs and lots of TlC. _...-s.
14 FT. STUMPKNOCKER! gator tilt trailer Is also patented and tested as an effective cable water and ,.fu... 4732717. Keystone Heights area. 1.659.2779 Church part-time. Music degree experience Terry Ransom 4730067. ltcha/t-7
$350! or trade for canoe. 9647567. Itpd fire extinguisher of the kitchen, ltchg/9/07. 7/20 tfnchg preferred. Please call MOOSE CLEANING-let the Ole Mold
9/7 grease fire. This product Is being offered NEW 2BR. 21A ON LAKE-$490.! mo. No FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury .73-.I82/.75.219..21chg8/31.9/7 Clean your house for you.Call Elaine et
BOAT 1'4 ft. with 40 hp motor and for sale for the first time. Buy It children. Call 481-3722 or 6846969. condo. Garage, screened porch, LIVE-IN ATTENDANT-Thursday-Sunday 4730042.4tchg9728.PAINTINOINTEIMOREXTSRIOR.
trailer. $500. 964-5941. Itpd 9/7 as a gift and we will ship It anywhee In 2tch9/7-14 overlooking lagoon. 475.3267 evening morning. Must be responsible patient ,
14' MALIBU BOAT 18 hp Johnson motor. the Continental US free. Visit the SIx-S Mobllehome on Lake-Cowpen Lake So. or weekends. 7/27 tfnchg with good refs. McRoe Ret. 4732881. Reasonable rates. 475-2474. call alter 9
$750.! 7823510. 2tchg 9/7-14 Corporation at 417D Edwards Rd. Convenient of Melrose. 2BR fur., CHI A. Lg.kltchen. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME-with 165 ft. on 2tchg/9-7-14 ..m. 2tcha/9-7-28
evening hours M-F 6.9 p.m.. Dock 475-2427. 2tch/9-7-14 Lake Geneva lovely tr...., 3000 sq.ft. COOKS NEEDED FULL TIME Buddy's DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING '
LAND FOR SALE Sat. 92. Stchg 9/7-14 NICI QUIET COTTAGE-in downtown Retiring owner must sell. Assumable lakefront Restaurant ask for Paul on ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL CaHloRue I
LAWTEY TRADING POST now open for Keystone Height, water garbage and mortgage, 149500. ly." 4682080. Itchg 9/7 leveling Service for all your
business buying and selling odds 8 yordworfc Included. Call for more 473-4375.3tpd/8-24-31. foundation repairs. Keystone
100 ACRES six room house and barn. ends. Furniture for your home, baby info-173.4920. 2tchg/9-7-l4 ATTENTIONGovernment homes from SI, 473-7721.7/9TF
Owner will finance. S2000/Acre. items, you got It and don't need It, sellIt MH ON 50 ACRE RANCH-Furnlshed 2 U-repalr. Delinquent tax property.Repossessions. -- __,
Phone 964-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF now. If you or. looking come see us. BR1B. Bring your hone, free pasture. Call 1.602.838.8885 Ext.
We sell and buy anything of value. Electric and water furnished. $295 mo. GH 14027. 3tpd/S-24-31-7 Ads
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 doors South of traffic light In lawtey on 4730208. ltchg/9-7 REDUCED BY OWNER-Nr. Golf Course [ Union County )
lAND.owner 2'/i financing.ACRES UP North with well of Lawtey A septic.EZ or. 301.2914716.782-1140 Itchg 9/7 lowtey or Mocclenny TWO BEDROOM. % bath mobile home room Exp., w/spa.2BR/1B-det.4730724.garage 2lpd9714.WATERFRONT 12.24 tcr..
South of Hampton. 12x21 CARPORT $790. No Down Pay clean on lake. $250! plus TRIPLE-WIDE-
RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 ment. Handl-House Portable Buildings, damage! deposit. 473-2966. Itchg 9/7 Mobllehome. 2B/2B shed cement
301 South Storke. 9648848. 8/31 TFN drive many .tra.$49.000. ESTATES MOBILE HOMES
LAWTEY ACREAGE! With Road Frontage. BUILDING A DOCK We stock pressure LEGAL SERVICES 473-2252.1tpd/9.7
Call for details. MATHEWS REALTY treated lumber. Custom treated to 30 ACRES with large concrete born. FOR SALE
beyond standard .25 available. We can OWNER FINANCING on lovely I (3 Fleetwood .
9644469. have order treated to .40. DIVORCE $35 In office or by mall. Weddings MH. with all amenities 3/2. FR, Alto new doublewlde on 1 acre or
BUILDING LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD STEPHEN your SMITH LUMBER 8 BUILDERS $23 Name change, stepchild covered full length patios, dbl. CP larger In country. Call 496-3939 days, BANK REPOS 1985 and up. $500! down on
Cleared and mostly cleared; leveled SUPPLY 7 MI. South of Storke on 301. adoption wills, legal ..perot Ion. Between 20x31x11 short walk to Lake 454.1595. evenings tfn/chg. 6/22. 14' wide $1.000 down on doublewldes.
and landscaped. Call 9646300. 8/I7TF 468.2624Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30; Sat. 8303.: Mlddleburg and Orange Park. Geneva. 42500. MATHEWS REALTY, DOUBLEWIDE 1 ACRE custom built 2 Bad credit or no credit. You con buy.
Phone anytime. Itchg 9/7 272-3029 Btpd! 7/6-8/24. Starke. 9644469.TF bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. Call 799-5114. Circle S Mobil. Homes
REAL ESTATE 20%: OFF ALL NEW SINK FAUCETS from Owner financing available. Must sell. Lake City.
$17.95. Complete line of Call 496-3939. days. 494-1995. evenIngs CIRCLE B HOMES Is your.factory outlet
OUT OF AREA pressure
.,... t. treated lumber Free local ,delivery. Nnhg.629.GOVERNMENT for Clayton Homes. Built In lake City
3 ... STEPHEN SMITH LUMBER A BUILDERS ,. '.,,.,, HOMESfrom '$1 '.;JU sold In lake City. Come tour the plant.
OeilA 'HM dNAL : ..:;,.. ,, lt. : repair). Delinquent ----r.."r'yRepossessions. ..
FORESTi Woodedlots SUPPLY. 7 MI. South of Storke on Hwy' OR''l S'A'T E; ,, ;' ," Coll 755-51)4.and buy at factory cost.
river access, $5450 Each. Nomoney 301. 4682624. New Hours: 8 a.m. 5:30 ii"R' ,' .J.l. { '.. '" ;''' Call 8056876000. Ext. Circle B Mobile Homes Lake City.
down $65.41 monthly. Owner ". 'f' = .. .. GH-1136 for current repo list. 8/24 MOBILE HOME FOR SALE. '84 Fleetwood
p.m., Mon -Fri.; 8:30 a.m. 3 p.m. ,'n1Y Dlrt'.To .8011' ....
1.236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF Saturday. Itchg 9/7 j:, ,.,,,,,,, ,... : Btpd. 10/12. 14' x 80'. 2bed. 2 bath cent H/A. Call
"", 496-3497 after 6OOP.M. 2tpd. 8/31; 9/7
WANTEDUSED 23t Find all your target archery and r--Larg: ::wo1r:..Small. ads.of LimerockTtiactor I HELP WANTED 1990 14'xW 2 bed. 1 bath. $6995.00 FOB

bowhunting equipment In our new archery \* \ybrk :( Backboe !!3 uyldozerz $390.00. down. payment
pro shop. Indoor shooting lanes. ; ; $97.00/month. Call 755.5114. CircleHomes. I
Braslngton's Troll Shop 2331 N.W. 13 many commercials. Lake City. FL. 4lchg 9/7 thru
two matched 28" tractor tires for St. ( 441 N) Gainesville, : ''" Now hiring all ages. For casting lANK REPOS 1985 and SSOO.OO! downon
Hwy. >
t' : 964-6182} 064 5823 964O95 up.
Call leave
Massey Ferguson. 782-3660 18002514073. 3tpd 9/7-21 h. Y .. "" Info. Coll (6157797111.) ext. T-946.9/7 14' wid... $100000 down ondoublewldes.
if no answer. TFjm 9128A"ENTI0NEarn
message 4tpd.
Bad credit or no credit.
Money Reading Books) You can buy. Coll 795-5114. Circle B
R.V., CAMPERS $32,000/year Income potential Homes, lake City. Fl. 4tchg. 9/7 thru
R. V. DURRANCE I. TRAVEL TRAILERSUTOPIA ,UE.P; :,CA8, 8/24 Details.3tpd.((1))97.ATTENTIONExcellent 602-838-8885. Ext. Bk 9127.. (CIRCLE B HOMES) Is your factory outlet
for homes. Built lake
Clayton In City,

PUMP & SUPPLY MOTOR HOME Excellent condition .CLEARANCE: ; :', _: : : ; Assembly work. Info.Income call !504-646-1700 for Home your Sold In money Lake Is City.going.Come Call see 755-51)4.where)

: Well Drilling St. 964-8251.8/31, reduced to $3500.2tchg 9/07 209 E. Adklns ,. //It ;MftCH NIc., : (.a.t; SPU.ND.: :R.f;: D.. : T. :'R .U; .: WATKINSFamous P2912. 8/24 2tpd.for spices 9/7. flavor. Circle SAVEI B SAVEI Homes 4lchg., lake 9/7 City thru Fl.9/28.SAVE

Rotary 2" to 6" Ings, llnamlnts and home remedies.
.'S8 CHEVY 'S7 CHRYSLER' 'S6 FORD Need dealers high profits. Call collect CARS/TRUCKS/VANS I V

-PumpsAll SPECTRUM LEBARON TAURUS 9O4-782-3068 Rt. 1. Box 792
Classified Ads lawtey Fl. 32058. 2tchg 9/7-14 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED

Sizes 98i VEHICLES from $100.00., Fords ;;
o Get Results $5' 732 $6, $5',995 WANTED Persons Needing $100/Week. Mercedes Corvettes, Chevy. ;Surplus
2 Hrs. dally required. Call collect ((904)) Buyers Guide. -602-838-8815 exl. "

'Sl PONTIAC 'S7 MAZDA ""S5 SUBARU 4622743. Thursday and Friday. 7.00 A9I27. 3tpd. 8/31 9/7. 9/14. .-:
9:00 8/24 4tpd 9/14
i GRAND PRIX P/U TRUCK WAGON $100.00 Chevys. llncolns. Corvettes.

i LOST: '$1,995 $5,995 $3,986 FOR SALEFOR Pick-ups.1.518.459.3535 Jeeps. For EXT.Buyers J3339D.Guide 3tpd.Call

8/31; 9/7. 914.HOMES.

Black '86 BUICK '87 OLDS SALE Commercial building on 1/2 FOR SALE
.' t acre In town of Lake Butler.496-3941 or
Angus/Brahma ACURA LX PARK AVENUE CUTLASS CIERA 752.6269. 2tpd. 8/31 9/7.
Visit Our Showroom IS' ALUMINUM BOAT and trailer 40 hp BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
Plumbing Parta $8,995 Evlnrude. $695.00. Call Eugene Dubose bedroom 3 bath In the country. Svlm
For Your HeiferBlack $8,972
496-2149. tchg. 97.ANTIQUE mlng pool and satellite large oaks.

in color 350-400lbs. 119500. Call '1496-3939. days and
964-7061 '89 TOYOTA 'SS DODGE 'S5 BUICK 4541595. avenlngs. tfn/chg. 6/22

BtU( N. Temple Ave.. StlU"ke. Do1ph E. Reddish Callahan Florida MATHEWS REALTY.ts4-44st "'
PROVIDENCE 135 Ac. farm with
Fvoa & Weekends; Morgan Rd. West t Stark $7,989 :$4,984 $2,995 Saturday, Sept. 9; 6:00 P.M. beautiful home.MATHEWS .

pftl-7578 964-8336 REALTY.441 W,Madison M. .
Doors Open 5:00 P.M.
I Fria, 1cihHJ' ,:A.pihili': : i i"G'A'I' Nassau County FaIrgrounds'' FOR RENT

GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) ',: ,E; !Y/' : ';f: ,lir: .r J, ..Hl Hwy- Callahan 1 & 3011; Florida MI. N.d OFFICE SPACE ISO! W. Main Street,

INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG &: GLORIA BRYANT \ '33 .. ." .. :MA'.t-f.' ,X,. :' A.INE V'' ." If.L, I $100.00 month. Call 496-2261.
LISTING OF ITEMS: FOR RENT 1/3 acre prime commerclolproperty

LESSONS: GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS ,G 7'1: !7, 2j : Oak furnHue Chain.Mtokx.Oe*.Curb 625 W. Main. I deal for most
'Coblnel.wtlhIMJdedQaaandclaw small enterprises. Utilities available.
Call 964-8120 Tues.-FrI. 11-7. sun.-Mon. 10-2 feet dreuen.Including a Pots $190.00! monthly. $1500.00 one year
Der..:. seaetary Bookeate. FokHJp .PteBale leas** 904-651.3066. 4tpd. B/J1 thru
IeMi..YtYelHERITAGE ,Wait Stand, Dhptav Cow Hot BMMkion
Dntwr. Hanging -.g
s.anyone Machine Tabtot.De*.Che*.Buffet.. 1 BEDROOM HOME near school.'
A heat Tide VILLAS I Pocking Che*.Portal)Sorter..Jew l.ri Mncn $229/Month. Call 964-8602 or 964-6305.
PUWD Love seat .Che*. Homed 64ce Door. 6731 tfnmm| !:
OTHER FURNITURE: Dfenlng tablet.ton keelpartnokJ
607 Bradford Court In Starke tab*.""4cker"ofo.wkHw ehstfiloclxtf. THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath $250 month
eLrlUl drerr.n Indudtoq mahogany.unuuol plus $150 security deposit.. Call ;
wi1U Applications for immediate occupancy are being accepted foot deaL con back tola.cnok. 9645634. Itpd 97YARD :

on, ''on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 plus Victorian vain hanging hot me*win mWor. "
ttool hc4 eal w h umcmla itand
ut1I1Ues. HandIcapped units are also available. Rental rat bat mattoH top one*at awes and SALE

;. ontfonaWewith. hr' .1fellIJiOB Information. and applications are available at the Rental aIMm" aMnc.crestsSTONEWARE..POTTERY: _Hugs ,

,. I Office, 607 Bradford Court, Starke chums,crocks and boY_ Baievae. CARPORT SALE Saturday lam. III noon.
fA I McCoy.Wsr and Shawns SBO Nt 3d St. Lake ftuHer. Clothes
fJ 964:6216 HHoMon..F :L. GLASSWAREDsprsnton.: .Opot.ic.nt.MMGtaM.
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LJ MBCEUANCasJtCoco-Cokl sane.
: S-tf:30 p. L Opportunity sonware..tacit ol tamps ooSeeHon d bale MISCELLANEOUSUPKX i
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IJuytheTrsn.XL1200' odverlMna scmt..-.... pMitMS wale,
.neWIW. It'.bound to provide s l l'I 1m2 IaoIIna ltieIInc 01iI' besrwe dung holder.bass Wit lant GRAPES M Matins Fruit Farm to

".healpumptobadcedbyanoi"""""-Bea..IheXLf200*NFahnao,manu6KI :! > HOME FOR SALE McC....trunk, legWef.Oasey J.chun r>Coon mucn ipoolcablnel. mire Pt. WhH. Open Man-Sat Bam ...... '
:; Cal 497-2621. 8J44tchg.
: : : .turartU)yew broiled It Many quany Closed Sunday.
1 J and 2yeereaPlits.Md ThIs a partial Isiing. 9/14.,
tt '1I1*'super 1 hlIIh tttcirncy"help!" redues yoirMrg ( Reduced Price Items not lilted 90%' of the fumltur f
>'ttte8t all>wl hs. *|l:. '' y ytads:6x .; At IIle Mlshed.TERMS .
mare decor on the) e. Ellrr tS ., FOR SALE OR KENT,
ILL 1200..he.x. lpurop'Flniiiio II t ;. f. ,. : Ccuh or good check with
THIS OFFER WILL BE FOR AUGUST ONLY proper I.O. Sale by Frank and bedroom. OVA
InsetudnhlsCOQ 'ART Barbara SpeaI. ir B If MOtJUMOfM 1 .
.1 F j TOO MANY EXTRAS ro BE LISTED '- Info cat on 1 *cr* ...... New 4' wet UcslsButler. .
I For Further :
Conditioning Contractors l ( en 121 'bet.44 -. .r4 eel lake
Air \ ,. ..10% DOWN; OWNER FINANCING ... i (904) 945-2870 9tcho ... 9/14. .
s.rvIn' Bisdford Coimtr end I LL" '';S en 2 acre lend In......... For more.*. '
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L FOR RENT HOMES Armed Forces. ..

[ Starke Ads --------' FOR SALE
I EFFICIENCY APARTMENTi 3 1/4 ", II.. Mark Schoenborn Kenneth W. Kelly
South of Stark on 301. Private, clean ,k-ir CoursePvt.
Course Completes
no 964 5687. 4tchg 9/7-28 'MATHEWS REALTY.604-"" Completes
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 1 both car HISTORICAL of Starke's oldest Kenneth W. Kelly has com
port lots of yard space, CHAA. $400 homes. Just remodeled Very nice.Only Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class pleted an Army motor transport
WANTED HELP WANTED month plot deposit with years*. $42,500. Mark R. Schoenborn, whose wise operator course at Fort Dix, N.J.
CostU USA. Inc., William D.Tlllin Troxie is the daughter of Malcolm the students
Properties sf. During course, were
VA REPOl 3 BR, 2 BA Approx. 1240
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA JOB OPENINGS Sunshine Industries has Lie. Real Estate Broker Sold a* Is. Flnan. 27000. Cash Price, Hill of Starke Repair recently completedthe trained in the operation and
openings available In several areas, received funding for new programsand 9645065. Itchg 9/7 24300. Dental Technician maintenance of military vehicles of'
will train. For Info call ((312)) 742-8620 Is looking for employees who want THREE BEDROOM I bath house, locatednear HAMPTON OAKS Classic brick beauty Course. less than four and one-half tons
ext. 362. 4tpd 9/7-28 to make a difference. We provide excellent school central heat and AC. $300 ((1987)), one acre, commute to Starke or ducted During at the Naval six-month School course of Dental con rated capacity. Instruction was also'
ANYONE CAN APPLYI Guaranteed salary and benefits. Positions! a month plus deposit with years lease. Gainesville. See to appreciate. given in the transportation of personnel
VIsa/MC. US Ev.n with bad JOB COACH 964-5065. Castle Properties USA Inc., Assisting and Technology in San
Charg. To provide on the lob MATHEWS REALTY.441 W.Madison St. equipment and supplies.
credit. No one refused. Call ((213)) training to handicapped adult work- William D. Tilfin lIc. Real Estate Diego, Schoenborn obtained the is the son of Leslie A. Can-
929-9906 ext. U4424. 4tpd 8/17.9/7 Ing In various jobs in the community. Broker. ltchg9/7 GRAHAM COUNTRY LIVING 2 acres, 3 necessary training required to In- Kelly HIlliard and Kenneth C. Kelly of
$3SO.OO/DAV PROCESSING Applicant: Desire highly motivated TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house located In BR. air, wood heater, sun deck and stall, maintain and repair dental non, His wife
PHONE ORDERS I PEOPLE CALL YOU. quick learner with ability to train men town close to shopping $275 month screen porch. 42500. or make offer. health care equipment. He also Keystone Heights. AmymIs
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.CALL tally handicapped adults In |lob skills. plus deposit. 964.5065. Castle Properties 4851189. 6tchg 8/10-9/14 received instructions in the fun the daughter of Jim Murphy of
REFUNDABLE College and human service experience USA Inc., William D. Tiflin, lIc. 9 ACRE TRACT 4 acres of mature pines damentals of electricity, tool usage Middleburg.Pvt. .
1-31S-733-6042 Ext. P-3014 and/or 2 years In vocational Real Estate Broker. Itchg 9/7 5 acres of Improved drained property and safety, air,water,hydraulic and Kelly Is a 1987 graduate of
Stpd 1/17-9/14 developmental services or industry FOR RENT 2 BR, I bath house CGSAC. pecan trees, fruit trees, mobile home, electrical flow systems, equipment Middleburg High School.
ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING preferred. Salary: $550 to $640 biweekly $250 month plus deposit. Castle Properties well septic. Great building site for component nomenclature and func
BOOKS I $32,000/year Income poten based on qualifications. USA Inc., William D. Tiffin Lie. small ranch. located 1 mile from .
tial. Details. 1-6028388885 Ext. Bk VOCATIONAL WORK SUPERVISOR ((2 Real Estate Broker 9645065. Itchg 9/7 Starke Golf Course. 34900. 964-8602 tion.A 1975 graduate of South Sumter Ronda Wells Completes
12688. 8/24 Stpd 9/07 positions) To provide training and ONE BEDROOM 1 bath apartment after 6 p.m. TFlmm High School of Bushnell, he joinedthe Basic Training -
ATTENTION HIRING I Government jobs supervision to mentally handicappedadults upstairs located In town. $175 month TWO ACRI private estate, attractive Navy in February, 1978. Pvt. Ronda C. Wells has completed
your area. $17,840 69485. Call In a sheltered workshop setting. plus deposit. Castle Properties USA like new. 3 BR 2 bath home near
1.602.838-8885. Ext. R 12,600.8/243tpd Openings In wood shop division and Inc., William D. Tiffin Lie. Real Estate Keystone ft golf course. 77000. Call basic training at Fort Dix,
9/07 sorting packaging division. Desire Broker, 9645065. Itchg 9/7 Trevor Century 21 Showcase Properties Pvt. Joseph Bellamy N.J.
EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble ability to teach the handicapped and FRESHLY PAINTEDi small apartment in Inc., Broker. 473-4903. 4tchg Graduates Course receive the training, students
products at home. Call for informa work with saws and power equipment. Lawtey. $180 month.. 782.3949. 4tchg 9/7-28 instruction in drill and
tion. 504-641-8003. ext. 9579. 8/31 2tpd ((1)) Ability to plan and supervise In a 9/7.28 ATTENTION-GOVERNMENT HOMES from Army National Guard Private ceremonies, weapons, map reading,
9/07 productive setting. Applicant: PreferHS STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to $1 (U repair). Delinquent tax property. Joseph S. Bellamy, Sr., has tactics, military courtest military
TREE SURGEONS Sapp's Tree Surgeons, and 2 years experience In Industry your work? We have clean mobile Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8889 graduated from the wheeled vehicle justice, first aid, and Army history
In business 40 years, now hiring top human services, and/or college. homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF ext. GH 12.688. Itpd 97ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT repairer course at the U.S. Army and traditions.
climbers at $7.00 plus/hr., hiring apprentice Salary: Starting $400 $538 FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities HOMES from Ordnance Center and School, in Wells is the daughter of Roy E.
climbers at $5.50/hr. (depending (Bi-weekly). Based on qualifications. paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA $1 (U repair) Delinquent tax property. Aberdeen Proving Ground Md. Wells and stepdaughter of Jeanie
on exp) Full-time permanent Fringe Benefits: Includes 2 week vacation HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8889 ext The course provides Instructionfor Wells of Starke: She graduated In
positions, paid holidays and vacations. ((1st year) 10 holidays, bonus opportunities CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES: central AC GH 3493.3tpd 97.21PERSONAL soldiers to maintain wheeled 1981 from Summerville High School,
Call 372-9538 (Gainesville) Monday free health and life Insurance extras, reasonable rents. PINES vehicles with emphasis on S.C. and received and associate
Friday. 9:00: a.m. til 4:00 p.m. 8/31 plus more. To Apply: Send 496-2366. SR 121. lake Butler. 7/I4TF maintenance publications and tools, in 1985 from Rice College,
3tchg 914FLORIDA resume to Robert Larimer, Executive 1 BR APARTMENT 1 bath heat I air SERVICESWANT diagnostic equipment and shop safety degree
ROCK INDUSTRIES Now accepting Director Sunshine Industries, P.O. Box carpet kitchen furnished Memphis, Tenn.Jeremy .
applications for drivers position. 509. Starke Florida 32091. woter/sewer/garbage furnished. $225 -
of and
is the Henry
Chauffer's license. and drug screen r. (9049647699.) 8/31 4tchg 9/21 per month, $125 deposit. Call 468-1630. THAT'S YOUR TO DRINK BUSINESS I Maggie Bellamy Bellamy of son Starke. He is a W. Boyette
quired. Previous experience preferred. 8/17TF
WANT TO STOP? 1987 graduate of Bradford High
after 4 at office, 311 Edwards
Contacct p.m. FOR RENT ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small collage. THAT'S OURS I School. Promoted to Marine Pfc.
Rd. 8/31 3tchg 9/14 Sept. IS. April 15. Heat and air condi Alcoholics Anonymous v Marine Pfc. Jeremy W. Boyette,
MAKE $1SOO-$2000 by Thanksgiving Join tion. No or small children. of
pets of Karen D. Hollingsworth
th. Super Party Plan Co., Be a House of MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, 533.2366. 8/31TF 944-319.94-4150,94-1614 Pvt. David Kolito
Demonstrator No investment. sewer, cable TV. 94-7498. I/12TF pd 8/3-10/12 Lake City, has been promoted to his
Lloyd TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Criffis CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free BasicPvt. rank while serving with
FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city Completes present
Free $300 kit. Hiring season over soon.
One child. 964 8816.
Hurry. Coll collect for Info. Bobbie water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, I bath. loop. Deposit. estimate HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Naval Air Technical Training
David W. Kolito has
97MOBILE completed
Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. TF
Naval Station
964-7498. 1/12TF Center, Air Memphis,
9047520679. 2tpd 9/7-14
HOME IN PINES unfurnished basic training at Fort Dix,
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. Millington TN.
INSURANCE SALES Bradford A Union ,
stove, regrif a air, on private drive, 1V.J.
Alachua ft Close to prison. Call 4681323. 3/9TF Pump ft Supply Co., Water He is 1988 graduate of Bradford
County area High Springsarea. clean no roaches. $200. No first 8 lost. systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve. Kolito is the son of Mollie L. Burt a
Excellent benefits and training. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE across from School.
of and Kolitoof
Keystone Heights Greg
We.'ernSouthern Lake Butler Middle School. $225 9646918. 2tpd 9/7-14 .. US 301. Starke, 32091. 9/8TF
$225-350 starting salary per Tullahoma, Tenn. His wife,
ONE ft TWO BEDROOM apartments ALTERATIONS Uppers, hems buttonholes
month and
Life. 964-3982 376.5811.2tpd $125 security. 964.8602
or after 6pm. TFlmm stove & refr. $65 weekly. Deposit. No patches, etc. Drop off and Carolyn, is the daughter of SandraK. Capt. Gary Bement
SERVICE 9/7-14 STATION ATTENDANT at Exxon. MOBILE HOME Call 964-8614 or pets. 964.6232. Itpd 9/7 pick up. 7 days a week 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Lipsey of Jacksonville. The Arrives in NetherlandsAir
HOUSE 602 E. Washington Ave. First A 964-5587. Plnehurst Variety acrossfrom private is a 1986 graduate of
964-5768. 8/24 9/14
Make application at Pep-O 620 S. 4tchg last months rent plus security depositrequired. Southslde Elem. Hwy. 100 S. Tullahoma High School. Force Chaplain (Capt.) Gary
2 BR,
Walnut St. 9/7 swimming
Itchg No pets. References required 5/25TF R. Bement has arrived for duty in
$5 $10 hour or screened porch boating and fishing.
EARN to per part-time AND The Netherlands.
325.9424.Itpd 9/7 ROOFING REPAIRS Pressure
full-time. For Information. Call $275/Mo.. utilities incl. Call 4681777. Corey T. Smith
washing. Call 9646341. Terry Parks. Bement is a chaplain with the 32nd
Ramono 7823068. Avon. 8/10TF 8/31 2tpd 9/07 7/27TF Reports for Duty Tactical Fighter Squadron. He Is the
odd HOME After 5pm.
HANDYMAN for NEEDED an estate.for Needed jobs now.onproperty .. call 964.8218. Itchg 9/7 BABYSITTING IN MY HOME All ages. 6 Marine Lance Cpl. Corey T. son of Thorold H. and Bess M. Be

Must be trustworthy and have own FURNISHED APARTMENT Clean quiet. SALE am.6 p.m.Mon-Frl. Debbie, 9646341. Smith, son of Eddie G. Smith of ment of Starke.
transportation. Contact Mrs. Sutton no children or pets. 830 N. TempleAve. 4tchg 81797DON'T Brooker, recently reported for dutyat The captain graduated in l!%.)
964-3113. 8/24 4tcha 9/14 .. 964.9424. 2tchg 83197ON HOMES FOR SALE LET YOUR CHILDS GRADES andSelf.E.t..m 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Marine from Bradford High School 111I.1 l
KINGSLEY LAKE 2 BR Mobile Home. HUGHES MOBILE HOMES Starke Sink this year. Call Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N. received a master's degree lit I'H'il!

Heat and A/C. One year lease. No petsor EAGLES NEST HOMES kit form or J.C.'s 9648594.LAWN 8/24TF ft MAINTENANCE 9649240. C.A from the New Orleans Thenl'/1' / .'al
NEW WOOD small children. First and last months erected shell. 3 men. 3 days. 964.6447 Lawn maintenance and clean-up, low 1988 graduate of Buchholz High Seminary, La.
EXECUTIVE DESK rent $100 deposit. Call 5332366. 8/31 or eves 4733627. 4/20TF rates, free estimates. 8/31 4tchg 9/21 School, Gainesville, he joined the
TFN PROFESSIONAL HOUSE CLEANING Marine Corps in September, 1988.
With Secretarial Return ON LAKE GENEVA Keystone area. 2 BR RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 Reliable, dependable Christian lady.

FOR RENT or SALE 1 both house AC kitchen equipped. BEST BUY 3/1 frame, CHSA In town. Yes, I'll come to your area. Call Sandy :. ...
Private clean beach with dock S boot $26.000. after 5 964-4886. 8/31 9/07 Wooten
$25/Mo. Purchase) p.m. 2tchg Sgt. Hugh AFFORDABLE!
or $395 month. No 475-3468 2 ba. SR 230.
ramp. pets. REDUCED $2,500i BR. on BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Days. Help
Arrives for
For $399.001 or 1-777-4501. Washer A dryer Living/dining room, family room with my 20-month old Is lonely) Ref. DutyAir TJLE. APARTMENTS
THE OFFICE SHOP hookups Itpd 9/7 fireplace garage and complete 9647321. 2tpd 6/31-9/7 Force Master Sgt. Hugh G.
022 E. Brownlco 51 .
110 W. Call St.* Starke 2 BR MOBILE HOME on large private lot 2 satellite system. $59,500. TRACTOR WORKt'mowlngT'ho-: l job 'too Wooten has arrived for duty atHomestead. :.
964.5764 miles east of Starke. Family of 3 max. 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA. smolK'uFreer' *tlmetes. .964-2844:! or \ Eor e.Ba"e.FJa. ,. Camp Bland g IUL. ;
$225 month plus $150 security. enclosed patio on 1 acre, close to 964-5414.Itpd 9/7 Wooten is a facility maintenanceunit Starke FI. 32C91 *
964.6479. Itchg 9/7 town. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SALES manager with the 31st Civil ,
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 94-8878 ft SERVICE all makes and models Engineering Squadron.His .
cleaned oiled and adjusted. $15. New wife, Gail, Is the daughter of 964-7133
THOMAS HOUSE MOVERS, INC. THREE BEDROOM. 2'/t' bath. 2 story and used sewing machines. Hwy. 233 8 Ralph Mann of Keystone Heights.The .
frame, 16x16 storage attached garage 16 (Morgan Rd.) 964.8733. 9/7TF sergeant is a 1966 graduate of 2 & 3 BR family oriented, wiih
752-2318 with storage, 44x28 shelter 14x50 RITE WAY ROOFING roofing ft repairs, Albany High School, Ga. laundry & large playg otuld.
mobile home on 10 acres. 74000. Call leaks fixed. Lawn service ft tree pruning Free electricity first month.
collect 0.259.6649, Patricia Gray Real carpentry. W.T. Turner, owner Kent 20%of your monthly
Leveling ty. 5/25TF Storke. 964-3392. 9642976. 9647612. Lona Canady PromotedTo Income If qualify
RENTAL HOUSE In Stark.for Sale: 2 BR. 1 Itpd 9/7 I you
Relocation bath, full basement, two stock' block WILL WATCH ft CARE for your child in my. Specialist Rank Ifyou cam $3.35 per lir.. 40
Raising Jt home, CHSA currently rented. MUST home. All shifts HRS registered. Lona M. Canady,daughter of LonaM. Ill's.week & have :3
SELL-REDUCED to 25500. Eves 964.3521. Itpd 9/7 Gelsnberg of Keystone Heights, dependents your rent would be
i Foundation Repairs .- "'p 4733627. 6/8TF has been promoted in the U.S. Army about J?112. a month or$3.73
.. to the rank of specialist. per day for days led In month
1 Buy and Sell Houses Canady is a watercraft engineer at for move-In after the first.

Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark Transportation Fort Eustis Va.Company.with the 558th Move-In Qualified cost Singles can be low na
$10.00. Low Income
I.EJ S<<:. 8 Housing
Home or Office Rents for 30%

CR 229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613; f45.00MonthTHIOHICISHO* Equal of Your Income
Longchamp 1 = Homing
= If You QIlCllifl
110 W.Call St.*SIO.... ......

I Homes, Inc.US 4-S744

3O1 S. ((1 1/2 Mi.) I JKg

Starke. Fl I'm a working man, too. and I know how TREE AND STUMP I

important It is to you to get your moneys .


Longchamp Homes.CUSTOM DESIGNING for ,

; the way you live. Bring us your pencilled sketch I Come In and See Me Or Phone Licensed & Insured

y 5 or rough draft. Our in-staff design artist will TERRY J. BLAKESLEE

; work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs. 9649300OFFICESPACENEED

We also have financing available. Harold. Orlan Wells Chevrolet-Oldsmobile- J -
Davis. Mortgage Broker with Gainesville Office Phone 964-75OO -v. .

: Mortgage Company is located in our office Home Phone 9646166New "... roo" .. ....

complex. Or,.if you prefer, we will work with and Used ChevroletOldsmobfleAutomobiles ED

i YOUR lender to obtain financing. : New Chevrolet Truck

's LET YOUR DREAMS BECOME A REALITYI! I Ii The U. S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural
Limited Credit No Credit No Problem .
Stabilization and Conservation Service'sBradfordClay
i Check with LONGCHAMP HOMES today. Call
964-6853. I County Office In Starke. is seeking a.
new office location within the boundaries of CITY
LIMITS OF STARKE. This office requires 650 square

feet of net usable high quality office space on the,
Senior Registered Nurse FmHAbAaEqual first floor.:. '

: Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure as a professional Opportunity' .

; registered nurse and one year experience. Lender Anyone Interested should call Warren Carver at
i Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable 964-6548 for a copy of the solicitation.

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TillS PROPERTY! U AVAILABLE 1 TO Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement
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Benefit worth over $5,000). PREFERENCE GIVEN TO APPLICANTSREOtDUNC Retirement Community Horns _?
to $18,000 anually. ( package % FMIIA CREDO .. In this smallcommunity
New Clinic under construction. Successful candidate will be A (111011 retirement .- 1 we also
eligible for all Florida career service benefits including State PARCEL TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 11 EAST community\ at Su-El's.: ,n r have Su-ETs
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tillable for Irrigation.
;I I" R. Nate Ilolton, Personnel Manager 116000.00 laundry services with "day, week long term
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: William F. Walsh County Mrs. Norman all her lived life. in She Bradford was a

VS 'C d+ni::: I William F. Walsh 49,of Keystone homemaker and a member of Nor-
doed Tuesday, Sept. 3 in Bradford thside Baptist Church.
Hospital following a sudden illness. Survivors include her husband,
12 Year Exterior Born Jan. 30, 1940 In Brooklyn Leon Norman' two sons, L.M. 'Bud-
$ : N.Y., Mr. Walsh moved to Keystone dy' Norman of Starke and David A.
L Flat Latex House Paint in 1981 from Gainesville. He served Norman of Gainesville; two

Warrante' to cover any color in Just one gfTll _ in had the been U.S.disabled Navy for from several 1958-Q.years.He Stare and, Margaret Shirley L.Thomas Norman of of
blistering and Peeling Stain, lade Survivors include his wife, Arleen Wildwood; three sisters, Edna
3-Pack chalk resistantAvailable in white, colors E. Walsh; his mother and stepfather Moore of Port Charlotte Ruby
colOrs47401-10,31-4 ,Samuel Anna F.Mitchell of Rosier of Raiford and Beulah Nor-
Wx40 ton
Masking Tape 12 Year Exterior $ 12 9 z L 0 W E S brother Rockvllle Tommy L.I. Mitchell N.Y.; and also one of man. Browning of Lawtey of; one Starke brothers; 18 ,grand-DavidB.

House And Trim Paint . .,. O Co L.N.y.Memorialization, children and 17 greatgrandchildren.Mrs. .
,99 HlQhly resistant chalking and staining- j DELUXE' for Mr. Walsh
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41012 coverage over any color-tScellenl color and gloss retention will be by cremation with burial at a Eloise RegarMrs.
Comes later dates.
in while,colors and custom colors 475&1-55.7l-74 Arrangements are being
,handled by Jones Funeral Home. Eloise A. Regar, 62, of Lake
., Butler, died Wednesday morning at
her home after an apparent heart at-
Raymer W. Brown
12-Year Warranty tack.Mrs.
Exterior Coat 4 Raymer Woodrow Brown, 76, of Regar was born In
One : Starke,died August 31 in Oceanview Tuscaloosa Ala., but lived most of
Nursing Home in New Smyrna her life in Union County. She was a
Latex Flat House Paint Beach following an extended Illness. homemaker and a member of the
Born Dec. 23,1912 in Midway,Pa., Oak Grove Church of Jesus Christ of
eco I Mr. Brown moved to Starke eight Latter Day Saints in Lake Butler.
fr prv years ago from Jacksonville.He wasa Survivors include her husband,
Good r.onrNNnp Baptist, a lifetime member of James E. Regar; two daughters
hev.NIA taers) Solomon's Lodge F&AM and a life Jimmie Sue Smith of Hueytown,
member of Scottish Rites in Savan- Ala., and Verdia Mae Keen of
ever /j nah. He was a retired diesel Alachua; three sons, James E.,
engineer with Seaboard Coastline Robert Wayne,and Clifton T.Regar,
Railroad with 30 year service. all of Lake Butler; one brother Ray
Survivors include his wife, Arline Allen of California; one sister
S. Wright Brown; one daughter, Evelyn McBride of Bessemer, Ala.;
Harriett Baxter of Homewood, Ill.; thirteen grandchildren and one
two sons, Charles of Atlanta, and greatgrandchild.Funeral .
oMso.oonroeoiprf R"g. $5.99/ Thomas Brown of Jacksonville; two services were held Friday
4 Goodllotiksaksepin9' Deluxe stepsons, Joe Stewart of in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
norlote.uusoaev Washington, D.C., and Edgar Home of Lake Butler with the Rev.
rrNroo. KiillerTFay Stewart of Kingsley Lake; one Lowell O'Steen officiating. Burial
sister, Ruth Arizini of Pinesummit, was in Douglas Cemetery in Lake
Pa.; six grandchildren and three Butler.'Granny'.
$2616 greatgrandchildren.Graveside .
ao.uu..nro funeral services were Donnie WardMrs.
coodHouiekeeping. R R held Sept. 5 at Riverside Memorial Donnie
(Granny) Markham
o oruo Park in Jacksonville with Rev. Sam
r Ward 99, of Lake Butler, died
aro ao o.a Warren officiating. Arrangementswere
Thursday at her home after an ex-
handled by Jones Funeral tended illness.
Home of Starke.
WawYear jer rr Born in Columbia County, Mrs.
Coat t Mrs. Martha McMickleMrs. Ward lived most of her life in Lake
I'remiu One "f'a Butler. She was a homemaker and
15 Year .:;. .:;. .Martha May McMickle,84,of the widow of the late David L.Ward.
Late Park of the Palms died Sept. 2 in She was a member of the First Baptist -
Exterior 4-Pack White Whispering Pines Care Center of Church of Lake Butler.
Acrylic Latex Starke following an extended illness. Survivors include three
Low Lustre House Paint Caulk Born July 29, 1905 in Brooklyn, daughters, Dorothy Lee of Jackson-
.Covorswilh one coal .ResislS mildew,staining and N.Y., Mrs. McMickle moved to ville, Lavonda Dix and Faye Hazen
-Won't chalk .Long laSlnUS"on wood Four to o" Keystone in 1968. She was a both of Lake Butler; three sons
fading masonry or alumInum siding -The last paint $387 :' homemaker and a member of Parkof Leamon Ward of Keystone, Nolan
stucco need In this century -While,colors and custom the Palms Church. Ward and Cletus Ward both of Lake
you' available 47511-22 Survivors include one brother, Butler; twenty grandchildren; 40
colors are 15 Year James Roberts of Kingston N.Y.; great-grandchildren and 12 great-
15 Year Semi-Gloss $ |C44 Wall Paint l / one granddaughter, Mrs. Willis greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
Trim Paint . Gallon Interior Flat s.Ourth McFarland of Maine; and several services were held Satur-
House & Washable- e warranteed 15 years on all tnterior surrface Fade and 4Wazranteod nieces and nephews. day in the First Baptist Church of
15 Yeah.Coven one coat- -White finest Interior flat .fn t One coat wcrubbable J- Funeral services were held Sept.SIn Lake Butler with Rev. Leamon
and Chalk Iiealstant Non-Yellowing re tetant Mvaae and h1 141581-9 Park of the Palms Chapel with Ward and Rev. Terry Cranford of-
Stain Fade. 1147531-40 whiter colors and custom color. Mr. Ernest Woodhouse and Mr. ficiating. Burial was in Dekle
and Customg. James Gilbert officiating.Intermentwas Cemetery in Lake Butler.
15 Year Interior Latex---$13 8llon in Keystone Heights Cemetery
.w.. I ..-ChgoSeoil Over !=oarne\\ g'x 12' J'lastc: under the direction of Jones Funeral
.. '<''Semi Gloss ,
I sir 1 'rte uDt cu' tom.lors.I .,_:':. .. ,n" ''' t; ;rScrubbab1e Dropcloth. Home. ,
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,I 40546 .Thelma B. Norman of Starke Obituaries

.. -_. died August 31 at North Fla.
c Regional Medical Center followingan
extended battle with cancer. She
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Recent ArrestsIn according to Patrolman Perry Gor-i
man.Bond was set at$215.25,he was Chintti a,you mm lo ulnae. .vwlbra and uncmployiMiu" Una Of A*
Bradford inoic than II million IUII CountyThe released on his own recognizance.John nl /In Int Swab mot
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following arrests were made iduk tluncy urabkmt...ceMltii she.AloaY.caiwnly' mat than
Thomas Padgett,30\was arrested 117 billion annually END OF
local authorities.
Sept. 2 for wilful-wanton _' turn la help In dill commuuIlK Iiicounwt
who un'I and 10 ClU lh>literacy
reckless driving, according to Sgt.
Everette L. Frazier, 24, was ar-
H. D. Griffis. Bond was set at
rested Sept. 2 for violation of proba- SUMMERLABOR
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married person under the age of 18, Mark Randall Davis 29, of Clay National literacy Hotline IJ I YOUR R IJJfl'CUSTOM
according to Deputy Roman County was arrested on a capias for -.-----,- DAY
Alvarez. Bond was set at$5,000.
driving under influence (DUI), according
Malanie Therese Moody 36. of to Deputy Gene Lee. Bond BUILT
Clay County was arrested Sept. 1 for was set at$500. r.. HOMES _BLOW OU'r'DISCONTINUE

failure to appear for worthless Richard Alan Williams 31,was arrested ** 6OO COMPLETE: f.
check, according to InvestigatorDavid .
Aderholt. She was released Sept.4 for DUI DWLS, refus- 9% APR FINANCING IL I
after a $100 cash bond was posted. ing to sign citation, according to NO DOWN PAYMENT
Harvey Rhoden. Williamswas
Ronald Douglas Crawford,was stopped on US-301 south in NATIONAL iT osaoINF Echo Farms Dairy Co. of
arrested Sept. 2 for failure to pay Starke. Bond was set at $940.50, he '1'1' 1u6.1:" ] ''I' _.011O"'&&._ New York Introduced the
I child support, according to Lt. was released on his own VJO OO M.. 'II" wROOOn rw milk bottle In 1879.
A-Iprholt. recognizance.
Rudolph Carter 22, was arrested Frederick A. Williams, 24, of FOR RENT OVERSTOCKED ITEMS SEASONAL
Lawtey was arrested Aug. 26 for
Sept. 4 on a capias for possession of a
controlled substance sale and DUI, according to Trooper Abrams. ITEMS ALL PRICED TO MOVE!
deliver of cocaine, according to Williams' blood alcohol content was Several Furnished Mobile Homes
Charles Carter. Bond was .10 percent. He was released after a
set Deputy at $5,00, he was released on his surety bond was posted. Cable TV Available Central Air Park & 2 SPD. WASHER

own recognizance. Playground Mat
David Dean Ward Jr., 21, of Lake Laundry
Michael Lee Walker, 18, of Duval Butler was arrested Aug. 26 for at- F. & AUTOMATIC
County was arrested August 31 for tempting to elude a police officer PINESSR121
retail theft acceding to Major W. C. and reckless driving according to DRYER
Reno. Bond was set at$500. Sgt. Goodner. He was released aftera Lake Butler ,
$525 surety bond was posted. AIR
Keith Coy Jones, 24, was arrested 496-2366
Aug. 30 for violation of probationsale Bruce Anthony Devito of Pompano bSO -
( and deliver of controlled Beach was arrested Aug. 25 for
substance), according to Deputy DWLS, according to Major W. C.
Gene Lee. Bond was set at$2,000. He Reno. Devito is wanted in West .
was released on his own Palm Beach, he is being detained on 121.90 -
I recognizance. a warrant for that county.
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Carolyn Evett Hill, 22, of Alachua Gregory Gibson, 27, was arrested .
i I was arrested Aug.31 for contempt of Aug. 29 for DWLS, unlawful tag and Large Group
court, according to Deputy Lee. She violation of probation, according to en LAUNDRY SELECTED ELECTRIC GAS
was sentenced to 60 days in the coun- Deputy Roman Alvarez. Bond was Gibson GE, GE, Maytag.RANGES &
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Michael Eugene Mills,22,of Duval Patrolman Smith. Bond was set at Magic : Reg. 219.95
i was arrested Sept. 4 for driving $120.25, he was released on his own 20 25% to 329.95 reduced to
while license suspended (DWLS), recognizance. $178 to$278

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Mary Louise Green retirement in 1980. She was a _

Funeral services lor Mary Louise member of First Assembly of God of _
green are incomplete at this time. Ft. Myers.
,Funeral arrangements will be announced Survivors include two daughters,
Carolyn Tyler and Lisa Tyler, both
at a later date by Archie
Tanner Funeral Home. of Starke;her mother Annie Lanierof
Lake City; four sisters, Ruth
Veasey and Nella McGee, both of 1
Clara 'Doll' WilliamsClara Starke,Joyce Crawford of Lake City

"Doll" Williams, 69, of Ft. and Shirley Mankins of San
Myers, died August 29 at Shands Luisobispa Calif.; one brother,
Hospital in Gainesville following an Richard Wiliams of Portland, Ore.; CLEARANCE
extended illness.A and five greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
native of Alabama, Mrs. services were held Friday -
Sept. 1 at the Chapel of Archie
Williams moved to Ft. Myers about
50 years ago. She owned and Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. of REFRIGERAT R !
operated the Circle W Restaurant Lowell Van Vleck officiating. Burial
from 1957-73. She then owned and was in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
operated the Farmers Market Archie Tanner Funeral Home of r
Restaurant in Immokalee until her Starke in charge of arrangements. 23.6 cu.ft. TOP r -

Services Held for Mrs. Burns, MENOPAUSEAND FREEZERGlass I
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Funeral services for Mrs. Bessie Starke area from 1932 to 1941. A
Morgan (Bess) Burns, 92,were heldat member of St. Mark's Episcopal SAVE. 131 95
10:30: a.m. Wednesday Sept. 6, in Church,she served as district presi-
St. Mark's Episcopal Church with dent of the women's organization,
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Father John M. Flynn, former rec- and was an honorary member and BEYONDA
tor of the church officiating.Mrs. past president of the Starke TOP FREEZER
Burns was born February 2, Woman's Club. I
1897 in Morgan, Arkansas, and was Since 1974 Mrs. Burns had residedin free public Door, sealed meat pan. glas shelves
reared in Dallas, Texas. She was Cathedral Towers in Jacksonville, deep door shelves. BIG crispers w
married to Edward Burns of until last November when she left to education program.With Reg. 1399 Sale $1128
Houston, Texas on October 3, 1919. live with her niece,Andrea Cabler in SAVE. .
Mr. & Mrs. Burns lived in the Early Texas a suburb of today's longer life expectancy, most women 27195
Panama Canal Zone until moving to Brownwood. She died there August will spend one-third of their lives beyond I
Starke in May 1922. She was activein 31 and is survived by two other menopause. This program will address the facts 15.7 cu.ft. BOTTOM
community affairs and was nieces, Mrs. N.J. Cain of Port and the myths of this important phase in a
librarian for the Santa Fe Regional Isabel, Tx., and Mrs. Bert Hombs of woman's life. FREEZER
Library branch in Starke from 1955 Hesperia, Calif.Interment; .
Glass '
Icemaker shelves
to 1960 when it was located in the was in Crosby: Lake porcelain 1
building now occupied by Badcock Cemetery at Starke,under directionof Thursday, September 14 crisper& meat pan on roller track.
Furniture Company. Jones Funeral Home.In Reg. 1249 Sale $1028
During World War II she was lieu of flowers, contributions in 7-8:30: pm ..., SAVE. .
employed by: General Headquartersof her memory may be made to St. Bradford Hospital 22195
the American Red Cross at Camp Mark's Memorial Fund, Box 487,
Blanding and was a social worker in Starke,Fl.32091.
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