Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01570
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01570
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Outside... Inside... ?i KY l tT 1r3RAR Bradford Count

Up to 5 inches of snow has fallen In the northern rockies and great SECTION 12 Pas. OF FU. t .,'. '" he y

plains in Nevada and Wyoming, but the front invading from Hard N.WI. .. . .. .....1-:SA HIS/ T QR.,
Canada will not affect our temperatures more than a couple Editorial Page. . .. ... .4A
degrees. Social. . . . ... ...SA SINCE 1879
Northeast winds from the Atlantic have brought cooler air to Birth . . . . .. . tA
north Florida bringing some humidity but little rain over the past Hampton Hlllght. .. .. . 7A
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And even cooler air is expected by late Friday on Into the Sport. . . . .. .. .'-12A I;
weekend, as the Canadian front passes southward and the high
pressure area fills In behind, with winds changing to the northwest. SECTION Bi 12 Page. t

Lower humidity should follow the front and no rain is expected. Drug Awarene. . .. . .. IB
The earliest freeze, according to Jacksonville records, Is Art Show . . . . . 2B I
November 3, and the average first frost is Nov. 29. The first Bike Rider :. ... .. . ... 4B
temperature to dip into the 40s is October 19, on average. Ar.a N.w..5.: 12B
For beach goers,the Atlantic tides will be high about 3 pm.SaturSFCC Updat.. . . . .. .61 ,I
day and 4 pm. Sunday. News Sri.!.. . . . . .7BObltuarle OCT 1 0 The Sweetest Strawberries; This Side .
1989 o, .__ ,ten
The moon will reach its first quarter Saturday, Oct. 7, and will be . . . . .SB
full Oct. 14. Claiilfled . 9-11B 110th Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25! l'"lt.l'opy
12th Issue Thursday,October S. l'H9! USPS OH2-70II

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Veteran Silcox

[ NotingClass

of 1960... Heads Council

A BHS class of 1960 reunion plan-
ning meeting is scheduled at 7:30
pm.Monday, Oct. 9 in Dexter's
Restaurant, on North Temple Ave. by Butter Rahn
All members please attend. -.4 ICT Staff Writer
Vernon Silcox, re-elected without

Car Wash... rr' cj opposition for his tenth two-year I /
term on the city commission, was _
A car wash will be held Saturday, elected by his peers to be mayor- .I ) .. .. -' '. I'
October 30 on the Community State commissioner of the Starke Councilfor ;, .

Bank parking lot, beginning at 9 : : 198990.It ,
a.m., $2 per vehicle. will be the fifth time Silcox has
Proceeds go to "Victory Revival served as mayor. .J
Center of Heilbron Springs." I + The Starke council has historically
rotated the mayorcommissionerseat
Parents Workshop... ... t I among the five members, -

A workshop for parents is without any particular order. *;

scheduled for Tuesday, October 10, Former Mayor Bobby Biggs sur- F- _t 1..1
at 7:30: p.m., in Lawtey Elementary .. j rendered the gavel to retiring Com- do.Vernon .
School. 'C missioner Charles Schaefer several
Parents will receive pracatical weeks ago, in order that Schaefer Silcox
tips and ideas to help their child to could retire as mayor of the city. New Stork Mayor
be successful. Handouts and Commissioner Travis Woods was City Attorney Ternece Brown and
refreshments provided. For further mayor-commissioner in fiscal year Surveyor Pat Welch were
information, call 7823639. ; 1987-88, preceeding Biggs. unanimously re-appointed to their I
Commissioner Ed Wall is in his positions with the city.

American Legion... .Ct ,.r4 ..t first term, and lacks the necessary Wall, chairman of the Starke Zon-
f seniority to move into the mayor- ing Board and Starke Board of Ad-
The American Legion Post 56 and
commissioner chair to ci-
,according justment, recommended the re-
the Post Auxiliary will meet at 7:30:
ty protocol. of board members
Tuesday, October 10, at the appointment
p.m. Commissioner Vernon Barber
terms expired Sept. 30.
Legion Hall on Edwards Road. sworn-in Tuesday night, Oct. 3, for Walter Wescott and Doris Sand-
These units both meet on the se- the first time the commission.
on berg, re-appointed to the Zoning
cond Tuesday of each month. The irL1
Barber Schaefer on the
replaces Board for 3 terms.
Post meets again on the fourth ; a 43 \ council.
Claire Capps and Sam Bassett,
each month.
: W Returning Silcox to the mayor- re-appointed to the Board of Adjust-
commissioner position was predic-
ment 3 year terms.
Hugo Victims... table under the circumstances.
Chief of Police !s and
Publix grocery trucks will make Barber moved to nominate Wall all police officers "on boar were
final pick-up of supplies for South for vice-mayor, which was secondedby formally re-appointed to positions
Carolina victims of hurricane Hugo My Woods, and passed unanimously. currently held.citywide .

today, Thursday, Oct. 5, from the .
Armory on Edwards Road. /
Making History:

Class The BHS of class 1970.of 1970.. Is settingup -- t47 i Barber is 1st Black C 'man. I

the planning committee for a 20
year class reunion. All 1970 Wise is 1st Woman Ci* v iilerk
graduates are requested to meet at
the home of Cindy Strickland by Buster Rahn u Inch would have

Futch, Tuesday, Oct, 17 at 7 p.m. .. ', ICT StaN Writer eliminated one of two current
Ph. 964-8953 or call David .. Starke's history-making event of members. New district lines put
Kirkland, ph. 4732372. ..... -- w.asaw.- seating a black councilman and Schaefer and Commissioner Ed Wallin I
fr :, woman clerk went virtually unnoticed the same district, which could on-
Gator QB Club... : c:' ; by residents as Vernon Barber ly be resolved by one of the two drop-

The Starke Gator QuarterbackClub !' .j and Linda Wise broke new ground in ping out or facing a contest at the

will meet at the Bradford til"f-' Starke's political arena.
Both office holders were sworn in
County Fairgrounds :,
Oct. 5. Social hour at the beginning of the 1989-90 fiscal
: p.m., Homecoming Hoopla. .
covered dish dinner at 7 year for the city Tuesday, October 3.
p.m. On. of thee II senior coodi will b
City Attorney Terence Brown con-
Tom Kelso, UF coach will speak.
crowned th. Iflf Bradford High ducted the brief ceremoney, wick
Special Olympics... homecoming queen a* th. highlight of th. also included the swearing-in of
Tornado Whirl tonight (Thursday Oct. 5)). Chief of Police Jimmy Epps and
Bradford County Special Olympics -
Th. antlr. itudent body vote today. Th.y veteran councilman Vernon Silcox,
will hold a car wash at the
or. At bottom Tavla Heddlng, daughter both of whom succeeded
Community State Bank, Saturday of Mr. and Mr*. Norman Nodding Stork.) themselves.To .
Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds Shari Bass, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. L.. set the stage for the new office

will go to help support Brad Boil, Stark.; Lori Sellers, daughter of Mr. holders, both councilman Charles ..
ford County Special Olympics. and Mr*. Ronnl. S.ll.r At topi Kim Schaefer and City Clerk Neil Tucker
for the wash will be
car Johnson daught.r of Mr. and Mr*. J.rnol retired, paving the way for Barber *
$3 per ticket, which can be purchased Johnson, Stark., and Christy Gault, and Wise...
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from Special Olympians. daught.r of Mr. and Mr*. W.E. Gault a.Lawt. -
For further information, call Dan .,.
Cuddington, Ph. 964-6911.
Bottom photo S.nlor cods Ion Loonoy, Linda Wise
Flu Vaccine... left, and Samantha Jon.. and Candle. N.w Stark. Clerk

Who should get influenza vac- Robert paint a sign Tuesday night a* polls. Scheafer, with 18 years on the
cine? ludent built Hoot for 'rlda,'* parade. city council chose to retire in favorof
Because flu is usually mild and Th. float were taking ihope but It will baa the younger Wall.

most people recover fully, health ""'I' .. ruin to finish them by parada time, 1 Linda Wise, an 18 year veteran of
officials emphasize the use of vac- p.m. Friday. the clerk's office, was elected
cine for the elderly and people with automatically when no one else I
other health problems most likelyto qualified for the position.
be seriously ill or to die form the :Y, Barber, who formerly] served on
flu or its complications. For exam- the Starke Zoning Board, faced Rev.
ple, people who after even lighr ex- A.J. Simmons in the Group 2 com-
ercise become short of breath due mission race, and won easily.
to diseases affecting their heart or Silcox was re-elected without op-
lungs, and people who have low position, beginning. his 10th term in
resistance to infections, are likely office.
to be more seriously affected by -- _/ Starke voters elected Police Chief
the flu. Thus, the following groups Whirl Kicks Off Homecoming I.r' Jimmy Epps for the second time this
are at highest risk for serious illness Vernon Barber year, in his bid for chief of police. In
with the flu and have been Flrit Block Councilman both races, Epps drew former police
particularly recommended to officer John Hodges as an opponent,
receive vaccine: It's homecoming time again at ders will take on Class 2A behind the library.Activities such as Earlier this year a court mandate and won.
The elderly who have chronic Bradford High. powerhouse Madison High. Head horse shoe contests, pie eating con- required the city to elect city council "We're making history tonight,"
health problems and those with Theme for the 1989 celebration is Coach David Hurse expects a tough tests, volleyball games are planned. members from districts, rather than said Commissioner Bobby Biggs.
long term heart or lung problems.The "Tornado Showdown." game. Explanations of rules and definite
vaccine will be given at the Tornado Whirl set for 8 p.m. today BHS students are celebrating five schedules wil be distributed
Bradford County Health Depart- (Thursday, Oct. 5). BHS classes days of homecoming, with a different homecoming week. Exemption Workshop SetA J i I
mentTuesdays, October 10th and will present skits. Football players activity each day. Friday, Oct. 6: Everyone should
17th, between 1-4 p.m. cheerleaders, and Spirit of BradfordBand Monday, Oct. 2: Cowboy hat day. wear their favorite duds and shades. workshop meeting is set at 7:30 plied to rental landlords of over 8,10, '
There will be a $5 charge for the will be featured. Everyone was expected to wear a The homecoming parade will p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, for Bradford or 12 units. The board needs to
vaccine. One of five BHS senior coeds cowboy hat. Questions were asked assemble on Washington St., adja- commissioners to work out details of decide where to set the cutoff.
elected by the senior class will be about the old west. cent to BHS, move westward to exemptions to be applied to the $100
Upcoming... crowned 1989 homecoming queen Tuesday, Oct.3: The muddiest car Orange St., there to turn south and across-the-board assessment to be The commission has invited,at the I
Public meetings scheduled in the after a vote of the entire student or truck won a ticket to Tornado proceed to..Call. St. charged to county residents.The suggestion of Commissioner Ross
coming weeks are: body today. The contestants are Whirl. More trivia questions were "fhe parade will move-eastward on board has decided to exempt Chandler, a member of each city ,
Bradford County School Board Tavia Hedding Kim Johnson,Sharri asked. Call St., hopefully to go north on Indigent persons, churches and commission in the county to attend I
Bass Lori Sellers and Wedesday, Oct. 4: Blow the big-
Christy fraternal from Commissioners
will meet Monday October 9 in Ad- bubble US-301. However as late Wednes- organizations paying the workshop meeting. -
ministrative Building on North Gault. gest you can for a Tornado day, Oct.4,the school did not have the new$100 tax of which $70 will go admit they've done a poor
Whirl ticket. More trivia
Temple Ave., at 7 p.m. The homecoming parade Is set for questions. permit to parade on US-301. If the operate the jail and $30 to the selling job on the$100 assessment on
Brooker city council will meet 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6. There was a Thursday Oct. 5: Lunch periods parade can't use 301, it will proceed emergency medical system. property owners. _
Tuesday, October 10 In Brooker Ci- Sept. 29 entry deadline for the will be combined into a one-hour across 301 and go on east to Walnut What is indigent, the board needsto
ty Hall, at 7:30 p.m. parade.At block for a Tornado Rodeo. After Street, then turn back north on decide. Tax bills will be mailed out Nov. 1,
Hampton city council will meet 8 p.m.Friday,Oct.0, BHS grid- fourth period the rodeo will begin Walnut St, back to Washington St. Also, an 80 percent rule will be ap- and must be printed before that.

TueSdaY October In Hampton

City Tuesday Starke Hall,,October city at 7 p.m.council 17 in will Starke meet City EPA Deadline Pushing Polk Site for Hazardous Waste Incinerator I

Hall at 7:30 -
Bradford p.m.County School- Board Faced with an October 17 deadlineto Officials from Florida First Processing Polk County with a capacity to incinerate bon, DER was "forced onto a fast disposing of their hazardous wastes
Inc. the firm to tons of hazardous track to meet an October 17 for the next 20 years.Failure to comply (
will meet Monday, October 23 at 7Buiilding "put up or shut up" on a hazardous proposing 40,000
in Administrative waste treatment facility, build a $75 million treatment plant wastes annually. Results of the deadline" set by the U.S. En- could cost Florida an estimated
on p.m.North Temple Ave. Florida's Department of En- near Mullberry. met with DER staff meeting were not known at press vironmental Protection Agency.The $20 million to be used for cleaning up
Bradford County Zoning Board, vironmental Regulation Is apparently members In Tallahassee Tuesday to time Wednesday. EPA has threatened withdrawal of its 35 hazardous waste sites.

normally set for the last Tuesday in on a fast track to clear the way for help clear up any remaining scientific According to an article In"Florida millions In Superfund clean-up While stepping up negotiations
states that fail to sub-
each month, U tentatively set for a permit hearing on a proposed $75 questions concerning the opera Environments" a monthly publica- money from (see Hazardous..H.3A)
October 17 for
million tion of a privately owned plant in mit firm plans by
Tuesday, October 24, to avoid conflict \ -plant in Polk County. .

p.m.be with held Halloween.in Starke The City meetingwill Hall at 7 Request for' Political Forum Rejected by' City Board of AdjustmentGoyke I

Board will meet -
Starke Zoning
Thursday October 28, In Starke Ci- by Buster Rahn Starke its regular meeting Thurs- The property, a 4 acre lot and a b ; Francis Zacek is listed as petition."
ty Hall, at 7 p.m. .ICY Staff Writer day, Sept. 28. acre lot, are located in the corner of owner of the second lot. Wells then moved to the podium to
Susan Faulkner Colley Road and SR-100S Board of Adjustment member explain a group of Starke residents
Festival of the Arts scheduled The city Board of Adjustmet turned represented the fronting
for downtown Starke, Saturday and down a request for a special exception property owners m.seeking the on the highway, with Geiger Road Orlan Wells excused himself from wish to buy the property, providingSee

Sunday, October 28-29. to situate a political]forum In special exception,described for lack adjacent to the back of the plot. One consideration of the request, saying ( Special...?JA)
a residential neighborhood at in SE of a better term,as a"private club." lot U owned by John and Peggy "I hive a conflict of.Interest in this

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Lee Seeks to Rezone Property for 2nd Time

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by Butter Rahn tioner from bringing a request backto Lee presented his request, saying Henry and Betty Mumford, whose
acT Stuff WriterMaurice the board within 12 months, hence he reduced the original request to home is north of the Lee property,
Lee again petitioned the the year's delay. rezone 4.8 acres to 2,9 acres to ap- came to the podium to express opposition -
Bradford County Zoning Board to Lee, retired from DuPont, pur- pease neighbors. (That action was to the rezoning request.
: rezone 29 acres from Open Rural chased the 4,8 acres across the road taken last year). Mrs. Mumford says land in the
(OR) to Residential Single Family- from his home, several years ago for Because of the plot lay-out, Lee area is not much good for
Mobile Home (RSF-MH) off Griffis the purpose of establishing a mobile said he can only add one additionalunit cultivating, and if the request is ap-
Loop, 2 miles southeast of Starke. home park, to supplement his retirement in compliance with rules gover- proved, every landowner in the area
The Zoning Board will recommend income. Over a period of time, ning septic tanks and wells,althoughhe will request rezoning, making one
) approval to County Commissioners, Lee provided water and septic tanks would like to add more. big mobile home park. ,
who will hear the request Wednesday for the five units currently on the Lee said he also has to provide fora Both Mumfords addressed the
."' October 18, at 7:30 p,m. property.Lee's new well, since the old one is going quality of the graded roads, saying
It. Lee seeks the rezoning In order to problems began when he bad. He plans to have a 4" well drill- they become impassable, in wet {
r ''f add a sixth home on a 4,8 acre plot, decided to add a sixth unit,and spent ed in the near future. weather. "Traffic nasitripled: in the
I which already has 4 mobile homes $3,000 installing a septic tank priorto Dianne Black, a tenant on the Lee past 7 years," Mrs. Mumford said.
?tI' and a frame house in place. getting the plot rezoned.: Although property, spoke in favor of allowing Mr. Mumford cited a time when 3
The Tuesday, Sept. 26, Zoning there was strong opposition to rezon- Lee to add another mobile home, cars were stuck in the muddy road
Board meeting was a re-run of a ing. Lee appeared to have the rezon- with testimony similar to her sup- and remained there overnight
similar meeting in May, 1988 in ing in hand when the Zoning Board port of a year ago. Ernest Beeman presented a petition -
which the Zoning Board recommended voted to recommend approval. E.Z. Lee, owner of a trailer park with signatures of persons ob-
.,-, .. '"",""""", approval, only to be turned County commissioners blockedthe across the road, and brother of jecting to the rezoning, saying
Give the BOSS a Good One ... down by the county commissioners rezoning by overruling the Zoning Maurice Lee, said he has no objec- drainage water runs off the Lee property .
Robert \Val-lUart Store Manager In June, 1988. Board with a 4-1 vote. Former tion to approval of the rezoning re- onto his (Beeman's) land.
I and Ladles Wear Manager Uremia (ioodwln square off in The current request for rezoning is commissioner Lawrence Mosley quest. Beeman also said that Lee has
a pie throwing fund raising event Monday morning before the store opened unchanged from the prior request. cast the single vote in favor of the made no improvements since"going
employees gathered to watch the fun. Zoning regulations prohibit a peti- petition. Opposition..: before the board last year."

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Above is Garrett a few minutes '
ufter the pies wrre thrown.i,1 .




Charities OCTOBER 5 11 1989 ,

The local Wal-Mart > count Store : i i
management and emiees have a
unique method of collecting
mployee contributions and raising IN OUR MEAT DEPT. IN OUR pEll DEPT-
funds for charitable purposes
Occasionally a month will be
elected when events are plannedand
funds raised for local charities,"
aid Store Manager Robert Garrett
During the month of September,
all department managers and all 1J 1 1 I
management personnel have had a r.
jar for depositing donations for lzn
charitable gifts. The jar owner with
the most money and the jar owner
with the least money were to be the
targets of a pie throwing event, held
Monday morning, October 2, a few
minutes before the store opened.
"This is Brenda Goodwin's idea," ,, 'I
said Assistant Store Manager John } Si J

Stritch. Brenda, Ladies Wear lift q't?
Department Manager, was a pie '1u
throwing target for most money in
her jar, and also a successful bidder
for a pie to throw.A u II '
period of last minute donationsto
avoid being low man, and hectic 't
bidding for the pies preceeded the R'r 1
trip to the parking lot for the pie ; ; ;

throwing, finale.
All jars were emptied and combined tt"l M : l2'", f' tr
with monies collected during a i.\\ 1 tk t
ear wash, bake sale, and other fund c
raising events held earlier duringthe = r, 4
month by store personnel, bring i1c ;
:ing the total funds raised to about X)1; i
:$500, according to Garrett. ,
The charity selected this month
:was Sunshine Industries, the Brad-

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[Shortage Continues % /

:::Despite recent rains, the month of
:October is expected to be predictably -
; dry in the Suwannee River
:Water: Management District and the
governing board has continued the
modified phase II water shortage r IN OUR BAKERY DEPT.r4 .
::.:The water shortage advisory hasKeen
continued because parts of the
SRWMD are still experiencing
record low groundwater levels. :; f'
District staff does not forsee any .5 ,tF .e1j1
noticeable rise in ground water or
river levels until the winter rains. s
F The modified phase II means man- t.
datory restrictions may be imposed
%jn a case-by-case basis where there
:is reasonable evidence that a particular -
water use is causing harm to
an adjacent legal user. By issuing a
modified phase II, the governing
hoard allows district staff to judge
each situation individually instead .'
of imposing specific across-the-
board water restrictions'
'==Rainfall for the month of August
on a district-wide basis was again
lli low average. The average forAugust .. '
Is 7.73 inches.Actual rainfall .1:" t.,

!Kyeraged 5.40 inches, or 2.35 inches ,,i;,%,.,
below average. ".'\
:5:: For the year January through .if:f
August, the only month that averag-
>$3 above normal rainfall was June. .
s Groundwater levels are still low i
throughout most of the district. Nor
mals were recorded in the nor-
Ujeastern area of the district and in
the coastal area between the
Reinhatchee and Lower Suwannee

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Special Exception. from page 1A

the special exception is granted, for perty will be from Colley Road, to going to do, but what others will do."
the purpose of establishing a place to preclude entering off SR-100, which Bill and Elsie Reeder expressed
hold discussion of issues and hear would be dangerous, Wells said. concerns about the number of
politicians. "A lot of people attending the automobiles being parked on the
Upon being questioned, Wells meetings will be law enforcement property. Early in the meeting
identified three other men Ken personnel, and we hope the com- Susan Faulkner had mentioned {in
Teal,Wiley Clark and Steve Reagan, munity will use the building for passing that "500 cars can be parked ;
fSad. as being partners in the venture. receptions weddings, etc," Wells on the 10 acres." :
Wells said there are other persons In told the group. Bill asked "How can passengers .;
town Interested in forming the "We don't want to be office from 500 cars get into a 3,000 sq. ft.
7.1 forum, but cannot be named at this holders, but we'd like to have some building? What will people do after
time since commitments have not effect on government, particular on the meeting?
"' been made. city and county." Mrs. Reeder said, "We aren't
Wells explained, "It won't be a Wells said the group will not be a fools. Sooner or later you're going to
Taking the Oh.... club. More like a civic round-table to fraternal organization, and will not do something with the property.

TerW rClo"n (left) administers the Receiving| the Oath of Office are (l-r): Mayor Vernon consider issues before government qualify for a non-profit status. Wells responded to Mrs. Reeder
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City bodies. We to have 6 Sylvia Quiette asked the saying, "We'll use it for the
oath of office to the n the council meeting Tuesday night. October 3. EPP. and Councilman Vernon Barber. times a year, to which we plan to in- the word "Lodge," which had stated, or put it back on the _
vite the governor, senators been used to describe the facility. market." ::
legislative candidates and others to Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Carolyn Hayes asked Wells who ,
appear before the group. That, in a said the word is only a category and are his associates?When Wells named I I
.oce Hi-Q'crs Beat KIIIIS nutshell, is what we'd like to do." really is not descriptive of the facili- the three men planning the facility ;

....._.1b/''''_''I Inlmn l 11-l While Wells disclaimed the facili- ty Wells plans for the property. with him O'Neal reminded the -
The BHS High-Q Team team,scor- ty's being a private club the conna- Grace Fullwood questioned Wells board that the special exceptiongoes
Pubic' Auction Sale ing 150 unanswered points went on tlon of a private club serving about renting the building,and Wells with the land rather than the In-
Nollcnl to rout the academicians from alcoholic beverages seemed to stickin replied, "Whatever, any function dividual. If the special exception is
Keystone High 285-34 Tuesday, Oct. the minds of the board members would be compatible with the not utilized it reverts after one year
Rn.w., _'.. dmab.d bdow hnb..n in the match for O'Neal said.Members.
Uml Ill.paily\ /nlwn.l Cod. .1331. Ili.ropwly 3. season-opening and surfaced more than once. neighborhood.
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Mind 10. .bI',.n10I du.from
both Ron Denmark and Clair
teams. Wells said, "I would never sponsora Barbara Gloria expressed concern
J con.-tuctlan Ina.Th. drinking party or allow drinking about safety of children in the area, Capps indicated neither would sup- k
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1010101'- ''I7' o The Tornadoes answsered correctly anywhere I have an interest. I don'tbelieve with the increase in traffic. port the request. Wells responded by j
it will disturb the Charles McDonald, who recently saying "The concerns of the '1
D.I.td S.I., : ect0bor 19. 166!!?-.., on 25 of 33 toss-up questions attempted (
v for 125 points and added 160 neighbors." moved into the neighborhood, said residents are valid, but I hope thepeole 1
Tim.IN s.1.: o 00 100 additional points on bonus questions.The There were about 20 area (to Wells), "Everything you have will have faith in my integri-
PI...01 S./: Mlnc'r 9.7 N' q ap.pP,p1AY ewtlpn.. ........ n. residents in attendance all of whom said is an assumption. You're being ty."
nil.olt.r.d, only' II.igl'l Iltl.,..... .11....A. 3 Mey Conetzuct"n inn.In Bradford JV team won 80-70. objected to approval of the request evasive. I've only lived here for a Member Sam Bassett said he op-
.nd to Ih1 0" .61.111' ,bo.fI...., r.101." Ii__.,.... IM Iniwn.l A_......,..wn, ./urnmlnl.n,0tlon / Coach Crawford's with nine or 10 coming to the podiumto year, but if you (the board) approve posed the request for a special exception -
....... ..., Stanley troops
.1101108' 0dO..edplh.n 0LJ1 I pp OIb/nmbr.o/ 1,103 III 10.1011y' dnwmMln6.ho 1010001 Into opened the scoring with Kevin speak. it, I won't be there next year.' for several reasons, men-
Peterson about tioning the nearby school and safety _
Krack's correct to the wells emphasized the run-down Mary complained
al Prop.rty: arlb ,nu.-l '--tor"7Y1IrJ1 Flat question "5C-3 equals response 27. C equals condition of the property,saying it is about an increase in traffic as resultof of students. Bassett said, "The use is -'
how much? The answer is 6. The In- grown-up in weeds,two old abandoned the proposed building, and also not compatible with the community. =;
with \Aoout<> nut.mrnrV dians closed the score to 15-5 before cars and a freezer with the lid told Wells the land is under water in It is a nice community, and I don't r
I..bc I.tkf.q the 150 point scoring binge by the propped open on the land, rendering wet weather. want to see it changed." :
1.0. 1 iyllrpi.960 Tornadoes ballooned the score to it unsafe, expecially for area Nancy Lopez, a teacher at Susan Faulkner came to the -
1655. children.If Southside Elementary, said she hasa podium to say the owners noting the :
the special exception is granted. concern about renting the facility, opposition wished to withdraw the -
"Key to the varsity match ap- Wells said, the underbrush will be saying, "You don't know what application thereby ending the
IIInii4l 11A. S 1,100.00Prop.bty peared to be Keystone's inexperience cut, and the property will look "likea renters will bring in." meeting.
said Coach Crawford. The group plans to Lopez asked, "If it folded, what Wells left Friday morning for an
"We still need a higher percentageon enovate the house for a caretaker to then? If you were to sell the property extended trip to the New England
bonuses which was the Achille s live in, and build a 3,000 sq. ft. and some one else came .... States, and could not be reached for
coot' WIn.p.el.d heel of last year's team." meeting hall. Entrance to the pro- biggest: concern is not what you are his reaction.
pl; INreE ,epppll .ta'I" 987 N. _I. rye 8trkseLP1yn,0n1

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Ii I Poll O.yl1I._,...on.apw'osnI, 0161,0.0 bid' from page 1A
T.m" 0 DdwrA llypyt 10 lollowo
with'Florida First Processing DERis expressed hope that i the Tuesday The time element is important to order to rush it to contract if the
Fom, An .m..11 Y/l.. III b. uh. pnlr1.0' nhnrk.. ....,..' .. ........... Mock w b.. United 6.1a still keeping Union County as an meeting in Tallahassee should be DER in order to avoid EPA Polk County facility is derailed.
P.ym.nl: _"'..b.n1..fI.. W..,.......mo0y...... Mo.._. wpony urdw p.y.bl.' to tho 'Inlw.lprom. ace-in-the-nole in case the Polk followed up around the first of the penalties, and it has been projectedthat Florida First faces a local rezoning
sor'Ir'F County plans which would require year "by our intent to issue the per- pending court suits and appealsover hearing on the proposed phosphate
r-TII.-'I! ID... I rezoning of property go awry. mit." He added that once the per the Union County site could lands site. Opposition to the proposed -

{A,.....1Nl.m.uw, ,......,,"'@,N ar I 10-03-89 As quoted in "Florida En mits are issued Florida First delay completion of a plant there un- plant has reached the boiling
1".13 ",1111.. Hwy a.- l ck.OIWlll.. ... r'-.3166r. (9011) 1 vironments", Raoul Clark of DER estimates that it could have the til 1994. point In the Mulberry area, but the
...2434,/x. 01.1, said that Florida First's proposal treatmenmt plant completed in a Clark said, however, that DER is Polk County Commission has so far
"...was a very well written well year to 15 months after ground proceeding with preliminary paper- taken no stand in opposition to the
Dreoared permit application" and breaking. work for the Union County site in plant.

'. Ladies arc 91Volleyball .
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I7.. .p ..w.yy n6Rn Ir7]- AI 't' r .a. Lady Tornado ''Volleyball/ The next four points were for San ford was down 2-8 but came back to
team, coached by veteran mentor ta -Fe; but Butler ended the game 7-8 on one point by Annette Simi
Inez Diggs, has conquered two more with a block, 15-12. mons, one by LaTara Jackson and
foes, boosting their season record to In the second game, Bradford led three straight by Aurilla Williams.
9-1. off with a 10-0 lead, then allowed one Monika Williams scored one point
Tuesday, October 3, the,petters ace before coasting on to the 15-1 while Buchholz ran the score on to
traveled to Santa Fe and avenged win. 8-14 when Eyvette Covington came
the only loss of the season beatingthe to serve her third round. A string of
'. Raiders handily in a,two game In the second match of the year eight points without an ace gives
I series, 15-12,15-1. : .. September 12, Santa Fe invaded the testimony to the strong backcourt
Meeting Buchholz at their home Tornado gym to hand their only loss play of Rita Stepheny and the entire
28, the home team a close see- team working as a unit in defensive
court Thursday September to the after
COMB VISIT JEFF NORMAN AT OURmi girls won again in a two game saw match. The first game was lost play.
match the first game being,led by 11-15, the second won 15-7, and the
Buchholz 14-8 until eight straight third was tied at 12-12 and again at Stepheny plays only In backcourt I

IN DEERFOOT service points by Eyvette' Cpvington. 13-13, but won by the raiders 15-13. positions says coach Inez Diggs,
LOCATION won the game 16-14: and is a strong member of the defen-
The Tornado netters have a stringof IHS vi. Santa F. sive effort.
eight straight wins six': of those .
IriLLAGE SHOPPING PLAZA wins were in two game series. .FNm.N.m. .....Ao.1 Del.,..
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II.otllo/ pillion's 6 8 14111.S lobs.!
.& "The girls were on last night, 4'''', ,.....
said Coach Digs. "They. did .,.....Co everything right.' .- 3.n..e S 1 ...... a,.... C.01n0o II I>kllll, I dla" i ito
with 11..4........ 1 a 8.11I.. 0 Slob. I ,... feckee a 11 kill
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@ starting game klnk1.M 11kill. Aurllle WUIkeme 4 14 kllli,1 Macke.lalf .
GeeCtfl( of 89 point penalty due to Kendra Butler .. '
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OiHrd) 15-12 after leading 14-8 at one point. Early in the Buchholz game Brad- Mo."" WlllleuM I 11 dial' j

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i Itte of pressures from the federal becoming involved a few years ago in ,.
premium price wars and tailing to in- '
i J. i u petit and insurers trying to hold "xa
clude interest income in figuring '
(\I n health care costs, general
; ,mtals) in the Jacksonville area report premiums, created the high medical

if+ >rating profits skyrocketed last liability premiums being charged to-

!rising 73 percent, from $11.9 day.Doctors
'! .<>U n t to $20.6 million. return the favor by saying

M.ttewide, margins were up for contingent fees by lawyers arc an in-
vitation to lawsuits. By use of con-
'I.isone, said a spokesman for then
tingent fees, the litigant cannot lose. If
'! '" 'I t He added that the healthy in- there is "No recovery, no charge," as

<. in profits might be attributed to one lawyer advertises on television, a

pct that hospitals have raised their person can bring a malpractice suit

UN and have become more efficient without exposing himself to court costsor

'i(4( the past year. Some patients who other expense.

recently received hospital bills The normal rate for contingent fees in

I readily agree on at least one of a malpractice suit is 45 percent. A

factors... the raise in rates. lawyer needs to win only a couple of

(me, go so far as to say that if you million dollars awards to be set for life,

t have adequate medical insurance, taking $450,000 for each million awarded. -

('a III t afford to get sick or have an ac- Elbert and Trixie Smith's Gas Station

lMI even though you may have a bet-

ban average income. What to do...? Was The Place

The Florida legislature has wrestled Popular to 'Fill Up'I I

with the of in- short\ stay in a hospital can be ex- problem high liability

't-..,tve, and a prolonged confinement surance premiums in past years, but
For those of our readers who were born less than 50 years ego model the Ford since it has a lower roof-line
has in than
never gotten serious seeking a viously later ,
Not only are hospitals ex-
\ .1 '.fating.
it would be impossible to identify the location of the above scene,
at least in front. The close
i ,ise, but costs of all phases of solution to the problem, since the troika- unless they knew or had heard of Elbert and Trixie Smith who and is equipped with bumpers
meal procedures have escalated in doctors, lawyers and insurance once operated a popular service station on this site, now oc- observer will note the two Michelin Tire trademark figures one
doctor's office carrierseach have powerful lobbies cupied by the Western Auto Store. at the foot of Trixie's feet and the other at right of the BUick'sright
nt including
front wheel. The two men in the picture are unidentified.
that counter balance one another. Eachof
the three players involved in setting Although nothing remains there today that would give a clueto After the widening of 301,Smith,who was an expert mechanic, \
is of the busiest in the of
.expensive are hospital stays? medical costs have adjusted, with the Starke the past-the, this northwest now corner one of Call St. and corners Temple Ave.City(now opened a garage at the corner of 301 and State Road 16, the pre-
Bradford resident in- public paying for the legislative sent site of Modem Muffler Shops.The service station was taken
was recently U.S. 301). In those days 301 was still a two-lane highway knownas
> -ed in an accident, requiring minor stalemate. State Road 13. In the early 1950s it was widened to four lanes over by L.B. (Red.) Alvarez in the 1940s and operated by him until -

gery and an overnight stay in an and the few buildings shown in this picture had to be moved to his retirement.In
Doctors under mandate
operate a ,
make room for the widening. ,
.1 M( hospital. After returning home, the "Do no harm." Certainly a person witha speaking of Smith's ability as a mechanic, W.H. (Bill)

u t lent received a copy of the invoice legitimate injury caused by neglect or Smith's Filling Station was a popular place to "fill 'er up" in Graham, one of his loyal customers in those early years, says,
,11 t mitted. to the insurance carrier inv other chargeable reason should have those days, especially for the men folks who enjoyed Joking and "All you had to do to get him going on a repair Job was to tell him
( ,'Sof! $4,000. recourse in the courts, but awards for exchanging wisecracks with Smith's wife, Trixie, a genial and he couldn't do it, and he'd do it just to prove he could." Another
attractive blonde (some of the catty ladies around town said"a idiosyncrasy of the rough-hewn Smith was that he always ate his
The use of theo operating room, used millions of dollars arc out of proportionfor peroxide blonde") who drove a sporty convertible and offset pie before his meal.A .
''mut hours, was $1,700. Operating the damage sustained with the cost her husband's somewhat gruff and outspoken manner. She was
'urn( supplies added another $700800.i being passed on to those of us that pay the daughter of Dr. Willis, an early Starke physician.The for automobiles mechanic to the end, Elbert Smith continued as a Mr. Fixit
even after retirement. He built a comfortable
i remaining costs were taken up with our bills. home Edwards
on Road with
a workshop in back where he still
"I i mus\ charges. Without the use of an two cars shown waiting to be filled up at the hand- liked to that who said
Bringing frivolous suits should expose operated gasoline pumps are typical of the period. Thee one in prove anyone "You can't fix it", was
"i> 'iiing room, the typical first night in both an attorney and his client to some front is identified as a 1925 or '26 Ford touring car with spoke wrong.
: spiral runs in excess of $2,000. Suc- discipline. The legislature might very wheels and side curtains that had to be hauled out and buttonedup
"ling days are less expensive during well take a look at contingent fees and in case of rain. The absence of bumpers indicates that traffic (Editor'sllote: The Telegraph is indebted to Gladys Underhill
iperation. was light in the 1920s, although tiI re was always the danger of Edwards for bringing in the heretofore unpublished picture of
provide some risk for those who would hitting a cow on the road in those pre-no-fence-law days. the original Smith Filling Station that accompanies this arti-
it anesthetist submitted an invoice bring suit without good cause. .. _-c cle. We would also be pleased to receive, on loan, other
t I'M- 420 for his service.An Buick soil ;:.n otographs "out of the past" which will be used in The
( operating room 'sli tfltPirake
t Finally, liability ins ran Eunight be The car at left, possibly_" .a -or_ nnJ JelV41Jln". pproopf'ate, and returned after use.)
,average office call is $35, plus ad- marketed in a manner-similaV to flight .,f! Rnnt a h+,ak. n"ndr( .. ", "
tit tonal charges for cardiograms, insurance, with each patient providing

". rays and lab work. his own insurance upon entering a doc-
tor's office.
Removal of a wart, excised by a dermatologist -

in less that five minutes, cost When the three entities were fightingone An Open Letter to the- Citizens of Bradford County I

3l5.: another, the public had a chance.
Since they have to the situa-
Many doctors have office suites with adjusted FROM YOUR EMS DIRECTOR
tion the will for the
.venal small rooms in which patients public pay dearly ,
accommodations have reached.
m ait the doctor's arrival. The patient they I would like to clear up some tient is transported to Bradford
i placed in the small room by a nurse, misconceptions that have been cir- Hospital Instead of the hospital of Pete Gianas, our Medical Director,
V ho has taken vital signs before the doc- culating in the past few weeks con- their choice until further transportation is very active in our service. He
cerning Bradford reviews our run reports and holds in-
in can be arranged. c) A patient
; >i I' sees the patient. Swimming Emergency Services: who is evaluated and determined not service classes monthly. This helpsour

The system allows a doctor to see 40 to 1) The $30 Special Assessment the to be a medical emergency might personnel enhance BradfordCounty's
,0< patients a day, creating a substantial Commissioners passed REPLACESthe also be transported to Bradford prehospital care.
ash income. Toxic Waste? ad-valorem taxes that have been Hospital. Bradford County enjoys the lowest

used to fund Emergency Medical What if we routinely transported per-capita cost for EMS than any
Remember the words of a popular Services. It is NOT being added to non-emergency patients out of the other county in the North Central
Who's Getting Rich...? "Golden Oldie" love song that asked: budgeted tax money. The fewer people and a bona-fjde emergencywere Florida Health Planning Council's 16

Doctors say they should not be blamed "How deep is the ocean? How high is the the that less pay the Special Assessment, occur? How would you feel if county take district. We work hard to
we will have to advantage of made
for the high cost of medical sky?" money we were transporting: someone complaining any grants
care. operate with. If everyone pays the of a stomachache to available to us, we take excellentcare
I stability insurance premiums, greedy We still don't know the answer to that assessment, the monies collected Gainesville and a motor vehicle ac- of our equipment, we provide

lawyers and liberal juries are responsible .... but we do know now, in terms of the operating will be just costs.enough to cover our cident occurred Involving a loved are public proud education of the at no cost, and we
reputation we have
for costs ?
escalating they one
say. environment that the is
ocean no longer with other services throughout the
2) It is not and has been
In the last state-wide election, doctors deep enough, nor the sky high enough to our policy to transport, never all patients to, Bradford County Emergency State.In .

and lawyers fought a battle over absorb all of the pollution now being Bradford Hospital. We will transportto Florida Medical State Services Statute-is licensed 401. This under law closing, I'd like to say I feel that

passage of a proposed constitutional poured into them by a waste-generating any facility (within reason). ofone's ;, .....'"+" requires us. to have at least one Bradford County is fortunate to have
amendment to limit jury awards for generation. choice. However, there are Paramedi aftd one permitted Ad- the caliber of people it does working
some exceptions. a) If the in Emergency Services. I sincerly
pain and suffering. The doctors lost. Support unit on duty.
Anyone who saw the documentary Paramedic in charge decides it is We have worked extremely hard to hope this letter serves to clear up
As a result of this fight, the lines of "Are You Swimming in Sewage" on the best medical interest of the patient exceed the SUte',minimum stan- these misconceptions and allows the
battle have been withdrawn and the PBS last week could not help being that they be transported to the dards. We have two permitted ALS public to reconsider the role that

sides have now joined forces. "Let's shocked by the knowledge that even the have nearest emergency unit out of facility the b) If we units and try to keep two in Emergency Bradford Medical Services plays
one county, or a County.
quit fighting and make seemsto ocean and the sky are not big enough to Paramedic*on duty at all times. We
money, unit is out of service, we try to stay ." 'also* have,several EMTs
be the resolve of the combatants.At absorb all the wastes that mankind in- in the county. That may mean a pa- /Paramedic school at this attending time. Dr. Cliff Chapman,Director

one time, it was generally acceptedthat flicts on them forever. '"" .' Bradford County Emergency Services

doctors wore white hats, and For instance, Florida's Statewide I

lawyers wore black hats, but sen- Beach Cleanup held last month with American
timents are changing and the public 13,925 volunteer workers, collected 170 Forestry in Bradford County

thinks doctors have raised their rates tons of marine debris, including some $2,000 '

far above the cost of liability insurance. from 33 different countries around the To Hugo Victims k. ;\V:,! \' 'v'.Consulting Forester Can Help
world and eight different cruise lines.
Insurance carriers say"It isn't our American Legion Post 56 set the J You Make and Save More
fault." Clever lawyers incite juries to Many vacationers visiting Florida pace locally for contributions to victims Money

award damages far beyond reasonable beaches last summer had the in hurricane-torn South
Carolina by a check for' By Stan Shepard such as site preparation and tree plan
limits, and are powerless to do anything nauseating experience of picking their $2,000 at its September 26 meeting Bradford County Forester tlnJ(. Consultants stay in close contact

about them. The public is beginning to way through used hypodermic needles and forwarding it to disaster relief. with wood products' rkets, which
believe insurance carriers have adjusted ana other medical wastes washed up on headquarters in Charleston. i, '> In many cases a landowner will have helps them to match these market

premium costs to compensate for the beaches from cruise liners and other only lifetime one receive or two opportunities substantial! Income in his clients'trends land.What to management. practices on

jury awards and still make excessive ships. Post Commander Al Rodrique his woodland.! And, since any
profits. brought up the subject and the post 'Iopera I 'conducted in the forest may. do a consultant's services cost?
The Center for Marine Conservation, got in touch with Legion headquarters have long-lasting effects, it behooves a In a real sense, the answer Is "Nothing,
Lawyers say both doctors and in- which sponsored the clean-up, is a non- in Charleston and were told landowner to obtain the best possible his services will pay you." Just as any
surance carriers need to clean up their profit organization dedicated to protec- that the best thing to do would be to 4 advice and assistance. in managing his employer expects to make money by
acts. ting marine wildlife and their habitats, send funds instead of goods, accor '. ;.woodlands; hiring an employee, a client can expect
Otis McKinney, the Post's consultant to generate or save money.
Both doctors and lawyers operate as well as conserving coastal and ocean pubic information officer. A consulting forester Is a technically 'The consultant obtains top prices for

under a self-policing system, in which resources for the use of resident Flori- trained.breat manager whose services timber sales while maintaining and Improving -
dians and their tourist guests whose National Guard personnel at the 'are available to the general public on a the forest property for future
their professional organizations are expected dollars are a mainstay of the State's Starke Armory report that clothing, fee or contract basis. uses and profits.
to root-out undesirable practi- distilled water,and canned goods for Selecting the
For a landowner to receive the V right consultant for you,
tioners in each field. Lawyers charge economy. disaster victims have been coming .benefit from his timberland maximum he- 8S a landowner 1.iIi personal choice A8
that a their licenses revoked, are causing the the sky? Unfortunately,not deep or high about three pickup truck toads are ,forest D lUpment.,The private consulting are not be rtght for you and others who might
now on hand for shipment to South forester is trained V 80 right. How can you tell? First,
deluge of mal-practice suits. enough to continue being a cesspool through
Carolina. The .Starke Chamber of
Lawyers also charge insurance carriers all of the Earth's waste whether solid Commerce has arranged for' a .education and defining experience their to: timberland assist lan'dowperin thureyour you need. Ask forest: Industry
toxic or hazardous. Publix truck from Gainesville to and or government sources about his
with poor business practices objective preparing and Implementing
the materials (Thun-.
pickup today and ability. Check to see if
plan* to reach these
I day) and the public is urged to carry; ", A consultant's success Is built objeclives. on he la a member of the Association ofrons.uWn8
donations to the Armory as soon aspossible satisfied clienU; be will do all in his has Foresters The organization
for shipment. Disaster officials POWef..fA PI t stele landowner,objec- the highest standards of education.
I in South Carolina say that }.nve, jl; \{1(i; ,4 experience and ethics in the profession.
clothing, canned goods, and water'are Services'o'tfeied by I consulting But since there are good experienced
;" urgently needed. foresters are as varied as the forests ACF Private foresters whO do not belong to
;.that cover -Ute state. Some firms ,talk to him Make sure he is a -
I This Thursday will be the final specialize In.marketing aDd apprall8l, Ion you can trust and that Hie
Some S3 percent of all American adult ((105 million) are overweight. pickup. No more donations needed ..whQetbera..... better known for their understands your objectives and can
I at Armory after that date. .t 'I..b ement vendor services, carry desire.them out In the manner you

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Lawtey's Grady' Pauley HonoredAt :Parties 'j 1


Farewell Luncheon in Orlando .


by Kathy Prevatt roasted the honoree, by Assistant
Superintendent Edward Alford,
k- A farewell luncheon was held Assistant Superintendent William L. Items
Wednesday Sept. 27, to honor Mr. Durban, and Major Joel Emerick, e Announcements
Grady Pauley l of Lawtey who has all of New River CI.
r recently: been promoted to Assistant Mr. Pauley was presented with a
Superintendent at Central FloridaReception new appointment book and desk
Center In Orlando. Mr. calendar, along with humorous gifts
Pauley has been employed by the of Mickey Mouse ears, placemats, Hornsby Scott
Department of Corrections for the T-shirt, and tote-bag in reference to -
pact 21 yean and has served as the his new Central Florida location. .,
Supervising Classification Officer at

New River Correctional Institution Mrs.Gabriella Pauley was given a Nuptial vows were recently ex- large buffet prepared by Carl and I
for the past 2 1/2 years. basket arrangement of peach- changed between Brenda Hornsby Lou Gillen of Lake City.Decorations ,.1 i i,
The luncheon was held at the colored silk flowers. and Wayne Scott at a garden wed-- and floral arrangements were i
Florida State Prison Training The luncheon was concluded by a ding on Saturday Aug. 12, and handled by Ms. Faye Cole of Custom \
Center, and was organized by Carol heartfelt speech from Mr. Pauley witnessed by friends and relatives. Interiors located in Melrose.Out .
Hodge, Bobby Marlon, Ellen Link thanking his friends and associates, The bride is the daughter of Edwin of state guests Includes the
) and Julie Wahnsley. and the cutting of a large cake Hornsby, a native of Starke, and groom's mother, Barbara Scott,
Fried chicken, potato salad, Coleslaw decorated with flowers and the Gwendolyn Hornsby of Sacramento, from Washington D.C. and the
baked beans, rolls and tea words "Con ratulationa and Good Calif. bride's brother, Michael Hornsby
were offered.Servers at the function Luck, Grady'. The groom is the son of Niles and from Sacramento, Calf. <
were Beverly Westfall, Debbie Pitt- Barbara Scott, former residents of Following a honeymoon in South J
man, Susan Harvey, Sharon Sapp, Also attending the luncheon were Hampton.The Florida, the newlyweds returned to
and Richard Walmsley. Asst. Supt. Gene Gordon of Marion wedding was performed at Gainesville where the bride will
Honored at Luncheon... Mr. Brad Carter Superintendent CI, Chief Classification Supt. Mr.Hornsby's home on Lake Alto by assist her husband in his business as I
The Pauley'from left to right:Stuart,Stule,Grady and Calirl.U.1. of New River CI, gave a speech Thomas Fortner of North Florida Mrs.Janice Alvarez of Raiford. an independent real estate ap-
; praising Mr. Pauley's ac- Reception Center, Mr. James T. After liquid refreshments and hors praiser.
qamplishinents.Additional speeches Wainwright, and numerous other d'oeuvres. the guests enjoyed a
were given, which both praised and staff and friends.

Rehearsal Dinner Held For '. Mixer
Tate/Griffis Wedding Party '" ', At Dexter's Birthday Bash Roth Mitzel WedDuane I

Mr. and Mrs. Hiras Hall of Gainesville and Mr. and Mn. Ted Tate of The Starke Chamber of Commerce Honors TwoA
Newberry honored their son,Dean Tate,and his bride-elect Tammy Grif.
fis,at a rehearsal dinner following the couple's wedding rehearsal on Fri hejd a Mixer Tuesday, Sept. birthday party for Linda L. Mitzel of Hampton Lake Union Vo-Tech In 1983 and is cur-
22, at the Starke Church 25, at Dexter's Cafe Gourmet on Samone and Tara Dixon was held at and
day Sept. of God Fellowship Hall. Hwy 301.Owners. the Mrs. Dorothy M. Mitzel of rently employed at Prestige Lincoln
A delicious barbecue dinner was served the bridal party and family of Steer Family Hampton announce the marriage of Mercury in Gainesville. Heidi is a
the groom and bride-elect. The long T-shaped tables were covered with of the Cafe Gourmet, Steakhouse Friday, Sept. 29, from 6 their son, James P. Mitzel, to HeidiL. graduate of Central High School in
Keith and Linda and "
white cloths,garlands of ivy and candles were carried down the length of Keith Glllingham son, to 8 p.m.The Roth, daughter of Mr. AI Roth of Ft. Pierce, class of 1988, and Is cur '
the tables. GUlingham, Jr., were pleased party was given by Linda and Port St. Lucie and Mrs. Carolyn rently employed at Central Motor
The couple presented gifts to the bridal party during dinner. with the turn-out 60, reporting that approximately Tara's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roth of High Springs.The Supply in Gainesville.
local Chamber Dixon of Starke.
marriage was an event 6f Friday Following the the
ceremony couple
Helen Henley, Orris Turner HonoredAt members attended.Assorted hon d'oeuvres. delicious After the birthday dinner, a ,Sept.22,at 6 p.m.at the home ofMickey was treated to dinner at Ryan's
were chocolate cake, decoratedin
supplied Newsome in Gainesville. Steak House in Gainesville Carol
Rehearsal DinnerThe as well as salads and samples yellow and blue, and baked by Mickey Newsome conducted the Roth and were by
surprised by wedding
Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist Church was the set of the homemade desserts offered at Mrs. Carolyn Autry,was served. marriage ceremony. Family cake and gifts from Mrs. Roth.
ting for the Rehearsal Dinner following wedding rehearsal of Helen The Cafe. Fifteen guests were present to members were present at the Following a wedding trip to St.
Henley and Orris Turner Friday, Sept. 29. Assisting at the affair were Mrs.leila celebrate Linda's 12th and Tara's private ceremony. Augustine, the couple will reside in
The lovely U-shaped tables were covered with white cloths carried out Mundy, Mrs. Elizabeth Naz- 14th birthdays, including their James is a graduate of Bradford- Hampton: Villa, Hampton.Pfomecoming .
with peach napkins. Peach candles were interspersed in ivy and peach worth, Mrs. Eunice Searing, Mrs. grandparents Mrs. Janie Howard
Dolly Spires and Mrs. Rose McCar and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
daisies and lillies. A silver candelabra held burning peach tapers on the Cooper.
buffet table. thy. Both Linda and Tara received
Host and hostesses for the occasion were Mr. and Mn. Don Harden By the way, the shrimp Creole at many nice gifts and wish to say
brook (caterers), Mrs. Marilyn Hardenbrook, Mn. Ruby Hudson The Cafe is as good as it gets! "thanks again" to all their guests.

Sherry Ross, Douglas AshleyTo Community News... Mr. & Mrs.MarkMoody Bethel Baptist ChurchRd.

Wed Oct. 6 Celebrate 25th
By1tNAACPaatea To 230AOctober
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ross announce the upcoming marriage of their Anniversary SundayThe
daughter, Sherry, to Douglas R. Ashley, son of Ms. Adel Starling, all of The N.A.A.C.P.of Bradfprd Coun- 8 1989
Starke. ty sponsoring a banquet Oct.7,at 7 25th of ,
The wedding will be held Saturday, Oct. 8, at 7:30: p.m. in Madison p.m. in the Woman's Club of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.Wedding Mark Anniversary Moody will be Guest Speaker: Brother A. Darrel Murray,
Street Church. All friends and relatives invited
Baptist are to attend.: Donations for the banquet will be held this Sunday, Oct. 8, from 3 to S\ Director of Missions of New
'10. p.m. at their home on SR 100 West.
Bridesmaid Luncheon Held Thornton Anyone desiring to purchase a All friends are invited to attend. River Baptist Association
for ticket should contact Agnas Good- Special singers during morning worship service:
wine, Jarutha' DeSue, Jimmie Scott
.,,A beautiful bridesmaids luncheonwas ,,cioths._.Pretty. ,,miniature arrangements > and Elizabeth Walker or other Proclaim
held for: Miss, Donna ,Thornton of pom-poms, earnatlona 1members of the N.A.A.C.P. Sunday afternoon sing following i '
Friday,Sept..22,at 12 noon at the Of- :-and roses'connected the dinner on the grounds:
ficer's Club at Camp Blanding on fuchSia ribbons placed along.' the
Kingsley Lake. tables. Proclaim,Journeymen Quartet

Upon arrival, guests were greetedby Mrs.Gray Flynn and Mn.Rodney WelcomePastor
Mrs. George Winkler and serveda Jackson former bigh-eho l : C(1)) Everyone
glass of delicious punch.Followinga classmates of Miss Thornton,shared : James Parrish
time of fellowship, Mrs. Clifford some fond memories of treasured. .
Jackson offered a beautiful blessing. times with the group.
Guests not only enjoyed a luscious Miss Thornton presented each of
lunch, but also a panoraic view of her attendants with gift u well as FAMILY PRACTICE ASSOCIATES OF ORANGE PARK, P.A.
Kingsley Lake from the private, her mother and mother-in-law-to-be. MIDDLEBURG BRANCH
glassed-in second story dining As a memento of the occasion the
room. hostesses presented; the ..bon ree err.
with the 1M.'I'O".t>V:<''! \ "" "" f'i>' "'" -1
The small round dining tables creamer to'her chosen 'f' y <
V low operifuU t1me' F
were arranged attractively in a china pattern."f. 1 ,
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chain fashion and covered in white t ss, ire,your'' ctamp 'h-J 't' I

I"t OI ia m, Y.t.:-medicalcare, ,;:

I Thornton Rehearsal Dinner ,a Success K.feiv 'R"' :.. : >.dHF5 ,

'Specializing in Family Medicine, Sports ,
Mrs. AUiene Hix hosted a lovely
Mrs. John ValinakJ$ 'matron of
Medicine and Aviation Medicine
rehearsal dinner for Miss Donna honor, and Mr. Cole Cbmer, best
Thornton, Mr. Reid Hix and their man, each shared special thoughts Olde Pointe Plaza
wedding party on Friday,Sept.22,at with the group and proposed a toastto James R. Bi gerstaff: M.D. 2755 Blanding Blvd., Suite 109
7:30 at the Officer's Club at S i
: p.m. the couples Richard J. ltman, M.D.
R. 32068
Kingsley Lake. Hilary K. EINvood. M.D. SIXTEENGOLDEN
The dinner was served in the main Nathan P. Newman M.D. 9042822577Office
dining room of the club.Tables were W. Herman Sessions, M.D. Hours:9a.m..5p.m.
arranged in a U-shaped fashion and ,_ By Appointment

floral covered arrangements in white cloths.were placed Beautiful at r '- FREE ---i @5 t wCHOLESTEROL I

vantage points along the tables. The Larry Saucers SCREEN I
-rya WVoiOWi
Handmade caligraphy placecards, Celebrate First A ftIv.
done by Mrs.James K.Smith,marked I I
w/first office visit for all new fUll I B
each place setting. Mr. and Mrs:Larry Saucer would
During the evening, gifts were like to announce their first wedding I>patients at our Middleburg I r SHRIMP!
presented to all of the members of anniversary,to be celebrated,Sujtur- I Office. I ,ltf J S

the wedding party by Miss Thornton day Oct. 14. L.[ .. .. .. -. .-. -J a
and Mr. Hix as a token of their ap- ... .
preciation. .... ;., .S'JlrX 1ot"xo. :.:txx"iot.c1ot !(!C.
Xy'ot'itolto.: : _. "' :o.tS'! .S' ;.
Dorothy R. Kite,


Announce EngagementDorothy .
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R. Kite and Stephen L. Pratt Street, Starke, Floridawmminffmow F
Wade of Starke would like to an-

nounce ceremony their. upcoming will take marriage.The place on. TIHRD A VUAL BIBLE(fJJiVFERF.NCE

Nov. 3 at their home on Road 225 In
Starke. ,.."..
October 09 13
Dotty is the daughter of the late'
W.C. and Minnie Rhoden of Starke'
7:30 P.M. Nightly
and Is the cafeteria manager. at
Bradford Middle School.
Steve is the son of Glenn and Mar-,
jorie Wade of Dunnellon and is the .. >SPEAKERS WILL BE:

assistant manager at Bryan's Ace ', Monday; October 9 Brother Zackery Sizemore '

Hardware in Starke. ; : lo'*1Ie.ptJft Church, Folkston, Georgia Platter
Woman's Club : Super Shrimp

To Hold Monthly ;, : 11te.dy, October,10- Brother Mike Norman platter full of shrimp fries,
Meeting Oct. 11 '' '!WeJe.Bapt1lt Church: Lake City, Florida cole slaw and hush puppies. 4fc" y yCaptain
The Woman's Club of Starke will
hold their monthly meetingat ., .: : .
regular ;
the clubhouse on Wednesday,Oct. ,.ij' W y'r 21- Brother WIlford McCormick

11, at 13 noon. Marjorie Thomson, : Jacksonville Florida
'. I": Bpt tt; Church, ,
Education Department Chairman' : ;
; '::' DkSealbod
... will ,have charge of the program .
which will honor the winner"of the ;':;.;., '-t. .". b"-1;October'"Q* Doctor Bob Cray

HOBY Award. Church Jacksonville, Florida
Miss Carolyn Carlton will speak on '\. t7.l ;

the ESO reading program of the .. -
FFWC. Hostess Committee serving \ Brother Coleman ,
= Ralph
with Mrs. Thomson will be Beverly ;r; ; ,,' "j'. rlCtetofcfr1i .A TO Vt. 100%Cholesterol
Blackshear Lillian Stump, Freda '.1.-IA '> ; ;''' I .Papitkt Church, Perry: ," Florida FrM\tettbfe Shortening
: ,,\
Trawick Sue Rahn .
Judd,Jane ,Mary ,SUNDAY c. MONDAY &.
Club News.. LA< fc ; :
'JCOMBU. ,2-PieceFJSh Dinner
Mrs JJU. warren' Mrs Herbert { Fish Dinner
Thomas, Mn. Ellis Byrd and Mn ,. ,,',' .. .. .. '. "tJ;. >;J '
Thomson, members of the $239
Marjorie .$4. 9
Woman's Club of Starke attendedthe 'r! ... J'..' *MtLFS G. STARLING, PASTOR' .?' .r ,,614.'l" ,3
FFWC Fall Board meeting at the .. .- .,. .. ... .. ....... ... ',. .. .. -- .
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Telegraph Appoints Social EditorThe rBPISi) e u C'h ewe

Bradford Count v 1\,1"(1'.11)11( wishes to unnoum.es that Ms. Kathy ,. 1t
Prevatt will be joining the stall is the now social ilitor -
Ms Prevatt is from Auliiiiiul.ilc. Kl .nd l niiiciu.iU'dlrom Titusville High Include singing with Bro. George
School in 1968 She also attended I liifv.iid ("ommunitv College William Leon Wilkerson Graham BaptistHomecoming Wells and dinner on the grounds.
Oct. 8 of Graham Is
More recently! lioni tin' "minimum Mi "Kathy has been a resident ol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Wilkerson Maternal grandparents are Mr. Host pastor Baptist
Starke since Ft'hru.irs I'liu mil i has:, hcon employed by the University of of Raiford announce the birth ofa and Mrs. William Wenzel of Graham Baptist Church, locatedon Mark Copley.
Florida and the Dept ol ('oim'lions son, William Leon, born Bullhead City, Arizona. Paternal SR 18 in Graham, will be having Church of God
September 19 in Alachua General grandparents are Mrs. Ruby Wilkerson their annual homecoming serviceson
Kathy \\'llIlw riiviinn nis .HIIHIIMHci.icnts! md can be reached at Hnsniial Gainesville. and the late Leon Wilkerson of Sunday, Oct.8. Of Prophecy, Inc.
964-40.16: She will also I he .illt ,tulmn main social functions and is looking I.awtey. Brother Walter Vile of Jackson
foward to gettini lo Kniiw out i <"iiinuimtbetter ville will be guest speaker in the News...
morning service. The afternoon will Church of God of Prophecy, Inc.
will be having a Gospel Sing Satur-
day night, Oct. 7, beginning at 7:30:

1"-'T-T-: USDA Choice Beef Family Pack House.p.m.Guest singers will be Gospel Light

Also, there will be a Revival In
Hampton at Soul's Outreach Missionon
Oct. 9, beginning at 7 p,m. each
night. Rev. W.T. Laney.

WHOLE CUBE "Mission Auction"To

Be Held

$98 Sat., Oct. 7

The Keystone United Methodist
Church's Missions Committee invite
you to attend a "Mission Auction"'on
Saturday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 9 p.m.
STEAK The event will be held at the churchon
0 Highway 21 South in Keystone
Heights and will be led by auctioneer
Howard Dunn. Theme of the auction
will be western.
L SON. MON. SUES WED. 'HUR fRI. SAY. Items to be auctioned Include win-
2 3 0 S 8 1 dow washing, art work, 2 con-
dominiums for one (1)) week each in
B L b North Carolina, Golf Lessons, Yard
Prices in this ad good Monday, a Work, Sweet Paradise for Chocolate
Oct. 2 thru Sunday, Oct. 8, 1989. Lovers, and many more.
/fIft In addition to the auction, the
evening will feature a chili cook-off,
USDA a petting zoo and a bake sale. MIs-
sion booths outlining work com .
pleted over the past year will also be
BOItlCnOice Beef ] featured.
The evening promises to be fun for
all ages and everyone is invited to
ILo, STEAK S CAULIFLOWER come activities.out and join In one or all of the

Youth Program
;.; Planned at LawteySt.
< Johns Miss. Bapt ChurchOn

98 ill leadLb. Sunday, Oct. 8, at 3 p.m., the
i Tended'BELLOW Youth Department of St. John Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in Lawteywill
present a special Black History
Awareness Program. Pastor is Her
man Johnson.Focus of this programwill
be to orient and educate the
local community to blacks who have
CORN made significant strides to their
culture, yet who have remained, by
t 6 12 Oz. Cans and large, unsung heroes.
Guest speaker, Ms. Ida Ross
U Holly Farms Grade A Johnson, Speech Pathologist of the
Coca ColaCHICKEN 5 I Duval County School System and
Small Or Jumbo Pack Black History specialist, will pre-
'Earsi sent an enlightening audiovisualslide
Classic presentation in keeping with
the theme of the program. Youths
making special presentations in-
THIGHS clude Kim Hampton, Patrise Smith,
Toika Strong, Karla Felton, Joy
$145 :Smith, ,Katrina Hampton, and
Beef .+..shla.Hampton. The Youth Choir
USDA will furnish the musical selections
68 n which will include old Negro
BOTTOMv | CLb Diet i Coke, \ -' spirituals under the direction of Mrs.
Caffeine Diet Coke Linda Hampton and Mrs. Pat Smith.
6 -12 Oz. Cans Diet Sprite Area churches with their youth
AROUND ROAST\\\\ I Sprite. . . . . 1.59 departments are urged to attend.
For further information, contact
coordinator Nova Bright, 782-3537.

OLD OLD MILWAUKEE MILWAUKEE& Red Delicious Community Church of

98 LIGHT Keystone Heights Bazaar
APPLES Set for Oct. 12, 13
$ ) 12/6 PK eN I Keystone Heights Community

Church will host their "Autumn
Harvest"Bazaar Thursday, Oct. 12,
$209COORS from 5-9 p.m. and Friday, Oct. 13,
G1vp, &: from 9-4.
The bazaar will be held at the
Lb COORS LIGHT Community Church, Palmetto and
Sylva Way (behind Ace Hardware)
I I 12/6 PK CN in Keystone Heights.An .
V ; annual event for the Keystone
$289 5 Lb. Bag community for many years, thebazaar's
proceeds are used to sup-
port the various projects of the
Women of the Church, mainly mis-
sion work both at home and abroad.
EXTRA LOW PRICES EVERYDAY"1' no Fall and holiday decorations as

; : ';, : :, .. ; : ; will well be as all for types sale.of Also handmade, an art items booth

featuring paintings, antiques and
collectibles will be on view. A baked
chicken dinner with all the trimm-
6 Pack Cherry/Tropical Punch 28 Oz. Bush 10 Oz. Frozen Pictsweet 5 Ct 5 Oz. Biscuits ings will be served Thursday even-
ing,Oct. 12,from 5:30-7: p.m.Tickets
available. A Tea Room will be open
all day Friday,Oct.13,serving sand-
.ACR wiches and sweets. Pies, cakes and
$139" 89 all types of baked goods will be for

'[ / sale.B-U Retired Educators

Assoc. Hold Meeting

-- President Maureen Paul openedthe
Sept. 21st meeting of Bradford-
Union Retired Educators' Associa-
15.5 Oz Hunt's 3 Oz. Armour 6 Ct. Plain/10 Oz Cinnamon & Raisin/ 1 Lb. QuartersMANIPIiIICN tion by leading the group In the flag
12 Oz. Onion/Egg/10 Oz Blueberry salute and reading "A Prayer for
at The Loop in Lake Butler.

NOPRESERVATIVESw sibilities Mrs. Paul of reviewed all officers the respon-and

99 EV{ y 4/99c-/ \i io members. She thanked committee
o 3J99c'tH
?1r.; 79c cooperation.The and. members for their

\. o Delegate Assembly,
'bDiPE5H iCAOOHD lFr y Florida Retired Educators Associa-
tion held in Jacksonville, was attended -
by several members of
BUREA. Mrs. Paul reported on the

128 Oz Distilled/Spring 48 Oz. Food LionVEGETABLE 5 Lb. Plain/Self-Rising Brown President's reported workshop.on the Mrs.Cultural Blanche Affairs

FOOD LION WATER OIL PILLSBURY FLOUR Muriel workshop Norman la and state exhibit.committee Mrs.

chairman of Informative and Protective

2/$109/ $159 B? $109 The following Services.new members were

introduced: Frances White, Lonita
McGill, Billy McGill from Union
County; Hilda Dey, Warney Atkinson -
Charles from Bradford County.,

____O_ New yearbooks prepared oy Mrs.
Muriel Norman were distributed.

Following the regular business
session, chairmen met with their
committee members to plan the
year's work. Luncheon was servedataoon.

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School Menus l Bradford Library Announces Hampton Hilites
Oct. 9-13 1

Bradford K\em.: &Middle School .J L'l ll 1 4') Poster Contest WinnersThe
NA'rHNAI.M'111HLI.ust'll by Dolores Meng Mrs. Justice accompanied the groupon
WEEK lt "" \t.,1 this .
MONDAY: TEACHERS 4681915Condolence
Tl'ERDAY PLANNING DAY. f-- ( ,, following students placed firstin were: Ricky Gunter, Ray Evans, others attending the con-
:: Spaghetti w/Mwit Saui-o, Cheese ) : ) t..A
Sus Crisp Garden Salad italian Bread Chilled l\ the Bradford County PublicLibrary's Aaron Woodfin, Everett .... vention were Gerald Witt, Mayor of
Pears Milk \ I.' ; iii'. : Peanuts Julie Kite, Quiana Jackson, Danielle
: : ,,AV Birthday Rod- Sympathy is extended to the fami- Lake City, Thomas Demps of the
VJI-iNKW : Fish Filet Corn on the Cob I Swafford, Ahmad Carlo, Karen
Celebration Poster Contest.
Fresh Vegetable Medley Orange Wedges. Milk. They Manning, Florence ly and Friends of Mrs. Ruth Dennison Live Oak City Council and Bill
TlllHMMY! Oven Baked Chicken Whipped will receive a giant Hallmark wall Jenkins Garmon, who died Sept. 29. Howard, a Live Oak School Board
Potatoes. Seasoned Green Beans OatmealltoU. Announcing. poster for their winning entries. Tonya Joey member.
('rlop Apple Wedges, Milk. Vivona, Andrew Winnin ham, Tif-
Contest winners John
were: Attend Convention... home the
Before returning group
KKII" Pizza McMillian Farah
: French Fries Cole Slaw fany Ross, Julie ,
McMillian Jessica Wilkerson
Strawberry Shortcake Milk. ...Meghan Sue MiscallyRuss Amanda Welch, Brianne Gill,, Martin, Adrian Latscu, Bobby Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick returned enjoyed a one-day trip to Victoria.
Bradford High School and Rhonda Miscally of Vanessa Norman,Stephanie Gunter, Parish and Florence Jenkins. home Sept. 26 from Seattle, Canada.
MOMMY: TEACHERS PLANNING DAY Starke announce the birth of their Heather Jarvis, Stacey Roberts, Wash., where Joe represented the
Slix.Tt'KSDAYSpaghetti CriMp Garden Salad w/Me Italian Saute Bread (Chilled'he... daughter, Meghan Sue, born Sept. ::10 i() Beverly Williams, Ryan Faulkner, Library director Sue Crum com- North Central Florida Planning Hampton Elem. School.
Pears, Milk In Shands Teaching Hospital of Tony McNish, Jaimee Hughes, mends all students for their outstan- Council.
W UlofhIt'i.h: Filet on Whole Whent Bun Gainesville. Meghan weighed i 91b., 5 Sheetal Patel. ding drawings. The public is invitedto
Corn in the Cob. French Vegetable. OranRe oz., and measured 21V2 inches. Second place winners won colorful view the posters during October. The four-day convention of the Na- BOOK FAIR: Book Fair Days will
Wedges. Milk.TIHKMUV. be held at the school on Thurs., Fri
Birthday, Charlie Brown and tional Association of
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Halloween posters and bookmarksfor Happy Developmental
oven Baked Chicken Whipped Mrs. their Th1 winners Snoopy, from Bradford County kids! Organizations was designed to and Tues., Oct. 5,6 & 10.
Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beam, Oatmeal Hull, Owen R. Alvarez Jr. of Starke. croativity.
PLANNING DAY: Monday Oct. 9
Crisp| Apple! Wedges, Milk Great-grandparents are Mrs. Bernie demonstrate methods of bringing
t'IUII'lno.' : French Fries, Cole Slaw Jackson and Mr. & Mrs. O.R. development to rural counties and is a Teacher Planning Day a free
Strawberry Shortcake Milk. Alvarez, all of Starke. small cities. Film strips and lectures day for students! Report cards will
AlaCarteMOM Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Landa Koistinen were held during the convention ses- go home with children on Thurs
>\V: TRACKERS PLANNING DAYTIKKDAY. Mrs. Russell Miscally of Lawley. Christopher Meng sions to assist representatives in br- Oct. 12.

ling, f l//ii. .milkshakes Cheeseburgers o J., trench fries, corn Great-grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Set October 27 Wedding Date inging back useful knowledge to HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL: Plans
HKDXK.sinv; : French fries, hamburger cor- R. E. Griffin of Lawtey and Mrs. their individual communities. This are in for the annual Carnival -
dog milkshake Mary Silva of Jacksonville. Landa J. Koistinen, daughter of Vernie and Gwen Thornton of Starke organization comprises a powerful to progress be held at the shcool on Fri..
Till IIhU\\:, Corn dog pizza, frenin fries and Christopher G. Meng, son of Francis and Delores Meng of Hampton lobbying group. Tickets
from 5 til 9 are
Oct. 27
milkshakes. 0 J Lake, will be joined in marriage on Friday, October 27, at 7 p.m. at Pine p.m.
t'IIIICh.e.ehurRer.: corn dog trench fries Level During the convention Executive now on sale for the TV, microwaveand
Baptist Church in Starke.
milkshakes Director Charles Justice of ceiling fan to be given as prizes
Each day students hove a choice ot a hot lunch. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Reception will follow. volunteerswill
salad bur or ada-carte Gainesville was installed the First Material and manpower
Vice President of the Organization. be appreciated.

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Oct. 11: 2 Shoe Day Wear 2 DifFrom the PTA
Parents should have received a sold the student will receive a
Cathy Wooley ,
ferent Shoes! It's Raffle Time: Our raffle began seller. Each winner will receive $10. and
newsletter in the mail from our principal special treat. Ticket hand-out
964-6066 Mr. Moore. If you did not Oct. 12: Countywide and Boundball.Friday Games for Sept. 29. First prize is a 13" There will be a $50 Grand Prize for collection days will be on Tuesdaysand
Flag Football color TV; second prize is a Nintendoour the student who sells the most volunteers!
Weddings, Engagements receive your copy, please stop by Southside Elem. 9:00: am. Go tickets.In Friday by our raffle
Action Set. Moms and Dads can help! Let'sget
AnniversariesCall office.Calendar of Events Southside Sharks! Wear Blue & Raffle ticKets will be sold for$1.00 case of a tie there will be a out and make this our best raffle
for Free Consultation Oct. 9: Planning Day White! each by students in grades K-5. Each drawing to determine the winner. From !Mrs. Schmidt's llh tirade. :
Oct. 10: Inside/Out Day for Day Oct.'! 1J: Picture Day & Crazy Hat grade level will have a No. 1 best Each time a book of 10 tickets is Our class really got into the T-shirt

Clothes day. We had many varieties of
T-shirts. We even had one from
Arizona State's Rose Bowl game.
From Miss Wasdin's 1st Grade:
Our class has had an exciting first
month. We have watched cater-
pillers metamorphis into pupas and
are waiting for the transformationinto

turtles moths.for us to Aaron study. brought his

line.On We are in the process of writing a

Georgia on our big and book.drawing parent Everyone fantastic volunteers is brainstorming illustrationsOur are the

greatest ever!They are giving our
room a "special" learning at-
mosphere; that feeling of warmth
that makes children feel special.

our 500-thousand volt lines, to Thanks Lucy Barnett, Cheryl Wynn
and Penny Hannah.
1. be exact. From Miss Keddish's 3rd Grade:
In L.A. we've been doing a lot of
They are vitally important transmission creative writing. One of our pars
involved tasting and writing
lines that bring electricity "Kiwi Fruit". At first the students
weren't sure if they wanted to taste
"e} from Georgia to FPL customers this "strange looking fruit" After

one taste, they wanted seconds and
f of Florida.
the State
f f throughout thirds. Next time you're in the store

And it's FPL Systems Operators try one. They're very good!
This week we're starting a play
like Gerry called "But Why Columbus?" It ex-
plains why we have Columbus Day
.' 4r s ': Giudici whomonitor We're planning on taping it and
showing it during morning an

n+ } these_ nouncements October. Keep your
eyes open for it! "VMrs.
lines, as well as Tetstone's 2nd-ird: Grade:
Our class has some "EGGCITING"news
the connecting We have entered the Eggers

r,3.xa ,. X2'4' : CIl'' '! lines andpower Family Contest through the
k Ott F-v Gainesville Sun. The winning -
will be published in
'\ f, plants
the Sunday comic strips.
students really enjoyed "EGG-
around the state.
F z
SPRESSING" themselves with

i They're specially trained to these cartoons. Parents, stop by to
\ 'r v see our "EGGS-AMPLES" on ex-
a ; W e ''' make sure our supply of electricity hibit in our room.
? Thanks to Mrs. April Van Camp,
1 g meets everyone's needs. Always at mother of Vanessa, for bringing
Hardee's biscuits on Sept. 15. We en-
the best available price. joyed juice and biscuits and appreciate -
Mrs. Linda Smith's help
: ;= r For FPL customers, the impor- during breakfast; a big THANKS to

t .\ \ tance of these transmission lines Mr. Coleman at Hardees.
Our students learned about grow-

.i'1' : I I is clear. They save you money. to ing pasta.wheat We and dyed how noodles it is processed and glued in-

i .. / The lines allow FPL pasta designs on plates as a followup -
} $ activity.
( 1 r Y to bring lessexpensive We also collected different kindsof
I / s leaves and experimented
r imprints. Parents, stop by to see our
a displays. The children are also mak
coal-fired ing snake mobiles.

...,....... power Mrs. Taylor's 1st Grade: We have We
__--.. ? begun a fantastic school year.
l .. friends. Our class
have 22
(r'n ii ., from Out-ofstate into Florida. has made leaf and bus mobiles to

P 1'f That also allows FPL to make help decorate the classroom. We
o? have begun our centers and the

I4 sure that oil isn't your only option. children are having loads of fun
4? I while learning.
C We go to great lengths to bring ate. tlt..a ese

( .= y you electricity. So that you can use Veterans ServiceBy

f r rS as much or as little as you like. WillIam Service Haas Officer
) Bradford County
Which is why we keep Georgiaon There are many veterans here in
; t Bradford County that were exposedto
our line. Agent Orange. Some have appliedfor
t VA benefits, but there are still
more who should get their names on
the records at a VA Hospital.The .
t Dept. of Veterans Affairs has
proposed changes in regulations on
I the evaluation of studies involving
exposure to the chemical defoliant
Agent Orange used in Southeast

Asia.Secretary of Veterans Affairs Ed-
f ward J. Derwinski directed that the
regulations governing Agent Orangebe
revised in response to a May 2,
FPL 1989 ruling against current VA
regulations by the U.S. District
If then Court for the Northern District of
a better way California.The .
o-i; d'r', y "" FPL will find it.fr4 proposed regulations are
i published in the July 18 edition of the
Federal Register. These regulations
I 'i.S/;1 establish new criteria for determining -
'j. v "I.j, '/l! when a significant statistical
,. r 'or'.
n ( : "" association exists between exposureto
'i herbicide containing dioxin or
ral a
: ionizing radiation and specific ..,

.. The new regulations are expectedto
", be effective by October 1 1989.

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t Personal Representative: No. 02293-0-00000:! In Sec 18. Twn. 6. of the property described below from 05732-0-00000 and 05BI7-0-00000 In Section

DENNIS BENNETT Range 22 East, on N.W. 25th Ave RSF-1 to RSF-MH-l: Lots 13* 14 of Crosby 24 Township B South Range 22
Route 1. Box 747 You further NOTICE that located SE 43rd St. on West tide,
are given a Lake Inlet. Parcel No. 00782-0-01300, approximately East,
Lawtey Florida 32058 of cold ORDINANCE I I. St. North Side and SR 21 on
copy proposed (both lot) lOffxlvT1 In Section Karen on
9/284tchg Control No.10/19 210 available for your Inspection at the office 24, Township 6, Range 21, !Sjsuth; approximately' 2 miles from

. . . . . . . of the Director of Zoning and Planning This proposed change In classification "ijeystane' Heights. Board will
City Hall, Thompson Street Starke, Is subject to a public hearing to be held The Bradford County Zoning '
.- -. --,,- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA Florida. before Bradford County Zoning Board on review the application and make a
PUBLIC NOTICE '1" EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Each and every person having any In* Tuesday October 24, 1989, at 7:00 P.M. recommendation to the Bradford County
The Bradford County School Board THE CIRCUIT, COURT IN AND FOR terest whatever In the enactment of this at the flsWncll Room of Starke CityHall, Board of Adjustment for their public
Stark., Florida will hold a Public Hearing FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA proposed ORDINANCE should appear 209 N. Thompson Street, Starke. Florida.At hearing to be held at 7:30: P.M.. In the
on the Proposed Amendment to PROBATE DIVISION PROBATE DIVISION and be heard at the time and place this time all persons, both for and Commission meeting room of City Hall
Board Rule 8.101 Pupil ProgressionPlan CASE FILE 89.I 17-CP CASe NO. 89-121-CP against this proposal shall be heard as 209 N. Thompson St., Starke, Florida, on
NO. prescribed.BOARD
on October 9. 1989, at 7:00: p.m. In RE: 1.4105IN FILE NO: 1-4109 OF BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS specified In the Bradford County Zoning Tuesday, October 24, 1989. At this time,
th. School Board Room of the District Estate of RALPH EDWIN STARLING IN RE: ESTATE OF Code The Zoning Board will make a all persons will be heard concerning this
Administrative Offices, 582 North Tern- Deceased F.R. CARRADINe. Deceased 1 tchg 10/05; Cont. No.222 recommendation to the Bradford County application as specified In the Bradford
pie Avenue, Stark., Florida. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe PO No. 3620 their Codes.
NOTICE: OF ADMINISTRATION Commission on this application at County Zoning
Copies of this proposed amendmentmay Th. administration of th. estate of administration of the estate of . . . . . . . . prescheduled hearing to be held Director BDB of ADJ. \
be obtained at tne school Board Office RALPH EDWIN STARLING deceased File F.R. CARRADINE deceased File NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Wednesday November 22, 1989. at 7:30 1 tcha 10/05. PO 3620
between B.00 a.m. and 4:30: p.m.. Number MT05. Is pending in the Circuit Number 1-4109 Is pending In the Circuit REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF P.M., In the Commissioner Room of NOTICE OF ACTION
Monday This through Friday. Court for Bradford County Florida Pro. Court for Bradford County Florida, Probate THE LAND USE PLAN Bradford County Courthouse, Starke BEFORE THE BOARD OF CONSTRUCTION
published notice Is In compliancewith bat. Division he address of which Is Division the address for which Is An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Florida. At this time, the Bradford County

as enacted the Florida by Statutes the Chapter 1974 Florida 120.54 Post Office Drawer B. Storke, Florida. Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, land Use Plan Element and Commission will make the final decision IN RE: The License to practice of Construction .
Legislature The name and address of the personal Florida. The name and address of the Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance on the proposed application, after of ;
EUGENIA WHITEHEAD representative and of the personal personal representative and the personal with the local Gav.rnm.ntCompr.hen.lv. having two public hearings, advertisement GEORGE HOLIDAY
Director of Student Services below.representative's' attorney are set forth representative's attorney are set Planning Act of 1975 a* and posting.All persons InterestedIn d/b/a Holiday& Son Const.
Bradford County Schools Interested forth below. provided for In Chapter 163 of the this application ore hereby given 1225 Tom Hall Street
9/21 3tchg 10/05 file with the court: persons WITHIN are THREE required to Interested persons are required to Florida Statute notice of time and place for the two Starke. Florio 32091
Control No. 201: PO No. 1063 THS FROM THE DATE OF THE MON FIRST file with this court WITHIN THREE MON TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other 'public hearings required. CASE NO. 0108786

claims agairtft the estate and ((2)) ob NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate You and each of You are hereby and Zoning t Planning Department of Professional
'jection by an 'Interested person to whom and ((2)) any objection by an interested herewith given notice In accordancewith Bradford County Regulation has filed an AdministrativeComplaint
COURT IN AND FOR notice was Called that challenges the person to whom notice was moiled that Florida Statutes that the Board of 1 tchg 10/05, Control I No. 220 against you a copy of which
COUNTY. validity of the. ...111. the qualifications of challenges the validity of the will the County Commissioner of Bradford PO No.3620 may be obtained by contacting AttorneyRay

Civil NO DepartmentCASE B9-105-CA th. personal representativeenur or qualifications of the personal representative County, Florida have designated' the . . . . . . . . Shape, 1940 N. Monroe Street
J.D. DOOM. JR., and: VERNIE jurisdiction of the court. venue, or jurisdiction of the Bradford County Zoning and Planning NOTICE Tallahassee Florida 32399.0782, ((904))
PHILLIPS ODOM his, wife ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT court. Board to conduct a public hearing at a Keystone Heights Improvement Corp. 4880062.
Plaintiffs. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT regular meeting held at 7:00 P.M. In the (Keystone Golf and Country Club) has If no contact has been made by you
vs. Date of the first publication of this SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke, mode application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION concerning the above by November 16,
JOHNNY R. HOBBS. as Administrator, notice of administration: September" 28, Publication of this Notice has begunon Florida on Tuesday October 24, 1989 NO.3 for Golf Course and Country 1989, the matter of the Administrative
ad litem of the Estate of 1989. Octobers, 1989. and make a recommendation to the Club to the Bradford County Board of Adjustment Complaint will be presented at an ensuing
ERNEST MAY GREEN aa/ k/a ERNEST Attorney for Personal Personal RepresentativeMorrell Board of County Commissioners and the on property that I I. classified meeting of the Board of ConstructionIn
GREEN, RepresentativeRICHARD : Dobbs Carrodlne Board will consider on Wednesday RSF-1 end described: below: an Informal proceedings.
Deceased; JOYCE GALLAGHER a/k/a 954 N. Tempi E. WElTY/ Avenue P.O. Box 306 November 22, 1989, at the Commissioners Approximately 45 acre Parcel No. 10/12 4tchg 1102

JOYCE P.O. Box 995 Lawtey Florida 32058 Room of the Bradford County 05830-0-00000, 05820-0-00100L Control No. 217; PO No. 31547
A. DOREMUS. a/k/a JOYCE GREEN; Stork. Attorney for Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30: .1'1'1.
ROGER DALE GREEN, and all others 32091
Florida Bar 144625 Personal Representative: an Ordinance relating to:
claiming by or under 904/964.8050 JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQUIRE The rezoning of the following described STATE OF FLORIDA
ERNEST MAY GREEN Defendants. VONDA S. STEPHENS 405 West Georgia Street property and amending the Comprehensive DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANTTO Personal RepresentativeP.O. Stark., Florida 32091 land Use Plan to providethat NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT
.Box 427 Telephone No: ((904)) 964.4667 land currently zoned OR and
((1987)) Rural be The Department gives notice of Its Intent to Issue a permit to Pride of Florida.
Stark., Florida 32091 Florida Bar No: 0242871 designated by the plan as Open
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a after the fact air emissions source, to be
and Industrialthe Inc., to construct ( ) a tag plant an
9/28 2tchg 10/05 10/05 2tchg 10/12 Control No.226 rezoned to I I. designated
Final Judgement doted 26 September ; RalforJ .
describedas located south of S.R. 16, east of Union County
Control Paul
A.D. 1999. In Case Number 89-105-CA of No. 214 property of Wright
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR person whose.ub.tantiallnter.st. are affected by the Department' proposed
the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF follows: Approximately 1.66 acres permitting decision may petition for an administrative determination (hearing .
Circuit. in and for Bradford County JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR THE LAND USE PLAN Section 13, Township 5 S, Range 22 East, ) In accordance with Section 120.57 Florida Statute The petition must contain
Florida In which J D. ODOM JR., and BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Parcel No. 01172000200.You the Information set forth below and must be filed (received) In the Office of
VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM, his wife, are CASE NO. 89-111-CP ((1-4100)) Land Use Plan Element and are further given NOTICE that a General Counsel of the Department at 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee,
Plaintiffs and JOHNNY R. HOBBS as Administrator IN RE: Th. Estate' of Bradford Florida In accordance copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. Florida 32399.2400 within 14 day of publication of this notice Petitioner shall
ad litem of the Estate of GLEN G. BENNETT Deceased Map by with the County local Government available for your Inspection at the office moll a copy of the petition to the applicant at the address Indicated above at the
ERNEST MAY GREEN a/k/a ERNEST NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATION of 1975 of the Director of Zoning and Planning time of filing. Failure to file a petition within this time period shall constitute a
GREEN Deceased is the Defendant I The administration' of the estate of Comprehensive Planning Act as City Hall, Thompson Street Stork., waiver of any right such person may have to request an administrative determination .
will sell to the highest and best bidder GLEN G. BENNETT Deceased File, No.: provided for In Chapter 163 of the Florida. (hearing) under Section 120.57 Florida Statutes.

for cash In the Lobby at the East Door of 891IICP ((1-4100)), is pending In the Circuit Florida Statutes Each and every person having any Interest The Petition shall contain the following Information: (a) The name, address,
the Bradford County Courthouse, in Court for Bradford County, Florida TO: All Citizens Taxpayer and other whatever In the enactment of this and telephone number of each petitioner the applicant's name and address, the
Starke, Bradford County Florida at the Probate Division the address of which Is interested persons. proposed ORDINANCE should appear Department Permit File Number and the county In which the project Is proposed;
hour of I.00 P.M. on the 10th day of October Bradford County Courthouse Starke You and each of You or. hereby and and be heard at the time and place (b) A statement of how and when each petition received notice of the Depart
A.D. 1989 the following- Florida 32091. herewith given notice In accordancewith ment' action or proposed action; (c) A statement of how each petitioner's
described property set forth in said Final The names and addresses of the personal Florida Statutes that the Board of prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS .ub.tantlallnt.re.t.are affected by the Department's actions or proposed action;
Judgement and Order:: representative and the personalrepresentative's County Commissioners of Bradford (d) A statement of the material fact disputed by Petitioner If any; (e) A statement
THAT PART of East Half of Northwest attorney are set forth County Florida have designated the Itchg 10/05; Cont. No.221PO of fact which petitioner contend warrant reversal or modification of the
Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section below.All Bradford County Zoning and Planning No. 3620 Department's action or proposed action; (f)A statement of which rules or statutes

Thirty-Six., Township Five South Range Interested: persons are required to Board to conduct a public hearing at a . . . . . . . . petitioner contend require reversal or modification of the Department's actionor
Twenty One East which lies North and file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. regular meeting held at 7.00 P.M. in the proposed action: and (g) A statement of the relief sought by petitioner stating
Westerly of County Graded Road knownas THS OF THE IRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke, NOTICEAPPLICATION precisely the action petitioner want the Department to take with respect to the
Primitive Baptist, Church and Heilbron NOTICE: ((1)) oil claims against the estate Florida on Tuesday October 24, 1939 FOR REZONING Department' action or proposed action.
Springs Road as now located and lying and ((2)) any objection by any Intersted and make a recommendation to the Eloise M. Williams has made application If a petition I I. filed the administrative hearing process Is designed to formulate
South and West of a Branch running person to whom. notice was mailed that Board of County Commissioners and the to the Bradford County Zoning and agency action. Accordingly the Department's final action may be different
through said land being In the East half challenge the. validity of the will the Board will consider on Wednesday Planning Department for reclassification from the position, taken by It In this Notice. Persons whose substantial
of Northwest Quarter of Southeast qualifications of the personal representative November 22, 1989 at the Commissioners terest will be affected by any decision of the Department with regard to the ap-
Quarter of Section Thirty-Six, TownshipFive venue, or jurisdiction of the Room of the Bradford County STARKECHURCHOF .,pllcatlon.have the right to petition to become a party to the proceeding. The petition ''"
South Range Twenty-One East Court. must conform to the requirements specified above and be filed (received) ,*'"
containing one acre more-or-less.' ALSOa ALL 'CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30 P,m. GOD wlthlrt' 14 days...f publication of this notice In the Office'vf General Counsel ot.ne VA4
1957 Victoria mobile, home bearing SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BARRED. an Ordinance relating to: above address of the Department. Failure to petition within the allowed timeframe :.tII
IW7794 and Title#8772579 permanently Publication of this Notice hat begunon The rezoning of the following described 423 N. St.Clair 9644443 constitute a waiver of any right such person has to request a hearing
affixed to said lands. September 28. 1989. property and amending the Comprehensive John Spratlin. Pastor under Section 120.57 F.S., and to participate as a party to this proceeding. Any
Dated: September 26 1989 Attorney for 'er.onolRepr..ntotl"e Land Use Plan to providethat We Invite you to worship with us subsequent Intervention will only be at the approval of the presiding officer upon
RAY NORMAN : land currently zoned RSF-MH-1 and Attended Nursery motion filed pursuant to Rule 285.207, F.A.C.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. P.A. designated by the plan as Residential Sunday School 10*fltl The application I I. available for public inspection during normal business hours,
: Carol Williamsas P.O. Drawer 938 Single Family/Mobile Home be rezonedto Morning Warship ,WH.HHMHHHW____...._* 11 satEvening 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday except legal holiday, at the
Deputy Clerk Stark. Florida 32091 CN, and designated Commercial Service: .__....___._. 6pmWednesdey Department of Environmental Regulation Northeast District Office, 3426 Bills
9/23 2tchg 10/05 ((904)) 964.5700 Neighborhood the property of Benjamin Youth u.u___. 730pm: Road Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Control No. 215 Hankerson. described as follows: Parcel Itchg 10/05.Control No. 218- PO No. 12165

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Class to 3A powerhouse Madison Offensive tackle Keith LInzy,No.M, uses, says Coach Mike Sexton, the the Cowboys to move the football defeat which .' :
comes Bradford High tomorrow twisted his knee and missed two defensive coordinator. meant a berth In the designed to get as many blockers as i
night (Friday Oct. 6)) for the Tornado days of practice this week,but Is expected Madison some. state play-offs and the district title. possible ahead of the ball carrier, ;
will be But Coach
big. Madison is the second of four Oct. 20, Bradford hosts close
homecoming game at S p.m. to play Friday night. a with both backs and pulling guards!
battle. Excellent physical condition, Hurse says that after Wildwood, tough tests for the Tornado gridders. Class 3A rival Baker High of Mac- running Interference to supplement :
Madison Is a big, tough, senior football experienced BHS knows what big Is. BHS handled the first test, winning clenny, a tough match In recent the blocking linemen.
aggressive players
Coach Hurse also says It Is too 24-7 over Lee High of Jacksonville.Oct. .
team. It will be another and team are the assets ofthe years. The 4-4 defense will be used by
physical battle. Tornado quickness team. much to expect the BHS defense to 13 BHS hosts seventh-ranked "We'll mix it up as best we can," BHS,as usual,with some 7-diamond
No player Is expected to miss the It takes defined responsibilities to continue to stop opponents cold. Santa Fe High for a much anticipated says Coach David Hurse of the Tor- mixed in under certain situations.
Madison Is a good offensive ball
Madison game because of rematch. Last year Santa nado offensive attack.
injuries. stop the split veer offense Madison team and the veteran coach expects Fe handed BHS Its only loss, a 2-0 BHS will use its wing-T offense, See Page 12A

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Joe Gltty peting against some 400 runners The five member team from Brad- L
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George Loper, traveled to placing 5th overall with a team score course.
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A football hawking Tornado period, with Lee trying for a com- off a 19-13 win over Lakeland in the Lee backfield and raced 60 the Lee sideline fans and coaches yards each on the drive.It .
defense led the way to a 24-7 District eback,the Tornado offense took over Kathleen then the top-ranked Class yards for a touchdown. Nobody on yelled.Lee sacked BUS quarterback was a bard-hitting drive, the
I 3-3A win over the Lee Generals on a and drove the football for a 4A schoof in the state. the Lee team could catch Jones. In Reggie Sheffield for a seven yard BUS offense was the best defense; it
muddy Jacksonville field Friday touchdown on the Generals who had Rover back AI Jones, No. 32, 5-8, the third period Jones intercepted a loss.But Tornado running back Clint kept Lee from getting the football.
night, Sept. 29. not lost a home district game in 12 155-12, was the hero of the game. short Lee pass and returned it 25 Reed got loose for a 35 yard jaunt to Lee coaches exhorted their playersto
when it counted in the fourth years! since 1977. Lee was coming Jones picked up an errant pitchoutthe yards to the Lee IVt-yard line, from the Lee 44. stop the Tornadoes, but the BUS
where QB Reggie Sheffield sneaked But BUS came up a yard short of a offensive line could not be stopped.
over for the T)). second first down, and conservative And Reed, hitting hard with his 192
I omadoes Pass 1st Big: Test BHS was up 17-0 at the half. BUS Coach David Horse,leading 17-7 and pounds and driving for extra yardage -
went up 3-0 on a 27 yard field goal by trusting the BHS defense,punted the after being hit,ran himself into
L.1 Donnie Francis, set up by a 10 yard football. exhaustion, and was taken out the
Tornado gridders passed their play, ands lot of traps. guards,who usually pull with the Lee punt. Jones made it 10-0 on his BHS covered Allen Jenkins' 36 game after the drive. ..
first big test of the 1989 season with At Lee, the offensive line moved quarterback, to pull the opposite fumble recovery and run, and set upa yard punt, and there was no return. Lee did not down the Tornado '
flying colors, beating JacksonvilleLee the football after the Generals had way. It worked. Lee went with the second with the pass interception.The Lee, wanting to come back, took kickoff, allowing the football to lie I
24-7. scored and were high, looking to get flow. BHS had two players in the BUS defense roosted in the over on its 15. untouched, a mental mistake. BUS
"We're very of them," says the football back and drive again. endzone before Lee had anybody Lee backfield, messing up the han- On first down Lee got four yards, covered it, and regained possession.Big .
Head Coach David Hurse. "They But the Tornado line moved the football there. After QB Sheffield avoidedone doffs the entire first half, holdingLee the ball carrier running hard,dragging fullback Clyde DeSue, No. 30,
played a tremendous football game. outcharging the Lee defense. tackier he had clear sailing to to minus 8 yards rushing,and in- Tornado defensive tackle Keith ran 17 yards for what would have
It was a good win for us." The offensive line is center Don the endzone. two of six Lee passes. Jenkins.On second down up the mid- been another Tornado TD, but it was
Coach Hurse says he feels a lot McDavid, No. 77, guards Phillip Coach Mike Sexton, Tornado defen- dle the Lee ball carrier was hit at the called back on an offsides penalty.
better after the win, and is sure the Crawford, No. 62, and Jason Nor Good Defense... sive coordinator, worked the line, and got a yard. On third down BUS ran the clock out with three
players do, too. "It was a test, in a man, No. 65, and tackles Keith Lin- "I thought we played with a lot of previous week on play recognition.Lee QB Whitaker dropped back to pass plays.
way," Coach Hurse notes. zy, No. 64, and James McNeal, No. intensity, 'says Coach Mike Sexton.In played like that in the first but was nailed for a seven yard loss BUS Is 3-0 after the win. Lee'dropped
The defense played an excellent 71, and tight end Derek Long, No. 84. the first half the defense was on half against Lakeland Kathleen, by Tornado middle linebacker to 22.radtordrllelt.
football game, said Coach Mike Sex Center Don McDavid and guard an emotional high. Sexton said he General partisans on the sidlellne Travis Long.
ton, the defensive coordinator "Our Phillip Crawford were named offensive began to wonder if the defense could told a Telegraph reporter.Lee clear-
quickness has been our asset linemen of the week by Coach carryover that intensity into the se- ly expected to come back in the second From its"20, Lee punted 35 yards.
through the And,it was reallyour Lanier Clyatt. half. and II 7 7 24
years. cond half. "And, we did. We just Tornadoes Clint Reed Clyde
asset the other ," notes back Clint Reed, who Generals Lee fumbled Jac>mi.IIMLoa. I I 0 T FHI
night Running played good football, Sexton says. And the did. DeSue, taking no chances, let the
Coach Sexton. "We were so much gained 82 hard-earned yards in 11 "I'm tickled. The defense did a away its first second half possession.But football roll dead. J.. LM
quicker than Lee, it was carries, and quarterback Reggie super job getting points for us," starting from its own six yard With 5:50: left in the game, the Tor- Pint. Downi S I
unbelievable," Coach Sexton said. Sheffield, improving with each Coach Horse notes. "Al Jones just line,Lee drove 94 yards In 13 plays to nado offense took over,eating up the Ruthlne v..... M-1II 14-40
Tornado tackle Keith Jenkins, No. game, were named outstanding offensive played a tremendous game," Hurse score on the first play of the fourth clock with line charges and fullback Paiilnf. Yards, 0 .07PCPaP
22, and weak side defensive end backs of the week by Coach said. period. Big plays were passes of 39 dives, pushing the football right 1 4-41 e1PunH
Lorenzo Hall, No. 63, got penetration Hurse. and 13 yards from QB Jaime down the throat of the General "umltl__ 1-1 4-1
and were in the Lee backfield almost Long Leads Tacklers... Whitaker to wide receiver Gary defense. BUS moved S3 yards in 9 Ponaltloo-yarda. 4-1 Jon
every play. They continually put Workhorse of the game, however, Inside linebacker Travis Long, Denmark, who got back of the Tor- plays. With Lee expecting another S..rl... lummirvi
on Lee QB Jamie was fullback Clyde DeSue, No. 30, cornerback and in front of the fullback Sheffieldran ... .
pressure No 3 led in tackles in the Lee nado dive, QB Reggie t) radish H. Dotinl Prancli 17-yard
Whitaker, messing up hand offs and who carried 17 times and gained 52 with 8 individual tackles and 3 safety. Running back Terrence right end untouched,the flow goIng fluid o.,.
pitchouts. yards for a 3.1 yards per carry assists. T means tackles, A means Rivers also got loose for 24 yards on left, for the touchdown. Donnie 1) .rMtanh. JWM 40 y.rd. ran, return of
Four up front players,Jenkins and average. Wingback Allen Jones, No. assists in the columns below the reverse but rover back Jones Francis added his third PAT. BUS tuniM.ncwnry..IPi ..r.ncl..ltlell.,.... ....
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tackle Kevin 13, carried 7 times for 48 yards, 1) 'r. ""' MI IV* run.
Hall, plus defensive stayed home and made a touchdown- led 24-7 with 1:29 left to play. .
Finch and inside linebacker Travis almost 7 yards per carry.A Name: A T saving tackle. Running back Clint Reed, who Pi 4) L..r'.I..ltlell.. T.......... Hlv.rt. ....-.... run. SPt
Long were named best defensive T.Long 3 8 The Lee fans were high. BUS was gained 82 yards in 11 carries, had Chad .._ ,kick.
linemen of the week by Coach Sex Good Call... L.Hall 4 7 up 17-7 with the almost the entire runs of 5,6,2 9 and 3 yards.Fullback I) Bradford- ROM!. _I..... 14 yard. run.Pi .
The third BUS touchdown, scoredon fourth period to go. Get ttm football Robert Hankerson had two runs of 6 ..r."I..ItIell.
ton.Rover back Al Jones, No. 32, was the bootleg with QB Reggie Sheffield KJonktni 8 4
named defensive back of the week. running right end, was called K.Flnch 3 4 r
Jones was the hero, picking a fumbled by Coaches Lamer Clyatt and Jerry A.Jon 4 3
football out of the air and running Kaminski, says Coach Hurse. Nurs-
60 yards for a touchdown and settingup ing a 17-7 lead, conservative Coach T.McCutchn 2 .4 :.a IN t tfr
another touchdown with a pass In- Hurse had been feeding Lee a steady 3 'vx.i
to diet of dive With the BHS offensive 1
terception and a 25 yard return plays. C.DInklni 2 2 A A .rj
Lee 2-yard line. line moving the football, / +r.+
The Tornado offensive line "did a Hurse kept it up. L.WIggln 0 3 JI.8V
good job. It is improving with each But Coach Clyatt, on the sideline T.Brry 1 2A.Goodownt VIr
game, getting good experience. The with Hurse, and Coach Kaminski in 1 1 ',
players are executing," said Coach the press box on the earphones, kept % ,
David Hurse. BHS offensive linemen telling Hurse to run the bootleg. So T.Jon 3 0 1 :
don't usually block straight ahead, Hurse did, and it completely fooledthe Harden 2 0 J
but do a lot of gap blocking and seal- Lee defense. Coach Hurse calleda !! 1 0
ing off opposing players from the timeout to set the play up, and had B.Campb

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Tornadoes starters are: Tight end: Derick Long, No. 84, Tackles: Keith Jenkins, No. 22, 5-
6-1, 205-12, and Andy Goodowns, No. 10-175 and Kevin Finch, No. 66, 6-7, -- .. -
the Offense... 85, 6- 0, 170-11. 215-12. Running Hard... Photo by Jacob Ferguson
Center: Don McDavid, No. 77, Quarterback: Reggie Sheffield, Weak side end: Lorenzo Hall, No. Bradford running tack Clint Reed looks for daylight on a BHS weep against the Lee General a*the f ornadoe*
No. 11, 5-11, 155-11. Backup QB is 63, 5.10, 175-12. Strong side end: An-
*=' 11. 195.12. defeated the traditional Jacksonville power la their own home stadium for the tint time slice 1977.
Travis Long, No. 3, 5-10,190-12. Goodowns No. 6,1 180-11.
GuardsRight: guard: Phillip dy Crawford and Jason Norman.
dauford, No. 62, 5-8, 180-10. Left Running back: Clint Reed, No. 33, Sam linebacker: Dereck Long, Palling guard are Phillip
i 'card: Jason Norman, No. 65. 5-8. 5-9, 192-12. Backup: Al Jones No. 32, No. 84,6-1, 205-12.
Ml() 11 and Lorenzo Hall, No. 63, 5-10, 5-8, 155-12 Inside linebackers: Travis Long, Madison.
175 12 will split time. Fullback: Clyde DeSue, No. 30, No. 3, 5-10, 190-12 and Thomas Me- from paga IDA
T.ickles: Right tackle: Keith Lin- 6-0, 185-11. Cutchen, No. 60, H, 160-10.
\o 64, 5-11, 199-12. Left tackle: Wingback: Keith Jenkins, No. 22, Rover back: Al Jones, No. 32, 5-8, No.25, at safety. Moore is the best Cooley, No.45, plays Bailey and Steve Brown, No. 47, plays running
i\ defensive back BUS outside linebacker. Jeff No. back and defensive end. Sylvester
Janis<= McNeal, No. 71, 5-109, 185-12, 5-10, 175-12 15512. Cowboy scouts
and Foland Shafer, No. 73, 5-10, Cornerback: Lance Wiggins, No. report. 55, and Scott Bass, No.27, play both Robinson No. 24, plays both wide
235-12 will share time. The Defense... 24,5-8.150-12 and Terry Berry,No.9, Five Cowboys go both ways. Greg offensive and defensive tackle. receiver and cornerback.

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THE 1989 AD VALOREM TAX ROLL The City of Lawtey has tentatively adopted a budget for Fiscal year .
1990. A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION on the budget was

held on September 19, 1989 at Lawtey City Hall at 7:00 p.m. .
The City Council of the City of Lawtey Florida met In a special meetingon

the 19 of September 1989 to finalize the budget process for fiscal year The following Is a summary of the City of Lawtey Budget for Fiscal year

1989-90. All notices as required by law were published In Bradford ending September 30, 1990.

County Telegraph at the times specified by law. All public meetings as .
required by law were held as set forth In the published notices. Therefore ., ,l.



1. The budget which Is attached hereto Is the budget to be used by GENERAL BUDGET 89-90 _, .'..

the City of Lawtey Florida, for fiscal year 89-90. and Is hereby adopted. '.'

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2. The millage rate for the ad valorem tax roll for year 1989, for CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD t.>'''' .: .

property in the city of Lawtey Florida, is hereby set at 2.540 mills. .>.'!.i"r W\,. ,. 17,936.13ESTIMATED

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PASSED by 3 to 0 vote 'at the special meeting of the City Council of the REVENUES 5 <" 3 ..J///: ,. '.....ir
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City of Lawtey Florida this 19 day of September 1989. TAXES ,' "".".J Wi.'if. ; }..... ....tit.'J j '1 83427.00


REVENUE 46,585.00


BUDGET 1989-90 ,



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I Carolyn Eav. Choosing For Yourself a Com Services Eugenia-Whitehead and
BCT Staff Writ.rFourth prehensive Education Pro-
Drug Superintendent Jim Duncan all of
graders In Hampton and gram, has been mandated hy the whom are excited about the pro-
Brooker have a new motto, "I Am state and In Bradford County Hampton gram. .
Special Don't Do Drugs". and Brooker. were selected for Last week in (the Hampton .. .....
In these two area elementary the pilot project.Deputy classroom, 25 students displayed r
i schools one day a week a county Jim Gill works with the lively enthusiasm a-! they particated .
deputy will be very visible. He is classroom teachers (Bill King and in class discussion on 'Why I Am
there to encourage students to make Joan Watson) and the principals Special'. One good response was
wise choices leading to a better (Mary Anne Kyle and Bill Mcllae) because there Is no one else like me. -
future for them and those around under the guidance of Sheriff Ken Those involved in the program -
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I Kenneth Etheridge and Deputy Jim Gill at bottom left Eugenia! Whltehead,School Superintendent Jim Duncan, ,'I' ----- .::1"
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The Fourth Annual Starke Festival Chubby Wise concludes the first dayof
of'the Arts will draw thousands of the festival. OVER 700 INSURANCE I'n t'.r1' II.
spectators to Starke October 28 and Festival hours Saturday are from Dine V COMPANIES ACCEPTED
29 for a weekend of art and free 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 'Y''d'' +. bcautifulLakeSantaFe.on our patio overlooking .AUTO ACCIDENTS VORhI'JIIr11.S'' ,
entertainment. noon to 5 p.m. i Or dine inside I HEADACHE .LOWKUKI'MN
Approximately 80 artists and The Starke Festival of the Arts is our dining room
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sponsored by Santa Fe Community -
Call Street with their original art- College, Santa Fe Community College o," rn.n nwrrwnint, r .MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN ('()M I II l U(M,
work. The juried, multimedia Endowment Corporation, the /M 8191coruuw
festival allows local and national artists City of Starke and the Starke- HOUR EMERGENCY, /u!, V I K( 'I K:
to compete for more that$11,000in Bradford County Chamber of Com
festival prizes and purchases.: merce. 964-8018
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include a haunted house, face pain- 864 N. Temple Starke (Across fi I om: i I'd, 1 Hut)
ting and children's workshops in
mask-making and trick-or-treat bag ., '" -- ---...--
decorating. Area music and dance
groups will bewitch the audience
with entertainment both days, and II -y' '-
food concessions will flavor the
festival with a taste for everyone.A ,.we v ....
free outdoor concert Saturday U. S. CHOICEr b" r M IIWMMWU --
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Church Women of CUT FROM TOP ROUND
Keystone Heights will sponsor the RE SERVED: U.S. CHOICE BEEF
bazaar October 12 (5 I(TOM* IMC.OHT
annual church LONDONBROIL _
to 9 p.m.)and October 13 (9 a.m.to 4 BOTTOM ROUND IMt TOP ROUND
p.m.) at the Community Church on
Palmetto and Sylvan Way.
You are invited to attend the
Autumn Harvest, featuring fall and ROASTLB. ROASTLB.
holiday decorations as well as all
types of handmade items. Also from
the art booth featuring paintings,an-
tiques and collectibles will be items
for sale,according to Bazaar Chair- 97 $
man Mary Chasteen. Other exciting 1 97
booths will be Junque and Jewels,
Kid's board. Korner and Kitchen Kup-

Breaking with tradition,there will LB.
be no Friday luncheon.The highlightthis .
will be baked chicken dinT .
year ___
.< with all the trimmings (riceand W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE __
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Oct 12 from 5:30: to 7 p.m.Tickets$5 ?"
at the door; children's plates llll1fllll

available.Granny's Bakery&Tea Room will
be open all day Friday October 13,
serving sandwiches and sweets with
tea and coffee. Also for sale will be 1 000/0
pies, cakes All types of baked

goods. TM
The :at. annual
event fur thi nmunityfor a SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED

many ye are used
to support the v. ects of the
Women of the i. D inly mission .
work both at ho. .a'J; aboard,

according to President JoAnne Gill. 'r WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM \(OU

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courses to help nurses meet .
Florida's continuing education re-
quirements will be offered in October -
by Santa Fe Community Col NOTHING MAKES A MEAL

Update,a course of four con-
tact hours is October 5 from 6 to 10

p.m.October 7,Nursing Skills Update I, LIKE A BONELESS
a course of six contact hours will be
offered from 8:45: a.m. -3 p.m.
October 17, Cardiovascular Nursing W-P BRAND
Update, a course of four contact U.S. CHOICE ROAST
hours from 6 to 9 p.m.Professional NeedsPersonalNeeds .

:Why they Confict,a course of V erisl
six contact hours, will be Oct. 28 .. .....
from 8:45: a.m.3 p.m. ...<'- EVERYDAY
The AIDS Update course satisfiesthe A .- Pa1cE
HIV/AIDS education require- \ Low
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Board of Nursing for nurses and HARVEST FRESH gpt THRIFTY
health care professionals licensedby J ALL VARIETIES
facilities.or employed by licensed MRS ALL PURPOSE u ete CLOROX MAID P6PSH PEPSI

The courses are in building W, APPLES DETERGENT
room 229 on the SFCC main campus, z t CATSUP COLA

except courses the which Nursing are in Skills room Update 281.

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Stamp Collecting Month in Oc- FLAKES BEER,

tober.Dinosaurs are recognized and appreciated _
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Library will be a co-sponsor of this TURKEYBREAST
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visit the library's Dino- : ,, '
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developing a Benjamin Franklin :3$500 S"1"A9 ; :..: S299 ,: S2'J9
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on philately.The .
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library Includes a,, upersaurus
stamp showcase, Dinolnfo to Go,

facts paleontonic books and about bookmarks posters stamp, brontosaurus,collecting fossilating I:i 1W7ft! PLUS

anatomic appliques, beastly buttons -
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by Anne Sponholtz Australia where he raced against\ World events," but apparently he in Australia.
LIt 1\1 Editor countries, 42 other 13-year.olds after never let a case of the nerves get in But two days after Kevin returned
If you want to know about the thrill making it to the World Events and his way His racing record is splattered from his victory Australia he was
ol biking, just ask Bradford Middle he didn disappoint anyone when lie with victory preparing for his next bike race in
School eighth grader Kevin Hall came home as thrid place winner World Ranking: 1989 3rd place; his back yard bike track and fell and
Kevin has made it to the big times on Kevin is sponsored by Eagle Snacks I'JHV 5th place. f injured his leg. When the Monitor
the biking circuit winning nearly and MCS bike manufacturer and is National Hanking: 1989 3id visited Kevin he was on crutches,
every award there is to win, setting even shown in full bike gear leapingover place: 19H8 Bin place; 1987 18th i, but his enthusiasm had not been for injured -
C records getting national and world a hill in MCS advertisements place; 1'Wfi! 2bth place. and he was looking forward
recognition and sponsorship for his which appear in such popular hiking Florida Gold Sunshine Game the doctor's okay to get back on the
performances on the bike track. magazines as BMX Plus Magazine Ranking: l'H19 1st place; 1987 1st .i'= bike and start another year down the
Kevin began his biking career at Kevin and his family travel all place: 1986 1 1st place; 1985 1st bike track to victory with an eye on
the age of six on the BMX track in over Florida and the United States to place; 191)4 1st place. the World Championship events to
: Keystone Heights before moving to attend competitions and are usually Winning thrid place in the ..... ... "',: be held in France next summer.
Starke. Today Kevin, thanks to the joined at these meets by Emmie and Australian World Event meant that
enthusiasm of his parents Dennis Jene Adams of Keystone Heights Kevin tame home with a bike plate
and Janet Hall, has a bike track Kevin's gradnpa rents bearing thrid place an engraved
right in his back yard and a room Kevin, who is very quiet and, plaque with a clock and summer filled
filled with trophies. reserved, admitted that he did "t>eta with sightseeing and fond
Kevin spent part of the sui.aner in little nervous at the National and memories of the people and ex-
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BUFFET DINNER Friday & Saturday i' Kevin Hall,an eighth grader in

Nights Bradford Middle School I*shown

:: ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.93; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95 above recovering from a iplU on the
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CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00 In a photo used In a national ad for

Our Buffet Consists of More'Than 15 Delicious] Items equipment by one of hb sponson.i .

CLOSED Tuesday-Friday: Lunch 11 a.m. Ill 2:10::{ pm; Dinner 430: pm til t :30 i Kevin has two brothers,Brian, 15,

ON. iTr MONDAY pm.Saturday 4:30: pm til 9-10: pm. Suml iv Lunch Noon til 2:30 pm; t ,' 1. and thusiasm Justin in,7,biking.who both JUstin share started his en-

Dinner 4-M pm t i,01 19! pm biking when he was three and Brian
J started when he was seven.
Like most grandma's who naturally -
worry about the safety of their
grandchildren, Emmie Adams said
that although Kevin has had a few
other scrapes and bruses, she feels
I THE GREAT M he is engaged in a very safe sport
KEVIN HALL and the youngsters are well protected
when onto the bike
'I t they go
Rider '
MCS Factory jsam[ W a; i % track.
-1 o l i t% "They wear padding from their
I FALL 'r- r knees down. They also have a
INDOORS ;- ', .a t helmet and chin guard. They are
'. :, very well protected," Mrs. Adams
-, said.
Kevin said that one of the things he
wasn't prepared for when he went to
I SALE Bradford Australia was all the publicity.
I ". '- "We were on TV and newspapers
Clliropj ctfM'( 'e fd r: when we went to Australia," Kevin
'r.... oi. .c, '> said.'And he had a hard time going
Starke Offi e out in public without being confronted j
with an excited public ask-
.. 218 S. Walnut St. ing for his autograph.
Three1{favorite styles specially priced fh/s/ weekly Next to the Chamber of Commerce But getting to be a World Event
= winner is no easy road. Kevin practices -
... from one to three hours daily.
9 6 4 4 9 5 7
.. So he'll have a lot of catching up to
do when his leg gets back in shape
but he says he will be ready to go andhas
f i : PAIN CONTROL( i been told that his leg should be
'': than
stronger ever.
[ Headaches
) Kevin's mom, Janet, said that
Neck & Ann INJURIES anyone interested in racing for the
!: Mid Back/ Work Related first time needs to have their 1
Jft.\ Sale! Low Back& Leg parents sign them up at a bike track
I Sports and be
I sure to bring along a birth
Personal certificate.Sign up costs are$15 plus
Auto Accidents $5 to race Helmets are available at
> the tracks they are either provided
I ,I t. Y DR. W. DAVID ODXES free of charge or for a small rental
.. r ,,",- J $299 DR. RICHARD C. TULLER fee. provide their own
f' CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS bikes with fenders and reflecters
removed and should wear long pants
I THE TEAM APPROACH and long sleeved shirts and shoes.
: t "" A. "Eagle" Recllna-Rocker' recliner Tracks around the area, Mrs.
:w. a i 4w 1'1'r or Rscllna-Way' wall recliner CHIROPRACTIC CARS WHEN YOU NEED IT Adams said, include Jacksonville,

Wt1 1Pj HfU It's a great time to get a 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAY lEEK. where racing is held on Friday
nights Ocala, afternoon
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Riding Club Sponsors FuturityThe

t:1v: Bradford Riding Club is gear- Talmadge Green, who has won earnings this year.Her star horse is
ing up for its 3rd annual Barrel!Racing close to half a million dollars in the Chocalotta, who gained recognitionby
Futurity, scheduled for October last five years will be a top con- winning the West Texas Barrell
11-14,at the riding arena located just tender. Also Donnie Reece, from Futurity in Abilene,and a paycheckof
north of the fairgrounds, off US-301 Carbon Hill, Alabama, will be com $8,316.This race is tanked third in
north. peting. the nation in prize money ($48,029),
At home, Kim Griffis of Starke, and second in entries (133 riders
An estimated$20,000 to be paid out has ridden five horses to S37.667.73 in entered).
in prizes will draw the counties top
rider' J

The event will start Wednesday, FOREMOST PRICE WISE Sale
Oct 11,at 8 p.m.,with jackpots. Fri-
day will start the first Go of the Barrel .'-- Prices
Futurity followed by the ol.jUUV':x Start
Y- Sweepstakes. 'vts ltS.'r combine to bring you
R 3 will feature 10/5
Saturday a dog race at
9 p.m.with$100 added.Anybody can LOWER PRICES!
Attentive enter their pet dog in the dog race. .... \ ..,..\
Audience... II.
Entry fee: $5.
Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat.Only
Fourth grader at Hampton Elementary are all ears a*they hear about the Auger ol drug abun.part of a pilot Sunday Florida bred horses only
program sponsored by the Bradford County Sheriff*Office. will money.compete with$4,500 added prize CANADIAN SMIRNOFF JACK



Invites All FLORIDA
from page Bl

spoke briefly to the students last To come and Inspect our facilities Our 964-5451
Wednesday, Sept. 27. projected 9 hole addition is now in the 79
Superintendent Duncan noted the 699 10
program was a very positive thing contracting stage Play 364 days a year $2.50 SPECIAL,
where everyone works together."In c 8t.a 8ua.
Rain or Shine Check annual
our First :
Showing Only
LTR 750 750
people try to work Tne.d.
y Showing __
together for young people, this program membership rates Active ladles and mens

media Is, school a good authorities exam le. The and news law associations with weekly tournaments. Closed Wed. & Thurs. SEAGRAM BACARDI DEKUYPER

enforcement, are all interested in a Starts Friday,Oct.6 7 CROWN SILVER RUM PEACHTREE
better future for everyone. You
make a difference.Stop to think how I TIMOTHY SCHNAPPS
many people it would affect if each DALTON
one of you said No to Drugs. What I JAMES BOND 007:'"
you stand for is important You Can CONDITIONYOUR
make a difference. Everyone here
wants to give you ideas on making I: LICENCE 99 95
your life better, not by telling you 899LTR 1 14 5
how to live but how to be a better TOJ'jLLi
citizen," said Duncan. I Q) 1.75 750
Principal Kyle reminded the
students they are special and what a >': >
privilege they have been given when i Friday 7:05 a 9:25 :> v:;;, ; COMING SOON .,<." <'';', \f
selected as one of two fourth gradesin ,,.
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WATER Sat.A Sun.5:35 a 8:35 ). ':
the county for the pilot project. : *-> TO OUR LOUNGE <; ['
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Director whitehead emphasizedthe Mon.lue.,7:30SCREEN :, ,. < ": '"
Importance and the necessity of
the drug education program and 2- : The Elvis Extravaganza 'Showy
stressed that everyone involved WITHOUT "
wants to make it easier for studentsto (; -: '< "'+
Starring .
to be productive adults. ,,',' ',). < -'{' :"J

were Perhaps most the interested person the in was students the THE ABYSS PG-u ; <}RICK MARINO 7't.Y
sheriff who fielded questions concer- GETTING F ,
ning his gun; what Kind was it,had Friday 7:00 a 9:25: t\,. .;;"1':;';/ ,", '<:,.'( o; /A.
he ever been shot at and by whom. Sat.a Sun 5:30: a 8:30 }(; J1">; ''"' Oct. 13th & 14th ,: ; ;,, :;.\
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While less than hour is .
spent in the classroom an Deputy actually Gill Mon.,TUe.,7:15: t/@dfi<.:o..,> : ,, ,Make Your Reservations Early ," ;'e.iJL:.
is available for the day, on the SOAKED EFY ?';,.f. Phone 1-904-,964-771.; ,:';:1.ry"! :
playground or in the cafeteria,beinga 301 DRIVE-IN
friend to the students and answer-
ing questions.The Starke 964-7484 RAY BVRRISH BAND
program is designed for a -- ---I I II Frl. Sat. & SunWBBKBND .
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semester and includes classroom,
4is issipli, ;,using workbooks, films*:** I II / J
'Ii QSh-Jhe next liwo.este..w.... .
:diet pent at Lawtey with the program!,*!.'.551: ''lU I' U 7 atBernie'S 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
moving into the Starke fourth gradesthe
last school semester. DARE MONI41I. 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
(Drug Abuse Resistance Education)
is also scheduled for the fifth gradeat I RATED: PC-13 OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEKLADIES'

that time.Hampton IJghrnow.gw the vty'b.r vrawr conditioner
students include Clayton I for a wry anal!pnc*.Jut to 90_month
Archey, Noemi Aviles, Lucian for 3 month*plus kwollorlors Call Culligan
Bradley, Robert Bradley, Candice I today about mil fimlwd ",.IrIaI offs.I
Brooks, Curtis Brooks, Robert I DRESS SHOES
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Demaree,Jose Diaz, Hannah Ford ASSORTED GROUP
David Green Vicki Hutto, BraddJones I D
Trenton Jones, Terry I
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Menu, Clint Morgan, Matthew OuM a
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PllanBtar UpdateThe

Santa Fe Community College that calls itself the Stars Anonymous back at plant Earth as it spins but the entertaining formal makes it
1989 Fall Performing Arts Series Traveling Music Museum.Tonight's beneath us. From Voyager we see enjoyable for a wide audience.Using
opens its 12th Season in Starke performance is a live musical Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and their music humor, tricks and large-
tonight (Thursday) with Planetary assemblage of sights and sounds icy moons. These vlluallmages are screen photography Planetary Update -
Update,an exciting 8 p.m. presentation relating to life on planet Earth dur- accompanied by the live music, offers a unique learning ex
at the Starke Woman's Club. ing this Golden Age of Space Ex- ranging from symphonic percussionto perience.The .
The performance is free and op'nlo ploration. Bill Hutchinson, as Com- electronics along with chimes evening will conclude with the
narrates the and wind tubes.
the public. mander Treadwater gongs popular "meet the performers"reception
Planetary Update is an imaginative show with wit and humor while Tina The information in this show is hosted by the StarkeWnm..n'
Carlton performs as a dancing
technical for the buff
large!! screen presentationand Oroid. enough space Club.
live musical tour of the best in
telescope and space probe From manned orbital satellitesand i.
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I News Briefs __ --

I Recent
I Arrests a June Investigation) for possessionof rested Sept. 27 for dealing in stolen James Christopher Fields,34, was fluence (DUI I, DWLS, possessionless 21 years of age, according to
In Bradford County marijuana under 20 grams,sale of property,according to Chief Deputy arrested Oct. 3 for sexual battery, than 20 grams marijuana, Patrolman William Brown. He was
The following cocaine, manufacturing or dealing Pat Henry. Bond was set at $1,000, according to Deputy Rhoden. Fields possession drug paraphernalia, ac- released after a r.OOO surety bond
by local authorities arresU Bradford drug paraphernalia, maintaining a he was released on his own was released on his own cording to Patrolman Susan Wilker- was posted.
CountyDavid ln premise where drugs are sold, according recognizance. recognizance.Susan son. Bond was set at $3,200.
to Sgt. D. H. Griff is. lie was
Jim released after a $8,000 surety bond Jerome Lee 26, was arrested Ebbling Bakken 30,was ar- Alan C. Hilgendorf, 22, was ar- More Pot Found
Sept.30 Browning for 23, was arrested was posted. Sept. 28 for burglary of dwelling and rested Oct. :2 for retail theft, according rested Sept.. 29 for failure to appear Growing in Union
paraphernalia possession of drug. resisting with violence, according to to Patrolman Feltner. She was for DWLS,according to Deputy Ben-
substance, possession of controlled Denard Davis Debruhl 30,was arrested Sgt. Griffis. released after a $500 surety bond nett. He was released after a $120.25 Another 100 marijuana plants
according to and improper tag, Sept. 28 for disorderly Intox- was posted. cash bond was posted. were found growing recently on
Feltner. Patrolman Jerry ication,according to Deputy Harvey John Patrick McMahon, 40, was Nekoosa Packaging land.
his i own recognizance.Browning was released on Rhoden. Bond was set at $120.25, he arrested Oct. 2 for disorderly intox- Darian Piques, 20, was arrested Elizabeth Johnson, 25, was ar- The plants ranging from two feet
was released on his own ication, according to Patrolman Oct.3 for aggravated assault,accor- rested Sept. 28 for DUI,according to to six feet tall,were found Sept 23 In
Keith Leroy Jones recognizance. Gordon Smith. He was ordered ding to Patrolman Mack Short. He Patrolman Smith. She was released the Worthington Springs area, according -
Sept. 29 for failure 29, was arrested released at his first appearance. was released on his own after $500 surety bond was posted. to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
for to Christopher Ronald Pearle, 23, of recognizance. Officials later found about 50''
fleeing and eluding,burglary7nd Union County was arrested Sept. 29 James Buford Parker, 22, was ar- James Douglas Doss, 29, of Baker plants growing near Providence in a
possession of burglary tools, according for violation of probation for rested Sept. 27 for violation of proba- Katrina Yvette James was ar- County was arrested Sept. 30 for wooded area by the old Mormon .
to Deputy Danny Thrift. Bond burglary from Columbia County, according tion lewd lascivious assault, accor- rested Oct. 2 for retail theft, accor- DUI, according to Trooper Dwain Church, said Whitehead.The .
was set at
$3,000. to Deputy Rhoden. ding to Deputy Gene Lee. Bond was ding to Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. Hudson. Bond was set at$500,he was Sheriff's Department with
Milton Eugene Andrews, 33, was set at $2,000, he was released on. his Bond was set at $1,000. released on his own recognizance. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
arrested Sept. 28 on warrants (from Aaron Harris Holley, 3.1. was ar- own recognizance. mission and Florida Department of
Sandra McCloud Searcy was ar- Augusta Jackson,44,was arrestedOct. Law Enforcement found the marijuana -
Kirby Lee Cassleman, 33, was ar- rested Oct. 1 on a court order,accor- 1 for DWLS, displaying false during a routine weekend
rested Sept. 27 for battery ot law en- ding to Deputy Lee. Bond was set at license as own, according to Lt. helicopter search.
forcement officer, resisting with $1,000 she was released on her own William Tillotson. lie was released
NORMAN'S ROADSIDE MARKET violence, battery (domestic recognizance. after a$465.25 cash bond was posted.
violence), according to Patrolman FliP Troopers
Highway 301 North Smith. Bond was set at $IO) he Traffic Stephen Ross James, 27, was arrested
for DWLS Continue License,
was released on his own Sept 29 accordingto
recognizance. Bruce Drinkwater, 33, of Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bond was Vehicle Inspections
Full Line of Fresh Producealso Hillsborough County was arrested set at$215.25, he was released on his
Richard Lee Kricher, 18, was arrested Sept. 30 for driving while license own recognizance.Donna Bradford CountyThe
Sept. 27 for violation fo proba- suspended (DWLS), according to Florida Highway Patrol will
tion, according to Deputy Lee. Bond Trooper Donald Dean. Drinkwaterwas Gay Head,28,was arrestedOct. be conducting driver license and
FRESH SEAFOODFish was set at $2,000. also charged on a warrant for 3 for DUI, according to Lt. Ken- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
failure to appear for DWLS from neth Hinds, Jr. She was released ing the week of Oct.6 through Uct 12
Shrimp & Crabs Howard Louis Johnson,23,was ar- Manatee County,according to Deputy after a $500 surety bond was posted. on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
rested for violation of community Jason Bennett. He is being detained SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
UT1rirAMj M-.M .jj ;r.. control for grand theft, according to on that charge. Roy Edward Conway, 19, was arrested CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CK-211,
Oct 3 for DUI, retail theft, CR227R221, CR-230 and CR-100A
Deputy Lee. Bond was set at $1,000. Tony Anthony Hutchins, 23, was
alcohol underJoau's in Bradford .
by County.Recognizing
possession person
arrested Oct. 1 for driving under In-
the danger presentedto
NETTLES TREE the public by defective vehicle
LAKE AREA equipment, Troopers will concen-
SERVICERemoval trate their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as bad
PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc. positions brakes, worn tires and defective
Pruning( lighting equipment. In addition, at-
!Trimming, De-mossing tention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license
CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY' 'Specializing. In Removal or laws of Florida. :
Dangerous Trees The Patrol has found these check'
to be an effective means of en-:
FREE Estimates points
Physical Therapy. Occupational Therapy. Licensed & Insured ; We are havingour forcing the equipment and driver
& Speech Pathology Pre-Fall Sale license laws of Florida while Insur-
\ Call Thomas D. Nettles
ing the protection of all motorists.
496-1326 Butler i Sept. 28th. thinS
Medicare Insurance and Worker's: Compensation Accepted Union County
7th -
LIFE at PRAISE MINISTRIES i Comeshop The Florida Highway Patrol wilF'
Laura Hodges. P.T. Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP Post Office Drawer 939 in and be conducting driver license and:
STARKE. FL 32091 vehicle checkpoints during ,
for inspection
Jennifer Bradley. P.T. Peggy Floatner, O.T.R. PASTOR EWARD L.VAN CAMP early the week of Oct.6 through Oct. 12

your new fall on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,.
"Come experience the difference"( wardrobe.5oan's CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CIW
S.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Ten.',pie Ave. Schedule of Services: 796A in Union County. :

Melrose. Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091 Sunday 10:30 am Morning Worship -

475-3113 9642208Hours Sunday 7:00 pmWednesday Evening Worship Thank You :

Evening Worship We would like to thank our many:
friends for their kindness during the:
Referral / 7:30
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fashions illness and loss of our loved one. For.
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especially thanks to Dr. Restea,Up-
The Finest in Ladies Fashions 'JI John Healthcare Services, may God

...!'" Announcing the Opening of-*. t Starke Plaza 964-7651- *,: ,Jbfartcncartt bless each of you. i
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Bruce Pollock, M.D. Keystone Heights, FL 32656

Board Certified Family Physician 473-7256

General, Pediatric and ". ," "
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Blue Cross/Blue Shield 5 "A Full Service Law Firm"
5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal

743 S. Walnut Street, Suite B,

Starke, Florida 32091 1 .- I Personal Injury & Wrongful Death; Bankruptcy Law; Informal i

Creditor Workouts; IRS &Department of Revenue Negotiations;

Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday Divorce & Family Law;Wills & Probate; and Criminal Law 3

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Mrs Ruth M. Dennison day, Oct. 2, In St. Williams Catholic Jacksonville; and three grandchildren Card of Thanks
Church Keystone Heights, with Fr .
Mrs Huth Minnie Dennison, 84, of Tom Gordon officiating. Burial was Funeral services will he held Kri- We the family of the late Rose
Hampton died Thursday, Sept 28, in Keystone Heights Cemetery day, (HI (6. in )DeWilt C:. Jones Bell Williams, would like to express ((904))964--7783
in Alachua General Hospital, under the direction of Jones Funeral Chapl"1111 Kev !Ix'umon W.ndof- i.UP sincere thanks for your TOMMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple Avenue
Gainesville long Illness. fil'iilllllj.Inh'rml'nt will be thoughtfulness and prayers duringthe Manager
following a Home of Keystone Heights. in liod Starke. KL 32091
loss of our loved one May
Born in Arcadia Florida Mrs. Keystone Ills Cemetery with .._
Dennison was a lifelong resident of Mattie E. Surrett M.isonic HIII'S. Aiiiingemenls are bless each of you In a very special ,
Hampton; was a member of the heinK handled bones Funeral way.
Hampton Christian Church and wasa Heptinstall I/Inme The Williams FamilyINJURIES

homemaker. Mrs. Mattie E. Surrett Hep _. -
Survivors include one daughter, tinstall, 82, of Starke, died Sunday M
Vir} inia Koark one stepdaughter. Oct. 1, in Whispering Pines Care TULLER
Shirley Norman one step son Carl Center, Starke, following a lengthy
Dennison, all of Hampton; one illness. Chiropractic Center
brother Virgil Price, "'t Pierce, Born in Reads, Alabama, Mrs.
two sIsters Ada Jackson of Heptinstall moved to Starke in 1970 Keystone E Heights( Office
Wildwood and Margaret Brock of from Islamorado,Florida.She was a
S. Lawrence Blvd.
.; Plant City; two granddaughters member of the Baptist faith and wasa 260B
Patsy George of Lithonia l1a.! and homemaker. I,
Ruth Gaskms of Haiford, one grandson Survivors include one son, CharlesR. 473-7213 0 r'a
: Dennis Koark of Hamptosix Heptinstall, El Paso Texas, one
great grandchildren and two great- sister, Minnie Blackwell
:* great grandchildren) Islamorado, Fla.; three grandchildren ,
and 7 great: erandchildren '
: Funeral services for Mrs. Den- Memorial services for Mrs. Hep PAIN CONTnOL.llemlaLhcs
nioon were held at 1 p m. in DeWitt tinstall were held at 2 p.m. Wed., ..I :
'". C. Jones Chapel Starke, on Satur- Oct. 4, at Jones Chapel], Starke. Fw
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day. Sept. 30, with Pastor Norman Burial will be in Edgemont y
.. SUIsse officiating. Burial was in San- Cemetery, Reads Alabama under Mid: Back Woik!: Related
ta Fe Cemetery under the direction the direction of Jones Funeral Home Low Back & Leg Sports y \
; of Jones "'unl'raliloml' of Starke. of Starke, Fla.Milton Personal,! /

Mrs. :Mary Anna Nolan 1 J. Humphries Auto Accidents HOUR THURS. OCT 19

!Mrs Mary Anna !Nolan; 95, of Milton J. Humphries, 65, of Lake SHOWTIME 8:00 DOORS OPEN AT 7:00:
Keystone heights Florida died Geneva, died Oct. 3 in Humana DR. RICHARD) C. TULLER BOBBY'S IIIDE-A.WAY
Thursday Sept 2Bm at her home on Hospital of Orange Park following a CALL 468.1641DON'T MISS IT!
= sudden illness
Lake Lane following a Born May 25, 1924 in Jacksonville CHIROPRACTIC CARE DISCOUNTED ADVANCE TICKETS AT BOBBY'S OR AT DOOR

Born in Dorchester, Mass, Mrs. Mr. Humphries moved to Lake ,
Geneva in 1972. He was a member of -
Nolan moved Heights in
to Keystone Gadara Church, Melrose 24 HOURS A DAY 7 BACK BY POPULAR DfAM/VO/ ALL NfW SlfOW/.
1965 from Daytona Beach. She was a Baptist ,.., .,
Tn wrt ulltetWlMtmNi' <.lal; >tn"Irnr hnr.u rNnvn n.rl"'Ilx ""-li"' HtlltAriiiM
member of St Williams Catholic Masonic Lodge 89, Morocco Templeof DAYS A WEEK Ntq / .m lntilf\\liKhnitiillalhili, ',iillltHMlHiin.I tilt" lIIVIIAIIN.',fr'm/,"
Church and homemaker. the Shrine, and retired in lfl! >7 D "."LI*...f ttlftts.fl.tMnhltM'.I....l'<\.l.il'"Vlttl.fflffHIMiMHMII: rrr.K-.IM I "
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Survivors include one daughter after 27 years in the U.S. Air Force OFFICE HOURS: l1 sNMMf f/mnintfiipfn .rnnrV.r"d rlluh Hl !
Survivors include his wile omL'I lours: Mon. -Fit. 8:3O-6:OO p.m. Sat Dy Appointment i*
Anne :Naples of Keystone Heights;
one son Dr Leo J Nolan. Jr., Colorado Kathleen H. Humphries his ----
Springs Colo.: one brother, daughter, Susan Humphries of>l L<>
Frank Gillis of SI Petersburg F la.; Alamos, N.M.; one son, Jim Hum
6 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren phries, Jr., of Lake Geneva; his
mother, Viola Swanson of Jackson II ,
Funeral services!> were held Mon vine; one sister. Jovce Boll nt :: .atvittl'M

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ADVERTISING .hould be ub- I I il"S'' i\D" ,: LOST DOG: Rust colored female chow TWO OR THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath "A TRADITION OF TRUST"
mllt.d to the Bradford County wearing red collar please call 964- carport for three ears, on 1 acre 2394 .....WATERFRONTGREAT .....
Telegraph office In writing and paid In WHATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 6727. REWARD. '5 5i' NW 65th Avenue $29,000 contact FISHING WITH LOTS OF ROOM LAKE HIllCFEST 3/2. 1980 mobile
adv"eT "lie*. credit I. already HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It 904-786-4449. 16 t home, outside and In remodeled In cypre.s, CHftA carpet, range, refrlg. d/w,
established with this office. Works!! Now available for ... FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3BR.I Bath lot ol
cat too. pool
TH.HELD TELEGR""H RES'ONSI8LE STA"FOR MISTAKES CANNOT BE IN Gator aGoWkist.II Farm Supply 6 ,Ole Glory S *Feed, i' \' ,p, 1:" home.Family/dinlng porch.garaga.fenced room back,yard.newlypaintedwallpaper. screened hot decking tub shingle creen roof porch fireplace, storage, concrete building., driveway All of thl*aboveground lurrounded by a*6'75.000 chain

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN"'D IS T"'KEN OVER HORSES I _,. .JU1 JUR\ Saratoga link A privacy fence.
TH. TELE'HONE. FOR SALE: Uver colored Morgan ) Heighte,964-7634 16 COUNTRY STYLE LIVING on Florida water at It* best! 800' of paved winging

Classified deadline I I.TUESDAY NOON. quarter, horse.to Excellent work with for also beginners OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded a driveway to thl* superb 3500 .f home. The home has beautiful wooden floor*,
prior to Thursday publication. Welch and very Pasaphlna easy Cross pony for lot*, river access. $5450 each. No 3 BR,2 BATH.APPflOX.1300 sq ft.ch/a, carpet vaulted celling, 4 level of living pace, Ig. foyer, eat-in kitchen with with
Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY experienced rider only. Price negotiable money down.$65.41 month.Owner.I- 21x17 workshop on one acre. new built-in appliance*, formal dining room Ig. living ft family room
S:00 P.M. Special Classified display sale or trade, call 468-I3I6. 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN $32.50Ocall 964-3321 16TWO fireplace*. 4 BR*. 3 Full Both. 2% baths. Inside utility room, 3 sunbathing
placement Is NOT Guaranteed. 8 s 10 s a deck, 100 ft. on Lake Geneva. 2'/i Ac., with prinklcr ytem, Ig. oak,
Minimum charge for classified ads I I. FOR SALE. 2 HORSE TRAILERS,excel ACRE PRIVATE azalea, dogwood, camellia. Located on SR 21 S. Keystone Hgt*. Assum.Mtg. .
IS words for $3.50 then 15 cents for lent condition 1984 and 2 year old .. .. ESTATE.altractive. new, 3 BR, 2 Must see to appreciate!
oeh word thereafter. $1 billing charge filly quarter horse, and throughbred, WANTED:' : : "I bath home near Keystone & Golf GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY. LAKE GENEVA! 292' on water and extending
will b* added to each CHARGED 782-3773 6 aVAI .. '00- course, 77000. Call Trevor Century to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acre*. 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lot*,
classified ad. 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., Broker $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
\ 0. si\ ESt MATE share 3BRhouse.ISO month 473-4903 16 S ....HOMES....
plus half utilities calI9648045ifJOMES"FORSAfJE: RALPH BRYAN REALTY.964-8878 RAIFORD LOVELY HOMESITE! 2 BR. 1 BA frame home on 1 .65 Acre*. Cleared
STRICKLAND SEWING MACHINE BEST BUY: 3/1 frame ch/a In town A landscaped. Owner financing. $3500 Dn $195/10 Yr*. $ 17,000
89 CHEYENNE TRUCK with ground REPAIR also used machine$29 and ; 'JATTENTION. $26OOOREDUCED $2,500: 3 BR. 2 GREAT FIRST HOME for young couple- BR 1 bo carport, porch.NE26thAve. .
effect.full size v-8 305 hp maroon/ up. Completely reconditioned, also bath on SR 230 living/dining room $26,000
gold fully equipped.am/fm,5 speed.a/ homemade quilt $50 and up. Hwy family room with fireplace,garage and HWY. 301 SOUTHi Frame, 3 BR. 2 bat CHAA 1539 *.f., 1.7 acre*. $ 40,000
c.tintedwindows.sllding back glass 4 233&16(Morgan Rd.)964-8733. TFN -GOVERNMENT HOMES complete satellite system.$59,500.3/ NW 65th AVE.i 3 bedroom 1 bath, 5 acre*. Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshly
month old.JIOOO dn.assume pymts. 7 a from $1 l (U-repalr). Delinquent tax 2 MOBILE HOME with additionch/a, painted Inside. Owner .ays, 'Make an Offer
call anytime, 904-289-9647 1226 Bradford Street, Friday and Saturday property. Repossessions. Call I-602- enclosed patio on one acre.close to ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR I bo concrete block window treatment.
2 s B-5pm, Tool*, household Items. 838-8885,0x1. GH 3493 18COUNTRY town. RALPH BRYAN REALTY,9646378 3 ceiling fan, CH8A .love, refrlg DW, garage with door opener, antenna
Must see to appreciate 7GARAGE a a TFN 16 S
window, roegarden
wood floor new Anderen carpet
$700, call 964-7275 SALE waterbed, computer LIVING. Graham, Brick home RENTAL HOUE IN STARKE for sale, 2 with rotary booster with brick BBQ grill smoker, and Laty
2OFFICE s table, chair chinaand: much more. on 2 acres energy efficient, 3 BR, I 11/ BR, I bath full basement two stock large patio area, tool complete shed, pumphouse. total electric
table, hothouse separate
SR 16 3rd house on right past 2 bath FR fireplace, chi a. $87,000. block home ch/a currently rented. Susan
:'Cn 1. R J" r ()Pt JX"rRtNT \ Brownlee Roadgolng towards Raifcrd. 485-I958 16 s Must Sell Reduced to 25500. Eves. beautifully landscaped.
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BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3Vi BATHS 401 St. Clair St. .86 an acr* foyer.LR
LIS'F1.SAU..i' ; 912 RAiford Rd. 8am until. Saturday 473-3627 TFN 16
fan/hood den laundry
dishwasher :
only. 7 s DR kitchen w/ refrlg. range/oven
SPACE 500 sq ft for rent on Hwy GARAGE SALE. Sept 30.8-2pm. 204 S. room and an office, CH&A, enclosed carport ((2 car), utility .hop, spacious
301 Starke. Apply at Durrance Pump Glenn St (off hwy.230)) china closet, back yard with security light. $71.000
A Supply 964-7061 TFN bunk beds, dothes-adult/childrens. Sales CLEAN CLEAN 1664 S.... 3 BR, 2 Ba. plenty of .forage .pace, CH&A wood
3GREAT > linens household item, toddler seat I tmJ'ii.UJ Appraisals heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio, 3 other buildings, 2 acre*, lot of trees,
LOCATION ACROSS FROM and more. 7 s gord.n .pot. HwV. 16W. S 78:500:
KOA/WAL MART, Hwy 301, 2000 tq BETHEL CHURCH RDl 3 BR, 1 bat CB wood door 1185 ..f.. !5 acre. S 60.000
ft, $600 month. 964-8848, evenings :( FOSA; 1'.iH CRYSTAL LAKE: furnl.hed log cabin. 98 ft. on woter 1BR/I Ba. $ 90.000
473-3627 TFN 3 s ; BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak. S/D extra lot S 44.00O
FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. HAMPTON LAKE AREAl 3 BR. 2 ba CH&A .creened polio w/ BBQ grill
1000 sq ft fast food location across Owner will finance $20OGYacre.call AI.o3BRMH, 1'/iBAon3acre.. Excellent for moll hor.eform. SIZZ.40C
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 evenings 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN ...LOTS A ACREAGE...
473-3627 TFN 3FOR 9LAWTEY s REALTOR & Associates VILLAGE 130x130 $ 4,500S
a ACREAGE:with road frontage. 10.000S
SALE OR RENTWarehouse/office: Call for details. MATHEWS REALTY. MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acre* Inside city
pace: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at 964-4469. TFN 9BUILDING 402' ON SANTA FE RIVERA WALDO: four lot, city woter well .eptic, 2 power pole* 28.000
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine nature lovers paradise Large hardwood trees galore on this 8.66 acre SE 191h ST. HAMPTON: 3 acre*. 3 .eptic tank, 4" ub pump 2 power pole,
lot In a restricted subdivision. Only 7 miles from 1-75 AlachuaHlghSprings 17LAWTEYi3lot -
Industries. water.
Contact Diane Ely 964- LOTS ON BESSENT ROAD- access to city
exit. Owner will finance with 10% down 9 10% for 1O years. 100x160, accesstocity water chS 3.000
5294 TFN 3 a cleared and mostly cleared levelled/ .eachopprox. 5.000
STORE FOR RENT, 1000 SO FT, SOL and landscaped call 964-6300 TFN NEED SOME SPACE? HWY. 22S: One acre.
SOUTH PLAZA 964-7681 OR 964- AIR RDi Country Club Estates, 1.11 acre*: Make Offer I S 8.700
9 ( 12x65 furnished mobile home secluded on 19.18 acres, 2O minutes LOT 9. 10.000
6784 TFN 3 9 ACRE TRACT:4 acre of mature pines north of Gainesville. 1 mile south Worthlngton Springs. Beautiful CONERLY ESTATES! Lot 12 $ 15.000
5 acres of improved drained property, property has 5 cleared acres for garden animals, and the rest Is heavily LAWTEYl Five acre*. 105th Ave., Good lnve.tmenl! S 50.000S
, 'MOQI. J QME, pecan trees fruit trees mobile home wooded. Call for directions. Assumable 1st no qualifying.404O PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RDi 20.16 Acre*. 3 well. 2 pole* 15.000
well septic. Great building site for WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Flo. Frontier
Road. 95OGainesville.
R: S'AtJ small ranch.Located I mile from Starke Ahr Hours

Golf Course., $34,900. 964-8602 after FL 326O7 Ann terwlllegar NolsonPoullne . . . . . . ..73.75.1

AMERICAN FAMILY HOMES, NEW/ 6 pm. 9 a Bus. ((904) 375-7039 Randolph . . . . . . . .964-6323
USED MOBILE HOMES.ORANGEPARK.2720637. of sate! One mile"
20 ACRES land for
?.. 4",' -.-.'.,...;._. OorttvoiSlark" AU opart,taOOO Debra Connaughton .-..........., .'n, . . . .964-2833.
a acre.negodable. Call 964-7900 r'
repair on one acre well septic and AREA, from $295 down. $89 '
two sheds. Located in Crosley Trailer per month, 1-5 acres, rolling oak and a : ;$ sse ) S :
Park near Hampton. $15,000 or make meadows Ideal for small farm or r NORTH CENTRAL n LIMITED TIME OFFER
offer. Call 964-4271 4RIVER country home. K> miles North of
a Gainesville. Mobile ok.no qualifying, | CELLULAR | Radiant PHONE
I4x80, 3BR. 2 bath mobile home. 11./4 377-9977 9 with antenna
acre land, price negobble. call 904- 43 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 .
246-6830 4 s Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In '. INSTALLED

Hawthorne ......................................................$25,000 & Up vr/Antenna 495
Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontage Mount

In Alachua County Activation

Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000 thruNCC wCHlTEJ

e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or wlthput septic &well hookup ...Motorola.Audlo

200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1,000 Acre Vox AUTHORIZED;
e Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5,000 .Radiant.Panasonlc 1AGEN17 ;

2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500
Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each

3 BR 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake. Keystone Hgts. $65.000 STARKE 9644238G'VILLE

New 2 BR 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease
Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Starke $55.000

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@ Ronald E. Newman. Sr.
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI!, CRB President AmAccelerated

EQUAL. HOUSINCi' REALTOR 964-6881 Realty inc.964454411H.
e Instant Financing e No Points Reasonable Interest Rates .

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc.

Located Hwy 301,2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St.

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.LAKE ACCESS: Beautiful oak*, I acre with doublewlde. In Key.ton tem 1fII1'1i'

.. EXECUTIVE HOMEi Will do leaie purchase. 438-89.
.. fiVE ACRESi $3,300 per Acr. I(44-89 >/Horaes s/Lot VAcreagc s/Waterfront

.. IN GROUND POOLi 3 BR, 2 Ba. nice acre, f 12769.IAKI Your Full Sorvlco Real Estate Office .../Farms >/Commerclal
.. ACCESSi Acre, quiet, and In the country. 4160-69.
.. LARGE CORNER LOT 270x322x243 Country Club E tata*. Aklng $12.500! with

owner financing. 113689. SPECIAL Near Hampton,e Acre*with Well.Septic Tank
.. NICI2 BR MH on .93 acre. Quiet area. Priced to sell at $17,000.1149-89 And Power Pole, $12,000. Caiti or Term*..
.. BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT In Lawtey 1000. Can be u.ed for mobile home. A

steal' at 3000. 498-89. HAMPTON LAKI ACCESS 3BR/2BA Frame, CHtA, 2184 SF. 576 SF
..CORNER LOT In the city 73x220. May be divided Into two building lots ol Workihop.

75x110. Ownir anxious. An lavzrient buy at $12.500.1102-19. SAMPSON IAKI 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Family Room, CH4A, 180 ft.
.. BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME on this high ft dry lot 292x200. Can be divided Into BROKER SPECIAL on Water. '
two parcels 146x200. A great buy at $19,900. All this and owner financing too. $44.9001 NEW HOMI 4BR/2BA Brick. CH4A. 10x12 Sun Dock, Well < So P tic.

119.19 Uke Cloak Lake with White. Sandy Beach. Beautiful,.oak tree* SHADE TREES 3BR/2BA Brick. CH4A, 2946 SF, 2 Corage*. on 1.7 Acre*. IPRONTAGI
.. 2BR 1BA NEAR TOWN Large corner lot. Fully fenced patio with built-in BBQ. en .large Cottage M. Only en 17 .miles. from Starke I Acres. ON HWY 100 3BR/2BA Cut Brick, CrUA, Room for Hone*. .....ICROSiY
Laundry area ft family room. Only asking $36.900.
.. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED 3BR, IViBo, brick home, large oak tree*, bock yard IAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA. Two Story, AC Units, Elct. Heat. Well a
tale. 138-89 .RICK, 1 BR, 1 1/2 BAi Nice neighbor. Range, refrlg.. CH/A Enc. garage. Septic.HWV .
patloO In town, prlceb lOr quick
.. HANDYMAN FIX-UPl 2BR, 1 BA, 14500. 4145-89 $49.900. HI.3BR/2BA Doublewlde. CHA, Workshop, Nth Pond. w.lI&Sep.
.. BEAUTIFUL ACRE with 3BR. 18a, brick veneer. Reduced to $40,000. 4148-69, *BEST AREA: 3BR, SBa, CHAA brick; 1405 s.f., new roof, new paint. SM.OOO.
.. ,1 1/4 ACRE with 4BR. 2Ba. CB CHtA. kitchen equipped. $48.000. 4130-68. *STARKS HISTORIC AREAl Renovated 6BR. 3Vt BA. 6 fireplace*. $133,000. PORCHES Alt ROUND 3BR/1BA A-Frome. Pol* Barn Tool Shed. Well
*HIGHWAY 1* WEST "/2%. CHftA 1496 t.f. on 1 acre. $53,000. Septic. '
.LOVELY RESTORED HOMI en Walnut St., hardwood fleer, CHftA, many fin*
sell. 4131-69 *INCOMII'U.1tTY1./2 Home, plus 8 room Day Car Facility. CHURCH STREET 3BR/2BA CI. CH&A, Family Room 2148 SF. Go .
Priced to
qualities.1 Nice remodeled office, has B-2 Zoning. 4155-89. *FENCED YARD all appliance*, convenient location 3/1V4. Only $35,000. CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA CB ft Frame. CHftA, 1536 SF Comer L..g. ,
'. CALL WOODED BUILDING LOTSt Hwy. 16W. 4153-89. *IN BROOKER Frame Home. Walk to Everything. Owner Financing. CHURCH STREET .Two Story ApartmentBldg. 2BR/1 BA ; .'M .
.. 1 BEAUTIFUL Zoned B-2. Between Washington ft Hwy. 16E. 4(54-69( *REDUCED Brick, CHftA over 2000 s.f.. In the country on 2.78 acre*" HIGHWAY 301 S. 300 ft. frontage. 2 Mobil. Homes Commercial Bid:?
.. LOT 100x105 3BR. 2Ba. CB. CH&A. Reduced to $43,900. 463-69 *OWNIR FINANCINOi 3 story frame 4/2. CHAA on '.64 acre*, $35,000. RIVER BENO ESTATES. 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Homo CHftA. 2 Acre. ,
..LAWTEYl Nice large 2,000 ft. on 1 Acre. Call to view *FRAME with cedar siding 4/1 rge ft ref on 10 acre. $32,000.EPPERSON CTV HWY 2M 4.B Acres. 3BR/2BA MM, CentralHC Unit., Paved,
Nice approx. .q. '
RAIFORDi STREET 4 BR, 1900 l.f. home. No sign on property. 37500.! Road.
properly. 1/06-19 *PINEMICZE S/DIII kept brick 3/1V4. CHftA. nlc* lot, $39,000.
*FRAMI 3/1 on 3 acr*, 38x30 pole barn fruit tree*, and more. 52000. SELECTED PROPERTIES
RENT..LSI.1 BR Duplex, Center St. $200/Mo. *CEDAR HOMI on 1 ocr*. CHftA range ft refr., 38000. WALDO Nice Shady Bldg or Mobile Home Lot 100x300 ft.,
.2 BR 2 Bn Mobil Homo Thereua. $285/mo. *NOW ONLY S ECONOMY HOMES range from $16.000 t 24000. HOMI BLDO ion Hwy 16W. City Water t Sewage.. Owner FI none I ng.
.3 BR HOUSE on Croby lak, $430/mo. "FARM HOUSli CHftA. on 28 acre*,' 2 barns pecan grove. $87.000. I HOMI BLDO ion Shady Oaks SID Breaker.
... I *BMCKi BR, 2% Ba CHftA FP. Rnge ft Refr I.. DW, over 5 acre*. FOUR e-ACRI TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
*IN STARKIt Clos* to hosp.. CB. 3/1. CHftA, Big Room.I $38.900.! THREI 2-ACRI RIViRFRONT ion Breaker. Owner financing
*LARGE LOT IN CITY 100x200 w/30x30 garaga. suitable to store motor home.COMMIRCIALi e ACRES Well Septic B Power Pole.
One of Our Professionally South US 301, 3 acre* plo. with metal bldg. ft mobile home.BIAUTIFUL ACRES Frentag* en Hwy. 100W. CIty Weter* Sewege.I .
Call TWO StORYi brick ft cedar farm home. "/2,73 acre*. ACRES Hwy 301 South.t. .

Trained Staff Today.....9B4-5n6Q *LAWm ARIAt nke home, CHftA on 1 acre quiet and peaceful. (REDUCED) .< ACRES Frontage en New .1...... Well ft le*>M..
*LAKE LIVING AT PTS BfSTi Beautiful high ft dry lot, area's flnet homes.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: AFTUHOURSl

alr.ne L. Faulkner...."64-5142 Callus About Wayne Dougla* Tt44tJBIIIDedd Mil Oenn. 944-444 j

'aDarl.ne Godwin.....44B-2503 LAKI LOTS HOMES ..ACREAGEaSUILDING > e4.740BNovU erIce ......... 44M1IMeilae
eWorren WoodRydr..964W40 LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES Werd V44-74M Bee** .4MIU71A

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FEMALE BLACK LAB opprox 75lbs. limpson
Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. .
Keystone area. Reward. 475.5641 sq. of Oriole
AND CORN FREEZER.$ 95 782-3292 on the corner Holly.
MEAL-.70 pound.
per ft. S
por HpdlO/5 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility Work guaranteed. Used machine $50
pound.call 904 259-3901. 12FRESH 12 t In both
location. 473.3193 or and up. 7/20 tfnchg
message. 7/6 tfnchg TANKS PUMPED-ond drain lines
CHANNELCATFISH DRESSED 24 x 5 ft, best offer call 964.7046 FURNITURE ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency. relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford
Laundry and dock facilities. $275 Septic Tanks Stark. 9648121.
PER POUND. BUCKS CATFISH 12 SPEED BIKE.964-2384 COUCH. CHAIR-coffee table, end table, United Methodist Church. Immediate
per monthplus deposit 4732919. 7/6tfnchg
FARM 9644752.LEAVE MESSAGE after 12 two 4-drawer dressers, one drawer 7/6tfnchg DOORS DRAGGING'FLOORS SAGGING' opening for all present and future
12 s PIONEER STEREO 4 speakers, $200; mirror.dresser one 6-drower dresser with IDEAL RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE-21 N. HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL'-Call LaRue choirs. Salary based on experience.Call .
FULL SIZE FORD PICKUP TRUCK Rotridgor $200. call 473-0600 beds. Stereo with 473.3829 for further Information
speakers. across street from Hard..., 12'X32'. leveling Service for all your foundation
PARTS C-6rear undo etc 9647545or 12 s machine.473-26B2.Typewriter washing $275 adjoining 20'X32'. 3504734375. repairs Keystone, 4737721. 7/9TFN 4tchg/9-14-28/10-5
964-6569 12 s FORMER SHAKLEY PRODUCT USERS. BOY'S 1lchg/9/2B 71 I 31fnchg TYPING IBM word perfect 5.0 papers FULL-TIME COOK-Needed at New life
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. AS LOW AS Lost touch with distributor?If CAPTAIN'S BED-with 2 drawers Acres. OB.33tchg92t28105
your so $50.00 LARGE MOBILE HOME on 1 acre lot Dls/These, legal letters, etc. 473.9468
$14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- call mo Learn about newer and better $60.00 Call couch good condition 8'4" across from lake 3BR/2BA, 'Ig deck 2tpd 9/28.10/5 ATTENDANTAIDEMust be patient,
694fi 12 s Shakloy products like the full energy 475-2383 ltpdlO-5 gazebo attached w/garden space. TOP QUALITY PAINTING COMPANY. responsible, with good references.
NEWSPAPER PLATES- diet. Lose weight feel great. Call $450. mo. Rent Deposit $450. 20yrs Experience, painting wallpaperIng McRae Retirement 473-2881
aluminum.Measures 24x36 Mane 7823790. 'I2 12MAYTAG CARSTRUCKSMOTORCYCLES 4732667. 2tchg9-28/10-5 pressure washing, Inter/exter. tchg9/28/10/12
inches.$ 50 each. Great for patchingand I TOWN HOUSE 657 Breezy Way. across Free estimates. Call Howard 659.2591 FULL-TIME POSITION-Oualiflcatlons:
repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 W WASHER. Wizard dryer good from KH Elementary School 2BR/I 2/2 3tpdlO/5-l9 must be able to work with children
Call St. Starko 12 working condition both $ISO or $75 ATTENTION BA. stove, refrigerator, dishwasher DIRT-CHEAP PRICES-chalnsawlng. land 6wks old to 12 yrs. License Number
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthu each call 964-3739 days or 964- vehicles from Government seized furnished. Hook-ups for washer and clearing hauling. Call Troy 473 4055 030444. 475-2132 2tchg 9.28/10.5
$100. Mercedes
Gaskins. 782-3140 12HAND 5450 evenings and weekends. #12 Chevys, Corvettes. Fords Surplus Buyers, dryer. Full garage. 4733681. Itpd 10.5 WATKINS:Famous for spices flavorings[ ,
a 12 s 9/28tfnchg NEED $20,000 SECOND MORTGAGE
Guide. 1-602.838-8885 liniments,and home remedies. Need
HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, FARM HOUSE, 5 acres of land. 2 BR, I :xt.A 14027.3Ipd9.28105.12 EFFICIENCY COTTAGE-on White Sands LOAN-will repay 15% 7 yrs. Secured dealers,high profits. Call collect 904-
storage buildings garagns green- bath over looking pecan trees, three Lak., Furnished, $225/mo includes by-so acres improved property. 782-3063, RII I Box 792, Lawtey Fl.
houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT Hwy porchs ewly remodeled FSBO utilities, screened porch, carpet, car. ltchglO-5 32058. #15 15 k
301 South 964-8848 TFN $46,000 call 782-3982 .12 ANIMALSFREE port. 473.2909 or 1721.5447 ARE YOU GOOD WITH CHILDREN?We
12 s 12 sWHIRLPOOL 21chg I 0/5.1 01 12 WANT TO BUY need an In-ou-home careperson for I
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales wicker, GAS RANGE,originally cost TO GOOD HOME.part German MOBILE HOME-like n.w. partially furnished 1/2 and 4 yrs old boys. Am flexible.
used furniture, appliances. TV's $569,now asking$200,about 2 years Shepherd puppies/female' German 2BR.2BA. overlooking Paradise GOOD USED CRIBS-strollers, highchairs Two young mothers could job share
microwaves. VCR's. .You name it. I old, call 964 6821. #12 12HOUSE Shepherd/part spitz puppies. 473.0431 Lake. 1.904.473.4221 01 f ploypens. 473-7140 evenings ltchglO-5 etc. Will pay min. wage. Call Gail
carry ill.Alwas looking for such items. s 2tchglO/5-12 ). Stop in if you wish to sell something. OF LLOYD'S OPEN HOUSE. NEWLY REMODELED'private lot on Lake
304 E. Call St.. 964-3250. Eveningscall Come see our displays and hear about HOMES FOR SALE Geneva 2BRI 1'1.BA Mobile Home.
964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. our fantastic hostess plan. HOme New carpet throughout, dock, laundry
TFN 12 t decor Christmas toys and gifts. ONE LAKESIDE HOME with separate facilities. Must see this on. $275/mo ( Union County Area Ads ] I
12X21 CARPORT $790 NO DOWN Denny's Lounge Oct. 1st at 3pm garage with 2 acres, $29.500 OBO. or 2 plus $275.d.pa.lI. 473.2919
PAYMENT .Handi House portable WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR like new lakeside homes, 4 acres $55,500 OBO. 2tfnchg 10-5/12
buildings Hwy 301 South Slarke.964- $250. Sigler oil heater and tank.160 Keystone Heights area. 1.659.2779 fURNISHED.2BRI2BA home on Lake
8848 TFN 12 s gal. good condition, both $100; Rolotillor 7/20 tfnchg' Geneva.473-3794 ltchglO5MOBILE REAL ESTATES FOR RENT
U-PICK PEAS $6 per hamper. 964-652I ,good condition,$150;new throw FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA luxury
or9648733. Morgan Rd, CR 233 8,16 pillows. $20 pair. 1222 Bradford SI condo. Garage screened porch HOMES to 30 ACRES with large concrete barns.
12 s 964-7861 :'- s overlooking lagoon. 475.3267 eveningsor FOR SALE Also, new doublewide on 1 acre or OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street
weekends. 7/27 tfnchg' larger In country. Call 4963939. days $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
SUITE-\BR/2%/ ffice fireplace,, large MOBILE HOME and lot 1979 12ft wide, DOUBLEWIDE ON I ACRE custom built. 2 furnished. Providence 7521122. 9/28
Ralph Bryan Realty 2BR/1BA lot.
on corner Must sell under
brlafcj yite.hirippol. fenced yard value bedroom. Fenced with large oaks. 2tchg. 10/5
xtjjgjbuiIfftog JotkSjpriiltler' system appraised Make offer. Owner financing available. Must sell. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 14' x 70',
925 N. Temple Ave. (Next to Pizza Hut) 964-8878 c oy'' ,. (r P d ch.d 1BR. 1/388/1850. 21chg I 0/5.12 Call 496-3939 days. 454-1595, even washer and dryer, dishwasher and
d 629.GOVERNMENT disposal, reasonable. 4963871.
ant withgaraye.$84,0D5. ings. Ifn/hg. Itpd.
Reduced For Action PrTced to sell. FOR SALE HOMESfrom $1 (U 10/5.
473.4961 weekdays. Keystone Realty. repair). Delinquent tax property.
3 BR, 1 BA, Central AC/H, in City, $21,000. James E. Powell, Brok.r.lIchg.8 24 SINGER, AUTOMATIC-completely reconditioned Repossessions. Call 8056876000. Ext.
also 1 ACRE PLUS-on Smith Lake with 3BR Guaranteed cost $589.00. GH-1136 for current repo list. 8/24 NOTICE
2'/BA block house $48.000. 473.7912 Pay repair bill $150.00. 473.7862 Slpd. 10/12.
3 BR, 2 BA, frame, 2 story, in city, $31,950. 4tpdlO-5/28 2tchg9/2B-10/5 Classified deadline
MISC/ ITEMS-4 Drawer Dresser 3 Draw.rDr..r.
: New ; 6 Drawer Dresser w/mlrrors, P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Listings ( ) tax
: U-repair Delinquent property.
Repossessions. Call 1602.8388885 rxt. trundle bed bunk bed frame, stereo Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50,
3 BR, 2 BA, remodeled, very neat & clean, nice area. GH14027.3tpdlO/5-19 w/speakers, Olympia typewriter Kenmore ATTENTION HIRING! Government lobs then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
area. 17840569485. Call
washing machine. 473-2682 your
Must see 33000. EASY TO ENJOY-greot floor plan open Itch/10-5 1(602)838.8885( ) ext. R9127. 9/21 3tpd.

3 BR 1 1/2 BA brick nice schools LR/DR kitchen area 2 large MISC ITEMS-1982 Suzuki GS 550L$ 00.00. 10/5. FOR SALE OR RENT
neighborhood, near Bedrooms, walk-in closet I i BA Sears SR3000 Monitor Color Commodore $350 A DAY Processing phone orders I
$42,000. lake access by membership dues of 64 Keyboard Disk Drive People call you. No experience
Call refundable RENT to buy 2 A 3 BR. 4963715.
$10.00 39000. 473.4816 Games $350., Sears Trash compactor necessary. ( ) Keep
71/2 Acres with 3 BR, 2 BA, block home, central AC, ItchglOS 1 per yr. $35.00. two truck toppers. $125.00.Call 13157336062.( ) ext. P3054. 9/21 4lpd. trying. Sid's MH Park. Itpd. 10
473.9183 after 6. ltpdlO-5 FEDERAL STATE AND CIVIL SERVICE
barn, fenced, $77,000. _._ JOBSI I 1803769405. Immediate hiring

Puddle, Proof !:. : DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLYPump 1(518)459-3611( ) )Your area., ext.Call F3448(refundable for federallist. ) YARD SALE

9/21 31 pd. 10/5
I Looking for High Land Now is the Time! Not much landin HELP WANTEDReceptionlst Business YARD SALE Two Family, Saturday. Oct.7 .
Bradford County that is not wet now. We have 21/2 Office, 5 days a week for busy 8a.m. Next to Pettit's Used Cars. SR 100
acres up with large oak trees. In-ground (no mound) medical office experience necessary Lake Butler. Itchg. 105.MISCELLANEOUS.
septic tanks. Owner finances land, well septic with small Call for Interview. Mon-Frl. 8 till 5.
4962461. 10/12.
2tchg. 10/5
11 down See this and It .
payment. you'll love 'APIJrCA'ltltlltS''Pfb't'Pll! Union County Area. Excellent Income
potential. Reliable transportation re FOR SALE Fresh ground grits and corn-
11 quired. Call 18004439493. Contact meal. 9042593901. 4tpd. 9/21 thru
USED TIRES Ben. 2tchg. 10/5 10/12. 10/12.
.l Sales & Service On All Makes experience..All ages, kid teens, nace. $395.00. 4961010.
young adults, families, mature people,
animals, etc. Call Nowl Charm
Well Drilling Studios. ((313)) 542-8400 Ext. 1580.
: 40tod. 10/5 thru 7/5/90. FOR SALE
$1O00&uP./p Residential & Irrigation WATKINS:Famous for spices flavorings
linaments and home remedies. Need
Lie 1305/ dealers high profits. Call collect 904- SEARS gas heating system completewith
964-7061 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke 7823068. RII I Box 792. Lawtey Fl. 100 ft. of ducting, used little
Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 32058. 115 15 u $350.00. Phone 4963130. Itpd. 10/5.
FOR SALE Crosby Regrigerator, used
NO RECAPS & NO REGROOVES good condition. $180.00. Sofa with
LAND FOR SALE matching wingback chair. $150.00.
One 50,000 BTU vented LP Gas heater
BIG OAK TIRE II INC. BANKRUPTCY SALE & BROOKER AREA From $295.00 down, $90.00. Will consider delivery for small
$89.00 per month. 1.5 acres. Roiling fee. Joseph Hollingsworth 496.3463
964-9388 oaks and meadows Ideal for small after 3p.m. 3tchg or tIn. 10/5, 10/12.
AUCTION farm or country home. 10 miles Northof
U.S. 301 N. 1601 N. TEMPLE AVE. Gainesville. No qualifying. Mobile CARSTRUCKSVANSATTENTION

(Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken) ACE HARDWARE o.k. FREE BROCHURE. Owner/broker.
3779977. 4tchg. 9/28 thru 10/19. GOVERNMENT SEIZED

VEHICLES from $100.00. Fords,
HOMES FOR SALE Mercedes, Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus
Buyers Guide. 1.602.838.8885

The city of Hampton is 2907 REID STREET BRICK bedroom HOME 3 bath ON in the ONE country.ACRE Swim-Four 1)85 EXT.A9127.FORD LTD 3tpd.Crown 9/28 Victoria 10/5 UB 10/12.A/C.

PS, PB Runs Great Well Maintained
taking applications for a ming pool and satellite. Large oaks. 351 Engine, 1985$3,800 Call 496-1010.
f Palatka Fla. $119,500. Call 496-3939 days and 4952500. Itpd. 10/5.
temporary policeman. 454.1595, evenings Ifn/chq. 6/22

Applications may be pickedup with 2 fireplaces on shaded lot. Three

from clerk at City Hallon Retail Sale: October 10, 1989 Call miles 4621170.south of 9/28 Worthington tfnchg. Springs. 1972 Trl-hull lOShp Chrysler out

FOR SALE House, 1 acre land, one block board malic tilt trailer battery gas
Monday, Wednesday or 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. south of Hwy 100 off Hwy 121 Phone tank extra propeller, $1200.00 firm.
4962503. 10/5.
from 964-5239 Starke. Itpd. 10/5
Friday 10-3.
must be THey All Items 50% Off ( No Sale Tax)
received October

Applicants must be state AUCTION SALE Leveling -

certified. Relocation

10:00 A.M. October 11 Raising'? '

Foundation "r J "'Pl.
Repairs _
1989 r + .f'. :'.

I and Sell Houses
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Aheatp fTrane/ Bonded & Licensed Danny (Buddy) Clark

anyonewill&d / V : ; FORSABE f .
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conrfortaWe h f a f/1//;!/: Large or Small Loads of Limerock. \

with. t.fj Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer L CR229 N.W,28th St. 'Starke' 964-6133

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s. ,964-6095' .&j
-:::--.. 964-6182 964-5823 No Payment

nBu'theTraneXL 110 1200 a XL king 1200:heat!bating Wtalhenrorf punl.kehrirt of' .. ::5IAr1! : .Handl-House; i

exclusive manufac
by an i
warranty" on both thecompressor C&C Mint-Storage: > :: .!
and!cod,plus 2 years on pan*.And. .,
c. uVurut's super high efficiency helps reduce. your for all occasions 964-8848 .

enerll.aD trio more details year.lung on the Calftv sMsM TRAII6'i 607 Bradford Court in Starke construction sites special Gara ce'

:i Inn XI.a ataJable.hew! pump.Finano Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted on 1 events company and Greenhouses

; COWART &: 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from$220 plus utilities. family picnicS. and tent Storage T"
Handicapped units are also available- Rental information and revivals.
if: Air Conditioning Contractors applications arc available at the Rental Office, 607 Bradford Competitive Prices with
Court,Starke twice a week service.
CACO27623 Equal Call Robert Harvey at From
Serving Bradford County end CaI ,964-6216 Er KOA/
eunrouncUnf eountiee for over ISyeemw I 9648O25VI I Housing 2 9-7880 or 259-3808
' J Mon. FrL 9-5:30 p.m. Opportunity Glenn St. Mary,.FL Wal-Mart -UW ecenan <;*f 6ulM*
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REAL ESTATE UCENSE COURSE only CREDIT?$1500 or more credit No
4 wnek*,cafl 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real turndowns. Establish credit, rebuild
Estate College. 15 S bad. FSU Gold Card. MCNISA. No

... .. $$CHRISTMAS CASH$$: Make $1500- deposit required. Free$80 gift certiri- Pleasant Care Center I
,., I-OR, ENm' : : ,f'""- FOltlu. I ,.'t frr;; ( .. _,: SUPER$2000 by Thanksgiving. Join the catell-301-657-5103.anytime. FCAN Valley
EFFICIENCY PARTY PLAN CO. Be a 89-459 t17 17 s
South of Stai APARTMENT keen 1/4 miles APARTMENT,2 BR.unfumlshed.upstairs, HOUSE OF LLOYD DEMONSTRATOR BABYSITTING IN MY HOME. INFANTTO 90S W. Madison St.
no pets, 964-5687 301 Private cloan, downtown, $200 per month, $100 No Investment FREE$300 kit SCHOOL AGE. 6am6pm.Mon 9644546A
s 13FRESHLY security deposit 9644990. #13 Last two weeks to hire. Hurry! Call FrI, Debbie,964-6341. 17

PAINTED MI\l1 I APART 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for rent, collect for Info.Bobble,904-752-OS79 s beautiful A.C.L.F. home for the elderly -
call 964-8218. #13 13 I
MENT 13 s in Lawtoy, $11 0,'%2 3949 ON KINGSLEY LAKE: 2 BR 2 bath doublewlda S A S FOOD STORES employment ASSISTANT;wishes to do all of your State License. 24 Hour Staff- New additionnow
mobile home. ch/a, dish- opportunities available for cashiersand general office work hi own home.Have
Y I hA TES. kitch Private Semi-Private roomAlso
enettos room availnh'u' mobile homo washer,private pier.752-4339or533- manager trainee Benefits Include PC.W/P. Lotus 123. and others. 15 open.
2602 #13 JOB ADVANCEMENTpald years experiencepick up and
available. Visitors Welcome !
parking space lot runt also call 782- apartment
3332 13 s 2 BR HOUSE NEAR KINGSLEY LAKE, vacation.slck leave, profit sharing, deliver.Let's talk) Sharon only 473--

MOBILE HOME LO1' clean, appliances, $300 month,$200 health insurance and credit union. WANT DRINK ".... .
deposit, call 533-2755. #13 Apply Lake Butter Hwy 100 TO THATS : >\tC.-;
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY bath, $175, no pets,964-2798 products at home. Call for- Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619) iowNTlii<>M. 1rill;
WATER, SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR, ONE ACRE LOT FOR TRAILER. has Information. 504- 1-8003ext 9579 964-4150,964-8614 17WILL
1 BATH, 964 7498 TFN /31ALF miles tank and well. $50 month 5 15 S I 4 swvtorv'
ACRE MOBILE IIOMb :OTS for 8310 13 s Transportation, a company with a my home. HRS registered. 964-
rent Close to prison Call 468 1323 SEVERAL LOCATIONS: 4 BR House; 3 future has openings for professional 3521. 17 s
TFN 13 s BR house; 2 BR Trailer. Can 964- drivers. RTC offers a $200 sign up CHAIN UNKFENCE: installed. Free esti
STATE EMPLOY!: t=>.noud home close 3728 13 for rent Starke bonus top mileage pay,retirement,a mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO..
to your work? We h.ivo clean mobile spouse ride policy, and other excel- owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
homes available: call MB 1323 TFN ,__:::HEa :WAN.TED" :' lent benefits. You must be at least 23 TFN 17 sWELL '
13 sAPARTMENT have one year OTR tractor/ trailer DRILLING PUMPS a SERVICE: .
1 Brl b.im\ hoat and air, ANYONE CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa experience, and pass DOT physical. Durrance Pump & Supply Co Water 1 Bedrooms from S155/mo.
carpeted, kitchen lumnrwd. water, MC, US charge. Even with bad credit Call today) I-800-C22-4782( systems specialists. 864 N. TempleAve
sewer, garbage fumis.liocj $225 per No one refused. Call 213-925-9906 15NATIONAL S US 301, Starke, 32091 TFN 2 Bedrooms from $165/mo.
month, $125 deposit call 468.1630 ext. U4424. 15 s FAST FOOD RESTAURANT 17 IROOFING
TFN 13 b ATTENTION HIRING! Government is locally seeking qualified fast food AND REPAIRS.Pressure: 3 Bedrooms . .$205/mo.
FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR all utilities !obvs-your area. $17,840-$69,485.Call managers.Excellent opportunities for washing. Call 964-6341. Terry Parks.
paid. From $:<7 50 up weekly. 1-602-838-8885. ext R3493. growth 5 day work week, salary TFN 17 s
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St 15 s"ATTENTION negotible.Interviews and resumes will DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
Starke in front of Post Qitico : EARN MONEY READING be kept confidential. Send resume: self-esteem sink this year. Call {MobileFirewood -
13 aOOMPLETELY BOOKS!$32.000/year income poten Manager, PO Drawer A, Starke, Fl. 964-8594. TFN 17 s
FURNISHED APART- tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885, ext. Bk 32091 15 s STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE
OR PETS 810 N TEMPLE EARN $5 TO $10 PER HOUR, part timeor care of one child IN NEW YORK,will and models cleaned, oiled and ad-
AVE. OR 964.9424 13 full time. For information call Ra- pay for air fare, can 964-6108 Justed $15. New and used sewing
2 BH, 1 BATH fenced hark yard $260 mona 782-3068AVON TFN H 1CLERKITYPI3'Must machines Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan
month. Duplex. 964-7404 13 15 s type 60 wpm, part Road) 964-8733 TFN 11PIANO

.., ,. .,. .. ... _. _... .. _. time 20-30 hrs. per week. Expect I
.. ..... -- --,----, ---------- LESSONS GIVEN IN MY HOME.
.o..e.e..ov.v.: ; .. ..';V.. v. position to be fun tuna salaried later.
;; Fast paced, expanding office. Posi- beginners and up, flexible hours in 4 Sale
tion open. Must be experienced, or- Lawtey area I have experience and
:: JK ganized and medical terminology references. Call Krisfl at 782-3948 Keystone United Methodist Church
helpful. Call Ruth or Beverly at 1-800- VOICE LESSONS given In my home In
: TREE AND STUMP 342-8601 for appointment In Lawtey area. I have experience and
StarkeUPJOHN HEALTHCARE references. Call Krisd at 782-3948 473-2386
4 SERVICE 15 s 17 IDRYWALLAND Seasoned Oak
; REMOVAL WATKINS:Famous spices, flavorings, PLASTER,cut brick and or 473-3829
linaments,and home remsdies.Need stone. Glenn and Buddy Sapp, 782- firewood, any
: /, Lci'itsed & Insured dealers,high profits.Call collect,,904- 3772 or 782-3610 17BABY
.1 782-3068, Rt I Box 792 Lawtey. Fl. s length. Pick-up
32058., .15 15 s SITTING IN MY HOME, days, ref load delivered and .
CONSTRUCTION WORKERS:b$I8 My, erences, 964-7321 17s \
=: 064-9300 painters welders\ heavy equipment stacked.

t. operator, start Smedial y..1-355- ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button- :

"t ....... ......:.wv.v.".:. vvt'=. '!V.. 5500. $15 s holes, patchesetc. Drop off and pick M
DRIVERS to$715 wkly.local 8 tonghual. up. 7 days a week.7arrt-8pm,964-
Permanent, some will train.1355 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from 5O
5500.. *15 15 s Southside Elem. Hwy 100 17 OR..
Q SECRETARY: Madison Street Baptist RITE WAY ROOFING: roofing and re- __r I-
Church, 30 hours, Typing. Person- pairs, leaks fixed, lawn service and
HOUSE PLANTS able.964-7557. .15 15SALES tree pruning, carpentry. W.T.Tumer,
I owner Starke 9643392. #17

REDUCED BELOW WHOLESALE.. pay, good advancement. We provide down, remove, free estimates. call
training and private office. Call to- day or night, 782-1238. .17 Su-El's Retirement CommunityRetirement
SALE STARTS OCTOBER 5th. day.,964-6407.. .15 15 CHILD CARE IN MY HOME. Before,
First Come First Served. I during and after school and weekends Retirement Community Home
RECEPTIONIST: To work In the Starke call 964-5315. #1717 In this smallcommunity
Industrial Complex of Raiford and Palatka offices. Requires High HOUSE PAINTING, interior and exterior A small retirement 1 we also
School Diploma,plus two years expelence.Abilitybtype60CWPM.Good- community at SuEl's.We have SuEl'sRetirement \
County Road 229 Raiford, Florida Vietnam Vet with 15 years experience have rentals or "
431-1898 For estimates calf after 5pm, 964- lorne. A
on Saturday
Open rooms for self-care
.. : tionaI*! || ability 10 worll. t licensed .
I a; well with general 5908 17 s -- --+- Independent seniors. groupneed -
must for
the public a Paint- se
MAN Reasonable Rates.
It Is a quiet setting
and skills In data assistance withsupervision.
Background prooessingbenedcial.Posidonresponsible ing, Plumbing, Electric & Home Re with a home-like We givepersonalized

of Building Buying or for reception, admission, and service pairs. 25 Yrs. Experience. Woody, atrnosphere.At Su-El's' care 24
reporting of diants.Salary 964-9018 or Tommy, 9648170. we offer housing, hr, supervision f hot

Refinancing A Home? Call delivery range: $9,000-$13,000, plus '.RV'S '& :CAMPERS utilities laundry,services maid and with .meals, laundry service
e'ong term
benefits,Deadline for applications, cull
a 24 hr. emergency stay< ,d
'i nursing
October 2. 1989. Send resume 1977ITASCA MINI MOTOR HOME 24 ft, system. Meals
as*' "s .Id.CI'R
Gainesville Mortgage Co., Inc. toPersonneIOflioeBradfordPutnamUnion: In good mechanical condition, low optional. trained ..taIT.f46S26191 :
Guidance Clinics, Inc,PO Box mileage, new refrigerator and air
Purchase Refinance or Construction; 399Starke, Fl. 32091 EOE *15 conditioner,$7000 firm call 431-1094.
Conventional, FIIA. or VA; Fixed Rate or Adjustable CLERK: To work In the
Starke office. HS diploma plus four Classified Ads
Ph. 964-3739 50 1 Mile South on SR 325 Hampton. FL Sue Lott Walker
HAROLD K. DAVIS years experience. Ability to type Get Results!
P. O. Box 568 Starke. FL CWPM. Good organizational skills
Licensed Mor!lt.)hr' I.J Located Longchamp Bldg.. required i with working knowledge of
Broker ............... .... US sot South I IBM System 36 needed.Position Is -
responsible payroll,cash receipts,
accounts payable, typing,filing, auditpreparation
,other duties.Salary range:
line for applications October 2.1989.
Send Resume to.Personnel: Office,
.Bradford-Putnam-Union Guidance
Clinics. InaPO Box 399Starke. R. -
32091.. EOE .15 15 "
; ; ;
Openings available In several' areas,. % H fg
will train.For Info.call :312-742-8620
ON, 'ext 362. *15 15 -5 SCfefj fmm
Garages THE books $32,000 year Income poten-

Greenhouses -i 1 rtlal. Details. 1-602-8336885, ext
Portable Buildings SPOT' BK3493. '1515 5ATTENTION
of :- EARN MONEY reading
FI ANCI Porte ., books $32,000 year income potential. -.
Det lls, 1-602-638-6885, ext BK
Building In '12688. #15 15 sATTENTIONHIRINGI

Stock Government jobs,.
25 OFF (Custom Buildin .your area. I7,84O-$69.48S. Call I-
602-838-8885.. ,extR3493. #15
with 15.5
Tl is Ad 'choir Director for small church, salary R ,
'negotiable,cal 4754721,.Sam to 3pm .. d ,
,;, TIME POSmON lor experience
Handi House Portable Buildings Seamstress to manage and assume
fur responsibility for alteration shop
Hwy 301 S. Starke, FL 32091 and pickup and drop off dry deaning Area families now have the opportunity lo plan and Insure their funeral fInal xpeplanner.. through jones Funeral
unit Must be mature with positive Home with the help of Eaten Leonard, experienced professional
(across from Campgrounds) :i personality.Apply In person at New '
Method deaners.311 N.Temple Ave., the affiliation of E.lenJLeonard, who has> served as a
9644 ; f Steve Fetch, owner; II pleased to announce counselor
kS arkeFL. 15 s licensed funeral director and pre-need counselor for the palt 30 yealll. Steve, a quaUfied
-- In our community, says
,.". .....---". -,. .w....-, .. and II looking forward to working with people
Senior Registered Nurse .' funerals has been rapIdly increasin Because of this,a newexpense
of prept.lnned
the 1980'1 he funding
Minimum qualifications, Florida Licensure as a professional .. ,, /AFFORBABLEI&JTJHJS. area of a. home hat emerged. famislymemberpdie.. make final Futch.

registered nurse and one year experience. .1 : .APARTMENTS ..; decl lonV today without the pressures that exist when a note.

Salary based on credentials and experience.. Salary negotiable, 'f)22E.BrownleeSt. from'
up to $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over $8,000), ';(: .CampBlandingBd., out-of-county To date most sales area people resident who have have little had to or purchase no professional burial or experience funeral says Steve Now the

Correctional Medical Technician CERT'. iStnrkcFL t" S2C91., families In our area will have a local representative.
Florida Licensure as a practical. .. free
Minimum qualifications, Funeral Homes will' provide
i' : resident with this timely service,Jones
964r7133 the
;? t To better acquaint area
the funeral home office., Phonet
Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary ujJ !, [, \' counseling information. Iho.e who are interested may, contact
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to $18,000 aiiually. (Benefit package worth over $5,000). .: 1f ,t,... $3IlS7yrfamtfy; titicKltod; ;ai9th" 9644200; in Starke or 473-3176 in Keystone Heights! .
New Clinic under'construction. Successful candidate will btf ,J, .,*laundry'&large playground. :

eligible for all Florida career service benefits, including:; State, ,.' N' io 4; '.fcc electricity flrrtmoi'iUi.i' %
Contributions to health insurance and retirement. 13 paid vacation' :). ncntSOHofjourmonthlIncome '' "/ OR CLIP AND MAIL THIS REPLY TOt P. O. DRAWER H, STARKE, PL' 52091
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A LU T From Rick Marino...

i' "Elvis Extravaganza" Comes: to Starke for Two Shows

A Letter from Kick Marino quors and T-oimpp owner, and Brenda Looking forward to seeing you all has been in show business for 15 'nrnnri'S Most recently: he watt in will be available and lots of Elvis
Recently Rick Marino and The at the 301 /h.I'1I possible t simw it again because of the limited number years and has worked with many na- wubmngion, U,C. at the InauguralBall music. We will run a special on Blue
Elvis Extravaganza Show appearedin went so well I guess between the available tickets, it wnstirriinRrrithat tionally recognized name acts and with Eric Olson in Seoul Suede Shooters during the show. So,
the area. The show was so well nice warm reception the persistence two I shows one per night, would throughout his career in the music Korea at the lana Olympics which as Elvis used to say, "Let's Take
received that I was approached by a and sincere effort macfe to be presented so that everyone would business. He has appeared in was seen on worldwide television. Care of Business,Give Everyone the
nice lady and Starke resident named bring my show back to the area the get the chance to see it' Europe, national TV: ABC's GoodMorning We are looking for ward to havinga Best You Got" which is what 1 planto
Brenda Goodwin. She asked if I date was set! So, on Friday, <>let i it: We plan to have un Elvis: elcbr America and NBC's Today good time in the memory of Elvis, do Oct 13 & 14 at 301 Liquors and
would be interested in doing a showin lion at:W1 which should he tun' Kick Show, as well as many other ap- anti meeting everyone Souveniers Lounge, US 301 North, Starke.
the Starke area again and Saturday, Oct 1 II, one ol the 'E'
Having the busy schedule I have I premiere showmen in the country
was not sure what to say,but Brendawas keeping the memory of the King
very persistent and through my alive along with the No, I Elvis EARN YOUR HIGH
fan club president, a meeting was Look-A-Like Eric Olsen in the
scheduled with Eloise Hill. tni II country will be returning to the area SCHOOL DIPLOMA BY



TEST.For ( iiJiiiiiiV, + .
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further information, call i' .Saik Aluminum

964-6800 or 964-6150. The Construction Company

deadline for registering is October "Qwfeffy' Serving Gainesville Since 1375"


Testing dates and times are as
.... 'f" follows: i WOOD A CONCRETE DECKS I

if-- 10/23 & 10/24 10/25 & 10/26 OM' Jp% FREE FOR

1:00: P.M. 6:30: P.M. MK am ESTIMATES CALL
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3:00: P.M Il OR SAJX

6:30: P.M. g:15: DM ic 1375-11061

.s ... 8:15 P.M. l r 2800 N.W. 74th PI.
SUv Mayer Manager
Eric Olsen as Elvis I : Stats C.rtl. CRC010J66 .


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William Shepherd of -
Hamp- ,.. ..
ton was recaptured during the early .,: .. 11s.r.
morning hours Sept 20 in the Sampon -4-
M area west of US-301 at
('K-225-227, according to Deputies \.
Rhoden and Danny Thrift. .
Iljrvey ....
Shepherd was attempting to move to .
'-._ .
(.amesville when he was captured at ". ,
I .. ;;
20 a.m., said Rhoden. He had been .
,il large since his escape June 1
M I In: he apparently scaled a wire
ft i ie at the back of the jail yard
whore he )Md been working on the N : M
new adds i o the jail. Witness s 1..
reports indi alt" he rode in the backof
a truck to the Georgia-Florida line ..
where he was dropped off by the .yw
trucker he had not been seen since. *

Information was received a few 7+ati r 4w
days before Shepherd's arrest that
he had returned to Bradford County,
said Rhoden, who staked out the
area surrounding Shepherd's home
which led to his arrest for escape.

Shepherd was first arrested :}.tf4; was rR t't1'tdFy i iJ ir it
March 25 after Sheriff Kenneth
Etheridge caught him in the pro-
gress of stealing a railroad crossing
sign. Shepherd's vehicle had several
signs in the trunk and it was
discovered he was stealing them to
sell for the aluminum.
I When Shepherd attempted to flee
in his car from the sheriff a struggle
I ensued with the sheriff getting his
I man, a black eye and a few broken 4S
Charges against Shepherd from
I' the March arrest include grand
theft, criminal mischief, two counts
I resisting arrest with violence and
I four counts of battery of a law en-
i t forcement officer and now escape.i .

I 5 $ tiF ;;
I Divorces Granted ,.*

\I In Bradford CountyThe

following marriages were
I dissolved during the month of
September in Bradford County.

Roy W. Yarberry & Carol G.
N. Wendell Rowan Sr. & Saman- ,
thia D. Rowan.
Phillip Andrew Jones & Sonja
Lorena Jones. \ .ki+
Dale E. Seymour & Wendy M. 1r 4! ot
I Timothy David Nugent, Sr. &
Diana Lynn Nugent. t
Charles S. Pearce III & Talana rV' "

I Sievert Wendell Pearce.Lee Chastain, Sr. & Ed- ,1\: .
wina Sue Chastain. i' "
'!:. "
Clinton R. Hutcheson & Danette .:'. k \ ",
I Hutcheson. .;,s\,..r.1"Y '
Goodman & Keena M. '
I Steven F'r ;
Goodman. : ......
Gilas P. Lewis & Mary T. Lewis. ,
David D. Kilby & Gertrude V. ,,
Kilby. .;
Donna Reddish & Clarence Mar- '
V V ... V .
Reddish. ,
Debra Sue Higgins & Duane S. : iV ., f. .'.'...
Higgins. V. ,(f 'i ,, ,
Herman N. Jones & Patricia P. ; '!f1;'. .;:',"
Jones. x, ..,
I James Edward Powell & Teresa mi : ,"'if';';. '
Tawney Powell. Jf .', .'"
Kenneth Michael Heskett& Betty kd .' VI ". ,, .
Sue Heskett. A' _$ :{; f ):
I Eldon Phillip Cornett & Charlotte It e <, ,,I ,: ,,I. ,I
A. Cornett. (
Franklin B. Mann & Valerie

Denise Rodney Mann.M. Griffis & Kim Elaine '0 ..r.. SURGEON GENERAL'S WARNING: Cigarette

,! Griffis.Joe Allen Sapp& Carolyn Dickens Smoke Contains Carbon Monoxide.I

Sapp.James Douglas Doss & Shirley A. .: .b .:


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