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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ico, and tropical air is drifting northward out of the Gulf of Mex- Th. Social Sc..... ... . .. 5-tA .
breed is meeting cooler air at higher altitudes, which is likely) to Public Natlco .. . .. 7-iA
r some heavy severe thunderstorms throughout northeast Sports. . . 7A
lorida. Two " "
inches or more of rain can be expected In the heavy
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how
ers. SECTION I: 14 .....
The chance of a heavy thundershower! today, Thursday, is about Crack lu" . . . . .IB
50%( with a somewhat less chance tomorrow and Saturday. High Pot Bull . . . . . 2B ,
temperatures, will continue in the low (His throughout the weekend. Crlma Now. . . . 4.4.12B
Afternoon tides .it St Augustine beach this weekend will be high AroaDaalh.. . . . . ..."
at about 12 lu FruUi.v I ::1\1) ) Saturday: slid 2:20: Sunday. Cltl.... HI...... . . . . .SBClaiilllad The Sweetest
Sunrise this morning was at 6'35:: and sunset today will be at 8:34: Adi. . . . .'11B Strawberries This Side of Heaven
making the day length iJh: :>t m. July 4 In KH. IB. . . I3B 109th Year STAIIKK. FI.OIUUA 25 Cents Copy
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hot potato will land in the county such a small landowner developing
commission's lap Monday, July 10, property back off the road to pave an
I when it must consider tough propos entrance road, even though the land
ed road paving rules contained in might be off a gravel or dirt street.
proposed subdivision regulations. Stevenson doesn't think the
Local realtors and building con- realtors and builders opposed to the
tractors say the proposed road paving proposed rules got a fair shake at the
.... ... requirements would make June 27 Zoning Board meeting. The
:. 114""'" building lots too expensive for the zoning board listened to all speakerswho
average Bradford County resident. opposed the rules, then acted on
Builders and realtors are calling each section' the proposed law
the proposed regulations, primarilya without inviting comment from the-
road paving ordinance, far too audience. This was not a proper
restrictive. Requiring paved roadsin public hearing, Stevenson says.
i a subdivision will raise the priceof "1 don't consider this a public
t 0ib
V Y' f a lot to $20,000, too expensive for hearing and I know it further In-
the average buyer in Bradford Coun- furiated most of the people present,"
ty, says builder Warren Stevenson, Stevenson has written the county
who has led opposition to the proposed conimissoners. Realtor Lavern
: ordinance. Outlaw told the Zoning Board June
M.w,4,, .... Stevenson 27 that realtors and builders have
z: plans to have a group of
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opponents of the proposed ordinance never gotten to have input on the
present for the 9:30: a.m. Monday proposed rules written by Lowell
commission meeting. lie hopes, Garrett, a senior planner with the
however, the commission will take North Central Florida Regional

.. the Zoning Board's recommendationto Planning Council.
way.. appoint a committee to further Opponents claim the law is basedon
t h ; study the proposed subdivision more urban counties such as
regulations and to modify them into Alachua. Such paving requirementsmay
something the local real estate In- be needed here in the future,
.t dustry can live with. but not now, realtor Ralph Bryan
., "'" County commissioners want rulesto told the Zoning Board.

prevent subdivisions going in Stevenson hopes the commissionwill
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appointing a
without paved roads then the
Flag Flying Boat Parade... rhoN 6'I'"d..w.kHoats residents later asking the county to realtor-builder committee to further
pave the roads. Current county law study the proposed regulations, 2)
I decorated with Hags and balloont paraded around KIngsley Lake Rhoden, Tyler Rhoden. Brand! Rhoden, Todd MrCullough and Carolyn contains no requirements for roadsin allowing private unpaved roads in
to begin the Fourth of July 1IIlep"'lIlh'lwe Day celebration. This boat was McCullough. new developments to be paved. subdivisions, maintained by a
driven by Jane IlliouVn of ;.M.icrlcimy, children In the boat are Krystal However, the county commission's homeowner's agreement or a road
policy is to refuse to accept for maintenance agreement, and 3))
Celebrates maintenance any roads that do not listening, to the builders and realtors
I Kingslcy July Fourth on the WaterKingsley meet county paving specifications. whose livelihood depends on selling
The zoning board helped building building lots and building houses."I .

Lake residents began the Fourth of July with the first ".n- Association, which hopes to make the parade an annual event. contactor Warren Stevenson says, have confidence that our Coun-
dependence Day Boat F'trade around Kingsley Lake. Boats decorated Secretary of KLPOA Ann Hill participated in the parade. when it increased the number of lots ty Commission won't impose a
with flags gathered about 10:30 a.m. at the southwest area of the lake to ,"1 was real pleased as to how it turned out," Mrs. Hill said. needed to classify an area as a sub- regulation that will place a home
begin the parade. Some Kingsley Lake residents decorated ducks with balloons and Hags division from three to nine lots. ownership out of reach of 85 to 90"
As boats began moving around the lake many other boats joined the to celebrate Independence Day.Mrs. Hill said some residents who did not Under the Zoning Board's recommendation percent of Bradford -residents,
parade bringing the total to about 50 boats. Boat passengers waved as decorate their docks this year promised they would do it next ?:ear. ,the proposed rules do not Stevenson says.
they passed people watching from docks. People at Strickland's Landingand The KLPOA applied July 1 to have Kingsley Lake named as Outstanding address the small landowner
Camp Blandmg also watched as the decorated boats passed by. Waters of Florida" by the Florida Environmental Regulation Com- dividing property on a county road. (See Rules..P.2A)
The event was sponsored by the Kingsley Lake Property Owners mission. However, the proposed rules call for



I r Worllt[ 1 Gym Project Vetoed Again was born on I July AM 4, 1776 YOURSI and the Declaration of In-

dependence is my birth certificate. The blood lines of the

l Noting J For the second straight year, Gov. Bob Martinez has rots out, rather than the regular state: world run in my veins because I offered freedom to the op-
vetoed a$400,000 appropriation to renovate the 35-year- budgettunds. pressed. I am many things and many people. I am the na
old Bradford High School gymnasium."I A statement attached to the Govorner's veto tion.I .
don't know why," said School Board Member Len message states: "School districts receive funds for
Schlofman as he waited with his family for the maintenance, repairs, and new construction by alloca- am 250 million living souls, and the ghost of millions
Reward Fund... fireworks display to begin at Bradford stadium Tues- tion pursuant to Sec 235.435, Paragraph 1 and who have died for me.I .
The day night, July 4. Schlofman who has spearheaded the Paragrah 3 of Florida Statutes. Within these alloca-
the family of Meghan Renaud, drive for the special appropriation,said he had the support tions each district may set its priorities for funding. am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexingtonand
dead 12-year-old in girl who was found of both the Republican and Democratic sides and This allocation for a specific project can be addressedin fired the shot heard around the world. I am
wooded
a Deer area near her everybody worked hard for it. the normal allocation for public school Washington
family's Foot Trail Home '

March 23, 1989 is asking for donations The Governor's office said the veto came because the construction.Under the formula of Public Education Capital Jefferson and ; ... :?---.f:""s
for PatrickHenry. rpiti
the establishment of { :'fHt.
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a school board did not levy the 1.5 mills of discretionary ,.t .
Outlay (PECO) Trust Funds, Bradford County will .
established reward fund.will The be reward when taxes allowed under state law. Schlofman points out receive $299,192 in 89-90 for new construction, and I am ,y' ". ; \s ,r7:: .. l;.;:.:.c.::.y/
information, leading offered to the arrest fur any the board levied the l.S mills last year and Gov. Mar- $145,189 for repair, renovation. and maintenance. By John Paul ,?.. '7 _, :'1:1.: ; ; .
tinez still vetoed the gym project.The Duval received million and Dade Jones Z.. & *3
and conviction of her killer. Please contrast, County $3.7 the. r./: ---:$ '". :
send funds were allocated from the Education County 7.1 million for repair, renovation and Green ... -
any contributions to the fund Enhancement Trust Fund, which are lottery funds MounE. & C-- Srfoj&sg; : f'
to Florida National Bank of Starke. maintenance. tain Boys and '-.J r% .iti'tfFU't: .
All contributions should be made "What the governor doesn't seem to realize is that ,I!' ''' 'T' ., ?
payable to the Meghan Renaud little counties don't have big pots of money to do things D.. .' '_"' ': ;.. \ ..
Reward Fund. Line by lineNot with," says Jim Alfred, legislative assistant for Rep. Crockett. I am .. ..,."' :;1l t"a" .,.f'i' a .,
George Crady, D-Yulee. Small counties don't have the Lee and Grant ;. ,,/ I' a :, 1 \ l1 .
Included in tha state's new $23.1' billion budget tax base to do such projects, they need all the help they and Abe Lin- tr VS""t-f.I'v.;f!..jl) ;;: .. .l.., ,
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below can get, Alfred says. \0 s
19 Items North Central Florida
are affecting ,
Head Start... The Bradford County School Board is talking about coln. 'irll"; ('f;':''" \ .
that Gov. Bob Martinez vetoed. (
Head Start is now accepting ap- levying the discretionary 1.5 mills for the upcoming I remember ,/ 'r S 8lf! '''' 1 jil'

plications at 1080 North Pine Street, line Item Appropriation, vetoed 88-89 fiscal year to re-roof. Brooker Elementary and the Alamo, the ':'.r..J.:1': i.\:

Starke, for children ages 3, 4 and 5. Hampton Elementary.Schlofman J.D. Griffis the local Maine and ;:,+;,.\.1-
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ALACHUA COUNTY says area
Free child care, dental care, .. .
medical services, family servicesand Genesis'! 'Incubator,!) Project i T 0' -": -. Y, ""$450.000: ; Republican patronage person. has offered to help next Pearl Harbor.
the project.Superintendent
on When freedom
year gym
services of-
transportation are
Suwannee Water 500.000"
County Jim Duncan says it would be most
fered. called I answered and until it there.I
District stayed was over, over .
Management) : Expansion difficult to fund the gym renovation out of regular .
Food Pantry... Regional Perinatal Intensive 10.199,566, repair and maintenance funds; the district simply does left my heroic dead in Flanders Field on the rock of Cor-
Care Center(Impacts. Shands. not receive enough funds for such a project, considering regidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea and in the steaming
The Bradford Ecumenical Food Hospital) its other needs. jungles of Vietnam.
Pantry is in need of canned r'I'm very, very disappointed," Supt. Duncan said
vegetables especially green beans Laboratory School and Maintenance Construction! ., .) 100,000'Renovation : told The Gainesville Sun last Thursday, June 29, shortly I am the Brooklyn Bridge the wheatlands of Kansas and
peas and corn. These items are no P.I<. School :' after learning Gov. Martinez had vetoed the gym a the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coal fields of the
longer available to them throughthe (Impacts Yonge ) ; second time. "At the present time there is no other Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the West,
food bank of Jacksonville.You Laborata, School, risportati 200,000.Impacts .
n .
.. way we can pay for the renovations. We have so many
the
Golden Gate and the
Grand
I In-
drop can goods at ( K. VCnge.SchocI) Canyon. am
may your ll ; ? .' '. pressing needs in terms of maintenance and
the following churches this Sunday: Laboratory School EquIpment' :., 1.600,000 classrooms." dependence Hall, the Monitor and the rrimac.

First Christian Church First Fund (Impacts P, K. Yonge School) ... The old gym needs a new floor and bleachers, workIn I am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific my
Presbyterian Church, First United .600,000.. the dressing areas, and plans call for classrooms for
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Consolidated Communications' reach to embrace Alaska and Hawaii. million
arms .. 3
Methodist Church, Madison Street physical education to be added down one side of the
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System ; ; I' ., .. miles throbbing with I than 2 million
Baptist Church, St. Edwards t'** ,i _.. gym. industry. am more
Catholic Church, St. Mark's BRADFORD COUNTY Schlofman said renovating the gym would have farms. I am forest field mountain and desert. I am quiet
Episcopal Church, First Baptist Bradford;; County/Bradford;;t" ,:. ''-'r', / 400.000. enabled Bradford High to enter into a gym-sharing villagesand cities that never sleep.
Church, and Kingsley Lake Baptist .. with Santa Fe College. BHS
Church. County High School* **;.."."-'..'.:I.i "i .4* :.+\r'\*.'... '., ,;r....',.-*.,-..,..-.., would agreement share the gym with SFCC Community and the college would You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down

They appreciate your support in CLAY COUNTYSignaj ....... donate sports equipment to BHS. the streets of Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his
helping to reach the needs of the Training;, 's'iteil;:'":'V-1:, t"vr"Camp :hO'f6,!64 The governor doesn't understand what the project arm. You can see Betsy Ross with her needle.You can see
community. : .. ': : means to a small school district such as Bradford. The
-
Standing i county overwhelmingly voted for Gov. Martinez, the light" of Christmas, and hear the strains of "Auld Lang

COLUMBIA.COUNTY ?.... ? ,?...,,. Schlofman points out. "This man comes here gets Sync as the calendar turns.
Upcoming... Parking (for military( and '- .''v.. 28,750private votes out of us, puts a hazardous waste project in our I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 83,000 schools

Public meetings scheduled in the vehicles .In.. .Lake. '.City... ', ... .; ." : that back would yard.benefit I don t understand children. Education how he could, for me veto, is things not a and colleges and 346.000 churches where my people wor-
coming weeks are: DIXIE COUNTY turkey," Schlofman said. ship God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a box
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The Bradford County Commis- Horsestoe Beach.. -, Boat", ,, Basin, : '" 'I'"' "- i-, "-" '' Union County is slated to receive $700,000 for a new the roar of a crowd in a stadium and the voice of a choir in

sion Budget Workshop will be July ., ;..::.. J. 50/300 roof on Union High School, built in 1965. Columbia a cathedral. I am an editoriaHn a newspaper and a letterto

6 at 7 p.m. at the Bradford County GILCHRIST.. COUNTYCounty .... ".. .. County is to receive$1.4 million for roof repairs on Col- a Congressman.I .

Courthouse.The- Bradford. County Commission Public HGth/ Unit:I".J: ,]".".' "'',_'.:"'} .:.,'. t SOt700'County '' discretionary umbia High School.additional Both mills.those districts levy the. l.S am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Tom Edison,
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will meet Monday, July 10, at Library. Acquisition'. .(.. ; ". 0" '. 75.000'. .'. : Joh Peck, spokesman for Martinez, told ThGaln Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley,
oo.
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9:30: a.m. in the Bradford County .vll// Sun last week of two possible reasons why Will Rogers and the Wright brothers. I am George
Courthouse.The LAFAYETTE. COUNTY ., .. Gov. Martinez vetoed the BHS gymbecause the carver
Washington Daniel Webster, and Jonas Salk. I am
Starke Commission will .County DeveloVment'Auttioritir' '.. :: ; ': 50,000' money was requested from the Educational Enhancement John and Martin Luther King.I .
meet at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, July 11, Livestock Pavilion, Renovation } ; t00b00f: Trust Fund when it could have come from normal Kennedy
in City Hall. : '' ,' r': public school funding, or because the district does not am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whitman
The Brooker City Council will County Pubiie Health Unit :f', '. i ,.':, 50.0CO. levy the 1.9 discretionary mills. and Thomas Paine.
meet July 18 at 7:30: p.m. at County tbraryCoristruaion": ".', 50.000" "The governor Is a firm believer in funding state
Brooker City Hall. communities that also help themselves;Peck told ThOoln Yes I am the nation and these are the things that I am. I
The Hampton City Council will County Courthouse ,.,..".;;r ct; ", ,: ,; 250.000? .vU//. Sun. "What ft all comes down to is that was conceived in freedom and, God willing, in freedom. I
meet July 11 at 7 p.m. at Hampton PUTNAM COUNTY 7. there were ways to fund that project that were not pursued will spend the rest of my days.
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City The Hall.Starke City Council will Low Income.Domonstratton i > ,Yo.000' Gov. Martinez vetoed 251 Item totaling $128 million May I possess always the integrity, the courage and the I I

meet July 18 at 7:30: p.m. at Starke Projects, alaka'! before signing Into law the state's 23.1 billion budget. strength to keep myself unshackled to remain a citadel of '
City Hall. Vetoes hit 19 project across north Florida. (See ad-
of to the
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Slow Growth Seen... July Fourth EventSome

Statistics project that Bradford III
County will grow slowly over the
next 10 years, less than one percent 3,000 persons attended the tribution are about $1,000 short of

per year, which can be factored intoa second annual Freedom Fest, an In- covering those expenses, says CofC
net gain of less than 100 familiesper dependence Day celebration at at Executive Director Anita Rink, who

year.Statistics. Bradford stadium Tuesday nl$ht. worked on the celebration with
also the Chairman Futch, and sold 140 "I
put per capita Some 2,500 persons were in
average income at $8,400 per year, '. :,;'; ''''-' > '. stadium capacity of 3,000.)( Several Love Starke" buttons at 50-cents
and the average household income .. hundred more spectators were In each. The buttons sold out i in about! a

at about $17,500 per year. cars In the block surrounding the minute with more people wanting

As proposed, the rules would in- BHS football field. It was an in- them, said Futch.
crease the price of a building lot to crease of about 800 or 900 people, Maxie Norton helped with the
20000. A very basic home, well and says Steve Futch, project chairman.Toes sound. He and Darlene Godwin
septic tank would cost $70,000, out of : were tapping hands clapping distributed posters. Nelson Green
reach of most residents, Stevenson i and bodies were moving in time got the trailer used for a stage by the
says. to music by Peggy Johnson and the band, which was donated by Prit-
Sound Express band from Jackson- chett Trucking of Lake Butler.
Paved Vs. Unpaved. .. ville. The Zambelli Bros. of Penn-

"It is recognized that the county It's the second straight year that a sylvania with an office in Orlando andseveral
cannot afford to accept ownership of I good crowd responded to a July 4 supplied the fireworks to Starke
other celebrations in N.
any more new, graded roads," celebration sponsored by the
Starke/Bradford Chamber of Com- Florida.
Stevenson
says. The new rules
as
of time and/or
ser-
proposed, do require the county to merce. It shows enough local folks Contributors
accept limerock roads in subdivision like a local observance to attend, vices included: Bradford County

lots with over five acres, Stevenson rather than going out of town, says Fair Association, Jones Funeral
points out. Chamber President Len Schlofmanwho Home Jackson's Building Supply,
A reasonable solution would be to r'Picture attended with the his Griffin Industries, Dr. Len Schlof-

allow unpaved private roads in It was a good family outing were man, Starke commissioners. Bradford -

smaller subdivisions, 40 lots or less 1 folks didn't have to get on the road, County: commissioners, Den-
in tracts of less than 50 acres. Such says Chamber committee chairman mark Furniture Warren Stevenson
unpaved roads would go through the Perfect. Steve Futch, who headed up the Construction Co., Pritchett Truck-

platting process and be required to Bobbie Sue O' rla:1 with her limited edition print "Era of Grandeur Ormaiul hotel II04.! ( celebration. ing, Bradford school board, All-
meet minimum standards. Master of ceremonies was Terry Sports Club, Guy Andrews Florida

Developers could also be required Vaughn of WEAG Radio. The In- National Bank at Starke, Burger

to set up a homeowner's associationor Local Artist O' Rri Honored vocation was given by Rev. Dwight King, Starke Woman's Club, Alice
a road maintenance agreement to a.n. McQueen minister of the First Hudson, Elbert Hersey Handyman
maintain the private roads Stevenson -- - United Methodist Church of Starke. Fence, Davis Express, Illtchell'sDrugs.

suggests. Such agreements Starke artist Bobbie Sue O'Brianwas long friend, Margaret (Colson). Mr Reproductions of extremely old Alice Hudson sang the National An- .
could run with the land honored at a reception hosted by Williams small them.
assuring saw a painting that black and white photographs are not
perpetual maintenance. the Halifax Historical Society and Mrs. O'Brian had done from a 1953 accurate enough to do historical Spectators sat on the concrete Next Year...

Allowance for private road sub- Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams in photograph of Mrs. Williams and paintings from, so Mrs. O'Brian has bleachers for more than two hours Chairman Futch says plans for the
divisions would help the small lan- Daytona Beach Thursday evening, herself in their Halloween gypsy found that she has to spend addi- watching a karate group, Pak Sung, 19110) celebration call for all local
downer June 22. led by Rick Rosenbeck do exercisesand entertainment, games for kids suchas
divide parcels behind an costumes and asked if she would be tional time researching details and
already existing road where a new The reception was held at the interested in doing a painting for his colors. The Halifax Historical Socie- break boards and concrete a water melon seed spitting con-
paved road would be required under Halifax Historical Society Museumto law firm. Mrs. ty Museum and its director, Mrs. blocks then watched the 12-minute test and sack races.
the proposed rules Stevenson says. J celebrate the recent release of that the Ormond Hotel would the Elizabeth Baker, have been helpfulin fireworks demonstration.The Call the Chamber, phone \U64-527B)
This would supply the much needed, Mrs. O'Brian's limited edition print, perfect subject to accent the recep- all aspects of the research. For Chamber spent $2,644 on the with ideas and suggestions for the
more reasonably priced homesite in "Era"of Grandeur Ormond Hotel, tion area. that reason, Mrs. O'Brian makes a fireworks, double last year's expen-- 1990 Freedom Fest, Ms Kink asks.
Bradford County, says Stevenson. 1904. After several months of researchand contribution to the Historical Society diture, and $500 for the band. Con-

The lithograph print is from an oil painting, the picture was fram- for each print that sells. Her printsare
Paving Specifications... painting which was commissionedas ed and hung. It was well received for sale at the museum and also

Stevenson believes the road paving part of a series of historical painting and many inquiries were made at four other galleries in the lookin" For A CONCURRENT, NOTICE:
specifications in the proposed or- for the law firm of Kinsey, Vincent about prints of the painting. As a Daytona Beach area. In Starke

dmance exceed those the county Pyle in Daytona Beach. The result of those requests, Mrs. prints are available at the Deerfoot Good Deal. ? NOTICE TO PUBLIC or NO SIGNIFICANT'
uses now. original painting was based on a 1904 O'Brian decided to have a limited Gallery in the Deerfoot Village Shopping EFFECT ON TUB ENVIRONMENT AND
The commission should in- photograph of the "Hotel Ormond" edition set printed. Center. Check the Classifieds ENVIRONMENTAL NOTICE TO PUBUC FOR REMOVAL Of

vestigate that before approving the which shows the west entrance of the Mrs. O'Brian has since completed Mrs. O'Brian is a lifelong residentof In the B-Section CONDITIONS
new rules, he says. hotel from a wooden pier that went two more paintings for Kinsey, Vincent Starke and is married to James Dale: July n. ItWURecipient
out into the Halifax River. Pyle and is commissioned to O'Brian. She is the daughter of Mr. City of Hampton.
Road Access... The original oil painting of the Or- continue doing historical paintings and Mrs. Robert Barksdole of Hum- Address: |1>nt Office. Drawer 2AOIlumpton. /

A very restrictive requirement mond Hotel came about at the request for their offices. She recently com- boldt, Tenn. She has taught art for 13 Telephone Florida 320H

states that no subdivision lots will be of LaRue Williams, an attorney pleted a large oil painting of the years in Bradford County schools including Number ((004)) 46H 1201

allowed to front a collector or and husband with Kinsey, Vincent, Pyle Daytona Speedway which will hang 10 years at Bradford High inn TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES' CROUPS
arterial road Stevenson says. Most of Mrs O'Brian's life- in their V.I.P. lounge/viewing area. School. AND PERSONS,

paved county roads and probablysome On or about July 25 1980. the above nnmed
unpaved roads would fall into Retail Market Tennis City will request the Florida Drpnrtimrnt of
this classification, he says. DiscontinuedThe Temporarilyticipate Community Affair.. designated' liy the 11 S
Department and
olll..WI'1I L'riiiin
At present the only arterial roads Development, to remove environmental
are SR-100 and US-301. Collector market for baying direct from During the hot summer months in the fall the market will be condition mid n:1..... Federal Cumin under
roads are CR-18, CR-225, CR-125 and farmers is discontinued for the prethere is limited produce available, reopened. The growers who pare.ticipated $10 per Hour OR learn Title I of the Housing and Community
SK-16. sent time, says Market Manager Allen says. would like to open us again With A Friend for$5 Each following Development project Act:of ll>74 (11. 03 3H.ll: for the

An example, Stevenson contends, Bob Allen. If enough growers want to par- says Allen. Call Mark at 473-4380 or
is that under the proposed rules it 964-6305
would "be virtually impossible" for I Project Title Community Development Itlock

any of the lakefront lots on CR-18 at Omul ,
PUBLIC NYlgliborhondKevlUluatlvn
HEARING
Hampton Lake to be developed. Check the. 0' '.. .... ". ... ". ,
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Program

Width/Depth Ratio... BRADFORD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Classifieds Students include KHHS" .I., Purpaaei'Estimated; I.. }" NcifilUiurlintj'rl') ;; '' '
The Team Members'You'll IteviUili/jiitun.
proposed subdivision ordinance WILL CONDUCT A PUBLIC
HEARING
TO CONSIDER TilE including' waler
restricts lot width to depth
fact lit, ,JIM and
ratio to no more than 1 to 3, a very ISSUANCE OF $9.700,000 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE hookup., lireIydraiU.nil
arbitrary and restrictive require- BONDS FOR DOLAV AMERICAN BOX PAL3401 ISLAND Mired

ment, Stevenon contends. ROAD COOPER CrTY. FLORIDA 33026. Improvement,
"There will be many situations in Never Walk Alone.
Locadwu In general srra of
dividing land parcels where it would line, Central Wee
be virtually impossible do meet this HEARING WILL BE: Are you walking with God? Or are you and Putin Streets
"
requirement, Stevenson says. walking alone? Are you following man? Or .and nd Division along' Prospect Avenue

Zoning restrictions already MONDAY JULY 24. 1989 are you following God's footsteps? If you'reout Street acrossr.ilnwd
specify minimum lot widths and set- trucks
back requirements. Stevenson asks, 10:00: A.M. for a Sunday stroll tomorrow, and want

why are further restrictions needed. BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSION ROOM someone to walk with, drop by God's house Coat 'J50.00OIt

STARKE. FLORIDAFor and ask to speak with Him. He'll walk with
Existing Streets... ha. been ,
And determined that such n-qucsl
you. you'll never walk alone again. for removal of environmental coiiilltluna. will
Under the proposed ordinance, if not constitute an action sifnlftraiiUy'
subdivided lots front an existing additional details contact: afLIling, Die quality of the human
public road, permitted only on local environment, accordingly" the above nit me Jrecipient
First Christian Church has decided nut to prepare an
streets, the developer would be re- environmental
CHARLES D. MCKEOWN. CID/FM/CCE Impact Statement under the
quired to upgrade the portion of the 507 W. Call St. NM liana I (environmental Policy Act of ItfflO
road in front of the lots. Executive Director (11'1. 91.101/1.)
Bradford Bible School 9:45: am Worship 10:45 am
In other words a subdivider wouldbe County Development Authority The Reason for curb decision not to
required to pave the road in front 202 S. Walnut Street 'The Friendliest Uttle Church In Town" prepare such Statement are .. follow

of his lots, even though the local road Starke FL 32091 An environmental aaftcmtnentwas
was not paved.
904/964-7375 performed which verified'
that the only .Impacts to the
Why the Rules...? envtronmenuil will be minimal
and beneficial.
Commissioners had the proposed
subdivision rules drawn up becauseof I An Environmental' Huvlew Itccnnl
trouble the county is having with respecting 'the above project' has linen made
by the above named recipient which
developers placing too many homeson SOME documents the environmental' review' of the
one lot and leaving behind unpaved project and more fully seta forth the
reasons why ouch Statement' 1a
roads with
promises the county
would accept them for maintenance.The CHEAPER- not required. The Environmental tlcvlew
Record la file .
on at City Hall and ta available for
opposition insists that the
public examination and copying upon request
county give the group a chance to 1 between the hour of 9a.m. and 4 00 p m
draw up some rules of its own. The No further environmental I review at such
project la pmposed to be conducted
prior In
proposed rules from the NCFRPC NONE the request for removal of environmental

were sent back for revisions, but the ..0ndlUOno.Allln".d.
Vk we r
revisions are hardly noticeable, say ,
the opposing realtors, builders and disagreeing, with agencies this decision inure' are and Invited persona to

developers. BETTER submit written comments far consideration by
the recipient' to the office of the undersigned' .
Such written comments ahould be
received' at
Approval Process... the .dd....specified on or before July 24
Even if the County Commission 10H9. All such comments so received will, be
POWER BLOWERBlow considered and the recipient: will not
approves the proposed rules July 10, IjdtWJva the removal of environmental conditions' request
or
they would have to be advertised for leaves, drive, walks the NI take any administrative' action on the above
15 days and a public hearing held. oty cordials woy -- project until the dais specified, In the
The new ordinance would then haveto 150 mph maximum air velocity $11295 preceding sentence.
.
340 cubic fail of air minute
be officially approved by the commission Vibration-dampened per handle foradded 420 The recipient will undertake the project
and advertised, and the comfort described above w'lI1l1loek Grant fund. from
th. U.S.
titles read at two commission Front ..haul! for Development Department(HUD) under of Housing Title and I or Urban the

meetings.The either hand operation Housing and Community Development Act of
earliest the ordinance couldbe 2-cycle. 28cc engine' 1974 through the first. of Florida Therecipient

passed would be in September. Optional vacuum attachment 129" ASSEMBLED environment la ) certifying: ricA officer that identified its

1-year limited warranty below In the official caplclty.. the Mayor
consents to accept the Jurisdiction of the
federal court If art action 1 Ie brought to
enforce responsibilities In relation to.nvimnnent.l
reviews, decision
making and
Four
ScholarshipsOffered action, and that these reapnnamtlltira,. have
Women ..' been suslfled. The legal effect of the
certification Is that
tie
upon .pp"v.I'h.
For SFCC recipient, may Lice the Illock Grant Sends and
Study TRIMMER $ ON OUR 13 PIECE HUD will have satiated its responmbltitle.
$999 I under the National Environmental Policy Act
Applications for the AltrusaSantaFe 2-cycl., 22cc engine, > PORTRAIT PACKAGE of 1909 OCA: will accept an objection) to Its
Community College Scholarshipsare Model 111 17" curling path I approval.i'r.:! If It la on ont of the following
being accepted from any woman S.nsorF..dcunnp( An 8x10 Portrait plus base ( ) the certification was not In fact

25 years or older who is a resident of head automatically advancesline I TWo 5x7%* and 10 walfets. rra/ officer executed of applicant by the certifying approved officer by DCA or,other or(Ih'|
Alachua or Bradford counties and a 01 needed. No operator I Advf sd special Include*tradiiton** 0, yyjTH that applicants environmental review record
citizen of the United States. Ap- action required. '109" ASSEMBLEDPoulcmPRO pOMionly Limit on special packog* COUPON for the project Indicate omission of m '
per subject. Black and whtt background required decision
finding or step applicable to
plicants must be accepted by SFCC !and special effects portraita not PLUS 956 SITTING FE the project In the environment reviewprocess.
1
and demonstrate need for financial I various mad Thins.-Mos. Objection must :be prepared in
assistance.The wilrt any other offer All age* / 1oom.. July 610I accordance with the required procedure* ((34
I Famines and $1 SO i CPR Part SS) and b
group* per additional may addressed to Florida
four $500 scholarships will be I subject. table.our eelection. 1371 B. Walnut St.. Stark* j I II Department of Community ArI.,...CDHO
awarded for full-time or part-time approximate, r"e"csn Section, 37-iO Centetvtew Dos Tallahassee
I I Florida. 33309.
programs of study and may cover al. y.a. 10 a.m. r 7 p.m.;

tuition, transportation books child 'Ti Sun. 12:3O-5 p.m. Objection to the removal, of environmental'
care or other related expenses. condition on base other than staled. above
.Applicant before July I I will not be considered by DCA. No' objection'
notified KEYSTONE IIGTS. II received after August 10, 1O09. will be
and will be
28 by August 17 STARKE considered by 1)(.A.

Awards are good for one year and Florid Peet Conical StwVe Power Equipment Rob' wnMowec I ima.lw.ewww, t
recipients re-apply after the Walden a VYadaworth, Chairman of City
may 63O Eut Call Street 43* S. Walnut Street Chulneaw Repair CouncilEnvironmental
one-year period. Slaike, FL 32O91 Starke.FL 32091 IIwy 21 NGlIb L -- +-r PRESENT THIS COUPON AT TIME OF SITTING -- -- .- J Certifying Officer
OO4.6745 064 OGtict .473OX13 Post Office Drawer 35OIsmpUHi.
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Gas War Breaks Out in Starke, I



New Competition Lowers Prices.

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A mini gas war has broken out in 5th), back to 99.9 108.9 and 115.9 premium is 115.9 cents per gallon.
the Starke area in the last couple cents per gallon respectively.In Exxon has regular unleaded priced -
\ weeks. Gasoline prices througoutthe the meantime, other stations at 107.9 cents, plus unleaded (89
city are in a state of continual reduced their prices, apparently in octane) 117.9 cents and premium at
fluctuation, and are changing an effort to remain competitive with 125.9.
i'f almost daily. Coastal. The Tenneco station had
The lowest price today, Wednesday reduced its premium grade down to Gulf prices, at the new Jr. Food
July 5, for regular leaded 103.9 cents, but now it is back to 115.9 Store at SR-100, start at 99.9 cents
gasoline is 97.9 cents per gallon, at cents per gallon. Regular and for regular, 109.9! for unleaded and
the Pep-O station and the Li'l Champ unleaded at Tenneco are priced at 123.9 for premium grade. Diagonally
food stores. Lowest regular unleaded 101.9 cents and 103.9 cents today. across US-301, the Shell station
f price is at Mobil and Lil Champ (July 5th). prices are 99.9 cents for regular,
both at 99.9, and the lowest price for At present, the Mobil brand is the 117.9 for unleaded and 115.9 for
premium grade in Starke is at lowest price in town with premium premium.
Mobil at 113.9 cents. priced at 113.9, unleaded and regular
The new Coastal station at the cor- both at 99.9 cents. Little Champ food
ner of SR-100 and US-301 just open stores have regular gas at 97.9 and Amoco at the Walnut Street-US
J ed, lowered its price for regular unleaded at 99.9, but do not sell 301 triangle, is priced at 105.9
leaded gas to 95.9 cents per gallon, premium grade. regular, 114.9 unleaded and 124.9
unleaded to 101.9, and premium to The Pep-O station on US 301 south premium.
105.9, but only for a few days. Their has regular at 97.9 also. However Prices quoted above were in effect
prices are now, (Wednesday, July their regular unleaded is 101.9 anti Wednesday, July 5.

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Francis Okay

After Heart Attack
41 I w/
Charles Francis, principal of From
r/ Bradford High School was moved
into a private room Wednesday,July .
Top Students at BMS for 6th Six-Weeks..,, 5, after suffering a heart attack last Sandtrapsto l
Thursday morning July 29.
The students earning stralglit-A's at Bradford Heather Safer Jonathan Smith. Dana Newsome. Francis, 56, who had by-pass
Middle School for the sixth six-weeks arc (I-r): Top Row: Ethan Caren. Brittany Hula, Billie surgery some 10 years ago got up
Jo !Mullis Metal Patel. Crystal (;reer, Crystal with his arms hurting last Thursday t.
Bottom row: Julie Ponder, !Molly O'Neal.'; Covel. took Sandcastles
morning. His wife, Charlene,
Jamie S'haller.l.lndsay Walkup, Trarl Thomas. Now'; present for photo: Elise Sislruiik, C'ussaii- Francis Alachua General Hospitaland .1; ,
Middle row: Stephen Mcl.eod..tilnmv 1'llI'ndo. lira Jarvis .
the heart attack came about 15 ( 1 t
minutes after Francis reached the


I 18 Earn Straight A's at BMSEighteen blood hospital.Immediately thinning. injection, Francis, called was given TPA a rV

'-' which minimized damage to his .
.
.
heart. Francis who has been a V<,,; ; .
of 823 students at Brad- Billie Jo Mullis, daughter of Mr. Kim Byrd, Jason Canova, 1\.erlloraf. teacher and administrator in Brad- Take Off to Family Fun't.'. '
ford Middle School, or 2.2 percent of and Mrs. Bill Mullis of Hampton. ton Tara Dixon, Amie Griffis Ron- ford schools for the past 31 years, .
the student body, earned Dana Newsome daughter of nie Gunter Amanda Harris, Jeff has been in pretty good spirits says at the Marriott at Sawgrass
straight-A's for the sixth six-weeks Michael Newsome of Starke. Johns Byron Lee, Kelly Lee, Erica wife Charlene. A catherization to Resort with special
grading period which ended June 2. Pfenniger, Shaketa Ray Donna determine the damage was set for wrake-OffVacatlon Rates"
Hetal Patel, daughter of Mr. and Robbins, Vera Smith Kishanna July 5-6. Ms. Francis said. from $80.00
Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke. Spooner, Melanie Trimble Chris
Another 71 BMS students, or 8.6 VanSyckel.
percent of the BMS student body, Jonathan Smith son of Mr. and Grant FilesAmendment The Marriott at Sawgrass Resort has fun In store for everyone to
earned all A's and B's for a place on Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Bill make your family vacation' a memorable. )vi tiffanlahh'. experience.
the A-B honor roll. On the A-B honor Seventh Grade... Jim Autry,
Whether It's sand
on a golf sand
Sixth Grade... course or on .1 hvuch, the Marriottat \
Baker Dawn Eric Bill Grant has filed
Angela Brown Congressman
roll are 20 eighth raders, 24 seventh
) Sawgrass Resort has of
plenty it! Tike
.1 at 9') holes) of championship
graders and 27 sixth graders.; Cassandra Jarvis, daughter of Ms. Cruger, Shelley Dampier, Keyon legislation calling for a constitu- golf, stroll on the beach hike swing
on the shore, or ride on a
Janie Jarvis of Raiford. Davis Angelia Denton, Raymond tional amendment to give Congressand horse
through
The 18 straight-A students, by Molly O'Neal, daughter of Ms. Durban, Anessa Goodman, Jason the states the power to outlaw surrounding scenic marshl.imlFor
grade, are: Maura O'Neal of Starke and Darrell Greene, Rahsunda Hendrieth, desecration of the American flag. the kids The Grasshopper! Gang sponsors organi/ed I including -
O'Neal of Starke. Heather Hersey, Bethany Lee Greg beach games pizza panics: treasure hunts and hikes., .. a duly
Eighth Grade... Julie Ponder, daughter of Ms. Marshall, Smita Patel,Amy Rankin, Grant said his proposal which is adventure in fun so exciting they want to como hu; k for more!
Ethan Caren, son of Ms. Pat Carenof Linda Ward of Starke and Jim Pon- Ronnie Reagan, Jennifer Shadd supported by President Bush, was At the Marriott at Saw-grass Kesort fun Is .il your fingtrtips. Kecrealion.il
David
StegalT, Stivers, Wen-
cier of Penny
Brooker. Macclenny. developed in response to the recent opportunities galore luxurious accommcxl.ilions. and
our special "Take
Stephen McLeod, son of Mr. and Jamie Schaller. daughter of Mr. dy Thornton Casey Trimble, Otf
U.S. Supreme Court decision which Vacation Rales" make this family outing a ':l/Iu/-.alforu/"value!
Mrs. Wayne McLeod of Hampton and Mrs. John Schaller of Starke. Kristina Vrastil, Stacy Young. legalized the burning of the '
Special T.ik n-.en.nkm.made
Lake. Elise Sistrunk, daughter of Ms. ) hy i.illina the' holel
American flag during political pro- dirculy Advance rrvivaii?iii, "lulcd h luv.il ,
Trish Sistrunk of Starke. ) : on jviil.ibiluy Olfcr valid horn V25-K9
Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and Sixth Grade... Tanya Anderson tests. """ "h 9.1.119. Not valid with my whirr ofk-r Thainighl' minimum way rrquin.-d..
Mrs. Romeo of Hampton Lake. Tract Thomas, daughter of Mr. Robbie Bassett, Josh Brewer,
Heather Safer, daughter of Ms. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas of Starke. Tonika Bright, Christie Clark, Linda "It is inconceivable to me that the Marriott People know how.
Gina Safer and Sheldon Safer of Lindsay Walkup daughter of Mr. Dixon, Lynn Dugan, C.K. Fuqua U.S. Supreme Court would choose to
Starke. and Mrs. Wilshire Walkup of Cory Goetzman Donald Grovds, stretch the Constitution far enoughto (OTT AT
Melrose. Donald Hardy Bynne Harris, Philip legitimize the burning of the
Seventh Grade... A-B Honor Roll... Hunt Julie Loper, Reginald Mc- American flag," Grant said.
Brittany Bula. daughter of Mr. Clellan, Beth Modesitt, Amy Mosley, "The First Amendment does not nMi
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. The 71 BMS students earning all April Mosley, Keri Packham, protect every form of speech. For
Crystal Covel,daughter of Mr. and A's or B's are, by grade: Stephanie Reagan, Erin Rodgers, example the Supreme Court has ruled RESORT
Mrs. Fred Rhoden of Starke. Shannon Safer Erin Slack Heather that the free speech constitutional
Crystal Greer, daughter of Mr. Eighth Grade: Angie Baldree, Smith, Michelle Wallace Dana War guarantee does not allow a person to 1000 TPC Boulevard Pome Vedra Beta I FL 320H2 (904) 2t! -7777
and Mrs. Bill Greer of Starke. Emily Bradford. Shena Burgess, ren, Corryn Wright.G. yell "fire" in a crowded theater." Toll-free HOO)) H72-72'tH
The Congress has passed a resolution
expressing a ''profound con
ServicemenKenneth cern" over the Supreme Court's
decision and condemning flag
He is an equipment records and Labay, son of Marian Labay of desecrations. J
Conners parts specialist with the 9th Field Keystone Heights, recently returnedto Grant said although he supportedand Take a Family
Artillery.Conners is the son of Daisy Norfolk from deployment to theMediterraner.n
Receives Medal voted for the resolution, only a
M. Yorn of Indianapolis.His Sea while serving
Constitutional amendment will over-
Spec. Kenneth A. Conners has wife Joyce is the daughter of aboard the amphibious assault ship turn the Supreme Court's decision. Vacation
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etriTORJALSBHS A Plea to the Leaders of Education

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In Our Florida Schools "
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A.Monelm Ramadan. M.l (3) a person who has recently had an active
It Is no secret that the disease of By with the disease of
Gym AppropriationGets alcoholism and drug addiction Is running Ramadan Hand Institutein alcoholism encounter and drug addiction. It would be
rampant throughout our society. The beneficial if this person could be a
drugs czar police departments, sheriffs fatal accidents that kill them and others. very who has had an experience witha
narcotics units across the country anoslogans This is, indeed, a tragic waste of classmate accident, DUI etc., as there is no
the Axe for the Second Time like "Just Say No", etc., are all, resources, both financial and human. better fatal method of education than having a
without doubt efforts in the right direc- Disciplinary actions law enforcement who can relate about a subject that
tion. However, I honestly believe they are not enough person
PREVENTION THROUGH
not enough to eradicate the problem. EDUCATIONIS touches everyone We all know thatit
Governor Martinez has done it because Bradford County did not levy History has proven that PREVENTION THE ANSWER Why Is during four times spring a year breaks that students

again... the 1.5 mills that is available to local THROUGH EDUCATION is the most effective gather at places to have a good time and to
school boards to meet such avenue to take care of treacherous spring. A few hours spent ex-
expenses. celebrate
Given Bradford County the shaft, that But that argument does not hold water situations. Understanding through educa- plaining the dangers of this disease beforeour
tion is a lethal preventive weapon. With all Prevention through
is.. would
since the board did levy the 1.5 mills in the effort directed toward the alcohol and youngsters are exposed probably

For the second year in a row he has 1987-88 fiscal year and the gym appropriation drug problem I fail to see an organized, education is the save a life of the or two.school To year do the and same shortly at-

vetoed Bradford High School's critically was vetoed then. consistent. and preventive educational pro- answer to the drug the after beginning the return from spring break

needed gymnasium project, while The badly needed gym renovation gram.Below is a letter I sent to Betty Castor and alcohol problemsof would be very valuable because students
with the losses
benignly approving "turkeys" like film would be put in touch that
Florida
could hardly be classified as a"turkey" Commissioner of Education. If you
festivals and boat for "more influential" our youth.We occurred during the previous break as a
ramps It was built in 1954 and according agree that my suggestion is valid and result of the disease of alcoholism and
should lead
to and
counties. an organized consistent
to School Superintendent Jim educational in schools drug addiction.
,
Bradford, Baker and Union all voted Duncan, needs renovation in many write the school program boards our and universities please in A few hours out of each school year spenton

heavy majorities for Martinez two areas, including new roof, floors and your districtseven if you are not a a subject that affects everyone would
billions of dollars education be wasted. It would be valuable as a
years ago. But apparently] even with a bleachers. "The roof leaks... the floors alcohol parent. Remember the influence of about spend AIDS and yet the number on of AIDS not matter of fact to dedicate at least four
and/or has
unanimous vote for the Tampa Governor are becoming so worn they cannot take lives drugs is an impact in our cases is nowhere near the number of people days per school year for awareness of
as long as someone abusing them.
they still would not have enough another sanding and finish job... and the Dear Commissioner Castor: who are afflicted and/or potential can- alcoholism and drug addiction. Four days
weight to be heard in the Governor's of- bleachers are starting to pull away As the person the people of the didates to be afflicted by the disease of out of 100 is not a bad investment in
from the wall Duncan State of Florida to head the educational alcoholism and drug addiction.. lives and futures of our generations.Every
fice.The says. department I thought that The suggestion!! I have for you, as an school should be able to organize its yearly
effort to save the BHS gym project School Board member Len Schlofmansays might improve the lives any of suggestion our youngsters elected official in the highest office of the calendar for these days, and everyone in

; from a gubernatorial veto was a that renovating the gym would in schools, and consequently the future education department is that you and the state from the Governor down, shouldbe
bipartisan effort with more enable BHS to enter into a gym-sharing generations, should be appropriately ad- others who are involved in setting the cur- willing to participate. I am sure the
riculum mandate a few hours to the subject returns would be high in financial and
Republicans than Democrats lobbying agreement with Santa Fe dressed to you. Like many others I am very
Community of alcoholism and drug addiction at all.Pvels human resources. After all, it is the same
the Governor's office in its behalf... College/Andrews Center it does with aware that the educational system has a
as lot of room for improvement and I have a .1 of education. The number of hours people who hold jobs after graduation and
without success. its auditorium.Both great deal of confidence that everybodywho and the mechanics of what to discuss III actively abuse drugs and alcohol, who end

Union County have fared all school officials have indicated is involved in the system, from the these hours would vary from one level of up costing our economy several billions of
may education to another. dollars in lost time, health care problems
right, with $3.6 million in pay-off money their great disappointment with the working kindergarten to the university this level is These mandated hours would be divided accidents etc.
diligently on improvement.
for projects Senator Kirkpatrick veto, but said they would be back again However there is an issue that demands into four specific periods during the year: I have sent copies of this letter to the

thought they were "owed" for being the next year for another try. They point out great attention and one to which, unfortunately (1) before l of the school year, (2))- leaders of the educational systems
State's only hazardous waste treatment that funding for similar repairs in not enough hours of educationare just spring break; ((3) just after spr throughout Florida including the
ing and ((4) to presidents of universities community colleges
break just summer
; prior
devoted This is the issue of ALCOHOL
facility. But even at that, the State could several nearby counties escaped the & DRUG ADDICTION vacation.We ,and county school superintendents. I

turn out to be an "Indian-giver" and Governor's veto. Besides Union It is sad that students children, know that the best educators are ex- cannot stress enough my strong feelings

poor little Union won't get $2.8 million of County's $700,000, Columbia County adolescents and adults do not receive perts in the field they teach. Because of educate that we MUST our future do everything generations possible to the To

its prize award money unless it also gets received an appropriation of $1.4 enough education about this common this fact I would also suggest that those dangers and losses associated with this
who teach these few hours should be not
the hazardous waste plant. million for repairs on its high school disease. It might surprise you to know that just the regular teachers of the class, but !killer disease. Most parents today are well
roof.If no time Is spent on the subject in our also: aware of the problems and heartache
Rep. George Crady, who worked hard medical schools. Our young people are going (1) a counselor who is actively involvedIn associated with this disease and I do not
both to the BHS Union County is to receive a bonus to school everyday where fill their
years get gym project we the treatment of alcoholism and drug believe that any of them would object to a
funded, puts it this way: "The Governor for its "pain and suffering" from a minds with all kinds of material. Then we addiction; curriculum that includes active education

is unexplainablehe just picks certain hazardous waste treatment plant, send them off on spring breaks and sum- (2) a person who has gone through the about the disease of alcoholism and drug
perhaps Bradford County is justified in mer vacations where they use drug and active disease and is currently recovering addiction.
:: things and vetoes them. alcohol, fall off balconies and get involved
A. Moneim Ramadan,M.D.
saying, "Blow some our way. After all,
This seems to be borne out in his"unexplainable" if the
greatest danger from the treat-
; treatment of Baker ment plant is in the fumes coming from

..;; County, where he vetoed a $66,000 appropriation its incinerator stack, it should be Traditional Fourth of July Festivities
for Work Station
.: a Forestry remembered that the waste site would
but approved a $44,000 appropriation to be within few I
a miles of the Bradford

..:. forest provide ranger.the county Forestry with is a one full-time of the area County are line from, and the prevailing southwestblowing winds in this Revived in Starke at Long LastFarther

mainstays of the Baker County
our
: economy, and a Forestry work station way. The successful staging of a July 4th back, in 1888, the Fourth
was But by 1916 the automobile had come in-
:. to supervise it certainly could not be Not only thatit is naive to think that "Freedom Fest" in Starke for the second celebrated more sedately with picnics like to general use and people began leaving
considered a "turkey". trucks bringing hazardous waste up year is a welcome revival of an old tradi- the Methodist and Baptist Sunday School town to celebrate the Fourth at beaches
Was the Governor playing politics from South Florida, where most of it is tion that was allowed to lapse for too many outings on Kingsley Lake. and other out-of-town parks and recreation

i with his veto power? His office says no, generated, would travel 1-95 all the way years nowhere, leaving to go on Bradford the Fourth Countians except The Telegraph announced that: grounds. The Telegraph commented,
:: naturally, but most political analysts, to MO at Jacksonville, across to "somewhere else.' "Messrs. Andrews and Alvarez (livery somewhat sadly, that the town was like

z reading between the lines, think dif Baldwin and back down SR-121 to Steve Futch, the enthusiastic chairmanof stable owners) have agreed to carry out "as"the silent deserted as the village"North Pole on the after Fourth Dr. ,Cook and
Raiford. We don't believe there is the Chamber and bring back all who wish to gq at, J.5: "
of Commerce
ferently. a Special Projects cents for the round trip: Tickets for ":hod left' fQr home. Batitow, the days of
:, truck driver alive who wouldn't turn on- Committee says "We are Just trying sale at are i celebration l are backhand! t;tarke is once
and
Pendleton Morgan's Bazaar, all menibefb"K
a
Randolph government
to State Road 100 to spark a little patriotism and pride in more a/TOtr> ribtism and
at Bunnell "sparking ;
: passing of both Sunday Schools will be ,
; and observer : presentedwith
political in Florida for 20 America".. and they have succeeded on pride in America" "
through Palatka handsome
w years, points out the dangers of this Keystone Heights and the local front. Fest exceeded a badge.
retribution game, if it is being practiced. Starke for a direct shoot to Raiford, sav- expectations in attendance,with a stadium Also in 1888 "one of the most enjoyable
!: ing an estimated 15 to 20 miles. full of enthusiastic spectators, and this picnics ever attended was held at
: It is easy: to imagine the congestion year's attendance was even better. Sparkman's bridge near the elegant

After all, Pendleton says, a brought on by heavy truck travel at the Starke set a tradition of celebrating the residence of our esteemed friend, Mr.
Governor's veto may hurt and embar-- intersection of U.S. 301 and State Road 4th of July as far back as 1914, or even Wade Sparkman. A platform was erected LettersCONUKATULATIONS
:-: rass a legislator (one vote) but the 100 in Starke. It is bad before. It was also one of the busiest and the crowd of 400 enjoyed dancing with J
enough now, music provided by the Baisden brothers of
of the and
primary damage is done to the without addition of trading days year the merchants Starke.
:: legislator's constituents who wield the hazardous waste ,with the cooperation of their wives,
": trucks. staged a huge "dinner on the grounds" After dinner: Mr. S,F. Gardiner read the :..J
votes at election time.
i: under the tall trees at the Park Declaration of ..
Perhaps Union County is not the pine City on Independence. then with
In defense of the Governor's veto, deserve only Church Street inviting the entire countryside a livelier step than ever the merry belles
r;: John Peck, spokesman for Martinez, one to reparations for future to attendand most of them did. tripped the light fantastic toe and all seem
"pain and suffering". ed bent :'; :'; !
on a pleasant time.
said it is possible that he exercised it The Telegraph gave the following account
of this gala event: In 1890 Lawtey ushered in the Fourth Dear Mr. Matthews:
.".. with the ringing of bells and the booming of Along with countless others we too
GLORIOUS FOURTH cannon at sunrise. The American flag was would like to extend our congratulations
Safe Driving on Water OBSL,'TVED IN STARKE unfurled in the breeze from the lofty towerof for the honor of being chosen into Florida's
I the Academy building and the youth in Newspaper Hall of Fame. How wonderful!
t! Starke cel rated Uncle Sam's birthday town were busy in various ways and all
As Important Land this year as never before. The celebration degrees of uproar. Others took in the excursion We recognize your dedication and hard
as on was given under the auspices of the Boardof to Chattanooga, while many work in journalism, and to the town of
Trade (forerunner of our present assembled on the shady lawns of the Bur- Starke. Now we share the joy of your in-
w Florida's beautiful waterways of Chamber of Commerce) and rm duction into Florida's Hall of Fame.
fatigued quicker than the driver of an it is House (hotel) as spectators and par
S: which the state is justly proud and air conditioned car on the interstate. estimated that the city entertained 3,000 Bradford the crack-croquet tournamentof Sincerely,

g boasts about in nationwide advertising, Add alcohol, and the situation gets visitors countiesthe from largest Bradford crowd and ever adjoining gathered County. Lucille& George Stieh
are our greatest natural attraction. Buti "
worse. here on any occasion. People came from
:i they also carry the stigma of being the But in spite of these every point of the compass- foot on
statistics
% deadliest in the nation, according to deadly horses in automobiles, by rail, and in all
5:: U.S. Coast Guard statistics. the Legislature rejected proposals this kinds of vehicles.

Last year a total of 105 people died in year operator to licenses require, and boaters to require to obtain young fashioned The main picnic feature and of barbecue the day was at the the City old- Forestry in Bradford County

3 Florida boating accidents, with 94 of the boaters to take boating safety courses. Park, where barbecued beef, properly
fatalities attributed to recreational cooked the day before by William
Also defeated was a proposal to create a Tison By David Norton
r: boating, which is often related to too statewide boating speed limit, althoughthe and dance.chicken pilau was served in abun- Bradford County Forester
The
good ladies of the town provided
-
much speed mixed with too much
Florida Cabinet
has asked the cakes
pies, cookies and other goodies in THEE PRUNING
:S:! alcohol. Department of Natural Resources to abundance. There was only one little hitch Beautiful

n During 1987, 1988, and the first six study the possibility of establishing to mar this event. Before the tables were to look nice well-shaped if properly trees pruned are by a product the homeowner of nature or; how ever, any tree can be made
spread and before piolessional arborist.
the food
months of 1989, a total of 2,901 boating statewide speeding zones. threatening rain cloud stampeded was served the, a techniques of pruning and treatment of the wound are essential to promote Proper rapid

accidents were reported (many more The Legislature did make one move, crowd ana an assault was made on the wound insects.healing and to prevent wood rotting, fungi attacks and infestations by certain

E unreported), with a total of 251 deaths, however, in the direction of water safe tables and they were swept clean in short

and $13,989,565 in damages. Three hundred ty. It enacted legislation regulating the order.

and forty-five of these accidents use of personal watercraft- knownas issued Tickets for free automobile rides were
by the hundreds, and free
if: were ruled as alcohol-related. So far water scooters or jet skis. The bill were shown at Hopson theatre on movies Call K 2

g this year (not including the 4th of July prohibits playing "chicken", jumping Street throughout the day. Dancing was .. In y y
accidents) 44 people have died and 236 wakes, or close-passing, and also re- enjoyed at the armory during the after- /

y( have been injured. quires scooter riders to wear life vests, with noon and music until provided a late hour by a in local the evening string iG1 '

$ According to the U.S. Foundation for and limit use to daylight hours. It also band. .

JB Boating Safety, "alcohol is involved in prohibits children under 14 from A free baseball game between the Starke 1.i i(4'C
J- more than half'' of boating accidents. A operating scooters, and children under Grays and the Jacksonville Red Sox was t' l fz ( .

Coast Guard spokesman said, "I think 16 are banned from renting them. crowd witnessed that at Duncan ever turned Park by out the in largest That l 1 1r 1tt

::: the myth is out there that alcohol and Considering the number of accidents, enclosure. (Editor's note: Duncan Park li

E boating go together, but alcohol can be deaths, and injuries involved in boating was located on Thomas Street east of

f- more dangerous on water than it is on accidents, it is hard to see why the Alligator Creek, and featured a covered
land. The stresses caused the thinks grandstand that provided shade and com-
by Legislature it is less important to
fort for fans
who sat behind a chicken
g elements in boatingheat, sun, glare have speed limits and driver license re- screen for protection from foul balls.)wire 24
and windmean that boaters become I
S quirements on water than on land. Most business houses and many private

residences were tastefully decorated with 4'4'II '
fj --' the national colors, and the entire city hada Js4A
holiday; appearance.
.Rib, ..HADFOIIDPhon coi

4 City Marshal Silas Kite and Sheriff Den- i B C
mark took extra precautions to prevent
i riligrait4toe any disorder that would mark the ,
festivities but a more orderly crowd of the PRUNING METHODS .

O oyc tame size was never gathered in one place. dicated Small In branches Diasram up A.to two Inches In diameter can be removed by sawing ((1) as InTo .
Only one man was taken into custody and I .
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O.FItGUSON-JOHN M.MIUUPubllttort .
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detained until the fumes of the brew he had .
TION in too had left his addled prevent'accldental below the small limb ;
Indulged
freely however
thenrrutt(1)bas( ,It li bet
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at mind, and then released. J A' ter to undercut (2) and shown Diall'am B.Wben .
,the Post Office at Slake florida under Act of Mach 3. 1 879. "
I lara.Umbl are to be removed, und cut (I) and ov..cut
*'"-6305 Subscription Date In Trod Area'1 14 00 par year: $8.00 six months A It lifted ksngtroo cannot Jump If Its tall 01 the limb approximately 1 to 2 feet away from the tnu'I1t.' MOIIt of the ewe portion

'O. Drawer A: Slaik. Florida. Outside Trade Area: $1 15 00 per year, $8 50 six months. tell for pushing off the oft.ground. It needs Its shown removed In Diagram and will help C. to prevent Itrlpplq. ,The undercut (I) aDd over will H) be as



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// members Following and dinner guests outgoing, Including Commander District j r McKinney-Thomas
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Outgoing Auxiliary President Violet Crosby
of Lecanto who Installed the following Vincent McKinney and Narcie
McKinney! ; Vice President Mary Cissy; ; Sasser of Starke announce the up-
Stalling; Chaplain Lucille Stieh; Historian ; coming wedding of their daughter,
Arms Muriel Gilhooly; Asst. Sgt.-at-Arms Mary Marie McKinney, to Rusty Thomas
,.i Violet Crosby was presented with the y son of Roy Thomas of Starke andBetty
presented was a 10% Banner and Certificates of II. Minchew of Douglas Ga.
"$ ding Service. The wedding will be on July 8 at 8p.m.
Charlie Schaefer Introduced special guests at Raiford Holiness RevivalCenter.
Schaefer,recipient of an American Legion All friends and relatives are
Thomas was awarded special acclaim. Past : ,: : invited to attend.JohnsonMcGee.
Lee Crosby, Honorable George Pierce X.M.
commander David Barber of the recently ) ,
Wars Post 1016 was also recognized. ,
Commander Larry Sheetz served as '"," To Wed July 8
elected officers: Commander Alcee P. ;
Charles J. Schaefer 2nd Vice Commander "I' The wedding of Tonia Rene
X.M. Smith; Chaplain Marvin Stallings; ; : Johnson and Robert W. McGee will
Arms James Hulce and Adjutant Jimmy Epps. ) be this Saturday, July 8 at theWoman's
Club of Starke at 7 All
Albert Lee Crosby was given a life p.m.
.
as a loyal member of the American Legion for t friends and relatives are invited to
attend.
Miss Johnson Is the daughter of
Mrs. Linda Johnson and the late
Robert Johnson of Starke. Mr.
Church News.. McGee is the son of Mr. & Mrs. BertE.
Lawtey; !Mrs. Cindy McGee, also of Starke.FosterBraswell.
Kay Lawson and ,
Victory Baptist ...
Guest SpeakerRev. Mr. & graduate. Congratula-

Andrew Crews of Athens, Ocala To Wed
SundayMs.
Ga., will be preaching at Victory Tyler
Baptist Church in Hampton on Ella Cooney of Starke and
Wednesday night, July 12 beginning and Ernest Foster of Savage, Md., an-
at 7:30 p.m. Everyone Is welcome. joins I nounce the upcoming wedding of
Sue. July 22 I their daughter, Cheryl Lynn Foster,
Morgan Rd. Baptist Perry M. Yancey of I to Richard Wayne Braswell, son of
Sugar"U'.1, announce the engage- Mrs. Trudy'Dempsey and Wayne
Thanks BusinessesMorgan Mrs.
marriage of Braswell, both of Starke.
Road Baptist Church ex- C.W. Sherry Gail, to Mar The wedding will be Sunday, July
tends their thanks and gratitude to Marvin & of Ft. Worth, ,9 at 3 p.m. at Madison Street Baptist
four fast-food establishments In son of Mr. 4 Mrs. Church in Starke. There will be a
StarkeMcDonald's, Hardees McMahone, Sr. of I reception at the Starke KOA immediately
Burger King, and Wendy's for their Mrs. I following the ceremony.All .
donations during Vacation Bible Great- will be July 22 at the friends and relatives are In-
School last week. Shi Smith Church in Arab, vited to attend.
Thanks also to Jackson Building Hildebran 2 p.m.
Supply and Hodges Hardware for late Marty are both atten- a
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By Cathy Wooley ;
Gospel Sing grandson of the late,
At New River ... M.L. Watterson of 964-6066
the nephew of Dot Weddings, Engagements
There will be a gospel sing at Full Mr. & Heights and the
AnniversariesCall (
Gospel Mission on SR 100 at New nounce of Starke.
River this Saturday night, July 8 Megan for Free Consultation
beginning at 7:39 p.m. tist
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Heavenly Reflections. Everyone is -
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At Hampton MissionThe Mrs.

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Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bridges of spectedby the public at the Brooker CityHall
Raiford and Marlene Giles of Brooker. Florida. during the hour
Barnesville, Ga., announce the mar- 12:00 Noon on Mondays.
HENRY DAVIT) THOREAU NOTICE OF PROPOSED of 9:00 A.M.to
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Allen, of Mr. & Mrs. Gordon W. the meeting and be heard with respect
written WALDEN a book of essays he composed while living son TOWN Of BROOKER.FLORIDA .
Allen of Starke. to the proposed ordinance.Charl.ne
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July
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People often get their best thoughts when they're alone. Make riage June 30 at the Bradford County of the Town of Brooker. Florida. In ltchg76Control 120
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attendance.The City Hall. Brooks, Florida will consider
park-- to write about feelings that are important to you.
newlyweds will be residing in the following ordinance on second Emperor Alexander I of Rustle
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baseball for the So untapped Is Diggs' potential him," said Gainesville Sun who Tony Dlggs high school playing
Milwaukee Brewers farm team In that he may have earned a shot at Weitzel. "They clocked grandson of Robert and Ireztha was writing for The Telegraph back days.)
him in
Helena, Montana major league baseball with 3.81 (seconds) from the right Austin of Lawtey.
d hopper to shortstop in a double a play one- side to first base, and that's flying. Younger brother Pat Diggs got the WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Recently, Diggs was batting situation in one of his few NAIA He's one guy the scouts just did a tall genes in the family and is play
over World Series pinch-hit great job on. He didn't play much,so ing basketball at Eckerd College. $10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for $5
Buddy Collings, "He beat appearances they'd watch him take infield." (Editor's Note: Information in each. Students
high school'sports the throw to first base, Include members of KHHS
editor! for The and Diggs, 22, Is the son of James and this article comes from an article by
Gainesville after the
Diggs Is what you might call Sun a says rare game about 20 !scouts Vera Dif.ua of Starke. the grandson Buddy Collings, high school sports teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 96463053KEXTRA

bloomer who may attain more In Pro ...
baseball than he ... I
ever did in college


ball.After tln394 with 26 steals as LOW PRICES F1

a high school senior in 1984, Diggs
walked on at Santa Fe Community
College and was mostly a utility %, Food Lion wishes you a safe and Happy Fourth Of July!

more player at in the two years University there of and North two Prices in this ad good thru Sunday July 9, 1989.

Florida.: But then Diggs was drafted
in the sixth round by the Milwaukee
Brewers and is signed and playing
on the Brewers' Helena, Montana
farm team. c 1 e I ID


"He came out for our tryout game
and he could run, and I mean he
could really run," recalls SFCC
assistant coach David Banes. "We 0 .
kept him around to see what otherskills
he could develop. Each year
he's played he's gotten better.
There s a lot of kids who do well in .
high school, but that's as good as
they're going to get."

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Diggs was primarily an outfielder
at SFCC as a freshmen, then was '
converted .to shortstop as a USDA
sophomore, where he started muchof
the time. He did not start often at
North Florida losing most of his
junior year to academic woes- but InchrirJSD& CHOICE
that didn't keep the scouts from t Quarter / .
noticing him. \ ,
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"He's got such athleticism, so Choice Beetl
many skills that are just unrefined," fJFiLtJ.VHQNONSf
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said UNF assistant coach Brad
Weitzel. "He might make it to the EAl
show (the big leagues). Tony just (
needs to play and the pros can give Red Ripe"WATERMELONS
Beef
him that chance." USDA Choice


Diggs' manager at Helena is his i.T-BONEIPORTERHOUSE/
college coach, Dustry Rhodes, the
former major leaguer and former
Gator assistant who has taken the
UNF program so far in such a short STEAK

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REZONING OF APPLICATIONFOR AND A lffWc-Tr\

AMENDMENT OF THE
LAND USE PLAN tf r -

TO All Citizen, Taxpayer and otherlntereted
peron

You and .ach of You arc hereby and
herewith given notice in accordance i
with Florida Statutes that the Board of
County CoMMOftUlrfer R(' -beldrd:'
\\4 County, Florida, have designated the. .
Bradford County Zoning awd i fIqrjnlog, / _____
Board to conduct a public hearing at a N __._._ J igT..I
regular meeting held at 7 p.m. in the _
Council Room of Starke City Hall. Stark.,
Florida, on Tuesday July 25, 1989, and a /i\
make a recommendation to the Board of
County Commissioner and the Board
will consider on Wednesday August 16,
1989, at the Commissioner Room of the
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
Florida at 7:30 p.m. on Ordinance
relating to:
The rezoning of the following described
property and amending the Comprehensive *
Land Use Plan to providethat
land currently zoned RSF-1 and
designated by the plan as Residential,
Single Family, be rezoned to OR, and
designated Open Rural, the property of
Seventh Day Adventist Church describedas
follows: Approximately 1.63 acres including Salmon Or Halibut OrSWORDFISH Holly Farms Small PEPSI CAFFEINE FREE
/
Parcel' No. 039690.00100 and PEPSI: DIET PEPSI, DIET
03969-0.00200 In the west portion of d Pack Chicken CAFFEINE FREE PEPSI
section 29, Twp. 6s Range 22E, just west SHARKSTEAK
of Starke City Limits on SR-100. THIGHS & 2 LTR 95
You are further given NOTICE that a
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I Is MTN DEW, DIET MTN
9 STEAK
available for you Inspection at the officeof DRUMSTICKS
the Director of Zoning and Planning. DEW2LTR$1.O9PEPSI ]k
City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke,

Florida.Each and every person having any interest $398 AND RELATED
whatever In the enactment of this \ $498 B8it ITEMS
proposed ORDINANCE should appear Lb. 12/12 OZ. CANS 2.99
and prescribed.be heard at the time and place Lb. L b.

BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY
COMMISSIONERSControl Tart Tangy
tWfc VU lV
number 122
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NOTICE REZONING APPLICATIONFOR \ e7F l

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Cindy M. Barton has made applicationto
the Bradford County Zoning and Planning
Department for reclassification of .. .
the property described below from RSF1to
RSF-MH-1: approximately 4.7 acres In ROTJKT0 CHIPS
Southeast quarter of Section 26, Twp SS, ( "K K' N K.U0 )_
Range 32E, Parcel No. 060530-00100, Half f Gallon Food Lion ,
located In Sp...dvlII.. area off of SE 43rdSt
on to SE 43rd Place.Turn left at fork inroad 1 ? FROZEN YOGURT
property Is on the left.
This proposed change In classification
I Is subject to a public hearing to be held ni(3iiiijfcSoi(
before Bradford County Zoning Board on 'HaLihLaHr$199
Tuesday, July 25, 1989, at 7 p.m. at the it7F'n' .
t' Ip
Council Room of Stork.City Hall, 209 N. r
Thompson Street,Storke, Florida.At this
time all persons both for and against, .
this proposal shall be heard, a*specified
In the Bradford County Zoning Code

The Zoning to Board the Bradford will make County a recommendation Commission 7 F' 1 ; / 5 Lb. Frozen French Fries '.

'on this application at their 1
prescheduled hearing to be held INTERSTATEPOTATOES
Wednesday August 16 1989 at 7:30
p.m. In the Commissioners Room of
Bradford County Courthouse, Stork.
Florida. At this time the Bradford County
Commission will make the final decisionon
the proposed application, after havIng .
two public hearings, advertisement
and posting. All persons interested In 139I
this application or. hereby given notice
of time and place for the two public
hearings required.
Director
Zoning and Planning
Bradford County
Control no. 121
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TO REGISTER AC curbs, the resealing of all roof
FICTI 10US NAME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH penetrations and cleaning of all roof
Pursuant lo Section; 86509 Flor..loStatutes JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, BRADFORD COUNTY, drain.
notice; i is horoby given{ idol Iho FLORIDA. e s r All bid. to include a complete do.crl-, The average human scalp I
.undersigned' CARMEN J. OoCESARF. CASE NO. 67 S44 CAIN call' Mtf tiltlt> lion of work that is proposed. A Bonded
1912 Laiy Hollow Lane Jacksonville H. RE: The Marriage of roof I I. requested' with a ton.year contains about 100,000 halra. I
12257 solo owner doing business undor JOSEPH JOHNSON, .iitntee.. Ar ." '.xnte bid Is requesteu -
trio firm name of C D DISTRIBUTORS 202 Husband
and for a Bonded IlIloeny.orguarant. ___ ____
Market Road Slarke Fla. :32091 inlands
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VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, REQUEST! FUN BIDS Two bids are requestedono for me i-
ia r ogister said fictitious nitre undor lhaiforosaid
statute' Wile. The City ol lowly will b. taking bids City Hall only the other would be lor all Bids will l be opened at 10:00: A.M., STARKtTuesday
Dated this 22nd day of Juno. 1989. AMENDED NOTICEOF I lor building a shed and Improving es. City-owned buildings Including City July 11, 1989. Bids should ba
GOD
in marked "CITY HALL ROOF OF
Bradford PARTITION SALE I fisting building. Bids should b. In by Hall. sealed and CHURCH
County. 6.29 7 20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to 12:00: Noon, July 10. 1989. Bids will be opened at 10:00: a.m.. REPAIR TO BE OPENED 7.11-89'. The Ci 422 N.St Clair-116<4-5445
of For mar details contact; OuniolPhillips 11, 1989. Bids should bo ty reserve the right to refuse any or all
Amended Final Partition July
Courts I I SIN an Judgment Tuesday Pastor
bid. 'lo W.M. Woldon, John Spratlin
782.3454. Direct
dated May 30, 1969. and entered In CaseNo. at sealed and marked "AIR CONDI I ION- questions
THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 88.944-CA ol the Circuit Court of the 2tchg 6/29-7/6 ING SERVICE TO BE OPENEU 7 11 89'. City of Starke, 209 Thompson StroatStarke. We Invite you to worship with us
Control 117 Florida.
Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford The City reserves the right to roluso Attended Nursery
Eighth any
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD 2tchg 6/29.7/6 ..... .. ....... 10.
County Florida. In regards to the or oil bids. Direct qua"lon."I.M.' Sunday School .... ..... n
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. of JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON, Weldon City of Starke City Hall 209 Control 118 "Morning Worship... .... .... ...........11 *">
CASE NO. 89.80.CP ((1-4073)) marriage and CALL FOR BIDS Thompson Street Starke, Florida. Evening S.lVn ......... ............... 6 pm
IN RE The Estate of n/k/a Husband VESSIE LEE VESSIE HARVIN LEE Wile JOHNSON, I will, Th.City ot Stork will receive; I bids loran 21chg; 6/29-7/6 vV dn..dny Youth.. ... .......... ...... 7:30: pm
MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER.Deceased. AIR CONDITIONING MONTHLY
tell to the highest and best bidder for Inelude
VICE Such will
CONTRACT. ; service
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cash the front door ol the Bradford
at -u -
OF ADMINISTRATIONThe litters of noodod.
NOTICE oiling motors os
administration of the estate' of County Florida Courthouse at 11:55 checking; Ireon levels, chorklng belts CALL FOR BIDS
MARTHA FLOREDE SPEER. Deceased, a.m., on the 6th day of July, 1989. the and condensation; drain lines, as wall as The City of Storks will recoivo bids far SCHOOL BOARD OF
File No: 89.80-CP ((1-4073)), Is pending in following described property os set forthin in overall general Inspection. the complete re-roof ol the City ol BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
the Circuit Court for Bradford County said Final Judgment: Bid should! Include the percentage' ol Starke City Hall. Work 'lo iiirlmla all
Florida, Probate Division, the address of Th.parties JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON, ,nark-up for noeded parts os wall as necessary; stripping of Clio olil, roof NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT RULES
which is Bradford County Courthouse and VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, n/k/a VESSIE I hourly rate for Installation ol par I.. r .ri".''''I .d '1.,0.1' ....I I The School Board of Bradford County Florida hereby gives notice of Intent to
Starke. Florida 32091. LEE HARVIN'S undivided 2/5 Interest In adopt a complete compilation of Rules for operation of the Bradford County School
The names and addresses of the per- lots 36 and 37 of Woodlawn Subdivisionin System. These Rules, upon adoption will replace and supersede all current
tonal representative and the personal Section 14, Township 5. South Range policies and rules of the school board. The proposed action Includes the repeal of
representative's attorney are sot forth 22 East according to Plat thereof recorded all such existing policies and rules.
below. In Plat Book 1, Page 17 ol the Public INVITATION TO BID PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The purpose of this action Is to adopt an updated and current -
Interested persons ore required to Records of Bradford County Florida. BID No.9-0713 compilation of Rules, consistent with existing legal requirements and
file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON. Containing 20.23 acres, more or less. Sealed bids will be received; by the Bradford County School Board 582 North authorizations, In order to establish policy guidelines under which the School
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS WITNESS MY HAND and the seat of Temple Avenue Storke. Florida 32091 until: System will be administered.
NOTICE: ((1)) oil claims against the estate this Court on the 2nd day of June, 1989. LOCAL TIME: 6 P.M. SUMMARY: The proposed compilation of Rules to be adopted deals with all areas
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested HONORABLE RAY NORMAN/ DAY OF WEEK: ThursdayDATE of the school stem and consists of the following chapters:
person to whom notice was mailed that Clerk of Circuit Court : July 13, 1989 and Immediately' thereafter publicly opened, rated aloud Chapter 1. The District School Board.
challenges the validity of the will, the Conlrol1094tchg and recorded; In the conference room of the School Board building for the follow. Chapter 2. General Administration.
qualifications of the personal representative 6/22-7/13 Ing: Chapter 3. Personnel General Provisions
venue or jurisdiction of the Court. PAVING AND DRIVES Chapter 4. Administrative and Instructional Personnel.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT BID NUMBER 9-0713-4 Chapter 5. Personnel Non-Instructional.
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Specifications; ; and/or bid forms may be examined at the Bradford County School Chapter 6. Business Affairs.
Publication of this Notice has begunon REGISTER Board 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, and may be obtained at Chapter 7. Student Personnel.
June 13, 1989. FICTITIOUS NAME that same 'location; for $20 00 non-refundable deposit.The Chapter 8. Curriculum and Instruction.
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative' Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida construction documents may be examined, but not obtained at: Chapter 9. School-Community Relations.The .
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the CONSTRUCTION BULLETINP. existing Rules proposed for repeal consist of the following chapters: -
JOHNNY R. HOBBS, JR. undersigned, FRANK PATTERSON 250 O. Box 803 Chapter 6GX-4-1.00-.The District School System.
Johnny R. Hobbs. Jr.. P.A.P Westmoreland Street Stark., Florida Orange Park Fla.. 32067 Chapter 6GX-4-2.00-General Administration. '
O. Drawer 938 32091, sole owner, doing business under Phone ((904)) 388 0336 Chapter 6GX4300Personnel.
Starke Fl 32091 the firm name of SELLER'S SHOWCASE. Chapter 6GX44.00Student Personnel.
((904)) 964.5700 250 Westmoreland Street, Starke, MID-STATE BUILDERS EXCHANGE Chapter 6GX-4-5.00-Curnculum and Instruction
1217 N.W. 16th Avenue Chapter 6GX46.00Business Affairs.
Personal RepresentativeBETTY : Florida, 32091. Intends to register said
Gainesville, Fla. 32601 6GX47.00School Services.
SPEER BOLAND fictitious name under the aforesaidstatute Chapter Transportation
4325 Barnett Shoals Rd. Phone ((904)) 375.0615 Chapter 6GX-4-8.00--School Food & Nutrition Services.

Athens Ga. 30605 Dated this 22nd day of June, 1989. In Bid security; In the form of a Bid Bond executed; by the Bidder and a qualified Chapter 6GX49.00school 6GX-4-10.00-Miscellaneous.Plants and Facilities.

4tchg Control 6/15-7/6 105 Bradford County. surety or a certified or cashier's check; ; on any national or state bank In the amountspecified Chapter RULEMAKING AUTHORITY: Section 230.22(2)( Florida Statutes.
4tpd 6/22-7/13 In the specifications made payable to the Bradford County School Board LAW IMPLEMENTED: The law Implemented is identified separately .
Control 112 must accompany each bi<4 os guarantee that the bidder will not withdraw from the for each rule in the proposed compilation and is available for inspection as
competition after opening\ the bids, and In the event the contract Is awarded to the "
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO MEETING NOTICE Bidder he will within ten((10))days after receiving; same,executive; the contract and "SUMMARY OF THE ESTIMATE OF ECONOMIC IMPACT: There is no
REGISTER The lawtey City Council meeting will furnish the required bond, failing which the security; shall become the property of way to precisely compute the economic Impact of these Rules' however It
FICTITIOUS NAME be held July 10. 1989 at 7:30: p.m. A the owner os liquidated damages. Is consIdered to be minimal except for costs of printing and distribution.IF .
budget workshop will follow immediately All bids must be mode on the appropriate proposal forms, executedand
Pursuant to Section; 865.09. Florida properly REQUESTED WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the after the regular mooting placed In the envelope provided, marked to Identify the bid and then shall be A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT:
undersigned, SYSCO CORPORATION. 2tchg 6/29.7/6 delivered or mailed to Bradford County School Board, 582 North Temple Avenue TIME 7:00 P.M.
sole owners, doing business under the Control 4 Starke, Florida 32091. PLACE: Bradford County School Board Office.
The Bradford County School Board reserve the right lo reject or all bids,
firm of SYSCO FOOD SERVICES ---- any DATE: July 24 1989.
JACKSONVILLE name 1501 Lewis Industrial REQUEST FORBiDS waive Informalities, In any bid make the award In part or whole and to make the NAME OF PERSON ORIGINATING PROPOSAL: Supt. Jim Duncan.
Jacksonville Florida, intends toregl'er The City of Lawtey will be taking bids award In the best Interest of the Bradford County School Board. Award shall be NAME OF PERSON APPROVING PROPOSAL: Supt. Jim Duncan.
Drive for resurfacing a driveway. Bids must be based on the lowest base bid proposal combined with alternates.THE A COPY OF THE RULES PROPOSED FOR ADOPTION AND THE
said fictitious under
aforesaid statute; name the in by 12.00 Noon July 10, 1989. SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY RULES PROPOSED FOR REPEAL MAY BE EXAMINED AT:
For more Information contact Daniel BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDABY Bradford
School Board Office
Doted this 22th day of June, 1969. in County
782 3454. Jim DuncanSup.rlnt.nd.nt
Phillips at : 582 N. Temple Avenue
Bradford County 2lchg, 6/29-7/6 Starke, Florida 32091
41chg; 622.713 Control 116 2tchg 6/29.7/6 3tchg 6/29-7/13!
Control 110 .
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Buy Here Pay Here Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. ya 987 N. TEMPLE AV.

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 ad ; -a, 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111
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rebuild starters, alternators Fat Over 50 Yean pv ,,;;!q Hwy 301 S. II PO Box 207
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Marine Cycle Batteries: Storke 964-6200 the Plants STARKFFLORIDA
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; "principle.The spiritual needs of a child are JUKI asurgenl take right on 24th Ave.follow signs.
Starkes Only Home Owned ltli': t and just as continual Its need for nourishment Eves. 964-5898 hwy 301 3 MI. N. of Starke
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AUTO AND WATERS GROCERYCorner t r ; of our community offer? Are you cultivating EPPS MOTORS TELECOMMUNICATIONS
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964-6600 "Worship this week and every weekat Superior quality homes at Fertilizer Seed' & Farm Supplies & Refrigeration

24 HR Wrecker Service the church of your choice' affordable prices 2226 N.Temple Avenue

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Second' row : .\inanda Heine Joshua Hodges Brian Jason McCullough tharise KiieiH, Toil Mersey and
I.ott, ,'ulle1clillan: : Joshua Meng, Brad Muse Jennifer Parley Students at Hampton Elementary School who made McMillan. Brad Muse, Dusty Rivers and Paul Turner.
:Matilda Hliodcii. Dusty KKers I'aul Turner and Bran- straight A's on their report curds for the entire year Third row: Crystal Murphy Jassy Starling, Jason
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Front row : Katlucl Smith Chailcne Clifton, fence Buck row: John MiMillan, Vicki llutto, Jason Mc-
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North Florida


Left Out Of HUGE


Business ListII o


\ou are looking for a good placeto INVENTORY
start than "ilcindo The Orlando
metropolitan region has the state's!
best: environment for business ac- REDUCTIONSALE'I
cording to the June issue of Florida
Trend the statewide business!
magazine. Miami and Jacksonville
tanked second and third respectively SALE -
1 on the list of best major markets
Lak'land-Polk County was chosenas
: the best second tier market for
business In the state.
Florida Trend said market rankings -
fell into place after In-depth
analysis of local economic and labor
statistics talks with national

economic development ,
community leaders nnd public. officials

as well as interviews with '89.F-15O SPECIAL Special New 1989 LTD
recently relocated business ex- \
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OFF-LEASErr- Crown Victoria LX
ecutives. XLTJ' '-"" 1N.,
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Florida Trend rated the overall ,r- "
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business climates of the big seven 4x2yag *-t Ranger V 1 -, ..
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with Orlando Miami and Jackson .J XLT's I g M L-
ville followed closely by Tampa at t': -- .', 1)) /P. -' fi f-
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not., Fort Lauderdale at no. S, -.I : ": i .l .
Palm Beach, at no. 6, and St.. 2" ; i "l.lu-dliKkiitit. 113:Air
Petersburg at no. 7, \,r ( ,,,..!hi, ,i,,,, ;, : Coni..i|. l Conl' TIllWIt..I.
.' I.Sn nn w/rnsitlr.
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In scoring Florida's seven big ..aH.lain. ."ld... '.$1 0 350 T ", I..kOOlOlp. IHiwcr
Mill M"" .
... ,. : Loud.)(II *
'inmlhiu'.SixHlCimlnil.
business centers Florida Trend said .Slrp l aunprr| ." ,''' .', L : .'. '$1O,3471 is'l'et., I Pin O77
'l Illl' Wh!
.
S16,5OOXII
all have a share of "the good, bad '1.1911 : .Anx I Full .1 ,', "..... blwvunl 157700
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total
and ugly" but the magazine made its nn 11 .svlr,: I: stre f w11n9. : fwili. ul

picks by rating each market on a
scale running from "fair" to "ex 11
cellent" in such areas as govern

and ment miscellaneous attitude and efficiency business, costs taxes, 89 Ranger XLT 89 Tempo GL 189 .


real,estate lifestyle availability recreation, transportation and- -a: 1; 47i F-250.1 n ..
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amenities stress level and the -"
quality J' '''' "
of the local I L' l ''- .- b -
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ment efforts % R- ::"::N:: '-, i ___ _=:_: _=_I-'"

Among the big-city markets -- ; )
Florida Trend cited no. 1 Orange :; ,. -...-- Condltlnnln..R -.
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County 'Orlando) as being on virtually .. Slr I With I'n' Air c, ,u,...., ".1 4 IAMJI S.tnn Air 'Urlitt Ov 7.6.rdrlvuCower "hM.IAiiloimillr TnnrM/N.knr .
every list of the best places to .AM/h.MSIin-oWllhl. .Ci.w.. llao"rrdrlvr'I'rununly Aiiloniuhr TruimmlHfttnnI'll nn'Colla1111o111n1(
.. n VShtvl.Spnnl Control 51n"vl'1111 Wlu,1I
live and work in the United States *
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AM/1-M Strm WCawiI I In S11Np nrkM .
"The proof is in the pudding" .Cbmwr SliUmil'I Kiur Slip V\IIUU Hnm' N'1 $8 853 I L1)hl Oruiipi $9599 lioor, IjjckI'owt s-16,149
Florida Trend said. Harcourt r l Llck CnMip r W inflow*

Brace Jovanovich AAA, Martin
Marietta, Westinghouse, Braniff and
AT T have all brought in corporate

headquarters or fully integrated 88 1/2 Escort LXHatchback 1989 --'
operations, not just back-office -i
operations. Bronco
In choosing Miami-Dade County
as no.2,Florida Trend said it has the Eddie Bauer
state's best climate for higher
education, the best port in Florida i m
the best shopping because of the concentration
of upscale national See Our Wide Varietyof

retailers and the hottest action in the .
.
103 V H
Kntftna NOmueOvrnlnvr
state for music, entertainment and 311' Air lonlnn Used Cars & Trucksat .'1'I'nnlrr" 'IWI"M
the arts In addition Florida Trend 'AM/H/ Atr CoitcllllnitliiilI '
'I'UMYIXAIM>rUH
said town.Miami is Florida's best sports ..llnnrInianiinrnliillonOniup 11I",1 clncr' $6995 our lot 301 South |I rk-0 W2,447.00 $1.k

Florida Trend said no. 3
Jacksonville-Duval County has a
"good" business climate. The area
has a hard-working and abundant

labor force and a fast-growing USED CAR SPECIAL USED CAR SPECIAL, USED CAR SPECIAL USED CAR SPECIAL .
medical industry. The city has the '86 MERCURY COUGAR '88 F-150 '85 MERCURY
lowest property tax levy among ma- 85 DODGE LANCER

jor Florida cities the lowest com V-8 XLT LARIAT 4 OR, 25,OOO MARQUIS BROUGHAMFULL
mercial office space rent rates in the FULL POWER MILES AT, AIR, .
I. state and the best rail system in VELOUR OR $7,995 $1 1,995 CASS, SLACK $4 m 8 5 0 POWER &SEATS $5f995 5 41
Florida. SPORT WHEELS FULL POWER WIRED INT LOW MILES
Among the second-tier markets, .
"i Florida Trend said Polk County-
Lakeland has a great location,
centered between Tampa and Orlando ,
:.' which have combined populations '
1' of t million. Polk County's cost Motors
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of living is low and the property Terwillegar : ,1
./ taxes are among Florida's lowest. In ,
addition Polk's economic develop- '
i ment agency Is one of the best in the ,'!1' (> '
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state, land is cheap (prime acreage 964-7200 Statewide 1-80O-329-FORD 473-FORD
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r: within a half-mile of Interstate 4 is Starke 371-1096 388-FORD Keystone Heights :
as low iia $20,000), labor Is in good
.' supply there is an abundance of 209 W., Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21

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If "Operation Rockpile" Nets Big- Results in War Against Coeaine:

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Bradford County Sheriff's Depart 28, charged with conspiracy to pur- trolled substance VOP; LaweranceD. $5,000 surety bond and Brazell Officers involved in
ment participated in the 48hourstatewide case a controlled substance VOP; Slocum, 22, charged with posses posted a $10,000 surety bond. cluded Lt. Aderholt the arrests in- Investigations into drug traffic
cocaine bust. Jeff Ruise, 25, charged with VOP sion of a controlled substance VOP. Tyson,also charged with failure to Deputies Barry continues in Bradford County with
King Romain
Twelve arrests were made locally possession of a controlled Of those arrested, Slocum, Ruise, while license- Alvarez and Chief local agencies planning a Joint ven-
during the "Operation Rock Pile substance; Timothy T. Tyson, 22, remain In custody. Morris posted a appear suspended driving, was released his Deputy Pat Henry. Deputy Danny ture or crack down in the near
on Thrift
own assisted
resulting in the seizure of at least 12 charged with possession of a con- $2,000 cash bond, Simmons posted a recognizance. rant. with the search war- future, said Aderholt.SELECTION.
grams of cocaine.


was caine The to related object arrest as of violations many the two people as day possible for period co-, ..-..: .".,- .-..-. .. ... .'. .. ... c _.'." 'r... ._. .c.. H.. .... .. _.. .. .. ...... .. ..... '- ".. .. __ .. _, ,_... ... ."

by warrants or probable cause according
to Lt. David Aderholt who is
the local contact person for the
c statewide cocaine task force.
Of the 17 counties in the North LARGEST
I Florida region only eight counties
participated which netted 350 ar
rests. Statewide a total of 2.100, arrests
were made. According to
Aderholt, the release of the Impen-
ding arrests in the news media Fri of Quality Chevrolet Trucks and Chevy or
day evening, as well as the rain,
slowed the 'traffic' which had an effect
on the number of arrests made. Oldsmobile Cars in the Area.
Most of the arrests were habitual
drug offenders with few surprises,

Etheridge.according A search warrant to Sheriff executed Kenneth Friday Shop at Home NOW for $avings Galore >;

evening in Lincoln City resulted in
the arrest of a juvenile and four co-
caine dealers which may curb activities
in that area said Etheridge.
Arrested during the two day
period was Rudolph Carter 32 y
charged with sale of a controlledsubbtoincei 3
; Deverne Aaron 33 '
charged with sale of a controlledsubbtance 89 C1500
; Verrl f Aaron, 34, charged
with sale of a controlled substance; ..
Anthony Aaron, 30, charged with Pickup
sale of a controlled substance,
soliciting to sell a controlled sub- .
tance, possession of a controlled sasaw ssws r..r.s.ws..s.sas.rssa.sss..a. +r
subbtance; Katherine Simmons 22. *
charged with sale of a controlledsubstance SN4107 $1' 8900
Joanne Brazell, 38, Ust$13,455Cost
charged with two counts sale of a $11,910
controlled substance; Sandra M.
Searcy. 26, charged with possessionof j Short Wheel Base Red
a controlled subbtance (violationof ,
probation (VOP); Benny Morris, V-8, Air Cond., Auto Trans.,

Guages and Much More


Renaud :Family

Offers Reward 10.95 APR $2550 Down Cash or
Trade
Equity,, :

- --_..._?-.The family Meghan Renee i.e t't '',MFL f% r Y'1
s. Renaud is asking for donations so ..- MJ Mx.
that a reward can be established for
any information leading to the arrest
and conviction of her killer.
All donations should be made to .\ .:.: &
the Florida Bank of Starke payableto
Meghan Renaud Reward Fund.
Twelve-year-old Meghan was 1988
reported missing from her home Spectrum
March 20. Her body was found in a
wooded area not far from her homein 4 Door Sedan '
Deer Foot Trail south of Starke
March 23. Since that time there has m
been on indications as to the List $6300 .
whereabouts of her killer, which has
caused her family much grief and '
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sorrow,according to her stepmother Enjoy the comfort of a clean, quiet = ; _
Debra Renaud. ride. Come by today and save like
Meghan's natural mother has offered
before I
a reward of $5,000 and has never
established a fund for the reward ina
North Dakota bank. "We feel we *
have to try something here to help
local law enforcement," said Debra. s!rt
Any information should be $7998
directed to the Bradford County Spectrum 4-dr. Sedan

Sheriff's Aderholt.Department and Lt. David .0.95 APR 2550 Down

Cash or Trade Equity

BODY SHOP SPECIAL

George Blow l .t -, R: COMPLETE PAINT JOB !

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Resigns PostChief t o! T 1 ; ''M / $45000 Inc. Factory Paint

t. Minor Repairs
Assistant State Attorney "
George Blow resigned his job as se- COLLISION REPAIRS FRAME WORK
cond In command of the 8th Judicial Free Estimates Free Estimates
District. i'r
Blow said he quit his job becauseof "
frustration and managerial im .
potence. He cited inadequate funding -
low salaries, sentencing ,
guidelines, shortage of state prison Jerry Miller Jim FelTUS Terry Blakeslee ,DeBorah Rothberg Steve Lee 1tlIl.)
space and decisions handed down by .
appellate courts, combined with his .
Your Car for
"Get
Says, Ready
Inability to change the problems, '
drove him to resign. A former assis- 86 Ford F15O Custom '85 Silverado Full Size '87 Honda Accord Summer .
tant U. S. attorney in Tallahassee, '
Blow and State Attorney Len Blazer 4x4 Coupons good through June 1989
friends and 6 Cyl., 4 Sp., $ AT,Low LX .... -- -- - -
Register are longtime -
V-8.AT.lilt, .- - r'PS.
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co-workers. They were both assigned PB 6 7 7 7 PW miles,Allpower Mr. Good wrench AIRT lOoodwwnch ALIGNMENTS ;
,PL. tirescruise $ I ,
federal now $9 777 8 395 I
to the drug task force in AIr
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CHECK UP II .. ..
Tallahassee. running board. 9 I CONDITION gotr-sr $4995 I.
Apparently Blow's reasons for 1 +SKS' 'i'-f gag 11 = I

tion resignation with the was system not entirely but according frustra-to '87 Ford Ranger XLT '89 Chevy Astro CL, '89 Cutlass Supreme 1- __ ..;. _ ..1 1... __-_- - ..
6 Cyl., AT, 7 Pass., - -' --
the Gainesville Sun sources say his Ext. Cab V-BPS, PB.Air$7,9OO - - "
resignation may have been forced Orig. MSRP $19,854 Loaded.5 pt.whl,cass.,PL,PW tilt, I Mr. Qoodwreneh ENGINE II I j Mr. Qoodwranch BRAKE
because of repeated complaintsabout cruise,seals.WAS $16.345 II OVERHAUL I
his abrasive manner In deal- Now $ ; TUNE SPECIAL j
ing with the public. 16,888 NOW $13,222 I $1'S9951
Locally Blow handled the Starke cyl 4eylt..'ttW< $4998nd-I.= ,
office until newly appointed Brian I I. 011 II lItV y higtlef I

Kelly was able to leave his Baker '89 Olds Cutlass '86 Olds Delta 88 '_ -_ _J k - -j.QZZnchLWEt'oi -. ..
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County office. Blow "won few Chevy Celebrity '
friends" with his abruptness. A let Supreme Brougham I -----------I.
4 Dr PS, PB, Air. Auto$5.8OO Milo
8.00O Miles. PW Tilt Cruise
ter to the editor in May from a I I
murder victim's sister stated "Mr. ,Air Auto. Stereo Loaded. 39,000 Miles I FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL I \ SYSTEM FLUSH

Blow's attitude towards me, as a MOST CARS $1 g9g 1 .I '4495 :
I
.. family member of the victim, was 9.999 $8,388
cold and rude. I thought we would be : 1.1----------- ..
treated with decency by Mr. Blow,
but I was wrong. I was told by Mr/
Blow, after he finally found time to
speak to me for a few minutes that I .
had no right to be angry at Mrs. rn
Hodges (my brother's murderer)
and that ft this case "It's her word
against your brother's and your
brother is dead." 964-75OO Hwy 301 North "Open: Mon.-Frl &3O-8 PJtf. 372-0103
said he planned to ap-
Register CHEVROLET 'OLDSMOBILE
Starke Sat. 9-6 P.M. Son. 1-5 P.I
Blow within the
point a successor to .
next week to ten days.
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TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOR--B SECTION July,1989 ..
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Telegraph Plans Big., Celebration"August 'I

Saturdayevening.. Don't miss this
10 and 12 will be the big aid Just a grand,old-fashioned time 'Jewel' of performance!
dates to plan now for the 110th Anniversary together! Providing live music all during the
of The Bradford County Featured entertainment Includesthe evening will be the band of Buddy St
Telegraph.On JEWELETTES from the Mac- Pierre.Come on out and'step lively'at
Thursday, August 10 the clenny Woman's Club, who will be this memorable event for all!
'
Telegraph will release a huge performing song and dance in 20s To add to this gala affair, we are
historical edition (comparable and costumes.These ladies, led by Mrs. having souvenir items made up with J''
hopefully even better than our 100th Jewel Morris, will certainly be a this 110th anniversary theme-- I
Anniversary Edition). This special treat to see and hear and are t-shirts, glass coffee mugs, plastic
edition will consist of approximately scheduled to entertain at 8 p.m. stadium cups and stadium cushionsRay's ,
8 sections with history and many,
many classic and antique picturessome
( never before published)of the Grocery 1
life and times of Bradford County,
Union County and the Keystone 418 E. Call St.
lakes region during the past 110 964-7019 .
.
years.There
will be a whole section a. I
dedicated to the lakes region of VP'
Keystone Heights, another to Union Fast, Friendly Service
then still other sections will
County,
cover Bradford County, Starke, Home Owned and OperatedWe
Lawtey,Brooker,Hampton and the
vast world of yesteryear in this area. specialize In Homemade Country Style Sausage.
This will truly be a collector's item Fresh or Smoked-and Seasoned rolled Beef or Pork Roast,
I and you won't want to miss this
voluminous issue I ready for your oven or grill.
( To add to this festive occasion,we We have a full line of groceries and an old fashioned
want to have a party for our com Butcher Shop with meats cut to your order.
munity and you, our loyal sup-
portersl! So on Saturday, August 12
we will have a BIG BIRTHDAY FREE Delivery on order$15.OO or more In the city limits.
BASH, complete with old fashioned
entertainment, live music all evening We appreciate your business.
,chicken dinners street dancing,

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During a routine alr-survelllence of Bradford County Monday afternoon, marijuana

was spoiled growing on two form on CR.335.
Ground crew Mlied 40 plant near an abandonded chicken home on J.B.WhltefaeuT farm according: to Sheriff
Kenneth Etheridge.The plant ranged from four feet to 12 feet In height.
At 6:30 p.m.an additional four plant were found at nearby farm of Robert Whitehead bye bog pen u4

Etheridge.The plane were seized were eight to ten feet tall. GREAT RATES5Month
AM participating In the search wa Deputy Juon Bennett,Chief Deputy Pat Henry and Florida Highway Patrol
plane and pilot.
No arrests were made but the Investigation continue





Etheridge: This '*t' That antique 27r-\

CD
No Work Country Crafts, Furniture. Craft Supplies


$500 Minimum To Open
2145 WHARF STREETMIDDLEBURG
Release ForWhitehead Custom Orders

Call for Classes! % %

(904) 2828983HWY. 9.00 8.64


16 E. Past Camp Blanding to Hwy. 21 to MiddleburgTurn
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge says he Right on Main St. to Wharf St. Effective Annual Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
has not initiated a work release program -
and he does not intend to do so -
for A B. Whitehead.
"If the court orders me to do so
then of course I will comply," said POOL DOCTOR: {
Etheridge of the Monday, July 19, 9-Montii CD
scheduled hearing for mitigation for
A B and Faye Whitehead.
Attorney for the Whiteheads requested DOES YOUR POOL 1
the hearing for a review of NEED CARE?, v -. V 11
INTENSIVE
the sentence and a request for 1 Now Making House Calls t. 'i
moderation of their sentences. ,,1, 1 r 1 1ff ;;' 010 Depsti- Effective;: Rate

,June The 20 Whiteheads on charges of were growing sentenced marijuana POOL CLEANING; PO REMODELING 9' 2 5' Amount Annual Yield Compounded Monthly !,

Faye pled to trafficking in
annabis and was sentenced to serve POWER WASHING .
4'-a years in the Department of Corrections Yield
Effective Annual $50,0009 2 0 8.83
and fined$25,000. A chargeof CALL 964-8820 ASK FOR BILLYFOREMOST. .
trafficking carries a minimum $75,000 or More
mandatory three-year sentence.
Both the state and defense $2549,9999.15
understood Faye would be eligiblefor PRICE-WISE : 8.78
good/gain time. However,it now t %
appears she could serve as long as 28 'p'__. + SALE 8 88
months. l/X wS PRICES
Her husband,A.B.,was sentencedto rrt (G--" combine to bring you START $10,0009 10 8 74
in the
serve 12 months county jail
with a work release program at the LOWER PRICES! 7/6 Rate Compounded Monthly
discretion of the sheriff. A 16-year :T_
employee of duPont, A. B. has a ,;erB' Sale Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only $75,000 or MoreLiquidity:, 0909 9.05 8.69
good work record with the business
and would be allowed to remain
employed if a work release programwas
in place, according to a com- ANCIENT CANADIAN SEAGRAMSAGE
pany spokesperson.When LORD CALVERT V.O.
asked if employing a con-
victed felon was against the policy of
drug screening of employees, the Plus
spokesperson said, "We believe in 99 99
prevention and rehabilitation, we 99
are not the law, we do not step on 12 8 8
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Jacksonville Woman with bond set at$100,000.He remainsin Manning was released after a $500 after they allegedly stole a watch I
Loses Leg custody. surety bond was posted. from a Starke man.

In Boating AccidentA James Wallace Dorminey, Jr. of
Drivers DUI Hampton was arrested July 2 for John Henry Seaman 19. of
29-year-old Jacksonville woman In Two AccidentsDrivers DUI, according to Trooper David Jacksonville and Gerald Camacho, HOME MORTGAGE RATES ARE
la improving after loosing her leg Goodner. Dorminey's blood alcohol 20,of Gainesville were charged with
Sunday in a boating accident near In two unrelated accidents content was .22 percent. The accident aggravated battery and armed rob- COMING DOWNI for ...
Starke. July I and 2, were charged occurred on CR-18 at Hamtpon. bery, according to Patrolmen Call Quotes.
Pamela Lee was taken to Brad with driving under the Influence. Damage to a 1987 Ford pickup was William Brown and Gordon Smith. Purchase. Refinance or Construction;
ford Hospital and flown to University 9000. No further Information was The two men allegedly cut William
Hospital in Jacksonville by David Franklin Manning, 30, of available. Lopez on the arm, stole his watch Conventional, FHA or VA; Fixed Rate or Adjustable .
TRAUMA I. Following surgery Lee Titusville was charged July 1 with Dorminey was released after a and fled on foot. They were later Co. Inc.
is making good progress and her DUI, according to Trooper T. C. $1,000 surety bond was posted. found hiding at Bradford High Gainesville Mortgage ,
condition has been upgraded to fair Pace. The accident occurred at 2:31: School said Brown and Smith.
and stable according to a hospital US-301 north of Lawtey. Two Men Charged HAROLD K. DAVIS Ph. 964-3739
spokesperson.The Damage to a 1985 Ford pickup truck Bond on the charges set P.O. Box 568 Starke FL
at t
was
accident occurred at 1 With Stealing WatchTwo Licensed Mortgage
::3Op.m. was $1,500. There was no further information $10,000, Seaman and Camacho Located Longchamp Dldg..
remain
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hydrosliding. As she was attempting
to get into the boat the tow rope
tangled around her and around the
prop and she was pulled into the
prop.Her leg was severed about four
inches below the knee according to W.D BRANDT
Deputy Harvey Rhoden who was the ,
first officer on the scene. Divers and +r
wildlife officers from Game and _
Fresh Water Fish commission T '
located Lee's leg July 4 when it sur b
faced. ,4QI
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Emory Douglas 4 Yt.P ,
Frances W. Eunice -
Emmett B. Akridge & Dorothy LONDON
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Brown Gerald L. Brown & Nanette D.

Southerland Patrick E. Southerland& Lisa D.

Franklin George Wilkes II &
Claudie Shouppe Wilkes
Christina Miller & Roderick Gonzalez

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In LawteyA t MADISON BRAND ., FRYERLEGQUARTE 1 {WDCOOKED Brand shield on
45-year-old Bryceville man was
arrested June 30 charged with CORN D06S HAM =. every cut of
shooting at a man and into a house. I beef Winn-Dixie
Deputies were called to Eunice { ? .
Road Friday where a man was 9 sells.' It means
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found with a 410 shotgun after SIZE B. LB.. selected your steak or
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ObituaryFred ., BARBECUE BARBECUE CHICKENS WHOLE I __j__ I


SeymourFred _____

Seymour, 66, of Keystone __

following VA Heights Medical, died a lengthy Center Monday illness.of July Gainesville 3 in the EA. __ R GE I

Born Nov. 7, 1922, in Ocean Springs
Miss., Mr. Seymour moved to
Keystone in 1967. He was a retired GARLIC i CHEESE
engineer with the VA Hospital Civil FRESH BAKED
Service, an Army veteran of WW II, .. ti
and attended Trinity Baptist BREliD ROUNDS

Church. .
Survivors Include three sons, l'IVlnDA., LOW 'RICI'' ""IV .YDAT ..OW'RICI "
Walter J. Seymour of Long Beach,
VARIETIES
Miss., and Dale E. and David M. ALL
Seymour, both of Keystone Heights; tom=' R C ./ RODDENBERY LILAC
two sisters, Martha Qua ve and Mary SIZE KOSHER DILLPICKLES POWDEREDDETERGENT'
Seymour, both of Ocean Springs, COLA
Miss.; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 11
a,m. Thursday, July 6 in DeWitt C. a
Jones Chapel, with Rev. Charles FANTASY B-PK. eqo
VanZant conducting services. Inter- 12-0Z. _
ment will be in Keystone Heights COFFEE CAKES CANS \ 46 oz. 38-0z.
Cemetery under the direction of SIZE SIZE
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Can't Afford
Computer? 01 Your Radio Shack by Joe Williams group meets, people take off their the chainlink fence on the face of the dissolve for 30 minutes. Next
t\ Backpacking five days on the Appalachian backpacks, take off their shops and shelter without his spraying us.) before dark,you find a tree to use as
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I Dealer in Starke ForDetails Trail (AT) came about socks and may even lie on a ground- My cousin Ann who lives near a bathroom. The National Park Service
_. on our NEW when I met some people at the cloth for a short nap. Small groupsare Franklin,N C.drove us up US-441 to says, "Regulations require that
:1, "o o"': ) Florida Trail Association Annual better for the individuals and the
l our trail entry point which was a big human feces be deposited in a hole 6
Rent to Own for Tandy Conference this year. The group was leader because the leader can keep help. This first night at a shelter inches deep and covered with soil."
led by Lillian White from Kissim- up with them more easily and it is Lillian taught us several things. Contrary to park printed information
/ \\\\ {U'Ul1tComputers; ,\ or stop by mee. I went with a small group almost impossible to get shelter First, you plan so you can arrive there are no latrines at the
-t: .. our new location because hiking alone on the AT is not reservations for large groups. On before dark! Then you find the shelters nor anywhere on the 35
advisable. Lillian is 65 years old the AT,one camps in tents only in an nearest source of water spring or miles of trail that we were on.
happy, competent and has 1,000! emergency since there are wild a stream. No longer is wild country We tried to carry not more than 35
Shopping Center miles of trail experience behind her. animals in the mountains such as water safe to drink without treat pounds in our backpacks which
9647474Deerfoot storks You walk at your own pace but with hungry bears and skunks. We even ment. You boil the water for a coupleof means only basics like freeze-dried
one-hour lunch and rest stops had a skunk in our shelter one night minutes or you put iodine tabletsin main dishes, soup,coffee herb teas,
designated each day where the but we coaxed him out of, a hole in the container of water and let powdered Gatorade, powdered

orange juice, envelopes of oatmeal
breakfast dishes- no canned goods
Walking up and down mountain
Nobody resistWinnDlxle trails takes breath,energy bars rest
can stops for a few minutes every houror
BEEF THE CROWD PLEISER s tender so and a lot of training hikes with
backpacks before you even leave
Q U.S. Choice Beef. Florida for the mountains!
Descending from our highest pointof
6,672 feet on one of the peaks was
the most difficult times for me sinceI
have arthritis. My feet ankles and
knees pained me a lot- especiallysince
I gave out of Voltaren my ar-
thritis medicine, the fourth day out.Hightop .
footwear that comes well
above the ankes to give support is a
must.
The beauty of the mountains is
hard to describe. There are several
W-D SPECIAL shades of blue and green. The wilds
do not harbor the sights and soundsof
TRIMMED our so-called civilization. Perhapsthat
PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. is the main attraction! From a
J ., few hundred feet beyond our entry
WHOLESMOKED i HICKORY SWEET JULY 6-12.1989 point at Kephart Prong Trail, the environment
STORE QUANTITY RIGHTS closed out the sound of
PREMIUM
HOURS .....RESERVED,........_... .... cars. Until we made our exit near
SLICED '" 'M"' Davenport,Tenn.,we did not see one
7 A.M. THIGHS WINGS wisp of smoke, one farmhouse one
TIL v chimney, one barn. We did not hear
one cock crowing nor did we see any
HAM BACON ,;, DRUMSTICKS farmers' fields on that 35-mile
MIDNIGHT stretch on the open ridges on the
ascents and descents.On the trail we
911: heard a few birds and the sound of
water as you approached a moun-
I LB., PKG. tain stream. Sometmes shallow
I streams crossed and recrossed our
path. One night we heard the deep
'; breathing of a black bear when he
I visited our Cosby Knob Shelter and
rattled the chain on our shelter door.
Once we saw a large deer feedingnear
where we had stopped for
lunch.I .
was surprised at the few people
'. ; we passed on the AT. Each night at
the shelters we had a full house of
LB. ,. B. nine to 12 backpackers. The com-
LB.
radery was great- no skuzzies no
drug people. (Their absence is pro-
TRIM SELEct LEAN' "KiNless> bably explained by the fact they

SHANK HALF HAM La 98C BACON ENDS & PIECES awe FKt1. 99HBBB< FRYER BREAST' . LB $268 couldn't stand the exertion nor the
planning, the training or stamina it
takes to walk the mountain trails.)
FRESH MARKET W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE One young woman came to the
BEEF BONELESS ) U.S. CHOICB ECONOMY PAK 10 RIB shelter where we were one evening
a LOIN END
GROUNDTURKEY ..,.',% VTOP: 'ROUND' BONELESS with a bad sunburn- she wore-
.- ;. : SIRLOIN PORKCHOPS shorts !and a short-sleeved; shirt. She
stEAK' ; t9r.. Just something' 'for hit""
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_" "': 'IC'FRESH STEAK sunburn One tellow' acKer' sug
$ -27 ( gested she avail herself of the abundant
: $257 / supply of icewater at the nearby
r r $157 spring to cool her hot body. I
L *CHOKE LB.umMLTIUM. shared with her my spraycan of sun
FARMSTEAD BONELESS WD LB. burn lotion. She was grateful. The
SPECIAL TRIM $108 next morning she wrapped my ankle
$Z B7 HICKORY SWEET $|99 ELECT LEAN when she heard me complain of a
HAM ROAST . u u 1 BONELESS HAM n CENTER CUT $O77 dull\ pain In my left ankle. Another
FARMSTEAD BONELESS SELECT LBAN! PORK CHOPS.. it packer gave me some quinine
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FRESH $ 91 CENTER SLICE W' 390: I ', tablets for leg cramps after an
2 $298 "h'\ 11-mile day and we shared with him
HAM STEAK :. La SMOKED HAM. u CHIPPED MEATS aBl SIZE some breakfast cereal we had and

,; P HARVESTR. he needed. One morning a small
DAy li EVERYDAY group of young students from a
E C EVERYDAY +RlceJow FRESH Clearwater college invited everyoneat
pow PalcE Paice ( LOW P the shelter for prayers before we
< hit the trail. We all joined in.
PRODUCENature Our exit from the trail the last day
:
.- was at the ranger station near 1-40.
And Lillian, our fearless leader, got
t t t I 1I ,.V I S there two hours ahead of me. I was
I 1 T 7 Nature makes the produce. the last person in our group to ar
/ WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. rive. She telephoned another cousin,
e o-_ Ray in Franklin,who drove 80 milesto
HARVESTFRESH pick us up and take us to his home
L for the night. The last mile of that
descent on the trail was painful to
knees and ankles for
legs

_ I I I __ _I II PEACHES my reasons\ lIve)inched already myself explained.along I actually

__ 33C keep sometimes my balance.using my I stopped walking to staff rest to a

good many times. But our good
______
I I F had backpacking on other group days.leader After her did as phone she

HARVEST FRESHNECTARINES call it at to the Ray ranger she took station off her, and pack walked,left

back up the trail to meet me to be
IV..VDAY sure I was okay. It was all a great

:ilVIRYDAYllOW PRICIS, MARGARINE'ARKAV'... SUPERBRAND: : $125. experience.drivers, were Ann indispensable.and Ray, our

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Working to Give you Ihe Lowest Total Food Bill Heavy Service ticulture.For.Free Velma further Equipment Office. Day Mitchell information, 964-8092.Care.and at the Hor-.. contactMs. local Job




Free day care for 8-4 year olds Is
available In most private pre-
schools In Stark: For more Information -
call Robin Lee at Bradford
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Arrests. !

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The following arrests were made Lt. Aderholt. Seeley was released not assigned to vehicle, according to
by local authorities in Bradford after a $215.25 surety bond was Deputy Rhoden.
ounty. posted.
Coleman Lee Stanley, 37, was ar-
Arthuro Maisonave 31, of New Lee Jay Nugent, 24, was arrested rested July 2 for Improper tag,
York was arrested June 30 for June 30 for DWLS, according to DWLS according to Lt. Aderholt. r
drunkness, according to Patrolman Deputy Alvarez. Nugent was released Stanley Is being detained with a hold I
Gordon Smith. Police were called to after a $215.25 surety bond was for Suwannee County. p
the Deer Foot shopping area where posted.
!Maisonave was causing a Edward James Allen, 22, of Mac-
distrubance. lie was found at KOA Calvin Edwin Henley, 42, was arrested clenny was arrested July 2 for im-
and arrested, he said he had been June 30 for DWLS, accordingto proper tag and carrying a concealed [
kicked off a bus for being drunk. Patrolman Smith. Bond was set at firearm, according to Lt. Aderholt.
!Maisonave was sentenced to time $120.25. he was released on his own During a routine traffic stop 1
served at his first appearance July recognizance.Wynn Aderholt found a loaded .22 caliber
3 weapon under the seat in Allen'svehicle. 1 F
He was released on his own 1.. -
Pratt Smith 21 of
Keystone
!Marcus Jack (Joe) Padgett, 40, of recognizance.
Starke was arrested July 1 for Heights was arrested June 30 for -
disorderly conduct according to DWLS, according to Patrolman James
E. Jewell of Starke
was arrested -

had Deputy been Harvey called Rhoden.to a disturbance Deputies $215 Smith.,25 surety He was bond released was posted.after a tag,June according 30 for to unlawful Deputy transferof Thrift. S :' S ;-i':
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three time during the past two daysto John K. Thompson, 22, of Starkewas He was released after a 120.25 sure- L ,
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settle a family dispute on Gnffis ty bond was posted.
arrested June 30 for
Loop. I lie was released after a surety driving
under Influence (DUD, according to ;
bond was posted. White of
Patrolman McGrath. Bond was set Jasper 22, Lake Butler
was arrested June 30 on a capias :
at $437.50, he was released on his
Ricky Tyson, 31, was arrested Ju- charging failure to pay DWLS, according -
Iv 1 for violation of probation for own recognizance. to Deputy Thrift. lie was __
three counts of burglary according released after $55 cash was paid.
tn Deputy Rhoden. Emory Stanley Mullis, 34, of
Jacksonville was arrested June 39 Gary Wayne Sutton, 31, of Starke !Man Impaled In Wreck...
Kl'lInethIart! III of Lawtey was ar- for DWLS, according to Patrolman was arrested July 2 on a capias A Chlefland resident was. driving alone Thursday night when. be missed the turn on SR 31 at Lake Genera In
ri" ted July 3 for drunkness accor- Perry T. Gorman. He was released charging failure to appear DWLS, keystone Heights and smashed Into an oak tree and a metal fence. I
after a $215.25 cash bond was posted.
ding to Patrolman Smith. Martin according to Deputy Jason Bennett. The driver,Ray Eugene Bates, 30, Is listed In serious condition after being Impaled by a metal fence pipe In the

domestic uas harrassing dispute people and trying following to get a a Charles L. McCullough, 46, of cash.He was released after he paid $52 accident the pipe lodging Into the victim's chest,coming: out his back and protruding about six Iocbealoto the driver's

ride at the JH Food Store. He was Hampton was arrested June 30 for _L
released/ after a $250 surety bond DUI, DWLS improper tag, according
was posted. to Deputy Danny Thrift. Bond
was set at$1,000, he was released on Buy 1 pair
Michael Steven Gray, 20, was arrested his own recognizance.Jason S4L.12E'
June 30 for possession of
alcohol by a person under 21, according Lee Crews, 18,was arrested Get 2ndMEN'SLADIES'CHILDREN'S ,rr
to Lt. David Aderholt and Deput June 30 for DWLS, according to
Roman Alvarez. Gray stopped Deputy Alvarez. Bond was set at
here deputies had another in- $215.25, he was released on his own L7i
dividual stopped. He was arrested recognizance.Ray milimillllIHKS5J
after the deputies saw a bottle of 1,
whiskey on the seat of the vehicle. Charles Smith, 30, of Starke y ,: if
lie was released after a $500 surety was arrested June 30 for DWLS 9:
bond was posted. (failure to pay a fine), according to
Lt. Aderholt. Smith was released Salk
Melanie P. Bass, 19, was arrested after a $120.25 cash bond was posted. Aluminum
July 2 for retail theft, according to iiiiiijiiiir I SHOES
Patrolman Bob McGrath. Bass Clifford Coley, 29, of Lawtey was & Const. Inc. ;
allegedly took a two-liter bottle of arrested July 1 for violation of probation LARGE GROUPS. not entire stock, .
Serving
Pepsi from the JR Food Store. She for DWLS and attaching tag Melrose Keystone A Starko area
Jed I the store when confronted by the Since /P75 Here's how it works: Select two shoes green tagged ,
manager but was later found hiding IffWllttflfl SCREEN PORCHES PATIO COVERS "2nd Pair Free". Pay for the higher priced pair and "
behind the store and was arrested. get the other pair FREEI Shoes from any group
Bass was released after a $500 sure- POOL ENCLOSURES CARPORTS may be combined for the two pairs.
ty bond was posted. Winrmtg GLASS & VINYL WINDOWS i : LOOK FOR THE GREEN TAGS!

Jack Bullock 38, and Robert May ( i WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS

were arrested June 21 on warrantsfor Tennis ROOFOVERS_ SWIMMING POOLS
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aggravated assault aggravated
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batttery and of firearm .
possession sock FREE FOR+
while committing an offense according S10 per Hour OR team
to Deputy Rhoden. Bond was With A Friend for$5 Bach $ QUALITY'SSAKE
ESTIMATES
set at $1,000( they were released on Call Mark 473-4380 or '
their own recognizance. 964-6305 of CALL "( } o STARKE STOREIn

Traffic FL OR SAIK DEERFOOT VILLAGE,
1371 South Walnut
Timothy Shawn Seeley, 19,was arrested 1375-11061 ,
June 30 for driving while next to Wal-Mart.
license suspended (DWLS) and Students Include KHHS II 1- Open 0 lo 9 daisy-,t 2 to 6 Sun.
2800 N.W. 74th '
PI.
nI mL" e. 4,5
of alcohol
possession by person Team Members
under 21 years of age according to Slav Meyer Manage
Slate Certl. CRC010166 .









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Cammack, President of furniture, appliances electronicsand
Farmers Furniture, has announcedthe seasonal goods. The store will
opening of their 93rd store which employ nine full-time employees all
will be at 835 S. Walnut St. (Bradford of which have been hired locally.
Square) in Starke. The philosophy of Farmers is--
Farmers Furniture was foundedin Name Brand Merchandise at Everyday -
1949 by Mr. Sherwin Glass in Low Prices, with easy in-store
Soperton, Ga. Mr. Glass is Chair financing mid service alter the sale.
rllji'a man of the Board today and Farmers offers:
Farmers operates stores in Georgia Lowest! Price Guarantee.
: Florida, South Carolina and Extended Service Protection.
Alabama. Farmers Furniture cor- Easy Credit Terms.
.. porate headquarters and distribution .Free Deliver
# I center is in Dublin. Ga. .Peace of .vlmd Guarantee.
r r 'Large Selection of Merchandise.
1' Farmers is in the top 20 in size of
I f J) } Farmers specializes in small to retail furniture stores in the United
midsize markets such as Starke.The States and in the top 10 as far as
,. Starke store will have a 13,000 sq. ft. growth
showroom displaying name-brand
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Floridians renew their vehicle
k tag registration,they FLORIDA
porlunity to help wildlife.All Florida!
tie. citizens maY volunteer to contribute TWIN THEATREStarke
$1 to the Game and Fresh Water
{ l Fish ('lImmi sion's Non-Game 964-5451 4
.41 r1 t : 1'Jt ,_ Wildlife Program. The procedure is
simple Just add$1 to the total ot the 'Open Every Night
1b tag registration and check off the
I. "- box on. the back ol the registrationform. NOW SHOWING


Ss ,.M ..rM wildlife Eighty-five species percent are non-g ol is six out ol every seven species B' rub [ rill DJJ
found in (the state These are I lie I
species thai are not hunted lished or
trapped yet make an outdoor trip NICHOLSONKEAT
memorable. Herons. hawks, bats,
butterflies, songbirds snakes, owls
and gpeiccs.many others are non-game 0

,. Individuals and organizations
I I wishing to contribute to the Non-
Game Wildlife Program should send
Now Open... checks payable to the Non-Game L SCREEN TWO J I
Here are some of the staff member at Farmers Furniture a new of the new store last week, the 93rd store In a successful chain of Wildlife Trust Fund to the Game and
Business Starke on US 301 South. stores operating In four southern states Including Georgia Florida Fresh Water l Fish Commission. 620 NOW SHOWING
S. Meridian St Tallahassee. FL
Farmers Furniture President Jack Cammack announced the opening Alabama and South Carolina.
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.. The Superstars are back.GHOSTBUSTERS.
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Chiropractic

JIMMY STRICKLAND Keystone Heights Office
says Burger King present
Lawrence Blvd. FREE Children's Movie
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I "It just takes a little scratch to ride in a 260B 473-7213' Wed., July 12


smooth vehicle!" \J: 1 AMERICANTAIL


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With ANY New or Used Car Purchased, we will donate PAIN CONTROL, INJURIES Get your Showtime bee ticket 10OO*at*the 1:30 Burger
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Work Rolatod King In Starke
$50 to your favorite charity or church organization! .Headaches .Sports
Neck 8.Arm .Personal
.Mid Back .
y Auto Accidents 301 DRIVE-IN
.Low Back&Leg >

4. (f & Starke 964-7484
JEEP Frl. Sat. & Sun
1989 1 t nr ;} f.ilxi
-.198. ) DR. WCIIAKD C. TULLER I
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5 Speed Power Steering DODGE % CHIROPRACTIC CARE ... cops...

$9,799*. r" CABIN D-350 CHASSIS ,s.., ;=: I- WHEN YOU NEED IT JAMES DELUSHI I I.... ul
I 24 HOURS A DAY- 7 Admission:

y ..1 ,( DAYS A WEEK Adults...................... 99*
Net Rebate Call for Super Children .................... 50*
Price Office Hours:
+Dealer Prep Mon.-Fri. 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By Appointment
Cummins Turbo .a

Diesel


Announcing the Opening of
1989 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4 '89 DODGE W-1OO 4X4
5 Speed O/O Transmission 4 Speed. PB. PS. V-6
V-6. PB PS Air. Step Bumper $ Bradford Family '
Was$15.433 Was $15.200 NOW H,9OO

I Practice
$12,9OQ I -

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Board Certified Family Physician

General,Pediatric and

Adult Medicine


AV-MED,Medicare, PPC,
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Sweptline Loaded. PB, PS, PW & L. Alum Wheel .I V ,.,'

D-25O NOW $14,9OO 743 S. Walnut Street, Suite B, .: ,.,.
Was $20.100 '* ./
Starke, Florida 32091
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save
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CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DODGE Creditor, Workouts;IRS&Department Re Negotiations;

: Divorce&Family Law;Wills & Probate; a nd Criminal Law
: DODGE TRUCKS JEEP EAGLE, INC. I '(DUI Misdemeanor. .Ji uvenile)
a 141 W. Madison St. Starke (904)) 964-9000 or 1-800-448-JEEP i
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. Obituaries-_ -.
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Mrs. Margaret Boner grandchildren. Home with Rev Michael Norman of- YOUR AUTHORIZED
Graveside funeral services were ficiating. Burial was in Mt. Zion
Margaret Dekle Boner, 87, of Lake held July 5 at Keystone Heights Cemetery Archer Funeral Home of
Butler, died Friday morning at the with Rev. C.
Cemetery Buddy Lake Butler was In charge of ar-
Tanglewood Convalescent Center in Friedlin officiating. Arrangementswere rangements. o CHAPARRAL
Lake City after an extended illness. handled by Jones Funeral
Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Boner Home Mrs. Erma RushtonMrs
lived in Richmond Va., for over
thirty years until her retirement Mrs. Rebecca Johns Erma Kizer Rushton, 79, of
when she moved to Ft Myers where the Methodist Home In Orangeburg, DEALER IN THIS AREA
she lived for 10 years. She moved Rebecca Brannen Johns 811, of S.C., and a former resident of
back to Lake Butler 15 years ago. Lake Butler, died Saturday in the Keystone Heights for 29 years died
She was the daughter of Thomas Tanglewood Convalescent Center in Tuesday at her home
James Dekle Sr. and Ida Hitch Lake City after an extended illness. Funeral services were held June
Dekle. She was a clerk for the U.S. A lifelong resident of Union Coun- 23 at Avinger fo'uneralHome in Holly DOWN
Government in Washington, D.C., ty Mrs Johns was a housewife andthe Hill, S.C., with Rev, Albert Cox and
until her retirement She was a widow of the late Smith Johns. Rev George Wilson officiating. $ 0 (to qualified buyers)
member of the First Baptist Churchof She was a member of Mt. Zion Burial was in Holly Hill Cemetery.Mrs. .
Lake Butler. Primitive Baptist Church in Union Hushton was born in
Survivors include one sister, Ruby County. Orangeburg County and was the
Dekle Bethea of Virginia Beach Survivors include two sons keener daughter of the late Walter P Kizer, "vi
Va. ; and several nieces and Johns of Lake Butler and Willoid Sr. and Pauline Smith Kizer. She
nephews. Johns of LaCrosse; one sister, Mrs was a member of Holly Hill United
Funeral services were held July 2 Inez Bloodsworth of Lake City; 14 Methodist Church and United COMPLETE SYSTEM 00
in the First Baptist Church of Lake grandchildren 14 great- Methodist Women.
Butler with Rev. Melvin Owen i f- grandchildren, and one great-gi cat- Survivors include her husband, AS LITTLE AS 6 5
ficiating. Burial was in Dekle grandson. Eulie Alonzo Kushton, Sr., of The
Cemetery, with Archer Funeral Funeral services were held Methodist Home; a daughter Mrs. MO.
Home of Lake Butler in charge of arrangements Wednesday in the Mt. Zion Primitive Manly Cumbie of Vienna Va.; a Includes: Syr. Extended Warranty

Baptist Church with Elder OM son, Eulie A, Rushton Jr., of One Year FREE Pro rammin PackacWINK e
Yarborough and Elder Arbry McCormick Johnston; three sisters Mrs. Mazie
officiating. Burial was in McLees of Orangeburg, Mrs.
Mrs. Aughtry Vance the church cemetery with Archer Pauline Eaddy of Lake City, and
Mrs. Aughtry Vance, 87, of St Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Mrs. Emma Jean Reid of Edisto LEFTS
Petersburg died July 2 in Edward charge of arrangements. Beach; a brother, Lorenzo A.
White Hospital in St. Petersburg 'Buster' Kizer of Eutawville; and
following a brief illness. Carl E. KerceCarl four grandchildren.

Born April 24, 1902, in Laurens, Edwin Kerce 68, of Lake The family suggests memorials be
S.C., Mrs Vance moved to St Butler, died June 27 at the VA made to Holly Hill United Methodist
Petersburg in 1982 from Keystone, Medical Center in Lake City alter an Church P.O. Box 398, Holly Hill;
where she had lived from 1942-82. extended Illness. The Methodist Home Chapel Fund,
Mrs. Vance was a member of Com- Born in Manatee County, Mr The Methodist Home, 1000 Live Oaks
munity Church of Keystone, the Kerce lived in Lake Butler lor the Dr, Orangeburg S.C.; or a charityof
O.E.s. Chapter 279 of Keystone last 63 years. He was a retired choice.
former member of
farmer and
lie served
a Baptist. in
Woman's Club, a retired L.P.N., and
the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of I
worked at Electric
formerly Clay WWII.

Cooperative. Survivors include one biother
Survivors include C.E. ion
one son Frank W. Kerce Jr. of Lake Butler
( ) Vance of Ga.
Spike Conyers ; one
two sisters, Ina Kelly of Lake City
Ann Anderson of DeLand
daughter ; and Betty June Kerce of Wheaton, Illinois -
one brother B.E. Templeton of WALMARTPHARMACY
and several and
; nieces 1
Greenville, S.C.; one sister, Sarah
nephews.
Swartzwelder of Heights
Keystone ; Funeral services were held June _
four grandchildren and two
great- 29 in the Chapel of Archer Funeral _


II Should You Pay. $18 for SS Applications- ? _

People in the Gainesville area ficially filed until they're actually
have been receiving mail from an received in a Social Security office.
organization called the FEDERAL The representatives in any Social
BENEFITS ASSISTANCE COR- Security office will provide free all
PORATION offering to assist themin of the service you need to file your __
filing for Social Security claim for benefits, including:
retirements benefits for an $18 fee. Giving you the proper applicationform

The FEDERAL BENEFITS ; __
ASSISTANCE CORP. is not con- Helping you complete the form; i i 0 0 __
nected with the Social Security Ad- and
ministration or Federal Govern- Telling you what documents you
ment, says Glenn Moore SSA need and how to obtain them.
District Manager in Gainesville.First The Social Security representativecan
there is no need to pay any answer questions and nrovlde
firm money to help you file a Social you with brochures explaining how 0
Security application. Social Security affects you O m RegInn
Second you may. ,actually,lose Don't pay $18 foi,Se{yices Social
money and delay the processing of Security will provide free. Phone
your claim by sending your applica- 376-2575 if you have questions about
tion to a private company. Social filing a claim for Social Security ,
Security applications are not of- benefits. 'iver* r
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PERSONAL SERVICESWANT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMES NOTICE Cecelia Terw/l/egor/ /


TO DRINK. RENTLEASESALEOFFICE FOR SALE VACATION AT BEAUTIFUL KINGSLIV LAIC $350.00 Weekly.

THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submi SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building. Enterprise Zone, Downtown
WANT TO STOP SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on BAD CREDIT NO CREDIT-NO PROBLEM. (led to the Bradford County Stork, R.duc.d to $49.900.
THAT'SOURSIAlcoholic. I Hwy 301, Stork. Apply at Durronce Easy financing on mobile home. Call Telegraph office In writing and paid In OWNER FINANCE Ralford--2BR IBo. from horn on 1.63 acres, nicely landscaped .
Anonymous Pump S Supply 9647061. 8/251F Joy at 755-0606. advance unless credit Is already S 20,000
964-3619,964-4ISO. 964-0614 FOR SALI BY OWNERS small mobile $91 PER MONTH on motile home, set upI THE established with this office. NE 26th AVE 2BR. 1 balh. carport porch S 26.000
pd 7/27 home park on Griff Loop (Rd. 100-A). delivery Included easy credit. 120 TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD ELEGANCI IN THI COUNTRY 3 BR. I bo, concrete block window treatment,
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Fr.. Four lots with three mobile homes and months at $5OO down 12% APR. Call CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 3 ceiling Ian. CHSA Hove, relrlg DW garage with door opener, antenna
estimates. room for more. Rental Incom. $700 WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER with wood windows, ,
HANDYMAN FENCE CO., Jay 7550606. 4lchg 7/6-27 THE rotary booster floors. new Andersen carpet rose
TELEPHONE.
Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559. TF monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 96 .8970 or Classified deadline garden, large patio area complete with brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy
WELL DRILLING. PUMPS S SERVICE Our- 964-4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF YARD SALESJULY prior to TUESDAY. NOON Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse, total! electric
OFFICE FOR RENT 301. Rent Thu..day.ubllcollan.Clos.lIl.d
lance Pump S Supply Co., Water Hwy. deadline beautifully landscaped.BRICK .
display is TUESDAY
systems specialists. 864 N. Temple negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark 5:00: P.M. Special Classified HOME 4 BEDROOMS 3% BATHS 402 St. Clolr St. .86 of on acrefoyer
Ave.. US 301, Stark., 32091. 9/8TF 9645516.13TF B MOVING SALE B a.m. til. Two placement Is NOT Guaranteed.dispi-.y LR, DR kitchen w/ relrlg' range/oven dishwasher fan/hood: den laundryroom

SU-El RETIREMENT HOME day week FOR REDUCED LEASE Across from KOA/Wal.Marl.. families furniture, appliances, coun Minimum charge for classified ads Is and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious
long t.rm : 2000 sq.ft. -5600; 1250 try/western albums, etc. Hampton SR
stay. 4682619. 11/17TF 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for back yard with security lights. Only 171.000.
sq.ft.-$430
1000
964-8447
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES or eves 4733627.; sq.ft.-$290.6/15TF 325 Itpd 76GAIIAGI second house on right. See signs. each word thereafter $1 billing chargewill BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKEI! 90'on water :360' deep. Tastefully decorated

964.560615TFTUTOIIING MOTEL t RESTAURANT with living be added to each CHARGED 3BR. IViBA home, plus newly decorated 2BR IBAMH, beach dock. $190.000
this SERVICES If your child barely quarters on 12 acres. 760 ft. highway at 105 SALE N. Epperson Friday ft St.Saturday 9:30.2 7/7-8 classified ad. CLEAN. CLEAN 1664 S.F., 3 BR, 2 Ba. plenty ol storage space. CHSA. wood

can passed only makes year 3 months vacation frontage. 20 rooms, 10 kitchenettes, on Mens and womens clothes only worn p.m. heater built-in stove, 25x15 patio, 3 other buildings, 2 acres, lots of trees,
964-859..5/1ITF things worse. Call Hwy 301 North. Must sell due lo poor once, furniture, gas grill vacuum CARS. TRUCKS, VANS garden ipot. Hwy. 16 W. $ 80.000
ALTERATIONS health. Owner will hold mortgage with cleaner plus mar. Itpd 7/6 KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/IBo. carpet cent heat window
) zippers, hems, buttonholes reasonable down. Call 964-7184 10 FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Hammond Rd. off 1974 DELTA II OLDS 4 door $300. air stove, refrig DW 2c.lllngfan., fenced bock yard nice lot S 38,000
pick 7 patches, etc. Drop off and a.m.-10 p.m. 4tchg 6/29-7/20 301 North. Furniture, toys, dishes, lots 964-7235. 2tch9 6/29-7/6 EDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR 1 Ba. frame, fenced yard S 16,000
days a week 7
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964-5587. Plnehurst p.m., of misc. 9646743. 'Itpd 7/6 71 F-1SO 4x4 TRUCK aluminum rims, HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR. 2 Ba. CHI A, 1539 e.f.,1.7 acres. S 45,000

from Southslde Elem.Variety Hwy. 100 across S. FOR SALE GARAGE SALE Friday ft Saturday, July 12.50x33x13 RVTs. no rust, gone VlNEBREEZE SUB 3 BR 1 V4 ba brick, CHSA 100x109 fat REDUCED to S 39,000
5/25TF 78. 22 gal. semi-automatic rifle, through front end thoroughly new N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR, 1 ba S acres S 75,000
STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE SER. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa. shotgun twin beds, baby bed swing rebuilt .351 W. less than 1.000 miles. GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA! 3500 s.f. home 4 BR. 3 full baths S two

VICE all makes and models cleaned $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF play pen, walker stroller, table A New Kenwood AMFMcassetteautoreverse '/i both 100' on Lake Geneva T/i acres with sprinkler system 3 sunbathingdecks
oiled and adjusted $15. New and used. NEWSPAPER PLATES chairs sheets ft bedspreads, with four speakers; new dual located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
aluminum. dungarees, drapes, lamps, bar stools, ...hau,'. 3000. Must sell. Coll
Hwy. 233 S 16 (Morgan Rd.) measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for ASSUMABLE MTG. let us show this to you today I
964-8733. 1976 Maverick. 7 miles South of Starke 96 .3939 after 5 p.m. Keep trying. 41 wood ..f. 5 60.000
6/8TF patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 lbo, CB floors 1185 acres
NEED HELP WITH HOUSEWORK or odd W. Call St. 9646305. TF on Rd. 100. Itpd 7/6 6/29.7/20 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. S 90.000
jobs? Call KSK Cleaning, let us make NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer YARD SALE Friday A Saturday. Clothes, 1976 DODGE CORONET good condition, BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot S 44,000
you Queen for a Day. We provide regular machines and toots, new toilet seats, $4 Empty bolt $400. 9643963. 2tchg 6/29.7/6 MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CHSA so near S 40,000
ssrgers. bin new 4 burner without 1900 PONTIAC 6 station
residential or commercial needs. We Plnehurst Variety Store, across from ; gas range cylinder HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR 2 ba CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
knobs $50 ceramic sinks. 7 miles $600. Call
7823355. 7/6
new Itpd
are members of Chamber of Com Southslde Elementary School. ; wagon. Also 3 BR MH l'/t boo on 3 acres. Excellent for small horse farm.
South of Starke on 301. Stephen Smith 1907 CHEVROLET -10 pickup with AC,
merce. Personal References. 9644908. 9645587. TF ....LOTS It ACREAGE....
2tpd 6/29-7/6 lumber. Itchg 7/6 radio A topper 64k miles. First $5500 $
17,000
ALECIA HAY for sale lAMPTONAREA:3acres,3septlctanks.2powerpoles.4"well
In roll. Arthur BIG YARD SALE Saturday only. 9 a.m. takes it. 9645104. Itpd 7/6
RE-ROOFING $675 for 10 squares. Call Gasklns, 782-3140. 6/8TF HWY. lOOEi Inside city limits, access to city utilities. $ 6.300
til. FI.hlnglackl., lots of knick-knacks,
9644239. 6/22-7/13 CHICKEN HOUSES FOR SALE 485-2768. TWO ACRES Michigan St.. zoned RSFMH $ 10,000
china dishes, furniture. 100 E. MarketRd.
WILL BABYSIT In my home. Call anytime. 2tchg 6/29-7/6 ANIMALS & PETS ONE ACRE Inside city zoned for mobile home S 6,500
off N. 301 across from FarmersMarket.
964-4331. 2tchg 6/29.7/6 RED JEWEL POTATO DRAWS $2.50 a Itpd 7/6 FOR SALE CROSBY LAKE CANAL 3 lots,concrete boat ramp $ 22,500
LAWN MAINTENANCE AND CLEAN-UP hundred or $20 p.r thousand. 105 N. YARD SALE 7/8/89. 204 N. Water St. GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and

low rates, free estimates. Call J.C., Eunice Rd., Lawtey. 782.1146 before Miscellaneous. Items, furniture. Itpd FREE PUPPIES 2 female, 1 male. extending to Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided
964-9240. 4tchg 6/29.7/20 8:30 a.m. or after 6 p.m. 2tpd 6/29.7/6 7/6 782.3634. hIm| Into two 100' lots, $63,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
RITE-WAY ROOFING roofing S repairs, COUCH S LOVE SEAT LOT *, GOL'AIIIID. Club Estates, 1.11 Make An Offer) S 8.700
leaks contemporary 3 FAMILY SALE Frl ft Sat. 9 til. Clothes, S COCKER SPANIELS 4 males, 1 female. Country acres:
fixed lawn service A tree prunIng earth tones, excellent condition. Colonial kids ft maternity Included. Toys 9642916. 4tpd 6/15-7/6 CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 S 10.000

carpentry. W.T. Turner owner bedroom set, very good condi household Items, other misc. 609 HORSE FOR SALE registered 1 yr. old filly LAWTEYl Five acres. 105th Ave., good Investment I S 15,000
Starke. 964-3392 964-2976 9647612. tion. 9645989. Itchg 7/6 Pinewood Drive off N. Orange St. Itchg and 11 yr. old mare quarterhorse. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 110. O.16! acres, 3 wells. 2 poles $ 50,000
Itpd 76KELLEYS
LINENS FOR SALE hand towels 7/6 good rider. Call eves 782-1086 or WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. Frontier S 15,000
SIGN PAINTING and home bathmats. sheets S pillowcases, white. YARD SALE large variety three families. 964.3692. 3tpd 7/6.20 Call for Commercial Ltntlngsl I
repairs. We do windows, too. If It'sbroke
Underwood Motel Hwy 301 North. July 7.8 Frl ft Sat. 8 a.m. til. 508 E. FREE KITTENS 2 orange, 1 black free to
will fix it. 964-7489. After Hours
2tpd Itchg 76MOVING..MUST Washington, 9647963. Itpd 7/6 good home. 7 wks. old all male. Itpd
7/6-13 SELL 2 pickup loads of Ann Terwlllegor Nelson . . . . . 473-7541

REMODELING roofs A rerooflng.CARPENTRY Free estimates.additions Call, 9648554.seasoned oak firewood-cheap) L. ,_... .. Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

702-3084. 2tchg 7/6-13 Itpd 7/6 Debra Connaughton, . . . . . . .964.2833

CHILD CARE Do you work evenings, FARMALL equipment.140$2800.TRACTOR 9643920.with Itpd some 7/6 : OR. :S1UjE.: 1.01.. j.ilJgAS. : :. ;. Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964.4223
weekends or afternoons? Do you need GALVANIZED STEEL ROOFING 8' $5.36; c'" .

dependable, reliable, mature care for 10' $6.70; 12' $8.04; 14' $9.38; 16'

.....'" your child?-Call- 964-8522. Itchg 7/6. 1072. Ridge cap. $.67 per foot. BY QWNER.
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Stephen Smith Lumber 7 miles South Subscribe Classified' Ads

:n \ '.'..iff WANTED' 1 < I of Starke on 301. 4682624. i I-=hg l/6... ...t.4a.Acres.IM>iU,, Jm1 SINGLE ROW CORN
PICKER runs good. Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in
$600. Call 7823355. Itpd 7/6
WANT TO BUY used aluminum tin off PLYWOOD '/," 4 ply CDX $8.09: 5/8" Hawthorne ......................................................$25,000 & Up
chicken houses. Will remove. CDX $9.99; V," wafarboard $6.79t" e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn

Waycross, Ga. (9122851610.) 4tpd 4x8 treated lattice, $8.99; 2x6x12 Alachua County

6/22.7/13 treated $4.79. Stephen Smith Lumber 7 e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000 HERITAGE VILLAS
miles South of Starke on 301. 4682624.
Itchg 76IIENTAL Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton

LOSTFOUNDLOSTBIG ON WEDDING DRESS $50; Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 607 Bradford Court in Starke
bridesmaids $25. Alterations on any e MOBILE HOME LOTS with or without septic & well hookup
WHITE DOG with chain on garment $3.50; zippers furnished. New e 2400 Sq. Ft. Commercial Bldg. In Lawtey. 290' on 301 Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted
neck. Shepherd A Husky. Call 9649075. pockets $5. Alter (leans legs to fit. on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments: from $220
For Sale or Lease.
2tpd 7/6-13 Waterbed $300. Wheelchair $60.
plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.
468-2342. Itpd 7/6 e 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre
POULTRY HOUSES FOR SALE Owen Rental Information and applications are available at the
6861 01 AL"Psaolnxado Building) Lots In Smokerise Subdivision Keystone $5,000
Rental Ofllce. 607 Bradford Starke
oU'tpUW! Alvarez' 964.5219. 964-4312. Itchg 7/6 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22,500 Court.
SEVERAL ITEMS 14,500 btu air conditioner
$200 side-by-sld. refrigerator e 6 1/2 Acres In Lawtey ...............................................$15.000 Equal
SuiAtag poououodxgSOUTH ; Call 964-6216
22 cu. ft. with Icemaker and water Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each Y-"Y Housing

.san OA through door gold color $400. Both in e 3 BR. 1 BA Home on Gatorbone Lake, Keystone Hgts. $65,000 Mon.-Fri. 9-5:30: p.m. LJULj Opportunity
excellent rnpHiflnn..' 4681440. 7/6
Itchg e New 2 BR. 2 BA Homes In Graham For Sale or Lease

e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd, Starke $55.000
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CR 229- N.W. 28th St. Starke 964613M 064-6881 e Evenings Call 373-956O

Instant Financing No Points Reasonable Interest Rates e 964-4544 .




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_______ SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. Family Room CHSA Stove S
Refri. 180 ft. On the Water Well S Septic.
964-45 NORWOOD SID. 4BR/2BA Brick. CHA. Range, Refrl t Dishwasher. 6x6
Porch Sun Deck In Bock 10x12 Well ft Septic. '
t. NORTH Of LAWTEY 3BR/2BA Brick Large Family Room. CHSA, 2946 SF, 2

Susan M. Faulkner. GRI CRB President Garages, Large Family Room Porches, on 1.7 Acres. Nice Shade Trees.
CB i Patty. Kr EJd r.MAA HWV 100 SOUTH 2BR/2BA CB Large Living Room Stove Refrl t
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MELTON TERRACE 3BR/1BA CB Home. CHSA Above Ground SwimmingPool

EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR Storage Bldg., large lot w/landscaping.
FRONTAGE ON HWY. 16 3BR/2BA Brick Enclosed DW. CHSA 20x30
REALTOR Well ft
Workshop Fishpond. Septic.
ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA OW Mobile Home like flew CHSA Stove, Refrl ft

;i.'ii-.r> &: '.'. Hi KtlfV; Sh > Drapes, lovely Swimming Pool w/Privacy Fence. Bldg I6 24 wi Pallo.

Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South of C.n.l00 221 Lafayetid St. .1 '13.i.H mij '' ".f 'lrm '*t OIWFVJtCK'if'-ifit pll Storage Bldg 12x12 large landscaped Lot.
6 ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA Frame w/Porches All Around Stove,

VERY VERSATILE PROPERTY (now being'used as U.S. Solar). large office with Refri Wood Burning Stove Pole Barn 24..50, Tool She 8x9 Well ft Septic
LARGE OLDER HOME IN STARKE HISTORIC AREA
Commercial ft Residential 300-Foot Frontage, Two
HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH
2Bo home, with deck ft large fish pond.
3BR
several) buildings and BV4 acres plus 6 Beeroome, JV4 ........ CHftA. 6 Irepleces, ever SOOO SF en one acre. Mobile Homes ft Comm. Bldg.. Well ft Septic.
Priced to sell In a package.
BUILDING LOT post hospital. CHURCH STREET .2BR/1 BA. CB ft From. CHIA Stove ft Refri. 1536 SF, Nice
*HWY.NICE 301 N> 514' frontage, 10 acres city water sewer ft electric.. *SOUTHGATB| Brick, 3/2, CHAA large lot, only S56.000. Corner lot.
*3 3/4 ACRES wooded building site. $13,500. SAMPSON LAKE LOT owner anxious, wants offer listed $15.000 ON SAMPSON RIVER 3111/2\0\IA. Two-Story log Home, CHSA Stove.
*TWO HOMES 1 mobile home plus 3 MH rental spaces bn 4 ocr.. Owner llnonc. LAKI COTTAGE on clear eand-bottom lake, 17 miles from Starke. $44,900. Refrl ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front ft Back Porches Enclosed: Garage, Well
*RAIFORD AREA 4/2. over 2500 sq.lt., on I acre. $59,000. ft Septic large lot.

CUSTOM 19M ((2B"'60)) on 1 acre, 39900. Assumable mortgage by qualifying. *CHARMING 3/2 stucco on 1 acre, CHAA FP. DW range, relr., extra Insulation 1 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Large Living ft Dining Room,
Can purchase 2 additional ocr... energy efficient. Paved driveway, nice landscaping. See this one) $65.000 Family Room Kitchen w/Breoklost Nook. CHftA Garage Well ft Septic.
TWO ACRES cleared priced at 10500. Assumable mortgage. Low down pay. LARGE LOT IN CRY 100x200 w/30x30 garage, suitable to store motor home SELECTED PROPERTIESWALDO
*COMMERCIALS South US 301, 3 plus acres with metal bldg., 8 mobile home.
Nice Shady Bldg. or Mobile Home lot. 100x200 f..,.
"lAWTBYl nice 3BR 2Ba house, |lust reduced to 45900. Owner financing. *40 ACRISi heavy limber close to country club.
HOME BIDO lOn City Water ft Owner
Hwy. 16W Sewage Financing.
REDUCED 4BR. 2Bo c.ntral H/A kitchen equipped, only 39900. *LIASf PURCHASE $1500 down 250mo. Clean home.
COUNTRY CLUB Huge recreation room for all your entertainment. Must see. *COUNT CLUB WOODS Building 'lots, city water A sewer. HOME SLOG LOTS Shady. Oaks S/D. Brooke
FOUR -ACRE TRACTS Brooker. Owner '
*LAKE LOT Beautiful cleared filled lot with septic. Hampton Lake. *WELL UPTK TANK on 1 h/I acres, zoned for MH. Financing.
FINANCING: acreage, several parcels available from % acre to 9r73i4ACHi *IS4 ACRES Paved read frontage 4 miles to Starke. THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
OWNER well and .pllc. *BIAUT1FUL TWO STORY brick A cedar farm home, 4/2V4 72 acr... LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. on the Water. ,
house, aboveground pool 3 stall barn, stocked fish pond. Priced *ON SOUTH US Mil 5 plus acres with home A barn. Owner financing. COMMERCIAL Hwy 301 N, Two-Story CB Btdg w/llvlng Area Upstairs 6400 '

*LAWTIY ARIA nice home. CHAA or. 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. SF, Owner Financing.
to sell at $63,000HAMPTON LAKE 2 ocres with beautiful executive home. Call for appointment. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BESTS Beautiful high A dry lot area's finest home. I* ACRES Frontage en Forsyth Rood. Will Divide.

+ HEIGHTS 3 BR. 1584 s f. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 ..f., CHAA S acres, paved road extra nice. 10 Acres -Pecan Grove. Will Divide. Well 8 Septic. Owner Financing.
*SARATOGA 2 Be on 1 acre, needs some repair. BRICK IN STARKIi 3 BM, IV* Ba. CHAA. $47.000. 6 Acres Well Septic and Power Pole. Has Cypress Pond.
*$3S,000 38R *CONVENIENT TO STARKI OH GAINISVIllli Nice brick home ever 2700..f. 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water ft Swung

.14 ACM FARM thai has It all--llsh pond. Improved pastur., beautiful oak, I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
s ... ACRES Fronton Now River. Well ft Senile.IP .
barns, _..fenced. water In all postures, 2 mobile homes. on
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LAKE LOTS HOMES ACREAGE 964-4W1 Bill Greene.9444664 I IBIIIDed.nn4.740B

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TWIN B NURSERY Summer clearance FOR SALE
14V, Ft FIBERGLASS STUMPKNOCKER RN, LPN NA and WC small. specialty papers, $75 without papers 473-4193. sale. 8" hanging boskets' $1.3; 10" TO 30 ACRES with large concrete
fishing, boat and trailer Two swivel hospital seeks enorgoilc and experienced 2tchg 6/297/6 hanging baskets, $3.7; potted plants, barm. Also new doub'ewide: on 1 acre
.0015. two walk through live wells for full-time/part-time various sizes, .25'$8. 4737348. 2tchg or larger In country. Call 496-3939 '*1 CAMEL MOBILE HOME Will sell
good cond'tion $595 cash 964 2227. 3t baylor 8 PRN positions. Apply YARD SALES 62976SEASONED days 454.1595, evenings tfn/chg. cheap. Call 496-2630. between 8 a.m.
7 6.20 Ramadan Hand Institute, Lake Butler FIREWOOD Approx. 20 ft. 6/22 and 5 p.m. for more Information. 6/29

Hospital, P.O. Box 748. Lake Butler, or MOVING OUT OF STATE Must sell long, 6 ft. wide, 5 it. high cut to DOUBLEWIDE ON I ACRE custom built, 2 21.pd. 7/6

LAND FOR SALE call 4962323 6 I ITF everything. Camper, freezers, tools fireplace lengths. Make offer. Call bedroom. Fenced with large oaks.
etc. Will sell for two weeks. 4737682. 473-2919 after 6 p.m. 2tpd 6/29.7/6 Owner financing available. Must sell. HOMES FOR SALE.
6861 '01 4c1 lnp&lQJu.IJO Gas Line Rd. 2tpd 76.13 SEARS POOL TABLE Honeycomb bed Call 496-3939' days. 454-1595, evenIngs -
100 ACRES: six, room house and barn. good condition $250. 473.9006 alter tfn/chg. 6/29
Owner will finance S2000Ai.re. : autpul\I! Us, / 5:30: p.m. 2lpd 6/29.7/6 FOUR ACRES MOL with large oaks on SR GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U '

Phone 964-7771 or 964 4537. 10/20TF pooua1iX1xa1fU1II.Smt1foAWAREHOUSE LEGAL SERVICES QUEEN sin WATERBED water skis 75 18. Daniel Crapps Agency Realtor Call repair). Foreclosures, Repos, Tax
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER: in city, no OR Grand. Torino Ford 351 Windsor Gale at 496-1776.2lpd. 7/6 7/13 Delinquent Properties. Now'selling In
mobile homes Zoned for modular TOP PAY engine, AT Collectors Item '65 Ford 6 1/2 ACRES MOL 4 bedroom 2 bath. this area. Coll (refundable)

homos $5.000. Call 964.5764 from 8.5 F.T. B P.T. All Shift Op.nNe.d PERSONALDIVORCE Ranch Wagon 352 engine, AT 8 AC. new house looking for new owners. 1 1(315)733-6064( ) ext. G3034. For current
\\i m. after" 5 and wuokonds call Four Trainees Also 2tchg 7/6.13 Daniel' Crapps Agency Realtor. Call listings! 6/15 4tpd. 7/6
9645251.3 )16TFrw $35 In office or by mail. Weddings Gala 4962776. 2tpd. 7/6 7/13. BRICK HOME ON ONE .ACRE Four
355.5500 Call NowJ
$25. Name change stepchild bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim.
RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878 8 H World $95 Refundable' adoption wills, legal seperntion. Between HELP WANTEDLIVE ming pool and satellite large oaks.
LAND FOR SALE
/29 7/6
LAND 2'ACRES UP with well 8 septic 2tpd Middleburg and Orange Park. $119,500. Call 4963939. days and
EZ ownoi, 'financing, North of Lowtoy or CONSTRUCTION $7-$14/HR 272.3029 8tpd 7'6 8/24 IN AIDE Small group home for 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 6/22
South of Hampton. All PHASES. WILL TRAIN. 355-5500 elderly.' Must have relernces, Mrs. FOUR ACRES with trees, mobile home

RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964-8878 J8H WORLD $95 REFUNDABLE NOTICE Miller 4732881. 2tchg 7/6.13 approved EZ terms, by owner In FOR RENT
LANDI! LOTS OF LAND in every direction 2lpd6 297'6HOMES NEEDED DRIVER for Keystone area. Union County, call 1462.1683 Alachua.
from Storks From $1.000 aero with EZ Must have valid chauffeurs license.
terms CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. Contact Sh.ryl Hartzog at Clay County OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street
RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878 mitted to the Lake Region Monitor office Council on Aging. 473-7121 or RETIREMENTMISTY $100.00 month. Call 4962261.

In writing and paid In advance 473.2112. ext. 540. E.O.E. Itchg 7/6 MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS for rent In
FOR SALE unless credit, is already establishedwith Butler. Call 4971294. Fort White.
13 ACRES perfect for numerous projects| MEADOWS RETIREMENT HOME Lake
farming. animals, mobile homo park this office.MONITOR LAND FOR SALE Lovely country setting. ACLF 24.hr. Contact Fred Adams. 6/22 4tpd. 7/13
STAfF CANNOT BE HELD
MOBILE HOME LOTS for rent In Pro.
catfish 'farm etc use your imagina HOMES FOR SALE personalized care. Home cooked
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
tion'' ) $29 500 Owner will hold note HUGHES MOBILE HOMES, Starke CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Clay County. I meals. Family styled living. Excellent vidence. One block off SR 238. Largelot.
with, I 3 clown Cull after 6 Must to appreciate For more information call 7521122.
p.m. EAGLES NEST HOMES: kit form or THE TELEPHONE. acre lots, D/W acceptable. School bus prices. see
weekdays anytime weekends. erected shell 3 3 days. 964 8447 Newberry. 4722820. 6/8 4tchg. 6/29 ypd- T/A
men Classified, deadline is 11:00 u m. Tuesday route, city water available, owner
964 8970 64 8705 964 4430. 6 29TF
473.3627. 4 20TF NOTICE
or eves prior to Thursday publication. financing low Interest.473-4890 leave
Minimum charge Is$3.50 for 15 words, message. 3tchg 6/29.7/13 HELP WANTED
HELP WANTEDRN RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 4-B878 then 15 cents for each additional word. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted .
BEST BUY 3/1 frame central A H, in .
Mailing addressP.O. Box 1171
FOR RENT WANTED-PART-TIME life Insurance to the Union County Tim. office
POSITIONS: 2 full.time positions, town $26,000.REDUCED Keystone Hts, FL 32656PERSONAL Sales People. Increase your current In In writing and paid in advance
$2,500 3 BR. 2 bo State Rd.
on
available Mod Surg experience COMMERCIAL SPACE available In come. If you have been licensed within unless credit Is already establishedwith
230. Living dining room, lamely, ,' room
Paid, iimaotf
Apply
preferred this office.
program. and Keystone Heights. 2 locations:: 700 sq. the past two years, you are still
to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery with fireplace' garage completesatellite THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
ft. 8 1000 sq. It. High traffic and visibility qualified by the state. If you have
Center SR 100 8 121 Lake Butler. system $59.500 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
SERVICES both licensed will
3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CH&A..nclos.d In locations 473-3193 or never b..n we help to get
496-2323 3 16TF patio on I acre close to 473.7683, leave message 6/1 tfnchg you qualified and train you In sellingour CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
LIVE-IN HOUSEPARENT lor small retirement SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and ON LAKE GENEVA MH unfurnished 2 products. For further Information THE TELEPHONE.

home Non drinker older or town.RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 adjust tension in your homo. Special BRI'BA., kitchen equipped. Not In a contact: Richard DeVoe-Flnanclal Classified' deadline I I. MONDAY, S
retired couple Call 468-2619 SuEl'sRetirement $14.93 Repair all brands. Work trailer park. $275 month $275 deposit. Management Systems, Inc., Lake P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
Home. 6 8TF FOR SALE BY OWNER: Small 'frame guaranteed. 4737862. 6 1 tfnchg 413.2919. 7/6 tfnchg Butler, 4961384. tfnchg. 5/25 Minimum charge I I. 15 words for$3.50,
ATTENTION HIRING! Government house In country lots of' yard 8 trees SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines MOBILE HOME 2 8 3 bedroom, partially ATTENTION-HIRING! Gov.rnm..lob.. then 15 cents for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS .
Jobs your area 517.840.$69,485. Call 518.500.964.8602 after 6pm. TFjmm relayed Prices reasonable. Bradford furnished. $135 a month 8 up. 473.7566 your ar.a. 1784069485. Call
1 602838.8885 Ext R3493. 4tpd Septic Tanks. Staike 9648121. 6/1 or 4737810. 17 tpd 6/8.9/28
THREE BEDROOM 2'/, bath 2 story 1 1(602)838-8885( ) Ext. R9127. 7/6 3tpd.
6 22.7 13 tfnchg 30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred. AC 7/20
frame, 16x16 attached
EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble storage garage full bath 8 furnished
with storage. 44x28 shelter, 14x50 ANY LAWN MOWED-J10 unless particularly refrigerator everything ATTENTION Earn money reading books!
products at home. Call for information mobile home on 10 acres. 74000. Call large A djve'ate attempt at except cooking gas. $200 $32,000/year income potential. Details
:' 504 641 8003 ext 9579. 4tpd collect 0.259.6649. Patricia Gray Realty work by a teenager plugued by an Influx month. 4732667. 4tchg 6/22.7/13 call 1 1(602)8388885( ) Ext. B9127. 7/06 BEAUTIFUL SUNDECKS BUILT 10'x12',
6 22.7 13 5'25TFRENTAL ol lawn companies. 4734055. DILLSBORO, N.C. Daytime 3tpd. 720ATTENTION $399. Utility sheds, wheelchair ramps,
ANYONE CAN APPLY I GuaranteedVisa tchg 7'6DOORS temperatures 70's, nights In 60'. 2 BR Excellent Income for home screened porches. Coll 496.3521, after
Storke Sale
HOUSE in for : 2 BR, 1
MC. US Charge. Even with bad cabin on Tuckaslegee River. Easy access assembly work. For Info call 5 p.m. 6/22 Stpd. 7/20,
bath full basement two stock block
credit, No one refused. Call ((213 DRAGGING? FLOORS SAGGING and close to quaint village with 504-646-1700, P2512. 7/6 3tpd.
home CHSA. currently rented. MUST OUT LEVEL? Call Dept.
? HOUSE OF .
925-9906 ext U4424. 4tpd 6'22-7 13 Beat restaurant scenic train ride. 25 7/20 FOR SALE OR RENT
SELL--REDUCED to $25,500. Eves
all
Service for
DRIVERS WANTED: Must be at least 25 4733627. 6/8TF LaRuo Leveling your minutes to Cherokee, IS minutes to Bl ON TV many needed for commercials.
old with clean MVR and three foundation repair Keystone. Blue $250/wk. Call Today
Ridge Parkway.
years Now hiring all For casting
COUNTRY LIVING In Graham: 2 acres, 3 ages.
473.7721. 7-9TF HUNTERS Secluded
years flatbed experience. Must have ) 4751678. 4tpd 6/22.7/13 .Info. Call ((615)779-7111) ext. T946. 7/6 PARADISE 24plusacres -
BR, wood heater, air, screened porch
good verifiable work record and be BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS new home for Stpd. 8/3 with mobile home, patios. Deck
and sun deck $42,500 or make offer. ,
able to pass ICC physical drug test and 4851189. 6tchg 6/8.7/13 CARS-TRUCKS weekly rental $250. 2 BR, 2 BA sleeps overlooks fish pond with walk, bridges
bock x ray. Excellent pay with paid 6. Call Mary Brut 473.2769 or Jo Knott and stream Never before hunted
BY OWNER: 4BR, 2 Ba home near
benefits, for right person. If interestedand MOTORCYCLES 272-9598 for brochure and details. 2lpd d..r" wild turkey and }fox. $400 o
Southside! School. Fireplace, ..cr..n.dporch '
6861 01 inrS.IoWJod0
call 7/6-13 month, first, last security. Satellite dish
qualified please
fully equipped kitchen, completely -
1-800342-1277 Mr. Hunt Stpd carpeted, CH8A. located on 3 1980 HONDA 250 XR Dirt Bike., Good MOBILE HOME 2 BR. I BA 'fenced yard oulg3ETLAt optional: 76900.Call 496-2027 or

622.7 6 large wooded lots. $84.900. 9645459. condition $600. 4734217. IIpd 7/6 shed, close to Keystone school $285 3utAvos poDuoaodxg! 3326411. 6/22 4tpd. 7113
4tpd 6/22-7/13 mo. plus security deposit. Call 475.3203

6861 '01 Tar I THREE BEDROOM. 1'bath, brick veneer HOMES FOR SALE after 6 p.m. 4tchg 7/6-27 ;JUJ.II1.S! ;> ... ......-
2 BR CONDO CH/A. disposal,
Euo: naadQ OUHIDCJV jAvog home. Many improvements such as attic dishwasher garbage Midway .... .....
POOUpiXIxa1fU-1UI ,smt1foA C/A, ceiling fans throughout, BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft. on Keystone/Melrose. 475.2427 7/6
wallpaper, wood privacy, fenced Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. MOBILE HOME 3BR/2BA locate
on
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING Please backyard.call Located 9644526.on Itchg Hwy.7/6 16 West Retiring pwner must sell,..Assitnpable, Cow Pen,.Lok.. AC dock) carpeted _-" Kevin's I.awnSP ;lP- T'I I
149500.
BOOKS'' $32.000-year Income potential mortgage l-473-4375.4tchg large. 4752427. ttchg 7/6 1 Fror'/heFLowest JJ.tb'1r.m:
Details, 1 1.602.838.8885 Ext. Bk -,' 6/15-7/6 LAKE FRONT HONEYMOON COTTAGE. Price, Call;
ESTATE 3 BR 2'BA 1600 ft. lakefront.
REAL
sq. 1 bedroom AC furnished unfurnished.
3493. 3tpd 6 29.7 13 or for Free Estimate
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: OUT OF AREA Perfect condition. Motivated owner Swim/fish. 4734186. 2tchg 7/6.13 tI'
openings available in several areas transferred. 49000. 473-7912 4tchg FOR RENT OR OPTION TO BUY One ) 782-3894

will tram. For info call 312.742.8620 622.713ATTRACTIVE bedroom MH w/sleeplng porch and
ext. 362. 2tpd 6 29.7/6 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded ALMOST NEW brick home. lake access. Call 388.6109 or 4734221.
GOVERNMENT JOBS 1540072500. lots river access, $5450 Each. No 3 BR, 2 BA on 3.5 acres. Country atmosphere 2tpd 7/6-13

Now hiring Excellent benefits. Call money down $65.41 monthly. Owner but close to golf course. On- ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished efficiency .
1 2 ACRE
1-312742-1142 J.609. 297/6 1236.4579 or 16222438. 17TFAFFORDABLE ly $65,000 Century 21 Showcase Pro. laundry and dock facilities. $275 JK

PART-TIME MAINTENANCE MAN for perties. Inc. 473-4903.' 4tchg 6/22-7/13 per month, plus deposit. 4732919. 7/6
INTERESTED IN TRADING home TRACTS
electrical and carpentry work. 810 16 In E. tfnchg StumpGrinding
Palatka subdivision for home In
LAKEFRONT COTTAGE 3 rooms and
hours per week. 9646541. 3tchg
6 29.7 13 Melrose/Keyslone area. 1-377-7208 bath. $250 month. 4737413. Itchg 7/6 FOR SALE '

BORED? BROKE? Need a change, ladies? after 6 p.m. 2tchg 6/29.7/6
FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 BR/2 BA
Become a HOUSE OF LLOYD luxury THREE BEDROOM. I/, bath, $400 month.
condo. screened Bayless Hiahwcai Specializing 1 in-
DEMONSTRATOR. No Investment. Fun Garage porch 964.2313 evenings.4tchg 7/6.27

and easy. Call collect for info. Bobbie T.II.E. APARTMENTS overlooking weekends.lagoon.4tchg 6/29-7/20 475.3267 eveningsor Includes Septic Stump Removal

((904)) 752.0679. Also booking parties.Itpd "
7'6COOK 922 E. Brownlco St. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE PROPERTY. 1 MOBILE HOMES Tank

LakeFront WANTEDfull Restaurant 4682080.time Buddy's Itchg Camp Bland ing Rd. acre room. .3 Florida BR/2 BA room living with room fireplace dining, FOR SALE .fi lloll@)4Jll 964-9300

Starke FL 32091 1800 iq ft. Less than 1 year old.SIOOO's ,
7/6 below market. SacrificeMakeOffer. D/W MOBILE Big Tree Lakes. 3 BR/2
EXPERIENCED TRIM CARPENTER: must 3984276. 2tchg 6/29-7/6 BA, covered decks.:Approxlmal.lr.) 3/4
have own truck 8 tools. 964-6888 after
964-7133 ,
25000.
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acre .
LAKE COTTAGE for sale on Spring r

AVON 7 p.m.SUPER Itchg 7/6 SUMMER SPECIAL earn 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with Lake., $60.000 2 BR,1 BA cash.LR/DR Swim comb., ski, fish., porch Kitchen 14X70 4734937.SCHULTZ 2tpd 6/29.7/6 Off Hwy 26 In Melrose. & r r 11 jffiiflf.STARKE '.''' '

$8-10 per hour working Call from your laundry & large playground. well utility room sandy beach. 2 BR 1 BA, large kitchen 8 living room, JA.trr J'Jl' tsr.tIloIltf
home. $5 investment. ((904))
take ,
Free electricity first month. 4733151. Stchg 6/29.7/27 CH/A. No money over payments
4622743. Leave name 8 phone e
6 owed. Can b. seen by appointment
Rent O"A of monthly years !
number. 4tpd 7/6.27 > your after 6 p.m. 473-2209.. 2tchg. RADIATOR. & a
Income If qualify.

6861 '01 IcnP -Ifyou corn you$3.35 per hr., 40 6/29.7/6 M te TRANSMISSION INC. !! I

I scole.TodpounpuL11! U1 \ >SPOOU1xxa1fUJ.IUsaroJOA hrs.. a week & have 3

dependents, your rent would be Heater & Radiator Repair'Specialists '
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about $112. a month or$3.73
TRAIN FOR CAREERS IN Heater Cores e Water Pumps Parts. .
per day for days left in month. r. I

EXPERIENCED person Noegel's AUTO Auto MECHANIC Sales, Starke.applyin for Qualified move-In Singles after the Accepted.first. l1= <0 J,). It( i1 W 3 w'n JL Ib Im ; WE NOW DO BUMPER TO

Itchg 76HARDWARE Move-In cost run be as low as t BUMPER AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS!
MAN WANTED apply at SECRETASECRETARYY. .
law Income
I Acme Hardware, 301 E. Call St., $10.0O. WORD PROCESSOR _
tt Best Mace In Town To Take A Leakl
S*'ke.. Itchg 7/6 a...:::... Sec 8 Housing I HOME STUDY/UES. TRAINING -:

Rents for 30% In less than S monlhn you can earn 1:Si i Corner 964-6810
I Equal of your Income a career In cosmetologyprofeMlon.it 301 & SR 16

I Housing [f You Qualify "Peron.lUed Instruction :
All ph..c*of cosmetology Qi W
Job Placement Awiiauinca
1-800-327-7728 .
ENROLL NOW !
THE HART SCHOOL
: TRAIN FOR CAREERS IN .
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HELP WANTED A Div. of A.C.T. Corp. 372-0007
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I Natl. Hd Ira., Pompano Beach, FLGLORIA'S HOME HEALTH :CARE, NOW ,.


ADMINISTRATIVE POVIDED FOR "UNION COUNTY
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I Send Resume to: .HOME SrUUY/KES.AGENCIES TRAINING INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT Home Health Aides, Jb'PJ ; RNs.. .

., LESSONS: GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS
t Will Assist Insurance arid Medlcaid.
L Starke Bradford County : :
Call 964-8 12O .Frl. 11.7 Sun.-Mon. 10-2
Chamber of Commerce -

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Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer '

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064-0182 964-5823 964-6095


i Now Accepting Applications for

F' 2 & 3 BR Apartments BRADFORD AIR-CONDITIONING: 3 Mobile Homes ,and


r I FOR I Starting At & ELECTRICAL One House in :Raiford;

] $195Mo.CHAF'uUy Service Calls"gra
to [ 24 Hr. Service *&m\ =&>' 10 t Discount
Call Debbie
.. RENT 7 Day. A Week HMwSWPI I//[4'' forSenior Citizen. "

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Equipped Kitchen $2995 I

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Starke Ou4-6312 @J'EQUAL We Service Ml Makss iti Models .

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MOBILE HOME LOTS with city .wal.r FRESHLY PAINTED small J Inlawtey r ; 4 ,Oliiy, wad i iy I II
..w.r. cobl TV. U4-749I. 1/UTi apartment t {+ II
fan RENT MOBILE HOMES with close to post office and stores ,,((1 / r 14 1$ ,t+ ,/ a # I
..... city 7823949 Itchg 7/6
wolr ;, table TV, 2 BR, 1 bath
"".74t1. 1/UTF 3/1 HOUSE In Lawtey, lots of space {
$325/month plus deposit Castle Pro rt'4 q
HALF ACM MOBILE HOMI
LOT
for
rant pertle USA Inc.. William D. Tiffin Lie
Clot to
prison Call "68.
I 323. 3/9TF .
Real Estate Broker 9645065. Itchg 7/6 ,
EFfiCIENCY ROOMS AC, .
private both
STATE EMPLOYEES n.ed home close to
no children or .l..
p No drinking or your work? We have clean mobile _.,, :
9645687. -
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3 mils Sooth of homes
available
4681323 10/8TF
Slork. 4fehfl 7/6.97 -
FURNISHED ROOM with air oil utilities 'w ,
THREE BEDROOMS 2 baths, IR, DR Kit. paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA -s
eh.n, Den CH&A.: $450
month
p.r No
HOTEL Walnut St by Post Office TF t __
Call .
p.I. 964.I..8. 4tpd 6/13-7/6 CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES: central AC, ,, t
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE,HOME quit| e..tral. reasonable rents PINES, I
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location, partially furnished no ..96.2366. SR 121, Lake Butler 7/14TF "
children. 782.3344, 782-3942. 6/ISTFc. ONE BEDROOM 1 bath apartment 1""
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SMALL 1 BR HOUSE ;
coupe to mow downstairs across from Winn Dixie., _
l75/month.. Old.r preferred' $175 month plul Castle' Pro. 7i
964 8602 after 6 William
p.m. TFlmm parties USA. Inc.. D. Tiffin. Lie
KINGSLEY LAKEi 2 BR. 2 ba doublewlde Real Estate Broker, 964.5065. Itchg 7/6
mobile home, c.ntrol air dUnwother 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE: CHSA, carpet,
private pier. $325 weekly. 533.2602 or aboveground pool $350 month plus
752-4339 or 755.2672 (Lake City), 4tchg deposit. Castle Properties USA Inc..
6/22.7/13 William D. Tiffin Lie Real Estate
HOUSE WITH LARGE YARD 3 BR, 1 bas Broker 964.5065. Itchg 7/6
love, refrig, dlshwaiher. AC ceiling ON KINGSLEY LAKE I bedroom 1 bath
fan., waiher/dryer hookup carpet AC sleeps 3 or 4. All you need is your
throughout. $350/mo. $200 dspo.lt. linens and groceries. $350 weekly, Call 0t
Unfurnl.h.d. No pet. Coll alter 6 p.m. Terwillegar Realty. 9647776. Itchg 7/6 '
weekday, anytime weekend THREE BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home ,,rr ItiR
964.8970, 964-4430 964.8705. 6/29TF $250 month. 782.3481 or 782.3168. Itpd -y
MOBILE HOME WITH AIRi 2 BR. 1 bath 7/6 tS
unfurnished $185 mo. plus $150 3 BR HOME 1 3/4 baths, CHSA carpet
depoilt. No pet. Call after 6 p.m Ig screen back porch no pet.
weekday, anytime weekend 964.5356. Itpd 7/6
964.6970. 964-4430. 964.8705. 6/29TF HOME FOR HOMELESS WOMEN: house

FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY 3 BR. 1 for rent or opts 964.9612. Also want J ... "' ... ..'.... -....r .t ._..,.,.
bath house on Grlffl Loop. Large maid for housecleaning Itpd 7/6
beautiful yard front t back porch, HWY.301,3 miles North of Stark. Small Old Fashioned Fourth... .
carpet throughout AC B. ceiling fan, 3 BR house, room for garden. $200 per
love, refrig dihwaher month plus $100 deposit. Call .73..996 The big Our Country Day parade winds IU way down Lawrence Blvd.In Thousand of visitor crowded Into the three county area for the annual ,
washer/dryer hookup. Call Susan after Saturday 7/8 'Itchg 7/6 Keystone Heights as another dayi of fcetlvltle roaches. climax. event, which featured something for everyone.
Faulkner Realty, Inc., 964.5069. 4tchg TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 bath near
6/29.7/20 school $200 month. No pet. Call
TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS one 2BR 533.2235 after 4 p.m. 7/6TF
and one 1BR, $175. No pet. 9642796. LARGE ONE BR TRAILER In country with
Itchg 76TRAILER fenced yard for $260/month 9648147

from Lawtey SPACE off FOR SR RENT 225W. 2'7823437./ mile Itpd 7/6 Traffic Court Finals in BradfordThe I

Itpd 7/6
TWO BEDROOM mobile home in good 6861 '01 *l"fSJOJBJOClQ following defendants appeared ty expired tag; provided valid tag $52 court costs. fined $437.50 license
location furnished or unfurnished before Judge George H. dismissed. Peter Wilson Sparks pled no con- months 50 hours, suspended six
$200 month $100 deposit. 964.8704. OUItpBJVl) Pierce in Bradford Traffic Criminal Lawrence K. Griffis pled guilty no test leaving scene of accident; six attend DUI school,community Tri County work,
Itchg 7/6 SutAvog poououodxg Court June 20 where their cases mobile home tag; present valid tag months court probation, costs waiv vision one year. super-
2 BEDROOM HOUSE large yard AC. J111.I1I sat fo received final disposition. and pay $52 court costs. Donald Guy Dick pled no contest
washer & dryer $275 per month 1st S A James fine Harris pled guilty ed.Sparks pled no contest expiredtag DUI; fined $962.50, ten days in jail,
last. Reference 6 month lease. Call Raymond Eddie Austin pled guiltyto DWLS; $120.25, Tri County ; six months probation costs credit for three days license
964.9721 after p.m. Itpd 7/6 unauthorized supervision 90 days. waived.
allowing minor to suspended five years, Tri County
drive; fined $120.25, placed on Tri Richard J. Henderson pled guilty David Alan Stone pled guilty probation one year.
Classifieds-- Ads- County Probation six months. DWLS; fined $120.25. NVDL; fined $120.25. Dick charged with DWLS;
Bernard Beard pled guilty no Bryant Darold Hunter pled guiltyno Cordell Strong pled guilty NVDL; dismissed.
FOR SALE Get Results! motorcycle license; ordered to pay valid driver's license (NVDL); presented valid license dismissed. Joseph Wayne McDaniel pled no
$52 court costs.Clarence presented valid license dismissed. Laura Ellen Sturgis pled guilty contest DWLS; sentenced 18 days in
1984 Fleetwood Travel Trailer. Dwayne Bowen pled Diana Johnson pled guilty viola- NVDL; fined $12025 Tri County jail with credit for time served.
18 ft.used only 3 Umea. SUll tion of driver's license restrictions Gerald Grant
guilty driving while license suspended ; Probation six months. Outlaw charged
under warranty til Aug. Totally R. V. DURRANCE (COWLS) ; fined $120.25. presented valid license, dismissed. Sturgis pled guilty careless driv- with DWLS; presented valid license,

self-contained has everything PUMP] & SUPPLY Eva Jeannette Carter pled guilty George Antin Kelly charged with ing; Tri County Probation six mon dismissed.
for travel and camping comfort. I DWLS, fined $120.25. NVDL; presented valid license, ths, $52 court costs. Misdemeanor Division

-Well Drilling James Anthony Cates pled no con- dismissed.. James Monroe Taylor pled guilty Jo Alice Goodman pled guilty
$5895 test driving under influence (DUI); Thomas E. Lee pled guilty no DWLS; fined $120.25. resisting arrest without violence;
Rotary 2" to 6" fined $700 license suspended six mobile home tag; presented valid Jessie Holton Turner pled guilty fined $UO.25, two weeks in jail with
months, Trl County Probation one tag dismissed. DUI; fined $700, license suspendedfive credit for time served, Trf County
Call 064-0466. -Pumps year. Dwayne T. London charged with years, 50 hours community Probation.
10 a.m. tfl 7 p.m. only Cates charged with DWLS; case DWLS; dismissed. work attend DUI school Tri County David L. Harris pled guilty petit
All SizesDown dismissed. Terry Quitman Mann pled guilty Probation one year theft; $100 court costs.
John Robert Cobb pled guilty DWLS; continued for disposition, Roger Lee Vance aka Robert F. Darin M. Milliard pled guilty
DWLS; present valid license Purl present valid license, pay $52 court Ayers pled guilty NVDL, fined $194. fishing without a license; $120.25
No Payment pay $52 court costs. costs. Mathew Adam Wade pled guilty costs.
Roy Edward Conway pled gu. Mann pled guilty improper tag; DWLS; fined $120.25. Joseph Hilliard charged with no
lrJu: -v.:. ftr". n w Ji?. 4 4 ,R I. ( reckless'driving; fined $120:23.- "/- continued for disposition will Deborah Wallach charged with fishing license; present. valid.license.. ,
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Diane H. Cockerham pled guiltyDUI dismiss If produces proper tag. DWLS; presented' valid license and will dismiss. '
e C&C Mini-Storage ; fined $700 license! suspendedsix Joel Scott McCaulley pled guilty dismissed.. Charlene Hudson pled guilty Issu-
a months 5' hours community NVDL; presented valid license, James C. Wilkerson pled guilty ing worthless check; ordered to
964-8848 q work attend D 'I schoool, Tri Coun- dismissed.. DWLS; fined $120$. make restitution and will dismiss.
McNeil tail Lorene Wilkinson charged with Santiago C. Preciade
pled guilty improper pled guilty
t ty Supervision t ne year.
Garages Robert Davis pled no contest ex light; dismissed.. NVDL; present valid license and fishing without a license, provided
Greenhouses costs and Adrian Shelton Mosely pled guiltyno pay $5 dismissal fee. valid license, dismissed.
Visit Our Showroom pired tag; suspended
Storage Dl;, dismissed. motorcycle license; presentedvalid Jerry Calvin Wilkison pled guilty Patricia A. Smith pled guilty Issu-
For Your Plumbing PartsAcross Derrick L. Edwards pled guilty license, dismissed. DWLS; presented valid license ing worthless check; ordered to

301 S. DWLS; continued 30 days to present Michael Edward Nettles pled guil- dismissed. make restitution costs suspended.Pete .
964-7061 valid license and case will be ty DWLS; provided valid license, Richard A. Williams pled guilty Sparks pled no contest allow
From w dismissed.Earl costs suspended DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended ing livestock to run at large; six
KOA/ 864 N. Tern nle Ave.. Starke Wade Godwin pled guilty Edwin Charles Norton pled guilty six months 50 hours community months court probation, costs waived -
Wal-Mart DUI; fined $700, license suspended work attend DUI school Tri County .
DUI fined .50. license
$437 suspended -
Eves & Weekends ; Probation.
six months 50 hours community
six months 50 hours community attend Deborah L. Wright pled not guilty Joyce Tetstone charged with bat-
964-7578 work, DUI school Tri County dismissed.
tery,
work attend DUI school, Tri County improper tag; dismissed.
supervision one
year. Arthur D. Thornton
charged with
supervision one year. Wright charged with stop
running
Darian Presto Pegues pled guilty
fishing without license
Thomas Wayne Gregory pled guilBarn DWLS; present valid license and sign; ordered to pay $52 court costs. license dismissed.a ; presentedvalid

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER I dismiss. William J. Wright pled guilty
Donald
Prater
Guy pled no contest
DWLS present valid license and
;
Charlie John Prescott pled guilty
I .R S.1 '(f: reckless driving; fined $120.25. pay $52. court petit theft costs.; six months probation,$52

SALARY: $16.100 ANNUALLY (AFTER TRAINING) Benjamin Franklin Ross pled guilty fined Wright pled guilty unlawful speed; Prater pled no contest disorderly
$116.
e .ttRS :S\
with a Benefit Package worth over $4,000. ) DWLS; fined $120.25. Marshall Eaves pled no contest Intoxication; six months probation,
Sackett
Frederick
W.
pled no con-
DUI; fined $1,225 license suspendedten $52 court costs.
More test DUI; fined 43750. license years, ten days in jail attend Jo Alice Goodman pled no contest
suspended:six months, 50 hours com DUI school (advanced), Tri County petit theft; two weeks In jail costs
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: MUST MEET munity work attend DUI school,Tri Probation one year credit for one waived.
REQUIREMENTS OF FLORIDA STATUTE 943 Money' County supervision one year. day served serve rest of time on Lillie Jean Mack pled guilty
INCLUDING: BUT NOT LIMITED TO HIGH SCHOOL Virginia R. Smelcer pled guilty weekends. possession of drug paraphernalia;
DIPLOMA ORGED. CITIZEN OF THE U.S.. HAVE Call 755-4040 DUI; fined $700, license suspended Michael Aaron Watts pled guilty six days in jail credit for time served ,
six months, 50 hours community $50 court costs.
ATTAINED AGE 19. AND PASS A PHYSICAL EXAM. :No t" .f.t r ,d work attend DUI school, Tri County DUI months; fined $700 50, hours license community suspendedsix Ronald D. Sedgwick pled no con-
MUST ALSO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE A URINE DRUG supervision one year. test assault dismissed.
E'A T T work attend DUI school. Tri County ;
E. :
19 & 26 MUST PRESENT PROOFOF Brian Daniel Smith pled guilty
TEST: MALES BETWEEN Probation one year, make restitu- Sedgwick pled no contest battery;
REGISTRATION WITH THE SELECTIVE SERVICE. fC t: :EG' DWLS; present valid license, pay tion if needed. continue counseling six months probation

Watts charged with expired tag; pay $100 court costs.
Larry Daniel Watts pled no con-
dismissed.
CONTACT R. NATE
SHOULD :
INTERESTED PERSONS
Watts charged with open con- test possession of drug paraphernalia '
HOLTON PERSONNEL MANAGER NEW RIVER six momths court
; probation
tainer dismissed.
passenger;
HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR CORRECTIONS ,
POST OFFICE BOX 333 fined
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION William Donald Wentz. Jr pled no $120.25.
RAIFORD. FLORIDA OR PHONE ((904)) 964-4000. '. contest DUI; fined $43750 license Vandebeth Allen pled no conies!
suspended six months 50 hours com- possession of mariajuana; $too
MINIMUM Bachelor's and two
QUALIFICATIONS: Degree years
.
PREFERENCE SHALL BE GIVEN TO CERTAIN VETERANS professional administrative County munity work supervision attend one DUI year school Tri court. Charles costs.Jackson pled guilty petit

AND SPOUSES OF VETERANS. experience In hospital. Joseph S. Martin pled guilty DUI; theft; fined $120.25.
Institutional or health care
4' administration. Master's
DegreeIn
EOE M/F
'. .. health care administration ran ServicemenThomas
substitute.for one year experience


CroftCompletes ,4 cy, leadership, (Initiative anti
t. SALARY: NEGOTIABLE UP TO 27K ANNUALLY (dependentupon Basic I military bearing.A .
Aheatpui pioTJMe credentials and experience.). (Benefit
package worth over $7,000.00)) Pvt. Thomas G. Croft has com- 1981 graduate of Keystone
{ pleted basic training at Ft. Jackson Heights High School and a graduateof
wiillfeLl/, the University of North Florida in
anyone 1' j S.C.During the training, students Jacksonville, with a Bachelor of
NEW CLINIC UNDER CONSTRUCTION receive instruction in drill and Arts degree she joined the Navy in

comfort Q h ate : ThU position Is responsible for directing the administrative tactics ceremonies military weapons courtesy map, reading military Novel.ber, 1987.William '

,_ IA activities of the Health Services Department at New River justice, first aid, and Army history

Correctional Institution : and traditions. Fischer
With. !l. : '\ "f Croft is the son of Terri L. Strohl of Receives AF MedalSgt.
.h., The Successful candidate will be eligible for all Florida Career Elwood, Ind.. and Orson J. Croft,
.. Service benefits Including: State contributions to health Jr., of Keystone Heights. William O. Fischer has been
XL 1200 beet ...... Insurance and retirement. 13 paid vacation days, 10 paid He is a 1988 graduate of Madison decorated with the Air Force

a..w .". k'Buy.bound the'I\wM m prods I.Wr..1aotInK""Una ofh. holidays sick leave deferred.compensation plan and In-service Grant High School In Fairmount, j Achievement Medal in West Ger-
The Achievement Medal Is
.'.j' :.. training. I many.
4, :.lit. is bKked bysnavLmvemsrndaoad Ind.Traci II awarded to airmen for meritorious

_.!,/ u',- _...... Aljets I service acts of courage, or other accomplishments.
1': I and o _'s pets.a'ri
thesit........ high el6cia1
lade;fare derails on the 1 J7IAIIC INSnTUTION. P.O. Box 333. Raiford. Navy Seaman Traci L. Aljets The sergeant Is a communications
XL(200 heal pump.. Fwnoinsravalabk. FL. or call ((904) 964-4000 or mall daughter of Allison G. Aljets of systems radio operator with the
COWART completed Florida State Keystone Heights, has heen selected I 1964th Communications Group.
application. Preference shall be as the Junior Sailor of the Quarter 1 Fischer Is the son of Rachel and
Conditioning Contractors given to certain veterans and For Naval Facility Whidbey Island in \William Fischer of Seekonk Mass.
Air of veterans. Oak Harbor, Wash.
e2e.vln spouses: Aljets was chosen from among all Ills wife, Barbara i I. the daughter :
Hr C u"tiand 964-8025 I the sailors assigned to the com0 if, Willis B. Fortenberry of Gulfport, I
surxoumUi'g counties for oyes L6 : :EQE M/F mand, and was cited for her outstanf riiss, and Joan R. Gartman of Lake I
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y Summer Program Lake City Community College, star- ed$3,000 in reference and other non- '
. Continues At BCPL ting at 1:30: p.m. Monday July 24. fiction works to the Bradford County 4#
r For more information, call Public Library.County .
Have you ever grinned at a bear? Graham Anthony, 752-1822. The Library Director Sue
ap-
Or met a giant moose? What about fee Crum the efforts of
plication is $10. To register by acknowledges
swallowing a fly? Join us at the mail,write NACE, Attn: Counseling Dr. Bernard McFadden, Coor- Joan's fashions
Bradford County Public Library for Center, Lake City Community College dinator of the Santa Fe Community
the Great American Parade Sum
and we'll do Route 3, Box 7, Lake City, FL College Andrews Center in Starke
mer Reading Program
32055. Your check or money order and Mr. Robert Rankeillor, Coor-
all this and more. must be included.U. dinator of the SFCC Library in
Tuesday,July 11,all children ages Gainesville.!
three to five are Invited to "UnpackMy "The Bradford County Public
is their
Grandmother's Trunk" with S. Census Library serves Santa Fe students having
Miss Donna and Miss Becky. Davy
and faculty: under a contractual
Workers Needed ,
Crockett will make an appearance, agreement, 'says Crum. "However
as well as a certain old woman with Anyone interested in working part this generous gift is above andbeyond. AnnualSUDllDer
strange eating habits. time for the U. S. Census Bureau : The additional funds will
No tall tale program would be should meet at Room 108, Santa Fe provide curriculum support
complete without Paul Bunyan. Community College Andrews Center materials as well as general
Children aged six to twelve won t be reading."
Friday, July 14 at 11 a.m.
disappointed when July 13 Paul Applicants should bring two itemsof The new books are but one exam
meets a giant moose. A tall tale identification. One can be a ple of Santa Fe's continued supportof
"Tale-off'r will! complete the pro- driver's license or military I.D.and library programs. This week the ClearanceSale
gram.Can you tell a better tale than the other can be an original or certified college transferred a micro-film
us? Join us and find out. copy of a birth certificate, an reader-printer and numberous
For more information and/or a original Social Security card (not a periodicals on microfilm to the
free schedule of events, by the
.
stop Bradford Library.Students
metal
replica), or a passport. Any
Library or call 9646400.Supervised veteran intending to claim Veteran's as well as the general
Preference must bring a DD-214 public will enjoy this new service. Beginning July 6th
Form.A Census and genealogy records and
Youth two-hour test will be given to the Bradford County Telegraph
from the 1987's can now be copied in
Hunt determine
Applications eligibility for anEnumerator's
print form. Joan's fashionsThe
Available Now position which pays
$6 per hour plus mileage.
Applications for the 1989.90 Supervised Please register by telephone at Want a Good Finest in Ladies Fashions
Youth Hunt are currently 964-5382 if you plan to attend this
available. The hunt will be con meeting. Starke Plaza Visa
ducted during the month of Octoberon Deal? 964-7651
the Camp Blanding and Andrews Apply Early Mastercard
wildlife management areas. For SFCCAll Check the Want Ads
"The hunts are sponsored annually .41t 1I.t'
by the Game and Fresh Water recent high school graduatesand
Fish Commission to give those any other individuals planning
parents that choose to teach their to start college classes at Santa Fe -..,-'- .
I children to hunt a safe area to con Community College in the Fall Term duct the training. These hunts also are urged to come by the Andrews
provide quality time between the Center and complete application to .
parent and child," said Steve Staf- the college. .
ford, wildlife scientist for the Com With the recently installed new COMINGSOON
mission. IBM Computer the College is now
"To be eligible for the supervised able to administer the CPT Place-
youth hunt, all youths must be at ment Test to students individually.The .
least 8 xears old and under 16 yearsof test is scheduled by appoint
age, said Stafford. ment and there is plenty of time dur-
To obtain an application contact ing the summer for students to take
the Commission at ((904) 758-0525 or the test before the Fall rush. !
Rt. 7, Box 440, Lake City, Fla. 32055. Financial Aid packets are
available and there is still time to
Nursing Assistant apply for a Federal Grant to help
cover college costs.
Certification Exam
The Andrews Center is open daily
Offered at LCCC from 8 to 4:40: to serve you, so drop

Applications for those wanting to by your local college and see what it
take the Nursing Assistant Certification has to offer.Santa .
Exam are now being acceptedby .
Lake City Community College.
Applications will be accepted on a Fe EndowmentTo FARMERSA
lirsc come, urst serve uaais unul Bradford LibraryThe
space is filled up to the test date.The
exam will take place at the Perform Santa Fe Community College
ing Arts Center on the main campus, Book Endowment Fund has award-




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Spectacularly beautiful fireworks ':', '',(': '
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Geneva exploding over the waters of Lake .;" I\\! H'
in
Keystone Heights, the .
skies over Starke and in Lake Butler : ,:;( ;
in cascades of flames and color l1:: '
made La1C _
a fitting climax "
Tuesday July ':...,....'#':c
4th
as thousands of people descended .,-:- 1" ; .
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on the three cities for their ) '
celebration. annual :='X ..,. l :"
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Sparking this year's celebrations ;
(and keeping County deputies work- 'j "ft<. .' ''.:''J ?: '" i ii ii
ing throughout the day on traffic \ '.. :,;\\i{; l\\.; I
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control) were some of the < '< \I J" '
largest
crowds ever to descend on area. ....
which hosted a variety of events, Including f.;; ,, ( i
Parades, professional ski ..'... .T ; & {
show, _
baby crawls and a series of .s- :.
events unique to each community.
With other festivities going on in .
larger nearby cities, including I'
Gainesville, Jacksonville and St.
Augustine one might wonder why
such a large number of people make ,
their way down to the Lake Region I r
to celebrate. :-
"You've got the lakes, you've got
the skiiing, the parade, the kids just
love_ .L it,"...said James. Hilliarn, a r )':..
JaCKSOnville resident who with his
wife was in the process of unloading
an excited group of youngsters out of
a large overloaded station wagon : : ::13 i7Y

Lake parked Geneva.near the"We public ve been beach coming at ,. c. __

here for the Fourth of July for about \; _
five years now and it seems to get .. '' __
better each year." _
"We like the fireworks!" the kids _
shouted in unison making some of sYt tit _
their best explosion noises, and that a' r wE
seemed to sum it up best. 3 c
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It was a day for the younger set, .}

old-fashioned a tennis celebrations tournament featuring completewith ,:"..: ":'. '"f ;'

competitors from Keystone Heights .' '
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Starke,Lake Butler,Gainesville and .
Melrose cavorting clowns and the
famous "Keystone Kops", who "'J
scampered down the street pulling
some of their best and funnies 9Iir
capers to the delight of the large '.
crowds lining Lawrence Blvd.
Of course there was plenty of
sights for the older set as well. 'sr':
Butler, excited kids were 1
digging into watermelon while color-
fully attired runners were competing
in road races.
The races were smoothly and pro-
fessionally run and the amount of
out-of-town competitors was greater
than ever for both events.
The crowd let out a big cheer for
all the winners at the big trophy
presentation minutes after the
races, and many of the contestants
received a complimentary dousing
from friends for relief from the heat
90-plus-degree heat which descended -
on the area in another typical Ju- Photos bv Mark Frladlln
ly day In North Florida.
Fun-filled Fourth... .. '. ... ....._.... i i
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big events In Lake Butler.Keystone Height and Starke. 1-2. '
e u a Boater bowed heir patriotism In Bradford(top left)watched firework I
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biggest cheers went up for without drastic
some of the local winners who competed Hours by Appointment Physician Referral changes, your

top. Several against in the event the of nearprofessionalrunners and the came top-place out on property rights will be severely

finishers included runners of high-

school age or younger. IfJ\P1O'DruClfJ\[ affected -
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The Baby Crawl in Keystone
Heights was next, as the "apples of

their mothers eyes" crawled rolled 1. YOU COULD LOSE GREENBELT TAX STATUS
and tumbled their way across a GATOR II
"raceway" made up of a large, soft
blanket. It was a scene where the

winning edge in many of the races FARM SUPPLY, INC. 'YOU FORCED TO PAVE NEW ROADS
2 COULD BE
was by a nose, or a diaper as the .,

finish tiny tykes line.made their way across the Your New JUST TO SELL YOUR OWN LAND


The big parade was next- an ex- I
Purina DealerWe
and traveganza wacky cars of honking and clowns horns,colorfulfloats wild 3. YOUR "COUNTRY STYLE" OF LIVING WILL BE

and the Shriners of course. are proud to announce that we are now serving
to on a THREATENED
Those shriners now how put this community with a full line of Purina's famous

that, as abut 18 units and from they various brand of Purina Chows for dogs cats horses rabbits
locations turned out for the fun and chickens and other small animals.

festivities Lawrence and Blvd.a wild. processiondown Come In and let us show you our wide selection of YOUR HELP IS NEEDED !

Purina Chows and animal supplies. Let our store be ;

headquarters for all your needs.For .


all Please urge your County Commissioners( ) to appoint the committee .
your Board and attend the next :
recommended the
Purina Chows I by County Zoning i

needs.and animal .J it I commission meeting


County Commission Meets Monday July 10th at 9:30: a.m.

& July 19th at 7:00 p.m. at the County Courthouse :

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