Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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cloudy skies, with afternoon thunder showers a,probability partly with Editorial. p..... .... ....... .. 4A
temperatures from the low 70's to the mid-90's. Tho Social Scono. .. ..........*-/*
North Florida experienced the highest temperatures of the Sport.. .... .. .. ...;:... .. .IA :, .
last week, when the thermometer reached 99 degrees at Jackson-year Public NoMco. .......... .. .. ..(A

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temperatures down to Tuesday week, brought FSP Promotion. .. .. .........XI .. .
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July has been: New River County the month of Now Srlof. . .... . .1-7-I1B I
on SR-100W 1.03 in.
US-301S, 3.90 in. Highlands ; Santa Fe, on Clanlllod Ad.*.. .. . __9-lim The
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'UL& 'f/oling Starke Council Approves Grant Request for Industrial Park !9

, by Buster Rahn location on SR-16 West to the Industrial resolution is required aObwrng i IIIIe adIImm..tk'ZISI 0*appropriated grants that might be funded. Other
BCT Staff Writer Park. mayor lo sip cs---p.tt--c ........ cities with appeals pending may
Library Program... The request for a Community The grant request seeks $351.185 to the grant.and..hi.all--cOrat- replace Starke.
Development Block Grant (CDBG) for improvements to the building ty cJerk iandle: cteracal dubs. 0. Cnd RatilaC- I

A special program on silk- to assist with the development ofStarke's site including water and sever' alotioa5paessiShese: Tbe dJ&Ts appeal to improve its Bid Opening...
screening for 6-12 year olds by Rod industrial park was reviewed lines, and installation of drainage quired wm lie neighborhood>> Two bids were received and open-
and Mary Buchele is set at 10 a.m. by the city council Tuesday July facilities. $52,068 is being requestedfor ='
fist for ; ed for a 2 ton cab and chassis for the
today (Thursday, July 16) at the 7, in a public hearing. administrative expenses. Final$169,500 OnOTGranL ordinal: m b area behind Ec onogIadlye6dlemdenmearsandMs Sanitation Department. Orian Wells
Bradford County Public Library. Julie Wise, representing grants ly is being requested for MB. Wise reported a Brit .f gtnd .Day Chevrolet Co. bid $17,628 and Ter-
AARP Meets coordinator Linda Day, told city direct assistance to the not-for-profit news to tile city; IUI1dL 18be sad\)am came swap Gnnn the I bearing withrngcy willegar Ford bid$15,268 for similar,
Today... commissioners the grant is being agency, to be matched with local error .was made m oiiitfMlimg 8tae Bands.A formal appeal may but not identical vehicles.
The monthly meeting of the sought to assist the Bradford County funds, for a total grant request of Downtown BevJtalBKtani PtsDetZ lie nodleif; t&e city wishes to dose? The council voted to refer the bids
Bradford Chapter of the AARP Association for Retarded People in $572,753.Ms. contract, And the cit7at lie required SlId iiI's.IM:.
(American Association of Retired moving Sunshine Industries from its Wise told the commissioners a to fimd aa'uLmzaOdly t531q. Stsrte: ; af j ; m bat place on the IS see Request..p.2A)

Persons) is set at 12:30: p.m. today .
(Thursday, July 16) in the Senior
Citizens Center in back of the coun- TidewaterTo
ty courthouse.
Sandwiches will be served.

Members and interested personsare .
welcome to attend. Activitiesfor Lt '

the Bradford County Constitu-
tion Day will be discussed. tiiii Open
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A benefit cookout, Bar-B-Q
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chicken dinner, for Clarence Lee is \.: -y.\S .
set from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, In Starkeby
July 17, in the lot next to the Handy :c
Way Store at 520 E. Madison
Street. t.s Joe Gissy
Cost: $3.
BCT Stall Writer

Lib. Extends Hours... Tidewater Equipment Company of
Florida Inc. has purchased the
Due to the Library Agreement former Chrysler-Plymouth agency
between Santa Fe Community College building on US-301 south, and plansto
and the Bradford County operate a branch from that loca-
Public Library, the library is now tion in the immediate future.
until 7 each Thursday.
open p.m.
Tidewater which sells and services -
"Please visit and take advantageof
logging equipment, has 15
our extended hours of
branches in five southeastern states,
operation, invites Librarian Arnold I
Weeks. from Virginia to Florida. Three
branches are in Florida: Perry,

KPLOA Fish Fry... DeFumak Springs,and Palatka. The
Palatka branch will be moved to
Kingsley Lake Property Owners Starke in about 30 days.
Association members will have a
Some intenor is
fish fry Saturday night, July 18, at minor remodeling
.. needed before the move can be
the Civic Center at 7 Fish will .
p.m. .' .. made. Renovations done
are being
be provided and members are ask 0 -
Construction Co. of
by Henry Hodges
ed to bring desserts.
Maynard Cox, Clay County Lawtey.

authority on poisonous snakes, will "Service and parts is the key to
be guest speaker and will discusss the logging equipment business,"
the proper emergency treatment if says Branch Manager Paul Brooks.
bitten. "We are making an all out effort to
Voter registration books will be .be sure the customer is well serviced -
available at this time for persons ," he says. "Whatever it takes to
who wish to qualify to vote in make a customer satisfied is what

Precinct 5, Clay County After a Long, Long, Long Wait... we will do."

Library Party... Eunice Road (NW 105th Avenue) north of Lawtey is finally lM'ingpa"t"d The cwnty atw.seerircarid.nii>o.rti.apeeA.t Illestate'i1 klnll5Pft"' Tidewater market a full line of
The Franklin
this week. .. togging equipment:
can'a r rjsdi.eWork
The Summer Reading Programat County Commission Chairman Lawrence r pavractructMnJ t7.aioe....ati.aed 168.......DI5 and has nut gone skidders Prentice Loaders, Hydroax -
the Bradford County Public Moblry, left inspects the pavIng tree shears and feller-bunchers,
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will end 21 Job being done by Contractor Leonard Moore of Stark, at right r em.othlywhatwutinna4i\ : sraa ang5.Belatlsalse
Library Tuesday, July and Blu Ox whole tree chippers.The .
paving machine. Len Moore is on the At tunes star 111111**:*' fuMfe** rah .** Wr nod ta awake it
with a party at 10 a.m. for all .
pacMble. It Mitaatd eMiry Somr sr eoety pit "** wand W3- rain
children who have participated in is expected to be finished this week on the 2.7 mile road. It cost the would Ca.'M 8I..edaneo.eraivwia 'ifYus5Uinist.yddryenangltThe Starke branch will employ
this summer's programs. county around $400.000 to pave the 20-foot wide road but will solve one of -mty Ciin h.Wiat f> the worst mud problems of any road in the county. Money for the projecthas the has r.ck...the tiniwde gw>tdrwg arE Sir... iC- sales, one secretary, a service
Class of 1962... come primarily from the county's 4-cents per gallon tax: on gasoline. But it sM old lees ns_ ibne ttn.leieas. -. manager, a parts man, and

A reunion of the BHS Class of mechanics as needed.

1962 is set July 25 at the Starke
Golf & Country Club.

or Shirley For Dwayne more Morrison McRae information Bagwell, 9648098., call, 964-5150, Commission Frustrated with'Budget and Solid Waste Fundingby I

Stars Reunion... Buster Rahn request and adjust it either up or assessments Jar oon-reBtdBntud tibia Bane fanncdl a cooperative ef- Three other firms bid for the onetime
BCT Staff WriterIn down, before final approval. pertv owr. Bart She sob l waste disposal, in test.
The first annual "Reunion of the two meetings within the past LHIaf CKf Xamtstr August 21 at T Commissioners agreed to allow
Stars," the former Senior Boys seven days, each lasting three County department heads and Darrell O Neal. dreetor cl sulrf paa the amass will invite theUe&nSaevff ESE to rebid. and offered the other
team members, is set Saturday, July hours, Bradford commissionershave elected officials have requested a 5 Waste tmmigttt irnpittor prifl.ones delegates from their three firms the same opportunity.The .
25, beginning at 5 p.m. with a accomplished almost nothing percent pay raise for employees Cn commercial aDd ifwtnimtiffmfl: tQB- nB oame faarust to attend. and three firms which had bid correctly -
cookout, socializing, reminiscing, toward cutting the budget to fit incoming and that figure found favor with the titles m the county,prowtied tyPso- will aanny* ttt barrow proposals elected to stand on their
etc... revenues for 1987-88, or get- commission. While not cast in stone perty Appraiser Jaatay JUKXBCE. It toeibszClssiiim original bids, but ESE submitted a
For more information, contact ting a handle on the amount of commissioners indicated they will was immediately GbP.J u5 itDIIt. ittiile a KidHiclk will attend new bid.
Coach Jerry McGriff at BHS or at assessment for funding solid waste look favorably on the requested the iiiftH'iii' tMTii MJI VES the: fnytstfyappraiser's aeemngmsdidwaste disposal DIWbmrt Commissioner Chairman
home or Cassandra Kiser at the disposal.It amount of salary and wage increases needs lit was mf lUDJe uemnTtlssifayJlttyI&c Lawrence Mosley said it seemed
Starke Recreation Dept. isn't because they haven't tried. which will cost the countyan value m its present stung OB Mtae 2a "unfair to other bidders" but allowed
estimated additional $160,000 per commissioners prapaBcd the assessment the ESE bid to be opened, when
Budgeting Problems... year. O'NeaI Sold tile ennnn-- suWw ii IP W ttepl sirrple with indiatlnsd there was no objection from other

Humane Society... Wednesday, July 8, commis- The county is facing an estimated that Alvarez said the prmtuits are firms bang: :divided into HI twoeasevnrias.llgha commissioners.The .
baYY' -
met in a three hour session to $21,500 annual increase in the cost of "90 percent acnirat*.- OT&ead: and propswd bidsOrlando:
mnimmcuti bettanfled
The Bradford Humane Society review Sheriff Dolph Reddish's health insurance, CPA Pat Farn- the commiPhMmers Sound some properties Laboratories..$5,765
meets the first Thursday of each and reduce the sworth told the board. Clerk Brown duplications and 4nmm9finmfi wtaile am tBrce categnnesv based (Estimated)
in First budget request, ..... n One ammmt mf solid waste Savannah Laboratories.$3,995Firm
month at the
7:30p: m. overall budget.At told the commissioners that county poring over tile d.rhe -.

Presbyterian Church, opposite the an earlier meeting Clerk Gib employees cannot participate m the commissiuners dltfd"d tm re- nnes Wictti ayeatlfL cne gaceptuMV the conuniS'mn Enviropact) Inc. ......$3,537
hospital.members welcome. Brown told the commissioners "to state health policy. quest Alvarez ..*. was oat att IDle s >s agrwd nftr entity in thee (Firm)

New cut everything you can, and give me The state is self-insured for health July u meeting to two*wattaHnmB mry will B*? assessed;. including .Inc.$4,002 (Firm)
$500,000 in new revenue, and I'll insurance with Blue Cross-Blue in identifying tae 530 panoete 2n aI Ion -ltrexssnpt cWRJIes.aty The commissioners elected to accept -
balance the budget." Shield the the pl'JllkJUtLF the ad- anal ti&oe Dvopotie and even counrty the low bid, submitted by En-
Free Meals... After three hours of review, the The state administering contributes $122.80 program. tificatton of the pispetis. IDle -nne famines.Otmtooics viropact. Inc., of Jacksonville.
commissioners cut a net $350 from per number of stores, aparhsoeds. will not be asaessed.uicms .
Senior Citizens- and over: total requests. Enhanced revenues month, and the employee contributes mobile bonnes.CJl'athrJr ap'Lilies ---- T.br decided taxes
Free meals. Suwannee River were not discussed at this meeting. $55.64 for a family policy will !have 1. :te dmennincrl. ruts near Witt death .f the tax- Road Work...
Economic Council, Inc. 134 SouthSt. for a total of $178.44. possibly try on tbeaprtcheiikug Steve Hunter resident of Santa Fe
Sheriff Reddish is requesting an JPlB'-!
Starke between Brooker and the
a nutritionally Acres
additional deputy position, with at- The county is currently paying a O'Neal told the meeting thai Sin
asked the commis-
balanced meal Monday-Friday except Santa Fe River,
for the including total of for fami- DGamew.IBk, Water TestingBids..s-
holidays. tendant costs position, $208.26 per month a George Kirkpatrick: to grade some 400 feet of
another patrol car and incidental ly policy with the employee contributing advised counties not *.. (pass la a onar meeting bids were road sioners which the county had quit
items required, when $118.63 and the county assessments this tune since She -useont ey analysis ofwsookuss several Chair
another position is added. picking up the difference of $89.63. state DUgtltP''Jde--- .* wdls near the landCQf grading asked years Commissioner

Upcoming... The commissioners approved the Clerk Brown anticipates an increaSeof during a special seeonNovember. m. b1D,. FSr. Lee (Enni'miw man Wilbur Mosley Waters to inspect the right of
Both and and also 25-30 percent.Assessment. -- lame ttlrMt StieaeeaedEngineermg -
city county zoning requested position, approved way accompanied by road foremanJ.B.
boards set to meet the presented.That Carter said -By Aiovemter. one .fat ft GoansnUe.interpreted
are tonight budget request as Crawford and make a recommendation -
Woes... -- *- Obe '-- n mar and sub-
(Thursday July 16), hopefully to meeting is not necessarily ship will have.a.lftlady:1lft: f |f" to the board. Waters
finish some important business. the final word in budget approval Monday, July 13. commissionersmet Cn"---- on IIbddIdt IIIdDII a. comsat DId for **ft"g. agreed.
The county board of adjustmentwill The commission may revisit each to discuss solid waste disposal nounced a JDIItInCfIltbeU-- adtn' atom fiar ttte was testing

meet at 6:30: p.m. The Starke
Zoning Board's meeting Is set for 7

p be.m.heard Four and important are delayed issues from are to the X Mnke-I' In Hoard Zoning Meetings Set Tonight in City Hall I

previous meetings at which
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quorums were not present to do amai3rthoa .Bill Tiffin told developer for each of the 29 home
business. See article in this editionof by Buster Rahn County Business... City Zoning JlgrtMU_ The IkBupn*** mat informationpines sites.
The Telegraph. BCT Staff Writer The county board of adjustment The city: aonmg board a sflated b June S was correct butTiffin Six or eight local contractors have
Qualifying is set from noon July The local zoning office has set will hear a request by Edward T. bear 4 petitions sn ling f / ___.e.t. se -V1Jo..fttIIL: been contacted for building the
20 to noon July 24 for the upcoming three meetings for tonight Thurs- Gagnon for a special exception to meeting same Sept. 8 election In the City of day July 16, to hear request corning allow a concrete batch plant on property oppositMia from pns '"'H Ole fo Arms s 3MJW square feet. at this time said Tiffin.
Starke. Mayor Vernon Silcox, Com- before the city zoning board of and behind Mosley Tire Co.'r on the requested!! chanersFor abIr qg nauno square feet
missioner Charles Schaefer, City both city and county boards ad- US-301S. The land is classified industrial ........ IZUaasqnarefntforcopras Mobile Home Park...

Clerk Neil Tucker, and Police Chief justment.The but a special exception a a .... .wftKtt caDllllllleu&:: :;;Olan W.Barton of 308 N.Christian
Jimmy Bowen are up for re city zoning board's special required for concrete batch plants. *jtbe Prwpetty -- .IS*Starke, is requesting the rezoning -
election. session set for tonight will remain Guy and Julia Fayyttae.propeily 'eI5Ja'" gssTsl1Mrgap5: apRw of IS acres from RlC. to RM2.
The third Tuesday meeting of unchanged from the regular lies i>U yuuii SB-8S .... ::: .. .... ........r: by allowing the establishment of a
the city commission of Starke is set meeting, which was scheduled for City Bd. of Adjustment and Woodlawa SU.are rwagae> iga. _.., ... ..... ..wtKa t e"IiI mobile home park.The property lies
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21. June 25, and cancelled for lack--of.a*. board of will change deosttyr. ...-.., ;.. > Da".ra'Ulrl en the north bank of Alligator Creek
The regular monthly meeting of quorum. The city adjustment The JUracR1A. kd1i..s 1INIa..P..wttb-a let aseragm south of SR-lC East with entrance
the Zoning Board of Bradford Coun- The county board of adjustment, hear request by the First Baptist which fe9ims a.b wider. .--e mQIJ npmee set. on Thomas St.
of Starke to allow an -
at Church
ty is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 28, which could not muster a quorum exception baJ Jot..Lase mmnom id SASS
Starke hall. Its regularly scheduled meeting, to the ordinance prohibiting soquesting 'EfI5a sad a M ft. wide paved U the request is approved. Barton
the The
in city feeL : awe
The regular meeting of the Zon- June 30. scheduled to meet at 6:30: buildings exceeding 35 feet in bee lL square Forsytkes t. dtRIB. ff_....- settees,tenM...J>y cry aanmg fait plans to sell the property to Bobby
board meetingIs The church already exceeds 35 feet, a change wolf await Ste shdsarag. gis- former Bradford
ing Board of the City of Starke is p.m; The city zoning I'BCIuIa1II:: -miimi III-.. Se a and Agnes! Sapp.
set for 7 p.m; The city board of adjustment and would like to match the older iInI-* let panel send frontage.
set at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 30, In Is set to meet at 7:30: p.m., structure with the proposed new 10.000 square and ieetTiffin Owens, Inc. a bad : __aId...........nntnir MakC-Up..P.2A)
Starke hall.
the city .
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following the zoning board. building. realtor firm M swaeeewned o IIbe JiIImr". p

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Junior Varsity Tornado Cheerleaders... Tornado Varsity Cheerleaders_ .

I Members of the 1987-88 BUS junior varsity Back row- Holly Mersey, Teresa Bassett Jill Members of 1987.88 Bradford High varsity Back rowVicky(;Goodowns Kli/anrth Kimcll,Cindy I
cheerleading (I-r)
cheerleading squad ((1-r): Williams, Christy Gault Tavia lledding, Len Looney. Front : Samons, Selena Norman, Jiff Stickland.
Front rowDana Shannon. Apryl) Seeley Gayle Not shown: Kim Hoss, Misty .'111. Parado. Susan rowJennifer Crawford.Brown. Alisha Gruen, Trivia Nut shown: Amy Lewis.'
Douglas. Mindy Gnann.

I Tornado Cheerleaders Earn Honors in Summer Camp. CompetitionBradford I

High varsity and junior says sponsor Carol McLeod. home to be evaluated.The Thursday am very proud of both squads," each other and work well together as
varsity cheerleaders came away The BHS JV squad came away preliminary evaluations sent the Ms. McLeod, sponsor for both a squad,"
from summer camp with trophiesand with two excellent ribbons and four varsity squad into the final pom-pom : "The girls worked together "I was especially proud of the JV
ribbons after spending July 7-10 superior ribbons. The varsity squad competition Friday. Both BHS of two hours per day for squad, though. They are all so new
at Universal Cheerleaders Association came away with one excellent rib- squads qualified to compete in the prior to cam .It really paid and fairly inexperienced. But, they
camp at the University of bon and seven superior ribbons. cheer and sideline chant competi- year"I in my opinion,' Ms. McLeod really proved to me that they do
Florida, Gainesville.The Superior is the highest rating possi tions on Friday. The hours of learn have the potential I always thoughtwas
week was spent learning new ble.Each ing and practice were going to be put I had a feeling the var there. We're looking forward to
cheers, sideline chants stunts, squad also had the option of to the test. The pressure was squad might pull off the pom a great year supporting our boys and
pyramids and a porn-porn routine. bringing a porn-porn routine from building as each squad showed its competition. They really like girls in all their sports."

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8.30-4:00: : Sat.A Jo Specialty A:n Gift n Slop S ((904))964-1947 Starke Council Approves Grant Requestfrom I

a We have just received some exciting new mer ( Page IA) Weldon, director of the Starke"Electric family residences.The Mayor Silcox said the approvalwas
ehandise Come in soon and check It out. to a committee for review and a System. south side of the street is zoned made because the present MH is
Our children's corner is greatly expanded with recommendation. RM2,which allows mobile homes, a health hazard, and to deny the
with Recommendations for acceptanceof Mil Replacement... Biggs said the Mil being replaced is replacement will create a hardshipfor
some very unique items. Our canteens a bids for chlorine and batteries by Councilman Bobby Biggs chair- in a poor state of repair, and it is the Franklins.The .
secret straw have been very popular! bond trustees was approved..The bid,, man of the Zoning Committee, preferable to have a new mobile
Also, our selected items at summer sale prices by Westinghouse for station bat recommended that Bobby Franklinbe home. motion to approve the requestwas
are unbeatable. teries was $7,520 some $5,000 lower allowed to replace a mobile homeat made contingent to its meeting
than the one other bid received. The 1199 E. Crum St., with another Terence
We appreciate your patronage) City sewer and water is now legal criteria by attorney
council accepted the Westinghousebid mobile home, although the north available, and the replacement will Brown, who did not attend the
contingent on approval by Bill side of the street is zoned RIA,single be connected to citv utilities. meeting

WindowDressings Three Makeupfrom I

( Page IA) munity Commercial District, B-2. wards Road, to the Industrial Park.
County residents,who currently live Buildings have been removed from If the request is approved, it will
in Atlanta, Ga. the property,and commercial structures clear the way for developing a large
Several acres of the land are taken are expected to be built,across area, in the corner of Edwards Road
up with utility easements held by from The Market Place. and US-301 South, being eyed by the
Florida Power and Co., and
Light John S. Clark Construction as a
the City of Starke. Florida Rock...
The Bradford County Industrial
Dress Your Windows With Character Orange St. Shops... Authority is taking the Initiative to possible site for a Food Lion grocery
Belco Enterprises, owned by Guy rezone 5 acres in the Industrial store plus several other shops. Pro-
and Tom Andrews, is requesting the Park, from Industrial I to IndustrialII perty owners hold options to sell
rezomng of 2.36 acres fronting on the to accomodate the moving of their property for development pen-
west side of Orange St., from Florida Rock's concrete batch plant ding the move of the Florida Rock
Residential-Professional to Corn- from its present location on Ed- concrete plant.

"'h PriceSale' I Qualifying- .: for City Election-. Set July- 20 I I

Qualuying is set from noon Mon pieung! nis loin year on the city com- city councIl.
July 20,until noon Friday,July mission and is the senior count Registration books close Aug.7 for
daY/or a "uig year" Starke election cilman. Commissioner Charles the Sept. 8 election.
LEVQLOR with four veteran politicians up for Schaefer,Group 2,is completing his There are currently 2,314 nameson
VerticalsFree reelection.Up 15th year on the council. Schaeferwas the city voting list, but the Brad-
out one year when beaten by the ford County Elections Office, which
Estimates for re-election in an Sept.8 vote late Ted Oglesby but came back the also handles registrations for all
..... are Mayor Vernon Silcox and Coun- next year, beat Joe Warren and municipalities in the county,is in the
InstallationsFree cilman Charles Schaefer, Police regained his seat'on the council. middle of purging the Starke voting
Free Chief Jimmy Bowen and Clerk Neil Chief Bowen is completing his 14th list and the total will probably be
Tucker. year as police chief. Prior to that reduced by 300 or 400 names, says
Valance Mayor Silcox, Group 4, is com- Chief Bowen served two years on the Deputy Election Clerk Carol Milner

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.Plastic Shades 1.2, Pr-Ice COMMERCIAL CUSTOMERSOF


Imported English Lace Effective July 1 1987, the State Legislature

'tablecloths, Bedspreads, enacted the new Sales Tax Law. Among its provi-

Curtain Panels sions is the taxation of garbage services and

sewer services for commercial uses. Therefore,

I on your August 1. 1987 bill and thereafter all

Mickey Huber, owner commercial customers will be billed the 5 % sales

We accept Visa ,DaY Evening tax on all garbage services and sewer services.
& Weekend Appointments
and rCharge Sincerely, i

Serving Starke, Keystone, and Gainesville Neil Tucker i

1-377-1248 City Clerk I II


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by Joe GissyBCT construction," says Weldon, "and ., --
Staff Writer this is highly unusual." The work is -
The power sub-station in Starke is being done with the wires "hot,"and
being remodeled and two new high no widespread outages are an-
voltage lines, one north and one ticipated.
south, are replacing existing lines. "Perhaps some local short term
These lines are now handling all interruptions, 4 or 5 homes at one
they can carry, and must be upgraded time, may occur, but nothing
in order to allow for future needs, major," he says. ,
says Bill Weldon, director of the
Starke Electric System. Future Needs...
Cost of the project will be about These lines are the last major con I
$700,000, says City Clerk Neil struction for at least eight years. f
Tucker, who noted the project is being The core of the city will remain on
done without a bond issue, using the 4,160 KV system now in use. :f" l
money on hand and Interest. About .,
$294,000 of that amount will be spenton Multiple Sources... .
the substation remodeling. Starke has used 15 sources of .. ---- ,.. i
Transmission voltages are now at power already this month, Weldon ,- .- :. .: j.
4,160 KV, and will soon be increasedto reports. _.-- -'..- ;.\, .
13,800 KV "There are few It costs Starke around $40 per 1,000 'fI '
very .* ..,_. .. ... 1.
4,160 KV lines left in the state of KWH to generate power, and $45 to -., .(J"
Florida," says Weldon, buy from Florida Power. ,,,..-- :, ,. '.' ;. -
The higher voltages will result in Other sources of power are as low ....t,." ,,
reducing the losses from the lines as $19 per 1,000 KWH. These cheaper .. -.lIJ.. .,- ;" /, ."' ::. _
during transmission, as well as In- sources are available only during .. ,If':, ., .t.. ,
crease the capacity of the system. nighttime and early morning hours, - ".'
"We now have a maximum but are used when available.
capacity of 500 amps per phase," Power Crew Remodels Substation...
says Weldon, "and we actually exceeded Savings Realized..,
that on one occasion recent- Weldon estimates Starke is saving Workers for J. L. Malone Associate, Electrical Contractors, are section of Starke, west to the Vo-Tech School. A second: line running I
ly. Generally, the draw is in the $40,000 month not buying remodeling the Starke power plant sub-station on East Call Street and south along S.R. 100, and west through the industrial park to U.S. 301 will
per by the also be Cost of the entire will he '.("" .
range of from 420 to 480 amps," from Florida Power. This affects the upgrading Church Street trunk line which: feeds power to the north r upgraded. rw- project $7IM'
which is getting mighty close to the fuel adjustment surcharge on Starke -
limit. electric bills. There has been a 1lY
A 13.8 MKV line will carry three credit, rather than a charge, each The "Dog Days"of summer
times as much power with less month since May of 1986 on utility St. EdwardsIs get their name from the canine
resistance.The bills in Starke.Emergency. constellation known as PONY
first line to be upgraded is the N Sinus,because it appeared in For Sale
Church Street line, running north Procedures... the sky during the hottest
along Church Street, and west to the Representatives of all General I x days of the year. It's 8,6 light 2V2 Yr. Old Filly
Vo-Tech school. This line is scheduled Utilities meet monthly in Tampa, to years from earth and over Pretty & Energetic
to be activated in late August. update and coordinate the Assigned four billion years old. $200
The other line runs south along generating capacities of all the 55 782-3872 alter 6
SR-100 to the city limits, then west plants in Florida. p.m.
through the Industrial Park, to Starke has the smallest
US-301. This portion should be ready generating capacity in Florida, but New PastorBy INDEPENDENTCHURCH
by late November, and will be in is frequently called on to supply OF GOD
place if Food Lion or Wall-Mart power to the Florida grid
emergency OF PROPHECY. INC. Americans go bananas over
comes in, as is speculated.
"If a heavy industry would locatein network.Each generating plant in the net- Joe GissyBCT nr, Revival Center bananas pounds, eating bananas about 6 billion

the industrial park now, we would work must keep in reserve a percen- Staff Writer 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave. They are America's annually No.
have to run a special line to give tage of its capacity for emergency Father Philip R. Gagan has been Wod. 7 p.m. Sun. 2:30 p.m. 1 selling fruit
them service," says Weldon. situations, and supply the require- assigned to St. Edwards Catholic
Poles, conductors, insulators, connectors ment when called upon.If Church in Starke by Bishop John L' .
,and all hardware now in use a generator anywhere in the net- Snyder, Bishop of St. Augustine
is being repaired, replaced and improved work goes down, the reserves of all Diocese, of the Roman Catholic STARKE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
as needed, as the work proceeds the others is called in to fill the need Church.Fr. CHURCH OF GOD Hwy 16 & Weldon St Stork
until the failing generator is back on
line. The reserve capacity at all Gagan comes to Starke from 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Working Hot... times must be equal to the capacityof Assumption Parish in Jacksonville, Walter f. Monti, Pastor Morning Worship 11 p.m.
"Outages are being held to a the largest generator in the where he has been assistant pasTor:,** We Invite you to worship with us. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
minimum, in this conversion and system. Born in Rochester N. Y. of Irish Atl.nd. ..<&01 descent Sunday School . . 10 am
Father Gagan attended . .11amfraning Staff Nursery AvailableRev.
( Morning Worship
Boston College, where he studied Father Philip R. Gagan Sarvlco . . 6 pmWedn.sd. Stephen R. Pippin, Pastor
UJt Philosophy; he studied history at h . 3Opm 964.6971
ItJ'1' St. Edwards Vei
'In Fordham University in The Bronx, New Pastor at
and took his theology courses at
Loyola University of Chicago.He .

was a member of the Society of
I Jesus, better known as the Jesuit
IFlir'i.( 14 Order, for fifteen years, and taught"in
the Jesuit high schools in New
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Father Gagan was ordained a
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Assumption parish before coming to ( "\ \

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I Father Gagan, in addition to his .
parish work, is assigned as archivist x ,
,, and historian for the St. Augustine
Diocese. In this capacity, he is the
keeper of historical records dating
Tel-Med Services Offered... back to the very beginning of St. f
Augustine, the oldest city in the new Sa
Hospital Auxiliary member Bobbl) Moore Is ,distributing a brochure
world. "We have actual written
250; three to five minute which medical: and
listing over tapes : explain
records dating back to 1594, some 29
health qUl'slion'lhich can: be heard by dialing 96 -III96, and asking for '
years after the founding of the city,
the tape of your choice by number. For complete deatils. see article In Father Gagan says. "About that aYt
section 2, page 3. time pirates had burned the city, /
Francis Drake being one of them,
and we believe that is why earlier
:f; WARREN'SPlumbing rpcords have not been found."

The Department of State of the
& Elec. Services State of Florida has appointed Fr.
Gagan to the "Spanish Missionary F
LL. can help with those badly Trail Committee, with the purposeof
locating, excavating, studying,
needed Home Improvement and preserving, the Old Spanish
I "'I I Catholic Missions and mission trailsof
Projects! Florida, dating back to the 16th to
18th centuries.

Chairman of the committee is Dr.
i CALL TODAY Michael Gannon, Department of
History, of the University of Florida
in Gainesville. The committee will
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et)1TOR1ALSThe Boy Sleepwalker and 'Refractory' Horse

Make NewsMany

strange and sometimes amusing
incidents have occured in Starke during

Choice Is to Raise $500,000Or its 130-year history, as recounted in old
issues of the Bradford County Telegraph. .

Cut Li! Amount Among these are the case of Master Dan
Expenses ;.e Powell, who at the age of 12, apparently
staged a sleep-walking act in 1897 that

County commissioners struggled political liabi1i It the appraiser or aroused great concern in the community;
an incident In 1912 in which a prominent
several hours the other night to cut a collector contests his/her budget, and citizen of Starke almost lost his life when
net$357 from the proposed $5.6 million forces the commission to raise taxes, it his horse was frightened by one of those
1987-88 budget. would probably translate into a new-fangled "Brush" automobiles; and

More was cut but the commissionersalso political issue two years from now. the troubles of the Hampton Fire Depart-

increased some items in the None of this is to suggest that Appraiser and ment couldn't in 1913 connect when they to the arrived fire plug.at a fire

budget It was a typical initial budget Jimmy Alvarez or Collector
Esther Hall will ask for unrealistic Details of these front page stories are
cutting session. The was more
given below as reported in The Telegraphon
than anything else probably budgets, or appeal them. We do sug- those dates'YOUNG:

familiarizing itself with the new gest some communication is needed
between the parties. The board is SLEEPWALKER
budget. Firemen Had It in 1913
Hampton Tough
Commissioners don't really get working well with the two officials on CAUSES EXCITEMENT

serious until the second or, maybe the the solid waste assessment. In fact, (Telegraph,July II. 1897) Kickliter, also bound for the lake, reachedthe
third session. From now on each will without the help of Appraiser Alvarez, Master Dan remembered nothing of the scene a few minutes after the accident
doubtful if the board could Master Dan Powell, the 12-year-old son circumstance, and was as much surprised When
have a better idea where he wants to it is carry and took Mr.Ritch in his buggy. they
else know that he had taken
of Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun Powell as anyone to a
off establishing a special taxing reached the home of Col. Peek at the lake a
chop. a feat a few nights ago that will probably midnight promenade. physician was called from town, Mr.
district and the assessment.
In the middle of these sessions by charging his to be wat-
cause parents very POPULAR BANKER hitch's injuries were attended to and he is
the way is a good time to approach the Alvarez, for instance, is locating chful of his movements at night in the ALMOST LOSES LIFE now safe on the road to recovery.
commission about aspect of the mobile homes in setting up the special future. Late in the night he left his
any assessment role. bedroom and went to the Commercial (Telegraph,Aug. 16, 1912) FIRE AT HAMPTON

budget.roll By around the time the budget is set hear and The plain fact is, the commissionershave Hotel, a distance of several blocks, wherehe James H. Ritch Jr., the popular assis- IS COMEDY OF ERRORS
ings aroused Rodman Jones and called for
a difficult time deciding where to tant cahsier of the Bradford County Bank, (Telegraph,Oct.n, 1913)
the commissioners are loathe to Mr. N.J.Jones proprietor of the hotel. Mr. horse late
cut the budget. How can the commis- Jones was awakened and went at once to got in bad with a refractory At about 9 o'clock Monday night the
it. laid with
change afternoon and is a
Tuesday up fire.
home of E. H.Jones was destroyed by
where the fat is which see what the wanted.He .
sioners know man
As usual this year Sheriff Dolph young broken rib and some painful bruises. We are advised that the loss is partly
Reddish has assured the commissionhe line item is expendable? was told by Master Dan who sobbedas Mr. Ritch was on his way to Kingsley covered by insurance. When the fire alarm
won't appeal his budget that the If the board is really serious about if in great distress, that his mother was Lake and when opposite J.D. Roney's was sounded,the fire department responded -
sheriffs budget will be decided right cutting the budget, much time and ,very ill and that he was sent by his fatherto place undertook to drive the horse past a immediately with 400 feet of hose,
ask Mr. Jones if he could not send someone etc., but on attemptingto
automobile driven Edwin nozzles, couplings
tedium would be saved if the commis- Brush by
there in the Bradford courthouse. It's a
to assist him in the sick room. Mr. discoveredto
Freeman. He was aware that the horse couple to a fire hydrant they
pretty good method for the sheriff who sion simply asked department heads to Jones had lately been quite indisposed was very much afraid of automobiles, but their amazement that the services of a
points to the lowest per capita law enforcement trim five percent, or whatever amountthe himself,and fearing the effects of the nightair as the machine had been stopped and was wrench were required. After some delay
expenditure in the state. board decides, from their budgets.The called Owen Owens, the night clerk at standing noiselessly in the road, he and some profanity a wrench was for-
the hotel,and asked him to accompany the The nozzle was attached to the
department heads know where thought he could without accident. thcoming.
sheriff addi- pass
The board the the
gave boy home and ask if Mr. Powell would like the horse seemedto hose and all was in readiness to attack the
When the machine
their be cut. near
tional deputy and carSheriff Reddish can to have a doctor sent for. flames when-imagine the astonishment
and to
mad with plunge
fright began
The main problem really is the go
lion-hearted firemenitwas
requested.In and backwards and and disgust of our
finally falling
contrast the commissioners are county commissioners are reluctant to Arriving at the house Dan led Mr.Owens landing with its head inside the buggy. Mr. discovered that the reducer used to
cut services they as needed around the back way and when he came to and dismounting connect the hose to the fire plug had been
afraid of the budgets of the property perceive: left him Ritch was not hurt at this time -
the steps at the back porch, loaned to someone who had forgotten to
and don't line items be the
know which can from the buggy soon got
appraiser and tax collector which can and repaired to
without further ceremony When the animal return it. The Chief scratched his head and
be appealed to the Department of cut without hurting needed operations.But his bedroom. Mr. Powell was awakenedand horse dIsentangled.seemed quiet he undertook to thought, and thought, but memory played
they've got Clerk Gib Brown's ad- asked if he had sent his son to the again who had
Revenue in Tallahassee.This is a gripeof replace the harness, and it was then that him false-he could not remember
the board every year but has yet to monition to raise $500,000 in new hotel. He replied that he had not, and the accident occurred. No sooner had the borrowed it. So, after some delay and
and cut can thought there had been a mistake, as his some more profanity, it was decided, as
be brought out into a direct confrontation revenue everything they hours. harness been placed on the horse's back
with the appraiser and collector. from the budget. If that is done, the son had been in bed there several than it began to plunge and paw madly. the building had already burned away and
clerk he can balance the new Fearing injury, Mr. Ritch made a step the darkness placed the firemen at so
says He assured that his had been
Here the board needs to take a was son disadvantage, to adjourn until
backward and tripped and fell great a
bill.Hopefully in doing so ;
spending there and to the
stronger stance. Board members finally went boy's
moment the horse tangled in morning.
it won't be just a tax rais- bedroom him in bed sound at the same
finding asleep;
should realize these budgets can't be but a little investigation showed that his the harness, fell on its side, and in Promptly at 7:30 Tuesday morning duty
too far out of line without becoming aI ing year. feet were covered with sand and his night scrambling to get up rolled on Mr. Ritch, was resumed, the reducer found, the apparatus -
clothes were wet with dew. It then dawnedon breaking one of his ribs and skinning his returned to the city hall and the
forehead painfully with its hoof. department awaits the next call to fight
Mr. Powell that his son was a somnambulist -
and had been walking about town in Mr. Ritch was able to get up and make the "grim destroyer.-Hampton News,
his sleep. his way to a seat in the automobile. J. F. Oct. 17, 1913.
I Landfill Expenses Make

Waste Collection Fees Inevitable Committee Named to Promote Constitution Centennial EventsTwelve

If you think Solid Waste Supervisor accept garbage, estimated at $50,000 projects in support of the Weeks City-County, including ProclamationsJewelle media for schools.

Darrell O'Neal's $415,000 budget request per acre. An engineering study cur- Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution were Brown and B.C. Holtzendorf.
for zoning solid waste disposal rently under way is supposed to recom- outlined at a recent meeting of the Brad- School EventsJim Duncan and James

and mosquito control is expensive you mend the best way to dispose of solid ford County Bi-Com Constitution Wainwright.

ain't seen waste. That may be a joint effort and a Bicentennial Commission), LandscapingMarjorie Thomson, Reg-
nothi'y't.The Bernie
on SR-100 near central landfill for small counties, or Guy Andrews was elected chairman of gie SpeechesPresentationsChuck

Keystone Heights will be filled up in hauling to a central burning site. Any the local commission with Gene Matthewsas McKeown. ...

two years or less. The county commis- way you look at the problem, it looks co-chairman: in charge of publicity. arctnreni+ a' MusicMarjorie Thomson.
Jack Eckdahl, executive director of the
TheatreBernie McFadden.
sion has been given estimated closing .
of Commerce appointed
Chamber was Media- Terry Vaughn, Gene Matthews
costs of $55,000 per acre distributedover board must put aside money for chairman of the countywide ConstitutionDay Jack Eckdahl.
20 years or $1.1 million by the these upcoming expenses.It to be held in Starke on September 17, Street BannersJoan Hall Junior ChurchesJerry Patton.

Department of Environmental Regula- all adds up to a monthly garbagefee the date of the document's signing. Woman's PublicationsOlivia Club. Scott and Arnold Legal groupsBill Bessent.
Other committee assignments are:
tion. That's just to close the landfill to for every household, business,

prevent contamination of groundwater school, and church.

around the landfill, and monitor the County commissioners have been

site for 20 additional years after clos- tossing around figures of $50 to $70 per County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor

ing- year. No matter what the figure, the
If any of the four test wells from commissioners will catch flak about it.

which water will be soon be drawn and If the fee is set too low, they'll be forc- Using the right amount of the right When you notice the first signs of fungus

tested under DER regulations shows ed to come back in a year or two and fungicide is essential for effective plant Applying Fungicidessave disease, usually leaf spots or blight, you
the buried waste is polluting the raise it. disease control. But, that's only half the can be fairly sure that the effected plants
battle! You must also know when to applythe that
plants or plant parts are already
groundwater costs will skyrocket. A $100 per year, or $8.33 per month, selected material. Unfortunately, infected. They can only limit the spread of have been l infected for at least three days,
tea colored jar of water in which the would allow the board to run the solid many gardeners may find timing to be as a disease to healthy plants. So, it's very and perhaps as long as two weeks. Symp-
sediment included what appeared to be waste operation now, plus put aside confusing as chemical selection. important to begin a fungicidal spray program toms of bacterial leaf spots and downy
rust particles grease and sand was some funds for heavy future expenses. Fungicides work by preventing plant at the first signs of attack or, better mildews usually appear three to ten days
diseases. They serve as shields against In- yet, even before you notice any symptomsat after infection.Other leaf diseases have incubation -
delivered to the commission last week a low fixed income -
Perhaps, persons on ,
fection, not cures. These chemicals can'tLetters all. periods of from seven to ten daysin
by the Gainesville engineering firm could pay less. some cases as long as from ten to four-
which installed the wells. That water There'll be flak, no matter what the teen days.

may not be polluted but to the untrained fee. The repercussions would probablybe

eye of this reporter it certainly had no worse at $100 than $50 per year.It J( to the Editor Generally, the longer the incubation
the of pollution. period, the slower a disease spreads, and
appearance would be a shame for the commIs- the more easily it can be controlled. Obviously -
And. we haven't even talked about sioners to take the flak and not solve then, diseases that have short incubation -
buying property for a new landfill,and periods,such as bacterial blights
the costs of preparing the new site to the problem. Hampton Water System Reader Says If Laws and snowy mildews, are the most difficultto
Financed by Grant control.
Were Broken, Blame
And FmllA LoanTo Lies With CongressmenThank Other variables, such as weather condi-

I Solve the Citizens of Hampton: tions, cultural controls, fungicide toxicity,
Trying to Dumping Problems In the Telegraph of June 25 there was an God for the Iran Contra investigation. and spray application techniques also will
article pertaining to our water system in U has brought to light the fact that have some effect on your attempt to con-
Taking out the garbage is not a Hampton. An officer of our city had said American heros do still live and function in trol a disease. But, the one factor that will
supervise each convenience center we have a 99-year loan on our water spite of the fact that our Representativesin have the most influence is the time at
favorite chore for anyone: however during the hours each is open. Hours system. Washington tried to pass laws preventing which you begin your spray program. As I
being able to dispose of the garbage in this.Thank .
said the earlier the
you begin, more suc-
would be For the of
staggered so some stations benefit those who have forgotten -
the most convenient eases the cessful will be.
way would be open after regular working the ones who have moved here since, God for Ronald Reagan, William you
burden. and the ones we hope move here in the Casey,John Poindexter,and Oliver North.If .
After going to the trouble to collect hours. future, our system was financed with a 75 they have indeed, broken any laws then You should always inspect your plants
household refuse and take it to one of Paying five fulltime employees to percent grant of$167,000 and a FmHA loan the guilt should lie squarely on the carefully and frequently/ ,and begin spray-
the county "convenience centers," the man the dumping site will be expen- of $91,300. The loan was financed for 36 shoulders of our elected officials in ing seem at that the first extensive sign of disease infection. It may
sive. years with four of them already paid up, it Washington D.C. symptoms
newest name for the five dumping stations leaves 32 more to develop overnight. However, a few spots
around the county, it would be a But, most of all, public access to the years pay. it they were fulfilling their oath of office, always appear on the leaves before a sud-
inconvenience to find the station dumping stations would be severely We all worked very hard for the grant then there would be no law against fightingor den explosion of symptoms. And, you
great curtailed. and loan and were very fortunate to get it. denouncing Communism. I only wish should remain alert for these early warnings -
closed. What are exasperated I hope the citizens of Hampton Villa are as there were more Oliver Norths and fewer Also if you know from past experience -
The would be better served
residents going to do? Some dump public by lucky, because we all know what bad of the likes of the Bolands Tip O'Ndte. that a disease problem is likely to
their garbage outside the gate when leaving the dumping stations (conve- water is. Daniel Inouyes, Rudmans and Cohens.:W It develop, you should begin a spray program
the gate is found to be locked. nience centers) unmanned and open 24 Lola Williamson were possible, then let there be an otherNorth before you tee any symptoms at all.
commissioners. hours hours a day for disposal of household Box 13,Hampton or a likeness run for the offices they Then, continue spraying at the intervals
County spent garbage. Public access would be max- now have, or have had, and let the suggested on the product label.
July 6 discussing how to control such illegal American public purge these offices and
imized. Probably a clean-up crew of Unsigned Letters
dumping of garbage with Sheriff restore faith again in these elected officials.
Dolph Reddish State Attorney Investigator inmate laborers could police each site Will Not Be PrintedTo .
Wiley Clark Solid Waste daily Household garbage should be Concerned Citizen of Bradford Coun- Edwin F.Johns

Supervisor Darrell O'Neal and Attorney placed in biodegradable garbage bagsto ty: Rt.3, Box 347,Starke

Reggie Flynn.The fact of life is, cut down on loose trash which cur It is the policy of Th Telegraph and
decorates most other not to publish let-
Clark rently our highways. newspapers Police Department
Sheriff Reddish and Investigator
Current law ters submitted without being signed by the
county requires that
explained to get a conviction for illegal writer,who must also give his or her name Thanked for Help
dumping requires a witness that white goods (appliances and metals) and telephone number,U any. In Jewelry Theft

actually sees fee act take place; and and other bulky items, be taken to the This applies to the letter with a Lawtey The family and staff of Williams Jewelry
main landfill on SR-100 near Keystone of the would like to express their sincere thanks
who can recognize the illegal dumperand postmark concerning/employees
This law should be and to the members of Starke
Heights. appreciation
vigorously office.
Starke Driver's License
later date. .
identify the culprit at a The Belt X-1
enforced. Police Department for the courteous, expedient wit the tint
Names found in garbage prove only Although names will be withheld from way in which they handled. the plane to officially exceed
who the garbage belongs to. not who Most residents would cooperate with publication, upon request the paper must Jewelry store's recent robbery. .:... the speed of toond. it wit
such an operation, we believe. A know who is responsible for each letter r ? flown on October 14
dumped it at the gate. stakeout in problem areas could be us- published in case statements contained in The on-going investigation has been 1947 by Major Charles E:
Getting a conviction would require astake ed to make examples of flagrant and the letter need to be veriflml. handled professionally and with extreme Y..g.r. The plan was
out at ji dumping site.a time con- courtesy., nicknamed "Qlimorout
suming and expensive operation. intentional violations. If the writer of this letter will come by ".t ir Gtonnlt."

Sheriff Reddish pointed out. The place we live should be kept :our office and sign in the prescribed man- We thank you all once again.
to clean. Most of us want it that'Way. ler, we will be glad to publish the letter. Williams Jewelry
Current plans are to pay a perxon -The Editor

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July It.on mJt,gisr91Hampton / ....S&

to Get Grant

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4));n r Gtik l yra For Water Project *

by Joe Gissy adis.t a it tdlttaa t1f.18, ..eSeIIid
.y BCT Staff Writer
Council ctJairmMI'1ed Curls said .asee DRndIr .nra
U.S. Rep. Bill Grant, TVHUrrttMni, at ..ayiketqa tlleily GIIR> _
'. and State Rep- Way_ HetUingsworUj. 'De aiiroc4:1: _r t.e>ei..e trifail
i ,7 fl-Lake tt dy. -fop m promised !tit s tfltleNt.i!5a..
*grant of f UwWOwaHttmaiMmt' lh.ev rtttaaeS" isik sate o llrttaY
two fl ODthS." to suit mater. tttoe y--R e.llf rte at-. .fiefte
+ ::0.
; Hampton Villas. .
1'- J r i sa realasa
\ r This is virtually assured.! Uney say", J-IP--mES.
t and will !be a""fne gram."" sand tla a IL tiliti,i.;
Chairman Curtis. IIaft7 ..... __ -
ad -at c.mr esss-l attatles -
Waste Assessment: are a. e....0'S'aI.nose siad
A delegation from Mae County 111IIIII re tsor ttacatpmiilarv.etratae
r iqF Commission presented a prcpunJ, to t.rllf IIro a.e 5 00T t5tteir
L'' the Council for its approval, -.r.-S111111" _J.cJrrddC1.rr .
F % whereby the county could levy a -dIdt.
special assessment to afaecJaamntf .. aa ...... 11:4: III.
.. Hampton for disposal elf svttid .caa.,toeIrlwu.__......
., wastes. 1 line a III.iwe tdiestasis aIIoeIII.-
+ ..hI.. No figure could be quoted fir Uie ..._ .'Dee..toeIrHIiIr
e-rrsr... ...
,.', ? assessment, until a eourty wade ,- .II
survey of tbe properties no the OHB- L 1110. a--.e.1IIiaI!' .
... ty is finished. tthe Saepa_tiaulsrpoptfaredt.
:: .le4ig ft..as jp1D a1Cr a3e cIIT
/ The Council Hesitates dIII......iteaQLlt.15 atttl BZaNdeiath. ..
t l "I've beard $50 per bansrtnlld- .....'--1--...._Qvf.._L o ._
said Curb! "You're not taUragg, va..ofd t.>f tllte'larat.elr

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A Study Over a Road Closing...

County commissioners agreed July 6 to close part of an unused road in return, pointing out that in 1959 residents! had to deed land to the county to Morgan Road Baptist CLuu.hII
Cypress Shores on the north side of Little Santa Fe Lake, but not without get back some right of way. Commissioners said the law has changed
some study and some questions from Santa Fe Lake resident Harold Hill and approved the request 4-1. Commissioner Joe Itiddick opposing,closing -
in photo above. the unused road, and the land will revert to the adjoining property
The platted but unused road In Cypress Shores was closed at the re- owners. 2O-24
quest of lake residents James and Mary Austin,represented by attorney Commissioners! in photo are l-r) Wilbur Waters Joe Riddick E.L. July
Dudley Hardy. Hill, said it seems the county ought to eel other land in (Nook) Norman, Chairman Lawrence Mosley, and :Maxie Carter Jr.
&45 p.m. to 9 pjtt. Nightly


Brooker Enters Into Inter-Local Agreementby Ages: 3 Years to 13 Years

Commit/ Rood 233 -SttmrteChildren's
Buster Kahn upon recommendation by attorney Housing and Urban DevelopmentHUD Tommy's Vest... -- -
BCT Staff Writer Blinn. ( ) have not reached an agree-
Councilwoman Sue Davis -
A lengthy discussion followed con- ment to pay the assesssment. proposed -- -
commissioners Joe Rid-
County the city purchase a bullet proof
cerning the methods to be used in administering
dick and Wilbur Waters, accompanied the While vest for City Marshal Tommy
by Darrell O'Neal, Directorof ) program. Insurance Survey... Raulerson. When it was suggestedthat
Bradford County has made no provision CrusadeWith
Solid Waste visited the Brooker
vests "won't work if not being
Brooker has been attempting to
council meeting, Tuesday, July 14, for hardship cases, Blinn said "
Raulerson told the council,
get a review of its fire fighting worn
Union County decided to hear cases the Oovra
to update the council on solid waste Pepper
"If the people of Brooker think
for time the
capabilities some with
on an individual basis. Out of 200
disposal, and offer Brooker the op- for exemptions Union applicants hopes of getting its rating reduced enough of me to buy a vest, I'll wearit. f f9L.PuffcA Maau&rf f.3 ir mgTemme
to with the and "
portunity join
county County commissioners granted ex- from 10 rate, to something lower, e ErmSc &Otflwsrs
other within the
municipalities county The council approved purchase of -
emption to only 16 individuals and hopefully, an 8 rate. City Clerk Lin-
in a single billing system. families. da Robinson told the council the the safety equipment at a cost of
City attorney Roger Blinn,aiao the Attorney Blinn said Union County survey has been made, and chancesof $352. .
county attorney for Union County, Clerk Robinson reminded the
getting a reduction from 10 rate to
had attempted to assess prisons
provided additional information in council of the of havinga
9 rate Is contingent procuring a importance 7:30
within the county, without success. upon July nightly
reference to the assessment for solid 18,19
quorum at each meeting for the
However, Blinn believes prisons 24 foot extension ladder for the fire
waste disposal since Union County department. In order to reduce the next several weeks, since it is Fh
contract with the counties for
went through a similar process may time,and lack of
further the budget preparation Joriksomwiffle
rating city must own a
solid waste disposal as a service.
several months ago,and Blinn gained a hinders the process. Two
pumper with the ability to pump 500 quorum
The of
acres prison propertyon
valuable experience in the area. council members were absent from
rather than the
gpm, presently own-
which UCI and FSP are located,
Blinn told the that the town
group the July 14 meeting.
ed fire truck which
can only
lying In Bradford and Union Counties pump
of Raiford did not sign the inter-local
were removed from the tax 250 gpm. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
agreement, when offered by Union
roll in the late 1960's. The council voted to buy a ladder, Wide ..
County. Raiford elected to pay the Another problem facing commissioners in compliance with the requirement, Open Spaces. RA 230 A- BerineJ Chun Stood
. cost from city coffers. for a cost of $360. No action Alaska America's largest state Loon
-- said Attorney Blinn, will be was,. ODQUHH, Ptafitor
The Brooker council passed'the"motion the tii. of T.xahas fowar
collecting from public housing taken on renovating the fire truck, twice
to enter into the agreement. developments. The federal agency, or procuring a replacement. p.opl. than any other state. .


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1 Tina Bowen, Guy Parrish

,Many in Starke Ceremony

ocial ems Tina Mane Bowen and Guy Wayne
Parnsh were wed at 4:00 p.m. April
k 3& in St. Edward's Catholic Churchin
Weddings Births ClubXcws Starke with Father Patrick Foley .

Engagements Church Social ETcnts conducting the ceremony.The ,
XevrsEngagements i bnde is the daughter ot Jim
my and Sandra Bown ot Starke. The r;

r-. groom is the son of Wayne and Jewn ,
Parrish of Brooker. {

A program of nuptial music was
provided by organist Laron Drivers
Soloists were Sandra Bowen, motherof h ?
the bade and Greg Douglas. ,, '
Best man was Wayne Parrish, ,
father of the groom.

Serving as ushers for the occasion ,

were Jack Parnsh, Mark Crews, ,
Jamie Bowen, Don Green and Doug h t
Karen Joan Chitty Hill High School, the FUaniiSa :State. A mnMipttna will BtiUbw at the 0 f- Green.
University and received:$iis Medicsll Jateirs Ciitt!",Camp Bring; Terry Kite Johnson was as maid of tod '
Dr. John D. Woody Doctorate from !the University! elf Allil fUumity and bncndfc ave invited honor. She wore a full-length valen-

Announce Engagement Florida Medical College Or Woody!: toaffltenrtLKaren! tine red satin gown.
is currently completing, tut meutttaD-! a 1
Mr. & Mrs James E Rogers, Jr., cy in Anesthesiology robe dtdtatimdl ; Joan t Bacft Bndal attendants were Debbie t
of Starke, would like to announce the Memorial Hospital an Columbia Roger Alan Redoing Parnsh and LaM Ann Crews The at ,
engagement of their daughter, A730P.Mweddingastotimgplan tendants were also attired in full ,
Karen Joan Chitty, to Dr. John ned at the First Baptist Ohurcto l tor Set Wedding Dot length gowns of valentine red satin

David Woody of Hollywood, FL. August 29, TMth a !reception al tube! Mr.amdI Gars;.RaJtltt E.PllttlC'.1\er of Jennifer Pate served as I flower
Woman's Club nmmediateily (Sallow Fount mnttr wound! JUte to announce girl. Joey Parnsh was ring bearer
4i ing. Friends and relatives mi tttae Utae! entgaqgniicnft) and! approaching The bridge, given m marriage by
young couple and their lamiibt jure BBaunnaifgv afl Cttcnr dtwgntev Karen her father, wore a candlelight satin .
cordially invited to attend Jtaaia RwflD.II.bdsomr1J1r.to Roger gown enhanced by a lace and beaded r ;

Allan KtfrtWtnifc, son at Mr and! Mrs appliqued bodice. Lace appliques
WilkisonStarling Laaaae A. RcufcttagSv,at LawteyIDtae trimmed the bottom of the chapel i''v

Engagement Told wmfcftme s .ed be Held at T'30 tram.
yum. Jtotiy 25: ad Evergreen Baptist A reception was held immediately I
Mrs. Lavonne Wilkwon of LjrJrtity
Cttumcflo on tawfley.Aim following the at the Starke
and the late Jerry C. litunom. ST., tlmr nrt&aou&lamuljjr' are invited! Woman Club. vI
> announce the engagement aatA upcoming t
b tttIemdlWattenon Debbie Pate and Sue Crawford
marriageolllheJ.rtda: I liN
assisted with the cake cutting and in a
Michelle Wilkison, to Eric WuJiluunn
of Mr. and :Mrs/ B. serving
Starling, son CuhersonEngagement
+ Reba Hicks and Rose Rewak served -
S Starling The wedding of Lawtey is planned ifur August Announced guests at the punch table Mr. & Mrs. Guy Wayne Parrish
Guests were greeted at the door of
7. 1987. Mir amid Mm. FJL WatCerson of the! club and invited to the Jane Green also I
sign Shirley Marshall and Margaret Ann director, Mary was
Melissa Winkler. SUutttue> wnuildl JUte Ito announce- theempfcipemmat bnde book by Janice Johns. Dyal. in charge of the rehearsal.
and! a-ppmaening may Also assisting were Betty Nettles, The wedding coordinator and The couple reside in Brooker.
C. Steven Stringer nxniftf ere tuteiir dUugnttw! Marcia
H-ynmr. tot"' Vimteirt CUiwerrsonv son of
I Wedding July 25 Mir amid Mra.; Ragsir ClnUversoni of

The wedding or Melissa HjtiigtD! SUurtorDUw Special ; I IA IJr
Karen Joan Chitty Winkler and C. Steven Stranger I1IIt:
for 4 p m Saturday, July .25 M ffltae ? D7;M Grataim Baptist Church Arrival ,
Miss Chitty is the daughter of Mrs. ,
Post Chapel.Camp Blanduig: : All flimnidl aoril ffeUJMe are! in- "
Rogers and the late Randal F.
of Starke. She graduated from Chitty Bradford A reception will, (If.oUJV'! elbe .'lttlttdl amtttmdl Christopher Garrett -.a.r? Robin Michele Carter and Mark

High School, Santa Fe Com- ceremony at the 01'bOfll"fi' Cttuto. Jay Walter and Peggy Prevatt of Kelvin Williams were married 4

munity College and is presently attending Camp Blanding Paula JUUJGnney.Marty Clemson, SC would like to announce p.m. Saturday, May 6, at thebridegroom's
and ;
friends retatrat
All junBD-
the University of South Rhoden the birth of their son; Christopher, parent's home in
Carolina completing a Business Ad- vited to attend born July 8 in Greenville, SC He Gainesville with James Bryant performing -

ministration and Management Carole Lee Hardln Wearing July 17 joins a sister, Jennifer 3 years old the ceremony
Degree. She is employed as a part- Maternal grandparents are Mr. *
time registered respiratory Alan David Montgomery Pamdla Aatutma- McKinney and and Mrs Ernest Edwards of
Mutt, KliuMittfn: ae. set to exchangetubaur Brooker FL. Best man for the occasion was
therapist at the Richland Memorial 18 Maternal great-
Wedding July \ ntWta *"wx at Starke Jesse Green.
Hospital in Columbia.Dr. grandmother is Mrs Clyde Steele of
Onuntto( GwH am St. CGrrSttp.m.;; Sherry Carter served as maid oi
Martial' Vera
of Carole Xe FL.
Woody is the son of Dr. RonaldH. The wedding Beach
Woody, Jr., and Mrs. Betty Jean and Alan David Muntgomerj at Fmidtiiy..Unit.? 17 Paternal grandparents are Mr honor.
Woody ot Hollywood and Ft. Lauder- scheduled for 7 p,m Saturday. Jkoty All) ere Umttmdli.amend!!auxdl) relatives; are! inTrttodi and Mrs Emory Prevat, Sr., of The bride is a 1986 graduate of
dale, FL. He graduated from Holly 18 at First Presbyterian: Ohurtfla im Starke. Paternal great-grandmother Bradford High I School.
Starke. is Mrs Clarice Adkins ol Hampton,

FL. i The groom is an employee ol

Planning yourSjticcial Day ,:\ and Airs. Mark Kelvin Williams Pubhx The couple Supermarkets.reside In Brooker.
Church News'
Smart Brides always

choose our famousInvitations

r .m, Saturday, July 18, leatunng '
k i/;. Starke Church of God locaf singers Social Events .: +
To Hold Revival The church is located in the
x.. Lawtey Elementary School
I.ttw: Ray Siammnnsi. tidbit teacheramdl cafeteria.
,wiiUI conducting! a
rsaungstaa Hope Baptist Plans to the motherof
>! mwmill;ad mte SOaartt*Churett of God!. Bridesmaid Luncheon sages were given
the bride and the
tttucjnmnie Sunrfttjv July 191Ittmnr Gospel SingA Honors Paula McKinney Guests were entertained groom.m the for-
a willl Ifot- spenaJI singing! : in
gospel sing featuring The Frank Bridal AttendantsThe mal living room arranged with silk
well a*an:
nnrauce at*
Nazworth Family of Starke is planned (lowers The dining area was
at Hope Baptist Church Saturday home of Mr. & Mrs Charles decorated with a yellow motitf
Good lute needn't be expensive.Our beautiful Flower Wedding miKwtiniice! : Ilto set b begin Sunday.ttufMMiKynssL July 18, beginning at 7 p.m. Schmitt was the setting for a Among the many refreshments ol-
Line stab,proves thu with over 5OO samples of outstanding auadI.3OIp.m. through) Ronnie Jones, :Minister of Music, bridesmaid luncheon in honor of the fered was a "family tradition cake
Invitations.Announcements and Personalized AcoeMoriet. ItJbt'iueue extends an invitation to everyone to upcoming wedding of Paula McKinney Hostesses lor the occasion were
created using exquisite papers lettering styles and wortmannhq ntie! ataiioitt. IkwaCed atCZ K. St.Ouir join us for this service. and Marty Rhoden, set for Mrs Wayne Blankenship and Mrs
It features Hcliogr vmg"rich raised lettering,elegant as the StL, ftJIelll'1io! a warns !hand! oi Hope Baptist church is located Saturday, July 11, at noon Raymond Whittle A set of special
finest craftsmanship,yet costing so little Come see our complete Hltnnnuftltllla-enniiiraiini eight miles south of Starke on SR The party room was decorated in effects waterbed sheets were givento
selection: and choose the perfect invitation for your wedding? ttttafMjswtmill HtI'1Imn.J'\ WalterF 100, Rev. Gary Heath is the pastor. shades of lavender. The table, the honoree as a momento of the
MOTM is jiuatar covered in white lace over purple. occasion.
Prompt Strvice mad Outstanding Quality was set with white napkins secureby Miss Skeen and Mr Underhill
Gospel Sing.... Rev. Laurence Smith
napkin rings made were the honored couple at a dinner
8I9SO WALNUTST: Victory Revival Center Now Ordained Minister with white lace and purple ribbons. party held Saturday, July II, at the
Rev Laurence Jerald Smith, son A purple cabbage folded into a floral home of Mr and Mrs Vernon Red
STARKE,FL 32091 \1IIt1k0 Rea>n all) Center: Missioni basket whit hikes and
of Mrs. Opal Dickson of Starke and holding purple dish on Crosby Lake.
111I gllang) a gaspefi sing Boy T 30'' and white balloons was used as
Guests enjoyed a buffet style din
the late Jack Smith, was promoted
to the rank of Ordained Minister the centerpiece. Seating placementwere nerservedontheporch.Tableswerecovered
June 20 in the Church of God while at marked with praying hands with checkerboard cloths
card holders. A smaller table and accented with red and white
camp meeting in Cleveland, TN in car
conducted The Ten decorated the same was used to seat nations Those attending includedthe
ceremonies by
The OFFICE SHOP Has nessee Overseer and members of the junior bridesmaids Laura Crawford, wedding party and parents of the
Amy Luke and flower girl I Lindsey
and Mr. and Mrs
i state council at the annual statewide bride groom-elect,
--n-.o-- ,
The table centered
conventIOn. Wynn. gift was Robert Underhill and Mr. and Mrs
with a bride doll and rice bag basket V
Office Machines R Durrance.
in purple. Hostesses for the event were Mr.
Each of the bridesmaids, Karen & and Mrs Vernon Reddish. Mr and
Sharon Martin, Darlene Gatlin, Mrs Jimmy Reddish and Mr. and
For Sale or Rent! Cathy Anderson and Kelli Jo Dyal Mrs John Arthur Reddish Their
the bride-elect
presented with a gift to the couple was a gravy ladel
piece of lingerie as a memento of the and a cold meat fork in the silver

occasIOn. pattern chosen by the bride and
Hostesses for the event, Mrs Barbara -elect.
Kirkland, Mrs Tiny Osteen, groom
i Shana Schmitt and Mrs. Ida Sue

Schmitt presented to the
'' corsages BridesElectHonored
Rent A 1d11 bride-elect, her mother, Ms.
1I Elizabeth Crawford, and the groom- With
Office Machine CopierFrom U/ff i111 elect's mother, Mrs. Harold Rhoden, Coke Party
along with a piece of lingerie as a
momento of the occasion.. Melissa Winkler and Clare
Winkler were honored Saturday
$ Skeen HonoreeAt ly 11 with a Coke Party The
Bridget daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George
""1111 *& Per Mo. ""' Several PartiesA Winkler of Starke are brldes- lect.

Larger Sizes miscellaneous shower was held The Hall was appropriately
Available'S''S ..stills'IBM July 7 honoring Bridget Skeen, decorated arrangements of
w Rev Laurence Jerald Smith bride-elect of Robert D. Underhill, summer II\ and live foliage

b Rev. Smith pastor ot the Church at the home of Mrs. Wayne Blanken- plants. The .b.j was covered with a
of God in Selmer, TN tPmey Grove ship in Connerly Estates.A yellow and white gingham cloth
Church of God),and his wife Sherry "wedding rose" corsage was trimmed in lace centered with a
have! three daughters, Jessica, 4, presented to Miss Skeen upon entering large crystal punch bowl which held
Typewriteror ll1 Candace 2 and Amanda, 4 months the party .room. Matching corfj the Coca Cola's in crushed ice. The
bowl was surrounded with fern and
Swintec Available ,,..-- l,' yellow daisies Finger food was
served from crystal trays
Standing in the receiving line were
A Melissa, Clare, Burney Winkler and
Clifford Jackson, they were
State Contracts presented corsages of white daiSies.
INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING NOW! Hostesses, Carolyn Eaves, Mary
Pricing Agnes Ferguson, Vicki McKmney,
.- Let WARREN'SHeating Anne Miller, Laurie Mullins, Lila
Rae Yawn and Andrea Waterhouse,
On Mites 1l. & Air Conditioningservice gave Melissa the sugar bowl to her

Copiers .* # prepare you for hot, humid Florida chosen serving china bowl pattern.m her Clare chosen receiveda china

11'11. JII. pattern as momentos of the occa

or Swintec 'I"iiQlll lJfl,1 We service all makes of sion.The wedding of Melissa and fiance

Steve Stringer is planned for July 25
Typewriters 1IIIi1j air conditioners and heaters in the Chapel at Camp Blanding.
964-4799 Clare and fiance Rodney Jacksonare
110 w. Call Street s....... ***-S74 964-7230 Days Evenings to be married September IJ.Page .

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July 16,1987 TELEGRAPH Page7A

First Methodist Church Gets Bradford Pre-School

Full Time Youth Directorby Plans Open HouseBradford

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Buster Rahn --- I.t 1\ft1PIII taonwil for i tary. Scheduled opening is July 2U
BCT Staff Writer .a.tt.-"........ type worst a* tot Pre-school is planningan with before&after' ch pl l care in the
Sheila Albntton bat joined the fadIL Open House for Sunday, July 19, fall for elementary students. Care
staff of First United Methodist 'DIe AJii>riGas line r7 year eat from 2-4 pm.Everyone Is welcome. for children ages 2-S in preschool Is
Church of Starke as a full tune youth foam aasi, -- and lllanltalll", also available.For .
The under the
pre-school, owner-
director, and may assist tis ..ne are nwmg" }*xttmfl sramrx. and
of Linda
minister,toe Rev.Ballard The AltatttHkWB family tow Jbvtd ship management
Wilson another OBGjunryrtlie Bryant and Debbie Morris, Is more information come by 407
duties,as time permit. far floe prat is mandksv; located across from Starke Elemen- W. Washingston,or call 9644361HAPPY'
Ms.Albntton.a native of Ashland: shale :&JmIaell n a etamto,
Kentucky,was reared in a Methodist about MK some saran as StlSa1tC s First
home and has a Methodist S4ehsdutt. fey pIaa gat sane into
background. She is a graduate Moorehead State University,located they ate fernac knnJang altreadty.It Did You Know...
near Methodist's Ashbury College, us a end and attended seminary in Louisville. CftMe a naI oi'.4J'c! Ilk Mr. and Mrs. Drew F. Reddish,
Ky. Her bacculaurate degree ta m 3wttfa.ltotaalMayuailtiroinntliry.andtbelp + rt' Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and
music. One swung pngUle to become Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rogers of
After teaching music in public more mmtitocnl.mo Stew c&mrcfe.Cnawtifang Starke; and Dr. and Mrs. Gary Dop- :
schools for two years.Ms.AlbntUm tow tanaue a najprretipramrtlHiHtfy son of Macclenny spent Saturday to .
has devoted the last 15 yean' Ie far 30010)1 woirikcg. r Thursday vacationing in the moun IRTHDAYWinfredC.Ridgon
youth work,. as an administrator ti and IlL A fttidfs intend secure rr-- ___- :\1IIt... _. '' tains of North Georgia and South
youth programs, and director of am anfoaoned ttlranBe in VkaA Said, iniorder Carolina. They also enjoyed
youth choirs. I* fronHtteamine and) (better!! On Board at First Metnodist... Whitewater river rafting and camp-
Gary Albntton. Sheila'husband, JMa'''idling Qio tt to the First United Methodist Church of Starke
holds a master's ShciU Albritton joining tooga River.
degree u Friends
she in music, Sheila has
audiology and is an interpreter lathe -BaoratauB toy (One y\ ram! sfeJbureto Ilk as a full timeyout"director. Although majored
fats ISyar experience In church youth work including counseling and choirtfindlnJ
deaf.He is currently studying bam gftat, sand M
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I II I Visiting Starke Stars are Too Much for New Symrna: BeachBy

Mark Frledlin enough to take the first game NSB Youth 161. They put the game the third game but the result was The Stars are now 35-13 overall as practicing just about day or night

BCT Stan Writer against the NSB youth 60. Defense away for good with a seven-run second much the same, with the team from they go into the final two weeks of until departure at 9 a.m. July 30th.
The Starke Stars traveled to New was the main factor in this win the inning. NSB had Just two hits. Starke taking a 17-2 victory. work left before the National Tour Scrimmage games with seniors

Symrna Beach last weekend and Stars only committed a total of five Top hitters were: Tim Lewis (3-3 The Stars committed just two er nament,to be held Thursday.July 30 the Old Timers add possibly some

returned home with three convinc- errors In three games. with three runs), Stacey Bowen (2-2( rors. through August 2 in Albany church teams will help keep the

ing wins in a series of exhibition Johnny Jackson was the winning with two runs), David Hamilton (2-2( Top hitters were Eric Nazworth Georgia.The Stars tuned up and ready to return to

games. pitcher, shutting the NSB down with with two runs), Gary Wise (2-2 with ((4-4 with three runs), Ron Thomas Stars will begin playing and the Nationals. ...
just three hits. two runs), Jamey Crews (2.3 with ((3-3 with three runs), Jamey Crews
The Stars took on the Church Top hitters for the Stars included two runs), Randall Polk (2-3) and ((3-4 with three runs), Timmy Seeley ... I I I I

Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Gary Wise (3-3 with one run scored), Kirby Jo Hildebran ((2.4 with one (3-5( with two runs). Brad Green (2-2

and their youth team in the first Johnny Jackson (3-4 with one run) run). with one run). Randall Polk (2-2 with Engineeredfor N\\\////V\ [ /

games. and Jamey Crews (2-3 with one run). Ron Thomas was the winning pit one run), David Hamilton ((2-4 with
The Stars started off slowly after The Stars really kicked into gear cher. two runs) and Gary Wise ((2-4 with speed -

the long trip but pulled together ]In_the! second game, outscorlng the The Stars plaved the NSB men in two runs).
and efficiency.

I Northside Baptist a Winner in Tourneyby The 8O14.S. K

Relocation alter correcting f

Jerry McGriff The final order of finish: 1) Nor- Paladin David Tew, and Steve The Concession Stand -Anna Ruth Repeat capability on ail keys i

Special to The thside, 2) First Baptist of Palatka 3) Wright. Johnson Linda Hildebran Joy \ \
Telegraph First United Methodist of Starke Johnson and all the _Wide carriage (16Y ") in 0
Northside Baptist of Starke 4) Scorekeepers Kevin Boone Les others who /
featured great defense allowing only Smyrna Missionary Baptist of Boone Robert Boone, Debbie worked standard size cabinet 'for a / / S499 I ISugaesitd
Starke 5) Starke Stars. Teams not The Yard Sale Crew anon
8 runs in 3 games and enough offense Broughton, Kirby Joe Hildebran All the larger typing line (13'h.)
attending and finishing 6th in the Junior Star .
Kelly Jackson, and Jane Stanwix-
27 to the
runs sweep 202 characters of correction
Merchants of
standings Leesburg Hay very special thanks to the
field undefeated and win the 9th
nual Youth Softball, Association an-Invitational Ga., and 7th Trinity Christian of The Field Crew James Allen, Les Chicken Dinner Crew friends of the memory Forward and reverse indexing

Tournament this St.Augustine.The Boone, Mike Traugott, and the stars: Ted Clark for donating the Stencil mode
past -30 characters of buffer
Youth Softball Association chickens John for
Junior Stars. Dempsey getting
weekend Friday and Saturday
would like to thank the participatingteams the cooker and being in charge", memory
June 26-27 at Edward's Road
plex. com and their fans, and Home Run Derby Crew Coaches Austin Fender Glenn Polk Warren .Keyboord II to access 10 swintec.COn'OKATION

the following groups for rating Robert Kitchens Hiram Chappell Carver Harry Green Charles Fran- nonstandard characters
M' Northside defeated the Starke their valuable time and items to the and the Starke Stars and Junior cis, and all the Stars parents for

Stars 7.0, First United Methodist oCt program: Stars. A special thanks to Steve donating things for the dinner and

Starke 8 3, and First Baptist of Umpires Les Boone, Robert Wright of P J's Sports Center for thanks to anyone else who may have

Palatka 12 S, in the championshipgame. ; Carver Randy Alvarez Shane donating a bat won by John David been missed, who helped make the

Johnson Jerry McGrtff. Tom Francis. weekend a success.


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EXCHANGE OF COUNTY PROPERTY Development Office, os part of their FICTITIOUS NAME Case No. 86-643-CIV-J-12
(PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 123.3S AND Demolition/Relocation Program will Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 125.37 FLORIDA STATUTES.) SITUATEDIN receive sealed bids for the Demolitionand Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Plaintiff,

MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA REGISTER THE SOUTH ONE-HALF OF THE Lot Clearing of one single family undersigned Ray Reddish, Drawer L, v.
Case No. 87-424-Clv-J-12 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION In Lawtey, Florida. Bid will be accepted 7th Rd.. Gainesville FL 32602 G.I. and the Heirs at Low Juanlta
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the TWENTY-ONE, TOWNSHIP SIX SOUTH. at the Community Development Office Gray. Rt. 1. Box 1003 Melrose, Fl 32666 Carter Tom Lindsey. Alfred
Plaintiff undersigned, Charles S. Pearce, Rt. 2 RANGE TWENTY-TWO EAST, BEING IN located In the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Station joint owners, doing business under the lindsey and Wanda A. Williams,
Box 322, Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656, THE CITY OF STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY Post Office Box 418. Lawtey FL firm name of lawtey Turf PO Drawer L, and the unknown heirs,

v.ROBERT J. TEASTER and PATSY A. sole owner, doing business under the FLORIDA: 32058 until 12.00 noon on July 23, 1987. Lawtey. FL 32058. Intends to register devisees, grantees, assignees,
TEASTER. firm name of Solutions Shop, Rt. 2, Box TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Bids will be opened at 12.05 p.m. on July said fictitious name under the aforesaid llenors, creditors, trustees,
Defendants. 322, Keystone Heights Fla. 32656. Intends You will toke notice that in accordance 23, 1987. For additional informationcome statue. or other claimants by through,
ORDER OF SERVICE BV PUBLICATIONThis to register said fictitious name with the provisions of Section by the office or call 782.3730 between Doted this 25th day of June, A.D. 1987In under or against THE ESTATE OF

cause came to b. heard upon the under the aforesaid statute. 125.37, Florida Statutes, the County 9.00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., Monday Bradford County. LOUISA LINDSEY, and all parties
verified motion of Plaintiff for an Orderof Dated this 10 day of July, A.D. 1987 in Commission of Bradford County Florida, through Friday. The City of Lowtey Com 7/2 4tpd 7/23 having a claim right, title or
Service by Publication, and It appear Bradford County In the County Courthouse on North Temple munity Development Office reserves the interest in the property

ing that this action has been brought for 7/t64tpd8/6 Avenue on Monday August 3, 1987, right to reject any and all bids. Lawtey is herein and THE STATE OF
the enforcement of a lien against real ,, at 10:00: AM, will take up for final action an Equal Opportunity Employer Indicate FLORIDA

property situated In Bradford County a resolution providing for an exchangeof sealed bid on outside of envelope. Con REQUEST FOR PROPOSALThe Defenaants.

within the Middle District of Florida and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, property, plus additional funds not In tractor awarded bid will be required to Suwannee River Water Management NOTICE OF SUIT

described as follows: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, excess of $1,500 pursuant to Sections provide proof of Contractor's liability insurance District is seeking proposals from AND
Lot 21, Parkwood Subdivision, OS'per IN AND FOR 125.35 and 125.37, Florida Statutes. Pursuant and Workman's Compensation qualified Certified Public AccountingFirms ORDER FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO
plat thereof recorded in Plot Book 3, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. to proposal of Carl Hurst, which coverage. to provide annual auditing services APPEAR AND PLEAD

Page 5 of the public records of Bradford CASE NO.: 86-27-CA proposal was spread upon the minutesof 7/161tchg for fiscal years 1987 through 1990. (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION)

County. Florida, W. J. LEE a/k/a a meeting of the County Commissionheld The Initial annual audit will Include an TO: All unknown heirs, devisees,
and it further appearing that Defendants WILLIAM JAMES LEE, on 4 May 1987. and approved, proposing examination of the District's combined grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors,

Robert 3. Teaster and Patsy A, Teaster Plaintiff, that said Commission agree to INVITATION TO BID balance sheet all fund types and account trustees, or other claimants, by,
cannot be served within the State of exchange certain lands owned by It for The City of Lawtey Community groups, as of September 30 1987, through under or against Louisa Lind-

\ Florida; that it Is not practicable to serve vs.GLORY JACKSON, certain lands owned by Carl Hurst, pursuant Development Office, os part of their and the related combined statements of sey, deceased; and all other Parties having .
th.m personally; and said Defendants Defendant. to Sections 125.35 and 125.37 Demolition/Relocation Program will revenue, expenditures, and changes In or claiming to P:0Ye'Q/'Y1IgIU:ttttSi- -,
have not voluntarily appeared herein: It NOTICE OF SALE BY CLERK Florida Statutes, the land and terms being receive sealed bids for the Demolitionand fund balance budget and actual for the Interest in the property hereinafter
Is therefore described as follows:: Lot of single family described.You .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Clearing one year then ended.In
ORDERED as follows: the judgment of Partition entered In this IN A PARCEL of land lying In the South dwelling, located on MIDDLEBUR.GROAD order to be considered a firm must are hereby notified that an action

1. Defendants Robert J. leader and case, dated 9 July 1987, that I will sell to One-Half of the Southeast Quarter of the in lawtey, Florida. Bid will be accepted demonstrate at least three years of applicable has been Instituted against you In the
Patsy A. Toaster shall appear In this the highest and best bidder for cosh, In Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty- at the Community Development experience in public agency above Court by the United States of
cause and plead to the complaint filed the First Floor Lobby of the Bradford one, Township Six South, Range Twenty. Office located in the Lawtey VolunteerFire auditing activities including familiarity America for the enforcement of a lien
herein on or before July 27, 1987, or In County Courthouse in Starke, Bradford Two East, being In the City of Starke, Station Post Office Box 418. with the Single Audit Act and other against real property situated In Brad

default thereof, the Court shall proceedto County, Florida, at 11:00: A.M. on the Bradford County, Florida: Lawtey. FL 32058 until" 12.00 noon on July Federal and State Regulations. Proposals ford County within the Middle District of
judgment in this cause to the extent 30th day of July 1987, the following OWNED BY CARL HURST: 133.90 square 23, 1987. Bids will be opened at 12.05 should Include a current list of Florida and described as follows:
provided for by Section 1655, Title 28, described property as set forth In the feet in a triangular parcel of land p.m. on July 23 1987. For additional information public agency clients, current staffing Commence at the SW corner of Section

United States Code, as If laid Defendants Judgment of Partition to-wit: described as.Commence. come by the office or call capabilities, and copies.of Certificates of 22, Township 6 South, Range 22 East runEasterly
had been .rved with processwithin Lot 4 of Block 44 of Livingston, Truby at the Intersection of the 782-3730 between 9:00: a.m. and 1.00 Incorporation. Certificates, of Insurance, 39.45 feet more or less to the
the State of Florida. and Go's Subdivision in Section 28, Northerly Boundary of said South One- p.m., Monday through Friday. The Cityof and State and Local Licenses as re- Easterly right of way line of the Old
2. this order be published In a Township 6 South, Range 22 East. Half and the Westerly Boundary of the Lawtey Community Development Office quired. lawtey Road; thence run North 0'07'

newspaper of general circulation in DATED this 13 day of July, 1987, RIght-of-Way of State Road No. 200 reserves the right to reject any and Proposals will be reviewed by a Selection East along said Easterly right of way line
Bradford County Florida, not lets than GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERKBY (US-301)). also known as Temple Avenue; all bids. Lawtey is an Equal Opportunity Committee composed of three 750.00 feet to the Northerly right of way
once each week for six consecutive : Beulah Moody ((1)) run thence South 17'26'00" East along Employer Indicate sealed bid on outsideof Board Members and two staff members line of Donna Street thence run North
weeks prior to the return date Deputy Clerk said Westerly Boundary a distance of envelope. Contractor awarded bid and the three most highly rated firms 89'39' East along said Northerly right of
hereinobove designated 71621chg7123INVITATION 10.46 feet to a point (being the Point-of- will be required to provide proof of Con will each be invited to make a personal way line 75.00 feet; thence run North
DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville Beginning of that certain Parcel described tractor's liability insurance and presentation to the Selection Committeeon 007' East 101.00 feet thence run South

Florida this let day of Jun., 1987. in Indenture recorded in Official Workman's Compensation coverage. the morning of August 20 1987. 89'39' West 75.00 feet; thence run
HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER TO BID Records Book 234, page 46, of the current 7/161tchg Proposals are due before 5:00: P.M. on South 007' West 101.00 feet to the

UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE The City of Starke Community Public Records of Bradford County, August 6. 1987. point of beginning,
7/23 Florida) ((2)) thence continue Southerly
6/18 6tchg ;
Submit Proposals to:
Development Office will accept bids for along said Westerly Boundary 125 feet to INVITATION TO BID and you are ordered and required to appear
the rehabilitation of a dwelling unit as Vern Roberts Finance OfficerSuwannee and plead In said action and file
a point; ((3) thence run Westerly and The City of Lawtey Community River Water Management
follows: answer with the Clerk of this Courtat
DISTRICT COURT parallel to said Northerly Boundary of their your
UNITED STATES Development Office, os part District
Date of Bid Opening: July 27, 1987 Jacksonville, Florida and to serve a
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA (North 895630" West) 175.00 feet to a Demolition/Relocation Program willrec.lv.
Route 3, Box 64
Place ol Bids Opening: Grant Office, thereof the Plaintiff's attorney -
the Point-of- copy upon
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION concrete monument for sealed bids for the Demolitionand
live Oak. FL 32060Phone(904)3621001
108 E. Call Street, Starke Dorothea Beane. Assistant
Case No. 87.267-OvJ-16 Beginning of this parcel; ((4)) thence run Lot Clearing of one single family ( )
Time of Bid Opening: 10 a.m. United States Attorney, Post Office Box
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Northerly and parallel to said Westerly dwelling, !oca>*rl on BROWN LANE In 7/161tchg
Location of Unit: 823 North Pine SIr..tSlork. 600. Jacksonville, Florida 32201, on or
Plaintiff, Boundary a distance of 9.22 feet to a Florida. Bids will be accepted at
., Florida before August 17, 1987. If you fall to do
((5)) thence run South 72I8'20"East Office
VS. Owner of Unit: Carl D. 4 Elaine D. the Community Development so. judgment by default will be ..nl.redagaln.t
GLENN I. GRIFFIS and 29.04 feet to a point on the line running located In the Lawtey Volunteer Fir.Sta for the relief demanded in
PAULA E. GRIFFIS North 89'56'30" West described in tion. Pot Office Box 418 Lawtey. FL NOTICE the you .
Date of Contractor Walk-through: July complaint.It
Call No 3; ((6)) thence run North 32058 until 12.00 noon on July 23. 1987. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon.
Defendants.NOTICE 20. 1987 Is, ORDERED that the above Noticeof
OF SALE 8956'30" West 30.43 feet to Point-of- Bids will be at 12:05 July o'clock A.M..
Time of Contractor Walk-through: 10 opened : p.m. on day, July 20 1987 at 10:00 Suit and Order for Unnamed Defendants -
Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto Beginning and to close. Containing 23, 1987. For additional informationcome the undersigned Gator Freightways, to Appear and Plead (Service by
a default Judgment entered on June a.m.A of the work write-up can be 133.90 square feet more-or-less by the office or call 782.373O between Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Publication) be published by the United

29, 1987 by the above entitled Court In obtained copy'from the Grant Office, 108 E. OWNED BY COUNTY: 3,02162 square 9:00 a m and 1:00 p.m., Monday 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla., one States Marshal In a newspaper of
I the above styled cause, the undersigned Call Street, along with a copy of the feet In a triangular parcel of land through Friday. The City of Lawtey Com- lot of Bedstead rail and parts consignedto general circulation In Bradford County,
United States Marshal or any of his duly Basic Technical SpecificationsPropertyStandards. described as: munity Development Office reserves the Waterbed Connection St. Augustine Florida not less than once each week
authorized deputies will sell the proper Grant Offic.hours are 8 a.m. Commence at the Intersection of the right to reject any and all bids. Lawtey is Fla.; one lot of tile consigned to James for six consecutive weeks prior to return

ty situate In Bradford County, Florida 12 noon and 1 p.m. 5 p.m.. Monday Northerly Boundary of said South One- an Equal Opportunity Employer. Indicate Floor Covering Pt. Charlotte Fla.; one date hereinobove designated.DONE .
described as:: Bids must be submittedIn Half and the Westerly Boundary of the sealed bid on outside of envelope. Con lot of paints consigned to Gulf Chemical AND ORDERED at Jacksonville,
A portion of Lots S and 6, Block 2, of through sealed envelopes.In Rlght-of.Way of State Road No 200 tractor awarded bid will be required to Const.. Miami Fla.. to satisfy freight' Florida this 24th day of June, 1987.

Dowlings Subdivision In the City of order to be eligible to bid the Con- (US-301)), also known as Temple Avenue; provide proof of Contractor's liability Insurance and storage charges, under the provisions Howard T. Snyder
Starke, as per plat recorded In Plat Book tractor must meet the Contractor Standards (I) run thence South 172600" Ea.talong and Workman's Compensation of Section 4b) of Uniform StandardBill United States Magistrate
2, Page 14 of the public records of Brad distance of of
set forth by the City of Starke forlicensing said Westerly Boundary a coverage. Lading. 7/9 6tchg 8/13
ford County Florida, being more particularly and must hold current 10.46 feet to a point (being the Point.of- 7/161tchg 14.793360 dtd 5/28/87
described as follows:: Commence purposes Beginning of that certain Parcel described --- Pro. 10-065929 dId 4/29/87
license.For .
at an Iron pip. located at the Intersection City Contractor's In Indenture recorded In Official Pro. 04-37919 dtd 3/31/87 NOTICE

of the centerline of Frances the Charles further Jackson or Information John Tinsler, contact at ((904)) Records Book 234, page 46, of the current Gator Freightways. Inc.. Carrier792tchg716 I I. Vernon D, Silcox, Mayor-
Street with the Easterly boundary of. Public Records of Bradford INVITATION TO BID Commissioner of the City of Stark.,
right of way of Orange Street and run 9648902. 7/161tchg Florida); ((2)) thence continue County SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE Florida by virtue of the Authority vestedIn
South 74'42'50" East along said along said Westerly Boundary 125 feet to BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES OF THE CITY me by law do hereby calla First
centerline 94.03 feet to an Iron rod OF STARKE, FLORIDA AT THE CITY HALLIN INVITATION TO BID
a point for a Point-of beginning, ((3)) Primary Election to be hied at the City
located Intersection with a Northerly STARKE. FLORIDA UNTIL 6:30 P.M. on The City of Lawtey Community
at an thence run Westerly and parallel to said Hall In the Aforesaid City of qualifiedvoters
prolongation of the Easterly boundary Northerly Boundary (North 8956'30" TUESDAY AUGUST 4. 1987 AT WHICH Development Office, as part of their on Tuesday September 8, 1987 '

of said Lot 5; thence South 0'14'42"' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE West) 144.57 feet to a point: ((4)) thencerun TIME AND PLACE ALL BIDS RECEIVED Demolition/Relocation Program will A.D., for the purpose of electing the
West along said prolongation and along Notice Is hereby given that I I. Dolph E. South 72'18'20" East 137.98 feet to a WILL BE PUBLICLY OPENED AND READ receive sealed bids for the REHABILITA following officers.
60.38 feet to a ALOUD ON THE FOLLOWING: TION OF A HOUSE at the following location .
said Easterly boundary Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County point on the Westerly Right-of-Way CITY CLERK For Two Years
set Iron rod for the Point of Beginning.From Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of Boundary Line described above; ((5)) SPECIFICATIONS"STEP DOWN"MAY TRANSFORMER BE OBTAINED AT : NE Fifth Street Lawtey Florida. Bid POLICE CHIEF For Two Year
Point of beginning thus described Execution to-wit: thence run North 17'26'00" East 43.80 to Include complete rehabilitation of ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP 2 For
continue South 0*I4'42" Weil along said Execution Issued out of County Court feet to Palnt.of.B.ginnlng and to close. CITY HALL the house as per specifications and plans Two Years
Easterly boundary 60.38 feet to on iron ol Bradford County Florida pursuant to Containing 3021.62 square feet, more- The City of Starke Reserves Or All Bids.RightTo supplied by the Lawtey Community ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP 4 For
found at the Southeast corner of Mitchell's Accept Or Reject Any Development Office at P.O. Box 41B.Lawt.y. .
pipe a Final Judgment for DrugStore or-less. Bond Two
Storke TrusteesNeil
For The City
said Lot 5: thence North 74'15'58" West of Starke, Florida, and againstClarence Fl 32058 Telephone INSPECTORS FOR SAID ELECTION:
ON :
along the Southerly boundaries of Lots 5 Sumner, defendant, In the Clerk 9047823730. LUCILLE GODWIN MARGARET
1 and 6, a distance of 90.70 feet to an Iron amount of$504.96 together with costs of 1. The County will exchange 30.15 feetIn Contractor to secure all necessary WILLIAMS LUCY WHITE. BERNADINE
Its parcel for the 134.90 square feet 7162Ichg723NOTICE and licenses the
pipe found on the aforesaid Easterly collection. permits required by EARLY CLARA COLSON. MARGARET
boundary of the right of way of Orange Have seized and have In my possession owned by Hurst; and County Building Code. Prior to awarding DESUE AGNES DINKINS. ELNA
North 1'22'02" West 2. Hurst will pay $1,450 for the remainder contract. Contractor must furnish proofof
Street; thence the following described personal SCHAEFER. OLEETA HARDENBROOK,
along said Easterly boundary 60.50 feetto of the parcel and grant the Workman's Comp and Manufacturerliability ELIZABETH WALKER
property to-wlt: feet wide NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday -
Iron rod thence South 74'29'26" County an easement along Insurance coverage In the
a ; wood
West 92.36 feet to the Point of Beginning Stereo Soundeslgn turntable grain North Temple Avenue In the event the July 27 1987 at 10.00 o'clock A.M.. amount of $50.00O/$300.0CO minimum. ALTERNATES: CLERK:
cabinet two floor speakers, County should ever elect to relocate the the undersigned Gator Freightwoys. Bids will be received until 12.00 noon SHRILEY ANDREWS KAY CARTERIn

to the highest and tuner cassette player.As palm trees bordering the front of the Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Thursday. July 23 1987 at the Office of Testimony whereof I here unto
at public outcry named
best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 the property of the above Courthouse parking lot and shall placea 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Fla.. one Community Development located In the subscribe my name and cause the Seal
18. 1987 at the defendant and that on Monday the 27th shrubbery border along the front of lot of a/c units consigned to Lennox lawtey Volunteer Fire Department, Post of the town to be hereunto affixed this
o'clock Noon on August said
front door entrance of the Bradford day of July 1987 at two o'clock Bradford on said parc.l.Alllnt.r..I.d. Inds.. Orlando Fla.; one lot of wire Office Box 418 Lowtey. Florida 32058. 7th day of July 1987 A.D.
of the
Florida. day on the premises parties may app.arand racks consigned to Sprague Electric Bids will be opened at 12.05 p.m. on Vernon D. Silcox
Courthouse at Starke
County will offer for sale and sell
County Jail I be heard at the time and place above Longwood Fla.. to satisfy freight andstorage Thursday. July 23 1987. The City of MayorCommissionerATTEST
Dated: July 7, 1987. to the highest bidder for cash In hand charges, under the provisions of : Nell L. Tucker
specified. lawtey Office of Community Development -
Richard I. Cox. Jr. of said
United States Marshal the above described the property aforesaid Execution DATED this 13 day of July. A.D. 1987. Section 4b( ) of Uniform Standard Bill of reserves the right to reject any or City Clerk
defendant to satisfy
Middle District of Florida COUNTY COMMISSION OF BRADFORD Lading.Pro. all bids. Lawtey Is an Equal Opportunity QUALIFYING TIME FOR THE ABOVE OF.
COUNTY, FLORIDA.BY .' 13-025284 dtd 5/21/87 Employer. Indicate Sealed Bid" an outside FICES OPENS JULY 2O. 1987 AT NOON
John E. Lawlor.II\ Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff : Gilbert S. Brown Pro. 04.078687 dtd 9/12/87 of envelope. AND CLOSES AT NOON JULY 24. 1987.
Assistant United State AttorneyAttorney Bradford County, Florida Clerk Gator Freightwoys. Inc.. Carrier 7/l6ltchg 7164fChg86Page8A
for Plaintiff 7/2 4tchg 7/23
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Medium Size Drink 3.00 Buster Rahn who wan.aised January 13, 1927, in
plus tax BCT Staff WriterA Hampton Lodge No. 129.
Coupon Good Through July 88 group of officers and members Ben B, Rowland, who was raised
from Bradford Masonic Lodge No. February 1, 1924, in Cedar Key
\ 35, Free and Accepted Masons (F Lodge No. 74. During his active
First ChoiceAcross and AM), met Wednesday, July 15, years, Rowland served as Master of
at the home of Sidney Shuford, to Bradford Lodge No. 35, and District
From Kentucky Fried Chicken -4u Honor three long-time members of Deputy Grand Master of the 8th
Hwy 301.Storkb 964-7234 -- the Masonic fraternity, each of masonic district
60 Years of Service... whom has been a member 60 years, Barney E. McRae, unable to attend
or more. because of recent surgery, was
Ben Hall and Ben Rowland are 'being congratulated by Worshipful Honored wereBentamln : raised January 11, 1924 in Hampton
Muter Steve Kroll after being presented certificates for 60 years of service (Ben) Franklin Hall Lodge. McRae moved his member
In Masonry ship to Bradford Lodge No. 35,June
25, 1928.
District Deputy Grand Master
Curtis Lee presented 60 year cer-
tificates to Hall and Rowland, com-
mending their many years of serviceto
the fraternity. He will present a
certificate to McRae at a later date.
W nn-Dixie Four generations, three of whom
are masons,were represented in one
group. Ben Mall, his son-in-law, Sid
Shuford; Shuford's son-in-law
r.-, Jessie Myers, and John Myers, age

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Lodge No. 35; Herbert Green,
secretary; Charlie Dinkins, district
instructor; Bobby McRae, past
PRICES GOOD Master; Ronnie Ratliff, senior
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Lisa Mosley Earns Top

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!2;n 4-H Honor at State EventBy

f elv Mark Friedlin Lisa earned scholarship, a plaque
BCT Staff Writer with her picture embossed on it
v ,
Bradford County's Lisa Mosley, a and a classy directors chair with her
junior at Bradford High School,wona awards lettered In on the rear paneL
coveted 4-H honor last weekend in The most important thing she earned
l ti Tampa when she was named Florida however,.was the respect of her
.S 4H' Horseman of the Year"for 1987 fellow members from all parts of the
r' h g wi, r's a N %, at the awards banquet at the State state, who followed the Horseman of
4-H Horse Show held in Tampa July the Year competition with interest
throughout the year.
1 I and her horse "Thunder Lisa who wants to enter
Cloud McCue"or just"Thunder"for veterinary school after she earns
ay 7i:
Ji short, were selected for their her degree and goes to college, had
outstanding performance in a long to excel in long list of catagones to
v list of required areas of horseman- win the award. She competed last
ship and overall 4-H membership year and finished "in the running"but
duties, beating out two high school she also knew she would be going
seniors in the final competition, both up against two seniors who had more
with a year more experience.Lisa experience. That made the thrill of
first joined the 4-H organization winning even more exciting."I .
;I here in Bradford County in 1979 was real suprised said Lisa,
r J'J and has been one of the most who was in the middle of giving
outstanding members of the local Thunder a bath when a
group in that time, according to thunderstorm interrupted. "It's a
Bradford 4-H Director Rob Buchele, big honor. I'm glad someone from
who said he and the other local Bradford could win it. There are so
members were "extremely proud"of many things that you are judged in;
4 her accomplishment."Lisa 1 really never expected to win it this;
has been an example for the year:'
others to follow in horsemanship and The Horseman of the Year Awardwas
in everything involved in the 4-H established by the Florida
program over the years," Buchele Department of Agriculture and
said recently "This is truly an Commissioner Doyle Conner, who
outstanding accomplishment, donates the scholarship funds and
especially when you consider the the awards for the annual presentation -
fact that she is just a junior in high which is held each year at the
school and was competing against Florida State Fairgrounds in Tam-
older members from all over the oa
state. We are all excited about her See pooqe seA

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horse show at the State Fairgrounds in Tampa recently when Lisa was veterinarian after college
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Peronto's Last ConcertA S **

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Memorable OneBy 5' I IS Ig Ii Ir 6

Mark Frledlln The beginners started their portion -
BCT Staff Writer of the concert with two tradi-
The Bradford County school tional numbers (songs in common
system lost one of its finest musical usage for so long that their exact
directors when Bradford Middle origins have been -lost) beginningwith
School Band Director James Peron- an aptly titled piece called"In
to left recently for a new job in St. The Beginning" followed by the old ;
Augustine. favorite "Many Moons Which a
Peronto fondly remembered by Follow".
his students for insisting on the The younger musicians ended witha
highest musical standards In a stirring and very accurate rendi- ,
friendly but firm manner made his tion of "America", followed by one
last performance a memorable one of their favorites to perform "Old
at an annual end-of-the-year concert MacDonald's Band".
held at the school featuring four different The enthusiasm of the younger 4
ensemble groups with over performers was contagious and pv ; j i l
200 student musicians. shared by the audience who gave Nb '9As
"I'd like to complement the the ;youngsters of the program a
parents of this area for encouragingtheir rousing round of applause.The .
children to be interested in BMS Chorus had a large
music and all that it has to offer," number of performers this year and
Peronto told the overflowing crowdin they gave a rousing performance in
the BMS gym as the young per the first of their two portions of the
formers waited for their turn in the concert beginning with an ethereal
spotlight. "They have responded in away performance of "A Voice from a
that makes it a pleasure to work Dream" by Joyce Eilers featuring a -- tiM
with them and many of them have fine performance on piano by Janna l
gone on to become outstanding performers Thornton. ,
both on their instrumentsand The massed voices were clear and
in their overall understanding of in perfect harmony during the next
music in general." two pieces now with Charnelle
The Beginning Band memberswere McPherson playing piano on
first to take the stage on the "Calypso Melody" by Linda Swears
gym floor. and a popular piece called "The I
"They might be the most nervous Greatest Love of All". II I
group out here tonight," Peronto Another Eilers' piece finished this II
said. "But these younger studentsare first portion of the show by the I
already showing great Chorus members a moving rendi-
promise." !
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James Per on to. formerly ouiicluclfir jniU TduHir IIJ-" ....Bradford Perontoh shown above with members of the Beginning Band at their annual
Middle Sc-hnol.: left a large group uT xlluimmtliniufut" auUmat-'nirgratotfUt : concert combined a friendly attitude with top professional stan-
parents when, h*look. teaching!lfllH itilln. dards in his approach to his young students.

lion of "Follow the Sun". IPhe! 33CB5' attimtufe was baclt after a= plicated by their frequent rhythmic numbers including "Who Put the
The crystal clearv01cesneededmJaccompanament load intbHsmimiiin. Due ut proved; tott > changes and fast passages which area Bomp", "The Little Old Lady" and
on this number e well..wmtttJttta-w.altl.a&o!the-mixect: : challenge to the soloist or ensem- the ever-popular "Come Go With
The Cadet Band was :next :They ;singing grniifls dsaztgft the crowd: ble player. Me".
are a group of young musicians who \wtth,JI mattley nfl weHrttnown.songs
are a step between the Beginning Snim tttfe !ttitt atnadtvaw, play:! and: The jazz players showboated their
Band and the Concert And Jazz milMUI' '1Fdtdkirmnrlta'liltoL'" talents with a sizzling version of The final group of performers hit
Bands which play more advanced "Basin Street Blues" then swung into the stage in a blaze of brightly colored -
pIeces. "What I Did for Love" and finish- red and black uniforms the
a'heJ1wmftinitlwa&next;-and::!they: ed their portion of the program witha Concert Band in all their finery, and
t I r f '# "This group has :been filledwith .wtm tit te htllul high achievers all year." 3 enmto Of ;jiuoiEfc tttaa: n>mmizedJ !thee: -- under Peronto's inspired direction
said. "Most of them .are more:than ttrmrtliuHr' satin ttt tntt 50 tn. play' The Chorus returned to the stage
ready for the more difficult ;pieces there dun {pats d! munbersv com. for their finale three exciting See Page SB

The Director was :right :The r
Cadets whirled their way through j n sNi1
rvr n impressive version ,of "Manitoba
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parts then it was the percuHmun
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BMS Band Puts on Big Show r

from page 4 ,
Goodowns Mike Stoneman,Richard: Tuba: James Horn. nli; s 4
that sent waves of sound cascading Wolf and James Smith. Trumpet: Jason Canova David /
toward their audience. Tenor Saxes: Joel Jacobcen and Spell Joe Thomas Stephen Mc- '
They started the show with a bit of Matthew TerrelL Cleod. Chris Bloomfield, Lisa
musical humor, in the number Baritone Sax: Shannon Smith. Caraway Henry McCutcheon An-
"They Went That-A-Way", then the French Horn: Brad Hamilton and dre Lee Marley Sellers and Ray
mood changed to a somber one with Michael Becker. Maloy.
the moving tones of "LexingtonMarch" Trumpet: Kevin Boone. Billy Percussion: Craig Slocum Kenny
Stephens Brian Canova. Scott Durban Brewer Robert Nichols III. John
"The Young Man with a Horn" Scott Duncan Michael McKinney Richie.Do-tg Snyder;Billy Johnson 7
provided soloist Kevin Boone a HoUie Varesko Blake Thomas, Glenn UnderbiD and Jay Groves.
chance to shine with his trumpet, Jason Morin Todd Halt Michael The Beginning Band included the
and thrill the audience with some Tierney Steve McElroy Janice following members:
fine playing, leading them into the Davie and Les Brown.Kelly Stewart Flutes: Christy Willis Theresa
inspired sounds of "Devonshire and Josh Walters. Green,Diane Davis,Amy King and
Overture" and a fast and furious Trombones: Michael Johnson and Kim Gross.
"Whodunit", the number before the Mathew Martin. Clarinets: Sonya Thompson
finale. Baritone:Knsty Ball and Mathew Alicia Edwards Juantaria F
The finale piece of the concert Eunice. Williams. Tara Hinds. Laura For-
were the grand sounds of "Wind Tuba: Bill Campbell and Randy sytn, Teresa Rhoden Tanya Dukes,
Rive Overture",composed by Bruce Undert U. Aretha Whitfield. Daniel Manx,
Pearson, which sent the show into a Percussion: Pam Baucom, Ldoyla Sims.Linda Santana Robin
thrilling climax with majestic sounding Carmen Barber Josh Bula, Jason Register. Natasha Cohens, Kishan- -
parts for all of the different sec- Hughes. Chris Thompson Mark na Spooner Latanya Mitchell, All that Jazz...
tions of the band. Hardm, Shawn Miller and David Detresa Robinson and Stephen Mur-
The BMS Concert includes the phy. The BMS Jan Band members wowed the audience trombones, Danielle Smith,John Frampton,Josh Bula
following members by section: Hall.Majorettes: Christina Bath Tenor Sax: John Ripplinger. with a selection of scintillating Jazz numbers. and Chris Thompson on rhythm and Brian Canova, I
Flutes: Danika Richardson, Bren- Carmen Barber. Danika Richardson Alto Sax: Dax Urrutia Dylan Conner Band members are Mike McElroy Andy Goodowns, Kevin Boone, Billy Stepehens and Jason Morin on
da Williams, April Dicandio, ,Donna Padgett and Knsty Ball. Angela Barber Christine Whittle Joel Jacobson Pamela Patterson and Richard Wolf on trumpets.
Christina Bath, Becki Nugent, The Cadet Band includes by sec- .Randy Taylor and Travis Anderson. saxaphones, Mike Johnson and Mathew Eunice on
Kristen Sapp, Lori Starling, Donna tion: _
Padgett and Sherri Mann. Flutes: Melissa Mikeli. Brooke Trumpets: Lyndell Hampton,
Clarinets: Dede Cox, Shannon Watson, Angela Hewett Heather David Hardcastle, Tory Kitties French Horn: Gina Herrick,Sher. McPherson, Angel Garrison, Misty Cowart, Tiffany King, Sharea
Elliott, Mary Coleman, Deana Holiday Lawson Leslie Banks, Chrissy Russell Manning. Donna Robbins rie Patterson Tiki Williams and Mat Crawford, Kim Hodge, Angel Myers, Regina Bass and Julie
Pamela Patterson, Jennifer Combs. Mary Thornton and Nancy WyndeU Hampton. Mike Swansea Williams. Nichols, Carla Stephens, Amy Thomas.
Crawford, Andrea Hewett, Jennifer Wilson. Ricky Kite. Kevin Jenkins and Percussion: Michelle McKay, Home,Christina Carter, Hollie Stafford The Jazz band includes:
Richardson, Kelly Anne Duncan, French Horn: Jeremy Boyer. Michael Lester.Trombones Bobby Robinson, Adam Gaskins, Larry Parrish, Josh Lewis, Saxaphones: Mike McElroy,Andy
Barbara Delestre, Tasha Powell, Trombones: John Strickland : Jason Lee Emma Cheryl Wolvin,Tiandra Hall,Jimmy Josh Hauger, Stephanie Agin, Goodowns, Joel Jacobson, Pamela
Mist Fill, Brenda Kay Sweat, Marty Sellers and Adam Cubbedge. Knowles Mark Trunm, Stephanie Parado, Eddie Runyon, Eric Payne, Phillip Crawford, Tyler Elder, Kyle Patterson and Richard Wolf.
Michelle Sapp,Melissa Starling and Clarinets: Jeanette Fairfield Smith Patrick Evans Ric Bonafede Shawn Ford,Eddie Cashmore,Terri Starling, Angel Myers, Josh Trombones: Michael Johnson and
Rhonda Vickers. Keith Cowie. Cathy Jackson and PreUna Hutchinson. Brown and Jonathan Ferguson.The Crawford, Kevin Hamilton, Agabus Mathew Eunice.
Oboe: Danielle Smith. Michelle Baldwin Jason Pardee and Baritones: Kara Stafford. Linda Chorus includes: Kristen Harrison Thomas, Missy Hosier, Jodi Ford, Rhythm: Danielle Smith, Johnny
Bass Clarinet Staci Meyers and Leeshell Demps. Mobtey David Collins and James Emily Bradford Janna April Duffy,Shena Burgess,Tushan- Frampton, Josh Bula and Chris
Kelley Hinson. Alto Saxes: Chris Sova. Loony Sewell. Thornton Holly Hatcher, Cynthia na Vanzant, Leigh Ann Odom, Jen- Thompson.
Bassoon: Johnny Frampton.Alto Adkms Sean Frederick Jones and Tuba: James Crawford and Agin, David Booth, Jason Smith, nifer Glisson, Lisa Varnes, Barbara Trumpets: Brian Canova, Kevin
SaxesMike: McElrov, Andy Andre Hall.California. James Clark. Keri Crafton. Keri Norman, Bobbie Thomas, Sally Thomas. Shannon Boone, Billy Stephens and Jason
Mary Kane. Charnelle fsler. Lautara Siocum, Charlotte Morin.
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Y Fresh Cut ,. Fresh Cut Boneless Summer Special

Chuck Roast y yy Shoulder Roast Sirloin SteaksE$2991b Winners are selected on the basisof
their total involvement in the 4-H

.99$ U $1.39 With Christine Only program participation, their and 4-H accomplishmentand Horse Program

Ib ib PERMS , reg. 3800 . . '28 their 4-H record books in this
", case a complete record of ell of
J < ,,, ,,,< '0 x ," < / -' / ,,; ., 0 ,' / '" Frostings . reg. 2500 M590' Lisa's achievements in the organization
since 1979.

.., ,, K &iZZzi- Offer Good Thru Friday, July 31 "It was a big pile of records, that's
< #z: "
for Lisa said. took
sure, "They a
> t "We Like To Keep You Looking Good"1ernon close look at everything, and that
<3; Fresh Fresh ', ) really goes back a few years."
Center Cut Lisa and the other competitorswere
; Ground Chuck Ground Beef \f also judged on their overall
Chuck Roast scholarship in school and their civic
5 t
>s or more ,.
involvement in the community.
$1.39ib v. The judges also wanted a written
: $1.29.lb
: $1.29ib horsemanship.The history of the.applicant's career in

.' ,,; 'n' .', /N ,nmnnmMimMimnHHMMMwmMmM'u'. /s rz/zz" T z& judging ended,with one of the
:''C..tI I hardest parts of all a personal in-

tom, '; See terview of the seven finalists by a
.<< Eye panel of four critical judges, all experts
Fresh Cut N Neckbones Pig Feet in the field, who questionedeach
Extra Lean
student in many areas of their
Fryer LegQuarters Pig Ears Hog Maws i expertise for over 30 minutes each.
Stew Beef Turkey Wings Reddish "I felt good about the interview,"
f Lisa said. "It was the most nervous
Turkey Necks t part of the whole thing for some peo-
$1.99ib For Your ( ple, but I think they took a liking tome
'. : .39 $ ; .39$: Ib They asked loads of questions,
< Ib Used about all sorts of things."
>, M ,., ., .., ,/ 'u...... ., v_...,.. _, New or The overall accumulative 4-H
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eh. record and the current horse project
JkAO Needs
Auto record book accounted for 60 percentof
Western LargeCantaloupes .. California Red the final result. Another 10 per-
y r White Seedless SeedessGrapes cent was based on a required essay
entitled "What participating in the
Grapes 'Oe d4it,7 r 4-H Horse program has meant to
694<<;: :i, C> 6 ORIAN $ me".
ea .79 WELLS'CHEVROLETOLDS An outline summary of the Lisa's
,, Ib J :21'i' horse activities outside 4-H made up
US 301 N. 9fi4 7sno five percent of the award, then came
Fresh ,; Fresh FreshCalifornia ., her scholarship record (another 10
California } Santa Rosa Jumbo percent) and finally the results of
!, Snow White the interview, which gave the judges
Nectarines 3 Plums ;y;: Honeydews their final 15 percent of the results.
Cauliflower ; Lou-Ann Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Lisa is the daughter of Earl and

.59C s .39 ; $1.19 eaNorman's Located off 100 South toward Keystone, take right on Barbara Mosley of Lake Butler
<<;: Ibo $ ib I'' $1.19 hd She plans to enter the Universityof
.. 24th Avenue follow signs or Florida in September, 1988.
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Call 964-7109 & W. will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:3O
Seafood State 4-H Horse show by Extension
Specials Horse Specialist Dr. Ed Johnson.
Our Berry Season Ends "I hope this inspires other
z students in the area tn try for the
Fresh Large Fresh Caught Fresh Cut & A Thank You to All Our CustomersPut same award," said Lisa, who was
White Red Filets the only applicant from Bradford
Shrimp Snapper
Cedar Key Mullet
Your Handcrafted ItemIn County entered in the competitionthis
year. "The competition is tough
Our Consignment Shop but it was also fun and exciting."

Art. "All Nature Sings of Jesus"
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1987-88 Bradford High School

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; obZ enrollment plan at Santa Fe Community
Q College should register for
college classes at a special registration
from 9 a,m. to 4j>.m. on July 21
at the SFCC Starke (Center
Orange Park a ? Dually enrolled students can attend
e' Announces. .Qo college classes during high
.. o school hours or in the evening and
have the credits count for both col-
lege and high school credit. All tui-
sdy tion fees are waived and books are

must have a 2.5 G.P.A.
and score at least 15 on the ACT Test
*Mil'k '/ which will also be offered at 6 p.m.
on July 21. for those who have not
/ taken it.
__ Fall classes at Santa Fe begin on
car.aN August 25 and run to December 17
savings Financing .
Of pier On-The-Spof ::

ACT Test OfferedAt

-::--.-== 3,000 -=___ Factory Representatives "'........., Starke CenterAny

T On select Will Be On Location student planning to take full
time classes at Santa Fe Community
-' Models Plus WQIK Will Transmit By Live Remote College should take the ACT Test to
;. be administered at the Starke
/ From Global Mobile Homes Sat., July 18 -' Center on July 21.The test will begin
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at 6
promptly p.m.
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Frog Jumping a 'Leaping Success'Over -


fifty boys and girls enjoyed one ot the best yet, according to! weigh-in and registration table
participating in the Fourth Annual Librarian Arnold Weeks. created a wild uproar until they
Bradford County Public Library The frog contestants came in a were finally captured to the delightof
Frog Jumping Contest last week. variety of sizes and colors. Some all.Both parents and children hada
With the assistance of several were willing participants and some very enjoyable morning.
young men from the Alligator Creek would hwtt rathered stayed near the Winners in this year's Frog Jump
Stop Camp and counselor Patrick pond eating bugs. Contest were Jason Ray for the Big-
Pattillo, this gear's, program was Several loose frogs near the gest Frog with second place going to r 1
Carl Ritch f rL
Christian Guyton had the smallest Y v Jy
frog with Matthew Carver taking second
PresentingThe Jonathan Reese took first place L
for Most Unusual and Jason Ray
Hit Broadway Musical came in second place. r ,
Ray Dyal's frog earned first place Ft
for the Longest Jump and Lindsey r. t
Thornton's frog took second place. b
After the jumping contest most of ':
"Carousel"Starring 1 the frogs were relased to the safetyof ,
the bamboo near the library. i 4 1 9p
There they will live peacefully until _ _
next year's frog jump contest...

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Talk to the Animals' or In this case puppets was presented by
and Georgann Pattillo last Tuesday. Everyone enjoyed the pup
which anyone can do according to Georgann.All that's required
desire to interact with children. A large collection of puppets Is
at the library,
is a library supported a Friend a basket weaver,selling her
at art shows. The Pattillos are county residents.

To Man means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of
I Iii J Florida while insuring the. protection -
County of all motorists. .
Florida Highway Patrol
be conducting driver license
\ : ; vehicle Inspection check. Union CountyThe
: : : during the week of July 17 Florida Highway Patrol
: ; i July 23 on SR-21, SR-100, will be conducting driver license
; \ : I SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, and vehicle inspection check-
: : CR-21B, CR-225, CR-125,
points during the week of July 17
CR-231, CR-227 CR-221
23 SR-100,
through July on
t I I Bradford
and CR-100A in SR-121 SR-231 SR-241
CR-18 CR-237, CR-229, CR-125,
Patrol has found these CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-796A in
( to be an effective Union County.


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Former Starke Man tim or informant after he allegedly ing while license suspended pear) and reckless display of a
continued to harrass his mother. Allen E. Coffey pled guilty DUI; in tail with credit for time served
Charged With RapeA (DWLS), according to Trooper D. C. dangerous weapon according to In- fined
$362 license suspended
six Charles
Larry O'Neal, awaiting misde- Roberts. He was released after a. vestigator David Aderholt. He was Thomas Bred guilty
32-year-old former Starke man meanor trial for abuse of the elderly, '$!ftfcash bond was posted. released after surety bonds totalling months attend DUI achpol I.50 hours disorderly conduct; $101.25.
has been charged with raping a has been charged with tamperingwith $600 were posted. community work. Salvation Army Chris Eric Hall pled no contest
Starke woman at knifepoint last a victim, according to Investigator Haskell Evans Cromer,54,was arrested supervision one year. trespaM on school grounds; placed
Thursday.Kenneth. David Aderholt. July 10 for driving under In- William Norman Suggs of Starke Donald W. Beeman pled guilty to on 60 days Salvation :Army probation
Gerald Smith, with a O'Neal's mother filed charges fluence (DUI, according to Sgt. W. was arrested July 12 lor NVDL, according wilful-wanton reckless driving; fined ,fifty word essay.Patresa .
Duval County address, was arrested stating her son had continued to call C. Reno. He was released after a to Sgt. Reno.Suggs, stoppedfor $362,attend DUI school.A chargeof G.Ezzcll pled guilty: retail
July 9 for sexual battery according to threaten and harrass her in an attempt $362.50 surety bond was posted. a routine traffic stop, was foundto DUI was dismissed. theft; fined$101.23.
to Sgt. Billy O. White pled guilty DUI;fin- Joe Ce ford Stotts
Sammy Eunice. to get her to drop charges have drug paraphernelia in his pled guiltr I
The victim said Smith convinced against him, said Investigator Patrick Thomas Drake, 25 of Columbia possession and was additionally ed $362, license suspended six months criminal mischief; ten days in Jail
her to leave ,50 hours community work under fined .
Pine Tree Inn with her Aderholt. Bond was set at $2,000 for $101.25.Pamela
,S. C. was arrested July 10 for charged. Bond was set at $500, he
by pretending he was distraughtover the charge which is a felony. DUI, according to Sgt. Reno. Drake was released on his own supervision of Salvation Army, pay Jefferson pled guilty bad
the death of a child and needed refused to take the breathalyzer. He recognizance. fine within nine months attend DUI check ($60 WinD Dixie); court probation
someone to talk to. Woman Charged released school. 60 days make restitution,pay
was after a $362.50 cash
When Smith drove her to the bond Jimmy McCarley charged with no $50 court costs.Jefferson .
With Arson of HouseA was posted. Larry Spann also known as An-
Speedvllle mobile home decal ordered to bad
area, she ask him to take drew Carter Jr. of Ft. Lauderdalewas ; pay pled guilty check
her home and he refused. At that 69-year-old woman has been Leslie Ann DeSue arrested $50 court costs. ($55 Winn Dixie); court probation
was arrested July July 11 for DWLS, according -
time he pulled a knife and threatened charged with the arson of her home 12 for no valid driver license to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Annie L. Slocum pled no contest make restitution and pay $50 court
NVDL fined .
her life if ; $101.25.Misdemeanor costs.
she didn't last
cooperate. year. (NVDL),according to Patrolman K. Jr. Spann is also wanted in Broward
Sgt. Eunice had given a stranded Gertrude Massey Lee of Hamptonwas R. Hinds, Jr. She was released aftera County for violation of probation Sandra McCloud pled guilty improper -
motorist a ride home in the Speed- arrested July 14 on a capias Court exhibition weapon; sentenced -
$105 surety bond was posted. (possession of cannabis). He pled
vine area around 2 p.m. when he charging arson, according to Investigator guilty to DWLS and was fined Annie L. Slocum pled no contest to 17 days in Jail with credit for
stopped to investigate the parkedcar David Aderholt. Nanette Tomlinson Edwards $101.25. retail theft; sentenced to nim days time served
on the roadside. Before Eunice Lee allegedly started the fire
(Brown) arrested
could get out of the car the victim which burned her Colley Road homein Hampton was
12 for DWLS
Starke last year. July according to Traffic Court
approached Eunice and told him she
had just been sexually assaulted. Bond was set at $1,000, she was Trooper Roberts. She was released Finals July 7
released her after a $210 surety bond was posted.
Smith denied on own recognizance.
using force -
revealed the evidence Recent ArrestsIn Mall Lloyd Lynn of LaCrosse was following before Judge defendants George appeared H.-
confirmed a struggle had taken Bradford CountyThe arrested July 11 for wilful-wanton Pierce July 7 in Traffic Criminal Find out if Allstate Mobile
place, said Sgt. Eunice. reckless driving, according to Marshal Court in Bradford County. Their
Already on probation in Bradford following arrests were made Tommy Raulerson. He was cases received final disposition. Home insurance discounts can
County, Smith is in custody of the
by local authorities in Bradford
Bradford County Jail under released after a $500 surety bond Mary Elizabeth Prom pled guilty

bond. A charge of violation of a proba-$5,000 County. was posted. driving(DWLS);while fined $101.25.license suspended save you money.. ____. .

pending.tion from Washington County is also Edna Mae Covington,54, of Starke William Havin Bryant of Starke Violet S. Bruner pled guilty driv- Save up to 20%if you're the original owner. / r_ ...,
was arrested July 12 for disorderly was arrested July 11 for DUI, refus- ing under the influence (DUI; fined Or up to 15%if you've installed protective j t7Vl'devices. ".
Lawtey Man Arrested intoxication and battery, according ing to sign citation, according to $362, license suspended six months, .You could even save 10%'" if you're i C Q i 7y1@
to Patrolman M. D. Spears. Starke Patrolman Hinds. He was released attend DUI school, 50 hours com- 55 older and retired. .
Faces Several or '- ,.nds
ChargesCharles police were called to a disturbance after a $468.25 surety bond was munity work,Salvation Army super < -l pc
And find out bow --.e. .
where the subject had been
Thomas Ledbetter, 28, of posted. vision. '.
Bond .
and was hitting her daughter. R. Griffis Allstate Replacement CostCoverage .. .
Lawtey was arrested July 14 for Marilyn pled guilty .. .
aggravated .. '
assault with a deadly was set at $601.25, she was releasedon Dennis Dwayne Tyler, 19, was arrested DWLS; produced valid license, could save you ;:. .. .. "
weapon, burglary and aggravated her own recognizance.Keith July 8 for improper tag, according ordered to pay $50 court costs. from big losses -
battery, according to Deputy Doug to Deputy York. He was Beatrice Jackson pled guilty no > KeD ChItty
York and Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Leroy Jones, 27, was arrested released after a $101.25 cash bond valid driver's license(NVDL); must 'g 44OW.MadtooaSt.
Bond was set at $3,000 Ledbetter July 9 for criminal mischief, was posted. present valid driver license and pay /instate In NewWIa -DtslcSboppIagCcatcl'
remains in custody. according to Deputy Doug York. He $50 court costs or pay $101.25.
was released after a $101.25 cash Herbert Tyson,39,of Duval countywas Marvin O. Smith pled guilty A1UUM I...........Company 9&4-469S
Starke Man Charged bond was posted. arrested July 11 for DWLS, according NVDL; must present valid driver
With TamperingA to Patrolman Charles license and pay $50 court costs or
Traffic Carter. Tyson was additionally pay $101.25.
Starke man has been chargedwith Thomas Mitchell Edwards, 35, of charged on a warrant from Alachua John P. Mochan pled no contest
tampering with witness, vic Starke was arrested July 12 for driv- County with NVDL (failure to ap DWLS; dismissed.

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ObituariesCard Bradford Riding

of ThanksWe !; Robert M. Jaye officiating. Burial Roy Lee DupreeRoy Wayne Rickards and Rev. Tim Gab- Club

wish to express our heartfelt was in the Umatilla Cemetery An- Lee Dupree. 80, of Lake bard officiating. Burial was in Old
thanks to all of the friends and nex. Arrangements were under the Butler died Providence Cemetery under the "Hr
direction of the Beyers Funeral Tuesday night in the -tf *-- fr
neighbors who have shown so much North Florida Regional Hospital direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Home of Umatilla.
kindness and support to our family after an extended illness. Lake Butler.
after the loss of our son, Barney Lee Mr. Dupree was born in Putnam, Invite you to see the
Collmsworth GA but had lived most of his life in Frances Starling Whitehead
William J. Collinsworth Georgia Elizabeth Binckley Union County. He retired from Columbia Frances Starling Whitehead, 67,of Barrel Events
and Family Mrs. Georgia Elizabeth Binckley Paving Co. In Lake City Starke died Tuesday, July 14, at Racing
of Lake Santa Fe in Melrose died several years ago. He was a Bradford County Hospital followinga
suddenly Tuesday, July 7, in member of the Lake Butler Churchof brief illness. Saturday, July 18, 7 p.m.U.S. .
Mrs. born and
William Angus Draughton Keystone Heights raised in Maxville. She moved to 301 North Fairgrounds

William Angus Draughton. 95, of Survivors include his wife, Viola Starke in 1956 where she has resided
Starke, died Monday, July 6, at Mrs Binckley was a native of Morgan Dupree; four daughters, since.She was a member of the First
Jacksonville and lived there until Thelma Clemons of Lake Butler FREEr
Whispering Pines Care Center in Baptist Church of Starke.
to Lake Santa Fe in Melrose
Starke. moving Ethelme Melton of Tampa, Pauline Survivors include her husband,
Born in Geneva County, Alabama, 2 years ago.'She was a member of Hewitt of(Jacksonville and Linda Cecil R. Whitehead; two daughters,

I+ he mpvedto.Starke from.UmaUHa in Holy Cross Lutheran. .. Church. .. Dupree of Lake Butler; four sons, Mrs. Judy Martin of Lake City and t. Hot
r. 1972 Mr. Draughton was;* retired Survivors include 2, daughters, "Jessie fend Edward Dupree both of,".f Mrs. Patti Frick of Cross Creek; one Dogs ..
citrus worker and a member of the Mrs. Edna B. Oreair and Mrs. Bar. St. Petersburg, Homer Dupree of step-son, Robert A. Whitehead of
First Baptist Church of Starke. bara B. Haddock; 6 grandchildren; 9 Miami and Eugene Dupree of Brooksville; two sisters, Mrs. Effie
Survivors include four sons, greatgrandchildren.Graveside Hollywood; two brothers, Louie Carter of Kingsley Lake and Mrs. & CokesWill
James Quinton of Newton, AL, services were conducted Dupree of Lakeland, GA and A.J. Lucille Stoughton of Jacksonville; 3
Henry Maxwell of Salemburg, NC, Friday, July 10 at Evergreen Dupree of Statenville, GA; one grandchildren. be given away
Allen C of Fayetteville, NC and Cemetery with Pastor Jerome Figuly sister, Essie Mae Downing of Lulu; Funeral services will be con-
Wilbur Boston of LaFayette, NJ a conducting the service. George II 24 grandchildren; 36 great- ducted 11 a.m. Friday morning at from 7 to 8 p.m.
daughter, Doris Groves of Starke; Hewell and Son Northside Funeral grandchildren and 2 great-great the First Baptist Church of Starke g r Grand Entry & Singing
one sister, Ruby Bolton of Ozark, Home was in charge of ar grandchildren. with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating r
AL; 18 grandchildren. rangements.The Burial will follow in Kingsley Lake ti>. : Of National Anthem by
Funeral services were held Thursday Family suggests that in lieu of Funeral services were held Friday Cemetery under the direction of Ar- % .*w-.
July 9, at the Beyers Funeral flowers memorial contributions to morning in the Church of God in chie Tanner Funeral Home of y Kyle Harrison,
Cahpel in Umatilla, FL with Dr. North Florida Heart Fund.In Lake Butler with Rev.Al Lane. Rev. Starke. 7 p.m

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1983 MERCURY MARQUIS, loaded with 8 SAT. 9-5. on 301 North. NW 44th --- I
everything. Premium sound, leather Ave. Pool table, dishes. clothes. etc OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High
seats. Must to In Good
see appreciate 7/16 Itchg dry wooded lot. Mobil. home,
Condition. $..,..95. 964-6305. tfnjm19S5
YARD SALE across from county jail camping O.K. Hunting and .
VW SCIROCCO. Perfect condition, 18. Glass doors and
Saturday July $5.450 w/50 dn., $63.71
still under full warranty buying an 87. cloth., chair from 85. 7/16
mower ((904)) 236-4579 days ((904)) -
Polaris white w/black accents, silver-
Itpd eves. 2/12 IfnREPOSSESSED
grey Interior very sporty AM FM THURS.. FRI. 8 Sot.. 8 a.m. til 5 p.m., 509' HOMES FROM
stereo cassette AC fiv.-speed. New. Center Street. Will consider any offer. from $1 plus / "
Call 964 6305
$13.500 Asking 8500.
7/1611pd Throughout Fl'Nationwidel Also
or 4734380. Ask for Mark. MFtfn SATURDAY sole 9.5. like new
yard properties. 2I6-4S3-3OOO: Ext.
1984 PONTIAC FIREBIRD PS. PB. AC. 1974 Hondo Spr.; 1973 Ford van twin 7 9 2tixf 7 I*
auto trans, with auto overdrive bed and misc. Items, corner of Bad
am/fm stereo good condition payoff cocks 716ltchgSATURDAY .
opprox. $6000. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS ONLY 85. 1222 Bradford
ONLY. 782-3372 after 7 p.m. 7/2 tfnlh Street hand guns, model 59SW Rug
1984 LYNX take over payments, $150. ger; Block Hawk 357 mag.. K-38 Masterpiece
Call 4311316. 7/93tchg 7/23 SSW; 9 mm Aura model 600-43 { \ :
1986 BLACK JEEP COMMANCHE. 4 black powder double barrel 12 gouge .
cylinder automatic long bed truck also tools, lawn mower $ISO' I couch
$8000. Call Bonnie Murray after 6 makes Into bed $75: 1 couch wine col
p.m., 468-2271. Waldo. FL. 7/16 Itchg or $75; coffee table and 2 end tobies
1970 DODGE CORONET. $375 runs $45; foot locker$20:quilt locker $25 '
good; 1977 Dodge Monaco, 2 door. Call before Saturday for price list on :
hardtop runs strong $850. 431-1568. guns- after 6 p.m. 964-7861 161 Itchg I () I
7/16 Itpd BIG SALE this weekend. Lots of new and
1977 CJ 5 JEEP runs great good condi different, stuff. Lots of jewelry 3 piece !
tion. $2500. 964-8161. 7/16 Itchg living room set $75; gas stove $85 1520
1978 FORD GRANADA top end rebuilt across the street from Powell's Dairy )
fully loaded $1200 or best offer Freeze on 301 North. 716 2tjo 7 23 (
964-8161.7/16I1chg MOVING SALE Frl. 8 Sot., refrigerator
1983 FORD LTD CROWN VICTORIA. PS, $300; living room set $ISO: dining
PB, AC. cruise control. $3500. Call table $50; bunk bed $60; child s Wayne
964-6558 after 5 p.m. 7/16 Itpd dresser ((2)); shelving, much much
1975 VW BUS, Set up for factory air (NoCompressor morel' All must go. 314 N. Water
). Looks and runs good Starke. 7/16 Itpd
$895 Call 468-1853. 7/16 Itpd 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri 8 Sat J Homes S Lots
household goods, kitchen goods
/ Farms
r mens, womens. children. clothes .
REAL ESTATE lamps, stereo, toys bicycles, patio set
living room set numerous other items j LAWTEY Maintenance Free \
68th St.. 1 block off Rd. 225 turn at 1 Front and Back Porches
Carters TV. Lawtey. 7/16 Itchg (CRYSTAL LAKE
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN PROPER. FRI. 8 SAT.. July 17. 18. tools paint I w/Fircplace.Swimming Pool and
TIES. Garden Realty. P.O. Box 1030 water proofing sealants. school 1 ACREAGE Brick, 4BR 2BA.
Robbinsville. NC 2B771. 704-4796446. clothes, baby and adult like new
FREE BROCHURES. Year round 2 much more. SR 16 and Ace Rd near I Large Kitchen.Family Room / !
bedroom collage, large creek fruit UCI. Raiford. Pot 8 Nell Dickens I OWNER: FINANCINGFrame; : : ,
trees and garden space. Terms ..31.1200.7/16I1pd I1BR/1BA I Apartment w/Sepsrate
25000. Icon 87-301 3 FAMILY YARD SALE behind lawtey I LOTS OF ROOM 2.20OSQ FT
BE OUR NEIGHBOR. North Carolina Elementary School. Pin. 8 Adams I Stereo/Intercom,Range and .
Beautiful Mountain Properties. Financing Street. Lots of nice teenage 8 children
Available. Free Listing Information. clothes, Friday and Saturday 7 16 I SPLIT FLOOR PLAN Lovely
Carolina Country Real Estate. Box 686 Itchg I Kitchen w/Snac-k Bar.Fireplace, '
Hayesvllle, NC, 28904. 704-3898335. I SPACIOUSNESS: : 2BR,2BA,
Collect fcan 97-305 1 Family Room, Breakfast Room,
._._ _. I Large Porch.
I4S2--60 AC. FARM 2-story home.horse ,
stalls 8 tpck ,room pecan
grove, pasture, ponds, much more439 441 W. Madison I nd Dishwasher.
/ --COMMERCIAL PROPERTY fronts Starke. Fl 32091 I WALK TO SCHOOL 3BR. 1 /
Hwy. 301, near Courthouse, great Investment I Combo.Central Heat on Nice Lot.
potential. COOL LOCATION .CB Home

1447--MOBILE HOME PARK Ocala. 13 [ I CH/A, on Nice Lo(.
spaces, 4 mobil. Included 2 FmHA 964m-4469 S j LIKE PORCHES? Doublewide (
bedroom home, good Income 100"% nucnvrfcsrxs I Septic on 1.72 Acres.ISINGLEWIDE financing

occupied. SffVICC : MOBILE (
1435--MOBILE HOME on 3/4 ac. Stuc
co building could be used commercially. LAWTEY 135: 2 BR, 1 BA. IS acres 521,000..
Priced right. plus extra septic tank. $60.000 ; f
I446--BRICK HOME and commercial BROOKER 76 acres '/, wooded. I.A WTEY 2.Lou Inside City. < '
building acres, fronts US 301. Invest Vi pasture, creek only $1500 per .TEN ACRES: Bradford County. :
here! Great Exposure acre. >LOT ON LAKE GENEVA
W. PRATT ST.: 3/1. CH/A, stove
Lorraine Champion. Broker 105.2 ACRES -Northeast
r.frig.. microwave oven ceilingfan
IOACRES in South Clay
STROUT REALTY children walk to school
Reduced to $35.500. > 20 ACRES -NW Bradford
proximate153) waterfront with 4.55 ACR ES &2.16 ACRES:
O648O31or owners home. |.CITY LOTS -On HWY 16 W,
473-3O96 sale. 3 BR. 2 BA, CHSA. large lot HWY 301 SOUTH -Two.
only$38.000.Appraised at$46,000
838 N.Temple. Star I HWY 301 SOUTH acres
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! e Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 *

Ii: I V4 : e Lucille Spry r 964-8420 LEASE W/OPTION TO BUY City |
location 3 BR 2 BA, over 1,600
: 964-7331 .
Bobby Biggs
300' lot. city water ft sewer. $
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dining room double garage, .
pecan trees. See to
: EDWARDS ROAD Commercial Building needs repair. room, fireplace, ceiling to
*THERESSA AREA 3 acres partly wooded with creek, immaculate DRASTICALLY.ing Was $84,900 |

: 2 BR, 1 BA C/B. Nice fireplace. DEER RUN Immaculate !
LAWTEY New 3 BR. 1 '1a BA on Vt acre owner financing. lights, stocked lake. Ideal for
*N.W. 29TH AVENUE 24 acres part cleared part wooded.Has BR
i large stocked fish pond. Only $2&000.

i : DEERWOOD SUBDIVISION BR, 2 BA brick veneer large lot. *SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 Will |
:: *APPROXIMATELY 1 '/ miles past hospital. 1.21 acres has well bearing pecan trees.$39.000.
I, & septic. HANDY MAN SPECIAL In. |
35 wooded nice building site. hospital.
. CHURCH ST. Over 1,400 sq. ft. on nice lot, CH&A. PRICE REDUCED 3/1 CB. !

BEAUTIFUL 2 story home with barn on nice acreage. it HISTORICAL BEAUTY In :'


HAMPTON Fenced 5 acres with large frame home. ri.,

1 I If You Don't See What You're Looking For *2 MOBILE HOMES on 2.9 .
In Our Ad Call Us Anyway COUNTRY LIVING in this
skylight and many ."tro.. .
, We Have Many Other Properties Available *MH AND 1f+ ACRES Only |

I ; doublewide with large open (
*3/1 FRAME HOME 1.400 .
I : Commercial & Residential Rental Available $46.000. ::
2 5 ocres $12 500 with owner finandn

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1 FORD RANGER 4 speed w/topp.r, Buy,
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PAMs HAY: ALQAlaw t..... (IS. eW Boy central heat A air screened porch
condition tire $4700.473'laT7 Hems and Uted furniture
good new antiques
Mobil. Homes and spaces for rant., SIO-Oili..,sliiila.. 7...tes.eVoflejpfce fenced yard, lake access, near town 3
Recreational vehicles ivekania. Ptiana on BoMf MX ...... GoslMiOt tan* 8 UMD MORE HOMES. Call Roy until 5 p.m. or 473.7919 after glotswara, jewelry and much more blocks from schools. Prefer older con

964.7498. 9/16... 964 C356......... Wells o*ABW Motwto Hares 964607or 6pm. 2tchg 7/16-7/30 Come see for yourself. One mile east pie NO PETS. 1st B last month rent. I
NOW TAKING .. 9o..6... VI4 tfnrwIt 19IO DODGE CONVERSION VAN 318 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. '
4.. 2
ALGA HAT: Fmfcbarn. txst, SZ5 ..... All $225 per mo. After 6 p.m. 475-5022
BA ap' For...... Marmafean C>I lafca key..d.. .7......._SowW_ X..*DOUMEWKNE.oil sot up in O w.'inhJl..iioM. engine. Fully loaded with 1976 21' 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg 4tpd 6/25-7/16.
...... into. Nomad Travel Trailer, sleeps tin. Self MACARTHURS BLUE BERRY FARM Call
Butler 4963141. lID mow*
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Equal Opportunity -,. la -.II) ...- "V eM7 or HOUSE FOR RENT New 3/2 home for
Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 72.3727...ads H3.KO. Funoncwg CMaiHabU. Call contained. Will sell separate. $9000 early or late, 16592408. Rt. 100 to rent $425 per month. 475.2598. 2tpd

ROOMS FOR KENT: IMaonoba ......... S* HAlF paCEl s.. SO'':! .... Woe %4.5606.6/1I 1ffInochog negotiable M.F. Denmark, 473-4259. 315C at Grondln, follow signs. We still 7/9-7/16

per night.From$35 par......Dracount ........_.....P'9! ......eae.aor 2 OOWMCWIOC rO'$: Financinge.alsbl. Itpd 7/16 have them so come and get 'em. 2tchg WHITE SAND LAKE 3BR. AC flr.plac.e..c.n' ,
offered for longer tern Apply MI pas .. Call 1-2110625 con_,. tin 7/16-7/23 house $200 deposit
1i39'!! UJ1...d $249 '- 4e ramp
ton Magnolia "......Walnut S*.across see! See ....... GR' d lr! hcsrydr.c1 2 USED OOUMEWIDCSe low |....-. FOR SALE $395 per month. 2497884. 4tpd
from Post Office IF = eDOD4I'I63. exrpsera kas87x07 tow doers .....-. Cod 1-2720690 YARD SALES 7/2-7/23


decorated everything turnnJhed.laundry IIIB TOMMC TABUS. SUWDCROUEST REDUCTION SAlE gomg en Westinghouse, excellent condition, YARD SALE Friday, July 17, from 9 a.m. rooms, both and walk-in closet. $250

facilities included. Video room PASSIVE UEKBUtS tbgn....Ox.Bry- now at Global Homes of Orange Pak SISO. 473-4169 after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/16 until 4 p.m., and Saturday, July 18, per mo. 4737413. 4tchg 7/9.7/30

available Will accept ana dMd. nopeti I, ",r.2B40292.. and ... and July I*. With Tr... brood FOR SALE king size waterbed $79. from 9 Q.m. until 1 p.m. Baby bed rug DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME 3BR.2BA.

Palm Apt*.. 2313 N. Temple Foss B1J09 cast tram WOW. BsHMnng July 1319far Clark Foam graphite turf board $70 TV misc. Items East of 100 to Twin A/C 1 acre, 5834 Indian Trail. Oak

Av... Ssork.32091. S/l I> _SUNMDS.SUHAi.lHOtff.SAM UT .--.... Call 272O62S. 7/9 2Khg hydro lid. $50 exercise bike $60 Lake Rood across from Jiffy. Itpd 7/16 Forest. $300 per mo. $100 deposit no

PINE FOREST APTS. 2 K 3 BR apis now TOSTI.O14JOO22B i.Fell Colas Coi., 7/16 upright freezer. 13 cu. ft $100 Savin YARD SALE Sot., July 18 & Sun., July pets. 473.3698 or 269.9592 2tpd
avail Coll 9.5. Mon. thru Fri. 964 6312. B VfwbsO.. PIrIIC B VISA fMVEMTOBY EOUCTIOM SAlE Global B4O copier $I 00. 475-083. 2tchg 19. 7827 Bundy Lake Rood, off CR 214 7/9-7/16

tie flnchgWAREHOUSE '*!.lce>.,-31:8: Hamas of Oranga Pak 7 miles Southof 7/16-7/23 10 am until 5 p.m. Boy's dirt bike. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Melrose area,
STORAGE SPACE far rant STEEL UHOIMCS. foctterw Owed Orange Pak Mod on Btondmg Blvd. SKI EQUIPMENT Kidder Redllne $275 I Itpd 7/16 2BR furnished with porch $185 and

by the month SMO *o 10x20. 1010. 5peoah Cols wilts i.dkidsd mmiounfmt samngs of over $JOO on obo Obrlen Competitor $200 obo. 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri.. July 17, and deposit. 1.684.6634.2tchg 7/16-7/23

$35 per month. Call Ron DemrariV. 3O. V1O NOW S X9M.ua. s. Kftad ..... 4732877.. Itpd 7/16 Sot., July 18, 9 a.m. until ?. 1 ml. east MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR. IBA on

9M 7071. l/IStfncha. 40.50.12: S56MDO. 14*TO.1629 down SIS5 month FlEX STifLE COUCH R CHAIR Ilk.new of traffic light on Hwy 100. Things for 1M acre$260 per mo. Call after 6 p.m.

2 BR MH FURNISHED quiet 50.75.14 $900 DontilaK..$ down.SI99..1'h book case headboard bed with box babies, children and everyone, Jenny 475.5664.2tchg 7/16-7/23

neighborhood Hwy 16. V le"-coi-' MHtolOfbrl SlI....... CoO 2720625 spring*-$190 for everything. 473-4741. Lind Crib. Itpd 7/16 MAKE SUMMER RESERVATIONS NOW

ty 468.1323. 2/12... .......... for 1 .4_ Psrc6.e. c..I 7/9 2Iochg 7/16 Itcng 7/16 GARAGE SALE Sat., July 18, 8 a.m. until on Lake Geneva. Efficiency starting at
... Mini- seasonal dis
21"30.366e.ArsO..Satos B..Id 9Sys noon. Keyttone Heights $150 weekly. Monthly or
BR home with I ea.funu....... -Weekly -. ken 87-3N! Manor. 3 ... 2 BA. fvcplaca. cling $1500, will take $400 or best offer; Warehouse on Highway 100. Itchg counts. Special rates for year round.
or monthly Call collect 904 246-416O fans, carved bone and air porholryfumahadL Yamaha 12 string guitar new $400
Lake Geneva Rentals 4732919. 4tchg
or 473 2440. 4/9 ffnd>g 72oNADORAI.. WIllI .r bon B 84Mpta1'r No taosonoblo oHor mhnvad. will sell for first $190, huge rain lamp HOMES 716.86FOR

FOR RENT SOUTHERN VIllAS APARTMENTS 1S's..r.,pod-sad" .964-BWO or 9O4-495-382O.2tchg excellent condition $79; tab!. and
tale. $A0: bet. V5;:; l...._B RENT 3BR DW Clay County no
1 C 2 BR mats. Call 964 729S. 90 7/16 chairs, first $40. 473-4938. Itchg 7/16
GOVERNMENT HOMES for $1 I U will consider selling. .659.2269..
between 9 a.m. IIJO ...... M...... 5080. ---.. lyppdoss. ..... I.*S FUETWOOO. 3 B., 2 BA. ( pets
Tue. Thurs., C Fri Equal Oppo.twy S4SO- CaM....... 7/16 t<|B4lMiearirnni Dotibla.d. MH for sate. Nothing Repair), BUY DIRECT. Repos S Tax 2tchg 716723ON
.SUE rii-Mr: mrmnew. ,W Delinquent Properties. Get the facts BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE Modern 2
Housing 4/23 tfnchg dowse T..... ovar po.n.irt. Must sato PETS .
today. Call (refundable). BR home with 1 acre, furnished weekly
S2SO. end 945733.: 7,16
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED MOBILE HOME. aldq __. 96*6I2 alto p.m.
1.518.459.3546 ext H3339A, 24 hrs 4tpd or monthly call collect 904.246.60or
Close to prison on Hwy 22$. COB $6 7,9 2-pd 7/16 FREE PUPPIES TO GOOD HOME mother .
6/18.7/9 473 2440. 4/9 tfnchg
468 1323 6/4 4fnct MELROSE AREA 3BR. 2BA CB. w/brlck CLEAN MOBILE HOME. 2 bedroom. 1 V
BEDROOM APARTMENTS Far SSO CAREER OPPORTUNITIES TO. SSOO down. $190 month. Uncle Phone 473-3756 or 4732210.
front, thermal windows, central heat bath central heat & air in Clay County
per week. Includes: all utilities. Ma .or s.Ocola 1-351.851..7/941ctg7/30 2 AKC CHOW CHOW PUPPIES 1 black 1 .
and air Inside utility closet, close to Keystone, $245. 473 2566. 7/16
deposits 964 5139. 7/4lpd7/23 ASSUME PAYMENTS W* will help youajuaMy cinnamon, female, adorable, $190. range
2 BR LOCK HOME roc* and atiractw*. SEWRIG MAO_Off1AT0BS..d.eLCW Several to choose......*. Uncle 473-4429. Ifchg 7/16 refrigerator and dishwasher screened 2tchg 7/23

Central air and heat. 6OB N.Waier St .g too--'os.... sas_5a issanc. 1Roy' Ocalo- 13518514. 7/9 4fchg GOLDEN RETRIEVER FOUND female, 3 porch carport storage building wallto
fees IoLJ..,cad wall carpet, located on paved rood
plae. pod .
Call 964 4S70 or 473-762. 7/9 41dhg 7/30 legs need former owner or .Is. a NOTICE
.... bdp6d 1.8 In quiet neighborhood. Walk to Swan
profit Espw.as
7 30EFFICIENCY OOTT TAKE NO fOIl AM IUlSwn. Cod good home. 473-3368 or 4732424.

ROOMS. QU.I, clean. noloaches not reojMroiLJi Yea Apply i. she .tfBTpvvi at fwioncMKjUficw Ray's. IKchg" 7/16 Lake for swimming and R.oltor picnicing only CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted -
lake Betier Apaaret. 43500. R.T. Lovorn 473.3254,
carpet low rent We parson Ocoia- 1-351.851. 7 4-ctrq 7/30
an pay ask for Aggie Rolin. 2tchg 7/9.7/16 to the Lake Region Monitor office
all utilities 9645687 7'9 4 ROOM WITH KITCHEN PRIVILEGES In.motuie *. .--. $259 month Uncle sq. unless credit is already establishedwith
3BR. 3BA, eat In kitchen dining living-
male 964 8573 ofer 7 HELP WANTED 7/30
pm Kay s : 4Pcfccj VINYL INSTALLER'S HELPER family ireplace-2 car .pool- this office
7 164tclig 8 6 HOMES OF MEkTT: 3 ... 2 BA. Great needed. Experience needed but not walk to school- extras.garoga Asking MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
2 BEDROOM TRAILER o*Lns1 Valley Com Room. 10...". fiMoncing- S229 month. many
iicu I5IDEDED vPbp.s9Ps required. Part-tlme for now. Call 92500. Call 473.4400. Itpd 7/16
pqi.lund 964 5760 7 16 l-pd Uncla Boys O CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
fcfchen Cs.. c311 dea9e_5n.. 473-7933.4tpd 7/9.7/30 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 2BR 2BA.
fee.,..__ .-. I7Ns ......... ECE. 4Odog 7 3D WOMAN FOR PART-TIME WORK McRae with screened porch large fenced THE TELEPHONE.
appliances furnished down'tAwn Phone 964.4 I.t seed as- UNClE BOYS: Shop and connpor. Retirement Home. Call 473.2881.2tchg wooded 'lot, assumable 8.75% more Classified deadline Is 11 00 a.m. priorto
964 4990 7 16 I'pd 510_. Flwood.. R.......... Peach
ir no. appDr. 2 12 1*. 7/16-7/23 tgage. Appraised at$47,000, sale pric. Thursday publication.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HOME FOR lIEN .3 Snato. l* Homvs of Merit W.
r.ty Minimum is 15 words for$3.50
DEMONSIRAfE MOUSE Of UUJYO lavsand PROFESSIONAL MANICURIST full or negotiable. Will, consider financing. charge ,
BR 2 BA gaiage screen parch fcav. it all. Uncle Boys O then 15 cents for each word thereafter
&ir..I4ka>. piabit lees k.and* aplhes port-time experienced licensed 4753369. llpd 7/16
fireplace wall '0 (apes. eaw p- 1-35I-IB14. 9 7'30
.. ...... *M 2O3CI! S 21 "CJhg manicurist for established beauty
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TFdhg May apply person at Keystone MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
$450 month 173 3966. 7 16 3-ong 7 30 both, carhed ceilings garden tub
Beauty Solon Nightingale Street,
2 BEDROOM TRAILER pal-ally fuMnsmedon par cannral or and .....>. Includes stove.rafngerafor .
private In" in LII_,. Snap. nnchild.e. assembly __._ 11'_ _'00. cal and cailNng. fan. Take over Keystone Heights or call 473.4865 or 14 X 70 MOBILE HOME 2BR 1BA.fireplace PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile
475-226. Adres written
Call 782 3344 9a. 641-aIIIJ! en. 9579 7 2 rpdI 7 23 _-*-.*.. law....'y. COM.. alas 5 p.m. to ".0. Box I42O, application Heights partially furnished on good- homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free
3 BR. 2 FULL BATHS ce..*fal air af..lnea* TRACTOR VRAmCR DRWECS- romt tf 9&4-4O20L. 71*3-cng 7 30 Keystone sized lot central air. $24.000. 473.2077 estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 3/5
and 0"..* loco*. leas 23 mitt a good" dn'iy.ec.....amdnQ Fl.. 32656. 3tchg 7/16-7/30 until 5 473-7919 after 6
Wa'ei yoid caie tM or p.m.
M X*S TKAJU*.geed COnd>_.JI80O. WORK PART TIME until December I, p.m. tfnchg
964 7402 n, 481 2774. 7 16 1"od wailI.sso. _leesma.'ra.2wo.- Cod.... 4am. ..*.182J. 7 16 IfxJ 1987 Earn $8 hour and 2tchg 7/16.7/30 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.
RENTALS AVAILABLE $ISO per ........*. wio'lanvons'. MB 3 yeas. ew Pods 12 X 6* MOBME HOME. 3 bedroom. 1 per and Fr.up.Demonstrating FOR SALE OR RENT priced right 14' Call The Lawn Barber. 473.3590. Free

and up Call Susan f f at lki er B*..4terOw.iei T>vch Lane s fo" warn 0.- oi K.loss bashpa+otUy furmshed grind tend $300 k t. Weekly toy Call gifts.Jackie collect wide 2BR I IB A, CA on corner lot Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg

a' 964 5069 .-., 964 4048 If Msas 12 mannHiit ors Iner naed es- non $5000.968-/4.9-w 964 6784. 16 12829572. pay 7/16 473.2730. 4tchg 7/16.8/6 A/C SERVICE refrigeration attic insula

C C MINI STORAGE Hw,. 301 Srwh __....b cssd.ad as._ I.. .d Itchg FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER 14' tion. All makes reasonable rates.
964 8848 6 11 fncltg Dries Apply w Ps5.o. wide, 3BR 1 1BA, on corner lot near 475-2812 Steven. 4tchg 7/9.7/30
Home in Melrose for 8 old.
OFFICE ON 301 Con-oc--... .-..* Teak l.* 2241 Otrtaf sV.rfPo Start in our mid Mature Christian mo. town flexible on terms. 473.2730 41cng HAVE BROOM WILL TRAVEL reasonable

a* 964 5516 6 23 .... soceloFloa.d.. 904 477-*4BIlatn August. fit OFINVENTORY* rates. Excellent results guaranteed.Call .

3 BR MOBILE HOME in c..u..'Ty.N-.a. 2255000. fOL k.. $7 X. NOTICE Woman. 479-2O17. Itchg 7/16 REDUCTION SALE gnlng' on Deb at 4734938. Itchg 7/16
. .... WAlfIlES5EDED.. etr COCKTAIL WAITRESS WANTED Fri. A Global H-. if, Pork
- *-iftg tpplicatnt $185 per na4 plus AsPI now a nes Orange LIGHT WELDING at my home,
$I50dep-..i- Call 964 5734 7.2.*! New B..eddy s as lake -... f. CI.ASW.u ADVUTSIMG sn.uld be sub Sat. night 7/16 Call Tony at 473.4534.If'Chg and will ..d July 19. Wih" live brad reasonable. Pickup and deliver within

2 BEDROOM 1 ba'ti duple. $ pies. 46iI 20801! 7 16 1-WM) ..**.d .<.. cane Brodf-xd County CIVB. ENGINEER NEEDED associate Cos' fin'" WQIK. Be hs'eiiuig' July 13 19 10 miles of KH. 4734898. ask for Fred.

secun'y Afar 5 p n. 9648566. 7'If UPJOHN HEALTH CARE SERVICES.nma f..il..iim -irhca "n>. wn'mg.... pad m with land in to ofwbdiviion foi de'ails Call 212 0625. 7 9 2-chg 1 Itchg 7/16
2'pd 7 16 CiIorMcall Sna...s.8rt Mwr'ei advance, unless c.ed- .. already" surveyor 7 16INVENTORY

I BR APARTMENT in Call JohnMarvin
Walnu 964 5276 Ni peat apply CaH M. P>l-BOO-342aMn! loe
person 7 16 14cl g 7 I* 11019BN MOD BESPOMSMIC FOB MISTAKES IN at 473-3011. Itpd 7/16. of Oiange' Paik Mall ", Blending Blvdannounces .. firms, or connple'e building 30 yearsexperience

1 BR APARTMENT. funustted flea. ... UPM aaEO. TEOt.neotni Pal.._ oobwe OASSaHEOS WHCM AD IS TAKEN OVER PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST full or savings' if ivei $3000 onseleced serving Bradford and Clay

quie oduls *>tily 964 4796 MowrfcAporMien's ,, onecsis w Srk. ore_ Gard THC TELEPHONE. port time, experienced, licensed hairstylist ums14x70 Counties, 473.4018. 5 28 fn
for established
7 16 2ctig 7 23 pay 1_". nn.rnt Vap.nc'wr. a. Classified deadkin TUESDAY beauty salon. $629 dw". $155.1.1, "',, FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging
2 BR MOBILE HOME a* Wes-niniekx per o...a ._.... I 3 s.5900.: 7 to2vd is May apply in person at Keystone Beauty DoubiewideS1000d, -..wu$199.. n.'h. House out of level?? LoRue Leveling
MOON n Tnmiday pubiua'mnGas.f.d .
anm Scion
bade, Paik l-i' 25. {.*.>

    neo964 5219. 7 16 lpd -L1.E-RS./01/SfLUfl .prelse.ddeacted. 5OO P.M. Speed Classified deploy or 7 92-cng7 16 473.7721. 7/9 tfnchg

    ,."" .-_..&..._._. Guo ..*eed. written applications to P.O.
    poIac.*>en is o Box 1420 Keystone Heights. Florida,
    '-'-'--' kca.e Du-Mes .dorde <,-.... adgsaa
    t-w fi.d ads
    Merman cnarge eio ss> isIS 32656. :3tchg 7/16-7/30
    FOR SALE an.saw.k I.ea. ..... VKOOS l-. $3JO. 15 cents for

    -.- ------- Sa..por, a. pee....> ..*- LG .
    each ward 9r..ai's.FINANCIAL David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
    Da" 0.ploy Me 425 N. Te.p.* REAL ESTATE
    $14 99 ..n.-iii'l l.. Call 964 6946 .... A.e_ 7 16 lpdSECURJlr Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
    FiatS.add..ed.ayf S ACRES with well and tank Oak
    PLATES Alun..wm.Meosuies septic
    NEWSPAPER : ". _...,. .,._.... Ty pq ..d SERVICES Forest wee $17.500 473-4938.
    24.36 25ce<4-seani. Oiea* ........... Ad, arid,,...s _.,.-.d !Hhg7/16 neg. CK: k19 NW 28th St. 964-6133 tinI

    h pa'cniiig and repairs. TiUGftAiPM. Please cola 355 StOD: !'.. fwl_ .,-. NEIL lIEU' l _

    135 W Colt S-. 964 6305. ..o-...... 7l3-cng73O We buy niHses FHA i. VA _..*gagas.

    BLUEBERRIES U PICK. 50 cent a p1 --"" MATURE: COUPLE -" tow .in s+.,. ...-neilodue _. C _._"" 1_... 4732438.Breda .

    inile, we' of La..-.,. Cft 225. Colt 'f d- cneaxw-o. ._ .> tee 413-3672. 7 9 2-cng 7 16 _._._.-.-.-.
    ., ...
    182 3344 782 3942 f e
    ._*.... dr .n_.-_.-:.ad ya>d w-' ... 94M. 7IB4
    WASHING MACHINE. elefiigeia'ii
    and s'nve. $7S *n S'OO 7 I* ItcngEXPERKNCEO PERSONALS i I Elixson Wood Products Inc. !
    DENTAL ASSKTAWf.AepympaisM >
    earn 964 5139 7 9 2-pd 723 r

    S 000 BTU WHIRLPOOL wMidiw ui..*. 1 wmhfOMOT 64SnMr Co ALONE?? Call BRINGING PEOPLE Train to be a Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark
    old $75: 2.000 BTU ou Ix.dwdy V M-n In 7 1*TUinj 7 23 I
    IC9CCTHU lies mmlespecred
    new wi'nevop-'io'-w" <-.slfac.->K| BABYSITTER NEEDED heed .oa.. .t
    f.. doing i. wean smca 1977 AW ages mClodmg
    $125 used y<..*.. bed w*.. ew aepexdafe pas. caw.-
    nig ...... .. senior Cl'izensI I You Pickup or We Deliver
    ..,a-iess $40 964 8898. 7 16 l-e..g ad o04 M. It.doy et a saw./ 1Jlarl t
    PIANO FOR SALE: Wo....... Respiab.pa.'y .. nnwis cone 5 JO... on day ear smools aa>64.44OI 42.hiVSA I
    MAST ICAIID! Ge rcaod today t We Also Have
    *o 015..*.>. s<.>o4i "'onn4ypayniens nuSe...l w es.y ..err.e.csad .
    *1522 .' C1383
    OnliJCo CaN 1619 56 e
    in plain See Ijxally' CoM stay s qusssv's "* 24 kegs far apptea..... 7 2 3pd mail, full-ua.parl ama Lumber t
    trod, ,..o..0991 1 800 447 .266. 716 e c i r O >eM A. Va.fc.. ft ynur Train M li>.airline computer, i Red Heart Cypress
    32091 7,16 3no 7 30 J
    2pd723 EXPSBIENCE.Scandiiiiaiiaiii. Ikaestady Mid rnldenl mining.
    caepa 9646649tu&
    HOSPITAL BEDS wittI'andt nogio"
    TEN METAL BraxilnwiMha fta.B.fc.1 Bid available.Job j
    lag -n. wok aas egg lw0., 9.4_96s 5219. e.._. : .
    School Exchange s-uden arr.. pbniwiit aubunn.N Umul 'to ..... "'"
    _. IrI
    fUll TIME POSITION .asl
    7 16
    ..' 238 J J. Morse .
    496 2323
    e_.III.,. n noa..............<.O* .e a90A1y.* BeconiaMns fanMtylorAmarKon 1 r.5p errs,LiBMbuuse faint,FL
    2cng 7 23 b....a.i"ur.. ,-........- A S iSiw.
    LIKE NEW $ UPHOLStERED t>oi<.l s-yle..a.cna. .penence and yp.y skidsPasr plan A.C.T. Travel School w- l iU 1 -WOBVnr- -

    ... Suioble h' dnt...g t........of den _a_llab
    ->i office. T H. Ben...... call fce*.een122pt Ceneial Olhce__ B7303 : /1 11 Dodge's Land Clearing Service
    M af-ei 6p>.. 964 6439 7,I* Da"a Pw--.c-ta e
    1'.gFULL Apply *n pe> BkadlndCm fsa'we .

    SIZE MATTRESS. excelle* cnnd.in .. .Md'y. 7 9 2-c9 7 16 "]-01'/111'f Co .1PLh'TB .Jul,,'

    ', $35 Colt 964 6250. 7 16 -0'9 PART-IHME SALES HEIr App tee 3 -.....
    Diess B Grf Sn. 7 *h- 7 1* :
    24 000 BTU HOTPOINT air s->..idrtne. 0 PUBLIC AUCTION
    s-M. separns.01bc
    ... S250 964 7255 7/16
    w 1.s s..4 5.y c-

    $10000. will sacrifice I"* $5000. --P.-age--. Sess .d pa -r.r-c Eqerpraou from Dept. of Transportation. DcpL of Highway SITE PREPARATION LOTS ACREAGE CLEARED
    f .
    son Hnwn n |>is Ofhca of n.a.re.M
    964 5527 7 16 1-pd ,... Need S2 100 l.e*.......bef. d/.vr Sifcfy sad Molar Vehicles, (FlIP). Came and Freshwater Fish Comm.. SEPTIC TANK PAD .756'''''t 30

    NEW CARPET -op giade 9 12 p..* 'n cos sr.ppkes Fa d.as c.At Eftrpt. of Nananl Resources sod other Slaw Agencies. 1 Steve

    velve S30O value fir $1OO ease see 1.0 Nee PAT 4MMWV Dodge 904/473.7691

    'o appiecia-e. Old TV caow<.*. ....gep.co" 1_2254117IUf.1II2 PLACE Depl- f nsportatlon Maintenance
    wood. eMcellen*c.v
    old 5'.'." cob>.*. $25 very g"'nd 0V1l ENG0EU NEBIQ y __ Yard W. Railroad St. Lake City, FL

    w",->d. 'opper 'nkug I wheel base sub bed tcney- 0 pr-. ...... 08 -

    '''''.'g'' 'ruck. $250.: rear wneeiweigh's -w._ plasm k.orad9e. d TIME:
    INC cub '.odor. $20 each. s..wUO.d i >--a.... Can JI4s.m. 11:00.A.'I Saturday. July 25. 1987

    964 6488 V. Tnirn*m. 7'I61-pd 4733011 7.. lpdMA1NES KANE CYCLE REPAIRCycle

    INSPECTION: \ 104:1'1\1- Friday. July 24 Repair e Parts AccessoriesUS

    8A\110 10A.11-Sale Day

    REAL ESTATE 301 N. Starke 964-5805

    25 East Main
    TERMS c-..s -,.-....._I w umpMy check MUST h....a

    lok.ButUr.FL 32054 m as Lek -..--.R-awe.T tare*. MT 90-16 MAXONFull
    A ekp.a f s.a lor ask... _a.Brqa s Kht nek muM lie made M lime of $49.50 Face Helmets

    Harriett Ar\ains. Raltor aso 1w. w-gab a 25 -.....r_qa.4-- .OM ky 3:rTH.July 27.
    T7 as Abe Ftoal

    ITEMS TO BE SOLD Bungie Nets $39.95Snell OPEN: TUES-SAT


    C I tR/l IA MOMion ..... ..."..camas ..... o.o.doed g..9a.sBdsp. .30 has; 15 pKt..... 2S Ram Ckareen 5 vans dump $3.99 ea. ApprovedFull

    $48.950. With f__.. $S3 JOO. Pob6f.near f .L-9 tacks.cab Jc chassis Fbtfbini crack motor grader steel Face Helmets BATTERIES

    *MOIILE HOME LOT for f-. Mos.... ....-aid psas ped.RAfOBD ... .hccl rollen lift track 5 tractors ....ine mowers boat Bungle Cords 12N12A4A1 12N143A

    *2 E1/I IA Mobil ham on M aor*.Many iowner -ears krdid.d....... DB lnia's PLUS MUCH MUCII MORE! .99 ea. $34.00 $26.95 $29.95

    financing lAD HImu For Info, CALL: Mike or Tom Garner Foam Grips Fiat Shields Oil Filters II Alt repairs on cycles ATVt

    FIRST COAST AUCTION (90$) SJ..2JJ $2.50 TuneDpsStarke.
    *2 M/1 iA house lor m*. .$2.95 perSet! ea.
    OR TOE i. FRFE IN FL. 1-R/KLRIIW7R1 -- --

    .. _.. ._........ .. ... .. _f-: :; .. ._, '.H. _-.._ ....;"" _.. ._ _-1CJ' '" _ _ .._ _
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    Union County. .



    5. call 964-5291. 3/07 tin GovElpTbales NOM $t (U

    44 ACMES with 2 BR house or will divide YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOI CAROLINA VACATION CAMN. repair,. Di.e.r preperey.
    Into 10 acre or more tract. 964-7771 or STOREt choose from: Jeansportswearladles US 441 between.,'-O Cherokee.NC. Rpot----'en.. C ICIOS)687-4G11O.) Ira *T MON .MOMC Two bedroom, I OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
    964-4537. 5/14 TFchg apparel mans children/motor- Near tithing rafting hiking Blue Ext. CH-IIM.for press reeo....7/2 1/2 bah? central heel end otov Must located In Union County Times
    WOODED LOT, lake vl.w, Sampson nlty. large sixes, petite Ridge Parkway, mining. 2 M cabm ...... 8/20 oo so epfxreckoi. SerOOO. Cell building. Call for Information.
    Lake. SI20O or best offs call furnished Sunset Farms M.Curs lit 4VMIO7I. IrtU/rAo" .. 3r|* 4962261. tfn.
    dancewear/aerobic bridal lingerie or SUTLERBR .8edooc.4 far. ....
    I Bon 21*C. Whittier. NC. Wee Ph. __.3 mto
    1.131.1807.1/16 4tchg 8/6 accessories store. Add color analysis. .2 1M.CH&A.... ..... .. un dtMbtowtdePOfV
    104 ..
    IV. LOTS IN CITY. Fenced and utility Brands: Liz Claiborne Gasoline, 97.:2200. 7/2 Stchg 7/3O 138..000. ... x S41..5CII ........ ...... 4 bedlreme. 2 both&eF INSURANCEMAINES
    building. 9648392. 7/16 3tpd 7/30 Healthtex, Levi), lee, Camp Beverly COTTAGES Fully furnished Daily' 2/Srln ma'y' tIM-4M9. ....,.-fee"""" ....._
    10 ACRES septic tank and well with Hills; St Michele, Chaus, Outback Red weekly monthly rotes Also mobile. ........Fheccby airs bo wronged Kneeded. INSURANCE AGENCY: 25 E.
    pump, 6 acres In Pensocola grass, rest Genesis, Forenia Organically Grown for home sole.pod' spaces for rent, and homes FOR SALE ..............oeWery end s.f Mom Street, lake Butler, 4963978.
    In wooded land and timber with small over 2000 others. Or $13.99 One Price MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E. e .OnlyJS,50O.Callar.ppoMhrk.nl.", ,, Complete 'Insurance Service. 4/10 tIn
    creek running through. Small down Designer, Multi-tier pricing discount or Highland S24-460S.O/H Franklin N.C. (704) 4-1. *.. eVISHM .
    paym.nand, monthly payment 7/16 family shoe store. Retail prices tfnchg w WITH COLOR coo ou I Iralnwf s.4 .SMMeKT a 4oT TlWeo bedreoii HELP WANTED
    unbelievable for quality shoes normal ---- robins. ...... ......... of 2 betas wet. ........ oorMy .uraM.
    PERSONAL SERVICESWANT ly priced from $19 To $80. Over 250 FARM EQUIPMENTSTEEL S27.B3 or ..... e or oof*.""** of ..........-..dos.,.....>YX m 20T porch'
    brands 2600 styles $14.800 to$26.900: S23.1B. Cad 4V6-Z2U. ....... 7/1* I I/a Sao e.c caojoVUmior. ellecMIc polo. SIS FOOD $TORE-24 In lake Butler i Is

    TO DRINK Inventory, training, fixtures, grand FROST FREE tEFWGCKATO and dish UrMwo., 7..500. Cod ....2555. now accepting applications for
    THAT YOUIlIUSINESS opening, airfare, etc. Can open 15 Must sell 2 arch-styled MMLOmCS steel freezer 496-264. ttehn. | 7/1* em.lM...e/TS......7/.* Manager Position. Experience a must.
    WANT TO STOP day. Mr. Loughlin ((612)) 8886555. 'Itpd from cancellation. 193 HONDA ATC MS$3SOL Ce*efner* EDUCED FOR IMMEDIATE SA1Cdo.tn..iml. Company benefits. Salary based on...-
    THAr'SOURSAlcoholic. 7/16 Brand ....... Call Jim One 1-80O-S27-4O44.is 4O x40 p... 496-JS04..d-7/to --... .......494-7734 or pereince plus bonus. Send Resume or
    .Anonymous LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING nor. WANTED HST04HMU ARTY to I9..2CU. 71"7130 apply: at SSS office, 2200 E. Duval
    964-4150-964-621 thAm.rlcan Van Lines needs 7/9 2tpd 1'16 OMWtW .... oMMMlMv BtWMMMtfta flM IRIS NEW MOeU MOMCe. ............... Street, lake City Fl. 32055. tfn/chg.

    CHAIN: LINK FENCE Installed. Free owner/operators! If you need training, -. See y.CMcrdo..___ ceeWal. Rear end w. dshwaeher. end 6/4
    estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. we will train you. You will operate 1-800-447-eate. 7f"' -71'3IIIHIGHATOI. .i-.dar.d. NaiRwug dawn.. leaf ARIA DEMONSTRATORS needed for
    Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tin your own tractor. If you don't have .WACHE*AID UPSBCMT w.ewone.r J, J On lot ready for oc- Christmas Around the World home par
    HANDYMAN! carpentry painting electrical one, northAmerlcon offers a purchase FREEZE 4M-2090 7/I-2**ra-7/2J; .-.-y.. .CoH4 t>3aaoornsrop.n fluetAWtR ty. Plan from now til December. Free

    complete home repair., program that we think Is one of the PINES ? AND SCOUDCD 2 bd-l bits kit, no collecting or delivering. Coll Jan
    urob 4e ....... Christie collect .
    Reasonable rotes. Licensed contractor. best In the Industry. If you are 21 or an S ocree.Crook Mira 0r.e.wof. at 732-4447.
    .. r .......... EXCELLENT INCOME for short phone
    Coll Mitch. 4733940. l/9tfn over and think you may qualify,call fora Quality LivingR YARD SALE ca w J il4hr Branch of
    olI_ at home. For Info call
    information aw nor property In
    SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes complete package. Call "
    cleaned oiled and adjusted, $15. Used weekdays: TOLL FREE 1-800-348-2191. 121 Lake Butler "4.or- Cowry. ....900 /laeaeovew.. 304-649-7922 Ext.8401-A 2tpd 7/9- 7/23
    GIANT 2 FAMslT VAD SALE laSurifa .. .... HOUSEKEEPING AIDE Immediate
    ask for 97. fcan 87-307 Agency sst. .7544X o Jaere part-
    machines for sale. James operator 496-2366
    sewing ((904)) July It 8 ......sew 480 SW 3rd St. 2 ot 4sV3Z7* lfcfcrg-7/le rime position available Saturday and ,
    Strickland corner Morgan Rd and Hwy 1.2 6 3 bedroom horn ;near toonogo boys neve vwAhoe. eflv /* sue DOWN MAKES YOU OWNER Sunday. Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday i
    Stark. 9648733. 3/19 tfn
    JIMMY'S 16. LAWN SERVICE 10 ser. BOATS hospitals schools & state faciliiies inch ..... rocking torso" wooden. 0th. baleen. 10..er.owne flonnced.Tryosv. mornings Contact personnel Lake
    years choir Says toy bee. eaaae..grqmee..row.ris .CaH 370-0260.. ltd7losotaoB Buffer Hospital and Hand Surgery
    vice. Call for free estimates. 9&4-4621 Preference given to long-term Taea i d.A es.oll asess RXPO-XA1 CLEAN spits 2 bdnw. een_. 850 E. Main Street lake Butler.

    ATTENTION OR 964-6842.LOCAL After ARTISTS/CRAFT 6 p.m. 4/9 chgtfn PER 1t71 UFT. COBIA BOAT 115 HP rentals -Consult oftice/Untt 23 ore prod to ...... Genial 41 row 1-1/2. both. Cal _/__. cable TVa. FL, 32034. 496-2323. EOE ltchrg-7 16
    Johnson. Only $1400, Call 533-2451 ltpd-7/16 .. ofalle4o3SOI. 7/1-2rpd-7/23: CLERICAL apply at Twin-Top Parts
    SONS. Are Interested In selling Kid's
    you after 6 p.m. 7/16 line VARIETY o* mMS Soinraay. Arty I.. 5 7/l6-2tchrg-7/23
    through our shop. Shop opening soon. 14 FT. KING FISHER BOAT 70 hp motor. e .....2 p-w. M WS ear MJ Sow SMB.. WANTED REGISTERED VOTERS to conduct
    Call 782-3187 after 6 p.m. for information. NOTICE
    trolling motor power wench and ltdve-7/le telephone surveys during evenIng -
    7/2 7/30
    5tchg trailer good condition. Call 9647794. GARAGE SALf bofay Los. swell appliance and weekends from home. Call
    1 WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT childrenIn
    964-7321.your 2tpd 7/16 1 Itpd PLAY AT HOMEI Tennis, s..Urnsr.g *. do-h-g toy. 365 tW 2nd OLASSonED AoTVERTOoNC"shWd'.cab Sherry I-BOO-32S-I337. you will hear atone
    LAWN my SERVICE homedays for residential and and o sauna all on your own properly. A o. U iomrdoy. J-V I*. idVg-7/M! ww.ud. a .. hoax cT...... o4 then dial 879. ltchrg-7/16

    mercial. Reasonable com Free This 4 Bod. 4 both homo has all. rice in --m end pod in advanceen
    estimates. 964-4238. 7/16 rates tfnchg ANIMALSFOR thl. ft morel Located on a creek CAREER OPPORTUNITIES "-ow credit w afceaoV ostafallehedTHE FOR RENTCO's
    tae oIke.
    EXPERT SEWING'and alterations fitted SALE overlooking Nr. fairway at Starko THE
    |lu.tfor Call Barbara Smith after 10 Golf t Country Club. SI3S.5OO.
    you. CHECK US
    p.m. 7823207. 7/16 Itpd COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES AKC PRICE SLASHCOII Throe ..... 2 bats Offering two week pet oreiliia. .* CLASS RJS! SWHSU ADD TAKEN OVER homes tailored to your pay schedule
    LAWN SERVICES, most lawns. $20. Free registered 9 weeks old, 1st shots,
    home overlooking Sampson take .rant. glee. *wee pod haidsys. 0.14 nE m@wollf.C PINES SB 1 21. just south of SRIOO in
    estimates, 9644238. 7/16 tfnchg wormed. Block, white or buff. $125 owlwd. ........... Lake Butler. Call
    $150 each. 9648575. with appr.... 1500 sq. ft. of wraparound prof, i.e-.... Sap IIooeIpIooI .... Is TUESDAY.NOON 4962366. Hn/chq.
    7/2 4tchg 7/23 parch. Over 220O sq. ft.heated not required. We re** *re "- AoaHy *. prkor M Ttnmdby pvelicaHontA ,OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
    HOMES FREE 964-4982.> Purebred 7/16 German Sheppard, and cooled. Garden tubs in person to ...... aWHe Apoorel _i.,._charge l 'words...S3.3O. located in Union County Times Building
    FOR SALE Itchg (Sow IS awns for soak word thereafter at TSO West Main. Call 496-2261 for
    BLACK KITTENS free to good home, both baths. Was SI30.000 n- more information tin
    468.1853.1/16I1pd $119.000 NOW $110.001 CALL TODAY REPAIRSSALESANTENNA
    2 BR. 1 BA with 2-car garage. Perfect for I all electric, central heat and

    retired couple. Easy walking distanceto NEWLYWEDS A perfect starter home TOWERS recoar and sofa.. air private paved road laundry and
    n.w shopping center. $29.999. Call SCHOOLS for someone who wants the featuresof also sotoMno ......... Gel Don.. rocs 100MNC FOB A SPEOAl PIECE OF no. park playground. Near schools, hoop.. i
    964-5606. 4/30 tin rE TyT R don f hmo. M, rll And *-.A.a, state facilities. PINES
    ot 4)96-2282 for free ennxwone. SR-I2I. east Lake
    __ a more enpensive home at % the :
    PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE,3 BR, 2 screened 7163adrg.730FLEA JANE S. USMC*. lEALTO Butler' Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax.
    Hce. W/W CHXA.
    t> carpet.
    brick home with fireplace W-212o: or .%.2'ICIJ. _e*_ 'VOUK .
    BA. venoer SEMI DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks porch carport, all on a V4 acre fenced and no pets chg/tfn 3/21 I
    and garage on 5 acres. Beautiful Drive Big Trucks! DOT Certification. 'lot. Only S33.SOO. MARKET Mote CCUVvTV HAlTOt. rm CLEAN HOUSE. 2 BEDROOM I both with i
    home. United Realty of Storks. Local and National Job Placement snow and refrigerator. $220 per
    964-8447 or evenings 4733627. NOW Assistance. Correspondence/Resident UNWIND STYLE labs an the porch MOBILE HOME month. First and last month's rent in
    $59.500.1/2 tfnchg Training. Eligible Institution for Financial on In your Jacuzzi. This beautiful 3 THE MAnn PlACf of*.o Blew Cawrty advance. Coll 496-2993 or 496-207) .
    FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 BA homeon Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. bed. 2 both home has aver 1400 sq. Flea O Auction ......, Opon ACREAGE TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME IN CITY

    I'/i acre large work shop small Call 18003463112. United Truck ft. with a fireplace garage, solar Thurs.-Sun. 8 om.pjo eWowio. ). ..* Unfurnished central air and heat I

    animal barn, pole barn and more.i Master Resident Training: Tampa. water heater and a large wood deck ing. trading of IOTW of ..wL Cal KAOV fOIl HOOK tit pst needs noble dishwasher Low monthly electric bills I,

    Reasonably priced. 964-5036. 1/241pd Florida. Home Office: Cleorwa'er. overlooking a fenced '4 acre yard. :259.2fts tocoted on WaoatoMi Hood -.-. 3 wont,_ FfftZ rows. S65Jtt Ready for immediate occupancy. Rent
    BY OWNER COLONIAL 4 BR, 2 BA Florida. fcan 87.310 69000. Macdenny. Fl 22O61 Mex .o HO 1967501 7/162pd7/3! with option to buy. Call 496-3206 after" I
    spacious rooms, close convenient Itpd-7/16 6 p.m. tfn
    2. 5 ADIOS LANDLORD 3 bedr-oo.n. 2
    quiet, amenities, may purchase or
    bath mobile home with addition.
    10 acres. Some owner financing. LOSTFOUNDLOST
    964.5610.1/9 2tpd 116COMMERCIAL CHCA. w/w carpet ceiling Ions
    fireplace all on a 160 x 131 fencedlot. BULLDOZER WORK I Remodeling and Repairs

    PROPERTY 2 black and tan female coonhounds Owner financing _oil...... "_
    KOOMI AtUrfioM .
    WANTEDFennLr.sCear Homo ,.Pat,.
    tatto right ear M.E.R.. Reward. 127.900. }
    RENTLEASESALEFOR Contact Marvin Rosier 7823655. 7/16 AFFORDABLE NOW Profitable later.This .d {11 ste-CootMte) Electrical Ropairi
    2tchg 7/23 Free Estimates
    4 bed. 2 bath has 2000 Lot.Clearedo..1..Ied
    over sq. .
    LEASE: 1.000 sq. ft.. 301 South next LOST Bird Graham area. 9 inches long. ft. Home located Call Fred Stafford 485-1952 vde.mrsi.a"6uNwr.wuM
    of living area. on
    with yellow and red under wing. _
    United 964-8848 9648447. green
    to Realty
    a paved road A could ... used for Call after tQpjm.
    4733627. 4/16 tfnchg Reward, call 964.8182.7/16 Itpd
    or eves
    daycare _'patlent..icaI nursing 7823894GAGNON
    home, etc. Owner financing groatterms ,
    only' S65.OOO.

    I COZY COTTAGE This 2 bed. > bath FOR SALE

    home a beautiful is located 100 In Klngsley m 100. lot.Villageon Only F' Fill Dirt Top Soil L.

    The mace originally a weapon of the Middle Ages is $25.000.
    Small Loads of
    today a club-shaped staff used as a symbol of authority.The 473-7653473-4816 Large or Limerock

    mace used in the U.S. House of Representatives is Re-Builders
    Keystone) Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer
    about three feet long.
    475-2272 Grille Bolldoier Work

    282.1300 Jax Culverts Irwlolted' 964-6182 964-5823 964-6095 i

    Fill Dirt ( Top So. ,
    FOR RENT 964-5414
    1200 Ft. ff No Answer
    Sq. Bldg. ptoonn for the price of 4 UVlna, BRS I

    Ideal for Repair Shop *Removal 964-60 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED EDM :

    $200 per monthAt *Trimming "'o-IIty..a--...... S I I
    J IAo o>bow* Moot) . _. ... 1495 Scotchgard Aoollablo.
    Rear of Removal
    Stump Seriiictr Citizen : e Free Advice

    Mosley Tire Co. *Firewood .__._ DnscouCall964-.99 I .___,of
    On US 301 South ...--. Oioi*"*..".. i" --.o** .-.........
    Free Estimate 'liJIiJJIiHIiLi.1111EXFIIir.. j ,Ye. Else. ........ a
    See Lynn at 473.7097 or 473.7679 .a-.u--.PaaIIDc% _&

    Lynn's Body Shopor ADVICEON .c..... .,.......1-

    After 5 P.M. '- u -- '" .c.. Pus ..
    call McDougall f' ALL CDF YOUR]1 51.- Ce t Pelsildlq

    1-904-786-89891 Keystone Heights ; SAMPSON LAKE / >'t
    Licensed & Insured BUILDING NEEDS c.ii TO BY .> 'v :-;.;. :;
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    964-f7fif l. < For Sale By Owner '.; : ..

    Durrance Pump ft Supply HOMES NORTH BEAUTIFULOf FLORIDA I _i + t ; :Lake Front: : LotsISVKNIffGS } from $90b.Lake'Access ..}
    U.S. 301 North 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke a 21S!Calf, S'.e-"J64.4766 "'-. .. ..ww.Tt A'=: Lots Terms'AvatJable '

    : *Pumps *Plumbing! *Well Drilling i. .' \' "'..;'.,.." .. .- .; '!' 'f.
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    MacClean Water Conditioners :,:-:-'" 964--7755 '1< ,
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    For Sale or Rent 964.7061r-. GOLD KIST STORE sQ ._.<;,t".... .. '+ 533-2O38. ,"," y. ,: ".,"'". N':


    'GET RID OF" SALE to make room for incoming trteband.y! .

    : LongnockorsFarm BLUEBERRIES ui 5kor 29 GA. galvanized roofing 5V crimp trw w s

    .i Form 468-2483 Picking Sweat Horn Tifblui..475-1151 or 4732703Open Picked 6' $4.00 T $4.50 limited number left THE

    Mon Sot 8 ,. 6-Closed Sunday Ridge cap Different prices NOW priced at $5.00 each NEWLY REMODELED

    f Earleton, Florida 2 Miles East of US 301

    ; 1.7 Miles North of SR 26 on CR 1469

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    ,i : P.O. Drawer A. Starke FL 32091 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY FOR RENT by the nlaht. week or month.

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    July JO, IVOf D 9C ls A UJM Page 11

    June Was A Busy Month For Bradford County State Attorney's OfficeThe


    torney Bradford Gene Whitworth Office of State At- restitution in all cases, substance years probation,ordered to pay. $150 Richard Dewayne Tyler arrested Neil Norman Golden arrested arrested Dec. 1986 for violati vof l
    new individuals received 40 abuse counseling, fined $250. costs. ,Nov. 14, 1983 for burglary, grand Dec. 25 for burglary, possession of ,probation (VOP); April, 1987 given
    defendants for cases and/or felony Jenkins arrested Dec. 8 for Frederick Lee Sanders arrestedNov. theft; pled guilty, placed on four burglary tools, trespass on school 30 days to pay.
    the month of June.prosecution during forgery, uttering forged instrument 25 for grand theft, burglary, years probation: arrested Nov. 26, grounds; pled no contest, placed on Billy Gordon Griffis arrested
    cases Three of these (Florida National Bank); pled no petit theft; dismissed defendant ,1984 for violation of probation; orderof five years probaton, make restitu- August, 1981 for possession of mari-
    to Investigator were prison related,according contest, placed on five years probation sentenced on other charges. probation revoked, sentenced to tion $554.52, maintain and stay cur- juana, more than 20 grtfms; pled
    Information Wiley Clark. concurrent, make restitution. Sanders arrested Jan. 2 for two years DOC Youthful Defender rent with child suppport, submit to guilty sentenced to one year Department
    cases and the office was filed on 28 prior Jenkins arrested Dec. 8 for burglary, petit theft; pled guilty, arrested Oct. 26, 1986 for VOP; ad- evaluation for substance abuse. of Corrections, four years probation
    declined to prosecute forgery, uttering forged instrument placed on five years probation, con mits VOP, continued on probationwith concurrent with federal time:
    dismissed.eight cases. Eleven cases (Florida National Bank); pled no current, make restitution,substance a $250 fine: arrested May 18 for Sworn complaints for various arrested March, 1987 for VOP; probation
    were trials. The office There were no jury contest, given five years probation, abuse counselling.Sanders VOP; admits VOP, probation revok- charges were filed against other revoked, placed back on probation
    trial conducted one pre- concurrent, make restitution. arrested Nov. 25 for ed, additional $250 fine, sentenced to defendants, those cases were for three years, pay $100 per
    intervention and filed nine Jenkins arrested Dec. 8 for grand theft, burglary, petit theft; Restitution Center for two years. transferred to misdemeanor court, month till fine paid.
    violations of probations. forgery, uttering forged instrument; defendant sentenced on other Ricky Robert Tyson arrested Nov. consolidated with other cases or Inmate James Emmitt arrested
    No judicial action was taken on pled 1 no contest, given five years probation charges. 11, 1984 for aggravated battery; pled dismissed.The March, 1985 for possession of contra-
    three cases and three pleas of guilty must make restitution. Sanders arrested Jan. 2 for guilty, placed on five years proba band, drugs; pled guilty, placed on
    were accepted.Sixtynine Carol Gray arrested June 13 for Is- burglary, theft; pled guilty, tion, make restitution, fined $500: following cases and final probation one year, serve six mon-
    misdemeanor cases suing worthless check (Carradines placed on five years probation con- arrested Sept. 8, 1986 for VOP; found disposition were deleted from last- ths DOC: arrested April, 1987 for
    were received and 65 prior cases Leather Shop); case dismissed, current, make restitution,substance guilty of VOP, probation restored, week Bradford County State Attorney's VOP; found guilty, sentenced to six
    were filed. An additional 23 cases restitution made. abuse counselling.John pay $250: fine, abstain from alcohol, report. years DOC, sentence to run concurrent
    were dismissed by the office in June, Gray arrested June 13 for issuing James McCutchen arrested attend alcohol abuse counseling. James Leonard arrestedDec. with time serving.
    said Clark. The office declined to worthless check Feb. 21 1986 for theft arrested Burgess
    (Stump's Depart- grand ; Sherry Ann Thornton 18 for dismissed In- Lawtey Correctional inmate
    prosecute three cases. There was ment Store dismissed unable locate victim. Nov. for robbery; Green March for
    ) ; case dismissed, to 18, 1985 uttering a forged sufficient evidence to this defen- Rodney arrested 6
    one nonjury trial and 24 guilty pleas restitution made. Michael Renard Davis arrested bank check; May, 1986 pled no contest dant. as introduction of contraband; pled no
    were accepted. James Marchant arrested March April 22 for armed burglary, bat- placed on five years probation, Evette Ross-arrested Dec. 18 for contest to attempted introduction,
    Seven petitions were filed in 8 for aggravated assault, dismissed, tery, false imprisonment; victim make restitution arrested May dismissed insufficient sentenced to 2i years consecutive.
    robbery case ,
    juvenile court. The state attorney insufficient evidence, case lacks does not wish to prosecute. 29,1987 for VOP, found guilty VOP, ; Florida State Prison inmate
    evidence defendant.
    to this
    dismissed one juvenile petition and prosecutive merit. Andrea R. Jenkins arrested April continued on probation. as James Harmon, III arrested March
    John with grand
    five received nonjudicial action. Inmate Brett Richards arrested 13 for forgery, uttering forged docu- Chris Douglas Robinson arrestedJan. Gallager charged 6 for possession of contraband; pled
    Four pleas of guilty.were accepted.The March 6 for escape; dismissed, ment; defendant sentenced on 9, 1986 for grand theft, pled theft; pled guilty submit, placed to on five guilty, sentenced to five years con-
    probation, testing
    following cases received final defendant others years secutive.
    charges.Inmate five
    incompetent.John guilty, placed on years proba- for substance abuse in
    disposition during the month of Lee Brown arrested Sept. 26 Nathaniel Henderson arrested tion: arrested April 20 for VOP; pled mental health Tony Anthony Williams arrested
    June. for sexual battery; pled guilty at- March 23 for aggravated battery guilty, probation revoked placed D. T. McNeal counseling.Julie arrested Dec.4 Jan. 6, 1986 for resisting officer with
    tempted sexual battery, placed on ; insufficient evidence as to this back on probation for remainder of for violence; pled guilty, placed on
    forgery, uttering a forgery pledno
    William Avery Geiger arrested five years probation, must par defendant. five years, same conditions plus ; three years probation: arrested
    Dec. 1 with burglary of occupied ticipate in mental health and alcohol Alfred Lee Griffin arrested Nov. must enroll in Job Corps to com- months contest to forgery, placed on 18 April, 1987 for VOP, found guilty,
    structure, resisting arrest without abuse treatment 24 for robbery; pled guilty,placed on mence within 30 days. probation. sentenced to 18 months DOC, followed
    Gordon Rowton arrested
    violence, grand theft auto; pled no Clarence D. Miller arrested five years probation, make restitu- Shirley Ann Williams arrested Loyd for by three years probation.
    contest resisting arrest without March 3 for dealing in stolen property tion. June 1986 for delivery of cocaine; cealed Nov. 4 grand theft,carrying con- James Jenkins arrested July, 1985
    violence, trespass unoccupied struc- ; insufficient evidence as to this Joseph Brewton arrested Jan. 9 pled guilty, placed on one year Community weapon, possession transferred of drug for burglary of occupied structure
    ture, driving while license suspended defendant.Joe for resisting officer with violence, Control, followed by three misdemeanor paraphernalia; case to while armed; found gUilty by a jury,
    placed on one year probation. Edward Lee arrested Dec. 3, battery of law enforcement officer; years probation: arrested May 15 Dick TUIman division.arrested March 3 placed on one year probation, six
    Andrea R. Jenkins arrested Dec.6 1984 for possession of controlled pled no contest, placed on three for VOP; found guilty, restored to 1987 for months county jail or one year treat-
    for uttering a forged instrument substance, delivery of controlled years probation, refrain from use of Community Control. issuing worthless check; ment for drug abuse: arrested April,
    (Waters Grocery); pled no contest, substance; pled no contest, placedon alcohol. Timothy Lee Tyler arrested June, restitution Herman Crews arrestedFeb. 1987 for VOP,found guilty, probation
    placed on five years probation, three years probation, 60 days Inmate Allen Keith Riles arrested 1986 for possession of cocaine, 26 1981 Floyd for concealed restored.
    make restitution, substance abuse DOC to begin within 72 hours of any April 22 for aggravated battery; insufficient possession of drug paraphernalia, firearm, carrying of cannabis insufficient Additional charges of dealing in
    counseling. mandate of Appellate Court; after evidence as to this defen-- pled guilty, placed on fouryears probation possession evidence to this defen-; stolen property, grand theft, aggravated -
    Jenkins arrested Dec. 6 for winning his appeal Lee entered a dant. pay $1,000 attorney fees arrested as battery and burglary,
    forgery, uttering forged document written plea of not guilty in March Brenda Lee Goodwin arrested May 9 for VOP; found guilty dant.Walter Jordan Padelford arrested grand theft by sworn complaintswere
    (Vito's Pizza), pled no contest, plac- 20,1987; changed plea in May and pied Jan. 27 for insurance fraud; pled VOP, placed on Community Control for dismissed against several
    ed on five years probation con- guilty to possession of controlled guilty, placed on five years proba- two years followed by two years pro- July, burglary, pled guiltyto defendants due to insufficient
    secutive to Clay Co. case, make substance, cocaine; placed on three tion, make restitution ($1,913.65). bation. year battery probation, trespass, make, placed restitution on one: evidence prosecute or victim not wishing. to

    I Expanded Sales Taxes Cover Many ItemsGerald Public Notice

    Lewis, Comptroller of unions, trust companies or industrial drafts, coupons, foreign exchange Financial planning.
    Florida, says Floridians have long savings banks) include: items and similar over-the-counter Market newsletters.
    been accustomed to paying a 5 per- collection items. Accounting services. Timberfack Reposession:
    cent sales tax on goods they pur Credit card membership fees Cash vault fees. Tax advice.
    chase. For clothes, appliances and Safe deposit box rentals. Hold mail fees. Market timing advisory services.
    many other items, we don't blink an Charges for issuing cashier's Charges for copies of documents.Also Asset allocation advice. 1983 450 Tlmberfack Grapple Skldder

    eye when the salesman tacks on 5 checks, traveler's checks, or money taxed are financial planning Investment advisory services per- Serial No 452658
    percent more. orders. charges by financial institutions; including formed by financial institutions,
    But beginning July 1, many Charging for preparing tax retirement planning, estate however, are exempt from the sales And
    services-ranging from pest controlto returns. planning and long-term investment
    advertisements-are now subjectto Use of night deposit services. planning. tax.The Department of Revenue has 2 Pulpwood Trailers

    the 5 percent state sales tax. The Credit information and reporting Some security and commodity established a toll-free line to provide Recently RepossessedThis
    Legislature adopted the tax this services. brokerage services offered by information about the sales tax on
    year as a source of additional Stop payment charges. licensed securites brokerdealersand services. If you have a question equipment available to highest bidder through
    revenue. The financial services industry Overdraft charges. investment advisors are subjectto about what is or isn't taxed, call private sale on or after July 23. 1987.
    will not escape the tax. Many -Return check charges,unless due the sales tax. Services such as investment 18008129909.
    banking and brokerage fees will now to insufficient funds. advice trustee services, be viewed
    Equipment can at Tlmberack| Inc.. Starke
    cost an extra nickel for every for the
    Charges services as per- managing investments or Invest-
    Florida. 964-6917
    dollar. sonal of estates. Inquire through or 584.5063
    representative ment advisory services will cost you
    Services which will be taxed jitlinancidi Starke 964.5451
    5 .
    '"'" """* percent more.Brokerage -
    institutions (banks, save GuaVdianship feeJ.--
    services which will be
    ings and loan associations, creditTELMED Fees for collecting checks, taxed include: Open Every Night
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    Celebrate Safely... Library I So.. A Sun. 5:00 Showing: WEB DEAL/1l

    Extends Hours LTosdaySisowing! .__ ,
    BICllE IPI! The Bradford County Public Starts FridaySean
    Library is now open until 7 p.m.
    ******************* Thursday evenings, for your conve- Connery In
    For a copy of the free brochure FLORIDA COALITION FOR AUTO SAfETY NOW nience. THE Radial XL Multi Mile Whitewall

    listing Tel-Med's 215 health information P153 8OR-13 . . . . . . '30.00

    tapes, call 964-4896 or UNTOUCHABLES.Screen P163 8OR-13 . . . ; . . '32.00
    378-0007. One will be mailed to
    IISUMMEBIIMC P19S 73R-14 . . . . . . '37.00

    you Te promptly.Med Is a free service providedto Country Carpets Remnantsand P2O3 73R-14 . . . . . '39.00

    the community by the Auxiliary of Carpet | Rolls I 1 1.1: I t ; P2O3 7SR-13 . . . . . . '42.00

    Bradford Hospital, Inc. Wood Parquet Q Always I P223 73R-13 . . . . . . '44.00

    Vinyl Stark In Stock : P233 73R-13 . . . . . . '43.0O

    1640A South' Walnut Street (US 301 South" )
    964-6108 964.6154

    E-Z WHEELSBuy DO IT YOURSELF SUPPLIES FUN P195-75B14 . . '29.00 31x10.50x15. . '58.00

    Here Pay Here WaaWMfay. July 15 P205.75914.32.00P215.75B14. 31x11.50x15. . '67.00

    We Finance r . . 33.00 33x12.50x15. . '78.00

    Our cars mostly 1-owner new M Jj// TOP GUNAll P205-75B15 . . '31.00 9 x 15 LT . 59.00
    car trade-Ins. C rP f 1 Iq groadr P22S-75B1S . . '35.00
    1320 N. Temple Avenue of, \ Seats '1.00 P235-75B1S 0 . '36.00 '..00 Extra to Balance Tire
    \ ,_ ,. .
    Starke 964-7783 Show times 10:30 & 2:00 Special Summer Front M I MODI Calls ON DUll REPAIRS,

    I SPECIALSALE $6.99 Sq. Yd. Cash & Carry BRAKE or RearS Front End Alignment

    Personal Checks. Cash. Visa. MasterCard 301 DRIVE-IN Ilcill,.. __.Calla to*In to manvfaoImxct -
    mce 4495 marl vmmUa 4 MMiUtfyitwn.
    Starke e 964.7484 for mMI A.I..riG_ can Front wftwlin
    Or ... Ms.n walit. ._
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    From ., _,_ _a Nicol,rradwl win....anslas *" '>
    All Cars
    FRI. SAT. SUN MM MMMCM un'_..Ktoulte ratsn (with coupon) 1Ut

    $29500Down $9.99 sq. Yd. Installed W/Padding SCHWARZENEGGERPRFDATOR FRONT END ALIGNMENT w/-ur i..s.t of rlr.. 1995 jPr .

    & Up sea Jam... Chart*. B.O. or Cindy for compUt Hour I Mon. 0 Sat. .-S aon
    Sato Sorvlc and Installation nead 9:00 a.m. to 5OO p.i... I I Air Condition Spec.

    Check Compreuor BelH Up to 2 CORBETT'STire
    cans Freon.
    1095 & Service
    Show_: .:45 A 10:30
    I Reductlo RADIO SOUND :Year Red Top U.S. 301 Temple Ave.
    I Batterys39.s
    e-p.tory n S -Adult ADMISSION..? 99'_ 964.6436

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