Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1988
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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lorwilleggr Celebrates 30 Hprd New', .' 'M.iA
Yeqrs In Starker SINCE 1879
Editorial fag..4ATh. '"'W' OF ItUt'

r :: Industry to Locate in Starke MN pg o i Public. Social No tic.Scana l..'::7A-7A ..-..

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Outside. SECTION \2Pog.s, .i(., 10./770 l2r, '\ -.
< ;' Now Industry . ( .J ;/, ,' .11 VI JI/N/ L ? ,
The National Weather Office continued hot summer T HF
predicts Ford Colobrcrtot.. :'. .II ARY
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weather, with scattered thundershowers each afternoon. S.nato Candidate . .21 Re., ( 1)(' Ell
Tempratures, will range from the 70's into the 90's today, with a 40 Job Rush to !- ''IR f 1)(.) i
percent chance of rain "
Now Brl.fi.
For the extended outlook. Friday through Sunday,expect more of ...01 61, ..1.55Cl. :- ""
the same with increased chances of rain on aturday and ;.. FI
Sunday Claulflod Ad:. ,I1 OB 'the ( '
There will be a first quarter !moon, Friday, July 22, And a full LIb Summer Program, I Ill Sweetest Strawberries Tnis'oi; ...... v len "
moon on FrIday, July 29. "'.. Doathi. 128 108th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
S2nd Issue Thursday, July; 14, t9ll11 lISPS 062-100

,Worth :J./Pting Homestead Exemption Renewals to Be Automatic I

-..-- b Buster Hahn Duval .County: recently approved:, there is nothing he can do to extend appraiser'if his situation has changed .the exemption illegally, .allows it
BCT Staff Writer the -automatic homestead exemptions the time hm It. ( and the exemption'ls no longer to be applied automatically, if he is
Library Programs... Beginning In 1989 homestead exemptions : Alvarez said, and other counties Some 'people Alvarez consideredto an entitlement, not entitled to it.
Bradford County Library will of- 1 In Bradford County,will be are expected to follow. be friends have fallen in that Alveraz thinks his system has If a person receives homestead exemption
fer the following children's programs automatically renewed. Each January, including 1988, the Category, are no longer as close as enough safeguards to 'protect the to which he is not entitled,
between 0-10:30: a.m.-on Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford County property appraiser's office has mail- once they were, he says. ''county. His office mails Information the county may recapture the taxe-
dates listed: Property Appraiser, told the county ed out cards to homeowners, which The new system Alvarez plans to' to homeowners two or three times which should have been paid' for Thurs.'July '14: Frog Jump, Ages Commission; Monday, July 11, that had to be signed and returned by implement requires his ,office toe each year. Returned catds or letter period up to 10 years, plus 15 percent
the 1988 legislature simplified procedures March 1, it the homeowner ,Is to; mall out cards stating that will trigger a review of the ,interest. In addition, the person may
612.Tues., .(, July 19; Hare Balls.. Ages for obtaining homestead ex ,receivethe $25,000 exemption homestead exemption will be extended homestead exemption for the ad"dressee. be subject to a 35 percent penalty.
3-5. emption by homeowners."It's Sometimes people forget to return automatically, unless the Property transfers will be A J25,000 exemption i la worth approximately -
Thurs., July 21: Porn-Porn one of the! few good things to the signed card by the deadline ,;.homeowner advises the office otherwise screened for possible changes in $400 A person getting
Prestidigitation. Ages 6-12. come out of Tallahassee," Appraiser Alvarez said'each year 3-6 } f. The cards' will ''go to status, and other records will be .by for 10 years, claiming art' exemp
Tues, July 26: Magical Ending Alvarez told commissioners who homeowners fail to return the card', homeowners of record, that receivedthe reviewed ''Which may reflect in lion to which he is not entitled could'
(,'"ream Party. Ages 3-12. voted S-d for the change discussion, after.an explanation by be done, Alvarez has to tell It will-be the responsibility; of the legislature provided ''severe Alvarez is looking forward I 16 the .;'
Subr,'Teacher Cours .,r Alvarez, \them, the deadline is set by law. and homeowner to advise ,the property, ,penalties in event a person! "cia imst (iliew system.. '

A'new course IS being offered at
.the Bradford-Unign Area Votech
Center open to anyone interested in Qualifying'
becoming a substitute teacher or
teacher's aide. It is also open to all ;
Set IVl'FNext
personnel presently empl9yed as ,
teacher's aides or substitutes. For
more information call 964-6150.
Weekby I

Teen Dance.. ,
Buster Hahn''

"Enchantment Under the Sea" is BCT Staff Writer
the theme for a teen dance at the From Lewis Carroll's Alice In
First United Methodist Church to Wonderland: *' 'The time has: come;
be held Friday Night, July 22. The the walrus said..." reminds 'voters
,.houl'S\\for Junior high age youth are that', it Is time! for aspiring can-
7 p.m.. to 11 p.m. Hours for high didates for county1.off ices to put'up
school youth and recent graduates or shut tip. :, ;' s ,
are 8 p"m. to midnight Qualifying opens)'at noon Monday, '
,An admission charge of $3 Includes July J8, and closes noon Friday,,July[ '
five tickets for 22( for the Sept. primar "&eclion.
,refreshments Current hits will be A number :.of persons* 'have- aw'
played by disk jockey Josh Bula 'flounced for one of the variltu$!f oun<<
The dance is open to ail young people -.- 4 -' ,ty positions that expire'at Uu end of f
in the community. IAt the year: '
Anyone can announce for any)position
without 'creating liability, but
1st Cavalry Division41st once an individual qualifies he' of
Annual Reunion. she must meet certain legal respon
.;, sibilities.
The 1st Cavalry Division Association Some persons that have previous.
will be conducting its 41st reu, F ,ly announced may.,fail to qualify!
nion in Orlando, Fl., Thursday 1 ti .and some.who1'have not announced'may
through Sunday July 28-31. '' enter ,one 'of the ,raee: '.after
All 1st Cavalry Division veterans' qualifying.\ '
and their families are invited to at ,
tend. For.more information, or to "' 1 'Announced>d C nd daUtI.:
pre-register,, write: Orlando '88, 1st yyC \\1, 'The 'terms 'of ''all' courthouse ,*f-
Cavalry Division Association, 302 ', : \ '1 ,cersr'exct'pl county judge, expire)
rf W :
N. Main St., Copperas Cove. Tx, > .'. I, at the; end of December.! ThrtVcoun-! (
,76522. 1 ty, commission. seat"wilt'be'Io1P' .. tor' '
grabs this'year. ,, also. ,
The offices, and, ,announcttd.'Can;, ; >
Mass of' 1978. '{{!(dates: v I
M ',, : ; : :
.The reunion of the Bradford High 4 Clerk of ..CourtDeWaynC ; "
Class of 1978 is'set July 23 at the ". ; '" i Elder- 'i::1.:.?, '"' "
Holiday Inn,''in Orange Park. ;'' ;Harold Davis! ", ; "
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If your address has changed : ,;' ;:\:, ..' Ray Norman ,.' "!' ,-, ,
since the five year reunion, please : : ; The incumbent Gib Brown is'i retiring
call Sonyzi Tenly Baldree at' to be Fixed. ( at the end of the t.erm.and is not
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at Bridge .:< ,\.: \peeking reflection. :"' .
964-6636, Mark Reddish at 964-6822,. "," .j. '
Christy Redding Torode at 5332505or County Commissioners approved a $7,000 (Sheriff! .\' '

Shan,Edwards,Johns at 9644840. payment to Alachua County to repair Doan" ','oDolph-Ken Redish/incumbent.' :

Senior Citizens... Bridge above and left on the Alachua-' i .. tileii Kthridge Moorei ', ;, ,
Church ,' .
Bradford County line on Rock toad : .:Bob. Milner :Republican
Senior Citizens of Bradford County 1 r The bridge is currently closed by order of "V' ,:"; ','!ti\,, /V'' 'VK.'frA'U';: :: \: :' ;,!:r ;'' '.
this is center. Come join .
your 1 state.inspectors, who have classified it unsafe.,: 'Prnperty'ApprAbieir' < ,
other seniors from around the .
county '
-No'ol 'hal'annlnce
.Because of the limited amount of traffic' com !
and enjoy a time of fun and '
fellowship, k r missioners have debated several :months over' ,\1, Alva, Cext; ,{,incumbent,\ 'f ;', '

'b Monday is the'day for social ; .whether or not to repair the' wooden bridge used 'TaxCoIie'(01.) ( :' i
i gathering..SpeciaJ programs are, as 'a 'shortcut between Gainesville and the ',.No'0rti\hai'liai'mbun'c'ed': '. Esther: :
often planned on this day,of the ; II incumbent. : '
week; Brooker and Graham area. Some' users' of Hrtck' ,; ? ;,
;Tuesday Is the day !the seniors : Church Road travel from Alachua County,' to : Superintendent" 'Schools4Jith ;

meet for a social gathering, with a' the Brooker and Lake Butler areawBradford Duncan', Incumbent;\
covered dish'and free blood commissioners: approving/ -David ,mjlh( '
pressure readings on' the third' r' to he used to under the
$7,000 replace pilings
Tuesday of each month' They begin :
Commissioner, Pjsf 1:
gathering around 10:30: a.m. Lunch bridge. still wondered if the use of the bride Ross Chandler: ,

begins at noon, with bingo at 1 p.m. ] justiFied the expense. Commissioners say some Mitchell Brown ,
Wednesday is the day the ladies, 4 Brooker area residents want the road open ,- 'Herman Johnson. /' ',
'(mm are also welcome) come y ',rjft others don't careOne, man just asked the Incumbent Lawrence Mosely dot's
together with their needlework and KS pot plan to run for re-election. '
decision Chairman Lawrence
board to make a ,
crafts.'This is a time to learn new .i 1.j { ,
crafts or rejuvenate,old ones. Bring I\losley'said. "< ," ':Commissioner)' pist.,3:
your handiwork and enjoy a time of, .:'Above' Commissioner E.Lj (Nook) Norman \No,;ones has",announced. Ma'xie'1'
,learning and fun / points to a rotted piling.but said, over-all he ''Carter'Jr.', Incumbent; ?
Thursday is the day for social thinks the bridge is'in pretty,,'good shape: Some T l ..
and 'C
athering.Come early stay each has' Commissioner! Dist.S. :
late. Find out what's going on fnl vertical pilings were rotting but a Wilbur 'Waters, incumbent an-
your community and! what :you can much newer piling beside it., 'nounced for re-election.
do to help The Santa Fe River is real low, but some .

Friday we offer a Bible History water is Still flowing. A family was wading and City of'Starke,.,.
class, beginning In September, at playing in the river off'a sandy beach cooling Qualifying for Starke city, offices
10 a.m. It will last for one hour, i JS
lush and will begin noon Monday, July 25, and
lunch and off Monday. The Doan Bridge site was
followed by a brown bag .
run through noon, Friday. July 29-:
bingo beautiful. The site can be reached off Dedan Positions open for an off-year city
You are welcome to come by the iii Church Road which is'a half circle off CR-lS a election, the second Tuesday in

Senior Center Monday through Fri n4Li few miles east of Brooker. Rock.Church Road '. September, are city commission
day, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30: p-.m. Cable '
Groups 1,3,5'.
is now designated SW 63rd Street on county
TV, coffee and table games are Group 3 is the seat vacated by
always available. The senior maps. former commissioner Jimmy
Center is located behind the Brad i As low as the river is now. Buster' Rahn says! Crosby. Announced for that seat so
ford County Courthouse. For further he's seen it dry. E.L. Matthews says the river far are Ed Wall and Julius Eunice.
information call Beverly can also leave its banks in wet times and cover Group incumbent Bobby Biggs
McGee, director, or Teresa Wood, and Group 3 incumbent Travis
case manager, at 964-4545. the entire area Woods so far have no announced op

.- .. --- position.
Upcoming... ,

Public meetfrigVedifeduled in the Duncan Sees Year for School System 'I
comingwe: Chamber ksare of Commerce: Board of_ SupL Bright Financial! ,

Governors, Thursday noon, July A.$14,776,000 proposed 'tentative employees some in operating and maintenance.; question remaining to be answered, Register said the bus fleet will be in
i 14, Santa Fe Community College. budget for l'J8H-8! fiscal year was "If you didn't ask (or it, you probably With those caveats, Supt.'Duncan Supt. Duncan said. In I9H2-83 the good shape if the board can purchase
1 Bradford County School Board presented and explained.to school didn't get it," Supt. Duncan said he will recommend Monday school system paid'out $210.000( ) in five to seven buses this year
meets Monday.July 18, at 7 p.m., board members by Supt. Jim Dun- told administrators. night that student supply allocation' claims increasing to $700,000 in' and next.
In Administration Building on N. can, Monday 'night, July 11, in a Every request principals made is be increased $10 per student in 88-89, ,1987-88. '
Temple Ave.oStarke work session. included in the proposed budget, from $25 to $35.Noninstructional. Until last year the health insurance Food Prices...
City Council meets Tuesday The proposed! new budget will be Supt. Duncan said. The budget is personnel will premiums. of school Supt. Duncan said the food sen'ice
JuI ,,19, at 7:30 p.m., In City formally presented for tentative ap- based on each school having a receive a six percent salary increase employees was paid by the school system is some$40,000 in the red this
proval at the upcoming 7 p.m. Mon- separate budget for which the school exclusive of benefits which board. Last year employees paid year. Idea. is to break even.
Hall.Bradford county Commissioners day, July 18, regular school board principal responsible for preparing will increased Duncan said. $15.30 per month, and that will go up Duncan said lunch prices may
'" will meet Wednesday, July 20, at meeting. The proposed budget con-, and presenting. Teacher salary increases'cannot more, this year Supt, Dun an said. have to go up but he's trying to hold
7:30 p.m.,In Bradford County Courthouse < tains $839,000 in new revenue Supt. Duncan said the proposed be discussed now because of pending< ,the liner
: through the Florida Education budget 'containsa reserve fund of bargaining with the teacher union,' 7 New, Buses.. Food Service' Director DoloresMorgan
:,., Bradford County Zoning Board Finance Program d(FETP1_ .. some $3Kl,000( and that lie has been the Bradford Education Association, >$$210,000) for seven new school said Supt. Duncan can cut
will meet Tuesday, July 26, at 7 !'We're going to have probably"the, able to hold back from fiscal 87-88 which is just getting underway,"We' buses is ,included in the proposed some needed equipment out of her
i i. p.m.lin Starke City Hall. best year financially in a long time/' some $250,000 in carryover funds as have enough to do wt'liin that area." budget. '. budget request.,"! told him it will be
Starke Zoning Board will meet Supt Jim Duncan Jrild school! board he attempts to retain some reservesin was as far as Supt. Duncan went In', Supt. Duncan explained that if the all right,' but he'll have to buy it
Thursday July 28, at 7 p.m. In members and administrators case of a rainy day or a low funding committing to teachers Monday board wants to economize this wouldbe when What we've got' quits
Starke", City Hall. gathered-Monday night for a 3-hour' year. Supt. Duncan explained night a good place, by cutting back one operating" Ms. Morgan said.
plus work session it has (to be good h* will n'" commit all the new fundlito Employee health Insurance costs or two buses.Qperatiops. -
news for the 500 school, system ......11')' increases but will place' are going up and that Is the main Director ,Lennard (See'Finances...P.8A '



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Page 2A'' TELEGRAPH July 14.1988

City Zoning Board Holds Line on Madison Street 'Property I

area, and a state highway The property painted and cleaned up, but "I can't terests have, continously, come b
by has commercial operations on understand the objection." conflict with residential areas
f BCT Staff Writer both the east and west sides, and Zoning,Board Members ,Warney
The Starke Zoning Board declined across the street." ,Adkinson and Vernon Barber joined
to recommend the approval to Board Member Brenda Alvarez The motion;.. Alvarez and Epps in voting to deny
rezone a parcel on East Madison asked that Ennis consider When the discussion ceased the petition.
Street from RlC, ;Residential, Low downgrading the request from B-3 to Alvarez moved to deny the requestfor The' ,request with the board's
Density, to B-3 Commercial, In Its B-2, to limit commercial activities in rezoning, and received an immediate recommendation to deny, will be
regular meeting,Thursday, June 30. the area, saying, "B-2 is more con second from Epps heard by city commissioners during
Gary Ennis, who owns lots 1,2,3 ducive to residential areas. Once Alvarez said that she has been on a regular city council meeting,Tuesday -
and 4 In block 25, asked for the property rezoned to B-3, other things could be the board for the past 18 months,and July 19, at 7:30 p,m,; in CityHall.
which contains 3 buildings to put there."" that during the time,commercial In- .
be rezoned to accomodate a proposed
interior decorator in the center\ Assistant Zoning Director Janet
!! building.The Turner said B.2 is a community type
ill parcel lies on the south side of setting, and the board may considerthe
Madison St.. between Cherry and B-2 classification. Wheeler'sDiscount
Church Streets. Torode Oil Co bulk Ennis said he has no problem with
plant Is on the west side of Cherry the B-2 classification but that B-3
St., and a convenience store is on the seemed appropriate for the location.B2 .
east side of Church St. Across; Grocery
Madison St., north of the Ennis property classification restricts com-
!, Is Calvary Baptist Church and mercial enterprises to those entities
the Sears mail order store The serving designated communityneeds
Charley E. Johns residence shares while B-3 classification pro- 212 B. Call Street Starke"By
the property line on the south side. vides for highway type traffic
Ennis, whose family has owned facilities, serving population' at
the property for many years,lived in large. the Railroad Tracks"
one of the houses as a youth. He now
lives in Tampa, Objections...
Mrs. Charley Johns came to the
I The family has no plans to make' podium to say that she and her hus-
any structural changes in any of the band, former governor Johns, have
3 buildings, Ennis told the board. In lived on the adjoining property for
the past year, the owners have spenta many' years, and reared their Bruce Pollock M.D.Board
considerable amount in renovationand children there, .
painting of the houses, he said. The Johns residence was built by
Jimmy Epps, serving on the zon Governor Johns father, Mrs. Johns, Certified Family physician,
ing board for the first time, asked, said. "
"Where will customers park! "
"We are verY opposed to it. ,We General' Pediatric
Ennis said there is a driveway to keep our property, up, and have a
the rear of the building, where 6 to 7 good neighborhood We appreciate & Adult Medicine'
,, cars can park. The business an In- your consideration,"Mrs Johns told ,
terior decorator, does not have the zoning board.
\ many customers coming into the.of Jerome Johns spoke"against the .,
fice, but rather, the operator goes to request for rezoning, saying, ,"I Hours by I
the customer, Ennis said. grew up there and have fond
memories of the area." AppointmentjBlue

Crimson Sweets Going to Market.... Epps,Philosophy... "fixing Johns up"the congratulated houses. He Ennis said mostof on ( '

Buck Norman bottom right and his brother, County Commissioner "It appears to me in the past that the area residents are elderly and Cross & Blue 'Shield
L.Nook) (Norman, left, were together Monday afternoon. the Crimson spot zoning has gone on. I think the .quiet.:
Sweet watermelons, grown by Buck and his son, Tlmmy.: went to board tonight, if we are to make a PPC Physician'
market. good decision, should be very Johns went on to say that he has "
County Commissioner Wilbur Waters, In the trucking business,'boughtthe careful in changing residential little, concern for an interior .',
14-acre field on SIl-229 from Buck Norman and Is shipping the melons neighborhoods into commercialareas. decorator in 'the' neighborhood,. but Office located behind '
(.to South Carolina, Nook Norman sort of helped brother Buck sell the fltld.. In the past, some things have his concern is for what may come inl -.' "
Above Sampson Fuller throws a 35-40 pound melon, to loades the happened than should not have (happened 1 'to the neighborhood later, once the Lake' Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center "
truck Raymond Wilkerson Mike Wjlkerson.: and Phil Anderson.,Another ). ., property is rezoned, ., "
thrower Mark Anderson, was to left of Fuller. ,"My personal feeling is that proper Mrs. Neva Ennis, mother of Gary Phone, (904) 496-,0092 .
zoning shoud start In that area.'*!' Ennis, said she feels "much better
,Ennis said., "It is a commercial, ,about, the property, since it has been Evening & Saturday Hours Available

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Wilbur Waters '

Waters' Run .

For Re-election ; ,,

Wilbur, Waters has announced i ,
that he will run for re-election to the f '
board of county commissioners. .
District 5. He was elected to the office
in '1984 and Is' completing his '
first term, A
''Waters, 39 grew up,in 'Lawtey, .
where his parents, Lois and the late t
James L.Waters operated a grocery
store, graduated from BUS in I
1968 and served a four year hitch in
,the U.S. Navy. ,
,Prior to his election to the board of
county commissioners Waters served ';
on the Starke city, council for, two, ;
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terms 1976-80 ":
Waters is married to the former '" f#
Kay Colson, and the couple have two 1 tip, ;. ;m
children. Deanna attends Bradford
High School, and Matt attends Brad,
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James Watson
The;< bestowtil,of full phone t pn>ileges: '

Watson to Run upon maturing'1.hikll: by'a: ;parent: or;guardiart,is,a 1 .signal

to the world, that he or"...i1(! has'. indeed Ccme'tt'age)f: -Once ,t the nght is earned, pai ents/ v x >iii'' IcUrn,

For School .Board : there's" no turning back.I< '

James E. Watson of Graham has ,:; ':;''r;': ',11;';, ,,>,')f I;;;';$f""':" :,<,1 \.' ,It, Giddy with a newfound t;() sense ot inJcilenclcnce'icic'le"tints) disciner I that no subject ..
announced, his candidacy for the ; ; \,\ : fJ, ,,;,: : '. ;'" 17 l at with close friend relawv who i is ,
.', 'i :, d'Jti(; \ 4' ,'," ,. is, tex) mMal to discuss! length a, or c" ')rrL'SIo| rHlingKf'matureIt's .. '
District 4 seat on the Bradford ; (,'\" ; \\\'i'il: P "
County School Board ,'. :.:,; 'i",;)+:" ':;, \\il"\ ;'{!;:r\\),'
Liberty Watson, National is an Insurance Insurance agent Com-with :,"'.. ::I", ",,"";"' :''1":\'(''''';''''r-:,,'"',,':.,)i',,'',, <,,', ,' ,' :" '. municate' is basic to people" at all :stages; t' )life! ,.And I.(,11( '.llwt1:1f\1.\'l.'rlf.: ;. .,.'I fin)r i.'. ". .
pan). Prior to that he was self- 'I't. .\; ,', ,"(', '" :::1'',:' ., lix-.I: phone SCf\ice h s .hc.'omc inextnc'lhh; \\'ovcl imo the film<.'olIrli\L'S.16( a I Iitt h.., ,
employed and cites his business experience ,:;/ : ',\";;", ,', ,I" ,", ,,' (,' '
as ,an asset which will ',;''It,:::,i iJ I'j;' ;,,': ""r"" ,'t"' ': ,,',I.. '" ',' ,,1'(; -, ..' tech OlL-iness'.rnanagcr, it's a link between. computerterminals\ .?;To 'a\ r() Il! g'.reptesematKe... ,. '"

assist he is elected.him in making decisions, if ,,. (,,ip III'.I.\\, \,):(\','";I\\,'':',',.',,;"'::,,' ,'<,,". ,," ", , .. ,' ,'. \: ,"'")'. lt: 'ti a ,means! t<) better' life.style.t ( T6 a_chatty invalid;.'it's''a i. lifeline'to l t the outside I": ,woi I 1'1 Id.": ',. ,'' ; :' ,

. Watson also holes involvement ';:)!(':,\ '!')-;";" ", ,' : i.,'. :' : ,' ,: "1htt'swh"ltN.l1'Et\\1 : 1 1 lnflittej )OurseKes' 1 pr<>\'idinji: the, :i most r efficient" "sen'. .'ice" : '' -

and Bradford experience County' gained school system with the .,:I,'l"j.Wf"\ '!1h'' !+') 't: ,' ,. ,' ..' '. .. .. "'; ,' ,' ,to this area .and to towns\ and cities, throughout(the Southeast; ,And \\hy. we're" "able through( i new, } !',"r, .

a 12-year veteran school bus' i",1: : \\ f/]/ ;;':t."""" '.; ; \ ';) :': kihot-Saving technologies to contain the cost" 1,>fo! X.'UI I1; '.' -, (' 'IJ"\-' ', "
driver.Watson attended' two years'of col'i''\ :,; ;\'\: : (\\;\':''';';'''''' lIE Et', ;:\\,\;:":.v"' :'" "', .Vpiether the Issue of the"cKyis:add i washed |eansKGetrge Michael' ,or"something( of,}"'" "; ,:,...;''),>,,"0'':',; ,':':

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July 14, 11188 TELEGRAPH Pale 3A

Alvarez Says BC 'fax Roll Increased $8 Million Last Yearby

Buster Rahn assessment came largely throughnew .court suits, resulting In lower assessments in the county declined
BCT Staff Writer -W construction,with no particulararea assessments. $483,564 last year, but since the ElectED ElectED
Bradford County enjoyed steady, targeted for review of Alvarez said total assessments In figure is furnished by the Depart-
,, if not spectacular, growth last year, assessments last year. Bradford County exceeds $604 ment of Revenue; he does not know
:', \\,1',', according to figures furnished by New construction for the first six: million, but two-thirds Is exempt for the basis for reducing their values in
/ :',1.,\;\, 'Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. ,months of 1988,which is not Included religious purposes (church Bradford County
,,11,\ ,,;,:I.'. \ The $8 million growth in property In the current tax roll,'exceeds $10 buildings, etc.), state owned landsprisons Bradford County, residents probably
\)4r\/) / ;!,:,,; values could reduce mlllage from million, according to Assistant Zoning ( ) agriculture and expected railroad propertiesin "
I'' \ ," ,' 7.903 to 7.783 if rolled back by county Director Janet Turner. Construction homestead exemption, leaving $217 Increase In value, with the reac- w W
:' commissioners, but the roll-back i Ia permits totaling IS.8 million in taxable properties. tivating of the "Peggy" line to
', '; :.' not assured at this time since million were issued in June, Included Alvarez and his staff have done Brooker,
.. ,' ', budget requests exceed anticipated Walmart complex on' US-301 their work. Now it is up to county Accodlng to ''Alvarez railroads
," revenues. Budget work-shops are south. commissioners and .school board contest their assessments each year, A
,.;. ',' ': scheduled to bring revenues and expenditures members. and generally win reductions in
.\'. ',,: ,.'" In line. The tax roll will reflect the 1988 Alvarez' said the increase In. court suits, resulting in lower
new construction next year since assessments came largely throughnew assessments '
.' ," According to Alvarez, a mill will construction-in-process is not pickedup construction, with no particulararea L
f revenue for approximately based onth' until completed, for taxing pur targeted for review of Alvarez said toUJ' assessments In L
county, poses. assessments last year. Bradford County exceeds $604 '
1988, assessments. Alvarez revealed that railroadassessments New construction for the first six million, but two-thirds is exempt for t
The school board has been notified In the county declined months of 1988, which Is not includedin ,religious purposes (church L
'by Alvarez that a millage rate of $483,564 last year but since the the current tax roll, exceeds $10 buildings, etc.), state owned lands L
7.488 will produce the same revenue figure Is furnished by the Department million according to Assistant Zoning prisons( ) agriculture and
as 7.603 produced last for both of Revenue he does not know Director Janet Turner.
''t.': ':,', year Construction homestead exemption, leaving $217 ..
'; required and local option funding. the basis for reducing their values permits totaling $3.8, million in taxable properties. '.
,, "; Millage rates for the four Bradford County. million were issued In June, included Alvarez is required by law to furnish Starke, City Commission:
',' municipalities in the county, are Bradford County residents probably Walmart complex on ,US-301 figures to commissioners and Croup 3
;, "\.. shown with the rate required to pro- ,expected railroad propertiesIn south. school board members by July 1 ,
duce the same revenue as last increase in value with the The tax roll will reflect the ,
year reac- 1988
}: .,.' each year. An extension may be Honest .
; \ :'f .Brooker, 1.074 vs. 1.084 tivating of the "Peggy" line to new construction next year, since granted, if needed, but the deadline a Dependable Aggressive
'\;"i"',: Hampton, 1.354 vs. 1.409 Brooker. is not
construction-ln-process pickedup was met this with the Information
;, \ year -
i; i i',' 1 l'\' I,:." .. .Starke, 2.390 VS. 2.449 According to Alvarez railroads until completed, for taxing purposes. being submitted to the twogroups
Lawtey,2.649 vs. 2.660 contest their assessments each '
:!",'"'i(:c', year ..._ ,...,. within{ the time frame allow.awtev ..ryr..
,,' Alvarez said the....Increase! In and generally win reductions in A 1" /1hv4 H>O(; rnilronrl ed.
/ ;;,' "j:: ,:', < Council, Buys New Engine for Chevrolet Patrol Carr

!rt\;t i'\f\ /;" BustetRhn Garage, bid- $1,800 and Wells bid the meeting and was assured that first cousin to Oral Tanner, owner of Want the _.. ... -
,',,t" ,,'j", BeT Staff Writer, $1,820. he will extend the maximum war Oral's Garage and wished to avoid
'. ',' The Lawtey Council approved the The request for bids stipulated the ranty allowed by General Motors. any' conflict of interest, or ap- ,most for your''
', \1' purchase of installation of in- Marvin Rosier told the L.r..lt
a new engine for the city a new engine, Mayor pearance thereof. _
;' 'I,:' :, ,,'j' owned Chevrolet patrol car in a call- cluding parts and labor. In submit council that he had discussed the Mayor Rosier said the bid will be
,; ", ed meeting, Friday July 8. ting bids, the three independent bid- purchase/ of an engine with county voided if the engine is not a car insurancedollar
;,"yi ';': ,"t'.. Lawtey s Police Department ders did not certify that they would, commissioner and garage owner new engine, requiring only replacement
':,' ,, 'which owns two patrol cars, found install new engines as opposed tom Lawrence Mosley, Mechanic Steve of the carbuerator. ? ,
,, itself afoot last week, after the 1985 rebuilt units. Rosier, garage owner Buddy Griffis Chief Jordan expects the r
'Ford burned, and the 1982 Chevrolet Orlan Wells Chevrolet Olds, Inc:,, and automotive parts house owner Chevrolet to be returned to service'' ,
\ : blew its engine.In stated it would furnish a- 'Target-- Doyle Thomas, and each had recom- by Thedainsurance Talk,to a neighbor who's! with State Farm
the meantime,Bradford County master"engine which the commissioners 'mended buying from a franchised carrier agreed to and'c''TIpare Then give me a cal|.
', Sheriff Dolph Reddish has loaned a'' interpreted to mean a new' Chevrolet dealer saying that GM pay Lawtey $7,350 for the 1985 Ford
; white unmarked car to Lawtey for'' engine from Chevrolet Division; of warranties are valid only when an bought new by the town and
.' use by Chief M.M. Jordan and his General Motors Corporation.The engine Is installed by a dealer. delivered in 1986. Chief Jordan said ,
\" ; staff bid hinged on warranties extended Councilman Bill Crouse moved to replacement ,for the Ford, a new State FarmInsurance
;',':;:i'h'l';( : pour bids were received for,the by the manufacturer, award the bid to Orian Wells Chevrolet will be 'white, i".
;\\'ti ;\4r\i:;: 'J ,, ,{ replacement engine with the council although one independent garage Chevrolet-Olds,Inc.,and received a rater than' silver as ,reported in ; ,
,,I, Ir/Wi y{' i ,; accepting the one from OrianJ owner offered a warranty exceeding second from Harris. other newpapers. 119 N. Walnut! St. *"
:,,\\J;, :,!: Wells Chevrolet-Olds: Inc.; althoughit the 12 months 12,000 mile warranty The motion was approved' on a 3-0 Chief Jordan expressed his ap- Slarke.. florld.132091
"',If.'./,' it was the highest bid submitted. provided by GM.Councilwoman. vote. preciation to Sheriff Reddish for the' Gt-5.3'JI
, !,I''.f1'\\! ):(" Thornton's Salvage bid $1,500, Laura Harris talk- Councilman Buster Bennett abs- use of the county owned car duringthe ..... ....
} Buddy's: Garage bid,$1,700, Oral's ed with Orian Wells by phone during tained from voting. saying,that he is interim period.
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TELEGRAPH July 14,188 ., ". r-' t

etriTcmiALsRecycle..or Earthquake "Shook, Up" Starke in 1886; f

.. Phosphate Discovered in County in! 1890
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',1' ,, '. \ : ; ",'. What Florida lacks in earthquakes, it were broken and several chimneys toppl mound (of phosphate) near Hampton. He

I' makes up for in hurricanes.This ed. has been offered $500 for 50 tons, which he'

In her research Barbara also found that will at once proceed to deliver.
;Else is. not to say the Sunshine State has
never had an earthquake, but the ones experienced Florida had experienced another quake in There fa a. bed of it near'the' Sink (thesink
here have been so mild they 1879, the year The Telegraph was founded, and Brooker
hole between Graham ),
that felt from Cedar to Jacksonville -,
hardly rated space on the front page of the was Key old mill
It has been found by the pond near
he glass industry endorses'the curb-: newspapers and, in California, would pro- Crosby Lake, and there is plenty of it on
bably be mistaken for tremors caused by YI w,
in In fact it has
method that calls for Black Creek Clay County. ,
recycling someone giving a hearty sneeze.
been such a common thing for years that,
( to place their glass However, we are indebted to Barbara, Phosphate In, Bradford our people considered it of little value.

and aluminum cans in Foster, history buff of the Gane( .vIJ.Sun, The fact that there are beds of phosphatein There is plenty of it in Bradford County,
recycling bins and set them at for the information that Florida has had at the western part of Bradford County is and can be bought cheap. I

curb once a week for pick-up. least one earthquake, albeit back in 1886, nothing new it was known as far back as r old farm is
that rated headlines In the Florida Time almost hundred "Perhaps your poor a
1890 a years ago. "
bed, rich as a gold mine, 'The
Union and even mentioned Starke as one of phosphate
state's glass plants reported a 12 The January 10 1890 issue of The
the towns that was a bit shook up by this Telegraph concluded..w.
increase in glass recycling dur, August 31 event 102 years ago. Telegraph carried the ,following item .
1987. Floridians recycled over'' 59 under the above heading:
During her continuing search of old Kerr-McGee and'other phosphate min-
pounds of glass last year and ( native While the phosphate craze is so high in
newspaper files. Barbara a ing companies have thousands of acres of
manufacturing industry' ex- of the Brooker ) hit dirt South Florida,it will not do to leave Brad,
glass daughter area pay land under lease in the Brooker area of
ts the volume, .to increase while perusing Florida Time Union files ford County out of the swim. West Bradford for the purpose of

as a result of the new solid of early September 1886. There on the front Where the men of the Muck Drainage phosphate mining at some future date.It is
page was a headline, announcing: Company are at work (in the Sampson interesting to note, however, that these
legislation. 'SHAKEN BY EARTHQUAKEFlorida Lake area) they scoop up phosphate by the deposits have been known to exist for
Feels Effect of a Real Seismic Distur tons. Mr. S.F. Gardner (a Starke realtor almost a hundred years, with no effort to
Martinez recently signed bance. The Tremor Felt All Over the and. developer of that time) has a solid, capitalize on them. <\ '
legislation requiring cities StateCars Moved Houses Shaken and
People Alarmed in Many TownsNo
counties to establish recycling pro-, Serious Damage Done." The "cars"alluded

; !' that would reduce their waste to, of course were railroad box cannot -
thirty percent over Ue next five the kind of cars we drive today, which

... If this goal is to be,met, city and weren't to come along for 'another .20

planners must immediately years.

designing recycling programs.that According to the T-U report: ''"About 9
p.m. the wave hit Highland" where water w""
motivate people to participate, ranowwf
was thrown out of the railway water tank J,
s'I, subject 'was (discussed' at but no other damage occurred. ""Starke
was hit about 9:23: p.m. with a'' tremor .,r ei YY
County Commission meeting lasting about two minutes. Everything
landfill director Darrell O'Neal shook and people, particularly those in

:Commissioner Joe Riddick brick buildings, rushed out into the middleof nr ru.L.or
on an inspection trip made;! last the streets," ? wr

to a recycling plant in Iowa. Is it possible that some of the cracks now
visible in a few of the old buildings still
of garbage is an idea whose standing on Call Street may have resulted .... t
: has come, for there simply isn't, ,from this earthquake more than a centuryago .. __ ,OCA"_
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available space or enough coun p .....,, -..,
city funds to continue the present Cedar Key was hit a little earlier, about 9p.m."with lie... .. _..
of landfill operations.. "heavy and distinct shocks"According :.. 0 .. ..
to an on-the-spot report, houses
a recycling plant is built, it will un' and the earth were trembling violently and

be located on the proposed cars standing on the side tracks here were

of the tri-county landfill now being moving," '

;' for location on prison property From Macclenny came the news that the
\ J Baker. Bradford and Union" ',sound was heard for a full minute before We're' on the PhosphateMap '
the shock wave hit. A second wave was felt
; as well) :as Florida State': 'shortly' after:the'first, shock,..while thetown's A t The above map, prepared'by,Coastal Petroleum 'Co., shows the Soth
and Correctional Instill
Union" newly organized military company Georgia/North Florida phosphate district stretching in a diagonal strip from
: '- was drilling causing several men, to lose' just north of the Georgia line, southeasterly through Hamilton. Columbia
is 'thewave of' the future" in" their footing and fall' f Y!<:' Union and Bradford Counties. Phosphate mining operations are now in progress
In Hamilton and Columbia.
\ disposal and it is the inevitable' Olustee, southwest 'of Macclenny, felt
to the alternative of being the shock for about a minute, following a By 1975 Kerr-McGee Corporation had assembled a block of approximately
frightening roaring noise. At Baldwin1 the 8,000 acres of fee-owned or leased property in western Bradford County
undera; wave of our' own' gar ''tremor started about 8:50 p.m.and lasted '(Brooker/New River area) and was also assembling large tracts of land in

/ ,about five, minutes Waldo, reported a Union County.. ,

shock wave that rocked houses and fur In a letter to the Bradford County Commission, dated Jan e. 1973, Kerr- "

r .mture, McGee said "... oar ultimate goal Is to have two mining operations of 1.5
; Further north in Atlanta, three violent million tons per year capacity; one each In Bradford and Union Counties,
Ike' Foresaw Troubles shocks were reported.People were thrown with the phosphate rock being processed through a central plant which could, '
from their beds; a house was shattered, handle three million tons of ore per year from the two counties.The total In- '

I and chimneys on the six-story Atlanta Constitution vestment would approximate $75 million, and. employ. approximately. 300 ,
,Now: Haunting: Pentagon'' building. fell Windows and dishes I people.," I

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President' Eisenhower, like President tors have fostered lawlessness an 'impression''fueling'lotwidespre'ad ,( ''Letters to 'the' Editor : ," .

Truman, was painfully 'outspoken at popular mistrust of the integrity, of the /
but he spoke the truth and let the : '
times, for'County '
defense industry. The panefalso warn Volunteer Zoning Board One Good Freedomfest
fall where '
chips they, may. 'Another
ed ,the President that its study of. Deserves
What would he say about the "waste".fraud American opinion of the ,Pentagon Says Criteria for Service Is WrongEditor
Hats off to those who brought
,. and abuse" scandals now being ""represents a ,striking vote of ,no--. "Freedomfest 88" to Starke. All involveddid :

,ferreted out in the Pentagon' by a two-'' confidence in defense 'contractors, Telegraph: ,paid a fine job of presenting a holiday;

year ongoing investigation by the FBI( generally." I was recently given the ;"privilege". to Of course you expect your family to help weekend at home that Bradford. Countinns. ,
the statements .volunteer my services to serve on the'' out in such a time of sorrow but Archie could enjoy and be proud of.
We' can only judge by In the sternest language possible the Tanner Funeral Home and many residentsof
County Zoning Board.
Ike made in his farewell message at the 'President's Commission said ; Bradford County were not expected to

close of his administration. Although his "Management and employees of com- ing After official Volunteering that I was, I was not told considered by a son reach down deep in their pockets to help a We with attended family the of Monday various evening ages and concert all

words are now, unfortunately) almost panies that: contract with the Defense because the County Commissioners didn't family that to some were near strangers. found something to enjoy in the, music,

forgotten, had they been heeded at,the, Department assume unique and compelling know me. I was disappointed over this turn I am a relative of the family that was left refreshment, and entertainment offered:
time they may have served as a caution obligations to the people our ,of events because of a couple of reasons; without a husband and father, and I wantto The fireworks show was an exciting conk
to' the Nation the painful 'I thank Mr. Tanner and the people of elusion to an enjoyable evening.
light spare armed forces, the American taxpayer'and 1.1 am known by Mr. Carter,who did not financial
Bradford for their help
cleansing process it is now undergoing: our Nation They must apply (and acknowledge that fact; and, County
the loss of John David the
2.What difference does it make whether' and support dunng Encouraging to us was the size of l
,_ In a ,clear warning 'against ,what is be'perceived as applying) the highest I'm known by the Commissioners or not? .Sheppard. 1 was,overwhelmed with ap- crowd for, the' activities at Bradford.

happening' now, Eisenhower said,. standards of business ,ethics and con, ,My qualifications should speak for me. preciation and I cannot express in words ,Stadium We hope "Freedomfest"
: duct" my thanks for these wonderful people. I organizers feel the same way. .
"Guard against the acquisition of: un-
I personally feel that the persons appointed I don't know how Mrs Sheppard would have
warranted influence... by the military- Apparently, this :warning lay to the Zoning Board need not be made it through this tragic occasion Keep up the fine work I,

industrial, complex The potential for mouldering on the shelf while taxpayers ,known by the Commissioners, and thus ,without the help and guidance of Mr.Tanner -' Buddy and. .Elaine,.Colling:*
the disastrous rise of misplaced power ''continued to pay favored defense con-. would honest be in a better position to render a Vera Clayton 'JacksonvilleFIRE Starke
fair decision
more on matters at
exists and will persist. ,Eisenhower tractors ,billions of dollars, much of' hand, and not a decision just to appease
'knew from experience that too much which went into their own pockets ,some commissioner

money combined with 'too much through padded payrollsj fake invoices; To be able to serve the good people of
military muscle is 'a corruptive influence other ) 'F9restry'in'Bradford County' I '
and ] thievery. Bradford County, I'm told two things must ,
in the government 'of ,our Nation be apparent:- ,
( Too bad that other administrationshave And the White House continued merri 1. You must be "a good ole boy"" and By David W. Norton

turned a deaf ear,; to his warnings.; 1 Pentagon way, throwing money at the ,,2. You must be a Democrat.I ,Bradford County Forester
in lillion'doJlar; gobs that invited am neither. I'm just a plain citizen of '
At" ,the other end of: ,the 'ethics-i -, contractors to write their ,own Bradford County who has the desire to do SEASON STILL,WITH US more difficult than you first expected, and

government ''spectrum, Presidern tickets on contracts As a result the his part for the ,county.; Spnng is our usual season for wildfires. will want some additional assistance,

Reagan ''dismissed the' Pentagon central offices at the Pentagon, lost, It's time for a change...and only we, the have Wildfires dry Weather.become a Guess problem Wharf any Its time been we Whenever you are burning.!?

disclosures by saying it is '"understan ability to control and hold accountable ,'voters, can make that change. we can do .dry since early spring, agricultural, forestry or land clearing
dable"' how fraud can occur in the Pentagon's actions being taken at lower levels. Ac-, this by voting for the person on the purposes please contact the Division ot
big purchasing person s merit- not his political party or Wildfires can be devastating... to homesas Forestry and receive a burning authonza.
programs, cording to one analyst, with less accountability timberlands Bradford and
anything else.: well as in tion. This can be done easily,by phone
blaming the fiasco on a few dishonest in- each branch of the service went I don't have Union Counties. So! far this year has not Bradford' County residents can call
profess to all the
answers or
dividuals rather than on a fatally flawed off in its own direction, vying with the even any of the answers to improve our been bad but the situation is changing as 964-5438 and Union County residents can

system of management'" and procure-" others to see' which could spend the system of county government, but the fact, the forest and' brushland becomes drier, call 4963311. Failure to get, a burning
ment. ,and drier, authorization is a second-degree misde-
most on new (and sometimes un- that
we need CHANGE is very obvious and
meanor, is punishable by a fine, imprisonment
It is also understandable how ,.fraud workable) weapons. systems.Washington .; 'when you look at the trash beside our One of the main causes of wildfires is or both. '
roads, and the state of the roads :fires that escape.Often a landowner thinks
can occur when Mr.Reagan chose to ignore '
,commentator Sandy are In. tie can safely burn a trash pile, vacant lot, Those of you who burn yard trash, (not
the report submitted tworyears ago'by Grady summed up the'' Pentagon : or a pile of leaves,only to find that once the household garbage can burn anytime
a blue-ribbon committee he himself: debacle in a paragraph: "The irony is Citizens of Bradford County'I challenge fire'' is started it begins to spread and WITHOUT an authorization provided that
all of
appointed,"warning of insider wheelingand that the Pentagon busts may be the final the best you county to make in the this State, Bradford to live County inand becomes uncontrollable. A fire will burn you burn between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in a bar, _
it finds more fuel it rei or pit covered with a or
'and door" rapidly as when screen grate.
dealing ,.revolving profiteering legacy of Ronald Reagan whose pride you can do this by exercising your best ,reaches wooded areas. i You must also meet certain state setback
at the.Pentagon. In plain unvarnished ,was his military buildup ThaiGipper: vote, and to"",vote for the person : laws and you should obtain these setback

language the report said, loved ,to' tell 'anecdotes abdjrwrelfare. 'qualified' for whatever office is being Although it can happen no matter hOW', distances by calling the phone numbers

"Widely publicized investigations and queens and their food stamps)3 ut was sought. fires many can precautions usually be have avoided.been taken Your changes,escape 'listed, before'establishing your burning.

prosecutions of' large defense contrac undone, (in the end) by defensEPcrooks.r' Rt., 4,Box Rick 1435,Downs Starke: of ,burning safely are increased if. you. spot
follow few simple suggestions.
a Be cautious throughout this summer

1)' Burn on II day when the wind speed ,with fire. If our area doesn't receive
Help In'Time of NeedIs and direction are slow and unpredictable, substantial rainfall soon, fires will be with
'aa DfORD for most of the of this and
BRIO' 'comiiigrapq In our area,generally this is the case aftera us rest year they,
Appreciated can be destructive.Thank for attentions -
cold front passes through the area. you your
4 Wednesday, June 8, 1988, a tragic acci-> ,! '
dent occurred In Lawtey that left a 21 year 2) When a large area of land is con-
nuwts old man dead and a young widow with two, sidered, call the Division of forestry to
N jO firelmes around the area to be burn,
yC babies.This young married couple,like so plow
o many others,had no idea anything so terrible !-' ed. ,When trash piles are to be burned
"f- tCMO.FtKCtnOH-X3HNM.MIUH' could happen to their family They had clean an area around the pile so t.I1efire
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TIOH 'u. no Insurance for burial. '" can t creep along the ground and escape
,Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at into the woods.Always cover your burning
Thanks' to 'wonderful businessman in
r ".,,>.,f"",.,:?..: 'rI' ';" "' the Post Office Stake.. Roctda. under" Act of March*1879.,' ,Starke the families a of this couple and the pit prevent or trash ashes pile from with becoming a steel mesh airborne.grate to

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Deanna Tom//nson// Hilton Coleman/ ; ,Jr.. ., The, Ratcll ffe-McKinney

To Wed July 15

-Exchange ,Vows In June' '24 Ceremony ocial Betty Ratcliffe of 'Starke.,

daughter of Mr, and Mrs. .W.M.
ide of the news (Buddy) Harris, and John Vincent'
'j McKinney of Starke son of Mr. and
< Deanna Michele Tomlinson and' R'eddtnp dubN.w i Burial Ewtu Mrs. Bud Bogle.of graham, will be
'S>' ," Hilton Calder Coleman, Jr., were R.....,...... o.ureh 1'1... '. Bird married this Friday, July 15 at New
, HI 'married at 7 p.m. on June 24 In Pine Congregational I Methodist Church,
Level Baptist Church with Rev. located on 301 3 miles North of
Roman M. Alvarez performing then Starke.. .
double-ring ceremony. Family Picnic PlannedFor The bride and groom are'' both
<,'> Deanna is the daughter of Mr. and graduates of Bradford High School.
trt Mu. WInfred E. Tomlinson of 77 78 79 BHS Classes
Starke. Hilton Is the son of Mr. and
if. Mrs. Hilton C Coleman
+ also of '
i K. Starke. 5rt, sml200 class of 1978 invites the classes of 1977,1978,and 1979 to our family
>t, The couple exchanged vows before faicmc It will be July 23 at the NCO Club at Camp Blanding on Bookmobile Stops'

,"!. ,fifteen-light golden arch Lake come, This time.get-together for families begins .at 10 a.m.;: however, pease In Seven CommunitiesAll '
candelabra t any ,
with, pink, There will not be charge to attend the but Bradford
blue and white var a picnic, everyone will be ovec County you may,
roses, white responsible for their own food and drinks. Please bring bathing suits and have seen the Bookmobile go
and gladiolas mixed, mums, freezie On either sprays,. your children, if you would like. lumbering by. It makes stops, in
Was two large greenery.hearts side enE1 U you graduated in the class of 1977, '78, '79, and would like to come seven communities throughout the
candles, next to which holding were two votive please contact one of the following people and let them know you will be at- area,conveniently bringing most of
dle trees can- tending Shan Edwards Johns 964-4840; Christie Redding Torode 533-2505; the same services and information
with of freezie with
,' blue and sprays white Sonya Tenly Baldree 473-3883, or Dora Trlest Broome 4737131. available at the main library in
!" pink, roses, and Note: Class of.1978,If you have sent in your money and have not received' Starke and other lending libraries
with of burning '
'.v mums raced ivy with a confirmation post card, please call one of the above, throughout the state. -
tapers. in the center of
The Bookmobile
1 the altar the program has
was kneeling bench.
'I' 'The Showers. been in service 12'years serving
unity candle was centered in .
:0/ front of the golden arch candelabra ,those in rural areas who don't have

..\"'. Before being seated, the bride's Kelly Hagen} Honored With Stork ShowerOn ready Besides access the to obvious the main services library,' .the
mother' and mother of the
lighted candles in the unity candle.groom Friday,June 24,Kelly! Hardin Hagen and new baby daughter' Saman- issuing of library cards and book'

Later in the ceremony the candles tha Lynn, were honored with a stork. shower. hosted by Bobbin York at the check-out, the Bookmobile also has a'
York residence in Starke. reference section on board, a large-
united Into candle
1 were one lighted
; by the bride and groom. After socializing and visiting with the new baby, all the beautiful gifts 'print book selection a paperback
'were presented and Kelly Even the new book. assortment and magazines.
| The family pews were marked using opened by grandmother, Kathy
; v. long stem pink and blue roses V. Hardin, received a gifta grandma's' poodle", handmade by Clarice To enable you to use and weedy
county Bookmobile the
Stephens. your
: win satin streamers and double,
i 1 hearts. Nuptial music was provided Desserts and fresh lemonade were then enjoyed along with humorous, schedule of Bookmobile stops as
by pianist, Ms Landa Koistmen and stories from everyone about their children and motherhood. The hostess ,follows":
: organist Miss Connie Moody. er 4 presented the honoree with a handmade birthplate as a memento of the occasion
2 Monday
: Soloists were Mrs. Charlene Mains
Starke Home
f and Mr. and Mrs.
,. Kitchen Honors Tuesday 'I'
: The bride, escorted by her father, Party Miss";Stacey Denmark .
: was given in marriage by her The Kingsley Lake home of Mrs;'Donald Thornton was the setting for a Rd Midway, 21B Corner at Santa Fe Lake

: parents. She wore a bridal white, lovely "Strawberries for Stacey" kitchen party on June :23 honoring bnde- 10 to 11'am.
elect Denmark. <
satin designer gown with appliques Stacey .
1 schif fli embroidered Venice lace cut- Arriving guests were invited onto the porch by Mrs. Steve Futch and Edwards Grocery Theressa.
: outs. The hand-sewn pearls and served' by strawberry drinks and finger foods. Following time of 11-15: a.m. to 12:13pm,

.. .iridescent sequin bodice had a jeweled ... *! .. ...' fellowship, guests gathered in the living room as Miss Denmark opened the Hampton Post Office
..c.'i. ..: gifts. 12.30to2;, :30pmThursday .
; sabrina neckline with scallopedlace .
and dropped to a deep v-back .' "fIMIo.., The evening concluded in the dining room with Mrs. John Vahnski and i

j with ,a large satin bow encrusted Miss Jannr. Thornton' pouring frothy strawberry punch. Delicious Graham Post Office '.'
f with pearls beads and irridescent ';,\'i." Mr.;and Mrs,.Hilton Colt'manJr. strawberry cake was served to the guests by Mrs. Tommy ChasUm. ,Brooker City Hall, ,

. '. .:' sequins. The full skirt featured lace : :,, As a momento of the occasion the hostesses presented Miss Denmarkwith 11 a.m., to 1 p.m. ",. ; .

. t, ,, 'appliques, a scalloped lace hemline a heart-shaped grapevine wreath, decorated with strawberries. Kite Realty rne of CR-227/225
' ;: with .Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. 'Tommy Chastam Mrs, Steve'' ,.,
"., reimbroidered pearls and se-, was carried by her mother in her baked' by the bride's mother and I i, H' i ,' ",. "
Futch,Miss Donna Thornton, Mrs, Donald Thornton and Mrs. John Vahn "
quins. The cathedral train was' parents wedding. A miniature copyof decorated by Mrs. Marie Thornton, Friday
-i adorned with cut-out detail motifs of her parent's marriage certificate friend of the family, Cutting the cake ,ski Lawtey City Hall

Venice lace and elaborate jeweled 'was placed inside the Bible. She also was Mrs. Mary.Sue Tomlinson .and, 12::3O to 2:30; ,pm ,
Alencon lace designed the front of carried a lace handkerchief that was Mrs Barbara Reddish. Rehearsol'Dinnwr F"r Tomlls/ -Coleman/ I

the }and the entire.. length of thecathedral her great-grandmother's., : .. The groom's table held a chocolate\ ,' 'Mr.'and Mrs. Hilton C. Coleman Sr.? gave a dinner on June 23 prior to I
train. Maid of honor was ,Miss' Tricia cake decorated with a' hunting ',the wedding rehearsal of their son Hilton and Deanna Tomlinson,his bride-, '
'The bride chose as her headpiece a Kay Lawson;; matron of honor was theme, made by Mrs. Lisa Sapp, the elect.. PHOTOGRAPHYBy

'."" ,wreath with satin flowers and pearls Mrs. Bonnie.Tomhnson, the bride's groom's sister. The table was The fellowship hall of Morgan Rd: Baptist Church was the setting for the Cathy Woofey,
". cascading with sequin leaves and sister-in-law. Bridal attendants covered with blue and topped with dinner. Long tables were covered with white cloths, decorated with fresh-
:I crystals attached to a fingertip veil I were Misses. Stacey Reddish, Terri army/navy cloth. An assortment of, ivy, hurricane lamps and flowers,in light blue.Place.cards were used to 964-4151 964-6066: ,
of and blusher with pencil edging. Her r Fender (cousins of the bride), Kelhe chocolates' were served by Mrs. mark the seating of the guests.', ,', Weddings, Engagements'
ornament was' a gold heart set with Baldwin, Amy Jo Carter, Michelle Carol Osteen,.Mrs Lisa Sapp and' A buffet meal was offered to the wedding party. The food consisted of! Anniversaries, :
diamonds, a wedding. gift from the Sexton, Kim Whittemore,and Junior Mrs.Becky Thomassen, the groom's'sisters. ; baked ham, fried chicken, baked beans, fresh vegetables, various salads 'Colt/or Free Consultation Today.
groom. : Bridesmaid Michelle Osteen,: niece, .;' 'and delicious desserts. '. \f" ,
The bridal bouquet featured a of the groom. Flower girl was Amy The punch tables and coffee table Guests enjoying the dinner were members. of the wedding party family.
'cascade of one dozen silk white Tomlinson, niece of the bride, from 'were covered with pink topped with and out-of-town guests. .
roses silk gardenias, stephanotis, Monteagle, Tenn. white lace 'Serving' were Mrs. Pat Co-hosts for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Osteen Mr. and Mrs. 'Thanks' for HamptonJamboree ,
ivy, centered with two large velvet' The bride's attendants wore either Baldwin Mrs. Gale Tyer, 'Mrs, Joey Sapp, Mr and Mrs. Kenny Thomassen, and Mr and Mrs. Leaton' ( '
throat white orchids and interspersed and Miss Lisa Lawson. Success
pink or blue satin gowns accented Carolyn Sapp ,Mathews. .
' .., with lace ribbons. The bride also ''with shoulder bows and a large bow 'The area hall Was accented Following the rehearsal ''at Pine;Leval"Baptist Church' Deanna and \i ,Thank you to all who contributed
carried a satin and lace Bible with a in the back at the line, with palms and various
hip Nosegaysof Hilton presented gifts to the wedding party, in any way td making the jamboreeat
gold heart engraved with the pink and blue roses, stephanotis, greenery with pink, blue and white Hampton a big success for.little
,couple's names and. date,.The Bible, ribbons hearts and streamers were helium balloons. interspersed in the ,Hampton Little League To;Have Benefit ,Britney Curtis., '
.. -
The T-shaped table positioned
carried by the attendants. Each greenery. ( The Hampton Parents AthletiC'Association will be sponsoring a Little' A special thanks to all the bands'and
Births wore sprays of pink or blue roses in the center of the reception League Benefit this Friday and Saturday' in Hampton. ones who donated time, food and
''with pearls and beads to area was centered with a large floral baked I!other means. We thank all for $2,400
compliment The menu will consist of V4 chicken rice pilau, beans. and bread,
\ Jordan Allen Davis their gowns. The flower girl and arrangment and covered, with blue, ;and the charge will be $3 per plate: < \ :which has been deposited in Florida
Mr.. and Mrs. Brian A.. Davis of trainbearer girl wore ruffled satin topped with a lace skirt An assortment The Friday events will be held at Hampton Elementary from 11 a.m. to 7 Bank at Starke in her liver

Starke announce the birth of a son,. gowns complimented with a halo of of buffet foods. and other party p.m. Preordered deliveries from It am.: to } p.m, A ballgame. at 5 p.m;'is transplant fund. Please continue to
foods served.
Jordan Allen, who was born June 18 flowers. The flower girl carried a were scheduled. ,' pray, for little Britney,
,at Baptist Medical Center in satin basket decorated with roses The gift table was with covered with Saturday plans will be at Hampton: City Park from 11 a.m.. to,7" p.m'lwith. 'Ted" Billie Jean,

,Jacksonville. He joins a brother, and ,an engraved heart of thecouple's pink and topped bridal army/navy pictures. a raffle drawing at 6 p m. There will also be live music. r James, Cristie
centered with
old. names and date. cloth All will toward and &Little$rttney'r
'" Keith, 2 years ,Attending the table was Mrs. Pat proceeds go buying uniforms equipment.
Best Hilton Coleman,
:. Maternal grandparents' are Mr. man was
" Sr. the father. Groomsmen Blankenship and Mrs. Lisa Gaskins.
:{ and Mrs. Dewey McKinney ofJ groom's
Jimmy Tomlinson of ,A large blue heart trimmed with
',: Starke, were with of the
.1. lace decorated pictures
Tenn. and ''Wendell
Monteagle ,
Paternal grandparents are Mr: '
' 'and Mrs. Carl Davis of Lake City' Tomlinson of Wichita, Kan.,, honored couple was. also, 111\view at 'Cookoutet'
, : '. .and Mrs.,Bonnie Davis of Brooker. brothers of the bride, Bobby Martin; the reception For Mathews Child
" ," Randy Conner Eric Crawford,. Also assisting in the receptionwere .
l iif \ .': 'Megan Renee Williams cousins'' of the groom Leaton ,Mrs. Lucile Johns, Mrs Pat A cookout has been set for Friday,
Mathews, Aaron Mathews and Jr. Johns,. Mrs: Dianne' Moody, Mrs. July 15, from 9-10 a.m. to benefit
:L"':. Mr. and!Mrs. Mark R.Williams of 'Groomsman Brian Sapp, newphew Martha Myrick, Mrs/Owen Thorn- Tabitha Mathews, an ill 6-year old.
Starke announce the ,birth ,of a 'ton, and Miss Stephanie Thornton.
'i.; .'of ,the groom. Ringbearer Jared Smoked or barbecued chicken will
daughter Megan Renee, on June. 28 Sapp, nephew of the groom, carrieda ,Floor hostesses were Miss Stephanie be sold at $3 per plate.The cookout
,at St. Vincents Hospital in Jackson Alvarez. Miss Suzanne'Sapp and
satin heart-shaped pillow will be held on the lot next to Handy
ville.,Megan weighed 7 Ibs 4 oz. and Miss Martin.Presenting bird'
, Trainbearers were Michael Osteen, Way and across from the
.";" (was' 18 inches long. She joins one Brooke Thomassen and William seed rice packets to'' guests were chiropractor's office in Starke.,
.. ... 'brother Randy, age 2. Thomassen,. nephews and niece of Jaclyn 'and Chris' Tomlinson.
Maternal are Mr. Heather Jones and )Michael
the groom >I"" .
and Mrs. Carl Johnson of Maxville.' Greeting?guests as they arrived at Blankenship. : RestersFetes GOLDEN-FRIED & DELICIOUS
Paternal grandparents are Mr, and Director of the .reception, was Mrs.
,.the church were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis :
Mrs',Walter Williams, of Richmond.. Rhoden. Attending the bride's' ,Julia Alvarez, : SJst Birthday,
, ?, book was Miss Tammy Dempsey.' Following wedding trip to St,' Peggy Hesters was feted by her .. ..

Va.Engagement Mrs.' Betty Alvarez, the pastorswife Augustine the couple will ,reside oil\, family on her 81st birthday Friday,' '.. .., ".
,, ., directed the wedding. Morgan Rd. In l Starke; ,July 1. .
"of '
''The bride is a 19B6 graduate
The reception following the One daughter; five grandchildren
Co///ns-Dugger// ,. ceremony'was held..in the church: Bradford High School, and a 1987 and eight great-grandchildren all
Told fellowship hall. Hearts with the graduate of Santa Fe Community came to Starke for the day to !

Engagement bride and groom's name with white College She is presently attendingthe celebrate with. Hesters at CaptainD's Hr e, ___ rr", ,
Zedra J. Collins of Starke bells were used at the entrance of, University of North Florida.in. in Starke.
(Keystone Heights)' announces the the hall. Greeting guests at the Jacksonville. ,' Hesters is also awaiting a visit this .. Three great. :
engagement of her daughter, Lisa 'reception was Mrs. Marie Thornton.' 'The groom is a '1981 graduate of week from her, grandson Terry .

CoUins, to James Kevin Dugger of, The bride's table was covered in Bradford High' School and Is Canipe, who works as a missionary to enjoy
Starke, son of A.J.and'Mary Dugger, white satin with a lace flounce.. employed by' E.I. DuPont. at in Costa Rica. .lP ...,, < ways .

of Jacksonville. Centering the table was a three- Kingsley Lake. II\ : Captain D's Shrimp.
The bride-elect is also the tiered wedding cake with bride and )

: daughter of the late Clinton Collins groom ornament on top, flanked on
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h ,The groom-to-be is a braduate of and blue flowing fountains, accented PAIATKA' JACKSCNVILU- Shrimp & Fish Dinner

U,, .Bradford High School. 'with descending stairways with ,A delicious treat of crispy fried shrimp .
.i jr The private ,wedding ceremony'' hand-painted figurines depicting the Kino and golden-brown fish fillets,served with $3.69

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FrancssabeMarried/ / / Church News'.'...... .....-... .... ........-.. .... ""' .... ......

United Gospel Sing Friday Pre-Women's Day' ,

May 7 at First At Plnevalley Church Planned ,for July' 15

Friday July 15, at 7:30: p.m. there ''The Women 'of Bethlehem

Methodist Church CeremonyMiss will be a gospel sing at Pinevalley Freewill Baptist Church of Starke Is

Congregational Holiness' Church. having a", Pre-Women's Day Program
Featured singer will be The Happy on Friday, July 15. ,Guest

Carol Elizabeth Francis, reception room were Mr. and Mrs. Day Gospel Singer from Jackson- speaker will be the Rev. Don Denton -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Charles E Michael Sexton. Hanging baskets of 'Hr : ville. ;' other guests will be the Most
Francis became the bride 'of Boston fern adorned the hall, with The church U located 1 mile Northof Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge

'Christopher Scott Isabel, son of Mr. several urns of delphinium, lilies, Starke on road beside Bradford 94, Rev Davis, Pastor, and Mary.

and Mrs. R. Joseph Isabel of Turkey mums and roses placed at points of Furniture. Everyone Is welcome, Welch, chairperson.

Creek, Alachua, Kla. In a beautiful interest. Church God
wedding ceremony ,on Saturday The bride's table was covered witha r tawtey .-0, __, .,.... ..
evening. May 7 at the First United full white satin cloth, with Having Kids/ / CrusadeThe

Methodist Church of Starke. garlands- of sprengeri fern, centeredby Lawtey Church of God will be Community News

The ceremony was performed by a three-tiered wedding cake having a kid s crusade with Pepper
Rev. Ballard H. Wilson. and Father decorated with pink enchantment, the Clown and Brother from'
Phillip Gagan. lilies and baby's breath. The two cir Jacksonville.The Tipton In an effort to get all eligible

Centering the choir loft, was a cular punch tables were covered schedule will be 7:30 Fri- citizens registered, a Voter
large sunburst arrangement of pink with white satin cloths and centeredby and p.m.15-18. Registration drive is being held in
day Saturday nights July
silver and crystal punch bowls, 1 various communities. U are 18yeal'l
enchantment lilies, teal Fuji mums, On the Singing you
dephinium and gladiolus. On either which were decorated with garlandsof Sunday morning old and above and have not
Heirs will at 11 and
'side 'of the sunburst arrangement sprengeri! fern. The groom's table Royal sing a.m. registered, you may come to the
at 6
were lighted candle trees with auxiliary held the traditional chocolate cake. Sunday invited evening to and p.m.learn Everyoneis about following locations to do so: RJE
The food tables were covered with come Lawtey Recreation
candelabra. Ficus and palm Gymnasium ,
Jesus and have fun. ..
trees were interspersed in the choir white army-navy cloths with lace'overlay. Center Pleasant Grove UnitedMethodist ...

loft, In the chancel area of the and garlands of fern and Church Ebenezer Missionary

church were baskets of Boston and ivy. On each end of the food tables w. Sampson City Church Baptist Church" (Saturday
sprengeri fern. The center aisle of were 3-branched silver candelabra. only).
the church was emphasized by pew Cutting the bride's cake were Mrs. Has Singles MinistryThe Volunteers will be available to

decorations of pink lilies roses, Mike Hartley' and Mrs. Rick Sampson City Church of'God register you: TUESDAY July 12

poms, delphinium and leaf{ baby's Stephens. Cutting the groom's cake will be having their next singles and 19: 7-9 a.m., 6-8 p.m.; SATUR-

breath. Burning votive candles with ''were Misses Brand! Herndon and ministry meeting, July V al 7:30: DAY, July 16-23:,8-11:30 a.m.

mixed sprengeri fern and pink ribbons Khandice Stroud. Pouring punch p.m. at the fellowship hall acrossfrom

were placed in each window In ''were Mrs. Shawn Brabham, Miss s the church. Come and hear our ............ .
the foyer of the' church were arrangement Kathy Gillingham and Mrs. Terry president, Earnest Johns, speak ,
of palm trees and Boston Vaughn. Assisting with the bride'sbook followed with refreshments and

was Mrs. Don Hardy aunt of "good ole fashioned" fellowship.The .

fern.Wedding music'' was provided by the bride. Singles Ministry Is open to all,
organist Kristy Johns and pianist Also assisting in serving 'were singles 18 years or older.
Daniel Martin. Solists were Mrs. Mrs. Betty Allen, Mrs. Vivian Chap-

Bob Milner, Mrs. Andrew Stricklandand pell, Mrs. Marian Douglas, Mrs."Cin Church1 of God

Pat Crawford. dy Futch, Mrs. Mary Gissy, Mrs. .
Best man was Joseph P. Isabel, Saundra Green, Mrs. Myrna Lou ,. .. Of Prophecy Begins a tJ
brother of the groom. Ushers were Hurse, Mrs. Linda Johns Mrs. Revival July IB

Dr. Timothy Isabel, Theodore A. Melba Johnson, Mrs. Lisa Kelly; Mr. and" Mr.Christopher tieott Isabel
'The Church of God of Prophecy
Isabel (brothers of the groom),John Mrs. Wanda Prevatt, Mrs. Imogene
Redding Mrs..Claire Roberts Mrs. Inc., 2138 N. Temple, starts a revival
David and Donnie Francis (brothersof A mall flat sponge or papertowel
the' bride), and Jeffrey M, Carolyn TaylorMrs./ Elaine Thorn July 18, 7:30: p.m. nightly. Rev. kept In your refrigerator vegetable
Johnson. ton. Mrs. Betty Warren, and ,Mrs 'Construction 'Program and is Following a honeymoon trip .to Edgar Woods of .Jennings, Fl., bin can absorb much of the

Mrs. Bob Milner served her niece'' ,Marba Whittle. employed by Diaz &,Fritz Buildersof Walt Disney World the couple, will Everyone Is welcome. Rev, W. T. excess moisture collecting there.

as Matron of Honor Bridesmaidswere Directing the wedding was Mrs. Tampa. be residing.\in Brandon, Fl. Laney; Pastor.

Lori Flynn, Wilda Isabel, Virginia Darby, with Mrs. I Oleeta

Tracy Schneider Michelle Sexton Hardenbrook in charge of the reception ''' .'' -
'IfI.I'.Ii '
All attendantswore Music for the reception was : \ '
and Carol Shrum. ( ; 11 the undersigned, Color
identical pink and teal floral provided by Susan Lee. All decors iOticesNOTICE :' Frelghtwoy.
Inc., will sell at public auction for cosh at
gowns with fitted bodice and tions were done by Julia's Florist I to \ 2600 Rd. ',, '
.. Lloyd Jacksonville Flo., "
'with ,: \.I; ( I1\1\!" I,
V-neckline ruffled cap sleeves and special thanks to Mrs. William. 6' \ f ) .one lot of machinery consigned to AI Notice I I. hereby given that on Friday '\, ."

pleated skirts. Their bouquets were Carter Brown Sale., St. Petersburg, Flo., July 33 188 at 9:00: ..m., CC Mini" .. .
cascade arrangements of pink silk The bride graduated from University OF APPLICATIONFOR to satisfy freight and storage charge/ *, Storage Hwy. 301 South Sta...., will i"\" \ '
,enchantment lilies, delphinium and, Of Florida and was employed by Keep a whole batch of pancakeswarm : REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF under the provision. of Section 4b( ) of .ell at public auction. for cash the follow.Ingt .
teal baby's breath. ', the Bradford County School System. while you make more by placing THE LAND USE PLAN Uniform standard Bill of Lading. '

Wearing dresses fashioned after The groom graduated from the them between two or three An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Pro 2-038406 dtd 4/19/88 Bay' 21-Esther William, and
the bridal attendants were.flower', University'* of Florida's. Building .folds of a heavy towel In a warm' land Use Plan/ Element and r Gator,Freightway. Inc. Bay 13-Sheila. Hornsby.

girls Dana Milner and Jacqueline; oven. Mop by'City of Stark. Florida In accor. Carrl.r2tch7I1..21 2tehg 7/14-21
Reynolds. They each carried white i:dance with the local Government Com- Control 0777
wicker baskets filled with rose prehertsive Planning Act of 1975 a* pro-> Control 0770

., petals and wore i pink roses in their', USDA' Commodity! CS vlded Statutes for, In Chapter' ,,1 63 of the Florida, ,,,, > >.',.t .. ..; .,, ,..' i..., ? i ? NOTICE

hair. ,F'or": Distribution; TO ALL CITIZENS and other CALL FORBIDS
Taxpayer 'Sealed APPLICATION, FOR
Ring-bearers West Milner and Jeffrey bide will be received by the
Reynolds carried satin heart-' Suwannee River Economic Counci i I, Inc., announces the following dateS' Interested person, Board of Bond Trustee of the City of CRAIG SAUEY,'has made oppllcotlonto
for distribution of USDA commodit es. Qualifications guidelines and in- You and each of you are hereby and S....... Florida, at the City Hell In the Starke Zoning < Planning Deport"menl {,
:shaped The bride pillows. in, come eligibility scale information lay be obtained from the Suwannee herewith given notice In accordance St...... florid., until 6:30 ,.m. en Tuesday for reclassification of the !property
given marriage by
with Florida Statute that the Board of described "below from B-3 to B-2: Parcelo2993.000000
River Economic Council Inc. August 2. "M, et which time andplace
her father,, wore her mother's dress City Commissioner of Starke. Florida In Section 28 Twn. 6 S..'
all bid received will be
Note days set aside for the exclusive distributions'j publicly
Special : Special are
1 which redesigned by Mrs. Betty
hove and k/a
was designated the Storks Zoning Rng. 22 E.. located 743 S.Walnut St.,
and read aloud the
to the elderly and handicapped. If o have trouble standing bring opened en following!
Evans, of Gainesville The gown y please Planning Board to conduct o public hear Executive Pork off West side of U.S. 301
f," featured a bouffant skirt of imported a folding lawn chair so you can be lore comfortable..', .. Ing at, a regular,; meeting held' at 7:00: Furnishing 1S.OOO'to 27,000 e tw.lv.pound ment of Chlorine supply, .In'' South of CSX spur track and North of Edwards

Chantilly lace and peau de soie. Her USDA Emergency Food Assistai ice program is available to all eligi- p.m. |In' the City Commission meeting '.I ton cylinder and .balance. In ISO 'le.' Road to b* used for community .. r "
fitted bodice was enhanced by appli ble recipients regardless of race, c6 lor, national origin age, sex or han- "room ol Stork. City Hall. Stork., Florida, cylinder delivered to Sterke, Florid. commercial development. '

ques of chantilly lace; with puffed. dicap.Distribution. on Thursday, July 28, 1988. and make a Te .be effective en date of bid acceptance. This proposed change In classification
elbow-length sleeves. The skirt sites and dates are a follows I; : "' recommendation to the City of Starke I* sublet| to a public hawing to be held

featured lace appliques In front and JULY 20: BROOKER City Hall, 10 a.m.-i p.m. Commissioners and the Board will con.. 'The sold city reserve the right. to ec- (before Stork, Boning Board one Thurs. '
back, terminating into a circular .JULY 21: STARKE Old RJE Scrux il I 1,10 a.m.-4 p.m. alder on Tuesday. August 16, 1968 at c.pt o. refect any or ell It""' ... day July 2B. 1968,it 7.-OO: p.m. at the
,chapel-length train' Her Tell was of JULY 22: STARKE Old RJE Scho<, 8 a.ra.il:30: pjnu: .. tf.'ta' 'the same Mid place at 7:30 p..... on 0,... V--- BOARD OF BONDTRUsms !''IOUfIdI-: Room of Storke City Holly 209$..

silk illusion with appliques matchingher ..JULY 25: LAWTEY. Recreation C. nter, (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-1:30, dinance relating to: CITY OP STARK, FLORIDABy Thompson St.. Stark. Florida. '
dress. She carried a cascade arrangement Th. reionlng of the following described Nell t.Tucker At this time all persons, both for and
of Ginsin lilies lily-of- 26: HAMPTON City Hall, JO a.m.-2 p.m.ntGrove property and amending the Comprehensive City Clerk against this !proposal shall .b* heard a*
and .JULY 28: SPEEDVnJLE, Pleasai Baptist Church' 10 a.m.-l Land Us. Plan to providethat 2tchg 7/14-11 specified In the Stork Zoning>> Codes,
ivy roses.
the-valley, .. land currently zoned 1-1 and Control 07 M The Zoning will moke recommendation
Following the ceremony a reception 'p.m.Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. designated by the plan as Industrial be to the Stark City Commission on this .
held at the Woman's Club of
was (
reioned to R2A and designated Multi. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS application at their regular scheduled
,Starke. Inviting the guests into the Family Residential the property of FROM ATTORNEYS FOR hearing sat for Tuesday Augu 16, 1968

NORMAN J. CONTI described as SPECIAL PUBLIC DEfENDER at 7:30 p.,;,., In the Council Room of
i" follows: Parcels 03407-0-00000. and SERVICESThe Stark City Hall Stork, Florida.At .
'/ ,: 03406-0 OOOOO in Section 28, Twn 6 S, sin counties of the Eighth Judicial this time tn. Stark City Commission
,; ,, II' r I k1' Rng. 22 E.. lots:'N 19V feet of lot I and Circuit are seeking. member of The will make the' final decision on the

; ,s 2. 3, 4. 6 5 of Blk. 1 of Livingston Truby 5 Florida Bar to contract for providingi proposed opllcatlon, after having1 two

Company Subd. at 383 N. Ch.rry St., In i, criminal representation to Indigent accused public hearing, advertisement and
( Northeast Starke for multi-family who cannot be represented. by the posting. All persons Interested In this
residential.You Public Defender' Office because of application are .hereby given notice of
,,I," ", '", / or. further given NOTICE that a conflict of interest The contracting attorney time and place for the two public ""'r.
t ,' 'I copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. will be assigned non-capital 'logs required. ''
',i ',< available for your'inspection at the of. felony, misdemeanor,, traffic one Director.
flee ol .the Director of Zoning and Planning. "juvenile case*. Zoning t Planning

,,"I 209 N. Thompson Street, City Hall, The contracting' period will 'be Stark. *. Florida
'' Starke, Florida. 'September" I.. I 905. through Jun. 30. |Itchg 7/14
: 'KIDS Each and .v.ry person having any Interest ".'. or any longer period that may lie 'C Control 0774
,; ,{: KITES/ whatever in the enactment of this agreed upon. The total number of coses. ,
4 proposed ORDINANCE should appear ,to be assigned' and the rota of compensation
w.Y rt' and be heord at the ,time and place will be ............. A copy el the NOTICE OF APPLICATION
;:." AND! POWER L # prescribed. current year's contract mey be obtained FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENT '
," 'i" x. BOARD OF CITY from the Alachua County Attorneys. Of. OF THE LAND USE PLAN /
'. -, OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS f ic.. An ORDINANCE amending the Com.prehenslve .;
1':1'1: CAMBER: By Darrell O'Neal Statements Interest must bo uk- .! land Usa Plan Element and

: .. Director. Starke Zoning milted to the1' Office of th* PublicDefender. Map by City of Sto"' e. Florida In occor-',
;,:, ,
( Planning1tchg714 P.O. lox 2B20. M North Main done with the local Government Com-)
<'?' ;, Street Gainesville, Florida 32602.,' ,M> prehenslve' Planning Act of 1975 as pro!
; > DEADLY' MLX. ,Control 0775 'later than Frldey July 22, Hi*. ,.The, vlded for In Chapter 163 of the Florida

\ : ... statement should' set forth all. prior Statute.. '
*"* criminal' care experleece and .,. and other
,I. / : t, Travis Wood.. Mayor-Cemmisaloner pllcabl ,reference* Interested parson ,
: 7/14-21 .
2tchg and
and each of are hereby
/ of the City of Stork Florida by virtue of
; A ', : ,, ,;" : ; the Authority vested In me by low. do Control 076t herewith given notice In'accordance'
: I / !"." : ,! '::,:,, '" I' I ,, ,. I hereby call a First Primary Election to beheld '' .' ', '' with Florida Statute that the Board of

'., ,: 4 : ', ,',t ii"I '; ,, f ,' ," ," ;I I"I:.; ,; ,.' : \' ,,,ir i/' ')" ", ', ,'. at the City Hall In the aforesaid City NOTICE INTENT City Commissioners of Stark; Florida
: I'', '' S II!, ,):,1).' "'" I'' of qualified voter on Tuesday, hove designated the Storke Zoning and
'' .,',, ,, ) ;\'kr.llc''tir.l$1'' ".( I' ,," OF PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY .
':' 't' \ : rY1Iti''iI\'I\, \ s $ : I" September 13, I.... A.D., for the Planning Board to conduct a public Hearing
.n, '; :"r"n"r'l'i: \ \ : \'t\ IIP'! ,;ji1:11i) \: \ ; i'ii'i?\ J.:1: :I' .:r ""J ."di'\-:1\;:: \; 'U'''" 'i i'f'' 1 of electing the following officers pun: THE BOARD OF at a regular meeting held at 7:00

:," '\,." ,,; ;, ;1;'\ :(., ('';,; :\' :;\ .:: r.iI iz. : f, t \\ ;"I'd.i'iM;;; ::; ),;:, ,:!,\','('" :;: : :' po ONI COMMISSIONER COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF p.m. In the City Commission meetingroom
/ \ ,,, I, 1r I" 'I\ '.') "J "I'j' ,', ','. / CROUP I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA of Stark City Hall. Stork, Florida,
,. 1/ i" :r' r i"" ;;';" 1 ,:"!I ">! \;' 0', ','t '(;, ,,/., ;. ",0)-: '" //". : For Two Years NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that en the on Thursday' July 28. 1968 and make a
.. 11 day of August It... at 10:00 A.M.' of Stark
recommendation to City
/ 'v /" :': '; i ; .:, ., ; ONI COMMISSIONER :I Commissioners and the Board will consider
lit. ; .I"J;,:,', ',I" "'i ,I, ','," : ,,, "i ,CROUP' :Bradford County Florida, .In regular session on Tuesday August 16.' 1988 at
\ .1 to be held at the Board meeting .
1\' Ordinance
., For Two YearS'ONE the some sold place at 7:30 p.m. on
) .",'!YII \' ,'" : room .. the Bradford County Ceurthouse. relating to:
.Start ., Florid. ,will consider. the
/ ': "I1""i; ,: COMMISSIONER : : The rezoning of the following described
''' following ordinance, and the proposed
: ,
the Com-;
and amending
p; ,, d GROUPSFor enectment thereof. properly
I Two YearsINSPECTORS prehenslv. land Use Plan to provide
S AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE that 'land currently zoned R1C and
FOR SAID ELECTION designated by the. plan' a* Residential'?
Lucille Godwin Margaret William low density, be rezoned to 1-1. and
Clara Colors Shirley Andrew ,designated Light Industrial th. propertyof
; Agnes Dlnkln Margaret DeSue S. LARUE WILLIAMS t MARGARET C.
o Oleete/ Hardenbrook Bernondlne Early OF CULVERTS; REQUIRINGUSE 'WILLIAMS described a* follow: 3.0
Lucy White Christine Harmon Acre out of Parcel 1 02844000000.: Sect.,
'p. For your child's safety, make sure there is / ALTERNATES SPECIFICATIONS AND: PROVIDING PROVIDING fOfI'AN'ENFORCEMENT IF--, 27,Twit 6 S., Rng. 22 E., 'located In EastStorke
off South Side of E. Srownlee
the kite make that ,
nothing on sure tlvlre D.VeeMargaret FICTIVE DATE., and
; Moore The ....... of the (Hwy. 16)). for business. office
c' the string for the kite has no wire or metal in it, I .tIC. contemplated.' storage of heavy equipment. ,

c'4+? and don't let kids fly kites near power lines CUI'h' men Ordinance. end meinteeance I* 1 the- regulation of culvorto of ,lee.a. You are further" given NOTICE that a
'' .
.. }' Ordinarily, power lines are quite harmless.But '., w" K.y In Carter,Testimony whereof I .hereunto County owned or maintained. rad.ii ) copy of sold !proposed ORDINANCE at the of'to
for Inspection
': when a kite gets caught in a power line,it could become electrified. L'- subscribe. my name and ceuse the Seal, Sold contemplated the. Ordinance' at the office may be.of tic* of th. Director your of Zoning .nd 1'1_,

Tell your kids to let go of the string and leave the kite alone. of the Town to be hereunto affixed this" the Inspected Clerk. of by the Circuit public Curt Bradford Ing. 20* N. Thompson Street. City Hall',

Otherwise,the result could be deadly. rth day of ....Iy. "... A.D.Trevl, Woods County Ceurtheuse.St...... Florid. .during Stork. Florida. .bv,

look Whether picking fruit or pruning trees the regular business .hour) of I ......' loch and every person having any
Always up. you're Mayor.Commis.lenarATTEST tore*! whatvr In the enactment of thI.,
'to ( Monday through Friday.All .
antennas doing activity that puts you in possible ,: : ';: ', "', : ,', ,, Nell Tucker p.m. proposed ORDINANCE houM oppeor'
installing or any ? '; \ ; '' .Interested. ,.rte.. may appear at
'{11//\iQ : 1' City Clerk and
contact with overhead lines. '" :' : (:HIi'; <'rd';::1'I" QUALIFYING TIMI FOR THI ABOVE OPICIS -;: said meeting end .be heard with regal and be Hoard at the tkn plate'
pon't be a victim of your own carelessness. \ ".,. ', '; ;' : I:' ,(,Ii OPENS AT NOON JULY 21. 1fMr t......... prescribed: BOARD OF CTTYOF '

};.',, i'\: ,Ii ,' ;, I : AND ClOSES AT NOON JULY M IMS.tchg BOARD Dated this OF 12th COUNTY day of July COMMISSIONERS 1t18. STARK COMMISSIONERS

, 'r :',:J..<,':./.", ...:,' ''i';>1!';' )'," ,), 7/14-11 BRADFORD COUNTY; ..'. If DarNlI O'Neal
1' Central 077 Starke
'I Zoning
'I Director
RIf. .. I'I'I ,'iN t n WlJ\,: l o"1'(1''\ .;\:,pili:( : .." '1t:1: ,," ,FLORIDA. A Planning
.. / ,,'..r''b\ ,:\'I fi: '/ :'h ,', ,' GILBERT S. BROWN.CLERK
':{ ;.'\\h' .': ",i5 "v, PUBLIC AUCTION ,:2tchg714ilControl J 1 7/14
? ,' ) j"'V\ 1.j\1iJ; .
I/ .
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: NOTICE hereby on ,
YI1 given
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"' ""\,,"".",,', '''1.\1, ,..,tl'.l) 'I"" '?' "" 1 n_ Ij'r-!; ', ,'day. Jury 29, 1968, Ot'10:00: o'clock A.M., ..,.."'- '. '

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July 14, 1988 TELEGRAPH. PaggA'

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/ :this application may file his/her com under the aforesaid statute. vironmental' condition
.' ; ; < ments In writing with the Regional Director Dated this 30th day of June, 1988. In All Interested agencies, groupsand I ZONING NOTICE
of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Bradford County, Fla. persons disagreeing with this.' at Its Regional Office, MarquisOne '6130 4tpd 7/21 are Invited to submit written comments, mode application/ for SPECIAL EXCEPt

., / Building, 245 Peachtree Center Control 0749 for1 consideration by the recipient fo Ms, TION No,'4 In Boning Classification; A,

' Avenue, N.e.. 'Suit. 1200 Atlanta, \ ... Queen, Robinson City' Clerk PO. for Communication tower and antenna
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE EIGHTHJUDICIAL NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE I Georgia 3.>303. If any person desires to CONCURRENT NOTICE -- Drawer G, Lawtey, Florida 32058. ((904)) to the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, protest the granting of this application 782.3454. Such written comments must on'' property located .and described
"r, ? COUNTY FLORIDA Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford such person has a right to do so If the NOTICE TO PUBLICOF be received at the address specified on, below, ;

Civil Division County, Florida under and by virtue of a protest is filed with the Regional' Director NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECTON or before August 1 1988 All such comments 10,acres out of Parcel 02603 0-00000,
Cot*, No. (7-544-CA by August 6, 1988. The nonconflden- THE ENVIRONMENT, so received will be consideredand
Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out Block t South; !Range 4 East of Simon J.Temples .
In He the Man-log of: tlal of AND NOTICE TO PUBLIC the will, not the
portions the application file recipient request
are on
of the above-entitled Court In theabovestyled Subd, qt Temples.Mill, See 22,
JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON, In the Regional Office as part oi the FOR REMOVAL ,removal" environmental. conditions or'
have I.vled Twn 6 located
Husband cause upon ENVIRONMENTAL S Rng 22E: In NortheastStarke
public file maintained the take administrative action on the
by Corpora.
" and the following property situate, lying tion. This file 'Is available for public Inspection Date-July J 4, 1988 above any.named project until the dote (Reno Area), East of Old Lawtey
: and being In Bradford County, Florida to Rood and South of E. Market Road
r" VESSIE LEE JOHNSON. during regular business hours RECIPIENT! City of Lawtey specified In the preceding sentence,
)h.:;.:, ,, Wife. wit MERCHANTS t SOUTHERN BANK ADDRESS, P.O. Drawer G The recipient will undertake the project The Starke Board of Adjustment will
ti h NOTICE OF A parcel of land lying In the Southeast Fla. 32058 conduct a public hearing en Thursday
/1, FORECLOSURE SALE 3345 N. Main Street Lawtey. ( described above with Block Grant
, I,' I' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Gainesville, Florida TELEPHONE: ((904)) 782.3454 funds from the U,S Department of Housing July 28. 1988 In the Council Roorn'} 'Of
"',;i a final' summary (judgment of forecloaure SW 1/4)) of Section 31, Township 7 South, TO ALL INTERESTED AOENCIES. GROUPS and Urban Development [HUD) Starke City Holj I| at. 7:30 p:m.' Starke,
,. : dated 'Jun. 28, 1988 end entered ((in Range 22 East Bradford County, Florida; MERCHANTS I SOUTHERN BANK AND PERSONS: under Title 1' of the Housing and Community ; Florida, after having beer reviewed, by
: Cat. No 88-544-CA of the Circuit Court sold parcel being more particularly OF CLAY COUNTY On or about August 14, 1988, the Development Act of 1974 through the Starke Zoning Board
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for described as follows] Commence at theSouth.aot 100 Commercial Circle above-named City of lawtey will request the Slate of Florida. The recipient.. \Is certifying At this time, all persons will be heard
Bradford County Florida wh.r.ln corner of told Southeast Keystone Heights, Florida that the Florida Department of 'Com. to DCA that/ its environmental Concerning this application as :specifiedIn
VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, ll the petitioner quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of 7/7 Stchg 8/4 munlty Affairs designated by the U.Si- certifying officer f Identified' below In the the Zoning Codes of the City pi' Starke
and JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON I I. the SW 1/4)) and run West olonglh. South Control 0756 Department of Housing and Urban official capacity 01 Mayor consent. to accept Zoning Administrator

.., respondent, I will Mil to the highest and boundary thereof of the 90 feet. to the West -. .. --......-....- Development to remove the environmental the jurisdiction ollh. federal courtsIf Slcrke Bd. of AdjItqhgT
' .beat bidder for ca.h at the front door of boundary right of way of State IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE, conditions and release on action is !brought to enforce. resportsibilitleS 14
., the Bradford County Florida Cour- Road 323, thence North, along said West DISTRICT COURT DIVISION Federal funds under Title 1 of the HousIng In relation to environmental' 1 ,
, I thou., at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of boundary 964 feet 10 point of beginning.; FILE NO 88.CVDttl)1 and Community Development Act of :reviews, d.cI'ian.maklng( and action,' ;, Control 0772
" August 1988. the following described From point of beginning thus d..crlbed SLATE Of NORTH CAROLINA 1974 (PL 93.3831) for,the 'following pro. and that these responsibilities, have .I.- ,
property a* set forth In Mia final, judgment continue North along said West COUNTY OF HENDERSON lect; been satisfied, The legal 'effertof the ZONING NOTICE
" 'I;" boundary 356 ,feet,, more or less, to the certification' Is that upon( It* approval' (he 'ARTHUR N. SMITH has made appllcatiori .
" .. 2/5 undivided Interest In Ih. (land North boundary of sold Southeast ,SANDRA PL PLYMILL : First Street Target Area.and Olive Street recipient may us.the Block( Grant funds for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No :2 in
described as follows:, lots 36 and 37 of quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Plaintiffvs Target Area and HUD will have satisfied its responsibilities Classification, A, for Mobile
',' SW 1/4)), thence West said Zoning
Woodlawn along Norm
Subdivision In Section 14,
1 under the National' Environmental '
I t-Home dwelling unit the STARKE
,, ,ti Township i, South Rang. 22 East according boundary 1230 feet more' or less, to theWsst.riy LARRY PlYMILl, CDtit Housing Program Policy Act of 1969 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENt'to
,I to Plat th.r.of recorded 'In Plot boundary of said Southeast 'Defendant, I DCA wll( accept an objection to \Its apErovol on propertylocated
Book I, Page 17, of the Public Records of quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of COMPLAINT FOR ABSOLUTE DIVORCE i ,Lawtey Bradford County, Florida' Only t if It 14 one (0)) of the fallowing and described below
Parcel 04238: 00000 In Sec
: Bradford County Florida. SW 1/4)), thence South along'.old 2.9 Acres, ,
Containing .
: I CUSTODY 0)) that the certification was not In
1" Westerly boundary 356 feet, ,; 32, Twn 6 'SRng' ;22 E., In Southeast
') 20 23 acres,, more or .less. more or E. D. SO SS fact executed by the\ certifying officer or
t f", ;' :V'1 ,I' WITNESS my hand and the. seal of this less, to the Northwest, corner of land.h..lofore NOTICE OF SERVICE OF' other officer of applicant approved I,>Y' Stark off Alexander Rd, 'In Lincoln City
,'\'pr' Court on Jun. 28, 1988 conveyed to Oscar Estes ,and PROCESS BY PUBLICATIONTo Estimated Costs DCA: or b) that applicant environmental area.

HON. GILBERT S. BROWN Marilyn Estes, his wife (see Official : Lorry Plymlll, .the above, named $428.000.00It ) review record 'for the prolect indicates Th. Starke Board of Adjustment( will
Clerk of Circuit Court Record Book 101, Page 249). thence East defendant omission, of a required decision conduct o public hearing on Thursday

By Cathy Hlgglnbotham parallel with said South boundary of Take notice, ,that o pleading seeking has been determined that such ,request finding or step applicable' to the protect July 28 1988, In the Council Room of
Deputy Clerk Southeast quarter of Southwest quarterSE relief' against you has been filed In the for removal of environmental cond In the environmental review", process" Starke City "Hall at 7:30?.p.m.. Starke,
', 2tchg 1/.21 ( 1/4 of SW t/4)) 1230 feet more or above entitled ction. The nature of the i flora will' not constitute an actior4 Oblecttons'must'b4' prepared end Submitted :Florida after having, been reviewed by

oJ. Control 0769, less, to the West boundary of Stale Road relief being sought Is as follows' Complaint significantly' affecting the quality of the, in accordance with,the required ',the Starke Zoning Board. '
.',\ 325 and point of beginning and contain" for Absolute Divorce and Child ,human. environment; accordingly the, procedure ((24 CFR' Part 58)) and maybe At this lime, all person will be heard

AUCTION NOTICE Ing ten. ((10)) acres more or less. Custody.You above-named recipient "has decided not addressed to Florida Deportment of Concerning this'application on pe the of the above nameddefendant
NOTICE )I. hereby given that on'Mon property are required to make defense to 'prepare ,an Environmental Impact Community Affairs Bureau Community ,, the Zoning Codes; of thaCHvOt Starke
and that the 4th
day, July 18. 1988. at 10:00 A.M.. the on day ofAugust such pleading not later than 11 t th day of, Statement under the Notional Environmental Assistance, 2571: Executive. Center Clr I Zoning Adrnin.strbtorSlorkeBd
Thursday at two o'clock
''n., undersigned. Gator Frelghtways, Inc.. said day on the premises of the Bradford on August, 1988, said date being 4Q day"'*, Policy .Act of 1969 (P' .I. cle, East Tallahassee. rid 32399 dt Adi
I from the first of this notice 91.190)). Objections the removal pf Otis ,
r will sell at public auction for coih at 2600 publication ; 1t911.7 14FREE
County Sheriff Office, I will offer for
Lloyd Rd.. Jockionvllle, and upon your failure to do so the party The reasons for the decision to not vironmental conditions oh bases other' C0l1Io.-o713
sale and sell to the bidder '
) lot of handle highest 9rca.h seeking service against you will apply to prepare such statements are as follows: than stated above will pot bet considered
one bags, consigned to in hand, the abov..d..crlbed ... .. .. .
: :' ,/";',.t'" ,,' ". Stuarts Plus, Brandon Fla, property the Court for the relief sought I. Project Is not, harmful to the environ- \ .by DCA No obf|,>clpn! received after -- --' -'
the the said Defendant
:.'\, h '.one lot of brossware. consigned toHelleg property This M' the Ulh day of June, 1988. merit, 'August 27, 1988. 'will)' be'1IC.>nider.'d by,
; : to satisfy sold Execution Sole will '
.: ,,)!) 'i" ,, Meyers. Brooksvllle,. Flat STEPHEN F. FRANKS 2Project calls for no Involuntary relocation 'CDA. ,
> : be subject to any existing liens. 514 Fifth Ave. WestP MARViN e. ROSIER, Mayor :: '
M (iJj} :' to satisfy freight and storage charges.
\ 'r < DOLPH E. REDDISH, ;3. Project calls for no forced acquisition City of lawtey '. :
r'iili; ) '1t(' under, the provisions of Section 4b( ) of 'SHERIFF OF BRADFORD :O Box 845 ; \
) ot land. P, CXOrawerGi .'
:, ; Uniform standard bill of lading :Hendersonville. N.C. EXPLORING
flhtlw.I WIt.,'" : ,;: Gator COUNTY. FLORIDA .. ((704) 697.6238 4. Project is not In a floodplain 'Lawfey: Fla, 32058 ,
>'i'<)t '; Pro 14-810915 dtd Freightwoys 4/1/8 Inc.Corrl.rPro .. (<' 4tchg 77.28Control ,'! ',' Attorney" for Plalntllf6Jd3tchg1114 (See Part 16a(3)( )( ).), ''I: Hchg VI4 ' GO'S WORD''
0755 An Environmental Review Record Control I 0766
:/ : 81257 dtd 4/26/8
> 14- ;? ,
7/7 7/14 I Control 0748 respecting the above project has been __ .. ... .. ..... .._. __ u._ HOME'
.> ,, : ;, 2tchg ______ made by the, above.named recipient STUDYThe )
": ',, : NOTICE OF PROPOSED "I I --tr' ;which' documents the environmentalreview STARKE Bible. Course B Wught lit your. .

,\. BANK MERGER NOTICE, OF INTENTION df the project and more fully... home free or charge,
<: forth the reasons why such Statement Is ;This Is d non-denomlnatlpnol study,
,.COUNTY co 'i II SOUTHERN BANK I FICTITIOUS NAME' ,not required. The Environmental ReviewRecord 422 N. ST. CLAIR < 964-5445 \bated only on when,thus Maim| tho1
Case No. 84 90-CA '
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA., has made application PURSUANT to Section 865 09" Florida Is on file at the above address word of Cyod.fAPOSTOLIC.
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK, ,' Statutes, notice is that the John,Spratltd., pastor ,
'to the Federal Deposit Insurance hereby given and Is available 'for public examinationand : ,
Plaintiff,.: Corporation. Washington, D.C.\ undersigned, Albert J. Rather Route 1. copying upon request at City Hall We Invite yo\I' to'xrt>>r hip,wdh/ us. TRUTH '

...' 20429, for Its written consent to merge Box 170' E? Starke. Florida 32091 ..01.own.r. between the hours Of 9:00: A M. and 4:00: .Attended'Nursel: ) ; 782-3303
BRADFORD BATTERIES INC.LDONALD with the MERCHANTS II' SOUTHERN doing business''under: the firmname '
P.M.' Sunday School 0-im, '
CHAMPION. SR." BANK OF CLAY COUNTY; KEYSTONE' of Ferns, Feathers and Flowers,), No further environmental review of Morning Worship ,'j.; -. .1 lam. ftav, EimnSelf \BticjhfTO ,
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Located off 100 S. toward Keystone,
FURNITURE 301 S. 964637Timb&1 ,
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.' 964-8278 964-7500_ exciting'The things are a collection that make of life many joyful little and "HWY 301 N'964446Tor$64-6531, )I" 864-N.- Temple ,964-7061

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phone call from home, these are, the .Sunday
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,', ',' & Generators Steve and Cindy Futch S Exodu,' Monuments 238 E. Washington St.

Starke 964 Auto Marina Cycle Batteries! 964-5274,
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Worship this'week ancf every week: Directors & : Office 4V Typing Service ,of All image, justice Company,'
Officers, Special/ rags t/hurch groups.
holiness born of
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Pale IA TELEGRAPH July 14, 19118 x

I Budget Study Work Sessions in Full Swing in Bradford I

Warning board members to come collections, was limited to 30 hours The board'' also told O'Neal to collection .centers. Instead the dirt and to get one test well out of the assessment for, their mobile home
with sharpened pencils., Chairman' per week but classified as a fulltlme make do with digging equipment at board suggested using a prison In- ,actual dump site. park. .
Lawrence Mosley set In motion employee and will receive benefits the landfill for the time being.'"We mate If a local; prison will provide, Deadline for appealing the assess
budget study work sessions this le.t: sick leave retirement andhealth can't budget $200,00 and spend one No Relief... ment Is long passed, commissionerssaid. I
week the first of which is set for Insurance" and social, security. $300,000," Chairman Mosley said. The board approved the purchaseof The board listened at length but .Plus the there little liklihood of
Wednesday night. July 13, with The board declined to hire another 15 acres adjacent to the landfill told James and Guy Lazzaro there a reduction in the $75 percent
others to follow shortly Ms. McNeal is paid by the county employee to be a relief: worker at The land is needed for additional fill can be no relief to their$1,200 special household for solid waste.

It was to be the County Commission's commission, and members thought; ... --... -a ..___._ c..'
first look at the proposed new she was working under Tax Collec
W million budget now almost $1.4 tor Esther Hall A check with Ms.
million out of balance with the new Hall revealed otherwise. A further r _I I1 _
requests added Clerk Gib Brown check with Finance Officer Esther -
reported.! Ellerson revealed Ms. McNeal has -11 P
'OK, boys,that means get a sharp been turning in between 30 and 40 x M ,
pencil,"'said Chairman Mosley,who hours, plus mileage, and has been -s
is retiring from office In January. paid between$240 and$260 per week. Ii ,n J r: sr -r
Mosley thinks maybe it'll be easierto Asked to check how much money
make budget cutting decisions his has been coming in (from, mobile -
last time around. home license fees, Ms. Ellerson
"What for, we can't cut.?" asked : .$12,870
Commissioner Joe Riddick, 1985'tedploslllOf384.; 15,128,
remembering last year what a dif '1986 . 11,213 '
,ficult time commissioners had trim 1987 . 31,895 I "
ming budget requests. Riddick said 1988,thru June. ,. 23,000 : :
the board better get ready to Increase A motion by Commissioner )Maxie ,
taxes. County millage is now Carter Jr. to work Ms McNeal 20 ,
7903. The county can raise'$600,000 hours per week and mileage, and to ,
in additional funds by going to,the make a log of her work schedule, I"
,10-mill cap.'You're and be accountable to Tax Collector ,',), \:, '
broke but you're not Hall seconded by CommissionerE.L. y ,
broke," said Clerk Brown when (Nook Norman, was defeated ,.
commissioners Inquired how bad these Commissioners ,Joe Riddick "
Is. Brown said he'd know more Wilbur\ Waters, and Lawrence ... ,
.!>out,the budget when he gets the Mosley opposing;
final amounts adjusted. A motion By Commissioner -- .' ',
"Can you give us a just a baflparka 'Waters seconded by CommissionerRiddick "'/:' >':i
%-figure' asked Chairman Mosley, to have Ms. McNeal work ::
pressing for more information.Brown 30 hours, enough to' classify her a. : "1 ';" ,,1'I ,1\: :"
then said he can come up lulltime and receive benefits,and be 'V', : VI '' ,
with $900,000 to $1 million In can accountable to Ms Hall passed 3-2, ," ;, ',
ryover funds 'with Commissoners' Mosley, Rid- \
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It: :
vVou've been very conservative in1 dick,and Waters defeating Commis- i ; ', ,
expenditures," Clerk Brown told the sioners Carter and Norman. I I? A nl ,.;;. ._ $Ii \', :,
,b ard. "If you didn't stay within the Ms. ,McNeal who earns $5, per I -< .,.. '" ,"I', (,, :
budget you would be.brgke: ," Brown hour, also asked for a salary increase '//f- '"" ,
.added. but all five board membersagrJ w .. .
Most county department heads in- ; in rejecting that request" It.. II '.'. : .. ,'
cluded a five percent salary increase this time, '
in their budget request,Clerk '
'Brown said,when asked by Commissioner -, On Waste Collection.., Dixie' Boy AIl-Star'Baseball Team.... ,

Maxie Carter. Brown said he'didn't Director O'Neal also got permission ;MemberS of the Dixie Boys All-Star baseball team for Starke are (1-r( ): back row, are: Head Coach Mike ChappeD,Dennis Crawford,and Emory } i.'ti:"
include a pay raise request(or from the commission to rent, Prevatt. ,
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his office!. rather than pay $4,000)) for one trash First row Larry Green,Jeremy Crawford Michael McKinney,Steven The Starke All-Stars lost 2-1 to Gainesville In a pitcher's dual in their' \ r\\: :\\1\(\'< ;n-: ;,-
"Where did this five percent come Container,used at collection centers, McLeod. opening game In Lake City Tuesday night. They were to play again ','1'', ', .: I
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from? the clerk said he asked the Second Lee Wednesday "' :
and to have the other repaired The row Chris Rodrlquei" Adam Cubbedge( Jason Don night against Mlddleburg. '\\1 "
department heads. rent will be$200 per month for three Kllgore. Each team had two hits Tuesday night. Gainesville won on two home (" ''
That engendered a lengthy discus- months Back row Chris Snow, Bebe Prevail, Kenneth Carlton. Coaches, in runs by the same player. ';' ,,
,sion of across-the-board versus
merit pay raises. Chairman Mosley
noted he's favored for years a
smaller across-the-board raise plusan
added bonus for deserving: ,
,workers. .
Clerk Brown said it would be good D WN
idea for the clerk to revise employeerules
I and regulations and update,
and improve job descriptions., '

3-2 for Benefits... ''SAL'EBRATrON'IIuLA

Part-time employee Diane
McNeal, who checks mobile homesto
see if licenses are renewed and
elps with the special assessmentsFinances 1988 '
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NO MONEY T Rangers;; Rangers '"

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',Retirement Pay... .7,300", ,. t;
Supt. Duncan also said he is work-,
.Jng on an increase in the number of Less $300 Rebate' I.4i
,days of unused sick leave for which a T
retiring employee will be paid. No Money \,
At present the rate is 50 percent "vO Down '"
Supt. Duncan is hoping to increase (j'
that amount to.75 or 80 percent of. the e
unused days.'Building .

Needs..., 1988 FORDTEMPO -
In addition to the$839,000 in FEFP ;1988 'RangerSUPERCAB' 1988Bronco
funds,the school system is slated to GL, '
receive $350,000 in building funds ', n 4x2Tilt ...
through Public Education Bond Pro- Air Cond., Speed Control.

gram lingo., called PECO funds in school Wheel. AM/FM Stereo w; : .' 't<" Sale

Supt. Duncan will also present his Cassette$928O ," $ : 5-spt.'edAJrAM/FMStereo
'recommendations for new construction "" l' .O' .'(99' 5 w/Casselte.V-6 Engine,Luggage
Monday night, 6 Cyl., .. Rack. D..luxeWh...,711rn. .
A special education complex,to be Air : .. 0' Premium Sound System Cloth
built on the grounds of a Starke Less $500. Rebate. &Deluxe Vinyl Seat Trim RWL. Ttre .,
Tulone PaintSale 1 595
elementary school Is' a desire of '
Supt. Duncan but probably out of ,After Rebate No Money Down! ?Priced at Only,
reach this year. It would take a 15 After Rebate
mill committment for about three
years and Supt. Duncan and the' '
School Board aren't sure they can. NO MONEY ,DOWN NO MONEY' DOWN
justify levying the 1.5 mills for that
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purpose at this time. (Editor's Note:;, 1988 Aerostar Wagon -""
It's an election year.) .Festival, Plus
Building needs to'be,''addressedthis Cloth Captains Chairs;Air Cond.,, .,
year include a new pressbox at [ Privacy Glass Rcar Window Washer, j --_ 2 Door:Cloth Ducket'Scats..
,the Bradford High football stadium, Wiper, RW Defrost.,.Auto.Trans.. Speed 4-Speed. Air. Conditioned --
,roofing problems at Hampton and .Control. Tilt Wheel XL;Trim [ ,
Brooker, elementary schools After $'
removal of asbestos (thought now to $13 104 Rebate :u, """' :, 6,4ft2: Rebate After
,be a nominal expense);and perhapssome .a
alarm system for' the ad-
ministrative ',systems. Vat, various
Vandalism has been an increasing
problem for local schools. Recentlyan _

Lawtey$1,850 alarm Elementary.system was installedat '83 'Ford Ranger'S Nissan 4x4 '86' Ford Escort '86,'Nlssan ,,20qSX 1984, Bronco II I'

,,20r.B/ue4-SpeedAC: / Wttlle.5-Sp.ed.AIC: ,; 4 Speed, Air yTutone'
Wide-Eyed Acceptance... 5 $p., AC, Roll Bar AM/FM Stereo AM/FM, Stereo, .. '

request Principals that was never not brought covered.up They any Only'+ $3,9,95 Only' 59.95 Only 4,995 ,only' r7.895 or>fy $5,995',

kept looking at each other,apparently
finding Supt,1 Duncan's '$7 Mazda;: 82000 '87 GMC4x4 "',86 Ford: LTD "'84 Lincoln 198 Chevrolet

statements of funding difficult' to ab- 5'Speed Air 21 'Choo a-OoorAuto. AIC, AM/FM Mark VIII Celebrity
sorb. rory'l. 4peed, AIC, Large Tires stereo Auto'Alr Stereo
For instance, when LE Principal fuliV L odect
Buddy Paterson asked if the Write to $6,695. $ $6,495 : '$'
Read Program can be continued to 'Only Only 1 0,695 'Or'v'' 'onlY 5.995 Only $5,495

the various second grade schools as well when as they installedat are t .1987 Aerostar 1984 '84 Chevrolet '84 ,Bronco II ,'79 Ford
; ready' Duncan replied, "You're Wagon '11 'vw Camper Celebrity Wgn 'XLS, Flareslde

covered. You're all right." '7 Post:,Auto,All Cond. Auto. AIr Air CQnditloned

1 guy Principal Turning is just Billy to hiscohorts fulT McRae of good said, Brooker, 'This news Only '1'1,495" 'one $7',495'. 'Only; $3'' 495 Only $'7',495'Only' $1 ,9951' '

"You're ,"" said
very generous
School Board Chairman Len Schlof- SUPER SAVINGS SALE
"Well, ...''Duncan began. V '
"I'm glad you've got the money,"

Schlofman interjected. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS V

964-7200 473-FORD
371-1O96 388FORDJacksonville

Starke Gainesville Keystone Hgts .

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German Printing Industry to Locate Plant in Enterprise Park .

Starke' Enterprise Park has attracted Development Corporation, KAMI in a wucuife sanctuary and next "We found what we wanted 'in'' ,Job opportunities for the citizens of got an industry from' a foreign*
a new Industry from across plans to open its sales and distribu- door to a residential area. Starke," he said, "And we have Bradford County. On behalf of alt country to locate there" he said,
the Atlantic Ocean' as KAMI, a tion operation in the U.S. in a lease The initial operation will be under been very delighted with the recep- the citizens 'and businesses that "It took a lot of hard work from a
household word In the European facility under construction by G.K. the supervision. of 'George R, tion that we have received.We particularly have contributed their time and lot of people in this area and they
printing industry for more than 25 Ely. KAMI plans to continue to Siebold who, I is the appreciate the' efforts of financial support to this new all deserve our thanks."
, years, announced today its decision 'manufacture their products 'in secretary/treasurer of KAMI USA the Bradford County Economic economic development effort I "I came here 18 months ago with
" to locate their first United their Nurenberg plant in Bavaria Sales, Inc., a soon to be Florida Development Corporation and the wish to extend on behalf of the corporation the purpose of helping create jobs
States operation in Bradford Coun- and import the products to the U.S corporation. The initial sales and Florida State Department of Com- our gratitude for 'your in this area. This new addition to
,fw until,such 'time 811 the market is distribution operation will employ merce in providing the assistance continued support." the industrial park is one step
" established, said McKeown. KAMI approximately five local citizens. necessary to make this important McKeown commented that a lot of toward that coal," he said.
,', KAMI currently holds 95 percent then plans to build a manufactur 'Once the manufacturing facility is move," 'People put in a lot of hard work.on
of the European market for pre- ing facility in the Enterprise Parkto built and established in EnterprisePark J.E. Tomlinson, President of the this project and notes that it is not The schedule has KAMI's arrival
" ..' "ess and graphic arts' products service the American market. it will employ 30 people or Bradford County Economic i easy to attract an industry to the as Imminent in fact; Siebold
,', :'1 ;' h ,are handled through.150 Products produced by KAMI are more. Development Corporation said, U.S. from abroad. "The fact that Reports that the initial sales of the
c" :.' ".: '" ,"',,1, >ic arts dealers throughout safe to handle and contain no' "We are delighted to have KAMI asa this industry was attracted to our company's products in the U.S.
.'. ,' .,' .upe, South ,America and poisonous substances, indicated Siebold commented that Starke new business neighbor in Bradford area was significant in itself. In my have already started. He said he
" :' Southeast Asia.According MeKeown. Neither do they pollutethe was selected after a search that In- County.We feel this is the first 13' years of -working with anticipates being able to begin
.to Chuck MeKeown of environment. Their current cluded New York, New Jersey, of many successes that we will Gainesville on attracting industry operations in Enterprise Parkin
the, Bradford County Economic plant in Bavaria is actually located North Carolina and Georgia. have, in providing a wider range o" to that area.I don't believe we ever' late August or,early September.

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'. 'Terwillegar' Motors Celebrates '30th Anniversary U-CAP Benefit'Tournament' '

July' 22-23 in Lake ButlerA

benefit Invitational Softball Tournament will be sponsored by
: Buster Rahn
by U-CAP (United Citizens Against Pollution),July 22-23 at the Lake
BCT Staff WriterTerwillegar Butler Recreation Complex on SR-121 two miles South at Lake
Motors, selling Ford '
cars and trucks In downtown Starkefor r
the past 30 years has plans to. : Proceeds from the tournament will be used to fund U-CAP's legal
stay another 30 years, and beyond. proceedings to halt the siting of a hazardous waste incinerator. in
,"' Father and song Clyde and Byron Union County on SR-121 just north of Ra.iford.! '
',' Terwillegar have expanded the 'This facility is being proposed to store, neutralize,and incinerate
.1 ', ."',' -t., Ford dealership in recent years, acquiring hazardous waste generated throughout the entire State of Florida, '
the old Dr.,W.E. Middleton amounting to an estimated 100,000 tons annually.
property on Madison St., across J4'r (
from the service department,the old This ASA-sanctioned open tournament will have an entry.fee of
Jimmy Moore Sun Sports building $100 and one Blue'Dot Ball. ASA Rosters required.
which once housed a competing auto .Tro hies'will; be for first second, and third place; team trophies'
.dealership, and most recently;; the ''with first place individuals.'and sportsmanship trophy (team). A K
old Koch's Drug Store building., Home Run Derby for $1 will be held with a trophy for the winner:
The Middleton filled and with Moore properI ",,' Deadline for entry'is Tuesday,July I 19, with'entry fee required' 'in
ties have been new cars
I : advance. Checks or money orders may be sent to: Buddy Revels
and trucks, offering a wide variety r.i? anaatrla
Rt. 2, Box.1034 Starke!, Fl. 32091.
of vehicles to the car buying public.
The Koch building is being -L- For additional Information call; Buddy Revels,'964-4263 after'7
: renovated for a new car showroom p.m.. or 737-4020, extension 3112, during work hours. Or Ken Par
i on Call Street,with space for six new' rish, 496-3629! after 7 p.m.; 476-3363 during work hours. .
cars,and consolidation of offices,all. h- Sally''Capps, U-CAP'president,;says'*'We need your support,-'s'
under one roof. Y come'play ball and help stop the haul of hazardous wastes, to our
The old Moore building is slated Terwillegar Ford Earns Award... area.' "
,. for demolition, to provide for a new
car and truck sales lot in the center Clyde Terwillegar, center;founder and chairman of, to select Ford dealers who have far surpassed the
', of town, Byron says. the board of Terwillegar Ford Motor of Starke, and levels of average accomplishment In the area's share'of
!: Terwillegar Motors has a unique Ray Thomas, general manager, receive a 1987 Industry, customer satisfaction, and profits.Bryon
location,with exposure to thousandsof Distinguished Service Award from Theresa Fischer, Terwillegar, company president says he understandshis ,
motorists passing on US-301 or Ford Motor Co. field manager.It company is one of four In the SE region to receive PHYSICAL THERAPYJerry
SR10Oeach day, and' the Ter- I. Ford Division's highest honor and Is given only the Distinguished Service "ward.I .
willegar are cognizant of the ad, ( Fisher P.T I
vantages in seeing the merchandise, at. 4
more especially, when showing the t BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000
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beautiful .line of Ford cars and & I ----I
trucks. .. .
Clyde and Byron,'a combination of
many years in automotive sales and \Vhile the Cat's i\W'ifY'
service, and the exuberance of I i'cuA I ,
youth, form a team of solid accomplishment
based, on proven
The. Will
Mice :
methods willing to take a chance on 1 Restaurant ( Play
the future. '
' It is Clyde who says, ''"We have "'Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine ,John sgone on

,been here 30 years. Byron,says, vacation. Kim &
"We'll be here 30 more." 1900.N Temple .'Starke.,Florida 32091 .
In looking to'the'' future, Byron '
says Terwillegar Motors sees a TO-RENA MOTEL. Heavy wOuld'rather,

market for medium and heavy duty For reservations. or take out ,or<).rt -; call: 964.7681 SALE than work..John
trucks and will move to fill the need. GOOD play
,Trucks larger than one ton have not
been routinely stocked by Starke 'CLOSED 'ON,MONDAY! THRU ,says have the Best
dealers, requiring purchasers of JULY 21
those units to go elsewhere. Byron Tuesday Friday Ever to make
looks forward to adding large trucks I "J
and over-the-road tractors to the i.Lunch: 11 p.rru til 2:30 p.m.Dinner. .them work. !
current line. 4:30 til 9:3O ., .
:.Both Clyde and Byron mentionedthat .TM
many of their long-time Saturday: 4:30 til 9:30 I
customers are looking for more luxurious Lunch 12 Noon tit 2:30 OffSweetFeed I
cars than those found in the Sunday: ;
Ford line and they are seeking the .Dinner: 4:30 til 9 p.m. tP 50 I ; : I
Lincoln-Mercury line of Ford cars to
'fill the need. Both Lincoln and Mer- H ; Y S'a'le
cury are formlble competition in !
i the world market for top-of-the-line I

,' perhaps two luxury lines cars.in will the If be plans 1989 available model materialize in year.Starke,the, B d IIQS3'': ><:':'i: ', I

-Some three years ago Terwillegar .
Motors was selected to participate in ,

,', see Terwillegar.. lion % I a 16% Hog I I '

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'100 ,Stock On Sale '

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4th 1 Shingled roof wood iioTng, plywood floor, delivery and .' _+-. Nuggets Y

rbpen et-np.. Fleetwood 1 yr. warranty and Extended Warranty 's'Factory' Wrangler Pro Rodeo I
All Colors in Stock! 40 Lb.

Direct Means, 'Wholesale. ,Prices only atl 00 $

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''((904)) '752-8627 All Sizes .Cowboy Household $3.95

Hwy 41 N (Between' HO & US Lake SHIRTS, Spray '
I 90)) City Florida: Get Rid of Fleas FAST:..

: $12'0 Cutter ray, $ ,

1988 4BR, 2BA, 24x70 Up. &,Repel.99'From

w/optlonal l 5 or 6. bedroom 9 For Cats. Dogs & Horses

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I Walker to Oppose HollingsworthSherry ',MORTGAGE I

'-"', '' 'BANKERS .
Walker, an attorney from main where-their.. roots originally there had been'an' office In this understands the reasons behind the ;
Jefferson County announced that began. area, a lot of questions might have decisions she makes when votingon
she Is in the race to stay for Florida .Walker says'that If she elected been answered on a more timely issues.""If the pros and cons of
state senate, district 5, the seat she plans to open an office In the' basis." the Issues are explained carefully ., [@J
currently held, by Wayne Holl- Bradford-Union-Baker area. "My Walker also notes that when askedif and completely then the people t 1
Ingsworth. .being in Monticello will make ft she would have Inhibitions about will 'understand why I voted the .
Walker comes from a fifth genera physically impossible to get into speaking before the senate due to way I did on the matter,"she says. LENDER
tion farming family In Waukeenah, this area myself as often as I would her age or sex that she often "The major weakness I see wIth'' Harold K.Days Loan Officer ,A sM OP''It06I'OIf OCJIIIW/
Fla, She graduated from Aucilla like. Having permanent office in replies that she can "push with the politics and government is that the'
this area will give people a place to best of them." She says that after legislators tend to forget who put BancBoston Mortgage Corporation
go where they can seek help or vent living with a difficult father for 27 them in office" she notes,, "I will
their frustrations," she said. years without being committed be there to do a job, not to' .LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS ;
Pointing to the current problem of she has learned to deal effectivelywith homestead. If I don't fairly represent
the citizens' protest over the pro difficult situations. the voice of the people, then I 817 NW 56th Terrace,Suite A,Gainesville; Florida 32607
posed hazardous waste treatment Walker states that one of her main trust them to get rid of me. I will be Local'Number 473-0.266
plant,she says, "That is a situation elected, will be to in prepared for every vote I cast to be Office
which probably got out of hand. If suretithat her constituency the last." FIIA VA Conventional Home Mortgages. Second Mortgages


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Sherry D, Walker

Senate Dist.. 5 Candidate //STORE HOURS

Christian Academy, attended the SI MONDAY SATURDAY BUY / 2" "
University ''of Tennessee and

attended'Florida State Thomas University Cooley and Law'School then 8 A.M. 10 P. M. ISSSZi a Tl ZED -

in Lansing, Mich. She has / SUNDAY WMtHXIK UTTUT"
been practicing law as a trial at-. : .

torney Walker since originally 1986. announced as a 8 A.M. 9 P.M. r'w.-.. e ,, ,...yowq,opw STARKE fMOmNO.Ctl rl -aWE ,..,,,I '
candidate in ,January 'and had akickoff 1

.450 According people in attended Jefferson to sources, County in where the SELL ONLY U.S. CHOICE AGED BEEF "

'Walker' campaign, she has .!I,.
repeatedly told crowds that ,she "
will ( \, i\
not accept political action con
tributions from big corporations of W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE .'" \j'
special interest groups. She has' BONELESS BOTTOM r- t HARVEST FRESH i"f' .;. ;,ij'
'stated that:her vote will not be for 4 $1
sale when she gets to Tallahassee.Her .

along billboards roadsides, which from Tallahassee are posted, ROUNDROAST $ 7 7: PEACHES 111'

through Starke,say that she stands 1 TM
b for Florida's future and'is', the

working,Walker person's says she friend.recently, invitedincumbent I, =ate LB.. At Winn-Dixie'You Pick, Your Own Produce! .

Hollingsworth to debate
her in Jefferson County, an offer '
according to> Walker he stated he' BONELESS BOTTOM 97;' BEEF CUBED $ 95 'WashingtonStafe, SPINACH 7 8 c ',
2 ,
$1 u
''would meet her 20 times in debate. .
',Walker immediately accepted his ROUND STEAK. ,. u. STEAK . . u CHORIES" ,.'
challenge to debate him. W-D BRAND SPECIAL HARVEST FRESHYELLOW '$'/00\ ,
.Walker says that if she is elected, = ONIONS, IA4 I
her'main priority will be quality'' 1 WHOLEHAMS !':'.> ::
'education. Walker says one of her 1 98" HARVEST FRESH $ 18 ? <:;'. ''W
priorities be to upgrade the 5-tII. | '. 'I'" \
vocational training"" system in IDAHO POTATOES ;
Florida. She notes that if a training i- :
alternative is not found for high 98 < f' 97 :i't; 't
.school drop outs then they will continue -, la f DELICATESSEN & BAKERY
to swell the ranks ,of the' la ,
unemployed and underemployed.She -
says that her concern over CENTER SLICES '$O98Ll SHANK HALFSMOKED ,.$1T ;"

''education goes' hand-in-hand with SMOKED HAM B& HAM. LI ::::"- FAMILY PACK I, ::i

her job concern market.regarding She points improvingthe to the FARMSTEADBONELESS :l"" w. FRIED CHICKEN C $ 9 :" ''"
example in her own area of a new' $199' Q i 6gI ,. ;
prison ''coming1' in, providing BONELESS HAMS Lt ,STYLE RIBS. . ..LII.:1: KrAM 4 UCt\MCI UQ .,
numerous new jobs to. the local USDA INSPECTED ((9 TO If LB.I.) WE FRY pELI'P DINNER .EACh iuua I'u
.area. However some local (linen uiu'
"residents who needed the jobs the .HICKORY HOUSE. .98 FRYER. 48C CHOLESTEROL: ,
because they were not educated W-D BRAND PORK USDA INSPECTED .K.. R "
.enough to be able to fill out the applications SHOULDERSMOKED 10 LB. PKG. or \ 'GOOD .

.....-o She says.she also wants to work r;; < p.FRYER' CREME PIES ;;J LOOKIN' ': '",', !':

hard to establish jobs so that the PICNICS; f.4 GOOD : ., :
: : .
I people in.rural counties will re- ,
-,;: ; $ 0 0 --; COOKIN' .< '.:

I 77 I P. LB. 68 < --2 roRLB. 5 \ "..

F'tor da'sl'New; Auto I'OELI FRESH" 1 .

Legislation' Explained FARMSTEAD W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE HAM or TURKEY '$227 '
QUESTION: Wnen do the new laws V :

'ANSWER tor auto insurance; The new take law ellect is palled the :od PORK CHOPS RUMP ROAST DELI. $997 :!,,1

:'Motor Vehicle ''Insurance ,Reform, TFZIMfv d/JJ,/
BOILED HAM, ; .. it iV
_,. .
Act of 1988. It was enacted to bring I .11- '
greater fairness.to to crackdown'on'uninsured the auto msuranee' -; $337'WD 4a.orci $197 'FRESH BAKED PPT JUMBO SEED.PLAIN., .
system KAISER
drivers and ,reduce the La ..La 6 99 C
'cost of some auto insurance I ROLLS ... . lOLLS
coverages, it wilt be. effective on tne BRAND US. CHOICE
October 1,I 1989! alt, OF UND or REFRESHING SAVINGS ,
''drivers will De required to carry IN \ :
$10,000> property damage liability in1 / ; SIRLOIN. ALL VARIETIES ", '.
"addition to the already-mandated .
personat InJury Protection (PIP 'l'.. ''''"'l PEPSI COLA
coverage This new requirement is $287CUT '$227 : :ORANGE JUICE
designed to make a motorist wno is '.'.
at fault in an accident, pay for,the;' (' LL.. LBVWD I l EP51 2 BTL LTR. 99 ,
damages they cause J i
-Ettective July, 1, 1988, fees to BONELESS '$ 95 $ 97 89 . reinstate 'a driver's license after 2 3 II'
revocation for. driving,Without re- LONDON BROIL u SIRLOIN STEAK iI SIZE. 4P.' ALL VARIETIES
quired insurance coverage'will Increase WD BRAND U.S CHOICE BEEF W-D BRAND REGULAR --' CHEK DRINKS
from Its to $150 tor the first BONELESS TOP BOLOGNA or '
otiense, to $250: for the second and ; $397 Ih.. 99c FARMERS CHOICE
FRANKS.. 2 $100i
SIRLOIN STEAK ,. u r' 'I 11( *
$500 for the third and all subsequent. SHOESTRING POTATOES 2LTR.. 68
ottenses.As WO BRAND US.CHOICE BEEF' ,BO.ill
of Apnl I, 1989, eaCh insurance T.BONE $ 97EVERYDAY W-D BRAND $989 THRIFTY MAID '
company must report new policies COOKED HAM II:: 85
renewals cancellations or non- STEAK ;'. . L. '" : CORN ON COB. m,, LIGHT or CLASSIC DARK

renewals to the Dept. of Highway "THE BUNS ALL VARIETIES MICHELOB BEER
Safety and Motor Vehicles witmn 30 1 LOW PRICED 1 MADISON I HOUSE Q $100 -
days of the effective dates of new HAMBURGER LOVES"DIXIE .
POT PIES ,O 't!flit ;; 6MK .
policies and within 45 days of POliCY'' ,J I 12 01.NUBS. $316. "
renewals,, cancellations or. non- DARLINGHAMBURGER ALL VARIETIES' I
renewals This will enable the stateto 'VINNIE'SPIZZAS : -. .
do a better job of enforcing man- 20% OFF '" '
datory insurance laws. CHOT DOG MATILDABAY'1DiiY1
.-Beginning October 1, 1988, the new T i WINE COOLER

law makes to it solicit unlawful, any for business any attorney EPA 77 4 PAX

sons dent'relating injured for to the the in representation purpose a motor vehicle of filing of accI-per a H :iyAlL'I'I I 2"L 8. 9 I I. 2' fOR $1. 12 01III* $2"

lawswt or a claim tor PIP benefits
Attorneys who violate this provision
are'subject, to the. penalties of a ,

new Also third-degree law effective creates felony.October the Motor I. 1988.Vehicle the Fresh: Product? tuw1utiiLu
member Insurance committee Task Force.will This examine seven- : ,_ ;.,

the affordability and availability of .
auto insuranceas, well as other auto ,
r. insurance issues. The fas Force .. ',1 r
recommendat-ons are due to the
:. Legislature on or before April ,1,




Hunan' ,Restaurant' Commerce Secretary.

"'800 Temple Avenue'' Starke ,
General Yard Work' Done To Visit B-U Area
Open 7 Days A Week

I 964-6601 I Lunch Buffet 11:30 2:30: MowingAll
Florida Secretary of Commerce meet with Secretary Bush at 11
Sun. Friday Jeb Bush will visit Bradford countyon ,a.m. at the KOA Kampground
You & Edging Thursday.July 14. meeting room.All businesses in the
$3.85 Bush will 'arrive at Enterprise ,community are welcome to par
Park and receive a tour and briefing I ticipate.
Can Eat 1 Call for Free Estimate
-_ on the Park and the develop Secretary Bush will then
Dinner ment of Sunshine Industries and the Starke/Bradford County
Everyday Specials 496-3459 the KAMI project. This will be Chamber of Commerce Board of
3 p.m till 0 p.m. e followed by a tour of the Call Street Governors before darting for
Redevelopment Project. Lake Butler at 12:30 pVn. where he .,
"Cal -Outs Available" After 5 P.M. Business community leaders will will be welcomed in a luncheon set

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'About Bush....

; :';;:'): ;,;" FROM THE CHEESE SHOP Florida Bush Jan.became Department 19, 1987,secretary after of his Commerceon appoint-of the

,}; ment by Florida Governor Bob
'.j I':,)'.' O" 10 00'0 PREPARED. WITH ALL NATURAL I '"" Martinez.
, >.iN.!,". Everyday INGREDIENTS INCLUDES 3 HEATS, Before joining the Department of
,t:." 1 1\. ; \ ', PEPPERS,ONIONS MUSHROOMS Commerce, Bush was president of
. CHEESE SHOP Bush Realty Inc., IntrAmerica Investments '
Inc.,.and Intramerica
" PIZZAS' Real Estate Management Inc., ail,
'Low Prices theDELUXE ,of Miami I.sHe '
gives you previously served from May
1979 to December 1980 as executive''
2 ,5 assistant to George Bush in the,
Bush for President Campaign..
', From November 1977 to May 1979,

r Lowest" ; Food Bill Possible!' Bush representative was assistant of vicepresidentand Texas Commerce -

PEPPER JACK ,$349 Bank "in Caracas

r. From August 1974 until beginninghis

ck n.ES? i Ala,"T? MUFFIN MIX Iii' TOMATO SOUP FLORAL SHOPPE ,he Texas working held Commerce as various a loan Bank positions officer in Houston in with the,

4 ...$269 ; 1.5-01.' '1 0 e.. I l If Tomato: I 111-or. 19 1 LONG ARRANGED STEM and the bank's chairman as administrative Latin of American the board.assistant Division to

,.'"., .........._ ,pol, BOX sovr.. CAN ROSES Bush graduated magna cum laudein
,.' 1974, from the University of
; --2" .a Texas at 'Austin, earning a
or or
i $ bachelor of arts degree in Latin
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IODIZED 1 1 1 I' o Egs $100 SFCC Starke, Center
SALT C .s"
26 OL &o E i 32 JAR OL md 'Santa Looks,Fe To Community Record Term College

SIZEMR. worldwideKRAFT ,Starke Center'has announced the
MR. BIGNAPKINS Wir 1988 Fall Semester schedule which
BIG MR. BIGTOWELS -' offers a total of 43 classes: ,including
= BATH TISSUE -= ...._ 24 daytime and 19 evening classes.
rBi Dr. Bernie McFadden, Starke
Center Coordinator,looks forward to
iJf1l'min: a record enrollment with a wide
$158 $158] Ig$133 :variety of offerings for the, Fall
6 PAR 3 PAl( ; ; Term.
PKG. PKG .. p In addition to basic classes 'in
Math, English, Science, History,
\ FOUNTAIN'FRESH 'Social Sciences and Humanities,the,
KITTY PLEASE '$149 DEEP SOUTH ,$ 19 $. -149 Fall Schedule' includes Intro to
CAT LITTER .' I / KOSHER DILLS o''<6 V I MAYONNAISE ,. .', a 1. REFILLSKAl Business General Psychology,
American Government Spanish
KAN Q $100 .GATORADE $119 PRICE BREAKER 9Acf, First Aid, Major' Religions and

DOG FOOD .. .OMJir. ""THIRST QUENCHER 'ti:: .I 'APPLE JUICE ". ,.,'BTL;',u 3. $ I 00 Business,Three computer Law. classes, Intro_ to
ALL VARIETIES QTU Computers, Basic and Software Ap- ,
RODDENBERY' PRINGLES 'c $127 BETTY CROCKER 3 $100 plications will be offered in the com-

KOSHER DILLS ,'. .' "r $128' POTATO CHIPS l&. POTATO BUDS ',;;: IEVERYDAY ._. I puter will Lab greatly'where improve upgraded the Lab'shardware. IBMPC's 1
Flavors-Diets are
!"1 toe Off 29 ,
PALMOLIVELIQUID ,A Nursing Assistant Program
SOUTHERN BISCUIT. IN THE DAIRY __ taught by Millie. Hitchcock is also on

f FLOUR_ SUPERBRAND the agenda.An ever increasing number"of
8' u ,local students are completing their J
i : STICK CHEESE A.A.degree here at the local Branchof
: 89' SFCC which opened in the
f' ,FLOUR' SIB. 78 26iL. renovated courthouse in the Fall of
=:' BAG' -- 1985. "
.. 99 e Registration I for the Fall 1988
; i-oz Term begins August 2 and will be
LOW PRICE FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY : SIZE held dally from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. '
registration will
A special evening
r ..
be held Thursday,August 4 from to8pm.
contra GEL -SIGNALMOUTHWASH BUTTER ME NOTS 7 & For further' information 'call

e WINN' -
.2'4 '32 $224 --
e $
Bradford Community
'4L' B1L CHOC CHARM 'GAL.99c ".,
,TUBE, DRINK,. . . Players Auditions
Set for July
ALL VARIETIES GlrEPWS ., $-134 PHARMACYTRAINED 'The Bradford Community Playerswill
i I auditions ,for the
SHAMPOO CURAD ., MARGARINE TRAINED PROFESSIONALS Saturday Broadway, July musicalOliver"23 at the Bradford on

II BANDAGES. . e'' 11c WORKING TOGETHER FOR .High School chorus room from 14p
00 BETTER HEALTH CARE .m. They will be casting parts for T
WITH LABEL RCOULAH or ROLL-CM $1 nine men,seven women and approx-
$22 31-ll. e
LADY SPEEDSTICK $ 28 Doctor.ndph.rm.clst..nunbe.tab
12 ot | disease., imately ten children ranging ages
SUE DEODORANT . JiT I ., ..duo"I' r winning.' ...,.' the a..de fight....,Y__M from eight to fourteen years.' the.
iph in
._. Interested
101 rW Anyone
1'WI I:. ..all'w.I .T..t..O.I.10t a..let R... ''fun as actors, singer or In helping I
; :=::.:=::.... behind the scenes: Is cordially invited, :
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-' ...... to attend. For further tnformaUon
The Checkout I I"f' : __ please contact Laura Contl 964198
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I Starke Man "Charged
w Yen \ tiq

With Burnlng"Home : ::,':, ;.\:,:

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A Starke man has been'' charged quarter of a million dollars, was '
with first degree ,arson after his completely envolved In flames when. '
former residence on $R-16 east of fire units arrived at the scene before 'I,-
Starke burned early Wednesday e a.m' July 13. according to Sheriff ,
mornina. Reddish. The home had been unoccupied : '
for over a week and was empty { ," :;.,'
of furniture, said Reddish The "

The owner of the home, SheldonIra unique two story structure which
surrounded by porches, was "
found at his was ,
x al'" Safer, 41, was :
built of cypress with oak flooring
residence on Church Street by house '
deputies 'shortly after ,they' were 'throughout. The six-year-old
notified of the fire,' according to was part of a divorce settlement and
be auctioned said Red-
to ,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish At that warms
the motor of his car was found to be l
warm and he was interview said,
Reddish. Apparently the investigation Fire units responding wereHeUbroon
revealed Safer's involvement in i Springs Lswtey LawteyCorrectional

,,the fire as he was arrested on the Kingslejr Lake '
'charge of arson. Tanker I, QR-10 volunteer units andThs (
The cypress homed valued at a Florida Forestry Commission ,'
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Firefighters watch as deliberately set blaze consumes Safer home on SR-16 early Wednesday E"'EE :: ...
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1 &. Man Charged with Attempted '\'

) first commercial Jet airliner was the Comet I Iin 1952.

41-year-old former Bradford 30-30( rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun in confronted his wife who called the returning to Bradford County'was to ,
County man has been charged with his vehicle, ,according to In- sheriffs office. kill Bridges who had ruined his marriage '
attempting to commit murder and vestigator David Aderholt. Murray The murder plan apparently stem-, and family, according to In- Residential Commercial
spouse battery ,by I; the sheriff's allegedly made several telephone med from a domestic dispute. Murray vestigator Aderholt. '
department. calls from Georgia to his wife, Linda and his wife are In the process of LAWNSPRINKLER ".
both at her home and her place of getting a divorce, said Aderholt. Murray remains in the county jail
Richard Duane Murray of Nichols, employment, threatening to kill under a $50,000 bond for attempted
: 'Georgia was arrested July 7 after he Joseph W. Bridges, Said Aderholt.He When apprehended Murray murder and $2,000, bond for the SYSTEMSFully
'was found in possession of a loaded then drove to Starke where he allegedly said his sole mission ,in spouse battery charge. '
1 utomnH't-For a healthier Lawn

. Three Starke Residents Face, Drug Charges Adams Irrigation

-.. -... Mike Adams '
Starke police officers seized Jordan was charged with sale of a permission to search Jordan's possession of cannabis and cocaine, Installation & Repair' ",;{
almost ten pounds of marijuana and controlled substance and possession residence or) Weldon Street, where said Hodges.A vehicle was also seized Free Estimates 473-3150", "
various drug paraphernalia and arrested of a firearm during the commissionof they said they found drug paraphernalia after a small amount of drug was '';" ",,:'" :

three people in connectionwith a felony,said Hodges.Jordan was including'five scales, about found in it, according to Lt. Hodges. ,(" ",r',,,',''',",, 'I"
ten and strainers. A small Assisting in the investigation was '!
an undercover drug buy July 7 carrying a .44 caliber Magnum at pipes ,
of and Florida Department of Law Enforcement ::1/:)/ ':1di:: \:
Officers posing as drug buyers arranged the time of the sale and police later amount coqaine marijuanawas ;
to meet a man at the Econo found a 12.gauge shotgun in his car also found, Said Hodges. Agent Paul Fuentez, In- '
Lodge on US-301 'north in Starke.. trunk according to U. Hodges. Thevehicfe Two other i-esidents of the Weldon vestigator Michael McClain and (4
When the man sold them the 9.85 was also seized after a small St. address also arrested were Tara Patrolman Gordan Smith.
pounds of marijuana, the officers arrested '' amount of drugs was found by of-, Dawn Murray, 24; ;charged with Murray, .Geer, and Jordan were
u Ray Christopher 'Jordan, 30,. ficers. possession of drug (paraphernaliaand later released on their own "l
according to Lt..John Hodges..' After,the arrest officers obtained Aubry Geer,'27, charged with ',recognizance after bond was set, DoubleOffety:

i No Prison: Cases 'Received,, by SA, :in, ,MayThe (",,/

Bradford Office of State At Albert Franklin Young, Jr. charged of investigating agency. Chris. Douglas Robinson
torney Eugene Whitworth received with burglary, grand theft, bat ,Willie C. Jenkins charged with Jan. 9, 1986 for grand theft; pled
individual cases and/or tery; insufficient evidence as to this burglary of occupied dwelling," guilty placed on five years proba- : ,,
,defendent. criminal mischief; transferred to tion: April 20, 1987 arrested on VOP
defendants for
felony prosecution warrant placed on probation for remainder hLi '
during the month of May,accordingto Hutson Green Garrison charged misdemeanor divison. ; pj-p ( .
with ,of five : Nov 24 arrested -
Investigator Wiley Clark. with burglary,grand theft,batttery; James E. Rochelle charged years '
insufficient evidence as to this aggravated assault; dismissed, vic- VOP; pled no contest placedon
None, of the cases were prison control 24 months, i
community ,
related.'t.q. defendent. tim does not wish to prosecute. ,
Information was filed on 19 prior Roger Lee Johnson arrested Nurnell Williams arrested Oct. 22 take tour of prison, same, conditions '\
'eases and the office declined to prosecute =, March: 9 for aggravated assault; for battery of law enforcement officer as beLeeTyler J "' : !
arrested June
dismissed l intervention resisting an officer with '. .. 5' (. '.: '
completed pretrial, :
Three were' '
eight cases. cases !, violence transferred to' misde- 14, 1986 for,possession! .of.cocaine; ;: ; '4' ,
'no jury program iWUlie ;: '
J: dismissed. 'There were "
; paraphernalia
possession of drug ; "
office conducted four Lee Davis arrested April 8 meanor division.
trials. The'
arrested guilty,placd on four years probation
Mack pled
for aggravated battery, criminal Brenda
Baker Act hearings,and filed two ,
of law enforce- must pay $1,000 attorney
mischief criminal system. -Oct. 22 battery
felony appeals.No taken clean-up;,(unavailability of defen- ment officer, resisting officer with fees:'arrested May 9, 1987 for VOP,, w i.I .
judicial action was ont control follow- ___ -
and witnesses of time, 'violence transferred to misde- placed on community T
five cases and two violation of pro dant lapse ; arrested r
ed two probation:
division.James by years
lack of identification of defendantand meanor
filed. Ten of guilty
bations pleas
were other dispositions). Warren Paulk arrested Apru 8 for VOP pled no contest,
Fifty were misdemeanor accepted. cases were filed Fillippi Lamonica charged with Nov. 20, 1984 for burning to defraud sentenced to 24 months Departmentof Makeup

and eleven prior cases were grand theft; defendant moved, to insurer, false and fraudulent In- Corrections. arrested I
said another state, facts of the case do surance claim; pled guilty, placedon Timothy Henry Byers
dismissed the office in May,
by attorney Jan. 16 for arson (six counts); pled I
,three probation,
not warrant extradition. years pay
Clark. The office declined to prosecute -
Luther Dalton Henderson charged feet arrested Oct. ,11 for guilty sentenced to 3Vi years DOC Lesson I I.I I.
24 cases:There were two non- II ,
five probation
assault victim VOP pled guilty, continued on probation followed by years "
aggravated ; ;
jury trials and 33 guilty pleas were make restitution and continue with 1 II
accepted. does not wish to prosecute. : arrested March 4 on VOP; I I Four beauty essentials(rte with any :

Seven petitions' were, filed in Edward Bradley Peacock arrested dismissed. mental health treatment I We have a great new look for your 1 Merle Norman purchase o f$13.50 I. '
juvenile court. The state attorney March 13 for aggravated and nails. or more.. The Beauty in You gift
cheeks 1
dismissed one Juvenile petition and assault; victim does not wish to prosecute TTr I eyes 1 skin
includes -wfteningMoistureI
,four received nonjudicial action. lacks prosecutive merit. irir A c ring accomplished 1 II
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: obtaining by trick/fraud; facts the colors which are perfect for your 1 1Walteu CreamyFlo-maticMas. 1 "
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The state attorney'declined hair and the life lead. cant and Satin \'
skin, you
HRS five Rickie Robert Tyson charged with I '1 II ..
'recomendation by on petitions Limited time only. One customer
IA ltd
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battery dismissed, victim It's simple. fun your
'aggravated ;
.One juvenile was certified to _,I
redeem gift
this in to your 1 .
,adult court does not wish to prosecute. I fact. come true 1 Bring /
The following cases received final Marshall Thompson arrested Jan. 1 ,;
disposition during the month of May, 22 for aggravated assault; transferred SAKE I mERLE noRmniT STUDIO
division. FOR QUALITY'S
to misdemeanor
Henry' 'Gros arrested Jan. 8 for I 118 South Thompson St.WE : ':
'throwing a deadly missile at an occupied Gene Todd arrested March 3 for, CALL SAIK CONSTRUCTION )
vehicle; pled no contest to at-' opposing an officer'with violence; L Starke_ 9647355
tempting to throw deadly missile,, transferred to misdemeanor divi' __ __ "
placed on two years probation, sion. ",f
ordered to:make restitution con- Juanita Bradley charged 'with Screen Porches Enclosures SERVICE: STARKE MIDDLEBURO HAMPTONGAUNTRY
struct or erect no structure on road. burglary petit theft; transferred to Patio Covers Vinyl & Gloss Windows I
Edward Cecil Harvey arrested misdemeanor division. with''burglary w e. Carports Concrete & Wood Decks' \
Sept 30 for manufacturing cannabis -' Betty Covington charged *. .
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to ,
possession of more than 20 theft;;
grams of cannabis; pled no contestto misdemeanor division. Senior Citizens Discount Financing Available
manufacturing cannabis, placedon Edward Aldridge arrested Jan. 15 Salk Construction Co. 2800 NW 74th PI. Gainesville t
three years probation, ordered to for possession and delivery of con- Serving North Central Florida Since \1975 '
pay court ,costs ,, and investigativecosts. trolled substance; case dismissed, LCCIJ-C010I66 I ARPETS '
e' :
., state attorney unwilling to pursue .. MEMBER ALUM. ASSOC. OF FLA
Inmate Robert Krebbs was the case. : STEVE,MAYER MANAGER
transferred by order persuant to In- Del Ray Covington charged with FREE SHOP AT HOME SERVICE/6 DAYS'A WEE )

terstate compact. aggravated assault dismissed, 2s.seiba tiw ue ottai{. r nIl ./your h wtN ampler l m0 arv
Gwen ,Yvonne Cox, arrested Nov. witness failed to appear. for;: '

firearm 16, '1987; case for transferred carrying concealed to misde- testimony.Samuel L. Pittman. .arrested June :TULLE/: FINANCING PLAN to suit anyone's needs!!!

meanor division., 9,1986 for welfare fraud;pled guilty, Center 90 Days Same As Cash Revolving Credit Accts, ",
Sheldon Ira Safer arrested March placed on three years probation, Chiropractic VISA MASTERCARD DISCOVER '
12 for dealing in stolen property;. ordered to make restitution. Keystone Heights Office S
case dismissed at request. of investigating Mary Ann Blocker arrested March
: 3 for welfare fraud pled guilty, 260B. S. Lawrence Blvd. 282' 3736 964 ,61O8
,Truman Columbus Strong are placed on three years probation' : 282,,2O86MhUMmrg 964: .6154 l
rested Oct."'12 for, possession, sale make restitution. .iil ,
of controlled Walter Jordon Padleford arrestedJan. .
and delivery 1eM.' n,Bhd. 1644 South WllnutSLM /
.3 for possession of cocaine;pled Htoy 21 .
substance; pled guilty, placed on r 301-Southurk
three years probaton must submitto guilty placed on three years probation t'NJURIES'' """ *.nortd* Getup to$5000
substance abuse testing, pay all submit to drug testing and PAIN CONTROL 'instanteredithere.
fees and costs.' ordered to follow recommendation.Elbert w.a ared
Mark. Steven Doss arrested Edward Murray arrested Headaches es.r..
August 4, ,1986 for burglary, petit April 26 for dealing in stolen property I Neck & Arm .p...t
theft; Dec. 22,1986 pled guilty, planed ; transferred to misdemeanor Mid Back' .A..AeNw 1I 3',
on probation five'years, make division. Low Back & Log C_' '
restitution, eight hours community Thomas Theodore Bresee arrested, ':r ak'DR.
service each month for ten months; March,9 for ,aggravated assault; ,wn aa
arrested March 16, 1988 for violationof dismissed' case lacks'prosecutive' RICHARD C.TULLER a ,(MIm f
probation'(VOP): pled no contest, merit. n D- "
continued on'probation:; ,abstain: Allen David Wllkerson arrested : knr
from alcohol. March '9 for aggravated battery, t' '" CHIROPRACTICCARE I' "4pI' I

Inmate Glenn :Flgard was carrying concealed weapon .' .
transferred pursuant to Interstate dismissed, lacks pro ecutive merit.' WHEN YOU,, M ..
Compact handled by state attorney. Charles Henderson arrested Jan. Q )
enforcement officer NEED IT-24 HOURS AL8O! Dadonlnln. _a.Hln.- --.-
of law
Anthony Martin, Jr.arrested Feb. 15 for battery ClIp.w'- ..... -. '- 'WOODPAEQUEIHHODFLOOfty
15 for aggravated battery; dismissed. ,resulting officer with violence; r I F__brinaa.PUUIM.....Uk Omw.__ ...=
unable to locate: ,victim, pled no contest, placed on two years I'' Ix.ndM.CrxCKteta.CMt.rfand.rrullCOT r.ne.n,., ./6Yene. :| .-hglIM Jn.t I '
Lisa Marie Lutz arrested March 31, probation, make restitution ($101). WEEk'Office e o.a.wo. MceYe,reoeLr. err_rr trawl '
k r; for manufacturing cannablsF ,consolidated David Lee Bird charged 'with $CERAMIC
: with another case., ,grand theft; dismissed at a request Hours:

t t Mon-Frf 850-6:00: p.m. Sat. by Appointment KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MACCLENNY FEKNAMDINA .

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', ,1.r.'.,,;. : 'Two Starke Businesses stolen property, according to Deputy John Paul Robln.ont 28, of Four calls were 'cancelled and
Burglarized TuesdayTwo Eugene Lee Bond was set at $2,000 Gainesville was arrested 8 for three were false alarm. .
total.. ,DWLS, according to Patrolman Gordon ., ,
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Starke businesses were found'' Smith. He was released after a i 1'\,: :.:. '.,"t'11 ,,;," ..\, .
burglarized Tuesday morning ( Larry Franklin BoddIe, 38,' of $210 bond ,. .. '''\1\\' 1
July surety was posted. 'i .7i
I., Dial 911Emergency,; ): ,\:}," <"' j j: DM"V1pcm f0f Our finest fasHionsSpnaJIfie
I 12),with an undetermined amount of Keystone Heights was arrested July \. ." ./, / ,(',.1 ', '_fr"
,. money taken .from one of the 10 for disorderly Intoxication according Susan Martin Jones of Lawtey was "," ,,I'' ".11 : Jor7', ,.. .
businesses. to Deputy KingBoddie was arrested July 11 for driving under influence FlIP
Entry Into both businesses wasgained charged with causing a disturbanceat : (DUI) and DWLS according Troopers ,,
by breaking a window according the Thomas Circle Apartment to Trooper Phillip Krazewmki. She Continue License,
to Starke Police. 'complex. Bond was set at $101.25, ,he was released after a $572.50 surety Vehicle Inspections
l At 6:50: a.m. the front north whv was released on his own bond was posted. '
dow was found broken at Law's recognizance. Bradford County '

Tavern on Madison St. The safe bad Keith Leroy Jones, 28, of Starke The Florida Highway r atro! will a.d
been busted with several bank bags Richard E. 'Blanton, 2}, was arrested was arrested July 9 for DWLS, aC- be conducting driver license and
missing which contained cash, according July 7 for manufacturing can- cording to Patrolman Thrift. Bond vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
to Major H. F. Wiggins.Also nabis, according to Deputy King. was set at $210, he was released onhis the week of July 15 through July
missing was a bag containing a gold Bond was set at $2,000, he was own recognizance. 21 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, .
ring and necklace and a watch,.said released on his own recognizance. SR-16,' CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B.
Wiggins. Henry Wayne Hart, 24, of CR-225, CR.I25..t.....CR-229, CR-231 ; c :. ;
A short time later at Kentucky Sandra Idella McCloud, 25,was arrested Keystone Heights was arrested July CR-227t CR-221, i,; -230 and CR-100A \
Fried Chicken on US-301 north July 7 for battery on a law enforcement 11 for DUI, possession of cocaine,according -, in Bradford County.Recognizing Sass
employees discovered the plate officer and resisting arrest to Patrolman Thrift. Hart the danger presented
glass window on the south side of the with violence according\ LL was stopped when his vehicle was to the public by defective vehicle
building had been broken. A large John Hodges. Bond was set at$3,000, observed weaving on Old Lawtey equipment Troopers will concentrate &
rock apparently thrown with such McCloud was remanded to the Road, cocaine was found in the vehi- their efforts on vehicles being
I force as to send glass all the way custody of the Bradford County Jail. cle. Bond was set at $2,000, he was operated with defects such as bad NEW
across the room was found. An attempt released... on his own recognizance brakes, worn tires and defective i iN 1NEwsNE
. "". to gain entry into the safe at Sammie Thompson 18, of Starke .lighting equipment. In addition, attention -
the restaurant was unsuccessful, was arrested July 11 for retail theft, will be directed to drivers Ewsiv.
said Wiggins. according to LL Hodges. Thompsonwas Bradford County who would violate the driver license .
" C Fingerprints were taken at both allegedly seen putting several laws of Florida. w8] Ews
businesses and a suspect is being items in his pants by the manager at Rescue Answers The Patrol has found these check
developed as the investigation continues TG&Y. He was released after $210 100 Calls In June points to be an effective means of en- Ncws..b5oan
; said Major Wiggins. surety bond was posted. forcing the equipment and driver fashions
Bradford County Emergency license laws of Florida while insuring s
KH Man Charged Samuel Bennett of Gainesville was Medical Services Rescue respondedto the protection: of all motorists. Th* Finest In Ladles Fathlon
arrested July 8 on an order of arrest a total of 100 calls/or/runs during
' In Ccr-Op TheftA for failure to pay child support, ac- the month of -June, according to Union County Is having a Super Summer Sale

Keystone Heights man is charged cording to Deputy King. Bennett Is Supervisor Cliff Chapman. The Florida Highway Patrol will July 7 through July 16
with grand theft following a six in arrears $6,813.67, he was sentenced transports requiredthe be conducting driver license and
week Internal investigation by Clay to serve five months 29 days In the transporting calls of 71 patients. vehicle Inspection checkpoints during Stark Plaza Visa. Mastercard

Electric Cooperative.Stephen county Jail.Robyn 'Thirty-three transporting.The back-up required unit made no the week of July 15 through July %4-7651 Lay-A-Woyt Welcome
Allen Thomas, 36, former 21 on SR-100, SR.121SR-23ISR-24J.;
Starke resident, was arrested July 1 Lyons Herres, 22, was ar- runs and one patient was SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR229.
and with second rested July 7 for making harrassing transported by Trauma I to Univerisity CR-125 CR-231A
charged degree ,' CR-24A and CR. '
Hospital in Jacksonville. Two [
grand theft, according to Lt. Tim telephone calls, according to patients taken 796A in Union County Cunningham'sBarBQ
were by ShandsCair
Patrolman Danny Thrift Bond was
Martin. He was later released on his
to Gainesville.The .
own recognizance. set at$1,000, she was released on her
' own recognizance, majority of the patients, 44,
An of Electric
employee Clay ; until taken .
were to Bradford ,
'June 7 when he was suspended Andrew. Starr Pugsley. 30, of Five Hospital.
patients were taken to Shands
, and later fired. Thomas in Raiford arrested 8 for littering
was was July HOSpital Alachua We
13 to
: \\'j";'i .' charge of the purchase of aa24-m according to Patrolman Hospital and three to North Florida BuySpansft Ribs 'N Chicken
Ih, ,: and accessories during Thrift. He was released after a
i ';;i \ Regional Hospital,all in Gainesville.One I
frfbss: 'Best in
' ;':'v",: period. $100.75 surety bond was posted. patient was taken to Orange Town"
'I\\II/\'.' As was company policy, Thomas
\!, would purchase auto parts and accessories John Valentine Pugsley, 32, of Park Fraser Humana Hospital and one to I am interested in, I
Hospital Macclenny. 964-4744
$1 ')by.. ; ; .'. ,", for employees through Starke was arrested July 8 for fleeing Illness related calls topped the list ,opening a buying point I

Clay Electric attempting to elude,according to of emergencies with 27 people in or' around Lake Butler 527 -' Hwy 16. Starke '
would ,then pay Thomas for the Patrolman Thrift. He was released
" ," ' needing attention. Cardiac
\ items. after bond patientswere area.:: Call'Jessie Allen _
\ a was posted.
:'IIJ\\: V/' surety the next highest need, with 15 '
"Qli;( d il.?t!1",,\tti(\.- Thomas is charged with allegedly patients requiring Rescue. 7 l atr"M -
; >::H""I i,:?:' 'pocketing the money and charging Traffic Fifteen calls were to people in '-904r64: : =5601
,\\.Ii.//"" ,<\,:," the items to Clay Electlrc inventory Walter'' Lee'Tucker; 19, was arrested trauma and another four runs / ,
\\j,a: '.,,f\.,....::,.;:' Lt. Martin said documents were July 7 for driving while to people in trauma resulting from' After ,? p.m., / .tc
,. "i" I ...; \' altered to indicate the items were license suspended, unlawful tag, ac-' vehicle accidents. Four people suffered 1), Before 6 a.m. .
:(( : ;\::,;\. parts normally used by the com :cording to Patrolman Thrift. Bond respiratory problems, one run .Fr'S: iLl1f :r1

.: i '." pany. The amount of money involved .was'set at $202.50, he was releasedon was to an obstretfc patient and one
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:,1. : in the incident was reported to be
his own recognizance; call was to a drug overdose victim. I
'?;;it\\v'',, .:., I\i, $15,000. ,If convicted of the charge EZ'WHEELS
Jl1.' ,Mr Thomas faces a possible< 15 year
"\' :t'', '.:", prison sentence .
';rtiJ"11/\\'!(i) According'to Clay Electric officials Bradford .

!"\'; i'',.rMf!; the policy was in place to 1320 N, Temple Ave.
Complete Modern Facilities
,\\i lll' follow for the benefit of the Chiropractic Center
)\Pi'{ employees but Thomas failed to Starke '

,"': i F f .. ,follow the proper procedures. Starke Office S 964-7783 ii- I Compassionate, Caring Service
I ,\ .$!(\ f Recent Arrests Next 218 to the S.Chamber Walnut of Commerce St. -Sir/Here Pay Here II I for your Loved Ones, .

'We Finance -
In Bradford County
I ,964-4957 .Serving All Faiths ,
The following arrests were made
" in Bradford County by local 80 Pinto 4-Speed Monuments, Hospital Equipment & Supplies

authorities. PAIN CONTROL Factory AIr Mag Wheels

Wallace Timothy Myers, 29, of Headaches T' 2-tone.51,000 One True Owner Miles I L '964-5757 I'

Gainesville was arrested July 8 for Neck & Arm
: '" .throwing a deadly missile into an occupied Mid Back $495 Dn, E-Z PayCadillac Archie M. Tanner LFD
" ..' vehicle, according to Deputy Sedan DeVllle
Low Back & Leg
".,, Barry King. Myers allegedly threw INJURIES New Paint & Carpet Loaded .
. : : a bar stool from PaPa Sam's at avictim's Work R.IISporli ..... $595 Dn, E-Z Pay I'LCicsG
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l 74Ut<< ,?kaG lTOiKC
,, vehicle, according to the '79 Monte Carlo.AutoAirPS
'" report. Bond was set at $2,500?he ,- P.rseealAre PB'
1A ,
; was released on his own bi Aeeldeu U.S. 301
,,' recognizance. Sharp i Starke .
\ I DR. W. DAVID SIKES $595 Dn, E-Z Pay, South U '
\1';,; :, Puleso arrested 'DR. RICHARD C.TULLER '
\. William was July 82 Dodge ((400))
I' 10 at the Shady Oaks Trailer Park CHIROPRACTIC PIIYSICIANS 2-Door Coupe, Terrific Gas, -
,, .I i,! & for disorderly intoxication, according THE TEAM APPROACH Mileage. Low Miles r
!". .,\ jl:', to Deputy Doug York. Puleso
:: ''JM sentenced to three days In $595 Dn. E-Z Pay
:{ serve
( \'{.:),,;i ",.'d.,'. the county jail."i" I
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\H';'i:,AS 1<\Y'I'P.:,; S', Starke was arrested July 10 on a Jw 964-4957. 24 HOUR BEEPER

,),I ,.,rl(' \ /\"'" capias for grand theft and dealing. in p/k.-M.r raN4AS pa ,...ti.......- Now lave $2,900 With
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Reg. 79,Ea.CQa| pot'beer, orange, Regularly 87.One gallon liquid bleach Regularly *1.19' Box.''36 ounce laundry detergent.
or grape flavors. Limit 12: Limit.2 at this'price: Limit 2 boxes.FREE .

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FOR 'Towels FOR ,Bar Soap FOR 'Aluminum ,Foil .

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4'3 Summer (Activities;..
{bon)A karate,' ; "FOREMOST. 1tA' PRIcE WIsF '

demonstration wan one of the Sale
most recent activities. .R ne4. Prices
i.q i. (Left)T-,hlrt$were. .I combine to bring you Good
designed on June 30 '
under the direction of LOWE PRICES,! ,JJ

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Starke 96'4-5451
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Wednesday July'20th
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, :< : 750 750 ,,4 PKinHouse
.Showtime 10:30: 'c.m,&2 p.m,
:\: i ; { ,Program ]Wears' Productions All Seat SI.DO "
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''.,'',<,'",I.;;':\..'\'..,'.;,. Specializing, in' Weddings, Sp'ecfal' 301, DRIVE-m White) Hall Blend 5.99 LTR

," ,'" (<.",". reading for Occasions and 8 mm to VHS Stork 964-7484 Lawson Creek Gin 5,99 LTR
: summer program
1988 at the Bradford Public Library 'We pride ourselves; ,in Professional/ .Videos", ; frl. Sat'& Sun Lawson Creek Vodka 5,99<,< ..LTR,
' ,,,,'",t will conclude July 26 when all ages ,
will But share the program an ice cream has party.several fun 481-4320 praying Every Fri. & Sat. 9:00 pm-2:00 am

programs ahead for preschoolersand FUNNYFARM Return Engagement of (,
older children. ;. .
( Jump on over to the fifth annual jpn TI] The Ray ,Parrish' Band(
.. frog jump at the library today Qtendas Shear ,
. (Thursday, July 14th) at 10 a.m.for 'Design
. ,' ',' one of the "hoppiest" times of your ; Admission:

:, life.Children three to five are Invited 118 S. Thompson Street Adults.........,Y..r.....,.,. 99C ,,3D 1 LIQUORS & LOUNGE, ,
,,rx Starke e' 964-4151 Children. ....., SOC
to come create their own Hare MWW ; Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
Ball on Tuesday,July 19th at 10 a.m RADIO SOUND
';'':,' .Karate T1 t
:, ,'j" Thursday,July 7,the seventh program -
" I'' of the summer program '
featured Master Richard Rosenbeckand
several students from Tang Soo PURCHASE
Do Karate in Starke.The exhibition $2995 ,
like all of the programs,began at 10
'a.m.and over 43 children attended. '

Among demonstrations the 12 karateist's for activitieswere form, ",.' Mr. Tint Only or, Luxurious Queen-Size ,Sofas, '

I' fighting, sparing techniques) and breaking(blocks techni-'punches We, Like to Keep You Looking Good"COOL With Innerspring Mattress.,
ques (wooden boards and concrete
blocks).,The demonstration was,a
'special showcase of the "Magic.
Feets"of the Tang Soo Do Academy' YARD SI ,
'of Starke.' ,, '
The magicof ,the ''Summer LORIDA GARDEN IDEAS ')7
Reading Program -continued on ,'
Tuesday July 12 when 32 children
i/: (three to five year olds) enjoyed From t 't1 Yi
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: '. finger rhymes and a hula hoop con- r
: '','4'" ", 'test. After a demonstration,by Lee cnfrrcaa Starke's Professionals
", Anne Dampier the children proved
; '.' ( to be i very accomplished: hula t +
hoopers and extremely good sports.

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Please writ P. O Drawer 280 Stork, OPPORTUNITY mobile'home In pines Private drive: retired couple LEASE! ,t,000 sq ft., 301 South, -
Flo 32091. 4/7TF BUSINESS preferred $175 month; lit and loir acres 'from ,n.w' KOA/Walmort, Cecelia TerwlIlegar _,
WANTED.1960s muscl.corNova park on Griffis Loop. Acr.ag. for more .8848 964.8447, or eves 473.3627: ,
CARS mobile homes or lots. 38000. Call Hwy 301 North 3 1/4 miles. AI Young. 964 ,
Comoro or Mustang, running 964 8173 or. not 'after 5:30: p.m. 964.8970 or 964-8703. 964.6918. Itpd 7/14 41" tlnchg [LOOKING FORA DEALT Two prime acres,'301 South Reduced $' .000.
AIM Big Block Chevy. 3tchg THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath, pleasant home FISH CAMP: totally equipped tavern

6/30.7/14 3/3 TFjo bedroom mobile home, furnished in Lowt.y. $300 month plus deposit and mobile ham., lokefront, acreage,
14x5S two
BOY SCOUT TROOP tltVteeds Camping finance 10%. John Curlet
utilities 782 3949. Itpd 7/14 owner 107 W. Medlson
central all .electric This commercial location
air, par.Ches. LOCATION, LOCATION prime
supplies and other donated materials. United of Storke. 964 8447r eve
TWO HOUSE with lake access Realty .
BEDROOM ........
be moved. $7993, could concerted t. your
If you have Item you would like u. to utility. room.964.7570 to 468.1707. 2tpd $230 month 473-4534 ask for 473-3627. 5/19TF St., directly Across from WD. "
pick up to get them out of your way or negotiable or Mrs. Hall 7/14 4tchg 8/4 ,4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE; Bradford Courtty -

would |lusf t like to donate to us, please 7/7.14 SALE, 1986 Fleetwood 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE with lots of extras for sale Good for any retail liquor SO CHIC. SO CHEAP) Newly remodeled 3 BR, I Be, freshly pelnted, neW
call 964.4993 or 468-1581 or writ to: MOBIL HOME FOR condition $400 monthly 964-6943 or 9648076. business, I I.... package store, ,lounge, cerpet. '21 Plneweed St. 27900.
Quartermaster, Troop 518, P.O. BON 14x60 excellent Itpd 7/14 restaurant, bar, motel fraternalfudge.
156 Stark, Fl. 33091 W. ''will| tok 7823570. 2tpd 7714I9S7 3 BEDROOM mobile home. 2 window AC No food sales required Brokerprotected HOMES
Mobile Hornet
anything Thank ya.41' 7/7.28 excellent 14x52 condition.FLEETWOOD, 2 BR, 1 bath setup units Bradford trailer pork Call Call George 813.7B6- '"i.: I G.AHAM,3/2. 2.78 Ac., 1930 s.f., CHftA S 85.000 |
WANTED TO RENT ,,2 or 3 bedroom 964 6093 or Jax 964.5251 aft. S p.m.' 7/UTF pd 8/25 KINOSLIY LAKE: 90' on lake 3/1'A home, 2/166)1
In !Starka $10.500. -
'how** In lowty. Family of four, THREE BEDROOMIv> bath brkk, FOR RENT Office space or ..retail sales RD. 2301! 2 story, CBS frame.3/) 45.000
772.1276. Ttpd 1114 .
964.8897 or 473-0764. Itpd 7/14 1913 LIBERTY 14x70, 2 bedroom CHSA 1st and last. $360 964.5879 or area. Downtown Starke $300 per 1205 BLANDING Stl CB, 3/fc3/4 bo. CHftA. 3/4 acre ''S 43,000I
Call 964 6303. John. TF
fireplace, ceiling fans, no $ dawn; 964.8972. Itchg 711.ST"TlIMI'1.0YEES month LAWTEY- I LAKE BUTLER: Brick veneer, 3/1 !* ba, CHtA S 45.000
YARD SALE 9645838. Itpd 7714SINCLEWIDE ; need home close to DOWNTOWN work. Cheap spaciousbuildings $15.000 SMALL FARM, 3.83 Acres, frame 3/1. 1532, s.f.. S 36,000
,work? W. have clean mobile needs I
your $ 30,000
HOME all Interior
MOBILE and 'assume, Call 262 S. MYRTLE 2/1, new
cash $S.OOO
homes available. 468 1323. 10/8 TF or
Rd. and good condition $2,000. Call 9648522. CROSBY LAKE ceddr and stone LakewoodD $105,000
OUNS TRAILER PARK Morgan WALDO VILLAS, ,unfurnished. 2 BR 772-8440 or 272 9219. 2tpd 714.21LOSTFOUND
Rd 16 West. 9.4 p.m Look for signs, Itpd 7/14 CHSA. 468-1971. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water $ 90.000
Call 964-2286 .early birds welcome carpet. 3/10 TF 3 IS N.MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 ba $ 45.000 I
Equal Housing Opportunity
Itpd 7/14 FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM with air, qll utilities, CONERLY ESTATES!.3/2, stone fireploc.,1800, s.f. $ 83,000HWV.
JULY 15. 9 a m. ..ntliaoid. Lots of ml.c.. paid. From $37.50 weekly, Magnolia '. 'I I .22Si 2/1 frame,3 stall barn newly rewired $ 35.500
dishes |jars antique, moving van; furnished Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF LOST COCKER SPANIELk 'buff color, CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club. 3000 s.f., on 2 lots'
dealer _leo..... See signs opposite NEWLY DECORATED everything LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications female, registered ID under left fear GOOD LOOKING new brick duple, 215 Bradford Dr. $ 38,000
hospital on Coll St., 9648554. Itpd 7/14'' Laundry facilities Included. Video for I ft 2 bedroom apartments leg. If found call 964.2579. Reward | 201 ALVA.EZCOU.T.3 BR. 1 Ba, reduced $2.000 $ 23.730
JULY ISi 9.4 .m, and Saturday .room avail obi.. Will accept one child ,Itchg 7/14 $ 36.000
FRIDAY p CHSA fully equipped kitchen 112S NEIL COURT 3 BR 1 Ba, carport owner financing
Palm. 2313 N. T.mpleAv.
July 16. 9.12 noon. Household ,Items. no pets.. Starke 32091.Apts 10/29 TF ,drapes. 782.3531. New Manager. j qual KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, I Ba, 1300 s.I.. wood frame 30,000
clothes" Snapper lawn mower, .tcr ADULT PARKt Clean 2 BR mobile home, Housing Opportunity. 4/14TF KEYSTONE HTSi spacious quiet country living! ;3 BR, 2 Ba,
1715 E. Call St. Itchg 7114 '/ mil. from city. Nice neighborhood THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath doublewlde BUSINESS Lg FR, klt/DR combo, 2000 s.f.. CHftA. city watery; 2 septic tank.,
GARAGE SALE Saturday only, 230 East 468.1323.> 10/8TF mobile home CHSA, large lot In coun exc. cond Assum. mart$26.000, 8%. pmts$224/mo.Sale pricedt $ 55,000

near Country Club. Itchg 7/14 Moved to FURNISHED ROOM with air, all) utilities try. 468-1323. 6/9TF OPPORTUNITIES BOOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot $ 44 000

SATURDAY smaller home.ONLY All 8-3 kind p.m.of household paid,' from $37.50 per week THREE, BEDROOM 1M. bath, clean close | MEMO DAIRY ROADi 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHftA, so near, $ 40,000 |

MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St, by fast" to prison Call 468 1323. 6/9TF 1000 SUNBEDS;TONING TABLES! Sunol ACREAGE.....,.
items clothes. tools, much more SR 16' THREE BEDROOM I \\It bath CB home In Beds SlenderQuest .....LOTS I
West, two houses past 54th Ave, going Office. TF ,city limits, close to Southiide Elemen WOLFF Tanning Call, for FREE colorcotalogu. | HWY.32S 10 acres joins Alachua County line $ 25.300I
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR t BATH WITH AC Passive Exercisers,
from Starke. look for $ 10,000
prisons CONERLY
first last I
$375 month and %
COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO tary. .. Save to 50
signs. Itpd 7(14BLOCK 964-7498 ,964.5423days, 468.2870 nights 6/23 88339 MICHIGAN STREET Acres Inside el V $ 10.000
1 7/19.9 o.m, til? DOWNTOWN STARKE. 1-800-228-6292 location $ 82.332 I
SAUl Saturday.
etchg 8/11 Griffis Loop. BROWNLEE RD.i 36.43 acres:owner financed, great
No early birds I SR 16 to State Prison on 414TFIN TOWN clean 2 BR house on shaded ON HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR, 2 bath house, MOBILE for more mobile homes RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted $ 7.000
red ribbons Acreage "
Circle Drive. Look for signs and 20 lotf CHftA.; cbrpet Prefer quiet working kitchen furnished central heat,air, no 38000. Cell after 5:30: p.m,. 964.8770, HAMPTON 438 acres. This property has everything! ... .438.000
houses ft trailers. Approx :
on adults No pelt. For appt to view p.". 4682704. 2tchg 7/7 14 964.8705. TF LAWTEY 5 acres 103th Ave., good investment $ 15.000
yard ...I. Itchg 7/14 for call 964.6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month, CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES! central AC INCOME DISCOVERYI PHD Scientist RD. 100 Ei 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
BIO YARD SALE cheap something extras, reasonable rents. PINES. 3 wells,2 poles $ 50.000I
3 plus security deposit. Firm. 3/STF reveals high income discoveries ,.IMITIVIIApTIST CHURCH RD.20.16 acres,
16 East
everyone, check It out. Hwy. PINE' FOREST APARTMENTS, now taking'application. 496-2366. SR 121,, Lake Butler! TF; 7/14 'anyone"can use to achieve wealth. I CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100'on water $19800
look Friday ;
miles signs. _
on right '
7/14 for 2 and 3 bedroomapartm.n. Free facts F 8 C. Dept T.16, P.O. Box I WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Fla. Frontier S 15,000. |

.FRIDAY Saturday.SATURDAY Itchg July ".16,'Sam. .., starting at $195 and $:l15. 5491, Gainesville-, ..ft ;,32602 4tpc r .....COMMERCIAL,...,

to 7 p.m., 301 Lowtey,, next. door ,to CH4A ready., 1530 fully W.equipped, Madison kitchen S,.. 964.6312 cable,: R.V.s CAMPERS, ,GREAT' 6/23-7/14'OPPORTUNITY for self.motivatedbusiness I .0. 14 WEST farr.nt. 3 duplexes, $350/mo. $130,000 |

Ceramic Shop. Itchg 7/14 South of Mon-Frl, 93pm. Equal Housing Opportunity -> 'TRAVEl TRAILERS. woman. $5.000 to own v.ry | SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building corner Call ft Walnut St..,,
TRAVLOR NURSERY 301) 319TFSOUTHERN profitable window covering business.Will :3198 s.f.4 clean excellent condition,- live upstairs, havebusiness
Lowtey. Thurs.. ft Friday: 10-3.1. furniture loco lion L Zone Benefits.
4lchg downstairs. Best Enterprise
Is train -
STARKE 3771248.
VILLAS OF now 197f. cash' 964.7766. Call
clothes. Itchg '7/14 l RV 32 Ft.j $2000 zoned
taking applications for 112 bedroom 6/23.7114 | 3.34 ACRES-301 South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96'
'apartments $199 and $219 month, .2tchg /U-21 BOILER FARM approx 26 acres, on west Open Rural small 18R.home & slnglewlde t CB bldg., utility shed S 62.000

SCHOOLSUNITED CHftA fully equipped kitchen cable 16. 96-4-S156. 4tchg-2/7.28 I WALDO 200x400 fenced zoned B-A $ 30,000 I
ready. 964-7295 or 964-4214* S/26TF LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer park S S3.000

'TRAVEL. SCHOOLS ,...rva- FURNISHED 2 BR trailer $240 month plus SOl SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 83,000

travel agents, ticket agents deposit. No pets.964-7047 2tchg 7714HOUSE REALTY THOMPSON ST. 11,362 s.f.;brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000
live computer training placement FOR RENT 2100 s.<.. 3 BR, 2 bath, MATHEWS 301 Nl.5 acres; MH hook-up 2 bldgs. 240'on 301 great value. $ 37,000

assistance, financial aid available, core living room den screened porch, 301 NORTH: by EconoLodge 165.0\on 301 $120000 ,
\ 'respondence/resident training Accredited CH&A. $375 month. 964-4908 (after.6 [I: Q I 301 NORTH: approximately,150 x approx. 220' $12 .ooq

Member NHSC, toll free p.m. 964-6636). 2tpd 7/7-14 ? 9644469RE After Hour
1.100.782.2480. Headquarters. Clearwater EFFICIENCY ROOM low weekly rates, I
utilities furnished clean quiet no I Anne TerwIIUgar Nelson 473-7541
Fl. 88.337 .
UNITED TRUCK MASTER truck driver' 'children no pets, ,no drinking. MOBILE HOMES 'lewteyi :20 acre. with 600 It. Hwy. John Longford Matte r Appraiser, *" "''-2291
DOT certification job place... 9645687.! 2tchg 71421HOME /9BS -. 52x26.!! ',3 BR, 2 Ba., 123 frontage.tCH&A. ''" '1 I ...'.. ". .. =. AL 964.6323 ".1
.training.assistance, financial aid IN TOWN large rooms, 2 6K': '1'" I acre near Bedford. Lk. CR 125: 35 acres cleared pdstufeCR Paulin. Randolph' __ IW''

available m.nt correspondence/resident bath $330 monthly. Call 964.6038' or 19U Fleetweod 52x24.: 3 BR 2 Ba .. 125: 15 acres, farmhouse' ,14" Lan. Londo .i.uT MUM- 964-7051

training. Accredited member NHSC. 964.7826. 2tchg 7/14.21 CHSA;, front/rear patio dbl. car chicken houses Joy Thornton 964-4223
Call toll free 1.800*::146-3112. Headquarters .ONE' TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS garag., Hlghrldge Estates, Keystone ,.SR 100 W' 13 acres $2300 per acre,
Clearwater, Fl. 88.338 Bradford Village Apts, near town. Hts many extras. frontage on both sides of hwy.
'. 'Vacancy expected In' a few weeks. ? HOMES .City. one acre on Laura St..,room for .. -
( 964.86O1, 7/14TF several residential lots. -
FmHAt Fix up 3 8R. 1 Ba. CHSA
Jenkins St., 15000. .City: 1.38 Ac, great office location. County Line Nursery
.FmHAt Several nice 3 BR, .1'%'' Ba" Cltyi{ SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential

$23,000 to $39.000Celley t" commercial development area. & LandscapeOwned .

.' Rd 3 BR. 2'! ba. CH&A. HOMES ft ACREAGE ( ft Operated by David Walnwrlght |1964-63061' |'

garage ft carport chain link fenced .Union Cty 135 acres, 2700 sq ft.yard' 2'/i Miles fast pf Stock on.S 1"

brick home. Complete Landscaping & DesignPlant

.St. Clalr. St.! 2 BR. lBo, CHSA.: with Alachua Cty: CR 23U< 10 acres pines, Sales ., Cypress Mulch
:!4 k1)> ', .. large family room. 3 BR, 2 ba, CHIA quiet I area
,>. ", ," ',. '" .!W, Call SI i 2 BR, 1 ba CHSA guest Alachua Cty:' CR 139 I' Irrigation Design & Installation

} "), >: ;- home, 3 additional building lots. 2800 sf..CB, large oaks ft hickory Sodding. Sprigging V Seeding
,i'l' ,. I aSusan Walnut St.i 3 BR, 2 ba. CHSA,'Ideal I trees .
d for the 'large family. BUILDING LOTS -" -
'CR 22S 3 BR. I ba, CHSA, on 1 acre little lake Santa Fes 100x160 ft.. lot,

near Lawtey. for the out-of-towners.,. new septic tank,approved for well.power AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIeratedKeaIty
LAND source to lot ,
High Springs: 5 or 10 acres* owner), GoKvleweSaHBSJpS- ft.: : \ .

l financing.1 I lot. .

M. faulkner GRI, CRB President 'Bob Mathews, Realtor'' ,Andy Jordan, Associate ,

441 W Madison'St., Starke' 964-4544

I ERA aulkner.eallyIn'c.: "
: Hwy.-301 S.

Located Hwy.'301'';.2 blks. S. of SR 100,221 W. Lafayette St. LfAVERN H. OUTLAW [@J: : Starke, FL La :

'CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE beautiful wooded lots. Broker [REALTOR

Thinking of buying or ./ Homes 'Lots./ Acreage./ Waterfront
screen porch, workshop, utility building, beautiful pool with large ? Call ust '
selling / / CommercialBEDFORD
screened patio. over 3/4 acre of land in town. 'Farms .

'CLARK ST; 3 BR, 1 '1/2 bath brick veneer, has family. room, 964-4522 Evenings & Weekends .

fenced backyard. Priced in $40s.: STARKE. FL LAKE 2 BrVlBA! Frame. CHIA. Fireplace.; Stove .Refrl Carpet .

NICE HOME IN TOWN: 3"BR, 2 bath, Ig. family room plenty of David L Dodge. MSA. CRARe Drapes,'Two Docks Workshop SW Mobil.. Home. Lpt Apx. 193x230 ft.

kitchen cabinets, over 2.0005.1.., fenced yard., Only $49,900,, 864 5370 : : ,SAMPSON Well I Septic.LAKE Two'Story log'Home,3 BR/2SI/2BA: CHtA.Stave.. Ref ri I IS .

.10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES: Fenced. 4 wells,2 septics..elec. pole.. Kay C Waters Dishwasher, 3000 SF Well & Septic. .

GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION -,Two-Story Block.6400 SF, up to 3.7 Ac I
this out with our office. s I
964-842O located on Busy 301. .
"WATERFRONT;2 BR, 11/2;' bath, dock completely furnished. Ke> BB4 7333 REALTOR Rc 3 ACRES.ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA Block Formal Llving-Dining Rooms, I

Only $38.000. Designated Appraiser* Family Room, CHSA. Garage Wall S Septic. .
Real Ectate Office IAWTEV 28RII IA Frame S 3BR/2BA Doublewlde tike New|
Full Service NEAR
bath 1 acre. 45900.' Your .
HOME 3 11/2
Residence Farm Commercial Bu lne w/Patlos S Carport... CHSA., Fireplace,, Well ,Septic Owner Finance
*1 ACRE with, well & septic, paved road frontage. Appraisal* for ing/Good Terms, 6.92 Ac. .
and CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES- 3BRhl" Block Living.; Dining & Family I
NEAT 2 BR 1 bath starter.home or Investment. $30,000 : Listings
Our Many .
A Few of
Rooms. CHIA. 1416 SF. Drop. & Carpet W.II. Septic large Lot'
another'at $31,000. I RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR/1 BA. SW/MH in Excellent "#''''lOtI;Well ft Septic I
BRICK HOME' BR, 21/2 bath on nice lot off Bessent Rd. EXCELLENT STARTER ,HOMES 3/1 on 1 acre In SIa k.. $25.000 .
with trees, on 2 acres paved road. 9.5 Ac, $26,000, Land Only $22.000 .
BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY:cedar &brick home, on 37 acres some FRAME HOME: Beautiful Low setting down payment pecan 10% Interest. 3/2 CB, convenient t6 LAURA STREET 3BR/IBA Block. CH/AC Units S Refrl. Fenced. .
planted pines some pasture. shopping schools, churches. Over 1500 sq. ft. -45.000, PINEWOOD DRIVE f.2BR/1BA Block. Kitchen-Dink j Combo. Family' ,Room .
Corner Lot
REMODELED FRAME HOME on 301 N. approximately 1 acre.: ALMOST NEW Ham on Hampton Lake, Owner tran.I.red'Many amenities
,. brkk home 1.58 acres,2300 s f.,excellent water, POLK STREET ;:0 3BR/1BA Frame, lot 50x150 Ft..S9.3OO. .
Beautiful on
Neat HAMPTON OAKS with deed restrictions, over GRAND STREET 3BR/IBA Frame W.II. Septic, 2 Acres.
DElRWOOOl 1 mile to Starke. quiet development LAWTEY AREA -3BR/1BA Frame, Well ft Septic. 1 Acre. .
BUSINESS & HOME on 301 North, with good down
1600 ..f.. Immaculate, 85000.' rood/ per acre.BEAUTIFUL LAWTEV .4BR/1BA From., large living ft Dining Rooms Porches.'"Large!
LESS close to Starke. On paved .
owner financing. 14 ACRES MOM OR Lot, City Water Septic Tank.
'OWNER ANXIOUS to sell. Singlewide MH on 21/2 acres closeto BRICK HOMIi ever 2.000 sq. H., Crystal lake access \ .
I.GREAT BUY I Storke excellent neighborhood, 3111A, eat-In kitchen and more SELECTED PROPERTIES

Starke. *WALDOl Neat 1400 s.f., 3 bedroom CHSA 34000. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home 2 Wells, Septic Tank Planted Pines." .
LAWTEY AREA: Fix up home on 1 acre, $17.900, .BRICK ON MORGAN RO.i 3/2 CHSA on two acres. '45 ACRES Brooker, Will Divide.Owner Financing w/Good Terms.

BRICK HOME on over 5 acres, 3 BR,2 Ba, has been reduced. .NEAT AS A ,IN. New roof new bathroom close. to Starke. 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove, Well ft Septic. Owner Financing. .
home on 3 acres 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grave, Fish Pond Owner Financing.
J BUSINESS IN STARKE: make an appointment to see.. LOCATION LOCATlONi In Starke. custom 1 ACRES .'Good Commercial location on Hwy 16W. .

" 35 ACRES wooded land. Reduced. ,LeasePurchaseHEW 4.5 ACRES Zoned for Mobil. Home..
; ONE.HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. $3.000.1'
3/2.; CHftA.; $3,000 down, $SOCI per m I You pkk the corps. ; In Starke .000 dn., FIVE ACRES. HWY 301, South.
.: Call One Our Professionally 3/S CHftA dbl garage$2
of 'HEW COUNTRY COLONIAL. V4. acr., LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business location.
''SIOO/ma. LAKE GENEVA 100 ft.. the La....
Larg.Lot. on
t Trained Today.9645069 .ho. 2700 t.l.i: CHftA. and more
,, Staff LAROI BRICK HOME on Mimosa D*.. near p. LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner. Financing.
$2.000 down. $700/mo. 2: CITY LOTS Northeast Section.

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I Starke Area Ads J Keystone: Area Ads Union County AdsWANTED ::1

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CHEVY '/ TON 1x4" PARTS* front and KEYSTONE 'CENTER executive pecan ','I\

rear axle, frontier, transmissions, LOT IN CITY $6,000.'App.afor modular, paneled office space, $225 per month ,PRESSURE WASHING Houses. mobile ..BASEBALL CARD COLLECTIONS Especially 'STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage .
home. Call 964.5764 after 5, call home, pool., deck, ldewolk. Freeettlmate
etc. 964.5812. TFceW ; 473-4961. 7/7 Hnchg
.. collection from the \1960'or before pace? We have 3x10 and 10x10 mini :
| OLDS DELTA Mi PB PS 964-5251 3/07 tfn KEYSTONE CENTER 500. ft. office orhop. Coll Rob 473-3140. 7/7
new tire, q. Will pay top prices. Please call warehouse. Hale and Associates: '
a* I I. condition Call 9645494. 2tpd PLEASANT GROVE AREAl off Rd. 16 $220 par mo. 473-4961.. 7/7 tfnchg 4963680. 6/303tchg. 7/14 496.3939tfnchrg. 1/7 '
7/7.14 West. 12.9 acre, half cleared with 2 BR tlnchg ROOFING GUTTERING Tear off, haul PROFESSIONAL LEVEL VIOLIN Alvorey ;
Itil Jl. CHRYSLER ENGINE! 82,000 mobile home used a* rental Many ON LAKE GENEVA' Furnished 2 BR away and replace. Quality work. whyte eagle S-string Sell or trade for .1 i
mil.., $300. 1974 FORD PINTO choice for use. Farming animal, horn w/large living room d/,, bath, Reasonable rates. Call Keith 4730768. HELP WANTED pedal steel or? Call 496-2848. Itpd. S
WAGON:,$200. 964-2652 alter 5 p.m. chicken house.,, .trailer park housing large deck overlooking lake. Dock 7/7 rfnchg ( 7/U i iIf .
or 964-6158 Itpd 7/14 subdivision or just a home with a big laundry, facilities available. 473-2919. KERR LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard. GOOD PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD TRAVEL TRAILER It,500. trade for ,
IMS MAXI DODGE VAN 3/4 ton with yard. Asking 29000. Negotiable. 7/7 tfnchg 'Free,estimate, In Keystone and Stork. BENEFIT Come In and talk with ut. tractor and equipment, Call, 196.28481 '
heavy duty.springs,.AC PS. PB AT. 964-6305, day., or 964-8970 and 1 B* COTTAGE near library. Furnished area call 964-2281.. 4tchg 4/30-7/21 lake Butler Apparel. 650 .S,E. 2nd 1lpd,7/14
$2,999.1981 Dodg. Arts, 4 door AC, 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12TF AC, lake privilege. $240 month.. lAWNS MOWED $12 average lawn Street, lake Butler, 496.3601. rln/chg .
standard 4 speed, $17.59. Cat! MOBILE HOME PARK on GrlHls Loop 473-4941. 7/7 Hnchg some slightly higher. 473-4059. 4tpd. 1/31
964-5104 Itpd 7/14 Hwy .100-.., Stork., ,Have 4 units and ON LAKE GENEVA 2 BR, 1V BA family '6/30-7/21 YARD SALE
149 FORD TRUCK brand new acreage for more mobile home room beoutlM 1 hardwood floor In EWING MACHINES' CLEANED-oiled and
motor '
flatheat V8. collector Item. See and 38000. Call 964-6305 days; 964 8970 large LR/DR. Stove B refrigerator furnished adjust| tension In'' your home. Special FOR RENT YARD SALE Friday and Saturday July IS

hear to appreciate Price negotiable. 964-8705 after 6 p.m., 5/12 TF laundry &. dock facilities. Im. $14.95. Repair all brand Work ( ))6lh' 8am.-until 711/2 mite wett
Call 964 6133. ",chIl7114.8It" /. 373 ACRES OF LUSH PASTURE! '/ mile maculate, 473.2919. 7/7 tfnchg guaranteed. 4737862. 7/7-14FR-7/2J t t CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C. on CR238. Yellow brick house on right.Watch .

WO, PS. PB. AC 5 speed, Alpine frontage on Lok. Rowell. Fenced and 1 BR COTTAGE on lake. Small screened tfnchg Extra. Reasonable Rent PINES Call for ilgni.'Itpd. 7/14'
stereo, new tires, excellent condition crossfenced. Owner financing porch large deck Prefer mature work. WILL AiYIIT In my h_. Daytime or 496-2366. SR1JI, lake Butler. 7/14. YARD SALE Saturday and Sunday. July 16'
$9500 obo. 964 6619 O( 964-7251 eve, available Call Baynord Ward Ing lady. Adult only, no pet. $285 evening hour*. Reference available ,tfnchg. 8 17th 9 a.m.to 3 p,m. Shaw'i Subdivision -
Ask for Bob. Itchg 7/14 1-80()- 2.7232. Suwannee Valley Properties month' plus utllltle lf'lat plus 473-3732. 4tchg 7/7-28 521 S.W. 12th St, Mite, baby
,. ((979 FORD FIESTA! tan with block 4 122 N. Ohio Ave.. Live Oak, Fl. depoilt. 473-7259. Itpd 7/14 HORSE SHOEING and trimming. MOBILE HOMES items, Weight bench, women'. clothe,
32060. 2tpd 7/7-14 Reasonable rale*. 4730155 Itchg 7/14 'and 7/14 i
speed. 2 door hatchback AC greatgo CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH tropical birds Itchg. :
40 ACRES OF LAND Call after 5 RETIRED COUPLE to caretake keystone FOR SALE ,
mileage. $550. Call 964-6849. Itchg p.m. $250 per month Fenced, carport, .j
782-3136. Itpd 7/14 Height lake home and ground In exchange
7/14 screened porch. Call 1.904-.73-.221 or LAND FOR SALE'
19(7 THERESSAt RESIDENTIAL HOMESITESt, for tree rent of 'lake front ,
FORD F150 T-904-388-6109 7/14-21
4x4t AM/FM/Casette 2tpd
MOBILE HOMES Two and three
home. TEN
AC $500 and take over payment restricted to new double wlds less 2 MOBILE HOMES with 3 BR. t with 2 904-725-0238. Itpd 7/14 bedroom Low down .
964 8872 or 964.8978. Itchg 7/.14, than three years old er homes. ,On BR with air conditioning. "732730..tc..g7.84 HOME IMPROVEMENT, ,repair, additions Balance Ilk. rent-S.d's Mobile payment Ham. 1.3.8 ACRE PARCELS 160'cr.. farm,
maintained road. Beautiful oak would make nice' horse- farm low
county or complete building. 30 year 'Park, Behind S&S 496-371, tlpd 7/14 '
HOMES trees, high and dry. Below ground septic ,RENT WITH OPTION 2 BR, 2 BA new MH experience serving Bradford and Cloy' CLEAN J'xS1 BEDROOM S4,000,Trod. down payment owner financed. Ap ,
systems permitted. Owner financing 'with fireplace, 3 block from school. Countle 4734018. 5/28 tin for tractor and ( to prox |/2 acre, paved rood, with 2'
$500 down, $100 month. equipment up bedroom mobile home on SRI8 Hale
FOR SALE per $325 plus security depot.lt. ,473-7975. FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? $2,000)) Call 496-2648. Itpd. 714MOTORCYCLES
964.5086 or 964 8073. 4tchg 7/14' 8/4 4tchg 7,4-8/4 House out of level?? LaRu. leveling and Associates. 4963939. tfn/chg

RESIDENTIAL HOMESITES: near KeystoneIn RENT WITH OPTION 3 BR,2 BA new MH Service for all your foundation, repair, 13/31:
THREE BEDROOM home 'In town. convenient Bradford county on SE 62nd Ave ,with central heat t air In High Ridge 473-7721, 7/9 Hnchg FIVE ACRES MOl Private ,SI 5000,
location close to everything. lake access 'jot to Bedford lake, high Estates. $325 plus security) deposit; '' Terms Call, 496-2848, Itpd, 714CARSTRUCKS
Nice lot with of tree*.' Owner '
variety and dry. Owner financing $500 down
4737975. 4lchg 7/14-8/4 MISCELLANEOUSPACK 1987 SUZUKI 650 motorcycle, 600 mllet.
anxious. Call today Robert RealEstate. $100 I per month. 964-5086 or. 964 8073, NEW MOBILE HOME 2 BR. furnished on '. Like lI.w..N.w helmet, Sell both for
964-6262. 6/2 8tchg 7/21
4tchg 7/14-8/ one acre ,Melrose area, 16846634.4fchg71484 RAT Buy ell and trod. collectible '$1.275r Call 496-3197. Itchg ;7/14
1 BR, 2 Ba HOME:, CH&A, fireplace t "
acre, large fenced backyard paved Item and antique Used furniture,
driveway and walkway. 16x20 work MOBILE HOME Keystone Ht.., 2 BR, I glassware, jewelry and much more. HOMES FOR SALE .197 CMC'(,0,'. ASTRO *5.171
storage bldg. 964 3026. Itpd 7/14 BA clean gas, heat fenced. $220 Come ee for yourself One mile last, DETROIT 10 speed 3 new tires, wet"
t I month, half mo. security deposit or will of Keystone Height on Highway 100.
line Call ,000
>( 431-1155 S3 Run great.
sell dlicounted. 2tpd 7/14-21 .73-2183.717 tfnchg 'GOVERNMENT HOMES from', $i (u
REAL ESTATE repair). Delinquent' tax property.Repossessions. Itpd. 7/14
RENT TO 3 bedroom 1 I'/i
OWN: bath ,Call I((805)687) -6000.
OUT OF AREA central heat and fenced CARS
HUNTLEY air yard car. Ext. GH-1136, for current r.po l lI.t.! 6/2
'port, 1 block from school 475-1946.,
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded REDFEARNSERVICES Itchg 7/14 IM3 CHEW. Chevette."4 door, AC.. excellent -

',,' lots, river access, $5450 Each. Nomoney trope 1970 pick-up need ,Maines Real Estate m
'" work. Call 475-1471 after 7 p.m 2tpd '
down $65 41 monthly Owner >
," ti, 1-236-4579 or 1.622.2438.1/7TF' 1MOBILE HOMES 7/1421* Harriett Maines, Realtor ? :

;," '5 ,". 34,000 CONTIGUOUS FLORIDA ACRESiDixie Electric Appliance 496-3978 ", -
Service ,,3, BR, ,,2 IA 'Fleetwood:doublewlde pA 1(011 i ,'PtALtQa.For .
County 110 mile private road. HOMES FOR SALE
mobile home built I In 1985. Excellent ,- Sale Commercial
,Excellent potential. Timber retained Most Makes cfc Models condition. ; property 100 foot frontage or\
until harvested. $300 PI"';Cash. Will, Monday Saturday47377O7 ,6tchg 6/30-8/4 -$9900.473-2575. 'Y OWNER Keystone Club Estates?3, Main Street with one story modular building of 1.528

,subdivide Into 640 acre or more for In- MUST SELL 14X70. 3 BR. t BA.Make of. 'BR, 2 BA concrete block with central ,square feet.,:'Great business location Intake Butlercoltfor
created price. 205-566-1870. P.O. Box air t heal. Wooded lot.' utility shed "
755, Troy Ala 36081. 88-333 fer,473, -2730. 4tchg 111.,8/4. with power ft many extra, 39500. details, ,and ,price. '

..UCTION.IST..TI OF GRADY L. CLARK 473-2513.4tchg 6/23-7/14,
2"5,5 acre apple orchard In Haber.hom HELP WANTEDCRUISE

County. Go.* Majestic 16 acre mountain .
retreat In Robun County Go., plu' SHIPS Now hiring) Summer I Now Leasing
equipment la be offered separately Career i opportunities, Excellent
Saturday;July 16, 10 a.m. For complete T.II.E.Apartments' World travel)!, Call, (Refundable) NEW AUTOMATIC t free arm left In lay' ;Forest Park Apartments
ued $689, balance
brochure or more Information call ,1-518.4593734 Ext, ,P3339A., 3tpd a-way never Orlg. ,
Rowel) Realty A Auction,' 6130-7114' $219 or payment $28 month. 25 y.or' An ,apartment complex designed tot mcxlcrateIncome Y !i' \
1.800.323-8388..fc88-336 BABYSITTER ,*x in our home on, Lake guarantee,.will deliver 73.7862.,717' famfll s. No rental assistance '!lj...."; '.. ;: ,; :'
\ ,Geneva 8 year old girl who loves to tfnchg ATHENA 2000 free, available.: AttrurUvcS 1 & 2 UR/1 Ua apts.. ',. ,\\i/"
SINGER auto arm. ,
ANIMALS & PETS swims Remainder, of summer, possibly refrigerator carpet central heat !$t air, 's-1 .
I I' 922 E. Brownlee St. I before and after school Evenings, Orig. $789 balance $199 or payment: patio i ,' '
VQUARTERHORSESr 473-3296. '$28 ,montf" with good established and t-mnclry. free water, sewer& ,

,"* FOR SALE '2 & 3 BRs. Available FULL TIME 2tchg child 711..21 Care worker'needed. credit. Free home trial, Guaranteed. ,garbage; Rent $I fl5 $220 minimum. I .

good prices., Call Able to relateJo all age children, 18 473-7862. 7/7 rfnchg ,
7823537. 3tchg 7/7-21 Low, Income .and over mo /opp. dwoy Learning 1915 STARCRAFT camper deep 6, excellent (, ''For Information/Application!', C
1' Center. condition. $20OO. "473-1171 Forest Park Apartment s 775 NE 1st Street. Lake Butler Fl 32054
HUNTING DOGS: giving away, 3 months, Housing 1 CEOUALHOUSINO:' 475(4132. 2tchcH/l4 2t
Rd. 2tchg 7/14-21 ((004)496-3438 E.H.O.
old call 964-8129 Forsyth Itpd 7/14
NOW HIRKi& --tbdi.t Chdke PHILCO REFRIGERATOR In excellent
Figure -
Ptt' Pe.yCIRJI FOR S-Alft yrs. old. Che.tnut 964-71 3, -> i -Solon. Positions available, exercise Instructor .. working condition. Not .If-cl.fro."ng.
LAY 15 hand, brok.well 964-6853 ask for' ,
-Jerry 2tpd 7/14-21 and floor worker Taking applications. $75. 473-3353.: Itpd 7/14 ,
Tue*. 7/19 and Wed. 7/20, 13'/ .IO"'T.and two motor for sale,
or from 10 'a,m. ,ito 1:30 p,m. 180 S. ,$400. Call .73.2961 between 5.7 p.m. LAKE ''BUTLER flPHRTlTlEnTS
Lawrence Blvd Keystone. 473-0764. Itchg l 7/14
OUTLAW REALTY [Tl Itpd 7/14 Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These

LOST AND FOUND electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have
.WELCOMES YARD SALESJULY ,ADORABLE black male CockerSpaniel wall.to-wall: carpet,crapes, and kitchen appliances, Oryslte: (laundry

In)'on ongoing effort to better serve Bradford:: 15 B 16 Friday 9.4, Sat, 91. ? mix.young Jf lost or Interested in facilities. Rontal assistance available,for Qualified( applicants.

County and the surrounding area. We are. Washing machine, chest drawers boat adopting. call 473.3848. Itpd 7/14 For, application and :Information ,

I proudto have Lucille In our professional < motor vacuum cleaner, lamp and Please too'us at @
misc. Items. East on Hwy 100 to Twin PETS ,
1005 SW 6th Street
Organization. Lucille Is a native of Bradford lake Rd. across from Jiffy. Itpd 714FRIDAY '
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County and has 10 years of Real Estate 1 SATURDAY'July' 15 16, 94. BEAUTIFUL AKC Chow Chow puppies.( Lake, Butler, Fl 32054 Opportunm
Girl 10 speed, rangehoodn clothe, Parent on premises. 473-4429. 3tchg Call 496'3141
Experience, tonka truck and many mist items. 7/14-28
7108 Garden !>t. off Pecan. ,Follow
OUTLAW REALTY a i 964-4522"> Starke 7/14 '
: signs. Itpd LAND FOR SALE
JULY IS a 14 9 til 6. 7493 Hilltop St. Z' -

Sunrise Park. Baby things,. ladle
i jeans, houohold goods, gun,, tire A. \COMPLETELY REBUILT t doublewlde and NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS
I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop wheel lot more. Itpd 7/14 land Keystone area. $29,900 some ,
,owner financing. 473-9090 or 473-7237. "
Insurance Collision Work -Free Estimates BUSINESS Ask for Judy. 4tchg 6/23-7/14 House 'and 1'' acre I located on 4-lane hghwaySmall') but

liveable, $24,500. Pay$3,000'down, assume loam.Acre .
r CR 229 NW 28th St. e Starke 9646133Elixson OPPORTUNITY BUNDY LAKE 1 acre private wooded '
lots. huge ook\\ Clay County; mobil. .i of landtr3utstreamr: 4 .lane fiwy.: : frontage. Dandy

OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS' Textile .home okay. Owner financing or dive building ,site., $12,500, ,Pay: $2,500 down:,
tcreen print business for tale. 'All count for cosh,-$1 2.000 per lot, Call '
equipment and supplies needed for Trevor Water,'Century 2.1 Showcase .3 &R house2 acres, large stream\ front yard. f tov&ly

printing T-shirts'cops. locket and Properties, Inc.,, Broker '473-4903,, settmg/2 storage.bldgs., ,, 'ready ;to move into.! ,,$$'5,000, Pay.
,uniform Will provide training and setup :4tchg U14.8 '
t Wood Products Inc. 'Information. .73-2915.: ,3tchg '$5,000 down' and' move irw

6/30-7/14 These area few of over 2,000 listings., We, have all types,

of property from $700 per'' acre and up: We 'have'' small

r Cypress Mulch Pine Bark R. DURRANCE' tracts. We also have several,cabins; houses,,old farms',etc

RAIN Write Or, call today for a free ,listing brochure. You'can call '
YoU Pick Up or, We Deliver TO BE A PUMP & SUPPLY "t
'PROFESSIONAL'SECRETARr free, by dialing $- Write or :call today,

We Also Have Red .Heart Cypress Lumber CHEROKEE LAND ,'COMPANY '. MURPHY," 'N.C., 28906
Well' DrillingRotary

964-6649 EXEC, SECRETARY''
2" ,to 6"
J [Start locally,,, full tlme/portl
( time learn word processing '
[ and related secretarial .klll.. \,\. Pumps, MOBILE

: I Home study and resident Iroln- .
FOR SALE I Ing. National headquarter,

I,: .d Fill Dirt, Top Soil, I Pompano FINANCIAL' Beach AID Fl.AVAILABLElJOl : HOME

Large or' Small Loads of Llmerock PLACEMENT l-SOO-432-3004 .AII'IZ. "SPECIAL

'Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer ,
Dtv.Of A.CT.Corp.
r"--l<,led_.....,.LOCI)J MOBILE HOME 3 TON $

I 964-6182 e 964-582 e' 964-6095 ,. VISIT, OUR SHOWROOM CENTRAL AIR 1195.'i Installed'

For.Your Plumbing Parts A top-notch unit designed Subject to'availability
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I Starke Area Ads Ter villegar Celebrates Anniversary I

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a successful pilot program to determine

TO DRINK SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT: Full timeor whether satellite dealers were
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Ai low 01 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS. I port time. Apply at Town ft Country feasible. The Keystone' Heights
14.99 .p.r month. Coll 964-4944. tfn WANT TO STOP Exxon 800 S. Walnut 2tchg 7/7-14 facility, one of three original

NIWSFAPIH PLATES Aluminum. TH ATS OURS I NEED SUMMER INCOME Or Fvll-Mme satellite operations in Florida, proVO,
Mo.uri 24x36". 25 c.nt. each. Great Alcoholics ed that the works I
Anonymous (job' Cell Teresa far Information. Sell program allowing
fo, patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH '64-4110 er,...2000 Avon today. .*..4103.7/7.10 Ford Motor Co. to merchandise new k
135 W. Call St. 964-6305. pd thru 9/29 WANTED EXPERIENCED. SEWING cars in smaller communities The
SEAT lirr CHAIRS If you're a Medicare
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.e.stimates. MACHINE OPERATORS Base rate S3per. plan has been expanded state-wide.
recipient with a qualifying condition HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.,
hour plus 10% to 14% bonus paid
coil toll free number for more Inlormo.
1-80O-445.4174. lean 88-331 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8539 TF twice a year a good operator. should 'Truck Sales...
HOME REPAIR: painting roofing, new make between $5.50 to $6 hour .
ALICIA HAY In rolls under born. Delivery per Terwillegar Motors specializes in
off. Additions, remodeling.
and tear with bonus Plant i Is cool and comfortable
ovollobl. Arthur Gotklm, 783-3777. Thomas E. Lee Construction, office Call 14814361. Boo Schneider truck sales, and Clyde credits Byron
3/74TF with,the knack for ordering colors .
964-2852, home 431.1673. 7/7TF for more Info. Hawthorne area. Itchg
BLUEBERRIES FOR SAW Longn.ck.rsForm. SEWING MACHINES Sol. and Service 7/14 and equipment 'that sell. Until

U-pIck or picked on od.,. Open all makes cleaned, oiled, adjusted CASHIER/STOCK 'PERSON applications .recently, Byron personally made aU g
Mon.Thu..doy 8-1. Friday I Saturday $13. All work guaranteed. Corner are now being taken for lull-time position. truck orders but has now delegatedthe .r
8-6, Cloied Sunday. Tok. SR 26 2 mllet Morgan Rd. I CR 16. James Strickland, Apply In person at Pep-O Food responsibility to the sales ti/
East of 301, 1.7 mile North on CR 1469. f
964-8733. 12/3TF" Mart 620 S. Walnut 2tchg 7/7.14 manager Byron's modus operandi! i"
Farm 468-2483. Home: .475-1151 or LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial FOOD SERVICE full and part.time, cook. continues ,to be utilized in making
473.2702. etchg 6/9-7/28 tree removal', -
landscaping cleaning waitress position available.Call orders. -"
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT) lawns vacuumed. No lob too big or for appt. 333-2050. Camp Blon. Their' success in merchandising --."...-
..o.h... .. and ice -
'dry. |Ic. cr.omfr..z.n
small. Free estimates. I
5/26 8tchg 7/14
reach-In cooler, etc. Stark ding. Ford Trucks in Starke is responsible Byron Terwillegarvolume
WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 45O John REAL ESTATE LICENSING: only $195.: Call for other North Florida Ford dealers,
KOA 9648484. 6/9 8tchg ,
7/28 Kompground. Deere. $40 .per hour. Call anytime. 1-753-4O40. North Flo., Real Estate Col getting Into volume truck business, of sales, does not endorse friends of Clyde. When' the 20 new

.PIANO FOR SALE Retpomlble party to'tak. 782-3306. 4/7TFchg Residential" lege. 730TFCOOKSPREP Clyde says. The manufacturer isn't sales contracts for Ford Motor, cars were brought in, townspeople .
K ft
up low monthly payments on'. services, COOKS NEEDED and- producing trucks fast enough to sup- Credit or local banks. Terwillegar came to look, not ever having seen
and buslenis personal
beautiful console piano. Call toll free references available. 964-4908 3/31 TF part-time. Buddy's Lake Front Rest., ply the demand resulting in a shortage passes on the savings to its that many new can in Starke at one
Lake Santa Fe, 468-2080 In
18003462450. 3tpd C/3O-7/14 ,ROOFING roof, tear off and apply per of new trucks on dealer's lots. customers, Clyde said. lime. Mrs. Andrews observed that,
: new son. 7141"BLOCK *'
INVENTORY CLEARANCIl METAL Work guaranteed. Call Lamar Terwillegar's allocation was cut by John Nolaq is the business He'll go broke.
recover LAYERS 3-10 to start work
BUILDINGS 30x40x12 $4650: 30x50x14SS7SO Sims, 964.4331 anytime Fr.. now I Experienced. masons: $500 plus a 150 units this year, Clyde said. manager, supervising a large Terwillegar Motors leased the the
; 40x60x12 $7495;' 40x75x14 ..lImo.... 3/31 TF weekt AAA Employment Palatka. Terwillegar Motors is a closed core clerical staff, essential to the opera land and buildings from Mrs. An-
'$9380.: 50x100x14 $13,795, 100x100x16 U CALl-WE HAUL: specialized pecan orchard 325-3503;; Gainesville 3781441. Itpd poration, with all outstanding stock tion of a car dealership. A payroll for drews as long as she lived. In 1972
$23,995. PIONEER BUILDING SYSTEMS management and machine 7/14 owned by family members. Clyde is 35 employees generates tremendous Terwillegar Motor purchased the

512-389-3664) commercial and. storage harvesting.. Also custom tractor ser* LIVE-IN HELP NEEDED to care lor elderly chairman of the board and Byron is paperwork to account for social property from the Andrews estate.

applications. fc 88-332 vices provided. 964-4064 or 964.8230. Invalid couple In Melrase 'area, president of the corporation. The security withholding taxes
WELCH PONY GELDING 3 yr. old. all 4tchg 7/14.8/4 Workable situation for a mature married firm now employees persons, with unemployment compensation Old Times..,
shots saddle, blanket and bridle. All ,HIGH UTILITY BILLS GETTING YOU couple or capable single female. eight salesmen to assist new and use ,workman's compensation Insurance Reminiscing with Clyde about
for $300. 964-7512' or. 9646280. ext. DOWN Eagle Shield Radiant Barrier Room and board plus '0 lory. Call, ed car buyers to get the vehicle that and other funds. In addition, Starke in the late 1950's is like takinga
273. Itchg 714SEARS can help lower those costs. Call today 475.2791 475-2577.. 2tchg 7/14-21 best suits his or her needs. there are sales taxes to be remitted trip down memory lane for those
Irott-free s.lf-cleaning Both used range only for a free, no obligation demonstra PROFESSIONAL STYLIST and barbers The Sales Department is headedby titles to be recorded, and numerous 'who have known the community for
refrigerator. tion. ((904)) 964-4924 Itpd 714I needed, full or part-time. Salary orcomml..lon Sales Manager Ray Thomas,. other paperwork required by 30
or more
8 ,months. Outstanding condition. years.
r WOULD LIKE,TO BABYSIT In home at Cllentel at CUP
my provided
agencies. Aside from
Paul West governmental of
formerly employed by Clyde told about the group a
964-2311. Itpd 7/14
lot 20, behind '
1757 N. T.mpl. UPS, 964-2323. 2tchg 7/14-21
CLOTHING SALE all Items $.15 or 10 Bradford Mot.l. Call 964.4452. Itpd R.N.sA.P.N.s. RN needed for Ford in Gainesville. (Paul West Succeeds government reports automobile dozen men, who ate breakfast each
Items for $1. All vitamins and health Shaw and Keeter Ford a land manufacturers require 10 ,day morning in the Guidon Grill locatedon
714CINDERELLA'1 ell shifts In the medical and adult
products reduced. 134 E. Call St.* CLEANING SERVICE: psychiatric'units. Requires 3 RN mark in this area). reports financial statements and the corner west of the Telegraph/
from' Mitchells Drug. 2tchg years New car and truck specialists are other documents. Few people realize lot for Santa
across NEW I NEW I NEW I Cleaning service to experience. 1 of which Is In specialty office now the parking
7/14-21 open In Storks area. Just what you' field. Salary" range $10.27 to $13.67 Tom Rountree Eddie Starling and the amount of paperwork generated Fe Community College. It was
,SILVERQUEEN SWEET CORN) $1.25: hove always wanted--: your own mold. hourly' depending experience... LPNt Scott Worsham, each of whom is ,I in the sale of cars and trucks. operated by.George Kopelousos,
dozen, $3 bushel.964-6558 or 4732629. w..k. knowledgable concerning new cars built and the
Call now to reserve your days needed for evening shift; no experience ,who later operated
Itpd 714PRESSURE 'ly, weekly or monthly. Reasonable necessary; must be licensed. and trucks, and equipment In the Beginning... Garden Restaurant. on N, TempleAve.
TREATED. PLYWOOD W. rates, licensed, bonded. Call 964-2917 Contact: Carol Hodges or Merrlet Hig. ,available.The In 1948, Clyde Terwillegar went to '
\ $11,35.: 5/8" $13.70; 3/4" $15.73.Stephen after 5 p.m. Itpd 7/14 gins, Northeast Flo. State Hospital, Ejpps brothers, Jimmy and Gloversville, New York to work with A waitress with a speech impedi
Smith Lumber 468-2624. 7
( RELIABLE MOTHER ol two will babysit In 904-259-6211, ..*. 11$. EOE/AA.Stchg Bill, assist buyers of used vehicles his brother-in-law, a Ford dealer ment couldn't pronounce the name
miles South of STork. on,301, Itchg
'7/14 my home. Reasonable rates and, 7/14-28 with selecting vehicles that meet with seven Ford agencies in upper 'Terwillegar, so she began calling
LUMBER:' Southern y.llow'pln.' and relerences available./ Coll 7823209. CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING summed transportation needs within the New York State. He stayed two. Clyde "Mr. Ford." Clyde has been'

treated pi.... All sizes,. all 2tchg 7/14-21 """"., and 'career opportunities. Excellent customer's budget.r Jimmy and Bill years and worked in various departments Mr. Ford in Starke, ever since in
pressure lumber grade,,2 and better. 2x6x10' pay. World Travel. Call refundable, are acquainted with most of the peo-. 1 learning to merchandise and. more ways than one. .
:treated $3.35,2x6x16 treated $6.80; PERSONALS 1-518459-3734 ext,,, F33T?:,. 3tpd pie in Bradford County. maintain Ford cars and trucks.. In those days, the showing of newcars

spruce precut studs 2x4 $1.79. St.ph.n ,7/14.28' Over in Keystone Heights, Aubrey Clyde headed for Florida in 1950, was a special event in the community -'
Smith Lumber, 468-2624. Itchg 7/14 A :WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: .HIRINGI Government lob"your area Scott and Frank Paver represent but stopped in Charlotte N.C.' and dealers would hide new
Call 602.838.8885
GAS MIA TE.. 40,000 BTU excellent con Australian European Scandinavian $15.000-$68,000.3493 7/14-21 ,Terwillegar Motors to the buying enroute to visit and play golf withan cars until the appointed time to show

dition $60.' Call, 964-6280 ext,.291 or' High School Exchange Students arriving WATSON ext REALTY 2tpd CORPORATION. Is now"Inl."t.wlng public. old friend. While in Charlotte he them. It would be a gala occasion
7823500. Itpd 7/14 in August. Become a host family foe, far, RE Associates.: For The Service Department visited the Ford District Office, ask', generating excitement and interest.
SEVERAL. ITEMSr Upright freezer, canoe, American Intercultural Student Ex more information a confidential Intterview essential adjunct dealership,;**" ing ii if there were a Ford dealership Terwillegar gave away fishing cars
riding lawn mower, trailer 0.1... Call\ .. 'Call 1-800-SIBLINGj' fcan please call Dean ,Weaver, is staffed with train employees for sale in the area. There was not and other prizes to the hundreds of
9648522. Itpd 7/14 88-340 4737653. 6/23TF capable of maintaining Ford products but he was referred to the Forddealer people that -1:8me to see the new
WASHING. MACHINES $50 each heavy, OTC STOCKS UNDER $1: For free Roberts report, DIESEL MECHANIC NEEDED must have at peak operating efficiency; in Spartanburg, S.C., wherehe models. Times have changed and

duty from 'laundromat..' .Call 964-4831/ call Richard Kinne/Patrick 3056615540., own tools and telephone, good workJ Pate Gassett is service manager, took a job in sales. Clyde would the most of people can't tell within

6/23 4tchg714TOMATOES STUART-JAMES 1-800-826-1695 Investment or Bankers, ing conditions and benefits, Apply in with Ricky Edwards serving as his, stay in Spartanburg for the next nine, five years, the age of a car or truck.In .

FOR SALE call 782-3625 Member N.A.S.D. ft S.I.P.C. 188-335 person Griffin Industries, Rt. 212 Box assistant. years, rising to general sales the years following 1968 Clyde
offer 4:30: p.m. 2tpd 6/30-7/14 MIDWEST NATIONAL of Tennessee J, Hampton. 3tchg 6/30-7/14' Shop mechanics are furnishedwith manager in the Ford dealership. filled the needs of the area with Ford
BLUEBERRIES U .PICK $.50 Ib. or we,will Group Insurance Low Family'', Rates: TRAIL MOTEL ft RESTAURANT In Lawtey the very latest equipment for Clyde could not put the desire to products sales and services and

7823777.pick. Call 7823942. 7823344. .or 100% of covered hospital and doctor'scare applications or. being taken; 'for. analysis and repair of Ford products own a Ford dealership out of his filled positions of need in the community -

INTERNATIONAL 2tpd 6/30-7/14 while hospital confined. Optional waitresses and evening cooks. .Ex which like other automobiles, mind,even though he. was doing well serving in leadership positions -
$695.single Call row 782-3353.corn plck.r.run. 2tpd outpatient benefits for clinic visits ond, perience helpful but not necessary.Will have become;too complicated for ,in Spartanburg. ---of' his church '(St. Marks ,,,'
good. train. Must be 18 years' of age. Apply "shade tree mechanics at 34 Clyde the '.'Club, "
using In
7714CDX even office visits. Choose 100% April, 'J958, age EpiseopalK ;-HoUry:
PLYWOOD 'h""'4 ply $835':, 5/8" coverage or deductible, which "In.7/14,pespppnjy. No phone calls,, monkey wrenches," said Clyde 'made an appointment with the Ford Chamber\ of Commerce'' and" the

,$10.70: 3/4" $12.75. Wafer board 7/16" decreases by 25% each year that you NEED Itchg A FULL OR PART-TIME JOn Try 'The Parts Department, with Tom District Manager in Jacksonville Development Authority. ,
$6.50.: Reverse board and battlnr, 5/8" do not use the policy. "Cell Avon For more information, call Bowen, parts manager, and Jason since he would be, passing throughthe In 1959 Clyde joined with Bill
$13.99'St.ph.n SmLth Lumber, 18008882588. 188-334 Ramona 782-3068. 3tchg 7/14-28 Polk assistant parts manger, maintains city on vacation while enroute to Powell, Buddy Bishop Bob Mcintire
'468-2624.. 7 miles South of' Starke en CITY OF STARKE FIRE DEPARTMENT Is an inventory of Ford parts and visit his mother in St. Petersburg. and others in establishing the local

301. Itchg 7/14' NOTICE now accepting applications for positionof accessories, to facilitate repairs The District Manager said the on- golf club. After the course openedfor
,SEVERAL ITEMS: stereo, bedroom set, Firefighter. Must, be Certified without waiting for parts to be shipped Florida dealership available in play in 1981 Clyde was destine4to
relrlgerotor; gas Hove,. rattan furniture be Firefighter. Apply City'Hall' Merrell in from an outside warehouse. was in Venice a sleepy little be club champion five times.
book shelves, sewing machine, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should submitted Dees Office. 2tchg 7/14-21 Experienced parts managers for town on the Gulf Coast, some 80
cloth.: dishes, microwave, misc. 2205 to the Bradford County RELIABLE PERSON NEEDED from 6 p.m. automotive dealerships can be a miles south of Tampa. However the The Future... '

Raiford Rd., behind Irene's Beauty, Telegraph, office in writing is and alreadyestablished paid In Friday to 6 p.m.. Sunday to care for customer's best friend, and Ter, District Manager told Clyde "You' While the past belongs to Clyde
Shop. Monday-Friday after '4.30; advance unless with this credit office.Classified bedridden elderly lady in her home. willegar boasts two of the best. wouldn't want.'t (Today, Venice Is the long term future belongs to
anytime Sat. I Sun. Itpd 7T14 Call 964-5774 anytime. Ask for,Sandyor Finance and Insurance Manager a flourishing city of 18-20,000, with a Byron ,who has never worked
"is ,
,,1986 FISH ft SKI BOAT lSV4 ft., 70 hp deadline TUESDAY, Amy. Salary open. Itpd 7/14 Dick Stimer is a person many super large Ford dealership). anywhere other than in the family
Yamaha tilt ft trim, trolling NOON prior to Thursday! publication. *,
trailer Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY, customers come in'contact with As luck would have it, Mrs. Joe owned Ford dealership.After .
motor, drive-on 6000.
4734802. 7/14 SOO P.M. Special Clo..lfl.dil.ploy ''HELP'WANTEDNON.DRINKING while purchasing a new or used vehi Andrews, owner of the Ford dealership high school Byron attendedthe
cle. Terwillegar sells for cash, of in Starke, called while Clydewas InCharlestonbS.C. '
VACCUM Sears K.nmors.. '4.1 hp placement Is NOT Guaranteed.Minimum College of Charleston
,canister, attachments. 1 year old Ilk. charge for classified ads Is course, but a majority of cars and in the district office offering to for four years ma.
new. 964-5290. Itpd 7/14 15 words for $3.:SO, th.n.15 cents .for HOTEL MANAGER trucks continue to be financed sell Andrews Ford.. administration..
FULL SIZE MATTRESS: box springs frame each word thereafter. APT.FURNISHED'APPLY either through area banks, or Ford Clyde came to Starke the next day After college he spent a two year
excellent condition $70. See Morningsat ..-.. IN PERSON Motor Credit. to see Mrs. Andrews, and make an hitch in the Air Force as an electronics
lot 7, Brown Trailer Court next to BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH*, Ford'Motor Credit which buys offer for the agency Two weeks specialist. '

Starka drive-in movl.. 2tchg 7/14-21 most of the paper generated by Ter later, Mrs. Andrews called Spartan, Byron is married to the former
PALLETS FOR SALE: Oak pallets 34.34 willegar's car and truck sales, has burg and accepted the offer. In Sandra King a native of Bradford

$,50 each; Other sizes also available at Immediate Openings competitive interest rates and May 1958, Clyde with his wife and County and the couple lives on West
bargain prices. 964-7699. Sunshine Industries varied plans for repayment. Clyde two children moved to Starke. Madison Street. .

2tchg 7/14-21 Experienced Sewing Machine Operatorsfor says it isn't unusual for bank Terwillegar Motors opened for When asked about his full beard,
rj-W employees to use Ford Motor Credit. 'business May 28, 1958, with five Byron said "Those men from the
,,473.7653473.4816 ; the following since the interest rates are frequently employees and one new car tonsell. District Office and Finance Company -

Kay it on*' Stitch doom bands' 1 lower than that of banks for which' 'The new car was pushed out on the who come in here wearing
'473-7272 G'vIIU' front pockets they work. However, area banks are lot each morning and returned to blue pin-striped suits and slicked-

:: 282.1300 Jax ,Sit figs -Sat' collars .given the opportunity to handle con' the garage at night.Customers were down hair couldn't sell a life
....oor -Sit 'iliBTBS Seat seams tracts for their customers. shown the new car and orders were preserver to a drowning man i

I Hlm'llgs'Piece Repossessions the taking back of taken, if a sale was made. The next Starke., The beard tells our
,. ( Face sleavii automobiles for non-payment day, Clyde went to Jacksonville and customers that I am one of them,

skill levels-' 'severely penalizes small dealer purchased 20 new cars from Duval and they feel comfortable buying
rates based upon but with its owned the McRae "
ships, Terwillegar, Ford,. by family from us.
f $4.60/$4.70/$4.85/$5.00 The philosophy must work. The
_c.. .'I Benefits Include paid vacations; ((1 week at Christmas and week Terwillegars sell Fords, lots of

M July-r wks. after 5 years);, 5 paid holidays, medical Insurance;, them.

WATERFRONT HOMES attendance bonuses (up to $525 per year). No_ lay-offs no style .

DREAM HOME Custom built home on changes. .t4N'r Recognition.... '

Hall Lak. hoi, wet bar fireplace., : We also accept inexperienced applicants for our training Clyde Terwillegar has been
pecky cypress cathedral' ceilings program ($3.60 to start). Come In July 15 and be. eligible for Nor recognized by his peers as being a

Over 2100 ..f.. 3 bedroom 2 both Christmas vacation pay. ., leader in the automotive industry."
home has beautiful' white sand Apply at 'WAR For the past 15 years, the 140 Ford

beach.., ,Shown by appt. Only STARKE UNIFORM MANUFACTURING dealers in Florida and S. Georgia
176000. 44 J E. BROWNLEE ST.: .STARKE have elected him to be one of 18
LAKE GENEVA Two 2 bedroom brick We will be closed July 4-8 The Aztec of Mexico: celebrated New Year's: on February 2nd. directors on the Ford Dealers
make this 'Advertising Committee.
homes property an excellent
Investment on the water Live Automobile dealers, representing'all
of and trucks, new
UPDATED In on. rent CLASSIC the other: Real$106,000.pine and .fir::: :rtis:: :;f.{r ::a: {::S.. ?::.::::{?:::ti::::::r': :::-XU: :::.:::::::::.:r::::::r:::r:fr::.:; :: ''::: :::: :: ..::.: and brands used, have cars elected Clyde to the

birth ,the walls of this Impeccable Board of Directors of the Florida
2/2 with 30x13 basement for Wainwright Produce {I- (QMlw(1ieo.1 Automotive Dealers Association for

guest or hobbles. Swim fish or boat : f the past 10 dye ,
from the alum: floating dock., ;t In 1863, C received a 25 year
$83,900. ,With Two Location to Serve You r plaque and diamond pin from Ford
LAKE GENEVA year around or vacation [ US 301 N. SR16E I I : : wasn't used as a fuel until the 12th century, though K had been used Motor Co for 25 years service. Thepresentation
home 1700 acre lake..This 2 t before then. was made by District,
bedroom home on can be yours for At the Farmer's Market At the Farm 2 ML E. J : : for sculpture Manager Lea Brown and carried in

79000. Home Grown Vegetables e Ample Parking Space J Automotive News a national'
ASSUMABLE MTG. and owner financing No-Walt Check-Outt WE ACCEPT. FOOD. STAMPS :::: publication of the automotive -
make this home very reasonable./ ;::: .',,

Located on Gatarbone lake,. (lust

lI.ted.165ooo. Great forCooking or a Fresh PickedDafly f;:. La Z BoyFrom :. ;. :. ;: i! :' :. :. :' :. :L: :' :'. ;'..;'.;'
WATERS DOWN but so Is the prke on Ii f" e .. ,; ,:
:;:: : :;"i'U: ,0 mo
this 22tI.. on lake Brooklyn, SnackingBLUEBERRIES .i ,':.': i" :,
Over 1.000 s.f. Just listed. $55,000. Vegetables =r: ::;: Painting I:::
DEER SPRINGi 3 bedroom 2 both DW f '',.r : '
with screen room at lake. Excellent Fresh Fruits i $199DENMARK ':: rt Free riSaimaa ,.

fishing 'lake, only 49000. ::: :: : QJl .::::

POOL HOME 30x13 pool will keep Delicious i ;:;;:;:1 7'9 "4"1O. ;'.;;
this .
cool, on Lake Bundy. 2bedroom .
you home Is priced to sell at La-Z-Boy :.::.}:' I Quality Work :.::!.::

43,000.WEEKEND. We sincerely: thank each and Georgia, r- ;.:;iii...; Local reference ;c..;;...;.;

RETREAT one bedroom every one for their continued 434 W Call Street 411 W. Madison Street :';:'., 2163 N. 301 at ,..::.:;

home on Hall lake Is the' perfect get' patronage and friendship PEACHES 964 5826 904 5827 ;;:;':', Rudye' Automotive; ;;[;;
a.way.lu.t $36,000., ; .
Across !': :
: From (
s/: :
LAKE around .
CHURCH great year Mini I IA : ? : :
home, 1260 OPEN 8:3O AMTIL6OOPM : .fsrmrp. ;' I44+1t ;' ;';'';};;
home just built red brick Fu rl Vi U<> Ui'll. i Al ? ; ; : :S : : i

..f..3 bedroom 2 bath $63,000.. ..'.




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BHS Class of '68 Holds 20th Reunion I

The Bradford High School class of Richards (8-7-68); Gloria i.;a were:'Sheryl Derkman Allen, t:on-
1868 held its 2Qth claw reunion at the ion (8-6 8)); Brenda Wyvon Brown nie Rosier Durban,Sheila Magyarie

..... Officer' Club at Camp Blanding on ((12-11-68)); James Caudill Griffls Evans Shirley Whitaker Gauthier,
Friday June 17. H-23-77H; Brenda Lynn Manning Retha Miller Hodges, Randy Jones,
Classmates were greeted at the ((1-4-87). Kay Colson Waters and Wilbur L
; ht door by Kay Colson Waters and Ran Music was provided by Graver Waters.On .
+Is dy Jones. Each class member was Howard of Jacksonville with danc. Saturday June 18, the Class of
',/ provided with a name tag with their ing to the music of the 50's 60's,70' '68 enjoyed a day at Bedford Lake
I I'I senior picture on it. and 80'.. Some 92 people attendedthe with their families with/ approximately
Dinner was held In the dining reunion. Hosts and hostesses 90 people attending.
room which was gaily decorated In ,
I-, the scarlet and gray school colors.' -
Red table cloths and
'I gray napkinswere
P: -. ,, used at the individual tables. JARVIS
i) -. Red and gray helium balloons were .
'J" 'I>>' 4iF Hatched to the flowers on each
[ )it'r l ;f table.a & ,ALUMINUM
banner reading "Welcome Classof

.- .,,. -_. -' _. --_ '68" was hung across the mantle. Chain Link, Wood & Farm Fence
Centering the mantel
was a arrangement
Class of '68 Reunion. of carnations and mums. Keystone Heights 100 West

lit raw Ors Janet IXIcboU Johnaoa,Kay CoUon' Water,Bonnie Elaine Murray Karen Pats Kraler, Marilyn Bellinger.. Red tapers in brass candlestickswere
Martha Dennis Stalin .Joyce I Denmark s..n.terDeDa RoMnberg Ollta Bryant O'Nflll.2nd row, I 11'1 Barbara McRae on each end.
Brown,James Sullen, Dianne AdUnwm William Patricia Morgan ISeSmlth Randy Jones Dan Dougherty, Linda Waters and Jones also performedas e Screen Rooms
master of
for the
Strickland 3rd, Patterson Michael Crawford Irene Adkln hewett. Center Sheila
Alday. .w.I.1'I Linda King Wayne
,, Maryarl< Evans,C arIee Coleman Betty Jo Sapp Sloan Richard William 4th row* I n John Warren Loyd Bryan read short from program.classmates Some who letters could were not :::t-! :" :::11i:: : : : e Car. Ports,

Wilbur Water. Peggy Sander Robenon Shirley WhlUker Cauthler. Elizabeth Thomas Carlton.5th row.1 r:Andy attend and some funny incidentswere Y<} :: ,:. ::: : :::: ;:: ; : : Mobile

Miiyton. Pen Cnann Matthew Pack ham, Greg Alvarez George Browning Bonnie Router Durban Lynda Stricklandllnrton remembered by all. Della :.:;;:'-0--2.: .;:::: : : ::.:. .. .:; .:: ::.:;. :: f, I .Home,

,David Penoyer Sandra Regiater1 Bach Cathy Coking Rackia.Sheryl Derkman Allen, Gary John*. 6th row. Rosenberg guidance counselor for ';':.:;.f;:':.:..::.:.:;..:.. '. >:< .
Inward: Loper Cheryl McRae Cnann Kathy Free Whitehead; Mike Jackson" Ronnie Kirkland. Diane Cox.Godwin, the class of'68,was Introduced.to the _> Skirting

Jack' Bennett Paula McLeo.L' classmates.Door .
I prizes were presented to the Roof-Overs
.. following people: For most children-
Union SREC Sets Cpmmodity; Dist Paul McLeod with 6; traveled fur' Awnings
therest In U.S>Jackie Bennett from
r Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. announces the distribution of Gresham, Oregon traveled SATISFACTION
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you: futherest overseas- John D. Warren
I.i Receive food stamps. '. from Germany; having youngest GUARANTEED
Required: Letter of Decision ,childSheryl Elaine Derkman Allen
Or receive AFDC (her first child Is now 18 months
Card old). 473-7676
.- .OergureceiveMS Icaid Deceased classmates were

.... Required: Medicaid Card remellberedl.olliln! Palma\
Or meet the income,guidelines below: -

.... .' Income eligibility scale beginning July 1, 1988r ,
Family Size: Per Yean Per Month; Per Week: OWN
... 1 8 7,501 S 625 $ 144 YOUR OWN HOME

.,,'.'.,,,"", ',:, .. .' .$) ,I.:',2 :,'," '! ,10,049 837 193 ,
::"/. ," ',,,',;3' 12,597 1,050 242 '
." : ," : '' '
"',,'\ ;:. 'i<;5'4 ',, 15,145 17:693': 1,262 1,474: 291 340 For less. than you W,9ut'Cf.pay: rent!

: ;.
6' 20,241 1,687 389 ,
_. ,I ,
7 22,789 1,899 438 ,., .
." ,
8 25,337 2.111 '487 ;:"!: :,' 't '
Each additional.family member:
2,548 212 '49' N'o.'L

( Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the '? R, ow
,6 card.You must present your current card to receive commodities.You or r
Payment Closing
either of two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.. ,
Certification recertification or replacement of a lost card will be done Cost
Randif1andersEconolodge at the Outreach Center.None will be issued however during distribution. "" ''
( involve ing areas will be recertified.during distribution due to., J. ,OFFICE: ( '"' AFTER 5 PM:
distance ) 964-6633 ; 473-3028
Special notes Special days are set aside for the exclusive distribution' or
to the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing please bring or
a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. 964-7282, 43H039
USDA s Emergency Food Assistance Program is available to all eligi. -;
Under NewOwnership ,ble recipients regardless of race,'color,.national origin age sex or nan-. If ...
dicap.. ,
,1 [0( ,
3 BR,1 1/2 BathGriffis
I ., Distribution sites and dates! are as follows: Mcn"FrI.8a.m"'flSp.m. Construction \ Co.

The recent change In ownership of '
( the Starke Econolodge have Tuesday 7/19/88 Housing Project Community Center located at 855 Saturday -8a.m.III Noon Highway '301, South Starke''BRYAN'S
.. ,gone unnoticed by most residents may of S.W. 6th Ave., Lake Butler from 8:30: a.m.to 4 p.m.
, 'Wednesday,7/20/88 Housing Project Community Center.located at"us*
..mine areaawce not ens..the name. of I .. .
toe hotel will change. >- .,!Wv6th Ave., Lake Butler from 8:30.: a.m. to 12, noon. .

A corporation named the Southern
Lodging Association has purchasedthe 11 'moiuers
Starke Econolodge. The word ye. in such expressions as "Ye Olda Shoppe" Is pronounced iCE
The hotel will )Join the like the word the Th. letter y in Anglo-Saxon Indicated the same Jh soundas
corporation's other holdings in five, apparent in the current spelling fA .
areas including holdings in New
York Maryland and Kentucky. The 'Qn Sale
Hardware And
corporation also owns the well- "
known Pirates' Cove Inn_in Daytona Garden Centers i. '

Beach. SAL!ENDSSATURDAY.JULYn 8 H.P. 32'' Cut.' :,, 1',' \
According to new Manager Robert I \
Flanders the corporation doesn't
plan any real changes,Just a few im- I
provements to the services the hotel ONE'f
offers. Ato

Flanders says the corporation To keep molasses, corn syrup 'or honey from sticking to a spoon or
plans to upgrade the hotel facilities '!measuring cup. rinse utensil with hot water before uSing. ,
with improvements planned for the
restaurant lounge and meeting $99500

"J, space.facilities hotel amount just The to improvements an changes actual planned expansion,to exisiting will of not the GOING! OUT(OF) I BUSINESS' ;) $ I ;

Flanders says that he is very happy -
to be in this area"This is a nice LIQUIDATION( SALE
I hotel and a nice area to do business '
I in. I hope to get to know the people of TORO
fast/ .
the community pretty -
I Flanders graduated from the -

,University of New Hampshire with a THE PROMISE SHOP -
degree in business administrationand '
came to the Starke Econolodge '" :
from the Pirates' Cove Inn' in (Christian Book Store) .: : ,

Daytona Beach.Hagberg ., Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights P Free'V.I.P.- lice Club"

,Membership With Purchase
Family ''

Reunion Held r ONE WEEK ONLY ] A McCULLOCH tw1'1 ((50.00' Value. .

'' r
vet P..lnclud.
Margaret Hagberg was ,
I 'ro.bl..h..p.no ,
hostess for the Hagberg Family MAC 110, 16"Chain SawIncludmFflEEnu. 2..p.<.up & / .'
JULY 18 11 AM-6PM MON-FRI elf.ryN.cNLPail.
Reunion held recently at her homeon 23,1988 .. Financing Available 3.* 'Catiu'V dl(.couni.......on..d l IIn................,
J' ....... .......
Smith Lake in Keystone Heights. 042 NOON ...... .2- > 6 5 P.puniul..."y 1........d..7"'." .v. .
: ,The family ,gathered for dinner SaturdayEverything _f.III'c., ...Ask About Our J
Saturday at the EconoLodge in ma.n..ndbiod. .Y.erW.rr.ntll .'y_
,heavy duly '. ,
Starke., They also shared Sunday Must Be SOLDI .
'dinner at EconoLodge and later, ,
completed festivities at Smith Lake.' :ir.---'=- .'. ,oJ", ". ... ,,,
her eight brothers and ? "" ,' '" "',' .
Among ; ., :
o Limited to In- _
sisters attending were: Charles A.. Ia'LrR.7 Tapes ...,=,"" -," .'., lock Inventory ., '.. '" ',.':" ,<,1,'ii VMCCULLOCH {I\/";' "n,<,'."r$1 ,
Hagberg of Adel, Ga., Mrs. Dorothy .v.J/.,.': ... ,'These prices, '' ', ',\,, .J' < ; ., '(01',' ''' ,'' /
Plummer of Stuart Rev, and Mrs. popular Chrlatlan ArtlataBooka ... : 5995 supercede all other offer .! ., ":''. '; '.

John Mrs Robert T.James O'Keefe of Sarasota of Miami.Mr.Fred and of all kin daChlldrena Special Purchase Sl., Ct;;..p.r;Ai tl 0.t5 AMhiifUfd.F. ......v.Swvlc.. c..,..to K.v ,';".H.nh.. w............ ....,

.A.Hagberg of Hialeah Mr.and Mrs.. Booka '
John K.Hagberg of Mlddleburg Mr. GlftwarePlaqnea A 'MCCULLDCH' A "i It7JZL /McCULLOCH
and Mrs. Rodney L. Hagberg of St. PRdsc -
Petersburg Mr.and Mrs.Everett S. hlcb.d..FftEEREEsun.: Gas Power 14" Electramac
Carda Carda & More Cardallutfa
Hagberg of Hialeah and many oth.rfamily kN rah 1 a.|timm i UM. Saw
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Card of ThanksThe
EuniceMrs. Lake Brooklyn Civic Association. Garden Family Restaurant and the Tampa in Tampa after 33 years Graveside services were held July of Mildred
\ Survivors Include his wife, Elsie;i Branding Iron Restaurant until her employment. She was a member; of 12 at Crosby Lake Cemetery with family Douglas
Hammond wish to
.Mary Francys Locke Eunice a sister Mrs. A. L. Grizzaffl of Cor- retirement. She was a member of First Baptist Church Starke. Rev. Randy Mills officiating. Jones express
,69, of Lawtey died July 12 at her sicana Tx.,; a son,John Riley Smith Pine Level Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Funeral Home was. in,charge of ar and deepest loved appreciation ones who remembered to the friends her
residence. Jr.; three daughters, Caryl A. Survivors Include her husband. Lloyd Eugene Watford; her mother rangements. lovingly with their
Born in Jacksonville Mrs. Eunice Taylor Nancy' S. Alexander, and Warren; a son, Thomas Starling of Mary V. Kelly of Starke; stepson presence
flowers and food. Your
has lived in Bradford County for 39 Marl Lynn Smith; and five grand Starlce; two daughters. Mrs Kathy Ray Watford of Daytona Beach; and Tracy E. Yon prayers kindnesses
,years. She was a member of children. Guthrie and Mrs. Marcia Rhoden, stepsister Eunice Box of Jackson Mr Tracy Edwin Yon 31, of many were a great com-
fort to us in the loss of our dear
highland Baptist Church. Memorial services 'will be held both of Stark, two sisters, Mrs. ville. Starke, died after a drowning accident mother. God bless all.
Survivors include her husband Friday July 15 at 2 p.m. at Riverside Clara Moskovitz of Chicago and Funeral services were held July 13 at Sampson Lake Trestle. you
Julius S. (Jay) Eunice ;a son,David' Park united Methodist Church Diane Fing1 of California; two at First Baptist Church of Starke Born and raised in Jacksonville,
B. Eunice of Lawtey; several nieces 819 Park St., Jacksonville. brothers Chuck Moss and Moons with Rev. Ben Bryant officiating Mr. Yon moved to Green Cove Spr- Card of ThanksWe
and nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family requests Moss, both of Chicago; eleven Burial was In Crosby Lake ings, then to Starke. He was
Funeral services will be held Friday hat contributions be made to grandchildren and one great Cemetery with Archie Tanner employed ''with Apple Polishing would like to express our appreciation -
July 15 at 11 am. at theHighland the Jacksonville Police Chapel Endowment grandchild. Funeral Home of Starke in charge of System of Starke, and a member of for all the love and concern -
Baptist Church with Rev. Fund because of his Funeral services'were1! held July 5 arrangements First Baptist Church of Green Cove shown to us at our time of grief,
will Chisholm officiating. Burial longtime involvement in police at the Chapel of Archie, Tanner Survivors include his wife Cynthia along with our. thanks for all the
at Long Branch Cemetery, education. ArrangementS'' being Funeral. Home, with Rev Roman 'Mrs. Ann M. Wilt "Cyndee" Yon of Starke; a wonderful food, beautiful flowers
with 'Archie Tanner Funeral Home, handled by Hardage-Giddens Guar- Alvarez. officiating Cremation MrS. Ann M. Wilt, 79, of'Starke' daughter, Misty; a son Charly; his and cards.A .
of Starke. in 'charge of ar dian Chapel 517 Park St., Jackson- followed with Archie Tanner died Thursday July" '7 in Alachua mother, Bernice Corklin and step special thanks to Archie Tanner
rangements.Mrs.. ville.i .._. Funeral Home In' .charge of arrangements General Hospital of Gainesville father\ Harry Corklm,of Starke;four 'Funeral Home for all their warmth
'and compassion and to Bro. Wilbur
brothers, James Charlie
extended illness. Edward
following an
Alice ForbesMrs. Regar for his kind words and
Randall Earl and
Born April 24, 1909 in Orange, Eugene, Jonathan
'Alice Elizabeth Lapham Mrs. Lillian Starling Mrs. Mamie WatfordMrs. Mass., Mrs. Wilt moved to Starke 17 all of Starke; sister,,Tammy Lynn, beautiful prayer at the services.All .
Forbes, 76, of Ft. Myers, died Monday Mrs. Lillian Collins of Melrose, the love and concern shown to
'Starling, 67, of Mamie Viola Watford 64, of years ago from New York. She was a'
July 11 at Sw Fla. Regional Keystone Heights, died July 3 at the Starke, died July 11 at Bradford homemaker and a Seven Day Graveside funeral'' services were us will always be remembered justas
Medical Center in Ft: Myers follow Bradford Hospital following a heart Hospital ,following an extended il- Adventist. held July 1 at Pickettville Cemetery our beloved Tracy E. Yon will
ing an extended illness. attack. mess. Survivors include tour stepsons, in Jacksonville with' Rev. ''John always remembered, in our '
Born Sept. 4?1911 in Hingham, Born' and raised in Chicago., she Born and raised in Hillsborough Roy Bernard and Charles Wilt of Pollock officiating. Archie Tanner hearts
Mass.,..Mrs. Forbes moved to Ft. moved to Keystone ''about 15 years County, she moved to Starke nine New York and Daniel. Wilt of New Funeral Home was in charge of ar The Yon Family
Myers in 1987 from Starke. She wasa ago. She was a waitress for the year ago. She retired from Hav-A- Jersey. rangements. and Loved Ones'
homemaker and member of
Jehovah Witness Kingham Hall'of
Survivors include one daughter
Alice L,'Hoyt of Largo (formerly of
Starke; a brother Kendall T.
Lapham of Ft. Myers; two sisters
Laura L.. Hammond of Hawthorne,"
I, Calif., and Marion Wallace of East
Douglas Mass.; four grandchildrenand
several nieces and nephews;
Private graveside services will be
held July 19 at Crosby; Lake
Cemetery under the direction of GAS & APPLIANCES
,Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

John R. Smith '

'Mr.;'John R.Smith, 74,of Keystone ,- PRESENTS -'
Heights died suddenly July,11 at his
home, apparently of a heart attack. tMIt-
A graduate of the University of Ate
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his retirement in 1968. Upon' his -r;!<
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