Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 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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22 Qualify'

./ \ r' s

,I" To Campaign -

For Local Seats ,

by' Buster Hahn Pierce whose terms coincides with'
BCT Staff WriterTwentytwo that of the governor, 'and expires,
candidates have ,January '1, 1991.
qualified through Wednesday after-
'noon, July 20 to run In the upcoming chool" -System..*r' .
r r"r Sept. 6 primaries election, now six In the Bradford' County school
t 1 weeks away. system the superintendent and two
FY Veteran Supervisor of/\, Election'' 'school board member's terms will
Neva Flynn expects a big turnout of expire January 1, 1989, putting those
?, 75 or 80 percent. positions up for grabs in this year's:
Qualifying for county officesand, elections. '
,hot rhetoric, at the Democratic Incumbent Jim' Duncan is being
tional Convention In' Atlanta coin Challenged byDavid) B. Smith a
cides with record temperatures in former administrator, and now an,
Bradford County and throughout\ the agriculture' teacher,at Vo-Tech''
'nation. 1 Center ,
2 'The'week beginning Monday, July Duncan is 'completing his first
: 18, signaled the beginning of the real term of office, having defeated IBHS'
political race, both on the national Principal Charles Francis' four
level, and local politics, By Friday years ago, by a margin of 203 votes.
.' noon, the Democrats will have School District 3 incumbent Pro
'nominated, their standard bearers Len Schlofman has' not .drawn op-
,, for the nation's two highest offices, position thus far.
"t and exited Atlanta. In'' Bradford School District' 4 incumbent
County, candidates for county and Rodney Halt, .with more ,than 20
'state offices will be known, and the, years In office, has qualified for re-:;
races for the Sept. 6'first; primary electionand has drawn opposiion':
election, will be under way' for the seat, when James E.Watson,;,
Y --tfftVr The Republican National Convention husband of Brooker Elementary:
A : w will be geld in New.Orleans in, school teacher Joan Watson
August 'qualified,to run for the job I
r< Qualifying for; various city posl-,
.. Sets Flower Show...
f..awtey'Correchom. 'tions 'Starke' 'will begin Mondaynoon Sheriff's Race..,

f.awtey Correctional Institution (IAVCI) has set its 8th Annual Flower Tampa reeentlyrLWCI brought home 92 first place blue ribbons,.47 &e July 25, and end the following Sheriff Dolph Reddish, completing
Show for Saturday July.30: front 9 a.m.; to 6 p.m.at the facility's horticulture cond place: red ribbons, and 30 third place white ribbons. according to Coleman Friday noon. :
section.. ,' ... '" i i' ,' More candidates'are'expected to drawn Democratic opposition from
(Above, l-r) LWCI Vocational Education Supervisor Wayne Starling The i plants-ere l grown as a part of the 450-hour ornamental horticulture get in the races before qualifying two law enforcement officers and
Inmate Ronnie Davenport Horticulture Instructor Hilton Coleman inspect -' ,class which is offered as part of the vocational training program at I.HCI close at noon Friday, July,22. 'from Republican Bob Milner; tt in".
some of the cacti lcl1111 be !seen during the show;. :A free plant will be given to every \i isilor to the show and refreshmentswill ing' specialist with'the Florida
(, Plants of all kinds will !be on display with examples ranging from cacti!, be lIen'edIII day' County'Positions.., ,,Department of Law Enforcement:
t;' bromeliads, and foilage to tropical plants Many of the plants which will The show site located on (1t-2008.'off US-MI just smith of Law ley. In''the' Bradford County (courthouse Glen Moore, a veteran deputy in
'I ,be 'on display are those which IAVCI entered, In the Florida State Fair in'i ''Sign will,be up,to guide spectators ,to the show. all offices' are up for reelection the sheriff's. office, resigned several' ,

:..'" except Judge George 'see Candidates....., \';

.. Bills Riverside. ,$ for Polluting Water I Iby'

!. U "1Portf ::5V9tiW! .City .272.47Day: : '-' ,

'i _. Buster RahnBCT ( ions) requirements.The contents of ''The surcharge ,doesn't solve' the money.',i / coming 'in,:, the:problem 'as possible to correct" the situation.The .
Staff Writer'' the letter was discussed during the problem,',;.a, theme echoed by other continues." motion carried by a 4-0 vote,and
5.:', Dance.. A letter'' from city engineering 'regular commission' meeting Tues, commissioners' during .the discus (Silcox said, "'Let's get something Tucker will begin, billing the gur--
pTeen. firm, Bessent. Hammack and day, July 19, else'in the motion,, besides the sur ,charge. '
1''; '"Enchantment Under the Sea1' 1 Is Ruckman'advised Starke city council City Clerk Neil Tucker asked for rsion.City Attorney' 'Terence Brown' charge ,
,': ,the theme for a teen dance at the that waste water from Riverside and received approval to bill River' said "Something -will have to be Comiisloner Charles'' Schaefer, Riverside, Responds....
r, First United Methodist Church to Uniform Rentals exceeds standards, side a surcharge to recover the cost done?: 'who had made the original motion,,, Wednesday morning Bob Clayton,
'be held Friday Night, July 22. The ,and costs the city $272.47 per day to of bringing the' waste. water:, Into. Mayor Travis Woods'seemed to be revised the motion to include the requirement 'general manager 01' Riverside
i hours for junior high age youth are clean, the water to DEA (Depart .compliance. speaking for' the:council, when he' \ that Engineer Ruckman '
'/. 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Hours for high men( ''of Environmental Regula Commissioner.Vernon Silcox said, 'said, ""Regardless( how 'much ,meet with Riverside officials as soon (See Riversidep.8A; )
(i' :school youth and recent graduates

I".i, ''are An 8 admission p.m. to midnight charge; of .$3 in- Judge Mickle Has, Hampton Vs.' Marshal Case Under Consideration ::1

eludes five tickets for ..
r ; ,
f t"t'. U refreshments. Current hits will be 'wrongful dismissal.." He had been Stephen Mickle, Tuesday, July 19. Attorney Flynn outlined the situation In April, 1987, the i council voted't to'
(t,\ played by disk jockey Josh Bula. : by Buster Rahn discharged from his elective postion The council took no action following leading up to the disco issal, say dismiss Simmons for not doing his
. 1 ,The dance is open to all young peon BCT Staff Writer !'because he'wasn't doing his job," i Attorney Flynn's brief ingof, .the; ing problems began to develop in job, 'although Simmons told the
pie in, the community, "The suit between Hampton and its, according to. ,Town Clerk Gordon ,situation. late 1986, with the council complaining -, ,council that he had been injured' and;,
former marshal r Ray Simmons,was 'Wadsworth.! ''I"' that Simmons was not doing his'' was.unable to work-;:
U, 4 heard Tuesday July/,19, by Judge City,Attorney' Reggie Flynn told 'The'Trial I.... job, a part of which included twicfra-: ,Attorney Flynn told'Judge Mickle,
Library'' Programs,,.' Stephan Mickle and he will render a the council that Simmons had offered -' ,. Judge Mickle asked the attorneys, .'day' traffic control.at the local 'that the council did not want to
I, ? Bradford County Library will offer decision at a later time.,The Hampton -: 1 to settle the suit for$5,000, and to submit their final arguments in elelmentary school crossing. discharge Simmons, but he left na
. the following children's Programs .J, 1 council !had hoped to reach a received a counter-offer to settle for, writing next week, prior to his mak In early 1987 Simmons reportedly alternative. ,
... between 10-10:30: amon compromise with Simmons,' but was, 3000. Flynn said the $3,000 compromise ing a ruling told the council that -'1 will run the Simmons attorney, Rodney SlT\itb\'
dates listed:,. unable to do so. was accepted by Simmons, The non-jury" trial before .Judge: police department as I set fit" That said Simmons was never allowed to
Thurs.. July 2U i Pom-Pom Last Friday, evening,' July, 15, but for some unknown reason the Mickle dwelt on the procedures used comment led: the council to pass a 'defend himself, and was not
; -, Prestidigitation. Ages 6-12. Hampton council met in'a called deal had fallen through Friday afternoon in dismissing Simmons from the town ordinance outlining the, duties suspended prior to being dismissed,
', Tues.;July 26:: Magical Endings: meeting to hear :Attorney Reggie necessitating the Friday evening town marshal position with no men-, and responsibilities of the town mari ''Which is the Issue in the,case
}I Ice Cream Party. Ages 3-12. Flynn discuss the.situation. meeting. tion of' the compromise''offers shal,' and providing for his suspension
Simmons has, brought' a suit; The case, Was scheduled to be,, discussed In.th ,FtiJay': evening and removal. 'for( none Judge Mickle will render" a Decision -
(, Warner'Fo' tb lI. against 'Hampton officials for' heard in'' bench trial : compliance l at a later date.'
', "Pop .. .. :. a' by ,Judge council.meeting."j.;\i :. "
;}"{i Boys and Girls" ages 7-13: ,

ii ". Registration for Pop Warner Football '
Incrcas' .
?j rY', f' is set,for Saturday July 23 and Salary Board Tentatively Approves ..
()\ ; ., ,Saturday"'July 30, 10 am to 3. '
1\.(,' : 1>.m.; botfi days in the Winn-pixie For '.Go'unty'' tficials, .1
' : Shopping Center J! ,
1 h, Practise session to be held Mon ., Since 1984 $14.5, Million:.. SchoolBud t
:\': 1 day August 1, at 5:30: p.m., at the 1 ,

;t; .lair grounds. A $14,476,000; budget for the Brad--! school system's required local effortis "It gets eaten up fairly- 'quickl ,''

i ford school system was tentatively going up two-tenths of a mill.'The said Supt. Duncan pointing out that
1984, 1938 1989 o'Year approved Monday night, July 18. total new levy proposed is 6,199 $193,000 is going into raises for non-
Form..t ., lcr: Plans are to advertise the budget mills, down over one mill from last instructional personnel and another
; to, : July 28 and have the first of two required year, $195,000 is going into increased Costs
'; discuss the formation of a new public hearings! at 7 p.m. "You will see in the advertisement for employee insurance which I is going
i-r- "' Veterans of Foreign Wars Post In School Superintendent" '. Aug. 1, a Monday, in the school that the school board is increasingtaxes. up from $1,000'to $1,380 per
l? Starke. The meeting is set far 7 board administration building. Proposed yes, 'we'a re, but we don't employee for 88-89 which the school:
I:':, p.m., today (Thursday July 21; at $33,799 $47,190 $49,660' .. 47 % local school property' taxes have a choice," Supt. Duncan told system is absorbing., The employee
!: the Woman's Club in Starke.A '. will go down because the boa rd is not .the school board Monday night contribution will be $15.30, the same
I minimum of 25 members is required planning to levy the 1.5 mills of Supt. Jim Duncan announced the as last year,or less. ,
|; ',' to form the Post and all interested School Hoard Member discretionary taxes it levied in 1987 school system has 15 percent new ''There is also a $90,000 increase In
i!;\j: ; veterans are invited to at- to buy school buses and radios for money for 88-89 but that six percent retirement. .Supt. Duncan has also
ifi\ ,r,' tend District Officers will be present $9, 44 $12,729 .25o the buses.' of the new dollars is, tied up in
f; to answer questions. The total school tax bill will not go categorical funds which can be used (ISee BudgetP.9A)

';(V, ', ', Eligibility includes the issuance Sheriff down,quite 1.5 percent because the only for a stated purpose
\ i, >>, of a campaigning ribbon for "

f;',.;' i Pacific overseas, European service, such Theater as Asiatic'Korean $30,385 $47,190 $49,660 63 %' I Padgett-Simmons Race Set for Marshal ''I

!:, or Vietnam service, Occupation or.
i'411;; Expeditionary Ribbon such as by BusteHahn- Inthe; town government, qualified been non-parusan in alt prior elections. -
'I,'' Lebanon or Grenada, 'CI rk of Courts for the mayor's race. .
BCT Staff Writer Wadsworthand In a called meeting Friday even
" further information contact Councilmen Walden
:;. for
;; Wayne Troiano, District 14 Comm $30,385 $47,190 $49,660 63 % Qualifying closed for an Friday elective, July office 15 at in Ted Curtis qualified to succeed ing July IS, Padgett quoted from the
" 904/328-0098. Hampton themselves In council positons- towns laws,which state that
;}. .. mander, phone noon withl the promise of an In- a candidate must provide the
. '
V,'i',' Properly ,Appraiser : teresting campaign,in keeping with signatures of 10 electors when quali
,yk ," Hampton politics. Marshal's Position:.. fying. Padgett said Simmons provided -
I ', '' Upcoming.i ... $30,385 $47,190" $49660 63 % Mayor Elwood Padgett qualified but the Simmons is the former town marshal 10 signatures but only five of the
" :, public meetings scheduled in the for the marshal's position, relieved of his office by'the 10 names are electors In the town of
when former mar-
battle joined ,
;l", coming weeks are: was also qualified for, council last year"because he wasn't Hampton. ,
,I'," Bradford county Commissioners Tax, Collector shal Ray Simmons doing his job*,' according to Clerk Padgett then read from the state'selection
.;y\\\1\:+;,', will meet,Wednesday, July 20 at k97 the same position Friday morning. Wadsworth as quoted In the code, which state that supporting -'
,; .,\,: .."' 7:30: p.m. In Bradford County Cour-J, :$25,265'' ,$,47,190 $49,66 : %: While Padgett Is stepping down .Gainesville Sun. (See '!Story, signatures must the be of the
1 ,r.;, 1 ,,''I. ',: thouse. : from mayor the position will not go elsewhere concerning suit.)' same political party as person
,', j '::". ," Bradford County Zoning :Board Unfilled. Three persons qualified. to There is some controversy concer' seeking office.-The five' Hampton.
1; T. e.: ''will meet Tuesday, July 26, at 7, Supervisor of' Elections ',run in the mayor's race ning Simmons'' ,qualifying, according electors,whose signatures. were submitted -
In Starke City Hall to 'adgett and Wadsworth. are Democrats.Padgett'
p.m. Clerk Gordon Wadsworth, who
says' that Simmons I Is
> '
." Starke City commission will ,782 $38, 94 40,838 72 %, resigned from the clerk's position indicated
hold a workshop In City Hall, Tuesday $23 ? Simmons he Is qualifying wrong by either standard and the
, I July 26, at 7:30: p.m. earlier;this year but continues as as a Republican although the 'legality of his ,qualifying is ques
clerk, qualified t to run for mayor. '
SUrke Zoning Board will meet town's charter does not mention parities tionable. .
Thursday July 28, at 7 p.m..,In County'Comissioners ,, Councilwoman Amy J. Davis who in its election code, nor have Padgett said all candidates should
Starke City hail.Li. % has a year left in her current term, former candidates indicated party comply 100 percent with the law, not
$11,057 $ 4,323 $15,1'43 31 qualified for the mayor's race. preference according to Padgett. Just percent.. "If you're going to

11] Lowell Williamson, not currently Supposedly, town elections have play ball, play by the rules.

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2A 'i M: .KC.: ltu>u July 21,'1988

New Bradford County Ordinance Spells. Out Rules for Installing CulvertsThe

Bradford County, Commission discussed. Temporary culverts may driveway or road a lien will be placed on the parcel of resident provides. the fill dirt and The county can't oversee the culvert
at its regular meeting Monday, be of a' type approved by the A permit must be obtained from
served by the culvert and collection pipe. But a permit will be required, ordinance without a lee and other
July 11, adopted an ordinance superlntedent of roads, the law the Superintendent of Roads of made according to law. and the specified type of culvert re- ''counties charge for culvert permits,
"regulating the placement and states. Bradford County (J,B. Crawford), Completion of a draInage'' project quired.Reason. said Riddick. .
maintenance of culverts on county "The culvert shall be of sufficient and will be Issued without
charge. in In the Lincoln '
progress City area for the proposed law'' is "I'm against a fee. Residents pay'
roads and rights-of-way. diameter to permit water flow A waiver may be granted if the just ''south of Starke, delayed the that so many county' residents don't enough now," said Commissioner
The ordinance/to' be known as the volume so as to not obstruct free culvert is at the crest of a hill, for example passage of the new law for 30 days, have a culvert and their driveways Wilber Waters.
Bradford County Culvert Ordinance, drainage in the ditch." A metal cor- where blockage of the ditch at the request of Commissioner ,block ditches, plus timber cutters
stipulates that every private road or rugated cylinder, or pipe, no less would not I impede drainage,
Wilbur Waters,who said It would be put fill dirt In ditches to have access "It Is one of the few services we
driveway shall have a culvert In- than 18 inches diameter and no '
unfair to require a certain type of to timberland, Commission
stalled in the ditch adjacent to the less than 24 feet long, is specified.' If violations occur, a written 'culvert after some residents nave ,Chairman Lawrence says Mosley, can still provide free of charge
county road It joins. Or;, specifications currently in effect notice delivered by registered mail already bought one. And, the com- : pointed out Chairman Lawrence
by the state Department of will be sent to the owner. A 30 day Mosley.
mission amended the original ordinance Timber harvesting firms would berequlred'
Purpose of f proposed law is'to DOT period will be allowed for the The commission was unable to
froad Transportation ( ) for culverts owner to include a provision for a' to instaa
temporary its
keep county ditches, for used to the fault. budget without using left
open on state rights-of-way. remedy Thereafter, the temporary culvert, such as timber. culvert, rather than blocking over funds, Commissioner Riddick
drainage. Timber cutters blocking county road crews make the
may cutters need .
drainage ditches with fill. ''A tem-
ditches with fill dirt and residents It shall be completely covered and corrections and bill the owner for the County commissioners plan to pointed out. The time of free ser-
with improper types of pipe are 'be maintained by the owner of the expenses Incurred. If the charge is continue the county practice of Installing .porary Commissioner permit would Joe Riddick be required.asked vices is over, said Riddick.
blems commissioners have tongDanny which serviced not within 30 However, the vote was 4-1 against. a
land Is by the paid days after billing culverts free of charge if a "Will we have a fee? We .should.' culvert permit fee.

. First Budget Requests For 1988-89 Heard in County Commission Workshop I


by Buster Rahn explain their budget requests.The nish only half the matching fund, basis for next year's budget request Clerk's Request... Crum, representing Bradford County -
BCT Staff Writer, budget is currently $1.4 $13,000, with the remainder coming is
simple. Take the expenditures for Library, Bobby Taylor, County
Work began on the county's proposed million out of balance with proposed from sales its Clerk Gib Brown said his office is
generated the
I by opera. first six months of this year and Agent and Dr. Bill Lennon, who
$6 million budget last Wednes- expenditures exceeding anticipated tions. double the amount, adding funds for self-supporting, generating income heads the Bradford-Union Guidance
day' night, July 13, whencommis- revenues. Last ARC received by collecting fees for various services
year approx- areas In which there will be Increased Clinic, made budget requests bet-
sioners heard six department heads Commissioner Wilbur Waters ar- imately $10,000 in cash last year, and activity. performed by office staff. ween Bob Larimer and Sheriff Rdd-

t: 'rived a few minutes late for called $6,000 in-kind services. ''This year, Based on his formula, Reddish re- Brown, who is retiring at the end' dish. '.
work session, but'was excused by ARC is requesting a total of $22,000in quested an Increase of$78,879 for the of this year. Is asking for an additional Each of the three asked for funding
,Commission Chairman Lawrence, cash, and $8,000 in-kind services. ,coming year,from $647,895 in 1987-88 position for the office, to workin similar to the prior year, and
Mosley, since Waters had lettColumbia : .If ARC receives the amount of to $728 774 in 198889.Reddish : the accounting section. Brown ,thanked the commissioners for their
S.C* a few hours earlier, cash requested, it will spend approx- said he needs$1,400 in ad- said traffic fines now exceed$100,000per consideration.Clerk .
where he had 'taken a load of imately $9,000 for equipment, Including ditional funds for year, and a new position is Brown said Elections Super-
watermelons. a wood shredder, to disposeof from $3,600 to $5,000. He projected a justified to handle the increased visor Neva Flynn was invited to pre-
debris from the pallet manufacturing $6,000 Increase in the cost of feeding volume, and make distribution of sent her budget request; but declined -
1 11C Sunshine Industries.... operating In-kind services include jail inmates, not for the increase In' funds. saying "I don't want to follow
Bradford County's Association for some site work' paving, fill the cost of food, but for the larger' Sheriff Reddish.
r Retarded Citizens (ARC), which dirt and vehicle maintenance. jail population anticipated, based on Last year the clerk's office paid Sheriff Reddish is noted for taking
operate Sunhine Industires was recent census of the jail. $8,000 In'' terminal leave to two extended time to present his re-
represented before commissionersby Sunshine Industries serves 60 han- The sheriff has no control over the employees, which was not an- quest, often getting sidetracked by'
Bob Larimer, general managerof dicapped Bradford County citizens, Increase in automobile fleet in- ticipated, therefore not budgeted. commissioner's questions concernI I
the facility. Larimer says. surance and liability for deputies'' During discussion of the clerk's re-, ing the jail operation and other matters
Larimer told the board that unility City Auditor Harold Farnsworth Reddish said,but did not give a fixed quest Brown and the commissioners -, not directly related to the
{; charges will increase in the coming pointed out that a similar program figure Increase. talked about the'county', budget. .
year, since Sunshine Industries will In Union County is more nearly self- The largest single increase 'request health insurance, and its shortcom- At the end of the meeting Com

......... .... move into larger quarters in the In- 'supporting and receives, less public is $37,152 for 'an additional ings, saying that many doctors in- missioner E.L. Norman moved to
,; dustrial Park very soon.,However 'funding. Larimer said the. Union deputy, to be assigned to monitor cluding Dr. Len Schlofman, have contribute$500 in county funds to the
the crux of the request is to get local County program specializes in hor- drug activities.The request includes quit accepting claims on the Chamber of Commerce, toward the
''money for matching funds, to meet ticulture, selling ornamental plants both salaries and automobile ex- 'county's HMO, AMVET, because of cost of fireworks on the Fourth of Ju-
for'' Grant and trees, and has a contract with slow payments or non-payment.
i requirements. Title 20 pense, and Reddish said it is an "all ly.The
r Funds.'According'. DuPont Mines to set trees on or nothing" request. If the position decisions were made concerning motion passed 4-1,with Chair
B.ich.rS..In : to Larimer, 12.5 per- reclaimed land.Sheriff's isn't approved the car won't ,be continued use of the plan. man Mosley dissenting. Mosley told
cent matching funds must be raised needed. commissioners this is going to be an
City Commlulan. $..rtt locally,totaling $26,000. Sunshine In- Request.... Sheriff Reddish said he currently' Other Requests... annual event, and sets a precedencefor
t dustires requesting the county fur- Sheriff Dolph Reddish, said his has 8 deputies. ,Three department heads, Sue future contributions.

,Danny'' Belcher: r.

.Challenges Diggs.For'Clty'Beat. "....,

Danny Belcher, 53, a 26 year resident ,i MONEY DOWN ',\\
of Bradford County, has an- { ,
nounced his candidacy for the Group
1 seat on the Starke City Commission
currently held by Bobby Biggs.;
Belcher lives on Center Street with I
his wife, the former Shirley Geiger, ALEBRATION
and two sons, Jason and Travis.
'Three older children are grown.and FORD
gone from home.
.Jason works with his father in a 1988
mobile welding business,and Travis
attends Bradford High School.
Belcher is a welding engineer, ? lgers[ ;
operating' a mobile. unit"from, his NO MONEY Rangers ..
home. He plans to open a used car
business on US-301S, on a, tract DOWN
recently rezoned for that purpose.In .
announcing for the commissionseat
Belcher said, "The city com-
mission should represent the views ,
of the people it serves, rather than Less $3OO Rebate
personal interests,"
No Money

'{I eav Down
Grant QualifiesFor s.e 1

2nd Term

US House Bid :1988 FORD
;::1.988 .R nger" 1988Bronco t r

Congressman Bill Grant,. TEMPO GL : '.'' '
: ,, ; "X'( 'VK:;" "
D-Madison, began his campaign fora ; n. 4x2
second term in the U.S. House of Air, Cond. Speed Control. SUEERCABNo =_--
Representatives by filing quahfing i. Sale
Tilt Wheel Stereo
papers 'July 11 with the Florida, AM/FM :;'. : .
Secretary of State Cassette' ;: ,c .
ed. Air. AM/FM Stereo
Indicating his eagerness to begin 1- rO j t.!'\ r, $1 5"S.I / .V-6 Engine Luggage
the re-election effort.Rep. Grant fil- '" a s'AiC y 1:. 'Jt. Deluxe wheel Trim,
ed his campaign papers at noon July ,, : ': ... Sound System Cloth
11, the first official day of qualifying. 9'280 r, \ : 'tl'!, : Lesa $500 Rebate & Vinyl Seat Trim. RWL Tire*., $ '
'. Deluxe Tutone Paint.
Grant said that while he is proudof ', 11,595
the accomplishments of his first After Rebate Money'>Down! Sale,Priced at Only I
term in office,there. remains a .great' ( e ale.! \
deal to be done.
A bipartisan agreement on the
budget, which will reduce the deficit NO ,MONEY :DOWN, NO MONEY DOWN'' I
by $46 million over two years was a .
small step in he right direction Rep. 1988 Aerostar Wagon
Grant says the small reduction in ,Festival Plus
the deficit must be followed by Cloth Captains Chairs Air Cond.. \
'decisive steps such as giving the Privacy Class Rear Window Washer, ---, 2 Door. Cloth Bucket Seats.
president line item veto authorityand Wiper. RW Defrost..Auto. Trans., Speed 4-Spced, Air Conditioned
passing legislation mandating a Control.Tilt,Wheel XL,Trim$13,1O4 '
yearly balanced federal budget in After _.
order for the action to be effective. Rebate, ; 6,432 R J-
Effective control to combat the, >
trade and budget deficit are ,ab-'
solutely necessary in order that the
U.S.' government may meet, its' SUPER SAVINGS SALE
responsibilities for a strong national

defense, protecting its elderly) _

farmers million veterans.;' education, and the 28 '83.JFord,- 'Ranger '8 : Nissan !86'Ford, Escort '84 Chevy .,1984 ,Bronco ; II I'I'EingCab

Grant said he is grateful that the I ..4x4 ,,2Dr,8Iu.4-SpeedAC, S 1O Blamer 1Sp..d'AliTuton" "'
people of the 2nd District of the U.S.' $ $p.AC.PQII8cu AM/FM .Steeo' At C.on;

House trusted of him Representatives with their support have' en-for' Only 63,995, rw. $5,995 Only 4',9:95.' : 6,695 o'y'' '$5,995;

the past two years.
,"the advice of the people of the ( 1985 Chevrolet
2nd District has helped me in 987 ESCORT GT' 87'GMC4x4 86 Ford LTD 79 Ford F1OO ,

countless ways and I would be ,$p."d.'Ar"] Cassette. '4Spe.d, ,A/C, large Tr.s( 4.DOOf, Auto, A/C.AMFMa'p Flareside Celebrity
honored to have the privilege of ser- Sle"o, Good Jnlckll Auto, Alr; Stereo
ving the people of North Florida fora '
second term," Rep. Grant says., Only .$7',695 Only 1O,6'95' Only 6,495 Only $'1995 my $5,495
The 2nd U.S. CongressionalDistrict
encompasses 26 counties ,,1985 Chevy Van 1984 184 Chevrolet '84 I3ronco' II '79 Ford,

,The strung counties across are north-central Baker, Bradford Florida ""UCssengerAufOAlrCond.1;; 11W Camper.Celebrity, Wgn ;XLS Flareside'

Calhoun,Columbia, Dixie, Franklin, '.t.\' "Auto, Air Alt Cbndltioned'Loniy .

,Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton $ : $3 495 5'7' 495 ..1 995cSUPER
Holmes ,Jackson, Jefferson,, :5,7'.995' nl (7495 ply' Ii Oni
Lafayette, Leon,' Liberty (
Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, Union
Wakulla, Washington, and parts'.of SAVINGS SALETERWILLEGAR
Bay and Clay,.


Keep a whole batch, of
pancake warm while you 964-7200 473-FORD -
make more by placing 371-1O96 388-FORD ,
them between two or Starke Keystone Hgts 'f
three folds ,of .. heavy Gainesville Jacksonville,
'towel in a warm ove.it. 209 W 'State Roa 21.Pag .

Vote Moore for Less Crime


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l Cable TV Proposal Heard by Brooker: Councilby

'... ... .,

".",'.\ Buster Rahn Hren said BCI would like to install Melvin saId the large oak on city paving the way for the council to fill
BCT Staff Writer the antenna on the city water tank property died as result of disease the position before she leaves.
Brooker council heard and offered 3 percent of gross and bugs, and was a threat to other The council will be accepting ap-
a proposalto '
e r bring cable TV into the community revenues to the town for the nonexclusive oaks in the area. After discussingthe plications for the position, which
> franchise. A ,hundred situation with a representativefrom pays $400 per month. Brooker
during a regular meeting, Tuesday
subscribers at the basic rate quoted Sapp's Tree Surgeon, Melvin eliminated residential restrictions
July 12,and deferred action until -
its Hobbs by Hren will bring the. town about said he called the town attorney, for, the position more than a .year
attorney, Johnny can
> $40-$45 per month. Hobbs and told that he ,
Johnny was ago allowing applicants to live
review the franchise.
: Because of proposed a conflicting schedule Hren said BCI is prepared to offer could proceed with having the tree anywhere within/ commuting
Hobbs unable to attendthe essentially the same services now cut, providing an emergency ex- distance. Working hours are flexi
Attorney was available In
", area towns at isted.
meeting.Ron essentially the same cost. Basic "In opinion did ble.Send to box
my an emergency resumes P.O. 127,
Hren (pronounced Wren ,rate, $1395, with HBO, 'Showtime exist, requiring the removal of the Brooker, FL 32622.
senior vice president of cable opera and Disney available Jor$10,95 each, tree. to protect'other trees in the
tions for Buford Television, Inc.
per month .
area, said Melvin. Other Actions...
(BCI said his firm can install the
Councilwoman Sue Davis Melvin presented an invoice for
questioned In other
actions the council:
cable In 4-7 months after -
system approval
Hren about Increases in $600 for removal of the tree, saying Advised contract garbage collec
subscription rates, and was told to that he was told Sapp's Tree Surgeon
BCI tor ,Doc Drawdy to pick garbage
Hren told the council that up
look for rate
Increases 18-24 would absorb and write off the
of Cable only on public streets and to keep
parent company Friendship ,months,which seems to be the in- charge U-the council failed to honor off private
TV, has been in business since 1950, dustry property.
average. Hren said cable TV the debt.
and .Instructed the clerk to write CSX
currently owns television stations Is
de-regulated, meaning the rates
Railroad, asking them to
and cable franchises in Texas, improvethe
are set by the vendor
Arkansas and Florida. He said, "It reviewed or controlled, and are not The council voted to pay the bill, maintenance of the rail right-of
is a big-little company with the by any but councilman C.J. ,Stalnaker ex way through town.'Instructed :

,, ability to handle large or small cable governmental Since the council agency. pressed his displeasure by telling Marshal Tommy
w operations." was not prepared, Melvin "I do not consider this to Raulerson to submit a list of traffic
to render a final decision Hren said'he have been an signs needed in and around town.
1 BCI recently sold a cable fran will return at the council's emergency.
chise in Broward County,with 35,000 nience; to conclude the, Brooker has paid Sapp's ,Tree Instructed committee chairpersons '-
subscribers. It had begun the the proposal. franchise< 'Surgeon In excess of $4,000 in the to submit budget requests for
business several years ago, ,with Hren met with the Worthington past two months for tree trimming next fiscal year.
:" .' ." '3,500 subscribers. It now owns the Springs council prior to the Brooker and removal, all without bids. I JL:' Discussed water line and fire
NBC affiliate TV station in Panama meeting. nydrant\ with Guy Wayne Parrish,
City, Fla. Clerk Resigns... relative to the proposed store ,he
The nearest BCI cable system to 'Tree Cutting... Brooker-Clerk Cheryl Cox submit plans to build on the south edge of
Brooker is in Marlon County, at Anthony Council Chairman Gene Melvin ted her resignation, effective town.
,. I 4 4 Tam, RI and Citra. The area office is advised the council that he had invoked September 30. Agreed to buy posts, to erect a
located in Anthony,.,with the the emergency orders to have an Ms. Cox said she will assist her shelter for QR-10 vehicle. The
I' '. state office being in Boca Raton.The oak tree cut and removed by Sapp's replacement in learning the duties 'shelter,, less posts, was'donated by
.' corporate offlrp in in Tyler,Texas. Tree Surgeon., and responsibilities of the office! Brooker resident Leonard Booth:

I Starke 'Stars arc- 'State Softball Champions I


Getting through three' games Gag. 7. at Bishop Park in Athens' Mullms 2:4. Eric Nazworth 2-4'Bili 2-3.>James Carver 24, Tim Lewis

"i :..'I'j'' undefeated the Starke Stars won the Heavner 1-3, Tim Lewis 1-3. others 2-4, Billy Heavner M,Chuck Mullins
18-and-under Junior Olympics State Four teams, the Starke Stars, 0-7, for a 19-38 performance at the 1-3. Richie Barnes 1-4, Allen Wood
." Slowpitch Softball Tournament to Ft.Myers, the lake Butler,Bandits plate. Leading hitters for the Butler
',:,; :,: :,,::.: become state champions.By and Davenport the host team com Bandits were Matt Whitehead 3-4 14.The Stars batted at'a 521 pace for

i ,;I: ;',I"I",1 ,,".'.',", '. peted in the Florida state tourna Marcus Stephens 2.3. and J.T. the tournament. Leading hitters'
: \\,)'::,W\'"" I.I I. virtue of wining the state tour- ment. The Stars won the first gameon Henderson 2-4. The Bandits hit at a, were James Carver 6-8, Tim. Hardee
\\\,1\I .:;\,',1 ,,",,"", .. nament,the Starke Stars qualified to a forfeit when.the FlMyers team 371 pace, 13-for-35 3-4 and Randall Polk 6-8.
" !'I ; : represent Starke, Bradford County, did not show up. In Game 3 the Stars won 8-6 over 'The Stars plan to leave Thursday
',' and the State of Florida at the 1988 ,The Stars went 8-4 by the Butler! host Davenport to become state, morning,' Aug. 4, from the'Wmn-
'." Boys (Junior Olympics) 18-and-:, ,Bandits In the second game, hittingat 'champions."hitting" at a .546 pace,; 'Dixie parking lot. The Bishop Park
Jo I ...... under National Slowpitch Softball a 500 pace. Jamey Carver was, 18-for-35. Leading Stars hitters were field is at 705 Sunset Drive in Athens.
'I' .,. ': Tournament (double elimination) 4-4" Richie Barnes 3-4, Randall Polk' Tim ,Hardee' 3-3, Randall Polk 3-4, .The team will stay in the RamadaInn

'Thursday, Aug..4, through Sunday, 3.4. ,Kirby: Hildcbran, '3-5" Chuck ,KirbY Hildebran. Eric,Nazworth in Athens, '

, 'SGBA to' S

Co" 'Hold Meeting

The Bradford-Union: 'Chapter of Lei seen', PLANNING A PARTY?
Southern Gastric Bypass "
I Association will be ', 21st
holding a ChIECK OUT 'TIEESE
meeting for its members Tuesday Thru
July, 19 at 7:30 to 9 p.m."at the, Wed July 27th.. 4" "
Western Steer Restaurant in Starke.
Guest for the will At Our Starke &
t' speaker evening
,( ;(: Sc otin' Right Al ng0 .: be Georianne Hare:

l, :;" Carl Torode left), owner of the Ice Cream Churn/Lawtey Shell Station,. Sub. Teacher Course... Locations Ortfryfl! ;

-0-; ;,:, presented Jason Major of Lawtey (right. ) with the Freestyle, Scooter by SPECIALS
A Is offered at
"'" Jason won the-BCotc.bitlra 4 5 .jjx.wy! : I" a promoliotr the Ice Cream Churn.! Center open to anyone interested in, }
'0 becoming Lsubstituteteacherbr, ,
'LNpSM7 ,
f: teacher's aide. It is also open to all. p Isl.IT1LS W'l1tlD!
j N
personnel presently employed as I v
1 / ,
Vote Moore for Less Crime teacher's aides substitutes. For K q L gR
more information call 964-6150. 4-4 Wines :

( oj

J. h. TomlinsonSenior ". '1 I 1

Kick Off For Vacation Bible : f

;V.P* ,Scholl'j' a TO ._ S1

In Jax BankFlorida At Morgan Baptist Church fc :!rt Labatt's

( Starke Co. Rd. '233 v .ALl CANADIAN......N .1 uti 1K..!tp MqKMK Z Y
National Bank at Starke Parents Bring your' children ages 2-18. You ... rAM A MN "A'". C ux I ILU/lltr
(FNB) President J.E. 'Tomlinson
has been promoted to senior vice- are Invited to an Ice Cream PARTY on July.1J1 369',y14so 39912nl' 1575

of the Consumer Loan 23rd 'at 6:45 pm. Homemade Ice Cream and w _

Division of the 30-member bank games for' the children... Look around \ /e-.r.-kfnOJAatu ()l ''GRlnARI -2iq/i.iiA "VAW

,t I chain: with statewide responsibilities church to know the teachers. f 'orri9.t J' ttililwaOl vkee ,.USYPOUIIPUS ._ ,.. (J't .
and get 'Nr""A'U""MI .v N' "'::.' o' ......../WM. (I (If"..
,Tomlinson 53, will work out of the *MAK CAS. NHd/IV\K 'IL r""H N LILHTA CA..* :. r'IU ,SllTEII :::::,:;.:dN1I4..A S UTHI
FNB corporate headquarters bank r HJ2 179 //rK x" h-- 0 : "' 49
duties 189 745 .AAe :.OS 349 t--r: ; 6
in Jacksonville and U" t."A2725 ,At1.w .25 50
centered around policies and procedures 2 STORY 2 CAR GARAGE -
of the statewide Consumer 3 BEDROOM. 2 1/2 BATH 'Btodi LabelLOWEMBRAU MICHHOB. (;()l.It S1'AI. Riunitc ."..
j MilflIA'4N
Loan Division, plus training, portfolio 11-11 .NI(A"II'N .1N11T -."A''fdK'I I _....... ,
and will work MODEL HOME w IMNM .
on cen- "A" I' KA'
analysis, ; F j 4 I .w.
.. .........
1 [NMR7 VAK ehl. DIE '
A .M. CAtit .
tral recovery of loans.' 9501 NORMANDY BLVD. 9q .lkul 75D. ... .v...h ....... 'I" 17,61
Beginnng as a teller in the' then cop II 79C2 '2991188: .,... .1>0..
FLA. 32221 499 ... 499
I ('i"' Florida Bank at Starke in 1953, iw:.Iw,,..e.51.5 A'C sv.S*.HZf 50
.Tomlinson worked his way up. He NOTHING DOWN to lot ownerslll )
of the Florida a % / .7s. AIL.. .S,t1Al r1 Nl//Ak swLA
HOMY, '!> BAHN ELI.\ '
Bank at Starke in 1977. B .
m:= .. G WITH TWO CAt OAIAOIONLY'54.900 289
who has been active '
Tomlinson, very ; WMMR*Dunn>DUIWAMI a"M to'A"" 'ad'oro
In Bradford County civic affairs '
".' and has served several times as INCLUDES. : gED BED o 2.9"9'20L1'1A8&| | 169.1iOl 659'
president of the Chamber of Commerce .Cottar HotMnpKkicotmJ..VtadowiCvortc IOOX COMPUTi ON YOU LOT.' RM p.
says he has no plans to move .. _TIle Bo_** .....R/N. OfIATgAn UPPER rr..l 1 FW EARLY TIMES
to Jacksonville.' wd a ,- .
.Tomlinson's bank duties now are .Wood Kit.CcfetVcrMM ARIA* JACQUIN'S WHISKEY
branch and half .4 HinM C-toe rv U
I C half with the Starke IITIII
N..w ,
at corporate headquarters in 10.10."t.... 759
Jacksonville. A new president of the BUILT BY PROFESSIONALS I

Starke branch bank is expected to be" HaWno. Lw.Ru 11 As. 499 sra111i10o1 STILLBROOK
wns wn..erNa. r
appointed within a few weeks.', ",Quality Homes orE se fs BOURBON

line 149CAUOKWRITB PORCI// _ :: f, n, I i, E & J ,.......?_ 1 7S LITERBRANDY
Wortk'p'tinp "' m99
CONSTRUCTION '783-4600 :
( : 1 75 LITER
: tst
: : Reading'Program... .1499 .

The Bradford County Library
continues plans for a summer CANADIAN o

reading program.' Tuesday morn ( e'HTljJpAYk' .). :#" g: LTD
.: ., ings, 10-10-30: a.m., ages 3-5 jo p .. UIIR
: ? '
Thursday mornings, 10-10:30 '''.' ... 4 .U' 12 6 99 El
I GIN "'!'. Ino ,
1. a.m., ages 6-12.' Certified Family, Physician _
t.15unll LORD
r '
In Emergency... feii:
1249 1 's' CALVERT velr
/', ', Residents of Bradford County General Pediatric. tot..VI., CANADIAN
whose telephone prefix is 485, 468 'UUTO ,;f", t IS IITIR a "t
or 496 may call either of twoS & Adult DON O RKANMIDI ... .':::'::: 1 '
k.. : Medicine Do Q 1249
number in emergency situations, WMII RUM ;: -T
toll free, and reach the courthouse LITER "' .
1.75 -
switchboard: during working hours, CASs I > .
Hours '
; Those numbers are: by' '_' 1199 Y
3775122.l(l ] USHERS toRELSKA
376-1502 or $
After working hours, for juror ,AppointmentBlue SCOTCH

calls and rear non-emergency VODKA h/
courthouse ,
business MPMOOr 750'1IL\ /
"4 '" .'. ,r hours, call 375-0209.: Cross & Blue Shield 1,73 IITIII f'tz 599 ?
," ,'' 71.11 I
PPC PhysicianOffice
S '.',' s;"'I', ,;'" Correction..t! .D. _' -" Ambassador "s" ":

'i. i',', Buck Norman and his eldest son, DARK EYES ''We7

:,:" ,:::.,,r; Sonny In Norman growing, are tne 16 ones acres Involved of- located behind + VODKA 51 t f:!' III Ill. 'II

',' ; r .watermelons on SR-229 Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center L- I .e / Ra. CA'(If'. ..1299
: In its July 14 edition. The 1i 4 9Q 71"
: Telegraph Incorrectly reported that Phone (904) 496-0092 sin
Buck Norman and his younger son,

Sweet Timmy watermelons., were growing Sorry.the Crimson;'' Evening &'Saturday Hours'Available

.r-The: Editor.,

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Page 4A, TKI: .K.KAPIt: .luU.il: '. IMHetriroKiALs
'. G\:\ Whatever happened to the old penny postcards that
"" :' '{.;" {told It. .Hint. > of Starke In colorful pictures man j ear
.: ? They were a good advertising tool to mall out of
.5. .
; '
!.'\\ ",, .',, ::,: : ,n1< D town and were on laic at local drug stores and,novelty
'; ::1"'P: : :: \" 'r '''-.} 'mss II hops. Their popularity has faded In recent years, partly
"' : .'' 'lc n.S, ''' perhaps because the one cent stamp that used to
,,' 1\\, --I .' 'jl",( L e)\ cJ: I carry them anywhere In the U.S.A. now costs 13 cents-,
7 C) l a price Increase of 1500. Here are a few cards from The
( Telegraph's collection, gathered over the years
Democrats Come Together': This 9(> ce for Addr... O.)) I -

I: .{
( In Unified EffortThe < (

:, The "Fireproof
Gacaer"1; occupied the

wisdom of Governor Dukakis's U.b. Representative Jack" Brooks. a \ building Furniture! where Is located Badcock to

choice of Senator Lloyd Bentsen as his fellow Texas Democrat calls Bentsen"a day. This site wa*,
vice presidential runningmate is born leader" who understands and originally used by a Cotton '

'dramatically illustrated bythe fact that cares about the problems of average, i gin., housed in a
McGorey and Americans. A former judge he brick building, later
super-liberal, Mary super- county covered with stucco.
conservative George Will both gave it came to Washington in 1949 as the con- Starke's original Gulf

high marks on their political gressman from a South Texas district, Oil dealers FreemanRegister
scoreboards in Monday morning columns and served three terms before return- (father and

Anyone who can get those two to' ing to Texas to enter private business, grandfather and Freeman of FreemanII Ill>

agree on anything has got to be doing' He won his ticket to Washington by purchased the building
something right.Evidently '. ,defeating George Bush, who was then a about 1921 for use as a '
two-term congressman from Houston. garage and his Buick
Bentsen the catalyst
was : .
Texas Democrats ,said to be elated dealership- secondin
needed to reach across the entire
spec Is
Florida tie probably
trum of Democratic ''party philosophyand at the prospect of a Bentsen-Bush' the man behind L-E .

'meld all degrees liberal, censervative :: rematch 'of political powef- in 198&V the steering wheel In : ,, '

and moderate thinking,into one' although not running .for the same ofj this

united front, with one purposeto win. fice...
the November election. Bentsen chairs the powerful .Senate

']In addition to Bentsen's leveling influence Finance Committee,'and is regarded as

there is also the pragmatic fa.t.thathe t a key player in' the areas!' of monetary

can likely deliver the Lone Star'' policy and international trade. Since
taking the reins of the Finance Committee -
state's coveted twenty-nine electoral] This one-cent' v
in he has championed such
votes. 1987 postcard was postmarked -. ,
causes as welfare reform trade legislation Aug. 27. 1917 and
'According to Will, "Whether or not ,. and catastrophic' health care. He depicted a patriotic
Bentsen brings Texas to Dukakis, he' was also instrumental in .the.. successful parade during World
will force Bush to expend precious Senate ,effort to override President War I days. The boys,
resources of time and money that he s tt dressed in khaki
Reagan's veto of the trade bill becauseit
will need otherwise to climb out of the uniforms and the girls
contained amendment
providingthat :
an in white dresses and
,hole he is in in California," Will gives large industries must give their hats, all carried

Bush low marks for having a "one track employees sixty-days notice ,of plant, American flags and
mind intent 'only on portraying closings. s) ,v were followed by what
Dukakis as a high tax',, anti-defense,' t: appears to be a donkey'eal1.
criminal-coddler.... charges that the George Christian former press photo."i ss ty1 Hj.p' The bearer of the ,
large flag in front was '
secretary to President Lyndon Johnson, 1
polls show .just don't wash 'with the Wilbur Scott, son of Mr.
votersThe said that Bentsen's selection as the and Mrs. Fred A. Scott
Democratic Part "s vice presidential '
Building at far right Is
,convention scene' on television nominee sends to'
an important message the old Hoover Bros.
Monday night dispelled any lingering the nation.."Bentsen is so popular here Studio on E, Call St. I,
doubts that the Democratic Party would he will make inroads'for Dukakis in Next: to It Is building

present a united front ,in' its effprt, to Texas" and could carry the state for the now occupied, which by'' AcmeHardware
regain the White House in 1989. was
Democratic ticket
: then' the Odd Fellows
Dukakis'and ''Jesse Jackson emerged The Florida delegation at the convention Hall.

from a three-hour meeting Monday, in hailed the Dukakis-Jackson, con"
which they were joined by Senator Bent-
ference as a sign of unity within the part
,sen, saying' they will present a united ty, and State Chairman Charles

front in ,their goal of defeating Whitehead said "that unity will grow as ,

Republican vember. candidate George Bush .inN the days go on"Party ,. :' : ;' ( : .\' ,

unity is just as' important'to
There is no doubt that Bentsen will bea Jesse Jackson as it is to Mike Dukakis.

great asset to Dukakis, not only during Without it, the Democratic Party would
the campaign,'but also in his dealings
lose its best chance in many years to \
with Congress,- if elected in Morris Leviton ..ndd.ugh..r.
regain the White, House and neither
November. He is equally a man of Rosa pose In :
Dukakis nor Jackson would have a front of Lev I ton's dry 1
,Texas and a man of Washington, and political future in that event. ')' goods and clothing store Y
knows'the political ropes of both. next to the City Barber M.L6YIT'r
Shop on East Call.,J.M., i

Claude Kirk Back the Scene. ., Manning's f'Cheap .
on, ; '
Cash"grocery store and ;',: ''r
I' '
Alvarez Shaving Parlor "

This Time As Democrat ,' are next" in line. : ',> '"" ,;\";::/, .

'. .
Florida's" 's ex-Governor Claude goal that he failed io achieve., ,;'

once a 'Democrat, then "a 'This time he says his mission is to t ",,' "
(running for Governor in 1966)), the Philistines and the Pharisees ) ," i

a' Democrat'again, has the temple with their PAC' : ,t it"

intention to run for the U.S. Political Action Committee) money"" ( ....;- sz a:

vacancy left by the Kirk declares that most other Senate
Florida's senior senator,Lawton .sail!! ,
.., tes are addicted to PAC, funds ?
He will compete for Chiles' seat "when someone is addicted you get,

Democratic ticket along with off the habit, get them ,off the

Representative Buddy You don't elect them." An Open LetterTo
and Florida Insurance Letters to the Editor
Ocala, He'll run his campai'on "dollars for J The Governor
''sioner Bill Gunter Kirk
; And Legislators
door-to-door .
Gunter, :,with strong criticism,, out"a $1 contributions, campaigning, especially in the We are writing this letter in regard to the
all know that Florida has '
--- Starke PraisedAs hazardous waste facility that may be constructed
he claims to have tried to im .
'patsy' ,for the insurance in our area,
"Small Town :
Governor. contribu
rove as a Larger :
under Gunter" ,, It's. been a will] be received only from people Innocent Victim With A Big Heart" We feel that this facility would be a great
debacle. ,disadvantage and hazard to the people of
knows '"will not favors in Critical of Eckerd's
expect, ,Dear Editor; our communities. The trucks transporting
Now 62, Kirk 'was ,elected ." Shoplifting Alarm I recently spent ten days in Starke. The ,hazardous waste materials to this facility

Republican Governor in 1966-, A spokesman for Rep. called After making a purchase at Eckerd's in purpose of my stay was to comfort my dying ,could possibly endanger every community
to dwell in the Governor's MacKay Starke I attempted to leave the store and mother and thep bury her.But while in they pass through due to accidents. Our
,since' Reconstruction' days."After entry 'in the race "terrific.., He the "s, pliftlng alarm" went off.. I im-, I,Starke I learned a lot about the kind and present road system cannot handle addi-
pleting an entertaining but enhance the media attention,'and mediately returned to the cashier for help. caring folks! of your town. tional traffic that will come with, such a
The have been assuredwe
''sial term as Governor, he more people running, the better. ,Nothing was found t 11 I The family's task was made easier facility.will receive money will we not be sufficient for, '

the Democratic fold remarking In the meanwhile, Kirk is waiting' in ,because of the dedicated staff of the Brad- plant and road repairs.
'i am sure that lam not alone in the partticular ford Hospital who worked tirelessly to ease
for what is to be rand
wanted to" go to Tallahassee wings; sure a situation. the suffering of both my mother and the If onetenth'of one percent of the hazardous -
Republican "to straighten things if his old game plan prevails.. family. Special thanks to Dr. Gianas who waste is made in Bradford County'
I Innocent was always available. Also, to Bert and even less In Union County, then why
was also of any shoplifting. .Williams of the Archie' Tanner Funeral should we take care of it all? If most of the''
crimes but was subjected to the humiliation waste is created down south should
and embarrassment Home who always had the right words.:A then it
caused by the J there! We feel the of South
thanks for stay
alarm off and the ,special the outpouring of kind- people
going subsequent
pro ness and love that flowed from the Florida are acting like children, who can
,Window service at V.S. Post Offices across the nation will cedures. members of the First Baptist Church. make a really big mess, but aren't respon-
return! to normal levels In September after a cost-cutting ,sible enough to clean it up I
.- be done and The kindness and compassion was found
reduction in hours last February. I feel something should can
P.0. Will Return ; be done to improve the alarm system at all through your community. I know now As the youth in these counties we careas
The announcement was made by Postmaster General Anthony -
Eckerd's in Starke Let's all please write why my mother loved Starke so much. much as our parents do because we are
Frank who said U.S. Postal Service managers had been the President of Eckerd's and complain I!11! Starke is the small town with the big heart. the future of these communities.
to find enough! savings In other areas to end the cut! In God is smiling on your community today.,
to, Full, Windowable service, which' has-caused! some.Inconvenience, to the Innocent Eckerd's Shopper Ray Watford V''\Beth McKinney Sincerely and:
general public
Alday, : S.Daytona,Fla. Aimee Ferguson,Starke,
Service inSeptember. Starhe' new pot(master, Ellen Davis, sold the total(
number of hours of window service here will be ,restored but,
; :' ." there could be possible changes in scheduling. She said the
", public will be Invited to have Input Into the decision since "we. '
) want to be open during! hours that suit our patrons the best." Forestry,, County I I'to
Information concerning customer,pre/erences Will be
solicited through retail surveys;survey card,.and lobby Interviews By David Norton ., 6,000 acres in Bradford County"that
with patron: The public U also Invited to mail in County Forester Sign up Now MAY qualify since the requirements have'

; their suggestion! concerning the new schedule of hours. Sign-up for the Conservation'Reserve For CRP Program, been reduced.He advised any landownersif

Program! July 18 till August 5 at the ASCS the land has any slope change (such as
Of licet This program was established by ,grasses on erodible cropland. near a major creek or river), there Is a
the U.S. Congress in 1986. Purpose of the good chance of that land qualifying under
in' the Conservation
New changes
Areas that nave potential to
'fI is to give the farmer or lan- thI'.P.rogram.
program Reserve Program now allow some lan, qualify under this in Bradfordand
I downer incentive ($) for planting trees or program
RID BRADFORD COU' downers in Bradford and Union County to union County are New River,
grasses on highly erodible cropland take part in this program. Any landownerwho Brooker, Graham Worthington Springs,'
I The landowner offers the VS!)A.ASCS an may have cropped a field for ANY two and Providence.' '
13 annual rental acre that he would years from 1981-1986 on soils (determinedby
; tel.cs trgrapfr''p accept for rater a particular the Soil Conservation Service) that are' For further information on this program

t O oy ,acreage for a. 10 year period.If erodible can sign-up under this program. contact here In any Starke of us or at Lake the AgricultureBuilding Butler for

t I (/ .toe O.fERGUSON..JOHN M.MKUK the landowner's. rental rate is accepted Acceptance of any landowner in CKP details. 'The next sign-up period runs from
;.t ...NIsM.s will be' based on: (1)'the soil that was until Remember
TION by ASCS, the agency will pay the :July 18 August planted
farmed is erodible (2) the field was farm
Published each Thursday end entered on Second Class Matter at rental rate to the landowner for a 10 year ed in two out of the; five years mentioned; pines pay!
the Pest Office at Stake Florida,under Act of Mach 3. 1879. period. The landowner will also agree to
the rental
and ((3) price acre by
per quoted
field feel have
place the erodible in permanent Don't dismay you you may
{ Phone 964-0305 Subsoiption. < Rate h Trade Area: $1 400 per yean $8 CO six months such as pine seedlings or grasses.cover the landowner Is acceptable to ASCS. read this article twice. It is such an important '
t.O.Drawer A;Work, Florida Outside Trade Area $15.00 per yea; $8.60 six months. ASCS will reimburse the landowner up to According Fletcher Stephens, District ( announcement I wanted everyone to
50% of his costs to plant either trees or' Soil Con erv tlonist"there, are from 2,000 know so I wrote It twice!lk.


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July 21, IS*) 'TELEGRAPH PigeSAof'the

Stacey Denmark shower Honoree '

Stacey Denmark was entertainedat with bells and doves in the bride's aaC
a Bed & Bath Shower at the homeof chosen colors. Several finger foods (c? : ,
Mr, and Mrs Joey Reese on were served Coffee was served on ,
Thursday, July 14. the porch with "wild plum" muffins ,,
Stacey and her mother; Mrs. J.E.. and strawberry cake. ,J iiofre 'Nfws
Denmark, were presented with corsages Hostesses for the occasion included -
when they arrived. Designedby Mrs. Elaine Smith, Mrs. Jean :, ,
Janelle Reese the corsages were'' Shuford, Mrs. Cindy Hart, Mrs, ,
I made from cornhusk flowers from Cathy McDonald, Mrs,Janis McKinney -
Tennessee.The Ms. Jenny Holmes and Mrs.
guests were served "wild Shelly Marchese.
plum" tea on arrival. Individual Guests included Allison Denmark
Julee/ Wise Bridal
gifts were opened by Stacey, ,(the bride's sister) and he- grandmother Shower Honoree
'The food table in the dining room ? Mrs. Newell Alderman of
featured an iced cake decorated, Oxford, Fl Julee Wise, brid lect of John L. Mrs Michael Tierney and Ms. Judy
Tinsler was honored on July 8 With a Cason presented the couple with a
miscellaneous shower at the home of waterbed sheet ensemble to com
Underhill-Green Rehearsal DinnerMr. ) Mrs.. Neil Joyner memorate the occasion.

Corsageswerepresented to the Teen Dqnce Saturday
;' and Mrs. Reggie Underhill ring of peach (flowers was the focal honored gueststhe bride-elect, the '
'. were hosts for a dinner honoring point at the head table The buffet bride's mother Mrs. Wallace Wise, At First Methodist"Enchantment
their son" Gary and his fiance table and piano ,were similarly/ and the groom's mother, Mrs.. Under the Sea" Is
".- Eoline Green, following their wed- decorated.The Lester Walker the, theme for a teen dance at the
: .r..f. ding rehearsal on July 8, bride and groom presented Each guest gave the couple ,a First United Methodist Church to be
;:" ; preents to their attendants after the.. favorite recipe. After opening many held\Friday, July 22
'The fellowship hall of the First delicious meal. lovely gifts, the guests were invited The hours for junior high age are
,. Methodist Church of Starke was The guests included the wedding to,the dining room for refreshments. 7-11 p.m.
,decorated with the bride's chosen party, parents, family, friends'and ,and recent high'schoolgraduatesare '
color throughout the room. The out-of-town guests of the couple. The The refreshment table was 8-12 midnight
1 .. rr Jik U-shaped table was beautifully bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs covered with a white linen tablecloth The admission 'charge, of $3 in;:
'I,', decorated with peach tapers and Jesse Sublett and aunt, Mrs. Nancy centered with a pink silk floral arrangement eludes five tickets for refreshments.
flowers, used in the center of the McAdon from Murfreesboro, Tenn.
'. i Current hits will be played by'disk
:: ,,": '.: table. ,A large hurricane lamp in a ,were! among the guests present. Hostesses Mrs. Neil JoyTier, Mrs: jockey.Josh Bula The dance is open,
Dolph Reddish, Mrs Willard Pass, to all young people in the community. -
\ ,;: \ .

.\,' ,, Eoline Green Honored by Showers .- .

Eoline Green; bride-elect of Gary The table was covered with anarmynayy
'., ., Underhill, was honored at a lingerie cloth With a center arrangement
,, shower given by Mrs. Marian in the bride's chosen color -
," ,,'\ Douglas and Gayle Douglas at their Seated with the bride were her'''
home on June 28. Upon her arrival, 'attendants, friends, mother Mrs.
the honored guest was presentedwith Harry Green, groom's mother, Mrs.
a corsage.The Reggie Underhill and the bride's POLYESTER & COTTON SALE STARTS TODAY
bride-elect received many grandmother, Mrs: Boots Green.
Mr.and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez useful and beautiful lingerie gifts. ,The hostesses presented Eoline a
Refreshments were served ,in the cup and saucer of her chosen chinaas KRINKLE.FABRICSRE SpC1C
I dining room from a beautifully ap- a momento of the occasion.
[)I Robert Green 'served cake. The Mrs. Faye Andrews and Mrs. bSyOii E
:f,', UJ';" < I> 'Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Alvarez Celebrate hostesses presented Eoline with Virginia, Johns,
'. lingerie items as a momento o( the Jean .
'\\1 MJj; 'l,it, ;"; 65th Wedding) Anniversary' July 1st occasion.Special guests were the bride'smother : 'Eoline, Green, *was* honored at a SPA BIKINIKNITTING Ml I 99< _rn

/ if v;: t..'""\," ', recipe-kitchen shower on July"'7 at L..MI, :;:: T Irx
Mrs. the
''j Harry Green )
st } hWWr.C"\ '
;', ,' ,: Rufus and, Kathleen ,Alvarez of When first married, Mr. Alvarez groom s. mother. Mrs. ReggieUnderhill" the home of.Mrs. Bernadine, Early 35c ...k r I I.MI. Y11yP.
,': \', 'Starke were honored on their 65th farmed and hauled cross-ties for his' and the bride's grandmother Hostesses for the occasion were / fOIYFSTERI
) ''f{ wedding anniversary, Friday 'July' father. He later farmed on his own Mrs. Boots Green. Mrs. Early, Mrs. Carolyn' Eaves, COTTON
,'" 1,with an house for their '... I k Mrs. Gladys Hobbs, Mrs Ruth
: i open until he went to work at the Florida :Johns YARN S OXFORDS
; Mrs. Vickie Eaves, Mrs. Andrea ,
j ;- and friends '
I:':'",,::: ": ly The Open House was given by State Prison in 1955, retiring, in 1969. Fellowship I Hall: of the I'First Waterhouse., ,Ms. Carmen'' CREStON / r' .,4y 1 M,1
Methodist Church of Starke was the, Eaves and Ms. Donna Moody,
" ". children STOCKS< Of V. .,
< their Lavon & Margaret Both have both always been activein IAIY WINTUR INTIRt .It
of dinner for arrival the honored
scene a family Gary' Upon .
b.n Oii I
" Alvarez of Orlando John L. & Hilda church ,and
i .'." ( farming, work caring. and Eoline on July 2. The hall wasbeautifully mother, and the groom's mother' ANGORA VOGUE ..voll.bl.ACRYLIC .
Alvarez of Middleburg, Duke & for their family Even now, MrsAlvarez '
decorated for the occasion 'were magnet kitchen
presented corsages
I I Mary Lou DuBose of Jacksonville,'' at the age of 85, still has a Rq.A/t.a SIMPLICITY OPEN WEAVE
I 1' Owen& Julia Alvarez, Roman & garden for his family and CASEMENT
v'i any Hosts for the dinner were Mr.'and'Mrs A fun game was played by the :
!,I\\<': ',, ,"' j,,: Betty Alvarez, Jerald& Pat Baldwin friends that stop by. They always Donnie Hardenbrook; Mr and guests' Alter which Eoline openedher PATTERNS T A%
'; ; %r of Starke, and Daniel& Marilou care for others., They'' both taught Mrs ,Joe Bakken,' Mr. and ,Mrs. many useful gifts which included, 5 limit ;3 with .., f II DRAPERY
, ,1 1. I Alvarez of Marietta. Ga.? all of Sunday School at Pine Level Baptist DeRitch Green, Mr. and Mrs LeeHardenbrook some great recipes After the gifts I Lblc.vths. ifI
;,1" ;,,(""t//: '! whom were, present to help them, Church for' many years until their: Mr. ''and Mrs. Mark were opened, the guests were invited, ., -t-XIIItIIIIILIII'III''' FABRICS
\\{\ "/)"" celebrate. health wouldn't let them and are Hardenbrook," and Mrs. and Mrs into the dining room for POL nUll"' COTTON' ,II DICOIAtOI COLOIS'
11.\\:'; f r Their home was decorated in pink still active in all other areas of the Richard DiPaola.A refreshments, The table, was ION WOVEN IIRv '45"' Wid* *.
' J fJtj{.;J,,, anniversary cake .as the central children,carrying them to church all. As a momento of the occasion, ''cloth and an arrangement in a ,.
1J1'f'i! point of ckertable and teaching them the ways of the the honored couple was presented a miniature Cola case ,Mrs. Boots 3/754 3 ="27 LINEN 9get.
W' f >h,. The was covered In' Lord has always been first in their potted plant. Green, the bride's grandmother, IS"wiA. 87t
''y' ... .... N 0 W... .
",/; '! ,'r pink with a white lace skirt overlay jives.Mr.. was) among,the guests present. is. J r. N R.q.2.11 U.
, ,, ...t- ; The top tier of the three-tiered cake and Mrs. Alvarez have seven '
';,:;(,, ;j,;:K Yt ..,held, arrangement" of pink and living children: five sons and two 'The China Restaurant was the set
'" "," i < ,mauve flowers; wedding bells fend daughters. Their oldest son, James,. ting for a bridesmaid luncheon givento '
the number 65. This cake was joinedby died at the age of 13 from rheumatic Eoline Green on July 6, Upon ar "
flowing pink and mauve ribbons fever/'They have 21 grandchildrenand rival the bride-elect was presented a
i to two satellite cakes with the years' six grandchildren.. ,corsage by the hostesses,
1 1 1923 'and 1988 respectively. The (
I i.. punch table was similar to the cake
table and also held an 11x14 picture
I of Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. Free Free Free
Cutting the anniversary cake were
,,' r Misses Rhonda Alvarez and Kellie

Baldwin. Pouring punch was Miss ( -> Hotdogs & Cokes ,
Stefanie Alvarez. Attending the
guest book' was Miss Mazelle ? July 23rd 7:00-8:00pm: 'ie ,00
t a DuBose.All of these attendants were 0
At The Bradford
granddaughters of Mr. and Mrs. T

Alvarez.A t1 Riding
large wooden heart'covered in '
l raft blue satin held treasured family pictures i Club--301
of Mr, and Mrs.Alvarez and \ .
{&r > :+>/ their family from their childhood to ) North-Fairground
the presnt. A, host of family and v Sponsored By'
;(ff"/ friends came by to congratulate Mr. ;Sheriff Dolph Reddish
,, and Mrs., Alvarez on this happy oc
+ casion. Come and watch

E"f)l Owen Rufus Alvarez 'and : were\' Exciting Barrel Racing,
FP>;ir; : ? Kathleen Underhill Alvarez '
r,, married on July I, 1923 at the home Free
', of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John r
Lacy Underbill on' Rd 100 West Inf. 964-7871 I
behind Pine Level Baptist Church.
As soon as they were, married
'\ they went straight to their home on':
Bayless Highway, which was only a"
4 woods road at that time. They have
t q never moved from that home
although Mr.'Alvarez has completely NOTICEBEGI'S.TER
ly redone their home Inside and out.
,,1 t $t ,'' Mr. Alvarez the son of the late
Roman M. and Mollie Conner
'} Ia yq '' :Alvarez'was born Nov. 26, 1902 in rl'sI1'
fps ltr, f4pr; Bradford County and raised in the ,
Water Oak section. Mrs. Alvarez. ,
the daughter of the late John Lacy '
t'F.' 4S il'd and Hester McRae Underhill, was
' 'r born Dec. 19, 1905 in Bradford Coun-, ,
ty and raised: in the Pine Level sec, ",.
tion. /;


,'Birth. .
',\H, ')j\r--" : ," 1" ; :,",, ; "
Allen Michael/ Kirley/ /

''Bernard 'and Anna",Kirley announce .
the birth of a' son,_ Allen Registration' Books .
Michael, born May 14 at Yokota AirBase .: '

;i ff, Ake b,: Maternal in Tokyo,grandparents Japan. are'' Close For When ,you telecommunications: system

r1. ,tts}; and Russell Paternal Jerry and grandparents Kirley Carrie of Gnffts Abilene are of Bernard,Starke.Tx. ,1st and 2nd Primaries from Centel, it's tailored to fit. '

Allen will be visiting her maternal
,, + v Tsar ,
and September.paternal' grandparents In Looking to try on a new telecommuni Instead of a l large capital investment

August 6 1988 cations system? Why not outfityour, busitalk to Centel about customized telecommu-

ness with a convenient and cost-effective nications rental We'll make a system to suit

Glenda Johnson 5 Centel key system rental plan./You won't your business perfectly.Wherepeople.

Shower' Honoree p.m. ,have to invest in any new equipment t and, yet

Glenda Johnson, bride-elect of you'll get'a' brand new up-to-date system.;

Deby Ruise, was honored with a Election Office It's yours for an installation charge and a
miscellaneous shower given by' 'Open
f fi'r'' t homeof monthly fee "
at the
Alexis Colby. Cummings
Miss Frieda Holmes on Saturday, Sat., Aug. 6-9 a.m. to 5 .p.m. We'll tailor it to meet your exact

June 4.. fications-'never too much or too tittle.spedCENTJEL
the bride-elect was
Upon it's'a flexible system too, so you'can
presented with a corsage. After' '
,, opening the gifts, the guests were invited PHONE. : 964-6280 alterations as'you need them. We'll handle L :M
r' 4 1 Into the dining room for Neva Flynn everything from installation to maintenance' :;

,. refreshments. of I connecteCwlM.t988
as part our agreement.
.y. I Supervisor of Elections'' ,: ,.,,.
,' < 'Bradford County.
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Page IA TKI.KUKAPII: July 21. 19118

Mr S Mrs Pat Welch
Honored ,
r / ,Program. :.Ends July'26l'wenty4eveD

For 25th Wedding Anniversary' to five children age three Pigs,, mice, birds and monstersare
created and
devoured their'
all waiting to be assembled and
j 4 very own "Har Balls" at the tenth '
A reception given by'family and.;, Out of loved. .
town, guests for tht? program on the 1988 Summer last least
And but
friends honoring Mr. and Mrs. not Tuesday,
Pat occasion Reading Program schedule at
included Mr. the
_. and Mrs. July 28, will be the last inan- ex-
Welch'on their, 25th: wedding Lewis Welch Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bradford County Public Library tremely successful summer
anniversary was held on July 10 at. Scanlon and son Michael. Mr. and During the July 45 19.minute schedule.The activities will begin at

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mrs Sam Harris and family, and children decorated cupcakes activity,and the ,children 10 a.m., and wil be open to all .\\I
three to
Jackson of Starke. Mr. made Hare Whodinl ages twelve. Activities -
and Mrs.
Billy Richardson puppets.
will Include make
Arrangements of yellow and "Hare Balls' were the best said ; your own
of Madison/ ,
a pinata, prizes and treats.
white were used, ;throughout the Also Mr. and Mrs. Larry Welch r Library"Pom Director Porn Sue Crum. So appear and be hynotized by the

,rooms open to guests,These'werd and Mr, and Mrs. Kevin Burnett of which'la on the Prestidigitation agenda for library "Magical Endings of
.the colors used, in Pat and.l,Pfltsy's: today, their 1988 Summer Reading Program .
Hilliard, Mr and Mrs. Joe Johnson / (Thursday,July 21) should prove to ,
wedding in 1963. 'flic guest\ book of Lake City Dr. and Mrs. George be another magical event for the six For further information call
table! wus ,covered with a while to twelve year olds who come to Join '
Weeks pf Glen St. Mary, Mrs.Pete'Webb .In the I'.lt"mfOn'Aranual 984 8400.
Army-Navy lace cloth over a and Mrs. Avis Day of

yellow,skirPhotos Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs, Chuck

of the couple' on thcir. Jones and family) of Gainesville and : Salad Supper Hosted by UMW I
wedding day were displayed beside ...-
,Mr.; and Mrs.
'the guest book, The food table was Palatka. Henry Player of', Members' Kate Struth Group brook who turned the meeting over
covered with a. white Daniel D.Martin Two of the United Methodist Womenof to Vice President Linda Smith.
First Church hosted the annual Linda, introduced the guest
lace cloth over yellow; salad supper duly 12 in Fellowship speaker, Gainesville District U dW
A variety'' of finger foods cake Daniel Martin Han" (vice President Dot Rowe of

and punch were sc{vd.( The. three- Former Resident Giving- Senior RecitalDaniel A warm welcome was given to the Keystone Heights, who spoke on the

tiered cak$ accented ,with'yellow Selected OCSA new pastor Rev. Dwight McQueenand Reading Program and goals of the
D.:Martin,son of Ralph and University College of Fine Arts is his wife Carol who offered the district.
roses was topped ,with the same Outstanding College Students of .Charlene Martin of Starke will pre- noted fOr its outstanding Division of grace before the supper. Approximately 40 members and

'bride and ''groom' figurines which America Is pleased to announce sent his senior organ recital in the Music, ,and in particular for its A brief business meeting was conducted guests enjoyed, the delicious ,food
were used on the original wedding Teresa C. (Cathy) Rlcharde has Phillips Recital Hall at Jacksonville 'students majoring in organ and by President Oleeta Harden- and fellowship

been selected as a new member University' on Thursday, July 28 at 8 piano' performance. These talented

cake.An : of because of outstanding merit and accomplishment pm.This I artists are, performers' .in JU's
arrangement 'yellow
as an American college .. recital will complete Dan's various ''ensembles recipients of
enchantment dillies. white' student. degree of Bachelor of Music' 'In numerous scholarships and awards, 450'Foot Tower Erected North of Lawteyby I

carnations tipped with silver, white Cathy is the granddaughter Organ Performance. He is presently and are active in community affairs.

fugi :mums and miniature ,Mrs, H, M. Rlcharde, Sr of S.arke. in organist of Riverside Baptist Church The public is invited to attend this operate during working hours. The
Jacksonville.Dan Buster
pompomsb was used' as a recital which will include works of Rahn new tower transmits around the'
began piano and organ BCT Staff Writer, '
Mendelssohn and :
Bach Vierme. clock.
Centerpiece on the food table:> ; :The studies with
; Eoline GreenShower'Honoree Mrs. George Canova.. Jacksonville University is located at Residents of Lawtey are getting ,
cake' and silver' punch'''bowl .were His studies in piano and organ in col' .2800 University Blvd, North inJacksonville. used to the yellow blinking light that ,Cable TV Tower.*.
'were circled with lege have been under. Professor appears in the ,
ferns and flowers.' William Saunders at Jacksonville town. night sky north, of Hurst Communications, holders of

,to match the centerpiece, The home of Bernadine Early was University The ,Jacksonville While >It a franchise to operate cable television
Mrs, Hiram Chlppcl'nHldc"1nd the' setting ,of ..a Recipe-Pantry !-!,-- the North appears Star it is to have replaced in Lawtey, has petitioned Brad-

.cut the take: ,Pouring punch was snower: July'7 for tonne Green, Michelle Kimutis Vacation Bible School,I atop a 450 foot tall, radio really a light ford County Board of Adjustment to
bride elect of Gary Underhill.The ; tower own, 100 ft. C.A.
At Hop Baptist ed permit a TV antenna on
Mrs. Church
GlynnMorgan Misses:\ Lynn' Power and '
25 guests present enjoyed a 'Makes U oj FPresidentHonor Light Co, owned by Ralph Edwin
,:and 1 Amanda Welch (daughters Vacation Bible School will be held (FP&1.). Marling
: of game ,about Eoline's life'' and the ,located 1.3, miles west of
I 1 the honored Couple) kept the guest opening of gifts. Guests were invitedto Roll at Hope Baptist Church August. 1-5 ment County Board of Adjust- Lawtey.This '

book. Assisting in serving'' were bring a favorite recipe the Ingredients Michelle Lynn Kimutis has earneda from 6-30-9 p.m. more than approved erection of the tower is the second time Hurst l Communications -
and/or something to it four point grade 'All children. ages 2-youth are invited a year ago in late March,
Mrs. Rick serve average during 1987. has asked for a special
Welch ( in law It
) provides radio
: the to attend. will communication
from or prepare it with. Fall and Spring semesters at the Transportation exception. 'The first time was,
'and; Mrs.. Rodney Jackson, Mrs. The picnic motif was used University of Florida's College of be available. For more information for FP&L in a large area, including cancelled, when Hurst was unable to

Larry D. Andrews. Mrs. Kevin, throughout the party rooms. Pharmacy. call 4734188. Hope Baptist is located Farms the communities of Penny come to terms with the property

Burnett, Mrs. :;Larry Welch,, Mrs, Refreshments ,of :Coca-Cola and She has been named to the Presi- on Hwy. 100' between' ..S.arkeind! ,Keystone, Heights Lake Butler Lawtey ,owner

Mike Scanlon,,. Mrs Jim Lewis fingerfoods were served from 'the dent's Honor Roll and has an overall, ,Keystone ,FP&L and' Starke. The Board of Adjustment will hear

,Mrs.Leroy Jackson. party table covered with a red and .3.88 grade point average. towers. Heather already Faulkner owns, two area the request Tuesday, July 26, at,7:30: .
) 'white check cloth centered with a Michelle is president of Kappa Ep- PHOTOGRAPHYBy Board told the p.m., in Starke Hall
daisy arrangement, in a wooden silon (pharmacy fraternity), vice'' Cathy Wooley'9i4 Adjustment but they only Cit
Vote l\Ire'r Less Crime Coca-Cola container..' president' of Rho Chi (pharmacy''

,Kitchen spatula corsages were honor,fraternity), secretary of Phi ; 51 or 9646066''WeddingsEngagements'
presented to Eoline, her"mother Lambda Gisma (pharmacy leadership '
rnoldYoungbloodEngagement Mabel Green, and Gary's mother, fraternity)'' a member of the Anniversaries; TOT MOOSE ,rotlESS cum I

:Told Marion Underhill. Academy of tudents of Pharmacy''', "lllor Free Consultation ,

Patricia' Eoline received a place setting of' and a Kappa! Psi Little Sister.. _-.l...:.....! .._ Today' ,' _
\t Mrs Arnold and Mr.;
her chosen silverware as a memento vaiecuctonan ot ner 1984 Bradford
Larry Youngblood announce the ap of the occasion. High 'School graduating,:class,': (
proaching marriage ,of their Hostesses for the evening were Michelle graduated from Santa Fe '' 'CALL NOTICE
daughter; Tracy Leigh Youngblood,., Gladys Hobbs Ruth Johns, Carolyn Community College in 1986 and will \'I7\d'*?: ''J.j 1 Sealed bids will ba received by tha' 'APPLICATION FOR REZONING I

to Darryl Edward Morgan. Eaves' Andrea Waterhouse Ber- graduate from the U of F in 1990 :!, >; k'f e'f m Board of Bond Truitaaa the City of ,CRAIG SALLEY has mode application,

: The ceremony will be held at the nadine Early. They were assisted,, .. Michelle is the daughter of 'Mr, Iii \, s......, Florida at ttia City Hall InStarka to tha Starka Zoning Planning Department
STarke Woman s Club on September serving by Carmen Eaves, Vickie and Mrs. Edward Kimutis, Jr. and ; I,I '.."'," Florida, until ':30 p..... on Tu..- for raclaulflcallon of the property
17 at 7 p m. Eaves and Donna MoodY(,', granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Edward day August 2. ItM, at which time and described below from 8.3 to B.3. Parcel I '
Kimutis, all of Starker place all bid. received will ba publicly' 02993-0-00000( In Section 28, Twn. 6 S.,
,opened and road.aloud en tha following Rng. :23 E., located 743 S.Walnut Si.- k/a
.Furnishing a twelve-month ,supply of Executive Pork off Wet side of U.S. 301 ,
27.000 South of CSX track North of Ed-< '
.000 to pound. of Chlorine, Ina1 spur and jjf

,. ;,.' -... ,k.., ..',.. ..""..mot;,, ," t/fI .rot. W 4ri :r ., M.. ""to1p \ ?.:'. PUBLIC/ AUCTION v"tip. ,, tan cyll....... pjnd,batoned. m?(SO Ib,If 1 tweEd! Hood to b. used f9r;cjomrjiunity: \,
'{ 4'' 1 br :., Nolke It hereby given that en- Friday, ,.cylinders. delivered to Sartre. ,Florida.To ., commercial development.... .. ,
July, 22. ,1988 ot 9:00: a.m.. CSC ,Mini be effective an data of bid occeptanca. This proposed change In claisllkatlon
ELECT Storage,. Hwy.. 301 South, Stork., will is subject to a public hearing to be held
sell at public auction for cosh the following Tha sold city reserve the right to accept b.for.. Sto.... Zoning Board on(Thul.
: or reject any or all bid.. day July 38 1988 at 7:00: p.m. at the
'OBay 21.--Esther Williams, and BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES Council Room of Starka City Hall.309 N.
Bay 3--5heila! Hornsby. CITY OF STARKI, FLORIDA Thompson St., Starka. Florida
2tchg7/U-2) By Noll L.Tucker At this tlm. all parsons, both for and
Control 0777 City dork against this proposal shall be hoard as
GLENMOORE 2tchg 71421Control specified m the Sto.... Zoning\ Codes.
i --- I 07M The Zoning will make a recommendation

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD (' to the Slarke City Commission ,onr this
COUNTY FLORIDA. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS application at their regular scheduled
CIRCUIT CIVIL No. 86-526.CA FROM ATTORNEYS FOR hearing set for Tuesday Augus ". 1988.
FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK,. SPECIAL PUBLIC DEFENDER ,at 7:30 p.m.. In, the Council Room of
V formerly known a* SERVICES Starka. City Hall Stark., Florida. ,
FORTUNE FEDERAL SAVINGS, Th. six countle of the1 Eighth Judlclol At this time the Starka City Commission
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ,Circuit ore ...king member. of The will maka the final decision on the
Plaintiff. Florida Ear to contract: far providing proposed opllcotloo offer having, two
'VI criminal representation to Indigentcu .Co public hearings,. advertisement and
.5 FOREST DRAWDY, ..d who cannot b*represented by the, polling. All person Interested In this,
(, ,KATHY N. DRAWDY. wife,,. Public Defenders Office bacauM of e application are hereby given notice of
.t 01./, conflict of (Interact, The contracting attornay >; time and place for the two public hearings .,

:< \ l' : County: Defendants. ,will .. assigned non-coplol required.. .
NOTICE OF SALE felony' mldemaenor, traffic and 'Director.!

Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto ,juvenile ca_. Zoning* planning
f. the Final Judgment entered In this Th. contracting will' baSeptember Stork. Florida
cause,.In the Circuit Court for Bradford 1, I.... trough Jun. 30, ..Itchg 7/14
Floridc 'I will ".t. or langar parted that ... /
County; ; sell. the prop.rty any may ,Control 0774 ,
( situated 'In, Bradford County,. Florida .11..... upon.Tha total number" of COM* ,
.'As Sheriff; I 'Will ,' described as,. I to ba assigned and the rats of companlatlon -' I,
: : ', ', : /111'' ; cols 9 art 1f>",Corllotto Unit'.t, accor, / will bo negotiated. A copy of the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
"i .;' : :, \: .; \'I\.il: {:\ ll;,'!it.'I/ ding to Plat:recorded in 'Plat Book 3, currant year! contract may ba obtained REZONING AND AMENDMENT,
:' 'I ".J"",., Page 14, Public Record of Bradford from the Alachua County. Alto....,. Of OF THE LAND USE PLAN
I ., Be',An Active Working : :I County Florida .. 'An ORDINANCE amending the Com.prehenslve .
Sheriff'i; : :;: ;r,. at public'' sale, to' the highest and best Statement of Interest must ... su''bmlttad land Usa Plan Element and

',.f >,","Y'i: :", bidder, for cash at the Bradford County to .the Office .-the Public Mop by City of Stork.. Florida In occor.i .
Courthouse. Storks, Florida at 11:00: Defender. .0..2120.3. North Main dance with the local Government Comprehensive
Provide 21.;Hour 'Protection for .Bradford A.M., on August'31, 1988. Street, Gainesville. Florida 3202. no Planning' Act of I97S as provided '
,CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT later than Friday, July 22.. 1"'. Th. for In Chapter 163 of the Florida
County, By, Cathy Higginbothom statement should et 'forth, all prior Statutes.TO ,
Deputy Clerk criminal casa experience,' and op* ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayers and other'
,2tchg 7/21-28 pile. reference
\ Interested .
,Control. 0782 2tchg 7/14-21 'You and each of you are hereby and
T H-h" Control 07" accordancewith
Establish and herewith given notice In
a Progressive EfficientLaw
'PRIMARY ELECTION' .. Florida Statutes that th. Board of
I. Travis Woods,Moyor-Commlsiloner NOTICE OF INTENT City Commissioners of Storks, Florida;
Enforcement: Program:: ,Within, the of the City of Starke. 'Ia.ldaby virtue of TO CONSIDER ENACTMENTOF have designated the Starke Zoning and

the Authority vested In me by law. da .. PROPOSED ORDINANCE Planning Board la conduct a public hearing
Department hereby call a First Primary Election to .b* BY THE BOARD OF at a regular meeting. held at 7:00: ,
h.ld at the Hall In the aforesaid COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF .
City City p.m. In the City Commission .meeting
of qualified veter en Tu..d.y.Sept.mb.t BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA room of Stork.City Hall. Starke. Florida
13 '19M. A.D., for the NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that an tha '
; purpose on Thursday, July 28. 1988. and mak. a

!!t Establish 'a, Close Working' Relationship; ONI COMMISSIONER of electing: the following, officers* the let day Board of of August.County 1"Cemmlulonan', et.lOiOO AJM.of' recommendation.. and to the the Board City of will Stork.Comml..lone. conyeider .

With All Law Enforcement CROUP I Bradford County Florida. regular set' 16 88. at
to on Tuoadoy.Augu.t |
Agencies ..
: For Two '1'_.. ton to ba hold the Board mooting
the same sold place at 7:30: p.mi an Or-'
at the Bradford Courthouse.
room County
Eliminate.the', Growing Crime and Drug ONI COMMISSIONER .S...... Florida,will consider me dlnanca relating to: ,
Th. '.""'Int of tha following described
following ordinance, and the
\ Problem 'Within ... \ ,,GIIOU3; property and amending the Corm,
: Bradford ,County Per Two Year, enactment ORDINANCE thoraafsAN REGULATING THI .prehenslve. land Use Plan to provide
that land zoned R1C and
.PLACEMENT currently
i designated by the plan as Residential
GROUP SPar 'MAINTAINED ROADS AND RIGHTS OF low density be reioned to 1and
Have An Active
Auxiliary Made Up of Two Year'INSPECTORS WAY REQUIRING PERMITS FOR INSTALLATION designated light Industrial the propertyof

Lucille Godwin Margaret WIIIlam1Clara 'SI'ICIfICATIONII PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT Acres out of Parcel 02844.0-00000, Sect.'
Colsan Shirley Andrew AND PROVIDING AN'EFFECTIVE ,27.Twn. 6 S.,Rng. :32 E., located In East
Agnes Dlnklns 'Margaret DeSwejOleeta DATE. ''Storke,, off South Side of E., Brownlee

Work Very Closely with the Schools II < Lucy White Herdenbrook Christina SernandlrK Harmon Icily The svbstenc* of the contemplated ,(Hwy. 16), for business office and ,
: Ordinance to the regulation of placement storage of heavy equipment.You .
on Crime and .Drug:.Education<<:>> '"::, ,: ., .ALTERNATES and maintenance of culvert en are further given NOTICE that a'
,, Elvira DeVoeMargaret Cavnty owned or m.inaln.d ....... copy of told proposed ORDINANCE is'
.\ Moore:; Sold. contemplated Ordinance may ba available for your Inspection at the of-.
ClERKt Impacted I tha. public .. mo office .. lice of the Director of Zoning and Planning -'

Carter the Clerk ./the Circuit Court. Bradford 209 N. Thompson Street, City.Hall.
, \ Kay In Testimony whereof. 1 hereunto County Courthouse......... Florida during Stork.. Florida..
i; I subscribe name end cause the Seal the regular. butlneM. hour el B...... Each and every parson having any Interest -
my affixed to 6.......Monday through Friday.All whatever In the enactment of this
P of the Town to b* hereunto this
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT 7th day of July. I"'. A.D. Inlaiaetad perrtee may appear at proposed ORDINANCE should appear
Travis WoodsMayorCommisslots.r old meeting and ba .hoard with respects and be heard at the time and place
.l" ......... prescribed.
;1\\ .
12th of .. BOARD OF CITY
' ,ATTEST)Nell Tucker Dated thto day July. It.
Pd. Pol.Adv Stella 7/M-11 2t dig 7/14-21 ItchO 7/14
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July'.21,18N8 TELEGRAPH Page 7Ai

.. this application may file hl./hat' com' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Cooperative right of way easement A meeting will-be held at SREC In Live

i ". { e. Y ,; .;, :. '," ments in writing with the Regional Director ,' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR across the Southwesterly 100 feet of the Oak ilt.. the Main Office, '119 Wilbur
% "::9 I, .,'f'". 'iI! _...' of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corwporotloit BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA. above described lands, said easement Street on August 1, 1988, at 10:30 a,m.
> -
/t" ;
; at Its Regional, Office, Marquis Case No 88-88-CA-P being recorded In Mlsc, Book 19, page All those, Interested In the program
One Building 245 P.achtr.e Center' INSILCO CORPORATION, 11. and Official Records Book 46 on should be Irt attendance. .

Avenue, N.E,, Suite 1200 Atlanta, ,,0 Connecticut corporation;;and page 604 of the public records of Bradford 7/212tchq 7/28

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- protest the granting of this application CORPORATION, a Connecticut corpora\ nonexclusive easement for' ,Ingress, '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I I. tion. and utilities between State Road NOTICE QF INTENT
FORD. COUNTY, FLORIDA such has a right to do so If the egress
S Civil Division Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford person filed with the Regional Director Plaintiff, No. 225 and the lands hereby describedIn Suwannee 'River, Economic Council,
r COM No. 87-S44-CA County Florida, under and by virtue of a protest nonconllden- vs an Instrument recorded in the public' Inc., hereby announces Notice of Intentto
6, 1988,
by August
in R. the of Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out file' DAVID ALAN MARTIN records of Bradford County Florida In administer the Low-Income ,
Morrlog : tlal portions of the application are on
; JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON, of the above-entitled Court, In the in the Regional Office as part of the PATRICIA ANN MARTIN Official Records Book 212 page 509, Weatheriiatlon Program In the S county
abov.-styl.d cause, hove I.vl.d GAGNON to the Final ''SREC Service from the '
Husband upon i the following property situate, lying public entered In the case pending in said time to end of existing contract.
fll. available for public Inspection
' VESSIE LEE! JOHNSON ,and b.lngIn, Bradford County, Florida, to tion. Is business hours. Defendants.NOTICE! OF SALE Court, the style of which INSILCO COR. It Is anticipated, that approximately
during regular
Wlf.. ,wit:, MERCHANTS ( SOUTHERN BANK NOTICE Is hereby given that the PORATION, a Connecticut corporation. $S340.944 will be spent on weatherlzo-
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE A parcel of land lying In the Southeast 3345 N. Main Slr..tGaln."III. undersigned, GILBERT 5, BROWN, Clerkof and MILES HOMES DIVISION OF INSILCO tlon materials before July 31, 1989. All

NOTICE 1 IS HEREBY GIVEN to, quarter of Southwest quarter {SE 1/4 of Florida the Circuit Court Bradford County. CORPORATION 0 Connecticut corpora. materials purchased must meet,
final pursuant SW 1/4)) of Section 31, Township 7 South, Florida will on the 17th day of lion Plaintiff, vs. DAVID ALAN MARTIN minimum standards as published! In the
a summary.[udgrmnt of for.cto.ursdat.d Rang. 22 East, Bradford County Florida:; August, '1988 at 11.00A.M.: at the front .PATRICIA ANN MARTIN, and' ED Federal Register Materials ore securedby
Jun. 28, 1988, and entered InCase MERCHANTS 8 SOUTHERN BANK
said parcel being ,more particularly door of the Bradford County Courthouse, GAGNON, Defendants. Case No. Suwannee River Economic Council;
No. 88-344-CA of the Circuit Courtof OF CLAY COUNTY .
the described as follows: Comm.nc. at the In the City of Starke, Florida, offer for 88 88 CA-P4 Inc., Issuing a purchase order to participating
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for 100 Commercial Circle
WITNESS hand and official seal of { V.ndor based
Southeast corner of sold Southeast sale and sell at public outcry to the my on prices
' Bradford County Florida wherein quarter of' Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Keystone, Heights Florida highest and best bidder for cash the said, court this 13th,day of July. 1988. quoted. All local building materials suppllers'who -
VESSIE LEE JOHNSON, Is the petitioner, 7/7 Stchg 8/4 GILBERT. BROWN desire with
SW 1/4)) and run Wesi along the South i property described as follows to do business
and JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON Is the Control 0756 .
Clerk of Circuit Court Suwannee River Economic Council Inc.
boundary (hereof, 90 f..t to the West Lot 9, BREAM WOOD, an unrecorded
respondent I will sell to the highest end By Cathy Hlgglnbotham should submit letter to the Executive
boundary of the right-of-way of State subdivision of Bradford County, Florida, a
best bidder for cash at the front door of Deputy Clerk Director, P.O. Box 70 Live Oak, Florida
Rood 325: ; thence North along said West PUBLIC AUCTION Mid lot being more particularly described ,
the Bradford County Florida Courthouse ,boundary 964 feet to point of beginning. NOTICE Is hereby that Man. as follows: situated In Section 4, 2tchg 7/21-28 32060, so slating :This letter should be
: at uoo the 3rd day of given on .
: a.m. on
Control 0779 postmarked before 1 1988.
August J, Vendors ,
From of described Township 7 South 21 East Bradford -
August. 1988 the following d.acr b.dlprop.rty point beginning thus day 'August I, 1988 at 10:00 o'clock Rage ,
will be
North said West County Florida. A parcel of land v' i selected on -<}uololymOI.rlol.
contjnue along the '
A.M., undersigned, Gale
said final
as set forth In )judgment REQUEST! FOR BIDS for lowest prices.72t. '
situated In Fractional 4 of
boundary 356 feet more or less, to the Fr.lghtway..lnc., will sell at public auc Section '
: North of said Soth.ostquarter Township South, Range 21 East, Bradford THE CITY OF LAWTEY will be taking Jtctig: 7/38:
undivided' Interest In the land boundary lion for cash at :2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville '
bids on the Improvement of South Pork Control; 0781
( Florida
County parcel being
of 1/4 of
Southwest quarter? (SE ;
described as follows) Lots 36 and 37 of Street, from West Lake Street to Adams .. .
Lot 13 ol -- -- '
SW 1/4)), thence West along said North "One lot of mixer chutes consigned to BREAMWOOD LAKEVIEW a.ourv.y.d ( \
Woodlawn Subdivision In Section 14,. ,Street. Improvements will be to widen)
Township 5, South Range 22 East, according boundary 1230 feet, ,more or less, to Ih.W..t.rly Hollywood ,Leasing Corp., Hollywood, Registered Land by Joseph Surv.yor G.and Knapp being .'r."o 20 ft. fora distance 0'1|, OI ft. toprovide
boundary of said Soulheo.1quart.r Fl.,
to Plot thereof recorded In Plat described a 12: ft, wide entrance drive to
Book I, Page 17, of the Public Records of of Southwest quarter (SE f/" of One lot of ceramic tile, consigned: toUnlvertaleTile more Commence particularly ot a concrete monument as follows at Fire Station from South Park Street;approximately PUBLIC<: AUCTION

Bradford County, Florida. Containing SW '1/4)), thence South along said Co., Ft Lauderdole, Flo.\ ) the intersection of the Northerly right of 160 tt, to concrete apron, NOTICE Is hereby given 1 that on Man-

20.23 acres, more or I... Westerly boundary'3S6 feet, more or "'One lot of Ex try alum; consigned to 'way, lne) of the Seaboard Coast line Bids must be received. by 12:00: noon ,day July 25 1988, ot 1O'00 o'clock A.M..
less, to the Northwest corner of landsheretofore Yacht Yard, Danla, FI., '
WITNESS hand and the seal of this 20 1988.
Ra'iroad August
my right of with the East line on ,
way ''the undersigned Gator
conv.yed to Oscar Estes and to satisfy freight and storage charges, I' Frelghtways,
Court Jun. 28, 1988. 7/21 4tchg 8/11
of sold Section 4, and N 00027'29" W
HON. GILBERT S. BROWN Marilyn EoI... his ,wife (see, Official under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of run ; Control: 0785 Inc will sell at public auction for cash at
along said East line, 281.57 feet to Ih.Norlh.rly _
Clerk of Circuit Court, Record Book 101, Page 249)) th.nc. East, Uniform Standard Bill of lading. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville; Flo.
of line of Edmonds "" '
< By Cathy Hlgglnbotham parallel' with, said South boundary of Gator Frelghtways, Inc.'Carrl.r, Drive, thence right run N way 711856", alongthe ,' NOTICE1 OF INTENT 'one lot of machinery consigned to' AI,
Brown Sales, St. Fla..
Deputy Clerk Southeast quarter of Southwest quarterSE Suwannee River Economic Council, Petersburg
Northerly of line of said
2tchg 7/14-21 ( 1/4 of SW 1/4)) 1230. feet, more or' -317470 dtd 5/3/88 Edmonds, Drive right, 1033.20 way feet to the In(.., hereby announces Notice of Intentto to satisfy freight and storage charges, 'I
less Road 2-042690: dtd 5/10/88' under the provisions o1,Section 4b( \) of,
Control 0765 to the West boundary of State ( administer. |fhe Low-lnc6me
Easterly right,of way line of Breamwood
325: and and Pro. 13 308431 dtd 6/6/88 Uniform standard Bill of Lading:
point of beginning; contain-* Lane thence Wealherixation Program In the 8 county
Conlrol0784',2lchg ; run N 2P27'44" E, along ,
Ing t.n ((10) ocr. more or less, sold Easterly right of line56.62' SREC Service Area, from the present Pro :2-038408 dtd 4/19/88
NOTICE OF INTENTION the the above-named 7121.28, way end of is Gator Freightways, Inc;
as prop.rly'of feet; thence run Northerly along sold ,time to existing Contract It an "
TO REGISTER defendant, and that on the 4th day of .... ->.w.-- Easterly right of way line with o curve ticipated: that approximately $380,:215,00 Carrier.
FICTITIOUS NAME August, ))988 Thursday at two o'clock on' will be spent on weatherliation Stchg 7/14 21
concave Westerly
BIDS INVITEDBid curve having a '
PURSUANT to Section 865.09, Florida SWILL Control) 0770
of the Bradford labor before 31
said day on the premises ,central angl.79"48'2O"" a radius of 230.00 carpentry-repair July "
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the County Sheriff Office, I will offer for 0802-4 feet and a chord and distance of 1989, in the 8 county SREC Service Area, \ ,'. '
The School Board of Bradford Countywill \ :
undersigned, Alb.rt J. Rather Rout. I. ,'r ,
letter ofreference
sale and sell to the highest bidder for Minimum requirements are a "
N 1826: 26' W. 295.08 feet,, thence N (
bids swill from all school run
," Box 870 E, Stark., Florida 3201 sole on business '
\ cash In hand, the above-described property 58'20'36" W nlong said Easterly right of from d local personor '
{'i owner, doing buslnsss under the firm as the property of the said Defendant cafeterias on August 2. 1988 at 2:00: way line, 238.14 feet too Point of Curve; minister, proof of all required local
Interested Individuals must
I name of Ferns, Feathers and Flowers. to satisfy said Execution. Sol. will p.m. on licenses, a certificate of insurance showing -
h thence runt Northwesterly said
':'. Rt,'1, Box 170 E, Stork. Flo.. 3201. Intends be subject to any ..I.lIngll.n.. each, school separately and may bid on, Easterly right of way line with along a Curve comprehensive liability' Insurance
all schools
to register sold fictitious.. ,nom- DOLPH E. REDDISH, one or concave Northeasterly sold curve having that Include premises and completed FREEEXPLORING
.under th'olor.sald l statute, SHERIFF OF BRADFORD Copies of the bid form may be picked operation. Workman ,Compensation .IS
a central angle of :2657 56" a radius of !
Dated this 30th day of Jun.,," 1988. In. \ ;COUNTY FLORIDA up ot the Bradford County 519 N. School Pur.St.,, 470,00 feet, on arc length of 221.20: and a ,deducted from the-labor check if not carried ,
chasing Department, Orange
Bradford County Flo 4tchg 7/7.28 W., Starke. Fl 32091, or call Michael Reddish :' chord bearing and distance of N by, the Conaclort"! GOD'S .WORDHOME'BIBLE'STUDY
.11 6/30 4tpd 7/21 v. Control,0755 ,445I'38" W219.16 feet to a Point ofTong.ncy
''Control 07"9'',, ; Director of Purchasing at ((904)) '
1 '
thence N 31 2740" W,' '
,I 964,6800 and a copy will be sent to you. ; run
''I' ,:' ,, : ,, Interested must hnv. bids ot\ along said Easterly right of way line
: "NOTICE 6f PROPOSED the Purchasing persons Office not later than 2:00: 448,80 feet to on iron pipe; thence run S' STARKE, The 9it\:;>Course Is taught In your,
BANK MERGER, 58'37'20"" W, 60,00 feet to the Westerly home free of
I' P.M, August :2? 1988. S.nd bid. to.:., charge
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.OF BRADFORD', Notice Is hereby given that the MER-f Michael Reddish Director of Purchasing' right of way line of Breamwood Lone, CHURCH OF GOD This b g non-denomlnoIIOnal.ludy

COUNTY/i:, CHANT'S 'B SOUTHERN BANK.! 519 N. Orange St., ,W., Stork,? Flo and the Point of, Beglnningthence; continue 422 N.: ST. CLAIR 064-5445 based only on what,thus saim 'the'
( Cose No. 84.90-CA' GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA has mode application 32091. Outside of the .nv.lop. MUST S 58"37'20" W. 226.87 feet, thence word of God,' "
'FLORIDA. NATIONAL BANK: to th. Federal Deposit Insurance .' CLEARLY STATE Bid Description; SWILL -rurv N 385644" W,' 105.92 feet thencerun John Sprntlin.' Pastor 'APOSTOLIC TRUTH' UP.Coi

Plaintiff, Corporation, Washington D,C...' BIDS and Bid 8-0802-4.' N 5837'20" E. 240.82 feet to said :We Invite you worship, with ,us., ,

v. 20429, for its written consent to merge '2lchg 7/21-28 Westerly right of way line; thence run S J Attended Nursery 782-3303

:' BRADFORD BATTERIES. INC.,.' with the MERCHANTS B SOUTHERN Control 0778 312240": E, along said right ol way line, Sunday School ..1.... ',loam Rev Emmett Bright

., DONALD CHAMPION, SR.,, BANK OF CLAY COUNTY; KEYSTONE \ ', ,, 105,00 feet to the Point of Beginning Morning Worship ,',*.J'J.) lam home bible'
DONALD WILSON and HEIGHTS FLORIDA. Subject, to a, ,100, feet Clay; Electric Evening Service ,i..l..,.. 6pm To schedule your
:'. :. 7 Study or for additional Information'I
DONALD SEQUI, Any person wishing to comment on Wednr-sdayYcHith :TOpm
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Kim &Jan JohnsonBlankenship's? "FIRST STEPS '. .' es' ;,I' 'po Box: 207"Starke 'signs. Eves. 964-5898

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[ & Generators thtir first tUw tnvuirii cud, 'II Monuments
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Batteries 964-5274
Auto Cycle
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TemPte 964-7911 Ut 1m 1'rtrud "' '
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Grand Opening festlvitlei, including live music, (Front row, l-r) Those present for the cermony were:
r giveaways and a ribbon-cutting ceremony were held at Chamber of Commerce: Director Wally Ingram, ('1)
Charlie Daniels Tacos Saturday. Tacos employee Judie Scott Sandi I Danielx Charlie
Daniels opened his new business on north Temple Daniels, Starke !Mayor Travis Woods ('J) Tacos O
\\t. (next to Kentucky Fried Chicken), recently and employee Ta/u Bryant ChamhermemberSteve Kutch, I
set his grand opening ceremonies for this past Satur'with daughter .Stephanie ,
day. Customers ate their favorite Mexican-style foods. i I
while listening to the live band. Balloons and free food (Back row, I-rl Craig Daimls, by-standrrs Ruby In- i
items were given away during the day gram 'Carol Steele and Larry Patterson, ('f) Tacos ,
The- ribbon was cut in front of the xiorint noon. ,employee Ramona Tl'llIIl'lIt.I t-'

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(from page 1 A) station' on North Temple: Avenue mission from 1968 to 1976, and was .
weeks ago to announce for'the office, next to the courthouse. He formerly beaten by incumbent Carter, who
,and qualified Monday, operated the large Shell Service Station won in the first primary with 2,371
Kenneth Etheridge, a Florida at the'' corner' of US-301 and votes to Bryan's 1,17vo s' and >
Highway Patrolman assigned to SR-100. Charles McKtnney's 900 votes
Bradford County, has' qualified, Ms Hall,'a long-time employee of 'Since, Carter drew opposition from
,also.Reddish the tax collector's office, first ran in Lawrence Griffis in both 1980 and
was first elected in 1972 19flO/ and drew more than 50% of the '1984 winning ,by big margins both Tapes
when his father, the late Sheriff P.D. vote in a four-person field IncludingCarl times.
Reddish, retired. His father's retirement Hurst Emmett Akridge; and
brought out a five-man first ','Steve Simmons. Ms, Hall was unopposed
primary race which Dolph Reddishled in 1984.Unopposed. < District & incumbent Wilbur
with 2,122 votes. The late Tom Waters has qualified: for re-election,
Crawford ran second with 1,207 for Now,.., without opposition on the''
votes, followed by Maxie Carter Jr.,, 'Two courthouse officers,Elections Democratic ticket at this time
the'' current county commissioner Waters first ran the Dist(, 5 seat In
Supervisor Neva and
Flynn Property -
'with 1,097 votes, Jennings Starling Appraiser Jimmy Alvarejp have 1980 when he was the top vote-getter''; $1.49'$3.95each
411, and Jimmie W. Clark 182 votes. Qualified for re-election, but had not in a five man field only to lose 2,025'to
Dolph Reddish, who has worked for, drawn 'opposition when the. 2,001 to Incumbent Homer Hart in,
the sheriff's office since high school' went to Wednesday afternoon.paper the second primary Waters beat In-'
won a.hotly contested second, press cumbent Hart 1,552 to 1,396 in 1984.
Ms. Flynn was appointed in 1963,
primary race by 196 votes over Tom the Ben Holtzendorf, chairman of the
won office In 1964. 2,285votes
Crawford. Sheriff Reddish had, no getting Bradford County Republican Executive1 "
to Clara T Hazen s 2,064.( She
opposition. in 1976, 1980, or 1984. ran unopposed until 1980 when she Committee says he plans to
Milner has served one term on the S. qualify today for the District 5 pounr
a challenge bySandra Norman -,'
Starke city commission., $;470 to 1577. ty commission ''seat, on the
Republican ticket, and will vie for
Alvarez his
Appraiser completing
,the seat .with the' Democratic
.County Clerk.., third term, was first elected in 1976
nominee in the general election. each'f'
Veteran Bradford' County' Clerk' over veteran Gene Long 2,288'.to': Holtendorf ran against Waters in the
Gilbert Brown 1,986'Alvarez: was unopposed in 1980
is. stepping down"
general election' in 1984, losing 2.S5I: ,
leaving the field open to three aspir- :and, 1984. ,tit ;3,801
ing Candidates:, ,
Harold Davis, former manager of
the local Savings and Loan office, is ,ounty'Corn missioners..a:,
1 currently employed by Stockton, >'Three' county commission seats Flection: Dates' ..
,, Whatley and Davin' a large mortgage -expirethis year, with at least. .two.. ''Th first primary 'will be hrld a /
firm in Northeast Florida. seats being contest "' -"' '*" 'TtKWday;' Sepwfnber'6: The second
Davis ran against Brown four years 'The District 1 seat' is being'' primary is set four weeks later,
,,,ago, losing by 328 votes. vacated by, Commission Chairman'' Tuesday, October 4, if needed.In .
DeWayne Elder, a newcomer' to Lawrence Mosley, leaving two a two person race the winner of
the local political scene, has cast his aspiring candidates thus far, Mite the first primary will advance to the
'hat into the ring. Elder is employed, chell Brown of Lawtey and Herman general election, Tuesday
in the mobile home industry Johnson' of Lawtey Reno resident November 8.where party nominees
Ray Norman, executive vice- Ross Chandler, endorsed by the will challenge one. another. for.the of-
president of the Community State local NAACP group, has announcedhe fice.The 1e Sti
Bank, is the third candidate in the will seek the Dist.l seat, but has second primary will have only
clerk's race. not qualified. Brown ran ,unsuccessfully 'the names of the two highest vote
In 1976 and 1984. getters from each party. The winner
'Tax Collector... The District 3 seat currently held ,advances to the general election. e
Incumbent Esther'' Hall has by three term Commissioner Maxie Should a first primary candidate
qualified for re-election, and has Carter Jr., will have a three way draw more than 50% of the vote,
I drawn former Starke Mayor .Carl race between the incumbent Carter there will be no second primary race
Hurst as an opponent. .Ralph Bryan and Lawrence Griffis. and he advances to the general elec
Hurst owns and operates a service' Bryan served on the county com,'- tion.: '

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Uniform Rentals(from page said,1 A")1 haven't. Starke's telephone franchise expires .Ennis lle/oning....! '
in mid-August,and Centel would like 45" GE
heard from anyone regarding our to renew the agreement for as long a Rezoning of the Gary Ennis pro1perty'on 13"' ,GE
waste water not the city, not Bes-' term as possible., E. Madison St.; between
sent, Hammack and Ruckman, not Conoly said telephone companies CherrV and Church Streets, was on
the mayor, and not Schaefer want long term franchises in towns the. council's agenda, but 'was ,Remote Control Big ScreeTelevisi"on
Clayton said Riverside completed and cities because it facilitates the. withdrawn"by Ennis without discus-
a $140,000 water treatment system borrowing of money by the corporation sion.
about six weeks ago, and was told by to show long term stability and' The rezoning request was originallY' Television
Fred Magyar!, city waste' water uninterrupted revenues. heard by the city zoning! board'
plant supervisor, that the count in On the other ,hand'Conoly said ''June 30, which sent it on to the coun-
the water discharged by Riversidehas ,cities and towns like shorter cil with a recommendation to deny. '$399 Reg. '$2295
been reduced from 1,500 parts agreements, since it precludes the Zoning Director' Darrell O'Neal Reg. I
per million to 400 parts, and that is likelihood of being locked in with 01-\ 'Said Ennis reserved the right to1 br- "
1 about as low as they can go. Clayton solete and outdated equipment.,. ing the matter before the council. at a Sale Sale
said the city wants the count reduced While the present franchise, which later date. ,,, ..
I to 100 parts per million. was made with the late H.A. BishopSr The' property, lies between the
,Riverside uses 25,000 gallons of ,, had a life of 30 years, Conoly Shell Bulk Plant and the Handy Way"
water per day, and may have to go to 'said the average term now runs 15-18 Store at 520 E, Madison. !!
a recycling system virtually cuttingout ''years, and Centel would like to reach
the use of city water, Clayton an agreement with 'Starke in the Other Items.., 349 $ihss'sm!

said.Riverside's 15-18 year range. The c6unc.il heard Clerk Tucker
engineers Keith and There have been recent changes in report a recommendation by the,
Associates in Atlanta are experts on 'state laws governing franchise fees, Bond Trustees to award a contractto
waste water disposal{, and enjoy an Conoly told the council. The fee is Indian River,Industrial Contrac'
excellent nationwode reputation' in now set at a maximum of 1 percent, tors, Inc, in the amount of $306,562 .
their field. Clayton said. with the amount being added to the for construction of the city'sSouthwest ':1'\1' "
Riverside recently eliminated 36 customers billing. If included in the Water Treatment Plant. ... ; "
Jacksonville customers because franchise, the fee will return less Four bids were received with Indian Rent,
printing towels create too much than $200 per month to the city, Con River submitting the low bid. 11(,
pollutant, and cannot be cleaned oly said. "
economically. Commissioner Charles Schaefer The council approved a motion to
Clayton has been general said if the fee is to be added to the award the bid as recommended.Plans 3 MoviesGet Fri. '&, Sat.
,['' manager of the local operation for customer's charge, then he is opposed are to drill two new weljs) and
the and visualizes adding eventually move the water treat
past year to it, since it represents anothertax ..
employees next 'year to the 28 for the consumer. Other council ment system from its present location ;
employees currently on board. members agreed with his assess!! at the power plant.In .
Riverside Manufacturing Co. ment. another matter Attorney
Moultrie. Georgia, is a family ownd.corporat As a matter of information, Conoly Brown presented a resolution 4th Free
0", and parent company of said the city of .crestview in West authorizing the city to establish a '
Riverside Uniform Rentals In Florida, has a percent franchisefee $50,000 revolving credit plan with the
Florida National Bank. The resolu-
Starke. grandfathered in at the time the
tion provides for the council to aptprove

Centel Telephone... law The was council passed.agreed to discuss_ the each draw, prior to Its being .. ,

Jim Conoly managet of Govern- franchise at a workshop; Tuesday, made by the city clerk. ', :, ""' ," :-
mental Affairs for Centel TelephoneCo. July 26, along with other city Vote Moore for Less Crime
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Tri-C'ounty'Solid Waste Association 'I 4-I


Looks at Lundell Recycling Systemby :, d r fri: L.srM

Joe CUiy
BCIYUCTSUf Writer are made manually, on a conveyor Counties must give notice of e
A recycling system for solid belt. The final stage is either a bal- 'recycling,programs to cities '
wastes Is being looked at by the New for reuse of the Solid waste management facility 7
River Solid Waste Association. A or processing into fuel operators shall weigh solid waste. .
discussion of the"Lundell Recycling pellets. .
System" was the order,of business A more detailed description of the DER Requirements... ''t. :r
at the Association's monthly operation. Including a video tape, DER may withhold grant moniesto "
meeting Tuesday, July 12, at the, will be presented at the next meeting locals who fail to meet requirements -
Union County Courthouse.The of NRSWA, scheduled for 7 p.m. or may' recommend'that
Association Is a four entity Tu sda l July 26, at the Union County the Treasurer withhold' other 4LJ9LJk : I
group comprised of Bradford, Baker Courthouse. funds. C-
and union counties and the
Department -
of Corrections, who are com Recycling... Permits may only be Issued'forproperly
bining efforts for the disposal of Recycling is fast becoming man- operated facilities run by
solid wastes in Florida and properly trained staff. DER is to
'county area generated In the three' datory elsewhere.requirement establish qualifications for and en- CIIIIf

They have been working towards a The 1988 Legislature has stipulatedin courage training of operators of
central landfill on DOC lands, to be its Solid Waste' Management solid waste management facilities.
located in Union County near legislation that DER (Departmentof After January 1990, operators must
Ellerbee Curve on highway SR-121 Environmental Regulation) will have taken a training course.
north of Raiford. promote public education and professional Owners and operators are jointly
Last week, a delegation from the training in waste reduc- liable for operation of landfills.

Association, consisting of a commissioner tion, encourage waste reduction, en- Fees are required for closure.to ensure
from each county and ,courage the recycling industry require enough money { i
Association Chariman Darrell state recycling programs,and Waste tires may not be place in a
O'Neal, visited a plant in Iowa which require, county recycling programs, landfill. By January 1989,DER shall +, Fail
manufactures the Lundell Recycling among other things. adopt waste tire rules. "
System, They are "to encourage recyclingand DER shall have a grant program

"It was a Very impressive plant" resource recovery as a source of for counties which want to operate a ,- -. -
said commissioner Joe Riddick. The energy" waste tire processing facility.
manufacturer claims that "up to Counties must start recycling pro-' Used oil may not be discharged into Dixie Major AlI-Star Baseball Team...

85% of the materials now going into grams by July 1,1989, the law states. the environment. Members 01 Starke's DM AII-stal
MaJor baseball
landfills can be recycled," Riddick Counties are responsible for opera- Disposal of used oil into/landfills'is team are (CI-r)f Sean.Standing.Davis,Jimmy Brown Coach Hubert Norman I
said either' baled and tion of disposal facilities, and Bryan Scott Kyle Brown Coach Jim
sold.to be 'prohibited.
KneelingSidney hail, Jason
Norman, J""hIe! 1.t"\\IR, Vinnie myf' {"hrl" Wise, l'oat'hanlon !\Ie. '
municipalities, with exceptions,will DER to establishment
remanufactured composted, or encourage Clellan. Joe Sanford. ( Smith,
? Clellan Bryan Lewis.
dried and compressed into ,fuel not operate disposal facilities. 'of used oil collection centers.A \
pellets. Cooperative county-city .operationsare 10 cents per ton fee on newsprint, ''
The fuel pellets produced from, encouraged.The will be imposed after January 1989. Insurance Questions '
Combustible materials have a programs must separate con. If 'by Oct. 1992' 50 percent of To be Answered 'Vacation Bible School ,

'"higher BTU value than coal," said struction and demolition debris, newsprint is being recycled, the fee 26 in Starke
Riddick, "and' have twice the heat newspapers, aluminum cans glass will stop. If not, fee will raise to 50 July Morgan Rd. Baptist Church ',+
value as wood chips." and plastic bottles from the solid cents per ton and newspapers will JACKSONVILLE-Insura'nce <
,"We're in an ideal location for producing 'waste stream,and offer it for recycl- be required to accept. newsprint for specialists from the Florida Depart- Starke FL Co: Road, 233 L"
fuel pellets" said Union ing.The recycling. ment of Insurance will be at the' : ''
County Commissioner Marvin Prit- 30 per cent goal in reduction of Bradford County courthouse in July 25-29,
chett "with five or six paper mills the solid waste stream must be met Containers Deposits.. Starke from 10 ,a.m., to noon next Ages 2-18 yrs. >-
within a hundred mile radius we can county-wide. No more than half of Plastic containers may not be sold Tuesday, July.26. ''''' ,
sell them to." the goal can be met with yard trash after July 1990 unless labeled as to There is no charge. The public Is 6:45-9:00: : p.m L

:,;.. '", Any plant now burning coal or white goods, tires, and construc-' the type of plastic. encouraged to attend. '
,;" ,',' wood chips could easily be converted tion/demolition debris. Retailers may not use plastic bags Anyone experiencing an insurance Rides Provided Call 9646134CLOSEOUT

to use the pellets, he said.The power after Jan. 1990 unless they degrade' problem should bring his or her in-
plant at, UCI,' now' burning wood County Requirements...', within 120 days.Effective .. 'surance policy and any other relevant -<.,
chips,could also use the pellets,and Local governments ired 1995,all containers must documents with them to review''
is' much closer; it was said. to comply with several item the i have refund value of not less than 5 'with an insurance specialist. '
Gainesville Regional Utilities coal law,among which are C cents, and must have a refund value For more, information, call the
fired generator at Hague is another Counties are mandated to report label.' Jacksonville "service office. phone !

possible market for pellets., 'annually to DER on, October"1, the 1 Dealers must accept clean empty' 904/359-6148., ? .
following-} containers and pay refund. '
The Lundell System... .\ Descriptions of public education, Distributors must accept 'con- Vote Moore for Less CrimeThe

Solid wastes ) programs on recycling. tainers from dealers.,
are dumped on a 'tip foot towers
two 1,350 of the.
ping floor'.' where large items are' Amount by type of waste'dispos.
"" World Trade Center In New York
,ed of ;Grants...'
removed manually.' Materials are ? ? '
then loaded onto>d lift Amount and type of ,material Annual $25.000'solid' waste' and City occupy only two acres, but can'
cessed through a slow speed shredder |recycled.Percentage'. recycling grants available to coun-' 130,000 people.
dropped onto another conveyor of population'that is' ,ties of less than 30,000 people.Grants tjl1'iI
,: where various separations and sor recycling. may be used for< scales and/or iIt I
\,:"',: tings are made. Plastics and textiles Percent reduction each year of operating costs. Y
1\ 'I, ,> can be removed manually.Magnetic solid waste disposed of in facilities. $750,000 is reserved for'one-time'
/ ;,\ ,'" metals'are removed with magnets Description of the success of recycling awards ,to local govern- V y

", ;,' ,\(, compost and light metals ,recycling programs. ments which have implemented programs '
, ,I (aluminum) are removed by air A description of the recycling before the effective date of s
1 1 A.L 'iii ?
while heavy fractions fall through an programs under way' before, this act, the act,which is October 1,, 1988.:, $
/If" ,. '. section.. became law. :
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\ y.:., t"1' ':' 1 $57 to W7, for supplies. [USICAL CONCERT Wheeler's'Discount _
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; } .., Saturday. July 23. 8 p.m.
vA,';',+' 'I'I'" under way tomorrow (Friday July *
: with the Bradford
: "i 22) EducationAssociation ,RJE GymnasiumAU
,rt':,,',,'",, '' (BEA). The teacher Mass Choir participant are asked to be at the RJE '
'; contract is to be reopened for, GroceryHaving
; July 23 at 9 a.mfor the Musical ,
' ,;{\{(,:,],}'I" bargaining on money matters, says Gym Saturday. morning. Trouble Staying
>)\.}:i,;:,( ., BEA President George Bowen.,The Seminar and i choir practice.
; :, r'F\:: \';":;', school board went through an hour- Proceeds to go to the Ross Chandler Within Your Budget ? STARKE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
, .i'\\; \(!,;, long executive (private) session Bradford County Commissioner, Dlst, 1. Come See Us FLORIDA STARKE. BOB'S LAWNMOWER
; ':, Iq I'',: Monday night ,to determine Campaign Fund 212 E. Call SU Starke PEST CONTROL POWER EQUIPMENT a CHAINSAW REPAIR

,', .. guidelines for the administration inFriday's edv ,Dy The Railroad Tracks" ti39 E.Coil Street 4.38!5.I Wolnut St I'HWY 21 NoIth;
i bargaining session. 164.6745 964-8568 473.0133
', Supt. Duncan said he is trying to, -- ,i. ,,' /"' NNt) / A ,' ,1. 'ad 1.19b
the salary increases for non- :\,.': : ,::' '' :t'i': ,'""'-wnrtp", ,: ,:< ',I:Willed'/ ':i.I:::: :''j;,m: 'KU-rtonrinilnr' : : ; mfly
get ,
I r- ,un >Ale ''C Jflv' ""*' ;,,- Ahnlherlsted| f rail" 91! 'I Ijfli1 Y96 lp
instructional personnel and administrators ?"(in i',1 JT l Is pf Vt"g'I 'topM al'Nta,6nJ, ( p4U f ;
:,:, in the July checks, but "I back
doesn't know if if the new salary
schedules can be worked out in time. -
The budget shows a $760,000 fund the;family insurance
balance now, and Supt. Duncan told ,
the school board he wants to hold it, I
to at least 400000. With the$250,000, l.seJI. with ,\: '

: carried over from the 87-88 budget it : ;' ,;/:,,',i\'j:' :
'\' .' would give the ,school board ,an \goad neyghibor Service: Suburban ( ,Y,' '''\ \!, I
:'" essential carryover in case 01I" .,, ;! :)
s 1 emergency, And our new'computer system makes ,',::1/:I,-;iJ:1.: ;I' ,
: Duncan also reminded board :> : :::,,','i' '
i ,, 'I, :members the system will undergo that good service even better, Calf me. t ', I., : '
,, ,i'
audit of its student count. .
an .,
The new, budget also leaves ;:State Farm Insurance: "
cafeteria meal prices the same as I
last year: 80 cents for elementary :119 ;N. Walnut St., ,
schools, 90 cents at Bradford Middle 'I"
Starke Florida 32091
School, and$1 at Bradford High. The C .. 964-5391 SAVINGS ON THE: LINE" ,
Food Service system is some$40,000 "PUTS

'" in the red for 8788. Supt., Duncan Menitt Williams. Agentlike ,
,and board members discussed in-' "

creasing lunch prices but ,are 9 good neighbor.. State Farm',1S there ..... JAAM Summer Tank' Installation

holding the line as long as possible. _,.Jo; tel "
,There will be ,some $600,000
available for capital outlay ,State Farm Insurance Companies IHtu"'H c SPECIALS ? '
,(building) projects. Supt. Duncan i '
Home Offices:? Bloomington/ Illinois,
'said he is currently working on proposals ', : &/: '
'of what is 'to be built or AS LOX'AS : :

repaired with 88-89 budget dollars.' I ,: ), ::'
Priority items are walkways to the
the middle school ,$ : ';.
: band portables at \ ,:
ElectED ElectED 46Includes \1,1\, ,
and walkways to connect buildingsat ", ,"
the vo-tech center.Additional portables ",";';if' ,
are also necessary at Lawtey, "I ,Co,
and may be at Southside and Starke \
Elementary Schools.., 'r e tank. installation.r: / ;:
The first budget change came

fund Monday for classroom when $30,000 computers was put at into the a w W (up ,to 30' ,of material) ,4: ',:, : ;

request of Board Member Evelyn ': ,
Tank full of Chastain. ,i"Do we have money e gas :

ed.enough"Yes for*" that replied," Ms.Supt.Chastain Duncan.ask-', A A eiNo ,tank, rental 'until 1989 '.'.;';5 I':

In going over the proposed budget .
with the school board in previous ;
e Complete inspection ; -.
weeks, Supt. Duncan expressed extreme gas 1'il>
a' ,
pleasure over the increase In' L L :' '"
school funding, and Is looking forward of your, appliancesSuburban ,.,:
to the coming budget year.
Every request made in the 23 cost
center budgets were included in the L 1 L
budget. Supt. Duncan said last week -
2350 SW Archer Roed
the only reason tor not getting
something was it wasn't requested. -'l' '' '' Gainesville FL
Is $118,000 Included In a pre-
kindergarten There fund,including$60,000to Starke City Commission ((904)) 376-5651

refurbish several rooms in the Croup 3
former RJE school.The administration

and 4 is year looking olds at, Supt.where Duncan to go with.said.3 Honest -. Dependable a Aggressive Metohbofffcood aonrio from nationwide prof.aalonalt .

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Dixie Are 'State Chamnions
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The Dixie Major League All-Stan p.m.against Gainesville West.A win scored three runs in the second inn-'
of Starke won their first gam,a 14-7 there will put the Starke All-Stars ing and never looked back, scoringruns
defeat of the Gainesville Broncos,in against the winner of Gainesvilleand in each of the remaining inn'
the District Tournament this week In Lake City American Thursday ings.'
Lake City. night.July 21.at 8 p.m.The tourna-
Their first game scheduled Monday ment Is expected to go- into the Leading hitters Were:Sidney Hall,
r I night July 18, was rained out, weekend. because of rain delays. S-for-4r Bryan Scott, 3-for-3; Sean,
and rescheduled for Tuesday July After being blanked 1,2,3 In the Davis, 2-for-2; Vinnie Blye 1-for-2"
P I 19, at 7 p.m. The All-Stars were first Inning, the Starke All-Stars Steve Lewis,and Josh McClellan,
scheduled to play,Wednesday at 8 came back from.a'1-0 deficit and lfor3.

; I 'Scholarship}, Funds Sought for BC YouthScholarship I

funds, are being the Northeast Florida Council- on to return as counselors-in-training. ,
sought to send 12 Bradford County Alcoholism, and Drug Abuse. They are Michael Becker, Micfcl ':
youth to the Northeast Florida The fight against substance abuse Becker and Jennifer Dodge.
f. Teenage Institute ,(NEFTI) in must be a community effort. The
August. young people attending this camp The cost of the camp is $150 per
The primary focus of NEFTI is to are becoming leaders in this fight. student. Families Against Drugs
provide accurate information regar- "It would be easier for me," began a scholarship fund to send
ding substance abuse prevention. declares Judy Becker, volunteer young people to NEFTI. Because of
Peer counseling and leadership NEFTI Coordinator for Bradford the Increased interest in preventing
.- skills are taught to encourage each County, "to just pay for my own substance abuse, more youth than
,.,._. teen's personal and social growth children to attend than to spend time expected applied to attend, thus
and to enable them to positively Influence looking for funds and helping the creating the need for additional
their friends and classmates youth present programs,but the bat-, funds.
Starke'Stars are State Champions..., away from substance abuse. tle to prevent substance abuse has to,
adlng'Ior"Athenl""GA Aug. 4-7 to play In the Na. ''gn.' Standing- Coach: Jerry McGrlff: Randall Polk.Uonal NEFTI is a week-long camp heldat have community Involvement," uTU deductible donations can bent
Sluwpltch: Softball Tournament for 18-and-under Daryl Gnann, Chuck Mulling. Eric: Naiworth, Tim Camp Chowenwaw near Green The nine youth who were selectedto to NEFTI'88,c/o Judy Becker
,agl'lln! the Junior Olympics are the,Starke Sta.... Lewis.Billy Heavner,Allen Wood Tlmm Ilardee.Kir- Cove Springs. Experienced professionals attend J>NEFTI for the first time P.O.; Box 274 Lawtey, Fla., 32058.
Tram members are(1-r/):Kntellng.Adam Kitchens, by Joe Ilildebran, Coach Hiram Chappell, Donnie in the fields of health,eduac- are Alena Jenkins, Achan Jenkins, Any excess funds received will be
:bat boy Jaunty,Carver and Richie,Barnes holding Francis Coach Robert L. Kitchens, tion, sociology psychology, and Allison Archey, Heather Safer returned to Families Against Drugs
social services lead the Institute Bryan King, Kesiah Manning, Tim for educating Bradford County-
which is sponsored by River Region Kirkland,Holly Shields and Richard youth. For further information call
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ByMarkFrledlln clearly by residents In the surrounding wave" of Chinese troops attempting accompaning explosion blasts a 'case of a general mobilization, our' 'The 'highly technical nature of
BCT Staff WriterA communities. We realize that to take one of those nameless "hills' crater out of the ground up to 50 feet unit will be integrated with regular modern warfare and the trainingthat
large group of local buslnest this may create an Inconvlenience for which so many lives were lost, wide and 20 feet deep Army units, and I challenge anyoneto must precede it, was the focus '
leaders and Chamber of Commerce for some, but it's part of very I important I!i. The localities may change, but the Another is the 155MM,. 109A2 and'A9 tell me the difference between the of Campbell's remarks to the group. '
officials got to take an exciting up- training which could be, support of long-range artillery has a self-propelled Howitzer, which two. We are very proud of the profes
I' close look at some of the largest artillery necessary for the I defense of this proud history of bringing massive, hurls an explosive projectile sionalism In this unit.'' '"I think the public perception of
" .' ,, ,': in the National Guard inventory country;: We assure,you that it will accurate firepower within calling ,weighing 80 pounds to its mark even' The guests Inspected the Brigade the basic "Grunt" (foot-soldier
:', Friday during an extensive tour be short-lived." distance of American troops under further into Command "
downrange the target Center, sampled some of changing for the better Col.! Campbell -
{, "' of the sprawling, 72,000 acre facility. The guests were treated to a live fire In hostile battleground situa- area. Both of these weapons are 'the services' famous -rations" for commented "They used to have
; I ,, ,'J The troops make extensive use of firing exercise from an 8'inch artillery tions, a fact that is greatly appreciated mounted on tracks, giving their lunch, then traveled to the target this Image of the dull, plodder walk-
\, '" ';1.:: : the Camp Blanding facility; which gun the largest and most by the men on the front' crews a degree of mobility vital in' area to watch as the shells screamed Ing through the mud but this is
, ", 'oJ ,'"I,, has a range of different terrains and powerful In the U.S. inventory. line.Featured fast-paced, modern warfare. overhead and landed In the impact changing rapidly. This is a highly
:,. < /:{' '. geographical features which make it "We have to make sure that their weapons to be used in The primary training exercise In- zone about a mile away'Their van- technical battleground we will be
, .J'' ',j'J,,'., J unique among other training sites training is as realistic as possibleand the training exercise include the cludes not just the target aquisition tage point was a large, man-made fighting today, and every member'of '
'i available to the guardsmen. to try to give them the full ad- MHO, 203MM self-propelled and firing, but practicing the ability hill where, spotters tak, ''careful these four batallions Is an expert
" 'i,':; "We think our community leaders vantage of the varying types of ter- Howitzer. This awesome mobile to fire, then move quickly before the {score of the hits and misses." .In his or her field,"'
i "r"" need to be informed about the Guard rain and geographical features in weapon has an eight inch barrel and enemy finds their location and can
i iJ/ ": and the training' they get here this area," Campbell told his guests. fires a projectile weighing over 200 launch a counterattack ,
i .r-/ij\: / at' tNf commented\ "Any military person will tell you pounds over 18 miles through the air '"We have an important real world
6 [,I'- ', Col. 227th Brigade that the realism of their training Is to its targetwhere the force of the' mission," Col. Campbell said. "Inr t
M1 ,," \ Commander. "Here at Camp Blan directly related to their ability to : t'\ CfDEN" &, FAMULV'dAFtEA
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, I" ding 72,000 fight and survive on the battlefield.We .
, '( ,:<.', miles of firing ranges needed to safely also are visited for training by t A [ I1 '
: '/1 test the capabilities of their :
I .""r "" many aviation units both Air Force I jF1NTER
\, ti', ," ', weapons and support equipment and Navy squadrons,' and they are IMF 1 .
,, ,;:: under conditions very similar to a heard, as well." r drt wr. tr 1 "
real battlefield environment. Although this Is not the first time rr *
." Troops from all over the country that the big> artillery guns have fired
', (, have been pouring into the area for' at this training facility, this will be EFFECTIVE MONDAY. AUGUST 1. 1988
their annual training exercise which one of the largest groups of artillery
The patient records, of Accident CenterStarke' *
began June It an influx that traditionally ->, troops in recent years. : ,
has a big, and positive The results /will be a 'dramatic (Virgil ,Berryk, D.C.) willbe, located at the
,' economic impact on the nearby communities of military firepower on Gainesville Clinic of Chiropractic (Dr.' James' (
., !,," of Starke, Keystone derange, which ,'is bordered by
) h ,; Darrass),, 4037 Newberry Road In Gainesville
;I ,', ';. ,, Heights and Middleburg.The Keystone Heights, Starke and
: M:{IY{ )i'1' '/ highlight of the AT each year 'Kingsley Lake and who's residents 373-3414, ?, ,
I 'J"M N' '." comes when the Artillery Brigade have long lived with these "Summer Compelling, family concerns require'that'I'I
; t ft..: H.1 sets up their massive weapons and Guns" which boom out during day
, ,',\\'Iili)'! 'i" begin shattering the silence of this and night exercises alike. return to Missouri Thank you, each'one., for
I f, )J-M:1': : .\,;,' usually quiet range with round after Night exercises are particularly making me a part of your' family since, my
.,, ',' round of high explosive shells. dramatic. '
'arrival In Starke I will miss much.
Residents the long ; you .very ,.
Helicopters roar through the dark
,' I' ,' grown used to the thundering noises sky searching out targets" for ar-, .AoJ1i., "Dr. Da -ass 'and staff are looking forward,''to,
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and rumbling in the ground caused, tillery emplacements hidden in the' ,. r. ,meeting: each. of you and continuing your.
the out on the range F
firing forest miles
by downrange. '
sounds which can be felt and heard Flares erupt suddenly, blazing e' -. .chiropractic;'\ care, /'I leave}/with the,; comfort/ that
for many miles. 'with a smokey, fitful light as they' Sighting In...: you Will .be in good hands.
"There's no need to be concernedt arc toward the ground in spiraling :This guardsman I I. preparing to fire' one .of .
't if you have just moved Into this area paths.: 1( the. artillery' pieces which occaiwloaally' Virgil Berry V.C.:
and have never heard the sounds ',The t targets have been sighted r In rattle tbe' window la ,Starke.
caused by, training before," Col Vietnam the artilleryman's prey 41'
": i.'" Campbell said. '"Many visiting infantry could have been a division of North "
'" units using our firing range: Vietnamese regulars trying to over, -
do train at night and depending on,' run a Marine base camp in a steaming :
f';'" I \' I the atmospheric conditions, tropical jungle;, in Korea the'' FALL 1.988 CAlEND >" ,
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Union County on SR-121 just north 'of Raiford. 'rues:Wei ".;:'Aug 2.3 : Reglstrahon byAppohtmont Friday_..??;...." 2.b-{ ,.....,_Last day 10 drop class and I.C'v.: a refund
{. This facility is being proposed to store,, ncuuali/e,, and incineratehazardous ', / 1000 a m:4.00 p m. MondoY", ..,..,,,, Sept. 5... ... labor Day Holiday (COllege closed)
waste generated ,throughout the entire State of Florida 1hursdav...,,+; ., Aug 4..:.... .''''' ReglIIafton 1000 a m.-4.ccpm: Friday'' ''Oct 26, No Classes (College Open) .
amounting to an estimated 100,000 tons annually.: ., '; ", '& 6 00 P m.-Soop.m, Friday,::::::::::::::: NcN.I": : ",:':,"::::.' <,:'."'Veteran's Day Holiday (College Closed)
Friday.... ., ,.. Aug; 5----------------- ReglIIallon 1000 am-4 OOpm: .
Wedn.sday;. Noy 16..p." Last day 10 drop clan. and have
This ASA'sanctioned open tournament will have,an 'entry fee of ,Wed..Frl.Aug 17\9.\ ..RegularRegllralionI0'OOam-400pm, \ ?,cou"etemov.df/om.cord
{, $100 I and\ one Blue Dot Ball.'ASA Rosters required. Thursday,.. ., ''Aug 18 .. Evening Registration 00 p.m.,6QOp.n( Wednesday.'lov.23, ,,, No Evening Classes
Trophies wilt be for first second, and third( place; ,team 'trophies Friday,..,... ,,..... Aug. ,1,9'M,1.'I''u; ,,, Regular Registration 10:00: a..m4.00p.. ThuI? FrI ...,.,,,.,.. Nov. 24.5?! ,". .. ,Thanksgiving HORdavs (COllege Closed)
with'' first place ,individuals, and sportsmanship,trophy (team). 'A .1 FEES DUE Mon-1hu.A.. ,,;, Dec:. 12-'S' ,._,.._.., FINAL EXAM DAYS
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SantaFe HealthCare board of directors -
and appointed by the presidentof TICKETS
Santa Fe HealthCare:The function : 8 A.Msu-D1P' ,P.M. '
of the' chief medical,, Officer'' is to TKner euTunr PRICES GOOD IN, THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE'lOCATION:

assure the high quality of. medical '" ... .. .. _STARKE .......
care within the seven-hospital! ''SantaFe' 8 A.M. '- 9 P.M.. w r. A''I'"" rwt sr rwsoa. rcrow a wr "': """""

''t, HealthCare system (including'Bradford *'./
.. Dr. ,,Johnson! will assist medical 1 .
,' staff leadership in SantFe I I FROM THE HARVEST FRESH PRODUCE PATCH

.: HealthCare facilities in such areas
'', t Las I quality assurance, implementa- HARVEST FRESH ,
"j.\) \" v:,:lion of medical staff by-laws,and the UNTRIMMED SEEDLESS RED ENDIVE, ESCAROLE
,;',s'.'r M-revjewt\ analysis land evaluation of,
',"' '.f.: ,patient care within each hospital WHOLE WHITEAi DLESS .HARVffiAiiESH
." In addition; Dr. Johnson will assist
i,with continuing education medical SIRLOIN ; + :GRAPES, SALADS
'.".. .'. programs, and recruitment' TIPS ,
medical professionals throughout
the system In summary,the respon-( y
1 ''.sibility: of .the chief,medical officer:' 99t 1
"will be to'assist the local medical ," La
e staff leadership' in carrying out thpir'I" $177 ,,
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Jax. Girl

( A Jacksonville girl ''has'! been'' 97
diagnosed as having an extremely) I f'
I rare and lethal disease,,. familial ia \
lerythlphagocytic' lym- USDA INSPECTED. '\\ \\\ \1\,. \ \ LeT OFF P
phohlstiocytosis which 'causes her IB-It LB. PKQ.) F ,EACH
blood to eat itself. ", FRYER HICKORY SWEETDRUMSTICK
Cassandra Leigh Touchton, 'age
five i lj! the neice of Mrs. Joycecooley BONELESS HAMS SMOKED NICE & SLOW
of Heilbronn Springs, and \ .::' .
the granddaughter of Ken and Betty & READY TO GO"
;Longino of Lawtey. $ $ 9 9
Cassandra's parents, Randy and, 68t
Sabrina Touchton of Jacksonville\ ; ia ia
'had their only other child die of the ; "
,same disease a year before Cassandra ,.,.L'' PURDUE DELI $429 .' '
was bornCassandra /, ,' '. '". W-D BRAND REGULAR FRESH BAKEDAPPLE TURKEY BREAST, ,, ,u O,
is the oldest survivor of1' ;. BOLOGNA OR '' OSCARREGULAMAYER'
the disease in the United States, according ', ':: OL A.-: //', 9 VARIETIES .A.
to Dr..; Russell Wade' a ... : ; FRANKS i PIE BAKERY FRESH $1' 99'
hematologist/oncologist Oat u'/ a

Durham University, N: C.,,Medical.where treatment Center is, $ $ 99 HERKLICH ''
99 ;BAKED OR HONEY' $ 99
being given,, ...,r 12oi. 'HAll f
Dr.Thomas! Kinney, also of Duke, .' PKG. Le. EACH CURED HAM. '. ', LI.
'said the disease is one in"which
i scavenger cells that usually serve to
cleanse blood go out of control and t l
.. begin eating healthy cells including l .
white cells that make up the bodily
similar in nature, to leukemia; in CHUNK LI1E -- STUFFED BAKED CHEESE

;which white cells increase rapidly' .............
and hamper the growth of red cells.. .........___. TUNA, .. p." URKEY BREAST RAVIOLI

Cassandra The disease when was she first was diagnosed an infant in, Ljt.

'symptoms because her in parents her older had sister.seen, She the J\\ t. $109. .... t$224 t$163

had been -traveling every'' eight'' t. 1 :
weeks to Duke University.Medical I FAH
She had been living a healthy and ''WEIGHT WATCHERS WEIGHT
normal life before she had a, \ ; $269MAYONNAISE..t.3
almost relapse last month .. ''" J '3ltAita': $145' CHMOOcUOSLSaEIE ,ICE MILK ... .. '"cAALU.: ..

Her grandaunt Patsy Longino, 100O ISLAND 'y ,;,l," ? .L Tw WCM1HT WATCHERS '
1 said Cassandra showed no outward 'WEIGHT WATCHERS $i 09 ITALIAN CHEESE $ i 63
signs-of the disease until her liver .. LASAGNA '. ''. I
'and spleen enlarged about a month DRESSING f' r. m. 1 '." $ 3' :SIlt
'ago. She was taken to the' Duke 1000 ISLAND CATALINA FRENCH t ITALIAN 5-01.' ALL VARIETIES
hospital 'and' admitted, under KRAFT DRESSING SIZE' WEIGHT WATCHERS $1 89
.: emergency undergoing extensive procedures chemotherapyand and is EQUAL LOW" $195 LOW CALORIE". fitHEINZ I'U .WEIGHT.WATCHERS PIZZA .. i. ,

will be subjected to painful CALORIE SWEETENER, .
''weekly spinal taps until a bone mar- LITEKETCHUP iI .
be arranged. LOW CALORIC .
row transplant can NUGGETS
Now Cassandra needs a bone mal LIPTON $245 : MEAT SAUCE :

row transplant to survive;and a na TEA MIX. . Ml : B.
tionwide computer nerwork is searching <<: .- '
LOW CALORICOCEAN '<, I :>"" $224
matcl "
for the exact tissue SPRAY : 55 98 I. "I $163 k.
needed for a donor to.replace her infected ..$1 13I/r0i '-9s .
marrow.' CRANBERRY COCKTAIL'. 3lt int., SUE SUE
Mrs.Longino is administrator of a
.' fund that has been helping the,
Touchtons keep up with finances
during the years of treatments, but
",I she said the fund has been depleted Clean Stores andI

,\.';';", < 1 by since the the costs relapse.of the recent treatments. Fresh I.r .Product

to theft ,
J Mrs Longino said donations
: Cassandra-Paige Touchton fund can
,11. .bemade at any First Union Bank
under account number 1241251491.
There are jars locally If any donations -'
would like to be made.'
For more information call Joyce


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'/. .:,:......... Marine Dealership'' Opens Doors

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Boating enthusiasts will now have (ing insurance ,for' the past four "The community response has Boat-rigger Shawn Swain and
the home court advantage the I years. been fantastic*says Sapp,"Beforewe utility man Robby SaPP. both of
>\' !..' Bradford Countarea as Bradford- /'I saw a need in this area for a even opened, when we.were stilljust Starke complete the dealership'
'W: Union Marine opens its. doors on boating business.The county needed working on the building, there present work force. *
f:;. ,.North Temple Avenue. another dealership, all of the poten- has been a tremendous amount of in- Sapp lays one of his main concern
[, ... ,. Robert L Sapp,long-time resident tial customers had to go out of town terest in what Is going on here." 'in bringing the dealership to Starke'
: of the Starke area opened the doors for their boating needs" he says. Besides supplying many types of was to "try to be able to provide
. '
-- ';! ,I of the business on Thursday June 30 The dealership will carry o nito,' boats ,and aft types,of accessoriesfrom custom boat and accessories at
I after spending several weeks Royal Fish Mate, and Glass Stream tow lines to fish finders, the prices which will enable people to
tin.EL) renovating the old Dairy Queen' boating ,lines,says Sapp, and will dealership will also service and have money left over to spend when
'!. building which burned several years carry all sorts of boating accessoriesas repair motors. The dealership'shead they use the boats for fishing or.
:. well as boats,motors and trailers.In mechanic and shop foreman is other forms of recreation."
.. ago.Sapp has been In the Bradford the picture accompanying this article Ricky Mott of Starke. His IS years
-;-- -- County area since 1969. He worked Sapp is shown with a boat the 'experience in sales and motor repair
Robert L. Sapp with Pantry Pride for 27 years and dealership is in the process of ac- will be a big plus for the dealershipsays
== ,then was in business for himself seU- 'cessorizing for a customer. Sapp. Merchants'


To Prevent

I,. S Unbeatable i Everyday! Low Prices Shoplifting Shoplifting has,become; a' major

I." concern to merchants in the Starke
7. area said Kim' Karezewski from
Kenwin't Dress Shop at the'monthly':
c meeting of the Downtown Merchants
': Association (DMA) held Monday.

,, FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S' WHARF July:This 18. problem' was the most

( discussed topic at the meeting with
.t.\\\. c ) ) ., .d \ < y questions directed to Starke Police
t.\-\\0' 'ooo ? 'f'1); 7 f'l1J Chief Jimmy Bpwen.Karezewskij .
:(01)9.' t.St..S 41.50 COUNT t. ., who spearheadedthe
... ow ,1)9.t\\ FRESHMAYPORT CALICO 'FRESHGROUPER : tc discussion 'asked about ih<;'

F SHRIMP SCALLOPS FILLETS' SEND A WINN-DIXIE possibility "of a merchant's hotline(
being' set up, to warn other
GIFT CERTIFICATE. merchants} about potential dangers.
l'_ Q e' This hotline Would take, the
;,, $469 $399I $599 A GIFT 'THAT'S form, of a telephone relay among-themerchants.
. 1 FISHERMAN'SWHARE IB. LB. '' The DMA has adopted
ALWAYS INo..wr this proposal and will furnish more
, _i1rao H*Vt CJdVHhM information regarding the,hot line it
.Y\\\v/\\,\,/;i> .I' Salad : . 10$299 Lobsters .c..i. ?'6" Fillets .. . ..,$399 "GOOn'TASTE'' I' the Aug. 8 '"meeting' which will, be
fey'1: '{- "'. held in the' boardroom at Santa Fe>

I. I 1. :,: YOU'LL' FIND THESE LOW PRICES EVERYDAY Community that Monday.College All at 6 interested p.m. on

lifeSJfPJ.f FROM.THECHEESESHOP I merchants are urged,lO attend
Chief Bowen ,;'infprmet} the
: : 'that they have the,.right;
I I' 'f' nicrchants
J,1, qctM1(\ ,: ,, ,?" ,. WHITE OR YELLOW POWDERED to approach'customers"in private and
f4'y1 '
,' Nr )(}! '\ ', COMBO SAUSAGE.
." KRAFT ( SUNBELTPAPER LILAC ask them showwhat, have in
\111' '\ ; '.9lti%> BEEF OH PEPPERONI to they)
(:, >,N'4ift :." MAYONNAISE TOWELS DETERGENT Z-: CHEESE SHOP their pockets or purse. Some!,of the
JIH.HIHL merchants,were under the impression
''l1'\ 1',":>:) "' ... J ,; ";, .? PIZZAS that the subject had 'to leave the
...,.IL... :"I'" 9 j.4 '--= store with the merchandise, them
:r,,'}." ti"li'v'x" $14 4 7 ( pn.Yq 99 < before .the merchant' could tall the
1UM80 4..J
,,..,-' 'i .t', """" ,. .. ::1.t" ROLL'" BOX 01. 2 12"$ 5 5 0 police.Bowen also pointed taut; ,
BONUS PACK stn., however;;"lhat ,if the subject 'is nut
! It': ? ..e \ 19c', ,TETLEYTEA $ 9979C .$199, seen vuldng' an'' 'item,. the;:'merchant
,, I.' "- | 1101 ,
};., tiM ti \ Y :"I"{ BBQ SAUCE ....r. ...., m; BAGS 4vv, ..'Il0CI 101 TEA. MIX ',, .'.. ",/ slit DANISH' BLUE, 'docs 'not have the right to''approach'
':}:';y''( iZ j"rlr.;" "" .' 'ALL VARIETIES ITALIAN OR 1000 ISLAND. $499r' 'them'about ''suspected shoplifting.
;{, !: 'k.: .' .. TROPICALDRINKS MUELLER ELBOW .WISHBONEDRESSING CHEESE";: .r.. Lag1F. Bowen promised DMA membersthat
"p'' '0',, ( M" 99c MACARONI 2''N I '. '. ',6r 89' he will have (undercover
>i\\< :;",,fit);:''i i\/I\r{! rY" : CAMS .0. lOllS (t: policemen from out of town, working
' l '
'k'>u\"!<\Irki'; / ONIONS'BUSH
!' > WITH 'FRESH BLOOM'1 EVERYWHERE Ihe', 'slores very soon', to '"anlsl, in
!! 4ccy:f) TROPICAL LONG $ 49 ,
; '
t. ...... \ ..93c --- I ? SJSJ :IN OURFLORAL detecting shoplifting. Thename,; ,
GRAIN RICE PAPER BAKED BEANS .'. Crack''po"n'and'il
.. . ; ... I' ". the exercise is Operation
t\ ) .',I 'r: .6 na ., HOTjREOULAR.SMOI .rW' ) t! tl 11"-, CheeriosCHEERIOS.J2.t.- '..r'b .. Y. ,-.1.--,-..-DEEP'" 'ORMESOUITE SOUTH V.' ,, CHOCOLATE"' "' SHOPPEBrighten slated; Bowen.will, 'begin. 'immediately., !. ,,

day'with rin assortment ,-
your ; '
CEREAL BBQ SAUCE 'SYRUP of fresh; cut' (lowers, lush'hrF cn Back to 'SchooL.;,
plants or "gaily. .drrOritrl; floral Carolyn Autry presented a back(

,. $ 6 9 0 7 arrangement.'( to, 'school promotion planned for
't 2 69 $1 downtown merchants
;, 2hz.BOX'' 180z.BTL. 24w BTL *;fi2? ,:*: >J*':! A IH s ,She recommended; that 'each

c:: **mTifa: ..' I AMERICA store which chooses '.to' participate'[ :,
DEEP SOUTH DEEP SOUTH he willing to hold a drawing during
't r \ p "; F .L O R Lt
SALADDRESSING 'SWEETRELISH \ PRICE BREAKER : "r. the promotion period.'She'upla ncd
floWN" df.1IP1.'f'ld! ,to Glcnda ,Epp, president of DMA,
{,, i '" iJ)1'DFEPSeaIr 1 { (
,2. + APPLE JUICE that each merchant should be willing
M, tile"+tlht'irl.' to give away,some merchandise or"a
SAL AA RELISH ''cash prize, during the Augu'sf'
.EE ti' S/NG 79 u9o AMII 1 j! 99 promotion. 'She. and the' committee':
DISCOUNT.COUPONS will .be 'in touch with .,othermerchants'
\ ,i QT; 6401 'soon. .lo'' explain, .the.
;; ; 4,2-.OFF",ADui. ,'1' CHILDREN' .Members: in attendance, .at

; ,,.y REFRESHING SAVINGS STOCK-UP forCommunity Monday's meeting- ,.were Glcnda
,Epps. Carolyn :''Autry'r;, Joanne;
cf Naomi Herres John M.
''Miller, Kim ,Karezewski., Donna,
I Christopher ,Muriel < lhool)'.
J. R:3 ) ) Donna Samons, Donna Parade,
w :11:9I''u, Michelle Clark and. Chief Bowen.

i; E;',' Y $ 64 11 N V 29 _-|l COCA-COLA'ALL JI\rP"I\ ,\\\OrHt. ..! I..!.

3 y;' tl'r', s-PK. 2 fullf1'f'llIl''" ,,'&;lx.iwtlliimv12ez ; "'
k l > I 'I\lIIMI x'BTLS :;' Bradford
,,r;; tux art 89 < ,'Aktdlodlti.dl./f; glr.rn,/ IIJ11k wtlrlilry -.
{, ,.. Elploug\\a.r, : wl'1MMNfl/cTl: / [ Traffic
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{t '+. -' TUBE TOOTHPASTE CARNATIONHEAVEN ; ,The' following .defendants appeared -
r AQUA FRESH SWISS STYLE 'before Judge'' George H-
tillffefe. BARS Pierce May 31 in Bradford County
?'- .
.. ? Traffic Court Their cases received

I' ".* \',fe-; ,,, ". 'i .r: 921 .SPK. $ |143' $::1 00' final Alvey disposition.Mosley pled guilty expiredtag

W->JuWiAVfc.ilfftn'A7 *- 4 3 01. BOX 3 ; $25 court costs.
\>v' '" TUBE "' wpl SIZE I r l'ILOWFAT Dewey Jackson Williams guilty of
CARNATION CREAMY LITE STRAWBERRY driving while license suspended
1 I
.PK. PKO. S1.3I OR (OWLS) fined $101.25.
;; ,''I CREAMY LITES ..u$143 SUPERBRAND 98 John Rodney Flanders pled guilty

',11 w CONDITION ,CHOCOLATE .... :: COTTAGE CHEESE III DWLS; present valid license and
-.r pay $50 court costs.
.. BREAKSTONE Flanders charged
1 I j 'to. CHEESECAKE $ 29 71c53 l BANK AT $25 court costs.
,1.. ,'. BARS a a.. a a 1 MII nrat a < unoniu $ 5 2 home slid tag
/ _.mu noun < CARNATION LITE LINE on mobile ; present
\ ,rr Mnraii>' HIU: mi mini | BORDENSSINGLES $ and pay $50 court costs.
:V ,', ,' rrlttAraaonuaulrurw _. ,CHOCOLATE |
Gertrude C.Mitchell pled guilty no
.litf ,+4+tiK turn' *mum moat EACH 97
.' ( MALTS . ? .b '. . 'N' driver license; fined $101.25 Salva-
''y, ut6'ii', 'CARNATION QUARTERS'PARKAY' PHARMACYTRAINED tion Army supervison one year

Q-TIP BERRY SWIRLS Mitchell pled guilty unlawful. tag;

SWABS RASPBERRY !7. MARGARINE TRAINED PROFESSIONALS dismissed.Mitchell pled. guilty driving under
WORKING TOGETHER FOR influence (DUI; fined $625, license

UPJ! $ "MAID ANINF J $ 0 0 BETTER HEALTH CARE suspended six months. 50 hours community
work attend DUI school.
t rL'y' {;i;rit''i% 1y"!' 99 IOPk. 13'4 :-'. r c a 3 Ht 1 Doctor winning and pharmacist the fight against an unbeatableduo dlseas ,Salvation* Army supervison one

f tE 1rw( 4't: t A 11O-ct: I lOll I PIIG1 ,.., .. .... roatlbM IMY.boo.unr.YmNkid ...LYryn year.Walter' .Allen"Hall. pled guilty DUI;
'D' eirlraro...... six
fined $625 license suspended
9k!'y !+', .'.),',: t-'W"\1\\Ij; 10.0/c/M..a.N.blq. ../...I .....S..I.. I.months attend DUI school Salva-
'JI / : =-Mc.=.ii::::: D"' O1. lion Army supervision six months
; work.
The Checkout II 50 hours community
/ ... .. ..
'_ ? Quickest 'ii... "'L=. C. "'1f c. Donald Fels Schnebel pled guiltY.DWLS .
I YwboNA U our math ''corn
yl )'* .' ,, -. Our nablend ph.....*.tol*mae ; placed on six months probation -
valid license spend
';Y ur>your pmcilplliuM onuin" present or
154 : r..a.daaradlaala .ten days In tall, fined 10125.
Charles Woods pled guilty fleeing I
'attempting to elude police; fined
$127.50,Salvation,Army supervision.


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Page 4B TKi.KtiUAPUT; : ; : ES& MONLTOR..'R!1oCTION': July fcl, J&HH

Bradford County Youths Enjoy., .., Summer Swimming' ,LeA ssons through CJ Votech

group of 130 children from every ./ ,{ Matthew Grlffis, Pam Hall Muna when children are swimming in area
If !school in Bradford County recently "I"..",\,,, Hampton, Rashunda Henderson lakes and pools.
completed the 1988 Summer Swim, \ Hollis Hines, Jenny Johnson Mat- The swimming program has
Program Sponsored by the county thew Jordan Meredith Jordan,Pam grown In popularity each year and
school system and administered MacWilliams Stephanie Reagan, has proven to be an Important and
through the Bradford-Union Voca Henry Ross Sherman Ross: James fun summer experience for area
tional Center. -, Rowell Chris Sembroskl, Cecil youngsters.. .
Many of the'chlldren/who ranged .I" ,.,, ,'iI' "' Smith, JUlY 'Starling, ;Aaron A special thanks Is expressed to
from kindergarten to grade 6, got "" Warner,.Gary Wilkerson. Phillip and Gina Gallo from Burger
their feet wet for the first time in ,'. ':, ) King for providing coupons to each
swimming lessons techniques. Raughan reminds the parents of child and also to Howard,Douglas
Held June 27-July 8, on the beachat ', ('tt these children that, even though, I and Wayne Parrish for providing
Camp Blanding Enlisted Men's K" they have knowledge of swimming watermelons on the last day'' of the
Club, th in. the beginner stroke as .
well as the crawl and combined -
backstroke. Contrary to the belief of
many' parents, 'knowledge of the ,
""dog-paddle'"alone may not be sufficient .... f!! '
to save a child in a dangerous "
situation, said certified water safety' '"
and Vaughan''lifesaving'"' instructor Jennifer t r /.:;( 'f
Practically every child who'par.. \ ,
ticipated learned at least one stroke, -
which may prove a valuable lesson }
in water safety she said. 1 I

The prgram was spearheaded by "
the Votech Director Educatipn, Charley Thomas and
Vaughn; as the Red Cross Advary-
::Lifesa v'Tg Instructor\ ,and: Water \
:Safety; Instructor,
Other intructorsincluded Sandra'Ouhcan .

Ramona ,Jordan Greg' .
Marshall; Kdith: Shaw, Diane Simp ...
son,,joe;Watson,Margaret Williams 1 a''a .5l ID :-rtID: 2:
Tammy Winkler and Ulysses Woods
While till 'participants gamed
valuable experience) in water safety,
,and swimming techniques, 34
children 'successfully1:: demonstrated 4 HE'
(the three required strokes and the 1aIIL
'survival float to earn a Red Cross v 4
'Beginners Swimming Certificate, Good Ole Summertime.
Those reaching this goat include: 4' ,..g'qa" ti
<0\ Kevirv Andrews Tamara Austin Many youth from Bradford County enjoyed .""lmmlng'Jelisona| given at,
Heather ,Bjikken; Billlw Brandt,t Camp Blanding on KID<<"ley I-ake. Lessons concentrated on teaching
Walhe Brandt, Samantha Cowart, ,youth water caftey and basic stroke' which Could save their live In a from 995NO
Carrie Crawford Natalie 'ponato. water emergency.
Randy Dell, Dana' 'II'her. Brian
; Folsom, I Leslie) t'olsoltCharles qj GNDIT10
,; .Glissen. 'Haley ,Goza.Corby Jriffis,



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Recent Arrests Dennis Dwayne Tyler pled guilty test Issuing worthless 'check; $50 Paul Albright pled guilty failure to
In Bradford County unlawful tag fined $101.25. court costs, make restitution. surrender title; provided proof of title -
Tyler plea guilty OWLS.; fined Manning pled no contest Issuing pay J10JL25.Albright .
The following arrest were made $101.25. worthless check ($20 Adventureland pled no contest failure to
by local authorities in Bradford 'William Boyce Combee pled no 'Video);. $50 court costs, make produce title; pay $101.25. "
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County?, contest DWLS; dismissed restitution. Alfonza Eugene Anderson pled no \ II''. '" .,. ., ', )"
Combee unlawful Timothy T. Tyson'pled guilty no contest of cannabis fined '.' ., ',' .,' ,,/' .,,;'J' .' .
pled guilty possession ; ,. / ., .; :,'!' '' \' ( ",,.,,"
Max Melory Houch, 37, of peed fined fishing license; present valid $101.25. i 1 ..1.\\.\. ,)' .1" '.'1" i, ." ", '
Michigan was arrested July 14 on an Paul; Gregory$88. Hicks pled guilty license, placed on six months court Gail Booth Osborne pled, no con- ,.""" :',, :; ,. ;.(. ',I"''i",'" ,,';.; ,\\l\t,I""::;;i,,(( ,1\k'\,, .1I' ,\i,,tiL'il(.(, ".<\'":r I'",I.>\,; iIlkl}\." < ;..t',\.. "

escape warrant (fugitive' from DWLS; fined $180, ten days In Jail. probation. test reckless display of firearm; pay ,, .
Justice), according to Hicks pled guilty speed too fast for Jannie Manning pled no contest Issuing $101.25 court costs, violate no laws. 'v" .,' "' '' '
Roman Alvarez. Houch was released conditions; $50 court costs. worthless check ($79.92 Mc- Myrtle L. Brown pled guilty issuing : ((9'o4) i64-7G51
to Steven Wayne Green pled guilty Crory's); $50 court costs, make worthless check ($106.37 Marion ,
DWLS; fined 10125. restitution. Tire and Battery); restitution has'
Robert L. Holden, 21r of Starkewas Norma DeSue Cunningham pled Mary E.. Fulgham pled no contest been made, case dismissed, all
arrested.July 15 on a capias guilty permitting unauthorized petit theft,retail theft; placed on six costs waived. '
violation of probation (attempted minor to drive; all costs suspended. months court probation, violate no Joseph Ryan McKennr pled no Joans :Faslilons
robbery), according to Deputy Kenneth Lamar DeSue pled guilty laws continue counseling has all costs contest petit theft, retail! theft; $100
Eugene Lee. He was released on his violation of restriction oh driver suspended, restitution been court costs violate no laws. 444 ,w.Ma ison St. Starfe Tfaza'Ine
own recognizance.Tony license; .ordered to write 500 word made.
John Creighton pled no contest
Smith, 20, of Maxville was .essay.Joel T: Ellington charged with no contributing to delinquency of''a May 11Misdemeanor Wines in Ladles, fas liions"
arrested July 12 on a capias charg- ,tag on mobile home; presented valid minor; $50 court costs,25 hours com Ct.
ing battery according to Deputy tag, case dismissed. munity work,Salvation Army supervision Steve DeSue pled guilty inoculation -
Lee. Smith is charged with hitting 'James Keedwell III pled guilty no 500 word essay on why helhould ; fined $101.25, violate no laws. Every day Is always a special day at Joan's'Wa have a different
the victim (a female from Lawtey) tag on mobile home; presented tag, act as a more responsibleadult So hours community work, Salvation
while she was asleep in bed. Bond case dismissed. and why should not contributeto Army supervision one year, fashion line at a savings for you.
was set at $1,000, he was released on Ruey L. Tetstone pled'guilty no delinquence of minor. Pamela Cottle pled no contest Issuing Remember, shop at Joan's Fashions for the finest In ladies
his own recognizance. tag on mobile home;presented valid Marshall Thompson pled no con worthless check; 60 days court fashions and affordable prices.
tag, dismissed. test Improper exhibition of firearm; probation, violate no laws, $50 court.
Gregroy John Angelovich of Lake Vickie D. Raulerson pled guilty no $150 court costs, six months court costs, pay $62.50 to bank. Visa Mastercard accepted; Layaways welcome. ,,
Geneva was arrested July >16 for tag on mobile home; presented valid probation, violate no laws. i Gwen Cox pled no contest carryinga Alterations FREE with purchases of $50.00 'more.
\ ossession of marijuana,according to tag, dismissed. Edward Aldridge pled guilty concealed weapon; placed on one
Lt. John Hodges. The arrest was James Kenneth Christensen pled trespass after warning,resisting arrest year probation Salvation Army a.
made during a traffic stop. guilty no tag; dismissed. without violence; 101.25, six supervision, $iso court, costs 20
Angelovich. was released after a Joseph Frazier pled guilty DWLS; months Salvation Army probation, hour community work, violate no
$262.50 surety bond was posted. produced valid license, dismissed. 20 hours community work. laws.
Douglas Hinson Hardy pled guilty Eric William Crews pled guilty no Johnny C. Boone 'pled guilty '
Lacey Jerome .Girard, 29, of DWLS: fined $153.75. fishing license; presented 'valid criminal mischief; $7S court costs You ve Waited All
\ Starke was 'arrested July 16'for Hardy pled guilty driving under license, all costs suspended, case restitution, Savlation Army supervisiOn -
possession of drug paraphernalia, the influence (DUD; fined $362, dismissed. six months, violate no laws. '
according to Lt. Hodges. A crack license suspended six months, 50 Carolyn E. Hill] pled no contest issuing Brian Robert Nugent pled guilty Your' Life For ThisEnjoy
r. pipe was found on the console in his hours community work, attend DUI worthless check ($20 Han- possession less than 20 grams marijuana -
- car during a traffic stop. Bond was school Salvation Army supervisionsix dyway; $20 court costs, make and drug paraphernalia; 20
restitution. days In jail (suspended). Salvation
set at $1,000, he was released on his months. '
own recognizance; Curt Allan Carey pled guilty to Hill pled'no contest Issuing wor- 'Army supervision one year,75 hours ,life in beautiful Gainesville recently rated
wilful-wanton reckless driving fin-. thless check ($10 Handyway);make community work, BUGC for weekly '
Edward Leon Hankerson, 35, was ed $362, attend DUI school, 50 hours; 1 restitution. $20 court costs. substance check and program. the:top retirement location in Florida. Our "Tree
( 'arrested July 19 for aggravated community work, Salvation Army Hill pled no contest issuing wor- Ray Charles Smith pled no contest'obtaining City U.SA'r; is home to the University Florida: -b
thless check $20 court costs, make food with intent to
assault, carrying a concealed supervision! six months. ;' with its numerous. '
firearm, according to Investigator Jeffrey Blake Jackson pled no con- restitution. defraud; dismissed.
Michael McClain. Bond was set at test DUI; fined $362. license Hill pled no'contest Issuing worthless Howard Wayne Howard pled guilty ''cultural and recreational '.
$4,000, he was released on his own suspended six months attend DUI check ($20 Handyway); $20, battery; six months Salvation J:
opportunities .
recognizance. school 50 hours community work, court costs, make restitution.Hill my supervision, $50 court costs, 30 great,
Salvation ,Army supervision six pled no contest issuing worthless hours community work. shopping and excellent
Traffic months. ) check: ($25 Handyway i$20 Samuel Shawn Clark pled guilty regional and V.A.
court costs, make restitution. resisting 'officer without violence;
I Anthony Randall Arnett, 30, of Ruey L. Tetstone pled guilty no' medical facilities.At .
" tag on mobile home; presented valid .Terri Gaskins pled guilty issuing fined $10.25,Salvation Army super >
,' Starke was arrested July 17 for driving worthless check ( Julia's vision 60 50 hours
'. ," .,'. under influence and driving tag, dismissed. $38.23 days community.. The: Village yoJ'Ube
Florist) restitution has been made, work.
i.:.' while license suspended accoridng Joseph Frank Durand pled guilty $50 court costs. ,Julie Ann Harris pled no contest close to everythingand .
valid and | y"gnp di. -
expired tag present tag'
'to Lt. Hodges. He was released after'a dismiss. ; Mark S. (Doss pled no', conte.tdisorderly retail theft; dismissed. still enjoy the **C* 'A
$1,210 surety bond was posted.. ( intoxication; fined Anthony O. Mathias pled guilty 11 1 & t.
Bob with
mobile Cooper home;charged presented valid no tag tag on, $101.25, Salvation Army supervision fishing without license;' produced, .privacy and spaciousness -j "" '
Traffic CriminalCourt dismissed. 60 days, 25 hours community work valid 'license,, Case' dii"T t ..
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Jannie issuing '
Manning pled no contest -
." The following d defendants appeared ': worthless check; $50 court, I'. amenities and planned activities: you'll enjoy active,

before 'Judge George H.- ,costs make restitution. Center' .carefree living -'all for one monthly fee. All apart'
,Pierce July T Bradford Manning pled no contest issuingworthless '
County' call and: limited
Traffic Criminal Court, their cases check.$25, Handyway) Keystone Helghts-.Office, .mentsnclude an emergency system
received final disposition. $50 court costs, make restitution.' '260B S. Blvd. personal care servic'esare, available.,, '
Manning pled no contest ($25 Han- ,' Lawrence Just fill out the coupon below and plan on visiting
Robert James Hoechst pled guilty dyway); $50 court costs, make. '. "'
',.' driving while license suspended restitution. ,us soon; to find out how you.can enjoy.r i et'ireinentthe ;

.\, "';'', :':.':;'\' :. .(DWLS); fined $180. Mary Janine Manning pled no con-. way it should bet '. )'
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Fe Community-College this Daniel J.: Davis (whose wife Melanie. .. Low Back & Leg; Retirement Living The Way It Should/ ( Be
Fall should take the ACT Test to be. is the daughter of Pat and Rose 'rm \(
administered at the Starke Center McNabb of Lake Butler) was ararded In Ha 1-800-654-2996: ) 373-4032
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on Tuesday, July 26. the Good Conduct Medal. '
I i The test, which lasts approximately The medal signifies faithful and OR. RICHARD O. TULLER, '(. 2801 N.W. 83rd Street Gainesville, Florida32606A
four will not-ffX'pratit' ." owned arRjniMtion 'fully",......J by.Mon. nun t flvlimiwftt SOTVMM
; ( hours begin promptly at obedient service during a four year ," \ ,
6 p.m. It will be necessary for those period. To earn it, Davis achieved CHIROPRACTIC ,_________________________. '
t. who take the ACT Test to fill out an and maintained a satisfactory level '
application to SFCC prior to taking of performance and an unblemished CARE'WHEN' YOU ""Yes! I'wan't to learn more about The Village.'
the test If they have not yet been admitted conduct record for the entire period.He Please send additional information to: '
to the college. There is no is currently serving with Strike NEED IT-2'4 HOURSADAY.

charge for the test. Fighter Squadron-83, Naval Air Sta-( Name iWJ.Address. .
Results of the ACT will be used to tion Cecil Field, Jacksonville.A 1979 7 DAYS "- ri-
determine placement in Santa.Fe's'' graduate of Union County High WEEKOffice -' F. L '-
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News BriefsOcala

Man KilledIn check out two suspicious black taking a chalnsaw July 3, two outboard Recognizing the danger presentedto Jerry Fisher, P.T. '
Starke Accident males sitting In a blue Cadillac park motors from The Slab(July 4) the public by defective vehicle,
ed in the parking lot of 905 ThomasSt. and burglary of the Pine Tree Inn, 'equipment Trooper will concen-', BY APPOINTMENT ggq gOOO
A 57-year-old Ocala man died July As the officers approached the last month according to Investigator trate their efforts on vehicles being .
13 from Injuries suffered In a two car vehicle to Investigate they smelled a / David Aderholt operated: with defects such as bad
accldent'in' Starke. 'strong odor of marijuana when the Marchant has also been charged brakes, worn tires and defective
.John T. King died at 10:04: p.m. driver exited the vehicle, according 'with burglary and petit theft from lighting equipment In addition attention VidloYr '
after being flown by TRAUMA I to to Patrolmen K.R.Hinds,Jr.and G. Lett's Corner, said Aderholt. will be directed to drivers '....
Jacksonville University Hospital E. Hayes.There was a small quantity Charges against Marchant Include ,who would violate the driver license I
following a 3:33: p.m. accident at the of cannabis and rolling papers on grand theft,petit theft(failure to appear laws of Florida. Producti'onl ;' '
Starke city limits on US-301 ''south, the front seat. Further investigation possession of crack cocaine The Patrol has found these checkpoints '
according to Patrolman Gordon revealed Crack cocaine(street value (failure to appear),' grand theft to be an effective means of enforcing -
Smith. King received lacerations ,$3,000) was also in the possession of burglary grand theft, battery of a the equipment and driver'
about the neck and face,said Smith the two men. law enforcement officer and license laws of Florida while Insur Specializing .Weddings: Special
Driver of northbound 1983 BMW Darrell LatreU William 25 and criminal mischief 'to
a 'according ing the protection of all motorists. .,
Christine M.Ottenstoroer,apparently Dwight Andre Swain, 18, were Deputy Barry King. Occasions: and,8 mm to VHS
fell asleep and drifted across the charged with possession of crack coCaine Total bond was set at$11,000,Mar- Union County 'We ourselves/ Professional Videos
roadway striking a 1983 Honda, said Hinds. chant remains in custody. 'The Florida pride
driven by King,which was in the median Swain was additionally charged Highway Patrol will
turnaround,said Smith. ,with possession of a concealed conducting driver license and 481-4320
Ottenstoroer was transported by weapon when a small caliber han-. Starke'.Man Charged Vehicle inspection checkpoints dur
Rescue to Bradford Hospital due to a dgun was found underneath his leg ing the week of July 22 through July
minor knee injury.No as he exited the vehicle, said Hinds. With Sexual BatteryA 28 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-23l7sR-Mlr
charges have been filed at this Bond on each of the charges was 26-year-old Starke man has been SR-238, CR-18, CR-237 CR-229, FOREMOST- astt' 'PRICE WISESal
time the Investigation is continuing. set at$2,000,both men were releasedon ,charged with sexual battery and aggravated CR-125,Union CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- +
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Neither driver was wearing their own recognizance assault after he allegedly Prices
seatbelts, according to InvestigatorM. forced a 32-year-old woman to have l
to bring Good
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T. McClain. Hampton sex with him.Anthony .
---'-- Forges ChecksA (Tony) ''Martin was arrested LOWER PRICES! Thru
,Gate's'Robbers July 18 after the victim said Jury 27
Sentenced To DOCTwo :20-year-old Hampton man has he grapped her as she was walking
been charged with three counts of ut- on:North Street,according: to Lt.W
Reddick men charged with tering a forged bank check. C. Reno., She'said Martin kept a
the robbery of the Gate's Store at I Landon'Howard Underwood was knife at her throat and forced her in- JOHNNY '
US-301 and CR-18 near Hampton arrested July 14 after he stole three ,to a house to have sex with him,said FLH. TWIN THERTRE CANADIAN
were sentenced Monday to serve.;, payroll checks and cashed them at Reno. Starke ,9645451Open KENTUCKY WALKER
prison time.Reginald. Winn Dixie, according to Investigator Martin's version differs from the TAVERN CLUB
Eugene Barren, 27, and / David Aderholt. The ''victim.According to Martin,he paid Euery, Night 4 RED
Richard Hosea Carr, 25,entered the three checks totalled $489, said ,the victim $10 to go in the house to
convenient store last October 9 Aderholt. Bond was set at.$2,000 on, have sex,with him, according to the Starts Friday, July 22THE.
shortly after midnight and demanded the charges. report. '
cash. One of the men had a gun An outstanding capias charging Bond was set at $6,000, Martin remains GREAT''OUTDOORS' 99 99 799 .
_,under his coat,according to Director Underwood with failure to appear in custody. 6 11 1
of Operations Don Denton; After ripping for arraignment for petit theft was' ,
the phone from the wall the pair also executed,said Aderholt.Under-
left the store with an undetermined 'wood allegedly stole a video cassette FliP Troopers' Rated: PG LTR k 750 LTR
amount of cash. A few hours later In recorder, said Aderholt. Bond for
Marion County an almost identical that charge was set at $101. Continue License,' I I .. SCREEN TWO "I I
robbery took place and Barron and Underwood was released on his Vehicle''Inspections CANADIAN

Carr were apprehended, found guil- own recognizance. Bradford County LORD ,MORGAN FINGER
ty and sentenced.
Barren who completed his Wanted Starke Man The Florida Highway Patrol will Tom CALVERT SPICED GOLD
sentence from Marion County, was, Arrested in TrentonA be conducting driver license and RUM
sentenced July 18 in Bradford I County vehicle inspection checkpoints during Hanks 11'(;( TEQUILA '
to 21 months in DOC and has been 21-year-old Starke man wanted the week of July 22 through July 99
returned to prison. for recent thefts and burglaries in 28 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, 12 99 "
Carr was sentenced to four years, Bradford County,was picked up last, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16. .CR-21B, SUMMERTIME FUN MOVIE' 6
DOC for the Bradford charges, concurrent -; week by authorities in Trenton., CR-225,' CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, I Wednesday; July 27th 749
with time/ now,serving. ,Warrants were issued for James CR-227, R-221.CR-230 and CR-100A BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED '
: >;Wilson Marchant charging him with in Bradford County.'MORTGAGE. 1.75 760 750
','Showtime 10:30: a.m. &2 p.m.
Starke Man Charged AH Seat 1.00 ', <> '' '' '' '''' ; '
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.,With Stealing Checks rmz ':;}.r? 4'\,<< ,tf.<;\. <[1 n-Kouse: Speclats. I, $ / ; '; ,

A 18-year-old Starke man has been : Whit'LaSel SienS ; >5 'Y..:: >" ;
charged with'''forgery of stolen 301 DRIVEIflStarke : ; :f.:7rr: : ,5,99. : -ITR:(

checks.. ., ; 964-7484 Lawson CreekGfn"5.99: : LTR. J,
Albert Odell'Smith, Jr'allegedly'took : BA MK ERS "" "
checks from a home where he t Frt Sat & Sun Lawson: Creekyodka:: ,;,,' 4 5,99 ,LTR.
'Ii. was painting and later forged and t 4!
cashed the checks which were miss j Playing Every Fri. & Sat. 9:00: prn-2:00: am
ing from the house, according to Investigator [@J .
David Aderholt. Smith The Ray Parrish Band
was arrested July 17 and charged DUNDEE:
with uttering a forged bank check; Harold K.Davis loan Officer
forgery and grand theft said A BAM or UOSTOH COMPANY JAM SESSION SUNDAY. JULY 24

Aderholt.Bond set at,$3,000 total. for the' Banc ostoll Mortgage Corporation' '
was I Admission::
\ 1 11 charges, cash or surety Smith remains LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS Adults.......................' 990 301,'; LIQUORS:; & LOUNGE
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On Drug Charges F1IA, VA: ,Conventional Home Mortgages' Mortgages;
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Three men were arrested July 15 --
after the vehicle they were in was l
stopped for a traffic violation. % & } %
Jonathan James Brooks was Bradford ,
charged after a crack pipe was seen
by officers in plain view on the const Chiropractic Center
>le in the car,according to Lt.John
Hodges and Patrolman Danny Starke Office S Gone Sale, Continues
Thrift. He' was charged with two '
218 S. Walnut St. .'
counts of possession of marijuana
drug paraphernalia -) Next to the Chamber of Commerce '
and possession fo
Believe, there's lot of
said Lt. Hodges. He was 9644957PAIN me, a
''released after a $2,500 surety. bond. '

was posted. horse trading going on. . .
David 19,of Keystone
John Crews CONTROL a _____ tUtsZ'*lV Iir1srfc -
Heights was charged with posses
,{ sion of marijuana and possession of Headaches
'drug paraphernalia,with bond set at, ,. Neck & Arm ',See'KimorHeavyThey
$1,500. He was released on his own .
Mid Back j,,' Now.
recognizance.' Victor Anthony'' ,'Jarvis ,,18 of' .,Low Back& Leg: ,INJURIES will deal on _

Melrose.'was charged with possession -' .Work R.II'.
of crack cocaine, Said Hodges. ,e Sport_ t anything in'the r-
Bond was set at $1,000' he,".was ,.P.rI' 'I(. 'storeHeavy [No.. Kim These Aren't Barrel Riders!!
his own recognizance. .
released on Auto Ac eeldea/
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in Starke Tuesday after they, ,;zf HOURS A DAY,*7;, DAYS A WEEK POSTS 0 or H
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crack cocaine. ;964-4957.24 HOUR BEEPER' ,25 Yr. Guarantee '$ \ Ration a't
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CHEVY Vi TON 4x4 PARTS front and 205 N* Tm6U. Stdrke.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- axle IN CITY. $6,000. App for modular W..NTED'I PROPERTY, 'RENO AREASPlease "
rear transfers
milled to the Bradford County etc. 964.JM12. TFce ', home. Call 964-5764; ,after S, call writ. P. O. Drawer 280.,Starke, 4sr
Telegraph office In writing and paid In 1949 FORD TRUCK brand 964-5251.3/07 tin Flo. 3209 M7TP lljaTerwIllegar ,
.advance unless credit I I. already flatheat new motor PLEASANT GROVE AREAt oH Rd: 16 BOY SCOUT TROOP (IB needs. camping
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established with this office. hear to Weil. 12.9 ocr... half cleared wth| 2 BR supplies and ether donated material' 407 CENTER ST. Two Apartment $25.0001
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT 1C 9646133.appreciate,'Price negotiable.Call mobile home used at rental, Many' If you have Item !you would like .Mi to 401 CENTER STREET) $ 10.0001k
HELD RESPONSIBLE. FOR MISTAKES IN 1979 FORD 4tchg 71J .8/4 choices for 'u... Farming animals, pick up to get them out of your way or
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER FIESTA tan with black 4 chicken houses trailer pork, housing would |lust like to donate to u.. please
speed 2,door hatchback, AC, great subdivision or lust a home with a big call 96<1- 993 or 468-1581 write to '
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Classified ,deadline .It TUESDAY, 721ISIS gas mil.og.$550. Call 964-6849, Itchg ''yard. Asking $29,000 Negotiable. Quartermaster Troop 518, P.O. Box lOOKING 1 FOR A DEAL Two prl.re...'aoi South, )Reduced to ....000. t.

NOON, prior to Thursday publication. THUNDERBIRD take 96 -6305 days or 96 .8970 and 156. Starke, Fl. 32091. W. will take
Clattlfied deadline It TUESDAY overpayments 96<1.8705 oft.r 6 p.m. S/12TF anything. Thank you. 41 7/7-28
display 964-8693/ after 3 p.m. Itchg LOCATION, LOCATION! This prim. commercial leseH.n $07 w. M.dlsenSt. ,
5.00 I'.M, Special Clattlfled display MOBILE HOME PARK on GriHlt Loop, WWI VIET-
7/21 could .w eonv.rfed to tweeds.w
directly .cross WD year
placement It NOT Guaranteed. 1987 RANGER Hwy 100-A, Have 4 unit ,
Minimum charge for clottlfied ads I I. XLTr ,Take overpayments, acreage for mar. mobile hornet. JAPANESE swords, medal, daggers,

15 words for $3.50, then 15 centt for 'j 1974 964-8693 DELTA after 5 Ml p.m.4 Itchg door 7/21 sedan $38.000. Call 964-6305 days! 964.8970, uniforms, helmet, patches, books, $0 CHIC. so CHEAP 1 Newly .model" a I.. .., freshly pe",,". se
each word thereafter, Oldsmobile, $650. 9647235. 2tchd 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12 TF flags, posters, DOMINIC co"... 62. Pinewood St. U7.900,
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MOBILE HOMES ,197* GMC DUMPTRUCK: 2 ton, new rear- new
:than .three years old or homes On YARD SALE HOMES
FOR SALE end, transmission broke and engine. county maintained rood: Beautiful oak GRAHAM 3/2.. 2.78 Ac.1930, *".,' 85.000 I
Good condition. 96<1.7610oft.r 5:30
: trees, high and dry. Below ground septic KINCSLEY LAKE 90' on lake; 3/1 '
2tpd 7/21.28
1916 p.m. ....., systems perml< mobile home, TOYOTA PS, PB, '
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Ing. $500 down $100 per month, July 23. 9-12 noon. Household Items, 120S BANDING ST CB 313bo 43.000LAKE
park on Grlf' f i* Loop. Acreage for more AM/FM/cossette' 'AC. $8,500. 'Call 964-5OB6 or 9648073. tchg7l1..8/ clothes, Snapper lawn' mower, etc BUTLER Brick verwer.3/1'4 46.000
mobile hornet or lott. 38000. Call 377- 983 after 6pm. Itchg 7/21, RESIDENTIAL HOMESITESt 1715 E. Call St.. Stork., Itchg 7/21
near KeyttoneIn SMALL FARM 3.83 Acre*, from / .
1982 DODGE OMNI 2 door AM/FM
after 5:30 ,964-8970 or 96<8705.. all Reduced
: p.m. Bradford county on SE 62nd Ave.Lake MOVING SALE mutt go. ,
CROSBY LAKE cedorond
3/3 TFoJ9 | .t.r.o. 4 sped $1,000. Call 964-2885 access lot to Bedford Lake,' high, drastically. Frl' X Sat., 9-4 p./n./ NE 10thSt. *stone .
8 21x50 MOBILE HOME: 'move and after 6pm.; 2tpd 7/21-28 'and dry. Owner financing $500 down, ., off 16 Eatt. Kltch.n set and gray CRYSTAL LAKE fuml.hecliog
1977 DODGE 4x4 lift kit. 31S N. MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR : ,
96 .4613 power wagon
or chair 7/21
assume paymentt. $100 per month' 964-5086 or 964.8073. vinyl Itpd
964-5036 from 5.9 p.m. Itpd 7/21 .' roll bar, headers, runt good, needs 4tchg 7/14-8/4 FOUR FAMILIES lot* of girls clothes; all CONERLY ESTATES 3/2 tone ( 85,000
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 '/. both some work, $650 964-4877, Itchg 7/21 sizes; flower orrangementt. 301 North HWY.22SI 2/1 from, 3 stall barn, 35.500
on 2,93 acres In Starke area. $18,000, 1982 HONDA ACCORD 2 door. LX, "AT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Stork., about 2 miles out Friday, and CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club
Call 9048293960. 4tpd 7/21-8/11 PS, PB, $2900 or best offer, 96<1-.0<46. Saturday ftchg 7/21 GOOD LOOKING new brick .. ,
1976 12x60 NEW MOON mobile home. Itchg 7/21 RENT/LEASE/SALE FRIDAY SATURDAY' 10-4 p.m. Dinnette 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR. 1 ..... 23.750
Call 964: 666., price. negotiable. 2tchg' 1969 C"EV'ICKUI', 307 engine, needs set, sofa coffee fable, clothet, 112S NEIL COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba, 36,000KEYSTONE
7/21-28 repair, $700 OBO. 471-7050. Itpd 7/2,1, FOR LEASE 1,000 sq, ft., 301 South antique table, pit bull puppies. 32 Ave. COUNTRY CLUBS 3 BR, 1 50,000KEYSTONE
NEW 1 14x70: $800 down buys 2 BR, 1 3>4 1983 FORD WAGON,, good shape.. aero from' new' KOA/Walmart. NW which it next to Baylett Hwy. Baptist HTSt spacious, quiet, Frontier'S'' '

bath, tow payment, Call 276-3647... 964- 507. 3tpd 7/21-8/4 964-8848. 96<1.... 7. or'eves, 4733627. Itchg 7/21 Lg. FR. kit/DR combo,,2000 ..(. ,
2tchg 7/21-28 ,1982 CAPRICE CLASSIC diesel station 4/16 tfnchg exc. cond. Attum. mart$ 55.000BROOKER
2000 SQ. FT.' DOUBLE WIDE!t 4 BR or den Wagon. $2.000. 782 3287. Itchg 7/21) FISH CAMP: totally equipped tavern, SCHOOLSUNITED : 3/2 brick and frame, 44.000MENG

option. Only $2500 down buys you your mobile home, lakefront acreage, DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, / 40.000
dream home at Global of Orange Park. HOMES owner finance 10%, John, ,Curies
276-3647 2tchg 7/21-28 United Realty of Starke.. 964.8447-; eves TRAVEL SCHOOLS reterva- .,...
1919 CHAMPION doublewlde, $1250 FOR SALE 473-3627, 5/19TF tlohittt, travel agent, ticket agents, HWY. 32$ 10 acres joint Alachua 25,500
down Include one acre fully "-CO, LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County live compute training, placement CONERLY ESTATES lot 10 10,000
developed Coll \1276-3647. 2tchg'' THREE BEDROOM home In town convenient for tale. Good for any r.tallilquor assistance, financial old available, cor MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acre t ,Intlde 10,000
'7121.28 location, clot to'everything business I.e., package store, lounge, respondence/resident, training. Accredited BROWNLEE.. 36.43 ocret,' < 82,332
Nice, lot with Variety of tr.... Owner'' restaurant, bar! motel fraternal, Member NHSC toll free RD.100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded '7.000
ANIMALS & PETS onxiou: Coll today. Robert ,Real lodge. No food tale required. Broker 1-800-782-2480. Headquarter. Clear. HAMPTON,438 ocr... This 38,000
FOR SALE Estate; 964-6262.6/2 Btchg 7/21 protected. Call George, 8137864222. 'water. Fl. 88-348 LAWTEY: S acres 105th Ave., good 15.000
) 2 BR, 1 bath frame home, move to your pd 8/25 UNITED TRUCK MASTER: trucks, .driver" .0.100 El 12 ocret plus fish pond 26.000
QUARTERHORSESi' good price. !, Call !lot 4737721.. Itchg 7/21 FOR RENTs Office spore or retail soles'area. training DOT certification, job placement 1'.IMITIVEIAI'TlST CHURCH RD.t 50.000CROSBY
782-3537.3tchg717.21' ,' Downtown Starker' $300 per assistance, financial aid LAKE LOT cleared 100'on 19.800

HORSE FOR SALE 3 yrt. old. Chestnut, REAL ESTATE DOWNTOWN month.: Call 964 6305.LAWTEY."spac'iousbuildings .John..TF ''training.available,Accredited, corretpondence/retident member NHSC.. WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Flo.. ;' 15.000

15 hands, broke 7/14-2T well., 964-6853, ask for OUT OF AREA, needs work. Chop $15,000 Call toll free 18003463112., Headquarters .....COMMERCIAL._.. I
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:u 772- .r.O or 2729219. 2tpd 71421WAREHOUSE SUPER COMMERCIAL I.Great two story building corner Call Walnut St.,. t I
old large size for breeding. A '
year I OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded SPACE AVAILABLE from, 3198 ..f., clean, excellent condition, live upstairs, hove '
steal, for 721.28PUPPIESFREE$150. 96<1.7138 or. 96<1.. 02\\' lots, river access, $5450 Each. No 1500 to 5000 tq. .ft:. ,Call ,9645414., r: business'downstairs, Best locotlonf Enterprise Zone Benefits.),
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,TO GOOD HOME Call money dawn 16222438.$65 41 monthly.1/7TF Owner ,tchg 7121.8/11 3.34 ACRES--J01 South! 190' on 301, 94 zoned commercial 96' zoned ,

.yningsl964-8475. Itchg 7/21 ROBBINSVILLE 1-236-4579 or N.C. Lakefront home. Open Rural, small BR home S tlnglewlde I CB bldg., utility shed $ 62,000
WALDO! 200x400 fenced, zoned B-A $ 30.000
Furnished 2 BR,, 1 both deck, storage.dock MATHEWS REALTY
BUSINESS L. Real- LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trailer park 55.000
$56,500. Call Ralph Crisp
N.C. 28901 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85.000
'OPPORTUNITIES ty Co.. Andrew, '
800-438-8621. 88341PERSONALS :964T4469 03 THOMPSON ST; 11.362 t.f., brick, Enterprise Zone Benefit $ 80.000
301 Ni 1.5 acre, MH hook-up 2 bldgt, 240' on 301 great value. $ 37.000 i
'1000 SUNBEDS.:TONING TABLES. Sunal REALTOR 301 NORTH, by EconoLodge 16S.01'on. SOl, -, ,';'t\, ,:;,: '$120.OOO ,';r/
'WOLFF, Tanning Beds, SlenderQuetl" MOBILE HOMES lawteyr.20 acres with.600 ft..Kwy4 301 NORTH eppra Call for FREE colofcatalogue. '
Passive Soy.to 50% 1985 Fleetwood 52x26. 3 BR.. 2 Ba, 125 frontage. ......COMMERCIAL.....' ,
,, CH&A. 1 acre near Bedford Lk, CR 125 35 acres cleared patture.CR $35O/mo.
18002286292.88349 A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCEAuttraliap :- Three Duplexes. 2 BR. T Ba
MOBILE HOME, PARK on Grlffit Loop. ; European Scandinavian 1913 Fleetwood 52.204" 3 BR, 2 Ba, 125 15 acre, farmhouse & 4 Four. Bedroom 2 Bath '$45O/mo.'

Acreage for 'more mobile home, High School! Exchange Student orrlvr. CH4A. front/rear patio dbl. car chicken house After: Hours
$38,000. Coll after 5:30 p.!" .,964.8970.. Ing in August. Become a host family for garage, Highrldge Estates; Keystone .SR 100 Wi 13 acres $2300 per acre, 473-7541
964.8705. TF American Intercultural Student Ex Ht.., many extras. frontage on both tide, of hwy. Ann. rwlllegar Nelson t# ,

BOILER FARM approx. 26 acres, on west change. Call l-800-SIBLING., fcon HOMES ,Cltyi on. acre on Laura St.; room for John Langford Malt.r Appraiser l.5.J 496-2291,

16. 964-5156.-Itchg 7/7-28, 88-3-42' -FmHAi Fix up 3 BR, 1. Bo, CHSA several residential. Paulin. Randolph wuTMtuM, 964-6323
H. Jenkins St.. 15000. Cltyi 1.38 Ac., great office location; 964-4223

f FmHAi Several nice 3 BR, 1 1'/, Ba, '.Crly: .SR 100: 3.5 ocret,', potential Joy Thornton _
$23.000 to $39,000. 'commercial development area.
r .Colley .d',3 BR, 2'A ba. CHtA HOMU..C.EAGEgarage

ft i & carport chain link fenced' Union Ctyi 135 acres, 2700 'tq.it.

yard. brick home David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
St. Clalr St.l 2 BR, 1 Ba, CHSA with Alachua Ctyt CR 231,10 acres.pine,

larg. family room. 3 BR. 2 ba, CHOA quiet area Collision Work Free Estimates
t -W.,Call St. 2 BR,',1 ba; CHSA. guest, ,Alachua Ctyt CR' 139., 8.33 ocret, einsuronce

,home, 3 additional building lott. 2800 ,.f. CB" large oaks t hickory, CR 229 NW 28th St Starke 9646133AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Walnut St. BR 2 ba ideal
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Little Lake Santa Fe 1 100x160 !
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.. High Springs 5 or' 10 acres, owner .GoIfvlev l ir iinH>iltlfn|. 210x250 ft.' : I Accelerated'Xe&fty,o :

financing. lot.
'Susan M. Faulkner','GRt.CRB PresidentERAFaulkner'1eatty Associate
'Bob Ma.tnews.Rea'ltor Andy : :

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

'Located' Hwy; ;301' ,2 blks. S: of SR 100.,221 W..' ,Lafayette' St, j I4AVERN H. OUTLAW .. [@] :;HWY.301S., Starke. FL IB :.

,CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE: 2. beautiful.wooded lots,' Broker REALTOR


screen porch, workshop; utility building beautiful, pool with, large Thinking of buying orselling' : tr Homes f 'Lots Acreage */ Waterfront' :

screened patio over 3/4 acre of land In town. ? Call us' /,Farms :r Commercial,
.CLARK ST.t 3 BR, 11/2 bath brick veneer,; has family.room;. 9644522STARKE & Weekends
I Evenings .
fenced backyard Priced in $40s.
FLs BEDFORD LAKE 2 BR/1 BA From. CH1A;Fireplace, Stove, Refrl, Carpet 11
NICE HOME IN TOWN3 BR, 2 bath Ig. family room, plenty Ofkitchen I .
MSAl CRAe. Drapes, Two Dock, Workshop SW Mobil. Home, lot I'
cabinets, over 2,000 s.f., fenced yard. Only $49,900.; r Well Septic.SAMFSON '
"10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES: Fenced 4 wells 2 septics, elec.. pole. : : i LAKE Two-Story log Home, 3 BR/2U/2BA CH A.' Stove; Refrl I It
i ; 1' Dishwasher, 3000 SF, W.II. Septic

this out with our office.'WATERFRONT Op.t Dick.on Lucille C Spry GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION TStaryllock, 6400 SF., up to, 3.7 Ac, | .

: 2 BR, 11/2 bath dock. completely I furnished. Re 064-7333 |REALTOR Res. 964 8420D located on Busy 301.t .. I '
3 ACRES-ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA Block Formal Living.DIning Room,
Only 38000. *lcnated Appraiser* Family Room CHSA, Garage, Well B Septk. .

BUILDER'S NEW HOME:3 ,BR. 1 1/2 bath on 1 acre. $45,900. Your Full Service Real Estate Office NEAR LAWTIV ,. 2BR/1BA, Frame' 38R/2BA Doublewlde Like New| .

ACRE with well & septic paved road ,frontage, Appraisal* for Residence Farm Commercial Business 'w/Potla. I Carport CHA,, Fireplace, Well Septic Owner Financ

ing/Good Term. 6.92 Ac.. .
I NEAT 2 BR 1 bath starter home or investment.. $30,000. and A Few of Our Many Listings .CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES rv\ 3BK/2BA Block Living' Dining B Family|

another at $3t,000. Rooms, CHA 1416 SF, Drape 8 Carpet. Welt ( Septic;; large Lot. .

; 'BRICK HOME' BR 2 1/2 bath on nice lot off Bessent Rd. EXCELLENT STARTER HOME 2/1 on 1 acre In Starke..$25,000 '' RIVER FRONTAGE .2BR/1BA. SW/MH in Excellent Cr ."... Well B Septic',|
j ,FRAME HOME: B.outlful..tllng with pecan trees, on 2 ocret. paved rood:, 9.5 Ac, $26,000, land Only 22000. _
STORY cedar brick
'BEAUTIFUL 2 & home 37
on acres, some CB convenient to CH/AC Unit. Stotefrl., Fenced. .
!"OWNER FINANCING) low down payment 10% Interest. 3/2 LAURA STREET 3BR/1BA Block ,
planted pines, some pasture.: shopping schools' churches., Over'1500 tq. ft. $45,000,' PINEWOOD, DRIVE .,2BR/1BA Block Kitchen-Dining Combo, Family Room. | .
REMODELED FRAME HOME on 301 approximately' 1 acre. ALMOST NEW Home on Hampton Lake Owner trantferred. Many amenities Corner Lot. .
Neat HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres, 2300..f., excellent water.DEERWOODi FOLK STREET ; 3BR/1BA Frame, lot 50x150 Ft.. $9,900., .
1 mile to Storfte. quiet development with deed restrictions, over GRAND STREET +I 3BR/1BA Frame, Well B Septic 2 Acre.
'BUSINESS & HOME on 301 North with good down payment. 1600 t.f.. Immaculate. $83,000,. LAWTEV AREA -3BR/1BA Frame Well 8 Septic 1 Acre. ,

I'' owner financing. -14 ACRES MORE OR>ESSt dote' to Stark.'On paved rood. $2.000 per acre IAWTEV -4BR/18A Frame. Lor;. Living Dining. Room. Porches, largel .

.OWNEFi ANXIOUS to sell. Singlewide MH on 2 1/2 acres close BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2,000 tq. ft.. Crystal lake occest.GREAT Lot. City,Water Septic Tank

to Starke.: BUYS Slorke excellent neighborhood 3/1'A, eat-In" kitchen and, more. SELECTED PROPERTIES .

1 ,WALDOt: Neat '1400*.!.. 3 bedroom CH.A, 34000.' 20'ACRES: SW Mobile Home 2 Well, Septic Tank, Planted. Plnes.'
LAWTEY AREA: Fix up homeTon"1 acre $17,900 .+ BRICK ON MORGAN RD.l 3/2. CHA on two acret. (SOLDI/) 45 ACRES Breaker. Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Term'

BRICK HOME on over 5 acres, 3 BR, 2 Ba, has been reduced. NEAT AS A PINi New roof new bathroom clot: to Stark. 10 ACRES r. Will Divide. Pecan Grove Well B Septic. Owner Financing.,' ,

BUSINESS IN STARKE! make appointment\ to see. .LOCATION LOCATION In Stark., custom home on 3 acres 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove, Fish Pond,.Owrr.r Financing.;, .
1 ACRES Good Commercial Location 16W.
On Hwy ;
35 ACRES wooded tend. Reduced.
I Lease/Purchase' '.1 ACRES Zoned for Mobil. Home. .

NEW You pick the carpet In Stark., 3/2. CH A. $2.000 down, $500 per mo, 'I ONE-HALF ACRE .. Zoned for Mobil Home. $3.000.,'
: Q..Emm Call One of Our Professionally' NEW COUNTRY COLONIAL H ocr.,. 3/2. CHIA. dbl garage $2,000 dn.,, FIVE ACRES .. HWY 301, South. .
LOT ON HWY Ml SOUTH Good Business location,

1\ Trained Staff Today.9645069 $600/mo.LARGE BRICK HOME'on Mimosa .D,:. near hotp., 2700 *.!., CHAA and more. LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on the lake. .
LAKE LOTS Crosby < Sampson. Owner Financing.
S2.OOO down, $700/mo. '
;; After Hours Call 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
'. Call Us About LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City .
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NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish TWO BEDROOM furnished trailer, on. KEYSTONE CENTER -' executive pecan .. WASHING Houses, mobil.
ed. laundry facilities Included. Video child no pets $225 month plus s curl. paneled office space. $225 per month. home, pools, decks, sidewalks Fre..stimat. NANNY NEEDED Mature lady with own STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage
room available. Will accept one child, ty. 964-2456. 2tpd 7/21.28 473. 961. 7/7 tfnchg .".) Call Rob 473-3590. 7/7 transportation to supervise household space? W. have 5x10 and 10x10 mint' (
no p.'*. Palms Apt.. 2313 N, T.mpl.Av. EXTRA NICE 3/2 doublewlde, fully KEYSTONE CENTER 500 sq. ft. office or tfnchg from 2:30 to 6:30: p.m..,weekday Call ,warehouses, Hal. and Associates
... Storks 33091. 10/39; TF equipped near Bedford lake. $400 $220 per mo. 4734961. 7/7 ROOFING GUTTERING Tear' off, haul 496-2731 or 96-1375. References required. '496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile ho..... month. 964-6941 or 964.8076. Itpd 7/21 tfnchg away and replace Quality work. .. Itchg. 7/21 TOY pOODLE AND lHASA APSO PUPS
Vt mil. from city Nice neighborhood." THREE BEDROOM li BATH furnished ON LAKE GENEVA 'Furnished 2 BR Reasonable rats Coll Keith 4730768. 0 Two female 1 "'01.. First shot and
466-1333. IO/8TF apartment, 1st floor No pets. home w/larg. living room d/r bath 7/7 tfnchg HELP WANTED wormed. $50. sods Call 4952466.
FURNISHED ROOM with alr. all utllltlet 9642796. Itchg 72)PERSONAL) large,deck overlooking lake. Dock 4 KERR LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yards "p paid from $37.50 per week laundry facilities available. 4732919. Free estimates, In Keystone and Starke REFRIGERATOR WASHER AND DRYER
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.. by Post 7/7 tfnchg" area, call 96.4.2281. 4tchg 6/30.7/28 GOOD PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD Coll 496-2090.; 7/21 2tchg. 7/28
Office. TF SERVICESWANT LAWNS MOWED BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.
1 eR COTTAGE near library. Furnished $12 average lawn,
MOBILE HOMES)'3 5R. 1 BATH WITH AC AC. lake privileges. $240 month. some slightly higher 4734055. 4tpd lake Butler Apparel, 650 SE. 2nd
COVERED PATIOS. I MILE TO TO DRINK. ..73-4961.717 tfnchg 6/30-7/21 Street, Lake Butler 4963601. tfn/chg SALE

414TFIN WANT TO STOP? room, beautiful hordwood floors In adjust tension In your home. Special CRUISE. SHIPS NOW HIRING|. Summer ,1-3-t ACRI PARCELS 160 acre (arm,
TOWN cleanl: BR haute on shaded. THAT OURSI large LR/DR.: Stove refrigerator furnished $14.95. Repair all brands Work and, career opportunities. Excellent ,would, make nice horse farts ''low
lot CHAA carpet. Pr.f.r quiet workIng Alcoholic Anonymous laundry i dock facilities. Im guaranteed. "73-7862.7/21 tfnchg pay. I World travel I Call (refundable) down payment owner financed. Ap-
adult No pet*. For appt. 16 view '64. 160 or 94-2000 maculate. 4732919. 7/7 tfnchg WILL BABYSIT In my home. Daytime or 1(511)( ) 59.3734. Ext P3339D.7/21 3tpd, prox. 1/2 acre, paved road, with 2
call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $335 month, pd thru 9/29 CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS 2 BR MH evening hour References,available. 8/4 bedroom mobile home en SR18. Hale
plus security depo.lt. Firm, 5/5TF CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free '4733732.
$250 per month. Fenced carport 4lchg 7/7-28 and Associates. 496.3939, tfn/chg.
PINE FOREST APARTMENTSi now taking ..tlmol... HANDYMAN FENCE CO., screened; porch Call t-904-473-4221 or HANNA LAWN CARE Dependable service FOR RENT '12/31
application' for 2 and 3 bedroom Owner Tommy Reddlslw 964-8559 TF 1-9O4-388-6109 2tpd 7/14-21 mowing trimming raking .dg.
apartment, starting at $195 and $215. HOME REPAIR painting roofing, new 2 MOBILE HOMES 1 with :3 BR. 1 with 2 'ing landscaping. Reasonable rats\
CHA fully equipped kitchen coble and tear off. Additions, r.mod.ling. BR, with air conditioning. 473.2730 Call 964-6074. Itpd 7/21 CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C ,CARS/TRUCKS
,.ad." 1530 W. Madison St.,''964-6313. Thomas E. Le. Construction office 4tchg 7/14-8/4 MOWING large lots or lawn mowing Extras. Reasonable Rents. PINES'!' Coll

Mon-Frl 9.5 p.m. Equal Housing. Op. 964-2852 home 431-1675. 7/7TF RENT WITH OPTION ..'2 BR 2 BA n.w MH '."'Ic.. Call after 6 p.m. 475-1573 ask 4962366. SRI21., lake ,Butler ,7/14
portunity. 5/19TF SEWING MACHINES Sales and Service, with fireplace, 3 blocks fromschool.. ,for Frank. I tchg 7/21) tfnchg. 1976 GMC C.O.E. ASTRO S-67I DETROIT
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKE I I. now all makes. cleaned ,oiled adjusted $325 plus security deposit. 473-797S. HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions "" 10 speed. 3 new, tires, wet line 'Coll43IH155.
taking' application for 1 2 bedroom '$15. All work guaranteed Corner 4tchg 7,4-8/4 or complete building. 30, year PERSONAL SERVICES" 3000.. Run great, Itpd 7/21,
apartment. $199 and $219 ,month Morgan Rd. CR 16, James Strickland RENT WITH OPTION 3 BR, 2 BA new MH experience serving' Bradford and Cloy -.
CHSA, fully equipped kitchen. cable 9648733. 12/3TF with central heat a air In High Ridge Counties. 473-4018 5/29 tfn HANNA LAWN 'CARE ,HOMES FOR SALE
ready. 964-7395 or 964-4314. 5/36TF' LAWN SERVICE for residential and com. Estates. $32 plus security deposit, FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? Dependable, service -
EFFICIENCY ROOM low weekly rate, merclol.. Landscaping tree removal 473-7975. 4tchg 7/14-8/4 House out of level?? LeRue leveling mowing trimming raking edg
utilities furnished clean, quiet no lawn vocuum.d. No |ob ,too big ormall. NEW MOBILE HOME 2 BR, furnished on service for all your foundation repairs, ,Call ing 9646074.landscaping.l Reasonable rate GOVERNMENT'' HOMES from )l (U
children" no pet, no drinking. Free estimates. 9644238. 2/4TF one acre. Melrase area. 16846634. 473-7721 7/9 tfnchg Itpd. 7/21' repair). Delinquent tax property
9645687. 3tchg 7/14-31 WE DO BULLDOZER WORKI 450 John 4tchg 7/14.8/4 LU SEPTIC TANKS In.taW..pllc tanks. Repossessions. ,Call 1(805)6876000.Ext ( ) .
HOME IN TOWN large room.. 2 BR, 1 Deere. $40 per hour. Call anytime, LAKE FRONT .' mobile home 2 BR. 2 BA CARS TRUCKS T haul fill dirt, drain 'fields. Fr.. OH-1136. for current repo lilt 6/2
bath. $350 monthly" Call 964-6058 or, 782-3306.4/7TFchg patio, swim fish near Keystone. 81pd:9/8 Call 9642470 or 9647610. 8tpd. 7/21 _
964-7836. 3tchg" 7/14-31 K ft K CLEANING SERVICES Residential! 4734186. 2tchg 7/21-28' MOTORCYCLES 7/21

TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with lake oc- and buslenss, personal ,services, DOU8LEWIDE MH -3 BR', 2 BA, CH., _
c..*. $350 month' 473-4534, ak for references available. 96.4. 908. 3/3) TF fireplace,screened porch on t acre lot. 1983 CHIVY Ch.v."., 4 door, AC; ex"cellent
Mr*. Hall 7/14 4tchg" 8/4 ,U CALL-WE HAUL specialized/ pecan orchard $325 p.r month. 473-1150 2tchg 7/21.28'' shape., 1970 pick-up, needs
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS Bradford ,management and machine LAKE GENEVA Mobile Home Park, work. Call 475-1471 after p.m. 2tpd Line
Village Apartment, CHA. carpet, harvesting Also' custom tractor services Keystone Partially furnished from 7/14-2t County Nursery
drop.*, mini-blind, Ceiling fan, provided. 964-4064 or 9648230. $135 month Call 473-7566 20tpd ItU CHEVY conversion von, 6.2 dlesel & LandscapeOwned
, 7/31TF MOTHER of two will babysit In lease or sale. Luxury 3 Honda Civic statlonwagon. 475-3369 Operaied by David Walnwrlghl 11-64-63061
THREE BEDROOM 2 both doublewlde my home. Reasonable rates and BR, 2 lA, fireplace, on. year old on Itpd 7/21 24! Miles tost_ of Stock on.SR 1A.
mobile home ov.r 1700 q.lt.. has references available. Colt 782-3209.' lagoon. 475-3267 1-269-0084, 113 YAMAHA XT 200 und.r 4000 .Complete Landscaping & Design
CH4A and;! ome furniture. Available 2tchg 7/14-21 Available Immediately. 3tchg ,721.84MOBILE mil... Very good condition $450. .
Aug. I. 1 year '.0.., no pet, $335 p.rI HANNA LAWN CARE dependable service "' 473-3918. :2tehg 7/21-28 e Plant Sales Cypress Mulch

I ''month plus depotlt. Also 3 BR, 1 bathhouse mowing, trimming raking edging HOMES 2-76 FORD FIESTAS one runs good Irrigation Design & Installation
,', In country, large yard,. lot of, landscaping, reasonable. <(rates. needs Interior ,work on. wrecked
privacy 1 year !ea.., availabl.Aug. 1, Coll 9646074. Itpd 7/21 2'BA 'doublewide good for spare parts. Both $500 O.B.O, Sodding Sprigging & Seeding
$292 month plus deposit. William D. L. L SEPTIC TANKS septk tank service 3 BR, Fleetwood 473-4867. 2tchg 7/21.28
Tiffin Llc. Realty Broker; 9645065. and "Installation. Free estimates, fill mobile home built ln_ 1985. Excellent, '1973 CADILLAC Sedan deVille., Runs
Itchg 7/21 0 dirt backhoe work. Call 964.2470 condition. Furnished. $9900. 473-2575. good Interior In real good condition

ONE BEDROOM mobil. home on 1 acre fropm 6 a.m.-6 p m, or 964-7610 after 6 6tchg 6/30-8/4 some rust around back window. $500
4tpd! 721.811'BABYSITTING 'MUST SELL 14X70. 3 BR. t BA. Make of- O.B.O. 473-4867. .
!i of land. $200' month. 964-6000, ex). p.m. 'I 2tchg 7/21-28 LAKE' ,BUTLER aPARTmEnTS
'} 372 'ak for Debbie Reddish.. 2tchg IN MY HOME nights and f.r. 473-2730. 4tchg 7/14-8/4 : '741. YAMAHA RDJ50 ,,<, needs 'engine ; ,
weekends. Call Hannah alter 5 .3 BR, 2 BA 12X70 on 1 acre land, paved work frame In '
7/Z1-28 Hugent good shape $100 : applications for t-2-3-4 These'
Now taking bedroom units.
THREE BEDROOM.3 bath home an lake. p.m., 964 2810. Itchg 7/21 rood 214. $1500 down, $275 mo.' O.B.O. 473.4867.2tchy" 7/21-28
o Front portion I I. fenced, storage room I WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE, 475-5675, after, 6 p.m. 2tpd 7/21-28 1'M DODGE VAN plus 18 ft,,travel electric units are spacious with lots of close{space and dLatre

with washer/dryer hookup $450 1 ''day'' or evenings. Call Ann Brown: frailer, r.ady to go. $7500., 473.2508. wall-to-w-all carpet,crapes; and kitchen appliances: Orvslte laundry
'month plu' deposit T year lea..,' leave message. 1 Also yard mowing: ';. HELP, WANTED : ",chg 7/21 .facilities,Rental assistance available tot qualified(applicants
Available Aug. 1.William D..Tiff in, tic 9647082. 4tchg 7/21.8/11 \ '. "
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BABYSITTER In' home Lake. For application and :
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Realty Broker. 9645065. Itchg 7/21, 'WILL KEEP YOUR CHILD In my home, any !' .
STATE EMPLOYEES need home clote to hours Call 7823349. Itpd 7/21 'Geneva. 8 year old girl who loves to HOMES FOR SALE 1 Please see us at @
,CHILD CARE IN MY HOMEi Lets of lava swim. Remainder of summer possibly '
your work? W. have clean mobil. 1005 SW 6th ,Str.ot
home available; 468-1333.1O/8 TF and care. Call 94-2349. Grlffls Loop.' before 4733296.'and 2tchg after 7/4.21'school. Evenings, KEYSTONE STEAL Out of fawn ownermust Lake, Butler; Fl 32054 "a14ev''
WALDO VillAS 'unfurni.hed. 2 BR 2tchg 7/21-28 sacrifice. Spacious 1900 ft.: pOriv""r
FULL TIME child core worker needed. sq Or Call .496-3141)
townhouse, carpet. CHSA. '468-1971, Abl. to relate to all children. 18 beautiful 3 BR. 2 BA lakeview, den
." Equal Housing Opportunity 3/10 TF and age sun room, cental H/A, fireplace. Must
FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities R.V.s CAMPERS, Center.over 47S-2132.may apply.Carl Midway OOO0304442tchg Learning( I... All terms considered. 1-398-4276.

I' paid. From, $37.50 weekly. Magnolia TRAVEL TRAILERS 7/14.21 2tchq 7/21-28 _______ '
yf\ ";'p 'Hot.l Walnut St. by Post Off k.. TF e Now leasing
,\ BABYSITTER Responsible babysitter lor WANTED
y4AWTEY APARTMENTS now' taking r '
: ..plications for 1 1. 2 be'dvobm: "'+Wpdrt op000lCS1 *' ,.,1911" ItV .*> I'tN 12000 -co.h. 964-7766.. 2 days .and' nights In'August for I 3children. ', ,, Forest Park'
j 3.39 111:2tchg'7/21-28 Apartmc
merits CH&A. fully'equipped kitchen, 2tchg 7/14-21 GOVERNMENT JOBS $18.037 to, ,CASH PAID FOR WWII; WWII. Korea ijtsAn
;FG drape, 782-3531. New Manager. Equal $69,405. Immediate Your Vietnam,' German, American, apartrncnV complex designed for rnoctcratc
Hirlngl area ( ,
4/14TF Japanese sword, medals, daggers, ,'
Housing Opportunity. Call (Refundable) 1-518-459-3611 Ext. income families. No rental assistance ,',, .
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THREE BEDROOM. I'/, bath, clean clo. uniforms, helmets, patches. books; f i-.' v'Eavailable.
to prison. Call 468-1333 6/9TF TRAIN 3339A for Federal'' List ,24 Hrs .3tpd postcards, flogs, posters (W.A.C. < Attractive 1 & 2 BR/ Ba apts.. l\iJ, 4 ;; ,:"

II THREE BEDROOM 1% bath CB home in TO BE A 7/21-8/4 Nurse clothing). ,Dominic. range+ refrigerator( carpet, central heat &atr, i ,' ".1'" .,

;, city limit, close to Southilde Elemen 'PROFESSIONAL"1SECRETARY YARD SALES )-800.45)-3832.itpd, 7/21, patio and laundry.Ft00 water, Sewer & S
y tary. $375 month first and last garbage. Rent $1 185 $220 mlnlmum.Two

,," 964-5433 day' 468-2870 night 6/23 ''UC.lRE CEPTIONIS T GARAGE SALE Friday. July 23, 8 a.m. PETS complete handicapped apartments avail.)
81chg 8/11 7699 Ctover lane. Itpd 7/21 For information/Application: _? .
.o 'CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. EXEC SECRETARY CLOTHES, FURNITURE gas grill, lawn BEAUTIFUL AKC Chow Chow puppies. Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1st Street Lake Butler Fl 32OS4
extra, reasonable ,rent. PINES' [Start locally full time/parti mower. Corner Satsuma and Lawr.nc. Parents on premises. 4734429. 3tchg ((904)496-3439 E.H. O.JULY .
.. 496-3366 SR 131 Lok. Butler.7,4TF tI...., Learn word processing Blvd. Sat., July 23 from 9-3. Itpd 7/21 7/1428
;' UNFURNISHED HOUSE' 2 BR stove, I and related secretarial (kill*.f fi 3 FAMILY Fri. ft Sat., July 22 t 23.
' refrigerator, clean window AC i Home study and resident train- ,Piano wood crofts, clothing
,. ;i' references required. $260 month, $100 Ing. National headquarter.f miscellaneous. SE 63rd St., off C21 I. No
I" 1"i"" deposit. Call 964-7635. Itpd 7/31
Pompano Beach Fl. early birds Itchg 7/21
SMALL 2 BR mobile home. $150 month ,FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE JULY 23-30110 a.nv7 p.m. Furniture; appllanc.
: plus depotlt. 964.6705, Itpd 7/21 .JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE ... LR, BR, kitchen King use
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath furnished 00-432-3004: water bed toil gate and bed liner for,
mobile home In country' In "'.a.ant .. THE HART SCHOOL Dodge pick-up. 155 Jasmine St
,. Grove Area (NW 25th Av.) $175 473-4873. Itchg 7/21 : '
Div A.C.T.Corp.
month and $100(( > deposit. Call '
security SAT. JULY 23
8107 Gu.ta'eon'lId. 10a.m..4
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964-8970 964.8705 964-4430 after
{ or or ," '. p.m, Household items, tchg
6 p.m.' 7/21TF 7/21 "

$. TWO BEDROOM CB HOME In town MOVING'SALE I'iS( Sofa (ovs.ot.,chair,
1 I CH&A,carpet. Must .... Call 468-1333. upholstery oak trim, $675. Excellent SALEALL .,
7/31TF .condition. 18 pieces of wicker furniture
i ''TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE with ,appliance priced to .111' Plus '
*., $250 plus electricity. miscellaneous.: 475-3353. Call after Frl-,' CARS & TRUCKS ''ON SALE

r, 964-5414. 4tchg 7/21-8/11 .tSK 'day. ,Itpd 7/?1, ; ; '
;, ONE BEDROOM unfurnished new kitchen AT 'FACTO'RY'INVOICE !
J: and both, |lust ,remodeled in FOR SALE, :MANY

town. 533-2416 .or 9648588.. 2tchg.
Train to be a
f' 7/21.28 TRAVEL AGENT HIS STARCRAFT .>camper,sleeps 6, excellent 'SAVE ,BIG BUCKS!
condition $2000. 473-1171, \
2tchg 71421TOPPER ..
truck, $125. 4753353. Call after Friday.
Start Locally, fut (mepartttme. liP
PUMPSUPPLY: .Train on Ive alrlrw PC 128 .,:1571 Disk Drive* AS lOW
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,computer*. Study 1902 Video Monitor,.:, Panasonic: KX-
end ReUent Training PI091 print. with some programs:: Gocd Transportation CHEVETTE LEBARON GTS
N Well software ( computer desk, $800. Call Nice Vehicle 6e8
DrillingRotary Nad headquarter Pempano Powei Windows' Seals ,
alter 473-4044. Itpd 7/21
to FINANCIAL AID Bch., Fl. COLLECTORS ITEM National HistoricalSoci.ty _$1895 L ,2195 $6850 /or
2" 6"
AVAILABLE Civil War Chess set from The ; '
JOB PLACEMENT Franklin Mint solid pewter pieces, 5 /

,Pumps' ASSISTANCE wood case, value $600. will sacrifice 4 1982CAMARO '85 JEEPWAGONEER 1988 CHRYSLERp OS Y ,
t I 1A.C.T for $400. Call after 5 p.m 473-4044. ,
Itpd 7/21 Sporty LMT. 5TH AVENUE ..
All ,TRAVEL SCHOOL RCA 2S" color console TV. great picture. ,Real libel ] 1 2.600 MilesSAVE I $100'

A..dtt.d M.nb.r N N!C $175 O.B.O., ,4734867. 2tchg ,'
I 7/21.28 L 4795' $10,850 J

Ie& BUNDY LAKE l'acre private wooded

rl 0 lots,,hug. oaks. Cloy County; mobile
TILE.Apartments. home okay. Owner financing or dlscount -' '84 .I986 DODGE 1984 1984: DODGE ,COLT

for cash., $12,000 p.r lot. Call HI-TOP CONV. Air Cond.,' Nice Car
,Trevor Waters Century 21 Showcase 0-
Very Nteel ,r' .1 i Mi
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor Properties, Inc., Broker.; 4734903. '
Your Plumbing Parts 4tchg 7/14.8/4 $2850 $13 850 $2650 $ 2850
I 922 E. Brownlee St. I I 1

964-7061 2 &'3 BRs Available.. LOST AND FOUND '
FOUND "Mole ; beige A brown
864 N. T.mpU Av... Stark Low Income' *i possibly Pekingese. or Lhasa Apso. MANY AT FACTORY INVOICE!!!It

',Housing TjJEJ Found on 214 near,dump, Wed.p July,

9647133IQUAJ.tiOUSfNO LOST one white, toy trench poodl.., rw VAN
i Reward. 473-3924: Itchg 7/21 btyop A Full Size- Fully Converted Captain

l COlpgs Chairs.:' Couch. Carpet & More-

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Elixson 'Wood Products Inc. RAT'- Buy sell and trade collect!' \

bte Item and antique Used furniture.;
I: glassware, jewelry and much more. 1988 DODGE DAKOTA,

Mulch Pine Bark Com see for yourself. One mile east $500
Cypress REVELSGreen
of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
473.2183.7/7 tfnchg Factory I yY
You Pick Up or We' Deliver! CashRebate

r,' In om legend that Cove Springs FL. 7
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We Also Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber,
.' In ancient Egypt, baboon (904) .
28498115 ,
964-6649 war trained 8p&.VIS&c-.PB.|....f.. 8749
to wait on tatxe*. Open: Moa-Frl. 8-7 pm. Sot. 6-S Closed Sunday tinted glase. p steering

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Starke Area Ads Jerry Roebuck Spec.'Eugenia Riggs

HELP Basic Now, in W,. GermanyArmy

. -- National GUard Pvt. Jerry Spec. Eugenia A. Riggs,
HOUSIPARENTSl ;Jr.,son of Barbara Lee daughter of Patricia A. SUrke of
FOR SALE, FOR SALE HELP WANTED .Village I I. ,has completed basic train Keystone Height and John E Rigg
r i MI. couple! to be full Ft. Jackson, S.C. of Live Oak, has arrived for duty in
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! A* Iowa. SEVERAL APPLIANCES, froslfrte UVI-IN HELP NEEDED to core for elderly our children, four I the training, students West Germany.
$14.99 per month. Coll 964-6946. ttn refrigerator $12$. upright freezer$100, Invalid coup!. 'In Milrose' area, vide position dally Instruction in drill and Rigs la a material. storage and
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. like n.w matching washer and dryer Workable situation for a mature martial youth. For'care, weapons map reading handling specialist with the 496th
Measure 24x36". 25 cent each, Great set $275: air conditioner, $150, coup!. or capable sing!* female. 904-658-3033, .mo"., military courtesy, military Supply Company. She is a 1986
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, 496.2199.Itpd 7/21 Room and board plus salary. Call JOSS IN $ first aid, and Army history graduate of Keystone Heights High
135 W. Call St. 9646305 USED HEAVY DUTY washing machine, 473-2791 or 473-2377. Ztchg 7/14.21 Immediate traditions. ,School,
SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare, flat $50. 964.2522. Itchg 7/21 I RN./Lf'.N. RN peclollt needed for women .
recipient with a qualifying condition all shifts ,In the medical' and adult secretaries, soles 32091.9647699"I
CDX PLYWOOOu 'R" 4 ply $3,35 sir
Informal ;
call toll fr. .
number for more ychlatrlc unit* Require* 3 year RN job lilted In near''.
lion. 1-600-445-4174.. Icon 68-346 $10,70.: 3$12.5, Wafer board 7116" experience, 'l of which .li In specialty Call nawl!
ALICIA HAY In roll.Under barn. Delivery $6.50; Reverse board and baltinr, 5/6" fl.ld. Salary rang. 10.27 lo $1367 88.3<1-4 THOMAS E. LEE CONSTRUCTION
.$13 99 Smith Lumb.r,
available. Arthur Catkin, 782.3727, hourly' depending on experience. LPN
S/26TF ..68.2624. 7 mile South of Slarke on needed for evening shift, no experience ** ..
301. Itchg 7/21 ?64'2852: Hom43M675VA
\ BLUEBERRIES FOR i IALI Longnecker neceary? mull be licensed.
Form. U.pick or picked on order. OpenMan FULL SIZE MATTRESSt box springs from, Contact Carol Hodge or M.rri.t Hlg- '
\\ .Thursday 8.I, Friday t Saturday excellent condition $70. See Morning gin., Narth a.t Fla State Hospital, HELP
8.6. Closed Sunday. Take SR 262 mils .at Lot 7, Brown Trailer Courr n.xt to 904.239-6211, ..t. 113. EOE/AA. 3tchg \toau 1\9
East of 301. 1.7 mils North on CR 1469. Starke drive In movie 2tchg 7/1..21 7/1428 OFFICT t.Tr
Farm, 468-3483. Horn., 475.1151 or PALLETS FOR SALE Oak pallet 34x34 CRUISI SHIPS NOW HIRING I ummer pantln9Roofln9
$,50 each, Other. sizes also available at
473 2702. 8tchg 6/9.7/28 and career opportunities Excellent Hours:,30hf per
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT) bargain...prices 964.7699, Sunshine In.du.I.I. pay. World Travel. Call r.fundabl., Pay $4'.1>>$4 SO, .
washer, 'dry.r.,, tee: and Ic.. cr.amfr..ra 2tchg 714.21TWO ,1-318-4393734, ext P3377. 3tpd. Qualifications
ACRES includes beer tavern, 6'
reoch-ln cooler, etc StorkeKOA 711.28HIRINGI Duties: Assist '
Kompground. 964.8484. 6/9 Slchg cabins. and one mobile home $65.000. I Government |lobs, your area.$13,000S6800O. phasesjDf office \ -
7/28 964 4412 or 9648499. 2tchg 7121.28 Call 6028388883.ext bookkeeping i + eNew Homeskr
PIANO. FOR SALE Responsible party to, MANUAL START 40 HP Evlnrude..look 3493. 2tpd 7/14.21 Qualifications: H. }
and like 964 2522. ..
run new lit $500.
take .up low monthly payment on GET PAID fOR READING lOOKS $100 experience In. '
beautiful console piano Call toll 'free Itchg 721UPRIGHT p.r tit!.. Write PASS, Fill 161 S.In./ work typing 910% Off
800-346-2450.. 3lpd 630711INVENTORY VIDEO GAMESr Tan Zaxxon i colnway, N. Aurora II. 60342. 4tpd VA
bookkeeplnbg June &
CLEARANCE METAl Time Pilot $150 each, 964 2522. 2tchg 7121.8/11' July Low
wpm College
BUILDINGS 30x40x12 $4650, 30x50x14 7/21.28 ,SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS' petition helpful t' No Down closing
11.40 TWO BEDROOM Par lcula 'furnish. 4 ..... "
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$5750r. 40x60x12 $7495 40x75x14S9380. available ot Vogue ManufactureIng
; ; Contact Send '"' .=J'
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50x100x14 $13795.; 100x100x16 .d. as Is, $1500 or best offer. Slid.. In for safety Mitch, blinditltch hem, Causey: ,Sunshine Payment Cost .
$23,995. PIONEER BUILDING SYSTEMS, camper $300., 431.1022 or 496 1304.Stchg multi-needle, single needle .and Box 509.Slarke. a MWMMMf
512\ .389.3664, commercial and storage 7/21.8/3 other. Will train at a beginning rate of
'application. fc 88-343 S3 60, Experienced operator paid according
:CLOTHING SALE 'all item $.15 or 10 unfurnished house, septic tank and 4' to I their production. 7 paid
Item for $1. All vitamin*,and health well. 533-2474. 7/21TF holiday, paid vacation Apply at 710S.
product 'reduced. 134 E. Call St, KING SIZE BED. with from., latex rubber. Water St. Starke. Uchg 7/21 EItDlI.! : WE DO RADIATOR
,$200 964 7138 or 964..402. 2tchg fiiiii
across from Mitchells Drug 2tchg TRIM. FOLD AND INSPECT POSITIONS Sales &
Vogue Manufacturing. >
PRESSURE TREATED PLYWOOD: Vt' 4 TON BRYANT HEAT 'PUMP, and air No experience neceary Start at Service !I5HEADQUAKTEMS .t ,
SI1.358": $1370. 3/4" $19,75. packag., unit 5 yr.. old, works f fine/oil 360. Th. more you do the more you AUTO Can s Truck s Tractor,
Stephen Smith Lumb.r, ..68.262".7. the duct work you can take loose. $700 make. 7 paid holiday paid vocations FOR ALL'YOUR New ft Rebuilt
mil. South of STarke on 301 llchg OBO 964-8313.: 'Itchg 7/21 Apply at 710 S. Water St.,Starke. Itchg ,AUTO AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS REPAIRS: CLEAN REPAIR RECORE
7/21 77 DATSUN PICKUP with lop p.r. stereo, 7/21
LUMBER Southern yellow pine and AC $800: '65 FORD VAN, $300; and CLEANING WANTED FRIDAY WEEKLY 3
pressure treated pin.. All .i.... all 12.65. two. BR, mobile hon,., $3500. BR, 2 bath home and office building in STARKE RADIATOR &, TRANSMISSION INC.
964 7758 2tchg 1121.28
lumber grad. 2 and better 2x6x10 Graham" Reference pr.f.rr.d.
treated $3.35, 2.6.16 treated $6,80, SEVERAL ITEMS 230 amp electric 485-2611. Itpd 7/21: .'
pruce precut studs 2x4 $r 79. Stephen. welder, pickup. topper, fiberglass toolbox ENJOY WORKING WITH bOGS Must M-F: 8-5 964-6810
Smith Lumber .68.262.. Itchg 7/21 fits, full size pickup trailer axles, 3 bar.'d.p.ndabl. transportation. and SAT,, 8-12 C3C
wheel 7/21 1
bicycle. Call 9648522.: Itpd
CEDAR HOME KITS SAVE THOUSANDS, phon.Full time 40 hour including Sat.
Take advantage of Canadian prices\ S Sun., part.time 20-23 hour. Application -
Prestige' op.n beam ,cedar home.. HELP WANTED *2-6 p.m.r July 22, 23 24 400.5.000 ft. designed for Florida I 483-1174. Itpd 7/21 '
sq 1:ij Tr'':' -''[ -' *
conditions. 80 rnodel plan book price 'Or'Fulltime'lob [ EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI) Astern Po UNITED REALTYof FACTORY
list $6. Llnwood Homes Ltd.i i 8250 Riv.rRd. bl. product at home. Call for information TRAINED StATE
., Delta BC Canada V4G 1B5,,Toll, | ? Call Teresa. for Information. Sell 304.641.BOO3, ext. ,A9579. 7/21, Starke
Avon today. < 4 4103. 7/7-30 '
Free 8OO-663-2S58 fc 88-345 4tpdB/1t
GAS RANGE: $75: alto 13 inch color TV REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call WATSON REALTY CORPORATION I Is now John! E.Curles. Broker
$135. 964.4354 leave' message. Itpd 1,755'0'0. North Flo. R.al Estate College interviewing for RE A..ociate.:' For
',7/21', ,,7/30TF[ mar. Information or a confidential' U$ 301 South. Starke;Fla. 9648447Home, 473-3627 AVAILABLE
terview,, please' call ,Oeon W.av.rl,,

GLORIA'S, 'MUSIC HOUSE} '(Studio) NEED.73.7653.A FULL 6/23TF OR PART-TIME'JOB I ? Try, EAGLES NEST HOMES Hand.-House Portable

Avon f For more Information call
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KFI.I: .OCC & GLORIA BRYANT: Ramona. 7823068. Slchg 7/14.28 Buildings. .
now accepting application for petition ,r4f ( 4stn
CALL, 964-8210 TuesFrl l.-7SuaMoa 10.2' of Firefighter. Must b. Certified, No Down *
:' Firefighter, Apply City Hall. Merrell s' i '
Dee Off k.. 2tchg 7/14.21 Payment
HOMEMAKERS Application now beingaccepted ,
FOR SALE for 30 demonstrator, port- Several toLuxurious.
,_' Jo.-z.- time work for full-time pay. No collection V'o/' .' .t' Choose.. .... ...From. 'I"
Fill Dirt Top Soil *, no deliveries FREE paper *up> Contemporary: Home/Kit fomrvew Erected, : "r'
i ) piles, FREE S30O kit.FREE I'alnlnlJ.CP. 1 I lIB''q. R.. e level to 3tQJ: 1<1 rftt 1.f.S1t.! ; ; t' .* It
J i "!"--,I rge-, or ''Sma'lt Loads 'of Llmerock 378-0213. 4tpd 7/21-8/15 y L 'Ask'tolfew our ri'i d a ll\6me "A ls': STORAGE FACILITIES

Tractor Work '. Backhoe Bulldozer t
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": 964-6182 e,' 964-582 964-6095 ( M:

MOBILE -d- STATE .., '_ ," {, /
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CENTRAL AIR 51195. Installed

A top-notch unit designed Subject to availability/ Under Florida law persons with physical disabilities, the elderly,and
; for mobile homes.
Single-Wide Priced from .* those,.who are unable to read are entitled to special assistance in registering -'

I and) voting."

_&.APPLIANCES. :. SECTION ,97.061; provides that such persons SHALL be '
1103 S. WALNUT Sir .*9641.7701 registered ,and, receive::'assistance, at the .polls in 'casting their:ballots:

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SECTION '101.051 and the federal Voting Rights Act of(1965(

provide that'persons who are blind or unable to read may choose a person -

: La-Z-Boy to assist (other than: an ,employer ,or official of the voter's union); 'orhave .

From the 'help of two election offLclals.i""votlng." ,



I La-Z-Boy .Any registered voter who cannot go to the polls without assistance ,

Ii 434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street from another person may request an absentee ballot from. the' Supervisor. -

964-5826 9645827Mon. of Elections by mail, .telephone: in person.! ,

Frl. :OO 5:3O Sat. 8OO 1OO '
1 'It's A Fact You Can Do Better At Denmark Furniture'It For full 'information: on aids'available for the elderly and handicapped -

at registration and polling places, call the office of your pounty Supervisor i
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x :::: With Two Locations to Serve You 1 :.::: '

t" :f [" US 301 N.: .. 'SR 16 EAt : The Office of the Secretary of State,' Division of .E Elections,.has installed ,

:; the Fanner's Market At the Farm \: 2 MI. E.Je .::: telecommunications, device for the deaf.that will give.the; hear

f f :? Home Grown Vegetables Ample Parking Space m:i it ing impaired important voter and'' election information., The' .telephon'snumber

:{ 0 No-Walt Check-Outt WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS :::: is' 904/488-7690. '

f: Great for .
t .: Fresh Picked ::
:f f Cooking or f; ,
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j :* SnackingBLUEBERRIES r Daily :; : -- "C'LOSI:: OF REGISTRATION "N ; :.'

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;, :::: I L: ": e Fresh Fruits :.r.:; You must register to vote by August 6, 1988; to.'vote" in the,
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>> the October 4 second primary. You must :::'
." September 6 first primary: : ; ,
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t I Delicious & ..
J .' :: "register by October 8 to ,vote in the November 8 general elections ':"
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J!i : sincerely thank each and Georgia : . .. .. ..' ,.. ":', h

if :::: every one for their continued .:::: Jim SmithSecretary .:. I ,', ''. .

1& patronage and friendship PEACHESL f of State : '

:1 .::: OPEN 8:3O: AMTIL 6'00: PM J.:; '

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Virgin, Island Guardsmen Train at, Blanding,
\ .t f1 Camp Blinding recently became, Companies ,666th Military 'Police The "694th Medical! Ambulance
home to, six unlit ,from the ,Virgin Battalion,, 662nd Field Service Detatchment transported infirm
Islands National, Guard ai they Company and the 694th Medical soldier to Naval Air Station
served ,their two week ,annual Ambulance DetatchmenL These units Jacksonville: for hoipitalizatioiu On
t training. arrived at Camp Blanding on, July 9. ,one occasion these guardsmen''were
,R During annual training many The MP unit met their mission called upon to assist with a soldier
//I National Guard, units travel to by establishing and protecting their suffering a diabetic seizure. vA
r. various military training sites 'to area of operations from day and "When we responded to the call,
conduct their two weeks of' night attacks practiced their we found the victim having
mandatory training. During that two patroling techniques and the use of convulsions and was going into
week?, citizen-soldyiers train to various military weapon such as the shock, *'said Staff,Sgt. Dale Brown,
1 perfect their various military skills, M203, Rifle/Grenade Launcher. noncommissioned officer in'' charge,
which will ,enable:their unit to The 662nd FSC which is a "while enroute to ,the :Troop t Medical
,fulfill their wartime mission. support Services company, ,Clinic, the soldier slopped breathing
l The units which,recently came performed such tasks a* bakery and we could not locate any pulse .
g across the sea from the, Virgin services while in the field and The responding medics had to
.. Islands to Camp Blinding were the laundering for the troops at Camp perform emergency cadio-pulmonary
i 63 8th Public Affairs Detachment, Blinding. They also provided resuscitation to restart the soldiers

t'f. ,the 661st, and,662nd Military Police renovation,The 658th services PAD(sewing kept )the. V.I. heart.now at Fortunately NAS Jacksonville, the soldier hospital js!, ...-... ;;-_.. ,.. .. ...... .-.........., ..-.... \ -.

troops abreast of their collective recovering." On Patrol...
t Approximately 300 Virgin
E newsletter This through Islands ,National Guard soldiers will Member of the CCGch 'Military Police Battalion ''conduct perimeter defense patrol ,
was accomplished Front 4 Robert (middle) Staff Alvin and 4
: MisdemeanorCourt with' the aid of the 107th PAD, return to ,their homes Saturday ( ) Specialist Boyce. Sergeant Boyce Specialist
stationed When they leave, they will take Dale Carty 'concentrate on defending their camp from the enemy In training ceislon I
at Camp Blanding. The which the bland conducted at .
: FinalsJames unit has shot processed and with, them the training'objectives Virgin guardsmen Camp Blooding.Cutups
developed approximately 720 they acheived and fond'memories of
photographs of the'V.I.'troops. the hospitality shown them by, the
Alvin DeSue pled no con- people of Starke and Orange Park.
test worthless check; $50 court ,
costs,six months probation (restitution ---
paid). Residential Commercial "
Ii' DeSue pled no contest bad check .
Sf- $35 Vito's Pizza;restitution paid,six LAWNSPRINKLER ; ,
months probation, $50 court costs. t ; : 'i; .
DeSue pled no contest bad check }
$15 Hurst Exxon; restitution paid SYSTEMSFully : ,
probation consecutive with above.
DeSue pled no contest bad check Automatic-For a health ier"Lawn: "The Styling Salon""
$25 Seymour Gulf; restituion paid. 454 YV. Madison' Starke Plaza
$50 court costs.
Charles'' Dalton pled no contest Adams Irrigation ,964-2323'
petit theft $50 court costs. Mike AdamsFree
Ernest McGollie pled no contest Installation &,Repair
constructed waterwells ,without Estimates 473-3150 _
- ,- Must Have Coupon- -' -
r ,1
completion report for wells(charges
filed by Suwannee River Water Mgt I I II
Dist); $50 court costs : Perm.Special ,High Lighting
Debra Ann DeSue pled no contest I '.', / 1 I
J.j disorderly conduct; violate no laws '
\,, '". $50 court costs. JARVIS 1
Debbie L. Williams pled guilty issuing : : 2400includes :
worthless check; restitution FENCE & ALUMINUMChain 2800'
has Been made, $50 court costs. ,
:' Neil Bass pled guilty petit theft I 1
t resisting officer without violence; k, Wood & Farm Fence I' 'Includes CutConditioner ':'i' 'CutConditioner 1I'
fined$101.25,violate no laws,60 days .. .
,t' ., probation. Salvation ,Army supervision 'Keystone Heights, 100 West 1 ',. & 'I r' & I'

t Charles' Woods, ,pled no contest I''.Coupons- styled I Styled Coupons Expf.: 1
petit theft 20 hours community Screen Rooms I'' 1elong\Hair Slightly
; Slightly More
More long Halr li
l 'work, write letter of apology, make L _, ,-L, ._ !.; ,_ 1t1..1WalkIns'
t restitution,Salvation Army supervi; ;: Car Ports

i' 'sionMartin 1 Vassaur charged with Issuing -, 'Mobile Home: Welcome,
t worthless check $167.48 to The f
r. Boot Store; show proof of restitution -> ;'Skirting Next Door' To The New Wirin Dixie
/" .' r pay$50 court costa. ,

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Did You Sell Your Property? -
, ___ JQoJfau recleve Payments On A
'" .w .::: Mortgage or Agr.*nMiU Vat.... : r SATISFACTION'GUARANTEED '
"h+en1Y41V"t Ijeed 1 -- ,,,: : :
'Wouldn't You rather have A
Lump Sum Of Cash Now?
r" Details Call Fred famsworth for 473-7676

Lie. Mtg. Bkr. 1-8OO-549-4991(
L ,I Inverness' FL' -
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it'S.time to get: your fcrfun in shttpe j J ".,.... .._ ... "V"_ H''n ,'.

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,ROSE FOOD :. Grasses. at
PLANT Roots qll,
Contains systemic

SPECIALS pesticide.,KIlls..slb.Ca:1 aphids and fertilizes. II! 160z.Req.n99R 9.98 TEAL TILE & CARPET

ALL'SH U B 5 Treats 200 So.'Ft.4 49\ X>ra. Dan:2398::1 I 896
FRUIT TREES HI-Yield' One Gallon 131 N. ,Cherry: St.. ,Starke "' 964-7423

For Home & Garden '
ONE 1/2PRICE Pea 1498 ONlY 9.9 9 :
Close OutPrices t ..:1f1'
Pest Control .Products r :PIl -
50.00! .
", Flea & Tick Dip
TORO TC 1000 'reg.5.19SALE' "

GAS POWERED lID :;'" ',:

LINE on all carpet. .::' r.
,TRIMMER 449 .
Easy'Start in stock '" rr r
16 cc Engine :
.. Cut 17**PathAutoLin SAVINGS 'Stop by and selectyours "j.' ry

Advance TORO Model 56127' now. You'll be, ,

Lightweight 825 Riding Mower'' how much ,
Reg. 1S9.9S 8 hp Tecumseh Engine surprised ,

,""IW ONLY 139.95 Key-lecfrlc'Sfart, you will 'save! ,.\ .
25' 3-ln-l Deck
SAVE 100.001. Mows up to an acre In

Model 20624 an hour Reg. 126995 Artificial TurfNoWax

,OHV Keytectrlc! ASK,ABOUT OUR Vinyl $ ,
li 21% NO-MONEY DOWN '
Self-Propelled. FINANCE' PLANt Brown
BBC Easy-Empty Green $2 99 Sq

Rear Bagger 99995 ,Flooring or Blue Yd.
Reg. 709.95

609.95 .How 'to" Buy Anything ii
a Fantastic ,

v, .1 Teal Tile, Remnants

s'ESSS 01 &' Carpet 'fromJ'

Ir O Ask About Our $ '

Q ON' 0" FLEXVISACredit 1.99 Sq.
with combination Credit that covers an products services and Installation
Do-W-Youtself thb
by Teat Tile&Carpet.
for Indoor control
treatment within 30 minutes of application.
anPlm1Or.of Instant Credit up to S5DX1
STn P Piecof"""' gallon of waref'Re. No first year annual membership fees.

15.38 v 10.88 90 Days Same As Cash Financing Available

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Page: 12B nUItAPUt'IM.S.; ; .. M<)N,'TOKH SECTION; July?I, f9t1K.

Obituaries, ,..............'r...........:.................r..................:...............'.........................................,...........................,..........................................'.......,.,..............." ....,..,.........,,.,..... .........................
( .
Card of Thanks home in CPliKnbU: County, illness. Regional Medical' Center of Pierson Moon;. his daughter, Diane with Mr. Andy Anderson' and Dr.
The family of James DeSue wishes BorrllJclla, Mrs. Clark was ahomemaket Born Oct.2S, 1961 In Ft, Benning Gainesville following a long Illness. Schenck of Jacksonville; two sons, James R. Neale, Jr., officiating .In'termentwillbeatl030a.mFriday
to express deepest appreciation to and! resident of Alachua ,Ga., Jie graduated from Bradford Born Apr. 24, 1911 in Marietta, Donald L. Moon of Lake Fl., : ,
the friends and loved ones who most of her |life.Survivors ( High School. He was in real estate Ga.,, Mr. Moon moved to Melrose in and Allen Moon.pf Jacksonville; a July 22 with Masonic Rites in
remembered him lovingly with their include her husband, sales in Florida..Moving to Alaska in 1970 from Texas.,He was a memberof stepson, Andy Anderson of San Antonio Greenlawn ,Cemetery in. Jackson-
presence, prayers, flowers and food. James l fiiigene Clark two 1986, Meyers was a sales manager(! Capitol View Lodge 640, F&AM of Tx.; a brother, J.L. Moon of ville, under the direction of Jones
Your many kindnesses were a great daughter Melba Gordon of for Accura ,of Anchorage having Palmetto, Ga., Scottish Rite Bodies, Covington, Ga.; a sister,Lucile Tan- Funeral Home. .
comfort to us In the loss of our dear Alachua Ad Gloria' Parrish of Lake previously worked as a single copy Lodge of Perfection in Tampa and a ner of Marietta, Ga.;;'and. 11 grand- In lieu of flowers, the family requests
father. God City; three sons, Edwin Smith of sales for retired officer in children. .
bless you all. .Special representative the Anchorage military exchange donations to The Melrose
thanks to Haile Funeral ,Home and Lake CUKenneth Smith and Times. the U.S Armed Forces. Memorial services were held In Music :Theatre P.O. Box 673,
staff, and Rev. Henderson .Hudson. Eugene Clark both of Worthington Survivors include his father and Survivors include his wife,Lauran DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on'July IT Melrose, Fla", 32666.
Springs; two brothers, Scott Dupreeof stepmother, Gerald W and Shirley
Card of ThanksWe Orlancp: and Harry Dupree of Meyers, Sr. of Port Richey, Fl.; ---
Ocala; three sisters; Lois Elliott of three brothers, Gerald W.
would like to express our Crystal River, Veda Willis and Koreaand
Jr.of Calif., Ken Simons'of
heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation Mildred Webb; both of Alachua; 11 Charles Simons of Atlanta, Ga. 41ED CHICKEN
to each and every one for the ; 5o
grandchildren and
3 great.
sisters, Susan Ann Fisher of
phone calls visits flowers, food and
grandchildrciX. Panama City, Fl., Deborah J. Blaltr FACTORY'
,the many other acts of kindness INC
Funeral' serviceswere' held of Ft. Richardson ,
shown to us during the Illness and Patty Ann /
Wednesday the Chapel of Archer' Lemon
loss of our loved one. We also want to Port Richey. \
Funeral Ipweof Lake Butler; with Burial was in. the Glen Rest HOUSE SPECIAL:
thank the doctors and at
nurses Rev. Erie ptevstt Burial
officiating. Cemetery in Big Lake. The
Bradford Hospital for their services. family'requests FRIED CHICKEN
was in St, ,Johns Methodist Church that memorial contribu-
Forever grateful, Cemetery (III j Alachua under the tions be directed to the Grover Homemade Hamburgers
The, Lloyd Watford Family direction of Archer,Funeral Home of
: : Cleveland Memorial Fund in '
of KEN
care EtIEU 1
and Mary Kelly Mother
,Lake ,Butlef Deborah Blake, 205 H Sixth St., Ft Catfish Onion Rings
Richardson, Alaska 99505. FACTORIR Inc
Grove"Cleve" Myers Breakfast Anytime
Grove Cleveland) "Cleve" Elmer L. MoonMr. 904-964-4415
Meyers, %0t died i May '20 at. Pro- Elmer L. Moon 77 ''of Dally Luncheons open 6am, IfwySOl S. Starke, Fla. 'RLb; ePRESENTS
evidence Hospital! following a lengthy Melrose died July 15 In,..No, ,Fla (



all /\ (

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Jerry Rengering

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Thank, You, .

.. For all the ?le eat ,4te/d #
c ,; ,' ca'rds. flowers, FESTIVAL

h',1;," food' and kind qf t
thoughts( which & SUN. ...!.lfV, ,
helped' to see i.+ .- YOUR :BOTH INCLUDE FREE VACATION

us through our __, THE' .-

I : recent sad JI ---11e:. ,,'Iii


:The family ;i,, -. ,

of ''With the Purchase of $299 or ,

J rry'Rengerlng'; ,Enjoy a Festival of, Fun & :' ; -
U Florida Plus 2 Nights HI-FI STEREO VCR .'.
; 4 heads
'. 43 function $499
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d.," "<," I 11.'I"t'111ory" ,remote .

," ;OfCat! -)' Hampton, ON SCREEN PROGRAM VCR,
Who Passed Away July 2J: 1982 -i t ..
38 function wireless
A precious one from us has gone; $
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But''our memory. of .him will live on' i remote 2 9 9 ..
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"and. on; warranty'A On screen tuning ,
AKuijs true;, unselfish and kind; Lt" w '
Few in thisworld his t'C.jiJalyou'U '
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., find ;; ? GENERAL
.. ; A, beautiful life that came' to an $ -r ELECTRIC
end, He died as he I Uvedeveryone'sfriend
ti tt 24 CU. FT.
May thy i rest be in.peace Gone but, r -" REFRIGERATOREquipped '
never forgotten. a for v*

Children: Lovingly,, Catherine' Hampton& optional Cantilevered icemaker '

;Mrs. Lucille. 'J, Clark ] shelves

Mrs1. Lucille J. Clark. 61', of
'Alathua; died July1 '17 at her1'.son's ,. !799
". ,',/ CI rence'W.'nobbins i INCUJDESfREE VACATION
:. Clarence Wilson Robbing, 75, of *HT V"
Keystone Heights died Monday, July ,
.lj(; in the VA Medical 'enter of ft, ; PfA20" TV
'Gainesville Incas following, )extended. il-,, : STEREO-

Born Nov. ,2/'1912 In Blackshurg, MONITOR-STYLE,
,Va, Mr;. Robbins moved to Keystone / :
liii 31-Button
RCAColorTtek \ remote
over 20 years ago. He was a member __ "
,_ control ..
of' the; US ;Army in WW II and a -
Broadcast sound
retired 'powder plant worker for ,' FOR THE $ 5 3 ,7' I( system Hi-Con trademark
Civil ment:Service for the U.S Govern- PAIR ONLY... HFERS50 Auto-prqgramming 110 Coty picture tube

Survivors include, one, granddaughter
Debbie Kennedy of 4.000 AIR'CONDITIONEIIS TO 32.000 ITU on ndon display SALE C*| /+i..l u+f, Pl II 1 ICI hU I $
Jacksonville; one great 9 9 "
,granddaughter, Jessica Kennedy of 5 ,-
", ,Jacksonville; Iwo( nephews and,one -- GIBSON
niece ,
'; ,Graveside funeral services will' be ii. A/C 18,000611) !.o 13" COLOR TV '.
held Saturday,July' 23 al! Keystone,
Heights Cemetery with Rev. Leroy {I Wholehouse cooling. i 82 Channel lal,
t portable color M47
Olive officiating. :Jones Funeral Efficient Comfort
Home' of Starke' is in, charge' of ar, t1rv, Control AFT Auto til t,
$499 25" STEREO MONITOR f, .


Volunteers Needed ,t, 1 Channal
For *88 Telethon ONLY MINUTES DUCANE a reception capability' '
FROM ,"EPCOT"i"WALT t Hi eontraM $449SAVE
Volunteers are needed for the 1988' r GAS GRILL CUT -;
Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon, On ttrMrt
f, .. which will air on WCJB TV-20 begin: '"SEA WORLD" Ducane i m Ii'mooa -

ning at 9 p mi Sunday, Sept. 4, fe& MICROWAVE OVEN _
j 0 I -
The Dystrophy Assn. long
,',' will need volunteers to answer the .n. Rated #1 WITH TURNTABLE ''a"1 "
::, ': phones work in the mailroom and to 5 tclllCt/p1IC
\' man carnival booths at the touch Con'fpl! 4
F:" Gainesville Mall,To be a part of the 10 pcvwvf lt l tor $149
;,' excitement for the Jt'rrr' Lewis .COOkm9 Mnlaldlly
':' Labor Day Telethon b m-f iting MDA
:'.,' contact the local MDA office at
:'., ',. :475-81(35:! We need YOUR help.
iI'', MDA is a voluntary national STORE HOURS 'I C' e /leu4q4 ee'Scuue Extt ia" 90 DAYS SAME
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