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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 28, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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from lows In the 70'. to highs in the mid 90'.. .
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patterns are expected to continue through the
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afternoons scattered over wide areas: Now.SrW.. . . . "n'CI..If.
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Wins Hearing r rCitizen's w Site Plan I

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Opponents? of a hazardous waste treatment Oral agruments in the case were made June show that Weston consistently failed to meet red in choosing Union County to host the

W. Holltngsworth... facility in Union County scored a hit Tuesday 30 by opposing lawyers before the hearing officer deadlines in the site selection process, and state's first hazardous waste treatment plant, -
July 26, when State Administrative Hearing after which Diez-ArgueUes indicated he was unable to successfully complete all of the 'designed to neutralize some 275 tons of hazardous -
There will be an old fashioned Officer ''Jose Diez-Agruelles denied DER's would likely grant U-CAP's'' petition for a required provisions of its $500,000 contract waste daily. "
Bradford-Union County cook-out motion to dismiss and granted U-CAP's peti hearing.. with DER. There was a continuing flow of Speaking for DER, Raoul Clarke, said ,','.))1
honoring State Senator Wayne Holl tion for hearing on the hard-fought issue of The U-CAP action was filed after Florida's heated complaints and counter-complainta Tuesday that he did not know whether DER
(ngsworth Friday July 29. site location. Environmental Regulation Commission; at a between DER and Weston during the allegedly -' would re-evaluate all sites,or simply pick the i' ;,
The campaign fund raiser, with The two sides have 20 days to decide on a hearing in Jacksonville last March 17,' ap- flawed selection process. In spite of DER's next best location if it loses the Union County ,
refreshments and entertainment, date for the hearing. proved DER's recommendation of hazardous .denial of political considerations allegedly Involved .location. The other three locations on' the list ;
,will be held in the Lake Butler- In denying DER's (the Florida Departmentof waste treatment site on 320 acres of prison in picking a small rural county,a daily of finalists, in addition to Union, were Brad- .
Union County Recreation Complex' Environmental Regulation)contention that property 2Vt miles north of Raiford on SR-121, Jog kept by a DER official made reference to' ford, Clay and DeSoto Counties, However '
3 miles south of Lake Butler, off U-CAP (United Citizens Against Pollution) wanting to keep a proposed South Florida site DER officials stated at the final hearing lii'
SR-121, with dinner being served lacked ""standing"1 to be heard on the site :At the forthcoming administrative hearing Ion the list "for political reasons." Jacksonville that no order of priority had ,
from 8 p.m. until... selection issue, the hearing officer in effect U-CAP's attorney, Deborah Barton of been set for the runners-up. "
'A donation of $10 is 'Jacksonville,will present testimony from expert .1'
'per person ruled, that' Bradford and Union County If DER Loses Suit.,.? Sally Gotts president of U-CAP, said I
witnesses alleging flaws in the site selec-
required. members of U-CAP had sufficient grounds Wednesday that she is relieved and gratifiedby
("standing") for an appeal. The actual hear-, tion process employed by DER's .consulting The hearing officer signed an order the hearing officer's decision, and predictsa
Pop War lor Football... ing date will be worked out with attorneys for ,firm, Roy Weston, Inc.' authorizing the hearing, when the Florida lengthy hearing due to the many errors the'
DER and U-CAP and will be set in a later Internal J documents and memoranda obtained -, .Department of Administration Is expected to--" opposing group has found in the siting process '
and Girls 7-13 .
Boys
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Registration for Pop; ages Warner Foot-\ order. by U-CAP from DER files last April hear charges that environmental officials er- used by DER and Roy Weston, Inc.

ball is set for Saturday, July 30, 10'' ,
a.m. to 3 p,m., in the Winn-Dixie
Shopping Center; .
Practise session to be held Mon Board

day,'August 1, at 5-30: p.m.. at the
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U-CAP M..tlng..., i .

The next U-CAP meeting will be Axes :

held 7:30: p.m. Monday, August 1, ir v t.h -
the Union County Courthouse. yc .. 1 "
Come and hear the good news. :
More than $600 for the legal ex'
pense fund was raised at the soft-'
ball tournament last Friday and Budget

,Saturday, although most of the y ;. c .
.games were played in the rain.. -# ,
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by Buster Rahn
BCT Staff Writer, .
lit Cavalry Division County Commissioners, led, by
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Commissioner! E.L. Norman
( 41st Annual Reunion... '," whacked $37,152 from Sheriff Dolph

The 1st Cavalry Division, Association __ Reddish's budget request in one fell
will be conducting its 41st reu- swoop, Wednesday, 'July 20? by
nion in Orlando, Fl., Thursday eliminating a proposed new deputy
through Sunday, July 28-31.. } position, with attendant vehicle and'
All 1st Cavalry Division veterans, ,other costs.I : .
and their families are invited to at->, In a budget!workshop one week
tend. For more information, or to earlier, Sheriff Reddish had
pre-register, write: Orlando '88, 1st presented his budget request saying
r Cavalry Division Association 302 ,the additional position requested is

,N. Main St.. Copperas Cove, Tx. an "all or nothing" situation. If, the
76522.it.ading. position isn't approved. the:

Elections Office Was Busy Place,.. automobile won't be needed. Red...
dish said.. '
Program:... Showing up at noon Monday, July 18, when qualifying opened"were the :Ken Etherldge veteran highway patrolman, seeking to become sheriff;' provided" $19,990 forsalary'and '
above nine county candidates, (I-rJim: Duncan, Incumbent school Maxie Carter Jr., incumbent Dist. 3 county commissioner seeking a (,1 i' matching funds $1,109'for
The Bradford"County Library superintendent} Carl Hunt, seeking to become tax> collector; Mitchell 'fourth term Ray Norman local banker who wants to became county uniforms and related equipmentand
continues plans for a summer Brown,running for the Dist'1 county commission seat; Len Schlofman. ,clerk, and Wilbur Waters, Incumbent Dist 5 county commissioner who $461 for insurance., It also provided '
reading program. Tuesday mornings -' an Incumbent who.got by unopposed for the Dist 3 School Board seat: 'got by the Democratic but faces a race with Republican' candidate B.C,, $13,367 for an automobile with
10-10:30: a.m., ages 3-5 (Pre-'. Holtzendorf in the General Election In November,. ,necessary equipment $1,500 ,for,

schoolers). operating costs and $725 for In.


am.Thursday, ages,6-12.mornings, IHO:30( : 8 County: Race, Set for ,Sept. 6 Vote. 'surance.Mosley Commission said. the Chairman request was Lawrence'turned:' I'


In' Emergency... down soley for the lack of money.
Dr. Len Schlofmari appointed in 1983', be two Republican Party candidatesin "No one denies that Sherrif Reddishcan
.I Residents of Bradford County 'by Buster RahnBCT Property Appraiser 12 Jimmy in of, to serve until the next general election the general election. Since the two use another'' deputy, but the'
,whose telephone prefix is 485, 468, Staff WriterTwentyfour Alvarez completing years succeeding, Jim Lawson.,, In are not running for the same office, .money isn't there," Mosley said
or 496 may call either of two are vying to be "When can't get to their
persons fice.Supervisor of Elections' Neva 1986, Scott Roberts ran against him, there will not a Republican people
numbers in emergency situations,' fill 11 positions in the upcoming Sept, to the office in with Dr.'Schlofman winning 554 to primary for county offices althoughone homes because of bad roads then''
Flynn, appointed
toll free, and reach the courthouse 6 first primary election. 377 in Dist.3. This election will l be fora or more of the state offices will 'roads become the most importantitem
has either been
and unoppose4
.
1963
switchboard during working hours. Three incumbents escaped opposition -, Mosley pointing out the
has election since for 4 year term. have a Republican primaries. says
,
Those numbers are: leaving 8 races to be decided by or won, every For the first time in the memory of

376-1502 or 3775122.' the ballot when qualifying ended at 24 District years. 3 School Board Member ;:courthouse, incumbents,,.there will (See Races. Set....IDA) (See Board Axes.., p.9A)
for
After working hours juror'
:noon July 22. Unopposed are;
calls and regular nonemergency'business


hours call calls if' :375-020/-1.during courthouse Sheriff's Office Info ''Was Basis for Local Drug :Probe I


Slngles.M..t..., '
'Unknown'to the general" public,"the Brad- Police "'Captain Scotty Rhoden and then
Starke Church'of God Christian ford Sheriff's Department contributed Infor' ''Patrolman Ricky Bennett In 1982 Sheriff'sInvestigator
Singles in Action will be having mation that enabled the Florida Department D.A. Denton working with Secret'
their meetings the second and of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to investigateand Service Agent William H.' Brawley on',a
fourth Fridays of each month. obtain evidence leading to convictions in counterfeiting investigation developed' information -.
Good speakers, food and interview with which led the state attorney s office to
local illegal drug activity, an .
fellowship are featured each time. the state attorney's investigator revealed this subpoena and take sworn depositions from individuals
Call 964-7678 or 964-5681x,: week. who ,claimed to have personal

."It has been with great difficulty that we remained knowledge of drug usage by then Captain
Duck Race. .
.
quiet instead of responding to the Rhoden and Patrolman Bennett. "
,
;; .The'American Cancer Society is claims made by the news media and federal In May of 1981 a sworn deposition was taken 'Ar .r
duck Silver in this from Bennett.This statement also implicated *""
promoting a race on agencies concerning the drug activity ;
.
River at Silver Springs Florida, county,".says Investigator Wiley Clark'of the Rhoden. State
Assistant
10. The Bradford'County. "It was the opinion of then
Saturday,September gate State Attorney's Office in
, ,for the race will open at 5:30 p.m., "But it was not proper or possible to respond Attorney Thomas Elwell and also could my not opinion be obtained
I S. with the race beginning at 6 p.m.. during the federal investigation and prosecution that a successful prosecution said Clark' 4'tash"
further evidence,
without c
residents
Bradford County are said Clark. f
encouraged to sponsor a duck or For the past nine years an investigation into In light of the facts and opinions available'with the
ducks, for $5 each in this fundraiser illegal drug activity in Bradford County has. at that brae, Denton and Brawley
state
to fight cancer. Each duck been under way, according to InvestigatorClark. consent of the sheriff and Starke the Police attorney Chief
will be numbered in order to iden- revealed the foregoing to
tify the sponsor, with winners Recent news accounts, "'trial activity'and Jimmy Bowen, Chief Bowen stated he to Clark would,
to lead to believe that ask FDLE: to investigate,according
receiving prlzes--from a trip trial testimony may one office
Hawaii for two, to a 35 mm the local sheriff's office played no role in the In May.'of 1982 the state attorney's
Watson
camera.. inquiry and that no interest or involvement by received a letter from Mickey, FDLE's "
Register for your duck at one of local law enforcement contributed to the success Special Agent In'' Charge of in "
Bureau stating
the following Starke business of this investigation, said Clark.' Tallahassee Operations ,
I, firms:' "This is not the case and I believe the public part "..we find insufficient, evidence to pur-
.r of Captain
Community State Bank (Both has a right to know the history of the efforts, sue a "criminal investigation further advised that the L
locations) made by local authorities to correct what was Rhoden. The letter
) : :. Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio realized in 1979 to be a serious problem. ,in our best way for the matter to to Chief be resolved Bowen was havean to
Information
, Stump's Department Store community,"says Clark. provide the instituted{ and _
Western Steer Family Steak It became apparent to the sheriffs office in internal investigation

" House Sponsors will be competing with .surveillance 1979 that, sophisticated sophisticated investigative electronic procedures dismiss Sheriff Rhoden.Reddish was aware of of growing the foregoingand cocaine Did .This File! Start ,Drug Probe...? ..

,, some 60,000 entrants statewide. and (by small rural county stan- was also knowledgeable in Bradford Investigator Wiley Clark produces documents to ,support claims of local law
,' dards) large numbers of investigators and abuse problem developing From 1982 to enforcement's Involvement In drug investigation.Clark says these documents were given to I
i : Upcoming... thousands of man-hours would be necessaryto County 1984 the Investigator most often Clark mentioned says. names FDLE by Sheriff Dolph Reddish and are the basis for the local drug probe which started In
the
Public meetings scheduled in the successfully investigate and prosecute relating to cocaine abuse in Bradford County 1979.
involved in this activity.
; coming weeks are individuals and Scotty Rhoden,
\r": f Starke Zoning Board will meet "This realization was brought home to the were Clark Elaine During Thompson this period of time conti- 20 of those named have been arrested and prosecuted early on that this investiatlon would take

: Thursday, July 28, at 7 p,m., in sheriff when he authorized and his office par nuing says.efforts were being made to obtain In- in federal court. Several were ar- techniques and resources far beyond the
,I Starke City Hall.Hollingsworth. ticipated in a court ordered wire-tap of vestigative assistance from the FDLE. rested and prosecuted in state court, and capabilities of this county or any other"countyof
;' ". Fund raiser, Friday Noonan Bradley's home telephone-in 1979. In the spring of 1984 Sheriff Reddish instructed some in both courts.. similar tax base and population, says
, I July 29, at 6 p.m., in Lake This involvement came about subsequent to a Investigator Denton to travel to The FDLE-BCSO Investigation was highly] Clark. The taxpayers simply cannot afford it.
meeting between the sheriff Chief Deputy officials The Reddish did as he la supposed to do; he turnedto
:, Butler-Union County Recreation Green Cove Springs to meet with FDLE successful in Bradford County. principalswere
Center. $10 donation required. Robert Green and two officials from the Narcotics committmentfor arrested and prosecuted. a larger agencyjor assistance. The agen-
: ," and obtain U possible a
, ,, Flower Show at Lawtey Correctional and Organized Crime Unit (NOCU) in Investigation. The committment was Pursuant to Blaine Thompson's sentencing cies may have been slow In responding but
'h,r Clark. an
did. Also
Gainesville and myself, continues effective when they the
Wi.,,:' J Institution, Saturday Julyf"i" the BCSO given and subsequently a "memorandum of :and his release from prison he decided to I were highly FDLE and the
/ :'Pursuant to this investigation the FBI. Due to his public should realize that the
[( ; 30 One day only.: understanding. entitled Operation CleanUpwith work as an informant for
' :, ;,', I' Bradford County Commissioners'meet began gathering intelligence information and coding number 550-70-1003 was signed by efforts and the efforts of others, the recent FBI did not discover the drug problem in
1 at 9:30 attempting to solicit help from the FDLE,an Sheriff obtained in federal court. Bradford County.Sheriff Reddish did, but he'
::' Monday, August : James Nunnery for the FDLE, by convictions were
t, : :" ,organization with the resources to properly' did need,their assistance to help investigate'it.The
"
7' .,': ,a.m. in Courthouse. not Reddish for the Bradford County Sheriff's Office There is documentation to correlate all of
, \,(,: Bradford County School Board conduct an investigation. Bradley was and by Asst. State Atty. Elwell;for the the foregoing and most of it is available
I ',';" >. I. ,budget workshop, Monday, August convicted in this case, but was forced to office., I: through provisions of the public records law drug problem has not been eliminatedin
state attorney's
forfeit $20,000 to NOCU and $10,000 to the In- this county, Clark says and he does not
'. 1,7 p.m., in Administration. Bldg. Sheriff Reddish then authorized the diapersal and can be verified by Clark, Reddish or1
vestigative fund of Bradford County which is want to mislead or lead anyone to believe thatit
on N. Temple Ave.' of to Special FDLE Agent Joe James Moore, Commissioner of the FDLE in
$2,000
the Bradford County Com is. Clark "I am convinced that
Starke City Council meets Tues administered by Uebelher to be used in this Investigation. Tallahassee. "But says
to
will continue
use
daY August 2, at 7:30: p.m.,in City mission. $1,500 of this money wad later recovered from "I would further like to point out the very the Sheriffs Department
for
1979 to 1981... '' it's resources in the best way and ask
Ha I. defendant L. J. Norman by court order./Also proper way in which Sheriff Reddish tun r "
From 1979 to 1981 further Information was turned over to FDLE was a list of names,and handled himself in this affair. He realised,, assistance when) appropriate.
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I Clerk Tucker Gives Commission' First ,Look at 88-89 'Proposed' BudgetA I


first peek at the 88-89 budget for side, but according to bond commissioners agreed to accept the year, some $151.000. It was agreed 15 percent In any one-year,they said. Clerk Tucker said be Included .
the City of Starke was given city covenants and rate covenants the city millage rollback figure of 2.390 mills the city fathers do not wish to adver- There are no startling Increases in departmental ,requests for such
commiiitoneri in a budget is restricted until the year 2,008 In of property tax,the millage that will tise a tax increase at this time.They the proposed. budget,. or spending See r.gs l0A I
workshop Tuesday night,July 25. the amount of money which can be .bring In the same tax dollars aa last can legally increase: the millage only. ,bill. '
Clerk Nell: Tucker presented a transferred from the Utility System''Trust ,!
General Fund budget with anticipated ,Fund to the General Fund. -'----
Clerk Tucker says he's already I learned to use it in only a ,
$194,597 more than anticipate transferred out$400,000, the limit to ANNOUNCING THE FIRST FULLY /77/nuteswithout, ; ah '
revenue.Clerk Tucker also reportedthat which he is allowed.
the revenue side of the Utility However,the decision on how to IBM COMPATIBLE COMPUTER instruction! book! ._
System,from which more than two- balance the General Fund now ? -L
.
thirds of the city's income Is deriv- $194.587 out remains on the table."Ithink < THAT WILL BRING OUT THE
ed, looks good. But Tucker said he we'll leave that decision to the
hasn't had a chance to consult with city commissioners," Clerk Tucker ,'< GENIUS I IN. .YOU! PRICES START AT 995.00.
Bill Weldon, director of the Elec- said.A.-! '
trical System, about the utility five percent pay Increase is included Ready to plug In and ue Immediately. D
budget figures and doesn't want in the budget,totaling$80,427 Exclusive HEADSTART environment makes both novice and experienceduser
those figures made public until for the 102 city employees, Tucker far '
Weldon, recovering from'a hernia noted, and got no argument from f. more IBMXT productive. ---.- ,
operation,is back on the job and can Mayor Travis Woods or Commis Guaranteed compatible. .
.look at them. stoners Bobby Biggs and Vernon Ultra fast 8 MHz Intel 8088-2 Processor. I ,
The$2.3 million General Fund Includes Silcox. Commissioner Charles 512K RAM memory expandable to 768K. '.. I
the sub-budgets of the city Schaefer visiting his ill mother.in'' 2-36OK disk drives standard I S S
administration, ; Police south Florida,was not present. The first truly complete system wltha clock calendar and built-in ports for \ I --- 9
Department, $ t514,301b; part- Exceptions to the five percent printer,'RS232.Joysticks,mouse and light pen. ,. I I
ment, $204,611; Recreation Depart- raise rules were made departmentheads '" 7 expansion IBM slots and a hefty 135 watt power supply for future .-
ment; $125,535, .and Sanitation considered to be underpaid.Fire expandability, .
Department, $277,823., It further Includes Chief Dwayne Hardee is slated Free 1 year limited warranty with optional low cost extended coverage:: .
a Capital Projects Fund, for a flat$2,000 increase,making his 1/IJ m\
$265,000; internal service fund, salary about $20,000 and making
$227,500;' Transportation Trust Chief Hardee the highest paid per Includes Free Software Programs ..
(streets), $294,860,. and a Self- son.in the Fire Department. Director -' HEADSTART
Insurance Fund, $47,000. All these of Purchasing Jerry Wadsworthis byW ndex'
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are cost items,or non-revenue pro- < slated for a$2,000 plus five percent ATI'"Skill Builder. .Executive Writer- MCA'LC" '. "
,ducing., increase,which will bring his salaryto '* Executive Filer' Nit!Pop-Up Services THE OFFICE SHOP
The main; problem is that the city around$20,000.In .
has sufficient revenue on the utility\ their first consensus the three ,j 110 W.Call St.. Starker 964-5764
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arab.1L Buster Rahn, earth stations are not at issue, since
f, ; Opposition.... allowed without
BCT Staff WriterA they are a specialexception.
r 100-foot high cable TV antenna Mr. and Mrs. Larry Battles Mr. .The facility will be fenced
'1L west of Lawtey was unanimously approved and Mrs. Ray Bryan and beanTraylor and the grounds mowed, an improvement -,
...4 by the Bradford Board of Adjustment opposed the construction of over the native growth
the antenna on the site,which is near
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.I over the objections of five currently on the groundHunt
; .OJ, + residents who live on the west side of their homes, and would not be stated that the antenna will
+1f ,"I titicet'"f in action Tuesday night,July placated by assurances that the receive signals only,and there Is no
; awl antenna would not adversely affect way it can transmit signals that will
them in some manner. interfere with television
The meeting had dragged on for reception.
an hour,before the Board of Adjust Battles said the antenna might All transmission leaving the site will
ment approved the request to allow depreciate his property values, and be via cables,with nothing being put
Hunt Communications, Inc. to pro!, ,complained that"No one asked me"about Into the airways, Hunt told the
.J. : 'I, ceed with Installation of the 100 foot putting the antenna in the assembly He ,conceeded that a
antenna. area. Battles was unequivocal Instating broken cable Interference
'The tower will serve the may cause
that the antenna will t interfere i with television in close
'Iiftr Lawtey and Kingsley' Lake,, .
subscribers' with the possibility of with his television reception.Mrs. proximity to the break.
extending service on SR-225 toward Battles said the tower and accompanying Ray Bryan, who Jives 250 yards
State earth stations (two TV''dishes
Florida Prison. '
) will be unsightly
Hunt Communications, Inc. was See Page 9A
? awarded a non-exclusive franchiseto Hurst responded by saying the

operate cable television in
Lawtey, necessitating ,the erectionof
an antenna in the area. The site "
owned by R.E. Starling, is locateone .
mile west of town, at the In-
tersection of CR-225 and NW 23rd : "..' '
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-.;; I' St., a graded road known locally as i "". c" "
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"Jack Crawford Road." :-): : ,
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-,' Earl Hunt, president of the firm, ,: ,
Kill. IMISIM ,,', ::
explained the antenna will be only ,' :' ,.'
100 feet tall, triangular design, one OPPOIITINATVATTENTION' : '
.I foot wide at the base.It will be guyedto
80 percent of its heighth: and centrally ,, ':
situated on 1.3 acres topreclude "
The ,Files Are Gone Now!... its reaching the perimeter RENTERS

This picture, taken Monday afternoon at a home on some residents there, Not all agree,'however some ,should Hunt It said fall full antennas length do not >
normally
the north tide of saying that the files have Due to the small number of
I Hampton Lake, chow a definite Improvement not decreased enough yet to fall full length but tend to (
over condition: Just a week or ao ago, lay tell. break or bend at its weakest point, applicants presently on our waiting '
and falls straight down the shaft. list for federal rental assistance in
The antenna is; not a threat, 'to Bradford County, the Northwest
Residents Abuzz... anyone, he said. Florida Regional Housing Authority Is
, The antenna will not have alight 'resuming the acceptance of tenant ,
I' at the top, since it falls below requirements applications for the Section 8 Housing
County Gets Fly Complaints From Citizensby for, warning lights by Assistance
FAA (Federal Aviation Administration Payments Program,
funded by the U.S. Department of
Joe Gisay was a" definite 1 problem there with Undisturbed; piles of manure'forma Cable Is' being strung now in Housing and Urban Development
BCT Staff Writer flies. On curl first inspection the crust and flies do not breed readi Lawtey. The tower is final,step. .(HUD), pursuant to 24CFR 882.209(8)( ).
The flies are terrible, terrible" manure was just moving with living ly. But when the manure is removed For information call 1-800-367-7991, ',
said one resident of the north side of larva Environmental Health exposing the wet interior, the flies
Hampton Lake, who requested that Specialist Ed Ransberger said. can 'reproduce rapidly. If the
I his name not be used. "We can't eat After receiving up to a dozen complaints manure is cleaned out earlier in the ,
outside at all anymore.Commissioner Pabst has been monitoring spring before the peak of the fly
Joe Rlddick the farm twice per week. Baez is ,season, it would help hold the fly ," ( i" ,y.:" ,',; ,I' .1': :' .'
brought the problem of flies at now using Larvadex.a chemical ad- population: down, ,according to I
County Lake to the attention of the ditive to the feed that prevents the Pabst. ',f,> .. ":,.
Commission at their regular flies from breeding; according to'' "Getting labor to remove the
meeting in July. Environmental Rensberger. He has sprayed the manure is not easysaid Baez.'
Health Director Ken Pabst haaprepared manure to kill larva,and is following ."Nobody wants to do that kind of ,'/,' ,
a lawsuit which is in the a spray schedule "The fly population 'work." Also, it is not economical to ','I" I
hands of the prosecutor, but court is definitely down now,and larvae remove the piles of manure until the ., "
action is being withheld pending the in the manure are dead, piles reach almost to the. bottom of
outcome of remedial measures being ', "Weather may be a factor Pa bst the cages
taken by farm alledg- said "Flies seem to be bad'
ea to be the offender everywhere this year." There will' A soldier fly that feeds on the lar-: .
""If ,you cut a watermelon 'outdoor always be flies from other sources, va,and is a natural control of the of'
*, before you can wipe off the he said, such as the nearby pasture fending flies is also killed by spray; :
blade of the knife,flies have swarmed -' field with about 50 head of cattle, .ing the piles of manure,says Baez TO THE, CITIZENS 4
all over the melon,"said the rest; garbage cans, and pets, he says. The Florida law provides protec' I.r-
dent. Residents of the area agree that tion for farming operations but does /
"It's been like this for the last the fly population is definately improved -' not give them the right to become a OF .
,.' three of four years," be continued. at least for the present, but public nusiance. Bradford County ; :' .; "
"When Trinks ,(former owner andoperator are somewhat skeptical as to'the. ordinance No. 70-2, adopted in :BRADFORD COUNTY: / ;'
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of the egg producing farm long term continuance of control September 1970' requires poultry -
William F.TrInka) owned the farm. measures now being used. producers to adhere to "acceptablemanure
we didn't have the problem..Its just Flies have a life span of about 20 management practices and ,From'YouzSheriff'' "'
since Baa bought the farm that the days; 'aee rdlng" to Pabst. Baez techniques," and prescribes'I that ,. ',:
flM have gottman.bad.'V-y ..be1B.JU! Larvadq fJtdJlpray ". spraying,' from April. through
.
"I'm being harassed," says Beri. 'JuIy.It..Ww be theend Of"Juy .* November,, be done at Mast'every'
nardo Beet, present owner of the before control is' completely eight days,and no sooner than every ,
chicken farm across CR-218 from established.The Larvadex is a much three days. DOLPH E. REDDISH
the lake. "I've been here 10 years, more economical control than Penalty for violation is deemed a
,costing only about $350 for misdemeanor, punishable by to :
and the farm has been here 30 yearsor spraying up '
so. Most of the homes are new ,the season.Larvadex cannot be used $500 fine and up to 60 days confinement I am seeking your vote'and' support in the September Primary; I' ,
since we owned the farm." They year around however, because. an in the Bradford County jail,according invite you to examine my record as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer'of
should have known we were here immunity is built up against it. to the ordinance. '
Bradford' I will that
County and believe you agree record merits another
before they built, be said. '
"They're treating us like animals.: term In office. ,

They're" trying to exterminate this ,Thank You During my entire career'as an officer'of this county both as Deputy ,
farm, was the way Baa put it. Sheriff and the last 16 Sheriff. I tried' to
Another resident of the years as your have'always' give
neighborhood states that the problem Serving as your property appraiser Is a responsibility thatI :you honest, courteous efficient and fair service; I believe,,that to be the

or has existed,We've "for been fifteen here fifteen take seriously and a privilege. that I appreciate very basic principle any organization,should have.: As your,Sheriff,.it has '
more.
years, and (the flies) 'ain't been for much.Thank' If always been my goal to see that,your tax dollars are spent In..a manner,
just a month of two.'We had the flies you for allowing me to continue to serve. { Can whereby you, the citizen, get ,the most''In return., '

'when Trinks had the farm too," he Be Of Assistance to you please call on me.'Jlnuny The annual Budget/Office Audits by outside offices have always been
said. "Just before a rain you can'topen
the door without a swarm of Alvarez near perfect: I can't think of one, Instance when one dollarwas:

flies getting into the bowie,"said his Pd. Pol. Adv. Property Appraiser misspent 'misplaced or otherwise Improperly ,accounted for, I give, .
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wife.I don't, mind him staying' in credit to the people I have employed. for overseeing''this most Important

-business, but he should remain function'your tax dollars are properly documented and,accounted for

,liable for creating a' nusiance," was namely my bookkeeper. ,Grace Searle., '
another comment.
A notice is conspicuously at Your Sheriffs Office has staff (admittedly,small) of well '

the entrance trained/schooled, sworn and non-sworn personnel to serve your. ,:needs.,
perty is coned for agriculture. At Your Sheriffs Office has always cooperated with all other law (.
times odors, noises, spraying, and "
insects occur due to normal food pro NOTIC"E'B'EGISTEB enforcement,agencies, local; state, and Federal. personally don't'know:

duction. My right to continue of one instance where there has been alack, of cooperation,by.this office,

agricultural Florida Statute operations 823.14.Is Parties protectedby interested : Your Sheriffs Office',Is communication center/dispatch( for Lawtey.

in locating adjacent to or Brooker. and Hampton Police Departments plus emergency rescue and ,

into near consideration.this property:"should, take this all volunteer fire departments Bradford County;',our committment to'

There are six chicken houses on ,all'services is one 'of mutual concern to better'serve you

r the farm, containing: about, 31,000 Early in my career I began to train myself to better serve you::I:have

caged Beet which laying are bens currently, according producing to attended/completed numerous' schools ,on all levels.. ',Including the, FBI,

',about 67 cases of eggs per day.Peak National Academy Washington. D.C.I'am;:' the only officer in the

production would be about 82 cases ,history of Bradford County to complete this course.;I also attended a

per day. VOTE'TO seminar at. USC in California for first term Sheriffs
completed
The hens will lay until about 80 ; ,,: a course'
weeks old when they will either"goto at,the University of Colorado on, Corrections. These, are Just several

Campbell's) Soup, 'or go through a examples ''of my committment my staffs to educate ourselves, to
molting stage which will condition
- them for laying for"six months or so ,better' serve..

more," said Baez. Books My ,whole career in law enforcement in'.Bradford County at,all levels has
Environmental Health
Bradford Registration
',Director,Ken Pabst says, ,"There, been characterized by,honesty truthfulness;fairness'and always mindful of,

Close For those'we are entrusted serve., lam: grateful for your? support in the past a

VBS at Methodist and encourage you to Join me'by supporting my re-election:: tell your friends

July 31 ,August 5 1st and '2nd ,Primaries and n lghb "Bradford County, has a good; Sheriff.,Why change?" 'THANK' ,

Vacation Bible School will start :YOU. # ,
Sunday July 31, at the First United
Methodist Church on Walnut Street.
,Classes for ages three thru adult August 6 1988 : : :
will be offered. Music, .
refreshments crafts, games and areUlPalistine .
VWae will all be aEveryone 5 {.t!
part 01 the nightly activities. p.m.
is Invited to travel along
the road with Jesus during the week I .
from '::30 to 1:30: p.m. as the pro Election Office' Open .' ., DOLPH E.. REDDISH SHERIFF
gram Jesus Our Friend and Teacher '' : BRADFORD COUNTY

u teachers.On presented: by an excellent staff of Sat.. Aug. ,6-9 ,a.m. to 5 p.m. :, ,', ';"'f r''',' ;' ',' : ,
'I, '
Sunday evening at 1 p.m."a bring "
a sandwich supper"will start the ( ;;{! ); ''i' "' 'I"1 ,
fellowship. The program will coo- PHONE: 964-628O ..: :, ". \!' :,::""' :,:< : : < "3 /,' ;

,. elude Friday at the McRae Klngsley Neva "THERE'S.-'NO''SUBSTITUrE-.FOR'; EXPERIENCE",
Flynn ;
Lake home with a church picnic.

.. -, ,, Can M448M for further details, ,Supervisor. Bradford of Elections County '<:::; :: ',<"_::::,"" ':':;; .., ,:, :?:,,:.''I' :,;\:, ,,,:-.';. \. ,,' ::-t: ',' : : : .

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G:) CORRECTION 1

eblToRiA1S. In last week's postcard display The Tl/*graph
stated that Freeman Register, Sr.,,was the original I.
I\ rd Gulf Oil Dealer In Starke.. We are now Informed by' ,
: ''I..,' ost Pauline Priest Francis that a Mr. Houser of Hamptonwas .
>1,',': I' ":. t(1<> U actually the first Gulf, dealer In the county, and
:/ ,' .: ,.:. that her father B.C. Priest was the second. Mr. Priest
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who had
been a Gulf dealer In Cedar Key moved to
Starke .In 1930 and purchased the Gulf distributorship I

Super Tuesday Showed South's .. This apse. lot AAI r... Ooo> from Houser soon afterward. He sold out to Mr.
Register in IMS, according to Mrs. Francis. Wears,
glad to Ret the facts stralaht1
,Renewed Political StrengthSome st S


t
( ,material contained in this editorial was excerpted This large rambling
from the Wall Street Journal', Therefore these Quotes wooden structure that
may be considered as nonpartisan since the WSJ editorially once 'stood beside the
railroad on East Call
supports the Reagan administration and will doubtless r r St., was the old Com- l
extend its support to the George Bush Campaign President 4j mercial Hotel, a popular 4( .
Despite its editorial position +its ,reporters and 4f> boarding place and .. / ;

: political analysts are given free rein to report the news,as f stopover for. tourists, ;r'if'st .:,
F traveling salesmen
'
WU1t they ,see it.)
.yttJourral .. strawberry buyers, and :It<"
t Wall ltrrrt Journal train crews before the .JI-II.
Mtr ?1'H'f/IUk"k.. uri ** Ism turn of the Century The
l.IopdRrntcrN ? structure was later torn
down during the Florida rp

Thanks to the( inspired political George Bush will be severely'challenged land boom days of the j i. ,W. "',
1920 In order to con- '"
strategy of creating promoting and to..prove his own mettle at ,next struct a business block. I / ,
successfully staging the Super Tuesday month's Republican convention." of buildings. .
strategy early in this election year the _
'," ,
South is rising again in the political The Journal's regular panel of I tle,'"'' tt..,. .
.
spectrum, to take its rightful place in thenation's political experts, agreed: "Clearly the .to. :7 ,. ;. ...AJ }'E.Li; \._ _,
< :
Democrats have taken the : ,..
political spectrum. It was a offensive. -- -' ''''::''':':' ,, ,;,
position that was'severely strained Mr. Dukakis has put enormous pressureon '''''--- ---.." _' 'h
when the South strayed from the George Bush and the Republicans"

Democratic fold in all but one
Democratic election in the past 20 As to the frequently heard statement'
years. that the public doesn't, really know
enough about Governor Dukakis one of 'C, I ---

Thanks to the Super Tuesday the WSJ team of political analysts said -'

strategy, the South has now reclaimed "Dukakis was, challenged to reveal{ ';" ".> .
its lost prestige in national political 1 something new about himself as a way ........ : ( ;"f", .".jt"(';'1
of offering to the voters. He .. ,' :I" ''" 'The Starke Ice''
reassurance
power and is well on the way to showing I 1,11,',H' ,''l'.' Co.,'
"' t"
this power by helping.place a Democrat did it, and he did it unbelievably well,, ,''1 tl.',(,\"),,\, brothers originally, W.L.built'(Will by)
back in the White House. giving us insights we had never seen I. ')1";'" t., and Bert W.llln| the ea...
"
before. This analyst added, "The 1 1 ly '19008, and operatedby
Senator (ex-Governor> 'Bob Graham speech outlined exactly who Michael 4++ -- i k" Will Wall for many,

deserves ,much, credit for :shaping the Dukakis is. He came across as a ,.years before being sold
r rr to Senator Charley E.
moralist, a man with traditional trty.r
Super Tuesday when 17
strategy(,
r Johns who operated It
Yankee values. John Adams could have
Southern and border states joined last ", for several years. It was
'spring to make the Nation aware of given that speech, purchased by Chester
their dominant place in the scheme of +' 1 Little of the Sun Ice Co. "j
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'Although Dukakis avoided the harsh > of Newberry in 1980 and
national politics.'In Bush-bashing that had been used by opposing still manufactures
,crushed ice for retail
.1960 the' nine Southern states' of vice-presidential Robert contenders-he ,outlets: ,
even Republican Dole- made
Florida, Georgia Texas South' clear his intention to continue focusingon

Carolina, North. Carolina Mississippi, ethical problems that have badgeredthe
J
Jk
Alabama, Tennessee, and Louisianahad Reagan administration at all levels 1 -l5p }ISt4i I" ,
a combined strength of only 85 elec 0 L
from the White House the Pentagon."I .
toral votes. In the 1988 presidential election -, .
'
,' these same states will control 120 want Americans to be'able to walk'

.electoral votes, and due to, the rapid along, Pennsylvania Avenue, in

growth of the'South, by 1990 will likely Washington and look at the White House > "*'' .. y 1Stats'Streetf
., < ;' < Mb .1 Li" y
Be awarded electoral votesalmost: : '. : i': ,
130 with he : looking North, '
pride said. "I want them to'be i',' f
half of the' magic number of 270( re proud of a, ''government that sets high .(1, '< -"t\" ,;, ", ,, ;, "** ,( rl wtey, yia, 4 1 I:, .
'
,' eg
.quired to win, the .presidential nomina- standards, not just for' the American .

tion. people, but ,high, standards for' itself. ,
Governor Michael Dukakis, ,the
Democratic nominee for President '/After eight years of. a Republican ad' 'Thisbus/''" scene of, '

recognizes this growing importance 0L, ,ministration fueled by selfish and Lawtex's 'downtownarea '! ',.hots !J rdQC
the South in electoral votes., He carried sometimes unlawful motives, the ,north was on .taken Slate'looking'Street say h I+ 91 tJH,

Florida in Super Tuesday primaries; American people"are looking for a front the corner now oc-
and plans to give this state high priority return to the basic 'values of common( cupled by Waters *

in his campaign strategy between now respect. compassion, and concern for Grocery.'The horse and 1'. w r) YtlI. t,
and November, spending more' than aU/ he added. wagons seen at right are Utz
lined what Is
along
up I.' ;t ti
$700,000 in this. State and hiring thirty In weekend. poll Newsweek 'now, U.S. :301. i 1I
staff workers to his "
full-time brine Magazine reported Dukakis leading
message to Florida voters. Thanks to Bush 17 I
by percentage points, following t
Super Tuesday Florida and the other the Atlanta convention. The poll in.. ". .

Southern states ,are no longer a 'dicated that if the election were held today 4 a ..t.. wl

neglected stepchild on. the political registered voters would favor

,front. Dukakis over Bush by a margin of 55

The fact of Dukakis's politically percent to 38 percent ( ?i. l' "

shf'ewd choice Of Senator Lloyd Bentsenof Thirty-two percent of those who voted h C. : "

Texas as his presidential runn- for' Reagan four years ago said they

ingmate is also a sign of the South's new plan to vote for Dukakis in November, ,

political importance, as was the choiceof while only eight percent of those voting ,'LettersCity's > I (
Texas State Treasurer,Ann Richards' for Democratic candidate Walter Mon- Library 'and Postal, Services 'I
as the convention keynote speaker,'and, I .
dale in 1984 said ,they would vote for
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Georgian ex-President Jimmy Carter, Bush., Policy Outlined in Rotary Talks '
for an important spot on the convention Towards Industry'ThreaJen

agenda.. According to Newsweek, the poll also Job An update on public. library 'and \1.S. ,
; !. ,. It' .. tional checking out of books/and providing
found that 24 of those
As for candidate Dukakis himself he only percent poll'ed Editor, Telegraph 5(; postal services: was given at the Starke guidance to readers. The broad range of
,
believe Bush is "forceful: and Rotary Club last week by Helen Davis,' services offered includes: inter-library
'
owes no apologies to anyone for the decisive", while' 52 percent attribute: "' Starke's new postmaster, and Sue Crum,. loans (electronic access and retrieval Of
I am appalled at the City of Starke and '
substance of his acceptance speech, nor' these qualities to Dukakis: :The the' County of Bradford! You are wanting :recently appointed county librarian. any book title in online network throughoutthe

the manner of its delivery.:Whatever he ,Newsweek poll was, conducted by the ,new, industries in the Bradford Countyarea Ms. Davis announced that the post office world reproducable tax forms and
have lacked in socalled"charisma" would resume its full schedule of hours in publications; year-round sale of used
may Gallup organization ,which 'contacted a. yet when they come into the area
and eloquence he made up how long will it take before you want to September for window service, 'after a books; genealogy collection, Including''
total of voters ,
948
registered on July microfilm census records, and old and cur
reduction In hours last
cost-cutting
charge fees to each of those Industries
substance outrageous
for in 'and sincerity, '
21-22.< The' possible margin of error is ? February She said that the total numberof 'rent issues of The Bradford County
Paraphrasing a famous quote from given as four percentage points, plus or hours of window service will be Telegraph/ ; limited bookmobile service;
John F., Kennedy '("Ask not what your'' restored but there be some summer reading program for children;
minus. It is expected, of course that How can yOU expect to get new' industries may possible! '
do for ..") Dukakis changes scheduling. The public.is In- and public access to copying machine.
country can 'you. Bush will gain percentage points follow if you don't have the means to ac- in
said, not what's in it for some of ,the convention in New commodate themT,It should not be the vited to have input into the new schedule Among the present needs of the library,
ing Republican of industries to since "we want to' be open during hours
us, b what's, right for all of us. responsibility new buy our Ms. Crum said, area microfilm
Orleans next month;, 'new sewer system up front. If I was a prospective that 'suit our patrons the best, the, reader/printer; additions to children's and
business thinking about moving ,postmaster said. The public is invited to young adult books; 16mm film projector-
The most welcome words of all were It'was obvious that Michael Dukakis, here and was told this. I would say forgetit make suggestions to the postmaster in person :and funding to deliver books to the horn..
when' he sounded doom' for'' the'White last Thursday night sought to place his and move to a modern'community that'' by:telephone or by writing. bound." '
could handle the
House "sleaze factor" by warning those imprint firmly on his party, ,whose growth. Library Services Both speakers on suggestions invited comments for improvinserves frO

who would serve in his administration members, until that time had had little I am a lifelong resident of Bradford ,The new librarian explained varied services -, provided by the post office an
that ,"If you sell arms to the ayatolla,. opportunity see him and make their County. Now I am a concerned employeeof offered ,here In addition,to the tradi-, I the library to the community,
you will NOT be pardoned," and "if you own assessment. Now that the verdict is Riverside Uniform Rentals, Inc., along

,betray the public trust you ,WILL be in, it is obvious that he' succeeded., with 27 others. Riverside Uniform Rentals), "
Inc. has tried to comply with the standards -<
These were' promises (or Gestures and fist ,pounding are'not,
fired/ of the City of Starke, only to be told '
,threats) designed to restore a public necessary;, to 'make, an impression-- 'we will now,be charged $27247 per day. Forestry' .:Bradford: County '
trust that has been badly battered in the sincerity is. just how long do you think that I will havea ,
job? Is"it 'not poor knowledge'' and
past eight years. More than a hundred 'years' ago w'l'
management on 'the part' of Starke'officials -' -ee Farm Program
Staff reporters for the Wall. Street Abraham Lincoln, himself no orator, ?

Journal, newspaper that customarily delivered his Gettysburg address' in a "...,...? Arlene Concerned demons,Citizen'Starke By County David Forester W. Norton '

supports Republican party nominees calm and collected manner That .. '
wrote in Monday editions that "Michae speech will still,be remembered when Ken Campbell of Jacksonville and St. lands are being managed to assure an ade-
Dukakis performed so well at the' thousands of other' oratorical tub- Edward's Catholic Church in Starke quate supply of essential materials to meet

Democratic National Convention, that thumpers are long forgotten. recently had their property approved for the growing demand for more wood, pro-
Tree Farm Certification in the American. ducts.;
Dukakis Led Ticket ,Tree Farm System.
Exports of forest products continue to
In'DradCord'Coun'tvSuper'' :rise according to economic ''views.. Increasing '
,The Florid Tree Farm Program is partof demand for Umber products ex-
Tuesday Voting a nationwide' Tree Farm System. port is expected for the rest of this decade.
-n RIO
'- Recognition is given to private non- ,This is encouraging sign for landowners in
Michael Dukakis led AI Gore by 11 votes, industrial landowners who use good forest ,this area with future timber to sell. Rising
(Wfli irip4 ,718 to 707,!in Bradford County in the Super management practices to improve the demand for exported timber products
Tuesday Presidential Primary on March value and use of their woodlands. Some of from North Florida's woodlands means an
6. In third place was Jesse Jackson with ,these tree farmers also use ,their increase In price, for landowners selling'
y timberlands for uses other than timber, .timber.
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427
658, followedfby Dick Gephardt ; Gary
C' 1016..FERGUSON"JOHN M.MlUIftrukll Hart 126, Paul Simon 42, and Bruce Babbitt -' like cattle grazing Foresters are availableto This is one more reason that]andownerand
"Hr. ,21. "Undecideds"' numbered 216. provide assistance and recommendation tree farmers are recognized for help-
Published each Thursday and'entered op Second Class Matter of George Bush led the Republican on timberlands at no charge to the landowner ing meet the growing demands for more

the Post Office at Starke. Florida, under Act of March 3, 1879. balloting with 224, followed by Bob Dole wood products:
82; Pat Robertson 69; Jack Kemp 25; andone These tree' farmers will receive the For information on how you may make
Phone'964-0305: ,Subscription Rate n Trade Aeoi* f TXW,year: $8 00 six monthsP.O. vote each for Pete.DuPont and Al familiar green and white Tree Farm sign your woodlands productive and become a
Drawer A; Stark. Florida Outside Trade Ale' Sl00 per year's; six months ,Haig., to display on their land. They will also part of this program, contact me at'
receive a certificate stating, that their 964-6280, ext. 219.

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: New Arrivals. / .. l"

(Zcia "Amber Susan Short'' L.Ann.
Megan Splitt
Mack, T. and Sheila C.: Short of Richard and Theresa
Splitt proudly -
ids of the, Starke announce the birth of a announce the birth of their
news
daughter, Amber, Susan born July daughter, born July.
......... CUb'Nw ,. Six*.! E..... '19 in Lake Butler..She joins a slater,, 17 at Alachua Honsppitalarriid weighing
.,R.- Church Mwra ....... Ashkea Sheree. 8 lb 12 oz., measuring 20" long. She
Maternal
grandparents are joins two brothers, Justin (2
Eldridge and Pat Bundy of Lake CIty ,old) and William (1 yr old). yrs
iilIMr. Paternal"grandparents are Maternal grandparents are Mr.
Lynne Dukes Shower HonoreeLynne Harvey and Susan Short of Starke. and.Mrs. Hines of Green Cove Spr


Dukes,'bride-elect of Troy dividual gifts were opened by Lynne. Richard!:.. CYmons Paternal grandparents are Mrs,
Hicks was honored at amiscellaneous The food table in the dining room Ricky and Tina demons announcethe Betty Splitt of Bangor,Pa., and Mr.
shower on July 7 at Included various finger foods. The birth of a son, Richard Lee,born and Mrs. Richard Splitt, Sr of
the home of Mrs. Michelle Parker. tablecloth and the centerpiece were July 19 at Alachua General Hospital. Bethlehem,great-grandmother/
Hostesses for the evening Included in the bride's chosen colors. Guests Maternal grandparents are Buddy .U Mrs. Helen Splitt of Danville, J;'a. Kim Burch
Mrs. Vel Edwards and Mrs., Shan were served punch and were invitedto and Velma Roark of Hampton and and Douglas Fertig
Johns. choose from two different cake. Gordon and Patsy Baker'' of 'Jonathan Stephenson

Lynne her mother, Mrs. John The hostesses presented Lynne Gainesville.Great-grandparents are !Mr.: and Mrs. Benjamin F.
.and Mrs.H.B.Kelly
Dukes; and Troy's mother Mrs: with the canister set from ,her Janie Wilson of St.Augustine, Ester Stephenson'Jr, of Tallahassee;'an- Burch-Fertlg Vo Wed July/ 30

Milton Hicks, were all presentedwith chosen pattern as a momento of the Webster of Kissimmee and Henry nounce the birth of a son, Jonathan Mr', and Mrs. ;David'Burch and

corsages upon their arrival. In- occasion. The Kellys'' To. and Paternal Libby Wilson grandparents of Gainesville.are Joel. Camron Memorial, born July 15. at Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fertig 'announce
HOIpital..Jonathan weigh
and Marlene the approaching marriage of
Roberts
of Starke and ed 7 lb. 14 oz, and measured 20V4 inches
Ce'ebrate.Fiftieth/ Gene and Arlene Clemens of their children, Kim Marie and .
long. Douglas Richard; on Saturday, July "
Lawtey Great-grandmother is
I Stacey Denmark< Given Shower Gladys Burney of Starke. Maternal grandparents are'Mr. 30 at 7 p.m,in the First Presbyterian
B. will be
H. and Berniece Kelly and Mrs. Irie John Hamilton of Church In Starke. '
Stacey Denmark honored celebrating their 50th Anniversaryon 'Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are All friends and relatives are invited
was at a A fun game was played by Stacey, Brittany Marl. CooperAmanda
lingerie shower on June 30 given by after which she opened her gifts. July 31 from 230430.: The reception and Gussie and Benjamin F.Stephenson, to attend,,A reception will be
will be held in the FellowshipHall Ann John Cooper an- Sr., of Ft.Lauderdale. '
Shan Johns Ann held at the Starke Country Club immediately ,
Mary Tillman; Guests were invited to the refreshment
the birth of .
nounce a daughter, Brit- '
of Bayless Highway Baptist Great-grandmothers are Mrs .
Jana Godwin choose following the wedding:
Nancy Payne table where could .
they Church of Starke. tany' Marie born July 5 and Catherine Hampton and Mrs, Alice r
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Michelle Sapp, Barbara Strube, from various types of finger foods. All friends and relatives'are In- weighing 7 Ibs. .4 oz. Hamilton of Lawtey, \
Karen Woody, and Tammy Winkler silk flower ;
The was a arrangement
centerpiece occasion. Maternal grandparents'' are Mr.
vited to attend this happy
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at the home of the latter.
and Mrs.Jack Williams of Wiggins tDenmarkWalker' .
Upon her arrival Stacey was ,Bus Driver Courses Miss. '...I I
To Wed :
Saturday
'presented with a corsage,which In- The hostesses presented"Stacey Paternal grandparents are Mr,
cluded her garter, The guests were with lingerie items, including a long Offered at VoTechThe and Mrs. Bob Cooper of Starke. '
served with the beverage of their occasion. Miss Stacey Denmark and 'Dr. Will be provided for the ceremony
: gown,as a momento of the Bradford-Union Area 'Vocational .
David Walker will be married this and
,choice Upon arrival. reception.
Technical Center is offering Troy Blain Totstono
Saturday, July 30 at 7 p.m, at First- All friends and relatives ,are.in -
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the mandatory School Bus Driver Mr. and Mrs. Dickey Tetstone of United Methodist Church in Stark*, :vited to attend.
Training Course. Citizens interestedin Brooker announce the birth of a son,.
Lynne Dukes Has Bridal Shower: this training course are advised to Troy Blain, 'born ,.July 16 in A reception ,will be held 'immediately -
contact Vo-Tech immediately since. Gainesville. following the ceremony at SUMMER; SAtE CONTINUES
Lynne Dukes, bride-elect of Troy Hicks, was honored on July} 21 with a ,the classes are limited in size. Maternal grandparents are Mr.; the Starke Woman s Club.A nursery Af Leiia',
miscellaneous shower at the home of Ms. Sandra Bowen. '', Aug. 8-12, 11.a.m. to 3 p.m. for' 'and Mrs.: Olan' Polk: great Bradford Square
Corsages were presented to the honored gueststhe bride-elect, her class Instruction;Auk. 8-12,4-8 p.m. grandmother is Mrs.. Thelma Polk,
mother Mrs. Margie Dukes, and the groom's mother, Mrs. Reba Hicks. for range instruction; Aug. 13' "all of Brooker.
'The bride-elect received many beautiful gifts from friends and relatives (Saturday)' from 8-2.30: p.m. Paternal grandparents are Mr.
Guests were served cokes and finger foods. The refreshment table was. .Tuition is $10 per student; and Mrs. Dick Tetstone of Brooker.
covered with an off-white lace cloth, centered with a pink silk floral ar- registration must be made at the Great-grandfather is Luther Johns,
Bradford Vo-Tech Center in Starke.
and of Starke.
rangement pink tapers.
Hostesses Ms. Sandra Bowen and Ms.Tina Parrish presented the couple '..8 HR.COURSE for present school
with a twenty piece service for four of "Marmalade'stoneware. bus drivers: Jessica Ann Faber
Section A-Aug. 15, 3;>>7 p.m., Kathy and, Michael Faber of
Aug.. 16, 4-8:30: p.m. Starke announce the birth of at< "THIS IS TRULY SAVINGS TODAY
Section B-Aug. 17, 3:30-7 p.m,,, daughter, Jessica Ann born July 4 'EVENT NOT TO EA MISSED.... 'STARTS; ,

.Aug. 18 4.8:30p: .m. in Gainesville. She joins 2V year old !
Has Bridal l ShowersTammy 1
Tammy Dempsey Drivers need to sign up for classes brother Anthony. V\Itf\\"aD

at VoTech or write Marjorie Hut-; Maternal grandmother is Ber-. \til1 \ .
Dempsey, bride-elect of .decorated in l the chosen colors of cheson. No fee, but must be ladette Labby of Gainesville,Paternal ------
Blaine Dy al,was honored July 11 at .blue and mauve.A silver punch bowl employed as a bus driver for the grandparents are Henry and Erin .., -------- 1
a linen shower given by Mrs. Deanna -" was surrounded with greenery? Bradford County School System. ?! Faber of Starke., ,-- '(
Coleman and Miss Terri Fenderat along with mauve and blue flowers.' I \
the Coleman's new home on The refreshment table was centered [I'U.d'1; :
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Morgan Road.; .' I with a ceramic watermelon basket rl N
Upon (arrival,". the hostessespresented and a candelabra of blue votive ''Many women have I \\1 1il
the honor guest and candles. Vegetable and fruit bowls. \:1
,mothers corsages. beautifully graced the table. discovered they can 'save 'stoat lJj\ tI
The party room was decorated in The hostesses presented the ,\ '
peach and blue balloons. The bride-' honoree a set of Corelle dinnerware money. with state'Farm: rr : 1 \\r
elect received many useful and as a momento of the .occasion. i i l
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Homeowners
beautiful gifts.> The hosteses'
presented Tammy a beautiful set of The home of Mrs. Steve Futch was 'Renters.insurance. \ \
waterbed sheets. the setting for a coke party on July .
.. : 23,. honoring, brid -elect Tammy 1\-50/0I'-f\' :

The fellowship hall at Starke .Dempsey. Call me for details. \
Church of God was the setting for a Upon arrival,Tamm .her mother' J'
miscellaneous bridal shower on July Sybil Dempsey and the groom's State Farm'Insurance' '

22, given for Tammy. Dempsey. mother' Ida Sue Schmitt were -- !" ,
bride-elect.' presented corsages. 119 N. Walnut St.Starke .' \ -taUS1- BE cLEARED
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Hostesses,were Frances MeKio.--! *' .*..coveredrw\thea} ; \ 'table wu Florida 32091 -- .E RYT1WtG OF ,COSt\'
ney, Barbara Kirkland; Stelli. white lace cloth and 'HE
Joyner, Nettie Ruth Kirkland and centered with a punch bowl filled 964-5391 REGARDLESS.. flloSHIONflloBRICS'.
Jan Corbett. Upon arrival of the 'with iced cokes surrounded with Merritt Williams,Agent 1 'So.SONSNEWES1

honoree, her mother Mrs. Sybil leatherleaf fern and daisies.Various. slasalstat ERCtt..HDISEONLVI IN STOCK MXlJlIJ.J
Dempsey and the groom's mother, finger foods were served the fifty TlIMS'N"
'1"J.I1OAhd. .OflOU..U Uiticj S ptirims a
Ida Sue Schmitt. corsages were guests who.called between the hours If SPNOLSTISY i SLIPOVIS F.ISICS 1
presented."Precious. of 2-4 p.m. downy t :..csurIur.uusw.LCN.ns"
Moments"' theme was Hostesses for the occasion along ...APIU'..., a SOMIiTICS..s1.a1; SIPS..Me. .
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Futch were Marian
carried out in the colors of peach and with Mrs.
Janelle Reese,Ruth Johns, .. No Refunds.or Exchanges lor this SALE OF. SALES
aqua. Party balloons in peach,white Douglas, (!* good rwigfttxyStar ,,, ,
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and aqua floated at points of interest Oleta Hardenbrook, and Elaine I *farm
The gift table was covered Thornton who presented the SUM' Firm Fir.end Casually Company'
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with white lace over peach cloth and honoree with the platter to her Home Ottic BtoomingtoAi 111/noa

centered with a "Precious chosen dinnerware.
Moments" bridal doll, accented with
"Precious MMoments" bridal col-
lections and peach &white balloons.
The refreshment table was
.covered with white lace over peach RE-ELECT
cloth and. centered with a' huge'' I
"Precious Moments",cake flankedon :
either side with'crystal punch '
bowl and a flower arrangementmade '1\\ : /. 'sk %

by Diane Hughes and .JIM '1. ". /., i iSuperintendent'.of I

presented to the. bride-elect. This, ./ I' \""." ',e... ,
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was accented with a bride doll madeof .;,- ," ". ) :; ,'W
corn husk dressed in peach. .. ,:: .
The hostesses presented the \ '
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honoree with a "Precious Moments" : ; .,. :, .
family Bible and bride,doll. .as a ,... '.\\.,, ; ;'. \f k 1m ::"''II; If, \7J

momento of the occasion... .I\\J".I.ll\.I:: :,"\ .. ." .' '* \;i:;,:!:;'" i. ,.. ': .' .
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with a bridal shower on July ,/<*', ::.,' Schools ,; "
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Upon arrival, the honoree, her ", i'L''' \\!'
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guests after which Tammy opened .
her' gifts. The dining area was PublIc' Official '.: f"



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At Leila's EXPERIENCE ,QUALIFIEDBachelors '
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& Masters Degree in Former, Captain University of
- Stefanie AlvarezCelebrates' 3 1/2 SUPERINTENDENT "
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,, Florida'Baseball TeamHonor
: Health and Physical Education ., .
16th
B'DayOn ,. ,
July 2 several 5 1/2 BRADFORD HIGH ,' I University of Florida "
Saturday, ,' years '
Court Justice University'
friends and family members Joined PRINCIPAL ,,'<':. ..,\.,: :
Stefanie Alvarez in the celebration Educational Specialist Degree in ..of Florida .
home '
on
of her 16th birthday at her '
,Bayless Highway where she lives 5' 'LAWTEY ELEMENTARY Administration and Supervision, .

with her' parents,' Rev. and. Mrs. years ,PIUNCIPAL" ''University of Florida Member Private Industry

Roman Alvarez.. Council
After' an hour of spirited .t'' '
volleyball, everyone gathered on the Member of Florida Association' '.

pool side and deck refreshments.The to enjoy grilled. hamburgers 5 years, FEDERAL PROJECTADMINISTRATOR FOR'y ''and National Association of! Provided Sound Fiscal
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Sweet Sixteen" decor was HANDICAPPED & REGULAR School Superintendents. Management for 14 Million Dollar |

used throughout the party area.Sur- Budget
rounded by streamers and helium STUDENTS' '
balloons, Stefanie blew out the Thoroughly.Familiar with Florida -

candles on her cake and opened her School Law and The Legislative Direct Involvement in Securing
''TEACHER IN PUBLIC ,
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gifts. years Auditorium
State Funds
Among the' many relatives guests ,were including SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY,!. '.Process A .

.several out-of-town '
'N, cousins Shelly Starling and COLLEGE. Firm
A Commitment to
Strong
'as Florida
Jason Starling of Panama City. Special Certification a
The evening's activities ended School Superintendent .Policies on Drugs and Weapons
'with the showing of a video of the 24 years of COMMITMENT TO ,

s party which had been filedthrOUghOUt FLORIDA'S PUBLIC SCHOOJLS'THE
the evening. I

NATURAL RESOURCE OF OUR NATION: OUR YOUNG,PEOPLE"PD. '


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Church ChatterFirst By Dolores Meng ,' ,,: r
Phone 463-191J ; ',':' .
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Baptist Youth Retreat Bookmobile... ',;1",;' i4k1 -
The Bradford County Bookmobile '.';1
Friday and Saturday,July 22-23,'thirty youth from First Baptist Church.. visits the Hampton Post Office park. '"),, .
Starke, went to Daytona Beach for a youth retreat Along with the sun and Ing lot every Tuesday from "\"
fun the people enjoyed, the participants were involved in Bible :
young unique 12:30-2:30: : for the benefit of this ",
studies and worship services. area- free service.'Jamboree. ,Il
Worship services emphasized serving others; each of the youth carried a ...
large wooden cross on the beach to help them understand what Jesus went '
The next Hampton Jamboree Is
through before the crucifixion '
.. scheduled for Sat.,Aug. 6 at the City {,
Park. Good music entertainment,
and food will be available for: the
Sanford Choir Concert at First BaptistFirst public to enjQY.Condole"c ,

Baptist Church of Starke played host to the Youth Choir"Promise" ...,
from First Baptist Church in Sanford this past Sunday evening Sympathy Is extended to Mrs..Ver-
The 32-voice youth choir'' presented the David T. Clydesdale Musical"Forever"a
na Weir who had the sad news that
musical communicating the gospel message. The full-house her Alfred of Denver
Kemp ,
crowd this directed their interim son
enjoyed presentation by Sylvia Gray
Colo.. died in his line of duty as a
music director. The choir its to D.C.
was on way Washington doing con'.certs
He 37 of
security guard. was
all the way there and back This was their first concert. Is years
and survived also by wife
The youth were housed in some 17 different homes within our communityand age a
and two children.
In several pool parties before they left for their next stop
in participated Sympathy to family and friennd of
Llnnie Leona Godwin who died July


I Lawtev's :Grace United Having vas Aug, "1-6 29.Visitors.Mrs. Madonna.. Gilbert' and '1 I''I

The 'Grace United Methodist Featured will be "Praise Pal";the daughters Karen and Anna, Of .
Church Law ley will be hosting its 'Christian Clown along with arts and Durham, N.C.,, is visiting her t. ,
annual Vacation Bible School crafts for all ages. Come out and parents Fran Meng and family and )
I August ,1-6, from ,:30-9: ( p.m. each help celebrate the 100th Anniversaryand other relatives and friends in : :
evening: make this Bible School one of Gainesville and Jacksonville. :

thll hPAt I'Ivprl Birthdays...
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Happy Birthday' to Louise' Mat I- Cl'LJ .' ,
theus who celebrated on July 23.
I Brooker'Student Attends Summer Program Among those celebrating with her Happy Birthday... < ,

At Fla. School for Deaf Blind were her daughter and family Todd BettyJo Member of the Swan_ River Economic Council" (SREC) In S4vk helped Catherine (Katie)Smith, seated In center x '
and Ralph Langford, and celebrate her tilt Birthday Tuesday In the Congregate Room:SREC Cue Frank. Camp,standing at ,
Dining Manager
School bells rang for 37 blind training in mobility'skills or in ac- ,Mandy, from Fernandina Beach -
left, ready light the candle for the eelehratJ- ,
get '
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students from throughout the statueat tivities of daily living. Some need Also joining her were her grand- '
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the Florida School for the Deaf special work in math or In I com children living nearby, Randy, Bob Other guests In attendance In the picture Included sister Viola Talley.sealed at right and Peter Erdman, seated at '
.and the Blind.Including a student munications.But and Kathy Langford, and children left. '
from Brooker ''Carrie Caren, in all cases, the need for fun Timmy .and Christina. Mrs. Mat.
daughter of Ms. Pat Caren. and recreation is not overlooked. theus enjoyed the lovely cake, ,
"fcach: Student was recommendedfor Students have field trips planned to flowers and gifts Including a j' "
'the program by his or her vision Juniper Springs; Marineland? parakeet she plans to teach to talk. FOR "
teacher in their home community,"' Kingsley' Lake, Itchetucknee Spr- Charisse Celebrates... VOTE AND ELECT :
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says Jerry Vandergrift, FSDB ings, Faver Dykes State Park, and .. "
supervising teacher and coordinatorof St. Augustine Beach. A supervised On Monday, 'July 25, Charisse .' "h' '" ,"I''I,
"In each recreation fills the after Rivers turned ten. Her father Dusty "II' *" ( :
the summer program. program 1. ; <;,< Mitchell ., : { : ,
Orlando and ,
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has made specific school hours. Rivers stepsister ,
the teacher I ,
irecommendations case for programs of Some features of the program In- Darlene Aiello of Ocala, joined her ... ," \",'':.",t'.1' \ r
study that would benefit the individual volve the students in new subjects or at the home of Lawrence/ and Teresa "' '1"1"\\1{ !s' \ .\ \'
student." In some cases a activities. The students are Meng to celebrate. i\i'id\W'1 : & \: 1
student 'may be taking, intensifiedSUMMER publishing a weekly newspaper They all went to Kingsley Lake to t'c : Brown? : ,, l,' ,;(,,, ,,(! \
about their experiences and many enjoy swimming and a cookout ,y, "
''which included a decorated birthday
are being introduced to ,
: SALE CONTINUES' computers ,, ,
cake and nice gifts. I
'which have been
specially adaptedfor
'At Leila'sBradford the visually impaired. Others are On Tuesday Charisse, 'Michelleand : 1 '
Square .JT' rw
Rivers District
r upgrading their computer skill. Dusty accompanied their. County Commissioner 1 '
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Speakers will > be addressing the, father to"spend several days -at Key .
students on issues involving ecology' Largo. "
Devil's and the environment.' Other July Birthdays.., 'W y
Funeral "
While students range in age from 7 'July 16-Jennifer Rowley Darlene'' He is Qualified
Set'August 12 to 17, most are between the ages of Rush; 17-Mlchele Wood Janet f '
10 and 12.' "This is a period when Towns; 19 Dana Hall; 20-Robin( He'll always be Available '
children develop very close friend Griffis, Alicia Crosley,; 21-Julie
invited to attend theDevil's
:The public is He'll Dedicated
Vandergrift,"Often always '
ships; explains McMillan Christina Brunner
12 at 7:30
Funeral,
August : times children will return for this Angela Baker; 22-Ben Rawcliffe, ;" '
at New Bethel Baptist Church, He'll have'the .
always '
p.m. I
after to
of Florida and Keller Streets, program summer summer Ross Bickers, Maria Bowen Jason "
corner renew the friendships they formed in Barr; 23-Rebecca Jordan;';Jenny
interest at heart ': .
Rev. A.J. Simmons. Pastor. taxpayers ,
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previous years. Jordan Alishia Hayes; 24-Nina sk ; : '"
'A summer 'program for deaf '''Maestre, Randy Brooks; 26-T.J. Orion < \,\ ': ":'
students is being offered concurrently ; 28-Joy Kemp, Steve Innocent;, .
Think RAV,Ali The Way! on the school campus. 29-Ted Crawford, Jassy Starling,' Paid Political Advertisement .," >" /) :.

pd. pal a.",. Steven Knipp;, 30-Chris Darga, I, ,
Ruthie Feltner ,
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THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES ARE NINE

The' School Board of Bradford PERCENT MORE THAN' LAST YEARS,TOTAL' BUDGET. EXPENDI ,"

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Federal 23.000. : .
State Source ,13,811.330" ,1355.062., 346,888, 449699. '

Local Source 1404686. 355.000., 10.000 .
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the budget :and TAXES will beheld TOTAL REVENuES, 15239016.' 1,610.062.. 346.888, 459699. "

., TransferiIn 69,120. 40,583. 80,000. : ,"
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Fund Balances-7/1/88'\ '708970. 74,1231:' 547,679, 181.297; '75254. ,< ,

TOTAL, Revenues A Balances '16017106..,. 1,724,768., 894,567.., 640996., 155254.. '
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Instruction, 8832147., '674.661] (I !" ,'- ': '
Pupil Personnel Service 586.835., 5562. (': I :' ';
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Instructional Media Service. 387614. 82, ry'i/ ": ',' ,,'
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Development: Service 331712." ,,,36.925.. \ !l : ", .
Instructional Staff Training 51888. 1869.> 't'r;.' ""i' "

Board Room Board of Education 489,778, 36945.*' L '.,. i '
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School Administration 1160183. \'[; ,: '" f .. ,
Facilities Acq. Construction 147.000. I :' ". ;i";' ',,. +(" (\' ,I', 444,316.. ;III'' ,, .
Fiscal Service, 143.293., I,', \ ', ,1,Jj, \\\1' ',' ..'

located at 582 North Food Service: 907487., : ,''i t '. I .
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Avenue Starke Florida Debt Service 18,000. 313.201, 1, I ".,.';"" .\..'. ,.
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Transfers Out 40583. 69120. 80.000. : ,: : .

Fund Balance-6/3 760492. .. 61137. 581366. 127400. "..254.TarALEXPENDlTURES -
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this application may file'' his/her comments IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Cooperative 'right of way. easement ding to 'Plot recorded In plat look ')
In writing with the Regional Director JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR across the Southwesterly 100 feet of the" Page 14" Public Records of BrpfforciCounty I
of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. .above described lands, said easement Florida ..V
at It* Regional Office, Marquis Case No.88-88-CA-P being recorded In MIl(. Book 19, page 'at public sale" to the highest brvl best
One Building 345 Peachtree Center INSILCO CORPORATION, 191, and Official Records Book 4& on bidder, for cash et the Bradford County

Avenue,, N.E.,, Suite 1200, Atlanta 'a Connecticut corporation, and page 604 of the public records of Bradford Courthouse, Starke,, Florida at, 11:00
NOTICE OF INTENT NOTICE OF'SHERIFF'S SALE Georgia 30303. If any person desires to MILES HOMES DIVISION OF INSILCO County, Florida TOGETHER WITH a' AM., on August 31, 1988.

Sowonn, River Economic Council NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT (. protect the granting of this application, CORPORATION a Connecticut' corporation 'nonexclusive easement for ingress, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTBy
such hat a right to do >o If the egrets and utilities between State Rood Cathy Higginbotham
Inc E. Reddish person 1
h.r.by Dolph Sheriff
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No. 225 and the lands hereby describedIn
Plaintiff
!! Clerk'
flied the !
to adminUter protest I I. with Regional Director Deputy
under
County Florida and
the lowlncome i by virtue of a
an Instrument recorded In the
public
v*
6, 1988. The nonconfldentlal 2tchg73128"ootrql
by August
Weotherljollon Program In the 8 Writ of Execution heretofore .Issued out -
county DAVID ALAN MARTIN. records of Bradford County, Florida )In < 0782PRIMARY
of the file
SREC portion application are on .
Serwke Area from the of the above-entitled Court, In theabov..tyled
present PATRICIA ANN MARTIN .Official Records Book 212 509,
page
time In the Regional' Office a* part of the
to end of
existing contract. It I lien. cause, have levied the Final ELECTION
upon and ED GAGNON pursuant' to Judgment
tie pated thot approximately S380.21 5.00 the following property, situate lying public file maintained by the Corporation. entered In'' the case pending In told 'I I, Travis' Woods. Mayor-Commissioner
will be spent on weotherliatlon' and being In Bradford County, Florida, to This file I Ie available for public inspection pefendants.NOTICE OF SALE Court the style of which Is INSILCO COR. of the City of 't.", .. Florid.,by vinyl, of
carpentry.rapalr labor before July 31, wit during regular business hours. NOTICE I I. PORATION a Conn.ctlcut'co.'poration' the Authority vested In me by 'law, da
hereby that the
1989, In the 8 county SREC Service Area. 'A parcel' of land lying In the Southeast MERCHANTS B SOUTHERN BANK undersigned, GILBERT S.given BROWN. Clerkof and MILES HOMES DIVISION OF INSILCO .hereby call, first Primary Election to beheld
Minimum requirement or. a letter of quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of 3345 N. Main Street the Circuit, Court Bradford CORPORATION a Connecticut corpora et the City Hall In the aforesaid' City

'reference from o local business person SW 1/4J of Section 31, Township 7 South Galn..vlll'Flarlda. Florida, will on the 17th County day of tion Plaintiff vs. DAVID ALAN MARTIN" ', ,ef qualified voters on. Tuetdejr,
or mlnliter, proof of all required local Range 22 Lost, Bradford County. Florida; August, 1988 ot 1100; A.M. at the front PATRICIA ANN MARTIN, and ED September U, MM, A.D., for the purpose
license, a certificate of Insurance show. said parcel being more particularly MERCHANTS t SOUTHERN BANK door of the Bradford County Courthouse, GAGNON. Defendant. 'Case ''No. of electing the following' officers'
Ing comprehensive liability' Insurance described a* follow' : Commence at the OF CLAY COUNTY; In the City of Florida offer for 88-88-CA-P ONE COMMISSIONER
that Include! premises and completed Southeast 'corner of said Southeast 100 Commercial Circle sale and sell Slark'b 11-. outcry to the 'WITNESS my'hand and official! seal: ot CROUP 1

deducted operation Workman' Compensation I'e quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Keystone Height, Florida hlghesr and best bidder, for: cath, the said court this 13th day of July \988. for Two Years
from the labor check If not cat.r .. SW 1/4)) and run West, along the South 7/7 Stchg 8/4 property described as follow) GILBERT S. BROWN '
) fled by' the Contractor, boundary thereof 90 feet to the West Control 0756 Lot 9, BREAMWOOD, an unrecorded' Clerk of Circuit Court ,ONE COMMISSIONER' (
A meeting will be held at SREC In Live boundary of the right-of-way of State subdivision of Bradford County, Florida By.Cathy Higginbotham: GROUP 3
Oak Street at, the Main Office. 119 Wilbur Road 325; thence North along laid Wet PUBLIC AUCTION aid lot being more particularly, detcnb' Deputy Clerk For Two y_;.'

', ,,! ;All those on August I I. 1988, at 10:30: a.m. boundary 964 feel to point of beginning. NOTICE I Ie hereby given that on Monday ed a* follows) situated Section 4, 2tchg 7/21-28
interested
" 111 iln the program'' From point of thus described Township 7 South 21 Bradford Control' 0779, ONE COMMISSIONER
1i'' '::1"\" : \." should be In attendance beginning August, 1. )988 at 10:00: o'clock Range East -
CROUP
1\.1, \ ," <'\" ; continue North along said West A.M. the undersigned Gator County, Florida A parcel, of land I
"'I'.i'" } '"."" 7/21 Stchg 7/28 boundary 356 feet, more or let, to the' Frelghtway. Inc., will sell at public auc- situated In Fractional Section 4 of' REQUEST FOR BIDS For Two YearsINSPECTORS

I ',., Control 0780 North boundary off laid Southeast tion for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.,,Jacktonv.vllle Township 7 South Range 21 East, Bradford THE CITY'OF LAWTEY will be taking
: ., I 1 quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of i County, Florida; sold parcel being bid on the Improvement of South Park FOR SAID ELECTION .
I SW 1/4)); thence West along said North 'On. lot of mixer. chute, consigned to Lot 13 of BREAMWOOD' LAKE VIEW as Street, from West Lake Street to Adorns Lucille Godwin Margaret Williams
boundary 1230 feet, more or less, to the Hollywood Leasing Corp., Hollywood, surveyed by Joseph. G. Knopp, 'Street Improvements will be to widen Clara Coljon. Shirley Andrews
'. ', NOTICE OF INTENT Westerly boundary of told Southeast FI:, Registered Land Surveyor and being street to 20 ft. for a distance of 901 ft. to Agnes Dink Ins Margaret DeSue'Oleete ,

"' ,'. fi'r' ;," ....', Suwonnee River Economic Council, quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of 'On. lot"of ceramic, tile, consigned to 'more particularly described a* follow: provide a2 ft. wide entrance drive to. Hardenbroak Bernandlne Early
:;", ; ;" { ''-'' Inc., hereby announces Notice of Intent SW T/4)), thence South along 'told Universale Tile'Co., Ft. LauderdoTe. Fla., Commence at a concrete monument at Fire Station from South Park Street approximately Lucy White Christine Harmon,
,'" ''' :; the Intersection of the Northerly right of 160 ft. to concrete apron.Bids .
,'to administer the Low-Income Westerly boundary 356 feet more or One Jot of Extry alum, consigned to be 'ALTERNATES
; Weatherlzation Program In the 8 county less, to the Northwest corner of land Yacht Yard. Danla Fl.. nllne( < of the Seaboard Coast Line ,must received' by 12.00 noon Elvira D.VeeMargaret
: ,: : SREC Service Area, from the present heretofore conveyed to Oscar Eat," and to satisfy freight and storage charge, right 01.,0.. with the East line on Augu.l,20. 1988. MooreCLERK ,
of said N 00'27'29" 7/21 41'chg811Conl
Section 4, and W
time to end of existing contract. Marilyn' Etta, his wife (tee Official under the provision of Section 4b( ) of run ; ,
along .told East line, 281.57 feet theNortherly ol 0785
It Is 'anticipated that approximately Record Book 101, Page 249)), thence East, Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. ; to Carter ,
of line of EdmondsDrivel Key
:
340944.00 will be spent on weotherlxa- parallel with, told South boundary ofSoutheast Gator Frelghtwoys, Inc.Carrier. fight way b.-
tlon materials before 3)) of thence run N 71'l8'5c" W, along 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD In Testimony whereof; I hereunto
July 1989'Allmaterials Southwest
quarter quarterSE i the of line of said subscribe name and cause the Seal,
Northerly right way COUNTY; FLORIDA my
purchased 4/4 of SW feet 1-317470 did 5/3/88 .
must meet ( 1/4)) 1230 or'less
mare '
Edmonds Drive, 1033.20 feet to, the CIRCUIT CIVIL No, 86-526-CA of the Town to be hereunto affixed thl.
minimum standards as published In the to the Wett boundary of State Rood 2.042650 did 51088'Pro '
7th of
Wi, A.D.
of line of Breomwood day July
Easterly right 'FORTUNE "
Federal way SAVINGS BANK .
Regliter. Materials and dtd 6/6788
are secured 325 point of beginning; and contain- 13-308431 '
Travis' WeedsMayorCommissioner
by Suwannee River Lon.;'lh'Qc. run, N 21.27'44" E, along' formerly known a*
Economic ten ((10) let Control 0784
Council ing ) acre more or :
aid Easterly 'right of line, 156.62feet FORTUNE FEDERAL SAiliNGS'AND
Inc., Issuing o purchase order way
to the of Zchg7l21.28SWILL
the above-named
par a* property ;
; thence run Northerly, along said LOAN ASSOCIATION, ATTEST ,Nell TuckerCity
Vendor
ticipating based of
oni prices defendant and that on the 4th day
Easterly right of way line with a curve Plaintiff, Clerk
quoted. All local
building materials suppliers -: August, 1988, Thursday at two o'clock on ,concav.Westerly told-curve; having a vs QUALIFYING TIME FOR THE ABOVE OFFICES -
who desire to do business BIDS INVITED'Bid
with aid day on the premises of the Bradford Central' angle 79'48'20" O radius of 230.00'f..1 FOREST DRAWDY. '. OPENS AT NOON JULY 2S. Wi,

: Suwonnee hould submit River a Economic letter to the Counol Executive. 'Inc., County ale/ and Sheriff tell Office the I will bidder offer for forcoth. The School Board 8-0802-4 of Bradford Countywill and a chord bearing and distance of KATHY N. DRAWDY, hisiwlfet'/ ;, : ', ", AND ,CLOSES AT NOON JULY 8., 1tt..
to highest '
Director, P.O. Box 70 live Oak Florida receive bid on twill from all school' N 18'26'26" W, 295.08 feet; I hence run N et at., ,. '' /,-. 7/14-8/4-'
In hand, the above-described
I
I : property 5820'36" W; along said Easterly' right of Defendants. \/V''I! "' Control) 0747
:> .
32060, so stating. This letter should be the of the told Defendant caf.teria*{ on August 2, '1988, at 2.00 ,
\ 8'; ,i'\\'; ; '', postmarked before August 1. 1988. Vent lJ a* property cold wilt- p.m. Interested Individuals must bid on way IIn..238.14 feel to a Point of Curve: NOTICE OF SALE, ,i,1'.: 'II-'>; ,
\', ;'), :&&I\\'' 'i:s,1, J dons will be selected on quality be to satisfy Executlon.Sal.lI.nl.DOLPH ,. each ftchool separately, and may bid on th.nc.Jn Northwesterly along said Notice Is hereby given; ; than'pursuant
I"" S j.s!!rS\\3 1"1"'I -laterials for lowest prices, sublets| to any existing one or all chool. Easterly right of way line with o curve' lathe Final Judgment entered 'in this
, '?!,'h \ ,Ii ',;/:\ i 7/21 2tchg 7/28 E. REDDISH. Copies of the bid form may be plck.dup concave Northeasterly sold curve having' route; In the Circuit Court for,',Bradford' ; FREE
,- Control 0781 SHERIFF OF BRADFORD at the Bradford County School Purchasing > a central angle of 2657'56" a radius of County'',' Florida 'I will sell the properly '

", I<" ,' .. COUNTY FLORIDA Department, 519 N. Orange St:, 470.00"feet, on arc! length of 22)) ,20 and o'' situated, In' Bradford County Florida, I EXPLORING

It' 4Ichg7l7.28. W.. Starke, Fl 32091, or call Michael Red" chord bearing and ,distance of N described as: 1f :GODS WORD
:'" !' ". Control 0755 'dlth. Director of Purchasing at i ((904)) 44S1'38", W:219,16: feet to a Point of' ,lots" 9 and ,ld"Carl.'ott' o: Unit, a cor-
, 'I.., :r" : i 964.6800 and a will be sent to 'Tongency: th.nc.un N 31022'40"'W' .
copy you. BIBLE STUDY
: HOME ,
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of'
1'/ ", \ Interested persons must have bid at along said Easterly'right way ,line -
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: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BRADFORD' ,NOTICE' OF PROPOSED'BANK the Purchasing Office not later than 2:00': 448 80 feet to on Iron pipe! thence run S STARKE 'the Bible Course Is taught In your

',,; COUNTY MERGER P.M.i August 2,> 1988. Send bidt" la:, 5837'20'i W,1; 60,00 feet to the' Westerly home free of charge. .
'' Cbte No. 84-90-CA? Notice I I. hereby given that the MERCHANT'S -, Michael Reddish Director of Purchasing, ,right of WaV'line of Breamwood lane CHURCH GOD' this b o non-<:lenomlnatlohal jtudy''

FLORIDA'NATIONAL BANK, SOUTHERN BANK, 519 N., Orange St., W.,' Starke,, Flo. and the Point'' of Beginningthence continue '422 tf. ST. CLAIR 1"9645445John based only on what,thus with the '"
Plaintiff GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA has mode op?: '132091' Outside of the envelope MUST'' '' S SII-37'20" W226 87 (test; thencerun word.of God"
,. plication to the Federal Deposit' In- CLEARLY STATE, Bid Description SWILL /N 38S6'44"' W, 105.92 feet thence 'Spratlin!' Pastor' 'APOSTOLIC TRUTH''
v.BRADFORD '. Corporation. Washington, D.C. BIDS and Bid 808024. ''run'' 'N 5837'20" E, 240.82 feet Id said We Invite you to worship, with v U.P.C:
BATTERIES INC ,
20429, for its written content to merge ,"2tchg 7/21.28 Westerly right of way line; thence run S Attended Nursery: 782-3303
DONALD DONALD WILSON CHAMPION and SI\\ 4 with the' MERCHANTS 8 SOUTHERN Control 0778 31022'40" E, along laid right of way line Snda'\ : School '.'.,, :t Dam *' 'Rell: Ernrnetf
feet the Point of ;\ Bright'To
105.00 to
BANK OF"CLAY COUNTY, KEYSTONE'' ; Beginning. Morning Worship Ham,
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DONALD SEQUI. At HEIGHTS. FLORIDA I. 'Subject; 10''a,' 100: ,feet"Clotf' Electric Evening Service' .l,:.:'.'. 6pm schedule; your home bible'
pefendantit . study or for additional Information
Any, person wishing to comment on WpdreiKlay Youth 1,30 pm

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,.'::'', ': ;r, FURNITURE !J_- 'DO YOU JUST CUT CRASS?' }UWY 301. 964-6871, 'take Located right off on 100 24th S. toward avenue Keystone, follow ,


"., Johnson pO Box 207 Starke Igns. Eves. 864-6898 I
Kim & Jan ,
'lof' .went00 that HOW
My neighbor' : cares 'greatly he 'She to tell me we
,' 66 S. Walnut 964-5644 lawnr During. vacations, she hires people do things' 1 is as important as WHAT we da All Nature SIng. of Jesoa

to look alter itI I noticed, that she kepI, 'She mumbled: something about being a -
' : Blankenship'sChimneysweep PRIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS changing 'lawn pertonnel'whyr*, t PROFESSIONAL'or'' an AMATEUH, Griffis &Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
asked observing that all of them seemed' Then she got) philosophical- 'hreauy<< \ ,
I inc ,Works
to cut grass rather well boils down \to an attitude lo""ardhf. Do SUPPLY ,

Management & Staff "They can" she Bald "They all can .''you want to ih"p(" knocks/, ,Attend your: church'regularly 7tService
CUT GRASS But [m lookn9' lot some. EIlIST through '
HWY 301 North 'one who can MOW LAWNS, ,Jesus, may, not ''have 'been talkIng, boat'

964-8278 964.7500 : I pushed tar explanation., : ''Well' she'' 'about mowing *.>rt> bul'he was talking 'HWY, 301 N. 964-4461 or 964-5531 '864 Temple 9647061HURST'S
said. "The difference between CUTTING about Ida, "I\ came that you might have" ....-
',M/. and haw It '.", ore, abundantly:,'" ,
.... GRASS and MOWING LAWNS is the ?
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Eyeglass I Store E-Z Wheels I A t Safes r difference, between CARE and CARE* (John 10.10)) ,, ', < EXXON

We Finance LESSNESS; the difference. between; .' i' ,r',' SERVICE
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; MAKING MONEY and MAKING A LAWN '
",": our completeeyeglass Buy Here Pay Here LOOK RIGH1;/ ty ,, ,< "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

,;(" '" ,'", ,:. ,'' center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. .......... .............. '..Ii"" .....' -,3 987 N. TEMPLE AV.

" :':" ." ::. : 103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 Sunday ''| came thai you I 964-6111 ,I.*
, (, ,1 ii(, Eiodua might hivi life

', DOUGLAS BATTERY, OF; :JONES FUNERAL: HOME ,1229-5; and have II more'r i ARCHIE' ,TANNER FUNERAL' B&M STARTER' &,
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STARKE p/sllngullh/ d.CorhgServlCe Monday abundantly. HOME
.' v, fotCMMiaYfxin Exodus GENERATOR
rebuild starters alternators 13 1-22 Dignified Service ,
: We Steve and Cindy Futch, 238 E. Washington St.,
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: & Generators Tuesday Monuments
Batteries 'Storks:: 9644200fi Exodus 964 5274
Auto Marine Cycle -
S. 964-5757
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Heights "141-30 r
407 M.TemDte 964-7911 Keystone 473-3176 Wednesday


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A COMM4T1 UM O*tM Lmi MOVM*ft fUCIIOMKKOVIM
'., ;,, '<""',, For All Your. pharmacy Needs'" tOOO titlMtt VCft* Open 7 Days

< .." ,', LP Gas A Western Union Agent
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fa r.mxa.wtsar.
9.6 y.t53?LJ SU Convenience Store
, 964-7170' inesssx.ww
.. 356 W. Madison
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.'; I ''State Bank, it' TRANSMISSION SERVICE. 'STEAK HOUSE MANUFACTURING. '

,, r'";J'?" : ol Stark Ro.etosdrq tldaub repose / ,t> tL \F: 'u.w.st.rnSIger ,

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" "I''f" "- IndependantBank 528 S. Walnut' St. 9648317Mosley 19 1-25 x 964-8061 Mark Mulllns & Employees '

B1. 'So Walnut, 984-7830 -

Tire Co. FridayExodus, Call Now 964'8018hlMML
<:" WATERS GROCERY 20 121Saturday '' !,"SffijrInsurance ?....
301 & State' US 301 N.; Starke '
Corner of US '440 W, MadisonWinnDixie
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.' 964-6600 Leviticus l.Et IDENTCENTERS ,
Lawtey, FL 'O" "' "" """' s.x. ""' '
16 t-34 Shopping Center)
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782-3737 24 HR Wrecker Service stysaseswtst..c IIIIIJII' OF AMERICA. INC.

Custom made exhaust systems --------r' ., _';""" ,...- '" ,,' 964-4695 THE PAIN RELIEF TORSNOEGEL'S
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.t. I FLORIDA NATIONAL STARKE LANK'S; r W.W :,.jfip'essionalL ) You must put on that newman Homes Beautiful of
, AUTO Office' Personnel "
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BANK fi). 1'' ServIce, created In God'sImage North Florida
: : SALES W '
Service of All whose I justice and Construction Company
Office & Typing .
\' "Worship this week and every week Off ice rs, Directors. & Special rates .:hurcl'l'groups.; .. Kinds holinessare born ofStaff ,All., typei of Home Improvement
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': ',:' "at the church of your choice" 1614 N. Temple" 964-8175. 1837 Raiford Rd .' 964.7777 truth.-EoLeslans 44 964-6766 .
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-:; : : 1018 N. Tempi, 964-6481 ,

CORBETT'S TIRES & GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION Terwillegar! Motors I Inc :;I

' .I _, NAPA AUTO PARTS Allen's Office Supplies DENMARK FURNITURE SERVICE Sales & Service( ,

STORE and Printing' Company It's a fact' you can do 'Complete Tire Shop & Auto 206 W. Madison & US 301
quality homes at
"Alt the right parts In all the Art Supplies Custom Framing better Denmark's Repairs Superior Starka 964-7200
Printlna. tftoe Supp'' .s ,0. 301 N. affordable prices
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right_ plades"1S5 113 E. 'Call bt ,wC: S925 434 W. Call 964-5827 et:6436" HWY 301' Sr 964-6633 SR 21 Keystone Heights

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,-. .. Godey Art Exhibit at Library I IOn

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I t/!' till after it's I present rural
;. '. display at the Bradford County gone so ,
--- ,91' Public Library July 21 until Aug 9 is often rural domesticated animals> to

TO NOTICE Of RIGHT Elmira New York 4902-I 503T.I.phorw t,\.., an exhibit of Michael Godey's oil the towns and cities I love cowl,"
NOMINATE IV PETITION : ((607)) 734-6191 paintings. said Godey
( Th. )Former It accepllng Horn AdministrationFmHA 7/28 4tchg 8/18 Control 0790 4 J M My Godey teaches ArtL Appreciation at On display is Toni Big Girls andGreen
nomination for
County Committee elections for Alachuo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of FLORIDA the Starke Campus of SFCC and is Cow all by Godey. Christian
ond Bradford countle.. This notice It EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 1. an accomplished artist. Star of Mighty Victory Country,
Issued to Inform eligible voters of the BRADFORD COUNTY. ,"I currently live in Micanopy More State of Real Illusion,Find the
right to nominal candidate by petition. PROBATE DIVISION 4n because I prefer rural settings for Cow tn theN, Y.City and Cow/Geese'
Copies of the petition and Instructions FILE NUMBER M-S6-CP my subjects and feelings," says are also representative of Godey's'drawings. .
on Itt completion can be obtained from DIVISION 1.3937 ,) t t Godey. "Often one Hoes not miss it .
,your local FmHA oHIce IN RE: ESTATE OF
Persons nominated should have an In- LEON. F. NORMAN 1

terett In a farm o. an own.r, tenant or Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION I I
thorecroppef within the county or area
In which actlvltlet of the county or area Th. administration of the' Estate of ELECT
commltt.ore carried out They mutt b.clll..n. LEON F. NORMAN, deceased. File ED WALL
of the United Statei or client Number 88-56-CP, I I. pending the Clr.
lawfully admitted to the United Statet cult Court for Bradford County Florida, ,
,.for p.rmon.ntr..ld.nc., and be well Probate Division, the address of which I I. *.
qualified for committee work, Spoutet P.O, Drawer B, Starke, Florida 32O9I), CITY COUNCIL, GROUP
of fhoie periont who meet. eligibility" Th. name and addresses of the personal .
7 f Florida
o'N.
? y Bocheton Degree-UnIv.
representative and the p.raonol.r.pr..nlotlv.'s .
criteria or. alto eligible for nominationfor Graduate-Santa Fe Comm.College
election to the county commltt.. attorney are set forth' Member Florida CouncI: on Crime
Nomination mutt be received In the below. and Delnquency
local FmHA office at 5709 NWpth( Sty, Interested persons or. required to Vietnam Veteran(2,Tour)
Ste. C. Gainesville: no later than file with this" court WITHIN THREE MON
September t', 1988 FmHA committee THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
election are op.n to all eligible, voters NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against lhe-estole Three Seniors Honored... THANKS FOR YOUR VOTE

without r.gord to rpce, color religion, ,and ((2)) any objection) by on Interested/ Ttieee are the three most senior member al the Swan_ River Economic ,Pd. Pol,Adv OF CONFIDENCE
,notional origin, age, political affiliation, person on whom this notice was served Council'.weekly gathering.
marital status, and/or ,that choll.ng. the validity of the will, .
tex handicap.
ltchgT/28 th. qualifications of the 'personal From left to right: Tom Ellis, (9; Rlwle Reddish, 90; and Ruby Brown;$$.,

Control 0791 representative, venue, or jurisdiction of L

"- *"" SUPREME COURT the ALL court CLAIMS, AND OBJECTIONS NOT SFFC Center Has Record Term ,
VacationSchoot
STATE OF NEW YORK SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. ,

COUNTY OF CHEMUNG Publication of this notice has begun.on Registration begins ,next week American Government,. Spanish ,
July 28
SUMMONS, AND NOTICE 1988.PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE for 1988 Fall classes at the Santa Fe First Aid, Major Religions aixiBusiness
Index No. 88-2233 : Community College Starke Center In Law,
MELBA Y.FAULKNERP
RJI NO 88 0387 x O. Box 38 the renovated historic courthouse Three computer classes, Intro to

DONALD 'A. Roiford.; Flo' 34083ATTORNEY building on West Call St. 'Computers, Basic and Software Applications rBibe (
EASTON and ELAINE E.
FOR PERSONAL As the Starke Center, enters its will be offered in the com-
BURNETT, and Executors.
Individually a*
REPRESENTATIVE 'fourth full expectations are puter Lab where upgraded IBM
of 'the ESTATE OF ALBERT U EASTON, : year ,
Deceased; and CHARLES W?: EASTON LARRY E. CIESLA ESQ. high for continued growth the PC's will greatly improve the Lab's Methodist'
and GRACE M. EASTON, Plaintiffs, PO Box 1161Gainesville highly successful local college program hardware.A I First United Church
against Fla 32602 Nursing Assistant Program
ESTATE OF RICHARD H. OOLBAUGH, T.I.phon.. .((904)) 378.5603 Dr Bernie McFadden Starke taught by Millie Hitchcock is also on

and all De.I...., Distribute.* and Heirt 7/28 2tchg 8/i Center Coordinator, looks forward to the agenda. ,
at Law of the said Richard H.Coolbaugh, CpntrplQ792 a record enrollment with a wide Registration for' the Fall 1988 ,July* '31 -' Aug. 4
deceased and alto all pertoni who, by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR variety of offerings for the Fall Term begins August 2 and ''will be

purchase or Inheritance Or otherwlte" BRADFORD COUNTY,.FLORIDA Term. held daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ,6:30 8:30 p.rn.,
hove or claim to have on Interest In the CIVIL DIVISION In addition to basic classes, in A special evening registration will ,

premises described In th. Complaint CASE 87-158-CA Math, English, Science, History, be held Thursday,August 4 from 0 to '
herein, derived through the told RichardH. CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS ,Social Sciences and Humanities the 8pm. "Travel Along the Road With Jesus :, :
AND LOAN
Coolbough or through his Devisees, ASSOCIATION Fall Schedule includes Intro to For further Information call '
Distributees or Helrt at Law, or through v.Plaintiff.' Business. General Psychology 964-5382. Sunday Through Friday"For ,
any of them which, Devisees, '
Distributes, Heirt at LOw and other p.rsons TALMADGE L. PRESSLEY and
If any there" be and their namet, LINDA M. PRESSLEY, hit wife, Picnic. Honors Stacey Denmark
'and FLEET FINANCE *MORTGAGE INC, Further Information Call
,are unknown to plaintiffs, and all persons ,
who have or moke any' claim Defendants.NOTICE The home of Dr.and Mrs. BruceD. ed wedding invitation as a mementoof 964-6864
.whatever as executors or administrator' OF SALE Ivey on Kingsley Lake was the, the occasion.
of any person who may b. deceased and NOTICE It h.r.by given that, pursuant lovely setting for a celebration picnic It,
who If living would have any Interest ,to the" Final Judgement entered in Cote July.15 honoring Stacey Leigh'
the premise described In the" Complaint'' Number 87158CA. In the Circuit Court Denmark. The party was in honor of ---

herein, derived through the sold Richard of Bradford County Florida I will tell' ,Stacey's upcoming.marriage. pro
H. Coolbaugh'' or hit Devisees,, the prop.rty situated In Bradford County David Walker.. A A
Distributees, or Heir ot Law which per, Florida, described ot. Corsages were presented to
sons. If any there be, and their names LOT 51 on Pin.Avenue. Crystal Lak. Stacey, her mother Bettie Sue Den
or. unknown to plaintiffs: and BEULAH Hom..It. according to Plat thereof a* mark and Stacey's grandmotherMrs.
recorded In Plat Book 3. 6, of the -' WITH
COOLBAUGH and FAYETTE LEON pag. Alderman when they arrived
,current public record of Bradford County \ '
.COOLBAUGH. If living, and If Deceased THESE ,
A picnic lunch of sandwiches,
: Florida. e
any and all who would' claim through and v
them und.r circumstances of the Estate at public tale, to the highest bidd.r chicken wings, fruit'vegetables
''of Richard Coolbough a* set forth for cosh, at the front door of the Bradford cookies, was served from the dining SAVINGS '
room area The 100 guests were Invited i
above, and THE STATE OF NEW YORK, County Courthouse In Stark., ,
Defendants. Florida, at 11:00: a.m. on the 25th day of to'dine on the verandas a s -
,To the above named defendants; ,August 1988. overlooking: the' lake where tables NOW Pr3q.asP1. 4- .
You are h.r.by summoned, to appear, GILBERT S. BROWNAS iwere set with brightly colored blue t
In this action by serving a notice of appearance CLERK OF SAID COURT cloths and summer flowers
on th. plaintiff attorney By Cathy Higginbotham Assisting in serving were Cynthia Prices begin Tfturs. July 28th,

within thirty ((30)) day after service of D.puty CI.rk Agin, Stephanie Agin and 'Alison w Tfiru 'Wkd frtigustZruf, At Our
this Summon I* complete, and In case of 7/21 aicho B/4 Ivey.
your failure to appear, ludgm.nt will betoken Control 0793 Stacey was presented with a fram: ke jaa / Sturkt c9' t1acclenny, ,t, _-

against you by ,d.fault lor the 'vr 'a, 'Locations Only
r.lI.f demanded In the complaint filed w,, wJ s?
herein: Trim Like A Pro [ I sI
Doted: July 19, 1988. it
TO THE DEFENDANTS BEULAH I LOf1ETAB G CLl) tit:AL TAYLOR

COOLBAUGH, HER HEIRS, DISTRIBUTEES ,....v..... f AfnAiyi,.
ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS IN INTERST. C/7l is C eQrsML'W11.M
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AND UNKNOWN TO ANY DEFENDANTS OTHER KNOWN NOT OTHER AND : "tr jSylao.C99 .''ISO".: i.MN 99l .rw Ts.sa. "wwl 71tte. I

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DISTRIBUTEES., ASSIGNS OR SUC Style!) I Iii a ,,r
CESSORS IN INTEREST TO RICHARD H.
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upon you by publication pursuant to an' Q99ire:1575 199 (AM 775 r' 459 ? 439
ord.r of the Honorable Charles B. Swart of hard work
wood a Justice of the" Supr.m.Court of
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York the 15th 26.2cc 2-fycle engine lycRR Innwyrc
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I Zoning' OK'd for: Car Lot" Greyhounds., r


by Buster Rahn Several months ago Hall sought RSF-rtH (Residential, Single
BCT Staff Writer and received reaming for 200 feet FamilyMobB.. Homes) to OR
In a regularly scheduled meet square In !the corner of 'the two (Open Rural) to accomodate the
Tuesday,,; July M, the roads, and bas displayed a few used breeding and raising! of greyhounds
County Zoning'Board moved with can on the lot. ,(dop).
alacrity to rezone two parcels that, Biddix said he retired from Luke said be plans only one or two
drew no opposition from neighbors military service,and Invested in the litter per year, "one on the ground
or the public. property for his son, who plan to, and one on the way," to supplement
l live adjacent to the sales lot and his income,
operate the business.
Harold Biddix... Board Member Medford Connelly '"The property Is already fenced,"
moved to approve the request and Luke said; with 7 adult and 9
Harold J" Biddix told the Zoning received unanimous support from greyhound puppies on hand. The 7 r" _
Board he has recently purchased the the other three members 'present, grown dogs will lOOn be gone.Luke Candidate Join the Fray...
Sidney Hall property,situated In the voting 40.Then told the Zoning Board.
corner of SR-100 and CR-235 (New were no objections from the When asked if he planned to raise From left Ed Wall, making his second bid for a teat Group 1 Councilman Biggs Is being chaOenged'IIy
River Road), and wishes to expandthe audience. pit bulls, Luke said, "Greyhounds' on the Starke Commission; Councilman Bobby Blggi, Belcher. Ed Wall and Julius Eunice are vying for the
used car lot to provide for the are trouble enough I don't need'anypit who has served 3 terms on the Starke City Council; Group 3 seat vacated In late 1187 by Jimmy Cro.br.
display of recreational vehicles, Willie Luke-., bull." Mayor Travis Woods, unopposed this time for his City qualifying Is open until noon Friday. July it.
boats etc. Biddix requested 2.8 Willie' Troy Luke requested the There was non opposition to the request Group S seaL.so far; Julius Eunice and Danny Belcher The Starke election Is let Tuesday. Sept. 13 a week
acres on SR-100 be reclassified from rezoning of 168 acres off NE 2nd St., are shown giving qualifying fee checks to City Clerk after the county primary.
OR (Open Rural) to CI (Commercial which runs between Laura Church The motion to approve the requestto Nell Tucker.
Industrial),to accomodate the Road (NE 20th Ave.'and Marklee rezone by Connelly won,
,business. t..linlf Bond (NK: .:soth Ave from. unanimous support,with a 4-0 vote

14' Earn Straight-A's, at Middle ,SchoolFourteen I


I Commission Cuts Sheriff's Dept. of 820'Bradford Middle A-B Honor ,Roll.... Caren, Kevin Gordon.Amle GrifQs'
School students, ,or 1.71 percent of Amanda Harris, Holly Hatcher'
From page 1A .-.\ the ,student body earned ,The 63 students who earned places ,Justin Kendrick Stephen McLeod,
,itraight-A's for,the sixth six-weeks on the A-B honor,roll are, by grade:: Jennifer Magyar! Shawna
,aging equipment in the County Road Commissioners reduced Bradford County Commissioners approveda grading period which ended June 3. Mansfield, Christy Milton, Larry
Department. Graders are 25 years County's Association for Retarded 5 percent across-the-board Eighth Grade... StephanieAgin Shannon Kishanna Spooner.Caryn
old, and "dollaring the county to Citizens(ARC)request from$22,000 for county employees which'will Another 63 BMS students, or 7.69 Kenneth Carlton Mark Taylor,Jam Thornton.
death," Mosley said, "with tractors .cash and $8,000 in-kind services to 'cost $60,000-$70,000 next year. percent of the student body, earned Crawford, Janice Davie, Shannon
and other equipment getting older $13,000 cash and $4,000 in-kind ser' Mosley asks,"What makes county' all A's and B's for a place on the A-B EUoitt Erick Jackson Lanorrls' '
each passing month." vices. In-kind services include employees think they should receive, honor/ ,roll. Jackson, Billy Kyle Jennifer Sixth Grade... Brittany,Bula,
f The motion to eliminate the additional maintenance of vehicles in county 'a 5 percent increase every year?' Lester, Kesiah Manning Michael Misty Crawford, Eric Cruger, ChadDeese
position from the Sheriffs ,shops,fill dirt, grading etc., Where will it ever end", The straight-A students are; McKinney Rebecca Phillips, Brandy Estella Denton Eric Don-
budget was made by Norman Commissioners face a. $1.4 million Ross,.''Tabitha Rowe,' Melissa nerstag, Sally Coins Lawrence,
seconded by Commissioner Maxie Bob Larimer,'general manager of shortfall, and,were to meet again Salmon Kelley Stewart April Hankerson. Heather .Hersey.
Carter, Jr. Mosley, with the swing Sunshine Industries a subsidiary of Wednesday evening,July 27, to Took 'Eighth Grade... Taylor, Chris Thompson. Madonna Jeremy Hildebrand?Carmen
vote,supported the motion. ARC, told commissioners in last for other areas in which reductionscan Deana Holiday, daughter of Mr, Tyler, Brenda Williams, Richard Holland, Stacy Johnson Liz Lane,
Commissioners Joe'' Riddick and week's hearing, that$26,000 must be be made Clerk Gib Brown has and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke. Wolf, Kevin Woodard. Justin Lee, Jennifer Magyar, Greg
,Wilbur Waters voted against the motion raised locally in order for ARC to assured the commissioners that Jeff Johns son of ,Vickie and Marshall, Lamont Mosley, Candle
Qualify for the amount needed in title there will be a cash carry-over, Robert Clemons of Starke. 'Seventh Grade,. Anglea Norman Emily Nugent,;Amy Par-'
There are currently eight deputies 20 grant funds. The funding of reducing the difference between anticipated Byron Lee, son of Mr.,and Mrs Baldree, Bradley Ball, Shena rish Pam Patterson, Lee Ann
in the Sheriffs Department The $13,000 represents 50 percent of the revenues and budget requests Robert Lee of Starke. Burgess, ,Jason Canova,' Ethan Raulerson} : ,Wendy, Thornton.
new position was'requested. to workon amount needed. but the amount cannot be Jane Stanwix-Hay, daughter\
illegal drug activity.; In the current fiscal year. ARC determined at this time. Mr and Mrs. Ray Stanwix-Hay of
was funded $10,000 in cash and The new fiscal. year begins October Hampton Lake
ARC Cut Also... in-kind
$6,000 services. 1.

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Carl Hurst QualifiesTo Seventh Emily Bradford Grade., daughter.* of Mr. ,to the voters in .

and Mrs. Tim Bradford of Starke. '
Eric Mason, son of Mr and Mrs. ,B DfOp. COIUSCHOOL {gy
Run for Tax: Collector, William Mason of Graham. ,
of Mrs.
Heather Safer daughter BowDIST
In announcing for'the office of Tax election year. I neither own nor live'' Gina Safer-of Starke and Sheldon.
of Brad- Safer of Starke., 3
Collector 1 made the decision to in another residence outside :
seek this office at the ford _
encouragement
public affiliation
and persuasion of many' My' office has To he People of\DradfordCounty:
voterts of our county. It is the con- been serving the citizens of Starke'
on the City Council and Municipal' Sixth Grade...
sensus of opinion that an elective of-
fice should be maintained by competent -' Judge for thirteen years. Jim Autry, son of Mr.. and Mrs, I appreciate the,opportunity"to serve another,4'
knowledgable and courteous The many years of,owning and' Robert Autry t | years' on the Bradford County School! Board.. I .
personnel. I assure you, the voters operating my business successfully i Crystal Greer,, daughter'ot'Mr.and .
forwardto
look
and citizens of our county, you will tells you, the poeple, that I am well' Mrs. William Greer of Starke. have ,enjoyed,the last 3 years, and
be pleased with the service given qualified to take care of 'your Bethany Lee,daughter of Mr.,and. meeting the challenges of a changing
when I Tax Collector monies and business.It Mrs, Ricky Lee of Starke '
am : before welcome
you your educational system. As ;
is my intention to visit with eachof Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr. ,
I am legally qualified to seek the you prior to September 6, and,' and Mrs.. Michaes Newsome ,of speaking to'each and every one of you
office of Tax Collector. 1 own my hopefully,you will,in the meantime, Starke. regarding schools and their policies. Please'
home on Santa Fe' Lake, Bradford say a kind and encouraging word to Hetal Patel l, daughter of Mr: and '
County, and homestead this home ;your friend and neighbor about Carl" ;:Mrs. Kanobhai Patel of Starke. I don't hesitate Jo contact me,,
..._ --.. continuously and not just during Hurst., Smita Patel,'daughter of Suresh
and Jashu Patel of Starke. .
"uH ,.;
I q..n.n.art Hurst Amy Rankin daughter of Ms. I Sincerely. '
inounoi for To*Collector Seeks Patricia Rankin of Starke. Leonard Schlofman PD. POL.AD.
Ralph, Bryan,

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'Dist. 3 Commission SeatLocal '.

_"' '' .. RE ELECT & 'KEEP
realtor Ralph Bryan an- issues likely to be facing the countyin I ''
nounced and qualified Monday,July the next four years and would like n. t !
18, for the District 3 seat on the to have a part in decisions to be ESTHER S.
Bradford County Commission. made.He feels that there is going to
be more pressure to raise county It:
:)rfflI' Bryan,56,a Democrat and a Brad taxes through ad valorem increases ,, :
ford native, served two terms on the and special assessments. He pointsto n''
....1' commission from 1969 through 1976. his previous record in resisting in-
Bryan is retired from the DuPont creased taxes and the leadership he
Company where he was a supervisor provided in planning the county
in employee relations.After 30 years budgets during his eight years in of- Taz.CollecHALLtor'Bradford,' County
with DuPont, Bryan took early ,/* \
retirement in 1985 to enter the real fice.Bryan named his wife, the former o ..1 '
estate business.. He is presently Harriet Powell, as ,his campaign ,r 8 :Years Experience ass ,
owner/operator of Ralph Bryan treasurer..Mrs. Brydn is employedat Tax Collector
Realty In Starker;' Fleet Finance Company in 4
Bryan stated he is running Starke.The couple resides on SR230east ,,. A Certified Florida Collector
because of a deep concern about the of Starke.Because? i ,!A' Working Tax Collector

'e I Solicit Your;
4s.. : Strongly ,

Ralph Bryan Rescheduled of ,Rain ,Continued Support

Sk> DI...3 Commission Soot
Free Thank you. ,

Hotdogs &: Cokes, 1 ,Esther,S. Hall I
More... & pd-l L t*.
July 30th7OO8OOpm .

Tower, ,
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from page 3A Riding' I ''VOTE Sept. 6 :'forI(4:

,from the site, 'said "I beg to ClubSOlNorthFalrground' .' '/' ( \. r
disagree that it affect my TV 'd.,'
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reception." : HAROLDDAVIS 'l'. '
Bryan asked the board to disallow t
By .
Sponsored "
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information
.the request, based on the '-
Sheriff Dolph Reddish,
"by Battles and me .
Dean Traylor suggested the coon: Come and watch < s '
ty may pave the grade in years to Exciting Barrel Racing '
20-30 from now '
come, maybe yean '
and wondered if the antenna will Inf. 9647871Bruce ,
then Interfere with the road right-of-, ---
way. He was assured the antenna
will not affect the paving of the road '
two or three decades from now. I ;Pollock M.D.
The five opponents did not deviate' ; Clerk of the Circuit Court
from their original positions,and at-i
tempted to continue the,discussions, 'Board Certified Family Physician :
after the vote was taken.

the Mark Board Hardenbrook Of Adjustment chairman, kept the of General'pediatric Bradford County te growing.,It's needs are changing. Sandwiched as we

discussion close to the Issue and ad- between two major Florida cities which are growing by leaps and bounds
vised'everyone to steer clear of are will greatly benefit Bradford
&Adult'Medicine inevitable: Many of these changes
peripheral items, over which theboard changes are
has no control. He allowed the County... '
dissident to thoroughly discuss all 'To with these growing strides we need a competent qualifiediridividua
aspects of the antenna Installation, l5i Hours by j keep in pace oUr Clerk's office; someone who has his fingers on the community
but would not allow them to address
the board while members, of the Appointment J pulse,'as the clerk is the chief financial officer for,the county. Duties of

board discussed the Issues among 1 the Clerk's office have increased considerably over the past several year .

themselves. thelpeclal Shield 'Financial planning, investing and technical, computerized advancement are
Robert Scott moved to approve Blue Cross & Blue '
exception, and the motion ''more important now than ever. ,
carried 10.J"ennis. PPC Physician Harold Davis is well-qualified and has the winning personality to meet

His management training will enable him to run our
Instruction f' these growing; changes. '
behind Clerk's office in a competent friendly and efficient manner.
Storks or Keystone Office located
and development.
aid in community growth
to
Private Lessons OR Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Center' Elect Do HAROLD your: part DAVIS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT on Sept. 6.,
hour i
$10 per 496- 92Evenlng'Be
Phone (904)
team with a Friend I. HAROLD DAVIS WANTS TO BE YOUR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTDem.
$5 each.
Can For Mark at' Saturday Hours Available Pd Pol.Adv. Sandra M Pavl*.Campaign i iI Tr>...

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I Eight Races 'Set I IFre.


pate 1 A Ray Norman, executive vice-' vacant position with Duncan winn- since three people have qualified to mission seat. In 1980 and '1984 the democratic Incumbent"for Uw
president of the Community State ing, 2,259 to 2.066.Superintendent. run for It.District. Lawrence Griffis contested for the position.
la'1970; Republican Incumbent In- Bank, has qualified for the office. Duncan, In office 1 has a black majority,encompassing -. seat but was beaten both ears.
man'Green' ran against winner of the Beginning this week Norman began for four year now,has qualified for the area east of the This election will see Carter facing School Board... '
Democratic primary Gib Brown campaigning fulltlme for,the posi .re-election. railroad in Lawtey, and the NE two opponents for his seat on the Two school board seats are up for
and lost Green had been appointedby David Smith, Ag teacher at Vo- quadrant of Starke, including Reno .commission. 'election this year, but only one has
Republican Governor Claude tion.Dewayne Elder currently has ual1fled for the Voters In the District will select! Ralph Bryan, now retired 'from drawn opposition.
Kirk to ill the Clerk of the Circuit employed in the mobile home in- Superintendent poelton, also. from three candidates, two black DuPont Mining, and currently' i 1
Court office in late,1969, upon the .dustry, U making his first bid for an and one white, to represent.them In operating a realty firm, will provide District Three.?
death of veteran? office holder elective office. Elder is a graduateof Krv mission Seats... county affairs. opposition for the commission seat. District ;3 'Incumbent Dr. Len
Charles Darby; < BHS, but has worked outside Three seats on the county commission Roes Chandler, endorsed by the Lawrence Griffis who has takenon Schlofman, did not draw an opponent
In 1984 Ben Holtzendorf, chairman Bradford County .in the intervening. are expiring this year and up NAACP, has qualified for the race. Carter in the last two elections, this year, and ,will. be
of the Bradford County years.; for grabs Eight candidates, one of Mitchell Brown who ran against will try again.District automatically re-elected to a four
Republican Executive ,Committee which is a Republican, have thrown Mosley in 1984, will try again this year term of office.
qualified and ran against Wilbur Property Appraiser.*, their hats in,the .ring for the three year. Mosley took the '8s4 election Five...
Waters. Holtzendorf will attempt to Property Appraiser Jimmy ''positions. 2,512 to 1,810.Herman Incumbent Wilbur 'Waters first District four...
unseat Waters again thia year. Alvarez won election in 1976, Brown has qualified for ran for the seat-In 1980, losing to Two candidates have qualified for -
MUner will District One.. the office. He is currently employedby '
Republican Bobby unseating veteran office holder Homer Hart In a second primary. In' the District 4 school board position.
take on the winner of the Gene Long. Alvarez was unopposedin Incumbent and Commission IBM working' out of. theGainesville 1984, Waters reversed the election, Incumbent Rodney Hall sat out the
Democratic primary In the sheriff, 1980 and 1986. His good fortune Chairman Lawrence Mosley has office. winning over Hart 1.552 to 1,396 in a 197S election, but has more than 20
race, making two local races In the continues since he will succeed decided to step down after eight second primary, and closing out Ben year service as a member of the
general election. himself for another term,without an yean in office, during which time District Three... Holtzendorf (R) in the general elec- school board. Hall said he wants to
District 3;covering the east side of tion, 3,801 to 2,351.
Sheriff Race. opponent. the county went from county-wide serve one more 4 year term, the end
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elections to district-wide voting Starke and the county has been This year, Waters has not drawn of which will coincide with other
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who succeeded Tax Collector,.. Mosley says he no longer has time, represented by Maxie tarter, Jr., opposition in the primaries, but will retirement plans. .
his father, the late Sheriff Former Tax Collector J.R. Kelly'' 'to serve on the commission becauseof since his election in 1976. In that face Holtzendorf again in ,the James E. Watson, whose wife,
P.D. Reddish, at the beginning of the 'was a fixture In the Bradford County his business interests. The vacant election,Carter beat both incumbent general election. Joan. ls a teacher at'Brooker
1973 term, has served 4 terms In office. Courthouse, until his retirement, seat will not lack for candidates. Ralph Bryan and Charles McKinney Ben Holtzendorf (R) is 'active In Elementary, has also qualified for
In 1972, Reddish was one of 5 January 1, 1981. In the 1980 election, in the first primary,to take the com. 'local politics,.and will.again contest, the District 4 seat.
Candidates vying for the job, winning Esther Hall! veteran employee of .
2,122 votes in the first primary the office;whipped three opponents,
He moved into the second primary to win election in the first primary,' -
with Tom Crawford, and won the Hall was unopposed in the 1984 election "
election 2,535 to 2,339. Reddish has but has drawn opposition this KEEPRODNEY \
been unopposed in the last three, year.Carl. ,' ,
elections Hurst, longtime service stagy
This year Reddish has drawn two tion operator and former mayor of '
Democrats and' one Republican opV i Starke,has qualified for the Tax Col-,
ponents. \ lector's office. Hurst ran in 1980. HALLWORKING
.Glenn Moore (D) is a former deputy -
seeking the office.Moore resigned Elections Supervisor.*
from the sheriff's office earlier In 1963, Neva Flynn was appointedto
this year;when he announced for the the position of Supervisor of Elections -,
position.Kenneth I until the general election of FOR ,
Etheridge (D'a) long- 1964.:',In the 1964 election, Flynn won YOU
time Florida Highway Patrolman.has : the election over Clara T. Hazen by
cast his hat into the ring for the 221 votes, and was re-elected for the
'sheriffs office. Etheridge has been next three terms without opposition.In BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE MOVING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE
assigned Bradford' County for 1980, Flynn blanketed Sandra S:
'several years. Norman, 3,470 votes to 1,577.'Flynn' Student test scores are up Facilities are in good shape
will face the
Bobby Milner (R) has not been challenged since; and
winner general of election.the primaries MUner resigned in' the will not have an opponent this year. Taxes are not excessive Employee and Student morale is good '

from the Florida Department of Law School Superintendent...

,enforcement Clerk( of Court.to run for.. sheriff. position The' Superintendent draws opposition of Schools almost., A dedicated, experienced manager on your School Board does make. difference. : :

every election, 1960 and 1968 beingexceptions.3
Veteran Clerk of the Circuit Court Superintendent Tom '
:Gih Brown, retiring at the end of Casey retired: January 1,1985. In the Rodney' : ;HallSchool .
:this term1' after 18 years in office. In' 1984 election, Jim Duncan and VOTE sg .

after 1970,1 Brown tee' death won of a two veteran year office-term, Charles,Francis squared-off for the, l J ,Ear ,;Board," District "4' paid. Political' Advertisement d

holder Charles Darby.Darby died in
October, 1969 and Inman Green was
appointed for the interim, until the
'general election in November, 1970.
Brown received 2,404 votes to.
Green's 1,426,,to win the election.. w l:1 l-
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either the 1976 or 1980 elections, but '
drew Harold Davis as an opponent In ;,, :',>'::: :
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Davis' 2,033, to win the election.' '. :
Davis, ,currently employed by
Stockton, Whatley Davin and Co.; a
large mortgage banker in NE;
Florida;will try for the office again;
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things ''as a new police> car, new
dumpsters two' new trash trucks,
and bunker gear tor the Fire Depart-1' ,
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Funds are also In the budget for' H
'the 'street paving work under way :
and providing sewer service to the
Industrial Park. The city is 85 percent ''
complete on providing sewer.
service for the first two buildings in
the .industrial park, says Public'
,Works. Director Merrill Dees.
Work is also proceeding on a $2.8
million bond issue to improve and
extend the water system to the southof
town new development, and to in-, .
crease I the, capacity of the sewer
'plant.:,The money was borrowed this,
past i year and the city has three
years to complete the work..
The: .street paving project'is not'under
the bond issue, put is coming
'out of the city coffers. .
'The city Is allowed to transfer out
,half of the suplus in the renewal and'
replacement budget; required to be
kept'under bond covenants.' Clerk
t Tucker suggests using that $300,000to
: repair, diesel tanks,'' $8,000;
repair the i retaining area at the
power plant, $10,000; two buildings,
a gas building and a line shack,
$23,000; transformer for the Electric
Department, $30,000; note
payments, $96,000;; replacement of .
aerators, $12,000; new terminals for, ::;....
computer, $4,000; software for cash
receipt'' system, $5,000; new'' cash
register and check writer, $5,000;
small truck for Meter Department
$7,000; 'Water Department truck,
$10,000, and car for Merrill Dees, t In the competitive\ ?,world of directsates! : you:( make it or hreak'it uP| <)I1' your) ;ihility
of
$7,500, plus repair sewer system,
power plant engine repairs, meter .to ('communicate in ;I,tinid)';\'tty I :' If you, miss the order, vou, kiss'the;.sale gotxlbye) : ;

repairs$82,500., wire- and .power poles' 'Though nothing heats the t face-t-face sales I e iII, it:s'not aKvays'pr.ictieal.illiu't's( ) :'

fence Mayor'around Woods the pointed old out school that bus the ,' .it': : : 'i. .,,Ii",; why: telephone plays such a critical role today. tt's.i fim
barn, which the city now owns saidther '., ;:;>{:' .' .:. ':')1\-::\: .:;. that; is becoming more and more indispensable to silks operations. "

needs Is replacing.money for Clerk that.Tucker : ,;' <:k ..:: .- ; ..';:-' ',: '" ,.' For tliis and many other .communities t throughout the Southeast, AU.TEL: provides ,

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I Starke's All-Star Team Places 4thThe


Dixie Major AD-SUri, sponsored "Jimmy Brown's Grandma home run.TThe Starke All-Stars left
by the Starke, Recreation Brown." At 89 years young! Grandma runners on base every Inning.
Department, came la fourth out of a Brown didn't miss a single Inn- Chris Wise and Steve Lewis led
field of eight baseball teams In the ing, Coach Lewis points out, Starke in hitting, going 2-for-3.
District Tournament In Lake City '
this past week. Starke 5 G. West 4 G.Nat'l.'.. Stark 4
"Starke should be proud of their Gainesville West held the Starke Gainesville National opened up
Dixie Major All-Stars.I""says Coach All-Stars for four Innings but with five runs in the first Inning and
Jim Lewis. The Starke nine over- couldn't keep them down in the second 'never looked back, eliminating the
came odds to defeat some of the better game. Starke nine from the tournament
teams from Gainesville but went With the score :3-0, the Starke All- Bryan Scott accounted for two Of
down In defeat to the teams who Stars scored five runs In the bottom Starke's four hits. Other hitters were
eventually finished first and second, of the fifth to go up 5-3. Gainesville Joe Crawford and Josh McClellan.
the coach said. made a comback attempt but fell
The Starke All-Stars ''won their short when Josh McClellan struck
first game 14-7 over the Gainesville out K. Best for the third out,leaving Santa Fe Tourney..
Bronco The Starke All-Stars edged the tieing run on,third base. The Starke All-Stars won the San-
5-4 by Gainesville in the second ta Fe Babe' 4
Ruth Invitational'defeating
game. In the third game Lake City -JVlty 4 Starke 0 a tough, well-disciplined Y ......
shut out Starke 4-0, and Gainesvillethen Lake City came out on top 4-0, but Leesburg AllStars.In .
came to blow by the Starke nine left knowing they had been, in a bat the rain-plagued tournament In 4
14-4 to put Starke out of the double tle, says Coachb Lewis. Alachua over the weekend. Starke
elimination tournament. Chris Wise, going the distance had to defeat the stubborn Leesburg ., w
The team and and coaches are limited Lake City to three hits. But team two times to claim the cham-
proud of the many fans making the 'Starke failed to put its six hits pionship trophy. \
trips to Lake City in support of the ,together to get any runs. across the Top hitters for the tournament ) ,ars
boys, says Coach Lewis. The coach plate. v.riw
were Sean Davis 3-for-S; Bryan ,
wanted to especially thank thematrlach Lake City scored three runs in the Scott, 4forSteve; Lewis, 2-for-S ?
_..of .Lawtev baseball! third inning off two base hits and a and Josh McClellan 3-for-8
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Member of Starke's Dixie Major All-Star baseball Standing-.Jimmy Brown Coach ''Robert Norman '
team are (1-rl i' I Sean Davis. 'Bryan Scott Kyle Brown. Coach Jim
Cle lanUJooe Sidney Hall., Jason Norman,'Josh McLewl... Vlnnie Wise.'Coach Farelon ,
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Undwy Sheffield, Patty Footer,Jill Schlof....., and Macy Steven., ,'" ';I'The
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PlantsMany FORD

II i ii i 1988'angers

shallow rooted plants and
newly set plants suffer water stress
during hot summer days. Wilting Rangers
,followed by browning of leaf tips and NO MONEY 4
edges are signs d water stress in j
plants.Several. DOWN '
areas of the state have not $73OO
had adequate rainfall to supply the' ,
amounts of water needed by most
plants. Therefore watering has Less 6300'
been necessary during the past few Rebate ,
months.Proper watering is generally No Money
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The 'person who under waters
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the plant is supplied with sufficient I .
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light sprinkling only ,
and does little to quench the thirst of l'6'W m,-II..: t! 5 _/Caudle.V-8 Engine.Rack. 'Lugs.geyg
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When watering allow, the soil to !' I ::: :' Sale Priced at
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become wet to a depth of several _..__ After Rebat
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the moisture to penetrate Into the
soil area where roots can readily ab-
sorb it. NO MONEY DOWN NO MONEY DOWN
A soil wet to a depth of 6 to 8 inches f
I retains moisture for several days, 1988 Aerostar Wagon FestivaL Plus
while one wet only an Inch or so deep Cloth Captains Chairs Air Cond..

i t ''Is dry within a day.them So, for the good Privacy Class Rear Window Washer w- s ,.., 2 Door. Cloth Bucket Seats, ,
of
your plants give a thorough ,Wiper. RW Defrost., Auto.Trans..Speed 4-Speed. Air Conditioned
watering at least once a week during '
Control Tilt Wheel XL Trim
dry weather. "
,In contrast to those who under '' $6,432
$13flO4 :: '
,, water their plants,there are persons >
who water so often and heavily that.
they drown their plants. The symptoms
of too much water are the same
as for too little. Leaves turn brownat
the tips and edges, then brown all
over and drop from the plant.These
symptoms should be the same,since '83 Ford Range scan '86.For d'Escorteqy !.l984":
result from the causelittle 8-1O Blazer '" Bronco.I1I I
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water in the plant tissue., .2 Dr.. Blu*4-5p d. .
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too over little watering water?of The a plant answer resultIn is 'Only' .$3,995 Only $5 ,995 Only 4,99$' Only '* 6,695 .,'':Only "'599 .

that too much water in a soil causes
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When a soil is soggy wet all the time, : .

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Often gardeners recognize the
signs of lack of water caused by this
situation but instead of slacking up SUPER SAVINGS SALETERWILLEGAR

on watering, they add more."This
further aggravates the situation.
i and more often than not, the plant
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t'. The most famous horticulturist of 1 MOTORS
our time L.H. Bailey, once said '
"More plants} die from drowning
than from drought." This is tills 964-720O 47
true, but don't let either drought or 371-1096: 388-FORD 3-FORDis '
drowning kill your plants this sum- ,Starke .
mer. Thoroughly soak the soil at I'- Gainesville Jacksonville.. State Road 21.'
each watering and then allow the 209WMadisQn
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I This lace Team Is IloL.o ., ,Tanners winning marhlne after. the big;raceRerwburgpr *-. ,
Meet the racing team.that brought back the top prize In a big race In Lake this; team baa dune just that. : '. spends about 13 1S hour each week flne-t ning the powerplantwhich
Mark; Olin,Clenn ,,Chris hefty Investment both In of coat and time
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i\ )! :>'...f:111. :.',,::'., By Mark ,Friedlin' ,took first' place in the Unlimited The win was, Tanner's first,on a drivers'agree'with, the switch, which softer and more 'forgiving" in the barnstorming racers ,matched their
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"\; ;:(:',;::r\1".:!' -Starkc's BCT Oral Tanner has been in Lake City. t Lake City facility has recently. ,,con equipment like: tires!, to adapt. pavement' especially' .in,. the tracks, hard raceways and even onFloridaS ,
:,Tanner jumped out to an early lead? ,verted to.Although. "Some of /them have stayed with the ,turns, or" you can" skid out." beaches, where the crowd
'" :,' Lacing cars' for.more than IS years then,fought off the challenge of an the'Sturke, driver'has had dirt tracks like the one In, Ocala" Weekend racing las ,port 'that has was cleared for ,special weekend
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Club Wllhurchw': Mernbersep' =::r.a,1N Nrs frt.K Cron Eee:. lo Fhu.A.Aw........Inckidn. Chains. Hoot Credit,you checks won't be bounced back to people who 'know,you. We've been serving

abuser- r 1 Save $599S your friends or the utility company. You can ,Union and Bradford counties longer than 'any

lMrrDaws $ 189 95. $ 24 95 ,also avoid those expensive return check fees. other BankSavings and Loan or Credit Union.


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I Community Effort for Cancer Victim Tabatha' Matthews Proof People, Still CareTime I


U a-premium in today's The cookout held Friday to raise our society that is often talked abouton 'tion and serving,City Fish and Meat Maxville. and that Is not even men- take a peek into the areas surrounding ,
busy world Sometimes It seems that money for Tabitha was a good example news shows:people In large cities, ,Market and Roy'a Grocery of Starke tioning the people who bought the Bradford Clay and Union "
people are too busy to care about of this. Some of the people who walk by an Injured person lying in made donations which helped dinners at $3 per plate. Counties. ,We have them by the
others-Their vision seems limited to helped may have known the child or the street..a crime is committed on chase the chicken, Handy Way "A lot of people donated a lot of scores.
their immediate surroundings. the family, but not all did. ClarenceLee a busy thoroughfare and no one sees (Miller Enterprises) donated Items things," said Lee 1 who has over the 1
Seeming is not being however of Starke coordinated the effort anything... people drive by an accident and time, both Pepsi and Coca Cola past 10 years helped to coordinate, NOTICE
and this depressing view of the and reporU that everywhere he, because they don't want to get donated beverages, both Flowers cookouts,for other worthy causes, .
,world does not hold true in this area. went he found hands stretched out involved; it is good to hear about and Merits baking companies "I've always felt like God put people Did You Boll Your Property
This community, businessmen and, in friendship and hearts full of concern ,these efforts by friends and donated bread and the list of individuals here to do things like this Do You Receive Payment On A
private citizens alike,often put time, ,strangers alike to help someone, in who donated both time and Anyone who has been concernedwith Mortgage or Agreement for;, Deed?
effort and money Into projects "So many people helped with this need. money would fill this page, even the the way today's society seemsto Wouldn't You Rather Have A
whose sole purpose is to help people. cookout. he said, "You can't give Not just one concerned citizen,but land on which the cookout was held have become untroubled with the Lump Sum of Cash Now?
One recent event stands as an ex the credit to any one person. No one dozens of them stepped in to help and the barbecue pits on which the plight of those In need, anyone who Farnsworth Detail
ample of this willingness to help. person could have' ever done it simply because they were needed. food was cooked were donated for has failed in the search for the fabl- Call Fred for
Six-year old Tabitha Matthews, of alone" The Starke Kiwanis Club donated the purpose. Donations came in for ed Good Samaritan, is simply lookIng 1-800-545-4901
Starke is cancer victim. Anyone Insight of the apathy exhibited by time and effort to the food prepara the project from as far away as in the wrong places.Tell: them to Lim_Mt Bkr. Tnvmmcu, PL
who has had such a devasting illness
enter their family knows that fear
and concern for the health of a loved
one is only the financiaL
problems create by the WIN A TREE ONE 'DAY

tremendous medical expenses. CRUISE ea SEASCAPE

throughout Groups of this concerned area have seen people the ,1 TlorldB'.... ..*...fan-filled MW"MOttlflV BAHAMA one*.day crul .. One Stop Plus
Loo entry on dupuy ol soon product Entry Formi.(BO Shopping
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need and stepped in to help. I M court. ,Dn (On*form pot euMomw pw..a.l>0),
Although they are unable to cure this .i One trulse given away In each ,
illness by wishing it so,they are ableto participating store.
raise funds to help alleviate the
... financial burden which can only
magnify the problem. f
Concerned friends and acquaintances
have placed collection jars in' .L '
businesses throughout the.area. nj2-.I ixle
Friends and relatives are expectedto
help out in times of trouble, but
even strangers have taken time out
of their busy schedules to step in ana
help.
MarIetplaceMPRICES


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FERNANDINA. .."... ..BEACH..rrr .

State '
WE SE L 'ONLY 17 S CHOICE AGED BEEF

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'Meeting,: :' I The Best from Our Family


Bradford County 4-Hers ,Amy
(Tison of Raiford and Jeff Adams of to Yours: .
Starke are attending State 4-H .. .. (
Legislature in Tallahassee. .. _
The week-long conference is being W-D Brand beef is always expertly trimmed of'excess

held July 11-15 on the FSU campus bone and fat,before its, and sold. So '
) weighed
,and the State Capitol and will focuson : you get't
State government. Participants 6.--. more meat for'your'money. More, taste,'too. since.it's.
will take the roles of members of the, tJ. S. CHOICE .I naturally.. aged for tenderness and flavor. z
House of Representatives and Lob- --; 'V'- -

byists. .PRICES'GOODTHURS.WED.!
Amy will be serving as a legislator. ; .,' ,. W-D BRAND
on the Criminal Justice Committee., QUANTITY RIGHTS
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Jeff will be the chairman of the RESERVED- JULY 28-AUG. 3, 1988 t' x t 1 U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
.:, HICKORY SWEET SMOKED PORK c '
Cvrw..r
Florida Business Association Lobby .y Y
ing Committe. Both 4-Hers are SLICEDBACON I'r" SHOULDERPICNICS LI '
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returning for their second' year at LONDON
4-H Legislature. .
Purposes of the Fla, 4-H .
Legislature are; to help teenage 4-H \ -BROIL
members to learn, about state, J
government by participating actively ,, ". 771. ..,... ..' 1
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in, a model legislative session; .-- '." LB., ,
understand formal and information 0 U. 5. CHOICE '
government structure; gain communication HICKORY SWEET CENTER SLICE 1 9
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skills; listen to and BONELESSHAMS $1 99 SMOKEDHAM .L $

rights respect of varying others; become,viewpoints aware, and of BUTT HALF . . . $290. / .

societal issues and their potential : D (CUT FROM
T T-BON ,
LB.
solutions; apply moral and ethical 888 $127 $497 D. ;
valuing process to public policy-, .'. .". ..., ,La STEAKSREGULAR .,.. .,.. .. LI TOP ROUND)
making; and learn about career opportunities SHANK HALF or THICK SLICE
in government, SMOKEDHAM $117U W-D BRAND ,$139

.' ;,. .'.' BOLOGNA
Becker HonoredAt ', U .1. La _

SLICED FREE FARMSTEAD W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE W.D BRAND U.s. CHOICE .
BONELESS BEEFBONELESSTOP BEEF BONELESS TOP
RetirementSenior 4" SMOKEDHAMS
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Chief Leslie d. Becker was ; , > PORK CHOPS.. ROAST STEAK
honored Friday morning July 22, at ;
NAS Cecil Field with a retirement $' ; !'I
ceremony.' 971.ThIMLLTr]; ._ 337 \J_
I Chief Becker'' has completed 20 $217' $237
'years in the United States Navy. He LL LB. I L&
lg
,served several tours at NAS,Cecil '
:,(. S TO 11 LB. PKQ.
Field and was stationed on the aircraft t 'USDA INSPECTED .
USDA INSPECTED
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LEANGROUND
'carrier Saratoga during the : LEANCHOPPED

capture of the hijackers of the ,; DRUMSTICKS. i,, FRYER
Italian cruise liner Achille Lauro. : '
His last duty station was AIMD at < ;I LEGQUARTERS

'NAS During the Cecil Navy his Field career Achievement i Becker' .' received Medal, ::i{ j ; < iU2ND27.SiL20I'27

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twice; the Navy ,Unit Commendation 1 'LB. ,i C.'-.... l&
the Meritorious Unit Commen- l' >II ;; -.. LB. r
dation twice the Good Conduct
Medal five times, the Armed Forces
'Expenditionary Medal, the Vietnam F .
Service Medal,'. the Sea Service 9
Deployment Ribbon twice,'and the, .
Vietnam Campaign Medal. "I YOU'VE WORKED HARD TODAY..TONIGHT LET US TAKE OVER!
Over 60 co-workers and friends ofBecker RED or WHITE
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celebrated his retirement SPARERIB '
BAR-B-QUE DINNER ,
Saturday July 23, at'the Becker \ ,
h .\ "' 'SEEDLESS I
home in Lawtey with a cookout FAMILY PACK INCLUDES:;; C'
swimming volleyball, andhorseback .SLA80FRIBS 99
riding.' Becker's wife 'f;"" ':.: ; LB POTATO SALAD' $" O99'
Judy,is a mathematics instructor at to' J LB SLAW GRAPES
'Santa Fe'Community,College currently LB. '
J&
A LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD EACH I
pursuing her doctor's degree.
The couple has two children! 8 '.2 LAYE"S EXCEPT
CARROT AND HARVEST FRESH
daughter, Mickl and son Michael PINA, COLADA HARVEST FRESH
who both attend Bradford High DELI CHOICE CALIFORNIABROCCOLI

School. CAKESDESSERTSLICED ROAST BEEF (,,,,. PAPAYA

Hunter Safety : ORDER TD ? !"
6r$249'T <
",., .c 99
Course SetThe $499 EACH

Bradford County Community ,. EACH
Education Dept. is offering a coursein I FLORIDA FRESH 00_ ,

Hunting Safety from September ,<:. > FRESH BAKEDGARLIC DECORATED t NATURE LIMES p .., .. 1 w ,FOI $1 II
20-29( at the Bradford-Union Area : MAKES .
Vocational Technical Center. This : JUMBO ,
course will be free. k.p9 BREAD CUPCAKES ,THE PRODUCE, FLORIDA FRESH SSeP' <

: .' r-n--I t WINN-DIXIE AVOCADOS . EACH,
ShakespearePlays"S $ 19 I' 9 .. ,'. HARVEST FRESH
4. | SPAll( $2" MAKES THEDIFFERENCE SNOW $ 1Fresh 99PIItI
t LOAF ; PEAS I -
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"What You Will"do is plan to see
William I Shakespeare's comedy
"Twelfth Night" in the St.Augustine r
Amphitheatre, playing every tues-
day evening/ through August 23. U ratii utIJiI1.JiTLu1i:
This lively and colorful production
is:.under the direction of Patricia .
Crotty professor of Acting and '
Speech at Florida School of the ArtsIn '
Palatka. ..
"Twelfth Night", will play'' 'on
Tuesdays Instead of Cross and -,

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July 28,1988 TELEGRAPH,TIMES&MONITOR-B SECTION Pal SD

MORTGAGE ,., ,
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',I,,'; BANKERS, Local /;Race '\ Team Making...... Waves in: N.F.'" ,,1/:, ,, / ':," I

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Iron page 1B)

"' TMAs ciachallenge'\ races zooming down with driven arriving at the raceway "'Oral's\ real aggressive." says Tanner 'they picture a huge complex: like the -
the beach at water's edge in front of with families and friends on hand to. Team Mechanic: : Mike, Rena- Indianapolis 500 or the.Pirecracker: : '
thousands ,of people. provide vital back-up:! ,services. burger known as one of the best 400, or the many lock car races on
The sport faltered during the World' "Driving the car: is only haU-Mo, race engine technicians in the area' the NASCAR Circuit.
Harold K. Davis,.Loan Office War U years of 'the }940'*., then story" Tanner 'says. "You've and the main man in the pit at each "Up Cloie and Penontl"'would be
!4 SMMC or matron cauvuvyBancDoston '
blossomed again during the 1950's have's good 'mechanic: who r&allyknows race. 'Bui! he knows how to Control the best description of racing at the
Mortgage, Corporation and early 60's when the,crowds began your car and a good support jit, and that's the key to the whole local speedway on the weekends,
coming again ,to courses like crew: in the pit. ,It can: make a real thing. We can make the engine tunas where the crowd are involved in the',
LICENSED MORTGAGE: BROKER/INSURERS the old Lake City Speedway; now difference." well as possible, but it still -takes[ action from the start and can sit
817 NW 56th Terrace. Suite A,Gainesville,Florida 32607 the Gateway Speed Center, which In the meantime Tanner has been that driver,; to get the tar: out in front right tip front where the action is as
features races: in various classifications building his reputation as one of:, the and keep Itt there It was an exciting: 'the cars zoom, by at speeds in theitraightaway \
Office 375.2950 a Local Number'' 473-0266 of engine size ,,and perfor drivers to beat in area races: as his win' when you consider the quality Of of more than 150.
finishes' have''' and' of the race teams'in this MPH.
many
FUA mance. been higher area
VA, Conventional Home
Second
\ Mortgage a Mortgage The races are a real family affair. higher since the season 'began. When most people think of racin, Many fans think it is the most ;exciting -,
type of racing for the ipectator -
( as close: finishes and exciting
_. action'during the race are the norm.
The pit area located in' the center:
of the track il.a bustle of activity

Unbeatable Low Prices !I ai. mechanics and their support
Everyday teams scramble ready for:to'the gets"green their light"i machines (

.which signals\ the Hart of the race.
The competition at ,the' tart is intense
'
as the driv'ers'try to get that
quick start which can determine the

FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S WHARF 1 0000tI outcome During, hip of Tanner's the Ocala-based race,winning. competitor performance <

rr was,, "right on :his bumper" throughout -
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the\competition.
'fI\\\t.\i ) (;( ...1'any"mil' SATISFACTION' I I 'If, ,wal,very close,,* Tanner'said
G\.t.O\.1 ;) 41-SO. CO ; FRESH GENUINE with a smile "Our good start put us
... :+ p"acs FRESHHAYPORT FRESH RED SNAPPER ahead, then' 1 was able to keep that
R \I It9.ll' GUARANTEEDWE good" position 'until I crossed the'I I
SHRIMP GROUPER FILLETS FILLETSFJSHERMANS "
finish line. It wa* a great feeling. '

t' =Q&' W $ f 59 ARE WILL NOT'REPLACE PLEASED ANY WITH ITEM OR YOU BUS' Golfer

RETURN YOUR PURCHASE PRICE,
LB. i.B,' ARE NOT SATISFIED,
IF 'YOU Places
,. 3rd
<_....0 NEITHER ARE WEt!
';: '. IAJRF Salmon Stacks >. 5" Scallops .-. *,3" Stuffed Crabs .2.::- MOC
;", ; YT.J. In Tourney


X :{,,,:i, :;'I:':: YOU'LL FIND, THESE LOW PRICES EVERYDAY FROM THE. CHEESE'SHOP The Stetson Golf Tournament 'was,

1 held ' Junc" '187)9! ) and Bradford
DEEP SOUTH ITALIAN 0.1000 ISLAND HICKORY SMOKE ')MEATS PEPPER.'ONIONS''aMUSHROOMS '!:
INCLUDES HighScrioo!/ ''Senior, Mark Murray'
0 SALADDRESSING 11-, WISHBONE.HEINZ 100%PREPARED REAL CHEESE DAILY WITH' ipl lced'thir(1 auto\of" a', field 'of 'over;
', ;J DRESSING 'BBQ SAUCE' !f? CHEESE SHOP 2 O'tc.inlpc\iicj'n\ ;
:
''Jn the first ddy of play on the
4 -; DELUXE 12"PIZZA South Ridge:; Golf Course, where thetourney
: < ( was held. Mark fired. a four
79 I' I.16oi.BTL.. 89 e It at 79 \ <,>Jer pair for a '16,
", ', QT.' TL The, second day he played on. the
' ,' 2.650MILD siicond Course ..used in the
tournitmciil'-,.Glenn Abbey'''Golf
,: ,,:.". POWDERED HERSHEY PLAIN' or SELF-WISING 'Course.\, mark 'shot a 78 in his'
, ': :\ LILAC 'S CHOCOLATE -""" GOLD MEDAL ( fiiii'sning''round' 'for; ,a"; two-day, total'
' 'M'4'AA' DETERGENT' \ CHEDDAR $24'(91" .Pf, 144. ,
SYRUP FLOUR
\, ';",: ;;\ 'II' I I CHEESE .'.'."' :.:, la Mark wad) jus.10 strokes I behind r
', ,'I' : I \"I J Richard:, Ames,(h.{'';;who look the '
?M& > ( '
'" A,'*, ,,_ua've $ $ 07 I .. ;; *$ V tiIlcr's'trophy' \ ';with a ,total,of 144.

i ''"""Ii'; >/(' '"I.,'", 420E.BOX g 9 24oi.BTL. | nor aM'.1011a- Stl BAG.., 79 Ir' I "'

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f' t
I. .' 1 1""t' Alligator
, ..... ;w ICOAATO.fool" w PAK '
r DESIGNER FAMILY 'H

>, : '" VIVA SCOTTIES sconNAPKINS Lliful'' & ', SetBoard'
Y Hunt ,
TOWELS FACIAL TISSUE ,
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,:'.. rit'" Roll, $ ott$9C5. 4 '45' Ct$2'9' 'I' / f'j.r' "' by, ",


......... .. ---- 235'gator hunters will be allowedto
A WIDE I SELECTION harvest 3,433 alligators during a
ASSORTED or WHITE /TBETTY CROCKER ,
season Game
-.r--- limited Sept. 130the
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is, ifiSSllScQ1f .-" SCOTTTISSUE 'sXLA" SUDDENLYSALADS > fLOROA "' GENERAL MILLS OF NEW MOVIES and Fresh Water Fish Commission
LOTTERY determinled at a July 15 meeting in
\ L- < fr.w TICKETS CHEERIOS TO CHOOSE FROM. Ocala. ,
'- : t At WTNDNIniO i Quotas are established for each of
P ,'w. $ 49 'OTFICIAL'wlrw wsa TKYIR sTOaES.OUrtEr' ei skJr' the 28 game management'areas in
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'the' Individual management'unit

,;':-::7:,::- :<. 4PK.PKG. $189 1 S PKG.-oL 1 -'iJf:7--,--- ::' .;:..:., ,IS-oL BOX $242 FRESH'BLoOMS IN OURFLORAL .EVERYWHERE (for. Blue state.quotas Cypress range from Lake 15 in alligators Indian

quahdrant'of
,River County to 510 for a
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Lake Okeechobee. .
SHOPPEBrighten The"Commlssion will conduct a
COOL OFF WITH THESE REFRESHING SAVINGS random drawing in', late July to
your day'with' an assort: select approximately 235 par-,
UTE DRAFT or REGULAR ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES ment of fresh cut flowers, Ittsh'green' .ticipants for the harvest. Each par.'
CHEK plants' or gaily; decoratrrf floral' licipant.will.be' allowed to take no
-.CV MILLER PEPSI arrangement. more than 15 adult alligators, and if
BEER COLA DRINKS the quota for an individual manage-
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\ ment unit reached, the harvestwill
1L -i TR, A NJ S .
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0 r '" be terminated.
";. ,.. In other business; the Commission
l2PL. $538 88'2.LT1.68' qj ; 7Ijjf""FL.'ORA'L, approved season 'dates, non-toxic
4k
2Ui shot zones and bag limits for the tak-
_CANS BTIr, bi h Flowers/ dE'hueredworld / big of migratory, game birds. The
dates are subject to approval by the
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"f (IcIe" federal government and the season
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE may be shortened, at a later date due
to the drought which is affecting
breeding areas in the northern. U.S.'
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TABLETS SUPERBRAND PHARMACY and Canada.
BAYER ASTOR Commissioners also amended the
: LIGHT SPREAD I ORANGE JUICE FRIENDLY; bag limit for the early duck season.
ASPIRIN L to
Previously, hunters were allowed
PROFESSIONAL wood ducks, teal and one duckof
-- take

.l $ 7 $ ] 28 89 *:'SERVICE bag any hmit other of four.species The to amended reach a daily rule,

loan() 2 TuLB.I 12'otUN Service, with been. smile WINN-jiasalways deletes,teal from the legal-to-take
SIZE '('HII' DIXIE'S policy, SQ you category, The teal population' is
,. know you'll'find our lull dwindling due to the drought.
CAS M CARROTS. SUCCOTASH. CUT: OKRA, CUT: the
by'
EFFERDENT' $A 12 SUPERBRAND $ 00 GREEN BEANS, GREEN PEAT \I''lime registered( ,;phar- Another rule approved the
',. 2 dt I maclsls friendly help Commission prohibits possession
TABLETS SUPER UNSCENTED, UNSCENTED,' SIZE LEMONADE.FRUIT PUNCH Of VEGETABLES . ?1U .') t. you Stop In by any today way and possible Met! to! ducks or, coots 'in. non-toxic .shot

,REGULAR AQUA or S jAHOLD MINUTE MAID $ | 49 GREAT AMERICAN' I "f)'::;" In knowthen..wPha'm..t;,. ,-.he's n hl down.. zones.The five-member Game" Commission
99 a t' ?
HAIRSPRA1." .GRAPEADE.OI, 99 the street at your nearby also approved proposal allow
., CHILLY POPS .' lACK' "WINN DIXIE! ing Type I and Type II wildlife
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management area landowners to
KRAFT ttESTKUO

SHAVE CREAM ,. llu, 69TARTAR ,VELVEETA it . ., $$8 $349 FRENCH BREAD199 I / programs.participate in alligator management ,
PIZZA, ... . .'. IACH II Next Game Commission' meetingis ''f
TARTAR CONTROL SWIUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS r .
set Sept. 2 in Destin.Whining -
COLGATE .'. SUPERIUNDMOUTHWASH TM .
nr'

YOGURT ';; -- ICE MILK Tennis..


$248 3tr.$1001 ; : aIA $138 : Instruction Private,Lessons

: 32 OLBTL. NALf si I I"h'

... .. lii/ll./ Learn$10 per with Hour a Friend OR, '

For $5 each.


:' ':',,:'':;: The Quickest Checkout Community, State "SUPERMARKET' 473-4380 Call Mark or 964-6305 at

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TEIEGRAPILTZMES&MONITORBSECTION July 28,1988 .

Saving Water Makes* Sense... w '

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I .. Ways to Cope With the Great DroughtBy [ 4c'-'CJHA I


Mark Frlcdlln, .Cook. with lids on pots using the sweep off dirt and leaves, Use aerators on'Inside faucets and ..,
BCT Staff Writer least' amount of water possible, and Some other general suggestions 'use washers between .spigots and I Restaurant
The "great,drought," of 1988. which, 'run the dishwasher 'only when thereIs include fixing' leaking faucets by water hoses. Mandarin & ,Szechuan
has ,only recently been relieved here a ,full l lad/ When washing the replacing defective washers Finally, 'when building a new Cuisine
with, some' late afternoon thunderstorms dishes, adjust water levels to for the promptly, and install water Saving house.,: be lure to incorporate the 1POO.N Tampla Stark. Florida '32081 '
is affecting l local! residents size of the load. If you can't adjust shower heads. latest in water saving' features in the TO-RENA .'
in, 4 :variety of ways which include 'the water level. wash only when you Check toilets'in the house for leaks 'home 'to.get off to a'' good start. in MOTEL
For
lowered water levels in, area lakes have a full load. by 'putting a few drops of food water conservation. .reservation'or take .out..ordart .. call: 964-7661
and increased demand on water system These steps' inside,the, home alone coloring in the ,tank. If the color With: the explodingi' population
as local farmers and can save\ the average homeowner, up appears ''in the toilet without flushing growth in bur state continuing as it CLOSED
homeowners fight a battle; td irrigate, to ;35 percent off \their normal' usage ,,,you've got a leak. The flapperis has, someday, our de.cendents'.msy: ONMONDAY
their crops, gardens'and lawns.Flondians ,rates. usually the cause and should ,be thank us tomorrow for'' the gallons Tuesday Friday
;/ use art almost ,incredible Outside .in the garden and, on the replaced 'of water we save today. Lunch: 11 tfl 2:30 .
'total.of +.5 billion) gallons, of fresh lawn try to plant drought resistant p.rn. p.rn.
'water each day with over 800 mil* or plants ,native to Florida, which Dinner: 4:30 ti1 9:30
lion gallons or that water being use' less water than 'some tropical ,Back to School Speciall! Saturday; 4:30 tn 9:30
sprinkled on. lawns alone. varieties. Water in the mornings or '
\ the avoid Fall ,Into 'Fall Lunch Sunday: 1 Noon to 2:30
Adding ,to stress .or') the water lathe, evenings to evaporation ,
supply are the. more than t. OO new of water in the hot midday sun. 'With A Perm DInner 4:30 tuB
wells bcingf drilled in the state each, and put. 'plenty of mulch', around L J p.m.
day as ,the growth 'in population\ plants to hold in'' the moisture. Use ,, by Christine
cqming ,into. the Sunshine State time.controlled sprinklers' act for
continues unabated, early morning ,or evenings' for irri. $3O.OO
The!'situation here: ..in' North Florida gation and wh n-evel1' possible, 'use. I.. Reg.40.00 NOW ,
i is better, than that of residents"m thq drip irrigation systems instead of GCencfa's Shear
'southern portion of the state, where 1 conventional ,Sprinklers.On Design
salt water' intrusion on;: fjesh water driveways, sidewalks and'decks, 118S.' Thompson St. Starke .' 964-4151
wells has already,been ,.a problem in, use a broom instead of.a hose to ?
recent 'years, and 'i is 'now getting
:worse am} the flood of, 'new\ residents' 1
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decreased as well, because the lakes 3
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Tbl bone group ClI rtudenU from Bradford high School who vUltrd Weal. From left to right; :StieneUalllianw,!Mark William.;Mark JGDea.le
Germany on an exchange trip. (' Starling,Lori Mann,Ron ney HarrU Cl ela WachhoU.Viva RUey and '
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'964-4957 A group of seven Bradford High Iva Jean Harrell and i
School students and four chaperones Bobbie Sue O'Brian /
I ( \spent June,22 through July 12 in( group, Civic leader and '
Europe on a foreign exchange trip porter Guy ,Andrews
PAIN CONTROL This foreign exchange program the group for the first ten
Headaches T beganin 1981 when the first group of' trip, participating. in'all
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a three-week visit.,.The students London was the first stop
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INJURIES: came from Ville Gymnasium,a cols' trip. .During the' two
Low.Back& Leg lege preparatory high school in there, the group went on a ]; '
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DR W.I)AVID SI KES The purpose of the, BHS/Ville
DR.RICHARD C''.ULLEK Gymnasium exchange is to enhance''
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and at the pizza parlor. Charlie, the 'Plotz nae Memorial,, about this foreign exchange trip: ., ,''!;' ', '"
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noun of casual conversation were Berlin Wall were some of the places chance to go to Germany and experience tM >r ..
pent comparing and contrastingour which were seen and toured.A a different culture., Seeing kr'iL I I'I'
two different ways of life. day-long trip Into East Berlin how Communists live and operate
The first day of school was very ''really impressed the BHS group. makes me realize how thankful I am
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special for the Starke group. Ville Due to the fact that they were going to live In a Democracy. I liked how ,
Gymnasium's principal welcomedour into East Berlin with Germans, the the people treated us and how we all ",
student and chaperones with a BHS students were able to enter became such good friends."
cordial speech: and packets of information through {the underground Mark Williams "I want to go
about their school and com- Friedrichstrasse passport check station back. I loved It and the people were
munity, Lori Mann then presented instead of Checkpoint Charlie: great! *
Ville Gymnasium with a 1988 TOR- This unique experience allowed the Kevin Starling "The host family J iI
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NADO yearbook and Mr. Ronney students to see the problems that that I' stayed with was very ,
Harris presented the school with a West Germans face in passing the hospitable. They went out of their
Florida state flag which had flown border to visit their East German way to make my stay a pleasantone.
over the capitol building In relatives, separated from them by ."
Tallahassee the week before. Both the infamous wall. Viva Riley, "I totally enjoyed t' A TUNGt"sa
groups expressed the importance of Once in East Berlin,the group saw myself on the trip. The tours were tru
the exchange program and the the front side of the BrandenburgGate well organized and the sightseeingwas i- 1
positive effect it baa bad o /the two ,- toured the Pergamom great. I will never forget all the acs YJa L--
participating schools ana com- Museum and Berlin Cathedral and fun I had In Europe."
munities. Appreciation wa extned- had the opportunity to walk around Mark Jones r "I liked the discos: ,
ed to Mrs Gisela?Wachholz an the main streets of the city. In com- painting the Berlin Wall, and Lon
English( teacher at' Ville GymnaSium menting about this trip, Kevin Starling don. I would recommend it to
for founding the exchange said, "The trip to Berlin was, everyone!I" .
program and perpetuating it very unique.The city of West Berlin I ChrIsti Harrell: "I enjoyed ex-
throughout the years. is very alive while on the other hand, periencing all of the different 4q e
Several special tripe were organized the city of East Berlin Is very cultures throughout London Paris,
for the BHS students and their dismal. It must be a horrible feelingto Berlin and Erftstadt. I just hope the
German hosts. One days was spent know that you cannot cross the Exchange. Program can grow' '
going through the medieval castle wall that separates east from west through the coming years because it F *r'1 r: r ,. n co. nil! w '$,t;+f i
Burg Eltz, followed by a'bus tour The..west side of the Berlin Wall is helps the friendship bond grow between .
through the vineyards of the Ahr coverd with graffiti artwork and the U.S..and Germany/
Valley and the walled medieval town sympathetic sayings. One saying At the "
Gate.
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'. of Bad Muenster Eifel Another day that really stood out in my mind Preparations for this trip began Brandenburg ..
the group saw the mining exhibits ->f said. 'Weep pot, for ,one, but for almost a,year ago when students BUS KudenU visited ninny blrtoric sites on their trip to Germany Including the Brandenburg Gate located la rent
the Rhein-Braun Company and rode many." 'wanting! to go on the exchange trip of the Berlin Wall In We.t Germany.
into one of the world's largest open-1 Paintings by the Dutch Masters, began fund-raising projects to help From left to right Mark Jones, Mark William,Christi HarreU, Kevin Starling.Sbenekla William.Lori Mann Viva
pit lignite mines. It was most interesting : Rembrandt Rubens, and Van Dyck with the costs of the trip. Several Riley and Bouncy lUrrU -
to hear about how their and "Queen Nefertiti" highlighted hundred dollars were raised by each Jem Victoria,one of their many German friend. who have visited Bradford County through the itndent
had to work out the third day in Berlin with trips to student participating ,in the fund exchange
company rtand. the
program alongdde group while an unidentified German girl take a ,
Also photograph.
'agreements with complete towns to the DahJem Museum and Egyptian raisers. classes' in German
move them to new areas in order to 1 Museum.The last days in Berlin was ''language, history, and georgraphywere
dig a mine. The group was able to the 4th of July The Bradford High held to prepare the students for
see some of the newly built towns group went on a painting expeditionto the trip;
,and also some of the villages make their mark on the Berlin The Bradford High School Exchange
scheduled for demolishing and Wall. Christi! Harrell said that "it The
students
would like of Bradford
Group to thank
( ,rebuilding in coming years. was quite an honor to have the op- Dr. Wayne Whiffen for the many School will be hosting another High ex 11 "s .43 '-3- is.7. a III "
One of the high points of' the portunity to paint the Iron Curtain weeks of German language lessons change group from Ville ,Gymnasium ,." ," 'n ( m IL ja. -'.
group's stay in Germany was a four on our country's Independence Day. Representative Chance Irving for in the spring of 1989. If you
day trip to Berlin. During that time, That had to be"the most symbolic activity acquiring a Florida State Flag, the are interested in providing a home to I J -
f. the students and their German hosts we did. Shenekia Williams"comments BHS Annual Staff for donating a 1988 one of the German students, please -
>I ,had the opportunity to live in a youth indicate the affect this yearbook, and Susan Derkman at contact Bobbie Sue, 'O'Brian at
,hotel that was located one block trip had on the students i "The best Champion Travel for making the 864-7717.. ;
from where John'' F Kennedy gave:: part was painting the wall and going ,travel arrangements. ''t' FOR QUALITY'S SAKE
'his famous "Ich bin ein Berliner! into East Berlin. It was so different!' oil; ,
speech 20 years ago.The first day In Being in and seeing a Communist ,
west Berlin was spent touring the ci country makes me appreciate what CALL SAIK CONSTRUCTION
ty.The Olympic Stadium, the Berlin ,we have!" ')\ Need A Change?
Airlift Memorial the back of the The following student statements ,
Brandenburg.Gate,, Checkpoint help to summarize: their feelingsRon 'Let Mr/Tim '
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Man's, Body Found Traffic:: 'the stipulation he' report' to the due to mental disability and $1,300; who would violate the driver license Union .
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psychiatric ward at Baptist from an insurance company. He also laws of Florida
In Burning House William Levone Davis 37, of Hospital.He was charged with arson received $40,000 per year for six The Patrol has found these t checkpoints 'The Florida Highway: Patrol will
Mcintosh was arrested in Ocala on a July 13 after his $%50,000 home on years and $14,000 per year for life_ to be an effective means of enforcing be conducting driver license, and
The body of a man was found In a capals charging driving under influence -, SR-18 east burned to the ground in .which is administered by his father. the. equipment and driver vehicle inspection checkpoints during
burning structure In the Reno area (DUI), driving while license the early hours. $50,000 to$10,000 share of tax shelter'in license laws of Florida while Insur the week of July 29 through Aug.
last Friday night. suspended (DWLS), according to Safer, morning a. been under a condominum also was listed as ing the protection of all motorists. 4 on SR-100 SR-121 SR-231,SR-241, ,
The house on North Oak Street Deputy Roman Alvarez. Bond was 'physchiatric treatment with Dry income. SR-238. \ -
was fully envolved at 9:37: p.m. when set at $1,500 he was released on his, Stamn in Jacksonville, was diagnosed S
firefighters 'arrived according to own recognizance. as manic depressive in 1984,when FlIP Troopers I'
Chief Dwayne Hardee. Firefighters he had a breakdown supposedly due '
'first thought the house was vacant Alynn Alexander Brlmm Jr:, 31, to business failure. Safer was said to Continue License ,l ll lr
until a neighbor told them they had Jacksonville was arrested July 22 have been in the garment business in :
seen a man going in and out of the for DWLS, according to Lt. Winston New York according to law enforce-' Vehicle Inspections
house Within ten minutes the fire Barber He was released after a $210 ment officers after an Interview with Offer
was knocked down and a search'was' surety bond was posted. Safer's former wife Gina. The Florida' Highway Patrol will Double
made and the body was found. The recent divorce settlement be conducting driver license and
James Tabron 48, has been tentatively Tony' Lee Gooderham, 17. stipulated the furniture would be the vehicle inspection checkpoints during
identified as the victim,said Keystone Heights was arrested July wife's and it had been removed form the week of July 2' through Aug.
Hardee.. Postitive identification and 22 for DUI according to Deputy the home prior to the fire. The house 4 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230 SR-18
>cause of death is pending autopsy Barry King. Gooderham's blood would then be sold at auction accor' SR-16 CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B
results according .to Lt. John alcohol content was .17 percent. He ding to the court records. CR-225 CR-125, CR-229 CR-23U
Hodges: was released after a $362.50 surety Safer's treatment Is at his own expense CR-227, CR-221 CR-230 and CR100Ain
Firefighters responding were bond was posted. and he must remain Bradford County.Recognizing \
Jerry Waters. Jimmy Davis, hospitalized unless his doctor and or the danger presentedto
Hardee Tom Rowe Jeff Harpe, Rex Michael Andrew McIntosh of the judge removes him from that the public by defective vehicle,
Siemer. Volunteers' were Dale Starke was arrested July 23 for DUI,, c.re. at such time the state attorneywill equipment, Troopers will concen-
Tucker Keith Milliard Danny according to Patrolman Susan file charges depending on the trate their efforts on vehicles being .
Parker. WUkerson. Mclntosh's blood alcohol doctor's evaluation according to In- operated with defects such as bad
content was .27 percent. He was vestigator Wiley Clark. brakes l, worn tires' and defective '.' l
SPD Arrest Man released after a $362.50 surety bond' Safer's income Is derived from, lighting equipment. In addition at- .
For Burglary ,was posted. $850 per month from Social Security tention will be directed to-drivers "

A 30-year-old man with a Lamar Ardley "of Okeechobee was ." .
Gainesville address was arrested by arrested July 23 for DWLS (failureto
Starke Police for burglary and pay fine) according to PatrolmanK. JARVIS
possession of drug paraphernalia, H. Hinds, Jr. He was released
according to Lt: John Hodges: after,a $210 surety bond was posted. r--Free--T--- flee
Rickie Robert Tyson who is staying FENCE & ALUMINUMChain '
on Lake St. in Starke was also Keith'Leroy Jones, 28, of Starke'was : ,
charged July 24 by InvestigatorDavid arrested July 24 for DWLS according Link Wood & Farm Fence
Aderholt with burglary and to Patrolman Gordon Smith. Gift.
grand theft. Tyson allegedly took a Bond was set at $210 he was released KeystoneHeights. ,100 West I Makeup 'I dt 1 1I
mitre saw, aluminum windows and on his own recognizance.
,
transmissions from the property of -
George Holiday: Ronald Edmond Harvill ,42, was Screen Rooms I 1 ... 1 1I
Total bond on the charges was set arrested July 20 for no tag, DWLS Lesson.
at cash only. Tyson remainsin according to Department of
$4,000 Car Ports ,
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the custody of the county jail. Transportation' Officer Vicki : ( I ,I four ( ) ,with any I II IVI

Recent ArrestsIn Thomas.bonds totalling He was$310.75 released were after posted.cash J Mobile ''HomeSkirting I \ have a great wcW Mr for your I I' fililrte Norman'trrchase, o f$iL$0, I ,

Bradford CountyThe fic I eye* cheeks lips and nark I more. Ttte Beauty;in You giftAcaring4ndacchmpliJted I "
Includes skin-softeningAloisture;., "
following arrests were made'' Man Charged select I Emulsion/ naturally sheer Liquid< I II II
in Bradford County by' local '. Oyers I beauty advisor will help yQu/ (
Home Roof
WlthTorchlng .
authorities. I 'the colors which are perfect/for\vuf' I Makeup CreamyFla-matic'Aluitj/ ,", I
Remains Hopitalized Awnings skin, hair and the /lift! you AW" cars arid' Satin Cinnamon Lipstick. I II II
Michele Lynn Kirchalne was ar' I Jt's simple:" fun. It's' pour Q\IIfI' I Limited time Ont One per customer,
rested July 22 for retail theft accor- A 41-year-old Starke man charged true. I ,Bring this ad in tojredeem yourgrfr., I II II
'ding to Patrolman Danny' Thrift. 'with destroying his home remains in SATISFACTION I fait,cptne
Two girls were seen by the store' the secure custody of a Jacksonville ,' OTJARANTEEE I mERLE'' noRmAn; STUDIO' .' I '
manager placing clothing in their hospital. .
hand bags. Kirchaine was released Sheldon Ira' Safe1"' was released I'
'after a $210 surety bond was posted. from jail under a $15,000 bond.with 473.-767.6 : 118 South Thompson, ._ :I'

'II Starke '964-7355! IJ j jor

Land Sales.. ; .\: __ .- _

From page lOB '
R22E:$1,900. ,
L. J. Kite .Jr.: 'to 'James A., Marylynn Wilkerson Paul J.
Newman, $ acres in SWV of section 'and Beverly J. Creighton 10 acres in '
12, rTS,'R21E, 20000. lots 35 and 36 of Woodlawn in section FALL, 198'8' CALENDAR' .
Kenneth B. and Joan Saklak Platt : .
15, T5S R22E. 20000.
,I' to John S. and Florence W. Daniel Donnie D. and Janice L.:Walker to Santa Fe -y,
parcel 7, Government lot 3, section Kendall and Juanita Mobley 4 acresin SF (
25 TBS R22E. $9,000. SEVt of NEV of section 5, T6S STARKE' Cn YNTiERSF:
Login and Cleo Redding to JosephO. R22E. 14500. '

J Jr.:. and-Halaa-JU. Bass.,lot.35. '-<&-Marshall and Delores L.Whit- t. ..CC '
New Hampton Beach. $100,000.: ton to James C. Northrop lot 64 on .... ::209 West Call street; Starke Ft.32091 ? .' d"o1'I\"tYY3\:: '.n6''piF
Bobby :;.;'and Ruby L. Wetherintonto Oak Avenirwrn Crystal;?" Lake"Homesites. .. 1
Benjamin. W. and Bertha E. $170,000. "' Phone 964-5362 or46817117 I' : '
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fflday,....._. ...Aug, 5 .., ........., Registration 10.00 a.m.-4 OOp.m, '
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Ribs 'N Chicken Txrsday.r.'Aug. 18.?............... Evening Rltglstrollon 6.00 p.m:8.00 pm .. cour5e r.mov.d from r.cOId.
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CARS, TRUCKS, VANS REAL: ESTATE COMMERCIAL :fi I
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CHEVY 'A 'tON ..... PARTS, front and OUT OF AREA RENTLEASESALEFOR
rear axles, transfers, transmissions' 265 NVTompU,, Starkad;;

'etc 964 9812. TFte OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded LEASE 1.000 sq ft., 301 '
"149 FORD TRUCK brand new motor, lots, river access, $54901 Each. Nomoney acres from new / Cecelia Teryylllegar
flatheat/ V9 collectors Item See and down S69 41 monthly.' Owner 964 8848 964.8447, or eve. '
'.. hear to appreciate. Price negotiable. 1-2365790' I .622.2438. 1/7TF ../16 tfnoSg OWNER ANXIOUS Conerly EttatM. 3/2, tone fireplace. 1800 ..f.! above:

; Call 964 6133 .Itchg 7/14.8/4 .AUCTION' ) SPORTSMAN-* PARADISE 840 FISH CAMP : totally equipped ground pool. REDUCED) $82,000.
174 DELTA, U) 4 door .don acres In Cloy County Georgia heart mobile home, lakefront, IASY FINANCING AMumoble mort., 2nd mart.. 1 lease with option.

Oldsrhoblle, $650 964.7239. 2tchg of the deer hunting territory. 90 ocr. owner finance' 10%. John .

|*7121.28 76 OMC DUMPTRUCKi 2 ton. In Terrell County Ga. Saturday,'Aug. United Realty of Starke, 964-8447: LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two: prime arras, 301 South. Reduced to. $16.000,1 :
,. new rear
6, 1988 10 a.m; For more Informationor "13.3621.5/9TF
end, transmission brakes and engine complete brochure call Rowell Realty -* 4-COr LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford .

Good condition, 964.7610" after' 9::30' a Auction Co.:. Inc.. 18003238388. ty for sole. Good for any retail LOCATION. LOCATION This prime commercial location (07 W. Madl.on',
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: .HI p m DODGE 2tpd 11A/1.28/OMNIr 2 door AM/FM 88351 restaurant business, I.,..,bar package motel store I. St., directly acres from WD. could .b. converted to your need.. .

: ".r.o. 4 speed, $1.000, Call 964'2885 lodge. No food soles required ,
after 6 p.m. 2tpd 7/2128' ANIMALS & PETS Call
protected George -
113 FORD WAGON air" good shape. FOR SALE pel B/25 HOMES
t: 964.4507 3lpd 7121.8/ FOR RENT Office space or retail j KINGSLEV LAKEt 90' on lake, 31.i\ home 2/1 MH

/ 1917 RANGER XLT Take over,payments' AUSTRAUAN SHEPHERD puppies for area. Downtown 510'.... $ CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water IBR/IBo.;
964 8693 after S p.m. Itchg 7/21-28 sale Shots and wormed. 9648461. month. Call 964 6309. John. TF '" CROSBY LAKE cedar and tone. Lakewood S/D $109.0001
.1981 CHEVY CAMARO: good condition 3lchg 7/28-8/11 WAREHOUSE SPACE AVAILABLE GRAHAM 3/2, 2.78 Ac., 1930*.I., CHAA ( 89,0001

$1,800 or best offer 1974 DATSUN stotion FREE PUPPIES to good r home.. 2' month 1500 to 5000 sq. ft.. Call 964 | SO CHIC. SO CHEAPI newly remodeled 3BR. IBa, freshly

wagon good cond., ''v.ry dependable old,,mixed breed Will weigh 20-25 lb. "Ichg 1/21.11111 painted, n.wcarp.t. 628 Pinewood St, (27,9001
$450. 964,4042. 'Itpd 7/28 when full grown, Coll Byron Scrogglns, ., I 407 CENTER STREET Two apartments ( 25.000
1979 CHEVY, PICKUP C-10: $'200. Raiford, 431-1210. Itpd 7/28 YARD SALE 401 CENTER STREET ( 10.0001

.' 782.3570. 'Itpd 7/28 FOUR FREE RABBITS also 1 white RD. 230E 2 story CB A from. 3/1 ( 49.0001
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1978 OLDS DELTA Mi PB: PS. AT .I.' .... Cockatiel bird 50. 964-4137 aft. S 1209 HANDING (Tt CB. 3/' 3/4 boo CHAA. 3/4 acre ( 45.000
windows ,Is $600: 964. 368 .. MIMOSA DRIVE July 28-30. 9 .
as S494. 2tpd. p.mi Itchg 7/28 LAKE BUTLER Brick veneer 3/1 V4 boo CH&A ( 46.0001
7/28.8/ FREE PUPPIES .9649041 or 964-6367, til. Quilts, dishes, toys, etc Itpd 7128"j. SMALL FARM 3.83 Acres, frame 3/). 1532.... (36,0001
1969 CHEVY, PICKUP; 307 V8 running 3 FAMILY SALE heaters, lot of
!1 hIl1128 (IS N, MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 bo ( 49.0001
condition' $700 OBO, 473 7050. Itpd clothe Fri A Sat.,,90S W. .
7/28 7/28 HWY. 221) 2/1 frame 3 stall barn newly rewired ( 39,5001

,187 .DODGE MINI' CARAVAN: landed.. LAND FOR SALE LOTS OF BABY CLOTHES) toy, CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club 3000 ..f..,on 2 lots .
'excellent condition Take over stuff 301 North turn right at GOOD LOOKING...... brick duplex, 213 Bradford D,. $ 38.000

t., paymentGreg. 964.4t03. Itchg 7'28 ,Town 2nd house dn left, Frl A 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba. reduced (2.000 ( 23.750
LOT IN CITY) $6.OOO. App: for modular 1129 NEIL COURT 3 BR 1 Ba financing ( 36.0001
w 1976 FORD TRUCK, F ISO. AMfM stereo p.m., Itchg! 7/28 carport owner
I yr cassette, AT. new tires $900. home. Call 964-9764, .alter S, call' BIG YARD SALE Saturday only. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 110. 1500 .....wood frame ( 90.0001

964.2885. Itpd 7/28 964-9291 I. 3/07 tin 8.9. 22S W,'of 301, North or 16W KEYSTONE HTS spacious, country living,.3BR. 2Ba.2.OOO ..f. ( 55.000

I!:' THREE CARS FOR SALE: 74 Matador 4 dr? PLEASANT West 129 GROVE acres half AREA cleared off with Rd.2 BR 16 at Handy Way take right, BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks SID extra lot ( .....000
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,, 73 Plymouth wagon, 9 passenger; '73 mobile home .used as rental. Many sign. lot of good Item. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/! CB, CHAA, so near ( 40,000]
\\ii, Plymouth 4 ''do; sedan ', 612 E. r clothe,.couch TV, end tables, .
choices for ..
ute Farming, animals, .....LOTS A ACREAGE. .
'f Washington St:, 964 4822. Itchg 7/28 of miscellaneous. 782-3171 Itchg
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chicken house.. trailer park hou.lng.ubdivl.lon. HWY. 32$ 10 acres join Alochuo County line ( 25,5001
,J980 CHEVY LUV PICKUP 66.000 original YARD, SALE Fri B-4 p.m., Sot 8-12 .
10,0001
or just a home with a big CONERLY ESTATES LotiO' S
miles. AM/FM/casterle truck Men ladle and children
) good .
I 'yard. Asking. 29000. Negotiable MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city 5 10.0001
$1200. 964 4924 after 6 p.m ttpd 7/28 301 turn right at Powells Dairy
1912 WILDERNESS by Fleetwood?: 20 ft. 96..6305 days, or 964.8970 and follow sign. It 7/28 BROWNLEE RD. 36.43 acres, owner financed great. location S 82.332

long travel trailer. fully.contained: with 964 8705 after 6 p.m.'9/12TF YARD SALE Carpet A vinyl RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acre, wooded and platted 5 7.0001
:. 'MOBILE HOME PARK on, Griffls Loop;. LAWTEVt 5 acres, 105th Ave., good Investment 5 I 19.0001
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AC, awnings, more,,Sleeps 8. excellent furniture,' clothing. 301 : ,
100 A Starke Have 4
units anddcr.ag.
condition. S..900.96".6386. Itpd 7/28 Hwy' Lawtey. Look for sign., Itchg )28 RD. 100 EI 12 acres plus fish pond wide open space S 26,000
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for mobile home :
BRAHMA. TOPPER:: ,(lull, ,*lze, Ms, SWB 538000. Call 964 more 6309 day: 964.8970,:' PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20 16 acres 3 wells, 2 poles. S 500001
,truck excellent1' condition\: $550 CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100' on water 5 19.8001
964 8705 after 6 5/12 TF
259.4420 offer 5 p.m. Itchg 7/(28(( ,- THERESSA) RESIDENTIAL p.m. HOMESITESt HOMES WINDING TREE LAKEt Lot 246,.Flo. Frontier I S 19.000|

'l I '.74 FORD PICKUP. :' $700. Briggs' ft Straiten. restricted' ,to new doublewldes less FOR SALE, .....-COMMERCIAL.......
'lawn 964 647\:
riding mower
$350
\ than three year old or' home On RD. 16 WEST) Four duplexes .(30,000(
I I'' 7/28TF 'county maintained road. Beautiful oak I SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building comer Call S Walnut St.;
PS BRICK HOME 1 lot .
CHEVY VAN C20: PB/ AT. :suns acre large i
great come by Tackle' Box on:,30f, ask trees, high and dry. Below ground septic backyard, 3 BR., 2 bath living 3198 ..f.. clean., excellent condition live upstairs, have :
for Jim Must sell, '$600' negotiable, systems' permitted Owner financing den with fireplace $57OOO business downstair,Best location Enterprise Zone Benefits,
r:, Itpd 7/28' : $500 down, $100 per month. 964 849S or 964.5032. 2lpd 7288TWO / 3.34 ACRES-MI South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned
TAKE' OVER' I PAYMENTS' art 'repoi.essions. : 964 5086 or 964 8073 4tchg 7/14 8/4 BEDROOM, ,1 both frame Open Rural small 1 BR home A ilnglewide. A CB bldg.. utility shed .( 62,000

'ri I" ", Cars and. trucks As: .!low' os$35 RESIDENTIAL, in Bradford HOMESITESt county on near SE 62nd Keystone Av., ''move to your lot. 473.7721?, Itchg WALDO 200x400 fenced zoned B-A S 30.000 I

:,' weekly No credit, eder/'Call, p 8 S LAKE BUTLER) 12 unit trailer pork 99.000
lake lotto
Bedford lake
access high
/. Motors, 964.7556, /Itchg 1,28, .. and dry. Owner financing. (5OO down 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage ( 85.000

$100 per month:%.5086 or 964 8073. MATHEWS REALTY THOMPSON ST 11.362..1., brick Enl.rpiteZon.. Benefits ( 80.OOO [
) '4tchg 7/14' -8/4 301 N) 1.5 acre. MH hook-up 2 bldg; 240' on 301, great value $ 37,000
SCHOOLS .. ., (120.0001
... 301 NORTH by EconaLodge 165.01'on,301 ?
.' ,, """" : '" ) : 64-4469 03REALTOR: | ,01 NORTH approximately 150'*approx SW, .. .... "(129,000 | 1 ,
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WANTED .NnyR.sle'n :
7E UNITED 'TRAVEL SCHOOLS' feservotlonists > ..... ..
I' travel', agents, 'ticket agents- THREE DUPLEXES 3 BR, 1 Ba $350/mo.
MOBILE HOMES Lawtey) 20 acre with 600 ft. Hwy.
Ij live, 'computer training, plac.m.ni'.r ,WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA
1919 Fleetwood 52x26., BR,'2 Ba. 125 frontage.CHBA. After Hours
aul.lanc./flna'nelol aid available cor Please write P. O, Drawer Starke,
280
retpondence/resident; training:" Accredited *- Flo 32091 4/7TF v 1 acre near Bedford Ik.I9t3 -CR 125 35 acre cleared pasture.CR | Anne Terwlllogar Nolson 473-7541
Fleetwood 62.2.4.3 IR, 2 Ba. 125) .19 acres, farmhouse & 4 '
Member .NHSC, toll Ire.,1.80Q.7822480 BOY SCOUT TROOP 518 needs camping John Langford Mat for Appraiser 496-2291
Headquarter, Clear.wote supplies and other donated materials CHA, front/rear patio dbl. car chicken houses, Pauline Randolph 964-6323
I r <( fl. 88.358 .. If you hove Hem you would like us to- garage Highrldge Estates. Keystone -SR 100 Wi 13 acres $2300 per acre, 964-4223
i'.' UNITED TRUCK MASTER: truck driver pick up to get them out of your way or Ht*., .many.extras. frontage on both side of hwy. Joy Thornton

'f. training, DOT certification; |lob placement would (Ust like to donate to us, please HOMES City) one acre on Laura St...room for
,i assistance, financial old' toll 964.4993 or 468.1581 or write to- FmHAt Fix up 3 BR, 1 Bo CH&A, several residential' lots

t available,. correspondence/resident,' Quartermaster, Troop 518, P.O. Box Jenkins' St... $15,000. Cltyi 1.38 Ac., great office location.

training. Accredited member NHSC: 156, Starke, Fl. 32091. We will take .FmHA: Several nke 3 .BR, 1 % Ba .City SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential'
Call loll free 18003463112. Headquarters anything Thank you. "7/7-28 (23.000 to 39000. commercial development area.

i' .. Clearwater. FL 88.359 WANTED TO BUY boys 24" BMX dirt Colley Rd 3 BR, 2'4' bo ,CHAA.
HOMES ACREAGE
-d ri' 7/28 bike ,In 'good. condition. 964 8295. Itpd yard.garage a carport, chain link fenced Union Cty 135 acre-. 2700 sq.ft. David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

\ brick I home.
-5.. Clair $td 2 BR, 1 Ba CH4A with I Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
I 'AlachuCtyCR 231, 10 00'.* pines.
I 1 large family room. 3 BR 2 bo. CH&A .
y quiet area. CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 9646133AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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Alachua Cty, 139, 8 33 acres
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home additional
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,', building lots 2800 ..f. CB I large oak ft hickory
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i' "' i,: "J I. Walnut Std 3 BR, 2 ba, CHA. Ideal I tree.
f' 'r'' for the large family
f. ; :' ) -CR 229) 3 I ba BUILDING LOTS ,
' ,' ; BR. CHCA. on 1 acre
.. little Lake Santa Fet 100x160 ft. lot.
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for the out-of-towner
near lawtey .
;" : new septic tank, approved for well,, A
LAND power source to lot.
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L High Springs 5 or. 10 acre; own.rTwo: Story House Remodeled very : accelerated.ReaIrpmc :

: financing, :nice.'Bob ., .. ;

', 'Mathcws, Realtor ,Andy Jordan, Associate.
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.. 441 Madison St., Starke 964-4544

"J." HWY'301S. .

UAVERN H. OUTLAWBroker [@] Starke. FL
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,Susan M Faulkner; GRI, CRB President ...

j REALTOR

f EH;A Faulkner'Really, Inc. Thinking of buying or : '/,Homes*/ Lots X'Acreage I Waterfront :

selling? Call usf ,

.Located Hwy. &31' .2 blks. S ot SFt i 100.; 221 'Lafayette St. 1 K Farms S Commercial. .

, 964-4522 -Evenings & Weekends .

STARKE. FL NEW LISTING 3BR/2BO CB home..CH4A, Stove Refri'Gre.nhouse .
CRYSTAL LAKE (HOMESITESi 2 lots ovollble with LAKE ACCESS only S5.3OQ'.ach e ,
David L Dodge. MSA. CRARe Patty Kay Elder. MKARes. Storage Bldg" 20x26 Garage, 3 lot, (54.900. .
or 510.000 both. i
*IMMACULATE HOME: :3 BR..JH ba. brick veneer', family room. owner finon-, 9S4-537O 904-3669 LIVE ALL YEAR ON BEDFORD LAKE 2BR/1Ba Frame CHSA Fireplace .
clng Kay C. Waters Bobby Ultt* Stove, Refrl. Carpet I. Drape, Dock Workshop. SW Mobile Home, Well B
Septic. Large lot.
with fireplace large family room( extros.:. Res. Qfll 77O1I
SPACIOUS HOME potion, many Re* 984-6941 GOOD FISHING 3BR/2SI/2Ba '
Two-Story log Home Samp.ontok.
.located in city on, d.ad..nc! street, very private' Opal DickconRe I Lucille C. Spry CHAA. love, Refrl A Dishwasher, 3000'St, Well A Septic an, large Lot. .
17.900. ONE ACHE 3 BR. t bath; Lowtey assumable mlg.
984142OE
9847333E REALTORs Res. APARTMENTS FOR RENT 2BR/IBa. $385 per month. .
WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 18000. also 1 acre lot on Crosby Lake.
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HWY 301, NORTH Good Business
E Designate.*! Appcalicr*) Location. Two-Sl6ry Block w/llvlng
lot
*VERSATILE) pr..fob .'..130,50 on 120x129 ,
Area Upstairs 6400 SF, 3.7 Acres.
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10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES: some nice trees. 2 septlcs, 4 wells,'f 1 electric' pole Your Full Service Real E tate Office QUIET up
NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/2Ba CB Home
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SALE electronic 1 health product, small Investment.. Commercial e Business living. Dining 8 Family
*2 BUSINESSES FOR 1 AppraUaJs for Residence e Farm
Room.
CHtA 1416 SF, Drape t Carpet Well C Septic. Large Lot.LAURA .
*NEAT t CLEAN 3 BR,,2 Both on I acre, close to town fenced, utility, bldg. STREET CB
3BR/1Ba CH/AC
Unit Stove
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01'. BUILDERS HOME over 3000 s.f.,. porches ( deck. 19.49 acre, fireplace, kitchen ,;' Few of Our Many Listings, PINEWOOD DRIVE 2BR/Ba Block' Kitchen-Dining Combo Refrl Fenced.Family Room .
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equipped, double garage.'"rnony more extras,1 BR.. bathes Corner Lot. .
HUNTERS PARADISEi land A 2 Homes, 60 acres, improved and woods.
3BR, 2 bath art 1 acre, only 945,900 financing pasture '
I BUILDERS I NEW HOME)' Deer galore I POLK STREET ./3BR/lBa Frame, Lot 50x150 Ft.. $9.900. .
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{{ ,available.. GRAND STREET SBR/IBa Frame..Well A Septic. 2 Acre.
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road. LAWTSYs close to school 3 BR, 1'A Ba. city water.
well and
,ONE ACRE septic on paved LAWTEY AREA .v SBR/IBa Frame, Well A Acre .
Septic 1
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REDUCED I Only $27,500. 2 BR, 1 bath ready to move Into on nice shaded. LAKI BUTLER) city water A sewer, big lot. nice frame home. ;
LAWTEY 4BR/1BO Frame, large Living A Dining Room, Porches City
"t' lot' DOWNTOWN STARKEi 2 store, pr..nl'y'occupl.d.' Owner financing. .,, .
Water.NEW
'e COMMERCIAL PROPERTY) 301 N. 10 acres a little over 5O01 frontage. LANDS. 39 ACRES on paved read nice property owner financing ''
EXCELLENT STARTER HOME 2/1 on 1 acre In Starke, (29.000 RIVER 2BR/IBO. SW/MH In Excellent Condition Well A Septic. 9.S .
*ADKINS ST t clean & neat 2 BR. 1 Ba, beautiful ''org.lo1..HWY.100 Ac. 26000. land
W: 8 3/4 acre with 3 BR I ba. partly wooded partly cleared, -FRAME HOMEt Beautiful setting with pecan tree, or).2 acre, paved rood. Only. (22.000. "
OWNER FINANCING Low down 10% Interest. 3/2 CB convenient to ,
*BRICK VENEER 3 BR 2 Ba. family room on 2.57 acre. *. payment SELECTED
BOOKER to 41 acres, shopping schools, churches. Over 1500 sq. ft. 45000. PROPERTIES .
*4 UNIT APARTMENT up ) occupied 38900.. '. HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on '.58 ocres.,2300 .f.,excellent watery I.' ACRES '. Cty Hwy 129 Zoned for Mobile Home: (3.900.

*3 BR. 2 BATH brick veneer on 5 acre ERWOOOl Development with deed restriction, over 1600 .f., Immaculate. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home 2 Wells, Septic Tank Planted Pines. .
close SIor.... On rood (2.000 45 ACRES Breaker. Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Terms.
*HWY 101 N.)i Versatile business;, 2.65 acre 14 ACRES MOil OR LESS to paved per acre .
REDUCED Immaculate doublewlde In town. Large lot with privacy fence! BEAUTIFUt BRICK HOMEr over 3.000 sq ft. Crystal lake access.GREAT 10 ACRES -Will Divide. Pecan Grove;' Well A Septic Owner Financing

*RENTALS 3BII. 180; on Crosby Lake. BUY Storke excellent neighborhood 3/T/4. eat-fn .kitchen and more, 10 ACRES Will !Divide; Pecan Grove, Fish Pond Owner Financing. .

18 2 Bedroom apt. 'In lawtey WALDO! Neat 1400 s.f.. 3 bedroom, CHAA: $34.000 ( ACRES Good Commercial Location on Hwy 16W. .
NEAT AS A PINt New ,roof new bathroom close to Starke.; 4.' ACRES Zoned for Mobile Home. '

LOCATION LOCATION In '10"'., custom home on S acre. I ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. 3000. ,
Call One of' Our Professionally FIVE ACRES HWY 301, South.

Lease/Purchase LOT ON HWY (01 SOUTH Good Business Location. .

Trained Staff Today..964-5069 'NEW I Yew pick the carpet;In Starke, 3/2. CHAA. 2.000 down $500 per mo. I LAKE GENEVA large Lot. 100 ft. on the Lake .

NEW COUNTRY COLONIAL) 3/2 CHAA,.dbl garage, (2.000 dn.. 600mo. 1 LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing.:
Et After Hours Call S CITY LOTS Northeast Section. .
,LARGE BRICK on Mimosa Dr., 2700 s.f.. CHAA. 2.000 down 700mo.
Realtor Associates Call I/a About | LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City. \t-

: .. ) :; T t Evenings: m *LAKE LOTS HOME ACREAGE IF VOUft/ MIND IS ON EAt ESTATE OR THINGS/RELATED
MAKE YOU/ NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/
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I Starke' Area AdsMOBILE Keystone ,Area, ,AdsRENTALS Union County Ads I



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HOMES FOR RENT SERVICES '
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FOR SALE I INSURANCE HELP WANTEDGOOD

KEYSTONE CENTER executive pecan' PRESSURE WASHING
Houses, mobile
FURNISHED. ROOM with air', all utilities. paneled office tpace $225 per, month. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 25 I. PEOPLE + GOOD PAY. GOOD
,BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY mobile horn Main Street, Lake Butler, 496-3978.
paid. From $37.SO 473-4961.7/7 tfnchg
estimates. Call
weekly. Magnolia Rob
I 473-3590. 7/7 BENEFITS Com In and talk with us.
pork mobil.on CrlHii horn..loop.lots.Acreage for more Hotel', Walnut St. by Post Office. TF ,KEYSTONE CENTER 500 tq. 'office or tfnchg Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tIn lake Butler Apparel. 650 S.E. 2ndStreet.

or 38000. Collofler IAWT1V APARTMENTS now taking applications per mo. 4734961. 7(7 ROOFING. GUTTERING Tear off. haul' Luke Butler. 496-3601. tfn/chg
=9.30: p.m.. 964-8970 or 9648705. for I A 2 bedroom apartments tfnchg away and replace. Quality work. PERSONAL SERVICES 1/21
3/3 TF |oMOilll CHA, fully equipped kitchen ON LAKI GENEVA Furnished 2 BR Reasonable rates Call Keith 473-0768. CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING Summerand
HOME FOR SAUl 3 8R. j 1'/ both drop., 782.3531. N.w Manager Equal' home w/large living room, d/r, both, 7/7 tfnchg career, opportunities. Excellentpay. .
on 2.93 acres In Stork 0'_. $18,000. Housing Opportunity 4/UTF large deck overlooking/ lake, Dock t KERR LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard. 11 haul SEPTIC fill TANKS dirt drain Install fields.septic tanks, '' World travel/I Call (refundable)'

Call 904.829.3960.4tpd 7/21-8/11 THREE BEDROOM 1'both, clean, close laundry facilities available, 4732919. Free estimates; In Keystone and Starkeoreo. FreeEstimates 1(518)439-3734( ) Ext. P33390,7/213tpd.
197* IbM NEW Call 964-2470 or 9647610.
MOON mobile horn. to prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF 7/7 tfnchg call 964-2281.: 4tchg 6/30-7/28 8/4 '
Call 94-8666,. price negotiable. 2tchg THREE BEDROOM IV* bath CB home In 1 BR COTTAGE near library. Furnlthed SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and 7121111pd. 9/8

7/21.28 city limits: close to Sooth.loe ilemen-: AC. 'lake privilege. $240 month. adjust tension In your home.. Special'
MEW 14 70i $800 down buy :2 I BR, 1 3/4 tary. $375 month,.. first and lost, 4734961. 7/7 tfnchg $14.95. Repair all brands. Work CARS/TRUCKS
both low payments. Call 2763647. 964-5423 days, 468-2670 nights. 6/23 ON LAKI GENEVA -2 BR, 1% BA, family guaranteed 473-7862. 7/21 tfnchg
2tchg 7/21-28 Stchg 8/11 ,room beautiful hardwood floors In WILL BABYSIT In my home. Daytime or FOR SALE
3000 SQ. FT. DOUBLEWIDEi 4 BR or d.n CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, large LR/DR. Stove refrigerator furnished evening hou... References available 1971 CONTINENTAL MARK IV with sun

option. Only $2500 down buy you your extras, reasonable rents.. ,.PINES, laundry ft dock facilities. Im '473-3732. 4tchg 7/7.28 STORAGE HOUSESi Need extra storage roof. Run. good. Best offer. Call
dream horn at Globol of Orang. Park. 496-2366, SR 121, Lake Butler.7i4TF maculate. 473-2919. 7/7 tfnchg BABYSITTING In my home. Prefer ages ? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini 496-2029, ,!pd. 7/28
2763647. 2tchg 7/21-28 TWO BEDROOM, 1 both furnished 2 MOBILE HOMES 1 with 3 BR, I with 2 ,,1.-5 to play with 3 year old son. Nice environment warehouses apace Hal. and Associates
19S9 CHAMPION ,doubl.wld.. $1250' mobile home In country In Pleasant BR, 'with air conditioning. 473-2730, excellent, core 473-0845. 4963939. tfnchrg 1 n
down Include on. acre fully Grove Area (NW 25th: Ave.) $175 4tchg 7/14-8/4 2tpd 7/28-8/4 TOY POODLE AND LHASA APSO PUPS FOR RENT
d.v.lop.d, Coll 276-3647 2tchg month and $100 security deposit.' Call RENT WITH OPTION 2.BR, 2 BA new MH TYPING letters, reports, resumes.Editing ;Two female, 1, male. First shot end
7/21-28 964 8970 or 964-8705 or 964-4430 alter with fireplace, 3 blocks from school. word processing. Books, wormed. $50. each. Call 496-2466. Itfr.
1J.45 LATE MODEL mobile home 'lor 6 p.m. 7/21TF $325 plus security deposit473.7975. manuscripts ,statistical typing. Accurate CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C.
7/28
.. Make on offer. 4737890. 4tchg 7,4-8/4 Extras.' Reasonable Rents. PINES Call
Itpd 7,8 TWO BEDROOM CB HOME in town, dependable, reasonable, REFRIGERATOR WASHER AND DRYER
FOR SALE OR RENTi Somp.on Lake. No CH4A, carpet. Must see Call 4681323. RENT WITH 0'1I0N3 BA, 2 BA new MH 4751638. 4tpd 7/28-8/18 Call 7/21 496-2366, SR121, Lake Butler 7/14
kid. 964.8765 after. 5 p.m. Itpd 7/21TF with central heat S air In High' Ridge CHILD CARE In my home. Monday 4962090. 2tchg. 7/28 tfnchg,
728or QUEEN SIZE BED and box spring $100. ROOM FOR RENT 923 N.W. 3rd street,
Estates. $325 plus security deposit. through Friday. om.6
TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE: with appliances 7 p.m. 473-398,9.\ Call 496-3253 tfn/chg. 7/28
with of kitchen and
living
use room.
4737975. 4tchg1114-8/4 tod 7/28 i
$250 plus ..I.ctrlclty.,964.5414.4Ichg1l21'.811 NEW MOBILE HOME ..2 BRV furnished on HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, additions TWO SNAPPER LAWN MOWERS 8 h.p. Ask at Sid's Mobil. Home Park, behind

FOR RENT ONE BEDROOM unfurnished n.w kite one acre. Melrose 'area. 16846634. or complete building. 30 years and 4962420ltpd.11 h.p. 7/28 Good condition. Call SIS Grocery Ask for .(Mr. Malloy) at ,

ch.n and both, just remodeled. In 4tchg 7/14-8/4 experience serving Bradford and Clay office. Itpd. 7/28
NEWLY DECORATED everything furnlih- town. 533-2416 or 96485882tchg LAKE FRONT mobile home 2 BR, 2 BA, Counties.. 473.4018. 5/28 ten
.d. Laundry facilities Included. Video 21.28 patio swim, fish near Keystonej FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging?' i NOTICECLASSII'IED
room available. Will occ.pt one child, TWO BEDROOM furnished trailer one 4734186. 2tchg 721.28DOUBLEWIDE'MH House out of level?? to Rue leveling
LAND FOR SALE
no p.ts. Palm. Apt... 2313 N. T.mpl.Av. child no pets. $225 month plus securi" -,3 BR, 2 BA, CH. service for all your foundation, repairs, ADVERTISING '
fireplace, screened porch on 1 acre lot. should be sub-
.. Starke 32091. 10/29 TF ty. 964-2456. 2tpd 7/21-28 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg
ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home, EXTRA NICE 3/2 doublewide., fully $325: per month. 473.1150 2tchg 7/21.28 1-3- ACRE PARCELS 160 'acre farm, mined to the Union County Times office -

''V4 mil. from city. Nice neighborhood.. equipped, near Bedford Lake, $400 LAKE Keystone.GENEVA Partially Mobile furnished, Home Park from MISCELLANEOUSPACK would moke nice horse farm,' low unless In-writing credit Is and already paid In establishedwith advance
4681323. 10/BTF month. 964-6945 964-8076. 7/2: down payment owner financed. Ap-
or Itpd
FURNISHED ROOM with air, oil utilities THREE ROOMS t BATH furnished apartment $135 month. Call 473-7566.' : 20tpd, RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible pro, 1(2 acre, paved rood with 2 I this office.
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE
paid, from $37.50 per w..k. 1st floor. No'p.t.. 964-2796. 721121CONDOMINIUM ,ftems and antiques Used furniture, bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hale HELD I
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St...by Post '!2tchg 8/4 leate or sale Luxury 3 glassware, (jewelry and much more. end Associates. 496-3939. tfn/chg. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Office. TF TWO BEDROOM mobile home, air, BR, 2 BA, fireplace, 'one year old, on Come see for yourself. One mil. east 12/31 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, I BATH WITH AC lagoon 475-3267 or 1-269-0084. of Keystone H.lght.on, Highway 100. THE TELEPHONE.
stove
refrigerator, In pines, private
Available Immediately 3tchg 7/21-8/4 Classified deadline Is MONDAY, .5
COVERED PATIOS. 1 Mile TO drive, picnic oreo, garden space, first 473-2183.717 tfnchg P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
DOWNTOWN STARKE. '964.7498. and last, $175 month. AI """
Young YARD SALE Minimum charge Is 15: words for$3.50.
4/14TF 964-6418. 4 1/4 miles' North Hwy 301 MOBILE HOMES CARS TRUCKS.MOTORCYCLES, I then 15 cents for each word.thereafter;
IN TOWN clean 2 BR haute on thaded Itpd 7/28 .
lot, CH&A. carpet, Prefer quiet workIng r, 3 IR, 2 BA Fleetwood doublewide .( GIGANTIC Furniture and yard tale,lott :
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adultt. No pets. For appt. to vl.w. 'mobile home built in 1985. Excellent of furniture, clothing and FOR SALE OR RENT.
coll 964.6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month condition. Furnithed. $9900. 473-2575. 1913 YAMAHA XT 200 under 4000 miscellaneous ItemsAlso a barbecue
plus security deposit. Firm 5/5TF 6tchg 6/30-8/4: 'miles. Very good condition $450.: chicken dinner for sale. Saturday July
.PINE FOREST APARTMENTS now taking MUST SELL 14X70, 3 BR. 1 BA. Make offer. 4733918. 2tchg 7/21-28 30, 9 a.m. at Barnett Computer Tune on MOBILE HOME LOT tor rent and 13
applications for 2' and 3 bedroom 473-2730. 4tchg 7/14.814 S-7e FORD FIESTAS one runs good SR121 In worthington Springs. 7/28 ACRES of land for sale an SR121. I mile
opartmentt, starling at $195 and $215. '3 BR, 2 BA )12X70 on t acre land paved needs Interior work one wrecked, Itchg. out ,of Lake' Butler Call 496-2935.
.CHSA, fully equipped kitchen cabl. road 214. $1500 down $275 mo, good for spore ports both $500 0.8.0. Itchg. 7/28

ready. 1530 W. Madison St., 964.6312. 475.5675 after 6 p.m., 2tpd 72128, 473-4867. 2tchg 7/21.28 ? ,r-
Mon-Frl, 9-5 p.m, Equal Housing Opportunity HELP WANTED ,11973 CADILLAC ,i,Sedan deVille':, Runs
good. Interior in real good conditions,
5/19TF
OFFICE HELP WANTED some rust around back: window $500
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKI 1s 'now ASSISTANT AAAINES REAL ESTATErn
O.B.& 473-4867. 2tchg 7/21-28
taking applications for I A 2 be'droomapartments. '
.GOVERNMENT JOBSI 1 '$18,037 to '74 YAMAHA RD3SO ,- needs 'enginework 25 East Main'"
Hours 30 tvsL week
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and $219
$199 month : per .
,$69,405. Immediate Hiring I Your area.'Call .
CHAA full.,' .qulpped kitchen, 'cable, pay: $4.OO-S4,SO. Dependng on frame In good shape* $100
(Refundable) 1-518-4593611 Ext.3339A.for'FederolList O.B.O. 473.4867. 2tchg 7/21-28 Lake Butler, FL 32054
ready. 964-7295 or 9644214.! 5/26TF Qualifications ..
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: 24 Hrt. 3tpd 19tt 300ZX2 2, loaded, excellent '
: plus '
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with 'lake ac-, Duties: Assist Admin. Asst. In all 72184 Harriett Maine' Realtor' (
'condition, kept, 20,000 miles. ,
c...., $250 month. '473.4534, ask for phases of office work typing.filing WE NEED PEOPLE:, fo help transport the See at corner garage of Hwy 21 6 100 or. call 496-3978 .
Mrs. Hall. 7/14 4tchg 8/4 bookkeeping, receptionist duties. elderly to doctors and hospital. CCOA 473-4765 weekdays or 473.0628
,ONE BEDROOM mobil. 'home on i acre Qualifications: H.S. Degree and pays 20 cents per mile to volunteers. "w..k.nd.,31chg 7/28-8/11 .
of land. $200 month. 964-600O, ..f. .experience In some form of office On. person in Keystone Heights needs 1910 TOYOTO' Corolla SW red 5
372. ask for D.bbl. Reddish. 2tchg work typing secretarial or LAKE BUTLER
to go Into Gainesville 3 times a week AM/FM 1 69000mi
speed: air owner
COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDING located 175 W. Main St. with paved
to 40 ,
7/21-28 bookkeeplnbg Able type Colt Cloy County Council on Aging at, les. $1700. 4730321. 2tchg 7128.8/4
TWO BR APT, near schools, central wpm. Jr. College or Vo-Tech training 2696345.: : 284-5977 or .7. -2112. Itchg parking' 100' frontage on Main St., 1528 s.f., Price 94900.
heating and cooling, wall to wall helpful. ,7/28 FOR SALE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS heavily wooded, approximately .2. acres

carpet drapes ;miniblinds, ceiling' 'Contact: Send Resume to Ms ATTENTION I Christmas 'ACund'the! each,.$11.500 to $12,000.THOMAS .
fans,dishwasher and disposal, 'laundry ,Causey.Sunshine Industrie P.O. World. Now hiring demonstrators to RCA 25"'--'color 'console TV great pic-
room, off.street parking. Located In Box 509.Starke.FL 32O91.964-7699 show extraordinary line ot Christmas ,lure. $175 ,O.B.O. 473-4867 2lchg
small apartm.nt complex. 9648601. ** merchandise. Free kit,*suppiiis and 7/21-28 -

7128TF" training. No Investment, collecting or EXERCISE BIKE Almost new. Schwln-
FURNISHED HOUSE with 1 BR. clean. AC delivery. Great pay for fun )lobs For DX900, $200, must sell."t., 473-3918. Itchg
$195 month, $100 deposit, 964-7625. details call Becky, 473-2704 2tchg 7/28 '
.
Itpd 7/28' 'TRAIN 1128.8/4 GRUMMAN 14 ft. Aluminum boat like E. LEE CONSTRUCTION l
NEWLY REMODELED HOME on 625 new $495 electric motor 4 battery,
TO A'
BE
Pin.wood Dr. Fenced yard '2 BR. YARD SALES $150,' various rods, reels gear. Penn Offlce-964-2852 Hom43M675
CHSA, 1 yr. '.0.., $350 month,plus 'PROFESSIONAL"SECRETARY 9.0 reel 473.4837 evenings. Itpd 7/28
depotit. Call 964.8073. 7/28TF ; GOOD DEAL Refrigerator gas rang.,
3 FAMILY July 29 S 30 from 9-3. Piano,
KITCHENETTES dally or w..kly, AC, TV. '.SEC/RECEPTIONIST woodcrafts, clothing toys, misc. SE golf clubs, VCR good condition pdatittonsegemoa
reasonable rots Underwood Mot.I. 3 63rd off 1.727.0978 or 284.4278. Itpd 7/28 ,
St. C21B. Itchg 7/28
mil. North of Storke on N. 301, Itchg EXEC. SECRETARY MOVING SALE Trlke, canes kids COUCH and matching chair. TV/micro Poinlin9.House

7/28 [Start locally full time/part] clothes, bike, household, miscs 195 SW cabinet. Must sell, Reasonable,
,CLEAN 2 BEDROOM APT. no pets $60 I time. Leant word processing I Jasmine. Sot. A Sun. 8 m.4"p.m.: 473.2316.ltchg 7/28, .
,w..k.plu.." utili II.., $100 security and related secretariat' skills.' I Itchg 7/28 l SOLID WOOD sofa brown/cream plaid .RooEin9 ,
964.6232, Itchg 7/28 Home study and resident' train-1 with matching choir and lobi..., $80
TWO BEDROOM (URNISHED'apartment.living I obo; full sized bed with matching desk 1
Ing. Notional headquarters,f HOMES FOR SALE v
room, kitchenette, both; lights I Beach Fl. and night stand $40, obo; king sized .. \L r
and water furnithed. $100 deposit Pompano water bed frame, liner and neater'. \ \ V j< New Homes
FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE KEYSTONE STEAL Out of town owner ,
$225, monthly. 964-5033 or 4681338. $20: TV cart, $5. 4730120. 2tchg \ ,
723MOBILE JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE] mutt tacrlfice. Spacious 1900 sq ft. 7/28-8/4 \ Irk

Itchg HOME FOR RENT ,2 BR IV, both .. I-BOO-432-M04 beautiful 3 BR. 2 814., lakavlew, dens BUNDV LAKE I acre private 'wooded s 108/ off....., r .J
Lok. firtt last THE HART SCHOOL sun room cental H/A, fireplace. Mutt huge oaks Clay County mobile -- VA '
on Deer Spring $250 lots ; = 8
:
.... All terms considered. ).398. 216. "June July : Low'
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and depotit. 4732566. Itchg 7/28 Dh. Oi A.C.T. Corp. home okay. Owner financing or discount -'
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT (rA
downstairs, kitchen furnithed AC. Trevor Waters,. ,Century 21 Showcase 'Ir. Ii'.. .X' l.E.f
LOST & FOUND \ .
downtown. ,$200 month plus'' $100. Properties, Inc,, Broker, 473-4903 Payment. .Cost Itest ester

depotit. 9644990. Itchg 7/28 REWARD Block male Setter-lab: ; lost In BEAUTIFUL AKC Chow Chow puppies.
STATE EMPLOYEESr need home close to I Parents on premises. 4734429. 3lchg
lake collar.Answers .
Smith area olngg.n
your work? We have clean mobile, 7/14.28
473-0452. Itpd
homes available. 4681323.. 10/8 TF to Smokey.

WALDO ,VILLAS unfurnlthed, 2 IIRtownhou. fiPK. '

.., carpel. CH&A. 4681971., 473-7633 473-4816 LAKE, .BUTLER APARTmEnTS
Equal Housing Opportunity, 3/10 TF
Keystone475.22720'vlll. Now taking applications for,1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These
Train to be a Ii Jc' and all havewalltaWall
all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space
TRAVEL AGENT Jax
TOUR GUIDE 282.1300 carpet,crapes, and kitchen appliances. Ori-sltalaundry

-AIRLINEftESERVATIONIST facilities: Rental assistance available qualified applicants.For .

V. DURRANCE and Information
application
,Start Locally.* (mepartome. !7 Please see us af .Gr:

'PUMP & SUPPLY .Train on five airline. I 1005 SW 6th Street"

.. computers,Home Study --- ........ f3'll'a1\ t- .lake Butler. Fl 32054. tt.v.r trw.M
and Resident Training ...-. .
A study done in 1".elsugg.11S it Or Call 496.3141
: 'Well
Drilling NaH headquarters Pompano WATERFRONT HOMES may be easier to quit smoking If the
? FINANCIAL AID Bell.. Fl. smoker switches to vegetarian
Rotary 2" ta6"Pumps AVAILABLEJOB DREAM HOME Custom built home on diet. ,
: ,
PLACEMENT Hall Lak. has wet bar, fireplace :
ASSISTANCE pecky cypress cathedral ceilings. e Now Leasing
Over 2100 s.I., 3 bedroom 2 bath ,
: ltA.C.T. IS' horn has beautiful .white sand o\) 'c.eatbOo Forest Park Apartm | is

All .1> .TRAVEL SCHOOL.Arndr.dM..nbw beach. Shown: by ,oppt.\ Only (
N LI C. $176,000. o An apartment\ complex designed for moderate .'*t.iS-j .
LAKE GENEVA Two 2 bedroom brick \\ income families. No rental assistance .';: '' '1"' .'

homes make this property an excellent .1 "oOse available. Attractive I & 2 DR/1 I I3a apts..: 5 t :; yr .

Investment on the water, live range rcfrlgcrator, carpet. central heat & air, v-.. 4. .,.',; ,

0 T.II.E.Apartments. In one, rent the other $106,000.UPDATED"CLASSIC patio and laundry. Free water, sewer &, "

: Real pine and garbage( Rent $185 $220 mlnlmum.Two
birth grace the walls of this Impeccable complctp handicapped apartments avail., .
VISIT Otft SHOWROOM 2/2 with 30x15 basement for For Information/Application" '_ .
guest or hobbles. Swim fish or boot Forest Park Apartmenta 77S NE! let Street. Lake Butls*.Fl 38OM
For Your, Plumbing Parts I[922 E. Brownlee st.1 I from the 'alum floating dock,., ((904) 4965436 E.1L 0. -

$83.900. .. fJ),

'96' -.7.061S6 2 & 3 BRs Available, LAKI GENEVA year around or vocation .- ---- -
home on 1700 acre loke. This 2
FACTORYRA
<4' N.. Tempi,AVi.e Starke) low. Income bedroom home icon. .be yours for /: SPO UNITED. REALTY- NEC slATE

ft" Weekends Housing a.::.. ASSUMABLE 79000. MTG. and owner financing Q c of Starke C ERMF ED

Nights E"A HOU5IN0 make this home very reasonable.
964-7578 964-7133: Located on Catorbone-'lake, just ,John E,,Curies, Broker \. NTRA( TOR

listed $65.000.WATERS US 301 South. Starke. Fla. e 964-8447 e Home 473-3627 AVAILABLEEAGLES
DOWN but so Is the price on

this 2/2 horn on Lake Brooklyn.
Over 1.000 s.f. Just listed 55000. NEST HOMES Handl-House_ Portable
DEER SPRING 3 bedroom 2 boltCDW

Elixson Wood Products, Inc. with screen room at lake. Excellent Buildings. .

fishing fake only $49,000. ,
POOL HOME 30x15 pool will keep;
Cypress Mulch Pine Bark you cool on' Lake Bundy. this 2 No Down

bedroom home Is .priced to sell at i1'rt1 '' 1

You Pick Up 'or We Deliver' $45,000. PaymentSQVefClllO
WEEKEND RETREATS one bedroom .

We Also Have Red Heart Cypress lumber home o-way.lust en| Hall$36.000.lake Is the perfect get- !o ?: '" ; Choose From

around luxurious Contemporary Home. Kit Form Of Erectors
CHURCH LAKE great, year
home 1260 1000 iq angle level to 3600 tq. ft. 2 story
home built red brick ,
lust
''f 964-6649 Ask to view our model home ALSO HAVE C & C MINI STORAGE FACILITIES
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i Page 18R. TELEGRAPH",TIMES 6t MONITOR-..BSECTiON.: July ?8, J9H8! *
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For Fall Semester

It SWCRKevln Norman Graduate at,the course learned The complete schedule of classesfor
Starke Area Ads Completes SchoolingSWCR bow to prepare) personnel reports the 1068! Fall Semester at the Santa -

Kevin E. Norman, son of and records, and earned credits' Fe Community College Starke
ii""" Darlene Norman and grandson of toward an associate degree in applied Center can be found In an'"* In to'
1\ Elsie Norman of Lawtey has completed science through the community day's rtlf6ap"l Oassea begin on
"< FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP WANTED his basic and 'A't School at college of the Air Force. August 22 and run to December 15.
the Naval' Construction i"'Training In addition to basic classes In

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At low ot ONE LOT AT KINGSLEY LAKE with small CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRINGI I summer Center tn.Underwater Welding for Math English, Science, History,
$14.99 pr month. Call 964.6944. tfn unfurnished house, septic tank and 4" and career opportunities. Excellent the "SeaBees" He will be going to Smn. James McDonald SocIal Sciences and Humanities the
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum well. 533-2474. 7/31TF pay. World Travel, Coll -refundable, ..Spain.He Fall Schedule Includes Intro'' to.
: Mcosurvs 2..36".25 cents och.. Groat KING SIZE BED with frame, latex rubber, 1 918-439.3734. ext P3377.. 3tpd Is a 1987 graduate of Bradford Completes TrainingNavy Business, General Psychology,,
; for patching and 'r.polrs TELEGRAPH, $200. 964-7138 or 964.4403. 3tchg 711.28 High School Seaman Recruit James M. American Government, Spanish
135W:: tall SI. 964-6305. 7/31-38 GET PAID FOR READING SOOKSI $100 McDonald, son of' Robert J, First Aid Major Religions and
'," ALICIA HAY In rolls under born. Dvllvory 4 TON BRYANT HEAT PUMP End air p.r title. Write PASE, Fill. 161 S. Lincoln McDonald of Lake Geneva, has completed Business Law. ,
available Arthur Gasklns. 762-3737 package, unit 5 yr*. old works tine all way. N. Aurora II, 60542. 4tpd Amn. Stephen Walker' recruit training at Recruit Three Computer classes, Intro to

5/261 the duct work you can lake loose, $700 7/21.8/11 USAF Personnel Specialist Training Command in Great Lakes, ,Computers, Basic and Software Applications -
GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT OBO. 964-8313. Itchg 7/21 ASY WORK I EXCELLENT PAYAssam- '
Airman 1st Class Stephen L. will be offered In the computer *
washers, dryer Ic. and Ice cream 77 DATSUN PICKUP with topper stereo, bl. products ot home. Coll for Information Walker, son of Altamease C. Walkerof Hi.A 1983 graduate of Bogan High "Lab where upgraded IBM
't frs.i.rt, reach-In' cooler, etc\ Starke AC. $800; '65 FORD VAN, $300,: and 811BRADFORD so.c.604I.8003. ext A9579. 7/21 Brooker, has graduated from the School In Chicago; he joined the PC's will greatly Improve the Lab's
/KOA Kamparound, 964-8484.4/9 Btshg 12x65 two BR mobile ,home $3500, 4tpd
X128PRESSURE f 9647758. 2tchg 7/31-28 COUNTY ROAD DEPT. hat U.S. Air Force personnel specialist Navy in April, 1988. hardware. '

TREATED PLYWOOD ',oi"I 'SEVERAL /ITEMS 23O( amp electric |lob openings: 2 or more; year experienced course at Keesler Air Force Base, A Nursing Assistant Program
1 toolbox heavy equipment operator Miss. taught by Millie Hitchcock is also! on
S1t,35: 5/8" $13.70; '3/4" $15.75. welder pickup topper, liberglan
C, S'.ph.rSmith, ,Lumb.r, 4682624. 7 fits full-die pickup trailer axles, 3 for bulldozer, grader front end loader the agenda.
',: ....11.. South of, STarke on 301 '3tchg wheel bicycle. Call 964.8522. Itpd 7/21 ond oth.r varied operational. skills An ever Increasing number of
721.28 with chauffeur IIc...... ALSO opening Food Cant Storms local students are completing theirA.
LUMBERS Southern yellow pine and NOTICE for a 2 or'' more years experienced Safety Impori During A. degree here at the local Branch

,. pressure! treated pine. All (lie*, all mechanic. Applications will be accepted of Santa Fe which opened In the
: lumber grad. 2 and better. 3x6x10 from 7.30 a,m. to 4 p.tn. at 812 USDA Feature Article If the power will be out for a longer renoveated courthouse in the Fall of
", Seated $3.35; 2x6x16 treated $6.80 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- North Grand St? July 28 thru Aug. 12. Hurricanes tornadoes and floods period than your freezer will main. 1985.
spruce precut studs 3x4 $1.79,Stephen milled to the Bradford County Equal Opportunity Employer 7/28 are not the moet pleasant thoughts tain the cold, you may want to put Registration for the Fall Term
Smith lumber 468-3624. 2tchg 7/3T-28 Telegraph office I writing and paid In Jteha 64POSITION for warm weather, but unfortunately dry ice In your freezer. Never touch begins August 2, with a special even'
{EARS GYMPAC $50.: N.w bow guitar I advance' unless Credit I I.' already OPEN ot New, Method : they are facts of life in many locations. dry ice with your hands or breatheits ing session on Thursday, August 4
$t75, 964 8663. Itpd 7/28 established with this office. Cleaners for mature responsible adult. Severe storms often cause vapors in an enclosed area. from 6 to 8 p.m.
TWO LOTS FOR SALE: each 100x100 (t, ,THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl Duties lo Include all phases of laundryand power failures that can last In the refrigerator will usually For more information please call
sq Nice shade tree $6500 each. 10". HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN dry cleaning operations Mgr. anywhere from several! hours to keep for 4 'to 6 hours, dependingupon 904-5382. ,
down, owner fill finance at 10% In- CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN' OVER potential. Willing to train qualified In. several days. how warm your kitchen is. If (

t ler..'. 964-3796.2tchg 7/38-8/4 THE TELEPHONE. dividual. Apply In person no phone In addition to coping with other the power will be out for a longer *****
I.OQKS NEW real latex rubber that Classified deadline I.I TUESDAY, call. Method Cleaners, between 8:;30
problems caused these conditions time want block Ice
by ,,you may to add
and 7/28
4 30. Itchg
breathes size sold NOON to Thursday
lovely king bed prior publication.
need to take to the Attention'Veterans!
consumers steps refrigerator to keep it cool.
Classified deadline DENTAL ASSISTANT NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
'taw $1000, now $250 with frame and display Is TUESDAY, tOn
neodboard. 964-7138 or 964.4403.: Itchg 5:00: P.M. Special Classified. display : Applications are now being to ensure a safe food suply during QUESTION: The power is back on August 1 the second meeting to'
28 placement is NOT Guaranteed. taken for a dental assistant., Experience 'severe weather, and to prevent or now. How can I decide what to do discuss: the formation of a new

DING LAWN MOWER Arlent, 1* HP Minimum charge for classified ads it preferred but willing'to -minimize the loss of meat, poultryand with foods which were frozen.before Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in
30 cut, electric starter, used 3 times. 15 words for 350. then IS cent for train. Apply In person to Dr. G. Gray other foods which may be storedin the power went off? Bradford County will be held in
$1400. Call DaleTraylor, $33-2197ltpd. each word thereafter, Flynn at 603 E. Call !$t., Starke, Fl.: freezers or refrigerators when the ANSWER) IF ICE CRYSTALSARE Starke at the Woman's Club at 7
\ ? 28RCA .....,- '604.700..7128 2tchg 8/4 power fails. To help you weather this STILL INTACT AND ''THE
.. VIDEO CAMERA VCR $400' or best R.N.s, l.P.N.si Full time and PRN Positions year's storms, here is some advice FOOD IS STILL AT 40 DEGREES p.m.A minimum of 25 members. are re-1
ollet 283.0694 alter. 6 P''ltpd 7/28 PERSONALS. available on evening and night based on calls to the U.S. Dept. of ORBELOW, it is safe to refreeze. quired to .form charter' in-
.WELCH shifts. Med/SOrg ,experience prefer Meat and Raw meats and be ; any
-SHETLAND PONY 3' yr, old, Agriculture Poultry poultry can terested veteran is invited to attend.
i,. gelding. n.w saddle and tack brok., red Apply' to: Lake Butler Hospital Hotline (1-800-535-4555). refrozen without substantially com
NATIONAL The
gentle, $350. 964.7111. Itchg 7/28 MIDWEST OF TENNESSEE Hand Surgery Center, 850 e. Main St.. QUESTION: How can I prepare in promising quality. Prepared foods, Dept. of Fla. Quartermaster
:' BRASS TUBING CHAIRS peel cane bock Group 100'/ of Insurance covered Low Family and doctorst'care Rotes Lake Butler, 904.496-2323 EOE. Itchg advance to avoid food safety problems vegetables and fruits can ,be will tions.be in attendance to answer ques-
$24 each, Som. small It...... 831Cypress hospital 7/28
,
;, while hospital' confined. Optional during power failures? refrozen safely; but quality may suf Eligibility to the Veterans of
WATSON REALTY CORPORATION is now
St. 964-8811 Itpd 7/28 ANSWER: If you live in an area fer. Juices can be refrozen without
benefit (lot clinic and
outpatient visit Wars includes the
Foreign issuanceof
(i SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a M.dlcar. Interviewing for RE Associates For and
where .
'" even office visits. Choose 100% more or confidential l Interview severe storms power compromising quality.IF a campaign ribbon for overseas
a
r.clpi.ntwith a qualifying condition, information(
in' THE FOOD THAWED BUT
outages occur ,
frequently
prepare
$. call toll free number for more Inforrnoft coverage or deductible which please :call Dean Weaver, service, such as Asiatic-Pacific
ft 1.eoo..S.7..88-355 decrease by 23% each year that you, 473.7653.23TF advance by stocking up on non- WAS HELD ABOVE 40 DEGREESFOR European Theater, Korean or VietNam -,
I.. 1000 SUNBEDS, TONING TABLES) 'Sunal-' do not use the policy. Call NEED A FULL OR PART-TIME JOB? Try perishable foods which do not require TWO HOURS'OR LESS, it is Service,Occupation or Expeditionary '
18008882588. 88354A cooking. These might include NOT generally safe to refreeze. Raw
J WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuest AvonL For pore! Information call Ribbon, Lebanon or
Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE! Ramona, 782.3068. 3tchg 7/1".28 canned goods freeze-dried foods,' meats and poultry should be cooked Grenada

catalogue, ,,Save to 50?. '.800.228-6292. European Scandinavian High ,School HOMEMAKERSI Applications now being vacuum-packed peanuts, and sterile and either served immediately or, For further information contact
.
68.356 exchange students arriving" In August, accepted for,30 d.monatrolors'port-1 (fruit juice in waxed paper cartons. frozen Prepared foods and'vegetables Delbert L. Jordan 782-3220. '
INVENTORY CLEARANCI .; METAL Become a host family for American Intercultural ,time work for full-time pay No collections When your freezer is operating but should be cooked or

BUILDINGS 30x40x13 $4.650; 30x50x14 Student Exchange. Call' no deliveries, FREE paper sup, not full, insert blue-ice freezer packsor reheated thoroughly and served Im Bradford
$5.750; 40x60x12 $7495.40x75x14 .1.BQO.SIBLlNG.88.351 plies.. FREE $300 kit, FREE training. Call freeeze water in' plastic containers mediately. Fruits can be refrozen if County

$9750; 50x100x14 $13995. Retail "**" 3780213. 4tpd 721811HOUSEPARENTS to help keep foods frozen in they taste and small' acceptable. Land SalesLand
Equipment All sizes.., BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES : The Advent Christian the event of a power failure. Juices can be refrozen without compromising '
510og.r.. PIONEER BUILDING; ,Village Is accepting applications for a You should also try to find out quality. WeU-wrapped
SYSTEMS. 512.389.3664.88.352 couple to be full time houseporentt In where block Ice' and dry ice are ,hard cheeses, butter and margarine'can sales in Bradford County for
;;,_ 100% FINANCING any siie or shape our childrens. program. This Is a live-In available in your community. It is be refrozen.' January show one large transaction IIi
',steel building complete turnkey lob. MOBILE HOME PARK 1 on Grlffis loop. position; four days per week to pro. important to learn how to handle dry FOODS HELD ABOVE 40 Clyde Byron Terwillegar
I All buildings meet or exceed SBC. All Acreage 'for more mobile home vide daily care and supervision or ice SAFELYI DEGREES FOR OVER ,TWO transferred to Terwillegar ChryslerPlymouthDodgeJeepEagle -

blueprints and anchor bolt drawings '38000. Call after 5:30: p.m., 964-8970. ;a, youth. For more information I call QUESTION: The power has been HOURS should generally be discarded Inc., -
904 320. 'of 141 W. Madison Street
658-3333. ext. 7/21.8/11
furnished '.800..1663.88.353 964-8705.,TF 4tpd Starke
off for half! an hour what can I do to because bacteria that cause food
ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY Full time five for total value of
CDX PlYWOOD '"/ 4 ply $8.35; S8"f BOILER FARM approx. 26 acres, on west; position for administrative: keep the food in my 'freezer and poisoning can multiply to unsafe 1243,600.parcels, a

f I., $10.70; :3/4": $12.75. Wafer board 7/I61'', 16. 9604.5156"tchg 7/7.28 secretary In open smallhospital. Previous refrigerator safe? levels on perishables held under Prices of transactions
5/8" NEED BRIGHT ENTHUSIASTIC persistent., ANSWER First call local these conditions., Fruits and are figured
$6.50: Reverse board and battler. ,secretarial experience preferred. Apply : your from tax affix-
Individual to work from home documentary stamps
Smith lumber, calling and if they can vegetables can be cooked and served
1 1399. Stephen businesses. $400 week to Lake Butler' Hospital Hand Surgery power company see ed to the deeds filed in the office of
I:, .68.262.,7. mile South of Stark on Easy tell when the will be immediately as long as
they are
1-786-5000 Bob.' Itch 7/28 Center 850 E. Main St., lake Butler, Fl. you power the County Clerk in the courthouse.The .
7/21 ; If it will be back in still firm anclthere is evidence
301. Itchg 90-4..96.2\23::\ EOE. tchg 7/28 ,, restored. on a no of sale Involved
FULL SIZE MATTRESS box .plng.lrom., NURSING ASSISTANT ,PRN (a* needed) couple of hours, everything should mold, a yeasty smell or sliminess. Terwillegar of Block 18 of the a
excellent condition $70. See Mornings position available. Certificate of ,be Line aS ,long.a. .you.minlrQize Juices can be used provided they portion original
HELP WANTED town of Starke two in the N.
or 7. Brown Trailer Court next to parcels
i Lot hospital experience required. Apply to opening of the freezer and look and smell acceptable. Well-
# Starke drive-In movie. Stchg 7/14-21 .-..., -. .. .. Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery refrigerator doors. I wrapped hard cheeses, butter and J. Jones block of the J. G. Alvarez
PALLETS FOR SAI.Il Oak pallets 3<1.3<1I' Full-time Center 850 E. Main St.. Lake addition Block 29'"of the J. G:
f NEED SUMMER INCOME Or Butler ft. A fully stocked freezer will usually margarine can usually be refrozen;
I $50 each; Other sizes. also available at |lab Call Teresa far Information. Sell '90-4..96-2323 EOE. Itchg 7/28 keep food frozen for 2 days after los- but should be discarded if mold or Alvarez addition all presently occupied -
bargain prices. 964 7699. Sunshine. In. Avon today..964-4101. 7/7-30 OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIENCED MIG ing power.IA' half-full freezer will rancid odors develop. by Terwillegar Motors; 9.95
I'+ dustnes.' 3tchg 7/14-31 REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195. Call WELDERS Crosley Manufacturing' has usually keep food frozen for about 1 QUESTION: How can I decide' acres in the HEVt of the SEV of section
j TWO ACRES Include beef tavern 6 1-755-4040.. North Flo Real Estate Col Immediate opening for experiencedwelders. day. If the freezer: is not full, which refrigerated foods to'' keep 28, Township 6 south, range 22
group
,cabins, and on. mobile home. $65,000. lege. 730TFR.N.sL.P.N.s Layout knowledgehelpful, east In the City of Starke. .
l 964.4412, or 964.8499. 21chIl1l21.2&- :. RN specialists needed far ''good steady work 964-8331. Itchg 7/28 packages together so they retain the after power failure? Other land transactions during the
cold more effectively. Be sure to ANSWER!: : Fresh meats poultry
MANUAL START 40 HP Evlnrude, looks the medical and adult TRAIL RESTAURANT
h' all shifts In MOTEL in lowtey: month of January include: (only
meat and poultry items on lunch meats, hot dogs milk
t and run like new. 1st $500. 9642522. psychiatric unit Require 3 year RN Applications ore being taken for keep raw should eggs transactions of $1,000 or more are
'( Itchg 731UPRIGHT a tray so that if they begin to thaw, and prepared foods be
experience, 1 of which I I. In specialty waitresses and evening cooks. Experience listed.)
''I' VIDEO GAMES Iron Zaxxon I their juices won't get onto other 'discarded if they have been held
: field. Salary 'range $10.27 to $13.67' helpful, but not necessary.Will William R. and Elmo G. Alder'
Tim. Pilot. $150 each. 964.2522. 3tchg hourly depending on experience. LPN' train. Must be 18 years of age Ap- 'foods. above 40 degrees for over 2 hours man, and Ralph P. Bryan trustee,
7/31-38 needed, for evening shift; no e > ply In person only No phone: calls. because bacteria that cause food to Daniel J. Griffls and James A.Grlffis. .
furnished ***********
Porticula
: 12x60 TWO BEDROOM perience necessary; must be licensed. 11chg 7/28 : poisoning 'can multiply to unsafe
block 1 2 and 3 In Govern-
,
:, as I.. $1500 or best offer Slid. In Contact Coral Hodges or Merriet Higgins ,SINGLE WOMAN around 50 years old to levels on perishables held under
in Lakeside Subdivision.
ment Lot 1 ,
camper $300. 431-1033 or; 4961304. Northeast Fla. State Hospital live In and do light housework and these conditions.
Gene D. Adams to
3tchg 7/21-8/3 904-259-6311. ext, )115, EOE/AA. 3tchg cook. Private living quarters. 964-7184. l Wel'dersNeeded Fresh fruits and ,vegetables are and Morgan
Cressler L. Cressler
7/14.38 Itchg 7(28LOOKING safe as long as they are still firm and Josephine ,
r FOR LADY to clean house and For WorkIn there is no evidence of mold, a yeasty Lot 18 in Seminole Ridge, Unit No. 8.

:: County Line Nursery :cook one "country style" meal a day for Local Area smell or sliminess.Juices, opened 5000..
and
Randall
2 to 3 days a week Must hove own containers of vinegar and oil salad Anthony Arnett LaJuana -
: Landscape transportation, SEnd references 'and H. Arnett' to Marylynn B.Wilkerson. .
Call Immediately dressings, ketchup, pickles, jams
y salary requirements to: Housekeeper, hard the NV4 of Lot 4 and Lot 5,
,Owned t Operated by David Wolnwrlghf 1064-63061'I I2H and Jellies, and well-wrapped
Miles East of Storjie onSR In 1206 Raiford Rd.. Stark. 32O9I, 2tpd 18008261368Cisco ,cheeses are safe as long as there is Block 2, Livingston, Truby & Co. addition -

,: 72884AD no evidence of mold growth, and .
e Complete Landscaping & Design SPECIALTY SALESt top commissions, Company they look and smell acceptable. Lillian Bishop to Greg Forester,

Plant Sales'' Cypress Mulch selling calendars, pens, cops and other EOE ,Well-wrapped butter and margarinecan lot on Euclid Street, Sect. 29, ;T6S,
11 .advertising specialties Full or part, R22E. $22,364.William .
usually be
Irrigation Design & Installation time Call Shedd-Brown. Marlon kept as long as they
; $ do not melt but should be discarded, A. Bessent III as Trustee,
I Sodding, Sprigging & Seeding Saylors, Mon. 93. 61$.361.6255. 88-350 ******,****,*' / if mold or rancid, odors develop. ,to Wayne S. and Sally Diann Kinney
QUESTION: When I arrived at Iota 3 i 4 of block 1 of Bessent Manor,
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our weekend home, I was greeted by Unit One. $14,000.
; F ,FOR SALE an awful odor which I traced to the Mary E. Faulkner to Wallace
k A neighbor informed Michael Reid,. Sr., and Genice H.
refrigerator.
Fill Dirt ,Top 'Soil me that there was a storm last week Reid, 22.2 acres in the WVfe of the

L. La Z Boy Large 'or Small Loads of Llmerock and the power was off for 72 hours. SWV4 of section ,28, TSS, R21E.'
$37 740.
I've discarded everything that .is
From Tractor 'Work Backhoe' Bulldozer even slightly perishable and scrubbed Jerald Griffia Construction Co..
: both the refrigerator and the Inc. to James D. and Elena C. Blan-

$199DENMARK L 964-6182 964-6095 freezer, but the odor persists. How ton Lot 6, Block C, Dalewood subdivision -.
964-5823
:! can I get rid of it? $40.000.
ANSWER: Try washing the Gerald Griffia Construction Co.,
refrigerator and freezer with a solution Inc. to Stacy J. and Sabrina A. Par-
of baking soda and water then rlab, Lot 9, Block D, Dalewood' sub'

La-Z-Boy place an open box or dish of baking division. 40900.
in each for several weeks. If the Gerald Griffia Construction Co..
: soda
434 W. Call Street 411 W. Madison Street MOBILE .e.a. odor persists, substitute several Inc. to Mary V. Lewis Lot It, BlockA

964-5826 964-5827 crushed charcoal briquets in an open Dalewood subdivision. $39,500.
Gerald Griffia Construction Co..
container
ri Mon Kri 8OU '.
i A Fact You Can Da Belter At Denmark Furniture odor, an open dish of vanilla extract Block A, .Dalewood subdivision.,

''may help. Unfortunately, If the insulation $39,500' .
SPECIALMOBILE inside the walla of the Gerald Griffia Construction Co.,
Inc to Selma J.. Jackson Lot S
.::::::.::.::.:r. .::.;fr.:. ::.:..y:. ::::.:.::::.;:.;:.:.::<.{. }..:.:{. :r:. .;.".;:-.'.r'':::.}:r.:r.. =.-::.:rvSr. .. .:f.. .;:.;r. ;:.;:.:{:.:f.:. .::.:.::.r.:rf. .;.;:.;:.;:.;:";:'f.= ,will refrigerator despite absorbed the efforts.USDA' odor. it Block D, Dalewood, subdivision., ,
HOME TON persist your
I ::' : $1 11'I 95 Meat and Poultry Hotline $40,900.

'f m: Wainwright ,Produce CENTRAL AIR ''n..II.d"A ;1 ((1-800-539-4555) is a toll-free con- Ronald E.and Doris G. Hildreth to
top-notch/ 1I111 designed $ io sumer service. The hotline's home 'Vernon R. and Peggy D. Barnett. ,
(tor mobile homes.' : ublect) avadabditySingleWide' ': Lot 13, Smokeriae. '
} > economists can answer questions on
l
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\ r With Two Locations to Serve You" Priced from 'the safe handling and storage of Henry F. Hodges to Billy G. and

: : ,US 301 N. SRI0E r: meat and poultry, and how to read RoM W. Swiney. 1.23 acres, (lot 1) in

:':' [At the.Fanner1* Market 'At" the Farm 2 ML E, ;f fe ::: SAWYERGAS product labels. They can with also help R22E.NWV4 $17,000.of SEV4 of Section 15, T7S, '
you evaluate problems meat
>>: Home Grown and products. The hotline L. J. and Audrey R. Kite to Vincent
.J ::: Vegetables Ample Parking Space :: & APPLIANCES poultry
Charles Vanderlinden Jr. 2
:::: No-Walt Check-Out! WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS :: can be reached weekdays from 10 ,
1103 S. '
<< >> WALNUT ST. TAPKE M-7701 a.m. to 4 p.m. eastern time. acres In the SY4 of NEV section 11,
T7S, R21E, (parcels a? and S8).with
:: rGreat for Fresh Picked :f:: 'S, easement for egress (and ingress. '
'
.:.: or $9 000. ,
SHackingBLUEBERRIES Dally : il J. Kite to Virginia B. Cayton,

EmIB-! WE DO RADIATOR, 1.47 acres, tot 13, In Wtt of section,
::::' Vegetables ,T7S R21E. $4,000.

: :: ,Fresh Fruits Sales & SPECIALISTS L. J. Kite to James A. Newman,

.:.: u Lots 6 A 71 acre, in NE* ef section
,, :.:. n < :: : I AUTOREPAIRS Can Truck a Treeton 11. T7S, R21E. $15,000.

l Delicious. r HEADQUjumas roe ALL voua New........ L..J. Kite,Jr. James Allen Griffia -
I AUTO AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS CLEAN REPAIR RECOm I s acres In SW* of section 12,

': sincerely thank each and GeorgiaPEACHES, :. T7S. R21E.- $20.000.Bee

.:?: every one for their continued 33 STARKE RADIATOR & TRANSMISSION; INC.964681O t'6.UI

i patronage and friendship :

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I Obituaries t'ts'
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!Mrs.Jeanette Fazal at the Chapel of Archie Tanner from L Lindenhurst N.Y. He was a '
Mrs.Jeanette Faza,75,of SUrke Funeral Home 'with Rev. James member of Trinity Episcopal 1 s
died Wednesday,July 20 at Bradford Cowart of Northslde Baptist Church Church in'' Melrose, a volunteer "
Hospital following a brief Illness. officiating. Burial was in Santa Fe 'fireman in Lindenhurst N.Y. a III'W,
Born and raised in Bradford Coun- Cemetery with Archie ''Tanner, retired dredge ,operator/captain; ;,.
ty,Mrs. Faza was a member of First Funeral Home of Starke in charge of .and a maintenance employee for the
Baptist Church of Starke. arrangements.Joe City of Lindenhurst, N.Y.
Survivors Include her brother, Survivors include his wife-
Robert Underhill of Lakeland;and a Brown McGregor Marcella Lavey Smith of Melrose; a
very close friend, Mae Prevatt of Funeral services for Joe Brown brother, John Smith of Lindenhurst,
Starke. McGregor of Jacksonville, will be N.Y.; three sisters, Bella Savareseof
Graveside funeral services were held Saturday, July 30 at 1'p.m. at Lindenhurst, Mary Ross of West
conducted July 23 at Crosby Lake Macedonia Baptist Church in Hamp Davenport, N.Y. and Selma Burns
Cemetery in Starke with Rev Ben ton with Rev. J.B. Richardson of of Columbus N.;
Bryant officiating. Archie Tanner ficiating. Graveside services will be held ata i if
,Funeral Home of Starke 'was in Burial will be In Hampton later date In Breslau Cemetery of F
charge of arrangements. CemeterY'' under the direction of Lindenhurst, N.Y. Local arrangements f
Haile Funeral Home,"802, N. Oak are being handled by i
Street, Starke. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
. Mr. McGregor died July 21 at Heights.
Mrs.Llnnie Leona GodwinMrs. University Hospital Jacksonville,
fAnnie Leona Godwin 88 of and was 72 years old. Dj rd of ThanksOur
Starke, died July 25 at the AiachuaGeneral Survivors Include four daughters,' heartfelt thanks to all who extended du+Ar
Hospital in Gainesville, Menetha P. McGregor of Starke, comforting sympathy and
following a brief illness. Mrs. Norma Jean Crumwell and Ms. help in our recent sorrow. For the
Born and raised in Waldo, Mrs. Mary McGregor both of Gainesville, beautiful floral offerings food and
,Godwin lived in Gainesville, then to' and Mrs. Charlie Mae Green of Ft. other kindnesses we are deeply,
Starke to live with her daughter for Lauderdale; one' brother, Rudolph grateful. .
'. /the past few years. She was a Bap-- McGregor of Hampton; two sisters, Family of Mary Francys EuniceIn
tist and the widow of the late Marvin Mrs. Carrie Mae Hollis and Mrs.
LaRue Godwin. Mary Woods both of Hampton 15 MemoryIn
Survivors include her daughter grandchildren.Fritz loving memory of our mother.
Mrs. Marie Sullivan of Starke; three Louise Johns. Two years have passed J I
sons,,Claude of Jacksonville Curtisof "FredV Smith 7/31/86: We are holding on to
Hampton and Earl of Gainesville; Mr. Fritz /'Fred" Smith, 74. of God's unchanging hands because Whopping Big Watermelons..,
\ 23 grandchildren; 46 great. Melrose, died July 25 in Bradford we'll be in that sweet by and by/ 'Thews died .
grandchildren and 15, great-great Hospital following a long illness. mother. monster: watermelon were 51'0by W.K. and Lob Brown of Hampton. In,rust hi* first year of growing.
grandchildren. Born Jan. 10, 1914 In Bronx, N.Y., Love all your kids, he tasty plant, which area favorite for farmer In North Florida. ,
Funeral services were held July 27, Mr Smith moved to Melrose in 1970 Grandkids 71 The lb.blest.!., melon on the right. of;Mr Brown weighed In at 75 Ibj mad the-.mailer* of the. pair tipped the scale at

Mr.' Brown Mid. the feed were ordered from the Cruen' Seed Co. In North Dakota, which promised the"WorlJ.
Largest Watermelon, .
U, S.,POSTAL SERVICE NOTICE I l.ooki".a. If they weren't far off the mark.I,

WINDOW HOURS UESTORECL..,

: Postmaster General Anthony M. Frank-;:; has announced that window ARE THEY LAUGHING :. \ ,J'". :...,
, ,. hours will be restored in post offices across the nation by Sept. 10, 1988. <.
Ii; :'>,', \' The announcement was made at the July meeting of the Board of : .

,;:,1 1",:/,",':"!', Governors.Window service hours were curtailed in February 'temporary WITH YOU OR AT YOU? TULLER.I. I
"',,0 i cost-saving measure in response to the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation
.Act passed by Congress. Chiropractic, Center
The Postmaster General said that savings generated by other actions
.have proved sufficient to assure compliance with the law. He said that lt's'Hard Keystone Heights: Office
window services will be restored in ways that best meet the needs of, ,2608, S. Lawrence Blvd.
local customers. When ,
To Tell '
Starke Postmaster' Helen Davis is 'asking for a response from : 4737213''You
business;residential and rural customers regarding the hours they feel. Haven't Heard The Joke. ",
.will best meet the needs of local customers. ,
Postmaster Davis 'states the hours will remain' the same 'on '
You'relwith
: a group (friends or:family,:Everyone .is'
Saturday. am.; to'12 noon, however, Monday through Friday ; INJURIES
''customers have 8V4 hours per day for service. Presently,-the window talking'and laughing, having' ,good time!, Except'you.* PAIN CONTROL fi. -||
hours are from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. Collection times will not change. You pretend to hear and understand what you're laughing Headaches '.Wok R.t.' ...'
Responses need to be deposited with a window clerk by August S, 1988.' at. Maybe have Neck & Arm SpMll'PtraoitM.
Please fill in the,following and.return to Starke Post Office. you a hearing problem. Sound familiar?' i : Mid Back : .
'I Then make an appointment with ,your Beltone Hearing '! + Am ActiJ.t.
, Low Back & Leg
: ,'; Aid Center today. Many hearing problems can ,be helped. '[ik I
'WINDOW HOURS REQUESTEDMONDAY-Friday "I

;. ,8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. .. .. *, .. .. Mitchells Drug Store FREE HEARING TESTS DR. aiCHARD( a TULLER

'" '8:30 a.rh. :' 5 p.m. I' , ,- ;, ; .- ,' 9:30: -12:30 FREE,Hearing Aid Cleaning

"., ''Other;, .,''I ", ,: ,. ,.,..... J ,,. .. Starke-August 1st (Regardless of Make)' rCHIROPRACTICCAREWHEN .
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A "1""t.ri,' tiui I.// 't. ,It,. r ,r I BcdoneCl!> NEED, IT ;-24. HOURS. I -

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Gainesville Fla 904*'373-5507 Q '
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,'. ,tf ,> ::: )rl'r:':> : r"HEAVY" ARE) IN DEEP> : TROUBLE.

,Styling Salon" ,":;,, t,:. : .{driving> away merchandise. But,they still have a !eays, to. I

454 W..Madison Starke Plaza "" '!' '', '. wheel & deal. Make.Coffer .on anything. in the'store- ,

- ...- -- --- MUST HAVE COUPON -- - -.-.- -- =.. :?,:
1 .' 'I I ," ,If you are in the market' for,a pretty pink,saddle Kim. Grifflsfc .
: Perm Special I, ,I High Lighting I' ': has the only one in the world '-just perfect for you!' ''J I
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: '2800'' 2400 :. _

'i Includes,Put, Conditioner &'Styled : Includes Cut:Conditioner' & Styled :i'"' Wrangler All Sizes HEAVY IS. GONE' Electronic

'Expires. .Aug.JJ988:: .._ iop Haf' Stbhny'! .Mor.. t EpiraS!! -Aug 1,i2! -- J l ffyi Hal ii snqhti Mo.. Pan Handler Special 2" :1/2 3 .Insect'BugKILLER

CareFree: Curl Leisure' Curl .1; CowboySHIRTS :POSTS

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i 4900 ,25 Tear Guarantee I
: 3900 : ;: 3/4'AcreBackyard: ,

: Coupon Expires August 15th88'- : Coupon Expires August 15th88 i: OO ,$]"" 49 $ .1

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Walk-Ins I Welcome ', u p .WhueSupp1yL8st4. '& Patio

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ELI XSON LUMBER CO. \ \ or lawn $ "
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Y\j.\ w/mihor 4 ?5 50Lt .

ST. RD. 238 Providence. -755-6879,, Mon-Fri7-5. x elements Bag-
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Sat 7-12 ;
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I Plywood T1-11,i Waferboard Cement Blocks Sheetrock Spruce 2x4's 'Happy: .

,CUSTOM UTILITY SHEDS ? -' '. 0 n ,

PRESSURE,TREATED 4'XS' LATTICE. i. ,$10.49 Flea Flak I
.. .. S'ale 'e Mange' Medicine -:I

,PRESSURE TREATED PINE. _

8' 10' 12' 14' 16' 18' 20' '12% Pellet. 50 Lb.. Bag: 21 % g

1x8 1.oo '1.30 1.50 1.75 2.00 HORSE ''FEED. N its .

1x6 1.85 2.05 2.69 3.08 3.90 4O Lb or ( t't '

4.09 4. $'7 8_ i

1.65 2.16 2.90 3.26 4.09 $5'. 95 W

3.14 3.94 4 6.10 7.29 8.70 9.60 .Also' Try Puppy Kist ?.80 bag

4.48 6.50 7.30 .

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I2B TELEk.RAPU.., TIMES & MONITOK SUCTION July 28. IW$



I Robber Known as"Pizza Hut. Kid"""? Gets Five Years, Others SentencedTwo I


defendants scheduled for served time since 1982 for robbing the robber fled the ,
prehended after
firearm pled guilty to robbery July '
tan 'out from under a trailer The Drive-In. H was sentenced to 4to
trials Pizza Huts In :
separate this week in Bradford Orange Park andJacksonville.
vehicle, The driver turned out to beKoby' and will be sentenced
18 August 29.
hollered for him to and
owner that
County Circuit Court pled guilty : stop on charge with 121 days ""
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wife. 17-year-old Karen Also scheduled for trial was detained him until deputies arrived.: jail credit.
prison Monday time.and were sentenced to serve The latest series of armed robberyof ,Paige. She was placed In detention, Ismael "O co" Rivera charged In his possession was found a $2 bill
Pizza Huts was in Starke Jan. 17 interviewed by deputies from Starke with burglary of a dwelling and deal- and a broken pocket knife, both July 27 Robert Eugene Lindsey of
1 A third man waited until Wednes- during the morning when Koby and husband's a warrant was .Issued for her. .ing In stolen property., Rivera pled belonging to the owner of the trailer. Hampton changed his plea to no con-
day prior to his trial starting to dressed in a jogging suit and wear-* arrest. I guilty to burglary and wu sentenced Assistant State. Attorney Liz: test of aggravated battery and was'
change his plea. Ing a woman's wig, entered the Feb. 13 Arnie called by Judge Stephan P.. Mickle to ten' Waratuke maintained Rivera was sentenced by Judge Mickle to serve'
Arnie Lee Koby, 24, of Hampton, restaurant, waved ''a ,gun and authorities Koby and said be CrystalRiver yean in prison.Rivera.who there to "rip off" anything be could one year on community control,, ',
known to law* enforcement officers demanded money: from the cash was has'a'long criminal find and the only reason he didn't followed by 18 months probation f '
coming off drugs and wanted to turn history including nine prior take more was he was interruptedby with special conditions. '
as "The Pizza Hut Kid""pled July 25 himself In. He arrested
to-armed robbery of the Pizza Hut register. A similar robbery of a Piz- and was sentenced to five years in za Hut in Crystal River took place in Orange Park and later released to ,prehended after be was Interrupted 1984 River was convicted in Jones Feb., 9 during an argumentand
the Department of Corrections. Feb. 6 where the robber was spot committing a burglary on Forysth Bradford! County of burglary grand fight at a convenience store
Bradford authorities.
,Koby also faces charges for the rob- ting a loud disguise and again was scheduled this week but His trial cancelled was' Road. The owner of a mobile home theft after he and a codelendantstole south of Starke on US-301 near
bery of Pizza Hut's In Crystal River .successful in getting away with an after be pled guilty was before jury returned to find someone bad rifled meat and. other items from 301 Hampton. "
and Live Oak. undetermined amount of cash. This selection. the drawers and closests and after
time however during pursuit of the getting his pistol started looking for

Koby who gained his nickname by robbery vehicle in Crystal River the Karen Koby, originally charged the Rivera intruder., who had been recently To Makf ?{pomor Our finest fasfiumsSpread'Ifa
continuing to rob Pizza restaurants, driver of the getaway car was ap- with robbery while armed with a released) from prison was seen as heBradford or..
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I County Traffic Court Results, ," ,

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The following defendants ap. Mark A. Petty pled no contest Dell pled no contest unlawful tag;; DWLS; fined$101.25, ten days in Jail. ,. ,
peared before Judge George H. DWLS; dismissed. dismissed. Michael Chard Conner pled guilty
Pierce July 19 in Bradford County Troy Allen George pled no contest Ricky Wayne Hall pled guilty DUI; fined $625 license suspended
Traffic Court. Their cases received unlawful tag; provided proof of tag. unlawful tag; fined $101.25. six months, 50 hours communitywork C
final disposition $50 court costs. Hall pled guilty DWLS; fined attend DUI school, Tri County
George pled no contest DWLS; $101.25. 1 probation one year.
Eric Dale Gladden pled no contest provided proof of valid license, costs Joseph Alonza Green pled guilty David Jim Browning pled guilty
Unlawful tag; provided proof of tag, suspended, dismissed. no valid driver license (NVDL): provide DWLS; ten days in jail, pay$180 fine'
ordered to pay $101.25 court costs. Mario Molina pled guilty violationof valid license and will dismiss or within 30 days.Misdemeanor. N -
Carol Thornton Carter pled no con- restriction on driver license; costs pay $101.25. I
test driving under influence (DUD); suspended;court probation 30 days, Martha Sweat Godwin pled guilty CourhJoe & ... II I
fined $362, license suspended six write 250 word essay on why should DUI; fined $362' license suspendedsix Wright pled guilty Issuing wor- .
months attend DUI school 50 hours .not drive without valid license. months attend DUI school, 50 thless check; 60 days court probation '
community work Tri County super John Alan McClellan pled guilty hours community work Tri County make restitution, $52 court
vision one year. 'unlawful tag; $52 court costs. probation.Godwin. costs. violate no laws. sires
,William David Marchant pled McClellan pled guilty second pled guilty Improper tag; Gertrude Cornelia Mitchell pled' "
,guilty violation of restriction on charge unlawful tag; $52 court costs. .dismissed.: guilty possession less than 20 grams
driver's license; fined $101.25. Troy Allen George pled no contest Kenneth Wayne Howard pled DO marijuana; six months Tri County NEwc ,Its
Joan Ferris Barton pled no contest DWLS; provided, proof of license, contest DWLS; fined $101.29. :probation, $52 court costs.
DUI; fined $362.50, license suspended costs suspended. Leo Gilbert Neupaver pled guilty Willie C. Jenkins pled ''guilty NEwsN: !ra wsNEwsNE
six moths, Tri County supervision George pled no contest unlawfultag DUI; fined $625, license suspendedsix criminal mischief; fined $101.25, six ,1.gEwsNEws
50 hours community work, attend ; provided proof of tag, costs months attend DUI school, 50 months Tri County probation, 50
DUI school. suspended. hours community work,.Tri County hours community work, restitutionto ws..,..
Samuel Shawn Clark pled guilty James Lewis Jamison pled guilty supervison. be made or window fixed. '" I'
driving while license suspended DWLS; 60 days Tri County supervision Henry Junior Turner pled guilty Ronald Wayne Stewart pled guilty loans !fashions
\tDWLS); fined $101.25. for 50 hours community work. DWLS; provide valid license and possession of less than 20 grams of ,
Kenneth Darrell Hall contest will dismiss or pay $101.25. Ttt Finest In ladles Fashions'i '
Wayne Howard pled, no Randy pled no marijuana; fined $127.50. '
contest DWLS; fined $101.25 ,no driver license, motorcycle; 60 Tina Mann Thornton pled guilty' ,. ; i i is continuing their :
Michelle Hea ton'Padgett pled no days court probation, costs suspend- ,expired tag; 25 hours communitywork Super Summer Sale July 3O with ',;:,>.: <':;
contest DUI; fined $362, license ed.Frank under Tri County probation six ADDITIONAL REDUCTIONS!
suspended six months, 50 hours community Lee Hill pled guilty DWLS; months. See Page 13B .
work, attend DUI school Tri provide valid license or pay $101.25.' Joseph Edward Thornton pled Starke Plaza Visa Mastercard
'County supervision one year Hill pled guilty unlawful tag; provided guilty DWLS;,$52 court costs. 964-7651 Lay-A-Ways Welcome
Scott Richard Hamilton pled guil' proof of tag, will dismiss, if Leon Cooper pled guilty DWLS;
ty unlawful tag; $52 court costs provides valid driver license. 'fined $101.25.. ..
Ernie George Masey pled guilty, Jonathan Alexander Bresee pledno ,William Lee Drake pled no contest
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AWLS; fined $101.25. contest no driver license, motorcycle -' 'unlawful tag'; dismissed.
led no ; provided valid liceese, costs' Drake pled guilty traffic, control To have smooth running city and county
contest expire tag provide proofof suspended,,dismissed device; fined $52.. and county government, you must have

tag,,all .costs suspended. ,'dismissed William Charles Rhoden pled no ,Laverne violation Patrick on restriction Marks pled' qualified people. In order to have these, '
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'contest fined license people elected, they must contact as many'
Ernie George Massey pled guiltyno DUI; $362 license; proof of valid license,.
motor vehicle registration fined suspended six months, 50 hours com- dismissed., voters*. possible to express their
10125. ; munity work, attend DUI school,'Tri Randall Earl Yon pled guilty qualification As possible to express their: (
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At least three burglaries have veyance and grand theft. They
been solved this week when deputies allegedly broke into a van in Lawteytwo
arrested three people who live on weeks ago and stole tools
SR-18 east of Starke. belonging to Joey Luke., After finding -
Small mechinery and a snare marijuana plants growing in
the back yard !the couple were also
drum pawned at a local pawn shop
started the Investigation which leadto charged with manufacturing cannabis -
the arrest of three people and a ,said York.
warrant being Issued for another. Lt. John Dempsey charged Scott
Richard Hamilton with the burglaryof
Troy Allen George,22:and his wife the Donald Martin's residence for '. a
Rosanna Murray George 18?were after Dempsey recovered a VCR and
charged wtih grand theft (two gun.A.
counts), burglary, possession of forth suspect Is being sought
drug paraphernalia,according to Investigator Tasa Bryant,whose name appearedon .
David Aderholt. The two the pawn! tickets. Bryant
Hamilton and the Georges were living
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SR-18 and a sewing machine, Aderholt and York. Bryant Idaho is also' Rev Ben Bryant Honored at Pastor . wanted for manslaughter in
clothing, furniture jewelry household boa A motorcycle, as yet unreported, Rev.Ben Bryant,third from left, pastor of the First Baptist Church of "We are very proud of our city and are pleased that you have worked to
snare drum and other has also been recovered by the Starke for the past 15 years,was honored at a Pastor's Appreciation Day help make Starke a better place to live,''read the city resolution. '
items from Patsy Ricks' residence, deputies. last Sunday morning.In Above l-rh) Arnold Harper chairman of the First Baptist Church
said Aderholt Those arrested. are awaiting first photo above. County Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.presents Rev. Board -ol Deacons; Rev. Winson Butler New River Associational
July 26 Deputy Doug York charged appearence. Bryant with a resolution "...to express our appreciation: for the spiritual Moderator, Dr John Pelham.vice-president of Stetson University:Commissioner I
the couple with burglary of a con leadership and care rendered our community over these past 15 years." Carter. Mayor Woods. Rev. Bryant,.Travis Kimbrll. pastor;
Starke Mayor Travis Woods,between Carter and Rev,Bryant,presentedRev First Baptist! Church Gf WhiLe Springs,and David Smith.F BC deacon.
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Bryan: Keith Sheffield pled guilty Joseph Edward Thornton pled no 'Dickey Tetstone pled no contest alcohol by a minor; $50 court costs,
criminal mischief; Tri County probation contest possession of alcohol by a battery; $100 court costs, 30 hours 60 days court probation 750 word
fined $101.25, make restitu minor,' resisting officer without community work under,Tri County essay on. effects of alcohol abuse by
tion, violate! no laws. violence; dismissed. probation violate no laws, stay minor. .
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Sheffield pled guilty criminal Edwin C. Haywood pled guilty, ,away from victim. Yvonne McDuffie pled guilty petit
mischief; $50 court costs restitution petit theft, retail theft, resisting ar Simon McCloud,pled guilty battery theft; six months Tri County proba- (
,within 120 days. ,. rest without violence; sentenced to petit theft; 34 days in jail tion, 40 hours community work. Complete'Modem Facilities
Betty Cowan Entsminger pled four days in lad, credit for time credit for time served McDuffie pled guilty petit theft,
disorderly intoxication; $52 'served in each count. six months Yvonne McDuffie pled guilty petit retail theft; six: months Tri County ;
guilt costs. probation,all costs waived.. theft,retail theft; six months Tri probation.. 40 hours ,community Compassionate,. Caring Servic? ,
Mary Jane Bricker pled no contest John Lamar Crews pled guilty County probation 40 hours com work ,
trespass of structure after warning; possession of alcohol by a minor; $52 munity: work. Simon McCloud pled guilty petit for Jour Loved Ones '
90 dauys Tri County probation $50 court costs 60 days court probation. David Antonio Jones pled guilty theft,retail theft;34 days in jail with
'court costs. James Doyle Thornton pled guilty petit theft; fined $180, Tri County' credit for time served, fined $10125 '.> 1'1 Serving All Faiths ,'. ;' ,
David Russell Bricker pled no con- theft, retail theft; ten days in probation six months,30 hours com* '
test trespass structure after warn- .jail, suspended if pays $250 court munity work. Monuments'tiospital Equlpmertf! & Supplies' "
ing; 90 days Tri County probation, costs within 60 days. Tri County Daniel James Sapp pled no contest SFCC Starke Center
$50 court costs, no contact with vic- supervision, violate no laws. possession less than 20 grams marijuana -, Looks Record Term 964-5757
Brian Scott fled'guilty possession of alcohol by a'' ,it, ,:
tim.Barbara Ann Bricker pled no con-, resisting arrest without' ; minor;$50 court costs,60 days court Registration'' for the Fall 1988 ,
test trespass structure after warning ten days In jail, fined$101.25.; probation,750 word essay on" alcohol, ,Term begins August 2 and will be. : .., Archie M.,Tanner LFD If
90 days Tri County probation Zenaida Hernandez pled guilty abuse by minor., held daily from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m, .
$50 court costs,. no contact with. vice; petit theft; placed on 60 days court'' i Donald James Marshall pled' no' A special evening registration wilt ,
probation,violate no laws waive all contest possession less than ,20 ,be held Thursday,August 4 from to 0Zc''ce 7aKKe't'' 7 a1 7,4sl '
timYllah Slocum pled no contest bat-i .costs, stay away from TG&Y: grams marijuana, possession of 8 p.m., .. re cei
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Fighting Substance Abuse. -.,. .
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Scholarship! funds 'are being NEFTI Coordinator for Bradford Bradford County interagency Council The cost of the camp is $tso. per ,
sought to send 12 Bradford County County, "to just pay for my own and the Starke Rotary During Student. Families Against Drugs
youth to the ,Northeast Florida children to attend than to spend lime the 'Just Say No Week' these young began scholarship fund to ,send For !
Teenage Institute 'JSEFTI/ ) In,. I, looking for funds and helping the' people performed their skits at each young people to NEFTI. Because of Ytur'Life; : This; ,
August. youth present programs,but the bat elementary school in the county and the increased interest in preventing
The primary focus of NEFTI Is to tle to prevent substance abuse has to, (talked to the students about,, drug i substance abuse, more youth than
'provide accurate information regar have community involvement' and alcohol abuse expected applied to attend, thus Enjoy life in beautiful Gainesville,''recently rated
'ding substance abuse prevention, "The' message 'of 'Just Say No'must The nine youth who were selectedto creating the need for additional,
Peer counseling and leadership be supported by Bradford attend f' EFTI for the first time funds, the top retirement location in Florida Our "Tree
,skills are taught to encourage each County citizens throughout the year 'are.Alena Jenkins, Achan Jenkins, Tax deductible donations can be City U.S.A." is home to the University of Florida -<"
teen's personal and social growth If these teens know they have com- ,Allison Archey, Heather' Safer, sent to NEFTI '88, c/o Judy Becker;
and to enable them to positively influence .munity support behind them they Bryan King, Keslah Manning, ,Tim P.O. Box 274, Lawteyv Fla 32058. With its numerous
\ their friends and classmates will be encouraged to work harder at Kirkland, Holly Shields and Richard Any excess funds received ?will be cultural and recreational "'
away from substance'abuse. camp and,to be more, involved in1! Wolf Three teens have been chosen' returned to Families Against Drugsfor opportunities ..... y
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community education projects when to return as coun&elors-in-trainmg educating Bradford .
NEFTI is a week-long camp held they return," she concluded. They" are Michael Becker, Mickl youth For further information County call shopping'and' excellent
at Camp Chowenwaw near Green During the past year the five teens Becker and Jennifer Dod e. 782.;3502,' and V.A. "
Cove Springs Experienced professionals who have previously attended NEF regional ?,
in the fields of health, eduac-. TI began a group which has come to medical. facilities. '- !
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services lead the Institute Players This group has been involved g NOBODY BEATS OUR PRICES At 1'heVillageyou'1lbe
'which IS'sponsored by River Region in. the fight against substance close to everythingand ,,
Human' Services, Inc., on behalf of abuse by being, actively involved in still enjoy the, __ '
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Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, ten by young people .about the privacy and spaciousness
The fight against substance abuse dangers of abusing substances and -FISH COOKERS of our 80 beautiful acres.
must be a community effort. The of the alternatives to using these ; 1
young people attending this camp drugs; e 113,000 BTU with '$ QQ With fully equipped rental apartments, meals
are becoming leaders in this fight. They!have; presented programfor t Hot end Regulator; O O ,..*. prepared by Morrison's-trained chefs and plenty,of
"It would be easier for me,"' such groups as Families, Against' S2M '
declares, Judy Becker volunteer!, Drugsr the Hospital Auxiliary, .the 113,000 BTU Deluxe $ ZQ $ : amenities and planned activities you'll enjoy active;
'incl. Basket, Pot w IUd OO 158' rAh carefree living';' all for one! monthly, : All apart

. Swim ,Program a Success, I e POT 1 136,000 BASKET BTU STAINLESS LID .$ 1-7/, O20LB.LPTANK Q .l"t ments include an emergency call system and limited

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A group of 130 children from every and swimming techniques,. ,34 e.,"...........- S12"' .v.v/N. Just fill put the coupon below and plan visiting
school in Bradford County recently, children successfully demonstratedthe /
completed the 1988 Summer Swim three required strokes and the''' nrr !> FLARE < i us, soon to find out how,yoii can enjoy, retirement
Program,,sponsored by the county survival float to earn :a Red Cross ZO % > '5 the way it should\ bet! ,
.school 'system and administered Beginners Swimming Certificate FIGHTER \
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their feet wet for the first time in Wallie, Brandt Samantha Cowart, ,, t. ." <., '" '''I..,:.',;'":.. ,
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Held June 27-July 8, on the beachat Randy Dell, Dana Fletcher Charles Brian, -- :')'f,\4r rt,'iJ.Rllflrf'mmt) Living Th> Way It$houli1$e'.'.\. '"''.:t'j\( ;;;',I)', "."' ,
Camp Blanding Enlisted Men's Folsom, Leslie Folsom, GAS SMOKER 'If'" \ I',
Club, the program provided basic Instruction Glissen, Haley Goza, Corby Griffis, $7800 Features: I,<.';Ihkl\! ':,,In Flat 1-800-6 4-2996 ((904)373.4032) ( 1 i,;:/
in the beginner stroke Matthew Griffis, Pam Hall, Katma 1 ,' I' \
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well as the crawl and combined
I'A, not' -/for 'llo..lIro..ntd orx.nliation" 'fully!m.nu"d by MnrhkM i.1 kdllremrpVkp"YM;' ,
backstroke. Contrary to the belief of Hollis Hines, Jenny Johnson" Matthew ,. on Heavy'Auto ,
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"dog-paddle" alone ,MacWilliams, Stephanie Reagan. Steel'
ficient to save a child may in a not dangerous be suf .Henry Ross, Sherman Ross, James 577 Ignite Fold-Down Yes!! I want to I learn more'about:The,.Village,

situation, said certified water safety Rowell, 'Chris Sembroski Cecil f Square Sequoia Please send additional information to: ;
.arid Ufesaving\ instructor Jennifer Smith;, Jassy Starling, ,Aaron I '

Vaughan. Warner"Gary Wilkerson, .. 40.000 Inches Wood Front Shelf Name ,- ..., ,..,., .....,. ,.. -! -, ? ." ,,

Practically learned every at least child one who'participated stroke-,,, grown The in swimming popularity program each year and haS BTU Heat Address -.. ....... ...,, -,.,...,. ?,, ,.-I p-. .*, ,

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