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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: August 4, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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(' Wortli :J\pting BC Loses Zoning Suit Against Wood 46 Othersby 'I


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Buster Rahn tiffs attorney Terry Brown plus After a non-jury trial April 6, 1968! ,. Family-mobile"home (RSF-MH). jected to the rezoning, and later joined -
,,'. Political Rallies..,, BCT Staff Writer pay' its own attorney, John Judge! Mickle ruled July 27 the county The Zoning Board approved the with 46 other area property ,
: Both'Democrat and Republican' Ruling that Bradford County fail- Kopelousos which could amount to violated the Florida Sunshine Law request with the stipulation, at At- owner to challenge Bradford Coun
candidates are invited to speak at ed to give adequate notice of public' thousands of dollars. (Section 286.011. Florida Statutes), torney Brown's objection, that two ty's zoning procedures.The .
the two political rallies scheduledthis zoning meetings Circuit Judge The zoning suit was brought in and Section 24.3 of its own zoning mobile homes be placed on the backof Yates originally named as'
month in Bradford County. Stephan P. Mickle has found the early 1987 by Ms. Sara Woods who code. the property, away from CR-21B, defendents in the suit, requested the
The first 'will be held Friday, county at fault in the 1987 rezoning. owns some 400 acres across the road Some 18'months request: and The county commissioners subsequently land be returned to its former
August 12 in the fairgrounds arena: for mobile homes' in the Sara Woods from the site in question. Attorney Zenaida Yates the upheld the recommendation'of classification, RSF. The request was, '
Chicken: and rice dinners will be Case. Brown, representing Ms. Woods, objected reclassification of 5 acres on the east the zoning board. approved and the Yates were dropped :
i {. served by the Bradford Roping Judge Mickle's ruling makes the to mobile homes in the area 'side of CR-21B SE Bradford Coun- Sara Woods, who owns some 400 from the suit, ,
Club from 5-7 p.m., followed by county liable for reasonable at for several -years and finally ty from Residential, Single Family acres on the west side of CR-21B \
Candidates speaking. torney's fees and costs of the plainLightning- brought suit in early 1987. 'RSF),, to \Residential, Single across from the Yates property, ob- See> ,Lost Slllt... P"II" 10\
The second political rally will be

held Saturday, August,27, in'
Theresa, hosted by the Theresa 5 2 Races

Volunteer Fire Department. Fish' i.1 r !aA
suppers will be served at 6:30: p.m'* c. 5 .5' sh
II' for 53 per plate-for adults. $2 for :,
children under age 12. Caandiddte ': "
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.; Please call after 6"p.m.. \,: ,,.::'.:',, ; wife Ann, with MayorWoods ore, the1pins
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" SSAT-H Program... '," ": : ,;' .;!, Group 1. '

I \, incumbent Bobby Biggs is being
, Myrna Lou Hurse, director.of .I''\y, .$""t1 challenged by Danny Belcher in
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Federal & Compensatory Programs J' Croup! 1.Group.
,/0. announces the State Compensatory ( ," ,'"
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provide funds for an After School Ed Wall, who first tried; for (the city
-(" Tutorial Program at Bradford High. council two years ago and lost to
", 'School during the 1988-89 school ". ,. Mayor Woods;, and Julius Eunice
.term. who ran against Jimmy Bowen for'' '

" ",, 1 Students that have failed! the \' chief of police at one time are vying'
,,;,,' SSAT-II ( Math and/or communica \ for. the vacant Group 3 seat frpm
;V tions.will be eligible' fdor the, ii. ''i ,-- which former Commissioner Jimmy
1.1:1:? ''Tutorial Program.'The' Tutorial' ;( Battling Blaze... Crosby re ignd.Hl"glstration! ,
JoI%t': Program will begin the second
J' Firemen battle the hot blazeof Books.,.
'l week of school (August ,
i/-''/ '" 29-September, Tutorial classes; ', the 99->ear-old Sternburg City'registration books are .open'
I'I'' I will meet each week from 3:20: to house at Cherry and Washington 'until August 12.
'': '4120: (p.m.: at Bradford High School. Streets lastThursday. The Starke election, is Sept. '1.1. II
;", ,' Any student interested in attending Half a dozen streams of water 'week after the' ,count ys' first'
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I"" a Tutorial Class ( Math or' ,. ,were poured on the root of the primary., '
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f-,, 'Communications) should contact :3-story structure which firemen i'
II 1:', Mrs. Hume at the Bradford HJgl, surrounded. A bucket truck wan
A!< School Board Office! (Ph,,: 964-6800)) used to get water directed on top Simmons -
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I'le ( .on or, before August 19. Firemen were
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!1i ;""I : house by tall chimneys which
%'r1':) :,\1 Books Close Aug. 6... they feared might fall on them Rides'
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a deluge gun '
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.' 'Reglstratio'q books for the Sept. 6
: get a volume of water on the
i,:.c\" : '?; ',0 first primary county and state elections house.
jl\\\ close this Saturday, ''Aug. 6. Lady fireman Joyce Cooley "

'S,, The office of the Supervisor of works on her breathing apparatus ,Again '
t(,r. Elections Neva Flynn will be open In the photo at left.,
:, from 9 a.m. to 5 Saturday in S
?'!; ; p.m. -S See Page 4\ for a historical '
'i-V r, ,/,i;' the Bradford County Courthouse'to, review of one of the most majestic by Joe Gissy -
?,;.' :.;,;", ,:" help last, minute registrants. + I uw homes from Starke's early BCT Staff Writer "' .

t I,',ra' days., Hampton Marshal Hay Simmonsis
11',. back on duty, after'' being ,.
\, .: Duck' Race. reinstated following court ruling. '
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," Hits Historic Starke Home Thursday; July 28. ?
{;;' The American Cancer Society is The judgement; handed down by
f:t, '. : promoting a duck race on Silver Circuit Judge'' Stephan Mickle; was
( : ;, River at Silver Springs; Florida based onthe failure of the City of
i->+t; Saturday, September 10. The !gate :Phones Communications Cut Here ''Hampton to follow its own procedures '
k[a.; for the race will open at 5:30 p.m. in dismissing the marshal,
,lS',.,' With the race beginning at 6 pm. without first suspending him a pro-'
1,0": Bradford County residents are A direct hit by a "Hot bolt" of lightning '(up to 75,000) degrees ('.) on the tricity in the north end of :Starke, Including traffic lights on bUsy'US30l.. cedure (that specified .in the city
encouraged to sponsor a duck or roof of a 99-year-old house at 556 N. Cherry Street,brought out trucks Lightning damaged a Centel telephone cable about 8 p.m. Sunday, both charter,
;';:, 'ducks, for $S each, in this fun from four fire departments and 25 to 30 firefighters in a successful effortto above and below ground leaving 400 residents out of service. Repair In addition t to regaining his
'(" draiser fight cancer. Each duck> contain the fire at the roof line. crews had to walt until the storm was over to begin repairs and it was 6:30: $22S-a-week job Simmons was
''," will be numbered in order to iden- 'The Starke department received the call at 6:47: p.m.ThursdaY'J: ly 28. p.nv Monday .when service was restored. awarded back pay since the time of
f : ,;\ ,':' tify the sponsor, with winners and was at the site three minutes later. Other departments responding; to his firing in April 1987.:' He will also
;ii, ,. receiving prizes, from a trip to< calls for help were Heilbronn Springstown of Lawtey and Lawtey Curl (Communications Out...' be paid the costs he'incurred to bring. ,
;I": Hawaii for two, to a 35 mm rectional Institution. Only two telephone lines Were left operational at the jail after Sunday's( the suit to trial, ",
;\;.( )"'11 1 camera Ken Pierson owner of the historic house built in 1889, was not at homeat lightning. ,, ''"The judge ruled on a technicality
. q.: "ii', / Register for your duck at one'ofthe the time but arrived about 30 minutes after it was discovered by Ed; County fire rescue and medical communications were out for about a /' said Hampton Mayor Elwood
" (1,( following Starke business I and Marie Green neighbors who live across the street, when they smelled half hour, until they could be transferred over to an auxiliary system. All Padgett': Simmons was fired
Kati'i"" '.;" firms smoked following the lightning bolt, and called the. fire,department at equipment was in place for the switch to the auxiliary equipment, says because he was not doing his job the:
a').', 'I' Community; State" Bank (Both 6:47.: Communications Director Jerry 'Thompson The change switched the ''mayor has stated.' According to the
,'{, locations) Starke lire chief Dwayne Hardee said 'the combined'departments were base of communications to the Rescue Department and Derrick Dowdy Mayor, one month he had logged only -
,;. ': vMerle Norman Cosmetic Studio able to save the main body of the huge frame three-story structure "'' 'worked all night Sunday as emergency dispatcher, ) 47 hours of duty, and was still
1'' !,;".' : Stump's( Department Store because the fire was confined to the shake shingle roof. Water damage to It gave the county a chance to operate the emergency equipment, instead drawing his paycheck. Simmons
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It Western Steer Family SteakHouse the house interior and the owner's collection of antique clocks and other of just test it, says Thompson. said that he was sick for three weeks
,l 'artifacts was extensive, however. The damage was Only partially that month and was on call 24 hours
Sponsors will be competing with covered by insurance, Pierson said. In'the City..< a" day except for the time he was

t'ih : .. some 60,000 entrants statewide.., Hardee said that firemen had "cleared the scene" by midnight Thurs Starke crews worked past midnight Sunday restoring electrical service disabled.
,',.,', day. He expressed appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Green who opened drink knocked out by lightning throwing electrical breakers out, and getting Dissatisfaction with Simmons had
,Hi'" machines at their places of business. across the street, and provided tree limbs off electrical wires after the high winds. started much earlier, however
'\\j" Upcoming.I .. drinks for firemen throughout the four-hour fight Burger King also provided dating back to late.1986. Not guar.
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food for at the Distance.. ding the crossing at the Hampton
: Public meetings scheduled in the firefighters scene. Long
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1 ,. Pierson thanks to who assisted in and Lake exchanges Elementary School morning and
coming weeks are:: expressed neighbors removing some Some 6,000 customers in the Starke, Lawtey Kingsley chief
(I'i,., ', '. + Keystone Heights Business Promotion of his clocks and. other antiques from the house during the early minutes lost long-distance service at 10J5: a.m. when a Southern Bell 'evening and not,seeing were the him on duty complaints brought,
of the blaze. cable cut by digging equipment between
f1; Friday, August 5, Stores underground fiber-optic was
from councilmen.
, ,:;' ;, open to 9 p.m. Country and Western 4-A( For), a background story on the history of the 22-room house, see page ,Orange Park and Middleburg.Other complaints Simmons refused most to give the coun-

1M",' ,-, "', Band.- Brooker Council meets Tuesday than the historic Cherry Street home in Starke there was no major cil a schedule for his activities saying

til:" '",: August 9 in City Hall at 7:30: Lightning Storms...,. damage from the lightning and wind storms.. Just Inconvenience and it would ,be' unwise to publishSee'

WI, '" : p.m. Both the Thursday and Sunday night lightning storms knocked out elec- long hours on the, job by repair, crews.
t ; Hampton Council meets Tues ,Marshal... P"
,;:. day, August 9 in City Hall at 7 p.m


";L',,,, '' -budget Hall- Starke at, 7:30 Tuesday Council p.m.Bradford ,.-August workshop 9rm on City Commission: Turns Down Additional Deputy for Second Timeby I


I' ; Commissioners: &. most ," Reddish said. and Fresh Water Fish Commission
important
't'' "1 budget workshop Wednesday, In making the request for the second -
Buster Rahn Retjdish Request... time. Sheriff Reddish said he The last three deputies hired by police lakes and streams leaving
1'(. August 10 in Courthouse, at 7:30: BCT Staff WriterA municipalities to police their areas
In addressing the commission had not been officially notified that Bradford County came from Clay
I.. ,1:?I'. '. p.m.- Chamber Commerce Board. plea Jor an additional deputywas Sheriff Reddish said he had submit the.position was deleted by the commissioners County, Reddish said adding that although we always help"out when
" ,,., turned down for the second ted the budget request for his although the decision Bradford County- pay scale is on towns need our assistance, Reddish
;,, of Governors..Thursday. August 11 time. Wednesday, July 27, by the said.
It department as required by law parity with surounding counties,
i made followingthe
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at in Santa Fe Community was
noon
County Commission, even though representing, in his opinion, the Clay Baker and Union. "This office has a duty and respon-
j"+ "1" College Conference Room.JL" Sheriff Dolph Reddish was sup- amount needed to operate his office presentation.Sheriff Reddish distributed a "Qualified people'' go where the sibility to respond to Starke Citizens
Board
,, Bradford County School ported Harold Hill and a of and I cannot refuse," Reddish told
by group for the fiscal 1988-89. is. Reddish told the com-
year ; only five Florida money
35 ; ';, meets Monday August 15 in Ad residents from the Santa Fe Lake survey showing missioners. commissioners.. ,
";;!\rt) :;, ': Building on Temple- Ave... at 7 area Southeast\ Bradford County,, .Sheriff Reddish had 'appeared counties have fewer deputies than Reddish concluded by asking ''If Idon't

; )\ r'I'' p.m. before the commissioners the week Bradford. Adjoining Baker County Will Not Appeal...., have deputies to respond, what
;)J! ": ';', :' o Starke City Council meets before, and asked for a ninth deputy has 14; Alachua County. 163; Clay can I do?" '
H ,:,;Z;',;,,, .. Tuesday August_ 16 in City Hall, at Sheriff Reddish spoke" ut length, in position,while explaining his budget County 89; Union County, 7. "Weprobably "I understand about the money; The appeal to which Sheriff Red-
f' "i' 730; p.m :addressing the need for the additional !-' request. Following that presentation have the fewest deputiesper' since I have submitted budget re-: dish made reference is a process in
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11 -: :i Bradford County Commissioners deputy sheriff position, and the commissioners had denied capita of'an> county. in the quests. I have a mind-set not to appeal which county constitutional officers
,. '" ',,', meet Wednesday August 17 was followed to the podium by the position,stating that 'the money state." Reddish said. the budget, because I believewe may appeal their budget requests to
on zoning and other business in Harold Kill, representing residents isn't there. In asking for the position. Sheriff Reddish reminded com' should settle our own problems, the state if opposed or denied by
Courthouse at 7:30 p.m. living In the SE corner of the county. ; Sheriff Reddish said the total missioners that he is requesting a face to face. I believe in local control county commissioners. An appeal bya
Starke Zoning Board meets The commissioners'' dismissed the cost,' Including salary, uniforms, single position, not an around-the-: and" I will not appeal the county sheriff Is normally heard
Thursday August 25 in City Hall, request virtually without discussionor personal equipment and automobile clock coverage, which requires 4-5 budget. the sheriff said. by an Administrative Commission in
at 7p.m. comment, with Chairman Mosley'Instructing comes to $37,152, and Is an "all or people to man. 24 hours a day,?days ."This 'county has never been the Governor's Office. Clerk Brown
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Board isn't a week. "However have, an financially able to afford routine .
Bradford County Zoning Clerk <;ib Brown to nothing"request. If the position sald.i;
meets Tuesday August 30.,7 pm. notify Sheriff Reddish the position approved." the obligation the people on board, patrols..let' the Florida Highway
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Holtzendorf To Seek, County Commission Seat


Life 'long Bradford County resI- this his major concern after he is roads'but strong leadership is lacn- High School in 1947, and I continued maintenance and supply; When I
dent and businessman Ben Holtzen- elected to the County Commission."I Ing. I will direct my efforts to ensure my education by attending service retired from CSMS in 1983, t held the
dorf has decided to seek the office of plan to work to strengthen the that everything is being done to- schools and seminars,consistently position of Allied Trades Foreman
County Commissioner District 5. local law enforcement agencies and alleviate the problem." over the years. and I supervised nine employees. I
"After much thought and research encourage citizens to become involved This November, the citizens of In 1946, I joined the Florida National held titles in supply,in auto and tank
of county problems feel that 1 have, to reduce the flow of drugs into District Swill make Important decisions Guard and began my military repair, as machinist as Inspector/
the time,background, and expertiseto ,our county. We need to join together' on the county commission Ben ,training/ .I served In various units in as Inspection foreman,and.as Allied
deal with those present now or the problem will never end," Holtzendorf has the time, northeast Florida and traveled to Trades Foreman. -
county now faces and plan problemsour for its said Holtzendorf.The background and experience to fully many Army posts in the Harriette and J'were'married In
future ,growth," said HolUendorf building and maintenance of represent District 5 in the coming southeastern United States. After :37 1952, and we moved back to the, r.aP
our vote and in the county roads is another issue that years. Ben Holtzendorf said, "with years of service, I retired from the farm.We had four children CharIest
,genera election, 1\will support be able to needs to be addressed by the Brad- your vote and support I assure that Florida National Guard Quarter- born In 1958, and Richard Alan and
make a difference for our county," ford County Commission. The District 8 will have strong represen- master Company/> 'Jacksonville, in Lynn. In 1964 we purchased the first
citizens need a county commissioner tation on the Board of County Com- 1983.1 had attained the rank of Chief part of the farm and the remainderof
Drugs have been a major problemin that will diligently work to accomplish missioners." Warrant Officer. I transferred to the it six years later We have lived on
Bradford county for many years, this goal. Ben Holtzendorf I was born in rural Bradford County U.S. Army Reserve and am still a the farm since 1952 with the excep-*
and the problem is growing daily. said "We have the resources to accomplish Florida in BradforddCounty member. tion of short terms of duty that required -
Ben Holtzendorf is going to make' the task of building new graduated from While I was In High School,I work- us to live in other locations.
ed In various Job settings. Upon I joined the Republican party in
graduation, I worked for a construction 1981 and decided to work toward
company and in a furniture fac building a local party organizationin

I Carter To Seek Re-Election tory.,In 1951 I was hired as a civilian accomplishing Bradford County.this goal.Slowly In we 1984 are I Ben Holtzndorf

military technician at Camp Blan- ran for County Commissioner coun- Seal,. ............ $.ot
ding, Combined Support ty wide. In the largest election ever I
Maxie'' Carter. Jr., announced'' commissioner and we will soon have Maintenance Shops '(CSMS). At held in Bradford County,I received
Monday,July 18, that he will run for another new commissioner in the CSMS, I worked in all areas of 38,3 percent of.the vote.
re-election for the seat of county: District 1 seat. I believe my experience ,
commissioner District 3, and leadership ability will,
Carter,59,has served as District 3 'be an asset to the" board in the com- '
commissioner for the past J2 years."I ing four years he said.
believe that it is especially Important Carter is retired from Florida RE-ELECT ,AND KEEP
to' have a person who is Power and Light Company, His wife,
knowledgable of the problems facing Kitty Is a registered nurse
our county at this time," he said. employed at the Reception and
Medical Center in Lake Butler
Carter notes that he has always f
been conservative and plans to con- The Carters have lived on East ESTHER S. 'HALL
'tinue to be conservative in his Call Street in Starke for the past 30
years.They have two sons. Brad and
political views. Keith,and four.grandchildren. TAX COLLECTOR OF BRADFORD COUNTY
wII "W now have II Born and raised in Bradford County,

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Maxie Carter Jr. During the construction of the Hoover Dam, concrete had to be poured '
I continually for two / will be a friend to all of the people'of Bradford

Dist. 3 Co. Commission COL/ntyand show it by helping you at all times

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PENSACOLA CHRISTIAN

'CITIZENS COLLEGE ENSEMBLE ., E'
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From,:Your ,Sheriff \. August 9 at'' 7:30 PM


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DOLPH, E. REDDISH, tiler f-+ Singing SkitsInterested '- 'i


Bradford County just may have the most economically operated, in going to

Sheriffs Office,'in the,State of Florida! ,, Christian College?

I \ t Come out and enjoy
(14)) throughout the
'The,table below represents fourteen counties '

state of like size/population for comparison purposes., Pastor Stockton Smith this'program.

Invites AllREELECT
PER CAPITA ,
1987-88 FY '
COST
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,"" ; '/ $ 27.60
23,476
'$ 647,895.00
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,,;17J84" ,- I'' .: $, 51,59t JIM..
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; '::: : $' 61,17 DUNCANSUPERINTENDENT
18,270 .
; $1,117,613.00, .
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FLAGLER ),';;)\;,<":',''';//1' ''1" ,'843,530; .88 ', ,"; :,::,"::I":>, (\\)17"1'482;;:;';) J,' ,,r ',i ;,"',, 1;'I''',,' ,J''',\ ,' "$105' ,.,'45 Supporting the Special Olympics, program, at ';>' I'h\ i," ,
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The citizens need to know that'your" Sheriffs. Office' is doing with, Supporting the ,efforts of all schools. to 'provide'\:,,::::,,1 jd"e'! 4" "l," .,

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dollars worth of service quality ,academic, music performing arts ';: 1k! ,
tax dollars You decide if you're getting a : ;, : :
your ,and physical education.' :;activities ,':?'::':Y::':> JoI
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I believe my 16-year Officer. ,.. Introducing "Stay In 'School" programs, 'at BMS, ,"','' .:'\1:';;;,'."II! : '
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Lawtey, ,BHS and the, Vocational, Center ''through '; "\1':<'-

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DOLPH E. x

BRADFORD COUNTY Actively seeking and 'receiving special funds '

II for drug abuse prevention,. AIDS education I

KEEP REDDISH SHERIFF ,science equipment and Instructional television

'VOTE FOR: Experience ,. Leadership Commlttment

THERE'S ,NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE"pd.pol.adv. to show,the' State and Nation that

BRADFORD COUNTY is' GREAT PLACE IN WHICH TO LIVE 'AND LEARN
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'1'0 by Buster Rahn to complete the round no worse than proved to be an laid '"'t r
'I ;:;", BCT Staff Writer a 74 (a over par), he turned the course in ;
i:',, fries County golfers and Standing on the 5th tee, now down winning tournament j
of Bill Adams.were elated to 5 strokes, Adams pulled, himself Bubba Wilson was
lee him on television Tuesday even- together'and began to hit the ball pro division with 142. ;
ing, after winning the Pro Division like the pro he is, playing the,remaining Although Adams took "j
of the Gates PGA Open Tournament 14 holes three under par. lie bogey and a double bogey,
', in Ponte Vedra. took a 40 on the first nine, and tame two rounds ((36 holes)
,''rk i Although Adams has won the back with a 34 on the back nine, a, bogey. In playing 36 holes,
,';' :. :?::\, Gates PGA, Tournament twice tremendous recovery for any golfer.At pars,7 birdies, 1 eagle and ,
,: before, this win saw a bad start turn the end of the first round on rather forget In the ; the
into a super round. Monday Adams goes 'into ,the'' 'Adams hit all 19}fairways / district'
;'" I Monday, playing Deerwood clubhouse with a two over par 74, greens, a remarkable feat.
Adams started on the back nine 1 three strokes down in the pro divi The Gates PGA Open is it
with hole number Jo being his Mat sion. old. Adams has won three

hole, He parred the first hoTe t ;feeling been runnerup once. came
that he was off to a good start. Tuesday Different... one time and finished in
The second hole was a disaster.He Tuesday the tournament tYipved one time, but he isn't
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i hit a flyer off the tee, over the green from Deerwood to the Ocean Courseat position. ,1 ntlv
:'? and!hit;' the cart path.He hit a second Ponte Vedra,' and Adams shot an Adams, 35, said he has
'' ;'-,' d" ball off the tee, with' no better outstanding 66, to overcome Eric from Hawaii to New
,+I.,. results Finally, he hit a third ball,' Smith's three stroke, lead on Monday Miami to California.The .
.',' : his Stn shot with penalties, and took Smith, with a 71-72 fell off the members of Starke .1"I
\ '.; ; ,':' a triple bogey 6 on the par three hole pace, and lost to Adams by strokes. Country Club ,are proud : !
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,, (",I \ :"i", behind him, Adams parred the third well on Tuesday" which That's the way to go, Bill
f 1 : ',.' hole, and
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,',1"';'" ." with Adams taking a double bogey. I

..,I" He is now 5 over par in four holes,an ,
almost impossible situation for a
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'>;i ,: ;.) Wednesday,said he has shot a 74 in ,
':,.1 i '," : ,the first round at Deerwood for the and can't work;, your, ;
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,;+ ;, i 1\;\:", that he would not snoot a 74 on Mon payments don't ... !
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\!\ ',t,";' ,'1 four holes, Adams said a 74 began to See me for Individual credit disability
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dismissal saying the council has .. ,, .. ....
no Yh M.'":, ,I r1j Juaga .. Novo.MrK. '''Q '...oot '
!VI;py) :,).\, '" authority to fire him, that he COUNTY DISTRICT :3
I'r' :':;"," \,,\ ,', answers only to the voice of the peo-' -
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: Harold Hill,president of the Santa,
\ Fe Lake Dwellers Association, said
"' ':' ',"; 'We thought it appropriate to come '
<: '',, ''j' in at this time. Six cars have been 7T

'*,. '," .", 1,1i'!, broken into at the boat ramp bet 117'
:U"('' '3'; ween 2-6 p.m.Nobody is covering the
, :, area,and we cannot assure people of :J '
" 'surveillance by law enforcement officers. '.12%APR I40O DOWN. $66 MO. I 1'IOJS TAX,TAG &TTTl.E'
", We want to provide a little
more< common sense in providing
' ,I ,surveillance for the county. I '88 4f l L MSRPl'I.797'MSRPI9,7,61' '
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,,::' understand waste problems, but we ,
, ,,',. need police protection. Included inThis t.-J.- 1300 3461mi --' !.e .
>:!' : ,.2, "It doesn t compare.: With 13 officers DISC. DISC. __ .
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HP1fr: ,,;\; :, covering the whole county. Now is Sale: 10,497PlucTu 16,300
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\ the time, while the opportunity is 4dr. Sedan : ,Flu*Tax:
it;, '/I,;',,, i: 'before us to provide additional staff. Celebrity ,
l\tt.i\ ,.:,} (:';;,', : I His staff is inadequate. I'd like to '88
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4f,iliJ"crl': ,,:::" Chairman' Mosley 'said, "'1 know : X
,,;;". ;, ;" this doesn't nswer.all}problems,but 1CadillacFleetwood 992O
:', '/",:','t, the bottom line is,dollars. We'll: ;;. 'fliOl1O,2OO 1; ;
'i' revisit the sheriff's budget again 1084 FIu.T < ,. : B...u. GTi:* Coupe
<;''j :," \, ,tonight, since it' must be ins '
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VI" / ;(,I CommissionerMaxie Carter Jr:' ; "
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: \\J.Ii'},: 1"i i""i, 'years'and he (Reddish) has alwaysbeen S DISC. 3133' DISC. 1886 ,
.' conservative in e 1-Olds Custom .
budget
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I :()fl'iJ\\I.\\: "' Carter'' '"This Is very 5-Olds Ciera ..

;IJ} !;;,:;I,i\: '.." ''unusual to have a delegation to come ''MSRP 14.998 MSRP 18,263 -
' I'I\ ;!'''{ t before the board in reference to a 4-Olds: Calais / x.: '
' )::.W r:;;YY' budget request."
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,t/1'H;:, ,1i, Commissioner Wilbur Waters 1-01dsFirenze L aDISC.. 4498 DISC.2Chevrolet 2393 ;; =
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fig',,,\" ', ",',t' Commissioner Riddick whohad ColI..c.lo' SIStd.., 1O14 pb T'"' !
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I .;,' in the earlier vote,said"$38,000 3-Cavalier
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;S) 11'TiV$ :' \ ,( ''won't make us much worse off.You .: MSRP 2O, 28 ; / MSRP
Mv"J;:: :;ii(;," know how I feel about it.." Reddick 3-Berretta : '
1\I\;(:; \; ;'I\, ;.' recounted an incident in which a : DISC.' 3028 DISC. 2721 '
, : :,::i',( '," ', deputy couldn't find the home of a ,2-Corsica :.....- ; :::' ;
' I/,; ::';:::' lake area resident that died recent 17500' 13,220, --- v.
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;- : ', / Carter, "Leave it alone! .11" Royale
" \ ';ijl"ii, ;!;( Chairman Mosley instructed: Clerk1' e 1-White Iroc 'j i! : :
IJ'' '' ''' :' advise Sheriff Reddish the 'a. : \ -- -
''' '' )L;'I Brown to .. All Cars Priced
,;'\ v:', :'1;, position will remain deleted. w/T-Tqp ;' MSRP 16,150 ,

i'i'4,1.!,,,}, .;;:,: ,:;:\'" .'Millage Rate...' :. 3Pickups'i: ; ;;' DISC. 3155 : for ImmediateM. ,

,, : ,: A tentative millage rate of 7.783
\\111'' ",''j" /;' was approved by the commissioners, ;, ,.,:" :12,995: .. .. Delivery! !
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;'I''>\' .same amount of money that was produced -
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" ,,:: $f':' ,7.903 mills When budget reviews' ,'83 OLDS DELTA '
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1 BLAZER TAHOE
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ROYALS BROUGHAM
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;;,;:-:'';: ; firmed,'commissioners will review'' 4x4-8,000, Miles Silver G/Ulungew. .Loaded 34.000 Miles$1O,695 ,9.000 MI..i Soft Top 5Sp.Air I Owner- Like New 49.000 ML
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3,1 a +,., ,:':,", The budget remains $1.4 million $12,895 6f9OO $ 6'2OO'ORIAN

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,:",1.+';,,'1('Ytit,;,,? and disbursements.
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' ,'f.:''"I,.. J',,, p.m. and Chairman Mosley says the J::: .
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Last Historic' House on Old "


( ,''Pennsylvania Ave. Threatened ,;' ': ,', '
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"Pennsylvania Avenue" (now' Cherry shake''shingles\ that "set him back" some
Street), once dotted with the fine homes of $16,000. Together( with ,architect Terry > .
wealthy ,oil and coal families from, the Patray, Pierson had completed plans for
North,came near losing(another landmark Call' the restoration which he hoped to completein
residence during a thunder ,and'lightmng( six months Under his ten-year, plan. He
storm Thursday night: still has hopesInsurance : '

The 'stately southern-style mansion,
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originally built by Mr and Mrs. Sidney J. Out inspectors have determinedthat
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tile fire was the result of a direct hit bya !
(Sid
); Sternburg( in 1889 was carefully con
structed by carpenters brought( here from "hot bolt" of lightning that struck the'' ,
base of one of the tall brick chimneys in the
Chicago (or the job, that required six mon
ths ,to complete: It contained eight front part of the house. The chimneys were Ll
fireplaces ,with oak-carved mantels and n r 'MtM so well constructed that efforts by firemento
T/ topple another one with water pressure
'was finished in tile and;! rare curly pine,
!' for safety reasons, failed to knock it down
with an ornate' staircase leading, to the se-
cond story

The present ownen.Ken Pierson, a UPS 'Although( \,insurance negotiations( are not
'United Parcel Service) driver,.who fan yet complete, Pierson says he was.badly
cies old houses and antique clocks, has underinsured, due to previous breakins at
owned the home since 1980, purchasing it the home, and the depreciated Value of the
from' the estate of Mrs. Carrie Ritch aging( structure, which was impractical to
widow of the late Nelson T. Hitch,one time insure fat its "full replacement value", lie
president of the old Bradford County Bank 1 is not discouraged, however and is determined
'" to restore the,house,impossible.
(now Florida National}}),

Pierson used 'to. deliver.parcels' to Mrs
'hitch, then an invalid confined to her In'addition to being a sports car, fanciera
home, and decided he had found what he ( Porsch.!is parked in his yard, among( ?y?' a,
.was looking for,:after viewing( similar styled The \ other vehicles and motorcycles)* Piersonis
places in Mieanopy and other old towns, a collector of antique clocks, one of ,.: -
in the rea. ,which was a German-made 1838 +'Grand- L i8 tf aM
mother" clock he valued at 8500.., It was
'He "allowed, himself ten years 'to com Bucket ,destroyed by fire oii the second story A
plete restoration of the.1890 vintage structure fine"Grandfather"clock,valued at$7,500 '
and believes he can still make that escaped unharmed. There were innumerable 1H' -
schedule if he obtains backing for a low In- antiques'' and collectibles

terest loan, based on the historic value of Brigade; displayed and/or stored in cardboard ..... ....'-- ,' ,, _
the house. He had already replaced the old boxes, throughout the ,22 rooms in the W .. ... '
roof, several\ years, ago( with traditional, house "t, (Photo liy Larry Oglesby;

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Back to History Historic I tome Almost Lost

Sidney J. Sternburg( and 'wife,. Angie: I'he palatial Sidney J. !Sternburg home, built by a wealthy. coat unil oil 'fjrtiilv
: / '? etUTOTUALSfV : ,, came to Starke in the 1880s to visit fellow from Pnm.s)Ivunii! has stood on the corner of North ('herry and Washington
::' I'I'; ,:; : \ :" .,;,, : ,northerners who had already moved'here, turret 'suite: !111119., The I entire third story'attic and roof were destroy ed by fire
', : ';; "' i t participating; in the orange-growing; fever: lust 'I'hiu's ;
':. ; !" ,, : .., ('L'i:1t : ,, that swept this area of Florida shortly ill the bane of one, of the eight chimneys In the structure The current owner
-- '\: W' II. "..'" ", I'' v"/\'I., '" '' ;;',: after the post-Civil War' Reconstruction Ken PI.'r....... hopes! restore, the house,.since the first two floor "uH"red'llIly.
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':;,'/\,1)) 1 ;.!('. ;"" I "' ', ''II\l: ,( ".: ,northern friends already here the J.M.
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Trubys and the E. Strong; family the

: '>"Lakewatch''Program; : Provides Sternburgs returned to Emlenton and remained : .a r .
there/' another two years or so '< .' .
(, I before deciding( to return to Florida to live: :iT ..
Pollution After:several years in rented houses on __
M eans for Control Adkins Street,\just west of the railroad, '

( they purchased property at the corner of' '," ..... "! '.. ,'. '
what is now Cherry and Washinton Streets ,:,.. :.." '
realizes that the of and built a line home. to match those oftheir1 ,
Everyone quality' Lake has already been'invoJ"ved in'the' Pennsylvania friends' On old ,: y.

our lakes which are ,this ,regIOn'sgreatest program for several years, Property 'postcards of that era the street was labeled"? r
natural resource is'steadily'"declining owners there have used data gatheredby Pennsylvania Avenue and overthe, years ; l;(

:* Water,, quality in these takes:, their.volunteers to successfully blocka was, changed; to Cherry Street.' ::

as far as bacterial l count is concerned, is sewage treatment plant in the :area" Soon 'after his arrival here, Sternburg,(

/", steadily ,'worsening. Kingsley' Lake, Since the water quality balance in Santa together with Truby and Strong, formed
described 'as"of, ""drinking company ,and got( several other Starke
years ago Fe Lake is very delicate?any increaseof businessmen to invest in the 1'Pennsylvania -
.., water''quality", is' now near'' the nutrients going into the lake is ,apt to Grove"., a successful citrus
r- borderline of pollution, according to affect the environment negatively. operation until the "Big; Freeze"1 of the ,

Clay.. County: Health (officers. Most of Director' ( '
,this 'isduet apparently to septic tank says this area.They also operated a large
run-off which about 20 volunteers for water,sampling, general ,merchandise store on E. Call
becomes
'M 'worse during a and is looking for, more.' Street adjoining( the Rich rde' & Pace
s, period of heavy rainfall)), such as' now, bee'ing Store: tt was known as Truby:Sternburg( &
experienced. Anyone 'interested. m more information Co.?' with Strong (a wealthy ,retired oil -, ', .
Florida has about '7,700 lakes but regardinl.AKoWATCII/: ( may con man) as the silent partner.. !one time it! !.
,was the largest store in the county and the .
tact Ms. Fisher at 7922 N.W. 71st St., '
water quality data is available on less .' =4 .
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,only one to carry everything from calico to, 1 : '
Gainesville FL[ 32606 392 9613: .
than' ten percent of them, according to ",, : or call caskets. : f

the: Department of > Fisheries and Our lakes are one of our' most After the Sternburgs the home was oc j ,

,Aquaculture at the, University .of precious and irreplaceable ,resources', cupied by several/ different owners including i ; 'III" I'

Florida, ,Once polluted they may die, or become the T.J. (Tom) Griffin family (he I : l' II
unusable for recreational purposes, ttecan't was railroad agent here from many' .
In orderto, correct this situation, lake years)" and ''later the N.T Ritch family,
afford to let that happen for lack of
property owners are being asked to whose son Dr T.G.',(Tommy) Ritch has turn of .,
The house at it appeared at century
'necessary data to keep them safe. ,
retired
team up ,with' University, water1/ from practice in Jacksonville and.
biologists to monitor the' quality of now resides at Doctor's Inlet.

water in ,their lakes, on a voluntary. C-CAP Proves It Pays 'If the historic home at Cherry and
Washington is saved it will be the
only one
basis, :The goal is to ,study lakes remaining) of the three fine residences that Forestry in Bradford ,County

throughout the state, but right now the, once lined Pennsylvania Avenue. 'The,

,emphasis is currently on lakes in To:Buck Bureaucracy: Strong house, later occupied by the,Weeks By David W, Norton

Alachua, Bradford, Marion. and Putnam and Wall families; fell into disrepair and ,County Forester: : 1
Counties was razed The Truby house' on an opposite '
-' Take heart folks!.., you CAN beat the corner, was destroyed several years. Forestry Tree acres to plant is maximum number, of
.'Sandy' Fisher,.''Who' resides on Santa' bureaucracyt t ,At least you, cart get to ago by>an i incindary,: fire.", 'Planting SeasonIf ,seedlings is 60,000. The program js open to
jFel> Lake has, been appointed project I first base. landowners in and north of Lake Volusia
( ) Pasco, and Sumter counties who are not Involved -
director' and is Interested"in'
,
currently are
recruiting you' planting trees
After ,a ,year' of, having, the, Department in any'other cost-share' program.
lakefront ''property, owners to'monitor this winter now is the time to'start planning.'tance : interested should
of Letters Anyone contact the county
the lakes on which they live. She is look Environment Regulation turn a : Forester or ASCS agents.
ing for lake residents who are willing to deaf ear, to all arguments advanced by ''I interested -,' .I'M'V & N'IP'As"always ,
''concerned citizens of Bradford 'and The following is a summary of :
landowners can qualify for
devote an hour each month to this'im; Commissioners, ''i; ,assistance available. For more information ,
Union Counties : has County ; cost-shared for the
a major victory funding ACP;
portant long-term project.' Those' who been scored in the fight against plaCing'a Need to Look Around ,.I contact your County ASCS or' County, (Agriculture Conservation Program of
volunteer must have 'a boat ,and will be ,. ,Forester
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:At Road Conditions FIP (Forestry Incentives Program):
hazardous waste treatment facility on ,
provided free and CKP Sign-Up landowners
training equipment to, These .programs;,will assist
use in obtaining water,samples." prison property north of Raiford.: Dear Editor: The seventh sign-up for the Conservation ,with the cost 'and management of
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for
Reserve Program is scheduled July 18
'The director says the program will offer The U-CAP,group (Citizens Coalition In reply to the newest regulations'of road to August 31. Landowners who offer bids reforestation.month of August Sign-up,"All under these ACP programs duringthe ,

lake'' 'residents an opportunity' to Against Pollution) filed an appeal for'an culverts in our county, I almost laughed( below the maximum set by the' Secretaryof require ,a professional forester
1 have, their lakes monitored> and administrative hearing on the 'matter. when I read the reasons for such a law be- Agriculture are eligible for cost-share assistance' ,Your county DOF forester or a
managed The appeal has now been granted by a ing passed. It stated that it would help the '(up to 50 percent of planting costs) and annual private consultant are there to help so give
and be able to spot trends that may Florida Administrative Hearing Officer drainage problems that we have in. Brad. payments (for 10Jearsl.) In the last them a call, "','
be adverse to'fishing swimming ford sign-up, the average $4()
in of'' DER's motion to County; per ",Tax Time Blues? .
spite acre.\The program is designed for highly, '
boating and other activities so'much enjoyed Thorn McEvoy from the University of
by lake dwellers. dismiss. We have a sufficient culvert into our property erodible cropland and ,certain re-i! Vermont put together a Forestry Fact
It just goes to show that dogged deter- but what is the use if the countydoesn't quirements must be met to be eligible Call Sheet entitled ""Federal ome Tax Information
Fisher a field'biologist 'wants individual your county Agricultural Stabilization and
Forestland
do their job of maintaining ditches for Owners"l.The 4
property owners to know that mination sometimes pays off if you take ? The ditches on our graded road have Conservation Service (ASCS) agent or Soil', 'page bulletin contains valuable' information

whatever they do to a ,lake will ,have your case to the right forum. Of course not been dug out or cleaned out, I know,for' Conservation Service'" 'for, more' informa-. on income, reforestation, and
,some effect, no matter whether: its; pulling victory for U-CAP in this matter is not four ;years.., The bushes are no longer tion.; ''management expenses as they relate totaxes.
, weeds the shore in. yet assured but at least, those opposingthe bushes, they are.trees. So what good doesit KIP Sign-l'p. '" .Although changes in the tax system
along line
, up or proposed location of Florida's' do to try and keep the culverts cleanedout Sign-up for, the (Florida Reforestation have generally' hurt the: profitability
stalling a new marina. She emphasizesthat hazardous waste treatment will when. the water has nowhere to go* Incentives Program) ('RIP) is scheduledfor growing pines Mr. McEvoy discusses tax
the program is, not pro- plant the first week In September. Breaks that should help landowners
; development, or anti-development.! But have the satisfaction of having, their So' if the county' is going to put the This 'program will reimburse' landowners ,recover some of their expenses from plan

;:., the information collected can be used to case heard in an impartial and open-, responsibility on the landowner to.main- for their seedling expenses (approximately ting pines, Contact'"your county, extension'
:' decide whether additional development minded ,forum in contrast to 'OI<;H's tain their culverts,shouldn't the' county'' .'' $22/thousand, Mlmum'!: ,office,for.a copy:
predetermined"'decision' based on meet responsiblity, ,too?
" ,should be permitted on a lake, whether' *

, or not fish should be stocked in a lake, spurious data. When we get a'three to four Inch rain,. Are We Really Ready 'For an, Elvis' Stamp ?
and what kind of weed control is needed: So take heart, ye who are fighting fora our street is flooded, At times our house is ,

". if any. cause you think is right. If you hang in in jeopardy, and when we have called for ,4'

there long enough, you may work your help; we get the "We can't do anything un-
; In order for people to control the and til it stops raining runaround.", Why can't Wilt Elvis Presley join GeorgeCash' .,
,,' quality of their lakes it is necessary to way around the bureaucracy finally something be done about it BEFORE it \ ton"Thomas Jefferson z
find a forum where your pleas and Abrah/iSJULincoln, Franklin Roosevelt
j form homeowner associations, such as starts raining ',
will fall deaf Ike EiberMmer, and John F Kennedy
" already "exist at Santa Fe, Brooklyn arguments not on totally
on a postage stamp
Kingsley Lake, and others Santa "'e' ears. The County Commissioners should be.
It seems that the Postal Service is
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of the drainage problems we
fully aware
( on the of putting the hip- ,
verge
that I
road
o have here in this county. The '
'I and swinging Elvis; who some devotees insist
speak of is .off of out property was
Rib BRADFORD C'OlJ given to the county to keep up. We still pay is still living-in-the distinguished
taxes on this road, but the county has not, presence of past presidents" and' other.
4 kept up their part of the agreement.I ., distinguished dignataries .
:iiki igrttpq But rock 'and roll'fans disagree on this present to the young people of the

: wish the County Commissioners would whether their idol should be shown in nation, the anti-drug faction argues.

take the time ana ,just drive around the the leanness of his youth or the Postmaster General Anthony M.
I ,. eoe O.FIRGUSOM.JOHN M.MIUIH county. once in a while and take note of pudginess of his later 'ears..So the Frank, who has to make the dicisionon
,' ,."' c'47'IO$ 'ubll...... these conditions and then, proceed to do postal service Is apparently waiting to Elvis fat, Elvis lean, or no Elvis at,
t' : y. Published'each Thursday and t entered on Second Class Matter at something about it. That's what they get see whether the fats! outnumber the all, is behind the eight ball. There/ is
for* isn't it? leans, or vice versa that rules forbid issuing .
the Post Office at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3,1870.1 paid $15,143 a year, also the fact postal
:A third group'is arguing>t against any a commemorative"stamp, for any
Phone 964.6305 Subscription Rate In Trade Near' $14,00 per year, $8 00 six monthsP.O. ,Mrs. Lois McCulIough .stamp for Elvis at all, citing his death ,person still living. '
Drawvr A: Stark. Florida Outside Trade Area $15,00 per year $8.50 six months. Bradford Property Owner'' after taking excessive amounts of Decisions.., decisions': Why not just
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",'(: ,it., In An Impressive setting. Miss dants were in royal blue moire taffeta ... ?: :: :: : \
''' : A r' Joan MUler daughter of Mr & Mrs. gowns, patterned sililar to the .! : : d : : .,

\ '; Jack F. Miller Sr. 'of Melrose bride s gown. They were fashionedby ;l' ofthethfezusNew '
became the bride of Calton W,'"Son- ,
;,, : Mrs.Gene (Marilyn) necklaces : "
: ny" Williams III on Saturday May wore hand knotted pearl "
21st.: Sonny is the son of Mr and Mrs. a gift from the bride. They'carried ;II';

": I Robert Fairish of Melrose and the satin heart shaped pillows with an 11'' .:

:"t .' late Mr. and Mrs. C.W, Williams,Jr. elongated diagonal spray of plumosafern .. .. r < :, ,:. \ "
of Ft. McCoy. The ceremony took baby blue silk Iris with royal ',, .. .
1 ,place at 5:30: p.m. in the Community centers Iridescent star sequin and ," "I"w. Arrivals '
i Church of Keystone Heights. The peart sprays filled in with iridescent

} .Rev.sonal. Rob Morford performed a per- tulle and white glitter gypsophila. f Jacksonville weighing' 9 lbs 4. ot

I. :. wedding service for the young Each bouquet was sprayed with TravIs Duo/no/ Hamilton and 21" long,'Stephanie is joining a
I I '; couple, opulence silver glitter; White moire '. Mr. 'and Mrs. Kevin D, Hamilton of brother, Andrew Michael. '
: The .church was elegantly streames cascaded from each Gainesville are proud to announcethe Malernallrandparents are Jim and
'r. : decorated by Mrs. .Lamar .(Fran) pillow They wore a smaller ,iris birth of a son, Travis Duaine JoAnn Snyder Tifton! GA and Bill

: Johnson and F."Butch" Flakes.The spray ornament in their hair. Hamilton, born July 1 at Alachua and Pat Morris\ Glens .Falls NY
!' : unity candle trio set on the communion -' Flowergirl in the wedding was II'! General Hospital lie joins a sister, Paternal grandparents are Ann and

I i :' table, surrounded by banks of Miss Kelly Triest. Her, gown, ; "% ,; i Melissa Denise Jesse Winningham, Lake City
: I ':, Areca palms. In the center of palms fashioned by Mrs. Coble was'of', ," '!':' '\' .,... Maternal grandparents are Bill)) Great grandparents are Bo and Ruth
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: '... was a heart candelabra, the wed white moire taffeta in an.identical '; ),!; and Deloris Dowling'of Vero Beach Conger, Tjfton, GA, Charlotte
: : ding's theme. Flanking this, stood pattern of.the bride. She carried a and maternal great-grandparents Oavidson, and Bill Spinks, Chester.
i' two-nine candle candlabra with the white wicker flowrbasket, adornedby <' are Ralph and Callie Gainey of NY. Great-great grandmother isBettie
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j' : same light blue burning tapers. At small 'iris bouquets an bridal .: Starke, l':. Bourget, Woodhaven CN.
' r : the base of each candelabra were picot ribbons on either side of the,, 'l Paternal grandparents are Mr *, 1 I'

I : pots of white chrysanthemums in handle. She scattered royal blue- Mrs. Lynn Hamilton of Starke and Harold.Turner MoilariCongraduatins
: light blue foil with royal blue bows.'The moire taffeta hearts down the isle. paternal great-grandparents are Jonathan to Margie Lea and
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j : : same type mums were placed The groom wore a Christian Dior Frances Hamilton of Mandarin and) Masters ''of Jacksonville on
j', :'. on corner shelves above the choir white elite tailcoat ensemble, Serving rTT Thelma Starling of Starke, Timmy the birth of 'their son, Jonathan

: loft on eight sideof the stained glassY as his best man was his eldest '- ,: ,' Harold Turner Masters. Jonathanwas
the setting together son, Calton W. Williams, IV. : ; .
( window. Typing {
: '' born May 5 in Jacksonville at
"Y :' ; on pedestal at each outer side, were Groomsmen were: his youngest son, : /I, : Jonathan' Stephenson M'morlalHosptial at 4:03:( p.m.;

t two grand arrangements of light Coy Williams 3 brother of the ,' ,," ,.,))01 ''i' I" Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Margie Lea Masters is the granddaughter

: blue silk flowers made for the occa groom Duff Parrish o( Palatka; .,"'" Stephenson,"Jr., of Tallahassee! ani of the late Harold and'Eunice '
: sion by the groom's mother. ,John Bass of Palatka ; Greg Jonalhan- Jonathan
'. nounce the birth of a son, : Kite! 'of Starke.
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: Mrs. Ricky (Stephanie) Griffis Williams of Palatka and also Mike Camron born July 15 at TallahasseeMemorial Harold Turner Masters is welcomed\
I : played a prelude of nuptial art Gentry of High Springs'' and Ron Hospital Jonathan weighed by hiss great-great aunt and uncle.
rangements as Mrs. Marcia Brooks Adams of Ocala:All attendants were measured ' in- of Starke,
Hodges
: ,' 7 Ib. 14 oz., and ? Donald and Doris
"We've Only in Christian Dior silver tuxedos com "
and Julie Geiger sang JIubcr and
: Judy'Kite
"Just You and I" and plimented by a royal blue tie and Joan MillerWilliams'sheer' ,, ches, long.iMaternat 'grandparents.
: Just Begun"" 'grandparents$,, art 'Mr David I, Huber of Starke; grandparents
"That't The Way". -, cummerbund set. J.F. Miller. III,. \ and Mrs. Irie John Hamilton, of Carl and ponna Mastery\ of
and Mrs. Marion nephew of the bride was identically '
: Mrs. Nelle Brain Paternal grandparents are ,Ja ksonvIUe.
_.' Kelly directed the wedding. attired to match the groom. The white organza and lace cloth, br de's brother and'sisterInlaw, Gussie Lawtey.and Benjamin) Steptn-nuon Jonathan lI rold,Turner Master
( The bride entered the santuary on heart shaped pillow'he carried was with a royal blue underliner accenting Mr. and Mrs. TC, Miller, Sr., of Ft. Lauderdale. In his eyes 1 is the wonder of life..O'
the arm of her father to be given in topped with a light blue heart of Aida the tabletop. The cake, made by The couple enjoyed their honeymoon Great-grandmothersVnre'! Mrs: Lord reflecting the good,,that is you,

marriage by her parents. The bride, cloth countcross stitched with the the bride, stood' atop a fountain of at Sea Haven condominium atcresant 'Catherine Harriptonand; ,Mrs Abet! ills hands are as fragile roses his,,

,",';1,, .. .. was radiant in a gown of polyester couple's names and wedding dater; blue water was a three tiered cake Beach. They spent one day, Hamilton of Lawtey. .' < skin like the \morning dew.
detailed The pillow was made by the bride'smother A along with several guests, on a deep
lace..The stairway
''Vfl\,: taffeta and gown with ornate columns. Our, thanks for the !gift you have
f '\ ;: ;' had a closefitting basque bodice as were all the' bouquets, resembcling an inverted "Y" carded 'sea fishing' trip aborad the "Sea Stephanie Michelle I given () lard a bit of your heaven
){' i / embellished with.iridescent sequins boutonnieres and corsages. small bridal party figurines Love'1 charter boat out of St., above the warmth ,and the deep
: Larry Winningham ,
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', ,'{ipA' i"" ,' and Venise .lace trim with a The gala reception was held at the down to three, sateiite cakes. Standing Augustine. nounce the birth 'of a'\d"ughi.r! ,'> lIahsl'actJJfthai comes! with .a baby
Lion's Club following
:t't :':; ; :, sweetheart neckline and elasticised Keystone Heights : prominently on a front center 7 ; ,to love.'' '
,;':'f :l\ I, tI, shoulders. Short puffed sleeves end- the ceremony. .Decorating the cake was the ceramic' bride and They were honored to have wed- Stephanie MichrlUs born :July, JI1'i; ', '
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ed at elbow length with a Ice flounce. stage from where local D.J Tommy groom made as a gift for the couple'by 'ding guests from South Carolina, '
h\'tI\I\.\ ) ''/0f\ 1':,,', Rows jof Chantilly lace trimmed the Manning provided music for the ven- the brides great aunt and uncle, Tennessee, and most areas of Think,,RAY All The Wayl

:.," '\.\)":+ ',';/:d, full skirt and extended to a chapel-, tng, were white taffeta lace and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowe of Waldo, Florida. The bride ,was especially lid pal do,.
: 'r ) (' lenth train. Joanie wore a lace picture -' feather adorned swans. Mrs. Jim The cake was decorated with arrangements ,happy that, over twenty percent of
fhdhat( + ,'t.-; ,., (Margaret) Smith of Melrose made of fresh'White iris and her Class''of ."'"77 ''classmates of
.lIt; hat with sheer nylon flowers
!;.;:1;,'j i.J,:',,f.g: '(;{' '::', I leaves' and Iridescent sequin star the swans arranged by Mrs, the blue shades of i French carnations Keystone l Heights High School at,: :TO1 T.tfI;' C, I'TIZ/DJs.'O;T 131\ft DJOT: :;R toU'J.pY ,

f< :,1 1.\ ,' and pearl sprays. A large wide lace. .Johnson and Mr. Flakes. Mrs'Jane, .,, Light blue tapers burned in tended. The bride graduated( from
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, r; i ('. with iridescent de- Shea of Suwannee "cousin 'of the; silver' candleholders- each end of HUllS, Bradford-Union V-Tech and the serve anQtl er jour
,' ( bow elegant T Flank for opportunityto. ,
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,''1,' :I.\ :;1ti<, quips, cascaded to shoulder length! bride.' kept the bride's book which the cake. It was cut and served by-\ Lake city Community College, She !thou ''

l;,); ; J':,,"t ", the bride designed the hat for her was made by Miss Mclnarnay using{! .Mrs.'Jack Kelly, cousin of the bride has an AA in Landscape Design and years a.syqur: Supervisor; of'Elections, rtaRptfie'responsibtfiiies -
".' material from the, attendant's and Mrs. Tim Carter both of Millin- Sales and 'is employed in the'
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' heart shap- ,
),:, \" /,, "" t wedding locket and her wore Daddy! a gold had given her .dresses." '. ton TN. I : ; Grounds Dept: of Clay ElectricCo-, i ojyour, elections office stnousty.antfpCetf etnai
;\ /% ; \ +.\" ped Joanie .A white tablecloth with wide lace The groom'S' cake'' table'was..; 'Op) in Keystone Heights( ;?.The groom adifress'tnosejesponsiSifities in a fair
: \7':;".' ((1\\\ : Mother over forty years ago. and'' ) wiflcontinue i to ,,
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:\ ; double heart earrings edging was the undercloth for a unique ', covered with a white lace tablecloth graduated from Interlachen < ;
, "t \\i.,1\ ,;' '. :' wore a gold Santa Ke Community College '
German attended
polycoated 'cypress knee 'and held his .favorite -
her when she was a and '
', her Daddy impartial manners'
"f i ; :.ij"\\ gave. made his''mother. lie-works with All Florida
-A fancier large white 'chocolate sheet cake by '
.:'!{'jlpi \te. ,,:"; little eirU tabletop. '
'.''' > In the center of the bride's heart swan, a white wrought iron It had an outdoor decor of a' Klectric in Gainesville, Sincere tYl''pd.pol.cdv.
-. ) 1/, bouquet was a large white candelabra ,with miniture 'white deer in a forestry setting of parsley'sprigs. They are now at home at 7471 :
I)'' J }; shaped orchid nestled in a background tapers and a blue foil lined basket of It was' flanked by white Uakeview Street in Sunrise Mobile ( ,9Eo/I:

'{ : ;: of silk iridescent tulle, leaves, star and 'rice baRs also stood on the bride's wrought' iron candleabras with light "Home Park in Keyslone; ,heights' 1'L&I

\\\j"" r ; t\ji.j?\!', pearl sprays, rhinestone stems, book table. The bride's mother made 'blue burning tapers. Trays beneath
''IV1\ ':. white glitter' gypsophila and royal the rice bags resembling small 'the candles'' held the wedding'
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! : wedding colors of match folders embossed
blue baby's brain. Streamers of parasols in the ( souvenir
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. : bridal picot and. Iridescent ribbon baby and royal blue. The bags were with the couple's names and wedding ,
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:; embroderied with white heart illu-' distributed to the guest; by Miss Shelly date. Mrs. Parrish, Mrs David II '.

',/, -'ji.'' Ions' fell from Uw -.bouquet, inia.'I Manar. (Polly) Swindell of St. Augustineand (' 1
'," ""'cascade of lover's knotS.' The gift table was covered in a Mrs. John .(Pam) Bass of 'ELECT
y bride's mother Mrs. Jack F. baby blue cloth ,with' a hand Palatka served cake,, and punch
I\;" (, ? The of crocheted tablecloth on lop. Matching from the groom's table.
mt (Lou), Miller,' Sr. was. Matron -
t ;:." of tulle fans with a kewpiedoll The entire receptin was handledby
< Miss Susan Mclnarnay '
.':: \ Honor Host'and Hostesses: John
'. fit"' Mrs. bridal couple all made by Mrs. Floor
bridesmaid,
rW, \\ ,' Jacksonville was Smith decorated the table. Miss Betty Hall, Mrs Paul (Martha) Tyre, Mrs.
1;;:' :: ,Yt Deon (Debbie) Olitsky of Hawthorne Lou Thorn, of Summerville, $.C. Irvin ( Martha Jane) Jasmin, Shelby rL GLENMOO'RE
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( ,, Miss Heather and cousin of the bride, tended the Kite, 'Cindi Hester, 'Mrs. Carlton
,j" 'were bridesmatrons. (Rhonda) Meng and Mrs. Dave
.' ." and Dawn Miller nieces of the bride, gifts. in Jim Cook, vm
4 ." were junior bridesmaids. All atten- The bride's table was covered a (Dana) 'Todct. "
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ri ;M r Miss Becky Eileen Parrish dressed in'a mauve and white satin area. the groom. --
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs, Charles gown over a hoop, with mauve lace Mr*. kept the Catered buffet style refreshment
Dlnklns of Starke and Billy Fairish over lay blending with the bride's book with ,feathered tables of many delicable party sand-
of Ocala, became the lovely bride of bridesmaid gowns, and in beck of quill pen placed on a'snail round wiches and au types of cookies, can-
Terry Alan McCarthy, son of Mr. the gown were numerous layer of table covered in white linen trimmed dies,< tropical delights includingcarved
and Mrs. James H. McCarthy on matching lace from the waist to the with wide lace. Mrs. Cooney, also out watermelons with melon
saturday June 4 at 6 p.m. at the floor complimenting those designed served as hostess greeting guests to squares and a large variety of different -
First United Methodist Church of on the bridal gown, her hair flower the bridal book and gift table. fruits were placed
Starke In an inspirational! were the same* the bridal atten- Wedding director was Mrs, Faye throughout the party area.
rhwJ candlelight double ring ceremony dants. She carried a dainty.white King of HeUbronn Springs.: Mrs, A rare novellty and special con
performed by Rev. Ballard Wilson. wicker basket with mauve small King' charm, dedication love and versational item of interest to the
The church was artistically roses on the front and inside rose devocation to the bride, groom their I wedding guests at the reception was
+ r 'r ,decorated in the bride's chosen petals she distributed for. the en- families and all wedding attendants viewing the groom's treasured antique
., mauve color theme, An arch trance of the bride. will never be forgotton. -- 1919 Model "T" Ford Depot
candelabra delicately entwine with Master Timmy McCarthy,nephewof The: bride's table with fern and'I Hack, that he personally restored to
lacy fern centered the altar. Two the groom, served as ring bearer. 'mauve roses was centered,with a its orglnality and has won him first
large floral arrangements of white He carried a white heart shape satin 2-tierd white wedding cake place prize winning awards in anti
sanpdragons and white daises with a pillow trimmed with lace accented decorated with dainty flowers of que car shows. The Model "T" was
mixture of mauve roses, carnations, with mauve and white satin various sizs and colors, highlighting parked under the canopy of the
and daises bearing a fern greenery streamers and centered with the mall mauve roses, topped with a fellowship hall, making viewing and
background, were placed on each double wedding rings. minature bride and groom and a picture taking convenient. The older
side of the altar. Focusing on the The bride was exquisite in a ,flowing fountain beneath the cake. guests remembering days gone by
lower level stood two heart shaped designer gown with an Imperial Four heart chaped cakes surrounded and the younger generation looking
candelabras with matching ,fern of neckline that dropped to a v-neck in the bride's cake, each decoratedlike back in time. Many guests had not
the arch candelabra. front and back; accented with pearls the larger cake being attached seen a Model "T' and were appreciative
Palms and other outstanding and satin buttons, A layer of white thereto, with) mauve and white satin of the opportunity they
tropical plants were placed at focal satin with numerous layer of lace streamers. These heart shaped, were experience fact concerned.
points around the altar, enchantingthe enchanced the gown, having satin cakes were prepared for the bride's The antique Model "T"' had three
florial and candelabras. puffed three quarter length sleeves and groom's parents and grand- pink wedding bells attached to the
Large white satin bows were placed with lace over lay,complimented in- parents, ft thoughtful and charming windshield. '
on the family pews. to a chapel length train. Her veil an remembrance and tribute. Mr*.
A program of nuptial music wa* illusion of charm, and grace was Debbie Thompson and Mrs. Kim After spending time with family '
fendeby the, talented pianist,. trimmed in lace matching the wed-1' Douglas, aunts of the bride, cut the and guests' the bride' and groom
Ray Norman. Mrs Sylvia Reddish, ding gown,with pearls accenting her wedding cake. departed from the fellowship hall
Becky and Terry McCarthyCleopatra's charming and talented soloist sang, cap and flowing down the left side in The groom's table held an unique under a spray of bird seed.'Guests
"Weither Thou Goest; ;1 and "The outstanding perfection. chocolate, cake in the design of a had been given long stem mauve
Wedding Prayer", accompanied by She carried a cascading bouquetof large red fire truck complete elm satin rose-Tike bird
Mr Norman at the piano. pink snapdragons and hand wrapped minature toy signal lights, ladders seed which opened releasing con
The brdie was escorted by her mauve colored roses with lily ofthe and other firemen equipment, bearing tents. .-
Decorating 'Emporiumfctraferty father Billy Parrish and given! in valley artistically placed into a the initials H.S.V>,D.. these Following farewells and best
marriage by her parents. creation of floral design and beauty. standing for. HeUbronn Springs wishes from family and friends, the
(( Ckopatra's llpteCsttry), Groomsmen went Ted Cooley serving During the wedding ceremony, Volunteer Fire Department; which happy newlyweds left for a week's
> at Location as best man and Richard McCarthy Rev. Wilson with a lighted candle the groom is fire chief. The fire honeymoon at Anna Maria Island;.
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? lJ1"LtJftJ. tyu and Wayne McCarthy,! gently and inspiringly lit candles truck cake had for its foundation, a They will reside in their home in I
M2 1Jart.ut.st'J.star( brother of the groom were ushers which he had given the bride and chocolate sheet cake, which was the Heilbronn Springs area upon
Mrs. 'Jackie Williams was, the groom and together with their ,written the phrase: "Please get me returning from their honeymoon. .
$54-7014 matron of honor bridesmaids were candles, they lit the unity candle/ .to the church on time" with a small The bride is a 1985 graduate of
Mrs Joyce Cooley and Miss Renee; Following the wedding a reception :- holding onto the back of the BHS and is employed in the Brad-
'. Stiff doing upfioCsttry McCarthy, niece of the groom, each was held in the church, ,fire truck. ford County Courthouse in the
;. .' of the attendants were gowned in fellowship hall. Guest chairs surrounded The punch table held; two large Clerk's Office.
': j', carryingwatCpaper matching and identical designer the entire room and long crystal punch bowls of mauve col- The groom is a 1979-! graduate-of
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: : ? '' gowns of mauve satin with refreshment tables, each covered in ored wedding fruit punch, placed at BHS and Is employed as a full time
.:" ,\ : 'Cust&tn order Bedspreads and drape. decorative mauve lace over; lay white linen were placed at advan- each end of the table with each bowl Florida (National/ Guard Electronic
centered with satin sashes ana tage points of interest. '"Just Mar surrounded by garlands of fern. Serving Teletypewriter Repairman
featuring square necklines. Mauve ried" white balloons together with were Mrs. William Parrish,. Technlcan at the Combined Support
roses accented with pearls and satin and lace mauve. and white sister-in-law of the bride and Mrs. Maintenance Shop at Camp. Blan-.
mauve satin ribbons were worn in streamers flowed throughout the Wayne McCarthy, sister-in.law, of ding. "
their hair, matching their nosegays
they carried,composed of pink Snapdragons

roses bouquet., .complimenting with hand wrapped. the bride's mauve Fender Johns Announce Engagement I IJIr'


Miss Angela McCarthy, niece of
Do you know your,ABC*? Of the 250 known alphabets In the history of and Mrs Marvin Tyer of
the was the flower girl
language 50 are still alive today. Half of these are In India. groom Markr.! proud to announce the up:'
coming ,marriage of Galesd.uiRhUr
: Tcrriynn| 'Fender,t to
CARL Fred O'arllonlohnsJr son of Kev. r
:ELECT HURST ELECTop" ; and Mr*. Fred (' Johns of New
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IN GO of! Hradloni High School and is currrnth -
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QUALIFIED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR MONIES AND BUSINESS CONDUCTED THROUGHTAX

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE Luau Honors Denmark & Walker' ', '
.- SPEAK A KIND WORD IN BEHALF OF CARL HURSTTO YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS ,
A beautiful Luau was held at the Mr. & Mrs. George Roberts / .
YOUR'VOTE: AND SUPPORT HUMBLY SOLICITED The shoestring was Invented hi Starke Country dub Saturday even- Heading the receiving line were Dr. '
pd. pot adv. '1790. ing July 16, honoring Miss Stacey & Mrs.J,E. Denmark, parents of the
: Denmark and Dr. David Walker of .bride, who introduced guests to
whose marriage was an Stacey and her fiance, Dave Walkerof
event of July 30. Hosts for this event Tampa Introducing guests to Dr.
S were Edith. Leslie Biggs,Sandra. & Mrs. Marlin of Tampa, parents of 'KEEPRODNEYL Jim Duncan, JoElIa & Eldon Hardy the groom, were Mrs James Rogers i
Linda Johns, Linda & Glen Norman, ,and Mrs. Eldon Hardy j I,:
,Ada & Drew Reddish, Sandra& Jim- Punch was served from two punch
my Reddish Nancy & George bowls, placed at each side of the club ,
Roberts, Melanie, 4 Richard room, by Mrs. Jim Duncan, Mrs. >.
Roberts, Joan &James Rogers, Patsy Linda Johns, and Mrs. Patsy Silcox:'
& Vernon Silcox and Burney. & Bright colorful tablecloths i
,George Winkler :covered the guests table throughout t '
the party room and were each s
The Club was decorated for the occasion .centered with dark pink flowering II
with tall pedestal arrangements myrtle blossoms.
WORKING FOR YOU of palmetto ,, boughs Serving and caring for the guests i'
down the length of the center food during the party hours of 8-10 p.m.,r f f'
'. table. Tropical cane plants were were Mrs. Burney Winkler, Mrs. t
< I\ BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE MOVING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE placed at the entrance and at other Richard Roberts, Mrs Glen Non i _
points of the Club. Large colorful man,Mrs. Jimmy Reddish and Mrs. I
tissue flowers were used throughoutthe Leslie Biggs. i I
Student test scores are'up Facilities are in good shape room to enhance the tropical The honorees, their parents and p'"
Luau setting. Multicolor swags and all ,the hosts and hostessea'wereadorned
Taxes are not excessive, Employee. and Student morale good streamers were hung from the ceiling with multicolored leis, In .
I honor of the festive occasion. f'
Over the Luau table and centered '
with a large honeycomb wedding < Stacey and Dave were presented t

A dedicated, experienced manager on your School Board does make a difference.. bell.Welcoming guests to. the _party with ty memento hosts.an electric of the Ice occasion cream, by churn the.par-as a, .i.'\

were Mr, &Mrs. Drew Reddish and .
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Denmark Walker. Rehearsal Dinner 1.. ;

Dr. and Mrs.Marlin Walker enter- fresh flowers. On each side of the arrangements i 'I I
: SOME CONTINUING'EXAMPLES, OF PROVEN LEADERSHIP tained their son, David L. Walter lavendar ,candles in t
Ii and his fiancee Stacey Leigh Den-. :crystal candle holders were placed. )
Jik 'mark at a dinner foJowinlC; their The honored couple presented the -
i 'wedding rehearsal on Friday July wedding party with personal gifts as .i
kt 29th. Sixty guests were served dinner ''a memento of the occasion. Enjoy-
t .. Saved the Community Schools at Hampton & Brooker years,, at the Officer's Club at Camp ing the occasion included ,Mrs,
., .. ago when the'Department'of Education wanted to close them white The tables were covered, Newell Alderman, grandmother of
with linen cloths and held '
; ar- ,the bride and out of town guest. I
I' and bus students to Starke. RODNEY HALL led the local drive raytemeub' ut .ywpe; sun 'YlOl1oW
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; to keep the Community Schools that resulted in new schools Stacey Denmark Shower Honoree I

built instead them. '
being
closing
" .Stacey Denmark, fiance of David center.The" head table was centered
'f I a L. Walker was entertained at a with a peach and green silk floral arrangement -
lucheon Saturday, July 23 at the. which was presented to'
II I RODNEY HALL negotiated a lease for,",100 acres of land (at no Family Restaurant. the honoured guest as a momento of I

li cost to'Bradford County'to) be'utilized by the Vo-Tech Schoolfor On arrival Stacey and her mother the occasion., '
Mrs. J.E. Denmark were presentedwith Twenty five quests enjoyed the af- r
commercial driving training instead. taking land from, corsages.The guests were serve fair.Hostesses .
the School Ag Farm. ed champagne prior to lunch. were: Ms. Betty Ann
: The "U" shaped luncheon tables Philips, Ms.Ann Hodwin, Ms. Janet I
Ii ,were covered with Army-Navy Turner, Mrs. Martha McClane Mrs.
H cloths with peach colored silk Neva Flynn, Mrs. Kitty Carter. and ,
flowers and Ivy placed down the Mrs. Peggy Godwin.
f ,:IN KEEPING WITH A PLEDGE OF OVER TWENTY YEARS RODNEY HALL'

. _. ;' WILL NOTBE, ERECTING CAMPAIGN SIGNS ALONG.COUNTY AND STATE,ROADS.

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I Wise, bride-elect of' John The dining table. was covered with
Tinsler was honored July 21st at a a white army navy tablecloth and
miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. decorated in the chosen colors of ''
James, V, Crosby, Mrs, Lamar pink and white. Located in the pool Mason, Williams to Wed
LIGHT/ Singers Williams, Mrs. Tommy Crosby area, was another refreshment table

Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. ,John also covered with a white army Mr. and Mrs. James N,Mason, of Morris Williams of Starke. The
" Greene and Mrs Rudolph Hut. navy tablecloth. Cokes were served Coral Springs, are proud to an ceremony will take place September24th
cheson at the Hutcheson home at from the punch bowl which was surrounded nounce the approaching marriage of at 3:00: p,m. In the St Andrews
akewood l by leatherleaf-." fern and their daughter, Kimberly Ann Catholic Church in Coral Springs. I
LIGHT ,Singers Appearing daises. ,'Mason to Charles Morris Williams of All friends and relatives are invited -
Upon arrival the hostesses The hostesses presented the Ft Lauderdale son of Mr and Mrs, to attend.
presented the guest of honor with a honoree with a serving. piece of her,

: '". At Madison St BaptistThe -, corsage, china: aCPAYM9"'r-( .:!-r--o-.-..-


LIGHT Singers, one of featuring the recent LIGHT '88 tour
America's most exciting'young of the Orient. '
musical groups representing Liberty Dempsey Dyal to Wed 'Sat., '
University in Lynchburg, Virginiawill The LIGHT Singers have literally ',",
be traveled all over the world. ,
appearing on Tuesday, In the '
MISS Tamera Ann Dempsey and A' reception will be held Immediately -
August 9; 1988 at Madison Street past ten years? LIGHT has con- .
Hershell Blaine Dyal will bejoined following the inthe ..
ducted 50 international ceremony .. .
Baptist Church, located at 900 West evangelistic in marriage this Saturday. August fellowship hall.
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Madison Street at.7:00 p.m. campaigns involving 2,000 students 6th at 7:30: pm.'in the First United No local invitations have been : -4''! \ \'
ministering to two
"This dynamic International over million people Methodist Church, 200 N. Walnut sent but all friends and relatives are "'
ministry will be representing","AllOver on every continent of the world. Street A nurse v will be provided, invited to attend.
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The World"" an exciting con For more information,, contact ', : 'j'k ....\
cert utilizing a unique three screen Pastor Henry McKinney at' (904). ,

multi-media ,presentation and 964-7557, I,

Ettman Johnson to WedMonna
:CherytAnn GrlHlt/
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"I : ':' ;'" Bible, School at lstS'optist' &. Donna (Johnson 'Fred Johnson 'of Hampton. ."/" (", ',,I '''and, James Mclntosh i' ,. '

.,, .Nugent, David Johnson, Terrie (Ett Friends and relatives are all Invited ': ;1 ," ',, '' i ,
: "" man) Croft Michael Ettman. Daniel to ,attend the wedding which ,"':: ,; \'' '. : ; , .., : ':;':": '\\1:;::;:
,('i'" f' ,, Vacation Bible School at the First There will be 6 special commence- '' '. ''I.. ," .' \ ; \, ,.
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} 4i' & Marty' Johnson are proud to announce will take place August 16 at 7 p.m. at 1 , i',' ,1I" ,1\'
' I(,: '>i a, "" Baptist Church in Lawtey will begin ment service on Sunday night, the forthcoming marriage of the,Bradford County Courthouse. ,. "' "" I': ,I )" r'I, ,j".f: \\j
;'1 1iI\) \:. /d\\' ,, Monday, August 8th and run thru August 14th at 7:30: p,m.; for all the their parl'nlMargt'\ Kttman, and Griffis ; : ,'
Friday, August 12th starting. at 7 Bible school children. Guest speakerwill : :MbIhtosh"'to'I /WedMr
p.m. until 9 pm each night, be Rev. David McNeill, assistant ,

There will be a class for all ages' ,pastor of the church. A program'' .and Mrs.-Berry Dyal., Jr, of" the soil of Mr, and Mrs, Bernie McIntosh
thru 17 oldTransportation Will be presented by Bible.
up each "
years Graham ,
school class. Tamara Dempsey announces the engagement, of Melrose.
will be provided HonoredThe of their granddaughter Ann A Is
for all those who need It call Cheryl November<<: wedding planned; I
'Gnffis, to James Marlin McIntosh
782-3594 or 782-3948 for more (Information 'The' 'First Baptist 'Church ,is : lovely'' home 'of Mrs.Jackie ''The; long' dining ,tables ,were :
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There will be contests, Bible study, turn left off of Hwy. 301 beside' bndemaid luncheon for bride-elect, peach liners centered with a huge'
( and crafts each night for all classes. Lawtey Elementary School onto Tamera Ann Dempsey,;July 30th at brandy sniffer' holding a' peach Serv"lceman Mf'Pisgah,, A.M.E.*
Refreshments 'will also be served ''Adams Street r go 2 blocks church 12:30 p.m. The bridemaids, their votive candle, flanked on either side .. Tom .
,each night, :is on left. mothers and other guests <',were' with brass lotus bowls',of aguas Thumb" WecidingMt
greeted at the door by hostess Miss candles and arrangements of wile!; Marine Lance Cpl Hyon N/: Shaw;'
Pisgah *
A M E Church
will be
son of William H Shaw
Terrie
Fender; Mrs Gail Tyer and' roses Down the length of the tables'' of Waldo
Mrs. Johns, hurricane '' has ,been promoted to his observing there annual Tom Thumb
served 'each guest a were lamps holding peach' present '
:<; glass of sparkler upon arrival. The"-tapers, Bridal placecards marked, rank while serving Okinawa Wedding on August 14 1988 13 p mAsking .
:r, ; \, ; ATTENTION'jrfy. honoree, her mother, Mrs. Sybil the seating arrangement The A 1987 graduate of Santa Ke High, everyone occasion.to come out and en.joy.this -

, ,,, Dempsey and groom's mother, Idl. hostesses presented the honoree School, Alachua he joined) the, Kev Samuel
; Sullivan
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"\ \ Sue Schmitt were, presented ''corsages with a place setting of her chosen; ,Marine Corps in,August 1987.
(, 1,,;:::.' :stoneware, Pastor

( CHILDREN OF ,ALL AGES,, '

I Children's Crusade sponsored by Bethel Padaetfs Return From Trio to Canadian North .

BaptistChUrch.. Rd. 230 A., Presents Fish "
Ni ty'Ministrie'August'' 11. registration and' )MTJ and'' Mrs, I I. K;. Padgett ,of' I the rest nl"the: 'trip to the Atl<11111l'Provinl'r' over m New Jersey for several l days 1 '/'phcnommntides at (the Bay: ol fund,,
Houle 100A have lust| | returned from '' Having sunny, cool I which/ gnvp/ ': them the opportunity, and ,Magnetic Hill the beauty of
cookout. August 12-14 Children's, Crusade H two week vacation that took them wCrflhr added to the pleasure of seeing Ion-visit Philadelphia PA and a' Prime Edward: Island and Nova
yf l E( FEATURING: as far north as 1'rime Kdward; t 100 man"> different and unusual' chance to spend a day in New York, Scotia a trip into a coal mine, the,
1 Island, Canada They'traveler) InNew "sights" ('itv! ,and,a day at the Jersey:, shore tour of the tlSJ Intrepid plus others,
PEPPER Jersey where I they ,|joined I their it is hard to pick any one place as the
Inrnrjs, Mr nnrt,Mrn .K Hohme for (1111, their. ref urn 'trip \hl'ltaVf'ct/ .. 'Alter<<: 'se<'ingtsuh\ ',\sights as !the 1 best part of the trip,
THE CLOWN

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vt ,PuppetFriends Hampton Hiliahts. .

u I By Dolores Meng Ham ''dinners including baked local candidates invited 'to attend Adirondacks and Appalachians.
Phone,468-1915 beans potato salad, vegetable and and state their goals. Among highlights of their trip were
7:00'pm roll will be available at $3 per plate Good live entertainment will also visiting the Notre Dame Basilica in
Jamboree for FiremanThe :with proceeds going to the Hampton be furnished. Montreal Canada. They also visited
nightlyEVERYONE Pastor City of Hampton will sponsor, ,Volunteer Fire Dept. Brittany Curtis FundA the lovely, historic Shrine of' St.
WELCOME Rev. James Parrish their August Jamboree on Sat.,Aug. This Jamboree will include a Benefit Fund for little Brittany'' Anne de Beaupre in Quebec.Claire's .
6, beginning at 7,p,m, Political Rally with all state.and Curtis has been established at the father, Harold Wragg
and her sister Norma Kleer from St:
,Florida National Bank, ;,,She is
Pete,visited over the weekend and
:awaiting a liver transplant.I
4' I VOTE SUPPORT ,* ELECTHAROLD New"Arrival greeted. little Kristi Condolences! Lynn.

w Michael and Teresa Brunetti of Sympathy Is extended to the family .
Hampton proudly announce the and friends of 'Joe Brown
birth of their daughter Kristi Lynn McGregor who died July 21. Wiley
'' ., DAVIS Brunetti. She was born July 20 at Morgan Bradley who died July 26,
:Alachua'' General Hospital in Lula McKinney Slade who died July
4f.1' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT, COURT Gainesville weighting 6 Ibs, 4.oz,and 29 and Fred Albrecht who died July,
i"efydyi% i i,.. '\"!, : measuring 19 inches. 31. "
HE CAN WIN WITH YOUR HELP '" .
IlM+ItQ t iy Paternal grandparents are'' Hampton Elem.SchoolKindergarten ,,,
.S, -' ;Michael and Claire' Brunetti of screening is
S" \<)'D Hampton. 'scheduled for Aug. 10, 11 and 12 at
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ads' ; atena; Ut Mdl and Brenda ,Whipp, of St. parents of kindergarteners who
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"t e; cC o\t.S ce; e; \seO Harold Wragg of St. Petersburg. '''tests. Any kindergarteners not

,c enetk; O f 'ro3'L Ile4; yo: o\.e;\ : Mike Travelers'and Claire Home Brunetti'' have "soon.already' registered" should do so very'
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,July 27. cne county several weeks ago, but some 30 years ago, solid waste was year). Since'' only $14,000 was made up of Bradford, Union and
'Rahn I day ,
Buster to buried almost on the perimeter line, ,budgeted for water samples,O'Nealis Baker Counties, has been formed
O'Neal said since the county hasurchased the commissioners were not ready
,BCT sum Writer Bradford County to the Wingate property adjacent close at the time.Negotiations have ,which mandated monitoring well no. hoping DER will settle for 2 and,the chairman should'appoint
I begin DER monitoring wants test wells at the to the landfill there is no problem been Under way since then,with the 4 to be sunk through old garbage obtainedfrom Commissioner year,Joe rather Riddick than four.sug Board two commissioners of Directors. 'to the NRSWA
in siting the monitoring well. county purchasing the property for rendering the information
Solid Waste i
immediately Glen
landfill Commissioners
the the water sample suspect, at gested the county replace Chairman Mosley appointed
The 11 acres comprising $47,500.
O'Neal told commissioners solid
Director Darrell Williamson as engineer for Maxie Carter Jr and Joe
landfill best. Acquiring the Wingate property
Wednes Wingate property,, ,were offered to When the was started
in a workshop will allow the well to be re-sited, waste since Williamson does not Reddick to the board.
and its 'water sample to, provide have the experience in solid waste Based on the estimated amount of
reliable information. disposal and state regulations solid waste generated in the
O'Neal told the commissionersthat desired by the board.No action was Bradford County 'was assessed
complete water samples cost ''taken on the suggestion. $41,220 for its share of the NRSWA
$6,000 each, and DER may requireone O'Neal reported the New River annual budget:
each quarter'' (four times a Solid Waste Association (NRSWA),' O'Neal reported solid waste
OPEN NOW FOR BUSINESSE regulations require some amendments
,In light of experience gained
over the few months in operation,
and Chairman Mosley said the commissioners

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,Featuring: Elwood Eberlin-Wiley Sweat
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MONTH of AUGUST SPECIAL Large Print Books

Oil change, Filter & Lube job all for'$15.95MemSat "PUTS SAVINGS ON THE LINE" "': Available At Library:
U you have ,given up readingbecause
book print is too small look
r:;'. again. Your library and bookmobilehas
.. best selling authors ''and old
favorites in the large print format
Hours: M $ (jlr", C 'and yes, they are as.light in weight:
,Call U$ now, we welcome Installation-', as regular print books.
Tank Bradford County Public
The
business! Summer
your Library Bookmobile has started{won\
ti 964.2970 ,SPECIALS I new stops. Added to the route Is a
AS : stop at Kite's Realty at CR227 and
LOW
AS '' 225 Thursday at 1:30 to 2:30: and!Friday -
'', at Lawtey: Cjty Hall from 12:30to :
$4650 2:30.:
Call the, BCPL at' 9643-6400 or
I 375.0209 Ext 293 for more information. -
Includes tank installationup .

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT ( to 30' of material)

FROM THE,CITY OF STARKE ,Tank full of gas
No tank rental until 1989 REWARDInformation
Since 1976 lead consumption by humans has been reduced significantly. Your Inspection 'J,': :, ''i'" regarding or
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human Complete,gas
lead In
reduce '
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to further
effort
water system Is' cooperating' in the ;:, of ,,appliances ,;;\;{: return of signs belonging to
your '
consumption. ,,' .."'" /:-,, '." J.D. Eunice running for
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'. YOUR DRINKING WATER MEETS THE LEAD STANDARDS OF 0.050 PARTs, ,; ,;: :." City Commissioner.Call .
PER MILLION (ppm)AS REQUIRED BY THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION' : ,964.8230.Thank .

AGENCY(EPA). ,

''The'United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets drinking Suburban J350 Celn-e"m.SW Archer,Fl Ho.d you,

water standards and has determined that lead Is a health concern at certain levels of (904)) 376-5651 J.D Eunice
Propane
exposure.:There is currently a standard of 0.050 parts per,million (ppm). Based on new I II 210 N.'St. Clair St.'

health''information; EPA Is likely to lower this,, standard,significantly,, .'I"_iMS.N.--.'---.---

Part of the purpose of'this notice Is to Inform you of the potential adverse

health fleets: of lead.This Is being.'done even though' 'your, water' may not be in =--.

'violation of..the current,standard., .: '
'EPA'and'others are concerned about lead in drinking water.Too much lead in' '
':the human body can cause serious damage to the brain kidneys nervous system and your Picnic & Party
'risk.even with short-term exposure is to young children
red blood cells:111e.greatest '
and pregnant? women. ,, :" HeadquartersJ J

,Lead levels in your drinking :water are likely to be highest; ,
'.if your horn or water system has lead pipes or '' ., #_._) Prices Begin Thurs.,
.if your home has copper pipes with lead solder,andif August 4thr Thru
your home is less than five years old.or Wed.. August 10th..
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..,.'...y ,..,., ,_H., .,'-ifyouJiaYe.soft or acidiC water, or d. 4' :., At Our StarUe St
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hoursI'he ,
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'; best Way to tell'if materials containing lead,have been used In your home '

If .,is to have the,water,tested. ',' I i';',; '

For more information contact. THE CITY OF STARKE at 964-5O27." "" l lm, ,) I {Yf
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,Reduction" of lead in your water can be accomplished by running water until f : 4'
cold before use. Use only water from the cold source to cook,with in the preparation of RiunleMx {llIr1f"u1 rwlrl ON'
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and federal Your standards water supply set by is law.These on test' insure a safe water supply Is delivered' to .U':..00.._.....,.....n.zt 10 58 499 ................'n.""f 849 !"rrM' ANAN "".AVA"A'S9 33913Z5.yAx : YAI
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FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
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Seagram's S agram'lt ,Ii:

'to the Florida' Wine Coolers GOLDEN 200 .,,.'..".,/1 NoNAf(.NI; "I."NNN, ........ /'IAV jIIIOZ.
The City of Hampton Is considering applying .1ITt.! ":1.',, ::'I.,; t; '\ ..pAK" IA...
DCA) for a Community .Apple Cr.nbrryGold. 12 of SPIRITS I l u..... 169 :H: 659,
Department of Community,Affairs ( ...P. tlTLS W' .-AAI 199 ..... 775 '
'Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to ,$300OOO.'These' .erw.k..... chMr. KASPBIRKY SPUN VOVKACANAMAN 'I I

'funds must be used for one of the.following purposes: VWwid WIN amy Ikanfc, :TC4UILA CVOUMA OI g-j Qorono';'Mr NS AN IN IM
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:1., "pTo benefit low and moderate Income persons; or 2. GINml 39 9 J 23ibis 939 4591799J&B : :

2. To aid In the'preventlon or elimination of slums or bllght'or,1' _

'3. To meet other community development needs having a'

particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious' '
and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the RARE SCOTCH i" M t t t

community and ,where other financial resources, not 1.75 LITER Amaretto

available to meet such,needs. 19.99' Di Saronno
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The activity categories for which these funds may be'used, VAT GOLDUTM 69 V.A'r un ,m' ,%r L12.99

are In the areas of housing and neighborhood revitalization cArt 't. J.i,'"- uPp o Dekuyper
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OR
and Include such physical Improvement activities as housing 94.25.Of 12 7 ... ttz RAY" Schnappswyes.
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rehabilitation clearance, water and sewer Improvements, Tea 1.

street Improvements drainage, and neighborhood facilities., : r.t 0132t 5.99

Additional Information regarding the range of activities that CROWN ; '

may be Undertaken, will be provided at the public; hearlng/ ROYAL '
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For,each activity that proposed, at least 51% of the funds 1 .6 RUM; .IyN :. '

must benefit low and moderate income,persons.In 1 !
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developing an application for submission to DCA.. the'City 1.75 LITER yr / ANCIENT M

must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of 12.49 'n 1 AGE G IM a

I planned CDBG activities. In addition the City Is required to' PEPSI,- lira

develop a plan to assist displaced persons. s s Regular tum Ba3 100 6.99Page


I The public hearing to receive views concerning thecommunity's TIMES EARLY ,Zoo: & Dlets99 a o joo GIN SKOL AM VODKA
needs will '
development
housing and community 1.75 LITER 1.5

i s, be held In City Hall at 7:30 p.m. on August 9, 1988. For additional 12.49 ,
Information contact Gordon Wadsworth City Clerk Post Office I ;

Drawer 250 Hampton, Florida 32044 telephone'(904) 468-1201, JACK r x A SMIRNO VODKAP
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Monday Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 a.m.to 3:00; p.m. DANIELS
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December 30, 1958 In Vol. 510 of Deedsat ONI COMMISSIONER
page 353 GROUP NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR REZONING THE CIRCUIT COURT
RICHARD D. KEYSER;tSQ. Per Two VeenINSPECTORS AND AMENDMENT OF THE. LAND OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAl
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DENTON. KEYSER LaBRECOUE 8 MOORE USE PLAN CIRCUIT IN AND FOR '

Attorney for Plaintiffs FOR SAID ELECTION BRADFORD COUNTY,
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( An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive .
xrlOF friif ]Ptflihel' Office and P O.Address Lucille Godwin, Margaret William FLORIDA ,
i Marine Midland Bonk Bldg.' Clara Colson Shirley AndrewsAgnes land Use Plan Element and CASE. NO 88.472.CA I "f:)
--;-. 150 lake Street Dlnklns. .Margaret DeSoe Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance ",, ''
whatever. as executor or administrator Elmira. New York 14902-1503 Oleeta Hardenbreek Bernendln Early with the. local Government IN RE:'The Morrlag.'of{ ',''p
NOTICE OF PROPOSED of any person who may be deceased and Telephone: ((607))734-6191; Lucy White Christine Harmon Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 o* SHIRLEY A. ALBERT ,',
BANK MERGER who, 111I"lng. would have any Interest I Irt 7/28 4tchg 8/1B Control! 0790 ALTERNATES provided fay In, Chapter 163 of the ,Wife "I
Notice It hereby given that the MER the premise described In the Complaint Elvlr. DeVoeMargaret Florida Statute, and '.\
r CHANT'S I SOUTHERN BANK N HERBERT t. ALBERT :
herein derived through the said RichardH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Moore
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA hot mode FLORIDA 10 All Citizen, taxpayer and other Ins Husband
his
ap- Coolbaugh or Devisees, '
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR tretd persons. :
plication to the Federal Depo.ll' Ins ,Distributes which CLERK
urance. Corporation, Washington D.C sons. BRADFORD COUNTY. Kay CarterIn The Bradford County Zoning and Plan NOTICE OF ACTION i.I'

20429 for its written content to merge are unknown to plaintiff: and BEULAH PROBATE DIVISION' Testimony whereof, I hereunto ning Board conducted a public hearing TO, HERBERT I. ALBERT Address i
with the MERCHANTS SOUTHERN. COOLBAUGH and FAYETTE LEON FILE NUMBER 88.56CP'DIVISION subscribe my name and cause the Seal' on Tuesday. July 26 1988 on the below Unknown, "
BANK OF CLAY COUNTY KEYSTONE ;COOLBAUGH If living and !Deceased. 1-3937 of the Town to be hereunto affixed this listed application and will make a YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ,
HEIGHTS, FLORIDA, any and alt who would claim through IN RE: ESTATE, OF 7th day of July I 1"'. recommendation to the Bradford County for dissolution of marriage and '
Any person wishing to comment on them under circumstance of the Estateof LEON f. NORMAN A.D.'Tr.vl.i .WoodsMayerCommissioner Commissioner' for their consideration, other relief hot been filed against you In
this application may file hit/her comm Richard H. Coolbaugh as set forth Deceased and action .at the prescheduled final the above styled Court and you are re-
.nts in writing with the Regional' Dlrec. above: and THE STATE OF NEW YORK, NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe ATTEST!Nell Tucker hearing for this application for reionlng 'quired to serve a copy of your written
tor of the Fed.ral Deposit Insurance Corporation Defendants, administration of the Estate of City Clerk and amendment of the Land Use Plan on defenses, if any, to It on TERENCE M.
at Itt Regional Office, Marquis To the above named defendants: LEON F NORMAN deceased File QUALIFYING TIME FOR THE ABOVE OFFICES Wednesday August 17, 1988 at the Com. BROWN. Attorney at law Post Off ic*
One Building 245 Peachtree Center You are hereby summoned to Number BB.56-CP. I I. pending In the Circuit OPENS AT NOON JULY 21, 111, mlssloner Room of the Bradford County Drawer 40. Stark, Florida 32091 on or

Avenue, N.E.,,.. Suite' 1200, Atlanta this action by serving a notice appearIn of appearance Court for Bradford County Florida AND CLOSES AT NOON;JULY 29, ltti. Courthouse, Starka, Florida at 730; p.m. before September S, 1988 and file the
Probate of which '
Division the address I I. and Ordinance relating to Original with the Clerk "
Georgia 30303. If any person desires to on the plaintiff attorney 714874Cnfrol : of this Courl.el'h.r ,
P.O. Drawer B, Starke:.Florida 32091
protest the granting of this application within thirty ((30)) day after service of The nom..and addresses of the 077 ,The retoning of the following described before service on the'above named
such person hat a right to do SO If the, I this Summons I I.complete, and in case of sonal and the personal per IN THE CIRcuii COURT FOR 'property and amending the Comprehensive attorney or Immediately, th..ft.r..olh.rwl. ,
protest I I. filed with the Regional'Director your failure to appear judgment will betaken representative set forth BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Land Use Plan to provide that land .. a DEFAULT will be entered
representatives
by August 6, 1988. Th. nonconflden- against you by default for the below. attorney are CIVIL DIVISION Currently honed RSF-MH and designatedby the agalnsf you for ,the relief. demanded i*
tlal portion of the application are on file relief demanded In the complaint filed All Interested required CASE 87'.I58.CA the plan 'as Rural Residential, be Petition,
persons ore tofile ,
In the Regional' Office o> part of the herein: CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS rezoned to OR-Agrlcultural', ,and WITNESS my hand and official seal. of
with this court, WITHIN THREE MON. ,
public file maintained by the Corporation Dated: July 19 1988. THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, designated Agricultural the property of this Court; on thin\ 27th day of July A.D..

This file I I. available for public Inspection ,TO THE DEFENDANTS BEULAH NOTICE: (1)) all claims against the estate"" Plaintiff, W, TROY LUKE. described a*, follow: ,1988, ,

during regular business hour COOLBAUGH HER HEIRS. DISTRIBUTEES and (.2)) any objection by an Interested vs Parcels 02144.(0-00100: 1.68 ac. and GILBERT S. BROWN ,
MERCHANTS 1 SOUTHERN BANK ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS IN INTERST on whom this notice was served' TALMADGE I. PRESSLEY and 02U6-0-00100.( : 0.32 oc a total of 2 acres, Clerk '
person of the Court
3345 N Main Street AND TO ANY OTHER KNOWN AND that challenges the validity of the will LINDA M. PRESSLEY his wife, in, Section IS Twns. 6 5.. .Rng. 22E, ,
Carol WllsomsDeputy
Gainesville, Florida UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS NOT OTHERS the qualification of the personal and FLEET FINANCE MORTGAGE. ,'INC. located en..half 'mil* Northeast of By Clerk ,
WISE SERVED WHO ARE HEIRS AT LAW representative, venue or jurisdiction of Defendants. Starka city limits oft West side of N.Ei, "
MERCHANTS& SOUTHERN BANK DISTRIBUTEES ASSIGNS 'OR SUCCESSORS the court.. NOTICE OF SALE .2nd St. k.o. luke Road to be used for (Court Seal) ,
OF CLAY COUNTY IN INTEREST TO RICHARD. H.: All,CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant rural.residential and raising of animals Terence M. Brown:P.A: "'
100 Commercial Circle to the Final'
COOLBAUGH. DECEASED: SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Judgement entered in Case '' .. for Wife' ,.
'You Attorneys
are further given{ NOTICE that"
Keystone Florida The Number 87.15B.C.. In the Circuit a
Height foregoing Summon Is served Court,
of has
Publication this notice begun on Post Office, Drawer
of
said 40
proposed ORDINANCE 'I. .
copy
7/7 B/. of Bradford County Florida I will/ sell
51chg upon you by publication pursuant to an
July :28, 1988 available for Starke. Fiord.a 32091
"' the your Inspection at he off -
situated
Control 0756 order of the Honorable Charles B. Swart. property In Bradford Courtty. -
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: ,ice of the Director of Zoning and Planning t((904)) 964 8272 .
wood,' of Florida described
a Justice the Supreme Court of MELBA as:
FAULKNER
''i SUPREME COURT the State of New York,,signed the 15th'; 1', O. Bow 38"'"I LOT 51 on Pin.Avenue, Crystal take City Hall. Thompson Str.el. Stork, 8125
Florida B41c"'g
STATE OF NEW YORK 'day of July,,1988,'at Elmira, New York Roiford Fla 32083 Homesltes, according to Plot thereof as
COUNTY OF CHEMUNG and filed on the 18th day of July, 1983., ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL, recorded In Plat Book 3, page 6, of the Each and ev.ry person having any Interest
,SUMMONS AND NOTICE with the Complaint In.the office of the REPRESENTATIVE) current public records of Bradford Courtly whatever In the enactment of this
Index No. 88.2233 clerk of the Court of Chemung at 'the LARRY E. CIESLA ESQ ) Florida proposed ORDINANCE: should. appear
RJI No.88-0387-11 Chemung County Courthouse the City P.O. Bon 1161Gainesville. at public sale, to the highest bidder ,and be heard:! at the. time ,and place Think'RAY.All The Way!
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of Elmira New York Fla. 32602 for cash at the front door of the Brad- prescribed. _'.

DONALD A. EASTON and ELAINE E, The object of this action to compel the I T.lephone(904)( ) 376,5603 ford County Courthouse In Starke;. BOARD OF BRADFORD pd pot
'BURNETT Individually and a* Executorsof determination of any claim adverse to-,,:" 1/282'c"'g8/" Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 25th day. of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
those of the plaintiffs pursuant to Article August, 1988
the ESTATE OF ALBERT L. EASTON. Control 0792' BY:,Gilbert S. Brown Clerk FREE
Deceased, and CHARLES W. EASTON 15 of the Real property Actions and Proceedings GILBERT. BROWN
,) and GRACE M. EASTON Plaintiffs, Low of the State of New York In' PRIMARY ELECTION AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy 8/4 Control 0800 EXPLORING
against premise described as follows I, Travis Woods, Mayor-Commissloner Cathy Higglnbotham" GOD'S WORD
ESTATE OF RICHARD H. COOLBAUGH. All THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND of the City of Starke, Florida by virtue ol Deputy Clerk
," and all Devisee, Distributees and Heir situate the Town of Southport, County the Authority vested .In me by law do I 7/28 2tchg 8/4 -
at Law of the sold Richard H. Coolbaugh; of Chemung and State of New York. ,and hereby call a First Primary Election to be Control- 0793REQUEST -.. STARKE'CHURCH HOME BIBLE STUDYThe
deceased and also all person who by1' being known and designated as lot No h.ld at the City Hall In the aforesaid City, OR BIDS Bible Course b taught In your
purchase ,or Inheritance or otherwise .'I"' as laid down on a subdivision map of of :qualified veter en Tuesday,, THE CITY OF LAWTEY will be taking ? OF GOD home free of charge.
hove or claim to have an interest In thepremlsei liberty Manor made by W.B Timbrel!,, September 13. !".(, A.D. for the purpose bids on the Improvement of South Park 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 This Is a non-denominational study
described In the Complaint Surveyor, by, survey completed' March of electing the following officers), Street from West Lok.Street to Adams based only on what,"thus solth the,'
herein* derived through the sold Richard' 20, 1918, and recorded In the Chemung; ONE COMMISSIONERGROUP Street.' Improvement will be to widen John Sprailln PastorWe 'word of God.'
H. Coolbaugh or through his Devisee,. County Clerk' Office a* Cow Mop No.: I street to 20 ft. for a distance of 901 It. to Invite you to worship with us.,, U.P.C
Distributee or Heir at Law or through 423;, 'and, being a part of the' same Fey Two.Years, provide a 12 It. wide entrance drive to, Attended Nursery/ APOSTOLIC TRUTH .

any of them, which DeviseesDistribute. premises conveyed to Albert L. Boston Fire Station from South Park Street' approximately ., Sunday School ,iV lOam 782-3303
.., Heirs at Law and other perisons. ,, and Dorothy I,, Easton,'and Charles W., ,ONE COMMISSIONER 160 ft,, to concrete apron,. Morning Worship "tl,"i.."I.i;, lam I Emmett Bright ',
If any there be, and their names Easton and Grace M.i Easton by'deed GROUP 3 Bids must be received by 12.00 noon, Evening Service .'iJ.i.,r .; 6pm Rev. .
ore unknown to plaintiffs, and all per dated December 4/i and recorded In th.1 For Two Years on August, 20,, )1988., Wr-clnrorla Youth ,. . 7:TOpm To schedule your home bib!?
Chemung County Clerk's 7/2)Itch, 8/11 study or for additional Intorniotltfrt
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964-7783 I'2 Semis I 864 N.Temple 964-7061 964-6111
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STARKE DlUlngubhed./ Caring 5efvfc/ '1 Samuel' Co.

Weretwildstarters, alternators Steve', for d"C50"ao"Futch Z ,' '22f65"': 'J J ,GENERATOR' ,Hwy 301. S.: PO Box,'207

& Generators an I SotuJ'y '238 Washington St. ,Starke'

Auto Marina.Cycle Batteries Starke 96-W200 .1 ct'O"CIU .

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SERVICE 1100-,1'11&1/0010; lif rtithlnn trunk*' *bet k..n ull over oiir. lun.1 1.\'lu RESIDE-VTIAL. 0 COMMERCIAL
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Irom page 1A anu auecled properly owners did not ,The' Judge found the ,commis- N< H h ; ; .) ; ,Slack. FL 32091 Intend to register told

The final judgement outline zon- ,receive public notice of the Bradford sioners and the zoning board fictitious name, under the" aforesaid
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ing procedures that were then in ef County Commission public;! hearing'of members did not provide 'proper statute,
fect, quoting the Bradford County March 2, 1987,and were not awareof notice and/or agendas of meetings, Doted this 29th day of July, "A.0. 1988
,Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal said' public hearing until but stated "Defendents failure In Bradford County
as to INTENTION TO All Cltlient, Taxpayer and other" Ir* 8/4 4tpd 8/25,,
saying the letters on the sign postedon sometime after the date of the public', ::I' give adequate notice does not con- TO REGISTER terested persons .
the property were too small to be hearing.It stitute criminal violation of Section FICTITIOUS NAME The Bradford County Plan.
seen from the road. further states the commis- ,286.oil. Florida Statutes.' ring Board conducted a pubic hearingon
The legal advertisement advisedthe sioners did not publish an agenda of ,Having said no criminal violationswere ,Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Tuesday July 26, I 1988 on the' below
public of the Zoning Board hear its meetings, and provided no writ- found, Judge Mickle ordered "Statutes. nolle I hi h.rby given that the listed application and will make a
ing on February U, 1987, but failedto ten or published notice of the and adjudged that: undersigned, R.V Durronce: 864 ,N. recommendation to the Bradford County
advise'the public of the County specific dates of its commission, 1. The Bradford County Commission Temple AM... Stork. FL 32091, sole Commissioner for their consideration NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR REZONING
Commission public hearing on the meetings or .the ,matters to be is declared to have violated Sect owner doing bu ln... under the firm and action at the prescheduled final '.AND AMENDMENT OF THE /LAND
matter on March, 1987, discussed. tion 286.Oil, Fla Stat.? and Section name of Durrance Pump S Supply Co, hearing for this application for reionlng: USE PLAN
Since that time, public notices con- Judge Mickle stated, 'Whether or! 24.3 pf the Bradford County Zoning 864 N. Temple Avenue, Stark., Fl 32091 and amendment of the Land Use Plan on
U.m both dates in the legal advert not the Bradford County Commis- 'Code by its failure to give,proper intend to register said fictitious name ,Wednesday August 11, 1988 at the' Com- An ORDINANCE amending ,the Com-:
under the alore old statute. .. Land plan Element and
m. lan.r. Room of the Bradford prehenilve Use
of sion made County
tisements, precluding recurrence the correct decision in public notice of the public hearings
Doted this ]if of Courthouse Bradford Florida In .
the Yates day August A D. Starke, Florldo at 7:30 p.m Map by County accordance
the situation. conducted March 2 ,the
granting rezoning requestis 1987 on 1988 In Bradford County \ and Ordinance with the local GovernmentComprehensive
relating to:
The final stated that now moot since such Yates
judgement action! was rezoning request 8/4 4tpd B/2S Planning Act of 1975 a*
some members of the general public, wbsequenllv reversed" 2. Plaintiffs are entitled to recover The rezonlng of the /following described provided for In Chapter 163 of the '
,n, reasonable attorney fees and costs property and amending the Comprehensive Florida Statute.
from the Defendants pursuant to land Use Plan to provide that land

Section 286.011(4)), Fla. Stat. currently zoned Open Rural and TO: All Citizens,Taxpayer and other interested -
KENWIN SHOPS This court reserves jurisdiction to. designated by the plan ai Agriculture, persons .
be rezoned
determine the amount of such NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR REZONING to Commercial, and The Bradford County Zoning and Plan-
reasonable fees and costs if the par;: AND,AMENDMENT OF THE LAND designated Commercial, the property of ning Board conducted a public hearingon
111 W. Call St. Stark ties are unable to stipulate, to the 'USE PLAN;, ,/HAROLD follows L, BIDDIX, .described as Thursday July 28, 1988 on the below
: Approximately 2 6 acres, out of
will
amount lilted application, and make a
Parcel 00103-0-01400, In See 12, Twn, 6's.
John An ORDINANCE amending the 'Comprehensive recommendation to the Bradford County
Attorney Kopelousos, who .. Rng 20E.,, located 7 miles Northwestof
Land Use' Plan Element and Commissioner for their consideration
represented Bradford County Com- Starke at S.R, 100 and C.R.233, 224 ft.
ONLY Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance and action at the prescheduled final
ONE DAY missioners
in the suit has not on Hwy 100, for highway business. and
for this for
presented for his services with; ,the local GovernmentCompreheniiye hearing application rezoning
a charge retail.
Planning Act of 1975 01 t community and amendment of the Land Die Plan on
FRI. :AUG. 5 9:30 am '- 7:00 pm represented Attorney. the Terence Plaintiffs Brown in the provided lot'[n Chapter 163 'of th.' You are further given NOTICE that acopy Tuesday August ,16, 1988 at the Commissioner
Florida StotulefWHEELER'S of said proposed ORDINANCE Is.available Room of the Bradford County
case. His charges and court costs for your Inspection at the office ,Courthouse Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m.
i./j: 200/oOFF are, not known at this time. of the Director of Zoning and Planning and Ordinance relating to; <(

City Hall, Thompson Street Starke, The rezoning of the following described
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I STOCKtj.; DISCOUNT 'Florida. property and amending the Comprehen
ON ALL Each and every, person having any Interest live Land Use Plan to provide that land
;, whatever In the enactment of this currently zoned 1-1 and designated by'
GROCERY proposed ORDINANCE should appear the plan, a* Industrial be rezoned to
and be heard at the time and place R2A and designated Mult!.family,
BIG prescribed residential the property of NORMAN J.
,INCLUDES CONTI described 01 follows:: Parcels
BOARD OF BRADFORD 0-00000 and 03408.0-00000 in Section
i COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,. 28, Twn 6 S., Rng?22 E., Lots: N19
4' REDUCED CANDY SALE BY: Gilbert' $. Brown Clerk ',1/2 feet of lot 1 and 2,3, 4, *5 of Blk 1 of
Livingston Truby S Company Subd. at 383N.
r/ftffifftj ,8/4 Control; 0799 Cherry St., In Northeast Stark. lormultifamily
y !t !
MERCHANDISE ) fJ ,t residential,

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v NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO You are further given NOTICE that a
TOOTSIE ROLLS's REGISTER ,copy of laid proposed, ORDINANCE is
.. # FICTITIOUS NAME available for your Inspection at the office ,
of the Director of and Plann )
Zoning
Best Prices Starke /
LAYAWAY SALE In : Pursuant. to 'Section '865.09, Florida ing City Hall, Thompson Street.Starke. ,'.

,ON ITEMS FOR BACK TO SCHOOL' ,212 E. Call Street Statutes notice Is herby given that ,the Florida. "" i',j,
undersigned. H.I, Dye.; III, 900 Walnut Each and having In. "
person any
"By: The Railroad Tracks'" I St., Starke FL 32091 sole owner, doing tereit whatever every in the enactment of this
business under the firm name of B ad- proposed ORDINANCE should appearanbe
heard at the time and place'

prescribed "
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BOARD OF CITY OF STARKE "

N 11110N EYDOWN"I BY COMMISSIONERS; Darrell O'Neal ", t

Director, Starke Zoning. C Planning' i, )',

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''IiSALEB.RATION'' 1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION"r FOR REZON* t

ING AND AMENDMENT USE PLAN OF' THE,LAND


An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehenilve ,
,1988 Land Use Plan Element and ..
Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance
II with 'the local Government
R
angers Rangers Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
NO MONEY ri provided for In Chapter 163 of the
i Florida Statute.

I DOWN -- l. TOt All Cttteene*Taxpayers and other. interested "
$73OOLess '
) persons.
+; f J ,. The Bradford County Boning and Plan
: fling Board conducted a public hearing '
$300 Rebate ''on Thursday July 28, 1988 on the below
listed dppli.tton'and, will make, a
No Money recommendation to the Bradford CountyCommissioner '
I *' for their considerationond ,
s'f,4 Down action at,the"'prescheduled final
no oa 6 (jj" hearing for this application for rezoning
and amendment of the Land Use Plan on
Tuesday, August 16, 1988 at the Com
missioners Room of the Bradford County
1988 FORD I Courthouse Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m.. ,
1988; I Ranger 1988Bronco and Ordinance relating to"
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TEMPO GL n 4x2Sale The rezoning of the following described ,, ,
.setter property and amending the Comprehensive :
,Air Cond., Speed Control; SUPERCABlQ,905 ""rte Land Use Plan to provide that land
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zoned RIC and designated by'
currently
'Tilt Wheel Stereo ,
,;'AM/FM the plan as Residential low density be"
'Cassette$928O $ S-.peC'd.AJr.AM/FMSt..ra' rezoned to '.1. and designated Light 'Industrial
w/Casette.V-6 Engine,Luggage the property of LaRue Williams. '
6Cyl.. : ""; Flack Deluxe Wheel Trirri.' Margaret C. Williams' described as
,Air 'Premium Sound System Cloth follows: 3.0 acres out. of, Parcel
'Less $5OO Rebate & Vinyl Seat Trim RWJ..TIres, $ 1 02844..OOOOO. Sec. 27r Twn 6 S? Rng 22 '
> Deluxe Tulone' PaintAfter'Rebate 595 E.. located In East Starke, off South side '
No ,Money Down! 'Salff l Priced at Only of E. Brownlee (Hwy 161.) for business of,

_. After Rebate flee and storage, of heavy equipment.You .
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are further given NOTICE that a
NO MONEY DOWN NO:MONEY DOWN copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE I*,,
available for your inspection at the alike ,':
Aerostat ol the Director of Zoning and Planning
1988 -
,, ,, Wagon Festiva Plus .. Starke '' .
City Hall. Thompson Str.. ., '
Cloth Captains Chairs. Air Cond. florida, ,' fi;'

[ ,Privacy Glass Rear Window Washer e-- ,,2 Door Cloth Bucket Seats.' Each and every person having any In;' {I'I':' "' 'f: :"' ,
Wiper. RW Defrost. Auto.Trans., Speed '4-Speed, Air,Conditioned terest whatever In the enactment of this,' t /'' "U: 'i<,:::
ConttQI: .TIt( Wheel' XL,,Trim proposed. ORDINANCE should appear :; ,y ": ,;;'
$ and be heard at the time and ..place. '' '' '. ':. :,,1 14'.,
Afterl 'After "' S
$ .
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.13 ,.104 Rebate ,432, Rebate prescribed I :,: 'f-: "
BOARD OF CITY OF STARKE'' ?I"'
COMMISSIONERS,'. ,4I!I' ,', 1\\'::
BY: Darrell O'Neaf "

SUPER SAVINGS SALE Director Storke Zoning C Planning ..

8/4 Control 1 0796
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'83'Ford'Ranger; Nissan ''86' Ford Escort e.YY 1984' ,Bronco II I'I'Klngcab )', NOTICEAPPLICATION "" ,

4x4 '. -SpeedAC; 5-10 Blazer 1st.cAir'iulonf? ;, ;r: FOR REZONING i ,',
S AC, Roll Bar ACCtear' ')'4 ;;
Sp., ; AM/FM.Stereo, < '''' ; '
I CRAIG SALLEY has mad.appllcatlan'' ,

:Only $3,9,95 Only ,$5,995 ,Only '$4 995 Only '$6,695 Only !59,95' ; to the for Starke reclassification Zoning C Planning of the property Department .

I described below from B-3 to S.2 Parcel
"86MAZnARX7 '86 TOYOTA '86 Ford LTD '1986'' ''Aerosfar ',,1985 Chevrolet 02993.0-00000, In Section 28:Twn. 6 S.., w ,
'4.000r. Celebrity. Rng.22E., located 743 S. Walnut St., k/o I.
CAMRY AutO.A/C.AM/FM AufoAIrConct:.
I Auto, A/C'Sharp' Stereo I Auto, Af,. Stereo Executive Park, off West,ide of U.S. 301
'. '/ -lEAufo'AirSf6rao: ; 7.PQII.ng." S South of CSX spur track and North of Edwards .

,,Only ,$10,9,95 ..onty $8 995 only 6,495 'Only $10,9,95 Only $5 ,495'' commercial Rood development.The to be used for. community

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1985.Chevy Van 1986 ,Nissan ;L nco n '84 ,Bronco II, '87 BRONCO'XL'r;: conducted Starke a public Zoning; hearing and Planning on Thursday.Board

8 pa..nger'AutO'AI,Cond.: ', 'Maxim .' Towncar, XLS ..... '-AJ"St""h"< July 28. 1988. on the' above listed resorting -
f axed ; .
"f ," Loaded 22OODMpes Alt Condllloned rWII application and will make a recommendation

Only I $7 '995 ''onlY' $12',700'Only' ,$1'9' 900 I, Only. s7,495 '2to, -Ch parnlt.': rri': 1 at the for to their prescheduled the City consideration of Stake final Commissioners and hearingfor action .,;

thus application for rezoning on Tuesday .-.
,August 16, 1988 at 7:30: p.m. In the
SUPER SAVINGS SALE Council Room of Starke City Hall. Starke,,,,,
." Florida At this time the Stake City
Commission will make the final decision
on the. proposed application, after having '
two public .hearings, two odver.tlsements ..
and posting All person Interested
.; TERWILLEGAR MOTORS In this application are "hereby '

given notice to time and place for the

two.publicheoring. required. ;: ;,

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Healthy Harvest... .



Organic Gardener Grows Wide Variety of Crops Without Chemicals '


by Marcia Goodge are several acres, or just back-yard ditives preservatives and pesticides however, Is ot the opinion that bigger ,, -
'; B-section Corespondent ''sized. Today's gardener has the which help them grow bigger and is not necessarily better. Her
I Many people .in our area plant benefit of volumes of scientific Infor., better crops. quarter-acre garden plot Is run total-
':', ,gardens 0 all kinds,, whether they mation and gallons of chemical ad- Rainie Miller of /Graham ly on an organic gardening method.

: .' .- .- .... '" I ....'" 1 She uses only natural fertilizers! and
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natural methods of pest control. '
Miller grows myriads of different :
vegetables in her garden including ;
I + hot red pepper, Silvet Queen corn,
s .ry t tomatoes,' potatoes eggplant, okra, v
f .4 types of peas and beans, 3 types of '
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squash, cantalope] watermelon, q1 ?

," cucumbers, cabbage, broccoli,
:.i '"'' asparagus, carrots beets' and 3
types of bell peppers.
", ,"':'I Miller is an experienced gardener
who has had a green thumb for 20
0' years. The largest garden she ever
I'' had .was 10 acres,' but the one she
'I works now is much smaller being
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acre,
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"Fresh vegetables are

always the best. \\lien

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grow;;you know exactly, w
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1,''',I.'.,,,,. carefully so that they can be easily
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' hoed. In between some of the rows
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11,;t\1\!" (\, :: marigolds, zinnias, bachelor's but-
tons and moss roses, while the

, perimeters of the garden are plantedin
sunflowers. Miller says that the
flowers are natural protection ,
against nematods. Their presence
.,. keeps the nematods off the nearby< I"
vegetables.' '. *'
Miller that the'drought has'' t
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Beware :Lightning DangersNow nt\ ,adversely affected her garden' .
much since she planted early enoughfor C "r r" ""tiOrganic' ',', -

the plants to develop strong root Gardening... ,
that the'spring drought :Is soon 'atlal'kt-tt by beetles and will degrees .V.''may make an entire tree- :systems. She waters the;; flowers
I : over* summer thunder storms with soon die. A large loblolly pine at the burst into 1 flames?, while "cold"' since' their shallow'root, systems (Above, I left) Ralnle Miller of Graham chowi off come of the produce,
accompanying heavy lightning are H.G.Paterson.Jr home on Kingsley, lightning can makeit literally explode .don't go down far enough to collect 'harvested from her completely organic garden earlier this ummer,
occuring almost .daily, Trees' ,lake was struck last but' while striking at a speed of enough water from the soil. (Above) Miller mid ihe filled several refrigerator with the proceed
:', : ', especially tall pines;'are especially the'' owner managed summerr, it by' ,20,000( miles })('r'5C''ond. Occasionally '"Fresh vegetables are always the from her garden while be tried to put them all up She bad plenty, to
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,{i ,',,z. :;, vulnerable during this period. spraying several times with acid to. both types fail to- cause serious best." says Miller\ : "When you've store and plenty more to give away. '
Lightning damage' to trees is kill the beetles. This tree was at onetime damage, but months later the tree watched them grow, you know, ex-
:'',J,': r":, 'variable and appears to depend on the"champion" loblolly pine in might die from burned root and internal actly what you're getting" .
:'11,' ',( the voltage of the charge, themoisture "Florida but has since been tissue damage. Miller puts in a lot of hard work Classified
,.If} I: :,:", content of the protion "dethroned"' by a larger one foundin Tall trees or those' growing tilonr' "but she says she thinks it's worth it," Our Section,

',;' struck, and the species of tree involved a state forest.Socalled inopen pa't'Kt'lw trees'with root, in'BRYAN' "It's, ,time, consuming, and hardSrePageltB "
' When struck and ,"hot bolts'' with.ternnrmtyres
, : pines are Is' Real Find
'.1,,<'.,\","IC" ,' weakened ligbtning; ;,,.;.they, are rapgingover+ ,25,000\ ( : a .'

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Seven Bradford County Residents ..

.f To have a smooth-running city and county
government,you must have qualified people!
Sentenced Cocaine' Charges order these elected ...
' on ,. In to have people ,they'
1)) must contact a* many voters as possible to'

<, Bradford residents Douglas Lucian Conner, 39, was Black. Jackson was found guilty exprcai their qualifications
Three
. more May 10 of two counts of conspiracyto As and of the Fried Chicken
" were sentenced recently' In Jackson- :sentenced! to three years in federal owner operator
ville (to serve time in federal prisonon prison for distribution of .cocaine.Connet" distribute cocaine. Jackson had Factory,we allow one and all candidates to,
drug charges, pled guilty May 13 ,to been In custody of the U. S. Marshal post their political signs and information on
distribution of a quantity of cocaineto Since May 10 our property without showing partiality to 1 D l 'KEN
Judith Alkire Moody Smith Was James Ronald Kelly In'January FACTOFLIR 1 pt
The arrests of the above anyone.
were partof
sentenced June 22 by Judge benjamin 1986. Conner has 45 days to report to
the Bureau of Prisons according to a two-year Joint investigation by
Kentzman to serve six years Thank, 904-964-4415
the Federal Bureau of Investigation,
\ Assistant U. S. Charles
,,.. In federal prison.She was remanded Truncale. Attorney Florida Department of Law Enforcement 'ILL Dye open 6am. Hu/ySOl & Starke.Fla. ""HLDye)
to custody at the time of her sentenc and the Drug Enforcement
ing.Smith pled guilty April 11 to conspiracy Administration.
to distribute cocaine. Danny L Jackson 35, was
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AIiIAnf.'d tr.'igtd v fir hy liHi!*

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Lightning



;) from page Strikes.HI' .. One Stop Shopping Plus,


;. moist soils, or those growing along
s( bodies of water are most susceptible
to lightning strikes. Although. no
species is totally immune, some are
mor resistant to lighting bolts than WE SELL ONLY l nn-Dixk
others Elm, maple. oak, and pine
are most commonly hit in this area
Some foresters attribe this varia-
tion in damage to the physical composition U.S. CHOICE BEEF ..I
of the tree Those that are
high in oils such as birch and beech a e
are poor conductors of electricity,
pw hereas those high in starch content STORE, HOURS '

(ash, maple, and oak are good con MONDAY SATURDAY wmm __ i
.
ductors. Decaying deeprootedtrees
or
appear to be more subject to 8'A P M

attack healthy trees than, shallow-rooted or 'Msu.SUNDAY DP} PRICES'GOOD. IN 'THE FOLLOWING'" WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:,

It is sometimes!said that lightning .1"I 0A STARKEQ _
"never"slrikes' twice in the, same' .M. ,,9 P.M. __ cNn* 4XU mourn *

place", but in fact, some trees have
been struck as many as seven times,
judging by scars on their trunks ML ( S i HI III E BEEF: AND PORK fS TRIMMED! TO A yi ARTER INCH:
Owners are advised to inspect an i
Injured tree ,carefully before at R' '
I tempting to remedy the d lam L, Many trees are severely injured internally RESERVED ; "
1 below the ground THURS WED., .
I. or ::::.:: ,:\
despite, absence of external Symp AUGUST 4-10, 1988 BUNS LOVE"r r
f toms. ''Consequently, expensive _{ -
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treatment should not be undertaken 1 \ CENTER CUT VUR ". 'C---: 4 \' -
until the tree appears to'' be capableof l f -

When making: external a recovery.damage is not too CHUCKROAST P i ''FD 'f) 9>

serious, or' where{ the tree is -:.
especially'' valuable,, 'several immediate T 1i.........1T1 .J1lU1II'.SllS.
measures; are' advisable. '
Some benefit mayi; be,derived by $
-- I..Y.I'I :::
tacking, on burlap, covering up any -:.:....-:', .-'," ..-u. -'................... ', '.
long thin pieces of bark that have
been splitor lifted from the'sap:, s
I wood.Shattered limits and torn birk BRAND HANOI
'shoUld, be removed carefully; and
open surfaces dressed. In addition,: PAK.
.the, tree.Should{, be ferlili/.ed and $ I 2 7iR ''r i
" growth.watered well to stimulate.vigorous c /.:;>; :

5.CHOICE "
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"'I I trees call County .Korehter'.' Dave-. | BONE-IN BEEF : "
Norton at 964-6280) '
r W-D- ,BRAND U.S. CHOICE


Seat. Belt, 5-LB. PKG.. ,LB. .w '
'W-D BRAND U.S.D.A. INSPECTED, "
1:SMOKED PORK 'FARMSTEAD WHOLE SLICED FREE -It IB.PKQ.
Use ''Shows''No SMOKEDHAMS .,' ,'- :
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SHOULDERPICNICS BONELESS : .I-.,' "
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" PORK CHOPS .r'1 \ 'i' '''
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,:', ''Seat belt usage is virtually un- 77 3 .( J 97 /,r'." ,,' ._.. 48

'1 changed to from a report-six released months today ago:according by- LB. L8. IL .......,\....,-".- L8.

the ,AAA Clubs of Florida; The BRAND U S CHOICE' W-D BRAND U 8'CHOICE W-O BRAND U.S.CHOICE -
statewide survey'was conducted by BONELESSSHOULDER $'97 SEMI BONELESS $|77 SLICED 69 TENDER $,2 85 .'

,. ''AAA staff who made 63,267 observa- ROAST u ROAST BEEF LIVER CHUCK STEAK '"
,: tions at 200 locations to help assess' ____ .CALIFORNIA Lt ; !!.... I u .
i
e' W-O BRAND U S CHOICE WOO BRAND U S. CHOICE W-O BRAND U.S.CHOICE BONE I
' seat''After belt a usage year and a half of seat belt BONELESS ,$227 BONELESSCHUCK $|97 CENTER CUT $i57 LEAN $227 ';

" enforcement, the survey in 25 .SHOULDER STEAK, .11. ROAST ,w. CHUCK STEAK tl", uWO I, GROUND'ROUND 'a
.. Florida cities revealed a statewide '\i S. CHOICE W-O BRAND U.S.CHOICE, BRAND U.S.CHOICE/ '
i i LEAN $195
compliance rate of 51.3 percent only ROUND BONE $177'
CUBED
BRAND
Increase from the January W-D $285 GROUND I
a slight Lt17l
1988 figure j of 49.8 percent. This rate CLUB ROAST. ..f : CHUCK STEAK ., u' SHOULDER ROAST LI: CHUCK.IN: SPICTEDtls'
reflects a stabilization of usage and HICKORY SWEET (
INSPECTED, --F. W-O BRAND REGULAR
ends a downward trend revealed in BONELESSHAMS FRnR.
'July 1987:when the rate fell to.51.9. FRYER BOLOGNA
,percent in January of 1987. FRANKS DRUMSTICKS"FEED ,
:
The statistics show that'women I"k: :'." THIGHS or
buckled up more'',frequently! "',,CST, \ ?.J:: I'" '
percentl than men (46.4 percent .....,,,1\/, ,,\ .I.,
51.8 percent of the drivers were in, :' i' 68, $199 68
compliance with 48.8 percent of front -t: La. LR'
seat passengers buckling!: up. Under'; l4 PKfi
the Florida seat I belt law. drivers
can be cited for those front seat .
passengers.. 15 years 0(. a"e'and .
.. younger who fail to buckle up. Front -.u :
,seat passengers 16 years'and older
can be cited individually. PURDUE DELI
fRESH
motorists claimed the
Palm Beach
highest usage rate At 69.9 percent;; '
the lowest level of compliance; was, lURKEr $ 9,9CALIFORNIA :'
,
found in Daytona Beach, where only' 6SC.
38.9 percent bothered to buckle up. '

killed. Well on'Florida's'highways over two-thirds of the people last SOURBREAST LB. PLUMS. 'LB.

were not wearing seat belts If
year HERRLICH BAKED or
LEMON or PLAIN TM
worn properly, ,seat belt use can
FREeH
save lives and decrease the severityof OLD FASHION HONEY CURED I FLORIDA '

Many injuries opponents sustained of seat! an belt accident usage ',"m. -. POUND, CAKE HAM AVOCADOES. ... LUN': :88e

claim.they know, of someone who .-
died in a crash involving fire or J' CAMPBELL'S e
.
submersion in water because they $299 $179 : $8
MUSHROOMS .
were "trapped" with a.seat belt on. ; '} 'z toe: ,' HALF : I ,
. Cumulative statistics' clearly show Lts. HARVEST FHESH ALFALFABEAN
,:, that less than one-half of one percent -- ,v' ,
of motor vehicle accidents involve NATURE HAKES THE PRODUCE SPROUTS . .98e
fire or water submersion and those A FAMILY OF : : : '
who are.buckled up stand a much '-. ._ __ rWINNDIXIEMAKESTHEDIFFERENCE .

", greater scious. chance of remaining con 8 PIECE INCLUDES: HARVEST FRESH ,

'The AAA Clubs of Florida actively e 2 EACH THIGHS, LEGS, $ A 9 9 'WHITE P0TATOCS PEANUGREENH TS
lobbied for a seat belt law in Florida FRIED BREASTS AND WINGS '
and continue to monitor usage In an
attempt to focus educational ac- LB.. POTATO SALAD
tivities toward areas ol low coma CHICKEN e LB. COLE SLAW Oat .. 5-1.& 'f 88e,
. ...
. pliance and raise public awareness. LOAF OF
1.1.
WE FRY'CHOLESTEROL
and
AAA Peninsula Motor Club
DINNERA
7 AAA East Florida are working with BREAD FREE .
''state agencies and other organization -
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with a Friend
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MORTGAGE


BANKERS : Attorney's Office Reports Increased Case-load'


The Bradford Office of State At-. ,No judicial action was taken on 15 cepted.. The office declined the Barbara Jean Klondes arrested
torney Eugene Whitworth received cases and ten violation of probations recommendation of HItS on ,three April 22 for possession of crack cocaine -
[i'Ej] 65' new individuals caves and/or were filed. One plea of guilty was accepted petitions : dismissed, insufficient
felony defendants for prosecution The following cases received final evidence
during the month of June*accordingto \\o'ift file ht misdemeanor cases disposition during the month ;of Julie Lee Diprima arrested April
LENDER Investigator Wiley Clark were and seven prior cases June. 22 for possession of cocaine;
Harold K. Davli, loan Officer A HANK Of BOSTON COWV1M?! Three of the cases were prison were dismissed by the office In June, dismissed, insufficient evidence.
related said Clark. The office declined I to John Lee Alexander arrested Gregory A. Presley arrested Feb.
BancBostoii Mortgage, CorporationLICENSED Information was filed on 39 prior prosecute: nine cases and two guilty April 22 for possession of controlled 24 for conspiracy to deliver cocaine,
cases and the office declined lo pro- pleas were accepted, substance, case dismissed. Insufficient possession of firearm in commissionof
: MORTGAGE 8ROKER/I SL'IUnS secute II cases. Seven cases were \Five petitions\ were 'filed in evidence as to this defendant felony, witness failed to appear
dismissed There were no jury juvenile court. The'state attorney I toward Lynn Jones arrested April for testimony insufficient evidence.
817 NW 56th Terrace Suite A,Gainesville Florida 32C07, trials.The office conducted tine state dismissed one juvenile petition and 22 for possession of crack cocaine; Terrance L. Walker arrested Feb. 0
Office attorney Investigation and filed l five one petition received! nonjudlcial action insufficient evidence as to this 24 for conspiracy to deliver; cocaine,
375-2950 Local Number 4730260 felony/apneoN. \Four pleas! of.guilty were ac:: defendant, possession of firearm in commissionof

F11A VA,Coo'VeoUQoalliome Mortgages Second Mortgages! a felony, witness failed to appear
for testimony, insufficient evidence
Richard (livers arrested Feb. 24
'for conspiracy to deliver cocaine,
possession of firearm in commissionof
felony; witness failed to appear



,, Unbeatable Everyday Low: Prices l !I for with retail person Edwin testimony resisting theft; court.case Cooper obstruction,transferred officer inefficient. Haywood with by to evidence disguised violence charged misdemeanor -,



Pricilla Ann Oinkins arrested'
April 22 for possession of controlled
substance; case consolidated with

FRESH SEAFOOD FROM. THE: FISHERMAN'S WHARF FROM THE CHEESE SHOP another for Johnny possession case.Mae Allen of drug arrested' paraphernalia !\lay.4.

; transferred to (misdemeanor-
cause MtAMC,WOUND MfF OMtMNtO !NI,
DULY WfTH Mt%MAL CHCEU division,
CHEESE SHOP Yllah Slocum charged with ag'.
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'MF J uJI FRESH 41 TO 50-CT.'' FRESH GRANNY PAK gravated battery; transferred to'

'. .. rao !.l os ,MAYPORTSHRIMP GROUPER SEAFOOD 12".PIZZA, misdemeanor Damon Jefferson division.\\hitaktr arrested .

W toffs FILLETS SALAD April 1, 1986 for grand theft,
f case dismissed, restitution made.
50' Tommy Smith,arrested April ,in
99 2 5 for grand theft, burglary: case
Q $469B$5 $2"
FOR' dismissed, lacks prosecutive merit\
with
La LI. Johnnie Mae Burch charged
F1SHERMAN5WHARF; aggravated assault, battery
NEW YORK
transferred to. misdemeanor, ;' ilivl-
... ,'.. SHARPCHEDDAR. $099 sion,
: Halibut- Steak L" 3" Salmon Steaks La $5" Maine Lobsters $799 ,, .. I U. Debra Gann. arrested i March 21 for

: :. ,' : ,evidence.grand theft, dismissed, insufficient.


:\ "f/i/ :;' Low Prices FRESH BLOOMS EVERYWFLORAL April Gerald 22 for Shirley possession Lear of controlled arrested

, ,, o ? 10,000 Everyday INCUR substance:: ;, .consolidated. with,

l another case.WilliamC :
I ORIGINAL SHOPPE : Reed arrrested April 22
MEDIUM CHUNK WHITEBUMBLE J HICKORY SMOKEMUDDLES for driving while license suspended,
..a IIDIAPERS BEE \| FLORIDA BUY HEINZ INCH $999 possession of controlled Substance,
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", : t"f'::.. v TUNA "':3 ,LOTTERY TICKETS. : ,BAR-B.Q SAUCE DIEFFENBACHIA' EACH' possession possession less of drug than paraphernalia 20! grams cannabis -

411 'BUM"L But AT AUTHORIZED ROSE' $1O\ 95, ,, case consolidated! with
WINN-OIXIC STOflH'OmCUl
= :/ TICKET OUTLET,' 'ARRANGEMENT. ooi. another case '
: $ AI Douglas Bullock arrested April
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-.J7 6"WHIPPED 99 11'01. .22 for of crack cocaine)
41-cL "'01. "-" _":,.::::,:.: ., possession "
.PIIG. CAN "" BTL -- 'TRANS case conSolidated. .
Sandra 1 I. McCloud arrested April
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i SUNBELT-WHITE' ; AMERICA .22 for' possession of controlled ",
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or YELLOW 77J.Jf FLORAL.. substance; .case consolidated. .
'" '. DEEP SOUTH PAPERTOWELS THRIFTY MAID $: Flowers deliveredworldwide Two cases charging Kit-hard
., jf 1 SALAD DRESSING Piliego of cheating; dismissed,
; ; CATSUP '
; >; restitution)made '
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'.-A"" ,.' I' Cases ,charging aggravated
"."J ''I'" ""I, 79 -- :assault, burglary, grand theft'ag-
',' ;;.< ."!. ; : ; 32 ot GIANT 47 32'ot 89 :; ; gravated battery' ,against seven
> -'JAR- ROLL s t BTL. defendants were transferred to

...., .' ... .."'- :, < <..: IC. ,misdemeanor 'court ,or dismissed
,U J LIQUID due to insufficient evidence or .f
'.. JJJ --- APPLE 'PUREXBLEACH' JOAN of ARC 'witness failing 'to 'appear for ,
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: th JUICE 'd :;RC PORK & testimony\
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Strong
CUTTHRIFTY TAGlESS -s- ARM It HAMMER
MAID FISCHER LAUNDRYDETERGENT Community State SUPERMARKET
o 'BANK AT "Over 55"' group at the Starke
'\ GREEN BEANST,... TEA BAGS Bank,,,, WINN-OIXIC Golf and Country Club plays every .'
Tuesday morning( and are having. a
", "' wonderful time. '
,' During the month of July,they had

,: 3$190. 'l cL 99 e 227oi. $426 .several naments different such as 2-Man types Captain's of tour'!

pKG. BOX Choice, Blitz, 3-Club (one. of which
has to be a putter), and 4 Man Cap
tain's Choice.
COOL OFF WITH THESE REFRESHING SAVINGS They seem to have a different winner -
every week with:prizes .being
,passed around equally. .
REGULAR or NATURAL ALL VARIETIES to the pin"
ALL VARIETIES (FOUNTAIN FRESH They also play "closest
COCA BUSCH BARTLES & JAYMES iMtm DRINKS and awarded.longest putt"with prices being.

COLA SARTItS WINECOOIER They 'have :an average ,of '1ft
., ,I cJi BEER players and would welcome twice,
s p OO this man Those who do not pan
z1 4PK. $319 ,ticipate in this group; are. missing a
HT1.99 E GNS PK 1202.BTli. BTLS. .lot. of. good, clean funElectric ", I


I '29 Flavors-Diets art 'JO% a.j

: EVERYDAY LOW PRICE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE ,Bills
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ALL VARIETIES QUARTERS To Fall, Here

'EDGE -' SUPERBRANDMARGARINE MADISON HOUSE 4 1 Florida Power ..and'',Light Com

SHAVE GEL POT PIES w pany's 2.9 million customers can expect :'
a decrease of nearly 7 percentIn
g' electricity charges. this winter;
the utility reported last week.
7-0l.$127' : FPL, in documents filed with the
1 tQ1OOWAIO9oz Florida Public Service Commission
\ PKG. projects a 1,000 kilowatt-hour
WITH FREE CONDITIONER residential bill o(J74 90- $5.30 below
:DEP STYLING SUPCRBRAND electric prices currently in effect
$249 BUnERMILK $ 00 THRIFTY MAIDVEGETABLES and among the lowest bills in the last
SHAMPOO. .'. SUl 8. 1 L.. 96e
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RUBaCAUAlO BISCUIT '. . 'FIIG sAC A,WIDE' SELECTION five subject years.to PSC The approval reduced.would charges be

TRASH CANS .. of. :1SUE.$697 SLICED( : IMITATION1COUNTRY FRESH12K 89e98e ASTOR ORANGE ,II,. 89 OF NEW MOVIES effective through March from 31,October'J98 3. .1. 19B8

CHEESE FOOD ., fI, rYC"" JUICE : ,CAN Slightly lower fuel oil prices
SAC 40, M>W 4O or 10 W 30 SUPERBRANO TO CHOOSE FROM. coupled with the benefits of FPL's

STPMOTOR 75''C 'COTTAGE GOLD RUSH 98 ability to use a variety of economicalfuels
OIL .'. $1 are projected to help reduce
: Qt : FAeie4.3at.
CHEESE .... > .
cUP, BARS winter bills, FPL's fuel mix: includes
ANTt-PERSPIRANT THRIFTY MAID nuclear power, natural !gas oil,coal
M 3-oa. BRONZERIGHT 10OH PURE PREMIUM
I!! TROPICANAORANGE w,. sfi i STEAKFRIES and utilities.power' purchased ,from' other

Over the past five years the con-
GUARD
JUICE
?? 3ait1 sumer price index shows the cost of
Get the Bigger Picture 'goods and services has increased
$100 at the Smaller Prlcelaural. 16.3 percent. By comparison, total
94 <. $399 charges on a typical l.ooo kwh
24 st >- residential bill this winter are ex,
'Now the time to
.,,.>., crK ? s 'petted to be only about percent
more than 1983 electric charges
try out our 4" Print. ,Winter bills also would be 13.5 per' i

Receive one set of pictures with up to ''cent below FPL's electric charges In

The Quickest Checkout size 37%prints.more Image Pay our area everyday than standard and 1984 construction,when skyrocketing costs due oil to prices heavy

'.:. standard print price. all-time customer high.growth; forced bills to an

'> ... ... SpecieI-bV ""'" 'The PSC has scheduled hearings I
AMltaM*(ram 1 1O. 12*.ae mn,4f. color print AYn.A In August on FPL's request as part '
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of the commission's twice-annual
review ol utility costs for fuel
conservation programs and
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Hampton Man Dies, vestigation. Charges have not been 'ford County Circuit Court'August 1- ? ly was ordered to make restitution. Raymond Randall Bell. 27, of pany. No arrests have been made.
Starke was arrested July 30 for driv- The air-surveillance is continuing
to face charges Of violation of probation -
After Heing'litA ( liIed1an (VOPJ,the cases received final Robert LIndsey, sentenced last ing under influence(DUD,Improper In the county,,said King.
:30-year-old! Hampton man died Charged DUI disposition.Keith week to community control, requested tag' according to Patrolman Danny
last week after bing hit, by a Vehicle 'Found Not GuiltyA permission to go out of state Thrift and Lt.W.C.Reno.Bell refus- '
while trying 'to cross,,' a road in Jones pled no contest to VOP once a month for his job permissionwas ed the breathalyzer. He was released ,Recent AccidentsA
Gainesville 36-year-old Starke man wall for a charge of sale and delivery of a granted, despite his probationofficer's after a $463.75 surety bond was
found not 26 two vehicle vs train July 26 sent one
guilty July by a
The officer said 'posted.
controlled .cocaine objection.
susbstance -
Wiley Morgan Bradley died at
to Bradford complaining -
'man. five woman jury in Bradford man Hospital
found of VOP and his office could not be responsible
midnight July 26 at Alachua General Jones was guilty
Hospital following the 10:30: p.m. accident County Court of driving t under in sentenced to serve 18 months in the for Lindsey while he was out of state. Fletcher William Rodger. *.34,was'' of neck pain. '
fluence. Lindsey Wanton driving a 1988
of Corrections followed arrested Auguat.l on a capais charg-
in the 1900 block of NE 23rd Department
Stanley, Lee Whitehead was ar Hyundai struck a train on the trackon
ing DWLS according to Deputy
Recent ArrestsIn
Avenue twelve months probation with
according to Officer by
rested March 19 by Lt. W. C. Reno Doug York. Rodgers was ordered to US-301 five miles south of Starkeat
Micaehl Neely when' he was found just after midnight special conditions Bradford CountyThe pay,his $101.25 fine or serve 60 days the lumber yard. The engineer
Bradley was reportedly hit by a t trying to l get his vehicle out of a made realized the signal gate was not
Edward Otis Smith contest following arrests were
vehicle driven by 18.yeat.oldMichael ditch Road. Whitehead'sblood pled no down and braked hard did Wan-
Colley as
on Bradford Steve Lane Thornton,l8r was arrested -
Ulyssess Wiliams of VOP to sale and delivery of a controlled by local authorities in
alcohol content .14 ton when he saw the danger accor
was per- chargina'DUI.
August 1 on a capias
substance to wit cocaine
County.
AJachua as Bradley walked south cent, according l to the arrest record. according to Deputy Harvey ding to Trooper Horler Only minor
sentenced to 12
across 23rd ,Avenue said Neeley. 'and was serve mon-
'Williams'' was eastbound ,on 23rd Apparently the jury found ths community control with special Michael Ellis Jenkins, 38, of Lake Rhoden. Bond was,set at$500 cash. injuries were reported but. damageto
Whitehead was not DU1 and came in the vehicle was $8,000.
Avenue in the outside Jane conditions. Smith must continue In a Butler,,was arrested July 31 for retail
Williams 'and two 19-year-old with a not guilty verdict. resident drug program) theft according to Patrolman Susan Darrin Tyrone James, ,22 of St.
Jerone A. and
Simms, 24,
Wilkerson.Jenkins was seen putting Johns County was arrested July 28
all' Defendants
'passengers, wearing seat belts, 4 ChargedOn
Freddie Tompkins 38, of
bologna from a package Into a Burrito for unlawful transfer of tag according passenger
were not injured, according to the George Washington Early pled
,
Probation Violation Raiford treated for'minor in-
,report. guilty VOP for grand theft and was Jenkins only paid for the Burrito l to Patrolman Thrift. He was were
to the clerk Bond was released after a $101.25 cash bond, juries July 28 after a two vehicle ac-
Traffic homodde investigator Crst Four defendants appeared before sentenced to 12 months community -- according cident In Pleasant Grove.
Ernte, Bridges is continuing the judge Stephan P. Mickle in Brad:' 'control with specia I condi tions.; Ear-: on set his at $101,25 own recognizance.James Jenkins was. released, was posted. Simms was westbound, driving a

bonald Thomas Edmark,44,was ar- 1987 Yugo on Pleasant Grove Road
M. Barkitt, 23, of Mid- rested July 29 for violation of proba and failed to yield at the intersectionof
COUNTY dlcburg was arrested-July 30 for tion DUI (Alahcua County), accord* CR-229. A 1983 Ford, driven by
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE RESIDENTS OF BRADFORD
disorderly conduct according l to Lt. ding to Deputy' Barry. King. Bond James Tompkins 33, .of Raiford,
AND SURROUNDING AREAS: John Dempsey. Bond for the charge was set at $684.50, he was releasedon northbound on CR-229 was struck by
was st at$100.75, he was released on his own recognizance with his Simms Simms was ejected as the
his own recognizance; probation extendedMarijuana vehicle spun around. Simms was
cited for no valid driver's license
-' Frank Pendarvis, 32; of Lawtey and failure to yield according to
To All Our Valued Customers: 'was 'arrested July 28 for battery Pulled, Trooper D. C. Roberts.
resisting arrest with violence,accor Damage to the vehicles was listed
,ding to Lt..John'Dempsey Pendarvis Near Brooker at $4,000 each.A .

In our-ongoing efforts to serve better we remains in custody.( Ninety-five marijuana plants ap'
you proximately five feet tall were pull- pickup truck collided with a log
John Edward Harris. 41, was arrested ed by law enforcement officers .truck early Wednesday, August 3,..
have opened our newest, :store at .320 SOUTH, July 28 for disorderly conduct August 2 in the Brooker area,accord south of Starke on US-301 at, Mosley.
according to Sgt. ''Sammy ding to Deputy Barry King. Tire
WALNUT'STREET., STARKE (formerly Roster'sNursery Eunice. Bond was set at $101.25 he During a cooperative effort by Driver of the pickup, Willie.
was released .on his own several agencies, 15 plants were Hodges of Gainesville,had to be ex-
/': ) ., recognizance. spotted from the air. The 15 plants tricated by Jaws of Life and was
turned out to be 40 andonce they flown from the scene by TRAUMA I,
Yoland Denise Pruitt. 32, was'ar started pulling the plants another 55 according to Paramedics Cliff Chapman
rested July 28 for failure to appear found, said King. and Dan Cuddington. Further''
feel plants were
We with ,a more spacious showroom, large petit theft according to Sgt. Runice. The marijuana was found on information was unavailable at
I
,i,,', ,warehouse area ,and,:ample 'parking spaces; ,<:','" ," released Bond\ was on set her at own$101.25she recognizance.was, timberland owned by a paper com press time. ,

':J: :combined withaiconvenient; location we : : ( .
::;: / : ; ;? cancontiriue ; 1 '" : Traffic' ,, '
J ", 'to bring'"you the and service'youhave Kenneth Wayne Shealey. 18, of l '
; quality Hampton was arrested July 30 for
driving while license "
become accustomed to ;,and so 'richly suspendedDWIS,; according to } ,
Deputy Roman Alvarez. ,Shea ley ": > '
deserve.. bond.was'released' ,on a 401.25'surety' ',' DR.JOSE.JIMENEZ"; ; ,,


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Bradford County 4-H Families are ford County thru August Families
hosting eight 4-H teens from central participating and their guests are:
Tennessee this. week (July 31-August Amy Tison, daughter of Harry and
5) Pam Tison, Raiford
guest; Mary e
The teens and families are taking Lee Cortner, Shelbyville. TN.
part in the first stage of a 4-H Teen Kathy Crum daughter of Sue
Interstate Exchange. Next summer Crum. Starke guest: Tisha
4-H teens from Bradford County will Whitaker, Shelbyville, TN. Holly \
travel to Bedford County,Tennessee Hersey daughter of John Wayne
to live with famines for a week. and Pew Hersey, Theressa -
The activities planned for the Exchange guest; MIchelle Spence,Bell Buckle '
Delegates include a TN. -'Robert Weber,son of Michael 4cY'; '
Welcome to Florida Covered Dish and Debbie guest: I, .
Dinner,trip to Wild Waters,a picnic John Sullivan, Shelbyville, TN.
and swimming party and several Wes Moody, son of Wesley and
'days of "Family Time". During the' Jeanne Moody,New lover guest:
"Family the teens from Ten- Jerry Ed Martin, Bell Buckle, TN.
nessee and the Bradford County Dale Pendarvis, son of Fred and
teens will be sharing about their Julia Pendarvis, Lawtey guest: Y. trY. Y i w
families, friends, 4-H programs and, Jeff Sullivan, Shelbyville, TN.
the area they live in. Jason Hersey, son of John Wayne
The exchange Is a people to people and Peggy Hersey, Theressa -
type exchange.The purposes are for guest; Samuel Davis,, Shelbyville,
teens to: Learn about other people TN. Jeff Adams,son of Edna Martin ,
and their way of life, learn about ,Starke guest; Paul Martin;Bell
other areas of our nation learn Buckle,TN. -" "
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customs and heritage, and create Sparn staying with Sue Crumi
new friendships. .- Starke, and Mike Swift staying. with 4-H Exchange Croup...:
The Tennessee teens will be in Brad Rod Buchele Starke. )Kneeling In Front from left to Loretta '
right< : Spain Ex-Agent John Weber,Jeff
Michelle Spence.Jeff Sullivan,Paul Martin,John Sullivan, Kathl Crum
Adam,Jerry:Ed Martin, Denlne Weber and!Heather lleraey., Samuel Park,,Tt" ha WhlUker,Debbie Weber,Julia Pendarvl,Dale Pemiart I
, Senior Hunters Get D Licenses, In In the I'eaI'Kelly Brown,We Moody, Robert. Weber,jaon Mersey, Holly lleney,Amy Town, Mary.Lee'Cortner and Ex agent Mike. Swift.IT'S .

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In Two States After AgreementSenior ,

citizens who live in Floridaor Currently Florida and Georgia TIME FOR A CHANGE
Georgia soon will be able to huntor residents who are 65 and older can '
fish in either state without having receive no-cost: licenses to hunt or 1 1. ITS,TIME TO CHANGE THE'HIGH I DROP OUT RA Tg,> ,AT BRADFORD
to buy a license. fish In their home states. According r HIGH SCHOOUj, '
That is the gist of to the other licenses
an no
agreement a&reementl'
between the Florida Gene and will be required for Georgia senior Bradford High School graduates, only 2/3 o(the students who enter in ,the
Fresh Water Fish Commission and citizens to hunt or fish in Florida. !!?+ ", ninth grade. '
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the Georgia Department of Natural Florida senior citizens wishing to ," '
Resources. The agreement will be hunt deer in Georgia must obtain : '
a ''
1 implemented August 1, says Col. Georgia Honorary Deer Tag at no ':'.:.! 2., ITS:TIME TO CHANGE UN-ACCREDITED'SCHOOLS:, 'i"j 'i--( ;
;, "" Robert M Brantley, executive ,charge.To >''/!" }'" ,'.' Bradford High School the accredited school in the,county;. ", ,*: \j>,,"
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director fish for 11',1' ( ', , _
of the Florida Game and freshwater trout,Flori- < r
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Water must ;
,, ,", Fish Commission. purchase a $10.50 w'. \,\V3: 'J' I W'
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; "This agreement will benefit Georgia Trout Stamp.'Both trout | !'; ITS TIME TO CHANGE LOW STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN'i, ,:" ': ?:, "

senior citizens from both states," stamps and deer tags are availableat EXTRA-CURRICULARACTIVITIES., ,

says them Col.to!hunt Brantley.or fish"It in either will enable state Traditionally 1,600 licensed, outlets many in Georgians Georgia. .' :.t ., ",'" ,Only a small percentage of our,students are,participating in,student" activities
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without having to bear the added have come to Florida to fish, while ;,', (clubs,band chorus, sports) '
financial burden,of a, nonresident many Floridians have. traveled, to } "
license." Georgia to hunt., 4'< ITS TIME.TO CHANGE EXPECTATIONS OF OUR EDUCATIONAL:

IT'STIMEFORAUTANGE LEADERS. .

'ELECT 'Approximately 40% ofour school administrators" i : live out side the county and

many,don't participate in community activities:

.. DAVlti 'B. SMITH, JR. "
,Superintendent 5,. IT'S TIME,TO CHANGE OUR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. .

? Of Some students arrive at school 45,minutes before the start.of the student day
', Timbuktu in the country we know now as Mali was a famous center of '
',',;'""I'' le.rning-partlcularly law and theology-in the 14th Century. Bradford County Schools! and* some students I living as,close a$ 5 miles to,school must catch, the bus over'

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News Briefs Clarification... .. Video ''
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Two defendants who appeared Ju-
ly 19 in Bradford County Misde-, 'Y'r Productions
,Man Who ShotExSisterInLaw wit a knife. Byers was placed on General Hospital for evaluation.Twiford's meanor Court, pled to count two of
r the charges.: Count one was dismissed
vehicle westbound.on
one year probation with special l conditions was
SR-100 at a high rate of speed by the state.
To Be; SentencedA r coming up behind traffic,' said The charge of possession of less ,Specializing In Weddings, Special,

26-year-old Bradford Countyman A '30-year-old man,now serving Trooper Abrams. Twiford swervedhis than 20 grains of marijuana against Occasions and 8 mm to VHS .
Marshall and Daniel
Donald James
for vehicle from the roadway onto
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aggravated battery was
former charged sister-in-law with shooting, plead his to sentenced August 1 for aggravated the shoulder and started sliding out James Sapp was dismissed. \\We pride ourselves In Professional Videos''
assault. of control said Abrams.The vehicle
manslaughter'' Monday in Circuit overturned, counterclockwiseand Terry Lynette Gaskins,Johnson,
Marvin Ollie\ Smith pled no contestto spun 481-4320
Court. aggravated assault without a collided with 'a tree which 24, said she is not the Terri Gaskins
David Robin Carter pled no con charged ,with worthless check in
firearm and was sentenced to 30 uprlghted it and ejected the
test to manslaughter without a Steele was under misdemeanor court July S,
months In the Department of Correc- passenger. pinned
firearm, thus waiving his right to a
the vehicle. ,
tions,the sentence to run concurrentwith
jury trial. A presenlence investigation sentence now serving, Twiford's .blood alcohol content Julia Ann Harris employed at TORO@POWER
was ordered and Carter will be Smith,transported from Hamilton was .18 percent. He was released Kentucky Fried Chicken says she Is
sentenced Sept\ 6 before Judge Correctional Institution was arrested after a 624.50 surety bond was not the Julie Harris who pled no con-
Stephan P. Mickle. Carter faces a August 17 after he twice shot posted. Damage to the vehicle was test,to retail theft in misdemeanor '
possible three to seven years for the $1,000, court May 17,
Joe Frazier in the head and neck '
charge. PLAY
Carter was arrested Sept. 28 after area ,and later threatened another ,
Betty Jane Prevail Martin was kill- man. .
ed by a gunshot wound. The police Authorities said the at incidents the time were of his drug arrest FliP.Troopers FLR. TWIN. THERTRE
report cited an ongoing dispute between -
Martin and her former husband related and Smith,was apparentlyafter Continue License, Starke 964-5451
.. Morris Carter ". the Frazier's SOn: v Vehicle
; J\\ over Inspections'
care and custody of their 13-year-old Smith was sentenced June'13 to Open Euery Night
daughter. ,' serve 30 months followed by seven, Bradford County
Apparently Kenneth,!Martin (the years probation for the charge of ag- The Florida Highway Patrol will Starts Friday. Aug. 5
victim's husband), entered the gravated battery, be conducting driver license and EDDIE MURPHY in
Carter home Sept, 28 and was argue vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
ing with David Carter who producedthe Starke Man the week of Aug 5 through Aug. COMING TOAMERICA
gun and ordered them off the 11 on SR-21. SR-100 SR-230 SR-18
property As they drove off two shots Charged DUI SR-16, CR-18, CR16. CR-21B, [BI !!J
were fired. Investigator Don Denton In AccidentA CR-225 CR-125, CR-229 CR-231.
'says the first shot hit the right rear CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A ,
door and the second apparently went '23-year-old Starke ''man was in Bradford County. )I SCREEN TWO "I I
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through the open window of the rear charged, with, driving under Influence 1399 149 14969.95I
door,and struck !Mrs Martin in the, In an accident July 23 and his Union CountyThe SHORTCIRCUIT ig.IS49M '144.9 0 :
right side of her she passenger was transported to the
forehead
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degree murder,a charge which calls 1973 Ford,was charged with driving vehicle inspection checkpoints during : PG 8 hp 21 CC 16 CC
under influence in the 2':30 a.m.accident the week of Aug 5 throu h Aug. SUMMERTIME
for a life sentence if he was found FUN MOVIE Riding Mower Hand Held TrImmer
11 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231 SR-241. .
according to Trooper W, M.
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guilty .His uncontested of
plea Abrams. Passenger Debbie,Steele, SR-238 CR-18: ,CR-237 CR-229 Wednesday Aug. 10th 324-ln-l Deck' Blower
manslaughter without a '

'guarantee waives his the right state to'a, If jury sentencing'guidelines and weapon will suffered(high and a was laceration taken to,to the,Alachua right 796A CR-125.in Union CR-231A.County CR-24A. and CR- HARRY,HENDERSONSShowtimes ; and the .''Toro commercial rider come equipped. 'with B hp Briggs Stratton

are followed, that Carter grad..ngln.Easy
will serve time in prison! 10-30: am. &2 p.m. starting Toro blowers move leaven clippings A debris
Al Seats $100 Toro trimmer are lightweight yet can handle tough

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Four Defendants' 301DRIVEIII Two-year limited warranty
No money down on Toro's revolving charge
Change, Plea ,MondayFour .
THAT ENERGY Starke 964-7484 plan.Ask for
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; defendants appeared before Fri. Sat. & Sun detail t,
Judge Stephan Mickle entering a Home Commercial Industrial TOKORICHARD'S
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change of plea August 1 in Bradford. High R Value Cellulose '.' 1) ..( THE GREATOUTDO9aRSPo
County Circuit Court Fiberglass Batts ',
Frame House Exterior 4 .
Inmate Gehereso Lleo;;who pledno N.w or Old Construction J .rJ
contest aggravated battery, was I Installation .. LORIDA,
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sentenced tp ,IS" years' concurrent .. Admission: PEST '

with sentence now serving, charge, SAVI ONCOOLING 'Adults......................' 99C ONTROL,

of possession of a weapon will be, 964-6956 Children._............._.... sec t.e.cr ai
dismissed,by the state. \
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Robert Allen Cornwall\pled no con
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Bradford County School System.available to anyone 16 years of age or older.There

Y RAY HAS 'PARTICIPATED THE CONTINUING GROWTH 'are also classes. prepare for the General Education Development(GED),Test. -
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THROUGH HIS LEADERSHIP ABILITY INTEGRITY Services: Fall Day'classes begin August 22. Fall Night classes' ,

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The Center operates on an open-entry and open-exit poky. Day and evening: courses;'

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T PRESIDENT .198O & 1987 The Following Courses are Available, at the Center:


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.,,:\: ".:., Wiley Morgan Bradley Mrs. Mildred Williamson of Hamp ,was employed by the U.S. Goverd- Jr.. Coronado,;,Calif; three great WWII Army. dent'of Bradford County. Mrs. Slade
ment in the Pentagon for some six grandchildrenv.'Byron Andrew Mr. Kunig Is survived by. wife; wu a member of Graham.Baptist
'\ ''I Wiley Morgan Bradley 30, resident ton.Funeral services' was held at 2 years She was a member of the Nelson and Hyan McKay Nelson of Dorothy' Lamb Kunift, Starke\ twodaughters Church and a homemaker
,'; of P.O.Box 103 Hampton pass p.m Jo'riday.July 29 at the Chapel of Methodist faith. Keystone Heights and Ian Edward : Pamela Leigh Smith Mrs. Slade is survived by' husband -
"' .; ed away Tuesday night, July 26 at, Archie Tanner' Funeral Home of She is survived by her husband' Scott, Coronado Qlhf..Marvin Jacksonville and Melody Carlton, : Lester Slade, Hampton Lake
the Alachua General ilosital following Starke. Rev,Donnie Loll Officiated. William Ostei of Starke, two sisters: Miami, one son:.John E. Kunig Jr., two sons: JLL. and C.W, Slade.
an automobile accident; in, Burial was at Santa Fe Cemetery Mrs. Mary Lyons of Starke and Mrs. Huntington Beach Calif,nine grand Hampton Lake three sisters: PearlThomas
Gainesville with Archie Tanner Funeral Home Sara Underwood of Macungie. Penn children. : Lake Butler, Eunice
He was born and raised in Brad- of 'Starke in charge of ,arrangements She Is also survived by five God Howard Funeral'services were held at 1 Wilson, Starke and Edna Prevail,
ford County he was self employedas children: Quendolyn Anne. Mat Marvin Howard, 5.1. of Starke, p.m. In. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelon Ocala, one granddaughter: JoAnne
a carpenter. tie was of the Baptist thews, Kelly Kathleen Buby, Mary passed away Wednesday,July 27, in Saturday, July 30,with Rev, Doug; Slade, Hampton Lake.
faith Kathryn Hendrix, Hugh Steven Hendrix the VA Medical Center:, In Sides conducting the services Interment Funeral services were held at 3
He is survived by one son: Wiley Mable Underwood Oster and Cynthia Ann Dowjing. Gainesville after a long illness. Mr. was at Crosby Lake Cemetery p.m. at graveside, Santa Fe
,Morgan Bradley Jr. of Gainesville, Graveside funeral services were Howard ''was born in Suwannee under the direction of Jones: Funeral Cemetery on Sunday August 1 with
his mother: Virginia Williamson Mrs. Mable Underwood Oster, 75, August at US Air }Iomo. Starke. Rev Gene Bass and Rev. B.T.
held at 2 p m. Monday. County was retired from the i
Bradley of Hampton his father: Lucian resident of P.U. Box 9, Starke passed Crosby Lake Cemetery' with Kev. Force and was a member of Orange Williams conducting: the services.
P. Sr., two sisterS Friday evening July 29 'at in Santa Fe
Bradley : away' George Sanford officated with burialin Baptist (:hurch.Survlvorll Interment was
Mrs. Tammie. Starling of Starke Alachua General Hospital fallowing Crosby Lake Cemetery' with Ar are his wife, Cora of Cemetery under the direction of.
Trish Bradley. ef Starke. Five a brief illness. ,She was born and chie Tanner l"uneralllome of Starkein ''Starke, four daughters! ; Cindy Hoe; Elaine Lynn Starling!: Jones Funeral Home, Starke.
1 brothers: Lucian P. Bradley Jr,., raised in Fairvelw, West Virginia charge of arragements. June iriffis., Linda Cothran anti Mrs. Elaine Lynn Starling, 31, of
Robert Dale Bradley, Thomas M. She had, lived in Spencer, West Klalne: Ix Mire all of Starke;; four Merritt Island died Tuesday.July 26
Bradley Tracy Bradley all of' Virginia Allentown, Penn., and lived brothersBill! James, Larry and In Kockledge following an
Hampton and Billy Bradley ''of in Washington>.C before moving Marty Howard, all of Anthony, Fl 1.; automobile accident.. Born iri.Miaml Eloise Wells ThompsonMrs.
'Starke.. His maternal grandmother: to Starke some 30 years ago She five sisters: Ruth Gill, Galnesivlle on August 6, 1956,Mrs.Starling{moved Eloise Wells Thompson,71 of
Jariie Thompson Truluck Betty' JIll, Anthony, Louise Blanton, to Merritt Island in 1976 from 6294 Baker Road, Lake Geneva, died
Thompson Truluck, Gainesville, Marlene Kuescber Miami. Mrs. Starling was a memberof Thursday July 28 in her residence-
.fif Janie Ocala and Beverly Parker, Central Church of Christ Miami. following a long illness. Born in
'. ;. .1 ill daughter of Neil Byron Thompson, Jonesboro Tennessee. Ten grandchildren ; ,Mrs. Starling was a boat captain fora Nashville, Georgia on November 28,
Kslelle Chandler Thompson
3 and also survive. marine charter 1916, Mrs.Thompson moved to Lake
'. '," : III t i1f died July 31 at Central Funeral Florida Funeral services for Mr Howard Mrs. Starling, Is survived by husband Geneva in 1977 from Jacksonville
, ;' I lospilal in Sanford. HrisBon of were conducted Friday July 29 at : David Starling, Merrill Beach Mrs Thompson was a
I l a Home of Sanford and was interment in charge wax at 2.K( p m. in the Orange Baptist in'' Island, parents: Louis J, and Ann, member of the St. Anne's Episcopal
J ; arrangements Memorial Park(Janlon of f Live Oak: Kev. J.n.I Robinson and 'l'yre ''Oahan Keystone' Heights, Church, Keystone Heights; retired
(,, ; Oaklawn 4at 11 am: Rev J tl Brown officiated. Interment sister:: l.uann McLeod, Palm Beach vice president of First Federal.Savings
Devotion on August followed in the church' Gardens, paternal grandmother: ft Loan, Jacksonville,
.'""" ,, Mrs. Truluck) had been In Hill I Haven Mrs is survived by her
FOR QUALITY'S SAKE cemetery.\ tanleisFUneralllomeOf Mrs. Martha Jameson, Keystone( : Thompson
Care Center for five years.
Health husband: Henry C 'Pete) Thompson.
Live (Oak; was in charge of atl arrangements heights.Funeral
Her residence was 1119| )Magnolia ( It'rvlcefwere, held at'11' Jr., fake Geneva, brother: Mac''
CALL SAIK CONSTRUCTIONScreen Ave.S'Sanford. a m in the lie\ill (. Jones Chapelon \\ells. San Diego Calif., three
She, wasborn at Olanla South'Carolina Friday, July' 29 with Kev. E.B, sisters: Mittie llaynes Keystone
May 30, 1898 and wast the McCiahce conducting the services. Heights, Agnes Bostwick'Jacksonville
Porches Pool Enclosures. widow of James Hugh Truluck who John Kdward: Kunig,Sri Interment 'was in'' the Keystone and Velma Dickey, Gainesville
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'owned and operated bights I Cemetery'under the direction Funeral services were held at :3
: Windows a'\ John' Edward: Kunig Sr.. 71, .
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Patio Covers VinyGlass| and Supply Co. She was of Jones "Funeral Home.( 'p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on
tJ' Carports Concrete & Wood Decks; member of the First Baptist Church ,.Starke, died'.Wednesday' July 27 in Saturday July 3ft( with Rev; Jim Ed.
60 arid' was also a mrmU'r VA, Medical Center l.ake City
for years wards conducting the Services. Interment
Roof Overs, Swimming Pools of the United Daughters of the Ton tollowing a long I illness, Born in'ItallimorP was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Senior Citizens Discount Financing Available'Salk Marylandon November
federavy Lula McKinney Slade Nashville Tennessee with local arrangements -
... I Construction Co. 2800 NW 74th PI. Gainesville She is survived I by two daughlrrs 'ffi. mid! Mr Kunig moved to Starke, under the direction of
Slade'77 of
Serving Norm Central Florida Since 1975 Cecelia T. TOrwillegar'of' Starku'', in IH7B! from: Cilenburnie. Maryland. Mrs. Lola McKinney Jones Funeral {tome,.
'Ha mpton lake died.Friday, July 29 ,
,UCCR"C010166MEMBER Madalyn T Ntoll Coronado, t'alif' Mr Kunig was .a member" of the
lieu of flowers her family re-
G'' Id'tlG, ,',;' G AlUM ASSOC. OF FI.At and a daughter in law, Holx) 'rta H. First! lUiptist Church of Starke. lie. in Alachua General hospital In
r f', }+: STEVE MAYER..MANAGER Bonham, Fairfax, Va. ; four grand "h.id I retired\ from ('ht'mlt'all'lant as Gainesville; following brief illness.
r Horn in Union County on October 29, 'I '.
children. .Clyde Byron Terwillegar giHieral supcrtindcnlont. in : See Page 12B
-- III. Starker Anne T Nelhon.heystone Kltir.vlanil and also retired from 1l1I, MrsSlude\ was M lifetime resi,, ,' i... : ,
Heights; lavlynScott ,I K/;) irdia( State Prison as sr correc: "
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FOR RENT CHSA, carpet Must sea Call 468-1323.' HELP WANTED FREE $300 kit FREE training Call 'PHONE 9 64-776
7V21TF 378.0213.4tpd' 1121.1111 'Irn1

NEWLY DECORATEDi-everythlng furnished EXTRA NICE 3/2" doublewld, fully NEED SUMMER 'COME t Or .ull.".... HOUSEPARENTS the Advent Christian 205 N, T.mrSl., Stdrk.

Laundry facilities. Included. Video> equipped, near Bedford Lake 9646945. |lob' Cell Teresa lot Information., Sell Village Is accepting applications for a
or 964.8076. Itpd 8/4 couple.to be full linn housepareats In
room available. will accept on. child Avon today '.. .103. I/4-2S Cecelia Terwlllegar
no pets. Palms Apts,. 2313 N. Tempi. THREE ROOMS 4 BATH furnished apartment ,GET PAID FOR READING BOOKS $100 our children program This Is a, live.In
Av... Stork 32091, 10/39 TF 1st floor' No pets. 964-2796. per title Write PASE, Fill 161 S. Lln- po.ltlon.four days per wk.,10 provide
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.OULT..IK'. Clan 2 BR mobile ham.; 2tchg 8/. colnwny, NI Aurora Ik.,60542. 4tpd dally, fare supervision or NEW LISTINGS_
'/i mil. from city. NIC neighborhood.' ,2/1 House, lots of room; big front porch, 7/21.8/11- youth. For more Information call BETHEL CHURCH ROAD, BR/1B. CI en S acres, wood floors CH&A. 1185 sqI
468-1323 10/8TF .$275 month ,, plus deposit available EASY WORK I EXCELLENT PAY I.Assemble 904.658.3333, ext. 320 .,pet 7/21.8/11 lit| UP.OOP I
FURNISHED ROOM with air. all,Utilities August" 15th also 1/1 apartment,COZY products at ham. Call for' informa TRAIL MOTEL < RESTAURANT In Lawtey.

poldi from $37.50 per week and convenient to shopping, availabl. lion 504,641{.8003, ..t, A9579 7/21 Applications. 'are being taken for .
NW 2fth Ave. BR/2B frame UI7 ft, 20.70 acres, $79.400.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL.Walnut St.. by Pots August" 15th, $175 month plus deposit 4tpd' 811BRADFORD 1 waitresses and evening cooks. Experience I 4 Stucco sq [
Office. TF also I1 apartment, single on the go?? COUNTY ROAD DEPT, aslob.op.nings helpful but not necessary
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR;' t BATH WITH AC This Is It Available August 15th $165 2 Will train, Must b* 18 years of age. Apply
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COVERED PATIOS. 'f I MILE TO month, plus deposit William D. Tiffin heavy equipment operatorfor In person only. No phone calls, OWNER ANXIOUS I Conerly Estates, 3 BR/2B, stone fireplace, 1100 sq ft,

DOWNTOWN STARKE 9647498414TF Lie. Real Estate Broker, 964.5065. 8/4 bulldozer, grader, front end loader Itchg 8/4. above ground pool'. eety financing, caller detells reduced to 582,000.
1 lI ehg SINGLE WOMAN around 50 years old to
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'IN TOWN clean 2 BR hou. oa hadd Just Remodeled, exceptionally nice 1 live In' and do light housework and HOMES
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KINGSLEY LAKE 90 lake 3/t1/' ham, 2/t MH
lot CHA,. carpet Prefer qult workIng BD unfurnished apartment near cook Private living quarters.964.1184.Itchg on ,
for a 2.or more years experienced 7128LOOKING CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft art water, 1BR/Bo.,! .
downtown. 964.8588 533
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FOR LADY to clean house and CROSBY LAKEscedarandlion.Lakewood S/D $103,000
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964-6660 3pm, $231 month from 7:30: a.m, to'4" p.m. at 812
plus security deposit Firm. 5/5tF 8/11 cook on."country style" meal a day for GRAHAMS 3/2. 2.78 Ac" 1 MO s,f., CUBA $ 85,000 |
Grand 28 thru 12.
B North Sf,July Aug.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKE Is now 2/1 Hows, 5 minutes from (own. Equal Opportunity Employer 7/28 2 to 3 days a week. Must have own SO CHIC SO CHEAPI. newly remodeled 3BR $j IBa, freshly
taking applications lor 1 S 2 bedroom available August 15, ch/a S3OO-month 2tchg 8'4DENTAL transportation. SEnd refrncs' and painted, new corp.t, 628 Pinewood St. $ 27,900 v

apartments, $199 and $219 month plus deposit, William D.,Tiffin, tic Real ASSISTANT. NEEDED IMMEDIATELY 'salary requirements tow Housekeeper' 407 CENTER STREET two apartments $ 25,000
CHSA lully 'equipped kitchen, cable Estate Broker:964.5065. 8/41 Itchg : Applications or. now being 1206 Raiford; Rd, Starke ,32091, 2tpd 401 CENTER STREET. $ 10,000RD

reody 964.7295 or 964.4214. S/26TF token fpr a dental assistant. Experience 7128.8/ 230E 2 story CB S frame, 3/1 S 45,000 I II20S

TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with .lake oc-; LAND FOR SALE' preferred, but willing to' BLANDINO STt CB, 3/t 3/4 ba, CHftA.3/4 acre $ 45,000
cess, $250 month 473.4334, atk ,for, ,train. Apply In person to Qr. G. Gray MOBILE HOMES LAKE BUTLER Brick veneer; 31'boo/ CH&A $ 46,000
Mrs.Hall 7/14 4tchg 8/4 Flynn at 603 E., Call St., Stark. Fl., FOR SALE SMALL FARMt 3.83 Acres, frame 3/1,1532 s,f. $ 36,000
NEWLY REMODELED HOME on 625 THERESSAi, RESIDENTIAL, HOMESITES: 964.7004. 7/28 2tchg 8/4 315 No MYRTLE N.olond tidy 3 BR 2ba $45000
Pinewood Dr. Fenced yard, 2' BR, ,restricted to, n.w''. doublewides less NEED A FULL or PART TIME JOB, try HWY. 22S: 2/I frame, 3 stall barn, newly rewired $ 35,500 |
CHA, 1 yr, lease, $350 month plus than; thr. years old ,or homes On AVON!t', For more Information call BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY mobile home CEDAR BEAUTY of Country Club 3000 s,f., on 2 lot*
deposit Call 964.8073. 7/28TF county maintained rood. Beautf oak,' Romano 782.3068. 8/. 4tchg 8/25 park on Griff is loop.Acreage for more GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex 215 Bradford Dr $ 33,000
,Mobil. home, large lot, trees, carpet 'trees, high and dry. Below ground septic EARN $7.75 HR. W* need assistance In mobile homes or lots. 38000. Coll 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba:reduced $2.000 $ 23,750112S

particle o/c, locot.d on Grlffis loop, systems permitted. Owner financing evaluating and responding to dally after"5:30 p.m. 964.8970 or 964.8705. NEIL COURT BR, 1 Ba!. carport owner financing $ 36,000
468.2374. 8/."chg $500 down $100 per month. work reports submitted by our agents 3/3 TFIoMOBILE| KEYSTONE COUNTRY CUJSt BR, I Bo, 1500 s.f.. wood frame $50000
2 BO APT central heating and cooling 964-5086 or 964.8073. 4tchg 7/14 8/4. throughout the state No experience HOME FOR SALE 3 BR 1'A bath, BROOKER 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000

ceiling fans, and other' deluxe RESIDENTIAL HOMESITESt near KeystoneIn necessary. Paid to complete training on 2.93 acres In, Starke area $18,000? MENG DAIRY ROADl\ 2.28 acres, 3/1 t CB, CHSA, so near $ 40,000 |
features, such as off street parking Bradford county on SE 62nd Ave" Work at home For Information send Call 904-829.3960. 4tpd 7/21-8/11
Children and ,,..Id.rly'wolcom., lake access lot to. Bedford Lak.. high ''a.lI.odd.ued. stamped envelop, 9 LOW, LOW DOWN! I New mobile home. .....LOTS B AIREAGEr'.,
964.8601. ,, B/4chgtfn and dry Owner financing $500 down, 1/2 inches long to AV/GA, Dopl. E, down payments start at $350. For free HWY 32$ 10 acres loins Alachua County line. ." $ 25,500 I
Clean 2 BD Apt., No pets 60.00 weekly $100 per month, 964-5O86 or 964-8073. Box 49204, "lonto'G030359 8/4. 1 tpd approval call Uncle Roys t-351 8514. CONERLY ESTATES! lot 10 S 10,000
plus utilities $100.00 security, 4tchg" 7/14" 8/4 GOVERNMENT JOBS $18,037 to $69,405' WE FINANCE!II I 8/... 4tchg. 8/25 MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city S 10,000

''964.6232. 7282tchg84Deem Immediate Hiring! Your area. .Call HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL, new >8"/3'. BROWNIEE RD t 36.43. acres, owner financed great location S 82,332
mate wanted, large house, nice HOMES (refundable) 1518459-3611. *.., Homes of Merit only $24.995 ,or $249 RD. 100 EAST) 1 37 acres, wooded and platted S 7,000
neighborhood, own bedroom and F-3377 for Federal List, 24 hours 8/4 month. Uncle Roy" 1.351.851. 8/4.25 LAWTEYiSacres, 105th' Ave? good investment S IS,000
bathroom. Fully carpeted, c.ntrol h.ot, FOR SALE 3tpd 8/18 ''4 It hg RD. 100 E:12 acres plus fish,, pond, wide open spaces $ ''26000 (
and air*, fireplace and garage, ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGSA Must, TO SETTLE ESTATE Never lived In. 1988, PRIMITIVE. BAPTIST CHURCH RD i M.16 acres, :3; wells, 2 poles $ 50,000

T.I.phon., cable and waiher, dryer Ink BRICK HOME t .acre lot,,, large fenced have dependable. transportation and 14i70 3/2 $700 down, $192 month. CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100'on water, $ 19,800
eluded. 'Available Augustlst Call phone. Full lime 40. hours including Sat. Owner finance, 'free delivered and setup I
backyard, 3 BR, 2 bath, living room WINDING r.EllAKEI Lot 2.1>. Flo Frontier $ 15,000 |
964.4147 after 6 p.m. 8/4Upd' d.n .with'' fireplace. $57,000. Call and Sun, part ,time 20.25 hours; ,Ap-i! 1.351.8514. 8/4 2$4tchg
3/2 house 0.Cytlollok... Lots of room j 964.8495 7128.8/ plications 2.6 p.m. August 4. 5 S 6 only REPO's EASY CREDIT! Free, Fast. Credit ...,..COMMERCIAL.... ,
storage room outside for washerdryerhook or 964.5032.2tpd Cal1485.1 I74. 8/41tchg bvphon..l.351-B51.., 8/4254tchg. LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S.. Reduced to $85.000
bath from.
house
,2 BR. 1 move to Vo;>u. ,
ups Front, yard fenced In. $450: lot,. 473-772J.. 8/4 Itchg LOCATION, LOCATIONI This prime commercial location 507 W. Madison St?
WATSON REALTY CORPORATION Is now from WinnDixle; could be converted to needs
month plus deposit Also 3/1 house InLawtey directly( across your
Two BR From.
Hous 500
$18. by appointment. "
lots of privacy, big yard and Interviewing RE Associates For RO. 16 WEST, Four duplexes $130000,
Phone 964 5317 after '
6pm.
shade,; $292 month plus deposit ttpd 8/4. mare information or a confidential In + SUPER COMMERCIAL. I. Great two story building corner; Call 8 Walnut "St., I

William D.. Tiffin Lie, Real Estate 3 BR Frame House on 3.2 acres, $35,000 a: 473 tervlew.'please.7653. 623TFHOMEMAKERSI ''call. D.an"W.ov.r., 3198 s.f.. clears;-excellent condition; live upstairs hav' ?,
Broker964.5063.': B/4ltchg buvness; downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits.
496-1383 8/4
or ,,7823373: "Itpd .
3/2. Mobil. Home, 1776 sqft, furnished: Applications now being 3.34 ACRES-301 South* 190T on 30t?94" conedcommerdol,96'' coned
ch/a, 15 minutes from town William D.:.' occ.pted for 30 demonstrators. part- Japan has on average, :three Open Rural small I 181 home Isingl.wide8Bbldg. '\ utility, shed, ,$ 62,000WAI
lime work for full time No col lee r
Tiffin Lie. Real .Estate Broker REAL ESTATE pay. : earthauakes a day.. OOt 200s4001encd, joned B A $ 30,000 I

'9645065. 8/41tchg OUT OF AREA LAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer park $ 55,000 I
.STATE EMPLOYEES need. home close to 301 SOUTH 193 f t. 301 frontage $ 85,000

your work W. hove clean mobil. ,f MATHEWS THOMPSON STf 11 342.4..I.. brick:Enterprise Zone, Benefits S 80,000
homes available.,468.1323. 10/8 TF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots REALTY 301 N: 15 acres, MH hook ,up'2 bldgs, 240'on: 301, great.value $ 37.000
WALDO, ,VillAS unfurnished. 2 BR ,river access, $5450. Each N'mon.y 301 NORTH bV Econolodge 165,01' on 301 $120,000
fownhouse, carpet. CHSA. 468.1971, down $65.4T monthly. Owner h'iiA( ( 964-4469 REALTOR }0t NORTHc approximately ISO x appro, 220 $123,000
Equal Housing Opportunity, 3/10 IF: 1.236.4579. or 1.622.2438.. 1/7TF tthrn nrllinti r...il xxtxte. why settle for lolling the whole town. wh"'n Sun"'II the "hol>world'
FURNISHED ROOM with air: all utilities .AUCTION: SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE' 840 .....FOR RENT.... ,

r paid., From $37,:SO weekly. Magnolia acres In Clay County, Georgia heart MOBILE HOMES, LAND' THREEOUPLEXESt28R, ,,> Bo each -. $3SO/mo
''F' d4N/eS.irJ.iswrs'S411y'h4. ....... u.", gp I0,aeel'lh .ft *r hunting cftor'! e,30ocr.s .,I9IS Fleetwood $2x26 '3 BR. 2 Bo .High Springs: ,,5 or 10 acres, owner Alter rh'urI, bu' ...*{ttu'> ..ft

.LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications In Terrell County, Go Saturday,Aug.: CHSA, t acre near Bedford Ik.I9I3 'financing Nelson ."'." 473.7541
for 1 A bedroom apartments 6, 1988 10 a.m. For,more Informationor Fleetwood 52x24. 3 BR, 1 Ba, 'Off 301 N. wooded! 8.50 oc, w/well; Ann. Terwlllegar 5
CHSA. fully equipped kitchen, complete brochure call Rowell Realty CHSA, 'front/rear, 'patio dbl. ,car S septic John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291 5
drapes, 782.3531, N.w Manager. Equal S Auction Co., inc 18003238388. garage, Highndg hlon'K.y.on.' .lowt.,: 20 0".'with' 600 fro Hwy,, Paulin. Randolph 964-3160

Housing Opportunity;,4/14TF. 88351 fits. ,!many extras, 125 frontage" Joy Thornton 9U. 223 '
THREE BEDROOM I A both: clean, closeto HOMES .CR US.'35 ocr.s cleared pasture.
prison. Coll 468' .1323..$/'iTF. 4'
FmHAi Fly up 3 81, I Bat CHSA, CR IJSt 15 acres, ,farmhouse S
THREE BEDROOM 1% bath CB home In
BOATS Jenkins ft-., 15000. ''chicken houses, .
city limits, close to Southsid Elemen 55 .FmHAi Several nice 3 BR, 1% Ba, .SR I 100 Wi, 13 acres $2300 per acre ,
$375 month tint and last,
tory '
964.5423 days, ,468.2870 nights 6/23 17 'PROCRAFT 1510 fish S .1.1.55 Suzuki, $23.000 to $39,,000, frontage on both sides of hwy.
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.Colley Rd 3 BR JVi ba, CHSA City:on. acre on Laura St., room for
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8tchg 8/11 : pi S pt Mercury ,Thursler II trolling David Lawson Paint & Shop
r..id.nllallol.. Body
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. motor full top, built-in extras, Deluxe garage A 'carport. chain link: Fenced .several
extras, reasonable rents. PINES I drive on trailer and many extras. $6500 yard City: 1.38 Ac, great p'flce location
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I Free Estimates
Insurance Collision WorK *
496-2366' SR 121. lok..Butler J.4TF. obo, 964-8950. 8/4 Itpd efroH3/h3ESOLOs.l 1 Bath City: SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential'
.St, Clair St 12 BR, | Ba, CHSA. with commercial development area, CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke e 7644133'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA; ,

large family room. HOMES S ACREAGE

.W, Call St.) 2 BR, I ba, CHSA, guest Union Ctyr 135 acr.., 2700 sq ft.
home, 3 additional building, lots. brick home, '

Walnut Sf.t 3 BR, 2 bo CHSA, ideal. ,
for the large family BUILDING LOTS ,
v x Little Lak. Santa Fes 100x160 ft. lot
v, Parwood Prf\l| \Qbedrooms?: 11/2 A
c bath V new,septic tank approved for well

.CR 225: 3 BR, 1 boo CHSA. on T acre power source to lot Accelerated Kealfy : ,

L near. lowtey, for the out. .of.lowners. 'nice Two. Story Hous, Remodeled' very : fnc.,


i'Bob Mathews,Realtor 'Andy Jordan, Associate : :

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


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Susan M.Faulkner.. GRI, CRB President ,
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..; ERA :Faulkner Realty, ..Inc.t.oc Thinking selling?of Call buying usi or : It' Home.,f/Farms Lots /Commercial"A'creage.Waterfront :


ted Hwy:301: ,.2 blks. S- of SR 100.'221 W;.Lafayette' St. ,

9644522STARKE Evenings & Weekends -"... .
FL NEW LISTING 3BR/2BO CB home; CHSA Stove ft R.lrl' ;;'Greenhouse, ,

CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi '1 lots ovoilble with." LAKE' ACCESS, S only, $5,300 David L. Dodge. MSA. CRARe > Putty Kay Elder. MRAKes. Storage Bldg. 20x26 Garage 3 la''..' 54900. .
each or $10,000 both. 0645609Ii LIVE ALL YEAR ON BEDFORD LAKE* 2BR/tBo Frame CHSA. Fireplace. I

.IMMACULATE HOME; 3 BR. 1V.bo, brick Veneer.,'family., 'room, owner finan *. 9C4-537O Hl Stove, Relrl, Carpet S Drapes, Dock Workshop..SW Mobile Home..Well, ft '
cing. Kay C. Waters Bobby 6 Septic, Large lot. .
'.SPACIOUS. HOME',with'fir.plac.... patio, large ,family room, many extra*. Res. SC46941Opal Ii; Res. 904-7704 GOOD FISHING 3BR/2l/2Ba Two-Story log Horn on Sampson Lake..

located In city on dead-end street very private,, DIckson.Re Lucille C. Spry CH&A tove, Refri ft Dishwasher 3000 SF, Well ft Septic, large Lot. .

17.WO.. ONE ACRE: 3 BR. t bath lowtey, ouumabla'mtg.,, 984-7333 REALTOR R -s. 964-84UO APARTMENTS. FOR RENT *. 2BR/1BO, $385 per month' .
WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 18.000, also I acre lot on Crosby. lake.:., HWY 301, NORTH -. Good Business location. Two-Story Block wllvlngArea ; \
.VERSATILE pre-fab steel 30x50 on 120x129 lot.: 4 Denignatecl Appraiser Upstairs, 6400 SF, up to 3.7 Acr... ,
'. 10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES' some nke trees'2 septic:4 wells I electric pole. Your Full Service Real Estate Office QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD .3BR/28a CB Home, Living" Dining Family'

'.J BUSINESSES FOR SALE 1 el.ctronk,1 health products, small Investment., Appraisals f r Residence Farm Commercial Business Rooms, CHSA. 1416 SF. Drapes. 8 Carpel. Well ft Septic Large Lot 9

NEAT 41 CLEAN 3 BR, 2 Both on 1 acre, clot to town, fenced, utility bldg, LAURA STREET 3BR/1 la CB. CH/AC Units Stove ft Refrl, Fenced. .
.BUILDERS HOME over 3000..t., porches& decks 15.45 acre, fireplaces,.kitchen NEW LEASE PURCHASE"A .PINEWOOD DRIVE,, 2BR/l Ba Block. Kitchen.Dining Combo Family Room,

equipped double garage, many more extras, 4 BR, 4 both: : Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 acre Gorgeous 3 BRf2BA Corner lot. .

BUILDERS NEW HOME ,3BR..,. 2 bath, on 1 Iocr.,' only,. $43.900., financing ,, ,: great room w/fireplace, extra large double' garage,, FOLK STREET o 38R/1 BC Frame, Lot 50x150 Ft., $9.500. .
ovallabl.i 4":well double Insulated windows and more, GRAND STREET* 3BR/1Ba Frame, Well ft Septic, 2 Acre
.ONE ACRE wall and septic on paved road LAWTEY AREA 3BR/1 Ba From. Well I Septic 1 Acre. .
REDUCED ,Only $27.500.,2, BR. 1 both, ready to move Into on nk. shaded Immediate. Occupancy.'$3,000 down $600 month (lease., LAWTEY 4BR/1BO' From. large living, S Dining Roan,, Porches' ,, City .

lot.COMMERCIAL : A Few of Our Many Listings'HUNTERS'PANAUISE Water. '
PROPERTY! 301 N.. 10 acres a little over 500' frontag.\ NEW RIVER 2BR/1BO SW/MH In Excellent Condition.. Well ft Septic. 9.3Ac .
.ADKINS ST.t clean I neat; 2 BR, 1 Ba. beautiful large lots, :" ;,) Hox.es.,,::60 tI.',. ';unproved1, pottuie, and,woods. Deer $26.000 land Only $22.000..
.HWY 100 Wi 8 3/4. ocr. with 3 BR 1 ba, partly wooded partly cleared. galore, ,
BRICK VENEER 3 BR! 2 Bo. family room. on 2.57 acres. LAWTEYi, close lo school, 3 BR? ty Ba.city water.: SELECTED PROPERTIES .

BROOKERi, up to 41 acres. (LAKE BUTLER: city water' i sewed big 'lot, nice Irame home 1.S: ACRES Cry Hwy'125 Zoned for Mobil Horn. $3.500."f'

.4 UNIT APARTMENT. ) occupied. 38900. ,DOWNTOWN STARKE! 2 stores; presently occupied Owner financing. 20 ACRES SW Mobil. Horn. 2 Wells, Septic Tank Planted Pines.. .
.S BR, 2 BATH brick veneer on S acres., ,LAND! 35 ACRES" on paved road nice property owner financing' 4$ ACRES'Brooker. Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Terms. .
.HWY 301 N.t, Versatile business, 2.65 ocr. ,'EXCElLENT STARTER HOME: 2/1 on I acre In Stark, S25.000 10 'C.IS'r. Will Divide. Pecan Grove Well I Septic. Owner Financing.

REDUCED! Immaculate doublewlde In.town.. large lot with privacy f.nc.,, 'FRAME HOMEt Beautiful' setting with pecan trees, on 2 acres,paved road. 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Gray, Fish Pond Owner Financing. .
OWNER iNANCINOt law down '10". Interest. :3/2 CB, convenient to '
Lok payment
RENTALS! 3BR, IBa. on Crosby *, 3 ACRES Good Commercial location on Hwy 16W.
1 ( 2 Bedroom opt. In lawtey,: shopping schools, churches Over .1500 sq ft. 45000. 4.S ACRES Zoned for Mobil Horn. .
HAMPTON OAKSi Beautiful brick home 1.58 acres 2300 ti excellent water
on "
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for Mobile ;
ONI.HAlI' ACRE Zoned Horn. $3.000
OEERWOOO: Development with deed restrictions, over I 1600 s.f.| Immoculat. '
S FIVE ACRES HWY 301 South.
o..mm Call! One of Our Professionally '14 ACRES MORE OR LESS close to Starke. On paved road $2.000 per acre Good Business'
_ LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Location.
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME: over 2.000 sq ft., Crystal lake access. .
100 ft. the lak .
LAKE GENEVA Lot.
Today..96450G9 Large on *
Staff !GREAT Sim Slarke' excellent neighborhood, 3/1'A: eat-in kitchen and more. "
LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson Owner Financing.
'WALDO Neat 1400 ..1,3 bedroom'CH8*. $34.000.
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Northeast
$ .
Hours 2 CITY LOTS acllon:
Call A New roof, bathroom close to Stark. '
NEAT AS PIN new
AREA OP LAND Northeast Section of
LARGE City
S ITralned AssoClates:: a LOCATION... .. LOCATION In Stark. custom horn on S acres. | ,
:: rn Call Us About /If YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS RELATED

LJ Faulkner..,.9.-1.5141. 'LAKE LOTS *HOMES' *ACREAGEBUILDING MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP! AT ACCELERATEDASHAAA .,

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REALTOR LOTS *COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES ..
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'Darlene Godwin..468-2503; : : We Invite Inquiries On Our' Other Listings AAAAAAAAAAAA AI' .


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WANTED FOR SALE RENTALS KEYSTONE CENTER SOO sq. ft. office or ,ATTENTION Christmas Around "the glassware, jewelry and much. more.
!:, ..shop. $220 per month. 473.4961, 8/4 World. Now hiring demonstrators to Come see for yourself. One mile east

WANTED .PIOPUTY" 'RENO ARSAlfI ( KEYSTONE CENTER' executive tfnchg show extraordinary line of Christmas ,of Keystone Heights on Highway 100.
1'1.0. writ. p. O. Drawer 280 .MUSICALINSTRUMENTS. As low ,;as pecan 1 KEYSTONE CENTER executive pecan merchandise.. Free kit, supplies and 473-2183,7/7 tfnchg
Starke paneled office $n5 month
Fla. 32091. 171' $14,99 per month. Call 964-69.44.ttn 473-4961. 7/7 space. per' paneled office space $225 per month.. training. No Investment, collecting ord.llv.ry.
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AM A CERTIFIED NEWSPAPER PlATIfi Aluminum' tfnchg .73.4961. 8/4 tfnchg Great for fun For
NURSING ASSISTANT KIYSTONI CENtIRN. ft- pay |lob.
Measures x36". 25 500 sq office or
each Great
cents tR
1 COTTAGE :
and near library, furnished, details .
call
am willing la work Monday thru Becky, 473 2704. 2tchg
shop $220
for and per mo. 473-4961, 7/7
patching repairs. TELEGRAPH AC, $240 Lake
Friday, a to 4 hour. In the morning. If 135 W. Coil St. 9646305. tfnchg mo. privileges., 7128.8/ CARSTRUCKS.MOTORCYCLES,
you or. Interested 4734961. 8/4 tfnchg WE NEED YOUR HEIsPI The Cloy County
you.can contact ON LAKE GENEVA
meat Furnished 2 BR
ALICIA HAY In rolls under born Deliveryavailable
2 BR MM reasonable, central'AC nice
96.4-5583 for further Council Aging desperately needs
Information. 8/4 home w/large' living room. d/r: bath, on
Arthur Gasklns, 782-3727
neighborhood, hear school. '
Itchng Lg. screened Volunteers to transport our Community '
., S/J6TF large deck overlooking 'lake Dock .1''' 1100ZX1 plus 2. loaded, excellent
-- porch: carport, utility, fenced, lake Core 'for ,the. Elderly and, Medicaid
TWO LOTS FOR SALES each 100x100 ft, laundry facilities available, ,73.29t9, privileges. 1.904.388.6109 after 9:30: clients living In the Keystone Heights condition; garage kept 20,000 miles.
YARD SALE sq. Nice shade trees, $6500 each. 10% 7/7 tfnchg p.m. or 1-904-473.4221. 2tpd 8/4.H.. ar.0to doctor appointments.. These See at corner of Hwy 21) a 100 or call
i i i i 1. 1 ,nt r down owner fill finance at 10% In- I 8R COTTAGE'near library. Furnished, Individuals are unable to find 'ron.portallon "3. 765 weekdays or .73.0628"
terest. 964.2796, 2tchg 7/18.81"; AC, lake privileges $240 month. weekends 3tchg 7/28-8/1
SATURDAY, August 5, 9.3. household '473-4961. 7/7 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES from other sources In the com ItM TOYOTO Corolla ,SW red, S
It.m. small appliances. ,womens and NEW MOBILE HOME 2 BR, furnished on, ,munity and rely heavily on the CCCOA speed; air, AM/FM, 1 owner. 69.000
children clothing. Si 4th. Av.nu. FOR SALE one acre, Melrose/ area, 1-6846634. 3 BR,. 2 BA Fleetwood doublewide and their .volunteers to provide miles. $1700. 473-0321. 2tchg 7/28-8/4'
'(Wilson Road). 8/.. Ipd 4tchg 7/14,8/ mobile home built in 198S Excellent :necessary transportation. We can pay 1 MCHEVETTI $175. Automatic needs
,GARAGE SALE at Roys Grocery?Satur. 12x40 TWO BEDROOM Partlcula furnished 'LAKE GENEVA Mobil. Home Park ;condition. Furnished $99OO. 473.2S7S. ,20 cents per mile and guarantee a lot distributor work In High Ridge Estates.
day 8'' am-untll, three families, os U, $1500 or best offer. Slide In Keystone Partially furnished from 6tchg 6/30.81. of personal satisfaction Please call 7170 Pembroke St; (left of Piedmont.)
cloth.,. household' items, some ,of Camper $300. 431.1023 or 496-1304. $135 month. Call 473.7566. 201 pd ,MUST SELL 14X70 on private lot Si SOO 473-2112 Ext. S40 and ask for Sheryl Itpd 8/..

everything 8/4 I Ipd 3tchg 721.8SEWING /.. 721.12iCONDOMINIUM down, owner financing at $236.72 per. Hortzog Itchg 8/4 l 14 FORD VAN % ton factory conversion .
THREE FAMILY Garage Sale 'comer of MACHINES FOR SALE New and j 1 lease or sole. luxury month 473.2730. 4tchg 8/4 23 NEW LIFE ACRES now hiring nurses aid. low miles, too many extras to list
Orange and Adkln., cloth. all sliet used, home and industrial. All makes BR. 2 BA fireplace, one year old, on FOR SALE OR RENT with large Florida For Information, call 479-2108. Itchg, 4733307 2tchg 8/.11
misc. Item., Sat 8-til 8/4 Itpd and models ,repairedCall 9648733. lagoon. 473-3267 ,or .269.008. room added. 2 BR, t'/i BA, furnishedon 8/4
FRI. SAT, SUN. lots of mlsc and clothes. 81 chgtfn ,Available Immediately, 3tchg 7/21,8/ large lot close to town. 473-4533

North on 301, turn by Powells Dairy STEEL BUILDINGS | BEDROOM cottage on lake, large, after 6 p.m. tpd 8/4 YARD SALES

Freeze, then on Clark, 8/4 Itpd 40 x 75.12. . . . ?$3 43 ft. deck, small screened porch. Adults only MH FOR SALE or rant 2 BR/2 BA home FOR SALE
1356 HANDING ST.. Saratoga.Heights. O" 100 x 14. . ?$3,39 ft. no pets. $275 a month plus electric, located 3 blocks from school, ,Owner' GARAGE SALE 6409 Baker Rd Frt8' _
Frl. B Sat.'Aug. 5 a 6, 8 am til. stereo, 50x100x16" . . .$3.32.ft. $100 security deposit. Phone 473-7259Itpd will finance with small down payment. Sat.. 9.2. 12ft, sail boat roll.a-woy 'SOLID WOOD: sofa, brown/cream plaid
bedroom .ult.,, TV, guns', lots of 60 Ie 100x14. . .. ,$3.05 ft. 8/" New home with central heat and air. beds, clothes, dishes and other mist with matching chair,and tables, $80
GARAGE goodies 8/4.Itpd 70x100x14 I "'. . . ,$2,90 ft. OM LAKI GENEVA homes, furnished fireplace. Call 473-7975. 8/4 tfnchg items, ttpd 8/4 aba: full sized bed with matching desk
SALE electric, /dryer living 100x100x12----------------$2.76 ft, nice 2 BR, 'I '/ BA furnished, BIG' .BIG yard sole on Bundy lake Rd. and night stand, $40. obo, king sized
i room ,furniture, stereo, curtains, picture Allied Steel': t-800/63S-4141 dock ft laundry fatuities available HELP WANTED off CR214. Saturday only. Clothing water bed frame, liner and heater,
*; bedspreads and mist. Saturday, SATELITE SYSTEMS Installed from $695 473.2919. 8/4 tfnchgON lots of mlsc 1 Ipd 8/4 $20: TV cart, S3. 4730120. 2tchg
}, Aug. 6th 9 am until corner of Bessenf Get HBO Clnemax and more For LAKE GENEVA home, newly GOVERNMENT JOBS '$18037 fa FRI. E SAX, 9.7. OH 214S Big Sky Lane. 7/28.8/ ..

Road and W. Mimosa 8/4 Itpd. ,more, information call '782-3702 or decorated, 2 BR, 1 BA, enclosed front 569, 05, Immediate Hiring Your area. ,follow signs. Truck topper typewriter, VIDEO CAMERA RCA Pro-Wonder. 300.
.GARAGE SALE 609 Melton Terrace, 9 9 porch ,dock C laundry; facilities. clothes ( misc Itchg 8/4 .
7823300. 8/4234tcha Call (Refundable) 1.518-459.3611 Ext. case, tcl pod. extra battery, top of the
pm Saturday.: 8/4ltchg TREATED LUMBER, 2x6x10. $3.39; ,available Stove A refrigerator furnished. 3339A for Federal List 24 Hrs 3tpd. 'line video camera ..73.3307. 2tchg
2x6x16, 680. All,sizes are available 473, .2919. 8/4 $ ,'. NOTICECLASSIFIED 8/".H -

SCHOOLS ,Stephen Smith Lumber,7, miles South, I nchgMcDonald's CLARINET'. completely reworked, $150'
of Starke on 301. 81.. tchg 'Is ,, ADVERTISING should be submitted firm console piano: $750 OBO: Dodge
,UNITED'' TRAVEL 'SCHOOLS Reservo- PLYWOOD 1/2" 4 ply CPX.$7.99; 3/4 ( to the Lake Region Monitor office bus, brand new 361 /IND engine,, less,
tlanlsts, Travl. Agents. Ticket Agents, CX. $12.SO: Stephen Smith lumber; In writing and paid advance than 200 miles, in excellent running:
Live. Computer Training, Plac.m.nt 468-2624. 7 miles South of. S, rk. on One of America'sTen unless credit Is', already'establishedwith condition,$1500 080. 73,08".ltchg.
Asslstohce Financial Aid Available. 3011 8/4 Itchg ,, this' office.MONITOR 8/4 '
Correspondence/Resident SOFA COFFEE TABLE end table, like STAFF'' CANNOT BE' HELD BARBER CHAIR Excellent Condition,

Accredited M.mb.r NHSC, Training Call toll-, new, $275. Will also sell seperately. Best; Managed RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Ready for work or easy chair for den..
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free 1.BOO.782.2480. ,HeadquartersClearwater. call 964-6019. 8/4 1 Itpd : 'i,! ', CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 475-1465 or 473.2177. Itchg 8/4
Florida. 8/4 FCAN : 171 SOUTHWIND 26 h Motor Home, law : 'Companies THE TElEPHONE. .
UNITED TRUCK MASTER,. truck Driver mil., $12.000. 44-4JIS.. t/4 Itchg \ ." \ Classified-deadline' Is 11' :00 a.m. priorto .
FOUR U Inch Chrome Spoke W.....,.. ': ,
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Training, D.OT. certification. ,|lob : "!''I i\W\ ;,. .' Thursday publication.
: like n.wfor, GM car, $200. 4 inch Minimum Is 15 words for$3.50 LOST & FOUND
: I. placement assistance, financial, aid ';\ rt). ;, : '1 charge ,
,', ; available; correspondence/resident jointer, planer cast. .Iron ,base,, $75., ,, "" ., ." "/ "' ,' then 13 cents for each word th.rft.r.MISCELLANEOUS ,
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,. training, accredited m.mb.r NHSC. 9645460. / Itpd' ;ry";' A'' 'joVMcDonald'. \ ) 'S opens' over SOO hew"restaurants. 'eve"'I, ,', SMALL BLACK'. female cat with white a,

Call toll.free 1800346-3112 Headquarters TIRES OFF NEW RANGER XL T. Great.condition : \ yearmosl of them become million dollar buoinOSes.l.: gray,' has no, tail. Lost Lake Genevaarea
:, CI.arwat.r.florida., 8/4. fewer, than 2000 ,mils $22 \, ',' '," ,, 7/6/88. $25 reward child, pet,,
FCAN each. all 4 for $80. 468-2760 8/4 Itpd ;I."} )!,,}1'r,'I ,' no matter'where (hcy're.located. One thing they all Call collect ; 904:771: 1476<< ,or
"GAS RANGE 4 burn., large surface,, :. "/iI> 1'by''\).". "" : ', : PACK RAT Buy, sell and trod. collectible 904.768.2899. tchg 8/4.1.1
$50 or make offer 468 2760., 8/4 1 tpdtMISCELLANEOUS ,, ,,,'' '.have, In. common, a. .great' inanagcmentt, "c Items and antiques Used furniture
,ANIMALS & PETS : \ ::\. ,
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_FOR SALE '. ). ,','''' ';, Thai's where you come in, If you" qualify,'we will MAINES REAL ESTATE'm .

'AUSTRALIAN ;SHEPHERD puppies" for "SPRING 'SALE on quonset arch 'style' ." :. ',1,1'.,"'::",,'.,';. 'train" you, tn ;every- aspect( of1 !jvicDonald'1'stare' ? '25 East Main

sale. Shots and. wormed. 964 61.,3tc.g'728.8n ),, ::' buildings' 25 x 38 $2.788. 32 x 48 ,'( X )> management Your talent will help us and' you. LC Lake,Butler, FL 32054
S3.788' 40 x',58 !t. $4.788; 50 x'78 ''i, ,I:"I":,. ,I, ," ,,', '. : I"' '''''' "
Puppies. Free to. good home. Call even': $7.788: Call Standard Steely ,,,:, '1'I':,' : achievesucc ss., ';This,,is' a'leriOUS career with\siMcDonald's I .Harriett Moines, Realtor.

Goat ings,for call Sale 964 8476.'billies" 8/4..Itpd, 18006685106. 8/4 FCAN :,\y;;:<'.:' .. Franchisee which will 'providc'ou, with;'. 496-3978 '
two ,7 nannies. t PUBLIC NOTICE ..' ,.INVENTORY [ ', .' ,
billy ram size, all or non., S400, CLEARANCE. engineered" Steel I >,J'' 1, '' ', '" ." I ,
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9644514. 8/4 ippdArblan / Buildings. '" ");\\!%::41"'!'''\:1''I", ; ;, ', .. Valuable- training i. ; in a every 3SpcCof\ \ BUTLER
beautiful chestnut stallion 3 . . . )" ', "I ." '
yrs 30 x 40x12 $465000 IIP''\ ''II\'h\ : ''':' \',. ,\ ,> ;
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old halter broke $300. '. 'i\\I I( { our business. ''I, "," .. 'I'', /" COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDING Iocotod'75 Main St, paved
Grey mare 8 yrs 40 x 50x12 , . $6,295.00 /, \,"" gentle nice riding horse $400. 964.8916 .0.. 75x14. . $9,675.00 : ."' !it'q\'I"" ,: 'i',),s : ." <4 '" ,I'"H parking 100' frontage on Main St.,, 1528 s.f.. Price $94.900.
,leave message. 8/..2tchg 8/1'1 SO x' 75 IC 14 $11 48500 f ',, \ .$!{ '; /);" :, C Starting" salary) commehsuralc with trpcricnce. I .RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS heavily wooded, approximately 2 acres,

Horse for Sale, good with children On. 50 x 100.x 14 . . ... $1 ,545.00'' ''''"''.IIJJIt I. '\,/',1'''', Ir'/'"" ? .. .,. .. ,,. :,'',", \V\ each, $11.500 to $12,000.THOMAS .
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.addl. and 2 tacks. lor .. I ; !
sets All $500. Other sliest Financing available Multl ...f. ;I'i-; :' i ', '' '
Ask for Debbie or Dave, 9642573. 8/4 pie u.... Pioneer Buildings. J.'I/ r '
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'I\ Office-964-2852 Home--431.1675
Free Puppl., 8 weeks old half bulldog. ; \, 'I;I ,y1f ',: '
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half Helru 57 White with black spots, .(\\f j\\.I"" \< 5' ; e Padvacallons. ,"' ,",''i",:(,, ',
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PERSONALS Qualifications "i'" It'i' I.,." ,';', <;:!\ potin"9Rooiln9
Duties: Assist Admin Asst. In all' : '" :::: ," se I

phases of office work typing filing. I" ', Apply in person Friday' A\;,::,": .
MR BOBBY DELLUAN WILLIAMS I. look- \, '
bookkeeping, receptionist duties. ,j ':' ." : : .
,, .. Ing for Brenda L.. Brown Williams and Qualifications: H.S. Degree andexperience ,,'.", ;"I\0.j":\ '': .August 5th ', !:';"',., :\ ,
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''I" again and again. 782.3736 Bobby wpm. Jr. College Vo-Tech, training' .\1-\-,!IS'fP\\{(", :'", ,I', 802 S. Walnut St. ,,\;., .!.\ .
Williams. 8/4 lip ': ,;: /, 10% Off -: :
LOTTERY JACKPOT FEVER I 30 second > Starke Florida 32091
Contact Send Resume to MsCause ; ') ;i"" ; 1''" ,;;. VANo
'automatic-win system produces 444 /, Sunshine Industries P.O.: : _"" '. ... ._ : :; June & July :-' Low
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: :it' plate details rushed to you FREE. Harvard ,w""\" Payment COlt 1.E.f
:,:" : Square Laboratory System, Suit. IMcoonafcrsI *' /test 11I111I
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I ,A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE' '
European, ,Scandinavian. High School l ,
exchange students arriving In August t1li. '
', 1', III Become a host family for American In., 4737653473.4816 LAKE BUTLER, HPflRTITlEnTSNow .
,'.' terculturat Student Exchange. ''Call I i f
", .. Keystone taking appHca1lon for 1-2-3-4 bearoom units. These
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I' :" '! ; '; i" TRAVEL TOUR GUIDE AGENT 782-1300 Jax wall-to-wall carpet. crapes and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry

,.""' ,'" I TRAIN facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants I
5 AIRLINERESERVATIONS '
,,.: ; ,;: /. '. DURRANCE TOBEAPROFESSIONAL For application; and Information
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it' ','i'' : '. Start Locally. Fui ernepertttme Pleas see u* at @
:: : PUMP & SUPPLY .Train on tw Jrlne .SECRET ARSECRECEPTIONIST/ 1005 SW 6th Street ,

.' computers).Home Study .:.:. lake Butler Ft 32054 ......- I

I' ,. and Resider Training EXEC. SECRETARYStart
: '. Well Or Call ,496-3141
Drilling Nad. rxwdqusvlera. Pompone
HOMES full time/port
FINANCIAL AD Id,.. Fl.AVALABLE WATERFRONT [ locally, ]
Rotary 2" to :6" DREAM HOME Custom built home one time. learn word processing. )
Hall Lake has wet bar fireplace, and related secretarial skills
PLACEMENT''ASSISTANCE pecky cypress cathedral 'c.illngs.Ov.r Home study and resident traln- Now Leasing

1 s' Pumps 2100 s.f.. 3 bedroom::2 bath' 1 Ing., National headquarters.fL.
home has beautiful white sand Pompano 8each. Fl. Forest Park' Apartm ts
AID AVAILABLE :
All A.C.T.TRAYEL SCHOOL, beach. 'Shown by oppt. Only .FlNANClAl
ASSISTANCE1so0.4323004
"JOI PLACEMENT | for moderate 1tt ..
H Anr.da.dAt.-.r N K! G 176000. An apartment complex designed; F
LAKE GENEVA Two 2 bedroom brick Income families. No rental assistance 1.'J' ; i ':"',

' homes make_ this property an excellent THE HART SCHOOL available,. Attractive 1 & 2 DR/1 Da apts.. ".,; Vm' "' '
.: 1.0. Investment on the water LiveIn DI"Of A.C.T.Corp. range, refrigerator carpet, central heat & air; .w 1, ,,f' ..
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.:, ;: 0 Tell.Ee one rent the other $106,000. ( ,1- patio and laundry. Free water sewer &
",1:" ;' UPDATED CLASSIC Real pine and garbage;:Rent $185 $220 rnlnImum.Two
1 birth the walls of this Impeccable i
I grace complete<< handicapped apartments avail.'
:-:' VISIT OUR SHOWROOM Apartments 2/2 with 30xlS basement for' Par lnfarma cmJAppUeatiOlU
', guest or hobbles. Swim fish or boat Forest Park Apartment 775 NE! 1st Street. Lake Butler. I Ft 32094'

:. ,' 'For' Your Plumbing Parts I I 922 E.' Brownlee St'l I from the alum' 'floating dock. (904)) 4OS-3430 GEL O.'

I" ,; ; $83.900.
!," '964-7061 2'& 3 BRs Available LAKI GENEVA year around or vocation .- -
home on 1700 acre lake This 2 FACTORY

I I \ 864 N. Temple Ave.. Stark Low Income bedroom .home can be youis;?for / P 0 'UNITED REALTY' f. TRAINED blATE
$79.000., '
;. Housing 1EEJ ASSUMABLE MTG. and owner financing ,- ''of Starke ERnHED!
Nights & Weekends teuHOUSMI0 make this home very __ .. ,
',' '964-7578 964-7133 located on Gotarbone lake, |lust John E.: Curies BrokerUS <. ,mM'RA'j '.: !t'OR

listed $65.000. XI South. Starke, Po. %4-8447.1-lome 4133627'A\ A I lAB L E
WATERS DOWN but so I. the price on .
:, ". a this 2/2 home on lake Brooklyn.. I
Over 1.000 ..f. Just listed 55000. EAGLES NEST HOMES Handi-House Portable '

DEER SPRINGS :3 bedroom 2 bath OW

6 Elixson Wood'.Products. Inc. with screen rOom at lake. Excellent Buildings. ..

fishing lake, only $49.000.

i t/); /';,,:,> Cypress Mulch Pine ,Bark you POOL cool HOMEs on 30x15 lake pool Bundy will, this keep 2 .No Down

bedroom home Is priced 19 sell at I Payment

,, \ ..i'Y Pick Up or We Deliver $45000.
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/', :" ': : CHURCH LAKE great year around Luxurious, Contemporary Horn*. Kit Form or troctealCOO
home built red brick home. 1260 Iq.ft. Singls Iq. n story
964-6649 suet Ask lo v e wourtmodelel home ALSO HAVE C & C MINI STORAGE FACILITIES
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I WILL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE, PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOMES
CARS f TRUCKS VANS
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
day or evening Call Ann Brown
FOR SALE
leave mestage. Also' yard, mowing. "
CHIVY % ,TON 4x4 PARTSi front and 964.7082. 4tchg 7/21-8/11 RENTLEASESALEFISH Ul SEPTIC'TANKS, Install septic tank, Adopt
rear axles, transfers, transmissions, haul fill dirt drain field, Free '
NEED MONEY Club, group, churches, THREE BEDROOM MOMIL HOMI Lowdown
etc. 964 5812. TFc. Estimates, Call 964.2470 of 964-7610.
and other organization E-Z CASH, CAMP: totally equipped tavern, payment bolcJnc.llk. rent.SW'sMobile
14 FORD TRUCK brand n.w motor Tommy, 964.7783. 4tchg 7/28.I/IS mobile home, lakefront,, acreage, 7/21 8tpd. 9/1 Home Pork, behind US. Call
tiath.ot.. V8, coUector Jtem. See and DO YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS? If you are Interested owner finance 10%, John Curie 496.37)5evenings.Itpd. 1/4 RabbitsBy
'hear to.appreciate. Price n.gotlabl. In (olnlng a free Arthritis Support United Realty of Starke, 964-8447; eves FOR SALE
Call 64 6133. 4tchg 7/14.8/4 please call Loraine Wllklson, 4733627. 5/19TF .
183 FORD WAGON, air, good ihape 782.3462.2tchg 7/28-8/4 COP LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County Mark Frledlln
9644507. 3tpd 7/21-8/4 SEWING MACHINES All make and for sale,, Good for any retail liquor STORAGE HOUSES Need. entro ...orog.lpoc. CARSTRUCKS1te BCT Staff Writer
,191' Thunderblrd, loaded take overpayment model cleaned and ailed and ode business, Le.I package store, lounge, .? We hove 5x10 and 10x10 mini *
*, 964-8693 after 5 p.m. 8/4 motel I 'warehouse Hal. and Associates Most people wouldn't call a 67.
lusted, $15.00. 19 year experience, restaurant, bar fraternal FORD ISO PICKUP TRUCK long
Itchg 8/11 All work guaranteed, Hwy 233 16 lodge; No food sale required. Broker 4963939. tfnchrg.: 1/7 wheel' bo... XLT lariat, loaded. 24.000 184-lb,soldier "momma" and get
117 Mustang IX. J7500. 1982 Delta 88Oldsmoblle (Morgan Rd.) Call 964-8733 for house protected. Call George 813-786-4222. ENGINE .1962 Toyota Cellco.WR.. Good ear mile $8,930. Call 496-2O4S or away'' with it, :but some of the
Condition. $200.. Call9629S5.
$3000. Call 782.3191 or coll. 8/4 chg tin pd 8/25 negotiable. 496.379S, Jimmy Colon. tf4 3tpd. 8/18 Bland-
soldiers stationed at Camp
782.3326 oher 5 p.m. 8/4 1 tpd REMODELING additions, painting. roofIng FOR KENT: Office space or retail soles itpd.84CHICHUCHUA
.t7S trance 4d, 30,, V-8, duol..hollSt. work, Lie. No. RB-0034S96 Phone area. Downtown Storke. $300 per Two var-old' mal, $50. HOMES FOR SALE ,ing during their annual training
auto, ps. xereo cassette, whit. spoke Call 4962466. Itchg. 8/4
964-7802. 8/1tfq month. Call 964-63O5, John. TF exercises do."Momma".
'with RVT radial, S3900 obo 964-6174 WAREHOUSE SPACE AVAILABLE from SILVER QUEEN CORN Ready now. Johnny
after 5 p,m. 814 1tpd 1500 to 5000 sq. ft.. Call' 964-5414. Arnold. Call 4963935. Itchg. 8/4 FOR SALE IV OWNER Three bedroom I is another name for
174 Datsun 710.' rebuilt motor, like n.w BUSINESS 4tchg 7/21-8/11 KINO SIZE WATERBED Full floatation 1/2 both, central heat and. air. One Sgt. 1st Class' Bobby Ray
running condition, $500, 964.2970 or OPPORTUNITIESMOBILE ,Warehouse el Industrial spice, 3 unit mattress, headboard and from In acre lat In Worthington Spring area. Anderson.
9644042. 8/4 )Itpd left 3,000 tq ft la 9.000 sq ft or will cluded. $400. Call 496.3954. 1!pd. 8/4 Call 496-2850.8/4 2tchg. 8/11, Anderson a member of the 53rd
DEER STANDS On swivel ,
179 Corolla trailer eat
Toyota wrecked. for
ports build to sull. Office, restrooms, excellent
ores IS.O/C. 18SOO. 964.6608, 8/411pd HOME PARK on Grlffi Loop. business address In New Industrlal twelve foot iron ground. Call 454-2B70, Infantry Brigade out of Tampa
1911 Chevy Camera,.V-6. 3 speed good Acreage for, more mobile homes: Pork city water sewer, paved between 6 and 9 p.m; Itpd 8/4 FOR RENT assumed his motherhood status
condition $1500.961.4042. 8/4Itpd ,S38.OOO. Call alter 5:30. p.m? 964-8970 .tr..'. Tax,advantage,.Enterprise ONE KENMORE AND ONE CE washing
when he adopted four three-day-old
1961. 3/4 ton' Ford Truck, ,alto 1961 964 8705. TF Zone Owner financing available. O.K. machine. $75. each. Call 496-2596. (CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C. ,
Chevrolet car '964-6517. 'or, BOILER FARM. : opprox.26 acre, on wet Ely.;473.3302 or 964-5294.8/4 3tpd 8/18 after 5 p.m., ask for Nancy.'t Itpd. 8/4 Extra Reasonable Rent PINES Call motherless rabbits during one of his

964 8877. 8/4l tpd 16. 964 SIM. 4tchg 7/7-28 FOR LEASE 1250 sq ft, 301 South acrossfrom 496-2366. SRI21, lake Butler 7/14 training exercises. ,
"115 Dodge Omni, low mileage, door 'OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE
4 new KOA/Wolmort. Also 2000 sq LAND FOR SALE tfnchg Anderson and Sgt. George
hatchback, 5 *sped run and looks' STORE. CHOOSE FROM: Jean/Sport- ft for Jao... Call 964.8&.4B. 964.8447, or Esherman found the rabbits while
good. $3400 obo. cpll 964-6172 after' wear, Lilies, Men, Large Size, evening 4733627. 8/4chgtng ,
530pm. 8/4llchg l Petite, Dancewear/Aerobic;, Bridal, 1-J-5 ACRE PARCELS 160 acre farm, NOTICE digging emplacements for the large
Dodg. 1917 Mini Caravan loaded excellent Lingerie or Accessories Sto,.. Brand, would make nice hone farm low but portable electric'' generators
condition; take over payment Liz Claiborna,, Healthtex, Chou.. Lee, down payment owner financed..Ap. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should ba.ub-
Greg 964-4103.. BA42tchg8/l 1 St: Michel, Forenza, Bugle Boy levy), pro.. 1/2 acre, paved road with 2 roltted to the Union County Time office which serve the mobile command
1977 Dodg. wagon, clean interior, good Organically Grown, Lucia, Over 2000 bedroom mobile home on SRI8. Hale In wrl'lngond paid ,In advance post for artillery firing on the range'at
transportation $900,131.1127.B'l l ltpd other Or $13.99 One Price Or MultI. 'and Aiftoclate. 4963939. tfn/chg. uni.ss credit I i. already established the 72,000 acre facility. They re-
176 Datsun Pickup good transportation Tier, Pricing Discount or Family Shoe 12/31 with this office.
rabbits wouldnot
moved the
Store. Retail, Prices unbelievable for More '40 ACRES Of LAND Located County so they
; 'see at, 326 N. Water St, S600 on THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT M HELD
.obo. ,, 8/4 Itpd top quality shoes normally priced from Rood ISA, Partially cleared with rightof RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN harmed after making sure that
14 Ford Truck brand new motor, flathead $19 to $60. Oven 250 Brands, '2600 Keystone' way. Annie Cow ,t. Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER their mother had either been killedor
V.collectors Item see and hear style. S17.9OO to S29.900.: Inventory 1(912)826-5054( ) or 496-2466. 8/4 2tpd. THE TILEFHONE.. had left and was not coming
to appreciate, $2000, price negotiable, Training, Fixtures, Airfare Grand Area Ads 8/11 Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, 5
call 964.6133. 7/144tchg8/4 Opening, .tc. Can open 15 day. Mr, P.M., prior to Thursday publication back., '
178 OLDS DELTA 8(1 PB, PS, AT, elect loughlin ((612)) 8884228. Itpd 8/4 LOST/FOUND Minimum charge I i. t word..for S3.50, "I took them back to the barracksand
windows, as I.1 $600. 964.5494. 2tpd, $75.000)( ) Steele Company needs dealersIn then 1 5 cent for each word thereafter. we started taking care of them,"
72884THREE Florida. Commercial steel buildings, .
CARS FOR SALE: 74 Matador 4 dr; 'sunrooms, mobile home product and SERVICES CHOCOLATE COLORED BEAGLE AND Anderson said "They were a big hit
73 Plymouth wagon,, 9 passenger; "73 'neon signs, 100% financing. Small WALKER Female 16"tall, medium size l YARD SALE with the rest of the guys in'' the

Plymouth 4 ''dr.,. sedan. 61? E. refundable deposit required, PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile wearing brown dog collar with name of brigade." .
Washington St., 9644822. Itchg 8/4 1.800.144.1663.8/1. '' FCAN homes, pool, deck, sidewalks. Free owner. (Clentort Gay), Lot around The four tiny rabbits, which fit in'
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'74 FORD PICKUP! $700. Briggs & Stratton DEALERSHIP LOG HOMES Your complete estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 7/7 Palestine lake Area. Call 4311650. TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Thurs. and Friday
riding lawn. mow., $350., 9646471. log home manufacturing company ,tfnchg Itf,. 8/4 Aug.4 8 5th. 750 N.E. First Street the palm of Anderson's hand, were
'7/28Tf has all of America' finest lines, ROOMING, GUTTERING Tear off haul BLACK AND WHITE (MALE) WALKER Lake Butler You all Come.ttpel. 8/4 kept in a shoe box covered by cam-
'174 Old. Regency 2 dr., clean 'Inside ?i starting at S9.675. Great earning away and replace. Quality work. DOG lost near John Whltehead farm.If ouflaged handkerchiefs. The men:
and out,' good condition, oc, power 'potential, will, not Interfere with present Reasonable rates.Call Keith 4730768. found, please call 9647142.,.after 6 MISCELLANEOUS feed formula with
: Investment 100% 1Irl1 tpel. 8/11 them baby an eye
employment
steer, brakes, window. and locks, one 7/7 tfnchgSEWING p.m. ,
,* '.secured model home Coll Mr, La- four times
owner priced to soil. $1500, by MACHINES CLEANED oiled and dropper a day.
9645480. 8/41lpd mont toll free, 18003215647. 'The adjust tension In your home. Special' RELIGIOUSMAY JETS 'The men haven't named the rabbits
Original OLD-TIMER LOG HOMES and Shop Jet', *,for new and used clothing for
$14.95. Repair all brands. Work' but he has found of
plenty
I Supply Inc., Rt. 6, 346 Logue Rood Ml. 473.7862.7/21 tfnchg the famil 265 N.W. 7th Ave. Open:, 'yet,
l PERSONAL SERVICESWANT ,Juliet, ,TN 37122.; .,8/4 FCANNOTICE BABYSITTING guaranteed.* In my home Prefer age THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS be' ,Tuet.,,Thors.j Fri.. and Sal 8/4 4tchg. potential good homes for the cute

U to play with 3 year old son. Nice environment adored, glorified loved and preservedthroughout 8/25; little creatures/ In fact according to
TO DRINK, the world now and forever.' .SID'S BARGAIN STORE
excellent care.,,473 0845. the Sergeant, there are more people
Sacred Heart of Jesus. for St. ,
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I pray us East Main street-Loke Butler, Hundreds
,WANT TO STOP .' TYPING 2tpd 7/28-8/4 v' letters, 'reports*, ,..um.., Jude worker. of miracle, pray for us. of ITEMS._ Friday Sat. and.Sunday, 8:30 "on the waiting list" for homes
THAT'S OURS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub Editing, .word'proc..lng.. Books Soy the prayer 9 times a day for 9 day*. a.m. to 6 p.m. Itpd. !/4 than there are rabbits..
It has been known to fail.
Alcoholic Anonymous mittedto the, Bradford Co..nty''T.I.graph manuscripts, statistical typing. Accurate never be 'They are really,concerned about
,.64.4.SO 0'.64.2000 office In writing and paid In dependable, reasonable. Publication have must been answered.promised.H.J.R.My L the rabbits" Every day while I was
pd thru 9/29 I prayers
advance unless credit I I. already 4751638. 4tpd 7/28.S/18 tJJ.S. !
CHAIN", LINK FENCE Installed Free established with this office. CARE >FOR ELDERLY, will do light Itpd. 8/4 here someone'stops, by and asks to
..lima.... HANDYMAN FENCE CO. ,THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD housekeeping also.. Hove good see them."
,f 'Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF MISTAKES IN HELP WANTED
:. RESPONSIBLE FOR reference 473 0726. 2tchg 8/4-1' The sergeant plans to consult a
HOME REPAIR pointing roofing new ,CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AQ IS TAKEN OVER ELECTRONIC REPAIRS Service for VCR; OF HEALTH
and tear qff., Additions, remodeling THE TELEPHONE. veterinarian when he finishes
TV, stereo, etc. Free plck.p'd.llv.ry. '
I 1 I GOOD PEOPLE ,, GOOD PAY + GOOD
Thomas Ii, Lee Construction office Classified deadline I I. :TUESDAY training and camp is over.
free estimates 373 2364, 2tchg B/4-lt
BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. RSV: TheOverlooked
t 964 2852. home 431.1675.7/7TF
NOON prior to Thursday publication.. '" .wouldijite to return them to the.
Lok. But'' r Apparel 650 S E. 2nd Disease"
LAWN SERVICE for residential and ::
com- Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY, ,
merciol. Landscaping, tree removal ,S'00 P.M. Special Classified display RECREATIONAL rte"".".-' ttreeMLaketSuUet. ,,496360Ifllche It looks like a cold)) t:noun Imo,, .... WvWBtey are so fragile Ijdon't

lawn vacuumed, No |lob too big or placement W NOT Guaranteed. VEHICLES CRUISE'1/21 SHIPS NOW, MIRING" Summerand ,a cold'Scientists.'and'doctors "art*""'" rknow &. iey.would,survive along.;
small. Free estimates 964.1238.2/1TF Minimum charge for classified ads I I. learning however that a winter/ Looks well
career opportunities Excellent like be taking care of
WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John
15 words for $3.50. then 15 cent. for TRAILER 26 ft.BunkHouse. AC Call refundable viral infection that looks like
TRAVEL World travel
Deere. $40 per hour Call ,anytime, each Word thereafter. pay. ( ) spring them for some time to come,"
782.3306. 47TFchgK awning. TV ant., micro-wave many' 1(518)459-3734( ) P3339D. 7/21 3tpd. the flu may actually be caused bya .
I K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialand extra $4800. 473-7053. Itpd 8/4 8/4 more complicated virus called
LOST/FOUND GET PAID for reading books!: $100. per,
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RSV' -Respiratory Syncytial Virus
references available. 9644908.331 TF BOATS FOR SALE title Writ: PASE-F710. '1615. Lincoln Beware

U CALl-WE HAUli specialized pecan or LOST.DOG, Be.sent ,road area silver way, N. Aurora, II, 60542. 8/4 Rent V.,
trail.rl '
live
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harvesting. Also custom tractor ser* of RENEE, doesn't like lightning and w.lI. fishing boot $600.475-1523. tpd ScamlAccording !
vice provided 964-4064 or 964.8230, thunder.Call 964.4534 or 964-7347. .8/4 8/4
4tchg 7/14-8/4 Itchg 171 BLUESTAR 15 ft. fish/ski boot and to Farmers
L, ft L SEPTIC TANKSl septic tank service DOG ROTTWEILER'months, old male frailer., 50 HP Evinrude, runs like a *****,****** I and Dealers BankVlcePretldent ,
andlnstanotion-Fr., estimate, fill answers to name Brutus last seen CR charm $I3O .'4734013. Itpd 8/4 Tom
dirt, backho. work. Call 964.2470 125/225A wearing flea collar, $100
fropm 6 a.m.-6 p.m. or 964.7610 after 6 reward7823116' leave message SALE WeldersNeeded Rlherd.there appears ,
p.m. 4tpd 721.811 8/4-11 2tpd LAND to b. a scam In

operation whereby,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1.2 acre lot on cul- For WorkIn
County Line Nursery de.sac, MH or house:I block off CR35J.; Local' Area B'lIIJ someone calls bank
Access to several ,lakes. Great term. customers requesting

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Owned ft Operated by David Walnwrlghl |f)64-63O6l children have had at least one bout Imeedlalely.Apparantly.lhe,
2Vi\ Mile East pf Siorke on SR IA PETS 1.800-826-1368 with RSV a respiratory virus.

e ,Complete Landscaping' & Design WANTED Good home for .beautiful' Cisco Company' RSV is a common virus. Most in-' perpetrator hopes,, to

e 'Plant Sales S Cypress Mulch purebred Springer Spaniel' Call EOE fants and young children under the have the money sent

.1,. Irrigation Design & Installation 4752883. Itpd 8/4 age, of three contract this respiratory directly to him. Check '
.HAND TAMED .; Cock-o-tieland, ,cage, J tract infection in mild forms, with the banks flrstt
Sodding, Sprigging & Seeding -$75. 4732230. Itpd' 8/4'' ***,,****.**** '/ during the winter and spring months.

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work; but It'i wonderful relaxation, Winds of Salvation to sing; at their Gainesville their, and they still travel with country. and bluegrass music for ,them have ,.;",\\,
and wonderful exercise" 11-day revival some time ago. The gospel singing from time to yea... even recorded by 'blesses" .friends and acquain .'r
Miller settled Millers arrived in time. 'Gospel Is the best thing we She country music stars. lances with ;,;
fresh
down In Graham their motorhome says she has written vegetables. "We
not ever did, over 300'( The Millers''
long ago,and the at night and parked say Miller noting that gospel grow many more planted all the ;
garden spot next to near the church. she and her husband songs and many different vegetables seeds in the name of .1,
their old-timey home was one of the Having; arrived at night they did not have been in country and western songs, some of th..ml4l"lvH: and than they, can eat Jesus"she says..and."I feel 1 should
Miller _
realize how Says she use the
major reasons they chose this area small the town was until eMO In. HI. I.
after traveling throughout the the next morning. Miller told her
'southeastern United States. husband she wanted to tour
downtown Graham and he opened
Miller and her husband the window and said 'there it 15'r r
formed
gospel singing group called the a tYtk ,, C j< p
Winds of Salvation- Singers of 1 looked out the window and said .I Mlj'e 1 1 j t '
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They still travel with their live, she' r
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most of their traveling in Florida. 71-year old farmhouse with a garden
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Test doubles their capacity. The new August( 22 to December' The cost From Page 7D Jesse Albrecht, Miami two sisters: Lorena M. Keene \.1
At Starke ,CenterAny computers'are'more versatile,''and of the course Js $88..Students who quests donations to North Central "Ella; lxbenthal and Della Holly BROOKER .Mrs Lorena,, M. ",
easier to operate. have never taken a Santa Fe course Florida Hospice, P.H Box .2.i:): Bonita Springs, 'and, five j grandchildren Keene, 65, of Brooker died Monday
student planning to take full In addition to' basic classes in., must pay a $20 registration fee. Keystone Heights( ,,FL 326511. and many nieces and morning at her' home in Brooker
time classes at Santa Fe Community Math, English, Science History Students can register at t the Starke nephews.Funeral. after.a long illness. She ws born in
College should take the ACT Test to Social Sciences and Humanities the Center from 8 to 4 dally, and from 6 services for Mr. Albrechtwere Brooker but had lived most of her
be administered'at the' Starke ,Fall Schedule includes Introduction?, to 8 p.m, Thursday August( 4. held at 10 am. in Hampton life in Tampa; and Citrus and I
Center on August 15. Business, General Psychology, Fred Albrecht Christian Church on Wednesday, Sumter Counties. She and her husband
The test will begin promptly at American Government Spanish, Nursing Assistant, Mr. 'redlbrecht, '86 of 'Waldo August l( '1,3; with Ministers John : moved back to Brooker in 1982.
8:30: a.m. There is no charge Cor the First Aid, Major Religions of the Course Offered died Monday, August,, t in Alachua Wagner and Norman Suisse con- She was Past President of Ladies''
dutmg the services. Interment will
test, but the student must complete 20th Century and Business Law; General Hospital, Gainesville !: Auxiliary: United TransportationUnion
application to the College( prior to Santa Ke'3 VA Representative E. Local resident/who are interestedin following a long illness, Born 'in' be in Southern Memorial. Park Friday No. 577 and a member of the
taking Nursing Assistant Coursein August( 5 at 2 p m Under the
a
taking the ACT.Registration J/< Jackson> will be at the Starke { Pretty Prairie, Kansas on July 24, Dedan Baptist Church.
Center on Friday, August 19 from Starke this Fall (starting( August 1902. Mr. Albrecht moved to Waldo direction of Jones Funeral Home She U survived by her husband:
1:30: to 4:30: to- assist students with 22)) should contact the Santa Fe in 1978 from Miami Mr. Albrecht Starke James' C Keene of Brooker. Four(
Now their problems. Community College( Starke Center. was a member of Christian Church, daughters:: Carol E. Cook, Linda
Underway 'at SFCC Registration continuing( daily at The 120 hour noncredit course' is ltdmpton He was a retired Kay Van West, and Joyce, Ann
: the :SFCC ,Starke Center from 19 designed{ to develop a degree:( of skill 'carpenter. Union 1509 AKIJCtO, McKenzie all of Tampa ''and Jackie
.Registration began this week for 'a.m, to 4 p.m. for nurses aides that will meet nursing construction :companies in Miami, LawrenceW'Biir" LRollinJit' of Bronson. Her step-,
Fall 1988 classes at the Santa Fe For more information, please call ( home standards. Graduates Carpenters Union No. 125, Moose Itlottman mother" Mrs.. Martha Hess of
,Community College( Starke Center in 961-\)382, would become Certified Nursing{ <:Iub,'Miami. 'Mr. Lawrence; W. "Bill" Blott- ,Brooker, two brothers: Clifton A
the renovated historic courthouse. on Assistants, as .required ,,by Florida Mr. Albrecht is survived by wife: man, 64, of, Swan Lake, Route 3, Polk of Lake Butler and Lewis D.
Real Estate Class
West. Call Street. Law. Alta Katherine llahme Albrecht, Melrose died Sunday, July 31 in his Polk of Greenville, GA, one sister:
With, upgraded equipment In the At SFCC.Starke CenterReal The cost of the course is approx- Waldo,*son Donald Gene"Albrecht, residence on Serenity Drive following Audney Schneider of Swannee and
Computer Lab increased interest is imately $80 which includes ap- (Ocala one step-son: Michael G.lIkin a long( illness Born in Indianapolis eight( grandchildren.
expected in the classes In Introduction Estate: Principles, Practicesand phcaton, tuition, lab fees and book. ,\ !!.,:Starke one Step-daughter: Indiana on December 12, Funeral services, were held,
to Computers,.Programming in' License Law will' be offered at Applicants must take the TABE follylo*'ccr, Davie, one brother 1923, Mr. Blottman moved to Swan Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Brooker
BASIC and Software Applications, the SFCC Starke Center: in the Fall test at the Bradford Vo-Tech Center. f Mike in 1985) from Atlanta, GA, was Baptist Church with, Rev, Charley
The Computer Lab has newly installed Semester: The four credit course, also a former resident of Kansas City Green officiating Burial will followin
IBM PC Computer with 640K 'which' prepares 'students for the CORRECTION Missouri. Mr, Rlottman was a' Dedan Cemetery under the direction
Kam, as compared to 256K on the old state real estate,licensing exam,will [ OPEN HOUSE, : member of St William Catholic of Archer Funeral Home of
equipment, which more than meet 'on Tuesday evenings from Friday July 29. I98B Vhurch, Keystone! Heights .comptroller Lake Butler.
I ,for the Lewis Sales Company,
--------- ,,2 p.m.._n__tit!. 7, p.m., 'There was a mistake( In last ; Ml.inta, (;iA, served in the',Marine Lowe '"Gangy"' Joiner

......0. -- -- weeks ad for Glen Moore's 'Corps in WW[| and the Korean War Mr: Lowe "Gangy" Joiner, 88,
ORTON'S AUTO AND' GLEN MOORE FARM' Mr; liloitmdn is survived by wife: resident of Route 2, Box 2095,Starke,
Open.House,, Kllon: HIvleIilottman, father:
11 MH I h m Moik afY IA I W ; passed away Tuesday flight, August
TRANSMISSION, SERVICE ,W.M'." .. NgMp- .- .l.i mes K Hloltman, Charlotte' NC, ,2 at Riverside Hospital following an.
two brothersfames: It. Blottman. 'extended illness. born and
.... He was
528 S','Walnttt St. Starke 964-8317 No.C.-,. F?,,,,lu n F.b,F...,,,.s I.PI N.c.YNn .'V.., This phrase should have, fh.irlotle, Ne/Thom.l1I( K. Blottman, raised In Barnville, SC' He moved to
;wb. read: Kansas City?,MO. a sister* Jean A. Jacksonville and'was employed by
Specializing In all auto repairs, air conditioning and THIiJACKSONVILle', Hough, ,Grants Pass,. Oregon. '( ,, ten the Seaboard Coastline Railroad until
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automatic, standards transmission iha, nieces. and nephews his retirement. He was employedby
.COUPON COUPON COUPON COUPON fMGill J.ck.onvlile .BfOILER{ ,OPERATION'ts. Funeral mass for 'j'1r. Blottman the Mason Lumber before moving
BrollcrAs.oclation wus held it 9 "m. in Sti William
< to Starke' in 1977, He was U
( AIR COND. BRAKES: currently ,-, i'jtholic Church. Tuesday
TRANSMISSIO on
memberof Northside Baptist hurch
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SERVICE CHECK OUT, FRONT ORREAR, ]] _.n to MaUrMl(**.rn A CaiflllMU "August of Starke; ,
** b* fcfciwl I* M *ei "r conducting the services. Interment
.. He is survived three
daughters
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regrets any was in Klorida National Cemetery, Mrs.,Alice J. Reinhardt of Jacksonville : -
16.95 6.95 ... .,. ,.. Inconvenience Hushnoll under, the' ,direction Of
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|>. &Turn Rotors|| ..-.--- I.w-... this error (ones 1o'unt'ralliome, and Mrs, Shirley Gaskins'
Filter Extra == In lieu of flowers his family requests
Includes
One Metallic Pads of Starke, five sisters: Mrs Hta:
Reg. 28.95 Lb. Freon $12.95 Extra / donations to: North Florida Ellis,Mrs Reba Brannerv and Mrs,
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Mr. H.G 'JOyner: of Jacksonville.
j, "Twelve'. grandchildren,' 27' great
Benefit Jackpot,. ,, Of Thanks grandchildren and one great t'grl.'at'
JARVIS"FENCE' grandchild' :
Barrel Show The family of' 'Jessie; Thomas Funeral services.will beheld; Kri
& ALUMINUM for \ would like to express their deep ap- day:August 3 at 2 p m.at the Cluipvl
": 'i'Tabatha'Math preciation for every act of kindness of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
ws (j, 'shown us during. the loss of our' loved Starke,with''Hev, James t'ouart,officiating .
Chain Liifk, Wood &',;Farm:FenceKeystone *',6 yrs.,old ,one.. ,,.with burial in Ml, Xion,
The gifts of food'flowers,
prayers Cemetery in Lake Butlerwith ,Archie -
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Heights ''-100': ,'West diagnosed with cancer, ,and cards will never be forgotten'( Tanner Io'uncralliome I I of Starke
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