Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Outside... Ins de.;. ';; '

Tropical storm Beryl" is no longer a force In Florida weather, Two Sections' ''/',;'', "t, : SINCE 1879
according to the National Weather Service Office, which sees "No: SECTION Ay 12 Pag.. ,,itY ,.
major change in the weather pattern for the next five days." Hard N.w.. . ", :>" -3,"-OA Y'I'V', .
Continuing the pattern of recent days, look for partly cloudy mornings Editorial Pag, . . .'. .',.'."A
with scattered showers and thundershowers in'the afternoons Th. Social Sc.,,.. . ..'. .5-7A. '
through the week-end. Highs will range in the upper 80's Into Public No lc... . . . iA
the 110'.. Lows will be in the 70's. Sport.11A, e
Highest temperataure overNorth Florida on Tuesday was 921 a
degrees. Two years ago, on the same day, the temperataure reach SECTION Bi 12Paa*.'
ed 101 degrees in our area. The temperature reached 108 degrees in SII"II. Found at Sit., . IS
Waco, Texas this week. Now rich, .2.3,0,7,1J
Lightening killed three persons in Florida.last week, one was local Invonlor . ..4Bfo .
fishing, one was loading his boat,and the third was golfing. Take Biut. .58
care. Clasilllod Ad. '-108\ The Sweetest Strawben ,, 'aver109th
New Moon August 12; First Quarter,'August 20. Ar_ Doathi. "1IB Year STARK I- spy
4th loiieThursday, Aiigi i_' ..70(1F

Itfortfi !Ming F -. Not Quitting

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Football Physical.. _

Physical examinations to play
football at BHS are scheduled Bowen Says
beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday
Aug. 13, at the office of Dr. Pete
Gianas. Cost: $5. All boys, grades
9-12, must have a physical ex
amination and have the form signed
by the doctor and parent or', Hits Rumors
guardian before they will be allow ,
ed to practice,says Coach David ,
Hurse. Embattled Starke Chief of F \lice ment of Law' Enforcement: IS, or
Or, players can have physicals Jimmy Bowen says he is not.. .gn- going into possible charges 'of Irr.
performed by their family doctor. in despite rumors. proper use of recovered 'propertyand
Football practice begins Aug., 15. t ''That is just what 'they are, fraud by Chief Bowen. ..
t 'rumorst'\; d Chief Bowen. I have The Florida Department of'taw.
Political Ralllas..., eJ V .I not'resigned nordo, I intend to."' Enforcement (FDLE), admits it has,
Bowen'' came under recent fire an ongoing Investigation in Bradford
Both Democrat and Republican before the Florida Public County but was not at liberty to comment -,
candidates are invited to speak at Employees Relations Commission further. Several local
the two political rallies scheduledthis when two officers filed charges residents have verified! they have
month in Bradford County. against him'with the Alachua County 'been interviewed concerning;'
The first will be held tomorrow' Police Benevolence Association, Bowen's activities.
1(Friday Aug. 12) in the (That ,.chapter's district includes FDLE assisted with the'arrest and
fairgrounds arena: Chicken and Bradford County.} conviction of former police major
rice dinners will be served by the ., ,w. The officers maintained that Chief Scotty Rhoden and attorney Dudley "'-
radford Roping Club from 5-7 Bowen has snubbed them at promotion Hardy as well as 30 others involvedin
p.m., followed by candidates peak time and harassed them drug activity in Bradford County
ing.The because of union activity. Chief Bown has not been tied to any
second political rally is set Bowen said he is entitled to his opinion illegal drug activity.
Saturday, August: in Theressa, about about unions. He said he Additional pressure,upon Bowen,
hosted by the Theressa Volunteer is opposed to unions but his beliefsdo has been offered by the city commis-
Fire Department. Fish suppers will not affect his treatment of officers -<* sioners, who have talked of seeking,'
be served at 6:30: p.m.,' for $3 per 'jr.tsa) who belong to a-union to have the city police forte abolished -
plate for adults, $2 for children '1 One'of the officers. PatrolmanICathy and/or. incorporated with the

underage 12. Candidate, speaking i ,Mercer;, resigned last.week county at the' next change' of police.
follows.' I'r7+ r after an argument with Lt. John ,chiefs. -
1 Hodges while on duty, .Mercer had Bowen is one of onlV a half-dozen
U-CAP Meeting... ., been employed for three<<; years as a municipal police chiefs in the state
patrolman who are elected. The others are In
Come the big Recycling -
Drive to raise funds for United The !second officer involved in the Live Oak; Pahokee, Defuniak SprIngs -
Citizens Against! Pollution suit to union complaint Patrolman K.R. Florida City.and,Marianna.
prevent hazardous waste treatment, -3& Hinds, Jr., is still an, employee. of the Bowen was also seen last .week
plant in Union County'Next department.: : working in. (the garage at Ternwillegar
'meeting'.Monday: Aug 15,7:30: R Another officer Scott Allen, 25;\ of Ford, and rumors have also''
Bradford County courthouse! Middleburg' 'said he- was .fired Circulated that Chief Bowen is work-,
p.m. Pulled Pot Plants...' because of his union activity and not ing fulltime at Terwillegar Ford and
for wrecking his patrol car as Chief intended to resign. as'' pol lice'' chief
Absentee Ballots... During a three-day combined effort by the Domestic No ar t'sts hate been made but the ownership of the Bowen maintained. Allen was a pro- However; Bryan Terwillegar com
'City Clerk Neil Tucker announces !Marijuana Task Force approximately ISO plants were plants remains! under Investigation' according to'' bationary employee at the time of pany president, stated that Bowen is,
that absentee ballots'are availablein pulled in Bradford County. Sheriff Dolph Reddish. his accident not working for his firm,that he was
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement 'A commission decision is expected 'just doing the Ford place a favor.
his office for the Sept. nonpartisan -
Florida Highway: Patrol Game and Fresh Water Fish '
primary in Starke.: Commission and Bradford Sheriff 35 days. Bowen was an employee of fer-'
August 4 on SR-100 a' fly over netted these plants. Of County Department
The ballots must be returned by. assisted in the' operation which netted ,willegar before' being elected chief,
rlur,Jim llubner and Trooper Dale Whiddon assisted plants near FDtE Probe...
.... ,election day; c._'. .In the pulling of the large plants. Breaker,,HampUi\\..Silver Lake and SR- OO. of police, and says he'll probably go
The Telegraph has learned that an back and work ''there. ;when, ,ne',
School Opening., .., ;investigation by the Florida, Departfor -. retires. '

Teachers go back to work Monday -'

:the return following morning to school,Monday Aug.for 15.the, Students Aug.88-89 22 term'The Alderman Gets 3 Years for, 'Misuse of Funds I

first football game is just a month
away, set Sept. 9 at Flagler Palm Former Starke businessman Alderman, 49, pleaded no contest Inc. lor..the 'closing of a land sale. personally using some $135,000 of to make full restitution to the court''
1 Coast. William R. Alderman was sentenced Monday to stealing from client 'The check was deposited in an old escrow funds from the Bradford nI and to the victims. At that time he
Can Fall be far away?, Monday, Aug. 8?to three years in 'escrow accounts in his possession in operating account for Bradford Title I tie and Abstract Co.. a company sold his business, Bradford Title and
state prison for grand theft and the title search and 'abstract and Abstract Co., which Aldermanhad which' he'owned and operated He Abstract Co., to his defense attorney
BMS Orientation..., violation of parole. business he operated. It has never been ordered to close. Alderman 'was also required to pay fines total-' Dudley Hardy Alderman then worked
Alderman Is scheduled 'to turn been determined why Aldermantook was 'arrested April 26 and charged ,Ing $20,000 and court costs of $6,000. in the business for Hardy, which'
Orientation for new BMS students himself in Sept. :5 to the Bradford money a second time from an, with grand theft and later was Alderman stole about $135,000 from gave him access to the old bank account
and parents will be held In the County Sheriff's Office. Circuit escrow, account thus Violating his charged with violation of probation.In two accounts but he had to pay back from which he took the $8,500.
school gym, Thursday, August 18, Judge Stephan Mickle is allowing probation and jeopardizing his his 'first brush with thelaw, i about $177,732 to cover interest attorney "This particular case is an,
at 7 p.m.Lunch. ''Alderman time to renovate a Hampton freedom. 'Alderman pled guilty in June 1987 to and trustee fees encumbered enigma," said Assistant State Attorney .
home that Alderman's wife and' 'This, is a new; recent charge In second degree grand theft and was throughout, the restitution case.' David Giant after the.sentenAlderman.pz, -
I Bunch... daughter can move into while Alder.. ) which Alderman received a:check placed on two years community control ; Alderman stayed out of prison in
The Lunch Bunch; meets at noon, ,man is in prison. for $8,500 made out Title. Services,,; ) followed by five years probation';, ,1987 by.,pleading guilty and offering ':(Sre ,\,>

tomorrow (Friday;Aug. 12) in the

,Street Presbyterian Fellowship in Starke.? Hall Church of the on First'East.' Call :Balance Budget ,Commissioners Tell Clerk Tucker I

Topic: A recent 25-day trip to

Nova Scotia"wlth slides and ''1 do not have any magic answers ting a'pitched gabled roof on the city September 6,'when the'first of' two $265,000; internal service fund, noted, and got no argument from the
photos. for your $194,000 shortage. I really hall. City fathers want to know If the public hearings is required. $227,500; Transportation 'Trust three commissioners.
Come, bring a covered dish, and don't;/* City Clerk Neil Tucker told building would support the weight ofa The $2.3 million General Fund in- (streets), $294,860 and a Self. Exceptions to the five percent
enjoy the fellowship. three Starke_, commissioners in new roof. cludes the sub-budgets of the city Insurance Fund, $47,000.' All these raise rules were made for depart.
Starke's second budget workshop. The commissioners simply talked hall administration, $514,301; Police are cost items, or non-revenue pro-, ment heads considered to be under-
Benefit Dance... Tuesday night Aug. 9. over city' problems> for, about two Department, $466,138-Fire; Depart- ducing. paid. Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee is
Adults'can dance to music from But he got the job of balancing the, hours,'' then left ''the budget In' ment, $204,615;, Recreation Depart slated for' a flat $2,000'increase;
the40's50X 60's,70's, and SO's' $2.3 million general fund anyway. Tucker's hands.' The city must,, 'ment; $125,535, and Sanitation ,A five percent pay increase Is in.i makln his salary about $20,000 and
and help raise funds for two Brad-' .Tucker will have to- trim some ,10 under the Florida truth in millage Department, $277,823. It further in-' ,I eluded in the budget, totaling $80,427
ford County children Friday night 'percent to balance the general fund, laws adopt a; tentative budget by'' eludes a Capital Projects Fund.,' for"the 105 city employees, Tucker' (See City Budget'.p.zAiL. )
\.Aug. 26, 8 p.m. to midnight in the or increase expected income. '
Fellowship Hall of the First United Veteran Commissioner Vernon
Methodist Church of Starke: Silcox, obviously; not too worried r
Proceeds from the dance will be about the problem, 'told Tucker
split between the funds for 6-year- "The only thing to do is cut whatever
old Tabitha Mathews of Starke and you need from each department/? ,. K?
for Infant Britney Curtis of Hamp- The city's proposed budget totals
some $9.4 million. The utility side of ..tf
ton.Sponsored by the FUMC church the budget totals $7.1 million, the
youth the dance is open to all bulk of which, some $5.5 million, is
adults in the community. Tickets: from sales of electricity.
$5 each,' or on sale from the youthor Revenue on the General Fund sideis
at the door. Refreshments will limited, thus the$194,000 shortage. #
be served. There is sufficient revenue on the r.l. tK t y'1
utility side to balance the budget and ttwl
Kirk Visit Set.., to re-roof the city hall; however x
bond limit the amount of
Kirk covenants
,. Former Gov. Claude is set
be transferred..
revenue which can
to bring his Dollars for Decency,
"What need to do is work'on
we really
campaign for the U.S. Senate to
Starke next Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the general government side.'The
side is told the
utility okay, Tucker
10:30: a.m. at the Bradford County
t courthouse.Kirk three commissioners present: Ver'non
Silcox, Mayor Travis Woods,
who served as governor of
and Bobby Biggs. Commissioner
Florida from 1967-71 as a
Republican, is running for the Charles Schaefer was in Kansas Cityon _
senate as a Democrat and is asking an American Legion trip for the I
Special Olympics ,,"" \
each voter for $1 for his Dollars for
The commissioners told Tucker to .. l .
Decency. See B-section for news -
story talk to the city engineers about waysto d
transfer money out of the utility -
Upcoming... system for needed projects, such as It's Your Baby Commissioners Tell Tucker...
the city hall roof. They also told the ;I
,.. --- Public meetings scheduled in the clerk to talk with an architect on the Commissioners (l-r facing cameral Vernon Silcox and BobbyUggs balance the city's General Fund with revenue currently $194,000 short of i,

coming Chamber weeks of are Commerce: Board of engineering firm's staff, about put and Mayor Travis Woods tell City Clerk Neil Tucker back to camera, to .proposed expenditures.-

Governors: noon today (Thursday
>, in Santa Fe Community Convention Has Local Roots .
j", College Conference Room., Speaker at Republican

' I ..;. Political Rally: 5-7 p.m. Friday, -
* : .' Aug. 12, Bradford Fairgrounds. All, ,by Buster'- Kahn ,Hospital, while his father; Keith- 'opponents. He had campaigned on a 't terms' He later won the state chairmanship \ he travels it is 'that ""Collegians"
I f candidates welcome to speak. working In platform of pro-growth to get more position. His present position make a big difference in elections.
F't ,i./ BCT Staff Writer Reeves, w s. overseas,
. ,' Bradford County School Board 'Starke Tunisia. collegians involved in the entitles him to a seat on the He tells young college people "We
t-'Jr". :., meets at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug.15. in, businessman Former longtime Nolan Woodburn is Elected to a two year term as Na-, Republican organization. He said he .Republican National Committee and. want you to vote in the primariesand
,tr> Adm. Building on N. Temple Ave.UCAP about to bust his buttons,and rightly tional Chairman'of the College was "more conservative", his an office: in Washington, D.C. general elections.- Register' to
11'' '" : '. : 7:30: p.m. Monday, Aug. since his grandson, Stockton Republicans In'. .1987. Stockton opponents.In College Republicans is the largest'youth vote, then vote."
so, ,
" 15, Bradford courthouse. Reeves, will address the Republican Reeves is the first person from campaigning for the office, organization in the free world, Reeves comes by his inclination to
Starke City Council: 7:30: p.m.Tuesday National Convention In New Orleans Florida to win a national office in the Reeves raised over $33.000 in con- with over 100,000 members on 1,000 register as a Republican honestly
,Aug. 16, in City Hall. It is 15 for 15-20 97 old organization. His cam tributions, not'unlike running for college campuses nationwide. It is since his grandfather Woodburn is a
Monday August year
office. funded with a $1 million budget by longtime member of the party.
the regular third Tuesday meeting. minutes. paign to win the national office! car- public political
the Republican National Committee, Woodburn said he is member no. 13
Bradford County Commission; Even Governor Bob Martinez isn'talloted ried him into 33 states,"like running
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Aug. 17, on that much time. for president of the United States, Reeves was active in Republican for use in promoting programs to get In Bradford County.
zoning and other business in courthouse Stockton Reeves, 22, 'whose Reeves said.Reeves affairs while a student at the Univer college-age people out and voting. Sarah Woodburn Reeves and Is. a
./ mother is Sarah Woodburn Reeves, took 76 percent of the vote sity of Florida, holding the chairman If there. is" one message that graduate of BHS, was
was born in Bradford County, in Philadelphia. winning over two position in the UF club for two Stockton Reeves Always carries a* homecoming queen in 1961,

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TELEGRAPH Augustltlss8

I ,$19.4 ,Million School Budget Gets Tentative OK ,From ,Board,, I ,

No member of the general public Final ..approval of the 1988-89 ing plant) is coming along fine. )Food Supplies.: cafeterias under federal guidelines, proved the agreement Tuesday
appeared for a public hearing on a school budget is expected to come Foundation work Is beginning on Mrs. Morgan. night Aug. 2, and it will be sent toBradiord
,', $19.4 million school budget Monday Sept. 15 when the school board will the new press box at the football, .. Bids for about $50,000 for food and says for approval here.
night, Aug. 1. hold a second and final public hear- stadium The old press box was condemned food service supplies were acceptedby There will be no change in the way
The school board's millage rate la the then is the school board with Flav-o- '
ing on budget, expected to Clay Agreement..., Bradford students attending
Rich getting the bid on milk
1.28 mills lower than last :year the bill.
approve new spending and Keystone
Delores Morgan, the Food Service Supt. Jim Duncan and Clay Supt. Keystone
because the board is not levying 1.5 The million school
proposed : Brad-
There is still a need for two Anne High are treated. Currently.
por- told the board that'milk Wiggins have worked out an
taxes ft is manager
mills discretionary budget is comprised of a $16,017,106ceneral miles of
tables at the Bradford High, Supt. how ford students
agreement on to treat students
out lower
school prices are starting slightly ,
allowed to levy. However, fund' ,' $1,724,768! in special Duncan said, answering a question than the final part of last The from each county. either school last year, by Clay
aren't down mills because year
taxes l.S
revenue $894,567 in debt service, could attend Clay
Board Member measurement
by James (Cobby) bid Only change In the
milk contains escalation proposed
the state required local effort for the and in trust and an
$155,254 agency Families moving into the,
Wainwright. Supt Duncan also agreement Is that Bradford will schools.
school clause but the price is determined by : sup
Bradford. : district has increased. funds. summary of the proposed pointed out that BHS enrollment Is' the Federal Government Mrs. ply the bus, driver, and fuel to KH area within the two mile limit
budget was printed in the July 28 edi- currently on the rise,, and is ex- said transport 43 Clay students from since last year must send their
For example, a family with a tion of,the Tki TI"M, pected to peak in two years then' Morgan! around Kingsley Lake to Bradford' children to Bradford schools.
home valued at $50,000 on the tax decline slightly and the two portables As school: opens a V4-pint of milk schools.Until this year Clay has Clay authorities said the limit Is in
roll, and which qualifies for home Building Projects... i may only be needed at the 3.25of. butterfat will ,cost the the bus and driver and Brad supplied place because KH Elementary' is
'exemption paid approximately $190 Supt, Jim Duncan told the school high school for a few years school system 14.43 cents, or 13.65 ford the fuel. However Bradford has overcrowded. Bradford Supt. Jim
In school taxes in 87-88 and.will pay board Monday night the capital A portable may be needed at cents for one of butterfat. A tt-pint been receiving the transportation Duncan would prefer an open policy
$158 in 88-89, down $32. outlay (building) projects have not Southside Elementary, which has of milk is being sold for 25 cents. dollars from the state. Mrs. Wiggins such as Bradford uses, but the Clay
Proposed 88-89 school: millage is been decided yet because a state begun to show some growth from Lunch prices remain at 80 cents first requested that Clay receive the board won't agree.
6.323 mills, made up of 5.604 mills of Department of Education survey new residents moving in to its attendance for grades K-5, 90 cents for grades transportation dollars, but Supt. Current Clay' school board policyIs
State required local effort plus .719 team is due here August IS. area. Sampson City la''one !6-8, and $1.00 for grades 912. Adult, Duncaq offered to have Bradford that a family must live I In Clay
mills of discretionary millage. The Supt. Duncan said the renovationof growth area mentioned by ,Supt. meals cost $1.85. Senior citizens are supply the bus. Mrs. Wiggins County and pay taxes there for a stu-
87-88 tax levy is 7.603 mills. the"ROTC building,((the old cann Duncan. also welcome to eat lunch in school agreed., the Clay school board ap dent to attend Clay schools

I ': City; Budget. I

no- page A. year, some $151,000. It was agreedthe and bunker gear for the Fire Depart: extend the water system to the southof kept under bond covenants. Jerk register and check writer, $3,0w;{
making: Chief Hardee the highest city fathers do not wish to adver- ment. town new development, and to Increase Tucker suggests using that $300,000to small truck for Meter Department,
paid person In the Fire Department. tise a tax increase at this time.Theycan Funds are also in the budget for the capacity of the sewer : repair diesel tanks. $8,000; $7,000; Water Department truck..
1 Director' of Purchasing Jerry legally increase the millage only ''the street paving work under way plant.The money was borrowed this repair the retaining i area at the $10,000, and car for Merrill Dees,',
,Wadsworth slated for a $2,000 plus 15 percent in any one)year they said. and providing sewer service to the past year and the city has ,three power plant, $10,000; two buildings $7,500, plus repair of sewer system,
five percent increase which will bring There are no startling increases in Industrial Park. The city is 85 per years to complete work. a gas building and a line shack power plant engine repairs' meter
his salary to around $20,000.In the proposed budget, or spending, cent complete on providing sewer'' The street paving project la not, $23,000; transformer for the Electric repairs, wire and power poles,
their first consensus the three bill. service for the first two buildings in 'under the bond issue, but la comingout Department, $30,000; note 82500. ,'
Commissioners; agreed to accept the Clerk Tucker said' he included the Industrial park, says'' Public of the city coffers. payments, $96,000; replacement of Mayor Woods pointed out that the
millage rollback figure of 2.390 mills' departmental requests' for such Works Director Merrill I;>eea. The city is allowed to transfer out aerators, $12,000; new terminals for, fence around the old school bus
of property tax, the millage that will things as a new police car, new Work is also proceeding on a $2.8 half of the suplus in the renewal and computer, $4,000; software for cash' barn which the city now. owns,
bring in the same tax dollars as last dumpsters, two, new trash trucks, million bond issue to improve and replacement budget, required to be receipt ,system $5,000; new cash needs replacing -

I Alderman..:. I

Fran page !A about why he'did what he did," said 'man stood quietly;next to attorney '''not'to mention the prominent standing work to do to'fix'up the home his (Alderman is the son of T.J. Alder-'
Alderman's attorney. Assistant Leukel. He listened as attorneys ex- he had in Bradford,County. family will move Into while he's man and the grandson of J,W. Alder-
:"ting. ''To my dying day I'll never Public Defender Jeffrey Leukel. pressed their bafflement about the These are all gone now." gone. They will live on his Navy pen- man who served as county clerk for I
\, understand him or his crime, Alderman has since repaid the case to Judge Mickle. Glant, saidAlderman's Alderman spoke briefly after his sion. "They've stood by me,"he said ,some 20 years.
"We cannot find any reason for $8,500 to attorney Hardy,the current first arrest sent "shock sentencing! saying he had a lot of of his family. '_
hime to have needed. that money" owner 'of Bradford Title and waves" through the community.
Giant said Abstract Co. Leukel told the court Aldermanhas Winning Tennis InstructionS
"He's ,really',been: close-mouthed ,At the sentencing Monday, Alder- lost his job, a 300-acre farm,
10 per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each. Call Mark at \

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w-T- Current students include KHHS team ,members:

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Below communication, I received from the Florida

Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) In regard to our 1. Married to Janice Johnson

assistance, In Operation "Clean-Up", :which is ,self-explanatory 2. Three children: Laterra, Ledezman andl Lamiriam

FDLE 3. Life long resident of Bradford County *''

4. ,Son of Cephus & Minnie Johnson of Lawtey

Florida DfipRrlrtmnl of Dlnlslon' Criminal 71'-8' liberty Skenl '6. Graduate of the Bradford County, School, System (formerly
law Enloicernenl Investigations i ,' : J.cl i' .
Noilhsail' RegionOperation I'
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Robert D Dmnpiey Buieau ', ,':,'" ', l'' : 'i' 6. Graduate of RETS Electronics School
O"'I'IIISslo"f"1:c:\ ','" '" ', ,
; IS\ 7. Attended Santa Fe Community College
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',larch, ,,24. I9B7 ',, 'I''i'"_ ",'''i"!,',\ '",;<,'jr'f/:/ll'V',-'r'i'\"\ i,;V ,', 8. 'Employed by IBM "Corporation as, a Customer Service

.Sheriff Dolph 'Reddish ,', ,",'',. ".""///I"" ;. ::. ''' ,'1 V' Representative
''Bradford CountySheriffs'Offics'Starke ; : -' ;; 9. Member of the Sales Team"of Terwillegar Ford in Starke
PO.; Box. 400 '. ':; ,10. Baptist Faith

DearSheriff. ,Florida' Reddish 32091. 11. Knows that being" a Commissioner has a big" responsibility;

Please'" find attached State< of Florida warrant In the'amountiof. "$I ,SOO.JO( ,acting as the legislative and governing' body of our county.

which'is'reimbursement' to'your' agency for 'investigative'expenses, ',incurred" 12. Serves on the Board of Directors of the Suwannee River.
''in the Investigation of L;, J'' Norman. -, l1 Economic Council, Inc.

You will recall: that'' 'during, theerimiual': investigation which' w s.conducteJJointlyby ,. 13.' Serves on the Policy Advisory Committee LaWtey
the Br dford. oullt)' Sheriff's Office and FDLE.x an, agreement was School
reached wherein that if any investigative costs were recovered by the Elementary
Department'that these proceeds' would be split; ,squally between' the. two

agencies ' Knows that our County is growing and as a Commissioner, I,

,received' the ,attached 'warrant on March :23, 198, and are' forwarding' same must be open minded to meet the challenge while still being
An e'lualaDount 'in the' sumof', $1,500.00 was retained by FULEas!:,
to'you. 'responsive to the needs of the
partial reimbursement of ,iuvestigativecosts, forour'portlou'of'expen..s.' people, We must,work togetherto

Attached ,'al.o 'are several document relating' to''this agreewent and to the continue the betterment, for our ,citizens.
tronsfor'of fund,,.' J', ,
our'' .ppreciatton.isexreuded to you for, the' cooperation andeffortwhichw il am free to represent all the people of the district and county.

.. extended by the Bradford CountySheriff', Office and' we look other forwardto ,My hands are not tied to any special interest group.
continuing this same relationship in the future conc.rnlns ,
criminal amtttra.
Investigative '
Again,. thank, you: for your cooperation and' ...latanca, in investigation.' ., 'I say we live in America', with a Democratic process, why not let
Should the need arise for 'siahtanca from rULE 1.11 the future,' pie.. re.t ,Democracy,work allowing all the people District One to haVea
assured that we' standready" to tender whatever assistance w. ay' provide hand in sayngwho the next Commission for District.will be. I
to yOU.Should ,
further information be needed in reference to the attached please
This Is your County the Commissioner is Representative
contact: sis at, 904/359-6480, ;' :; ,, your ,
look forward to continuing' our 'agencies' relationship, in matters
Again, we
of mutual concern; ,' ,' "'". ',' ", :, :, ," ', : Let me be your Representative and.voice, together we. '.can,
"d ," ., ,: '. '\', ," make a difference. '
I. ,,,, ', 'd, ',, r',, .
Sincerely '", ,' : .:, '\>, <.1 ) ."
"(, ', ,: ," ':" ,' ?' ";' '", \..','..' ;. \, ,,\
Robert R. Deraps.y :, ',. ,:: ,: '\,:.,:
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BRADFORD COUNTY September 6, 1988


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I, Tough- Budget- 'Cutting.. ..; Decisions Elude County Commissioners I

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by Buster Rahn cuts are inevitable. Mosley'voiced a serious concern in EMT Request... commissioners that,,both amounts paid from solid waste funds. O'Neal
BCT: Staff Writer In the July 27 budget workshop saying, "Commissioners control only -,, Cliff Chapman the director represented matching funds, which said the solid waste budget can absorb -
,Bradford County Commissioners commissioners set the ,tentative a limited amount of the budget," of, emergency medal and, 'cuts,the costs of equipment by 50 the cost, approximately 117,000
worried with the proposed 1968-89 millaje rate at 7.783,the rolledbackrate Mosley is correct the majority of rescue services, presented his percent Mosley said it is great to per annum, without an increase,
budget for more than two hours which will produce the same the county budget is mandated by budget request, and while the coma receive matching funds, but since he can delete a computer ter-
Wednesday night August 3, before ,amount of revenue as the prior year the state legislature, or put beyond missioners questioned a couple of sometimes "you can t affbrd it.1 minal if he has access to an
giving up and adjourning. rate of,7.903 mills Commissioners its reach by allowing several cour- items, the request was left intact at employee in the courthouse. Clerk
Although projected expenditures have authority to raise the millage thouse officers the prerogative of appeal least for now.Chapman Other Matters... Gib Brown said he will make space
exceed anticipated revenues by $1.3 rate to 10 mills, but raising the rate to the state, which ususally told the commissioners Solid Waste Director Darrell available if the commission decides,
million the commissioners were to the maximum will not erase the unholds the officeholder. that emergency runs have Increased O'Neal the Department of En- to add the position.No .
unable to cut anything from the re budget request deficit. Chairman Mosley says the $25,000 ,percent,in the past year, and that vironmental says Regulation ,(DER), action was taken on the recom
Each mill brings In a little more homestead is the
quests.County exemption "killing collections amount to approximately wants a cluster of 3 wells to replacethe mendation.
Clerk Gib Brown, who is than S200 000, thus raising taxes anadditional small counties." The exemption, ex- 40 percent, which follows the state one abandoned well, and a full Clerk Brown reviewed the clerk's
not seeking re-election told the com 2.217 mills to the 10 mill tended to all homeowners reduces average for collections sample, the analysis of which will budget request,and reported he can
missioners he can :'balance the cap will bring in about $500,000,less taxes about $400 on each home thatIs The 1988-89 budget request includes cost $6,000. reduce the amount by$ 7,000 about
budget" if they want him to, but than half the anticipated shortage. assessed above $25,000 (county, $23,000 for communications: Commissioner Joe Riddick made the same amount as the employee'sS
some county departments won't be Commissioners did not consider school and city taxes). While the ex- equipment and $25,000 for a, new a pitch to hire a full time clerk for percent raise will cost the county
too happy. Brown told commissioners raising tax rates, during the emption does reduce revenues,commissioners emergency vehicle 'Chapman "M the board of commissioners to he for his office.
at an earlier meeting that workshop reclaimed some of the I
there will be some carry-over funds loss through the $75 solid waste
available to soften the hard decisionof Lack of Control.., assessement last year from which
cutting back but,budget,request Commission Chairman Lawrence. there IS no exemption. M.be 12 f

I 'Former Fla. Gov. Claude Kirk To VisitFormer i:' 1It'

Gov. Claude Kirk will bring "fat cat special interests that are attempting years but now we face the prospectof ,-
his Dollars for Decency cam- to control the U.S. Senate losing control of that seat to big
paign for the U.S. Senate to Starkeon seat being vacated by Sen. Lawton money interests who have beenn '
Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 10:30: a.m. Chiles." lurking in the wings ready to pounce", Time ForBRYAN
at the Bradford County Courthouse. Chiles, Kirk said, has done a good on the prize at the first opportunity. ,
job protecting the Senate seat from' Chiles held the office for the people,,
Kirk, Republican, governor of those whose interests run ccontrary but there are signs indicating that j H. :
Florida from 1966-71, is campaigning to the public good. "Chiles has refus- the days of public ownership of the !
against what /he describes as the ed the bin! bucks of the fat rats for IS office are numbered.*'

I Good' Sam Club Members Plan ,Long Trip (Up Northby Capable! Honest!

its membership is drawn Union and year.
Buster Rahn
Bradford Counties New Next month's will be held 4 is to
BCT Staff Writer with River campout The next years likely produce the,
dividing the two counties. ,September 9-11, at Jennings, Fla.,
'The New River Ramblers Chapterof
the Good Sam Club will leavetomorrow The chapter will hold a earn pout near the Florida-Georgia border. greatest growth Bradford County has ever seen!
Jhe second eek-end of each monthL ,
(Friday, Aug. 12) for a
weekend campout near Ocala. within a 123 mile radius of home. When the two remaining member- ELECT 'a man with the knowledge and experienceto
The newly formed chapter has 33 Chapter campouts do not preclude ships have been filled, a waiting list,
members only two members below members from taking longer jaunts, will be established. best, ':meet this challenge to"'your; countygovernment .
the self imposed cap of 35 memr-ers. either singly or, in groups but
Its name was chosen to representthe bylaws do require members to make There are approximately 100 active !
geographic! location from which a minimum of 3 cnmTw.ts each Good Sam chapters the,state.

I Starke's New Political Sign Law Goes Into Effect -Here-

An ordinance on the books of the or by any other method on the didates would follow the Intent of the I ELECT RALPH: BRYAN
City of Starke makes it unlawful to streets or public places of the city law. For instance, they say signs ;
first obtained nailed to light leave nails In the
place signs, posters or adver unless a permit is poles
tisements on city property; without a from the city council." poles making it dangerous climb un Commissioner District 3 pd, T>o1 artv,
permit from the city commission. Commissioners wish that can- the poles --
Mayor Travis Woods brought the
ordinance to light Tuesday night,
,Aug. 9, at a city budget workshop.
Section 16.3 of the city charter is
entitled "Advertisements.-'Unlawfulto NO MONEY DOWNSALEBRATION
Post in Public Places:
The ordinance states; "It shall be .
unlawful for any person firm or cor- '
opration to place any posters or
advertisements of any kind or
nature on any of the strets or public
places of the city or to display any
advertising or posters on buildings IE FORD 1

"Lust Temptation" 1988.r ..

NotjShowlng. II re: ? '

Thai Fierijajfhtfatre will not show'a' J : i' ,, *-
yetrunrelisd movie called The */ f.aIige'rs
Last Temptation of Christ, said the I y
theatre's owner Vicki Sparks this "

'week. F719BAfter
The Universal Studios release by "
Nikos Kazantzakls has been criticized m j7J't/ ",
by the American Family Association .
(AMA, a national group) of "
Tupelo Miss. as presenting Jesus as Rebate 1iA"
a weak and unstable man. ._
AFA also charges that at certain \
No Money
points in the movie, Jesus is portrayed ,
as a sinner, as intolerant of Down '- ,
the sick, and as marrying and ra
engaging in sex with Mary
Magdalene while his guardian angel
,watches. J\1
Petitions have been circulated to -'w .

local church groups by the AMA as _
well as to church groups in. other
'areas of the country., 1988


'Worth.'Voting! 1 DOWN Bronco n '4x25speed. \' /::::a4r'

Duck Rac... '
: Air.. AM/FM Stereo
The American Cancer Society is w/Cassctte.V-6 Engine Luggage,
promoting a duck race on Silver .. Rack. Deluxe Wheel Trim. '
River at Silver Springs Florida,
Saturday,September 10. The gate Premium Sound System Cloth
for the will at 5:30 &Vinyl Seat Trim KWL Tires.
race open p.m., d 5 5
,u 1bs 9
with the race beginning at 6 p.m. a -= Deluxe Tutone Paint,
Bradford County residents are a4 D'a Sale Priced at Only
encouraged to sponsor a duck or
ducks for $S each,in this fun-
draiser to fight cancer. Each duck
will be numbered in order to identify -'
the sponsor with winners '1988 FORD 1988 Aerostar Wagon
receiving prizes from a trip to
Hawaii for two to a 35 mm Cloth Captains Chairs. Air Cond.,
camera. TEMPO GL Glass Rear Window Washer.
Register for your duck at one of Privacy
Starke RW Defrost. Autol'Trans. Speed
the following business Wiper. .
firmaCommunity:' Air Cond., ,Speed Control, Control.Tilt Wheel XL Trim
State Bank (Both -
locations) Tilt Wheel, AM/FM ,
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio'

Stump's Department Store $13,6O4NO
Western Steer Family Steak
House $359280
Sponsors will be competing with' '
:some 60,000 entrants, statewide.


Myrna Lou Hurse director of
After Rebate
Federal" Compensatory Pro- Festiva L'Plus'
grams, announces the State Compensatory -
Education Program will
provide funds for an After School SUPERSAVINGS 2 Door.: Cloth Bucket Seats..
,Tutorial Program at Bradford High x w. Conditioned
School during the 1988-89 school -Speed, !

,term. I
Any student interested in attending $ After
a Tutorial Class (Math or I-- 6,432
: ,Rebate
Communications) should contact a
Mrs. Hurse at the Bradford High SALE
School Board Office (Ph. 9646800)on
or before August 19. '


BHS class of 1933 will hold its 35th
class reunion September 3 in the '
Officers Club, Camp Blandlng. I I 473-FORD
Friends,relatives and guests are 964-7200 "371-1096 388-FORD '
invited. Keystone Hgts
For further Information, Call: .,. Starke Gainesville Jacksonville
Phoebe Green Bakken 964-7397; State Road21.
Velmarie D.Edwards 473-4519.or 209
F.D. Thomas. 5332210.
Please call after 8 p.m.,


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+ R Yellow Fever Caused More Concern, ,

r 100 'Years Ago ",Than; AIDS Does Now '

I Yellow Fever was the"AIDS"of the 19th at 8:30: p m ",ml leaves on the 3:30: train in Yellow'Fever Briefs
Century,, and this week is the 100th anniversary the morning. All mails leaving the state ,
,j of the great scourge of 1888. are now fumigated, and the entire state of From the September Issue of The
which had Floridians in a state of panic,, Georgia is quarantined against Florida!' Telegraph:
far more emotional and widespread than Mr. J.L. Wynn offers his services free of
the current reaction to the more serious Gainesville DesertedBy charge as one of the ten to guard the town's
and devastating disease known 'as Acquired limits and allow no one to pass,either way
: September 21 no cases of yellow fever
Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
unless they can show a certificate,
had been reported In Bradford County but
In May of 1888 the U,S. Government was Macclenny had 347 cases by October and Mr.L. Witkovski placed 26 guards on the
offering a $100,000 reward for anyone who Jacksonville had reported 3,627 cases with ,Alachua County lute this week. There
could ,come up with a cure for' "Yellow '318 deaths, Gainesville reported that out ofa ,should be a strong guard established
Jack", as it was commonly called. population of 5,000 people' there were on- around the town at,the town's expense.

By July 8, 1888'there were unconfirmedrumors ly 173: white citizens left in the city -all .The southbound mail that goes into
that the disease had broken out in ,others had fled. Starke in the evening ought; not to stop any
Plant City, but the report was doubted Bradford County's clean bill of healthwas longer than to change tOe mall. It is impossible -
because"there Is scarcely a dozen persons attributed to a strict quarantine guard to keep people away from this
there who have not already had the fever".in armed with shotguns placed at all roads train, and if there eVe is any disease car
a previous outbreak 1886. coming from every direction into the county tied here, it is. sure to come from this

By- August 3,. 1888 newspaper reports : source.
said:::: "While the people of Florida do not Dr. A L. Scott,one of the best physicians
'attempt to deny the existence of yellow ., f in the state has been through a yellow
'fever In Plant City and Manatee, and one -' 1 f/ fever epidemic and had charge of one of
,case in Tampa there is no possible chance -', ,the hospitals at Memphis. He'' had the
for the disease to spread as there,is a disease himself and knows how to treat it

J'' OLD NEWSPAPER- DRAWING RECALLS MONTHS OF1MS. WHEN YELLOW FEVER SWEPT FLORIDA strict mentioned quarantine places."kept up at the above- Newspapers Hard lilt

'However, by August 10 it was reported In'' its Oct. .$ issue The'Telegraph commented
'that "Yellow Fever declared epidemic:: '

in Tampa and Jacksonville, and every The 'little ,"Evening Metropolis'*' in
etriTORiALs ,precaution is taken to prevent the spread Jacksonville does not propose to be out,
) of the disease" done by Yellow Jack and has resumed

_In its, August. 10, 1888 issue The publication. "The Times-Union", met on
Telegraph reported: "There is no fear of every hand with sickness and death still
'' yellow fever in Starke. The city is now in a (Si comes out every morning,encouraging the
: ::,;" Union Suit ii'' good sanitary condition and the disease, disheartened, and always looking for a 4,
County's, Salary cannot spread here. At the time of Fernan- brighter, time ahead.
': ;.;, dma's epidemic in 1876 a number of cases Temple's Mill QuarantinedMr.
were brought to Starke and everyone
? Will Be Carefully Watched "recovered,and not a single case originated Simon J, Temple of Temple's MiLls
here" said 'to have yellow fever. Dr. Scott is attending
him and reports Mr Temple out of
AU/ eyes will be on Union/ County ment of Revenue to have the'withheldfunds Starke Cleaned Up .' 'danger.' This case did not develop until 11

Thursday, August 25', when a landmark reinstated hence the "without ''It Is surprising what a vast amount of ,0/t, 'not days after Mr.'Temple had been home,
case ''that Could affect other Florida ,jury" hearing scheduled for August 25. filth has been discovered here. Not two from where, no one can tell. But by takingso
long to develop, it the wonderful
weeks town would ha 'e' proves
ago,every man in
counties will be heard in the 8th Judicial In responSe to the appeal, the Commission's taken an oath that Starke was perfectlyclean The Bradford County Board of Health, healthfulness of our county.
Circuit Court. attorney said that the con and that the sanitary condition could with Louis Witkovski, a Starke merchant Temple's Mill (large logging and'lumber

Union County 'says it's broke or, stitutional officers, are not ranked in importance not be Improved. But now a large force of mayor chairman and stated County on November Commissioner'30 that as operation) is located two miles north of

.verse- it is deeply in debt and has ex* nor is there provision for any; days men,and and teams have not have gone found half work over for the seven town' "There is not now, nor had,there been a Starke and is guarded by armed men who
allow no one to enter or leave the Temple
hausted its options to borrow money tobalance office to receive superior considerationfor yet" The work is well done and the town is, case of yellow, fever in Starke,' and the premises

,i its ',budget for ,fiscal year funding., To do so would place the worth several thousand dollars more by it. general health of the people of the county During the epidemic in,
is as good now or better than it has been
1988-89. board in the position of favoring two of ,"There are no refugees from Jackson- for years Jacksonville and owning more particulars!
';:The State'of Florida is seeking to its 'constitutional officers over' the ville in Starke, but several are scattered ,ly to business prostration, Mr.B Genover
others, which the board believes wouldbe through the country. Most of them have a large owner in St. Augustine, has reduced
other could not'make this
it in an untenable position., On one Many '
been from Jacksonville the his rents one half
,unconstitutional the away requiredten ,
hand near'
the State demands a balanced ,, claim The little town of Callahan
from them
days and no danger is ex: '
county budget, and on the other hand it ,argued., pected., Macclenny was reported" to be'"deserted, Guns Prevalent. ,
with all residents fled
authorizes, ,county' officers' to receive The,Aboard 1s i prohibited by ,Florida :"The Jacksonville people' have large' At one time, Ionia'was a settlement and

,salary'' increases that have soared 'as law from expending, in each fiscal year, forces at work cleaning up the town and R,T: (Rob), Richard'the railroad agent a post office on the west side of Kingsley:
much as 36,37 or even,44,% from 1984 to, more money than the amount budgetedin spreading lime and carbolic acid over the at Callahan and son of Capt. J C. Richardof Lake. Under the heading of"Ionia Scraps' ,
1988, any fund, and the Clerk of the Court isprohibited walks and other places, Several buildings Starke was caught In' the Callahan The Telegraph commented in its'Aug. 24, s4"
have been burned and all the bedding and 1888 issue:'
from signing warrants in excess quarantine and not allowed to come home.
Union County''is having,its financial. of the amount. clothing destroyed."The The story was told that rough-and-ready ','Shotguns 'are getting flush now since
troubles. When the 1987-88 budget was budgeted railroad officials have moved their, Capt. Richard who organized a Con- the yellow fever scare. Mr. AM. Blan-'
originally approved and certified by the 'the, Commission has been advisedthat headquarters to Baldwin and no trains are ,federate militia to fight in the Civil War, chard and wife and daughter arrived here'
County\, Commission it anticipated anticipated{ revenue shortage, for run out of Jacksonville on any road. The calmly took his rifle out of the gun rack, Wednesday from St." Augustine and have
been quarantined for 15 days. They had to
northbound mail and the southbound night hitched up his horse and buggy; ran the
million loan from the'' the county in fiscal 1987-88 will be more'
receiving'.a $1 express !have been taken off this line until 'county line blockade and brought his son come through Gainesville and other placesto
Florida Local Government Finance than $100,000, even after budget cuts, further notice+,Our mail going north closes home. Starke to get back home. '
,Authority-: needed for the loan repayment are ft'

:made..,The County's attorney has said.
this the Commission ; ; J '
"I (I :' !''''' ; : !>!1'I"Jt I
"I feel the cuts are valid.The County wb: (
would Letters \ ; : '
.have to reduce its overall budgetby i
Forestry i ln 'Bradfordl.Cdunt Jj.h'
cannot deficit is violation of t'I
spend- a
the, 'same amount, and the board :\ ; : I

choseto, do this with a uniforms across-, ,the law Reader, Thinks SheriffIs
the-board cut in increases in the Any way you look at it, it is'a difficult Entitled to By County David Forester W.Norton

budgets of;' its, constitutional officers test case and the court's ruling will set a Another Deputy

compared to the' previous year's precedent, that will be watched closely Editor, Telegraph Planting the Right Tree recommended that a mlnumum of'six feet
amounts,. but the Tax Collector'and the by'' other Florida counties that are in I wrote a letter to your newspaper' In The Right Place from ,curb to sidewalk be available ,for
Property Appraiser'' protested the, cuts financial binds similar to those now several weeks ago 'concernirg appointment Our beautiful small trees.
trees of Florida improve
as being illegal since, their budgets had plaguing Union County., to the Zoning Board, ana the County' the beauty and value of a home can a- limbsthat, STORM DAMAGE: Large trees with
been, approved and certified by the ,Commissioners. street,and even make an entire area a bet, overhang the power lines often
Department of Revenue in Tallahassee.. Look for a 'crowded courtroom in I suggested in that letter that perhaps it ter place to live and work. limbs cause are a dangerous broken by storms.situation This when these

They \entered ,appeals to the Depart Lake Butler two weeks,from today.; was time for a change,"''and shortly the No state in the nation is blessed with a primary lines can cause a service problemon inter-
voters will'have that opportunity.I 'greater variety of tree species. However,
ruption over a wide area. Fallen wires
wasn't disappointed in my observa- trees planted in the wrong place can cause cann be very dangerous and should never
tions concerning the Commissioners, property damage and become a detriment be touched. Call the local electric
. Criminal Prosecution, of ;PollutersThere especially when they turned down the rather A few than an asset to these same areas. immediately if this situation occurs company'
Sheriff's request for,an additional deputy. minutes spent planning the place; DANGEROUS SCREENING: When tree
ment and
species of a tree before it Is''
Commissioners- about getting off limbs obscure traffic lights and street)
seems to be a sudden surge of ;At ':the, present time, many ''pro-' the pot? It's very obvious we need more'' panted or will nuisance.help it to grow without, being -signs a dangerous intersection is born.'

''environmental consciousness on'the ,secutors 'are unfamiliar with em, law enforcement in Bradford County. 1 Several things ,should be considered Screening your own driveway in such a
'part of the general public and elected. officials vironmental believe every Commissioner who voted before selecting a tree:'" manner that you cannot see approaching,
crimes and don't
traffic is
: hazardous
a situation.
against ,the of additional
large tree
how to .handle them. The often' : The Division of Forestry is
public deputy (which included car, uniforms, planted too close to house will often introducing
'It':$ about, time.! \ what, with, news ''seems ''indifferent to such'' crimes salary personal equipment, etc.) at a cost ,damage the siding, clog your or break rain gut our fall-line of seedlings for planting this

stories and ',TV coverage of polluted because pollution of ground water or a of $37,152, should explain why to all of us ,ters, and loosen roofing. This same tree if flowering winter. Besides dogwood pine, live seedlings oak 'Laurel we have oak'
beaches, reeking with garbage' and lake or stream may take years,to show, voters.'just The excuse isn't good that enough"the money when Isn'tthere" shallow-rooted and weak, may fall onto the ,and southern red cedar for sale. All pine

,medical,wastes, and fresh water,lakes :up enough to be,recognized* consider the drug problems in the county you :house BROKEN during SIDEWALKS tornadoes or hurricanes.AND LIFTED seedlings are $22 per thousand and all
,t becoming threatened plus other crimes and the others sell for$75 per thousand. Except for
; more 'every, 'day' Filing' felony charges against fact that the FOUNDATIONS: A tree planted too close the
with high bacterial counts:, polluters ''was almost unheard Sheriff's department doesn't have enough to a sidewalk or house foundation can lift, pine seedlings other seedlings are in
of until short supply, so order soon.Counfy'Agenf's .
deputies to the that
provide protection
we, and
: break a tare amount of ,
conrrptft It Is
.In a' recent public statement. .U.S., January 1987. 'At that time the Florida as citizens of Bradford County, have the .
Senator Bill Bradley berated EPA the, ,Department of Environmental Regula- right to expect.

:often ineffective Environmental Protec: tion had been' denied access to a company It 'was also very' gratifying' to read in

tion Agency, for'' not setting' up a charged with creating an illegal your newspaper that at least one person, Notebookby
medical" tracking ,system ,requiring dump' site and polluting the environ- seeking the office of County i Commissioner '

hospitals keep ,a record of waste in ment. The State Attorney's ,Office got the' others, spoke just of spoke the drug of their problem past ,leader while,

order to ensure that it is taken to a proper 'into the act and with the aid of a search ship. Mr;Holtzendorf, I commend you for Bobby Taylor'Bradford
disposal facility warrant,, was able ,to gain immediate ,taking ,a stand. Rest assured, you will County Agent ,,<,

Bradley has introduced fsiation' access to the property,' finding almost a receive my vote..: "' The U S. Department of Agriculture has In'' commerce'', and who' are subject to'-
I ousand' barrels of hazardous waste Voters,once again I urge to vote for
one you
Congress ; issued a final rule governing proceduresfor assessment during the representative time
) setup a tracking system "
'that shout prevent a recurrence of .I premises., the and candidate with OUR interests' at heart, conducting the Pork Referendum as period of Nov..1, 1986 through Sept. 6, 1988
not their authorized by the Pork Reach are eligible to vote. Importers who lm-
In June Austin's office criminal. own.Richard Promotion
what is filed
happening this summer when L.: Downs,Starke ,and Consumer Information Act of 1985. ported porcine animals, pork or pork products -*'
medical waste, including vials, of contaminated 'charges involving air pollution viola- Referendum voting will be conducted in, during the representative time. ,
blood and used bandages are tions 'against ,four Jacksonville in-:) the Bradford County'' Extension Office period are also eligible to vote.,
washing up on beaches in New York and ,dustries. "The office is also pursuing mroke'Down'Driver' 2266 North Temple Avenue in Starke durIng
New'' : criminal charges against another .Expresses GratitudeTo normal business hours, 8-12 noon and Also eligible are 4-H, FFA, and other
Jersey com (
', Sheriff's Office ,1-5 p,m..Voting will be conducted on two youth who owned porcine animals and are
In pollution-curbing? ",efforts nearer' pany accused of burying ,highly:toxic days, Sept.7-8, in the County Extension of- subject to assessment during'the represen-
PCBs. tative,time
home, two wellknown ,prosecutors, Editor, Telegraph( fice. period.

State'' Attorney Ed Austin 'of Jacksonville In contacts with state attorneys in all On Sunday July 31, my wife and I were 'Producers and importers unable to vote The Agricultural Stabilization ana con-
and Stephen Boyles of Daytona parts of the state the new approach has driving from Jacksonville to Gainesville. I In person may request an absentee ballot servationn Service will count ballots
Beach are organizing a ,campaign, gained the support of 18 of the 20 state Around 12:30: we broke down outside ,by writing or visiting Dr. Randy Walker,' determine the 'eligibility of challenged'voters '
known as the Statewide Environmental attorneys contacted.' Boyles and Austin Starke due to the engine overheating and Pork Referendum State Extension Coor and report Referendum results.
the car losing water.We were given a ride. dinator at 231-C Animal Science, University '
Crimes and Nuisance Investigation and plan to present the proposal' this fall.to, into Starke by passing motorist. After of Florida, Gainesville; Fl 32611. Call your Bradford County Agent ui
Criminal Prosecution Network the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys several unsuccessful calls to commercial ,Absentee ballots will be available from 964-6280, ext. 209, if you have questions or
Under this' assistant Association for, adoption. Under the' outlets to secure help,, I,,called your August 1 until close of business,August 28. need more Information about the Pork
proposal, an plan each sheriffs '" Absentee ballot Referendum.
state attorney would department. return envelopes, containing :
state attorney in each judicial circuit
designate one or more prosecutors to investigate -' It should be noted that at age 511 am a ballot and registration/certificcation
would become a specialist in en and prosecute environmental'' heart patient and have had eight heart at- statements, must be signed by the voter Volunteer Monitors
vironmental to investigate and prosecute crimes in that particular circuit. tacks in the past eight years. In more ways' and mailed so as to be received In the Needed for Lake
County Region
Office the ,
serving county -
environmental crimes and coos than,one, this situation with the car was, ,
dinate his or her work'with the state'slegal The'attorneys would be assisted in the not good for me. of voter residence, by close of business Anyone willing to serve as a monitor to
on Sept. .
1,1988.AH'pork take water
samples on lake In the
and environmental' agencies.As ., network by the State ,Attorney ,Officer Sam Eunice was dispatched by Bradford Clay and Union any County area,
General's' Office the Florida Depart- the Sheriffs department to help me with producers who produced (and may call Sandy Fisher at 392-9613 for fur-
things stand now, environmental ment of Law Enforcement the Game &' my problem. He is a credit to your force. owned) porcine animals in the U.S.for sale, informationn., '
polluters are'' faced mostly with administrative -; Fresh Water Fish Commission ,the He represented the Sheriffs Department '
or civil charges a process ,DER and DNR and local environmen., in the best possible way. with his
that allows the polluter numerous assistance, I was able to get the car moving
opportunities for'' delay., Few polluters tal regulatory agencies. ,and. get on the way to Gainesville.To .

have actually been faced with felony ''It is timepast time; to start play Officer Eunice, my' most sincere
thanks,not only for what he did.but for the .
The of 'ing hard ball ,with
criminal charges. prosecution polluters on every manner in which he did it. He will long be
'environmental crimes has often taken a front.; The Criminal Prosecution Net- fondly, remembered.

back seat.to traditional cases involving, work should be welcomed as a step in George A.DuBoisJacksonville

homicide drugs, or, sexual ahn' + the right direction. 4 ,the date requiring the most Roman numerals. is 188*.'with 13:MDCCCLXXXV1II.f :



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The .1Jm JfE@i1J@(1gj( : Duddlng'Jones Tommy Dempsey *,

,. ;. \' To Exchange Vows Honored at ShowerThe
OClCLlL'Ztide ,
M?. and Mrs. Charles P', Dudding home of Mr*. Patsy Welch
; Brantley-Osborne To WedMr of Starke wish to announce the, k was the setting for a lovely' bridal
of the news : and MrS'. Ralph J. Futch of engagement of their daughter, San 1 shower for bride-elect Tammy
: dra G. Dudding also of Starke Dempsey Monday August 1, Upon
OJ. to the;
I '4 ........ dub N... ......1 t....., Lawtey engagement are proud of their announce daughter Mark A. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'arrival the honoree, her mother,'
.. Church Mm' Birth. Krishna Lee Brantley, to HowardMarvin Tracy A. Jones aU of Hampton. Sybil Dempsey and groom's mother,.'
The wedding is tor Ida Sue Schmitt were presented coy*
Osborne of Lawtey, son of planned
September 17 .1988 at Pine Level sages.
Mrs. and Mrs William. Miller Pittsburgh
The refreshment table
Baptist Church in Starke. was
The Charles Schmltts PA.
centered with a shower cake inscribed
filfi(1JcntbiJJJ&J The bride-elect attended Srata Fe
The wedding Is to take place
Host with 'Blalne and Tammy" In
Rehearsal, Dinner .August 26 at Grace Baptist Churchon Community College and is employed
The fellowship hall of the First Griffis Loop Road in Starke.All by Winn Dixie. The,; groom-elect hearts. Finger foods and a punch
bowl of iced tea graced the table.
United Methodist Church was the friends and relatives are invited graduated from Bradford High
W/se-T/ns/er/ / : To Wed. setting for the rehearsal dinner for to attend. Reception to followin .School and is employed by Jackson- The arrangement gift table''of was dried centered roses.with The an
ville Building Supply in Keystone
the )
Miss Julee Ann Wise and Mr. John Blaine Dyal and bride-elect Tammy'Dempsey fellowship hall. Heights( gifts were opened and placed in the
Lee Tihsler will be joined In marriage August 5, hosted by living room for display, by hostesses
this Saturday; August 13th at Elaine's parents Charles and Ida Vivian Chap pell, ,Marie Polk
7:30: p.m. In the First Baptist Church Sue Schmitt. Linda Smith Michelle Parker, Patsy Welch andCarolyn
,_ of Starke.A Carver. ,
reception will be held im.. The U-shaped tables were covered' and James Mltzel .The fifty-five guests' called bet
with white linen cloths and napkinstied the hours of
mediately following the ceremony in with ween 7-9 p.m.
the peach ribbons. The head
hall. Smtth-MHzel/
fellowship table was centered with a
a huge ar-
No' local
sent, but all family and friends been are rangement of leather, leaf fern s Engagement Told,

invited to attend. peach tapers ribbons'flanked on and either peach side and ,. Mrs Shirley Goode of Alachua an- Community News

conch shells filled with greenery nounces the engagement of her 'The Revival,
Fellowdship' will,
peach fire lilies: The side tables'' daughter Linda Gail Smith, to begin with
with James Patrick Mitzel, the of Mr. Prayer Meeting on
Collins. were garlanded greenery son
Dugger 1 August lb-19.' Preahing will be from'
enterspersed with peach and Mrs Duane. Mitzel of Hampton.The '
Aug. 22-26 'nighl! at New Mt.
Married Aug. 6 candlesticks weddi is
holding peach burning ::I/ ? planned forJanuary. Calvary ''Baptist lurch Rev. iA.
Lisa Collins, daughter of Zedra J., tapers, conch shells were placed at, '. ...' > All tends and relatives! Jenkins Pastor. :
Collins and the late Clinton Collins of, various points down the length of the ; will be welcomed! to attend.
Keystone Heights and James Kevin tables. Ceramic placecards (made .......
Dugger of Starke, son of A.J. and ,by 'Eloise Goodman) marked the I, '-..... :
''Mary Dugger of Jacksonville, were seating arrangement 'by the fifty "" ;- -. .. -- _.L.____ -__
united in marriage Saturday. members of the wedding party and'guests. ,
August 6 at 2 p.m.'at the bride'smother's
home in The lovely dinner was prepared by 9i'T'
The bride wore Keystone a lace tea Heights length Mrs. Oleta Hardenbrook, Mrs. ,..,.._ -..,. _.. J.
dress with a white lace hat. Her colors Eoline Underhill and Mrs. Mable Sandra Crissmanand ,; :Operations and -:
were peach and blue. Green and served by Mrs. Barbara I
Lisa was given in marrige by her' Kirkland Mrs. Sheila Bassett, Ms.. Doug Barrick, hospital rooms cost, ,
brother Steve Collins while MikeSoutheriand Jan Corbett, Mrs. Carolyn Harden ,
served as' best man. brook and Mrs. Faye Andrews.The more than you think. ,.
Marlanu Nettles attended as Lisa's couple presented gifts to their ,
bridal ,f, Melissa Ann Todd
Maid of Honor. party Blaine presented Tam-. '
The bride, is an graduate of my a bouquet of red: roses. .Crissman-Barrick To Wed and Robert llolden too. m Fnr Pltal-urglcallnsurance.! .
Keystone Heights High School and is 'j"s '" ,
Mr. and'Mrs. J.E. Crissman 'of J. ,tr
employed at Sonnys in Starke. The Go With. Ilay Starke would like to make the announcement .1<' State FarmInsurance
;,:.- .' room is employed by the Dept. of of the approaching Todd-Holden To Wed
+?" ").."', :' .Corrections.,. All The WaY'' marriage of their daughter Sandra \ r 119 N. Walnut St.

;;.: <'1";. Kay Crissman to Doug Barrick, son Mr. and Mrs; Lawrence Todd of
; ; Starke. Florida
'. Pd. Political Announcement of Mr.and Mrs. Glenn E' Barrick of Starke wish to announce the engagement 32091
Lake Butler. of their Melissa Ann '964-5391 :
New Arrivals ... ....',.,, ;. ... .. .,.. to take daugher; ".
: '1. ,; \ .;/ "' '" ,. !' .w.. 1' The wedding is place Todd: to Robert Lavon Holden, also A ,
August 31 at 7 p m. in the SampsonCity 'of Starke.. Robert is the son of ,
David Alan Aderholt II Ashel./ Nicol Bryan, Church of God, Starke.. Reuben Holden of Flint, Michigan. Merritt Williams
David and Penny Aderhold of Clare and Tommy Bryan of Starke" Bride-elect Is a graduate of Bradford ', Their exchanging of vows will take, ;',' ,Agent '
,Starke are pleased to announce the wish to the birth of High and currently, employed' place'.at the bride-elect's parents 4 ,
arrival of a 'son,,. David' Alan'' daughter i ,announce Ashel Nicol, April 28 in'a by R.M.C. of Lake Butler. Doug is a home, in Starke at a date to be an- n." .... ,
,Aderholt II, born 'July. 26 in' Gainesville.. Ashel joins a brother graduate of Union County High andis nounced later. '
Gainesville .? and sister. currently employed by ,Jones. Melissa is a graduate of'BradfordHigh
David Alan joins a sister,Tiffany.; Maternal grandparents are Mr.'and 'n,Funeral Home of Starke. and is employed at Winn Dixie. I' 'N'UIANU J ,MX.._....,....AuIOmOOM mwwct_.... wane 0**..* Noo. ,J.o..Jl u.nevi '
Maternal grandparent is Mable Mrs.,Joseph Thomas ,of.Hampton, Sandra and Doug would like to ex- Robert is also an graduate of Brad- ,
Davis,Branford and paternal grandparents CT, tend an Invitation to all 'friends and ford High and is employed at Lil"

''.; are Mr.' and Mrs.. Clarence relatives to ittend., Skeeters\ Restaurant in Starke. ....".--.....,.;..;....' :, ; I Vn.iiii.lffl .
Feagle, Branford., -- .- :

i i
'.: "iN'f'";,'' .'/ ,", ; Brittany Lannette'Randall'

,' Mark and Connie Randall of
I .,;'';'., "', Starke are proud to announce the .N 1
!,,.' : ; ,birth of a daughter' Brittany Lan- s k
',: .' nett July 31,in Gainesville. Brittany. eropticsi
joins two brothers and a sister. a
Maternal grandparent is Mary -
Dockery JSummitvflld, lB 4..PJLfE1l't l ? r -
nal grandparents are Jim and Joyce '

'.:.'', Randall of Hollywood, Fl, yr r : I V

< Anthony Carlton/ Padgett if

:"" ,.,' "' George and Leslie Padgett..of 1 cwsBiEBrowderto
i ", McIntosh were delighted with the ar-
rival another son, Anthony ; ; lj
Carolton, Monday August 1st. \
Anthony joins a brother Alex. 4
Paternal grandparents are Dewitt '
and Rose Padgett (temporarily) of summonthevetfester
Vero Beach and maternal grandparentSuzlePfennigerofMcIntosb.-.
.:'. 'i, .
'.: ;,,;''''i- Anthony also joins many cousins
from Starke, Jacksonville, Vero
i Beach. SumterSC and Bermuda, /
: \
Kenneth Sellers' Jr, I ; \

'Dale and Kim Sellers of Lawtey
1 announce the birth of a son, Kenneth
Dale Sellers Jr., born Aug. 10 in
Gainesville. He joins.two sisters..,
Heather 5 yrs.. old, and Kristal, 3
'yrs. old.
Maternal 'grandparents ''are
Charles and Carol Boyer. Great- I.
grandmother is Hilda Nestor.
Paternal grandparents are Ronnie'
and,Carolyn Sellers of Lawtey.,, '


Pam Pratt EarnsEnvironmental

\ : HealthAt $

Western; Carolina ;

Pamela 'Pratt received her
Bachelor of Science Degree in En-
vironmental Health from Western k K. 1
CCarolina University in Cullowhee?
N.C.. on Aug. 5.
Pam Is the daughter of Mr., and
Mrs.A.A.Pratt,and a 1982 graduateof
BHS.' .
'While attending Western Carolina
University Pam Internships were
with the Great Smokey Mountain
National Park Service Dept. of the
Interior, Gatlinburg Tenn., and
,with Soils and Materials Engineers,
:a subsidiary of Westinghouse Environmental -
Division Charleston,
S.C.' .
Pam has accepted employment
with Soils and Materials Engineers. '
'in Charleston, S.C., ,
Wendy Chastaln .. ', '' ;. One only has to walk through the average home in the United States to witness the
.' ., ,; .. ', : .
Receives Diploma, :i\ :I': :: .."." ";" ',,:: '<,,< 'wonders of technology From the ultimate convenience of the microwave'oven to the predsionsound

Wendy diploma L. Chastain from North recently American earned ": I' .: :: -: 1./, .': \'..: :.; ,:' "; :" .1" '.. ,. of compact laser disc players:today we.' take; for granted advancements. that were. science
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Correspondence Schools for the successful ..:; ;,,'. :;, ;;";.', ,',\" :' ;:: [ \'1)" ";':.I\\<,!4'':;:( :!: :!,' ,I, fiction curiosities just a few'decades'ago.Even .

Education completion Corporation's of National 1 .:."\AI5JI. \, ; 'jtf'i: MJij'i"'J'y, )A i .7fl'j. jj 'J.1J! "' ,,"!,,'," as we.marvel at today's high-tech. gadgetry;there,is. research and 'development
k\ j"f.\u"\M"J-" '
I'1. \
Wildlife/Forestry Conservation. ,7 i'r\( }; ;:., !,6\"lj'h\; a ,. l.'Iij'();i'I' :i t;}'ilit-'I.,)) tt?). \\\ !,'.;, { I::}I\\:,\: : ,..'.if,: ,:, '\ being conducted to replace it.':The foundation i is. being.laid right now; for improved telecommunications -
Course. Ai , .
; '
'" '\1" ,, ," ,, r. \1' .t""I. ,
,,,)\,1 ;' ('" 'I'' "' ; for instance well into the twenty-first :
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Wendy Is the wife of Wendell Lee .:'t: ; .\' : I .. century ,
three Chastain children of Hampton.: Lee Chris They'and Tim.have :';J Ii;"'Y''': Fiber optics'technology having a profound effect'on the quality of sound and the'efficiency .'

'..1 t,'.<1 i'f', of transmitted voice and computer data ALLTEL is firmly committed to this hew technology'

Fifth: Reunion ; '' "' Currently. we are implementing plans to meet the growing demand for its services.. .

Set for Family Morris Family .. ,: ,. : It Is the customer who ultimately benefits from this and other new developments in the

., TheMorrtsesarehaving' way of better and more varied services. And very often t technological advances help contain C05ts.AIJ.1EL r

family reunion at the residence of I even a> they improve productivity: .
and Leola Morris on MarketSt.
Everett. In Starke. Activities will be. held : Whether the subject of your concern: is a prize mare or a power outage,we're hard at,

I at Sunday Camp Blanding., Aug.14 worship services work throughout the Southeast,keeping your lines,of communication ppen.'August ..

will be held at New Hope Baptist
Church Rev. Davis Pastor. .

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Hampton Hllltes/ "' ... 'VFW'Thanks,

Dolores .their mother's in her absence. Hampton Elem.School:: historic Mayflower,Plymouth Rock these teachers who have been active For Support,
By Phone 468-1915( Meng Mrs Susan Slaughter and 'Kindergarten Screening and enjoyed delicious seafood at the in the Literacy Volunteers of Attention:' Veterans of Foreign
children Suzanna,Marlowe and Andrew Important tests for all those enter- Plymouth Plantation. American program. Wars to begin with' the Starke and
Little League Grateful of Leesburg, spent Tuesdaywith Ing kindergarten are being given at From Gloucester,Mass,they tooka ...- Surrounding areas Veterans of
One behalf o( the Athletic: Association her sister Mrs. Patti Meng the school today, Aug.. 11 andLFri- Boston train trip to Boston In touring Back to School Crusade Foreign Wan wish'to thank the
Christina and Daniel.The Slaughter day Aug. 12. <-- they went to the Boston organizations that have opened their
Mr Allan Archey wishes to family plans to move to Lenoir, NC Gardens, home of the Celtics.They Offered at Madison Street doors to us.There are many eligible
thank all who made their recent BarB next week where Mike will work as Get Ready for SchoolOn enjoyed a picnic supper while view' Madison verterans in the area and we wish to
Street Church
-Quo Benefit such a great success an editor of a newsAugust pe", Monday, August 22, teachersand ing a full moon over the Atlantic Baptist elicit your support in getting the post
for the Hampton Little League, Ocean. will host a"Back to School Crusade"
Birthdays personnel will be' anxiously established and supporting it in the
Baseball Team. awaiting the early arrival their Jean Clark took aside trip to visit tisttCChhurcheta by Arlington Each future. .
those who were 1 Clinton Brown; 2 Claire of all her Jacksonville.
Among responsible ,students.! daughter Amy, now employed We the' VFW wish to have
Brunetti an
; 3 Carole Stevenson; i night Arlington\ will
for this event were Bobby in Boston and scheduled to her transport fortyor that
Kelly Bowen Ester Smith 5 of its assist in organization every one can be
C.F. Hazel ; Teachers more to
McRae, Bateman Return from Tour senior at Boston members
year University. proud of,without your support, this .
Meng; 8 Kathy Langford'9 this revival effort
Thomas, pavid; Bridges Mrs Mrs Peggy Stanwlx-Hay\: of Amy also spent a morning with the cannot be accomplished.At present,
Bridges, Dolph Reddish and ScottSoutherlandi Jennie Rhea, Gene Joyner, Mike traveling Dr. Bill Coffman, pastor of Arl-
Mowry, Dolores 10 Lake and a teacher at group be we anticipate holding our meetingsin
Meng; Timmy Brad ington, will the speaker for the
Middle School recently They spend a night at Concord, the Civil Defense building, locatedon
Slater Robert (Mike) Swak week. Dr. Coffman served eight
The profit realized from this NH, and the
chauffeured a group of teacher saw Capitol Building the Bradford County
Carmen Waterhouse;11 Tom Cunningham in the
as a missionary
benefit will toward yean
purchasing there
go well
friends and children as as five other state
on a ten day Fairgrounds.You
Jason Pons, Randy Scog- Dominican and in Puerto
equipment\ for use,of the young people capitols the Republic
gins; 12 .- David Parker Scott tour of the Eastern States. along way Rico. He has served in numberous supported your country during -
Branham. Derrick Jenkins. Sylvia Accompanying Peggy were Jean Barre, Vermont, was familiar to positions of responsibility within the the time of war, so support the
Visitors Hall,- 14-Kim Thornton,Danny Wig Clark and Alice Faye Waters. Peggy as she had been there seven Southern Baptist Conventin, in-' VFW howl t II!
Among those visiting Mrs. Madonna gins, Kelly Bowen; 15 ,Jesse teachers at Hampton Elementary previous years. They visited the eluding past president of the Florida ,
Gilbert and daughters while Newman. Joan Watson,a Brooker Elementary famous "Hollow" there, purchased Baptist Convention Above all.
vacationing, at Atlantic Beach last teacher, and Carolyn Taylor who cheeses, maple syrup and other Brother Bill loves the Lord Jesus Starke Church of dod
week were. her brothers. and ,her Go With teaches at Southside School. Jane delicacies.
Ray Christ and seeks to serve Him Week
Celebrate/ Music
nieces,David,Tina Carrie, Eugene,, Stanwix-Hay,Peggy's daughter also When visiting Norman Rockwell' through the local church. '
Angela,Tommy and Chris Meng.On All the took the trip accompanied by her former home in Arlington,Vermont, Scott Weatherford, Arlington's The Starke Church of God will be
Sunday they celebrated Tommy and Way friends, Brooke Watson and. Becky they traveled over one of the floating music-director, will be the guest celebrating National Music Week
David 8 August birthdays well as Pd. Political Announcement Philips, bridges in the area. The covered musician for the week. Weatherfordis with a special musical service SUn-
They all enjoyed a weekend tour of ,bridges around there were also a an accomplished musician with a day, August 14 at 11:00: a.m. The
New York City where they took a 1 unique sight.In heart for the Lo d's work. church's newly forr'*>d band will be
boat trip around Manhattan Island, Pennsylvania they visited the The revival ef rt will begin in charge of this spe J service. The
seeing the Statue of-.Liberty, the famous Hershey Park where those morning Augus. 21, with a high and entire morning won.-ip hour will be'
beautiful skyline buildings and delicious chocolates originate.The tendae push in Sunday School through the ministry of music.
bridges in that area., Amish Villages at Lancasterwere worship. Rev. Cecil Roenfeldt, an The church extends a warm handof
They enjoyed the Broadway play interesting where they traveled associate in the Sunday School welcome. It is located at 422 N.,St.
"Chorus Line" as well as dining at the country roads along with the Department of the Florida Baptist Clair Street in Starke, Rev. John
such famous places as Sardi's Going horses and buggies prevalent in that Convention,' will be the guest Spratlin, pastor.Servicemen.
to the Empire State Building and area They bought some hand preacher Sunday morning. The
Chinatown were among added attractions crafted items also on that visit. evening worship service will beginat
as well as driving over the The trip was so congenial and enjoyable 6:00 p.m. Sunday, August 21. The
t "POTS, SAVINGS ON THE LINE".Summer Brooklyn' Bridge. that plans are already being 'services Monday through Friday,
,': :; At Plymouth;, Mass., they saw the made for another adventure by August 22-26,will begin at 7:15: p.m. Navy Chief Warrent Officer
with a mini-concert by a guest musician Charles W.Coleman,son of Lois Coleman
from Arlington and the actual of Route 3, Starke recently
worship service will begin at 7:30: departed on a six month deploymentto
'p.m. A nursery will be provided for the Mediterranean aboard the aircraft
,ATTENTIONCHILDREN children through second grade. The carrier USS Forrestal,
: entire community,is invited to attend in FL.
; Tank Installation- homeported. Mayport.
A 1968 graduate of Bradford High

SPECIALS ..;, School, he joined the Navy in..
OF ALL AGES Devil's Funeral November, 1968.
AS LOW AS ," ;'" I _____ '
1"', ':, :\ Children's Crusade sponsored by Bethel August 12 at 7:30 --.
( ,
( ;;, $4650t": '" The public is invited to attend the Some wine will! spoil if
Baptist Rd.
Church. 230 A.
;..tilt 1'; : \ Presents Fish Devil's Funeral, August 12 at 7:30 exposed to light hence,
;, ',:> : Includes tank installation ',\i1 > Net Ministries. August 11, registration and p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church tinted bottles.Cleopatra's .
corner of Florida and Keller Streets.
cookout.. 'August 12-14 Children's Crusade Reverend A,J.
(up to 30' of material)" FEATURING Simmons officiating.
.Tank full of gas '

.No tank rental until 1989 PEPPER', ,'Dicoraiing Emporium

,Complete gas Inspection'' ,THE CLOWN (fffrmerCy CCeopatra'j llphoCstery: ) "

of,your appliances ,and ,all his ; .Opening at P&ut Location 322:S* W/aChut St, Stark

.?PuppetFriends:00 pm I_, Spec'A11 Week, $Hea9Jners I

Suburban 2350 SW Archer Road 'nightlyEVERYONE :
Gainesville' ,n. Pastor: Stott doing apI CGtay 9fav oltt carrying wallpaper;Custom r ttdspnadi and

Propane ((904). 376-5651 WELCOME Rev. James Parrish tlr pu1'r.'M1M3

v.r,,. ....._Naw w.u.I 44..U..a..r.. 0-

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r, :HAROLD K."f r -')

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) U ,fJ Sheriff
OF THE From Your \


I believe the strength of any organization depends upon the quality of its employees;; that's why, as
HELLO!" Sheriff. I select and train those feel can "get the Job done".The below named. Deputy Sheriff is Just one
We're the Harold :Davis family. Harold is seeking 'election to the, .,example of what I'm referring to: .

'office :of clerk 'of ,the ,Circuit Court. ,He, is presently employed by

BancBoston Mortgage Corporation's (formerly Stockton, Whatley Deputy Sheriff James Douglas York -

,Bavin &, Co.) Gainesville pffice, as 'a mortgage banker.* Many of Date of Employment: June 29.1986 ,

you will remember him as loan officer, then manager of the '

Starke Savings & Loan Association. He was also your Independant Insurance TOABONa COURSES TAKEN> BY DEPUTY JAMES (DOUG)YORK "
Bradford in 11948 from Charleston S.C. ," '" '
Agent He came to County ," ,, : '.
1 He, is a US Army veteran serving during the Korean conflict. ., ', ,i.+ '" ,

Harold attended 'the' ,University of Florida, majoring'' ,in Business PuleNOV.!:! Course :'11...... ., :l' ,," : ,

Administration., ., ,81 Correctional Officer, rrarlurd. 400 ,'" :.JI"':: 83 Advanced; Hazardous Mnterlala '80'
", I 1,1/ ,' 'd i ,, ," ', "' ", "'" ," ,S ", "h'f"", l, '
AIR 83 ,Fine Respondrr. ( nerll""y.t..1)" '40 ,'-'I.LtI.1 86 Law.DiforcwK.it. (Cross Tr.L.Ag. ) 192:
Sandy '(Mrs\ Davis) ,is a Bradford County native, the daughter of ," ,. ".. .

Aubrey and ,Mae Moore. She is employed by, 'Longchamp, Custom.AI'R.. ,1} ftr"C1g1t1I: ::0' ,240 .HAH/ 87 ''Otflcer ,Survival : 7I1AR. ,

,Homes as. Exec.Sec/Bookkeeper. "Miss Sandy" also worked, forseveral JUt 83ICC. fire'ScienceInstructor.; ,80 /, 87 Sexual 'Exploitation'mel 1 Iliysical' ,, -
years with the public library' system as :Bookmobile; Operator "' \' ;'I'' ,, ', Abuse of,Uillilren (r' "40UbC. "'
> 18.] : .Technique* ': 160 .,' d'I '" p" ""',: < ,: "
for Bradford She ,is former ''President and ," ,, ,, ',' cc.rcrubiid
tI" Norcolics
County. Publicity Chrmn. : 1' (: "" ":, 87 and Control, 10Valentine
AUU, 84 building CaMtructinn Code. 40 , ,, ,"
'I" '" II" '. '
I Queen of Beta Phi .' "
Sigma Sorority, \ ". ,' J" 11".1 I: : ," " "''' TOIALIIUURS \-
I, ", .. ., ,
,; ; ::,' ,?: ;: :, ", ,
Tracy' is married to ,Bryan Camp from ,;Lawtey 'and lives :" I ;

in Theressa, her maternal Grandfather's birthplace. She is, employed .'

by'' Florida Federal Savings & Loan's Starke' office as 'drive-thru In addition to the above. Deputy York has attended. seminaries In:, ,

teller. She is" following. in Dad footsteps: RepcrtWntmg *

PR-24 Survival Training ::,
: Son Hal is. a 1988'' graduate ,of 'Bradford High School and will attend OfI'enderBased1'ransactkx1SyBtem.: > : '

Fall classes at Santa Fe Community College. He "is employed part- ,. '
time at Gator tII Farm Supply. He's the son of, a' farmer's daughter Officer York Is further well-trained In"the use of firearms and qualifies In the expert

and plans to major in Agri-Business in ,college.'I'' ,class and sharpshooter by shooting a 300 out of 300 on a qualified pistol range.. -

We firmly believe Harold is the most-qualified <:candidate due to his
You can rest assured that as long as I am your Sheriff the selection and training of
work history, training and personal dealings with the residents of 'ALL employees will remain top priority; I am a great believer In QUALITY ratherthan"

this county.. ;He is our former Chamber of Commerce President, QUANTITY .' ,

Draft Board;, Chrmn., Vo-Tech Advisory Board Chrmn.,, March :'of
A vote for me Is your assurance that Bradford County will continue to have a topnotch group of:
Dimes Chrmn., FL Jaycee Officer, Land ,Use Advisory, Committee employees to better serve you. .. .
member, Rotarian'member' 'land Director, ,and Little, League and '

Dixie Youth Coach. He is '
communityoriented.)0" "
Harold wants to / '
home-county -once more CO: .
.work closely with the people he knows and loves. ,' \ '

rl DOLPH E.!: REDDISH. SHERIFF: ,. ,,, ,_,
YOU CAN HELP BY VOTING ON SEPT. ,6, and. encouraging ,

others to do so.,THANK YOU! -



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USDA Commodity Dates

'.,<" \' PUBLIC AUCTION For Distribution *
NOTICE hereby given that on Monday
;. August 22, 1988. at 10:00: o'clock Suwannee River Economic Council,Inc., announces the following date
A.M., the undersigned Gator, for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guideline and income
Frelghtwoys. Inc., will sell at publIC auction eligibility scale information may be obtained from the Suwannee
ZONING$ NOTICE 18600.01.39..1., I I. pending itt I for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville River Economic Council Inc, ,
LAMP or JESUS me.'AND STAAKICHUItTIAN the. Circuit Court for Bradford County. ,.. Special Note; Special days are set aside for the exclusive distribution
EDUCATIONAL RADIO A TV Florida Probate Division the. address of One lot of furniture, consigned to Krhri-' to the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble landing, please bring
COMM. hew MOde application for which I I. 929 North Temple Avenue, (Ia Beech Brook Corp.. Atlanta Go. a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
I triCIAl EXCEPTION tasewfleil Service: Stork* Florida 32091. The Personal .On* lot of copper down spout consign. USDA Emergency Food Assistance program U available to all eligible
i In Ot-Agrtcultwal I for Radio BroodreesstMp Rapr* *ntatlva of the Estate U Louan| od to Cu*'. Cunstr of Tltuavllle, recipients regardless of( race, color,, national origin, age, sex or han-,
; Tower, to the Bradford County Danll whoM address I I. Rout 1, Box Tltusvllle\ Fla. 'dicap.
j Bear of AdtMtnMnt| on property that !I. 8S9. lawtey Florida 32098. to satisfy freight and storage charge, Distribution sites and dates are _.
,I ooQwfloo OR ana doscfIboo: bolowi The name and address of th* Personal' under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of AUG. 17; BROOKER City Hall 10 atom.p.m.. .

I 10 acres. Parcol MeffMMXHOa In Bee It..Cro.onIOIl.....'. attorney or. set. forth Uniform Standard BUI of lading. AUG.. IS: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m.... p.m. .

4 Twn. 7 ... Rng. 22 I., off U 11th St. All Gator Frelghtwoys. Inc..Carrier. AUG. 10: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m.-1:30: p.m.
(Ponym Rd.) $located on* mile South of again persons the. estate Having are claim required or demand WITHIN 04-298078 AUG. 22: LAWTEY Recreation Center: (Middleburg Rd.), 10 m.-l:30:

i STorks and. off Woct tide of Foraylh Rd. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Pro 13-306896 did 4/28/88 pm.AUG..
Tho Bradford County Zoning loord will FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to 8/11 2tchg 8118 it .23j HAMPTON City Hall, 10 a.m.-2
I rovlaw the application and make ar.eenun.ndatlon file. with the clerk of the above court a Control 0806 AUG.24: SPEEDVILLE, Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.-l p.m.
toM Bradford County written statement of any claim or de- J r Please bring a box or bag to put yqur commodities in.

,Ioard of Adintmont| for their public mand they may hav*. Each claim "must 1
hearing to bo held at 7:30 p.m., In tho ba In writing and mutt Indicate the faosl, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
Commlulon mooting room of City Hall. for the claim, the nome and address oft EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR J ,
:lOt Thompson St.. Stark, Florida on creditor or his agent or attorney,and BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA <
Tuoeday, August 30, 1908. the amount claimed. If the claim Is not CIVIL Esther Arlene Martin... T' & 'DELICjO
At this tI....>, all persons will be heard yet duo, 'the data when It will become ACTION Will attend I** College In Cleveland
concerning this application, a* specified 'duo shall, b* stated. If the claim I I. con. CASE NO. 88-4S7-CA Tennessee, an Church leltolor.h'',.
tlngant or unliquidated, the nature of "
In the Bradford
County Codes
tho uncertainty shall bo stated. If the
Zoning Director claim I I. secured tho security shall bo L.J. KITEPlaintiff. ,
' B.C.B. of ADJ. daicrlbed Tho claimant shall deliver 'Ivs.

Itchg 8/11 1 sufficient copies of the claim to the dork, MEBFISH
Control 0811 to enable the clerk to mall one copy to' Martin WinsScholarship
each Personal Representative.
All person Interested-In the estate to' MOSE C GRIFFIS ,I'
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR whom a copy of this Notice of Administration Defendant.' ? ,
REZONING AND AMENDMENT has boon mailed are required.
An ORDINANCE emending the Comprvhenslvo THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION TO; MOSE C. GRIFFIS. address Graduating with honors from DINNER
Land U.. Plan Element and OF,THIS NOTICE, to file any objection unknown and all parties claiming' In. BHS, Esther Martin is off to Lee Col-
I Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance they may hove that challenge the terests by, through, under or against lege in Cleveland, Tennessee this,
: ) with the local Government. validity of the dacedent will the them and all parties having or claiming Fall. .
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 o. qualification of the Personal Repretontotive. to hove any right title or Interest the Esther received a college scholar
f provided for In Chapter 163 of .the' or the venue or jurisdiction of the property herein described ship from her' church, The Starke
Florida Statute Court. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for Church of God, which provided for
I TO ALL OTIZENS.Taxpayer and other ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS 'foreclosure of mortgage regarding the two years at Santa Fe Community ees
I Interested peraon NOT SO FILED WILL, BE FOREVER. following property In Bradford County a Dean' Scholarship at
You and ooch of you or. hereby and BARRED. Florida Lee College. ;flllf
herewith given I notice In accordance Data of the first publication 'of this A parcel of land containing 1,0 acre An Honors graduate Esther's
, with Florida Statute that the Board of Notice of'Administration: August 11, and lying In the NE 1of NE 1/4 of Section academic achievements
County Commltilonart of Bradford 1988. 10. Township 7 South Rang 21 with were /
number of
County Florida, .how designated the East. Bradford County Florida' (..oldporc.1 .7/11 I
Bradford County Zoning and Planning LouJean Daniel. A* PersonalRepresentative being more particularly described awards including the Golden "B' .
,,' Award,the American Legion Award
:,' Board to conduct a public hearing at a of th* Estat ofCoclltJudsort as fallows- ,
'" : regular mooting hold at 7:00 p,m. In the Daniel, 5r., Dacoasao. Commence at a concrete monument and the National Honor Society '
;V.; \," c-nclllloom of Stark City Hall, Storks. 'located at the NW corner of old NE 1/4 Award Our delicious
:: :' Florida, on Tuesday; August 30, 1988 Attorney for Personal Representative: of NE '1/4 and run South 000ri9 East, .' For the past several years, Esther.
, ',;'?. t'::1;" and maka a recommendation to the Hugh Cot"'P.A.' along the Wly boundary thereof 157.72 has been active in church work,ser hand-cut
1'\' .' .' Board of County Commissioners and the 1016 Blockstono Building feet to the S'ly boundary of the Row of ving in a number of offices.
I;' '. .:, Board will consider on Wednesday 233 East Bay Street r r CR C-22S (formerly SR S-229)); thence She is the daughter of Mr. and filets baked
.' September 21, 1988 at the Commit Jacksonville, Florida 32202 South 771419" East, along said S'ly'. Mrs. Ralph W. Martin of Starke, _s1
loners. Room of tho Bradford County ((904)) 396-0162 boundary 961.94 feet to an Iron pipe 'for Esther has two sisters and servedon
' ,
,'*;'ai;4 Courthout Stark Florida at 7:30: p.m. FOB. From POB thus described continue Ctwlns),Karen Rebecca and Sharon
vw an Ordinance rotating to: 8/11 21chg 1/18 South 77"*14'19" East along said Sly Deborah, already enrolled at Lee. a bed
#! Th rezoning of th* following dourlb- .Control 0810 boundary 125.00 feet to an Iron pip;
" '',< ... property and amending the Com- thence South OOW1T East, parallel' of rice
V pr to provld*' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA with the aforesaid Wly boundary of thaNE BC Club Earns > '
that land lonod 1/4 of NE 1/.. Riding
currently RO and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR a distance of 357.55 79. 'with
vN' designated by the plan at Residential ., 'BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA feet to an Iron pipe; thence North $ greenbeans
Office, b* rozonod to l-lnduttrial. and 77*14')9": West;: parallel with the MoneY'for Tal thaI 'cole
designated Industrial, the proporty of'I CIVIL ACTION' aforesaid S'ly boundary of CR C.225 a ,
I GILBERT CROSLEY described at follow: distance of 15' .00 fet to on Iron pipe; '
"i"v 2.7 aero out of Parcel! 00982000000.. ; CASE NO.! 88-413-CA thence North OOWI9" West. parallel I The Bradford Riding Club raised y' slaw' and' two' --
; aOO/xMT, In Soc. 25, Twn. 7 S.. Rng. 21 with, aforesaid Wly boundary,, 397.39 $916 In a Benefit Jackpot Barrell .
Yy., / E.. six mil South of Starko on East side L.J. KITEPlaintiff. .' foot to the POB. Show Friday, Aug. 5, to benefit a hush'puppies.,
i>v r U.S. 301 for office and assembling of ., Ha been flied against you and/ you local cancer' victim,, Tabitha '
Y; ;, component part. are required to serve a copy of your Mathews.
I ;.. You are further glvon NOTICE that a V*. ,' written defenses, if any to It on JamesR. The show, held at the club's arena
t: t :. ,." ,copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. '.r Flynn, Esquire. Attorney for Plaintiff on US-301 near the fairgrounds In '

'//hk+t ,M L : I available for your inspection at the of- TED E. MANNING and whose address I I. 409 West Georgia Starke, saw an excellent turnout
y( 'ijj; flea of th* Director of Zoning and Planning. CHARLOTTE M. MANNING Street Starke. ,. Florida 32091. on or 'with a total of 75 ,riders par- Captain SlySeafood
r4e( ?{ :?/ City Hall Thompson Street*,Stork. 'Defendant before September 12. 1988 and file the ticipating.,
''i. Srt Florida. original with, tho Clerk of this Court
re( Each and sorry person having any In. either before service on Plaintiff' At-, ,... The games were: poles $50 added, '
iii; tort vhoefty In thoopctmont'! of thisappear NOTICJE'OfACTION tornoy or Immediately thereafter;otherwise -* 'TBW $50 added, cloverleaf $100 add-"" j
a ....AN ld a>default will be entered .'
pr :
ia TO: TED E.MANNING.on4CHARLOTTE against v.e boprcrlbod. rd at the )lm 'and ; for'the relief .
piece you demanded In th*Con
: be
to sold
M. MANNING address, unknown and at the concession -.
plaint. \
BOARD OF BRADFORD DATED on July 29.,1988. j Vegetable Shortening
through under them, and all The added
;! COUNTY COMMISSIONERS or against 8/11 4lchng9lControl money was gathered by ,
,I, By G.S. Brown Clark parties having or claiming to .have any 0807 Christie Reddish. The club extends .MONDAY & TUESDAY SPEciALTwoPiece .
,: Itchg 8/11'1 right. title or Interest In th. property its thanks to everyone who helped or
.(, I I Control0813 herein described. contributed in any way to( the sue /
:" ',';0"" YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for People) believe If you catch a falling ,cess of the show.
mortgage regarding the 'leaf,you will have e good end happy
,following Florida: property In Bradford County. 'We. Fish Dinner $1.99

-\ ZONING NOTICE Description lots 67 (Combined) A
EARLE R. KRAFT ha mod application parcel of land containing 2.00 ocr...
h' for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 8 In more or less, and lying In the SW1/4.

Agriculture, Open Rural for Overnight the NEl/4 of Section 10. Township 7 (.
" Campground Travel Trailer to th* South Range 21 East, Bradford County r
1f:4J!: ) ;,' Bradford County Board of Adjustment on Florida: said parcel being mar particularly '
; property that I I. classified OR-Opn' described a* follow: ELECT CARL HURST ELECT
W); '1\\';: Rural and described below: The South 262.98 feet of the North :
I i\h;\;,(. :,,S 11 Aero out of parcel 01140-0-00000.. 920.42 feet of tho West 331.29 feet of .
''r, 'f MI\i\ ; Soc. 12. Twn. 3 S.,' Rng.'22 E.. located said SW1/4 of NE1/4, I'" ",
' I o)1a)\('";;t,,, 1.75 mil*. North of Lawtay oH West side Reserving therefrom an easement for P
; 109th Av Ingress. egress and utilities over the
;" ;: :' i. of U.S. 301. pat N.W. i I
' ,.;,\\l,', The Bradford County Zoning Board will Easterly 15.0 feet thereof. "
:F.' J \\SS 1fl,1! r\ the application and make a Above described parcel being con' \ ,t **PElli' ,
( ii I' veyed with a right of Ingress, egrets and ApSEp
}i\\ iJ !Jf:' racommondatlon to th* Bradford County :\ I "I \ .
;, :', ;<<:JI Board of Adjustment| for tholr public utilities over the following d.lCrlbedpare.l. ZJiti s- +: .z r 1 '
, : ; ; p .: \\0 tiY '' t It _> : COI,
" ,. '" ',', ;' bearing to b* hold at 7:30 p.m., In the 'COli.
I. (
The 30.0 feet of the Wester ov RN1yENT
I' II' Northerly erg v ,
i i' "{; }"'I, Commission" mooting room of City Hall. ly .2".IT foot of the SE1/4 of the NE1/4 I t :: C : J ,.R1'EOJS& "
, ,fl'\/:;; \ 209 N. Thompson St.. Storks, Florida on and the Northerly 30.0 feet of the Easterly -, >fO ':""} : ,7'O"'L
, .
'r 'f''II'' '' Tuesday August 30. 1988. 993.90 feat and the Easterly 30 feet of .. ''', PEop'lVlJl.Y.
;\"I"A.\::\;\ H !{ ,.',''J,J',' At this limo. all persons will be hoard the West 346.29 feat of the North 92O.42 ''',,'\\I''.,'!., '. ... .
" 'f I ) "
\\\\ :".', .":, concerning this application I a* ipoclfladIn feet of the SW1/4 of NE1/4 of sold Section '''\(,li'\ ", ,
elili 'If.f.I; ; 'I: the Bradford County Zoning Cod**. I 10.Also. "
. \ Director .
\IfWI Zoning commence of a concrete monument '
11+ ,' ", 1 B.CB. of ADJ. BRADFORD COUNTY '
;\\ located at the Northwest comer of ,
!\\'ii t :ltd" Itchg 8/11 the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of sold Section 10 ,

tr k 1':\ a !J.1;'1 Control 0812, and run South 0 degrees, 07 minute and TAX COLLECTOR' *" 1 1COMPETENT
ii { J \' 19 second East along the Westerly
j 1 i i
;,' ,. '1' r 11<.;). NOTICE OF boundary thereof 157.72 feet to the AND KNOWLEDGEABLE PERSONNEL MAINTAINED '

,\,:;.19( Slat.llood
'i'A'it;; !J&. i/' Commllonr will sealed bid on Of County Road 229 (formerly
i \Ir.I' i '1: l1" Monday. Sptombr opon 12. 1988 a* 10:00: S-229)): thence: South 77 degrees,, 14minute QUALIFIED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR MONIES AND BUSINESS CONDUCTED THROUGH TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE
and 19 seconds East, said
;I.\, \, \, \I;,, \, : / --atm. In tho County C-I..lonoralloom Southerly* boundary. 409.77 feet along to the SPEAK A KIND WORD IN BEHALD OF CARL HURST,TO YOUR FRIENDS, & NEIGHBORS
I"" ;" ,' ,"'\:" ,,; at the Bradford County Courthouse,
',i ': lV"; !;,}" Stork. Ft.. for a NEW BOOKMOBILE forth centerline of an existing road for Pointof
";!' Id; \>1, Bradford' County Public LibraryDoportmont. THE EVENT YOU DID NOT READ THE ,
:, '", ,''N.I\\, For coplo of the .pacification width and lying 30.0 feet on each side of 1988. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND MAKE YOUR DECISION TO ELECT A MAN WHO LIVES. IN BRADFORD,

, \I...:';:!'\\i\:; or any questions regarding this o Point centerline of Beginning described thus a*described follow). From, run COUNTY WHERE YOU PAY YOUR TAXES AND SALARY.,TAX COLLECTOR. '
' ,; ) \\ \\lri'( bid pleas' contact M*. Susanne Crum
' 'I South 0 degrees,' 07 minute and 19
: : Director of Public Library at ((904))
: ,
'iij '," ,
\, seconds East with tho
parallel Westerly
:k'ytt 4-MOO Mr. Esther B.- Ellron.
( A\\tri'\\ ,, or
I ,. )iJi' ,J'' :"'I"r 'County Finance Dlroctor' at ((904)) boundary of said NE1of ,NE1/4 a I I
%,' distance of 378.18 feet thence South 15 Candidate challengesanother'sresidenty.
: : .tilli"\i 1 9o4-280. enct. 250.
: .;''t\j'/r\ : )'1 ".e":, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : degrees, 19 minute and 41 seconds ,
374.69 foot thane South 20
\ : West, -

;ril/, I,('"j\I II" '':"JI''! ANY AND All PROPOSAL OF BIDS FOR degrees East, 333.96 44 foot minute to the and and 49 of seconds told 60 87 USA TWII "She nomoteaded the property Feb. U. lies"' lain two borne" Tnl to mine, all mine. That b
ii"1 ;[,'t 'THE NEW. ',.It. 'OIILE. for the tint time, lie laid about Hair home In his,"she said referring to her husband's home.
"r,:,,,' hl,X" )j!. \ LAWRENCE MOSLEY.CHAIRMAN. foot road and the beginning of a rood 20 An* wyf e..rrSTARKETax Green. Acre west of Stark Before that Hunt Concerned that the residency question would be
;":t\\ iU l ',' feet In width and lying 10 foot on each Collector Esther Hall does not ald. Hall' husband always filed for the family' raised as an election Issue, Hall contacted Devld
"I;' 1'\\\W' .I;') .'!:>i',' Commissioners side of sold centerline; thence continue his In Cook ,
,," Board of County really lives Bradford County seconding. to tee homesteading exemption. no property Clay an attorney for till lax collectors'
. South 20 degrees, 44 minutes and 49 "
'",,,: f .)tk'1 ,GILBERT BROWN man challenging. per for tut Jots Carl Hunt, a gas ,Co nl1. association.
+ seconds told centerline,
East along
? ,ijli'J) :' Clerk to the. Board utloo owner. '
},{, Vj '1Y 2tehg 8/11-18 30.88 feet; thence South 21 degree. 12 Hall nyt art dot live la the county She ha* Hall azplalned. after she and builder John R. A memo dated March IT, 1(81.:from the attor
,''i"!:.k'JJ{ ,1r"f' Control!0814 minute and 57 seconds East, 32.16 feet hid to deal) with Hunt's ell...* tofore. I Hall were married In 1079.they decided to keep, ney's firm concluded I Ia clear that a husband
, I, "" >,?.1Wtf 1 :". to the end of said centerlln Hilt, who hat held Her 143.300 Job for the tost the homestead exemption' on his property. Famine and wife living as a family unll may only claim
" ,1t.l'f ,,,\\I: ; Ha been filed against you and you eight years lists Her address on campelcn forma are only allowed one homestead exemption one homestead exemption la Florida However,
,, I.." ";p",,, f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH are required to serve a copy of your u 407 Lorenzo Drive.SUrkt. Her voting card!,car In Florida.After her own horn wu built In Stark this limitation does not limit couple's ability to
,. :f'tJq;( "'y+L', JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR. BRADSt written defenses If any to It on JamesR. Ug and driver* license are registered Ia Bradford la lisa,,the family decided to maintain the exemption establish separata residences.'*

'.1, ': 'I' 'I '\\o\\k"'ii\\ whose address I. 409 West Georgia I Hall nld Monday the doe I Irixwlthla the.diy Hunt said 'be does not Intend to file a lawsuit
,\ r'i. ':" ''iM."", :'W ,' CASE NO. M-40-CF Street Stork, Florida 32091 on the orbefore limit Md tkil Hunt brought IP Krnllw. Charges 'Hall said she. decided to homestead her propert against. Hall to prove he hi right"Intend to beat
"/ f I,1' "', September 12. 1988. and file this to show Bradford County residents her" he said. "I /Just think I can do a better/job."
' "' :; + ;:+t '' when III raa a* untuecMcnil race apum her .la / year
: VS! { !: w. original with tho Clerk of this Court MO. She was unchallenged M 1M4.I Out "I really de own my own 110"""'." Hall said she. already does her |ob.well and .has
,: ;'" '".'1\"';;)I! 'I.; either before service on. Plaintiffs otherwise Attorney deal know else kb mothra. ,W M. ....about But she declined to say where she spends most successfully: managed to keep up with change.
;'::-J} ','' DIVISION3'U1' or Immediately ; Hunt.PeopW know I live .here." oilier Urn. "I'm back and forth continuously.", that Include computerization of license tag filing. -
; be entered
'." I. a default will against hi filled with dothes." and taxes. "I (hint I do a good /Job" she.
(< But Kul'll.'" Hall really live at her kuttwad' ft*aid "Right BOW my car properly
''':,'''i4,;'1),1 I} fir IN lIE: THE ESTATE OF SR. you for the relief demanded In the. 11_Pouts ef Like Geneva la day Covaty. Hall said. It la not unusual for a family to main. said."1 would like,to continue..",11I.1111 people."
':' ',',:: !t, f I"" CECIL JUDSON DANIELS. plaint.
. : i:j Deceased DATED on July,29 190$.
'W\ "


AND ALL ', I' : ," '"
administration. of tho Estate of Cecil Jud-. THANK YOU '

ton o-l ii. Sr.. decreased file number'

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,IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA degrees, 55 minutes and 14' seconds Stork. Purchasing' Deportment Deliveryof -

I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR West parallel with the Southerly boun. said pip will'"* bid two ways. ((1)) A' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
,BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA dory of said NEI/4 of NEI/4 a distanceof truck load and as noodod basis, ((2)) One OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
160,00 feet to the Point of Beginningof complot delivery of all It....... Delivery CIRCUIT IN AND FOR '
CIVIL, ACTION sold centerline. From Point of Beginning raquiromant ore 30 day delivery from BRADFORD COUNTY,
'. ,
i thus' described continue South 89 award of bid. ( FLORIDA

REQUEST FOR BIDS 'Dated July 19. 1988. .CASE NO:',86-456-,CA::"I.1:}; : '.degrees, 55 minutes and 14 seconds, The City reserves the right to occopt or CASE NO 88,472.CAIN
West "
THE CITY Of LAWTEY will b. loklng TO THE DEFENDANTS BEULAH '. \' 'P ""I'* parallel with said Southerly boundary rotoct any or all bids.For : / .
tJ. KITE ,: 469,71 feet; thence North 77 RE The Morriogi of
bids 6n the Improvement of South Park 'COOLBAUGH, HER HEIRS DISTRIBUTEES Plaintiff, degrees. 14 minutes and 19 seconds ,SHIRLEY A. .ALBERT, :
Street', from Weil lake Str..t to Adams ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS IN INTERST, The City Commission
Str..Improvement will .be to widen AND TO ANY OTHER KNOWN AND West, 330.12 feet to the Easterly. boundary Neil C. Tucker Wife
treet to 20 ft. for a distance of 901 ft. to UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS NOT OTHER vs. of the right of 'way of a County City Clark and
graded ,rood and the end of said HERBERT L,:ALBERT,
provide a 12 ft. wid. entrance drive to WISE SERVED WHO ARE HEIRS AT LAW
fire Station from South Pork Street, apeproelmot.ly ,DISTRIBUTEES ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS RANDALL MANNING and centerline. 8/1 Itchg Husband
160 ft. to concrete apron IN INTEREST TO, RICHARD H. TINA MANNING' Has .been filed against you and youore Control 0803
bids mutt .be received by 12.00 noon COOLBAUGH DECEASED: Defendants.. required to serve a copy of your NOTICE OF ACTIONTO '
on August 20 1988. written defenses.; If any to It on JamesR. HERBERT I. ,ALBERT Address
The foregoing Summons Is served '
7/31 4tcha 8/11 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Flynn. Esquire Attorney for Plaintiff Unknown
upon you by publication pursuant to an RANDALL whose address I. 405. West YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that .
Control 07BS order of the Honorable Charlxs B. Swart- : MANNING and TINA : Georgia IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH an action
MANNING addressunknown, and all Street Storke.. Florida 32091 on or for dissolution of marriage and
wood, Justice of the Supr.m. Court of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
before September 12. 1988 and file, the other relief has been filed In
SUPREME COURT the State of New York signed the 15th'' parties claiming Interests by through, FORD COUNTY FLORIDA against you
STATE under original with the Clerk of this Court the above styled Court and
NEW YORK or against them and all partieshaving you are required
of N.w
day July 1988 at Elmira York
COUNTY OF CHEMUNG and filed on the 18'1day of July 1988, of claiming lo have any right title either, !before: service on Plaintiff' Attorney CASE NO.: 88.108.CA to serve a copy of your written
SUMMONS AND NOTICE with the Complaint In the office of the ,or Interest In the property herein, or Immediately' thereafter, otherwise ,defenses, it any to sit on TERENCE M.
described a default will .be entered againstyou DIVISION BROWN, Attorney at low Post Office,
Index No.882233RJI clerk of the Court of Chemung. at the :'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED than on action lot for the relief demanded In the Com, Drawer 40,' Storke. Florida 32091;'on or
88-0387-x Chemung County Courthouse, In the
Elmira New York Cityof foreclosure of mortgage regarding the plaint. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE before September !5.! 1988 and file the
DONALD A. EASTON following property in Bradford DATED on July 29 19S8 original with the Clerk of, this ,COurt..lth.r .
and ELAINE t. The object of this action to compel the County ASSOCIATION a corporation "before .
Florida 8111 4tchng 9/1 service on the above named
BURNETT Individually and o. Executor determination of claims adverse to Plaintiff
of the A: parcel of land \.00 Control 0808 attorney or immediately, th.reotl.r.othetWl. ,
ESTATE OF ALBERT L. EASTON those of the plaintiffs pursuant to Article acre, vs.
Deceased; and CHARLES Ww EASTON 15 of the Real Property Actions and Proceedings 'more 0I.less, and lying In the NE 1/4 of i-_ RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON,,Hc.. at ol., .. a DEFAULT will be entered
and GRACE M, EASTON Plaintiffs, Law of the State of Nw York In the NE1/4, of Section 10. Township. 7 Defendant the against Petition you.for the relief, demanded' n'
against follows South Range 2J East, Bradford County,
premises as :
ESTATE OF RICHARD H. COOLBAUGH THAT Florida;: said parcel "being more particularly NOTIC" OF SALE WITNESS my band or < official seal 1 of
and all described a* follows: PUBLIC SALE Notice I I. this Court on this 27th of July 'A.D..
Devisee, Distributee and Helrt situate In the Town of Southport Countyof horob, given that pursuant 1988. '
at law of the Mid Richard H, Coolboogh Chemung and State of New York and Commence of a concrete monument to on order or a summary final Judgment
deceased and olio all persons who by being known and designated as Lot No found at the Southeast corner of said For sale to the highest bidder one (I)' of foreclosure on'.r'MIn, tho abovecopflonod -
NE1/4 of NE1/4 and run North 00 Ill HYDRO-AX with 23 1 x 26 Tires, Sol. GILBERT. BROWN.
purchase or inheritance or atherwite "I':as laid down on a subdivision mop of octlon I will sell the proporty Clerk of the Court ",
hove or claim to hove on Interest In the Liberty Manor made by W,B. Timbrel). degrees, 12 minutes and 55 seconds, date August 16, 1988 situated in Bradford County Florida By Carol Williams,
premise described ,In th.' Complaint Surveyor by survey completed March ,West along the Easterly boundary described a*: '1',
,herein, derived through the sold Richard 20, 1918 and recorded In the Chemung I thereof, 435.00 feet;, thence South 89" Timber jack i Inc. .Lot 1 of Block 1 In White Aero Subdlvi- Deputy Clerk .,.
'H, Coolbaugh or through hit Devisees. County Clerk l Office as Case Map No. degrees, 55 mlnuts and 14'' seconds 1540 South Walnut'Stork. don as recorded In Plot Book 2, page 73 "
(Court Seal) ,
Distributee West, parallel with the Southerly' boundary ., Florida 32091 of the public record of Bradford ,\
or Heirs at Law. or throughany 423, and being a part of the same County Terence M. Brown. P.AAttorneys .'
of them, which Devltees, premises conveyed to Albert L. Easton of sold NEI/4 of NE1/4 a distance,, ,'' Florida. ,
Distributees, Heirs at Law and other!""r. and Dorothy I I. Easton and Charles W. ,of 191.90 feet for the Point of Beginning, 'S/Control U l Itchg of public: sale, to the highest and bost Post Office, for Drawer Wife "40," ,, ,,

sons, if any there .be.:and thelr name* Easton and Grace M. Easton by deed From Point of Beginning thus described. 0802 'bidder for cash at the front door of the Starke. Flordia 32091 ,,""i, ,'"

or. unknown to plaintiff., and all per dated December 4, and recorded In the continue South 89 degrees, 55 minutes --tv Bradford County Courthouse 'In Stork, ((904)) 64.8212' I h" ,.l i' ,
sons who have or make any claim ,Chemung County Clerk Office on and 14 seconds West parallel with said NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida, at.11:00 o.m.i on September 7; ,I .

whatever as executors or administrators December" 30. 1958 in Vol. 510 of Deeds Southerly boundary, 111.20 f..t' thence REGISTER 1988. 1/4 4tchg B',25
of North 00 degrees. 07 minutes and '19 Dale this 4th of ,
any person who may be deceased and at page 353. FICTITIOUS NAME day August 188.
who.If living would have any interest In RICHARD D KEYSER ESQ. seconds West parallel with the Westerly
the premises described In the Complaint DENTON KEYSER LaBRECQUE* MOORE' boundary of said NEI/4 ,of' NEI/4) a Pursuant to Section, 865.09. Florida GILBERT S. BROWN
herein; derived through the sold RichardH Attorneys for Plaintiffs distance of 273.96 feet, thence South 77 ,Statutes, notice 'Is hereby given that the CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
Coolbaugh or his Devisees, Off ice and P.O.Address .degrees, 14 minutes. and 19 seconds undersigned Connie J. Hormone andRe Coral Williams
Distributees, or Heirs at Law, which per. Marine Midland Bonk Bldg. East 17562 feet; thence South,, 00 .. Smith 138 N. 'Waters Street As Deputy Clerk

sons. If any there .be. and their names 150LokeStreef degrees, 07, minutes and 19 seconds Starke, Fl 32091 joint, owners, 'doing ,FREE
ore Unknown to plaintiffs; and BEULAM Elmira*New York 14902: .l"503_ East parallel' with said Westerly boundary business under the firm name of ILLUSIONS (Court Seal)
COOL lAUGH and FAVETTE LEONCOOIBAUGH. 234.93 feet to the Point of Beginning The Hair Studio 138 N WatersSt \ EXPLORING
If Living and If Deceased Telephone(607)( )734-6191 ., Starke, Fl 32091 'Intends to register ,LAWRENCE J. BERNARD. ESQUIRE GOD'S WORD

any and all who would claim through, ,7/28,4tchg 8/18 Control 0790 Reserving' therefrom on easement for sold fictitious, name under the aforesaid ; t I ('[ ,
th.m under circumstances of he( Estate ingress and,egress over the Southerly statute. ,i \ 1 1'\' ,
of Richard H. Coolbaugh' as' set forth 15.0 feet Dated this 9th day of'' August. A.D. J V 1 ,\'' HOME BIBLE STUDY
above, and THE STATE OF NEW YORK STARKECHURCH Above described parcel "being'con- 1988 In Bradford County. ((904)) 384.8488.IW"\' "," ,. J;{,I/\ The Bible Course Is taught In your
Defendants. OF GOD veyed with a rlghVof ingress and egress B/11 4tchg9/| :"V,iiS'' '.i; II!" '\ .i'I"'; "' home free of charge. .
To the above named defendants: over a strip of land Being 30 feet in width Control 0809 'MFC/BL.29 ,,\ t ," "." Thl is b a non-denominational study

You or. hereby summoned to app.or 422 N. ST ClAIR 864-5445' and lying 15.0 feet on each side of the ............... TB'33934. I' ,,I based only on what Thus salth the
f in this action by serving' a notice of appearance 'John SpratUn: Pastor ,following described centerline .FHA 091-145234 270': '2:, ",. word of God*' _
on the plaintiff s .attorney We Invite you worship wlLh us. Commence at the Southeast comer of REQUEST FOR BIDS .. ..;' .. APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C
within thirty ((30)).days after service' of. Attended : the NEI/4 of NEI/4 of Section 10, Tho City of Starke. Is accepting sealed 8/11 4tchg 9/15 ,',I, ,.' j, ,'
this Summons Is complete, and In case of Nursery Township 7 South Range 21 Eosf, Brad-, bids for Water and Sowar pip... Said bids Control O801 ', 782-3303

your failure, to appear, Judgment will betaken Sunday &hool'I rkv lOam ford County Florida and,run North 00 will bo oponod In rogular commission _.__ I
Rev Emmett
against you by default for'the Morning Worship .III, ., lIam degrees, 12 minutes and 55 seconds mooting at 7;30 p.m., August 16,. 1988 BrightTo
Evening Service f. iuy 6pm and road schedule your /horr.e bible!
aloud for
West. along the Specifications tho
demanded Easterly boundary'
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.,complaint filed Wednesday Youth ''. :,i'..\. TOpm: for additional Information
study or
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Tornado's Hope to Have the Experience Edge When Season Begins I


Eight returning offensive starters 8-2 last year, Coach Hurse says.
and seven returning defensive In 1984 the Tornadoes played for
starters will give the 1988 Bradford the state championship and were
High football team an edge that has 11-1. Rebuilding the Tornadoes
been lacking the past few years. were 2-8 after that big year,and Im-.
v Another edge'will come from a proved to 5-5 last season.
'better understanding of the wing-T '"There U a little more experiencethan -
".. offense by veteran Coach David we usually have at this point,"
"" Hurse who traveled to three clinics says Coach Hurse, quietly confident}
this summer, talking to other going into the 1988 season.A .
::.""rr 1 coaches about the Deleware wlng-T, full backfield of returning
the offense the Tornadoes went to starters is expected to return in run.
the second game of the 1987 season. ning backs Rodney Mosley and Greg
The winged-T Is an open run and Pittman, fullback Clint Reed, and
gun offense using two split ends and quarterback John Berry. Reed is a
fast linemen The Tornadoes, Coach junior,
Hurse explains, aren't big enough to On the line,split end Shawn Diggs,
blow people off the line of scrim tight end Ed Douglas guard Chris
mage. Durban, and center Terry
,a. So, the smaller BHS players must Whitehead, all starters last .year,
use their speed and strength to best are expected back. Durban missed
advantage by devising a running spring drills when a muscle pulled
and passing attack using fast away from the vertebra in his neck
linemen to pull and get ahead of the That has healed sufficiently for Durban
ball carrier to play with a neck pad with
BHS was 5-5 last season. If he'd which he has been, outfitted, but
known last season what he now there may be some pain. Durban an
knows it would be entirely possiblethat
the Tormdoes'would have been S.. P.a. 11*


Preparing for Football Pr ctice...: K d 21' 1r

Coach Mike Sexton center in background, lecture and demonstratreson
the Intricacies of how to play Sam linebacker .defensive end on the strong; or wide side of the field.,
to Tornado coaches Jeff Zuraff. Mike At right Offensive Line Coach Lanier Clyat, studies the Tornado play I
Guiterrei. Brett Purdy Roland dimming, and Head book. ,. '
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I Tornados Begin ,Practice Face\ Flagler, ,:""'Palm Coast in Openerexperienced

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'Coach Hurse is concerned about Upcoming Season... : Coach Hurse has said since last coach at'P.K. Yonge i for 1 15 ,
with years
guard speed, la the '
pected out. He'l a tough football ex- Strength high humidity of an athlete, which faster sapps than the Baker High(Macclenny and Sant...'year good,the football 19 a Tornadoes will be a and I in Georgia for 10( yean
team because of the
player says Coach Hurse, ",. ta Fe will be tough games in the 1988
.a anything else.: The coach'recalledone 'returning
definite asset." season, Coach curse predicts. t players. And, he's said
On the defense, the starters from players! year would of high go for humidity half an when hour West Nassau is big and runs' .the ,next year should be even better. //lis'baseb U coaching experience
last year expected to return are: end and be completely worn out. winged some.Fernandina. is: Leon High,Tallahassee, 3 years. .
Jimmy Long, tackle Dane Clark; New. Coach.. 38W-16L; Charlotte High School, ln '
linebacker Keith Jenkins, Physicals Required.., Beach has huge PUnta Gorda, 4 yrs., 48-23: ; Glenn- .y+
linebacker Bill ville II S.,Georgia, 4 44-21,and .r
Hamilton, rover tackles, In the 240 pound range. yrs.
Before a student practice foot- Gutierrez, coachedat
back Rodney Mosley, and defense can 68, who Union High, 2 yrs., 15-31,
back Lance Wiggins. ball, a physical,examination,Is,re- Union, County High for the past
Wiggins are Juniors. Jenkins and quired. The Baker game is at Macclennyand two season, has Joined the BHS Coach Hurse Gutierrez
Players may' go ta'their' family is the fourth game.Coach Hurse coach staff. the maturity says and provides
Practice Set... doctor if they wish. hopes to come into the Baker game 'the Tornado football needs.
i And,Dr. Pete Glanas scheduledto 3-0 and to have gotten his inext program
;Football practice begins Monday give physicals to players at 10, perlenced players some, varsity ex- The varsity staff for 1988 remains
Aug.For u. a.m. Saturday.Aug:13, at his officeon perience.The .Coach Gutierrez,who has 15 yearsof stable. Hurse coaches the offensive
first week the gridden will, Edwards Road. Cost: $5. experience as a head football backs'Lanier Clyatt,,the offensive
and undergo two-a-day drillsat 9 a.m. Parents must also sign the 1988 season opens Sept.9,just ,coach, will be the head junior varsity line, Mike Sexton the defense line,
5 School .
p.m. starts Aug.22 and physical form,giving their sons permission four weeks away, at Flagler Palm football coach and the head and Roland Cummings the defensive'
the (Hidden will then go into.pads., to play, Coast, baseball, coach. He was .the head backs. Coach Mike Gult.rr.t
Cam*'o, HJ from UHS

I 'Worth Noting

_ACT Test BASIC and Software- Applications.The Real Estate ClassAt The '120 hour non-credit course.Is Homicide Victim noon in 'a ditch of water east' of
At Starke Center Computer Lab has newly installed designed/ to develop a degree: of skill Starke.
IBM PC Computers with 640K SFCC Starke CenterReal for nurses aides that will meet nurs Found Wednesday; The homicide vie l Im, Edward
Any student planning to take full Ram,as compared to 256K on the old Estate Principles, Practicesand tog/ home standards. Graduates The lack Aldridge. 25, of Star had, beenthere
time classes at Santa Fe Community equipment which more than License Law will be offered at would Assistants become Certified Nursing found Wednesday, August> 10,,after since late Tuelo..av
College should take the ACT Test as required Florida
to by
the SFCC Starke Center in the Fall
be administered at the Starke doubles their capacity; The new aw ..
Center computers are more versatile and Semester. The four credit course' The cost of the Is -
15. Vote
on August course. approx For & Elect
easier which students for thi
The test will be promptly at to operate. prepares imately $80V which includes ap-
I In addition to''basic classes in state real estate licensing exam wil plicaton, MITCHELLBROWN
'8:30 a.m. There is no charge for the tuition lab fees and book. ,
test but the student must complete Math English Science, History. meet on Tuesday, evenings Iron'August Applicants must take the TABS
Social Sciences and Humanities,the 22 to December 13. The costof
test at the Bradford Vo-Tech .
application to the College prior to : Center.
taking the ACT. Fall Schedule includes Introductionto the course js $88.'Students who
Business General Psychology. have never taken a Santa Fe course
American Government ,Spanish, .must pay a.$20 registration! fee Report Monday County Commission Dlst.One,
Registration Now First Aid Major Religions of\the, Students can register at the Starke, For Cross'Country
20th Century and Business Law ,. Center from 8 to 4 daily, and from 6'
Underway at SFCC, Santa Fe's VA Representative,B. to 8 p.m. Thursday, August!: 4. AII'interested boys and girls are' o He wilt be a working Commlsslonci. ,
Registration began this week for ,J. Jackson will be at the Starke asked by Coach George Loper to o He will use our tax dollars wisely I
Fall 1988. classes at the Santa Fe Center on Friday, August 19 from .Nursing Assistant report at 9 a.m. Monday Aug. 15.to o He wilt serve each and everyone fairly and In' 'sly
Community College Starke Center in 1:30: to 4:30 to assist students with Course Offered the Bradford Middle School gym. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT''
the renovated historic;courthouse on their, problems. First cross country meet is GREATLY,APPRECIATED
( West Call Street. Registration( continuing daily at Local: residents:who are interestedin scheduled Sept. 10. pd. poL adv,
With upgraded.equipment in the the SFCC Starke Center from 3 10 taking a Nursing Assistant Coursein
Computer Lab,increased interest is a.m. to 4 p.m. ,. Starke this Fall (starting August
expected in the classes in Introduc- For more information, please call 22) should contact the.Santa Fe -
tion to Computers Programming in 964-5382. Community College Starke.Center.


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STARKE' ;DAYCARE IS MOVING'TOANEW ,' :' September -13,., '1988 4.

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'" Working' to make, 'Bradford,: -.L f Bradford County

'' = County :schoots' the,Best for B '23,Years Local Law'Enforcement,

: r granddaughter"' -\

: As Sheriff, I: Will:

,..,.;;'One'.e: ; rjeent're'Sorror Be An Active 'Working Sheriff:' '
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:',,?QDJ1E' '' anting to _...i, ,

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\ ", Establish 'and ,Efficient
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a 1 d/ ',Law Enforcement Program Within the

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'* ,Establish. a ,Close Working RelationshipWith
The future Bradford: County'rests' with over 4,000'' All ,Law Enforcement Agencies, to

kidslike; Danielle. It Is up to us andour schools ,to :r; Eliminate the Growing ,Crime\ and '.Drug

prepare them for their future.., Problem Within Bradford County

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The Bradford .School Board establishes "'
County, "
Have .An Active Made of
: :. Auxiliary Up ,
policies that directly impacts 4200, students, five "

hundred has'an annual,'operating ,Certified 'Officers ,.

budget of$14,50,000.00.,

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Keep a caring honest, dedicatedand' ", experienced. ,<, on-'Crime and ,Drug ,Education,
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12A TELEGRAPH August II,19H8

I DOC -Site Approval Holds Up ,4-Party 'Recycling' ,
: 'Making the Right ,Choice,!

by'Joe Glssy '- sioners ,,,., uiuun, ....**.,. sections or modules,and each works' a conveyor- and baled-for recycling.
BCT Staff Writer Carter, Bradford and James Croft. independently of the 'others. A
The New River Solid Waste ,Baker County system can be custom designed to fit Waste Flow...
Association is ,attempting to get the needs of the user, modules in-. The material is received at a Tipp-
Grant Programs.., cluded or omitted as,the need dictates .
things rolling on establishing s ing Floor, where large items are ELECl "
Baker County, Engineer Frank I INTEGRITY
recycling and waste disposal system removed manually. Materials are \
for the tri-county area of Bradford Darabi i explained the possibility of The system can be housed in a 60 then loaded on to a lift conveyor, '.
Baker and Union counties. obtaining a grant from the Farm by 200 feet building, and can handleup which transports them to the Weed n
Continuing to be a holdup .is the Home Administration for up to half to 300-tons per day, or about,,10 ,of a slow speed shredder which yM r
Department of Corrections who was the costs of the installation,and hop- tons per hour. The system would reduces them to a uniform size. DEDICRTION'
expected to provide land for a landfill ing to obtain a matching grant from greatly extend the life of a landfill, They are dropped onto a sorting Conveyor MAN
and the, site for a recycling planton the state for'the remaining half, reducing the amount of wastes to be where plastics and textiles are I"
state lands near EUlerbee curve in Money is available from Pie buried by 85 percent. In addition, removed. Ferrous metrals are OF I ':OMMIJTMENT
Union County. This location is cen- FmHA this year,but application has significant Income is realized 'by removed by magnets and rollers,,
sale of the
located for to be made by October. Loan money recyclable materials. and fine
trally the\ three counties, grass, dirt and small articles
being about 10 miles, from Lake and Grant monies are both available' 50 to 60 percent of wastes are removed for compost.
Butler, 13 miles from Macclenny, for use in,setting Up a recycling generated are cardboard and paper. At the next stage, an air separa-
system, but are not available for All of this waste can be pressed into
and 15 miles from Starke. tion process, heavy fractions are ROSSCHANDLER
,Sixty days is the longest we can building a landfill, Darabi said. The pellets for fuel or baled for recycl- dropped through an opening while ,
wait: said Darrell 0'Neal, Solid funds could be used for setting up the ing.. : lighter materials (aluminum and
Waste Director of Bradford County Lundell System, which the Association any remaining plastics and textiles)
Only 1 to 5
percent of
and Interim Chairman of the has been considering. wastes Is
glass. This can be are by fir to. the aluminum
Association. If land ia not forthcoming separator
from DOC, we will have to look ,The Lundell System ..., and from resold a conveyor for recycling,separated by color Materials are either baled to be 'County Commission-Dlst. 1
for a site elsewhere. he said. The Lundell system claims to be ,finely ground and included or It can be .sold for, recycling or pelletized for
Each of the county commissions, able to recycle more than 85 percentof compost material and sold in the fuel. Vote for a Better Future tn Bradford County
have appointed two members to sit' wastes. Jt has, according to its agricultural soil as an n

on. the Governing Board of the builder, the, only mechanical Tires and textiles ammendment.cart be used in .. ......'.. .. ..'...........'A'.uu, pd pol I. adv
Association. The official Board met aluminum separator available.It incorporates the fuel pellets or baled for VWJ VXVZWWVW "
for the first time Monday night an automatic ferrous recycl-' 5J
August 1,and elected officers.Com steel separation process, automatic ing.White
goods (
missioner ,Joe Riddick Bradford glass separation, automatic stoves, appliances) and refrigerators other large, RE ELECT, &: KEEP
County was seated as Chairman, stainless steel, brass and nonferrous items such as mattresses
and furniture
Commissioner Marvin Pritchett, heavy fraction separation '
Union- County was, elected Vice automatic compost separation and: the tipping items floor.are hand separated at \' ESTHER S.HALL.
Chairman, and Commissioner automatic to be e
paper separation Wood products and .. '
yard trash
George Knabb; Baker County was ,made into fuel pellets or can be bal- be chipped for mulch or included can in ; ,
elected Other ed for selling. the ,
'members of,them>> .are Commis The system is designed In ten feet Plastics compost can material.be hand picked from .'w, .\1

I Rec. Dept.
'1. Born In Lawtey..,
(' 2. Graduated from Bradford County High School
( Two after-school programs, soccer Registration fee:'$7, which Will keep the program going strong this 3..Life resident of
for boys and girls ages 4-7,and cover the cost of a shirt that your .year. Flag football is basically a ',no long Bradford County
flag football for boys and girls ages child may ,keep. If ,enough par contact' sport, and is designed to\, 4. Many years experience in the Tax Collector's
8-12, will be offered this Fall by the' ticipants register ,early, the shirts teach basic football skills. r Office
Starke Recreation Department, according can be handed out at the first game. "The main purpose of both these 5. 8
to Director Cheryl Godwin. Team schedules will be out the last sports is to offer young children an years experience as tax collector
Registration will take place Mon- day of clinics. activity in.which they can have a i 6. 8 years of perfect audits while Tax Collector
,day.Aug. 29, through Friday, Sept. "We are trying the soccer program good time l 11 hope your child will enjoy 'TI 7. Honest sincere and dedicated
1 r again by request, says Ms. playing in our fall program," : 8.
friend in
Godwin. ""Hopefully, we can get says Ms. Godwin. Keep a the Court House
Clinics are set Sept.19,20,22,from enough T-Ball players from our 9. Keep ESTHER S.HALL working for you as
3:15-4 p.m. for soccer and 4-5 p.m. summer program. interested in play Co-Ed: Softball... t Tax Collector
,for flag football.All practices are set .ing soccer," !
football Anyone interested in having a coed 10.Vote for & Re-Elect ESTHER S.;HALL for
at Pratt Street Field. Games 'The flag program was Softball team, please contact the
.f scheduled to begin Sept.26 successful last fall and. we hope to Recreation Dept.,phone 96+6792. pd.pot.sdv- Tax Collector'

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'.' Human Skull May Be Clue \.

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To Indian Burial GroundsDiscovery'of / ,, ;..-..!-. jft('

a human skull and however, until after an 'administrative r \ \
other bone fragments In an area hearing is held on the ",J" "':' 1"(
:within four miles of the site proposed allegedly flawed site selection pro- ". "1 .
for a hazardous waste treatment .cess employed by DER and its con- .. \ :" ,"' .... .. l
facility, indicates that this part of suiting' firm, Roy Weston, Inc. The J" .\
Bradford and Union Counties may survey would also wait the outcome ,, .
I ,
\ : be replete ''with Indian burial ,of any further court action possibly "" '. .. ,"

: '',,:, .::1.1 mounds, taken by U-CAP'hearing,after the administrative .-" '::;:.:\, : : '

accidental find was made by
Clifton The Rosier while digging for Attorneys for DER: and U-CAP '
,, until August 15 to' .i ,
other in a swamp area in have been given
: purposes
date ,for the administrative
\ ,' New River The complete skull with negotiate a 4 itt
teeth still Intact was under several .
\\1" feet of earth and was Inspected by .. "
", archeologist with tf the recently unearthed skull ..
Ken Johnson, an f ; ,,, -' .
; the Florida State Museum, .in proves to be of Indian (or Asian ,.. ,. -
1,1 .
} derivation since American Indiansare "
',;,: Gainesville. '
: believed to have emigrated from ,
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I : '" Johnson says he has not yet made Asia to the North American continent '.'
', ': a firm-determination whether the p by Crossing the Bering Strait to !1

:. ,J, ." skull is Indian or not since the 1a Alaska) it would be a major factor in .' Ie. ''I, ... .." ,
,i. ''.".. teeth were worn down too much to the final decision'on the'EllerbeeCurve .' :,.t'l
use in identifying race. site. :
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the hazar- if'i'
The controversy over .
.. Florida Statute, Chapter 872, for- site has been ongoingfor
dous waste
bids disturbance of bodies and +ie
graves any, including ones that are un- more than a year i and continue due to the for tt.iV, )' 'J..
marked. This would apply to Indian months may t
before being resolved. JY.ffff JI/d"r/
and the American many F
burial grounds, .,. w
Indian Movement, an organization ,,,: "
r, Ii.\
',:: "' ,',:. based in Atlanta, has expressed in- Found NearHazardous .'-__' .:. ".' ,\;, ;'.t'

',: .,'1'\ : terest In the burial ground protec- Waste SUe,.. 'W, .
Ellerbee Curve site ..:f
, V 1 f"pN! :' ,' on a of Raiford. Clifton ROller at right, holds a ':J'f'' '
i 'rfl\\ \\' \:,', This site waschosen by DER human skull, accidentally ) I ''II-'
I, 0 },;,rp>*(;'J (Department of Environmental 1 uncovered while digging in New :r.\ ..'
y'J ..state's En- Lyl
:\\f" Regulation) 'and the River Swamp about four I1.lIea from

vironmental Regulation Commis- .t, the proposed hazardous waste; .!te.
sion for a treatment facility to han- ,
dle an estimated 100,000 tons of Young Juon Wilkinson _tau by ,
'. ', ( hazardous waste annually, from all. displaying a cue of bonr.alndJ..allns'that ..... ....., 11 -J I
parts of Florida. five''bodies were burled' at this" '
one lite."
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the Bureau of Historic Preservation Preservation Ser-, 'Indian 'ToolsArtifacts I I .
Archeological such these scrapers
before the
i vices, said Tuesday that knives and flakes have been found at
be submittedto
Union County site can sites in Bradford and Union Coun' '
the Governor"and Cabinet for final ties. Archaeologists are trying to FALL 1988' CALENDAR
DER must conduct an archeological -
"; survey of the Ellerbee reconstruct DeSoto's route' through. Santa Fe=Community College -
Curve area. No action will be taken this area. ," SF c :,)X'\J\: ':" .'

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RECYCLE,' 10 00 am.pm.. Moonday.....,:.,. Sopf. 5..,........_--..,.. Labor Day Houdav (College olosod)
',' :, .: I'' HOW TO ."..."". ..sd, oy...,.......Aug 4.:................' eglsllofton 000 a rt1. d OOp.mf: { I Friday. .............. OcT 26........... .....,.. No CIO.. .'(College Open) .. ,
; : r & 600 p.m.,'800 p.m. Ftday.. ........ Nov 1 I----------------, ... Veleron's' Do" Holiday (Collego Clc iou)
'. ', ," .". FrkjoyAug. 5.; ..:.....,". ... Regl."otlon 1000 o.rn'"4 00p m. Wedne.day.? ..Nov.16..... M..la.1:. day to drop ctass.s and have ,
ALUMINUM GLASS Wed ..fri....,... Aug 17.19.,.........,. nodular Regl'rotlon' 10.00 a m4 CXJp.m. tours. r.moved from tecotd .
'. CARDBOARD Ttxrsday; ......... Aug. 18evening: Regl'rollon' 6 00 p 111.-800 p.m. ,Wednesday..,NOlI. 23 ,.....,,........ No Evening Classes "
,:: f "nan ACKITICI' I 0TIIS AND MKSONIVI ftlday.._._...". Aug. 19..t Regular RegISlraIiOn 10.00 a.m.OOpm ThIJr..F4............. Nov,24. 25............. ThonluQvlng, Holidays (College Closed)
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I Four Teens Arrested .in 'Clay, I HOME .

Next TQ Wlno Dixie.Starke\

Local Auto Thefts SolvedAs SPECIAL

'r .
many as sixty' auto thefts Arrested were a 17-year old 1 _? Welcomes A ,, MOBILE HOME 3 TON .
,within the last six months may be Jacksonville youth charged with $1' .1
cleared with the arrest of four three counts grand theft auto flee- New Comer TO'The CENTRAL AIR I I y O 'Install**
Jacksonville teenagers. The auto ing and attempting. to elude police World Of Hair... 'A top-notch unit designed Subject availability'
theft ring has been operating in Clay officers, wilful wanton reckless Michele McCallum for mobile/ hornet.
Denise f i
and Duval Counties according to drlvintg, carrying a concealed Priced fromTues.Sat
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee.The 'firearm and three 14-year-old,, Single-Wide: .
arrests came after a week 'Jacksonville juveniles,charged with + I
long surveillance at the Orange three counts grand theft auto, IAXVe
Park Mall for the auto thieves. The possession of controlled substance 10am''Til' 6pm or 8pm QS ; ,
sheriff said he sent a surveillanceteam Sheriff Murrhee said numerous .
to the mall as' a result of other multi-junsdictional chargesare -1I..6' Denise Gv 1103 WALNUT. ST. STARKE 964-7701
several auto thefts there in the last ,pending \. : .o. -
two weeks."We were able to profile
those thefts and felt as i if these Individuals
would hit again. We were
just unsure of when so: the nnDixieSERVICE"
surveillance was continued and we PP
are now confident we have the persons
responsible for the thefts,"said,
About 4:10: p.m. August 2 sheriff's :, I '
investigators at the mall observedtwo -7.YOU WALK 7NROUGNTHE,
late model Chevrolet Camaros ar e t7' DOOR. YOU'LL FIND A
(lOne red and one blue In color) driving -
around the parking lot. When ,, 11 GENUINE SMILE: AND A,
registration checks were made of I ;' RIENDLX HELPFUL ATTITUDE
the tags, they did not match the, I
short time later the red Camaro left
the area and was found by one of the /"e" NUT" MWPf STARKE aM.M14ENten ..lllFpax w+onWIMOW .. Come on in we'll treat 'you right.
deputies abandoned at a conve- ........
nience store on Wells Rd. The blue
.Camaro was now found to be oc
cupied by all four Individuals.When 4Qpea3 '
deputies approached the blue .
Camaro it fled north on Blanding /
'Blvd Camaro with was deputies apprehended in pursuits and The the i"i! I f--I

juveniles arrested. Both of the '.. .. Us.cH: 1
Jacksonville.Camaros were stolen_ earlier in 11N, 'UI. a '

"The kids had stolen these cars I W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
and were 'casing' the Orange Park DELI W-D MILD, MED IUMHOT BEEF'
(Mall to steal more. Fortunately our PRICES GOOD
surveillance team was able to pre-' BOILED 17ED988 WHOLE''' HOG BONELESS -
vent that,"said Sheriff Murrhee AUGUSTIT'
When the youths were arrested a
.22 caliber pistol was found under HAM ti?a'ER SAUSAGE CHUCK ROAST
the seat of the vehicle with ammuni, :
tion for the pistol found in the pocketof
one of the kids. Narcotics were ..
also found in the vehicle, howeverthe
sheriff said he was unsure of the $ 49
$ 47
type until a laboratory analysis
,'could be made.

Lawtey Man Charged' LB, LB. LB. '

With,Theft of,Rifle "
,.'A..25-yearold' Lawtey man I was MIRINDUI I"H WHOLI (SLICED rill) T FARMSTEAD IONILISSCRE '

charged, August,' 8 with stealing a rifle '' E '2 $55'CJ ,SMOKED 97'c PORK $437

A shed behind Marvin Rosier's il
home in Lawtey was found broken PIES. ." ;FOR 'HAMS . CHA OPS '. u
into and a rifle missing according to
Deputy. J. B. King: '
A short time later two men that,
returned the rifle MEDIUM 41-50 COUNT t.
,worked for the city BEEF BONELESS
to Rosier and said they had found it WHITE = = SHOULDERPICNICS CHUCK '
under a bush. Witnesses said they S ,' :
u s
,had seen Jerome Lee with the rifle SHRIMP STEAK
and had witnessed him .firing .the '

gun.. Lee was' arrested' 'and charged .$4 99 .. $19,7 .'
with grand theft and burglary, said ,
King. Bond,was set at 5000. La. t&r
a TO 11-LB. PKQ
Foot Patrol Nets GROUPER Ia FRYER
Burglary Suspect FILLETS ( II THIGHS

A, 25-year-old Starke man was
charged with burglary after he was
found Inside the Bradford County $ 9
Health Department August 4 by 59 48CEVERYDAY
plainclothes officers on foot patrol. u .. { t
Thomas Lee Franklin was arrested t
and charged with,,burglaryand
possession of burglary tools according ,
to Investigator Michael Me- '
Clain. Bond was set at $2,000, he remains -
In custody LOW '
Additional charges for the recent
burglary of Skeeters will be placed
against Franklin this week,said Mc-,
Clam. .
: While on foot patrol at 1:45 am.
,Lt John Hodges, Investigator Mc-'
Susan Wilkerson observed a broken
'window in the Environmental Ser-

vices building of Building on Church revealed Street..A intruders -' Il' FOR KIDS MADISON HOUSE:
search the no
health 'department but during a building'search of next the' 25 0 O'FF. : 'CREST,5UPERBRAND 8. : POT

door a rear door was found open.., y'TOOTHPASTE r MARGARINE PIES'GREETING
Franklin was found by McClain in' OUR ENTIRE LINE OF : ,z : ,
one of the clinic rooms with a
.screwdriver in his hand. Franklin '
was told to drop the weapon and fall < ,
on his knees. He was taken into 00 $1'28' 4$109
,custody,and,charged with the of <> 64 or. 3LB. '
Tense Officers' 'started' walking their', CARDS_ : _I' TUBE, CUP ",

beats last week instead of using cars '
to try to reduce a-recent rash of [ ifl WITH PACKAGE FREE CONDITIONED IN SPECIAL TWIN-PACK '.

break-ins in the area.Burglaries are PERMA SOFTSHAMPOO. $-18 SUPERBRAND THRIFTY MAID '
50 percent over preceding months 85C 95100
up according to Major H. F. Wisp FREE . & 'YOGURT... . .. )':. I COB CORN. . ,
gins.."Most of the people involved in '8UPERBRANO McKENzie'9
the burglaries'" are 'known, drug 5x7,, Color g. FILLER c RN'I' $'49 BROSPEARS OLI $-
users said Wiggins. '' : S? 48 CHEESE I tS I
A search of a vacant house where'. Enlargement PAPER .o'o' '. i. i
Franklin had been staying revealed REGULAR iTp.HOI. 8UPEB MOLD ,THRIFTY MAID'Coupon
a firearm* lawnmowers, stereo for a free 5x7 will be returned STYLE SUPERBRAND' 99'SUPERBRAND C STUFFED 2 OOc

items equipment including and t-shirts other many taken'other from with 110,126.every 35mm film developing and disc color order print of Mm HAIR SPRAY .,... tS 98CUSTERINE CHOCO-CHARM.. .,"AT POTATOES ; "ot OO

LU Skeeters. in early July said Me-


Thanks for all the food flowers THE MANUFACTURER'S RETAIL ON, ALL ="';= ; ,
visits cards and prayers during the I .:.=:. -
passing of our mother Linnie God- ...._ ..
win and a special thanks to all the ;;. $ A97 $
nurses at the hospital who took care 100. 89'
of her and a special thanks to and Dr 'liro'' 'S'et. VJt
Pete Gianas for being so kind HOSE PKGS
sweet. Thank the Lord for sending
him .to Bradford County. .,.
'The Children of Linnie Godwin

You Sell NOTICEDid Your Property?
Do You Receive Payment On A Fresh Product Clean Stores

Mortgage or Agreement for Deed, ? ,
.Wouldn't You Rather'Have A'
Lump Sum of Cash Now?
Call Fred Farnsworth for Detail
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1 M"t:......,., ..\. "..__ -, August 1/,19sa TELEGRAPH,TII\1'ES&MONITOR SECTION Pe3B

r. i' MORTGAGE News Briefs

v'r Lake Butler Man imately three miles from'Lawtey. 'The juvenile was charged August l'' the water slides when the boy noticed -
J BANKERS Killed in Jenkins was wearing dark after an incident involving a three- the girl was missing after going
Lawtey'A clothing and was lying across the year-old in the Deer Foot Trail area down the slide,said Martin.Another .
., "c"' 30-year-old Lake' Butler man roadWay said Trooper Roberts. He near Starke occurred earlier in the swimmer saw her beneath the water
lt ,* was killed early Sunday when he had been drinking said Roberts, week said King.Both the victim and and the boy tried in vain to pull
'. '(! .[@J was run over by a car while sleepingon who theorized Jenkins had stoppedto the 16-year-old are being evaluated9YearOld Belford to the surface. A lifeguard
CR-22S near, Lawtey. rest after walking a couple of by MRS, pulled the girl out of the water and
t--- David Lenon Jenkins of 650 SE 4th miles the shoulder was tall grass attempted to revive her,Belford was
Harold K. Davis Loan Offlc, LENDER Street was pronounced dead at the and wet and Jenkins probably sat on DrownsIn taken by Rescue to Bradford
A BAHK Of'Karon oou-Mtt scene at 3:20: a.m. August 7, according the roadway and felt asleep. Hospital where she was pronounceddead
to Homicide Investigator D. C. Trooper W.Abrams worked the Kingsley LakeA at 3:05 p.m. '
Banc ostoll Mortgage CorporationLICENSED Roberts.Jenkins was dropped off bya accident, no charges have been fil nine-year-old Baker County girl Belford may have been under
motorist at 2:30: a.m. about five' drowned at Kingsley Lake Saturday water for ten minutes or more, said
MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS [miles from Lawtey and he started ed.Juvenile Charged, while playing on the water slides at a, Martin.The autopsy is not yet com
walking toward town. He was seen plete, but there was no indicationthat
817 NW 56th Terrace Suite A,Gainesville Florida 32607 by several motorist one who called With Sexual. 1 BatteryA beach Sandra there.Belford of Sanderson was'' the girl had struck her head.

Office ,375-2950 Local Number 473-0266 the sheriff at 3 a.m. to say a man 16-year-old male juvenile has spending the day at the beach with '
,. was in the roadway/The accident occurred been charged with sexual battery, her family, according to Lt. Tim Starke Woman Dies
RIA.-, ,.-VA,Conventional Home, Mortgage- Second Mortgage a short time later approx\ according to Deputy Barry King. Martin,She and a fnend were using' At Neighbor's Home

An 81-year-old Starke woman collapsed
and died at a neighbor's
home Tuesday evening,
Catherine Ward Smith of 430 West
Call Street had walked to 717 West
1OO,% Call Street to visit a friend approximately
30 minutes prior to collapsing
according to Lt. John Hodges.
. SATISFACTION' Smith complaine of pains.in her
j: side ,then ,collapt on the living
room floor where .'aramedics Dan
GUARANTEED Cuddington and Jerald Johnson
found her at ,9:20: p.m. She was
Fiestai transported to Bradford Hospital
WE WILL REPLACE_ANY 'ITEM YOU J where Dr. Lewis pronounced deathat
., ARE NOT PLEASED WITH OR 4 10:25: p.m
,RETURN YOUR PURCHASE PRICE. 'According to' the Investigative;
IF YOU ARE NOt SATISFIED,., report Smith was being treated by -
her doctor for chest pains.
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Two Accidents Monday'

r"I: *vf.' :,...! ,.. ,. Send Bradford Four PeopleTo Hospital

it's'' Mexican or any
is onSSME&ET wheth.er'l
spotlight Starke police were kept busy Mon
other Item, 11 find what you day afternoon when two accidents
occurred within forty minutes at the
CALIFORNIA : need at ajfKpsaOver same time a business was being robbed .
'FRESH RED Low Prices! At 4:44: pm., August 8 a' 1976 .'
.f 10,000 Everyday Cadillac driven by James Lynn Or
OR WHITE BEEF/BEAN mond,crossed Call St.at the Bay St.
Intersection striking a 1976 Pontiacin
; SEEDLESS nJHH TIOSANCHO the left side which was eastbound
\: 'I' '' TIO SANCHO BURRITO on Call St. The three people in the
NACHOS Pontiac Linda Yvonne Seay 32,
::1:;{;', ,< GRAPES TACOS Bonnie Sexy,52,and Carolyn Guyer
,28, were taken by Rescue to Brad'
'j ; r< Ihi.$1.95C ford Hospital where'' they were,
$159 treated and released, according to
12 ct 94" 7'/"OL PKE Paramedic Dan, Cuddington and
PKG. ,.. ,Cliff Chapman: "
BUY .. ... OI.DU" ''', was''
C OLD n P+ 'Total damages to the vehicles
FLORIDA OI.DO.Pso 19 CHILI r 68Cs $1,300,according.to Patrolman K R.
,=:=' TICKETa, REFRIED ,,69 ,SWONING3 '1'1. PEPPERS". P14' Hinds\ ,Jr.A .
; WIllll-0411 STOAE ... second accident occurred at'5:20:
''oICULrIacE000nET. .'' _DOI.DU. OLD El PASO $119, 'I> ,$169MILD p.m..when a 1989 Plymouth ran the''
'-_' .M.-c: PICANTE ... $ /25 1411. I CHEESE .'. stop sign at the Washington St: In-
HARVEST FRESH ::;;..:.:..:...:.:_;..- SAUCE .'t \2.114. ENCHILADAS SIll tersection.The "

II OLDEL'PASO OLDDpASO OL SALSA SOr1 Bradford Plymouth, 16,,struck driven a by 1983 TimothyL. Ford
CANTALOUPES .ggc which was northbound on Walnut St.
', EACH ; TACO DINNER PS? TACO SAUCE, rF:: in the left rear,spinning the vehicle
__ .._ around.
1JIoCO.. Sail $ 55 Driver', of' the Ford Mamie
Howard, 61,was taken by Rescue to
REGULAR or LITE $164' 92' 16-01- Bradford Hospital according to
COORS BEER ,', lAR JAR ". Patrolman Danny Thrift Estimated
flUl damage to the vehicles was'.$800'
w """" II"'!. .', .....Ju..'CAIIS.PIl..!$,279 -.- ', EVERYDAY each.. '. .



iii 1 4-PIl $ .uA SOUR 'The following arrests were made
W-D BRAND LEAN $100 recently by local authorities In Bradford -

PEPSI .: _., FLORIDA 8 flc s Varaschi R.,Pernell 20, was arrested

COLA :. AVOCADOS IK 2curs$100WWWW ,trespass August 5 upon for loitering school grounds and prowling '

$ according to Lt. John Hodges He
E'er '' PEA 195 JALAPENO 99 C l was released on his own
J L:1: e j LB. PEPPERS La recognizance.!
BTL 7 kMIPRICES Larry Lewis, 26,of Starke was arrested
August 7 on a warrant chargeing
battery of a law enforcement officer '

GIVE YOU THE LOWEST Rhoden., according,No bond to was Deputy set for Harvey Lewis

who is in custody.

I I Joe Mark Benefield' was arrested

TOTAL FOOD BILL POSSIBLEEVERYDAY August 4 for violation of probation,
according to Deputy Gene Lee.Bond
was set at$5,000, He was.released on
his own recognizance,

LOW PRICE ,** NO MINIMUM PURCHASE ** NO LIMITS ,* STOCK-UP EVERYDAY Carl''' E, Harris, Jr.* 27, was'arrested
August 3 for Interference with
custody according to Deputy Doug
,York He was released on his own.
'PALMOLIVE Eddie Speed, 23, was arrested
r DISH o 'COFFEE =.u::. FUDGECAKE JIF'' Augsut i 4 for violation of bond,accor
ding to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Speedwas
a LIQUID (C Sffieeau* MIX arrested April 26 for burglary of
arrested July S
conveyance again
for burglary petit theft and July 7
wro TAPd $ ,99MM. for dealing in stolen property;Total
"oe22OL$2,04 $ ] bond is set at$20,000. ,he remains in
r 79 18-oz. custody, -
18oz.BOX. JAR
..... I was Mary arrested Helen August Cam 6 for 33;disorderly of Starke

RAGU CHUNKY' ALL FAlVORS conduct,, according' to Lt. W. C.
Reno. Bond Was set at $100,75.. she
4-oi 104 32.. 24$107 99c was released on her own
.-, ',.,. .,: sue, SAUCE JAR I98C ,. . 'i' UN''', recognizance,
nla$658: $109 $100
DOG FOOD ,. . HI. or ': ,.'. . i'ttiR:. PUNCH .'.,. :loxes. Danny Lynn Crawford,41,was arrested .,
.. August 4 for'driving under influence
ALL ALPO'FLAVORS' 3 $1 00 2 ,'$-129 'WISHBONEDRESSING .. $129 JOLLY ,.. ,99 C violation,refusing of restriction to sign according citation and to

DOG FOOD, ,! 'wa ,COCKTAIL ... ... .''hl.CAN :,. '',"" POPS. . .. .. rat Patrolman Kathy Mercer He was
released after a $573.25 surety bond
60c OFF LABEL ..' was posted.
EMJOEIB FRUITRINGS. DOVESOAP Marion Tyrone Lee 31, was arrested -
Q CORN CORNFLAKES august 5 for driving while

\ FlA"fS -,', license.'suspended. according to
Deputy York. He was released aftera
101.25 cash bond was posted.

''$2"' 97'i\ '$199 '71 ', FliP Troopers

'96oz.BTL.. 1hZ. l5-oz.
'1 1'1," -- BOX BOX 3'/_-OL Vehicle Continue',Inspections License, _

Bradford CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will,
be conducting driver license and

Checkout vehicle the week Inspection of Aug.checkpoints 13 through Aug.during -:'

: and Quick Friendly 18 on'SR-21'SR-looL SR-230, SR-18, r
SR-16 CR-18 CR-16 CR-21B,'
CR-225 CR-125. CR-229. CR-231,
CR-227.CR-231,CR-230 and CR 100A
In Bradford county,

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Cros ey'latest, Creations...

Off the Drawing a y;, 1

Board and Into'

The, :Parking Lotby -_ _,-._

Marcia Goodge down there (on Staniel Cay) and people -
BCT Staff Writer started seeing it and hearing
American''' ingenuity Is far from about It,We've had a lot of interest"
dead, 'and Bradford County has its says Crosley. "We've made some r F d+v 4% .
fair share in the form of Kirby changes on the third one, too, but
Crosley. then we'll probably never stop making -
Crosley has ''designed specialized changes."
trailers for Crosley's Trailers of 'We found the same thing with the
Starke for some years and continuesto trailers (at Crosley's Trailers in
''design specialized vehicles Starke), once you've' designed
through Crosley' Corporation near something new, you're always com-
Waldo ing up with improvements,'* he con
Last year, a friend of Crosley's tinues. Or 1
presented him with a transportation The machine weighs between approximately -
problem being encountered 'In the 5,000 and 6,000 pounds
Bahama Islands Dr. Thomas Rex when shipped and it Was slightly
Long, retired PhD in Psychology at ,disassembled The frame is weldedin
Jacksonville' University, owns a one piece,but the steering column
small( out island in the Exuma and headlights were removed to prevent
'Jlahamas.. Long and some friends of damage during shipment and
,his were concerned with the unique the engine was removed so theframe
transportation problems facing people could be sent in a less expensive -
living on the,out islands and shipping class.When it arrived
came to Crosley for help in" finding, it took,Dr. Long approximately 45 -
solutions. minutes to put it together and get it
For example; the problem is, if started, says Crosley. ,Ready for "Sonny's"... .
you happen to live on one of the ,When asked if plans are being John lUrreU of Melrowi lUnd fa the newly built'"Ciuek'Wagon" be designed dons with Kirby Gorky of
small islands (of which there are made to mass produce the vehicle, Manufacturing for Sonny' B .
< BQ.
'hundreds), by the time you ship a Crosley said they have not made .
any Chuck
The ,like the other ... .
Standard pickup or car to your hoine definite plans, but noted that a Wagon. Invention*coming of Crosby Manufacturing are all one-of a kind Item with a
you have already gone to a substantial market might be found for the vehicle hot of feature.d.lgne4 specially for each cu 4omerr '

expense. Then, if any major transportation inside I
rrpair needs to be done the truck warehouses and manufacturingplants.
would have to be shipped back to one tested extensively, of course, goingso
'of the larger islands at a tremendous He notes that the vehicle's approximate far as to run it in and out of ditches $1O"110x13
expense. ,! $3,800 price tag ,(estimated' "It (the vehicle) wasn't
"Most of the time,the cost of ship." retail) would make it an attractive designed for that by any means,but 5dw'VA
ping vehicle'' to be repaired is so possibility to corporations who are 'we are aware that someone will probably ": :: t$+ "
prohibitive that they just wind up sit presently spending$5,000 and up for do that with it at some point, 99* Depoalt
,ting there and dissolving," said such vehicles, he notes Wtll pnou' ) 10" Due .*

Crosley. The rust factor+ is a big ,Crosley had the vehicle road See Page 60You've 1-8x10' Pick up
,disadvantage also with the salt air 2- 5.T (plus tax)
promoting corrosion. 2. 3x5
Since the project began as design- )Js 16-Kmg Size Wallets

ing one vehicle to one person's 8-Regular Size Wallets,
specifications,Crosley one yearin ,
designing and redesigning the', Waited All

,vehicle in his spare time. The four-, ,
wheeled prototype vehicle is I '
While LaSt
presently in use on the island Stamel They 4'v -
Cay, Exuma Bahamas. '" Your ,Life: For This r '.
This prototype has ,an 11 ,
horsepower Briggs and Stratton Men's Boot Cut ,& ,Straight 'LegLGVI'S '
engine with a maximum speed of 20 r.r
'miles per hour. It has four wheels Enjoy life in beautiful Gainesville recently rated ,

something one seat and like a a trailer simplified bed and golf looks cart.'', ;the top retirement location in Florida. Our"Tree

Speed and fancy features were not City U.S.A" is home to the University of Florida Present u'ad to photographer
the issue of the vehicle's design says with'its'numerous OI> at time of sitting I receive
Crosley.,' "Simplicity is what they \.4 extra 3 X 5', Kith purchaseof
need, something that is simple and cultural and recreational r $10.99 package.. _
inexpensive to repair" he says. "A 'opportunities great
'" ',
machine would
simply defeat the purpose." shopping and excellent BRYAN'S ACE HARDWARE

'The longest distance the vehicle regional and V.A. Palmetto Nightingale,St.
has to travel on Staniel Cay is about 'medical facilities. '$ ,99 Keystone Height. Ft,
two miles,notes Crosley, so speed is Thur,Aug. 18 .
'hot really. "The At The Village o' 18
' necessary. people I ,. Photo Houn: 9-12: 1tl:3OBRYAN'S :
( 'out there need something that can be close 1 ..
to ,
everything JI. I Jj.'i" ,
take them to the store and haul / > ,'.... ACE HARDWARE
groceries or other things." he says."' 'and still enjoy,,the '1101 South Walnut St.Starke. .
Work on a second prototype has and ', FL''
I been completed except for the pain privacy spaciousness Fri ft: Sat.Aug..10-20
ting:The second prototype will be of our 80 beautiful acres. Hours: Fri 8-12; 1-6

'lower to the ground so that it will be With fully equipped rental apartments, meals Students Sat.:8-12: 1-5
more stable and will have a slighUy
bigger engine. prepared by Morrison'trained chefs and plenty of,

The 15 horsepower: twin-V engine "amenities and planned activities you'll enjoy active LeVieS $
one of the first of its kind to come 99 WE use'
from Briggs and Stratton's' Japan :carefree living all for one monthly.fee;,:All apart;\ 13

manufacturing center will help the ments include an emergency call system and limited \,_- KODAK PAPER;
vehicle run :more smoothly. "We to
'don't have a problem with the personal care services' are available.' '' ___
smaller engine but. the 15 Just fill out the coupon below and plan on visitingus 't

horsepower will be nicer," sayds find how retirement BoysLCVI'S
rosley. soon to out you can enjoy. .

Although the larger engine may be the way it should bel'! ,
able {to reach speeds of 25 miles per
hour, Crosley says they are seriously : 99
considering putting a governor on .. .. $12
the,vehicle so- that it will not go !E.b.iiIg.g': : F J
:precaution.above 20 mph: as an added safety' : ; : .
,\A third prototype'has I been ,
Started "We were only going"-to I ,Retirement Living The Way It Should Be; :' I Group charge

-build one of these, but once it got: ,STUMP'SDepartment 99 per person
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February was a, slack month for' Please send additional Information to: 301 South Starke '964-5423 FOR CREATjvE COLOR I'OFITRAITS
land \sales in Bradford County, ,
,registering only a total of.$880,374 in: ,Name".I_ 1,1" '
value, for the month. ,
Values are derived from the tax Address. TO,THE RESIDENTS OF BRADFORD
stamps attached to deeds recordedin AN OPEN LETTER, ,COUNTY
the office of the Clerk of the circuit City,*.. ._, State .,_..'' Zip-::', -.., '' 1 ,' AND SURROUNDING AREAS:
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Clip and Mail tof!
Allen 'o
Viola to Donald B. Brown, 1
acre in section 31, township 7 south, The Village e 2801 N.W. 83rd Street e Gainesville, FL'32606 g

range Penelope 22 east Y.$5,000.Anton to Jackson In?,our ongoing efforts};to 'serve you ,better, 'we

Wood and Ellen Louise Bailey and have opened, our"newest store :at'320 SOUTH
,: ,
Paul and JoEllen Gallo, a lot in sec-1 TULLER '
tion 32, T6S, R22E. $5,000 WALNUT 'STREET, ,STARKE (formerly' Roster's '
Connie M;and Johnnie A.'Austin Chiropractic Center' ,' .'
to Mary E.Lawson, lots 3 & 4, block Nursery).
27, Livingston;.Truby and.Co. Addition Keystone Heights Office
$13 200. ,
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Carol D. and Phoebe C. Baker to 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd., "
Daniel A. Sr., & Nancy R. Mcintosh, We feel':with: a more" spacious, showroom large
lot 4, Ritchie Estates; $4.000. 473-7213' ( : ,

Van>Vayne and Patricia M. Ben> ,warehouse :area, and, ample,:parking'spaces,
nett to Wallace A and Ruby J. In

gram$84,000., lot 1. Bessent Manor Unit 1; PAIN CONTROL INJURIES I combined with a, convenient' location, we can
Riley V. and Myrtis M. Boyer to Headaches e w_IL tiaiatd continue" bring you the quality:and service
.. you
Edward L. and Margaret G. Neck es-
& Arm
$61.000.Levengood, lot 41, Keystone Oaks; Mid Back : ...... have become ,accustomed to and. so richly, '

JaclfM. and Marilyn it. \..OUrtnaY"and Low Back & Log, ,deserve.,,
J.Brooks and Helen L.Brown to flQ t
James L. and Linda K. Jernigan, lot ,
I, Paradise View, an unrecorded OR. RICHARD C.TUlLER
subdivision in section 13, TBS, R22E.
$1.100. ountry
Timber Co. to Brunswick Pulp and '
Paper Co.,parcel on Santa Fe River' WHEN YOU arpets'President
in section lO.'TTS, R19E. 2000. NEED IT 24 HOURS'' Carpets
Brunswick Pulp and Paper Co;to
N. G. Woods Investment Co.,parcel
on Santa Fe River, S10, T7S,R19E. ADAY7DAYSAWEEK STARKE : a..U', '" 4 r"
$2,000. st .11+MIDDLEBURQ << E 8mli i ir t ,
[ Walnut
3208. .
Meade ,Timber. Co and Scott '
Timber Co. to N.. G. Woods Investment t Office Hours:. : ''; '> ; ,' '.282-3736.. #" Q << T:37S,6403Vr. ; .;
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Harvest Time... for Law Enforcement... Marijuana Patch Located'' Destroyed I
Florida Department of Law Enforcement(FDLE),Highway Patrolmen and .,
Bradford County DrpiiUe were busy harvesting this Hk-gal In -
/ crop Thursday a
I'TT patch of wood 01111"1'.100 between Starke and Keystone Height. State and Local Law Enforcement up was eight feet i in! height arid These plants were1 spotted I by; an'
Above at right:the "homegrown" marijjuana 1* hauled out of... hidden patch personnel were on the scene would have yielded up to pnc\(pound agent flying,overhead in a smaJI/
In the wood by an FDLE agent.At top right:the flowering/ top of the plant, Thursday when' "homegr wn" of dried marijuana when harvested. planet
worth top price on the Illegal market." Below:the container which held the marijuana patch was found and destroyed Florida Department t>f Law; Enforcement -
plants were hidden to the rat of the world before they were potted by IDLE off Hwy': 100 between: officials 6n the scene''say Officials say their surveillance for
potter circling: in as plane overhead.fl KeystoneHeights and Starke the plants arc, ,one, of the state's 'the illegal crop will increase ,as
The biggest the plants pulled fastest'growing illegal enterprises.. Fall'',and harvest time.approaches.

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The Family of Lorena Mi.::Keene, : 922 East Call Street' ". [ ,"J,:.:, .. ;: j't'' '
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relatives and professionals who lent, ,'k9642213during) ,., ;' office hours',, :;:;:1i MI; ,, ,,7 of your favorite ily lists in \ .

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or, 964-6000 ; Sculpture one v,11 I
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Owners ROM Smith &
Doctors Kieth Sundusadee Bruce .. by EVA, Ccnnic; Payne-Honnon. Y' 1 .
Stechmiller and Charles Cusamonoand
their staffs for the professionaland
sympathetic serviced rendered;
The Bradford County Hospital,the i? ELECT
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their care given during her'illness; NOBODY BEATS OUR PRICES ',,:. '"
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Church and others who Hot and Regulator O O (
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To members of the Brooker Bap- $ 6 8 O
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beautiful little chruch; 138,000 BTU STAINLESS$.1-7 o LMt I,' I
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of the' : .I,
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final resting place of Lorena freshly */ pMHtHII I tab /'fV ,'
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Paolo and Barbara Pilpin of Upjohn > ;
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I Kirby Crosley Keeps the New Ideas Coming for Growing Company '

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tree pap". The wagon wheels are also at wheels for road use,are mounted on them to be pulled up into the wagon cold storage and cooking units. "Necessity is really the mother of. i'. ",, .,. ';_a,\;ski\
A Briggs and Stratton representative -. authentic as. possible with an Amish a hydraulic system, which allow so that It appears to be a completely Drinks are dispensed from wooden invention". says Harrell quoting a !?,I t
examined the vehicle extensively --------- authentic covered wagon.' barrells and more barrens conceal well-known saying."I saw a need for I
for the purpose of getting :Although the wagon appears! quite the LP, gas tank which fuel the this type of wagon and came to Kirby 1
liability Insurance on It,and approved authentic it I* also equipped with generator. The wagon can also.be (Crosley) to"help me design themArhantcs
the design 100 percent. say modern conveniences like sinks, converted into a camper. of it.
Crosley."They are very strict about
these smaller vehicles now, probably ************ ***********.**r*********.*** :, .
because of all the trouble they I'pl' -
have had .with ATV's (all-terrain <
vehicles)," he says. His vehicle Is *
strictly a road-vehicle, not.an all- f x For :A Change
terrain vehicle, he noted.: "
Crosby says they achelved their 0 f.:
in making vehicle that
purpose a SAY NO
was easy to repair. "It takes one
person about 30 minutes to completely Visit
replace the engine"'. he *
notes and the engine is the most .
complicated portion of the simple
I '
machine. aT ''

Chuck Wagon..., j Et "i' .

Another Invention which Crosley
helped work on rolled into his parking I
lot this week.A large authentic r
looking chuck wagon serves as a
concession stand and advertising '; ,\
medium for ,Sonny's' Barbecue SHard :/ .1 J.1 J
Restaurants. .. .
John Harrell of Melrose came up
with the idea for the wagon-like concession -,
stand and came to Crosley, 1 I
with It when Sonny's expressed an .

\interest Crosley in buying assisted one.Harrell in the at Work... .* 16O1 N. Temple Ave. Open: Sun.-Thun. 11 a.m.-lO p.m. *

details of the design and in findingthe Kirby: Cro.Iey stays busy at his drawing board'u he dealgni a Urge variety of' Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken Frl. &: Sat. 11 a.m. til 11 p.m..

ding correct the correct components.components for was it. F'ni difficult Mobile trailer and unique vehicle ***********************************- .*. ***

For instance,the two say they
had a great deal ''of trouble finding Indiana Active
gentleman in constructing t
made wooden barrels
'anyone who
the wooden wheels with modern
which would actually hold liquid. bearings and rubber on the outsideto ELECT If one plans to be a school board
"There were plenty of people who make them safe for short-distance, member; drawing taxpayers r
made. the barrells for decorative thin
but found travel. I for the job then I personally
we finally a man
who purposes made barrells which would actually '. one should be a visible participant ,:, ...',
hold liquid,"says Hnrrell Another set of wheels", modern. # :, 't jn'I": "..''i';:" :,.'". throughout the county as well as in ,. .; .. ";",.;,.
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necessity. Several of the present''
board members have less ,
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A professional' perfume testor ,Is known in the trade as a *nos... 3 1/2 years experience on the :
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business' background and,, ,
experience in 'dealing with the'
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fear i axles, tronsfors, transmissions, THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS!
"'e. 964-5812. TFce1MB WANT TO STOP OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots LIQUOR LICENSE: Bradford Courr.ty Cecelia TerwMlegar
THUNDERBIRD loaded toke over'payments THATS OURS I l rlvor access S490 Each, No for sola. Good for any retail liquor

964 8693 otter 5 p.m.: 2tchg Alcoholics Anonymous money down $ S.41' monthly Owner business, I.",, package store, ,lounge, t OUT OF TOWN BUT SO CONVENIENT: Hwy. 1* West. Energy efficient,
a/4-11 ''''...150... *'''.2000 1-234-4579. ac 1-623-2438.. 1/71F restaurant, bar, motel, 'fraternal I Kenmore ( cefrlg., I ten heat
be block
No food solos Brokers 1S48 s.f.. I BR. 2 stucco range
lodge. required.
1170 CHEVY PUiSloOO. Rebuilt angina pd fhru 9/29 built 112, (lototed on 1.09
above-ground peel
runs gr'>Ot. Call 9643126. Itpd B/II ,CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Freeestimate 10 'open, 3 aero spring' fed lake>>, protected, Call George 813 786-222, pump, carpet fireplace $110 month. $42.000,
utility oer
M" THUNDEHBIRD fair I condition., *, HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. balance wood>>d. Timber retained until pd 8/23 acres averaae

$2.000 OBO. 2207 Roiford Rd., alto{ 1p.m. Owner Tommy Reddish, 964 8559 TF horvostod. WILDLIFE. $33.000 TERMS FOR RENT Office', space or retail soles 8
laceted NW 2tn A... 4 BR. 2 S. stucco
8/11 t REPAIR roofing, new BARRON area. Downtown Storks, $300 per LIKE FARMING? 20.70 acre en
..,. any 11m" weekends HOME pointing SIROTHER. Broker Southern handsome farm I.I priced
'Si SILVERADO .....: SWB Hi, like now, and tear off. Addition., remodeling, Properties P.O.Box ,735. Troy. Ala. month. Call 964 6305. John.en frame, 1517 s.f.. skylight CHf A,tractor nego,Thl
18..000 miles. $10.000. Alton Taylor, ThoMas E. lea Construction office 360&1. 205560-1870. 205.735.2..2.. WAREHOUSE SPACE AVAILABLE from to sell at 579,"00.
7/7TF 1300 to 5000 ft., Call 964 3414,
Itpd 8/11 964-2852 home 4311675. fcon sq.
"782-317.2.Jlawtoy.74 FORD IRDi" $400. PS. AT. ,AC. lAWN SERVICE for residential and com 20 ACRES in hills. of Tonnossoo." Only 4tchg 712'.811WAIIEHOUSE BETHEL CHURCH ROAD 3 IR/IB Concrete Black, wood flair*, 118J...f.,.

AM/FM/Cossotte, runt good. 1974. mercial. Landscaping tree removal, $390 per acre 10% down. Call after 7 OR INDUSTRIAL SPACE: 3 new reef, :'lIot... en S cc,... Sed.OOO

FORD PICKUP) long whoolbose. $800, lawn vacuumed. No lob too big or p.m.. ((615)) 722.3812 o* 722.5607.,1co" units l"fI3.ooo.q ft to 9.ooo.q ft or will,
body good runs but heeds now motor small. Free estimate, 964 4238. 2/4TF. 17 UNIT MOTEl with pool, 60 seat build to Suit. Offices restrooms. excellent OWNER AU ;IOUS! Conerly Estates 3 BR/2B. stone fireplace 1100 ... ft.

7823327. 2tchg 8/11-18/ WE DO BULLDOZER WORK .450 John restaurant, newly .remodeled and business address in New Industrial above ground pool'1 easy financing, tall 'for details reduced te SsJ.OOO

"B7 MINI CARAVAN: Dodge, loaded, Deere. $40 per hour Coll anytime, ready to,, op"n. only $220.,000 with Pork city water e sewer, pave
excellent condition take over 782 3306. "/7TFchgK financing., Call after ,,7 p.m.. ((615 od street Tax advantage, Enterprise
payments. Grog 964-4103. '2tchg B K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialroloroncos 722.3812. IconGATLINBURG Zone Owner financing ava'lobi". O.K. HOMES
8/4-11 and bu.I"n.. personal 'services. SUMMIT: 15% discount Ely; ; 964.5294.. 8/4 3ipd 8/18 KINGSLEY LAKE 90' on lake, 3/1V, home 2/1 MH
W9 CHRYSLER dependabletran.porto- available.: %1908.3/31 TF during Aug. 22.Sept T. Private FOR LEASE, 1250 sq ft, 301 South, across CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft. on water 1 eR' ISo OOO
?tlor $350. 964-3096. Itpd 8/11 L i L SEPTIC TANKS: septic tank service balcony clubhouse with Indoor pool ,, from new KOA/Walmart. Also 2000 sq CROSBY LAKE cedar and Moms LokowoodVO
19M FORD LTD WAGON air, erne cond., \ 'and installation ,Free estimates, fill and jocuuis.' Weekend specials. Free ,ft for lease. Call 964.8848.,964 8447. or GRAHAM 3/2 2.78 AC:. 1930 sf,;CHBA $ 85.000SO |

$2.500. 964-4507. 3tpdd 8/j)1.23 dirt, backhoe work. Call 964-2470 brochure, )-8OO-242 4853 Icon evenings ..4733627. B/4TF CHIC. SO CHEAPI' newly remodeled 38*.'JBa, freshly .

,Hi FORD TRUCK 3/4 ton; olio 1961 fropm 6 am.6 p.m. e* 964-7610 after 6 painted new carpet 628 Pinewood St, $ 27 900

CHEVROLET car, 964-6517' or 964.89/7.' p.m. 4tpd 721811 LOSTFOUNDLOST .407 CENTER STUtET.,,Two apartments: S 25 000

"7* BUICK SKYHAWKl V6 $500 firm. day ,or evening Call Ann Brown RD. 230E. 2 story, CBSfromo. 31 I S 45 000 I
964-2414.. Call boforo "j 11 f leave Also yard mowing. OR STOLEN Rottweiler. 8 mos. old S 45 000
run good. mesoge. 1205 BIANDING STi. CB. 3/1 3/4 bo. CHA. 3/4 ocr?
'" mole, answers to name BrutuSf, last,
Itpd 8/11 964 7082.'4lchg 7/21-8/11 3/1'/r' ba CHI A S 46 000
1983 p.m.FAIRMONTS Ford 6 cylinder'', PS. PB. SEWING MACHINES, All make and ,ANIMALS ft PETS seen CR 125/225A; wearing flea collar. LAKE BUTLER Brick veneer frame 3/1. 1532 ..f. S 36 000
$1 00 reward. Itpd B/If SMALL FARM 3.83 Acres;
cleaned oiled and adjusted.
low $1600. 1980 FORD models and $45000.
AC, mileage, FOR SALE
alS N. MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR 2 ba
good m'>Chancal. $15.00. 19 years experience: '
LTD: 302 engine rewired $ 35,500 |
22S 2/1 frame !3> stall barn newly
MERCURY MARQUIS: all' All 'work guaranteed. Hwy 233 ft 16
$1100: 1975 ARABIAN STALLION b'>Ou"fulch"nu', Club. 3000 s.f,. on 2 lots
(Morgan Rd.) Call 964-8733 for house CEDAR BEAUTY at Country"
AC good transportation
power, 3 old halter broke. $300. $38.0001
andalternator calls, 8/4TF. yrs Grey GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex,21S Bradford Dr.
tiro, now !battery; new starter' morn, 8 yrs gentle nice riding horse COURT 3 BR. I Ba, ,..duc"cfS2,000; $ 23 750 I
$650. NEW 2...... ABOVEGROUND REMODELING addition, painting rooting '' 101 ALVAREZ :
$400. 961 8916 'leaves, S 36 OOO I
POOL: IS yrs. liner warranty work, Lie. No. RB-OO34596 Pone mossoao 2tcha CASH AWARD 1121 NEIL COURT: 3 BR I Ba, carport.owner,financing ;:1 i '
I' 8/4-1)) 1 .f.. wood frame, '. $ 50 000
1500 ,
motor .and big filter .yi' 96.t.7B02.8/.TF. KEYSTONE COUNTRY ClUB 3 BR. Bo. .
heavy\ duty HORSE FOR SALE with childron., "' i
complete, all attachments, $900. Days NEW STORE IN STARKEI I Full line of major for return of BROOKERi 3/2 brick and 'frame Shady Oaks S/D, extra lof" ;, $ 44 000
saddle of All for
Ono and 2 sots tack
496-1307 or night 4962680. .4tchg appliance parts. Inn home service, $500. Ask for Debbie or Dove, any of the following jewelry MEMO DAIRY ROAD 2.2Socret., 3/1 CB CHA so near ', ,J; ": 5..0000. |

8/11-9/4 available Ed'* Reconditioned, Appllance 964-2373. 2tchg 8/4-11 taken Dec. 1987 ..,:.,LOTS A ACIIE..GE..... > ,A":. ,
DELTA 88 .4 dr sedan Oldjmobilo., *,, 310 E. Call St., 964-2966.4tpd S 2S.5OO
174 FREE PUPPIES homo. 2 monthsold Asked Alachua line
8/11-9/1 to good (No Questions ) HWY. 32S 10 acres (joins County
8/i T-18
$600. 9647235. 2tchg part Scottish Terrier" part Romeronlon. CONERLY ESTATES Lot 10 > 10.000
"" CHEVY PICKUP: o* I I. $450 firm; YOUNG CHRISTIAN WOMAN looking for Moonstone &Garnet Bracelet S 10.000 I
Call 4311210. Inside ,
Byron'Scroggins, MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres city
'In her home.
73.7050. Itpd 8/11 children, tOJ babysit 21pd 84.11YOUNG Cold Locket w/TurquoIsc Stone In financed ,'>location S 82.332 I
BROWNLEE RD.t 36.43 acres owner g
for $44: 964-2300. ask lor Kim1. Itpd 8/11 '
IS IT TRUE you can buy Jeeps Center Locket opens S 7.000 I
WANTED Kid 1-5; BOBWHITE CHICKS: of n.-doy RD. 100 EAST 1:37: acres,wooded and plotted .
through the U.S. Government? Get the BABYSITTING $30 Black Star Sapphire ft Pearl I IRD
loci todayI Call 13127421142., oxt. weekly 1 child; meal ft nacki provide: old or debookod and ready for ouHido' Pendant Sc> In Cold. J> LAWTEYt acres, 105th Avo..good Investment S 15.000 I
609. "'chg8/11.9/t' H ed. 964-7203. It 8/11' 1 pen. 496-2943.. Itpd 8/11 100 1.12 acres plus fish pond wide open space S 26,000

.'74 FORD PICKUP: $70O. Briggs B Stratton WILL BABYSIT Inn 'my homo;, 9643079. FREE PUPPIES: half Boogie and. holf Spill., Call'964-86O2 to Return PRIMITIVE. BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.l6ocres, 3 wells, 2 poles' i $ 50.000CIIOSlYLAKELOT.cl"a.d
9645041.. Itpd 8/U. &: Collect Cash 100' water" $19.800
riding lawn .mower.. 5350. 964-6471: Itchg 8/11| ; on

heating ft AC duct systems, chimney .,...COMMERCIAL.....
HOMES. ,caps,- flashing fjt.o.. CARPENTRY popi LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 $.; Reduced to $85.000 I
cho.. 'docks. shed's, enclosures, etc.
i comm"rclaIICKa'ion 507 W. Madison St.. [
Call Norman .473-2(31. 2tchg 8/11-18 LOCATION. LOCATION prime
FOR SALE WE DO BULLDOZER WORK .450 John f MATHEWS REALTYfB directly across from WmoDixie, ; could be Converted to your' needs.' $130.0001

pence, '$40 hour, Coll anytime,- RD. 14 WEST: Four duplexes
REDUCED $3,000:, 2'BR frome\homo': ; 7823306. If per no answer call 782-39S4 SUPER COMMERCIALI Great two story building, corner' Coll 8 Walnut St..

CH&A carpet, ceiling Ion. stove, and leave nom. ond number. 8/11 TF hM"R$ 9644.469uirt ;REACTOR 3198 ..f., clean, excellent candlIon.Iv" upstairs hova

screened porch carport. storage, In'' EARN $7.75 HR.t Wo need assistance. In Ntx" n iu. ,MM.1 (tiling' whv w'1110' M II'11"11''IM' NhIc ........ ftfirtl VIHI ;'.11,10'11 tinwhiik1 "..riel' business downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefit, .

RALPH BRYAN REALTY. evaluating and responding to1' daily S.34 ACRES-301 South: 190' on 301.94' zoned commercial 96'zoned
98878. Itchg 8/11. work reports submitted by our agents MOBILE HOMES, LAND Open Rural small I BR homo S singlewide CB bldg utility shed '$ 62,0001
COUNTRY) LIVING Easy access to Jax. ... 'Fleetwood 5202.; Ba High Springs: J or 10 ac/ owner $30.0001
throughout tho 010' No experience IMS 3 8R..2. WALDO 200x400. fenced' toned B-A >
Immaculate brick 2 BR. 2 bath LR. necessary! paid, to complete training. CHSA?: I acre near Bedford Ik, financing. i LAKE eUTIER12UntfrOilerpark, < > 55.000

don/dinmg combination 2 huge pore Workk at ,home. For Information send ,'."$3 Fleetwooct' $J 54,3. BR.",?' Ba eOff 301 N.1 wooded *8.50 1 t ac.wt w'wll"CHBA tfr 101 SOUTH !9 ftIOO' frontegvW .. ,,0,, url ,\..., ..il.ilul, cot j-",,*,85iTHOMPSONSTi .9.QO
.' 1'ch"IFI'" 9400 ..t...*: ',or'.. garogpij; ...'SeH-oddrevsed, stamped envelope, VVi ; ,front /ear", 'p..I'Q'db!'*. :,car; > septic H i ': / n.362 Lt., brick Ent...priK.Zotio.Benolitr.Ht, u"S 80..000I

I separate bldg. for office business lond1mcopod. ,,' ,kiche long tot A WO A. Dept E, Box garag., Highridge, Estates' IC.y.io .lawtey: 20 acres wi>h 600 It:Hwy! 101 N: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up. 2 bldg.240'. oh 301 great value S 37.000
616 *.!.. S acres cleared ,and .49204. Atlanta, Ga. 30359, Itpd B/11 H.. extras.' 125 frontage !OINORTHbyEconolodge6S.Oron30t S12O.OOOI
$125.000 by owner, 782.;3590. ? many. HOMES .CR I2S 35 acres cleared po&ture. 301 NORTH;approximately 150'w apprex, 220' $125OOO|

2chg8/11.18' :'CR'12515' ocr.s, .farmhouss 1,4'. _.
TWO BEDROOM HOME needs repair. 'BOATS FmHAt Fi* up 3 BR. .I l Ba. "' --
Need to Jenkins St., 15000. r thicken houses; After Hours
t Low down to qualified buyer.
'"SR 100 W 13 acres $2300:! per acre.
establish' monthly Income. $12.0000. FmHA Several nice 3 BR I'i Ba Ann Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541
904.372-6881. 8lpd 8n 1.9/29 87 PROCRAFT: 1510 fish & ski,' 55 Suiuki. $23,000 to i39.0OO. Vantage on both sides ol hwy. 496-2291

BRICtC HOME 1 acre lot, large fenced pt B pt. Mercury Thurstor II trolling'' .ColI., Rd: 3 BR; '2V bo, ''CHIA..Clty.: on. acre on Laura St., room for John Langford Mastvr Appral..rPoullne 964-3160

backyard. 3 BR, 2 bath don/fireplace, motor, full top built-in extra Deluxe garage I carport chain link, lineal several residential lots. RandolphJoy
outside hop, 4 mile f rorn Starks on SR drive on trailer and many extras. $6500 yard. .City:' 1.38 Ac.. great off ice location., Thornton 964-4223

16 Wo.t. 57000. 964-5032 or 964-8493 obo, 96.t 8950. 8/" Itpd .Pratt St., 3 ESOOs.. 1 Both Cltyi,. SR 100: 3.5 acres, "potential'

!|tpd 8/11 .5,. Clalr St.i :2 BR. t Bo. CHSA, with commercial development area:

.TWO BEDROOM frames home 1 I both. larg. family room HOMES t ACREAGE

'need repair 3/4. aero In'city. $18,500 .W. Call St., 2 BR. 1 bo:CHgA. guest Union Cty:. 135'' acres, 2700 'sq.ft.

negotiable, 2tpd 8/11.18 home, 3 additional building lots brkk h.......

,:" ::',,': '. Walnut St.t 3 BR. 2 ba. CHA,ideal BUILDING LOTS Subscribe I IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
for the large family .
". little lake Santa '.: 100x160 ft. lot
'f' 't .Porwood "\.tbadraam'.. I |li2
both v new septic, tank approved for well

: .t,, CR 225.'3 BR."I bo, CHA on i acre', power source to lot
,. .. Remodeled,
.Two Story .Hou. very
i near lovwtey, for the out.ol towns. Accelerated :
f> nice : I Jfealty, .
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441 W. Madison St., Starke :
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i-::: --t,:; UAVERN Broker H. OUTLAW [@" ] Hwy.Starke.301 FL S. (REALTOR :' to

Thinking of buying or ,

selling? Call usf ir, Home / Lots AcreageWaterfront

Susan M. Faulkper'GRI.: CRB President 11/ Farms S Commercial ,
964-4522 Evenings & Weekends

Faulkner ,Inc. STARKE. FL BEAUTIFUL BEDFORE LAKE 2BR/1BA Fromo. CH&A, Fireplace. Stows,
ERA ,. David L Dodge. MSA, CRA Patty Kay Elder. MRARes. RolrlJ; Carpet S Drop" .. Dock:Wor""' !>op.,sw Mobilo Homo.Woll ( Septic

Located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W; Lafayette St. Re*. 064-5370 9B4-5669 UiggRcs. I I FISH Largo All Lot.YEAR. ROUND 3BR/2 I/2BA Two-Story log Homo on Sampson.lake ''i.
Kay C. Water* CHSA. Stove Refit t Dishwasher> 3000 SF,Well R optic Largo lot.'
964-6941 WS-1-77O4 Two5'ory.aloek wI Living Ar_
Res location,
301 Good Business
LAKE HOMESITESi 2 lot. ovoilble with LAKE ACCESS only\ $5.300 Lucille t Spry '
.CRYSTAL Opal Dickson i i Upstairs, 6400 SF. Buy up to 3.7 Aero,, ,
serfs or 10.000 both' > R'B4'842O Block. Kltchon-Dlnlng Combo/;: Family :i.
IMMACULATE HOME 3 BR c,.tV4 bo brick veneer. ; family room?owner flnon-1' Jte 9647333 |REALTOR PINEWOOD DRIVE 2 BR/IBA: ;
1 Designated App tsers Roomm Corner lot. .
CB Homo Living Dining A Family
HOME with fireplace, patio large family room many .." 0'., Your Pull Service Real Estate Office CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES ft Wall S Septic Large lot. .
SF Carpal
Commercial Business Rooms, CH A. 1416 Drapes
located In city on dead-end street'very private. AppralsaJs for. Residence Farm STREET 13BR/1 BA CB Homo, Control Hoot, AC Units, Stove S Rofrl, .
6 17900. ONE ACRE 3 BR 1 both Lawt.y, assumable mtg. .

WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 18.000, also 1 acre lot on Crosby lake. NEW LEASE PURCHASE Nice lAWTEY Fenced AREA Yard.. '2BII/1 1 BA From S 3BR/2BA DouMowldo like' Now i ,

,*VERSATILE: pre-fab*!..! 30x50 on 120x125 lot. wells "A Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 acre. Gorgeous 3 BR, w/Patios B Carport CHA, Fireplace. Wall A ."'plle. Owner FinancingGood ;
ACRES some nice trees, 2 septic. 4 I electric pole. .
10 BEAUTIFUL 2BA fireplace{ extra large double garage, Term 6.92 Acr",' ,
.malllnv.'m.nf. great
*2 BUSINESSES FOR SALE: 1 electronic, 1 health products, ; Doublowldo Mobile Homo. / &.2.lnch.W.,1I |
; and EAST1988
windows HWY.
*NEAT ft CLEAN 3 BR. 2 Bath on 1 ocr..'tlo.. to town fenced, utility bldg. 4"welL double Insulated more.

'* BUILDERS HOME over 3000 s.f., porch.. ft decks 15.45 acre, fireplaces. kite Immediate Occupancy, 2.000 down. $600 month, lease. Septic, on STREET 1.26 acres.r 3BR/1BA Frame Well, B Septic 2 Aer.... ,

.*:chen equipped double garag., many more extras/4 BR,' 4 bath GRAND STREET* 3BR/1 BA Frame, lot 50.150 ft., $ ..STIAWTEY '
S BUILDERS NEW HOME '3BR..2. bath on 1 acre, only $45,900. financing A Few of Our Many Listings Old Fashioned Frame Homo. 4BR/1BA. living A Dining

available. "fOUl YEAR OLD Doublawlde on 1 aero, motivated ."11,,,. Rooms: Lots of Porches, largo lot. City Water Soe ,-ik. .
6 ONE ACRE .Ifand septic on paved rood.' ** Only Slt.OOO. Mobile Homo In Excellent Condition, Well A Sop1Ik.
shaded HURRY I Nice from... home. 3 ft.. In city. NEW RIVER 2BR/1 BA. SW .
6 REDUCED I Only 527.SQO.' 2 BR, 1 bath ready to move Into on .nice "301 SOUTH Over 1000 If.-. In MH on 2.43 acres. .4' well fruit trees $33,000. 9.5 Acre 2600. land Only $22.000.

lot. HUNTERS PARADISES ;2. HorroSj 60.ocros., Improved, pasturo, woods? Door ARE YOU A GOOD CARPENTER Buy 8 Ropoir this Two-Story 3BR/2BAI '
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SOT N. 10 acre a littl. over SOOT frontage galorollAWTEYt, Block ft Frame Homo Large living Dining Rooms w/Flroploco:.Large Lot.
.ADKINS ST.I clean ft neat 2 8R.1 Ba, beautiful large lot. .
school 194 water
cleared. close to 3 BR, city ,
*HWY. 100 W: 8 3/4 acre with 3 BR 1 bo. partly wooded. partly lot frame'homo.
'LAKE BUTLERs city water t sowar, big PROPERTIES I" .
6 BRICK VENEER 3 BR.. 2 Bo,family room. on 2.57 acre*. DOWNTOWN STARKE,2;, stores, presently occupied Owner financing.' 1.5 ACRES, Cry Hwy 125,Zoned far Mobil. Home) $3,500..

S BROOKER up to 41 ocr.s. .$38,900. LANDi. IS ACRES on potted road, nice property, owner financing. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home, 2 Wells; Septic Tank, Planted Pine. .
.4 UNIT APARTMENT occupied. HOME Beautiful with trees on :t CKr".. paved road.. .
setting | .45 ACRES Brooker, Will Divide. Owner Financing w/Good Term., .
BATH brkk veneer on 9 CK' ca convoniont to
R 3 BR. a ,/OWNER FINANCINGS low down payment, 10% Intorast. 3/2 10 ACRES -Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well t Septic Owner Financing.
2.65 ocre. .
S HWY 301 M.'t Versatile doublewlde business. In town. Large lot with privacy fence. shopping schools, churchos. Over 1500 sq. ft. $43,000 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove, Fish Pond. Owner Financing.. .
REDUCED Immaculate 2300 ..f., excellent water
4 HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brkk homo on 1.58 acres,
I Good Comm.rclal location on Hwy 16W.
*RENTALS: 3BR. 1 119. on Crosby Lake.) DEERWOODt Dovolopmont'wlth dead rostrktlons. over 1600 ,..., Immaculate 1 ACRES .
Mobil. Home.
1 k Bedroom apt. In Lawt ; BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 2.000 sq. ft., C"'allak" occoss. '
over ON I.HAll' ACRE Zoned for Mobil.Home. $3.000. '
GREAT BUY Starko excellent neighborhood. 3/1%. ......In kitchen'and mo'''. FIVE ACRES HWY 301 South

(imID: Cal One of Our Professionally WALDO: Nool 1400 ..1.1 3 bedroom, OUA. $34.00O.. LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business Location.
LOCATION in Starlio custom homo on S ocros. .
LOCATION LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Lake

Trained Staff ,TodaJ:...964-5069' LAKE LOTS Crosby a Sampson. Owner FInancing.
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: | 2 CITY LOTS : Northeast Section.
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r i .Irene L Faulkrl ..,. ,4682503ra BUILDING LOTS *COMMERaAL PROPERTIES .. '

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NEED SUMMER INCOME Or' Full-time lAKI MNtVA Furnished 2 M SILL .
on pr..t.lot. $1500
lob' Call Teresa for Information. Sell WANTED PROPERTY KINO ', AREA ham w/lorge" living room, d/r, both down,owner STORAGE HOUSESt Need I extra storage IM FORD 110''PICKUP
Please financing at $236.72: TRUCK
write P. tongwheel
O permonth.
Avon today. 94-4103. 8/4-25 "Drewer 280 Stork., ? Wo hava 9x10 and 10x10 miniwarahoute
large deck overlooking Igke. Dock i 4732730. .
OIT PAID FOR Fla. 32091. .4/7TF 4rchg 8/4-25 bate, XLT lariat loaded. 24.000
IOOKSI $100per laundry facilities available. 473-7919. MH FOR SALE *. Hole and Associates:
title. or 'rent 2 BR/2 BA home easy miles. ".950. Call .496-2O45 or
PASE. Fill, 161 $. tine 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7
8/4 rfnchg located 3 blocks from 496-2795. Coton.
school. Ownerwill Jimmy 8/4 3tpd. 8/18
eolnwoyi N. Aurora II. 60542. .4tpd .YARD SALE I M COTTAGE near library, Furnished, finance with small down payment. PIANO FOR SALE Wonted: Responsible. 180 PONTIAC BROUGHAM 350 Engine
7/21-8/11 AC. lake privileges $::240 month. New home party to take ,on ,small monthly
with central "heat and air; $2.500 or trade for small car. Call
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY I AI...., on Sea locally. Call
payment piano. >
473-4M1. 8/4
rfochg fireplace Call 473-7975. 8/4 496-2673 after 6 8/11
bla YARD SALE: family Sat., 13. 9-2 tfnchg p.m. Itchg.
product at home. Call for Informa- Aug. LAKE GENEVA Mobil. Home Park, manager at 1((618)23) >1.1306, anytime.
lion 504-641-eo03, ext. A9579. 7/21 p.m. Kids clothes" llnend. goodies from 8/11 3tchf 8/25 ,
.4tpd 8/11 galore. Hwy. 18 to Hampton Boat Ramp Keystone$135 month.Partially Call 473-7546.furnished 20tpd HELP WANTED Gl REFRIGERATOR Whit., 18', $100.Hot- HOMES FOR SALE

NEED A FULL .r PART TIME JOi try Road. Itchg 8/11 7/21-12.1 point refrigerator>> gold 23'. $200.

AVON! For more information, call YARD SALE Fri 8 Sat., 9.3 p.m. Moatlychlldrltft" ON LAKI GENEVA mobile homes, fur- KITCHEN HELP Short ,order cook and Magic Chef Go Stove almond. $100. FOR SALE BY OWNER
Ramona clothes location301 &:of dishwasher .. Call Three bedroom 1
782-3068. 4tcbg 8/4-29 BR Call -.. Itchg 5/)T 431-1090. Itchg. 8/11
nl.hed, nice 2 1'* BA furnished 1/2 bath: central heat and air One
lowtey at Church of .
lawtey God
GOVERNMENT JOBS $".037 to 69405. dock t loundry facilities available. HOME worker female, 'acre lot In Worthington Spring
8/11 area
Immediate Hiring Your area, Call 4732919. 8/4 Hnchg port-time, Call .473-2881 9-4, Itchg LAND FOR SALE Call 496-2850. 8/4
(refundable) ) I-S18-459-36I1. e.r, GARAGE SALE On Hwy IOOW 5 milesout home 8/11 ;Jtchg.
F-3377 for of city llmmlts' on right. Car seat ATTENTION I .
List, 24 hours. 3tpd Wont to have first
decorated 2 ft*. 1 BA enclosed front your
./..-.. children clothes, adult clothes mist, facilitiesavailable. debt free' Christmas? Christmas 1-3-f ACRE PARCELS 160 ocre farm, FOR RENT

FIDIRAL OOVfRNMINT IS HIRING, Items Great bargains, Saturday, Aug. porch dock. Stove*t refrigerator laundry' furnish Around the, World Is now hiring would make nice ,hone form, low"down
16.000-$62,000/yr.. Call1B05S6S16I9. 13. Itpd 811SATURDAY demonstrators from all areas. No In- payment owner financed. Ap-
ed. 4732919. 8/4 CLEAN FURNISHED
tfnchg Central Ale:
YARD ALF> Butler Rd. off Iocr't, rood with 2
ext. far vestment paved
CB500 Inv no collecting no delivering.For pro
KEYSTONE ft. office Extra.
mediate lean 100. Boat and household furnltur. CENTER 500 sq.. or bedroom mobile home on SRI8 Haleand Reasonable Rent PINES Call
ACCOUNTING response CIERK/CIERICAU P8X 964-2612. Itpd 8/11 shop. $220 per month, 473-4961. 8/4. 473-4543 more 2tchg Information 8/11.18 caU8eh I Attoclate. 496-3939. tfn/chg. 496-2366, SR121, lake 'Butler 7/14

OPIRATOR/CURICAU full-tlm poll CHAIRS TV STAND china. con opener, KEYSTONE BABYSITTER. needed., my house or 12/31 tfnchg.
yoursIf TWO
tlons _lIabl... Previous experiencepreferred. pots, pans, lots more. 831 Cypress St. CENTER executive pecan ( childproof). Approximately IS hours 40 ACRE OF LAND Located on County BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI In coun.
964-S811. Thurs., Frl., Sot. .It 8/11 paneled office space. $223: per month Road leA Partially cleared with right try. lake Butler ore I; Ideal for small
Apply to Lake Butl rHospital 473-4961. 8/4. per week $3 50 hr. 4752857.: 2tchg family. $135
Hand Cantor 1021 PAW STREET STARKE! Go to Bradford -- tfnchg of way. Ar le Cowart. Call man plus depotitt.
Surgery 850 8/11-18
E. 1 M COTTAGE near library furnished Available Sept. 1. all .431-1714.
Main St., Lak Butler, 496-2323.. EOE. Hospital turn on Colley Rd. Go n 1(912)826-5054( ) 496-2466. 8/4.2tpd. or
Itchg 811JANITORIAL post nursing home, turn left on AC. $240 me. Lake privileges 8/11 496-2533. 8/11,2tpd. H/IB

HELP WANTED for, office 2 Southgota. look for signs, Proceeds go 473- 961"8/4 tfnchg YARD SALES ,HILL TOP NW. of Worthington 1.3acre

nights par w..ok. $..50 hr. Apply In to Bradford Humane Society. Itpd 8/11 2 BR MM reasonable, central AC nice *, 150" en paved road 511 I 8.1 mile
par '
FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY. '.5 neighborhood near school. Lg. screened GARAGE SALE 13, 9-3 MISCELLANEOUSJETS
po....... Telegraph. 135 W. Call St. TF p.m. 200A or Saturday Aug. West of SR121. Seller will consider
DENTAL ASSISTANT Applicant for this Old ,Lowtey Rd., North of Tatum porch, carport utility fenced, lake sofa,rscliner, etc, 1SSGrove St. Itpd financing, with down payment. Carrie
mutt have HS Sawmill lowtey. 782.3O52. Itchg 8/11 privileges. 1-904-3884109 after 9:30 8/11 Duke Smith, Real Estate Broker,
position a diploma or Its BIO YARD SALE .m. or 1-404-473-4221, 2tpd 8/4-11. FRI i SAT 9-5. off '
p ;
equivalent or mutt hava completed a Saturday only Aug. 13. 214 Keystone Hills 496-3087 or 496-3574. 8/1 2tchg. 8/18 Shop Jet' for new and used clothing forthe
8-3 p.m.223 W. of N.301 or 16 West to SEPT. 1 $300 plus utilities. Lake Geneva Oak Drive, follow signs. Truck topper,
(raining program to become: a dental' family. 265 N.W. 7th Ave. Open
225 at HandyWay take right, look for waterfront cottage, furnished go-cart: AC.cloth. 4 misc.Itchg 8/11
attlitont. This petition offers come iecluded., LOSTFOUNDBLACK Tues., ,Thu..., FI.. and Sat 8/4 .4tchg
signs, Kitchen Items, dishes, silver spacious, BR vl.w.
Detltlve with an excellent benefit ,,,8125T
pay ware, women's, chlldrens clothes" lots fireplaces deck AC/Heat. Lease.
.package, retirement Including health and goodworking and life In.uranee. of good stuff. 7823171. Itchg 8/11 .-.. lI.f........ ..473-265S. 2tpd 8/11-18 NOTICE AND WHITE (MALE) WALKER

condition Salary 3 FAMILY BACK TO SCHOOL k MOBILE HOMI FOR RENT 2 BR 1% ba CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted DOG lost near John Whlteheod'farm.If ,
'$513.35-$828.04 bi-weekly. 'Interested ranga CHRISTMAS YARD SALE Sat., Aug. 13, on Deer Spring Lake. $250 first, last'and to the Lake Region Monitor office found please call "" .71"2, after 6'' PERSONAL SERVICESIII
8 a.m. until. Clothes,household goods, ''pm. Ifr/ltpd, 8/11
applicants should submit a complatitttata >> deposit. 473-2S66. Itchg 8/11 In writing and paid In advance '
bikes, stereo, furniture
toys ,
application to: R. Not>> Holtan un I... credit Is ,already establishedwith SEPTIC TANKS Install septic tank,
Personnel>1 Mgr, Now River Correctional tablelamps kitchen appliances, other "' this office.MONITOR HELP WANTED ,haul fill dirt drain fieldt. Free
assorted: Items. Rd. 225 In 3 CARS TRUCKS
In.t., P.O. Box 333 Rolfo'd, Fl, blocks of STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Estimates. Call 964-2470 or 964-7610.
west 301 at
320830333. EOE/MF.ltchgl/l1 coutlon'.lIght. MOTORCYCLES RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 7/21 Btpd. '/1
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Friday Saturday BENEFITS Come ,In and talk with ut.
ly. 964-5232. Itchg 8/11 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Queen-size bed IMe.300ZX 2 plus 2, loaded excellent THE TELEPHONE. Lake Butler Apparel' 650 S.E. 2nd
ENJOY WORKING WITH DOGS Musthave .with headboard 7 hp Troy-Bllt rota condition garage kept 20,000 miles.See Classified deadline is 11.00a.m. Tuesday Street Lake Butler. 496-3601. tfn/chg
dependable transportation and tiller clothes, glassware, misc. 100 at comer of Hwy 21 > 100 or call prior to Thursday publication. 1/21 SADDLES AND TACK

phone. Full time 40 hrt. Including Sat. West, 3 miles, I left on SW 5th St., follow .473-4765. weekdays or .4730628weekends. ", Minimum charge if 15 words for$3.50, GET PAID, for reading books $100. NEW LOCATION
and Sun part-time 2O-25 hr*. Applications signs. It 8/I n 3lchg 7/28-8/11: then I IS cents for each word thereafter. title Write: PASE-F710 161 S.. Lin-per

2.6 p.m.. Aug. II, 12, 13 only. BIO YARD SALE Everything you need. 1t4 FORD VAN' 'V ton factory conver.Ion ,. colnwoy, N. Aurora. II. '60542. 8/4. ra\V.USED.RECONDiTIONED

Call "85-117..ltchg. 8/11 Frl t Sat,, 511 4 SIS E. South St. Itpd low mites,too many extras to list, ''4tpd. 8/25 SADDLES
HARDWARE MAN WANTED apply Acme 8/11 ,"73-3307.2tchg8/.f1. TACK
EARN $7.75 HR. We need Quittance In
Hardware 301, E. Call St.*. "" .6163. ,4 FAMILY YARD SALE Pine 4 Adams FORD PICK-UP fiberglass topper,,360 SERVICES ,evaluating and responding to dally SADDLE

Itchg 811PARTTIME behind Latey Elem. School Sot.,, Aug motor, not a rough bucket'$14SO/or : work report submitted by our agent

COOKS A WAITRESSES 13. 8-3 p.m. 7823005.' Itpd 8/11 offer. 192O NE 23rd Ave.. Gainesville. PRESSURE WASHING ,y Houses, mobile, throughout the ttate., No experience AND HARNESS

mature people please. Apply In pr.oni YARD SALE Sot., 830 a.m., until., Itchg 8/11, horn., pool, deck; tldewalks.' Free necessary: paid to complete training.i.work SPECIAL ORDERS

no phone call. Pizza Hut Starke.2tchg. Women's, teens and childrens clot"\ .ttlmat*.,, Call. Rob .473-3590., 8/4 at homer' For information end '
8/11-18 bikes, toys, household adds .. HOMES FOR SALE tfnchg eld-addrotted,'stamped envelope 9 1460 -A'S. WALNUTUS
Hwy. 230 1 mile past hospital. SE 1st ROOFING, GUTTERING. Tear off, haul '1/2 inches long to:' AWGA,'' Dept. E, 301 S. ACROSS
MAN weekends ((3 day), professionalnot St., 2nd house I..... "" .5777. '
.on Itchg and work. Box 49204. Atlanta Ga. Itpd.
necessary. 9648634. Itpd 8/11' 8/11 ,BV OWNER Keystone Club Estates.>3 away replace, Quality ,30399., FROM NEW KOA
''III. 2 BA, concrete block with centralair Reasonable rote. Call Keith 4730768. 8/11
i ,heat Wooded 8/4 tfnchg' CLOSED MONDAYS
'accepting application for position of fireplace. lot. utlll-:
police officer. Mutt b. certified pollen SCHOOLSUNITED 'ty shed with power S many extras,' SEWING MACHINES CLEANED i oiled and

tandard Apply City Hall,. Merreoll) ,$39.500. 473-2513.4tchg 8/11-9/1, adjust tension in your homo"Special
Does OHica. 8/11 $14.95. Repair all brand Workguorant..d
Itchg 'TRAVEL SCHOOLS Reservationlsts -
473-7862. 8/4
,WATSON REALTY for CORPORATION RE Associates.I I. nowinterviewing For Live Computer, Trovle Agents"Training, Ticket Placement Agents, FOR. SALE TYPING letter, report,tfnchg/.......... County, Line Nursery -

more Information or a confidential In* ,Assistance, Financial Aid Available,, VIDEO CAMERA RCA Pro-Wonder 300 Editing word, procelng. Book, ,& Landscape
statistical Accurate
'typing. .
tervlew, please call Dean Weaver., Correspondence/Resident Training case, tripod extra battery top of the '
473-7653. 623TFHOMEMAKERSI Accredited Member NHSC, Call toll- /line video camera. 4733307. 2tchg dependable, reasonable.' Owned t Operated by David Wolnwrlght (O64-63O6I
Application now being free 1-8OO-782-2480. Headquarters: 8/4-11 475 1638. 4tpd 7/:28,8/18: 2V4\ Miles East pf St Slorjt art.5R IAComplete .' '
accepted for 30 demonstrators, port41 Cleorwoter. Florida fcan CARE FOR ELDERLY .will do ligh'hou..k..plng
PIANO FOR SAU -Wanted: Responsibleparty alo. Landscaping & Design
.... .ffna;work for lull-tima pay. No collections UNITED TRUCK MASTER Truck !Driver to take Ort small monthly Hava good'
,'no deliveries, FREE paper supplies Training, O,O.T, certification, |job!1 1ploco..t payment on piano. See locally. (:011Monag.r .73.0726.. Ztchg 8/4-11 .. Plant Sales Cypress Mulch''
FREE $300 kit, FREE training. Call ,assistance, financial aid at 618-234-1306 ELECTRONIC REPAIRS Service for VCR.
378-0213. 4tpd 7/21-8/1) available, correspondenceresidenttraining >> 8/11-25 ,anytime.3tchg TV. stereo, etc, Fr. pick-up, delivery, Irrigation Design & Installation i

HOUSEPARENTS'The Advent Christian accredited member NHSC. TRUSSES FOR SALE It common 36'0"; 1 free estimates. 3732364. 2tchg 8/4-11. e Sodding Sprigging & Seeding
Village I I. for Call toll-free 18003463112. Headquarters BABYSITTING In my home.Prefer agesTd
>> accepting application a gable and 36'0": 7/12 pitch 2'
couple to ba full time houtaparant> in : Clearwoter, Florida. fcan overhang $500 cash. 473-7417 Itpd to play with 3 year old on. Nice en.
our children. program This it a !livo-ln SECURE A CAREER In the aviation high 8/11 vironment, excellent care. 473-0845. ,

petition four day par week, to provide pay Industry day/night classes, col USED CUSHIONS suitable for church Itpd 811ACTION
daily cars and supervision, or log> credits, financial old |job place pews, 7 feet 3 Inches in length. Makean LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard, FOR SALE .ib-
youth. For mora Information call ,ment. Details call free 1-800-877-2233, mower, edger, mower-bagger,
904-658-3333 '...t. 320. 4tpd 7/21-8/11 ext. 127 In Florida fcanMANAGEMENT Itpd offer.8/11 Call 473-4926 from 8-t dolly, blower weeding. Call "" .2281. 4tchg .-i Fill Dirt, Top 'Soil, ,

NOW HIRING. Experience awlng helpful machineoperators. but will 8/11-9/1 Large or 'Small Loads of Llmerock

'train. Starting roM S3.6O with 3 week FARM ANIMALSPIGS MISCELLANEOUSPACK '
Work Bulldozer''
Tractor -_ -
review far Incr........,Apply at Vogue HELP
Manufacturing. 710 S. Water St.,, FOR SALE Call after 7, p.m, RAT Buy sell and trade collectible ).
Stark. Itchg 8/11 WANTED... 473-0656. 2tchg 8/11-18 Item and antiques. Used furniture, 964-6182 ,e. 964-5823 e 964-6095

CITY OF STARKI POWER PLANT has an CAREER MANAGEMENT glassware, jewelry and much more.

opening for the potitlonn of Power OPPORTUNITY. 1ST MILLION LAND SALES Coma see for yourself. One mile east

Plant Operator.; Thit petition involved OF LOOUISV1LLE. KENTUCKY:IS of Keystone Height on Highway 100.

shift work The minimum requirementsar COUNTRY SETTING- 5 Vi acres:1985 OW,' 473-2183. 8/4 tfnchg .
graduation from an approved high Gold Head area, 3/2. CH/A, cathedral GENUINE LION RUG Head teeth claw David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
school or G.E.D. Prior power plant or COUNTY AREA. ceiling, fireplace, nice kit S tall $1650/or offer.,.1-376-3718 M-F..
electrical experience preferred. Applications < WE NEED FOUR TOP-NOTCH chen/dishwasher, Deep well, partially 8-6, Itchg 811BOATS Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
will ba received until 5
fenced 12X24 storage shed. Sacrifice,'
Friday Aug. 19. Apply f the City of POSITIONS. MUST BE GOOD $35.500. 473.0252. 4tchg 8/11-9/1 CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133
Hall Personnel Office, 209N.
Starka ,
St. Starka.2tchg 8/11-18
Thompson .
AND HARDWORKING. house, 2 BR, screened porch AC/H:, I
Furnished. No pet. Enjoy| swim ski' '74. SIDEWINDER 16", 75 Johnson 85 HP
MUST HAVE GOOD flth. 473-2440 Itpd 8/11 A trailer $1795: '73 Manatee, 18V,*73

REFERENCES. IMMEDIATE Evlnrude 8S HP trailer,. $1100; MFG,
OPENINGS. PETS FOR SALE 13' Gypsy ft. trailer $500: Koyot Pontoon LAKE, ,BUTLER aPARTmEnTS,

$360 PER WEEK TO START. Evlnrude 4O HP i trailer, $2000.
1-2-3-4 unltS:These
Call 8/11 Now taking applications for bedroom '
RAPID ADVANCEMENT; 44 t TO I MONTHS Beagle and Walker, l' 904-473-3298.' Itchg .
all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have
female. 2 male $50 each had all
OF $28,000, ;
shots. 473-4618. Itpd 8/11 wall-to-wall carpet.crapes,and kitchen appliances. Orvtlte laundry
,-.WEEK OLDfull blooded Beagle pup- facilities.Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.
[ V. DURRANCE EXCELLENT TRAINING pies. Parents on premises./ Wormed
NO EVENING OR WEEKEND $75. Call 473.3387 '. 4pm.,Monday- T.II.E.Apartments For, application and'Information
WORK 'Friday. Itpd 8/11 Pleas. *..,u* at @


CALL DENNIS MARTIN MON. Lake Butl.r. Fl 32054 5NSsOr s '
AUG. 15 FROM 9AM. 8 P.M.'AT Call 496-3141 -
'Well DrillingRotary I I 922 E. Brownlee Stl I
1.377.4000 BO-K> NURSERY 4 miles south of light

2"to 6" '' In Melrose on 21. Rose of Sharon In
2'3 BRs AvailableLoW
bloom viburnum gardenia, azaleas,

hydrangeas. 472970 Itchg 8/11 Income e Now Leasing

Pumps' TO TRAIN BE A Housing T.=.T Forest Park Apartm ts I

PROFESSIONAL'SECRETARY 964-7133 LOS H008INGLORIA'S An' apartment complex designed for moderate Amt
Income families: No rental assistance ,....:'T, .......,y..,"',,,',',

A"6 available. Attractive I&:2: DR/1 Ba apts.. ,.. '

SEC./RECEPTIONIST1 : HOUSE Studio range refrigerator, carpet central heat &: air, .w '? "
0 EXEC. SECRETARY ) patio and laundry. Free water sewer &

garbage. Rent $185 $220 minimum.Two
Start locally, time/part time. avail.
complete handicapped apartments
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor Learn word processing and related LESSONS GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS Foe Lnforaattoa/AppllcaUoiu _
secretarial skill Home study and Lake D dlsrs 1132066
Pans*Park Apartment 775 NE 1. Street.
Your Plumbing Parts resident training. National CALL 964-8210 Tues-Fri 11-7",sim-won 10-2 arwui 4Q&.3I38 It*.JJ Q.
headquarters. Pompano. Beach FL


864 N. T mpl. /1v.. Stork* 1-000-43M004 Po UNITED, REALTY *
of A.C.T.Corp., IIGK of Starke
Nights ft W..lcnds '60

,". .757. .AccredIted NHSC Member Train to be a John E. Curies, Broker COMTRACtOREAGLES '

TR/VVEL AGENT US 301 South. Starke. Fla,,.'964-8447 Home 473-3627 AvA'LABLE'



Elixson Wood Products Inc. UNITED REALTY I: .

suit! loc/3y. full time/part time. is proud to announce iJ
| Train on lIVe airline computer

Cypress Mulch Pine' Bark Horn National study HeadquartersPompano and Resident> training two very powerful additionsto

Beach. Florida its sales force:
We Deliver

.JOB ft ATrUTfTT ASSISTANCEA.C.T. : c_ Claire Chlappini Home .47 -2521t'f

We Also Have Red ,Heart Cypress Lumber TRAVEL SCHOOL | : J' Nick Chlappini.Home-475-1032:

Accradttod Member NHSOI Lww fous. Conlenipoiary Mom KIt form or trocraa Fred Sadcett-Home-964-S447
lap sq. n. angle level.to 3iIOO sq. n. story
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KIVIIIIA .OAT 15'9"' ,,dp-sld., two FURNISHED ROOM with airy all/ utilities THRU BEDROOM, 2 both house In Lake
,motors, 50 hp and 7V4 hp motors In ax- paid. tram $37.50 per week Hampton, Oak. Wall to wall carpot,
Gallant condition; traitor with buddy MAGNOLIA HOTEL.Walnut.St? by Post CHI kitchen. furnished $490 .per
t bearings and now tlr..., $2500.' Ofllco. TF month plu. $250 deposit, 1-468-1837,
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 964-125 21chg 8/\1.11 MOBILE HOMES 2 BR I BATH WITH AC; Itchg 8/11 i
i FURNITURE 3.pl<)C.. /living room COVERED PATIOS t MILE TO IN WAlDOl 3/1, $300 per/month 1 yr.
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE. Now and ALICIA HAY In rolls under barn Dollvoryovolloblo. and lo-Z-Boy. Also quilted twin group bed. DOWNTOWN STARKE, 96/-7190. loato, roloronco* t. ulr.d. Call
,,".)d, homo and Industrial All makes os Arthur Gosklns. 7823727, sproods: and dropo. NFl design 411." 964 2414 bolero 11 p.m. Hpd S/11
$1..99 month. 964-6946.
and modols rapolrad. Call 964 8733. par 5126TF 9666ot.. 1/11 IN TOWN dean 2 BR house on shaded ,TWO BEDROOM ba. ACL 1/.62Mw
B'4TFSAtELITE 24x36"PLATES. 25 Aluminum.Moasure. ooch Groatlor PUBLIC NOTICSi INVENTORY CHOSinCS PENCE POSH and fancy and lot, CHtA, carpot. Prefer quiet workIng mobile homo In Keystone I \orao, Clay
SYSTEMS Installod flrom $695. CLEARANCE .Pro-onoglnoorod stool, barb wlra, 4x4s and Slat.... Coll adults. No pots. For oppt. to view County. $275 monthly, 471/7770./ 3tpd
Got 'HBO ,Clnamax: and mar.. For 135 patching W, Call St. 9646305.ropairs. TELEGRAPH. building., 30x40x12 $4.650, 40x50x12 anytlmo. 4852950., Itchg 8/11 call 964 668O after 3 p.m.$235 month 8/11-23 /
moro Information coil 783.3702 or $6295; 40x75x14 $9,675; 50x75x14 FURNITURE FOR SALE dresser, nights plus security doposit. Firm. 5/5TF ,ONE BEDROOM 1 both opt upstair
762-WOO. 4tchg 8/4-25 $11.485; 50x100x14 $$4,545, Othorstiosl tend mirror headboard tablt' chair, SOUTHERN VILLAS .OF STARKI is now $175 mo. plus deposit Close to shopp
Financing avalloblo, multiply boxsprlng and mottrost with fram, taking applications for I ft 2 bedroom. ing. W.O. TIHon, Licensed Real Estate
u..... PIONEER BUILDING 964-6744. 2tchg 8/11-18 apartments, $199 and $219 month Broker 9645065. Itchg 8/11
PINE FOREST 312.389.366. lean REMINGTON modol 870 pump shotgun ,,CHA., fully equipped kitchen, coblo FOUR BEDROOM mobile homo CHA,
APARTMENTSNow SEAT LIFT CHAIRS II you ra a Modicor' $200; Romlngton model 243 "' 11'1. roady. 964-729S or 964.4214. 5/26TF $279 month with 1 year lease. W.D. Til-
roclpiont with a qualifying condition, automatic rifle $225; double' bad $50.: 2 BR A"AJTMENTt.c"ntral hooting and f..n. llcansod Real Estoto Broker,
coil toll iron numbor. for moro Information klngsldo bad. $85?.stored In Starko. Call! cooling. ceiling Ions, and other deluxe 964-506S. Itchg 11/11 ,
Accepting Applications' for 800-445-4174. Icon Patty o tor 5 p.m., 1.372..629. 2tchg ..looturos, such os off street parking. TWO BEDROOMS 1 bath mobll homo,
2 & 3 BR Apartments at $195. 1971 MOTOR HOME) Champion, liko 8/11.18 Children and elderly welcome..: T pot 12x60. S250 month. 961.1238.5/1liP
oxcollont condition Inslda'and allowod 9648601. 8/4TF HOUSI FOR RENT In town $285 month
1\1)\loss\ than 33.000 total mil.... Dodgo :TWO BEDROOM TRAILER partially furnished plus $200 d"pa.lt..4681857.. Itchg

CH/A >Equipped Kitchen 440 motor fully oqulppod, gonorator FOR RENT, In country. no children 111SOON
Fully Cable Ready etc Must soo to approciato, $9,500 F 782 3942 or 782 3344. It 8/11 II.W.O.T.I.2.. .Ir..am. trees,
TWENTY ACRE HAYFIELD needs to bamowod. acre 1-285-4300. Itchg 8/11
1530 W. Madison Street EQUAL 9.8251.2IcIl1l8/11.18 -7115.2tchg 8/11-18 STATE EMPLOYEES need homo close to
REMINGTON 30.06 PUMP with NEWLY DECORATED furnlshod. -
scopo everything
Starke 964.6312 i.'f= t I HOUSING $250, REMINGTON 1100 automatic 12 Laundry tocllltlos Included. Video LOW RENTt. and uHlltios 2 room iurnishod effi.ciencios. and( your work? W t haw clean mobilo,
AC paid quiet
homos available, 468.1323.10/0 TF
OPPORTUNITY guogo, $250 or .boat oflor. 964-72Q3, It room available. Will' accept ono child cloon. 9645687. 8/I T F .
Mon Fri 9-5PM WALDO VIllASi unfurnished, 2 BR
8/11 Palms 2313 N
no pots Apts. Temple FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom house In ,
townhouse C"A. 448-1971.
Avo.. Starko 32091. 10/29 TF carpot
ADULT PARK clean 2 BR mobile homo, Storko. 1-726-7631 BfIPI Equal Housing Opportb /3/10 TF
Vi milo from city Nlca neighborhood. FURNISHED ROOM with .r, all utllltlos,
AUTOA/C 468-1371 10/ITF paid From $37.50 wookly.. Magnolia
.-: WE DO fiiii RADIATOR Hotol, Walnut St. by Post Office. TF
: THRU BEDROOM, I'/ both clear, close
i-ir ALt TYPES I 11II SPECIALISTSCan to prison. Call 468.1323.6/9TF
AUTO Truck Tractor THREE BEDROOM, IVi both CB homo in
city limits, close to Southslda Elamontory. -
HCADQUARTCRS FOR ALL YOU N_b Rebuilt I $37S month first and lost
81chg 8111
: .(. CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES control ACoxtrasj
496-2366, SR 121, Lake Butler 7.4TF
'964-6810 TWO BEDROOM CB HOME In town.
M-F: 8-5
CHA, carpot. Must sea Call 168-))323.
SAT.; 8-,12 661 N..'TEMPLE.AVE. r CORNER 16&: 301' CIC t 7/21TF '
JUST REMODELED oxcaptlonolty nice 1
BR, unfurnished apartment near
downtown. ',...8588 days or S33-2416
otter 5 p.m. and wookonds. 2tchg
BRIT ba home, now carpoting. CHAA
SCHOOL TAXESYour A ?yyN largo shaded loncad yard carport with
tiDEWAYNE oxtra storage Quiet neighborhood ,\
walking distance to schools, shopping. .
$323 monthly with I yr. loaso and i

school taxes were higher last year than they have beenin 8/11TF deposit. 62S Pinowood Dr., 9648073.

over 9 years. "

'1979' 5. Id: Mills 1982 5.478. Mills 1985. 6.O17 Mills ELDERClerk FOR SALE

1980 4.804 Mills 1983 i 5.50O Mills 1986 6.169 Mills O"'OIlTUNITY.; mobll."homo'park

19814.511' Mills 1984 5.65 Mills '1987 7.603 Mills of the Circuit CourtDENMARK BUSINESS on Griffis Loop. Acreage for moro
mobile! hqrnas or lots 38000. Call
,after 5:30 p.m. 964 8970 or 964 8705.
The Superintendent recommended the 1.5: extra millage last year which was 3/3 TFIoMOBILE| '

approximately 310000. According to the School Board advertisement In The': HOME FOR SALEi 3 BR. .'1'A both!
on 2.93 ocros in Storks ar.a. $18.000.
Telegraph July 28.; 1988. the fund balance (money rolled forward) this year was over t Call 904829.3960.4tpd 7/21-8/11(
700000.00 UNSPENT MONEY. Did we need to Increase Our taxes by 310000.00 if we LOW, LOW DOWN!II Now mobile homo,
were not going to spend them?? .IL down payments start at $350. For free
approval call Undo Roy's 1.351.8514.
HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL, now 28.66,1/3
WATCH OVER YOUR TAX DOLLARS Homos of Merit only $24,995 or $249

month. Undo Roy's 351-8514. 4tchg
Vote ForDAVID 8/4-25 .
4 .x 4h, TO SETTLE ESTATE. NOVQV lived im 1988.

: La-Z-Boy _J4l70,3/2.$700> down/$192 dWT&oroa )Tgnth.wr11fP9tnAAv1free .'
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up. T-351.8514''Itchg 8/4.25
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Victim businesses that were cobbed: produced a knife,with a four inch discovered
missing at 8
Found Wednesday possibly by the same man. blade and told the clerks to lay on 10, according to Superintendent of ISO marijuana plants last week. growing around Brooker, Hampton,
body of Friday, August 5,Bradford Video the floor. He tried unsuccessfully to James Wainwright. The three-day effort resulted In Silver Lake and on SR-100 south of
fJtUi black
] J a male was reported a man had been spotting from the air the
Wednesday at I the rip the phone out, took money from James Everett > ,plants Starke.
August 10, business Cleversey was serVlng -
after several times that the bank
day'regarding bags and left the '
noon In a ditch of building, three concurrent 18-month
east of an alleged bill.Late --
in the -
Starke. afternoon he returned and demand according to Patrolman K,R.Hinds, sentences for breaking and entering,
The homicide victim had been ed the clerk and her Jr.The grand theft,battery of a law enforce-
daughter Into the
there since late go description of suspect and ment officer.
the Cleversey Is from
Tuesday back
of the
evening and would his
they clothing matched the
according to Director Duval and Hillsborough Counties
of Operations not be hurt. He ripped the telephone the Friday robber.

notification Don A positive Denton.of identification the family.awaits the wires with Monday money from, from the August waU the office.8 and, Kenwin's escaped made large.A possible of The a suspect investigation:identification who remains is has continu-been at time was Officials headed of his have escape for reason Duval,said County to Wainwright.believe at the he Card n n Sale

Two tarkeBusinesses reported a man banged on the door ing. 150 Pot Plants
as they were closing. He told the
RobbedAn clerk he wanted to pay a bad check Inmate At 4 Large Found in BradfordA
undetermined his wife had given them. When he From New RiverA combined effort directed by the
money,was taken from amount of gained entrance they could find no Florida Department of Law Enforcement \1' GRANNY'SPotting!
two Starke :
such check at which time the man 39-year-old Inmate from New Domestic Marijuana Fiberglass
..-- River CorrprMnnnl InfttitutiVin u u________ was__" ,Division resulted in the harvesting .
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following defendants appeared Arthur Hammock pled guilty no tion and be dismissed or pay$101.25. urn, $50 court costs. Reg. 2.59
before Judge George H. mobile home tag; presented valid Samuel "Pokie" Hankerson pled Shannon Crews'pled no contest '
Pierce 'In Bradford Traffic Court tag,dismissed. no contest battery Tri Probation 'l 99
; County battery;six months court probation,
August 2. Their cases received final Geraldine N. Rondez pled no con- 12 months, waive fine, seek no'contact with victim, $50 court i\71199 ONLY JL
disposition. test driving under influence (DUD; counseling at BUGC for evaluation, 'costs. ;:
fined $625, license suspended six violate no laws. Sinclair Crews
pled contest battery
Richard L. Carter pled guilty months,attend DUI school Tri Coun- Dennie Michael Larsen' pled no six months no
; court ,
probation no
failure to renew tag; present valid ty Probation one year,50 hours community contest possession of cannabis; fined contact with victim, $50 court costs SPRAY DOC
tag, and pay$25 by August 5. work. $180 violate no laws,six months BLACK KOW
unlawful tag; $50 court costs. with DUI, pled guilty wilful- Samuel Messer pled guilty petit Composted Effective for
Clarainda Saddler Burch pled 'wanton reckless driving; fined $362 theft;. make restitution $407, Tri FLH.TWINTHEBTREStarke Manure applying
guilty driving while license Tri County probation one chemicalsAll
suspend year. County Probation six months, $100,
ed (OWLS); present valid license ,Baugess pled guilty DUI; fined court costs, violate no law /. 964-5451 Organic,..,Weed Free around homes,
and pay $50, court costs or pay Ruby McClellan pled no contest issuing lawns, gardens
10125. $362, license suspended six months, worthless check; six months Open Euery NightStarts ,. ORGANIC PEAT and orchards.
Linda A. Cooper pled guilty no tag, attend DUI work,school 50 hours com- Tri County Probation, write no Friday, Aug. 12 Soil Nutrient *,SO Lb. Bag Reg. 29.99 CIOC
munity one Tri !
on mobile home year
; present valid checks
tag $50 court costs, violate no Your
and pay $50 court costs or County laws. BRUCE WILLIS In 1 99
pay 19"EMrOBCIB.
$101.25. James Louis Hudson pled no con Don Crews Choice J. ONLY 40i' r
Grady issuing
pled guilty
Rudolph McGregor pled no contestno test reckless driving; fine and costs worthless check; provide proof DIE '
waived. HARD OvtrNHi
tag on mobile home; given 30 Hudson ',of restitution, $50 court costa -- DIAZINON'
days to present valid tag and be' found guilty careless driv- Patricia'Ann ._ ROACH SPRAT
Hoechst pled :
dismissed, ing; fined $52.Misdemean'or, guilty rated: R ... '=:- GRANULES
petit theft, retail theft; $25 court '- .
guilty Raleigh no tag' Danny on mobile Strickland home;pled pre-' Court costs Violate, six no laws.momths court probation,. I SCREEN TWO e -I 1 I 1 .::.." .._ Lawn&' Garden fj:

sent valid tag and case will be Yolanda Pruitt pled guilty petit Mark Lee Harris pled guilty BIGBUSINESS J Insect Control
dismissed. theft; 60 days Tri County Probation, trespass after warning (violation of ONLY 799
Regina Striglers pled guilty no tag 60 hours community work,violate no probation); placed on Tri County 633
on mobile home; present valid tag .laws. Probation one year, seek counseling After Rebate ONLY
and will dismiss. Arnie Evans pled guilty criminal for drug abuse, seek employment
Striglers pled guilty no tag on mischief; Tri County probation six violate no laws,stay away from vic BETTE MIDLER Burned Up Over .. Imperial VII Fire Ant
mobile home; present valid tag and months, restitution $200,'violate no LILY TOMLIN 5311 PfreAntg with Dursban. Control
will dismiss. laws, $75 court costs. tim.Joseph Brian Stafford pled guilty Recommended;
,r Maria Elf riede Secrest pled guilty William V. Forsyth pled guilty' possession of alcohol by person for playgrounds, parks golf
unlawful tag; $50 court costs Tri trepass on school grounds; dismiss. under 21 years of age; sentenced to 301 DRIVE-In 'courses and other areas.
County supervision six months. ed. seven days in jail on weekends "
Secrest pled guilty failure to Beverly D.Crews pled guilty Issu- write 500 word essay on why alcoholis Stake 964-7484 KILLS'IN MINUTES!!
display vehicle, registration; fined ing worthless check ($41.47 Mc-, a detriment to society waive fine Probe provided for mound,
$101.25. Crory's); make restituton by August, and costs. Frl. Sot.,& Sun '0-1 :_ ". treatment.Reg. 15.99 '.
Secrest pled guilty DWLS;: ten 5 or pay$101.25.Pamela Maids Smith pled no contest battery "
days in jail, Tri County Probationsix deYoung pled guilty issuing ; 60 days court probation, Tom Exterminate Them!! ONLY 699lO4so
months., worthless checks,make restitu- 'violate no laws..,.no contact with vic-
Lamar 'Addley pled no 'contest big THE
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DWLS;present valid license by Aug.; '
'5 and pay$100 court costs. PHYSICAL' THERAPY at Florida Pest Control
Johnny Clifton Wade pled no contest -*
violation of license restrictions; J :: 539 E. Call Street
Fisher P.T. EtTortlltoL
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I Obituaries ,

Eugene "Gene"Owens Hoi'pitalln 'Ft. Lauderdale.:He was until moving to Lake Butler In 1972, Adkins of Doublln,GA and James E. Lake Butler where memorial ser be In LaBelle Cemetery in't Be1le,
67 years old;Mr. Bearden was bornin where he has resided since.He was a Adkins of Macon, GA. vices will be scheduled with interment Mo. with Archie Tanner Funeral
Tyler Town MS graduated from retired construction,worker and a Funeral services will be held in the family. plot In Dekle Home of Starke in charge of arrangements
Mr. W. Eugene "Gene" Owens 79 Mississippi COllegeJ received a member of the Lake Butler Churchof ''Thursday morning at 11 a.m. In the Cemetery,. ,..
of Crystal Lake area In Starke died Masters Degree from Boston Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Providence Village Baptist Church
Monday, August 8 in North Florida University a PhD from UCLA.After He is survived by his wife: 'with Rev. Ennis Harper officiating. Mrs. SmithMrs.
Regional Medical Center, Gainesville teaching for several years Mr. Virginia Waters Lamb ''of Lake Burial will follow in Old Providence Caroline
following an lingering illness Born in Bearden attended Harvard University. Butler; one son: Ricky Lamb of Old Cemetery under the direction of Archer .Caroline Catherine' Ward Mrs. Francesca Wilson
Ft. Gaines, GA on November 3, 1908, Bearden joined Mobil Oil in Town; three daughers: Lula Mae Funeral Home of Lake Butler Smith, 81, of,tarke,died Tuesday Mrs.Francesca Goethe Wilson,85.
Mr. Owens moved to Crystal Lake.in California,later transferring to New Bridgeman, Laura Lamb and ,Aug.,9. of Athens, Ga., died Tuesday in the
1978 from Jacksonville. York traveling extensively forMobil Ramona Crawford all of, Lake Constancla Geneva A native of Steffenville, Mo., Mrs. 'SI. Marys Hospital following an ex
Mr. Owens was a member of In the marketing division from Butler. Six grandchildren, one Zacharias Smith moved to Starke in 1973 where tended illness.
Keystone' Heights Community'' 1965 until his retirement. Bearden sister Rowena Hensley of Beckley, Constancia Geneva Zacharias of she has since resided. She attended Born in Varnville S.C., MI'1$.
Church, a retired supervisor in the was manager of the company'spublic WV. Victory Baptist Church in Hampton, Wilson lived most of her life'In
New Orleans LA died .
,warehouse department of Maxwell Affairs Secretarial he was Funeral services were held Sunday August 3 A and was an active senior citizen in ,Jacksonville before moving to ,
>a member of the Honor Club. August 7 at 3 p.m. in the LakeButler native of Lake Butler, Miss Starke. '
House Coffee, Division of General. Athens 25 years ago. Before her
.. Zacharias 64, lived for number of
Foods. Bearden is survived by histen Ward of the Church of Jesus a Survivors'Include'one son, Harold retirement, she was part-owner of
Mr. Owens is, survived by wife: Murl Bearden Williams of Christ of Latter Day Saints with years in Jacksonville where she was Smith of Starke i!daughter,Wan Goethe-Wilson Lumber Co:; she was'a
Sara Lee Owens, daughter: Sara ake Butler j; two sisters: Doris Gar- Bishop Felton Smith officating 'employed by the Florida State da Kloster of Molding, 111.;, three member of Riverside Baptist
Gene Creecy, Jacksonville, and rett of Anaheim, CA and Jane Bakerof Burial followed in Oak Grove Board of Health Later, as an. sisters, Mable Abbott of ,Camp Church in Jacksonville, and.widow1
niece: Mary' Maude Wise, Mon- Metairie, LA)' one brother Cemetery under the direction of Archer employee of the U.S. State European Point. 111, Wilma Dee Hagerla of of the late Clif Wilson.
tgomery, Ala.Funeral'servlces. Michael M. Bearden of Lake Butler. Funeral Home of Lake Butler. ment, she served in several Endipa, Mo., and Viola Tally of Survivors include a daughter,
for Mr.Owens will Burial Will be In Tylertown, MS countries, Egypt Iran among Starke;three brothers J Ray; Ward of Donny Brannen of Athens, Ga.; two',
be held at 3 p.m. in Keystone Heights Saturday, August 20 with Hartman John Dunham GouldMr. others. b.A. Quincy Ill.,. Robert Ward of Cedar grandchildren and three great.
Funeral Home in charge of She is survived by a brother: Rapids, Iowa and Raymond Wardof
Community Church on ThUJ'lldar.Aug..11 John Dunham Gould 76 of grandchildren. .
Zacharias.Biloxi!, MS sisters
rangements. ; two : Newark, Mo., four grandchildrenand
with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin !! Worthington Springs died Sunday Graveside funera' services will be,
,conducting the services. Intermentwill August 7 in the Veteran MedicalCenter \ Beatrice Inman, Dahlonega, GAand nine gr grandchildren held Friday at 2 I 'i. in Oaklawn
WilmotIlardenbrook Zoe Pack Jacksonville; 16 nieces Funeral sen- will be held Fri
be in Keystone Heights Cemetery Corey in Gainesville after a brief il- and and number of 'es Cemetery with Rev .rt Peterson of
under the direction of Jones Funeral nephews a great- chapel of Funeral Home of
Home lness. He was born in Woodbine, GA nieces and nephews. Upon crema- 'Tanner Funeral with Revs, Lake Butler is in charge of arrangements -
Corey Wilmot Hardenbrook,, 18 of living most of his life in Miami until tion the remains will be returned to Bob Cooper' officiating. Burial will .
Bishop Mason Myrick Westminster SC, died Sunday, July moving to Worthington Springs 10 \
years ago. He 'was a member of
31 at from
Stephens County Hospital
Mr. Bishop Mason Myrick. of injuries received in automobile First Methodist Church of Miami,
an ac
Starke died Sunday, August 7 in the cident. member of Lake Butler Lodge No.52
VA Medical Center, Lake City follow- Born October 4,, 1969 in Jackson- F&AM, retired Letter Carrier >&
ing a long Illness. Born in Richmond, Assoc. and the American of
ville, Florida,he was a son of Jerry G.
VA on June 20, 1925, Mr. 1988 FLEETWOOD3BR
Myrick mov. and Emma Jo Brown Hardenbrook of Gainesville. He was a retired ,
ed to Starke for a lifetime from Rich postman.He .
Westminster. He had lived in Oconee
mond, VA. County for the past ten years and was is survived by his wife; Ruby 2BA Doublewide'
Mr Myrick was a member of Pine .employed by Coats & Clark. Mae Prevatt Gould of,Worthington'' :
Level Baptist Church, a teacher and Springs; three daughters: Frances
Survivors include his of the
counselor for the Dept. of Corrections -, home two brothers Gregory Evans of Branford,Kathleen Brittenof .
veteran of WWII ;and Korea 'Crawford; of Marietta and Randy Tampa and Donna Harding of IJVJ.ro 14 .900 -.b

Conflict U.S. Navy: Hardenbrook of Walhalla,;'SC; four Zephyrhills; one son:( Charles Cay ..
Mr. Myrick is survived by"wife; sisters Mrs. Donna Wilson and Mrs. Gould of Worthington Springs; one A 9 Shingled roof wood ilofng plywood floors delivery and
Martha Ann Sweat Myrick, one son; Sherri! Wilson, both of Ringwood OK, sister: Nancey Van Ostrand of )t set-up. Fleetwoc l 1 yr. warranty and Extended Warranty 's.
John Mason Myrick,' Dothan, ALl Mrs.' Sandra Richards of Spruce Pine NC; fifteen grand- 0pC
three daughters: Venicia Mason, children and ten great grand- .
Westminster, SC and Mrs. Joley Dix-
Denver, CO Brenda Factory Direct Means
Cooper, on of Gainesville, GA, grandmother, children. Prices only atl
and Violet
Fredericksburg VA Mrs. Bell Brown of Starke. Funeral services were held
..,Secrest, Starke, eight grandchildren. Funeral services 1 were at two Wednesday. August 10 at 2 p.m. at
Funeral services for Mr. Myrick o'clock Tuesday, August 2 from Graveside in Pnillipl Cemetery in
(\ were held at 1 p.m. in DeWitt C.Jones Calvary Baptist church with the Rev. 'Columbia County with Rev. Warren Quality Homes
Chapel on Wednesday, August 10 with Joe Haskett officiating. Burial followed R. Godsmark! officiating. Burial
Rev Roman Alvarez conducting the .in Toccoa City Cemetery followed in Phillipi Cemetery with
services. Interment in ,
was Crosby
Archer Funeral Home' of Lake'
lake Cemetery under""the direction of Thomas Union Lamb Butler"in charge. Masonic Rites ((904)) 7528627Hwy
Jones Home. '
: Funeral held .
were at
Mr., Thomas Union' Lamb, 64 of gravesite.'Ann .41N Lake '
(Between 1 MO &.US 90)) City, Florida
E.". Bearden Lake Butler, died Thursday, August
Aeteriel Mobil Oil Executive,E H.: 4 at the VA' Medical Center in Barrick Adkins
Bearden'who retired in 1984 from Gainesville after a sudden illness. Mrs. Ann Barrick Adkins;68 of' '1988 4BR 28'x O
Mobil Oil after a 33 year career died He was born in Lafayette, living Lake Butler, died Monday August 8 ,
August.of; ,cancer at, Holy ,Cross most. of his life in Branford' ,and Bell, in the Alac':ua General Hospital in: w/optlonal l 5 'or' 6 bedroom
i Gainesville after a brief illness. She .
'was born in Pittsburg,.PA but had i\ LOADEDI!
lived most of her life in Gellico TN
JARVIS and Macon, GA. She and her husband
moved to Lake Butler In 1983. 22,900 209
FENCE & ALUMINUM She was a homemaker and a month
member of the Providence Village .
Baptist Church. Fireplace, vaulted ceiling-Man Extras!
Chain Link,,Wood & Farm Fence She is survived by: 3 sons: Ernest
'L. Adkins of Lake Butler,' Paul J:
Keystone Heights 100 West

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