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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Dog days are here, bringing I I hot muggy days and afternoon Editorial Pag. . . .'. ?. 11f I
thundershowers which: promise to continue through the Week-end.Th.. Social Scan' 5 lOA I
Area rains so far this month are measured at 3.69 Inches. Year to Public Notice.. :. ::. :::::. :''.I A 17 1>

average date rainfall rainfall for for NE the Florida period.Is 31.78 inches, 2.19, inches! below\( the Sportt. . . . . t,11ASECTION t a

Two poorly organized tropical waves in the Atlantic are not ex 108: 14 Pog.t ,
.pected to develop into storms, but hurricane season reaches a peak 'W.W. II ;: rI o.'.11
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in the next lour weeks, in mid-September. Fun at ti .
Temperatures are expected to range' from low 7o> to mid 90'5 Cobl. for Breaker . 41 ,
through Sunday N.wt Brief.. ..ssloe
First. Quarter moon, August 20; Full moon, August 27 Clat.lfled Ad., .11-111 es This Side of Heaven
It's time to put 'in a fall garden, Get Crackin'. Area Deaths, 141 'R1DA 25 Cents Copy
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gpting' New Teachers to Start at $19,100, BradfordPay I


raises averaging around $2,500 will go Non-instructional employee range from perience or more is $28,5(10. The average projects
Rally for Gunter... to Bradford school teachers for the 1988-89 $500 to $1,500, depending on experience an4 teacher salary jumped up $2,400, and is 12 The new school budget includes the $:!IIW! ) per
school term which began.July 1. job responsibility. percent at the very bottom and the very top of employee, some $195,000( for health insurance
U.S. Senate candidate Bill'Gunter, Contract negotiations were completed "I'm pleased with the settlement," says the teacher pay 'schedule.Administrative coverage. Employees must pay $iio: for major
will 'be guest of honor at a country about.6:30: p.m. Tuesday. Aug. 16. "We've George' Bowen, president 'of 'the teacher pay raises jumped from medical coverage and must pay for family
>cook-out set for Saturday after. given them everything we have," Supt. Jim: union the Bradford Education Association. $1,800 to ,$ZOOO. Supt. Duncan said. School coverage,
noon, ''Aug. 20, at the John Duncan says of the $900,000 salary package Teachers are expected to vote to approve principals will earn between $35,000 to$40,000. "I think it's an outstanding! sf'p|!' ment.
Whitehead farm off SR-loo between which also saw career .service personnel the new contract this morning (Thursday, New .dollars 'put into salaries from ,all There was good faith bargaining Starke and Lake Butler. (non-instructional) and administrators get a 'Aug.18). sources totals some $900,000, Supt. Duncan sides," said Supt Duncan. Negotiator Oewcy
Bluegrass music 4:30: p.m. Meal minimum six percent pay raise, and more if Beginning salary' for a 4-year degree will' says. It includes some $500,000() in new monies. McKinney presented the board's side; (fairly
'served 5-6 p.m. Gunter will speak they stepped up in' responsibility and ex Jump from $17,000 to $19,100, up $2,100. Max Other monies were pulled' into the salary '(see Teacher Pay...h.2.v, >
"+ around 5:45: to 6 p.m. perience. imum salary for a t ache..with 18 years ex package from federal sources and special,
'The meal is free The public Is in- ,

'vited. ''School'Starts

Open .House...

'An open house will be held Thursday .
August 26, (from 4 to 6 p.m.,
for Dr. Jose Jimenez; who Is '
establishing a general surgery''
practise in Starke.
The event will be held In the I
Bradford Hospital Medical: Buildingat
922 E, Call St, Monday

; '. ,{ Theressa Rail/., .4iq

,,: Both Democrat and Republican U : Z'-'i School bellS'wiil' ring early Monday
''morning August 22 and the
,
,M .. candidates are invited to speak at ,
1988-89 school will be underway
the Theressa political rally set next year '
Saturday. Aug. 27,, hosted by the (for another term
,45. Theressa Volunteer Fire Depart Director of Operations Leonard
Register says bus routes will be the
ment. Fish will be servedat
suppers
last He does not.
same as year.
6:30: p m., for $3 per plate for''
foresee changes in bus
major routes
'adults, $2 for children under age 12.
minor adjustments may bevmadc,
Candidate
speaking follows' jafterIabor Dayrsaid,; ;! the direitor.Bradford .

Sept. l' Forum... County{ will put 35 l hUht'S> ,
.i on the' road this, year, including 7
Democratic and Republican can- new units Six buses will be' new
didates will have an opportunity to regular 66 passenger capacity The
speak at an All-Party Political 7th is a 34.46 passenger unit for use
Forum/sponsored by the Bradford e L .., on field trips and in-county travel.
Education Association ( BEA> at Registersaid. bus numbers' may .-
the Starke Woman's Club and set differ from 'last year as buses are-
Thursday Sept. 1. V, reassigned to 'better fit a route, and
.Spt'ak llng'will be from 6 to 9 $k some routes will have new drivers.\
p.m.' Light refreshments will be Bus the bus stops and times should
\ i' ,/.served. Candidates wishing to c' 4 be about the sagiqon! opening day)! .s.:
., I speak(tare asked to call .the.BEA,{ '4 t last term ] v' ,.
phone 9645285. The I'JWt-HU Bus}) Route Book wilt lieprepared
.c j after the school1' year
Benefit Dance.' begins,'"since many students .. (
,\ It LkU enroll until after Labor Day, "

Adults can dance to music from I Register advised Superintendent.
the 40's; SO's, 60'$, 70's, and 80's :.'' Jim Duncan; t '
and help raise funds for two Brad- ,I
ford County children Friday night St'artingTime{ .,.
Aug. 26, 8 p.m. to midnight in the r Three area schools Wronger
" Fellowship Hall of the First United v. Elementary, Hampton KlemenUirv
Methodist Church of Starke. and (jtwtey Jr. High School, .will 1'1'
Proceeds from the dance will be U QlqTiincyPolitical' begin at 7:45 a.rri.,' each day, and
i', 'split between the funds for 6-year-1 dismiss 2 p.m. .
:': old Tabitha Mathews of Starke and Starke Elementary will begirt at. ", !
f'+ for infant, Britney Curtis of Hamp- 7:55: a.m.. and dismiss at 2 p.m,
M '. ton. '; i Soulhside- Elementary will l begin
i i' Sponsored by the "FUMC church : : : This crowd fought mud. humidity at 8 am., and dismiss at 2p,m.
I '_ youth the dance is open to all R'i' and a hot late afternoon sun to each 'Bradford High School'will' be irrat:
( adults In the community Tickets: \. chicken pilau and listen to political ,,8 a m? and dismiss at ;3:05::( p in,
$5 each, or on sale from the youth promises last Friday at the Bradford Bradford Middle School will beginat
or at the door. Refreshments will "- fairground 8:05: with a final bell at Bi r 15 a m.,
)i be serve ,', .... the Jtoping Club stands I and under Vo-Tech will begin at 8:0111.11'1.:
!" ,' On Kirk, Visit... 'r., porches: .. and turn-out\ 3;05: p.ml:
" It wasn't a large but the
'. group '
Former Gov. Claude Kirk'seek .School
Stalling.y
:candidates all shook. hands with
,. ing the Democratic: nomination for ,rvrrbudy and sweated out making' Superintendent J 110 DuneoW; says,
the U.S. Senate seat being vacated. :speeches,'' though some said they there is, no ,teacher, Shortage this
by Sen. Lawtey Chiles, didn't show .1" were talking to other politicians and year, and almost all slots have been'
for his announced visit to the Bradford -,' ,: ", : their families.' filled, both instructional iimf'tion-'
'! courthouse Wednesday morning -' ," 1i,. ., ,,1./': l' : : : ; : ,, At left Slarke photographer H..', instructional Bradford County area
A Kirk advance man, who appeared ;\ i ,\{', "" "",..Jji ;...",,:''"" + a '''hI';} 8,I;'"IWX'i',; ;; : ':.'\,'.: :'. :' .\":" Mcl.riiiloii hog collars two opponents schoolswill employ 280 teach.I., '212
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afternoon in \i\')} \ ; I: : : ,' : ,' I} ,' non-instructional\ staff :'and1 27 administrators
The Telegraph Wednesday office, said Kirk is a "\':., i';,':'', '., i., ': :,:01"> ,,"'" "" ".".',, ", ,.'". : '' :,\, "", ",' running Kliler and for KayNorman.county clerk. DeWayne, I All' school principals'were

day behind on his tour schedule and Is. traditional political rally returned to their former positions I'
will be at the courthouse sometime getting to be-.a thing of Ihe past? with' very few transfers\;among
,today '(Thursday Aug. 18)), but he teachers.
couldn't say when. Elementary and Middle School
teachers'reportedih Au6! '\ high

,; Class of 1953.... school teachers reported Aug. ,11' ,

u BUS class of' 1953'will'hold its 35th 'Candidates- Face, 'The Public In Political allySome Southside..,
1/. 'class reunion September 3 in the Principal 'Jesse Moore, who experienced -
,; Officers Club, Camp Binding.' + rather serious health
pro1blerns
',,' Friends relatives and guests are county" Etheridge said he would attack trained, but has high morals, and incumbent' Esther hall"'spea dng' / during the summer) is buck in '
invited, 200 persons ate chicken' crime in its infancy are Christians; said Denton. 'Tm first, thanked the voters for allowingher the saddle fulltime. according to
For further Information Call: pilau and stood around lor' nearly Republican Bobby Milner, who very proud to be part of the department = to be tax collector for the past Supt. Jim Duncan. '
,I Phoebe Green Bakken 964-7397; three hours listening to nervous last worked for the Florida Dejwrt- ," the veteran deputy, who is eight years, saying it has been an' Enrollment is expected to In-
: Velmarie Edwards, 473-4519 or political candidates speak at. the ment of Law Enforcement, saidrwfi' the investigator, for the department, honor and privilege: crease to .students!; up (from 650
, F.D. Thomas Bradford Roping Club's corral at the said. ., her'normally'soft voice last
533-2210 wanted to be sheriff since 1970 whejii Raising year
Please call after 6 p.m. fairgrounds during a .rain-soaked' he was a senior in high school, and swilling The Bradford Sheriff's Department Mrs, Hall stated, '"I was born andraised Only two teaching positions are
Friday night, Aug.' 12. to work hard for' the job. treats people fairly but firmly, in Lawtey and !have lived and unfilled at this time, a guidance
BMS Political rallies have a long tradi- Milner's wife is Carol Hardy, who Denton said worked in Bradford County all my counselor and' a speech therapist.Two .
Orientation.., tion in Bradford County but in recent' works in the office of Supervisor of Denton said the Bradford SD has life!" new teachers are on board,
Orientation for new Bf.'S :.uaents years, including Friday night, can Elections Neva Flynn. the lowest per capita cost of any Mrs. Hall said she is a certified Yvette Key, who taught in Union
" and parents will be held in the .didates questioned by a Telegraph Milner expressed resentment sheriff's office In the state. Florida tax collector and has eight County last year, !but lives in Starke,
school gym today (Thursday Aug. reporter felt they were speaking to about Bradford County citizens beIng "If something is not broken, it years of outstanding audits The col and verdell Long, who formerly
'!',' 18) at 7 p.m. other candidates and their families. labeled "corrupt," and doesn't need to be fixed," said Denton lector's office is the only one in the taught at BUS, but l taught In Polk
Of course, they are voters too, added "snakes." "You and I know that is 'courthouse to operate only on fees County for the past 3-4 years.
one candidate. 'not Bradford County." raised by the office, she pointed out. .
, In Emergency,.. Roping Club member Billie .Milner, said he will not have County-Clerk., .. Many changes have come about in Brooker Elementary...
I Gladwell guessed that about 150 ate said he feels she said. For instance Principal Billy McKae says
Residents political signs placed until the Nov. !9 Harold Davis recent years, ;
of Bradford
County'whose "
I,\ the chicken pilau. People kept com- general election. Milner has, no qualified to be the county clerk and the collector's office Is now com everything is "looking good, with
, telephone prefix is 485, 468 ing and going, she noted. Mark Republican opposition in the Sept. 6 clerk of the Circuit Court. The office, pletely computerized and connected 133 students enrolled at this time.
or 496 may call either of two Adkins acted as master of i of McKae. he to begin a
k numbers in first primary election, and will ad- from which veteran clerk Gib Brownis directly with the Department says hopes
emergency situations. ceremonies. Election is It is sought by Revenue in Tallahassee. "Writing to Read" program in the
vance directly to the General retiring open.
and .
toll free, reach the courthouse
Davis, Ray Norman and DeWayne Challenger Carl Hurst, who owns near future, with K-2 Implementing
''I."'c Those switchboard numbers during working' hours. Big Money... Glen Moore, who worked with the Elden and operates the service station on 1 a Developmental Kindergarten pro
, are: A cake bidding war saw one cake Sheriff's Department for 22 years as Davis, who has lived in Starke. the corner by the courthouse expressed gram.
376-1502 or 377-5122. bring $155 'from Mark (Chunky) a before resigning to run for since 1948, has worked for local confidence In his ability and "Everyone is excited with the
deputy
"
" calls After and working hours, for juror Reddish, the son 'of Sheriff Dolph' sheriff said he Is certified by the financial institutions and is now a. knowledge to run the tax collector's beginning of a new term. McRae .
regular non-emergency Reddish in a bidding war' between state in law enforcement.In mortgate broker. office. For 13 years Hurst served in said.
'. business calls during courthouse young Reddish and Ken Etheridge, a short speech, Moore said he DeWayne Elder 51 and a 1955 elected positions in the City of
hours call 375.0209.Upcoming.: .
} who is making a a run to become will be an active, working sheriff, graduate of Bradford High;pointed Starke government; including actingas Hampton Elementary.
.' -- sheriff. The cake auction, with and will be in uniform most of the out he's worked out of the county for municipal judge. Principal Mary Ann .Kyle said
: '. .... bid in Hurst who lives on Santa Fe Lake .enrollment of 202 students about
political candidates lined up to time, and will be seen outside the of many years but returned home ,
Public meetings scheduled In the was about the most excitement fice. Moore said he will work with 1983. "I want to be your clerk," said said he homesteads every year in the same as last year.
coming weeks are: created. It''was also the nearest the schools on the drug problem, and Elder. "Folks, I wouldn't be stan- Bradford County. Ms. Hall Hurst One new teachers: Cindy (tMrs.
Bradford County Commission; thing to a holdup this reporter has will establish a sheriff's auxiliary.If ding here If I were'tcapable," he pointed out. has homesteaded in (See School Opens...P.12A)
7:30: p.m. Wednesday Aug. 17, on witnessed In a long time" elected sheriff, Moore said, concluded. Bradford County: this year but for
zoning and other business in cour Other cakes were also auctionedoff "Bradford County will be a place Ray Norman 41, who resigned as several years prior has lived in Clay
thouse.. for big money.- where law, breakers and drug executive vice-president of the Com- County, just outside of Bradford Police To Enforce
; U.S. Senate candidate Bill Under the rules' of the Roping''Club dealers will not be welcome" munity State Bank to make a run to County In a home built by her hus- School Zone
Gunter will be at the John all, candidates, both Deputy Dot Denton spoke for'Sheriff become county clerk promised to band, builder Bobby Hall.' Mrs. Hall SpeedPlease
ff', Whitehead farm for a 8 p.m.'.. country Republican' Democratic. were Dolph. Reddish, who was make citizens proud every time they owns a home in Green Acres, in NW do not forget the safety
hV cookout Saturday Aug. 20. allowed five minutes to speak.,. down with a bad back last weekend. ivisit the courthouse. "./will'work Starke. of our kids,'advises Major H.. F.
il 'r ,' ,, Starke Zoning Board: 7 p.m. -"No, I'm not Dolph Reddish:. He's with the other courthouse officials to Wlgglns. '
of Schools...
Sher'iff.s'Race... look'' .make the government of Bradford .Supt School starts' for' Bradford
si' Thursday, Aug.25, In City Hall. much slimmer but I'm better ,
,J'A(; political rally is set at Democrat Ken' Etheridge the ing," joked Denton. 'County a source of pride" said Nor- Supt. Jim Duncan, dressed in red.. ..County Monday August 22.. Major
I Theressa at 6:30: p.m. Saturday highway patrolman seeking to The Bradford County Sheriffs man. white, and blue said it has been a Wiggins advises every driver
,' Aug. 27, sponsored by the Theressa become sheriff, said Bradford Coun- Department has the best trained Norman has twice been president: '.great honor to serve as that the Starke ,Police Department -
Volunteer Fire Department ty "...Is my home. My grandchildrenwere staff in any sheriffs department in of the Starke-Bradford County superintendent"6f schools for the will be vigorously enforcingthe
-Bradford County Zoning Board; born here.Etheridge the state, said Denton, with lOO's of Chamber of Commerce 1980 and past 3>, 7 p.m. Tuesday. Aug. 30, 7 p.m. who lives on a farm on hours In homicide, rape, and 1987 and has been president and Accomplishments Supt. In Starke.
An all-party political rally Is set Meng Dairy Road, Is reponsive to all burglary investigations, and has treasurer of, the Bradford Fair pointed to include: two-way radios Drivers violating the speed .
from 0-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, in people In the county. If he is elected worked with other sheriff's depart- Association and treasurer of the in school buses, 13 new buses bought, limit will be ticketed, said Wig-
the Starke Woman's Club, spon- sheriff, Etheridge! said, he will make, ments in Florida and all over The 'Cattleman's Association. over 550,000 meals served per year gins.Drive

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'No Decision Made



On; Waste' Budgetby I KEEPRODNEY


Buster Kahn In support of a new'-"position,Farnsworth A Afr '
BCT Staff Writer said Alvarez should make HALL
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Bradford'County Commissionersspent assessments, Hall should collect the
the better part of two hours assessments, and commissioners:
Wednesday night, August 10, worrying should provide maintenance of the
with Darrell O'Neal's solid waste program, which Includes fielding
budget request, and adjourned, questions concerning the
without making a firm decision,on assessments on individual, 'property WORKING FOR BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS
aitylhing. A final attempt was to owners
have been made last night (Wednes- Commissioner Wilbur Waters sug- '
day, August 17)), prior to turning the gested each commissioner spendone because
whole thing over to County Clerk Gib day each week in the courthouse
Brown and telling him to do the job answering Questions, saying )he is
The board (Of county .commissioners prepared to 'do his time"
)got bogged down In discuss- Chairman Mosley said, "We YOUR SCHOOLS ARE GETTING BETTER!
ing the hiring of an additional aren't getting anywhere," and ap- ,
employee, versus the purchase of pointed O'Neal and Farnsworth to
computer equipment and software Study the> problem .furthet, and
With input from Pat Farnsworth, report back later. '
CPA and financial advisor to the A TEAM EFFORT OF CARING EMPLOYEES AND SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS \
substantial brown's Offer...
commissioners, a case
HAS MADE A DIFFERENCE:
was made to include both a'new' County Clerk Gib Brown reitered
employee and equipment in ,the his offer of prior meetings tp balance
budget, the ''budget, providing the commissioners STUDENT TEST SCORES have FOOD SERVICE is excellent""at a reason-
One commissioner said, "It would set their priorities and cut able
Improved cost
look bad to turn down an additional ,everything they possibly ,can.
deputy for Sheriff Reddish' then add Budget request.expenditures exceed BUILDINGS are clean, painted & do AUDIT REPORTS reflect good managenot -'
another to O'Neal's staff,' estimated revenues by $1.3 million, leak, ment and bookkeepingTHE
Commissioner Joe Riddick has .
less whatever funds
bt>advocating': a clerk's position Clerk :Brown can carry-over come up with. BUS FLEET has been modernized EMPLOYEE BENEFITS are improved
for commissioners for several mono Farnsworth advised, the commls EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION programs MORALE of students and school
ths, saw an opportunity to combine stoners that balancing the budget have improved is'
personnel good
job responsibilities and add l with -over funds will"catch up'' .
justification for the position. with;you'carry in a year or two,and com- PUPIL/TEACHER RATIO has been WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT safety''
Riddick reminded other commis- missioners will face extensive cuts reduced record
sioners of problems connected with in essential the'
services Including
citizen's complaints concerning the elimination of programs "The only MANAGEMENT TRAINING has been ,. THE WORK FORCE is dedicated
$75 assessment for solid waste thing that has saved you is that you intensified '
'disposal :saying that "Bradford have spent less than budgeted AND, SCHOOL'TAXES FOR 1988 -, 1989 ARE LOWER!
resJ\lents'were run from office to office ,amounts," Farnsworth said.
," In trying to get answers about Chairman Mosley said to Brown, Keep the team intact: Re-Elect a caring dedicated and experienced School Board Member
,the assessment. "I know you can, but I don't want
Commission Chairman.Lawrence' to," in reference allowing the ".,,; : ;
," i"
Mosley agreed that residents went clerk '
to balance the budget, '
from Q'Neal's office to Property Ap- It Is, the duty of elected commis- ''OUR.GO L IS: to make Bradford; : County schools even better by .,'::',';',: ; 1;.::
praiser Jimmy Alvarez, to Tax Collector sioners to balance the budget,by br'
Esther Hall and Clerk Gib inging revenues and expendituresinto Having drugjree schools, maintaining! a workplace that "\ ,', :ifill' 'I\\ '{.

Brown in attempting to get answersto balance, Mosley said. recognizes productivity and quality and establishing policies ," 'I:: ,:;.. .,1 l i J
the
assessment :
Farnsworth recommended problem retaining Dr: Bill Lennon, effective, PhD, announced"his October I, that foster learning environment, so that our young people. "'.. :" 'T.:>;" '"
outside consultant to make a retirement
study an of the county's needs, and in a Wednesday night meeting of the are,properly prepared Jar their j ture.
Guidance
Bradford-Putnam-Union
make recommendation
an additional a position, He estimate, Clinic, according to former County, ,who ", ,pd..pOt:adv.,
Commissioner EW. Hodges < "
'the study will cost $1,000 Commissioners -
didn't' pursue. the, suggestion.. visited the meeting'Wednesday. ,night.. commission y

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from page lit 'NOTHING 'WORKS" LIKE A CHEVY TRUCK!
accurately;-said Duncan.'The BEA ,
union team was agreeable in each
and every' respect,: Supt. Duncan' i,
'said, '
Most important thing about the .
'new package is that it raises Brad- 'O' ..L1
ford teacher.salaries, which were'' "
64th of 67 counties ,in the state in $
beginning salaries' and 67th at the PICKUPS
top, to somewhere in the mid-range' ,, 99OO

,Supt..,"It's Duncan a.good says.raise...We feel good ..,....i
'about it, We feel employees deserveto .. ,,1
be paid well.We feel on the way to "'" ,
becoming competitive in termsof
very ,. -
.says.teacher:, Salaries, I Supt. Duncan 4.'Tax,. Tag &'T_ itle Net Rebate'1

BEA President Bowen was also
complimentary to the board,
superintendent, and negotiator for Y
the professional way negotiations ._--_ _
.were, carried out this 1 year. :**We \
disagreed at times,but in the end,it ==J= --- ,. ,
was an agreement that made winners
of the entire Bradford County '
,school district- teachers, administrators .-1 : t
board members, and .,ii jl1' .r.'P'I' llrnI11 ,
students," Bowen said. 0 1\\ ., !'
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Salaries of the superintendent and ',. 'n,'..,. ... ; ';,."I, I"f.,'.),
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school board members are also increased ;.",':.r:
.' ,
some four percent under'. .i''i'c"' ,
state law, : : 1 ,:;,,j .

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Int.:Wipers Chrome Step::; or ''Truck. Reduced '


Set, :Air 5-Speed TransGauges: Bumper :;::! : ,for Year-End ."

Auxiliary Lights.235 R15 .' :'5\
Action in the prolonged battle bet-' Clear Out .,
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ween the Department of En- Cigarette Lighters Radial Tires ,

the vironmental Bradford/Union Regulation County
Coalition Against Pollution (U-CAP)
will shift to Jacksonville December 5

for the a 10-day process administrative used by DER to hearingon site a 1983 ,Chrysler :New."Yorker '87' Olds ,Ciera ,- 4 'Dr. 'NEW '87 'Corsica 4-Dr

.hazardous waste treatment facilityin

Agreement Union County.on the hearing date 4 Dr. $45OO I 'AT Air $9 $79OO

a and conference location was between reached attorneys Monday for in Loaded 2Stereo'Ml. 1 O. 0 .,AT Stereo Air

,the ,opposing groups and a hearing
officer in Tallahassee. Although
Jacksonville Was the preferred '83 Ford Club,'Wagon"'XLT: .. 1987,Suzuki '85, S-10 Pickup
choice of site, the exact location has '
not been determined due to difficulty
in securing a hearing room large Red & Like New $
enough to accommodate the ex- $59'95'' 8.000 Ml. $7'300 Air, 5-Sp. 62OO
White .
pected number of spectators, and Like New,
witnesses, .. Custom Stripes ,
Sally Gotts, president of U-CAP

was Jacksonville pleased as with a hearing.the selection site. 'of*! "'88 Cavalier RS '87 Cavalier Z-24' :Nissan ;Pick-up

would like to have had it here, of
course,"she said,"but it would have
been impossible to find a space large |2 Dr. lot ,..1_ $
enough that could be reserved( for 10 ATE 11,500 Kind 739'5 .nu' 299'5
days.!' 13.00O Black B-Speed '
Ml.
Deborah Barton,U-CAP attorney

said ths she that and during the DER the next counsel three will mon-interview *,,,,"88 Beretta GT '87 Nissan 4 WD,PU

everyone involved in the site
selection process used by Roy
Weston Inc., a consulting firm $ PackageAir SAVE
employed by DER. Black $::8295 '
At a hearing held in Jacksonvillelast Loaded 12,5OO r r'
fall the Environmental Regulation Low MileOffRoad s
Commission approved a DER
recommendation to locate the hazardous
waste plant on SR-121, '2Mi '
miles north of the town of Raiford;
on state-owned Department of Corrections ,
property..,C-CAP filed an' ORIAN WELLS
appeal for an administrative hear- c; : 7
countered with
ing and DER a motion
to dismiss the appeal v Oral
agruments on these motions were CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE
heard last June 30 in Tallahassee,
and hearing officer Jose Diez-
Arguelles sided with U-CAP by denying G'vllie! 372.0103 'Sfarko 964.7500, Jax 282.4522f
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Political Bradford :i' : '.,

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From page,1 AIn Waters said he is proud of the' vice is excellent and at
Commission Dist.. 5... a reasonable' about school taxes, buttsaidhe'd': 'was In the state budget until vetoed
volunteer' fire departments at cost, employee benefits have improved ;
district school with
cafeterias no '' work to the' Is better
see Gov. Bob .
There is no Dist. S competition' on money by Martinez.Crady'
Brooker Heilbron the district has I
,
Hampton Springs an excellent
health complaints, above state the Sept. 6 ballot Incumbent Wilbur bus spent, If it takes more taxes for good said he also helped get
and New River. transportation
average test scores and a surprise Waters, Democrat is opposed by safety record ,school he'd recommend raising: more school money for rural counties -' "
from 'the last year's third grade Waters said he is out looking over' ,and school taxes for 88-89 are lower '
B.C. Holtzendorf, ,a Republican '' Personal taxes, Watson said. call the sparcity factor, He said ,
:which scored higher than any third the road problems after storms, or accomplishments listed
grade its size in the state. making his second bid for county of- 'when person calls him about a pro by Hall are: beginning school board State Races. prison and state employee salaries
.
fice. They will appear on the Nov 8 have gone up. He said his sponsored
Supt Duncan a square dance blem. "People think being a county goal setting seminars, promoting
'caller and singer pointed out he is General Election ballot. commissioner is a onedayamonthjob. 'annual published school report to the, Dist. 21,, FL House... Prison Impact Bill will help.
Holtzendorf, retired from the National I it Is Waters public, the board Rep. Crady said he was named the
Comfortable with crowds and at Guard said he "offers can tell you not, visiting each Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee; the most effective state House memberby
public events and can represent the a school center' for citizen input and. incumbent in Dist 21 for the past 11
said.Waters School
dif the Board Association and
if make
chance
to see I a
can said he elected forming blue-ribbon
as a a
committee
county well. Supt. Duncan said he'll was 'said he'd helped Bradford the Farm Bureau.
term. ference. Holtzendorf favors ,county-wide commissioner and will advisory committee of parents find county when asked, pointing to the
said he is member of
lower Crady a the
law enforcement
Challenger stronger 'school
David Smith a former '' continue to be one. personnel. newly renovated auditorium, the
school adminstrator here and 'now cost of the landfill operation,a three- "My goal is to make the Bradford ,state keeping SR-16 West to 'the Commerce and HRS Committees,
county solid waste solution, county- County school System the best in and the for the and feels he may be ,named to the
an agriculture teacher, and Who also the[ prisons, grant
works for a Junior college, said it is sponsored should recreation, and ahead says,the for School Bd.. ,Races... State of Florida for your childrenand .'renovation of the BllS gym, which (See Rally..P.12A)
time for. a change in ,the county plan There Is only" one< school board my granddaughter said. .
growth. He believes the county ,James Watson of Theressa said LfcA'JUt BeWLINti !IIII''I: ': .::Jo'I -
superintendency. race, in Dist. 4 in which incumbent
should'use private citizens as con- both his wife, Joan, teacher, and
Brad
Smith pointed out only one Rodney Hall is being challenged by
sultants rather than
ford district school, Bradford High, on problems newcomer James Watson his children attend Bradford Pall Bowling Leagues
is accredited. The other schools are' hiring outside professionals who are Hall a"24-year member' of the, ''schools Watson formerly the' Now Forming!
,fine schools but no one has gone to expensive. school board, said h.e) is happy to 'manager of a large chain food store ,
the trouble to get them accredited, Incumbent Wilbur Waters a report that Bradford schools are; in and a former school bus driver, said Pick Up ;Your Phone And -
Smith said. Democrat completing his first termon better condition; in fact. than ever he is very concerned about children Reserve Your Spot Nowl!
said he will ,
Not enough students participate In the commission, respond before. and buses. .
extra-curricular activities, Smith, to problems. He pointed out the Hall said) test scores have improved On improved test scores, Watson
believes. county has paved Laura Church buildings are'dean, paintedand said credit needs to be given where DIAL 964-8175
Students wait up to an hour before Road, the Burt Ellington Road, and do not leak, the bus fleet has credit is due, to dedicated teachersand ,
school and and an hour after school the Eunice Road north of Lawtey, been modernized the pupilteacherratio : loving parents.

for buses Smith said and is preparing to pave the Forsyth has been reduced, the food ser Watson professed no ,complaint Don't Delay Do It Right' ,Away
Road. '
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Taxes are too high, Smith' said,
pointing out the school board levied; "Y._ ", ,,., .. 'H, '__ "n. ,"",,' ''' "..' .., .__ ." _' .,,_.. ,, ._y '''- 'Y- "yo-y, .
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1.8 mills last years and this year hasa f'

$700,000 elected surplus.If Smith. said he will ,,Re-Elect, t :' Leagues, Are' Forming, .As. Follows:

develop a 'quality incentive program '
name a teacher-of-the-month, ,Mon 1:30 pm Seniors, Wed. 7:OO pm Mixed
and will compose a committee, in- F Maxie Mon,''7dO Mixed (New)' Wed. 7:00 DuPont (

cluding parents, to help him know Tue..7.00 pm Mixed''I11Ur.. 7:30 Ladies <,I
;, 'what is going on in the schools.Commissio'n Tue.7:30; : pm Men's \,'Thurs.. Men's (New)'

Wed. 9:30: am Coffee Frt. 7:30: Mixed
Races.,. 1 : F" Carter Jr.
Three persons are running for the 1
Dist. 1 county commission seat to be SSfarlce Lames
,
vacated by current commission t '

,Chairman Lawrence: Mosley. : { County Commission Dist. 3
,
Mitchell Brown born and rearedin
''
Bradford County and lives in An ,Offer You ,Can't, .Refuse!
Lawtey, said he's held the same jobin '" \ ] : District 3 Includes:
life insurance for 25 years Brown s ,
,4 Free
Good For One
said he is an honest, hard worker.., ,
"If you vote for me, I promise youwon't \ i" ,5A, 8A 8B, 9A 9B Game of:'
,' regret,it," said Brown.con-', I Bowling
cluding a short speech, \ ,"--, I"" 0-: '
Ross Chandler, from the Reno sec r ""It's more. fun when you bring a friend"

lion people of and Starke.people says can he talk cares to about him., I' Expires Sept. 10,' 1988

Chandler said he is concerned about Experience Counts
'One '' Person Per
,
growth, law enforcement and Only CouponPer'. ,, : ,Day.,
"of how is .
priorities public money -
$ '' tw:VVVV VVVVVVV:VVVVVVVV:VVVVVVVV V:
spent. '. :12 Years: as\ County'' ., Always, Available.,to theCommissioner ,
,"1 believe If'you vote for Ross I' .
Chandler you will see that type, of 1 People, -
government come into realization,". ; : NomewT.'''hT:':'''.,'1''i'Ao'r''' \t' ''';''''r"-'I'---' ''v.. :'''._
Determination
An Honest
Chandler said.Herman j
Johnson, from Lawteyand Served 3 times as 'to do his best, for the \Addreas..y., '1".0,;oI:1.\ ;, : : :: ....,""..iwaw
an engineer with IBM systems, '
said he will "try to do the very best Board ,Chairman' people of, BRADFORD ...... ..-..--+"r..r...;# "' ZIP ,Code4 w Yri, ...MP'hdne
,
job his ability-allows. Johnson said

he's served 10 years on the board of :, COUNTY'' .....Ky,_;- .. ,......_.......P."r.........,......._......_........_....._'
directors of the, Suwannee River

Economic Council (SREC) and has SUPPORTh been chairman otjthe board,for wo .., YOUR, CONTINUED
s years. / ... 'PrC'Cer.red Day of";Week:, ? ., .,,. ,. ,. I "
., Johnson said he's very familiar WILL APPRECIATED! M
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with parlimentary procedure. : Preferred :Time (Morn;,'.Aft.*. Night' /; ..... '
,Johnson expressed concern about '1 pd pal. adv.

parks and recreation for county y r : : t .
youth. \"If we build ball fields we
may never need new jails. I want to
keep out boys and girls off the
streets. We can't do that if we don't
have a place for them to go."

Commission Dist,'3.:..

Challenger, Ralph Bryan spoke
first, saying he was born in Lawteyand
has lived for the past 24 years on
SR-230 in Starke Bryan worked for
the' DuPont Company for over 30
years, 19 years in accounting and 11
years in employee relations. He .
served eight years on the county I,
'
< I
commission, from 196976. Bryan ' < -

pointed out he is the only county I ,,. }:i., A,,,1',.''1 f \ -IU' ,
commissioner to have served on the ; ,': '\, ;
board of directors of the State
Association of County Commis A /
,
sioners.' a
(
Bryan, retired from DuPont and I \
now a real estate broker said he's
'concerned about the county's growth
problems, wants to help the county N
in that respect, and said the county
commission is the most important, ,.
decision making arm of the county R ,
,
government.Incumbent. .
commissioner Maxie
Carter Jr., speaking second: ,said he
will try to help anybody who asks {
him. and will help if he can or tell F di4 i
them when he can't. ,"I always tell
the truth," said Commissioner
Carter.' ,', '
Now' as probably never before, as
the county i is experiencing import, r,1tit", "
'tant decisions, such as the solid
waste problem, and spending deci'
... Alt ,
sions.With 12 years of experience on !
the commission Carter said voters

would be wise to go with experience., DATELINE:, Washington,; DC.1969; DATELINE; Bradford County Courthouse.
He promised to always be conservative '
January, 1973
with the public s tax dollar. ,
"
Carter said he'll try to get aroundto Bradford County Chief Deputy Dolph ,Reddish Is shown

see everybody in the district." receiving:! diploma from President Richard Nixon during ', Retiring Sheriff P.D. (Pete) Reddish turns over "badge of
,
"I've Lawrence never high-hatted Griffis making anyone. his' Commencement Exercises In the White House (East Room) for office" after 24 years to son, Dolph'E E. Re.ddish. as )his

third run at the Dist. 3 commissionseat the 83rd Session of the FBI National Academy; at left is FBI successor.
said he is a life-long resident of '
Bradford County and has lived on Director, ',Edgar Hoover, ,
Griffis Loop for 45 years.' NOTE: That badge,was clean and untarnished then ((1973)) and

If elected, Griffis said he will be a NOTE Dolph Reddish is the only law officer in the history of I I'rn happy to say'it's still shiny and clean 16 years later.
fulltlme county commissioner: '
'
Bradford ,County has' drainage, Bradford County to complete! the FBI School. '

drug, and growth problems and he,
will work to solve those problems...
Griffis said he will be supportive of officer and commitment to community service
law enforcement
record my .
the budget needs of the Sheriff'sDepartment I believe ,my as a .,
noting the commission '
beyond "
"recently cut a deputy from r the reproach "
budget request. He said he would

have a county commission represen- 'and blessings on September 6th :....k. Vote for a Proven Winner.
tative in the courthouse for people to I need your vote,, support. ,
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.consult.j "

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any of the following Jewelry .tCf; / ,
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( Questions Asked) DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF,

Moonstone & Garnet Bracelet BRADFORD COUNTY ,
Store In y ("
Gold Locket wfR rquoiae
Center. Locket opuu "There's No Substitute For Experience"PD.
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etUTOTClALSBush : :. >:Fear of Yellow Fever Caused Panic

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( II, Yellow Fever Epidemic) 'i ta
'
to
," ,":: '' Fear of the unknown Is one of the
,;, strongest emotions known to mankind. a
1 That Tear Is largely what caused a panic
"" 'I'" ,ani reaction to the yellow fever epidemic in
1 a.
< the of 1888.
summer .
: Takes Long. ShotRunning No one knew what caused yellow fever In 5 t ;

those days, not even the doctors-,
t therefore, there was no effective way of r JtI.1: ,.
Chance Mate fighting it. Although a Cuban doctor as far ,
on back as 1881 suggested that the deadly
fever might be caused by a mosquito (the
Dan Quayle/ Aedes aegypti), it was not definitely proven .
until 1900.
(Sketch from Well. Street Journal
I In the meanwhile, all kinds of remedieswere
resorted to, without knowing which,
,I/ George Bush wanted to give the party, as well as being a vice presidentcast if any would be effective In controlling the g
Republican Convention a surprise party' in his own role with President disease. It Was believed that"yellow Jack"was i.-

with his selection ,of a vice presidential ,Reagana vice president with un- caused by microbes floating in the air, ;..
so windows and doors were kept shut tight,
doubted and
loyalty to President, a
he succeeded
running mate, certainly at
especially night.
,
willingness to go-along with o. ,subdued ; 14 l''
Tuesday night "
role. Whether Quayle will be content 'Another weird theory was that the

He selected Indiana's junior Senator, with that remains to be seen. germs could be killed, by concussion so ?
,J. Danforth (Dan) Quayle for the job, cannon and other artilleryeven
fired off at intervals but
into a As one analyst sees it"Bush chose shotgunswere ,
throwing political news analysts
and
the only effect was to scare horses
tailspin trying to determinewhy? Admittedly caution. GOP conservatives, led by, break out windows.All .

Quayle has made-far- ,Senator Humphrey of New Hampshire,
kinds of remedies and ,suggestedrules
had threatened abandon Bush he
to if
television good looks, as one writer putit for fighting off the dreaded fever
,, but more of a Robert Redford style failed to name a conservative were published. The Florida Times Union
rather than 'the 'rugged Marlboro Man preferably Jack Kemp, to the ,ticket, suggested'a diet heavy in vegetables

But Kemp, who ran an unsuccessful washed down by copious cups of coffee. ." ,
in .
type that Bush is ,trying project "" "'. ...... .
Consumption i of meats and alcohol was ; ,
campaign for the Republican nomina- I, '" '
order to put more macho into his .l' I .
but tobacco
frowned smoking was :
tion for President, did not appeal to upon, 1 ..
machinery 'approved as means of purifying the air. 1" J
"
Bush and his aides." Bush could also aj : .., ..
By most accounts. Bush may have In spite.'ot these recommended ,if' f. ;,", ',.
hardly' reconcile himself to Senator .r>
shied away from teaming up with Dole 'who had rather harsh, remedies, the n spaper itself was one of ,,, '\.j' : .... yS h THE FLORIDA TIMES-VNION
some the hardest hit businesses ,in stricken -t .....
: .
forceful contenders such as Bob Dole remarks .!I.o.JIc" .. lrJ ; "ftd! about Bush during ,the Jacksonville. The editor-in-chief, city ; ,
and Jack Kemp because he saw inevitable primaries.So editor, several printers and compositors, A Sentry- Stand, 'Shotgun Quarantine
clashes' that could result in his and the business manager all contracted Duty at Send Hill HoiplUt
he picked Dan Quayle,. hoping he the fever and died. But the only
administration from men who might not paper During the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1888
be content with completely second- might help with the women's' vote and missed publishing one edition during this
the conservative wing. '" tragic period.
fiddle roles. Instead, he' may have hours, perfectly putrid, notwithstandingtheir those desiring to locate in Florida.

selected the right-wing Quayle not only, Any other explanations? If so, ,let us area.Yellow There fever had was been nothing earlier outbreaks new to this in excessive saltiness when applied.: S.P',Gardin ;

to appease the,far-right faction of, his know. the 18508 and '70s, but the rapid spread of ,places Others,were and accomplished immediately put the on object.in their He Saved By a Freeze iOn

the disease in 1888 was something dif' obtained the remedy from a slave woman November 26 the temperature fell tl [
ferent. It began July 28 of that year when in Cuba while there in 1839. eight degrees, cold enough to kill the mos
Rep. Grant's Bill WouldEnd ,a Tampa saloon keeper came to Jackson-, quitoes and the epidemic was generally
ville to visit relatives.' Checking into the'' The writer'has taken the above from considered at an end, although deaths!
I Grand Union Hotel, he reported not feeling "The Family Friend" and has, on accountof from the fever were still reported in the
Abuse 'Appeals ProcessAt well, and asked that a doctor be called Im-, the cheapness and ease of obtaining the first few days of December. Hundreds of I
:. ?, mediately. doctor found him in agony remedies aforesaid, reprinted it in hopes squads of health workers fumigated every I .
from intense pain in his back, limbs and that it may prove valuable to others. dwelling in Jacksonville and this has been I \

stomach.His eyes had a faint yellow tinge, Not that we have the malady in Bradford credited with preventing a recurrence of I

long last something is being done In'addition the 'ability of a Federal ,and he was placed in quarantine. By County, or that we anticipate the evil, but the fever the following year,by completely
8 four additional cases of yellow the
August we have friends elsewhere who may yet exterminating mosquito carriers that
(besides idle talk and griping) about district judge to hold veto power over'' fever had been found in Jacksonville and have the yellow fever. had managed to survive the freeze.:

correcting an obvious flaw in' the State' appellate courts :has resulted in, the epidemic was under way. Many of us are beginning to call to mind On August 17, thanks to its strict quaran-,

,State/Federal judicial system. friction between the two systems ac- After an epidemic had been declared, 'statements of the old settlers regarding tine throughout the epidemic,Starke could

U.S: Representative Bill Grant has filed ) cording to critics, while the explosion of those who fled Jacksonville were forced to the yellow fever question. They state boast:,"Our schools will open on the first
,habeas petitions has transformed remain for ten days at a detention camp positively that the fever is not contagiousin day of September. Starke has earned wide
legislation designed to reform the corpus near the Georgia border. Towns In the Bradford County and defy anyone to fame as the healthiest town in the State,
much criticized Federal death penalty the Federal courts into capital ap- area, including Starke, Palatka, and St. point tor a single instance of the kind.These ,and our schools are noted for their, ex
appeals systems that allows blatant peals' "processing stations", squeezingout Augustine, mounted armed guards at their being facts, ought to be ,considered by cellence."

'criminals, such as Ted Bundy, to thwart! the proper consideration of virtually borders to, keep out refugees ,from

the "system"' by delaying their' execu all other types of cases. Grant believes cJac onvil1e.. .'\\1

tion 'for-' jn' Bundy's ,casealmost a, that there is need for legislation that Solutions of copper, sulfur;, and lime .

decade, would inhibit unlimited habeas corpus were,sprayed creating Infected a strop"odor areas that as led dlstnleoUnU some- ;, Forestry.itf ,Bradford; : > C' 'twit

The system is so flawed and antiquated ,filings people to say they cjwjd;rmell: th>*fever in \, David tK':Norion l "" "n'lfIr' !,"IM K'4'
By
that even U.S. Supreme Court "As a Congressman and 'a''Florida the air"Piles County Forester

Chief Justice Wm. H. Rehnquist, and resident, I support the death penalty," of pine and tar were burned at
'
retired Justice Lewis Powell have been Grant says. There are certain crimesso night to "purify" the air This may have Protect Those Roots threats to the well-being of your tree.Thais
to in been more effective than most other because of the delicate feeder root
horrible. so as ,
outspoken in their criticism. They feel unimaginable,' "cures" since it may have driven off the system.Careless. '
like Grant, that allowing convictedcriminals my ,)judgment demand it* If the virus-carrying mosquitoes that were the Foresters will tell you that the root or unskilled workers ma>

like Bundy, to file endless appeals judicial system is paralyzed, as it is real culprits, although this was not knownat system of a tree is its most vulnerable cause fatal damage to the tree by compact
on grounds that have nothing to do now, by interminable appeals to the time, part, especially when construction takes tion of soil in the root field. This makes i it,
,with the Federal courts Grant believes the in- place' nearby. Out of sight but closely impossible for the root hairs to pick up ox-
,
question of guilt innocence
or Even Politics Affected underfoot the roots of a tree are found ygen and water for the tree. Damage may
has virtually paralyzed the judicial evitable result will be cynicism and con- According to a'story written several within two or three feet of the ground. sur- be caused by chemical or oil spills under I

system. tempt of the court system in the eyes of years ago by Hank Drane, retired political face. the tree,or by burying the roots too deep in
the public. "We cannot afford that con- editor of the Florida Time Union yellow The fragile roots are not noticeable. leveling a yard. Concrete slabs, ditching,
At the there 296'menand
present time, are These roots absorb the minerals, water land clearing and water
,sequence as a nation, regardlessofwhere fever even got political in 1888. Leaders of storage can cause
women on death row in Florida, and 'each of stands the death the Democratic Party were warned to and oxygen necessary for the tree to grow major damage to the tree's roots.
.
us on
12 executions have been carried vigorously. They sprea only out. "arouse yourselves" or suffer,defeat by Just because is left
tree
penalty. he says. limbs, or wider. Roots are found wherever a by a building
in the 12 years since the Supreme Court k the Republicans in the' November 6' the most nutrients around the tree are doesn't mean the home buyer will relax in
declared the death penalty constitu' While, there have, been previous ef- General Election., located. This often Is within inches of the its shade. If the tree survives, damagedroots

tional. forts to enact time restrictions on appeals Due to the fever panic and general top of the ground and sometimes above the may soon cause a general weakness,
Grant believes that his, bill will disorder in Jacksonville, most of the white ground in the leafmold. and decline in your shade tree.
Grant's bill 'mandates that in states protect the Constitutional rights of the population had fled the city, while most of., The homeowner must understand that The Division of Forestry has a
having legal assistance programs, the blacks remained at home.' Their the feeder roots of a tree growing in a yard pamphlet
defendant .,while the sentence detailing a homeowner or a builder
defendants would be given a maximumof allowing population actually increased with an \influx -, are in competition with the grass roots for ways
save trees around construction sitesor
may
arrived at during the course of a fair of blacks from nutrients. For an effective fertilizer -
unemployed adjoining treatment
three years in which to file all of their leave native ground cover undisturbed.For .
and impartial trial to be carried out in I communities responding to a rumor that place the fertilizer in a hole deeper' free
in a contact office at
challenges Federal court., orderly the ,U.S. Government, had appropriatedmoney than the grass roots.A herbicide doused on copy my
an manner
964-6280, ext. 219, and request the Tree
"We must end the system that allowsa to the city for their support the grass for pest or weeds may be a fatal Protection Pamphlet. The best advice on

serial killer like Ted Bundy a competency Under Florida Federal Rule 3.850, a In early September 1888, a house-to- -' drink Foresters for the tree, so use caution. tree protection is protect trees from \injuries -.
;convicted individual sentenced to death house canvas showed there were 3,945 say damage from construction and they will provide a lifetime of
hearing seven after his
conviction "' Grant, said years"'Florida has has two years from final judgment and whites left in the city and 9,812 blacks. According is one of, the more,common and deadlyLake shade and beauty for,you: '
,
Drane's account the first
sentence in which to file the habeas corpus ; to was
already spent more than $6 million unless the claim time since Reconstruction Days ended in '


have that litigating,"order any this deterrent for single the effect'death case.""it penalty He must added; be to, ''which unknown petition the to'I the appeal, petitioner predicated or his counsel.upon'was., Democrats 1876 As feared that in by Republicans the the city.Democratic outnumbered leadership 1( q Letters to ,the, :Editor I

In order to ensure defendants an ample 'their lost office in the
administered with party every county / ment of fish
a high degree of, populations observation and
,
opportunity to seek redress in Federal November election, due largely. to the control of water
predictability"Grant clarity (including algae
\, court Grant's bill would the' .yellow fever' epidemic that had .scared
impose content), and management of nutrient in-.
also believes that 200 'years white, voters away from the polls. Watch Director' (
three-year time constraint only in cases put septic tank leachate, stormwater
after the constitution was written, the where defendants, have had access :to The entire nation,and especially the rest' Explains Scope'Of runoff,subsurface runoff, etc.)..
right of,,"habeas corpus" has evolved counsel of Florida and'neighboring states were Monitoring Program ,Am your editorial will '
private or an approved State- panic-stricken at the thought of the fever, sure be helpful in
Editor
into much more than the framers of the <- funded legal assistance program. Grant spreading beyond the borders of Jackson-' Telegraph.: generating volunteers for LAKEWATCH. I

Constitution ever envisioned or intended. has written' his bill to establish the ville. Waycross, Ga., for ,Instance Thank you for sending me a copy of your am excited about the program and about
editorial on Florida LAKEWATCH and the the possibilities that may result from the
,
., cases' threatened to tear up the railroad tracks
time limitation in
.. three-year only their town if coliform data. The data may be useful in increased communication between lake,
refugeeswere
passing; through
"Habeas corpus"adopted from old where the State provides defendantswith permitted to their city limits the future and I will include it in the residents and the scientific ,community..,
pass
English lawis a writ or order to pro- ,legal representation through the even if the trains ran through high Kingsley information file. Although there are many books and articles

ducea prisoner at'a, stated time and Federal appeals process.iThus,. no per speed, with all windows and doors locked. While we are. of course,, interested in program about offers Florida people lakes specific in general informa, this=

place to determine' the ,justice :of' his, son would be required to go through the bacterial contamination. our volunteers tion about their own. individual (and often
.
habeas writ or Cure Worse than Disease will not be measuring it, since it is the province -; '
detention. But many, judges "and, attorneys capital appeals process unique) lake.,
One of the to of the Health Department.;
strangest cures
without benefit of legal counsel. emerge I Thank for .
feel you So far
now that the seemingly from the yellow fever epidemic was this LAKEWATCH volunteers will be educated your response ,
endless services of appeals, common in As written, Grant's bill appears to one from the Oct. 19 1888 issue of The (via the newsletter) in the basic of overall the newspaper most effective articles like yours have been

capital ,cases\ is firmly rooted in the solve the unreasonable'delays and expense -*, Telegraph,signed by Sr.F Gardiner, a real lake management techniques which would : method of recruitment.'

misuse of habeas corpus applications of the present system, and at the estate agent and developer in Starke at the include, aquatic plant control, manage-, Sandy Fisher! Rt. 2,Melrose

for the sole purpose of delay. They point same time' affords the' defendant time:

out that defendants are' regularly reasonable time for' appeals., It shouldbe ',YELLOW FEVER CURE

granted habeas corpus petitions to retry welcomed by all who desire an end to When you feel the fever coming on, re- Folk ,Artists >Notice
issues in Federal court' that have endless appeals that are costing the tax- main perfectly quiet In the house and clear,

previously been decided fairly and ac- payers millions of dollars annually and the stomach thoroughly by taking at least
two emetics (to induce vomiting) made of
curately by state courts. worthwhile
serving
no The Florida Arts
purpose. mustard and water.Then go to bed and get Folk Apprenticeship Program is seeking folk artists and
someone to bind on the sole of each of your prospective apprectices who can benefit from state funds now available for sup-:
feet a mackerel that has just been taken plies and travel expenses In supporting a' program of intensive learning for
out of the brine-It must not be soaked ,those selected to participate. .
ARID mackerel- which being done, send for The Folks Arts program helps perpetuate Florida folk traditions by assisting
'COtj 'some physician and let him prescribe such craftspeople,musicians,dancers,artists,and others willing to teach their skills
4 remedies as he shall consider proper for to qualified apprentices. ,
,Qtiliiji pq the succeeding symptoms. The fever will Rild Saltzman, program coordinator,says that Florida has a great variety of
then take its course but if you attend rich folk traditions, some of which are thriving, while' others may disappear if
not passed to future
on generations". _
faithfully to the precautions we have given
Apprentices selected for the
here, you are certain to get safely over the prograzr -are expected to spend or
Ice O. nOMOH-JOHN M.MIUtRf malady. more working with a traditional folk artist or craftspenon. In recognition of
'ullt/I...... their efforts to preserve folk arts,apprentices and their Instructors may be Invited -
The gentleman from whom we obtained to participate in the
annual Jo10rida
Published each Thursday end entered on Second Class Matter at Folk Festival held' annually on
this moat, valuable of medical prescriptions Memorial Day weekend so that their work be
the Post' Office: at Stake Florida under Act of March 3. 1879. was an old sea captain who used to dience. may c presented to a statewide aurag.4J -

Phone 954-6305 SYbsCt 'lonRof."ode. A/oo SI AGO per year; S 8 CO six month sail and he between assured New the writer Orleans that and In Havana the case, For further Information about this program and other projects sponsored by
tile Jo'olklife
Florida
.O.Drawer A: ,Stark, Florida Programs, write to P.O. Hal 285, White Springs (I"L 320116
OuhideTode Aroat $15 00 per year; S8,SO six month, of his own daughter the mackerl came off or eall 397-2192.
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Hugnes-Wakeffeld Married ,Aug. 1 I
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Miss Stacie Hughes, daughter of, Following the ceremony, a recep-
b'" I Mr. and Mrs. Lem B. Hughes, III, tion given by Camp Blanding
and SMC. 4th Class Andrew R. friends, was held in Middleburg. f .
Wakefield,son of Walter E. and San The bride is a graduate of Bradford t* c
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"" dra Wakefield of Cherry Lake, Fl., High School. The groom Is a
".". were united In marriage on Monday. graduate of Madison Co. High School
::: Aug. 1, at the home of the bride. and is a Precision Measurement
=..":. With family and friends present Specialist at Camp Blanding In the
.:. Rev. Lem B. Hughes, III,the bride's Civil Service. They will reside at Ft.
: father, performed the double-ring Gordon in Augusta,Ga., for the next
lS ceremony. Kurt Kubanek served as eight months while Andrew trains in
best man. Stefanie Hughes, sister of Technical Microwave) and. Satellite
:sr. the bride attended\ maid of honor., Repair. L1

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Community News

s ; s Verda Johns Will There will be a benefit banquet !

..Celebrate 86th B'day held Saturday, Aug. 20 at KJE. J.--- .. .,..,....-...- ---
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Cafeteria at 7:3Op: ,m. ,
The children of Mrs. Verda Johns, $10 donations will l be accepted.The "
5? of Lawtey are hosting a reception in regular meeting of the Con- Mr.and Mrs.Andrew Wakefleld
:J:",." honor of their mother's 86th birth- cerned Citizens'will be held Tuesday
1: Aug. 23 at 6 in RJE
p.m. con
,:; day.The
ifr celebration is scheduled ference room.
.: Sunday, August 21, 1988 from 2:00: Dell Chapter of Eastern Star will
'p.m.until 5:00 p.m.,In the Northside celebrate Eastern Star Day Sunday,
.:.:.:.;..:.: Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Aug. 21 at 3 p.m. at New Bethel Bap-
All friends and relatives are in- tist Church The Masonic family is
do
'v'( invited. Why so
-:: vited to attend. Dr. Smith will be the
M The family requests no gifts other speaker. _
!:..I; than,your presence of
Hanks-Glenn
many :
-:::.-..: your:0__
..;:;:: Reception Aug. 26

_,Ip Patti. Hanks and Bill Glenn of. neighbors, insure
Starke will be honored with wed-'
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,t't. -- Go With RAY All The Way! ding reception Friday, August 26 at 7 'their cars with
t. pm., at the EconoLodge, US 301 in
:I.Ir. pd.pal.adv.Madson Starke.
Mr..and Mrs.Lawrence Patrick All friends and family are invited' State Farm? "
:!o' to attend. (

I t r / ,'Sf. Baptist Ask one. of..them,,then givejne, a' calf ,
Faulkner-Patrick: Married July 2 "Back to School"

Crusade Week Birthday Party ""
Next '
Susan Maria Faulkner of Starke, was given in marriage by her father. For Ms. Ruby Brown State FannInsurance '1'
daughter of Paul H. and Irene L. ,Nuptial music was provided. by Madison St. Baptist Church will
Faulkner, and Lawrence Hamilton Jackie Pearcy. host a "Back to School Crusade, Mrs. Ruby Brown will be honoredon
Patrick of Lawtey, son of Christine The bridal gown was'a Lorrie Aug. 21-26, led by Arlington Baptist her 88th birthday with a party at 119 N. Walnut St. ti ti4- s
Patrick and the late William Kabala original design ,of Church of Jax. Dr. Bill> Coffman, the Suwannee River Economic Starke. Florida 32091
sweetheart lace satin with Arlington Pastor,will be the speakerfor Council",135 E,South Street.
't i:: Patrick, were 'married July 2 in over pink 964-5391
Victorian neckline and the week. Joining him on the, All members of the Senior group of
Oklahoma City, Ok. a long bishop ...,. ..r
, ... .. The candlelight ceremony was, 'sleeves. The gown was accented platform to lead the music will be about 40 members who gather for''luncheon
.with seed pearls and had a handker-i' Scott Weatherford, Arlington'smusic provided by SREC Monday SIM Fern Mutual'AutamobliInaurenceCompany
J.,7; adorned with a brass archway ac* ,
,.,, :. cented by two large wicker baskets chief hemline. The bride wore diamond -' director. through Friday, will attend the par- Merritt William,
.y ty at 11:30: a.m., Monday'Aug. 29, Home OHlce:Btoommgton,HIIn04"ELECT"
',:-;; of gladiolas, orchids,carnations and ,earrings, a'.gift from the The revival effort will begin with a Agent
cake in honor of
featuring a birthday
..,',' ivy. Rev.Maylene leesterperform.' groom;and carried a silk bouquet of Sunday School high attendance
honeysuckle, gardenias and ivy' drive on ,'Aue:: 21 Rev., Cecil ,Mrs.. Brown.
7':- ed the.ceremony at which the bride,. ; ; .'.L._ ._
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Following the ceremony, a dinner Roenfeldt'Sunday School Associate
II
\\P f party was held at the Steak and Ale from the Fla. Baptist Convention, .
;rY":- ,Births' >.In Oklahoma City, Ok. Introduce the crusadespeakingIn '
H. The now reside in the morning worship service.The, '
,....,. newlyweds RE & KEEP
Starke. The bride is the president of evening worship services will beginat ,
i;; : Shown Akridge, Jr, ERA Faulkner Realty; Inc. The 6 p.m. Monday through Friday '..
'
Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Eddie, I groom is a graduate of University of (Aug. 22-26) services will begin at ESTHER S.
-lit' Akridge of Starke announce the Florida and is 'employed by the 7:15: p.m.,with a mini-concert: by a I ,
't'.:;,;': birth of a son,Shawn Eddie Akridge, Dept. of Corrections. guest musician. The formal worship
Jr., born Augj 12 in Gainesville. service will begin at 7:30 p.m.,and
:; .... .Maternal grandparents are Mr, conclude by :will.m. each night. .f HALLFACTS
and Mrs. Ray Nettles of Starke. Child care be provided for '
,: Paternal grandparents are Mr. Go With RAY All The Way!! children through the second grade. ABOUT ESTHER HALL
and Mrs. Eddie Lee Akridge and pd.poi 0,,"., The entire community is invited.
\ ,1. Born in
great-grandmother is Mrs'' Mary Lawtey '
,Akridge, all of Starke.* '2. Graduated from Bradford County High,School

,Chans see ./ a Rowe Elect '-J.D. EUNICE X A 3. Life long resident of Bradford County
'Mr. and 'Mrs./ Gary Li; "Howe'of* : : L r"t4t i t.t 51, ''.,:.,''4 t 4. Many years experience In the Tax Collector's, .

Starke announce the birth of a ,\1 Om ,daughter, Chanssee Lianne born t 5. 8 years experience as tax collector 1 Ir$1 .
,Aug. 3 in Gainesville. She joins one Have not accepted any contributions : 6, 8 years of perfect audits while Tax Collector,
.... brother, Joshua.
I
?. Honest,sincere and dedicated
;; Maternal grandparents are Mr. Have 2 good ears to listen but strong
and Mrs.Guadalupe Herrera of Pen-' 8. Keep a friend in the Court House
voice to NO If Issue is not r
sacola. enough say 9. Keep ESTHER S... HALL working for you as
." Paternal grandparents are Mr. for benefit of citizens of Starke., to Tax Collector -
I Olan Rowe and Mrs. Doris Sum-
::L merlin of Starke. Great- 10. Vpte for & Re-Elect ESTHER HALL for

grandmother is Mrs. Flossie Watson' ......... y pd.potL adv. Tax Collector
.::':. of Ray City, Ga. I*.

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,it '(formerly t Cfeopa traps'; Vpfiofstenj. ), Im. 't .'f' r Home is where 'your heartis..

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.y '
,.,. enin tg,at 9fu Location: 322 S. Walnut St.,Starlc MOp y heart is in Bradford County;'the birthplace.
: ti of my children and grandchildren I have a

,"(' week ll Head Liners ,; W + ;E vested interest in its future and a deep commitment -.,
,< I 'I a I' ; s' to providing the most secure environment

.1I.=i v,. Spw'A1$99 95 ,, for,my family and yours. ,The foundation of my
). 1 trek campaign is in the heart soul, and conscience of
,SIifi ufHadUry..yfu>afjo carrying draptsWHEELER'S wallpaper.Custom order 6et spnat t aiuf r. t ,every person in Bradford County,
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:;.:. +apr ('}' How I Can Better Serve You!
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'I ? *A"working sheriff. the highest priority
DISCOUNT ,(+ ,. ,,. X ,+ Equal law enforcement for all, i if
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r'n t, ,, *24-hour police protection'
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hourdayi I
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*i: t Equality in hiring
; CANDY SALE '
R : t t ; *A strong support auxiliary
{ *Improved law enforcement efficiency throughnetworking
L-.J 'I'"," .:.. J ;r ', with emergency services' ,
FI.I / ... 4x. *Initiation of a civil processing division\
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1 ., rats *Better education to reduce!crime in,Bradford County
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'fit- TOOTSIE ROLLS .% "r ,Ask me more about my goal. for you
hY'' y '+ e + the citizen*of Bradford County, ". '

:;3 j! Best Prices.in Starke -7 Dedicated to a

,<1'/:11; 212 E. Call Street
t
: KennethETHERIDGE career in law enforcement!
61'1 "By The Railroad tracks" "
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*26 1/2 years In law enforcement, ,

.....' .. *. 20 yearn as a member of the Florida Highway, Patrol
''serving Bradford County'
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__ ''I Meet ,my'family! ,
Dedicated Dependable Married 28 years to Fay Etheridge
*Two children: Kenneth,Jr.,and

ELECl INTEGRITY. > Knowledgeable*> Qualified Four Tamara'grandchildren Etheridg '

'. .. Tk,Member, Madison Street Baptist Church
n
f DEDICRTION
? Your'vote' can make 'a' difference.With .

",4' MAN f your help and support, will make sure the,IOF
:COMMITTMENT, Bradford County Sheriffs Department works
t e hard for you, each and every citizen of Bradford

County, while maintaining
the highest standards of

'ROSSCHHNDLER law enforcement.,
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.A New" Respectfully yours
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County Commission Dlst. 1 for Bradford County Kenneth G. Etheridge. .

Votefor a Better Future in Bradford County ...poL..tr.

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Weddings ***** ......-- ...........-
Sapp-Varnes Wed May 28
Dukes'Hlcks'/ Brantley-Osborne ,,',

Miss Rhonda Louise Sapp. satin streamers. Palm trees ana Wedding SaturdayLynee To Wed August '26 ,: "

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon R.' peace lily plants accented the altar. L"0xT Mr. and Mm. Ralph J. Futch of ,
Sapp of Starke, and Mr. David Ray The church windows contained burn- Dukes and Troy Hicks ol Lawtey invite you to attend the wed ,
Varnes son of Clyde Varnes and:! ing tapers accented with'greenery. Starke wish to announce their ding of their daughter,,Kristlna Lee
Mrs. Joyce Hunter ot Lake City, 'Pews were marked with white satin r engagement. The wedding is planned Brantley and, Howard Marvin
streamers, peach and blue'' silk for August 20,at 7:00: at First \
Were'united in marriage on Saturday p.m. Osborne, son of Mn and Mrs '
: May 28. lowers, greenery and dangling United Methodist Church of Starke William Miller of Plttsburg, Pa. ..
The candlelight ceremony: was \pearls. During the ceremony the with a reception following ''at theWoman's The 26 at 1 '. ," ,..
performed by Rev. James Cowart in bride And groom carried out. the Club in Starke. p.m. at GracewBapptistuChur on ', "
the Northside Baptist Church Of lighting of the unity candle and All friends and relatives are 'In- Griffis Loop Rd. in Starke. : '
Starke. presented their 'mothers with a vited to attend. All friends and relatives are in I :
Nuptial'' music was performed by single peach rose vited to attend. Reception will follow
pianist Mrs. Alta Mae Mattox and Following the wedding, a reception the ceremony.
Mr. Jimmy Alvarez; 'soloist. was was held in the church
Joey Bennett. fellowship hall,which was decoratedwith
Serving a? best (man was the streamers, balloons, peace lily
Broom's father, Clyde Varnes of plants and silk arrangements in
Lake City. Groomsmen were David peach and blue. t
(brother of the bride) and The' bride's book table held ,an ITWOFORONEP
Bran Llngold. Rin bearer was open ceramic: Bible'on which'was
Joshua Sapp (the bride's nephew, 'engraved" the wedding vows and
carrying a heart-shaped satin pillow date featuring a bride and groom.
with blue and peach !!treamers. The bible was presented to the wed- Jackson-froctor ER COMBINATION (
Escorted! to the altar by her father ding couple by Mrs. Nancy Coleman
and given in marriage by her 'and Mrs. Becky Thomasen., The Engagement AnnouncedMr. .

parents, the bride wore a European' Angela bride's Gorman.book was attended by Mrs. and Mrs. David Jackson an- 'yC w
floor-length gown of silk organza
,with a v-neckline with layers of ruffles Food tables featuring silver trays nounce the approaching marriage of '
their to Derrick
and a ceramic:, ,watermelon held daughter Kelley t 4 f.
circling her shoulders and extending Mr.
Proctor,son of and Mrs J Eugene ,
to the back. The hand- various finger foods and was attended Mr.and Mrs David V'rnes<
Shaw of and Mr.and Mrs. '.
Bryceville .IIt.f. \
stitched empire waist was covered by Miss Donna Moody and Mrs. Don Proctor of Callahan.The ......... '. -
With,white seed pearls and sequins, 'Pam Sapp. The gift table was wedding will take place at the ....".' .. e s e I
centered with a framed picture Starke Church of God
The floor-length train and her halo
i defining the word "Love", a gift to chapel in Camp Blanding Saturday. f. .
covered with silk
headpiece were ,
Bake Sate Sept. 3 August 27 at 6:00 There will bea
the couple by Miss Vicki Thomas. p.m.1
flowers seed pearls,sequins and lily1of
at the Officers
,the valley streamers. The silk The punch table was presided over The ladies from the Starke Churchof reception following
Club.
Organza train extended to a flow of ,by Mrs.Annette Norman aunt of the, God will be having a bake sale on and relatives 1 invited
All friends
double ruffles. bride, and Mrs. Jean Norman. Saturday, Sept. 3 at the Winn-Dixie are
'The bride carried a', bouquet of The bride's table was centered shopping center from 8 a.m.: to 2 to attend.
cascade silk white lilies,white roses, with a double three-tier wedding p.m.The ui\
peach stephanotis, sapphire flower cake, joined together by a bridge ladies will also be taking 1
streamers with white seed pearls, holding a miniature bride and groom telephone orders,, 964-8353 or CarrollHoltenEngagement't.Told
lace and silk needlepoint Ivy. Her only ,and their wedding party.'The cake' 9645445. / r ,
,was baked and served by Mrs. Bar ,
ornatiement was a pearl and diamond
Reriee' and Howard Carroll of 1
pendant, a gift from her bara Norman. The groom's table Masonic Meeting' Aug 27 Starke announce the engagement of
parents. For "something old" the featured ,ra 'traditional chocolate Bradford Lodge 35'will confer the their daughter. Renee, Mignon to AIAA
bride wore a blue sapphire and diamond 'cake decorated with a miniature Master Mason Degree on Saturday, Rickie Dee Holten,son of Mrs. Mary lr' ii
ring that was her great-great- bride holding onto the groom's coat- August 27 at 7:30 p.m.A Ann Lawrence of Starke. : ,
grandmother's, which was given to tail. Mrs. Betty Green attended thegroom's covered dish "
be
supper will be servo The wedding will August 27 at
the bride on her wedding day by her table. ed at 6 p.m. All Masons, .wives,and 6:30: p.m. at the Church of Jesus
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Dolly Simpson designed the friends are invited. Christ of Latter Day Saints on Bes-
Miss Kim Sapp served as maid of bridal party's bouquets. Mrs. Bren- sent Rd.. Starke. There will be a: .
honor,wearing a sapphire blue satin da Thomas and Mrs Becky Thom-' reception following the wedding. All R ',' ,
floor-length gown with layers of ruffles masen directed the wedding. Mrs. Age 4 & Up friends and relatives are Invited to .
circling her shoulders and extending -> Brenda Griffis, and Mrs. Kathy Classes Resume attend. 1
12REGISTEIWOW
Sept.
down the back of the gown ,Rosier was in charge of the recep-. The bride-elect is a 1988 graduate

into a large bow and continuing to'the tion.The bride ,is'a 1985 graduate of !! and .works Hardee's of Starke Available at:
floor in ruffles. Kim carried a BUS,' is currently attending Santa The groom is a graduate of Leilehua fLORIDA PEST CONTROL BOB'S LAWNMOWER ft CHAINSAW REPAIR
silk arm bouquet' Boston,fern, Fe College, and Is .Bake High School in Hawaii and works atSonny's 539 E.CALL ST. STARKE HWY 21 NORTH a KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Community I
spider spikes, peach lilies, carnations 964-5745
: BBQ in Starke.., 47X033IMfttuM
peach lily of the valley pearls is employed by Wtnn of Columbia Dixie.The Co.groom flap I '--W T./11.. ., ,toe.:._....TIW,,.OA '-CM(1111...-'....
a graduate High I Awe(1 wo.y..r. A..M..M ,
and satin streamers.Miss Wy..U.4.1 U Lle/aeur R
9atSA1 l91.1 1 =.: =
Lori Clark, and Miss Vicki School and ,is I employed by' New' .not L.wrl.rNUd..U.na.M.w.N,...Y1V .w..e..UI -r.M..N UN Ina)yMw IN.Ar.r '
Institution.
Thomas attended as bridesmaids, River,Correctional '. '
wearing peach gowns identical to ,
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the i maid of honor's and .carrying Did Know.rrLawrence Jm
sapphire blue bouquets. ''Hamilton Patrick
Flanking the church altar'was a 'graduated August 6 from the University Price' Begin Thur.
'gold 15-branch arch candelabra of Florida College of Health and : = : JOof'lJ.M 0 / ,
holding white chrysanthemums,' Human Performance with a degreeIn Aug. 18th..Thru ., ); '"
white gladioli, silk greenery, and Recreation.Mr. {($ Wed.. Aug. 24th. : "
Patrick is the'lion of Mrs.' '
burning tapers. Placed at each side Old I
of the' altar were gold heart Christine Patrick and the' late ArmAcross I At Our,Starfcs, ''j' ''
candelabra,centered with two white William Patrick of Lawtey. He is from BH9 & Macclenny ) '
love doves. The unity candle'was married to,'the former' Ms.. Susan 064-7098 or 964-6792 I Location Only!' '

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BRADFORD COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR YOtM MONKEY BRASS '

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CARL- HURST WILL r ,BE,:ELECTED ,your' Tax DANj ':, :,


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*CARL HURST :is qualified to be your Tax ""t". Vtiriil"' :) COLA 51 ,{ HoaimKOTcn "

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::1' .f r',1.)\ \,, ., project drawing and In the Proposal ofthe South Range 21 East Bradford County NOTICE, OF INTENTION :. : :.

, ,:.\" '", \. a protect pacification. Florida said parcel being more por.tlculo'ty TO REGISTER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'h.-:, "1,1/ ; ". ,
This will bo financed
\ from project the by a grant described as follows; FICTITIOUS NAME OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL '.:>;;.1"' '
Economic
Development Commence at 0 concrete monument '
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,,
Transportation Fund administered by the found at the Southeast Corner of sold Pursuant to ''Section 863.09, Florida BRADFORD COUNTY, ,
City of Starke. Florida. NEI/4) of NE1/4 and run North 00 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the FLORIDA "
SUPREME COURT The contractor shall construct the pro- degrees, 12 minutes' and 55 seconds undersigned Connie J. Honnon and CASE NO, 88-472-CA''
STATE OF NEW YORK Doted: July IV, 1988. |led In accordance with standard promulgated West along the Easterly' boundary Rose Smith 138 N, Waters Street "

,,'., COUNTY OF CHEMUNG TO THE DEFENDANTS BEULAH by the Department ofTransportation thereof 439.00 feet; thence South 89 'Starke.. FL 32091 joint owner, doing IN HE: The Marriage ol ,:'v ,' ,
COOLBAUGH HER HEIRS. DISTRIBUTEES par Section: 334.045 of degrees 55 mlnuts and 14 seconds business under the '
SUMMONS AND NOTICE tho Florida firm name of ILLUSIONS SHIRLEY A. ALBERT ," ,
( Index No.88-2333 ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS IN INTEHST. Statutes West parallel with the Southerly boundary ,, The Hair Studio 138 N. Waters Wlf. I '
RJI No. 88-0367-it AND TO ANY OTHER KNOWN AND Each proposal must bo occomponlod>> of sold NEI/4 of NEI/4. a distance St., Starke, FL 32091 Intends to register and ,
UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS NOT OTHERWISE by Bid Security In an amount not loss of 191.90 feet for the Point of Beginning, said fictitious name under the aforesaid HERBERT L. ALBERT '' '
SERVED WHO ARE HEIRS AT LAW. than five percent ((5%) of the amount '
DONALD From Point of Beginning thus described stature.Dated. Huiband
A. EASTON and ELAINE 'E.
DISTRIBUTEES. ASSIGNS OR SUCCESSORS bid. Bid security shall b.. either a certified -
i BURNETT Individually and a< Executor continue South 89 degrees, 55 minutes this>9th day of1'August, A.D.
IN INTEREST TO RICHARD H, chock a cashiers chock or e Bid 'and
14 seconds 1988
0"the ESTATE OF ALBERT L. EASTON West parallel' with sold In Bradford County. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .
COOLBAUGH. DECEASED: Bond No proposal may bo,withdrawnfor Southerly boundary 171.20 feet' thence 8/11 4tchg9lControl -. .HERBERT L. ALBERT. Address
Deceased and CHARLES W. EASTON
and GRACE; M. EASTON Plaintiffs, Th. foregoing Summon I I. served a period of thirty ((30)) day aftor the North 00 degrees, 07 minutes and 19 0809 Unknown.

upon you by publication pursuant to an Bid opening doto. seconds West parallel with the Westerly YOU ARE.HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
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again -
ord.of the Honorable Charles B. Swart- Plan., specifications, and contract -
boundary of said NEt/4 of NEI/4 a tor.dissolution of marriage and
ESTATE OF
and all D.vl.RICHARD..s..Distributees H. COOLBAUGH and Helr wood a Justice of the Supreme Court of documents may bo examined at the(offlco distance of 273.96 feet; thence South 77 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ,other relief has been filed against you In
the State of New York signed the 15th of Bossent. Hammock S Ruckman. 14 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
degrees, minutes and 19 seconds the above styled Court and you are required
at Law of the said Richard H.
'' Coolbaugh. day of July, 1988 at Elmira New York Inc. Charges for plans and spocif Icatlons East 175.62 feet; th.nc. South 00 FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA to serve a copy of your written
deceased and also all
perton who. bypurcha and filed on the 18th day of July 1988 will bo f 1 S.OO for ooch ot. Partial sot of defenses
Inheritance otherwise1, degrees, 07 'minutes and 19 seconds If any to It on TERENCE M.
or or with the Complaint In the office of the, Plan may bo obtained .for $2.00 per East parallel with sold Westerly boundary CASE NO.: B8108CA BROWN. Attorney at law Post Offlc.Drow.r .
have claim have IntereM th.pr.mis.s '
to In
or an
( clerk of the Court of Chemung at the sheet Partial tots of specifications may 234,93 feet to the Point of Beginn 40 Starke, Florida 32091, on or
described In the Complaint Chemung County Courthouse, In the City bo obtained! for $.30 per sheet, Thoschargos .. in 'S DIVISION: before September S. 1988 and file the
:' herein derived through the mold Richard of Elmira, New York. are not refundable, Reserving therefrom on easement for original with the.Clerk'of' this Court.

,H. Coolbough or through his D.vis..s, The object of this action to compel the The City of' Starko reserves thoright to1 ingress and egress over the .Southerly FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE either before service, on the above named
Distributee Or Heir at Law or throughany determination of any claim adverse to reject any 'or all bids, I iwalvo Inlormalltia 150I..I. ASSOCIATION a corporation, attorney or Immediately thereafter
of them which Devlee, those of the plaintiffs pursuant to Ankle In any bid make award In part Above described parcel being con' Plaintiff otherwise a DEFAULT will be ..nl.redogalrl.t
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Distributee Heir at Law and other per- 15 of the Real Property Actions and Proceedings of whole with or without cause, and to veyed,with a right ol Ingress and egress' v.. .'_ for the r.llef'd.monded n
font, If any there be and their nam.sare Law of the State of New York Inpremises make thin award I In tho I best interest of over a strip of land being 30 feet In width RICHARD D CUDDINGTON" etc, et al.. the Petition .
I unknown to plaintiff and all per- described as follows the City of Starko. and lying 15.0 feet on each side of the Dot ondant.. WITNESS my bond and official seal of
"'. 'whatever sons who hav."or' make any claim ALL THAT TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND For: THE CITY OF STARKE following described centerllne! NOTICE this Court on this 27th day of July, A.D..
a* executor or administrator situate In the Town of Southport Countyof FLORIDA Commence at the Southeast corner of OF SALE '1988.
of any person who may be deceased and Chemung and State of New York and Neil Tucker Clark the NE1/4 of''NEI/4 of Section 10. Notice 1s hereby given that pursuant
who If living would have any Interest in, being known and designated a* Lot NOJ City of Starko Township 7 South Range 21 East, Bradford to on order or a summary final judgment GILBERT S. BROWN
I'' the premises described In the Complaint "I" a* laid down on a subdivision map of ,August 1988 County. Florida and run North 00 of foreclosure';' entered in the above'captloned Clerk of the Court '
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herein derived through the said Richard liberty Manor made by W.B. Tlmbrell. Itcha B/18 degrees, 12 minutes and 55 seconds action 1 will sail the property, By Carol Williams
'. ',,' 'H; Coolbaugh or his Devisees, Surveyor by survey completed March Control 0822 West along the Easterly boundary* situated In Bradford' County Florida Deputy Clerk
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Distributees, or Heirs at law, which peri 20, 1918 and recorded In the Chemung I thereof 435.00 feet; thence South 89 described as:
, ; sons If. th.r. be, and their names '' Lot 1 of Block 11n White Acres Subdivision '
, any County Clerk's Office a* Co. Atop No. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA (Court Seal)
are unknown to plaintiffs; and BEULAH 423; and being a part of the same EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR digress. '55 minutes and 14 second as recorded In Plot Book 2, page 73 Terence M. Brown P.A.
COOLBAUGH and FAYETTE LEON premises conveyed to Albert L. Easton BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA West parallel with the Southerly boundary of the public records of Bradford County, ,Attorneys for Wile "'', '
"COOLBAUGH If Living and If Deceased. and Dorothy I. Easton and Charles W. of said NE1/4 of NEI/4 a distanceof Florida. Post Office Drawer'40 < ; > '
any and all who would claim through Easton and Grace M. deed CIVIL ACTION' : 160.00 feet to the Point of Beginning, at public sole, to the highest and I bast Starke, Flordlo 32091 "-,' .
>y,. \M,-+ th.m under circumstances of the Estate dated December 4, and record In the ol said centerline From Point of Beginning ,bidder for cash, at the front door of the ((904)) 964 8272 (
of Richard H. Coolbaugh as set forth Chemung County Clerk's Office on :CASE NO.B8-45>>-CA, thu.',described continue South 89 Bradford County Courthouse In Starke
above: and THE STATE OF NEW YORK .December 30, 1958 In Vol. 510 of Deedsat degrees, 55 minutes and 14 seconds Florida at 1100; a.m., on September 7. ;8/4 4tchg 8/25 i'

I+y 'iS tl' Defendants. page 353. t.J. KITE West parallel with said Southerly bourv ,1988.
tt f''wy'' To the above named defendants: RICHARD D. KEYSER ESQ. Plaintiff ,"I '.. dory, 469.71 feet; thence North 77 \, Dote this 4th day of u u.t.'t988.
.,,' I You are h.r.by summoned to appear DENTON, KEYSER LaBRECQUE ft MOORE i Y'. degrees, 14 I'I> Ii! 1-tI", i In this action by serving a notke of ape Attorneys for Plaintiffs' V*., i >, West 330.12 feet to.the-Easlerly boundary GILBERT S. BROWN
}'\\IIif.* ,; 'trr4 ") peorance on the plaintiff's nttorn.ywithin Office and P.O.Address \ '., '''1'.> of the right of way of a County CLERK CIRCUIT COURT' ,,' ,
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1 ?, thirty ((30)) after service of ,) said By Carol Williams ', !' ', '
V' 1 days Morin.Midland Bank Bldg. RANDALL MANNING and /' '. graded! rood and the end of I FREE
;')' \ ,: 'J}' i this Summon i I.compl.t.,and In case of 150 Lake Street TINA MANNING ','' centertlne. As Deputy Clerk .' [ .,
',1 li\\i+!Cs'' ; ," your failure to appear judgment will betaken Elmira New York 149021503Telephone Defendants. '' Has been filed against you end you i V ,fi. "'- EXPLORING
Court Seal ,% '
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by default for the'
against
you are required to serve ct copy, Of your '
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relief demanded In. the complaint.filed > 8/18 NOTICE OF ACTION written defenses If any, to It on James, GOD'S WORD
herein: Control 0790 'TO: RANDALL'MANNING and TINA R. Flynn, Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff 1 LAWRENCE /: BERNARD ESQUIRE'

., ':. \ """ MANNING. address unknown, and all 'wha..' address Is 405 West Georgia I Attorney for Plaintiff HOME BIBLE STUDYThe
INVITATION FOR BIDS 2064 Park StreetJacksonville
Street Storke, Florida '32091 'on or
parties claiming interests by through
STARKE Tho City. of Storks, Florida, will ,under of again them; and all parties before September 12, 1988. and file the; Fl 32204 Bible Course It taught In"your
CHURCH OF, GOD rocoivo; bids for ENTERPRISE PARK having or claiming to have any right. tie, ,original with the Clerk of this Court ((904)) 3848488"MFCBL '. '. : < home tree of charge.
\ until I' P ,This b non-denominational study
ROADWAY 2:00 local lima At' a
., ,.', '422 N. ST. CLAIR 864-5445 the 9th day of Sopfombor p.m., J 1988 at City on I tie described or interest. ,In the property' herein- either i tornty or before Immediately service thereafter on Plaintiff's other -29 ':''M';'') boxed only on what" thus saHh.the

John Spratlln, Pastor H"II., '209 North Thompson Stroot., YOU'ARE NOTIFIED than on action for Wise a default will be entered against TB-33934 <' '' 'V' ,: word of God.* ,

J We Invite you to worship with us.1 Starko Florida 32091 at which time all foreclosure ol mortgage regarding the .you for the relief demanded in the Com .FHA' 1.145234.270 APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.,
bids will I bo publicly opened and rood' I Bradford plaint. ,*- "'
h; Attended Nursery i aloud. following property In County,, 8/1 t 4tchg9/13 1 .7823303Rev.
Sunday School ....... lOam Tho project'will consist ol roadway Florida: DATED on July 29.' 1988' Control.;>1 0801 '
1 Morning Worship ..;,,,, Liam A parcel of land containig 1.00 acre, Bill 41chng 9/1, Emmett Bright
and '
',.,' Evening Service .,..,.... 6pm bo bid drolnoga Improvements which will, more or less, and lying In the NE 1/4 of Control 08O8' 'I ; .To schedule your home bible
:, .. ,. In four parts as denoted! on tho 7' for additional Information
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Service HWY 301 North God does not make 'this Convenience Store
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distinction however. In Hi* 301 S. 964-5757 964-8484 Hwy 301 S.
964-8278 964-750O ayes, each person I I. unique and
worthy W His 'love. Just as God
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,Eyeglass nave us love one another, not SERVICE
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"Your, complete Buy Here Pay Here' '.no'l'>human being In need,. Attend your church regularly. "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" '1320 N. Temple Ave. 987 N..TEMPLE AV., \

103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111


DOUGLAS BATTERY OF;; JONES FUNERAL.HOME I B&M. STARTER & Lewis. Timber Co.

STARKE DtstlruuHt-.iKt./ Caring Service suse.y'' '
We rebuild starters alternators ForOyvrSOVeoriSteve 's;. GENERATOR'. 'Hwy, 301 S.I. PO pox 207

, & Generators and Cindy Futch 238 E. Washington St.. Starke

Batteries Starke 9644200 964-6871
_,". 'Auto Marine? Cycle .u 964-5274 ,
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Heights 473-3176
407 N. Temole 964-7911 Keystone ,

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Andrews Drugs Community Slat Bank s Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE

rs. n Located off 100 S. toward Keystone., w. Buy Junk ft SoJvogeobl Cars.
For All Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison of Stark '
,take right on 24th Ave..follow ilgn
Hwy 301. 3 Ml. N.Starke
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Starke s Only Home Eve 964-5698
I 9647170ORION'S Independant Bank t. 'All Nature Sings of Jesus" 964 7345 '
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AUTO AND WATERS GROCERY ..u RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL.TRANSMISSION .

SERVICE, Corner of US 301 & State ..
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automatic,ttandtf d' = -.s",,._w_ INTOWN.SI00UTSlDE.NODISCOUNTS 24 HR. 3O4
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,Mosley Tire Co NOEGEL'S AUTO : : W.W. Professional .' GERALD GRIFFIS TRANSMISSION STARKE RADIATOR & CHRISTIAN NEW BEGINNINGS PRE-SCHOOL,

US 301 N. Starke, SALES 1 Office A Personnel''CONSTRUCTION & DAY CARE CENTER
.Services We are the best place In We Care for Child Like
964-6600 "Worshipthis week and everyweek Superior quality homes at your
Office l'Typing Service of All town to take a leak" You Would
Service at the church ol your choice" affordable prices '
24 H R, .Wrecker Kinds 661 N. Temple Ave. a 964681OSAWYER 642 N.W.Innt a 064-8722''
Custom made exhaust systems '1018 M. Temple 964-6481; 1837 Raiford Rd, 964.7777 HWY 301 964-6633

MITCHELL'S DRTJO STORE
FLORIDA NATIONAL NAPA AUTO PARTS Terwillegar Motors, inc. '- \41v-j-,
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BANK STORE Sales & Service "GAS & APPLIANCES[ OLD fCr17HION"AIL

the In alt the 206 W. Madison & US 301 sOD fouNTA1N SEMVICeComputenzcdrharmacy'
right parts .
.. Officers Directors & ( Call ua for ALL your BIS appliance-' "
Starke 964-7200 heating or Air Cond. Needs
right paces
StaffAllen's SR 21 Keystone Heights 1103 S. Walnut St. a 0C4-7701 137 E.: Call St. a Be4-781O
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WESTERN STEER FAMILY EPPS MOTORS BRADFORD UNION MARINE
STARKE LANES
Office Sales & Service
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Art. SuppliesCustom Office Supplies Framing ,spedal rate for Church group (Wlnn-Pixle Shopping Center)' US 301 South South 964-8358 1401 N.
Printing 964-4695 964-8061 Hwy 100 Temple 964-2858
, 113 E. Call St 964-8925 1614 N. Temple 964-8175 .

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CORBETT'S CROSLEY CHIROPRACTIC
DENMARK FURNITURE 'Call Now 964-8018 CENTER MORTON TEIlCOMMUNltATiONS'

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r" '" t1J NOTICE Daniel whose address Is Route 1, 'Box IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I FLORIDA merit located at the Northwest corner of before September 12,'1988. end! file the

OF BID 855 lowteyt Florida 32058, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND the NE1/4 of the P1(1/I of sold Section 10 original with the Clerk'of this Court
Th Bradford Board of ; FOR
fj J 1 fI 'Commissioners> will County sealed' bids County on The name and address of the PersonalRepresentative's BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,. and run South 0 degree, 07 minute and either before service art Plaintiff Attorney
open the thereafter otherwise -
attorney are set forth 19 seconds East, along Westerly or Immediately t
ftJ Monday, September 12, 1988 at 10:00: default will be entered against
below. CIVIL ACTION boundary thereof. 157 72 feet to ,the) a
_____,__,_ a.m. In the County Commissioners Roomat i
the Com
the Bradford Courthouse All .persons having claim or demand Southerly boundary of the right of way you for the relief. demanded In
County against the estate are required, WITHIN CASE NO.'88.413-CA of County Rood 225 (formerly State Road plaint.
Starke Fl for NEW '
a BOOKMOBILE for THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE S-223),, thence South 77 degrees, 14 .DATED on July 29;?, 1988.:
the Bradford
County Public Library FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,. to LJ. KITEPlaintiff minute and 19 seconds East, along said
,PUBLIC AUCTION Department For copies of the specification this- file with the clerk of the) above court a ., '\'''t': '.,' Southerly boundary,'405.77 feet to the 1/' 4tchg9/1
or questions regarding '.
NOTICE It h.r.by'gly.n' hot on Mon. any ''written statement of any claim or demand 'centerllne of an existing road for Point' Control 0805
bid, contact M.; Suiannn Crum. "
proase ,
day August 32, 1988 at 10:00 o'clock Director of Public they may hove. Each claim must ,vs, "' of Beginning (said rood being 60 feet 'In
A ,M. the 'undersigned Color Library at ((904)) be In writing' and must Indicate the basis, \ width and lying 30.0 feet on each side of

freightwoys. Inc., will sell ot public ouc County 964-6400 Finance or Mrs, Director Esther .B, Ellorson for the claim the name and address of TED E. MANNING and .;'''- a centerllne described a* follow). From FICTITIOUS NAME

lion' for cash at ?6OO Lloyd Rd.. Jackson 964-6280, 01. 250 at (904)( ) the creditor or his agent or attorney.and CHARLOTTE M, MANNING Point of Beginning thus described run NOTICE Is hereby 11"01'1'thot' the
vll, .,, the amount claimed If tho claim Is not Defendant South 0 degree, 07 minute and! 19 undersigned desiring to engage 'In
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ?
One lot of furniture' consigned to I Krlvl- -' yet due, the. dote when It will become seconds East parallel with the Westerly' business under the fictitious name of E.Z'
'|10 Beech Brook Corp., Atlanta Co ANY RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT due shall be stated. If the claim I la contingent boundary of sold NE1/4 of NE1/4, a WHEELS Intends to register said name ,
AND All PROPOSAL
OF
One lot copper down spouts consigned BIDS FOR or unliquidated the nature of NOTICE OF ACTION distance of 378.18 feet; thence South 15 with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford
THE NEW BOOKMOBILE.
to Cult, .Cunttr of Tltuivllle, the uncertainty shall be stated. If the TO: TED E. MANNING and CHARLOTTEM. degrees, 15 minutes and 41 seconds County Florida In accordance with
Titusvllle. Fla. LAWRENCE MOSLEV. claim Is I secured the security shall be MANNING, address unknown, and West 374.65 feet thence South 20 and as required by, Section 86509
to and CHAIRMAN described. :The claimant shall deliver degrees 44 minutes and 49 seconds Florida Statute. .
satisfy ft'elghl forage charges Board of all parties claiming Interest by
'under the provisions of Section 4b) of County CommissionersGILBERTS, sufficient copies of the claim to the clerkto through under or against them and all East, 333.96 fetft to the) end of said 60 HARDY AUTO SALES. INCB184tpd98
BROWN enable the clerk to mall one to foot rood and the of rood
Uniform Standard Bill of lading copy parties having hove beginning a 20 ,
or claiming to
any
Clerk to the Board each Personal Representative.All flln width and lying 10 feet each Control 0815
on
Gator
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Frelghlwoyt ,: 8/11-18 right, title or Interest In the property
2tchg
Carrier person Interested In the estate to herein described side of said centerline; thence continue
0<296078 'Control 0814 ,whom a copy of this Notice of Administration South 20 degrees,.'44 (minute and 49
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that for
_. .... an action
'''--'--- -, -. has been moiled or. required
Pro 306896 dId .4/28/88 ....- foreclosure of mortgage regarding the second East along sold centerline,
1 WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM 30.88 feet, thence South 21 degrees, 12
8/11 2tchg 8/18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE EIGHTH following property' In Bradford County,
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION minute and 57 seconds East 32,16 feet
''Control 0806 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. BRADFORD Florida: ,

---..............- COUNTY, fLORIDA', .' OF they THIS may NOTICE have, to that file challenge any objection the Description Lot 67 (Combined) A to Has the end been of filed said against centerline you and you 'Go With RAY All, The Wayl!
parcel of land 2.00
IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA'' validity of the decedent will the containing acres, 04 """ .ectw'Ilno's'
EIGHTH I ,CASE NO. 88.60.CP Personal more or less. and lying in the SW1/4 of are required to serve a copy of your
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR qualification of the Representative
written defenses If any to It on James'
BRADFORD the. of the. the NEfof Section 10, Township! 7:
COUNTY FLORIDA ya. or Venue or jurisdiction South Rang. 21 East, Bradford County R. Flynn Esquire Attorney for Plaintiff,

,, : : ie', Court.CLAIMS. Florida! sold parcel being more particularly whose address Is 405 West Georgia
CIVIl ACTION All ;' DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS '
Street, Starke, Florida 32091 on. or'
DIVISION: 1-3941,. 1 NOT SO FILED Will BE FOREVER, described as follows, -

CASE NO.: 88..S1.CA' ', ,BARRED. The South 262.98 feet of the North
"i IN RE;''THE ESTATE OF Date of the. first publication of this 920.42 feet of the West 331,29 feet of
t.j.I KITE CECIL JUDSON DANIELS SR. sold SW1/4 of NE1/4
Notice of Administration. August I.,
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Plaintiff, Deceased 1988. Reserving therefrom. an easement for Beauty Salon
;. Ingress,,i egress and utilities over the
".. 'NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO LouJeon Daniels, A* Personal Easterly 15.0 feet thereof.

MOSt C. GRIFFIS ': ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Representative of the. Estate of Above described parcel being ,conveyed Perms :......................19.50
.Defendant. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE Cecil Judson Daniels Sr Deceased.Attorney with a right of Ingress, egress and '
,' AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED'' ? ,utilities over the following ,described Shampoo/Set:.,..............6.00
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO IN THE ESTATE, for Personal Representative:, parcels:
: ''MOSE C. GRIFFIS, address 'YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT the Hugh Cotrray. P.A, ,The Northerly 30.0 feet of the Wester
,Unknown and -oH parties claiming interests administration of the Estate of Cecil Jud. 1016 Blockstone Building ly 424.81 feet of the SE1/4 of the NE1/4 .
by under son Daniels. Sr. decreased, file number :and the Northerly 30.0 feet of the Easter .
through, UJelcomed
or ogatnit 233 East Bay Street I Walk-Ins, $ I
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88 60 CP, Division' 1 39414 Is pending Inthe ,, .
them, and all parties having or claimingto Jacksonville: Florida 32202 ly 993.90 feet and the Easterly' 30 feet of '
hay. any right, title or Interest In. the Circuit Court for Bradford County, ((904)) 356-0162 the West 16.29 feet of the North 920.42
property herein describedYOU Florida, Probate Division the address of feet of the SW1/4 of NE1/4 of said Section .
which, ,Is 925 North Temple Avenue, '
ARE NOTIFIED that on action for 8/V1 2tchg 8/18 10. miles
'Storke Florida 32091. The Personal 3 1 /2 N. Of 301 964-2864
foreclosure of mortgage regarding the Colrol0810: ) Also commence at a concrete menu
of the Estate Is Louiean
following property,, Bradford County, Representative "-
Florida: -

A parcel' ot:'lard containing 1.0 acre'
I and lying In the NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section .
10; Township 7 South Rang. 21
.East, Bradford ,County, Florida said '

parcel being more particularly described. SERVKtTARWe're
as follows; 1 a,

Commence at a concrete monument
located ot the NW corner of said NE 1/4
of NE 1/4 and run South OO07'19"' Eo.t.1 s, (s\,,

along the W'ly boundary thereof 157.71' the I
feet to the Sly boundary of the Row of Spreading Savings A

CR C225 '(formerly SR S-225)): thence

South 7714I9' East along said Sly
Now thru Sat. 27Poulon"
boundary, 561.54 feet to on iron pipe for Aug.
POB From POB thus described continue
South 771419" East' along sold Sly

boundary '125.00 feet to on Iron, pip.;,
thence South 00"07'19" East, parallel p DOW CORNING h
with the aforesaid W'ly boundary of the HOMEUTE II

NE 1/4 of NE 'f/4, a distance of 357.55,, 16"Chain Saw '16"Chain Saw Woodlife"J'Powerful
feet to on : Iron pipe, thence North, '
.77"4'19"' West, parallel with the ) 2,3 cu.in. with Carry Case Wood Preservative
of dr..old Sly boundary of CR C.225, a' '' ) t engine with solid state ''Powerful t.9 cu.in. engine .

distance of 125.00 feet to an Iron pip.;' IQnltlon..Automatrc Ol'er.' with. solid state ignition w .
,thenc.'North O0"07'19" West parallelwith Some and automatic chain oiler. Woodliff retards
LI9htwg\9ht.\ Waterproofs, swelling warping
aforesaid ,W'ly boundary.. 357.55 .
a fiuired IIS-2CC. shrinking and other water damage.
feet to the POB. II2300CV Mi' r
) 1 G lion/ : )
Has been filed against you and you. .

written ore required defenses.to serve If any',Q to copy It err of James your ..SPEC/. ,$'iIIiI ft99 Jf1l' $7e4 r! : "

R. Flynn. Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff, PRICE m** J each .
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'whose address Is 405 West Georgia PRICE

Street Storke. Florida 32091. on or ltl
before September 12. 1988.:and file the + Check your local store for brand availability

original' with the Clerk of this Court
either before Plaintiffs i'
service on Attorney
WOOOINGS-VERONA 8lb. Sledge RUST-OLEUM .
or Immediately thereafter! otherwise
a default will be entered against ,': Wood Saver Enamel 3d

you for the relief demanded In the Complaint : ,, r Eye Maul ,, ellon'
'J' Contains T to provide Iwice the moisture protec-
)' Made of drop-forged steel. Features heat-treated yTp'O1"pst non of ordinary paint!! Resists swelling warping, mold
8/11 DATED! 4tchng9lControl on July 29 1988. 1 f ix n t polished! face and 36' handle 607A1 >IALdI and mildew. Gallon/white #71,92.402 '

0807. j. "
: $
'. "I $999 499 t :
+
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....... ;;, ,4A'r SPECIAL PRICE -Z..a SPECIAL PRICE .1 a
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

REGISTER

FICTITIOUS NAME wouuxon* .

,y' ,, Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida d-Stroy Roach Bait
Statutos, notice Is booby' given that the Leather Gloves F FCON Fd
undersigned l. R. V, DURRANCE 864 N. i { 'Kills roaches and their eggs for 3 months: Non-,
Tompla Avo,' Starko%, Ft.. 32091,; solo' i Leather gloves with contour design for a comfortable 'it. i contaminating no chemical odor Child-resistant o
ownory: doing business undo" the firm + Small, medium or large #1011M5.1010M,1010I. _: '00091"
name of DURRANCE PUMP : & SUPPLY; .

CO.' 864 N. Temple Avenue, Storko, FI $799 $2*9
;32091, Inlands to register said fictitious !
SPECIAL PRICE
name under the aforesaid stotuta.Datad ,. ,SPECIAL PRICE

this 15th day of August A.D.,.l, ,
1988, in Bradford County Fla. '
Control 0823 Vermont American''I
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8184tpd98AUCTION /4"Carbide-Tipped'Blade t '100' Clothesline .
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NOTICE General purpose 16-tooth, long-life, rough-cut blade for 9 Best quality f 7 cotton blend clothesline Solid braid
NOTICE Is hereby, given that on Mon. 7 framing matenals and structure wood. #27150 r design' for low stretch high' strength 43824 .'
day August 29 1988, at 10:00 o.m., the '
undersigned l '' GATOR FREIGHTWAYS, 1 c $69 1
,INC.:will soil at public auction for cash $499 '
ot 2600 Lloyd Rd. Jacksonville. SPECIAL PRICE H '" SPECIAL PRICE '
,
'ono lot of prtd paper. consignodtoMotropoliton I .
Panama City Flag,
.one, |lot of machines, consigned to Stateof Masters' Rome
Florida, Tallahassee, Fla,' "' Masers -
.one lot of cards, consigned to Crouch l' ,. 0o 1G 4Padlock Septic TankTreatment Root Killer /

Drugs, Quincy, Fla.,, --....". with Keycase r Keepuewerlinesfree
,to satisfy freight and storage charges,. from root blockage for a
under the provisions Section 4 (b) of "I'. 4-pin tumbler lock has dual steel lever to lock both side' ?c o Prevents clogging for a fun year 2 IDS. K-77. ''J '
Uniform. Standard Bill of Lading. j. 'ot. .shackle. Free magnetic key case Included. 3005-D I full year. Resists deter. '
I .
Gator Freightways, IncwCarrier { gents.Iqt, #K 37SPECIAL
;
I-320 dtd 6/10/88 .k-' ; 8 I SPECIAL, PRICE $499. i i 8 PRICE $599..Ch 1OURo.

Pro 813120 dtd 5/3/88
811826 dtd 4/15/88
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.Control 0817 ., SERVII'TRe

t, Itchg, 8/18 Super Glue Hacksaw with 3 FREEBIades J'

rtNOTICE OF APPLICATION hacksaw with 3 blades that last 6
Bonds in seconds: clear > Adjustable comes moly
Super permanently
On 8/11/88.) CURTIS EDWARDS. P.O.Box strong times longer than standard carbon blades. 0SSRHB a ,
One drop hold 5.OOO Ibs 3 gram size. SUP-1
135, Starke, Fl 32091 made opplica-
lion for water use .permit 88-00072 for
an average, doily withdrawal of 0.0001 Stu ,,59 r $349,

million gallons per day from ground SPECIAL PRICE SPECIAL PRICE, '
waters located In Section 95, Township -4 #'
07 South Range 22 East, Bradford Couivry 4 "WooD Sf.OLI

Florida, for water utility uses 4
Written objection* or' comments on Individual dealers may limit quantities. UseyourIMSTAA.Cfldllc.dll. SAVER _"---_I"IndlvldualdealetSmaynolSlodllllltemS.
this application may be filed with the : sts.. p.IKpenpsba7, .' '. '
w J
Governing Board of the Suwannee River Some stOleS may mulct iterate "tom .
casl: mt any wms! only k
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Water Management' District Route 3, r'r "'
Box 64, Live Oak, Fl. 3206O. until 9/12/88 ,
818Contro10818 .
Itchg "..;"--

Hardware Lumber Home Centers csERVlstARCorpaatfonR'

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8/11/88.NOTICE I OF, M.APPLICATIONOn NORMAN, JR, Rt, ,ACME HARDWARE &

?. Box 2160. Stark... Fl 32091, mode application ,, ,
for water use .permit 2.8800076for

an average dally withdrawal of BUILDERS SUPPLY
0.0177 million gallon .per day from "
ground water located In Section' 10 :

Township 06 South Range 22 East Bradford :301 East Call Street ,:' .t ':;' ;, -

County! ,, Florida, for agricultural,
u..... .
Written' obfectlons"or'comments' on -
this application may bo filed with the STARKE / : ,

Governing Board of the Suwannee River t" ." v .. ,,/ : :, ... ..
1"I" "
Route 3, ; ,.. ;" ,, :, 'r. : ; f" ">. I" i '.j :1 '. I ,.' ,
District > '
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Water
Management : ", \ ""' 1 I 1"1.1 l I ,. l '. .'. 'tv'' ," .. .. 1/1 .' l<" -.
until 9/12/88 "
Box 64 Live Oak. Fl. 32060, "
Itchg 8/1 B
Control 0819

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'I,' Saturday Aug. 20th

Registration, Forms Available Drug Store.' Chas tain's Jewelry,&'Gifts.',

'You Must Register At 'Each Store to ,Win '
3 $10 Gift Certificates 3 *:$10 Gift Certificates'

e t' .Allen's; Office.Supplies & Printing Co. J :,_

Back' To :SchoolPerm I ,3 *'$10 Gift Certificates -.......: ,:;.;h z ,,;,' .

I. The Office Shop. ,. 'Glenda's,Shear:Design ;,tlf; :::

3 $10 Gift'Certificates 3 $10 Gift Certificates: "''j.;:;; t1g5 ft; .

Special8PO I I. 0 JoAnn's Country;Crafts & Wood Works 0 ,,;! : '

With Mr.Tim Three Drawings for "Back to School" Merchandise..' "" m:\ { .,
Only Register for PreSchoolers to High Schoolers '' n'1\ '
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$2 Reg.. .'tj'' Dinosaur Soap Pens & Pencils Art Markers, 'I


,1.. ""j .-.: rr .I STOP BY AND REGISTER NOW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY
"''''' t t% Ird3i1r" ndlt" ...Shear De'slgn : Iro. na, ..*BACK TO SqilQQU,VALUES TO BE FOUND IN YOUR DOWNTOWN .
_' "" """ It l R ,t .', ,j ., ,,',MERCHANTS BUSINESSES. -SHOP WNTOWN-SAVE DOWNTOWN!.

118 S. Thompson 964-4151; .


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Gallary. Inc ..
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1) Best friend Charms 14lct ,3) Select group of 20"" herringbone! chains 14kt RapidlyExpanding Sh,O'Gia'CRSe',. ,'fu Find Model Your Fromy Role

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With UnusualToys ., { .
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1.99Mead FILLER. PAPER :Tablet 22 ah.' 39* j' ,
3-IUngBlnders, by,Mead Pen Pal Era*.Bond Free Makeover Consulatlon l i
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Brief Folders 3/1.00 College. Rule 1.1U PenPalAaalpment. With New Spirited
Notebook 40 ah. 69$ C:0I.0".WUUIIAI.""** lOU"A'U"AIlIID
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,rage 10.\ TELEGRAPHul1laUIIlt88
Brown'Reunlon"Sept.''4

Penny ,Jakob, Barry Reddish Repeat Weddlngiows May 27'' Brown Descendants will bold of their Jasper annual and family Lou

reunion at, Kingsley Lake Civic
Miss Penny Jakab, '''daughter of pearfs and sequins with polyester top. Flanked on each side by Mke1 ,tcouslnsorae bride)cut and served Following a wedding trip to North Center..Member and guests are Invited '
Zoltan and Nancy Jakab of Brooker, flowers,featuring a veil of fingertip connected to the center cake py a the cake. Carolina and Tennessee the' to bring covered dish for
and Barry Vernon Reddish, son of 'illusion net.Following. descending stairway with Mnd-- Assisting ID'the reception were newlyweds now reside In lunch at 1 p.m. For more information
rVernon and Sylvia Reddish of the ceremony; a recep- painted figurines. Each lido of the Marla Reddish and Stacy Reddish Gainesville. The bride Is employedby call 782-3978
Starke, 'were married May'' 27 by tion directed by Mrs. Owen Alvarez cake was accented with an Mhb i (cousins of the groom) Mrs. Ron the University of Fla., College of
Rev Charles Starling at Madison St. and Mrs. Don Tilley was held at the candle candelabra. cake ..... Hildreth, Mrs. Lloyd St ltweU, Mrs. Architecture. The groom is a Eastern, StarO.E.S. Supper'
Baptist Church Starke. church fellowship hall. Peach silk ,baked and decorated by the bride'emother. Mike Reddish, Mrs. John Reddish of Santa Fe Community .
The couple exchanged vows before flowers were used at vantage points Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Jimmy graduate, e University of North Chapter 224 will be having
. a 16-Hght golden arch candelabra around the room, accented with anThe punch table was cover**) tty' Reddish Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mrs. Florida !and is, now employed by a covered dish supper All: this Saturday and
20 at Masons
Aug. 7
decorated with white mums and palms.The. cloth,centered II\tjQl. Mark Reddish, and Mrs. Randy Winn-Dlxle. p.m.
mixed greenery. On either side was bride's table was covered with 'silver punch bowl. Mr,. Ervin An' Johns. The wedding was directed by their families are Invited to attend*
two large hearts holding votive an army-navy cloth over white satin, drews (aunt of the groom) I greeted ,, Mrs. Mead Lewis.'
candles, next to which were two centered with a four-tiered wedding guests at the door. Mrs. BarW.
large spiral candelabra. cake with bride and......groom....--- at.the.. -, ,Gilpin and Ms. Gracie Dtah+Md I
Before being seated,'the bride and
groom's mothers lit candles in the !I
unity candlej which was placed to _
the The family pews ReElectJim
,were marked by large mum flowers _
.with white ribbon and greenery.The'
church was decorated with '
numerous palms, and each windowwas
accented with a hurricane lamp ,
surrounded by greenery. u _
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Nuptial music was performed by rQr .,Y
Mrs. Mona Canova, organist and .M DUNCANA
Miss Melissa Starling, pianist. 'a
Soloist was Mrs Vernon Reddishthe
( groom's mother), Mrs. Denise
Crapse and Mr. Randy Andrews E Dedicated and, Responsible 'Educator,
Best man was Robbie Underhill,
with Mark Crews John and "
Chad Reddish serving as ushers. Jr. h+ ,' F 2t
'usher was Philip Stafiiaker; Who has:
Maid of honor was Terri Jakab
(the bride's sister),wearing a tea-
length gown of peach lace over Worked with Business and Education Leaders to organize the
peach' satin with a cut-out '
sweetheart neckline and a bodice '' career-shadowing program.
shaped with front princess seams to f

'a gathered dropped skirt.waist The and back a featured full gently-an _.- r Revived the Job Fair for high school students with emphasison

open keyhole trimmed with two,
\ ; local employer participation.
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satin bows.
Bridal attendants were Stephanie
Henderson, Lisa Reddish (sister of : school based encouraging :
the groom) and Jr. Bridesmaid was :4 Supported management by .
Amy Luke (niece of the bride), The principal and teacher cooperation in financial decisions. '
attendants wore dresses identical to '. '
the'maid of honor's. ,with the ,Jr. ::1
Bridesmaid and Flower Girl wear fd' Maintained and with all
ing'white tea-length gowns'with a an open cooperative relationship.
jewel neckline and attached lace elected officials.
,:capelet.The gowns featured a slight-
ly raised waist with peach satin bow '
trim and long sleeves with'a full' '. 'Recommended.sufficieht"budget reserves to the school boardso
skirt and lace ruffled hem..
The maid of honor and bridal attendants '.4 .,F' that emergencies and special needs can be met without ",
carried large peach ''colored yn, taking from school and student necessities.
flowers surrounded by small money : ,
.'teal flowers, with teal ribbon 1 IMr.andMrs.Barry'ReddisbElect
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streamers.
Flower girl was Jennifer Jackson '
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and The ring bride bearer wore was a Luke gown Andrews.of white:; LAWRENCE : The:office! J belongs l .to'the people. It has! ; been ', i
satin with a stand-up neckline!: of "
venire lace, accented by close-/ ), open and accessible :stude..ts.parents. ,

back fitting yoke bodice adorned with a sheer by venise front lace and GRIFFIS ;employees: : and 01hitrs') and, I,pledge to continuethat'type ',:,,

'simulated pearls and sequins with a County Commissioner of;service to" >. "
large satin bow at back waist. ;, ,: you.FLORIDA ,
District:3 "
Elizabethan style puffed sleeves r
''were adorned with venise lace full
skirt with layers of chantilly lace,', .For the people of Bradford Counlg H"' _. I
ending with a cathedral train adorned .
with four large bows of satin and All Campaign Exp.nt.., Paid for by rile Candidate '
venise lace. The bride wore a pouft -.. /
headpiece adorned with. simulated Your Vote and Support Will B. Appreciated nJ '
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CRADY ,


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As one of the ,top six most effective members


of the Florida'House of Representatives


working, on agricultural issues!!! ,


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+ I .' 'From FloridAgricidtwnet July .1,1988 'I-",

+ "During the!1988 Florida Legislature many senators and _

f representatives were helpful looking out for agricultural Interests.

r :However six'senators and six representatives were Instrumental In
working with Farm Bureau''on agricultural concerns environmental

issues natural resources and taxes'and they deserve'',special;

,.recognition." "


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When'you :rent telecommunications' system J '


from Centel. it's\tailored,to:fit. J ", -
Rep. George Crady
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ness with a convenient and cost-effective rental.We'll make a system. to sijil amendment to delete negative ,- ; -' 'b-

Centet key system rental plan.You won't your business perfectly: agricultural land preservation .

have to invest in any new equipment and yet, section from a"major natural 'l- .Fir
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you'll get a brand new,up-to-date system.., resources bill.

It's yours for an installation charge and a

monthly fee. v, ,/
.We'll tailor it to meet your exact specifications -

-never too much or:too little.And GSMTEL KEEP EFFECTIVE', LEADERSHIP ;
it's'a flexible system too.so you can make

alterations as you need them.We'll handle L ; .
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August 18.1888 TELEGRAPH Page UA


Starke Zoning ,Board Passes Three Requests With Little Debate

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>" by Buster Rahn jected mildly to the change in and it haa rrnnaineoMnostly vacant John CXloin,who" was suixoeoiui ui Ken Teal teamed to move to approvethe ject said the tower will be used for
BCT Staff Writer classification from Residential In since. getting 5 acres on Weldon St. rezon- request, which passed 3-0. 'transmission of signals for cellular
The Starke Zoning Board breezed dustrial. Salley requested the change from ed for a mobile home park Motorola, Inc. and Allen Jones re telephones beepers etc.,and should
through three''zoning petitions and 'Following a brief discussion a highway orientated classification presented site plans for "Oliva 'quested a special exception for the have a useful life of 50
two site plan reviews,Thursday,Ju- Board Member' Brenda Alvarez to a community type classification, Estates." The mobile home installation of a 480 ft. communications Teal and Wells teamed years.for the
ly 28, approving them all. moved to approve the request, and although there were no plans revealed will be located across the road from tower on 10 acres In NE Reno. to approve, which also carried motion
One tract drew opposition from received a second by Warney Adkin- for use of the building.No one objected the Vo-Tech school. Ed Hartley,engineer on the pro- 30.
neighboring property owners but son. The motion carried 3-1, with to the zoning change, and it Griff Construction Co.presented
the request was approved In spite of Vernon Barber dissenting. was approved on a 4-0 vote, plans for ''The Meadows subdivi-
the protest. After the vote was taken, Alvarez sion on SR-16W with 17 lots. The lots
reminded the board that adjacent Norman Contl... will have a minimum of 15,000 FALLBOWLING
rezoned feet, at least 100 by 150 feet.
property was for a convenience square
LaRue
S. Williams..., store about IS'months ago, Norman Conti requested a zoning Griffis recently, completed 4-5
The LaRue and Margaret since it was determined that the property change on a tract at 383 N. Cherry houses on SR-16W,and has two other LEAGUE
Williams property is located in the 'is not suitable for residences. St., from Industrial to Residential.. foundations, laid.
Reno District,on the south side of E. A high voltage power line runs The lot has a residence on it now, The Meadows subdivision lies east
Brownlee Road, across from the across the' property, and city, Conti said he has no immediate of the new homes. MEET START
Powell place. utilities are not avallab e. plans but wanted to be able to move
Realtor Kay Waters, representing in a house, or rebuild the present ,Special Exceptions.... Monday 1:30: : Seniors 8/22/88 8/29/88
'the owners told the zoning board house in the event it \la destroyed by The Board of Adjustment'heard (+55 Yrs..Young)
that a cable contractor ,wants to' Craig Salley... fire. and approved two requests for
build an equipment storage and, office Engineer Jerome Kelly The was no objection''to the request special exceptions.
.y,. on the land.Neighbors represented owner Craig Salley in and I it was approved in a 4-0 'Arthur N. Smith asked for approval Monday 7:00: Mixed 8/29/88 9/12/88
on the East side of the'' requesting the old HRS building at vote. to install ''a double-wide New League Needs Bowlers'Tuesday
property, Danny and Sharron 743 S.Walnut St.be rezoned from B-3 mobile home on 2.9 acres in the Lin-
Schumacher who recently acquired to B-2. The Department of Health Site Plans... coln City area, off Alexander Road,
their property expressed an Interestin ,and Rehabilitative Services HRS) The zoning reviewed and approved currently zoned agricultural. ; Mixed: 8/23/88 UND.
the type of building planned, ob- vacated the building 2-3 years ago, two site plans Board Members Orian Wells and ,
Tuesday: Men's Trio 9/6/88 9/13/88

I McKinney Sandburg Appointed to Zoning Board
Wednesday 0:3O a.m.: Coffee .9/7/88 9/14/88

by'' Buster' Rahn proximately $350. the matter with the railroad comp ed by the zoning board last week. League
BCT Staff Writer Prior to approving the resolution. pany,and the motion to approve the Olivia Estates Is the proposed
Otis McKinney and Doris Sand- Mayor Travis Woods asked Attorney resolution carried 40. mobile home park to be built on Wednesday 7:00: Mixed 9/7/88 9/14/88
berg were appointed on-the-spot to Brown to'discuss with CSX the Weldon St, across from the Vo-Tech'
fill vacancies on the Starke Zoning possibility of getting signals installed Site Plans... school by John Odom.
Board in the city council meeting,' at other crossings in the area, ,AZD Turner presented site plans The Meadows subdivision to be Thursday 7:30: Ladies 9/1/88 9888'I' I
Tuesday, August 2. ,particularly Orange St. tor Olivia Estates and The Meadows developed by Gerald Griffis Con-. Night Out I
'Assistant Zoning Director,(AZD) Attorney Brown agreed to discuss subdivision, which had been review- struction Co, Is located off SR 16 ,
Janet Turner advised the council West behind the 4-5 new homes
,that Brenda Alvarez: tendered her I 'recently constructed by Griffis' on Friday Night: Mixed 9/9/88' 9/16/88
resignation from the zoning board SR16.
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because she is moving,out of the The council moved to approve The "If your League Is not listed, call your league secretary"I
area. Alvarez's leaving the board 'Public NoticeThe Meadows but not before Coun-
created the second vacancy since cilman Charles Schaefer instructed YABA (Youth League), FREE Bowling ,,
advise Griffis that
AZD Turner to
there was McKinney one vacancy, sitting alreadyOtis in the au- Town Council of,Brocket'will streets, water and sewer must be In Ages' 7 thru 18 Sept :10,' 17 & 24
dience, raised his hand, and told meet on Tuesday August 30 ,1988. at place before construction of homes Learn Basic Bowling Skills (10 a.m. ."1,p.m.)',
Councilman Bobby Biggs "I'll begin. '
Starts Oct. 1988
1. 10 a.m.
volunteer to serve on the zoning ,7:30: ,p.m. at Brooker City Hall for Schaefer said the -city: has ex-
board" McKinney then turned and ;their first tentative, budget meeting., perienced problems when Griffis .
spoke to Mrs.Sandberg, then held up< completed homes prior to :utilities Sign Up Today! 964-8175
two fingers, saying "We'll fill both ,being,In place.. '
positions."
The council acknowledged the'offer 8/18-8/25
,.. but took no action at the moment I
?attending to other matters.' .
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Some 20-30 minutes later, Biggs' ..'
'moved to appoint both Sandberg and
McKinney to the board. The vote,
was unanimous in approving the two Notice of Budget Hearing: ( '
new members.,
'To theresidents
Yesterday morning (Wednesday) ,
1 Board of
County
The Bradford County
the Zoning Office advised the ,
Telegraph that McKinney would be 'Commissioners will hold Its first public hearing on'' -
'.,, unable to serve,on advice of his doc.. the County Budget for the fiscal year of 1988-89.: ; of
This hearing will be held at the Bradford ,
tor.The Starke Zoning Board remainsone Courthouse In the County Commissioners Room on '.
member short' of having a full Thursday. September 8. 1988 at 8:00: p.m.
complement, ,All citiZens of Bradford County are Invited to .
Alton Road Crossing... attend this hearing.: BRADFORDCOUNTY

City Attorney Terence Brown said '",
I CSX Railroad proposes to install ,j, :
signal lights at the Alton Road cross-
Lawrence Mosley Esther B. EHcrson
.' Gilbert S. Brown I
ing, at a cost of 35000. 'CSX will "?
/' underwrite all costs of-installation.,, Clerk to the Board .CJialrjman f.BcwrjjL ,C3'iIl ,',\ r

-- bia requests"Vie city tcrfnndKO per::"; .T ",. l," v.:.;"t Iris *-, u vrv A* S iIf..J-t.{! i''"s Sis/ts.a/r I 0
cent of the annual maintenance ao- 1
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For those of you who don't know me, my name is GLEN

." r--- l 'r,,:: Vote. To ,Elect MOORE.officer I'm not, a politician, I am ,a, law enforcement,


.: ;T't' .: MitchellBrown I have lived in Bradford County all my life, and I have

", ,' ,: raised my,family here. I have beep, in' law enforcement, in

i Bradford County",for the past'23 years, ''and have been

} f'' County Commissioner District'1, certified by the state., know what needs to be done to help

\ : stop the crime' in our county.That, is why,,I.want to be, your
., i !! : / A man that will be available. sheriff '
A man that knows the district, _
I, + t t A man that will be dedicated. >, I ,I willworkwith the county schoolboard'principals' ;'

.. A man that will show no favor sm. teachers, and parents to take crime and drugs out of the
M1 A man that knows the value of a dollar. .
.. I. A,man that will get the most out of our tax dollars.:;' schools'' This will be 'an active, and strong program..

.,A man that,will be fair to all in his dealings. ::11 will use the, certified officers ,who? live in our county,

who 'want to keep their certification, active, by starting a,

''ii: : Vour"Votfl.ut;StiPJ>Qt1tRwur ?:;_ Bradford County'Auxiliary. The auxiliary will be used as it',
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\ : b" Omtljr Appreciated 1 is in Clay and Duval ,counties; to assist the regular deputiesin

all of their duties.
NMAb
I will'have,a deputy,on duty,24-hours: a day, seven'days'aweek

and actively cover all parts of the'county..

It's ''Time for BRFAIVQ) We will have better communications and,working

relationship between all enforcement, ,agencies and

the'Line! county citizens, to eliminate, the growing' crime:and,drug:

To Hold problem, within Bradford 'County., ,

I WILL BE AN ACTIVE SHERIFF FOR THE PEOPLEOF

A: He, is opposed to :BRADFORD COUNTY.' ,,'

,High Taxes 'and Our. county is growing.and:with' growth'crime usually'

r follows. As your sheriff, I will encourage the growth ,of our

;. */ 'Special Assessments county but we will-let those,people know this'is a place for

,., law-abiding citizens and that criminals and, drug, dealersare

The following excerpt is from The,Bradford not' welcome., ,

County Telegraph. Aug. 6. 1970: As a businessman' husband, father, and a resident of't.
b Bradford County all my life, and with 23 years law "i

County OK's 70-71 Budget 'at $823,809 enforcement experience in investigating and solving;all

types.of crimes,'I know: the needs of the county.
Bolding the\baron taxes> the Bradford Countv The freshman commissioner who.an accountant
Commtuion approved all x823.809 970-71 also slashed anticipated expenditures by*a.819. M
last Thursday nlJht,July 30. by btudgnQfor In Biggest cut be made from the salaries: tithe Road and
acIuatmenta! pushed by CommIaaIciner Ralph Bryan. Bridge budget where be suggested getting s5.oso'by ,
i "Ending a series of special budget meetings,the not replacing one man tharresf ted., '
ramlsalon /'adopted the balanced budget
proposed by Bryan. Motion to adopt came fromCcmmJaatoner
Buck Norman and was seconded by
Bryan.Commissioner had been unsuccessful' inearlier 4
session to cut expenditure

He looks ''for ways. NOT to raise taxes .' ,Moreimportant. THANK YOU

. ., .He Knows How to dolt_ FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT !
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VOTE RALPH BRYAN, -

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r Tor sBeractice' I Sessions, Face Lake Butler in Fall .Jamboree


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With the combination of returning at Keystone High School. In ah entirely week they're going through the Travis Long also came up from the tackle Kevin Finch!, John Allen the varsity include: fullback-
starter and players up from, the new format Class SA Brad' tough preseason two-a-day drills, JV last season and saw some varsity tackler Don McDavid, running back linebacker, Clyde DeSue, tackle
junior varsity. Head Coach David ford High will play Class 2A Union but there is only one week of that. action, and lettered. Brian Kendrick Leon Jackson, tackle Dwight Allen Trammell Jones. quarterback Reg-
Horse says the 1988 football team High two quarters the entire first Twenty-five players,most up from a senior letterman. is expected tackle Roland Schaefer, guardLorenzo ill'Sheffield and defensive back.
has good potential. half. In the second half the KHHS In the junior varsity, are expected to..- to see a lot of action this Hall, tackle Derrick Long and kicker Allen Jenkins who lettered
Opening game of the 1988 season is dians and Interlachen, both Class give the varsity a big lift. They are season. Senior wideout Kevin running back, Al Jones;guard Jason on the varsity .last year as a
set Sept. 9 at Flagler Palm Coast. 2A, will play.Gridders fed now by junior letterman guard Crawford Is returning. Mersey tackle Keith Linzy, and Wrkw. '
The preseason football jamboreeIs go into pads Monday Junior Osevedo who played some on Juniors up from the JV include: kicker bonnie Francis. BHS.was 5-5 last season. and 2-8 in',
just two weeks away, set Sept. 2. Aug. 22, when school opens TM the varsity last season. Linebacker wideout Scott Duncan, defensive Sophomores expected to play on 1985.


I School Opens Monday... from we 1A

Scott) Roberts rounds out the in' health and hygiene. tivities wile also be held there.On a BHS'expects two new portables
structional staff for a new Students should look for Mr. good day, there will be six classes a after the first of the year and has one
developmental first grade program. Paterson and he'll direct them to the day using ,the area, says Dr. new 'classroom in 'the renovated
proper room when they arrive Mon Mazzella. ROTC building
Lawtey Jr. High:.. day morning. The year will begin with a strong
Around 525 students are expectedat Bradford High... emphasis on attendance,a policy the
Lawtey Junior High School Middle School.: .. Some 1,190 students up some 180. school board fully endorsed when
(formerly Lawtey Elementary)with, Some 730 students,down about 50 are expected at Bradford High. told about it Monday night. A policy
the eighth grade going there, this students, are expected at Bradford Monday morning ninth gradersare of four unexcused absences per six-
the auditorium to weeks will net a failing A
term. Middle School. to report to grade. "
The two portable classrooms at BMS students should report to the receive schedules. 10-12 grades will fourth unexcused tardy will get a '"PUTS SAVINGS ON THE LINE" '
LJH ,are complete the ready to go gym and find their name on a home report to, their,TAP'' classrooms to student referred to the dean for an '
Principal Buddy Paterson. room list containing teacher's name receive schedules. automatic one day suspension
says unexcusedabsence.
to that BHS expects to have a full staff which counts for one
Plus the school has a new 108footbuilding and room number,and report .
part of which Is' being room From the home room the stu- Monday. ___ .
renovated for a band classroom to dent will receive his schedule. mn
get that program off the cafetorium The BMS is fully staffed and ready
stage. 'to, says Principal John Mazzella., TURBO RECOMMENDED ,Summer Tank Installation-
\ In addition Ms. Bobbie Sue who predicts a good year, HAVOI1NE SUPREME .
O'Brian will teach art and BMS also has a new outside eating .I SPECIALS .
,photography and Lee Burdett will and stage area. Students will be 6\(6
teach chorus. allowed to use that area on a reward AS LOW AS'
Two new, physical education basis during lunch. Other school ac+ 89 '

.teachers are on the staff to teach ... Q.Texw0O t-. $4650Includes


I Political Rally I II SAE lOW-30 tank Installation.

r Transmission, Fluid Special!.- Castrol (up to 30' of,material)

(from page 3A) sponsor a bill calling for revealing. I Tank,full of gas
campaign expenses. 1.04
Appropriations session. 'Committee again Drop outs are the ones filling the Dexron No tank rental until 1989

next J.J. Swanson a state prisons Sen. Hollingsworth .a. .
Challenger CHAIUNOEI Complete gas inspectionof
Jacksonvillepart ''wants to build,said Ms.Walker.She Engineered to
Republican of Dist.from 13, said the this area does asked "We ,don't want Florida"to Register for Dram minimize your appliances .
have wall-to-wall prison do we? Custom viscosity
solid waste incinerator,or
,not need a
committed to breakdown and
Walker said she is Wheel Cover by Grant
more breaks in welfare. It needs industry S extendtransmission I
The current education,that N.in Florida terms! of Is economic hurting.As to be given away Aug. 25
development
administration's days In every coun- No purchase necessary life. Dexron II.
ty seat are numbered,Swanson: said. Robert Kennedy'said at the
Swanson works in the law office of funeral of his brother, President Automotive Hatcher Suburban ,2336 SW Ardwr.le.dGNn.avIII.
his father Carl Swanson in Duval John Kennedy Mrs.Walker in conclusion .,I'\
County and sells real estate. recited: Most people look at Parts, Center Auto Parts Propane ((904) 376-5651
Mike Wingate, a Democrat from the world, see the way it is and say, ,
Fernandina, said most of Rep., why? John Kennedy looked'.at the 660 North Walnut Street,. 8570 Hwy 301
'Crady's money comes from outside> I world and asked why not? Starke FL 32091 Maxville, FL 32234 .1 1 !._,,__, -..__a.d._
the Dist., 13, from Political Action, s-
Committees (PAC's), or special. interests.id :
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: Crady 'is'a "yes";
man. "
If Bradford's gym appropriationhad
gone through the Education FINAL CLEARANCE! '
Commission, as it should have, it
,would have passed Wingate said.,

Dist. 21...
CLOSE-OUT '
Republican incumbent In Dist. 21, I
Rep. Chance Irving of Orange Park ,
and Democratic candidate Jerry
Guswiler a Clay County educator III' '
who has performed with the Brad- ISr
ford Players,are seeking the Dist.21 I -

seat.Neither ,
face opposition from their _
own party in the Sept. 6 primary. Sr
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They will oppose each other on the 1988
Novo 8 General Election ballot.

lob ifNettedtinuye!to Rep.do good


L-AP7i95ri
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Guawiler, who has 29 'years in,
education is a former principal of
Clay High School and has been a
Clay county-wide administrator, After Rebate
said he is running to support Brad- _
ford County and said"we are in concert
to Bradford County." No Money .,

I State Senate... : Down

Senate Dist. 5... w g ,,

Incumbent Senator ,Wayne Holl- -
ingsworth, D-Lake City, said "...if I
thanked Bradford voters 1,000 timesit -
Holl- -.r
wouldn't be enough.
ingsworth.calling children our most '
,precious possesion said he is vitally 1988Bronco
interested in education. He cited a NO MONEY ,
need for more prisons,that statistics ,
show short termers are turning back. n 4x2

to crime. "
Hollingsworth pointed the state DOWN -
Boot Camps for young offenders is 'Sale
his Idea, that it cuts the recidivism,
e rate from 27 to 21 percent. .
Sen. Hollingsworth said he was a S-speed. Air AM/FM Stereo
mover in getting prison work crews w/Cassette.V-6 Engine.Luggage
back out on the roads. After next Rack. Deluxe Whee11'rlm.
'season, Sen. Hollingsworth Premium Sound System. Cloth
predicted the publiC'will again see & Vinyl Seat Trimt RWL Tlrea.
prison gun crews working on the v Deluxe Tutone Paint. 1,5 9 5
of 25 inmates, two
roads, a group
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correctional officers, and one walking es Sale Priced. at Only After Rebate

boss:
Getting things accomplished in the
Florida Legislature takes experience
i Sen Hollingsworth said., 1988 1988 Aerostar Wagon
Knowing who to trust and when to FORDTEMPO
get up and talk and when to sit down Cond.
Cloth Chairs Air
Captains ,
and knowing when to say "No" is GL j
important. .' Privacy Glass Rear Window Washer;,
Sen.i Hollingsworth said he'' has Wiper, RW Defrost. Auto Trans.Speed
fought and continues to oppose Air, Cond.. Speed Control, ;
Control. TIlt Wheel XL Trim
before DER the hazardous waste -
'
,treatment center on prison property.. Tilt ,Wheel. AM/FM Stereo
He said he worked for the$400,000 to
renovate the gym. "Crady,Rep. Irv- '
ing, and myself fought tooth and L $13,6O4NO
toenail for the gym" Sen., Holl
$9280
ingsworth said. ,
The senator said he is working fora
$25 million statewide school drop
out prevention program by starting NO MONEY DOWN
pre-kindergarten program for 3-* '

year Hollingsworth olds. pointed- out there Festiva L Plus'

are only four senators strung across
north Florida,while Dade County
alone has eight senators. N.Florida SUPER ; ,, F ;, h ,,2 Door. Cloth Bucket Seats.
Legislators have to stick together, 4-Speed. Air Conditioned
said Hollingsworth,twice named the'
outstanding_member of the Senate. SAVINGS
Sherry Walker,a lady trial lawyer, $.6 432.. After
is challenging -' 6
from Hamilton County,
Rebate
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f Sen. Hollingsworth. Her family SALE
farms, her parents raise horses and
:" cows, her brother raises
:' watermelons she said.
Ms. Walker Mid she doesn't
:' dislike,but disagrees with Sen. Holl- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
ingsworth. She said she accepts no
,. PAC contributions, but Sen. Holl ,
ingsworth does accept large contributions 43-FORD
from special Interests. 964-720O' 371-1096 '388-FORD
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She said Sen. Hollingworth can Keystone Hgts
rest,on his laurels, that the state Starke Gainesville 'Jacksonville

.must Walker keep said moving Sen.forward.Hollingsworth 209 W. MadJson ., State Road.2 1.

was ranked among the 10 least effec
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For Those Who Served. .


Exciting Plans ;Are Underway for a 13-Acre 'W.'W.. 'II Memorial Park Which Gould.Attract Thousands

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ny Mark Friedlin ,to war." Hall said "The entire "
DCT Staff Writer facility will be open to the public ,, "
Plans) are under way for a and will,we.hope, be a memorableand .
memorial to World War II veterans patriotic tribute to the men of
which has the potential of attracting that war"
,, thousands of veterans and their The military reservation at Camp
relatives the proposedsite 'Blanding near Starke was a major
at Camp Banding; U.S. Army training center,duringthe
Funding for the memorial has war It ''was originally established
been approved by the state legislature as a state military training 'r:
and plans are being drawn up at camp for units of the Florida National
Camp landing; which include an, Guard. Following the rapid
extensive memorial covering a 13- mobilization of the guard in q7y
.' acre parcel of land oft the military, November' 1940 and the sudden Ff
facility which, was built and ,expansion of'the Army following'Pearl
,boomed during the frenzied arly Harbor the facility was'
daysofW.W.II. transformed a multi-purpose
Plans for the memorial which training facility for Various types of
will include'a museum of W.W.II military. units throughout the
'artifacts to be located in an'old bar' Army. -v''j .1
f;, Y:, \ racks building are being made by a Prior to its conversion as an,Infantry .
,Iv'' ;\ : team led by SGM Rodney Halt, director Centerin ."' .', """ ." -;;:- ,- .
Replacement Training
+;-i j ';'d J,o' of the Museum .- ,, _]0,".. --, -.- .. '_-..-.
a Project, ,
late 1943, dozens of _
. complete r ;: "" .. 'i' .
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Strangely there is official $: '
enough no Army units trained at Bland- '. .. "" ::2! )I:7
Camp ,. : ;
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:,I W.W.II memorial to the vet ing. Included were artillery units, ..,ri oil "' '_. ',- .,.:"t ,.... .,, .:.. '''"' ...'.,;:;.1..."l;' "!. +..'t!: ....Q'.'. ; .::1 '.!"' .. "tf-'ho.-:;,.. ." .
erans their 1 lives who 'in fought the four-year and sacrificed long quartermaster both field and and aircraft other engineer specialist, : ..",\' '>'r7''-\'f' .._.,:",
Conflict; and Hall hopes the planned troops, infantry regimentsand Plans
many Big Underway...
exhibit and memorial at Camp and nine entire .divi- .vhich. will. be housed ta m.j j-room building UIIed.*a guest hoiue during the
infantry Sgt. Major Rodney Hall lurvey'i a portion of the 13 acre Ue where a, .. .
Blanding will be'a drawing point sions: the 1st,,29th, ,30th., 31st, war ,
memorial and museum for W.W. veterans U planned. Over 100.000 US, received their final I
for visiting troop training at Camp Blanding
many veterans and their '36th,43rd 63rd, 66th and 79th. flail bat been director and
families who visit from out-of-slalc named Marching for artifact for the museum before they"were hipped.overaeai during, the beetle war)'e.J ....
During most of 1944 and:1945. .s
on their way to points south. the largest percentage of men sent
"Most of the W.W. veterans are ''to replenish the men on' the front
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Another fun and productive! Summer*ea..on at the Bradford County'Library i discovered: the Joy of book,music and play''while they wiled away their ,.;,': ,
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Fired N.R.C.. Nurse Protests DismissalA .,,-

nurse at New River Correctional may be terminated at any time development of personal relationship -
Institution who was fired on June 30, without the right to appeal such ac- with an Inmate, Nurse
1988,is protesting her firing as being tion to the Career Service Commission Kaltenmeier does not appear to be
unjust and says, "I must take a suitable for continued employmentwith
stand for nurses and Inmates In the Her offense, according to a reportof the Department. of .
correctional system.1She a special investigation conducted. Corrections." rr-'T-L 1 1Al
is addressing her protest to by Investigator Jack F. Schenck, "According to the Department of
Secretary Richard Dugger. and to dated June 29, 1988,1s a violation of a Corrections chapter 33-25'I should
the news media. Rule of the Department of Corrections have received at least 40 hours of
The nurse Barbara Kaltenmeier, Chapter 33-4.002 (6), "No orientation prior to my first assign-
was hired April 11, 1988 as a senior employee shall solicit,trade,barter, ment," said Nurse Kaltenmeier. "I
registered nurse. On June 30, she or accept a gift or any compensationfrom have received zero hours."
was terminated, and informed by- or resent a gift to,an Inmate, Rules of the DOC stater:"All nursing
NRCI Superintendent James T. ...except as authorized by the service personnel will attend a
Wainwright that"As a probationary Superintendent, Officer-in-Charge, 40-hour institutional orientation program
employee,you have no appeal rights or District Supervisor." prior to assuming their duty !
through the Public Employees Rela- A further violation of Chapter station. If such conditions exist that ;
tion Commission or Union 33-4.002 ,(28) "Employees shall there is no orientation program
Grievance Procedure.* maintain a professional relationshipwith scheduled, the employee will not be
The reason for'' Nurse all persons In the custody or entrusted to conducting, shift duties ,
Kaltenmeler's dismissal,as explained under the supervision of the Depart without supervision."
by her,was the aid given to an in- ment. No personal or business rela- "This inmate is just 26 years old i'V
mate who was about to be released; ,tionships are permitted." and has been Incarcerated since he _
and "who expressed fear of return- Nurse Kalatenmeier is further in was 1S<4. By being in a transit _
ing to society." violation of Chapter 33-4.003 status, he was not able to have :: !$ I -
Kaltenmeier contacted the prison (8), "Unathorized distribution of library privileges," said the Nurse. ttVV '
psychologist Dr.Lowell P.Thomas, written or printed material of any "This young man Just might be the ,_ .
and received his approval to give description.' one person that could make it, if Library Donation...
two books, "The Game of Life" and (23) "Conduct .unbecoming 'a given the proper guidance."
"Be Your Own Man" to the inmate. ,public employee"1 "As you enter a nursing career Dr.Bernard McFadden,Coordinator of the Starke Branch o(Santa fe Community College,fnmtmit Bradford
The 26 year old inmate, who had (25) "Willful violation of'rules, you take an oath to help your fellow County Librarian Sue Crum,..jth.donation,for$10,000 for new book and instructional help. I
been in prison since age 16,also said regulations directives or policy man to the best of your ability and to SFCC contribute fund to the local library In exchange for aervice to.tndenU In the area which relate to their
he didn t know how to balance a statements. treat every patient as a member of claMe at the toilers. .
checkbook, so she gave him a third (34) "Failure to follow oral or your family. God knows if a brotherof -
.book, entitled "Teach Your Child to written instructions." mine was in jail for 11 years and
:'""Manage Money" again with Dr (39) "Simultaneous violation of was asking for help, 1 sure would
: Thomas!approval.Section more than one rule." want somebody to give him some," 1988
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: Rules states "An employee that Schenck is: "Based on system not only turned on him, but '
s' does not have Career Service status the' reach ''pf security, and her on me also." ;2BA Doublewide

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II ; New Displaced Homemaker Program Classes SetThe '100' 14,9OO 1 .
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I( Displaced Homemaker Program Purpose the class is to offer years of working,in the home. .,' d a1' to
z at Santa Fe Community College help to homemakers 35 years of age. Planning a new life direction and I .; A .. 1 Shingled roof wood. nlfffng, plywood floors delivery and vR
l has set a new class for to start or older who have lost the support of support from others are basic parts J'Ode let-up. FleetwonU,l warranty and Extended Warranty "
y Sept 12. their family through separation, of the class. ,1,1,t'I" .
I Pre-registration 'is requied by divorce,or the death or disability of> To register, or for more informslion -. '::. : Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices atl
I Sept. 9.-The classa and other services ,their spouse, and who are planningto ,call,395-5047, ,"I '. only
, are free of charge.Biologists re-enter the job market after '," 'i 1 '

II ;- Can't Determine Cause of Rare Animals. DeathOne I II Quality Homes

: of the five'Texas cougars, had been tracking her activities in found the animal's carcass July 20
: released by the. Game and Fresh the vicinity between' Jasper and floating in the Suwannee River When
: Water Fish Commission into the Lake City since her release into the the animal's radio collar began' ((904)) 752-8627
,;. wild near Lake City has died of. area In mid-June as part of the com ,transmitting a "mortality signal"' 11( .
unknown causes. mission's panther reintroduction near White Springs. Radio collars, I 41 N '
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adult' ,
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female, known to wildlife biologistsas Commission biologists' John'' 'I enable scientists to monitor the cats
the "Jasper : Wooding Bill Frankenberger -, 1988 4BR' 2RA.. 5>4v7nit <,
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Citizens Still Waiting for Cable Television Service to Come to Town

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Discussions of an ordinance 'south side of the Carlotta Subdivi- .Install the stand pipe. B&H Pulmb- does require public utilities (which (mobile home) and a business on his meter. Chairman 'Pierce said he
welcoming cable television into sion, near SR-231 and SR235. Ing of Gainesville will be contactedto would Include the town water land in Brooker. It was suggestedthat found that hard to believe since few,
Brooker are still ongoing, with the Councilmember Davis moved that'a install the stand pipe, since city system) to bid all projects totaling. an unused meter be moved from other residences or businesses in the
town council requesting a cable stand pipe be installed in the low employees can't do that particularjob more than $1,000. another location In town out to the town required a larger than stan
company representative to attend part of that area so that the pipes and the council has had satisfactory Since Installing a new fire hydrant Parrish' property but Coun .dard meter. '
the next regular meeting, set for can be flushed thoroughly. work from this firm in the past. may' well cost more that $1,000 the cllmember Davis pointed out that Clerk Cox said it might be that the
Sept. 13.Buford. Davis said that the project had Chairman Pierce suggested that council decided to hold off on that the meter in question could be Health Department official was say-
Television Friendship been suggested numerous times and the council consider Installing a fire item until bidding procedures can be damaged during the move and advocated ing that both the residence and
Cable Co. of Florida, a Texas corporation -' tabled each time. "There are times hydrant in that area also. established. Councilmember installing a new standard business could not be served by one
is presently negotiating when those people out there can't Attorney Hobbs noted that the Stalnaker was asked to' make in- meter to serve Parrish's property standard meter.
with the council concerning a local drink their water. or even wash council does not presently have an quiries of various companies to Chairman Pierce pointed out that
ordinance which will allow the cable clothes in it,'" said Davis. "I think'we ordinance governing when bids are determine the price range of the pro- Councilmember Stalnaker said city ordinance requires eachresidence
''company to operate within the city should get a stand pipe and do the, ''necessary on a project, although the ject. Parrish has been told by a county official and business .to have its
limits of Brooker. Job properly. I'm tired talking, it'. council has expressed an interest in ,-The"council also discussed In- from the Health .Department own meter. "He'll need one for the
Attorney Johnny Hobbs told the time to take some action." establishing rules on bidding a water.meter for WayneParris that he could not use a standard .house and one for the business" he
council that he had examined the The council voted unanimously However, Hobbs said that the law who has.a new residence meter and would,need a J\y: -inch said.
proposed ordinance and found that
there were a few technicalitiei
which could be discussed but
basically the ordinance was legall
sound.,
Hobbs noted that the council mighl '
want to specifically address th Winn-Dixie
issue of an automatic renewal claus W-D Brand Beef .
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in the ordinance Hobbs noted thai ''
the ordinance was for 15 years, bul ,
the Best You'll Ever Find!
an automatic renewal clause appears : : ., 1ftA
to give the company another '
15 years for a total of 30 years. (,:. We sell only aged U.S. Choice Beef.All W-D
Hobbs said if he read the or Brand Beef is trimmed to a quarter inch.Your
dinance correctly, it' would seem
that the council would have little Winn-Dixie meat expert is'ready to assist you,
power to change the ordinance at 'THE a O'I 3'I with a special cut or with cooking tips and
PRICES GOOD IN
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any time before the 30 years are ex, : .
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read, but that is what it says," said
Hobbs. Steak for Cookout
Hobbs said that 30 years Is a long
time,"A lot can happen In 30 years, YourDelicatessen
and you (the council) may want to -
have more freedom to negotiate ;- 'r
changes to this ordinance." ,
Town Clerk Cheryl Cox reportedthat and
she added a"line to the water
bills for August asking the town
residents if they were interested in BakeryPURDUE
having a 'cable company come to
Brooker. Although no formal tally of DELITURKEY '"" '
answers has been made, she '
reported that nearly every bill which W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE: W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
had an answer. marked,' said they or BONELESS W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM '
'\,would like to have cable television

1 available' Chairman in the George town. Pierce' asked. ,CHICKEN BREAST | | TOP SIRLOIN TBONESTEAKS ROUNDSTEAK

'who would decide what channels are '- STEAK
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ed.and company Hobbs suggested would answered that decide the that those council the issues cable talk ,$ ,, 5 9 'AUGUST,THURS.-WED.QUANTITY 18-24 RIGHTS, 1988,' .$ 9 7 ,$ 9 7 $ 7'

with the cable
further representative, ,company. HALF' -c_RESERVED.....,.__,._- 2 3 2'

No Truck...? .LB. LB." LB. LB.,

The council discussed enacting a ,
"no truck" ordinance prohibiting
large trucks from using certain W-D B SAND U.S. CHOICIBONELISS
"MISH BAKIO"-; BOTTOM W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICI ONILISS W-D BRAND

roads roads within are not the designed town limits.to bear Some the APPLE $199 ROUND $ 7 RUMP $197 'CUBEDSTEAKS $ 9 5I
weight of these large trucks and 19 Z
'S could be damaged by repeated use,' PIE. Sin.I ROAST ROAST I
.noted council members.: e e. SIZE' L& u 18.FISHERMAN'S .
Attorney Hobbs showed the coun-
cil an ordinance which was based on
a Gainesville city ordinance, He told 41/50 CT. > US.O.A. INSPECTED .
WHOLE
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the council members that there were MEDIUMSHRIMP
many places in the ordinance which FRYER ..SMOKEDHAMS
probably would not apply to. a p DRUMSTICKia
smaller town and asked them to edit'. e
,the ordinance to fit their needs. .

this pointed Marshal one out might that Tommy not an be ordinance necessary Raulerson like at It $4" t V.. 68 C CFRESH TRIMMED SPECIAL 0 7 $ '

all. He noted that if weight limits are CC WHARF Yi21i ia 18.
imposed that the council would .
have to purchase expensive portable FRESH SEAFOOD FARMSTEAD PORK SHOULDER
scales so that the weight limits could GROUPERFILLETS BONELESS SMOKEDPICNICS

be Raulerson enforced.Also noted that if a local' .i.. :.', ... Fem. PORKCHOPS, j.

property owner drives a large truck -.; '- fTRiMCGT
for a living,the council cannot deny : '
him access to his land. The council $59,9 BONELESS PORK $337 \ L ,C CEVERYDA ,
also cannot deny trucks access to the +ti 77
local repair shop.Also, public utility ,.AVAILABLE IN SEAFOOD STORES ONLY La La
trucks cannot be denied access .to
their lines. '
Raulerson said that the local truck'
'drivers have been cooperating with '
the council by staying off these back
'roads as much as possible. "I have, LOW
seen one truck on this road in the :
past month,and I didn't even have to
stop him,a local truck driver stopped -' ,
him and told him he couldn't use
that road," said Raulerson.
Raulerson noted that the truck p .
drivers traveling through toWn EVERYDAY LOW PRICE I EVERYDAY LOW PRICE I EVERYDAY LOW PRICE I EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
generally sUe!: to the main roads "
anyway and the local truck drivers
are very cooperative.."I don't think FOAMY REGULAR LEMON -
that the number of vehicles we are LIME or SENSITIVE' ;.,. SUPERBRAND DANO'S
likely to stop will make up for havingto '
buy a set of scales C.J." he said' COLOR POSTER' ,SHAVE ( :;'JORANGE GOURMET'
Councilmember Stalnaker "
1
suggested just posting '.'no truck" '$99 REAM.I" JUICE.PIZZAS. ,
signs on the,roads, but Raulerson, EACH ,
noted that can't'' enforce no } T >ar
you 20 x 30
dinance.trucks signs without a no trucks' or- COLOR POSTER 24 $ | 39 A 1 $199

Chairman Pierce suggested tabling $1499 L" 5s ii-oi-T;" "1'1' I'' HALf,
the issue until the other coun- tACH'' CAN'J. GAL.. EACH'
cilmembers could review it. BB
Made from a color print or 35mm negative i
(Besides Pierce only Coun- .
PEPPERMINT.. COOL MINT, SUPERBRANO.
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cilmembers C.E.Sue Davis and C.J. !
Stalnaker for the COLGATE BUTTERMILK THRIFTY MAID .,
> were present
$1 95'
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meeting.) 25 % OFF MOUTHWASH .. t 8ft 66e BISCUITS .,... .. ,...1' CORN ON,COB ,4 Mt MRV .
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LADY MITCHUM POWDER.. UNSCENTED SOLID SUPERBRANO i MILD CHEOOAR COLBY.. .
Stand Pipe Set... (SOc OFF LABEL a_. $)04 oc UNSCENTED, MUENSTER or MONTEREY, ASTOR .
i A stand pipe is on the slate for the .OUR ENTIRE' LINE OF. POWDER fRESH,SCENTED STICK '9ge APPLE
ROLL-ON p"OF'LAeEL $-194 -79e
i ANTI.PERSPIRANT"IACK' I CHEESE .,. . fcS JUiCE. . ... '
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GREETINGCARDS ,
OFF LABEL, '
Libraryfrom SOFT SENSE $168 'SUPERBRAND 99'15ot THRIFTY MAID 2 $!oo

'LOTION .In,. H.If.t. ,IMUltf CHOC 0 CHARM GAL STEAK FRIES '. ,,2-'
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tlon for most of the hour long pro AGW.M.IA..oo KMTRA OOT t*CXTMA COMIMTlONIII MOOV QUARTERS ALL FLAVORS200l

gram.Over all, the summer program al i ll SHAMPOO.& SUPERBRAND SUPERBRAND
the library was a tremendous success OFF ; '
mainly due to the help and sups CONDITIONER' MARGARINE ", ICE CREAM'THEMANUFACTURER'SRETAILONALl
port of the community.The staff ex "
tends a heartfelt thank you to the '

> donated businesses time and items individuals and energy who to PANTY Q r $ 68 $148
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make the program successful: .2. .88
Burger King (Gina Gallo),' Winn )J. BTL HALf
Dixie' (Daniel Johnson), Angela = FOR GAL
Laney' (PAWS), .Rod and Mary HOSE
Buchele Starke Tang Soo. Do ,
(Richard Rosenbeck), Aligator
Creek' Stop Camp, Patrick and
Georg Ann Pattillo Friends of the
Library, .Aardvark Video (Jim
Skelton). Mitchell's Drugs (Carolyn Fresh Product Clean) StoresIt'

Autry man, )Bradford. Margarite County Richie Telegraph, Joy Nor- : p :

(Carolyn Eaves), Florida Family
Times,' BCPli Board of Trustees
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Lake Butler. Woman Faces New Charges

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A 29-year-old Lake Butler woman ',conspiracy charge. Boles .and Hart lace maximum
faces a retrial on marijuana chargesas Hart was charged with giving a penalties of five in prison and
---- a result of a federal grand jury indictment small amount of marijuana from the $25,000 on each of rears against
freezer in the home she and Boles them In the case. Arraignment has
12 Fried $4 Shirley Merrill Hart, a 'correc shared In the Hellbron Springs area been set for.next Tuesday August
SHRIMP 95 tional officer at the Reception to Johnnie Blaine Thompson in Z*
Tax Medical Center,will again becharged November 1986.Thompson, who was
with' conspiracy to distribute cooperating with law enforcement
10 Piece marijuana and distribution of mari officers at the time,told Hart he had 'No ArrestIn
Ketch of the $3.5O -+ juana,according to Assistant United been promised the marijuana, by Starke Murder
Day Tax States Attorney Rob Storch.The new Boles.
The Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment
indictment was returned last weekin
Homemade Hamburgers .Vegetable E11 ED 1 K N Jacksonville and adds Hart's' During the June trial Boles continues the investigation -
FACTORIR c fiance, Alton James (A. J.) Boles of acknowledged cocaine One Pound $ .-.. Starke as a defendant in the case. Thompson in 1983-84 but said Hart 25-year-old Starke man. Several
CATFISH 4.95 904-964-4415 A mistrial was declared in June made him drop his drug habit in leads have been developed but the
Tax when the jury became deadlockedon 1985, a year before the incident in case has become complicated ac.
open 6,am. Hwy 301 S. Starfce, ft, H.L.Dye cording to a spokesperson for the
a 11-1 vote to acquit Hart, on the which she was charged,
sheriff
Edward Aldridge's body was
., found at 2:15: p.m. August 10 in a
'
ditch on NE 20th Avenue off of SR-16
.,_ east of Starke. The department has
I, managed to keep details concerning
Aldridge's death confidential, which
", 1 they feel enhances the investigation."As .
000/0
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\' long as the only other person
that knows how he died Is the one
'""e that killed him, that's a big advantage
SATISFACTION
: ktick-4eko177me/ to us," said Director of Operations
Don Denton.No .
GUARANTEED \' : : motive has been established at
;. this time but the killing was probably
WE WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM 'YOU J' f. & drug related since Aldridge'was
ARE NOT PLEASED WITH OR (r! ': : Today, you have more.choices than ever in how a street person, said in
RETURN YOUR PURCHASE vestigators.He has had several run-
PRICE. I ,, "J WinnTDixie has them all. ins with the law but
,IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED ''I to fill a lunchbox and than managed to
spending more 30 daysin
NEITHER A'IEWEI: fruits breads, meats,. escape, records,
,ti You'll" .find vegetables, jail according to court
Records indicate Aldridge was
> cheeses and the latest lunch-box-sized treats.: charged with armed robbery in 1982
but the case was dismissed due to insufficient -

z ... ,\ FLBORCA .., t. 1?' 1 z 'Make all of your meals nutritious with help .served 30 days identification for leaving; in the 1983 scene he

SUSS, LOTTERY TICKETS ..jo, from Winn-Dixie' and .,.. .. of an accident; 1984 he was charged
AT AUTHORIZED with delivery of a controlled
WMM-One STORES.OFFICUI. ,substance for which he pled guilty to
.TICKET OUTLEt. t. Prices possession of less than 20 grams;
Over 10,000 Everyday Low also in 1984 he was found gwlty of
driving while intoxicated; 1988 a
drug charge against Aldridge was
HARVEST FRESH dismissed by the state attorney's 6fjfice.
ALL "VARIETIES TOM'S, WITH FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES. SANDy.nCH '
EXTRA LARGE I SNACKS FUN __
---.rs -- ..Bradford'Coun'ty
2L_ TO PACK FRUIT Q' BAGS ,Rescue Answers

129 Calls In July'' ,.
"PEACHES

$139 Ct ,$174--i; M0 Medical Bradford Services County Rescue Emergency Unit,

r------i PKG. i PKG, responded to a''total of 129
I. calls/or/runs during the month of
__ Y' *' ''Julyaccording to Supervisor Cliff

-resh IN N Aflpue AIIUASI AIILF/O t:'AII.YMOTT'S DL PUDDING MONT.CHOCOIATI' BABY $065 ,Chapman.Seventy-four'transports requiredthe

"S.AN89" c 4 PAil 99c K transporting of 77 patients.Fifty-
LB. JUICE :uoa PIII. CUPS ... ;, PKG RUTH five calls required no transporting. ,
'. ', DILMONT..NANA 'UN SIZI The back-up unit made five runs and

( HARVEST MESH CALIFORNIA SANDWICH'\ PUDDING 99 C FINGER $265 one TRAUMA patient I. Rescue was transported 60 assisted R-74 by
t $199 HAil '(Middleburg) with one patient. ,
BARTLETTPEARS c BAGS . CUPS '. PKG The majority of the patients, 51,
4 9 were taken to Bradford Hospital.

.. te SEEDLESS Eight patients were taken to
ZIPtOCK Alachua General Hospital, three pa-
SANDWICH SUNMAID ,tients were taken to Shands and four
ilKELLOGG'SSUGAR to North Florida Regional Hospital,
S --BAGS RAISINS a\lln Gainesville. .
PCACH MHHT OKAWOC or CtTINM I .
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j .. 11."One-patient was taken to Recep-
1?WHITE MOUNTAIN COOLttKS : lion Medical Center in Lake Butler
FF: 99unortxurr $ $ 2 and one patient was transported to
r:1:0
$1 .1..2-.5:1 frBOXPKG. 25-ot Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
sac 1pKG.: f' BOX Center. One patient was taken to
University, one to Baptist and one to
MILLER BEER St. Vincent's Hospital, all ,'in'
t-PMI-.,. jt 79 i MOTTS ASEPTIC NATURAL, \ (' Jacksonville
M >TTS
'. CAMS 2 CINNAMON or NATURAL LUNCH Illness related calls topped the listwith'
APPLESAUCE }/ APPLE \ 22 people needing attention.-"
BAGS Ten calls were "to people with
'- COCA MoTT1.... SAUCE \ tt,\ respiratory problems and 14 people',
.-. \ were cardiac patients. '
COLA -" ...... Eighteen calls were to people in
$' 59 -- trauma and another seven runs were
60
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: \ \" Tj f _- C-PAK $', 6-PIt.PKG., 1 L 24-0L'JAR 93" saCl PKG.CANS .: .to vehicle people accidents.in trauma resulting..from

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tt'' 12 01 Two calls were to obstretic'patients. -
....., One call was alcohol related
--' --- -- and one person,was in emotional
crisis. One call was to a drug overt
; dose victim.and one call was for a
: ;\ WINN-DIXIE GIVES YOU standby at a structure fire.Ten calls
I 'were cancelled and six were false,

. P I E THE, LOWEST FOOD .BILL unit alarms.Two' arrived people. were, dead when" the


, Emergency
911
, ., .' :/\ POSSIBLE.
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:...:;'":,'-, i\'." : ,,, EVERYDAY LOW t>RICE ** NO MINIMUM PURCHASE ,* NO LIMITS"* STOCK-UP EVERYDAY Offered Basic EMT At SFCC Class

';,,',,:> ',,';, Anyone' Interested in taking the
Basic Emergency Medical
) (,:, ALL VARIETIES POWDERED '''Technology class at the Santa,,Fe
' -r- LILAC WHITE or YELLOW THRIFTY MAID Starke Center'
Community College
'
.:.;;" GATORADE LILAC PAPERTOWELS CORNEDBEEF should contact the college. as soon as
-
, '.., ", THIRST QUENCHER ,DETERGENT possible.. Candidates for'''the'class, which.
will meet three evenings each week,'
must fill out an application and pass
t the TABE Test to be accepted into.
$119 004 the course. ., '

4 JA.R, | M Nr" 38-oz.BOX JUMBO 47 *, 12-01. 99 < Basic Students Training who will complete receive the a EMT certificate

.,' ROLL CAN, and will be eligible for state
,
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!and national registry examinations.
; 1 t, For more information pleas stop
UNCLE SEN'S' ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES 'by the Santa Fe Starke.Center or call
UNCLE BEN'S 'COUNTRY INN $118 CRACKIN' GOOD I" DUNCAN HINES 3645382.1FIIP

UedlRICE RICE MIXES '. .'. iMM I SALTINES :. t. 'i S. 68e2"ia SOFT COOKIES 'if. II.lAG.. 99 'Troopers

'I UNCLE BEN'SINSTANT' CRACKIN-GOOD.AU. VARIETIES 'NATURAL Continue License,
: [ MnmVUn BOX :$ioo MOTTS Vehicle
$197 Inspections
' I RICE ... J&. : $149
9 : COOKIES. .-. APPLE JUICE' . ii'UNCLE ''Bradford CountyThe .
I BEN'S CREAMY.ITALIAN or RANCH 0000'
$189 CRACKIN1 ALL VARIETIES ALL VARIETIES
2LR, PASTA $V 87 BIG 60 nn C' MOTTS be conducting Florida Highway driver license Patrol and wilt

BAG, SALADS .% . '"T COOKIES . .'. %? | f FRUIT PAKS . VSf'THRIFTY $179 vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of Aug. 19 through Aug., ..,
,25 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18;
THRIFTY MAID CUT: THRIFTY MAID IIItIti THRIFTY MAID r'' MAID SR-ts. CR-18, CR-16. CR-21B
GREENBEANS Inn M l I TOMATOa, CR225. CR-125. CR-229, CR-231,
SLICED PORK&BEANS CR-227, CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A
In Bradford County.Recognizing .
SAUCE CARROTS .1 the danger presented

to'the' public by defectives,vehicle
'equipment Troopers.will concen-
trate their efforts on vehicles being
$ operated with defects such as bad
"> I00 3'100I $1001C brakes, worn tires and defective
&JIN 16-oL, 16-ot lighting equipment. In addition, at-
.' CAN CAN tention will be directed to drivers
I i who would violate the driver license
., ', laws of Florida. -

Union CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and

and Quick Friendly Checkout ot ing vehicle the week inspection of Aug.checkpoints 19 through Aug.dur-

25 on SR-100,SR-121,SR-231 SR-241.
SR-238 CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CRTWA -
in Union County.






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Turn Your Trash Into Cash Get Record: Number of SFCC Scholarships ,,1,1,


"I doubt If any high school of com cent of the 1988 graduating class. Carver. He also presented the one Scholarships program to Mindy
To Help' U"-' CAP Win Suit parable size In the county has the op SFCC Board of Trustees member year $750 Rotary Anonymous Donor Hersey, Rosalyn Taylor, Sondra
of attending college that Is Terry Brown awarded certificates to Scholarships to Jennifer Clark and Green, Donald BarnhiUV Dennis
provide to our students by local the 14 students who have accepted. Dale Cassels. the Rotary Scholarship Glover, Kevin'' 'Starling Chris
scholarships. This Is one more sign the Board Scholarships, Including Program was established In Powell James Tricket. Vicky
,HOW that this is truly a remarkable com- Jason Brown Jennifer Brown, 1979 and thus far has assisted 25 Goodowns and Allyson Thompson.
RECYCLENEWSPAPERS
TO munity,'" says Dr. Bernie McFad- David Thorpe?; Robert Boone, students to attend their local college. One of the newest scholarship pro-,
den, SFCC Starke Center' Coordinator Richard Taylor, Michael Barber,. Most of the funding comes from the grams to SFCC, the Guy Andrews
'- Pamela Zurfluh.Stephanie O'Steen, annual Rural-Urban' Day chicken Minority Scholarship! chose as its
ALUMINUM, GLASS Santa Fe Community College Is Richard Klmutls, Todd Gillen. dinner sponsored by Starke Rotaryat 1988 recipients, Anora Hampton,
looking forward to a large waters, Tammy Holland, Tangalia the opening of the Bradford County Felicia Davis, March Patricia Sear-
/W1101MntM.sMOr.111c, MOW TWIN!on rut "AOR Nn611T/C/ iiomti**o,jA.SO_ITI Freshman class in the Fall with the Bass and Gene Murphy Fain In addition to these Rotary ey and 1987 graduate Yolanda
nucleus coming from scholarship Scholarships a Bradford County LaVette Walker.Presentations were
;,1C... /lm PLl.SI winners from the 1988 graduatingclass Brown announced the award of husband and wife, who wish to re- made by Mary McCloud, Chairperson -
111 oiy( of Bradford High School. Henry H. Beck Scholarships to main anonymous, have establishedtwo of the Committee.The .
em I ii ._a Highlighting the BHS Senior Charles C. Hamilton and Erika additional scholarships ad- Committee
p. 1 ,.... Awards program on June: was the Banks. ministered by the Starke, Rotary was Minority established Recruiting in October, 1986-
presentation of the prestigious For- John Miller, President of the Club.
to recruit
dyce Scholarship to Jody L. Brown Starke Rotary Club presented two Guy Andrews personally students potentially Santa deserving Com-
to Fe
and the Board of Trustees Academicirvhirm year Rotary Scholarships of$660 annually presented ten scholarships under the minority '
c.4T'I given to th*top ten twr- to Michael Elder and Jamie' Guy and Elizabeth Andrews, munity College,,

Now'that U-CAP United Citizens Against Pollution), joined by
Bradford and Union County Commissioners, have won the right for
an Administrative Hearing In their suit against DER (The State Mobile Home Park Owner Fights To Get Water Serviceby I
Department of Environmental Regulation), a large amount of
money is needed to pay lawyers and expert witnesses to testify at the Buster Rahn cil members in grading the three ble to receive up to$300,000, in which' Villas with the remainder being
upcoming hearing. BCT Staff Writer firms on various aspects of applying'and event both bids would be the same.If spent on streets in town.
As everyone knows by'now,U-CAP is protesting the constructionof Mrs. Pauline Dishman, owner of administering the proposed the rant is less than that amount, Roumelis said the town-council
a Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility in Union County to handle CRA bid would be lower. and the
Hampton Villas, says she has been grant with CRA receiving the sets priorities spends money
approximately 100,000 tons of hazardous waste annually from all working for two years to get city highest point score in each category, Following the council's formal ac- by priority, as long as it lasts.,
parts of Florida. .water into the mobile home park. including engineering.Both ceptance of CRA'I proposal, Mullins Mayor Padgett said the first
The legal process is expensive and the Upcoming hearing and 'Tuesday, night, August 9, the Mullins and Roumelis offered "wished them luck and departed. priority Is to get water into Hampton
court suit could have an estimated cost up to$40,000. Mullins departure with street be-.
Hampton City council retained to prepare the application Following Villas, improvement
Wishing to assist with this effort,GATOR RECYCLING has set upa Clark Roumelis and Associates of gratis except for legal advertising,, Roumelis. spent the next hour lag second.
separate account solely for U-CAP to collect reclycables Including Tallahassee to apply for a grant, If their firms were selected to administer discussing the proposed grant. Roumelis suggested the council
glass, paper,aluminum,copper,and old batteries.Bring your itemsto with running water lines to Hampton the grant. Fred Fox Enter- City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth get an estimate on the cost of implementing
the Gator Recycling Trailer on U.S. 301 north of the Old Dairy Villas as a first priority.Mrs. prise bid a fiat$24,000 to administerthe said "We don't know what the grant the first priority, before
Queen building (now Bradford/Union Marine) in Starke, or TomJenkins' Dishman says she owns ape grant;. CRA bid 8 percent, will be for,streets,water or housing. naming a second. The council
in back of the 76 Station in downtown Lake Butler, or the
received. Elwood Padgett replied and established
proximately 10 acres In the mobilehome regardless of the amount Mayor agreed, formally
main office off North Main St. near K-Mart in'Gainesville, and tell park, operating .under the Based on the 1980 census, 466 that part of the grant will be utilized running water lines to Hampton
them want to donate to U-CAP.
you name of Hampton Villas,with about population Hampton could be elifti- to run water lines Into Hampton Villas as the number one priority.
will and to be
They weigh your recyclables give you a receipt turn- "
ed in to Sally Gotts at Douglas Battery in Starke; Ken Parrish or Linda 20 lots "set up, and three lots va _____ ______ ___nun___________ __ -.11-
I t water isn't available.
Klein treasurers them to the U-CAP cant, because
or bring next meeting.
Although she has sold a couple of lots
What Can Be Recycled? to friends, Mrs. Dishman plans to OPEN FORBUSINESS''SMITH
ALUMINUM CANS bring in the most cash (50 cents a pound). hold the remaining lots for rental ,
Make sure there is no iron in them. Currently,the only cans with iron property."unless a developer comesm ELECTRIC co.
are Pepsi products -.. Pepsi Or Pepper, and 7-Up. Beer and other and buys it all."
drink cans are o.k. If you crush the cans you can save lots of space. Councilman John X. Allen says
Load them into plastic trash bags ,Hampton Villas Is approximately '
NEWSPAPERS are worth 1 cent per pound.. Bundle them with 1,200 ft. from existing water lines 304 E. CALL STREET STARKE 964-4425 I Ii
1 twine, or place in shopping bags. Incidentally,one 3-ft.high stack of, located on the south side of town,,off !
''newspaper is the equivalent of one tree. CR325. < i
GLASS Is also worth one cent per pound. Remove lids and rinse, SPECIALIZING IN
r Bottles need to be separated by color brown, green, and clear:, 12 Applications... :,
Cardboard boxes make handy containers. Deborah Roumelis 'representing
I OLD BATTERIES are hazardous waste then put in a landfill.Theyare Clark Roumelis and AssociatesCRA New Construction e Residential/Commercial
worth 50 cents each if donated to U-CAP. ( ) and John Mullins, representing "
COPPER of all kinds is a welcome donation. Insulation should be, Fred Fox Enterprises, attended, -:
stripped from all old wires, the council meeting to present their,
Although your little pile of trash may seem like not very much lie: credentials of their firms and Electrical Work Overhead Fans ,
everyone I little piles can create mountains. Wouldn't It be great if'' leek the job of applying for and ad- ,
we could keep our counties safe for ourselves and our children with a ministering a Community Develope-
,mountain of recyclable "garbage"? YOUR PARTICIPATING IS ment Block Grant (CDBG), if,
THE KEY I If you care enough to help please do. WE NEED YOU received. Lighting Fixtures of ALL Kinds i
NOW Kelly Engineering Co. of
Gainesville, Florida, submitted a 24 I'
Sally Gotts, President bid for doing the engineering workon Hoods I Sound Robbie
United Citizens the project, but was 'not HOUR Range Systems Smith
Against Pollution .
represented at the meeting.' The
firm is owned and operated by SERVICE; Owner'
Brooker native Jerome H. Kelley. Security Lights,I Security Systems
a Ms.Roumelis instructed the coun-:
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For less, than you would pay rent! \ to Must Make Be Room Sold Pre-Labor Day


Models For'89! Sale!

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964-6633 473-3028 L AGGRESSOR PREDATOR BASS BOAT: 40 hp Mariner engine. ,,

'964on, 43M039 or, :M/G Trailer -Battery, Fully rigged, Custom Drive-OnTrailer,

$4995.00 '


3 BR, 1 1/2 BothGriffis ,2. 'AGGRESSOR' 155 BASS CHAMP:' 4O '

OPEN'; Construction Co. hp engineCustom Drive-On Trailer
MOn. Frl. 8 a.m.til 5 p.m, -
Saturday a.m.Ill Noon Highway 301 South '. Starke MotorGuide Troller. Batteries Hummingbird.
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Rigged $5695.QO BLOWOUT SALE

THE BRADFORD UNION AREA Saturday Only ,

.VOCATIONAL I TECHNICAL I CEN1TER' '3. GGRESSOR158FISCustom LCR4O $159.95 r ::1

LCR 410. $269.95
,Drive-On Trailer 75 hp Suzuki, ,

,IS FOR ,YOU T/M, Battery, Fully Rigged, LCR 4x6- $379.95' '
Quantities Limited-
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The Center is a secondary and post-secondary Institution an Integral part of the $
,Bradford County School System available to anyone,16 years of age or older.:There 6,9 9 5.0 0 ,.

are also classes to prepare for the General Education Development (GED) Test.

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,Beat the rush'and register for classes "August 15 :;;:19 In Student ,4. AGGRESSOR 172 E/S/ :' Custom Drive-On'Trailer,115; Suzuki,. TIM,
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,Services' :Fall l' Day classes begin August.: Fall" Night. classes' .;' Batteries,Fully Rigged. $ 94:9 .00
., ; > begin;September. ;6.2' } 1 .
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f' 5. HYDRA: SPORTS X270: Custom Drive-On Trailer, 115 Suzuki, T/M

The Center operates on an open-entry and open-exit policy. Day and evening courses'' Batteries, Fully Rigged. '

are available. You may' enroll at any time except for Cosmetology. and Commercial, $ 9 9 9 5.00
Vehicle Driving.
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The Following Courses are Available at the Center:

ROADCA Tauto
DAY COURSES ,EVENING COURSES -

Adult Basle Education .
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Intantry Replacement Training of partially wooded 'land will include ..
a ,Center. a picnic area, parking facili- :
The camp was also \the site of a ties, a hardstand exhibit area for
large military hospital, and two fa- largo W.W. II weapons and vehicles
cilities for holding German prison- associated with the war a memorial
crs-of-war. Following the ;war. grove with! monuments dedicated to "
Camp Blanding was reverted to its the men and units ofthe! Florida ,'>, '
original role as a training center for National Guard in memory of !their :
The Florida National Guard, a World 'war II service and large
function it performs today. garden and park area set aside to include -
The new facility will be called the monuments dedicated to any* t.t .
Camp, Blanding Museum and and all units and even individualswho
Memorial Park of!the Second World trained at the Camp for the ,
War and is being developed on land War years of 1940 1945. The entire .
immediately, adjacent to the facility will be open to the t pr. -

installation's main gate. public, : .
The site containsTa two-story The museum and historical
former guest house constructed dur- .collection and monuments associ-
ing the war.The surrounding acres
See Page 148

Restoration Job Begins.., ,
ThU World War II vintage'half.track" .Is being restored by Anthony Itayne ,
of Lake City at left, and Jim Alexander/at right of Madison for the WWII
Memorial and Museum planned for Camp Blanding. _
The project bas been given the go-ahead by Florida National Guard irff kJaU
and the March ..on for relic and other equipment used In the war yean.
a Project Director Rodney Hall cay he also. wants a WWn..lrplane.and heMoean't
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From left to right on the front rows Mildred Hitchcock: ,Instructor: ,Sharooj
Balk,Sandra Baron,IDLy Dark,Kathy Davey...Fred GUno. .
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'An ever increasing number of do. against AIDS.Real 0
,Worth ,'Jptil1g 'local students are completing theirA. Don't believe it. '
.A.degree here at the local Branchof Each of us has special abilities Students
Santa Fe. and talents that can help slow the Estate ClassAt tOY. I
For more information,'please call course of this disease and ease the SFCC Starke Center, Levi's $13 99 J &12 99
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There is still time to register for To Stop AIDS MythThe myth of powerlessness. None of us the Semester SFCC Starke The four Center credit in the Fall STUMP'SDepartment ,
Fall 1988-classes at the Santa Fe can afford to look the other way. which course
Bradford County Public prepares students for the
Hundreds of have
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Community College
the renovated historic courthouse on Library or bookmobile has a free, their talents and resourcesto state real estate licensing exam,will
of a book which will the meet on Tuesday evenings from
,West Call Street.Classes'begin. copy stop produce a remarkable book about Store
'next monday' ,. (I'AIDSmyth. ,AIDS. It is offered with'love' and August 22 to December 13. The cost ,! ,
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Is unstoppable plague/: destined to con- millions of Americans whose energy .Stunts $20 registration fee.
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The Bradford Office of State Attorney Dennis Michael Larsen arrested '1983 placed on five years probation. David Earl Banks arrested April 'Wayne Rhoden arrested April 26 Jan. 30 for
of
possession cocaine
Eugene Whitworth received May 24 for manufacturing cannabis; 364 day in Jacksonville probationand 22 for possession controlled for grand theft; transferred to defendant pled to other charges. ;'
56 new Individuals casks and/or case transferred to misdemeanor restitution center: arrested substance;' insufficient evidence as misdemeanor division.
:'. felony, defendant for prosecution, ,division. Sept, 19WJ for VOP; probation to this defendant. Gordon David Hathcox arrested for Roosevelt Martin arrested May 26
during the month of July, according Jean Vera Rodgers arrested May modified\ : arrested April, 1988 for' Christopher J. ,Wynn'arrested June 4 for possession of sawed-off carrying evidence concealed as to firearm this defen-; Insufficient .
to Investigator Wiley Clark. 4 for aggravated assaults victim VOP; admits VOP, continued on Sept. 18, 1985 for issuing worthless shotgun possession of altered ,
None of the cases were prison ,does not wish to prosecute. probation, ordered to pay all restitu- check (Stump's $5019); pled guilty, firearm transferred to misdemanor dent.Walter Wayne Rhoden arrested
related. Marshall Eaves arrested April 4 tlon. placed on five years probation division. June 23 for
aggravated assault
Information was filed on 37 prior for aggravated assault on law en- Nathaniel Thompson, ,Jr. arrested make restitution: 'arrested June Tony Baxter charged with possession criminal mischief transferred to,
cases and the office declined to prosecute forcement; transferred to misdemeanor -, April 24, 1987 for possession and 1987 for violation of probationVOP of ''controlled substance, misdemeanor division.;
11 cases Fifteen cases were division. delivery of controlled substance pled ( ); pled guilty VOP,; placed on delivery of controlled substance; Donna Dixon Asher Crews ar-
dismissed. There were three Jury Kenneth Levon Aycox arrested guilty, placed on five years probation community control for two years: unable to locate essential witness. rested Feb. 18 for uttering a. forged
trials. May 13 for accessory after the fact; one year Bradford County charged March 21 with violation of Joanna Cain charged with grand document restitution made.
No judicial action was taken on six insufficient evidence as to' this Jail: March arrested VOP; pled no community control; pled no contest, thefts transferred to misdemeanor. Martha ; Wyndham Sumner
,cases and one contest, placed on community con- sentenced ar-
violation of probationwas defendant. to twelve months concur division
: filed. Fourteen pleas of guilty Robert Earl Powell arrested Jan. trol for 24 months: arrested May for rent with time now serving. James Clayton Watson arrested rested cannabis May; completed 26, 1987 for possession in of'
pretrial
were accepted. Three 23 for murder order defendant violation of community control admits arrested for Issu- March 30
pretrial interventions ;; finding -< Wynn Sept, 1985 foraggravated battery; pled tervention '
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program. ,
..,.. (PrO were completed. not guilty by reason of insanity, to allegations, sentenced to 18, ing worthless check (TG&Y $67.12)); no contest, placed on probationone Yvonne McDuffie arrested April
Forty-nine misdemeanor cases order of committment of defendant. .months DOC. pled guilty placed on five years probation year fined $150,, restitution to 12 for aggravated assault, retail
were filed and ten prior cases were Anthony Dewayne French charged Mark Hersey arrested Jan. 22 for make restitution: arrested victim. ,theft pled guilty, placed, on two
dismissed by the office In July, said with burglary; transferred to burglary, grand theft firearm June, 1987 for VOP; pled guilty,probation Henry Edward Wilkes arrested years probation.
"i, Clark. The office declined to prosecute misdemeanor divison. possession of controlled substance, revoked placed on communi April 27, 1987 for burglary while Karogers Randall arrested March
'" ; 18 cases. There were three Jimmie Tyson arrested May 20 for possession of firearm by convicted ty control: VOP filed March 21; pledno armed, grand theft; pled guilty, 18 for possession of cocaine, possession
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,'., ." nonjury trials and SO guilty pleas principal in 1st degree (possession felon, possession of-drug paraphernalia contest, sentenced to 12 months. sentenced to three years DOC, court of cannabis, possession of drug
.,; were accepted. 'sale, ,delivery of cocaine); insufficient ; pled guilty, placed on community Lafayette Nathaniel Chandler arrested recommends youthful offender program paraphernalia; pled no contest,
Twelve petitions were filed In evidence as to this defendant. control. Oct. 6 for aggravated battery placed on one probation.
year
juvenile court. The state attorney Marvin Ollie Smith arrested Lisa Marie Lutz arrested March 31 kidnapping; victim does not wish to Frank Pendarvis charged wtih ag- Brewton Imogene Sewell arrested
i.h.:, ;'" dismissed three juvenile petitions August, 1987 for aggravated bat for manufacturing cannabis; prosecute. gravated assault; transferred to March 3 for aggravated battery; pled
," and nine pleas of' guilty were ac- tery; pled no contest, sentenced to 30 transferred to misdemeanor divi- Joseph Montgomery arrested Feb.. misdemeanor division as trespass of no contest, 18 months restitution:
., cepted. months Department of Corrections, sion. 21 for aggravated assault; victim occupied structure reckless display $359.49 restitution.
'. ,( ." ,\ The following cases received final make restitution. 'James Wilson Bentley arrested does not wish to prosecute. Gary Duane Rabon arrested June Kenneth Martin arrested Sept. 2
", disposition during the month of July. Inmate Ronnie.Giallard arrestedFeb. Feb. 19 for aggravated assault; victim Steve DeSue arrested April 28 for 4 for manufacturing cannabis less for aggravated battery; pled no con
),. '\.y. 5 battery of law enforcement does not wish to prosecute. battery of law enforcement officer, than 20 grams, transferred to test, sentenced to four years DOC
Dennis Howard Weis arrested officer; insufficient evidence as to Ike Pernell Dell arrested April 1 threats against a public servant;, misdemeanor division. followed by four years probation,
I'::: .':I' April 30 for aggravated battery; this defendant. for petit theft, dealing in stolen pro- case lacks prosecutive merit. Steve Rankin arrested Feb. 20 for .restitution to be determined.
""I, case dismissed lacks prosecutrve Michael Anthony Davis charged perty; transferred to misdemeanor Merrell Emmitt Gladden arrested aggravated assault; transferred to Kary Frederick Padgett arrested
:,. ,' merit. with petit theft, forgery uttering division. March 29 for aggravated battery; misdemeanor,division, as improper March 17 for possession of cocaine;
,:./' '" Frank King arrested May 4 for forgery; restitution made, case closed Dennis Parrish, Jr.; arrested Oct. victim does not wish to prosecute. exhibition of a weapon. pled no contest one year probation.
I' '," :, I," possession of controlled substance;} 16, '986 for burglary, grand theft; Deborah Fay Green arrested May' Betty Covington arrested May 4 Charles Edward Lee arrested
.. :;.''/, insufficient evidence as to this Yolanda Smith arrested May 9 for lacks prosecutive merit. 7 for battery of law enforcement officer for possession and sale of cocaine; March 11 for forgery, uttering forg-
;.;1.1'' ; ', ,i," "F' defendant. grand theft; facts'do not constitute a, David S. Gray arrested March 29' resisting arrest with violence;, insufficient evidence' as to this ed document;; pled guilty placed on
\ "" Tommy Brown arrested May I 23 ,criminal offense. for aggravated assault; transferredto transferred to misdemeanor divi- defendant. two, years probation restitution
) ,,;, ',': :" for burglary; transferred to misdemeanor Dean, Moss arrested' August 23, misdemeanor division. sion. William David Marchant arrested $100
. 1 I( ;h' (Jg division. ,1982 for burglary,grand theft; April,
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JAMES

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'" ,'", Chain Link, Wood &, Farm Fence WATSON

Keystone Heights 100() West '
'School Board, Member.

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Starke'Man Steven; Franklin Alvarez'was unrelated incidents have been to Patrolman M.". ,,T. Short: ''The After
the house : after
inspecting a ham he found In of
was possession
charged with, disorderly intoxication recovered by the Bradford County juvenile said the .
Faces Multiple ,victim owed him '
mer was found in the area where the items taken from the detail shop in-,
resisting an officer with Sheriff's Department. Arrests have $100 for watching out for the police 'suspect had said he had been. It side the building. He also, had
Burglary ChargesA violence and battery upon a law en.forcement been made in all,but''one of the during her drug deals. appeared a
someone had been trying to 'crack pipe i in his possession at the
thefts. ,
'oWeer, according Investigator .
20-year-old Starke man has been to Honda's Charges were filed against the tear out the copper plumbing,, !said time and was charged for that also, .
David Aderholt and (Two were taken from the juvenile who
charged with 11 vehicle burglariesand was released to the McClain.I "
according to Lt.John Hodges.Addi-
Deputy Gene Lee. Alvarez was property of Fred Pendarvis In' of his
two grand theft charges with custody mother. was
Tyson charged with
burglary tional of
charges burglary, grand
threatening, cursing, yelling and Lawtey three-wheeler and a four
property and cash loss exceeding and
possession of burglary tools theft were placed by Investigator
waving a rifle around when deputies wheeler. Those vehicles were
$4,000 well as extensive Melrose Man said
as release
property Faces McClain. He
recovered outside was David Aderholt.Tyson was chargedwith
arrived. He, grabbed and 'started Lawtey and a
damage.Paul Andrew ,McCloud 'choking one of the deputies before he juvenile and John Rosier were arrested Cocaine ChargesFederal August 11, on his own recognizance. theft of property belonging to
was arrested for the thefts. Rosier Tyson was arrested July 24 for George Holiday,He was released on
could be restrained. Bond was set at was '
August into 13 vehicle after he at was Bradford seen'breaking $1,000, he was later released on his charged with grand theft with bond man agents arrested a Melrose 'hrIFlllrv'! of Terwillegar/: Motors his own recognizance July 27.
a on drug charges August 10.
set at$1,000, he was released his .
on
own recognizance. Robert' I
Square, according to Investigator own recognizance 'Stevie' Bryan, 37, was
Michael McClain. His arrest\ solveda 'John according, to Lt. arrested in Gainesville and charged
series of occurred Man Arrested Dempsey. with five counts of V
which
burglaries A four-wheeler taken from distribution of cocaine V
since July'10, said McClain. For Theft CR-230 Maloy according to Assistant U. S. DEWAYNE
property on recoveredand
was
Attorney Alan
Witnesses watched McCloud enter Sprowls.
the A Starke arrested at two juveniles have been charged Bryan was taken to Alachua o
parked vehicle after breaking a man was with the theft. Count- o
rear window, he then rode off on his' TG&Y for retail theft and his companion A four-wheeler to ty Jail where he remains in custody. ?
belonging
bike but was later apprehended,said was charged with possession of Jackson Leroy Magistrate.Wade Hampton granteda ELDER
on Forsyth Road found
McClain. Damage to the vehicle drug paraphernalia. off of was ,( motion at his detention hearing to T ,
Ming Dairy Road in ditch.
Edwin found a A detain Bryan until his trial.The trial T
and
'(door window was$800. He was Cooper Haywood was resident of the said
charged with burglary of'a conveyance with several store items in his pants left it there about area someone date will be set at his arraignment.
criminal mischief and' August I5 and was charged with the and he called the 2:30:; a.m.Saturday Bryan's arrest resulted from the Clerk of Court
sheriff's
office. No 'E
possession'' of drug paraphernalia, theft, according to Patrolman Gor arrest has been made in that theft. ongoing Investigation of drug activity -. 'I E,
in Bradford
said Patrolman Danny Thrift don.Smith. Haywood's companion, to County,according to
McCloud confessed to burglariesat ,Vera Jordan Rogers, was approached Rhoden.according Deputy" Harvey Florida Department of Law En
the Chicken Factory, Sunshine by Investigator Michael McClain'as forcement and Federal Bureau of Investigation Broad
The ATVs were abandoned after Responsibilities i
Motel Stumps. Econo Lodge, Best she attempted to leave the area.' they were damaged by the i
Western: and others said McClain. Rogers.threw 'a crack pipe and suspects. Police Again"Charge
He remains in custody under a$4,000 ) pill bottle on the ground in
bond. front of the officer and was charged, Juvenile Charged Tyson : t.

13 additional charges'; have been said McClain. Due to the over. With Motel Burglary Starke police arrested I
filed; against McCloud with the stale crowding'' at the jail Rogers' was Robert Rickie
'An Tyson for the
alleged "lookout' for a drug third time HIrOMTA\Y
released and ordered to appear at an n rye or THC
appointed court time. dealer was charged with burglary since July 24, covsn OFFICIAL f IH released his Monday after he took money from a. Tyson was found in a vacant house .' I
Haywood was on own
Domestic Dispute next 'S
motel room. to Starke Bowling Lanes on .
recognizance afterbond set'at
Gets' Man ArrestedA $1,000. was A 16-year-old male juvenile was US-301 north where he said he was \ S "
charged with burglary August 15 looking for scrap copper, according .: (
28-year-old Bradford County ,County Recovers after he admitted to taking .money to Investigator Michael l McCla n. t'.
man. way arrested August 14 after Four Stolen ATVs from a motel room Sunday. '. .
deputies were called to a domestic The juvenile confessed to asking TRLLLTLR 'RISE (
dispute on SE 15th St.off SR-100 west Three four-wheelers and one three for the key to the room and taking E-Z COUNTY ,a t ClCG' COl"S" !R/RDCe
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'* CARS, TRUCKS VANS HOMES ANIMALS & PETS ,COMMERCIAL PROPERTY \' w '. PHONE; 964.7 176 m

CHIVY V4 TON 44 PARTS front and FOR SALE FOR SALE RENT/LEASE/SALE ,
205 ,N, T.mjll.' Stbr'.l
rear axles, $transfer, transmission. 4l. RI !5dir.
etc 9645812. TFce COUNTRY LIVING Easy access to Jax SHETLAND PONY 2 WILD MUSTANGS 4 COP LIQUOR LICENSE) Bradford County .
/iJ2rITO> $. ". AT-' AC Immaculate brick 2 BR, 2 both, LR, broken 3 yrs, old. horo* and all tack. lor sale Good for any retail liquor' Cecelia Te yIIIeclar
"" ". runt I good 1974 'don/dlnlng combination. 2 Hugo pore Price negotiable. Call Cindy 964-3410 business, I."? package store, lounge,
FORD PICKUP; long whoalbose. $800,. cho*. FP. 2400 *.f., 2 car garogo; before noon or after 7 p.m, 4tchg restaurant, bar, motel fraternal OUT Of TOWN, BUT SO CONVENIENT Hwy.,U Wet. Energy efficient,
body good, runt but mod now motor saporato bldg. for office or buslnos, 8/1B-9/8 ,lodge No food sale required. Broker 1548 *.(., 3 BR, 2 bo, Mod EL stucco Kenmere range t rWrig. J ton hurt
7823327. 2tchg 8/11.18 616 ..f.: 5 aero cleared and land- FREE PUPPIES! Doberman/Bulldog pup, protected 'Call George 813.786-4222.
I pump,.carpet, fireplace, above-ground pool, built 19(1, located en 1.09
1983 FORD LTD WAGON air, axc. cond., capod.. $125,000 by ownor 7823590. 64-7376. Itpd 8/18 pd S/2S acres vtllltY bill average $110 1 per month $42.009.
$2,500.964.507. ;3tpdd 8/11-23 2tchg 8/11.18 FREE PUPPIES! 964-6614, Itpd 8/18 FOR RENT Office pace or retail; solesoroa.
"a FAIRMONTi Ford cylinder, PS, PB, TWO BEDROOM HOME needs repair. PART COLLIE ft HUSKY mole, cream color Downtown Starke. $300
per: LIKE FARMING? 20.70 located
acre* on NW 29th Aye. 4 BR, 2 Ba, stucco t
AC low mileage, $1600. 1980 FORD Low down to qualified buyof Wood to, with blue eye, 'Will not bite, month. Call 964-6305, John. TF frame, IS17 i.f., skylight CHtA, tractor nogo.TMs handsome farm I I. prlced -
LTD: 302 angina, good miKhanlcal, .*tobllh monthly Incomo. $12,0000. 964-4993. Itchg 8/18 WAREHOUSE. OR INDUSTRIAL SPACE, 3 te sll at $79.400,
$1100; 1975 MERCURY MARQUIS: all 904-372-6881. Btpd 8/11.9/29 TWO TOGGIN NUBEAN BILLY GOATS) unlit loft 3.000.q ft to 9,,000 sq ft or will
power, A<;, good transportation now TWO BEDROOM framo homo, 1 both Bauott hound for sole; .alto free pup- .build to suit. Office, restroomt excellent .
tire needs $18.500nogotlabio. <: pie. 782.3202. It 618BOATS BETHEL CHURCH ROAD. BR/1B Concrete Blocky weed floors, US ..f..
now battery now tarter and rapalr 3/4 aero In city. business oddness In Now Industrial -
new roof, .'situated.. 5 acre.. $40.000
alternator $650. NEW 24x4 ABOVEGROUND 964-5317.,2tpd, 8/18-25 Park city water S sewer, paved .
POOL: 15 Yfa. llnor warranty THREE IEDROOM;2 bath, 1 tory block street Tax advantage, Enterprise
hoovy duty motor and big filter *y, houo 333 N. Walnut St, $55.000 Zono. Ownor financing available. G.K, OWNER ANXIOUSI Caneriy Estate. 1 BR/2B, ten* fireplace 1800 a ft.
complete, all attachment, $900. Day' owner will finance. 964-7347,964-4534. Ely, 473-3302or964-5294.8/43tpd8/18 above ground pool *e,y financing, cell for .....11. i reduced. to $82.000
496-1307 or .nights "496-2680 4tchg Itchg 8/18 15 FT, RENKEN/SS ChryiUr Model\ 1974 FOR LEASE 1250 sq ft. 301 South across
8/11-9/4 1983 MOBILE HOMES; like now, 'Vl aero, with 16 f'. Gator hvy. dty trailer. Run from now KOA/Walmart-Also 2000 sq

1974 DELTA 88: 4 dr Melon Oldimoblla., metal garage, 2 porches, furnished good, $875., Call Robert, 48S-IS78 afterS ft far. lease Call 964.8848, 964 8447,,orovoning lake Vi HOMISKINGSLEV
$600. 9647235. 2tchg 8/11.18 near Starko, 301 South! $22,900. p.m. 2tpd 8/18.25 ,. 473.3627, 8/4TF' LAKE) 90' on 3/1 homo, 2/1 MH
IS IT TRUI you can buy .leaps'for $44 964.3108.2tpd 8/18-25 1972 STUMPKNO BOATi 12'9"long; with, CRYSTAL LAKE furnished! log cabin 98 ft. on water, IBR/IBa.:
through tho U.S. Gov..rnmGnt.G1tt the THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for solo to bo, IS hp Johnson Motor and Highlander MOTORCYCLESMUST CROSBY LAKE cedar and stone, lakowood.S/D. $105,000
fact today! Call 1-312-742-1142. oxt moved to your lot. Call Thomas Houses Trailor. Call 964-7807 alter 5 p.m. Itpd GRAHAM 3/2. 2.78 Ac., I930,!., CHIA $ 85,000 |
609. 4tehg 8/11.9/1 Movor Itpd 818REAL 8/18 SO CHIC.SO CHEAP! newly remodeled 3BR, .IBa freshly
ItM THUNDERBIRDt now transmission. V-HULt BOAT '16 ft.. no trailer, 40 hp SELL m. HARLEY.DAVIDSON I, painted j. new carpet, 628 Pinewood St.. $ 27.900 I
now paint look ft runs liko now, ESTATE, Evlnrudo, need to be rebuilt Make of. Sportster 1200cc. $1000 and take overpayments 407 CENTER STREET! Two apartment $ 25,000
$2,000 OBO. Call 964-4510 qftof 5 p.m., OUT OF AREA for Call Jimmy 964-4912 or 964.6223, or $6000 cash 7823209. 401 CENTER STREET. $ 10.000
3tchg 8/18-9/1 ,2tchg 8/18.25 2tchg 8/18.25 RD.230Et tory, CB C frame, 3/1 $ 45,000

1V74 COMET run good power steering. OCALA NATIONAL I FOREST(' Wooded' PERSONALSA 1205 BlANDING ST CB 3/1 3/4 boo CH4A. 3/4 aero $ 45,000
power brakes, AC $500,73.3855 otter' lot, river access, $5450 Each No WANTED LAKE BUTLER: Brick veneer 3/1'6 bo. CHftA $ 46,000 I
1;, 6 p.m. Itchg 8/18 money down $65.4V monthly. Owner SMALL FARM: 3.83 Acre,frame 3/1, 1532 *.f, $ 36.000 I
'. j 1979 BRONCO .....( old body .tyl<>>. .s.. J-236-4579 or 1.622.2..38. 1/7TP WANTED:' PROPERTY ''RENO AREA WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE. 315 N. MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 ba .$ 45,000

I collont condition 3600. 964-6174 20 ACRES In hill of Tennoisqo; Only, Please write P. O, Drawer 280, Starke, Europoon, Scandinavian High'School HWY. 225 2/1 frame, 3 toll barn newly rewired $ 35,500 |
i( after 5. It 8/18 $390 per aero, 10% down. Call after 7 Flo. 32091. 4/7TF. exchange students arriving in August. CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club, 3000 '.'..'on 2 lot
'JI: 1982 DELTA 88 Oldsmobile $3000. 1976 p.m., ((615)) 722-3812 or 722.5607. fcan WANTED! BOWLERS TO JOIN FALL Become a host family for American In. GOOD LOOKING now brick duplex, 215 Bradford Dr, $ 38,000 I
\ /, FORD 4x4 F150 $ISOO; Call 782-3191 or 17 UNIT MOTEL with pool 60 soot LEAGUES I If* fun, rewarding, and In- torculturol Student Exchange. Cali1.800SIBLING. 201 ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR, 1 Ba reduced! $2.000 $ 23.750
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.. ," 782-3326 anytlmo. Itpd 8/18 restaurant nowly remodeled andready .axponilvot' Phone 964-3173. ,Nowl fcan 112S NEILCOURTi BR, 1 Ba. carport owner financing: $ 36,000
MAKE ME AN Of FER CASH OR TRADE 11 to open, only $220,000 with 4tchg 8/18-9/8 LOSERS WANTEDI I To try new, 'doctorracommended KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR. 1 Bo, 15OO ....,wood frame $ 50,000
( 1982 HONDA Gl 1100 Gold Wing now financing. Call after '7 p.m.., ((615).). CASH PAID FOR AMERICAN TOOLS I revolutionary FAT BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oak S/D. extra lot' S 44.000
battery;tire ft brakes, nice bike stood 7223812. fcanGATLINBURG power: or mechanic,. complete sets; REDUCING WAFER. lose 10.30 pound MENG DAIRY,R9AD: 2.25 acre,3/1 CB CHSA *o near, $ 40.000 |
,over $1200 coin. '1972 SCHOOL BUS SUMMIT 15V.\'discount largo or small, also tool boxos. this month GUARANTEED. No diet axorclo '
some damage good for storage or f loa>> during Aug. 22-Sopt. t,. Prlvolo ,Pre-1970 cars. Phone 9648175 or or drugs.; CALL 'SANDY TODAY';. ....LOTS 6 ACREAGE.:.....;
,market.Trade? $70O. 177 FORD F-150 balcony;, clubhouse with Indoor pool' 473-7473 3tchg 818.91' 303 237.778. Icon HWY. 325 10 acre )join Alochua County line $ 25,500
nood* motor, but have ono, has robullt and jocuzxii. Weekend specials: noel" WANTED USED 4-HORSE TRAILER:'1 In' HOW TO WIN AT THE RACETRACK I NoW, CONERLV ESTATES: Lot 10 $ 10,000
C-5 transmission' Trade? $600. 1978 brochu,". 1.110O-2..2..853. good condition..782-3731. Itpd 8/18 amazing professional winning MICHIGAN STREET: 2 Acre Inside; .city'' $ 10.000 [
MG MIDGET, run* good but needs N. CAROLINA) Scenic mountain cabin for BUY OR SELL: Old house or building In discovery revealed, Free detail Write BROWNLEE RD.t 36.43 aero, owner financed, great location $ 82.332RD. I
motor robullt. $500. It77 DODGE OM- :ront on river, cool comfortable, convo' your way? We will buy and move off today. Professional System Box 100 EAST 1.37 aero, wooded and plotted '' S 7.000 I
NI, don't know about this one but wa niont, hiking, fishing' swimming,: your' property. Call Thomas HoutaMovor 3442 M, Van Nuys, Co 91407, fcart LAWTEYi acres, 105th Ava., good Investment $ 15.000 I
running. Trod? $300. Call 964-4233 or. games on property. Many attractions *. 752.5825. 8/18 4tpd 9/8 ,BAD CREDIT NO CREDIT No problem. RD. 100 Ei. 12 acre plus fish pond wide open Spaces ,'" $26,000
,.473-7473.2tchg 8/18-25 close byt Augu t-Dacamborj BUY' ft SELL :Wes buy old. run-down Complete credit book tells how to' PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acre, 3 wells.2 polo $ 50.000
3059434582. Icon rotoro credit Get Loan Exportsocrot : LAKE cleared 100' $ 19.800
CROSBY LOT water
house "handyman .p>Xlol. Call : on
) FLORIDA'S GULF COAST T & 2 BR condo' Thomas House Movers 752.5825. 8/18 *: Free, Information,' 'Box ,628' WINDING TREE LAKE: lot 246, Fla. Frontier $ 15.000 |
>., "" "i'Y'''''.7-e".,to';;: for rent by the week;' on beautiful' Anno '4tpd 9/8" Mansoy;: NY 10952. Icon, ERCIAI..
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,, ;.o 'i't"'f: : ; Maria Island. Tennis court, shuffleboard LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acre, 301 $.. Reduced to $85.000 |
saunas, largo
f" '' : swimming LOCATION/ LOCATION I This prima comm..rclallocGllon 507 W. Madison SI.,,
0'1,00'0'O'i"'i pool, exercise room and beach
fY: ;:: access i. MATHEWS dlroclly across from WlnnDlxio could bo convened to your need
Friendly family atmosphere, Call, ( .REAL'TYH
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,, ? ReadersK1 :J 813-778-0000 or 813-778-3252, Runaway [ RD. 16 WEST: Four duplexes $130.000 ]
.\,' .'v 'S Bay 1801 Gulf Drive North,", Bradonton hEMarA( [ 964-4469 :SUPER COMMERCIALI! Groat two tory building corner Coll 6 Walnut St.,
,0' Beach Fl. 34217. fcon REALTOR ,3198 ..1(., clean excellent condition. live upttalr have
;'*; Call&S96'4T63O&,'" WhenscIIntt, rail .pulale why nettle for telling the whole town, v>hen you can tell it* whole world? business downitalr Best location Enterprise Zone Benefit

.., ; LOSTFOUNDLOST Listing Agent for Acquired ropertles -.Area I& it .3.34 ACRES-301 South 190' on 301, 94' zoned! commercial 96' zoned
; \ homo 6 CB had $ 62.0001
: Open Surol. small BR inglowlde bldg., utility
,.. ,>;;;0.", ..., >> "" '.. '. ,.DOG small mole silver cocker LAND WALDOl 200x400 fenced, zoned B." $30.0001

._ ,. ""' r spaniel, answers to Cubby 964.2214.Jloward. MOBILE HOMEI. *QJ S 201 N. wooded.... .,8 50 ac. w/wolt,.. .... LAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer park _. *,. $ 55.000
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Wv>" "".'1,. ) 1915 H.52x26. 9 BR. 2 B8, j.ypc ,.:. .. *- +w '30I"'SOU'IJ'III93' ft. 30 frontage -.fcj -- S 85,0001
'" ..cow "" Itp/ 8",,, ,s., <4!.CHSA V oaVntat Bedford Lk. _lovrteyi' .20 i acres with_ssw.600. ft.. .'Hwy. THOMPSON STt 1,362 *.(., brick EntprIMZona, Benefit S 80OOO I
t"," I -" I I "1983 Fleetwood $2x24, 3 BR, 2 Ba, 125 Irontago 301 Ni 1.5 acre. MH hook-up, 2 bldg.. 240'on 301, great value S 37.0001

Inc: CHSA, front/roar patio, dbl. car *CR 125: 35 acrot cleared pasture.garage 301 NORTH: by EconoLodge 165.01'on 301 $120.0001

Jordan Agency, Hlghrldgo Estates, KeytonoWf oCR 125 15, acre. ., farmhouse .S 4 301 NORTH. :,approximately ISOx o p'ox. 220' $125.000]

:;manyextras, chicken houses. "
June Norman Andy Jordan 964-5237: HOMES -SR 100 W: 13 aero $2300 per acre,'' After Hour
FmHAi Sovoral nicO 3 BR. 1 % Ba
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frontage on sides hwy Anne Terwlllegor Nelson '473-7541
S23.000 to 39000. _City ono acre on Laura 51., room for
oC o II.y ,, Rdi 3BR. 2'/ B a. CHSA, several residential lot John Longford Master Appraiser 496-2291
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Mobile Home Insurance Carport, chain link lance Paulina Randolph, 964-3 T601
garage Cltyj t.38 Ac., great office, location.
yard ,City: SR 100 3.5 acre, potential. Joy Thornfon'* 964-4223..
.St. Clair St.:.2 BR,,1 Ba, CHSA, with commercial dovolopmonl'areat. -
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Starke W. Call St.: 2 BR. 1 ba, CHSA. guest HOMES t ACREAGE ,,. "
441. W. ,Madison St. homo, 3 additional building lots. Union. Cry 135 acres 2700 taJH,

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-CR 225: :3 BR. \ ba, CH&A, on \ ,,,/ ,Little"lake Santa F. 100x160 ft. (oi", v : ,

near Lowtoy*,for the outof.townor*., now septic tank, approved 'for wall.i;

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selling? Call us! | REALTOR .
Susan M, Faulkner, GRI, CRB President I
964-4522 Evenings & Weekends ./ ,Home'r .Lots '/ Acreage Waterfront:. .

STARKE, FL x# Farms / Commercial
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Faulluaer-Realty .
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LAKE PRIVILEGES 36R/2BA CB Homo, ft Rooms
Living: Dining Family ,
Located 'i Mwy. 301 .2 blks: S. of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St. *. 064-S370 I Res. 064-5669 CHSA. 1416 SF,. Drape. ft Carpet.: Well ft Septic, Largo Lot. .

Kay C. Waters IRe Bobby HlfiC* QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/IBA CB Homo;. Central Heat. AC Unit. | .
064-6941 I \ Ros. 964 77O4Lu Stove t Rein Nice Fenced Yard.'
*..." ACRES HWY 100 WEST Paved road frontage., Opal Dickcon :ilU c. Spry CORNER LOT 2BR/IBA CB Homo. Kitchen-Dining Combo, Family Room.
'*BEAUTIFUL POOL TO RELAX In with this largo homo, 3BR 2Ba, 'Include, -- &S4-7333 Kns. 964-842O 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Homo, Extra largo Living ft |
REALTOR
family room, kitchen equipped with dove. DW troth compactor, Dining Room, Family Room CHftA Enclosed Garage Well ft Septic,
'*INVESTORS OR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERSI This homo I I. Immoculoto with- s BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA, living ft Dining Room. Room for I

brand now carpeting now Interior" point lob. Include stove,.refrigerator. and' Your Full Service Re l E t t Office Private Office, Fireploco. CH1A. Largo Eat-In Kitchen Pantry. Wall ft $lp-

dlhwahor Apprnl xl for Residence Farm' Commercial Business tic. t Aero. ,
CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESi tot with loko ace"" .' GOOD LOCATION 3BR/2BA DW Mobile Home I9Q8' CHftA, 2-Inch Well
NICE BRICK HOME with assumable mortgage. Owner will alto help finance.' NEW. LEASE PURCHASE Septic 1.26 Acre<. '. "

Three bedroom with family room and Indoor utility. "A' Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 acre, Gorgeous 3 BR, GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION .Two-Story CB Business' ( Horn;' w/lrvlng |
*OVER 2000 SQUARE FEET 'In this home. Well built with many extra Call for Area Upstair 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 Aero..
2BA great room w/fireplace, extra large double garage,, .
Doubl"wck'Llk.. I IwFlreploco
private howlng LAWTEY AREA ,r\ 2BR/1BA From ft 3BR/2BA Now
*LOTS AVAILABLE AT GOLFVIEWt Call today for best leloctlon. 4" well double insulated windows and more.. ,. Patio ft Carport. CH&A. largo" Workshop Well ft Septic j
'*TWO BEDROOM, 1'-' bath home on largo lot In Crystal Lake Homotlto. Immediate Occupancy.:. $2,000 down. $600 month, lease' Owner Financing/Good Term*.'6.92 Ac,...;
lake access available. S38.50O.. 'GRAND STREET 3BR/1BA From, Well t Septk,3 Acre
*THREE BEDROOM 2 bath CB. OKA t acre; priced to sell at 31.000. ,. Ltstings 3BV1BA
A Few of Our Many < POLK STREET Frame lot 50x150 ft, 9500., .
*TWO NICE 100x100 building lots In town.' LAWTEY Old Fashioned From Horn, 4BR/1BA, large living I Dining I
YEAR
.FOUR OLD Doublowldo t motivated idler
on ,
:, ocre .
AKINGSLEY LAKE AREA I BR, 1 Ba cottage, apprax t aero; $29,500.
Room, largo Porches, large lot w/Shade Trees,City Water, Septic Tank.
homo for "HU.IY' Nice ".m.... born.,.tt3 ft..In city. Only 28000.,
,*SAMPSON LAKE LOT would consider building someone troes.533.000.: .' NEW RIVER 128R/1BA SW Mobile Homo In Excellent Condition. Wall ft Sop-
hat 301 SOUTH! Over 1000 ft. In MH on 2.43 aero.4" well fruit I .
steel 30x50 some equipment
building
120x125 LOT with versatile pro-fob
9.5 Acre S26.OOO. Land Only 22000.
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HUNTERS PARADISE .2 Homo, 60 aero, improved posture C wood.. Door
previously used a* auto garage. ARE YOU A GOOD CARPENTER Buy ft Repair this Two-Story 3BR/2BA |
t. *CROSBY LAKE. excluilve area, 1 acre. galore Block Framo Home large Living ft Dining Room w/Flraplac Largo Lot.
,*HEALTH FOOD USED CLOTHING STORE' LAWTEYi close to schohi.3; BR, 1 IVi Ba city water. |
BEAUTIFUL 2Vt ACRES with 3BR 2 Ba 14x70 MH with nice decks. LAKE BUTLERS city water ft sowor, big lot, nice fromo homo.. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*NICE I BR 2 both CB house with workshop on 1 acre. DOWNTOWN STARKSi 2 stores, presently occupied.Ownor financing. .
*TWO SBR LEA HOMES In town;,ono $29,900 one $27,500. Call today for a LAND! W ACRES on paved rood nice property owner financing. :, 20 AC.ES., SW Mobile; Homo' w/Stove ft Rfrl,.a Wells Septic Tank, Planted! h
FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan tree, on 2 acre, paved rood. Pino
.hawlng.*B $/.. ACRE with SBR IBo CB home 100 W. Reduced to 49900. 'OWNER FINANCING low down payment 10% lntar.*t. 3/3 CB. convenient to 45 ACRES Brooker, Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Term.,
ft, $45,000 10 ACRES w Will Dlvldo. Pecan Grow Well B Septic Owner financing;
A RENTALS On BR house In town. $250 per month. shopping schools-, churches." Over 1500q. ,.
DUPLEX IN LAWTEY; One or Two BR available HAMPTON OAKS! Beautiful brick homo on '.sa acres,2300 s.f., excellent water. 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location, Hwy. 16W,''
DEERWOODt Development with deed: restrictions',ovor 1600 *.!.?"Immaculate' I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Horn.
'BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME) over 2,000 spa ft.. Crystal lako ace.*.. ... "S ACRES Hwy. 301 South
\ GREAT BUY Stark excellent neighborhood, 3/J I Vs. eat-in: kitchen. and moron ONE-HALF ACRE :: Zoned for Mobil. Horn.
Cal One of Our Professionally, WALDOl, Ncot 1400 ..f3 bedroom, CHftA 34000. LOT ON HWY.301 SOUTH Good Business location.
LOCATION. LOCATION In Starko, custom home on 5 oc,..*. LAKE GENEVA > Largo" Lot. 100 ft. Lake Frontvg.
Today..964-5069!) *"., LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson.Owner financing.
i Lease/Purchase, 2 CITY LOTS Northern Section.
Hours Call LARGE AREA OF LAND t Northeast Section of City.IF .

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I' ( StarKe: Area Ads' ] [ _. Keystone. ,Area Ads ] [Union County. Area Ads I




PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTEDNEED '
f BUSINESS RENTALSON PERSONAL SERVICES HELP,WANTED

WANT TO DRINK.THA"S SUMMER INCOME Or Full-tlma OPPORTUNITIES, LAU GENEVA Furnished 2 BR '
YOUR BUSINESS job? Call Teresa for Information.:. Soil home*w/forge, living room, d/r bath Ul SEPTIC TANKS Install .septic:' tanks.. GOOD PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD
WANT TO STOP haul fill dirt, drain fluid. Free BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.
Avon today. 964 4103. 8/4-23 targ dock overlooking lak*. Dock a
T.xtil.Scrn
OWN YOUR OWN BUSINtt$ '
THAT I 4 NEED A ,FULL or PART TIME JOB. try .. All laundry facilities, available.'473-2919. Estimates Call 964-2470 or 964-7610. Lak. Butler Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd
Alcoholics Anonymous **" > equip- 7/21 9/8
AVON I For morn Information .call supplies ./.. tfnchg Btpd. Street, Lake Butler 496-3601. tfn/chg
and needed for
.. meet
.150 or'''.2000 printingTshlrls WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME For more In- 1/21 ,
Ramona. 7823068. 8/4-25 .
4tchg LAKE GENEVA Mobil. Horn Park,
pd thru 9/29 cap., (lockets and uniforms. formation Call 4962149. Itchg. 8/18 GET .MID for reading books! $100;
CHAIN LINK GOVERNMENT JOBS $18.037 to $69,403. 473.3915.,. 4tchg /l..tI. Keystone, Partially furnished. from prtltl
FENCE Installed Freeestimates. .
'Immediate. Hiring I Your area Call $135' month. Colt 473-7566. 20tpd *. Write PASE F710, 161 S. llneolnwoy -
HANDY MAN FENCE CO.. (rafundabla) 1-518-439-3611 ,coat 7/21.12.1 REAL ESTATE N. Aurora II. 60542. 8/4
Owner Tommy Reddish. '964 8359 TF 3377 for Federal list 24 hours. 3tpd SERVICES ON LAU GENEVA mobile homo, turnlshod 4tpd. 823GOVERNMENTJOS' .
HOME REPAIR] pointing, tooling..no"d
((18.037. 69405.
B/4-18 nko 2 BR. I'/t BA furnished, THREE BEDROOM-TWO BATH BRICK
and tear off, Addition, remodeling JANITORIAL HELP WANTED for offlco 2 PRESSURE WASHING Houses. mobile dock t laundry facilities ....jIiJ..I... HOME on 3 to 10 1-3-5-10-20 Immediate Hiring I Your ara. Call
Thomas,2852' E. Lea Construction office nights par wook. $4.50 por hr. Apply In homos. pools, docks, .Id 964 homo two
LAWN SERVICE lor 431-1675.tosldantlal 7/7TF and commercial parson. Talograph 135 W. Call St. TF Call Rob' 473-3390. a/.. ON LAKE GENEVA -, homo, newly bedroom 2 bath doublewlde on one or ,F3339D for Federal List, 34 hr.. 8/18

', landscaping trio removal PART-TIME COOKS a WAITRESSES tfnchg decorated 2 BR,.1 BA, enclosed front ,more acres. Call .496-3939 days 3tpd. 9/1
maturo people pl
.lawn. Free vacuitmod....lIma''No.... 964 lob.4238 too .big 2/4TF ormoll. no phono colls. Pizza Hut, Starko. Itchg away ,and replace. Quality work, _lIobl.. Stove t refrigerator furnish MOBILE HOMES
8/11.18 Roasonabla rat...Call Koltft 473-07M. .d. 473-2919. ./... tfnchg
WE DO BULLDOZER WORK' 450 John .. BOOKKEE..ERt.omo 8/4 FOR SALE FOR SALE
PART-TIME SECRET .Y/ tfnchg KEYSTONE CENTER 500 sq..' ft. office or
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Dooro. (40 poor hour' Call" anytlmo. flexibility In hours. Call Susan al SEWING MACHINES CLEANED, oiled and shop $220 .per month.73.961. 8/"

SEWING 782.3306.MACHINES 4/7TFchg, All makes and Faulkner. Realty |'nC.. 964 5069 or send ,adjust tvnslan In your honvt. Work Ifnchg PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty SID'S MOBILE HOME .PARK See Bonnla.:
resume, to ERA Faulknor Realty Inc., $14.95. Repair all brands, KEYSTONE CENTER '
executive pecan 'to take on mall monthlypaym..t. Low down-balonc like rent-owner
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and and adjusted
model cloanod oiled -
221 W. St. Storko, Fl 32091. .....
$15.00.19' oxporlonco Lafayette guorant. "473-7862 8/4 tfnchg paneled offko space $223 per month. on piano. See locally. Call financed Itpd. 818CARSTRUCKS
years Itchg 8/18 TYPING 1.1t_. raports. rasurrm, 4734961. 8/4 frothy manager at 1 1(618)234-1306( ) ony1lnv
All work guaranteed! Hwy' 233 16 ,
TRAIL MOTEL/RESTAURANT Lawtay: Editing word looks.m..nu.crlpt. I BR COTTAGE
processing. near library furnished 8/11 3tchf. 825CAa..n
( Rd Call 964 8733. for hou '
Morgan ) >
applications are being taken for additional ., statlstkal Accurate
calli. 84TFREMODELING typing. AC. $240 mo. Lake privileges, a VINYL Mlll-dlrvct company,
holp for our fall and winter d .
ndabl raasonabla.47S1638 4734961.84
p tfnchg committed to quality and service. Free
addition, pointing roofIng toosonVarious positions open for ., 4lpd 7/28-8/18 UP?. 1.$300 plus utilities, lake Geneva ample kit l..t'. In the ,19(4. FORD 1$0 PICKUP TRUCK Long
work Lie No, 0034596 Phone you buy con- .
and for wh. .. l base XLT
restaurant housokoopon ACTION LAWN SERVICE .Clean cut yard waterfront furnished lariat loaded 24.000oo
cottage veinence of horn. Paradise
964 7802 84TFNEW your .
STORE IN STARKEI Full line of major motol Apply In person only no phono mowers *de.r, mowar-baeg, spacious, cluded. 2 BR, view Carpets P O. Box 3488 Dalton Gal ,y mil.... $8,950.'Call 496-2045 or
calls. 2tchg 818.25HIRINGI.Govornment 496-2795, Jimmy Cason. 8/4 3tpd.18
blower wnodlng.. Call ,964-2281. 4tchg .
appliancepotts.' In-home' serviceavailable. fireplace, dock AC/Hoat. Loaso.References. 30722, 18003387811.( ) 3tpd. 9/1
jobs In your aroa. 811.9IHANDYMAN IM8 CHEV. CAMARO SS Recently rebuilt
473-2655.
2tpd 8/11-18 GRAPESYou
pick. Martin' Fruit Farm.Ft. .
Ed's ReconditionedAp- 1500068000. Call ((602)) 8388885. SERVICE Looky plumbing, BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKE .> nicehouse. Whit... priormanc 350 engine with 4,000
Very 8
Open a to Closed
plloneo.10;\ E, Call St.. 964 2966 4tpd' m. 7 p.m. '
oxt. 3493. 2tpd81825EXPERIENCED ( miles on It. Guards, rod with radial
'roof electrical repair all torn* Invprovomonts. .'2 BR screened porch AC/H, Sunday 8/18 4tpd. 9/8, ,
8/11-9/1 CARPET HELPER NEEDED) daytona tires on erglnal rims. Best of-
Honest reliable 'work. '
furnished No
ski
pots. Enjoy| swim CHURCH PEWS First Methodist
Church
NEED A HANDYMAN SHEETMETAL, ,Call 7823830. Call early morning or, $6/",. 473.3760. Itpd 8/18 fish. 4732440. Itpd 8/18 Lake Butler CAII for 0.000.. Call anytime -
496-2351. ;
hooting & ACj; duct systems, chlmnaycaps 'late ovonlng Itpd 8/18 morning. '496-3628. Itpd. 8/18 '
1 RR. I BA Doublowld
fLOORS SAGO 4 In KoystonoHolghts. Itpd.18
DRAGGING
lathing. otc. CARPENTRY pore ,VOGUE MANUFACTURING has positions DOORS 1984 TOYOTA PICK-UP 2.4 litre single '
HOUSE OUT OP LEVEL Call, $275/mo. $300 security. ALL ROUND REGISTERED MARI In Fold.
chos, dock, shads> enclosures, 'etc, available In sowing and finishing ING overhead ,cam engine, 4-spood
Call Norman. 473-583. 2tchg 8/11-18 daportmonts. Range of pay $3.60-$5.50 LoRuo Leveling Service for all your 1.734.709O.2tc"g 11..25MOBILE For more Information call "496-2172 automatic with ovordrlvo transmission.Bodllnar .
WE'DO BULLDOZER WORK; 450 John dopandlng on your ability. 7 paid foundation repairs Koystono,, between 8;30 a.m.' and 9 p.m. 1 ted leather bench soot, AM/FM \
Dooro $.cO par'. hour Call anytlmo; holiday, paid vacations. Apply at 710 "473-7721 7/9TF'; HOMES 8/18 cotsett player,' tinted glo.. 31.000
'782.3306.. II no'' an.wr call 712.39S4 S. Water St.. 'SR, 100E, Starko. (Itchg REFRIGERATOR washer and window air ,miles (6.208.13. you rof Inane*. Call'' t
and leave nom. and number. 8/H TF 8/18 MISCELLANEOUSPACK .MM FOR SALE or rent 2 BR/2 BA home conditioner. Call 4962090. 8/18 2lchq. anytlmo, 496-3167. 8/18 2tpd. 8/25 '" "
K I K CLEANING SERVICE Commercialand WATSON REALTY CORPORATION Is now located 3 blocks from school. Owner

business, personal services.Rofaroncos .Interviewing for RE Associates For RAT Buy. soil and trado collectible will finance with small down payment ._ LAND FOR SALEHILL
available, 964.49O8. 8/18 morn Information or a confidential interview Items and ontlq...... Used. furniture Now homo with central hoot and air. MISCELLANEOUSJETS ,\
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EOW please call Doan Woavor., glassware jowolry and much moro. fireplace. Call 473-7975. 8/4. Ifnchg TOP N.W. of Worthington 1.3
KIGHTS ROOFING: specialize In oil typos 473.7653. 6/23TF Como.... for yoursolf. One mile oast 19Bi FLEETWOOD Doublowido. 24X44, acres 150' on paved. ,rood SR18.I mile
of roofing, ihinglot, and build-up and'' CITY, OF STARKE POWER PLANT has an' ol Keystone Heights on Highway ipo. Take over payments. 3 BR/28A many West of, SR12I.j Sellers will consider and .
'roof .repairs. Free estimates All work opening for tho position of Power Plant 473-2183. 8/4 tfnchg 'extras. 473-4649, 21pd 8/18-23 financing with down payment. CarrieDukes Shop Jets for now used clothing'
guaranteed Phono 964.4663", Call of tot' Operator' This position Involves shift FREV PINE FIREWOOD ,*, will help cut, MOBILE HOMI and land. 14X70 mobile Smith, Real Estate Broker for the family., 265 N.W. 7th Av*.
'04 p.m. Itpd 8/18 work. The minimum requirements are close to Keystone schools. Coll1.904173422I homo and IWXtSO lot. Owner con :,496-3087 or 4963574. 8/1 2tchg. 8/18 Open Tims., Thurs., Fri and Sat. 8/4'
WILL DO TREE WORK none too big'or too graduation from an approved high or 1-904-388-6109.. Itpd tract. Small down $1500 moves you In, 4tchg. 825SID'S
small. Call Jot Padgett.. '964.4877. 2tpd' school' or G.E.D. Prior power plant or ''8/18 ,tomorrow. No qualifying. 3 BR/IBA. FOR RENT BARGAINSEast
8/1825 oloctrlcal experience : proforrod.. ':'Applications : WILL TRADE ,f Konmor dlshwarhor'for" $236.72 per month at I2X for ten Main 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.- Frl'
.A.VSIT'ln home. Reasonablorates received 8/18-98 i \ day Saturday and Sunday. Touch
WILL my will bo until 5 p.m. Irost-frqo freezer 473-3663 Of'1 ,years. 473-2730.4.tchg
'. : 964--2810 Itchg 8/18, Friday. Aug 19. Apply" I the City of ;473-0262.upright Itpd 8/18 ., I. .. -- ,_,. |--| -_--| |- -| --.--||-| ,-_ i-j 1-1 _____ CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Control ,A/C. lamps, (25 this week.. Itpd. B18Marys
NEED INTERIOR PAINTING or small ox, Starko City Hall Personnel Offlco 209 HELP WANTED'' 'Extras' Reasonable Rnts.. PINES Call

,tenor |job clean! professional work 10 Thompson, St. SIark.' 2tchg 8/11.18. I 1962366ISR12Li., Lobe .utl...., 7/14' .
yr.: experience. Free estimates. Coll CARS TRUCKS; tfnchg. <.
'964.4510 after 5pm. 2tchg 8/18.25 MOTORCYCLES ,ATTENTION debt fro1 Christmas Wont to have? Christmas your first ';TWO, BEDROOM MOBILE HOMI In coun Variety Shop 'it
CHILD CARE IN MY HOME: day and mid, try. Lake Butler area. ideal for small '
night to 8 'o.m'. Griffil Loop 964 2349. ELDERClerk ,"INTERNATIONAL 244 Diesel tractor 96 Around demonstrators the World from oil Is areas.now No hiring In family. 135. month, plus deposits. Opening Sat. Aug. 27th '

Itpd 8/18 hours 5 ft. box blodo.Top condition ,vestment no collecting, no delivering.For ., Available Sept 1. Call 431-1714 or On E. Call St'
of CourtYARD 496-2559. 8/11 2tpd. 8/18 '
,( $5000. "75-1725. Itpd 8/18 moro ,Information call Beth .PRIVATE SHADED TRAILER LOT'Coll" (Over the Railroad Track)
N M -
1t11 CHEVETTE standard AC, xcollont 473-4543 2tchg 8/11.18
4963585.: Itpd. 8/18
running condition. Good body. Nice BABYSITTER*hooded, my house or yoursIf
CASH ,AWARDfor SALE school car. $1550. 475-5629. Itchg 8/18 ( childproof).Approximately 15 hours
I's8 CHEVY statlonwagon. No rust, per week." $3.50 hr. 475-2857 2tchg
return of rebuilt engine, good, tlr**. $495. 8/11-18 J
any of the following jewelry SATURDAY, AUG. 20: 9 a.mr until..Boys 473-2252 'Itpd, 818HOMES EXPERIENCED office help needed. Apply County Line Nursery
,taken Dec. 1987 and girls clothes, most like new Back. In person 6689 Shards Rd. 473-4985.,
(No Questions Asked) of Fl. Post Control. "Itpd 8/18' FOR SALE' ltchg 818RETIREMENT & Landscape ,
YARD SALE! Sat.. Aug. 20: located In HOME Lady able to work Ownoc) t Operated by David Walnwrlght J 1964-63O61 :

Moonstone fit! Cornet Bracelet Lawtay 'on Adams St. Turn bosldo' BY OWNER Koystono Club Estates, 3 nights a weekends a stay overnight. :2\040 Mlles Ion of 5teikAon.SU 1* '' <*
Gold Locket/Turquoise Stone In Lawtoy Elom. School and go 2 blocks Call between a.m-4: .m 473-2881.
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BR. 2 BA, concrot, block. wills control, p / '
hsts. '/\" t ', : .. '. Landscaping & Design "
b1Jhm'nr. iwH-I;,.. t' on ttpd air a hoot, flroploco Wooded lot ...tllt.ty : -( 1tchg ./,. Complot ,.,.
pphfre 3 FAMILY YARD SALE THURSDAY ONLY, ,- U"A
shod wltrr' power t many.xfros, Plant Sales Cyprvsc Mulch
'Pendant Set In Gold.Call9648602 8/18, Infants children, and ladies'clothes '
to Return Four dining choirs and lots of 39500. 2SI3.4tcha 8/II-9/J YARD SALES Irrigation Design ,& Installation' .
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mlscollanoous. 527 N. Cherry: St.,
'&: Collect Cash behind bus station. Itpd 8/18 FOR SALE' GARAGE SALE Frl.' t Sat., Aug. 19 & 20 Sodding. Sprigging & Seeding

FRI a SATURDAY 8 a.m.sit.. 1028 Palm ', 9 a m.5 p.m. Household appliances e
St, ,Starko. Go to Bradford Hospital PIANO FOR SALE Wanted Rosponslbl misc. 5985.White Sand Lake Rd. Itpd

turn on Colloy Rd., go post miring party to take on small monthly 8/18 '
homo, turn. loft on Sauthgato. look for payments on piano. Soo locally. Call YARD SALE Corner of Nightingale and FOR 'r'1
PT's, OT's, COT A's signs Proceeds go to' Bradford Manager at 618-234-1306 anytime., Hill Top across from new Co-op Bldg. ,' SALE I
Humane Socloty. Itpd 8/18 3tchg8/11-25 All day Saturday. Itchg 8/18 ijk '
Immediate openings for 'LARGE YARD SALE) Boys and girls LIKE NEW SOFA *'oarthtonos, $250;; dinIng -' ,.MOVING SALE Furniture, clothes, Fill Dirt. Top Soil, .: ,

clothes, toys, bikes, lots of stuff. Frl & table 4 choirs buffet, $175: what-nots, household everything Small '
OT's, COT and Physical Sat.,, 9-4., 301 N. to Morgan Rd, across cocktail table and and tables. $15 radios. karat equip. Sat. Aug 20 at Large or Loads, of ,Ltmerock
each recliner, $75. cedar chest $25., lake Geneva Trailer Pork next to -
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Therapists specializing In from church. Itpd 8/18 ; Tractor Work Backhoe -, Bulldozer!
YARD SALEi 337 N. Clark St..f rl a Sat.,, 473-2297. Itpd 8/18 .. ..P&J..llt. 100. Koystono. Itpd 8/18 .
pediatrics. In addition, 805:30: p.m. Boys and womons clothes, USED ISO AMP 4 fuss box $65 obo: matched I'G"0I1AL1.-8/20/88. 8 til, children's
professional achievement: furniture, .tc, Itpd 8/18 sot mud tires,' 12.16.5. $150 obo; clothes, furniture dishes, toys' .964-6182 964-582 964-6095
YARD SALEi Saturday morning 7 a.m. til W. leach erulr.liko now. $65 aba;' freezer, bed pop-up camper? odds- .
enjoy the rewards of 194ffs stitch ends bike. 1335 Aparson Way. Itpd
portable
2 p.m. 1314 Soaring St. Clothes lots of Singer straight .
benefiting children. Our i excellent conditionwith 8/18 :
household items, many like new Itchg sowing machine
8/18 book and accessories, $125 obo. 'YARD SALE....g: 1921.Tools, now tiro

therapist-owned company YARD SALE boys clothes'toys' Ludwig 16592779. Itpd 8/18 9so.16.5. ml..llaneou.lurnltu....7498 David Lawson Paint &
offers attractive salaries snare drum sat, misc. Hams. 781 Glen"' ONE PORTABLE hot fire kettle, $300; lake Vlow. St. off north Pecan St.,Itpd

and benefit package. dale St, Frl' t Sot. 9 until. Itchg 8/18 on. Clipper concrete door saw, $300;; 818THREE' Insurance Collision Work *JiI1 ,
like $250 one' FAMILY Table IL chairs vacuumcleaner.
,1214 OLD LAWTEY liD until. Wanwns. on* Hlllty. 'new ;
m.n., and chlldrons clothing. M rain,',! Passlodo nail gun' $100; one trench: In High Ridge at Cascade and CR 229 NW 28th St .
Insld saU, Look for signs. Itpd 8/18 machine for PVC pip. $500.' Call Temple.. Frl. a Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Itchg

*\, Interested Candidates Gall, GARAGE SALE 116 Parker St. Clothes,' ;.73.2961 after. 5:30 p.m. l>chg 8/18 8/18
GIANT SALE i Saturday only 94. Rain or
Saturday ,
accessories, household Items
Sandra Wiggins Aug 20. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Itpd 8/18 FARM ANIMALS shine anything and everything Including
horses ( 7755 Ran-
1.800 282.2811 ext.312 .YARD SALE Friday thru Friday all waok.Hove piano pigs. ,
Rehab WorksR.'V.'DURRANCE everything. 515 East South St., !FIGS FOR BALE 'Call otlor., 7 p.m chaste Rd. 473-0884. Itchy 8/18 LAKE, BUTLER flPHHTmEIlTS
Starke. Itpd 8/18 SHED SALE Flea market items, some an-
473-0656. 2tchg 81118LAND
FRI t SATURDAY Groat buys,. kids ft qltues. Wonted-good dresser Now taking applications: for i 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These

adults, landscape plants $1. Watch fop SALES 4733956. Itpd 8/18 [ o -ele<;trk:: units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have

signs, 3 miles S. Stark on 301. Call for wafl-to-woJ carpet crapes. and kitchen appliances. Orvtlte laundry
directions. 964 8319. AKC Dachshundsfor
solo. Itpd 8/18 COUNTRY SETTING -5'% acres 1985 DW,< I facilities.: ) Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.::
': Gold Hood 3/2 cathedral .
CH/A
,GARAGE SALES Aug 19.20 9 o.m..11 _" 'or.. .' nice kit-. For, application and Information ,
colling. firoploc T.H.E.Apartments ,
LAURA ST. Furniture, baby toys S
Pleas at 5)
see us
wall
chon/dlshwoshor. partially
elect, guitar,' loco Deep 1
PUMP ,&' S PPL YeWelfCrilllng wadding clothes. gown.mower It 8/18' f_..... 12X24 storage ....... Sacrifice, 1005 SW 6th Street I

,SATURDAY ONLY; 9... p.m.. Hampton $35.500. 473-0252. 4tchg 8/11-9/1 Lake Butler Fl 32054 B._..._
behind Victory Baptist. Chapel Or Call 496-3141 "' "

\, Hou.ewaret, furniture, :clothes;;, ..tc,, NOTICE I I 922 E., Brownlee St.1 I
Itpd 8/18 ;
Rotary, 2" to 6" Classified doadllno Is 11.00 ..m. Time- 2 & 3 BRs Available '

day prior to Thursday publication. .
Pumps": Minimum charge I. 15 words for$3.50. Low Income Now Leasing

TRAIN than 15 cents for each word thereafter. 'Housing '1\\
15EJ its
All ... TO BE A 1 roWAtHOOSINO. Forest'' :Park Apartm :

'PROFESSIONALSECRETARY 964-7133, An 'apartment complex designed for moderate :i:.!4E. .
Income families. No rental assistance f "'/i":;.
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available. Attractive 1 & 213R/1 Ba apts.., ,,-.c; .

D .a. SEC./RECEPTIONIST GLORIA'S'' MUSIC HOUSE (Sludlo) range refrigerator carpet central heat It air., t 1. .,. ..

EXEC. SECRETARYStart .. patio and laundry. Free water sewer & ,

INSTRUCTORS RldlAAD KELLOCC Ii' GLORIA BRYANT' garbage. Rent $185 $220 mintmum.Two
locally, full time/part time. avail.
VISIT OUR' SHOWROOM Learn word processing and related LESSONS GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS, complete, handicapped apartments For Infermatlorn/Ay pHestlanr

For Your: Plumbing ,Parts' ,headquarters.secretarial resident skills.training.Pompano Home National study Beach.and FL: CALL, 964-8210' ,TnerW '1"7'SUD, -MoD 1O2, ,Fonst Pull Apartments(gob.)775 of.86.M3U KB!: lat,B.H.O.Lak* -Butler 32064


964-7061 FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE
JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE J '
864 N. Temple Av.., Storke 1-800-432-3004 UNITED REALTY' o
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Nights ft Weekends Diy cl AC.T, Corp. P of Starke EI, [ r Eli.I

Accredited Member .'
Broker
964-7578' NHSC Train to be a John E. Curies.

TRAVEL AGENT US 301 South. Starke. Fta. 964-8447 Home 473-3627' L

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Start lacaDy. full time/put thne. is proud to announce
Train on live airline computer*.. .
Cypress Mulch :opine Bark Horna National study Headauartera and Resident-, training two very 'powerful additions


You',Pick,Up or We Deliver'' Pompano =AID. Florida AVAILABLE to its sales forceJOB :!

PLACEMENT AMMTANC' f Claire Chlappinl Home 475-2S23

We Also' Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL | t Nick Chlappinl -Home 475-1032 ,

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Fred Sackctt-Homo-904447.
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[ Starke Area Ads .1 Inmate Injured ...s a;



.. An inmate at the Bradford County' were sure Jackson was the intended ,;
SCHOOLS FOR RENT FOR SALE'' YARD SALE Jail was Injured last Friday morn, victim
fight in the Jackson was arrested August 11
leBobbyyJoe
ADULT PARKi CI eon 2 BR mobile horn* Styarke for
Kelly 41, has possession of firearm by a
UNITED I convicted
TRAVEL SCHOOLS Kmorvo- Vi mile from city. Nice neighborhood MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* 'l 1_ at 411 Laura St. fi I been charged with aggravted battery felon and possession of drug .
Honlit. Travl '
Agent, Ticket Agents> 468.1323. 10/8TF $14.W per month. Coll 964-6946. tin L for '
live. Computer Fri' & Sat 9 a.m. striking Charles Jackson paraphernalia, according to Deputy :
Training Plocomont SOUTHERN VILLAS OP STARKE I I. now NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum Jr., 29, in the face with .
a whiskey
Assistance Financial Aid ,Avallobl, taking application for 1 C 2 badroomapartnvmt Measures 24x36". 23 cents each. Great Bedroom Set. Dining RoomS bottle that had been smuggled into DougllYork arrested May ,

,Accredited Corropondonco/Ro Member NHSC; Training Coll toll- CHA fully*. equipped$199 and kitchen$219 month cableready. for 135 patching W. Call $and t.9646309.ALICIA ropalrt.. TELEGRAPH, .t, Stereo, TV. Couch, Baby the jail according to Deputy Harvey police and charged with burg ,

free 18007822480. Headquarter 964.7295 or 9644214. 3/26TF HAY In roll under barn. Delivery, Clothvt. Toyi, Other tt.mil Rhoden.I and lewd lascivious assault upon a ,
Clearwater Florida (can. 1 BR APARTMENTi, control hooting and available, Arthur Gatklnt, 782-3727., Moving SoleiBrantley' I Jackson was transported 'to child after he broke into a home on '
r Shands where he was treated for Westmoreland St. His bond
UNITED TRUCK MASTER.. Truck S/76TF / a was
Drlvor fan, and other
cooling ceiling deluxe
'bad cut of the left He is to have reduced from $19,000: to
Training D.O.T. certification |lob toaturo, such a* off treat parking. PUBLIC NOTICE .INVENTORY eye 7,500 but be
placement assistance financial old Children and elderly welcome I pot CLEARANCE PrA-ormglnoorod steel I further eye surgery this week, ac- remains in custody. He was movedto
available, 'cor.pand..nc"I.Id'lnJIalnlng. allowod. 964-8601. 8/4TF, building. 30x40x12 $4,650:, 40x90x12 cording to Director of OperationsDon a one-man cell following the inci
accredited member NHSC. TWENTY ACRE HAYFIELD needs to bo $6.299.: : 40x79x14 $9,675: 90x79x14 Denton. dent. .
Call toll-fro J-800-346-3112. Headquarters mowed 964-7415. 2tchg 8/11-18 $11.489: SOxlOOxU $4,949. OthorIzoil The Incident occurred at 8:30 a,m. The wiskey bottle in the possession
: Clearwater, Florida. icon LOW RENT 1 and 2 room furnished officloncloi Financing available, multiple after the jailer had moved a group of of an Inmate remains a mystery but
AC utllltlo paid quiet and uses, PIONEER BUILDING., Inmates from their sleeping cells to officials are sure a jail trustee on
MOBILE HOMES cloan.964-5687. 8/1ITF 912-389-3664. fcan the day cell on the second floor. Apparently clean-up smuggled it into the Jail .
',. FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom house In SEAT LIFT CHAIRSi you'ra a M dlcorriKlplont Keyboard there was an argumentover since they have access to the out 1 oj,
,r Stork 17267651. 8/11TF with a qualifying condition, who was the toughest and side. Victors to the jail do not have .;:J
IN WALDOt 311. $300 per month, 1 yr. call toll free number for more Information Service meanest which prompted the fight, access to the prisoners said one investigator '
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ,mobllo homo 'lease, references ,roqulrod. Call 1-800-449-4174. fcan said investigators, who) said' they ,1
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pork on GrlHU Loop.'Acreage for more 964-2414 before 11 p.m. Itpd 8/18 1971 MOTOR HOME Champion. Uk..'
mobile homo* or lot. 38000. Call TWO BEDROOM IVt ba, AC, 14x62 now now. oxcollont condition inside, and PI ANa Divorces Granted :;
otter 5:30[ p.m. 964-8970 or 964-8703. mobile horn In Keystone area Clay out loss than 33.000 total miles, Dodge ':
3/3 TFo| County. $273 monthly. 4737770. 3tpd 440 motor fully equipped, generator, Tuning, In Bradford. County -, ;J
LOW LOW DOWN" Now mobile home 8/11-23 .tc. Mutt iw to appriKlatt. 9500. were l
.' down payments tart at $350. For fro TWO'' BEDROOM 1 bath mobile homo, 9648251. 2tchg 8/11-18 Repairing ,Cook Needed The ,.following marriages ,.
approval call Undo Roy'. 1-331-8314. 12x60. $250 month. 9644238. 8/11TF RIVIERA BOAT 15'9"1 d op-.ld<>, two Rebuilding dissolved during the month of July. in ,''.;1'
WE FINANCE I I 4tchg 8/4-23 SEMI-FURNISHED HOUSE 1 BR, quiet moton 50 hp and 7% hp motors In ..xcolltnt Full-time Bradford County. ;
HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL, now 28x68: 4/3 neighborhood prefer' a single coupl condition! traitor with buddy ,
Homo of Merit only $24,995 or $249 Reasonable rat*. 904.9646191.locatoadat bearings and now tires. $2900. Certified Waitress, W nntedDuddy's Terri Ellen Kane & Donald John
month. Unelo Roy' 1.351.8514.44tchg 825 Cypress SI. Itchg 8/18 964.8251. 2tchg 8/11.18 Technician Kane.
6/4-23 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT-KEYSTONE FURNITURE FOR SALE dresser nightstand 904-964-5497 Patrick A, McCall & Viola E. Mc- .
TO SETTLE ESTATE: Never lived, In, 1988, HEIGHTS next to Hord_'*. 4733778. mirror, headboard table chair( LakeFront Call. ,.
14x70 3/2 $700 down $192 month. ,2tchg 8/18-23 boxtprfna.and mattress with from*. Russell Edward Nail, Jr. & Tina
Owner finance, free delivered, and let FURNISHED APARTMENT adult 'only, 9646744. 2tchg 8/11-18 Restaurant Marie Nail.Charles .
'. up. 13518314. 4tchg 8/4.25 clean quiet downttalr 964.2358. I REMINGTON modal 870 pump shotgun, Apply In Person .' K Norman It Eater KNorman. <
REPO'. EASY CREDITI! Free, Fast Credit 2tchg B/18-23 $200: Rimington model 243 semiautomatic ,
by phone 1-351-8314. 4tchg 8/4-23 EXTRA CLEAN FURNISHED 3 BR 12x70 rifle $225; doubt bed $50 468-2080 Joseph Frank Durand & Becky'
. THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath CH&A, 12x72 MH control air on % aero Jot. 2 miles kingside bed $85 stored In Storko.Call Lynn Durand. '
mobile homo on 1W acre SU.OOO from town, no pot:$273 month $100 Patty after 9 p.m., '-372.629.. 2tchg William H. Bogle, Jr. & Dela J.
cash. 964-4430 after 6 p.m. 8/18TF security dopoilf. 964.7554: Itchg 8/18 8/11-18 Bogle.
',, IVt ACRE with mobile home, dbl carport TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house, CH4A. RIDING LAWN MOWER Briggs Stratton Richard L. Downs & Jeannette E.
," 1\1\\\:"'" 2 BR, 2 bath, fully furnished. FP, big screen porch on 1 acre land $350. 9646471. 7/28TF Downs. '.'1
",I, ..; !pecan and poor tree. Appr-illed at corner 229/229A. Available, Im* DINING TABLE a CHAIRS other chair, 2, Roy W. Joann P.<. 6i;,
: \\'I", ">.. :'I $27.5OO..tat. sale $23,000. Hwy 225 modlatoly. 533-2483. Itpd 8/18 3. 4 of a kind. 964-9494. Itchg 8/18 Ed's Appliance Sales & Service'' J ''Yarberry. Yarberry !
".' ''I, (Baylo Hwy) 4 miles South of SR 100, THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath DW In country.. TWO GATOR SEASON TICKETS for homo ,(i
:;,:': 3 miles North .( SR 16. Estate of E.S. 964.6664. Itchg 8/1B football games. Section G. Send written ," Full Line of Appliance Parts, Jeff Popowski& Mona Poposwki. ':
, 'J, ". Oliver, 904.471.124S."tpd 8/18-9/8 STATE EMPLOYEES need homo close to offer to Gator P.O. Box 478, Hazel M. Montgomery & Donald ': ,
; },>\ 'Ii'; 10x30 TRAILER good for camping. $400. your work? W* havo clean mobile Starko 32091. Itpd 8/18 ; ,Same Day Service. Most Cases ..1; L. Montgomery. "\
You move 301 North of Starko to NE'' homo available., 468-1323..1018 TF PIANO FOR SALE Responsible, party to '310 E. Call St. ", Starke 9642966WHAT Stanley U. Monds & Linda Jean
,I'' ." 50. right to NE 11th right to 4 house on WALDO VILLAS. unfurnished, 2 BR take up low monthly paymont onboautlful ,Monds.
left. In r_,. 17780314. 2tpd 8/18-23 townhouse? carpet CHSA. 4681971. console piano. Call toll fr_. Lenwood .Bobo & Elizabeth C.. .
r. Equal Homing Opportunity. 3/10 TF t-800-346-245O Itpd 8/18 Bobo. '
r FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities, 'GRAPES U-PICKi Lilly. 'Vlnoyord.. Carl Marvin Vinson fc Dollle Vinson..
FOR RENT '
paid. From $37.50 weekly, Magnolia Farm Rd., Florahomo '"9046592121. DO.YOU;LOOK'FOR: WHENYOURE, ; Carlos Michael Wilkes & Lorrie

Hot.), Walnut St. by Post Offic*. TF, 8/18 7tchg 9/29 ,/ Lynn Wilkes.'.
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NEWLY DECORATED everything turnith- THREE BEDROOM'1V, bath clean close SNAPPER. RIDING MOWER llhp,, elect C SHOPPING'FOR,THE PERFECT HOME? John J. Hodges,; Jr" & Linda E.,

od. Laundry facilities included', Video. to prison Call 4681323. 6/9TF 'tart, above overage, conditions. $500 Spacious Lot Size? Hodges. ,
room _lIobl... Will accept one child: CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES contra! AC, nogo. 964-7475. Itpd 8/18 Samuel Allen Townsend, Jr. & Linda -
t, no pot*.,Palm Apt., 2313 N,'Temple. extras,' reasonable font. PINES.' USED TROMBOMEt Yamaha itlll under' (125x250) Kay Martin Townsend. *,
A*... Stork 32091 10/29 TF 496-23665RT21, Lake Butler 7i4TF .maintenance contract. Bought now used .. Convenient Location? Reggy Mathew Brown &
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utllitlo. TWO BEDROOM CB HOME In town. last school year 964-7808 .after 5 schools ,Stephanie Redding Brown. '
paid from $37.50 per week CH4.A carpet Must**. Call. 4681323.: p.m. Itpd 8/18 ,(near churches shopping facilities) Deborah Catherine Forysth ,&
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St., by fo.tOffico. 7/2ITF' o rxfxr GALVANIZED TUBs great for Neighborhood? Francis Kelly Forya th. '
TF LIKE NEW COMPLETELY REMODELED. 2 child wlmmlng pool. 507823752. It (friendly. quiet. no thrutraffici Joe Johnson & Connie L. Johnson. .,
.MOBILE HOMES 2 BR. I BATH WITH AC; BR, 1 ba homo, now corpotlng CHSA, 8/18 '
,', ,COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO largo shaded lanced yard carport with MOTORCYCLE '87 Honda 290. 1.000 ', ,,,i\')" Sidewalks and Street Lights? "'!: .'.. l, .. 'James H. Sapp Cleo,H. Sapp. :''it

DOWNTOWN STARKE; 964-7498 extra storage Quiet neighborhood, milo, now,' $1800. 782-3792.: 8/18 ,,:, ." (forwalking.jof.boing.bike-ridiniV') "' j .,,.,\
1/IITF walking distance to schools, hopping SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE; New and I ,{ '\
,I IN TOWN clean 2 BR house on shaded $323 monthly with 1 yr. lease and used homo and industrial. All mako' Paved Driveway? Recent Arrests :. ,;

\ lot, CHSA. carpot. Prefer quiet work, dopoilt, 623 Pinewood D,., 964.8073. and model' ropolrod.. Call 964-8733. (This can be an unexpected expense) In Bradford County '. :;
'Ing adult No pets. For appt. to ", view 8/1ITF 8/4TF '
t
.call 964.6680 aftor 3 p.m. $235 month FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 largo room SATELITE SYSTEMS installed from $695. The following Individuals were ar-
plus security depo.it.Firm., 3/3TF 'and bath upstairs, privato' ,. hall on. Got HBO,' Cinomox and more For Your shopping can be over.. rested recently in Bradford County,
franco $175. 514 Epporon St. No pot" moro Information call 782.3702 or LONCC11AMP HOMES: has a new model available In by local authorities., '
deposit 964-2796. 2tchg 8/18-25 782-3300 4tchg 8/4.25
-fA-- __ ':'''. ."., : 1 I! '. JRAU-l no : '.onGriffis loop"" M-aaiel", ,SEVERAL ITEMS 3 section 0yl0-VrSKk. -... D t1 'Y.QQ.Il SU P1! .11? \\9.N on LS 3O1S which has allaturei'and'roany'nwre. Donald Guy Prater was arrested 1
,,, ',," ( 'itpd lOt hr. .- 'OJ' ., stained! gloss ,door, gla* shelves', ,,Ule80 ...Tlrtually nialntenence Augsut 16 for disorderly Intoxication ;.
;: "i.'I"' ELDER ONE MOBILE HOME 2 BR;, two traitor: floor light. Make offer Call Jimmy, Stalnmaster Delux according to Patrolman K. R.
freer
and 964-5760. '964-4912 9646223. 2tchg 8/18-25 carpeting, Appliances..
I : \' one 2BR one IBR. Itpd or Hinds, Jr. At press time he was "
;, ,,' Clerk of Court 8/18 LIKE NEW FURNITURE sofa $'55. coffee You'll have to see It to appreciate It. awaiting his first appearance.
.\ .) JUST ,REMODELED! beautiful 1 f BR apt, table $99. end tablo $50. Dollvoryavollablo. Call for details
today or a
Krt' ''n..ar downtown. 964-8588 5332416. 9646019. Itpd 8/18' viewing appointment
2tchg 8/18-25 SEVERAL ITEMS fence pot, cro-tio. 964-6853 or 964-8202, evenings. Regina Mary Zydalis 47, of
II,, ... MOBILE HOME 2 BR. carpet, partial AC, 4x4., fonco and barb wire, goto, fuel Keysone Heights! was arrested
largo lot with troo*. ,Grlffl Loop tank and metal pon.' Call anytlmOv August nabis 14 for manufacturing can-
468-2374 'Itpd 8/18 '4851950. Itpd 8/18 according' to InvestigatorDavid
STARCRArT POPUP TENT CAMPER, Aderholt. Three marijuana
'' sleeps six now tires, ,good shape plants were seized at the end of SE
;:;, ';; .i,;::, : ',' 'D.K. Griff Dump Truck,and Lawn Maintenance $850. 964-6174 after S p.m. Itchg 8/18 62 Place on Silver Lake. Zydalis was
: .' SEVERAL ITEMS sofa, lovaioat' baby PINE APARTMENTSNow seen with the four foot plants at her
: ':: J" ,No Job,Too Small... Free EstimatesWe bed single bed lawn mower 1976 Impala FOREST home and at the site of the seizure,

have Fill dirt. Chovy. 473-4506. Itpd 8/18 said Aderholt. She was released on
tOPPER FOR FULL SIZE TRUCK Coll Accepting Applications for' her own recognizance, after bond
/ Call 485-1461 nights),. 964-6154 (days) 468-1983 or 468-1247. Itpd 8/18 was set at $1,000. -
KEROSENE FLOOR FURNACE with 100 2''& 3 ,BR Apartments Starting at $195.
Jean Amanda Wiley 32.: of
gal. tank a 75 gal. kerosene, $100. GEI ,
y4 ton air conditioner $300. 964-768, ; Jacksonville was arrested August IS
or 964-6491. Itpd 8/18 CH/A. Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready on a warrant charging trafficking in
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j': Store Managers Asst. Managers, Sales Managers TANDEM AXLE UTILITY TRAILER' 12'x9', hydromorphene obtaining controlled -
bo used for horse substance by fraud according to
Inside cloarorico, can 1530 W..MadisonStreei
Sunshine *'Jr. Food Stores Inc. trallor., Asking ,$450. 964.8255.. Itpd EQUAL Lt. John Dempsey. Bond was set at
Sunshine Jr. Food Store, Inc., a national leader In the convenience 8/18 964-6312 tEr I HOUSING $4,000 she was released:\ on her own
OPPORTUNITY '
tore Industry, ha tore manager assistant l manager and tale Mon Fri 9-5PM recognizance
associate positions available for qualified applicant '
We offers Flexible full or part time scheduling Company TrainingProgram Vernell Sanders Hampton 29, of'

Exellent Starting Pay baaed on experience and education; ELDER .Starke charging was violation arrested of on probation.a warrant

Retirement Program; Medical -Life Disability Insurance Hampton 'Was released on his own
Advancement opportunity and Morel! Clerk of Court recognizance after bond was set at
Experience desired but not nece.uy.'Apply today v,*,_. $3,000.

., at your local Sum bine-Jr. Store Corner Hwy. 24 North and Cole St.
'
Waldo FI. Bobbie Lee Jackson, 19, was arrested
.' BUSINESS August 10 for possession of
drug paraphernalia according to'
OPPORTUNITIES Deputy Doug York. He was released,
) recognizance.

Men or Women 1000 SUNBED9. TONING TABLES Suool- JANE s USHE Traffic
WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlondorQuoctPalv .
Earn $5.00 Per Hour and More!! .. Exorclior Call for free color Henry' Durell'' Frederick.. M, of
,catalogue Sovo, to 90%.1.8O.228.629. I Your Union County.Realtor t Jacksonville was arrested August 13
fcan for improper tag, according to
1. Sewing Machine Operators or Trainees, coma In and 1 see us." ,* CONVENIENCE STORES with''gafor '.496-2126, or 496-2903 Patrolman Hayes. He was released

we'll show you how to do It.. ( lease Major brand ga soling supply In- t ,after a $101.25 cash bond was posted..
Call 360 W. Main St. Lake Butler
2.We'llhow you video film of f how It's done. cludod. No blue sky Involvod.' "
353-8910. 2tpd 81118SADDLES Robert Darrell Carter. 25. of Live
S.Well give you Incentives. and bonuses to help you make. it whileyou're Oak was arrested August 14 for driv-,
.37 ACRI FARM... Walk right In and Mart farming. Comes with two tractor ing under ,influence, according to
learning. AND TACK *, bush hog planter, harrow, etc. Ho born. stocked fish pond. ALSO, ,Trooper, D.. C. Roberts. Carter's
4. Steady work, no style changes, no seasons, no layoffs In five three bedroom ham. with double car garage completely, fumihd. Pro- blood alcohol content was '.13
per-
NEW LOCATIONNEW.USED.RECONDITIONED .
years. party Include wood,. several pastures, crop I.ond.,fenced and cross fenced. cent. He was released after a $362.50

r cash bond was posted.
If You Qualify; after 13 weeks we'll give you a bonus of $100. SADDLES I t r.ACREAGE..On' to even aero lor 101... One mile from Worthington 'tor-'

After 26 weeks,'well give you another$100., ,TACK REPAIRS ON 'Ing*. Within five' hundred loot ol Santo Fo River, Owner financed potlally Kenneth Wayne Howard 23, of
Lawtey was arrested August for
Our office will be 7 am3:30: : tor applicationsand SADDLE wooded. Owner/Broker.
open p.m driving while license suspended
HARNESS r, NEW HOME ON TWO ACRES..:"' ......, occupied, owner transferred out olttote.
AND and
interview appointments., (DWLS) expired tag. He was
and to complete. OWNER MUST SELL--MAKE'
Needs carpet wallpaper
released after 11.25 bond
SPECIAL ORDERS a $ surety
Some financing available.'
OFFER ,
was posted:
Starke Uriijorm' Manufacturing ,,1460 -A S. WALNUTUS .ONE :ACRE..lot available outsido: city limit ol lake'Butler;Owner will '

'441 E. Brownlee St. Starke Fl. 301 S. ACROSS finance. Deed restrictions now construction only. George Crocker 23, .of Orlando
,
FROM NEW KOA .. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS..Lovly: mobile home on r..ldntlal lot. Ha was arrested August 14 for DWLS.

We hove good benefits, paid holidays paid vacations, medical .CLOSED MONDAYS large dock and extra large screened !In side porch. Call for appt..to see to- Bond according was set to Trooper at $210, he Donald was) released Dean..

coverage attendant bonuses. dayl on his own recognizance
Call lor Additional Information
On Tho. Or Any Other Typo ol Property Lowell Douglas Thomas 54. of
j ,You Are 1 Intwroitod. In lilting or Soiling Duval County was arreBted; August ,
11 for wilful-wanton reckless driving (
AUTOA/C WE DO RADIATOR :
JANE S'-USHER.'Realtor, according to Patrolman C. D.

Sales & ALL TYPES SPECIALISTS : 360 W. Main St., lake ButUr. Fla. Carter. He was released after a
Service $157.50 cash bond was posted.
AUTO Can Truck e Tractors 496-2126 or 496.2903.V.s

New. fIeIIuI1t
HEADQUARTERS JOlt ALL YOUR
REPAIRS?
AUIOAlaXMlfllONlNONEDIS CUM e REPAIR e MECOMT

: JANE S. USHER Realtor Coins" '
cannot b. made of pure gold
STARKE ,RADIATOR &:. TRANSMISSION, INC., or silver be au they,.not dura
ble and wear out rapidly unless al

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from page 7B units who trained at the site.

ft"1 i /' ,", atcd with the new facility will be Hall is especially anxious to ob-
tain the assistance and cooperation
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of interested individuals and organizations -
; National Guard Foundation, Inc.
in establishing appropriate
,'t"" There will also be a Museum As-* monuments to the memorial garden

,: sociates Program developed to ser .sections of the park.

,: vice the day-to-day needs of the For more information contact:

!r memorial park and Halt and his Robert hawk of the Florida Na; t. J._ I II ,,,, ,

}.', staff are nQw soliciting artifacts and tional Guard Historical Foundationat :. ""' ''I" .
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C military memorabilia to jnclude 1-904-824-8461 U E.CT (Ret) -,'......... "':" ... .
'r" such items as tanks, trucks, planes James Bloodworth of the Camp "'....-.. "... .....1'::::: '- -'_-' ,'
,\::" '' and guns as well as the smaller and Blanding Museum Associates at 1- .r, 1 -u.. "." < .... "

(':i f'. '- more personal materials associated 904-964-6870 'or' SGM Rodney I't... -,;:;: _...... _, ,

/ to with Camp Blanding itself'or the Halt( Museum Project Director at I"r''' 'k. "r.,. '".{t.1.i,,.,- j; ...

f', war service of those individuals and Camp Blanding 1.904-533-3196.. J >, 4i.: ""' ..* : !\ 1


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Project: Director Hall examine the old "Cunt JloWle" built during World War preparing troop for batUe.II .
F Obituaries for visiting dignitaries! at Camp Illandlng, Orman prisoner\tit war were, homed at the military rewr' atlon during the I
The facility at Klngnley Lake had a' unique history during the buy: war year war as well.


Florence of Hollywood, Fl; a sister
Ii Mrs. Bernice Bruce' Marilyn Richman of Miami. 'Versatile and Practical!
i1 Mrs Bernice Westberry Bruce,71, Memorial mass was held Aug. 17
,t of Jacksonville, and formerly a resident ': in St William Catholic Church with WINN-DIXIE 'Sculptured; and Embossed!,

I' of Melrose, died Sunday. Aug. Fr. Tom Gordon offiCiating: Are, THE COVINGTON EDITION genuine.
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,', 14 in Humana Hospital in Orange rangements were handled by Jones stoneware. was inspired by the beauty of early.
i: Park following an extended illness. Funeral Home. Americana. perfectly wedded with today',
,', Born Aug. 15, t918 in Augusta, Ga, In lieu of flowers, the family 'requests ,contemporary. taatea The emboflned and
Mrs. Bruce lived in Melrose for over donations,to North Central < "sculptured" rime and design are the very'same.
'80 years was a homemaker and a Fla. P.O. Box 233, America's Supermarket! a* you will find on only the moat expennivedinnerwsr '
Baptist. Keystone Heights, Fla 32656.Kussell ..; The Idlewild. and Avondale
J I ,Survivors include three brothers pattern. are In the newet. fanhion color,
Jarred J. Westberry'' of St. B, GannMr. The more you use it, the more you'll Jove''
I' Augustine, Clinton J. Westberry of Russell Burel Gann, 78, of THE It. whether It be for family breakfantai
), ',' Ft.Pierce, and Jake F.: Westberry of Starke, died August 16 in Bradford lunched or dinner.., or for Very' 'special
:1 U Phoenix, Az.; 'four sisters, Lucille Hospital following a brief illness. PRICESGO 'celebration: 'and occasions. And for"
C,. ,Allenjmd Eunice McInarnay both of Born Sept. 24, 1909 in Franklin COVINGTON ,today' demand for convenience
,j\\\ ,Jacksonville, Jeanette Cavannaugh County,, Ala., Mr." Gann moved to THURS.WED.OD, 'each plecela lofe In your dlshwaiher,'
of St. Augustine, and Nancy KnightOf Starke fifteen years ago from AUGUST 18-24f :1988:, oven,.microwave and reezer.
Miami, and'several, nieces. and Alachua County; He was 'a, 'EDITION
,nephews. "', Methodist,'a veteran of the U.S. Ar
Graveside funeral services were my, and a laborer/boiler' with
,, held Aug.. 17 in Eliam Cemetery of hospitals.;, ated 'S
Melrose with Dr.,Vernon F. Johns, Survivors" include three, en Idlewild '
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officiating Arrangements, were of Starke Dinner Plate
daughters, Carolyn Sapp fee are ,
handled by Jones Funeral Home, Eileen Stanley of Keystone Heights,; '
and Glenda Phillips of Jacksonville;. Cup Saucer
,Herschell Capps, Sr one son, Travis Gann of Las Vegas; *
Mr*'Herschell Capps, Sr.,.72.'of Nev.; a brother, Clifford Gann of & Cereal Bowl
Keystone Heights, died' Saturday,' Gainesville; three sisters :Lena
Aug., 13 in Alachua General Hospitalof Parker of Brooker, Vera Oliver and 1
Gainesville following a brief illness ., Virginia Bristow of Gainesville;
eight grandchildren and ,seven'' ALL FOUR ITEMS
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,', Bprn ,Dec. 25; 1915 in Livingston,, great-grandchildren. r '
',Tenn, Mr. Capps moved to' Funeral services ,will be held JY. y 'i t
,, Keystone in 1986 from Interlachen.. Thursday, Aug. 18 at '3 p.m. in
He was a member of the Southside DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Starke
Assembly of God Church in Jackson-1 with Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating \, $999
ville, and was a retired painter for Interment will be in'
the T.C. Chocran Painting Companyin Crosby, Lake Cemetery'under' the. wd- -
Jacksonvile.. direction of Jones. Funeral Home of ,. t' ...,ro 'I"r ,4 PIECE ruth
Survivors Include his wife; Jessie Starke.. r( = PLACE Rlp(1fl') '"
Thrift Capps; two daughters r SETTING lnlrtho*'
Felecia Ecord of Jacksonville and Jack Stone Jr...
Onesey Capps of Keystone; two Mr. William'' "Jack" John 'Stone, '
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brothers, Thadus Capps and Ernest Jr., 64, of Starke, died Thursday, ,.' 'k ( '
Capps,', both of Jacksonville; four, Aug. 11 in Bradford Hospital of I -' Follow' this weekly schedule
sisters, ,Jessie; Royce. Myrtle Bigigers Starke following a brief illness. to collect complete setr
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and Jack ,Robinson all of ?
Born Oct. I, 1923 in New Brighton,
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Jacksonville and Bess Nichols, ofPownalr Pa., Mr Stone moved to Starke in IIHORAtFD
Maine; 'and two' granddaughters 1987 from Orlando.He was a veteranof ; DINNER PLATE .$:t r:;;.
the U.S. Army in WW II, 'a
Memorial. services were held Aug. retired engineer, with McDonald-: hF.11nATE1T> :
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16 in DeWitt C, Jones Chapel with Douglas ,Corporation, and an e i iSAUCEH '
Rev. Jim Brewer officiating Jones '
Episcopal. ,.
?s *159 &(3,
Funeral Home was in charge of ar: Survivors Include. his wife,' '' s ,
rangements."Gene". Marilyn Byerly Stone of Starke; his .., -- ,. '
father William John Stone, Sr., of / -/,<: CEREAL BOWL,. *199 ETC

ChatfieldMr. Starke; a daughter, Mary Kathryn, '- tix ,
.Eugene Francis "Gene" Chat- Nicholls of Atlanta, Ga.; a step- '/
field. 57, of Keystone Heights, died daughter, Mary Mahoney. of Starke;, ;f, ,ON SALE AT ALL TIMES
Saturday, Aug 13 in his home followIng a song James Robert Stone' of r Kt :
,I an extended illness. ', Tallahassee; a' stepson David Salad :Plate,.?.,::,..." ',, ,,*1.29
l ... Born Mar. 11, 1931 in East Rogers of Jacksonville;; a brother,.
I Elmhurst, N.Y.; Mr. Chatfield mov' Robert E. Stone of Coral Springs,
1 ed to Keystone in 1987 from Elmont, Fl.; and ,a grandson, William J.
I ,Long Island N.Y. He was a sheet' .Stone III of Tallahassee, ,' ,= DECORATEDmatching''accessory *
I, metal mechanic for Pan American Memorial services were held Aug, s.
World Airways and a member of the 14 in First Presbyterian.Church of pieces in beautiful
Immaculate Conception Catholic Starke with Rev. Richard H. McGin-. and at
shapes...
Church in Hialeah, Fla.:, nis officiating. Interment will be at a new ;
Survivors include his wife,"'Joyce later, date at Hillcrest Memorial .Avondale money-saving low prices
I, C' Chatfield; three sons, Mike and Park in West Palm Beach, Fl. Local : '
Patrick Chatfield of Hialeah, Fla., .arrangements, were handled by $10.99
t ,and Kevin Chatfield and his wife, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. .'it' 12" Round Platter m-wi-mo.t} ,,, (

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