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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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'1 Inside... IJ} ," Bradford Cot/// Of. H..A HI i'Ar(,
Arise and Build... ,',' I t .' ( ""I'AUG! 20 ;j. _I.< .,1( the >
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i ',! Two SctlonV ,, \ .
lint Baptist .b well on the road to having a big n.*' SECTION Ail U Pog.i -V' ,,(. .
building for a variety of ctlvUlm. "See Page 81 > Hard N.w..1.3.10.16A. >
Idllorlql POQ.,'.. ., : .'V. ,..A'
Th. Social Sc....., ,'.. ..S'Public -'A,
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Outside.. Sport.. .'. . . . .. 12A
The heat wave that brought 96 degree temperatures this week is 1 nra
expected to abate later in the week, w ith-a return to seasonal sum SUCTION Bi 14 Pag.t -
mer temperatures.Look N.w Baptist Building . . .IB
for continued partly cloudy skies and scattered! afternoon N.w. IrMl. .
thundershowers in the area, through the week-end. Chl.f Iow.n A".t. 3B
Area rainfall for the month to date is'5.28 inches"with average ,.., Counseling. . ..45Done.
rainfall for August being 8.10 inches. Year to date rainfall is 33.37 Allv..SB
inches, with average YTD rainfall at 35.60. Band Camp ,3I
Tropical disturbances In the Atlantic and Caribbean are being Cloiilfl.d Ad.:: iB-lOB, The 'o,.' This Side of Heaven
watched by meteorologists as preludes' to tropical hurricanes. Area Death'j, 1I-I2B 109th Year, DA 25 Cents Copy
lith Issue 7'hr.._ I, IlAA! USPS 062-700




Wort ft 9o ting Motion to be Filed to Dismiss Charges- Against- Chief BowenA I


motion will be filed next week to Paul Fuentez. Bowen was chargedwith Brown. FDLE has gone over the' "stolen, said he had never been, con for the chief or his officers to convertthe
dismiss the charges against Starke grand theft and official miscon, police department the past three' tacted concerning it's recovery, according property belonging to innocent
Head)Start.; ... Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, at- 'duct, both third degree felonies. months with a fine tooth comb and to Agent Fuentez FDLE1; persons that was taken without their
torney Terence Brown said Wednes- "I have a real problem with the have only been able to find these two agents interviewed several local consent to be disposed of in the man
Head Start is open and accepting day afternoon, Aug: 24. handlin of this arrest by the news insignificate charges, which speaks residents who said they had used the ner in which this air compressor was
applications for children, 3-5. "No comment' was Brown's rep-- media.! said Brown. "The charges highly of Bowen's 14 years in compressor during; : the past two, disposed of, said Clark.
For more Information: Call ly to the question asked concerning sound Horrendous but in reality the office," said Brown. years. Neither FDLE or this office/ will
.964-6342 or come to 1080 N. Pine St., Bowen's resignation.Chief charge of grand theft stems from an. Charges against Bowen allege his Florida Statute requires procedures allow the chief,, his officers'or
Starke, 7:30: a.m.-3:30: p.m. Bowen was suspended with air' compressor, which 'was rusting, department recovered the air' compressor be followed for disposing of anyone else to do their Christmas
"1 pay last Thursday, Aug 18, following at the police station, being in 1986. However, the owner recovered property," said State Attorney shopping merchandise. : belongingsee
Open HOUSO..V, his arrest by Florida Department transported? 'Bowen's farm. ,That of the compressor Edsel Higgins of Investigator Wiley Clark.
An open house will be held Thurs- of Law Enforcement 'Agent doesn t smack of grand theft," said Waldo who reported the compressor They do not provide any provision ( owen.p.2AI')'

day, August 25, from 4 to 6 p.m.,
for Dr. Jose Jimenez,1 who is '

establishing practise in Starke.a general surgery PoliticalRallies

The event will be held in the -

Bradford Hospital Medical Buildingat 1r I ItT

922 E.Call St. ,


Benefit Dance,.. "
"
The youth of the First United '
M
Methodist Church of Starke are '
'sponsoring a dance for all persons'
past high school age at the church's
fellowship hall this Friday night, OnTap"Two
'Aug. 26, from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Proceeds from the dance will be
split between the medical funds of
two Bradford County children, ;:---- : more political rallies are on
Tabitha Mathews and Britney Cur -' tap at which Bradford voters can geta
personal idea about the candidates

tis.Dance to music ranging from' ,running! in the ,upcoming ,Sept.. 0
Glenn Miller to Elvis Presley to primary '

.The! Beach Boys to Michael '.. '
Jackson Tickets at $5 per person'are Next on tap is a rally this Saturday
available from the church afternoon and night at the Community -'
youth and at the door Center in'Theressa' c the small
,Refreshments will be available. community off SR-100 south toward
Keystone Heights.

Jr. Class Parents...
The second, and at this point final
The parents of all members of rally is a Sept. 1 candidates forum in
the Junior Class plus the class of 4't4e' 1 : w4t the Starke Woman's Club, sponsored
,ficers'at Bradford High School are jointly by: the,Bradford Education
asked to meet at 7:30: p.m. Monday Association and the county, Executive -,
Aug. 29, in the BHS Media Center. Committees of both parties.
1 Topic: Prom dates. ,

FAD to,'Meet..< # Theressa Rally,,,*, .'

Families Against Drugs (FAD);Js, Bring a lawn chair and come to enjoy
set to meet at 7:15: p.m. Tuesday, an old-time political rally at the
Aug. 30, at the Starke Elementary ,Theressa Community Center this.
School Library to play activities for;, ;Saturday night. '" \
the coming school year: Supper will be served starting at 6
Among items to be discussed is 'p.m.. Candidates will begin speaking
the National Red Ribbon Campaign'set ,.d ,at '7 p.m,'
October 2330. Also, youth who, A fish and grits' dinner,' also
attended the NEFTI-88 will reporton featuring baked beans and coleslaw
their experiences and what they ( will precede the speaking.
learned at the camp. 'All interested. All candidates, Democratic and
persons are invited to attend. r Republica....'are candies
yr for five minutes. State
will speak first, followed by local
Holtzendorf.t. candidates'as. they ,appear on the

All persons are Invited to the'' "flt,1 ballot .
'will' be'Elbert
Holtzendorf Farm on Edwards 1 Master of ceremonies
Hersey, The rally is -
Road for a reception and informal spon-
gathering to kick off the Ben ; sored Theressa Volunteer' Fire
Holtzendorf campaign for County Department, ,
Commissioner Distnct. 5, from 4-6 i.I41Ik18t

next Thursday Sept. 1.
p.m .
.Sept. 1 Forum.,..' '
j Democratic and Republican can-
,Republican Meeting... ''didates will be given a chance to air

The Republican Party of Bradford -',, their views in the first Non-Partisan

County will meet Friday }-, Politicing'North 'Florida ... i Political Forum in Bradford County,
Sept, 2, at 722 W,,Madison St.,. history from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday,'
Starke.; U.S. Senate Candidate Bill Gunter speaks to Bradford and Union County residentslast Sept., I in the Starke Woman's Club.,
,All interested persons are encouraged '...,. Saturday at a rally at the farm of former' Union Sheriff John \Vhitrhead' on SK-HM" ) '.. c' 4 Sponsored by the Bradford" Education '-
infor' between Starke and Lake Butler., ,
to attend. For more : the Coun.
mation, please call Ben Holtzen- Some faces in the crowd are Bradford School: Board Chairman Leo Schlofman, ;Max- Association Committees, joined by of both
dorf chairman 964-7961 ie Carter, Sr., Malcolm Lewis. Bradford County Commissioner Male Carter' ', Jr.. and ty Executive
,
parties, the format will allow each
Lake Butler City Councilman Jimmy Whitehead.
Abovei Acting Starke Chief of Police II.F. Wiggins. Candidate Gunter, and former candidate five minutes to present his
Class of, 1953... Union Sheriff John Whitehead, the host Gunter and Wiggins were teammates on a ,1' or her message. At the end of that
George Bowen. president! of
former Suwannee County High School football team.' ,1's' period. ;
BHS class of 1953 will hold its 35th, 'at BEA and moderator, will open the
At right:' Candidate-Gunter and son, Joel. enjoy a conversation the John
class reunion September 3 in the for individual that
forum
questions
Whitehead farm.Joel graduated from t'F last December. and currl"ntlyOorks In his
,Officers Club, Camp Standing., falh r's campaign.. anyone may wish'to ask a particular,
'
'
i Friends, relatives and guests are candidate.
invited. ,' Candidates will be' takenalphabetically

For further information, Call:, Whitehead Farm With Democrats and
Crowd
Gunter
Phoebe Green Bakken, 964-7397;, ,: Campaign Dra\vs: to Republicans, mixed together under
Velmarie D. Edwards 473-4519 or .L the offices for which they are running -:

F.D. Thomas 533-2210. Buster Kahn features the exotic, the subline, soul Wiggins, acting 'chief of police for dicated "his listeners are in afree- ,in the following order -
Please call after 6 p.m, by food seafood and whatever else in Starke. ment with .his asscsssment
BCT; Staff WriterBill 'Sheriff, County Clerk, PropertyAppraiser
Gunter Florida insurance season including bear meat. Gunter'told the 700-800 people at, federal congress. (unopposed), Tax Collec-
The one staple is corn-on-the-cob, the dinner that "1 know where I'm Gunter says that Florida isAmerica's
KLPOA Fish'Fry... tor Supervisor of Elections (
Commissioner and candidate for the unopposed -
boiled in the shuck, which is out of 'from. Too many people represent bright spot, yet School
Members and guests of the U.S. Senate brought his campaign Washington i ignores our needs. He ), Superintendent;;
this 'world. Former Union County only the Florida south of Orlando. Commissioners, District 1.'3
Kingsley Lake Property Owners to candidate's heaven in North Sheriff John Whitehead pioneered in says his election to the U S. Senate County
Association (KLPOA) have set __Florida John Whitehead's farm, the repast, and no one has been able He went on to say that too much will provide Florida's solutions to and 5; School Board District 3
their annual fish fry for Saturday,' known far and wide as the gatheringspot to improve the dish. legislation coming out of the nation's problems. (unopposed), and 4; State House of
and would-be Representatives,Dist.13 and 21,and
the the
10, 3-5 p.m. at the Kingsley for great Washington (D.C.) doesn't help
Sept.Lake Civic Center.UCAP great.U.S.. people it is supposed to help. Gunter When discussing drugs, Gunter State Senate, District 5.
senators, congressmen, sard a "lean-budget is needed withno says- Noreiga (Pamama's strong Light refreshments will be servedby
governors, cabinet members Gunter's Campaign... new taxes." arm general) is'laughing at us...and the Democratic and Republican
Meeting... Judicial and other state elective and Bill Gunter is a native of North Gunter has made "Washingtonisn't it's an outrage. Today, with 70 per- Executive Committees.
appointed officers and county officers Florida, born and reared in Suwannee working,'' as his slogan and cent of the nation's cocaine pouring -
A meeting of the Citizens Coali have broken bread with County, adjacent to. Columbia .pounds on the theme while addressing through Florida,we're getting only 3 The public is cordially invited and
tion Against Pollution (U-CAP) is residents of Union and Bradford County, where he attended Suwannee audiences. Response from the percent of the federal drug enforce urged to attend in order to become
set at 7:30: p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, Counties at Whitehead's dinners for County High School and played group gathered Saturday evening, Gunler..p.zA acquainted with the candidates and
,in the Union County Courthouse. 20 or more years, where the.menu football with his teammate 11.F: August 20,at the Whitehead bash in- (See their platforms.
All persons opposed to the proposed

ed to attend.hazardous' waste site are urg- Improper Zoning Procedures Cost County $25,000 I



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Ballots.
Absentee 'enhanced In certain types of cases,,
made bis
After plaintiff Sara Wood prevailed Ms. Wood agreed' remove them County :Attorney K.A. orfcen. The' Attorney Kopelousos
City Clerk Neil Tucker announces recommendation at the commis- and Attorney Brown could use a
'that absentee ballots are availablein in her zoning suit county com- from the suit. zoning procedure in itself would sioners mid-m'onth meeting. multiplier of 2.5 to increase his
missioners agreed Aug. 17 to settle The plaintiffs persisted, the case have been permissible had it been
his office for the Sept. 13 nonpartisan Wednesday August 17 charges to $42,000. He also told the
primary in Starke. the case which will cost the county was prosecuted, attorney fees were property advertised. Making the recommendation was commissioners that an appeal could

The ballots must be returned by some $25,000.Attorney won from the county, The total cost of the lawsuit, in- one thing, but selling the idea to the cost an additional $3-4,000, with no

election day.Upcoming.. Ms. Wood"owns a large' farm, cluding the settlement with Attorney. commissioners was somethingelse.Only guarantee of winning.
'Kopelousos
John who
In handing down his decision July
Brown came to
approximately
after several agonizing
460 directly across CR. ,
Bradford County in the some acres
represented 21B from the Yates property. $25,000. The commissioners have minutes of discussion and consideration 27. Circuit Judge Stephan P. Mickle
... 17-month-cld case, advised the com-
"reserved to determinethe
their ,John Kopelousos jurisdiction
Brown paid attorney were commissioners able to see
Represented by Terry
Public meetings scheduled In the issioners to setUe the issue"and by paying for the past Attf. ,, she has $8,700 former county attorney 'J, the validity of, settling the, suit., amount of such reasonable fees
$15,000 to the plaintiffs, putit and costs if the are unable to
coming weeks aret resisted having mobile homes Reginald Flynn $700-800 and current rather than pursuing an appeal. parties
Starke Zoning Board 7 behind: you. located in the area. Ms. Wood wantsto county attorney R.A. Green. about stipulate to the amount.' Attorney
Hall 'Commissioners were old by Attorney Kopelousos said he, did not think
in the same
g.25, City keep the area zoned for single amount.
.A political rally is set at me suit was brought by Sarah'' family residential homes. Attorney Brown has said the plain- Kopelousos that theplaintiff" Judge Mickle would approve $42,000
1 Theressa at 8:30: p.m. Saturday Wood and 45 other area land ownerin tiffs at one time would have dropped, attorney, Terence Brown, In attorney's fees but he might well
Aug. 27, sponsored by the Theressa opposition to Bradford County In ruling 'for Mrs. Wood JUOB! the suit "for an apology and about spent 168 hours on the case, which approve more than the $15,000 for
Volunteer Fire Department. Commissioners, Bradford County Mickle found the county commis- $1,000." However the suit moved amounts to $16,800 at current' at' which Attorney Brown has agreed to
Bradford County Zoning Board; Zoning Board and others In a battleto sion in violation of the Florida Sun- toward litigation. torney rates of $100 per hour. Court ,settle.
Tuesday Aug. 30,7 p.m. keep mobile homes from being shine Law. The county was found to costs in excess of $1,000 add to the In the end, the' commissioners
7.An all-party political rally Is set located on the east side CR-21B Just beat fault in its zoning meeting procedure Commissioner Maxie Carter'' Jr. amount.of liability by the county. voted unanimously to settle the
from 6-9 p m. Thunday.Sept. 1, in off SB-100. The property was rezoned *and advertising procedures, said he never was approached by the litigation by paying the$19,000.
the Starke Woman's Club, sponsored back to single family reglilential by improper pouting of signs .ana plaintiffs to.nettle for an apology Attorney K..i..tl"iuM>ti pointed, out Attorney Kopelousoa assured the
by the Bradford Education. before the suit', ..l the it.iutM! .<>( failure t.) udyertUe thecuinunasienr'a and $1,0110." The offer would have that the rase might well come under commissioner that Attorney Brown
Association Jerry and Xv''u>i wuited to l>.* ibuiuvtU liimi thc.uit ruling was on u technicality, says tendered. Carter llald.I. which attorney's fees may be case following the settlement.I .




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. County Approves Expansion of Health Department: Building With :Funds, I Iby


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Buster Rahn part of the parcel rezoned for a used County Finance Director Esther Chairman Mosley told County Attorney t_ quests and make recommendations, August called 24 for, at Wednesday 7:30: p.m.BRONZING evening, I
the board their
at
PCT Staff Writer car lot. The new owner Harold Bld- Ellerson said other' people have Buzzy Green and O'Neal t,D to !next meeting.
Bradford County Commissionerswere dex, wants the car lot expanded to similar problems, and to refund the prepare a draft proposal incorporating
pleasantly surprised Wednes- accommodate recreational vehicles penalty charge to Luke may open the changes agreed upon.
day night, August 17, by Bradford and boats.There was no objection to the flood gates.,
County Medical Director Jeffrey the request, and the commissioners Even though the motion had been Budget Problems... Baby Shoe
Rubin,' when he sought approval to upheld the zoning board's recom- adopted Carter rescinded his motion -,, County Clerk Gib Brown advise
expand the Bradford County Health mendation to approve. keeping the gate'closed on the group that the proposed budge t SALE!
Department Building at no cost ,to The second request was presentedin refunding penalty assessments. remains$1,382,000 out of balance.
behalf of owner Willie Troy Luke,
the county The commissioners have 'nov
The commissioners promptly ap- who wants to raise greyhoundsdogs Revise Ordinance... reviewed all departmental budgetsbut O
proved the request in a 5-0 vote. ( ) on land currently zoned for Solid Waste Director Darrell have not begun the process of bringing :
,Dr Rubin said his department mobile homes. The 188 acres Is O'Neal told the commissioners that expenditures in line will
received from the located off NE 2nd St. between revenues.
a $100,000grant charges for solid waste disposal *
State, earmarked for expansion of Laura Church 'Road 'and, Marklee, should be revised,. for commercial Chairman Mosley and Clerl k
the building. Matching funds are not, Starling Road. establishments.The Brown agreed to review budget re-
required, Dr. Rubin said. The commissioners upheld the ordinance is being revised on' ?
Dr. Rubin did have a request for zoning board's recommendation in a sliding scale to reflect the amountof ;
funds, though. The proposed expansion approving the rezoning from mobile solid waste, being generated, ,, DURING
will utilize land currently used homes to open rural. No one objected rather than being placed in one of AUGUST
4 & .
for parking, and street-side parkingon to the reclassification. three in Age Up
categories currently use.
residential Church Street Is insufficient The ordinance will also provide for Classes Resume Sept.12 ONLY
for their needs. Dr. Rubin Almost a Winner..
buildings to be earlier on
pointed out After getting a favorable ruling on the solid waste picked assessment up 'roll, REGISTER NOW! -. Style 51 Unmounted
,A foot wide of land is ? .Shot 811ghl Bronze
50 strip his rezoning request Willie Troy rather than giving the owner the :
available Dr. Rubin said. It is adjacent .Ballet
Luke told the commissioners he NOW
first year gratis, as the current pro- Now Is the time $1347
to the Health Department, run- recently paid $31 penalty and Interest cedure does. 'I'Jp.Jaa to save on bronzing ONLY eachbabY'1
ning from Cherry'' St. to Church St. on a solid waste assessment, The commissioners turned down a precious shoe With Reg. 17.95
The owner'a Ms. Kimmons, is ask-.
and
wants the $31 returned. to
proposal assess apartmentowners
adorable scuff and crease
ing $25,000 for the parcel,which has Luke the land every
explained title to at 80 percent occupancyrate. ,preserved In solid metal'
been appraised at$15,000,but is probably was in transition when notices were ,The current ordinance provides
make gifts for
worth $18,000 Dr. Rubin said. mailed, and neither he nor his for landlords to pay $75 per they priceless your
Chairman Lawrence Mosley said family to cherish through me} years
brother, the former owner, received unit per year, rented or not.
he and Commissioner E.L. Norman the notice. The 'commissioners agreed to .
will look into the land purchase. Luke emphasized that he was not allow the $75 assessment to be dis- '
contesting the $75 assessment, but counted for'early payment, as extended s! 'DIOof.'D.M -
Two Parcels Rezoned... \
only the which was unfairly to property taxes. They .
Zoning Director Darren O'Neal charged he said.Commissioner. agreed also to allow' the assessa- { E., '. .--
,told commissioners the zoning board Joe Riddick said, ment to be paid in installments, but Old Armory sp3t. y,..ua., 'Slyto! 45 Portrait Sure)'
recommended the rezoning of two "If it was just paid late then there only if ad valorem taxes are being Across from BUS w.8'8'on,...,..'.....onghl,. aeM_Mow... (witfl BilO Ffim.)
parcels of land in the, July ,26 should be no recovery, but since two paid in installments. 964-7098 or 964-6792 NOW $2172 NOW 22 BiM. Broiut NOWOMir
meeting.j; the names were involved. I'd favor'' : Roo $25 9& np$444.es Reg. $6650 $49.88
first situated in
The parcel .
,corner of SR-100 and CR-235, some 8 returning Commissioner the $31.Maxie Carter Jr. SPICIAI.-lleby'name, MrtttdM ..graved-only 25* pr Iett.eL

miles west of Starke. The former moved to refund the$31 and the motion Tina's of favorite
Salon Many
Beauty your
owner, Sidney Hall recently had carried 5-0. ,
,mementos can be bronzed.

. Forsyth Rd. To Be Paved Perms .......................19.50. slippers Boots of are al sizes also available and ballet at '

,Shampoo/Set..............:6.00 SALE PRICES! i ,
commissioners Commissioner Wilbur Waterssaid ,
County are expressing ink ,
a desire to pave Forsyth the paving will have to be donein All styles In Bright Bronx, Antique Bronx, "Pewter,Silver, ,
Road during the next budget year, two stages, but that Is probably Gold and Porcalalnlza at SALE PRICES-29; OFFI)

but have only about half enough better. Waters said grades and I" Walk-In Welcomed I SALE ENDS AUGUST 31CHASTAIN'S ,, '" ,
money In the budget to do the job. bridges tend to wash out when the --
The problem was discussed at the county attempts to pave long stretches JEWELRY & GIFTS
Aug. 17 board meeting. Commis- of road, adding to the total cost
104 W.. Call St. Starke 964-7271
sioners want to begin the afford :of paving by having to replace fill. 3 1/2 miles N. of 301 964-2864
but made it clear they cannot
to pave the road if funds also must,
go to purchase right-of-way.
Eunice Road, about, the same
length, approximately 3 miles,,cost,
some $500,000 to pave.: '
With$225,000 in the budget for pav-(
FINAL CLEARANCE !

Bowen
.

From page 1A II __ CLOSE'OUT.SALE. i

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to victims in the evidence room at
;the police department, said Clark. .
The second charge of official ,
misconduct concerns a letter in
April 1988 to Markle Supply Co. in !
,PA stating a local insurance agent
was a member of the Starke Police t "..
Department and entitled to receive a
weapon at police cost and without ':1988: 'a. C I 4 ( paying sales tax. In reality, the '
citizen has never been a paid .R
'employee of the police departmentby
his own admission. er
an
In ;980, then Sheriff John M. Shortof g 7195After
Pasco County was indicted for the ,- -...', '.-'-.. '-. r ,,,,, -'- "\
'
same charge after he wrote a letterto ..
Smith and Wesson making the, .I .
'same request, stating that an individual Rebate ...
was a. ''member of the' x
sheriff's office when he indeed was '
not,, according to the Southern No Money "
Reporter,a composite of legal cases "
,which offer precedent. Down' ,
The crime is not in the individual fij.
receiving the gun; the crime is the
lying concerning the Individual be-
ing a police officer according to Investigator
Clark. It is also a Federal

violation, a more serious violation. '
,said Clark. ,
FDLE Agent Fuentez is conducting -; 1988Bronco
an,inventory,of the propertyroom NO MONE1
at the police department. At ,
the request,of the acting Chief of H 4x2
Police Major H. F.Wiggins,Fuentezis DOWN .
assisting the police department in' ,
the proper procedure for disposingof
evidence. '

k'' 5-speed Air. AM/FM Stereo

..Gunter. ? w/Cassette.V-6 Engine.Luggage
Rack. Deluxe Wheel Trim.
From page 1A, '"l Premium Sound System. Cloth

&Vinyl Seat Trim. RWL Tires.
ment money.;When elected to-thel 1 0.4 ads 'A' .. Deluxe Tutone Paint.
a
Senate, Gunter says he will work to
Sale Priced at
cut off foreign aid to countries that ass Only After Rebate '
supply drugs get military help
along our coasts,put drug education ..
in' the schools and end drug treatment -

waiting lists., 1988, 'FORD 1988 .AerostarWagon,


Gunter zero'd in on waste of tax Cloth Captains Chairs.. Air Cond.
.
TEMPO GL
dollars in defense procurement,and .
promised to work for Integrity in, Privacy Glass Rear Window Washer,

Bidding for supplies, and services by Air Cond.. ,Speed Control, ,Wiper. RW Defrost,Auto..Trans.. Speed "
Pentagon officials.
Control. Tilt Wheel XL Trim
.
Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Stereo
He supports the presidential line
item i veto, requested by past and
present 'presidents'' from both 1
$13,6O4NO
political parties.. $9280' .L

Gunter resigned his position as insurance -.
commissioner, effective
January I, 1989.The cabinet positionwill MONEY DOWN
be filled in the fall election. His .
term has two more years to run,and After Rebate '
his successor will serve the unex- Festiva L Plus
pired portion of the term. t

\;"
SUPER .,,. :d. 2 Door; Cloth Bucket Seats.

Family... 4-Speed. Air Conditioned

Gunter's grandfather, ,J.W' SAVINGS
Senterfitt, was a Baptist minister in $
the Live. Oak area two generations 6,432 After

ago. His parents Dawson, age 83, SALE : w' Rebate
and Tille Senterfitt Gunter have

moved from Suwannee County, to .. ,


: Orlando.Joel Gunter,23 a recent graduateof TERWILLEGAR ;MOTORS

the University of Florida with a
BS degree in public relations, was 1
traveling with his father.
473-FORD
The Gunter entourage moved out 964-72OO: : ,388-FORD ,
shortly; after dinner, headed for # Starke 371-1096 Keystone Hgts -
Jacksonville,'where the Jefferson- Ga1nesv1lle. Jacksonville: '
Jackson dinner was featuring Lloyd 209 W. Madison State Road.21.
Bentsen Democratic candidate for
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I Commission to Lease Two Motor Graders '

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by'Buster Rahn graders, 4 units under the residual engine. The Tessee can do the job for stallment ayme iL Increase the; "
BCT SUfi Writer lease being offered to Bradford somewhat less money, if he so price substantially because of interest -
In a called meeting.Monday afternoon County, and i from the John Deere desires. rates. VOTE FOR AND ELECT
August 22. Bradford County dealer. He also said Suwannee and Road Foreman J.B. Crawford Hill says the Lake City branch has
Commissioner were briefed on the Hamilton Counties are 100 percenton estimates the graders will accrue two new units on hand, available for
advantages of leasing heavy duty the program, with other about 1,000 hours of running time per immediate delivery.
equipment, more particularly motor neighboring counties entering the Bradford Commissioners asked
graders, and decided to lease two pr ram.model year.When asked ''how many motor Hill to make them an offer for two
units 12G Caterpiller motor graders the county needs, Crawford old units which he agreed to do.Commissioners MITCHELLBROWN
Mark Hill, representing the Lake grader was offered to Bradford said, "We need a total of four new Maxie Carter Jr.
County on a 5 year lease (or 5,000 ,
City branch of the giant Rlngpower graders, and Wilbur Waters Indicated con-
hours) for $28,000.: plus a maximum The six graders, siderable interest in the
Corporation, presented what he called county now owns ; program
' '"total cost bidding" In which expensive of $3,500 for repairs. Routine some of which are "old and the other three commissioners
heavy duty equipment is maintenance, such as tires, batteries vote." Crawford said he Bardpressed agreed it is the'feasible way for
leased over a five year period atessentially oil changes, etc., will add to to keep 3 In operating condition Bradford County to go. An Informal
fixed rates, including the cost. out of the six owned by the county agreement to lease two units was
repairs. At the end of the contract Hill mentioned one additional COItiwhich given Hill, with the understanding aformal.
period the lessee has an option to U called both lessee and Hill said the county can make its vote will be taken Wednesday .
purchase the equipment at a prior lessor ft an "oil sample," own repairs and charge Ringpower night, August 24, in a called Co, Comm. Dist. OneHetll
agreed upon; price. In which oil samples are taken for Corporation, as long as the county meeting.
analysis to determine the amount of charges one dollar less than
It differs from a lease-purchase ground metal and other foreign mat Ringpower' hourly rate of $40 per The county has more than $100,000
agreement. In that the lessee does ter in the oil pan.From the analysis, hour labor.After the county accrues earmarked for maintenance of road
not own the equipment at the end of a determination may be made of the $3,500 In repairs during the five year equipment, to be spent mostly on l'''
: the contract nor does he have any condition of the engine and other lease, Rlngpower Is obligated to pay i road graders, Mosley said. Leasing
obligation to purchase it. component parts, and the treatment for all repairs above that figure. twit' graders should allow the com-
Hill told the Bradford Commis- being accorded the equipment. If The county has the option of payIng missioner to reallocate some of the
sioners that Columbia County Ringpower does the oil sample, the ""' by the month, by the year, or money to other areas,or reduce the
recently acquired 7 new motor.: cost is $120 for each 250.hours,on the mnlrlntf! a Single payment, but In deficit,



, 1"'.<,, Commission Adopts ;New Culvert Ordinance I v. 5 1

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It is now Unlawful to Install a discussed. Temporary culverts may period will be allowed for the ownerto that so many county residents don't

,culvert without a permit from the be of a type approved by the remedy the fault. Thereafter, the have a culvert and their driveways ,
Bradford County Road Department.And superintedent of''roads,, the law county road crews may"make the ,block ditches, plus timber cutters stand up for what's right. -
the culvert is subject to stan states. corrections and bill the owner for the put fill dirt In ditches to have accessto
dards. Not just any pipe can be plat, '"The culvert shall be of sufficient expenses incurred. If the charge is timberland, says Commission
ed in a county ditch. diameter to permit water flow not paid within 30 days after billing, Chairman' Lawrence Mosley. He'll have the to
Final adoption of the culvert or volume so as to not obstruct free, a lien will be placed on the parcel of Timber harvesting firms would be courage say
dinance, No. 88-2, came at the Aug. 1 drainage in the ditch." A metal cor land served by the culvert, and collection required to install a temporary no if it's not to the best interest:
meeting ,of the Bradford County rugated cylinder, or pipe, no less made according to law. culvert rather than blocking "
Commission. The long-awaited ordinance than 18 inches In diameter and no Completion of a drainage projectIn drainage ditches with fill. A tem to the taxpayers.
passed 5-0 on a motion by less than 24 feet long, Is specified.Or progress In the; Lincoln City area" porary permit would be required.
''Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., specifications currently in effect just south of Starke delayed the Commissioner Joe Riddick asked,
seconded by Commissioner Joe Rid- by the state of i "Will we have a fee? We should.'
Department passage of the new law for 30 days He'll treat all ''with'the
.,"'.''.: i dick. The Board waited a month to Transportation (DOT) for culverts at the request of Commissioner The county can't oversee the culvert same
,! pass the law so a Lincoln City drive used on state rights-of-way. Wilbur Waters, who said it would be, ordinance without a fee, and other courtesy and business' like manner.He' .
, to culverts covered and ,counties charge for culvert permits,
place
already under It shall be completely unfair!: to,require a certain type of '
,'I :, :, way, would not be subject to the maintained by the owner of the 'culvert after some residents have said Riddick.
,,i.. ,1; :I', standards a culvert. land which is serviced by the already bought one. And, the com '"I'm against a fee. Residents pay ....w..
" ',"'I'" st'tq' The ordinance, to be known! as the, driveway or road.A .. mission amended the original ordinance enough now,"' said Commissioner !! always have an open ;mind
Bradford County Culvert Ordinance. to include a provision for a ,Wilber, Waters. for ideas and for the
stipulates that every private road or permit must be.obtained from 'temporary culvert, such as Is needed "It is one of the few services we suggestions ,
'driveway shall have a culvert Installed the Superintendent of Roads of', by timber cutters. can still provide free of charge,," betterment of the District &
in the ditch adjacent to the Bradford County ,(J.B. Crawford),, 'pointed out Chairman Lawrence, County.,
county road it joins. 'and will be issued without charge. County commissioners plan to' Mosley.
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Awaiver, may be granted if the continue the county practice of Installing -, The commission was unable''to
Purpose of the new law is Co keep culvert is at the crest of a hill, for example culverts free of charge if a balance its budget without using left He'll'alwayshave; the taxpayers
county road ditches open for where blockage of the ditch resident provides the fill dirt and over funds, Commissioner Riddick
.drainage. 'Timber cutters blocking 'would not Impede drainage. pipe But a permit will be required, pointed out"',The time of free sern 'interest,at heart.
ditches with fill dirt and residents If violations occur a ,written ,,and the specified type of culvert required 'vices is over, said Riddick.
with improper types of pipe are problems 'notice delivered by registered mail However;' the vote was 4-1 against a
commissioners nave long will be sent to the owner, A 30 day Reason for the proposed ,law:is culvert, permit, ,fee.,., : Your, vote and 'support,

will be greatly, appreciated.
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'I Olivia Scott, ''R.A. Green ,Named To 'Bradford Hospital BoardBradford I PP. POt. ADV.


Hospital Administrator and its decisions provide policies by George Shuford. Frank Mitchell. Green, Olivia Scott J.E. O'Steen I
Rip O'Steen announced the appointment which the hospital .operates, In- ,Jesse Moore, -Jr.. II. H. Adams,' hospital administrator; Robert Hud;
of two new members to the cluding tenure of the hospital ad- M.D., Carlos Hernandez, M.D., Ed 'son, vice-president, Santa Fe Health
Bradford County Hospital Board- ministrator O'Steen said. win Bennett, Stephenson Buzzy Systems.
R.A.. (Buzzy) Green and Olivia "The board represents a cross section -
Scott....-, ,_-* 4 of the community" O'Steen
Ms. Scott was named to the board said, in naming the board members.
,, to filk-tti vacancy create by the The 13 members are: Al K. Carlisle, .,, nor f ?
deathW Mrs. R.A. GreefrfSr: chairman, Anna Felos, sec/trea.
Green's position was recently lti h, ? I
created in expansion of the board by The Standard
CatJLI UI1
I hospital officials. Performance./ RODNEY :HALL
1 The board now has 13 members\ e ,
serving 3 year staggered; terms,providing s ,
continuity, since one third of
the board will terminate each year. -wwl..n-
The hospital has policy of allowing banwwn.dyI I CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION ,TO
each board''member to serve not -H.......... ar..lr br.Ye..l. ;
more than 3 terms. r .
\ Prior to being taken over by Santa HO 30.GTX 10W30.
Fe'Health Care Systems. the old GTX 10W40. GTX
hospital board had no restrictions on 20WSO THE 'BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL'; BOARD

length George Shuford of service serving resulting'more than in 89tQt. ', :' : ,;, :' : <" ''::; : ;:f,: ''','' ,
;
20 years. Shuford is still on the ,: ,",:, ;
hospital board,but now comes under> "
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Jhe new policy Sale prices good through Wa .6/31 ',I" ,,'
Bradford County Hospital Board is "
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a policy making entity, that goes far Transmission Special' caslrolDezronn A PERSONAL, MESSAGE -T0$ 'Bradford.. County Voters;..of.'Distr1ct':: 4 ,, .. I"i.: : \\\i/;./(, '
beyond being an advisory group., \ :" : (. ,

The board meets every-two months ,,; 1 04 THANK YOU, for 'allol:" 1g 'me, to'represent" 'you on 'the '' Bradford County" /ehooi'' ',A r? ,

Parent's Night, : each Board ,in past,years 11, have served ;you, and will continue, to .serveyou'if'reelected : :'V' ",;' i'

Set Friday, p.m., ry4 Engineered to minimize with ,a, genuine commitment, and with dignity. ';:'

''It's Parent's Night at 7 p.m. I viscosity breakdown and '
tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 26)) in.'the extend life. Dexron transmission II. 'would like continue a's. your'' hool Board member"'from District :4. 'I'

Bradford High gymnasium. for ,am'presently'campaigning' : for re-election, and if I have'"riot, personally talked, to
Drawing on
Register "
cheerleaders, Varsity and and junior football varsity playerswill Custom Sport CHAU1NOW you', please accept my sincere, apology. Asa: 'per'soOal: ''pledge of'over' twenty years,

be Introduced. ,. SteeringWheet '1 have'not,' ,erected 'campaign' signs along; our roads as'' it, contributes to more'litter_

A football scrimmage: will follow'at by Grant to be ,," .however, I' DO WANT :YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT.i ; .. ,tv,, ';.':, ," '.; ','; ,1\)1":';::?:\ < \>
8 for given away Sept. 1.1 8 'r ,- ( i \'(' J '' :,5 ;i"'W/A; / > '
",,Your support is needed to help No purchase < i > '", !', '', ', f.'i..A' ; "%>'I(., ,'",
win fact schools'are ;'in excellent-;;;-
provide your son or daughter necessary YOUR SCHOOLS'ARE: GETTING BETTER. .In your;
the rewards others in the past have 'condItion. A'team effort of Concerned Parents ,' dedicated 'School;,Workforce.and

received. I am and sure also we enjoy will the all AUTOMOTIVE' Board ,Members. has made ,,a'' difference. We have accomplished muchf.V '' ,''? ,;', ';, i'j/;/'" I Ia ;' '
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benefit from '
PARTS CENTER ; "< ; '. \
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fellowship of each other as ; !' ,
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cheerleader and football parents 660 N.Walnut St. a Starke STUDENt' 'TES1;, SCORES:; are improved: < ,", ,", II'' ''>',' ;',;, >' J:

_ and coaches Director," said David Head Hurse.Coach and 964-5644 a BUILDINGS ,are clean'and well maintained "I,"

Athletic- e' The-BUS FLEET has been modernized i .( ,, ,' ,,),,
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.' PUPILTEACHER"RATIO, is lower '" :; > .
a ,FOOD SERVICE is excellent'' with reasonable cost' ', V
''Notice 'of Budget Hearing ', '
.AUDIT'REPORTS'' excellent ', '" .

EMPLOYEE ''BENEFITS"are .better ,..,' ,'/, ',.. .' ,"\ 1,"],(; ," ,"',
The Bradford County- Board of County 'S ,SAFETY RECORD 'is.excellent : ', ; I,

Commissioners will hold Its first public hearing on CLASSROOM CONSTRUCTION" ..COSTS' have been 'reduced by'fifty'percent'utili ing
the County Budget for the fiscal of 1988-89. '' j
year I' 'lf ',; i;; '
,; labor' : <
inmate ) ;
'This hearing will be held at the Bradford
w'have' ,! joined other small counties for SELF-INSURANCE and other cooperative
Courthouse In the County Commissioners Room on .,
Thursday. Sent ember 8. 1988 at 8:00: D.m: programs to SAVE THOUSANDS OF'TAX DOLLARS 'I'' ,"!: '

All citizens of Bradford County are Invited to ., :The 1988-1989 SCHOOL TAX LEVY IS LOWER than last year ,
i attend this hearing.: 1

I-am still enthused about serving ,on your School Board, as I believe it is

;,' the most ,important' elected office in, our 'land. .SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS'' ARE SCHOOL ,

Gilbert S. Brown Lawrence Mosley Bather B. Ellerson POLICY MAKERS TODAY.. MOREOVER, THEY ALSO HAVE A BIG RESPONSIBILITY IN DEVELOPING -

Clerk,to the Board ,Chairman of Board County, Finance Dlr.iloan. LEADERS OF TOMORROW., Our ,most precious resources.are our young people.


,__ My ''FUTURE'GOAL.,'' is tp help 'MAKE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS EVEN BETTER.,,, Our School
4" Board Policies' MUST PROMOTE A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, and we must maintain a workplacethat

recognizes ''productivity and quality: ,task that\you consider re-electing a.

Public, Notice dedicated caring and experienced School, Board -Member.

THANK' QU FOR YOUR VOTE: AND SUPPORT
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"j : The Town Council .Brooker will h

',' meet on Tuesday August 30, 1988, at t/T tf? 9'

7:30 p.m. ,at Brooker City Hall for .....
their first tentative budget; meeting. ROD '! P. HALL

'., PD. POL. AD.AUICUR' .

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Human Bones Indentified as Indian;
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remains found several ,feet
:Present Police Situation underground In the New River iwamp t
have been positively Identified as Indian,
Ken Johnson (archeologist with the, ,

Shows Need for Charter ChangeLet yesterday Florida State, Museum in Gainesville).said' (


Johnson,who had previously declined to t

For years, it has been said the Starke place the Indian tag on the skull and mixed
N
us remember that the Florida in less bones said that a, qualified fellow archeologist
is operated a
Department of Law Enforcement professional (who asked not to be Identified)'
(FDLE) has examined Police Chief than manner by a chief had concluded the remains indicate that

Jimmy Bowen and his department who has never become a certified law from nine to 13 people were buried in the
its several of enforcement officer and is an embar- mound, with ages ranging between nine
from A to Z during years and 40 4
years.
probing with under-cover agents and rassment to the city. The chiefs arrest 0s

with 'a convicted drug dealer, Blaine no matter if he is exonerated of Johnson said identification of the re-
mains Indian
as being was made from the
Thompson, singing his head off,about the charges is ,another embarrass- teeth in one skull which had a tell-tale

local drug activity which saw some 30 ment to the city. shovel-shapedformation on the back of the

persons convicted. ,The illegal drug ac- But in fact, up-to-now Chief Bowen incisors, peculiar to Indians.

tivity reached high, to former Major has been unbeatable/and unopposed Since the remains were found by acci- 2r.

Scotty Rhoden,. now in federal prison. much of the time. There has been no' dent in a hole dug'by Clifton Rosier while s r

To 'Chief Bowen's credits no drug concerted drive by cityvoters, or the city said metal-detecting they were too near far New from River the proposed Johnson

charges have been filed against him. commission to raise standards of the hazardous waste treatment site on SR121to

However the FDLE investigatorsfound police department.In have bearing on the suit brought by a

an ,air- compressor (which was recent discussions, city commis- citizens coalition opposing of Bradford/Union pollution. J.R. Wilkinson County .

stolen property that should have been sioners have, talked about combiningthe who lives in the area thinks, however, they
stored at police headquarters) at the city Police Department with the Indicate that similar remains may be

home of a Bowen relative. This county Sheriff's Department'timing' it, found in mounds closer to the controver-

discovery resulted in one count of with Chief Bowen's retirement,The cij sial Ellerbee Curve site recommended by

grand theft against the Chief There ty charter can be changed to abolish the Department. of Environmental Regulation. OSCEOLA'Famed

was also one count of official miscon- the Police Department by city,voters'or Since Florida law forbids Indian Warrior
duct in non-related incident.. Florida Legislature : disturbing
by the city burial grounds of any description,Wilkin- '
The charges are third degree fathers say. One would think that with son feels the New River discovery will lead Complete forests of another era have' were parts of a great migration from northeastern
felonies', a serious charge but less only 25,000 residents in Bradford County -: to others that could force DER to abandonthe been exposed by the dredging operation at Asia. Nomadic tribes ,came
'serious than first or second and Starke, that one law enforce-i site north of Raiford. DuPont'a ilmenite mine on Trail Ridge across ,the land bridge from'Siberia to
a degree The State east of Starke. Some of the trees are still, Alaska during the Pleistocene (Ice Age),
would be all that is Department of Archeology has
felony, Chief Bowen if convicted ment department
said that in standing in an upright position. Sharks Oceans were much lower at that time than
could get up to'five years in prison. ,needed.. Combining such functions as survey made any to determine event, DER whether must /have burial* teeth and manatee bones have been foundin now, forming a land mass like a bridge

However, it would be the chiefs first communications, for instance, would sites are within the designated 320-acre the deep sinkhole between Brooker and'' across the Bering Strait. _

conviction. It is doubtful if Chief save big money. tract of prison property before it can final- Graham, sure proof that the ,sea once The first Indians were nomadic game

Bowen faces any time behind bars. But in the final analysiS 'St rke ly be submitted to the Governor and covered this !entire area. hunters, but around 5,000 B,C,, they began '
Cabinet for approval. This could entail a to "settle down", live in communal
FDLE and the assistant state's at- voters, alerted to the need, should be ,time-consuming process that may delayuse Seminoles or Timucuans? Villages, and plant corn and other crops.
torney who brought these charges are the ones to determine whether or not of the site for hazardous waste treat- The Seminole Indians, a renegade
their the Police Department should be ment by months or even years. branch of the Creek nation were the last Arrival in Florida
'doing duty.- Attorney Terry
Brown defending Chief Bowen calls It'a eliminated, or whether the Chief Johnson could not estimate the age of the fought redmen by in our this grandfathers area and the in tribe the that series was of t Starting about 1,000 B.C, (the Transi-
tional Period), Ideas and tools
be Twice, already Indian 'remains, that different new new
'should saying
appointed. ,
,witch hunt.Meanwhile., Seminole Indian Wars.in the 1830s and
brought here by migrating peoples changed -
voters have turned down an types of soil, with varying degrees of acidity -
Starke ap- MOB
: They were tough opponentsthe
the territory that is now Florida from a
,
Acting Chief H.F Wiggins -, ,could affect the reaction of minerals on
Seminole "wild
Now the name men"'andfought
chief at the polls. means
,,
pointive
hunting, root-and-berry
,a' former state, highway' bones, making it difficult to estimate age.! : fishing economyto
to the bitter end to save what they
demands of and of stepped-up one that produced some of the needed
economy He said it could range anywhere from 75 to '
patrolman has been placed in charge considered "their land" from the white'
food .
'efficiency have made the need for this ,80 years to_thousands, by agriculture.At
man.'
and is working hard to improve the -
s lf- vident. the beginning of the historical period
change
Area Under the Sea
the .'
department., 'They were preceded by Timucuans.a around 1500,' Florida Indians numbered
'Bradford and Union Counties, like the, more peaceful and civilized tribe of about 25,000. They were sometimes friendly -
rest of Florida were completely submerged ''agricultural Indians who were victims of and helpful to newcoming white settlers,
Parties Need '"to Focus under the sea millions of years ago. Sea diseases brought to the, peninsula by but were often hostile to the invaders of
,Both, level rose and fell with the alternate Spanish and French invaders. Two and a their homeland and fought bravely in a los
I melting and freezing of ice during the ice half centuries after the coming of Ponce de! ing battle to keep possession Of it.
Issues age. When sea level rose, sand was Leon in,1513, most of the aboriginal In- ,
More Important
,On : deposited over swamps. When sea level dians had disappeared. Nemathla's Message
fell for the last time Trail Ridge, running '
north and south between; Starke and Migrated from Asia During treaty negotiations with the,

Don't 'blame Dan Quayle for the was incapacitated. Instead, he dropped Kingsley Lake was exposed to the eastern According to Tebeau's "History of white chief men Nemathla during the delivered Indian wars the ag-
ing the following
brouhaha now threatening to derail the excellence from his criteria in favor of ,margin of what is now Bradford County. Florida", the first Indians in the peninsula poignant speech expressing his people's

GOP :presidential campaign before it ,expediency' reluctance to be moved into reservations

reaches the first whistlestop. He probably : Mr. Bush had five months in which to 'hi South Florida. He said:

did what ,many ambitious, make this crucial decision. He delayed ../ Letters to the Editor:', ; '''W 'are'poof and needy;'we do noi ome

energetic, and overly self-confident until the last,minute; ,saying he,wantedthe : lJ ....' ;_'.",j", ... .... here your,to Justice murmur,and or humanity complain.; .we., we hope rely, you on
would have done when offered announcement to be
young men a surprise on will not send us south to a country where
on a silver platter the'opportunityto the last night of the' GOP convention. neither the hickory nut, the acorn nor the

run for vice president- said yes. Then, on the way to New Orleans on a Re: Bradford CountyDump Drug'Problem Needs persimmon grows... As for me, I' am old
riverboathe said he and poor; too poor to move from my
was
Mississippi so
But George Bush was old enough and And Old Tires More Than
Slogan village to the south. I am attached to the
presumably experienced enough in the impressed and overcome by the ma-, Dear EditorOur "Just Say No" spot Improved by my own labor and can,

devious ways of politics to know better.. jestic river trip that he decided to go homes are across the railroad track'' Dear Editor: not believe my white friends will drive me
Quayle may have tried (successfully) to ahead and spring the surprise two days from the Bradford County dump. Our from it." But his pleading was in vain. The
early. He did, and it WAS a su rise-an No cute simple phrase like "Say No to Indians finally left in sorrow.Forestry .
avoid front line service in the Viet Nam neighborhood has been infested with mos- Drugs" is going to have much effect in the
War by serving a stint in the National unfair one to Senator Quayle, giving quitoes for months I We cannot go out into "War on Drugs", Killing all present and
'him only a couple of hours before going our yards and they invade our homes.
Guard (with the help of family and past illegal drug culture peopledrug'
in front of TV where he obviously When we first began to notice that the mos-
cameras was cartel people, neighborhood dealers, and
friends) doubtless others .
pulled
; many ,
for to quito situation was getting worse, we
ill-prepared questions put neighborhood promoters is not to
these to their benefit.. He waited and going '
same strings hoped that the truck that
either. sheriff in
it No
him by the eager media.So ,stop county in any Bradford CountyBy
may have been a C-minus student in col- sprays for mosquitoes would come by and county in Florida has the capability I i.e,,
the real question is not Dan spray. It has been out our way once.
lege (but Bush himself admits to flunk the resources and the one-person wisdomto
chemistry.' And Quayle may have 'Quayle's military record (admittedlynot The mosquitoes continued to get worse.., take on the International Drug Cartel David W.Norton
spent most of his college 'career at the' best), nor- his other shortcomings We then noticed a large collection of old and even try to organize a "War on County Forester
decision I tires right across the tracks from our ,Drugs". The sheriff has enough of a -,
does this
but-, what problem
say "As oak" is
,
fraternity parties and the golf course-: homes. The tires not visible until strong as an an expression'we've
were we to drunks
the
trying keep off the
but these are not the most crucial issues about George Bush? What does it say went for a walk as a wooded,area Is bet. highway, the thieves at bay and families all used at one time or another. It,
has led us to believe that oaks indestructible
of,the campaign. 'about appointments he might make to ween them and us. and friends from killing! each other 1 are ,
to That's
damage. far from
his Cabinet and other
high government
Thequestion is, what does the tapping'' We tried calling the EPA office to no Dolph Reddish, as far as the'"War onDrugs" the truth and many people don't realize
,offices, and what does it say about his avail, leaving but returned
messages no one is concerned did the responsible this. The damage or injury can result in
Dan for the vice
of Quayle presidency or to have men with our calls. Finally,we went to the County
willingness leadership thing when he called on the Florida Dept., tree fatality caused bv carelessness. ,
possibly even ,(Heaven forbid) the qualities in the vice presidential position Commissioners' monthly meeting on May of Law Enforcement and the FBI to ad-

presidency, say about George Bush? In rather: than a loyal "yes man"such 12, and were put un the agenda to bring this. dress the problem of drugs in our county. Construction activities 'are among the
the opinion of most news commentatorsand as he has been to President matter to the attention of everyone con, And he followed up his action when he and leading causes of tree, damage. Heavy
analystseven in the opinion of cerned. As explained, Bradford and Union his deputies cooperated with ,the Drug I equipmennt running over roots or bumpin-'
Reagan; ? Counties have purchased a tire splitter Task Force. ng into trunks causes damage that could
many leaders of his own party, George jointly taking turns to get rid of the tires. be fatal to trees.Foresters .
Bush, in the first major decision of his 'By his actipn Bush has'wasted two' We were asked to be patient and given All of the above does not solve the drug

campaign for the White Houseblew itt! ,weeks of valuable time,explaining and them a couple of months and they would, problem I, will teU'you that even occasional
Any ? No that have, the matter taken care of, My mother used to "PRAY vehicular traffic can compact the I
why rational reason, 'defending Dan Quayle, that he' could say, as if soli'around trees and cause them to die
would: play in Peoria has, yet been have spent more profitably defining his' It is now almost September There are if everythng depends on God, but WORK as slowly. Insects ,and disease can attack
tires than everything depends on I"
more before
and no one is spray- you
given. trees through caused bark
and openings
own views explaining the workings by
ing for mosquitoes. We really do not know We need most of all to seek, improvements limb wounds. If
Bush needed ''of his "no, new 'taxes" even to help you're having construction
to' reach out to women 'where else to go to get any assistance, In institutions if work done,
If
our we are to see vehicles can be driven
and minorities., Quayle's backgroundand balance the budget, and his promise to' regarding this matter. 'Not only animal bring about change in the behavior of people. around and not under your trees.
record 30 million new jobs the U.S. lives are endangered but human lives Jn ,
in Congress does nothing to provide in ; Our churches public service clubs,
help achieve that objective. Vice' economy, in the next few years. the area' medical clinics, as well as our schools and Concrete, asphalt and dirt added around
Please help us I families need influence the trees can affect tree's health ,
Presidential running mates are to behavior of a by changing 1
sometimes chosen from doubtful statesin As a matter of fact, presidential can- Concerned Votersof our growing children by precept and ex- the roots" oxygen and water intake
didates of both' parties are wasting' abilities. The result is
Bradford ample.These same children will eventual, a period of slow
the hope of gleaning needed electoral'' valuable time in largely irrelevant attacks County ly become citizens and the voting population death begmniing at the time of the damage

votes. But Indiana is a hard core on each other, when the voters are ,both mature immature-dependingon and continuing until the final breath, the,

Republican'state, so Bush alreatly had waiting to hear, their ,views on the' Public Has Right, how we conduct ourselves' ,in our institu- trff *,

its electoral vote sewed up with no help deficit,: the' trade deficit, national .To See and Judge tions. Dry wells and drainage tiles may protect:
needed from Quayle.. The excuse was For those of us who claim to be Christians trees when ground levels are raised.
defense and other matters' of real im- Movie, Reader Says
trees
Young
do adapt better to this
would we really understand about God technique
that the senator ,
given, young cap portance. If they don't stop this self- According 10 an article in the August 11, and Jesus Christ and do we really try to than older ones. A young tree planted in a
ture the so-called ,Baby Boom" vote, defeating, feuding, it: is .likely to, Telegraph Ms. Vicki Sparks has decidednot follow in His way of life as we find in the ,dry well will do well and grow to maturity
but statistics do not support his supposition. generate a backlash against both to show the movie The Last Temptation -' I Bible? Or do we profess some cult-like A dry well built around an older tree may,

.'Baby Boomers are just as likely parties- backlash that could result in of Christ..Tbe article goes on to say dogma The way of Christ teaches us common -, not be beneficial, especially if the well is -
vote for older, more seasoned can- thousands of ,voters home that the movie has been criticized by a sense, and that we need as people to ,too small. '
,staying on in Tupelo MS called the American
group discuss our common problems like the
didates as they are for one still wet Ground levet'changes 'a
General Election Association., usually mean
Day. Family War on wherever we can in
behind the Sunday
ears. ,change in ground-water level.A loss of top-
What makeS'Bush's boo-boo So let's ,discount the:, sideshow ofQuayle's Being the owner of the Florida Theatre ,School and public forums everywhere.Joe soil can often damage the feeding roots of
even National Guard service and certainly entitles Ms. Sparks to'choose W.Williams,Starke, the tree which lie within 18 inches of the
more glaring is the fact that he said his what movies will be shown there. surface. Topsoil should always be
first choice of a vice-presidential runn- get on'with the center ring attractionthe -, However believe she has a responsibilityto ed, Give some thought to putting in pants
ing mate would be the one best qualifiedto real issues Americans need to know ALL her theatre-going public, not just a to serve as low-growing ground
about. ,certain group (whom I would venture to it,hate it,agree wfjh it, disagree with It?A under the tree's branches.This cover
the will
lead in
"nation case the President do movie book Is not deed. Is help to,
say, not make up a large percentage of or an idea a retain moisture and stop the need for :
theatre-goers anyway). But I believe there there really a need to fear ideas We can ing close by mow
are bigger issues involved here than a accept them or reject them based on their ,4
,single movie and I would like Ms. Sparks merit.We can weigh them for practicality Trees add value to our homes as well as
ARID' BRADFORD ,Co to consider these. '" feasibility, believeability and by these comfort. The leaves provide shade and
of allremember child criteria accept or reject them. Let this cooling In the summer and trees'
4 First as a eagerly evergreen
movie be shown and be
Judged on its merit, as a windbreak
awaiting the time when you would but let us decide ourselves.' act during cold weather.
X'trjrapfrO become an adult and assume the responsibility -
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of making your own decisions. The Christian faith accepts the doctrineof Because of the Importance of trees for
o When others assume this responsibility for "free will".We are free to accept Christor comfort and beauty of our homes we
C IOe O.FIRGUSON-JOHN M.MHIIRfwMI you, you are treated as an incompetent.Incapable reject Him. No other person can secure would be wise to take precautions to protest
them.
We should them
our salvation for use Yet Christians keep healthy by
t/ON .!>.. or inadequately equipped to some
decide for yourself. (Ms. Sparta, have' would not let us decide for ourselves avoiding damage during construction or
Pubfehed each Thursday and entered on Second Class
Matter through maintenance.
yard
at YOU viewed this movie?) i i whether we will see a movie or not see a
the Pest Office at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3, 879.' movie. It seems that Christ values
Second and most Important-what about, personal Just i reminder that seedling: can Ii'
Phone 964-43OS Subscription Rat* In Trade Area' $M,CO pr year: $8 00 six month freedom of choice Isn't this America- choice all very highly.follow Isn't that an ex purchased through'' the Division of
for of to ?
P.O.Orow.e A;; Storit. Florida, Outiid Irod Ara JlSJDOpef yar. S8 SO.x month the U.SSR.T Shouldn't your public be ample us Forestry. Order In quantities of .000 caniMnhtuiiMfl
,allowed to see the movie stay away like. Pat Muse Starke:, Iron' your county foreMer's of-
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The(7ociai Weddings/ Gissy-Cahoon/

& Engagement Told 1,

,Sarro; se-Odom/ Smith-Howe Will Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Cissy 'ofStatke ,
WT. j\ideoftl 'news, To Repeof..Yows. L. announce the engagement of
1 Wed Sept 9 ,their daughter Denise Maria to
m ......... a...I.N._ !Sort.) EvOiunb .. The St. Edwards Catholic Church, LonnIe Ernest Cahoon, III of Isen-
s a....., ... Nmn Binlu'Mr. will be the setting for the exchange Michelle Gullion' Smith and sacola. *, "
of vows between Miss Ava Barrosseand Michael Howe, both of Starke, wishto A lawn wedding will be held Oct.
Mr. John C. Odom both of announce. their approaching marriage ',22 at 6 p.m, at the Cissy residence at
Starke 1412 Debra Street in Green Acres,
Ava Is the daughter of Mrs. J.R, The wedding win be an event of with a reception following at the
Kelly of Starke and Mr. Ronald R. Friday, Sept. 9, 7:30: Church. at KOA recreeation building in Starke.
Barrosse, Sr. of Los Angeles, Calif. Kingsley Lake Baptist A All friends and families are invited
John is the son of Mrs. Shirley Griffin reception will follow the ceremony, ", to attend.
of and John C ,All friends and relatives are invitedto
Washington State
Denise is a graduate of Bradford
Odom,Sr.of Pensacola. attend High School, St. Johns Community,
t The lovely couple will be marriedon College, California State Universiity
August :27 at 1 p.m. A reception in,, in Chico, Calif., and received her
the church fellowship hall will follow Master's Degree In audiology from
the ceremony. All friends and Applonle-Watson the University of Fla She is current
relatives are invited to attend.Announcement.. Engagement ToldMr. ly employed as 'an audiologist for

and Mrs Rod Applonie of Lucerne Hearing Center in Orlando
Lonnie is a graduate of J.M.
Moscow, Idaho, announce the Tate
engagement and High School, Pensacola, and the
approaching mar-
b .,, riage of their daughter, Jackie, to University of West Florida. He is
Capt.''JackN.. Watson of Hampton. currently enrolled as a graduate student
1 The Cissy at the University of Central
wedding will be held Nov. 10 in and Lonnnie Cahoon
Lyndsey D. Wainwright the Seattle Temple of the Church of Florida and is employed at Regional
Latter Day Saints. Medical Center, in Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs
Jeffrey D. Wain-
wright of Lake The bride-elect graduated from ..-- '
Butler o o
ia. announce the -
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3 } birth of a daughter, Moscow High Schoo, the Univ. of
Danielle, born Aug. 2 at Lyndsey Alachua ,She Idaho is and Utah State University. Revival Aug 29 At New,R-'v' r'' II
currently employed as an
lb.Genral Hospital. Lyndsey weighed 7 nformation consultant for Abbot A revival will be held beginning There will be a Homecoming Service
10 oz,
measuring 20 inches
long. Laboratories Aug. 29 at 7:30 : Full
Maternal in Chicago. p m nightly, at Sept. 4 at 11 a.m.; speaker will
grandparents are Mr
The groom-to-be is the of Mr. Gospel Mission on Hwy. 100 at New I
and Mrs son be Rev H. 'O'Berry,"< ,Pastor.
Lynn D.
Starke. Hamilton of and Mrs W.R. Watson of Hampton. River. ,Guest speaker will be J.C. Everyone is welcome. ,
Great-grandparents
Frances are He graduated from Bradford High La rra more.
Hamilton of
Mandarin and
School
Thelma Starling of Starke. and Brigham Young Univer-
sity. He served a two year mission
Paternal
C. annd grandparents are Donald for the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat
) Mary Wainwright of
\ j Kingsley; Lake and Lou Wainwrightof ter Day Saints In Korea. He is I Homeowners insurancediscounts
Starke. Great-grandmother is presently 111. stationed at Ft. Sheridan,

Irene Wainwright of Jacksonville.

.and Mrs. Robert Foster

Masonic lodge 35, To, Confer Degree from'state Farm.,
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I 'Bradford Lodge 35 will confer the A covered dish dinner will be servO, for qualified homeowners we offer'
Parrish '''Master Mason Degree Saturday. ed at 6 p.m.,All Masons, wives and '
/ Foster Married discounts which '
,, Aug. :27.at 7:30 p.m. friends are invited. can make' our already 'Ipw
( 'premium even lower;, Call'' for details '

July' 9 at Bethel Baptist, '
CCeopatras llpfioCstery & Decorating State FarmInsurance '. I/,:":'

Miss Pamela Marlene Parrish, Mrs. Lanette'Griffis was In'charge'of Emporium '": ,
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daughter of Rev. and Mrs. James all the floral arrangements as (
Parrish.1 and Robert Wayne Foster, well as the bridal and attendants' (formtrly (ftoft ni IHamutnf tmporium 119 N. Walnut St.
son of the late Mr. and Mrs Albert' bouquest. Mrs. June Lee directed 322$. WafnutS*. r Star4r Starke Florida 32091
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Foster, were united in marriage on 'the wedding. ti 964,5391
Saturday, July 9 at Bethel Baptist Grand,, Opening Celebration
Church in Starke. Following 'a honeymoon trip:fo Saturday. August 27 n... 'A...
., The 7:30 p.m. candlelight various Florida beaches the 'l t: o $ tr
ceremony was performed by Rev.' t ,
newlyweds will reside in the SR 230
Jim Blevins, pastor of Eden Baptist ,home. :,15%' Off on all labor, fabrics, wallpapper, '- 'NI"UNCI
Church in Hawthorne Mrs. Lmda ;mini blinds drapes and bedspreads. ,l.kq a good ntighhor,;'Slate'farm Iii trwrrStale .
Johns and Lee ,
organist Ricky ,
( 1\, l J r.rm : 'Home bttice: ;
soloist, presented a program of nup-- ietnd'Casually Company onIIhrlO's''t''
,tial music \
The chancel area of the churchwas
centered by a 15-candle arch
:flanked by two nine-candle tiered
candelabras each entwined with \
pink and white gerbera daisies. ,
Baskets of pink carnations with Between 6pmandrrri
mums and white gladiolas were
placed between the candelabras to
... highlight the chancel area. Silk
floral arrangements were placed on
both the organ and piano and boston

feYn lined' the, altar- area,,of, the. < iight
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church; :
,The bride's'cousin' Michele Lee of ,

Jacksonville, 'served as maid of
honor, accompanied by Kristie
Dickens and Sara ,Gunner as theyrolloutE1
bridesmaids (nieces of the groom).
The bridal attendants wore Identical ..
pastel pink lace over satin tea-length
gowns with a sweetheart neckline in
front and back with a full skirt and
fitted waist yoke. Each attendant
carried a nosegay bouquet of silk
'pastel pink roses and daisies accented -
by aqua mums,babies breath
and stephanotis with satin lace and
ribbon streamers. i !
Glen Moore served as best man to r
the groom with John Dempsey as
usher and Aaron Gunner (nephew of
the groom) as junior usher. Ctnoll
The bride, escorted by her father, OtTYTXT"3uL
wore a floor-length southern belle 1 Idii
white satin gown,accented with lace
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and a Queen Anne neckline roman -X -<' : Jyfe
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tically featuring satin and lace
bows. The shirred puffy sleeves and
tiered skirt of chantilly lace formeda
bouffant underskirt with chapel ftti

train. To compliment her gown, the,
bride chose a pearl contour wreath
headpiece with strands of cascading ,; .
pearls and pearl clusters to one side,' I "
accentuated by the two-tier finger
tip veil of sheer illusion net. Scat,,
tered pearl accents added the
finishing touch to her beautiful head- e3
piece. Around her neck she wore a .
lovely strand of choker pearls. 'v.tW IIs
'The bridal bouquet featured silk ,
pastel pink'' and white roses
highlighted by' babies breath'' and' s

stephanotis with, lace and ;:satin
streamers.. ,
Following the ceremony recep-,
tion was held in the'church o.b
''r fellowship hall."Upon entering,' the k
guests were greeted and invited to 4' ",
I sign the bridal book by Miss BethanyLee.
The bride's color scheme of 4f
white and shades of pink were car- ;
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ried out through the reception area
,in arrangements of fresh pink carna-
tions and mums. 1iY
The bride's table was covered with'a
white army-navy cloth, white satin
; flounce and lace skirt overlay.,
I Centering the table was a three-tier I
wedding cake, adorned by
transparent pink chapel bells on the Where personal desire for convenience meets a national trend of

was top layer.Miss Diane Serving Sweat the wedding and Mrs.cake Ann increasingly demanding'schedules,'there,,has sprung" a multi hillion. dollar
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Swan of Jacksonville., J '" "C'I+i "" 'I' ;? the I service. ,
I ': industry delivery
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The punch table was draped with a \ '( .' "." .''""" ,;", a floral in most twns and have it delivered to
order
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or a
white satin cloth and lace overlay.A '' : ; ';;:: :' K. "ExJay you can pizza arrangement' i

,silk floral arrangement centered the /;: '1' : ....{ ,,1:; .' ;':'"' ,'.,'':!",;,:': 7i designated door with a minimum of effort.A,timely business report can be sent .icTOttn'n;'
table flanked by two crystal punch ;
bowls. Misses Sandy Rowan and :',''), I,: :" : ''',,,:?:'1; .' for comment in a matter..of hours,if not minutes!; with the placement of,a single phone call.,:And it's
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Brenda Sweat attended the punch l" : uncommon'' f
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bowls. .,': ;" }, :: .,, 'I. : I"I not an practice,
'' I". As the demand for instant communication has\ increased, so has'ALITI L's effort( to implement
Centering the gift table covered by ,, :,;,:,,;, !'I<' d, .... '
white satin and lace overlay were \ ,0' features that the of local l
bells with white '', 'stat -()f the; art technologies sophisticated service imprwe efficiency, phone.
decorative wedding ., ,: ( ,
baskets each laced with aqua satin \' ,.. ;' ;, service white they contain costs .
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birdseed .' /' "1', ." ,I" "," '",.'"iJ'fi'' '''".''''''' ,, \',' *, .
streamers.The food holding table draped in bags.white ,'. ,;. :'';,\":"I":: :''II.", ,'.\," '" ,' ,1:I ,i',''', '::1 ; "'!, ",'I'',":i:'(i"V: 'i .'" ,'i':",;:./>;,\'," At! ALLTEL we try always to remain sensitive to commercial I I customers needs to respond quicklyto .h'

satin and lace held. various finger ." '\, d'' r changing: business conditions. Through computerization:{ for: example,.we can pinpoint, and correct thrf\

ed foods by Mrs.which Zeta were Shuford..red and and,her Mnr son,:"',. ,.' .. /, ,,;,w source of the occasional phone service problem with greater dispatch, in many of the, small,, communitirb !!

Joey. r' "" we.serif throughout the.Southeast,Which should be reassuring. ; those l customers hdse very LvehhfXxJs, f;:'

I LI.1EL: ,depend: upon the phone ringing. ''', :-:;('* :,;v';! :,'';t:

'Go.With, RAY All The Way''I It's one of the many ways we're hard at work kl't.'pInSrnur lines of communication (>ptri. ': ;\"r

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Lisa ,Lawson t>ept. Bride Elect; Honored with' several Showers I


Miss Lisa Lawson 'Sept, 2 bride-' of pink and burgundy were centeredat a morufcuu)of the occasion drews Mrs. John Morris Mrs.
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elect of Rex Collins, hat been each luncheon table. '* Mrs. Ronnie
honored wilth several showers and Hostesses Mrs. Gary Hildebran A come and go luncheon shower Tomlfason Henry McKinney, Mrs/Bob Matthews,
luncheons by friends annd family. Mrs. Tommy Blackshear, Mrs. Lee' was given by the Shanda Hospital Mrs. Travis Woods, Mrs Ruby
:The home of Mrs. Hilton Colemanwas Cogdill Ms. Hazel Hall, Ms.Mlchelie Radiation Therapy Dept., In the Howell and Mrs. Randy Andrews
the setting for a lovely Tupperware Hall. Mrs. Winifred' department' conference room to presented Lisa with a set of Vision
shower on Monday Aug. 8 Tomlinson and Mrs. Lamar honor Lisa All dept. employees, Ware as a momento of the occasion.
honoring Lisa. Balloons decoratedthe Williams presented the bride-elect, staff and residents were invited to '
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party rooms. Party with a silver tray as a memento of drop by on their lunch hour to honorLIs8's Lisa Morl Lawson and Rx Donovan
demonstrator, Mrs. Dan Hildebran, this occasion. upcoming marriage and to Collins Invite to wltnati their wadding -
to honor the bridetobe wish her well she leaves the you y
played games as 2 at Madison
Friday Sept.
and presented her with several A miscellaneous shower was givento department to work In Atlanta St. vows. on Church at 7 A reception
Tupperware items. Refreshmentswere Lisa by Mrs. Kevin Dugger, Ms. where she will reside. will Baptist follow In the ,fellowship p.m. hall. A
9'F served by the hostesses, Mrs. Marlane Nettles and Mrs.Zedra Collins ,Silk corsages were presented to will M In the church
Coleman and her mother Mrs. at the home of the,latter on Lisa and her mother.The room was nursery located provided the new children'sand
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Winifred Tomlinson. Crystal Lake. gaily decorated with balloons in 'nursery "
Games were played and prizes Lisa's chosen colors of pink and youth building,
awarded to the winners. A door prize burgundy. Many delicious dishes of
Mrs Tommy Miller, Mrs Guy was awarded to Mrs.C.W Cogdill food were served that were prepared 'Go With RAY All The Wayl
Dyal Jr., and Mrs. Scott Taylor, grandmother of the honoree Many by fellow employees and the reclpies
honored Lisa with a linen shower on useful gifts were given to the were shared with Lisa. A beautifully papal.adv.
Thursday, Aug. 11 at the BrownleeRd. honored couple. decorated cake was served by Lisato
home of Mrs. Miller Several her guests. Many useful gifts were
The home of Mrs. Jim Locke in given to the honoree as a momentoof
rounds of Bride
Bingo were played Country Club Estates was the set- this special time. Sylvia Reddish
with awarded to the winners.
prizes
Refreshments served to the ting of a lovely lingerie shower Tues *'* Receives Award
M were day, Aug. 19, hosted by Mrs. Perry The Madison St.Baptist fellowship'
wi guests. The hostesses presented the
and Mrs.Donna hall Liberty National Life Insurance
Hodge. the
and Bryan Tyler was setting for amiscellaneous
honoree with a linen tablecloth
Pink rosebud corsages were givento shower to honor Lisa Company selected Sylvia Reddish of
napkin set as a momento of the occai
i I the bride-to-be and her mother. Lawson and Rex Collins on their up- Starke as Honor Agent of the
TX sion. Mrs. Pat Lawson. The party rooms coming Sept. 2 wedding.The Quarter for the Gainesville District.
were decorated in pink balloons and food table was covered withan The award is given each quarter in
burgundy wedding bells. army-navy cloth lined with recognition of top sales performanceand
/ A luncheon honoring* Lisa and her The refreshment table was bury,and a centerpiece of pink superior service to policy
;' centered with decorated silk owners.
a lovely flowers in a white
y wedding party was held Saturday, National Life is a part of
cake for the occasion. All of Lisa's ceramic basket An army-navydoth Liberty
13 at the Bradford Family
Aug.
silk guests had an opportunity'to give covered the gift table and a bride Torchmarkk Corporation a Birmingham -
Restaurant. Arrangements brides of colors her some advice to make a marriage, doll Centered the table.: Ala.. based financial institution -
the chosen
flowers in
I last. The hostesses presented Lisa Hostesses' Mrs. Oren Derkman, 'with over $2.bdhon in
Mr.and Mr*.Mark Barber ''with two lovely pieces of lingerie as Mrs.,Ron Denmark, Mrs. Ervin An- assets.

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I Angela Epps, Mark Barber Married' June 2

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Miss Angela Melissa Epps, (nephew of the bride) was the ring candelabras of votive lights. White t? w
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. bearer wedding bells hung over the bridal -"Ii
Epps, and Mark E. Barber, son of Given in marriage by her father, table.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Barber, all Harold Epps the bride wore a white,' The bride's book was attended by .
of Starke,were married Thursday, off the shoulder gown with a dropped Miss Nancy Teston. Accenting the To the'residents
June 2 at 8 p,m. in the Camp Blan- fitted waistline and puffed ruffled table was a beautiful basket of long
ding Chapel at Kingsley Lake.: sleeves The long full satin gown was stem red roses presented to the
The all-candlelight ceremony was covered with sheer illusion net bride on the morning of her weddingby of
performed by the bride's,brother, adorned ''with lace appliques ,sequins her brother and sister-in-law,
Rev. Bobby H. Epps, who was sur and simulated pearls that ex- along with the Epps' family Bible,
rounded by candle trees brass tended in layers of ruffles to form a candelabrum, and bride and groom
hearts and spirals,with a unity can sweeping cathedral-length train. figurines made by Mrs. Charles E.,
dle, centered with a large silk arrangement The bridal veil featured two rows Johns.. '
of long-stem red roses, of pearls shaped into a vee over the Various finger foods were served BRADFORDCOUNTY
white roses,' ivy and stephanotis bride's forehead and forming spiralsof by Mrs. Olen Dirkman, Mrs. David v
,blooms White' wedding ,bells.and. tiny white pearls down the left, Lawson Mrs J. E., Denmark, Mrs. '"
bows marked the aisleway at the ,side with finger-tip veil of sheer illu- Robert hall, Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. "
:family pews.Wedding .r "sion.The ,Alice Hopking, Mrs. Mary Reed, :
music was provided by bridal bouquet was an over Brice, Mrs Charles E. Johns, Mrs.'
organist Miss Tricia Kay Lawson,,, side cascade of long stem over white Ronnie Tomlinson, and Mrs. Jack
and pianist, Mrs. Brian Davis. Mrs. silk roses accented with miniatureivy Underhill( ,
Kevin Scheetz and Bobby H. Epps and pearl streamers, tiny white Mrs. Charles Darby'' directed the
performed several selections. silk roses, rhinestone clusters, and ,wedding, with Mrs. Sonny Tenly,
Miss Kristy Johns served as maidof white stephanotis blooms. She also Jr., in charge of the reception. Mrs.
honor,carrying a cascade of long carried three long stem red roses Norma Donn decorated both the
stem red roses :and white which were presented to her mother chapel and reception. .
stephanotis blooms, accented with mother-in-law and brother, during The bride is enrolled In the I'm so sorry that I haven't seen each and everyone
miniature white roses, ivy and pearl various times of the ceremony. Radiology Technoligist Program at
for
streamers with red and white satin Following the ceremony, a recep- Santa Fe Community College: The of you during this important time of campaigning
ribbons. tion was held in the Kingsley Lake groom is employed by the New
Bridesmaids :were Miss Lynn Civics Center. Where Mrs., George River Correctional Institution and is the office of Sheriff of Bradford County.
Barber (sister of the groom). Miss Roberts, Jr., greeted guests at the attending Santa Fe Community' Col, However there has been a critical illness in our
Donna Padgett (cousin of the bride).! door. Mrs.Bobby H. Epps and Mrs. lege. ,
Mrs.Danny Parker and Miss Donna'' Kay Padgett cut and served the Following a wedding trip to family, namely my mother, Lois Moore Wainwright,
\w *, Thornton. 'They carried white three-tier central cake decorated Dana Beach,',the couple now
." .t. !j candles in brandy snifter globes,acf 'with miniature red roses with wed, Starke. F and her illness had taken all my time and energy.
** f&FcatteawHtrminMunmfandwhite 'ding bells on top and a red flowing '
I.** '," .. humblest Please keep me in
roses; white-stephanotls blooms and fountain underneath. Two heart- Please accept my apologies.
cascading ivy with red and white shaped satellite cakes joined by 'Come ,Together Day"
satin ribbons. 'stairways which held figurines Set for 5 mind while considering your decisions.
Little Miss Jaclyn Tomlinson was representing the attendants. Mrs. Sept..
the flower girl,carrying a white lace Barbara Reddish made the cake. You are invited to join in on the
basket accented with red and white Serving punch from the silver 2nd "Come Together Day" set for
ribbons containing red rose petals. punch fountain were Miss Glenda Labor Day,Monday,Sept.S, beginning For those of you who don't know me, my name is GLEN
The bridal attendants wore off the Epps and Miss Lisa Lawson. Attending at 10:30 a.m. at the Lawtey
MOORE. I'm not I law enforcement
shoulder, tea-length, red ''taffeta : the punch bowl were Mrs. Bill Recreation Center on Middleburg a politician, am a
gowns with puff sleeves and Dodd and Mrs. X.M. Smith. Mrs. Rd. in Lawtey. officer.
sweetheart neckline, accented witha Vernon Silcox and Mrs James There will be free food and driks.
red box at the back of the dropped ''Lewis served from the silver coffee, along with old-timer Softball andbaseball have lived in Bradford County all my life, and I have

,waistline. urnThe in addition to many other raised family here. I have been in law enforcement in
Andrew Leitheiser served as best, tables were draped in white activities.For my
man. Groomsmen; were Mike ,linen cloths with silk garlands and more information contact C.J. Bradford County for the past 23 and have been
Barber and Matt Barber (brothersof red and white ribbon streamers and Brown, 782-3166, Jeremiah or Ed- years, ,
the groom), Karl Leitheiser and accented with fern red and white mond Johnson at 782-3448, or Edna certified,by the state. I know what needs'to'be done to help
silver leaves and Allen 782-3032.
Blocker flowers magnolia ,
Robert Webb. Core
stop the crime in our county.'That is, why,I want to be your'

sheriff. ,

,I will'work with the county school board, principals,

teachers, and parents to take crime and,drugs out of the,

Re-EIect schools. This' will'be an active and strong program

I will, use the, certified officers who live in ourcounty, ,

who want to keep their certification active, by starting a

JimDUNCAN Bradford County Auxiliary., The auxiliary will be'used ,as it,

is in Clay/and Duval'counties; to assist the 'regular deputiesin

all of their duties.

:' will have a deputy on duty 24-hours a day, seven days a

week,land actively cover all parts of the county t '

We will have better communications working''

Superintendent of Schools relationship'' between all enforcement agencies and ".

,An county,citizens, to eliminate, the growing'crime and drug

Experienced Administratorwho problem within Bradford County. ,

has: I WILL BE AN,ACTIVE SHERIFF FOR" THE PEOPLEOFBRADFORD'COUN

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Our, county' is growing ,and'with growth crime usually

.Documented'over $100,000 of savings In construction"costs by 'follows..As your"sheriff, I will encourage the growth of our,

utilizing inmate labor. county but we ''will let those 'people know this is a place for

law-abiding citizens' and that criminals and drug: dealersare

.Applied for and received over: $90,000"In special grants so that ..not welcome. .

state mandates for computer technology could be' met'at minimal, As a businessman, husband, father'and a resident
cost of '
our county. Bradford County all my life, and'with 23 years'law

Taken a firm stand on community Issues of hazardous waste enforcement experience in investigating and solving all

Incineration drug'abuse, child_abuse AIDS education and crime types'of crimes, know the needs of the county.THANK .

prevention.


.Reminded parents that they are ,their child's first teacher: and, /P'V

that the schools will assist in any way possible to foster better

parent-child,0, relationships., -



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$ even greater level of improvement'dwririg the next',4"*
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Denmark-Walker Married ,Julv, 30 at First Methodist .liThe


wedding of Stacey Leigh Denmark ruffle over one shoulder and a half over white underliners.;The sides of
George Flynn and Mrs.J.B. Godwin.
of Starke to Dr. David L. ,bow held !In place by a rhinestone the tables were draped with iby and
Fruit punch was served by Mrs. Barbara \
Walker of clasp. The straight
Brandon was performed floor-length skirt
nosegays of purple and lavender.
July 30 at the First was enhanced Strube, Mrs. John Valinskl,
; Unlted"Methodist by a swag peplum en'ctrcullng Centering the bride's table was a
Mrs. Donald Thornton, Mrs. Steve
Church of side of the '
Starke. one gown at the
three tiered wedding with
cake,
Futch Mrs Joe Warren Mrs. John
The bride is waistline, Each bridal ,
the daughter of Dr. & attendant layers separated by taU pillars, and
,Mr*..J.E. Denmark of Starke. The carried an arm bouquet of long stem accented by three satellite layers. Greene, and Mrs. Dewey; McKinney.
Floor hostesses for the
, Marlin Is the ion of Dr. It Mrs. purple-bearded, Iris. The top tier of the cake held Llan- evening
were Mrs.Jim Duncan,Mrs. Harold
'
Walker Miss Adams
of Brandon. of
Ashley daughter dro porcelain bride and groom. Cut-
Epos, Mrs Thelma Thornton; Mrs.
The Mr. and Mrs. Bill ofStarke
candlelight was Adams ,
ceremony; ting the bride' cake were Mrs. Bert X.M. Smith and Mrs.
George
performed by; Rev.Dwight McQueen and Miss Ashley Mattson, daughterof McGee, Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. Winkler. birdseed
In front of a beautiful arrangementof Mr. and Mrs Rick Mattson of George Roberts, Mrs. Vernon Passing our
large fleas trees,areca palms, tall Orange Parkk, served as flower Silcox, Mrs. Steve Denmark amid packets were Misses Erica and
Alison
topiary trees and Boston ferns all girls. They; were attlr'.d in ,Mrs Randy Johns. Chastain, Leigh ,Johns and
placed In the choir and altar areas. candlelight satiin and lace: tea- The chocolate groom's cake, Mona Holms. The gift table was
Centering the altar was a heart- length gowns and satin, ballet slip- ,,decorated with the dental caduceus cared for by Misses Amy Carter and
shape candelabra accented with pers''They carried baskets molded insignia was served by Mrs. Tom Shilynn Chaff.
floral arrangements of multishadesof totally of rose petal potpourri and my Chastain, Mrs. Philip Johns and 'The bride graduated from the
lavendar and purple gladiolas wore dainty haloa of violets and Mrs. M.J. Sanderson t University Fla and is employed
delphinium, poms, statlce and baby's breath. Mocoa coffee was served from by the Hillsborough County School
purple-bearded Iris, interspersedwith Best man was James Escoblo of silver punch bowls by Mrs. Leslie System as a speech pathologist. Dr
Ivy. Spiral candelabras were Tampa.. Groomsmen wer Shan Biggs, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs, Walker graduated from the University
placed on each side of the altar. Walker (brother of the groom).John Robert Biggs, Mrs Charges Agin. ; of Fla. annd plans to ennter a
Placed at the center of the altar Denmark (brother of the bride), Mrs. Terri Ivey and Mrs Donald private dental practice in Brandon.
were unity candles which were lit by James Byrd, Ken Vilardebo Mike Carter. Champagne was served by After a cruise to Mexico, the couple .
the parents of the bride and groom Brooks, Dr. Kerry Smith and Dr. Mrs Bette Ann PhiUiips. Ms. Janet will make their home in Bran-
,before being seated. Frank' May.; Ringbearer was Don Turner, JVls Ann Godwin, Mrs. don.
Brass aisle candelabras with Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lavendar floral arrangements mark, Donald Thornton 'of Starke. The

ed the pews and candles with ivy embroidered was handmadeand Mr. S Mrs Honored I IOn
and sprengeri were placed in the by Ms. Gladys Somor/sky/
sanctuary windows. McGuire of Gainesville.
Nuptial music was performed by Following the ceremony, a recep Saturday, Aug. 6, Goldhead highlighted the two rocking chairs ,
Mrs. Mona Canova, organist, and tion was held at the Starke Woman's Branch State Park was the setting for the honorees The curtain was
Mrs. Warren Stephenson, pianist. Club. Greeting the guests at the en- for a surprise birthday I party to covered with signs from well-
Soloists were Mr. Pat Crawforddand trance were Mrs. S.G. Denmark and honor AI and Bea Samorisky who wishers Joe also printed the invitations -
r>aA.ifll!.... _- Miss Lois Moore. Mrs Joseph Valinski. jointly'celebrated their July 26 and reflecting an effigy of the
The bride, escorted to the alter by Attending the bride's registry was Aug. 30 birthdays. Superman emblem and inscribed
her father Dr. J.E. Denmark, worea Misses Nancy Payne Michelle Sapp Given by their children Billy and "Super Sixty Surprise Samorisky's,
Dr&Mra.David Walker'Bridal gown of candlelight satin and alen- and Mrs. Anthony Directing ,Patty Anders of Starke,. Joe< and I Spectacular'. ''The large '1%x3 ft.
con lace. The fitted long-waist the reception was Mrs. Maxie Mary Kay Samorisky, Alan and cake was decorated identical to the''
bodice of lace was embroidered with Carter, Jr.band pinning corsages ,Jeanine Fickling, all of Jacksonville invitations.The .
tiny; seed pearls and featured a yokeof were Reddish and Mrs t' ( and their grandchildren Lisa honorees sat in their rocking
/ Luncheon Illusion with a high lace neckline Warren Winkler. The wedding was Mitchell, Heather Samorisky and chairs while a special sons "Thanks
Honors Lynne Dukes and long tapered sleeves. The long- directed by Mrs. James Rogers Blake Fickling, the Samoriskys Again Mama Daddy" was played
waisted bodice of her designer gown Mrs. Robert Autry provided the were more than surpriised as they' in their honor, followed with "Happy
," Lynne Dukes bride-elect of Troy 'Marcelme Goolsby, aunt,, of the i was centered in the back below hip catering service. Mrs. Warren approached the pavuiion under the Birthday".
Hicks,was honored at a luncheon on groom.Assorted. level with a large flat bow of Stephenson introduced the guests to auspices they were attending a par-, The couple received many
,,',,\" ,Saturday. Aug. 13 at 11 a.m. at the plants and a pink floral "feather glo" satin. The satin skirt the reception line Miss Lois Moore ty of some other friends. "We even .beautiful gifts from guests, in.
Officer's Club at Camp Blanding. arrangement were placed at vantage and circular chapel trainn was sang "Inseparable" before the en- got Daddy", said one of the children, eluding a golden chime anniversary
,I: The luncheon held in trance and "and if you can fool him,you're darn'' clock with the
was upstairs points around the dining room. elegantly edged In lace. introduction of the bride, inscription"Grow Old
the dining, room ,overlooking the Upon their arrival the honoree, 'The bride s headpiiece featured and groom.A goodt"More Along with Me... The Best is Yet to,
i: .' lake. her mother, and the groom's mother pearls and tiny satin flowers fittedon decorated wicker arch adorned than 50 guests including Be" from the children. The grand-
The u-shaped tables were covered were presented with corsages. her forehead, with several layersof the porch of the club. The reception relatives and long-time friends from children presented a portrait of
with white linen cloths. The head After lunch,Lynne presented each illusion forming pouff veil which hall was adorned with ferns, lighted out of town attended. All enjoyed a themselves, together in an, oak
table was overlaid with a diammond' bridesmaid with a gift. Luncheon extended to the bride's knees. She, ficus trees and areca palms] Purple cookout beans of hamburgers, ,baked ,frame.
shaped hot pink satin cloth. Center hostesses were Mrs Barbara ,carried a bouquet featuring a and yellow helium balloons were, coleslaw and cold drinks all
ing the bride's table was a bride-doll Brown, Mrs. Marceline Goolsby, cascade arrangement of silk placed at vantage points. prepared. by'' the Samorisicyschildren.
cake decorated in white. The side' Mrs. Linda Hicks, Mrs, Kim candlelight orchids, stephanotis and A wide assortment of buffet foods, Son Joe gets credit for .
i tables were decorated with the Holsenbeck and Mrs: Debbie Ward, ivy; accented with purple delphinium canapes and hors d'oeuvres 'were decorating
'and
bridesmaid doll cakes each served and designing. The serving table wearing, who presented the bride-to-be with a 'florets.' For"something old" the beautiful fresh fruit arrangements centered with cake drapedwith Wayl
hot pink, the bride's chosen colors bride carried a lace handkerchief of adorned the tables, a was .
'< personal gift as a momento of the occasion ; blue and white with pa pea os
The', cakes ,were, made, ,by, Mrs. .., her Maid grandmother of honor "was Miss ,Allison' which were coverd with lace cloths background curtain of blue, ,"which a,

I Tomlinson Honored :At'Employee'' Dinner Denmark ''(sister of' the' bride)., --
Matron of honor
was Mrs Karen'
Employees of' Florida National proceeding a delicious'meal.: Marvin Woody of Columbia, S.C. Bridal at*,
Bank and spouses honored J, E. Brown served as emcee for the program tendants were Miss Molly Walker END OF' Prices \
Thurs.
Tomlinson with a dinner at Wester Each employee gave a speech (the groom's sister) of ,Brandon Begin ',
',- Steer In appreciation of his dedication roasting and showing appreciationfor Mrs 'Jeannette Maxfield oi J ,August 25th.:'Thru
', \ and in honor of his promotionThe J. E.'s assistance'and leader, Gainesville, Fla., Mrs. Melissa Stringer -' R
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,\ head table was decorated with ship. of Gainesville Ga. Ms. Mary Wed, August '31st,
an arrangement of summer flowers Harry Hatcher also gave a speechof Ann Tillman, Miss bona Thornton
J., E.,, his wife 'Ramona, and his appreciation. At the end of the annd Mrs. Cindy Roberts of Starke. At Our Starke
mother Mr. Joe P. Tomlinson' were program Vorease Jones presented J. They; wore Identical gowns of deep p 0 & Macclenny
the honored guests. E. with a monetary gift from purple silk sateen, featuring a wide a _
Bryan Greene gave the invocaton employees. : Locations Only
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vtAUCTION + : I r 'I" '-"'''J ''' 1'\.Jf.\ ., ( \ .: i:' graded rood'end the end ol sold'.. LAWRENCE !. BERNARD, ESQUIRE "' I ,. < ', .' ;: \e.iWM :
RANDALL MANNING and t VfI ,,!t, ,,,, _
I centerlln. Attorney far Plaintiff :, f 1', -. "">1'//, ..
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TINA MANNING : : .. '', '
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Defendant Hat been 'filed against you and you 2064 Park SlrMt.. 'MOSS C.'GRIFFIS; '( "'W:: .,
are required to of "
serve a copy your Jocktonvlllo, Fl 32204 D.fendant'r'a' ,"I'' ,
NOTICE Of ACTIONTO written defentet. II any. ta.lt, on James ((904)384-8488) : : ,. "
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M. Flynn for ,
Esquire Attorney Plaintiff '
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RANDALL MANNING 'and TINA ,
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NOTICI Of ACTION \
what. address It 405 West .
; MANNING, address unknown, and all Georgia MFCBL29TB33934 :
NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Street. Starke. Florida 32091 on or' TO; MOlE C GRIFFIS. address .
NOTICE It hereby given that en Monday COUNTY FLORIDA parties claiming lnlrttt by.through before September 17. 'I98B end file the fHA-09h 145234.270 unknown.(and all parties claiming Interests '..:' )i,)
August 29 I9M at 10:00: a.m.. the PROBATE DIVISION under or against them and all portlet original with the Clerk ol.thlt Court .i, ?, by through. under or against i ." ''I:tIA(
undersigned GATOR FIIIGHTWAr having' or claiming to have any right, tI. claiming ., ;
CASE NO. 88-57-CP either before service on Plaintiff Attorney 8/11 9/15\ them, and all ponies having or c' I
INC., will sail at public auction for cash FILE NUMBER 1-3938 ,tl. or Interest In th* property. "herein or Immediately"thereafter; otherwise Control 4tchg 0801 to have any right title' or Interest In the ':'',"I'properly :'

at 2600 Lloyd Rd Jockwnvlllo. .PROBATE DIVISION' described a default will be entered against, .herein d.K1'lbed' .. I .
on. lot of prtd popor consigned to IN RE: ESTATE OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED than an action for you for the' relief demanded In the' Com YOU ARC NOTIFIED that on action for ,
Motropolllon, Panama City Fla.. HILDA LOUISE HOUSTON foreclosure of mortgage regarding the plaint. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT foreclosure of mortgage regarding the
one lot of machines,consigned to State Deceased following property in Bradford County, DATED on July 29. 1988. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL following property In Bradford County, '
of Florida TalloNattoa, Foi| NOTICE TO CREDITORS Florida: 8/11 4tchng9/1 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Florida .
.one lot ot cords consigned\ ,Crowch, (Summary Administration) A parcel of land ontalnlg 1.00 ocr. Control' OBOE BRADFORD COUNTY. A parcel' of land containing ).0 acre "

Drugs. Qulncy, Fla., TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR more or I..., and lying In th. NE 1/4 of -T-n '. r ,' -..-rj- "in, Trrr"' 'V'L FLORIDA '. I and 'lying In the NC 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section '.
to satisfy freight and storage crtargot. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE the NEI/4 of Section 10, Township 7 INTENTIONTO CASE NO. 68-472-CAIN ", 10. Township 7 South Range 21
of Section 4 (b) of NOTICE OF "
under the provisions ESTATE: South Rang. 21 East Bradford County ,/ ( East. Bradford County.' Florida' sold ,
Uniform Standard Bill of lading. You that ardor Florida; said parcel being more REGISTER RE The Marri'ag of :
Inc.Carrier. ore hereby notified an particularly : s., parcel' being mar particularly described ,I rl'Q
Color
Frolghtwoyt. of Summary Administration hat boon' described at follows: FICTITIOUS NAME SHIRLEY A. ALBERT at follows: .,k
entered In the Estate of Hilda Louise Commence at a concrete monument Wife Commence at a concrete monument r',
01-320: did 61088Pro Houston deceased Fl| .. Number 1-3938 found at th. Southeast corner ol said Pursuonr Iq Section' 86509. Florida and located at the NW corner of sold NE 1/4 } ,''I .
813120/ dtd S/3/88 by the Circuit Court for Bradford County, NEI/4 of NE1/4' and run North 00 Stotutet, notice It "hereby given that the HERBERT L. ALBERT of NE 1/4 and run South 0007'I9" East ,I .';:,'\
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811826 did 4/15/88 .Florida Probate Division the address of degrees, 12 minute and S3 seconds undersigned. Connie J. Hannon and Husband. along the Wly boundary thereof 1S7.72 I" ,:. i i!
Control 0817 which It North P.O. West 'along the Rot Smith 138 N. Waters Street 't
Tempi Avanua Easterly boundary feet to the Sly boundary of the Row of ;, q
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2tchg 8/18-23 Drawer B. Sto..... Florida 32091 that the, thereof 435.00 feed, thence South 89 Stark?, FL 32091 joint owners doing NOTICE OF ACTIONTO CR C-223 (formerly SR S-225)); thence '';:'
--- total cash value of the...tot..l. lass than degrees, 55 mlnutt and 14 seconds business' under th. firm name of ILLUSIONS .- ; HERBERT I, "ALBERT Address South 77"14'19"\ East along told Sly ...' ,
25000.00 and that the names and addresses West parallel with th. Southerly boundary The Hair Studio. 138 N. Water Unknown.. boundary, 561.54 feet to on 'Iron pip. for '; <
NOTICE OF BIDS of that to whom It hat boon of said NEl/4 of NEI/4 a distance St., Stark, Fl 32091 Intends to registersaid YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action POB. From POB thus described continue "''I
The Bradford County Board of County assigned by such ardor are: of 191.90 feet for the Point of Beginning.From fktittou name under the aforesaid for .dissolution of marriage and South 77"14'19" Eat along said S'ly' "
Commliiionon It accepting Sealed Bids Edna Baker... 707 Florida Street, Point of Beginning thus described ttotut. other relief has been filed against you In, boundary, 12500 feet to on Iron pipe, 'i i ",
on a Stand;.Alono E.911 TolophonoSyjtom ,Stark, Florida 32091 continue South 89 degrees, 55 minutes Dated this 9th day of August, A 0. the above styled Court and you are required thence South OOW19" East parallel \,","'
Bids should' bo sent to: Batty Jo Boorat, 962 Ocean Blvd.. and 14 seconds West, parallel with said 1988 In Bradford County. to serve a copy of your written with the' aforesaid Wly boundary of the "' ;
Clark of the Court ,Atlantic Beach, Florida 32233, .Southerly boundary. 171.20 feet, thence. 8/1 4tchg 9/1 defentet, If any, to It on TERENCE M, NE 1/4 of NE 1/4. a distance of 357.SS ,tl,,:
P.O. Drawer HB. Durdin, Sr.. 527 Golden Rod North 00 degrees, 07. minute ond 19 Control 0609 BROWN. Attorney al Low. Post Office feet to on 'Iron pipe. : thence North '.'
StorM, Fl. 32091or Lane, Neptune Booth, Florida 32233, seconds West parallel with the Westerly -. -- Drawer 40 Stork, Florida 32091,on or 77"I4'19" .West parallel with the '
brought to the Bid Opanlng. The Bid Frances Gregory 518 McCullum Orel boundary of said NEI/4 of NEI/4, a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH before September 5, 1988 and file the aforesaid S'ly boundary of CR C-223. a "
Opining will take at 10:00 Booth, Florida 'dittanc of original'with th .Clerk, of this '.
place : a.m. Neptune 32233. 273.96 feet; thence South 77 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD Court distance of 125.00 feet to an Iron pip.:
,October '13. ,\1988 at ,the. regularly All persons ore required to fill with' degreet, T4 minutes and 19 seconds COON'ft. FLORIDA either" before service on the above named thence North 00-oriT" West parallel' ,J .
tchodulod Board rno!>ting. the dark of said court WITHIN 3 CALENDAR I Eatt, 175.62 feet, thence South 00 attorney or Immediately' thereafter., with 'aforesaid Wly boundary.:3S7.55 i ',
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'/25 2tchg 9/' MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST degreet, 07 minutes and '19 seconds 'CASE NO.: 88-108-CA otherwise a DEFAULT will be entered feet to the POBHa ','
Conlrol0824FREE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all claims with told agalntt. for the' relief demanded
East parallel Westerly boundary you n .been filed against you and you, :'1
against this estate In the form and manner 234,93. feet to th. Point of Beginning DIVISION: th. Petition are required to serve a copy of your, '
prescribed by Soctllon 733.703 of the WITNESS my hand and official' seal of written defenses, If to It on James .' ?
any.
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Florida Florida Rules Statutes of Probate and Rule and 5.490 Guardian.of the, Reserving therefrom an easement for FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE this 1988.Court on this 27th day of July A:D., R. Flynn Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff ,,",4,
thlp Procedure.ALL Ingress and egress over the Southerly ASSOCIATION corporation / whose address Is 405 West Georgia -
ISO feet Plaintiff Street Stark., Florida 32091, on or'
CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOTSO 'GILBERT
Above described parcel being conveyed v*. S. BROWN. f/ before September 12, 1988 and file the I' ;I,'
FILED Publication WILL BE of FOREVER this Notice BARRED.hat begun with a right of ingress and egress RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON. .tcr el al., Clerk Carol of the Court ',' original with th* 'Clerk of ,this Court ', .,,' .j"',"' ,)::""i"rj
over a strip of land being 30 feet In width Defendant. By William. .i either' before service on Plaintiff' Attorney : '!.1
on August, 1988. and lying 15.0 feet on each tide of the Deputy Clerk '."*.. :. Immediately thereafter; otherwise -' ,I;' .it;i J':": ''II:} &i(1o
EUGENE F. SHAWAttorney :
for Petitioners925E following detcrlbed centerlln: NOTICE OF SALE .;".,'I'!''H/l'" :,:. a default will, be entered against '."I it1,!"1 r /P'I:. I
North Commence at the Southeast corner of Notice It hereby given that pursuant (Court Seal) '; ), ;; ', : you for the relief demanded In th* Com .. \;1 I)4 ,,' ','lil?lj
Tempi Ave the NEI4"of NE1/4 of Section Terence M. Brown. 1'...... ,'AI '
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EXPLORING Stark. Fla. 32091 to an order or a summary final judgment '' ,"'" plaint. ;' ; :'YW'D"'TED / i \)
Attorney for Wife '
7 South Rang 21 East Bradford :" 'SIr, ; 'idiS, ''
T.I.phor(904)( ) 964-5200 of foreclosure entered In the above on July 29 1988., ". I
GOD'S WORD County. Florida and run North 00 Post Office Drawer 40 ,."'
9/1 captioned action 1 will tall the property 8/11 4tchng9lControl
8/25 2tchg Stork. Flordla
degrees, \12 minutes and 55 seconds situated In Bradford County. Florida 32091, 0807
Control .
0826 ((904)) 964-8272
Wettalong the Easterly boundary
HOME BIBLE STUDYThe described at: .
thereof 433.00 feet thence South 89
; lot 1 of Block 11n White Acret Subdlvl-.
Bible Course b taught In "degrees S3 minute and 14 seconds 8/4 4tchg 8/25 STARKE
your ,
IN ,THE CIRCUIT ,COURT OF FLORIDA sin a* recorded In Plot Book 2, page 73
home free of charge. 'EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR West parallel with the Southerly boun- ,ol th* public record ol Bradford County, -
Is a non-denominational study dary of said NEI/4 of NEI/4. a distanceof Florida. CHURCH OF GOD r
bThIS BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF I FLORIDA '
only on"w'iat'thus. with the 160.00 feet to the Point of Beginningof at public sale, to Ih* highest and bestbiddor EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR. 422 N. ST.a.AIR..964-8445 1
'word of God. 'CIVIL'ACTION said centerllne, From Point of Beginn- for cash at th*front door of theBradford 'BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA '
APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.. ing thus' described continue South 89 County Courthouse In Stork; John Spratlin. Pastor
degrees 55 r minutes and 14. seconds Florida a1 11.00 i: We Invite you to worship with us., r .
782-3303 'CASE NO.; 88-456-CA a.m., on September 7f; :CIVIL ACTION. '
West parallel with said Southerly boundary 1988. Attended Nursery 1 ..

Rev Emmett Bright L.J. KITEPlaintiff" 469.7th.nc.\ ;' North 77 Dot this 4th day of August 1988:, ,CASE NO.: 88-437-CA Sunday School! .,,.,.,, lOam 1
degrees, 14 minutes and 19'' seconds, Morning Worship ...,.' ham
To schedule your home bible GILBERT S. BROWN "
for ; West,'330.12 feet to the Easterly boundary Evening Service: *,.?..., 6pm
study or additional Information CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy l.J. KITEPlaintiff
v. of the right of way of,:o County Carol William Wednesday Youth :.. .. : 73Opm:

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FURNITURE : "Home of the Siumpknocker
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tociety lend*to(*vke tI 19114-59181 ..::-.=.=. boat"
'Kim & Jan 'JohnsonBlankenship's 964-5644, people Into two c.l ieoort t- .
660 S. Walnut winner and lotert. The winner* HWY 301 N.964r44St, or9645531HURSTS : .

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ARCHIE TANNER FUNERAL
ORIAN WELLSIHEVROLETOLDS mover and thtkert In the

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Chimney Sweep .
Management & Staff the unloved and unwanted In ,e Dignified ServceHWY )
Service t our tocietyGod
301 North : j doe not males tfiltditlinetlon e Monuments

'964-8278 '964-7500 f3v"- r r ,.,,.,- .eye, each' however person i to' 'In unique'His and HWY 301 S. 964-5757 .. ,

worthy of His love Jut a* God
Eyeglass Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales'' Iavese.dtdussaHwould DURRANCE PUMP & EXXON

have u* tove on another not I
We Finance I SUPPLY SERVICE
"Your' aa a winner 'ee'.but n .
complete .Buy Here Pay Here1320N.TcmplaAve. another human being In need. Attend your church regularly 24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass I. center. 987 N. TEMPLE AV.' ;

103 Edwards Rd. 964-6588 964-7783 '864 N. Temple 964-7061 964-6111


'DOUGLAS BATTERY OF .T JONES FUNERAL HOME :
B&M STARTER & Lewis Timber.,C O.
STARKE Das nwwn t Caring Swvtee-' 'avrww

We rebuild starters, alternators for ""s0Y1O1 GENERATOR Hwy 301 .S. PO Box 207

& Generators' Steve and Cindy Futch 238 E. Washington St. Starke

cle Batteries Start 964-6200 s.iiss '
Auto '- : ;
964-6871
'4O7 N.. Temple' 964-7911 Keystone Helahts '473-3176 A 964-5274 ,
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Andrews. Community ":' Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD'S

.. Drugs State Bank w..r.r Crafts & Consignments AUTO SALVAGE''

Tor All.Your,pharmacy Needs' 'of Stark 5s1 located off 100 S.toward Keystone We Buy Junk Salvageable Can

';,Starker Only Home Owned .7 toke right on Eve 24th 964-6898 Ave..fdow sign. Hwy 301 .3 Ml. N. of Stork
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356 W. Madison 964-7170 fttt <;Indapendant Walnut Bank 9fia-783Q ?:.:,.,,,, M Nature Sings otJssus" 9647345ORtON'S


AUTO AND WATERS GROCERY'' =FK CAMPBELL'SELECTRONICS' SMITH ELECTRIC CO.
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TRANSMISSION SERVICE,: Corner of US 301 & State COMMERCIAL
sp aura,. s."i.. -s- FREE PICKUP DELIVERY
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523 S. Walnut! St. 964-3317 134 E Call St. 964-964-4045 SERVICE E. CALL ST.'


Mosley, Tire Co. NOEGEL'S AUTO W.W. Professional' GERALD GHIFFISCONSTRUCTION. '- 'r PUB-SCHOOL
US301N.Starke SALES |t Office Personnel TRANSMISSION.INC.cmDA '
CARE CENTER
964-6600 "Worship this week and every week ,Services'Superior quality home at 'We are the best place In We Core for your Child Ltk
Office & Typing Service of All town to take leak"
at the church of choice a
24 HR Wrecker, Service your affordable price You Woul4"CUstom

made exhaust stems 1018 N. Tempi 964-6461 1837' RaifordIj Rd 964-7777 HWY 301 3. 964-6633 661 N.Temple Ave's a 964-681O 642 M.' Walnut 064-6733


FLORIDA .NATIONAL NAPA AUTO PARTS, Terwillegar Motors, inc. .S A'WY.' -E' R"z

BANK STORE Sates Service SlfCWIZINCINOff"
in ,'206 W. Madison & US 301 .GAS & APPLIANCESCn OLD FASHIONED! .
"All the right parts all the
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Starke > 964-7200 ua for ALL your.a. ippllance \- ; "
right places"115W I haUn.cOl'AirCOod. Need* Compufa
\ Staff Rrowntess Rd,' 964.6060 SR 21 Keystone Heights'Insurance 1103 & Walnut St. e 064-7701 127 E. Call St. e 084-7110


7 Allen's Office Supplies STARKE LANES AIIS WESTERN STEER FAMILY EPPS MOTORS BRADFORD UNION MARINE

and Printing Company I Ia+- STEAKHOUSE Sale & Service

Art Supplies* Custom Framing >S W 440 W, Madison From til blue tt W.tl.m Steer Quality Used Can >Bontto .RoymlOlaas
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Printing, Office Supplies Special rale'for Church group*, (Wlnn-Dixla Shopping Center) US 301 South South .964-8358 1401 N.

113 E. CallSt 964-6925 1614 N. Temple 964-8175 964-4695 964-8061 IIwTl00 Tem 1eAve.984-2888


CORBETTS TIRES & Call Now CROSLEYMANUFACTURING' TULLERCHIROPRACTIC ... .:"
DENMARK FURNITURE SERVICE' 964-8018 CENTER $ORTON TfUCOMMUNlt TlONS'I

,It's a fact, you can do Complete Tire ShopAuto .' rnr. Chiropivctio When Ton Need C re R """ ''''' _
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When comer IP riu wd juts

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,' West; 37465 ,..*. thence South 20 j
'l//"i' 1 1 I-I VIi degrees 44 minute and 49 seconds '
;,, I r East, 333.96 feet to the end el sold 60 ,
I TED E. MANNING and .
foot rood and th. beginning of a road 20 ,
I CHARLOTTE M. MANNING feet In width and lying 10 eef on each I'' ,
Defendant *ld. of said centerline; thence continue
South 20 degree, 44 minute and 49
,\ HCTITIOUS' NAME seconds East along' told centerline,1X
t NOTICE I Is horoby given thot the NOTICE OF ACTION .88 feet; thence South 21 degreet, 12
,," + undortlgnad, desiring to engage In 'TO TED E.MANNING and CHARLOTTE minute end 57 seconds lost, 32.16 feet
c. n butlnatt undar the fictitious name of E.ZWHEriS M. MANNING, addrett unknown and to the end of told centerline
f r t Intends to raglttar told name all' parti* claiming Interests by, Ha been filed against you and you
t t with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Brad. through, und.r or again thorn and all ,ore required to serve a copy of your
ford County, Florida, In accordant with ponies having or claiming to hove any written defente*. If any, to It on JamesR.
"' M/eF } 1 and at required by Suction 865.09. right till. or lntrmt In the property Flynn. Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Florida Statute. herein dtcrlbd. what address I I. 405 Watt Georgia
HARDY AUTO SALES INC. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that On action for Street Starke, Florida 32091, on or
81Hlpd9BConirolO8IS forclour of mortgage/ regarding th* before : and file
September .1:1, 1988. the
following In Bradford County, .
property
I Florida: original with the Clerk of this Court .
either before service on Plaintiff Attorney -
PUBLIC AUCTION
Dcrlptlon lot 617 (Combined) A
NOTICE I I. hereby glvonn that on Monday parcel! of land containing 2.00 acres, or Immediately thereafter; other-
Soptombor. 5, 1988 at 10:00 A.M., mor or !I...; and lying In th* SW1/4 of wit a default will be entered against
the undersigned, Gator Fralghtwoyt, the NE1/4 ,of Section 10 Township 7 you for the relief demanded In the Com
Inc., will tall at public auction for cash at South Rang 21 East, Bradford County. plaint.!
.{,", BUS Class of '58' :2600 Lloyd *d,. Jocktonvlll, Florida: told pare.) being mar particularly DATED on July 29, 1988.

{," >j\',' Front row, left to rights Peggy Adams Dlxon, Jean Paulk Reddish, Gerald Norman John Goolsby Anthony .ono lot of furniture consigned to Wllll described at follow: 8/1 9/1
: ](;n Moore Norman, Mary Starling Crawford, Barbara Sue Crawford Mike Goldwlre Elissa Stefanelll Biggs William., Perry, Fl., The South :262.98 l lest of the North 4tchg
;" 'i:.;: Davis Crawford Patricia Alvares ; to tatisfy freight and storage chargat.undor .. 920: ,42 ,foot of the West 331,:29 feat of Control 0805MDA
Baldwin, Betty ,Jeanne Walt Thomas, Betty Farkas Corwlne, Robert
the provision of Suction 4b) of told SWIof N 1/4.
.ry Caiklns Shnford Maxine Roslne Cooper and Lennard Register (teacher). Uniform Standard Bill of lading. ,
'
: : th.r.from for
-f.: tiRosenberg ( Reserving an atmnt
:. ; Flakes Strickland Miss Delia '
: ," teacher). Back row Mary Henderson Hartley, ,Freddie Gator Frolghtwoyl, IncsCarrier Ingress, egress and utilities over th* TelethonChairwoman
: !"yjV/I"\:|it" Marcellne Lavora Hicks Goolsby,Glenda Underhill Petelle, and Stephens, David Lawson Frank Johnson James : Easterly ,.15.0 feet throf.
Capps Spradley. Shuford. T.J Mann, Allen Mann Winston Kelly, James Pro 14.815365 did 6/9/88 Above described parcel being conveyed AnnouncedSusan
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) "r.jj/'I',(p .I Second rows Ronald Wiggins, Philip Clark Judy Wiggins Charlie Osborne David Canova, Bert McGee Control 0825 with a right of Ingr***.egress and Faulkner Patrick has been
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,; J ',I Dankle Lewis. Edwin Mosley. Ralph Martin, Sylvia Charles Noegel and Rudolph Sapp, 8/25 Jtchg 9/1 utilities ov.r.th.. following described named local chairperson of the 1988
'i
;, ." /, parcels: Jerry Lewis Telethon Pledge Center
: ''- The Northerly 30.0 feet of the W..t.r- Activities In Starke announced
; ( Class/ of 1958 Celebrates/ 30th Reunion NOTICE OF INTENTION ly 424: ,81 feet of th. SE1/4 of the NE1/4 Tony Romano, president of the national
TO REGISTER and the Northerly 30.0 feet of the Easier- voluntary health agency's NE
'." FICTITIOUS NAME ly 993.90 feet and the Easterly 30 feet of Fla. Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy
The reunion of the Class of continued
',-J ''r' 30-year Williams in 1983 and Audrey Raley The evening S activities Pursuant to Section 86509. Florida th. W..t 3.46.:19: feet of the North 920: .42 Assn. "We're honored to have Susan
"".."' 58 was held at the Starke Golf & Broadway in 1984. with visiting and reminiscing to the Statuto. notice I.l horoby. given that th* 'feet of the SW1/4 of NE1/4 of told Section working closely with MDA and its
,( Country Club on Saturday, July 9,, music of the 50s with tapes provided undartignad. R. Vi DURRANCE, 864 N. 10.Also, ,
with 39 of the 97 class members attending Sue Davis Crawford. supporters to help make this year'sTelethon
byBarbara Tomplo AV., Stork-", Fl. 3209V, solo commence at a concrete monument -
,, I Each member Camp Goo-Lo-Mock-ee The club decorated with red & an even greater success
:" was greeted was owner doing business under tin firm located at the Northwest corner of than last record breaker "
I' ," at the door and given name tags by ,Goes Back to CreekbankFirst gray tablecloths balloons and namq'of DURRANCE PUMP t SUPPLY the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of told Section 10 said Mr Romano.year's 'Telethon '87 the,
'\\1:1': : Betty Gaskins Shuford ,and Betty streamers. A wagon with 'a large CO.. 864 N. Tomplo Avenue, Stork. Fl ,and run South 0 degrees,07 minutes and most successful televised fundraiser
" Farkas Corwine. Baptist Church of Starke star was the point of interest since 32091, intends to register told fictitious 19 tecond'' East along th*' Wmterly
Everyone enjoyed a time of held its annual Children's Music Day the class motto was "Hitch Your name. under the olor'>Sold ttatuta. boundary thereof 15772: loot to' the in history, received over $34
',' :'J.' visiting and renewing old acquaint Camp (Camp Goo-La-Mock-ee) this Wagon to a Star". The .speakers Doted this 15th> day of August, AD.;. .Southerly boundary of the right of way million In pledges. i, .
23rd
week with I The annual Telethon
will be
": ;t"y; '.;( tances. ,Then class president, past over participants, table held a beautiful red and white !1988. In Bradford County, Flo 'of County Road 225 ('formerly State RoodS.225)
including and broadcast
t.; ,: welcomed campers counselors. silk flower Control 08238l84tpd98 thence by WTLV-TV12 and
,y : Rudolph Sapp, everyone arrangement. ): South 77 degree, 14
.":.u\,:"!''I,: and introduced David Lawson who 'The we k-lonJ event included workon Following the reunion, Jean minute and 19 second East, along toldSoutherly WCJB-TV20, starting at 9 p,m. Sun-
\ the musical "Camp Goo-La- 403.77 test the day, Sept. 5, and will continue to 7
i' ({" i'"j V\, gave the invocation. After dinner Moore Norman took the centerpiece boundary to
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, ,. introduce Mock-ee Goes Back to theCreekbank" centerline of rood for Point p m. Monday, Sept. 6. The 22Vi hr,
i;\ Pat Alvarez Baldwin flower arrangement to her mother, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA on existing
'.:'.:): ( f' full house Also included from Caesars Palace in Las
,' t; guests. Those attending were: Mr. a Sunday night. was in the hospital.Mrs.Wainwright BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA'', width and lying 30.0 lest on each tide of Vegas
and will be carried
was campfire time with Bro throughout the
a centerline described at follows) From
and Charles and school
Mrs. Francis Mr. was at Bradford
secretary
Ben Bryant lunch and to country by some 200 "Love
a daily trip Point of Beginning thus described run I
Mrs. Lennard Register and Miss High School for several years. CIVIL ACTION
Network" stations
Kingsley Lake. South 0 07 minutes and 19tecondt
;',,i' Della Rosenberg. Pat also read let Camp Goo-La-Mock-ee is a time to Freddie Stephens arranged for a East degreet, parallel with the Westerly Anyone wishing to be part of the
:. ten from Charlie Cowen and Joseph prepare children for the ,weekly 'photographer to I make group pictures CASENOJ88413-CA boundary of told NE1/4 of NE1/4. a Labor Day activities, pledge center;,
.' Wood who were unable to attend. choir programm open to everyone in as well as couple and individual L.J. KITEPlaintiff .distance of 378.18 feet; thence South 15 or the community march may do so
Special awards were presented by the community It was under the pictures, which will bemade degreei 15 I minutes and 41 seconds by contacting Susan M 964-S069.,
'1 Sylvia Paulk Reddish and Betty Cor' direction of Guest Director, Kinita into a nice souvenir booklet. .
'wine. Mary Starling Crawford won Bishop of Lake ,City, and Herb
" 'the award for the longest marriage,' Stucky, Minister of Music .at First Bridal Shower '- -- \
Elissa Stefanelli Biggs of Covington, ,Baptist. r ,
" .. Ky., ,for traveling the longest Childrens choirs are"held for 1-5 Honors lv\!. YoungbloodA ELECT 1 <
'.',: distance, and Frank Johnson for the graders after school on Tuesdays, shower 'honoring c'i
bridal Miss
most grandchildren. The door prize, beginning Sept. 6. For more infor! t". \,
'a silver tray, was won by Marceline mation, call First Baptist Church,:, Tracy Youngblood was held at the '
: '" '. '. Hicks Goolsby. Starke. 964-6562. home of Mrs. Tammy Sheese. The > .. ,
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';\':' ';: The class phophecy was read by miscellaneous shower given on Aug. }::\P .[,
. ) PHOTOGRAPHYBy
"" ) :',j,.. Judy Dankle Lewis and Sylvia Paulk 3 entertained approximately ?0, 'rI' "
, ;, Reddish sang "The Rose" foreveryone's Cathy Wooley guests. "
The hostess Mrs. Sheese served RJ.TJ1lMJOHNSON:
enjoyment. '
,' 964-4151 or 964-6066
,," Rudolph Sapp mentioned that two refreshments' including traditional
'" class members had died in accidents Weddings. Engagements bridal punch, cake with bride and
since the last reunion- Howell Anniversaries groom decorations, and wedding
CaUJor Free Consultation( Today Bell and leaf-shaped mints. ,I


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I'I' 1. Married to Janice Johnson ,

: 2. 'Three': children: Laterra, Ledezman and Lamiriam
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<' ; ;:' :'; ': ,,i:, '<: ;: :;:,,r,', :' '3. Life long resident of Bradford County .
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ChickenBarBQue ", 4. Son of Cephus & Minnie Johnson of Lawtey

1 / :;" ; 5. Graduate of the Bradford County School System, (formerly
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6. Graduate of RETS Electronics School

:7. Attended Santa Fe Community College', 1\

f I"" 8. 'Employed by IBM'Corporation as a Customer.Service,

(' '!:, ,.', Representative "

(. ., 9. 'Member of the Sales.Team'of,Terwillegar Ford in Starke I.

.. '. By '10. ,Baptist Faith .
': ::Knows that Commissioner has
'J ,11. being a a big responsibility
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'I acting as the legislative and governing body of our county.

: ': .' ,, ;State Representative GeorgeCRADY 12. Serves on the Board of Directors of the Suwannee River. .

) : Economic Council, Inc.

,, t'': ,." ,:;,.' : .:13. Serves on the Policy Advisory. Committee Lawtey
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'.', '; i:{,', .';::.';',:'i,4:;" : Elementary School

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Knows that is growing and Commissioner I
f r "I i ,'I./ ,,' : our County as a ,
'1 "")',;:i:,;:''', ::M : :. ',. I must be open minded to meet the challenge while still being

'"''I';,:',,I," ,':.(i',i''ft'I'I', rt."i';! <,'", When' : Saturday, August 27 'responsive to the needs of the people. We must work together

(I ;l'"'. ,Time 11:00 am.2:00 .
.;: ,. .'< : : p.m. continue the betterment for our citizens

.: :- :,....'j.'t 'I 'Where: Crady's Lake Hutson',
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,::' My hands are not tied to,any special interest group.I .

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saywe live in America, with a'Demo'cratic process;'why not let

'1, AlA' Democracy work allowing all the people of District One to'have'

'; SR 200' To Fenuuidin {pfd the next Commission for District will be.This
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\'':, _ _ _ is your County, the Commissioner is your Representative.
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL NO.6. _

AMENDMENTS TO BE 'VOTED ON Pap 19.1 I''TELEGRAPH August 25,IMS |

NOVEMBER 8. 1988 ,' '. ,, I." ,.".u'/.. '. "C'O-tST: nUT IO-JAL, AMEN DMENT:; :,;: ;f""ll\ / '; ''

,' ,);li; \ '. :\ ;11jARTI,!' CLE' II SECTION:: 5.;' ,(. I:. ; C...:! ;,;( "3 For Vacant
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NOTICE OF ELECTION ; "; .: .,'/i ,, '<"(J\"AND:;.,\ ,. "'6" I. I ; '. ,'L t,


i, JIM SMITH Secretary of Stale of the State of Florida, do hereby give : "

irks thai an election will be held In each county In Florida on Novmcber 8, Commission SeatThe

19U, for (he ratification or rejection of proposed amendments (to the ARTICLE.tt

Constitution of' the State of Florida?, ; '" GENERAL PROVISIONS District 1 County Commission machine operator with Oilman

'1 .:;'.ii.', ',: './: Co. in Maxville for 13V4
'. .' '''SECTION 9 ? 'i Public of fleer* i eat U being vacated by Lawrence Paper ,
,;. ":. NO. 1 / '
Mosley current chairman of the, years ,
(C.) No person holding any office Of emolument under any foreign board,who has decided not to run for Chandler II''a Bradford County
AtiEND'ENT'' government or'civil office of emolument under the United State or
.. CONSTITUTIONAL of emolument under reelection., native; and graduated from Bradford -
any other state;* shall hold any offic. of honor or ,
III SECTION 17 the government of thin state. No person shall hold at the same time Three candidates have qualified to High School class of 1970. Hell'also

., ARTICLE more than one office under the government of the stat and the nil the vacancy: Mitchell Brown, a graduate of Pevry Institution

counties and municipalities therein exceptthat a notary public.or Ross Chandler and Herman of Technology Atlanta:
ARTICLE Hi military officer may' hold another office and any officer may be a Chandler "I look forward to
Johnson. : : says
LEGISLATUREIECTIONJT. member of a constitution revision commission taxation and budget '
reform commission, constitutional conventionorstatutorybody Mitchell Brown is an; Insurance, becoming your' commissioner in
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Impeachment.. having.only advisory'powers* agent In Lawtey1 and Starke ?was District One, so that I might work

born and raised in Bradford County with the other commissioners to ex
the cabinet ,
lat The governor lieutenant vov.'rno.. members of tbt( Each' stat and county officer, before entering upon the tend better, services to ail the
lives in and is of
justices of the supreme co"rt. judges of district court, of appeal duties Of the' office, shall give bond a* required by law.. andshall Lawtey a graduate. "
and of county court shall b. Bradford School. 'citizens of Bradford County.
end ,. judge of circuit co"rt.d judges swear or affirms < High .
liable to impeachment .....nor in office. The house of In announcing I hi* candidacyBrown -

representatives by two-thirds vote shall have the pow. to impeach ..noffic.r. "I do solemnly ....a,' tot affirm) that I will support protect and said, "I can give the district'' Herman Johnson is also a native of

The speaker of the house of representatives shall have defend the Constitution', and Government of the United States. and of and county an available commissioner Bradford County and a graduate of

power at any time to appoint a committee to Investigate charges' the State of riorldap that I am duly qualified to hold office under at all times because I am' BHS. He also graduated from an
sgainst any officer subject to Impeachment. the Constitution of the stater and that I will well and faithfully ,
perform.the. dutlea of .. ( title of office) .. on which X am now. aboutto constantly covering the county. I electronics school In Miami, and
Ibt An officer impeached by the house of representative shall b* enter So help me God, ; feel this will give me a closer contact after returning to this area, he at-
disqualified performing'acy' Official dutlea'until acquitted by with the people and their needs. tended Santa Fe Community Collegein
the senate, and unless the 'governor I* impeached. .he may by "Given the I will Gainesville. '
appointmentfill ths-vflee until completion of the trie}. and thereafter'' shall devote personal attention, ", to the duties of the opportunity con Johnson and his wife Janice live
sider it an honor and a privilege to ,
continue office his qualifies.' ,
office, and ,,, Until successor .
(c) All impeachment by the 'houae et representatives shall.be serve the people 'Bradford In Lawtey and have three children.

tried by the senate. The chief justice of the supreme court or (Ie) Tile' powers,' ''duties. compensation and method of"payment of 'i County" Johnson is a Customer Service
another justice designated by him, shall preside at the trial except state and county. officers'shall, befixed by ,law. 'I Representative for IBM position
in a trial of theChief( justice, in which case the' governor shall' Ross Chandler is the second nameon he has held for'IS years, calling on
trial'of' '
the
time for .
the any
The senate shall determine ARTICLE!: XI'
impeachment and may sit for the trial 'whether the house of AMENDMENTS' : : the ballot for the District 1 Commission -' customers within a SO mile radius of

representatives be in session' or,, not. The t'lme fixed for trial shall seat. Chandler is a member' his Gainesville office. .

not .be more than sin months after ,the impeachments Duin9./I ''SECTION. Revision cgmmis.lon- of the. recently formed Bradford Johnson has served on the board of

Impeachment. trial senators shall be upon their '''o.Ch or affirmation.Wo County Community Action Committee directors for the Suwannee River
officer shall be convicted without the concurrence of tvo-t irdt' 'tai'( ) within thirty days after the adjournment of the'ieguiar Economic Council Inc. He was
which is improving ,
'ot' the members of the senate present. Judgment, of conviction incases session', of the :legislature convened, 'In the tenth year following{ that working on ,
of impeachment snail remove the offended from office'and, in in which 'thla constitution Is adopted and each twentieth'year relations in the community. His can, president of the board two years and

the discretion of the senate-- say include disqualification to.holdany ,.thereafter there shall b* established, a constitution r.v ..ion'Co..iuion didacy has been endorsed by them. vice-president for one year.
office of honor, trust or profit, ''Conviction or acquittal shall' composed of the following ;i4hLrtn-Hven members He is Youth Minister at Pine Johnson says, '"It is my greatest

not affect the civil or criminal responsibility Of the officer. Street Church of God in Christ, und intention to serve the welfare of not

(It the; eItetne general ot the state* serves on the Guy Andrews Minority only my' district but to serve the

NO. 2 (1'2) 'fifteen.members. ,selected by h.90v.norl, ), Recruiting Committee. He is a shop good and well-being of the entire

... Stewart in the International Paper county. I want the very best for all

'CO\STITUT.tO{ \ALI., AMENDMENT; IJ) nine members. selected by 'the speaker of the house of Workers Union, and has.ork.as. a the citizens in our growing county."

,',""f''. ,'. representatives and nine members. selected by the president. of the
ARTICLE SECTION 16 ,
I.'" '
:.n..l'.nd .
ARTICLE I ,'" Race Pits I
DECLARATION Of RIGHTS: : \' ( i| 4) three'member* selected by thechief Justice' of the supreme 3-Way

\' ",", ,' court, of; Florida( with the advice Of the, justices '

SECttOW(1Lghts I of accused and of vtetimslal ,-- : .
( _
I' (Ib'r'' The governor shall designate one member'of the commission. af Carter I

lal ,call criminal prosecutions the accused shall,, upon, demand. its chairman. Vacancies in the membership. of, the commi..lon..h.ll be Bryan Griffis
filled in the same .manner as the original appointments.e .- ,
be informed of the nature and dues of the accusation against him, ; -
and .shall b* furnished a copy of .the charges and shall have the
Bright to have compulsory process tor.witnesses. to confront at trial ( ) Each constitution revision cummins ion shall convene examine at the Three candidates have qualified in East Call Street In Starke for the
" its rules of the
call of' Its chairman, adopt procedure
'adverse witnesses, to be heard in person by counsel or both.and, to 30
the past years.
County Commission District 3
constitution of the state'except for matters relating directly to '
and public trial by impartial jury in the county where
have) a speedy
the' -crime was committed. If the county is not, known, 'the indictment taxation or the state budgetary process that are to be reviewed by contest. Incumbent Maxie Carter, Carter says that he has always.
or information may charge venue in two or more counties conjunctivelyend the taxation and budget reform. .. established in section o, Jr. faces Ralph Bryan and been conservative and plans to continue -

proof that the crime' was 'committed In that area shallbesufficlantr ,. hold public hearings and. not laterthanone hundrtd eighty days Lawrence Griffis, both former opponents to be conservative in. his
election file with the of stateif '
to the next general secretary
but before pleading the accused may elect in which of prior for the seat. political views ,,,
revision ''
its 'of a of'this constitution or any'part
the. counties h. 'will be toed'' "Venue for prosecution of crimes', proposal any.. "We now have one relatively new''
committed.beyond the boundaries, of, the stat shall' b. fixed bylaw.\: 'lot 4tj'< Ralph Bryan, 56, a native of Bradford commissioner and we will soon have,
SECTION i. Amendment" or revision ,.1.<:tionI. .-- County served two terms on the
(b) Victim .of crime or'their', lawful representative*, Includingth commission from 1969 through 1976. another new commissioner in the
next ef kin of homleid victims are entitled to the right to be |I.)' ''A proposed amendment to or revision ol this constitution or Incumbent District 1 seat I believe my experience .
Informed 'to be present' and to b* heard when- .l.v.nt. at all any part ofit.shall. be submitted. to the electors 'at ,the next He was defeated by present and leadership ability will .

crucial stages of criminaliproceedings, to the extent that these .general election held more than ninety days after the joint Maxie Carter, Jr. in 1976. be an asset to the board in the com' "I f'
rights do, not' ''Interfere with the constitutional. rights of the resolution Initiative petition or'report of revision commission *t Bryan is retired from the DuPont he said.
four
accused. constitutional convention, or' taxation and budget reform commission Company after 30 years'where he; ing years, .
; proposing it is tiled with the secretary of state, unl.... pursuant In rela- Lawrence Griffis, 45, Is a Bradford
NO.3 to law enacted by the affirmative vote of three-fourths of the was a supervisor employee County native and has lived on Grif
.. --' ; "< "I", membership Of each house of the legislature and limited to a single tions.He is now employed in the real fis Loop all his life. He was a poultry
'J' '"' amendment. or revision,' it i* submitted at an earlier special election estate business in Starke.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT'. '. ;- : \/ ; producer for many years, turning In
\ held more tharf ninety days after such filing. Bryan stated he is' running .,!
1984 to the video business. Hw nat
.ARTICLE VII SECTION 4l '::1. : : :;,"' because of a deep concern about the
and in the sixth rweekimmediately been Manager and District Manager
(Ib) One in the tenth week. once be the
preceding the week In which the election is held the issues likely to facing county for' the Home Town TV and Ap
VII ,
ARTICLE proposed amendment or revision with notice of the date of electionat in the next four years and would like pliance. Rental of Starke for two
TAXATIONSECTION ', which It will be submitted to the electors shall b* published In to have a part in the decisions to be
on. newspaper of general circulation in each county in wh ch a made He feels there is going to be years.Griffis*
"I will be a full time
la published says
'" newspaper more pressure to raise taxes
.
'working commissioner., continuing
.
.. through ad valorem increases and
( 1 (Cc) If the proposed amendment or .revision is approved by vote of special assessments. He points to his growth in the county will soon demand
4.1' Taxation assessments., -By general 'law': 'regulationsshall the electors., it shall be effective a* an amendment ta revision of record in increased full time commissioners."
be prescribed which shall secure a just valuation of all the constitution of the stat on the first Tuesday after- the first previous resisting "I will strive to reduce some of our

property .for ad valorem taxation, provided '?' ; .' Monday in January following the election, or on such. ether date as taxes and the leadership he provided taxes in a way every day people can
may be-specif ,+n the amendment revision. in planning the county budgets survive without being taxed to'
I.t Agricultural land': land fereduclng his in office.
high' water 'recharge to during eight years
, riorlda's aquifer or land "..4 ..clu. v.1y fornoncommercialrecreationalpurposes ''seCTION 6. Taxation and budget reform commission. death. A new tax, like the $7S
may be classified by general law and assessed Maxie Carter; Jn, 59'has; servedas special assessment for solid waste

solely on the basis of character or, .u... . 'a I Beginning In 1990 and each tenth year thereafter, there shall' District 3 commissioner for the hits people on a fixed income, it
be established a taxation and budget reform commission" composed of past 12 years., hurts their budget, he says. '

(b) Pursuant, to general law tangible personal property held for the. following members I Carter is retired from Florida Griffis is 100 percent for good law

sale specified as stock percentage in trade of and livestock Its value may maypurposes. b. valued be classified for taxation for'' tax a fl )) eleven--'members .selected by'the governor, none of whom shall Power and Light Co. His wife, Kitty enforcement, and understands thatit

or may. b. exempted'. frost taxation. .' be a member. ot the legislature at the time ot appointment"H Is a registered nurse employed at' can be costly, but he will explore

", the Reception and Medical Center atlake ,every avenue to reduce and relieve
,\ ( > seven members- selected by.-th* speaker of the house of Butler. They have lived on the tax pressures on the citizens.
"
NO. 4 < representatives and sevenmembers selected by the president of the
senate, none ot whom ahall.be a member. oC the legislature at the time I

CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT of appointment. Alvarez- Leaves Zoning Board I


ARTICLE VII', SECTION: :If O) four non-voting ex e'fleto members, all ef whom'shall be by Buster Harm sometimes a thankless task that car-
members the legislature at the time ot appointment. woo these BCT Staff Writer .
ries no not
members.o one of whom shall be a member of the minority party in the pay, even expense
ARTICLE VII The City of Starke has lost the ser
house of representatives, shall be selected by the speaker of the money.. .10
rlNANCtr-AND TAXATION vices 'of Brenda Prevatt Alvarez Brenda (Mrs. David) Alvarez
house of representatives, and two of these members, one of whom shall from the Starke Zoning Board to was
SECTION 17. Bends acquiring1'transportat'' ton'right-of-way _of_ be-a member of the minority-party in the aenate, shall be selected by a promoted! and transferred by the
for constructing bridges.a .-- n ,the president of ,h. .nat. 'job promotion that requires her to i Department of Corrections from the

move from the area. Reception and Medical Center), in

( ) When authorited bylaw, stat _s pledging the tuit faith ? "b' Vacancies In' the membership of the eoirjol'sslon shall'be tilled Mayor Travis' Woods said, "We Lake Butler to Orange Correctional
'and uedfoTf state may be reuseuuedse, without a vote of the in the same manner as the original appointments. appreciate the dedication Brenda' Institution
Orlando.
near She will
electora, to finance or refinance _the cost of acquiring real property
or the rights to real property for state road as defined by Jaw,1 ore (ei At Its Initial meeting, the members. of the commission shall brought to the zoning board, gettingto assume the duties of Classification'''

o finance or refinance the coat oC .t.tpurposes _bridge_ construction and* elect a member who s not. member of the legislature to as the heart of each situation and Supervisor for the institution Friv
incidental to such property acquisition or'' state bridge chairman and the eommlreion'shall adopt its rules of 1 ure. rendering solid, well thought-out 19.,,
construction. TnereaEtec, the commission shall convene at the call oE the a .m.n. decisions. 'She did an outstanding David Alvarez Is a licensed Real
e I An affirmative vote otwo thirds of the full commission and the Job and will be missed by her Estate,
b Bonds Issued under 'this section 'shall. be .secured by a pledge concur a majority ot the members appointed by the governor and peers Agent, and has ,acepted
of ." "shall be payable 'primarily.from-.iJ.-i. motor fuel- --or a .c. u. pursuant to_ paragraph (a) (1) a concurrence of a majority oC the city officials. employment with an Orlando real
taxes those detlneg.tri'' Section 9ict 0 Article KM. a. members appointed bv the speaker ofthe house of ..presentativesjority Ms. Alvares served on the City estate firm.The family will make its

.d.e.r.", and ahall additionally be secured by the full faith pursuant to paragraph (.T <21 and a concurrence ot a OIl ot the Zoning Board for,the past 18 months,, new home in Orlando.
and credit of the state. members appointed by the president ot the senate pursuant to
paragraph (lal12) shall b a necessary or.n revision of this
(el Ho bonds shall b* 1..II.d'"nd.r this section unless a stat constitution or any part 0 t it to be proposed by the commission.dl the' .
court vote to not retain vacancy shall exist in that office
fiscal created law, has made a determination that in no
{? nqustatefiscal by upon ,th* expiration of the term being served by the Justice or' .
" year w 111' the debt service requirements of the bonds ( ) .commission shall examine the state budgetary process, the Judge.b

' ro..H o. Issued and all ether bonds secured by the'fame piew.nu.s for d revenue needs and- .expenditure processes off the state, theappropriateness ( ) Circuit judges and judges of county'court shall b* elected
exceed ninety percent oC the pledged avirabie of the tax structure of the state, and governmental by vote of the qualified elector within the territorial! Jurisdiction
paya.n ot such debt service requirements, as" defined by .w. of productivity ana efficiency ) review policy as it relates to the ,of their respective court .The term of circuit *, shall b for
the purposes of this subsection, the term "pledged revenues me ability of state and local government to taran_ adequately fund six yeara. The term of .judges of county court shall b* for*
all_revenues pledged to the payment of debt service., excluding any "governmental operations and capital facilities required meet''the fee years.. .t!!
pledge of th e full fa TtrTand credit of the ..:a.. state's' needs during the "ext__ ten year period; determine methods If
favored by tho citi..n. of the state to fund the needm of tho state, '

..NO.'SCONSTITUTIONAL' including alternative methods for raising sufficient revenues for the NO ,, 8'CONSTITUTIONAL
needs of the state determine measures that could be instituted to
effectively gather funds from. existing tax sources; examine '
AM2NDMENrARTICLE constitutional limitations. on taxation and expenditures at the state AMENDMENT \V' .

VII SECTION; ..3 and- local leveli and review the states comprehensive planning, '
.v'-s
ARTICLE V.-SECTION.I '
budgeting and needs assessment processes to determine whether the. A
'
IV resulting information adequately supports a strategic d.clalonm.klnq' ' .. "
w
ARTICLE VII process. '' '\ t A, .
HNANCI AND TAXATfONutCrlore .
.., "-
4 ,
(el 'The commission. shall hold public as it deems. '
hearings ARTICLE'V 'I' ', ':' ,
3. T.xaee.sptions.W. '
;
necessary to carry out its responsibilities under true section. the ,
exclusively'by' commission shall Issue a report of the results of the review carried CIVIL TRAFFIC HEARING- :OFFICERS ":
'All' owned municipality and used
(a) property by. out and propose to the legislature any recommended statutory changes ,
It for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation' A ,
be related to the taxation or budgetary laws off the state. Not later
outside th Municipality may
municipality owning property *
unit whim, t4 OM hundred eighty days prior to the genera s .c on n .
required by general law to make payment to the taxing In' '
the property is located. Such portions of property a* are used I second year following h. year n which 0 comet as ons[. SECTION 1. Court.--Th. judicial power shall vested in..
tor'.d"c.Cion.l" literary, scientific religious or established. the commission, shall e with t. secretary of state supreme co"rt"dtlttioe courts of .pp.al clrclllt c. and countycourts.
predominantly law. from taxation it. proposa lf any, or a revision of thi. constitution or any part .No other courts may b. established 1 '.lie state, any
charitable b* exempted by general .
.
purposes may
of it dealing with action or the state budgetary process.e political subdivision or any "nlc1pality.. The legislature .hall bygenerel

(Ibt There shall be exempt from taxation cumulatively* to ever NO. ,7CONSTITUTIONAL l.v. divide the state into appellate court districts and
head of's family residing in this state, household goods and personalffects e judicial .circuits following county'lln.' Commissions established by
ta the value fixed by general lawrnot less than one .. I law, or administrative officers or bodies may b. granted quasi,
dollars. and to every widow or widow( or person who is blind o AMENDMENT: .judicial power In .tt.'s connected with the functions of their
and permanently disabledproperty to the. value fixed b yr offlc. The I. 1.I.tur. may establish b general l.v. civil
general law not las than five hundred dollars ARTICLE V SECTION 10 traffic hearing officer system o. t. purpse 0 ear n C v
traffic infractions,

I*) Any :'county or' municipality may for'' the purpose of iti I
respective tealevy and subject to th.'pro.ls10na of this subsectior, 'n'
and ''general law, grant community and economic development ad valorei, ,, : NO P '
tax exemption to new businesses and expansions of existing I' ., "

businesses, as defined by general law. Such .n..mption..y bi: ARTICLE ,,V. .. "- i'TERMS' '-. -CONSTITUTIONAL '
granted only by ordinance of the county or municipality, and. onl] JUDGES ; : AMENDMENT! ;,, r'
'COURT
after the elector of the county or municipality voting on sue I OF .OFFICEFOR TRIAL ; 1V( ,
i,
ARTICLED .SECTIONS ll-(5/.12: ,
referendum municipality t<. .. '" t ; ;
'adoptosuch a ordinances. An ot.x'mptthe. so granted shall apply t<. (' ...., { : : >J;, .,;'

improvement to real property made. by or for the use of a n*>S 'J "I,(.;., t ;f ;J., ,"' '":, ''' .ART'CLE'IV' ',;
a: I. "
'
business and improvement to real property related to the expansioi ,, "'"
nt '
of an existing business and ahalX also apply to tangible personal seCTION 10, Retention election and t.,....- "''OEPARTtoIEN'TS OF VETERANS AFFAIRS'"AND'ELDERCYkAFFAIRS' :

property of sUCh new. business and tangible personal property relate,I .
t* the expansion of an existing business. The amount or limit el t! |a) Any justice of the supreme court or any judgof' a district : : ,, '
the amount of such exemption shall b* specified ,by general law. Thi r' court of appeal may qualify for retention by a vote of the elector
period of time for which svon exemption stay to a n*<, in the general election next preceding the expiration of him term.la
sbusiness or expansion of an existing business shall be determined bl]y' the manner prescribed by 1.... It. justice or Judge Is ineligible or
general .v. The authority.to grant such exemption snail expire tei,'f.ils> to qualify for retention a vacancy shall exist In that officer
year* from ,the date of 'approval.by the electors.of the county 01 upon the expiration of the term being served by the justice or judge.
municipality, and may b* renewable by referendum a* provided b;]y When a justice of the supreme court or e judge of a district court of SrCTION It Department of Veterans Affairs.--The Legislature, b
genera, law. appeal so qualifies, the ballot shall read .substantially follows. genera laW; may provide tor the establishment of the Department
Shall Justice (or Judge) ... (name of justice or judge)... Of the Veterans Affairs.,
f.) Iy general law and subject to conditions specified therein,, .. (name of the court'be retained 1m office?* If a majority of
there may be granted an ad vaora tax exemption to a renewable.> the qualified elector voting within the territorial jurisdiction oft SECTlOlt I*,', Department of Elderly Affairs--The tegUlatur ma
energy sows. device and to real 'property Oft' which such device li > the court vote to retain the justice or judge shall b* retained for retie a ftepartment of' ElderlyActairs and prescribe Ite'dutles.provision .
installed and operated, to the value fixed by general law not t o a term of six years commencing on the firs Tuesday after the first, oovernLnq.'the administration orthe department muaT
,exceed. the original coat of the d.v..nd Jor the period of tlm,. Monday in January following the election. If a majority of with ec on o r e t o tat ons ton
Allied by general law not to exceed ten ,. .. the qualified (lectors voting within the territorial jurisdiction ef



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AuguM 2S, 1M TELEGRAPH Page 11"
.,
I Reception at, Bank Honors J.E. TomlinsonJ

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E. Tomllnson was honored 'service in the community and win. hUJlMlt, worn ttegMxi Executive of '
August 2 at a reception given by ,since 19S3 were disgla edy Florida National Banks Statewide of
Florida National Bank, in appreciation Employees of the bank assisted In Jacksonville, Donald Grafton,President
of his 35 years service to the serving punch fingerfooda and a ,) and Phil Floyd, Vice PresI-
community and in honor of his recent -- cake decorated with the number 35. dent. Florida National Bank of Fer-
promotion to Senior Vice President Out of town !guests were Charles nandina Beach.
in charge of Consumer Credit
Administration of Florida National ------
-,- -- -- -- -
Banks Statewide.The 1
reception was held at the bank t

which ,was decorated with green Altman Etc. Reunion on TapThe
plants and an arrangement of sum.
mer flowers. Altman 'Family ,"Fish Fry"
Tomlinson's wife, ,Romana, and Reunion la set at 10 a.m.,this Sunday fie and many are from Bradford
his mother, Mrs. Joe P. Tomlinson Aug' m, in T.Y. Park in County, according to Ms. Alice (Win,,
were presented with white carnation Hollywood{ FL. nie) Knapp, a BAS graduate. For
corsages. J. E. and Ramona were in The family names Include Altman,. more Information, can Winnie (309)
the recelvtnllllne. Foster, Johnson, Starling, and Grif- 2S-0233 or Suzy (305) 431-3274.
Various pictures of Tomlinson. tPr
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Vote For'Lawrence

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L. 5MJackson

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y1 GRIFFISCounty Building Gets August Improvement, Award...

k' Bruce Scott general manager, receives the July Im, Jackson's Building Supply renovated and enlarged
provement Award from Wally' Ingram executive the front
entrance added new office pace,, and put on ,
? director of the Starlit-Bradford Chamber of Coma new roof. '
Commissioner merce. "i" ;P, .

"
District 3 1

t H/l/fes/ /
Hampton By Dolores Meng, 468-1915, o-
,
I sincerely appreciate your trust In me by asking me to represent you. County Wedding Bells... ,
the Bad
Lands of South r"Kota.
Commissioner District 3. Copy submitted for' last week's
Congratulations to Bette Smith They also .
went to St. Louis and
I will honestly and sincerely work very closely with the other County Commissioners and Danny Lee, Martin of ed through the Great Arch there.In pass. paper, was omitted due lo, lack of
Is last ,,
Following week's col-
to Improve the needs and problems which are facing our county. Gainesville who were married July 5 August they attended a Bible space.umn for Hampton IlllltfU.
I will fully support the needs and budget of the Sheriffs Office. in Yakima,'Washington Convention In Carlisle Pa. There! ,
:
I will be available In an office, each day. at the County Road Department. Bette and Danny' spent some they visited hersister.ln-Iaw. Mrs. August ;;jal.---

,' I will be a visible full time working County Commissioner weeks during June and July vaca- Charles Johnson. -Bob and Becky Anglon of
( honing in the Western States. They 'They'visited other relatives Mr. Gainesville ''the
( visited Bette's son and family, Bill, and Mrs. Lorin Martin, Sr., his proudly announce
Thank You for Your Continued Support Robin and Shannon Smith in Yakimafor father at Turtle Bay on Lake Erie, arrival of their daughter, Ashton
Nicole. She born 6 at
was
I I' several his stepmother, Frances Martin Aug.
days.
September 6 1988 Alachua General ,and
Hospital
Among interesting places they and Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Martin and
weighed 7 Ib. 14 oz., measuring 20 Inches -
toured Rocky Mt. State Park, family in Ashland, Ohio. Enroute .
Vote [[XI LAWRENCE L. GRIFFIS Portland, Oregon, Sunrise: Paradiseand home they stopped at Ruby Falls Maternal grandparents are bonnie -
,
Mt. Rainier, Wash. Enroute and Rock City at Chattanooga, Tenn.
and Crawford of
Hugh Margaret
Bradford Commissioner District :3 home they spent three days: at '
County Hampton. Greatgrandfather'.lsLynn
: Yellowstone National Park, viewed Stephen Goes' to 11 a waif... Hall of Hampton.

-y Mt. Rushmore, Mt. St. Helen's and Stephen Spell: spent several days Paternal grandparents are David
last week visiting his r.arentsf' Mr. and Thelma Lewis of Gainesville,
and Mrs. Henry Spell .and Robert Anglon of Georgia, '
'''
,r relatives following his naval trait/-
ing at Cory-Naval Station in Pen. Vacationers/ Return. ...'
NO. 10 sacola. On Friday Henry annd Judy i '
M. CONSTITUTIONAL''AMENDMENT' ...," took Stephen to Jacksonville wherehe ; James .(Red) and 'wilma jean ,
'
got his flight to Hawaii where he Terry have returned home after a

ARTICLE SECTION e 21, t, ? I, ,has been assigned for further duty. two-week vacation visiting relativesin '
,' ." I, Paul Lefebvre of Pensacola spent Columbus Ohio. While there handsome they
celebrated the birth
of their
-
I, !,', \ """ ,' > .' ', :' "' .1 ,, ; :',' '." ::;;'-." <; ', ; ', ;',. severaldays Mrs. Viola Lefebvre visiting, and his other mother nearby grandson, Michael Ryan Tug-

; ,:). :' '.,:;,,;',,1,, : '" ,., : I ",;1,1, I"j'r;::, :: : \r't,: :: ; '\{';,, [(,:/,;,",::, /' ,''' : ', ,relatives here gle, on August 2. )
,,0))I ,\;J i \flFm'_- ""'-" i iS"ilf ;:,1)Y.ii'; !,:( ;i M1,.lfe'r j} ;.,," ',',: ',)'" 'I (:;; '\?; ',:,Ii tt;:,,.: ,:.' \ ;'W ;;:Jp d',ti>. '\ i '; 1iM f & 'C! !, "''I I, ji'i\' )' ;"" I" \ .. ,', ,\ ') < I i' "f1l"" ,,4 }.\" : \,':,\ li'I:(: n\\\II; \\ ,''i f. \" '\\iw.JI: j ,I ');I< ,1 I''" ,'p\'o i August Birthdays... : a vacation trip to the mountains -

< ,".t tI :, :,": !, : ;, : ',n';'7 1," ,: :\ 1''( ;':',", 'J"" -:. '. ''I' ; ,'< : 'I(: (' ',, ';,'i':,. ({.":J1\'I\&tII\; !:);,' \) %;( \;., a.,t,}!''r t; ,'f':,?'\,N'il' \:! :"i'li:' fl((11\\r l,;;'ri'r:{\" \ !,j <"-," .y i. '", ,',' '1 Aug. lS--Torl; Raina Tracy 'Carolina of and North Tennessee.Georgia', North'

:'', ; iA''''J"" '''f I','i Jf'.'"i 1"H'rVJ': ; -v, :'"XRl'lCLfi'1,'1"1"'I'" ', ,: : !'"i',\,, >I(' }('i'j/'yii:/ Ij\\},
,, IMITATION, ,OF .NON-ECONOMIC: DAMAGES \, INCIVIL'ACTtON.StWi1' / : )"\ ','. >:, /' 'I" ; ;i' :: 'Thomas Turner; 19-June Haddock,' group Camp she O'Leno instructs Park, with the dance-
,
v<+I 4'.. .. ,te, 'r "' .f' ,LI."" '''" ? \ { ,,. i ,.' .f' "" Tim Crews, Charles Woodard;
"
.<( "U'_" '." ,' \'Wwiffi' $& '''' ,1M,0," 'f "w7asi **"" 1OI*,, ''tJ.*. l'''." "((1''i''' 'i'' .V r. Adam 20-Freda Hunter Mitchell; 21-Kenya David Hendrieth Meng,, Home. from HospfaMrs. / /..*,,
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Article' amended the following provided that a person eniiiled to recover damages 8 for; bodily !Injury ton, Edwa d Baker; 27.Terry: '
I ;' 1//Section 21 of the florida Constitution Is by adding : , Kerschner, Evelyn Rawcliffe; Hampton Elementary( ,..
of than $100,000 (for noo-economk: losses Non< In action brought after' the effective dale of this Amendment may not recover an aggregate more .
any I' 28-Angela TI omas; 29-Denise Curtis School will be in session on Monday
losses Inctixi pain and suffering, inconvenience" mental I anguish, loss capacity'to enjoy life, toss consortium and other nop-peCuniary" 10" Ws., <, ,I i Ruth Met g; 30-Verdis( Hawkins, Aug. 22 for students. Hours remain -

Section'Z. Dink Baker;, :.1-Joshua Meng. as last year's schedule7:45a.m. :
'" ("' < until 2 Bus routes and
Article 1, Senior 21 of the Florida Constitution il further amended by adding the'following: By general ll law the maximum amount recoverable may be Hampton Elementary..,. schedules are p.m.also the same.

: adjusted to conform! to changes that occur'after the effective date of this Amendment in a consumer price index published. by the: .United" Slates Government School :wen, into session with a Cafeteria lunches are priced at $.80
vv: : '"\. "f.. for K through 5th grade, $.90 for 6th
: ; ;, smooth start in Monday. 'Aug. 22.
Section 1 Schedule. *** '
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,,, i Principal Mar Anne Kyle is joinned
'AI) If this Amendment i is held invalid for containing' more than one subject this Amendment shall >limned| to Section,!.,:;'. ';\ !/'::,'/"'' Mi'\: \i' >fJ',1/',). '; '"' ,'' this year by tI r following staff: I

'' BI) "This 'Amendment:, lIl..ke. effect thirty days after the date of the election at which II is approved., /' ':: ,,1 Sf; ;, ;' ::1:0'/: ';?' ;:"";\; ""r\i\ ,' ri'/-' ,1'1'I' KINDEHG/ tTEN-Joseph Wat-
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';", < *The first nine amendments were proposed by the .,:;),//i::'". "tf:, ;);: < ADULTS REASONABLE RATES

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I Football Practice Goes Well Despite ,Heat, 1


Practice\ is going good despite the (Coacb': nurse Is pleased with, the 'techniques 1 defensively.That (b tur-,
not weather'and rain says Head play of his veteran backfleld. The ,ting us more than anything else right
<'<)ach David Hurse after his players backs are learning two positions' now. Once we start playing with "
went into pads Monday, Aug. 22, running back and fullback, to pro- good techniques it't' going to make a
when school starts vide depth. Both quarterbacks the difference."
veteran John Berry and sophomore The only player who'i been consistent ,
Defensively, there have been newcomer Reggie Sheffield.The so far is Jimmy Long at strong "
ight spots but there is a lack of passing game will be stressed side defensive' end, says Coach,Sex.
Coach Mike, Sex- more Hurse says. Throwing has
rufistency, says ton.Other 1
hampered the weather
been by rainy players, who must come
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38 players are out for the varsity, afternoons. through, are not where they should'be. ''
,i out what the coaches expected* The offensive line is showing good Sexton says, such as Bill
nd no surprises The JV team has "We need continued Hamilton, Rodney Mosley ''Travis
another 40 boys out with 10 more ex.picted Improvement.improvement from them every' Long, Dane Clark and Chris
at the end of the week under Dinkins. 1
Hurse.
leadership of Coach. ,Mike Gutter.i day says The play is there is spurts,but con-
"Right'now, our biggest problemis sistency must cornel for the Tornado
depth," says Coach Hurse Plana defense to be effective,.says Coach .
short scrimmage, about an are to work five players both ways Sexton, known for ready
i .ir. is set at 8 p.m.The scrimmage on offense and defense These which bend but are stingy
II follow Parent's Night, set for 7 players include John Berry,quarter. when it comes to giving up ,
n. In the gym. back and back up defensive back; touchdowns to opponents. .
',,I'm very pleased with the at-' Dane Clark, a starting defensive For Instance Coach Sexton V i ii
!1''lde of most folks," says Coach tackle who can also play offensive pointed out,the goal line defense had ,
imrse., "We're working,hard, mak- tackle; Jimmy Long, a starting an excellent stand allowing the oft "
''I.,; good program"' defensive end who can also play tense to score only twice In 20 plays i .. .. -
the other day. But then back in the --- --- -- -
The team is hampered, some tight end Keith Jenkins, a starting
M ,egging injuries,but nothing serious defensive;linebacker who can play .regular defense, the. players fell 8 Students: Advance In Kung Fu... ,
i light now, Hurse says. offensive guard; Don McDavid, a apart don't not performing."I Instructor of the White Dragon Kung fm Club gated and advanced eKght(student A.,. 11.
know the defense
Next Friday, Sept. 2, Tornado two way tackle,and Rodney Mosley, could if the field and, right Advancing to.Lelt status,lb.lblyd lord,were BrUn Darts Mike Wallace,and Eddie wanA.yuoc1n&to
now. get on
,idders- Fall are Jamboree slated to participate at Keystone in also the powerful tough running back back defense.who Is with anybody," says Sexton. And yellow belt lotus,the second level Kelly Wallace Caleb Dark Joshua Dyeoj, Ray Dyal,Todd Hutcnewa.
IU\High. BUS will play Union High at 8 a rover on the defense needs a leader' The testing couUUng of form, block, punch, kicks,and elf defense
tn. for two consecutive quarters. Coach "Mike Sexton says his ,somebody to step out and take The hutructors are landing:Wu u Bob Wallace and Wu Sandlo Wallace and kneeling Muter Fred"Smltty
p i Interlachen High and Keystone High defense lacks consistency. The keyis charge. Nobody has done .that yet, Smith.
\will play the second half, technique."We're using very poor the coach notes.


U Starke Jr., Stars Team Does Well ,at Nationals.

The Starke Stars (the Semor Boys Starke batting leader 'was 'Tim 'average.The .
I.om the Starke Men's Church Soft Hardee who went -tor.ll.a .727 Stars won their first game In Re-Elect-
ball League) posted a 2-2 record for pace. Five followed at .500: Richie Athens 10-2 over the Danville Senior
13th place out of 36 teams in the 14th Barnes &-11, Kirby Hildebran 7-14, Boys of Bellvllle,Ark.Leading Stars
annual Junior Olympic National ''Tim Lewis 6-12, Chuck Mullins 4-8, hitters were James Carver and Tim
Stowpitch Softball Tournament held and Allen Wood 510. The team batted Lewis, each 3-4; Chuck Mullins 2-2.
Aug. 4-7 in Athens, GA. .410 with SO hits in 119 times at and Tim Hardee, Kirby Hildebran' ESTHER S. ,HALL ,
The Franklin, Ohio Merchants and Randall Polk, each 2.3.'The'
,m the tournament. Runner-up was bat.In the four game the Starke Stars Stars batted ..531,17for32.In ;
i lie Bandidos of Miami, FL,.the 1987 scored 31 runs, 7.8 runs' per game the second game Aug. 5, the, Tax Collector "
rhamoion. and Rave up 26 runs,a 6.5 per game Stars lost 9-1 to eventual runner-up 7 .< .
_.__._-- _.... .,.__...-- Bandidos of Miami. The Stars were .
limited to four hits, going S-for-24 a ,
Pall .208 pace. Allen Wood was 2-2 and
Bowling League Richie Barnes and Tim Hardee 12.

Now Forming The Stars won their third game, Dear Citizens of,Bradford County:,
going up 2-1,and going 13-3 over the ,
Your Phone And
Pick Up' ,C.C.. Raiders' from Corpus Christi!
Reserve ,Your 'Spot, Nowl Texas. Batting. .531, the Stars were', I am Esther S. HaH.'your Bradford County, Tax Collector and,I am running iui
led by Tim Hardee and Randall \ Re-election to this office.,
Polk,3-3; Billy Heavner and Chuck
DIAL 9648,175Don't Mullins; 2-3; Kirby'' Hildebran 2-4, I would like to say THANK: YOU" for letting me serve as your Tax Collector forthe '
and James Carver. and Allen Wood; past 8 years: 'I consider It an honor and a privilege tp serve the people. of

Delay Do It Right Away 12.In Game 4 the' Stars were Bradford County *T ,; .
eliminated in a 12-71089 to Guarino's
Little Italy of Cleveland, Ohio. Batting I was born and raised In Lawtey., I graduated from Bradford High School and
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hitters were Richie Barnes, Tim Bradford County.: ; :
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Leagues Are Forming As Follows: Hardee.and Tim Lewis all 2-3 and
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Mon 1:30: pm Seniors :Wed. 1:0Q'pm Mixed ,Kirby Hildebran, 2-4. I have worked In the Tax: Collectors office since High School. ', '' : ',;"" :':(
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.Mon. 7:00 Mixed (New) Wed. 7:00: DuPont Season Stats... T : i', :., ,
Tue. 7:00: pm Mixed Thu;. 7:30 Ladies For'' the 1988 season, the Stars1' The'Tax Collectors office Is your office and I are there to erve'I", ( ,, ,; ) 1'1' '"
.-rue..7:30: pm Men's Thurs. Men's (New), posted a 23-21 record and hit.523 as a
Wed. 9:30: am Coffee Fri. 7:30: Mixed team. The Tax Collectors office Is a great responslbllty -You do'need experience Inthis .. "',..
Season batting leaders wereNam.i ': .office. So I hope that when you go to the polls on Sept;;6lh that;you vote, fo' ". : ': ,. '' '.

Sfnrlcc Lanes Tim Ha..... H 11 A-I a'* Av.,.733 >., me, ESTHER S. HALL, for you. Tax Collector with EXPERIENCE. "i -- .. ,V. i I"',::1'+",, ';"\ ''p", .'.

Tim LI. t* 114.MS ,
Eric Noawooth N 1U ..85Richie ,I will be your friend In.the Courthouse and help you at all times ",,:: .,: ,r'y1ih!g: 7hiJ(
!Bom* 70 121 ,.871 \' I.\ :"
An Offer'' You Can't_ Refuse Jams Ca..r 44 ,11J .671 Thank You, '; ':," .ti I!II i'i : ;I;i,,;:! t ;i;

:Good For One Free Esther$. HaD :, ,,: :/1:
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'Game' of Bowling ,W.Pal.Adv., ?. '( :.';';"
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"It's more fun when you bring a friend. i ,E.,'

Expires Sept. 10, 1988 .- ',1 :,"", :.\,,

Only One Coupon Per Person Per Day ::::' ,:

Home is where heart' is.,
>>>>:a ::2 : your :,

My heart is in Bradford County the birthplace ,' .
/ of children and grandchildren. I have
Name._..-______;'-..___-._.:..____.....,......._ ....._____... ? t ei my a.
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u. 'I'"t' vested interest in its future and a deep commit-

Address.;:___ __,,_.--, _--- r --__.M--_..._____ ; ? ,ment to providing the most secure environment
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A -L41 for my family and yours. The foundation of my .',.
___ :---_..._..._ "Zip Code,,_l_ \ +, campaign is in the heart soul,and conscience; of ,
fi in Bradford County' ''
,every person
P h o'n e__ ___ __ .. ;
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;My Choice, of League ,. ... ," How I Can Better Serve You, "
c *A"working" sheriff. the highest priority "
Preferred Day of Week ,.. _ '' i' '* Equal law enforcement for all
I "u ,1 24-hour police protection
Preferred'TIme' (Mom./'Aft.,,'Night) .. ', / ;t' + *Open door policy-accessible 24.hours/day
,1+ *Prompt police response
., '1'r: : :. n \ t'*Strong presence in oil communities of Bradford County
*-In erVics. training to produce the most highly
trained officers
*Equality in hiring
-" y ., *A strong support auxiliary .
Improved law enforcement efficiency'through networking
with emergency services "
..d Initiation of a civil processing division
Better education to reduce cnme in Bradford Countyi I

i 'Ask me more about my goals for you,
M the citizens of Bradford County.
I

"PUTS SAVINGS'ON 1HE Dedicated to a

Kenneth career' in law enforcement!' -,

UNE"I .. 26 1/2 years in law enforcement, "
ETHERIDGE /* 20 years as a member of the Florida Highway Patrol
serving Bradford County "
I Acting Chief Apopka Police Department

Summer 'Tank Installation'

SPECIALS Meet,my .family! '

.1 Married 28 years to Fay Etheridg "
AS LOW AS
.. *Two children: Kenneth.Jr., and '
Tamara Etheridge Moaley ,'', '
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$ 46 50 > Four grandchildren ,
*Member, Madison Street Baptist Church

.. Includes' tank Installation

,(up to 30' of material) '''Your vote can make a difference.

Tank full of gas A '' 'help and p.port,1 will make sure the

> No tank rental until 1989 Bradford County Sheriffs Department works

.Complete gas Inspection hard for you, each and County every,citizen while maintainingthe of Bradford

of your appliances highest standards of

law enforcement.


: Respectfully yours

Suburban 2350 SW Arenor"oed. .4'f ,
Galnvine.'. PL

Propane '(904)) 376.5651, Kenneth G:Etheridge 'PeL pol ..,.

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I Representitive Bill, Grant Visits Starke-Bradford Kiwanis flhih: 1

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Congressman Bill Grant ''years after being found guilty bun,, The three year Ifmifsa filing fort* 'lS.os: "Tm against that.". said ,chases, but- there should be a outside Income should not be denied,
Madison, representative from the dy is filing charges of incompetency Writ of Habeus Corpus, '"providedthe Grant. For every 10 percent In-1' reasonable limit to the right to bear but full financial disclosure should
2nd District In the U. S, House of both for himself and for his trial. rights of the defendant have been crease in ''the minimum wage, arms. "Why should anyone have an,, be made. ,
Representatives, was a dinner guest counsel. 'protected by competent .coUMel"was 200,000 workers are-put out of work. anti-tank weapon" for example, Grant is up for re-election in the
and speaker at the Kiwanis Club In "Respect for law separates the result., Grant said. The proposal to go to Grant asks. 'What are they going to 2nd Congressional District and has
Starke Tuesday August 16. democracy from, anarchy" says "111. the twelve years since the $5.05 is a 45 percent increase which do with it?", no Democratic opposition In the
Grant has filed a bill In the U. S. Rep. Grant "and situations like that Supreme Court ruled that capital will cause 900,000 workers lose The ownership of guns for protect Primary elections. He will,
Congress that will limit the time for decrease the respect for law." punishment is legal only 18 296 their jobs, "There is a better way, tion and/or sporting purposes shouldnot however, have a non-partisan write
filing a Writ of Habeas Corpus to Hearings on this matter were heldin prisoners"... on death row have been he said. be restricted, but"some changes in candidate as an opponent in the
three years.Using Washington, D. C., and a determination executed, Grant said 9 There are 150,000 Heads of may be needed In the Constitutional General Election In November. Den-
the case of Ted Bundy as an was made, that "It Is time There is a movement in Congress Households making less than the 'right to bear arms'. There should bea nis Prescott' of Tallahassee, has
example, he save that after 1IPVeit tn tin IWImpthin to Increase the mimum to "
wage poverty line in the United Sates. reasonable limit, Grant said. entered the race as a non-partisan
Earned income'> tax credits up to Grant is for a balanced budget in candidate.The .
$1,200 or $1,300, up from the present the U. S. Government and favors a 2nd District encompasses 26
$800 would solve the problem better line item veto for the president. He counties strung across north-central
according to Grant. has co-sponsored a bill to this effect. Florida. The counties are Baker,
NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The Omnibus Anti Drug Bill will Tax increase? Well how, Grant Bradford. Calhoun Columbia, Dix-
impose harsher penalties on the asks, will it be possible to balance a ie, Franklin, Gadsden., GUchrist
drug Czars and repeat offenders,the budget without some kind of in- 'Gulf, Hamilton Holmes, Jackson,
ones who are at the top of the rings, crease In revenues? Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy,
The of will hold its first he says. He will strongly support Legislators are paid around Liberty, Madison, Suwannee
City' Lawtey public that, legislation. ,. $90,000, he says. With maintaining Taylor. Union, Wakulla.
6 1988 after'', Grant says 'nlx' to a seven day' two homes, and Incessant travel and Washington, and parts of Bay and ..-..
hearing on September regular waiting, period ,,on hand pun purWorth related expenses; honorariums and Clay,

council ,meeting at Lawtey; City Hall. All

citizens invited ''to attend. whose telephone prefix is 485, 468 After working hours, for juror
are 9ptingIn' or 496 may call either of two ''calls and regular non-emergency
numbers in emergency situations, business calls during courthouse
toll free, and reach the courthouse hours call 375-0209.:
switchboard during hours.
'' working
8/252tcl1g9/01 Emergency.. 'Those numbers are: .'

-' .. Residents,of Bradford County 376-1502 or 377-5122. Duck Race...
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'The American Cancer Society is

.' promoting a duck race on Silver
River at Silver Springs, Florida
Saturday, September 10. The
is,' ',::'. '" ,,' for gate
the race will at 530
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<, '. ,Y,': ,,,,/ --;, I'\'f,; .',' '''I'i ;1!. :' ,1\. :,: .. Bradford County residents are
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ducks, for $5 each, in this fundraiser -
,,.,,' to fight cancer. Each duck
""I.' .' will be numbered in order to identify -,
I the sponsor, with winners
rill '"" receiving prizes, from a trip to
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',.'\\1' .,: ." ', Hawaii for two, to a 35 mm
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", :. :,',;, Register for your duck at one of
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firms: ,
,Community State Bank (Both
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/ Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio
'w. STATE ATTORNEY i'H' -Stump's Department Store
'House'.Western Steer'Family Steak

Sponsors will be competing: with
some 60,000 entrants, statewide.


Gene 'Whitworth A1 '. SSAT-II Program...

Myrna Lou Hurse; director of
Federal & Compensatory Programs '
announces the State Compensatory -'
id ':, : Education Program will,
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Program High
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: ,. I' i(,;", "...vlfllt. ,CVMd! r'IL! w.mw\: U Ml\!; < i{*kit, '1'\\l MN&'VJ' itdijfIJjlv) 1.. (j{ \t1 4)1) fl :' ''l ""iif1M'! Iwl' r t Ji1: t)#' \'.Ji:'WJ1.',, 'M''t.l.t' 1, ," 'J.. It1m"iJ/ } : \': \ \I \,:, School during the 1988-89 school
( ,!Vkli,1 ; \1'J ': II term. ,
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,' (, ,' .' .- ,I" >",\', :' ', ; i ', '' : ;1 ; '! : : ': '('; \;: : ; "; : Tutorial Program, which will beginthe
second week of school (August

:PNPOR$E t SHE R IFF.. .E.tP.Q: 'FORRE-E.'t iJ3TION 29-September will meet each 2)week. Tutorial from classes 3:20 to

,-. ,'" ,4:20 p.m., at Bradford High School
''h Any student Interested in atten- y

ding a Tutorial Class (Math or,, ,
.,OFFICE OF run STATE ATIORNEYliightb Communications) should contact
Mrs. Hurse at the Bradford High
Judicial Circuit of Florida :, pUtax 14J7 School Board Office (Ph. 9646800)on

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t t"f 1',1 1\>.1',1' FOR'THE' COUNTIES : fi7J@q '
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i ,r/l/ t I "+ 'c.Lv,: !"JUGENT.' WHITVl'OKIII.. ., ,. ,. r I' ':1. \ Ia &i,f, I'"; : BARER BRADFORD OILCNRISi LEVY" I \ Call 964-7678 or 964-568L
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':' :'S ;stl hS ".Tr' : ',; ', I : '( '' \/ :: < \ : t v I !.r t 6tU, y 1, y I ,: i\:* f,; h\:\ :,:;i//A;Xr I'S;', 'j\,\" :\ [ :l'ir;; '; r :'S itiG; ,i: ndI' ;;';':: \ I\\, '; ," is available each Tuesday in
;':'..!J\JXV J\l 1 ::,,;I'fr'l:: : ; :'; ; ,,, /' ,. ;,'" ,'' '. 'c" : .,, J'fii,;::: \'I'\\JI t\l,;,: ; Z\\i\\;1 ;;, .! I h ,,,N ttb) ", l .i'; ,.(",: "Y'; [,, : I\'fl\'+ ;"\(:" ;, M1i'I, "ii )?!I ,,, '.' the Lake Civic Center,

,,' \ ; :ir; ,"jffi \ %; (; <1 \ "':...,t\!\\ \,: :':"';> I" ,: !f,';'ti''':,"': '," ", "'.<, ,\ ,. r: "" .:-:.,:I't:, ::' ,/\hlf:,'\;; l,:,t.: ;1'I'i:(, : f {h\:,):!;( ,;! \i}\: I )\ :r\r'i"I\(;;' !; ,/ .,\:iulf i,:;{li,{ ;;t., t.\bt\ ;iJj'j}I': t 4{e[ j :,}l 1 t\Ij1:,\' h\:\; $" ':Y: '(\1lki'; :;;V ":,>:1 1t ," from Kingsley 8-10 addttionallnfonnatloncall with Ken Perez
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State
'..''IA! / "I.\;:;):'s:; '\'', > '' I ''I, am Gene Whltworthyour' ;, } ) ""I ,' ) 'I ',I r call-in service
'I, <'J "' t ''includes' Bradford County. ;1 'was first'I'I;;'. ',' "S ",I,; ', \, ij'II"I ,', A morning
; n'' : : ): : which alone
Circuit
r'J" Judicial. ) ; assist senior citizens who are .
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'" / .\ ,4.,""" ,, I. ,' Dolph ,Reddish) and am I I .' 1" ', '1.: '. ," "II!., ,.1+, is offered the Starke Police
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"Ilt.: <; : : 1'\ ; : ,, elected in 197. ?' ( same Year ', .' '''1' ,1'1 ''N, "

."', '' 'I\I::'! 'iI.1\r'i''(\}, / :I )|; "" ", {, ... ," .' 'currently, unopposed, for' "my fifth; term. II, '". If ',!'", '"f",:;I''I'\' J"'il\ (';'lC\\," "\:\:' ''1' \ ''I"I'\i'v"I '>Q/jr"ll/ I Jimmy Department Bowen.To according. to Chief

If,'j"1",'"', '/ ','\Ife, '' (:\, ''(([" ,'', \ ::' ,,(;.;A\il\\\ ;\ \\ \riJ!; i" },( '::" I, become involved In the program -

,, ,I ';:\,: ""lif ; : :; ; '\t'1: ,, ', "" t endorse. Dolph'Reddish Jor're-election +las, Slierif.f. ;"I\"j. ,; : '\felltwhave {' ,i,: :\\ (,' :j l) : )fl\\" :,'Y, ',:'".'.' '" a citizen is asked to register, then-
"" iW'jfy with the Police Department
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", ,'":IHr"" t\tH!/ \> \ i\\f;*; \" ,,'" ,.', known Dolph' personally"and professionally( for;" morethanVytwenty : :';\ .\, |",[.I ,'I"6") ," '. rj'J W'1''J'J' ",,<.' ',:, ,"- call In before 10 a.m. each day;.

," .MVAWteV' ::!\ \iAail i\; :;";. years,,' and I know him to be qualified ,' honorable ," and '- Vv;',; ). ',,'.>,?,,;'";"I;'' TO.if" ; '' '/, -/, ( ; 'After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will
%:!"' '>\ ''' ''' 'life. 'V / n'4, u' / i:', : check on those citizens who have
professional ,
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above in ; I\ / '
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and without : .. : ,: ". -: Chief Bowen reminds the public
: \\.1-1J ,;:tr"Y'; :: : 'recent, drug investigation in ,Bradford County';; can : -,, ,
;:?' ::; ; : ,' \'" in, way ''Dolph involved ',": : :". ; ::: ,\ I': } .\:, :,1,, that the service is available.
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'\ ''" '' above 'reproach.. ,Dolph',,' ;' I. ,,, '" ,,' .
: I \I\\ ';" 1" wrongfully.. As I said before ; he is I '1, ."; Meals for Seniors..
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Mi"\\\ first to years
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"'(" ,,1>1".1'' Law older be eligible to
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Florida Department'of .1. may
the \I'\rh age
,,;?if'W't"I\I.!; : ) : ',,f' "1+, assistance, from ,my office, ,and ," '( ""' \, t receive a meal at no cost from the
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;1 ;,: :i / ?i Enforcement, several-years ago ,' ', : Suwannee River Economic Council
','.' (' (RI 1j ':,!I'11 :"..::" ""f". ", : '\ ;; "':',1J/f\,1," (SREC) at 134 E. South Street,
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,:!: n\l\ '" 'l'urge you, to keep ; 'r'1' ,' f. "" '. ",",eY ,!, SREC serves a nutritionally
:rI'VJ'H', : ; :" ':.''I, Sheriff keep him. < ; "\ '.'; '1'. through
'\1" "" : ': ai',' good !tif, ". balanced meal Monday
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>"' S, ,'" '' \ call 964-7894."
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:,','1, .. ( B-Unfon Vo-Tech
:" ,. '. ., "r. WHITWORTH SR. i ,. Offers Ed. CourseA
,\ I ., EUGENE( 'r., z .t. "
( i STATE ATTORNEY .i. course is being offered to all
adults Interested u becoming a ,
school volunteer teacher aide or

It. goes' without: saying:'',that: '',I 'am 'very proud 'and honored,, to have my ; system.substitute This teacher Is} a'repeat in a of school/the

course presented In July of this year.<

long' time friend G n "WhitworJh 'in ;my corner Thanks; GeneL::: and The Sept.course 1, there dates will will be a be charge Aug. 30 of

;... \ .. $2 and it ,will be given at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center,


Sincerely ," : '/i.: .", VFW Needs You!
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The local of the VFW.will
next meeting
,"There's No Substitute For Experience be held on August 18. 7 p.m., in
.t1 : the Civil Defense Building at the
. tJp { Bradford "alrgroundll.Refrelhments .
will ,be served
fallowing the meeting. The VFW still
needs charter members. Your par-.
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. Duncan.,-Leads Local Effort to Implement 1 Literacy Plan in Bradford, II


Duncan Directed, School by the Superintendent leadership of Jim, to Adult Charles Thomas, Coordinator of Book list Presented to Bradford- Second Language Books :2 a & 3 ..-. Workbook for Ski1(-Book 2 'Puzzles and. Patterns,
major effort Is under to a Education at the Vocational County Public Ibrary! Finding a Job Math Skills by Objectives-Book 1 Money MathPractical
way )implement Technical Center, which supplied
the local "Literacy Plan" and Five Minute Thrillers 20 books Entry to English Books 1-4 Math; For the Worrld of Work Math Book 19
to coordinate efforts in Bradford' the books and tapes to the library. (five in each set) with 20 tapes. Reading Skills for Adults Books Life Skills Mathfundamentals Working With NumbersRectTriangleHex.Hept. .
County to make library services Challenger Reading Series-Books 1-4. of Mathematics. .
available to meet the needs of all its All adults, readers and nonreaders 1-5 Laubach Way to English, Book" ;3'' : .," Real-Life English.Books 1-4
Living in the Reader's ; World :
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citizens. ,are invited to visit the new ,' ,' ,, '0'. ''I. '''
Books 2.4Dtctionarj ; \; ,
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ly developed !section! of the Bradford "
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of Exxential English 1 '.,> .1 "\, ,, .
County Public Library and enjoy the "
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Books 1-4 ,
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new books that available, ,, ,
A new section has been added to are I Wish!Could Write '
the Bradford County Public Library, fortunate Hopefully, many citizens that are Using Language Experience ,
enough to read efficientlywill
consisting of books with accompany Writing Activities for Newspaper
ing tapes,for non-readers and adults encourage non-readers to .visit Readers
just learning to read. Each book is'' the library,too, says Thomas. Writing to Others "
accompanied ,with a, tape cassette, 'Writing Met
so that the student can read along'. All new books that are shared with Filling) Out Forms 1''i
as the tape is played. The books are the public library are currently: usedin Write All About It ," ,' 'Li '
at an adult level so that they will be Adult Edcucation classes in the Practice in Reading .. ,
interesting to the adult nonreaderswho Bradford County school system, Life Skills Reading Books 1 &2 : .

want to learn to read,according Thomas says. Adult C.-L t"'R'1S:Reader....v.-f.n'."-..u,.,_._"_"'..,....._._"11."" ,,.,..._._.._ 1' L :


I Hazardous Waste Hearing Set '


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U-CAP (United Citizens' Against --,the .legal J' costs and the 'expert batterfeg! can be,'taken 16 Gator :i'-'
Pollution) announced, at their'' witnesses needed ''in the /,Administrative Recycling, north of the old Dairy ",,.1.' II II4h
regular meeting Monday August 15,, Hearing, have been,. Queen in Starke or'Tom ,Jenkins, HI, '
at the Bradford County courthouse scheduled for the coming weeks by behind the 76 station in downtown
that a date and time has been agreed UCAP. Lake Butler, or just off North Main
upon for the Administrative Hearing ,Saturday1, August 27;7:30: ,a Bowf-! Street near K-Mart in Gainesville.Tell .
with DEK(Department of. Environmental ,A-Thon is scheduled for the 301 them you want to contribute to .,I
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Regulation). Lanes in Starke'.Anyone can enter to UCAP, and turn your receipt in to a
The hearing is now scheduled to bowl Each bowler needs to have at UCAP representative. '
begin Monday,December 5,and tun least 'five'sponsors, at a price'per
through Friday December 16, a pin, funds collected to be for UCAP.
period of two weeks. It is to be con Saturday, September 10, an Tennis InstructionStarke
ducted in Jacksonville, but the exact Awareness Day is set for Lawtey. It or Keystone ,
location is not known as yet, will be patterned after the affairs
Private Lessons
previously! held in Starke and Lake
'The hearing was granted by thfr Butler $10 per hour OR
State Department of Administration Tentatively scheduled for Saturday -
I Hearing Officer Jose Diez-Agruelles' and Sunday, November and 6, Learn ,with a Friend. ':
'last July 26, and the two sides had 20 a variety show and concert Is being For $5 each.
days to decide on a date and locationfor organized for the Bluegrass park at Call I\ M
the hearing. Waldo variety of entertainment is Mark at \
being planned for family end'rt ,in- 473-4380 or 964-6305 ,
At the hearing, UCAP's attorney, ment. No alcoholic !Ixweragesi are Current Students
allowed,'concessions :
Deborah Barton of Jacksonville,will are available
present testimony from expert 'at the park.Recycling. include''members of
'witnesses alleging flaws in the site,. waste, materials is an I KHHS High School Team Literacy, Program. Incorporated Into Public Library... I
selectin: process employed by DER's; ,, ongoing project) ,for'',,UCAP. Wastepaper ,
consulting! firm,,Roy Weston, Inc. ,aluminum,glass copper and "Superintendent of Schools Jim Duncan (left Is have been provided to the library by the Adult Education .
presenting to Librarian Sue'rum, a selection of books Division 'of the Vocational Technical Center.
Internal documents'"' and and cassette,tapes designed for use by;'adult non' Charles Thomas,Coordinator of Adult Education at theVoTech I
readers and adult students: The materials Center Is .
at
reading right.REELECTREBobby
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memoranda obtained UCAP D.9lNCE1 '' '
by from .9lNCE.9l2\[ E!,' D.9lNCE1I
DER files, last April show ;that
Weston consistently''failed to'meet I '9&u> Our 6tfl Season '
deadlines in the site selection process Beginning 'I
,and was unable to successfully
complete all of the required provisions -
of Jts,$500,000'contract with Courtney'sSCHOOL ( ) Biggs
DER.There was continuing flow of, ... \.
heated complaints and counter com- OF DANCE ,
plaints between DER .and Weston, .
during the allegedly flawed selection'" Fall '
Registration 'Allg. 26 Commission 1
process..ln spite of DER's denial of City Group
political considerations allegedly involved at First Presbyterian ,.(.
in picking a small rural coun- Church in Starke
,ty,a daily log kept by a DER official
made reference to wanting to keep a,
,
proposed South Florida site on,the. 'Classes in Ballet, Tap & Jazz AND,
list"for. political. reas' ns." Special Pre-School -,

In Several Other fundraising'Business.4 efforts;',fo pay ,..-.-and For Adult More'InfonnatlonCal14737757t Classes \' '....,*" Keep the, ,City Police Dept.in .


the hands of the Starke votors.

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14iit 1 S Pf"fi Making 'The Right. Choice:

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... CHANDLER
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CARL HURST District,

'f.1? Democrat

BRADFORD COUNTY, TAX 'COllECTOR

Ross Chandler:

a man of...

Integrity'

,Dedication
Commitment'

The voice rang loud and clear at a County Commission '

s meeting August 31. 1988. DID YOU HEAR?, Vote for 'a Better'Future. inBradford Ross,Chandler

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working...'
The Deputy Clerk with law book in hand told the County County owtb

'Commissioners and spectators'that an additional employee and, Drug Prevention
counter space will be' needed to handle collection of solid waste Meet. Ross,'.Chandler Our Youth

fees. She further stated that the,Commissioners would surely Your .

lose a law suit in'an attempt to force the Tax Collector's office to Ross Chandler believes that government is service to the people;He'is a lover of people and he wants to work to
make the collections. see all of the people served honestly and fairly to insure a belief future in our county.,

As a native of Slarke,he is aquainted with the co-hesiveneu and family atmosphere of the people.:He come
One Commissioner went so far as to ask this question: from a Urge family of seventeen children.It is these roots that taught him love sharing. hard. work,and sacrifice.

,"HOW WOULD YOU THE DEPUTY TAX COLLECTOR TELL THE. Minister Ross Chandler believes in putting God first' government as in all areas of his life.He will work la see

VOTERS IN,THE NEXT ELECTION THAT YOU WOULDN'T our county reach its beat

COOPERATE?"By law a solid waste fee must be collected. As the youth minister of Pine Street Church of God In Chnst and serving on the Guy Andrews Minority Recruiting
Committee Rosa Chandler is aquainted,with the needs of our youth and will work to make their future better
w because the future depends on them. "
I ask you voters -WHY NOT the Tax Collector's Office?

"He's ,the Right Choice"VOTE


VOTERS & FRIENDS:'I,,Carl Hurst, and efficient personnel will

at all times cooperate with you and an county officials. We win: ; ":,, -+ VOTECHANDLER '" ,:>,,.",. ,

be there to serve you the taxpayers, and collect any tax :.. ::;;)' .:'

,imposed us. ,.,,'
upon ;. ROSSi" ,
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE! ... .. ;! ::
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Carl Hurst' '

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Tax ''County, Commissioner* District 1
VOTE ,CARL HURST Cofl6tor (Democrat)

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Commissioner. Dist 3 i '"'''' _. 'r .

',, 1 Sampson Trestle Boatramp, Wednesday morning: August 17.:.. .'. : I

} I ;; Game Commission employe are bringing the nets The'dead shad a species of rough fish growing only
I \ L Working For You! out of Rowell lake where rotenone, a chemical used to to about three Inches, can be seen floating on the waterIn
.\ i poison fish, escaped from the nets and killed thousands'of the background. Shad are more susceptible to.the I
shad. poison so no other fish were affected.Fish .
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f ,With 12 years experience as your County Commissioner 4

I j Maxie Carter Jr., as chairman, spearheaded a drive along with IiJl.at, Rowell Lake a Mistake I

other county commissioners to successfully petition DOT to :J

i take back SR 16 W from 301 to the Union County Line, saving The Florida- Game and Fresh According to Porak, the game fish )last year. The study'will'' continueover
Bradford 1 1t Water' Fish Commission has been population in Rowell lake is good. a number of years to determi
County taxpayers approximately $1OOOOOO in studying the effects of vegetation There are 21 bass per acre larger what happens to the fish population,
maintenance and upkeep. (hydrilla) control measures on the than 10 inches, and all bass total 62 after treating for yegetation control.:
fish population in Rowell and Sampson per acre,"which is a healthy popula- A tagging study has been ongoingin
Maxie Carter Jr. served two years on the statewide,Rural i lakes. i bon," he said. the two lakes ''also. Last spring
f. County Committee -''State Association of About 10 days ago,the commission, _. Bream'shellcrackers( and 1800 tagged basS were released in
County
v lake. So far 128, 'about 7
Sampson
fenced off an acre in Rowell lake bluegill) larger' than 6 inches
Commissioners which problems of counties with 100,000 { Due to unsettled weather and sizes number 237 "a very,, good The Commission asks anyone cat.
1 population or less were discussed and recommended to the f heavy rains sone of the Rotenone, a population.1' ching -a tagged fish to record ,the.
; Legislature., 1 chemical used to poison fish, .The shad, which is a source of food number on the tag and report the
escaped from the nets and caused a for the game fish, number 16,000 per catch to the commission. The fish
If you vote at any, of large number of shad a species of acre along the shoreline and up to'' does not have to be saved or turnedin. ''I 1 1he
g small fish up to no bigger than three'' 34,500 per acre in the open water In' 1 .only the number of'the tag should
3 these locations: t Inches, to die outside the nets. addition, there are about 8,000 rpnorted.
'< YOU CAN VOTE FOR '!'Shad are the most susceptible to shiners per acre in the lake ..
CONSISTS OF rotenone," 'said Commission A survey of fishermen using the Starke Recreation
MB- Biologist Wes Porak, who was con- lakes determined that a bass is land-
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THESE PRECINCTS: .MAXIE'CARTER.JR. ducting the 'study;, "About, 2 ppm ed for about every :.3Vi hours of Department. .
J .(parts per million) of rotenone are, fishing time, which is about average
I for bass and but according to Porak. .'
bream
necessary
classes'
Think About It'I only 0.1 will kill shad," he said. The lake was treated for hydrilla' 'Morning exercise begin
BA:, Bradford County Public Library : i ,ppm, Thursday, Sept. 6 at 9:30: a.m. in the
SA: Starke Recreation Check It Out Old Armory, Classes will be held on
Center
Tuesday Thursday and Friday mornings -
8B: Starke Recreation Center KEEP t from 30-10:30 a.m. Morning
MAXIE CARTER JR. classes are free.. Instructor: Chery\.
TWO FOR ONE
'9A:'Southside Elem. Sch. Cafeteria It Godwin,

&Q 9B: Southside Elem. Sch. Cafeteria County CommissionerDISTRICT Evening Aerobic Dance and Exer-

pel. pol. ad?. REMOVED ALL CAMPAIGN FOLLOWING SIGNS WILL ELECTION, BE 1. COMB else Classes begm Tuesday, Sept. 6..
i P ER Aerobic dance is 5:30-6 p.m. Exercise
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Phone rental l service. 1 ''f l I WERRIMMER Cheryl Area. Godwin.Youth Attend \I'

Fla. 4-II CongressFour

< : :; ,--. Bradford County,4-H youth I
' ; \ : / Do yourself a good turn., /I. .t' were part of the over 600 4-H youth
and adults who J participated! in the
c gels engine 24th Annual Florida 4-H Congress at
, ',: ;' ,; The University of Florida.
'.., 1-yec.r warrclI1tyv During the. week long meeting,
. :',,,, people, competed in
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J,.. :.',;l,:; <: I" "',I; '" ,I' ""i i.: '" ;', : Jeff Adams, competing in the

I.:.": ,'''I'r;r: ;: ;:/. :;,; v'l'o:, : ;,\ : 'I:1.! ,' ; ::' ':':?;.'.*,:<'.', :>:.' Health 'Demonstration Contest;,
:,.",,: / ,..",,'. I ,'''.'::,:'; U.ih; ;:;., (lt"H'i': ; : '\:\.:!\ I.i\,\),,( :. ,..: (, Amy Tison, competing Contest in the Safety ,
/ (, ',''i.t, iit11/ ;; :{t'IW,, ,, I'Ilf.II' !'!}11jf! "':', Cox Demonstration, 4-H Council Delegate; and Tracey Bob-
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" I" I''J"I\ ': !I"W!! ) ;\; ':) \.;, compete in the Horticulture, I
." 1 (. ; <;,'1' ?I \I.: 1,> \1"r.; ; ,. ,!I"I 1') Demonstration Contest.
.. '' :" <,.' ','.\.f''i.I.'1'0",',I! :'( ,"/"\' ,, ,.'.,"I ,!III! \ :., Over 160 individual and ::'club'.
; .' ," .<'/ I,', '>(:' : \' ,i'htl' j 1.\0.' 'W'(.:!"}\, awards'were presented at'the 4-h
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. 'r. ,':'":. ," "i\, f, \ r""' ";'!;.\''Jj. ,', l; :, ,' "1 ,; f'h:' (.. !''';''M,', along with 41 trips to national con,
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.oJ"y I.;> ',,,.; ;," :''i" ""b'r.\,(\,!? r.I.(. 1 iIIN il J I j{ 4 !:)WjJ .; Available at: ferences and meetings Jeff Adams
v. .' :<, I. ", !.I'. :\ :,. .I'?. ,. ( \. I, (, ', ,- FLORIDA PEST CONTROL BOB'S LAWNMOWER a CHAINSAW REPAIR won third place in the Health-
,'I ':, f'' i) ,' /' ;:. 539 E. CALL ST STARKE HWY 21 WORTH. Kr(STONE HEIGHTS Demonstration Contest.. Lisa Mosley'
964-5745' 47342UIThiqpenl awarded the College of
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You won't lose sleep over the cost because renting a phone .' I
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I. Starke City Residents' Saving; Big Bucks on Electricity I

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by Baster Rahn 2.3 years.''Salley plans to continue to Realtor Kay Waters, representing ed the councU'to approve a requestto chase the-equipment and operate the $247,376. Davis ''Meter Supply'' Co.
BCT Staff Writer use the building for offices and com prospective buyer La Rue Williams extend the telelphone franchise system upon termination.The was the only other' bidder at
Electric Systems Director Bill munity type businesses. requested the reclassification of pro- with Centel for 60 days,to give addi- council isn't Interested in $255,608.
Weldon reported to the Starke City Norman Conti requested rezoningof perty on SR-16E,from Residential to tional time for negotiating a new operating the telephone system but The bid was awarded to Hughes
Council Tuesday night August 18. property on N. Cherry St., from Industrial. Williams, a cable installer franchise.The will sign a contract for 15-20 years Supply Co., subject to storage and
that Starke residents have savedmore Industrial to Residential. The pro- wants the property for current franchise.. In opera- with Centel. delivery satisfactory with the city.
in storage.of equipment. tion for the past 30 years, expiresthis City Clerk Neil Tucker opened There was a brief discussion concerning
than $3 million electricity perty has never
bids for PVC to be used
wastilprobably It negotiated with pipe In the the expansion of the Enterprise
charges during the past four years. dustrial ,and month was
This happy situation came about classified (in error in the original Other Matters... H.A. Bishop owner of the system in water-sewer expansion and_ renova- Zone north into the area of
through concerted effort and plansof plan. Citv Attorney Terence Brown ask-. 19S7,and provided for the city to pur- Supply tion currently Cq. was under low way.bidder Hughes at. SR-16 taken.CJbb .and Cherry St. No action was
the city council some five years I If- ,
ago when council members decidedto :
cut back on generating electricityand Like 'water on aDuck's : ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT
seek a tie-in with the power slate
grid a state-wide network of elec
trical power, available only to Back! ..
municipalities with the ability ,to Vc' -v",
generate electricity.In W' <&
his report to the council.Weldon v
said the city closed the inter-tie with that's how $60,000. of ;'": ;
the state grid in August 1984, spen-- ,,,, + yep, '
ding more than $500,000 in modification pit F' '
and new equipment to make the your money was wasted! '

.connection.
Prior to the tie-in, Starke was r7
generating about SO percent of Its'
electrical needs, purchasing the remainder -.. RALPH,
from Florida Power and
Light Co.,on two contracts full requirement
and partial requirement BRYAN ; ,
purchase. h

Based on cost of electricity,prior Commissioner. District 3 .
'to tying into the state grid and cost County ,,
of electricity since then,the city has
saved $3,127,413. The savings nave
been passed on to residents in lowerper The "re-districting" suit was conceded> $41.000 too late!!It 1 '
unit costs for electricity, rates
that are substantially,lower than A government the people,by.
those paid by Bradford County the people, should be for, the people!
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residents being served by. Florida .. Proper re-zoning procedures were not at .
Power and Light Co.,and Clay Electric ELECT DEWAYNE ELDER
as .
Weldon. $ for not ad11ttmgere!!! were much better ',
Co-op, according to cost 9,000 Clerk of Circuit Court and find out what
furnishedby
to schedule
According Weldon the a consumer's cost of spending requests denied! WE CAN'T AFFORD THESE honest-to-goodness old fashioned

1,000 KWH in Starke is $7445. ERRORS! service can be.
Florida Power and Light Co.
charges its customers $80.20 for a pledge a professional, courteous andjrlendly
like amount,and Clay Electric Co-op '. staff to every citizen qf Bradford County"
charges$86 including base cost and ,
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fuel adjustment.Among the 33 towns ;. ,ATTENTION DISTRICT 3' VOTERS! ,c vow DEWAYNE
and cities listed on the schedule, .
Sebring's rates are the highest at .i
$9680, and Chattahoochee s rates Vote for Ralph Bryan
are the lowest at$55.85 per m KWH. ELDER
Weldon reported the city G) andhe'll make you proud .
recovered the/; cost of the tie-in of district.,
RYAN ,
i within the first nine months of opera, your Clerk of Circuit Court PD.POL.ADV.
tion. Instead of purchasing from a ,
single source, the City of Starke' pd.pj. hr. ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT
,bought electricity from 18 power
the month of "'
sources during July -- '
1988, taking advantage of the lowest
possible prices at any given time.' ,
The report closes by stating"The
future looks good for the city,regarding -, :
its power requirements.,Thereis NOTHING, WORKS .LIKE- A CHEVY TRUCK!
of the
an on-going'revlew city'sneeds
for the next 10-20 years, with
contracts in place, on In the, .
negotiating stage. An annual planning ,

,with review its power keeps requirements.,the city current,"' (: 'i 4.

In the past 2-3 years,the city coun> :
cil has approved the construction of LTIiM)1rii
large feeder lines into both north and 99OO
,south ends of town providing for, !
growth. That foresight is paying off,,
particularly in the Enterprise Zone
and along US-301S( where the new, ,
shopping center_is under construe a1 a .

,lion. / + Tax Tag & Title Net Rebate.

Rezoning'','Approved..., :-L_

The city council enjoyed a meetingin
which there were no controversial
items on the agenda, and moved
with dispatch ''to attend the city's '

business.. Council first heard Assistant Zon-' *'
ing Director Janet Turner review
the three items recommended for $1' 76iOO
approval by the City Zoning Board
and upheld the recommendations on. r ,mo. j
}the three parcels. P i "t.
Craig' Salley ''asked for j : .
reclassification, from B-3 to B-2 of
the commercial property onUS ,,
-30tS. The building once housed
HRS(Health and Rehabilitative Ser' 1988 Chevy Truck.EVERY :NEWChevyOlds
vices)offices,.but has been vacant of .

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'Worth :Noting' ," ', ., ,' Vv."'It'?. .FSTintedGlass t\1': .' "or Truck Reduced

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Child Find... j ,'lirtt.Wipers Chrome: ,Step] J for YearEndAir ,
Do you know a child with a handicap .
? Bumper5SpeedTrans. ,. ,\0"'h';
Child Find is one part of the ; :.Gauges:<: ,{t :>\:: Clear_ -. 0 u t. '.. ..

Florida Resources Diagnostic System (and FDLRS Learning) that. ..Anrf1tAry'IJghts 235 RIG : 1\f We will wheel & deal

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lends support services to exceptional Cigarette Lighters RadialTirea' :H'> ,

student education programsin .1", ",....,' .," ... < ," d ,'.,'"<,....'.>.<,, ',.., .
a six county area: Bradford 12.5/ %APR 60 Mo. $1500 Cub Trade
or Equity+ Tax,Tag it Tltl
,Baker,Fla ler,Putnam St Johns' _" _
and Union Counties

identification One function of of potentially Child Find han-is 1983 Chrysler New 'Yorker .'87 Olds, Clera 4 Dr. NEW, '87 Corsica 4-Dr

dicapped preschool students and '
the location of children and youth '
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between birth and 21 years of age 4 Dr. $ A T. Air $
who may have a handicap conditionand Loaded 45OO Stereo22.OOO '.9100 AT, Air 7 900
are not receiving services: Ml. Stereo
Some areas of handicapping condi-
tions may be speech language,

hearing physical vision problems.learning. 'behavioror '83 Ford, Club ;Wagon'',XLT'' 1987. Suzuki, ,,19'84Dodge ..Charger-

If you know of a child who may

be FDLRS/CWfa handicapped Find contact at(904) 328-8811 Red & $5995. 8.00O Ml. 73OO rsa.oooMHe] *
ACBSpeed $3395
in Putnam County or write White
FDLRS/Child Find P.O.. Box 159, Like New

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4* '88 Cavalier RS '87 Cavalier Z24lofa : ,1988 Chevy
Celebrity
Stadium RR's....

'Plans are being made to build additional '' 4
rest room facilities at the | $ .
Bradford High athletic field on the A2 T-.r. 11,500 Kind 7'3' 95'l.l 595

west stand.side of the All-Sports Club 3.000 Black .

requested Contributions from,past tax deductible alumni and are "88 BerettaGT '87 .Nissan 4 WD PU

others interested. Checks should be,
made to Bradford High School 581 Off-Road
N.Temple Ave..Starke,FL 32091, Package SAVE
designating it must be used for. the Black, 12.5OO '$8295
rest room fund. Loaded Air
For additional info,call Asst. Low Miles
Prtn. John Reddish at BHS,' \
964-800.. '.

Loan Closet..*
Si'wannee River Economic Council -' -

Inc. has established a loan crORIANWELLS: : : .".
closet at 134 East South St.,Starke, ,0
for lending medical equipment Including .
wheelchairs,bedside commode -
CHEVROLET
*,tub grab ban shower/tub'1 OLDSMOBILE
sweats,ej*.. *,walkers and n rbv -' ... -- _
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THURSDAY,August 25, 1988, '

7MT LAKE 1rE StOM '" I,' ,
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More Room Needed...
lit BaptIst Pastor Ben Bryant stand next to.n artl lt" rendering of the new
addition'ebeh'vU1 be contracted Joining the present building located on the
corner ot Dark and Jefferson Street In Starke. "
,Wth| over 900 member,the church needed more room to keep growing and
to put the whole congregation: under one roof.
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J Arise and Build. Make YOUR old'Silver, look like NEW! "

Every Item Replated at Sale Prices
Starke's Largest Church Embarks on Project Which Change the face of Downtown .
This Is an ekcetlenl lame to lake'' For InstanceArticle
By Mark Friedlin advantage of these low low prices Sale,,
BCT Staff ,Writer "This means that we can finally 'ucational, needs: ''of:a million.dollars,10 this new, to have your worn silverware,' Rl'I( Price
get all our members together under, The members of 1st Baptist have antiques and family heirlooms
'1st Baptist Church'of Starke is project.r' Teapot 111895 I 8921 t ,
one roof for banquets and other ac" now,,contributed just under one-half See Page.IB replaied' like new,These piece ,
more than three-quarters of the way' ,tivities." Bryant said. !"At.thc pre' '. -. are now more valuable than ever Creamer ', 62 95 47,1J
to completion of a building projectwhich sent time we have to go to the Na and make wonderAil gift.All randlestlck(per In) 49*'' 521.''I,
,will change the! face of the 'tional ,Guard Armory ,or to the A, Smile"It work skilled HEAVILY! SILVEJtPLATED and by Sugar,Bowl.' ", '" ,,6895",:51.71: "
.our silversmiths Sale "'
already growing downtown area. school cafeteria for things like our enriches those who receive without pricerapplytoAttpieces. Trays(per H) In),... ,. '.W"" .".',,4q ti't ,
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Members of the church, which,has ,
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'annual Christmas Banquet or other *' 'I./. '
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impoverishing give.It .
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over 900 members and is the largest events. The'' first floor will also FUIi,25 YEAR WARRANTY! on all silver replaflng: ,,' ',I' ,". .'' ,: '"
,, in the area have been contributing accommodate ten'classrooms for happens in flash and the memory of it :' :'\
to a special building ,fund called, 'senior adults in Bible study for' sometimes last forever. REPAIR POLICY: 1:" .::-
,"Arise and Build! toward the com Sunday School,'church: training anda None are so rich that they can get along i 'FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening on all Items we sllverplate' ;'' ,
pletion of the new building., without it and none so but are richer for,,a .
host of other activities. poor ONLY 122 95 FOR ALL SOLDERING REPAIRS on any piece we tllverpUte.:Include,'
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,_ "Jhis. theme.is..taken from.fehemiahr smile.,,. .
The pastor is excited about the dieting broken handle lets knobs etc: (Only exception in for famishing "
2:20: said-tst baptist Pas- second: floor as'well.''which will -.,Yet it cannot be bought begged borrowed or new putt and miuMuJJy& itep.lra.), -?' ,
tor Ben Bryant., "The, God of house a new music suite and eigh- stolen:For it is something that is no earthly
Heaven, He will prosper us; there.* teen for young adults in !good to until it is given JLj&llCl' S +
classrooms away.
\ anyone DRESS & GIFT SHOP
'fore we will arise, and build". The Bible ';tudy. third floor will
people of this church are doing just also provide additional space for ed- Bradford Square Shopping Center 964.5051
,that. It is an outstanding effort." -'Celebrating Our Fifth Year Anniversary'

The new building will be con- Call SALE ENDS AUGUST 31.
G. Gray Flynn. DMD &: Staff 603 E. Street
sanctJ;: NOTICE!
structed behind the
present 964-7004 Starke,FL 32091 Sterling Silver repairs M regular low prices. .Ask for FREE estimate,'
ary building and will form a large Did You Sell Your Property? ,
addition to the 'current building. Do You Receive Payments On A I
Mortgage or Agreement for Peed?
which the church has clearly'outgrown. -
'., : ,Wouldn't You Rather Have-ALL
Cash Now?
The new building will have three Call Fred Farnsworth for Details'18OO5454991
levels. The first floor will house a FINAL
large fellowship hall. WEEK ON .
Lie. MIl!'. Broker Inverness. FL
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Includes set caster camber& toe In to infra specs.' ,, -N ..
Inspect suspension steering!system. For most "
American cars. Front wheel drive and Chervette: vehicles

extra.1 'Parts extra. Front Take Advantage Now.

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HIDDEN COSTS ON OUR BRAKE SPECIAL
NO BONUS:
Premium Bedding ON SALE''FREE

RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED

P155-80R13 $35.00 ,$29.00 ''

P175 80R13 $39.00 $31.00: trom$99pUS,

P195-75R14 $42.00 $35.00 ,,
P205-75R14: $44.00 .$37,00

P215-75RI5 P235-75R15' ,$48.00$50.00, $39.00$43.00 FRAME W1/ Set of'Beddin

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Page ZB TELEGRAPH,TIMES MONITOR August 25. 19H8 -



h News Brief! ..
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;,": t\\" Missing Woman Starke Man Faces'T trailer at JoLu Motor Court, said on a warrant, according to Lt. John Gregory Lamar Shack 19, of Tommy Lee Davis,:29, of Lake
"
':', ', Denton. Both the female and Green Dempsey.She was released after a Jacksonville was arrested August 20 Butler was arrested August 21 for
: Found Dead Multiple ChargesA were found at his trailer where he $100.75 cash bond was posted. for DWLS, according to Sgt.Winston, DWLS, driving under Influence
;:;', A Speedville woman who workedat 21-year-old Starke 'man faces was charged early Satuarday morn- Barber.He was released after a$210 (DUD according to Trooper C. A.
i Sunland Training Center was multiple charges after he allegedlyheld Ing, said Denton. Donald R. Magyar, 44, was ar-i 1 surety bond was posted. Pace. DavU's blood alcohol contentwas
'\ 'found dead last Friday August 19, an ex-girlfriend at knife point. Bond for the charges was set at rested August 21 for disorderly In: .21 percent. He was also charged -
r" (he victim of a car rasn.! Steven Wayne Green was false $50,000 cash only. Green remains in toxication, according to Deputy .Cecil Rodney Clemons, 19, of with violation of probation and
,: ., ) Regenla Ann Striglers of Melrose August 20 with kidnapping, custody. Barry 5 He was released after a Jacksonville as arrested August 20 released after surety bonds totalling
\" had been reported missing August 12 prisonment and two counts ag- $100 bond was posted. for DWLS, according to Patrolman $$2,834.50 were posted.
l ," but was not found until a week later. gravated assault with a deadly Recent ArrestsIn Gordon Smith.Bond was set at$210,
(y q'4'::' Her car was found 52 feet off the weapon, according to Director of Bradford CountyThe 'Traffic he was released on his own, Rafael A. Rosada,32,of New York
''t., roadway,completely out of view,off Operations Don Denton and Deputy Bernard Swan 29, of Gainesvillewas recognizance; was Patron for DUI, according -
following individuals were arrested to K. R. Hinds
York.Deputies
; SR-21: about four miles south of Doug
.. in Bradford County by local arrested August 19 for driving Jr. Bond was set at $437.50, he was
Keystone Heights according to responded after a report while license (DWLS), Earl Eulee Dees,' 35, of Alachua
;.,".' Trooper Dwain Huilson. was received of a female being held authorities. according to Marshal Tommy ,was arrested August 18 for DWLS, released on his own recognizance.
t,' A man walking his dog found the at knife point and taken into the Raulerson. He was released after a Improper tag, according to Trooper
ii, Vehicle and called the authorities. woods in Lincoln City Green then Rebecca Barnhardt, 24, of $210 surety bond was posted. D. C. Roberts. Bond was set at *.. POne ... ,
'. Striglers was on her way to work nt1'Ito\ a car and took her to his Jacksonville was arrested August 19 $311.25.
;" in Gainesville at the time of the accident -
when she apparently lost control -
,:, I of the vehicle, said Trooper Don
Roberts, Homicide Investigator
;I( l I The vehicle flew off the west
shoulder of the road, striking some
trees before coming to a stop in the Stop Shopping Plus
,'' ditch. The accident happened about
( 5:30; a.m. There was light rain and ,
fog that morning, according to the
I, ,investigator.
;0'j

; Truck Jackknifes
::

),:' ,No Injuries W-D BRAND Winn-Dixie'

.. The driver of a tractor-trailer j.
i truck which jackknifed on north BEEFMTWLtT
:,''. US-301 in Starke was cited with improPer -
change of lane after causing ''
an accident August 18. There were
I,, no injuries in the mishap, according e

:,. to Dan Paramedics Cuddington.Cliff Chapman and

.. A 1987 Mercury, 'driven by
.' Deborah A. Tuzinski, 27,of Jacksonville EVER
'. was struck in the left rear by a .
:, rig which was attempting to change PRICES GOOD .I IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE:LOCATION:

:" to the outside lane according' to FIND. w.r.mn-.. ... STARKE. .. .....
?sc \ Patrolman Danny Thrift, 'Jr. The
r.i;;.'; i'" Mercury was spun onto the median @

:,:'.., by the truck ,which locked brakes, .
f(;','" :", 'jackknifed and landed on the
\', .' W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE .
/ ,: shoulder of the roadway just north of ;
'"'
Jr.' the ToReno Motel. BEEF CENTER CUT
'\H' : ', Damage to the 1977 Peter Bilt
r truck was $13,000 Damage to the BONE-IN

Mercury was $500 in the 5:25: ,p.m.. CHUCK Ii GOOD-LOOKUP GOOD COOKIN'
accident, :
,,' ; -"-", .- OLD FASHIONED

I'i I r Armed Robbery -_ .r ROAST I PECAN

,.. '". BARBECUE
At Handy Way : ; ; PIE
": A masked'robber 'made 'off with' CHICKEN' DINNER '

cash and,vehicle late Saturday .' Zi FAIM.V MCK MOUOeS r WHOLE 2 $
I, night from the Handy Way ,Food. e. I MO- POTATO 500DELI
\: Store on SR-100 at Griffis ( s i 27LB. >SALAD, US.=LOAF OF $899 ;ia "
mask ; FRENCH BREAD
\l\1),+),, A man wearing a ski and r.
the EACH
gloves entered store at 11:4: ;y" '
; p.m. pointed a small hand gun at the, CHOCOLATE PEANUT
:"" ,clerk and demanded CHOCOLATE
CHOICE or
j '
1 ''','" operations
;, ding to Director Don '
j ROASTBEEF MALTED MILK
Il"',; i 'I t: ,. Denton and Deputy Barry KIng. .
k\ After shoving the clerk into a case .. I CAKE
"I ": ,of bottles,the man left the store with W-O BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHARCOAL W.O BRAND U,S, CHOICE BEEF :.. tI
'" an undetermined amount of CWB" :- :" .. -'
money ..; ,
t i.r, '. in the clerk's car which was found CHUCK EYE $2.98, ROAST "IH.o', ,to $187 $ 5 9 a eeWD' $69
abandoned at the old hospital, said STEAKS r .",' i.WO HALF 2 FINCH
Denton. The cleric was not injured. BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF
+, Authorities continue td search for BRAND U*. CHOICE. BONE-IN SEMI-BONELESS 18. LAYER
,;i the robber of this convenience store SIRLOIN $O97 CALIFORNIA $18r:

f,". as well as the suspect In several STEAKS ., .,. . n /. ROASL.:0.,... \I.
>: other recent robberies in Starke. : /; BUF CHINESE AT HOME AT FVERYD/V, row PRICES
.. ", ... .
,
WoO WWNO U a CHOICE BOUND SONS soMELrsS
:,'; Wanted Man':Found SHOULDER187 SHOULDER $tn'., CH v

},:.' ,; In Locall\Jotel ROAST .'.,. d LI.I ., u SWEET & SOUR a CHOWIAEIN

', Sheriffs deputies had been look
': ing for Roosevelt Green, Jr. since W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
I'is they' found cocaine in his vehicle Chow Mein
>) August 14. ( $ $$0K3; 7 Noodles N5i

I;," ., early A tip,Monday led them morning to the Econo where Lodge they tTOP SIRLOIN 97 15-OL } C

/U j." I',' found Green after breaking into his PKG.KIKKOMAN P
\\tt: r i" .,room,,, according to Director, of .
.!': ; Operations Don Denton, Lt. John Lo. .SOY C'HOWMEIN
$104
: 94e
Dempsey Investigator David lam
!',,'. ( Aderholt and Deputy Doug York. SAUCE ... ',' SIZE VEGETABLES '& I _
W-D BRAND U 8. CHOICE .
\' Green,whose street name is "Min, W-O MANO US. CHOICE BEEF BEEF BONELESS KIKKOMAN CHUN KINO
\.< now", fled from officers after they T.BONE' SHORT STIR FRYSAUCE CHICKENCHOW
seized his car last'week.'A small llViotSIZE $124 $259
amount of cocaine' and cash was STEAKS ..j RIBS ... .. 0'' MEIN ,. 'sue
,+ found in the motel room, said York.., + ( LA CHOY MANDARIN LA CHOY
Property seized includes a car, a _. A ORANGE QQ TERIYAKI
1/,' motorcycle, three firearms as.well : SAUCE . . IG-IL SAUCE -. '1 -99C
'' ': r ,as the cocaine. ,, : $397 -$226 SIZE ..

Charges against Green*,whose oc-, CHUN KING SUZI WAN
U CHOICE LR '
a
cupation on the arrest records was .
''sells dope', ;,was charged with FRIED RICE TERIYAKIBEEF
possession of a controlled substance- FAMILY PACKS FARMSTEAD BONELESS MIX '
cocaine and crack cocaine and
,i;:' possession of a concealed firearm FRYER r-.af PORK '

with bond set at $35,000 cash only. THIGHS PmiMOTV CHOPS ;
tt Also arrested was Claude Kinsler
"
18, who was in the room with Gre-n,' .. ", ... ONELESS FORK
.
i .'. .
: : 'c PKG. SIZE
I" ., ,he was charged with possession off ::; -1. 77
.'::\,': : '
,crack cocaine. Bond ,was set at. --.. 78
t(t',' $1,000 cash or surety Ll, .IB. '

:a:1.i ', Union! Man fr aces -

(, Multiple, Charges, FRYER FKOS( CHOPPED, ,$349

A '28-year-old 'Lake 'Butlerr.nan ( .. '* ,58' HAM ,. . '\I.,' CALIFORNIA FRESH SEEDLESS. s
faces multiple charges after his '
vehicle was involved in a minor accident to 11 La FKOS' MADISON BRAND BOLOONA or
!,,'. August 13, FRYER 68 TURKEY CQc I i WHITE C

Jeffrey Lynn Lynch,driving a 1977 DRUMSTICKS .. u FRANKS ",' La ,D 9 8 8
:. Pontiac, was eastbound on SR-100 GRAPES
': when he,was observed travelling at HICKOflV SWEET ,. LB..
; a high rate of.speed, according to TURKEY, '39, BONELESSHAMS $199 Tilt .

l' Trooper C. A. Pace. The vehicle WINGS, . .'. LE ." La Nature makes
struck a culvert after weaving on the HARVEST FRESH
'
'the Produce. ?!\ FLORIDA FRESH
roadway. Pace charged Lynch with WHOLESMOKED .. ---'f''. I. W-O REGULAR or THICK ..
travelling 75 mph in a 40 mph speed -:-_ '. ;::=::: : i \' SLICEDBOLOGNA WINN-DIXIE BARTLETT JUMBOAVOCADOS
> : '
: '
:
zone, wilful-wanton reckless, driving '
makes the PEARS
\\,1. .1. : .
,driving while license suspended : HAMS : :"
of .:... -.' difference. -'_ .
expired tag leaving scene an accident 11':
I. and failing to report an acct rf BOLOGNA ;" o
'
f. dent. J-. ,j'SPECIAL' '\ $ 49 $ 88
," Damage to the Pontiac in the 2::041\ / TRIM 97: ..., .. : 139. z ''' '

a.m. accident. was $250. La ,' ,'::." : a;" Lti I f '\\.I.

-
.!: Man Arrested HARVEST' FRESH BEAN
PINKY Fid SPROUTS or

For Petty TheftA arts-""oo._ SLICEDBACON. FRANKSor SNOW. ALFALFASPROUTS

22-year-old Starke man was O lMlll'
PEAS
,( charged with retail theft August 21 o \ BOLOGNA ,
t. after, helsttempted to take three o
tubes of from Winn DIx- -=:="':::::"'-- '--. .
a curling gel .

ie.Simon McCloud, Jr, was stopped $128 u.r. 99 < $199. \u- 98 .

", ,as he was leaving the store by the rut \\.I.

.. ., assistant store manager, who confronted -
i( him concerning the tubes,
,/ according to Patrolman K.R.Hinds
\, .. Jr. McCloud returned the tubes andran
I; :, from the store. He was later apprehended -
<".,.,.: two blocks from the store Fresh Product tiJuIk.JtJLurs: :
.'
:;.. ". where he told the officer he couldn't
) be arrested as he had given the tubes ,
'( back said Hinds. McCloud was
returned to the store where he was
4 identified by employees as the one
Ji' who had taken the gel. ,
Bond for the charge was set at
ll.ooo cash or surety, McCloud remains "
In custody.
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August IS,1988 TELEGRAPH.TIMES MONITOR-B SECTION Pace 3B


I Starke Police Chief Bowen Suspended After Investigation I


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Embattled Starke Chief of Police, when two officers filed charges been employed for three'years. as a The Telegraph has learned that an In drug activity in Bradford County. circulated that Chief Bowen Is work.,
Jimmy Bowen. was arrested last against him with the Alachua County patrolman.The investigation by the Florida Department Chief Bown has not been; tied to any ing fuiltime at Terwillegar Ford and
Thursday, August 18,' by Florida Police Benevolence Association. second officer Involved In the'union of Law Enforcement is ongoing Illegal drug activity. intended to resign as police chief.
Department of. Law Enforcement (That chapter's district Includes complaint, Patrolman K.R., into possible charges of improper Additional pressure upon Bowen However, Bryan Terwillegar; com
agents. Bowen was charged with ,Bradford County;) Hinds,Jr.,b still an employee of the use of recovered property has been offered by the city commissioners -' pany president, stated that Bowen is
grand theft and official misconductboth : The officers maintained that Chief department. and fraud by Chief Bowen. who have talked of seeking not working for his firm,that he was
third degree felonies. Bowen has snubbed them at promotion Another officer Scott Allen, 25, of The Florida Department of Law' to have the pity\ polloo fore abolish1m Just. doing the Ford place a favor.
Bowen made a statement August 9 time and harassed them Middleburg said he was fired Enforcement (FDLE) admits it has '... .J"J Hit Bowen was an employee of Ter-
that he was not resigning, despite because of union activity. because of his union activity and not an ongoing investigation in Bradford county: at Wn next change of police willegar before being elected chiefof
rumors to that effect. Bowen said he is entitled to his opinion for wrecking his patrol car as Chief County but was not at liberty to comment ,chiefs. police, and says he'll probably go
,"That is just what they are, about about unions. He said he Bowen maintained.Allen was a probationary further 'Several local Bowen Is one of only a half-dozen back and work there when he
rumors," said Chief Bowen. I have is opposed to unions but his beliefsdo : employee at the time of residents have verified they have municipal police chiefs in the state retires.A .
.not resigned nor do I intend to." not affect his treatment of offleers -> his accident. been interviewed concerning who are elected. The others are in
Bowen was suspended with pay by who belong to a union.. A commission decision is expected Bowen's activities. Live Oak, Pahokee, Defuniak Springs motion will be filed next week to
the city council following his arrest. One of the officers/ Patrolman within 35 days. FDLE assisted with the arrest and Florida City and Marianna. dismiss the charges against Starke
Bowen came under recent fire Kathy Mercer;, resigned last week conviction of former police major Bowen was also seen last week Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, attorney
before the Florida Public after an argument with Lt. John FDLE Probe,.., Scotty Rhoden and attorney Dudley working in the garage at Ter'wiIk"nr Terence Brown said Wednesday -
Employees Relations\ Commission Hodges while on duty. Mercer had Hardy as well as,_30 others involved \ Ford and rumors have nl'," Afternoon, mug, 24.



Surplus Auction




Unbeatable Everyday Low Prices !U Set Marketing The Defense at Office NAS Reutilization has scheduleld and a


U.S. Government surplus auction
that will I be open to the public.
Thursday,September 8,1988.Bidder
registration begins at 7.30: a.m.Sale
begins at 8 a.m.This sale will be con- *
FRESH F FROM SHOP ducted at the Defense Reutilization
SEAFOOD FROM THE 'FISHERMAN'S MARE I LCK and Marketing Office,' on U.S. t

rv.rllol.Rr.an Highway 17, two. miles south of NAS
DAM a7rN es IIFM CN.laa Main Gate: .
--.. CHEESE SHOP Items to be sold include: Electrical
.
.
\ : _
\ ofiIv' -'-
@ =
'f't\.1S\;", r (, .,,, .J : ;. ; 12" PIZZA Equipment Office machines,
(.\.to"t.t.fOO\) /) .., computer equipment, furniture,:
shop equipment camping trailers
yOP N- 4150clMEDIUM FRESH riding mower, work stands, motor
F ft.tt' GROUPER SHARKSTEAKS $ S O home, food preparation. equipment,
televisions, van, sedans,
SHRIMP FILLETS FOR maintenance! equipment and more.'
The sale items will be availablefor
inspection on Septembver 2, thru
$ September 7, excluding Saturday
499L& $599 $269, CHEDDAR $049 ,Sunday and Labor Day, Hours of In-

< wmRE La .. L& CHEESE, . ., La spection For further are from information 8 a.m. to call 3 p Terri.m

Dobson or Mike Zieman,in the Sales
Office. (904) 772-9249. '


;. :' LOW, LOW SHELF PRICES. EVERY' DAY, DISCOUNT Land ''sales


IN WATER or OIL OFFER r Stephan K and Kendra R'.'' Condo to, '!

Clifford W, Jr. and Carleen W. Sea-
C ad I!+1 ''Iy, N'/i'Gov. lot 10 north of Santa Fe "
I <',.FROM YOUR FRIENDLY River and east of railroad; $37,838.'
5/i MARKETPLACE David J. Cowart to Carl W..and
Violet A. Stewart. 8.46 acres in section -'
PHARMACY 1, T6S, H21E. $14,000. \
-' I 5t 8 Norma W., Cox' to Michael L.
) $ 7,4,9 32'OL .>Sul.4ic.nwd and ragotarad ptiarmaciataConvanlancahav Dobbs, EV4 of lot 33, block 20,",
p while
BTL *your prescription. filled' MEDIC fWaaccaplPCS Woodlawn subdivision. $7,000.
.
EACH .PAID BC BS MEDIMET and AID.w
'Jerry and Lee/Ann Dampier to
.carry full line of,FOA-approvad quality ganarw drugs Marcia D. Rhoden, 3 acres in section.
HI-DRI/ 51.'Opan lam,7 toSpm dayi a waak. tar your Mon-Sar convaniancaPraacnptions '.m.lo'pm, and Sun 35, T6S. R22E.$28,000. ..'
PAPERTOWELS t Ronnie C. and Norita V. Davis to
'P 1' ara Sully translarrabla lull bring m youfralillabla
" ." praieriplion and wall contact your physician. and Robert E.:and Francis M.Launt, lot
' VAC BAG REGULAR, tom taka carl of all the datailt 11, block 2, Woods subdivision.
t TIT u--------w.------ .
AUTOMATIC DRIP C ; $6,300.
,
,'" or ELECTRIC PERK, I I I'JUMBO' Leon V. Jr. and June DiCandio to
9
WINN-DIXIE
FFEE$20 ,John R.. and Deborah LeWis. 4.7
56 "CAOSFTFOERE I a'I PHARMACYCOUPON' I .acres in sections 26&27,T6S, R22E.
Box I $37,01>>..
1
*Du., OFFER -
J. (COUPON NOT GOOD WTH NW OTHER )) Donald E.Dryden to David A.and .
..... THRIFTY MAID CUT ,August 31, 19B8 ; '
SUPERBRAND -- ... Nancy E. McIntosh.,, Lot S Ritchie \
/ ,
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GREEN.
DRINKING Estates. $5,000. f
'C $100' PAY TO THE / -
LILAC' .31-... 9 WATER', .'. .'. 2"$109 BEANS r.3 CANS I ORDER Of Lavern Guy E.H.and and Julia Alma M. Forsythe T. Outlaw to j 11'
DETERGENT '
,
CHOCOLATE
d lOll KAL kAN i WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY 1 parcel in sections 20&21,T6S,R22E. 1!
HERSHEY'S "
DOG 4 $95 000.
$107
" ,; PUREX CAuo,79C SYRUP. i,,,,, ,w.: '.,. 2t.r- 'FOOD ,. G111S $100 / THREE DOLLARS AND ""/IPOVALID / Gerald Griffis Construction Co. to ',
: Elmer E'and Charlene M. Jansen,
BLEACHKOUNTRY . .". THRIFTY MAID KITTY PLEASE 1 I
'" CORNEDBEEF ON ANY NEW OR lot in sections. 20 & 21, T6S. R22E.'
COOKIN' 9 I '

CHARCOALBRIQUETTES $199 ,... . .. .. 11.CAN L 99C LITTER ,'. .. . ., 25-LI lAG $14' 1 GOOO'OIOONrPAISCAIPTIOH..RF''t.Y TRANSFERRABLE PRESCRIPTION ; $7,000.Marion W.and Judith L. Hogren to
.. 'tic1KOUNTRY DEEP SOUTH SMOOTH or. LAYS J ALL VARIETIES I NOT NEGOTIABLE FOR CASH 1 'Bob L. Montford, 3 acres in section I
...
FRESH CRUNCHY + 28, TVS, R22E. $15,000. '.
;
;_(..... TASTEEOS I .PEANUT POTATO ;I' Ina Knight and Jerry: RonaldHome

.mIIDEl CHIPS I ,.--...-..........::'-...--.,... to Vernon I. and Marion J. I
CEREAL BUTTER 1.---------------.1 Forsythe, lots 3 & 4, Block 2, Gould

'Park G.,,T.Hampton.and Bernice 5000.L.': Huggins to

$ 1 7 $ 4'9, 89.. Belco Enterprises,lots 33, 34 & 35 of,
ri I TTA7 1 9Yr '
1
,Block 3 of R,N..Dowling's Addition
licri t- BAG FRESH BLOOMS EVERYWHERE $30.OOO'", .
IN OURFLORAL Charlie E.and Thelma B. Johns to
Lloyd M.,and Shebie Dugger, Block,
SHOPPE ,25, Town of Starke. $15,000. ,
: ,Roger Jones to Jean E. Milligan,
Brighten your day with an assort, V undivided interest in lots 1 and 2,'
ALL VARIETIES REGULAR or LIGHT ,ALL VARIETIES I ment of fresh cut flowers,lush green' block 2; Nichols Acres. $27,500., .
STROH'S BEER PEPSI plants or gaily decorated floral Stella Hall ,Kelly' to Ervin S.
R.C. COLA arrangement. Triest, block A. Mount Pleasant on
IuN: $ 7 -: : Silver Lake. $1,500.
i. i .1" s 15Z ..u' 'TRAMS L..J.and Audrey R. Kite to Dennis
$, .BARTLES A PEACH RED, AMERICA and Marianne O'Neill, 1 acre in section ,
Wt99 ,,,
,
BERRY or ii1ar.1I12LTI.89. $ 11, T7S, R2IE.$4,500. .
WINE. COOLER I H T :FLORA U 'Longchamp Homes, Inc., to' A, I

,.u__..... IfB2' '$ 19 Flowers delivered Floried Killingsworth. ,lot 4 Bradford'
'R. C. ColaEVERYDAY _- $1 1t 1lL1 worldwide' .Villas.Buford 46285.and Blanche McKinney.to" I

Susanne Lynne Kitchens,lot 9, blockB.
LOW PRICES II EVERYDAY LOW PRICES EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ., Dalewood Subdivision. 6000.
David Bruce Mills to Danny L.,Sr.,
.' and Linda A.. Butcher, lot 25 Lake
SLENDER REGULAR,SUPER, ASTOR SUPERBRAND Bedford Shores, Unit 1. $60,000.,
REGULAR ,. ORANGEJUICE ORANGE Lavern H:and Alma T. Outlaw to
TAMS ill
) Gerald Griffis Construction Co.,
JUICE parcel in sections 20&21,T6S,R22E,
": -. ;r'co $55,000., '
\ i B. G. Patray to Lee and Kathleen
< 'iJ HALF$139'WNi Turnage, lots 20 &"21,in section 6,
J J3911j39 | ,T6R22E..$49,500. .
Mary: E.,Peeples ''to'Francis A.,
Nobles, parcel in' section .30,.TVS,
SUPERBRANO R22E. $1,000.
30a OFF LABEL REGULAR, SPECIAL.CONDITION. MADISON HOUSE 09' SWISS STYLE .O r ,Cleo Andrews Redding and Louin
POTPIES $ $100
.
FRAGRANCE FREE '
EXTRA M ,
O Redding to CSX Transportation Inc.
EDGE .-_ $127 . .!''R ma La; YOGURT:'. . curs percel in 'section 29 T6S.I, R22E.

SHAVE GEL .-. 0'' CAN SUPERBRANO SUPERBRANO : Community State SUPERMARKET $5,000',
BANK AT V. and Sheryl A.:Rosier Marvin
SILKIENCE CONDITIONER/ of TWIN $25 'I 16et; $189 I Ray ; I
HIGHLIGHTS or X-BOOY' u MII : . : Bank WINNDIXIEDinner Vanis and Vicky A. Rosier to 1
.SILKIENCE POPS . sac SINGLES FKC ,,..... David M. and Karen L. Smith and

$254 FARMER CHOICE : Mildred R. Phillips,. lot 55 and portion .. I
SHAMPOO ., ,1If. LAND O'LAKES
SHOESTRINGPOTATOES ill $204 of lot 58 In section.16,TSS,R22E.
GERITOL .,tact $398 f.2O" 5100 BUTTER '. . .' .. MtSUPERBRANO M/rwiM/ AvrNldak 26000.
TABLETS 0 . ilL, TRaf John N. and William B. Ross II,
J DIXIANAWAFFLES COTTAGE COVINGTON and Eloise C.Wilson to Kirwin N.Sr.:
and Mary J. Houseman, 77 acres in
8 i ; CHEESE EDITIOsI section 22,T6S, R20E. $87,000.
i-. Van Smoak to Bernard

'43 0 0 < .. J.22,and Geneva Marion Oaks..$49,300.Fedemneyer lot. ;, I

,CLOSE-UP $1 2JA UK,98The W. L.. and Vera Lee.Thomas to r I
Isar CUP Plate, Cup, Saucer Dennis G.' and Regina G.

I TOOTHPASTE TUBE I P ,& 'Cereal BowlALL "' Heights Burkhalter subdivision.lot 1, block$30,909.3,!Bradford, .j I

FOUR ITEMS Roberta Timmerman to 1.. Pascal
\ and Brenda M. Carr,subdivision lot
In section 36,TBS, R22E. $11,500. .
Checkout $ O99 Ernest E.and Carlie Mae Triest to I.t
Quickest f .Ilk David Wayne and ,Julie Suzanne I
.Pla'. -" Weyand 2 lots in section 35, T7S, ,:.
puca a100LTrIND R32E. I
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Lois A. Waters to Ed and Annese'
Melton, lot 6 Otts subdivision In
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Gerald M.Griffi, lots 1*2,Block 2.
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I Bradford County Teens Learn



Peer Counseling at Camp NEFTIAllison

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Archey Josh Bula, and themselves and' studied peer training:''
Bryan King attended their first counseling attending sessions rang Those providing full scholarships
Camp'NEFTI while Mickl Becker, Ing' from preventing substance ,were Families Against Drugs
Michael Becker, and Jennifer Dodge abuse to what Is Involved in living on Starke Kiwanis, Terry Brown, and
returned as CITs (Counselor in your own."Many'. the members of the Bradford County
Training) August 7.12 at Camp School Board, Rodney Hall, Evelyn
Chowenwaw near Green Cove Spr thanks go to those Bradford Chastain, Len Schlofman Jlmmmie
'in>xs. County organizations and Individuals Scott, and James Wainwright,along
who contributed to the with Superintendent of Schools Jim
NEFTI stands for Northeast fund to send these young people this Duncan.
Florida Teenage Institute and Is summer/' says Judy Becker, The following contributed partial
sponsored by River Region Human volunteer NEFTI' coordinator for scholarships: Norman and Laura, l
,Services out of Jacksonville.Besides Bradford County. "We have some Conti, Terry Oglesby Eollne
discovering how large grasshopperscan money left over to send other teens ,Underhill,Lila Yawn,and parents of \ ,
be, these teens. learned about toe further weekend or week of each youth attending. lI i c

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From left to right on the front rows Jennifer Dodge, MIcU Becker and Allison Archey. .
a In the rear, from left to right Bryan King Jo h Hula, Michael Becker and Camp Director UM Good.
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For 'Arbor Day Planting Candidate Effectivej for e. ,MOST INSURANCE ACCKPTID .

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I Dance-Alive SFCC To Have I
Partnership Big- Impact HereBy ,
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Mark Kredlin! from Atlanta to Miami. light. We are going to commit our two-year program in dance from Robertson said he is also looking Dancers who will become
BCT Staff Writer Dance Alive! was founded by'two resources to it in a big way" which students. could go on to advanced forward tp some of the major productions '"professional specialists". at.SF(;('
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Santa Fe Community College has sisters Kim Tuttle and Judith1Skinner SFCC planners hope to'offer a classes at univenirtoi.Itallet. which will be put on by include: Phillip Krauter Susan
joined forces with Dance Alive!, a ,who are Co-directors of the Dance Alive!, including one of his McNamara,Tak Kwan Chu. Kath)
professional dance company basedin group and who have both been involved favorites "Seven Brides for Seven eryn Dandois Michelle Incolling"
Gainesville, in a unique new with activities here in Brad Brothers". Tari'Loseke., Gary Duncan ,an':")
partnership which will offer plentyof 'ford, County various local productions Mom GildwelL
benefits. to area students. who at for several years..the most t The co-directors say they are"overwhelmed"
tend the college's Starkc-Branch- notable their production of "The at the thought of Fall classes in "Introduction i >
having a home base from which to
Campus. Nutcracker"at the BHS auditorium. Dance" and"Beginning Ballet", a.
August 19 marked' the official beginning Bigger and better things are also ,..... stage their productions.Their being planed
of anew relationship be-;, in the works for SFFC and their company is 12- years-old
'tween SFCC> which has been out newly official:: dance company. and was originally an offshoot of 'The response from local teacher;
standing among other, community Dancers in the program one, year the,Pofahl School of Dance Arts. and administration members th
colleges for its. strong support of from now will have access to a The school was a family business, local schools has been very posiu.
the arts. and Dance Alive!, which spacious new practice area when inherited by Skinner and Tuttle, so far,and the program is just b>'
despite it top-notch reputation and 18,000 sq.; ft, addition to the Colleges i.r who are the daughters of Dance ginning, Tuttle said in an earli"
its high profile for performances on-campus: auditorium is ..,.all Alivel founder Mary Ellen Pofahl. interview,
throughout the Southeast and be- completed in Gainesville.One) year
Dancers,who were on nine-month "We hope to have even 'more 11tcraction
yond,were struggling financially. after that the college will unveil a
season contract, now have the with the students in tin"
Dance Alive! is now the official brand new theater
security of a full 12-month con area than we have had in the po.si,
SFCC Dance
Company allowingthe The new 2,000-scat theater will be tract with the college, with related Tuttle said. "With' SFCC'on o'"'
dancers to draw steady pay called the. Santa Fe Community benefits like health care and insurance team, there is a big commitment
checks for their
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:exchange for teaching performances duties and College Performing Arts Center to ,something they have not been serving the entire community.'I'
be located at the comer of SW 34th able to afford in the past. very excitingGATOR ,"
special local
performances at public
high schools. Street and Hull Road in rr; # --
Gainesville.The .
Under the,terms of the new arrangement -
10 of Dance Ahvel's project to bring the dance p
personnel, will sign contracts to company to SFCC was spearheadedby II
teachu lance lessons both to Santa Santa Fe President
Fe College students and also to Alan Robertson who also played a
students in Bradford High School supportive role ,in bringing 'the' FARM .SUPPLY
as 'well as schools in Alachua Starke Branch Campus project into
County,the two counties served by fruitation.,
,I ,the college. "We serious'about making
are very
The dance company'will be en- this program first class and one The Ftarm Center Where You'llSee
couraged to continue their touring of the best of its. kind in the state"' It. Your Friends & Neighbors'For
,,, and performances in other cities at Robertson said when he and Co-di ,.,
t, the same time to continue to foster rectors Tuttle and Skinner announced '.:- ., I ,," ,' ","I{ '
the reputation of the company, the formation oft he partnership Quality and Freshness,Stop In and Select From
,who's performers have drawn glow-, last Spring. "We arc corn' ... 'The Many FJLM.Feeds We Now Have in Stock
ing reviews from.critics in in cities milled to dance as our, shining A Dance All-vet ballerina .. .Into a graceful plrroueUe.during. local i
performance of The Nutcracker Suite"..
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Bradford-Union Area Vocational Training Center, :Tennis M $900WORTH "

Evening Classes Instruction M OFF w.

''To pre-register or for more Information call 964-6800'' Starke or Keystone NEXT FEED PURCHASE'

"Teaching Aide-Sub. Teacher_....__..Tue.l&ll'h_......_...7p.m.-1 Op.m.-.Free Private Lessons '
,Vol. Fire Fighter (40 hourO.__..__.....Tue.& Th....._._610.._.............-.$10 $10 per hour OR Coupon Good Through -;
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CEO Prep..__...__......__...._....Tue.& Th,....._._.7.10.:...MM.M.._....Free For$5 each. '
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,Air. Cond. Heat Rep._.........._....._...\ .& Wed..6-1 ...._.,............$ 8.25 473-4380 or 964-6305 Just South of Town on Hwy. 301
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Recent Arrests vehicle accident at Orange and Howard Waldron rode his bike in''" "
In Bradford County Madison Sts. August 15 at 1:35 p.m. front of a car and was struck on
A 1985 Oldsmobile, driven by Bernice CR-221 according to Trooper W. M.
The.following arrests were made Huggins, pulled into the path ofa Abrams. Waldron was ejected from
by local authorities in Bradford. 1987 Chevrolet van, driven by his bike and landed on the hood of
County. Michael Dewayne Elder 18, of the vehicle. He was taken to Alachua
Starke which was eastbound,accor- General Hospital, according to
Johnny Fred Woolard, 25, was ar ding to Patrolman M. T. Short. Paramedic Cliff Chapman.
rested August 18 for DWLS, posses Damage to the two vehicles was
sion of drug paraphernalia according $6,000. Car lilts Tree'
to Investigator Michael Mc- A 1978 AMC driven by Elizabeth
,Clain.Bond was set at $1,210 he was Driver DUI 'J. Kirchaine,27,slid off the roadwayand
released on his own recognizance. Driver of a 1985 Ford, Bernard H. hit a pine tree August 17,accor-
Williams,29,of Worthington Springswas ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts
'Timothy H. White 26, of Clay charged with driving under influence Kirchaine was travelling on
County was arrested August 18 for in a accident August 21, according CR-221 near Hampton. She'' was
DWLS, according to Lt, John to Trooper Phillip taken to Bradford Hospital for minor
Hodges.He was released after a$210 Kraszewski.The injuries, according to Paramedic'
surety bond was posted Ford and a 1987 Buick,driven Cliff Chapman.Charges are pendingthe
Recent Accidents by Carl Russell Boulding. Lake, results of a blood alcohol test,'
said Roberts.
Butler. were southbound on SR-21
In Bradford-Union when Williams attempted to over- Damage to the AMC was $800. '
take and pass the Buick. The Buick
Authorities were kept busy with
struck the left the
accidents during the past two weeks. was on rear by
Ford which then travelled Into the ,FliP TroopersContinue
There were few.'serious injuries
ditch,said Kraszewski.
listed few charges but License,
property
Driver and in the Buick 11
passenger
damage ran high. Also several Vehicle Inspections
were treated and released at Lake
fender benders occurred in parking
lots. Butler Hospital Hand Surgery Bradford County'
Center, said Kraszewski.Damage to The Florida
the Highway Patrol will _
vehicles
was 12000.
be -- -
conducting driver license and
,3 Vehicles Crash, vehicle inspection checkpoints during Preparation...
Four to HospitalA Driver DUI the week of Aug.26 through Sept. Theo fencen,and Mben from Courtney Carter' Dance S4ndlo fa,Keyrtooe Height will bo performing Sunday at 3fjm.
-A"--Lake Butler man was charged 1 on SR-21, SR-lOO, SR-230, SR-18, .at the FoUrU of the Lake In Keyrtooe Height,M Labor Day. I
three vehicle accident on West with driving under influence in an SR-16,' CR-18, CR-18, CR-21B Prom left to right on the back rowi Shannon O'Brien. AUbon Reel and Kelly O'Brien.,
,to Madison in Starke but all sent four treated people for accident which occurred July 22. CR-225 CR-125, 'CR-229,' CR-231, In the front. }JW MaMeiiglll and Stacey> 0.......
hospitals were
L. after
Bobby Kirby was charged CR.227tCR-221. CR-230 and CR-100A
minor injuries. test results revealed he had a .25 in Bradford County.
A Ford stopped to make a left turn percent blood alcohol content,accor, Recognizing the danger presentedto
onto Alton Road August 19 was ding to Trooper Donald Dean the public by defective vehicle license laws Florida while insur., VA Bft ftBlmlW
'struck from the rear by a Pontiac irtg the: protection of all motorists.'
A Ford driven
( of I 1985 pickup truck, equipment, Troopers will concentrate ,
driven by William Reed, Sr., 24,
by Hubert 52, of Lake Butler their efforts
Tyre on vehicles being
Starke. The Ford, driven by Edwina Union rm"
was making a left turn onto a dirt operated with defects such as bad County
Uoyd Chastain of Hampton, was >road from SR-231,said Dean. Kirby, brakes worn tires and defective 'The Florida Highway Patrol 'will l
pushed into a to'eastbound Patrolman 1983 Dodge, ''driving a 1986 Nissan pickup truck, lighting equipment. In addition at. be conducting driver license and BY WEED EATER4Model110
according, Danny overtook the Ford and tried to pass tention will be directed to drivers ,vehicle inspection checkpoints durIng
Thrift Jr.Passenger striking the Ford in the left side who would violate the driver.license the week of Aug.26 through Sept. Only
in the Pontiac Nichol
causing it to' overturn and rotate. laws of Florida. I on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231 SR-241, 22.2 cc gas engine
Reed, 17, flown from the
was scene While overturning, the Ford was The Patrol has found these check- SR-238, CR-18 ,CR-237, CR-229, IS' .
due to her Neither driver cuttrQ: path
pregnancy. 'struck a second time in the under points to be an effective means of enforcing CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
or said J>:passenger Thrift. were Driver wearing of the set Dodge belts carriage by the Nissan which causedit : the equipment and driver 796A in Union County. > I ,.Top-N-Goltle $ 8999'
Peggy, A. Gross of Starke and to overturn again and travel to the advance
left. to the -
coming rest on grassy
t. taken passenger,to Bradford Peggy Wright Hospital 16, were with ,edge, said Dean. Model 115 Only
minor Injuries, according to Rescue 53 and 50 responded,'takIng JARVIS, 22.2 cc gas engine

1 Paramedic Damage to Bill the O'Neal.vehicles, .in the "5'',: Hospital the'injured Hand ,Surdgery to Lake Center Butler, ..15'cutthg path' ,$ 9999.
ALUMINUMChainLink N-Go line .
f h ,(p.m. accident totalled 14000. Blood said Dean. Ruth Tyre, 57, was later'flowl' FENCE & Tap advance .
alcohol tests were taken on all three to University Hospital.
drivers, charges are pending resultof Wood & Farm Fence Model
that test, said Thrift., Hampton'Man'lnjured 4000 _
A 51-year-old Hampton man was Keystone Heights :.100 West 1 Gas Power Edger WEED'EJu 1:1: (
jI ug,15, treated for an open fracture of the 26.2 cc engtDa
There were no Injuries in a two right!leg August 18 after an accident. '..Adjustable cutting depth.
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Is swimming In the Santa Fe Charles (Buddy) Ball with James
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:," ", ', up at 5:30: a.m.to prepare for the day chnetucknee. It Is telling the new assistants. Other instructors at the as
I and cleaning your cabin for inspec- band members about how bad initia- camp included former Bradford .
\\1,, tion. It Is doing calisthenics and tion is going to be. It is making new High band director Mike Woodfin
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percussion; majoretteat
It is marching on a field with ships.is hard work dedicated people Bradford High Donna J. Parado,
;I painted yard lines and gopher holes ,and great fun.Ninetyseven jazz dancers; University of Florida
in the heat and in the rain. It is practicing Bradford High Gatorette Tammy McCarthy
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your,instrument or routine up School band 'members, majorette, jorettes; professional trumpet
to 10 hours a day.It and dancers
jazz spent the 13th player Terry Moo and of
University
Is eating food that the adults call through the 19th of August at O'LenoState ,Florida low Brass Instructor Dr.Art
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FOR SALE
WANTED PROPERTY ,RENO AKEAiPloota OPPORTUNITIES CHEVY' TON 4x4 PARTS front'and 205. N T n b.Stirli
write P. O. Drawor 280 Stark. roar axles, tronf...*,, tron.mlt tofi.. L1 i
IOW. LOW DOWN I 11 I Now mobile homo,
Fla. 32091.' 4/7TF 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLESi SunaL ate. 964-5812. TFc.
WANTIDl BOWLERS TO JOIN FALL down payments ttort at $350. For fro 'WOLFF Tanning Bad. -SlandarQuattPtmlva It" FORD LTD WAGONs air. ..c.cond., Cece11T5 Ye III ar
HAGUE Its fun rewarding, and In- approval call Uncle Roy' 1-351-8314. Exerciser. Call for free color.'calalogu."Sav. $2.300. 964-4501.3tpdd 8/11-23
exponslvd' Phone 964-8173 Now WE FIN NCEIt 4tchg 8/4-23 to SO%, 1-BOO-228-629.1 I9B3 FAIRMONTi Ford 6 cylinder, PS, PB
HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL, now 28.68.3 Icon AC low mileage $1600. 1980 FORD LAKE <,FW J > gorgcovf lak* lot. beautiful tr***. partially cleared
8/18.9/8
CASH 4tchg PAID FOK AMERICAN TOOLS I Homat of Merit only $24,945/ $249 OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL. OR SHOE LTD: 302 angina, good mechanical, 100xs3b,,N,>' .arse to town, located oH Hwy. 1001.

power or mechanic>> complete tot month Undo Roy'. 1-331-8514. 4lchg STORE, Choose from: _Joan/Sport- $1100: 1973 MERCURY MARQUIS: all 207 AlvAfl CTl t BR, 1 Ba, fram,,. window AC, *poc* h>*t7.,fncd
largo or email alto' toot boxo*. 8/4-23 swear, ladles. mn, childran/motar power, AC, good transportation new yard yVyAfiUM. 17.MO..
TO SETTLE ESTATE Never lived In. 1988. nlty large sites! tires battery starter and
petite new naw
Pr-I970' Phone 964-8173 '
'cart. or 14x70 3/2'$7110'' down. $192 month K t.o acra* ocat** on NW 29th Av.. 4 M, 2 M, stucco
doncawaor/oaroblc bridal, lingerie" oraccessories altarnator $650. NEW 34x4 ABOVEGROUND
473-7473 3tehg 8/18-9/1 from, Ml> M | CHA. nndom farm I -
skylight tractor n.go.Thls fritd
Owner finance Iron delivered and Mt <
BUY OR SELL Old house or building 'Inyour *tor*. Add,,color onalyili.Brond POOL 15 yr*. liner warranty to.V/jl VJCMOO
'up. 1.351.8514.4tclp 8/4-23 Liz Claiborne Hoalrhtax and filter ;_
way? We will buy and move oH namoi ? heavy duty motor big y.
.EPO'.IASY CREDIT Free, Fait. Credit Chau, Lee, St. Michele Foranto. complete. oil attachments, $900.' Day
your property Call Thomas Hour* by phone, 1-351-8314. 4tchg 8/4-23 Bugle) Boy Levi Camp Beverly Hill, 496-1307 or night 496-3680. 4tchg BETHttyUftCH: ROAD 1 BR/tB Concrete: Block, weed floor, 1181 ..!.,
' Movor. 752.5825.8/18 4tpd 9/8 THREE tEDROOM. 2 I bath CHftA, 12x72 Organically Grown Lucia, Over 2000 8/11-9/4 new M. sKuasd! Oft' *cr*.. 140.000 -
BUY I SELL We buy old run-down
houses or "handyman ipoclalu". Call mobll home on IV* acre. $14,000 others. Or $13,99 one price designed, 1 IS IT TRUE you can buy Jp for $44
Thomas cash. 964-4430 after 6 p.m. 8/18TF multi-Mar pricing discount or' family through the U.S. Government? Got the OWNtiabov ANKIOU51 Conarly. Etat*. 1 BR/lB, stone) Hr.ploa, 1BOO *q ft,
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9/8 752.5825.818Vtpd I'/i ACRE with mobile horn, dbl carport shoe tor*. Retail prices unbelievable fact todayl 1-313-742-1143.. ..1. ftgynd pool. l. _.T financing, call for detail rducd to Ml,000
2 BR. 2 both fully furnished for top quality shoes normally priced 609. 4tchg 8/11-9/1 .
pocon and par troo. Appraised at from $19 ro $60. Over 250 brand :2600 198 THUNDERBIROt new tronmllon. t.
YARD SALE $27.500, estate sole 23000. Hwy 223 styles. $17,900 to 29900. Inventory looks ft like HOMES
new paint run naw.
(Baylo. Hwy) 4 mile. South ol SR 100, training, 'fixtures, olrfaro, grand openIng -, $2.000 OBO. Call 964-4510 after 9 p.m. KINGSJ,/I.4K.' 90/ on ,lake. 3/1V4 horn. 2/1 MH
3 mIles North CRYSTAL.K, furnished' log cabin; 98 h. on water 1 IBR/IBo.
lAWTEYi.'FRIDAY! 9 a.m. untIl. 1251 NE of SR 16. Estate of E.S. ..'c. Can open 13 doyi.: Mr. Mor- 3tchg 8/18-9/1 i
60th Ave. look for ilgn. Itchg 8/25 Oliver. 904.471.1245.4tpd 8/18-9/8 phi ((612)) 8881009. Itpd B/25' MAKE MI AN OFFER.CASH OR TRADE I 11. GRAHA>Ul., 2.78 Ac. 1930 *.f..CHftA $ 83.0001
FRIDAY' AND SATURDAY 8/26-27, SR 16 10x30 TRAILER good for camping. 400. 1982 HONDA Gl 1100 Gold Wing now 4 SO CHIC;;, iCj CHEAP I nawly remodeled 3BR 'IBo fraihlypalnSA
ft 12t. Phone 43{-1200. Itchg 8/25 You move. 301 North of Stark to NE MOTORCYCLESMUST battery are ft brakes, nice bike, need |W*corpat, 628 Pinewood St., Reduced $ 26.9001
THIS IS THE ONI YOU HAVE I liKEN 50. right to NE 1 11 th, right too house on over $1200 cash 1972 SCHOOL BUS 407 CEh-ft) $TREETTwo opartmant $ 23.0001
WAITING FOR Sept 3 on Ease Call 5', left In rear. 1-778-0314. 2'pcI,8/18-25, IfII same damage good for storage or flea .401 CE ;!llil TREETi. $ 10,0001
Early bird welcome and bring the SELL HARLEYDAVIDSONISportttar I .market, Trade? $100. It" FORD F-150, .D. 2 % y story. CB: B frame,3/l:) $43.0001
pickup. More Info next weak In,the 'fr t' NOTICE 200cc. $1000 and take overpayments naad motor, but hove one, has rebuilt 1205 BUNttriO Sit CB,3/r 3/4 be. CHftA, 3/4 acre. $ 43.0001
'Tologroph. llpd 8/25 or $6000" cash. 782-3209, C-3 tron.mli.lon. Trade? $600. -1978 LAKE BU< I Brick' veneer 3/'% bo. CHIA ': $ 46,0001
MORNING SALE Everything mutt 90-: 2tchg 8/,18.25 MG MIDGET run good bur needs. SMALL kAA'< 3.83 Acra. 'frame 3/'. 1532..f. $ 36,00031S
TV, VCR '.tarao, furniture, tool. .CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b*iub- motor rebuilt $500. 1977 DODOS OM. N. VjVRtlts Not and tidy 3 BR 2 bo $ 45.000 I
plant, kitchen dinnorwara, pot. milted to the ,Bradford County REAL; ESTATE Nl, don't know about this one, but was HWY.t fi t I1-/' front, 3 tall born nawly rewired I 2 Ac. $ 32.3001
pan, exotic birds. Take CR '16 toward Telegraph' oflew |In writing and paid In 'OUT OF AREA running. Trade? $300. Call 964-4233 or CEDAR ...*..V'Y! { at Country Club 3000 ..!.. on 2 lots
prison follow *lgn*. Fr}( Sat,, Sun, ,advance unless credit I* already : 473.7413.2tchg 8/18-33 GOOD t j3 0K'NO: now brkk duplex 215 Bradford Dr. $ 38.000
Itchg 8/23 tobllhod with this offlco. 16 FORD PKKUPrrun*. $450: also 125 N'I''"cOLIfTl 3 BR. 1 Ba, carport owner financing $ 36,000 I IKEYST4rt
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS wooded
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II 177 Chevy Malibu. Clonk good condi
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Aug. lots, river access, S3430 Eoch. No COUNTRY CLUBi BR. I Ba. 1500 ..!.,wood frame $ 50.000 I
2526. Go 230 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN tion. $800. Offers occaptad. 468-2543
post hospital to 230A '
turn Might,, first dirt rood to left CLASSIFIEDS' WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER money down. $65.41 monthly; Owner or between 10 o.m.-6 p..m.:, 3254406. BROOKffti brick and frame, Shady Oak S/D. extra lot $ 44,000
Follow lgn*.go Itchg 8/25 THE TELEPHONE. 1-236-4579 or 16222438.: 1/7TF Itchg 8/25 MENG b Ay ROADt :3.25 ocr..,3/1 CB, CHftA. ItCI near $ 40,000 |

,Classified' deadline I I. TUESDAY., GATLINBURG SUMMIT 15% discount, 1910 OLDSMOBILE TORONADOl V8. ....:LOTS ft ACREAGE..... ,1
,SCHOOLSUNITED NOON prior to Thursday publication. '' during Aug 22-Sopt.:: 1. ,,,Private ...C. good condition, $2500. ,7823232.. HWY. lj: *10()acres foln Alochua County line $ 25,300 I ICONElEfATESilot0
Cloiilllod display deadline I I. TUESDAY balcony;' clubhouse with Indoor, pool Itpd 8/25 '
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5TBEET,2Acres city $ 10,000RD.
.TRAVEL 'SCHOOLS. Rotorvo- placement I I. NOT Guarantvod. brochuro. I-80O-242-4833. Icon run good *xcallant for hunter )
lIonl.t.,'Trovle Agant, Ticket Agents" Minimum charge for classified ads I I.',. SOUTHEAST AlABAAAAl 200 acres. Bar. 964.6911.8/25 21 pd 9/1 104 fA>f. 1.37 ocra.. wooded and platted $ 7,000
Llv. Computer Training.>| Placement 13 word for $3.50 then 15 cents for hour County 30 open 20 cultivotllon, IMS CHEVYi 4 door.'1 ton dually 454, LAWTIV $ Aiilitanca Financial Aid Available, ooch word thereafter.. balance woodad.'Timbar" retained until AT. cruise, AC, AM/FM tint window, RD. LOG fl IJ acres: plus fish pond wlde open spaces $ 26,000 I
,Corrapondanca/Raldont: 'Tralningn, .sweet harvested 3 ocr spring fed lake 3/4 bod liner,' running' board,,,, 473-1946 PRIMITIVE B>''fIST CHURCH RD.I 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 poles '$ 50,000
Accredited Member NHSC; Call toil-', mile ''crook frontage.'. HUNTINGI I after p.m. Itpd 8/25 CROSFy(SKI LOTt claorad 100'on wotar, ,I; $ 19,8001
free 18007822480. Headquarters. $65.000 Terms. BARRON STROTHER. 19B DODGE CARAVAN SEt extra clean WINDI A f$EE LAKE lot 246. Flo. Frontiar'. $ 15,0001

CI.wal.Florida.. Icon PERSONALSSENIOR I Broker, Southorn Properties, P.O. Boxj I loaded 60.000 miles" $7,200. Call. ......COMMERCIAL......,
UNITED TRUCK MASTER Truck Driver 755 Troy. Ala. 36O81. ''203-566-1870. 782.3033 altar 6 p.m. 825.2tpdd. 91REAbTY I
,Training DO.T. cartificatlon. lob 203-733-2442. ( lOOKlKjft fd A DEALT Two prim acr*.. 301 S.. Reduced to $85,0001
placement assistance. financial old CONNECTION for people over i LOCATION/, LOCATION! This prim camm.rclallocatlon 507 W. Madison St.,.
available, corropondanca/raldnt 30. Far free Info writ: Senior Connoctlon. diret1l'y' 0:&'0** from WlnnDlxIa could b* convened to your needs..
training, accredited member NHSC. Suite 132 6506 W. Capitol Dr... RD. "V\S'r' Four duploxos $130.000
Call toll-fro 1.800.346.3112.. Headquarters Milwaukee, WI 532l6.fcanSubsjcrjbeJ t1l\1ATHEWS SUPER (:QMMCRCIALI Great two tory building corner Call ft Walnut St.,
: Cloarwator, Florida lean ( 3198 Fyn clean:l excellent condition live upstairs. hove
buihmu dOwnstaln. Bt location I Enterprise Zone Bonoflli.I .
R.V., CAMPERS, MEMBER( 9644469When UOR a.u ACf"15L UI I South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' toned
.,,il tmall 1 BR horn ft ft CB shed
Opq. tinglawlda bldg., utility $ 62.000
TRAVEL TRAILERS wiling, real f Ul., why ttUM. far tolling the who! town,when. you un tell the whets world. ? '
WALDt3t&0\MO fenced zoned loA $ 30.000
Listing Agentor. .VA Acquired PropertiesArea 1 II LAKE VVHMt 12 unit trailer park $ 55,000
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I "M IMP ALA 33 h- troial trallar, reor B '301 s4efP,1,193 ft-301 ft'ontogi "ri.." -.r ..-.....0 SpppgTttb'Mpy'4n4
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,,:< altar TV antenna 6 "owning' vary clean' $7200 -1915 Fleetwood 32x2. 3 BR. :2 Ba, .OH J01 N. wooded 8.50 OCI Wwall ,Jq.Jjn.f r., Mtj k..p.!J..Jn ''h-graafvalu*;,-- ..492,000301NQR1tttbyEcenolodg.,1 .
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1913 Fleetwood 52x24, 3 BR.. 2 Ba, front Ofproxlmotolyi 150'x appr., 2201 $125,000 I
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CHSA, front/roar dbl. :
Jordan Agency Inc. patio car -CR 123) 33 acme clearedfarmhouse pastur*.
> 'garage, Highridgo Estates. Keystone fCR 125i 13 acres 4 4 After Hours
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June Norman Andy: Jordan 964-5237 HOMES BR' -SR 100 Wt 13 acres $2300 par acre, Johnl (tinpford Master Appral, .496-2291
FmHAi Several nice 3 t'/i Ba.
$23,000 to 39000. Frontage on bah sides of hwy. PouJI"fkortdolph 964-3160 I
_Cltyt ono acre on Laura St., room for'ovorol
Mobile Home Insurance .Coll.y Rdt: ,3BR. 2'/ 8 a. .CHSA.garaga '...Identlollol... 1oy1T1torpton, 964-4123
chain link fane
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Cltyt, 1.38 Ac., great office location.
yard. -City: SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential
.5,. Clair St.l 2 BR, t Bas CHSA, with commercial development orao. 4
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441. W. Madison St. Starke W. Call St.l 2 BR. I bo. CHI A, guest HOMES ACREAGE
I horn. 3 additional building lot*. Union Ctyt 133 ocra*.. 2700. tq.ft- ,t,
Walnut St.l 3 BR. 2 bo, CHftA, Idoal brick horn*. ''CI4Ssifieds
for the largo family. BUILDING LOTS Get ,Results!

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David L. Dodge. MSA. CRA I'ally K; y IJItlcr. MUARes. .
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located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks.' S. of SR 1 100. 221 W. Lafayette Sf..A.'S' 964-537O iT Tn Ri-s. I !> '. , e"/.l M16 SF.. Drapes ft Carpet Wall ft
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ACRES HWY log WEST: Paved road Ir'ontoga. *. 964-6941 w Kiiiiyyoi 5/1/: ', Mrl. Nice Fenced Yard. '
BEAUTIFUL POOL TO RELAX In with this largo horn. 3BR :2Ba, includes Opal Dickson I | I.IH ill < i'iy.Re CCRNt 1II LOT 3BR/1BA CB Horn. Kltchan-Dinlng Combo Family Room.. .
family room kitchen equipped! with stove DW. troth compoctor 9647333f REALTOR .c:.,. 0'' ROOM TO ROAM 2BH/2BA CB Home. Extra Larg Living I .
*INVESTORS OR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERSI This horn I I. Immaculate with,, ,- De lgnate4 Appraisers Oltl'9' Rooms, Family Room CHftA. Enclosed Garage, Wall ft Saptlc.
brand now carpeting, now interior paint lob. Includes stove, refrigerator and Your Full Service Real Estate OfficeAppraisers $8 'ri'F\JL, BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. Living ft Dining Room, Room 'for .
dishwasher. PriM. Fireplace: CHftA, Large Eat-In Kitchen, Poetry W..II. SapG& -
,*CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITISt Lot with take acc..... for Residence Farm Commerrial Uusincsfr .tl= 1 1\&..,. .
NICE BRICK HOME with assumable mortgag Owner will also halp finance' >ft LOCATION SBR/SBA DW Mobil Hom*; 1988.; CH A, :2-inch Welt .
Three bedroom with family room and Indoor utility. NEW LEASE PURCHASE"A Static. ','6 Acr*. '
OVER 2000 SQUARE FEET In this horn. Well built with many axtrot. Call for. Warren Stevenson Home" on 1/2 acre; Gorgeous 3'BR., G1jj BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story CB Business, ft Horn* w/ilvlng .

private howlng., \ I ,2BA, great room w/f ireplac.. extra large double garage. Ailjp" talr.. 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 Acra*. .
.* LOTS AVAILABLE AT OOlFVIEWi Call today for bM selection '4';* well double Insulated windows and more. LA.rTtV AREA T 1: 21R/''''' From ft 3BR/2BA Daublewids. Ilk*' Now | I
*TWO BEDROOM V/t bath horn. on large. lot In Crystal Joke Homatlta.. I Immediate ] "-fI''f'loe., Patios ft Carport. CH&A., Large Woriuhop.Wall ft Septic I
Occupancy. $2,000 down. $600 month lease. .
Lake access ovoiloblo./ $38,300. O.f h s Firionclng/Good Term, 6.92 ...c.... !L
*THREE BEDROOM.,2 bath CB CHftA. t ocr. priced to toll at 31000. O-AWf IfRCET 3BR/8A From. Wall ft Septic, 2 Acre*.'
*TWO NICE 100x100 building lots In town, A Few of Our Many Listings PVK ,fltllT. 3BV1BA From... Lot 30x150 ft, $9.300.

.KINOSLEY LAKE AREA, 1 BR. I Bd cottage, opprox t acre. $29,300.SAMPSON BRICK 4 BR, 1'i bo. Rallord area, on I ocr. LAAt"y r Old Fashioned From Horn, 4BR/1BA, Large Living ft Dining
LAKE LOTs would consider building horn for _n.. LARGE 4 I.. 2 boo on 3 acres, hwy.. frontage; only'$51,000. ROAMS, large Porches. Lange Lot w/Shod Tr**., City Water, Septic Tank. r
110x113 LOT with vortallla prefab steel 30x30 building hot. soma'equip DUPLEX IN STARKEi rental Income $550 par mo., only $33,000., Nk/' AVER 3BR/1 BA SW Mobil' Home In Excellent. Condition. Wall ft Sep
meat previously used a* auto goraga. M.H. on t'A ACRESi clot to Stark.,lot of axtroPOULTRY *. t<%, '. A *CROSBY LAKE xclulv area, 1 acra. '',. FARM RESIDENCE, pullet form fully equipped on B ocra.. very cot*' '>N* you\ A GOOD CARPENTER Buy ft Repair tots Two-Story 3BR/2BA .
HEALTH. FOOD USED CLOTHING STORI. to Storka. Excellent Incom Coll for mare Information. .B10' k ll From, Hume, Large living ft Dining Room w/Flraploca, Large.lot.:
*BEAUTIFUL VA ACRES with 3BR. 2 Ba 1470 MH with nice dack. FOUR YEAR OLD Doublawld on 1 ocr*, motivated *.IIoir.,
*NICS 3 BR 2 bath CB house with workshop. on I ocr*. HURRYI Nlc from horn, In city. Priced to W. vMl SELECTED PROPERTIES

TWO 2BR.. IBA HOMES In town on. $29,900, pee $27.300. Call today for a SOUTH Ova 1000 ft. In MH on 2....$ acr**. 4" wall, fruit tr...a*. 33000. ft At***. $W Mobil Horn w/Stov Rafrl, 2 Wall. $.pic Tank Planted

thawing.l HUNTERS .PARADISE 2 Homes, 60 ocr.., Improyad pasture ft wood.. PIOs" .
3/4 ACRES with 3BR IBa CB homa 100 W. Reduced. 'to $49.900.) LAWTEYt' close to school, 3 BR, 1'A Bo, city _* K Aft** Brookar.. Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Tarm''
*RENTALS, One BR house* In town, $230 pr month.. LAKE BUUERi city water ft sewer, big lot, nice from horn*. U AC." Will Divide. Paean Grove Wall ft Septic Owner. financing:
DUPLEX IN IAWTEY; On.or Two BI available.. DOWNTOWN STARKIi 2 Owner .
stoves. presently occupied. flnonclng. AcM Good CommercIal location. Hwy. 16W.
LANDt, 35 ACRES on paved rood nice property owner fktan Ing. I AcM: Zoned for Mobil Horn.
.FRAME HOME Beautiful setting with pecan trees, on 2 ocra*, paved rood. t ACRA Hwy. 301 South
ilCall One Our OWNER FINANCING. Low down payment 10% 'nt.....'. 45000. 0t/.HAlS/ ACRE: Zoned for Mobil' Ham.. .
.. of Professionally HAMPTON OAKSi Beautiful brick horn on '.58 ocra*.2300*.f.,excellent wot..,. I.DUIWOOD I0t OH HWY 301 SOUTH Good Binln*** location.
Trained Staff Today..964-5069 Development with deed rtrktk, over 1600 ..f., immoculota. WI .,-"VA Large Lot. 100 H, Lake Frontage. .
BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME, over 3,000 *q. ft., Crystal Lake acca.. -.\,t, LOTS Crosby ft Sampton. Owner financing. .
After Hours Call GREAT BUY) Stork .xcllant neighborhood, 3/lVi, *ot-ln kitchen and mor. t tty: ? LOTS t Northeast" Section. .
WALDOl Neat I40O *.f.. 3 bedroom, CHftA 34000. I IA0, RASA OF LAND Northeast Section of.CIty }
.Realtor Associates e LOCATION' LOCATIONS In Stork, cyttomjhom* on 3 ocr**..

'Evenings: m ; Call Us About 'If YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS/ RELATED

'.Irene 1.. Faulkrer..964-5142, LAKE LOTS'I HOMES *ACRE AGE MAKI rpM NfXT JTOPAT ACCH .A TfD '
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SALE FOR RENT
BUSINESS HELP WANTEDCOOK PERSONAL SERVICES HELP WANTEDGOOD

MUSICAL INSTRUMBNTSi A* low a* NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish- ,OPPORTUNITIES .
514." per month Call 964-6946. Ifn ed.. laundry facilities" Included Video .- WANTED WAITRESS WANTED UL SEPTIC,TANKS Install septic tanks, PEOPLE .- GOOD PAY. GOOD
NIWSPAPIR PLATES Aluminum. room available. Will accept one child OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Textile Buddy's lakeFront Restaurant. Apply In' haul fill dirt drain fields. FreeEstimates. BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.
Maosuras 24"25 cent* each. Great no pel*. Palm-Apt, 2313 N..Temple Screen Printing Buclness, All equipment person, 468-2394 Itchg 8/23 : Call 964-2470 or 964-7610, lake, Butler Apparel, 650 SI. 2nd
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few patching and repair,TELEGRAPH Ave., Starke 32091. 10/29" and supplies needed for printing 7/21 Btpd. 9/' Street.Lake Butler, 496-3601. tfn/chg
133 W. Call St. 964-6309., ADULT PARK Clean 2 M "mobile home: T-shirt cap, lockets and uniforms 1/21
AUCIA HAY In roll under bam. Delivery A mile Nice neighborhood." 473.2915.4khg 81898RENTALS REAL: ESTATETHREI ,GET PAID for' reading books! $100. per
_II..... Arthur Catkin. 782-3727 horn MOBILE HOMES title. Write:. PASE.F710. 161 S. lln
colnway N. Aurora (N. 60542.: 8/4
3/26TF FURNISHED ROOM ,
PALL 'SPECIAL, STEEL BUILDINGS from with air all utilities' MH FOR SALE or rent t tR/2 BA home BEDROOM-TWO BATH BRICK 8/23 ,
paid
S37.SO
30x40x12 $4.630 p.r week located 3 blocks from school. Owner HOMI on S to 10 acres. '..351020ocr. GOVERNMENT JOBS $18,037. to $69,403.
40x79x14 $9,673; 90x73x14 40x30x12 $6.293;' MAGNOLIA HOTEL. Walnut St., by Post. .ON LAKE GENEVA Furnished 2 BR will finance with small down payment. ... or,, larger for sale. New two Immediate Hiring,I Your area Call
; $11,483 Office. TFMOBILE
90x100x14 $14,943 100x200x18SISNS : home w/lorge" living room d/,. !bath. New .home with central hoot and air, bedroom 2 bath doublewlde. on one amore (refundable) 1(518)459-3611( ) Ext.
All shoal; Financing HOMES 2 U,1 BATH WITH AC. large deck overlooking lake Dock a fireplace Call 413.7975.8/1 tfnchg acres.. Call 496-3939, day. F3339D for Federal list 24 h... 8/18
COVERED
available) PIONEER IUILDING PATIOS. I MILE TO laundry facilities available?4732919. 198 FLEETWOOD Doublewlde, 24X44. 434-1593 evenings, tfn/chg. 8/18 3tpd. 9/1
SYSTEMS, 912-389-3664. fcan DOWNTOWN STARKE, 964-749. ./4 tfnchg Take over payments. 3 BR/2BA: many CRUISI SHIPS Now hiring I Summer and
/14" LAKI GENEVA Mobile Home Park ..Iro.. ..732tpd 81823MOBILE .
career Excellent
SlAT LIFT CHAIRS. H you're Medicare FOR SALE opportunities. pay.
a IN TOWN clean 2 BR house on shooed Keystone. Partially furnished from HOMI and (land. 14X70 mobilehome Excellent World Travel Call
recipient with U qualifying condition, lot,. CHBA. carpet. Prefer quiet workIng $135 month Call and pay. '
473-7366 20tpd 120'XtSOr lotOwner
call toll free number far con (refundable) 1(518)459-3535( ) ext.P3448A. .
Information.
1-800-445-4174. fcanORAPtS more aduh No pet*. For appt.' to view, 7/21.12-1 tract. Small down. $1300 moves you In PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible ..5 3tpd. 9/. '
U-PKKt Lilly Vineyard. Carol call 964-6680 otter 3 p.m. $235 month ON LAD GENEVA mobile homes, furnished tomorrow. No qualifying. 3 BR/1BA. party to take on small monthly LOAN SECRETARY NEEDED Must... skilled -
Form Rd., Florohome. 904-659-2121 plus security deposit. Firm. S/9TF nice 2 BR 1V4 BA furnished $23672 per month at 12X for ten payment on piano. See locally Call In typing shorthand and in computer
fJ/IB 7tchg 9/29 SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARKE Is now dock 4 laundry facllltle/ available. years. 473.2730.4tchg 8/18-9/8 manager at 1(618)234-1306.( ) anytime. or loan processor Experience
taking applications for 1 12 bedroom '413.2919.8/1 tfnchg ON 8/11 3.chf.25 '
all DEER SPRINGS LAKI D/W mobile necessary Apply to Formers and
CLOTHING BAG SAUl $1, con
tuff. Campbell's, 134 E. Call you St,,, apartments. $199 and $319 month, ON LAKI GENEVA home, newly home, large Florida room 4 dock big CARPET 8. VINYL Mill-direct company Dealers lank. Itchg. 525CARSTRUCKS
Stork. 8/23 2tchg 91UPtCXGRAPtSi ,CHBA,, fully equipped kitchen cobia decorated 2 BR, 1 BA enclosed front utility shed. 34900. 473-2232. Itpd committed to quality and strvke. Free
ready. 964-7793 or 964-4214, S/26TF dock a facilities .
porch laundry 8/25 sample kit lets you buy In the convelnence
,7 a.m.-7 p.m., 1 day a S BR APARTMENT central .heating and available. Stove a refrigerator furnish of your home. Paradise

,-"-...Hwy.Look 301 for North. 4 mile fromStork. cooling calling fans, and other deluxe .... 473-2919. ./4 tfnchg Carpets. P O, Box 24... Dalton Ga.

Mosley. 8/23 2tchg 9/1 signs, Lawrence features, such as off street parking. KEYSTONE CENTER 30O .q. ft, office 'or, YARD SALES .30722. 1(800)338-781( ) ./18 3tpd. 9/1
FILTER QUEEN VACUUM CLIANERt good Children and elderly welcome: 1 per shop 1220 per month. 473-4961, 8/4 GRAFESVou pick Martin's Fruit Farm 198 TOYOTA PICK-UP. 2.4 litre single
allowed. 9641601.4TF tfnchg GARAGE SALE Saturday Aug. 27. Cardinal Ft. White Open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Closed overhead cam engine 4-speed
condlltlon need tell
to 2007823171.
LOW RENT 1 and 2 room furnished efflclencle KEYSTONE CENTER executive pecan Drive across from the elementary Sundays. 8/18 4tpd. 9/8 automatic with overdrive transmission.Bedllner .
Itpd 025QRAPEIU MCKi Joe, *. AC utllltle. paid.'quiet and paneled office 'pa .. S225 per month school.! Itchg 8/25 ALL ROUND REGISTERED MARI In fold. leather. bench: seat, AM/FM
GrlHls
loop clean. 9641687.1ITF .7304961.4 ffnchg For more Information coil, 496-3172, cassette player, tinted gla... 31,000
Foulk.567... ,Open Mon-Sot.. I' FOR SALE OR LENT 2 bedroom house In ,
t. COTTAOI
near library furnished between 8 30 a.m. and 9 p.m. Itpd. miles 6208.13, you refinance. Call
m.7 Sun 1-6 8/23 4tpd NOTICE
p..m. p.m. Stark. 1.7267651.8/lilt AC. $240 'mo. Lake privileges. 8/18 anytime .?63167.1.. 2tpd. 8/25
9/15 TWO BEDROOM, \'A ba. AC, 14x63""" 473-4961.8/4 tfnchg REFRIGERATOR washer. and window airconditioner
SIVIRAL ITEMS lawn set, exercisers, mobile home CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted \ :
In nits
Keystone area. Clay BEAUTIFUL SILVER LAKI Very Call ..962090.11 2tchg.
,freezer oak chairs, .heater and the Lak. FOR RENT
water County. $273 monthly, 473-7770. 3tpd house, 2 BR, screened porch AC/H to Region Monitor office 8/25 '
go .heater 4311200. Itchg ./25 8/11-23 furnished No pets. Enoy| swim, ski in writing and paid In advance AKC REGISTERED CHINESE PUG Mole 1
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BUILD NOW with 'lowest prices ever I TWO BEDROOM 1 both mobile home unlats credit Is already establishedwith
'' fish 413.2440.Itpd8/18 year old. $250. CAII, 431-1876.after 9 CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C.
Smith 301 7 mile this office.MONITOR .
Stephan lumber 12x60.$230 month. 964.4238. 8/11TF 3 BR, 1 IA Doublewlde In Keystone p.m. Extras. Reasonable Rent PINES Call
South. 468-2624. 2x6x10 PT' $3.T3; OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT-KEYSTONE Heights. S275/mO. S300 security.; STAFF CANNOT BE HELD SUNDECKS. WHEELCHAIR RAMPS, 496-2366. SRI21 Lake Butler,, 7/14
2x6x12 PT $4.39. Itchg 8/23 HEIGHTS next'to Hardee's, 4733778.2tchg ., 1-734-7090 2;chg1..25 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN SCREEN PORCHES ETC Excellent'work tfnchg. n'
ONI SOW FOR SAUSAOI. 600 '(CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
approx.. 81623FURNISHED WHITI SANDS LAKEeffklency cottage'furnished reasonable prices. 0'\f deck TWO BEDROOM MONO HOMI In courv
Ib*., $1X: one hog for freezer, approx. APARTMENT adult only, S2SO mo. Includes electric 8. THE TELEPHONE.. with 4 N. steps and rails. '$399. Call) try. lake Butler area Ideal for small
90 I...., $30 free drum for burning Classified deadline I Is 11:00 Tuesday
a.m.
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clean, downstair 964-2338. Screened 4 496-3321. after 3 8/23 9/1
quiet water. perch idpet. to p.m. 2tpd family $133 month plus deposits.
( troth 782-3633. Itpdd 8/23 prior Thursday publication
8/18-23 KENMORE HEAVY DUTY WASHING Call ,
2tchg 1.384.9374.3tchg '/25.92 / : Available Sept. J. 431-1714 or
KINMORI REFRIGERATOR with Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.SO,
EXTRA CLEAN FURNISHED 3 BR, 12x70 BR MOBILE HOMI Hlghrldge Estates. MACHINE $75. Call 496-2226. Itpd. ..962555.2' Itpd.
Icemaker bt-OndlMW. 20 cu.h.r $600 then 15 cents for each word! thereafter
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MH, central air on M acre lot. 2 mile Rent S200 per mo. 473-2O87.: Itpd 8/23 ,C 8/23
also Honda 200 1980, $300. 964-8863. '
from town no pet. S27S month. S100 '' 3SMM PENTEX MI SUPER with 85mm NOTICE
ft pd 8/25 security deposit. 964-7334. Itchg 8/23 CLEAN MOBILI HOMI near Keystone 200m 1 lens. flash and case. $200. Call ,
CEDAR HOME KITS save thousands., Heights, 2 BR. 1 bath on 2 acres. S233 .
after
DUPLEX FOR RENT! 2 I bath 122.124 496-3521 5 p.m. Itpd. 8/25 ,
Take advantage of Canadian prices.Prestige N. Myrtle St. Good neighborhood pr month plus deposit. Cloy County SERVICES TWO HORSES Large six drawer office Classified deadline Is MONDAY 5.
very "
I home P.M., to Thursday publication.
open beam edar 473.2566.8/ZTF prior
nice fenced back yard. daik. Call 4962713. Itchg 8/25
,4OC>-5.000 so. ft. Designed for Florida ,S300 per apartment month and $200 cleaning and 14.62 MOIIIE HOME 2 BR, IVi "'Ih., PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile WASHER $125. Frost-free refrigerator Minimum charge" Is 1 13 words for$3.50,'

condition' 80 model plan book. Price security depolf., Call ...-6184 ,for, ''AC, Keystone Heights/Cloy County.' homo; pools,(decks',:sidewalks, Froatlmatat. $123, Side.by-side refrigerator $200, then 13 cents for each word thereafter.,,

01, list $6.: Linwood Homes Limited. 8250 appt. Itpd .125' .S273 mmonth. 473-7770 3lpd 825.98MISCELLANEOUS .. .Call Rob 473-3590.,, 8/4, freezer $100 new sofa $123 A/C $130. '
River. Road Delia B.C. V4G 185. Toll 'TWO, BEDROOM TRAILER! In country no' tfnchg queen water bed $200, new queen bed THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD

:free 18006632558. fcan children, partially furnished. 782-3942., ROOFING GUTTERING Tear off, haul, $200. .bunk beds $100 double or' twin RESPONSIVE FOR MISTAKES IN
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE: New and or 7.23344.25TFc. away and r..plac.Quality work.' ," bed $75. brass coffee table $75, wicker CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
and Industrial. All makes BEDROOM MOBILE HOME James 'rot' .. suite $500, set of Nortlko .nHJIUPHONE.
used home TWO PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collect, f) Reasonable ) Call Keith, 473-Q768. living room ', .
and model. repaired. Call, 964-8733.,' O. McDonlels, 9648614' or ,9643798.4tchg ble Items and anti""",.. Used furniture, 8/4 Hnchg china $300 bedroom suite $225 Call
./4'" 8/23-9/13 glassware, ,jewelry and much mars, ,,SEWING MACHINES CLEANED ; oiled and 752-1238. llpd., 8/23 MISCELLANEOUS __
SATELLITE SYSTEMS Installed Hrom $693. ITATlIMI'LOYEU. need home close. to Come see for yourself One mil. east adjust| tension In your home Special ""*""
Get HBO Cinemax and more. Formore your work? We have' clean mobile of Keystone Heights' on Highway 100. 1495., 'Repair all brand.. ,Workguaron.OMd. FOR SALE OR RENT JET'S .
Information call' 782-3702 or homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF .473-2183. ./4 tfnchg 473-7862. tfnchg w' 'Shop Jet' for now and used clothing
v 782.3300.1tchg 8/4-23 WALDO VILLAS unfurnished 2 BR CHRISTMAS IN SSPTT t YES I Get an early ACTION LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard; HOUSlln''ro..lcMnc... for the family 265 N.W 7th Ave.Open .
SEVERAL ITEMS 3 section,wine rock CH A. 468-1971 mower, ,THREE BEDROOM
townhouse carpet this edger mower-bagger, : Tues., Thurs., Fri. and Sat, 8/4
start Christmas
stained glass door, glass shelves. ,,, Equal Housing Opportunity/ 3/10 TF Around the.year World by party hosting and a receive atloo.t blower wooding Call 964.2281.'4tchg Tall 4962713. Itchg. 8/23 8/23 _
floor light Make offer. Call Jimmy FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utllltle 8/11.9/1 --
S4O In free merchandise. Call
964-4912 or 964-6223 2tchg 8/18-23 paid. From $37.30 weekly: Magnolia Clynese at 473.7140.7khg 8/25-9/1 CHILD CARS In my homo. Great environment County Line Nursery
LIKE NEW FURNITURE! sofa $133. coffee Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office TF GRAFIS-YOU PICK excellent coro. 473.0645, .
table. $53 end table $50. Delivery THREE BEDROOM. 1 /> "bath clean close Coral Farms Road Florahome.Lilly' Vineyard.Open 7 Itpd 823DOORS' : iTh & LandscapeOwned' "

available. 964-6019 I Itpd ./25 _' to prison. Call 468-1323. 6/9TF a.m.-8 p.m Phone 6592121 Stchg DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING i Operated by David Walnwrlghl {964-63061
CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC.
,ANIMALS & PETS extras, ,reasonable rent. PINES 8/25-9/22 ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call 2V* Mile EosJ of Star<.* OvS In '
Service for all '
LaRuo leveling '
your'
.,. FOR SALE- ..,, 496SR 121, Lake Butler.7.4TF' foundation repairs. Keystone,, Complete Landscaping & D.slgn
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19TPETS
I 1 473.7727.7/9T! "Plant Sal**. Cypr*s Mulch

SHETLAND PONY i WILD MUSTANGS 7/21TF, carpet. Mut see. Call 468-1323. 1978 FORD PICK-UP\ AC, '900 OBO. Irrigation' Design & Installation I
broken, 3 yr*. old .hone and all tack.

.Price before negotiable or Call after Cindy.7 964-5410 4tchg LIKE BR,NEW 1 ba home COMPLETELY, 'new carpeting REMODELED CHBA 2, 1980 473.4177.2khg DATSUN AC 8/23-9/1".000 actual miles, Sodding.. Sprigging A Seeding
noon p.m.
large shaded fenced yard carport with' S170O OBO. 473-4477,1 2tchg 8/23-9/1
8/18-9/8 extra storage. Quiet neighborhood. 1979 NOMAD 28 ft. travel trailer, S3500 IEAGLI 4 WALKER mixed. 6-8 month

THOROUGHBRED, need experienced MARE 12 yr.rider.old. Can'thandle $350 walking distance to school., shopping.: 080.473.4477.2tchg 8/23-9/1 8/25 Free to' good ,, home, 4734618. Itpd

,. ,tack Included. Saddle stirrup needs $325 monthly 625 Plnewood with 1 yr.Dr.,1 lease 964.8073.and FREE to good homo 'with fence 11 Now Leasing '
deposit.
,,
8/23-9/1 ,
repalr.782.3213.2tchg month old Australian Shepherd.AEI
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES shot FURNISHED 8/11TF APARTMENT large rooms thots. Good with children. 473-7620. Forest Park Apartm its
HOMES FOR SALEBY
and wormed 964-8461 Itchg 8/23 8/25 .
Itchg
and bath, hall en
private ,
upstairs
:
,
An 'apartment complex designed for moderate j .
trance. $175. 51. Epperson St. No pets, .. ,
OWNER Club E.tai s.3 : : "
Keystone :
;
BOATS no deposit. 964-2796.2tchg 8/18-23 _? BR. 2 BA concrete block with central LAND SALES Income families. No rental assistance ; ': :.../J' '.
available. Attractive 1 & 2 BR/1 Da apts.. t
furnished
\ THREE BEDROOM mobile home, ({
air 4 .heat, fireplace. Wooded lot. utility \
unfurnished. In good loca COUNTRY SETTING. 3% 1985 refrigerator carpet central heat & air Wi., ,;'
If FT. RINKEN/88 Chrysler Model 1974 or very shed with power. 4 many extras,. acres, DW. range 4. .
with 16 ft. Gator hvy. dty trailer. Run tion. $220 per month '$100 deposit. ,,$39,500.473.2513.4khg 8/11-9/1 Gold Hood area, 3/2 CH/A, cathedral patio and laundry. Free water sewer! &
good. $873. Call Robert 483-1378 after. Coll 964-8704. Itpd 8/23 telling fireplace nlco kit. garbage. Rent $185 $220 mlnlmum.Two
9pm. 2tpd 8/18-29 NEAR GRAHAM In country. large chon/dlshwashor, Deep well partially complete handicapped apartments avail.
V-HUU BOAT 16 ft., no trailer, 40 hp trailer, one 8R, $240 mmonth or $60 'lanced 12X24 storage shad, Sacrifice, informatlon/AppUcatloiu..... '_
Evlnrude. need to be rebuilt. Make offer. weekly plus $130 deposit. Electric air FOR SALE 535.500.4130252.4tchg 8/11 9/1 Forest Park Apartment .775 NE lit Street. Lake ButJ_. Fl 32OM(9O4J
Call\ Jimmy 964-4912 or 964-6223. B heat. 483-1371. Itchg 8/23 __ ( 40S-3430 E.H a.
TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX" unfurnished.
2tchg. 8/18-25 Call 964-8366 after 5 p.m. 8/23 2tpd 9/1 PIANO FOR SALI Wonted Responsibleparty
LOT FOR MOBILE HOME on GrIHIs Loop. to lake on' small monthly .1
AWARD'for
Water and garbage pickup. furnished. payment on piano. See locally. Call 'CASH
9648816. Itpd 8/23 Manager at 618-234-1306 anytlm. of
return '
FURNISHED HOUSE with one I.. clean 3tchg 8/11-23 I LAKE BUTLER flPRRTlTlEnTS
,,1 r QQOQ: ) AC $193 month $100 deposit.; USED ISO AMP :- fuse box $25; mud ,any of the following jewelry
964-7623. Itpd 8/23 .I tire*. $75,26"; bicycle, Ilk. new. $35: | taken Dee 1987 Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom uplts. These ,

TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on Grlffls sewing machine, $75; bathroom mirror (No Question Asked) all-electric: units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have ,

loop carpet, window air large lot cabinet. $33.1-659-2779.Itpd 8/25 ,, walr-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances. On-sIte laundry j
Bracelet .
C1it. 42"cut. Moonstone A Garnet ,
; with Call 468-2374.ltchg 8/23 SEARS 12 HP riding mower tractor
tree
Cold Locket w/Turquolse Stone In facilities Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.: .
8/23-9/1
EXTRA CLEAN BR, IH be. MH onn H $300. 473-4477.; 2tchg .
acre completely furnished; no pets BRASS BED In good condition, $125. Black Center Star Locket Sapphire opens& Pearl For,application and InformationPleas

,( $263 month plu. $100 security deposit., 473-2398. Itchg 8/23 Pendant Set bi Gold.Call964s602 M. us at @
9647S54.25
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME olr. to Return 1005 SW eth Str..t t .

I. V. DURRANCE ref rig,.. stove In pines, prlvotre drive. & Collect Cash Lak. Butler Fl 32054Or ...
quiet prefer ccouple. 3% minute toStarkk. Call 496-3141
.. $173 month. Al Young.
'
PUMP & SUPPLY 964-6918. Itpd 8/23 '"
THREE BEDROOM 2 both house In Lake
... Oaks. WW carpet CUBA kitchen '
Hampton
t\ .Well Drilling furnished $430 monthly 8/23-9/1 plus$250 TRAINTO .1Ifl! :Lending'' Specialist

.. depotlt.. 1.468.1857.2tchg BE A .
,2" to 6". HOUSE FOR RENT IN TOWN $283 permonth ', PROFESSIONALSECRETARY
I Rotary plus $200 depolt. 1-468-1857 Train to be aTRAVEL Farmers'and Dealers Bank in Lake Butler has an excellent,

'l'\\ 'Pumps TAKING 2tchg 8723-9/1 APPLICATIONS on',3 .BR. tM SEC./RECEPTIONIST1 C> AGENT :opportunity a person with experience in processing loans,

bath trailer Section 8 Rental TOUR GUIDE <\ and who has strong secretarial skills.
Assistance Available.468-2619.8/2STF EXEC. SECRETARY'start AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
All size*

locally full time/part time. 'You will prepare loan notes. and supporting documents for a
word and related!
e Learn secretarial *Vllla.proceMlng Home study and | Start locally bYe airline full time/part time.. wide variety of loan types and meet with clients to complete;
Tram computer
on
) headquarter resident training.. Pompano National Bach FL,, Home study sal Resident training 'and sign loan agreements. The position also includes maintaining -

T.H.E.Apartments. .nKAKCtALAlDAVAIlABI.E !.,!atJt- dqn. Pompano Bch. PL accounting records and various document files The

*JOB PLACEMENT: ASSISTANCE mVANCIAt Am AVAILABUB:' Loan Specialist also prepares a variety of reports,correspon'

,VISIT OUR SHOWROOM 14004339004tm e JOB PLACEMENT' ASSISTANCE dente and financial calculations.,
SCHOOL I
HART
I A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL,
For Your Plumbing Parts ((922 _E. Brownlee St. 1 t tI I WT. of A.C.T. Corp.
Accredited Member 1 8OO 432 3OO4 ,The successful candidate will have the equivalent of a High

: '964-7061 ,,2 & 3 BRs Available NHSC School diploma (college training preferred),dictation skills,

I (Accredited Mfmbfr NHSC) ,ability to type 50 cwpm, experience working on computers
864 N. Temple Av.;, Stark"' Low Income and ,,, ..
personality.
a friendly
'Ii i Housing
a=J

i Nights ft Weekend 964-7133t0'-' J This position is accompanied by a: competitive salary, health

_. 964-7578 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop Insurance benefits,pension program,paid vacation.and other ''',

., -- '.' -- -: insurance Collision Work Free Estimates benefits. Interested persons should come by our office for an'

' CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133 application and to arrange interview appointment. Farmers -

and Dealers Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

:J' Elixson Wood Products, Inc..

_

" ; Mulch Pine Bark (FOR ,SALE ,-
; : : Cypress ....
: ,, Fill Dirt Top ,5011'Large' \
We Deliver ,
'( You Pick Up or, : -
Llmerock
r orSiliall Loads of
395 West Main Street/Post Office Box 358

i We Also Have.Red Heart Cypress Lumber Tractor Work. Backhoe Bulldozer Lake Butler Florida 32054


964-6649 : ':'964-6182 964-582 .' 964-6095 ., Telephone (904) 4962101'Auau.t25.DM5

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PugelOB TKLECRAPH.TIMRS&MOMTOR..HSFCTIOY: Auguet2sl..e
__ L

Special Hunt Open To 1 Free Lunch I

I r Starke Area Ads 1 MobilityImpairedFor PolicyThe
the second year in a row, the '
Fla. Game and Fresh Water Fish Bradford County School' 8)) Social Security numbers of all

... Commission will hold a special hunting Board has announced iU policy for ,household members 21 yean old or'
season during which only free and reduced price meals for ,,older or the word "NONE" for any
mobility-impaired persons may par children unable to pay the full price household member who does not
PERSONAL SERVICES HOMES HELP WANTED ticipate. of meals served under the National) have a Social Security number; and
FOR SALE The season is scheduled for Nov. School Lunch and School Breakfast 4) the, signature of an ,adult
WANT TO DRINK NEED SUMMER INCOME Or Full-tima 44 on Three Lakes Wildlife Manage- Programs. household member THAT YOUR BUSINESS: ) lob? Cell Teresa for Information' Sail ment Area (WMA), in central f The Bradford County School the information provided is correct.
WANT TO STOP COUNTRY LIVING) Easy accost to Jax. Avon hxtey. 96 03.1/ .25 Florida. Board administrative office has a Households that list income information "
'
THAT OURS I Immoculato brick 2 BR. 2 bath, LR, NEED A riAl cr PART TIME JOB try "We hope, that copy of the policy which may be and receive meal benefits
Alcoholic Anonymous donI dining combination 2 hugo pore AVON) For morn Information, call hunt in a more cycondlluctt reviewed by any Interested party. must report to the, school any
,u.. 150.r 4-20OO cha*. FP 2400 ..f., 2 cor garage; :Ramona 7823068. .4tchg 1/ .2' area, more people will participate" The following household size and decreases in household size and any
pd thru'' 9/29 separate bldg. for office or business TRAIL MOTU/RIST AUllANT In Lawtoy said Frank Smith chief of the income criteria 'will, be used for increase In Income of over $30! per
CHAIN estimotes LINK. HANDY-MAN FENCE Installed FENCE Fro, 616 s.k: 5 acres cleared and 7823590.land application or* being taken for additional wildlife management bureau in the determining eligibility;. 'Children month or $600 per year. Households
CO., scaped. $125.000 by owner
Ownor Tommy Reddish. 964-8539 TF Itchg 8/25 help, for sour fall and winterseason. Commission's Division of Wildlife. from families whose income is at or that list a food stamp or AFDC case
HOME REPAIR pointing; rooting now' TWO BEDROOM ,HOME needs repair Various petition open for "Lait year we held a similar hunt below the levels shown are eligiblefor number must report to the school
and tear off. Additions, romodallng. low down to qualified buyer Need to restaurant and housekeepers for with room for 50 people on Joe Budd free or reduced price meals. when food stamp or AFDC is no
Thomas E. lia Construction oHtca ''establish monthly income. $12,0000. motal. Apply In person only no phone WMA near Tallahassee but only 25 Application forma are being sent longer received.. Farmers self-
9M-28SJ lame 431.1675.7/7TF 904,372-6881. 8tpd 8/11.9/29 caU.2tchg: e/ia-25 could make the trip." to all homes with a letter to parents employed and seasonal workers who
,LAWN SERVICE rotldontlal and com TWO BEDROOM frame home, l' bath HIRINOI Government. Call lobe In your onto.t1S.000.iM.000. Smith said 150 persons will be or guardians. To apply for free or''' have fluctuating Incomes should
morclal! Landscaping tree romoval. ((602)) 838-8889 allowed to reduced households' report the expected in-
needs repair 3/4 acre: In city. $18,500 3499. participate in this year's price meals monthly
lawns vacuumed. No lob .too big. or ",,(lollabl... 964.5317.,2Ipd11.25, ''IXPER1ENCIO ext. atpd CARPET 8/18-25 HELPER NEEDED hunt. Applicants will be screened for should fill out the application and come. Monthly Income can be deter-
small. Free estimator. 964-4238, 2/4TF THREE BEDROOM MOUSE for sale' -to be Call 7823836. Call early morning or. eligibility and selected by random return it to the school. Additional mined by the following: "
mako and
SEWING' MACHINES_ AII
moved to lot Call Thomas House available at the -If you receive the income everyweek.
models cliannd and ollod and od-: your late evening. Itpd 8/25 drawing. Applications are available copies are .
Movers, 732-3825. Itpd 8/25 offices of office in each school.The multiply the total gross Income
(justod SIS,00. 19 yoar*.oxparlanca. FAT LOCKER lose weight foifor.Modlcol at regional the Commis. principal's '
All work guorantood. Hwy 233 S 16 BEST SAILING IN GAINESVILLEMELROSIAREAi study reveals 86% greater lion and must be returned by Aug. Information provided on the application by 4.33.
'(Morgan Rd.) Call, 964.8733 for house protected canal Lake Santa Fe ,weight loss, 78% 'greater Inch lot, 19. Only mobility-impaired persons will be used for the purpose of -If you receive the income every 2
calls 8.TFIIEMODELlNG.oddltlon.. 2 nice.homes, must sell I Only $97OOQ Doctor rocomimndad rye lost .49 Ibt. will be allowed to participate."This determining eligibility and may be weeks, multiply ,the,total gross Income .
., painting rootIng 'far both. United Realty of Starke, Guaranteed Representatives noodod hunt is restricted to those verified at any time during the by 2.IS.
work Lie. No. 0034596 ,Phono. 964.8447.3tchg. 8/23-9/8 303-238-9138. Icon who are permanently confined to a school year by school or other program -If you receive the Income twice a
964.7802.8/4TF. THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath cathedral cell- STORE MANAGERS, ASST. MANAGERS wheelchair, require specialized officials month multiply the total gross in-
NEW STORE IN STAMKEI Full !line! of major Ing family room CHI ai', fireplace: SALES /MANAGERS SunthlnJr. Food equipment such as walkers or crutches Households that receive Food corned by 2.Application.
nice neighborhood: near schools, 3/4 Stores Inc., national leader "Aid Families be submitted at
appliance part In-homo sorvlcoavailable. a In thconv to walk or are complete single- Stamps or AFDC to may
Ed s Rocondltlonod. Ap- acre; asking 62000. Call 9642250. nl ne:* store Industry hot store Smith said "Each with Dependent Children", are required any time during the year.
leg amputees,
pilon."..,310 E.Call St.,964-2966.4tpd Itpd 8/25 manager, assistant manager and toloottoclgtv be to list on the application wily Under the provisions of the free
hunter must
BRICK HOMEt CH4A 1 acre lot, 'large accompanied by one
available
for
8/p.9/1"| petition the child's name and food stamp or and reduced price policy the principal
fenced backyard: workshop. 3 BR, 2 qualified applicant W.offer Flexible able-bodied person who may participate
WILL DO TREE WORK non too big or too : AFDC case number,printed name of of each school or blather
small. Coll Joo Podgott, 964.4811.2tpd. bath. donn with. fireplace: 57000. full or port-tlmo tcKodullng. Company in a non-hunting capacity. adult household member and designee will review applications
964 8495 or 964 5032.. 2tpd 8/25-9/1 Anyone who accompanies a hunter ,
8/18.25 training program, excellent starting If
signature of adult household and determine eligibility. parent
NEED INTERIOR PAINTING or small ox. pay bawd on experience and duca-: will be exempt from all license, is dissatisfied with the
member.
tenor cloan. professional, work. 10 tlon:mtlramont modkol-llf and permit requirements." or guardian
job program; stamp ,
For the school officials to deter ruling of the officials he may wish to
Call
oxporionco Free estimates dliablllty Insurance, advancement Smith said mobility-impaired
yr opportunity persons
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE mine eligibility, all other households discuss the decision with the deter-
964-4310 after 5 p.m. 2tchg 8/18-2 and More Experience applying for the hunt also may
PECAN SERVICES, machine: harvesting, desired but not nocmtary.Apply today request to be included In a random must provide the following informa- mining official on an informal basis.
i cracking shalllng and orchard at your local Sunshine>Jr. Food: Storm, ,,drawing for' a limited number of tion listed on the application: U the parent wishes to make a for.
malntananco. Alto custom tractor services h corner Hwy 24. North annd Dole' St., antlerless deer 1) the total monthly household in mal appeal, he may make request
available. 9643210. 8/25 2tpd .4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE, Bradford: County Waldo. Fl. 3tchg 8/25-9/8 information permits. 'come must be listed by the amount either orally or in writing to Dolores
Additional about the
9/1 for tat... Good for any retail liquor ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS, all path received by each household member Morgan,Bradford County Food Ser-
CHILD CARET moth,, of 3 will babysit business, I.0_ package store, lounge, tlont, ladles retail! out''*'. Plat and hunt about. disability exemptions for receiving income and the type of in- vice Director 582 North Temple'
your child any ago; for morn information restaurant bar, motel, fraternal resume to: lady': Retail/ Outlet, P. O. license stamp and permit /re/ come it 5 (such as wages child sup Avenue, Starke FL 32091 or call
call 4963194. 2tchg 8/23-9/1 lodge. No food: sales required Brokers Drawer A, Stark. Fl 32091. 2tchg quirements available at any of- port, eta.) 964-6800, for a hearing to appeal the
BULLDOZER WORKS $40 per hour. protected Call George 813-786-4222. 8/25-9/1 fice of the Commission.SADDLES 2) names of all household decision. The policy contains an
7823306. If no answer, 782.3954, leave pd 10/13 EASY WORK EXCELLENT PAY I Assemble members. ; outline of the hearing procedure. ,
'name and number, 8/25TF FOR RENT Office space or retail sale product at horn*. Call for Information .
area Downtown Stark.. $300 ,
ostablishodonorgotlc
OU5ECLE..NINGw..11 per .
S04-e4l-8003. ant. A-9S79. 8/25 'Ii
couple. wish to"Doublotoam":S, months Coll 964.6305; John. TF 4tpd 9/19 Florida Incom., Eligibility Guidelines
your house Reasonable rotes Call FOR LEASE) 1250 sq ft, 301 South, across: .
CRUISE SHIPS I Now hiring! Summer and For Free and
from new KOA/Wolmort. Also 2000
533.2557. Itchg 8/25 sq career opportunltl Excellent
,CHILD CARE IN MY HOMEt workdays, ft for lease. Call 9648848. 96-4.8<<7. or World Trawl., Call (refundable pay.) Reduced Prlc. Meals

w,>,>kond.. Maals S. snacks: provided.Call OFFICE evenings SPACE 4733627.500 8/4TF. ft for rent' t-5 18. 59-353',, oxt.. P3377., 3tpd. Effective from July,1, WS .Jun. 30. 1919 I
964-72O3 after 4 p.m. Itchg 8/25 sq. on 8/29-9/8
WILL BABYSIT In my homo, any hours,; Hwy 301. Starke. Apply at Dun-once WANTED-MATURI RESPONSIBLE PERSON AND TACK Free MobHousehold
9643133., Itpd 8/25 Pump Supply, 96.7061.825TFt fat offllc. and clerical work. Ex-;' NEW LOCATION ',; Sli.'' Yr. onth' ''Wk
I
t porlvnc hilpful. Sand resume lot Of.., ISEW.USED.RECONDITIONED ,,\ ., 1", 'I. I 7,501 626 145
fits Clerical, Work. P.O. Drawer A. .
Ed's Appliance Sales & Service Stork. Fl. 32091. Itchg 8/25 SADDLES 2' '10.CU9' 13. 194
FULL TIME SICRETARY/ROOKKEEPER! TACK REPAIRS ON .. ,' ,,3 12.597 10$0; 243:
'
Full tine of computer experience raqulrad. Mollratuma ,'
Appliance Parts to: Starka/BrocHord Chamber. SADDLE ,15,145 1.263 292 ,

Same Day Service, Most Cases ol Commerce. P.O. Box 576 Stork, Fl. AND HARNESS ;"4i: 17.693 1"75 341'

310 E1 Call St.'<. Starke 964-2966, PROFESSIONAL 32091. Itchg: 8/25 DRIVER with claon SPECIAL ORDERS ('' ':; : '20,2"1 1,617 '390
:
record age 26-50 experience pulling 1460 -A S. WALNUT' '''I.;;,. .7" 22.719 .1.900 439. '.

flatbed.475-2175.Reply Itcllg 8/25.468-1789. or evenings .US 301 S. ACROSS ," "Pi.: :;' : 2S,33 2.112 ,4..: '

WATSON REALTY CORPORATION I I. KOA [\" :'.> For each additional
now FROM NEW ,
.. .
Sto Managers, Asst. Managers, 'Interviewing for RE Aoclott. For CLOSED MONDAYS, .j.'; family'm.mb.r add 2,sa 213 49
"
((@JR.D ,
more Information or a confidential: interview '" ',' '"
Sales Managers ,, please call: Dean, Weaver> -
I 473.1653.6/23TF Reduced Price Meals .

Sunshine Jr. Food Store ., Household SIze,: Yr Vr. Wk
Is Currently Looking. 'I .
Suiublne -'Jr.Food Store, Inc., a national leader In the convenience '' ''I.Y..j/.l'! .' 10,675"t .90 .06'
:
'. ;, Y. CandidatesFor "' ")" ;\ \ 'i""r' : ':
store. Industry. lies More manager, assistant manager and vale 1JJP For Management \ 2" ,, 1",3Of"'" 1.192; 276"I
'
anoclate position.available for qualified applicant Their ( '' I ',3''
We offer Flexible full or part time scheduling Company Training Management Training! Program ,4'', 21,553 1.7971'0 .15
.
Program Exellent Starting Pay based on experience and education; "' ." 5' ( : 25.179 2.099 "IS '
Retirement Program; Medical -Life Dl ahlllty..urancet '", : '. '' '
6. 21.105 201 554
Advancement opportunity and More!! Five Days,,50 Hft Work-week, Two 7 32.431 2.703 62.
Experience desired but not necessary. Apply todayat .
8 36,051' 694.
your local Sunshine-Jr. Store, Corner Hwy. 24 |North and Cole St. Week Vacation ,3,005 .

II R.JI Waldo t1. All Major Medical & Dental Benefits' family For ach member additional add 3,626 303 ,, .70 ,_

few the benefits offered ', ;> .... '{ ''I' ','
of
are just a .,........ ,, ," ', ,"

Wendy's.' Wendy's also offers

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS excellent opportunity for .


'Now Accepting Applications for advancement ,,

2 &,,3 BR Apartments Starting' at $195. Call! or Send Resume To: ,

'S Attn. Leslie Smith

CHI' 'Fully\Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready \N r\O '' 7761 Bayberry Road m JANE S. USHEI

1530 W. Madison Street'' EQUAL Jacksonville F l 32256

Starke 964-6312' I t HOUSING Your Union County Realtor
L.J OPPORTUNITY '
;- Mon Fri 9-5PM 496-2126. or' 496-2903

.. What Do You Look' For When You're j .360 W,' Main' St.. Lake Butler '

;,Shopping for the Perfect Home? .
Men'or Women .37 ACM FARM.. Walk right In and start farming. Comas with two tractor .
*, bush 1 hog, plantar, harrow .tc. Hat born stacked: fish pond. ALSO
E" Spacious Lot Size? ((125 x 250'
Earn $5.00, : Per Ilour. and More!! ) three bedroom homo with double car garage, completely lurnlitvtd. Property
5 Includes woods: several pasture, crop land. fenced and cross lane
Convenient Location? (near schools, churches,
1. Sewing Machine Operators or Trainees, come In and see us, ltd.
shopping facilities) '
we'll show you how to do it.. ACREAGE..Ono to seven acre for sale. One mils from Worthington Spr-
2.We'll show you video film of how'it's done. a Nice Neighborhood? (friendly 'quiet, no. thru-traffic) Ings.wooded.:Within OwnerBroker.NEW fly. hundred. leaf of Santo F. River' Owner financed: potlally

3.We'll give you incentives and bonuses to help you make it while I' Sidewalks and Street Lights '(.for walking,jogging, HOMI ON TWO ACRES..Never. occupied, owner transferred out of

you're learning. bike-rlding). state. Need carpet and wallpaper to complete.OWNER MUST SEll-MAKE

4; Steady work no style changes, no'seasons. no'layoffs In five "" Paved Driveway? (This can be an unexpected expense) OFFER' Some financing available.ONI .
years. -. ACRf..Lot available/ outside city limit of Lake Butler.; Owner will/
Your Shopping Can Be Over'' finance. Deed restriction new construction only
If You Qualify;after 13: weeks we'll give you a bonus of'.$100.. ', WORTHINGTON SPRINC.Lavely' mobile home on residential- lot. Has

Alter 26 weeks,'we'll give you another $100. LONGCtlAMPHOMES large dock and extra large screened' In side porch.: Call/ for appt.. to*ee'today -

Our office will be open 7 a.m. 3.30: p.m. for. applications has a now model available In I
Call for Additional Information
'and Interview appointments. Deerwood'Subdivision On The*.Or Any Other Typo of I rSroporty

Starke Uniform Manufacturing on'US 301S 'which has all these feature and many more... n You Are,Intweitod In listing or telling '

Virtually maintenance free, Stalnmaster carpeting Deluxe ,JANE S. USHER Realtor

441,, E. Brownlee St., Starke, Fl. appliances...You'll have to .see It to appreciate it. Call today 360 W. Main St., Lak. Butl.r, Flax l|

W. have good "'n.flt.:paid holiday, paid vacation,'medIcal for details,,or a viewing appointment. ,496-2126 or ""-2903 ove s ;

covorago. atfondanco bonus... 964-6853,or 064-8202 evenings

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JANE S. USHER, Realtor
UNITED REALTY FACTORvtRAiNEO
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:C- of Starke CERTIFIED 496-2126 or 4962903.eves

John E. Curies Broker CONTRACTOR .

US 301 1 South''Starke. Fla,'.'964-8447 e Home 473-3627 AVAILABLE I -


WE DO RADIATORSPECIALISTS
SOUTHPOINT PLAZA fiiii
UNITED REALTY
I ALt TYPES

Now Leasing! is proud to announce AUTO Cw Truck Tractor

... 2000>> .'.f., 1250 a.f., 1000 ".l. two.very powerful additions 1:AUTO.HEADQUAimxS AIM COMMnONlNC VOR MX HEEDS VOWI REPAIRS! CLEAN REPAIR New B.rtaeaE RECORff

Across From New KOA & Walmart to its sales force:

Contact United Realty Claire Chlappinl-Home -475-2021 STARKE RADIATOR & TRANSMISSION. INC.

I 964-8447 days Nick Chlappinl Home-475-1032

r: 473.3627eves Fred Sackett-Home-964-8447 ''M-F8-5; 964-6810 .

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1 fo N for'"We arc excited about the building' building contractor. We anticipatethe church are now at the highest pointin
the present congregation and to beginning of the actual con- the history of the church,
provide for the, "'
continuing growth struction very soon. according to Pastor Bryant with a
/ and expansion of the church," Pastor ''The 1st baptist Church of Starke record 1046 enrolled in Sunday
_''''rI 3 Bryant said. The' church construction was established on the corner of morning Bible study programs with
f committee is in the (final Clark, and Jefferson Streets in 64 classes. The church has seven'
steps of planning for the new' downtown Starkc In 1877 choirs, an orchestra two handbell
building with the,architect: and the The levels in
I -..-.... membership the choirs and two vocal ensembles.
The Future...
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Obituaries., .. Starke 964-5451

Raymond Wayne Funeral Interment Chapel.by J. Henry Stuhr?Inc Open Euery NightWoodhatpJr. !

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Card of Thanks 2.00 SPECIAL
Raymond Wayne Woodham' Jr,'
newborn born-died on' Friday, Perhaps you sent a lovely card or .&Sun.:5:00 Showing -- .
:August survived 12,1988 in Charleston 1 ,SC He sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you LL Tuesday Showing 1.ITS TIME TO REDUCE YOUR SCHOOL TAXES.Your school taxes were higher last year
Is by his parents, Raymond sent a funeral spray if so we saw it than they have been In over 9 yean. '
Wayne and Laura Jean Woodham, there.Perhaps you spoke the kindest Starts Friday, Aug.26 2.FTS TIME TO CHANGE THE HIGH SCHOOL DROP-OUT RATE AT BRADFORD HIGH
one sister, Rachel Lauren and ..
_ brother; Andrew Wayne, all one otGoosecreek words Perhaps as you any were friend not there could at say all; ." .J:. _.J SCHOOL.Bradford High School'graduates only 2/3' of the students who enter in the 9th
,SC just thought of us that day whatever wno 7 Tilt!mq grade.
MaternalgrandparentsareMr.and you did to console our hearts, We [ 3.IT'S TIME TO CHANGE LOW STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR
Mrs. Raymond Cello of Stoneybrook. thank you so much whatever the J R OG L f OlB'1)' ACTIVITIES. Only a small percentage of our students are participating in student activities
Long Island, NY, paternal grand- part. .7 (clubs band.chorus sports)
mother is Mrs. Thomas E. Woodham' The Family of '1"1 4,IT S TIME TO CHANGE ACCREDITED SCHOOLS.Bradford High School is the only
of Starke. CoreyHardenbrook I SCREEN TWO I accredited school the county. '
Chuck Norris In 5.ITS TIME TO CHANGE OUR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. Some students arrive at''
school 45 minutes before the start of the student day and some students living as close as 5
THE HERO AND miles to school must catch the bus over one hour before the start of the school day.

fif FOOD' STORES THE TERRORRated ,Elect a man who has 21 years of educational experience;5 of

: I R those years as Assistant Superintendent ofFiagler,County'

301 DRIVE-HI Schools. ,
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Starke 964-7484 changes for the students ,and residents Bradford County.
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addressed.',These'concerns reflect on the future of our children,

grandchildren nieces, nephews and cousins. fjj// "
,TEST SCORES:Have,never:been higher But let's give credit
where credit is due.,To the dedicated teachers, loving and caring

parents, and most of all to the children;your children,:who put'forth' ""I

the effort to do good on these tests. '
DROPOUT RATES:This is a major concern to the parents, '
teachers and the community as a whole.A solution, this problem' 71$ J1 'I ( h
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'can be resolved if we:all'work.together for a common'goal: "Our r

Children".,
TAXESTaxes, are"high.:My goal is to see that our tax dollars are'
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spent wisely. I'pay high taxes,in Bradford County, I certainly,do not, f

want another increase.,

,DRUGS: This is a problem everywhere, but we, as,Bradford

County.citizens, are concerned about what it is doing to our ,
Education mall schools. We also _...
''children. I strongly support Drug ,
need to reach outside the schools to educate people about' drugs. YOUR HOUSE TO SEARS

Community sharing,in the making of major decisions concerning

,education is desirable because changes prove more durable,if they, 'FREE ESTIMATES,TO QUALIFIED BUYERS
are understood and supported by the public. Those,who are affected' ,

by policies should share'in'their development.We "
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Mrs Alice Browning and was a member of Shady Grove tiist Church with Rev. Ennis Harperand Lauren one'' brother' Andrew :whatever the part.The your presence meant so much to us.,
Baptist Church. Rev. Eddie Blalock officiating. Wayne, all of Goosecreek, S.C. family of Gloving od has been so good to give us such
Mrs.Alice Marie Browning 58, of Survivors include his wife. leva Burial was In Phillip Cemetery in, maternal grandparents, ,Mr. and Corey Hardenbrook friends.
Lawtey,died Friday afternoon,Aug. Rosier. Live Oak; IhrwMtuiKhlerH Columbia County under the direction Mrs.Raymond Cello of Stoneybrook, We offer a special thank you to the
19 at the! Alachua General Hospital Cathy L"Marlin mid l J"UI'III, Hotkey, of Archer Funeral Home of Long Island, N.Y.; paternal grand- Card of Thanks ones who came In and cooked and
following a brief illness. both of Live Oak and Doris L. Davisof Lake Butler. mother, Mrs. Thomas E. Woodhamof The family of Catherine Smith went out of their way to make things
Born and raised in Stafford, Va., Okeechobee; three sisters, Starke. wish to our appreciation for so much easier for us.We also would
express
Mrs. Browning was the daughter, of Pauline Hamilton and Mary Bostick Darrell Williams Interment was handled by J. everything done for us at the time of, like to thank the Archer Funeral:
the late William Kelly and Myrtle of Vero Beach and Juanita Glover of Mr. Darrell Leon Williams 72, of Henry Stuhr, Inc.,Funeral Chapel. her death. A special thanks to Mr Home for their love comfort and.
Boswell Simpson. She was a Ft.'Pierce\seven grandchildren and Starke, died ,Sunday; Aug. 21 In Ray Norman for the lovely music help.May God Bless each of you.Love
homemaker and member of Grace' in Jesus,
eight great-grandchildren. and Rev. Cooper for the nice ser
'North Fla. Regional Medical Centerof
United Methodist Church of James Zacharias Emma Tanner Family
Lawtey. Funeral services were held Aug: Gainesville, following extended vices. The Archie Tanner Funeral *
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Survivors Include her husband :24 ,in the Shady Grove Baptist Illness. Mr. D.A. (James) Zacharias 66 Home was there for our every need. *
Williard Browning of Starke; four Church of Live Oak with Rev. Lewis Born Jan 22, 1915 )In Nashville, died at his home Aug. 17 in Biloxi All of us will miss her,but she will be Card of Thanks
daughters, Mrs. Lou Ellen Wilkcr Berry Rev.David Hingson and Rev. Miss.,after an extended illness. well remembered. '
and Tenn., Mr.Williams moved to White Perhaps sent a lovely card or
Elizabeth Norman
son Mary you
Mr.Zacharias and
Bill Ferguson officiating. Intermentwas was a Baptist a Harold Smith Family'
both of Lawtey Mrs. Betsy Lee Dun Springs six years ago from Miami, veteran of World if. He sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you
War
in the church cemetery under was Arne Kloster FamilyMr.
of San then to Stance 18 months ago. Mr. sent a floral piece, if so we saw it
man Antonio Tx., and Mrs, ,
the direction of Daniels Funeral retired' from ,the restaurant .&Mrs.Alonzo Talley '
Jimmie Dean Jolly of Jacksonville Williams was a Baptist arjd! a retired there.Perhaps you spoke the kindest
; business.
Home of Live Oak. Uicl from the,Holiday Inn Hotels in
friend could say.
Skidmore'of words as
a sister, Mrs. Nettie Mae include any
Survivors his wife,
Miami, and a veteran of World WarII there at all,
Garrisonville Va.; one brother, '' Card of Thanks Perhaps you were not
!Mrs Emma Roberts Tanner Vergle; 'daughters Lynda
U.Sj .
that day.
Army.Survivors just of
William Simpson of Culpepper, Va.; Schonewitz of Biloxi and Karen thought us
twelve grandchildren and three' Mrs. Emma AI Roberts Tanner, Include two daughters! of Crestview Fla. Words are Inadequate to express whatever you did to console our x,
greatgrandchildren.Funeral 91, of Providence, died Friday at N. Laura Sue Crain of Louisiana andLill Lloyd ; two sons, how we all feel at this time of the loss hearts, we thank you so much
services were held Tues- Fla. Regional Hospital after a brief( lann Lorane Workman of Sheron. Andrew of Biloxi and Jimmy of of our loved one The love that all of whatever the part, '
Hay: Aug. "23 at the First Baptist illness! Tenn.; a son, Darrell Edward Crestview; seven stepchildren nine you expressed through the prayers, The Family of the late Thomas U.
Church of Lawtey, with Rev Born in Columbia County, Mrs, Williams ''of Mt. Julp, Tenn.; a grandchildren and a number of step- food flowers and Just.. the comfort Lamb.
McNeil Burial Tanner had lived most of her life in brother Rev. Ray Williams, Sr. of grandchildren;two sisters,Beatrice -
(Grayson officiating. Inman of Dahlonega, Ga., and Zoe
and four Sisters,
was in Long Branch Cemetery with the Providence community was Hampton; Margaret
Archie Tanner a member of the Providence Village Clements of Nashville,Tenn.,Dallas .Pack of Jacksonville. r
Funeral" Home of
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Funeral held In the
services were
Baptist Church.. Herr of Chicago, Hazel Doremmusof Bradford'
Starke In charge of arrangements. .
Chapel of Bradford Q'Keefe Funeral i
Survivors include two daughters Chattanooga and Marie Doremus,
Hendersonville\ Home on Monday in Biloxi with interment -
of Providence anti of
Bernard B, Hosier l-enora Graham ,Tenn. Chiropractic Center
in the Biloxi National
Geneva Griner of River held
Crystal ; a Funeral serviices were Aug. '
'Mr. Bernard B. Rosier! 68,of Live son, Harold Tanner of Jacksonville;; 23 in DeWitt'"C. Jones Chapel) of ,Cemetery. Starke Office S I
Suwannee Oak, tiled Sunday, Aug. 22, 'in the. 9, grandchildren, 22 great Starke with Rev. Ray Williams,Sr., 218 S.Walnut St.
Hospital. grandchildren ,and 9. great-great officiating. Burial was in Crosby ,Card of Thanks
Born in Lawtey, Mr. Rosier lived grandchildren. Lake Cemetery under the direction' 'Next to the Chamber of Commerce
,in Live Oak Perhaps sent a lovely card
for eight years and was Funeral services were held Sun of Jones Funeral Home of STarke you ,or '
employed by City Cab of,Live, Oak, day in the Providence Village Bap- 'sat quietly in a chair. 964-4957
Raymond Woodham Jr. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, .
if so we saw it there.
Master Raymond Wayne Perhaps spoke the kindest '
Woodham Jr., newborn, died Fri--. you _PAIN CONTROLHeadaches
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as friend could
Armed day, Aug. 12 in Charleston, S.c. '' any say; 'yH
Perhaps you were not there at all,
Survivors include hi:; parents ,Just, thought of us that day Neck &Arm
Forces. annd Laura Jean
.. Raymmond Wayne Whatever you did to console our Mid Back
Woodham; one sister. Rachel heart .. We thank '
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'lJ ." "We are going! to be young.but\ we Machine', to be followed by Billy
'" have a lot of experience coming Joel's 'Root Beer Rag" and Irving
back,"states Ball. "We will be over Berlin's 'Alexander's Ragtime
l 100 strong on the field.This band has Band' and will close with''If I Loved
Gamp -- a great potential even though we are You' ,fronuRodgers and Hammers--
& I'-.i young.This is going to be an exlclngt tein's Carousel.
From page 78 }"-.o year for our directors, our band Besides performing at halftone at
Jennings.Chaperones. .IE.-. ;:m '" '0 members and for the community." the Bradford ,varsity games, the
''" The band will be marching in new band will take part in the Palatka
week who stayed for the entire .. .. uniforms this fall. "We greatly ap- Azalea Festival October 15, the Northeast -
were Louise preciate the support of the school Marching Contest at Forrest
James Lichtenberger Carter., Cheryl Moss, and .IIiIIiJ.I".,--- board,the community and our band High School in Jacksonville October
Several other parents parernts in helping us get these 29,the Sunbelt Marching Champion
spent one
and Amanda or more nights. Besse Lee iharp looking uniforms" declares ship at Moultrie Georgia November
Chandler spent their = Ball: 12, and the Florida Bandmasters
days group.It .preparing the meals for the ... : 1L The marching program will open Association Festival at the University
with Mark Tavlnr's 'Scream of Florida on Novembver 19.
took three school buses, a .
'V-Haul tnicktoe band equipment :; : -
trailer, several cars and trucks ; ,
to transport all the students Instructors '
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Chaperones, luggage and cooks food to the Instruments ,., f.jJ. The Republican Party and George

camp. Bush have;tried to'give a false
The 1988 Spirit of Bradford Mar-
ching Band will be led by two drum, 'impression as 'to Michael Dukakas! ,

majors, Kim Fillyaw and Sherry :veto'of the bill The Pledge of
Bus. Head majorette is Noy V i- ., ,on ,
Srtvibul. Sheila Tew is the captainof .Allegtenceto'the'FIag., There is
the jazz dancers while Renee Mc- '- -

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