Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01827
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01827
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September Last quarter moon, Saturday September 3; New Moon Sunday. Cla..lllad Ad.. . . 10-tJS 109th Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Worth Ming Heavy Turnout ..

Head Start... '

Head Start is open and accepting For '
applications for children 35. Expected
For information Call
more : 1 i .
964-8342 or come to 1080 N. Pine St., ) a 4 C .
Starke, 7:30: a.m.-3:30: p.m. u .
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Quarterback Club... r Tuesday Vote :

Starke Gator Quarterback Club .r Yom'b b i iv
will meet Thursday, September 1 at t + "
the Starke Golf and Country Club. .
The social hour begins at 6:30: p.m., by Joe GissyBCT Harriett Holtzendorf is opposing Pat
followed by a covered dish supperat Staff WriterSupervisor Welty for State Committeewoman.The .
7 p.m. ia- of Elections Neva
The speaker will be Tim Cassidy. Flynn predicts a high turnout.of Democrat'Races...
recruiting coordinator for the voters for the Tuesday. Sept. 6. Because 'of the single member'
University of Florida. .1- primary elections "between 75 and districting in Bradford County
,New members are welcome. 80 percent." she says, with all the seven ballots are needed for the ,

courthouse officials. up for re- Democratic 'Primary Sample '.
... election. ballots are shown in The,Telegraph
Democratic and Republican can- Only two courthouse officials this week on page 8A. .,
didates will have an opportunity to f Mrs. Flynn and Property Appraiser All)national state and county wide'
at an All-Party Political '. ", Jimmy Alvarez are unopposed.The offices are on all) ballots. County ,I
Forum, sponsored by the BradfordEducation ',,''i polls open at 7 a.m.'and close commissioners and school board ';
Association (BEA) at '- ,.>,: .,// : 'at 7 p.m. members,, who are elected ''in the "
the Starke Woman's Club and set >' .' 8,226 registered Bradford County district .they represent, will be on ',I
Thursday, Sept. 1. ;;; ::;;: :; voters are eligible to vote for the ballots designed for only their "
Speaking will be from 6 to 9 p.m. ,qI11111/; )' ); ; I : tatY candidates of their choice.There are district. ,!

Light refreshments will be served., _____ / .... ,1llIliij'/l//II/ ,,,, .7,115 registered Democrats, 952 '
.. Republicans, and 159 registered as, U. S. Senate...'

Bradford Band... Pursuing School Skippers... ;: Independent or Other.. One ..national ''contest is" -on all
The Primary elections' are, in' '
ballots. Six candidates for'
are vying
The monthly meeting of the' Dr. Steve Miller, director of computer services, Is' XT computers. Attendance personnel'at BUS are Mrs.' reality a 'nominating processwhereby the Senate seat being vacated
Bradford Band Boosters will be training Bradford High School attendance personnel to Imogene Redding, in back; Unda Robinson, silting at each party selects the most Lawton Chiles; Patricia (Pat by)
run the computerized telephone calling IBM'computer terminal, and Assistant Principal John Ar- popular candidate to be
held Thursday, September !? at system on placed on Frank, Bill Gunter, Claude Kirk,
730; p.m., in the band room..' I ther. Reddish at right.. the ballot in the November General' Buddy MacKay, Dan.Mica and Fred
Election. In,the General Election,
All) band parents are invited to Rader.' '
attend.Iloltzendorf.., each party's candidate will face the'
Computer Can 'Catch Skippers_ ''candidate from the other party, or State Cabinet..,
parties, for the final determination
.... of who will represent all the peoplefor Two state cabinet posts are being
the office selected. contested. Three candidates are running
All persons are invited to the' But Correct, ,Number Necessary A point that is often confusing in for Secretary of State: WilliamT
Holtzendorf Farm on Edwards' the Primary Elections, Democratscan "Bill" Key, Tom R. Moore and
Road for a reception and informal ., only vote for (nominate) 'Jim Taft.
gathering to kick off the Ben .Students may get away with skipp ford High Assistant Principal John, ''absentee list' is prepared for-'each Democrats and Republicans can on-" There are also three candidates in
Holtzendorf Campaign for County' ing school in the daytime but a new Arther Reddish. ,grade. ly vote for (nomir te) Republicans.' the race for State Treasurer: Walt
Commissioner District. 5, from 4-6 automatic computer phone system Parents are urged to phone the Administrators get'' the list the Those voters registered Independentor Dartland Ken Jenne and John Vogt.,
.p.m.. next :Thursday,. Sept.,1. might catch up with them that night. school system 964-6800, and furnish, following day, and begin to call Other Party,will have no ballot or
'. a 'personal, private telephone students in to find out why they are vote until November 8, at the State Senator... .
Republican Meeting... A new computer scanner can now' number where they can be reached. skipping. The computerized General Election. In the 5th Senatorial District
The Republican Party of Brad- keep up with absences by the class' Students who want to skip school ''absentee list gives the student's If three or more candidates are which comprises all of BradfordCounty
. ford County will meet at 6 p.m. Fri, period. And if the school has correct know about the telephone number name his student;' number the seeking the same office, and none' and several other counties In I}
day Sept. 2. at 722 W. Madison St., phone numhera, the machine.will and some give incorrect telephone telephone number, of the students, receive more than percent of the north central Florida, the- incunv! "
Starke. .call parents between 6-9:30: p.m. anda numbers to school) ; and periods the student was iboent.' ,votes ,cast .S runoff primary is bent, Wayne Hollingsworth U being
All Interested persons are encouraged -: recorded message will let parents BHS Principal Charles Francis is necessary between the two can- challenged by Sherry D. Walker, t
to attend. For more information know their child has been absent An often repeated complaint in the (In charge of seniors, Asst. Principal didates receiving the most votes. If, '
please call Ben Holtzen- from school that day. past has been the parents' saying'' Reddish is in charge of the Juniors however, one candidate receives 50 State Representative... n
dorf, chairman 964-7961. they didn't know their child was ab- Asst. Principal Paula Steele the percent or more in the first primary The 13th District of the State
If a phone is busy the computerwill sent from school and asking ad- sophomores and Dean of Students ,no runoff Is.needed House of Representatives includes
Class of 1953.., skip it and come hack to it later; ministrators why they didn't let the Jerry Petrella the freshmen.The only the western portion of Bradford
BHS class of) 1953 will hold its 35th But the new $1,750 program won't parents know. names of students with excused 'The Republican Races.. county generally west of US301. Incumbent
class reunion September 3 in the do any good unless Bradford High At BHS, teachers record absencesand or legitimate absences are' The Republican ballot is short, George Crady Yulee,is opposed
Officers Club Camp Blanding. School and Bradford Middle School tardies on a computer scanner removed from the list. having only one National and one by Monta C..Wingate, Fernan,
Friends, relatives and guests are! which will) use the system this year, form each period of the day. The The system will' work very well ifthe State office being contested, and two dina Beach. This race' is on the
invited. have correct telephone numbers of forms are scanned, the information, school has'a correct telephone local party offices ballots in 14 precincts all precinctswest
For further information. Call: parents or guardians stresses Brad- fed into a computer program and an number Reddish stresses.Two" For United States Senator of U.S. 301: 1, 3A, SB, 4. 5A, SB,
Phoebe Green Bakken, 964-7397 Republican Connie Mack is opposedby 6A, 6B, 8A, 9A, 12A, 13, 14, and 15.;
Robert W. Merkle. For the office
Velmarie D. Edwards; 473-4519, or. 'of Treasurer of the State of Florida Countywide
PBA 'With
F.D. Thomas, 533-2210. Has Edge Dispute CityA Races...
Please call after 6 p.m. Tom Gallagher, Raphael Herman Four races for constitutional officers -
'and Jeffrey L.' Latham are facing will be voted for countywide.<
> hearing officer with the Public the city has 20 days to file exceptionsto Starke' police officers filed each other to see who will run in The office 'of Clerk of the Circuit
KLPOA Fish Fry... Employees Relations Commission the recommendations to PERC charges against Starke Police Chief November .against the winning Court or county clerk, being vacatedby
Clay County political candidateswill (PERC) has handed down recom..: but if ,the recommendations are Jimmy Bowen with the Police Democrat. retiring clerk Gib Brown is
be guests at the Kingsley Lake mendations favoring the' police'' upheld and issued by PERC as' Benevolent Association ',(PBA) .Running positions in the county sought by three candidates: Harold
Owners Association -' *' union in the controversy with. orders he will recommend to the Ci-; charging unfair labor practices. ., and, Republican party structure, Ben C.
Property annual '
fish fry from 3 to 5 ; Several Starke police officers.' ty Commission to appeal to the pro-; PBA CaSe..p.14A Holtzendorf is opposing Richard (See Ele tion..p.'A)
Saturday, September 10,p.m.at the. Starke Attorney Terry Brown. >:s per court for relief., (See Welty for State Committeeman. and. r

Kingsley Lake Civic Center.

'Bowen's' Fund.. Skies Clear Just, in Time' :for Theressa ;Rally I IDark I

An account has been opened for .

Jimmy Bowen's legal defense co- clouds hung in the sky and feel there is a need to be filled, thereis the Cabinet same 'as the other'' hear what they have to say. He will
: sponsored by Milton Hicks and ", said. State Races... cabinet members. 'The position of strive to the seat
rain poured down on the site of the work to be done, Prescott keep legislative up
,Cecelia Terwillegar. I political rally at Theressa Saturday Only Jim Taft of Crystal River;' Secretary of State is an important for election every two years to be,
'The sponsors said, "We will afternoon and evening, August 'J:1.' Prescott is for a strong defense 'candidate for Secretary of State, ap-' post as are the other Cabinet level more responsive to the people. '
welcome amount that '
any anyone peared to speak in races at the state- positions. .
But Bradford county politicians are saying it is related to the drug Issue.
to contribute.-savings
cares > not ones to be daunted when ol' 'He is for Contra aid,'it is better to wide level. Education and job training are ,Cake Sale...'
has been at the
account opened
the air. '"I am a resident of Florida onll46' some of the greatest needs in Reddish'
is in
Florida National Bank in Starke timey politicin' send ammunition than to send boys., Sheriff Dolph ;"took the
entitled 'The Jimmy Bowen Legal; Citizens came to the fish fry in ''he says. It is reprehensible not to years, so I am still a Yankee he Florida today' A lack of self esteem cake' with a $200 dollar bid for the
said. He has been a county commis- leads to unemployment, unemployment
numbers comparable to other years. balance the budget and at the same third cake offered for sale as
Defense Fund. .
Hick's phone number Is 964-6666;' Not all stayed ,for the ,speeches, time vote themselves (con sioner in Citrus county, and servedon to crime.'A job seeker cannot political candidates lined up to out\
can be reached at however where speakers seemed to gressmen) a huge raise. "I will the governing board of the South have self esteem without a bid each other in the auction. The
,9647776. be speaking to other speakers and refuse! to take the $12,000 raise if West Florida, Water'. Management- marketable skill, he says proceeds of the sale cakes and fish
their families, and volunteer. elected." ; district. fry, went to support the volunteerfire
firemen. The lottery needs""to be discon- "The Cabinet is the best "kept Sherry Walker, opposing Holl- department of Theressa, sponsors -
Almost 300 fish dinners were serv- tinued in every state in the union. Instead secret In the State of Florida he Ingsworth for the Dist. 5 state Senate of the rally,
Class of 1988... ed by the Theressa Volunteer Fire there is talk of a national lot- said. "We have a government bycommittee" seat is from a fifth generation farm Candidates for local county races
All persons planning to go on the Department, downpour. tery.."I could never vote for this," In Florida-the Cabinet. family in Jefferson County and is a were then given a five minute time,
1988 Senior Class Bahamas Cruise Prospects looked beak for political Prescott declared. ,The Governor, has only one vote in trial lawyer "skilled in arguing bid slot to present their platforms to the

may pick\ up their deposit at the speeches at best during the servingof 'cases before skeptical trial judges. voters.
Travel Agency on North the fish fry; from 6 p.m., until "I would rather lose (the election)'
Tempe Ave. about 7 p.m. when the clouds broke than accept it. I do not accept Clerk of Court...
,Anyone wanting a Class of '88 and the skies began to clear. Speak. special Interest money Harold K. Davis,.first of three can-
jersey, please call John Slater ph. ing was moved back to the ball field Leave 'My Signs Be! whatsoever/"she said.; didates for the office being vacatedby
782-3008 after 4 p.m. from the canopy that had been raised -' ,. Her opponent has received money Gib Brown, states, "I am a 1951
in front of the fire house. ., from special interest groups.and graduate of BUS attended the
Master Ceremonies' Elbert Do political signs uprooted and thrown into the woods make you see from outside his district, she says. University of Florida and spent 2H
.. Hersey Introduced the speakers red? "Why did it take my years in the U.S. Army," .
Upcoming. starting at about 7:30.. half an.hour No? 'Well, it might be different if you were the person who puttogether years to get in a 'best leadership He was an insurance agent, work
Public meetings scheduled in the late; the signs and put them up in, this hot, humid summer position?' It will not take me 14 ed for local financial institutions for
coming weeks are: weather. :years; if it does I will. not come many years, was manager of the
An all-party political rally is set National Races:.. Other candidates say their signs are being torn down. back," she promised. local Savings and Loan Associationfor
from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, in One' U.S. Senate seat being Bobby Hall the husband of Tax Collector Esther Hall), said Ms. Walker has' a "vision for the a time,and was president of the
the Starke Woman's Club spon- vacated by 'Walkin' Lawton Chilesis Hall's signs In the Santa Fe Lake area were all. orn down. Hall' future." To hold together the family Chamber of Commerce. He is now a
sored by the Bradford Education being soughtby six candidates; suspects Diana Schaefer a former employee of the tax collector's. office -' unit and education are priorities. "I licensed mortgage broker, liscens-
Association. none of which were at the rally., who now supports challenger Carl Hurst. want them (our future leaders) to be ed insurance broker a licensed real
.Starke Council will hold its Patricia (Pat) Frank, Bill Gunter Hall gave Ms. Schaefer a good ole country boy talking leaving the college graduates"-she 88)11.. The estate salesman and an accounting
regular meeting Tuesday, Claude Kirk Buddy McKay, Dan .following message on her telephone recorder: Government must pick up where the major all of which are qualifications
September 6 in City Hall, at 7:30: Mica and Fred Rader all are on the "Diana this is Bobby.And I was told that you're pulling up Esther's I family, breaks down. needed'for your Clerk' of
p.m., followed by a public bearing ballot for the first primary. None signs. And I found one of the signs pulled in front of your house.And, Courts says Davis.'
on the city budget. were heard from at the Theressa rally. -I ''Diana people told me that you did it. And I'll tell you what personally State Rep. Dist. 13. ... Dewayne Elder speaking of his
Lawtey City Council will hold its if i catch you pulling up a sign I'm going kick your ass, I mean qualifications said, ''if I wasn't ex-
regular meeting Tuesday' Incumbent U.S. Representative ood.'And you tell your husband he better straighten your ass out Representative George Crady in- perienced and capable I wouldn't be
September 6 in City Hal. at 7:30. Bill Grant is being challenged in the 'cause I'm going to do It if I catch you with a sign pulled up.,This is cumbent from Yulee, is opposed by asking for the job." .
''p. General Election in November: by Bobby and I'm telling you now." Monta C.} Wingate .of Fernandina He is experienced in budget control '
Bradford County Board of Ad- Dennis M.Prescott: a nonpartisanwritein Ms. Schaefer denies bothering the political signs. Bobby Hall claims Beach. profit! and loss control and
justment will hold a special called candidate. Neither can- someone saw Ms. Schaefer moving the signs. Hall said a Hurst sign Crady was not represented at the management of employees.
meeting Thursday, September 8 in didate has an opponent in the was, placed In front of a Hall sign, completely blocking it. Theressa rally ."I will require complete informa-
Starke City Hall at 7:30 p.m. to primaires and will not be on theprimary The Schaefer sought to see if Hall's language constituted a threat for Wingate asks why did''the tion before I make a decision, and
hear two requests for special ex- ballot but will be on the which Mr. Hall could be prosecuted. It's borderline actionable says legislature give themselves a whopping am non-discriminatory." I have
ceptions. ballot in the geixral election in local attorney Terry Brown. An "iffy" statement such as Hall made 10 percent raise but only about travelled throughout the southeast,
First Public Hearing on Bradford November. ,. does not constitute an actionable criminal threat,says Wiley Clark Investigator 3 percent to other state employees? and had a choice I live here
County Budget will be held Prescott said he Is originally froma for the State Attorney's Office In Starke to which Ms. Wingate will not be obligated to because it is where 1 want to live he
Thursday, September 8, in the farming community in Maine is a Shaefer also tendered the tape. special Interest groups and limits 'says. He drew a laugh from the au-
Courthouse at 8 p.m. graduate of the University of Maine. The phone call was recorded on an answering machine and Hall donations from PAC's and in- dience saying "I am a graduate of
Bradford County Commissioners He is a veteran of the Viet Nam war knew he was being recorded. Recording the call surreptiously would dividuals to $250. He says Crady's Bradford High School and am the
will meet 1 9:30: a.m.;Monday and has served In the Florida Na. have been illegal. money comes from PAC's and brother of Dwight Elder, not his
September 11. In the Courthouse. tional Guard. Tearing down someone else's political signs could net a criminal special Interest groups from outside father,"
"The real government is you the mischief charger his dlstrf:L He will camapign doorto lially..P.10A:
OBBBBBBBBBBl people, I am a candidate because I'' door so as to meet the people and (See )

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> TELEGRAPH September 1,19S8

Chief Bowen Plans tQ ,Retire Effective Oct. 4

Starke Chief of Police Jimmy he believed his retire- forcement and charged with'grand The 'city commission met"1 l f It was announced August 30 that" The officers maintained that Chief
Bowen announced last Friday Aug toners that theft and official misconduct,.both special session the night of Aug. 18 the City of Starke has lost its battle ,Bowen has snubbed\ them at,promotion
28,he will retire effective: October.4.. ment to be in the'best interest of both third degree felonies. The chief is and suspended Chief Bowen without with the Police Union resulting froma harassed them
career. his family and the City of Starke. charged with removing an air- pay., pending the .outcome of the hearing before Florida Public time union The
ending a 15-year activity.
Prior to his arrest,on Aug..9,Chief compressor from the stolen propertyof legal charges. Employees Relations Commission.Two .because!of
The announcement came alter Bowen Issued a statement he was the Police Department to his own Friday Aug. 26,Chief Bowene an- officers filed charges recommends rehiring of a police officer -
week long spectulatlon by the news not resigning despite rumors to that use and of writing a letter IdentifyIng nounced his retirement, not resigna- Bowen with the Alachua County and the promotion of other ONfleers. .
media but apparently Bowen had effect. the purchaser of a firearm as a tion. Bowen Was suspended with pay Police Benevolence Association.That ..
diffit. ulty making the decision.: He- Bowen was arrested Aug. 18 by police officer,so the purchaser could by the council immediately following ( chapter's district includes (See additional story in this
said in his letter to the City Commt- Florida Department of Law En get a police discount on a firearm his arrest. Bradford County.) edition)

Election Forum Scheduled Tonight I

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JamboreeIn Final Partisan Political Forum in Brad- Republicans mixed wgeuiertlnder
Chief Bowen's Letter pre-election forum display o 6 to 9 the offices for which they are I'UIIDiing
local and a state candidates on ford County history from p.m. in the following order:
Hampton is set at 6 p.m. today (Thursday, Sponsored by the Bradford Educa- Sheriff
County Clerk Property
in tion Association Joined by the County
1) the
Sept. Starke
This I* the complete text Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen' Woman's Clubl Executive Ctonunittees; of both Appraiser (unopposed), Tax Collector -
sponsored jointly by the Bradford
'The City of Hampton has scheduled letter announcing hi retirement from duties effective,Oct. 4: Education Association and the county parties,the format will allow each, Supervisor Elections (unop--
a Jamboree for Saturday night Executive Committees of both candidate five minutes to present his posed), School Superintendent;
September 3. starting at 7 p.m.,says ]Dear Commissioners: parties. or her message. At the end of that County Commissioners District 1, 3
City Councilwoman{ Amy Davis. Please be advised that I am retiring as Chief of Police effective October The public is invited. It will be the period George Bowen'president of and 5, School Board -District 3
Chairperson of the Recreation 4,1988.1 greatly appreciative the opportunity the public has given only rally at which members of the BEA and moderator, will open the (unopposed), and Dist.4; State 13 and House 21 and of
Department.Proceeds me to serve as their Chief of Police for the past 15 years.This has been audience will be invited to ask ques- forum for individual questions that Representatives ,.
State District 5. ,
of the jamboree will go a very difficult decision to make but one I believe to be in the best interest tions of the candidates. anyone may,wish to ask a particular Senate refreshments will be served
to .the recreation department for of both my family and the City of Starke. Both Democratic and Republican candidate. Light
the Democratic and
equipment.A There has been a great deal of public discussion recently 'as to candidates will be given a chance to Candidates will be taken by Executive Committees. Republican
chicken and rice dinner will be whether the City Police Department should be consolidated with the air' their views In the first Non- alphabetically, with Democrats and
served startiang at 7 p,m., followedby Sheriffs Department and whether the position of Chief of Police Lf
the usual pickin' and singin'. should be made an appointed position.I believe that most of the people
Country and western music, gospel close to me and my case fully expect me to be exonerated of all
and bluegrass entertainment will all charges. I certainly do. I feel it important for the public to know '
be on tap for the spectators. however that I will not be returning as Chief of Police so that ELECT =
everyone will be in a better position to decide how,the police department ..j,
Charles Sawyer Named should be structured in the future. + 4
President-Elect Earlier this week I was prepared to announce my retirement.When
of the information became public through the on Wednesday ,
newspapers Danny .
Jacksonville C of C .. (Aug 24). ,however my telephone began ringing at 5:00: in the morning ... 'Ii
Charles Sawyer, president of with people urging me not to retire. These call continued all day long. :., "
Sawyer Gas & Appliance Co. and These were the same people who had elected me as their Chief of ;
Sawyer Air Conditioning, Inc., of Police for the past 15 have placed their confidence and trust in : >
,Jacksonville has been nominated as ..me,and I would like to heed; ; their request. My retirement is in no way BELCHER '; /
1989 president-elect of the Jacksonville any admission of guilt or wrongdoing but I have always pledged to do it
Chamber of Commerce. what I believe to be in the best Interest of the City of Starke. The r
Sawyer is vice chairman; of the residents of the City Starke need to make some Imporant decisions as .. :
Jacksonville Transportation to what kind of police protection they want in the future. I don't believe -
Authority and is a past president of that these decisions should be delayed pending the outcome of my case
the Chamber of Commerce inStarke. or influenced by the potentially of my return as chief. City Commission \, : .-.. .
where he started his liquid Where this has been a tremendous ordeal for my family and myself /0'1': ---- --.
propane gas company in 1960. He the support that I have received from the people of Starke has been District I I""t-J! ... -
later expanded the company to. great. I have total confidence In our judicial system and assure you 'fJ' ,. ,, '." .' .
Jacksonville. Lake City Lake'' that I will be cleared of these charges. "
Butler Jacksonville Beach,, 'and Sincerely. #

,Green president Cove of the Springs.Starke: He Rotary is a Club past Chief Jimmy of Bowen'Police' Now Is the time to' bring .sound management back to your city

and is married to the former JoAnneSlade City of SUrke. .government.., "
of Starke.
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Elect a man ,with working experience:..,.

NOTICE OF ,BUDGET: HEARINGThe Belcher J\Qs'28:\ years'experience as a welding/engineer, HQ;

stands to serve the'' people of Starke. You ,can ,call him anytimeto

discuss troubles, .
.. ; ,your .
,City of Lawtey will hold its first public .' .' ,'..
Elect .. .,J\; :<:. '., ,
after ." "'" '
hearing on September 6, 1988 regular

council meeting "at Lawtey City Hall. All Danny Belcher

citizens are invited to attend.. n Working man's Friend, Rltoags available

6jsts2cchg 9DlV ". .__ u__._ ._ ..
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State Representative '

With Speed Calling .you 'GeorgeCRADY.

,get quick connections. .







a member of the Appropriations Committee and as Vice
.. Chairman of the Rules Committee. Representative,Crady has

'used his influence and leadership to benefit the people of

Bradford County by: .

Fighting the Governor 'and HRS'to save the'Northeast Florida,

State Hospital .

Working to reinstate the Special Risk Retirement Benefit. for

Law Enforcement and, Correctional Officers.

..'Helping obtain full funding of the Prison Impact:Bill to

''provide additional revenue for the; county. % ,

Helping obtain $400,000 to renovate. the high school

auditorium. "*

Helping,obtain $64,000 for paving and renovations at the

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: Placing $400,000 In the Appropriations'' iU for renovation of
,I ".1' ,the High School ,Gymnasium. (Was vetoed by Governor. '

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On September 6,,you will 'have the opportunity to vote the majority of her campaign herself.. Sherry has refused to take
your,State Senator in District Five. It's a big special interest PAC money;. she says she'd rather lose. Why
district covering ten counties that .stretch from Jacksonville to would she do that? '

Tallahassee. It's a district where not much happens, where}: folks :, ': "Since' I was in, high school I I., have wanted to serve in ,thel.," ,
in the small towns f fight the slow loss of businesses and /' ,/r" : Florida Senate," says Sherry. "A Senator has the power ,to change
population. It's.a district where ,schools battle a rising drop-out : 1>" things. I see a 'need for change, but I don't see Wayne,
rate. It's a district where a lot of people look forward to a welfare, ,'," Hollingsworth ready to'.be' < the person who makes things happen --"
check, ,because ,there are no good jobs and that's the only income ;
they have. It's a district largely forgotten by the rest of Florida. She's Different '
It's a district where the young people look for a decent job and ;' .

,finding none, leave, never to return.. : ," Sherry'Walker is a country person. There's an accent you ,can
cut with a knife, there's'' a fresh'-scrubbed, no-makeup 'country girl 1

Ten Least Effective? .. ')',,1, ,-j\I"\(:! appeal. There's a savvy and a shrewdness, a caring and a deep-
'..I ...:.I. '. down toughness in this lady that has shocked and delighted
It's a district represented in the Senate by Wayne ';\, ,:;'; :,1!:" people 'who have watched:her in court and on the campaign, trail.
Hollingsworth. He's an ordinary sort of fellow.:When he was .aiki iltff'; ::' ;" Out of law school, Sherry was offered a job With a law, firm, inPhiladelphia
he, played football with Pat Summerall, but since then he hasn't' ',)., '. but chose instead to, come' back to Monticello to, '
made: too many waves. He owns' trailer park in Lake, City. He's practice law, for people who'' needed it. She is'the kind of lawyer; rt
been in the Legislature for' 14 years and he learned a long time. more. interested, in justice, than, a new BMW. Her!volunteer'work'
ago that the best, way to get along.is toj along., You can',count for the Guardian Ad Litem is a case ''in po.'it.; She' acts as the
on Wayne, Hollingsworth for:a, safe predictable vote on 'alm st'any lawyer for the group that protects:the, rights of minors and abused
..issue.and as a result he's' ,.great: favorite, lobbyists ''and political, children-without. pay-just, the thanks of those she has served,
'action committees who have returned his favors with over' ,
many "Histened, to her talk abput.what', :wants tto, do as a Senator,
$100,000 in contributions, Two in every three dollars he; raised 'for 'and,she had me believing, it, and I know better!" .said one, veteran:
his campaign came from oil companies, chiropractors, racetracks, political observer. That's Sherry Walker, as Senator'she' will make
liquor:distributors, insurance companies large bank holding things happen, ,Because she cares deeply,'She talks 'about the
companies and regulated utilities. The problem with Wayne '.:. woods and the rivers and the small towns, she, talks about jobs
Hollingsworth is that a district that desperately 'needs'a' senatorwho's and schools and the future and you believe i in, that vision of.the
a. firecracker has a dull, damp squib instead. Here is' the future. i
.,--Chauman; jof Ui a ,t.a State.AgriculJtureiCommittee; :who,..didn't manage: .
__tn..paH .!;.mgIR..1hun..c\.11t..n..f.'hiS, cflmnutJ..ec..1ler.e-Lc;.. "leaduhn -:, j = : :
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incompetent Supervisor of Elections of Leon ,County 'and gained But can she do it? Take a look at.the road she's traveled; 'from
the support of only two of his,colleagues.. This is a ""leader" who. a kid growing .up in' the back-rooms of a country grocery'to "
was dismissed by the Miami Herald as among the ten Least ,successful lawyer, 'all before her 30th birthday. Friend, r wouldn't
Effective members of the Legislature. These are the facts ,about ': '" ',, bet against her!. If you watched her on television'' slicing Wayne

"Wayne Hollingsworth's brand of Leadership." .. Hollingsworth's record ribbons' you've'seen, her on the ,
:.",;"".:".t,, );1 ,"I I, stump in the small towns, if you've been in"the backwoods stores
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She Can Win!, "- '."/1"i.i'I'i":I'\Ii\/\r,\ '"/;\ 'I"'I',.I' and the plant gates, the,restaurants! in the small towns and.the
', :-'I::) :!,." churches ,. ? from early morning to late night .;, running ,. ...
In February Sherry Walker told a gathering of friends that she ':.,', running .. running hard you'd .know'she' has the stuff to be"not,
would run' for the Senate. "No way she, can win" said the'wise ,' ', just a good Senator, but, a great one
'ones. "She's too young, she's a woman, she sounds so country, 'This lady can sit with the boys in a hunting:'camp talking gun-.
people ,would be embarrased."The wise are wrong because. ", '
ones control' and wildlifeiconservation:. or: take; tea with' the ladies 'ThIs
they don't, know Sherry,Walker. gal 'can talk cattle (she,'owns a herd of prize Limousin) or,she can
She wasborn, in Waukeenah,,raised'in the back;of,.a general talk'a,:"fine point'-of law. 'She understands the,art df compromiseand
store, :worked waiting tables 'and helped her family in the fields. she has the' skills to work'with the South Florida, Senators
She went to' college at FSU and the University of Tennessee. She, ',. who, like, it:or'not, will be calling the tune 'in the Legislature.,
took law degree at Cooley School of Law in Michigan, was, 'v(: : She has a, deep down burning.love for',North Florida and 'its' ",
admitted to the Florida Bar She was Assistant, State's Attomey;;,::;!" '.. people. If you.want effectiveness now and for the future, if you'',
handling'juvenile, cases, among the most difficult tasks for a ," ':',',', ." want a Senator beholden to ,you alone; this, is the, moment.to
prosecutor. Leaving that office'she joined, a Tallahassee law! firm.;:, ,'"/ make a choice 'that:can"'mean'a, real 1 future'for'North, Florida., : :,Vote
,Her: practice has been sufficiently successful ',that she"can finance:,, ;: <'';,.; ', for Sherry. Walker., ." "' '.. .'"\ "' ,

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4A TELEGRAPH, September HW8! rt"

OLD POSTCARDS never''.die
'etJiTOKlALSLet's : they just get hidden away and l lI

: ,,,,:,,,, ,'.,.:; l", I; f.. forgotten In old dresser drawers.,
''I, .,' ,I"d, : ,,'," .";'i'" \' "' I', Every now and then a few will get
/, /, I' ) ''h !" i"" .' c' unearthed and the finders bring
.......01 ,' them to The Telegraph to add to
the collection of the Bradford
County Historical Board of
Trustees. These donations aregreatly
V appreciated and become
1 Important additions to the pictorial
the Forum
at '
Have a Quorum history ofStarkeandBrad-
This Spec, for Address OnJ>' _--,- ford. County. : .

With Republican and Democrat can- ,cent years., In the past two years there .
didates occupying the same platform' has been an eight percent increase in "'" : ". ,
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tonight's (Thursday, Sept 1) politicalforum Republican registration here, from,739 !,-. !T'T
has the potential of going beyondthe in 1986 to 952 at present. Although still HONKfllONK1; ( ;,,,
usual humdrum 'speeches that far outnumbered l by Democrats, it Two'dude* in cloth: caps

candidates often make at ,one-party should be remembered that members of and protective linen"dusters" ,
both restricted to cruise down
rallies parties, although
Walnut Street In
beef voting their party ticket in the roadster with shiny a swanky brass LA
If little on the political
so, a spice are free to cross over in the J. a
in the primaries.! radiator and red ,leather
such events
Usually served up at November General Election and "vote upholstery' The license
past will be a welcome change. It might for the mannot the party". plate on front says S.C. XI, '
generate a little more voter interest in and the tires look like they
the issues (if any emerge), resulting in Although there ,are,: only two were made for a bicycle'
a larger turnout at the polls next Tues- Republican candidates for county officein rather' than an automobile, ,
the primaries, their ''appearance at Building with steeple at left I
day, September 6. is the old Starke Male &
forum should
tonight s provide some Female Institute, and 4
According to letters being received by "added attraction" and might even behind man on sidewalk Is
the Telegraph (see letters column on generate questions on local issues during the old gray stone

this page, and, telephone calls being the question and answer period Methodist Church. Picket,
fence surrounds what is
following the prepared speeches.
received by ,the "Bird Doe" shopping now the Starke post office
guide,..there' ARE issues involved, in Tonight's attraction in.the Starke site, '
spite of the apparent calm on the surface Woman's Club starting'at 6 p.m., will'

of the pre-primary campaigns. offer ,voters some ""fringe benefits",
such as being seated in comfort duringthe

Tonight's rally has an array of public- long list of speeches rather than

spirited, sponsors, including the Brad-' standing or sitting on tailgates at out

ford Education Association (politics door rallies,and also refreshments pro- ...
could use some education),, the Brad- vided by executive committees of the, -

ford County Democratic Executive two parties.So .
;, r lja> fr'4r'! 3" Mtuh15oma;
Committee and the Bradford County ,
come on out tonight.., meet'your HAMPTON'S ,
Republican Executive Committee.. friends and neighbors, as well as your HEYDAYNot

Time was when registered favorite candidates and perhaps (we exactly bustling with

Republicans were as "scarce as hen's hope) you will come away better informed activity, this early view of

teeth" in Bradford County, but the GOP on some of the issues now being ,'. '.. Hampton's main street Is ,"
has been making substantial gains in re faced by Bradford County. nevertheless attractive' \ ?"
with spreading oak tree
and neat, frame commercial .

.Bush 'Beats the: Bushes buildings.At left Is early. Hampton
drug tore with the in-,
evitable Coca-Cola sign In
I : front window. Large two

";' ; With McCarthy Tactics story building at right Is ',',
the old Hampton Hotel
,'.1i.) : whose dining room and
I ";'irI comfortable beds were
popular with railroad
,, Nothing seemed to be.working'well .Quayle, but refused to do so., ,I, .. crews and traveling
for George Bush early in the campaign' By'"'rights, Bush's" flimsy attacks on salesmen In the old days of
He was still dogged by an identity prO-; 'Dukakis should ultimately backlash, '" ,rail transportation.

blem, and a few feeble attempts to but right now they are appealing to a .

change his image',to a minor league segment of ,voters:;; that measures ." ;1'I.,I.
Rambo failed miserably., Putting on'a patriotism by the number of flags waved '

hard hat and professing a liking for pork in a convention hall, and the numberof

rinds just didn't do the job.Maybe he red white and blue

should have tried chitt'lings.. from the ceiling. Admittedly J"

His' attempts at plugging the "issues"' Republicans had.the edge in both these, Readers Write 'on Politics and ''Temptation' ,
exhibitions. ;
weren't, stirring up ,voters,:, most ,.of .
whom had enough common sense' to But to..get to (h emeatof'belowtiebelt'attackg"onDukakis ,

know,that whoever wins the.presides r' The facts of Editor Telegraph( ? Editor, Telegraph 'Censorship? Of course not. We 'simply'
tial racetaxes will inevitably go up, in the much discussed Pledge of
if under In I am rapidly getting the impression that I wish to thank Vicki Sparks for her deci- choose to refuse support thosewfio attack -
one form or another even an Allegiance incidence are these: 1977 our current County Commissioners either sion NOT to show "The Last Temptation": our Christian values. I will not be
assumed name; such as the Reagan ad Governor Dukakis vetoed a bill passedby .. do not read your newspaper or t at the Florida Theater.It silent when the same Lord that I love and
ministration's sugar-coated "revenue. the Massachusetts Legislature requiring don't care what some of us voters thin is not necessary to do cocaine in orderto serve is made to look like a lustful, confused ,
'enhancement,"' school teachers'to' lead their I'm referring to the letter 1 wrote a couple decide to stay away from it. I don't haveto wimp?' with homosexual tendencies Will
the of of weeks ago calling on the Commis- get drunk to know it is a foolish and you
in Pledge
Most voters and all realistic students repeating sioners to explain why they would not hirean dangerous thing to do, and 1 don't have to Thank, ,you, Vtckl.< Jan McRae
'economists knew ,that his promise of Allegiance to the Flag.. Dukakis, additional deputy for the, Sheriff's "see for myself" such a sacrilegious and Rt. 3, Starke
''creating 30 million new jobs in the next ing of a previous decision by the U.S, Department.. anti-Christian movie in order to '
was fantasy failing to Supreme Court declaring unconstitu. In ;your original story on this the Com, 'knowledgeably protest it. (The script. is Editor, Telegraph: .
'eight years there pure 6.6 million tional a, West Virginia State Board of missioners" stated "The money just isn't available, if you want to be sick.) Some want to see the movie "Temptation" -
that are only people
'note there. I find this extremely interesting,
Why is it that Christians are the only
come to and do
our not.
the U.S. who are Education requirement that all students because on the front of edition of county some
in today page your "group" in our country that can be mocked Some want to see for themselves '.
unemployed and looking for work He ,salute the flag and repeat,the Pledge Aug. 25, 1988, the Commission' agreed, made to look stupid our faith made a others hear more about it than they wish.and
could this goal only by open; each ''day, asked the Massachusetts UNANIMOUSLY AGREED,to settle a suit joke our preachers made to look like idiots
accomplish borders to hoards of Court for an opinion. In a 5-2 for $13,000 (taxpayers" money) total cost and no one "protests", And if someone Our freewill that God gives'us Is a very
ing :up Mexican rung the court declared the bill un-, approximately$25,000,because of a screw l; does protest, we are trying to "CENSOR" :simple plan. It's to choose to be more like
emigrants in an unending streamand' up they (Commissioners) made. Did they something. Can you imagine the outcry if .Christ in our own life or choose not to be
then find jobs for them.. :constitutional, citing the 1943 U.S. 'just happen to FIND this money? the movie was titled,' "The Last Tempta- like Him.Of what I hear about Jesus in this
Bush's ( friend and ''Supreme Court opinion as a precedent.: Remember, folkssome of these same tion of Martin Luther King, Jr.or how movie, it would change my mind of being
Even great sup Dukakis thereupon vetoed the bill.What Commissioners are running for re-, ., about"The Secret Life of Anne Frank". like Him. No, I don't want to be freewilled
'porter, the obtuse William Buckley, would George Bush have done- signed a election. subscribe to the current saying, I'm sure you think that's unheard of. It Is. into seeing anything that does not give our,:
says that in a recent' strategy session, "It's time for a change". 'We do NOT, insult blacks (remember Lord any glory.
Bush advisors concluded that Reagan's bill that was patently unconstitutional Some of the Commissioners running for ,Jimmy-the-Greek?) We do NOT ridiculethe I wouldn't give my child a freewill
SDI (Star Wars) dream was not winningany : re-election are doing nothing more than Jewish people We are told the Gay choice to be bitten by a snake to see if it
back In the other bushwacking attack, the patting themselves on the back by tellingus Community has "rights''. Yet: time and was poisonous or not. I would set an exam-
votes and should be put on the much discussed prison furlough plan used what they did in the past.That's great I 11 time again we see in television the ple not to be bitten. We'll set the same ex-.
burner of their campaign strategy.So in the state of Massachusetts, ,was want to know what they'are going to do in, ''movies, the media seem to thrive on at-' ample about this movie.

what did Bush have left? Aaaah... actually signed into law by a previous the FUTURE I r tacking the Christian Community. We are
'' _' Some you don't even hear Jrom. I residein "fair-game"for assaults on our values and Ve don't have tome It to make Up our
the old Joe McCarthy routine: paint' Republican governor of Massachusetts '- District 5. My Commissioner is so unconcerned our beliefs. How can we sit around and mind. Hearing about it is rough enough
''your opponent with the broad brush of Jim King. that most of the time I have to'' ''allow the "King of all Kings" to be made Thank you, Mrs. Sparks. !
'unpatnotism weakness on defense and look up his name to remember who he 1 is. the subject of such disrespect? We CANNOT =' Louise HightowerStarke
Although the is said to have
'' At least his opponent, Ben Holtzendorf, has *, ,
implying- not directly sayingthat worked well and reduced the incidence' taken a stand on certain things and has
he is pink" if not actually red- aroundthe of repeat offenders, it resulted in a ,told us what he stands for, and what he. .
edges. Why ,not? the Bush people wants to do if elected. :
in 'instance 'when 'a :
tragedy one ,It seems to that if I can'readily BradfordOoun
me Forestry; ,
reasoned- worked in the case .of : I y\
released weekend furlough "
prisoner, on remember Mr; Holtzendorf and NOT my I
Claude Pepper, costing him his seat in committed rape. In spite of the previous current commissioner, the same thing will

the Senate many years ago. Fortunately good record, one bad apple can give an' Each in the ballot box on election day. Proper Care, of Trees '
Pepper lived the charges down, and entire program' a bad name, and district needs a voice in local N
government-voice that can be heard...a
came .back: stronger( than ever, as, a Dukakis has now rescinded the plan his voice that echoes our best interests,, Mr., When trees are Injured, they isolate the the collar and the tree may not be able to''
member ot the' House of Represen- Republican predecessor initiated. Holtzendorf can hear you... but I cannot wound by forming chemical and physical fight off invading fungi. Cutting the limb
tatives, where he has literally spent his hear "what's. his barriers that prevent the damage from outside the collar enables the tree to form
long political life fighting for the right of Before they beat these two political name.Richard. Downs, spreading If this barrier formation is unsuccessful the vital barriers to protect Itself.

all of us to live out, our years without horses to the point,of backlash Bush's Rt.4,Starke the tree may be weakened by Just '
image makers should get back to the as people grow a scab over a wounov
fear of poorhouse dependency. a tree may grow new wood. Unlike people
real issues confronting this nation that We're well into the growing season in ,
The Bush boys' evidently concludedthat Reader Urges Vote ,Florida so is yard work occupying muchof however,a tree's wound never really heals.
are vital to its very existence. They can ? and evidence of old injuries have been
the "real" George Bush (if anyone, best' do this by' agreeing to Bush- For 'Full-Time' Naturally your tune, chores around the'yard include found in trees several hundred yean old.Research .<(,.
knows just who that is) was not enough. Dukakis debates at the earliest possible County Resident c trimming and mowing,and foresters : la being conducted on trees to'

They had to create a new and tougher time. So far, '.Bush has been less than urge caution when using power ,tools determine which species are most susceptible ,,
George Bush who would appeal to voter willing to debate early,,Apparently Editor,Telegranh-" around trees. '''ThOUghtless or careless to damage and which are best able to

masses, no matter.how phony the image afraid of meeting, Dukakis on 'the t reCently) d.an article In the i'Bird maintenance practices can cause serious ,withstand injury. It's already knOwn.that
'' to trunk and roots of trees.,
than' to damage handle better than
easier way some injuries
might be. podium, Bush would like to limit it to Dog" concerning our Tax Collector. I will .
desert the high road for the low road, one, debate (possibly two) :late ,in' the admit that I was very appalled to learn One recommendation l is to clean an area others. These' the most trees,desirable or hybrids traits incorporating of
Michael that elected Tax Collector is only a aroiuid base of trees and It
something that his opponent while Dukakis wants our Lilt your cover
game, three as several species, may prove to be well
Dukakis and his running-mate Lloyd part-time resident of Bradford County With gravel,mulch or straw.Don't cut tree suited for yards and along streets where
soon as possible.,
'''resident only when her political motiva- roots In your efforts to clean an area or. '
Bentsen refused do when they had an damage is most ukel- to
to Will the, real George Bush please tions require residency,.'and that, ofcourse your time may be wasted Water-when f occur
opportunity to lead the pack against stand ? ,,is election time. rainfall not available to keep the roots of
Bush's' vulnerable running-mate Dan up the tree moist and eliminate mowing and Five Volunteers
As a 'full-time resident of Bradford County trimming. If your preference is for grass Sign Up to Monitor *
It concerns me that she is maintaining however, It's probably! best to use a handtrimmer. .
her residence in Clay County Voters-let's Kingsley Lake Water'
RID bRADtORD COlJ keep our money at home In Bradford County -. Don't use mechanical tree trimmers
,\ r where.it belongs. around the base of trees, especially young Sandy Fisher,. director of the
4 trees The nylon cord can penetrate the LAKEWATCH program \Ia pleased with
Ciligrupqaoe Mr. Hurst is Dedicated, hardworking bark and cause serious damage.the the good response to her call for waterquality
,. 'honest man. He is.a full-time resident 01 monitors on Kingsley Lake.
Bradford County, resell mg rot and eventually die. Many
times I Die tree is able to Isolate the dam.ipebut 'Ms.FUher says she now has a full quotaof
O..KMGUSON-JOHN M.MIUtR''- "Mr. Hurst has a gemutllch spirit about the Injury still detracts from its m>, monitors with Laura Cocks,the first to

C 4lffi Publish.. him sonallty.; an with outstanding a burning compassionate desire to serve per.his pearance. qualify, and two backup teams composed
Published each Thursday and entered 00 Second Class Matter at i fellow citizens of Bradford County. The barrier resulting from an injury to a ,,of Janet Ivy/Herbert Sellers, and Christie .
the Post Office at Stake. Florida, under Act of March 3. 1679.' Let's vote for a.TRUE Bradford County tree limb or wound forms a "branch collar" Reddish/Terry Ivy.,all residents of the
resident. a raised ring around the limb. If you
Phone 964-4305 Subscription Rate h Trade Area 14.00 per year; S8.00 six months Tori McKinney Wbeeler prune a damaged limb, be sure to cut outside lake. These volunteers( have all received
t O. Drawer A; Slorto. Florida Outside Trade Area S 1 5.00 per year; $8,SO six months. Starke the branch collar. You will in effect their instructions and are prepared to take
reopen the wound if you cut the limb Inside I samples, Ms. Fisher said.Pace ,


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Weddings. Reunions., .

Keep an Honest. Experienced
To Wed Sept. 9 Held at Crlder Home I;1<1.poL adv Tax: Collector

Mr. & Mrs' Richard Nipper .of., ,On August 14 a family reunion was ptf.pal,ads,
rr Brooker announce the approaching: held at the Lake Street home of Mrs.
marriage of their daughter,.Christ!,' Adel Grider,in Starke.A highlight r
to James Curtis, son of Mr. & Mrs the day for Mrs. Grider was the fact
Ted B. Curtis of Hampton.The that among the guests were two of Happy 40th
wedding will be held on Fri her children, eight grandchildren, Birthday2lrszi1
day, Sept. 9 at 8 p.m., at Hampton and nine great-grandchildren
Baptist Church. A reception will Among the guests were many
follow. All friends and relatives are family members from Starke,
-rC invited to attend.Woman's Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey,* i
along with Mr and Mrs.. Robert t\
Graves from Leesburg. 11 ,
from WCf -Frlends

of the Church' of God Singles Group

C 'Club Board Starling Family -*

Meeting Sept. 7 Reunion Sept. ,,5

The Woman's Club of Starke will The Starling Family Reunion will
hold their first fall meetiing with a be held Labor Day Sept! 5, in
luncheon at 12 noon at the clubhouseon memory of Roy Sttarling. All T &
Wednesday, Sept 7.' All officers relatives and friends are invited to Cs DEIICjO
''and chairpersons are urged to' attend attend this reunion at the home of
this,important meeting.JacksonJohnson', ". Kenneth and Ann Starling in
j4 Brooker.
For more information call Ronald

.Starling, 964-4908, or Kenneth. Starling
I 4851684.


Wed July,26 '" ,. f., ,

In.. Gainesville '.
Denise Jackson, daughter of" Ms. New Arrivals. FISH DINNER
Luree Jackson of Starke, and Sam- .",
mie Johnson, son of Cephus and Minnie '
Lee Johnson of Lawtey, were Emily Denise Duck .
< Mr.& !Mrs.Craig BryanWksonBrycm married July 26 in the Alachua Dennis and MarshaDuck of

'County Courthouse.The Gainesville announce'the birth of a
I newlyweds now, reside in daughter, Emily Denise, born July
/ Wed June 'J?18 Gainesville. The bride is employedby 26 at Alachua General Hospital, and ..
: the Alachua County Sheriff's Of "
weighing 6 lb. 6 oz. I .-
fice. The groom is employed with Maternal grandparents are Mr S ; {
Miss Dorothy Marie Wilkison. peach flowers and white simulated Lawtey Correctional Institution., "; and Mrs. Johnny Myers of Tennessee ,.'
daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. pearls. They carried silk bouquets Paternal grandparents are
Wilkison of Starke and, Craig made of peach roses white daisies Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Duck also of /111
Palmer Bryan of Keystone, son of and babys breath. Tennessee. .
Ralph Bryan and Imogene Locke Flower girl was Miss Ashley I .
,both of Starke,were married June 18 Fillyaw, daughter of Bob and Carol ,
!at First Baptist Church in Keystone Fillyaw of Lake Butler, who carried B'day Party-.Plans ;,Samantha leonn Bakken Our delicious ,
Heights. a white wicker basket decorated Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bakkken an- ,
The candlelight ceremony was with peach and mint green flowers For Teen Newcomer'Herman nounce the birth of a daughter hand-cut
performed by Dr. E.'Winson Butlerin and satin streamers, She wore a halo and Sandra Crews of Samantha Leann, born Aug. 11 and> '
front of a 96-light candelabra of silk peach flowers In her hair. Lawtey are proud to announce the weighing 8 lb. 1 oz. She loins two\ filets baked
decorated with white silk roses and Ring bearer was! Master Randall' 'upcoming birthdaY'of their brand sisters, Amanda Leigh and Heather '
daisies. On both sides of the altar Alvarez, son of Randy annd Tracy new teenage girl Crete-hit Diana. Lynn.Maternal. and served
were brass hearts and candle trees Alvarez of Starke. Joining, in the' celebration are grandparents are War- .u'
''with floral arrangemewnts of peach Following the ceremony a recep- brother and sister, Herman Samuel ren and Topsy Ebling. Paternal on; a ,bed
tion ''was held in the church grandparents are Joe and Phoebe
and mint green, the bride's chosen and Sandra Jane,
colors. Palms and boston ferns com fellowship hall,which was decoratedwith New to Bradford County;Gretchinis Bakken. of'rice,
plimented the setting. palms accented with peach and a whopping 64" long, weighs 100 Great-grandmothers are Boots
Nuptial music was provided by' white balloons The'' bride's'' table. lbs,. and.' is currently, attending Green opf Starke and Mrs. Joseph i with 'greenbeans
Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Steedly with special was backed by white lattice;draped Lawtey Community School as an 8th Bakken, Sr of Wahpeton, N.C.

music performed by Natalie Minor. with greenery at the top.'The table ",,.grader., ..,,, 379 coleslaw .
Best man was--the .groom'sbrother. was covered with a peach cloth with'a She Is the first grandchild of Cecil''
Perry Bryan. Serving as white army-navy cloth overlay.. and Dianna Adkins of Itaiford and 'and two;
groomsmen -were, Randy Alvarez Silver candelabras holding peach ''granddaughter of, the late John and. Gator QB Club ,
Charles Fillyaw, Clyde Sumner andDonald tapers adorned both ends of the Bertha Crews. hush puppies.Captain :
Roberts. table. Centering'the' table was a All friends and relatives !'are invited Meets"6:30 Tonight ,
Given In marriage by her father, three-tier cake on columns 'arid a to' this teen shower at her The'first'fall
1988 meeting of the
the bride wore a gown of white satin fountain. Extending from the cake Lawtey home on Wednesday,Sept.7 Starke: Gator Quarterback Club is'set '
with a fitted bodice Intricately were stairways leading to satellite. 'from, ,8:30: p.m.'welcoming ,Gret .
tonight (Thursday, Sept. 1). DkSeafood
cakes joined to a double heart by chin.
designed with rows of tiny pearls
Socializing begins at 6:30: p.m. A
another set of stairs, all with,peach
and irridescent cascadingto
flowers. ,covered;: dish dinner is set for 7p.m.Speaker' .
and mint
a floor-length straight skirt edged green BarbaraLocke for the meeting-will be ,
In lace. The puffed sleeves were top- Cutting the Sarah cake were Hammond. Gospel Sing Sat Football Recruiting Coordinator
r>/o'1th..a.S4IUl\ruffl-/ -: that continuedinto and ',Tim Cassidy from the University of ,
served of
\mf Various finger foods were by Af;.Church "
a loWnJut back forming a FU>rt teardrop on the chapel-length train Carol Fillyaw, Charlene Nelson and The Church of God of Prophecy, Visitors awl' neW members:: '
are .-
and ..; yt ytALLYOUCANEAT
a, with a large lace inset in the center. prepared by Kathy Register floral "Inc., will be having a Gospel Sing 'welcome. '. f a' ,5\NPAVVEDNESDAY! : ; ,j .,MONDAY&'TUESDAY'
Decorations, an
Circling the train were lace insets Gloria Bryan. and cakes this Saturday at 7:30: p.m., A club trip Is being planned to the '
: bouquets
bordered by a soft satiin ruffle. rangements? Mrs. Julia Guest singers will be the Southern Florida-Mississippi game in 'IWo Piece
The bride wore a cap adorned with were prepared of Starke. by' Aires. Everyone, welcome. Pastor Jackson, Miss. this Sept. 10.Subscribe. Country-style 11 L
tiny pearls .and lace appliques en-; ,Alvarez Miss Lisa Fillyaw kept the bride's, W.T. Laney.; 11 Fish Dinnei '$2.29Dining
ding with three layers of llusiion, the book Gineen Fillyaw and Jamie'' Fish Dinner 3.99 : .
,,, longest reaching to below-knee level Lynn Register passed out birdseed ,Keep ESTHER S.HALL' Room Only.,
and edged with lace appliques. She bags. AS YOUR TAX COLLECTOR I

carried roses, white a bouquet daisies and of azaleas peach silk interspersed -* Mrs. Lisa Howe, Miss Nadine An I loncat..Experienced pd l Person poL ady. ]i We Use 100% Cholesterol Free Vegetable Shortening

with babyg breath annd Green and Mrs. Shelley Priest serv- ... .
The chocolate -
ed to -
punch guests.
button with white satin
ivy groom's cake was decorated with a.,
Serving as matron of honor was( golfer.Following ; -
a short wedding' trip, -
Mrs. June Kraus, along with reside in Lake ,
bridesmaids Christine Me-. the couple now BUS .' '.'t JbjLomejs where heart is.
Clenaghan, Priscilla Thomas, Don- Geneva. The bride is 'a 1984 Merchants ", your ,'
and by
is emmployed
jpa Barker and Kathy Register graduate & Southern Bank of .ls : 4 ; ', 1 My heart is in Bradford County, the birthplace,
(sister of the groom). The attendants 'Keystone.;The groom is a' 1979 BUS I p. ,, "' 4' ) of my children and grandchildren. I have a

wore Their taffeta headpieces dresses were in light silk graduate and is employed by' Du- ,I..'". ; .i + vested interest in its future and a deep commitment -
Pont Corp., to providing the most secure environment''

*" for my family and yours. The foundation of my

Church News. ., ''campaign is in the heart, soul,:and conscience of
Bake 'Sale' Set ,* every person in Bradford County '

Chlfdren's,Choir, ,By The Church'of ladies ministry/'Gad at'the Starke r se' ,' .... How I Can' ,Better: Serve' You!.

Program ResumesFirst 1 God will be having a bake'' ','j' .
Church of 4 { ; A "working" sheriff the highest priority'
Baptist Church of Starke hasa ,sale on Saturdays Sept. 3 from 8:30-2: ,', Iquollaw! enforcement for all '
children s choir program,for all taken Winn Dixie. Orders are being ,,, 'v w ;,., 24-hour police protection
children grades 1 through 5. for that special holiday ,* Open door policy.lC eal ible 24 hours/day
Beginning at 2:30: p.m. on Tues- dessert by calling 964-8583 ,or { Prompt police responso ,
day, Sept. 6 the children's choir pro-, 964-5445 or drop by the bake sale. Strong presence in all communities of Bradford County.
.",, gram of Music Makers (grades 1-3) *"Inaemce" training to produce the moat highly,
and Young Musicians (grades 4-5) l truinod officers, .
will resume. The bus picks up the Church of, God Equality in hiring
,children at Starke Elementary and Selling Dinners Sat, ., i', I*A strong support auxiliary ,
,Southside Elementary after school ,, ,c !J ,* Improved lawenforcement, efficiency through networking
and takes them to the church.There The' Starke Church of God will be +. ; '+ with emergency IKIrY celf ..
of snack, selling chicken dinners on Saturday 1' 4 @ .'
they will enjoy a program Initiation of a civil processing division \
recreation and music (both large Sept.3 beginning at 10:30: a.m. The i 4.yf Better education to reduce crime in Bradford County
and small group activities). Parents dinners will include BBQ chicken, '
pick up their children at 4:30: p.m.' ,side dishes,and a drink for a charge ', ,; Ask me.> more about my goals for you,
r ,The public is invitedthis, is an'' of $4 each.. : r i i ',. the citizens: of Bradford County.
outreach ministry of First Baptist. The dinners will be sold on 301
Call the church office at 964-6562 for North, across the'road from the'' Dedicated '
Market ,the a'
more information. Starke Farmers on '
A pre-school choir program for 4-5 church's new property.' You may in lawenforcement-!
year olds meets Wednesday even- buy dinners there or buy tickets by KennethETHERIDGE career -
,Ings from 1:15-8:15 p.m., under. the calling 964-6378 or 9645445. All proceeds 26 1/2yearn in law enforcement ; -
,direction of Patty Kay Elder. will go to the.church building 20 yearn all a member of the Florida Highway Patrol
Music needs to be a vital part of a ,fund.' serving Bradford County ,
'child's life.We can't expect them to ,*. Acting, \ Chief Apopka. Police Department .
if we ,
be budding musicians as youth
don't first develop a love for music
during their childhood.. Enroll your Meet'my' family! *i' ,
child Tna choir program somewhere '
RAY' Dedicated Dependable Married 28 year* to Fay Etheridb'e : ,
,' :,. pd.pol.adv. fD ( *Two children: Kenneth,Jr., and .
-I Tamara Etheridge Mosley .
Knowledgeable Qualified Four grandchildren { '

D 191( 'E! DA91( 'E! (CE!' A Members Madison Street Bnptist Church


XfytV Beginning Our 6tfl Season! Your vote can', make a difference.

With your help and support, I will make sure the

Courtney'sSCHOOL Bradford County Sheriffs Department works "
t hard for you, each and every citizen of Bradford'

'OF DANCE County, while maintainingthe

highest standards of
To Register, law enforcement,

Call 473-7757 .... A New. Respectfully yours,

Beginningfor &f
Classes in Ballet,'Tap & Jazz
Special PreSchooland Bradford County Kenneth G. Etheridge

Adult Classes \ ....pol. adY.

For More Information, Call 473-77S7


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The ,

Terri Fender Honored With Showers yy Notice of Budget HearingThe
(Social :
On Tuesday, Aug. 13 Terri Fender Corsage made by Mr. Julia '
was honored at the' Itetoption: & Alvarez. the ) Bradford County'.* Board County1' ,
Medical Center with' All the guests participated In .I\Jdeofj news Commissioners will hold Its first public hearing on
miscellaneous shower, which was games along with giving Terri bit .... for the fiscal of 1988-89.
held in conference room of advice for her upcoming mark \ M W.ldli > I Orb I I..Jiuri.1 E..rirawevplowr the County Budget year
I A l lavender cake decorated with rlage, Terri was presented with a F' --------*-*Clilirrli.. ----. tYrr. ---Illrlh.------ This hearing will be held at the Bradford
deep purple roses, made by Mrs. keepsake book made by Miss Connie Courthouse In the County Commissioners. Room ort
Diana Blume,was served along with ,Moody, which the hostesses signed Bradford Library Thursday. Septctnbe'r8' 19RB at 8 QQ eDi'v1ted::
,other refreshments. Mrs. Anne along with other guests. Family FilmsTo All rill*?"" of Bradford County to.
Noegel and Mrs. Diana Blume. served The gift table was decorated In Receives Grant Be Shown attend this hearing
refreshments. white with a centerpiece made of The Bradford County Public Public
At L1tNay'The
Honored guests included the several lavender, orchids. The Library will receive$61,000 in grant ..
bride's mother, Mrs. Gaye Tyer and refreshment table was covered with .funds over the next two years,according Bradford County Public
the groom's mother, Mrs. Jackie an army-navy. cloth lined in thebride's : to Library Director Sue Crum. Library will introduce the entire Gilbert S. Drown Lawrence Mosley Esther DP Ellcrson
Johns, chosen color lavender.The family to the wonders of stories and .
No more mildew, breakdowns, Clerk to the Hoard Chairman of Board County,Finance Dlr11
Y.r table centerpiece was driftwood books series of films
leaks or roaches as the grants will through a
Tuesday. Aug. 16'a Tupperware decorated with lavender orchids. enable us. to purchase\ a new beginning Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. ./ ./.
shower was given Miss ender by Hostesses for this occasion were bookmobile, said Crum.The bid process The Children's (Preschool
her aunt, Mrs. Geraldine Tt'mlinson, Martha Myrick Lucile Johns, has already begun so rural Classics will present the film Fish Is
and her'cousin, Mrs. Deanna Coleman Dianne Moody, Connie Moody, residents can look forward to dependable fish.The.
at the home of the latter Virginia Linzy. Tia Osborn,'Joyce and dry bookmobile service by programs are free and open toCallb9644400
The party area was gaily MoOdy.Julia Alvarez( Betty Alvarez early 1389 ,.
decorated with purple balloons. Mrs. and Mane Thornton. "We will offer everything from for further. informa '\J"fJ OFFICIAL BALLOT.84iJ.t
.Cindy Hildebran was, the Tupped The bride's mothers Mrs. Gale Shakespeare to Springsteen on the ,tion. <
ware demonstrator and games were Tver,, and the groom s mmother new bookmobile," according to 1JFIRST. Z
played, with, Tupperware prizes Mrs. Jackie Johns,. both attended, Director Crum. ce GENERAL
given.Refreshments. along with Terri's grandmother, Young ,Adult Services will Im- Fall Film ProgramAt ELECTION .
were erved by the Mrs. Anna Fender and her great- prove dramatically over ,the next STARKE. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
hostesses Miss Fender was grandmother, Ms Susie Owens. due to federal Library Public Library .
presented with a purple mum, made Serves and Construction Act fun Saturday (Family) Specials SEPTEMBER 13, 1988 .
''by Mrs Deanna Coleman, upon her 'Thursday, Aug. 25 Terri was ding, according to Crum. $6,000 has showtime 11-30: a m. -1:30: p.m. To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot/ mark a cross(X)
arrival The bride's mother, Mrs. honored at her place of employment been awarded to implement young Sept 10.Fall of the House of Usher In the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire tovol
Gale Tyer. and the groom's mother. the Fla. Board of Accountancy) adult programming and to purchase Sept. 17 Deer Slayer *. .
Mrs, Jackie Johns, both attended. with a linen shower. Different typesof new'bOoks.
...' salads were prepared by all the "As young peoPlegrow'being ableto Friday (Adult) Flicks. 11 a.m. COMMISSIONER GROUP 1 (
Pine Level Baptist Church was the guests and they all enjoyed the salad act Independently and without, 1 12 noon
setting for a miscellaneous shower luncheon," with cake' served as I embarrassment, is everything. Sepetd W Yosemite and 'The. '(Gar- For Two Years Vote For One
given on Tuesday. Aug: 23. When dessert Many kids think of the library as
Miss Fender arrived she was ''The bride's mother and groom's stuffy, boring ,'or ever worse, Sept. 16 Beyond and Back
greeted and presented! with a purple, mother both!attended hostile' said Director Crum The Sept.. 23 Steven McQueen t.Man on
Young Adult grant,combined with a the Edge HENRY "DANN BELCHER
little staff creativity, committment Sept. 30 Step Dancing: Portrait of ,
and hardwork can turn this attitude a Remained Family and Silver. into
II Rehearsal/ Dinner 'for Dukes-Hicks around. Gold tMonday
The grants would not be possible R. E. "BOBBY" BIGGS
Mr'and Mrs. Milton Hicks were french vanilla cloths decorated with without the continued support of the Night'Young Adult
hosts for a dinner honoring their son french vanilla tapers, garlands of Board of County Commissioners and Movies 6:45: p.m. 7-30: p.m<
Troy and bus fiance Lynne Dukes sprengeri fern and spring flowers. the Library Trustees for the local ,Sept. 12 An Ounce of Cure
following their wedding rehearsal on The head table was centered with a match, saiCrum.Suggestions Sept. 19 Painted Door .
Aug: 19.The' long centerpiece of spring flowers In and comments regarding :+ Sept..26 Concert Statges of Eu peChildren's SAMPLE (
fellowship hall of the First the bride's chosen colors. the bookmobile or young adult
Methodist Church of Starke was the The buffet table and dessert tables program are welcomed call) ( Preschool)
.setting for the dinner, were also decorated with lace cloths 964-6400. Classics 10 -10:30 a:m. COMMISSIONER'GROUP 3
''The tables were covered with lace tapers and spring flowers. Sept.7 Fish Is Fish
Sept. 14 Cornelius For Two Years 'Vole For,One
Children's Storyhour' Word.21 Most Wonderful Kgg in the -' I

Hampton: :Hllltes! By Dolorek Meng.' Set At Public Library Sept..28 Frog and Toad''
Phone 46S-IJ15 Parents are urged to register their J. D. EUNICE \ '
pre-school children for fall "
Sept.., Jamboree..' Storyhour at the Bradford County
i On Saturday Sept, 3, beginning at ''were his aunt and uncle Ricky and Public Library. Storyhour is'' ,RjgisterSept. 8 er'9
7 p.m., ,another, Jamboree will be Susan Langford and children,,.Todd scheduled for each Wednesday ED WALL
held'at the Hampton'City Park.: 'and Mandy.. : ., ,Sept 28 to Nov\ 2,. from 10.30: untilU:30a.m between 4 cti',6 PJif
Chicken: and rice dinners will be c, Among those visiting Lawrenceand. : I e Ba&t '
available for $2 per platen Good live .Teresa Meng last week were' Children will be introduced'to the (1'
entertainment will be featured. 'Dusty Rivers of Key Largo and wonders Of stories and books 1 e7i1p. *?:' .
Proceeds from this project will go'' children Michelle, Chansse and lit- through imaginative, finger'' playsfilms .JAU -l'l I
to the Hampton Recreation Dept.. tle Dusty, puppets crafts, flannelboarcitales
Everyone is invited! and stories by the library's own,
Hampton Elem... master storyteller and director. FALLBOWLING
Leslie Leaves:.. Monday Sept. 5 Is a. school ."Miss Sue", 'r''
'Leslie Brown, son of Mr.'& Mrs. holidayLabor Day Donna Rowell will coordinate the .
Gerald Brown, took a plane ride Kindergarten Open House will\ be pro'ram'and! advises parents to LEAGUE
from, Jacksonville Monday Aug. 29. held Thursday; Sept. 8 at 7 pm., register early'as classes will be .
He will be stationed at the Navy Grades 1-6 will have open house'' limited to 25 children from ages 3'/*
Base in San Diego, Calif., for the Thursday,Sept.15 at 7 p.m."Parents to five years of age. s2L2.Z51QsIuYfor MEET START
next 12 weeks. We wish him went will have the opportunity of visiting Call the Library 964-6400 from It "
On Friday Aug.'2a. Miriam and classrooms and Decoma acquainted to 6 to, inquire about the 'free, program ; Dia'at Monday'1:3O: Seniors 8/22/88 8/29/88

Leslie Walter Myers Brown ir.visited Jacksonville.Mr,. &tMrs.. ,with their child's teachetrawai'U' : .r-. ,,. ,. ... ..' .. Across Old from Armory BUS (+55.;;young)_ '(>' er ,.

A family get-together was held at 964-7098 964-6792
the I Mandarin home 'of Mrs. Viola The first submarine was leather-covered rowboat which Cornelius Van I Monday 7:00: MIxed" 8/29/88 9/12/88
Gray on Sunday, Aug. 28 'as a Drebbel. a Dutch scientist, demonstrated in England; In about 1620.. New League Needs Bowlers 1
farewell for Leslie. Among those at- i
tending were his, parents,Mr.&Mrs. ,,,,,,.
Gerald Brown and his sister.and Tuesday; Mixed: 8/23/88 UND.,
Angela and Daniel Brandt.and Lori Hawes,. 'Cleopatra's Upholstery &Decorating 7i

,Emporium Tuesday: Men's Trio 9/6/88 9/13/88
Visitors... .
322 8. Walnut St. Starke 964-7014 I. \
Mrs. Lily Walker of High Springs
spent several days recently with her' (Next Door to Lake Area Glass) 'Wednesday 9:30 a.m.,: Coffee?. 8/31/88 9/7/88
sister-in-law Mrs. Louise Mattheus. League .
Mrs Mattheus visited her sister, '
Mrs. Ruby Miller,in Greer S.C.I for FREE PICKUP &, i (
five days She was accompanied by COMB VISIT t Wednesday 7:00: Mixed 9/7/88 9/14/88
her daughter and son-in-law, Marcus -: OUR NEW DELIVERY
and Cecile Lanier of West Palm HO ,
:Beach, FREE ESTIMATES Thursday 7:30: Ladies 9/1/88 9/8/88 11,1';,'
Timmy May accompanied his Night Out .
grandparents Ralph and Betty Jo,
''Langford of Fernandina Beach for '
three enjoyable days last week at SAKES HLIVEI Friday,Night: MIxed'' 9/9/88 9/16/88 rr(,
Disney World.Also Joining the group
"If your League is not listed call
Pall Bowling Leagues "' your league secretary"'
J David's( Turning
Now Formlngl TABA (Youth League), FREE Bowling

,ALLTHE WAY WITH RAYpd. Pick'' Up, Your Phone, And 451Congratulations. ,Ages 7 thru 18 'Sept., '10.' 17 &: 24

pol. adv Reserve Your Spot' ,Nowl ,Learn Basic Bowling Skills ((10 a.m.1 p.m.)

,. Starts Oct. 1. 1988 -'1O a.m.
We Love YaulYour5amily

,Lisa With Lawson Bridal ShowerMiss Honored Sign Up Today! 964-8175

Lisa Marie Lawson Sept. 2, 'Delay- Do It Right Away
bride-elect of Rex Donavon Collins, -:
',was honored Tuesday,Aug.23 with a -
miscellaneous shower by the ladiesof

'fellowship,Hope hall.Baptist., .. 'Church' in" the ,Leagues ,Are' Forming As Follows:, 9 WHO DOES ,HE REPRESENT 9

The food ,and gift tables were Mon 1:30 pm Seniors .Wed.'7.0O: pm'Mtxed '
covered with a lace overlay cloths Mon.,7:00 Mixed (New) ,Wed. 7:00 DuPOnt THEM .
centered with,baskets of
pink '
Tue. 7:00 Mixed *
pm Thur. 7:30 ladles .
flowers. Springer! was placed at '
.vantage points on the tables. Guests ,Tue. 7:30 pm Men's ,Thurs. Men's (New.)
''were served refreshments con, Wed. 9:30 am Coffee FW,7:30 Mixed FEW OF GEORGE CRADY ,CONTRIBUTIONS:
sisting of finger foods and punch.
The honored couple was given
many useful gifts by many special Stnrkc Lanes IIUMPAC (?) 'Louisville KY $ 200.00
friends of Hope Baptist as a momento -, Beer Distributors,Tallahassee :$500.00 ,
of,this special occasion Miller Brewing Co.,Milwaukee'' 250.00 TreePac (?),Tallahassee 300.00 :

'An. Offer 'You Can't Refuse., Florida Wholesale Spirits (Liq.), 250.00 Florida Phosphate,Lakeland 500.00 If.
Tallahassee Shell Oil,New Orleans,LA 200.00

Re-Elect & Keep ;Good For ','One,Free Gulf Stream Horse Racing Track 500.00 CitiCorp,New York, NY 250.00

ESTHER S.HALL : Fort Lauderdale 1 Impact (?), Tallahassee, .1000.00Tobacco I

AS TAX,COLLECTOR pd.polity ,Game of,, Bowling Institute,Washington 250.00 James Binger, Minneapolis I

'It's morefun when you bring'ajriend"Expires ,Pompano Park Horse Race Track 300.00 Minnesota (Attorney) 200.00

Sept." 10, 1988 'Of$17,450oo.: Collected Jan. 1, 1988 through June 30, 1988 .

Only $700.00 Collected in District, No. 13 District No., 13 Needs A RepesentativetVOTE !
Only One Coupon Per Person. Per'DaY
Smith'Scholarship FOR ONE OF USI!

1988.,Winners, r ::<< : .

The Smith Scholarship Selection I '
Committee met recently to select ':"_.._........_......._.,.;_..,..____:.i_.,..._ ............ VOTE ,FOR. .
winners for the Poster Shi and Mary NameAddress '
Ann Smith Scholarship Program.The _____ '
---w.- -- ---*- -- '
recipients for this year are' ; Monta'C.' ,
Donna Jackson of Lake Butler,Donna --. -- ,.--7---- ---- Zip Code_--______
Moody of Lake Butler and

Stephanie Redding of Starke Phone_ _._ ., .._ .. '
-- -- -- ----- ,-- -- -- : -
The' winners, who are in their, WINGATEHouse

$junior 500 scholarship year of college grant.each receive a My Choice, of 'Leagueju w, ,,,-t" ,., _"'-

The Smith Scholarship Program
in Preferred Day; of Week. ,' Dist. 13
was begun 1984 with a donation Representatives) -
from the family of Foster Shi and '
:Mary Ann Smith.'The donation jiro- Preferred Time (Mom., Art., Night) .. it
ides the students with $300 to
,expenses for books and,tuition.cover Compiled from Record Fifed In Secretary oStat..ORSc. Pd. PoL Adv.(Dem.'rk. .)


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i RANDALL MANNING and' graded road and the' end of ,said LAWRENCE J: BERNARD ESQUIRE boundary, 361 54 feet to on iron pip lo

I 1--! TINA MANNING.,, centerllne.Has Attorney for PlolntlH2Q6.t Poe From POB thus doncribed' (continue
D.I.ndon"r been filed against you, orJ'yolt' Park Slr..t'Jock.on.II. South ,7TI4'19" East, along! said Sly
ore required to serve Q- copy of your .,, FL 32204I boundary, 125.00 feet to an,,,lrn 'pipei' '
NOTICE OF ACTION R.written defenses, If any to It on James ((904)) :84-8488 I> thence South 00"07I9' East ,parallel '
TO, RANDALL MANNING and TINA Flynn Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff with the aforesaid W'ly boundary at the '

NOTICE OF TRANSFER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD ,MANNING. ,address unknown and all whose Street address Stake I I. 405 West Georgia MFC/BL-29. ,NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, 0 distance ,of''3S7 ',, '

'In compliance with Florida Public S-r- COUNTY FLORIDA parties claiming Interests byt through, before September, Florida 12 1988 32091 and, file on the or TB.33934FHA091.145234.270 feet to an Iron pipe: thence North

vice Commission Rul. 2S-4.005, Control PROBATE DIVISION under or against h.m, and all partioshaving original with the', Clerk of this Court 771419 West parallel with th.'
Telephone Company of Florida CASE NO 88,57.CP or claiming to have any right tie either before service Plaintiffs aforesaid Sly bo'undarv of CR C<225. a
on Attorney
("<:.nt.'") and ALLTEL FIA., Inc. FILE NUMBER 1.3938 tie or lnt.r.st In th.' property hr.ln or Immediately thereafter otherwise -. 8/11 4tchg9/lS distance' of 125.00 feet to on ,iron pipe.
(""LI.TEL") h.r.by glv. nolle that they .PROBATE DIVISIONIN described a default will be entered Control 0801" thence North 000719' West parallelwith
'Intend to III. a Joint Petition to frontier RE: ESTATE OF YOU ARE NOTIFIEb than an action forforeclosure for the relief demanded In Ih.ogoln.t'you Come ., -----,,- ,aforesaid ,I W'ly boundary; 33733
all of Centel'i! right and obligation oi a HILDA LOUISE HOUSTON, of mortgage regarding the plaint. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO feet to the POB
t.l.phon. company and effective tome Deceased following property Ire Bradford County; DATED on July 29. 1988. REGISTER Has been filed against you and you
time after the approval of the Florida' NOTICE Td CREDITORS Florida: BIll 4tchng9/) FICTITIOUS NAME are required to serve'a copy of your
PublicS.rvlc. ,A parcel of land containlg 1.00 acre, written defenses, if to It on JamesR
Commltlcn In the follow (Summary Administration, ) 'Control;: 0808 Pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida any
Ing area TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS, OR more or less, and lying In the NE 1/4 of Statutes, notice Is that the Flynn, Esquire, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Th. South.o.t quarter ESTATE South, Rang. 21 East Bradford NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Street Stork., Florida 32091,
14, Township,, 7 South Rang. 21. : County Brewer Cory D. Brewer Joshua C. on on
East located 'In Bradford County You are horoby) notified that an Ordorof Florida, said parcel being more particularly REGISTER Brewer. 171S East Call St. Stork. Fla. before September ,12. 1988 and tile, the
Florida., Summary Administration ho., boon described as follows:, FICTITIOUS NAME 32091, joint owner, doing business' ,original with the, Clerk of' this Court
The Joint Petition proposes that the ontorod>> In the Estate of Hilda loulio Commence at, a concrete monument under the firm name of B-4 Power ,either, before Service on, Plaintiffs, Attorney .
one cuttomer requettlng tervlce In the Houston dncoasod Fill Numbor 3938.. found 6t the Southeast corner of said Pursuant to Section 86$.09. Florida'Slatut System, 1713 ,East Call Street, Stark., or immediately thereafter otherwise
area to be tronsf sired will be charged by the Circuit Court for Bradford County NEI/4 of NEI/4 and 'run North 00 _, notice is hereby given that the Florida 3201 Intends to register said .a d.loult.will be entered'" again' **
rates currently In effect and on file with Florida' Probat Division, tho oddroM of degrees, 12 minutes land: 55 Second undersigned ,Connie J. Hannon and fictitious name under the aforesaid you for the relief.demanded In the Com
.. the Florida Public Service Commission which I. North Tamplo Avonuo P.O. West, along the Easterly boundary Rose Smith 138 N Waters Street, Statute plaint. "
for "LL TEL. Drawer B. Starko, Florida 3209K that the thereof, 435.00 feet;' thence South 89, Slarke, FL 32091 joint owner, doing Doted this 26th day of August,1988. .In DATED on'July 29 1988
CENTRAL TELEPHONE. COMPANY OF, total cash value of the ostato I. loss than. degrees, 35 minute and 14 second business under the firm name of ILLU Bradford County. ,Bill 4tchng9/1
,'. FLORIDA $23.000,00 and that the porno and ads West parallel with the Southerly) bound SIONS The Hair Studio 138 N. WatersSt. 4tpd 9/t 32 Control 0801Rc''Elect'
ALLTEL, FLA., INC. drosso. of those to whom''It has boon dory of sold NEI/4 of NEI/4 a distanceof ., Starke,, FL 32091, intends to register Control 0827
Control 0829 assigned>> by such ardor are; 191.90 feet for the Point of Beginning 'said fictitious name under the aforesaid -.'.- _.-
i\\ Itchg 9/l Edna Bokor. 707 Florida', Stroot, From Point of Beginning thus described statute. : & Keep
.' ,- I 1tchg 91 is Starko,'Florida 32091. continue, South 89 degrees., 55 minutes Dated this 9th day of August, A.D. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
'. Batty Jo Boorol, 962 OClon"Blvd.. ''and 14 seconds West, parallel with said '1988 In Bradford County. 'EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR ESTHER S.,'HALL,
Atlantic Boach Florida 32233: Southerly boundary., 171.20 feet' thence 8/11) 4tchg 9/1 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA AS TAX COLLECTOR
: ,.;r :;' NOTICE OF BIDS H.B. Durdon Sr. 527 Goldon Rod North 00 degrees, 07',minutes and 19 Control: 0809 MIN ". ". ...,. pot.d\
f', ',' Tho Bradford County Board of County: Lane. Noptuno Bloch Florida 32233; Seconds West parallel with the Westerly MIL: ACTION, ""
Commissioner' It accepting Soalod Bids Francos Grogory518 McCullum: Circle boundary of sold NEI/4 of NEI/4 a
on a Stand.Alon* I-9M Tolophoni ; Noptuno Beach Florida 32233 distance of 273.96 feet, thence South 77 JUDICIAL COURT CASE NO.: 88..457. .CAU '
System. Bids should bo ont to: All parsons oro roqulrod to fill with degrees. '14 minutes and 19 seconds CIRCUIT FL'ORIOA'IN AND FOR BRAD, ,,' Florida "FishiV Holes"
'. Clork of the CourtP. the clerk of sold court, WITHIN 3 CALEN. ,East 17562, feet; thence South 00 FORD,COUNTY KITEPlnlntifl ,I" '
O. Drawer B OAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE FIRST; degrees, .07 .
,,minutes and 19 seconds CASE NO 88.1b8-CA: The 'location. ot 5H1 charted
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THIS all claims
Slarko, Fl. 32091: NOTICE East parallel with said Westerly boundary ;
.1 'or brought to the Bid) Opening. Tho Bid 'against the ostato In the form and man- 234 93 feet to the Point of Beginning DIVISION, v.. ',' .: : ',1, and,offshore fishing spot! :iii i
; Oponing will 'toko plocq at 10:00 o.m nor proscribed by Soctllon 733.703 of tho I Florida
be found
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,j,, October .3, 1988 at'tho' regularly Florida Stotutos. and Rulo 5.490 of tho Reserving therefrom on eosefinent for MOSE C:?,GRIFFIS'' '" :.'' '" ] 2-pag
Florida Rulos of )
tchadulad Board mooting. Probato and Guardianship Ingress and egress over the Southerly Defendant. FlondaCharted; Saltwater fhhin'
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Procedure a corporation
'8/25 2tchg 9/1 ALL CLAIMS AND )15.0 'feet, Plaintiff '. \ 'Holes," 'Included tor ,!each 'Hole is a"
.d : Control 0824 Above. described'parcel ,being conveyed vs. ,NOTICE OF ACTIONTO ,discussion of
'FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. water depth species of
i with o right of/ ingress and : MOSE .C.. GRIFFIS!: address
egress RICHARD CUDDINGTON.; : etc. at ol.i,
of this Notlco has b ,
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on August 25, 1988 "" ... gun' over a strip nf land being 30 feet In width, Dofondants. unknown and all,parties claiming ,Interests there1,, .best season! tott,, >,rt and:
EUGENE F. SHAW and lying 15.0 feet on each side of the by,through under or' against wrUHbdits and Jure* to use Pd'as-p'

'FREE Attorney for Potltlonors,, following described centerline: ,NOTICE OF SALE them and all parties having or tlairrung ?:allow) 4 to 6:week 'for
..: Commence delivery Remit
925-E North Temple Ave at the Southeast corner of Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to have any right title or Interest in the .
Ej4EXPLORING'' Stork. Flo. 32091 '" the NEI/4 of, NEI/4 of Section 10. \to on ardor or a summary final |udgmont property herein described $4.50 'per espy: to Bureau orMapsCharts'
Township 7 $South Range 21 East Bradford of foreclosure ontorad In the abovocaptlonod YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for ''
GOD'S WORD Telephone: ((904)) 964-$200 P.O. Box 53>7, Tillahassee. -
a252fchg9Control /< County Florida and run North OO action, I will soil the property foreclosure of mortgage regarding, ,the
degrees, 12 minutes ,and' 55 seconds Honda 32J14 I .'
,' '' 0826 'situated In Bradford .Co..ntyFlorida., following property In Bradford County,
HOME: BIBLE STUDY' ,, ""''';,"' ,,: West, along the Easterly boundary doscrlbod as, ,Florida: ,.
[ r thereof, 435.00 feet; thence'South 89 Lot 1 of Block 1 In Whit Acres Subdivision A parcel of land containing t (0 acre
The Bible Course Is taught In your. .IN 'THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA' degrees, 55 minutes and .14'seconds as recorded In Plat Book 2, page 73 and lying In the NE 1/4 of NE I 1,4 of Sec
home free of charge. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT', IN AND, FOR' 'West,'parallel with the Southerly boundary of the public records of Bradford County, tion' 10 ,Township 7 South. Range ,il 'STARKECIruRCH
This b a non-denominational study; BRADFORD FLORIDA of said NEI/4( of NEI/4, a distance. Florida East" Bradford ,County Florida said GOD
based only on what. 'thus salth the .COUNTY \ of 160.00 feet to the Point of Beginningof lOt public sale, to the highest and bat parcel being more particularlydesctibed OF ,.
word of God,,* Civil: ACTION' said centerlina From Point of Beginning bidder for cosh, at tho. front door of tho as follows: : 422 N. ST. CLAIR -064-S44S ;
x APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.PC.' ; )II thus described ,continue. South 89 Bradford County Courthouse In Stark, Commence at o cancrete'.monum.n( John Spratlin, faster
degrees, 55 minutes, and 14 ....ond.W..I. Florida at 11:00 7 located at the NW corner of sold NE 1/4 '
a m. on Soptombor
7823303: CASE !NO' ,: 88 456-CAL !. \Ve Invite you to worship with\ %via.'
with said boun. '
parallel ; Southerly J988. of NE 1/4 and run South 00.07'\9" East,
.Rev Emmett Bright,, .J. KITE'Plolnllff dory 469.71 feet; thence North 77degrees ,, Data this 4th day of August,.1988.; along the W'ly boundary thereof, 137.72,, (Attended Nursery,"
to schedule your horr.a bible ,: **-*" ( 14 minutes and 19 seconds: GILBERT S. BROWN 'f..t to the Sly boundary the Row of, SundaySchool ',.'(.,,.''.: lOam
West 330.12 feet to the Easterly boundary Morning Worship : /V, lam
for ( CR C'225 '(formerly SR S-2251: thence
study or oddltlonol Information CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy
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of,the right .of way of. a County South' 71'14'111" East, along said 'Sly Evening .. 6pm
vs, Carol WilliamsAs Wfdnrsday" Youth . .. 7.JOpm
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Blankenship'sChimney I ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS. ,,,, mover* and shaker* In the
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7 Service I HWY 301 North %" God does not make lhl.
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t 964-8278 964.7500 '? eye. each: person I b unique, and -
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Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales love* each ol/ us, so He would.
Eyeglass h..IoY.ane.nolh..nat SUPPLY SERVICE,
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,..,' 103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588 964.7783 864 N. Temple 964-706t 964-6111

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Wa rebuild starters, "
& Generatorsalternators :SfeVe and Cindy Futcr wam.y 238 Washington St. Starke

.Auto Marine-Cycle Batteries 'Starke 964-6200( wins 13 964-5274 964-6871 ./

407 N. Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights,, 473-3176)

Tueodo. Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD'SAUTO
Andrews Drugs Community ,Crafts & Consignments SALVAGE

1 ,State Bank w Psm.y Located off 100 S,toward Keystone W* Buy Junk & Solvag.abl.Cart.

For All.Your ',Pharmacy. Needs _____ of Stark, ; take.rtflht on 24th Ave follow sign Hwy 301-3 Ml. N, cf st ark e
,Starkes Only Home Owned Eves 964-5898 "

"356 W* Madison 964-717Q Independant" Bank 'Nmr Ie ,.23 Aft Nature Sings of Jesus' 964-7345

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TRANSMISSION SERVICE Corner of US 301 & State Solurdoy.112-35.: I L' FREE PICKUP DELIVERY '964-4425

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24 HR( Wrecker Service, at the church of your choice affordable prices 964-6633' 681 N.Temple Ave. a 964-681O 642 N. Walnut 964-6722:
: exhaust 1018 N. Temple 964.6461 183? Raiforf Rd, 0 964-7777 HWY 301 So
Custom made systems

FLORIDA' NATIONAL NAPA AUTO PARTS Terwillegar Motors, inc. .SAWYER >sr4C""t""cr".vvv'vvvr;ti
i! ,206 W. Madison & US 30t' SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Directors & "All the right t parts in I ,all t the .. Can w for ALL your ga >appliance a .\.TAK.MKt '
'Officers. places" Starka 964-7200 heating or Air Cond. Needs I CanputcrixcdPharme
Staff right SR 21 Keystone HeightsdllfiSilnsurance. 1103 S. Walnut St. a O64-77O1 127 E. Call St. e 964-7810
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Church groups 964-8358
Printing -- .nice Supplies 964-4695 964-8061 Hwy 100 Temple A e. 964-2858
'113 E. Call St 964- 925 1614 N. Temple 964-8175 TULLERCHIROPRACTIC


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It's a fact, you can do CompreteTireShop, & Auto .' "'flL41l Need Il F-m. a.I.s+. T.tsw.e

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1 434,W. Call. 964-5827 64-64 R" V r PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS Mark Mulllns & Em loyees aeons.iwrrrwenuwL! .'V8IoowllJ\ Q8&.41M1O.II6Io-7880eJol'Bwf28204171 I
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a.renrr. anrf SwbVfOPtl GEORGE ROBERTS



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ra.1.TELEGRAPII Sept.mb.F 1,1988I

) PEE Hall in Race for School 'BoardThe .. > : ,,' ,,:

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Y ti n only contest for School Board Hall recently retired from the Du-. school bus driver. He Is'an Insurance

:;',, 'oj.' I would like to take this opportunityr Member 1.. for the District 4 seat Pont Corporation as an employee agent with Liberty National Insurance '

'" Bradford held by Rodney Hall of Theressa, a relations supervisor where he coordinated Company. Prior to that he :
'J to ask you the Citizens of veteran of 24 yean service on the management safety' was self employed and cites his' .J

County to again allow me the board, opposed by James Watson of mechanical and operator training.He business experience as an asset ,
Graham.Dr. is presently serving on active which will assist him in making decisions \ I \::
;.. privilege ,of serving you as Tax Len ScMofman incumbentand duty with the Florida National If he Is elected. ,"

rt J + Collector for the next four years. It candidate for the District 3 seat Guard and is a Sergeant Major at Watson attended two years of col-
h A Is unopposed and will not be listed on certification
1f t. 'Camp Blanding.Hall lege and has
will be Impossible for me to see each the ballot. points to the Bradford In various. areas of insurance .programs .: ,

and every one of you before election. Rodney Hall a 24 year veteran Is Schools saying they are In the best .
the dean of the local school board.
condition they have ever been in.
but I hope that when you go' to the He emphasizes that his many years Test scores are buildings are Time for a change?" asks Wat ,

polls on Sept. 6. ''that you vote for me 'of experience on the board com painted, roofs don't leak service bus son. Changing personnel on the
pliments the enthusiasm of newer fleet Is
is modernized food
Board the resourcesrepresented
School taps
ESTHEFJ S. HALL and keep your members. _
excellent, pupil-teacher ratio has by individual layper",
Hall has served terms on the been benefits .
friend In the coutth use. many reduced employee .
sons he
board of directors of the Florida have been improved, and school says.Watson

Thank You.ESTHER. School Board Association. He has taxes for 1988-89 are lower. and his wife Joan, a :,

S. HALL served on the Association's committees James E. Walton Graham, cites school teacher at Brooker Elementary

a v. be is an active participant in his involvement and experience School have two children Clay

the Starke/Bradford County gained with the Bradford County and Doug. .
Chamber- of Commerce. school system as a It: year veteran





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West; 37X65: ter'ifience South 20 ., R. Flynn Esquire Attorney for Plaintiff
Election 88. v. ''degrees'' 44 minute and 49 seconds whose address I I. 405 West Georgia
'. .' ... I'" I'" II East 333.96 feet to the end of laid 60 Street Stark, Florida :3201. on or
I""i '""r" j, ., ... .TED I. MANNING and too' road and the beginning of a road 20 before September '12. 1981 and III,.. me
rr- N4.1A f ,,' ,1,1, 'CHARLOTTE M. BANNING feet .In. width and lying 10 feel' on each original' with the Clerk of this Court
,' District 1, has three candidates run, .- -" .- ._ .J ,Del.ndontt. side of said centerline; thence continue either before service en Plaintiffs Attorney -
(Davia Dewayne Elder ning for the seat being vacated 44 .
aQd Ray by ,..South'20 degrees minutes and 49 or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
Norman. Commission Chairman Lawrence MCTITIOUS NAME .econd East along said centerflne, a default will be entered againstyou
,The office of Sheriff also has three Mosely. Mitchell Brown 'Ross NOTICE Is horoby given that, thaundorslgnad ''NOTICE OF ACTION 30.88 feet; thence South 21 degrees, 12 for the relief demanded In the)Com-
candidates: Kenneth Etheridge; Chandler and Herman Johnson will doslrlng to engage 'In tO: TED E,MANNING and CHARLOTTEM. minute and 51 seconds East 32.16 feetto plaint.
Glen Moore, and incumbent Dolph be on ballots In only three precincts; businoss undor the fictitious name ol E-Z MANNING, oddr.ss unknown, and the end of said centerline. DATED on July 29, 1988.
Reddish. 28, 3B, and 7. WHEELS Intands to roglstor', sold nam. all parties! claiming interests by, Ha. been filed against you and you
The office of Tax Collector is a two For County Commissioner.., with the Clark of the Circuit' Court Brad through under or against them, and all are required to Serve o copy of your 8/1 4tchg 9/1 ,
way race pitting incumbent Esther District 3, Ralph Bryan and lord County. Florida, In accordance with parties having or claiming to have any ,,written defense. *,.If any!: ta It on,James .Control. 0803. .. .
\ S. Hall aginst challenger Carl Hurst. Lawrence Griff are challenging incumbent and as roqulrod by Suction' 865.09, right, till.' or Interest }In the property
Superintendent of ,Schools Jim Maxie Carter, Jr. Only Florida Statutes.HARDY herein described.
Duncan ,Is being challenged by voters living in precincts 5A, 8A, 8B, AUTO SALES, INC. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
former administrator and now ag 9A. and 9B will have this race on the. 8184tpd98Control foreclosure of mortgage ,regarding the
teacher David B.Smith, Jr. ballot, 0815 following prooerty In Bradford County,

Property Appraiser 'Jimmy In school board races, only one PUBLIC AUCTION" Florida Description: Lot 67 (Combined) A r r ,
'Alvarez and Supervisor of Elections contest is extant. School Board NOTICE Is I horaby glvonn that on Mon parcel of land containing<:2.00 acres;
---. Neva Flynn also have terms expir- member Len SchoLfman is unopposed day, Soptombar 5, 1988 at 10.00A.M.. more or led, and lying 1 In the SW1/4 of QuenlumtPUs "
ing but are unopposed for re ,. and so !Is not on the ballot. the undorslgnad, Gator Froightwoys' the NEt/4 of Section 10 Township 7
election, and so will not be on the Inc., will soil at public auction for cash at South" Range 21 East Bradford County < ,
ballot In District 4, Incumbent Rodney 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida;/ ; said parcel being mar. partICutarly .
Hall is opposed by James Watson. .ono lot of furniture consigned (to Willie described a* follows: SAVINGS ON. THE LINE" '
District Races... Four precincts are Involved in this William., Parry Fl.. The South 262.98 feet of the North
, Bradford County Commission race: IDA,.IOB,, 11 and 16. ta satisfy frolgrir' and storage .:horg".. 92Q.42: feet of the West 331.29 feet of
" undor the provisions of Section 4b( ) of sold SWt/4 of' NE1/4.
,," Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. Reserving therefrom an easement for ,
Three Running for Mayor Gator Frelghtways, In':. Ingress, egress and utilities 'over the "
COrr4orPro eOll.rly5.0| feet thereof
14-815365 did 6/9/88 Above described parcel being conveyed .\
I" Two for Sheriff ''in Hampton ConiroI0,25. with 0 right of Ingress, egress and Summer Tank Installation
8/25 2(chg 9/t utilities 'Over1' the...' fallowing .described. '
,. parcels: SPECIALS
Two'races are 'on the 'Hampton,, suspending th'e elected' marshal. 'The Northerly. 30.0 feet of the Westerly
ballot with voting set for Sept. 13. Two persons have qualified for the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 424.81 feet of the SE1/4 of the NE1/4' AS LOW AS
Three persons are running for the three open city council seats, and REGISTER and the Northerly 30.0 feet of the Easterly
mayor's seat, being vacated by cur. will be elected unopposed.The coun- FICTITIOUS NAME r ,993.90 feet and the Easterly 30 feet of $4650Includes
rent Mayor Elwood Padgett, who Is cil will appoint a third council Pursuant to Soclion865.09, Florida the West 346.29 feet of the North 920.42
running for; police chief. They are' member, said Clerk Wadsworth. Statutes, nonce Is hereby given that the feel of the SWIM of NE 1/4 of said Sec
the current city' clerk Gordon Walden Wadsworth, who is the'' undersigned' ; R. 'V, DURRANCE 864 N, flon'' 10. tank Installationup
Wadsworth,. a former mayor; Lola brother of Clerk Gordon Wadsworth Temple Ave? Starko, fli- 32091, Bola Alsovcommence; at a Concrete monument
Williamson, a former clerk and city and is finishing his first two year owner doing business under the firm located at the Northwest corner of ( to 30' of material)'
( council member and 'term nama of DURRANCE PUMP, & SUPPLY the NEI/4 of the NEI/4 of said Section 10
Amy Davis on the council and Ted Curtis,
Tank. full of
CO.. ,
864 N '
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Tomplo AvonueStarko. ft and turf and gas
appointed to the city council when the most senior council member South 0 degrees 07 minutes
Ida Creighton resigned and moved with 16 years of experience on the 32091 Intends to register sold fictitious 19 seconds East along the Westerlyboundary No tank'rental until 1989 .
under the aforesaid
name statute. ,
thereof f feet to' theSoutherly
out of town. 137.72
council are elected by default andwon't
Dated this 15th day of August AO" boundary of the right of Complete gas Inspectionof
Vying to be elected marshal are appear on the Sept. 13 ballot. way
.. current Marshal Ray Simmons and The newly elected officials will be 1988 In Bradford County, Fla.Control 0823' ,of County Rood 225(formerly State RoadS225) your appliances'
) thence South 77.degrees, 14
current Mayor Elwood Padgett. in The !
sworn Sept. 14. city charter
8118 4tpd 9/A/ ,
minutes and 19 seconds East along saidSoutherly
.. Simmons was fired by the city IomI' 'calls for the Induction to take placein ''': '' : ''405.77 feet to the .
,( mission for not being the October but the .
on job charter was ,
road for
centerline of Pointof
FLORIDA'EIGHTH an existing
but reinstated when he amended in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'
enough was 1985 by a vote of the
Beginning (said rood being 60 feet In (
I' ," contested the firing in Circuit Court electors to have the Induction in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,' IN AND FOR .
'. width and lying 30.0 feet on each side ofa '
> 2350 SW Archer Road
." because the council did not follow September, as had been the practice BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.. centerline described a* follows). From Suburban
::", their. own_.u procedures'_ .. _. by first,_ ._ according:. to Clerk Wadsworth. CIVIL ACTION ': Point of Beginning\ thus described run Propane Galn. vlll FL
,; South degrees, 07 minutes and 19 Call Toll-Free
CASE NO.: 88. 13.CA; 'seconds East, parallel with the Westerly '
-- boundary of sold NEI/4 of NE I 14. 'a''' -Qu.nlum 1-800-330-8998
-- L.J. KITE distance of 378.18 feet: thence South 15 M (Irei""'"M _.rM_.tom_.. else _-
Plaintiff, degrees; )15 minute and ,41,.' seconds

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359 is.-13" 539, 10599Jl11't ( Ltr 1.. Married to Janice Johnson

J 2. Three children: Laterra, Ledezman and Lamiriam
i1 : 1 I ; LOWENB.RAU! r 3. Life long resident of Bradford County

' EARLY eMoGIJ&Aa "' "AiI! (ro{, L 4. Son of Cephus & Minnie Johnson of Lawtey
299 1In.a1175 '
TIMES 39'uN59 5. Graduate, of the Bradford County, School System (formerly
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539rtet1059 6, Graduate of BETS Electronics School

JIM ( '7. .'Attended Santa Fe Community; College .

BEAM 1MB QoronnsA,reElr ar iMiIml01dk ere 8., Employed by IBM Corporation as a Customer Service''
esaAAR R tree titan:
UTEII .met cute s ..,, .. Representative
C5U 912 / 99n..+ 459''r' ?1799 {9 + 739 G 9. Member of the' Sales Team; of Terwillegar Ford in Starke .",

95.00 LONE Black Label Beer ?q 10.;. Baptist Faith
i / t STAIR 11-11 et8sISfl1I1OIRII Huggers, '>U.,, ,,;Knows that being a Commissioner has,a big responsibility,
''I Black, Velvet III/E rA Q(1 NAIL LenI0i1.met BUMogEX acting as the legislative', governing body of our county."

CAIIAIIIAIIj' j'S't + 599 9C229 aMr 880 '12.' Serves on the Board of"Directors of the Suwannee River '

7 UTtIlWI :Economic Council, Inc.

77.00 Of 99 It ''13. Serves on the Policy'Advisory. Committee of LawteyElementay

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12 oz. BTLS. Knows that our and Commissioner
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use r '799 4.35 tar'"as CananiACARDI must be open minded to meet the challenge while still being

( Distilled m ,responsive 'to the needs of the people. :We must work together;)

11 1 ( Gin ''eas uaI to continue the betterment for our citizens.
GIN 11 oZ: BTLS..J 'Tb. (" ,I am free to'represent all the people of the district and county..

1.75 UTBI 4-IIU( original 'My hands are not tied to any special interest group
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+w 4'.r41t"h..Fr.4teNa". MYERS'SRUM ,I'say we'live in America, with a'Democratic process, why not let'
Tit, hrl< RELSKAr rM 'Gis' Democracy work allowing all the'people of District One to have
VODKA Bacardi
M 1100E rum r1._, 201 hs- i rnYN..r 'a hand in saying;,who the next Commission for District will be.
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pine This is.your: County, the Commissioner is your Representative.Let .

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TELEGRAPH September I, 1988

Rally in Theresa.. ,

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:nay .Norman 'says every' citizen claims courts, Insurance agent;for Glen Moore Is a native of Bradford ments 'in the state with twice the an enrollment of 4,000 students' with remember when the It county i is over budgetwas $6
has the right to vote and that right county employees, paymaster for County, has raised his family here staff." Reddish says the reason Is 618 employees., .. $300,000, now be prepared to
million. We need to
was not so easy to come by, and county employees, and overseer of and has 23 years experience in law the dedication to the Job of his staff. "Admittedly,we are not perfect, Another concern: is
should be exercised whenever possi- the county budget. enforcement, two yean with the .Supt. Duncan said, "But we can be meet the growth. Chcmber
Starke Police, 1V4 years as a Bob Mllner, a Republican'' candidate -' excellent without being perfect." jobs. "I will work with the
ble.Norman has much public work experience -> ,|,Sherifps Race..., policeman and six months as acting for sheriff,states he has lived Ten years ago Duncan becae'principal of Commerce to lure good clean the taxnntn. in-
but has no record in public "No one is compelled to choose the chief, plus 21 years with the Sheriff's in. Bradford County 20..years,, he at BHS. Graduating, requirements dustry. to our county to help
off ire.He has worked 20 years at the profession of'a police officer," says Department where he rose to chief received a 'degree In Criminal were Increased and
Justice from Florida State University tough standards were instituted to
Community State Bank, working his Kenneth Etheridge, "but in school all NowBHS County
to executive is has worked 14V4 in corrections keep everyone day. ;
way up vice-president. chosen' he must live up to its standards Moore knows what needed to years
He says he was responsible for Its ." stop crime in Bradford County, he and law enforcement, and was graduates have a very, very Made Carter, Jr has drawn op,
day to day operations and made the Etherldge worked for the Apopka says, and will take an active and in the Division of Corrections 10V4 low rate of unemployment; he said., position from two opponents, Ralph
''day to day decisions necessary lor Police Department, was a sergeantand continuous part In the program. He'' years. He has worked for the Florida The school system now. par Bryan and Lawrence Griffis.
its It will start Department of Law Enforcement in ticipates in 17 different sports. This Carter was chairman of the board
operation. was run in a very later chief there, he says. He has an auxiliary program In
the Jacksonville covering 23 counties in year there are 24 cheerleaders.'We and was instrumental in having the
profitable manner, having excellent lived in Bradford County: 20 department.The
audits from both the FDIC and State has been with the Florida Highway years county is growing and with' central and north Florida, a job have 120 students in the band program state take' back SR-18 for
from which he had to to run and 160 Involved in the music of millionto
resign $1
Comptrollers offices Patrol during that time, and is now growth comes crime. Moore states maintenance, a savings
Norman has been twice presidentof traffic homicide for he is a dedicated law enforcement for sheriff. He Is now a full time Instructor programs. the county, he said. "Now I hear
the .Chamber of Commerce, three counties. investigator' ,officer and will have only dedicated at the Vo-Tech Center in David B.Smith Jr.,challenger for'the' they are going to widen the ,whole
Starke, teaching Criminal Justice, a superintendency says he has, "
road Carter added.
Secretary/Treasurer of the people In his department. ,
Etheridge said he has over 1,000 been in education for
21 15 in
new course just being offered local- years, Brad-
Bradford-Union Cattlemen'sAssociation hours of police officer training. His Dolph Reddish, incumbent sheriff, Bradford >ind assis- According to a study made,
; was an
for 17 years, and a' goals' for the Sheriff's Department has been sheriff 18 years, since tint ly. tant ford County was providing more
member for 17 years and presidentfor are to instill pride In the,depart elected in 1972. ."Values, in general, have changed before superintendent in Flagler Bradford County paved roads to prisons than'anywhere
eight years of the Bradford Fair' ment, to serve everyone in the county "My personnel, if you line us up' ," Milner says. "Other.counties County .returning ,to. else in the state, Carter
behind other have :2 to 3 times the number of ; made a recommendation to the
Association. and to make Bradford citizens any county, are just as
A Smith is to
Norman says the State Constitution proud of their sheriff's department. '''good as any," Sheriff Reddish said. deputies. He will use volunteers in lower top priority. says, lose' legislature to provide funds to the
says what the duties of the County The drug problem, has 1o be attacked ,Yes, we are understaffed"he said, the department and will beef up the one-third j the of, dropout our high rate.school"We students small counties serving prisons with
Clerk are, among which are the at the beginning. Murder of but the problem is money. :I'I unders- crime prevention activities in the between the 9th and 12th : paved roads.
treasurer for the county, keeper of the dealers and pushers is beginning tand the tax base in the county,and department.' Another priority is''accreditation. Carter will be the senior memberon
all records for the county, recorder to come into the county. This has to am living within the means we have 'It takes more than experience"to "We have accredited the board, having served 12
for all court actions: the circuit be stopped now, before, it begins, "Our record of solving crime rates be sheriff, he says.,.Attitude and school and that only is BHS.one I will worktowards years. With one new member comIng -
court?.the county court, and small i states Etheridge.. right up there with other' depart l, desire to serve are important too. having all our schools ac aboard and one in his first term hey
Tax Collector... credited." he said. the experience will be needed,
Smith will also /pays.
Esther Hall, incumbent, has spentall Superintendent Committee Ralph Bryan is a native of Brad-
her life in Bradford County she Advisory ford County with five children. He
assist in' feel- for the
having a \
states and has worked since highSchool
needs of the various schools in the was employed by DuPont for 30
THANKS FOR THE TEArI'! in the tax collectors office. district. years, has retired and is now in the
She is a certified tax collector,and real estate business.

has had eight years of good audits County Comm. Dist. 1... "I can add knowledge 'and ex-,
"If you are not given good courteous Three candidates patience to the board. I know how to
service, I want to know." she says. the District 1 County are Commission running do the job." he said. He Is the only
"I am running own race, I am .
my Bradford Countian to have served on
I have enjoyed going door: to door and talking with everyone. I learned'a not connected." with any one person or seat mission being vacated Chairman by present.Lawrence Com- .the board of directors of the State

great deal, arid I really appreciate the hospitality' that you have have group.been No added additional to the staff employees in the Mosley. .Association, when he was County a former Commissioners com
Mitchell Brown of
tome and Before vote 6,1 would like to eight she has-held the office. resident
extended my family. we on Sept. years Lawtey, says he is capable of missioner from 1969-76.
Computers have been added' programs Lawrence Grlffis will strive to
review some of holding the office for the bettermentof
my have been entered, the'special "
the county. With the growing help reduce taxes. 1 will venture
phUosopbles.'H' ,., assessment was programmed down and explore road to
.. .1 population the county has growing every
: ',I ,t ? ';)', t : / e ; ; ,': : }' Her opponent, Carl Hurst, says volunteer departments who need be a full time commissioner, the
Cite : : government is not entirely foreign to growth in the will demand it,'
1.. ,dollars: to our State i0. : .: him. He had served on the Starke City ,more funding. .
"We need to'find
{ a to
Council and of way appropriate
Workers ,not '' measly.3% ; ., was Mayor .
a' 1 Starke.". money for road and
Comm.' Dist. 5...
culvert maintenance and County ,
'tbfitESvaten Insurance'increases. "I have 26 experience in
; .up by business, and have years been very successful improvements," said Brown. Wilbur Waters, a Democrat, is
,. at it. That has got to say'' unopposed will not be on the ballot in
? .something for Carl Hurst., It will be' Ross Chandler says that govern-' the Sept. 6 Democratic primary, but
,<>;,2..GIye:reaTsupport to 4 impossible to see everyone in the ment is service to the people, and will have opposition from

teachers< and law enforcement J county personally, he says, but he this service can be improved by Republican" Ben Holtzendorf in..
,' has lived here eight of the last 8 making the right decisions. Look at November.. .
:(not just"rhetoric). i years, not just seven of eight. 'the problems in advance, success Waters was first elected to the
never comes easy;and everythingstarts board in ,1984. ,"We have supplied

Examine: tlie proposed! ,, YIncinerator Jim Duncan, running for his .second with imagination. Chandler four reconditioned fire trucks to the
promises unselfish service dedica- volunteer fire and
term as superintendent of departments
t : and hazardous : U schools, said he noted that almost all tion, self-sac jfice,. committment. have paved three roads and have
Integrity and trust. plans for the fourth. Laura Church
Waste candidates who spoke mentioned
: dump very closely jj Faith and Family educational needs 'In their pro- Herman Johnson says,' 1'1 want to road, the Hurt Ellington road

:4;>Flght for'fairness for our '.. ,;' That's What ItVAll ,, grams. This underlines the impor-, be your Commissioner. I am not tied Eunice road have been paved, and
tance of the position he holds and to to any group or organization."I .
f.,overburdened. pulpwooders":,;XVl, >. *- .. About! which he is funning for re-election. live in Bradford county because'I See Page 14ANOTICE
Bradford, County schools now have Bradford, county he says."I
I would like to remind my'

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Make The Right Choice.

The Bradford County Board of Commissioners will

Elect meet on 'November 7.1988 at 9:30 AM and hold a public'

hearing on the 'following Development Regional .

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'ROSS A request for hearing pursuant to chapter <{, '

380,'Florida Statutes by E.I. Dupont

CHANDLERCounty Denemours fit Co.. Inc. for'.a Development of

'Regonal'.Impact'DRI'. ( ) for the Dupont;

% ,( L4 Maxville Mine located in Sections'24.25, and

; 26 ,Township 4 South. Range 22 East, near and"to

lLl Commissioner the county,line.
l ,,District, ,
Copies of the Application for Development Approval'
(ADA) are available for public Inspection,during the

Ross Chandler'' hours of 8:30.AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday at

a man of... the Bradford County Zoning Office in .City Hall. 209 N.

,+. Integrity Thompson Street Starke FL 32091 ((904)). 964-6280.

Commitment General Information: All hearings will be held .in. the,

County, Commission Room.''1st floor Bradford County ,

Vote for '-Better 'Future 'in Ross. Chandler<* Courthouse. Persons wishing to comment on any of the

,. "a ,, above scheduled items may'file'written comments with
Bradford County' I working County for .Growth." the Bradford County Zoning Office prior to the scheduled

'hearing. Minutes will be taken but if a verbatim record

Meet Ross. .Chandler Our Drug Youth Prevention 'is desired the interested party must make arrangements

;..... You!, for a transcript ,at. their own, expense.

Ross Chandler believes that government service to the people. He is a lover of'people and'he wants to work to.. . .
see all.of the people served honestly and fairly to insure a better future! in our county.' ...t'I'J'; 1
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front a large family of seventeen children.is these: roots that taught him\ love, sharing! ,hard work and sacrifice!:. ',. ewu ca' 1. .' ... .:. : '.\1:; .
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As the youth minister of Pine Street Church: of God in Christ and serving on the Guy Andrews Minority Recruiting Gr'-;' I.. Committee, Ross Chandler is aquainted with the needs of our youth and will work to make their future better IAKt CO ,!Jr. ill ', ", 'I h J\' ";" "'
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September!,ISM TELEGRAPH PagellA

District 3 Voters: 13 '

"" '.V;; Wav Race. Set For SheriffSheriff

In'recent weeks I have made, Dolph Reddish 55, .is completing becoming acting Police Chief there, ''Moore a a native of Bradford
his fourth term as sheriff,or before Joining the Highway Patrol County and
graduated from BUS in
", concerted effort to knock, on all your his 16th: year. Including his time as a and being assigned to the Starke I960, He started his career as a
sheriff under his father, the Poet. '
deputy His last asssignment was
police officer for the city of Starke
doors -- of course I have not been ableto late P.D.Reddish,Dolph has served Vehicular Homicide Investigator for and worked there for 16,months,
the Sheriffs Department for a totalof a three county area here, a Job he gaining the'' position of assistant
t catch all ofyou' home, but have,left 27 years. was forced to resign to run for office. ,"->r(<'fIn
State Attorney''' Gene Whitworth Etheridge has over 1,000 hours of
my card. This has been,a great has endorsed the candidacy of Red- police training including croud con- 1966 Moore transferred to the-
experience 'for me. I have,found', out dish for re-election "I have known trol, firearms, CPR, and homicide Sheriffs Department, working for
Dolph personally and professionally Investigation. the late P. D. Reddish, and continu-
exactly where some people I know live for more that twenty years and 1 The sheriffs department has not ing through the transition of father
,: know him to be''qualified, up with the county's growth,he ,to son,and has continued to work for
and have met some new people. I certainly thank all of you for the his honorable professional, and,life.above" reproach In said police, and service.residents The people deserve of better Brad- Dolph his father Reddish in 1972.since he succeeded

courteous and hospitable way I have been received.In "Bradford County just may have ford County will have 24 hour police Moore'has satisfied
the meet economically operated protection when I am elected. requirements
'this final,ad I would like to call your attention to a few/things Sheriffs ,office in the State of "Local officers should be better for Police Standards through local
Florida,"says Sheriff Reddish. The ''trained, and more versatile in all educational facilities, and holds a
that,has happened in the past 2 years: per capita cost of the total budget is phases of law enforcement,-; number of certificates' in police
$27.60,compared to Baker County at Etheridge stated. work,
1)) We have had a SPECIAL GARBAGE ASSESSMENT added to $51.59, and Suwannee at $47.13-two Glen Moore, a 22 year veteran Moore promises to provide 24 hour
our county tax bills! north central Florida counties havIng of the Sheriff's Department, resigned law enforcement coverage by the
populations comparable to Brad-' his poet to run for the job of Sheriffs Office, saying,"around the
2)) '\We have had of ford." You decide if you're getting a Sheriff. 'clock is
60 cpunty gasoline tax added to our tax bills! coverage not currently being -
dollars worth of service for a dollar "The needs of the county have not provided. '
3)) We have seen $66,000 of our tax,monies wasted on attorney spent," says Reddish. been met,and based on my 22 years
of daily contact with county county is growing, and with
fees for useless'lawsuits!. Kenneth Etheridge, 48, Is a local residents,'I propose to improve services growth crime usually follows. As
State Highway Patrolman for 20 provided by the sheriff's office your sheriff, I will encourage 'the
4"We have seen Mosquito Control abolished! years, and has lived ,in Bradford Bradford' County's growing growth of our county, but I will let
county for that time. population reqaulrea a progressive those people know this is a place for
I Etheridge graduated from High law enforcement program,based on law abiding citizens and that
Are we paying MORE and LESS ? School In Apopka, Florida, and was fair and equal, treatment for all criminals and'drug dealers are not
getting ? Have "
,you seen,any an Apopka policeman for 6& years citizens." welcome.
improvements?? We, are told that $1,000,000 was saved by'getting

D.O.T. to take-over maintenance of S.R. 16 West. I'm like the little

lady that said "Where's* the Beef?"',,-- Where's the MILLION?? 'With I Three Seek Clerk of Court Post I

this Million -- why the,GARBAGE'& GASOLINE TAXES?? '
Three candidates have entered the, Use Advisosry Committee member, munity leader, and has a 'proven
If you'are happy with ,the way,things have been going and you race for the vacancy left by Clerk of Rotary Director and Little Leagueand record of community service, par-
Courts Gib Brown, who is retiring Dixie Youth Coach. ticipating in the continuing growth
want more of the sameyou need to,keep what you've got"'-- cause' after the current term. Ray ..Norman 40, is''a,native of 'of Bradford County for the past 18
that's Harold Davis 54,says that his,experience 'Bradford County and graduate of years through his leadership ability,
whatyou'll getMORE OF THE SAME!!! Ifyou'd'like to try in financial institutions, Bradford County High School. He Integrity,dedication and tireless efforts -
a change -- PUT BRYAN BACK ON YOUR COUNTY mortgage banking and insurance, has never lived outside Bradford in service to the people.
provide him with the skills and county He has no ties to special interests Dewayne Elder, 50, is a 1955
COMMISSION!! knowledge to serve the office and the He has proven business graduate of Bradford High School,
county.in keeping with rules and skills and experience. He is executive and attended Valdosta State College.
I am not looking for Retirement, just want to offer some, regulations governing the position. vice-president of the Com- before entering the mobile home,
Davis is presently employed by munity State Bank in Starke: ,with 20, manufacturing business. He has
knowledge and experience that,I feel will help guide'our county in' the., BancBoston Mortgage Corporation, I,years experience in financial matters been employed in administrative;
successor to Stockton ,Whatley 'positions in the plant and in sales.
right direction for, the'next 4,years, Your :vote and support will,never Davin Co.,in their Gainesville of' Norman is a beef cattle farmer in ', He is currently employed .by'
be forgotten -- nor betrayed., flee as a mortgage bankerj He,", the Lawtey area. He has been president -1 .Champion Enterprises in Lake City,
-, r( previously', was manager of the of the Chamber of Commercetwo' calling on dealers or mobile ,home
: r-r-"i U ",\, Starke Savings and Loan'Associa- years, president of the Fair park owners throughout; e''
tion. He was also an Independent Insurance Association 17 years, and has been ,southeast:,.
? IT'S TIME FOR BRYAN: agent,and had attended the Secretary,'of the Bradford-Union 1 Elder'has experience In'budget
''University of Florida, majoring in' I Cattlemen's Association 17 years.. control profit and loss control and
Business Administration. He serves on the board of Directorsof management of employees. -t'My
g '1"" Davis states he is the 'most '
RALPH' the Bradford Association for education and experience for'the'
!'( qualified candidate due to his work Retarded Citizens.:' past 201 I years will enable me I to
experience, training and personal '(< Norman says -This office exists discharge the duties of the Clerk of
I BRYAN ,dealings with the residents of the only for. service to the people. the' Courts in an efficient and
county. He is community oriented, 'Whether protecting your money courteous manner.'* Elder says. "I
having been President of the ,recording your marriage your'' pledge a professional,courteous and
County Commissioner..District 3 Chamber of Commerce,Draft Board child's birth,or your property deed, friendly staff to evey citizen of Brad-
.*!">._. Chairman, Vo-Tech Advisory Board 1 will be the courteous friendly 'ford County,""he continues, Find out
'Chairman, March of Dimes Chairman -' public servant you can count on." what honest-to-goodness old fashioned -
Florida Jaycee.Officer, Land Norman states; he Is a proven com- service can Be.





LOOK AT THE LAST 3 1/2' YEARS :,: < ,. .,

The improvements listed ''are some of' the achievements made possible by dedicated ': "

employees and citizens. The superintendent encourages.directe and assists in moving the '' ,:,-;,

system forward It makes.good sense to re-elect a goal oriented, dedicated superintendent, 1\\,':

to continue our,mission of building successful citizens. :':.. ,



Covered,,Walkways ,Sewage Treatment-Facility;,(;/,,;\ .!:::: ,, New Administrative'SuiteRemoval '

of Folding Walls ''Walk-in Freezer ;' ,;" ',',,:;,/ if ( :New Roof ,- Kindergarten

Conversion of Stage,to Classroom ,2 New Classrooms, >; : ,,;'\:) t :: New Covered Walkways

Landscaping and,Fencing', Increased Guidance '(;;,:>'i (!"; 1i'.! ';: Paved'Parking Area ,
Increased Guidance Services New,Intercom and 'I',' ;': \ ; Full.Time' Counselor "r':
: : Tf; {; : : ., ,
"Writing, to Read" Program Security System .'.J\, .::( iJj'" "'' ,Full Time'' '.(; '
::,\!,, fi'I'k' \' Kindergarten 'I/\iiJ: "':,\; ,
Writing to Read Program;> : <.>'{ ;, ,: : Development' : ;', ;i,
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'Science,Fair, ",;, '< :!": ,1-! .

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HAMPTONNew : ,, :. '/}," '," .. .

Heating and Air, Conditioning I Covered Walkways! ,.'; l:=',+';:;i'' Re-roofing of Original'Building' '

Covered Walkways Paved Parking Area' ,?:V;::;,,,, Remodeled Cosmetology'

I Landscaping and Fencing .'4 New Classrooms .. Classroom & Restrooms 'Driving Range
,' '$50,000 Computer Assisted Instruction
Playground Development Full Time Guidance ; ,
Increased Guidance Services Full Time,,Primary Specialist from Private Industry, Council "
Developmental KindergartenIncreased Enrollment So That Over 75%

of High School Students Take One'Or

.. More Classes at Center, '


I New'Heating and Air,System New Science Lab >New Textbooks for Every School ,

Intramural After School Program New: Classrooms' Established County-Wide Curriculum Committe

Expanded Counselor Program, Remodeled Auditorium M Thirteen New Buses! With Radio Security

School Science Fair Remodeled JROTC Building Statewide Recognition for Chapter 1

Covered Walkways New Covered Walkways Statewide Recognition for Annual Report

Standard Textbook'Adoptions Safer Bus Loading & Unloading Encouragement of Drug Free Schools Project '
School Warehouse for Immediate Service
Supply ]
Dual Enrollment
1 New'Classroom Expanded
:Instructional Television for All Schools ,
Career Shadowing Merit School Status for All Elementary Schools
i Teacher Advisor Program

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Em.rg.ncy..4 River at Silver Springs, Florida, Stadium RR'..., ..
Residents of Bradford County Saturday, September 10. The gate Plans are being made to build ad-
whoM telephone prefix is 485, 468 for the race will open at 5:30: p.m., ditional rest room facilities at the
or 496 may call either of two with the race beginning! at 6 p.m., Bradford High athletic field on the
number In emergency situations, Bradford County residents arc west side of the All-Sports Club
toll free, and reach the courthouse encouraged to sponsor a duck or stand
ducks,for $9 each In this fundraiser _
switchboard during working hours. Contributions, tax deductible, are
Those numbers are; to fight cancer. Each duck requested from past alumni andshould ,
will be numbered order to idea
Checks be
,- others Interested.
tify the sponsor, with winners School. 581
t 370-1503 or 377-5122. made to Bradford High
After working hours, for Juror. receiving prizes, from a trip to N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091,
Hawaii for to 35
,,calls and regular non-emergency two a mm designating it must be used for the
business calls during courthouse. camera. rest room fund.
Register for duck at one of
hours, call 375-0209.: your For additional Info call Asst.
the Starke business
Prin. John Reddiuh at.BBS,
: J 964-6800.
: :' \ ,, ,, \ : /:: Singles M..t...
".: : : : ; ,// : ', Starke Church of God Christian locations Community) State Bank (Both Loan Closet.:..,
;, .' : :'1 I ""J ',..I'I:: : ,' Council
\ .Singles in Action will be having Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Suwannee River Economic -
TO:,,:The. Voters'of' nradrordCounty'J\t'r ;' ; ;;:'; ,(,,:: '," / ,,"" ,..;',;';; ', '" their meetings the second and Stump's Department Store ,Inc. has established a loan
\ "' : Western Steer Steak closet at 134 East South St., Starke
: Family
: ; fourth Fridays of each month.
: "J.'r, : .;:" : : \ ;, Good speakers, food and House for lending medical equipment, Including -
FROM: Your Sheriff t' .. ', .. ':::1 ,,:" ,.'; fellowship are featured each time. Sponsors will be competing with wheelchairs, bedside com
Call 964-7678 or 964-5681. some 60,000 entrants, statewide. modes tub grab bars showertubseats

:: "' ." : ," ;: '.. :.,::,:,/:';,:, :,I(:,; :' row base, crutches canes.Borrowers .walkers and nar

.. "" .'" '\ \ i'l!; :.\!" .,' ,Meals for Seniors,,.' must meet eligibilw(
1 ;>: t ,," : :':'1'c\: ,: ,;f'" : Senior Citizens..., Bradford residents of requirements by providing proof of
I much the I have received from I 60 years income.
appreciate nave
very reception you as. Senior Citizens of Bradford County age and older may be eligible to
gone around "politicking" to.your homes. .:' this is your center. Come join receive a meal at no cost from the Call-In Program....
1\\v / other seniors from around the coun- Suwannee River Economic Council
ty and enjoy a time of fun and (SREC) at 134 E. South Street, A morning call-in service to
The biggest disappointment I have experienced in this campaign is not fell wship. Starke. assist senior citizens who are alone
: Monday is the day for social SREC serves a nutritionally is offered by the Starke Police
being able to,see each and every Voter and personally solicit'your vote and gathering. Special programs are balanced meal Monday through Department according to Chief
often planned on this day of the Friday, except holidays. For more Jimmy Bowen.
support. week. information, call 964-7894. To become Involved In the program
Tuesday is the day the seniors a citizen is asked to register
( Square Dane.. with the Police Department then
meet for social with
a gathering a
The main reason I have not been able to accomplish this is I am your covered dish and free blood Plus Level square dance Instruction call After in 10 before a.m. the 10 a.m.Police each Dept.day.will

incumbent Sheriff and I have your business to attend to; that's what you pressure readings on the third Is available each Tuesday in check on those citizens who have
of each month.
,'' not called In. If there is no answer,
elected me to do. ".'rh'\/' I),'" gathering around 10:30: a.m. Lunch from 8-10 p.m..with Ken Perez a police officer will visit the'
"1 t'[ l'.1. VW begins at noon, with bingo caller. For additional information residence.
'"' 1'1''<'.) ./,)/< Wednesday is the day the ladies call 964-7955. reminds the public
Chief Bowen
Again thanks for all you have done in the past. Please support me on f Fi'j j-v,: : (men are also welcome) come that the service is available. .
their needlework and
September 6th by casting your; vote for the most qualified candidate::!;:)i'h}:%N'", '1' crafts.together,This with is a time to learn new Child Find... Job No Skill...
crafts or rejuvenate old ones. Bring Do you know a child with a han- ,
your handiwork and enjoy a time of dicap? Job Corps-Training slots are
RE-ELECT DOLPH 'REDDISH, SHERIFF!' learning and fun. Child Find Is one part of the ''available in health occupations,
'.*. Thursday Is the day for social Florida Diagnostic and Learning plumbing, welding, business-
,' ., ', ,',,,, '< 'I !' gathering. Come early and sl.1y, Resources System (FDLRS) that clerical, auto mechanic and other

Thank.You, ,\ ,I '".' ','' :. '. .,' -. ,, .. / ,.'/ ,f' .'", !'',.,'II','I::'"""(;,:, ",',",.I I:,t1"}'",,, )!.; '" ". your late. Find community out what's and gOing what you on in'can'' lends tional support student services education to programsin excep- skills through! for 21.Obtain men. and women ages 16

\' ", ;,\ "" "" ",. Id,; : '. ..1'1"j'' ,: I::;,. ;tl/-; "/\\'I\I..I', ;;\\.., !,(!((;\ ). \;:'.'i'\>I :". ?;\ ., li.f':('j': )"l.i,1 do to help.Friday Baker a six Flagler county,area Putnam: Bradford St.Johns, a GED. earn spending
'i '-r '\1''' too '" I', :.' It ., ,, \ we offer a Bible History '
,,<":' f' ). : 'fiSubstitute: '' \' \." class, beginning in September, at 'and Union Counties. money and savings money and
/-x, 1:::? "' .-'il (;- 4'* ', 'f" '" .: 10 a.m. It will last for one hour, make a good life for yourself...
', .: followed by a brown bag lunch and' One function of Child Find is Room and board, clothing
''' \ I bingo. identification of potentially han allowanceC transportation, medical
Dolph E. Reddish"There's I You are welcome to come by the dicapped preschool students and care will be provided.For .
( Senior Center Monday through Fri- the location of children and youth more Information, visit the
day 8:30: a.m. to 4:30 p-.m. Cable between birth and 21 years of age Job Service Office at 1430 South
TV, coffee and table games are who may b *.s a handicap conditionand First Street, Lake City, or phone
always available. The senior are not receiving services.:' Irene Pearce at 752-3121.
Vo Experie"ce"pd.
for' Center Is located behind the Brad- Some areas of handicapping condi
ford County Courthouse. tions may be speech, language,
For further information, call hearing, vision learning, .behavioror Absentee Ballots...
poL adv. Dem. Beverly McGee, director: or Teresa' physical problems. City Clerk Nell Tucker announces
Wood, case manager, at 9644545. be Ix you know of a child who may that absentee ballots are availablein
handicapped contact his office for the 13 nonpartisan -
J Duck Rac..... FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3284811 primary In Sept.Starke.'The .,>
." 'I "'" "" ',.'" ';.'.'1"';' .i1'Y' f1J'f&&' 'f.': Xb duCK- Socletyja. .-.. JFPtRS/CbU4ru In Putnam County>dJP or write.p..Bji>* 1S9MosTwicICFirteOOT 11111; ballots_must" be returned by
promoting a on Silver ; "'
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Vote For and ,Elect

101-A Edwards Road Starke, FL 32091 964-6897

Mitchell 1 '

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.....01'" 'Sale ends Friday, Sept, 9th, 1988.

Commission ..asHe'll

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,., Strive For:, ,' ,

:':':;%';': 1. ,Better. Drainage., .. ," 'y',. ",,., !", ', ',:,

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I,'r", n, li l Y1 2. 'Work' toward !paving more needed roads. "<<.
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', "' ;,,;\\l 1l 1 t'l\111'%' ; .. 3. 'Working with the, Sheriffs Department to supply ''it's

...",'I.''\),'}\\t.1'{('\:'' { financial needs as our county grows, to make it a safer,

;', r, "' place to live and raise our families.. .
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I,' ,4. Helping our fire ,,departments all over the county'to'

meet. their, needs deemed necessary. ,

5. 'Last, but'not'least'-' 'working .with the other

1 Week commissioners to" search out all avenues, to meet all.

OnlyPole our needs, with less burden on the taxpayers., '

.' $ I'would 'like to work for you as your County

All supplies furnished up to '1595plus Commissioner. Please give me this ,chance by voting

100 ft. wire,.75 LNB PIE feed;: horn, for:'and. supporting me September 6, '

I'll forever be ',It
horn cover, STS 100 IRD Receiver :" grateful.,
tax ,

with," ,descra bler. All working ''t Your truly,

equipment furnished.. Mitchell,Brown,

P.S. I will remove all my signs after election.

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Wayne' HoUingsworth' Challenged bv' Sherry Walker in ,Spnatp R

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Senator 'Wayne Holl- 'after a program in Ceoi ggia.The rate In cases -
arguing big before
lncworth, DO, of Lake City, U being of repeat offenders in the program Juries.Walker Is from a fifth skeptical genera.' Juris State University.Doctor She': earned her torney before entering private prac- growth and new Jobs, more to make "'I II)"
I challenged by Sherry D. walker, 27, has dropped from 27 percent to lion farm family, and was raised Thomas degree'from the tice'' education a true priority. ,
of Jefferson county for his seat In the about 21 percent, according to Holl' with hard work and self-reliance. Lansing M. Cooley School of Law in She says she Is deeply committed It is time for Innovative thinking "j:
Florida Senate representing the 5th, Ingsworth.. After high school,she attended the ted to the, Michigan.Florida She was admit to''doing more for North Florida, where our schools are concerned "::((
Senatorial District A bill passed allows for possesslori University of Tennessee and Florida served \.. Bar in 1986 and more to maintain our lifestyle, more "The answer isn't more money, its
alii II" Rtatnnt' .
Wayne Holllngsworth has spent 14 of a concealed firearm, or, other St.ijo'* M- to encourage the .right kind of money more wisely gncnt."
yean in the legislature, 12 yean In weapon for self-defense'within the
Senator.the house and the last two as a interior of a private conveyance Duncan Opposed bv Smith in ftrhnnl* Sim* RI-PP : >;I I

without a license.Hollingsworth's. __ ___ .
Prior to that he taught school in -* mj __ r- --- **m '- --"" -
'Committee appointments -< Jim Duncan46! la r
completing his
for the Columbia County School System In the Senate are: Chair first term as Superintendent: of 'Center' and Community College.: Supt. of Schools has 21 years In the 'ding Young Ag ,Teacher" for the ,. ':',
business eight years and is currently a man of the Agriculture Committee, Schools, and his 24th year as an has been my pleasure and a field of education, 9 years as a state of Florida.
man In Lake City. Vice-ChaIrman of Select Committeeon educator in Florida public) schools. great honor to have served in this classroom teacher, and 12 years in "Your school taxes were higher
33 He he has Introduced gotten 29 bills passed out of Solid Waste, Subcommittee A of In Bradford County since 1970, Supt. position, the past three years and ,administration. He is currently a last year than they have been in over
the 1988 session.or sponsored during the Appropriations Committee has Duncan taught at Bradford High -my educational continuing needs concern for the vocational agriculture teacher at the 9 years," says Smith. "According to '
been appointed School and served as principal of of cur county Bradford-Union "Area Vocational an advertisement the fund balance
Over H8 million was President causes me to again seek '
appropriated Committee 'Technical Center.
for' by of the Lawtey Elementary and principal at (money rolled forward) this''
school year
construction, including Senate two consecutive years and \Is Bradford High. position of superintendent. Smith began hs career in Bradford was over $700,000 of
four new schools in his district. a member of the Corrections 'The office belongs to the people. County in 1967. Subsequently he Was money.
He ,Probation Duncan says, "Our county has' a It has been it necessary to increase our
developed and passed the and Parole Committee. great to open and accessible to worked one year In Putnam County+ taxes if we were not
opportunity provide going to
Juvenile qualilty students spend
Boot Camp, a heavy exercise His opponent Sherry D. Walker,is education for every citizen with pre- parents, employees and and five years in Flagler County them?'.
and others and
youthful first discipline offenders program, for a trial lawyer from Monticello, Jefferson school programs through the post- type of service I pledge to to"continue that before returning to Bradford County "Its, time- for. a .change:' Smith
patterned in
you. 1979.
county.She claims great skill ,secondary: levels- the Vocational says.
David B. Smith 42. candidate! for In 1971 he wa* named "Outstan-

| Monta Wingate Challenges Rep. George Crady in 13th District Race 1 I

Representative George Crady of and I'm looking forward to continu- Representative 'Gas -
Yulee, \Is being challenged by Monta ing to serve them In. the years f fought forr Crady Increased successfully fun-- creases districts.in funding for rural school supporters yards, not on right- t. was suspended for accumulating 12
C. Wingate, Fernandina Beach, for ahead." ding for rod and bridge in ways etc. violation points within a' 12 month
the 13th District State projects Monta C. Wingate. says, "I offer i plan to choose entire staff
Representative Representative Crady has District 13; additional sources of better my period. More suspensions were add
post.George established a reputation as an effec revenue for small counties, such representation as evidenced, from residents of District 13. ed in September and October 1987,
as by some of
Crady, in announcing his tive spokesman for the problems, prison Impact funds and shown below my" philosophies as I plan on locating my office so and in December 1987 Wingate was
candidacy for reflection said, concerns and needs of Florida's dlstrubutions from the emergency Local Limit PAC: and as to be convenient to everyone. charged with leaving the scene of an
"I've enjoyed serving the people in, small counties.'Through his leader- Gevernment Half-cent Sales Tax ; to personal contributions I support driving on the beach. ,accident.

,my district for the past eleven yean ship and seniority in the legislature, Clearing Trust Fund; substantial in- Place candidate$250.. ___.__ n.i0nn..._. _nnlv._" _nnITS :. record Records of driving show.that violations Wingate for has the a stopped March for 29,speeding 1988 Wingate and was was again cited
past four years or more.
for driving with a suspended drivers
In"May 1985,
Wingate's Hscense
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'1 ITS TIME TO REDUCE YOUR SCHOOL TAXES; Your school taxes were Hall Draws Challenge

-"j higher last year than they have been in over 9 years! "I

= 4 ', i .. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Bradford High School graduates only, 2/3 of the In Tax Collector Vote

r r students who enter in the 9th grade. .

t '3. ITS TIME TO CHANGE LOW STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN I Esther Hall incumbent Tax Collector lives in Bradford County."

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Only a small percentage of our students are completing her second term, Carl Hurst states, "I am legally
r, participating in student activities says, "I appreciate very much the qualified to seek the office of tax col
band chorus, sports). opportunity of having served as your lector. I own my home on Santa Fe
; 4. ITS TIME TO CHANGE ACCREDITED SCHOOLS. Bradford High School is tax collector for the past eight years: Lake, Bradford County and
i, .: '.. the only accredited school in the'county., "I consider it an honor to serve the homestead this- home continuously
j 'people of Bradford County and I, and not just during election year. I
I 'S.ITS' TIME TO CHANGE OUR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM. Some students'' ,solicit,your,continued support," neither own nor live in''another,
I' / ,arrive school 45 minutes residence outside of .
( at before the start of the student day and some students Bradford Coun
2 \;.. close 5 'miles Hall was a long time r employee of ty." -
.1 I. I 1 living as as to school must catch the bus over one hour, before start of the tax collector's office prior'to being -; ,'' Hurst has been in publilc office,.
IT'S TIME FOR A C iNGE.the school day. "1"'" elected eight years,ago when ,having served on the City Council of
; former Tax', Collector J. R. Kelly ,Starke and was Municipal Judge for
I retired. -"1 have worked In the tax'' 13 years "
ELECT' Elect a man. who has 21 years ofeduca'tional experience: 5 of 'collectors office since High School," "The many years of owning and
those years as Assistant Superintendent ofFlagler County she said. "'I was born and raised in ,operating my business successfully
DAVID B. SMITH, JR. Lawte '. I graduated from BHS and tells you, the people that I am well
have lived and .rked in Bradford qualified to take care of your monies
( Superintendent VOTE FOR DAVID B.'SMITH, JR. a man who can and will County all my life. All of,my family grand business!: ," he says:

Bradford. County'Schools of make changes for the students and residents' of Bradford County. 'I

pd pel.adv.

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. ,,,, ', ,,', \ ,, ." ': 'DEAR CITIZENS OF BRADFORD'' COUNTY. : I'
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\ ,.' '', hc.\ ',,;;; .1 am ESTHER S. HALL, your Bradford County Tax Collector,'and I am

", :running for re-election to this office.,
!. 'r '.<[t" I would like to say THANK YOU for letting me serve as your Tax:

' Collector for the past eight ((8) years. It, is an honor and privilege to\

t,. serve the people of Bradford County. '
,. ',"".;'" J si'b' I was born and raised in Lawtey. graduated from Bradford County

' : ',',,' 1j *"T'- High School and have lived and worked in Bradford County all of my life.

y / AU of my family lives in Bradford County. ,
:: ,hr ." I have worked in the Tax Collector's office since high school for the
r'' ...... former Tax Collector, Mr, J.R. Kellyuntil he retired at the end of

'r J 1980. At that time. I ran for,the office-1 :won the election over three

opponents in the first primary (one of them being my opponent thisII

am very glad to have,my good friend "Lu" Hindery, Sheriff Alachua year'I am a certified F10rlda,Tax Collector.,

County"endorse me.for RE-ELECTION., ,. I feel that I.have done'a'good job -' as I have received eight ((8)) years

of perfect audits and this was done with the help of my. dedicated and

LJL'UTVfiv Y' .' : ." efficient, employees. and I do appreciate them.,

;..' "' '- ;',', :.: r ij,(\; ; J"' "1/ :;'1,i"I;'. '>; i.II; '''0', COLLECTOR'S OFFICE AND YOU ARE NOT GIVEN GOOD COURTEOUS
1t' \"If.. : ,, ,' \\'i ti\, ;1"",",,,".;"J''J I,i'V,(;'' ''','!'1:,,!')',
." ''"; .'; ,1A''I\I:: \); .':;'\' J hi 4'!'r.itft!; /\ 'jfj r.Itv.h I,' :) :\\t:\I\f 1,\( f1$;+ (I; !' 'I'. SERVE YOU AND THAT IS WHAT, STRIVE FOR AT ALL TIMES.
( 1' ,.\ ':(,', ,I I:: 11'; IJIi1\11\ r.\'iI\1 f;!',,'!,$\; ",\.\ X1"\ it\\ ;'\' Iel,) ; ;;:\\JI1\) ., IJ", it:::\,,J.ir.\\Cir?;, '::,,t ':, The Tax Collector's Office is completely computerized with Tags and

,;", ., '';,'""' : ,"I>:,!'" ", ,,',:,'',,"" :''"\),,IW:;1",}; ;1/';I"I'\"' ,;1frt"'I'-clJ) AUlu.< ;,30',.' \ 1988" ';'' i'!!'"O"J'I;''!'' {} ,\.',r' ('I' ; ,'," ( Titles direct to the Dept. of Motor-Vehicles in Tallahassee and we are

,'" I /, '","I.', I..'" ;, to, :,'1)I'i) ," ), +\. ; ;,, ,\,: :,",( ,"II"I"'f''\ ,":" ", ."' now In-House Computer with all County Taxes:'The County is growingand
,':'; ,," 'I "" }' ,,';' ,:" ), '"I'. .ii'1, ," :'h",1",,,),:', ':/\\:1'" '; \,', ;(,;\;':::I ,..\!,' ", "' ,(, .' we.have managed to handle the growth without adding any

: "i"6;,I'A.; t<"k.I'j'\t'I'Nj":, ,' (,,.,\>!1,, ,"' ,. ,' :-! ...'" ,, ,, 1"\"\'t'" .!"",\",/"";,","' 't"I"i"''I'''',''i,1/1\/',\,nn/jl't'\'t'' ','/" ,.';""r" \'',;",:'i'''''.'. ,'" additional employees than we had eight years ago.

,:,; tf?i, 'Yi; : (:, ,. ,, ',, ." 1'1"' "( ::.s, : : on the fees commissions
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',:I (:'"':''; '' : Citltena' 'of 'Bradford County I ' "'.;j', earned by the Office. This means buying our County Tax Computer and 't

:{: .:,', : ; : .':: '' ;" : ', all expenses of the office. Some of you might not realize the amount of
'il I .. 1'. "Lu" Bindery, Sheriff! 0 fA'1'h''C. ,'. I 'ld"11k".' to
'I, y,''iI'\ ';;\'}; a',,,' I { taka thla opportunity to publicly andoraa Dolph.'aeddi.h for Sharift In business that we get from surrounding towns outside of the county that
,''':.t\\y,lrl; :, '; your' County .' bring their business as these fees help the operation of the Tax
,"\:' \\.i\\V"\\ ',1.1':: \ ,'' i "I. -i" 'Collector's Office and that helps'BRADFORD COUNTY.
,:,,' r:,. 1 hay known and worked with Dolph atnca 1957 ''and know that ha ia wall '
W ,; qualified to continu. carving you a a Shariff X urge ,you to vot, for
.I'i, ""i'1 '; \' ''I" Dolph on September 6th and again in Novambar.. ;' THIS RACE. I AM RUNNING MY OWN RACE. I AM RUNNING A

,-. ;;\;:;!/. ;:.; '(;jvALACHUA ;;i /: i!: ,. \ .. CLEAN RACE.. BUT OPPONENT HAS CHOSEN TO DO OTHERWISE.

.' v,"I" ', ; ,, DON'T BE MISLED BY FALSE RUMORS.'........... .
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'" ." The Tax Collector's Office is an important office with a lot of

:. ,', and do need Honest. Experienced Person who is
_, ," L. Lu" Bindery" responsibility you an
... i ., ,. ', ." 'I ,' :- .rtf of Alachua co >nty capable of giving you good advice. SO. HOPE THAT WHEN,YOU GO TO

'I ,:J" "1:', 'c .(;, :';',;,;.':',;:,::,.: ,/01 ," THE EOLLS ON SEPTEMBER 6, THAT YOU VOTE FOR ME. ESTHER S.

". ':- '. ." ,,, :,; ;, ;:::;\\ ',1r"! ; :' ': ,( HALL FOR YOUR TAX COLLECTOR WITH,EXPERIENCE

COUNTY ,' ,: ," :, '
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.'-U7..1a41 U at a
,<',.' .' ; ..' Friend and
> "r : -r ;; ; t't'or' > your HelpYOU

"Lu" and I have worked together many ye s'rmproud; to call him my x" at all Times. "*,

friend. ,, +

Sincerely .' ,' :"':,'"(,,: ". r' There's. No Substitute I. Solicit Your Vote and

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( Dolph l E. Reddish, Sheriff. ',,} THANK YOU,
Bradford County ., '{ .
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Pd.Poqd1'.-DIID. .. 'ESTHER' HALL


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September 1988

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II City Dispute .f : :' ''' ,, .

from page 1Asubsequently .' '. ,, ,

the PBA brought because of union activity. PERC Hearing Officer Jerry W. William Scott Allen ( ran a stop sign at the'intersection of Conclusion; nude by the bearing
these charges before PERC.: A third officer,, William Scott Cheatham state that PERC should 3)) Promote either Ken Hinds or Old Lawtey Road and SR-16 at a high officer found the City, of Starke
The officers, Patrolmen Kathy Allen, claims to have been fired order the City to: Kathy Mercer to a lieutenant posi- rate of speed skidding across SR-16 Police Department:
. Mercer and KR. Hinds Jr. chargedthat because of union' activity and not 1) Stop illegally interrogating job tion, on into a pecan orchard: hitting a Illegally interrogated.Job applicants.
they have been passed over for because he wrecked his police car, applicants, 4) Pay reasonable attorney's fees pecan tree. His speed was estimated .
promotions and,have been harassed The; recommendations made hv, 2)' Rescind 1 the dismissal CI(. to PBA, and by the Highway Patrolman who Investigated Did not illegally harass Ken
5)) Post a notice in the police station the accident,and who Is a Hinds.*, ""
stating the steps the city intends, member of PBA,to be in excess of 00 Illegally attempted to .bargain
:Stock Best Prices on to take to comply with this order. mph, based on skid marks past the with employees represented .by
Largest stop sign. But, according to Brown PBA.
Starke is now trying to upgrade its If skid marks before the stop sign Illegally dlsmlsssed W11Uam'Scott
Police Department, says Brown are considered, the speed was Allen. .
FORD and "to rehire a police officer who nearer 80 mph >. Illegally denied either Ken-
,, placed his life and the life of \innocent Hinds or Kathy Mercer a promotion.
I- citizens In severe Jeopardy Allen was speed to back up The PBA Is entitled to an award,
because of carelessness and another Kathy of attom y'l fees.
RANGERS negligence will be a step Mercer, but had not been requested The City of SUrke Is'not'entitled
backward" referring to Allen who to do so. to an award. of attorney's feM

Anywhere Rally in Theresa...

sCome\. from page 10A

now the Forsythe road ready to retirement from the National lower maintenance C lta. He states''
start. Guard, and is in of stronger he is for a civic center for all
"Even though we have single law enforcement ''I am totally citizens. He will work with
member districts. I will still be a against the hazardous waste site, other commissoners to tether boat
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county-wide commissioner." he and
he said and favors a recycling plantto ramps,ball fields, parks.
said. lower costs of waste disposal. Expensive outside consultants: are
After Rebate Ben Holtiendorr says he is in semi-i:_ Roads should. .be repavea now toSUEL'S not necessary, and private citizens
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No Mon 'Do ,. should be used instead.

School Board Dlst.4...
RETIREMENT HOME 'Rodney Hall says the school boardis
not broken and doesn't need
See Us' CERTIFIED NURSING AST;; CPR He cites improved test scores,t better
For maintained buildings, painted
I BestValue & buildings the excellent food serviceaudit' ,
,FIRST AID TRAINED STAFF' good reports and the IttS-m
Selection tax levy is reduced.
Hall Is a veteran of 24 years on the,,
w board, and says his corporate experience
with DuPont'' proves he
knows how to get the job done. .
James Watson says, "lets give
TERWILLEGARMOTORS, credit where credit is due. The
teachers, the parents I'and the kids"
964-7200' 371-1O96 388-FORD 473-FORD deserve credl t,1 for .the better test

STARKE Keystone' Heights scores.The student dropout rate\Is too
209 W. MADISON ST. ,GAINESVILLE:,, JACKSONVILLE State Road 21, high Watson says.More and better
drug education is needed and 00 of<
the school buses do not meet safety ,
-. ------ standards.A program of buying six
new buses every year would get the.
fleet on a rotation basis.
>"We should use more inmate labor .
I :GROUP HOME,FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR for construction'' rather than pay
'ADULTS'. REASONABLE RATES board employees overtime on
weekends for such things as constructing -'',
,30.August 1988 ,,?\ ( ,t .DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY ALONG WITH : covered walkways," Watson -
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says"to save tax dollars.

I' .' I' : ":: ,'." '\" ) A Country Atmosphere with a Home ,.ype Setting.

To: The'Voters of, The, ,City,of Starke:" "'" ; :/, ;'.,,'' /' I',". '. ",',, .,' Sue Lon Watk.rPldnned Activities' .1 mile! South on St Rd {' ,

\ Phone 468-2619 325. Hampton. FL
It has been a pleasure for me to'serve ''as'a'City Councilmanforthe ,

past (&) six years. .

S e present City Council: and past members of the City Council .
laveTh made imp or tint,.'decisions'that. are having and will have k riwiyl
financial benefits for'the Starke. .icy a
good '', people.of (

I am referring: : to the electrical tie, in arid planned sewerage and

water projects., ; ( r

My personal view:is that, the city growing: and the City' r !

Council is'on the :right track. 1 ,

Thank' you,, for,your vote and support in the upcoming election. :;

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R.E...(Bobby) Biggs'' It's always nice to have the endorsement,ot a true professional Bubba

Rountree fits that r
Pd. Pol. Adv. category.?

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l'a. Captain Baatl C. Rounderaa, Jr.,''Co.mandina'Offic.r of'tha
t n .uuuuil 'County Commissioner., Dist.,3 4 ,CoBblnid CslnaavlUa/Alachua County Narcotics and Organised Crlma ,
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f. Sactlon. I to know that I ha.,.
i t ,< w.Myou: worked closaly with Dclpb. ,' ,.
Raddlah on many occasions ovar tha past 20 yaars and know him to ba
'Working'For'You' !" wall qualified to.serve you again .. your Sheriff ,'I wholeheartedly
L \ and .without raaarvaclons racc.Bnd,his to you as your Sharlff.

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FOR THE RECORD:'? (j{; .. I,. ,I ,(: \.. ,I, ll< ''tGr'fiy+: .

.12 Years experience Sr. Commission on Board; missed one meeting(hospital). > ,:(:,,: :: )' "" :,' : ,':"J' Basil.E. Rounder**, Jr.Cowaandar .
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Served two years on the Rural County Committee, statewide State Association t \ ,1" "
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Organised Crime UnitWhen
.. County Commission. ':y1 I 'I i'Ii' .''j/\. ,, \/\ \ ..f'i:\ '!)( '"\'\""'. I,' "
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.Led drive for to take back S.R. 16succeeded.. "' I I''', II\\" ,), ,.I,. .. ,',.: 1"lt' I. .,
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savings to Bradford County taxpayers estimate. ; '. r, _: : .. ,
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One Million Dollars i' ''r "
Tells it like it isl!, '/ "

Voted on all issues!, j COUNTY
Not fence-straddler! { ,
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Check it out! -Y Your vote and support'appreciated! .13 u U....Ilk...,Ito n*. latoa, .
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'. Bubba was Chief Investigator for Alachua County Sheriffs Office he
If you vote at any of 1 '
'these locations: played a vital role in helping us solve the Zippy Mart double murder; thanks

'DISTRICT 3 i ,Bubba for all you have done for us! .We look forward to more of the same.
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: 'Bradford County Public,Library Check It OutMAXIE 'f/...(, ,/'j'/' ,r'" ,,,. ) ," (. U'''' (;" '; ') pI" ; : ,
SA: Starke Recreation Center ,( .

8B: ;tarke: Recreation Center
CARTER JR. Dolph E. Reddish
fI'' 9A: Southslde Elem. Sch. Cafeteria ;
County Commissioner Bradford
County "
9B: Southside Elern. Sch. Cafeteria

peL pol. act.,, REMOVED FOLLOWING ELECTION There's No Substitute For Experience

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September 1"1988

1988 Football Kickoff... .

Tornadoes Lose Q.B. in Practice, Face' Union County' in Jamboree:

"We' need to look at what we've quarterback'than almost any'position we're getting there. Wall, 176-11, and 'Alton Young tman, 143-12; quarterback; Reggie Long 185-12, inside linebackers:
got," says Coach David Hurse of the Coach Sexton points out. 190-llt tackles: Derrick Long, Sheffield, 150-10. Bill Hamilton, 197-12, and Trd a
fall football jamboree set tomorrow Back up for Sheffield will be Starting Llne-Ups... ''207-11, and Don McDavid, 186-U, Defense: tackiest' Kevin, Finch, Long, 185-11; rover back Rodi ey
Friday( Sept 2)). at Keystone Travis Long,a junior linebacker and For the jamboree this Friday, the tight endEd Douglas, 176.12'b split 208-11, and Keith Jenkins, 175-11; Mosley, 175-12 Defensive bac Ii
Heights High School. quarterback. Long the brother of starting line ups are: end: Scott Duncan, c Sam linebacker: Dane Clark 185-12; cornerbacks: Lance Wiggins,140 It,
Bradford High will play Union former QB Frank Long,was a junior: Offense: Center: Terry Clint Reed, 185-11; running backs:. weak side end: Chris Dinkins, and Terry Berry, 162-10; mi. lie
County High the first two Quarters, varsity quarterback, Whitehead 178-12; jviiirrisLorenzo! Rodney Mosley, 173-12 and 4reg P' 1B5-IU, t strong side ,end; ,Jimmy safety: Trammell!Jones, 170.10.h

starting at 8 p.m. Keystone High and -- -- ..... ... .
.. \; ; -
Interlachen High will play the second Good Scrimmage. "" :
half; flaying two consecutive Tornado gridders hit hard and hada
quarters against one team is a new good effort in the night scrimmage
jamboree' wrinkle arranged by last Friday,with the starting offense
lOUIS Coach< Wesley: Dicks. and defense going at each other. ,
The pads were popping. "We've Tr
QB Berry Injured,*, got a bunch of people.who'll hit h
BUS will be without senior you," says Coach Hurse, pleased
quarterback John Berry the next with the scrimmage and hitting, but
four or five weeks. Berry's thumb'was not the execution of the offensive
broken in a pass rush in practice lineThe
Tuesday afternoon QB Berry's hand line needs to keep Improving,
hit the helmet of an oncoming rusheras Coach Hurse says,and must execute
he threw the football Berry's better
hand is.in\ a hard cast, and he'll miss, Coach Sexton the defensive coordinator -
the first four game, at least.' said the defense had a real
The quarterbacking chores have good scrimmage. He was especially
fallen 'to sophomore Reggie Shef- linebackers the play of inside
field, a youngster with a lot of talent Bill Hamilton and
but no varsity experience. ''Travis Long and the two defensive
Berry has been the starting tackles Kevin Finch and Keith, Z5 JTSSSS
quarterback for two years and his Jenkins. / *i <* % experience will be missed, say both The entire defense played well *"*
Coaeh'Hurse and Coach Mike Sex- and except for a few long runs, heldthe ( r"i.. rf -
tori, Berry also runs the option play'' offense down pretty well, even
better than young Sheffield, says when rover Rodney Mosley and The Fighting Tornadoes of 1988.., .
Cojch Hurse, Sheffield, however, fense.several Mosley others got went off over several to the nice of- Set to go into action at 8 p.m.Friday,Sept 2, In the first half of the fall Second row: Reggie Sheffield, Dane Clark, Kevin Crawford Ed
,has made a lot of progress this fall In runs while playing offense.Of football Jamboree at Keystone Heights High School Is the 1988 edition of Douglas Bill Hamilton, Jimmy Long Rodney Mosley Shawn Diggs,
.practice. the Bradford High Tornadoes.The .Chris Durban Leon Jackson.
the defense,Coach Sexton says,
"Sheffield" will do a' good job for "We're not really where we want to players are (1-r) by rows 'Pedro Carter,James McNealCUnt Reed,Chris Dinkins.Scott Duncan
us, says Coach Hurse. be be defensively at this time, but First rows Donnie Francis, Greg Pittman, John Berry,Patrick Marks. Keith Linzy,Allen Jenkins, Lance Wiggins Dwight Allen AI Jones. ,Clyde
Fortunately) the team is deeper at ,Jenkins Jr. Acevedo, Terry. Whitehead' Brian Kendrick; James Slater Keith. DeSue, Lorenzo: Hall.



Vote For ?
4 J ; JL'4

..Lawrence'L.GRIFFIS. : 4i

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.\ Commissioner
; ,County

;District :3 ,

Commissioner.I sincerely Appreciate District your 3. trust in me by asking me to represent.you as.County:,', ; .':,-. =!:T:

1 will honestly and sincerely work very closely with the other County Commissioners
to Improve the needs and problems which are facing our county.. '.'';':: Hard Scrimmage...
I will fully support the needs and budget of the Sheriffs Office. '' An ln rr-.quad scrimmage brought out the hard hitter In the BUS vanity football lineup*the quad wa*
I will be available In an office each day at the County Road Department.. : divided Into two teams for Mine preseason action.It was aba. a c"--Ior" the fan to fee their team In action.,. j
1 wHi be a.visible fun time working County. Commissioner. .' .
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"''' Dept. News
Thank You for Your Continued Support!
,September 6, '1988' !', -
Co-Ed Softball... Sept. 14 for the morning class. Night at 'the Recreation Department. No
Anyone interested in having a CoEd class from 7.10 p.m., morning classis charge. Tuesday Thursday and
'Vote [Xj ;LAWRENCE L. GRIFFIS,. : :' Softball team in.. the league, be from 9 a.m to noon. Classes will. Friday classes. .
please contact the Starke Recreation held at the Recreation Department .. '
Bradford County Commissioner, District, 3 Department phone 964-6792 by' headquarters '(the Old Armory Evening Exercise.... '
). Instructor: Lillie Ann Johns.
Sept 9.Ceramics. Exercise and aerobic dance are '
'set to begin\ Tuesday, Sept. 6, at the
Classes... !Morning Exercise... Recreation Dept Aerobics: _5:306p .
PUBLIC 'NOTICE' Ceramics classes will begin Sept 'Morning exercise classes will .m. Exercise: 6-7 p,m. Fee: $11)per) .
.12 for the,Monday night class and begin Tuesday Sept. 6. at 9:30: a.m. month. Classes set for Monday, ;
.'. Tuesday, and Thursday evenings: "
.. OF VOTING ASSISTANCE ,Instructor) Recreation, Director ,, .,,.., ,1".
'e.N (\,
for Elderly and Handicapped; ELECT. I I J.D. EUNICECity XI I Cheryl Boys, Girls' Soccer L ; .''..,.

BRADFORD COUNTY Deadline for registering boys and jgirls
.1' FLORIDA "' ;':Commissioner
;ages 4.7, for soccer Is Sept..16, '. .
Group 3 Registration is at the Old Armory ,

: :. VOTING ,AIDS ,AVAILABLE'' :" e Have not accepted. any a.m.building to noon each and Tuesday-Friday 1-5 p.m Fee:,$7 8:30,

;In an effort' to 'accommodate the elderly and handicapped voters:'' 'contributions e Have 2 good ears to listen 1 but ; Flag. Football.. ..'' '"

in Bradford County the, following,aids are available,, their, user strong enough voice to say NO If Deadline for registering boys and
; Issue Is not for benefit of'citizens of' 4, girls, ages 8-12, for flag football is
LARGE;,.PRINT,;;ASSISTANCE FOR VOTING:AT THE POLLS ;Starke.' Sept 16. Register: Monday-Friday,
All Political sign will be removed'after election.. II 8:30: a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m., Old
Armory Fee; $7. '

97.061FLORIDA, STATUTES reads: .;4;"
Any,,person''who is otherwise eligible'to'register but,who is unable, to. \ "

.read;:or:write or who because ofsome, disability likely.to 'continue'for. :'a '

;i ,prolonged period of time needs assistance in voting shall...,. be -'

registered.and: : : shall be entitled to receive ,assistance,at the pops. :.....,
1O1.051, FLORIDA'STATUTES, reads: '. ':

Any elector applying, vote in any.election who requires assistance to

vote by reason of blindness disability or inability,to read ''or write may ,. ., ,

request the assistance of two election officials or,; some'other personof

his own choice: "other1 than his employer as agent of his employer: ; L

or an officer or agent of his union; assist'him in casting his'vote. .

SECTION 208 of the VOTING RIGHTS ACT'of.1965 ((42'U.S.C. "", .

1973aa-6)) ,reads In its entirety: _

Any voter'' who requires assistance to vote by reason of blindness ". '"./ .I',.
disability, or inability to read or write"may' given'assistance by a '., "
person of the voter's choice.other than the voter's employer or agent of

that employer or officer or agent of the voter's union. ,'. "

BALLOTS AVAILABLE The Gethsemane Quartet ,,."'. .

Any registered voter who is unable,to attend the polling place without

another assistance may vote by requesting an absentee,ballot from the

Supervisor of Elections' office.:,;This request may bemade: In person, in In,,Concert,.At '
writing or by telephone.

Name: __ Neva F1ynn '

Supervisor of.Election r :Pine Level Baptist Church

Address Bradford County ':;.. ,!. ; : .
,; courthouseTelephone -, .._ ," '., H" >'

.'. : 964.6280. ,.".. : September 3, '7:00 PM >1'' :::: ,

Church located 3 miles West of Starke on Highway 100 .


SUPERVISOR; OF ELECTIONS No. Charge for Concertt' .

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.September I, IflHH! ,' ,,''i nYr, :,

S E C T I 0 N'Ij' =TA+'! tAA't:A6QNO :mlmt I ;,v (,:; ,

Progress. -

Wal-Mart Shopping

-- Going Up ,Fast. in

ByMarkFrledlln ing its peak period,
BCT Staff Writer estimates provided by Brown,
Progress on a brand new shopping many of the workers being .
center featuring a Wal-Mart Depart, ''from the local community for
ment store is going ahead at full porary employment. Brown
speed.Plans. said it was likely that the
for the shopping center, the planned shopping plaza ..... .
which will include up to 25 different employing local workers on a il" .
stores including Wal-Mart and Food manent basis after opening. .... ,
Lion a major food ;. : ...
supermarket Estimates by a masonry -' .
were first proposed in May 1985 by ''on the site put 150 as the J ,/ .ti... ... 1fl'. _. ;,!i ......
the corporation but no action was workers who are already ,.N .r'fll, .wj:.""'(..f'
,. .. .J,.,. % "' '' '; taken on a site purchase planned on indirectly employed on the ; : 2 ;
f'ii' ;;: $ << ,
,US-301. Difficulties encountered in .. .. ) ,'..,. i .. ) ;::.; .... -.
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The latest update on the projectwas ,ing the food store'and a iT. :'" 'r.., :{ -. "" .. .'"
obtained from Tony Brown a count drug store chain was one ..',r>I' :t'" *!% !! t ",,
for Bradford Place Inc., w firU _: 'a 1:
spokesman for the cancellation 4
reasons "F '\ !'Y-" J"J, :1'Y wrt
1 a new corporation which la in chargeof .year according to Brown. j Ir" #.... ....".,.,..".,. .' ,
development at the site. The original decision to .t'f. '- .; ...,.... ...... '
The development corporation'' store here was based on the I .' -r
'finished the complicated process of of a marketing survey and I ,; "t -- _. ,
getting the necessary permits and of the growth patterns in the .,.....u. ........ t ..i '..I'L.._ .. ..,--J.... .. -.'+'rIo ..I
,applications early this year and with Starke as the hub. !: .... '"-, J .:!! I -yon--...,. .. ;" ;e,3=.! "} ..-.-.... .'f.Ti.: '' ".....*.r-. -rf' T
completed the clearing of the site in evaluation period the site '-" -':\: ;> y -; .. ".
late July.Underground. visited personally by Samual .JL!!Ir"':; I.o>'f. .c ..-Jo1I>' "
piping was installed Walton, founder of the huge ; .:i i< ""' .. ..' ., ...."", ,.. ... w;;: '". .t.." 'I\a 1t.
throughout the month of August. Mart chain which now '.'!, _....... .......t'J.' '..' tI1.!".. "
Now, crews are swarming 750 stores in a 20-state 'f ; : ; .......... '. .. .. ; .,, '
masonry .; :\ ,, .-". _. + "" "e.\:.,. ,' '.I'F.MI' ''''.n:M6W' .
over huge scaffolds as the actual ritory.. ......sJ..3'-..... .... "
walls begin going up at an accelerated Other Walton enterprises _.<" "' '_ .... .';'; ,
pace.Another the Sam's Wholesale Clubs
big breakthrough in the Walton's Ben Franklin Stores. Speed,Ahead,.. .
came with the aquisition of The next of .the eenler. will for local worker,then,
project phase "*w construction: provide jobs up to 250 .
M.-y-cre.have been warming ever the site of the new Wal Mart
Food Lion, a nationwide food store ,begins when the walls are another 1 SO to man the over 25 new.tore.being planned for the plaza when I
Plaza on US 301 South near Starke.
chain. and ft.
a huge 50,000 sq. ;
the work 1 this Fall.
,"We have 'a commitment from 'will. be poured.! Planned after an In-depth !marketingurvey. of the buying population,the : completed: ;r:
i Food Lion and we are, presently
negotiating with a major drug store
chain as well," Brown said. "We,
hope to be finished with the construction

,sometime, during phase the of late the Fall.project' WORKS :LIKE A ,CHEVY TRUCK!
The construction work for the project k-
could employ up 250 people dur-

f Community Education -I : ,jW", \" '',' O '4 I
Classes,Being OfferedThe \J S
following community education k14
Bradford-Union classes are being Vocational offered Center at the( :: Q 99OO

for the fall term.Please preregisterfor
the :''class of your, choice at
Bradford-Union Vo Tech. ', '

118.ING:9/13-10/18 Tuesday 7-10" p.m., i1f'w + Tax, Tag & Title. Net Rebate

ING: 9/15-10/20: Thursdays 7-10
p.m.., $18..HUNTER. "
SAFETY: 9/20-29,
Tues./Thurs. 6:30-10: p.m., Free.


Tuesdays 7-10 p.m., $15.
10/17-11/17, Mondays 7-10 p.m., $l7.
NERS: 9/26-11/28, Mondays 7:30-10
p.m.) $25 per person.VOLUNTEER .
9/6-9/27,Tues./Thurs.6-10 p.m.,$10. ..

day 9-noon, $40.iHunt ,SafetyCourse Chevy Truck.EVERY. NEWChevyOlds i ,

Car '

'Set ,, .
; or Truck Reduced'
Glass AtviRadio.: :.>. :".::, ,

The Florida' Game and Fresh .0 Chrome,StepBumper : ,.for Year-End
Water Fish Commission will be offering -' .. '
,- ,. .
free hunter education courses .
during the month of September .,.. Tr ns. Gauges ,. .

and beginning times:with the following dates "!) 1 yJJghts235 R15"oc We will wheel & deal >',

,..,. September 8, Clay County Lighters Radial Tires f '
ti- Sheriff's. -September Department 13, Keystone, 6:30: p.m.Heights. .. : ; 't,:' < 11> .... ,., ":, ,-'_12.8% APR 6O Mo. $15OO Cash or Trade Equity + Tax:, Tag At Title

Sportsman's Club Bradford 'PLUS Dealer Installed Options to Qualified Buyer
September 12. Vo-Tech
'Center, 6:30: p.m. ,'
The 12 hours course includes Information -' 1984 Charger'' 83 Chevy Pick-Up 85 Ford, Ranger
on firearm safety,
wilderness survival,first aid ethics, Tonneau
wildlife identification, conservationlaws Miles Full Size $3995 Cover.Styled '
and marksmanship' A/C SteptldeExtra Wheels $4995
"Most firearm accidents are 5 Speed Nice52.OOO Much MoreNEW
preventable by following the basic
commandments of firearm safety,"'
says Lt.Ruduy Howell,hunter safe- 83 Ford Wagon XLT '87 Cavalier Z-24: ?87, Corsica, 4-Dr;
ty education officer for the Game
and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
Therefore,every gun owner is urg-, $
ed to take this course." i$7395 AT, AirStereo ? 900
At least 40 states require completion before- Bia
of a hunter safety course
a license can be purchased. ,

education For more contact information the commission on hunter at '87 ":U'PU: ,87 Olds CI.era-, 4 :Dr, '88 Cavalier:RS.

1-800/342-8105.Game-Blrd, Off-Road I)uz,95 'AT, Air. $g 2 Dr. .'

Season' Starts IA>WMlS 22.OOO Stereo'Ml;, AT3,000- MI. 1,500

Migratory game bird hunting Beretta GT "
begins Sept.I when rail(marsh hen) 1988 Celebrity' 87 Caddy
and common moorhen season opensin ,
eO-8pecll SAVE
Florida. Euzmpott 4 ,
Limited Edition
''(Florida Rails gallinules and common).are legal moorhens game 'AT/AC/PS/PB "595 Black, $125OOORIAN On of A, $lO 'OOO
through Nov. 9.' Loaded Kind : tTIlt.
Purple gallinules, however, are ._ Br.*' Hat Over New
protected and may not be taken at -
any time.

Legal shooting hours are one-half
hour before sunrise to sunset. Bag m
limits are:clapper and king Virginia WELLS
daily and 30 In possession; : :
and sora rails 25 dally and 25 Inpossession -
and common moorhens, 'OLDSMOBILEI1f
15 daily and 30 In possession. CHEVROLET -

When planning their tripe,hunters

should licenses make are current.sine their Licenses hunting are G'vIIlo Stark 964.7500 .:Jax 282-4522

available from county tax.collectors,
and their' sub-agents." ..7".


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Starke Police Chief Bowen I,

Retires From PositionStarke I _' .

Chief of Police Jimmy It was announced August 30 that IIJ Term pe at
Bowen announced last Friday. the City of Starke has lost their battle J irPatafaJ 1320 N. Temple Avenue> Starke
rx4IAS4i110R8Jsr( '
August 26,.he would retire effective with the Police Union resulting
October 4,ending a 15-year career. from a hearing before Florida *
The announcement came after Public Employees Relations Com 9pw, 3 0.00 RcBj40.tOI C 64-778D; ,, '
week the mission. Two officers filed charges I
long spectulation by new
media but apparently Bowen had against Bowen with the Alachua I lr'" t/u"'..&St1",J'f you mutt",... ....iAin eaupmt nutty!your'&roust ,, "''" .
Police Benevolence Association :
difficulty making the decision. He "t. "
'said in his letter to the City Commi- (That chapter's district Includes Wave Mttcomt r,, Buy Here. Pay HereN: :
sioners that he believed his retire- Bradford County.) I : Trim I \
3644090Betty's "
be best of both 'The officers maintained that Chief !Batt' //'' "
ment to in the interest ::
his family and the City of Starke.' Bowen has snubbed them at promotion I dOI'1' U4'seuQ Tat ", We" Finance I ,"" ;
Bowen' was arrested by Florida time and harassed them
Department ,of Law Enforcementand because of union activity The ruling ,.,
charged with grand theft and official recommends rehiring of a police officer
misconduct, both third degree ,and the promotion' of'other of. ..
't fleers. "
felonies. "
Prior to his arrest Bowen made a ....
statement August 9 that he was not
resigning, rumors to that effect '
despite .
I Friday he announced retire- < ,,:. ,, ,, "
ment, not resignation. (IHe was SATISFACTION
suspended following his with arrest.pay')by,the council "., Winn-Dixie* 1OO %

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_-....... -' ..-K-TAOfC-....." ...-....- AVG. SLICED & WRAPPED FREE

:, '"SERVICE cHOic BEEF '-, RTBj

,{, ;\\:1: ;" '." IT'S A FEELING YOU GET WHEN ,

Lilly Burgess DOOR. YOU'LL, FIND A




Come on in, we'll treat you right. ,

For ContestMiss 'D "

Put. the Best' Beef
Maria Burgess, '17., ,on
daughter of 'John and Landra
Burgess o( .Starkke, has been Grill This f,
selected',to compete in the 1988, Labor Day '
Florida MISS TEEN Pageant to be .

held Tampa at,the September Tampa:3 Hyatt-Regency, 4, & I 5. -: ,' IV-I Brand U.S. Choice Beef =
In her' pageant, Lilly and other ,
13-18 recognized year olds for their will achievements be honored and in I All of our W D Brand steaks and roasts are carefully trimmed to a %",fat or less. That U 1 ,

,school,community,Burgess and and other personally.Miss 'young. means I"" less'waste ,for you and more great, tasting ,U.S. Choice Beef for your money."THE Q

ladies from all over the State who < W-O BRAND U S. CHOICE
will participate in the pageant must J BONELESSDELMOM1CO
maintain a "B" school_grade HAMBURGER BUNS LOVE'T W-0 BRAND Ua. CHOICaaRIBEYE ,
average Contestants are also required ..- .
to participate in the / STEAKS
W-D BRAND a004i -PUfiE i'
"Volunteer Service' Program", by
contributing at least 12 hours of time HANOI PAK 5-LB. PKG. STEAKS
benefitting those less fortunate As : GROUNDBEEF 98'US / ..} $497
the national charity orgsanization of '
MISS TEEN the March of Dimes P1
Birth Defects Foundation was the -A" : $457 ;
recipient of over$100,000 through the, L8. TOP U.S.ROUND CHOICE
efforts of MISS TEEN contestants D ""'" ,
nationwide. LONDONBROIL
''Toastmaster Clubs throughout the DA INSPECTED W O BRAND SPECIAL '
a-11 LB PKQ
State are assisting the contestants r i
through Youth Leadership programs GROUND ,I I FRYERLEGQUARTERS SMOKEDHAMS -;
Not only do the contestants'' '
receive training in speech or talent, c .' $25 .
but also in leadership training to better :
equip them to be the positive role $ J38BONELESS cNOiat
+ u.
,models Contestants for their will peers.be judged on : 'J, < 48 < 97 LEAN

Scholarship' ", Achievement o' t&' -LB. GROUNDCHUCK '
Volunteer Service,Speech or Talent ,
Personal Interview, and Formal{ .
Presentation. Awards are presentedin FARMSTEAD FRESH QQi W-D BRAND
each category.. PORK CHOPSa' $377 ,GROUND TURKEY 510 $t)49 11
'The 1988 Florida MISS TEEN will m CHOPPED HAM .. ia '
receive a full tuition liberal studies ,<4 'X $15
Nova University in
scholarship to "
Ft.Lauderdale $1000 in cash self- : "LEAN MEATY SMALL 'U.S.D.A.INSPECTED, to
;::: 3Vi-LB. DOWN B-11 LB. PKO. ,
improvement/modeling scholarshipto y' SMOKED PORK FRESH PORK
Ft'Lauderdale,''gifts and prizes
compliments of Peaches Records fDRUMSTICKS ? PICNICS L
and Tapes; jewelry compliments of 4r ,' (

from Girard,the Jewelers Gap Stores, a gift' plus certificate an all-, $ ll7 ; $

expense National Missouri,paid to Finals.represent trip Over to Florida Kansas'$100,000 in City the in .., ; ,. 68 :' LI 77 ) LB. 99 *

scholarships and prizes will be
awarded at the national pageant in a THANKS FOR SHOPPING
Miss Burgess's accomplishmentsand
hobbies are:' National Honor
dancing, swimming, teaching Brad FRANKS ', BOLOGNA or ,' PORK BEEF
ford ,Middle School Jazz,Dancers TURKEYFRANKS
American High, School Students l i ,
Assistant Editor of Annual Staff. ,
Edwards < .
Her sponsors"are JJi$1970
Grocery of 'Theresa,, Orian Wells' 12 99 < $498W.D '
69 ,
Chevrolet, Jr. Women's Club of t
Starkke, Sawyer ,Gas, Mitchell's .
Drugs, John and Landra Burgess ,L
and Denmark Furniture. BRAND .,,$,289 WILsON MADISON BRAND Q99 I ALL BEEF '95

COOKED HAM '. ,. SIZE MEAT: FRANKS Ii. u$148 CORN DOGS '. :311 101 PATTIESTURKEY" ''. . :121hl lOX,,:L I
FARMSTEAD $Q37u ', LYKES' $110uu SNOW 'NECKS' or !
,. 'l1.$2499




Paul Cukln :.iLt $149 to $169 J"l BOX. $980 i.; >'- lase BOX. $590 '

Youth Attends

Special''Bradford CampThe County Farm Fresh Product Clean Stores

Bureau was represented by Paul
Gaskins at the Florida Farm Bureai ,
Federation Youth Camp recently at
Camp Ocala in the, Ocala National
See Page 12D




.September I, WH "I'MLhaItlPlf'I1: : : I IVIKSK: ,MONI'I'OK-.-SKCTION; Page IB

MOBILE, = ---- Training Center Will Be Big Plus for Blending,

HOME By Mark FriedUn training currently done by: the Training (AT) for artillery ,and has always been a trademark of

BCT Start,Writer academy. other heavy units which use the the Guard, was the concept behindthe
SPECIAL !! The Florida National Guard Military Second Lt. Tom Martin, directorof facility (for their readiness training. new Regional Training Site.

Academy at Camp Blanding the Regional Training site said The concept behind the upcoming Virtually every piece of equipment
| MOBILE HOME 3 TON is adding a new operation that will in n public,release.that the center project is A new one. that must be maintained byArmy
CENTRAL AIR.$1195 have a significant fiscal impact on will have a significant effect on the In the face of defense budget cutback and I Guard personnel, is
A m Installed the Stnrke-Bradford County area local economy because of the construction *, the National Guard was currently being stocked at the new
tor mobile homes. Subject to BvailablhtySingleWide Currently under construction is a and the, and the'constant faced with the dilemma or increased .site, Personnel from throughout

Priced from $1.8 million training building that influx of troops for training. training requirements and Florida. Georgia, Alabama and
-will te the home of the Regional The' economic impact of the; a scarcity of equipment with Puerto Rico can be brought, to the

SAWYER Training Site(Maintenance). operations at the facility at Kings- which to train. site for training.A .
GAS & APPLIANCES, Training at the building wilt be in ley Lake' already have a big impact The result, which displayed a )local ,unit, the, 631st"MainUnancw -
addition, to the officer candidateand the and to of Starke is
1103 S, WALNUT ST. -STARKE ( on surrounding commu flexibility: adoptability Company
964-7701 noncommissioned! 'officer nity, especially during the Annual; changing fiscal situations ,which See Page 911

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I Starke Man

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I' OPENREGULA" jury in Bradford County Traffic
nm: HOURS ';/ I S',' Criminal Court found a Starke man
? s guilty: of driving under influence,
LABOR DAY PRICES GOOD despite his claims he not
Iyh'iti was
.F.rl ) I Ir' hlj .A THURS. WED, his vehicle.
SEPT. 1 +7, 1988 Daniel
Reginald Byrd was charged
,with DUI driving while license

\ 5 Oi 10,000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES suspended found slumped or revoked over the when wheel he of was his

', vehicle Feb 21, according to
E Trooper T. C, Pace. Law enforce-
ment was called after Byrd's vehicle
DEEP SOUTH Blocked another vehicle at the Handy
' VENT VUE DEEP SOUTH ; K SALAD Way Convenience store on SR-i
at Griff Loop, said Pace. While the
' FLORIDA WHITEPOTATOES, 'I{ \ i V DRESSING, engine was not running or the vehicle ..
moving the keys were in the ignition
AVOCADOES which under Florida Statue
, : S.Lwo *
es 99i.E 5 4NG constitutes actual physical control
79 as the vehicle can be driven, was the

\ ,/ :fi 1 3f J REACH reason to for Assistant the DUI State charge Attorney, according .

\, 69' $148 John Maines '
lO-LB. Byrd was sentenced by Judge
', :'" BAG ...*.. P CHARCOAL VAN CAMP'S George H. Pierce to 15 days in jail
KOUNTRY fined $1,675, ten years driver's

'('II,;,!( ::,.
. I" ., I, PEANUTS LS LI U\I1IoI\ $ 29 $ ,asleep at the wheel when he arrivedat
i''';.1.':"" ,,I';"I" ,: 5 16.0l. ,198 the parking Keb 21,After beating
the windshield and
. ,' I+ "f ,BAG, CANS on getting no
: ''. ':'' ( response he opened the door of the
: ,, ::1'1' 1978 Toyota and roused Byrd.There
.: .. was no one with Byrd or anyone In
WHITE YELLOW the store who had been seen driving .,,'
{;;, ,,, SUNBELT J.JL047 .the vehicle,'said Pace .-
;: ; LOW TOWELS .'J",. The store clerk. Betty 1 Woolard
; said she saw,the vehicle pull up andslop

\," ,'\ ,', ,' FRENCH'S and the man slump over the
/ < ,' \ 1\ 75c'n wheel, her first thought was he had
{ ,MUSTARD.JM: had heart attack. She said
\ (: I' possibly a
I \V I :;; she saw no one with him and he
;' :! I l,'.', WINN-DIXIE GIVES, LILAC never left his vehicle. Woolard, an

;(" ',!fi":,)''l"';,1,1" "' LOW PRICES! YOU, THE LOWEST .PLATES,_ .'. .,. ''I .I ..c.>, 929 employee years;,said with she Handy is very Way observantand for 11

FOOD, BILL POSSIBLE. > found identified In the vehicle.Byrd as the man Pace,.

.. .. -
; ----- I The defense presented witness
!i, i CHUNK LtTE + who said her husband drove Byrd to
;, .. VAN CAMP. BAR-B-O or BAKED' Starke from Clay Hill that Sunday
: \" :, BEANEE : evening but she could not say with

't''A).:;:':,,: < ( LABOR DAY LET US WEENEES TUNA. store certatmty after that he husband Byrd remained left him at thereor the

//oII\!,)\ :'':,' THIS, 1f1J'\7 if he left and later returned alone.,
f. \' ii, DO THE COOKIN' FOR YOUR Bryd 42a, hibitual traffic offender '
)' ', : $ I 0 9 had his license suspended for "

:t.; ;5:',::' PICNIC OR GET-TOGETHER. 2?,CAN y.L ',tA ez' 67 ," after five years he was in found 1983 guilty in Duval of a County second

DUI in less than a year,he has never
BAR-B-QUE INCLUDES: SLAB OF RIBS, LB., POTATO had his license restored He was
<: SALAD, LB. SLAW, LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD again arrested for DUI March 10,
< .> '.' 1985, according to court records.
1:':'.' ,.,' O99 'KUDDLES MEDIUM ULTRA -LARGE Byrd faces, numerous charges ,of
,' ::"' 'I" $ failure to appear on traffic summons
THRIFTY MAID .. DISPOSABLEDIAPERS and failure to pay fines
'," "" CATSUP The three man three women jury
DINNER rendered a not guilty. plea on the
H EACH ,charge of DWLS. '
'. --" -' INCLUDES: > EACH.THIGHS LEGS BREASTS $ 49 Scheduled' for trial August 31 was
,' _
t-INCH LOAF Of FRENCH BREAD 3 TL Wendell Ray Rhoden'of Melrose,
FRESH BAKED 79 FRIED CHICKEN $799: EACH charged with DUI. Monday Rhoden
$1 __ contest to the and
APPLE PIE . DINNER. SS I pled no charge
Ie EACH .'. :. was fined$625,license suspended six ,I
,. months,50 hours commumtwy work, '

AVAILABLE IN SEAFOOD STORES ONLY HEADLESSSHRIMP 71/SO-Cl ," ." !______________________________.. Tri year.County pay Probation.fine within supervisionone nine mon
ALL VARIETIES ths, attend DUI school. '
'i ,A charge of possession of'cannabis,
WE WILL OFF was dismissed.,
OIt REAM : !

l ', p' IOUs PURCHASES SEAFOOD I $299' .i 893O0. ,- ,. -' _9/3O M- 1 1 1 FIIP Troopers'Continue
fREE' LB. .. A arct: =:g;_:?. License
;= i'-=
FISHERMANS.iCC 2LTR.BTL. : P.I'I: '!iio..x51111ct .. ::;....-
,. ,t"_, .... ""' ''''.... Vehicle Inspections

tWHARE rf ,HEADLESS $399 HEADLESS $499SHRIMP L !M*SfcxiM MMOTWM.OnlylIhMMMMMMMMMMM -...:==--..i Bradford County, .
FRESH SEAFOOD u SHRIMP .l& I 'The Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting diiver' license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during
8 on SR-21, SR-lOO, SR-230, SR-18
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
SEAGRAM'S-GOLDEN,' CR-225, CR-125 CR-229. CR-231
SUPERBRAND WINE, ISLAND. '10W40. MD30W or 10W30 CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
APPLE'JUICE MIST the danger presentedto
WINu COOLER r OIL the public by defective vehicle

', : equipment.trate their efforts Troopers on vehicles will concen-being

'ItAL,98 $26 $ operated with defects such as bad

J 4 PAR .87 brakes, worn tires and defective
1201. :
lighting equipment.'In addition, at-
Iru. tention will be directed to drivers
..... MILD CHEDDAR. MILD who would violate the driver license
SUPERBRAND CHEK 2IU. $1 'TRIAL SIZE laws of Florida.
a... 99c PEPPERIDGE FARM $'69 DRINKS, . : I GILLETTE RAZORS EACH 55 The Patrol has found these checkpoints
.STICK CHEESE. SIlt: LAYER CAKES .'J EACH .........4 i.ilkb.kftMMMMtM .""U rUNCH .......... to be an effective means of enforcing
DRAPE ADS, FRUIT PUNCH, PINK LEMONADE or COOL or -120 the equipment and driver
COUNTRY STYLEMINUTE SUPERBRAND $ 25' ORANGE 19 SCOTCH $349 license laws of Florida while insuring
MAID O $149 1 u r1 VIDEO TAPES the protection of all motorists.
". 54. I TWIN POPS .' 82 I 'J .
,SUPERBRANDYOGURT 'SUNBRIGHT 1 SERVICE. CONVENIENCE AND be conducting driver license dur-and
vehicle inspection checkpoints
cr- LEMONADE ing the week of Sept.2 through Sept.
PAMTV PLAN 8 on SR.100, SR-121, SR-231 SR-241,
cr 0 .e KB,PAID SR-238, CR-18,' CR-237*'CR-22,
.rte gQWPRlCE5.
$558 T., CR-12S. CR231ACR24A and CR-
HACK < .
5-u SIZE 85 ,6.M" 12.0l.CAli '' 796A in Union County.' "

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"Festival of the; Lakes" Art Show & Sale Attracts Big Crowd to KeystoneBy

Mark Friodlin mingle,compare works of art and during the show.. display and for sale at this week. sculpture- basketry, woodworkand Food- and beverage will b*.told,
BCT Staff Writer haggle over prices in the best old A raffle which will )benefit the end's show include oil, acrylic a wide 'variety of handmadecraft ,by local church and chic group* I
Art lovers from all over,the state world'street market"tradition. various charities sponsored by the, watercolor and mixed media items. during the show.,
and South Georgia will be setting The show is set for Sept.3 and 4 club will be held during the event. paintings,'graphic" designs, pho, -'
t"heir.ights, on Keystone,Heights with plenty',of activities for the The completelist of works on tography, jewelry, stained glass,
this weekend as the 11th Annual whole family running from Saturday MORTGAGEBA
"Festival,of:the Lakes" Art Show ",
and Sale gets Underway at the at 9 a.m.,when the show officially Festival of the Lakes 11'
Theme Park near the city hall. opens until IS p.m. Sunday.when NK EPS
,The event,which is sponsored by prizes will be awarded. "
,the #KeystoneHeights Junior The prize money is an exceptionalamount Art Show and Sale
Women's Club has steadily grown for a show this size and it
in size and scope over the years has attracted long list talented, b tHarold l@J
until it has become one of the pre artists who paint,in oils,,acrylics'and '' Festival Entertainment Schedule ,
mier events of it's type in the state. watercolors sculptors who Children's Art Corner at Sat at the Library patio. K.Davit,loan ONIcer LENDER
Hard 'work by volunteers from fashion fantastic forms with ,Aor BOSTON ooxmjnrDancDostoii
a variety Sponsored by the local Scout Troops and featuring 1
the Women's Club make the show of materials,.and craftper.sons finger-painting and rubart.time "Mortgage CorporationLICENSED
and sale a "must-attend" for art who weave their own brandof
lovers and artists alike. magic with every available'natural throughout the FestivalFu MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS .' 1
The show features a amazing variety material from the the delicate Fu the Clown, eaturing face painting.
of art 'and craft works by pine-needle baskets of'Keystone Time Sat 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..,Sun -noon,to 5 p.m ,817 NW 56th Terrace,Suite A,Gainesville,Florida 32607 I

over 100'artisans from all over the Heights' Margaret Boone to the Fiddlers Lennie and Brandon Ambrose. Office 375-2950 Local Number 4730266niA I

state, with over $4000 in prize most finely detailed tapestries. Time 1 p.m.: ,VA Conventional Home Mortgages :
money being awarded to the top- Ronnie Edgerton is this year' Courtney School of Dance dancers ,'" :,,, : _. -

judged entries. Festival Chairman Members of Tlme-Sun'.2p.m. '.. ,:;.:,>.::
The show is popular among the Keystone Heights Women's Body Image Demonstration "I'' ,'' 'I.' .
,artists,as well because they are ,'. INSULATION
Club will also b&on hand to help Time f Sunday..3:30: p.m.
able to sell,many of their works in, their Junior Women's Club sisters
an' informal relaxed setting in
who are working as hostesses, SAVE THAT ENERGYHome
which artistf and the public can (

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,lot E.; Call St., Starke. : FL (Downtown),{>-:':; :,aj: {

Full Spe d... ,
.u ; Construction workers and GIGANTIC
r' L: "A masonry crews are working full,
.; t I throttle on the new shopping
center going< up just South of
v !" Starke on US 301.
Y "'u dd All Summer Sale Rack Shoes
The sign tells of the new clients ; egr
4 stores which have signed up fore
A l .t 4. J''," i the shoplng complex,which will NOWltr
be called"Peer Foot PUia. "
4 Underground water and sewage Q ,.::1 < PRtGE V
l JIB l ; lines have already been laid and ae .
+.l. l + ti work Is proceeding on the walls "" alldida d' # aT
fJI( of the main building. 74a t o 19
1..... .... ... .. Save on Fantastic Styles dress&casual-heels to flats to sandals-hurry pep 14.99 to 39.99
.. _.s1.''.. sale ends soon. You save 60%on Great Styles&Colors
.. ..-...,..... .'I J. ""t -
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.1 :Winning Tennis Instruction ,'' '20off '20 % off

$10' per hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each, ,AH New Fall Styles from our AN regular stock of fine shoes
NOTICE! work&casual shoes. Save on
< -' Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305 Everyday Low Prices of ,
You athletic-western footwear
Did Sell Your Property?
Current students include KHHS team members.., '.Do You Receive: Payments On A Regular Stock.

Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? ',. Ladles'Save'on. Nike. LA.Gear .LE:Nike." .G WNz. Joselle.Jubilee.,Hush Puppies.SAS.,.
Wouldn'tYoy Rather,Have ALL
Cash Now? Charm Step Hampshire Temptations Fashion Flex.Avenues.'' ?,
Call Fred Farnsworth for Details

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'Center ._
Keystone Heights Office 1 ELECT ELECT
260B, S. Lawrence: Blvd.
:'473, -7213 I Ie


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'" Lawtey Man Facing Charges'

Arrested for DUI Again

A 25-year-old Lawtey man who ed free after a,$5,000 surety bond
faces charges of DUI manslaughter was posted.Sunday .
was arrested Sunday, again for DUI. Wagner, driving a 1977
Kevin Michael Wagner, whose Dodge pickup, struck the rear of a
blood alcohol content was..21 per 1985 Oldsmobile which was attempting -:
b cent, was charged In an accident a right turn in a private
August 28 after his 'vehicle struck driveway::1 according to Trooper
another vehicle according to Pace. Both vehicles were westboundon
Calvin SR 16. Estimated damage was
Trooper Pace.
1 Wagner has charges pending from $1,500 on both vehicles

a June 9 accident when he was the Driver of the Oldsmobile, Alisha
driver of a vehicle in which John listedas
Morris of Starke was
David Sheppard, 21, of Lawtey (a a Tlce..201 injury, according to
passenger) was thrown through the Pace.
windshield and killed.The vehicle,a charged with DUI
1975 Oldsmobile, hit two trees, Wagner was
and to carrying and a
...t caught fire and bumped. Wagner was failing
license, said Trooper Pace. He was
charged with DUI manslaughter released after surety bonds of
vehicular homicide in the fatal acci-
dent. lie entered a not guilty plea July $1,820.25 were posted on,the Sunday
11 at his arraignment and remain- charges

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Incident in KII....

I There were no fttalitka thU wreck: In Key.tone Height early this. week, A mined itop.lgn wu the came of the two car eollblon.: Charge are pending Bradford

.*reported by the Florida Highway Patrol Office In Clay,County. In the case Chiropractic Center

Starke Office S

218 Sol Walnut St.

Recent ArrestsIn Next(o the Chamber of Commerce

: Bradford County 964-4957

'The following arrests were made
recently in Bradford County by local .
authorities. PAIN CONTROL 4

Lamar Ardley, 21, was arrested .' HeadachesNeck T''
August 28 for reckless display of :,; ,,(: & Arm
firearm, according to Patrolman ',,' H" Mid Back
Danny Thrift.Bond was set at$1,000, ,' Low Back:: & Leg INJURIES :
he was released on his own, / :,i. J.;" ,
',' Work P.l.lsa'S
recognizance ,'", ; ,,', i a .SforUPtfMiul, \
SMITH: : ',
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Joe William Wright, 23, was ar- P TJlSSSb 'rt'li I
rested August 24 for manufacturing _ _ 1 UUllL'Aa..*AccMnH
cannabis, according to InvestigatorDavid :
Aderholt. Bond was set at (,
I$500, he was released. on his own, DR.RICIIARD C1ULLER


Keith Leroy ,Jones 28, was ar
rested August 26 for burglary,accord REMEMBER US! CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT
'ding to Patrolman M.T. Short. Bond I
released :24 HOURS A DAY",1 DAYS A WEEK,,
was set al,000, was on
,his own recognizance., .
,,964-4951- HOUR BEEPER, i

'John Lee Brown, '31', of Lawtey 'Elect, DAVID B. SMITH JR. on 'Sept. 6 --M..VA a1 N1a e"hArr.I"VIII '
was arrested August 29 on a warrant "
charging violation of probation (attempted -*
sexual battery), accordingto -

set Deputy at $1,500 Harvey, he was Rhoden.released Bond on was'his t \ IT'S TIME TO REDUCE YOUR

own recognizance .

George Augustas Smith'22 was SCHOOL TAXES
arrested 'August 25 for burglary
,\ criminal mischief, according to i HA
Patrolman Jeff Johnson. Smith W
allegedly burglarized Apt. 49 on the Your school taxes could ,have been reduced by:over $466,000 the F .

Brownlee DeSue. Bond side was belonging set at $1,000 to Marion rash Rtsautaut last two years your school taxes have been higher ,the last 2 years

;or surety,Smith remains in custody.+' -' have in 10 '
Mandarin & Szechufin Cuisine: than they over years. .

Keith Leroy Jones, 28, was ''arrested
August 26 for burglary,accor 1900-N Tempt Stark, Florida 32091, 1979 5.15 Mills,, 1982 5.478 Mills 1985 ((6.017 Mills

charged ding to Patrolman with a burglary Short. Jones at Dees is TORENA.MOTEL 1980 4.8.04 Mills, 1983 ,- 5.500'Mills 1986 6.169 Mills
Trailer Park. Bond set at$1,000, For reservations or,take out orders catf964.7681
1981 :-, 4.511 Mills 1984 5.65 Mills 1987 7.603 Mills
he released his
was on own '
recognizance 1988 -, 6.323 Mills

Traffic ,Tuesday Friday' The Supcrinicndant bas recommended extra millagc, the last two years totaling over 2.2 mills with a value of

Kenneth Gregory Morgan, 33, of Lunch appro 46600000. According to the Budget Summary Notice in the Bradford Co.Telegraph the fund
"- : 11 p.Tn.112.30 p.m.
Starke was arrested August, 27 for balance (money rolled forward) this past year was over 700000.00 of unspent money and a projected fund
'driving, while license suspended ill
4:30 9:3O
'(DWLS), driving under Influence Dinner. ,balance of over$760,000.00 for June 30,,,1989., Did we need to increase our taxes by $466.000 the last two

(DUI), refusing to sign citation, according Saturday 4:30 til 9:3O: ,years if we were not going to spend them?? ,

He,was to released Patrolman after Gordon,a, $1,315.75, Smith. Lunch Sunday: 12 Noon til 2:30 -

surety was posted. Dinner 4.30tn9p.m., --- ELECT A CONSERVATIVE WHO WILL '
Teresa:Louise Degraffenreid, 36,
of Marathon was arrested August 27 4'
Vote ForDavid
for DUI.. DWLS, according to .. ,
Patrolman K. R. Hinds.Jr. She was B.
released after a $834.50, surety,bond
was posted.; ,u.
Leonard William Sapp32; was arrested ,
August 27 for DWLS.accort
ding to Patrolman Hinds. Bond was Superintendent ,or Schools Bradford County r .
'set at $210, he,was released on his", N. ... A1.. 3
own recognizance.., '

Johnnie Stubbie Martin, 34, was PRIMARY BALL
arrested August 29'on 'a Capias OFFIQIAL
charging DWLS, according to In-'
'vestigator Aderl olt.'While attemp- DEMOCRATIC PARTY
ting the arrest, Martin ran from .

Aderholt but was apprehended. He Bit:' COUNTY F=FLORIDA .
was found in possession of a crack At : DEORD .
pipe and was additionally' chargedwith e',;d;. r.,'; '
possession of drug parapher- T :; PRg(;INCT NUMBER ,
nalia and resisting artest without 'C:.
violence.said Aderholt./ Bond was \4'N: : \:1'1": : ''''''' ,SEPTEMBER, 1988

set at $702.50.' TO VOTE for a candidate"; ,mark a croSs 00 In the blank space .

Harry McDougal.24,was arrested, at the RIGHT of the,name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote.,
August 24 for DWLS:: (two counts), '
according to Investigator Aderholt., '
ty.Bond was set at$1,000 cash or sure- S)giN S iG i COUNTY

Landon Howard Underwood, 21, United. ,\\e senator''' Clerk. of the Circuit Court '

was arrested August 23 for DUI, according fVdte,for One), (Vote for One)
to Trooper Clark Williams. a _
Underwood's blood alcohol contentwas
.11 percent Bond was set at PATRICIA (PAT) F7RANf< '+
$362,50, he was released on his own K. DAVIS
recognizance. BILL, ,GUNTER f

Man ArrestedFor RAY'' NORMAN -.1 '
A'73-year-old Starke man was arrested 'VOTE FOR, AND ELECT.
at his home in Starke August;, Sheriff
28 for firing his shotgun. RADER (Vote for One)) RAY
Police were called to 1005 Utah 'FRED .
Street at 10:04: a.m. where Alvin
Gibbs' was allegedly shooting at '
Johnny Jackson, according to
Patrolman M.T.Short.Gibbs was in
possession of 12 gauge shotgun shells STATE' GLEN MOORE Clerk of the Circuit Court .
and a shotgun was In front of his .
house,said Short.Gibbs said he was SecretaryroOnef DOLPH REDDISH I I pd. pol.adv. '
shooting at Jackson because he was )
"messing with him."
Gibb was charged with Improper .
exhibition of a firearm,according to WILLIAM T ""BILL"I KEY ,.
Short. Bond wa'set at$2,000,he was 'Tax Collector '

released on his own recognizance.. 'TOM R., MOORE (Vote ,for One) "




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1 I Man Charged

Union Robberies.

Georgia man' has .and demanded money. August'ud 16 tne
i i with three armed rob- suspect'again robbed that store as
convenience stores ,in well as'another convenience store
said Whitehead
a clean slate, we have A "tip from family members*' led
armed robberies in this 'to his arrest, said Whitehead
according to Sheriff Jerry Thomas was visiting relatives in
We worked day and Union County at the time of the rob
'' and it paid off, we have beries, He remains in custody: tinder
said Wh'to'I''\ a $75,000 bondBradford .
".. County authorities are
Lee Thomas was arrested still searching for a suspect in there
GA and. charged with'' cent armed robberies in that county
S k. S convenience store According to Director of OperationsDon
August 9, where he Denton, there is a possitflity:
"+ D T"1"tMiI! *!IxinchtniCe\ Thomas could be ''their man" also

x w t 1 Charged with Grand Theft .

Starke man has been prehended when fie ran from policeat
stealing electrical wire, which time a crack pipe was
found in his jeans pocket, said Atc
Clain., Aycox said he got the Wire
Lavon Aycox, 818 Reba from Ricky Tyson. The wire was
charged with grand theft taken from Kinney Electric Co
after Starke Police'of- valued over $500,
routine patrol found him Aycox was also charged with deal
.1."' that fit the description ing in stolen property burglary said,
:"': \ "I, had been stolen a day McClain.
according to Investigator Bond has been set at $3,000, he remains
McClain in custody
'." ," ( 964.4547'r Aycox was up-

,Step ,In To Fashion at

Police Car lilt.. Joan's Fashions
I This new (198S police cruiser owned by the city of Starke wp struck by a' '' call toga lurb..n'ce.: The r .
station wagon Thursday evening while the officer was on hlA way to answer a IHJI., Starke( plaza ". .

ed' guilty, sentenced" .to' 21 months Sworn'complains filed i Labor ,Day
:News BriefsStarke DOC,concurrent. defendents charging Fa11''
Pre Sale!.,
Richard Hosea Carr arrested Feb battery, aggravated -
3 for:robbery while armed; pled guil- theft 'auto, grand theft, "
Police Car ty, sentenced to four years DOC, criminal mischief,petit ,on Special l

Involved in AccidentA -- Fashion Selections, and
police'' officer received '
city ";;;;; :: : 'Monet Jewelry
minor injuries in a accident early FLB.TliJINTHEflTREStarke I -ff
Thursday evening; the driver of the i
second car. has been charged with 9645,45'1Open 1lV :
DUI \\ g
Sale Begins Sept, 1
Investigator Michael McClain, In Every Night f;'oun&y.
'a 1988 Ford patrol car, was west-' ,thru Sept. 3 _
bound on SR-16 at 6:11: .m.'August
2.00 O'fu
25, responding to a disturbance call. I I t > 3 BIG DAYS ONLY!
At the intersection of North WalnutSt ,sat. & Sun. 5:00: Showing, n .Jluusorits ,
a northbound 1978 Ford station-' Tuesday Showing Our shop runncih '
wagon, 'driven by Benjamin Decorated Viclorian -J1- Closed Sept 5 for
.t. Franklin Allen, Jr,77,.pulled from' .
; ,Starts Friday. Sept 2, t ,dolli.'porcelain. swans .:LaborDay
the stop sign m front of the patrolcar '
Roberts., according'. to Trooper D. C. TOM CRUISE [5] *and Unadvertised lots of additions tale f' .

Allen's blood alcohol content was Our. ,Bear of the \ \ 'Ift finest in
t 17 percent. He has been charged Come in and LadiesFashion
with DUI and failure to yield right- CLOS ,
of-way.McClain,who was travelling'at .
45 mph, was cited for exceeding I I .. SCREEN TWO 1 I S04 'J> D l.st. ; VISA MASTERCARD'
posted speed limit, said Trooper ,..stJfa..
McClain was taken to' Bradford
Hospital by Rescue 60 where he was WHO FRAMED'ROGER'RADDIT

.. treated for minor injuries. pJJtl .\ '. '. "
i." U..WII'.J Dantageto tM.newlWlirft Btattonwagon pa>ZIOR was/hp i 9 tllti I totalled, said Roberts. ,,!." .... .. I "j; 'to

Left Overs 3D1 1 DHIVE-In
July SA ReportThe SUPPLIES;
Sforke 964-7484,
following cases receved finals
disposition from the Bradford Coun- Frl. Sat, & SunLlC'ENSE LAST!
ty State Attorney's office (in July

r Oct.Loyal 17 for Eddie possession Aldridge of crack arrested cocaine SAVE $ $ $'$'

battery Of law enforcement ,TO DRIVE
;officer; pled no contest, was placedon '
Rated PG
two years probation t'
J. Jacqueline Honeycutt arrested Admission: .ALE
April 18 for issuing worthless check Adults: ..._.....'.,..,..,. 99C
($400); pled guilty, placed on, two Children,?,..,..............;' 504 99 Ipp '
,years probation 'I .. . ,
Reginald Eugene Barron arrested e RADIO SOUND' M1 '
Feb. 3 for robbery while armed; pI- 118.00 I '. .. '
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Obituaries_._ ';"",'!'Ia;
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Mr. Seeber Brannen'' years ago. He was a Fla. District Lawtey and Robert Martin of 'Funeral services were held Aug. 'Tx., died Aug.24'' In Anson Hospital Seay of Abilene; a daughter, Ruth'i, \
Mr Seeber Paul Brannen,. 74, of Service Manager for The Brandt, Jacksonville three brothers Billy 27 at :Airpark Baptist Church of following an extended illness 'Lazenby of Tampa; and four grand' : :: ;,
Macclenny,died Sunday morning at Inc.,a veteran of the VietNam War Martin of Starke, Henry Martin of Starke with Rev.,LeRoy Olive of children. .' 'Hi 1.
,the Whispering Pines Care Center in' 'with the U.S. Navy, and a Catholic. Tennessee and Roy Martin of ficiating. Interment was in Padgett Born In Florida Mr.Seay lived In: Graveside funeral services were ,..
'Starke after an extended illness. Survivors include his wife, Helen Gainesville; three sisters Margaret Cemetery under the direction of Abilene since 'I960. He was a' held Aug. 29 In Ft.Call Cemetery in ," ,
Born in Union County, Mr.,Bran- Bohannon Burch; a daughter, Kim McCrea of Marco Island Frances Jones Funeral Home of Starke. carpenter and a farmer, He was a Lake Butler, with Rev.' P.R. '; 1:11: ,
nen Uved in Lake City.Palatka and Burch Fertig of Hinesville, Ga.; his, Tyer of Keystone and Gale Tyer of Chiirrh member in of Abilene the ,Highland Baptist Graham officiating. Archer Funeral ', ';
Valdosta,before moving fo Macclenny parents, George R. and Ruth Burchof Starke; 18 grandchildren' and 2 ', ,Mr.Pearl Seay Home of Lake Butler was in charge ',", :,:
9 years ago) If* retired from the'Tiorjjui Corryton, Tenn.I two brothers, greA randchildre .; Mr. Pnnrl A. Seay, 79. of Abilene. Survivor Include his wife Mamie of arrangements. ''' ,
George R. Burch, Jr., of ,
1 C H.'h.. i ii I I. !l1t.t I I I'M' Reading
pony,, as an AAM, .tUII t I'rad11II\ i P.i Mid Kenneth Burch of .
visor. He Tallahassee; two sisters, Lucille'
was BupUst.
Survivors Include his wife, Donnie Martens of El Paso'Tx, and Linda OFFICIAL PRIMARY
Hall of Corryton, Tenn. his father- ,
,Mae Loadholtz Brannen; a ; DEMOCRATIC PARTYBfA'D'ORO
daughter, Josephine'"./0'' Reed of in-law and njQiher-in-law! < Mr. & '
Keystone Heights; a brother, Jam Mrs. Curtis Langley of Lawtey. ,': COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
mes Ressie Brannen of Jackson- Funeral services were held Aug. ,)"l': I%' 'JPCINCTNUMBER I
ville; a sister, R.V. Green of Mac- 29 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with ''<:. ,f SEPTEMBER 6. 1988 -? '

clenny;'elghl grandchildren' and six- Fr.McNeill Phil officiating.Cagon & Burial Rev. Grayson was In TO V ifb- "\ "IX.( )In tho blank space. al ttio RIGHT ol the name.of th ''nnd Jai:'(of whom" you desire to.... .

great-grandchildren. Lake under .... ,
Funeral services were held Aug. Crosby Cemetery' the ,. ,"n 1O' 1\ .
direction ,
30 in the Chapel 1 of Archer Funeral of Jones,Funeral Home. '
Home In Lake Butler with Rev.Don- SSIONAl COUNTY I u"j'a'y I ""a >"" ';;',lf'I"i' < ',", ,
nie Williams and Rev Andy Robert Earl MartinMr. Un tfd States Senator Clerk ol the Circuit Court )".' 'x' 7' l"' .,': ''.1 's,'E"LE"CT' f '
Bowman officiating Burial was in -- Robert Earl Martini; 58, of .(Vote for One) (Vote for On.) 'i'':,.'(, ; '. '

Mt. Zion Cemetery near Lake Lawtey died Thursday Aug. 25 at "
Butler, with Archer Funeral Home' his residence following an extended PATRICIA (PAT) FRANK 'Ha' rold"K. '
illness. ,
in charge of arrangements. BilL GUNTER
Any memorial( contributions may Born Dec. 26.1929 in Gainesville, DEWAYNE ELDER
be made to North Central Fla. Mr. Martin was a lifelong resident of CLAUDE KIRK T i '
Hospice :e/o Alachua GeneralHospita' Lawtey. He was a retired sawmill BUDDY MACK Y RAY NORMAN '
', 801 S.W. 2nd ,,Ave., worker from Gilman Paper Co. in DavisClerk
Gainesville, Flfi; /,"\\. Maxville and a Baptist, DAN MICA "
Survivors include his wife, Lavina Sheriff
Mr, David A. BurchMr Padgett Martin; eight daughters FRED RADEA>I (Vote lor One) ,

David Arthur Burch, 39 'of Kathleen Mizelle of Middleburg" Court
Lawtey, died 'Aug. 26 in Baptist Diann Gault,Mary Sellers and Susie e KENNETH ETHERIOGE of Circuit
Medical Center of Jacksonville Jones all of Lawtey,Judy Northup, 'STATE ( "
Deborah Martin and Libby Joiner,
following a brief Illness. Secretary ol Slat '
Born Aug 28, *948 in Jacksonville,, all of Jacksonville, and Angie (Vote lor One) OOLPH., REDDISH I" ,
Mr Burch moved to Lawtey five Underhill of Starke; three sons, \
Randall,and. ; ,Kenneth Martin of WILLIAM T. 'BILL" KEY .


. Dislocated Worker Program Set 'I JIM TAFT .' Think of the years ahead..growing expanding years :' :,,\: ,

WANTED: Employers 'to 'participate all applicants prior to referral and requiring courteous, competent service. ,.,." ''i ,
-in the Title Dislocated, will reimburse the, training Treasurer '
Think about DAVIS has the
Worker Program. employer fot 50%of the participants qualifications..HAROLD ," '/: ,

The JTPA Title III Dislocated hourly wage for the training period. work history and training (ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS,, ,"'/;:;:"
Worker Program will fund on-the( Employers must have a bombed ,....'... ,
job training positions for the long- job opening be willing to train and ADMINISTRATION MANAGEMENT and MARKETING)

term unemployed. Training be covered by Worker's Compensation Think'' about Public Relations Ability ,,. We need a
agreements will be negotiated with or some, other comparable in
'employers Inking Into account, the surance. friendly, out-going personality the ''Clerk's'' position
'Individual characteristics" of the par- For further' Inrormation'' contact 1 1I.-r'I'hink about Reliability and Capability..We need a,
'Ticlpant so that the un-the-job training 'i Marcy S. Kelly, 1430 S. First St.
will be mutually beneficial to the Lake City, Fl ((904) 7580433. LocalLcontacts working Clerk,willing arid ableto assisit the people with
'participant and the employer may be made with V. Mitchell r '
their needs
JTPA will pre-screen,and assess' .Job Service, Starke, 964-8092. i at any time.*

. Job Service ,Accepts:; ApplicationsThe I r : t MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION'- ': '

Job Service of Florida; 'Qualified applicants will be screened -
located at 1430 S. First Street in and assessed for employmment FORHAROLI ,
Lake City,is currently accepting,ap background, skills, aptitude andd in "
plicatlons for the Title III Dislocated terest. Employabiihty skills vocationaj K. DAVIS, :\::;:"
Worker Program. \ counseling and on-the-job CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT' ', :
training positions wjll be developed : :
Applicants must be unemployedfor accordingly, ', 'Y", '
at least 15 out of the last 26 weeks For information,call Lake City, PD.FCI.ADV.GAS ,"

'and 7 calendar days immediately 758-0433 ,or Starke, V, ,Mitchell,
prior to such determination. 964-8092. '

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'. Yet it cannot be bought begged borrowed, or -UMIT, ONE PER FAMILY -' ',"
stolen' For it is something that is no earthly :;tjg
,godd ,to anyone until it is given away. ,
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'From page 30 After the training'site formally Classes taken during the training
heavily involved !In th. project begin. operations In October 1989 sessions will last from one day to
according to Lt,Martin.The com soldiers can be trained to use all of 180-hour' courses for complex
pany }is providing support for the the various type. of equipmenttheir equipment*needed.

initial'stages of the project and wilt unit.may be required to'operate >I All of this means that the National

be one of the first units in trainingat whether,the unit actuallyhas and Florida Guard presence,
': the new center. the'equipment' on hand at all which has been steadily increasingin
1,1'1' Yv. I One of the problems the new center times or not.Adoptability. the Starke-Bradford I Countyarea
\, ( 'Ito solve arises since the military buildup of
.' i js designed
,' ,. \ when Guardsmen are' shipped is the key word, according the Reagan administration.
overseas and find themselves using to Lt. Martin.The trainingcan The new facility will also providethe
\ equipment they may not have be adapted to fit the schedules, ability to train personnel al-

t been exposed to in the course of needs and requirement of individual from page 30
: '-: their training. troops.
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Former Florid Governor Claude Kirk made a top In Bradford County laat week..part of hit campaign for a aeatExCoT. ..
III the V.s.SeDate. Mary ,
.Kirk,with his faithful hound dog at hU tide,are making a quixotic bid. for the teat held by toon'to retire Jackson Porch lazzotd \
Sea.Lawton a. c.. Rita Flynn ,
Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish wu on hand to greet the 8>1'10._.( Diano Snow
; More to Comel'OWNERS ,-

., Blanding, Has. Big Economic Impact HereBy : -

Connie, -.....: __
Mark Frtedlln The economic report does not include mp'Blanding employs 119 Na Payna-Hannon 5 5r
,;"',, BCT Staff Writer retirement funding, which tional GUard Technicians,30 Active & ,
.: Ask any merchant.storeowner or benefits a substantial number of Guard Personnel and 77 state ROM Smith
: I .',i''; !: landlord In the area and they will tell retirees especially in the surroun- employees at the facility on a
h.tt"\N:: ; \: :' ; ':, you that the Florida National ding communities ,like .t>tarke. sprawling, 70,380-acre Kingsley '
,>:(/ ,i ",\';;:" Guard' Camp Blanding means big Keystone Heights and Middleburg. Lake site which serves as a major 1N
, ,,-'.\' '.'.,1/; 4 business for the local community Local Impact training area for units from all over ''S /
...':..' ::1 ','jr' with "ripple" effects in the area 'The impact on Starke from Camp' the Florida and the rest of the United Eva
, .' /c, ,''' 1\\ ,economy that are well-known to Blanding is big.and growing steadily States. VareekoOur ..
, ,'\1,1" business and civic leaders. These influxes of and '
':. as the local facility adds operatingand large men
," .' The State and Federal dollars training units and has ex- machines each year for their Annual ,\'
which support the Guard's high perienced a big surge in growth dur- Training exercises (AT's) are a big ",7'Technician
readiness level priorities (they ing the Reagan administration, part of impact on the local economy
would be called into action quickly in which emphasized the growth and Which other communities do pot
any major conflict) and the, ,readiness of guard units as an important -' have.:
economic effects of those dollars on part of its defense posture." I
Starke and other communities in the LABOR DAY ,' .j
" outlined in economic Im- ,
state are an SPECIALS!
pact report released by the Florida

National Units of Guard.the Florida" NationalGuard ::1 Dr., D.W.. Whiffen, ,20% I -
are located everywhere on
the map -, in 57 different com: i(' Optometrist 'Off
munities,and is supported financially ,;AD '
by both state and federal funding.. ServicesNOW, i:
Federal funding for Guard units in
964-6311 1
'" under \
I ', state were just $110,000 I
,,,: 'last year and the state contributedover '*'.. < ?
seven million dollars. In addi- Announces ,
New Office Hours '
tion federally owned equipment
operated by state employees is :Weekdays-, 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m. 'OPEN MONDAY '- SATURDAY
worth just under one-half a billion : '..1*.1i *
dollars. Closed Wednesday and,Saturday

The "ripple" effects on the local ,
include the Guard,Unit's
purchase of support..equipment...in ((i..-' Tuesday Evenings
,ib. Each unit In t, 'I' "' '
surrounding area 1 ( :.
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Is characterized by Construction 'to ) ':,' Appointn: e t .r'.w ,.,11./ SOMETHING NEW!
of a local armory which is
by state and federal funds. .
Services and purchases to supportthe -- -- ,at
local facilities In each community -
to the millionsof t
pale in comparison

when dollars these spent"citizen-soldiers"by Guard personel are LAKE, AREA PHYSICAL THERAPY, Inc., Teal Tile &, Carpet

paid. Their'earnings' on the
r' statewide level exceeded$28,000,000 'Certified Rehabilitation 'N. St. e Starke 964-7423
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Florida.House of Representatives Medicare, Insurance and Worker's Compensation//Accepted '
<' ted Off
District 21

,The Fro e'* Laura; ..-lodges. PT. Jennifer Bradley, P.T; ''suggested" \ Retail' ,Price

I; Candidate: for Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP
,, EffectiveRepresentation
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. WANTED s ;r,"fj 1 f 964-7 176Ceceli
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COP LIQUOR LICENSE! Bradford County WANT TO STOP, OCALA NATIONAL ,FOREST Wooded Please writ P. O. Drawer 280 Starke. J Jw.

for sale, Good for any f.allilquar THAT'S OURS I lots, river access; $5450 Each. No Fla. 32091. 4/7TF '! I* I .j Mimr Terwlllegar' f**"* \\f mm .r<*
business, I I.... package stare, lounge, Alcoholics Anonymous 'money. down, $65,41 monthly. Owner 'WANTED) BOWLERS TO JOIN FALL
restaurant bar motel fraternal '64-41SOer 944-2000 1-236-4579 or 1.622.2438. 1/7TF LEAGUES! It'* fun rewarding and In. will tafe you through,everi stage of buying a home
lodg. No food sales required. Broker pd thru 9/29 CAMPGROUND t TIMESHARE RESALES expensive! Phone. 9648175 Now,
protected. Call George 813-786-4222.: CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free Let America's No. L, company sell your '!chg 8/18-9/8 Including financingfHOMES %
pd 10/13 estimates HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. resort for you. Fast and courteous ser CASH PAID FOR AMERICAN TOOLS I

_ FOE.RENTi Office space or retail soles Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559 TF vice. Call now Resort Sales International or mechanic. complete sets KINGSLEV LAKE 90' on lake, 3/144' horn. 2/1 MH
Downtown Stark. $300 HOME REPAIR roofing new Toll Ire 1-800-423-5967. Icon ::
area. per painting large or small alto tool boxes 207 ALVAREZ CTt 2 8R, 1 Ba, from, fenced yard $ 17.500
month. Call 964-6303. John. TF and tar off. Additions, remodeling. PARADISE In Western North Carolina.
Pre-1970 Phon 964 8175 or
'co. N.W. 29th AVEt BR, 2 ba, stucco 8 tram, 20.7 acres, CH&A $ 79,400
FOR LEASE 1250 ft, 301 South across Thomas E. lee Construction office Rushing creek, breathtaking views,
sq 7/7TF' and 473-7473 Stchg 8/189/1 BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR, 1 ba, CB wood floors, 1185 ..f.. 5 acres $ 60,000
from n.w KOA/Wolmart. Also 2000 sq 964-2852, horn 4311675. lakefronl. Leave heat stress BUY OR SELL Old house or building In
and P.O,Box 1104, CONERLY ESTATES) 3 BR, 2 boo FP, 1800*.I.,ay financing $ 82,000
ft for lease. Call 964 8848..964-8447, or LAWN SERVICE for residential com behind. Lakeside Realty. ? W* will buy and move off
evening 473-3627. 8/4TF .mercial. Landscaping/ tree removal, Hayesvllle, NC: 28904, tell, your way Call Thomas House CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin 98 ft.on water, IBR/f Bar. ,
OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on lawns. vacuumed. No |lab too big or 704-389-917' Icon yaur.-property.Mover 752-5825. 752.2318.8/18 4lpd GRAHAM) 3/2 2.78 Ac.. 1930 *.f., CH&A $ 85,000 if
Hwy 301,. Starke. Apply at Ourranc.P small Free estimates. 964-4238. 2/4TF ,N. CAROLINAS N. GEORGIA PROPERTY 9/8 SO CHIC SO CHEAPI newly remodeled 3BR )/Be freshly
mp S Supply, 9647061, B/2STF SEWING MACHINES All makes and' lakefront crktront home lots BUY I SELL W* buy old. run-down pointed, new carpet, 628 Pinewood St, Reduced $ 25.500
1 models cleaned and oiled and ,ad.Iu.t.d. mobile home lots. Carolina CountryReal houses or "handyman- specials"; Call 407 CENTER STREET) Two apartment $ 25.000

LOSTFOUNDLOST.SMALL 1500. 19 year experience Estate P.O. Box 686, Hayesville, Thomas House Movers, 752-5825, 401 CENTER STREET: I 10.000RD.
All work guaranteed. Hwy 233 & 16 N.C, 28904. Collect 704-389.8335. fcan 7522318. 8/18 4tpd 9/8 iSOEi story CB I from., 3/1 $ ".000
(Morgan Rd.) Call 964 8733 for house,, MIDDLE ,AGED LADY would like 120S BLANDING STl CB,3/1 3/' ba CHIP,, 3/4 acre $ 45 000

BROWN CHANGE PURSE.' calls. 814TFREMOOELlNG ANIMALS & PETS housework by day or hour References SMALL FARM: 3.83 Acres, from / 1532..1. $ 36.000
sometime In late Jun. Keys, gold' wedding additions, painting. rooting furnished Call 964-6961, Itpd 9/1 315 N.MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR, 2 ba $ ".000
r: bond. Please call 964-7015. Itpd work. Lie, No. 0034596 Phone FOR SALE $ 32,500
I HWY. 225) 2/1 from. 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac.
I'r' 9/1 964-7802 8/4TF BOATS 1115 NEIL COURT) 3 BR. 1 Ba carport owner financing I 36.000
NEW STORE IN STARKEI Full line of major SHETLAND PONY, 2 WILD MUSTANGS KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR 1 Ba, 1500 ..f., wood from, $ 50,000
CARS. TRUCKS.VANS appliance part, In-home service broken 3 1'''. old, horses and all tack. BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ <<.000
available. Ed Reconditioned Appliances Call 964 5410 ft SKI BOATt 90 hp Mercury
Price negotiable Cindy. 1915 $ 40,000
MENG DAIRY ROADS) 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHS A. so near
CHEVY '/.' TON 4x4 ,PARTS) front and ? 310 E. Call St., 964-2966.4tpd before noon or after 7 p.m. ,4tchg trolling motor cover .I more, $7500.
rear axles, transfers, transmission, 8/11-9/1 8/18-918 964.4098. Itpd 91STROUT .....LOTS t ACREAGE..,,. -
etc. 964 5812 TFc. PECAN SERVICES) machine harvesting. THOROUGHBRED MARE 12 yr old. Can't HWY. 325 10 acres joins Alochua County sine $ 25.500CONERLV
ltd FAIRMONT! Ford cylinder PS. PB. cracking shelling and orchard handle, needs experienced rider $350 ESTATES) Lot 10 10,000
AC. low mlleage.-$1600 1980 FORD maintenance. Also custom tractor services tack Included. Saddle stirrup needs REALTY MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city $ 10,000RD.

LTD: 302 engine, good mechanical available 9643210.' 8/25 2tpd repair 782.3213. 2tchg 825.9i.SCHOOLS ., Incorpoi oted 100 EAST) 1.37 Mr..,wooded and plotted $ 7,000
$1100; 1975 MERCURY MARQUIS; all 9/1 Broker LAWTIV) 5 acres 105th Ave? good Investment $ 15,000RD.
CHILD CARE mother of 3 will babysit 100 E 12 fish pond wide $ 26,000
power AC, good transportation new 831 N. Temple Ave.U.S.301)( ) ) acres open spaces
and your child any. age; for more information BAPTIST CHURCH 50,000 !
tires, new battery, new starter St.".. Fl 32091 PRIMITIVE RD.t20,16ecr.s,3wells,2pales
alternator $650. NEW 24x4' ABOVE. call 496-3194. 2tchg 8/25-9/1 CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared f 100'on water $ 19,800
GROUND POOL] 1 Syr*, 'liner warranty, BULLDOZER WORK, $40 per hour. 964-8931 WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Flo Frontier $ 15,000
heavy duty motor and big filter sy. 782.3306. If no answer 782.395..1.0". UNITED TRAVEL SCHOOLS. Reservotlonists '463: Rental. Investment I 2 Story apt,
complete, all attachments, $900. Days name and number 8/25TF Trovle Agents, Ticket Agents, house plus 2 BR home, E. South St .,....COMMERCIAL..,..
496-1307 ,or night. 496-2680. 4tchg K t K CLEANING SERVICE Commercialand live Computer Training. PlacementAssistance Drastically reduced ($45.000)) LOOKING FOR A DEAL Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to' $85,000
/11.94IS business, personal tervlce Financial Aid Available, 1472 20 acre. Lowt y, $34.600. LOCATION. LOCATION! This prim camm.rclallocotian 507 W. Madison St,
I IT TRUE you can buy Jeep for $44 References available. 964-4908., 8/18 Correspondence/Resident Training, Owner financed. directly across from WlnnDlxle. could be converted to your needs.

through the U.S, Government? Get the EOW Accredited Member NHSC, Call toll- 1464; 21 unit, motel.-restaurant, I tl kit liD. WEST) Four duplexes $130,000
fact today! Call 1-312-742-1142) .?. ext. PIANO LESSONS: 9e4-S649. Itpd 9/1 free I.BOO-782-2480. Headquarter chenettes., 10 singles, 13 acres front' SUPER COMMERCIALI Greet two story building corner Call I Walnut St.,
609. 4tchg 8/11.9/1' EARN $7.75 MR.) W* need assistance In Clearwater Florida. Icon US 301. Reduced Low Downpaymenll 3198 I f., clean excellent. condition, live upstairs, hove
evaluating and responding. to i dally UNITED TRUCK MASTER Truck',Driver Zone Benefits
19el THUNOERBIRDi new transmission '470 24 Unit Motel Rental plus office business downstairs Best location! Enterprise
new paint, look e run Ilk.'new,' work report submitted by our agents Training D.O.T, certification lob .pac..lor: rent. Great Income realized 3.34 ACRES-301 South) 190' on 301, 94 zoned commercial 96' zoned.
000 OBO. Call 964-4510 after 5 : throughout the state. No ,experience placement assistance,. financial aid shed 62.000
$2. p.m here. Negotiable terms. Open Rural small t BR horn A slnglewld. I CB bldg. utility $
: paid to complete training. available .
necessary correspondenceresidenttraining
-3tchg 8/18-9/1 '' $ 30,000
200x400 fenced toned B-A
fruit ,
4476 Mobile with' added opt.j
PICKUP speed column;, Workk at hom. For Information send accredited member NHSC. :
Yy 1970. excellent for hunt.r .self-addressed stamped envelope 9'/4' Call toll-free 800-346-3112.. Heod- tree,. fenced yard Keystone. BR, 2 lAKE BUTLER 12 unit trailer park $55,000
9 runs-6911.good 8/23 2tpd 9/I : Inches long toi: AWGA, Dept. E,, Box quarters:: Clearwater, Florida. fcqn ba all like new. 301 SOUTH: 193 ft;301 frontage $85,000
( TRUCK good tires, lots of ,'49204 Atlanta, Ga. 30359. Itpd 8/11, THOMPSON STi 11,362 *f., brick Enterprise Zone, Benefit $ 80,000
9/1 301 N) T.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldgs, 2.0'an.301, great value $ 37,000 I
Call 964 8681. Itpd
301 NORTH by Econolodg 165.01'on 301 $120,000
I968) FORD PICKUP 3/4 ton, and 1981 HOMES
" \. CHEVY CITATION. Call 964 8877 or, MATHEWS ,REALTY 301 NORTH: approximately' 150"x appro 220' ,$125.000After |
f'... >9 /-6517. Itpd 9/1 (i.
., 197J!) CORVETTE 350 AT. PS PB. T-top, IB Hourt '
tilt\ wheel elec. window, $5500 firm. TWO BEDROOM'HOME needs repair. Srt 964-4469 Ann Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7541

Call 1-259-46J2 after 7 p.m. 2tpd 9/1-8 Low down to qualified buyer. Need to When wiling, rent estate, why will far telling the whole town when you curt tell (he whole world John Longford Master Appraiser' 496-2291
1979 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 360 air. bodyIn establish monthly Income. $12,0000. I
good shape auto; asking S8OO OBO. 9043726881. Btpd 8/11-9/29 Listing Agent for VA Acquired Properties Area lie II Pauline Randolph' 964-3160
7823306. Itchg 9/1 ,THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for sale .. to be Joy Thornton 9644223u
,1979 OLDS TORONADOl V6, AC moved to your lot. Call Thomas House MOBILE HOMES LAND
AM/FM/stereo, good condition.$1900.' Mover. 752-5829!! 752.2318. Itpd 9/1 ."as Fteetwaoe Ib26.3 BR, 2 Bo. B'03k1 N.,wooded .8"50 oc1.. !)''W1I
964-4141 \lc1\1l91\ H O..V"-L./MaL.O. .-.tvi
1AIUMO 'j ln.: i
1979 CHIVY MAUMt CLAMICt cleannln.' ,.CH& o.\ acrajiear. Bedford LL.. *' -crirth't ft. -T '--r--- 4 .... L
AREA protettBcl CPnpt. Lake Santa ''I' Lawtey 2 .600. Hwy. .. gnrgquda 10. rsunun twit
,side i out, air, good transportation, 2 nice homes, must sell! Only $97.000 1913 Fleetweed 52x24, 3 BR. 2Bo, \125 frontage. ,f te1:51 11.'Pil 'O1 u:'y t.j\ to3. <, 0 I'vi'
$1195.944.4499.2tchg 9/1.8 for both. United Realty of Stark., CHftA. front/rear patio, -dbl. car .CR 125 35 acres cleared! posture; .
1913 F-100 FORD TRUCK! AC. PS. PB 964-8447, 3tchg 8/25-9/8 I garage Highridgo' Estates, Keystone .CR 125) 15 acres, formhousoI,1,, Jordan Inc.
auto 6 cyl. $5500. 96/-4098. Itpd 9/1 THREE BEDROOM 2 bath cathedral ceiling H.... many extra. chicken houses Agency,
19B DODGE CARAVAN SEi extra clean family room CH/air fireplace.nice HOMES ,
SR 100 W 13 acre $2300 per acre
loaded 60,000 mile*. '7000. Call neighborhood 'near school. 3/4 .FmHAs. Several: nice 3 BR, I '/ Ba frontage, on both sides of hwy.: June' Nprman, Andy Jordan ,-' 964-5237
782 3033. Itpd 9/1 acre, asking. $62,000.Call ,964. 2250., $23'000'to $39,000. .City) ono acre on Laura St. room for
1171 CHRYSLER t 197* FORDt both run; Itpd 9/1 a.., Rd: 3BR 2VBa, CH4A, *
need some work $100 each. ',"76 BRICK HOME CHA. 1 lot large :chain link fence several residential k>t..
acre garage, ,carport,
.DODGE CHARGER for parts $50: price fenced backyard workshop 3 BR. 2,, VdrdSI. .City '1.38 Ac., great office location. I Mobile Home Insurance I
City) SR 100 3.5 acre potential
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negotiable. 964:4878. If machineanswers bath denn with fireplace S57.00O. Crab St.) 2 BR 1 t, Bo, CH4A, with
leave message. Itpd 9/1 964-8495 or 964-5032. 2tpd 8/25-9/1 large family room. comm"rclalll"v.lap"nl area.
1M2 DELTA *8 Oldsmobile $3000 OBO. $2'.SOOs large 3 BR black home InStark. .W. Call St. 2 8R, I ba CHSA guest HOMES( ACREAGE
Call 782.3191 or 782,3326 anytime. Itpd .. central heat AC. 17267651. home, additional building lots. 'Union Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 ....It. W. Madison St. Starke'

9/1" ,9/1 IF 'Walnut. St.13 BR. 2 ba, CHSA Ideal brick home, 441.

i for the large family. BUILDING LOTS ,

.CR 225i 3 BR, 1 be. CHSA on 1 acre Little Lake; Santa F.I.100x160 ft,' lot

.near Lawtey: ,for the out-of-towners.. new septic tank, approved for,.wellt;

power source to lot.
., @ Curs.Nesr M .Two Story H use. Rt>madd.' very
\4 <: ,;.,' 0ee.rl JIv nice .
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,""i)1,:.')i1'y''; Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate I Accelerated JRealtr.;ha. :

.'. 441 W. Madison St., Starke .


( | Dr9ker 9,64-4,544"JD[ .

UTtAW Thinking of buying or ISSM MMMS .

selling? Call us! '
Susan.M. Faulkner, GFU. CRB President .

9644522STARKE. Evenings & Weekends J Home/ Lots / Acreage/ Waterfront :

ERA Faulkner Realty, ,Inc. FL "Fanns./ Commercial .
r MSA, CRARes. Patty Kay Elder. MltAKes. '

Located Hwy. 301 2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W.'lafayette St. el3669I LAKE PRIVILEGES 3BR/28A CB Home Living. Dining R Family Room. I ,
CHSA. 1416 SF. Drapes S Carpet, Well Septic large lot.
|{ y I'r: : Hobby liigfis ,QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/1BA CB Home' Central Hoot>> AC Units. .
Re I| Res. Ufll 7704
Stove R
Refrl Nice Fenced! Yard
45 ACRES HWY 100 WEST road frontage:,
r Lucille C. spry CORNER LOT 2BR/1 BA CB Home Kitchen.Dining Combo, Family Room. .
BEAUTIFUL POOL TO RELAX In. with. this largo homo, 3BR.. 2Bo,, includes
family room, kitchen. equipped! with stove, DW trash compactor .REALTOR Res. ai siaoI 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA CB Home Extra large living e .

*INVESTORS OR FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERSI I This homo Is Immaculate with I Designated Appraisers Dining Rooms Family Room. CHSA. Enclosed Garage Well R Septic

brand now carpeting now Interior paint lob. Includes slave, refrigerator. and tTTr. Veur Full Service. Real Estate Office BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. Living. Dining Room, Room far .
dishwasher. Private Office..Fireplace. CHSA. large Eat-In Kitchen, Pantry W.II. Septic I
fer Residence Farm Commtrcial Business ,, I Acre. '
Lots ,
*CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESt with lake access.NICE .
BRICK HOME with aumabl mort gag". Owner will{also help finance.Three GOOD LOCATION 3BR/2BA DW Mobile;" Home. '1988 CHSA, 2-I Inch Well. ,
I NEW LEASE PURCHASE SapticV: : 1.26 Acre .
bedroom with family room and Indoor utility '
*OVER 2000 SQUARE FEET In this homo Well built with many.""tra.. tall for '"A Warren Stevenson Home" on ,1/2 acre. Gorgeous 3 BR, GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION ",Two-Story CB Business I Home w/llving.
private showing. ,2BA, great room w/flreplace.. extra large double garage Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 AcrgsiLAWTEY ; '

*LOTS AVAILABLE AT GOLPVIEW Call today for host selection. 4;?well;double Insulated windows and more. AREA .. 2BR/IBA, Frame, 3BR/2BA Doublowld. like New

*TWO BEDROOM. bath.home on 'large lot In Crystal Lake. Hommitos., I Immediate w/Flroplace, Patios I Carport CHSA. large Workshop. Well I Septic,
down lease.A
Lako access available $38.500.1., Occupancy: $2,000 $600 month Owner Flnonclnv/GaodTormo. 6.92 Acres.GRAND .

THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath CB OKA. acre,'priced.to sell 31.000, Few Our Listings STREET: < 3BR/l BA Frame Well S Septic: 2 Ar
of Many
*TWO NICE 100x100 building lots In town.. POLK STREET 3BVIBA Frame Lot 50x150 ft, $9,5OCLAWTEY
BRICK 4 BR, 1 'A bo, Raiford area, on I acre.' Old Fashioned l Frame fame 4BR/IBA I
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREAS 1 BR, 1 Ba cottage, appro. 1 acre, 29500..\' L ?' living t Dining
*SAMPSON LAKE LOT would consider building home for someone. LARGE 4 BR. 2 bo on 3 acre, hwy. frontage, only 51000. Rooms, large Porches, largo lot w/Shode Trees,.City Water, Septic: Tank. '
120x125 LOT with versatile pro-fab steel 30x50 building ho* some equipment DUPLIX IN STARKE rental Income $550 per mo, only 25000.1 NEW RIVER .2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Home In Excellent Condition. Well t s..,..
previously used. a* auto garage. *M.H. en 2% ACRES close to Stark., lots of .extras tic, 9.5 Acres 26000. Land Only. 22000. '
*CROSBY LAKE exclusive area; 1 acre. POULTRY FARM I RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped on 8 acre. ARE YOU GOOD, CARPENTER?. Buy C Repair this Two-Story 3BR/2BA
HEALTH FOOD t USED CLOTHING STORE. very close to Storke. Excellent Income Coll for more Information.a I Block C Frame Home, largo living S Dining Room w/Flreploce' large Lot '

BEAUTIFUL T/ ACRES with 3BR 2 Ba 14x70 MH with nice decks FOUR YEAR OLD Doublewlde on 1 acre, motivated seller.HURRY .J I *
*NICE 3 BR 2 bath CB house with workshop on ,1 acre. Nice frame home. In city. Priced to Sell., : SELECTED D PROPERTIES I ,

*TWO 2BR 1BA HOMES in town; one $29,900 ono 27500. Call today for a Ml SOUTH Over 1000 ft. In MH on 2.43 acres, 4" well fruit tree, $33,000.. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Horn wI Slav"I Rain 2 Well, Septic: Tank Planted'
showing. HUNTERS PARADISE! 2 Homes, 60 acres Improved posture t woody Pine*. '

*8 3/4 ACRES with 3BR IBa CB home, 100 W. Reduced! to $/9.900. t LAWTEYi close to school, 3 IR. 1'A Bo. city water 45 ACRES Irook." Will Divide Owner Financing w/Good Term.!
'*. RENTALS Ono. BR house In town. $250 per month. LAKE BUTLER city water sewer, big lot, nice frame home. 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grove Well S Septic. Owner financing.

,DUPLEX IN LAWTEY; Ono or Two BR available. DOWNTOWN STARKEl stores, presently occupied. Owner financing., 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location, Hwy. 16W. v
LAND! 39 ACRES on paved ,rood nice property owner financing.FRAME t ACRE Zoned for Mobile Homo.S .
HOME Beautiful setting. with pecan tree, on 2 acre, paved rood.OWNIR ACRES Hwy. 301 South ,
FINANCING low down payment, 10% Interest. S45.00O. '
ONE-HALF ACRI Zoned for Mobile Home. .
nmm: Call, One of Our Professionally HAMTTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre, 2300.f., excellent water, LOT ON HWY. 301 SOUTH. Good Business location.
DEERWOODi. Development with deed restrictions, over 1600 .. ., Immaculate .
LAKE GENEVA large lot. 100 It. Lake Frontage.
Staff Today..964-5O69 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME i over 2.000 sq. ft., Crystal lake access. LAKE '
LOTS Crosby;: S Sampson. Owner financing. .
GREAT BUY Storke excellent. eat-In kitchen and .
neighborhood 3/1M. more.'WALDO
I 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.:
Hours Call mmftmm Neat I 1400 .I.. 3 bedroom CHSA. 34000. LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast. 'Section of City. .
LOCATION LOCATION In Stork.. cu.tomn.. on S acre. ,
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THRU MDROOM. 2 bath $ ".99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn Key.t_. Partially furnished from RAT Buy sell and trade collectible .
CH A. 12x72 NEWSPAPER I11S Items and antiques.Used furniture, TANKS Install septic tank,
mobil. horn en 1 H ,acre. 11.000 PLATES Aluminum, month Call 4737566. 20tpd glassware, (jewelry and much more. haul fill dirt, drain fields. FreeEstimates. PURCHASE
Measures 7/21.12.1 RENT TO low Down See
aah. 964-.30 alt., 6 25 cents each. Great .
Call 944-2470 944
Come 7410.
p.m. for and ON LAKI GENEVA mobile horn. see for yourself. On. mile east or Connie Sid's Mobil. Horn. Park -
1%\ ACM with mobIl. horn. patching repair* TELEGRAPH furJnlshd. 7/21 8tpd /8
dW! of '
pan 2 SR. a both;, fully furnished.car. 135 W. Call SI. 964-6305. nice 2 BR, IM BA furnished 473-2183.Keystone 8/4 Heights on Highway 100. Babied "$.Owner'financed. Itpd. 9/1
and ALICIA/ HAY In roll under barn. dock. ft \laundry facilities avallabl. Ifnchg
pecan pear trees, .
an early
avallobl. Arthur Gasklns 782.372 473-3919. 8/4 tfnchg
$27.500 .tat. sal. $23.000. Hwy 225 start this' ChristmasAround FOR RENT
by hosting
5/26TF I H COTTAGE nar library,furnished, year a ESTATE
(Boyle Hwy) 4 mil.. South of SR 100. the World and REAL
3 mils North ol SR 16. Estate of I S. ,SEAT LIFT CHAIRS H you'r a Medicare .AC. $240 mo. lake. privileges, least $40 In Ire-merchandise.party receive Call at .- -,
Oliver 9044711243. recipient with a qualifying condition, .73- 961. 8/4 tfnchg
4lpd 8/1 ..
8-9/8 at 473-7140. 2tchg 8/25,9/1 'THREI BEDROOM-TWO BATH BRICK lxtr Reasonable Rents. PINES Call
BEAUTIFUL 12,40 MH BR 8 both call toll free number for mar Informa WHITE SANDS LAKI "fHclvncy coMag *
end, excellent condition. $3,000 on each 1-800-445-4174.... Icon furnished. $230 mo. Include lctrk CRAPES-VOU PICK Lilly Vineyard. HOMI on 5 to 10 acres 1-33,10-20 496SII2I, Lake Butler 7/14
or best Coral Forms Road, Florahome. Open 7 acres or larger for '01.. New line tig.
offer. 964-4169 or GRAPES U-PKKl Lilly Vineyard. Carol water. Scrnd porch a carpet. two
944.7138.2tchg 9/1.8 a m.-8 Phone
19BJ MOM1I HOMIi Ilk. Farm Rd., Florahom. 904-659-2121. ,_1-384-9374. 3tchg 8/25-9/8 p.m. 439-2121. Stchg bedroom 2,both doublewlde on one or _
n.w V acremetal 8/23-9/22 more acr... Call ""-3939. NOTICE
8/18 days
7tchg 9/29 GENEVA OAKS BR central
2 CONDO 2 ,
garage. porches. fuml....... 434-1593. .
CLOTHING BAG SALE SI 1. all H/A. dlhwoshr garbage evenings tfn/chg 8/18
near Stork. 301 South. 1,90O.. you can disposal! 1.8 ACRES
9643108. Itpd 91FOR tuff. Campbell'. 134 E. Call St., attic ( utility room 473-2427, 2tchg VEHICLES I WITH 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH
Stark. 8/25 2tchg 9/1 9/1-8 MOBILE HOMI Central heat and air.; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub-

U-PKK-GRAPISi 7 am.7 p.m.,7 days aweek. -- 1971 FORD PICK-UP AC. $1900 OBO. See to ppreclate.. Call 494-2843. I tpd. mltted to the Union County Tim.. office
CLEAN MOBILE HOMI near Kyston 9/1 in and
RENT writing paid In advance
Hwy. 301 North 4 mil.. from 2tchg 8/23-9/1
Height. 2 BR, 1 bath on 2 acres, $235, GENTLEMAN FARMER unless credit I I.
Stark.. Look for signs, Lawrenc.Ma.ley. 190 DATSUN AC. "' ,000 actual mil... Secluded ))0 acres, already established
8/25 2tchg 9/1 pr month plus deposit. Clay County.173.2566.825W $1700 OBO. 473-4477. 2tchg 8/25-9/1 big barns, pin.,' corrals, pond, with this off ic..
NEWLY DECORATED; everything furnish beautiful THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT
;3 bedroom 3 bath BE HELD
GRAPES-U PICK Griffls Jo.Foulk 1979 NOMAD 28 ft. travel trailer, $3300
ed. loop.
Laundry facilities Included. Video 14x42 MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1V4 bath, doublewlde. Central heat and air RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
room _lIabl.. Will accept on* child. 964.5678.epen: Man-Sat., 8a.m.7 AC. Keystone HelgHs/Clay County. OBO. 473-4477 2tchg 8/23-9/1 patio 'dock hardroad. $49,500. CLAtSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
1 no pe... Palm. Apt*., 2313 N. Tempi. p..m., Sun 1-6 p.m.25 4tpd $275 mmonth. 4737770. 3tpd 8/23-9/8 MUST SELL Ford wagon, 1973 LTD. No Assume Call 494-2848. tpd. 9/1 THE TELEPHONE.

A"... Stark 32091. 10/29 TF 9/15 THRU BEDROOM 2 ba LR, don partially rust, runs good. good tlr... $430. APPROX S ACRES AND MOBILE HOMI Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, 5
ADULT PARKS Clean 2 BR mobll horn., PORTABLE SPA 7 ft x 7 ft x 3 ft. with all furnished, on GatorBone Lake. Call 473-3148 anytime. Itchg 9/1 Seven miles N.E. of lake Butler Call P.M.. prior to Thursday publication.

'A mil. from city. Nice neighborhood. 9/1 accessories, $25OO. Call,9644098. Itpd 944-3359. Itchg 91MOBILE ins HONDA Rebel 250. 4000 mile Includes I 1(904)273-2224.( ) Itpd.",9/1 Minimum charg. Is 15 words for $3.50,
4681323. 10/8TF windshield trunk, helmet shop then 13 cents for each wijrd thereafter.
,FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utllltle. REFRIGERATOR yrs. old. same as new, manual. Sharpl) $1100. 473-7443. 2tchg "

paid, from $37.90 p.r, w..... 4.3 cu.ft.. Ideal for 'office, star, HOMES 9/1-8 FOR SALE II

MAGNOLIA HOTEL. Walnut St., by Po.t boathouse,'porch $123. Call 964-8547 .1917 SHASTA 25% ft. travel( troll. Fully YARD SALE
Itchg 91LUMBER equipped. Including Reese hitch. Used
Off ke. TF CARPET ft VINYL Mill-direct
FOR SALE company
MH or rant 2 BR/2 BA home
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, 1 BATH WITH AC' SALE Stephen Smith Sawmill, located 3 block from school. Owner two tI...... $9100.473.7465.2tchg 9/1-8 committed to quality and service. Fr.
COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO 468-2624. Pressure treated, 2x6x10 will finance with small down payment.New ; 1987 DODGE Ramchorger 150 "RoyalIE" 'sample kit let's you buy In the com GARAGE SALE Thurs. S Frl., Sept. 1 .2.
$3.10; 2x6x12 $4.30; 2x6x16 $3.50. Six two wheel drive loaded. Road 231
DOWNTOWN STARKE. "...7..8. horn with central heat and air, 16,000 velnence ol your home Paradise County North. (Olustee
miles South of Stark on 301. Itchg 9/1 ,mils Garage Road 9/1
4/1 4TF fireplace. Call 473-7973. 8/4 parked. $11,100. I Carpets. P.O. Box 2488, Dalton Co. ) Itpd.
IN .GRAPES block and whit varieties. $.60 473-7443. 2tchg 918 FAMILY PORCH SALI 100 N..W. 6th Avs,
TOWN clean 2 BR house on shaded ON DEER SPRINGS LAKI D/W mobile 30722: 1(800)338-7811.( ) 8/18 3tpd. 9/1
lot. CH4A carpet. Prefer quiet workIng .per pound. U-plck-em. SR 225. 1V4 ,ham., large Florida room E deck, central $499S-FOR SALI-S499S 1984 Chevy S-10.. ;CRAPESYou pick. Martin's Fruit Farm. Friday and Sat,, Sept. 2 ft 3. Dishes,
miles W..t of Lawtey. Itchg 9/1 'A ton shortbed 2.8 liter V-4, 4 clothes, what .tc: Record .
nots plai' ,
adult No pets. For appt. to view H/A big utility shed 34900., speed Ft. White, Op.n 8 a.m.to 7 p.m. Closed, '
call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month SEVERAL ITEMS 19 In. color TV. baby 473-2232. 91HELP auto transmission (overdrive), powersteering Sundays. 8/18 4tpd 9/8' 125..almost new. 1 Itpd. 9/1
plus Mcurlty deposit. Firm. 5/5TF bed sofa, lov. seat two single' beds, Itpd B brakes, factory air, AM/FM SUNDECKS, WHEELCHAIR RAMPS,

SOUTHERN VILLAS OF $TAlK I I. now dinette tabl. Call 473.1508Itpd 9/1 stereo. Red black trim I ,roll bar SCREEN PORCHES ETC. Excellent MISCEllANEOUSJET'S

taking application for 1 ft 2 bedroom WANTED 67,000 miles Call 473-2438. Itchg 9/1 work, reasonable prices. lOVIJ" deck
apartments. $199/ and $219 month FOR SALE $3 FORD RANGER 4 cyl-4 speed. with 4 ft. steps and rolls, $399. Call

CHftA. fully equipped kitchen cabl. AM/FM/ca., new paint aluminumrims 494-3521. after 5 p.m. 8/25 2tpd. 91 I
ready. 964-7295 or 964-4211.5/26TF YARD SALESSAT. (with RWL radials), excellent con- ir TRAVEL TRAILER $1.000 Or best of. Shop Jet'* for new and used clothing
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile horn SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE New and dition. $2000 firm. 473-2348. Itpd 9/1 .... Mlnature Schnauser. female, 8 for the family. 265 N.W. 7th A"..
12x60. $250 month. used ham and Industrial. All mokes '79 VW RABBIT AC. 4 cyl-4 speed, months old with papers $100. Call Open: Tu..., Thurs.. Fri. and Sat, 8/4
964-4238 8/1tTF I SEPT. 3 ONLY 9 o.m.-2 p.m. 4374
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER In country, no and 8/4TF models. repaired. Call. 964-8733. CR214. Baby crib,. bumper pool table AM/FM/Cass/Equal., new Pirelli \1(904)275-2224.( ) Itpd. 91J} 4tchg, 825SID'S BARGAINS'
radial., recent tune runs.xc.il.nt.
children, partially furnished. 7823942or bunk beds,' colonial couch t chair J> up I' East Main Street Used furniture,
Itpd 9/1|
782.3344':82STFc.TWO .
other misc. Item Itchg 9/1 HELP WANTED'
gifts, housewares, etc. We purchase
BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Jam* NOTICE SATURDAY If raining following Sat.!, used furniture.; 1 tpd., 9/1, "
O. McDaniels, 964-8614 or 9645798. Furniture,, kids cloth.,' roto-tlller HOMES FOR SALE ; "
GOVERNMENT JOBS$18.037. to$49,403Immediate ,
8/25-9/15 (
4tchg .. baby Items. Geneva lake Estates. Itpd
Your Callrefundable
.DUPLEX FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 bath 122-124 mltted to the Bradford 9/1 BY OWNER ". Keystone Club Estate*. '3 Hiring area.
County ( ) ,
1(518)459-3411.( ) Ext.
N. Myrtle St.;good neighborhood BR, 2 BA block
concrete with centralair
very' Telegraph offlc In writing and paid In 'I F3339D for Federal list.?; 24 hrs. 8/18
nice apartments, fenced back yard. advanc un''.,. credit I* olrody NOTICE'I C heat fireplace. Wooded lot utlll-i; 3tpd. 9/1 .

$200 monthly $200 ,cleaning and established with this office. ty shed with power A many extras.. ; CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring! Summer and

security 9/1 ,deposit,'964-6184. for. appt., THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT'! BEHELD CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted $39,500. 473-2513. ...tchg,8/11.9/1 career opportunities.. Excellent pay.

TWO Itpd both'Ingl.wld. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN to the Lake Region Monitor office Excellent pay.' World'' 1 Travel!I',' Call HELP WANTED ,

.. FP,CHftA BEDROOM;access 2 to 964.5410.91TF" MH.,', CLASSIPIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER In writing and paid, In advance FOR SALE '(refundable) I(518)459.3535'ext.( ) :
unless credit Is already established P3448A. 8,3 3tpd. 9/8

TWO BEDROOM mobll home In Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY .with this office.MONITOR I SEARS 12 HP riding mower tractor; 42", } 'DEVELOP BARGAIN STORI1' IN TACO BELL
location. good NOON prior. to Thursday publication.' STAFF CANNOT BE HELD cut $300. 473-4477. 2tchg 8/23-9/1 NEIGHBORING TOWN Come Thurad<;>y.. ,
9648704.$185 per month $100 deposit.. Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FLUTI ti'I Gemelnhardt tike new. Com' Sept. 1. to'Sid's Bargain's. E. Main

URGE 2 'R Itpd. 2 bath 9/1 mobile. home 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER, put.r 2 (color ,TRS-20)), cassette* Street Lake Butler. Itpd. 9/1 StarkeWe
In good placement 4s NOT Guaranteed. THE TELEPHONE. recorder. Boy' Schwinn bike, 2 lazy; DON'T SELL AVON THE OLD WAY Sell

964-8704.location. $220 p.r month $100 deposit. Minimum charg. for classified ads I I. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m.Tuesday boy recliners,, maroon. 473.4822.. Itpd, Avon the new way. Fr.. sign-up for are now accepting
Itpd 9/1 IS word. for $3.50 then 15 cent for prior to Thursday publication. 9/1 two weeks. Call now 494-1338. Itpd.
BRAND applications for a restaurant
NEW 3 BR. 2 bath house, larg.
each word thereafter. 9/1
Minimum charge Is IS words lor$3.50,
modernn kitchen with appliance and ......-. manager position In Starke
then IS cents fpr each word thereafter.
"pantry, sliding glass door I patio. : ; WANTEDSEARS This position has

iorg closets,' prlvatr master bath'' .." <<< ';',- "" garage with .xtro storage quiet shodedlot PERSONALSLOTTERY IT10 mower for parts. 473-7413. ;,:;"'s,?,: <,,s Ove."+" ,. ylReaders"%,, ,'nlee neighborhood- h lots of t 3tchg 9/1-15 ;>,( "L : >'fh'f

trees. 5 minutes from shopping ft ? SERVICES .' ,. .. i'f40.000i' Previous restaurant
,schools. $490 man. plus deposit, 1,year JACKPOT FEVER I ,30 second LAND SALES ,:,; ',,,: experience required. 3 year
1 leas. 964-8073.9/ITF automatk-win, system produces 446 PRESSURE WASHING 'w Houses, mobile : ,. management experience
TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath mobile horn major jackpot wlnn..., Complete home*, pools, decks. sidewalks. Freeestimates. ) 'COUNTRY SETTING 5'4 acres,'1985 DW "iJ ;; '.: required. For more
v /
'with large fenced yard. I child accep. details rushed to you fr....Would appreciate Call Rob 473-3390. 8/4 Gold Head area, 3/2. CHI A. cathedral .,jfe "" lCall?" .."; information. contact
table.. $250. 964-6064. Itchg 9/1 four postage stamp to help tfnchg 'ceiling fireplace, nice kit ., .>?" >''''
2 B 3 BR HOUSES priced from $325 to with mailing costs. Send name, address ROOFING, GUTTERING Tear off, haul chen/dlshwasher Deep well partially 'S,964-6303; MIKE MOSES

$350. Call 964-5377 after 5:30 p.m. : HARVARD SQUARE away and replace. Quality work. fenced. 12X24 storage shad Sacrifice, J (904) 755.46759O .
Itchg 9/1 LABORATORY SYSTEMS 177 Main St.;' Reasonable rates. Call Keith 473-0748. $35,500. 473-O2S2. 4tchg 8/11.9/1 -q/ofl

1 ACRE MOBILE HOMME LOT $100 mon Suit. 362 Ft. L_. NJ 07025. Icon 8/4 tfnchg: LOT FOR SALE ; on Washington Lake,
thly.. 964-4238.. 9ITFSTATIIMPLOYEU. LOSERS WANTED I To try new.,doctor SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and Huron Court In Big Tree lakes subdivision .
need home close to recommended, revolutionary FAT adjust tension In'your home. Special 15500.. Call 813-992-1437., Stchg
your work' ? We haY. clean mobll REDUCING WAFER. Lose 10.30 pound $14.93. Repair all brands. Work 9/1.29

homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF this month GUARANTEED. No diet, exrcls -, guaranteed. 473-7842. 8/4 tfnchg

townhou... carpet. CHftA. 4681971. ((303).2374778. Icon mower edger, mower-bagger,'
Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF blow., w .ding-Ca11,964-2281. 4tchg OPPORTUNITIES'' NO DOWN PAYMENTForeclosed

FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities 8/II-9/J}


Hot*!. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Coll Screen Printing Business. All equip-, Market
, THREE BEDROOM 1 V4 both, clean close LoRue leveling Service.fo all your m.nt and supplies needed for printing Several Thousands Dollars, Under

to prison. Call 468-1323. 6/9TF foundation rapairsr' Keystone T-shirts, cops?, jackets and uniforms. ,, .Or
HOMES central AC 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sonal- ,..73-2915..Ichg 8/18-9/8 '
Bds,, SlenderQuestPastry 473-7721. 7/9TF We'll Build You A Brick Home With Garage \
extras, reasonable rents. PINES Tanning .
',496-2366 SR 121, Lak. Butler. 7.4TF Exercisers. Call for fr** color, \ BOATS On Lot Of Your,Choice.( ,

, ,TWO BEDROOM CB HOME In town,. ''catalag'can _. Sam* to 50%.,1-800-228-629. PETS ( Monthly Payments Less Than Rent,Or.

CHftA carpet. Must see.Call 468-1333. 1911 SKI CENTURION ski Mobile
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE competition Payments.
7/2ITF STORE Choose from: Jean/Sport ,EXCEPTIONALLY NICI -t friendly; young boat, red and block gel coat. Exc.llent, ,",,",",., Most Less Than $200.001
LIKE NEW. COMPLETELY REMODELEDt 2 female Labrador Retriever free to good ,
ladles, children/mater condition 40 hrs. Take over payment
BR. I bo home. new carpeting CHftA. nlty swear,, large,men' sites' petll. "home. Coll 473-3978. Itpd. 9/1 or ?. Call ..75-1338. 2tpd 9/1.8 Authorized Real Estate Brokers

large shaded fenced yard. carport with dancewear/aerobk bridal lingerie or For V.A. F.H.A., and FmH.A.
extra storage. Qul.t neighborhood 'accessories.. star. Add color analysis. Call Today for Information About Trl-CounfyJ.160!
distance to school, shopping.
walking andcIepa.lt Brand names: Lit Claiborne, Heolthtex.Chaus GLORIAS MUSIC HOUSE (studio) '
1 lease
with 1 .
$329 monthly yr. 964-8073. L_. St. Michel. Foren.... U.S.A. Realty & Investment. Inc.
Plnewood Dr.
625 Bugle Boy. Levi Camp Beverly Hill, INSTRUCTORS RICHARD KELLOGG eV GLORIA BRYANT 1fF1Orida
8/1 ITF Road. Suite D-IV':
[ Newberry
Organically Grown luclo. Over 2000 LESSONS: GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS
designed T-QUN-HoustNOGainesville., Fl 326O7
hall others. Or $13.99 on. prk .. .
and en-
bath upstairs private '
tranc. $175. 514 Epperson St. No pats. multi-tier sho star*pricing. Retail prk discount. unbelievable or family 'CALL 964-8210 TIJe8-Frll1.7.*Sun-dilon 10-2 I Pfcone: (904)) 378-3783 or 964-6389

no deposit. 9642796. 2tpd 9/1-8
unfurnished.. for top quality shoes normally pricedfrom
230 brand 2600
$19 ra $60. Over
Call 964-8566 after 5 p.m. 8/25 2tpd 9/1 .
styles.. $17,900 to 29900. Inventory -
,THREE BEDROOM. 2 bath house In lak training,fixtures, alrfar. grand open-' County Line Nursery
CHftA -
Hampton Oak WW carpet.
Ing etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Me- .
furnished. $450 monthly plus$250deposit. Comb ((404)) 8590229. Itpd 9/1 .. TRAIN & Landscape. l
HOUSE FOR. 1-468-1857.RENT IN 2tchg TOWN. $285 permanth PERSONAL' COMPUTER to $5000 monthly OWNERS selling can' TO BE A .. Owned'* Operated by Oavld Wainwright [ J64-63061 I I2V4

plu. $200 d.post.1.468.1851.' earn simpl$1000 services part-time. Free list 100 P'ROFESSIONAL'Tram I iIM Miles East_ pf Status' on.SU its > .

2tchg 8/23-9/1 best .rvIc... CAAA. Box 60369, San to be a Complete Landscaping & Design
Diego CA 92106.'COIt TRAVEL AGENT Mulch
bath trailer.' Section 8 R.ntal '$10.000.000 QUICK LUBE 'auto SEC./RECEPTIONIST I. Plant Sales Cypress

Asslstooc Available. 4612619.2STF, market. Provide on sit* service to TOUR GUIDE !" Irrigation! Design & Installation''
DESERT BU MOTEL Low dally or weekly mercial residential) accounts. EXEC. SECRETARY AIRLINERESERVATIONIST $

rote*. Kitchenette room available. "figure Income) potential. Full Sodding.. Sprigging A Seeding
Mobil., horn for .- .' Also mobil '5500000. Financing Start locally full time/part time.
oft..j .
horn parking spoc for rent.7823332.OSNWA'OAKS ., Richard, 305-557-4655. fcan Leant secretarial word skills.processing Home and study related and Start locally full time/part time. -

Nationalheadquarters Train on live airline computers.
CONDOMINIUMS 2 BR. resident training.. Pompano Beach, FLif Home study and Resident training

miles CHftA,from-DW. attic Stark.and. 475-2427.utility room.2tchg 12 THEApartments. .nlfAl'fCIAL' AID AVAILABLE Natl.r hdqra. Pompano Bch. FL. rLRKE, ,BUTLER, BPflHTlllEnTS

'911.a Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom

.2 BR APARTMENTS | both unfurnished 1-800432-9004 JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have
.duplex near school. $300 monthly,. THE BCBOOtDiT. AC.T.TRAVELSCHOOLAccrecltted I
m and kitchen appliances. On-sIte laundry
964-2250. hpd 9/1 I Corp. wall-to-wall carpet crapes
I ,922 E. Brownlee St. I'
FURNISHED 1 BR 1 bo apartment,. 6 Member 1 8OO-432 3OO4 facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.For '

month 1_..,Tiffin.$175 mo Lk.plus Real deposit.Estate 2 &: 3 BRs AvailableLow .. NHSC application and' Information
William D.
Erokr, 964.5065. Itchg 9/1 Income ; (Acc .dit.d Member NHSCf Pl.as. !.. ut at I Gt:

Bborhood. lsfRON ,. 1005 SW 6th'Stre.t

On.g, 964.6191.iltchg.9/1 Housing a..C.. Lake Butler, Fl 32054Or '.OIl.-.... ,.
w "0USDtQ Call 496-3141
LOVES CATHY ,Itchg 9/1 964-7133 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

einsurcmce Collision Work Free Estimates

CR 229 NW 28fh St. Starke 964-6133 Now Leasing ,

Wood 'Products Inc. Forest Park Apartme isM
._--- -- .- -,---- ..
r apartment complex designed for moderate :..I < i, .
FOR SALE families. No rental assistance :, .,
Bark Income
Mulch a .
Cypress .. .
Da .!f.
available.Attractive 1 &: 2 BR/1 apts. '
L Fill Dist Soil heat & air. : .
Top range refrigerator carpet central : .
You pick Up or We Denver '
and laundry. Free water, sewer &: .
:" "q Small :Loads of 'Umerock patio
: ta>fl* or garbage. Rent ;)185 $220 minimum.Two

We Also.Have Red Heart Cypress Lumber 1 .::, 'Tractor 'Work. Backhoe: Bulldozer' complete. handicapped apartments ye faifonnetleei/AppUeetlaiu avail. iFoceet .

P. k/certmente.778 rre 1 it ..Butler.n 32064
964-6649 ,{ 964-6182, ;:. .964-582 964-6095. (904)404430;




:isgelzs TELEGRAPH TIbU&MONITUI-"BSECTION' : : Stoptt'mbt1.1988!


1 Starke Area Ads J JHElP from page OB time basis. '

t Seiberling Returns most one on 'one, using classroomand The Regional Training Sit
"handa-W .
From Indian Ocean technique Important new function far the
Initially the training ite will operate military academy 'and for the
WANTED HELPWANTID HeLP WANTED R.Navy Petty Officer lit Claw John ''>t a level of about 200 students Florida National Guard, and
Seiberling, son of Berle H.
of Keystone Heights and per year but the staff hat should substantially increase the
TRAIL MOTIL/RMTAURANT In Lqwtey: EXCLUSIVE (IXOKE SERVICES RIQUIRIDl fir-O TAKINO' APPLICATIONS, (of Dorothy. House of Starke recently hop. of increasing this to 600 annually combat readiness of the state's
application or. being taken for oddl- Counties Baker, Columbia Union: cahler- llonol "help for our fall and wlnt.ewoven. Notice I.! hereby given that th. United 3teha 9/1-0 to the Indian Ocean with staff appointed on ,a full- ,1It v (
Various positions op.n for Stows of America, acting through the NEED MOM INCOME or full tI.... lob? Fighter Squadron 213.Naval Air Station -
restaurant and houiekeeper for Farmer Home Administration, United Call Terete for Information Sel') AVON Mlramar. San Diego.While .
motel. Apply In perton only, no phon. Stats Oept. of Agriculture, I is seekingpropoialt lodovi 9644103. Itchg 9/1 deployed. SeiberUng made
call, Itchg 9/1 to, furnish exclusive real SHIPPING CLERK with 1 yr. college and port visits in the Republic of the Gaskins.
STOm MANAGERS, ASST MANAGERS, stet brok.r services for the sale of computer experience.Apply In per on. Philllpplnes, Kenya,. Hong Kong, .
Government Inventory, single-family Electrical
SALES MANAOIMt Sunihlne food Lincoln Automotive Part and
Stops, 'Inc? a notional leader In th. houses In Baker Columbia, Union Co, Hwy. 221 N.. Hampton, Fl. /1TP A Washington.1977 graduate of Union County from page 2B big the fellowship and fun of a camp'
,convenience store Industry, hat Nor Counties, Florida beginning October DONT SILL AVON the old way. Sell ,High School in Lake Butler, he join- Paul 16. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. atmosphere' said James Gaskin.
manager, aiiiitant manager and tale 1. 1988 and extending throughSeptember details AVON the new wayl! Free sign up few ed the Navy in February, 1978 His Lane Gaskins of the Heilbron SprIngs president of the Bradford County
30, 1989
available '0"qualified Complete two week Ramona 782.3068.,4tchg,
anoclate than
petition Bureau.
He more ,, Farm
area. was among
wife Is the
furnish Janna daughter of
,for Submitting a proposal to
W. off.r Flexible 9/1-22
applicant : staff and
100 high school youth from Farm Bureau members
be obtained James F and Smith age
these services may by con- Mary ,of
full at part-time Khedullng Company State across the state who attended the personnel from fire wildlife and law
tacting Betty McMurtry Raiford.
training program, excellent starting YARD SALE camp. The youth streses safety enforcement agencies reviewed first
and education Office, 401 S.E. 1st Av.., Room 217, camp
pay bated on experience .llfedltoblllty Gainesville, Fl. 32601 phone in three! major! areas: farm aid, fire safety and tractor safety
retirement Insurance program, advancement; medical opportunity -- ,904.376.3218. ext., 60. Closing date for GARAGE SAlti Sept. 3.4 Saturday. 919 *,Amn. Keith Comboss' machinery, hunter/firearm and practises during the, camp, spon-
and Morel e.p.rl.nc. submission of proposale Is 3 p.m. on Woodlawn St. Follow signs" off Hwy. 16 water safety."The sored annually by the state's largest
detlred but not necettory.Apply todayat Sept 19 1938 :2tchg 9/1-S 'for direction Itpd 9/1 Completes Basic Florida Farm Bureau general-interest agricultural
local Sun.hlne-Jr, Food Store;, HI-SCHOOL TEACHERS substitutes and BIG YARD SALIi China hutch, furniture, Federation's annual youth camp organization. Sons and daughters of
corn.r your Hwy 24 North annd Cole St., cook, for local preschool.Experience dlthe, lot. mar. Sept. 3, 8 until,, 612 gives young people the opportunity Farm Bureau familes are eligible to
9645232 9/1 Airman Keith H. Combass, son of, to learn sate while attend the
Waldo, Fl. 3tchg 8/25-9/8 preferred Itchg N. Thompson St. Itpd 9/1 practises enjoy- camp
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS, all ,post WATSON REALTY CORPORATION Is now 3 FAMILY YARD SALIt Sot.9/3. 8 o.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Kervle H. Combass of
tlont, lodlei retail outlet. Pleate tend Interviewing for RE Associates. For 8 p.m. 3 mllet out Hwy 100 West post Rural Route 3, Starke, Fla., has
retume to. lady Retail Outlet?, '. O. more Information or a confidential Interview Crosby Cemetery.Watch for*lgn*. Itpd graduated from Air Force basic Tree Farming Thrives I
Drawer A, Storke, Fl 1 32091 2tchg please call Dean Weaver, 9/1 training at Lackland Air. Force
8/25.9/1 473.7653. 6/23TF SATURDAY SALES Green Acre Base, Texas.
PAY Attem- PROGRAM SPECIALIST Development' Children During the six weeks of training'the
EASY, WORK) EXCELLENT neighborhood and Hwy.,14- (fbrestland to
ble'products at home.Call for Information and supervision of programs for handicapped ,and teen clothe., toy., plant, etc, Itpd airman studied the Air Force ByMarkFrledlln private owners
504-Ml-8003, exl. A.9579. 8/25, clients attending the Sunshine 9/1 mission, organization and customs BCT Staff Writer' manage their forestlands for the increased -
4tpd9/IS Industrie Sheltered Workshop. YARD SALfi Friday 8:30-4 p.m.; Saturday and received special training in The key to conserving and properly -) production of tree crops."
CRUISE SHIPS I Now hiring I Summ.r and CII.nt evaluation, program writing 30-12: noon. Something of everything.. human relations. using the natural resources abundant Norton explaned "with the additional -
career, opportunities Excellent pay behavioral plans and workshop supervision 919 N. Thomp on. Itchg 9/1 In addition airmen who complete in Bradford County is proper benefit of Improved wildlife
World Travel. Call (refundable)' emphasis In vocational programming SATURDAY ONLYi Sept. 3, 9 a.m, to 2 basic training earn credits towardan management and no-where are the 'habitat,. to the Increasingly impor-
15184593535, ext P3377. 3tpd BS In education. Psychologyor 1 p.m. on Grlffl Loop crow RR track associate degree through the results of good stewardship more tant area of watershed protectionand
8/25.9/8 related and 1 year experience' or twice, third home on left. Weedeater ,community college of the Air Force. evident than in the Tree Fram Pro outdoor recreation."
PROFESSIONAL DRIVER with clean' college and 3 yrs experience I In.the four 14x6 Rally rim for a Ranger, He was, a basic training honor gram practiced by area landowners. Supporting members of the pro
record age 26-50. experience pulling field. Salary $13.000.$14.500. depending garden tub, tool, clothe*, more. Itpd ,graduate.The "They are the ones who are making gram hope to provide a better
flatbed R.ply 468.1789 or evenlngt on training and experience. Send 9/1 airman is a 1986 graduate of the decisions about land here in understanding of the role private
4752)95. ""cho 9/1 reufl\olo Bob Larimer, Exec. Director. SATURDAY ONLYr 710( Glendale St. 9/3. Keystone Heights Junior-Senior Bradford County now which will impact forestlands play in meeting the na-
Sunshine Industries, P.O. Box 509, Itchg 914FAMILY High School. Fla.. future generations- tion's need for wood and paper products
Stark, FL 32091.3tch'g 9/T-15 SALIi Sept 123. Corn mented Bradford County Forester fresh water :wildlife and,
,MACHINIST we have an opening In our grinder, bicycle, tricycle, di.he*, radio Dave Norton. "We want to recognizethe recreation.
Maintenance Dept. for someone withat clock, clothe, baby clothe, lamp and
citizens and landowners who do a "We hope to encourage public sup-
t. V. DURRANCE least three years machine/welding .782.3969. Itpd 9/1 lf.Cc/r./ ,Ryskamp
more. responsible job managing their land port Norton said. "for those tree
experience ;This Is a vocational Instructor -, LADIES AUXILIARY OF AIRPARK. CHURCHyard Serving In Med and making the woodlands here in, farmers, who, through achieving
position supervis ale Friday and Saturday, Bam. the viable ,of the their own objectives, implementing -
PUMP & SUPPLY, ing/training Inmate work.... Salary until ,4 p.m., Corner Badcock Store. county a part '' forest are
rang. is $16.613 to $27,195 with excellennr Navy' Lt. Cmdr. Robert' H. economy for years to come. management practices
I' benefits package. Qualified Wf Itchg VI GOT IT COVERED- rain or shim. Ryskamp, whose wife, Kerry, Is the Norton has presented placques of beneficial to society.We also hope to
'Well' Drilling applicants should submit O State of Frl Sat..6 family yard tale. w..t on daughter of Donald W. and Ginny appreciation to area landowners for demonstrate the forest industry s Interest -
Florida Employm.nt application to: 16 left 223. Boyle Hwy Look for Shackleford 'of Keystone Heights, just those type of good management to individual wood.1andowners
on .
,t '; Personnel Manager Union Correctional decisions and is encouraged by the and its commitment to cooperatewith
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Rotary 2" to ,6' >lgn Itpd recently departed on a six month
'Institution, P.O. Box 221, END OF SUMMER SALE loll boot: Huffy deployment to the Mediterranean response to the program.' them in intensive management
Raiford. Fl. 32083. Phone 904-431-121J., cooler, Hilda illde, lh detector, toy, aboard the aircraft carried USS For- "They have done an exceptionaljob I of their forestlands."
Pumps ext., 202.'An Equal OpportunityAffirmative ,clothe. Sept.23.South 301, turn right 'rectal, homeported in Mayport, FL in this area," Norton com- To enter the program a tree
Action employer. Itchg 9/1 on 227, turn right on 223. lt dirt road A 1967 graduate of Portage Nor-' mented. "We are pleased that there farmer must first have his forests
'All sizes POSITION OPEN for -depenndable on left, turn right 2nd doublewide on them High School, Portage, Mich.,, are more members of the American ,certified.
mature career-oriented MarketingRepresentative. '
right 964-4333. Itchg 9/1 and a 1972 graduate of the U.S. Tree Farm system here now than The national requirements for cer
but not Sales r.quir.dSalary e.p.rl.ncehelpful. SAT., SEPT 3i twin sirs bed and chet. of Naval Academy, Annapolis Md. 'ever, and we encourage, any landowners tified tree farm elegibility'include:
drawer. 909 Cypress off 100 We.f. 'with a Bachelor of Science degreef'he with extensive woodlandsto written forest management recom.
d" negotiable.'Send r..umato: Manager Look for .lgn*". Itpd 9/1 consider the mendatlons prepared by a
P,O. Box 1117, Starke, Fl. 32091. 2tchg joined the Navy in June 1968, program.
'9/1-8 LARGE GARAGE SALE Thur.. Frl, Sat.; The American Tree Farm Systemis registered or graduate forestor,or
JOB 'COACH/TRAINER-ClOTHINO; Sun..' S.pti4.. Furniture, toy; a nati wide program which forestry technician plus an actual
MANUFACTURING The Instruction of clothe, tool., lot of ceramic green" gives public recognition to private ,"on the ground" implementation of
handicapped workers In sew wore mic. 1011 N.Thompson St. Itchg I Mary's Variety Shop forest owners who are doing an effective forestry management practices on a
VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor ,ing/clothing Industry. Ability to comnunlcate -* 9/1 ,Opening Sat.Aug. 27th job of growing trees as a significant portion of the forestland
Your Plumbing Parts well and teach sewing skillsto BIG YARD SALE at Jo-Lu Motel. Hwy 301* [ crop, according to Norton. It is sponsored in question. '
olh....Prefer experience In clothing Friday thru Monday. Itchg 9/1 On E. Call Sf by the nation's wood-using industries Certified tree farmers are eligibleto
Industry, and ability to work with the RAIN OR SHINEt Edward Rd., follow (Over the Railroad. Track) through the American compete in local, district and national -
964-7061 *lgn*. 9 til 3. Maternity, baby clothe,:
handicapped. Requires HS; some college Forest Institute with the assistanceof competitions 'and are sup-
t a .plus. Excellent salary. Send household Item., large_sixes* Itpd 9/1 forestry associations,public agencies ported by the organization with re-
864 N. T.mpU; Ave.,, Stark, resume ... Bob Larimer. Executive consulting foresters and other' inspection sessions of their trees by ,
Dlr_. r.O.tax 5099.MorV.Fla. or --- .
\ professlona!fO '
"' &Woekends'' till out application of*.n.w Ben >.>i eIndustries : -' nht1 v..is..1.kecm -r. ....
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PINE, FOREST APARTMENTSNow assistant manager and sales associate positions PROBLEMS

available for qualified applicants. AFTER THE '87 ECONOMIC SUMMITcreased

.Accepting Applications for WE OFFER: Flexible full or part-time scheduling.
., On the Tuesday morning following funding to fight the war
Company Training Program Excellent Starting
w '2:& ,3 BR Apartments Starting at $195., based on experience and education: Retirement Pay Black, Monday October on drugs through education and

I Program;'Medical-Life Disability Insurance:, 19. 1988 when the stock market treatment, law enforcement and

CH/A .. Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable'Ready Advancement Opportunity and MORE! plunged SOS points, \ renewed my smuggling interdiction.

Experience Desired, but not necessary. Apply Today at year-long call for a: bipartisan To counter dangerous gridlock -,
1530 W. Madison Street! EQUAL your local Sunshlne-Jr. Store. Corner Hwy 24 North & budget and economic summit of as U.S. air traffic approachesthe

j I Starke a 964-6312 ','I @r I OpHOUSINfTY Cole Street Waldo White House' and congressional' saturation point, the budget

Mon Fri" 9' PM '" ll k leaders.: provides funding to hire an additional ...
FOOD INC. The President finally agreed 900 air traffic controllers

and sent his representatives to the, 'and continue modernizing the air ,4

Capitol. After a month of daily, traffic control system.,
Is Currently LookingFor difficult meetings, the product was' Crucial health programs such
! Wi 11"9, J. Management,: Candidates Men or Women less than I had hoped but It did'' as AIDS research and educatic

: .1 For TheirManagement'Training Earn $5.00 Per Hour and More!! -give us a plan to reduce the, deficit nutrition aid to homeless and Ic>,

Program, ,by. $76 billion over two years income individuals and biomedical :.

. 1', Sawing Machine Operators or.Trainees, come in and see us; This year's budget meets and, research will receive priority'

' kr.'Work we'll show you how'to do it.2.Wa'll exceeds summit commitments on funding. Medicaid improvements

Five Days, 50 -weekTwo'Week show you video film of how It's done.. spending priorities:, total savings'over will expand coverage for low.

Vacation;' 3-Wa'll give you Incentives; and bonuses to help you make i K while $81.7 the billion.two;year,period equals income pregnant women and'chil-
dren assist families
'l All Major Medical;:,& Dental Benefits you're learning.;' America must invest in, the welfare-to-work, transition during peri-
4:Steady work, no style changes,:no seasons.jno layoffs In five next generation I if
are j jUst a few of the benefits offered now we want to- 'ods, and protect low-Income elderly -
years. compete effectively in the.global against high Medicare costs and

at Wendy's We'ndy's'also offers If You Qualify, after 13 weeks we'll give you a bonus of. $100,. ,marketplace.The fiscal year 1989'' expensive medical bills not covered
(beginning in October 1988) budge by insurance.
t excellent opportunity for' I : After 26 weeks, well give you another$1 oo., ,
, ,et agreement between the Senate Overall, the summit achieved'as
advancement., ,)." Our office... will be open 7 a.m--3:30: p.m. for applications anti< House of Representatives allows much as political reality would'

and interview appointments. strategic increases In science, allow because' while everyone()

,Call or Send "Resume. To' : ,Starke, Uniform Manufacturing t ,space technology and education. favors deficit reduction in the abstract -

Major defense initiatives suchas the spending ,cuts and

,. c"'O'l'S, Attn; Leslie'Srpith 441 E,-Brownlee St., Starke, Fl. the Stealth bomber,will be con 'revenue increases necessary to'get

'J'J 7761 Bayberry Road tinued, while the "Star Wars", or the job done are a much greater
1 Jacksonville 32256 w. hov good benefits, paid holidays;'paid; vacations; ,,'medical Strategic Defense'Initiative,will be challenge. '

I coverage. attendance bo"u.... scaled back. I think the 1989 budget points"
Ii '
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Bradford Traffic, Criminal, Misdemeanor Court ,FinalsThe

following' Individuals ap Brewer pled guilty NVDL fined and pay $50 or pay $120.25. Charles Malcolm Coburn pled year pay fine within nine months. test battery; six months court pro'
peared before Judge'George ft. 12025. ''Tony Lee Gooderham pled guilty guilty reckless driving; $30 'court Fred Laverne Teeter II pled no from$50 court costs stay away
Pierce August 23 In Bradford County Joe Louis Henderson pled guilty DUI; fined $362, license suspendedsix costs, court probation 30 days, write contest DUI; fined $362, license victim.
Traffic Court. Their cases received Improper tag; produced valid tag, months,attend DUI school, do 50 'essay on why should not drive car suspended six months,50 hours com Sammie Thompson'pled 'guilty
final disposition. dismissed. hours community work, Tri County recklessly. munity work, Tri County Probationone retail theft; six: months Tri County
Benjamin Franklin Ross pled guil- ,Probation one year. Willie Hodges pled guilty DWLS year, pay fine within nine mon- ,Probation 50 hours community,
Rebecca'Barnhardt pled no contest -' ty DWLS; present valid license and Eric Bernard Austin pled guilty $32 court costs and dismiss. ths, attend DUI school work, letter of apology to victim
allowing unauthorized person to $50 within! 30 days or pay$120.25. violation of restriction on driver Lowell Douglas Thomas pled guild William Charles Miller pled no stay in school, costs waived.
drive; ordered to pay $50' ,court pay Raymond Barosse pled, license; produced valid license ty reckless driving; $5 .50 court contest to wilful-wanton reckless Jeffrey Allen Ward pled no contest
costs case dismissed ty NVLD motorcycle; dismissed write$250 word essay on why should COB ts. driving (reduced from DUD; fined possession of drug paraphernalia;
Steve Lane Thornton pled guilty all costs suspended.John not drive without an adult. Timothy H. 'White pled guilty $237.50, attend DUI school,50 hours $100 court costs, violate no laws 30
driving under influence (DUD l fin-' David Stover pled no contest Melvin Byrd pled guilty no tag on DWLS; given 30 days to' present community work,Tri County Probation days court probation. State will
ed$625,attend DUI school,Tri Coun unlawful tag; $25 court costs. mobile home; produce valid tag and 'valid license and will dismiss' six months. dismiss a charge of possession of
ty sUpervision one year, pay fine Regina StHglers charged with expired pay $50 court costs or pay$120.25. Adam Keith Rosier pled no contest Lawrence Scott Andrews pled less than 20 grams of marijuana.
within nine months, ten days in jail tag on mobile home; dismiss Byrd pled guilty,no tag on mobile DUI; fined $625 license suspendedsix guilty leaving accident more than Gary Duane Rabon pled no contestpossession
Reginald Ray Carpenter pled guil- ed. home; dismissed when valid tag is months, attend DUI school, 50 $50 damage: 20 hours community Of cannabis; $100 court
ty no valid driver license (NVDL); Arthur Flowers pled guilty no tag produced 'hours community work, Tri County work under HRS, all costs suspend-- costs' six months court probation,
produced valid license, $25 court on mobile home; present valid tag Curtis Gene Bennett pled guilty Probation six months. ed.Andrews ,stay away from alcohol or controlled
costs. and pay$50 or pay $120.25 fine. ,running red light pay $32 court Marshall Eaves pled guilty DUI; pled no contest failing to substance
William Stacey Starling pled guil- Benjamin P.Jones pled guilty no costs, placed. on Tri I County supervi fined $1,150, license suspended five report accident; 20 hours' community David 'Gordon Hathcox pled no
ty reckless driving; $50 court costa. 'tag on mobile home; produced valid sion. years,attend DUI schoolTri County : work under HRSMisdemeanor contest carrying a concealed
Starling pled guilty driving while'' tag, dismissed. Bennett pled no contest DWLS;$55 Probation one year Court weapon; violate no laws, pay,$100
license suspended (DWLS); produced Donnell Richardson pled guilty court costa, Tri County Probation Stephen Finley Little pled no con- Johnnie Mae Burch pled no con- I court costa.
valid license ordered to pay $50 DUI; fined $625, license suspendedsix supervision. test DUI; fined $625 license'' test battery; $50 court costs, Tri
court costa.Starling months attend DUI school, 50 John Lee Brown pled guilty suspended five years, attend OUT County Probation six months. See Page 146REELECT'
pled guilty a second case hours community work, Tri County DWLS; produced valid license, suspend school,: Tri County Probation one Samuel Lee Williams pled no con
I, Of DWLS; $50 court costs. Probation one year. costs, dismissed.
Bertha Mae Williams pled guilty Ronald E. Harvill pled no contest Harvey James Hutchinson pled
DWLS; present valid license and obscured, defaced, no tag registration guilty no tag on mobile home; produce
pay $50 or pay 10125. ; produced valid tag, dismissed. valid tag and pay $50 court
James Burton pled guilty NVDL; Harvill pled. guilty, DWLS; fined costs or pay $120.25 fine.Johnell I wr e
presented valid. license, costs 10125. I Johnson pled guilty ,
suspended. Lester S. Dyess pled no contest! DWLS; produced, valid license s
Burton pled guilty unlawful speed; fleeing attempting to elude; costs within 30 days and will dismiss. RODNEY P.
fined $96.Jim waix gd. Larue Striglers pled guilty DWLS; -.r
H. Brogdon pled guilty Dyess pled no contest DUI fined Tri County Probation six months,50
DWLS; present valid license and $625, license suspended five years, hours community work. "
pay $50 or pay $101.25. attend DUI school,Tri County super- Striglers pled guilty improper HALLBradford
Raymond Smith pled no contest vision one year, ten days in jail. turn/wrong lane;50 hours community H '
DWLS; produce valid license and Alynn Alexander Brimm, Jr. pled work, Tri, County,Probation six wY
pay $50 court costs or pay $101.25. guilty DWLS; present valid license months. _
Willis D. Brewer, Jr. pled guilty
unlawful speed; fined $86. County School Board, t

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Blanding... from pap 98 Block's Tax Course,

Local and area businesses enjoy SCHOOLS ARE
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guardsmen, numbering in the knowledge through the Il&R Block Income Tax Course. Other have'

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' Camp Blanding has an authorized 'income tax course start on September 6; morning; afternoon, and THE QUEST FOR EXCELLENCE
, personnel strength of 1 1 units one of evening classes are available.
the largest in Florida,with a total of ,Students look at the course ass way to save money by picking.up
803 employees. or polishing up tax return preparation skills.The 13-week course,
Operating expenses for the huge' progresses from
simple to complex lax problem Student learn
facility were more than $800,000 last
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I. 'which was spent locally, amounted the latest tax laws., .
., to more than$2 million last year Qualified course graduates may fcc offered job interviews for ,RE-ELECT
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salaries over last year$3 million, and over in local four scheduling a real benefit.' However, Block is under no Obligation to RODNEY P. HALL -

million for National Guard full-time offer employment nor are graduates.under any obligation to accept,
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Tree Farm. .

from page 12B estimated and deducted from the "Managing and caring for a com- Ring slash, reduction of excessive new trees of desired species either pioneer logger Charles H. Clemons.
In most cases on privately owned proposed Tree Farm area. All pro- mercial tree operation Is much more forest fire fuel build-up by prescribed from natural seeding or planting, The name "Tree Farm" caught
and managed forest.land is eligiblefor posed acreage should be reported to complex than most people think,"' burning,maintenence, of forest unless the land is being converted to on. At the Tree Farm dedication
the program but certain the nearest whole number for. reporting Norton commented. When you see ,fire fighting equipment, fencing and other uses.to Washington State governor Arthur
forestland in public ownership mat purposes. the nicely ordered rows of trees other efforts to eliminate destructive Areas specifically and exclusivly Langlie said 'The demons Tree
be certified if it is managed and The standard minimum area tract growing over a period of years It grazing and the systematic devoted to Christmas tree farms farm may set the pace for millions of
meets all of the other standards.The considered for Tree Farm status Is might not look as if there Is much to removal of overaged,diseased or Insect may also be certified as tree farms acres of such lands throughout the
intent of the public-ownership provision 10 acres Areas of lesser size will be do for the owner Just sit back and Infested trees. the plantations or stands are well- state"
is to allow the certification of considered on the basis, of special watch the trees grow, right? It's The owner also has to provide for managed. Good management for The governor was right.
school forests, municipal and town merit. really the opposite. There quite a bit prompt restocking of desirable this type of tree production demands Bythe end of 1941, a West Coast
forests,and tracts of other publicly The woodland must be permanantly to do to protect the trees and see that species of trees on harvested and weed, insect and disease control, Tree Farm Program was established -'
owned woodland which are under dedicated to the growing and they are managed in a proper way so idle areas of land which are suitable proper thinning and other recognized by forest industries through whatis
the direct management of organizations harvesting of timber and other that they will be suitable for for tree gorwing. cultural practices to induce ade- now The Industrial Forestry
such as Boy and Girl Scouts, forest crops Landowners in the pro harvesting, tt's a challenge for a Replanting is accomplished by'a quate density and symmetry. The Association in Portland, Oregon.
school districts, Future Farmers of gram are urged to develope and landowner) but the rewards can be variety of methods including natural objectives in management In this The Western Pine Association
America. group and 4.It organiza allow other usages of ,their lands great" seeding aerial or direct seeding or type of farm is to produce the max- developed a similar program and
tions. within the multiple use concept. Some of the things landowners reforestation with young tree seedl- imum number of trees of the grade certified Its first Tree Farm on Sept.
To RegisterIf All woodlands under one owner' must do to protect their trees Include ings. In many cases site preparation "U.S. number \" or better, as defined 24,1942.
'you are thinking of registering must be managed according\, Tree having the ability and the equipmentto (burning or mechanical\ in a USDA publication "United During that year Alabama certified
your land in the program, the area, Farm standards before any of the protect his woodland from fires, necessary to remove residual or States ,Standards for Christmas, its first Tree Farm on April 1
for the most part, must support a area is certified. An owner may diseases, insects and destructive competing before. ''re- Trees" available at the county and the Arkansas Forestry Commission -
medium or better stocking of commercial have his main are certified and then ''overgrazing.Forest seeding or replanting.Harvesting foresters office. was close behind with a Tree
forest trees. Fields, bogs, add additional tracts as long as his protection practices used on a Tree Farm is an System History Farm dedication on June 6.
lakes, brush, homesites and other policy Is to place these additional by local farmers include cutting fire important stage for the grower not The first Tree Farm in the United By the end of that first year, the
non-forested lands adjacent to the lands under proper management as lanes around the perimeter of the only commercially, but in findingthe States was dedicated in 1941. program was national and the
property should not be included in rapidly as possible. The additional property to stop potential fires from best way to cut and leave the On that date, Tree Farm numberone American Tree Farm System was
the Tree Farm area. These areas tracts amy be certified when they spreading and to allow easy move- land productive for another,crop. was started. It was a 120,000 formed. It was sponsored by the
don't have to be defined in the report are placed under intensive forest ment or' fire-fighting vehicles, Cutting practices differ from'area to acre forest owned by the forest Industries through a national
but ,their ,acreage should! be management disposal of high fire hazards and log- area depending on stand conditionsand Weyerhaeuser Timber Company in association which is now known as
timber types.Clearcutting Washington State's Gray's Harbor the American Forestry Institute.
is the method usually County. Heavy use by hunters, Program managers hope the
.Traffic Criminal, weapon; $250 court costs, one year Valane no contest done in Union and Bradford coun fishermen, berry pickers and vaca- words "Tree have done just
Misdemeanor Court I court probation, violate no laws, possession of marijuana;.$35 court .ties. tioners posed a fire hazard to the that: The program has now become
Melony Pamela Bass pled no con costs 35 hours community work,Tri ''Clear-cutting of merchantabletrees timber. The company appealed to nationwide in scope with Increasing
test petit theft, ,retail theft, Tri County ro.batlon'supervision 60 is recognized as'good forestry the public for cooperation. and fire thousands of landowners joining in
From 13D ,
page County Probation six months, 50 ,days.Brcnda. in many stand conditions Forester prevention. what has been described as the
Lisa Harrell pled no contest Issuing 'hours community' work letter of Mack pled no contest Norton said. ''"However, an owner The editor of a local newspaper greatest voluntary forest conservation -
, worthless check;six months pro-, apology$50 court costs. resisting officer without violence:, who clear ,cuts must'' provide suggested naming the'forest the movement in the nations's
, bation, show proof of restitution, $50 Sharone Gainey pled no contest $50 court costs. satisfactory stocking ,conditions.for "Clemons Tree Farm" in honor of history.
court costs trespass after warning; $50 court Nurnell Williams pled no contest
,cost 30 days court probation, violate\' resisting officer without violence. 0.- _'
Jerry'L. Brown pled no contest issuing no laws. $50 court costs.Marshall' : ---
worthless check. ; ,make Charles Thomas Swyers pled no Eaves,pled guilty improper
restitution. contest giving alcoholic beverage to exhibition of firearm; fined OPEN FOR BUSINESSSMITH"
Steve Rankin pled no :contest minor; $50 court costs, violate no $127.50, Tri County supervsion one .
reckless display of dangerous laws court probation :vi dove year


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1 School Board Member

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"Education Is Going to Be Great in', '88

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,This is the'home'in Clay County that has been'This is the home on"Lorenza Drive that

homesteaded by Mr John R. (Bobby) Hall, was built in 1982 and was homesteaded for
through the year 1987 (Your Tax Collector's! : the first time in February''of this year.

husband). This is where,they have lived since 1988, which.happened, to election year .M:
she was elected to the,Tax Collector's Office 0 ( I
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.I, Carl. Hurst, want your vote and ,support for Tax I

Collector of Bradford County. I am capable, and

qualified to hold that office. I will cooperate',with: all, '
'This is 4,200
"' picture reasons why I want to

county' officials and departments. I 'promise you be your School Board Member 'for District 4.

efficient and courteous'serVice. Our personnel will be

These children are America's greatest resource. We. as
knowledgeable and discreet about your business parents 'educators and concerned citizens want to prepare them

conducted in the Tax Collector's Office. for the future. Their education and safety should'be our main


During: my campaIgn I'have visited your home I have shaken

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', '' ,listened to your concerns about these, same children. I hope that
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I we, together can address these concerns and issues.

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Karate. Master Teaches in Starke L'' r ; E 'e ,I". .,'.("Y, :(:; '."
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By Mark Friedlin since 1971, began his studies of' III \ ,!r "
BCT Staff Writer this form of Karate,which is one of champions Don Wilson\ and Ernest,
A new class in Chinese karate has the oldest known, in China with! Simmons,beginning in 1972.
been started in Starke. several different "SifuV or teachers. Schmitz has been'very successful
Pal Lung (Fred Schmitz) a The Chinese Karate Schmitz'' with his new'studion on Edwards
designated-"White Dragon" in the teaches encompasses severaldifferent Road which he opened ''in
martial arts is packing them in for seven separate styles of conjunction with fellow instructorsBob
his Kung Fu (Chinese Karate) Kung Fu. : and Sandie Wallace.
Classes in his newly opened studioon Schmiiz has been very successfulin : For more information on the
Edwards Road in Starke. his long career in the martial arts Classes in this specialized form of
Schmitz, who has been teaching and has instructed several famous ,karate,calf: 9642713.

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Training... :
Fred Schmitz,a black belt expert In Chinese Karate,take a cl AM of -
students through a demanding of exercise designed to test their
kill and fortitude In this '
call 1C '
Schmitz;'who now teaches In Starke,.has had enthusiastic,
response to his lesson.,

I'm so sorry that I haven't seen each and everyone

'Seathelt '-Use PHYSICAL 'THERAPY': of you during this important time of campaigning for

the office of Sheriff of Bradford County.
Off ..Poll Shows Jeny Fisher.;'P.T.
critical illness in
However, there has been a our

Seat belt usa! .e,, is ''vi'.iually.,,w.BY APPOINTMENT' D64-6OOO' family, namely my mother, Lois Moore Wainwright,
changed''from six months ago, according =,
to a report released today by and her illness had taken all my time and energy.

statewide the AAA survey\Nas Clubs( of Florida.conducted The by' THEGARDEN' '' Please accept my humblest apologies. Please keep me in
''AAA staff who made 63,267 observa .
mind while considering decisions,
tions at 200 locations to help assess your
seat belt.usage.

After a year and a half of seat belt For those' of who don't know is GLEN
t>enforcement the survey in 25 .FL AS you me, my name
Florida( cities revealed a statewide \ MOORE I'm not a politician, I am a enforcement
.""" 'compliance rate of 51.3 percent,only
...t' at shghtlncrease from eJ'J/nu/vj' OUTDOOR CONTROL, INDOOR CONTROL .r :officer.I .
1988 figure of 49.8 percent.of TniS rate find Do tt yourself with this combination have lived in Bradford County all my life, and I have
reflects a stabilization usage
'ends a downward trend revealed In DURSBAN, LAWN SPRAY treatment for Indoor control. 5.33July raised my family here. I havebeen, in law enforcement'
1987/when the rate fell to 51.9 oz. of Lo-Odor Dursban Plus 1 oz. o/
percent in January of 1987. and Controls more fleas* cinch. bugs, ants Precor In 1 gallon of water. Bradford County for the past 23 years, andhave: been

The statistics\show that women Pint.. Reg.' 15.69 12.99 Reg.15.38'( ue, certified by, the state. I know what needs to be done to help
buckled up more frequently (57.4 QLReg..28.99 19.99 BOTH poi ONLY' 11.98percent stop the crime'in our county. That is why I want to'be' your
) than men ((46.4 percent
51.8 percent of the drivers were in sheriff.I .

seat compliance passengers with 48.8 buckling percent up.of Under front C'.....,:.;JIIC <<':>.. will work with, the county school'board, principals,

'the Florida seat belt law drivers, teachers,.and parents to take crime and'drugs out of the
' be cited for those front seat
I passengers can .15 years of age and schools., This will be an active and strong'program.I .,

younger seat passengers who fail 16 to buckle years and,up.Front older d A 12 V liAR Model RETIE ENGINE RIDER "..will''use the certified.officers who live,in our county,

can Palm be cited Beach individually.motorists claimed the with 11 H.P.. 1C engine, who want,to keep,.their'certification active, by starting a

.highest usage rate, at 69.9 percent, 'speed Eleetrlcatort30'cutbthe transmission.Reg. Bradford, County Auxiliary..The auxiliary will be used as it

found, lowest in Daytona level of Beach compliance,where only was is in Clay and Duyal counties; to assist the regular, deputiesin

"38.9 percent bothered to buckle up. 1519.95 5 3.00.. all of their duties
Well over two-thirds of the people ,
killed on Florida's highways last -- I.will,have a.deputy duty'24-hours a, day, seven,,days a

.,' year worn were properly not wearing seat bell seat use belts, can If 'ONLY ,2'Imrtedwarranty year week, and,actively cover all parts of the county '

save lives and decrease the severity, 1188 We will have',better communications and,working' ,
of injuries sustained in an accident;
Many opponents of seat belt usage relationship between all law enforcement agencies and

'claim died in- they a crash know Involving of someone fire who or', county} citizens, to eliminate ',the growing crime and,drug:,

''submersion in water because they problem within, Bradford County
'were "trapped"with a seat belt on.
Cumulative statistics clearly show' I.,WILL BEAN ACTIVE SHERIFF.FOR. THE PEOPLE,
less than one-half of one percent '
,"iof' motor.vehicle accidents involve SARLO HIGH 'WHEEL '

fire who or are wate.r buckled submersion up stand and a much those,, MOWERS Our county is growing,and,with growth crime usually

greater chance of remaining,conscious Easy rolling high wheels glide over follows..As'your'sheri.f'f-, will encourage, the, growth-of our

(I.', i The*AAA Clubs of Florida actively tall grass and other obstructions.: county,but .willlet. those.people know this is'a place for

lobbied for a scat belt law Florida, 4 HJ:/21" Cut; law-abiding citizens and that criminals.and drugdealers: ,
and continue to monitor usage in an Push 16'/wheels -
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'attempt to focus educational activities '#MY16 Reg. 389.95. ..OrHI are not welcome
toward areas of low corn-' (As businessman ,husband father and a'resident
pliance and raise public awareness. a ofBradfordCounty :
AAA Peninsula Motor Club and' I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL I I all life and'with 23 law'
'AAA East Florida are working with, my years,,
state agencies and other organize-, enforcement experience in investigating and, solving,all
lions In an effort to acheive a usage i t. JT\..
types.of crimes Iknow, the needs of the
rate of 70 percent by 1990. .: ; county.

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Volunteers Make the Difference. Bradford Residents Train to Teach

Nineteen Bradford'' Countiana order to become members of the "..1oj \ " .'
recently volunteered to participate management team. > '"
workshop designed to train them According to Adult Education {
to teach adults to read. Director Charlie Thomas, the Bradford : .
With adult Illiteracy becoming'more County Adult Education LI
obvious as a problem which 'Association Is an organization which
our society must deal with Interest 'developed as an, outgrowth of !!u:.
,Is increasing In programs which ''pursuit of Bradford SuperintendentJim
teach reading 'to adults as well as Duncan and Thomas In meeting _
children, the' demands of the state adult
Volunteers .from the .Bradford literacy program efforts.
community recently participated In The literacy volunteers attendingthe _
the workshop sponsored by Literacy course were: Robert .Austin, I
T. Volunteers of America and the Brad- Carolyn Canovaj Jean Clark, Laura jtti
<*$'fwd Adult Education program. Conti, Louise Cooney, Lynn Melvin, ,
Nineteen volunteers ,completed Anne Miller, PhyUis Newell, Ronald ? aI
;the 10 hour workshop. The 19 includ- Reagan, Cynthia Ross, Peggy
red 15 school system personnel and 4 Stanwix-Hay,,, Mel Stripe, Catheryn
"lay. people (two* of which were Struth, Carolyn Taylor Charles
,retired teachers.. Thomas, Ruth Underwood, '. ,. ,
Of the nineteen, several put in an Monterey Wasdin, Alice Faye I 'I, I" ',
additional 16 hours of training in Waters, Joan Watson. '
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,Senior Citizens of Bradford Coun- learning and fun. '(',.;.:;

ty, this is your center. Come join 'Thursday' is the day for social -: ': ,. .... .. \o
other seniors from around,the coun gathering. Come early and stay' ,', :"\ ," I ,P;'
ty and enjoy a time of fun and.' late. Find out what's going on in 1 ,:;.' 0 :,; ." .' J' <,.:1/.4.{'"
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community what "
fellowship. your you '
Monday Is the day for social to help. : r';":, ';":.::,; : -' I I, ''7, .. .,.
gathering.: Special programs are Friday we offer a Bible History :' ; .
often planned on this day'of the class, beginning in September at ( I I
weekj 10 a.m. It will last for one hour ,' il
Tuesday is the day the seniors followed by a brown bag lunch and ,,, .., .,;
meet for a social gathering, with a bingo. J
covered dish and tree blood ,
pressure readings on the third You are welcome to come by the''' ''They civciTlicir; Time...:,
Tuesday of each month. They begin Senior Center Monday through Friday have trained read In From left to rights Laura Conti. Charles Thomas,
gathering around 10:30: a.m. Lunch 8:30: a.m. to 4:30: p-.m. Cable These Bradford County cltfeen to teach adults to Peggy Stan..lJlllay. Carolyn I
begins at noon, with bingo at 1 p.m. TV*coffee and table games are unique program Klch should benefit many In thl area' Taylor) Joan Watson Jean dark and Alice Faye Walter.
Wednesday is the day the ladies, ,always available. The senior
(men are also welcome) come Center is located behind the Brad-
I together with their needlework and ford County Courthouse.

(crafts. This is a time to learn new For further information,; call ,,... '. ',. ,. ,. "
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