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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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OUberMs passing Over the Yucatan Peninsula this afternoon Uttoriol rasa. . ', ... .'..,..=..4A
flM.a.a.d.y. )' with _taiDed win** of 150 m ph. It U expected to continue The Social Scn. . .. .. ..t-7A .
toward Mexico in a WNW direction, unless a low pressure trough in the Pwblle' MoHcM. . ,... .. ...7w.
..eaten great plains pulls K In a slightly more northern direction, toward ,
Texas or the Rio Grande Valley. Si 12 ,.... ,

Gilbert.1> a particularly| fierce'storm, considerea u. U> very dangerous. Homing Ait. . .. .. . ,ISSICTIOM
with a barometer reading of 28.79, the lowest barometric pressure ever N.w. rI".. . . .. .; ;2.as "
recorded in a storm in this hemisphere. Sustained winds are 175 mph. droppIHI Ipir... ..i,..4.12' ,.
lag to 150 over Yucatan, but will doubtless intensify again over the Gulf. Jtt Switch...j
Florida seems to have escaped Gilbert' fury, only light fringe winds and Ar.. Paolhi.4* The Heaven
showers are evident In the Keys. High pressures along the Atlantic and Gulf' light. Out 1.7( Sweete- t nin Side, of

-coastal areas are steering the storm westward, away from the peninsula. CI..ltled Ad... . . . ,'.111 I 109th Year ..ORIDAy 25 Cent Copy
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Wortli'9pting 2 Young Men Run Into Law When Firehunting I ITwo



Class of 1"'... devotees of the ancient art of fire: hunting"with 1 siaeswiped Hubner's truck 'with minor "'', near the south end of the Camp Blanding Fish Both men were charged with attempting'\.J to
gun and spotlight) were arrested damage. The three-wheeler turned over Management area when they spotted take deer at
a light night with and
Allpersooit planning to go on the Thursday night Sept. 8, on the Two Buck twice, landing in ditch but gun light fleeing
neither
a
1968 Senior Class Bahamas Cruise Hunt Club property north of Keystone Heights occupantwas flashing in the sky about half a mile away. As and attempting to elude police officers and
injured. they approached, the light was turned resisting arrest without
on violence,
their
may pick deposit at the
up Airport in Bradford County. The for "fire
penalty hunting"- term Hubner's truck. As he drew nearer, with blue
Tempe Ave.Anyone Travel. Agency on North Andy Chaff 22, of SR-100, and Jeffrey' derived from ancient times when poachers light flashing, two men on the ATC -all-( They,were turned over to Sheriffs Deputy
Clemons, 22, of Starke* were arrested by prowled the woods 'at night with, lighted terrain cycle) sped away until hated by the Harvey Rhoden and officer Randy Corey at
Class of
wanting a 88 Bradford County Wildlife Officer Jim Hubner torchesis a $1,000 fine, or a year,in jail, or, curve incident. the Griffis Loop gate at the Two Buck Hunt
can .. .
Jersey John '
please Slater
ph. and Lt. David wildlife
Thompson, supervisor both. Property valued in excess of$1,000 was confiscated property. They were booked at the Bradford
782-3006 after 4 p.m. 'for this area, after a 45 mph chase along bum- Following up a tip that two deer had been, by the wildlife officers, including a County jail and released under $1,076 bond
Bown's. Fund. py Wolf Bay Road. The race ended abruptly found dead from, unidentified causes ''on Browning automatic .270 rifle, the Yamaha each. ,
.. when. a' Yamaha three-wheeler,, driven by private property in the area Hubner and three-wheeler, a 12-volt hand spotlight. and a They will appear'' before County Judge'George
''An account has been opened for fh .ff wont nut of rnntml. on It rill VP sad 'Thompson!' wprp raising> R Inn!? Trcnf Rand1yW'12-volt auto/marine battery Pierce at the September: 20 plea day.

Jimmy Bowen's legal defense, cosponsored -
by Milton Hicks and ,
Cecelia Terwillegar; '

The sponsors said, "We will
welcome any amount that anyone Wall Win
cares to contribute." The savings Biggs
account has been opened at the ,
Florida National Bank in Starke,
entitled "The Jimmy Bowen Legal
Defense Fund." .
Council Seats
Hick's phone number is 964-6666; Vr :
Terwillegar can be reached at <:

964-7776. Commissioner Bobby Biggs won a' to Starke politics. Wall challenged
fourth two-year term and Ed Wall Mayor Woods two years ago and lost
Seminole Boosters... ".i was elected to a'vacant seat a 31.5 ,[by about 30 ,votes to the popular
'The Bradford-Union Seminole'' .' percent turnout of Starke Voters mayor; in'a run-off election. In the

,Booster Club is set to meet at 7 ,Tuesday,...Sept. 13.; ;'fa\i first primary Mayor Woods led with
p.m. tonight (Thursday, Sept. 15) in'' 1 364 votes Wall had 338, and Philip
the KOA meeting hall. Group 1: .: ,,Nichols 317,,and there were 13 no
Speaker:John Laurence, Channel -' Belcher' 289 votes. This term'Wall switched tQ
12 sports anchor. Dinner: $3.50, the seat vacated by former commissioner
Biggs 434 Jimmy Crosby,who resigned.It .

Gator QB Club... was a"quiet, ho issues city elec

o Next'meeting of the'Starke Gator l"L ... Group 3: tion. Neither winner forsees any major
changes ahead for the com-
Quarterback Club is set today
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misson as a result of the election.
(Thursday, Sept. 15) at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.., Wall'' 551 Clerk Neil Tucker said he ia'disappointed ,
'?. Social hour, 6:30: p.m. Covered that only 739 of the city s
dish supper and meeting, 7 p.m. Mayor Travis Woods ''was> reelected 2,250 voters, or 31.5 percent came'
Speaker: Gary Darnell, UF ,, i I unopposed to his fifth two-'_ out to vote. ', .
defensive coordinator. year Group 5 commission term. ,Some blamed the statewide! first.
Neither Biggs nor Wall,"a sedondtime primary voting last week and said
I' Industry Appreciation... commission 'candidate, had the city should change its election to
'close races with the two newcomersHampton coincide >
The 5th annual Industry Appreciation ,
Week is Sept. 19-23. '
sponsored by the Existing Industries -, Selects
:
Committee of the Starke-. i "
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce -; 0'; 1
and the Bradford County, '

.tins.The Economic Development. Corpora .. ..- New ,Mayor(a Marshal

Community State Bank; -, .
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Florida Federal Savings and Loan !'i'i' /; 1 (t Almost
wlYs 80 percent' the voters 'for that race. 'The ballots were
:I and Florida National Bank at ,Momentss/ \, ,:',': registered in the City of Hampton counted a fourth time for accuracy, "
Starke have all agreed to display i Tense :.">> turned out at the polls Tuesday for a ,because the race was BO close. '
products from local industries in : more interesting than usual election. A total of 146 ballots were cast, of a
County votes Is serious
their customer lobbies during the : a' total registration of 188. "Nearly 80
week. business. Three' ,candidates 'were'' on the percent of the people voted'?said CIty -
"Purpose of the displays is to Above Commission candidates" ballot for Mayor while the incumbent = Clerk Gordon Wadsworth.
recognize our local industries and Ed Wall, who won and Danny mayor was a candidate for the In the mayoral race,Lola Williamson -,,
Belcher, who lost* watch with a position of town marshal, opposed
.1\ to express our appreciation for not a new face in Hampton
'their decision to locate in Bradford close eye as polk workers open by the recently reinstated town mar- politics she has been on the City
envelopes and count the 39 ( shal. Three council seats were, '
Council in the past polled the most'
Countysays Wally Ingram, ex- .
absentee votes. From left; Wall,
," ecutive director of the Chamber sought by only two candidates votes but did not receive a true ma-
Mrs. Lucy White, Belcher Oleeta which leaves one vacancy to be filledby jority. Her tally was 68, less than''
,BH 'Auxiliary..... / tlardenbrook,. Lucille Godwin;.and appointmentj; *' half the votes cast, but the highest '
Kay carter.At \ Elwood vote getter in the three-way race for
Bradford Hospital Administrator 'Mayor Padgett was
Commissioner 'defeated by only two votes for the'marshal's mayor. ,Incumbent Clerk Gordon
Rip O'Steen will be guest speaker left Bobby' Wadsworth received 50 votes and
at the Hospital Auxiliary meeting Biggs center, who won, is interviewed job, which went to the;' Councilwoman Amy Davis received
set at 6:30 pm. Monday, Sept. 19. ,Ii 0 by WEAG Newsman,Terry recently I reinstated;'marshal, Ray '
-. 28, for the total of 146 ballots cast.
Simmons .
Members urged to attend the Vaughn left and Times-Union : ",
are { : Hampton has never had a run-off
Simmons had been removed from'office'
dutch treat dinner, to be at the : "' Reporter Bruce Richie,' just after! election,, according to''Wadsworth/
the council because he"wasn't I
Western Steer Family Steak louse;,, ; Biggs learned he won a fourth by "and I'm it
not going to contest =
his ob but later
( doing ) ; was
U.S.301 south. term.
reinstated by a Circuit Court Judge now," he says, but the Charter does
because the council had not followed not provide for election by plurality,
U-CAP M0. .. "j q
tng. proper procedures in his dismissal, so a run off election may be a re-
Bradford and Union county'' : quirement of law, if Hampton elections
members of United Citizens summons polled 73 votes to 71 for are governed by Florida elec,
Against Pollution will meet at 7:30 Padgett, with two ballots unmarked tion laws, as Wadsworth thinks.

'p.m. Monday Sept. 19, in the Brad-
ford County Courthouse. The upcoming
" Administrative Hearing in


!, DER the BHS Hazardous will Alumni.he discussed.Waste.. suit against Will -:the. 'Reddish<-' Dynasty/ Come to an End ? I



The Bradford High School Alumni oy Brenda BawekUF 'years;"'In 1972, he was elected by d '.''.'gin, of Highway Patrol for ,20 years as a state 40-year dynasty of the Reddish family in the
Association will meet Monday Student JournalistThe 196 votes in a run-off with, the late.Tom., trooper,has taken a leaye of absence from the Sheriff's office,
../ Sept.19, at 6:30: p.m. at the Brad- Reddish clan is politically aroused,sort Crawford, according to Telegraph records.In FHP. The state won't allow its staff to cam "1 thin now that the race is narrowed down'to
ford Family.Restaurant All alumni of like a bear coming out of hibernation.
' the 1988 first primary Sheriff Reddish lead paign while working, Etheridge said. two, people can make a determination,
and friends are invited. When veteran Sheriff Dolph Reddish came
with 1,905 votes. Challenger Kenneth "
about'who want to be sheriff Reddish
they ,
out of the first primary election only 297 votes Etheridge a veteran state highway Etheridge campaigned mostly doortodoorfor
r In' Emergency... ahead of challenger Kenneth Etheridge, his patrolman for 22 years,was second with 1,608 the first prima.. He did not reveal his says.Reddish's. campaign platform is his record.

Residents of Bradford County family and supporters rallied around him. A votes. Glen Moore, a longtime deputy sheriff campaign the run-off.- He is running on his record of law enforcement -
whose telephone prefix is 485, 468 campaign headquarters was established at who resigned to run,. was third .with 1,355 (<1 uori t want to let the cat out of the bag," experience, honest service to the public'
or 496 may call either of two 100 West Call Street in Starke. Retired Chief votes, and was eliminated from the race. he said. and cooperation with other law enforcement (
numbers in emergency situations, Deputy Robert Green is hauling the sheriff all Moore declined this week to comment on He is trying to catch the people he missed officials he says.
toll free, and reach the courthouse over the county in a door-to-door campaign.A which candidate he will support if anybody, the first time, he said. Etheridge] said he was encouraged to run
.switchboard during working hours. series of cook-outs is set all over the county, for the Oct. 4 second primary vote. "I hope to receive the-vote from the supporters for office by people in the county., He decidedto
Those numbers are: and voters will get a chance to talk with the Campaign supporters met Friday at head of Glen Moore in the upcoming elec- run because of the problems in the county
376-1502 or 377-5122. sheriff.In quarters to plans and review the campaign tion," Etheridge said. and has been planning to run for the last four
After working hours,for juror political vernacular, it's. known as I'WUI..Iing agenda. P.D. Reddish Dolph Reddish's father, held years, he said.Etheridge .
calls and'regular non-emergency scared. Reddish supporters are planning to have the office of sheriff for 24 years in Bradford proposed to implement educa-
business calls during courthouse Being a little ahead ,In the'first primary cookouts in several communities, hand out County. At his retirement, P.D. Reddish was tional videos and "officer friendly"programs .
hours, call 3750209.Upcoming: often sees a candidate go down to defeat in the literature and campaign door-to-door. succeeded by his son Dolph Reddish, who in schools to combat drugs. '
,,' second primary. Veteran politicians say The headquarters operating hours, set at began in the Sheriffs Department as a deputy
they'd almost prefer to run second _in the first Friday's campaign meeting, will be 9 a.m to jailer and worked his way up to chief deputy The winner of the run-off will face'
... primary.Reddish. 9p.m.,! Monday through Saturday. before running for sheriff. Republican candidate Bob Milner in the Nov.
Public: meetings scheduled in the faces''his first opposition! in 16 Etheridge, who has worked for the Florida The .Oct. 4 run-off threatens to end the 8 general election.

coming ., weeks are:
-Bradford County School Board.

will hold the second required-by-law Emotional at Gets 7 Years ,
Hardy Sentencing I
'" public hearing on its operating Attorney Dudley ,
budget at 7 p.m. today (Thursday. ,

September 15.) by Carolyn Eaves sated Hardy was. bou. candidate tor Ui e; righteous indigiutuon at his being prueecutea- UI _.......uc, it would Indicate that the court
Bradford School Board: Regular err Staff w..lter program but was not aware of Hardy availing Truncale said Hardy was not above the law does not take the cocaine cancer as seriously
monthly meeting. 7 p.m. Monday btarke attorney Dudley P. Hardy was himself of the service. and the amount of cocaine he was found guiltyof as it should be taken," said Judge Melton. _
Sept. 19. Administration Building. sentenced Monday in federal court to serve Dr. Roger A. Gotz, who recently evaluated sharing indicated more than a personal This is made more difficult when you see such
Starke City Council meets at 7 seven in prison. Hardy, said chemical dependency is heredityand problem and he should be punished accord a degree of prominence,a self-made man who
:.: m. Tuesday, Sept. 20, in City Hall, years : has been good lawyer."'
p. ,Hardy was found guilty June 2 of con Hardy was a classic example of someone dingly. a
,'::1 ," followed by Its second required-by spiracy to distribute cocaine by a federal with a dependency problem due to heredity. Hardy had a heightened awareness of the "It gives me no pleasure, but there is no
- J law public hearing on the .88-89 court jury in Jacksonville. Attorney Gene Shaw, W.T. Jackson, E.W.. law and flagrantly violated that law by the cause shown not to sentence you Dudley P. \
/' budget. 'Prior to a scheduled August sentencing date Hodges and George Roberts. Jr. spoke on ongoing cocaine use and sharing, said Trimi Hardy, to seven years," said Judge Melton..
< ', Bradford County Commissioners' Hardy sought council from a new attorney. ,Hardy's behalf,all testifing that they felt Har::: cafe. "A whole subculture went to.the (The sentence is imposed under existing ,'
M, : meet on zoning board recommendations Bradley Stark of Miami, who asked for a con- dy was an asset to the community and askingthe residence of the lawyer who chose not to act guidelines which means Hardy will be required ,
','. at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. tinuance in order for him to review the case court not to give him prison time.They requested properly, who saw no wrong except personal to serve approximately one third of the
21, in the Courthouse, for the defense. That motion was granted and that he be allowed to continue his law abuse,yet it goes far beyond personal abuse"said prison time.)
Lawtey Council: the second re- the sentencing took place Sept. 12. practice in Starke. Trun<:ale. The government said the only Judge Melton requested that Hardy receive
quired public hearing oh the town's During the three hours Monday afternoonthe Hardy, crying and visibly shaken was appropriate sentence was a term of incarceration drug counseling and treatment at whatever
proposed budget. 7:30: p.m., Thursday defense offered testimony emphasizing unable to speak in his own behalf. for his unlawful lifestyle over a facility be was assigned.
Sept. 22. Hardy had a personal chemical dependency, Judge Howard Melton reminded the long period of time. Hardy was allowed to remain free until his
Bradford County Zoning .Board problem and should not have to serve prison defense that he had no control over Hardy'scareer. Judge Melton said he found no reason to I October 17 reporting date. He has the right to
meets- at 7 p.Tuesday, Sept.27, in time since he was willing to seek help. .As a federal convicted felon there was preclude the sentencing and as difficult as it appeal within ten days. .
City Hall. An administrative law judge with the U.S. no withholding adjudication and Hardy facesat was to have before him a member of the Hardy was caught up the Florida Department
Starke Zoning Board meets at 7 Coast Guard, Judge Michael''Hamrahn, told least three years suspension by the Florida Florida Bar an officer of the court and a man of Law Enforcement investigation Into
p-m,:Thursday,Sept.29..in City Hall. of the problem of substance abuse among at- Bar Association. with a degree of public accountability, he illegal drug activity in Bradford County ia
torneys. Judge Hamrahn who now serves as During arguments,Assistant U.S. Attorney could fine no reason for probation."I which 31 persons hav. ben conktad: .n
tW"W', ;'''1"V": '..."" .......,,:. ,. "'I. .,,t. r,,'T,,'V['rt srirtsnf; *' Charles Tr'iae&esrl, Hardy had shown do not find,probation would be any type federal court. -




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City Reaches' Agreement with Riverside 'Uniformby -. ', "

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Buster Rahn cleaning the water.Riverside's flcials met with Clerk Tucker and City their waste water, setting the stage')' !
BCT Staff Writer Manager Bob Clayton Engineer Gary Sneddon in an attempt i i for a compromise.; 1 Thank'
City officials agreed to drop seemed surprised when told of the to reach an agreement on a In talking about the compromise I ""
penalties against Riverside Uniform council's action, saying that the city complex problem. :with Riverside Tucker emphasized<:
Rentals providing water discharged had not contacted him in reference. Tucker said the city was preparedto that the city's only interest lain getting You
from the laundry continues to meet to the quality of the water being bill Riverside more than $15.000 the problem resolved not to
current quality''control instituted: discharged by the firm.. for water discharged prior to July drive Riverside from the community ,
recently by the firm. ........ Clayton said Riverside had recently 21, but delayed the billing, pending BradfordCounty
completed a $140,000 water treatment .an August 25 meeting.In Tucker said if Riverside continues
In a July meeting Starke city renovation,and he understood to discharge water that meets city '
commissioner threatened to bill the system was functioning proper- i the meantime; and prior to' ,I requirements the penalty will not be
Riverside Uniform Rental $272 per Jy- August 25, Riverside officials were ..billed.'Riverside. k
day; for dumping contaminatedwater advised that a "marked improvement' uses 25,000 gallons of of
into the city ewer system. The city council did not agree with in the quality of water being ''water per day in its operation of for your support
The charge was based on figures Clayton's assessment and proceeded discharged must be made,otherwisethe laundering uniforms. Carl Hurst In the
prepared by the city's engineering with its announced plan to bill the penalty would be assessed. Commissioner Charles Schaefer Bradford County Tax
firm, Bessent, Hammack and company. According to Clerk Tucker, Rivers in charge of city utilities ; ,
Ruckman, that stated the amount However, before the billing was side made satisfactory reductions in represented the city commission in Collector Office
represented the' cost to the city for actually processed: Riverside I of- oil and grease being! discharged in .the meeting with Riverside officials. election.d .
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. 'County Approves Crosley Rezoning Request '. pol adv .
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by Buster Rahn' missloriers at their regular meeting, Inc.,andStarke Christian Education Morris Starling and Pete .: ..:- -.-.: --.-
BCT Staff Writer Wednesday September 21, at 7:30 Radio and Television Communication Schlosser opened the meeting for the
Gilbert Crosley, owner of Crosley p.m. sought approval to erect a radio record, tabled scheduled items and .
Corporation on US-301 south,received Wynn did not .attend the zoning tower on 10 acres adjacent to For- set a called meeting for Thursday ,'
a recommendation Tuesday, hearing. sythe Road, one mile south of September 8, at 7:30 p.m.
August 30, from the county zoning Starke. the special exceptions for an RV
board to approve his request to Special Exceptions... The zoning board found the request campground and a Christian radio 1 '
rezone 2.7 acres from Residential- 'The Zoning Board heard two to be in complince with regular tower will be heard at,the special ,'
Office (RO) to Industrial. special exceptions in its capacity to tions and sent it forward to the meeting.Members.
Crosley told the zoning board that examine requests for compliancewith Board of Adjustment. of both the zoning board
he intends to sell the parcel to zoning regulations. The zoning and the board of adjustment are
Wayne Wynn for a site to manufac-' board does not rule on special exception Board of Adjustment...' volunteer citizens serving withoutcompensation .
ture special road testing equipment. requests, but may make recommendations With only two of five members for their time or "PUTS SAVINGS ON THE LINE"Summer '
Wynn is already assembling compo- to the Board of Adjustment present, the board of adjustmentcould travel expense. It is unusual for .
nent parts on trailers built by ,which usually meets followingthe not muster a quorum to consider .either board to fall ,to muster a '. ,K
Crosley Trailer Manufacturing Co., meeting of the zoning board. .. the two requests.. quorum. <,1 '. "
but plans to build the Complete unit, \,
including trailers, when the facilityis Earl R. Kraft... t' ,
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completed.In Earl Kraft told the zoning board 1
the meantime,Wynn U workingin '
that be is to construct '
planning an Tank Installation
the basement beneath the
Crosley Corporation office building.The RV campground ,on 11 acres'' on "l. ,. ( ,,,, .
US-301) some 3 miles. north of SPECIALS $, <'
parcel being rezoned is adja- :" "
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cent to the Crosley office on the east Lawtey. '' .. ,...,I\,\' ,'
Director Darrell O'Neal AS LOW' AS
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side of US-301, a separate business Zoning .1.: ;.'', .
advised board that the "
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entity Manufacturing from Co.Crosley, which is Trailer owned been "properly posted propertyhas and I f ., ,I. ;r $46'50 ,J"i.;;". : '. '.;'
advertised/r ','
by Mark Mullins, operating under a '
The board found no conflict in the : '
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.franchise agreementCrosley said Wynn will, build request;'automatically sending it to U r __ Includes tank Installation t ;
the Board of for its Ij ;
Adjustment con
''about twelve units a year with sellIng sideration.- (up to 30' of material)
; prices beginning at. ,\$125,000 : 1500 Sq. Feet I' .
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Tank full of
each.: Lamp of;Jesus.. ., I gas '. j
The recommendation will be con-; Florida Prefab Building ; .. No tank rental until 1089 'J !'
sidered bv the board of county com- ..An,organization( Lampof.Jesus, Light Industrial
Zoning
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Tennis Busy Starke .1. .
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Instruction NEED A RIDE, For Details 'Call 964-763O i I

Staik Private or Lessons Keystone FOR A BRADFORD' PROPERTIES & ,'.' '1 I

'$10 per how OR PRISONVISIT INVESTMENTS INC. Suburban 2380 SW Arehr Road

Loam with a Friend ? Propane eaiiwvni. n'
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For$5 each. 'SUZANNE KITCHENSLIC. Call Toll-Free
Call Mark at I'I
473-4390 or 964-6305 Call REAL ESTATE BROKER .. I' -Quantum _1-800-330-89981KEI"PRbVENU
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,Current Students Include 964-6864 ..- j \, .. -Jfca
members of KHHS High --- -- .

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:.LEADER SHI ,ri
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BUDGET ,SUMMARY; :,
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TOWN OF LAWTEY-FISCAL YEAR 1988-89

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'THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET.EXPEDITURES




OF... THE -TOWN'OF LAWTEY ARE 20% MORE .THAN ) j!I


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:LAST YEAR'S'
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GENERAL FUND..... Dolph E. Reddish




'S CASH BALANCES BROUGHT FORWARD.. $. : ,20,342.48: THE RECORD SPEAKS FOR ITSELF: '
ESTIMATED REVENUES
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TAXES : \"iJi'I'I', ': ', .) ,, 1' ; 74,928.68 '
LICENSES AND PERMITS ',''jtl''I{,'.'/p'l'"i'' !' ',i II'\ ',\.";]" / '" ,,";",.,;..).,'.{I, 5.250.98INTERGOVERNMENTAL 16.years as Sheriff of Bradford County with a PROVEN unblemished record.. '

REVENUE. ":::1"" ,.i', .'":'I\\\\ },',?!':.I",.', r 1'-' ...," ,. ,.. 50.864.OO -
CHARGES FOR SERVICES ,," ', ',,,,"' "." 19845.23
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i,FINES AND FORFEITURES .' ,; :,'i\A:; ,<';\:';"' l', :. :', 76794.12 16 years experience of building and supervising of a PROVEN competent

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE ,.,.' ." '!,",1N'ji." \ ,\ '',Ir''; .0"! :"" ,,.: 2.5.78321 ;staff of deputies and support personnel. '
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Total Revenues and'I.\ Ilti; : : :
OtherFtnandngSources ,,;,.1+ *J.\ :'- '253.466.22
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Total Estimated Revenues '; ;yrY ; ,; : > '
and Balances ', .;, ;!ij?(! e:;.!..;::,'; '," ',, .I', '.273.AOR70 conservative. I sf

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1 : ,, .'>':':i'le,:; ,..i/n: ,;...: ,'.. '.'" in the
1 16 PROVEN for
;1. "'" '. years experience programs welfare and
EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES; I ';'i ,}\\'I.I': :."i ,:'{ .. ,.. ." safety .
i;'. ''i".r'I,,;,;;. r"'/,',; I" ';. ':' '.', of our chil ren,.young people and families (Safety and Drug programsin
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GENERAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES U 51913.63
; "''JjV.\) \'\'I.J"1''{ ; schools children fingerprint IDetc..)
PUBLIC SAFETY ," \\0 J (;:ffw,,t\.r.\0.:\ ,J' 99946.61 ,
PHYSICAL' ENVIRONMENT I I, ,:;'y,',, !'J0.\, \,<,,;,,,','1': ,, "' '8556.37,
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TRANSPORTATION .':''::'((r7-i}) Nf) U','/:':."' ..,'. ". 36.949.65* 16+ years PROVEN experience In solving crimes of' nature
RECREATION. .-.' 1. :::", ':,';)1"', 'K' 4.500.0O. every ,..

TRANSFER TO WATER FUND I', ., ....,:..ik8'j\-;:',\,';;.,:>..,; ,.',. ,'.' 48.248.90 arson, burglary, theft assault robbery. rape,'murder.
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Reserves, '. 23.693.54273.808.7O' *. ..16 years 'experience of a PROVEN harmonious working relationship

Total Reserves Appropriated Expendituresand ., with other law enforcement agencies, the State Attorney's Office,

the court.system. and the elected officials of our County., ,

NOTICE OF TAX INCREASE

THE TOWN OF LAWTEY HAS TENTATIVELY ADOPTED A MEASURE'TO 16'years' experience In PROVEN concern In serving you, the Fine

INCREASE ITS PROPERTY; TAX LEVY: BY:; .PERCENT.. Citizens of Bradford County; as your chief law enforcement officer ; ;'.,

1 ALL CONCERNED CITIZENS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND'A PUBLIC

HEARING ON THE TAX INCREASE TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER" 20, 1988 AT 7:00P.M. AT TOWN. HALL LAWTEY '"THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE. t jlj-'

FLORIDA. KEEP DOLPH REDDISH SHERIFF

A FINAL DECISION ON THE PROPOSED TAX INCREASE AND THE
BUDGET WILL BE MADE AT THIS HEARING. I Vote on October 4. i
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Helping Hands...

TbeM fbrOgfaten. went wart to help ta the r-rp..181tt.IoJt set the record straight and dispel two
w. ysIng... w-c-..
fVww- Mt to right Jb> Kramer,Tta Aa. nee aiU Stow RIpley..
political rumors which have recently


Local Firefighters surfaced '
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Help Out Westy 1)) vital Mosquito Control, is 'currently. ,'in effect.' ln'd"j!, .Will I ,continue' t to support' ,this:

program. ,, I

*, Three of four Bradford County Florida Division of Forestry have 2)) There are ''no plans to raise the tax, ,
men, all members of the Division Of volunteered for western duty, and garbage' ;,, Infact;: this issue has not
Forestry work force, who have been more will probably be sent if conditions even been.'discl.Jsedby.the Board however '
assigned to fire suppression duties in continue hot and dry in the ,,1 J'will I vote against any
the west, returned home Wednesday .- west. Tours of duty are for two proposal 'raise this tax. .
September 14, after about two week at a time, so replacementsare '
weeks on the firelines in Montana continually being sent. Ranger '
and Wyoming.. Wayne' Pearce, Bradford County Keep '
County Forest Supervisor 'Tim work unit, saps, "I'm all packed and !. Integrity Working For You Vote MAXIE 'CARTER JR. '
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Hannon and Rangers Steve Ripley ready to go.
\ and Jim Kramer arrived back at the .-....-..-
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( Y, near New River about 130pm.
after about a 30 i hour trip from the, Make
.:" { firelines in Yellowstone Park, via your phone work harder
Idaho Falls, Salt Lake City, Dallas, ;
Fort Worth and Tallahassee. '

County Forester Dave' Norton, with a Centel
'who left a couple days after the first Custom Calling Package.
crew, has not returned as yet, but. ,
should be back before the weekend.'We .
+ were fighting fires In a total ,I.?,
blizzard Monday, said Forest It all starts with'Touch-Call. fastest way to dial"is also, t.

Ranger 14 degrees Steve with Ripley.the"It blowing was down'to wind' reour'fastest connection to many convenience,options.,Touch-Call", ,,",, ',, ..;:, ".,:: I '! < '. ..'', "' ,: ". ,' ,
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fire, in Montana on, near Bozeman, I. ; .. :; ':." .":,::>, t, I' .::'i .' : ,:, ." ., ', ., :" : :a.x. .
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Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming," to j just one or two digits. Makes calling faster, easier and it's 'i'\'jwkfk, '' ,r: '

Hannon said. At one time or another' 'extra helpful in an emergency. A, handy tool in your home phone; package:;?('!> At'' lfft; '1'J' 1\\
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it aqd let it get plat tnJ>X Ji3i<(OA3 4 !M 4'.. Y.MM .'f ,.. .. ... 't"i. ..,., :,! i',. ., .'> ". I ,;';'..rJ' ,
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it was raining fire all around us." Jo'J J ':, I ,:; i'',' t.(7i'i( \
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17 hours a day,and were given paper .,.. Waiting lets you knew when.a call coming in,:. : : '
i sleeping bags for what little rest was ,;:.. ''h"J then allows you to put your first call on hold while you '
j available. 1(, to switch to the incoming call.:A real convenience for an \ ,
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Monday, September 19, 8:00 p.m. as \ '"..':\
.the final public hearing to ammend ,.
and adopt the budget for; the fiscal. : /

year.This 1968-89.action was taken. at 'a, first ,Three-Way Calling does away with double-talk.

''public hearing, Thursday.' Save yourself time from having to make separate calls. 'r .CENfELWhere
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September 8, when millage was
Get three '
people the line 4 ,
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,[ roll back rate of 7.783 at once! A convenient J of'
from the 7.903 last year. The roil( package addition for turning two calls into one. + o
I back rate is the figure needed to produce -: .
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homeowner ,will see a slight ;
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y i I reduced millage..This change In tax 1 amount was shown on preliminary'
i tax notices mailed from the ap-j !' JWl;
:pralser's office to each 'property!
,owner last spring. ." >
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\additions, will or reassessment taxes be Increased adjustments .' With Call Forwarding} your calls can always find "i '

'lover. last year.Property ., you. It's so easy to switch your calls another number'
values this year have increased :, that you'll never be housebound waiting for that important + .
: approximately IS million, to ,
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$317 ntfUaa.up from last year's*2oa)
!million, according to property apipralaerJbaayAJvares. -

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Bank Restoration Enhances Downtown,

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The building has been purchased by the reputation for giving'square deal' In the
The second most prominent ,
hF historically and architecturally In building the Call C.R. Smith, Jr., CPA firm of Gainesvillefor financial circles of this section.
relocation of its Starke office which
Street Historic District is undergoing a
complete restoration designed to restore it has been at 405 W.Georgia St, for the past Grand Opening ,

to its original state as one of the finest 2V,years. "On Saturday, July 4,' the doors of the
structures in North Central Florida, bank will open to visitors from 10 a.m..to
Complete Restoration i 12 noon. On that date, a large number of
Located in the ""Heart of Starke'; It is Job E. White, manager of the Starke office citizens are expected to visit Starke from
the old Bradford County Bank (later the said "We have admired the buildingever every section of the country.
Florida Bank at Starke), located at the office
since the Starke branch
we opened
of the bank N.T. Ritch,,
southeast corner of Call and Walnut Streta. "Officers are:
almost three The Smith
It is ranked second only in prestige to the firm is aiming for a compete restoration president W.T Weeks, vice president;
1902 Bradford County Courthouse also in J.H. Ritch, cashier; and S.L. Peek, bookkeeper -
returning the building, as nearly as possi-
listed .
the Call street District which is in ble, to the beauty and dignity It presented
.the. National Register of Historiq, places. "when first opened to the public In July, '"Directors are: N.T, Ritch W.T.Weeks
1914. 'We believe it will be a great asset to A.V. Long H.C. Richard, and O... Griffin.
Workmen started this week on the take this of extending to each
means
the historic Call Street District, and we They
restoration of the building which Is expected look forward to participating in the and every one a most cordial invitation to
to be completed In December.The downtown revitalization that has been so come in and inspect the most beautiful,
most striking feature of the building is its successfully carried out," White said. modern and sanitary building in the coun-
front "portico" consisting of four "
monumental concrete columns with ionic Contractors for the restoration work are ty.

capitals, enriched with "egg and dart" the Atlantic Designing and ConstructionCo. Architect Famous
molding. ., formerly of New York, where they
Wilbur B.
The building was designed by
were experienced in restoration work.The
First Bank in 1888 company la now located in Gainesville. Talley of Jacksonville, one of the leading
.. architects of his time and one of the
.......' I The first mention a bank in Starke was History of BankAt -founders of the Florida Institute of Ar

an annnouncement in the "Starke the time of the bank's moving Into its chitects.
Pictured at the ,"closing" of purchase of the old Florida Bank Building on Call Street .uMr r Telegraph" of Aug. V, 1881 that a group of neW building In 1914, the Telegraph printed i A1985 survey of the historic buildings on
,:and Mrs. C.R. Smith Jr., of Gainesville, purchasers of the property and (standing, local businessmen had agreed "to start a the following brief history; Call Street contained this comment on the
'from left, Doug Smith of the Gainesville office of the accounting firm; lnb E. White, general banking business here as soon as prominent building: "Given its quality of
manager of the Starke office,and attorney Richard Welty, The bank building was purchased possible with a capital stock of $50,000" "The Bradford County Bank was design and materials and its associationwith
from Charney Williams of Starke. Members of the group were J.M. Trudy. established in 1889 by Messrs. Sadler & I I one of the leading architects in
Richard & Pace, J.G. Alvarez W.E. Hackett. At that time it was a private institution Florida, the Bradford County Bank

Davis, J.L, Gaskins, W.H. Rivers, G.W., organized with a capital of Building is one of the outstanding landmarks ,
EDITORIAL' Livingston, N.J,Jones, J.M. Johns '"and '$25,000. In 1894 Mr Nelson T. Ritch, the, of Call Street. Talley also designedthe
others". present president, purchased a half in- 1913' brick high school building in
terest,and in 1897 bought the balance.In Starke, as well as numerous churches in

'In May, 1888, The Telegraph announcedthat 1894 the bank had deposits of $14,000, Jacksonville St.Augustine,Lakeland, and
"the new bank building is up one story and deposits for fiscal year 1914 were Tampa, and also major governmentalstructures
< MacKayShort'' : on Funding and will soon be ready for money $195,000,an increase of about 1,392 percentin such as the Palm Beach County
\ ':, ,deposits.1' This Is the building' at the 20 years. ,Courthouse, Duval County Courthouse Annex -
''', southeast corner of Call and Thompson and the Duval County Armory. His
"The Bradford Bank had been
: But Long ,on IntegrityFlorida Streets, now owned by Freeman Register located on the corner County'of Call and Thompson designs run the gamut of styles popular at
''III, and occupied by M.G.. McMillan the time, ranging from Romanesque and
1\\ Streets since it was founded in 1889.
retired land surveyor. Gothic Revival to Classical Revivalf
During this time it established an enviable
is one of few states-( be runoffs can act as powerful equalizers,

( often giving the underdog a chance to -
exactthat' have "runoff" primary' ,
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become the "It also provides ( ,
elections.' Runoffs have their:good and top dog. .. ,f, .
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bad, points. All but two of ,the runoff enemies of the well-known front runners ,.{,), ,,.'< i "," ,
the opportunity to strike a blow by ; '! ",', ;.
states are in the South. In most of these, ; _, Ij \ I''
if top man in a race gets less than 50 per- uniting behind the underdog, he says. ., \ \I''

cent of the vote (more than all his com, MacKay may' benefit from these

''petitors combined), he must run against equalizing factors in the'October 4 ,

the second place finisher in the second runoff with Gunter; In spite of being

:primary.. badly outclassed in campaign financing -

Runoff' elections are sometimes' MacKay,,with the endorsements of

tricky,, with ''the top 'man in the 'first Mica annd Frank, may increase his sup- '

primary not necessarily being high man port in the condominium world 'of a ,,, 1
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,when he has to compete in the runoff for ,South Florida and the megapolis worldof 't is? +

votes,that for his competitorsin Tampa Bay,where his long record of
primary outstanding public service in' ,,, y-r a
the first "' ry ., 'v zrry .
'Tallahassee Washington is not as '
I,That t is the situation now in the runoff well known 'as it is in North and West JJIIq I',' tWA' "-'t" -"'''--.

race between Insurance Commissioner Florida. I : r '
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Bill) Gunter and U.S. Rep. Buddy _. IJ I
MacKay, competing for the MacKay has had 'a''Very' productiveand
vacancy
left by the retirement of US,. Senator outstanding record as a, state_

Lawtoq the'Chiles. Representative representative in and Congress.also' as During a, U.S.his' "J I How to Murder a Good Lake i:1 I

In First Primary, Gunter'received twelve years in Tallahassee} he,,was

40' percent;) of the', Florida vote toMacKay's honored seven timesmore' than:any, Now that there is Increasing con- tion of fertilizers so do bodies of Some lakes have undergone the

27 percent., Since then, other, legislator- being selected as'. cern about the quality of water in water react in similar ways when process of nutrient enrichment
MacKay has received the endorsementof the most outstanding legislator., North Central Florida lakes ptoperty -.' fed additional doses .of,nutrients (eutrophicaUoaX'to the extent that

: ,;the third and fourth highest vote' Also in I owners are beginning td realize such as phosphate end nitrate..When," the lake is virtually killed for recrea-j,I. .
getters'' in the race; Senator Pat Frank Washington he has won bro- that many things contribute to this, this, occurs}' .mIcroscopic plants / area.afl'..,rt
ofTampa. and U.S. Rep Dan-Mica'of minence by espousing and providing ,declineeven such everyday thingsas known as algae are stimulated to A9opkain thegOrlando
leadership for tough measures often laundry detergent. grow at an increased rate, frequently Since laundry detergents are one
Lake Worth. Mica had 14 of the
percent against the wishes of the House leadership With volunteers now monitoring'the resulting In "blooms" that of the villains in this process, the
vote ana Frank received 12 percenta but which have resulted in reduc- increasing amount of pollution in sometimes make lake water appearas consumer can help prevent or slow
'combined total of.28 percent., this area lakes, the public will soon thick as pea soup. down over-fertilization by using
ing deficits in the national budget. He have up-to-date figures on just how These so-called "blooms" discolor brands that have the lowest levels of
:This is where the volatile uncertainties takes a statesman-like stance on issues, serious the' threat to lakes hasbecome. the water' and foul the lake with phosphates and nitrates.

of politics become a deciding factor based on what he considers to be right, organic matter that accumulates on A Canadian group of environmentalists -

George Hatch' of the Gainesville Sun's' rather than on their popularity. Even the wrong brand of laundry the bottom and decays. The decay advises that two to four'

capitol bureau points out that Bill Although his low-key approach to mat ,detergent may be a factor contributing -, water ing process, depleting uses up the oxygen supply from neededfor the tablespoons of washing soda, along

Gunter learned the hard way that First ters has prevented his' name from to this decline. This shows sustaining aquatic life, including with good soap clean powder wash or flakes without, will givea theharmfiil

Primary fights between party ,can-i, ,becoming a household word, like that of how the average citizen is closely fish. The result can be massive fish side effects of stronger
linked to his environment and how
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didates have kills that sometime follow an algae
can a damaging effect on more flamboyant members of Con- each property owner can help detergents. ,
results in the runoff. "Fallout from gress, he has won the high esteem of his' preserve the quality of lakes with bloom.As lake. waters become It takes a long time to kill a lake,
: over-
Gunter successful, but bitterly foughtdrive ( little but its death is inevitable unless
compatriots in Congress, as well as the very effort enriched the entire ecological
those who use it and its
to upset incumbent U.S Senator public at large, for the honesty, integri'ty Just as'farm' crops and {ornamental balance shifts and popular sportfish benefits do everything enjoy they can many to '
Richard Stone in the 1980.Democratic and thoughtful consideration ,with shrubbery respond to the applica are replaced by "rough fish" that protect it from over-fertilization by

'- r\lhoff w'as considered a key factor in,' ,which his decisions are made., can survive lower oxygen levels. detergents and faulty, septic tanks., ,
his $surprise general.election loss that I

year, to, Republican, Paula''.Hawkins."' For these reasons,. Buddy MacKay'could '.
Hatch well emerge' as the upperdog in; ,

says. 'stead of the underdog in the October. 4,
We :are also reminded by Hatch' that: runoff election.,We wish him well.
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. English Should':Remain Official' {U.S. Language 'in'Bradford County

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enough to sign them up. ''We must help'young
people of all ages discover the I 1z. ,
library, as a valuable source of information ''Too Old to Plant Trees?
citizen's grass, roots effort ,has tongue? To All Concerned '
A their lives.
throughout
I Not This Tree Farmer
About' 10 years ago Quebec a ', About Control:
'forced politicians to put a proposed pro- Mosquito We will cooperate with ALA by
vince of Canada, attempted to (Reprinted from"The American Tree
amendment on the ballot this designating September, 1988, as National
year
excuse for county-wide moss' '
What
withdraw and form ; poor March-April 88 by Debbie
officiar a separate nation ,Library Card Sign-Up Month. Mr. .
'which'' will, make the
English quito control! Years ago, the county had Osborne)
In residents
Quebec Lawrence
French Chairman
speak Mosley, of the Boardof
if'' the well under control., WHAT
voters
state language, pass while people in all other Canadian pro-' mosquitoes HAPPENED? County Commissioners, has signed Bay County Tree'Farmer' C.. O.: A11a'n'could '
measure. vinces speak English. Everything the' Bradford County's Proclamation.All be the oldest living Tree Farmer
Legislators, especially those with Canadian government prints must be Back tn'tl e early-to-mid 1970s :the children will be rewarded for involvement around. At 100 years of age, he attributes
large Spanish speaking constituencies, spraying program was a success.When we in the recruitment campaign his longevity and good health to the hard
refused to pass an act allowing the people duplicated French. 'American' saw the sprayer truck coming, we closedour The schools have been contacted. Special. work he has put into his land and its trees.'
travelers ,have difficulty in finding doors and windows because we knew programs have been planned.
of Florida to(vote on an aamend- destinations since road signs are in a that, it would put out enough mosquito. We want to let kids know that they and Charles Oran Allan, sometimes referred
ment to the, Constitution making'English choke mule! 'to as "Uncle Charlie" his
French. spray to a their library count in our community. The by family and
the official state language. foreign. language, For the past 12 (or more)' years, NO Best Gift You'll Ever Give...,A Library friends;moved to the Bay County area in
best the
However, a citizens grass roots effort At different language mosquito control outside the city limits 1 ,Card I: 1901, setting up the first post office in
divides the) people., At worst, people' Now all of a sudden, the sprayer truck is Sue Crum Director'' Allanton. "When we came here there was
gathered enough signatures on a peti
lose the common heritage of a common. back. That's great! IT'S ABOUT TIME! Bradford Public Library no Panama City"; he said. "But there
tion to place such amendment on were offices all the "
an, language. The only problem Isthe sprayer truck post along bay. Allan

the, November 8 ballot. bypassing the' Miami is ''rapidly becoming a bilingual -, ,goes by so fast,with so little spray comingout and his brothers worked there, carrying
mail. After spending time in the I
back-what's the ? The armed
Legislature's failure to act. the use guy may
from the city with some areas of the city .as well stay home and watch TV! BEA President ,., forces during World War I, he states he
Having a common language A 'Thanks Everyone "had had of the "
mail
becoming a Spanish speaking island. enough business *
The 'majority of Bradford County
Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian Border
For Forum
from the Atlantic Pacific Oceanis person speaking only English feels as residents live outside the city limitsout in Support{ Allan purchased"land to farm but endedup
to the ,
is in land if the most live and
he he where
though .a foreign woods mosquitoes planting trees instead. Then be
the bond that makes us' one nation. wanders into one of the enclaves. breed. It's so bad out here at Crosby Lake Editor, Telegraph: noticed he could pecan grow pines with little

Immigrants to our soil who refuse to In 1943 the 27th Air Base Group at, that you can't even walk out your front On behalf ''of the Bradford Education effort and started working about very 800 acres,

learn our language are saying, "I'm Venice Florida undertook .to train, a door to your car hundreds without getting of literally"attacked" ,Association I would like to thankthe planting sparse areas with seedlings he
less than 100 by mosquitoes. citizens and candidates who attended and from
a percent American. My ; dug up roadside dirt pits (which had
of Chinese soldiers for but
contingent We've been suffering this is ,
years
heart is elsewhere." participated in the recent candidate forum seeded naturally). Some of these first
Politicians who advocate bi- numbenng more than 1,200 men. the worst year yeti) jointly sponsored by the BEA and the transplants are still standing on his old
The group ,spoke'32 dialects, 'with Now I'read In The Telegraph that our Democratic .and Republican Executive home place in Allanton.
lingualism in the American society are some { men being unable to converse elected public officials are going to try to Committees held Thursday,' Sept. 1. I'm
trading statesmanship for:,expediency;, with other Chinese since spare 2,000-$3,000() this year for mosquito, especially grateful for the assistance: provided 'He'sold his first lumber in 1941 to 'al'
known as votes. anyone, even control. Will that be enough to cover the by their chairmen: Jewell Brown shipyard to be used as pilings to build its
The' United States has opened its they had come from remote provinces whole county Will that amount raise the (DEC, and Ben Holtzendorf (REC).,: facility., In 1949, Allan was The Mth Tree
in China. ? Or Farmer to be certified in Florida. Florida
quality of our mosquito spraying are (
to immigrants for 200 The forum offered citizens of Bradford
arms years, pro- The Chinese troops eventually'returned our elected officials just blowing smoke : joined the American Tree Farm System in
County to listen
an opportunity and ask
mising freedom of ,religion, freedom
1946.) He received the Governor's CornervAion -
from education and to China to fight the Communists Vickie, Kersey questions of candidates running for all Award in 1968 for his
oppression{ job opportunities dedication to
beyond wildest dreams. but they were poorly trainedfor Crosby Lake Bradford County offices,as well as the two the conservation of Florida's natural
lack of communication.You state house and state aena l.races.
From all over the world Europe Asia T* resources
,
it doesn't it can't We believe that forums
say matter, Library' Card through such as
Africa and other areas, people have Allan has owned and moth
happen here? Month these that Bradford County citizens can planted on as
''come to American shores, learned to Sign-Up become even better informed on the issues as 1,270 acres. He presently has 799 acre
speak English and have been Today it, Is Spanish; tomorrow it Dear Editor;? and candidates. For this reason, and the of certified tree farm land most of which

assimilated into the American society.; may be Swahili, Pidgin English or pig ,In'1988, the American Library Associa public support of this first effort the BEA he has handed down to his five survivtiM
,Latin Tomorrow it may be too late.. .tion launched a national to sign plans to continue to promote and sponsor children. Mr. Allan and his children IUD
Why should we accept Cubans, Mexicans Vote to make English the official up every child for a library card; ,this event., plant trees on the land and Allan states"I
and Haitians into our society plan to be around a while ... .
state U far w
and confound the
language Bradford. Public Library
The County
to continue in native George Bowen other reason than to take can fjr
them
and allow a pfaf'ag.4A
politicans on November 8. knows that we need to do more. It's not, President BEA trees" !

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September IS, IBHtt T"U';(.H.-\t'li .'ili\; \
Lawson-Collins Married
Parent Support Groups Being Set Up

In Candlelight/ // .
Ceremony 'The Bradford County Parent Mat 13-Positive Parenting
Education Committee announcesthe May 8-Say No to Drugs by Carolyn
Miss Lisa 'Marie Lawson; tired in a burgundy floor.lengthgown first in its 1988-89 series of pro-*' Spooner.
for inser-
grams. These qualify
of Mr. & with 'puffy sleeves annd a programs
daughter Mrs.
David E. neckline. She carried white On Monday,Sept.19 from 7-9 pm.,. vice credits for thus organizations
Lawson a
of Starke and
Rex Donavan scoop '
'Susan Ph.D. will and 12 Iit&ervice
Duwa present requiring, Points'
Collins, of Mrs. Zedra wicker basket filled with pink and
Collins
son of
silk 'Parent to Parent" (helping to will be given for teachers attending 6
flowers and
Lake and burgundy babys
the late Clinton
Crystal
establish parent support groups),at of the programs1.Bring .
.
Collins .breath with pink satin streamers.Mrs.
united
were in marriage Fri
served the Starke Elementary Cafetorlum.Open a friend and attend this,
Perry Bryan as
Performing 7 p m. matron of honor attired in a pink and to the public, there is no ad series of programs which will surely
the candlelight burgundy floor length gown with a mission charge for these programs benefit the family life. for those at
at Madison St '
ceremony Baptist southern which are helpful and Interesting to tending.
Church was Rev. Henry L. MelOn belle skirt and off the those attending.Future .
shoulder neckline. She carried
ney. Nuptial music was provided by s
(which will all
programs
flowers similar to the 'maid of
Mrs. Edward Ripplinger,. organist w be held at the Starke Elementary
Mrs. Andy Jordan, pianist, and honor's. Other attendants, similarly Cafetorium on ,Mondays from 7-9 Single Parents ClassAt
flutist Bianca ,Simpson. Vocalists, 'attired, were Mrs. Dan Hildebran ,
will be SFCC Oct.
p m ) : In
sister of the bride, and Mrs. Wayne
were Mrs. Hubert Owens and Rev.* ,
-Nov 14-Creative Perspective
on.
Groves of the bride. Junior
Mrs. Eddie Blalock. aunt Single parents or homemakers
Given in marriage by her father, bridesmaid was Sarah Groves, .thebride's ,JoAnn Communication Scaturre. ,M.presented S.W, (Childrenare by program at Santa Fe Community
the bride chose a satin chapel length cousin. invited to this ,) College is offering a class from Oct.
gown with a scallopped neckline. Steve Collins, brother of the Jan, 9-Parenting program. Your 3-14 from It a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday
The overskirt was of English net, groom was best man. Ushers were 'Past,. presented by Dr.Beyong; Trish Bigger through Friday to assist single
Woody Manning Gordan Zanner, and homemakers who
lavishly decorated with sniffli embroidery : parents are
and simulated pearls. Her and Sonny Lawson, uncle of the Feb.* Your Child residents of Alachua or Bradford
veil of sheer illusion was edged with bride.Jeffery Nettles,nephew of the School.13-Helping in ,County and wish to change careersor
simulated pearls and embroidery, groom,was junior usher. re-enter the workforce.The .
falling from a pearl tiara. Her Hilary Hildebran, the bride's class provides vocational and
jewelry was a gold cross necklace niece,was flower girl and was dress- Faircloth Reunion career assessment employability
with a diamond inset which was ed in a floor-length white taffeta skills Job counseling!! and personal
from her grandmother's wedding gown adorned with simulated pearl Bigger Than Ever' growth skills. The class is free but
rings,.the late Sarah Lawson. She beading.She carried a satin covered The Faircloth family celebrated registration is required. Call Andrea
also wore gold nugget earrings, a basket filled with rose petals from their 17th yearly reunion at Fernan- Ashley,395-5393 for further informa
gift from the groom. her great grandmother birthday '. dina Beach with nearly 70 relatives tion.
The bride carried a cascade of silk bouquet. Joshua David McKinneywas ,attending this year
gardenias ivy, sprengeri and baby ring bearer. The week-long stay ended Sept. 4 .
carnations with strings of pearls and Mrs. Lonnie Broome directed the with the traditional dinner. Jean Andrew Johnson I was the only e.Pre.ldent .-
streamers of pink' and. burgundysatin wedding and Mrs. Hilton Coleman ,Daniels of Lawtey attended this to be .elected to''the
ribbon. Jr., kept the bride's book. .
event along with brothers '
many United States Senate
Tricia Kay'Lawson sister' of the The reception was held in the !Sisters .nephews nieces andcousins.
bride served as maid of honor at- fellowship hall of the church where .
Mrs. Gary Hildebran and Mr. Dan
Hildebran greeted guests. The '
PHOTOGRAPHY'By reception hall was decorated with ; I Ain't.1t Nifty?'
palms and balloons against a white
Cathy Wooley lattice backdrop decorated with At J IMr ALLAN'S '"50" 1 U!
964-4151 + 964-6066' fern.
The heart strings bridal cake, topped Happy' Birthday, AR.A
Weddings; Engagements
by a crystal and ceramic bride ,and Mrs.Rex tollingFloor *
AnniversariesCall and groom,centered'with a fountainof From:The Po Folks
for Free Consultation burgundy was served by Ms.
Hazel Hall and Mrs. Lee Cogdill,
(( aunts of the bride,and Mrs;Tommy hostesses' were Mrs. Ruby
Starke VFW Post Miller. Howell,Mrs Bob Mathews,Mrs;Er-
Installation Sept 22 The ,double heart-shaped vm Andrews, Mrs. Winfred Tomlin-
chocolate groom's cake,topped witha son, Mrs. Oren Derkman Mrs. !
The institution of the, Bradford ceramic groom carrying his bride, Charles Blalock,and Mrs Cliff Gnf- Thanks
County Memorial VFW Post 1016 was served by Mrs. Kevin Dugger
annd the Installation of its elected officers Ms. Marlane Nettles and Mrs. fis.The bride Is a graduate of Brad f' '
will be held Sept.22,beginning Robert Stuka. sisters of the groom, ford High and Sanfe Fe Community Thanks !
at: 7 p.m. in the Woman's Club of and Mrs.Steve Collins College. The groom is a graduate of
Starke.All Punch was served by Mrs. Henry Bradford High and Is employed by "
veterans and the public are invited -,, Lawson,aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Profesjonal Remodeling,Construction ,- Thanks !
, to attend these ceremonies.We Scott'Taylor,. Mrs. Guy Dyal,.Jr. Co. of Atlanta Ga. '
also invite all eligible veterans to ''and Mrs Mark Barber. Following a wedding trip to North
join and help us BratdfordbCounty/ The gift table was hosted by Ms.) Carolina, the couple. will. reside,. in
gramms in. the, .Michelle Hall and Ms..Kim Cogdill. Suwannee, Ga.' '
area.. '
Our first coal wag the VFW' National ,52.50/0
Scholarship l Program, sponsored ,
by the VFW and its Ladies ,
Auxiliary at Bradford High School. Perm Special .
''This has been completed! and we all I u _
hope for a winner from Bradford. ,fMtA Tat Xing Stuff
Hight '9.pw *0.00' /1<10- $40.00 of the Voters from District,3 wants a. County .

Rehearsal Coli Ins-Lawson Dinner far tfu wtttoftpt.If-21. you mutt pram tAa coupon u nutty your diuoust Commissioner change! 'You will have' that, final'

The families of Rex Collins and opportunity October 41\ .
r Lisa Lawson hosted a covered dish :Kett y$' .fIrim Tifozefat To the LawrencQ Griffis: Lawrence
dinner' following their' wedding ..."l..09O..u.. ,,,,,.,; : ( supporters
j I rehearSal In" the' fellowship'ha: V "of.i I" ... ",'j I;.".It.":, _.. .... So6rHjOtq'Arp .Sta+ and I have the '
Madison St.;'Baptist Church. both: same type, grassrootssupporters.
The U-shaped tables were coveredin .-_ I, '
I ask for your'support'and
pink and burgundy cloths, now humbly

in centered ceramic with baskets floral and arrangements miniature cannot. win without it 'Together, we can make some'

wicker baskets filled with tiny silk all of to
flowers. I changesthat us want see.

The bride and groom presentedtheir

dinner attendants, with a gift following 1r" 12 It's ,Time For Bryan


s 1 V 3 Elect Ralph Bryan

gicurSept. & & 9btiwttn Co Commissioner, District 3
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964-7O98 or 964-6792J ,LIC. REAL ESTATE BROKER

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'Vote For and '
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,. Elect In:support'of Dolph Reddish, ,Sheriff Bradford County.

r' There will be.n.o} charge for the meal.

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,. The Sheriff will be at each one of these to discuss matters of

)': Mitchell mutual interest?such as: the Jail problems, additional '

personnel the drug'problem, taxes 'and.24'hour police protection ,

'YotiwiII be,given an opportunity to /ask,questions
kr BROWN: and your questions"will be; answered. You will be,:able to,talk

t eyeball, to, eyeball with him about,'what,you'think are the ,. .

.important issues of this election.,
Co. Comm. District 1

Please:look at the .following list of dates, locations. and times. ,

I want to thank everyone that,voted for me In'the First Primary. I and plan to attend one or more of these. : dinners. Bring ,

'. .will forever.be grateful' I'm asking you to please go back to the someone.wilhyou.

polls October 4th and do It again. .

To'my supporters that dldn vote last time please rememberme

on the 4th of October and go to the polls and cast your. vote List' of Locations and ,Dates- I.

'for me.. Let's hope for better weather. '
I would like to congradulate Herman Johnson for the Sept. 15: Sept. 16:,, Sept.'17: Sept. 17; Sept. 22: Sept. 23:
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and his race.: I humbly solIcithis 6:30pm 6:30pm'Pleasant NOON 6:3Opm 6:3Opm 6:3Opm n
honorable way he campaigned ran lawtey Hellbron Brooker Theressa ,Reno
vote and support. To his supporters I would be very thankful for ,Kelly's Grove Springs At School

their vote and support In the Second Primary. I promise I'll never f .

give any of you a reason to regret l It. I assure.you, I'll\ represent Sept. 24: Sept. 24: Sept. 29; Sept.-3O: Oct. 1: Oct 1:
everyone In a fair and Impartial manner. NOON 6:3Opm 6:3Opm 6:3Opm NOON 6:3Opm ,
8peedvllle Seminole 'Hampton Presbyterian Lawtey Starke
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Ridge Church Fire
Thank You. I Midway' Station .

Mitchell Brown. Vote on October 4. ......,to b.(._...:tin,to Mr r Klrrt'ld ivmn BhCT1TI.1 AwrlMmml.h'*'HrrfiH.h;


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Hllltes The record for the most gold medal for Olympic swimming la held by,
*
Lavvfey Hampton a American Mark Spitx. He won e record seven In 1972 as well e. two In ,'
1968 and of these, eight were won In record time. He also l holds e silver
School News By Dolores Meng Phone fU-itlS' end a bronze from 1968.SPRINGFRESH.

Lawtey Community School had a Congratulations... "
very smooth opening, according to James Curtis son of Mr. & Mrs. Ted Curtis of Hampton annd Christy '
School Principal Buddy Peterson,' Nipper,daughter of Mr.&Mrs.Richard Nipper of Brooker,were united in WATER
With the addition'of,eighth grade marriage Friday, Sept. 9 at 8 p.m., at the Hampton Baptist Church. Rev
there are several new programs and Donald Lott conducted the service. MACCLENNY
teachers. Johnny Williamson served as best man and Denise Curtis was maid of
Mrs. O'Brian Is teaching art, Mrs. B honor. Following a trip to Disney World the young couple will reside in

Kelly Flynn is is teaching teaching Social Science Studies, Mrs.and Hampton. I[SERVICE OF ALL MAKES|

there are two new Physical Education Monty Glisson Marries Filters
Teachers, Mr Teller and Mrs. Kathy Tomascheski '. Water Conditioners : Iron

Ward, Other new teachers in, the On Saturday, Sept.'10 at 2:30: p.m., Monty Glisson, son of Mr. & Mrs. Filtration Systems Sulphur Filters
school Mrs. Buxton in the
are
Everett Glisson, was united in marriage to Kathy Tomascheski, daughterof
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seconnd grade, and Mrs. Norman in Mr. John Tomascheski California and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of .' Chemical Feed Pumps
the ESE Program.The Oklahoma.The '
Lawtey Marching Band has ceremony took place at the Hampton'City Hall, with Rev. Donald ., Softener Salt '
already began practicing with a new. Rev.Frank StarlingFvaQgellsf Lott presiding. Best man was Dale Bradley; Ginny Bradley served as
Band also Director teaching Mrs.music.Burdette She plans, whois to bridesmaid. The newlyweds will reside in Hampton. '40 Lb. Bag. 80 Lb.,Bag

start chorus for the school next six, Starling Family Reunion... $3.75 $6.75"Is
oj weeks.
Mrs. Burdette is asking for

,donations for of new band uniforms.instruments For their and To Speak' SundayAt Labor Mrs.Day Louise at Hart Mattheus Springs.attended She was the'accompanied Mattheus by Family her son Reunion,Glenn Mat-held Your Water Safe",(for Free Water Test))

first money uniform fund-raiser there will ': theus of Folkston,her daughter and son-in-law,Marcus and Cecile Lanier, Call 259-7989 Toll Free 1-80&9624155) Financing Available.
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Pine Level/ '
be band dance and grandchildren Scott and Pam Wilson and children of West Palm '
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a on Friday
Sept. Beach, also Cindy Lanier of Montgomery, Ala. Relatives attended from. .
for grades 18. If you would like to
a band member Evangelist Frank Starling of Tampa,'Lakeland, Orlando and High Springs.
please contact
sponsor Mrs. Burdette or Mr Patersonat Panama City will be guest speakerfor Ralph and Betty Jo Langford of Fernandina Beach spent several days .
school. both morning and evening ser last week with their sons'' Randy annd Bob Langford and family.
Lawtey Community School is proud vices at Pine Level Baptist Church Mrs Judy Johnson of' Carlisle, Pa., spent two days recently with, Mrs. Northside Baptist ChurchCorner
this Sunday, Sept 18. ,Bette Smith.
to help UCAP host an Awareness
SR 16 & 225 Starke e 964-7124
Rev. Starling was born and raisedin
pay on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 2-7
Condolence...
p.m. Chicken dinner tickets are on Bradford County and Is a
sale in the school office for$3.Plentyof graduate of Bradford High School. Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Mrs.. Amy Presents
activities are planned. Please lie is the son of Doris Starling and Williams Cone and Mr. Cone who died Aug. 30. '
plan to attend. the late Joe S. Starling. His wife 'Evangelist 'Mike Bebout & Family
Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Underhill are Sue- is also from the Starke area andis New P. O. Hours...
in Charge of the Lawtey Student the daughter of Mr, & Mrs. The Hampton Post Office will be open Monday thru Friday from 8:30: until
Government elections this year. The .Woodrow Thomas. 12 noon and 1-4:45: p.m.Saturday hours are now from 8:15: until 12 noon.
''President will be elected from the Rev. Starling received his degree I {
eighth grade; Vice-President from from North Texas Christian College, Hampton Elementary SundayAM&PM
the seventh grade Secretary and and began his ministry in 1972. He Scout Roundup...
Treasurer will be elected from sixth has served' as ,Associate Pastor of Registration for Girl and Boy Scouts will take place at the school tonight
New York Ave. Church in
and seventh grade. Two senators Baptist (Thurs., 9/15) at 7 p.m, Girls from Kindergarten through 6 grades are
Arlington Texas, and as Pastor of
will represent each grade level in welcome to join. Boys from 1-6 grades are also encouraged to become
Fellowship Baptist Church in Mon. &
the school. Primary Elections will Scouts. ,
be held Oct. 4 and general electionswill Panama City. He entered the field of

take place on Nov. 8. has evangelism ministered about two in years churches ago and in PTO Meeting... Tues.

several/ states since that time. On Tuesday night,Sept. 20 at 7 p.m."the first PTO meeting of this school '
Jr. Women's Club Pastor Roman Alvarez and all the term will be held at school. Among important issues to be considered is the 7P1M '
folks at Pine Level extend an invita' Annual Halloween Carnival tentatively scheduled for Oct, 28, i
Seeking New Members tion to all to hear Rev, Starling this .. : Nursery Provided
Ladiesbecome an active Sunday. Bible Study begins at 10 Early Release...'
I member of your' community I The am. followed by morning worthip' Wednesday, Sept:21 children will leave school at 1 p.m. t
,Junior Women's Club of Starke, including at 11 a.m. and Sunday evening ser' Sept.. Birthdays.., l ''Ev.angeWi.'Mik Bebout
the areas of Kingsley Lake, vices at 630 'p.m. The church is Sept. 1-E.W. Hodges, Andy Hall; 3-Michael" Landon; 5-Naeml Aviles,
Hampton,Brooker and Lawtey, is located 3Mi miles West of Starke on Daniel Davis, Tanya Nichols, Leslie Brown; 6-Kristy Lee, Paul Jones
looking for young women ages 18-40 Hwy: 100 West:, Miranda Varnum Randee Varnum; 7-Chrlstina Crawford; ftWennifer :What About The Bebout?
who are interested in supporting and Glenn, Christopher Gibbs; 9-Steven Feezell; H..Amanda Meng; Mite and Kathy Bebout met 15 yean ago at a summer clock dinner theater
building toward the best interests of 12-Edward Baker; 13-Shaun Muse,'Nikki Baker; '14-Mlndy LeBlanc; and make at ,
,i In Kentucky. It was their,goal; aspiration to a tiring,; professional
this community 15-Enk Scogins Joseph McArdle, Chris Truett, David Bridges;'16-Keir dramatics. They traveled the circuit performing,;in theatre across America.,
'An open invitation is extended to Ford, Randall Rhoden, Dustin Dunlap, Melissa,Salvatore,. Verna.Weir;
A fatal automobile accident,the loss of a child,and other personal
'attend the next meeting as a gueston 17-Hannah Ford.
Monday; Oct. 10, 7 p.m., at the tragedies" brought them to the arms of a loving God. .
Woman's Club on Walnut Street to lflmlmIJ UDC Fall Meeting Bro.Mike was saved and called to preach in the Washington Avenue Baptist :r
Church under the of J.Howard His wife. savedat '
see what it's all about. Set for 19 ministry dayman. Kathy was .
For further information call Heidi Sept ) a tent meeting under Dr.Hyman Appelman 1977.
,Mize, 964-7323 or' Betty Ann Chapman Paying more The W.T. Weeks Chapter of the Together they have travelled across.the country for over two years
4681777. UDC will hold its first fall meetingon ministering in 9 different States and..scheduled in the future in two
Monday, Sept. 19 at the Bradford foreign countries. i iBebouts' ,
than needto o Restaurant at 11
you Family a.m.
Members are asked to attend, tnv "Tribute to the Family" r Tuesday
Starke Gator QB for ing' a friend and take note that this is Family Singing
Club Meeting Thurs. carinsurance a new meeting time.
""
The Starke Gator Quarterback ?
Club will meet tonight {Thursday.Sept. '
16) at the Starke Golf andCJubtSocialtimewill .
r ta alnr begin" Ask a neighbor. then ,call me. I YOU ONLY HAVE' 23-DAYS :::) t
.-aJ. &.followed,by -covered dISh ,

supper Guest and speaker meeting will at 7 p.m.be 'Gary t To Register to 'VOTE, in the Nov. 8 General Election

Darnell, new defensive coordinator.The .
club traveled td Jackson., State FarmInsurance *
Miss., for last,week's 27 to 15 Gator
victory over' Ole,Miss. The club is .
planning to fill two buses on Oct. 14 119 N.Walnut; St. Help shape the Future j
for
a trip to the.Vanderbilt game in
Nashville. Members plan to visit the Starke, Florida 32091 "
Grand Old Opry and other sites on 9645391State of Bradford County by (

the 3-day trip. Seats are still ..... ....
available to members and new Merrill Williama
Farm Mutual Vote
members are welcome to join.Come .. Automobile Insurance Oom -ny' Agent Registering. prior
out Thursday night to talk Gator 'N'.UNCHome I Ottlco' BloofninQtofi HUnola '
great football tript and maybe'sign' up for a October 8. '1'


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I t BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFF

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Hello, I'm BOB MILNER and I'm

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,seeking 'the opportunity'' to :serve as your ,


Sheriff of Bradford County. However, you j


can, only, help' me if you're registered to_ I!I,

vote. If you're unregistered because of r'

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$1.4.9/ .

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.- ZONING NOTICE Doted this 13th day ef September, DATED)ot Stark. Bradford County,
wHM-iHE"CIRCUIT COURT
EIGHTH
lt j 't' J.IoZ. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD FREEMAN REGISTER/ has mode application 1988. MARGIE F. CASON ,1988.Florida this ,12th day of September,
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION
COUNTY FLORIDA No. 1
\ ..._ .. ....... ..................... _.' .,j _. '..=<. CASE NO.:88-69.CP \in Zoning Classification B.2, for Self Clerk Carol of Courts'By BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF .
:: Roney BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.By
Service Gasoline and
1-3948 Pumps Islands In -
Clerk
I Deputy Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk
'NOTICE OF TRANSFERIn Re: The Estate of Connection with Convenience Store to ?I Control 0847
IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT EIGHTH compliance with Florida Public Service MARJORIE P, CARLISLE.Deceased. :the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on Of Of Court and Ex-Offklo Clerk
4tchg9IS106PUBLIC
Board of Commissioners
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD :' Commission Rul. 2S-4.003. CentralTelephone property located and described below: Control 0842 County

COUNTY FLORIDA Company of Florida NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe 0,59 Acre, 25,520:: oq.ft., Parcels Itchg 9/15
,(""Cente! ) and ALLTEL FLA.. Inc. administration of the Estate of 03195.0.0000"I () | and 032034-00000:: Section AUCTION
CASE NO. 88.108.CA f'ALLTEL" h.r.by give notice that they Marjorie P. Carlisle,..Deceased. File No. 28 Township 6 South Range 22 NOTICE Is h.r.bllgl".n that on' Monday IN THTClRCUIT' COURT OF MARION'

'Intend to file a Joint Petition to transferall 88-69 CP, pending In the Circuit Court East located at Intersection of S.remplo; Sept. 26, 1988 at 10:00 o'clock COUNTY, FLORIDA

DIVISION of Cenlel'i rights and obligation.ass for Bradford County Florida Probate Ave. (U.S. 301)) and W. Call St, (S.R. 230)) AMt the undersigned Gator CASE 87.4195-CA-C. "

telephone company and effective sometime Division the address of which Is Brad- and W. Madison St. (S.R. 100)), k.a.. Hap Frelghtwoys, Inc..will ..11 at public auction FIESTA POOLS OF OCALA, INC;.,
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE after, the Florida for cash at :2600: Rd., Jacksonville .
approval of the Florida ford County Courthouse,,Stark,, py Gulf Station, 115 S. Tempi Avenue, Lloyd Plaintiffvs
ASSOCIATION a Corporation. Public Service Commlslon In the follow 32091. Starke. ,

Plaintiff, ing area: The names and addresses of the personal The Stork. Board of} will .one lot of pc goods, consigned to Kenco LARRY R. ALVAREZ and
.... The Southeast quarter (SE 1/4)) of Sec representative and trie personal Adjustment Quilting Textiles, RICHARD F. BAILEY
RICHARD D. CUDDINGTON; otc a al., tion. 14. Township 7 South Rang. 21 representatives attorney are set forth. conduct a public hearing on Thursday, **ne lot of hand soap consigned to Fourseasons as Trustee for Stonerldge Land Trust,
Defendants, East located In Bradford County below. September:: ,1988. In the Council Room Ch.m.'on. Defendants. .

Florida.. Interested persons are required to of Starke City HoU at 7:30 p.m.. Stork. lot of tile grout,. consigned to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

NOTICE OF SALE. The Joint Petition proposes. that the file with-this Court;WITHIN THREE MON- Florida after having been reviewed by Floor. B Moore, Naples, Fl.. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 I.:DolphE.
Notice It hereby glvon that pursuant one customer requesting service In the THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS the Stark Zoning Board. 'one lot of refrigerator consigned to Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County
to an order or a summary final(judgment or.a to be transferred will be charged NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate At this time, all persons will be heardconcerning O.I. Co., Jacksonville, Fl.. Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of
of foroclouirv entered In the abovo- rat.currently and on file with and (2):: any objection by an Interested\ this application. .specifiedIn .one lot of light fixture, consigned to Execution heretofore Issued out of the

captioned octloni I will sail the property the Florida ,Public Service Commissionfor person to whom notice was mailed that the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark, Central Plastics, Pensacola Fl., above-entitled Court In the ,above-
situated In Bradford County. Florida ALLTEL. challenges the Will admitted to probate, Zoning Administrator to satisfy freight and storage charge, styled cause, have 'levied upon the'
described 01: CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF ,the qualification of the personal Starke Bd of Adj. under the provisions of Section 4b) ,of following property situate, lying and
Lot I of Block 11n White Acres Subdivision FLORIDA of Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.
representative venue or (jurisdiction Itchg915Control being In Bradford ,County, Florida .to-
01 recorded! In Plot Book 2. pogo 73 ALL TEL. FLA., INC. the Court. 085O Gator Frelghtways. Inc., wit:
of the public records of Bradford County 00" Control 0829"chg911 ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Carrier. LOTS 79 and 81 on Cypress of Crystal
Florida. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Pro 14 815626 dtd 6/2/88 'Lake Homesites or 126-578

I' at public sale to the hlghoit and bed ltchg,9/15 Publication of. 'this Notice has begun NOTIFICATION 14 816698 a* the property of ,the above-named
blddor for cash at the front door of iho on 9/8/88. REQUIREMENT 2-056099 dtd 7/18/88) Defendant and that on the 10th day of

Bradford County Courthouse In Starka, Attorney for Personal Representative: If water: has a lead content of 6 050 In 13-367595 'October, 1988 Monday at two o'clock
,Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on September 7, REQUEST R. A. Green P.A. Pro 01-323004 '
f FOR BIDS drinking water It Is a health concern. ((2:00): ) P.M. on said day on the premises
1988. Ralford City Council is now accepting P. O. Box 1206 However mine Is a lower level 0.02J.:: Control 0841 ,of the Bradford County Sheriff office, I
Data this 4th' day of August, 1988. sealed' bids fore 1974 model Ford, four. Starke, Fl 32091:: We do not use any lead pipes or lead 2tchg 9/15-22:::: will offer for sole and sell to the highest

? GILBERT S. BROWN door ((904)) 964-6491 solder In any wall I bidder for cash In hand, the above-
: CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Bids will need to be submitted to the Personal Representative: Required notice by Federal Regulation NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CLOSE. described property as the property of

By Carol Williams, ,Town Council for consideration no lat.r AL KAY CARLISLEP and Department of Environmental VACATE CERTAIN ROADS OR STREETS th* said Defendant to satisfy sold execution.
As Doputy dork than September, 26 1988. O. Box 478 Regulation. LYING AND BEING IN HAMPTON PARK Sole will be subject to any existing
LAWRENCE J. BERNARD ESQUIRE '- ltchg9/1S SIark.. Ff 32091:: ,SHADY OAKS TRAILER PARKControl A SUBDIVISION, IN BRADFORD COUNTY liens. ;
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Attorney for Plaintiff ': Control 0845 (904)) 964-6833 0844 DOLPH E. REDDISH
2064 Park StrnotJacksonville \ Control 0835 1 ltchg91SNOTICE SHERIFF OF BRADFORD
PUBLIC AUCTION /8-lS TO:.ALL PERSONS WHOMSOEVER:
Fl 32204:: 2tchg COUNTY FLORIDA.
((904)) 3848488MFCBL29 NOTICE I. h.r.by given that on Monday OF APPLICATION ''You and each 6f you are h.r.by given Control 0843

I 'I September 26 1988, ot 8:00 a.m., FOR TAX DEED notice that the Board of County Commissioners 4tchg9/V5-10/6
:: FRK Self,Storage will sell at public auction CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'that ... of Bradford County, Florida, in
"' TB.33934 for cash at US 301 and. State Road Sealed Bids ,will be received by the Overstreet. Jr., the holder of the follow- regular session duly assembled will hold

FHA-091-145234-270:: :: 221:: Stark.: Bond Trustees of the City of Stork, at ing certificates, has filed said certificate a public hearing at 9:30 a.m., on MON.
Contents. of Unit 17, belonging to Steve.". the City Hall In Starke, Florida. until 6:30: for a tax deed to be Issued thereon.The. DAY OCTOBER 3. 1988. ot the Commission
8/11 4tchg9lSControl Bornum.. p.m., Tuesday September 20 1988, at certificate numbers and year, of Issuance meeting room In the Bradford County
0801 Control 08312tchg which time and place all bids receivedwill the description of property'and Courthouse, North Temple Avenue
i'" ;: ) 118-15 be publicly opened and read aloudon the names In which It was assessed ore Stork., Florida to consider the request "" ..
:; ( the following: as follows: ot Ronnie C. Davis to close and vacate
1 NOTICE OF INTENTION PUBLIC" SALE Construction of 13.2 Kv Feeder Circuit CERTIFICATE NUMBERS 44 1 45 the following described street or roadsin Ant can be frozen for long period
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I ,'.' TO REGISTER Ron Denmark Mlhl-Storage will I hold a from Hwy. 301 around Deerfoot Village. YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1983. 1984Lots Hampton Park Subdivision, to wit: without harm. Many spend the win
,I. '. { .: Complex In JTqrfce, Florida. '. Avenue '. ter inside logs and stump, coated
FICTITIOUS NAME public sale oft 3* 4. Blk 40, McKlnne/s Addition Capitol University Avenue,
[I", ., ',''''''j' \ Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida -Bin Number ,31, belonging to- Donald Specification may be obtained at the to the City of Lake Butler as shown and College Avenue Park Avenue AND with ice crystals.
f' 'p : \ .'. \ Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th. Sprow; office of the City of Stork Electric I described In Plat Book 1. page 12 of the those portions of Crosby Drive-, Pecan

I undersigned. Gary VV, Brewer, Donna L. -Bin Numbers; 32:: belonging to Valerie System Director W.M. Weldon Questions public records of Union County Florida. Drive and Ashl.yDrive, lying Northof STARKE
Brewer? Gory D. Brewer, Joshua C. Peques, t''' may be directed to this same office' NAME, IN WHICH ASSESSED: Ernestine the Northerly right.of.wall line .of

I I Brewer 1715 East Call St.. Starke. Fla.I Bin Number 40, ,belonging to Alvin. at ((904)) 964-5027., Dye and Joseph Brown. 'Warren Boulevard all in Hampton Pork;, CHURCH OF GOD
I 3201:: joint owners, doing business Fay son: Sealed bids should be marked In the Said property being In the County of subdivision;' according to ,map or plat
under the firm name of B-4. Power Contents Unknown., lower left hand corner of the envelope Union State of Florida. Unless such certificate thereof recorded in Plat Book :2: Page 1,., 422 N. ST. CLAIR-664-5445.

Systems, 17IS East Call Street, Stork.. Sole will take place ot 2117 N. Tempi; -SEALED BID, FEEDER CONST., TO BE shall be redeemed according to public records of Bradford, County., John Spratlin.,Pastor'
Florida 32091. Intends to said ,OPENED*:30 P.M.. SEPT. 20, 1988." The ., Florida., .
I register Ave., Stark., on Saturday) Sept. 17,. law, the property described In such certificate We invite you to worship wllh tae'
:, i fictitious name under the aforesaid 1988, at 900, a.nv City of Stark. reserves the right to reject. shall be sold to the highest bidder This Notice of f Public' Hearing shall be Attended Nursery
statute any or all bids. published one ((1)) time In the Bradford'
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at the courthouse .
0832 door. Union County .
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Dated this 26th 1988 2tchg9/8-1S
day August. Courthouse, S3 West ,County Telegraph, a newspaper of '
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Bradford County.. Control 0837 general circulation In Bradford County
I' Lake ButlerFlorida/ at 11:00: a.m.; on Evening Service ''h'.'...i 6pm
4tpd9/T-22:: .the 6th day of October1,1988.: ,Florida on September 15'1988 f Wednesday Youth' ., : '7:3Opm
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HWY 301 North AKoGEenNTMcManlg1o
HWY 301 S. 964-5757 Starve, RHURST'S
964-8278 964-7500
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t". STARKE DWInouWiext,For Over Corrv SO Yean Servfc* Couples I .Who Pray Together ,GENERATOR Hwy- '301. S. .. PO Box 207
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Batteries -
Auto Marine t Cycle 473-3176 Bui mil/' I kno..of ..>oRd..iw..'.. .People ..IMI pr.j together. CH'>GEtogether
',; 4l7 N. Temple 964-7911 Keystone Heights who Prayed together. regularly and urnCerel nnd people .h.(HAM.E *
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.: ''i. All Your Pharmacy Needs'356W.Madison of StarkeStarkes explore" Iti depths, Perhaps hidden drep'' roamed couplnehanft, And if lhe>do notehanee take right on 24lh Ave",follow sign*"
Tor ,. Hwy 301 3 Ml. N. of Stork
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Bank ....;, I It it not Ihe chuieet. thatdevauale Nature Sings of Jesus' 964-7345
.''I 964-7170 'Independant perwm or mamaeet, but ratherIh ; i'
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: ,oprnMn! .prayer Kignhet. .home-fan
TRANSMISSION SERVICE Corner of US 301 & State ,, ,dwrhantofldeudrh.nrroatwr, ;; FREE PVC 3P ft DELIVERY 964-4425

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Offlca} & Personnel ; : DAYCARE CENTER
.US 301 N. Starke ,SALES. 'We the best place In',
; -: s tSa (vieea, homes at are 'We Care+ for your Child Like'

) ,,', 964-6600 "Worship this waok and every week Office '1 Typing Services ol All Superior quality town, to_take a leak" You Would"
prices
Service at tha church of your choice Kinds affordable 'Ave. 9646810SAWYER 643 N. Walnut 064-6722
;.,. "'r_:' 24 HR Wrecker 964-6633 661 N.Temple
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exhausts '1018 Temple 1837, Rd.'e
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:\:' /. .. FLORIDA NATIONAL; NAPA,AUTO PARTS Terwillegar Motors, Inc.Sales' '> I/VCI/UtMxC vvv IN

'. BANK STORE & Service '.GAS & APPLIANCES[ = OLD FASHIONED'SODA

', I,', "All the right parts in all the, 206 W. Madison & US 301 Call ue for ALL your BBS.appliance .. FOUNTAIN BE vCEOfficers .
Directors & 964-7200 AH O nd. Needs iied
Starke heating > Compute Pharmacy

'1, StaffAllen's right places"115W I SR 21 Keystone HeightsInsurance 11O3 S. Walnut St. 964-7701 127 E. Call St. e 964-7810

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STARKE LANES AII F WESTERN STEER FAMILY EPPS MOTORS Sales &: Service
Office Supplies I : .
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"' and Printing Company W .440 W.'Madison' From allot us .t Western St..r Quality, Glass Stream
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Special rales grgup nWJ301 964-2858
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Printing!. Office Supplies 964-4695 964-8061 temple
1814 N. ,Temple 9S4-8175
113 E< Call St 964-8925 TULLER

., 'CORBETT'S TIRES & Call Now- 954-8018 CROSLEY'rCHIROPRA' 'IC CENTER NORTON TELECOMMU ICAT10NS'

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,. LM : New Staff Members... designee will determine 1i the
T I :) ,'j .. :;" Open House.... continues to expand SE'i new
J Absence is excused or unexcus4For
New staff members SE Mrs. .
(, 'I' t'; Everyone Is Invited to Open Houseat developmental guidance program are : .
Jlt.J. Starke Elementary at 7:30 p.m. designed to coordinate effort of the Shirley Bagwell, third grade; Ms. an absence to be excused, a'

,r";) I" ,) '1ctt "!\U J tonight (Thursday Sept. 15) In the total school and community. Rhonda Baughman. first grade; note from the parent or guardian

I d'' :.. :() <'\' \ cafeteria., A different unit each month .U Mrs.Mrs. Rebecca> bolsky,fifth grade; must be on file in the school office..
Helen
All planned by Guidance Counselor Murphy Nettles SLD; '
staff members will be In- The student will be allowed two days
troduced Chrlstla Snavely, Theme for Mrs. June Lee, kindergarten aide,,;, after ."
the
to parents as well as PTO date of absence to bring in,
LOVE YD', ii officers and LSAC members. The September, Is "uniqueness of each and Mrs.Millie Dlcandlo,custodian. a note from the parent or guardian.

"E: general session will be brief giving child. stressing that everyone la Students will be allowed a maximum ,
parents time to visit with each different and,special. Just ,the way Conduct Code .of three unexcused absences per six I
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teacher of their child. they are. weeks grading period. The fourth I
0 5- PE Voluntie rs../ When a student returns to school unexcused absence will result in a

.. ; Guidance Dept.... Volunteers are needed to help with after being absent, the student must failing grade for that six weeks
/# bring a note from his/her parent or '
period.
; ; A program entitled "Schoolwide PE classes. Parents can sign up and _
Experience: Affective Learning" play with their child and their
J.. classmates.


,: Daniel demons' Third Celebrated/
__ ., '!J I ? Birthday
Birthday GlrT.. :- .
Daniel Clemens celebrated his Pictures from Daniel's 1st and 2nd
Mr. Ruby Brown k now IS yew young! third birthday at a party given by his, birthday were displayed and lots of ThanksBradford

I parents, Wayne and Kathy, at their pictures were taken of'Daniel and
Starke home. Twenty-three his guests.:His Aunt Brenda recorded -

Ruby Brown, Has 88th BirthdayMrs for relatives his special and friends celebration.joined Daniel the party on video.School r ,

Mickey Mouse theme was used In I
Ruby Brown celebrated her Florida, and moved to Starke at the the invitations; cake and party

88th birthday with family and age pf eight, where she still resides. ,decorations along with lots of Menus '
friends at the Suwannee River On February 6, 1916 she married balloons and banners. Cake, County ,

Economic Council (SREC) Congregate Jasper E. Brown. They had two ,homemade ice cream apd party 19-23
Dining Room, located at 134 children,Gilbert Brown and Mildred snacks were served. Daniel's Aunt Sept '.

E. South Street in Starke. Brown Sapp; five grandchildren, Terl and cousins Apryl Angela and,
Special guests for the occasion' Marvin, Ed and Bill Brown, Bobby Renee helped serve' refreshmentsand Bradford Elem.Middle School '

were her son, Gilbert (Gib Reverend) Brown and Waynbe Sapp; six great grandchildren care for: his I .little jests. .. ,sandwich Mondays,Macaroni green b a ans cheese,' applesauce, V4 peanut, brownie butter, 'For allowing me to serve as your School
his wife Jewell, and Jason Jody and Jennifer milk. Board
Roman Alverez pastor at Pine'' Brown Suzanne Sapp, .Robb and Games 'were played and prizes Tuesday Chicken; nuggets:baked .beans, cabbage Member for 24'Years and a
Level'Baptist Church, where Mrs. Randy Sapp. ,won by little friends ''Aaron and slaw, peaches hot rails, milk.Wed..sdsyi Special Thanks to the people who
,Jjrowii Is a charter member ,Stephanie..A hayride pulled by his EARLY RELEASE DAYtCheeseburger
on bun fnnch fries, mixed supported In the
Mrs. Brown was the fifth child of To get rid of oven odor'place. a granddaddy's tractor, was enjoyedby ,vegetables,chocolate cake,milk.TaursdByt me recent election.,
eight born to Alice and George few large orange peels' on the rack all. Daniel presenteds each of his Salisbury steak, rice fc gravy, 'buttered
Oliver; She was born in Baldwin.. and little guests,with a Mickey Mouse green peas, fruit cup btaculla, milk .
heat
at 325 degrees F,. for ten Friday i Frankfurter on bun,potato salad,green'
to 15 minutes. goody.bag as a special! "thank! you". lima beans,sweet potato pie, milk. RODNEY P' HALL


Pd. Pd. Adv.
By Darrell O'Neal Director'
make a recommendation to the City of Stork Zoning A Planning
Stark Commissioners and the Board Itchg 9/15
I- will consider ,on Tuesday October 18. r

1988 at the some sold. place at 7.30: p.m. NOTICE OF SALE Cleopatra's

an Ordinance relating to: Notice I I. hereby given that under and
The rezoning of the following described Upholstery' & Decorating
by virtue of Port IV of Chapter 63 F.S.,
and the Coma ,
property amending a. Self-Storage Facility Act. 'that the
preventive land Use Plan to providethat undersigned will sell for cash to the Emporium
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTOF land currently, zoned (iRIC anddesignated
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR highest bidder at the corner of Laura and
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BRADFORD REZONING AND AMENDMENT. by the plan as Residential. Water,Streets, Starke. Florida at 1:00 322 S. Walnut St. a Starke e 964-7014
COUNTY,, FLORIDA ,4 OF THE LAND USE PLAN ''Low, Density, be rezoned to l-l and :p.m.., on the 2nd day of October 1988 (Next Door to Lake Area Glass)
CIVIL' ACTION An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive designated Industrial the property of W.' the contents ol Unit 24, 1 belonging to .4 I,
J. DODO JR. described follows 1.27
CASE NO. 88147CAGUSSIE land Use Plan Element and as :: ROLAND W. SWEENEY,-containing personal '
,
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C' acres. Parcel 04156000000. Sec.', 29, e FREE PICK-UP & e
A. DIAZ. DELIVERY
ond household Allen'
Map by City of Starke, Florida In accordance goods. By I
Twn. 6 S, 22 E, located
Plaintiff with the local Government Comprehensive Rng. onequortermile Attic Sell Service Storage;. P.O. Box 656, Lounge Chairs Recovered ,*1OO Plus MaterialHead
vs ,.. West of U.S. 301 off North side of \
Act of 1975 Keystone Heights Fl
HAROLD W. BARTON and Planning as provided Edwards Rood (C.R. 100A) for Industrial 32656.Control Liners *99.OO
for,In Chapter 163. of the Florida,I 0840
I, JEANNE T. BARTON. hit wife; Statutes, ,assembling plant.' 2tchg9/15-22 '\
You that :
are further given NOTICE a li
Defendants.NOTICE : TO ALL CITIZENS.Taxpayer and other
OF SALE ,( Interested copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is '
NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuantto person available for your Inspection at the office
of and
each
and hereby
You
are .
you
of the Director of and Planning I'
Final ,Judgment of Foreclosure herewith given notice In accordancewith Zoning WARNINO <
entered 'In this cause In the Circuit Court that the Board of City Hall Thompson Street Starke. '
t' Florida Statute '' (' EFFECTIVE 1988
'of Florida, OCTOBER 1. FlORIDA
the Eighth Judicial Circuit. I will sell City .Commissioner of Starke, Florida 1 ,
the following property In Bradford County the Starke and Each and every person having any Interest STATUTE -
Florida have designated Zoning whatever In the enactment of this NO. 316.1936 MAKES IT, -U.E- /

A Parcel of' land located In Section' Planning Board to conduct a public hear- proposed ,ORDINANCE should appear GAL
ing at a regular meeting held at 7:00 TO HAVE AN OPEN CONTAINER OF
ond be heard at the time,and place
2. Township B South. Rang. 22 East
In the City Commission meetingroom
Bradford County, Florida more particularly p.m. Starke City Hal Starke. Florida prescribed., ANY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE 1SI YOUR \
BOARD OF
"'.nc. at described the Northeast as follows corner:,of Com the' on Thursday September! 29.,., 1988,.and, Of Starke Commissioners City MOTOR VEHICLE.' TJI5COLJNTLiqUDRS

Northeast Quarter of the Northeast a
{' Quarter of said Section 2, Township 8 ,
South. Range 22 East, Bradford County.
Florida;. thence run West, i along the THANKS a
North line of said Section 2, a distance of ,
376 f..t to a point: thence run South Bradford Cdunty f

parallel to the East IIn.of said Section 2 for your Support, & t\rtER1 Price. Begin Thur Sept. 15th. 2
a distance of 239 feet to a point; thencerun
East parallel to the North line of I Encouragement. I ,Thru Wed., Sept. 21 *.. At Our

said Section 2, a distance of 190 feet to wse(( 'w4 L i Stark & Maccknay Location.Sebatfiar.1 .
the' Point of Beginning for' the parcel ;,f'i ask that you 3T W '
h.r.ln described, thence continue East, : ,
parallel to the North line of said Section 4 become imforaied.

2, a distance of 186 feet to a point on the .
East IIn. of Section 2. thence run North : involved & T y//ql k w. .
the East line of said Section 2, / ,
along a of tuasats
supportive your ( ne4ro"'n"r v 0 1O'
distance of 235 feet to the Northeast corner H Ls0 l 'n v

of sold. Section 2, thence run West, ,c" schools in Bradford =.. .ntm ,,.. ..._tJ. mm t..t/rs r= .n.. ae _
along the North line of sold Section 2, o f E N. r x.c89 ,.. M ,. 399 459 Ia, R AND ALa
distance of 186 feet to a point; thence County. .,inn

run South parallel to the East line 'of I 1I7 L.1:131-AN:_ C LANCERS P. 359 ett 5739 9 sry'a"raantiVal
sold Section 2, a distance of 239 feet ,antes ra.rtto.w 399.
more or less, to the Point of Beginning 2' David B. Smith 'Jr. ::.:.1..rws.:::. =' weww=- ores sy
,for the parcel described herein,' I Until ''1M'' :::: 't.llntll

at public sole, to the highest and best pd pol adv i'M. 4"u, 459 511n"r" t>"B : IR El'G
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bidder for cash, In the lobby of the Bradford c NoN-at
County Courthouse In, Storke. g9mo'u'se cOr+or tct9r
.Florida on September 28. 1988 at 11:00o E 66ew.t:s..r .._,..at. 1.99 IUS BUSOJ1 j S9 r?'" (

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m.Dated this 6th day of September 1988; C Blue ?"Nun Lie6fraum A ..75SM.3.79 can ---s sZ s 950L
GILBERT S. BROWN
'CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT, THANKYOU, Le'Mou&t Tpse 'lJ ,,?-_.- r n.ka.3.09 n 5 & BCJsc
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Control 0838 (; ''UQI'
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NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe Cfuanfogne.
:; 'or ,CA ,
Farmers Home AdministrationFmHA L l"& ,swiei**
( ) county committee election this tenet CorSm IXf fgro'Snd 'IM"II.5.1U1 uouo L
'year will be held on October 12. 1988. A t's.s.9 iw 'liz
The ballot below must 1 be f filled/ out:, '' Celt Asti Vwnaxte a r.- .t, X16' aut
detached and mailed ond received or .I'I want to ,'I.II.AMK..Yo. 'for yo u r' R ltrktd Curt[ *ir ................:,.,..- r1t.7Sttas. 399 r u 75 .Mx n5

returned In person to 5709 NW 13th St.* 5
Suite C, Gainesville, Fl not later than Oc :voteand ,support in the, first mm mm mm'mm mm 2's i s '
lober 12, 1988. !i' 9
If you do not vote In person you should primary election. It was greatly, ,1 OLDS 1
s 12 YEAR
moll your ballot Inside a blank envelope
marked "Ballot" to ensure a secret appreciated, Your' continued ', ,
ballot. This blank envelope should be IBNEY'S' ;MALT, "
placed 'Inside the envelope you use to support IS'' of vital importance.: We SCOTCH
mall ballot Your name and address PROOFSMIRNOFF
your Pro 7a.
must be legible on the outer envelope, also 'ask and seek the,, entire 1.75 1171 UTEA
.Failure to provide this Information will
render your ballot Invalid. Only:one support of Dist. 1 in :the upcoming a
is ss
,ballot may be voted In person or by mall : g 12.95

by any voter. Vote 'In envelopes may run-off election' on ''Tues. Oct.. 4th VODKA g --- -- .
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also be obtained from your local FmHA 80 PROOF I

Office. for Commissioner 1.7SUTEH AN y 'i 2.79
The slate of nominees for Alachua and County -
c"1. 1291 J & B
Bradford Counties ore listed 'In the ballot IUL CUflUMSeagram's
L District 1.
below. Th. qualifications persons. .. s.1 saa.ats.r
voting are described In the "Voter Certification .
Statement. For further Infer :' '
9s
motion regarding voting and voter : p: t1 1 t t24 7a x (
eligibility, see the County Office listed A WINE COOLERS

above. FmHA elections are open to all ELECT I- Integrity CALVERT INVERBHF
eligible ;voter without regard to race EXTRA
color religion notional origin age, w
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political affiliation marital status: sex A' 1.75 LITER .. .wst..t4P t
LITER =' -
and/or handicap ,,124' -z
. . Dedication 9ws.o fot 7 99 17.fe 2.99
U.S. DEPT.:dVAGRICULTURE :
FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION. MAN h BLACKVELVET'
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BALLOT FOR COUNTY

1, COMMITTEE MEMBERState OF 1 A f CMAIUII i..:. Coca Cola Skol Mbaers
: Florida CommittmentRoss orate t.o tea
CAlIOI'l 112TsEsR = =
Counties: Alochuo and Bradford 71.00 .sort,

,.., Candidate, : HOOPER GRAVELY SAX $ PdiK
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Please detach this notice 'before
,; ballot
voting .
,,. VOTER CERTIFICATION STATEMENT S
Subpart W of Part 2034 of Title 7.Code JIM BEAM
,'II of Federal Regulation require that all KAHUJA
'.r' 'eligible voter for FmHA county or area IJQUEW
committee election meet the following CHANDLER 1.J UTEA

i eligibility requirements:. ((0) be farmers 12M _. ta 7SO w
'or pauses of farmer*: and(b) hove their Qr 142.1. 11
principal fanning operation within the K'rt
county or area for which" the election, Is r htvlr
being heM.y County "Commission' District 1 4\s %
submitting this ballot I attest. that Imeel NIIy

the, criteria to vote.' ': -... '9''" ...
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,A Lawtey 1" First.k..!: 'CCC__Reunion. a Set at 'Lake Kerf
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Mayor Marvin Roller bands al!, I I 'The fourth. uMfl reunion of CM4.
check to FMC Representative pinks Mei end jb.
to MC Oct. t atttoorigtaalcanjfftaof
k9 rh \Gebo,for Ue&0..'*new lire p BWI Co. 1't7o 011//. t., I.I I.
Atrack I II Lake Kerr'tot moa west of Salt I
'I Councilman' Baster Be.1! .Springs on County Road 316. party.Tbemeel I. ,.....,
:iSS'yor'Rosier Sale Rep. The site la also 11 mite east of, Bar-feQ chicken and> pock i_ ,
,Fire ChIef Bill CTOUM((.r)poet lust ,Ft.McCoy on CR-316.
bread, plates, lorke,
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,after the pumper was delivered at 7, Camping faclltU available In the, knovce, and rape win!!!be furniab- o
l.m.Tuesday. .8 t. 11..f Salt spoons
: Springs* Recreational ATM on salad
bring a vegetable or
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A brand new bright red full fledg-i\ house is on'fire, Lawtey residents preicates what they're doing," said
I ed $72,000 fire engine Is a historic'' ''will be glad to see the new pumper'roll Mayor Rosier. Dolph E ReddishTo
c first for the City of Lawtey. up, the mayor said. The new pumper gives Lawtey
,., The new FMC pumper was' Fire protection is as important as probably the county the two fastest fire growing fighting area units.In all of you for your continued confidence in me as your Sheriff.
delivered at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. police protection said Mayor The 1958 Your vote and that made leader :,, I II
used from the the
13. Lawtey volunteer firemen stood Rosier 'I appreciate the firemen pumper bought support me in First ;,:
around admiring the new fire truck who get out of bed In the middle o( the City of Jacksonville and refur Primary is greatly appreciated "
bished
inmates
by at Lawtey Correc- I "I '
which will be used primarily for night to fight fires.
structure fire*. The boys believe in what they're'' tional Institution is in good '
operating condition. I personally commend Glen Moore on his positive campaign..:'I
r The new pumper carries 1,000'' dolns..and the City of Lawtey ap- '
gallons of water enough to put out a, invite all the fine'folks who supported his candidacey ana all1 .
pretty good blaze. The is, J the other citizens of Bradford '
pumper County to Join me. in my bid for
,,
capable of pumping 1,200 gallons per Goldilocks re-election,as your Sheriff on Oct. 4th. "
minute of water: It has dual cross ,
lays,meaning quick attack hose anda 737 S, Walnut! St. ., Starke, ; '
preconnect ho e. It came equipped 4 Twill ever be gratefull.foryour vote and support,that will enableme
; with a booster reel with 250 feet of With Unda K. Vlkkl to continue to ,', '
,serve you.. : ,
hose, but firemen said they plan to ,
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carry 1,000 feet of hose. It is already Gina; Jane ., '
:', ,"' ", set up for a deluge gun. Respectfully '.
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: with '"
Is also
The pumper! equipped ")'
: ," a SOO-watt quartz lighting system I We're #1 I ,.. !s j/ :" '\\:: !! \ \',!.", "
,' ,"'" ,which operates off the truck'sgenerator. t r:qJ'I) ;:! ," ." ,
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964-4645 ; {'''I ,
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!-' under : "<" / 1.0",
: : a 7-year lease-purchase program .' "
at 7.5 percent interest.No use r DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF- '" '" "',;'. 1'.ll;' :,:i1,'I'V.'l\\e' \".\,\"".'\,''Ji".lIi\ ,.,,",!.'A d.':!I'':".
1 end city money which is drawing End ,of'Summ'er Sale BRADFORb. COUNTY. : ,FLORIDA, '
more than 7.5 percent interest,'

said Mayor Mayor Roser Marvin said Rosier.he is proud of, Super Perm .:........................$20.00,&?up 'PD. POL. ADV.

t the,city's volunteer' fire fighters, Great Haircuts $5O0& up -. -- '"

who 'he termed an where.as good When as their any Frosting :.:......................;...,......;......$25.00
department; ::
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, : NOTICE, OF 'BUDGET HEARING BUDGET ,SUMMARY" '

, : Town of Brooker'- Fiscal Year 1988-89,
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', : '.: :"'1 The Town: ,of "Brooker has tentatively :. The ,Proposed:',Opeating Budget 'Expendituresof


: ::: f,' ,adopted a Budget for -Fiscal Year the Town of Brooker( are"1.0% More. Than


198889., A Public; ; 'Hearing to make. A, ( Last Year's'. Total'Operating Expenditures.


: : : Final Decision the Budget (and Taxes GENERAL FUND REVENUE y+,
,, \, on / I *, i* J",. .t ..,,,** ."< 'i'i ..

. : c rwilibe: Held' on Tuesday, September 30', Estimated' RevenueOctober, ';'i, 1988'through" September, ,,, 30' ,' '1989.' ,.:."",,,, ;''::.'';

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'' 1988 at 7:30.p.m. at Town Hall, Road Sharing '
State Revenue ------------------------- --------- $22233.00
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Local ,Option Gas ---------- ---,---- ---------------------- 9625.00'
18, Brooker, Florida. One half cent sales ------...------------------------------- 8,968.00
Acftalorum ...... '
Taxes ----------------------- ----- -------- -- 1,500.00
.' I' Occuptional Taxes <-----------------------------------.----, 300.00
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. . ......... ..................- :'" Mobile Lie .
."." ."." ."."."."." ." "." ""!" " " Home ----------- ----------------------------- 160.00450.OO
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.I Building permits -----------------------------------------
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Beverage Lie,. ----------------------------------------- 100.00

To The Voters ,of Dist 3 I Fines, Bonds, and, Forf iotureu, -------------------- ------. ,1,000.00Sanitation
'Pens --------*--------------------------------- 8,000.00
2* Cigerett 'Tax ------------------------------.----------: ,2,508.00
Bradford County Recreation Funds ----------.-------------- ,,500.00
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Interest (c/d Money Market., Now) ----------------+--.----- ,;7,000.00Miscellaneous'
Keep Maxie Carter Jr. j = ... ,
: ------------- ---- ---------- --- --- 1,500.00
,From Fund Balance ---------------------------------------, 7121.32; .
I Your' County, : -

,. III $ 66,065.32,
i Commissioner, ,

Because of His : WATER REVENUE' FUND r ;, '' ,, / 'w
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Revenue Sharing -------------- ----------.--- ---- ------$, 9500.00
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i 112 Years Valuable Experience: W ter Collections-- '--------------------r,--------- --- 13,000.00
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;Interest (Now.tb\eyHarkey, Reserve) ------ ----- ---- 2,000.00Fund
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Balance ------------ ---------- ----------------- 10.000.00
I .\ $ ,:34,500.00
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REVENUE- ------- -- --.- ---- $100,565.32
Ability : TOTAL .... '" '. ,':,' ..I '. ,\< i: .
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Estimated txpendlturca October I, 1988 through Sept.mb.r'30, 1989

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GENERAL ADMINISTRATIONI ---- ft ---- ----------. 25,687.00STREETS

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AND ROADS------- ----------------- 16020.32

Sincere Desire to Continue to Serve I (MAINTENANCE PARKS AND RECREATION------- &. .- ....A ---------- .4500.00 1,300.00

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r I SANITATION DEPARTMENT- -- --- 5,265.00

<, FlU DEPARTMENT---------- 6538.00
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( OM'" r. 6,755.00IWATER
POLICE DEPARTMENT-!
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$ 66065.32
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: Your Continued Support .:.... ._ 34500.00
"d ,' '" FUND DISBURSEMENTS-------- -------- n --- -$
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.'q October 4th (TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS----- : ft L ---. .. ---. 0.565.32


': 'Will' be Deeply THE tENtATiVE, ADOPtED AND/OR.TINAL. BUDGETS ARE' ON FILE IN ,THE OFHCI '" '

,C AppreciatedPd OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED, AUTHORITTAS 'A, PUBLIC RECORD.I. .

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H THE BRADFORD NOTICE ,OF

COUNTY .HEARING'

BOARD ,OF ,CO.UNTYCOMMISSIONERS

The Bradford County Board, of,
FISCAL YEAR 1988-89 County Commissioners hearing for

the Final Adoption of the' 1988-89

Budget will be held on Monday
.. ,'r.. 19i1988at800p.m.'ln'
...",,:," September :
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THE, PROPOSED' I/, ,: Commissioners' Room #129 at the

OPERATING BUDGETEXPENDITURES :"' Bradford.,County'Courthouse 945

: ( N. Temple Avenue Starke, FL.
,. OF THE The County Commissioners have

BRADFORD COUNTY.tentatively adopted the 1988-89

,. Budget. .
BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS : At this.meeting any citizen ,has..
ARE the right to .make written or oral. .
', comments:with to the
regards
'T,7, ..13.%,, MORE THAN'LAST '', proposed use of funds before' ,the

: :Ai, County Commissioners! make'the

YEAR'S, TOTAL. ( ..." ./I:;';i: final adoption of the Budget for. the

OPERATING ." ', ,(:,':\iJff, 1988-89 Budget Year.
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CLERK TO THE : OF BOARD FINANCE DIRECTOR

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NOTICE OF t NOTICE OF FINAL '

BUDGET HEARING.
BUDGET. HEARING. .

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THE...BRADFORD COUNTY't.;-- ;
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:COMMISSIONERS' HAS-. ..,,..;;, ):: :, (
.TENTATIVELY ADOPTED A ,:" :t*: ':.
The, Bradford County'Boa'rd:of,"
.BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR ';
: ( I County' Commissioners Hearing,for
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1988-89., A .PUBLIC. HEARING. TO |the, Final Adoption of the. 1988-89 '
MAKE A FINAL DECISION,OF THE: Budget will be held on Monday,

BUGET .AND:: TAXES WILL BEHELD (September 19, '1988 at"8:00: p.m.. in

ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Commissioners Room '#'129 :at the ,

19, 1988 .At 8:00,: ,P'.M.AT THE Bradford County Courthouse' 945 N.

BRADFORD COUNTY. |Temple Avenue Starke, 'ELI .
COURTHOUSE IN THE, COUNTY All interested'citizens are invi ,d to|

,,COMMISSIONERS' ROOM' #129" attend 'the Final Budget Hearing.,

945 NORTH TEMPLE,AVENUE,, . i '!'' .' I .
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STARKE. FLORIDA 32091. 'J, .',' : : \ "",,':.'\',':::":;;', '.';.-' ";

ALL INTERESTED, CITIZENS ARE GILBERT. MOSLEY. .' : ;',( ,' .:", '.
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BOARDLAWRENCE "
I CLERK TO THE, OF BOARD "''" "'" '
INVITED TO ATTEND THE. FINAL ;, ( {:. ".>.;"
BUDGET HEARING. :"': ',''..a:IV t iM.::;:},'::' ""';'..T "":': "


U GILBERT S.BROWN. .LAWRENCE MOSLEY. ESTHER B.ELLERSON..
CLERK TO THE BOARD CHAIRMAN OF BOARD FINANC,DIRECTOR''


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BUDGET, HEARING HEARINGThe



Bradford County Board

The Bradford of County Commissioners
'County Board, ; :

of County Commissioners, has Hearing for the Final Adoption of

tentatively adopted a Budget the 1988-69: Budget will be held

for Fiscal Year 1988-89. A on Monday, ,September 19, 1988

public hearing, to make a Final at 8:00: p.m. ,in Commissioners

Decision on the Budget and Room, # 1,29 at the, Bradford ,

Taxes Will be held on Monday, County' Courthouse 945 N.,

,September 19, 1988 at 8:00: Temple AvenUe Starke' FL

p.m. at the Bradford County The County, Commissioners

'Courthouse in the 'County have tentatively adopted the

Commissioners Room # 1.29945' 19889 Budget.At .

North Temple Avenue,' Starke, this meeting any citizen has

Florida 32091 ; .;: V, ,\v: the. right to make written or -oral

All :interested r citizens :are; : comments with regards the

invited, to attend the Final ', ;;::. ; proposed use of funds before the

'.Budget. ,Hearing, ," !:;,::: \ ', county? ; commissioners, make: the

< ',' final adoption, of, the, budget-,for
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Gilbert! 'Br9wn., Lawrence Mosley, Esther B.. Eilerson/, the, 1988-89 ud'getYear,, ,
Clerk to ',the Board;: Chairman of Board Finance! Director' ,
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-'-ivk",110 .' : '' "..' '',OCCUATIONAL" LICENSES, S "AND 1,1.'ioNtKO"FEES'1', ',;' ,,V.i1', ",.",v\i'; ,;,''"',,' 77,046.00"
COUNTY, .. ;'' "'' '' 'aEYEhUE.SHARING' :{'. ',' ;,';'tVv-.li:( ;;,.':' '; oVli
BOARD 10' 33-100: 'J! iTATt"fiRA.4T AS3; STATE, : ) r; ,; : 33 53 16.
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1.0-,135-1bo ,-, LOCA'C' REVENuE AND fEE, ," ''\ : ;' ,,iI,''r'+:';::< : ,.6ow'iil'.jO
COMMISSIONERS, .. '' ; 1 : '" "' ;', ,; ; '1 11C
S-180 ,: ,, ': S ALES7AX, ; /. f'P J r.\: ; ', ",3d9.9 00'.00'
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FISCAL YEAR 10'340-1J0';,,>;"i'. .' "CITY 'GRANT, J 'HriEST'EA,: NEO-"''IOTNER:, FEESri' i rJ!:s::,;;'}!"''r6';: ::,\' 309.0'C.00'
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',:TOTAL',',ESUMATED'REVEPUE, \ GENERAL,'F\JtID'i''''';'': ::\ '(J\\ V'\ (;'l1"t+ (r, \ : .
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,, ."+TOtAL, E'itlMATE&\'REWEhUE; f SX''o-ISCOWNT'vV.lv; ,;: : ,,) ; ,1;, \,;";;;.,"'? ,,:" l: 2,292,251,.05..
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The ,Proposed OperatingBudget 1Q-101-100 :' ,, '''' CASH BROUGHT FORWARDED, ,. .,' '. r<;;(':< : > ,,: ; :; ,760,755.00'
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Expenditures of- the : ,, < ,. I', ; : : "
TOTAL TIMTEO, AEVEhUE'.AND: CASH 3SOUGHT. FORWARDED, :> ',. 3,071,009.05,
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Bradford County' Board ,of ,< < ," .':'. '..: .,' ,>, I",', ((1),'," '

County Commissioners. are r 17 .'30/0 a .p. 1.,0 ,F, ,;,0" a, 'D '. COUNTY I "" ,GENERAL" ''' IO''r': ', ,".: ". ",:.,' ',"" >",';Y"} ..', ,,' I;,, :;" 09/. ;' /68

more than last earls totaloperating ACCOUNT, NUMBER:' :..',' 'ACCOUNT TITLE .[,.:..'y: .*,c,l.'.:./:':;:<'.1988-89., ,',BUDGET: :AMOUNT
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: i v ; 10-21-511-33:: COUNTY' 0 T M E R''OPERATING EXPENDITURES "'''.'W'; ''I.\\ < I;"" 463,103.00.
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!"..''Ji I.(,"" ',::\\I.//1;:t rl'y. '10-21-511-60', COUNTY NEW" E8UIPMENT,: ". .:OVER"' $100.00'' ) ., '',,'"">(;1'1.yl\;';.ril1f{ ;j;;"': :,..,": ', t:,18' ..3'90'.00

". ,: .." ':' ." i ,:'; 1C-<1-513-30 AUDITING< ( AND, DATA 'PROCESSING, .COST' ',"''' ";'lffyCOU'UTV' .((\ /}\:(,: ", U7,22700
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,," '" ''jllf" 10-21-514-30, ATTOPNEV AND OTHER "LEGAL, COST, ., '1"4!,; ; .,290.0,0
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V; ,1, ', 'i;,, ,1.' ., ,,,, (..' ..-' 1 C-2. 2-516-10 CLERK 0','.CIRCUIT COURT, SALARIES: ANDOPS,, ".- ''V 203,690.00
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[ "\/:,},. :' '10-22-516-30:: 'CLERK OF CIRCUIT, COURT ,OPERATING, I XPe. "SE;,!'<{,'': --13,990.00

10-22-516-60 CLUK'OF ''CIRCUIT 'COURT NEW EQUIPMENT, ; rfiCL'ERK'O'F {,-, ','I 5900.00.
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10235133010245131O", ... .', ,CttPR. .: OF'. FINANCE OPERATING. ""I'CO IT,,"',;{,'',,\" !i:.' ''II r ''/J;.r":(?" :' ,: 9,090. .00

,.. ,APPRAISER. SALARIES., AND j OPS', 'CO5Ta, : ,':t"';}:'" i'- :,i7-,";, 165699.00,\ ,

1C-24-313-30"",, APPRAISER, OPERATING ,COST, v J V-.Vi''j"" .;:,, ; 68030.00\

10-24-313-60" APPRAISER,, NEW EQUIPMENT" ', .' .' .1, "Y' 500.00


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.' ESTIMATED SXDISCOUNT, ,30.09,? \::80 : : ''I ::) -
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I'f:; ''' ,TOTAL'.ETZMATED'REVENJE L:: 'L'ESS'-SX' 'DISCOUNT" }'!;" -1': ;.'y'..' '''"',"',\ (;,1,' ''I r ,'s7iV$9Vio 11',' ; \1lir" ', esa'L;'/,,\,, ,,,],, ," t',}" ( ", 1 ,. ,..Jc\\ .' ,.r) \\,)'\"r," "
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30-10'100'' ;; ,' CASH BROUGHT "FORWARDED :; 430,871.00. \'I' \,. '..' 1 i
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8 R A 0'' F 0"R D ..' IC" ,'O'.VN' T.Y PINE' AND FORFEITURE'1' FUND-A'" {i / 08/30/88, ': '

ACCOUNT NUMBER! ACCOUNT TITLE 1988-89 'BUDGET AnOUNt :, "

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30-03-523-46 CO'UNty'J AIL REPAIRS, AND MAINTENANCE COST, 21/900.00
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30-1.1-516-31 COURT APPOINTED. PUBLIC FENDERS COST 79,800.00' fir'x
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-. 16-50 COUNTY WITNESS AND COURT COST .' 51/400.00
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30-14-316-30 SHERIFF ? JUDICIAL BAILIFF ; OPERATING, : .CO,$,!, ,, : ',' '6,196.0.0 I, "
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30-15-317-30 'i COURT: REPORTER AND "MEDICAL EXAMINER' COST .' 110/645.00 (
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30.16-+521.10 SHERIFF. SHUnS HATCHING FUNDS AND OPS. 3st,3 1.OO, '.';
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30"-16-521-30' ; SHERIFF' OTHER ,OPERATING COST < .,1''"" ',': I'' 3713.. ( .r' ".

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.SHERIFF CAPITAL OUTLAY COST ".,' ,' 36/220.00: .'
30-16-521-60 .1 :\ :
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30-16-521-99' SHERIFF RESERVE FOR, CONTINGENCY/ '> 5,000:00: !
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30-16-523-l10 JAILt"' SALARIES, "''ATCHJ G'uNh; ''AND,:'.OPS ,.,,1. "19,7,622.00 ,:I. I II. ,)

: JAILl OPERATING EXPENDITURES" 47,92S.OC: 1",1: "
30-16-523-30 \ OTHER ""' 1:" .:'.
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30-16-323-60 .JAILS. CAPITAL OUTLAY COST '

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CONTINGENCY' .,, ,. )
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30-19-527-32 't. II'I'H'ORCE"'U; T EDUCATIONAL COST,!,. 4/300.00.. ..,:.".''.'\ ;-':: Malejfernalevolcechlp.Pre-reoordedYCloeawwellya.w/ ..
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30-20- S91-90 RESERVE fOR" CONTINGENCY "

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'\,: \ : ;',TOTAL .'APPROPR.ATION ,- FINEB ''A!<'ID' RFE RtFyND| r-.jlI. ; 'I Y.:, ::1.1 ,002 6r .00'. \."'1,; "1VM: 1;:'" $.CO.Vao..aclMatedCOM.a.Ert1al.AoIt.dttneand( : ;
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R ,\A'DF', : .' 0: RD'', I" C. O'U''N'T'. .., Y''" LAW LIPURY'"Ur.i" )):,:(I'' ;:';; Ilk;:{t.t.i i f.\\\:\: ,;" ..t'O;\ / e\,\: : .' ,,./"" ,"" ,;!.' ,' ', '. MemoMCOld.Preacroeb.Jttcntolea\leomeaageftnomeolle j,'i"", ".

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ACCOUNT, /,NUMBER. ." ACCOUNT, < :TITLE- '" : ,, ,:'i\\;;? : d> I\J\ *:8 8:-:i t,BUDGET" AMOUNT, ',!:"\"t't j, '' "'l:j. design to corventert usewhenspaoe"tlQW.( /, ,.

S.-341-1do. FEES ''aLDG. RES., t INTEREST, Eh.N D.1( .;,, e,4ootoo :it"ri" 'I"1" \ 1 cnIrncre.Anwf-rody.m: *oo and two-way Indicator Ighti.FA6OO Y.K' ,',(? ,'.,

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TOTAL. .ESTIMATED, REVENUE. LAM LIBRARY FUND ,: ,,'< 8,400.00, .., : 8995Southwestern
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ESTIMATED"' 5X DISCOUNT, : ,:. .' '420.00, ,", ,' THEOFFICESHOP Q r
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/!,',' TOTAL ,UT.I, ,"LESS, SX DISCOUNT / : : 7,960.00' ::.'. STARKE,, FL Dealer 01 Freedom Phone' w

: )'; '" "i" ;:, ,,::, ,.' ". : ,:;"i" ,' ,' : : .. ; : ,,' ; :. .: :" 1',1' ':: ) ,.,' ; ,., ; ', '" '.,: ; '- -" '' 964-5764 "
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50.101-10'0'' ; '', ; CASH 4 BROUGHT' ; "FORWARDED'' 'r ;':.' .)," :" .' ,: I :7/977.00, .. ", ; :,.':.. ': " /" Let freedom. ring. I I'd

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:1.' ": ; \'ESTIMATED'REVENUE.. ; ; :15.937:00; "d1 ,' /, ,'
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R 'A" 0, PjO/R', 0 "" "' C.-O.' UK' T, Y LAW' LIBRARrFUND'/. .;'" ,I ,,, ;: '.r. ,".',"" ,i ,,';:.,, '- '"/.:.../,s/so/BB, > ,, .t;;;, .:," : "';'n' -' ,,<, ", ::' ;..) ,,' ,,' I. : \;' \ "H\.tI/! ; : 1-:: ; 1"\'\': : .
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ACCOUNT NUMBER'' ACCOUNT ,TITLE 148E.$9'BUDGET. AMOUNT I' .. ;;-' .> ; I i'; :' 'Vy'I: : t ",'! 'I'' '""/ ;' .',( ESTI"'AtED,5X'OISCOUNTI.' ; C" ,."'{,';:;::2,92t..QI; ..
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':,' ., TOTAL ESTIMATEOfREVENUE"' CESS" 5X DISCOUNT'/\' fepy tMVA'vv tn ; > -.w,4SS,613.011Pftt
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UOdQ TOTAL, APPQPIA7JPN! fLLAW: lJr! .' //NPH Uf3'; 0 'II 0 15/937.00 +)' ; : ? ; ;, ,, ;,, 's. >' ." ; ";. '., ; ;)"'.nr.;

BRADFORD I COUNTY BUILDING ", ':' 'oa ..ti"J:4 i : ', ; : :1 f. ( \ \ TVWI
.RESERVE FUND /]O/U ": \ ," .,', : ", ; "
;'. ? 1- -I' ,,'I n (V' i OJI 70-1oT-lbb''v' :/' '' ,/ ;' CASH 9ROUGH FORWARDED, ,". ,' """, !ff.'j! ,f':' ''f'H'd\;} ; i ; '' '' ; 'V .1{.173,442.01.
ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT ; i:"||j-jj*'> li' u i \ k : 't' f' > i 7 W1
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TITLE 1988-89 ;
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50-380-100'. 'INTEREST EARNED, AND RACE TRACK "MONIES' /;:V: 'i : 225,050.005TOTAL' )\, ''1"'!$'/;.' TOTAL ,:IESTIMATED, REVENUE AND'CASH; BROUGHT fORWARo'Eo I296s5."oi9'R

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: ESTIMATED"' REVENUE BUILDING RESERVE FUND, ,',' 223/050.00; ,I ., "
' < 'A D'\ FORD COUNTY RESERVE FUND ., ", .083083t
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':I':>:':; ESTIMATED"' REVENUE LESS SX DISCOUNT :.),./;.!,;:',:' ,",'. ... 213, 97.50, I ." .. .', .. ; ',t" ',,' ''i" : .. "" 'f"' )'' '": !"f '': 'J ,, '
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r ., ","' :i; TOTAL APPROPRIATION" SINKING' RESERVE FUND -\ ,> %/I''' ,: 129,055.Or
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}0,101-.10o.: : "' CASH BROUGHT' FORWARDED ; 7533.00 .\ "
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:' ,TOTAL. 'ESTIMATED. -REVENUE, AND. ,CASH. BROUGHT FORWARDED221.350.50': ACCOUNT' NUMBER TITLE i 1 \ ..''v :1988-89:: ( BUDGET' AIIO''

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., .. FUND ''" 71-380:100 ; INTEREST :'IA""ED''S BUILDING ,RESERVE FEES I 22,840.01
BRADFORD' C .OU: N., T Y BUILDING' RESERVE 08/30/88 ,' : ..' "'" /""' I '
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TOTAL ESTIMATED"' REVENUE, ,SOLID WASTE DEBT: FUND ;, 22,340.0i
CCOUNT; NUMBER 'ACCOUNT TITLE ,,1988'89 BUDGET AMOUNT, I ,
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,-l.O-581.f'O'. TRANFER TO, OTHER FUNDS' ,FRO" "BUILDING.RES, : .' 221350.00. ... ': ":i' '. "!,:l f.,.' ESTIMATED"' '5X'. DISCOUNT, 1142.01. "'
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TOTAL APPROPRIATION '.. BUILDING RESERVE FUND' : 2210.00:1': '
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.' '" I''<'I'' '' .:'' )":,,\: i ,\'," "1\. :\? l k V/.11Ws, ', ; {' ; :?, \! :;'W\;',;.' fe' ; :Vftr> ;: '' ";", ,71,101.100 .' ,
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8 R A D'f 0 R D' T Y SOLID WASTE 'COST'' FUND ';: { 03/30/88 'fi'I" ; ".f" 1 ; ', : '' '' I'' \
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1 /' .I V', .'' "' \ CASHBROU3HT' fORwARDED3i.Viv' '' ) ; .1'' '";28692.01
ACCOUNTNU'IBEP 1988-89 .' "''f; ;; i./ *
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js-343-400, .i- '. ;; 'S/W CONTROL .ASSESSMENT FEES .'. '-\) ','....:"> -" 591UO"OQ"i : ""J' TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE. AND CASH' BROUGHT FORWARDED'e. ,50,390.0'
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65-350-103: '. S/W. CONTROL DUMP"' REVENUE AND INTEREST: \, 9090.00 .
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TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE,: SOLID WASTE COST FUND. 400,930.00 I "

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;; ; .. .. ESTIMATED'"' 5 ,, usCOUN.T. 30.047.5 71-99-382-70 RETIREMENT ,OF BONDS i'' SOLID WASTE ISSUE'S" '. 50,390.01'! 41;
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( : : APPROPRIATION. SOLIO'WASTE: DEBT FUND 50i'390."dr t

.-"':"; ', TOTAL ESTIMATED/REVENUE' LESS ,3X DISCOUNT :'i\ /,': ';" ',370.902.59'S5.1O1',0o'f '. >. ', i"r'" (,. ; \f" < "I ',.
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; : ., ,'67,921.OO' ., '' '. "
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TOTAL ESTIMATED, REVENUE AND SH 'lUaUGHT 'FORWARDED; ;638,823,50: ',' ,"-311-100 f'' k AXES REP'lTTU'TOjn; n: ..304 MiUare ,.,'', ,' ." iS,9S3.6(
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65-54-334-10, : S/W CONTROL' SALARIES, OPS, !ATClflNti''UND'. .',,''' '.184,965.00". /, :: ;>r% ,, ', TOTAL ESTIMATED"REVENUE LESS. 5X. DISCOUNT '. ',62/683.8:
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;$ '- "-;SO S/W. : CONTROL OTHER 'OPERATING'EXPENDITURES .. rS,11.5.00"! -, ." / -

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CONTRUCTION FEES. TRANSFERS ETC."' *>'",,: *:(s\ ,, P ; 2O3.703.00': ,;, ; ''I'" (
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65-56-534-60, $/". CONTROL NEW EQUIPMENT, OVER 00.00, 76,000.00/ t'/' : TOTAL, ESTIMATED :REVENUE AND CASMBR000HT, FORWARDED, 62/683.e:
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CONTINGENCY' ,- : ,/08/30/88
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TOTAL. APPROPRIATION. .- SOLID WASTE. COST FUND, ;V., ''. ..:'" 638,623.0"f 'r4Jk".a : ACCOUNT TITLE, ', 1988-89: BUDGET, AHO739959999 .
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ACCOUNT NUMBER ACCOUNT TITLE '' : ,,198.-$99UDGT''AMOUNT' \ r... / .- '. .
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,,70-380-100 INTEREST EARNED S !UILDINS RESERVE FEES 38/340.00 THE BRADFORD COUNTY FINANCE DEPARTMENT ,FOR.!/; THBk BRADFORD '

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE SIN(IN3 RISERVI FUND 38,340.00 COUNT BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AS A PUBLIc"RECORD..

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1O';24-S13.90 ,A"UUflt., EPp AND OPERATING. COST 1/000.00' ,l |' II.'A 0 'F 0 0' COUNTY' "MOSQUITO, CONTROL STATE XT 08/30/88

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10-ZS-S13-9Q. TAX COLt.ETORtOMMISSIDN: ; COST ; ',.i' J ,, iI'I 58/890.00 'ii-t'# NUMBER"' i ,,t ACCOUNT TITLE. '' ', > \ .,!*\ ) 1988.89rBU08E1 AH0UNT t
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10-26-515-30 NORTH 'FLA REGIONAL PLANNING, 'AN 't; ,;IS''i( ;!' ,,, ';'i3V/,53.00';;>:! 4 '''; ,:*(,\ 3S9-900 ':',," > $TATE&.GRANT; AL' ,OCATJO" .REVENUE-'"' ;' K/v'' ''/:!''; ))6'a( .'}: ; ,i'V i/, <'iI'i ,"; a26.0QI '

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10-J7-516-10 SALARIES 1" TOTAL ESTIMATED'REVENUE" MOSQUITO CONTROL STATE ?:iV'-: I'' ; '8/824.00;
COURT ;
.COUNTYj AND OPS COST H : 148395.00 i 'I'\' ;
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10-28-31930 COUNTY ELECTIONS COST AND OPERATING is'T' 24/600.00 ,, : / / 70
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10-28-319-99 ELECTION? RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY 2500.00 """ ', 'fl
,13-101-100, OFF ,.SETTING IK DISCOUNT ; 441tJO

10-29-319-10 CUSTODIAN SALARIES MATHCINS FUNDS I OPS 48052.00 ,: .' \ : I"' .
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TOTAL tSTIIATEO, ,REVENUE' AN .CASH B/IOU"/ FORWARDED' 8826.00
10-29-319-30 UTILITIES 92750.00
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10-30-319-52 BRADFORD COUNTY CHAMBER"' OF COMMERCE ;/ 800 .OO' ,..I: 'B R A 0 ,4F ,0 )R 0 ; ,, \C.,0y'N.; T V 1'Os'! uno. CONTROL sun II (:::: 08/30/88,
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'10-31-322-BO: ; FIRECONTROL'SER.,. t VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. 42/809.00 I!, ,CC3UNTt:) NU13ER v: 'ACCOUNT TITLE. i'< ",: 1'1" ,. .i1938-89 'BUDGET AMOUNT

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10-37-324-10 tONING ;SALARIES MATCHING FUNDS & '.OPS. : \ 67/980.00.. ; 'lJ-49-562-10. : CPS "' AVD MATCHING"' FUNDS COST. / 'J'' ;';', ,',' '/<;. :..', : 2623.00
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10-37-324-30', .,\< : ZONING OTHER .OPERATING'EXPENOITURESiV/. i M. /, "/ ""I' ,10.904.00"NEW'EQUIPMENT'OVERS100.00 :;"; ';;U-49-562T4'a;: ,.', OTHER'. OPERATING' COST V I< i 1'\1\! ; :< < ?.! f'-V.w, ;. (. ,' 6201.00,
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BRADFORD C, 0U, "N T''Y' FUND 09/09/88 : ; ,' .
t GENERAL ". "I i i :14r334-700 (,STATE GRANTS REVENUE : ';:j v"; ,,' \;. ;i \ .49667.00,
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ACCOUNT. NUMBER .ACCOUNT TITLE ,, 'it i. :.,188-89BUDGET'. ', ,: AI'IOUN1. r'14-337-100' ''" / I SANTA' FE' COLLEGE GRANT ; ::"ti /" 10* OO.00.

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10-37-524-99 ZONING QUARTERLY REPORT INCORPORATED :< < 1950.00 ; \: '. 'v: l
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14-385rlOO TRANSFER AND OTHER REVENUES. ,, .
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10-39-325-10. COMMUNICATION' SALARY .AND MATCHING FUNDS, ',31701.00 LIBRARY"IUND :
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.a "TOTAL' h"'ATED" REVENUE PUEtlC 141/750.00,

10-39-325-30. ., COMMUNICATION OTHER OPERATING COST .1 ,,' \ 5480.00 ,I" : \,' ,' ;,. : ; : ,1 ." ':" ',
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'10-39-325-60. COMMUNICATION: NEW .EQUIPMENT, OVER sVoO'.OO''AAGRICULTUREHE'SALARIES / ,,,, ",: ." .,,, \ 455.00 ,, :,"",',;', :.,. .:' .;'1. ,' ':" '. :' ", ,: '" ",. ," "

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10-41-537-10, J :\ ) ,' ;. : A'll,'), ) ESTIMATED REVENUE! LESS ,,5'+ DISCOUNT i 'y ', ,' ,,'-. !:',. 134,662.50r
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10-41-337-60, NEW EQUIPMENT' OVER .f1C0.\.':, I.V !,i'/ ,ir," \!\;"!.. 1 ;00'0 .oo':!, 14"1 1" 01,100. ,, ,"I\Si"'P'j\{ \ '!!, \" r}j",:c OASM:;''''';'''.''.j\3R000NiORkARDEtu.6'/' '.\"., '.''I,<\I',, ,;..."..1 ,'\II,! ("" ,r"I.".I''. i ..''.'""\ "".j'\,)!\' ",.," ':"',7\..',( {r, j'r'\ri' .jI. ''I"') ,Jr, '/ r.;\," ,''' '' .(\"''' '
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10-42-553-10':, VETERAN OFFICER SALARY AND MATCHING 'FUND <" : ''..,620.00" 'TOTAL'; ESTIMATED' REVENUE( AND: CASH BROUGHT. FORWARDED .166603.50
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10-42-553-30 VETERAN"OFFZCER OTHER OPERATING COST >1"/:1 ;. 650.00 '" ( ', '
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10-43-562-52 WELFARE PAUPER BURIAL COST. ,1"\:1'1: )\ : ;' : 3/500.00, 'ACCOUNT"NUMBER'
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10-46-562-82 'BRADFORD COUNTY HO"'EI'IAKU."' COST'' : I 8/272.00 '
,.. I 14-57-571-10: LIBRARY. ,. SALARIESOPS' AND 'MATCNING'FUNDS'' 77693.00

10-47.562-80.: MOSQUITO 'CONTROL LOCAL ALLOCATION COST ." ,.'.J.>:;L\; ,, 'i; 30238.00 "l4-57-S71r30 OTM'Ii" OPERATING '
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10-48-562-80 MOSQUITO CONTROL STATE ALLOCATION .COST ",:::;:';: ,23826.00 CAPITAL ,
OUTLAY 's
: ',.. "I 314757-$71-64' EQUIPMENT' ,t. 48/000.00
10-52-563-82 BRADFORD COUNTY GUIDANCE CLINIC 'COST' !C'G:f"" :;', .\" ,72430.00 S <:' J.!; ',: '

10-54-562-82: BRADFORD COUNTY' RETARDED CITIZENS CO'T"T"T"f" :;,:\\: \ (', '. !\\r;: r: 13.000.00' 14T57-571-66: ' LI5RARY''BOOKS' AND PROCESSING'' COST"' (:,',.',.If.,.''f, '.1..\1 1'i\Y1$\ ,.';.',' ,'..,\ 13*921 00

a .. ,d' t/, ,,, : I 14-57-571-99. RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCY ,. 'J'. .(, ',;?:!;;::"'I. '1\'I.li\ : vt\ ( 2,859.00

10-55-569-82- 'BRADFORD COUNTY CONCERN CITIZENS' .COST/' 'j:' ", Ir'' !', 1500.00' ",!"'Jl.\ if. '' ,'::, '"hiv.\'I\ : "J1i\\{\ ,i'' ,.t'" .t' .' ,
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'. TOTAL, APPROPRIATION ,PUBLIC.., LIBRARY. .. ""fUND 1 ? ijIMVI'I( :' ,: ,' I,> ./.166"603. 00
PUBLIC 79963.00' at't: t ', ',. '.1".. '' '!'!;.' ",I' :;;I: ;" ," ".V.
10-57-571-80 LIBRARY DEPARTMENT COST '" \\I ,1 ,< "
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l6-75-5fs-83 COUNTY .DEVELOPMENT"' COST : ,;, ; :' ; (r10.pQ0.00 ACCOUNT NUMBER TITLE l'i1ue-.89 BUDGET AMOUNT"'

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.10-7-511 -'O COUNTY BUILDING'IMPROVEfIIIENT ,, ,"' *. COUNTY 'SALE ON GASOL.INf.1U"t',: ,':: \ ; ,t'.4" ,900.00
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SOIL CONSERVATION. COST ., :,"I.: :, :\\.1' ;3500.00, 20-335-100! STATE .REVENUE ON GASOLINE TAXES'' .-: -. ";" .353815.00
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10-80-591-99 < C **' 20-360-100! BUILDING RES./ INTEREST EARNED 8 ETC ; 1" 207.400.00TOTAL''ESTIMATED.
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TOTAL APPROPRIATION"-GENERAL. FUND., 'r I'1'.'\. ',,11:1'ill.h;. :.::. ;.. (I;, ,'j,'!i" ""."" ,M'\, ':. ". : '. ,',' t'" ', ; .:,'1 ;../i H.' $\i\'li\' / ;',:,/', ,: '. .
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'01i 'U N T Y MOSQUITO .'LOCAL .. '... .' 08/30/88 : ESTIMATED'' REVENUE' LESS' sx. '" 'I'I'' : '' ''; :, ;1/243/811.95, ,
B R AD' D C ,0 CONTROL / ,TOTAL. .DISCOUNT ,. : 7, .
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ACCOUNT NUMBER '.. 'ACCOUNT TITLE :" ': "'1988-89: BUDGET AMOUN1 ,'. yJ kWdRDED'I' 'I" .' 'r%'. 'V,: ,
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11-389-900. v TRANSFER FROM FUNDSTOTAL ,. .. .. ; ,.VV'\: "; ,, I. ;'" \ ,' : } ::
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ESTIMATED REVENUE. MOSQUITO CONTROLLOCAL! 184961.00 (1 ; '.TOTAL: ESTIMATED REVENUE AND; CASH. 1354734.95

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ESTIMATED SX A 0.F 0' R D c ,0 u N T :Y TRANSPORTATION :' .
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.,.' ::!' TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE LESS .5X, DISCOUNT 'I. ; '... *.::1'1','''';' ;,;,;.>, .,115,71, 2. 93! II ,' .
,''I.1 ,, '1'n, ,, \ \, ,' .. ,.' ". ; SALARIES. S ,, "' $ 42.420.00tO11.54130
/ AJC"INGi'U" ,
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1110t100'J' : OFF SETTING 3X DISCOUNT'j' : : : \ :,,:;:; : >', \ 9.248.05COUNTY ,' ''TU'NSPO'RTATJON' OTHER OPIERWTING', C .ST.\r:: ;.'' ;' >T l'" / 102660.00.
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':' '; 10.11 -341-31.: COUNTY ,. I"" ,

D" ; r "''O QUtTO ',CONTROL.LOCAL', s .;,; -.JiX 1,' ":: ;', f 08/30/88 ;;. 'i'ij: :)\:,, ; \:,.',,: : 29030.00
9"R" AD FOR : !20-11-541-34 SURVEYOR fEES AND COST ; : :.
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ACCOUNT NUMBER" ACCOUNT TITLE' .s ':82943.00 2!> -,1-S41-U :RENTAL AND PURCHASE. AGREEMENT' 0' ,E3UIIREPAIRS' ,, M: X!":: i ), ,'45100.00

SALApJES.'OPS''AND'MATCHING'' ''UN S'C' '
M/'C 'CO'ST : ; ', 115000.00
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11.4j-56210 \ 2!Q-11-541-46 AND MAINTENANCE ,
. of' -A 25/338.00 ." i'' '" I ( .

11-47-UZ-'O .M/C OTHER OPERATING. COST, I' : : 20-11-541-5a .MATERIALS FOR UPKEEP ,OF.AOA. S/UIDGU ii:,: ::: '44/400.00' .
.. 1 76660.00. 1',1.1" ', ', '
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11.47-362-44' ""c RENTAL AND, LEASE AGREEMENT COST 20-11-341-5* 2 GAS, OIL:> ''n3icANTS ETC; COST,,* \ ,x ;' ,.'J, : ,,, .. 78330.00:)
'184961.00 ' ,:.\', ,
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"'TOTAL APPROPRIATION MOSQUITO CONTROL. .. S; 4 .ft '. EQUIPMENT OVER S100.00' ; a" ","" ': 45000.00
NEW ;
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.. ':'"', ,. MOSQUITO' CONTROL STATE, ,6.>. 1'11'\.1,] ':\ >. J ""ol/30/ea. NEW CONSTRUCTION OF OUNTY''ROADS'' COST '::,Ii!? /' ': "' '. 225030.00
A' 0 K p' ''CO. U''N, T Y, < ,. \ : .. 2011341652dli34170! \ /. (" .1) ',<'j" \" '

9,. \ >R( to"-0 ',F, 1988.89'BUDGET, l'9' T'f'NU.aR. PURCHASE. COST'I 1i:Tj;rl a1( ;,;.; 19365.00
; 'ACCOUNT'TITLE: ;,,?. .?,, .'<,. ,. ',t ,. 'CAITAL'OUTLAY': : I r, Ifik ,12_:' ,a, : ,
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.ACCO", I" 'l'''.''" ..,;ALLOCATIONS 1, : REVENUE ., ->, ;;. 1; ,?.'/,,,1'1.. ,;1" 5,000.00. ', ZO-13- 4C's 1GN/''ShOP'' SALARY MATCHING. t I OHE", "".'.'.CeSTS, /J1 '<'" :." :,,,.7 :; 22/976.06

12.389-900 STATE '. '.. 1'1'' :,' :" :. ,' .

ESTIMATED'" REVENUE: MOSQUITO': CONTROL- .STATE" ''J .f r''I .,.,. .. '15000.00. ,( 201354132lO'H" : ', DEMONSTRATION ,AND 'CONST, UCTlO COST. (f '", '" ,, : ,. :"":' '1e/900.00.
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TOTAL' : ,, .
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.. ,,, ) *' AGREEMENT RAILROAD ,COST;: (< 15000.00
"I 750.00 -;4'-0' ,MAINTENANCE, ?
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ESTIMATED 5X ;:! ( I' '

r ..i'/. '',i" ',',it,,:I" ', '". '(", '. eO-ij-341-59 I' CO'VNTY' SURPLUS PROPERTY, COST' ,, ; ;." ..V.; 8/500.00


LESS 5X D ISCOUNf'' :"'' ;;: .. (,\: 14.2 S0.00 .ESTIMATED' REyENUE ". ,'. : <$//j'Ir:t i't' '':4r !' '' '. '" r I. .
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\ r. 750.00 '. TOTAL
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12.101-100: ,. '" '; ,.. <,:, ,., ,{/, ,,;, ,. IT., ::1\ l. D f, 0 R D'ACtoutT Crtf'0 h T Y FINE AND FORFEITURE 'UN' -' OS/30/88
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';" ,!" ';: 'j, H.UOUGltt'OR:; ADEDtrt'!: '5/000.00 '/1' ''I;.,;: ., .
.'TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUE AND A S, ,' 'I)." ',' ';"F''i'' .' "'//,' ." ; Y',3.}! ',: "-; 'NUMBER ': ACCOUNT TITLE ''r'; : t" ,SS,1958.09:' BUDGET 'AMOU'"'
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a It. 0 It 0 U '. ., '. 30-311-100 TAXES, .897 MllUge'. 'I\'V.II"'t ::4?"l1S.00''O3'
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f988.89lUDGET "
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NUMBER : r : : ;, : > ''nl.t '; -' STATE GRANTS REISBUASRlWTlTEU 274730.00, .
ACCOUNT, ., '''" ., ,:. ,. .It. ,: ,,,;,.''ii'''''.$ ',' r 1000.00, '! .. ., (',, '
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12-48-32-10" MATCHING FUNDS COST : .1. 30i4b-i6b;;' F/B ,CIVIL INTEREST EARNED: C OtMER'FLE' s'.i ':'" I "T '":Vaai/isjuoo' *

14000.00 .. ,
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12-48-342-48 OTHER v TOTAL, ESTIMATED REVENUE FINE AND FORFIITURE. fUND .

STATE I 13/000.00 -' .. .
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School Board Won't. Sign ,

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Clay Deal on KH AttendanceSchool :';I"\\iV.j"; L" uIL' \ : ;
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board members won't ficials say Clay can't earn state ,: ( .:.-, "r. 'r ';' ;
agree to sign an agreement with the monies from Bradford students in ,' ,' ;' "N""OTICE 1 O"F '; (' '.. ;, '.
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Clay County School Board over at- Clay schools without the agreement. I
tendance at Keystone Heights Supt. Duncan said he asked Supt. ( )'\ '. '
schools said in. 8 Wiggins point blank, if she is ready, '"'''' : ;" '\;
they a Sept. ,
to send the 116 students now atten- : \f.I.;; i-i"r' ,

meeting.Th Bradford board has% adopted ding KH schools to Bradford board County. BUDGET HEARINGThe ",. ", ', :,' :: ,
told the Sept.
Supt. Duncan ,
Jim ,
an open policy, giving Supt. : "
Duncan authority to release, 8 that he informed Supt. WiggIns '
that he nor the Bradford school ; .
students to other counties and to ac-
board want to be. part of a policy
cept students from other counties to '
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attend Bradford schools If their already violated.
Board Member Rodney
home will release them. Veteran
county Hall defeated in the first primaryby
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has Currently an attendance, the Clay zone School two Board miles James Watson, urged the boardto of Starke Florida has '

ford around County Keystone students Elementary.outside the Brad-two the attempt problem to by work next out fall.a solution"It's'an to I City ;

mile zone, as defined by Clay school emotional issue ,when a parent '
allowed attend doesn't know where his child can go adopted 'for
officials, are not to tentatively Budget "
neighborhood Keystone Elemen- to school, Hall said.

schools tary, and some must IS miles attend Bradford Watson Welcomed... Fiscal Year 1988-89 A Public Hearing

Clay officials say Keystone Both outgoing Board Member ,
Elementary is overcrowded. Rodney 'Hall and Supt. Duncan '
Bradford school board members welcomed newly elected Board
have never cared for Clay's exclusive Member James Watson to the board, 'to make a Final Decision on the ,,\ ,

policy, but they singed it last ,.and offered any assistance, .
year. Aa has happened each sum- Hall asked that Watson be supplied -
mer, discussion over the Clay policy with any communcation from "
concerning KH schools arose again the administrative offices that is Budget and Taxes will be held 'on >,; -" ,

this year when the annual sent to the other board members between ': ..
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agreements came again. now and his November in- ;
The Clay board up this summer ap- stallation. : Tuesday September 20 1988 1 at 7:30':
proved to attend KES one student Supt. Duncan agreed, and offered "
from outside the two mile zone. That .to visit with Watson and answer any
violates the Clay school board's own questions. Chairman Schlofman urg-
policy'and Bradford school officialsare ed Watson to attend the Florida p.m. at City Hall 209 N. Thompson St;.: ,
leary of a law suit by parent of School Board Association's sessions '
a child not allowed to attend KH for new members this fall. "
schools. Watson and his wife, 'Joan Starke Florida. ( <, ,
"Let them be sued," said Brad- teacher at Brooker Elementary attended

ford School Board Chairman Len the meeting., "

Schlofman at, the Sept. 8 meeting.The .
chairman wants the Bradford Special Diploma... v
board to remain clear of any possi- A special light diploma for

ble litigation over the KH atten- children classified as handicapped ,,'} .,',; ,," '. .
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Bradford has students ,, J ", ,:,,,1.1, :[ ', '. '1"1" ,'. \', '..' \ ".,' '1'''' ; ,', '" '
education "
dance situation. policy exceptional was ( , ,' I,1 ,,' ., '.\.' '" J", ,! ''
always been to release any students approved by the school board, and is
who requests to attend Clay schools, allowed by state law, Supt. Duncan, l" I., <1' r,' (\'( "I, ;, ., 'd '" f ,, ,,",. e I 'I" ." ,W'. ""'''"' ''' \ ,., ".'''\\1 ,,"'" ', ,' ,',
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or the schools of any Signinga said. : : ,
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in addition to does ,
second agreement, The. special diploma not :' ,"" ,,,1/: ,, I" BUDGET >.,SUMMARY ( :,, ':'':', {riy'''I'\.,' ', [,', ','
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'Its opend door. policy agreement, reduce the number of required :' ,
would join the Bradford schoo credits which is 27, but students can "
board with the Clay school board in substitute more vocational coursesin :: v. CITY OF STARKE, FISCAL YEAR 1988-89
trying to defend the KH policy after lieu of some specific academic '.1 '
violating it with one students.,; subjects, ,::'
Supt. Jim Duncan after telephone Denise Adams, coordinator of ex- '
conferences with Clay; Supt., Ann'' ceptional education, recommended, ':i. OF THE ,CITY OF ,STARK! ',ARE *7.5X HORE. .THAN '

'Wiggins reported that Clay is adoption of,the, diploma.. She cited ,: '
."...very,.,very upset that we didn't .d' ', 1' r', .,' .' ,LAST YEAR'S TOTAL, OPERATING ,EXPENDITURES!: !: "

sign. the (KH) agreement"Clay, !>f-. SM Pag UA I ?,: ; General Trans Internal Self Capital Utility Sy.. Reel eat Ion1 Total

'.. fund 'Trust Service Insurance 'Projects 'Bevenua Board
\\1.t REVENUES '. '
!: j Fund Fund Fund Fund Fund
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tr .: M Valorum Taxes ,';:( ',' :; 1 0, 00. .' + ,'( il ': ''I ,': '; ." 150,000'
";,. S81.ndUeeTax.. r.\lr/:1"I'1' : : '> .,-.," /i,1( ,," ," '. '

Grand Opening ,. Franchise Fees IW'I, ;?';!',,1't;",;,.;:",:;. ",," 15,000 ,,,'.;";,. ", :, .":,' '. ,,''.if. "'1\,0',:," x'1,5,;'\;, "I',"! ,,I'' ':;. ," :,,,101 .,000'
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Utility Service Taxes l'Ii'l' : 202000 "i ', '. 115/000 ,, I 311000.
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A Dance Club : Other Taxes $ ', ,15J,000 d 1,1" .1'.r. ,1 15J,000
For AU .:,t :;',I.:''Jtr), .IP nI':t" .> : ( "f'1\ .' 1\," :': ; ,: .,, \, '''.:; 'r i"i" >, '.',':... : .,.:n iJI;: ) ; 'ylfd, :;" ,'; I" ". ,
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i,''- Licenses and Permits l I';;' I" :" I t, <, :' \ .' ;'''. '\ ., '; r: ii. .,.' ..,t.iZ(, :,);:,' ', '!I" '

Ages "t lonal/Dccupatlonal', 'II, '., ,,1 I 25,000" <, ,. : ,' 'I, '' ( ,. \, 25,000
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k Say YES to Boogie '/(: Building Permits I"' ;': ';:" .' ,;' 9,000 ."i ;,. n, ,,. .; 'i", i',, '.;', ';" i,. ; '!J',''y ; ;\ilI''i, ,' ,,"I", '1" '.< I ,I, I' .,000...
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1'300
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Fridti tl' & NO to Booze t .:; k-", c'O\her'... I b,1tI\1} ii.,i \ f ,f\I'\\ \, iJ ilriJ!!' ; o1t" i)1>lf'', a'r'I''f,, \,hrV'I; !dy'e:, '/fi AS ',..tq.\SP, ..;TI?k' ;J fq: ::";d ;4" vj ':>;'',I J i/Y,;mrq:J 4\1'' .il.j\) ,; \,;'t' ",' .":",;:;';'''':)'.::4r'' '3OOj J1i

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flight without bootm ant ;Revenue5! : : ;: : : \ ;: : '35f251tJ1
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-.. .a. 8:00-1111 dm fi.n, opal 'jv: Local Grants : 4,300 '' t ''' ., : ,";" ,' : ; ,, ,, ;} 4JOO
Monday-Sunday ." "' ,;,!In '"I' r '," '' :ill'i\'c'I,1' q\II.;\ '' '!" J ,;' '! : \I: ':, ');,: ,', ," ,
: ; '''lh\l'1\: 'iW.g."I''I'} j .uM"I\I "t'"IiI" ,'' : ,
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Charges : f" 'LI-'I,!, ;:" i' /I"I\I"1" u""Y"" ?'" ,, '''!' }: .
A Wide Variety of pancing Physical fnvhonnent.'Jft.ii, \ :\ I'" :'f' ;. "" \' '':,' .'. '\ IVJ.I:; )''i.r)\\i; #,\ '91'N'lj! tor\'( ('!1{ t ""N0I\! ', ",': ;\ ,I 'I I .,:;'ir'j'::0,'.,. ,, ',' .

Will Be Offered: .,:{.;: Electric: ,r ':; : F f !... :,.',!' :"?".);U S:;:',:, '{" ji;" : <, .,( :! :' '::4,515,000 ," 4,313,000
Rock Country '.,;t' Mater :'\t .J : ,, I .. I, ,' )""; \s" ;' ; "tfa, ', :'f, \ .ti 327' ', ; :,327,000
a Ballroom ..3 : : : $ ;I ;" [1: :r1, '( \ :, : : I\I-;\}'r,1,,j\h\ 'p446 : .,
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Sewer 116.500Gas
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RAP Square l4 : \ ." 'i. "" "j" ,, I. ,\" { :b"",\\ i' '
pisco .i; >.": > 1,),' : ;,, '"i" ., 1"\1', \ 'I"(,t,; ,. ;\ :, : \: ,':''' (", I'rl28,5OO 828,500
', "'t' ." I' .. ,''' }.'. '" ?:, +,',I 'ttf '.,; !I/1,1"' ( .:. ,il{ ,' ,
< Garbage/Solid MastsCultureRecreation ", 240000 ,'.,. ,'I' :' 11;;:,' .1.t Ie;"; : ., : (" :' 240,000
MembershipsStill '
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.v : )'::1<"'. I'' ", ): ".'.", ,,'' "' ,l''f',}' "'," (.'j'' :" +,''I"'JIj\j'I".,' '';:,I/1/\II,1:: : ;' '; I .,,J;.9'1' ,!:,"' Y'I" 1(' \., 1 ,"' .';', "" ,'", 46,000 46,000
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Available : ,Other Charges for: Services '3 n1)' \' "t'f'f' \ ,f.i. ';.!{Y \;\' ") ''t I.j 119,000@f0, ('! \ \"';'\:\\i.v\\ ',)i 1 i' ; 1":I' 119,000
':'/1 : ;h' .\ ",:.;..... I,.;,': .;,i"d'llr: : :' <',; ,' \\lj.rIf"I"'n: !; : ,:,'/',;" ;,!, :'." 11., \ ,' :
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lifetime .:Al Fines and Forfeitures: ,.;\1 t%' "I"l ::11 '/ 35,000. I\".' \ i ,, ,., I "IS,:h'..,' ( \orfi! ,,'"' ,',:' ''J'' ', '1!,' i" ;'i'. {'" I" I 35,000
$5 00 1".1 'J ; :" 1'1 \ ; ; ",I.. ).' : ,'r'" ,
Only ,Membership ::: : ; : ,: ,; },: .; : ,'
.t Miscellaneous: Revenues ., ." "I,: ,. :" ,' ., I
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(Small Cover Charge at Door) I''' ',' ; '. ,
1 Interest Earnings 12,000, 22,000' } ,4oo,000 434,000''
CLU Rents ,'I"', .". 19,000 .. .. ': C ,14,000 J3ooo
BOOGIE'S' 'DANCE ::( Other Miscellaneous Revenue, 8,000 ," ". .' ; : 15,100 'I 4 23,100

of City Limits on 3O1 t ,. \;.",,, 'j',' : .' \ I ,-
Total Revenueh " '. I '( ,' "" } 1",1'.1'1\1\" : \ ;" h ,' ,. /. .
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,Other Financing Services: 'i" ;" 1,1 "
''Everyone Welcome ::(,i' Interfund Ttaro ors-In 400,000 61,360,I' 103,000 23,000 40,000 629,360

z:+> Debt Proceeds 4 225,000 ". ", ,225,000
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: Other Non Revenue Receipts '
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$2.00. Cover. l. '

)$:; Total Revenue > Other Financing. ,

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;i: Balances Beginning of Year 34,337 34,337,
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.- ., _.- ?:r: Balances Beginning of Year: 1,441,162 274.860 222.000 47.000 265,000 "' 6.661.100 46,000 8.957.131'

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Built ToughPriced .:; Fund (Trust Service Insurance': :: Projects ii Revsnu 'J : Board '
.t exroronvRES AND USES Fund Fund Fund' Fond 'Fund"' ,
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Legislative '
Easy 37,018 37,018 '
,. A, Executive!: : 36,323 36,323
l1 4\ Financial and Mulnlstratlve: :' k 74,844 ;, ,.::144

., f Legal'Couns.l ; '.13,000 ", ,, '. <.1' I .. 15,000'Yo
y_ CcrpreheneIve Planning ./ \ 6,000 '. ,' '. 6,000
M.:* other General Government' Services'' 99,840 1.41,000"" "' :'. ,. '. 146,840
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:& Public Safety I'' yta 'f...;" :,, ', : '. : ..; (\
NODFl. 225 ,' 'i Law Enforcements '? 4211,1311"I"'I', : ,',"1 : ',, .' 425Y ,138
Fir Control ; ,, '\\\r'\: ; ;: ((. '. elp.'w'. ;; ': '
4: ; ,200,1515'I. \. : "i r \ f ; ""i\il\ f' 200,613
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Physical: tnvtronment: : ,. ,I "., I "" '. ",I ,j-0','' ," s\" ." \ ", .," '"i'' !:!;\\'''''"t ,'\\1'':. ', ,."','. ""I".01"1"' )'i'(""'',j{J ,,I.'i".J I\, .,./,' ', \ .

">if ElectricJVrj ', c '". ,' ,' '; '' ', .', ,:3S42,144 .
+ ,/ ] -' ;1.)1"1'1' ; ; : v., 3,342,144..
Mater 'V./' I! '..:', : --x" 1.' i56.7ooj 1. ,100 ,
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i 't..*'.t O.W8s? i : .I"' ':'i: .'' '.J'':;j1. i42! <5'MJV, 215.912.Gae "

:::S .r ;.:' .,,. <, &feV'\ ,; \": : ; 1IPifiS13J19I':' ... 573.369t. ,
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$17999. jjj t Garbage/Solid jVnV', .
:; Mast* 217.823 :1 ,; :. ': ; ; : ;: i\if! 'i". \1.I:.,. : 217,623
.!'?< ; Other Physical dwlrams: ? ., -"- -,,; .211t,5OO <'," ,. ., 'i""I;;'.):,," ';;" ,: .,:';, : ; ;, )'; :" ,;i. r'I"'f'" ) "' ; '' '' : .
Quick-start Ignition Auto chain oiling ,14". bar Light weight'Poulcm '; :Tt' atlon'' ,;" ,,' \, :" ., .' .: '..,: : ','1\"I! ;" \ :;'' '.: ,' '. .' I'' ,

.i ,265O00: ( '; t <';/ :': ;' ,I'; ',( '|:S :, '' 482,360

f."OJlture;: Recreation ( ,' .: \ : :,.," :
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PRO'The :)A Parks and RecreationServicePrincipal ", '.,' 122.033 : ; .' : 46,000 168.033'
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.:;- 20,000'j ,;:1.: 20,000
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'7be professional best for serious woodcutters. A.Debt' Betvics-Interest ""I 13,916 ,' '. 181s, ,'" .Ii" 493.416
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NOW AT THESE ,},Total Expendituree/txpenses ,",1/, .,. ,: ,,1 '. ', N '
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.. KIYSTONI HOTS .:*/:* / I.: ,," I ; \1, (,J''.;.:,, ', ', .," ,.i4\l'\ ;; ,...r : ."
STARK Bob'* Lownmower & .'4 Other Flnanetna Uses ,' .", }o" ;\ ," / ,," ,, 1
Florida Pest Control Stake Powt Equip. Chdrnow Repair ffii, interkund Transfers hot: .-.l; "" 92,610 "I'Vfftl'; '\ ." ;a'r" :' ; ...,In";!;; ""i "' 417,250. 369.660 '
639 E. Cab st. 438 S.Walnut Street It- 21 North' ,.*+<, Capital ..t "Uonk"i 77,000 37,500 3,500' ; If"" .ueooo !j M'
064-674 964-8568 473-0233 MbrkIng' Capital : !'11" i \ $ >' '" ,i" i ; 1.U4.173 1,114115I

i .. _- A.de1_ M1/b..era T.t._ ..4..,.ae..a.. _..1l) 5U_.1_ rw_#. rY ;t 1 tat expenditures: and Uses 1.441.162 374.B6O 222.000 47.00O 265,000 6.881.100 441.000 8.5'1.122 '
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1))Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the total points scored I I
,.. immediate families are welcome to enter but there in the Bradford High School game each week
is a limit to one entry per person each week. (except,the Tornadoes open week-, that case;we,
2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the will use the Gator game) as a tiebreaker. Please fill I ,
TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the In the points you think will be scored by the e
TELEGRAPH office before 4 p.m. each Friday Tornadoes (Gators) and their opponent combined
afternoon.,Fill in all the blanks with either the name in the tiebreaker blank. For instance if the score in I
', of the team you think will win or"tie" if you think the Tornado game was Tornadoes 10. Opponents 7, '
the game will end in a tie. The person who picks the correct score was 26 points. '
the;most names right will win the top prize. 4)All decisions of the judges will be final.A second
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Tel:964-7500 Gainesville 372-0103 Jax.282-4522 I f-i '
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$ 322 8.Walnut St. Starke 964-7O14
SHOP 4,5 (Next Door to Lake Area Gl *.) _
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KEEP REDDISH SHERIFF

RV Park, .

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Radio Tower D.K. GRIFFIS BACKHOE 1

Get Go-Ahead & DUMP TRUCK .

FREE ESTIMATES t
I LOCAL a EXPERIENCED
unopposed special exception\
Two GUARANTEED a :
SATISFACTION
were unanimously approved by ,
three members at the Bradford WITH THIS COUPON I j '
DISCOUNT
County Board of Adjustmentment at 1 5% i ( '
Its Thursday Sept. 8,meeting. INSTALLATION SPECIALIST
The application of Earle R. Kraft CULVERT p _
was granted to allow construction of TRASH TRUCK & "
an RV (recreational vehicle) over AVAILABLE" ,. 1'-,.
night park on 11 acres fronting GRADE TRACTOR / '
US-301 between Eunice Road and Ik
.
Tram Road two miles north of 9646154SUEL'S ,

LawUy.Kraft said he plans a three phase ': '. ;,,,
development of the property with ." 1"
phase 1 consisting of 43 overnight Dolph E.,Reddish S .,'1'
parking spaces with more than the
required 1,200 square feet per space. ':' :
He said phase Z and 3 would be RETIREMENT HOME, YOU ARE INVITED :" ) ", ,' ,'
would be more ," i iI ,
developed later and FACIUW"x, rf. .
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park-like with less density than CONGREGATED LIVING I "" ,
phase 1. The later phases would Include ACLF-ADULT AST. CPR '" Headquarters s for;I' '' I G': .: .>;<;
a recreation hall and other CERTIFIED NURSING, To come by our 'REDDISH FOR SHERIFF1 Campaign y, ......
amenities. Kraft said, and would & '

The eventually property Include has 1,343 paved feet of streets.frontage FIRST, AID TRAINED STAFF' workers information. about tthe

on US-301. a cup of coffee, conversation with our ,


New Ermle Radio Jones Tower,' representing... the campaign,.literature.'for distribution, to volunteer your help; '

First Baptist Church of Starke, requested -
special exception to con.

struct .a....new 300-foot leased high by radio the We are located at the corner of Call and Walnut Streets across from thet'' '
tower on property ,. :
church from The Lamp of Jesus, Florida Theater. S ..'
headed by Ben I -
Inc., a corporation .
Hightower, owner of a. blueberry ,
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Road, about one Y r '

I farm mile open off on SR-100.rust Forsyth The property is zoned W;+. We are open from 9 A.M to 9 P.M, Monday Saturday. :, .' ...l'>,

Jones said the new tower would {
replace the one now is use by the'
church's radio station WLTG-FM, If you cannot come by give us a call at 9643333. ? ,'I" ,
'and would enable its broadcasts to GROUP HOME FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR S'r
cover an area within a radius of approximately .- ADULTS REASONABLE RATES

Wattage at 100 the miles.new tower comparedto will be DAY CARE AVAILABLE ELDERLY'ALONG.wrr\-t\ Your help and support is needed and greatly appreciated. :
Increased to 7500 KW as
the present) 250 KW now being used -, WEEK LONG TERMS 24 HR SUPERVISION"

.Jones,who is station manager of Atmosphere with a Home Type Setting.Planned FOR EXPERIENCE"', 1
WLTG, said the tower has already 'A Country "THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE
been approved by the Federal Communications Activities I .
Commission and the ,sus Loft Walker. 1 mile| South on St Rd.'Phone October 4.
Federal Aviation Administration. FL Pd. PoL Adv Dem. Vote on
468-2619 325. Hampton.
Jones was questioned by the board r '
concerning, possible interference -
which brought complaints .,. ..
problems -
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several years ago when WLTG was I
first established at the church. He
said that no problems, are an-
ticipated, and if they arise.they.will Interest
be corrected immediately. oPick Your
member Morris Starling
Boar ones if any such problemsdid
arise if they would be corrected.
within 30 days and Jones replied yes. '
The board also specified that the
tower, with a base spread of about '
SO-by-50 feet, and the proposed FORD rRate !'
10-by-16 building on the site must be ,

,I ,enclosed fence. with a six-foot chain link .


I Motor Company has'' ,your: best
rTer illegar Ford and Ford? ..
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,City, County $400 from Cash Ford k. interest at' heart during. our Y6ar-End- 'Close-Out- '--- Sale!. '

AgreeThe "

Bradford County Commissionand SPECIAL :FINANCE RATE

the Starke City Council have ,1987 'Ford ;Escort OR
agreed to the principal elements of '21S-36 37-48 49-60 CUSTOMER
whereby. ,12-24
,
an Interlocal agreement
each entity will provide sevices to MOS MOS MOS MOS ,CASH. 'ASSISTANCE

the other, in a mutually beneficial .

exchange.The City of Starke agrees to furnish -, ft1/88 ESCORI'' 3.996 5.9% 8.9% 9.9% '$300

,the County Zoning, Planningand Q (EX(%.EXPt ''
Building Department office SS- / ESOORTr 3.996 % 8.994 9.11Fl4 5600O
and a meeting place at City :
space .
EX(% EXPtft1888&:12)
to the ci- '
Hall,and to provide access 3.9% ,996 8.996. 9.9% $000
ty's copy machine and supplies. '
The County will keep 50 percent of EXP
$200
all zoning,. planning and buildingpermit .88 FESTIVAL 3.9%'' 5.9% ,8.9% 9.9%
fees as to real property collected 88 FESTIVA L7[ 3.9% 5.9% 8.9% 9.9'tiL. $300g '

The City in the of city Starke will continue to interest .From rPws

emergency calls for EMT's
answer
and provide extraction equipmentand $ CUSTOMER CASH BACK,
services. I 3.90/0 V 5OO -- -
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The city agrees not' to charge ,
county residents for participating in CASH BACK from,Ford, CUSTOMERS.
the city'recreation program unless MODEL YEAR VEHICLE ,DESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE
city residents are also charged for _
City and county $600
theprogram. 'THUNDERBIRD EXCWDESTURBOCOUPE
,residents will be treated In the same T-Bird rr.ra 87/88 ALL MODELS 500
TAURUS
: En/88
manner. 400
,Bradford County will provide funding 87/88 TEMPO 'ALL MODELS
for health library, zoning and '' 87/88 MUSTANG 2.3L MANUAL TRANSMISSION 500
radio maintenance for the city, except MODElS ;
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for the 'Police Departmenr ,, BRONCO '4X4 750
En/88
500
radios.:
U 14X2
I En/88 BRONCO ''
the
Bradford County agrees to pay 300'
MODEL
expenses of the Planning, Zoning 87/88 RANGER MODEL: ,750
,and Building Department other than ''En/88 ,RANGER EXCLUDES .
city postage and advertising,and expenses -, S S.7'F.SERIES AIL Y.l50 F.350 MANUAL' ,,500
incurred: In drafting Ordinances ,TRANSMISSION MODELS
of the' Comprehensive (EXCLUDES F-SurJlR: DUTY
Land Use Plan.Duration .
of the agreement is threeyearsafter'
which it may be 5TRnlil..
renegotiated. Effictive. date is .Oc- m
tober 1,198.!!
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me case of one'student who couldn't F-l5O's

graduate under current standards ..... '- .
adwho couldn't: go to work hilltime
for Winn-Dixie without a diploma. Back 'Back'
The board voted frO In favor. of the 300 Cash $ CfO Cash
special diploma., From Ford OxJvf From Ford

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Substitute Pool.. q. i

.A substitute teacher pool was approved j' Save While Rates are,Low!
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5-0 by the school board. in Our 'History
gest'Inventol'Y '"
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,"We go. Supt. '
reporter board.Planned \' '
Duncan ,.
at,the board's annual/Camp
Blanding meeting the pool was not TERWILLEGAR MOTORSO6472OO
in place at last month's board
meeting.
Administrator Charles 'Thomas.diredOI' FORD ,
473-
of cummunity education, 371-1096' l'
was credited by Supt. Duncan with 388-FORD Keystone Hgts
substitute pool ready.' .
Betting Duncan the said that two courses have Starke Gainesville .t' Jacksonville C_ .. State Road.21. _. --
been completed: for proposed
209 W Madison
substitutes and there are W potential
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Gamble ,Florida's folk
Rogers top .'unique1\ I
presentation will followon
singer and story teller, will be the' Thursday, Oct. 27 when Califor Back, Back" Touring the country] /
'Starke centerpiece for the of Santa an exciting Fe season in, nia actress Pat Bond will, present ''a since its national broadcast on PBS I e'
College Fall Performing Community Arts Series. one-woman show at the Woman's this show brings to life the incomparable
Launching the 11th season of Club as the famous literary figure Of Stein and her friends Hemingway .
Starke's free and open-to-the-public1 the 'Twenties, Gertrude Stein; in Fitzgerald, Picasso and
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cultural series will be a concert of others. ....
baroque 'music' by outstanding ,. .
I,. vocalists. Those featured artists in- .,.,
,', : elude: Ingred Rosenshein and ..
.'. Rebecca Legum, 'SFCC Music S. Gamble Rogers ;
Faculty members,who will performon \ Pry
Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the Starke
.Woman's Club, long-time hosts of The SFCC
Fall Series' ,
will con
the popular Fall performances. Accompanied
by pianist Shirley Groth,, 'elude on Thursday, Nov. 3 with an
'upbeat (or downbeat)
the concert will include music' of 'jazz perforrmance
Purcell, Scarlatti, Vivaldi Handel by Tony.i! :,LaVorgna and,the1
,and Bach. Of special interest will be'a I' Atlanta 'ALLSTAR Quartet,, the
Purcell area with-trumpet and a finest J jazz group in the South (east of
Scarlatti chamber cantata for New'' Orleans). The Individual''
trumpet,two' violins,cello and harp-' members, of the -'Best Jazzgroup of
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,sichord. Ar ,1986"have come together from touring
''Accurately described, 'as an with greats like Henry Mancini, .'
,"awesome 'talent"' ,land an'' y 3s Oscar Petersori, (Herbie' Hancock
""American treasure", Gamble 'and Tommy Dorsev, _
i Rogers will perform at 7 p.m. on .' ,
Saturday, Oct. 15 in Starke's Performances; at the''Wop1an's ... .ft
'downtown plaza,the parking area of Club' all begin at 8 p.m and,will be
,." the SFCC, Starke, Center. '
The' F
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the ever-popular
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modern-day humorous troubadourwho 5lak,13gnd
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;11;,II' I\;; '\, plays guitar like(and with) Doc by,the Woman's Club.' ,
.' Watson and tells stories like no one
'.' else; will appear as a part of the
Starke Festival of Arty;

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News Briefs \


Roping ClubBurglary Officers found the victim very to a total of 133 calls/or/runs duringthe Medical Center. pie were dead, according\ to i Chap Eight calls were cancelled and two,
,SolvedA upset with bruises about the body month of August, according to Illness related calls topped the list man. .. were false alarms. I
and ----"
a wound the head. -
on 'According Supervisor Cliff Chapman. of'emergencies with 37
people .
man attempting to sell power to the victim the defendant entered Ninety-six transports required the needing attention. Cardiac patients
equipment led to the arrest of two her home with consent and began to transporting of 102 patients. Thirty- were the next highest need with 14 FOR SALE BY OWNER Gasllne Road
men who allegedly burglarized the assault her over a domestic matter, seven calls required no transpor- patients requiring Rescue.
Bradford t Roping Club. said McClain. Pass was later 'arrested ting. The back-up unit made 14 runs
Starke Police were notified by a at his home and additionally and one patient was transported by Eleven calls were to people In One Acre Lot v 2.072 sqft CB home Split Distribution: 3 bedrooms.
worker at a local service station thata charged with possession of cocaine, Trauma Ito University Hospital in trauma and another 11 runs were to two both-Central A/C(heat pump)w Finished garage and office* "
black male was trying to sell him a said McClain. Jacksonville.The people In trauma resulting from Breakfast counter dining room IMng/famHy room with brick
spray paint gun and a rechargabledrill. Pass was released after a' $4,000 majority of the patients 73, vehicle accidents. Ten people Buffered fireplace. New frame hop/storage bldg *ASSUMABLE PRIVATE
Officer Jerry E. Feltner later surety bond was posted. were taken to Bradford Hospital. respiratory problems one run MORTGAGE. Refrigerator dishwasher: range-New multichannel
located Terry Lee Thompson who Bradford Four patients were taken to Shands was to an obstretic patient and one Colortron TV antenna(40')with rotor
was also found in possession of four County Hospital 12 to Alachua General call was to a drug overdose victim.
packs of hot cocoa mix (taken from Rescue Answers Hospital and four to North Florida Three people suffered emotional
Bradford Roping Club)In addition to 133 Calls In Regional Hospital,all In Gainesville.One crisis and five calls were to stabbing Call;,Day 9 to 5 473-7256 -. Evening 473-3020
the gun and drill.The drill was Iden- ,August patient was taken to St, Vin- victims. Own. /Brook.'
tified as having been stolen from Bradford County Emergency cent's Hospital In Jacksonville. Two Two ,people' were In full,arrest
Thomas Lee Construction Companyand Medical Services Rescue responded patients were taken to the Reception when the unit arrived and five ".....-
the' spray paint gun had been
stolen from Bradford Furniture Annex '

Thompson, 24, of N.: Oak, St.' In r

Starke, was charged with three
counts each of burglary, grand theft
and dealing in stolen property, according One Stop Shopping Plus

Clain. to Investigator M. T. Me- -.


Thompson's arrest'led to the art
rest Sept. 8 of a co-defendentTom..,
my Brown, also charged with the
burglary, of the Roping Club, said .
McClain. Missing from the Club
were cassettes; a mike, tape, WE SELL ONLY Winn-JDixie"'
.recorder, ten cases of Coca Cola,
Sprite, hotdogs/ candy, fruit drinks,, U.S. CHOICE
meat and hot coca mix, said Mc
Clain 'The stolen goods. and TM ,
damages amounted to over $700. W-D BRAND e
Starke Police are in the process of
recovering much of the stolen items, o,, i '
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said McClain.
Brown was charged with burglary BEEF
and grand theft, criminal mischief,
dealing in stolen property and PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIELOCATION, :
possession of drug paraphernalia, ,
STARKE
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said McClain. He was released on wr n w-.owr r------wu
his Own recognizance. O
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Recent ArrestsIn

Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were made
,In Bradford County by local
authorities..

Priscilla 'Ann Dinkins, was 'arrested -
, Sept. 10 for possession of
crack cocaine and battery on law enforcement -
officer according to Lt
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John Hodges.Bond was set at$2,000.: >1
r A' CUBED
'Willie James Short 40? was 'arrested
Sept.:'11 for aggravated battery
according to Lt. John Demp-, QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS 1 W-D BRAND'
sey. Short was released after a sure' 'WMMMIM. TOMB MCPRICES
I ty,bond was posted J GOOD STEAKS U.S. 'CHOICE
LB., '
.John M.:'Brown, 36, was arrested THURSDAY-WEDNESDAY,..
Sept 12 for failure to appear, according -) SEPT. '5.21.1988, C"U.
to Deputy Harvey Rhoden. .S. CHOICE -
Bond was set. at $2,000 cash or surety -
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U.S. CHOICE UNTRIMMED'
t1 W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS ss SLICED FREE
Jerome Lennon was arrested Sept.,, ) '

'according 12 on two counts to Investigator of worthless check David SIRLOINROAST. TIP '$' WHOLE. 1012LB.. AVQ. $ 5 7

Aderholt.' He was released on his' : ,1'97 1WO ,
own recognizance...: TIPS
)1 SIRLOIN $
Chinal C. Covington was arrested .a :. La...... M
Sept. : t
9 for trespass after warning,
HICKORY SWEET LYKES REGULARBOLOGNA W-D REGULAR or THICK
retail theft, according to Patrolman
BUN MATES =:= = '='
Danny Thrift. She was released on SLICEDBACON or : SLICEDBOLOGNA

her, own recognizance. ., WEINERS '( FRANKS :::

Thomas Lee Franklin, 24, was arrested !

assault,Sept.according 10 to for Patrolman aggravated K. i3t; 98 < $188 99 49

R. Hinds, Jr. Franklin was als- 2
charged on a capias for petit theft, ..
failure to report to Salvation Army ( ." --
to complete probation. US D.A. INSPECTED 1-11 La. PKG.


Traffic, 'TURKEY FRESH GROUND. ; La 99C 1 OO % SATISFACTION FRYER DRUMSTICKS .. La 68'
John Cecil Padgett of Lake Butler'
BONELESS COUNTRY STYLE ,
,was arrested Sept. 9 for improper' '
tag according to Chief Ray Sim, FARMSTEAD $248 WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM YOU, HICKORY'SWEET ,$199 h

mons. He was released, after a RIBS.. '",. ;: ., .. ., LL GUARANTEEDWE ARE NOT PLEASED WITH OR BONELESS HAMS. La
$101.25 cash bond was posted YOUR PURCHASE PRICE. '

W-D $ 49. IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED, MADISON BRAND $-78 ,
2
Burl Lee, Rowland, 57,' was arrested CHOPPED HAM .' ,NEITHER ARE WEI
LS
: TURKEY HAMS. .
Sept. 9 for driving under influence : Lt
(DUD, according to Deputy r1 U.S.D.A. INSPECTED11 '
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LEANCHOPPED ( LB. PKO U.S.D.A. INSPECTED FARMSTEAD BONELESS
Barry King. He was released after a
$362.50 cash bond was posted, FRYERLEG TURKEY PORK ROAST

SIRLOIN QUARTERSEXTRA 1, '' WINGS Z
Donald Timmy Nolan was arrested 1 '
Sept.9 for DUI, driving while
license suspended (DWLS) and im-
$ .Oi77
proper tag, according to Lt. W., C., 43 $ $
Reno. He was released after a$2,250 '
surety bond was posted., LB. La. l8.

Jimmy Lee Moore, Jr., 50, of St.
Petersburg was arrested Sept. 9 for .
DWLS, according to Trooper W..M.. S S
,Abrams.' He was released after a I ---- ----7 I II
'$210 surety bond was posted. SAVEl SAVE j .
SAVE 50 t. NATURE MAKES THE PRODUCE'
Off TOTAL PUHCHAflrmct \
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James R.; Skelly; 18, of Keystone 'CLIP'' of ANY 1
Heights was arrested Sept.. 10 for ; RISN-MADS DELI c------ WINN-DIXIE MAKE THE,DIFFERENCE
DUI, according to Lt. Reno.Skelly's IN' : !; SANDWICH 1 1 '\
blood alcohol content,was .19 per Iti II I Of YOU CMOKIWtTN 1 "' I h..-n
cent.,He was released after a $362.50 'flu I I Iii COUfONAVAILABLE AT .
SAVE : Ally 1 ., '" .HARVEST FRESHSWEET
surety bond as posted. I DELI LOCATIONS 'I ..
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DWLS, according to Marshal Simmons 'SMOKED NICE t SLOW t, HERRLICH / ,\:: RED APPLES :. .
He was released after a $210 READY TO GO'' WHOLE VIRGINIA .
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Robert Dell Church, 24, of Mac: 4 La Fow
clenny was arrested Sept. 12 for SIZE,
DWLS,according to Patrolman Her- $299
shell Johnson.He was released aftera '
$210 surety bond was posted. La.r HARVEST FRESH 88 FRESH Q $'00ra
ONIONS : ,1 IS KIWI FRUIT I
Folt . "f.. ,
Anne Terwillegar Nelson, 35,of '"FRESH BAKED" GARLIC .- --r
Keystone Heights as Of CHEESE '/'- FLORIDAFRESH
11 for DUI, according to Trooper. "FRESH BAKED" BREADROUNDS CAMPBELL'SMUSHROOMS ,
M. Abrams. Nelson was arrested .' LIMES
after her involvment in an accident'on ; APPLE PIE C .1
SR-100 west of Starke at 9:50 p.m. ,

Further unavailable details at press of the'time.accident Bond were was 98 < I .I 10. M

set her at $362.50 own recognizance., Nelson was! releasedon SIZE .;EACH j39| ( r lot SIZE '



Starke Man ChargedIn


32-year-old Domestic Starke DisputeA man was arrested ,Fresh Product Clean Stores and

former Sept.e.Randall 12 for beating, his '

Green Pass was charged
with aggravated battery and assault
after police were called to the homeof
Pau former wife according to
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Jacksonville Man ,Motel In Starke. abused and physically beaten. She Starke Man from his arrest August 23. He was Willie James Simmons, said
Arrested Starke Police received a missing was taken to Bradford Hospital charged with grand- theft and Hodges.
In StarkeA persons bolo at 4:14: p.m. Sept. 10 where she was treated and released.At Again Arrested burglary ,when he was found in Bond was set at $5,000 for Ross,
38-year-old Jacksonville 'man stating that Dwana Higginbothamwas For Grand TheftA possession of stolen electrical wire. who was released on his own
was arrested Saturday afternoon bX missing from Jacksonville and 11 m. Donald Bond was set at$2,500 on the latest ,recognizance.Willie .
approximately p
Starke police at an area motel. could be In the endangered custodyof from the 29- ->ld'Starke man was charges, Aycox was released on his
Higglnbotham
Donald Michael Higginbotham of her estranged husband. Stare Police Station escaped but again arrested Sept. 9 for grand own recognizance Sept. 12. James Simmons 36, of
was
ap-
5124 LanUle Ct., Jacksonville Investigator Michael McClain prehended 20 minutes later, still theft and dealing in stolen property. Starke was charged Sept. 9 with
allegedly kidnapped his ex-wife received a tip a short time later handcuffed. Kenneth dealing in stolen property, accor
Dwana of; Levon Aycox allegedly Samuel Ira Ross, 24, of Hampton ding to Patrolman Gordon Smith. He
Higginbotham, also ,stating that the missing person was sold copper items stolen from the was charged with two counts of deal- was also of
Jaksonvile, from her apartment at the local motel and was being held Higginbotham remains in'' the Gator Ice Plant to a junk dealer In ing In stolen property Sept. 9 after drug paraphernalia charged with which possession was foundon
complex in Jacksonville at approx- by Donald Higginbotham. Bradford County Jail on charges of Starke,according to Investigator M. copper was found at Gator Recycl- him at the time of his arrest said
. imately 3 a.m.Sept. 10. Police arrested Donald Hlggln' kidnapping, sexual battery. ag- T. McClain. A J20.000 exhaust.fan ing In Starke, said Lt. John Hodges. Smith. Bond was set at $2 000, he
I According to police reports, Hig- botham at 5:53: p.m. at the Best gravated battery and escape, according was destroyed when Aycox removed The copper had been stolen from the was released on his own
ginbotham drove his wife around, Western Motel In Starke. Dwana to Investigator McClain. Bond $1,000, worth of copper, from the ice plant. Ross stated that Aycox recognizance
through Duval and Clay Counties, Higginbotham had been held for ap- has been set at$100,000 cash or sure- at the Ice plant, said Mc- had been selllifg copper from.the
for five hours threatening her before proximately 12 hours during which ty. Charges are pending from Duval equipment CSX railroad property and that he
checking into the Best Western time she was threatened sexually and Clay. Avcox: ,,Is already facing charges bought four railroad signs from Traffic CourtIn

BradfordThe
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before Judge George,H.
Pierce Sept. 6 in Bradford County:


I Unbeatable; .Everyday! Low Prices: received Traffic contest Wilma Court,final Jeanne driving disposition.where Lariscey while their pled license cases no


suspended (DWLS); present valid
Iriver license .and case will be
:iismissed,
Robert E. Bell, Jr. pled guilty no

'WHARF'i r -I : ;;;E----l ag on mobile home: present valid
FRESH SEAFOOD, FROM THE FISHERMAN'S ag Henry and will Durell be dismissed.Frederick pled no

+ PHARMACY COUPON I contest improper' tag; $50 court

w + GOOD FOR, I :osts, dismIssed.
wE EAM 41SOCTHEADLESS Rafael A. Rosado pled no contest
STUFFED i ONE HALF GALLON hiving under the influence '(DUD;
CATFISH
r OF FRESH 'ined $362. 50 hours community
wp SHRIMP FILLETS FLOUNDER SUPERBRANDORANGE I work,license suspended six months,
ne year Tri County Probation, at-
( JUICE; :end DUI school, nine months to pay

61. $499 $399 $289 + WITH ANY I "me.: Kenneth Harry Martin pled no'
,
tGoL sontest DUI; fined $362, license
I
FISHERMANS LB LL SIZE ; ,PRESCRIPTIONOFFER PURCHASE ,suspended six months 50 hours com-
GOOD I munity work Tri County Probationone
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; "" )'" ,....- + SEPT. 15-21 1988 I year after release from prison.

I,)' \\'ifr(1"''JW"IF(,;;\"J1lj"'!Wi):',\,", 1"WHARE Deviled Crabs .2&' s'o Shark Steak $269 Lobster'. $799 L NQTVIIUOWlTHIIHYOTHEAcoufooHQFFEA..1 payment Martin pled of fine no after contest release.DUI fined-

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I $623 license suspended five years,
1 ; W 'i. Trl County Probation one year consecutive -'
!%A :)' EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON CANNED GOODS with above case,ten days in
jail to run with prison time, attend .
advance DUI school. \
THRIFTY MAID PRICE BREAKER PRICE BREAKERPORK
"
rte Jenkins contest
fQTEAMERIAfUIUWt Susan Ann pled no
: ; ':.' ( & HALVESPEACHES, STEWEDTOMATOES <, DUI} fined $625, license suspended
:mmm AMEBIC DEPENDS ON AMERICAS VOIfBSWINNDIXIE ,six months attend DUI school.,,Tri
BEANS '
bounty Probation oae year;,
'
Elmore David Ross pled no con-

: 1 !7 WFO TOMArfA $ O 1 IS I Proud to I be I st'DWLS$180. ; ,ten days in':jail. fined


I 3.CAN. $100', .... .. 2.CAN.L $1'1:9: / 21 1Got CAN a NBC SPONSOR'Telecast; of ,suspended Todd DUI David six; fined months Saunders$362 50 pled hours, license no continuity contest ,

THRIFTY MAID UNSWEETENED, SUGAR ADDED' or of the 1988 work, attend DUI school' ,
PINK THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLEJUICE. SLIMMERJUICE Denzil Dwayne Sykes pled guilty

\, ,. .. .'. ,'t .CAlI.... Oil EVAPORATEDMILK ,. .'. : .;i -CAN 8get OLYMPICPRICE DUI;months fined $362 50, hours license communitywork suspendedsix
:- NBC SPORTS GAMES
ASTOR attend DUI school Tri County
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BREAKER COc I FRUIT O $129
Probation one year.
." ,' TOMATO JUICE. .. ": Oil COCKTAIL .,.,,. 'CAN" I Charles A. Swafford pled guilty
iIz-ox. improper tag dismissed.
$129
PRICE BREAKER THRIFTY MAID PINK
fined
THE CHEESE SHOP Swatford pled guilty DWLS
APPLE 9ge CAN GRAPEFRUIT $109 FROM '$101.25,ten days in Jail on weekends.
JUICE y'. . .. COCKTAIL, .. .. Ua cAR I ,f> Rachel Kay Rosier pled wilful-
PRICE BREAKER A THRIFTY MAID '''!, THRIFTY MAID SLICED or PORTWINE CHEDDAR wanton reckless driving; charge'
'" or DUI reduced, fined$362 attend DUI
I, BEEF 41' .. '. LIMABEANS WHOLE' CHEESE school do 50 hours community work,'
STEW POTATOES3.M" BALLS Tri County supervision six months.
Arthur McGarry pled no contest

BEE TEW .- LOTTCNV ttCKETSAIMJTMOMEO w.w $ 09 expired: tag; fined" $101.25. '


L t i 24-ox. 9 9 *MIMM near STONCftQMKUL oorur, 2 1hz. 'I $29PEPPER Misdemeanor Robert C. Powell Court pled guilty, worthless -

:-::: ,CAN check provide proof of
-M.:.....:_.-.. ... restitution and i pay $50 court costs.
THRIFTY MAIL THRIFTY MAID FRENCH STYLE THRIFTY MAID issuing .
GRAPEJUICE $158 GREEN TOMATOSAUCE 3 ,J OI. $l 00 PEPPER JACK'' $ 49 Velma worthless McCulchen check pled($106.43 guilty Mc-

.. .. ,'. ,. Ili : : tAN 3CRANBERRY Crory's); provide proof of restitu-
BEANS3.M"
PRICE BREAKER CHEESE ,. .,. '. u tion and pay$50 court costs.
$ 29 ,THRIFTY MAID 3 $129 McCutchen pled guilty issuing

COCKTAIL JUICE .. '':T.. 1 (' TOMATOES, :,. ... lfrot CAN worthless provide proof check of(restitution$43,32 McCrory's and pay);.

THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAID 'hllwild J I AvnnUfe' $50 court costs.McCutchen .
CRANBERRY CUT GREEN 3-$1 THE pled guilty issuing

COCKTAIL JUICE. nL:T $139 __ BEANS .:. t COVINGTON worthless check ($2338 Scotty's and );;".
tU/TRON ,provide$50. proof of restitution pay,

REFRESHING SAVINGS FROM WINN-DIXIE Denise A. Schoening pled no con-'
test issuing: worthless check;;, provide
proof of restitution and pay$50
REGULAR, LIGHT Of ALL VARIETIES'WHITE
ALL VARIETIES ,
court costs.
EXTRA GOLD -
COORS MOUNTAIN PEPSI Dinner Plate, Cup; Saucerx Ted Curtis pled guilty sale of'11-, .
legal. fireworks; $50 court costs.
BEER COOLERS if COLA & Cereal Bowl4I'AK$199 ,Alan Cardenas pled guilty issuing
ALL FOUR ITEMS worthless check; restitution has
; ,; ___ = I, been made, $50 court costs',and
$$79 A't2 dismiss., '
99j
FPAK X90 =-- W ,V 'Jeanette Marks pled guilty issuing'
$2B.
has
IL ) .w. K, worthless check; restitution
CANS "PI" *! been made, $50 court costs

_, PI $IOOOpUfcliaa. Samuel Lee Williams pled no con
test criminal mischief and assault
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE EVERYDAY LOW PRICE LOW PRICE fined $101.25. State will dismiss bat

tery charge.,
CINNAMON ALL VARIETIES SUPERBRAND 1 Chris A.McIntosh pled no contest
petit theft; fined $180, placed under

MOUTHWASHMINNIE'S VPIZZAS, J U CEE ,Tri payment.County 'supervision ,90 days for

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contest
-. 'Richard Martin pled no

$' 39- trespass Cassandra; dismissed.Dreyton pled no con-

$234 LOB-oL$77 I test battery 60 days Tri County Probation
16-ot ., I 'HALF:: 30 hours community work.,
___ BTL SIZE Mary Janine Manning charged
# ,with issuing worthless check (V.,

GOOD NEWS $117 THRIFTY MAID O '$100 SOUR SUPERBRANDRAZORS..E 2$1, 00 made Courtney, $50$525)court; restitution costs, placed has on been Tri

; STEAK FRIES Sff CREAM 'Oo. County. Probation. issuingworthless
WIOC SOLID REOULAR.SPICE POWDER DRY or Manning charged' with
UNSCENTED ALL VARIETieS Community State check (General Store);
SUSAKATET
,
SURE $ 28 THRIFTY MAID Ian96C CHOC 99 Bank make restitution, pay$50 court
", DEODORANT.. .,. 2.L SIll 2 VEGETABLES, .. .,. ; CHARM',.". .". t., GAL _'DOG WINN DIXIE costs, placed on Tri County Proba-
ALL EALTE8T LIGHT N LIVELY tion. :
REGULAR''STRENGTH VARIETIES Manning' charged with Issuing
'
BAYER BANQUET' '2 89C COTTAGE, 24. 99c'ASPIRIN. worthless check make restitution
. ,.. .'' IOOC$29T POTPIES . :uf CHEESE '.. '. '. cUP through Tri County Probation.
SUPERBRANDSHAMPOO Bobby E.Willingham pled no con-
ALL VARIETIES FLEX DIXIANAWAFFLES DAISY ,WEDGE test trespass after warning;
or -
/ dismissed.
III IIIIII CONDITIONERn ,CHEESE Faith M. Harvey pled no contest '
.
issuing worthless check; restitutionhas
been made,$50 court costa I
iiJ
$ : ,COLORREPRINTS Hugh H. Colaon Jr. pled no contest ,
$1'151 $239'OO unlawful burning; $100 court
...1/.. ...- Iltr I IaeLrK is. costs, suppression cost of $154.34 to
'
,Division of Forestry.
Joyce Tetstone pled \no- contest
FOUR battery $50 court costs.
.
',... STANDARD SIZE FOR .96 Kenneth Wayne Shealey pled no

" ::":,:",:''.. The Quickest Checkout$ 5 X 7.-\ '1.19 8X10-'1.99 contest Milton; $50 possession Eugene court costa.Andrews of drug paraphernalia pled guilty -- ',;,

1/-,; MADE FROM COLOR disorderly conduct; $50 court
,: i NEGATIVES ONLY costs. '
\ Karen S.Hileman pled guilty.Issuing ,
worthless check; provide proof ,\
of restitution and pay $SO court
costa.'r I o
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Beats Flagler With Three ,Quick TD'sA .



Mcond quarter scoring explo- game with 67 yard in 12 carries, a live Intensity wasn't as high in the fumbled the football.Bell got It bade,
sion lifted visiting, Bradford High 5.6 yard per carry average. second half.Plus, FPC'change to a after a six yard loan.DT Dane Clark
21-3 over host Flagler Palm Coast The BHS defense stopped FPC, 5-S defense caused Tornado offensive -' and strong aid DE Jimmy Long
High In the season opener last Friday cold on the following series, with linemen to miss blocks., combined 10 stop Clements after a
night on a soggy football field. defensive end Jimmy Long, DE But the BHS defense still kept the yard on second down. ,Fullback
BHS used a pass Interception, a Chris Dinkins, and rover back lid on FPC,which finally went to their Mobley got Just two yards before DE'
recovered fumble, and a blocked Rodney Mosley making three stop from the shotgun in latter part of Long and others stopped him at the
,punt to set up three quick about at the line of scrimmage the-third and the fourth periods., 13 yard line on third down. On fourth
touchdowns.The which was the Bulldog 20. On,the Flagler,'quarterback Darrin Bell down FPC used the shotgun and QB!>
Flagler Palm, Coast FPCV( punt attempt. Tornado linebacker completed one 25 yard pass to RB Bell was caught by DT Keith\ Jenkins:
Bulldogs struck first, driving, 58 Travis Long rushed In to block the Clements. BHS linebacker Bill' and LB BillHamuton. .
yards to the Tornado 20 where the Bulldog punt. The football rolled Hamilton had his hands on that pass, The Flagler game was switched to
drive was finally stopped. But Ed toward the FPC goal and DE Chris but it came out of Hamilton's bands Saturday night because of the wet I
Winters kicked a 27 1 yard field goal Dinkins recovered the loose pigskinat and into the hands of Clements field. The ground was still very wet,
and the Bulldogs led:3-0 with 5:02: re- the FPC eight yard line. behind Hamilton. Clements was a and the humidity added to the,
maining in the first period.A Fullback Reed covered the eight ,tough, hard runner, who got loose wetness Saturday night. Only some
pass interception by rover back yards untouched over right tackle from Tornado tacklers several times 100 Bradford fans made the trip.
Rodney Mosley on the final play of for the third Tornado touchdown. for yardage on extra effort.In Flagler bad more fans, but it, too,
the first quarter put the Tornadoesin Francis added the PAT to put BHS the fourth period Fla was a small crowd.
business on the Bulldog 35 yard up 21-3 with 3:50 remaining in the second -, operating from the shotgun, moved, BHS did not attempt single pass
line. Eight plays later fullback Clint period.After 65 yards, 48 yards of thai coming on during the game.
Reed went over the lt tackle from the first FPC series In which pass y. BHS bad stopped the FPC, _M.... |l ,.. ,II
two yards out for first Tornado the host Bulldogs drove 94 yards,42 game and the Bulldogs lin-' P...l.M..1. < t t
touchdown of the 1988 season. Don- yards on 10 rushes and twopassesfor ed up in punt formation, but it was a
nie Francis added the extra point, 13 yards. the Big Red defense fake. QB Bell handed the football to' Pint D.s, IHI. PL 7nm Mr
the first of three good strong kicks, simply refused to allow FPC any fullback Mobley who ran 33 yards. .-....Y_ ?
and,BHS was up 7-3 with 8:59: remaining movement. The Bulldogs rushed for Tornado Rodney Mosley. the last p.....v.ees M
In the second period.A 47 yards the first half,25 the second man between Mobley and the goal PA-PC-PI M-4 '1.... t
fumble on the first down follow. made the stop. Mobley actually llidto Pwitl 1-11.1 411MnOlu ,
Ing the Tornado, kick off put BHS half.BHS used Its basic" defense,but the ground In front of Mosley.Officials .Hit 4-1 HPxwmMYirtfl 1n
back In business on the FPC 29 yard Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton then said Mosley took a swing S-M .-.1
line. Tornado defensive end Chris mixed it up with several versions,Including at Mobley and penalized BHS 15 leering SwHiiiarvr. .
Dinkins hit Bulldog speedster Roger a 7-diamond at times. more yards. The play, moved the 1) P4..1 Mrwintin. a-ntu(Ml.t
) SrMMr* Clint.....,t y.r.rv*. *'l OMf
Watson in the FPC backfield'and Flagler had two running backs, football 48 yards to the BHS 10 yard ...pre_...kkk.a .
caused the fumble.The football roll Watson and Wayne Clements who line.On ) BrMMr*Clftf*ttoUM,..w Y.r* n...,aPIpr. (4
ed forward and BHS linebacker Bill could fly, but they never got !ooae. first down, QB Bell, under a ._..,kick. '
Hamilton recovered It. FPC, using the wishbone attack, a' hard rush from Tornado defense. 41 rMMr -Clkrt..*...-"..*....BPl pr...
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Five plays later BHS was again In power running formation had most CM. kick. _- ",
y.. the FPC endzone this time the TD'' success with big fullback1rt, ,. .
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cameTrbm a yard out by fullback'Clyde Mobley 170 hitting Inside.
,DeSue, the workhorse of,the With the 21-3 lead, the BHS olfe -, ( Goodman Carpet & Key Play...
illS defeiul-re back Terry Berry got after FUgW peas In,..action

Fernandina Looks "Big Window Cleaning Service Saturday night, -. -- -

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tough but slow is the drift on freshman setback is 'the favorite Maid Service
V.1rrBANKERS
the Fernandina Field eleven due to Pirate receiver and the main threat
visit Bradford at 8p.m. Friday long. 'WlndowServlceCarpet ,
Sept. 16, for District 3-3A foot, Fernandina uses a' 50 defense, 1 r
,ball battle.. 'meaning five down lineman, two M 4A +
Fernandina,' a :predominately, linebackers back of the tackles, two Cleaning t S
,'senior ballclub again this year, uses defensive ends outside the tackles, a
the 1-formation, a power running offense rover back to the strong side. On the
with three backs stacked goal line, Fernandina uses a gap8.i [ '964-3252 Harold K. Davit,loan Officer LENDER
directly behind the center, Running' i A huge defensive line awaits the V4,OAMC Or BOSTOII tXMVAHYBancBoston '
back Ronnie French, No. 21' 6-1 smaller Tornadoes. Middle guard '
'175-12, is the speed threat.,Fillback'Will ; Tim McKinnon, No. 76, 5-10, 200-12;, Call Us.. 'Mortgage, Corporation ",
Pruitt, No.,44, 6-0. 170-12, Is the tackles are Corey Clerk, No. 75, 6-2-., Tired of Cleaning -
,lead blocking back and is a hard run-, ,265-12, and Travis Mobley No. 70 I 1 LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS:
ner in his own right., 6-2, 270-11; the strong side defensiveend '817 NW 56th Terrace,Suite A, Gainesville,Florida 32607'
'The Pirate backs run behind
a is John Montgomery,No.63,6-0, '
huge offensive line.'The tackles are 195-10, and the weak side DE is Jim- PHYSICAL, THERAPYJcrrjr ;, Office 375-2950 Local Number 473-Q266
6-5,265 and 6-5,270; one guard Is 6-2 my Park,No. 65, 115-121.
270 Center Ricky Shave, No. 52 6-2,, The Fernandina-Baker High game I Fisher PT..\, Flip(,YA, Conventional Home Mortgages
185 is tabbed the best Pirate offensive was cancelled last week due to the
lineman by BHS scouts. wet weather, this Friday will be a BY APPOINTMENT Q64-600O
Sophomore quarterback Ray Van- delayed opener for the Pirates. } '
nah,No.14.6-1,155,in his first varsity Fernandina beat BHS 7-3 last year Bra'cifordI .
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season is an average passer and. up there. BHS blocked a punt in the
can throw long.Receiving .. ,final minutes and had a chance: to Chiropractic Center
threats are wideout' win, but could no nothing with it. MOBILE,
,Danny Jackson, No. 24, W, 145-12, BHS coaches have the Fernandina I Starke Office S
,and setback Reggie Stewart,No. 10, films from both the Spring and Fall :
6-1,155-9,are threats to go deep.:The jamborees to preview the Pirates. HOME 218 S. Walnut St.
i Next to the Chamber of Commerce'

BHS Cross 964-4957 q- 'r'S
Country SPECIAL -

I MOBILE HOME 3 TON .' PAIN CONTROL: '
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Season $1
Teams Begin ,_ A top-notch CENTRAL unit designed AIR | 5 InstalledSubject I', .. Headaches 'T
'The Bradford High girls team extremely well. "We held our own," { to.ava1abilily1SingleWide Neck & Arm
mobile homes.
placed 10th and the boys 13th in the says Coach Loper. or Mid Back '
19th annual Greater ,Jacksonville BHS goes to Middleburg High for Priced fromSAWY Low Back & LegDouble. INJURIESI
Cross Country meet sponsored by an invitational meet Saturday,Sept. I I
,Bishop Kenny High School. 17. Wwk Reined I
There were 22 girls teams and Z3 First home meet is next Tuesday, a .Sport I Irl' .-
boys teams in the meet run at Sept. ,20, against Interlachen. GAS & APPLIANCES ll... PlTMWllAM "
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Jacksonville llAlllL Ace:
University It the
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,opening meet of the year.The course, Road Runners... DR.W.DAVID SIKES
,was very muddy and the times were The Road Runners won the Junior DR. RICHARD C.TULLER '
"not all that spectacular. High Division of the, Jacksonvillemeet
Ramona Tennant, team captain, CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS
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finished 14th over-all in 14:59.: Krista The A-Team was first,led by Brittany Purple 'Gator Western Wear, de THE TEAM APPROACH .
Oehl finished 43rd in 16:35. Kim j '., '
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Hampton was 91st in 20:55.: Glenda all in 1650.: Charmil Spooner was Hwy 301 S. .Starke 964-4809 CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED; IT
i Rosier was 92nd in 21:06.: Deena ,fifth in 18:55, Javona Monroe was Next to Gator II Farm SupplY'' j'F 24 HOURS A DAY.7 DAYS A WEEK'
"Parker, was 96th in 21:28.:: '7th in 19:30.: Judy Hankerson was 8th o

tain The Cam boys Ward were led who by was senior,42nd Cap in':' 'overall 9th overall in 20:05.in 20:11.Latoyia: Keshana Simms Earlywas was 'I\Summer, ''Sale Still,, Going/ on.,1 I I :9644957> 24 HOUR BEEPER

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19:01: Freshman Larry Green was, 10th overall in 2108.: ,Leshana on.._M.rhl -p. 57d2w4n .. -
60th in 19:38.: ,Tyrone Sanders was, ,Carter was 11th in 22:40.: ,We, Invite you to come In and see -
85th in 20:53.: Kenny DeSue was 92ndin The Road Runner B-Team was se', I
2117. Blake Thomas was 102nd in cond. Renee Daugherty led in 12th 'our great 'selections of:,
22:01. Vernon Griffin finished. place in 22:50. Marlena Lewis was ,
13th in 23:05. Katina Hampton was Boots Buckles''
It,is a, total rebuidlmg: 'year for 14th in 23:10.: Micki Nichols was 15th Belts Offer
-Tack
both girls and boys'Coach George .in 24:00.: Tanlka Bright was 16th. I
I Loper says. Tennant is the only Four boy Road Runners ran. Raymond -, k4Uff 14'f Western Clothing :
I returning girl cross country letter-. Durban was 11th overall in
man. Captain Ward, DeSue, and 25:31.: Eric Cowart was 17th in 34:53.: .
,Griffin are returning. lettermen for, James Etcheson was 18th in 36:20. ,Lay-A-
the boys. ,,Michael Groves was 19th in 39:14.: ways
Coach Loper says the runners all The Road Runners,all Junior high (v $A)Welcome
performed credibly, especially the kids,mostly sixth graders, got off to
,kids who had never run before, did .
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'I' Feud Causes Jett ,to Change ,Parties in Clay -


I Starke Resident* Reap Many Benefits from II&R

la a surprise. announcement elected."I am not changing political'' party has become '"too liberal" for County. politics, Carlisle said that Block' Tax Course
preceding UM Comm meeting of the parties to enhance my law enforce- his conservative philosophy He added -, both he and his wife have already
Clay County asottday, ment career," Jett said. that he doesn't want to violate his submitted their resignations as Clay Many profession Starke Ux practitioner Acquired their tax
Commissioner James Jett For Jett to become Bray's' chief "oath of '
support" as a Democratic' County State Committeeman. and
knowledge through the HiR Block Income Tax Course
representing District 4 (which iDI which has been Others have
deputy of Committee
I a subject member by supporting a, State Committeewoman for the 'taken
( ,speculation, several would local the course to increase their ability to accurately prepare their own
Height' things Republican. candidate in the Democratic Party,."I Just decided I,
I I. have to happen the commissionersaid. sheriff's race wanted to make a clean break fromit returns.
I ing his political party affiliation' all," Carlisle said H&R Block, the nation's largest tax preparation firm has been
from Democrat to Republican. This!' "First,Dalton Bray would have to Other Political Changes.... .teaching income tax preparation for 22 yean This the bale
year
was due in part to his inability to 11, get elected. Second he would have to Another
In income
shakeup Clay County' tax
support Democrat Sheriff offer course starts on September 6; morning afternoon, and
Jennings me the position, and third Jett politics will result from the -
Murrhee for re-election.! said be would have to talk with his upcom- evening classes are available.
'
ing resignation of George Carlisle a I
," In a prepared statement Jett said,! supporters about whether he should veteran of 32 years' service in the office 1 Students look at the course as a way to save money by picking op,
1 pledge to continue my hard work, become part of the Clay County. of 'Clerk of the Clay County ElectGERALD or polishing up tax return preparation skills. The 13-week course ;
r--....- .. as an elected official because love Sheriffs Office. Court Carlisle says he will soon sub- progresses from simple td complex tax problem Students learn
.
... now people of Clay County, but I am; Now in the second yea[' of his se- mit his resignation to Governor Ma r* W ,through a combination of classroom discussion hands-on problem
forced to examine-the cond term, Jett said his in 1
political change effective
realities tines December 31. Cariisle's GUSWILERFlorida solving and homework. ,This year's classes will introduce: participants
i of continuing as a political parties should not affect his wife and chief clerk
deputy to (he latest laws.
,. Democrat or becoming a member of, potential re-election to another term Grace will resign effective the same House of Representatives tax
the party that more closely relates, ,two years from now. date. District 21 Qualified course graduates may be offered job interviews for
1 to my conservative feelings." In explaining his party shift, Jett Making clean_: cut with! J3ayy positions with, Block. Many Block employees find the flexible I
In recent months, there has been said that the national!: Democratic, : The People' scheduling a real benefit. However, Block is under no obligation to :
an open rift between Jett and IncumI /
offer employment nor are graduates ander'any
I bent Sheriff Murrhee arising Candidate.. for obligation to accept
from '
the commissioner's outspoken( EffectiveRepresentation 'employment with U&R Block. ,
,. criticism of what be calls I' One low, fee includes all materials,supplies and textbooks.
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:. "budgetary errors" and lack of accountability -' tat 4t Successful graduates receive a Certificate' of Achievement. and 1-5 units
in some financial' .Dedicated Concerned of continuing education credit. f
aspects; of the sheriffs office. Bradford Clay Additional information/ and registration forms are available from the
'By asking for accountability, in-' II&R Block office at 964 N.'Temple' Ave The telephone number is
creased access to public records .. ,
Democrat '..... 9648286. '
,i and pointing out budgetary errors,'i Ad"M
have partially alienated myself ;t} __ (pd. advertisement)
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:. from some Democratic Committee -
members," Jett said. "I felt it was' ,1
necessary to stand up for what was M
'right'rather than become a part of
what was wrong," he added. tan
Murrbee has consistently denied t
Irregularities\ > in the handling of
funds in his office. He will face a "..
Republican opponent Dalton Bray, -."!! 'r. : "'
in the November 8 General Election.. ,t" .":,,," ,
Jett stated that he would I-
support /
Bray but added that he has not beenasked ..I ; ; ,

or been approached about serving .
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:,.>, Community. Education'' How I Can Better Serve You!. .' '.: ". .;...;:.-t i:. .,' ; : 1 YouJS. ''' :
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following community educa.. Equal law enforcement for, all I ., .',i.':'.'::,',,:I x;;,t t],;Jj.;,;' 'If),;; '\
,lion classes are being offered at the 24-hour police protection ,' ',"":;-;' from, '.. ,'",,,.'.;," ,
Bradford-Union 'Vocational Center' 24 :' '
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for the fall term. All classes require ,Open policy hours/day; t

pre-registration. Please call VoTechat Prompt police response ,', '

further 964-6800 Information., ext. 122 or'. come by for Strong presence in all' communities
,HUNTER SAFETY: 9/20-29,T/Th., .,"Inservice" training.to produce the most highly ,
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CAKE trained .

,Tuesdays DECORATING:'. 9/20-10/18,1.' Equality in hiring' To The "Voters of. ,Bradford County, District 4

SQUARE DANCING FOR BEGIN- '. A strong support'auxiliary,, ,*

p.m.NERS, $25.CHILD: 9/26-11/28.. ,' Mondays 7:30-10. : Improved law enforcement efficiency'through I,\wish"to express my appreciation and thanks to the":citizens' : of'

CARE CERTIFICATION net-v: rking with emergency services the district who
supported and voted'for me as new
your
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of division
day 7-9p.m, $5COMPUTERS. a civilprocessing: 'School' Board, Member. .
FOR BEGINNERS Better education to reduce crime in Bradford Co.
,', 10/17-11/17, Monday 7-10 p.m., $17. ;' I would also like to publicly thcnk'Mr"Rodney P. Hall, my

ACT/SAT PREPARATION) : Saturday opponent, for a reputable and honorable campaign.

.9-12 noon,.$40., I am looking forward to serving you.-The Citizens of Bradford

I Kenneth"ETHERiCTGiE County as your School',Board Member

Square Dancing ",'

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you want to be part of the fun '
Square Angels" come visit the
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Mrs. Mary Ollie Bell Cecil J. Daniels Lake Butler. War n,, a member of Nltram "Gayla Beisswenflfer' of St.. Louis Jean Johnson of Starke and Anti
Ollie of Cecil Sr. of Survivors Include his wife. Rose Masonic Lodge 188 In St. ,Mo.; four sons, Henry Graham orE Thornton of Lawtey; one son Jack;
Mrs. Mary Bell 90 Judson Daniels '
tRosie) Driggers McNabb; two Petersburg, and a member of the Wauchula Thomas Cheiter Gunter 01. Starke; one brother,
Melrose. died Saturday, Sept. 10 at Lawtey died July 5. A native of
; sons, Michael L. McNabb of Lake Roberta Harbor David Gunter of Starke; one sister
her residence following an extended he had resided in Scottish Rite bodies I Morocco Temple Jr. of Charlotte ,
,
illness. Jacksonville Mississippi since 1961. He was, Mary Fla.'and Tracy McNabb of American Legion Post 202 in Fla., B. Colby Roberts of Keystone Georgia Ann Cauffman of Starke; 9
Born Apr. 22 1898 in Stonevllle retired from the Jacksonville Lake Butler; one daughter, MelanieM. Keystone. Heights and: Wayne Roberts of grandchildren and 7 great
N.C.( Mrs. Belt{ moved to Melrose Shipyard after 18 service. Davis of Raiford; five grand- Survivors Include his sister, Raiford; 22 grandchildren and grandchildren.
from Chesapeake; Va. nine years Survivors include years his wife, Jean children. Florence R. Lormond of St. several great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sept. '
homemaker Funeral services were held Tues- Funeral services will be held 14 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of
ago. She was a and a Daniels four Mae Pruitt, Petersburg; two nieces and one
Presbyterian ; daughter, day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m. In the Chapel of Starke with Dr. Bennie Beckham of-
Deborah Bass Barbara Woodham .
Survivors include several nieces Home in Lake Butler with Rev. Graveside services were held Archer Funeral Home of Lake ficiating. Interment was In Crosby
Robinson two ,
and nephews. annd Donald Dorothy and Cecil J.Daniels; ,Jr.sons two Melvin Owen officiating!. Burial was Sept. 12 with Rev. Leamon Ward of' Butler with Rev. Carolyn Jarvis of, Lake Cemetery under the directionof
Memoriahzation for MrS. Bell will Sisters, Zellawane Skelton and Ad- in Dekle Cemetery under the direction ficiating. Interment with Masonic ficiating. Burial will be in Dekle Jones Funeral Home. _
be by cremation with, burial at a dre Lee Parker; 12 grandchildren of Archer Funeral Home. Rites were conducted in Keystone Cemetery under the direction of Ar Rembert"Doc"Carradine
later date in the family plot in four greatgrandchildren.Funeral Heights Cemetery under the direo., her.
Virginia under the direction of Jones held 9 Clayton "Robbie" Robb tion of Jones Funeral Home, Frank Rembert"Doc"Carradine
services were July of Mrs. G.WilliamsonMrs. 85, of died August 4 at his
Ruby Lawtey
Funeral Home of Starke. at the Chapel of George H..Hewell & Clayton L. "Robbie" Robb 86,
Son Funeral Home in Jacksonville, Lake Geneva,died Friday, Sept.9 in Mrs. Cecile G.Roberts Ruby Gunter Williamson 74 residence following an extended il
George C. Alderman with burial at Evergreen Cemetery the VA Medical, Center of ,c i Mrs. Cecile Graham'Roberts 88 of Starke, died Sept>i in BradfordHospital lness. the,.
George Carl Alderman of Gainesville following an extended Illness 'of Raiford,died Monday at BradfordHospital following an extended il. Born in Fayette,Mississippi to
and Stella R.
Baltimore, Md., died Sept. 4 at the Mrs.Cora C. GriffisMrs. in Starke following an extended lness. late Dr. John Hunter New
age of 89.Born Born Feb.28,1902 in Fabius,N.Y., illness. Born Aug. 14,1914 in Lawte ,Mrs. Carradine he was raised In
Cora Carrin Griffis 81, of in
in Lake Butler, he Was the died residence after a' Mr. Robb moved to Lake Geneva in Born in Arcadia Mrs. Robertswas William was a lifelong resident of Orleans,La.He moved to Lawtey I
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son of Mr. & Mrs. George W. Alder- Lawtey sudden;illness. her 1965 from St Petersburg. He was a a homemaker in Lake Butler Bradford County, and was a Baptist. .1927 where he owned andoperated
man. He graduated from Lake Born in Sleinhatchee,Mrs. Griffis Methodist, a retired Insurance and Raiford for the past 17 years. and a homemaker. See 7B
Butler High School in 1916 and from lived most of her life in the Nor Agent, an Army Veteran of World Survivors, include a daughter,, Survivors Include two daughters, page
the University of Florida in 1920. He "
theast section of Union County near r I
lived .Baltimore for the 65
past Lawtey. She was the widow of the I ,
.years.Memorial( services for Mr. Alder. late Dennis Griffis. She was a' : HEIGHTS SPORTSMAN CLUB ,
homemaker and member of the Pine in KEYSTONE
man were held in the Gregory For the Finest Ladles FashionsJoan's \

Memorial Baptist: Church in Grove Church.Congregational. Methodist' NATIONAL HUNTING.AND FISHING DAY \
Baltimore where he had been a '
faithful choir member for more than Survivors Include three
daughters, Ora A. Marra and ; Fashions
royears. Evelyn Sayre, both of Jacksonvilleand ,
Survivors includetwo sons,
Robert Bruce Faye Morris of St. Augustine; a Plaza" SEPTEMBER 17
George Carl, Jr, and SUrke 964-7651 .
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Alderman six grandchildren and son; Dennis ,Griffis of Starke; 17
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one great-grandson, ,all of grandchildren and 12 great.
Baltimore; two sisters Mona grandchildren. w +,
Canova and Blanche Otto, both, of. Funeral services will be held '
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'Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of ATKEYSTONE '
Starke. Monet ----r
I Archer Funeral Home of Lake ., Jewelry '
Burial was in Baltimore beside his
'Butler, with Rev. Neal Griffis officiating } AIRPORT'25Oo
wife, Leona Strickland Alderman
Burial will be 'at Pine I "
off 'HIGHWAY 100
who died February, 1984. t _
Grove Cemetery at Raiford under '
Rev. Floyde Coggins the, direction of Archer Funeral
Sr., 74 Home pf Lake Butler. SHOOT SKEET SHOOT
Rev. Floyde Ray Coggins, TURKEY,
died Saturday night in North I'la. Ernest G,Kneissler' .
,
Regional Hospital following a brief FOOD DRINKS '
DOOR PRIZES -
illness. Ernest. G. Knelssler, 86, of 'FeaturIng Only atJoan's "
Born in North Carolina, Rev. Cog- Keystone Heights, died Friday, -tit sI 'MUSIC'I; : ,' :'<
gins moved to Lake Butler in'1954,; Sept. 9 in Whispering Pines Nursing '
then to Gainesville in 1977. He was a Center following an extended illness. FREE
retired ,Correctional Officer' from Born Jan. 8, 1902 in Germany, Mr. fMOOH\
,Union Correctional Institution and a Kneissler came to America in 1925. .,y. n"'
member' of ;Johnstown Baptist and moved to Keystone in 1981 from WALK 12:00 NOON UNTIL '
,Church.' Woodstock,, 111.' He was a retired FOR KIDS' ,
Survivors include his Wife,Maxlyn farm manager, an Army veteran of .
Skinner Coggins of Gainesville; a World War II,and a member of. Parkof BRING.THE WHOLE FAMILY'
daughter, Annette Coggins,Hooper the Palms Church. .' '
of Baltimore, Md:; four sons, Earl! of Survivors include his wife Martha .BLOUSE COLLECTION i* '' 'FOR AFTERNOON: OF FUN '
Jacksonville,! Ark., 'James 'of D., Kneissler;' and a sister, Sophie
Mocksville, N.C.,. 'Dennis' of, Heick of St. Petersburg. INFORMATION 473-4924, '
Chiefland and Floyde Jr of Funeral services were held Sept. '
Gainesville seven ;sisters, Hattie 12 at Park of the Palms Chapel with Visa/Mastercard Layaway Welcome
Connell of Stone Mountain,Ga,Mat-' Mr. Ernest Woodhouse and Mr.
tie Hyatt,of Sedro Wolley, Wash. James Gilbert officiating. Burial -- -' .- .. '
Mary Brambes of Boca Raton, Ruth was in Keystone Heights Cemetery -
Sumner of Tlfton, Ga.. Geneva under the direction of Jones Funeral BRYAN'S
Gunter of Tanville, S.C., Verna. Home.
Raulerson Charleston, S.C., and
Helen Mercer of Phoenix:Az.; four, Patrick J.McNabb
brothers, Buster of Tifton, Billy of Patrick J. McNabb, 66, of Lake ALL MOWERS
Phoenix,Bobby of Prescott;'Az..and Butler,'died Sunday at Lake Butler
Vergil of Arlington;Va., 11, grand- Hospital and Hand Surgery Clinic
children and five 'great- .following an apparent heart attack.
grandchildren.Funeral Born in Kalamazoo Mich., he
services were held Tues- 'served in the U.S.Air Force until his
day at the Westwood Hill Church of retirement, then moved to Orlando- .." '. cl
God in Gainesville with Rev.. Ron where he lived 17 years before moving ON SALE '', 'tHa.rdware'And
Peeples officiating Burial was, in to Lake Butler in 1979. He was a
Dekle Cemetery under the direction, member of the VFW in Lake Butler '
of Archer Funeral,Home ,of Lake and a veteran of World War II. He ;
Butler. attended First Baptist Church of
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In Starke Friday Night ..

a' e-'
It may not have been the Fourth of transported Nugent to Bradford
July last Friday night but there were Hospital where he was located by
fireworks in Starke when a pickup authorities.
truck collided with a power pole at Nugent was charged with driving
Alligator Creek. under influence and leaving the
Two loud booms were' heard and scene of an accident with Injuries,
sparks new before darkness stilled said Hodges. Bond was set at$3,000.
the air In the'southeast corner of He was released on his own
town. For nearly one hour all city recognizance.
electric customers in that area re- Damages were not confirmed as of
mained In the dark after a hit run press time.
driver tried to escape' down South
Street crossing Redgrave Street and FliP Troopers
continuing on the
unpaved section
until the truck struck a power pole Continue License,
.with- large transformers. Vehicle Inspections
Timothy David.Nugent, 20, of
Starke was later located and arrested Bradford CountyThe
/ ,' according to Lt. John Florida Highway,Patrol will
Hodges. Nugent, driving the 1988 be conducting'driver license ,and
Ford pickup truck, was westboundon vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
South St. behind a 1972 GMC ing the week of Sept. 16 through
pickup stopped for the Intersection. Sept. 22 on SR-21, SR-100. SR-230,.
Nugent faifedto8top. struck the SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B
i, /. aii f ,ter 4Truck I GMC In the rear causing it to spiri into CR-225 CR-12S, 'CR-229' CR-231,
the intersection clockwise, then CR227221\ CR-230 and CR 100A
left the scene without stopping, said Bradford/ County,
Hodges. He continued on South St.
until the vehicle was stopped by the Union CountyThe
telephone/power pole just west of Florida Highway Patrol will
the pump house at Alligator Creek. be conducting driver license and
Nugent was probably glad he was, ''vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
stopped before the creek which was ing lhe.week of Sept. 16 through
r flowing fast and full after recent Sept. 22 on SR-100. SR-121, SR-231,
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SR-241 CR-18.
Blacks SR-238 CR-237
.. Out Neighborhood... Driver of the GMC, Edwin Elisha CR-229 CR 125, CR-231A, CR-24A'
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tMck.UmmeJ hu a ,power pole friday night?,gUrke and eau.ed Conway, 'Jr.. Keystone Heights and CR-796A\ in Union County.
a la.ted
power blackout which one houl'The driver w.. charged with DU .followed the Ford pickup anct..

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i\NW1/\) !\, ; ')!!'/,' /;.\'"/ Starke attorney Dudley P* Hardy that he be allowed to continue his This is made more difficult when caine, possession of a machine gun 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.

"'. vas sentenced Monday in federal "law practice In Starke. you see ,such a degree of prominence and 15 other firearms and possessionwith 473-7213
court to serve seven years in prison. "Judge Howard Melton reminded ; a self-made man who has the Intent to distribute marijuana
Hardy' was found (guilty of conspiracy -* the defense that he had no control ,been a good lawyer." according to Truncale.
to distribute cocaine June 2 over Hardy's career.' As a federal "It gives me no pleasure,but there,
by a federal' court,jury in Jackson convicted felon there'was no Is no cause shown not'to sentence Apparently the jury agreed with RAIN CONTROL INJURIES
C ville. ,withholding adjudication and Hardy, you Dudley P, Hardy, to seven government when they found ,
''Prior to a scheduled.{ August faces at least three years suspension'by years" said Judge Melton., (The Hardy guilty of conspiracy; to Headaches ,, :W rk R.feM
sentencing date Hardy sought council the Florida Bar Association.' sentence is imposed under existing distribute cocaine.,,The conspiracy Neck & Arm"Mid ,.STWUPlTMul.
from a new attorney. Bradley'' During arguments,Assistant U.S. guidelines which; means Hardy will charge is punishable by up to 15 to 20 Back '.
c r Stark of Miami,who asked for a con- Attorney Charles Truncale said Hardy -' be required to serve approximatelyone years incarceration and/or a $25,000'to Low Back! & Log AnUAccMnU'
tinuance in order for him to review< had shown righteous indignationat third of the prison time.) $1,000,000 fine or both, plus a 'r
the case for the defense.That motion his being prosecuted.. Truncate Judge Melton requested that Hardy special parole term of at, least three (
:- was granted and the sentencing took said Hardy was not above the law receive drug counseling and ,years. '
place Sept. 12., and the amount of cocaine he was treatment at whatever facility he Widespread rumors on' the streetof DR.,RICHARD Cv TULLER'CHIROPRACTIC ,
,, ;' During th T three hours Monday found guilty of sharing Indicated ,was assigned., Hardy and his friends being co-'
afternoon (the defense offered more than a personal problem and Hardy was allowed to remain free caine users and throwing frequent\
II'' .\ ." '+,".', testimony oh Hardy's behalf em- he should be punished accordingly., ,, until his October 17 reporting date. parties became public record as a ,
. :: ', ,' phasising he had a personal Hardy had a heightened He has the right to appeal within ten, parade of witnesses testified June 1,. CARE
"', i.'''v ., chemical dependency problem and awareness of the law and flagrantly days. 2, 3 in federal court in the Middle, i ? WHEN YOU
,< should not have to serve prison time violated that law by the on oing Cocaine District of Florida in Jacksonville.With NEED IT-24 HOURS''
since he was willing to seek help., use and sharing, said Trun- Hardy was'arrested In Februaryof the exception of Investigator; '
An administrative law judge with, cale. "A whole subculture.went to this year with ,32, other i area ..Wiley Clark, all the witnesses said' A DAY;- .7 DAYS A
'the U. S. Coast Guard' Judge, the, residence of the lawyer who' residents as part of a two-year joint i they were friends of Hardy, and
Michael Hamrahn.told of the problem chose not to act properly, who saw investigation by the Federal Bureau were testifying to keep from being 0 ,WEEK
of substance abuse among at-, no wrong except personal abuse yet ,of Investigation Florida Depart, 'prosecuted themselves or testifying
tomeys. Judge Hamrahn who now jt goes far beyond personal abuse"'', ment of Law Enforcement and the in the hope their sentence would be, Office Hours: ,

, serves as counsel with Florida' said Truncate. The government said. *. Drug Enforcement Administration.'. reduced."**4 _,-..; ,. ... ...... Mon-Fri 830-6:00: : p.m.-Sat. by Appointment :
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Lawyers Assistance stated Hardy the only appropriate sentence! was a" !f Tblrty-one people were convicted or'
was a good candidate for the program term of incarceration for his pled guilty one was acquitted and I
but was not aware of Hardyavailing unlawful life style over a long periodof one defendant (Shirley Hart)received
': time. a mistrial but has since been
himself of the service.
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Dr. Roger A. Gotz who recently Judge Melton said he found no again indicted by a grand jury along CITY OF STARKE RESIDENTS'
evaluated ''Hardy said chemical reason to preclude the sentencingand with her fiance (A. J. Boles).
dependency is heredity and Hardy as difficult as it was to have The sentencing for the defendants"involved
was a classic example of someone before him a member of the Florida in the drug charges ranged
with a dependency problem due to Bar; airofficer of the court and a from probation to twelve years. '
.'heredity. man with a degree of'public accoun-' 'James "Jimmy"Conroe and Nan- NOTICE..NOTICE..NOTICE
Attorney Gene Shaw W T. tability, he could fine no reason for cye Conroe were each sentenced this : ;' .
,;" ,Jackson E. W Hodges and George probation."I week to serve nine years and each'pay (
, (' Roberts .Jr. spoke on Hardy's do not find probation would be a $5,000 fine. They have been in .
, behalf all testifing that they felt any type of deterrent it would Indicate custody since their arrest last October In order to provide faster response emergency and
: Hardy was an asset to the community that the court does not take when they were charged on a "After Hours' calls'a new telephone number ,has been placed '
:j' and asking the court not to give the cocaine cancer as seriously as it five count indictment with posses. ,
him prison time. They requested should be taken.said Judge Melton. sion with intent, to, distrlbute'coEastman. -- In service The new number to call, when the City Hall, Is'closed"

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, '," I Obituaries 6B children.,. Ga.; and four. ,grand' This location Is the control room"at; the City Power'Plant ,AH I

Funeral services were held Satur- reports of electricwater, gas, sewer and street problems shouldbe
day at the Archie Tanner Funeral
'Carradine's'Leather'Shop.,He was Dewey,WarrenM. Chapel with Elder Harry Brooker of" reported to this number ,at any time whenJhe'.Clty Hall Is
also agent for Greyhound Bus Lines Dewey Warren. 72, of SUrke, ficiating.Burial was In Crosby Lake closed .
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died Sept. 7 at his residence follow- ,' "
for 31 years.'Survivors. Cemetery with ,,rchle Tanner,
Include his wife,MorrellDobbs ing a brief illness. ,, Funeral Home in charge of ar.. This change .wilt become effective, Friday.. September J 16,1988,,
" Carradine; a sister, Mildred Born and raised In Palatka he rangements. at 5:00: p.m. '
the Air Force for four ,
Stuart of Key West;a daughter,Linda was in years. '
Know of Lake City; a stepson, He was retired from Gulf Oil Corporation In Memory Thank you for your co-operation. "
Lamar Reddish of Graceville; five In ,Starke and Church.attended MARION JONES GNANN Please cut OUT this notice and place, nearyour, telephone..
Union Primitive Baptist
and one greati
grandchildren,
grandchild. Survivors Include his wife, Hazel Born: August 31,1915
!i Funeral services were private, Sapp Warren; two sons Dewey War Died: Sept.17, 1978
with interment in Sapp Cemetery ren, Jr., of Sewannee"- Tenn., Phil
'under the direction of Archie Tanner Warren of Nashville, ,Tenn.; one
Funeral Home., brother, Joseph N. Warren ofStarke
; a sister,Mildred Harrell of. s




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Bradford Hospital has been ministrator.; "This,Is a voluntary Is provided. Them- national standards provide qualtt/cato.the professional:The sumjrwf and administrative .
awarded a Certificate of Accreditation program and it gives us a chance to represent a consensus among consult with staffs to assist than lit
by the Joint Commission on Ac- measure ourselves against national health care professionals and are Improve
continually
creditation of Healthcare Organizations standard This accreditation con periodically updated to reflect their efforts to *, .
(JCAHO). firms our quality service a matter ,changes In health care delivery.The patient care. non-profit'
JCAHO accreditation Is evidenceof of which both the hospital and the JCAHO survey team consists JCAHO Is created a private by and com
+ Bradford Hospital's effort to pro- community can be proud.". of health care professionals trainedto organization
rr vide quality health care.It's an elec- To become accredited* Bradford evaluate.the hospital's! effortsjo posed of health care professionals.nm
tive voluntary accomplishment and Hospital voluntarily requested an
facilities ar judged on a national on-site evaluation by JCAHO
basis. surveyors who applied standards
4i 'We're extremely proud of designed to further the objectives of '
achieving the three-year accreditation quality patient care and the safety of + P .W
," said I C.E. O'Steen ad- .the,environment in which that care.- FOREMOSTSfig .. Sale

,Scouts Honored.... '(" sStoW"tmblmi Price
Bradford.Union County Girl Scouts Panda. Pat__(at left)and Sarah' 'c to bfifitf youPRICES' mod
Looney were fan T.lliti.nn.recently U naive their.rguilutloa'..ecoadhlgtmt '
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President North Florida Council of Boy Scouting is for boys in first skills do community service and ,
the Boy Scouts of America have announced grade through senior high school. organization abilities. 2.00 SPECIAL "I 1.75 L TR 750
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the date of the eighth an-, Girl Scouting is for girls in Each opportunities
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nual Girl Scout-Boy Scout member kindergarten through senior high I for travel and exploration Sat'&Sun 5:00 Showing
ship Roundup. school. Come join in the fun. Tuesday Showing J ,SMIRNOFF 'RA YNAL TANQU RAY
Thin-day Sept IS,at 7:30: p.m.,in .. V.S.O.P. GIN
schools churches and synagogues Starts Frt..Sept 16 VODKA
throughout North Florida,'boys and BRANDY I
girls accompanied by their parentsor Ed's Appliance Sales & Service The Shack Is Back! I '
guardians may register for either /2
program. 310 E.Call Street.Starke 84-396 '
The membership drive is for girls l, 699 7 99 10997iO
and boys who have never par- IPGI
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Scouting. At each location a > The SCREEN TWO 750 ,
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CARS, TRUCKS VANS PERSONAL SERVICES REAL: ESTATE i LAND FOR SALE PHONE '964* 76c5

CHIVY U tON LAWN SERVICE far residential and come OUT OF AREA
4 4
PARTS, front end N.-TamPk., St rkEf}
HISTORIC HORSE FARM for sale 40 acre REAtTeNt
merclol. removal
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reor OXM.! transfer, tronsmlislons, LandKopIng tree
between Starke and lake Butler. Farmhouse
.tc. 94-5813. TFce1979 lawn vacuumed No job too big ormoll. OCALA NATIONAL PORESTi Wooded

MUSTANG 6 cyl., auto tron., PS, '. Free estimates, 964-4238. :2/4TF, lots, river. access, $5450 Each No' and 6 atoll barn' paddocks Starke, high Cecelia Tetvylllegar .
dry 160000.
PI, AC AM/FM/cossette. $1600. SEWING MACHINU. All moke and money down, $65.41 ,monthly. Owner. pasture.
,964-4372 after 6 2tchg 9/8-1 model cleaned and oiled and od- 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF 964-5078. 4tpd 9/8-29 We will take
p.m. BY OWNER 3 Forsyth Rd. 350 ft.frantag. you through every stage of buying a home
acres on
I97B ono PICKUP SWB, 302 v-e AT, PS. |uted, $ '.00. 19 year* ,exoerlence. COFFEE COUNTY,ALABAMA, 197 ocres,
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Including
Also
$3.500 6.80 Financingt
PB. AC, stereo rodlo. exc. cond. Call All work guaranteed. Hwy 233 & 16 cutover tlmberland creek, prime hun- p.rocr.
V.rnon Reddish. 964.6530. 2tchg (Morgan Rd.J Coll 964-8733 for hou.e ting area. Deer ft turkey. Adjoin acres for $2500 'per; acre. Call '....
9/8-15 coll. 84'1'FIEMODEliNG.' timber land. $49,500. BAR- 1.407(>4.6827.1Otpel9/15-1117 KINGSLEY LAKES 90' on loke. 3/Vvi ham.. 2/f MH
company
1988 BUCK CENTURY V-6 auto ov.r. addition, pointing roof- RON STROTHER Broker Southern Properties 2% ACRE PARCELS No money down. DUPLEX 2BR/2&0, Bradford Drive $ 43,500 I
drlv. PS, PB, AC AM/FM stereo. Ing work. lie. No. RB-CO34596 Phon. P.O. Box 755 Troy, Ala. 36081, 782-3997 or.964-3mItpd 9/13, 207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR 1 Ba. from., fenced yard $ 17.500
velour Interior, vinyl top tilt-steering' 1)64.1802.1/4TF 205-566-1870.205-735-2.042. fcon. N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR, 2 ba stucco from., 20,7 acr... CHftA $ 79.400
clean 33,000 mil**. $6295. Call BULLDOZER WORKS $40 p.r hour GATLINBURO SUMMIT Breathtaking COMMERCIAL PROPERTY BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba, CB"wood floor. 1185 s.f.5 ocres $ 60.000
782-34)6. 2tchg 9/8-13 782-3306. If no answer, 782-3954 leave view of Gatlinburg. Mountain and ski RENT/LEASE/SALE CONERLY ESTATES BR, 2 boo FP, 1800 s.f., _financing $ 82.000
179 FORD LTD lANDAU excellent con- name and number. 8/25TF lope*. Fireplace and private balcony CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin, 98 ft,on water 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000 I
dltlon, AC AM FM/tope, will tell or WELl DRILLING, PUMPS ft SERVICE Dor- Clubhouse with Indoor pool and jocui GRAHAM 322.78 Ac.. ,930..f.CH&A $ 85.000 1
trod for tractor of equal! value. ronce Pump ft Supply Co., Water ill. September Special. Free brochur. 4-COf LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County 262 MYRTLE ST,2/1. from., n.wly remodeled. CHftA $ 30.000
3625101. tpd /8-15 Sytem Sp.cialists. 864 N. Temple 18002424653. fcan for sale. Good for any r.tallllqua, SO CHIC. SO CHEAP I n.wly remodeled 3BR 1 Ba, freshly
ttU DODGE OMNI 024 2 door .port. Ave., US 301, Stork., Fl 32091,9/STF AUCTION M 40BO ACRES PLANTATION business, l..., package store lounge, painted, new carpet, 628 Plnewood St., Reduced $ 25,500 I
car< Real nice car for student or 110.mlleog. K ft K CLEANING SERVICES Commercialand PINES Saturday,'"Sept 24, 10 a.m. Excellent restaurant, bar motel fraternal 407 CENTER STREET Two apartment. S $ 25,000
.. $895.964-4785. Itchg 9/15 bu.lne., pertonol service deer and turkey hunting on fine lodge. No food sales required. Broker 401 CENTER STREET, $ 10,000 I
194 BRONCO Hi 4x4. red PS, AC cruise Reference available, 964-4908. 8/18' pine timberland. Owner financing: For protected. Call George 8137864222. RD. I30Ei 2 story CB frame/ 3/1 $ 45.000 I
control, 5 ped overdrive,, Pioneer EOW Information call Rowell Realty ft AuC' pd 10/13 1205 BLANDING STi CB 3/1 3/. boo CHftA 3/4 acre S 45,000
sound system. 964.4641 aft.r 6 .p.m. PECAN SERVICES Machine harvesting tlon Co., Inc., 18003238388. fcan FOR RENT Office space or retail sale* SMALL FARM 3.83 Acres, from.3/1, 1532 s.f. $ 36,000
2tpd 9/8-15 Cracking ihelllng and orchard CO ACRI TRACTS IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE area. Downtown Starke. $300 per 315 N. MYRTLE Neat: and tidy 3 BR, 2 ba $ 45,000
197 CHEVY K-( BLAZER: 4x4. PS. PB. maintenance. Also custom tractor sere Wooded some with clear stream month Call 964-6305 John. TF 22S from.
HWY. 2/1 3 stall barn n.wly rewired. 2 Ac. $ 32,500
runt good. $1500. Call 964-4725 oHer 6 vice available. 9643210. "Itpd 9/15 $390 acre up 10% down. Call FOR LEASE 1250 >q ft, 301 South across 1125 NEIL COURT: 3 BR, 1 Ba carport own.rfinoncing $ 36.000
{Itpd 9/15 RELIABLE MATURE HOUSECLEANERi 615722.3812 or 722-5607 oft.r 7 from new KOA/Walmart. Also 2000 sq
p.m. p.m. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR. 1 Ba. 15001.f., wood frame S
964-5408. 964 8447, or 50,000
,VW BEETlEi slightly damaged. Make of. Itpd 9/15 fcan ft for leo... Call 964 8848.
fer. 964-8219. Itchg 9/13 EARN $7.75 HR.i W. need a..ltance In evening 473-3627. 8/4TF' BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot, I tf $ 44,000
evaluating and SPACE 500 ft for rent on, MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHftA, so n.ar $ 40,000
1979 FORD TRUCK .standard good tire*. responding to dally ANIMALS & PETS OFFICE sq. '
Gr.at for work out.Id, $1500. work report tubmltted by our agent Hwy 3Ot. Stark. Apply at Durrance DUPLEXES; FOR RENT, J3SO/mo.

7823920. Itpd /15 .throughout the ttate. No experience FOR SALE Pump ft Supply., 9647061. 8/25TF .....LOTS ft ACREAGE.._
1911 CONCORD DELUXEi good" Condi. necessary; paid to complete training. u LOT 9,GOLF AIR RDi Country Club Estates, 1,11 acres, Make an Offer)'' $ 8.700
tlon. 1600. 4733375. Itchg 9/15 Workk at home. For Information end RACE-BRED QUARTERHORSES for sale. SCHOOLSUNITED HWY. 325 10 acres joins Alachua County line S 25,500

1M1 OLDS OMEGA PS PB AC '4 self-addressed, stomped envelope 9V4 Barrel or roc. prospects In training. CONERIY ESTATES! lot 10 $ 10.000
cylinder, economical. $1100 080. Call Inch. long to: AWGA, D.pt. E, Box Broodmarei, foals. Term Exercise TRAVEL SCHOOLS, Reierva- MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres inside city $ 10,000RD.
964-4228. Itpd 91 IS 49204 Atlanta, Ga. 30359. Itpd 8/11 saddle. 1)64.5071. 2tpd 9/8-15 tlonlst. Travle Agent, Ticket Agents 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wood.d and platt.d $ 7,000

1918 TOYOTA CELICAt AT. AC, PS PB, ""' "* Live ,Computer Training Placement IAWTEY 5 acres, 105thAv... good Investment; S 15,000
AM/FM/coss.tt.4 8000 mile*. Excellent HOMES MOBILE HOMES Assistance. Financial Aid Available, RD. 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces:' $ 26.000

condition, blu. with cloth Interior.. FOR SALE FOR SALE Correspondence/Resident Training.; PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ID.J 20.16 acres,3 wells',.2 poles $ 50.000
964.5948 after p.m. 'Itchg 9/13 Accredited Member NHSC, Call toll- CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100' on water : S ,19.800
LOW AS SlOOi Government elied drug .free 1-800-782-2480. Headquarters: WINDING TREE LAKE) lot 246 Fla, Frontier ,$15,000,
'vehicle, BMW.., Cadillac, Ford. 'TWO BEDROOM HOME need repair 'THREE BEDROOM 2 bath CHftA. 12x72 Cleorwater Florida, fcan
truck,, ,van, .tp. Financing plan Low down to qualified buyer. Need to mobile home en 1V4 acr.' $14,000 UNITED TRUCK MASTER. Truck Drlv.r .COMMERCIAL.
available. Amazing recorded message establish monthly Income. $12,0000. cash 964-4430 aft.r 6 p.m. 8/18TF, Training D.O.T certification lob LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prim.acre. 301 S., Reduced to $85,000
reveal i detail, 4073322564. ext. 904-372-6381. 8tpd 8/11-9/29 f MOBILE HOME 2.x541987 Fleetwood 2 placement assistance,, financial aid LOCATION LOCATION I This prim. comm.rclallocotlan 507 W.: Madison. St..
20401. fcon THREE BEDROOM 2 both cathedral cell-' BR," I ba lightly furnished excellent available,, correspondence/resident directly across: from WlnnDlxis, could be converted to your needs.
'YOU CAN MAKE YOUR CAR LAST for Ing family room,, CH/olr. fireplace. cond.. locat.d In Starke. Phone training accredited member NHSC. RD. 16 WEST Four duplexe $130,000
200,000 mils or mar. I without .nice neighborhood near schools. 3/4 '772-1276 Jax or 964-.6095 after 6pm. Call toll-free 1-800-346-3112.; Headquarters SUPER COMMERCIAL Gr.oi'two story building corner Coll ft Walnut St.,

'.overhaul. Full page newapaper story acre, asking 62000. Call 964-2250.. 4tchg 9/15-10/6 ... : Clearwater1. Florida, ,,Icon 3198 s.f.,. clean: excellent condition, live upstairs, have
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t.lls' how. G.t your copy .fr... Itpd 9/15 business downstairs Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefit,
2066473875. fconPERSONAL" 12'.1001 larg. 3 BR block home-tn' *'", 3.34 ACRES-301 South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned

'. Starke,'central h.at,. AC,11-726-7651.. MATHEWS A 'Open Rural small 1 1BR hqm. ft .lngl. ld. ft CB bldg.. utility shed $ 62.000
SERVICES 9/1 TF YIB'' WALDO: 200x400 fenced zoned B-A $ 30.000
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE Hampton Lot = WANT TO DRINK 75x150 ft. $16,000 Cash Only 468-115U, raSls 964-4469 REALTOR 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage S 85.000
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THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I
WANT TO STOPTTHAT'S Itpd 9/15 When wiling rail ...ta.e, why settle lot telling the whole town when you can tell the whole workfl THOMPSON ST: 11,362 s f., brick, Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.000
THREE BEDROOM 2Vt bath IV, DR. BN, 301 N: 1.5 acres. MH hook-up.2 bldgs, 240"on 301, great value S 37,000
.' OUR*I kitchen UR, DG. By appointment only. .Area I U
Listing Agent/or VA Acquired Properties. 301 NORTH by EconoLodg. 165.01'on 301 $120.000
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964-6801.2tchg '
MOBILE HOMES 301 NORTH: approximately 150'xapprox, 220" $125,000
964-4150. or 944-2000 Off 301 N., wooded 8.50 oc, w/well ,
1973 NEW MOON 12x60 with .
pd thru 9/29 ape ft septic "
CHAIN LINK fENCE Installed. Fr.. prox. 10 ocres, North of Lowteyjt' .lawteyt 20 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. After Hour

estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA 105th Av... 125 frontage. I Anne Tervulllegar N.I on 473-7541

Owner Tommy Reddish. '964.8559 TF Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Storke,., 19BS Fleetwood 52x26.Word 3 BR, 2 Bo' .CR 125t 35 acres cleared posture.CR 1 John Longford Mast.r Appraiser, 496-2291
HOME REPAIR roofing n.w' CHftA, 1 acre near Lake .
] painting Flo. 32091.0411TF 123 15 acres, farmhouse ft 4
and tear of Addition,remodeling., .1983 FUetwood S2x24; 3 BR. 2'Bo. chicken tlau.... I Paulin. Randolph ;964-3160
lee office CH&A", front/rr patio db. car 96A. 2GLORIA'S
Thomas E. Construction
R 100 WI 13 $2300 acr.. Joy Thornsont
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His., many extras. '.CHy: on. acre on Laura St.room/ for
Inc. :V. HOMESFmHAi several) r..ld.ntlallot..
,Jordan Agency Several nice 3 BR 1 Vi Ba, .CHy 1.38 Ac;, great office location.,\

$23.000 to S39.00O. ,.City: SR 100; 3.5 acres, potential'
June Norman Andy Jordan 964-5237 garage, Rd: 3BR 2'.1 Sa. CHftA, commercial development area MUSIC HOUSE (Studio)
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I garage, carport, link fence
HOMES ft ACREAGE
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG 4V GLORIA BRYANT

yard..St. Clair 5'.: 2 BR, '1 Ba, CHftA with Gelger Rd. 2100 s.f. ,brick veneer, LFSSONS: GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS
Home Insurance S approx. 10 acres.Union .
Mobile large family rOom. Cry 135 acr., 2700 'sq.ft, 964-8210
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home, 3 additional building lots. .
Walnut St. 3 BR, 2 ba, CHftA, Ideal l BUILDING LOTS
St. Starke for the large family. .little lake Santa Fe 100x160 ft. lot, ,
Madison
441., W. '.CR 225: 3 BR, 1 ba,'CHftA, on 1 acre new septic. ;, tank approved for well, \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceferatedJRealtr

.near Lawtey, for the oul-of-towner. 'power source to lot.

I LAND ,-Two Story House Remodeled, very. \ :

.' .S... 100 A: Six Acre*. nice'I .

Bob Mathews, Realtor' Andy Jordan, Associate

441 W. Madison St.,' Starke : .'964-4544 :

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David L Dodge. MSA. CRA Tally Kuy ICIclcr. MRA SPRING LAKE .'3BR)Vi Ba CB ft Cedar 'Home, Stove, Refrl ft Dishwasher

CRB President Re9045370 1 Res. t>UI 56BU CHSA, 97 feet on the Water. Well ft Septic. .
Susan M. Faulkner QRI Kay C Waters Hobby IUttKRis | NEW LISTING IN IAWTEY 3BR/1BA CB. Home.. 1152 SF, Stove ft Refrl. Car-

tlHl 77O4 port. Nice Lot. .
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'; Inc. MOVE' 2BR/1BA Frame in Good Condition Stove ft Refrl
PICK UP AND i
ERA Faulkner Realty, Opal Dickson I 1.u. i I Iti Spry .
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,Rcs 9847333 M/iUMl Ris ut> | 8-iai LAKE PRIVILEGES 3BR/2BA CB Home, Living. Dining ft Family Rooms,
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Located Hwy. 301' 2 blks. S.. of SR 100. 221 W. Lafayette St: ; S Denignatcd Appraisers CHftA, 1416 SF,. Drapes ft Carpet, W.II ft Septic large Lot. .

Your Full Service Real Entnte Office QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/1BA CB Home" Central Heat, AC, Units,.

for Residence Frrt> Commercial Uu lne i Stove ft Rein Nice Fenced Yard., .
Appraisals
CORNER LOT 2BR/1 BA CB Home. Kitchen-Dining Combo, Family Room.
*TWO ACRE LOTS with well and septic, home or mobile home 3 ACRES OF ROOM TO ROAM i, 2BR/2BA CB Home: Extra Large living ft j
... BETWEEN STARKER, LAKE BUTLER 8 3/4 oere. 3 BR"; 1 Bo. 49900. Well ft .
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NEW.. LEASE PURCHASE Dining Rooms, Family Room. CHSA, Enclosed Garog. Septic.BEAUTIFUL .
*FIVE ft'/4 ACRES In lawt.y. A Rooms. Room for
BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA Living Dining.
PINEHAVEN SID 2 BR, I bo 3rd' BR to be completed, new window: roof, "A: Warren Stevenson Home" on2 acre. Gorgeous 3 BR, Prlvat. Office. Fireplace. CHftA large Eat-In Kitchen Pantry W.II. Sep- .
'. Only $26,500.. I / extra forge double garage
Loke Street. 2BA. great room w/flrep/oce. tic, 1 Acr.. .
'wi St.$ 2 rentol houses on ,
HAVE ONE .UNIT RENTAL. Ch.rry ,4" well// double insulated/ windows and more. GOOD LOCATION 3BR/2BA DW Mobil. Hom., 1988 CHftA 2-inch Well I,
nice lot 29900., .
'.TWO BEDROOM 1 both, neat on lease.. .
beoutlful.hoded lotover $2,000 down, S600 monfh. 1.26 Acre..
porch Immediate Occupancy. Septic.
..OVEIIIOO SQ.PT.t 3 BR, 2 bo. CILIA: Ig.screen GOOD BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story CB Business ft Home w/llving |
1 kitchen equipped, nice |ocuul.'
acre oaks. Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Buy up to 3.7 Acres.' ,
1 Acr. lorge
BRICK BR, 2 both kitchen equipped on A Few of Our Many Listings IAWTEY AREA '. 2BR/1BA Frame & 3BR/2M Doublewlde like N.w
n, chain link fenced yard.
BEDROOM 2 bath In town, .
*FOUR BR, BATH stucco need ome finish work 1 oere, nice kitchen appliance : ALMOST NEW DOUBUWIDf'on 40 acre*, good land. 85000. w/Flreploce. Patios A Carport, CHftA, large Workshop. Well & Septic
THREE
COUNTRY LIVING! but close to Storke. 20 Acre with nice MH. CHftA. $65,000BRICK Own.r Financing/Good Terms 6,92 Acres.
*, CHftA only $31,000. STREET ..3BR/1BA From.. Well ft Septic; 2 Acre.
..TWO NICI BUILDING LOTS. ((100x100 each). 4 BR, IV4 boo Raiford area on I acre. GRAND .
.ley lake ar_. LAROI 4 BR, 2 ba, on 3 acre, hwy. frontag., only 51000., POLK STREET 3B /IBA From., Lot 50x150 ft. $9,500., .
BEDROOM COTTAOI. 1 acre, Klng ,
*ONE SAMPSON LAKES. DUPLEX IN STARKEi rental Income $550 p.r mo., only 25000. VAWTEY V Old Fashioned Frame ......... 4BR/1 BA., Large Living ft Dining'Rooms |

*LOTS ON CROSBY STREET 28x60 pre-lob steel building on 120x125 lot. POUITRV FARM ft RESIDENCE pullet form fully equipped on 8 acre. Large Porches, large Lot w/Shod. Tr_. City Water, Septic Tank. .
*ORANGE 2BR/1 BA SW Mobil. Home In Excellent Condition Well ft Sep- |
central for Information. NEW RIVER ,
shaded lot heat/ Excellent Income. Call more
Starke.
REDUCED I 2 BR, 1 ba well built home on nice large very close to .
AC unit kitchen equipped, tll. both 2 storage units and carport.. -HURRYI Nice frame home. In city, 3BR nice lot 28000.' ''tic 9.5 Acre. 26000. land Only 22000. ,
I large Reduced S30,000. A GOOD CARPENTER Buy & Repair this Two-Story 3BR/2BA I
301 SOUTHt Over 1000 ft. In MH an 2.45, ocr... 4" Well. to ARE YOU
29500.BEAUTIFUL HOME on. year old em.niti.'Includ. jocuni. sunken. living, 'HUNTERS PARADISIt 2 Homes, 60 oere. Improved posture C wood .,/Block' ft Frame Home Large living" ft Dining Room w/Flreploce,.large lot. ,

fireplace. Intercom and much mor. ;lAWTEYi, close to school. 3 BR. 1 Vi Bo, city water.. ,,' SELECTED PROPERTIES .
room COUNTRY HOME almost 8 acre with posture,. 3 stall born,'stocked fish LAKE BUTLER city water ft sewer, big lot nice frame home.,.? I .
LANDi. M ACRES on paved road nice property owner financing. 6 ACRES Inside City limit. Frontage on Hwy. 100. City Water 7 Sewage.. '

pond.*RENTALS: 2: BR,,2 bo MH In Theresso.. ,FRAME HOMES Beautiful setting with pecon tree, on 2 acre, paved roa d- \ 20 ACRES SW Mobil.Home w/Stove & Refrl 2 Well, Septic Tank,Planted
In town. FINANCING. low down payment 10% Ins.,..l.$43.000., Pines
ba OWNER
( upstelr .pt.
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'siIAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acre. 2300*.t., excellent water.DCERWOODt .. 4$ ACRES .. Breaker. Will Divide Own.r Financing w/Good Terms, .
I I Development with deed ,.lrktlon. over 1600 ..t.. Immaculate.. I' 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Well & Septic: Owner financing.. .

BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME over 2.000 *q. ft.. Crystal Lake ace...:, ACRES Good Commercial location Hwy, 16W.'
3/1'A. eat-In kitchen and mor*.' Zoned for Mobile Home. .
GREAT BUY Storke excellent neighborhood ,i 1 ACRE
!f.W1 Call nw 'nf Our Professionally LOCATION lOCATION In Storks. custom home on 5 acroa.I B ACRES Hwy. 301 South .
P ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home.
I COMMERCIAL LOT ON HWY. 301 SOUTH Good Business location. .
Staff Today..9Q45O69m( Downtown Srorhe, 2 Store Presently Occupied'I LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. Loke Frontage.

calf Good Income Can/ (armors 'Intel ,LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson. Owner financing.a .
Hours
t CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
ITrained Associates Call Vs About 5 5 LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City.If ;
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LAKE PROPERTIES YOU MIND IS ON REAl ESTATE O*THINGS RELATED j
L Faulkner..964-5142. BUILDING LOTSCOMMERCIAL, MAKE YOUR NIXTSTOP ATACCEtfRATCO .

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STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to LAKI GENEVA Mobil Horn Park CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. should' be submitted
Mix. Item lot HOUNDs"aegl.t.red.. ADVERTISING should be submitted
FRIDAY SATURDAY COON TreeingWalker CLASSIFIED
work? W hove clean mobile Keystone, Partially) furnished from to the Lake Region Monitor office
of cloth., Morgan Rd.off 30)), Look for your homes available.* 468-1323.1011 TF $135 month. Call 473-7566. 20tpd .In writing and paid In advance *. Trained ,, and puppies.. Call to the Union County: Times of
.lgn.. Itchg /lSMULTIFAMILY WALDO VILLAS unfurnished, 2 BRtownhou. 7/21-12-1 unless' credit I.I already'established ,275.2377.9115 2tpd. 922NEW flc*''In writing and paid In advance
YARD SALES Friday 9/16. mobile 14 PT.STOCK TRAILER Tag-o- ong. unless credit Is already establishedwith
... carpet, CHA. 468-1971, ON LAKE GENEVA homes fur- with this office.MONITOR .
9 a,m. to 3 p.m. Strawberry ShorKokelinen 3/10 TF flushed nice 2 BR, IVi BA furnished STAFF CANNOT BE HELD cov..ed..l, Woody Woodham, Call this offlc.
*, dro .rl.*, moped, clothing FURNISHED Equal Housing ROOM Opportunity.with air. oil utilities dock t laundry facilities available. RESPONSIBLE FOR ''MISTAKES IN 275-2377 9/15 2tpd. 9/22 THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD
craft kit., etc. South It 9/15 Excellent condition. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
HONDA,4-WHEEL, ATV
Coller.Id. $37.50 weekly. Magnolia .4732919. tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
From
SATURDAY p.m. *, mist paid. $600. Call 496-2077'ltchg. 9/15 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER,
9/1S Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF 1 BR COTTAGE near library, furnished, THE TELEPHONE.
Modlion St. Itchg
680
Item W. lft THREE BEDROOM, 1 Vt both clean closeto AC. $240 mo. Lake privilege*. Classified deadline I I. IT:00 a.m.Tuesday THE TlUPHONLClo..lfled
tHUIS-FII.IATI 16 W to 225 turn deadline I I. MONDAY. 5,,
tfnch ,
Coll 4681323. 6/9TF' 4734961.91 prior to Thursday publication. HELP WANTED
Uft. Rd Barn I Itpd prison.
about 1 mil on Big CLEAN FURNISHED HOMESI central AC HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR/1 BA close to Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3.50. P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
9/15 $385. Call after 6 3352474. for each word thereafter. oil Minimum charge I I. 1 15 word for$3.50
school then 15 cent
reasonable rent* PINES
,SATURDAY ONLY I 18:30: until, 909 N.. extras CRUISI SHIPS Now positions then 15 cent for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS .
Thompson St. Couch and two choir 496-2366. SR 121,,Lake Butler 7i4TF 2tchg 9BISBEAUTIFUL Both skilled and unskilled. Far Information
$50: cloth., lot of mcllanou! It TWO ,BEDROOM CB HOME In town SILVER LAKE HOUSE Enjoy call 1(615)292-6900( ) ext. H7II.
CH&A. carpet Must '_.,Col' 4681323. this clean nice 2 BR, screen porch 9/8 2tpd. 9/15 ,
THURSDAY 9/15 FRIDAY! 7 until 5:30 p.m. 7/21TF fireplace,AC, furnished on large 'lot. ... SERVICES LOAN SECRETARY NEEDEd Must be skilled -
2nd RR craning on Crlffl Loop on firsteurv LIKE NEW COMPLETELY REMODELED! 2 Swim ski. sandy beach. No pets. _; In typing shorthand and In computer .

*to lft. Plllowca, *ht., little BR. 1 bo ham?new carpeting, CHSA, .73.2..40 Itpd 9/15 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile or loan processor Experience HUNTING CLUB TAKING NEW MEMBERS
bit of everything Itpd 9/15 large shaded fenced yard carport with 14X'2 MOBILE HOME -2 BR 1V4 BA AC. homes, pool, deck, sidewalks.'Free necessary Apply' to Former andDealer Close to Newberry. Call 4724280. 9/8
SUNDAY l/lli 9.5 p.m. 610 Melton Ter- extra storage, Quiet neighborhood. Keystone Heights/Clay County $250 estimate Call Rob 473-3590, 9/1 Bank 9/8 2tchg. 9/15 2tchg. 9/15
roc*. Itchg 9/15 walking distance to schools, shopping, month. 473.7770 4tpd 915106MOBILE tfnchg TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I Linda
FRIDAY SATURDAY Hwy. 16 toward $325 monthly with, 1 yr. lease and, ROOFING, GUTTERING Tear off haut BOATS Faye Gibson have never hod any thing,
prison to 57th Ave. Turn right' go two, deposit 631 Francis St.;, 964 8073. HOMES away ,and I replace. Quality work wrong with m*. In reference to rumor
mile Itchg 9/15 8/11TF Reasonable rote, Call Keith 473-0760. 'now circulating In the area. Please
DESERT ISLE MOTELi Low dally or weekly LITTLE LAKE BUNDV -2 BR MH, lot size 75 9/1 tfnchg 14' JOHN BOAT with live well 2 seats, contact m* personally for explanation.Have .
fate Kitchenette for rent. Also X 200 for sale or rent. Rent$150 month, SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled' and ,extras Included. 13 h.p. Johnson 1988 a nice day! Itpd. 9/13
FOR RENT mobile home parking spac for rent purchase, 12900. Small down payment adjust tension In your home. Special new trailer. $1,800. Call 4962690. 9/8'
7823332. 2tpd 9/15-22 finance at 10%. Call 1-786-5877 $14.95. Repair all brand Work 2tchg. 9/15 INTEREST CREDIT PACKAGING SERVICE
I 2 BR APARTMENT! I both unfurnished, or 1-786-5217. Itchg 9/15 guaranteed. 473-7862.9/1 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS I
Notice I I. hereby that the United
given
,NEWLY DECORATED! everything furnlih- duplex near schools. $300 monthly. DESPERATE FOR TRADES Top dollar HOMES FOR SALE State of America acting through the
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video 9642250. Itpd 9/15 paid on all trade Pleas trade today. Formers Horn Administration, United
room _liable. Will accept on. child. ,LARGE TWO BEDROOM MH on Grlffls Call today 684-4981 or 6844982.
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States of
N. loop. $190 month, $100 deposit. THREE BEDROOM BLOCK HOME With Deportment Agriculture
2313 Temple
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no pt Palm Apt HUGHES MOBILE HOMES located Hwy. I
furnish servicesto
PACK HAT sell and trade collectible seeking proposals to
Buy pool large family room fireplace
Av.., Stark 32091. 10/29 TF 964.8704. Itchg 9/15 20 [lust east of Interlochen. 4tchg
Item and antique Used furniture, double 1 In Union prepare Interest credit renewal for
ADULT PARKi Clean 2 BR mobile home, ON HAMPTON LAKE! 2BR. 'I both.eer..n 9/15.10/6 garage on acre
jewelry and much more. $55,000, Call 372.9593. borrower covered by FmHA rural
| Neg.
glassware County.
$275 month utllltle included. -, .
V4 mile from city. Nice neighborhood. porch. UNLUCKY WITH CREDIT New In area?
the of Baker,
9/15'' 'Com see for yourself One mil east Itchg. 9/15 homing loon In counties
468-1777 Itpd
468-1323 10/8TF hove used and Lowdown
We new Repo
100. Columbia and Union Florida for the
of Heights on Highway
with all utilities CAMPER SPACES with full hook-up$8.50per Keystone
FURNISHED ROOM air. payment, trades welcomed Coll October and
1988
period beginning
paid from $37.50 per week. day or '$106 per month. Also today 684.4981 or 6844982. HUGHES 4732183. 9/1 tfnchg. ,Vineyard.. FOR RENT extending through September 30,
GRAPES-YOU. PICK Lilly'
trailer for 'rent. Lost 'Valley Cam--
MAGNOLIA.HOTEL,Walnut St.; by Post MOBILE HOMES located Hwy. 2O |just Coral Farm Rood Florahome. Open 7 1989. Complete detail for submitting a
and Lake 9645760. 2tpd
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Office. TF pground east of Interlochen. 4tchg 9/15-10/6 Phone 659-2121 Stchg CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES Central A/C. proposal to furnish these services may
MOBILE HOMES 2 BR, 1 BATH WITH AC 9/".22 ZERO DOWN To land own.rel We can a.m.p.m. Extras. Reasonable Rents. PINES Call be obtained by ,contacting Betty C.
COVERED PATIOS. 1 MILE TO TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with large fenc. land Used mobile ,8/25-9/22. ,
also Improve your 496-2366. SR121 Lake Butler, 7/14 McMurtry, FmHA Stat. Office, 401 SE
STARKE. 964.7498.. *d yard. Coll 964-7872 fromm 2.7:30:
DOWNTOWN home HUGHES MOBILE HOMES
tfnchg. 1st Avenue, Room 217 Gainesville, Fl
414TFSOUTHERN- p.m. Itchg 9/15 located Hwy. 2O. |just east of In- FOR SALE MOBILE HOME Three bedroom. 2 bath 32601, 904-376-3218 ext. 60. Closing
VILLAS OF STARK I I. now IN LAKE BUTLER! Unfurnished :3 BR housewith 9/15-10/6 l
terlochen
central heat and air Fireplace; date for submission of proposal I is 3:00p
taking application for 12 bedroom carpet window air nice BEEFBEEFBEEFBEEFBEEFBEEFBEEFBEEF' MOVING-MUST SELL King size waterbed microwave, large lot. Near Wor- ,m.r local time, on September 26:
apartment. $199 and $219 month'', neighborhood $260 per mo., first S We'II match your weight In BEEF. with 12 drawer pedestal headboard thington Spring $300 a month plus 1988.
CHA, fully equipped kitchen cable final deposit. 964-6305. TF When you purchase your new home heater. Infant ft toddler car depositsCall 496-2554. 9/15 tfn/chg, ,2tchg9/8-15.
ready. 964-7295 or 964.42)4. 5/26TF from us before Sept. 20. We will match seat; 3 spped bike with child seat; ottoman. MOBILE HOME three bedroom on acre
.TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile homer' MISCELLANEOUSGET YOUR and YOUR SPOUSES WEIGHT In 475-3391. 2tchg 9/15-22 of land. Hard rood ,frontage. Coll REAL ESTATE
12x60. $250 month. 9644238. 8/11TF \ r BEEF That' In addition to our liquidation ,, ETHAN ALLEN BEDROOM ,i. suite 4962842. Itchg. 9/15,
TWO BEDROOM TRAILER In country no PAID FOR READING books $100 price on lot model H U R R Y. M Heirloom design. Four piece Daffodil
I children partially furnUhed. 7823942or In HUGHES MOBILE Yellow suit containing a hutch chest, unfurnl.hed'r 1-3-5-10-20 ACRES or larger for tale.
per title Write: PASE CD). 161 S. Llncolnwoy ,O O o o v e today. IN LAKE BUTLER : BR
782 3344. 8/25TFce N. Aurora, II, 60542.. 4tpd HOMES located Hwy. 20 |just east of desk and choir.'$650. Call'473-4424. house, carpet window air, nice New two bedroom 2 both doublewlde
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME: James 9/8-29 Interlochen.This od must be presentedon Itpd 915COMPUTER $260 per mon; first ,on one or more acres Call 496-3939,
O.' McDaniel "" .861" or 9645798.' HOW YOU CANN COLLECT''the enor-' Initial' vlilt. 4lchg 915106ON ''TYPEWRITER -, oak desk, final neighborhood.deposit. 964.6305..TF days. 454-1595 evening. ,' tfn/chg.,
4tchg 8/25-9/15 moue benefit due you under Social DEER SPRINGS LAKE DW mobile sofa A chair, riding lawnmower. Call'' 9/15'
TWO BEDROOM 2 bath ilnglewld MH,, Security.! ) Free Information., Writ.,' horn, central H/AC, $34,900. '475-1436; evenings llpd 9/15
FP, CHSA acts* to acreage.9645410.' Federal Publication? 585 Stewart 473-2252. Itpd 9/15 .' : "

9/1 TF Cordon City !NY' 11530. fcanR.V.'CAMPERS ,SALE OR RENT 5798 Silver Sand Circle., WANTEDSEARS .
BRAND NEW 3 BR. 2 both house:large, 3/2 DW CH/A.,'fenced, $65,000. Rent Is Looking -
Currently

modernn,, sliding kitchen glass,with door appliance C patio and, $450.473-2153 Furnished or 1.751:0253.1tpd or:' unfurnished.9/15 LT10 9/1-15 mower' for parts., 4737413. SnDB is For Management' Candidates
large bath, ,Stchg I
cloiett, prlvatr ,matter .
Their
For .
garage with extra storage quiet shaded TRAVEL TRAILERS ,
with lots of HELP WANTED LAND SALES '
lot, nice neighborhood Management Training ,Program \
tree ., 5 minute, from, hopping .
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i chool.$490 man. plus deposit 1 yearlas 1979 MOTORHOME; Jamboree 24', 350, COMPANION caring parson female,. LOT'FOR SALE on Washington Lake: , '
964.8073.9/1TF V8. low mileage, roof air, generator needed 2 day. a week to look after Huron Court In Big Tree Lake subdivision "
1 ACRE* MOBILE HOME LOT $100 mon deluxe Interior sleeps 6. Reasonably 'woman 65., Light housekeeping: 9.5. 15500. Call 813.992.1657. Stchg Five Days, ;50 Hr, Work-week-Two '
priced Call 9646399. Itpd 9/15 day optional. 4737528. 2tchg 9/8-15 .
thly.. 964-4238. 9/1 TF 9/1-29
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment", 1, CRUISE SHIPS ,- Now Hiring! Summer Week Vacation, ,

adult only. Clean quiet,,, ,Phon BUSINESS Career opportunities. Excellent pay. ANIMALS Medical '& Dental Benefits I
Refundable All
9642358. 2tchg 9/8-15 OPPORTUNITIES World Travel Call ( ) Major
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CLEAN IN TOWN: 2 BR house CH&A, 1-518-4593533 EXT P3339A.' 3tpd Gelding. 4 old benefits offered I
HORSE
Adult pref."ed.$235 9/8.21' QUARTER year are just- a few of the,
carpet no pets. 4751968.
$600. Itchg
shifts.. troll horse.
month plus security deposit. Call ,1000 SUNBEDSr TONING TABLES! Sunal- CASHIER Evening and weekend good -: -:' -, ;*'''
also'offers
964.6680 after 3 p.m. for appointment WOLFF Tanning Beds SlenderQue.tPes.ive Apply In person at Chevron Food Mart ,,9/15 tat Wendy's.'Wendy's ,.

to view. 9/8TF. _....., .. .". ?._...,..,._ Exerciser. Coll for free color' .SH.JCaA.SaJl.KeyMoKe.Itch.*BAfe< )}
WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILD in my PERSONALSANYONE excellent'bpportunityfor1"advancement. : : : 'f
TWO BEDROOM mobile hOme on Gruff catalogue.' Save to 50%, ,
'lot Icon ham (HRS registered) before and '
1-80O-835-3826 '
Loop;, carpet window air large :' -'
with tree Call 468-2374. Itchg 9/15 OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE after school. Reasonable. Spring lake Interested In circulating a '.'. ;,: .:
LOT WITH SEPTIC TANKr pump well, STORE, Choose from: Jeon/Sport- 'area. Call Susan after 6pm,473-2782. petition to our congressman protestingth ,, '

,very reasonable. ,Contact Floyd at '.wear" ladle* men, children/mater 2tchg 9/15-22 outrageous and damaging concussions .., Call or Send Resume: ToD''S :, ,
Starke KOA Kompground. Itpd 9/15 nity large *sixes p.tlte. from helllng at Camp Blanding; ,
THREE ROOMS I bath furnished let dancewear/aerobte bridal linger! or please phone 473-7181. Itpd 9/15 Attn Leslie Smith
floor apartment. $175 month. No pets. accessories store. Add color analysis. ....\. { J
9642796. Itpd 9/15 Brand name: Liz Clalborne, Healthtex,, DOORS'DIAGGI'NG?, FLOORS SAGG \'Jt\: 7761 Bayberry Road

BALDWIN VILLAGE APTSt now taking ape Chous lee, St., Michele Forenza. STROUT, REALTY' ING? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call Jacksonville'Fl 32256, ,
plication for 1 A 2 BR apartments.CHBA Bugle Boy Levi, Comp Beverly Hills, Incorporated LaRu Leveling Service for all your
fully equipped kitchen drape, Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 Broker foundation repairs. Keystone,
266-9594. Equal Housing Opportunity. other. Or $13.99 one price designed 831 N.Temple Ave.U.S.301)) "73-7721.7/91F' '
9/I5TF multi-tier pricing discount or family Starke Fl 32091 \'
LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking application shoe store. Retail price unbelievable 964-8931 '
for 1'a 2 bedroom apart, for lop quality shoes. normally priced FOR SALE. .
ment' CHBA. fully equipped kitchen, from $19 ro $60. Over 250 brand 2600 f463i:, Rental Investment f story apt., YARD SALES
drape 782-3531 New Management., styles. $17,900 to 29900. Inventory house plus 2 BR ham, E.: South St.Drastically .c Fill Dirt: Top, Soil '
,
Equal Housing Opportnity. 9/15TF training fixture, airfare grand open' reduced ($45,000)) HUGE GARAGE SALE Friday I Satur Loads Ltmerock
Ing etc. Can open 15 day.. Mr. Mor-' 1472 20 acres", Lawtey, 34600.: day. Sept. 16 A 17. 8 a.m. 7699 Clover Large or Small of r'.

phls (612)888-1009. Itpd 9/15 Owner financed. lone. Itpd 9/15 Work
kitchenettes 'Tractor Backhoe '- Bulldozer96461st f
I HIGHRIDOC ESTATES end of Temple St.'
,WOW I I -"( 1464: 21 unit motel restaurant It < '
House. 10 singles, 13 acres front Frl..,, Sot. < Sun. 105.( Itchg 9/15 ,
3 Bedroom US 301. Reduced Low Downpoymentt e 964-582 e 964-6095 ,

For Sale To Be 1470: 24 Unit Motel Rental plus office :

Moved. To Your spaces fqr rent. Great income realized .. ,
lot Mary's Variety\ Shop her*. Negotiable term I V. DURRANCE !
Mobil with added fruit
1476: opt. f
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Only 48,900.001 ,Opening Sat Aug. 27th trees, fenced yard. Keystone, 3 BR, 2 LflKE BUTLER RPRRTmEIlTS
Call Thomas On E., Call St boo all like new. PUMP &SUPPLY :

.,1 House Movers ',{Over'the Railroad Track) I Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These'

752-2318.. 752-5825 x !Well Drilling all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all havewalltowall .

carpet crapes, and kitchen appliances. On-slte laundry I

Rotary 2" to 6" facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.'

T.II.E.Apartments For application and Information
Horse & Tack .
; Please .ee us at '15)
AuctionSaturday \\ PumpsAll
1005 SW 6th Str..t
2 PM Train to bee j Lake Butler FI,32054 '
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Bradford I[ 922 E. Brownlee St. I f TRAVEL AGENT Or Call 496-3141 !

Fairgrounds e TOUR GUIDE
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,,2 & 3 BRs Available' e AIRLINE -

Mastercard & Visa Low, Income RESERVATIONISTStart 0 ,Now Leasing.

;AcceptedCome Housing = locally, full time/part time Forest Park'' is
.a.a.964":7133EO
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Buy or Sell Train on live airline compute ; ApartAn
AL Home study and Resident VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor
HOUSiNG training
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for moderate
(904)472-6410 apartment complex designed
N5Ul hdqr Pompano Bcb, H, "
Your Plumbing! Parts Income families No rental assistance'' ;

FINANCIAL,AID AVAIIABtC available.Attractive 1 & 2 BR/1 Da apts.,' 4

e JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE ',,,964. 061 range refrigerator; carpet, central heat&.air., "; '4. 'f'

A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL patio and laundry. Free,water sewer & -
'Saddles ,& Tack 864 N. T.mple Av*., Stark, garbage.Rent $185 $220 mlnlmum-Two
1 8OO 432 3OO4f complete handicapped apartments avail.. ,

301 S. e Starke (Across from KOA Cam rounds) Nights ft W H>knds For Infonnation/AppUeatloni _
Accradtfed Member NHSC) Fans Park Apartment e 776 NE let Street. Lake Butler.Fl 33OS4

| 3 Day Sale -- Friday' & Saturday, |' '".7578 ((904 4o6 343:9: E.K 0.

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New Choice UNITED REALTY FACTORY
Saddles TRAIN o
& of TRAINED ST i iE
I $75.00" of' Starke,
Used & ,Halters PROs.oval CERTIFIED

Tack' up $2.00 SECRETARY ,John E. Curies, Broker CONTRACTOR

-.,..., SEC./RECEPTIONIS1 US 301 South, Starke. Fl. 964.8447 e Home 473-3627 AVAILABLE
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> EXEC. SECRETARY: ,

Start locally fun time/part time. 3 BUILDINGS FOR LEASE UNITED REALTY
Elixson Wood! Products Inc., Learn word r.ce.etgsadrelated: ',

ecretartal! resident. training.. Home National atudy and Southpoint I Center is proud':to announce


Cypress:Mulch Pine Bark FEAxcwAmwvAILABTz FL ,Across Location from New_ 301 KOA/Walmart South ,two very'powerful. additions ,
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You Pick Up or We Deliver, .JOB PLACEMENT 1-800-432-9004 ASSISTANCE.J 1,000 Sq.Ft. ... $180 monthly to its sales force;,'

THE HART SCHOOL ,, 1,250 ''Sq.Ft. $570 'monthly I Claire Chlappini .Home 475-2021,

We Also Have Red Heart.Cypress Lumber Irt.arA.C.T.Carp., 2,000 Sq.Ft. $830 Nick Chlappini -Home "475-1032

Accredited Member ,monthly l : I Fred Sackett-]Home> .8618447NHSC
964-6649: I Water and Sewag Paid FPAL Service _._,


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September is, 19H8 TELEGRAPH '
TIMES MONITOR SECTION P.g* lift
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,. .: Starke Man :Gets 65 Years for MurderA

r 'Stdrke' ."1 .'
Area 'iI.
Ads 1 StArke man was sentenced Mon- Starke police Captain Richard Bennett Bradford County where b*WM add!-'
day In Bradford of
Circuit Court to 05 In search DeSue. Witness TtlonaUy charged with murder. ,
years In prison for the death of a were questioned who said they had
... --. -- .- .- .-- -- neighbor seen DeSue driving the victim's car. DeSue/WlflUnu WM released
Joseph Pernell .William, also They said he was trying to get to his from Lawtey Correctional Inatitu.Uonal -'
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FOR SALE HELP WANTED : known as Joe DeSue.l.was charged girlfriend's home in Webster. June 1987 after serving part of
"' With the murder of Willie Dell last A warrant charging grand theft'' a 10 year sentence on a 1M3 conviction -
MUSICAL (INSTtUMINTSi ,.. low .. TRAIL MOTEL/IUT AuaAHT In \Lawtey MtOiAMC *e s,'ilCi' r f"oMrcill'ir'T."' January. Williams pled no contest to was Issued by Judge George Pierce for battery oil law enforcement
'14." MT month. Call 9644946. Mn application are being taken for additional Must experienced, willing'to work' the charge to escape a jury trial and. for the arrest of DeSue.; officer and escape. In U7 be waa
NEWSPAPER PLATES, Aluminum. h.lpfor our fall and winter and have tool. Davis Expre**. a possible death sentence. sentenced to three yean for
Measure 24x36",25 cent each. Great eaton. 'Various position open for 9646619. 2tchg 9/15-23 Authorities believe Williams went In Hawthorne the 1975 Chevrolet resisting an officer with violence In I
for patching and repair:TELEGRAPH. restaurant and housekeepers for' NEED MATURE PERSON male or ., to Dell's home on Old Lawtey Road was found later abandoned (with the Bradford County. While In prison be
13S W. Coil JK 964-0309. motel. Apply In person only no phon. to ill with elderly man one to two day.' for a haircut and later returned to hood up) on US-301 where witnesses had five disciplinary reports for
AUdA HAY In roll.under bom. Delivery call.. 9/8TF a _k. Call 964-4493. *a.m. to 9.p.m. beat him to death and steal his car said DeSue was trying to get a ride unarmed assault, spoken threats
ovolloblo. ArthurGasklns. 7823727. ) Au.mbl' 9/15TF and wallet. ,to Webster after the car,broke down. and consumlnllntoxicanta.
9/26TP DRIVER POI OVII-THI-ROAO tractor Good police work and witness .- --
OtAPU PICK Griff It Loop Jo., tion. 904-641-8003 ext, ..-"79. 8/29 trailer. Must be 23 yean old hove 2' cooperation in the Investigation of At 10:30: a.m. Monday morning
Foulk 964-5678. ,Open Mon-Sat.., 8 4tpd: 9/19 year verifiable experience, good driv the weekend murder In Starke led to DeSue was arrested at his He was released early with administrative -
o.m.-7 p..m.. Sun I., p.m., 8/29 4tpd HAIRSTYLIST WANTED with good personality ing record and reference Dovl Express the arrest of Williams 30.was girlfriend's home in Webster and and Incentive gain
9115 to rent a chair In a talon. 9646619. 2tchg 9/13-23, 1 p.m. Sunday (Jan.,16).Del1, charged with grand theft. time, according to, prison
4 CU. FT.
HOTPOINT '
.lde-by.lde Clientele preferred.. Phon. 9646777. found dead in his home after ., n<>/WlllIIVTD* wnn returned to spokeswoman Paula Tully
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refrigerator almond .
water 4 Ice thru 2tchg 9819ACCOUNTS NOTICE neighbors became ,
when -
door. Ilk. n.w. $450. Ed' 'ppllanc.. PAYABLE ft RECEIVABLE did suspicious I.
964.3966. Itchg 9/15 they not see him that morning:
CLERK construction .xp.rl.nc. (
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CHUT TYPE MHZI. 13 cu. ft., good: helpful, but not essential. Send resume Cla..lfled" deadline I I. TUESDAY Dell who was tied to his bed was
condition. $150. 473-3981. 2tchg tot P.O. Box 8, Slork.,,Fl 32091.Itchg; NOON prior' to Thursday publication. beaten about the head and body
911 5-22 9/15 Claullled display deadline I I.TUESDAY, Two firearms. Dell's Wallet and his
SIPTIMII! aiARANCl'SALII I All TV. NEED MORE INCOME Or full tlm. |fob( 5:00 P.M. Special Claulfled display vehicle were I missing from the
reduced. Campbell'.Electronic, 132 E. Call Teresa for Information. Sell AVON placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. home according to Investigator:Don
Call St. 2tchg 9/19-22 today I 9644103. Itchg 9/15 Minimum charge for classified ads I I. Denton.
KINO'MZI WATERBED Wavelet.. ml,. THE CITY OF STARKI I I. now accepting'' 13 ward for $3.30 th.n IS cent! for Several ,telephone calls to the
rored headboard with helve* $190. application for the position of Laborer each word thereafter.. county 'Jail concerning the
964-7809 after 7 p.m, 9/1 STF for the Sanitation ft Trash Dept. Apply, ..- whereabouts of Joe DeSue or
SEVERAl ITEMS Weedeater Ilk. new, at City Hall. Merlll Dee Off ic., Itchg ''Williams, led the investigation of
4100;, Stove $29; Toro lawn mower 9/19 Bradford County Lt..Glen Moore and
$200: Sofa A chair S7S; color TV $J3r, CITY OF LAWTEY POLICE DEPT. will betaking y
utility trailer$250; two doubl.bed$20 application for part-time police
each; dinette table $20: motorlied officer, Applicant must be State Certified.
treadmill 200. Phon. 782.3164 or Pickup application from City David Lawson Paint &
964.6720 after 9 p.m. Itpd 9/15 Hall. Mud be returned by Wednesday Body Shop
LUMBER SALIi 21. 1981. 9/15
Stephen Smith Sawmill. Sept. Itchg
4682624. Preuure treated 2x6x10 RN, PEN Full ,and PRN position Insurance Collision Work -Free Estimates
$3.10; 2x6x12 $4.30; 2x6x16 $9.90. available. Med/Sura experience CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133
Galvanized roofing by Reynold Great r.f.rr.d. Paid time off program.Apply -
price, 12 ft. 795. Alto carrying lattice Lak. Butler Hospital Hand Surg.ry r.-
pars.!., 4x8 premium $8.99. Just Center SR 100 ft 121/ Lak. Butler,, Fl. "*-------- -. -_ _
'mile. South of Starke on 301, Itchg 9/15 496-2323 EOE. Itchg 9/19
.COUCH ft TWO CHAIRS wood frame 0.1., SCRUB;TECH PEN PRN/on call
with leather cuthlon $90. Call position available. Good working con-, HELP WANTED
964-6305 or 964-4430 after 6 p.m. 2t dltlons. Previous experience required.
9/1522 Apply to Lak. Butler Hospital Hand
DIORIASERI (1OERM-TROII SLIMLINI Surgery Center SR 100 ft 121, Lake, (_COMPUTER: OPERATOR II )
ROOM, hair and beauty product and Butler, Fl. 496-2323 EOE. Itchg 9/15 I
more I.Ye*I Stanley'* guaranteed and DON'T SELL AVON the old way. Sell
ha been for Avon the n.w Free sign for
30 yearal I 964-4789. Itpd way up
'I, 9/19 two week Ramonq, 7823068. 4tchg The City of Starke has 'opening' for a Computer

1987 FOUR-WHEEL all terrain cycl., very 91.22 Operator II.
low mileage. $1500 or be.t aH.,. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE Part-time spring Music Master...,
and for Minimum Qualifications: Four experience as a
years
964-4632 call aft.6 p.m. Itpd 9/15 summer position dynamic ,
1972 DUTCHCRAFT TRAVEL TRAILER: 17 self-starter recruiting local families to| Computer Operator ''or have an AA Degree from an DJ Tina Gonzales of SUrke .. ready te.pln MOM record at "Booglee*.a
ft., $700. 964-9190 or 964-7079.ltchg, ,host European'high school students, nan.alcoholic dance:: dub which open Friday. night at H*location en US 301,
accredited college in Data
9/15 and coordinating their four-week sum-1 Processing. No -tb.
i BAKER LP GAS INC.,!family.owned and m.r homestays. Competitive compenatlon. -'
operated. W. have low overhead annd For detail, tend resume to .
c( Apply to Personnel Director' Starke City Hall ]) .
trtve to give better price and lervlce. ."WEST Program Inc., 35 Westminster I
W. rent and ell tank and solicit Rood, Great Neck >NY ,11020. 3tpd ...
( cutonner owned tank. w. give senior. HOUSE-PARENTi Monday through Fri i f fit, ,
'citizen discount. 1-800-828-0999. day. 964-8747 ask for Donna. Itpd 9/15
299-6812. 4tpd 9/15-10/6 MAMA NEEDS HELP with children age
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE New and 6-12, Light housekeeping, transporting PINE FOREST.:APARTMENTS
,uied home and industrial. All make tome nlghtt. On horse-farm near STARKE RADIATOR &: (.
and model repaired., Call 9648733., Union-Bradford line. May r.locat. to TRANSMISSION. INC.'
1/4TF St. Augustine In 6 months* Now Accepting Applications for
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''' 964-9078.2tpd 9/8-19 Heater &: Radiator Repair;

2 & 3 BR Apartments Starting'at' ,$195. Specialist,
YOU HOOK YOU COOK! 5::' > Heater Cores Water Pumps Part
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'" Hand-Fed Channel Catfish W'' .CH/A Fully Equipped Kitchen Cable Ready System(FREE Inspection Cooling )


*Z*. Triple H Fish Farm' 1530W.. Madison Street HOUSING'EQUAL Town o

CALL 964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBUC Starke 964-6312' 1'f2r I OPPORTUNITY Corner 31 a flit leht.Ywt

\ Mon Fri 9 5PM.u, .
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Sewing Machine Operators average '4.25' e
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\ per hour and with weekly bonuses' can go,. .
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( to $6.00 per hour. : DEPARTMENT OF STATE '

':' ,. Our starting wage, Is NEVER LESS THAN ,' ,
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", I,' .,., :, $3.60 PER HOUR. ,, :," : ,\1 (,
\\'i:" ; "I,, ,. 1 I''"' :" :; ,;il \, DIVISION 'OF ELECTIONS
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: ',. WE HAVE 7 PAID HOLIDAYSI ,': : ,:> ::: PUBLIC NOTICE OF ASSISTANCE ,

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WE PAY BONUSES EVERY MONDAYI. '
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,\', ,' ,' .1' ;" ', : ', ,Who Are We' ? You Knowl! .. ', I ,..' '. : ,:.. ': tinder"Florida raw persons'with physical l disabilities, the elderly and :, ,
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i :" ,,' p \,': :;, i;''; BE IN VOGUE. !'' ,, ""I ;". :, : ... ...1. those who are unable to read are entitled to special assistance. registering

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: ,< "t ; and voting. "
( ", 710 S. Water Street. Starke'' ; :, .
to 4 For ,). ,
Open 7:30: p.m. Applications '
'. I" ". I SECTION 97.061: provides' that such' persons SHALL be .

". ,.', ', ,'" : assistance at ,the in their: ballots. '
.,''. ", / registered, and 'receive polls casting ,
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,:, ,''i',':..I, .., SECTION 101.051 and the Voting Rights 1965, :'
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;''::1.// : ". '. '. ': \}:, ,, :," ; ,:; ;:; persons may person
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;',. !:."( "" ,,.' ,' ,' 1 "":':' ,I'I' ( : ',.. 't'\'i! \ :: : : to' assist (other than an employer or official of the voter's 'union. ),'or: '

,.. l' ;,: ,aowsrw.rar..wrews wort \ :." '\ have the help of ,two election officials In voting. .',.' -


.. .. Homes for .Sale .. .. .

. ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLE .
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Financing AvailableFmHA .
whocannot to the'polls without assistance ,
HAS SEVERAL HOMES ,IN EXCELLENT REPAIR AND (Any registered voter go

'. "' ARE ELIGIBLE,.FOR FARMERS'HOME ADMINISTRATION ''', from another person may request an absentee ballot f from the Supervisor' .

FINANCING FOR ELIGIBLE OCCUPANTS. FARMERS I "of I Elections: by mail, ,telephone In person v -

\,' HOME ADMINISTRATION'PAYS THE REAL ESTATE I '

COMMISSION., For full Information on aids available for the elderly ,and handicapped .

at registration, polling places/'call the office of your county Supervisor I
STARKE -'PROGRAM' PROPERTY.KNIGHTS '
,, of Elections., '

.S/D. $28,900 2 BR 1 Bath. '
SOO 3 BR 1, Bath -: .. :
KNIGHTS S/D., $38; Jl ,FOR THE HEARING IMPAIREDThe
'DALEWOOD S/D $$38,000.3 BR 1 /..Bath .
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i SOUTHCATE $29,000 2, BR, 1 ,Bath'' ,

DOWLINC S/D $31,050 3 BR,1'/ Bath Office of the Secretary of State, Division'of. Elections, has installed '

PARKWOOD. S/D $39,000 ;3' BR 1 h 'Bath, a telecommunications device for the deaf that will. give, the hearing "

A.LIST'' N impaired important'' voter and ,election information. The: ',telephone
YOUR.::FARMERS OFFICE FOR .
OR VISIT
CALL ,number is 904/488-7690 ,. '
; OF COOPERATING: _REAL ESTATE AGENTS.' .
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WILL ATTENTION BE ,PAID ALL:'FOR REALTORS: ALL' CONTRACTS: .A $300. APPROVED BONUS. H- ;, ., : :., ,: '; : 'IC.LOSE' OF.. REGISTRATION ..' ;i'

MONTH OF SEPT. AND CLOSED BY. ..." ;.; ,
'. DURING' THE* 1988. .' )< : L'r'' you must register to vote by August 6, 1988 to vote in the
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Nov. ,. .'!y':: I';:, September 6, first primary ,or the October 4 'second primary.., You must,! i, .

FARMERS ADMINISTRATION. : -:\ ,,;: ," ,, ', register. by October, 8 to vote in ,the .November 8 generalelection. ', i I',:,?. ::1. ;

N.W. 13th Street .. -.j. .. .
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Opening, Season Win ''Leaves Coach Hurse "Satisfied"" ,



"Over-all I was pretty satisfied," Flagler to less than 100 yards of offense back to the weak side, says Coach most consistent offensive lineman. side DE Chris Dinkins' and .RediMty Motley -, ',' ',';> '
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say Head poach David Nurse of the After Flagler's opening drive, Sexton. Jones coming on a backup at Best offensive back: fullback linebacker Bill Hamilton,,, Don dork t,::i ; ::1"? ,, >.,;',. I '
the Clyde DeSue a sophomore who Terry >wry ? UjWi'v'jM(" (" : ; i-\(: ,\'", ,
Bradford High footballers' perfor Tornadoes settled down and star WSDE is most encouraging Coach ,
mance in their opening game ting playing good defense, points out Sexton says. Dinkins, named the came to life in practice the week Tornado Tackl: s.... M LoneeW1egln.Jon.. "' ',;'I Wiv;,) .A.! (,2'2't';,hl',"!' >1Urmia ,,,'' ""1
against Fla ? Coast, a 21-3 Coach Sexton. In the second half,the most valuable defensive lineman, prior to the Flagler game then carried Tockl..ctOS.// Hall *;' 2 ,
win for the Tornadoes. Tornado defense stayed with turned in a very good game,leadingthe the heaviest offensive load and Jimmy Long I 1 Kavtn Inch I 4
in tackles andd I 1 did a good job, gaining 67 yards in 12 Chris Dinkins 7 I
The Tornado defense coached by Flagler,keeping the speedy backs team with 7 5 Padra Carter 1
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton the backfield.A fake punt turned Into assists. carries,including one 18 yard run. Sill'" Hamilton 4 Or.. PHtman" >1
received the most, praise for the a quick pitch to the Flagler Strong side defensive end Jimmy Best i.n.dve lineman: weak Kolth J.nklns 4 I
most consistent job from both Coach fullback, gained 33 yards and was Long. No 85, a good football
Hurse and Coach Sexton. "The the biggest Flagler play of the game. did goood and Coach
defense did a good Job. I'm very Biggest surprise of the night was Sexton leor for Long to become better -
pleased with its progress, says the emergence of defensive tackle and better with each game, Sam .
Coach Nurse Kevin Finch No. 66, 208-11, who linebacker 'Dane Clark No. 75, Dinette TradeInSale
The offense did a good job in the played a real performance for his 185-12 did a good job and Coach Sex- ,
first half,scoring three touchdowns.But first varsity game ton wants to see him become more
in the second half the Flagler' Jenkins aggressive and more physical. Of- -
defense' was changed from a 4-4 Defensive tackle Keith fensive tackle Don McDavid No.77 '
defense the same as the Tornadoesuse No.74,175-11,did a good job,Sexton 186-11,relieved some on defense andplayed :
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to a 5-3, with three down says. Jenkens is real quick, and is a good game. Roland Shafer
linemen and five linebackers, and going to make some things.happen, No, 73, 216-11,played some DT late
the Tornado offensive linemen says Coach Sexton. In' the game. Coach Sexton says

began blowing blocking the two inside' linebackers Bill, Shafer is improving a little, bit every Trade
>assignments. Hamilton, No. 62, 197-12, and Travis' ''day. 5O
Long No. 3,185-11 also drew praise Honored by Tornado coaches after
The Tornado closing explosion from Coach Sexton. Hamilton did a watching films of the game, the In
'. was set up by the defense- pass interception real good job of directing the defense following players were named for
} ,a recovered fumble. ,'anda and playing his position Sexton the top performances,in the Flagler --- On Your
blocked
punt, says. Travis Long who blocked a game:
'But the offensive line learned it punt on a set up play played his "Specialty team: Travis Long for Old Dinette
position well but the block blocking the punt which set up a Tornado
,, can move'the football. And, Coach punt wasa J '
Hurse says.the blocking mistakescan big play that nailed down the win, touchdown:
Best defensive back back of Condition
be corrected. In the second half says Coach Sexton. : rover Regardless
'offensive linemen were passing up1 I Weak side defensive ends 'chris Rodney Mosley. ,
Flagler lineman to go for downield.. Dinkins,No.80,165-11,and AI Jones, .Best offensive lineman: center $ Q95
Whitehead who Coach Hurse
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:Out qulck'em that's the way Tornado week ,either ''Clint Reed, ''No. 33, the loan will be carried by Chris,
coaches plan for the Bradford .185-11, or Clyde DeSue, No. 30, Durban 180-12; ; Brian Kendrick, TIRED OF THAT OLD DINETTE?
High eleven to beat a much bigger 175-10. Coach Hurse wants to get his 160-12.
Fernandina Beach High in a District running backs Rodney Mosley, No.
3-3A game set on Bradford Field at 8 31, 175-12. and Greg Pittman, No:42, BUS Starting'Lin .Ups..., .
p.m.,this Friday night, Sept. 16. .145-12 involved in the attack more' For the Fernandina game this Friday
Fernandina is a key game in the Mosley is also the Tornado rover the starting line ups,are:, 'Shop. our selection of glass or
growth maturity and confidence of back on defense. Coach Hurse said Offense: Center: TerryWhitehead
the 1988 Tornado eleven, says Head Mosley's offensive play was limitedin 178-12 guards,Lorenzo Formica cloth or vinyl seats .. +
Coach David Hurse.'"If we get by the FPC game to keep him fresh, Hall, 176-11, and Alton Young, tops .
; Fernandina we'll be all right.. but Mosley said he wasn't tired. 190-11; tackles: Derrick Long, i.
1
I "We're gonna try to run by them"' The usual rash of hobbling injuries 207-11, and Don McDavid, 186-11; Some chairs on casters -, Hurry In! ,
J Coach Rune says of the bigger but have hit the Tornadoes, but tight end: Ed Douglas 176-12; split J
\, slower Fernandina players.. The everybody is expected to play 'end: Scott Duncan; 166-11; fullback;'
Tornado offensive line will hit inside against Fernandina. Clint Reed 183-11; running backs:
I' and outside and from side to side, Offensive guard Chris Durban is'' Rodney Mosley, 175-12, and Creg Pit. :'n s a1'ad/7'ou'Can'Do'.Bttterft:
'says Coach Hurse. back and"we're glad to have him,',*- tman, 145-12; quarterback Reggie', 90 I I
""We're just going to try to out eXec 'says Coach Hurse. Durban is one of Sheffield 15010. ,f FREE. DELIVERY, SINCE 1923 Days-Same as
) ecute them" says Coach Mike Sex.' the fast,.,;hard blocking pulling Defense: tackles: Kevin Finch Cash.
,ton the defensive coordinator.I guards so important in the wing-T 208-11, and Keith Jenkins,.;175-11; ,.I DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Terms Available
I The Tornado linemen.will block' offense. Sam linebacker;Dane Clark;185-12; 'Call St;lUr| | [ : L ,
the way the Fernandina line, QB John Berry;his broken thumbin weak side"end: Chris Dinkins; N
charges. For instance, if a Fernan a hard cast,. was practicing 'in 165-11 J' strong side' end:: 'Jimmy -I r: ,N ;WSTOREHOaRSenmark
dina tackle comes straight across pads with the defensive backs Tuesday Long' '185-12; inside )linebackers: | |I fD Call 8 5:30:
the line. Tornado linemen will kick That way;' Berry 'will be ready'to .Bill Hamilton, 197-12, and Travis j UW : 434 Wy,I; St.411 W, ; ,
him out and the back will cut inside. play with his cast comes off in two, 185-11; rover back;! Rodney MWV 1Vf > Madison St..Starke, FL Monday-Friday.
If the defensive tackle stunts slants' i or three weeks.Meantime Mosey, 175-12.: Defensive'backs;, [ Bit
i inside Tornado blockers will kick ,' ,Travis ;'Long, a cornerbacks: Lance Wiggins, 140-11,'' [WINN t n' I r I cross from Winn-Dixles Marketplace'' '
:" him inside and the ball carrier will linebacker, is,,the backup signal 'and' Terry Berry, 162-10, and middle I I DIXIE I '964-5826-964-5827
run. outside the tackle. .caller safety:, Trammell! Jones 170-10.
C; The Tornado wing-T offense gets This week starting offensive guard
i as many blockers including Lorenzo Hall will be limited by a
ty'//1' lineman from who pull from the opposite -, Charley horse from a helmet hit on aturdav'"r
'j side, in front of the ball carrier his thigh,Coach Hurse doesn't know
I, .i how much Hall will be able to go.As t71gyF..gq
I, The bread and butter backs will in the Flagler game, when starting
''probably' -be, the fullbacks again' this' guard Alton Youne.,190-11, ;was out,:. '
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is attending Manatee Community Coach Stillfox plans to use Davis'as
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