Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 31, 1989
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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The same weather pattern of the last few days will continue Into Th.Social Sc.n.. . .. ....JA
the weekend, with plenty of sunshine, heat and high humidity. Public Nolle.. . . ... ..t-IA 'jIf'
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Season Tickets... .
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Reserved seat tickets for Brad- ';;

ford High varsity home football ., "
games are on sale at the High '! NE FloridaIt
School office. Price, $25 each. See 'I .
Wanda Prevatt, the finance officer.
k is critical for northeast Floridato
and needs
Family Needs Help... form a non-partisan coalition to system Is deteriorating
are growing. Miller said.
lobby for road construction monies
A trailer fire in Olin's Trailer from the Florida Legislature,county Miller also reminded the audienceof
Park August 21 family lost leaders were told when some 200 met the poll/ teal numbers in South
everyting. Two boys, small build Aug. 24 in St.Augustine.Just Florida, which translates Into
(slim), sizes 6 and 8 or 10. Wife is .( two new access roads have political muscle.Transportation.
size 9 or 10, husband extra large. been built in the 25 and eduation are
past years
Bring to Dewey and Linda Fowler, St.Johns County Commissioner critical in drawing people to the
office of Land of Double Wides at ... Harry Waldron told the 200 visitors state, officials repeatedly said. At
Lawtey. .+- gathered by the Northeast Florida present, Florida's largest industry is
Regional Planning Council in the growth, they said.
Church Car Wash... St.Johns County AgriculturalCenter. There are such road coalitions,
with Republicans and Democrats
Saturday, September 2, at the combining, in south and west
Wal-Mart parking lot next to the Roads are on the planning boards Florida. The NE sector needs such a
garden center, from 8:30: a.m. until 4Superior for St.Augustine, Palatka, but coalition.A .
per car, proceeds to go Y nothing can be done without dollars, transportation coalition is essen-
towards Victory Revival Center of Waldron said.Planning tial, the NE-FL officials said. They
Heilbron Springs, Inc. Council members,
want to build unity into governmental -
officials and business
government relations and want everybody to
and chamber of commerce creative
MD Dinner... members spoke on the critical work together to provide and
thinking, innovative financing,
needs of North
A Muscular Dystrophy benefit ( Florida.transportation The speakers described the the courage needed to get the sup-
of the If NE-FL fails to
dinner is scheduled for Friday, serious lack of funding sources for port public.
September 1, (tomorrow), 9 a.m. highway repairs and the building of unite the transportation dollars will
till 6 p.m. at the Handy Way storeon additional roads to accomodate the go to South Florida, primarily Dade
East Madison St., Hwy 100 burgeoning needs of Florida brought County, the Orlando area, and the
south. $3.50 donation for benefit of about by the great increase in the Tampa-St.Petersburg, because
numbers means political officials -
the Muscular Dystrophy Fund. state's population.An said. power
increase in gasoline tax was
James Jett, Clay County commis-
often mentioned
the most funding
sioner from Middleburg, chaired the
Blood Pressure Check:.. method. Sen. Tom Brown D, from
Jett is member of the NE
meeting a
District 10 in Volusia County said it
The Bradford Hospital offering a -- Florida Regional Planning Council
free blood pressure screening in the will take 40 to 60 cents per gallon to Committee.
--- & !!' finance the state's strategic road Transportation
lobby of the Hospital, September 5, -
from 3-5 p.m. Majorettes... Photo b*Bren never happen- politically," Democrat suggested a payasyougo -
DNR Meeting... The 1989-90 Bradford High Majorette Squad received show at the Hall of Fame Bowl. Sen. Brown, said, giving the au- method of financing roads. "Iaon't
a superior rating In twirling competition and an award Back row from left to right: Allison Archey. Dee Dee dience a dose reality. There is a lot want all your money, Mr.
The Department of Natural for the Most Improved Squad at the University of Cox and Brenda Williams. Middle Row: Janice Davie of talk about 10 cents per gallon. Miller, just out fair shareRep..
Resources has scheduled a series of Florida Majorette Camp in July. and Metlna Smith. Front Row: Deena Parker. That would help, Brown said. A lot of Figg told DOT Dist. 2 Secretary Bill
public meetings to discuss boating Six of the girls were chosen to twirl at the half-time Christina Bath (Captain) and Misty Crawford. legislature is for 10 cents, he said, Miller. Rep. Figg is chairperson of
safety and manatee protection.One but that move has not be pushed for the House Transportation Subcom-
meeting is scheduled in fear of a veto threat by Gov. Bob mittee.
Jacksonville, September 7, at 9 Martinez Sen. Brown, a member of the
a.m. at Jacksonville City Hall. -s,. '- Transportation and growth Senate Select Committee on

is vital to economic Transportation, told the NE-FL of-
FSU Boosters... for BHS management ficials the road must be
Physical Therapy Proposed development, said Donald R. Crane, problem ap-
The Bradford-Union Seminole Jr. of Floridians for Better proached from a statewide view-

Boosters Club has scheduled din- Transportation. "If we don't get it point.
for a A committee, school personnel value of a physical therapist whenan adding he didn't mind Laura Hodges[ done this Novemoer, it ain't Rep. Chance Irvine, R-Orange
7 7p.m. gonna
ner meeting September plus others, has been authorized to injury first occurs. Therapy after and Beth Bigelow of Lake Area said Crane the Park, said "Let's get it done, !
at the KOA done, meaning
Donations Campground for investigate hiring a physical the injury is another story, Chap- Physical Therapy, Inc. approachingthe get next is election when it People are tired oC not be nowl"I I
meeting room. sup- therapy firm for the Bradford High man says. Chapman has offered to board, that s what he'd have year year to to when they give the ]
per will be accepted. A film of will be virtually impossible get a
athletic program. serve on the committee. done. taxes. mandate, Irvine said. !
be to vote new
will shown legislator
game with highlights other activities. The investigation of the programwas Coach David Hurse says The school board agreed In July Wild Bill" Miller, Dist. 2 directorfor Other speakers included Steve I
along authorized Monday night, Aug. availability of a certified athletic the program could be funded the Department of Transportation Toole, a legislative lobbyist for the
Reward Fund... 28, by the Bradford School Board, trainer would be an invaluable ser- through the Athletic Department. (DOT) said he wasn't pumpingfor Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce -
but there is a question how the$6,000 vice to the entire athletic program at Schlofman was not opposing the program a tax increase, but said a ma- and business community I
The family of Meghan Renaud, necessary to fund a contract proposed BHS not just for football. BHS had a but the funding source. Supt. source gas of funding is needed to leader Ted McRae from Lake City.
the 12-year-old girl who was found by Lake Area Physical Therapy certified trainer when Brady Jim Duncan put the item on the jor keep the transportation needs of Other meetings of the 22-county j
dead in a wooded area near her Inc., located at 486 N. Temple Ave. Greathouse worked in the system, August agenda, asking for the In- north up Florida. The transportationby coalition are planned.
Deer Foot Trail Home in the Terry Brown building, will be but has not been able to afford one vestigation.
23, 1989, is asking for dona- funded. The $10,000 balance the since. Laura Hodges and Beth Bigelow
tions for the establishment of a school board thought was in the pitched the physical pro
reward fund. The reward, when Athletic Department has been spent, Now, the service is available but gram to the school boar Ms. New Director Named r ;
established will be offered for any mostly on football equipment, says there is a question about the funding. Bigelow said physical therapy can
information leading to the arrest BHS Finance Officer Wanda School Board Member Len Schlof- be effective in injury prevention, I
and conviction of her killer. Please Prevatt. man says it should be funded evaluation, and post-injury treat- For Economic Dev. Corp.
send any contributions to the fundto There is also question if the ser through the Athletic Department. ment. They did not go into the ;1
Florida National Bank of Starke. vice is needed with the Bradford Citing the June 30 financial statement specifics of what services would be ,

All contributions should be made County Emergency Medical Service supplied the School Board, ,provided for the $6,000 figure.; Butter Rohn but only applicants were interviewed -
payable to the Meghan Renaud stationed not two minutes from Schlofman said Monday night thereis ICT Staff Writ.rRaymond since the EDC confined Inter- I
Reward Fund.Greenpeace.. Bradford field. Cliff Chapman, a $10,000 balance in the budget of C. Navitsky, 51, has views to Florida residents only. I
director of emergency medical ser- the Athletic Department. Fund it been proposed to be named ex- Local Attorney Richard Welty,
... vices for the county, questions the from there Schlofman suggested!' ecutive director of the Bradford president of the EDC, chaired the
County Economic Development Cor- Search Committee. Welty said, "We
A Greenpeace toxics tour will be poration (EDO. filling the position welcome Ray and Barbara Navitsky
at Starke Plaza (Winn-Dixie) Tues- Lacks formerly held by the late Chuck to Starke and Bradford County, and I
day, Sept. 12, from 3 to 5 p.m. and County Zoning Board Quorum McKeown. look forward to getting to know I
at the Union County High School Navitsky, a native of Penn- them. Ray will begin work Friday, ,IJ
Auditorium, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The by Butter Rahn in almost every instance in the past Thompson St., from RlC"to RM-1. sylvania, has been executive vice- Sept. 1." "
tour includes an activist workshopat BCT Staff Writer 2-3 years, with one situation being St. George's Mission, a parcel on president of the Stuart-Martin Coun- In his resume, Navitsky said, "My
the High School, 6 to 7:30 p,m. With two requests for rezoning to settled in the courts. SR-100 South, from Business- ty Chamber of Commerce for the objective is to utilize my skills and
Persons attending the workshop be heard, the Bradford County Zon- The second request for rezoningwas Professional to B-2. past 19'/ years. His resume of ac- expertise in motivating and workingwith
must pre-register by calling made by Eugene Lateef, a tivities with the Martin County volunteers and staff.
ing Board failed to muster a quorum New Employee...
of Commerce was In-
964-4288. Speakers from former resident of Long Island New Chamber "To provide vision and leadership
Tuesday night August 29.
Greenpeace and Citizens Clear- Chairman Darrell O'Neal York who has moved to Starke to O'Neal has filled the position strumental in the decision making in the administration of programs,
inghouse are on the agenda. Zoning for Thursday real estate investment and formerly held by Ms. Janet Turner, process by the Executive Committeeof goals and objectives of a dynamic I I
set a special meeting pursue
prior to her retirement.The the EDC, charged with interviewing and Economic Develop-
evening, August 31, ., to be other interests. progressive i
is Mrs. Kara
new employee and making recom- "
Stare applicants ment Corporation. In Martin County
Lateef 38 the Starlight
held prior to the Zoning ,purchased LeMire 1983 BHS of direc-
Hampton a mendations to the board Navitsky was in charge of the en- !
and on
the Motel another property
Board meeting scheduled for
Ms. LeMire work in
.. graduate. began
He is tire operation the Chamber of Commerce -
same date at 7 p.m. US-301 North about a year ago. the Zoning Office July 19, after hav- tors.Med Connerly filling the office on and economic
Public meetings scheduled in the The agreed to return at renting one property, and plans to development.
petitioners worked who is basis
ing for L.J. Kite, an interim said 24 applica- Navitsky 50 listed hobbies
coming weeks are: the rescheduled time. renovate the motel into a combina- as
developing a tract south of town. received for the position
tions were "Golf and singing.
The Starke City Council will tion office and retail outlet. quartet

meet Monday, September 5 at 7:30: County Agenda... I II

p.m. at City Hall. Cindy M. Barton has requested 4.7 The proposed renovation includesa ,..,y
The Brooker City Council will acres in the Speedville area be gable front in the center of the 239
meet Monday, September 5 at 7:30: rezoned from RSF-1 (Residential, foot long motel building for a display H I I
p.m. for the 1st public hearing on Single Family) to RSF-MH-1. a and retail outlet with offices on ? I I Ir
the new budget and the regular residential classification that per- either wing. Lateef plans to utilize _
council meeting will follow. mits mobile homes as well as con- one suite of offices for his investment
The Bradford County Commission ventional homes. and development business. : r
will hold a public hearing on Ms. Barton has sufficient acreageto Lateef lives on Clark St. HS' : I Hr I

the county budget Thursday, qualify the parcel for 3 mobile
September 7, 7:30: p.m. in the Commission homes but lacks sufficient frontage, Starke Zoning... I
Meeting Room at the cour- O'Neal says. If approved. Ms. Bar- The City Zoning Board has four I I

thouse. ton plans to install two units located petitions for rezoning to consider, In H
The Bradford County Commis- about one mile west of SpeedvilleRoad Its regularly scheduled meeting set
sion will hold its regular meeting (SE 43rd St.). for 7 p.m. today (Thursday, Aug. I
Monday September 11, 9:30: a.m. at The Speedville area is a mixture of 31). The four applicants are: I
the courthouse. mobile homes and conventional James R. Flynn a parcel near
UCAP, United Citizens Against homes, but landowners are finding it his office from residential (Rl-D) to
Pollution will meet in the cour- more difficult to get property near Resident I aI-Professional.
thouse at Lake Butler at 7:30: p.m., Speedville Road rezoned for mobile Donald Nettles, a parcel on '
Monday, September 11. homes in recent times. Requests for Thompson St., from Industrial to
The Bradford District School rezoning to allow mobile homes has R
Board will meet in the school board met resistance from area residents Peggy Nettles, a parcel on 1' r
meeting room at the school district

office, Monday, September 11, 7:30

P' : a
The September meeting of the Lovers. i
Hampton City Council has been jet .
for Wednesday, September 13, at
of elections TUes-
day.p.m.Three because newly city elected city coun- Set Your Sights on the 12th Annual Festivalof ,. _

cil members will be seated at this Lakes and Sale Vo-Tech Program Honored...
the Art Show
beginningthis the World War II museum being established at Camp I.H'andlng. I.
mSrne"New River Solid Waste Jim Ward director of Inn Vocational Center for the :
Association will meet at the courthouse weekend (Saturday morning) in the Bradford school system,receive a plaque of appreciation With them are. left. Jim Lewis. coordinator of vocational '

In Macclenny, Tuesday, from Col. James Roger, post commander at programs at the Vo-Techer Center, and right I ''i
September 28, at 7:30 p.m. Theme Park in Keystone Heights Camp Blanlng. for work the and &:11001&1)1&. Jim Duncan.
students did In digging a hole and distributing dirt for I:



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Page 2A" TELEGRAPII August 31, 1989Q

Local Motorists Get Break... :

Starke Gas Prices Below Florida AverageGas

decreased 3.2: centsto
prices In Starke are holding leaded regular(89 octane rating) at is priced at $.939. The other mid- unleaded prices unleaded prices
fairly steady through the month of all stations except the Gulf station at grade unleaded brands are$1.099 ex- $1.455. Premium gallon to
while. prices continue to US-301 and SR-100.) There unleaded cept Hurst's Exxon which is $1.089 were down 3.1 cents per
dine statewide, according to the regular is$.959. for self-serve. $1"The for gradeof
Fuel Guage Report issued by the Prices for regular leaded gasolineis Premium grades of unleaded, oc- highest price found any in Venice
AAA Clubs of Florida. $.939 cents per gallon at every station tane rating of 91, range from $1.019 gasoline was unleaded -
Starke prices are well under the except at Gulf, where leaded through $1.039, $1.059 to $1.199, all where full-service.primium gallon. ,
lowest price quoted by AAA, which gasoline is$.879. self serve prices.All showed 586 lowest
was in Lakeland, with a price of Regular unleaded prices range prices quoted in this report are Lakeland the unleaded at
from at Mobil and Coastal to for self-serve Full with self-service regular
$965 for self-service regular unleaded $.839 pumps only. ser-
gasoline.On $.849 at Tenneco,Li'I Champ, Hand! vice prices are somewhat higher. 96.5 cents per gallon,the report
a statewide basis, the average Way and Pep-O, to $.859 at Shell The AAA Fuel Gauge Report says tinued. not included in
price for regular unleaded gasolineat $.899 at Amoco, $.959 at Gulf, and of the statewide averages for full Starice prices are used by
the self-serve pumps is $1.008, $.989 to$.999 at Exxon. service stations, "For the second the statewide averages below
midgrade unleaded $1.089, and Exxon, Shell, Amoco and Coastal month, the average price for all AAA, but are consistently been below
premium unleaded$1.185,accordingto offer no leaded gasolines,but have a grades of full-service combined state averages,and have At
the AAA report.In mid-grade unleaded, rated at 89 octane declined, falling 3.1 cents to $1.446. average down through the years.the low
Starke,unleaded regular(87 octane same octane rating as leaded Regular unleaded dropped 3.2 cents present,Starke is well
rating) ,In priced lower than regular. Coastal 89 octane unleaded per gallon to$1.377,while mid-grade figure quoted for all grades. .

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School Menus

Bradford Elem.&Middle School
Monday LABOR DAY-No School
Tuesday Cheese Toast, Tater Ton, Fruit,
Wednesdays Whaler on Bun Buttered Corn,ColeSlaw
Thomas is Retiring... ,Brownie,Milk.
Thursday Chicken Nuggets, Baked Beans, CITY OF LAWTEY WILL HOLD ITS
Administrator Charles Thomas,who retires effective Aug.31,receiveda Garden Salad,Choco-Nut Bar,Biscuit I ,Milk.Friday .
plaque of appreciation from Jim Duncan at the i Macaroni Cheee,1/2 Peanut Butler 4
Supt. Monday night Sandwich, Buttered Green Peaa, FruItBradford
Aug. 31,school board meeting.Thomas. Hone C.Cream,MUk. FIRST PUBLIC HEARING ON SEPTEMBER
High School
Tuesday Hamburger Gravy,Mashed Potatoes ,
HonoredOn Mustard Greens, Chocolate Cake, Cornbread.

Wednesday Milk. Chicken Nuggets Macaroni MEETING AT LAWTEY CITY HALL. ALL
Cheese,Cole Slaw, Fruit Cup. Cinnamon Roll, ,

Milk.Thursday Cheese Toast, French Fries, Green
'rid., Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce Cheese
Garden Salad,Fruit Crisp,Hot Rolls,Milk.

Thomas, the coordinatorof working a bus schedule problem as -
adult and community educationfor an opportunity to help someone.He .
the Bradford school system plans to work part-time with
retired effective Aug. 31. the North Central Florida Safety
A 3:30: p.m. reception in honor of Council, which serves six counties,
Adm. Thomas is being held this Including Bradford, from its base in
afternoon (Thursday Aug.31) in the Alachua County. i
Bradford-Union Vocational Center Speaking at length before the
where he was assigned. school board after receiving a pla- ,
,. Thomas is retiring with 31 years que from Supt.Jim Duncan,Thomas
':.experience as an educator the last mentioned each administrator and OUR BMTS HAVE TO.
-:11 years with the Bradford system in basically told them how much he's
.:-pa number of administrative posi enjoyed working here and how much
:;:tions. Thomas, who lives in he 11 miss everybody., _
,:::;Keystone Heights, came here from "It's a team, Thomas says of the DEALS NOW IN EFFECT
:::;Duval County. Bradford school system. "I leave
:,:;j Thomas is known as an upbeat ad- with good thoughts !tTi mind. I love
: ministrator. For instance he terms. Bradford County."



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Comes to Local Schools 3

JW7 proud to say"that no student ml
to school without the .../
will immunizations, Supt. Dun- ;
year :
teacher of number of handicapped !
gram. has increased over the :
Ms. "Did we count on all these ex :
r r rry State Board Member Schlof- ?.
saw" a "We're right where we ex- :.;
to be,' replied Denise E ,
coordinator of special pro- ss:
It :32
system action! Monday, Aug. 28: ::

+ r ,, : manent License Law... fjj-
the state's new law recalling the 5
28. license of a student who :2
"What too many days of school is ef3::
keep Oct. 1, Supt. Duncan=
Len t
replied, superintendent wants a *
of on the rules. "I'm sure Its J
be a very Interesting rear In
ford of drivers licenses, said ::::
Local Schools... missing more than lOs;
'Classroom Safari' Comes to five days in a row in any six-zz:

In the Gifted has secured from the Aug. 28. Supt. grading period will be liable ::
Donna Gruen, teacher Program
In Gainesville some examples of African wildlife. Looking over her glasses at the amusing explanation Is Ms. James very. his/her driver's license,Supt. 15
Florida State Museum
Rogers, secretary to the Supt.Jlm Duncan. 1989-90 unexpected."I'm said. If a student misses 11 :::
such as the Nylan_she Is explaining to the school board Monday night There days the school must,by 53

notify the Driver's License

Baker's Knabb to Head 3-County Solid Waste AssociationBy tary the an are alternative said. He is programs going to a,

Ducan, Sept. 11 to learn the details
Joe Glssy ing higher than small counties could 1990, with construction phases to policy of the Department of En- new workshop is tentatively set.
afford. Also, transfer stations wouldbe start in the spring.Studies of the site vironmental Regulation could re- two or after the regular Sept. 11
ICT Staff Writ. and hauling distances to determine type of liners needed, quire NRSWA to accept the ashes, board meeting.
Meeting in the Union County Courthouse necessary and commit
Tuesday night,August 29,the would be prohibitive for counties source of borrow for daily cover say members of the citizens new

New River Solid Waste Association located away from the landfill sites. information ongoing.for permit applicationsare tee.Brian Hunt, Toxic Waste Coor- but each Houses...
elected new officers for the Govern- Talks begun early in 1988,betweenthe dinator for Greenpeace for the for two open house for parents to
ing Board,to serve for the next year. Department of Corrections and Association engineer Frank southeast, has Joined the fight, and the is set in the Bradford
Baker Commissioner George Baker,Bradford and Union Counties Darabi has estimated a cost of has promised "Greenpeace is with The center at 7 p.m. tonight
Knabb was elected to serve as chair- resulted in formation of the tri- $2,000,000 to get through the con- to the end.: of 31) by Bradford High and the
man,succeeding Bradford Commis- county group, the New River Solid struction phase.Sources for this fun- Greenpeace is scheduling a toxics the Center.
sioner Joe Riddick. Union Com- Waste Association.A ding are being sought with the Farm tour of the area in early September, There upcoming open house dates
missiner Marvin Pritchett retainedhis 200 acre site on DOC property at Home Administration being the touring Bradford and Union counties 12
seat as vice-chairman,and Brad- Ellerbee Curve in northern Union most likely source uncovered to Sept. 12. They will be at the Starke models years, Community School,Tues-
ford Commissioner Maxie Carter, County was selected for a waste date. Local bank financing is being Plaza from 3 to 5 pm. to answer 5, 7 p.m.
Jr. will assume the office of disposal operation. Progress is explored, as well as possible grant questions and distribute Information er Elementary, Thursday,
.secretarytreasurer.The under way. to establish a landfill moneys from the state. and will be at the Union County catch up ,7 p.m.
Governing Board is composedof there, and recycling facilities are High School auditorium from 8 to 10 buses Middle School, Tues
two commissioners from each of being considered for the site. Opposition Develops... "I 12, 7 p.m.
the three counties, Baker, Bradfordand When problems arose in acquiringthe A Citizens Committee of Union p.m.The tour will culminate in said Elementary, Tuesday,
Union. Bradford commissioners land from DOC, a delegationfrom County has recently organized, and Gainesville with a statewide rally at pected 19,7 p.m.
Riddick and Carter have served on the Association, including is mounting a drive in opposition to the downtown plaza, Sunday, HE Elementary had its
the board since the inception of the Bradford commissioners both the hazardous waste In- September 17, from 1 to 5 p.m. nothing Tuesday, Aug. 29.
Jr. and Joe Riddick and
tri-county solid Waste association in Director Darrell cinerator and treatment plant and
the spring of 1988. landfill.
O'Neal, and Union Commissioner the solid waste
The association was formed out of Marvin Pritchett, travelled to Since both are planned for the
disagreement and disappointment Tallahassee to-meet with-the State same location, just across highway I Jimmy Strickland says :
within a group of 13 north central Cabinet, one cabinet member being SR-121 from each other, it is believed -
Florida counties. The group, called Doyle Connor,high school classmateof that ashes from the incineratorwill for
the"North Central Florida Regional Maxie Carter.As be deposited in the landfill. | "Tired of Waiting a
Solid Waste Master Plan" became a result of this meeting,the site Even though at this time, according
unweildly,with control being vestedin at Ellerbee curve was made to association engineer Frank
the two largest counties, and available to the Association. Darabi, ashes require a monofill (a Good Deal11See ]
estimates of costs from a consultingfirm Plans now are for the landfill to separate landfill for ashes only), an
Camp, Dresser & McKee, be- begin operation about November act of the legislature or a change in the
us today for

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:':':"'': ..:,.'.' ; .:, ,'.::1<. ., -, '--:\ "0'1- .' '' 1. U.S. Agency's Effort to Protect Rare Ixia
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a war going on in Colombia, who is wanted in the U.S. The drug lords ( ,,, \ f ;) !!J.i: i r i t);, (;,;. j,. ,1 ; ti\4 \ :', > !I ,r'

that could affect killed several and I. ..f"t'; :,1. \!i'II' ) '7\ P.I :" : \ WII.
South America -a war have already judges J, } "' .. :' ? 'j" "r.JH 'If'J"r \"nS :j'I/ \ 'lir; ; '1t<1!:
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building billion-dollar war chests that !! 1"J; ,: :) : ; 4 .. I k ,/II.I. ';:(- ,, .: :J 4 li 1(1'.f( ': .fi\: ; 'li'i\ : ,'I,:.,;f'1:'

Anyone who heard the desperate ap- allow the drug barons to live in luxury, "'It"ilIJ'! ; \\'Ift! '1';, ",,1' ","!,,:i'i"1:' \,\, ,,;.: .' .,.', ,,',:rr.\ ): i1; ::f.a:1i: : .

peal By President broadcast Barco internationally of Colombia Monday could while enforcement corrupting infrastructure the political in an and effortto law : .. ,. .:;1ikl'1" :Zf i: j ;( ; \ !{ {;:\\r 1 \ flf\;{ {:\1 i; ( 1: 1 K':i; t '

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ed by his statement that the actual sur- pointed out in a Times-Union \'f'.. >.::7&I; \ ,;t-\) t'f //iI\r.'i.i,:;!\::; : l\\, i'l'fj'f.\;\' "':I o/t/:, :,,I' t ';",: ")" ( 'li\ ;, ,.: t'':>" ; ::
South American nation and Without the millionsof : it"J \. :f, ," '''iI\Ji'! ;: \\'I\t' 1' ': ,' \' ;i! :. : .,., I '. ;.&i..,, {Ol''
vival of this editorial Tuesday: .. .. ',\} \, \ : '') '''' : ; { .;"II::. \(irI".1.; ; : :,; '. d $,: ;. ''I .XI') I '
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its 30 million people is at stake in the cocaine users in the U.S., the '." iI ". ", I ; ;,' : ':;; !/1,' <'. ,."- : 0 '
in that "would be rottingin ; :" 1" .'
deadly drug war now going on murderous drug lords J. '. : ,
where they belong, instead of : :, ,')Ir, t, '
country. prison ; ". ,.., 8\. \
President Barco could have added having dozens of plush country estates .. '.-. .... I (j. .' ... ,

that the lives of millions of American where they can revel as they wait out .. ,''\ .4' .
citizens in the U.S. are also at stake, the crackdowns". ...... "if"! .... .

depending on the outcome of the war, Whether they realize it or not, anyone "i,. \ / ,,
which is not confined within Colombia's who sniffs cocaine or smokes crack is -

borders, but is international in scope. helping to prolong this war that
William Bartram First Described It.......
Cocaine users everywhere "have threatens to overthrow the governmentof This field with hundreds of Bartram's Isis was photographed by The i
created the largest, most vicious Colombia and open the floodgates of Telegraph in the 1940s along U.S. 301 midway between Starke and I

criminal enterprise the world has ever more cocaine being smuggled into this Lawtey. The rare flower is no longer foundTn this spot because of loss of

known," he said.Nationwide country, thereby helping to undermineits habitat, which requires open areas that are burned over annually, or 1
existence.In otherwise cleared of competing vegetation.
raids and dope dragnetswere very .".,.",

started by the army in Colombia view of this crisis, the United A rare and historically significant The ixia is hard for an inexperienced I
after the assassination on August 18 of States is stepping up its support of Col- wildflower that once bloomed profuselyin observer to find because of its unusual .
Luis Carlos Galan,' an outspoken foe of ombia in this war by sending funds for Bradford and a few other Northeast blooming habits. The stem, without the I.
the drug trade and a leading presidential ,, helicopters and other supplies for use Florida counties may become a new bloom, is similar to wire grass and the .

candidate of that country. It was an- against the drug lords.: But without the environmentalists battleground for the and opposing commercial forces of "plant grows from a small corm, about .

nounced Monday that the army seized support and cooperation of the drug developers.The the size of an acorn, that lies dormantunderground I
metric tons of cocaine about 9,120 in this country it is doubtful that for years unless the area
4.5 users I
Bartram's Ixia namedfor
flower Is is cleared by fire, mowing, or other ac-
pounds at a ranch owned; by the finan- money alone will be able to win this the famed naturalist, William Bar- tivity. I

cial wizard of the Colombian drug trade war. tram, who first noted "the azure fieldsof I
cerulean Ixia" during his botanical The bud for the bloom begins formingin
explorations through Florida in the late the early hours after midnight, and r
1700s. For the next and half by daybreak is ready to burst open and
century a : I IJXEA
Waste let the unfold. The flower Is
Regional Meeting petals so
the Ixia lost to
was .
fragile apparently ,
I botanists and not rediscovered until fragile that the blossom lasts only a few ...
hours in the early morning, and when .It..l.IoII.M.-w.-'zc._... ._ __
when Dr.John K.Small of the New 1> .obit .
1931 I
Held Behind Closed DoorsThe York Botanical Gardens rediscoveredthe the sun gets high in the sky, the petals. _,....,.....:n......
wilt and seem to gradually melt away. -
rare flower blooming in the flat pine I Ii.
woods between Starke and Lawtey.At The forestry Industry is concerned 1"I
about the flower's designation as an enBartram's I
DER (Department of En- did not know the specifics of earlier that time the flowers were so I

vironmental Protection) is up to its old closed-door meetings between the prevalent in certain areas that they
Southeastern states and EPA. gave a blue/violet tinge of color to the
tricks of keeping things in the dark until Burned-over pinelands along U.S. 301, Ixia .
all decisions have been made. Legislators like to be informed about delicate
although so they might not at-
The latest instance is the "closed such things, especially when they occur tract the attention of passing motorists. grows in this area I
in their districts. Now with their habitat ;
own destroyed by
door" meeting being held in Atlanta to- cultivation or commercial developmentof and nowhere else ;
day (Thursday) about which few, if any, Two top Georgia administrators, in- the land, they are rarely seen along i..
officials or private citizens had any cluding the Secretary of State, said they highways.That in the world k
knowledge until the news somehow had no idea that a regional plan was is why the Ixia might becomethe f !

leaked last week. ._ under discussion. first flowering plant in this area to dangered species because it could place
Greenpeace critics of the regional be included on the federal endangered additional restrictions on the use of herbicides I II
fact that DER'sRaoul species list. If so, it will be over the objections .
But in spite of the it will tend to the at tree farms where Ixia may be I
plan say encourage of some powerful In- Illustration from
Clarke "I think we've been forestry located. Developers are concerned ,
says" official at EPA'sAtlanta construction of hazardous waste plants terests and building/development in- becau) the designation coOW :J 'lull'I Nk4W' brk B4 t nIcal .
up front all along, an instead of placing thenemphasis ,the dustries in Northeast Florida. They 4 t : .
pn them,U\!alter their plans for < al' !
office said today's meeting will reduction of.>hazardous waste' at its have asked,the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ment m areas where the IxiagThWg. M' be closed "so the staff won't be disturb- source. Service, which manages the en- One of the objectors, Southwood Properties area, the ixia was little known and
ed". In regard to the ban on reporters, dangered species list,to delay designation has plans for a 4,300-acre seldom noticed due to its brief life
he said, ?'There are a lot of ideas This pattern of failing to keep public of the lids as an endangered residential development in northern St. In the early days soine.residents. of span.the I
officials and the general public unin- species until at least June 1990. Johns County where the ixia is
floating around, and they could be rural areas are said to have called them"dew
formed misinformed to be Bartram's Ixia blooms May sometimes found.According .
or seems par during flowers" because thev were seen
reported incorrectly. for the course for DER. Way back when and June, and some commercial in- in early morning hours, with dew on
which the terests want delay in order to deter- to a recent by
One of the ideas, about a survey '
the site for Florida's treatment plant their petals and disappeared when the
mine if the ixia actually qualifies as an Massachusetts Center for Plant Conser-
general public and State legislatorswere was being selected, city and county of- endangered species. Two Jacksonville vation, Florida was among live! states dew dried away.Attempts .
unaware is that Florida will apparently ficials were not informed that sites in botanists spent 11 days in May and June and U.S. territories that accounted for by some flower lovers to
become part of a regional plan Union and Clay counties ,were being looking for the ixia along roadsides in most of the critically endangered plants transplant the ixia have been unsuccessful -
For disposing of hazardous waste from considered for such facility,. This in this area and report that on one 40-acre identified in a report made last since the flower seemed to sur- I
states including Alabama, tract they saw from 1,000 to perhaps December. The survey found that, vive only in its native habitat of pine
eight North spite of DER staff members insistingthat 5,000 Ixia this season. among threatened plants in Florida 34 trees and wire grass. They are more
Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, they had complied with all statutes would likely become extinct in jive apt to become extinct unless protected, I
and South Carolina, and Tennessee. At the request of ITT Rayonier the and another 38 in ten Na- because
requiring "due public notice". Now they years years. they grow from an
Fish and Wildlife Service held hear-
Surprised? Well, join the club. Most of are saying they have been "up front" all ing on August 3 at Neptune Beach a ,with tionally, the report said that 680 plants I underground corm and do not have seed'to I
us thought Florida was building a along with information; about regional comments received from opponentsand are so endangered that they will likely be scattered by birds,wind,or water.
become extinct within the next five totenyearsT I
to _.
hazardous waste treatment plant plans for interstate shipments of hazar- proponents of placing Bertram'sIxia "" -- ---
take care of its own waste. dous waste. on the endangered list. These com-
ments will be reviewed before sendinga The report called for a coordinated FORESTRY-
Rep. George Crady of Yulee said he How about operating in the sunshinefor recommendation to the Washington effort among conservation groups and

was unaware of today's.meeting, and while fellows? and Ser- botanists in Florida, Hawaii, California II
a of Wildlife
., JigiCS-! they SLFish Puerto Rico,and Texas to redouble I IN BRADFORD COUNTY
vice. The decision must be made their
efforts to
save rare plants.
2Jyne 1990and_ will be subject to II By Stan Shepard
judicial review if anyone for or againstIt Fast Disappearing Bradford County Forester

brings suit.Another. Even at the height of its growth in this.
I Strong Case Made for Public. Televisionby .:; Reforestation IncentivesThis

fall, beginning September 5,
A.M.Ramadan, M.D. L Bradford County forestland owners can'qualify ,
tters the
I happen to be one of those people who Is support these stations. In my opinion, this J to Editor to participate in a reforestation
addicted to public radio and television.The Is quite unacceptable. If every listener and incentives program sponsored by the
thought of not having these services viewer contributed $10 per year, there : .1 ,. Florida Forestry Association. The I
available in our communities causes me would be enough money raised for public Florida Reforestation Program
great anxiety.As a result of being raised in radio and television to continue to operate.It (FRIP)encourages private landowners
Europe for many years of my life, I have is very unfortunate that aooo"of the 'boys with Rambo fever. to reforest their land by reimbursing
great difficulty watching our several viewers and listeners have to carry the Vote for I would like to help organize,or to join a .them for the cost of the pine seedlings
American commercial channels. The majority responsibility of maintaining. these dedicated to the non-destructive which they plant.
of the programs they show, can indeed valuable services. Since we all benefit Unspoiled Areas. group of these lands which are fenc-enjoyment The program will be available
cause the mind to decay. In my opinion from them, isn't it only logical that we all *. ed, locked and patrolled to condition now the statewide for the first time. Although
a person cannot enjoy such program- contribute to them? How can we pay $20 deer for a few lucky hunters next winter. sponsored by the Florida
ming unless he/she is a classic couch per month to join the cable company, but Dear Editor, Association, FRIP is a Forest
potato. Public radio and television are not pay $20 per year to have the privilegeof In support of your reader in the August Pat Zambito fort supported by the Division of
class broadcast operations. Listening and tuning into the public stations??I 111 1 We 17 Issue who asks the right to enjoy Rt.3,Box 523,Starke Forestry, the ASCS offices and
watching the public channels improves are very blessed that public! radio"and unspoiled outdoor areas I would like to \ Florida's forest industry. Florida's
and enhances my self-worth and self- television don't treat us like the telephone: add my frustrations and to make a pro- Improper Drainage forest industry funds the program by
esteem, which is directly related to my utility or the cable companies where if we posal. contributions of money or seedlings.
learning abilities, educational standard don't they cut the services! I guess Causing MosquitoesEditor September 5 will mark the beginningof
well informed citizen. radio and television like My home near Hampton on Meng Dairy -. sfgn-up
and my being a very public are some at your local ASCS office.
Like a lot of people I am always in my parts of our bodies that we do not miss until -' Road borders hundreds, maybe thousandsof Telegraph: Participation will be on a first com-
car sometimes between 6:00 and 9:00a.m., we are threatened by losing them. I see'' acres of woods owned by timber companies Re: Mosquitoes for,Tax Dollars e/first served basis with landowner

on myway to work, and I listen to myfavorite this quite frequently in my profession as a' like Container Corporation of Since the construction done asked to consider the following program
Forest.This land is on
America and Rayonier
program. News Magazine Morn hand surgeon. My patients don't seem to objectives:
ing Edition. I rarely am able to listen between .. realize the importance of their hands until leased and controlled by hunt clubs who plagued Highway by 16 mosquitoes.West residents are being. Landowners will agree to plant
the hours of 9:00 and 5:00: p.m., but they are on the verge of losing them or the use these untold acres only a few months These are breeding in seedlings for .
from locationof to utilize them. then do ,during the winter. The remaining nine '.' mosquitoes Counter. '
since I am usually going one ability Only they water holes left in road ditches that recommended by the
between 5:30 and 6:00 how will be able to' : months of the year these clubs spend on are
work to another, : tart wondering they that Landowners owning at least 10
not properly graded so the water
p.m., I get to listen to All Things Considered function without their hands. I have the relentless patrol of their domain, using. will drain out. acres,will agree to plant a minimum of
is the afternoon and I think 4-wheel drive vehicles to track, harass, In-I
which newsmagazine same anxiety feelings when Some drains at culverts are six in- 5 acres.
program. Listening to these two that one day I will be driving to or from terrogate and threaten non-members be. dies below the openings in the culverts. -Pine seedlings will be ordered from
programs is educational, Informative and work, or in between work, or at home and ,they horsemen, hikers, Joggers or bird State Road 16 West residents: Won't the Division of Forestry after sign-up at
I down-right fun, as are several other entertaining will not have the public radio and television watchers. join me in contacting our State the local ASCS office.
programs. AH of us who listen to stations available to me.. It would seem a whale of public relations Senator and Representatives to see If. Maximum reimbursement will be
these public stations know what I am talk- I urge every listener and viewer to par. offering if the Container Corporation we can get this matter corrected? for up to 60,000 pine seedlings. This Is
ing about and I am sure that everyone has tlcipate In keeping these public stations and Ravoniers would make their woods Stanley Crawford,Sr generally a sufficient quantity. to plant
their own favorite programs). My view- healthy and available. A contribution of available to clubs with conservation interests -. Rt 2,Starke 80 acres. I Ii
Ing of public television comes primarily at only $10 per year by every viewer, and during the non-hunting season, Christmas tree plantings are not ,
night, somewhere between 9:30 and 11:30 ,", listener will permit us all to share the Such clubs would sign the necessary eligible.. ... I
p.m. I do miss the news hour on public responsibility and to benefit and share in releases and would contract to be as' Pine seedlings available t from the
television, but I get to watch other programs. the joy of their presence. They are almost responsible as the hunt clubs, and would Division of Forestry Include: 1
.On the weekend indulge in listenIng "' like a natural resource which we all have provide an additional benefit to the woods: Genetically Improved Slash Pine,
to and watching public radio and to protect and defend If not for us,then for '.. No implements of destruction such as Loblojly Pine and Longleaf Pine.
television., our future generation I hope available : motorized vehicles, guns, animal traps, Once planting is completed and the I
Recently, a fund-raising drive was radio and television will be to ired. It was quite apparent that the listenIng enrich.the live of all our children a*. .it. baa: the nicer trees. t- are planted correctly, the landowner
and viewing area of public radio and .ours' 0 ,will then be reimbursed.for the cost of
television from Gainesville reaches over (Or..Ramadan is founder and surgeon of Till then, nature watching this area ,.the seedlings.If .. I
100,000 people in North Central Florida. I the Ramadan Hand Institute with Of. has been pushed to the side of state and --_ you are Interested In this program, I
was very shocked to learn that only.3,000 of Rehabilitation Divisions at, Gainesville, county roads ... until hunting season when Tine golf course In Africa includes 'you can call my office or atop by the I I
,these listener: and/or vfcwcr liitaiM-mlly Lake i Butler and Palatka.. )_ j even the public roads are Illegally lined In H* ground rule a free drop for a ASCS office at the Agricultural i
I ,with bunting buggies and armed men and ball!that lands In a hippo footprint. .Building in.SUrke and sign-up.

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Engagements Parties Hosts DinnerVFW Ruby Brown to Receive

Approaching Post 1016 will be holding a
Social -Meetings free chicken dinner on Sept. 4. I
I Feeding will begin at 6 p.m.This dinner -
MarriagesElizabeth -Weddings will be open to any veteran and Special Recognition
his family. Come on out and eat and
discuss membership with us. Ladies
Gleason, EngagementstBirtfis related to veterans who are eligible This Sunday, Sept. 3, Mrs. Ruby Robert (Bobby) Sapp from Atlanta,
Dennis Magyar to Join the VFW are welcome to Brown will receive special recognition Ga., who will be directing the musicas
come out and discuss In at Pine Level Church.
membership Baptist well as other grand and great
To Wed Sept. 16 Items -Announcements our auxiliary.Serving of the dinners Mrs.Brown,who celebrated her 89th grandchildren who will be a part of
Mr. and Mrs. James Gleason of will continue until the chicken runs birthday this week, Is the only sur- the special music.
Starke, announce the engagementand out.VFW viving charter member of the The church will be having an old
approaching marriage of their will again host a chicken din- church which was organized 75 fashion dinner on the grounds and an
daughter Elizabeth Jane to Dennis ner on Sept. 9. This dinner will be years ago. She has been an active afternoon service instead of a Sunday
Wayne Magyar,son of Mr.and Mrs. Travis and Ann open to the public and will give the member of the church through the night service. -;
Donald Magyar, all of Starke. Celebrate 25th Wedding AnniversaryMr. community an opportunity to sup- yean and still attends on a regular Pine Level Baptist Church is ::.
The wedding will take place Satur- port the VFW. Dinners will be$3.00. basis. located .
31/2 miles west of
and Mrs. Travis Woods be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary Starke on :
day, Sept. 18, at New River Congregational will Serving will begin at 10 a.m. and will Highway 100 and Pastor Roman
Tuesday Sept. 5.> Several members of her
Methodist Church. continue til the chicken's family Alvarez
The bride-elect is a graduate of The Woods will be honored at a reception Sunday Sept. 3, from 2:00 gone. will take part in the service this in Invites everyone to come .
Bolivar Central School Bolivar NY 4:00: the Fellowship Hall of Madison Street Baptist Church.All Displaced HomemakerPro. week. These include her grandson,. join tion. this special day of celebra ;i
and is employed at Shands Teaching friends and relatives are invited to call between these hours. :,
Hospital, Gainesville,as a secretary The only gift requested Is the Rift of your presence. .
in the OB/GYN Department.The Begins Sept. 11 New ArrivalsJustin I
bridegroom-elect attended W.T. Weeks 'Young at ,Heart At SFCC CampusTake

Bradford County High School, UDC Notice to Meet Sept. 7 ..
Starke. There will be a meeting of the The Young at Heart of the First the first step Into the future: Franklin DurranceMr. Amanda Patricia Short ,:.;
District II Chapters UDC at Camp Baptist Church will have their A Free Class. Focus on the Future: .
Tammy Griffis Displaced Homemaker Program at and Mrs. Frank Durrance of Mack and Sheila Short of Starke :;
Montgomery on Tuesday, Sept. 5, to regular monthly meeting Thursday
T. Dean TateAnnounce make plans for the Florida Division Sept.7,with a covered dish luncheonat Santa Fe Community College has a Starke. announce the birth of their announce the birth of a daughter,
State Convention In October. All noon In the fellowship hall. A new class starting Sept.11.The class son.Justin Franklin, born July 29 in Amanda Patricia born August 7 in .."
Engagement members urged to attend and should hearty invitation is extended to and other services are free of Gainesville. He joins a sister, Lake Shore Hospital, Lake City. :
Tammy phone Mildred Weisgerber at everyone to Join the Young at Heart charge but pre-registration Is re- Allison, 5 years old. She joins two sisters, Ashkea, 8 '
Starke, and Theodore "Dean" Tate 473-4958 to make reservations.The for fun and fellowship and enjoy a quired by Friday, Sept. 8. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. and Amber 13 months. :-
of Newberry announce their engage- Presidents Council of Nor- talent show also. Purpose of the class is to offer help Leoma Whitehead and the late A.B. ;:
ment and approaching marriage.The theast Florida UDC will hold theirFounder' to homemakers 35 years of age or Whitehead. Paternal grandparentsare -
wedding will l take place Satur- .Day Luncheon on Spet. 8, older who have lost the support of Mrs. Thetis Durrance and the
day, Sept. 23, at the Church of Godon at the Jacksonville Hotel. If the Kelly ReunionSet their family through separation Starke.late Rev. C.F. Durrance, all of
St. Clair Street in Starke. members of W.T. Weeks Chapter for Sept. 2 divorce, or the death or disability of
The couple announce that there UDC can attend, please get in touch their spouse, and who are planning
The family of the late Frazier and
are no local invitations sent to re-enter the Job market after
being with Mildred Weisgerber for further '
Ethel will celebrate their third
Kelly of working In the home.PlannIng
and all friends and relatives are Invited Information. years I
to attend. annual family reunion Saturday, a new life direction and support Luau Honors Thornton
& HixThe
Sept. 2, at the Florida State Prison from others are basic parts of the
Sheila Wilkinson, Club News Pistol Range. class.
Church service will be held Sun-
Henry Hodges Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs. Herbert day, Sept.3, at 3 p.m. at Mt. Morlah tion To, can register or for more Informa- Kingsley Lake home of Mr. Another focal point was a vegetable- :.
To Wed Sept. 9 Thomas Mrs. Ellis Byrd and Mrs. United Methodist Church. Speakerwill 395-5047. and Mrs. Steve Denmark was the sculpture so delicately carved that it _..
Sheila Wilkinson and Henry Marjorie Thomson attended theFFWC be Rev. Dwayne Gaddis, pastorof setting for a delightful luau honoring truly mimicked a lush floral ar :.. '
District IV Presidents' Coun- Mt. Zion Southside A.M.E. Gospel Sing Set Miss Donna Thornton and Reid Hix, rangement. Found in the center of
their Hodges, both of Lawtey marriage., announce cil and Workshop held at the Fernan- Church, Jacksonville. For Sept. 2; on Saturday evening, Aug. 19. the dock serving table midst a ::;
approaching dina Beach Woman's Club on Friday Guests were welcomed by Miss luscious array of foods was a melon :
The wedding will take place Satur- ,Aug. 18. Bradford Arts CouncilTo Revival Sept. 8-10 Trish Parado and Bill Hamilton, carved into the likeness of a whale. .
day,Sept.9,at 2 the home of Mrs. Harry Gruen and Ms. Bruce .:
Meet Sept. 5th Church of God of Prophecy, Inc. each clad in Hawaiian outfits. The
and Mrs. Smith For- ;
Mr. Buddy on will host a gospel sing Sunday Sept. couple extended a true Hawaiian Ivey so artistically and ably provided '
Road, with Officers AnnouncedThe
syth barbecue Starke to follow. a receptionand 3, at 6 p.m. and will continue it at 7 greeting by adorning each guest these beautiful conversation
p.m. during the rest of their revival. with a colorful lei and serving thema pieces.As .
All friends and relatives of the "''''''''''''''YI: '''''''''''''''''''''''' newly organized Bradford Revival services will continue Sept. Icy glass of tropical punch. a mememto of the occasion,the
invited to attend.No local Arts Council will
couple are Linda, County meet Tuesday 810. Everyone is invited to attend. The terraced walkway leading to honored couple was presented a ser-
invitations are being sent. ,Sept.5,at : College the Santa The Durden Family will be enter- the house and lake area was lined ving bowl to their chosen china pat-
Nappy'Birthday 'Darling. \ Fe Community Andrews taining. Gospel Echo will be singing with glowing tiki torches and pineap- tern.Hosting
Melody Wilson, \ "Don't Worry, rum, you may Center. Sept. 4, then again Sept. 7. ple sand candles.Miss Thornton and this delightful affair were
Gerald MengAnnounce ; The following officers and direc- Pastor W. T. Laney.Gethsemanie Mr. Hix then greeted their guests Mr. and Mrs Bill Adams, Mr. and
6e a year older But you're \> tors have been named: Jim Love, and invited them into the house or Mrs. AI Coston, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
EngagementSeptember Better. chairman; Shan Johns, vice- the pier area. Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Den
16 is the planned wed- definitely getting chairman; Ruth Riddick,secretary; Tables abundant with luscious mark, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Flynn
ding date of Melody Ann Wilson of M'fUlne-yoruw{an4ously Laura Conti, treasurer; members: Quartet Hawaiian delicacies lured guests to Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen, Mr. and
San Pablo, Calif. and Gerald Paul Marjorie Thomson, George Cardin, Concert PostponedThe the dining area and to the dock Mrs. Bruce Ivey, Mr. and Mrs. Bud :
Meng of Truckee. The celebrationwill awaiting your trip to urope.! Patricia Crawford, Chris Davidson, Gethsemanie Quartet concert pavillion. Centering the dining table dy Paterson and Mr. and Mrs.
take place at Havienda de las I Love :you, April O'Connell, Mitchell Starling, that was scheduled at Pine Level was a beautiful vegetable sculpture Johnny Torode.You'll .
Lavon Drives, Alice Hudson, Bernie
Flores in Moraga. depleting a tranquil tropical scene.
Baptist Church this Saturday night
Larry McFadden,Gene Matthews and Don
Is the of Carl and
Melody daughter
Ritchie.Dr. will not be held. Floyd Andrews,
Lucy Wilson of San Pablo. She Is a manager of the group,reports that It
graduate of Pinole Valley High has become necessary to cancel all
School and Diablo Valley College, is of their engagements for a while.
a hair stylist in Berkeley and is stu- 'Bi{{ The concert will be scheduled againat
dying acupuncture. a later date.'Starting.
Gerald is the son of Francis and \

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NOTICE OF REDEMPTION NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF qualifications of the personal representative
AN ORDINANCEBY venue, or Jurisdiction of the Salazar'sSchool

The Housing Finance Authority of THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWNOF Court.
Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bonds NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. of Dance

S.rle.1980 September 12, 1989 ol 7:30: p.m.. the Publication of this Notice has begunon '
Town Council ol the Town of Brooder, August 24, 1989. Fall
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant Florida, In regular session to b. held at ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL I

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE to section 3.01b( ) of the Trust Indenture the Breaker Town Hall Brooker Florida REPRESENTATIVE: Classes
REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN dated April I. 1980, $125.000.00 will consider the following Ordinance: on JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR.
FICTITIOUS NAME AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY aggregate principal amount of Bonds second reading and proposed passage Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., ".A. to Start
are called for redemption from the P.O. Drawer 938

Pursuant lo Section 865.09. Florida CASE NO. B9200CA FLORIDA Special Redemption Account on October thereof.ORDINANCE NO. 1989-5 Starke, Florida 32091 Sept. 5th
Statutes, notice It hereby given that the FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE I I. 1989, at 100% of the principal AN ORDINANCE FIXING AND (904)) 964.5700 wcr
undersigned SHIRLEY ALVSTAD, Rt. 3. CORPORATION, Plaintiff amount. 9r erc's s
Sox and HOWARD .
1163. Stork. Fl 33091 vs.JOE
ALVSTAD Rt. 3. Box 1163. Stark, FL M. MATTOX Defendant
No. 664 AND OTHER MATTERS RELEVANT TO THE Bronx. NY 10468.2222 (
32091, |joint owners, doing businessunder
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF 8/24 4k tig 9/14 Register
Rout 3. Box 1163 Stark., Florida 32091 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
Intends to register said fictitious name
Sold proposed ordinance be Inspected

under the aforesaid ttatut NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the may
711 737 781 822 by the public at the Brooker
Doled this 31 it day of August A.D. following described property to.wit:
854 882 958 986 Town Hall Brooker Florida during the
1989 In Bradford County. Commence at the Northwest of STARKE
1008 1012 1022 1123 hours of 9:00: A.M. to 12:00 Noon on
At Old Across from BUS
8/31 4lpd 9/21 the Southeast quarter (SE 1/4)) of the Armory
1154 1256 1265 1270 Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.All .
Control No. 169 Southwest quarter (SW 1/4)), Section 18. 1295 1300 1349 1350 Interested parties may appear at CHURCH OF GOD CALL 964.6792 or 964-7098

Township 6 South Range 22 East; run 1410 1461 1462 R13 the meeting and be heard with respectto 422 N.St cr.1r-964.5445
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO South 693 feet for point of beginning; the proposed ordinance John Pastor Dorothy SalazarClassifiedAds
REGISTER thence continue South 346.5 feet; thence Bonds selected for redemption should Charlene Thomas,Clerk Spratlin. .irsay> v,",_)IMMIKI!
FICTITIOUS NAME East 1137.75 feet; thence North 341.5 be submitted for payment to First Florida Town of Brooks, Florida We Invite you to worship with us
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida feel; thence West 1137.75 feet to the P.O. Box Florida ltchg.8/31 Attended Nursery
Bank 30013
Statutes, notice li hereby given that the point of beginning, lying in the North 33630 Trust Tampa the Control No. 166 candy School ........... .. .... .... .. toem
undersigned TERRANCE PETRILLO, P. O. half (N 1/2)) of the South half ((5 Ia.. Paying Corporate Agent) with Operations all unmatured( Momlna Worst*... .... .. .. ....... .. .Hen

Box 1485. High Springs, Fla. 32643 sole Section 18, Township 6 South Range 22 coupons attached. Interest on the Bonds CALL FOR BID :venlng Sxvloe' .':::::: 6pmWednesday Get Results!
owner doing business under the firm East and containing 9.10 acres. more or selected for redemption will cease to accrue Veum ::::::::::::_::. 7-30pm:

name of TERRY'S AUTO SALES P. O. Box less, less roads All lying and being in on October I. 1989 The Town of Brooker will receive bids
476.Waldo. Fl. 32694 Inlands to registersaid Bradford County Florida. In accordance with the provisions of for Garbage Pickup.
fictitious name under the aforesaid will be sold at public auction to the the Interest and Dividend ComplianceAct Bidder must be able to pick up garbage Perform a death-defying act:
statute. highest and best bidder for cash sold of 1983, the be and
Paying Agent may required on Tuesday Saturdays (or any
Dated this 10th day of August 1989 In sale to be held on the lawn In front of withhold the
to 20% of the payment two days Council requests) each BECOME A CHRISTIAN!
th* Bradford County Courthouse. Stark,
Bradford County week Bidder
upon redemption to certain bondholderswho must hove his own vehicle,
41pd 8/10.31 Florida on the 11th day of September have failed to furnish the Paying tools, and Insurance
Control 147 1989 at 9:00: a.m. Agent with a completed Internal Bids must be seated and received on For Christiana,
Said sale shot! be made death la merely the door to eternal life
pursuant to a Revenue Service Form W.9. entitled"Payer's or before 7:30: p.m. on September 5, "
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Final Judgement entered in the above Request for Taxpayer Identification 1989. Mailing address Is: TOWN OF That la what the Bible teachea.

REGISTER entitled action on the 3rd day of August Number". Therefore, please BROOKER P.O. BOX 127, BROOKER and what we believe.
1989. furnish a correctly completed Form W.9 FLORIDA 32622.
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida DATED this 14th day of August, 1989. when bonds for Bids will be accepted for
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the representing your a two-year you'd: like to learn more, come study:
redemption to avoid any such period beginning October 1, 1969 and Cod'a Word with
Clerk of the Circuit Court
withholding or penalties.BRADFORD ending September 30 1991.
JOYCE M THORNTON, 560 Glendale St.,
By: Tather Allen Deputy Clerk
COUNTY HOUSING The Town Council reserve the right to
Starke, Flo 32091. |joint owners, doing
FINANCE AUTHORITYBy accept or reject any and all bids
business under the firm name of THORN.
: Florida National BankTrustee TOWN COUNCIL First
TON B ASSOCIATES. 117.B South Thompson NOTICE OF ACTION Christian Church
St., Starke, Fla. 33091 Intends to BEFORE THE BOARDOF 507 W. Call
September I. 1989 8/24: 2tchg 8/31 St.
register said fictitious name under the CONSTRUCTIONIN
aforesaid statute Itchg831Control Control No. 162 Bible School 9:45 am -Worship 10:4 5 am

Dated this 10th day ol August 1989, In RE: The license to practise of Construction No. 163 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'The Friendliest Little Church in Town"
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4tpd 8/10.31 HOLIDAY Starke, FL 32091 IN AND FOR BRADFORD ... .
Control 148 CASE NO. 0108786 """ "" "" "H''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''," ,, ,., ,,,." "'
Site Prep Burning Bid Airpark". Site
NOTICE UNDER LICENSE: RB 0017956 preparation burning bid package.Deadline CASE NO.89 110-CP ((1-4099)) : OUTDOOR GOSPEL SING
The Department of Professional : September 11. 1989, 4:30: IN RE: The Estate of !
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW p.m. : : :..:.. _.
has filed Administrative -- -
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the may Complaint be obtained against by you contacting a copy, AttorneyRay of which Package ((904)) 4807.LYNDA NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe ..: FI'.J

undersigned under desiring to engage In Shop., 1940 N. Monroe Street City ROBERTS Clerk !yBRING I i YOUR) OWN 1 LAWN J9 J--CHAIR: I

MBG business' MARKETING the at number fictitious State name FarmMorket of Tallahassee. Florida 32399.0782, ((904)) Keystone Heights administration of the estate of I r -

4880062If HchgS/31 PETE S. LOBIONDO Deceased File No. : r f _.
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no contact has been made by you Control No, 164 89.110.CP ((1.4099)). is pending In the Circuit -
of Stark.. Florida intends to register the concerning the above by September 21, Court for Bradford County Florida !s i When: Sat., Sept. 2
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said name with the Clerk of the Circuit 1989 the matter of the Administrative CAlTFOR BIDS Probate Division the address of which Is :i Where: Lamp of Jesus Ministries
Court of Bradford Florida.
County Complaint will be presented at an ensuIng Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, !
Dated at Grand Junction Ml, this 21st nunilpj of the Board of ConstructionIn 'Slash Piling Bid Airpark". Rakingand Florida 32091. : E-1OO on SE 24th & 11th St. (ForsytheRd.

day of July, 1989.MICHIGAN. an Informal proceedings piling appro 20 acres package, The name and address of personal : .) 1st dirt road on right past "OldGlory"
BLUEBERRY GROWERS 8/24 3tchg 9/07 Deadline: September 11, 1989, 4:30: p.m. representative and the personal please

ASSOCIATIONJohn Call City Hall. Keystone Heights, for Bid representatives attorney are set forth !, T I .-.
E. Shelford. President Time 7-9 x IS r.. -
Package ((904)) 473 4807. below. : p.m. dmT
8/24 4tpd 9/14 RENT A FAX MACHINEFor LYNDA ROBERTS, Interested persons are required to .-.,. I
City Clerk file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON i -
Home or Office$35.00Month Keystone HeightsltchgS31 THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS GUEST SINGERS: (() Snacks & Cokes

NOTICE: ((1)) all claims agaist the estate The Believers .. for Sale
A two-day-old gazelle can outrun THE OFFICE SHOP Control No 165 and ((2)) any objection) by an Interested
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Service HWY 301 North Rev eler' ,oir { a or 964-2328
3'1-6 I Karin McMonigle 21S N,Tcmplo Avo.
964-8278 9647500EZ WadnasdayR..aaton HWY 301 S. 964-5757 AGENT SIa,....t1.


Store Wheels Auto Sales Thursday 31.13 -. DURRANCEPUMP&SUPPLY HURST'S EXXON

Eyeglass -We Finance- 314-2Y SERVICE

"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here Friday .t Attend your church regularly "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

eyeglass center" 1320 N.Temple Ave. Genesis ? 987 N. Temple Ave.
103 Edwanb Rd. 964-8588 964-7783 Saturday 864-N.Temple 964-7061 964-6111

DOUGLAS BATTERY OF Jones Funeraillome 2.b.25 DENMARK FURNITUREIt's Lewis Timber Co.

rebuild starters alternators DI/$ /ncuW'/ ed.Caring$ fll/ce. a fact you can do Hwy 301 S. e P.O.Box 207
For Over SO Yean
& Generators Steve and Cindy Futch fr better at Denmark's Starke
< HHm<>>- 964-6871
407 N.Tem a f64.7911 Surfce 964-6200 434 W. Call 964-5827

Keystone Heights 473-3176 "Dew leas end the sun tint.God
In the lives ol His people
I r. Community GodChanges: moves"C'olntr-f now in am. Me once Lamp of Jesus Ministries WARD

": State Bank drat spider web becomes a cfianoUer *- Crafts& Consignments
ol crystal, rainbows royal fur- : AUTO SALVAGE
or Starke piss, velvet violelt, liery reds, tome Located off 100
.. i incited with brightest gold" Keystone,take riFt en 34di Awe We Buy Junk& Salvageable Cart
atane Only Home Owned People! emerge from their "houses Ett Hwy 301 3 Mi. N. of Starke

Independent Bank Things ol worship,apparently unchanged yet 09 964-7345
"All Nature Sings of Jesus"EPPS
811 S. Walnut 964-7830 different What Is the new meaning
In thalr lives? What Is the deeper
web hangs euipenrjett understanding' ? How has peaca end NORTON
In a dry bush, m mere pattern confidence been renewed? A mystery .
TRANSMISSION SERV : Restaurant & Lounge ol grey trembling In the breeze* ?Perhaps'But not b.yond..pert- ask aeeut+iSiiscwar 5t.l. '

... .... Lunch Buffet E.chw.eli.psoplelromeverywaik ence Used Carslwy'3301 euslnstt Te'eeMM'
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pro will learn
ATRA burdens enter' churches end synagogues Together we I COMblAL

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Seers A FI"rmSuppU.. From all of WI tJI Western Steer

964-6600 Warship skis wttk:and every teak Complete Repairs Tin Shop&Auto 2226 N.Tempi Avenue US 301 South

24 HR Wrecker Service al tin cAwc of your choict" 402 N.Temple HWY 301 N. 964-7871 9648061MITCHELL'S
1018 N. 964-6461 .
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BANK PARTS STORE Sales & Service :, :> VICMIUWC/ <_

Officers, Directors & Alt llu right parts belt At 206 W. Madison & US 301. CORPORATIONMark OLD FASHIONED
StaffAllen's Sla11ce 964-7200 ...: : :-; w.,.. ..t,., ,
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Hampton ---August Birthdays:..: -- Mitchell, David Meng, Michael Principal, Mary Ann Kyle; assisted by Betty Stone and Tina First Grade Program ..
Bradley; 21, Henry Rhoden, Pam Kindergarten Joseph Watson'; 1st Kerschner; Custodian Sidney'Dellassisted Jean Clark's first
grader are
1,Clinton Brown 2,Claire Brunetti
; McWilliams 22, Miranda Lee 25, by Jackie Ellington, Bus
; ; titlark' ; ,
2nd ,
grade, Jean grade Lynn working on special Safety and
3, Carole Stevenson 4, ;
; ; Kelly
Rodney Padgett; 26, Carmel Thorn Drivers, Brenda Jones, Ted Brown
and 3rd Nina Health
Marshall grade with the
Hilights. Bowen, Ester Smith S, ; programs
; Tommy ton, Edward Baker and (
; 27 Shannon Joyce Collins. Joyce was
Edith Shaw 4th
Rowan 3rd ; "Happy Children Are
grade news
Meng 8, Brandon LoU 9, Gene ;
; ;
Grant Davis Evelyn welcomed back with many hugs and .
grade,Bill King 5th grade Children" Chad Rhod
Joyner, Mike Mowry, Jennie Rhea, Kerschner ;
Rawcliffe. kisses her had miss-
Terry 28 by friends who
by Dolores ; 6th grade, Millie Kamig; welcomed as a new student transfer
Meng Lily Walker, Dolores Meng 10, Thomas Sprinkle;
Vickie ed her
Angela Hutto; 29, I, Earselene Zimmerman during last year's illness.) from Southside.
Chapter ; ring
New Arrival Carmen Waterhouse,Timmy Slater, Denise Curtis, Ruth Meng; 30, Claudette Frees "Duke", the Golden Retriever
'i Judea Marie Smith Mike Swan Hall: 11, Randy Scog ins; 12, Contois, Verdis Hawkins, Dins Special PREP Specialist Ed., Alice Faye Waters;; school mascot is again part of the Important Dates ...
Derrick Jenkins 13,
Sylvia ; Baker 31, Joshua schools
William and Robin Smith of Jamie Wartlluft; 14, Kelly Bowen, ; Meng. Media Specialist, Kathryn Brooke; faithful family. Sept. 4, Labor Day; Sept. 7,
Yakima, Washington, proudly an- Kim Thornton, Danny Wiggins; 18 Hampton Elementary Physical Ed., Steve Acree; Music, Computer Lab .... Kindergarten Open House, most Im-
nounce the birth of a daughter Tori Raina, Rocky Rawcliffe, GenoMoppert School Carole Stevenson; Band, Dirk portant for parents to attend at 7pm.
Judea Marie, born at Memorial 17, Jennifer Rowe 18, Schmidt; Secretary, Lucy Hodges; The special Learning to Read Pro- says teacher Joe Watson I;
Hospital,Aug. 19.She weighed 7 Ibs. Christina; Hall, Paul Thomas; Hampton Elementary is off to a Paraprofessionals, Margaret gram is one of the highlights of the Sept.5,PTA meeting at 7 p.m. Plans
6 oz. and measured 21 inches. She Turner 19, June Haddock, Tim good school year with an enrollmentof Wadsworth, Shellla Morgan Debbie school with the addition of nine IBM for the annual Halloween Carnival
Joins a 11-year old sister Shannon. Crews.;Charles Woodard 20. Freda 186 students. Faculty and staff Donnerstag and Sallye Scoggins; computers in operation.Steve Acreeis scheduled for Oct. 27 will be for.
Paternal grandmother is Bette ; serving! are: ___ Cafeteria Manager., Ruth ZaTadinn in charge of the morning program. mulated. .
Smith Martin of Hampton. Maternal --
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cox
of Silver Yakima, WA. USDA Choice Beef

Wedding Celebrated

Congratulations to Norman and BONELESS RIB EYE OR
Gerri Phillips of Brooker who
celebrated their 25th wedding an-
niversary on Aug. 27. e
They were honored with a recep- NEW YORK
tion given for them by friends on
Sunday at the Container Corporation
headquarters near Brooker. We ; 'L
wish them many more happy years
together! STRIP

,f Travelers Return...
Danny and Bette Smith Martin ... $498 :
recently returned to their home at
Hampton Villa following a six-weeks I
vacation trip. STEAK
They spent two weeks in Vermont
with their son and family, Richard,
Althea, Richard, Jr., and Jeffrey f.
Smith. They attended high school
graduation ceremonies for Jeffrey SUN. MOM. TUES. WED. THUR FRI. SAT.
Prices In this ad ,
who has enrolled at Wilmington College good Monday
in Boston. zs 29 30 31 z Aug. 28 thru Sunday, Sept. 3, 1989.

On July 5, they celebrated their 3

first wedding anniversary. They _
a spent several weeks in the Lake Erie
area. In Ashland, Ohio, they visited Graduddy
J Danny's parents, Mr. and Mrs. arm '
Lorin Martin. They toured the ffJl 111, 1w 'Tast2 eirow0nion!; ,$.

Amish territory near Berlin, Ohio HalfTime
and enjoyed the delicious food in
their restaurants. IB i i
Holt lie
Their camping trip included two Y 0 ,
days at Cherokee, N.C., in the Farms
i included Their sightseeing P1 L' Gr ade
a tour of the Lost Sea in A

Tennessee. TIlE lie

Pilot Program Set

on Drug AwarenessBradford Blue GrapeslRed

County Sheriff Kenneth ,
Etheridge and Bradford School Or White
Superintendent Jim Duncan have
jointly announced a pilot program -
with the fourth graders at Hampton _ _ SEEDLESSGRAPES
and Brooker Elementary Schools In- Lb. CaliforniaPEACHES
volving a uniformed deputy sheriff
being at the schools one day each Holly Farms
week to assist the teachers as they w /
instruct on drug abuse resistanceand Grade A
how to create a safer community PLUMS ORNECTARINES

The officer will be available CHICKENLEG
counsel with the students and
teachers to help them better unders-
tand the pressures of coping with QUARTERS Lb
"ultimately controlling the drug .
problems! they face. : .' ", e '
This tt one of several programs in- r9. 8DCLb.
troduced by the sheriff and school
superintendent. More programs will Beef! 4.g0Lb
be announced soon. /
Supt. Jim Duncan said the pilot A'G"WMte'" Delicious

program awareness at, HE self and esteem BE will, and stress in- It S Raspberries A Plot 1.59

dependent thinking.It is an enhance- FRAN
ment to the curriculum already of- .
fered in county schools, Duncan Pabst California
Coca Cola I Iceberg
says.rug education is a required part Pabst Lt.,

of superintendent school curriculum says. the )) Classic Pabst X-Lt., ) LETTUCEHead

Lindsay Brown 3 9 94 Pabst Draft

Wins in Pageant $255

Lindsay Leigh Brown, three year

old Brown daughter of Starke of Dennis, competed and Vonda In the 12.12 Oz. Cans Diet Coke, $189 5 9 C
Starlight Beauty Pageant held Caffeine Free Diet Coke
August 20 in Gainesville. Diet Sprite

Winner Lindsay in was the Photogenic crowned First competi-Place / Sprite.... .... .. .. 2.79 12 oz./S pack \

tion, receiving a large trophy ban-
ner and a crown. She placed first
runner up in the Sportswear com- \
petition and also received a trophyin I
Lindsay IXWV I I
the Beauty Competition.
qualified for the overall winner in _____ -1
which the judges tallied up scores
!of"50'con es refs, all ages 0-3. CIO I
Lindsay was chosen as one of the 1)- CC- ,
winner in 10 Oz > StrawberryBlackberryBlueberryFood Lion 8 Oz. Plain/Ripple \. >/ \J\ '
seven finalists for overall Red Raspberry/Orange MarmaladeGrapeH 11 Oz. Sunmaid With Raisins 1 I

which first place Nicole and Petteway the remaining of Ocala won six SMUCKER'S SIMPLY FRUIT | .POT AT O CHIPS CINNAMON ROLLS Shop at Food Lion I
named Queen'sCourt. =
finalists were as SPREADABLE FRUIT 7-
for theseSpecialties

the Lindsay Starlight will National go on to Finals compete which in 1 59 89 0 99

will Maternal be held grandparents in April, 1990. are Gene s-c'.. Potato | I c : 9

and Rachel Carter of Live Oak. Chips J
Paternal grandparents are Carl and ..RaspberriesSpaghetti
of Starke.
Ida Lee Brown

Legal NoticesNOTICE > ",.,"... 8 Oz. Elbow Macaroni/ -Bean Sprouts
Cherry/Grape/ 7.5 Oz. Country Style
OF INTENTIONTO Tropical Punch' Spaghetti/Thin Spaghetti -Alfalfa Sprouts


Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida "- 7'-----; -Tain ,.Roma Tomatoes
Statute, notice It hereby given that the Lees I 1 Mueller
ond.r.lgd BEN C. HOLTZENDORF. Rt. $ 3/$1 albowa 89 0
4, Box 1025. Stark.. FL 32091. eol. :: / . f" .
owner: doing business und.r the firm ... ;) {
nome of R.D. MACHINE FAB., Rt.. 4. 6 Pack '-- tsftasx I IL
BOKI028. Stork.. Florida 32091. lnt ndt --- :
to regl.ter said Iclllloirt nom.under. th. -J.j ---- PUItJnirv
aforesaid ttatut.. **"&
Dated this 29th day of Au8u.t. A.D. ,
Bedford County. I
,989. In B/31 .tpd 9/21 22 Oz. Lemon/Lime Dish 112 Oz.Arm & Hammer 3 Lb. Tub Spread MargarineDETERGENT
: Control No. 171


990 $279 :
Pur.uont to Section 865.09, Florida
,Stotut., notice I I.hereby given that the I II
und.nlgned. JAMES TROWELL Rt. 2.. II
Butler FL 3205.t. eol.own.r
low 91. Lake
firm I
doing business CONSTRUCTION.under the Rt.2,

name low 98 of to Lak.CAPITOL regl.ter Butler.said Florida fictitious int.nds there is a Footfcitori ponvetilentlf locatedriear; ou: FOOD LIONI

under the aforesaid 10.
Dated this 31 tt day of Auguil A.D.

1989. in Bradford County.Control./31 "tpd21 No.170 Deerfoot Village Shopping Center ffl'S; 3,0i; ; South

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.---- -.-- every other Saturday beginning e Reasonably Priced WorkNOEGEL'S
NOTICE OF INTENTTO Thompson Street.Storke,Florida.At this
CONSIDER ENACTMENTOF time all persons, both for and against, September 9. 1989 at 8 a.m.
PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY this proposal shall be heard,as specifiedIn
THE BOARD the Bradford County Zoning Codes
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF The Zoning Board will make a recommendation All styles & Curls AUTO SALES
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA to the Bradford County Commission
on this application at their HWY. 301 N. 064-6461
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the prescheduled hearing to be held Walk-Ins WelcomeFor
27lh day of September 1989 ol 7:30 Wednesday, September 20( 1989, at 7.30:
p.m., the Board ol County Commit- P.M., In the Commissioners Room of the
loners of Bradford County, Florida, In Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, more information CASH DISCOUNT SALE
special session to b. held at th. Board Florida. At this lime the Bradford County
meeting room at the Bradford County Commission will moke the final decisionon call Mrs. E. Haile at 964-8864 '81 BUICK REGAL '78 AMC GREMLIN
Courthouse, Starke Florida, will consider the proposed application, after having
the following ordinance, and the two public hearings, advertisementand eforis 2 Dr. 4 Dr.
proposed enactment thereof. posting. All persons Interested In Stylist Coffins PS, PB.AT.AC S995 4 Cyl.AT PS PB $395
BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE this application are hereby given noticeof
ESTABLISHING COUNTY-WIDE SPECIAL time and place for the two publichearings '80 PONTIAC '78 FORD COURIERPK
FOR SAID SPECIAL ASSESSMENT; DEFINING Bradford County 4 Cyl.,4 Speed $395 4 Cyl., 4 Spccd $595

ESTABLISHING Th. substance AN of EFFECTIVE the contemplated DATE. ordinance EUGENE LATEEF has FOR made REZONING applicationto Air 6 Cyl.,AT. PS, PB $295LOW i 8 Cyl..PS, P13, AT,AC $495
Is the proposed assessment of the Bradford County Zoning & Planning Conditioning
on annual special assessment fee upon Department for reclassification, of .DOWN'.PAYMENTS .TRADE.JNS ACCEPTED;
the owners of real property in Bradford the property described below from OR to
County, Florida. CG: The front (West Portion) 2.97 acres : '
Sold contemplated ordinance may be 5'x375' of Section 3, Township 6 South
Inspected by the public at the office of Range 22 East, Parcel fOl 950.0.OOOOO. --4 2 Dr. 2 Dr.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford located North on 301.
$199 Dn. 13
County Courthouse, Storke, Florida, during This proposed change In classificationIs ,V Pms at On.oMo.
Pints at $140 mo.$ 1695 $1695
the regular business hours of 8 A.M. subject a public hearing to be held $
thru 5 P.M., Monday thru Friday before Bradford County Zoning Board on Service and Repair on: Joe Cox
All Interested parties may appear at Tuesday, August 29. 1989, at 7:00 P.M. All Your friendly '81 FORD '81 CHEVY CITATION
said meeting and be heard with respect at the Council Room of Starke City Hall, Major Appliances
thereto. 209 N. Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.At repairman.Refrigeration GRANADA$199ll 4 Dr.
Dated this 30th day of August 1989. this time all persons both for and Air Conditioning
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS against, this proposal shall be heard, as Call him today fore $299 Dn. 15
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA specified In the Bradford County Zoning Pmts at $140 Mo. $1495 Pints at $140 Mo. $1995
Ray Norman,Clerk Codes. The Zoning Board will make a any appliance repair
ttchgB31Control recommendation to the Bradford County ElectricalJOE '81 CHEVY MONTE '83 PONTIAC GRAN
No. 179 Commission on this application at their
NoriciAPPLICATION prescheduled hearing to be heldWednesday I,964-7462: I CARLO PRIX
FOR REZONING September 20.1989, 0'7:30: 2 Dr.
$599 Dn. 23 Pints.
P.M., In the Commissioners Room of the COX $499Dn.21
has made $3495
CINDY M. BARTON application OWNERFor $2995 at $160 Mo.
to the Bradford County Zoning & Bradford County Courthouse, Starke Quality Service & I Repair PlOts at $150 Mo.
Planning Department for reclassification Florida.At this time the Bradford County
of the property described below from Commission will make the final decision '83 FORD RANGERPK
RSF-I to RSF-MH-1: Approximately 4.7 on the proposed application, after have 82 CHEVY CIO PK
acres In Southeast quarter of Section 26. .Ing two public hearings advertisement
Twp 8S, Range 22E Parcel No. and posting. All persons Interested In $599 Dn. 25 $599 $180$3895
06053.0.00100 located' in Speedvilla this application are hereby given notice Pmts at $160 Mo. $3695 PlOts at
area off of SE 43rd St. on to SE 43rd of time and place for the two public
Place.Turn left at fork In road propertyIs hearings required.
on the left. Director
This proposed change In classificationIs Zoning& Planning
subject to a public hoofing to be held Bradford County
before Bradford County Zoning Board on IIchg 8/31
Control No. 178 PO No.3558
Tuesday, Aug. 29, 1989, 7.00 P'.M. at the
Council Room of Starke City Hall. 209 N. -


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COMMISSIONERS will hold a public hearing-before .._ BOURBONSBLENDSCANADIAMSLET

adopting a TENTATIVE BUDGET for the 1989-90

County Budget Year. All concerned citizens are

invited to attend this meeting. The meeting will W i n E S -_ 500 / /

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be held at the Bradford County Courthouse *** 945N.

Temple Avenue, Starke, FL CommissionersRoom Tr1

#129 on Thursday, September 7, 1989 at / e- nuwN1.ulucn-Nllrtr.ou..o. / /

7:30 P.M.

Chairman of Board Clerk of Courts County Finance Dlr. Ili CcLI.A. : : / i i91A


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From left to right on the front rowi Jeremy BuckhaJt. Ryan naiman,Jonathan Hayne.Coach ClorU; Rerel,Keith
YOU Timmy Flower,Brad Muse.Llndey Thornton Philip Taylor.Kevin Taylor and Brett Reveby
PombterandKrUUFuqua. Not pictured:Tboma Casey and Chifi Hobb
27" Trinitron Microblack tube "7

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Direct design video/audio Inputs BHS Hosts Annual Fall Jamboree FridayThis

GET FREE Stereo broadcast reception Friday night, Sept. 1, at 8 first quarter, Union High and In three Class 2A teams In the jam-
181 Channel cablecompatibleExpress p.m.Bradford High will host the an- terlachen will play in the second boree.KHS lost 15 starters from last
Tuning'*" nual Spring jamboree.Admission period,Keystone High and BHS will year's 8-4 squad. The Indians run a
is$4 per person. play in the third period, and BHS multiple set power offense. Top
MOVIES Auto timer/channel block STAND Participants will be Union High, faces Union in the fourth period. players include quarterback Tim
Dark Brazilian Rosewood styling NOT Keystone High, Interlachen High Hardee and center Lin Boatwright,a
wood cabinetry and BHS. The jamboree will be tough Coach 8-7,267 pound senior lineman l being>
THEon Each team plays two quarters. In- Sexton says. Union High proved to recruited by serveral major col-
IN : terlachen and Keystone play in the be a scrappy ballclub in the Spring leges.
$950SALE jamboree,hanging tough with BHS.
Union has Kyler Cohen with 4.4
E $3 9 1989 Varsity speed and can be explosive.
Football Schedule Interlachen, big and tough, is Lights Brighter...
$85O Starke workers, the
primarily a running team which using new
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Sopt.t. 65-foot extenson bucket, replaced
IS at Fcrnandlna ..10....;Mgl IIIU UUb J..,UO UVimiU m Ulg blown light bulbs. Workers won't
22 dot fullback. climb the wood poles for fear of injury -
f open KHS may be the weakest of the ,...
29 at Lee High ,
Oct. Madison (HC) .
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t 20 MaccUnny 3 Sports Up... 'day and Friday.There is no changefor
27 at Paxon Registration for youth soccer,flag this program.
,Nov. 3 at Bishop Kenny football and tennis began August 28. Evening exercise classes will
10 fastsld The last day to register will be begin Monday ,Sept.' 11. Evening
Sept. 15.Soccer. classes are from 6-7 each Monday
17 at Intarlachon Is for ages 4-7.flag footballfor Tuesday and Thursday.The cost for
13" 2O" Fisher Any 2711Television 8-12 year olds and the tennis program this class is f 10 per month.
JV Schedule: is for ages 8-12. All classes will be held at Pratt
Sign up at the Recreation Office Street Center until weather becomes
Television Fisher or Sept. Lake Butler (Ola Armory) between 8:30 a.m. to cooler.
14 at Santo Fa noon and 1-5:30 p.m., Monday
and 21 (to''b*filled) through Friday. The fee for soccer Ceramics...
with Remote and $250 Sony and football to $10. The tennis program The ceramic program will
get 2f St.Augustlna is free.Exercise.. resume Monday.Sept.'11.
,; In Free Get $4OO in Oct. 5 at Mlddieburg Evening classes are on Monday
$200 11 North Marion ... from 7-10 p.m. and a morning class
Free Movies Morning exercise classes will Is offered each Wednesday from 9
Movies Free Movies II Keystone resume Tuesday..Sept.12. noon.Classes are held in the
24 at MaccUnny Morning classes are from Old Armory (Rec Dept.) across.
0- 9:30-10:30: a.m. on Tuesday, ThuinJ&nA from the high school.

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game Friday night.

Defense, Offense Look Good, BHS Hosts JamboreeThe

defense dominated but the of- fensive tight end, are two offensive the JV, is the apparent starter at know everything we're doing is not the left tackle job. Both have really injured last season.
fense did some good things,too,says players,Derrick Long,a senior who strong side defensive end. Clint the greatest thing in the world,"said improved a great deall since the spr-
Coach David Hurse of the first started at offensive tackle last year Reed, the starting offensive Offensive Line Coach Lanier Clyatt. ing, says Coach Clyatt.
scrimmage under the lights for the and has been moved to tight end this fullback, will be the backup. "We're ready for the jamboree to also the backup at both guardland At left the guard are Jason Norman,
1989 eleven.It fall,and Clyde DeSue,a junior and a Goodowns, 185, is developing into a see what we can do." tackle.At up from JV, and Lorenzo Hall.
was a hard-hitting, aggressive starting fullback and halfback last real aggressive football player, the The offensive linemen are: right guard is Phillip Crawford, No starter Coach Clyatt.has been decided yet,
scrimmage following the annual year. Neither has any defensive ex same type as the graduated Jimmy Keith ands right tackle, is work- 178 and up from the JV. "He's learn- says
Parent's Night in which the players, but both are doing a good Long, says Coach Sexton. Reed is ing hard, one of the more con- ed a lot, is very coachable, and is
both varsity and junior varsity,were Erience. this fall.Long and DeSue, big, quick and physical, and can sistent players Coach Clyatt says. working real hard," says Coach The tight end Is Derrick Long, I
introduced to the parents in the BHS physical players,will share develop into a tough linebacker, Backup at right tackle is T.J.Orton Clyatt.Backups are Thomas McCut moved from offensive tackle where I
gym. Football equipment was also the Sam linebacker duties because Coach Sexton says. up from the JV.Lettermen chen,concerned mainly with becom- he started last season. Playing just
demonstrated.Last both play offense. "We had our moments. Trying to Roland Shafer and ing a defensive linebacker, and about as much will be Andy
year, the offense was unableto Andy Goodowns, a junior up front run against our defense when they James McNeill are in a dead heat for Jason Hersey, returning after being Goodowns,Coach Clyatt says.
move the football at all, Coach
Hurse recalls. Friday night,the big-
gest problem the Tornado offense

had make.assignments"Maybe was the the missing lights linemen got the ordinarily blocking kids a LABOR DAY SUPER SALE

little nervous. But we think we can
correct those things," says Coach
Hurse,starting his 28th year as head
coach at Bradford High.
The offense scored on a slow
developing 60-yard pass play in TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHas
which the defense was caught in a
man-to-man coverage. End Chris
Dinkins got away from safety Tram
mell! Jones and made the catch. Largest Selection Of
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off the charging defense.
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the five but the defense hung Compare
tough,holding the offensive to short .
yardage with a fourth down play en-
ding up at the goal line. Coach
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