Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
July 7, 1988
Publication Date:
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Spatial Coverage:
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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.
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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Wortli Ming Starke Council 'Holds to Blue Laws: on Sunday-. Liquor: Sales I

Buster'Rabn before 'the council, that he '
by saying alcoholic
beverages on Sunday from tains
only to the sale of
BCT Staff Writer had built the Jax Liquor building on 1 p.m. to '11 p.m. Inside the city 'packaged li- Rezoning Confirmed.,.,
Republicans Meet... City commissioners turned down'a'request ; ''south US-301 1984. Harris said Jax limits of Starke, no alcoholic'' :quor. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
to bring Sunday liquor sales Liquors has been a good neighbor in beverages can be sold on Sunday at advised the council that the zoning (
The Bradford County republican in line with Bradford County Sunday the community operating a Schaefer''moved to adopt the county 'board had heard a request by Louis
party executive committee will sales hours Tuesday 'July 5, in a reputable business. He asked the all.Commissioner Charles Schaefer liquor ordinance. The motion died Miloti) to rezone a parcel on N. Myr.
meet Thursday, July 7, at 6:30 p.m. regular council meeting. council to amend city ordinances to 'said he was aware of the request,' for lack of a second. tie St., to correctly non-conforming
The meeting will be held at 722 Bob' Harris a former Starke JaX Liquors to compete with and that Jax Liquors has no plans to Harris left the' meeting without
West Madison St. builder, represented Jax Liquors stores in the county which i can sellallow operate a I lounge The request per- further comment. .&* Liquor.. P.2A

All persons interested in filing for -- -> "' ..__.._-- --- ,
public office and/or running to
represent republican precincts are' UCAP May
encouraged to attend. .
Call Ben Holtzendorf at 964-7961
i for further Information.
Have WonHearing

Karate'Demonstration.... '

T'ang Soo Do Karate demonstration _
Undermaster Richard *
by -
Rosenbeck Thursday, July 7, at 10 -CAP. "militant organization''
a.m. at the Bradford County Public, r+' I rv : of Bradford 'and Union County
,Library. It will be 45 minutes long r United Citizens Against Pollution.
and will include basic movements, may have won the first skirmish in
forms, breaking technique and free the battle against a hazardous,waste'
fighting. Mainly for ages 6-12, but ? site on 320 acres of prison, property
everyone,is invited, k north of Raiford.
Opposing lawyers Tom Maurer
,Senior Citizens... >w V .4c : legal counsel for the, Department of
Environmental ( )
other PER
Come join Seniors and see'what's
and Deborah Barton a JacksonviJIe'a
going on in Bradford County -
The Senior Center, located representing U-CAP
presented oral in'
behind the new courthouse, is
open Tallahassee Thursday, June 30,' for
Monday through Friday, 8:30: a.m.
and against DER's previous motionto
to' "
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Y dismiss U-CAP's appeal for an ad-.
TV. coffee tablegames
r ministrative hearing in the on-going
and fellowship] available.
are ''
litigation over the controversialsite.Following' ,
(Special programs and one day excursions the' hour-long

are being planned. c arguments-Jose Diez-Arguelles, of
1 Come meet friends at the
the Florida Division of Ad-
Center. For information _
more :
'ministrative hearings, who has been
call Teresa at
please Beverly or
assigned to the case, indicated his
964-4545: position favoring U-CAP's appeal,'

Sub. Teacher, Course... saying "It is more"than likely' there
will be a hearing, sometime next:
'A new course is being offered at 'fall. ', '
I 'the Bradford-Uniorl Area Votech Sally Gotts, U-CAP president,said
Center This course is open to she was ,"relieved""" by the hearing
in becoming a officer's statement,, and felt it in-.
substitute teacher or teacher's dicated that' antipollution

,aide. It is also open to all personnel organization would have a fair and
presently employed as teacher's impartial hearing on what it feels
aides or substitutes. For more information -, was the "flawed"siting process used ,I'
call 9648150.sBluegrass ': by DER and its consulting firm;
Weston, Inc., in selecting the Union

Festival.; ., .. Gil met{ County site to receive 100.000 tons of
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hazardous waste
A bluegrass festival has been set, per year
'Diez-Arguelles said he
for Saturday, July 16, at the' leans4,(;
''Trader's Hill) Recreation Area 4 1 st Annual Freedomfest Entertains, Capacity Crowd 'dismiss toward denying U-CAP's DER's appeal.motion'That,to
miles south of Folks ton .
I Georgia, ,.... hasn't been officially ruled," he'
on SR-121, beginning at 1 p.m. All 'It was a case of standing room on- There was a good deal 'of toe- tivities went to Caneil Spencer with a ,'2 said, "but that's probably, the way
proceeds will support Cancer ly by the time the fireworks display tapping and finger-snapping by the'mature1 A Youth Bass Tournament' spon- pound 6 ounce catch. ''it's going to end up:''
research/education, and' aid' to, took place' Monday night July 4,, members of the audience, sored by the Starke Bassmasters Winner of the most pounds of bass The hearing officer; said he may
local cancer patients. when the First Annual Freedomfest while soma of the younger memberslet Club was held Saturday beginningat i:caught was Justin Lee with 1 pound issue a ruling'In the matter by the
For further information call Bill 'took place, in the Bradford High the music move them in more exuberant dawn. This is the club's; second an- 12 ounces total. Chris Henley was second -' ,middle of July, after a review of the
'Chesser. (912) 496-7244 .School stadium. ways nual youth fishing tournament which in most pounds of bass caught'' arguments and evidence presentedlast
'1st 'Cavalry Division A large crowd arrived to enjoy the 1 During ,the intermission; 'Terry ,was held in conjunction with Fourth, with 1 'pound 2 ounces total. Bo Thursday., "
music ,of Palatnam a: group of Vaughn (Scott in the Morning) of activities this year. Winning the Biggest Rayman was third with 10 ounces U-CAP's suit was filed after' the
'> 41st Annual Reunion... ,singers and musicians from Palatka WEAG Radio who performed as Bass category was Matt Odum total. Environmental Regulation Commis-
'I The 1st Division Association "= who play country' rock, pop and ''master of ceremonies, announcedthe with a 1 pound 15 ounce catch. The Special: ribbons went to Chris sion, at a hearing in ,Jacksonville'
will be Cavalry their 41st ,blues.,Their repetoire included both winners of the three special trophy for Biggest Sportfish Went to ]Evans,.Tim, Lee and Brandin Smith. ,last V- *' DER's!
conducting numbers by famous musical per, events held Saturday.July 2'in;' con Crystal Evans with a 1 pound catch

,reunion through in Sunday Orlando, July, Fl.28-31., Thursday.. sonalities and original! numbers.! junction with, the ,Freedomfest ac-; and the award forBiggest Panfish ,See, Freedom fest... p.3A:

All 1st Cavalry Division veterans

and their families are invited to at.' 'New' Law Leads to Confusion. 'Illegal 'Fireworks 'Confiscated I
tend. For more information, or to : : ;
pre-register, write: Orlando 88, 1st. 1 '.i i aH
r Cavalry Division Association, 302, Changes in the laws governing the license, but did not have a correct the operation Was'completely legal., i ing registered with the state., completely within the law, but com.
N.,Main St., Copperas Cove, Tx., sale of fireworks have led to a good( state license. Police seized the illegal Lott's Country Corner in Hampton "'The new law has just led to a lot plained that other county:venders'
'76522 deal of confusion on the part of Brad' fireworks and left the owner in also possessed a county license, but 'of confusion,", said Sheriff Reddish weren't doing so. A complete checkof
ford County dealers about just what' possession; of the legal fireworks, not a' ctte .license.' The, illegal '"We (sheriff's office) didn't receive all county venders was carried out
Reading Program... can be sold in Flonda, said Bradford however the owner; can't sell those, fireworks were confiscated and the the information on it until April."'All and only the three mentioned above
,The Bradford County Sheriff Dolph ,Reddish ,last ,until a correct state license is obtained. ,legal fireworks left. i The business fireworks''venders in the county were, found to not be in ;,,full compliance
County Library week.'. Investigators said that the owner can't sell those until a correct, state. 'were checked after a complaint was with the law. ,
continues plans for a summer .'.:This confusion led to the confiscating -' was not'aware that, he was not license is obtained. received from a Jacksonville firm The fireworks remained at the jail
reading programTuesday mornings [ of a large amount of illegal operating within the law.The owner Owners of both Sharp's and Lett's which is licensed to sell fireworks Friday but were subsequently mov-
10-10:30):: a.m., ages"3-5" (Preschoolers ''fireworks, from three Bradford apparently, believed that since a were cited for possession of illegal Bradford County..' 'The firm was ed to a secure area away from{ public,

. (Thursday, mornings, 10-10:30; County,venders.! : 'county license'' had been obtained,. fireworks and operating without be-' checked and found to be, operating buildings. '

'/ ': am, ages 6-12. "
: In order to sell fireworks (Bradford -\ 3 1/"L''x:

;,' In Emergency.:. County, a dealer must first ob- : &Z---T ; ;
tain a registration license from the,
Residents of Bradford County state of Florida, a piece of paper'';
,,. whose telephone prefix Is 485, 468'or which Investigator Don Denton said'':'
,' 496 may call either of two' costs,: somewhere in, the'
, numbers in emergency situations, neighborhood of' $100. Then, the
toll free, and reach the courthouse vender must also obtain a license to
switchboard during working hours; sell fireworks in Bradford County. Ir
Those numbers are: Even with both licenses in hand, a t s
" 376-1502 or 3175122. dealer is still very restricted as to
After working hours, for juror what kinds of fireworks can be sold. 'frra
calls and regular non-emergency Sheriff Reddish noted that the state
business calls during Courthouse has published a list 'of legal
hours, call 3750209. fireworks which are listed by brand
name. These fireworks have been
Summer Band Camp... tested by the state fire marshal and .

''Summer Band Camp at Bradford found to be safe for public use. Being ,
Middle School, $8 per student. listed by brand name means that 1
.Register at the Vo Tech Center. although.sparklers have been con- _
Dates, ;July 12, and 14. sidered legal in the past, only the
brand name sparklers on the list are z x, 'kyle

,' Singles'Meet... actually legal. : 1'a

Starke Church of God Christian "The list basically contains
Singles in Action will be having _- sparklers of different types," said 4rr
their meetings the second and ,Sheriff Reddish, "In essence, i
fourth Fridays of each month. ,anything that explodes or leaves the _
Good speakers, food and ground is illegal.. Firecrackers, ;
fellowship are featured each time. Roman candles and bottle rockets'
Call 964-7678 or 964-5681. are all illegal ,in the state of ;
Florida." '
Summer Program... The three Bradford County

The Recreation Department summer venders who have had illegal
program will begin June 12 fireworks confiscated are:
and run through August 5. The Bill's Fireworks on US-301 was
Center will be open from August 8 correctly registered and licensed
until school starts, hours 9-5, for but had some illegal fireworks for
)!,,1%I, free play only, for youngsters aged sale. Investigator Don Denton noted
: 7-14., that the new law had led to confusionon
';" the owner's part as to what pore,
tion of his previous inventory was
;!! J Upcoming.., still legal for sale The owner was
f, Public meetings scheduled, in the cited for possession' of illegal -.-
" coming weeks are: .0" fireworks and officers confiscatedthe
, Bradford County Commission. illegal fireworks;' leaving the Confiscated Fireworks...

Monday, July 11,9:30: a.m.. Cour- legal fireworks, and leaving the Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Reddish shows come of the firework, A nw, .fate law concerning he sale of firework led to a great deal of,
thouae.Bradford. business in operation. which were confiscated, from county vender the week before the Fourth confusion on the part of the vender .s to what could legally be sold
County School Board, Sharp's Fireworks near Sleepy of July. '
Monday. July 18.7 p.m. Hollow had a Bradford County

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,.M TEL GRAf' July 7. teesEunice "

to Run For Vacant City Commission Seat

.Y J.D. Eunice today'' announced his planning. His background In law en- pba 1zed. lion. not here In north Florida. 'I don't
Intention of running for the vacant forcement give him a good Some of the Issues which will be of He notes that be, along with many think they need to make the trip all
'city commission seat formerly held understanding of the law and hOw it.. ''concern to him If he Is elected are!' other citizens to which be has the way up here to dump on Union
by Commissioner Jimmy Crosby works. His experience in construc He that both he and
says many spoken, objects to the county collecting County,!' he says.
Crosby resigned when he was promoted '.tion gives him a more complete other residents are concerned about a disposal fee ($79 per year Eunice also notes that he hopes to
to a position which requiredthat understanding of building projects city employees being[ suspended user's fee) for garbage on top of pay- institute a better follow-up on the
hfll move from Starke. and costs which may. be addressedby with pay while facing 'charges of ing a fee for having\ his garbage animal control service. He says he
the commission wrongdoing. He notes that is a state picked up by the city. "I don't know recently had a neighbor who called
Eunice, age 40, Is a native-born I law that government employeesmust what can be done to stop this (collection regarding a stray dog and the
Bradford Countian and has residedin His main concern If be is elected, continue to be paid while under of the user's fee), but I think the, neighbor never received a response.
Starke for 14 years. He is presently will be "keeping\ a tight rein on the ,suspension, until the charges can be citizens of Starke have enough of a "I think that more strays should be
self-employed, and In the past has i budget and insuring that the tax- proved true or false. burden placed on them already," he picked up and a better 10Uow- p'
also worked In construction. He baa ,' payers' money is spent properly and said. ,should be done" he says.
worked in police enforcement for I in the best Interests of the community Although he says he is presently Eunice concludes that be feels "it
''some time and served four years as ." he says. unaware of what can be done to Eunice states that he Is adamantly will an honor and a privilege to serve
the chief of police of Waldo.He He notes that his long-time acquaintance change this state law, he personally opposed to the building of a hazar- the people of the community: If I am
says that his wide experienceIn with the other membersof believes that city employees under dous waste collection facility just elected I'll do the job to the best of
different fields will assist him In the city commission may be a big suspension should not be paid until across the county line In Union County my ability and always try to serve
'==- -. .. --- making good decisions on matters plus in achieving a good working the charges'are proved false.At that, "I feel that the plant dealing with the people in a fair and honest man
which come before the city commis relationship so that decisions can be time the employee could be paid, these hazardous materials should be ner. He concludes by urging all
I JD. Eunice sion. Being self-employed he discussed and the best Interests ofthe ,with the pay being made retroactiveto placed where most of the materialsare citizens to register to vote and make
City Commission Candidate understands such matters as budget people can be continually ems cover the time spent on ,uspen- coming from... south Florida, their voices heard.

I New Shopping Center Set for Outside Keystone HeightsConstruction I

officially began' Keystone Village Square will ''Prestige Development 'Group, have a very pleasing upscale design lushly landscaped arena will providea engineering), Andrew Kaplan (ar.
,Wednesday, June 29, on a new shop- feature Millers Supermarketwhich Inc, will act as general contractorfor and will become the commercial ,comfortable attractive en- chftecture), Darabl and Associates,
ping center slated for a location out- will occupy 30,000 square feet the center.Leasing will be handl- focalpoint for the community,'* said vironment for shoppers." Inc. (environmental engineering),
side Keystone Heights, east of with room for over 19,000 square feet ed by Prestige Properties, Inc. Both ''Steinberg,."The center,which offers Others involved In the project Include and O'Steen Brothers, Inc. (site I
Starke.A of expansion. Revco Discount Drug firms are affiliates of The Prestige a striking architectural design and : James Meehan PE (civil work contractor),
groundbreaking ceremony was Center, will occupy 8.450 square feet. Group, and can be reached at (904) ,
held June 26! for the Keystone village Michael L. Steinberg, presidentand 373-1700.
Square which will be built on an' chief executive officer of The Phase I of the center will comprise Two Arrested
18.116 acre tract of land located at Prestige Group stated that a third 62,000 square feet Including the After Juvenile,
the intersection of SR-100 and anchor tenant, of national calibre is 30,000 square foot supermarket.
Sunrise Drive, just west of the currently-negotiating for, space In ,Completion of this phase is expected Cuts ArmA '
Keystone Heights city limits. the center. Jan. 1. Including Phase II, the Juvenile female was charged yaek L. jiesl D fJV{V
,The shopping center, is being According. to Prestige representatives center will, include in excess of with burglary of Pine Hill Congrega- ,
developed and is owned ,by The Miller's Supermarket will 100,000 !square feet. tional Methodist Church on CR-229
Prestige Group, based In'' be an 'upscale" version of the tradi- In addition, three outparcels are west of Starke July 2.
Gainesville. Also in attendance at tional supermarket and will feature available for such uses as bank savings After being i taken to Bradford entis
the groundbreaking were Keystone specialty department currently and loan, and fast food, HOspital with a cut arm it was ryPractice'limlted
Heights and Clay County officials,as' not available In their existing restaurants. Several financial Institutions discovered the 15-year-old had cut
well as representatives" 'of the Keystone Heights store.The existing and fast! food restaurant her arm breaking into a back window '
center's anchor tenants, Miller' store will be closed when the new, firms are currently analyzing the at the church after taking the to
Supermarkets and ReVco Discount larger store in Keystone Village location. screen off the window, according to : ,
Drug Centers. Square is completed. ""Keystone Village ,Square will Investigator David Aderholt. The Incident -
occurred at 4 a.m., said Orthodontics .

I No Liquor Sunday Aderholt.The adult. with the juvenile, James (
on ',_ Vernon Holder, 22, of Gainesville,
was also arrested and charged with 603 Call St. ((904))
From Page 1A The O'Steens have been advised to contributing to the delinquency of a
vacate the store building by the Downtown Project.,. minor, according to Aderholt. J Starke 964-2866 J ,
situation. Health Department, the Fire Jim, Robinson, engineer for the Holder's bond was set at $500, he
After hearing Mvtoti say that the Department and Chief of Police, Downtown Rehabilitation Project was released on, his own ''.'1
lot :zoned for single family O'Neaf said, but have ignored the reported the project Is now' complete recognizance.
contained a duplex that' directives. and the city should pay the ,
was built prior' to zoning laws being Gary Ennis,absentee owner living contractor retainage fees being held ,
implemented the zoning boardrecommended in Tampa, told O'Neal the rent is for compliance with the contract.
'approval of the. ',request paid and he is not aware of violation -' The council agreed to do so. Gat*Slice(! oFSavklgs
since the ,store building ,is Robinson then asked the city to ,
Councilman Bobby, Biggs movedto rented for use as a store., pay his firm for additional work performed AT OUR -
i approve the zoning board's Schaefer moved to comply with in connection with the project A' (
recommendation to rezone the O'Neal's request to have Attorney and was told to meet with City, TAS
parcel bringing the duplex,into con Brown begin legal proceedings and Clerk Neil Tucker! to work out an A TRUSUMMER '
formity with the classification The. received unanimous support from agreement for charges that exceedthe vnuB !
motion carried 40. ,the other three councilman., contract.' $AVIN

Legal Action,.. ..., Prices Begin Thur, July 7th.,
O'Neal reported that Mi1,and Mrs. # -..r..Nr.w.Mu..rfY Mnv1FI Thru Wed., July 13th. SPECTAC RAt

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dinances, and asked the city councilto 23 minutes, without aninstruction : Wines

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Brown to initiate legal action to have ..... Ambassador
the occupants moved out. RARESCOTCH DELUXE SCOTCH ,c_
The O Steens operated the "Coun 06 PHOOFVtAHb OLD
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Page 1A Varesko and second was
Saturday morning a Mlti Tammy Moblry Fireworks Sponsors... _

Firecracker Beauty Pageant was A little over half the money for the
held in Starke In conjunction with 83 riders competed in the special fireworks display has been collectedin
the Freedomfest. events of the Bradford Riding Club donations from the following _
Winning Junior Miss Firecracker Saturday night', Special awards businesses. Fireworks are very expensive
winning Little Miss Firecracker each'' category in honor of the in excess of $2,000. Special thanks go I _
(7-10) was Sarah Groves and winn- Freedomfest activities. An all- to these sponsors:
ing Tiny Miss Firecracker (J-6) was American bridle was awarded to Bradford County Fair Board, City
Dennl-Joy Karczewaki each winner who had the most combined of Starke, Mitchell's Drugs Brad--
points scored; in four different ford County Telegraph Community _
games., Bank at Starke, Florida Bank at
Contestants were judged on beauty Starke, Starke Burger King, Den
poise personality, costume andoriginality" Bridles went to Kim Forsyth in the mark Furniture, Belco-Guy Andrews
toddlers division Carrie Forsythwon Davis, Monk and Farnsworth -
First runner-up in Tiny Miss the ponies division. .Kelly George Roberts Insurance,
I Firecracker was Christina Vickery, Williamson\ won the small fry division Jackson Building Supply, Dimples _
first runner-up In Little Miss Paula Loadholtz won the Style Shop, Bryan's Ace Hardware. i lt
Firecracker was Carey Slucknak: juniors division, Robyn Adklns won Donations are still needed to cover i
and tied for second runner-up were'' the powder puffs division, Kenny the coat of the fireworks display. +
April McKlnney and Patricia Williamson won the seniors division Contact the Starke/Bradford County 4'Miss
Foster First runner-up in Junior and Junior Hersey won the ,Jack Chamber of Commerce for. more in- E i
Miss Firecracker was Hollie Bennys division. formation. Q1,

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L-R) Top three winner of the Mist Firecracker Firecracker Sarah Groves and Tiny Miss Firecracker I
Beauty Pageant held Saturday, July 2, were Junior Dennl-Joy Karceewskia
Mist Firecracker Stephanie Porter Little Mist :

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I {Josh Bula of Starke made a special appearance as a and
Bula Palalanant musicians performed an ex-'
t.Adkins n __ __. I guest musical drummer performance.for Palatanam, during the_ Freedomfest cellent rendition "Wipeout"? for a cheering,crowd.

.. All American Bridle Winners,..
;' Top point winners sack ivialonof: the Bradford juniors 'winner Paula t.adholU; (front row, '
Riding Club show on July Z received All American l-r) ponies winner Carrie Forsyth, and toddlers winner Phone rental service.
Bridles and special recognition at the Freedomfeat. Kim Forsyth.Not .
(Back row,. 1-rJ Riding Club Vice-President Kim ( shown) Small fry 'Winner Kelly Williamson,,
; Griffls gave out the bridles to Jack Bennys division seniors winner Kenny Williamson.

winner Junior Mersey powder puffs .winner Robyn Do yourself_ a good turn.

: UCAP. Bruce. Pollock, M.D:,

FfbmPa : 1A. Board Certified- .. Family Physician ., ,;, ,, ,''

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waste facility A on I;,' ily"\, lr-; ",1'\-. : :': ''! '
., site must be approved by the governor & Adult' Medicineserve /: :-1: /"'-: \, !' .., ',!,,,(,,: ,, ," ,0", '
and state cabinet the members state-owned who : 'I ,.., ', "I,I ,IIi ;:,), ,,;.,,!::..,:':; ,Ii;.'" '';, ;'
as trustees for '. I,' "" ." ,, ,: '" .. I'
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unable to successfully complete aU Blue.Cross & Blue Shield ,; '.or,:' > I"" :/::" '.' "
of the required provisions of its ; ', '\
contract with DER. There r PPC, physician :,'" ,,:';'\ i,1, ;/ \I! ,
$500,000 flow of complaints ,, '::1 ,t' 1'\/:1.\,:" '::, .' < ::;;.h1i',\:
was a continuing :' \' '
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and. counter-complaints between ." I ,,' ,! : ; /:
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C 'month site selection process. It''J't'I'
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not entirely ,
admitted he was "
satisfied with Weston's siting process -, ,Phone (904) 496-0092 : ': :! ,:::\\ '

but added that, in his opinion it .. ;,,1,;' :".. : \',;": ,,
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tA' TELEGRAPH July T,1988

REMEMBER the days of the Old Penny

not... that .is; unless
Postcard? Of course

.,. 'etriTORlALSHazardous .;." ", 1 ,,,\ ] D' ,.t" you were born around 1910. .
,. ,"" ', J,',;'1; ],.>\\1 st r-. The Telegraph is Indebted to Thomasine
,,:t," 'I''!1,1, ;;,(,,1,,,"" '. U o "- 11 t' Collins of Ponte Vedra Beach for a fine collection -

'Il". I ....'CI "" ,I," '. ,, c>\ -- of old scenes that grace the front of

,',' I.. ''I CJ i picture postcards on sale,here during the

'. ,I .' ,.' .. I early part of the 20th Century,
'.,' ii' ,' This Ilse. for Addr.s. OaIf

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: Opponents : : : :" '\ :.\ ,.
Waste "i., ,:" \1 I t I'I., ",", )'

i May Get a Fair Hearing Seeing 1. believing -
but this scene of cabbage

loading at BruokerIn ( ,', N.
1101 makes the ., ,
viewer think he or the

'Congratulations and laurels 'to a This would indicate as many had needs new glasses or .
Bradford thai this final hearing perhaps Is having a bad ,,
of already suspected,
dedicated and intrepid group dream after eating too \ I
and Union County citizens whose which consumed 11 hours of a lot of much sauerkraut and

dogged resistance to a bureaucratic people's valuable time, was nothing but welners. But don't .,
decree (placing a hazardous waste site routine window dressing, since DER worry, folksIt's Just a, ;X,
bit of trick photography ;
north of Raiford) has :
on prison property agreed on its site recom-' In spite of the caption ,
apparently resulted in a round-one vic i ,had already across the top saying -f;
Weston obviously in- 'it-
mendation and
-How We Do Things At '.. .
tory. tended to follow the lead of its "boss". It Brooker, Fla." ,.'..!.f.. ,', \ ._..IIL '

Following oral arguments by at- would also indicate that perhaps, in all .. ,A .
and futile routine, there r.'k
issuein this frustrating
sides of the
on both siting ..
torneys violationof "
be buried some possible .
Tallahassee last week, an officer of might yN ';
the Division of Administrative Hearings Florida's Sunshine x

said, ,"It is more than likely there will ".,:..
be a hearing", with a date to be set later ,..,) matter what the outcome of this
in the fall. bureaucratic debacle may be,it is to the
everlasting credit of the United Citizens

been but the Against Pollution.comprised of a small
The war has'not won,
result of this first skirmish in but determined group of Bradford and

Tallahassee last week is a shot in\ the 'Union County:citizens who can "just say

arm to those who refused to bow to the no", even when the odds seem should overwhelmingly

bureaucracy by just saying "no" to the' against them. It
autocratic DER/Weston decision to definitely be a lesson to those who sit on
and hazardous' the sidelmes with the defeatest attitude
Florida's one only
waste.treatment facility in the smallestand that-"you can't fight City Hall" or "you Y

perhaps least affluent county in the can't fight the County Commission' or "

State. The fact that this politically impotent "you can't fight the Tallahasseebureaucracy" ; '

county refused to roll over and You CAN fight 'emand ,; f )i';:'

play dead must have been quite a shockto sometimes you can even win! But no .iiA'I, f;:; ''
the powers that be in Tallahassee who battle was ever' won by not putting up a ; :'

are not used to having their decrees fight.

challenged in a.,David vs Goliath type, i I
confrontation. ,The war' is not over, but at 'leastUCAP ,

,. has apparently won the first

'By now even the Department of En-1 ,skirmish, upsetting 'DER's dogmatic' i I
,vironmental Regulation should have appeal to dismiss BradfordUnion'sright
learned 'that its ,"findings" are not to an administrative hearing. At

sacrosanct even,when "supported" by' least we believe this hearing will be con-,

reams of admittedly flawed paper work ducted on a fair and impartial basis-* in
hastily assembled by an out-of-state ''marked contrast 'to all the many so-' t"

consulting firm that was paid half''a called "hearings"held in this matter by

,million dollars.The report was damnedby Department of Environmental ','I,,
faint praise when DER Secretary Regulation.. '-, ...;, :', ,' \ '
Dale Twatchmann admitted it was ; : "
flawed"but not fatally flawed'% in ,
such a crucial decision we don't need This 'view of Call

;any reports that are accepted on the ANew Tradition Born Street, looking' west
from Thompson
basis of not being "fatally flawed"*'The: ; crossing shows the old ''J
site should'have been selected on the site of Mitchell's Drug''
basis of being environmentally Store on corner at left'

acceptable-,politically acceptable.,,;' ,Long,; May .It::Live. and the early location of'
Stump's Store at right.
Note the decorative
officials that in the middle of
Although DER :deny fountain
considerations were a factor in The flags flew, the band played, .the street, which was
political recommendation, in-: the fireworks worked, and the crowd Ukely used to water
making their site turned out to enjoy a revival of horses' and cattle, that
house memos obtained from their iles celebrations In : still roamed the city.Forestry.
Fourth of July .
in Tallahassee indicate otherwise. A' ., "

,daily log kept by the project's site selec* Starke., ,
tion coordinator carried the notation of .
an opinion expressed by a member of Bradford High stadium was full to

DER's echelon that DeSoto County ,overflowing, and many spectators
should be kept on the list of top five filled cars parked in the area, indicating it.I
that Bradford Countians
choices for the waste'' facility "for
have been waiting for an opportunity I ......._.. ...t..,,,"_, .!....".
reasons"This .
political to celebrate the Fourth at home, ,. ,
miles .. !:I I Starke's first bank
without having drive on .. .,.. !. "
is not'the orily'lnstance'where'DER "\", ( building stood at ,the
''dangerous highways at the risk of ,
has stretched the truth in defen-' .' ; i' southeast corner of Call
life and limb.' : .. i 1" .,.'. _.
'dine its ',"flawed" recommendation. It 'J. ". .' ..(... and Thompson Streets
and ls the M.G.
'still insists that'due public notice of tradition :_ ;1" .' .... ..... ... ...., I. >' ....c. McMillan now surveying of
of old \ .
It the revival an T"
on ac- was ".,.. ..
hearings' and ,monthly reports :, .,. lice At the time this pIcture -
in the site that started when Starke merchants .
.tivities and developments was taken It'had
selection process were published. They around the turn of the century .. ceased to be a bank and
have been- in Miami Orlando ', combined business with i was occupied by, the
may and Jacksonville-but elected! pleasure, by inviting everyone (In the .-. 'r"C .Bradford Abstract Co.
The middle building has
officials and representatives ,in the area to "come to town"and, enjoy a -J' been demolished and Is

,Bradford-Union-Clay areas of greatest ,feast prepared by their wives and (. now a vacant lot, while
concern were unaware of what was go- :served on long tables set up In the, the one at far left next
City Park on Church Street. But to the railroad has been:
until the top five sites were an- ,
ing on 1
knowledge no good food wasn't the only } remodelled and now
nounced. To our
1rt i ,
serves as store
dancing in the' t. space
newspapers or,officials in'these'three attractionthere was with apartments
counties' received ,any such public street and in the old armory, free ,upstairs.
notices.' movies, balloon ascensions, high --- 4. ,
diving acts, and even a ferris wheel 1 ;. ..... ._

DER also denies that any predecision'or set up In the middle of Call Street. lltat'le py w _, t'r,: .r .u z aniaisi/s v=9,. 'A ti.
and the
recommendation had been made con- Everyone had a great time
merchants who kept their stores
the site before the final hearingwas
cerning the Environmental Regulation 'open during the day, smiled all the
held by i.
to the bank on July 5.
Jacksonville on way
''Commission in I
Tree Farm Program
circumstantial evidence in Bradford
March 18. But County
the hearing Somehow the tradition faded. ,. ,
indicates otherwise. During ._ -- .....,
the news was leaked by a Weston official -' perhaps with the coming of, By David W.Norton 1 Don Champion Jr.,'Marty Gotls, J

that Clay: County had nothing to automobiles and paved highways, Conservation Reserve Bradford County Forester Hunter, J.W. Prevail, and Mr. and M,
aboutthat it was not in dangerof making it easy for celebrators to get Have you ever heard of the "Conservation C.M. Reddish nave had their timberlai
worry recommended as the final out of town to places where bigger, ; Reserve Program" (CRP) mentioned Any landowner who may have cropped a" approved for certification In the AmerK
being waste facility. and better celebrations were being before the program has been discussed field for any 2 years from 1981-86 on soils 'Tree Farm system located In Bradf
choice for the hazardous held. in the past. Many landowners did not (determined by the Soil Conservation Ser- County. The County Forester has .
qualify because the program requirements vice) that are erodible can sign-up under spected their property for membershii
Clay County had spent.thousands did not apply to soils in our this,program.' t the statewide Tree Farm Program i|
But the' and great public
success scrod by the Florida Foresty AssociateAccording
'dollars on an elaborate presentation, to the evening celebrationheld county. Acceptance of any landowner will be

maps, charts, water table data usedat response here Monday indicates that this, Let'lltart from the beginning-Con- based on: (1) whether the soil in the field: to Association Executive\
farmed is erodible (2) whether the
and expert witness testimony to be the servation Reserve Program was established -'' 'being President Wlllam Carroll Lamb, they<
annual event
will become
an on field was farmed in two out of the five
the hearing. After learning"that it by the U.S. Congress In 1966..The purpose 'be awarded the green and white Tfl
Fourth It should be. A mentioned, and (3) whether the rental -
of July, as
cut their of the program was to give the farmeror FARM sign to display on their land. T
was "out of the rutlPina'they new tradition has been born. Long landowner incentive($) to quit farming, price per acre quoted by the landowner. will also receive a certificate signift
"dog and pony show" to a token five or may It live'ijCi Highly erodible fields.' The, landowner is acceptable.; that their forest lands are being man
ten minutes. would offer the USDA-ASCS annual rental According to Fletcher Stephen,District to assure a wealth of environm
rate per acre that he would accept to Soil Conservationist there are from 2,000 benefits for Floridians as well as an
not farm a particular piece or acreage., .,,. to 8,000 acres in Bradford County which quate supply of essential materials to r
'MAY qualify since the requirements have ,the growing demand for more wood
If the landowner's rental rate was aCcepted + '
reduced. He advised landowners ducts.
been any
S,+RID E by ASCS, they would pay that rental I I who may be interested,that if the land has
i i rate to the landowner for a 10 year any slope change (such as near a major A' tree farm Is defined as an an -
ttp4 period.The landowner would also agree to I creek or river) there is a good chance of '''privately owned forest land dedicate
wrwMi.. place the erodible field in some permanentcover the land qualifying under this program. its owner to the growing and harvest
such as pine seedlings or grasses. Areas that have potential to qualify under repeated forest crops. The tree farm
The ASS will then agree to reimburse the this program in Bradford and Union County gram has become nationwide,
OeO..FtllOUSOM-JOHN M.MIUIRf landowner up to 50% of his coats to plant are New River and Brooker. thousands of private landowners Jo
",......... either trees or grasses.on the' erodible For further information about qualifyingor together in the greatest voluntary fconservation
Published each'Thu'sdaV and entered on Second: Class Matter at field. signing up under this program, contact : not history.v. ) .
the Post Office at Stake. florida.under Act of March 3.))879. New in 'the' ConservationReserve any of us at the Agricultural Building herein went In the U.s. Certified
changes Starke for details 'The next sign-up farmers are recognized publicly for,
/porn 964-6305 SutMOlptton Rate 1rf1rode tea;I"i 400 year:$8 00 six month Program will allow some lan- period runs from July 11 until August 5. efforts,and become good, example ofservation
O.Draws A; Work*.Florida .Jt1Ide Trod A.a Si 6.00 per year;$S,6O six month. downers take part In in Bradford this program and If Union they County so Remember, planted pines pay practices: << outers to



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The July T,1988 TELEGRAPH "a.e"

r octal JohnsonRuiseJune Wed

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Chunk N... ....... a Mill Glenda Faye Johnson fitted bodice and basque waist The
''daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Banks andMr all-white gown had modified
and Mrs. Johnny Johnson of Elizabethan sleeves and a fullskirtwith
4 Starke, and Deby RulM, son of tiers of chanUlly-type lace nip
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Williams To r i i Charles Rulse,Sr., and the late Mrs. flea that extended to the chapel-t
Edith Ruise of ,
Sanderson were length train. The classically roman=:
Celebrate 50th united in marriage on Saturday tic: beauty of the gown was enhanced
Anniversary y'd June 25 at New Hope Baptist Churchin with a heart-.haped headpiece.
Starke. trimmed with pearls and flowers.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams will ,Gainesville, Ray of Tallahassee, Ed- ;. The ceremony was performed by To compliment her gown the
be honored by their children on their ward and Ronald of Starke. Elder'Donald M. Pressley, pastor of bride carried a hand-gathered; bou.
Oth wedding anniversary with areception Faith' Temple Church of God in quet of minuet roses,fillies, babies
on July 9 at the First All friends are invited to be with Christ in Sanderson. Piano selections breath, and mixed foliages adorned
Christian Church fellowship hall Mr and Mrs. Williams at the recep-' were performed by David with fushia and pink ribbon andpearls.
from 1:90-4:00: : p.m., tion. Your presence, friendship andgood Richardson, who also accompaniedMiss .
The Williams have four children wishes are treasured gifts. 'IIl Lois Moore and Steve Mar. The church was decorated with ar-
Maxln Wlllams Hobba of They request no other. shall. Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph rangements in each window with a
fTti "" played the piano processional and glass vase and fushia candle with
"I 1 recessional. The wedding consultant' magnolia leaves to accent them.
'and coordinators were May Lois Arch spiral and heart candelabra

: Reception Honoring the Welches .,." Williams and Vivian Chappel.: entwined with arrangement of
1\ ., \ lillies, pink and rose carnations,
25th Wedding ti J Arriving guests were Invited to babies breath and select foliages
:' Anniversary 4 sign the bride's book by Miss Sharon, completed the upper and lower
Jefferson. Gift attendant was Mrs. levels of the church. The family
',. A reception celebrating the 25th Leroy Jackson on Forsythe Road. Geraldine Strong. pews were marked with pink bows
:: wedding anniversary of Mr. and The honored couple request no Mrs. Marian Cummings Shaheed and swags of magnolia greenery>
,'. Mrs.Pat Welch, given by family and gifts. Your presence will be their and Mrs.Darryl (LaTonya) Johnson,
J friends,will be held on Sunday July special gut. were the matrons of honor, accompanied Following the ceremony; a '
:,',' ," "(' 10 between the noun -of 3:30-5:30: All friends and relatives are cor by bridesmaids Stacey Ruise tion was held at the Starke Woman recep
:-. p.m. at the home of Mr and Mrs. dially invited to attend. Shepherd, Frances Raise Shaw; Club. Hostesses at the reception

.' LaDonna M. Banks, Yolanda L. were Carolyn Hampton, Ruth

.;.,,,,, Walker Deborah Walker Sims and Banks. Margaret Williams Gail
> .-- -- .. Mildred Martin. The bridal atten- Legree, Linda Brown Chandler
dants were attired in fushla tea- 'Joyce Ruise, Pamela Jefferson andFneda
length dresses of satin and taffeta, Holmes. Margaret Diggs and
Ellen Davis featuring a fitted, dropped waist' Barbara Reed were caterers.

I. ". New Starke Postmaster with above-the-elbow sleeves. A bow The bride's i color scheme of
\ Green-Underhill To Wed in the back complimented the fushia, mauve and shades of pink
natural waistline. Completing the and rose carried out
:, was throughoutthe
,. : 'I', Coline!: Green and Gary L. New Starke look, the attendants carried a reception area:The food tables,
Underhill will be married Saturday,', Postmaster brandy-snifter accented with mauve clad in pink and white, held an
," July 9 at 6 p.m. roses and a candle on the inside of ,elegant variety of hors d'oeuvres. '
'The ceremony will be held'at the' ,each. Flower girls were Racqual The bride's table, covered in ah
l.;, ;:i< :;' Officer's Club, Camp Blandmg:, on From Hawthorne P O Shaw and Alexis Colby Cummings .antique white lace tablecloth, held a
{M,',q\i'r,\. Kingsley Lake. 'A reception at the (god-daughter of the bride)'; three-tiered wedding cake,encircled
Officers Club
\Iblt\ \ \ I will follow tile Best man was Freddie Ruise with greenery and rose and mauve
ceremony.No Ellen Davis (cousin of the groom)'. Groomsmenwere flowers. Underneath' the last tier
local invitations are being recently became the difference here at Starke Is that the
sent all friends and relatives are Invited new postmaster of the Starke officeof office has a greater volume of mail Early Ruise, Melvin Ruise was a wedding fountain which ac-
to attend.Pamela the United States Postal Service. and has more carriers serving more Gerald Ruise, Darryl Johnson, CUr- cented the entire table. '
Davis, who became the Starke people., Davis says that with her excellent tis Williams, Cleveland Hankerson The bride and groom left the
postmaster on June 10, has 14 years staff, such as'''Supervisor and Vernon Paige. Ring bearer was following Sunday morning to board
Gerald Smith (god-son of the bride). the Discovery I out of Ft. Lauder-
experience with the postal service. Martha Farmer have been
I ,,:"J'11 -" '::.., Pratt flamed Ten of those years she spent as tremendous help to her In getting used -, Escorted by her father, the bride dale, taking them to Freeport.
,\:,; '' wore a floor-length'gown of luxurious -' Bahamas.. Following their
; the
: \t ) Kerl Lynn Gilbert To Deans'List postmaster Hawthorne office.. to the new office and personnel. ,
/ ,, \ ', satin and lace. Venlse'lace'trimmed four-night honeymoon ,cruise the:
/,1. : .
;, ; ,. and William Durban,Jr., Davis notes that she forsees no '
t'';," '" \;' ," Pamela D. Pratt of Starke has Davis says It was' the chance to problems since things have gone so' the Queen Anne neckline,' -couple will reside Starke.. ;
")ii'ir\.i';; : \ ('" been named to the Western Carolina move up to a larger postoffice with smoothly so far..,"! would like to let

/S'j'1!? ," (','. GilbertDurbanEngagementrTold, University Dean's List for spring expanded responsibilities which pro-' the public know that if there are any
:,i\( !"''< semester 1988, according to an an-, ,mpted her to accept the new poslI problems, complaints or com-
:. :, nouncement by John Wakeley, WCU I tion. "So far, I love it," she says. "I plements, they' are -always,
I, Humphrey T.' 'Gilbert of Eau vice chancellor for academic, af like the community very much." welcome.?"' .
.f.', ." Claire, Wise., and Judith A. Gilbert fairs... I Davis IB married and has four, She says that with the office still
, :" ".'. :t., of Gainesville announce the engagement Students who achieve a 3.0 grade children. Her husband,Jim,is also a 'operating smoothly after the transition -,J

I'.', ',, of their daughter, Keri Lynn, point average out of a possible 4.0. postmaster and Is assigned to.the she now plans on getting out Into -
;' '.,' 'I'" ','. to William Lafayette Durban Jr., of are eligible for the dean list. Melrose office.' ,the .community visiting thebusinesses V
:,'. '; ? (.1,. Gainesville, son of William L Dur and people and talking
; ',\' >(I' I, ban formerly from Lawtey) and Of her move from the Hawthorne 'with them about suggestions they
(".a.i'C"\;,I:,\. '..::, \ Anne Elder Durban (formerly of. Community NewsBy office to the Starke office, Davis 'might have or problems they might I
:',.. ','" :,. Ktagsley Lake) now fG a Ines v e. Elisabeth W.lker'' says that most of the procedures are have, of which the post office mightnot
il I,,; "',1." The marriage will be an event of Phone M4-M83 .the same In all,post offices.The only-. be aware
';'1, .\ ,July It at 4 p.m.. at Grace United CIIRISTMAS
!, Methodist Church in Lawtey. No invitations Greater Allen Chapel AME *
will be sent; all friends anti The Glenda Johnson Shower ]INJULY'- *
.*,relative are Invited. White Singer: of Jacksonville Honoree. .* '.*
will Starke
& wme;.bMde-elecl appear Elementary "
graduated from
1, ell'... School flu Sunday,Jury 10 f *
Living Faith School and attended chip Glenda Johnson bride-elect of. of Ruise' honored'with *Savi/lgsYleLow
Santa Fe Tickets are $9 for adults, Deby was a:i.
Community College. The
groom-to-be 'will pay at the door, Deby Raise, was honored with a lingerie shower on Saturday, June
" graduated P.K. miscellaneous shower on 29 11. Hostesses for this were'
May at occasion
" : 1 ,; ({: Yonge Laboratory School and attended the home of Mrs. Lois Williams
Bible May Norma
,' "- ,1 School.. Cunningham and MargaretR.
'- Santa Fe Community Col-' Vacation Bible School will operate After opening many lovely gfts.i Williams at the ,China .!Wpw in Progress
'jl! :' the invited to the Restaurant.
guests were dining ,
July 11-15. Everyone is welcome to
(:> Jhl: .attend room for refreshments. The hostess' The bride:elect was presented '
' ,10'. presented -Miss Johnson with a with many lovely lingerie items.The zo 5Q %
. 'I' .:.Y,., ', beautiful in honor of the hostesses off
,,' ,' ; : centerpiece' presented Miss Johnson

' :;:. >, ;;', Hampton HilitesBy '''' .... ....- ........ ....- occasion. with a beautiful lingerie outfit and '
''I : the table centerpiece. in, honor of the ; ',. Special'Select

0r'!,, i';':;{.i'ib:: !l.I. Dolores Meng Miriam 'Brown spent Saturday at' Miss ,Glenda Johnson bride-elect: ,occasion. .' ,.Items.

.\\1\,j.I",;b{,'. Phone MltlSCongratulations. Disney World. ,
t'f" ,.l'lt' :1'.', ;, Among weekend visitors of the fi
." ,\\ ../ ;',,: ... Francis Meng family were Rita Cfiastaitts
\ Best wishes to Pastor J.D. wen Meng and Erwin Bodo of Karate Presented At Public -
and Lillian Show who were married Tallahassee and Preston Gilbert of Library agwe&y d tifu

Saturday July 3 at Hampton Baptist Durham, N.C.', A karate exhibition will highlightthe 'Slight of Hand" will be the rule of .. 104. CofSiy64rsrlk .
Cht1r cl1., Bradford County Public the day for pre-schoolers who attend

The ceremony was performed by PHOTOGRAPHY'By Library's seventh program of their> the program on Tuesday,.juiy; n: ,
Rev Henry D. Bowen Pastor 1968 Summer Reading Program, when they participate in finger
Bowen's son, of Jacksonvhe.Among : Cathy Wooley ,scheduled today July,7,, .rhymes and a hula hoop contest.,
out-of town guess attending All of the the '
programs on sum-
964-4151 pr964-6066' This special will feature' -
the and program
wedding reception were mer can be found the r
Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Bowen,, Jr., of Wedding, Engagement Richard Rosenbeck and several agenda ,at the library and kA Fi1i ,
Jacksonville and Mrs. Mike student from Tang Soo Do Karate
be picked free of or''call
i Bowen Keystone Heights, Mr.and ,Call for Free Annlvtnarle Consultation Today i in Starke and will begin at 10 a.m... may 9646400.; up charge. .

,Mrs. Ricky Shaw! Sue and Chrlssie g }LIIL
Shaw of Jacksonville, Rev. and Mrs.
BUI Bowen of Stockbridge, Ga., Mr.
and Mrs.T.O.Bowen of Stone Mountain -' 'PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT STARTS TODAY prices Good Thru Saturday
Ga., and Richard & Barbara .
,Bowen of Atlanta. 'FROM THE CITY: OF STARKE ,213 49 I'oo% (onOll_IUCI a wwTEHOUNDSTOOTH
.'r.i'; :' Visitors. :since| 1976 lead consumption by humans has been reduced signlflcantlYour! "SOIIDS.PRINTS SOOFF rA PRINT 43"'wld. r4
Mr. and Mrs., Bill Young spent 'water system Is cooperating In the effort to further.reduce lead In human, ,

several days recently in Raleigh, consumption., GABARDINE 98 i.tiR.9ular1.19
N.C.They brought back their grandson -,
*.Jeff Young and Keith Kellum, NOW
to spend come of their summer vaca 'TOUR DRINKING WATER MEETS THE LEAD STANDARDS OF 0.050 PARTS OFF "
Mr.: and Mrs. O.P. Lowman of AGENCY (EPA,). .o q/iIIIIa/
Salisbury, N.C., spent ten days' i I '
visiting Mr. ft Mrs W.D. Carter and The United States Environmental Protection Agency:, (EPA) sets drinking S p P It
Mr. It Mrs.Robert Brown of Starke. water standards and has determined that lead Is a health concern at certain levels of

Mr. Dusty Riven of Key Largo exposure. There Is currently a standard of 0.050 parts per million (ppm). Dased on new 5
warn honored with a birthday party
.given for him Sunday by his health Information. EPA Is likely to lower this standard significantly. Mme.

children Michelle. Charisse and Part of the of this notice Is to Inform of the adverse .
j Dusty at the home of Lawrence and purpose you potential -.IMPORTED
'Teresa Meng,. Knowing his love of' health effects of lead.'This Is being done even though. your water' may not be In "" .DOMESTIC
bone and siding, the special birthday violation of the current standard. 100%'
cake was decorated with an at- COTTON LINENS
tractive: horse scene. EPA and others are concerned about lead In drinking water..Too much lead In a POLYESTER .
100' seems
Mr. and Mr'*. Dan Hawe and son the human body can cause serious damage to the braIn. kidneys, nervous system, and MTED PRINTs' PlllfTS

Brandt, Angela Meng and .Mr*.. 'red blood cells. The greatest risk even with short-term exposure, Is to young children DOUBLEGEORGETTE to 60"wlJ. ''e JA1KIIS

(. : and pregnant ;women. .- .....Iw I." .,. .

Family & Friendsof Lead levels In your drinking water are likely to be highest; 43"Ii's.wi4i,' so'A OFf 98 NOW.::198

the -If your home or water system has lead pipes, or SO jb OFF $, 98 NOW.. J

-if your home has copper pipes with lead solder, and NOW... rA .... SO" Off

Darrell Clark'sra .-.lfyour home Is less than five years old,.or.

I -If you have soft or acidic water, or WOODEN .,ex Y'O el.." (onOllKRINKLEa
-If water sits In the pipes for several hours.
: $
.. Invited to' HOOP 3"'for = 99(
"** I The best way to ten If materials containing lead have been used In your homeIs 115"WI4e ..
Western Steer, Rq.204. NOW... y4.,
i to have the water tested.

for For more Information contact THE CITY OF STARKE at 964- 027. 4 cotton CASEMENT

Dinner (
Reduction of lead in your water can be accomplished by running water until DRAPERY MIRKrouisTu 99

'fl', on cold before use. Use only water from the' cold source to cook with in the preparation of 4S"w'lt.' h..UI ...

H'C' Il..aiL 7-8-88. baby formulas. .. NSP ?U15I10(551.ers IAN twin,0nuTil 4(01105
',' .t Your water supply Is tested on a regular basis r and required to meet all the state INTERLOCK OXFORDS C
Time 6 to 8pm and federal standards set by law.These test insure a safe water supply Is delivered to M' WM.. .R... u. 149 6O"w'It.' ... I." 99 j jSO"
Dutch Treat your home.24 hours a day.



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Page eAs TELEGRAPH July T. lass

Starke First ,Baptist Recognizes,

Bro. Bryant for 15 Years Service r

The congregation of the First Baptist Bryant said that he wishes to express ..aJn
Church of Starke will be his appreciation for his church r Lyres
recognizing their'' pastor Brother family who planned this appreciation a
Ben l>. Bryant for his 15 years of day. "I believe that this recognition
dedicated service with a Pastor Appreciation Is as much a tribute to them as it
Day'on Sunday July 10,. is to me. I believe that this long-term "" 1fv
at the church on Jefferson Street In relationship we have as pastor and
Starke. people speaks so well of the spirit of
Special guest speakers will bring this great churchhe said.
message at the 8:30: arm service, When asked what he sees in the
the 11 a.m. service and the 7:30 p.m. future for his church and of the
service. The speaker will IncludeDr. building project the congregation is
John Pelham of Stetson University presently sponsoring Bro. ,B ant, .
who will present Bro. Bryant's said that he i8.working for ''continued -
1 congregation with a duplicate of the spiritual growth as well as b
1988 Pastor of the Year Award which numerical growth.1He iav
Bro. Bryant recently received from noted that contractors are in
Stetson. J.C. Walters, assistant the process of submitting bids for
'director of the Florida Baptist Con- the planned addition of a 3-story
vention will also be one of the guest educational building.. An expanded
speakers. sanctuary Is also planned as a second .. -
A reception will be held for Bro phase of the present building\

Bryant and his family between the project. LVA U educational and
a non profit organization .
Volunteers of America.
hours of 2-4 p.m. in the Fellowship However, noted Bryant, "The Literacy .. grew out of concern for the million of people In the
Hall of the church. future of the church is the people; Nineteen volunteer teacher ore attending a two day United State who cannot read or who read 10 poorly '
Buildings are something you have to session designed to train local citizens to become that It.. a real problem In everyday life. '.) .J
Bryant became pastor of the First have in order to reach the people. tutors It U made up of person willing to expend the effort .
,Baptist Church in Starke on July 8 in They are not our goal they are limply Literacy Volunteer of America, a nationally to help other learn to read. To complete Job applications
1973. He charecterizes his 15 yean a means to an end. People are our "- filiated organization provide materials and service and write letter If a short term goal: to learn to
with the church as "wonderful, they business." Bryant also said that he to assist in development of volunteer tutorial program read newspaper and to read for pleasure Is the longer -
have been some of the best years of sees a lot of future growth for the Bro. Ben P. Bryant to teach adults who cannot read. aim.

my life." church as Starke continues to grow. Paster Starke First, Baptist

Announcing-----.. .... .....- ... """ --- ,'

Robert Ward Wins Trip If you were disabled, 'r,: "

::..-Mitchell James Johnson'' Joey NorrisJoe To ,Las Vegas for Week would you have a regular' "

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Johnson and Kimberly Norris of Lake monthly Income?
announce the birth of a son, Mitchell City announce the birth of their son )I Robert Ward Manager of the Mc-, \ .
James- born 'June 23. He joins a 'Joseph Michael Norris II (Joey) on : Croryl rG&Y"' Store m Bradford '
sister Shawna 2 years old. June 22, 1988 Alachua General ..rt Square Starke, recently attended a , for, disability income'insurance."
Maternal grandparents are Mr.: '
Hospital. and' '
weeK .of training meetings
and Mrs. Ray Brumbaugh. Paternal Joey entered this world weighing 7 leisure tune activities for two at the b 'ru": : y ,;;,; ,
Mr. and Mrs. :: : i' /?, I
grandparents are f i "
pounds and 11 ounces and measuring Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas Nevada. G 4, .'Vo' t
Frank Johnson. 19 inches long. bra's -- Ward 'a McCrory associate for 14 ,', .' ," :, "; "\> :
Great Mr. and 1 ,\,', 1? :" ;I\1 :
grandparents are He sister 12. ; )
joins a Holly '
chosen a "
years was as company trip \
Mrs. ,E.M. Norton, Sr., and Mrs. Paternal grandparenls are the winner. at. : ',,:'(,J,i-("' AI''\."." r\
Faris' ,
Ruth JohnSOn. Greatgreatgrandparents 1' State ; J'
late Nathan E. and Maude Wheeler '
are Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Norris. h, 1 In addition to the famous !.: :itAVIjt; ,; ),: \\\.(( I
shows Insurance \ \
I. [ : \ '',
Ellison,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brum t
Maternal Calvin and '
grandparents are casinos at the Riviera Ward ,
119 N. Walnut St :
baugh and Mrs, Jerusha JohnsOn. and Linda Pace of Lake Butler.. and his wife enjoyed tours of Hoover .
Maternal greatgrandparents'areBob Dam and Red Rock Canyon. Mc- I t Starke, Florida 32091, ,
: ",I
and Liz Mathews of Starke and --- Crory Stores also conducted '" 964-5391 i J
,Dolly Pace of Lake Butler. meetings'' designed to inform the ,

Lawtey 'Gospel ,Concert Maternal great-great* associates of the latest merchandising ', ." \

97-9 : the grandparent is Roger, .Tanner of Pro-, ,, trends and the company's plans Merritt Williams ,
'On Saturday July pirn.; < for the '
vidence. future, ,
First Baptist churCh'' of Lawtey will _.. -" .- Acent' I. II""(i "

have the Kings Men Quartet from The Wards returned home to their'
Dallas, Texas for a gospel concert: ,Mr.'and Mrs, Robert Wara .. .
.home in Starke on Friday, June 3,
Airpark Baptist .
'The Kings Men Quartet has been ,
ready to compete for next year'sgoal ,
'singing for 32 years.An experienced Begins Revival -a trip to the Middle East. __ ,
.and seasoned will ,
hearing again quartet and again you: David enjoy and 'Airpark Baptist Church began a IN.y.ANCI .......,............-, -......-. mm On,.UO esralar.l.N. ,'

KrisU McNeil will sing during the' revival Wednesday'July 6 and will "

Quartet's intermission.Rev. continue through Sunday night. July '"1''.", :
Grayson McNeill, pastor of 10, 7 p.m. nightly. \ MI, rtr:
1 the church cordially invites all to at- Airpark Baptist is located at 521 N. ",
,tend this great service. Orange St.Church.

\. The rezoning of the following described -' I
tj t k' ( BOAR a OF BRADFORD property and amending the Com
'Gospel Sing Saturday"At .f OUNT{COMMISSIONERS.. .ptehenslve'jond) Use.Plaiwfo provide.,, .
'CodMeeting By G.S. Brown (I.rk z''l. ..::..
Beulah Sin / !
BaptistThere of ,, ..gtes,t f.-Io'' .were". c dt.,.,fa s ...e.ytas "chg7 3S&UIIBP& .!SS8rfS{ t f
'will ''be 'a 'gospel'sing at July 8' ( "Control076rNOTICE : .--Boslnes diarist rezoned' to f f-mdus'trtaf *'

Be Waft Baptist Church this Saturday God Christian NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR prehenslve' Land! Use Plan to providethat and designated Industrial the propertyof \
at 7 p.m. to benefit Kaleb Green. The Starke Church of -' REZONING AND AMENDMENT land currently zoned RSF-MH and MORRIS 5. a SHARON B. WILLIAMS
Kaleb is an eight-year-old suffer Singles for Action will be having OF THE LAND USE PLAN ''designated by the plan as RURAL described a* follow: 3 acres, 2Wx600V
ing from the rare disease 'their monthly meeting on July 8, An ORDINANCE amending the Conv RESIDENTIAL be rezoned to OR- OF APPLICATION out of parcel W171-O-OOOOO) (Easterly
Eosinoprulic Gramuloma. He was 7:30p-m. prehenslve Land Use Plan EI.m.nt and AGRICULTURAL, and designated FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Portion) Sec. 16, Twn., 6 S.. Rng. 22 E, \
flown to Mayo Clinic in Minnesota to A special l Singles Event is being Map by City of Stark. Florida In occor' AGRICULTURE. the' property of W. TROY THE LAND USE PLAN North of N.W. 33th Circle and West of' I
be diagnosed and has had two ,planned for July 23, beginning at 3 dance with the local) Government Comprehensive LUKE described a* follows: !Parcels An ORDINANCE amending the Com-, U.S. 301 and North of Storke fa put pro
operations for removal of tumors 'p.m.We Planning Act of 1979 as pro 02144-0-00100: "68' ac. and prehenslve land Use Plan Element and! perty In Industrial Classification to continue
from his head. He Is presently being will have a special speaker, vided for In Chapter. 163 of the Florida' 02146-0-00100: 0.32 ac. a total of 2 acre, Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance -, the furniture manufacturing use of
treated at Shands Bob Bowen our singles coordinator. $totut.e. In Section 15, Twnt. 6S.i Rng. 22E: with the local Government' property.You .
Gainesville. Teaching Hospitalin Please bnng a covered dish. From TO: All Citizens, Taxpayer and oth.r located one-half mile Northeast of Comprehensive. Planning Act of 1975 as are further given" NOTICE that a I -
18 to 118 come join us. For more information -, .Interested! persons. Starke city limits off Welt side of N.E. provided for In' Chapter 163 of the copy .of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is
Two singing groups are donating 964-5681! or 964-7678. Th. Stark. Zoning ond Planning Board 2nd St., k.o. Luk. Rood to be used for Florida Statutes.TO available for your Inspection at the office !
their time !and talents for thISbenerltrhe conducted a public hearing on Thursday rural residential and raising of animals.' : All Citizens,Taxpayers and other of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng I
Weeks Family singers Jun.30. 1'188. on the below listed rezoning You are further gl"." NOTICE that a Interested person. City Hall Thompson Street- Starke, '
and The Oak Grove Boys. A love offering and amendment to ClUP' and will copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is The Bradford County Zoning and Planning .Florida.
will be taken with all dona-' available for at the office conducted Each and having InJ
make a recommendation to the City of your Inspection Board a public hearing every person any I
lions doing directly to Kate his Starke Commissioners for their consideration of the Director of Zoning and Planning on Tuesday Jun.28,1968 on the below terest whatever In the enactment of this ,
family for his medical care. "Experiment, ii a'hard, teacher' and action at the prescheduled ,.City Hall'Thompson Street. Sta..., listed application and will make1' a proposed ordinance should appear and
Beulah Baptist Church is located final hearing for this application for Florida. recommendation to the Bradford County. be heard at the time and place prescrib.
on Hwy. 21 between Middleburg and because she gi'u. ,the test retonlng and amendment of the Com- Each and every person having any Interest ,Commissioners', for, their considerationand ed.
Keystone Heights., first; the lesson afterwards."' 'prehensive land Use Plan on Tuesday. whatever In the enactment of this action at the prescheduled final BOARD OF BRADFORD
'July 19, 1988 at the same sold place at proposed ORDINANCE should appear hearing for this opplkatlon for rezoning COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy
7:30 p.m., an Ordinance relating tot and be heard at the time and. place and amendment of the Land Use Plan on Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
Th. reioning of (he following described ) prescribed.. Wednesday. July 30. 1988 at the Com-, Itchg 7/7
-Vernon Law property', and amending the Comi BOARD OF BRADFORD missioners Room of the Bradford County Control 0760
prehenslve Land Use Plan to provide COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m.; ,
i that ''lands currently zoned RICo! By G.S. Brown Clerh1' won Ordinance relating to: '
Residential and designated by the planas Itchg 7/7 The rezoning of the following detached .
Elect Elect'ED Residential, low density be rezonedto Control 0763 property and amending ,the Com-. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
8-3 and designated Commercial, the prehenslve land Use Plan to providethat REZONING AND AMENDMENT'
( property of GARY ENNIS, described as land currently zoned OR, Open OF THE LAND USE PLAN
follows: Parcel I 03122-0-00000. Lots 1.2. "NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Rural and designated by the plan as An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive ,
DW' 3, 8 4,' of Blk. 25 of Original Town of REZONING AND AMENDMENT Agriculture be rezoned to IIW and Land Use Plan Element and
j Stark.,'210x105' ('/ ac), East Madison OF THE LAND USE PLAN designated Light Industrial the propertyof Mop by Bradford County. Florida In accordance -
St., Church A Cherry Streets to An ORDINANCE amending the' Comprehensive STEVE WHITEHEAD a SUZANNE KIT with the local Government f
use for highway commercial business, Land Use Plan Element and CHENS described a*follows/ : 2.99, "Comprehensive Planning Act of 1979 a. ,
W ,compatible with surrounding area. Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance 326'x400' out .of 10 oe. aCffr. "provided for In Chapter 163 .of the
You are further given NOTICE that a with the local Government 04764000000. Sec.7,Twn[.7 S.. Florida Statutes,
copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE to :Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 a* E. 2M miles of Sta.... on West., TO: All Citizen, Taxpayer and other
? available for your Inspection at the of', provided for In Chapter 163 of the' U.S. 301, just North of Manufacturing Interested persons. '
A A lice of the Director of Zoning ond Plann-' Florida Statutes. ,' for Comm.rcl 4BOsiness and The Bradford County Zoning and Plan-
Ing 209 N. Thompson St., City,Hall,. TO ALL CITIZENS Taxpayers and! other, .Warehousing. / nlng Board conducted a public hearingon
Stark. Florida. Interested persons. You are further" given NOTICE that a Tuesday June 28, 1988, on the below/
Each and every person hovlng any Interest 'fYou' copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Isavailable : listed application'and 'will make a II''
whatever in the enactment of this and each of you are hereby'and for your Inspection at the office recommendation to the Bradford County
L 3 L proposed ORDINANCE should appear;; herewith given notke' in accordance of the Director of Zoning and Planning Commissioner for their consideration
< and be heard at the time and place, with Florida Statute that the Board of City Hall. Thompson .Street Starke,' and action at the prescheduled final
prescribed., County .Commissioners of Bradford' Florida. hearing for this application for rezoning
r' L'\1 BOAR OF CITY' County Florida, have designated the Each and every person having any Interest and amendment of the Land Use Plan on
L L OF STARKE COMMISSIONERSBy Bradford County Zoning and Planning whatever In the enactment of this 1 Wednesday,'Jury 20. 1988 at the Commissioner
\ Dorrell O'Neal. Director 1 Board to conduct a public hearing at a proposed ordinance should appear and Room of the Bradford County ._.',
I.', ";\b Starke Zoning 8 Planning regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the be heard at the time. and place prescribed. ,Courthouse' Stark.. Florida at 7:30 p.m. ,
I"/. Itchg 7/7 'Council Room of Storfce City Hall. Stort... on Ordinance relating' to: "
Control 1 0798 ,Florida, on Tuesday July 26. 1988 and BOARD OF BRADFORD The rezoning of the following described -
Starke City Commission make a recommendation to the Board of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS property and amending the Com-,
Croup 3 ", County Commissioners and the Board By. Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk, prehenslve Land Use Plan to provide
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR will consider on Wednesday August 17. Hchg77Control that land currently zoned' RSF-1 and
REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF 1968 at the Commissioners Room of the 0761 designated by the plan as Rural Residential
Honest o Dependable e Aggressive THE LAND USE PLAN i Bradford County Courthouse Sta..... be rezoned to CG General Commerclal. -.'
';:. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Florida at 7:30 p...... an Ordinance '. and designated Commercial the
Land Use Plan Element and'' relating too ; property of M. JUANITA WILLIAMS
Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance The r.zanlng'of the following described -, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR HEDRICK .described a* follows/ : 1.77
with the local Government property and amending the Comprehensive REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF acres, 137'x562.5', Parcel 061 WO00000Sec
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 os Land Use Plan to providethat THE LAND usa PLAN 36. Twn. 8S. Rng. 22 E. located In ,
provided for In Chapter1 163 of the land currently zoned Open Rural An ORDINANCE amending the Com.prehenslve Southeast section of Bradford County,
L. 'D9v1 Florida Statutes. and designated by the plan as land Use Plan Element andMap 600 feet South of business center at C.R.
J act jiesl TO ALL CITIZENS. Taxpayers and other... AGRICULTURE be rezoned to CI-, oy ikaatord County Norida In accordance 21 8 and C.R. 21. lot 9. Indian Beach Unit
Interested person Commercial' and designated Commercial with the local Government 3 on West side of S.R. 21 t for Service
You and each of you are and the property of HAROLD L. BIDDIX. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1979 a* ,Businesses, Beauty Shop 1 Car Wash
herewith given notice accordance described a* follows: Approximately 2.8 provided for In Chapter 163 of the You are further given NOTICE that a'
DentistryPractice 'with Florida Statute that the Board of ''acres. out of Parcel 00103-041400 In Florida Statute., ,copy' of sold proposed ORDINANCE I I.
County Commissioner of Bradford Sec. 12 Twn. 6 S.. (ffng.20: E., located 7 TO: All Citizen. Taxpayer* and other' ,available for your Inspection at the ofHce .
County. Florida have designated 'the miles Northwest of Starke at S.R. 100 Interested person.' of the Director of Zoning and Planning ,
Bradford County Zoning end Planning and c.R. 235. 224 ft. on Hwy 100. for 1 The Bradford County Zoning and Planning City Han. Thompson Street Storfce,
limited to Board to conduct public hearing at a' highway business and community retail. Board conducted public hearing Florida.
regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the You are further given NOTICE thai a on Tuesday June 3t. 1988 on the below Each and every person having any tn-
Council Room of Stark.City Hall Starke; 'copy of said propossM,ORDINANCX I Is listed application and will make a ,forest whatever In the enactment of this '
(Orthodontics Florida on Tuesday, July 26. 1988. and available for your Inspection at the office recommendation to the Bradford County proposed ordinance should. appear and
make a recommendation to the Board of of the Director of Zoning and Planning / Commissioner for their considerationand be heard at the time and place ...-Ib- '
County Commissioners and the Board City Hall,Thompson Street, tarke, action at the preecheduled final .d. ..
will consider on Wednesday, August 17. Florida. hearing for this application for razonlng BOARD Of BRADFORD
603 I \1988 at the Commissioners Roam of the Each and every person having any Inu and amendment of the Land Use Plan on COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy
Call St. (904)Starke Bradford County Courthouse Starke.: 't.,.., whatever In the enactment of this Wednesday. July 20. 188 at the Commissioners Gilbert t. Brown Clerk,
Florida at, 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance proposed ORDINANCE should appear Roam ef. me Bradford County ItchfJ7nConroI
964-2866 relating tor and be heard at'the, time and place' Courthouse Storfce. Florida at 7:30 p.m., 079
..r The relaxing of the following descrlb- prescribed. an Ordinance relating tee "
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this application may file "his/her comments fourteen ((14)) day of publication of this -
i In writing with the Regional Director IN THE GENERAL COURT OF"JUSTICE under the aforesaid statute.Dated .
notice Failure to file 0 petition/ within
of the Federal DISTRICT: COURT DIVISION this 30th day of
Deposit Insurance Cory this time period constitute a waiver of June 1988, In
FILE NO,88-CVD-ol* Bradford Fla. '
poratlon at Its Regional Office. MarquisOne County
any right such person ha to request on STATE OF
Building 245 Peachtree Center administrative determination (hearing) 6/30 4tpd 7/21
Avenue, N.E., Suit. 1200 ,Atlanta. under Section 120.97, Florida St_. COUNTY OF HENDERSON Control 0749
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE EIGHTH NOTICE!OF SHERIFF'S SALE Georgia 30303. I If any person desires to If a petition I I.filed, the administrative SANDRA .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I, protest the granting of this application. hearing process Is designed to formulate Plaintiff PLYMILL,
COUNTY, FLORIDACIVIL Colon E. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford such person ho. Ct right to do so If the agency action Accordingly the Depart- y. ZONING NOTICE
DIVISION County Florida under and by virtue of a ,protest Is filed with the Regional Director ment's final action may be different from LARRY PlYMRl, i RALPH EDWIN STARLING AND HURST
CASE NO. 87-544-CA Writ of Execution heretofore. 'Issued out by August 6, 1988. Th. nonconflden- the proposed agency action. Therefore, Defendant.COMPLAINT. COMMUNICATION. INC., has made application ,
In R.: The Marriage Of of the above-entitled Court In the .teal' portions of the application are on file persons who may not wish to file a petition FOR for SPECIAL EXCEPTION. h....-
JOSEPH (NMN) JOHNSON., In the Regional Office a* part of the wish to Intervene ABSOLUTE DIVORCE .
In the
above-styled cause, have levied upon pro AND CHILD CUSTODY tlal Service. 100 ft. C. TV Antenna for t
Husband the following property, situate, lying public file maintained by the Corporation. ceeding.A petition for Intervention must ;(i.: cobia TV reception and Installation. to
and This file .Is available for Inspection ...
public filed
and pursuant to- Rul. 28-3.207,
being In Bradford County, Florida,to NOTICE OF SERVICE OF the Bradford County Board of Adust-|
VESSIE LEE JOHNSON wit during regular business hours Florida Administrative Cod., at least
: PROCESS BY PUBLICATION Mont on property that I I. classified 011.I .
''Wile. MERCHANTS a SOUTHERN BANK five ((5) days and
A of land hearing
parcel lying In the Southeastquarter To
: lorry Plymlll the Rural and described below
above named Open :
3345 N. Main Str..t
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE of Southwest SE 1/4 of be filed with the hearing officer If one
( defendant
quarter : i 1.3 Acre ((220'x24S, out of Parcel
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Gainesville, Florida has been assigned et the Division of Administrative .
pursuant toO SW 1/4)) of Section 31, Township 7 South, Take notice that
pleading seeking 013O9-O-00000, In Section 21, Township
final' summary Judgment of forsclosurs Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida!: Hearing' Department ofAdmlnl."otlo" relief against has
dated Jun. 28. 1988 and ntsrsxi In sold MERCHANTS a SOUTHERN BANK 2009 Apalachee you been filed In the S., Range 22 E.,located 1.3 miles West of
parcel above '
being more particularly I entitled action. The
COM No. B8-S44-CA of the Circuit Court described as follows at the OF CLAY COUNTY Parkway, Tallahassee", Florida 32301 H relief being sought Is follows nature of the Lawtey off South side of C.R225 and
of the 100 Commercial Circle officer has been os Complaint West side of N.W. 23rd St.
Eighth Judicial Circuit In and f for Southeast corn.r of''sold Southeast no hearing assigned, for Absolute Divorce and
Bradford County Florida wh.rln quart.r of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Keystone Heights. Florida the petition I I. to be flied with the Custody.You" Child The Bradford County Zoning Board will
VESSIE LEE 7/7 Stchg 8/4 Deportment's Office of General review the application and make a
JOHNSON It the petitioner SW 1/4) and run West along the South are required to make defense
and JOSEPH (NMN Control.0736 Counsel, 2600 Blair Stone Road to recommendation to the Bradford County
) JOHNSON It the boundary thereof, 90 f..t to the West such pleading not later than 11 th day of
respondent I will ..II to th. hlgh..t and boundary of the right-of-way of State Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400 Failure August, 1988 said date being 40 days Board of Adjustment for their public
best bidder for.caih at: the front door of Rood 325; thence North along sold West to petition to Intervene within the allow- from the first publication this notice hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m., In the
the Bradford County Florida Cour- boundary 964 feet to point of beginning. ed time from. constitutes a waiver of and upon your failure to do so the party: Commission meeting room of City Hall
thouie, at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day of From point of beginning thus describe STATE OF FLORIDA any right such person has to request a' seeking service against you will apply to 209 N. Thompson St.. Stork, Florida, on
August 1988 the following described 'ed: continue North along sold West DEFT.OF ENVIRONMENTAL hearing under Section 120.37, Florida the Court for the relief sought Tuesday July 26, 1_.

property as set forth I In said final fudg- boundary 356 feet, more or I..., to the REGULATION Statutes, This Is the 17th day of June, 1988. At this time, all persons will be heard
,m.nt: North boundary of sold Southeast Th. application Is avallabl. for public STEPHEN F. FRANKS concerning this application, as specifiedIn
Lots 36 and 37 of Woodlawn Subdivision quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of Inspection during normal ,business 514 Fifth Ave WestP the Bradford County Zoning Codes.
In Section 14, Township 3, South SW 1/4)), thence W..t along said North NOTICE OF INTENT hours, 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday O. Box 843 Zoning Director
Range 22 East according to Plat thereof boundary 1230 feet, more or less, to the' Th. Deportment of Environmental through Friday except !legal holidays, Hendertonvllle. N.C. BCB of ADJ.
recorded In Plat Book 1. Pag. 17 of the Westerly boundary of sold Southoa.tquart.r Regulation gives notice of Its Intent at: ((704))697.6238
Public Records of Bradford ,County, of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of to Issue a permit which will Dept. of Environmental Regulation Attorney for Plaintiff' Itchg 7/7
authorize E.I. DuPont de C Control 0764
Florida. Containing 20.23 acres, more or SW 1/4)), thence South along sold Nemours Bureau of Air Quality Management 6/30 31chg 7/14
I I.... Westerly boundary 356 feet more or Company, Incorporated an Increase In 2600 Blair Stan. Rood Control: 0748
.. WITNESS my hand and the sea( of this less, to the Northwest corner of lands production of the Highlands llmenlte Tallaha.... Florida 32399-2400
dry.r plant that Is located on State Rood
Court Jun. .
on 1988.HONORABLE heretofore conveyed to Oscar Estes and
GILBERT S. BROWN Marilyn E.t.., his wife (see Official ,123 near lawtey Bradford County Dept, of Environmental Regulation NOTICE OF INTENTION Tennis Instruction
Florida. The Increased TO REGISTER
emissions of
Clerk of the Circuit Court Record Book 101, Page 249), thence East par- Northeast District
112tchg714Control parallel with said South boundary ofSoutheo.I tlculate matter sulfur dioxide, and 3426 Bills RoadJacksonville FICTITIOUS NAME Starke or Keystone,
0752 quarter of Southwest nitrogen oxide will not cause or contribute Florida 32207 PURSUANT to Section 865.09 Florida Private Lessons
quarterSE to a violation of any ambient air Any send wrltt.n comments Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the JIO hour OR
( 1/4 of SW 1/4)) 1230 feet, more or person may pet \
quality standard. A best available undersigned Albert J. Rather, Route 1.
less, to the West boundary of State Rood con- on the proposed action to Mr. Bill learn wlh a Friend
trol technology determination not Box 870 I, Stork, Florida 32091. sole
was Thomas the Tollahosseaaddress.
at Department
AUCTION NOTICE 323 and point of beginning; and contain. For SS each
NOTICE Is hereby given that on MortTday 'ing ten (K)) acre. more or I.... required for this protect The Deportment All comments mailed within 14 owner doing business under the firm Call Mark at
Is this Intent to Issue for the name of Ferns, Feathers and Flowers
July 18, 1988 at 10:00 A.M.,. th.und.rsigned. as the property of the above-named issuing days of the publication of this notice will ''473-4380 or 964-6305
reasons stated In the Technical Evaluation lit. h Box 170 I, Stark, Fie, 32091 Initends
b. considered In the Department' final
Gator Frelghtwoys. Inc., defendant, and that on the 4th day of
and to' said fictitious
Preliminary Determination. register name
will sell at public auction for cash at 2600 August 1988 Thursday at two o'clock on determination
Persons whose substantial Interestsore
Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, sold day on the premises of the Bradford Itchg 7/1 ----
.one lot of hand!. bogs; consigned to County Sheriffs s Office, I will offer fdr affected by the decision Department' pro'po..d Control 0754
Stuarts Plus, Brandon fla., sale and sell to the highest bidder for permitting may petition.lor
administrative determination r
son lot of brasswore, consigned to i cash In hand. the above-described property (hearing on ) In accordance with Section PDear: Madison Street Baptist Church ,
Flo.. the of the said Defendant
Helleg Meyers Brooksvllle, OS property
120.37, Florida' Statutes. The petitionmust ,Ho..,L.w. M" p_
to satisfy freight and storage'charges, to satisfy said Execution. Sale will conform to the requirements of
under the provisions of Section 4b) of b. subject to any ,existing liens. Chapters 17-103 and 28-3 Florida Administrative f .
Uniform standard bill of 'DOLPH E. FREE
lading. REDDISH.
Code, and must' b.' fll.drec.lved Friends. Madison Street Baptist Preschool:
Gator Frelghtways, Inc.,Carrier SHERIFF OF BRADFORD
( ) In the Deportment's Office of
'Pro 14-810915 did 4/1/8 COUNTY. FLORIDA General Counsel.2600 Blair Stone Rood, As of August 1, 988.the Madison Street Baptist Church win suspend ,
Pro 14-812372 did 4/26/8 4tchg1/1.28 Twin Towers Office Building GOD'S WORD operation of our pre-school. Our Director, Mrs. Eula Nichols and staff '

.7/7,2tchg 7/14, Control 0733 :.lallahossee,, Florida' 32399.2400, within. ,have chosen to open a preschool of their own. This forces: the suspension
HOME BIBLE STUDY of operation of our weekday education program. ,
we commend the job which Mrs. Nichols and start have performed over'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BRADFORD. NOTICE OF PROPOSED STARKE The Bible Course taught In your thepast three years in our school. We pray Cod'* richest blessings on them
COUNTY. BANK MERGER horn free of charge as they open a new. privately-owned presc'iool In Starke.Respectfully .
Case No. 84-90-CA. Notice Is given that the MER CHURCH OF GOD This b a non-denominational study
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK,. .CHANT'S B 1 SOUTHERN BANK,: based only on what thus salth the. Yours,
Plaintiff GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, has mode ap- 422, N. ST. CLAIR 064-5445 word of God.*

y. plication to the Federal Deposit Insurance John Spratlin, Pastor ,APOSTOLIC TRUTH ,U.P.C. ir6Z
BRADFORD BATTERIES., INC*: Corporation Washington, D.C: We Invite you worship wil h ust .

DONALD CHAMPION 511.,' ''20429 for' Its written consent to m.rg. Attended Nursery 782-3303 Henry L. McKlnney.
Sunday School.. lOam Rev. Emmett BrightTo
Morning Worship ..e.-.. 11am' schedule your home bible
Defendants. HEIGHTS. FLORIDA. Evening Service ,4.. .,, 6pm study.or for additional Information OOP W. Madison" Street P.O. flax 328 Starke. FT.32O8 964-7557
Any person wishing to comment on Wednesday! Youth' .... TOpm:

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Kim & Jan Johnson pO Box '207, sign Ev*)*. 064-6898
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Blankenship'sChimney Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE, PUMP &; \
Sweep; CHEVROLET-OLDS Inc( /t! Works, SUPPLYService'

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Steve and Cindy Futch .
238 St.
& Generators .
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Auto-Marine Cycle Batteries lerwe of Uw INK llwhv* inSn > 964-5274.
HWY 301 S. 964-5757
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Independent Bank 964-8317 '.$ ,t \.). 964-8061 .
528& Walnut St. Mark Employee* .
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782-3737 ,24 HR Wrecker Service .

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and week & ) a TypInG S.rvkx> of AHKinds Image, whose Justlco Company
"Worship this week every Officers Directors Church .
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I STORE and, Printing Company It's a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop .& Auto- 200 W. Madison a. US 301
In all the M Supplies Custom Framing Repairs ,Superior quality homes at
All the right parts better at Denmark's Starke e 9647200SRaiKiytton
'. Printing Office Supplies 402 N. T. pie HWY 301 N. affordable prigs
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Pag.1.A TCLEGRAJP'8 July 1,1988School

Board Adds 13.5 Non-Instructional, Personel

13.S new non-Instructional ,,data for the computer system. The employees,up 2,as explained above' Ms. Chastain said she'd gotten the 'lions Center and District-office. .
employees were added for the. t.vo new aides will allow BHS to not. idea the school board would be supportive New maintenance bwlll be
1988-89 allocations in a 3-2 vote June interrupt office work when aides The Discussion.. ... of the substitute pool using a painter and a trades helper, to
Hampton Jamboree.., 6 by the Bradford School Board.It have to act as substitute teachers. Board Member Rodney Hall asked certified teachers. Currently, N-I move toward doing some preventative -
will cost the school system some Two more maintenance ,'."Why we doing this before personnel are used as substitute maintenance.
The City of Hampton U sponsor 150,000 next year, Including employees were added to the Operations the budget tare teachers In short term absences of' Chairman Schlofman: a asked if
ing a Jamboree the tint Saturdayof salaries and benefits, and will bring Center staff where It is Chairman Schlofman: and Ms. teachers. If a teacher is out more Supt. Duncan could live with .
each month through Auguat, the total of non-Instructional reported by Director Lennard Chastain asked if adding the N-I than two weeks, a certified teacheris ''of three new district .offie:
from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m.'at'the Ci- employees to 144 at the eight school Register that help is so short that no positions was what the board talked hired for the extended periods. employees. Supt.J Duncan retorted.
ty Park. i centers, the.district office, and the preventive maintenance work is being about in its planning session at Supt Duncan said such a "The board glveth and !the boardtaketh
operations centers,The number excludes done. Camp Blanding. Wasn't it agreed. substitute pool has been discussed: away,: but agreed to the cut
bus driven and food service The other positions, two to that $64,000 would be put into a and that the high school: intends to of one, a new secretary.
Class of 1978... employees.The Southside Elementary 1.5 to Starke substitute teacher program using follow through with it. After Ms. Chastain received
The reunion of the Bradford High\ Bradford school: system now Elementary, 1.5 to Lawtey Elementary -, ,certified teachers? they asked ''Chairman Schlofman sought and assurance there is a place in the
Class of 19781s act July 23 at the has some 500 employees, including ,, and one each to Hampton Supt.Duncan replied that with the' got reassurance from Supt.Duncan district office, the board voted 3-2 to'
Holiday Inn, in Orange Park both Instructional and .non- Elementary and Bradford, Middle Increased N-I personnel,he is trying That most of the new personnel approve the allocations.
If your address has changed Instructional School. Mostly, the additions are to to free up paraprofessionals to help will not be hired immediately. Supt. Next move will be the budget'process
,since the five year reunion, please add help In exceptional classes to teachers .. what they'reaupposed Duncan said he wanted to move and the instructional. in'
call Sonya Tenly Baldree at After a lengthy discussion: during assist a classroom teacher with an to* .." right away on the one At the Opera-1' creases, if any.
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at which one of three new employees overload, when the load does not yet -
964-6636, Mark Reddish at 964-6822 requested was cut from the Increased : warrant an additional teacher or
Christy Redding Torode at 533-2505 allocation, plus assurance from there is no classroom for an additional
or Shan Edwards Johns at 964-4840 Supt.Jim Duncan that there is roomto teacher., .
place the two new employees In HE,with six N.)employees for the -'- '-tib' -
the district office, Board Member 88-89 term, added a part-time custodian
Meals for:\ Seniors... Evelyn Chastain moved to approvethe and a part-time ECE
request. Board Member jimmy paraprofessional.The .
Bradford residents 60 years of ,Scott seconded and Chairman Len Vo-Tech Center: has 12 N-I .4
age and older may be eligible to, Schlofman voted with them. Oppos- 'employees; no change. t r
receive a meal at no cost from the ing the motion were Board Members 55 has 17 employees', up one,'
Suwannee River Economic Council James (Cobby) Wainwright'and .an paraprofessional.. .- ,
(SREC)at 134 E. South Street, Rodney Hall. BMS has 20, 'up one,, an ECE
Starke. The additional 13.5 employees will. paraprofessional.SE .
SREC serves a nutritionally be allocated to: has 15.5 employees, up 1.5,
\ balanced meal Monday through Two will be assigned to the a part-time .custodian and a
Friday, except holidays. For more' District Office, a record manager paraprofessional for the
information, call 9&H8947 :and a data base manager for the'' developmental kindergarten pro-;

computer system.A third position,a, gram.
Square Dance... LE has 11 N-I 2 for '
personal secretary for Administrator employees,up I" I"
Plus Level square dance Instruc, Dewey McKinney, was .overloaded classrooms "
,tion Is available each Tuesday in cut. McKenney now shares a BHS has 22 employees,up, 2,as \ I". .,,:,
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center secretary with the computer depart- 'explained above. ,..,.1' .1.1
from 8-10 p.m.. with Ken Perez,' .ment. The District .Office has 18 N-I '
1 caller.For additional informationcall Two new aides were approved for employees, up 2,as explained above.,
9647955. Bradford High,.primarily to input The Operations Center,has 24 NIt '/ ''I' "
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'Child Find is one part of the ';1\1'\\( ,; \ ,I.
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Florida Diagnostic and Learning ,.:1.\ ,:' :' ;
Resources System (FDLRS) that These Kids Can Fish... ,:> '( : .!: :"

1 lends support student services education to programs'in exceptional Winders*in the Starke BaM dub', 2nd Annual Fbhlng<
a six county area: Bradford Fish can become seasick if kept on board a ship. From right to left Matt Odum...n1n the Baal division'; Crystal Evan.,winner In the Sportfbh. : Divblori,and. "
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, StJohns-,- 'Camel Spencer,winner In the Panfbh Division.
and. Union Counties., ,
One function of Child Find is
identification of potentially han- r.
dicapped preschool students, and >
the location of children and youth
between birth and 21 years of age o MONEY "DOWN
who may have a handicap condition
i and are not receiving services; ,
Some areas of handicapping conditions -'
may be speech, language,. '
hearing, vision, learning, behavioror
'. physical problems.'. .
U you know of a child who may'' ;: I

be handicapped contact '
( FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 3288811'in .
Putnam County or write :

,FDLRS/CWId Find, P.O. Box 159, \ .
,. Bostwick,, FL 32007?!( : ,:1988IsA'LEBRAT'ON'" ., ,t.

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Support,Group..,' ,.r angers' Rangers/; ,

Mrs. Betty Patrick of Starke is ..,
,( forming a support group for ,. -
i parents of the 400 special education '
students in Bradford schools. :
Such a group would give parents
'a sounding board, an idea exchange 7300 I
group, and members could provide
emotional. support for each other.. )
For more information, call Mrs. '

Patrick, 964-6349. "_ Less $300 Rebate,

Stadium RR's...
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Plans are being made to build additional ,.\ ....... .. .
: rest room facilities at the Down '
Bradford High athletic field on the' fi.
west side of the All-Sports Club'' .

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Contributions,tax deductible,'are' :
requested from past alumni and .
others interested. Checks should be
made to Bradford High School, 581
N.Temple Ave..Starke,FL,32091 sinS
designating it must be used for the 1988: Ranger -198
rest room fund. ,',. ( ,. r&Si V&
For additional info, call Asst. ': : ,0;, 4x2
Prin. John Reddish at BHS, "< : :Y, 'j..f.f IQn.CQ': '
964-6800. c" : T'P' 'E'R''CA" 'B' ; ,:" I

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closet at 134 East South St.,Starke, : ; Rack, Deluxe Wheel Trim
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modes tub grab bars shower/tub, ,,<
s;;f:,,-s,, Deluxe Tutone Paint., 1,595
seats, crutches, walkers and nary '
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Call-In Program... .

A morning call-in service to ssa''a + !86 1ssaq
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,86 Ford 6 Nissan 2oosR
assist senior citizens who are alone ,83'jFord =;Range ; ., "
is offered by the Starke Police ""I i ': Kingeab'4x4 .. '2DfBrues, 'speedAC,, ., W1't1l.-SPffed.vC,' :SentraBlueti > .'
Department, according to Chief I ':'' .-" Sp.,AC,' Roll Sm' .,
.; Jimmy To become Bowen.involved in the program I Only $3,995., Only; $5,995 ', only .'49.95. ," Only 7,895 'oft r :$4995"

;a citizen is asked to register ., ..
with the Police Department then 87 Mazda B2000 '87'GMC4x4' "' '86 Ford .UTD "'84 Lincoln .. 1985 Chevrolet5.p..dAlr2toChoose
call in before 10 a.m. each day. .,'' VIII
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After 10 a.m. the Police Dept.will 4-5peed'A/C.;; ''' '
check on those citizens who have From : totg.T1r.s' $1 terpA .: : Fully!! loaded': ,"J..< ,, Auto, Alr, Stereo
not called in. If there is no answer $$1OH695. : '
$6.495 oliy" '
a police officer will visit the Only $6,695-olry": :. : Only $5" 9.95 .j Only $5 495

residence. ,
Chief Bowen reminds the public 1987 Bronco. : 1984 : '848: hevrolet', ., '84 Bronco II '79Ford "' '
that the service is available. '" ?, '
s35t, loaded VW Cari1pe.- Wgn XLS 'Flar'esJd.' .
; :Auto;.Jr". Air Condlllon.d :

No Job, No Skill... .oni"y. $.10 ,495 niy $ 7.495 only '$3.495 nip $7,495J' on 1 $1.995MOTORS.' ,. ,

.Job Corps-Training slots are
available In health occupations,
plumbing, welding, business- .
clerical auto mechanic and other
skills for men and women ages 16
through 21: '
Obtain GED,
money and savings TERWILLEGAR
make good life I I9E4.7200
Room and board clothing ,
allowance transportation, medical, 473-FORD
and dental care will be provided. '371-1O96 388-FORD ;
i For more information,visit the ,Starke ,Keystone Hgts
Job Service Office at 1430 South Gainesville .Jacksonville
First! Street Lake City, or phone 209 ,W. Madison State Road.21.
Irene Pearce at 732-3121.

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Glorious Fourth.

Three Cities Three Celebrations for, the First Time in Siarke, K.II., and Lake Butler, I
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Fourth of July exploded in' the three county area thii year with celebrations
J t in, all three counties Clay Bradford and Union as thousands b( area resident
I joined with'out-of-town guests to make it a ripioaring'occasion for all agc.
Keystone Height Annual Qur Country \pay was a big, success IS usual with a
big parade and plenty1 of fireworks. '' :
I Lake' Butler has a big annual celebration which incl'udea the Firecracker'
..1M I Classic* SIC run!a fishing 'tourney'; .and' ,,an arts and crafts, display. '' ,
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'Festive Fourth:.. tci *dJ. .,
,Scene from Fourth of July
celebration Include the crowdat
the Freedom Feat In Starke,
(above right),firework In Lake "
Butler ,Shrlners on parade (top ; ge&t JfeWEWSN
.. right) and the big baby crawl In NEW- i .
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Keystone Height
'I NEWQJoans '
,It wu the first time all three .

'' t t'f .communities own celebration.have sponsoredtheir with the'' i' .., V FrWSJ EWB
I 'oldest events In In Keystone Lake Butler Heights starting the, preact'TTrfe., ws.,..., '
five year*ago and Starke', ;
Freedom Feet In Its first year, In fashions
: '198K "
"The Finest In# Ladles Fashions"is

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Includes FREE case, *'Chrome Cylinde '

spare 10"bar and chain, *Cent.:Cluth'
SEAGRAM engine and bar oil, "3! 9 5
JIM.i. i 7' '" CANADIAN heavy duty gloves., '

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Special Purchase Sale. Compare S199.9S
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10 10 16 ox.can engine oil and ,Blower Chaln'.7aWone ', ., .
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Heavy duty
750 !750 750 120 mph wind. f
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Return Engagement of $ '" 9 9 6 499

The Ray Parrish Band 189,

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Henley Gets Seven Years for Cocaine Dist. FEEL GOOD AGAIN!

-- Danger Signals of .
AJvin Everett Henley M,of Starke recently convicted of conspiracy to ed $ .OOO for hit involvement with the latest product of a joint In
has been sentenced to seven yean distribute several kilogram of,cocaine -, the deal according to court records.' Into narcotics activity In "Pinched Nerves"t. ,
imprisonment followed by, three attained one kilogram of cocaine Henley was previously convicted Brad County conducted by the, .odoch.ia 7.Ha PaIn
yean of special parole for distribu In Miami. In 1980 in Florida State Court for Federal Bureau of Investigation .Low Bach Palo S.Tight; Mute**
lightly let* than one After using some themselves felony possession of marijuana/. (FBI) and the Florida Departmentof 3 ShoufcMW/ tain 9.Pain Down Ugi10N
tikilogram of cocaine according to Henley and Carter returned the following his arrest for delivering Law Enforcement (FDLE:) which .../Mutcl. Spaim .cfcPaln )}- I
representative of Joseph B. MagrVUnited slightly less than one kilogram cocaine approximately 875 pounds of marijuana has resulted In S3 arrests and 31 con 0.,NufnbfMM In Honos t t..No.m Rnp.Ir
States Attorney for the Mid- to Bradford County Henley valued at approximately victions to date.. 6 Otnlnca IX Numb TOM
dle District of Florida. weighed and cut the drug.: 70ooo to .undercover agents in Find out now whether careful
Henley, also known at "Bulldog '"' then delivered the cocaine to .Gainesville.. In charge of the case was Special professional chiropractic care can
and Lane I.Carter who was hirhself another Starke resident and receiv- This recent arrest of Henley's Is Agent Stephen Silvern of the FBI relieve your aches and pains. Dr.Virgil Barry

I Emergency Rescue Services Have Busy Month in BradfordBradford MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED

County Emergency Eight calls were to people In vehicle accidents. structure fire. 'Ten calls were I
Medical Services Rescue Unit trauma and another four runs were One call was to an obstretle patient cancelled and four were false 864 N. Temple Ave. (Across from Pizza Hut)
responded to a total of 100 to people in trauma resulting from ,one call was for a standby at a alarms (prank: calls).
calls/or/runs during the month of
March,according to Supervisor. Cliff
Fifty-four transports required the
transporting of 57 patients.Forty-six
calls required no transporting. The
,back-up unit made four runs and one One Plus
sCair.patient was transported by Shand- Stop Shopping ,

The majority of the patients'43,
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six
patients were taken to Alachua
General Hospital,two patients were
taken to Shands and two to North PRICES GOOD
.Florida Regional Hospital,. all in THURS. WED., Winn-Dixie'1 / ,
Gainesville.One OtMNTITV RIGHT '!" JULY 7-13, 19B8
.\ patient was taken to Recep-' _RESERVED
tion Medical Center Lake Butler wSTORE-.a.-'- a
Fifteen calls were to people with
respiratory ,problems. Illness
related calls were to 14 people and
twelve people were cardiac patients.
Divorces GrantedIn

,Bradford following marriages CountyThe were 1'r' ,8 A.M. -' 10 P.M., s PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING -WINK-DIXIE LOCATION:
dissolved during the month of June SUNDAY .o:
In Bradford County according to STA... InWfttNuT i-rtfuorono.Q.c..N.a.l..u STARKE ., ,. ...-.
court records. 8 A.M. 9 P.M.

Eckman.Donna P. 'Eckman &:, Eugene E; f WE SELL ONLY U.S. CHOICE AGED BEEF

Donald Larry Morrow &: Judith
Lee Morrow.

Elizabeth., Frank Louis DArmenia.Armenia. Virginia \ W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CENTER CUT. HARVEST FRESH WESTERN
James B. Clifton &: Cindy L.Clif-- u..s %

/ Delores ton.John Virginia Alfred LaBoone.LaBoone, ..Jr., &:'' : '- CHUCK $ 1 2 7 JUMBO 99-

Jack G. Anderson &: .Susan',R.' M :
Anderson. ;- LB. EACH
Luis G.Pelaez&: Karen D.Pelaez. .
,der.Jorge CHUCK $157. 'SHOULDER .$ :t:
Dominquez &: Laure K. STEAK STEAK . .. '
Dominquez.!: <-.. '.L. Ll .> ..----.- HAIVI"FPISN c
Lester James Minton'&: Estelle FARMSTEAD BRAND U : 9 9
,Green Minton. BONELESS COUNTRY $997 iH liHOlcE8ONELESS $ 97 j i MANGOES EACH _

,- Steve Kirkland '&: Irita. "C-;' ,STYLE RIBS. . it UW ROAST e.- ..- . LI J I r
Kirkland. .

Wilhelmina Edward Wainwright.C. Wainwright &: STEAK ... u $227, ROAST .. .,... ',' itWO $177, HARVEST FRESH CARROTS . .,0.,' mBAC 78e98e.
F, Jordan. &: E, .Lynett Jor WD SPECIAL TRIMMED LIMESIOJI00'
Martin Thornely &: Margaret L. WHOLE WHOLEPICNIC B 1 s

\ May Howard Divorces E.Spratlin &: :Barbara F, c-; : '. .WHITE'ESla *_ . Ulraui:::880 j
Spratlin. 97 77 *"
Robin G. Crawford &: Danny' L.

Steven A. Brown & Susan J.. .

Wilkerson.David A. Wilkerson' &: Cynthia. C, ROAST ,. .. .. it $177 STEAK ..".'. .. r Lao $397 "SMOKED NICE & SLOW & READY TO GO" WHOLE,

Otto G. Stokes, Sr, &: Barbara W BRAND U$. CHOICE W.D BRAND US CHOICE
LeeAnn Stokes. CALIFORNIAROAST $ 77 T.BONE $ 97 zl BARBECUE' ) $ COO
| 4
Doenges.Randy D. Doenge. ..&: Marilyn L. '. :. . i.WO STEAKS .. .. .. .. uWO __
McDaniel, $1 97 SIRLOIN $ 97 r'' .

ROAST .. .. ., it ,STEAK .. ; *. u 3
FHP Troopers (t. 11 LB. PKO.FRYER .' r'
Continue License,' >:.'r FRYER'DRUMSTICKS ..." FaESN IAKID. 7, 7 C.;
'" .
Vehicle Inspections ( \.' ,: I LEGOUARTERS \\W;; French or Italian, Bread LOAf

Bradford County ; .;..
The, Florida'Highway Patrol will < 68 < PURDUE DELI CHICKEN or, HERRLICH BAKED
9 9
or $
conducting driver license and -- 48 1INCH
)- TURKEY ew
'= .
vehicle Inspection checkpoints dur' I" '" LB HONEY CURED HAM .; La
ing the week of July 8 through July '" 'LR BREAST (' -LAYERS
'14 on SR-21, SR-lOO, SR-230 SR-18, HICKORY SWEET 'GERMAN- ,
CR-225 CR-125,' CR-229, CR-231, .. ,., FRYER or COCONUT CAKES ua U
CR-227,CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A """ : yla' $2"
In Bradford f'' THIGHS
County. .... La. HAM OR $1 77
it' 964-5451 ,La. FROZEN / / 1CENTER

,Open. Euery Night' : 11: BONELESS ,. lfl 11 A ALL VARIETIESCOCACOLA
I' Starts t Friday July 8 SLICES 100% 1, ,
SMOKED HAM .. pure '

lag.t Hanks Tom (EHlL e $ 2.98., 0 $3 97 ORANGEJUICE 1 1 8 I..,I 2LTHITL.., .99 CASTOR

l. -
=zE '

Arnold Schwarzenegger SEE ,OUR -RECIPE BOARD THRIFTY MAID ,27 R $100 111:2:*u.CANS. $499

STEAK FRIES,. : < -_...- .
Wednesday, July,13th .: C\. PIZZAS . 1'N4 R' : ,.. $ 9 9
Showtlmes 10:30: am. &2 p.m. KREMO
Al Seat J 1.00 \ -.- .:- 'HOT DOG BUNS ,tq 'ALL VARIETIES .

301 Sluice. DRIVE-ID. 964-7484: 1L$1--. 2 iRa 89 < 1 HALF $ 98 fe .-

Fri. Sat.'& Sun cit., -



/. STAJiLONEHI, Fresh Product Clean Stores and f

__ Admission: _
Adult..____.._-.... 990
Children_.....__......, 500

.J. '.. .. .' .. ---"'.- -., . .' ._ .. ..1 w _' _ '_ . _

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I'' All Area Boaters to Be Affected by' New Laws

, ,
::. .
., ," .MOSS BROS 'Paint Automotive 'All owner of power boats in laws to attend traffic school at their paints and place a $1 surcharge on' registration fee,if it finally become
Body law, will go to the state's 67 counties
each boat and auto fee
Florida 'may be affected by bill own expense and levy a$500 fine on
Auto Truck 'Repair' sion.passed at the 1988 Legislative ses take those a arrested breathalyzer for DUI or chemical who refuse test to to fund a statewide- police radio for ramps boating and docks improvements and for PabroTofflcen hiring such a SO*'

Lawmakers approved bills that 'to determine their blood-alcohol con- But not all the new laws affecting additional Florida Marine -
to enforce the: laws. ,
, ', 964-4308, will raise the annual boat registration tent. Other bills require a license for fishermen were approved. Once ,
," fees by 60 percent; >require yacht salesmen and brokers; ban more the perennial proposal for a present. registration range
: from H 2S for boat less than 12 feet
saltwater license failed to
" violators of certain state. boating the use of most tin-based; bottom fishing
J in length to 176.25 for those 110 feet
pass along with a number of bills requiring
------- --------- ----- ---- ------
blanket licensing for all and longer. The new fee schedule
operators of powered vessels. And runs from $7 to $123.
:' ,'" 29th Ave PHYSICAL THERAPY' even the bills that passed are subjectto The bill specifies that a third of the
veto by Governor Martinez. estimated extra $3.9 million raised
off 301'North Jerry Fisher P.T. from the higher levy will be returnedto
'" Boat Ramp Funding the counties with the remainder
,,. Certified Mechanics BY APPOINTMENT '964-6OOO Proceeds from the increased, spent on salaries for new officers
the Patrol's
c, { expand Marine present
::, 218-man force. ,
,,'\; Another new law creating a
".' ',',' ,' ( statewide police emergency radio,
(iiJ.; ":'.,':', network,adds a$1 surcharge to each
,I boat auto registration fee.

Unbeatable Everyday Low Prices !1 Mandatory Under a new Education bill operators of'
powerboats, convicted of serious offenses
such as driving while intoxIcated
or using drugs, are requiredto
attend classes similar to >pie
state's present traffic schools for

'FRESH SEAFOOD FROM THE FISHERMAN'S' WHARF' rii. 'vehicular required bear all Students costs. wouldbe If the

cm bill Natural escapes Resources veto, the Department will write'guidelines of

for minimal re
SMALL $ Q99 quirements.The .
__ '
z' SHRIMP ODELIVEDO section of the bill dealing with
DUI authorizes the levying of a $500
r fine on boaters arrested for DUI who,
p refuse to take the breathalyzer; or
FRESH FRESH ALASKAN CRABS; (IS chemical testa.TinBased '

, -KANEMI $ 79CRABMEATCHUNKS' The new law' bans the sale,
I La CWMTION A'WIDE SELECTION distribution or use of tin-based anti-
$599 $2'99' fouling bottom paints.! The federal
KANEMI 7 9 OF NEW MOVIES {government will ban the use of such<
; IB. IB. it CRABMEAT STICKS $.C paints starting January 1, 1989.
TO CHOOSE FROM These paints are effective in preven-
ting marine growth, but have been

'"WE WILL GLADLY 'STEAM.YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE and accused other of marine damaging life.shellfish beds

All of the new laws if signed bythe
.;;4 a{.; ;',, FROM THE CHEESE SHOP Governor, will be effective October
I, 1988 but won't start costing
,t'ifss' boaters until{July 1989, when annual
tts'tt) i y+r, YEGairiJifT ONION' :registration.. .renewals. become, due,
''O 1'0 000' LOW PRICES I 1 '

,. ,CHEESE SPREADS Executive

I ', +i :'11. LILAC .. :: ( 'REGULAR or HONEY NUT' I $29EACH Committee


fMAYONNAISE Cheerios CEREAL Elections 'I

32or. $ w'?A wry ,42-01.SIZE '9'9 -:z=__ SIZE 2& L, $'269'' or FRENCH BRIE CAMEMBERT CHEESE '. Paz SIU ,$969 O ',Planned ,

I Members of the Democratic and
I d a ''s DEEP SOUTH WHITE or VFLLOWSUNBELT 'ORIGINAL or HICKORY SMOKE Republican executive committees,
' ", IN OUR'EL.ORAL'SHOPPE' registering as candidates ,for re-
. ? -
.? PAPER TOWELS BBQ SAUCE election to theSe political groups ati I II i
'noon Monday July It.The qualifying -'

!>' $Z\\ j,_. iS I'**' t. :, : IS. period ends; at noon Friday July'

$ ,32 oz f 9 ,' JUMBO|47 18-01, 79 meat Brighten of fresh your cut day flowers with,an lush assort green' i The County executive committee
fAR ,ROLL Ill 'decorated of each political party' consists of
, plants or gaily floral two members, a man and a woman,
: EMONLIMEarrangement,, from each county precinct. Incumbent
committee members,as well as
I' PORK & BEANS ,KOSHERDILLS i PALMOLIVE yttPe T; WANS all persons wishing to. run for

I'' DETERGENT ; ,, ,,.. AMERICA membership to on either represent committee their,
,vse ,F t-'O' R A.L must voting register precinct with the Supervisor of
$1.19 ersour $ 1'9 'i y' Election during, the period July
4 tfroLt' 1: 22.0L8ge Flowers delivered 11-15.

CANS IAR worldwide Committeemen and committeewomen .
be elected for four-
PlAIN or IODIZED may .;,
'. terms at the first primary election
ASTOR year
{ ;: 5c CHUNK WHITE'BUMBLE CRISCO 6. The winners'
''f PFt?,{: r i 'TABLE SALT. . *' $199'DISCOUNTCOUPONS on September
illlDEEP BEE ,41-et. will be determined by a plurality of
'!;;\\, T ,OIL rf ..... w. ITL '{votes cast. Terms of those elected,
1i0. ;f IJ,;: THRIFTY MAID TUNA JIFFY CORN 'will begin on the first day of the
\f i iIiW t\!;>!, ,' I'' QUICK GRITS .' HI.lAG 99c iBUM I BEEt MUFFIN MIX'' ... ..:..";,.... 1 Dc "J-OFF ADULT;, '1- OFF. CHILDREN. month following the first primary of'
the November presidential election'
liV''ti!.,14'' $ 1 15 f, ,
t :( : committee members
1i ff 1
, ,,, ?' 99C >-o 99C H .. 1 of both parties should qualify for reelection -
fJ I}:':,;,'')!">i';;':." ) CORNED BEEF ,f .'. 'CAN UNDEL APPLE JUICE '. .'..I.' 'RL'. 'lV rpo.: wise,they in must the first be primary reappointed, other-to

\';:;\;;;'"' SOUTH MONTE 'Jo'J -, their positions in order to represent

t''hJ'';s:;) ..r;%",..' "' :SWEET RELISH CATSUP pii EISCHER '.......-- :Ii <( mr, ,their precincts. ,

j'. ;, Ww' ,, TEA BAGS 'uillin8V&crRid : Ii/ii" ; p s_ ,..
f.\'l 55 f' :': at Full Day oSun,Fiat. at Cranmr '
1v, "9 8 8 9 '..u.i ANW UII I IE '
'A taw (
'!,(," 16-oz., 132--01.< C OFFEa July:4thJ:
'" : ,
,. ,?;, JARITALIAN BTL' .loan'rue.KVERYDAV plavhin&('.....hing WirR. "wr YOUI APPRtxurs's HUSIN: >S" ,

t f 's,; I.r ...... THRIFTY MAID '
f iih i'\ ih';/ .:,... II WISHBDRESONE or 1000 ISLAND VIENNASAUSAGE LOW PRICES from page B-t
'FRIENDLY: Starke may have started its
SUPERBRANO ALL FLAVORS celebration jus,' this year but Its
}(:\':" ;; ;. II' $ 29 SWISS STYLE PROFESSIONAL, Freedom Fest ,WIS' a huge, success
,t01\1.t'\:' \ ':: !\' 16-01. 89 1 .man... 'SERVICE with a big crowd on, hand in the
':r'!: ::;;\':' BTL |0 guts YOGURT football stadium for. musIc. and
t',k":\>',1i \;, ,- Service with a smile has

i uf fitf( i i+, EVERYDAY LOW PRICE FOR ALL YOUR, FAMILY ems.- '3l00 CRi1'' know always you'll been find our ao WINM'DIXIE'a full

:+, time registered phar1maclata
,';;/\f\ ''; friendly, pro*
),j'" "ii.r 5 ji, SUPER UNSCENTED B you in any way poaalblelS Buy ,
r :';; GILLETTE FOAMY N, SUPERBRAND $100 > Stop by today and get to
0 : :i\ f MISS BRECK
I .4 3 u. I know the new Pharmacist : Spanisfi.i\loss':' '
" ',IM,.':<'; SHAVE CREAM ;BUTTER ME NOTS SIll .,' In town.i i he' right down.,
HAIR SPRAY the street at nearby
," >11 ''''Vi"(} lit! QUARTERS your I am interested in
Ijlrfi&J\ & ,"(, r-: I $ 49 5 SUPERBRAND O WINN-DIXIBI
Mfid'i; :;: } ;} :>' UN. 1 ua 88 opening a buying
: L fc
MlfnW..I,' Ii'jl''':" ; 1i;_::_:J 'SIZE SI1 Tar[. 99" C MARGARINE' ha or around Lake Butler

PJ"r;}.'" ii" area. Call Jessie. Allenat

I\\"d'(,,"WI",',,,''',',},>,}."\\.1 I' TYLENOLTABLETS tot Off LABELLISTERMINT DRINK 1-904-364-5601

'.,'1\1.1/1\ ', '' ,'........$2, After 9 .
Wl" p.m.
RINSE .'. .
:, iB.
f.: : : r Before 6 a.m.
'" :j'I., .:' ALL VARIETIES -99
;,r"" ':,'.'>, ,$394 AQUA MARINE SHAMPOO,, 97e ,--
;:.:,:-:.:\ :;' SUE CONDITIONER LOTION ,. '& '(11i'' PlayLotto
" ,"
:: ':X:;" .".,;, '
;lfI'f.'I.'d.W'I!' ; .
'!'; !:.);,:;.I [
j. '
'y. !
: The Checkout & Lottery'
1 .)j't, T At:. Quickest Community.State 'SUPERMAflKCT'
: "' /,(': 1t,7Itr.i! :>jtTpiq"! ", "- __ WWIMMXIf> "
'j 'W'"If"'Y(" / Food Store .
''f.' :,.fI.,( '
: .
p'Wl'' : '' "\ 't SR 22 5 at US SOl,Law eY'' I
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Final Judgements in Bradford County Traffic Court,

'-' .., .
The following defendants ap pared tag $50 I court costs. pled guilty unlawful speed; Dempa pled guilty unlawful tag; ,seat 4 $25 costs. 'DWLS; fined fl0ilS. '
peared before Judge George H. Frank Lee Hill pled guilty DWLS. ; fir wn. fined $101.25,.Salvation. Army super- Earl Benard Greene pled guilty no Edward Lamar WUttrifs pled
Pierce June 21 In Bradford County $] fine. Ricky Wayne Hall pled guilty vison six months. valid driver's license; Salvation Ar, guilty permitting minor to drive; $50
Traffic Court. Their CUM received Joe Lee. Baker, fr. 'pled guilty DWLS i present valid license and Brian Neal Morgan pled no contest my supervision, 50 hours communitywork Court' coats, 50. hours. communitywork.
final djapoaitioa DWLS; fined $101.25. .pay $50 costs or pay $101.25 fine. DWLS;; must show ''valid tag and write an essay on why not to ,
William Arvin Bryant pled guilty Brenda Carroll Lindsey pled guilty \ case will be dismissed. drive without license: or violate Keith Brian Ardley pled. guilty
Nathaniel Carter Jr. pled no contest : -- DWLS; fined $101.25 Salvation Army attaching regular license plate to Ray Charles Smith pled guilty Florida laws.Greene DWLS; fined 10125. -
no tag on mobile home: orderedto supervision one year. nonasslgned vehicle; dismissed, DWLS; present valid license and pled guilty unlawfulspeed Richard Ray Slsson pled,guilty
pay $50 court costs, violate no Bryant pled guilty DUI; fined 'costs suspended. pay $50 I or pay $101.25 fined. ; fined $102. DWLS; present valid license and
laws placed under Salvation Army $625, license suspended five yean, Brent H. Marshall pled guilty 1ms/ Ronald Wayne Stewart pled guilty Greene pled gulty unlawful tag;;. pay $50 or pay $101.25 pled! .:.
supervision. to pay fine within 30 ten days in jail, attend DUI school, .proper tag; costs suspended. DUI; fined $362, license suspended Salvation Army supervision 60 days. Richard Paul guilty
day*. one year Salvation Army probation. Marshall pled guilty unlawfulspeed six months, 50 hours communitywork Michael A.Pan]pled guilty to two expired tag; Salvation Army- proba-
Danny Ray Maloy pled guilty driving Billy Darrell Crawford pled guilty ; fined $86. ; Salvation Army supervisionsix counts of no tag on mobile home; $50 tion.Beeman
( under the Influence (DUI;;fined DWLS; fined $101.25. Blanche Peterson Rose charged months, attend DUI school. cost.Freddie pled guilty no driver's
M29, license suspended six months, Robert Forest Brown pled guilty Improper tag;i' presented valid tag Terry Eugene Gravley pled no Edward Browning pled license; Salvation Army supervision
SO hours community work, Salvation' expired tag fined $101.25. dismissed. contest DWLS $50 court costs. guilty unlawful tag, ; $25 court costs. 60 daYSiI 29 hours community work,
Army supervision one year, attend Brown pled guilty violation of Robert Demps pled guilty DWLS; James Patrick Gibbs pled guilty Browning pled guilty DWLS; cenae within 60 days. ,
DUI school. restriction on driver license. fined fined $180, Salvation Army supervision -, unlawful tag; costs suspended. dismissed. James Howard Rogers pled no
$101.25. six months. Gibbs pled guilty no child restraint Cheryl Lvnn Bogle pled guilty contest no tag; $50 I costs.
Misdemeanor Court -

Charles Henderson pled no contest
possession of marijuana; ordered to
pay $50 court costs.

June 14, Traffic
Johnny Wilton Buxton found guilty
DUI; fined $362, must attend DUI
school ,Salvation Army probationone Neighborhood Discount Store
year,license suspended six mon
tha, 50 hours community work.
Augustine M, Friscia pled guilty
.driving while license suspended
(DWLS): presented valid license?
costs waived 1 dismissed
Friscia pled guilty'unlawful
speed; $70 fine, must attend defen-
sive driving school.
John Clayton Garvin charged with
DWLS; presented valid.licnese fined
Richard Carl Kinsey pled. guilty
DWLS; fined $101.25.
James Horace Sapp pled guilty I
bUl; fined $625, license suspended
six months, .50 hours community
work. Salvation Army probation
i' year. attend DUI school.. ,
Michael Jerome Clark pled guilty
DWLS; court costs suspended,
dismissed. _
Steven Frank Neubauer pled guilty r to -
DWLS fined $101.25 to be paid in ,
30 days. '
Robert Nelson Ray pled no contestDWLS "
; $50 court costs.' '
Melanie (Kyle Wood pled. guilty : a"'j
DWLS; costs suspended. /f
Wood pled guilty careless driving a
$32 court costs. I
Pant 'I.>" Ra...iais pled guilty'ex-', rv: % eIt' '.i''k"

Recent Arrests.
pep .
,In Bradford County, $% ,(REMOVES STAINS, ,

." \The following arrests were made L '
in Bradford County by local. .
: .
authorities.. :
I .
. Vincent Eli Thomas 23, of Starke '4 E 30
I was. arrested July 2 for disorderly NON'pEl
) 'conduct and resisting arrest without' ERGENT LEACH ,
k violence, according to Patrolman M r R 01 \
Kathy Mercer. Police were called to [ '
.the Pizza Hut where an unruly
customer, was causing a disturb
bance., Upon arrival Thomas, who'
haq..'strong smell of'alcohol,
))"' became Belligerent and was .arj, r :
restedby) Lt. W. C.' Reno and.
Mercer. Thomas was released after
f .a $1,150.75 surety bond was posted. 5:1
6 Pack

Tommy Brown, 38, of Starke was.
arrested June 30 for burglary,according QTS
to Patrolman Jeff'Johnson. FOR '
Limit 12Empire
Brown was seen entering a supply'
truck behind Winn Dixie where he' Lux Bar Motor Oil Canned Soda Clo-White Bleach "
took items and did not pay for them., Soap { ,
This is Brown's third offense for Regularly 3 For .1. ((4.75 oz.) I STP Oil Filters. 1.50Ea.AtteRehate| Regularly 1.50. Asst. flavors. Reg. 87 Ea 1 gallon.
burglary since May 23. Bond was set
at$1,500,he was released on his own

Pearly, Mae Simmons, 49, of''
Lawtey was arrested'June -30 for
disorderly intoxication,according to
Deputy Barry King., Simmons was' ,
cussing and yelling in the victim's "
yard..Bond was set at $100.75, she ,
.was released .on, her own A '
recognizance., tIi
Frank Pendarvis, 31, ''of Lawtey'was ,
arrested July 2 for battery ac-' ,
cording to Investigator: David
AderhoTt.Pendarvis was released to
Lake City Treatment Center.,

Traffic Summer Fashion Clearance

? Bertha Mae Williams of
,Gainesville was arrested July 2 for

driving(DWLS),,while according license Trooper suspended Wj Save Big For The Entire Family During Our Super Summer Fashion / sv\; eraeen Kan

M.$210 Abrams.surety bond He was was released posted. after a Clearance Now Going On Hurry While Selection Is Great! /AW '*A trash Bags f ," '

William Stacey Starling,' 20, of'' .. ,'ULTRAumilsrrz If lean K
arrested 3 for, : Tanithen
Macclenny was July tlaawaas ULTRA
DWLS and wilful-wanton reckless TFfl m urn* t>KleenKanTathfrnen
driving; according to Patrolman 4 Q.w. vo.owsr.e p 130
Mercer. He was released after a +' 16"
.$367.20 surety bond was posted., i r p .

Leon Cooper; 37,of Starke was,arrested lKervenn \
July 3 for DWLS,according to 3.5 oz. ins| Sped
Patrolman Danny'Thrift. He was Sf
released after a. $210 surety bond. \ O.d $3 > JOssT E Es.

was, George posted,Binnie Bethea, '24, of ': s Oscillating Pedestal Fan 4, 5 '

AIachua County was arrested July 2 3'l 2T5 e Pack yVF Regularly FOR
on warrants charging no vaIJd Trash .
driver's license,DWLS,according to Bags
Lt. Reno. Bond was set at $2,500, he Sq'F 20 ct. 26 gal., 30 ct. 13 gal.
was released to Alachua County J Microwave Popcorn Blank VCR Tape' Disposable Diapers] or 12 ct. 33 gal L
authorities..:, [Original or butter flavor, Reg. M. VHS. 2, 4 or 6 hours.M48 ct., medium or 32 ct. large) 10 C,. 26 Gal..'. ; i.M|

Dorothy A. Stegall, 36, of Starke'was t I r
arrested 'July 1. for driving
under influence (DUI, according to ___-r U 1-- Maxengill
Patrolman. Susan Wilkerson. ,'
Stegall's blood alcohol content was '
.13 percent. Bond was set at$362.50, 1i/ARRE WARREN
she was released on her own J .j 10GrcncOO1 DEMON II TY E F
recognizance. ''
,, fr =:, -.-,

FHP Troopers

Continue License e' $ ;1

Vehicle Inspections $
j'' 2$3
_l Each
Union County I( '"" Box 'FOR Es. Brut DeodorantAeguf.rty JDexron Or

The Florida Highway Patrol will I Laundry Detergent Vaseline Lotion Alcohol Or PeroxkJeHMassengill Douche 1.511. 3.$ oz. spray (Transmission Fluid
.be conducting driver license and I Regularly 1.19. 30 ounce. Rg. 1.79.10 ounce. |l8 ounce. H Regularly 77". CK 3 oz. .tl-persplr.nt. Type A..79' .
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
the week of July July i M M HV H BIMMHM BMW M HH MMHi HMiM H HMI
" 14 on SR-100 SR-121, I Prices Good At All Family Dollar Store Through Sunday. July 10th. StarlceI 4 '
SR-:*3*.. C1i-16; 'CR-J37 CR-2M. Quantities Limited On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers 3O9 S W8 II nutStr.t
CRpUS, CR-Z31A, CR-24A and CR-'
7MA In Union County.'



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h'I".1, '. ', .,< '
, Sean R Lovte Barwtck of Panama City and Survivors Include his wife, Mary following an accidental shooting. Funeral services will be held member of First Baptist Church.
Keystone Landers 82, of Mrs.Cassie Cumbie of Jacksonville; Ann Wilson Dixon of Waldo; and a Born In Webster Springs, W.Va., Saturday, July 9 at 10 a.m. In the Survivors Include his wife Irene
June 30 in Heights VA died Thursday, two brothers, Adel Goodwin and step-son James Wilson, also of be lived in California before moving Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of. Smith Handley; a son Dave
Gainesville Medical Center of R.C Goodwin,both of Panama City: Waldo. to Lake Butler in 1973. He was a Lake Butler with Bishop Felton Handley, of Keystone; brother;
, Born ,following a brief Illness. two grandsons Ken Fuqua and Funeral arrangements will be announced member of the Church of Jesus Smith officiating. Cremation will Earnest Handley of Birmingham
.j,, .,>' ,Mass., July Mr.27 Landers, 1925 in Springfield moved to, Steve Fuqua, both of STarke; and 7 'at a later date by Jones Christ of Latter Day Saints. follow. The family will receive Ala.; a sister' Freda Gay 01
"," ', greatgrandchildren.Funeral Funeral Home. friends at the funeral home Friday Cullman, Ala.; a grandson J.D.
1971 from
/ \1 :, ,' Va. He Richmond, services were held evening,.7-, p.m.Raymond. Handley, Jr., of Buford, S.C.; and a'
\t\ a member
\ ; (, '. St. William Wednesday, July 7 In DeWitt C. Mrs.Lillian GodwinMrs. Survivors Include his parents, granddaughter, Pamela Sumpter of
;" AmVeta Catholic,Church Veteran,Keystone of Post 86 of Jones Chapel of Starke with Rev. Lillian R. Godwin, 83, died Lionel R. (Bob) Hall of Lake Butler C. HandleyMr. Columbus, Ga.
, ,< ," World U.S. Army in Jess Sherwood officiating. Inter-' early Saturday morning following. and Marilyn Sexton of Sparks Nev.; Raymond C. Handley 79, of Funeral services were held July
: I II
War retired ,
a two brothers !
maintenance ment was In Conner Cemetery near sudden Illness in the Charlton Robert Hall of Sparks, Keystone Heights,died Tuesday,July in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Dr.
man for the Keystone Ralford,under the direction of Jones .Nev., and Joshua Hall of Lake Inter-
Water Works. Memorial Hospital of Folks ton, Ga. 9 In No. Fla. Regional Medical E. Winson Butler officiating.
Survivors Include his ,Funeral Home of Starke. Born in Macon, Ga., Mrs. Godwin Butler; three sisters, Jillan Hall of Center of Gainesville following an' ment will be in Edgemont Cemetery,
wife Edith
,, lived most of her life in Hawthorneand Clear' Lake, Calif. Rachel and extended Illness. of Anniston Ala. on Friday, July
, Landers; a daughter, Patricia Card of ThanksWe Joshlyn Hall, both olt Sparks, Nev. direction
MacDonald of Gainesville. She was a past ; Born Oct. 19, 1908 in Cullman under the of Chapel Hill
.' England sister Birmingham would like to express our Matron of the Order of Eastern Star his paternal grandmother Mrs. Ala., Mr. Handley moved to Funeral Home Of Annlston. Jones
': New York; a State ,and Terry three Powers of thanks for the visits, phone calls in Miami and a member of the North Hazel maternal Hall of Lake Butler'; his Keystone In 1977 from AnnIston,Ala. Funeral Home was in charge of local:
children. ; grand flowers, cards, food and most of allyour Pleasant Grove Baptist Church of grandmother Mrs. Mary He was a retired machine operator arrangements.TC .

:," Graveside funeral services were prayers, during. the loss of our Alachua.
\'+ : held in Keystone Hta. mother. Survivors include two sons, DoyalV.
Cemetery on
I Your acts of love and concern are .Godwin of Lake Butler and James
Tuesday S Michael
1 t u f"1 ? ::1, \, ( Williams officiating.JoFr., Funeral really appreciated and will alwaysbe Godwin of Hilliard; two brothers
Home remembered.The Walter Fink of Blue Ridge, Ga., andDelmus lORIOA _
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I,:'.;'.::' -:',I ,,' Mrs. Alma Parham grandchildren. ONTROLrrtrlw
" \ Arden B.DixonMr. Funeral services were held
Mrs. Alma Iduma Parham, 75 of E w
Wednesday In the Chapel of Archer u
Arden Burris Dixon, 81, of
Starke, died Monday July 4 In Funeral Home of Lake Butler With
Waldo, died Tuesday, 'July 5, in
, Whispering Pines Care Center of Rev. Jack Andrews officiating.
Alachua General of
1 Hospital
" Starke following extended illness.
Burial was in Forest Meadows East
''Gainesville extended U-
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: Born Oct. 9, 1912 in Youngstown,
/ Cemetery In Gainesville, with Ar-
Fla., Mrs.. Parham moved to Starke cher Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin
Born May 9, 1907 In Dennen W. GAS
"38 years ago from Panama City.She 1000
Waldo charge of arrangements.
Va., Mr. Dixon moved to In TOROTC
was a homemaker member of
a from Denver, Col. He 16 'cc engine
1962 was a
First Christian Church in Starke, TRIMMERS
Gilbert A. Hall
retired industrial worker, Veteranof .
and the Order of the Eastern Star_ a LightweightEasy
Gilbert Arthur Hall, 23,, of Lake
.Chapter 224.Survivors. World War II in the Merchant to Use 3100
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i li Doubles Finalists... From left to rights Frank Duguid.Joyce Van Ccben,Ted Coley and Tom CranC. ,! ',I : .'<. "': ,,
From left to right Frank Duguid, Tom Grant, Cleon and Kevin Couln. i' :, {,I"" )" .'

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against Thurston'l expert,strokes. displayed steady' all round play from, ,the Agency' 118 S., Thompson Street .( ':

Mikfc Britt an up and coming 1 t th' basellne"., nd'DujlIid. a talented net Starke .'964-4151 '
grade'player from Middleburg., took player who also teamed with Joyce' Physical Therapy' & Speech Pathology
the B division singles crown with a Van Geisen to take the' mixed '

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second set, however,,'with"a great
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Diggs, a, smooth-stroking ''player that gave them the'Winner's Orthopedics -Neurology," Pediatrics: Haircut
who son' a'' basketball 'scholarship ,'trophy.The' Neck & Back Pain,.- T.M.J., Dysfunction Special reg. 15.00
at Eckerd' University,, but 'won 'the, High.Light Special reg. 25.oo
litle ,with an' impressive display of Sports: Medlclne '
two 'met -again 'in the mixed ,Color Special rea. 20.00
Bttacking' :'tennis..AgfanowilZ doubles final when Grant teamed up Medicare Insurance and Vforker's Compensation Accepted
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Ted Coley tq play one Laura Hodges. .Jt Jennifer Bradley P.T.
A doubles 'event;: taking 'the mixed doubles matches: her in recent Friend for One
Karen Lord M.A. '
'stifle with a 6-0, 6-3 victory over'Keystone a ,, CCCSP't, I
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pair ''Ed and Steve DcKeyccr in the Grant and Coley! pulled off dome of S.R.:26': & Centre Street 486, N. Temple Ave. .,, '
finals. 'the"mo t exciting wins :in thepreliminary ('
Melrose. Florida 32666 Starke, Florida 32091 ,
The DcKeyser'j made it'interesting' rounds, ,when they By:, Appointment with Christine gym<; .
'in the, second set ,,when ,they held stunned Grabowski and 10e' Saenz, 475-3113 964-2208 or Mr. Tim' {; .' ,
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take thaI second seta,. ..( Dick and Anne Hocevar.- '
In''all-Keystone,;! ,Hcifihtj final',' Their' entertaining ,and talented ,,',.
and the'bcsl of the doubles matches, ,heroics fell just'short against Duguid "
'Frank Duguid and Tom Grant; thrilled'a and, Van' Geisen. who were
'big crowd of, fans courtside when' 'undoubtedly the best doubles players, Denmark's 4th Sale !
they teamed up 'to take an exciting: 'in the tourney., July
7-6> .((7-4 in ,the: tiebreaker).. 6-2; Duguid rarely"'misses from: the ''net
."", ,victory""]over Lee Glenn\': and Kevin and Van , a smooth
'Gouin ,in the Men's B doubles final. ,talented! player ;with an, expert's Shot'selection '
Glenn, the' bright hope, fortenthgrader'the' '' and ''great overall
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took that first tractor ride, Kathy -
said as Daniel busied himself in the s r Office ;375-2950 ,e Local ,Number 473-0266
garden inspecting tomato for bug.' II .
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age. He saw his grandfathers garden.
and wanted his own right away."
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friends of Daniel's 'who were I BEACH Iu"l
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and were 'talking about planting GIBSON14CU.FT. -
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p.m. anxlou Coll today. Roberts Real 94-4150' 964-2000' CHEAP. S-S p.m. 932 Euclid St., behind
171 FORD GALAXY 400 C.I.,:. AC, PS, Estate, 964.6262. 6/2 8tchg 7/21 pd thru 9/29 Madison St. Baptist Church. Itpd 7/7 GRAHAM 3/2.2.78 Ac., 1930 s.f., CH A $85,000
PB'116.000 mile, v.ry nlc. condition. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free GARAGE SALE Frl t Sat. Drapes, 12 go. KINGSLEY LAKE 90 en lake, 3/1'A ham. 3/T MM
Asking $795 OBO. Call 964.7763 after 5 e.tlmote. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., shotgun, bobybd high chair walker, 628 PINEWOOD: 3/,. newly remodeled $27.900
p.m, Itpd 6/30-7/7 ANIMALS & PETS Owner Tommy Rddlh. 964.8559 TF '.trollr, swing carrier color TV sofa, Rd.2301. 7 Story CB 4 from*,3/1 $43,000
179 FORD' STATION WAGONi 4 door, FOR SALEQUARTERiORSESs HOMI REPAIR painting roofing new table &, chair., tlr.., htt. RD. 16 WEST For Rent 3 duplexes'$350/mo. I'>.
run. great 630818MUST $600, Call Judy 964.8045, __ and tear off Addition, remodeling. bdprad, pots & pan, dungaree, 1204 BONDING STl CB 3/1 3/4 boo CH4A 3/4 acre 145,000
4tehg good price Call( Thomas E. Lee Construction office carpel much more. 7 mil*. South of LAKE BUTLER: Brick veneer,3/1'A boo CH4A '." 45.000
SELL 84 300ZX 5 peed.. pow.r.v.rything 782-3537 3tchg 7/7.21 964-2652 home 431-1675. 7/7TF Stark on Rd. 100 on left Itpd 7/7 SMALL FARMS 3.83 Acres,from.3/1, 1532 *.1.! ", ,/ 36.000
cruise control eo.OOO'mil. SEWING
MACHINES Sale and Service, "
PIKINESS moles left. CKIFFIS LOOP Friday, 9-9 Curtain,' MYRTLE all Interior 30.000
$8200 080. 964-5879 tH' PUPPIES whit 4 all make pm 262 S. 2/1. new -
** day cleaned oiled v
oduted, "
bedspreads, refrigerator; odd A end. Lakewood SID $109,000
3769637. 2tpd:! 6/30-7/7 964-7823 or 964-6705. Itpd 7/7 $13 All work CROSBY LAKE cedar and stone, > ,
guaranteed. Carn.rMargon <*ook for >lgn*. Itchg 7/7 $90,000
CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water
1972 FORD TORINO SPORT, PS. PB. rum Rd. 8 CR 16, James Strickland. '
MOVING SALIr Everything must gal), Fri' BR CH A. frame $ "1.000
great $400 9648616. Itpd 7/7 BOATS 964.8733. 12/3TF CROSBY !LAKI CANAL 2 1 Ba.
It75 BRONCO 44t 302 cl, ,AT. PS LAWN SERVICE for residential end commercial ,I Sat also n.xt Frl' t Sat. 9-4 p.m. NE 31$ N. MYRTLE Neat and tidy 3 BR. 2 be 'I .
\ 10th St., off 16 Ea.t. Itpd! 7/7
: 1800..I. 85.000
AM/FM cassette, whit. spoke. RVT Landscaping tree removal CONERIY ESTATES 3/2 stone fireplace,
radial, real nice 3900. 964.6174 19t$ WELLCRAFT 210 Elite XL, 260fipMercrul ,lawn vacuumed. No |lob too big or SATURDAY ONLY cancel rain 8 mile HWY.2211 2/1 from*. 3 tall born, newly rewired $33.500
,after 5 : 7/7 **, $12.000 with traitor. Call South on 301 on the right. Itpd 7/7 3000 ..f,, 2 lots ,
pm. Itpd email. Free estimate. 964-4238. 2/4TF 2 .. .. CEDAR BEAUTY at Country Club. on ,
964-7955 9648272.
Itpd 7/7- :
BRAND NEW 1987 OmnI Hat. WE DO BULLDOZER brick 215 Bradford Dr. 38.000
Dodge WORK 450 John'' GOOD LOOKING new duplex
301 North 3 mile from town, July 78.
chback 5 speed, 4 little motor 0..... $40 hour. reduced $2,000 $23.750
cyl. mileage; a per Call anytime. 9-5 7/7 201 ALVAREZ COURT BR. 1 Ba,
galvanized trailer $773. 782-3013. Itpd p.m.
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over I I'.OOO, light blu. with 7/7 182.3306.7TFchg GARAGE All i Friday and Saturday, 9-5 112S NEIl COURT 3 BR, 1 Bo, carport, owner financing 36.000
'velour Interior AM/FM stereo with K t K CLEANING SERVICES Residentialand p.m. 428 N. Broadway St., Itpd 7/7 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba. 1500 (.1.,
'memory AC 4 heating,rear window bulen, personal services, 2 FAMILY YARD SALE Frl.,.7/6 and Sat., wood from, new shingle roof carpet 50.000
defogger and wiper 2 tier glove compartment LAND FOR SALE reference available. 964.4900.3/31 TF 3 BR 2 Ba.
7/9 92 p.m* Baby swing, car seat, KEYSTONE Hilt spacious, quiet, country living, ;
map llghf and mlnl'Storage ROOFING: new roof tear off and prod, TV, baby cloth.., ladies! *lz. Lg. FR. klt/DR combo, 2000 ..!? CH&A. city water 2 .ptk tank. ..
comportment, fully reclining teat*. LOT IN CITY $6,000. App. for modular recover Work guaranteed. Call Lamar S/M toy. 503 N. Church St. Itpd 7/7 .xc. cond. Assum. mart$26,000,8%, pmts$224/mo. Sale priced I IBROOKER $ 55.000
Assume Joan of $744T. 5 year payment ham. Call 964-5764; after 5?, call Sims, 964-4331 anytime. ,Ft. LARGE YARD SALE Craft, clothe, old ,3/2 brick and from. Shady Oak S/D, extra lot 44.000
'breakdown of $128 per month I I. underwarranty. 9645251. 3/07 tin estimate 3/31 TF record, old tool, tire and wheels, MEMO DAIRY ROAD 2.23 acr...3/1 CI.CH&A so near 40.000
Call Cheryl at 964.5968 or, 'PLEASANT GROVE AREA, ,off Rd. 16, CARPENTRY WORK, remodeling toy, household goods, mist items.
5333428. Itpd 7/7 West. 12.9 acre, half cleared with 2 BR repair, addition., and roof work of all Friday 7/8 and Sat.. 7/9 9 a.m.; until. .....LOTS t ACREAGE.-.. ,
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 76 Chevy luv. 'mobile home used a*' rentalMany type. Approxj 23 year experience.No ,664 N. Water St. Itchg 7/7, HWY.32510 acre join Alachuo County line $ 25.500
.Assum payment of $150 monthly. choices for animal,, |lob too large or too small. I can CONERLV ESTATES Lot 10 $ 10.00O
u* Forming
Call DCS Motor, 964.7556. Itchg 7/7 chicken house trailer park hou'lng.ubdlvl.lon ave you money. Call anytime, MICHIGAN STREET: 2 Acre Inside city $ 10.000
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 76 Cutlass 964-7550. 3t 6/23-7/7 financed location $ 82.332
BROWNLEI RD.36.43 acres, owner great
home with Classified Ads
or a a bigI'.yord.
Supreme by assuming payments of Asking |lust$29.000. Negotiable> Will KEEP YOUR CHILD In my home. any RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted .. $ 7.000

$150 monthly. Call DAS. Motor, 964-6305 day, or 964.8970 and hour Call 964-4464. Itpd:! 7/7' Get.Results. HAMPTON 438 acre*.This property hot everything I $438,000

9647556. Itchg 7/7 964-8705 after 6 p.m. 5/12TF IAWTEY 3 acres 105th Av.., good Investment $ 15.000
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS:, 78 Fairmont MOBILE HOME PARK on Griff! Loop. NOTICE RD. 100 E: 12 acre plus fish pond wid. open spaces $ 26.000
wagon by assuming payments of S15O Hwy 100-A. Starke. Hove 4 unit andoereag. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.:20.16 acres,3 wells. 2 poles 50.000
monthly. Call DCS Motors 9647556. SCHOOLSUNITED
Itchg 7/7 for 'mor* mobile horn**. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted CROSBY LAKE LOT cleared 100'on water $ 19,800

1t71 OLDS DELTA Ml PB, PS new tires, $38,000. Call 964-6305 day: 964.8970. to the Bradford County WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Fla. Frontl.r ,$13,000

a* I I. condition. Coll 964-5494. 2tpd 964-8709 alter 6 p.m. 5/12 TF Telegraph office In writing and paid in- TRAVEL. SCHOOLS: reservo- .....COMMERCIAL.._
373 ACRES OF LUSH PASTURE\ mile advance unless credit I I. tlonl.ts l travel agent, tick*! agent, .
7/7-14 already Call t Walnut St..
SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building corner
frontog on lake Rowll. Fenced and established with this office live comput.r' training' placementassistance .
3198 .I., dean excellent condition live upstairs, have
crosfnced.f Owner financing THE TELEGRAPH STAff CANNOT BEHELD financial aid available, cor
REAL; ESTATE available. Call lay nord Ward, RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN respondence/resldent training Ac'' business downstair .Best location I Enterprise Zone Benefit

OUT OF AREA 18003427232. Suwonnee Valley Properties ", CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER :credited Member NHSC, toll free 1.-ACII15-40' South 190' on 301, 94' zoned commercial 96' zoned
122 N. Ohio Ave., live Oak Fl.:' THE TELEPHONE. 18007822480. Headquarter Clear, Open Rural, small 1 BR home B slnglewlde B CB bldg.. utility shed $ 62.000

32060. 2tpd 7/7-14, Classified, deadline I I. TUESDAY. water Fl. 88-326 WALDO 200x400 fenced zoned B-A $ 30.000
OCALA NATIONAL, FOREST Wooded NOON prior to Thursday publication. UNITED TRUCK MASTER: truck drivel LOCATION. LOCATION I This prime comm.rclclilacotion 507 W. Madison St.,

'lots, river access, $5450 Each.' No Classified, display deadline I I. TUESDAY;, training, DOT certification. job placement directly across from WD could be converted to your need
money down $65,41 monthly. Owner' \WANTED 5:00 PM., Special Classified display assistance financial old LAKE BUTLER: 12 unit trall.r park $ 53,000
1-236-4579 or 1.622.2..38. 1/7TF placement I I. NOT Guaranteed.. 1 available, 'corr.spond.nresidenttraining 301 SOUTH 135 ft. on 301, approx. 2 acre (possibly 4 ocresO $150,000
NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINS'Mog Minimum charge for classified ad I I., Accredited member NHSC. 301 SOUTH 193 ft.301 frontage S 83,000
II''. Volley Waynesvllle. 1 acre tracts-, WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA Call toll free 18003463112. Headquarters Zon Benefits $ 80.000
IS word for $3.50, then IS cent for THOMPSON STt 11,362 *.f.. brkk'Enterprie *.
10% down 10 to Good Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Stark, Clearwater, Fl. 88-327
years pay. value $ 37.000301NORTHbyEconoLodgel650ron301
each word thereafter. 301 N: 1.3 acres, MH hook-up.2 bldg.. 240 on 301, great
road, great views Century 21 High Flo. 32091. 47TFANTIQUES $120.000
Country Realty, 704 926-0891 fcan WANTED: N.ed Fostoria '
88.330 American La Casa del Sol Antique,, 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx.220 $123,000 |

'M.OOO CONTIGUOUS FLORIDA ACRES: 475-2076. morning best 6/16 4tpd 7/7 MATHEWS REALTY After Hour

Dlxl County 110 miles private WE BUY ESTATES: large or small. La Case Ann. :r.rwl'l.gar| on 473-7541
Excellent potential. Timber retained del Sol Antiques 473-2076 morning
[[S 496-2291 I
Until harvested $300 P/A. Cosh. Will best 4tpd 6/16-7/7 \ 964-4469 John Longford Matter Appraiser

subdivide Into 640 acres or more for Increased .; CARS WA.NTED.196Oa muscle car. Nova. REALTOR Paulln* Randolph 1:5r: : 964-6323

price. 205-566-1870 P.O. Box Comoro or Mustang running or not., tanLondo 964-705T

755. Tray. Ala. 36081. 88-3\9....... ,Also Big Block, Chevy. -817Su3tchg. -,- MOBILE HOMES Thornton .l,.6\..."', '6A. 223
AU TIONr ESTATE OF GRADY I.. ClARKi 6/30-7/14 Joy ,( i.-',
1985 Fleetwood. 12.2'.3 BR, 2 Ba.CI125.: 33 acres cleared'pasture..,
245.5 acre apple orchard In Haborham( BOY SCOUT TROOP SIB need camping CH4A I acre near Bedford Lk. -CR I2S 15 acres, farmhouse A 4

County. Go.. Majestic| 16 acre moun supplies and other donated material '.183 Fleetwoad 52x24. 3 BR, 2 Ba, chicken houe*.
tain retreat In Rabun County Ga. plus If you have Item you would like u* to CH4A, front/rear patio;. dbl., car 'SR 100 W: 13 acre $2300 per acre'
equipment to be offered separately. pick up to get them out of your way or
garage, Hlghrldg Estates, Keystone frontage on both sides, of hwy.
,Saturday July 16. 10 a_m. For complete would |just like to donate to u*, picas -
fits, many extra acre on Laura St., room for
City: on. '
brochur. or more Information 'call call 964-4993 or 468-1581 or write to.. County Line Nursery
HOMES several residential lot.
Rowell Realty 4 Auction, Quartermaster Troop 518, P.O. Box '
,'FmHAi Fix up 3 BR, 1 Ba, CHAA.Cltyl 1,38 Ac., great office location.
j take
1.800.323.8388fc88.317( 156, Starke, Fl. 32091 We will Landscape ,.
,Jenkins St., $13.000., City SR 100: ;35 acre*. potential '
anything. Thank 4t 7/7-28
you. FmHAl: Several nice 3 BR", 1 'V4 Ba,, commercial development area. Ownd ft Operated by David Walnwrlghl |964-63O6 |
$23.000 to $39.000. 2V4 Miles East! of Slock' on.SR In .

Colley Rd 3 BR. 2V4 ba CH&A HOMES A ACREAGE e Complete Landscaping & Design
'.' link .Union Cty 135 acre*, 2700 sq.ft.
:, :: i : garage t carport chain fenced brick ham.. ..-. Plant Sales Cypress Mulch
yard. .
,. '' 'Alochue Cty, CR 231, 10 acres pines.
,< ". d CS,. Clair St.i 2 BR. 1 Bd. CHAA. with Irrigation Design & Installation
\ 3 BR. 2 ba. CH&A quiet area.
I, ." 1 large family room. Alachu Cty: CR 139. 8.33 acre. Sodding Sprigging & SeedingAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
'W. Call St.: 2 BR, 1 ba. CHAA, guest
r 2800 s.f. CB,.large oak A hickory
( horn, 3 additionalJwlldlng lots. tree..
: 'Walnut St.: 3 BR. 2 ba, CHAA. Ideal
; (
", ,:, for the large family. BUILDING LOTS ,

,,, 'CR 225: 3 BR. 1 boo CHAA, on 1 acre Little lake Santa Fe 100x160 ft. lot"

j". -. near lowtey, for the out-of-towners." n.w septle-tank. approved for well' A
pow.r source to lot.
(:: LAND GoHvlew Subdivision 210x250 ft.
Lawteyi 125 frontage.20 acre' with 600 ft. Hwy -": lot : Accelerated 1eJty

Susan, M. Faulkner l GRI. CAB President '
"Bob Mathews, Realtor, Andy Jordan, Associate :

ERA Faulkner Realty .fnc.L ,441 Madison, St,-Starke : 964-4544 '


'c ted Hwyr 30.1' ,'2 blks. S.. of SR 100221' W. Lafayette St.. [ @ ,Hwy. 301 S. [
UAVERN H. OUTLAW : Starke. Fl* La
.CFWSTAllAKE HOMESITE, beautiful wooded lots. .. ,


; screen porch workshop, utility building, beautiful pool with large : Thinking of buying or : / Homesy I Lots / Acreage r Waterfront

screened patio, over 3/4 acre of land in town, selling? Call us/ I Farms 's/ .Commercial

CLARK ST,* 3 BR, 1 1/2 bath brick veneer,'has family room, I ,

fenced backyard.' Priced In $40. I 964-4522 Evenings & Weekends .

'NICE HOME IN TOWN: 3 BR 2 bath Ig."family room, plenty of STARKE. FL Elder. MRAR BEDFORD LAKI .'2 BR/1 BA From, CHAA, Fireplace Stove. Refrf Carpet B
Patty Kay .
David L Dodg*. MSA. CRAKe Drape, Two Dock. Workshop, SW Mobil Home lot Apx., 193x250 ft. I
kitchen cabinets, over 2,000 s.f., fenced yard. Only $49,900., 984 3370 > 904-5689 Well B Septic.SAMPSON '
*.10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES: Fenced ', 4 wells. 2 septics;' elec. pole. C. Waters Kitchen* LAKI +Two-Story log Horn, 3 111/2&1/2IA.' QUA. Slav. Refrl I II '

'GOING ELECTRONICS & HEALTH. FOOD BUSINESS: Check Kay Re*. 984-0512 Oiihwaiher, 3000 SF. Well B Septic. ,
Re* 984-6941 BRAND NEW 3 BR/1BA Apartment For Rent

.this out with our office.WATERFRONT : Opal Dickion | "- j: GREAT BUSINESS LOCATION Two-Story Black 6400 SF.1 up to 3.7 Ac, I '

: 2 BR, 1 1/2 bath, dock completely. furnished Rei 9847333 REALTORs located on Buy 301. I .
Only 38000. AppraUer* 3 ACRfS-ROOM TO ROAM 2BR/2BA Block, Formal Living-Dining Room,
Family Room CHCA. Corog Well 4 Septic. .
BUILDER'S NEW HOME: 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath, on 1 acre. $45,900. Your Full Service Real E tate Office NEAR IAWTEY t 2BR/1SA From ft 3BR/2BA Doublewld! Like New

*1 ACRE with'well & septic paved road frontage. ApprainaJ* for Residence) Farm Commercial Busine** w/Patlo B Carport CHAA Flrplace,. Well B Septic. Owner FlnoncIngGood | .

NEAT 2 BR, 1 bath starter home or investment,$30,000 and Term, 6.92 Ac. .
another at 31000. ,A Few of Our Many Listings CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES '3BR/2BA Block,- Living Dining B Family I
I Room. OUA 1416 SF, Drape B Carpet Well B Septic, Large lot. '
BRICK HOME. 4 BR, 2 1/2 bath on nice lot off Bessent Rd. 'FRAME HOME Beautiful' setting with' pecan trees, on 2 acre, paved, road., RIVER FRONTAGE 2BR/1 BA, SW/MH In Excellent Cond'' Well B Septk, I .

BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY cedar & brick home on 37 acres some 29900. 9.5 Ac. $26.000. Land Only 22000.- .
OWNER FINANCING Low down payment 10% Interest. 3/2 CB convenient to LAURA STREET 3BR/1BA Block CH/AC Unit. Stove .,, Fenced. ,
planted pines, some pasture. shopping. schools, churcha Over 1500 *q. ft. 45000. '. PINEWOOO DRIVE 2BR/1BA Block Kitchen-Dining Combo Family Room |
REMODELED FRAME; HOME on 301 N. approximately 1 acre. ALMOST NEW Home on Hampton lak.. Owner transferred. Many amenltle. Corner Lot. .

Neat. ( HAMPTON OAKSt Beautiful brick ham on 1.58. acres, 2300..f., excellent water, POLK STREET 3BR/1 BA f From, lot 50x150 Ft.,'$9.500. .

much moreDEEItWOOD, GRAND STREET 3BR/IBA Frame Well B Septic 2 Acre.
on 301 with good down
: payment, 1 mil. to Stark, quiet development with deed restriction, aver LAWTIY AREA -3BR/1BA Frame Well t Septic. 1 Acre. .

owner financing. I 1600 ..f.. Immaculate, 85000. LAWTEY -4BK/1BA From, large Living B Dining Room. Porch, Large 1
OWNER ANXIOUS to sell. Singlewide MH on 21/2 acres closeto ,14 ACRES MORE OR LESS close to Stork. On paved rood $2.000 per'acr*. lot. City Water, Septic Tank. '

Starke. ,BIAUTIFUl BRKK HOME over 2,000 q. ft,, Crystal Lake ace**. SELECTED PROPERTIES .
Stark .xc.llent 3/1\0\. eat-In kitchen and mor.
GREAT BUY neighborhood
LAWTEY AREA: Fix up home on 1 acre. $17,900 20 ACRES SW Mobil. Horn, 2 Well., Septic Tank. Planted Pine.
WALDOl. Neat 1400 ..f., 3 bedroom. CHA $34.000 45 ACRES Brooder
BRICK HOME on over 5 acres. 3 BR, 2 Ba. has been reduced.. 'BRICK ON MORGAN RD.i 3/2. CHAA an two acre*., 10 ACRES Will Divide. will, Pecan Dlvld Grove Owner Wall Financing B Septic.w/Good Owner Term.FlnaM'lng. .

BUSINESS IN STARKE; make an appointment to see. NEAT AS A PIN New roof. new bathroom close la Stark.., 10 ACRES Will Dlvld. Pecan Gray, Fish Pond, Owner Financing.'
LOCATION In Stork.. cu.tom horn on 9 ocre.., ,
35 ACRES wooded land. Reduced. 'LOCATION 3 ACRES t Good Commercial Location on Hwy 16W.
..* ACRES Zoned for Mobil Home. '
Lease/Purchase | ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil Horn. S3.00O., . Call One of Our Professionally .'NEW You pick the carpet. In Stark. 3/2. CH1A. $3,000 down $500 per mo. FIVE ACRES HWY 301 South. ,

HEW COUNTRY COLONIAL\ acre,. 3/2, CHCA dbl garage. $2,000 dn., LOT ON HWY 301 SOUTH Good Business location..
Staff Today.9645069: SoOO/mo. LAKI GENEVA <* large Lot; 100 ft. on the lak.. ,

LAROE BRICK HOME on Mimosa Dr., near ....p., 2700 ...., CHtA and more, LAKI LOTS Crosby A Sampcen. Owner Financing' .
Hours Call' $2.000 down $700/mo., 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.

ITralned, Associates Call Us About | I LARGE AREA OP LAND Northeast Section" City.IF I



.Darlene(: Spry..964-8420 Goawln..468-2503 REALTOR 'Invite Inquiries On Our. Other Listings

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Starke' Area, AdsMOBILE Keystone Area, Ads Union County AdsWANTED :*:

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KEYSTONE CENTER ,.'*.xcutlv :
TWO BEDROOM HOMI In Crystal Lake pecan FOR SALE' BV OWNER it.197* Mustang, BASEBALL CAIO COLLECTIONS Especially 8 .
paneled officespace $225 month. SALE Saturday July 9, a.mMto
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, mobile hOme HomeSite per AT, PB, FM clean. low
PS. ,
partially furnished $260 473-4961,3/19 tfnchg tape collection from the Hffl er before. $ p.m. Rain or Shin,, Bed crib,
park on Griff I* loop Acreage lor moremobile month plus $150 dpolt. Now taking KEYSTONE CENTER 500 sq. ft office or mileage, new paint. (2800. 473-4426. Will pay lop price Please call maternity baby' assorted clothes,
home* or lot*.' 138,000. Call application, 964-9734.8tchg 6/30-8/18 Itchg 7/7
496-3680. 6/30 7/14
h6220 mo 473-4961. 3/19 3tchg mlc. Item UCI hauling, Ralford-623
after S:X p.m..,964-8970 or 964.8705,' DISUTISU MOTILi nice clean room ef- per ,, IMS SUBARU DL WAGON $ peed, Drlv. 7/7
tfnchg Dogwood 11chg. ,
3/3TFo| front wheel drive
flclencie really condition
room available' mobile good
ZERO DOWN PAYMENT.: ..! .uemied. home for ,rent mobile home parking S570O, 473-7140, 2tchg 7/7-14 HELP WANTED """""
home w/larg' living room d/r, bath,
owner* 733-8211.4tchg 6/16-7/7 pace for rent. 782-3332. 2tpd 6/30-7/7' large deck overlooking lake. Dock B' """" I
SACRIFICE 28.60 doublewlde for $339 ONE ROOM FURNISHED COTTAOI. $200 laundry focllltl available. 4732919. HOMES FOR SALE GOOD !PEOPLE,< GOOD PAY !f GOOD
month Call 733-0313. 4tchg 6/16-7/7 month utllltle Included on South 100. 5/26 tfnchg BENEFITS Come In and talk with u.. 13ACRE PARCELS 160 acre, farm,
A-I MOIRE HOMES... the nation' 9647255. 2tpd 6/30-7/7 1 BR COTTAGE near library. Furnished NEW GENEVA SPRINGS Condo. 2 BR. 2 Lake Butler' Apparel 6SO S.E. 2nd would make ,nice horse farm, low -
(lorget retailer of mobil home. FURNISHED 2 BR trailer, $240 month plus AC. lake privilege. $240, month.' BA, LR, DR.utility room, fully Street Lake Butler 4963601. tfn/chg ,down payment owner financed Ap "
733.8317.4tchg 6/16-7/7 No pet.964-7047 2tchg 7/7-14 '.473-4961 6/2 tfnchg kitchen AC, garage, .. equip; 1/21 prox. 1/2 acre, 'paved road ,with 2
GLAMOUR 8ATM. .Inglewlde,, '88 GOOD PASTURE FOR RENT hoe good GET PAID for reading book.I $100.00 '
ON LAM GENEVA 2 BR.1 Vt BA family p.m. "'chg6l16-7n bedroom mobile horn. on SR18 Hal
mod*!. Cathedral ceilings, furnished fence. Call and (leave title Write PASE.E710. 161 $. llncolnway .
mag room beautiful hardwood floor In BV OWNER Keystone Club Estates.. 3 per and A* oclot*.. 496-3939 tfn/chg
complete delivery and Ml up under 7823894. Itpd 7/7 large LR/DR. Slav ft refrigerator fur- BR,,2 BA, concrete block with central N. Aurora II. 60542..6/16. 12/31 :,
$169 month. Call today, 733-0139. TWO BEDROOM BLOCK HOUSE completely 4tpd. 7/7 (.1 of Lake well and ,
nlshed. laundry a dock facllltle Im air a heat Wooded lot. utility shed ACRES Eat Butler I,
4tchg 4/16-7/7 unfurnl.hed. $200 month plus 'maculate. 4732919. 6/9 tfnchg with power A many extra $39,900 """ septic tank. Small barn, completely ,
OWN FOR LESS THAN RENT. 1988 $100 deposit 706 MacMahon St., 2 BR, 1'/ IA TOWNHOUSE -> with stove; 473-2313. 4lchg 6/23-7/14 FOR RENT' fenced. Call 4963644. Itchg 7/7 1 r
doublewlde for under J30. Call today 964.5882.Itchg 7/7 refrigerator dishwasher turnlthed. 4r
733 6W8. 4tchg 6/16-7/7: ONE BEDROOM TRAILER)' $187.50 per W/D hookup In attached near """* ...\
Wl BUY USED mobll ham... Call month. Also trailer spaces, full hook. .chool./ 473-3681. 4tchg 616.77SILVER garage FOR SALE CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnlihed 1 I "
733-8317 4tchg 6/16-7/7 up, $8.50 dally, $32.50 weekly, $108.00 LAKE nke house,,,2 BR. all electric* central heat and"" CARS/TRUCKS ::;
YOUR' CUOIT might not b*at bod at you monthly. lot Valley Campground, Screen porch, very pool table. great swim NEW AUTOMATIC free arm, left In layaway air, private paved road, laundry and : I'.'
,think Nd. a mobll horn? Call to- 964-576O."pd" 7/7 *kl. Week of July 16-33: 33-30; Aug. never ued Orlg $689, balance park playground. Near schools, ho.p.;" 1977 PORSCHE 924 Ale;AM/FM stereo, "
day. 733 8317. 4tchg 616.77TRADI..TRADI..TRADI..your .TWO BEDROOM furnlihed trall.r In 20-27 and 27-Sept 3. .73-2<<0. 2tpd $219 or payment $28 month, 25 year tate focllltle PINES SR-121 eat Lake Block, sunroof, good condition 6000. ,', S
used park; no pet. $250 deposit $250 6/30-7/7 guarani., will d.llver.73-7862., 6/23 Butler. Call 496-2366. Two children Call 4962101 day; "496-3319 night ,:
mobll,home, Call 733-0294. 4tchg month. Call 9642456. Itpd 7/7 SPRING LAKE 3 BR. 1V4 BA fully fur. tfnchg 'max., and no pet, chg/tfn 5/21 6/30,3tchg. 7/7
6/16-7/7 SINGER ATHENA 2000 auto free arm.
nl.hed $330 wk. 47 -2219. Itpd 7/7 "
EASY BUY Nice 3/2 doublewlde Orlg $789, balance $191 or payment '' .
:CH4A, stove. refrigerator, reference re'
fireplace and mor. Move or stay on' quired. $100 C&Dd.pool $260 month $28 month with' good \( established LOST/FOUND ,
rental lot. Pay balance" its your.. Or 9647625. Hod 7/7 MOBILE HOMES 'credit Free home trial. Guaranteed "I N
pay ,11.000 down and assumepayment. \HOUSE FOR RENTi 2100*.f., 3 BR.,2 bath, \\.73.7862.6/23 tfnchg CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted MALE BORDER SHEPARD Black With\ tan "
*. 9646849. Itehg 7/7 living room den,screened porch' 1979 MOBIL HOME 13X60, 2 BR, 1 BA to the Union County Time office marking, 'lost UCI routing area' Call
I4x5ai two bedroom mobile horn, furnished CHAA. $379 month. 964.4908 (after 6 on corner lot close to town,16000. WANTED In writing and paid In advance 431-1317 or 431-1953 Itfr. 7/7 .d;,
central air all electric, 2 por-: p.m.'964-6636))..2tpd 7/7-14 473-2730. 4tchg 6/30-7/21 unless credit I i. already established! ",:
che, utility room, to be moved. $7993, STATE EMPLOYEES need home clot to 3 BR, 2 BA Fleetwood do bl.wld. LAKE COTTAGE In Keystone; Height,, with this office I TRADE ,
negotiable. 468.1707. 2tpd 7/7.14 your work? W* have, clean mobile mobll horn built In 1985. Excellent Wanted to rent for 1 or 2 weekend In THE'TIMES STAFF 'CANNOT BE HELD, SWAP OR ',\;
MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 1986 Fleetwood home available 468-J323. 10/8 TF 'condition. Furnlihed $9900.,,"' -1575. ;'July.' Betty .73..213. Itpd 7/7 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN '" '
14x60, excellent condition, ,WALDO VILLAS unfurnl.hed 2 BR 6tchg 6/30-8/4 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER :WILL TRADE BATTERY OPERATED (j'
783-3370. 3tpd 7/7.1. townhouw, 1,carpet CH&A.. 468-1971. THE TELEPHONE. CHILDREN CARS A big' foot, a "
Equal Hauling Opportunity. 3/10 TF HELP WANTED BUSINESS Classified deadline I I. MONDAY 5 hlghrlder and a coyote, with ,pare
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utllltle OPPORTUNITY P.M.. prior to Thursday publication part and chargers for Bottom John ,
FOR RENT paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia' CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring I Summer B Minimum charge I is 19 word for$3.SO,. boat and trailer Call ,,496.3327.ltpd.. ,I '
Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Career opportunltte Excellent pay. OWN' YOUR OWN BUSINESS 10 Textile then 15, cent for each word thereafter 717" t (A. '

LAWTEY. APARTMENTS now ,taking application World travel Call (Refundable) screen print business for sole. All '
,NEWLY pECORATEDi everything furnish- for 1 & 2 bedroom apartments 1-518-4393734 Ext. P3339A. 3tpd 'equipment and supplies needed for ". HOMES FOR SALE : <.i:ti{
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video ; CHaA, fully equipped kitchen 6/30-7/14 printing T-hlrt, cap, jacket and ,FOR SALE, ,I "
room available. Will accept one child, drape, 782.3531, New Manager. Equal uniform Will provide training and setup i ," t,
no pet. Palm Apt., 2313 N. Tempi Hauling Opportunity. 4/14TF Information 473-2915. 3tchg GOVERNMENT; HOMES from $1 (U .. ;S I.:
Ave.. Slork 32091. 10/29 TF THREE BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde YARD SALES 6/30-7/14 STORAGE HOUSES Need extra >torage repair). 'Delinquent tax property. "',i: r,.%)1
ADULT PARKt Clean 2 BR mobll horn, mobile home, CHtA. large lot In coun pace? We have 5.10 and 10x10 mini Call ,1(80)681-6000( ) \;..,, ;'; ,f.\ ':i t1)Reposs.ssions.
,A mile from city, NIc neighborhood 'try. 468-1323.6/97? MOVING SALE Sat., July 9. 9 a.m. Raw, warehouses. Hale and Associates Ext. GH-1136, for current repo Ii.,. 6/2 : 1.,11, !
468-1323.10/8TF ,THIEIBEDlooM, TVi bath, clean, clo*' .boot gun, clothe, tool, dl.he*. Take LAND FOR SALE '496-3939tfnchrg.,1/7 8tpd. 7/21, .' t' ,'
FURNISHED ROOM with air all utllltle to priKMi. Call 4681323. 6/9TF 332-A off 21 at "Jiffy" follow *lgn*. ,PIANO with d.humldiler.;"' $500. Three
paid Irony $37.50 per week. THREE BEDROOM 1V4 bath CB horn In 3679 White Sand Road., Itpd 7 n' ,' COMPLETELY REBUILT doublewlde' and pd .Khwlnn wheel bike,. ,NeW' \
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St., by Pot ,city limit, clot to $Southtld Elemen r JULY B 1. Baby Item, children" I adult land Keystone area. $29,900. tome tire, .excellent condition. Two man ., ." ,
Office.TF tory. $375 month, first 'and lat clothe, lot of miscellaneous. 1% mile 'owner financing. 473-9090 or 473-7237' I plastic boat Call 496-2776 It hg. 7/7 .
.MOBILE HOMES 3 BR. 1 BATH WITH AC;' 964-5423 day. 468-2870 night. 6/23 east of 100 from Keystone traffic light., Ak,for Judy. 4tchg 6/23-7/14 It; 'TWO" SMALL SOWS Eight pig. $135 for, .. ... "
COVERED PATIOS .1, MILE TO, 8tchg 811TRAILER 5th St.' behind White Elephant. Bar,, 9 ';all. Call 496-3332 Itchg.:.7(7' < ;
,DOWNTOWN STARKEii. ,964-7498, ., IN COUNTRY 2 BR. 2 bath, nicely a.m-5 p,m.' )Itpd 7/7 "
,4/14TF furnished, under shady tree*. 1 child NOTICE,
IN TOWN clean 2 BR house on shadedlot max. $235' month plus depoilt MISCELLANEOUSPACK :
CHtA carpet Pr.f.r quiet workIng 964.6714. 2tchg 6/3O-7/7. '" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING1(should be ub- ;Now Leasing-
adult No p."*. For appt to view' 1/1 HOUSE IN TOWNt 't:yr.. lease,. ell and trad coll.cti-- mined to the lake Region Monitor office '
call 964-6680 after 3 p.m. $235 month ,available, July 1., $350 month plus RAT f and Buy, furniture,' In writing and paid In advance' Forest Park Apartnj nts
plus security depolt. Firm. 5/5TF. deposit, 'no pet*. 3/2 house on the ble Item antiquesUsed much I Unless' credit I I. already established '
,PINE FOREST APARTMENTS now taking' lake, hoe washer and dryer hookup, glauwar |wlrynd more. with this office.MONITOR .' An apartment complex designed for moderate / :
application for 2 and, 3 bedroom portion of yard I Is fenced In; available Com Me for yourteH. One mile ea.tof STAFF CANNOT BE HELD income families, No rental assistance y : / ': r;'. '1''
apartment, stoning at$195 and $215. July 1.450 month plus depotit. 1 yr*.. Keystone Height on Highway 100.. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN available.Attractive \'& Z BR/1 lia npla..' : "1
CH&A. fully equipped kitchen' cabl. leo...William D. TIHin tic Real Estate 4732183. 6/3, tfnchg 'CLASSIFIEDS WHEN" AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER range, refrigerator, carpet central heat & air;
Ieody. 1530 W. Madison St., 964-6312, Broker 964-5069. Itchg 7/7 ;THE TELEPHONE. patio and laundry. Free water, sewer &' -
Mon-Frl 9-3 p.m. Equal Housing Op ON HAMPTON LAKEi 3 BR,2 bath house Classified deadline I is ll:00"a.m. prior garbage. Rent $185 $22O minimum.,
portunity. 3/19TF 'kitchen furnished, central heat air, no .to Thursday publication.
'SOUTHERN VILLAS OF STARK 1 II now pet*.'468-2704. Itchg 7/7 Minimum charge I Is 15 word for$3.50, For Information/ApplJcetlont
taking application for 1 6 2 bedroom CO'S' CHECK U'S'' OUT Clean rental then IS. cent for each' word thereafter Forest Perk Apartment 775 ME let Street Lake Butler Fl 32O54

.. apartment $199 0".4.)kitchen$219 ,month cable I home tailored to your pay chedul.. ,Florida County, Map (904)486-3430 E.H.O.,
vCHeAMtlully equipped
t tX* ,16t.g.. '<3. .. Private park, laundry' and playground.' All In One' Book -" .. ,
r TF' rt 1'; PIMM,SRI2>7: south of SRIOO In
lk w''II; .a11. + ''''.A.o'Ij |just
Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. '
lake Butler
3/M The /unshine State has 67 counties -, PERSONAL SERVICES

,and 96,000 miles of roads. To LAKE BUTLER HPflHTmEIlTS
T.H.E.Apartments.. '" > .' ): .... ', "v'C;>.'<:,')' ), 'travel and:find the opportunities, it PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile ij
',) ,::',;'. Wanted ;"," ? horn*. pool. deck,tidework Free Now faking applications I fo '1-2-3-4 bedroom units, These
I ,<,':, ''-.".v.:5': << ,,:. has to,offer- land,, lakes. streams,. estimate Call Rob 473,3390. 6/2 all-electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have
')',w.>;,.ft- Clerks 0f>$/' f.*: '/ .forests or wildlife r" county maps ,tfnchg wall-to-wall carpet'crapes and kitchen appliances:Orvslte laundry
; GUTTERING Tear off, haul
"tApplY'Ln'I \Champ :: become a necessity, facilities: Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.
I I 922 E. Brownlee St. I ,, --, ,. r away and ,replace. Quality work, '
:S .''.JFood Stores A county map book Is currently Reasonable rate*. Call Keith 473-0768. For application/ and' Information

2 & 3 BRs AvailableLow .,C'<':''.!,'>' "" available.. All 67 large scale maps- 6/30 tfnchg Please too us at Gr: '
::Lam' tiak e t areaY KERR LAWN SERVICE \ Clean cut yard
i )t of each together withan and Starke 1005 SW 6th Street
>"''''' ; A..MJut; : :; one county Free estimate, in Keystone
Income, ; \:A.CllU. ....,....., '< index to communities and useful area. call 964.3381. 4tchg 4/30-7/21 i, Lake Butler Fl 32054 I.w"' vU"'I

,Housing LJ <.'/ ,,.:, -Shlfts/ %;<'. information are contained in the 160 LAWNS MOWED''t $12 average lawn, Or Call 496-3141 Opportvnuy ____ 'I
''I"Mustbe.2f'?' some lightly .higher. "73-<<155, 4tpd

964-7133 tou HOOS"w ,. ; :errs.;:Olt page book You may obtain the Florida 6/3O-7/21
l '.v.', :'.'" >;>!,' I' ,:'.\ >>,' ,.:, County,Maps book with large SEWING MACHINES CLEANED.oiled and
adjust tension In your ham. Special
22x 16 inch double spread size pages $14.95. lI.pal"all, brand 'Work '

by sending $11.50. to;' Bureau of guaranteed .4737862.+,'7n.I"FR.712 NORTH ,CAROLINA MOUNTAINS

David41 wson Paint Er Body Shop Maps, Box 53 7,''Tallahassee, Florida -< WILL tfnchg BABYSIT i in my home Daytime or Small

Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates 32314. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks. evening hour Reference available./ House and 1 acre located on 4-lane'highway.' butliveable. '

No calls 473.3732. 4tchg 7/7-28 $24,500. Pay $3,000 down assume. loan., .
for delivery. telephone
.' CR 229 NW 28th St Starke 964-6133 please ,_.orders received,Only by HOME IMPROVEMENT, repair, oddl; 1.'Acre'of land, trout stream,:4 lane hwyv'frontage, Dandy.
1 lions or complete building. 30 year
mail.; experience serving Bradford and Clay building site: '$12.500w' ;, Pay $2,500'down3 .,

Counties 473-4018 5/28 Hn/ BR house.; acres.,;large stream. In front yard,;Lovely.
FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
House out of level?? laflu Levelingservice setting. 2 storage'bldgs.,,' ready 'to move1nto.$55.000Pay$5,000down .

,. for all your foundation repair., and move' in.. .
Elixson Wood .Products: Inc.: 73-7721.719 tfnchg '
These are a few of over 2,000 listings:,'We have all ,types,
of property from $700 per ,acre and up. We have small \

'Cypress Mulch Pine Bark' [. V. DURRANCE tracts. We also' have' several cabins, houses, old farms, etc. ,

TRAI Write or. call today for a free listing brochure..'You can call
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1 r, PROFESSIONALSECRETARX free ,by dialing 1-800-438-7421,: ,

We 'Also ,Have. Red Heart 'Cypress Lumber CHEROKEE LAND COMPANY' 0 MURPHY, 'N.C.: 28906
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Armed Forces...

Starke Area ,Ads
PvU John JonesCompletes l

Basic .j
Army National Guard Pvt. JohnP.

Jones, son of Violet L.'Jones of
HELP WANTED COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ,FOR SALE Lake Butler, has completed basic

RENT/LEASE/SALE training at Ft. Dix, N.J. The worlds largest lake Is the Caspian Sea with an area of 143,244 square

AMERICAN STUDIOS. INC. Cor..r BRADFORD PAWN SHOP In Stark. It receive the training students

Photoflroph and Sol.s Consultants,. now buying selling and trading quality instruction in drill and .-. --
Advancement travel, salary-bonus.. FOR LEASIt 1,000 sq. ft., 301 South used cameras and equipment ceremonies,weapons, map reading,. miles.GLORIA'S
Send oddr.iMd 'omped envelop acres from. new KOA/Wolmart, 964.5440. let"us buy your used camera. tactics, military courtesy, military
964-8848 '964 8447, or eves, 473-3627 MVSIp HOUSE: isnlli }
to John Bosch P.O. Box 410609. 2tchg 6/30-7/7 Justice, first aid, and Army history }
CharloM, N.C. 78241-0609 or'call 4/16 tfnchg MARK FIVE PACESETTERS processor and traditions. '
Mon.Frl, 9.12, 1-800-737-4684. fcM.332 FISH CAMP: totally equipped tavern Compukwlk 2. Compugrophlc 73OO a He is a 1981 graduate of 'Union INSTRUCTORS: Richard KeDogg & Gldria"Bryant
MAKE A LOT Or MONEY! Demand for mobMe home, lakefront acreage. Copy Writer IV, color separators, plate County High: School LESSONS: Guitar Banjo at Electric Bass
finance 10%, John CurlsUnited
product li fantastic) National company ,owner tooter, like new Varltyper 600 Laser CaD :
and opportunity. for management. Loury 904-736-1441. fc 88 334 Completes Basic
4-COP LIQUOR LICENSE Bradford County
1.800.621.0043. 88-333 SPRING SALE On quonset arch style
SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, Full time for sale,Good for any retail liquor buildings: 35x38: $3788.: 33x48 S378B, Army Private Eddie M. Keith, att.' ass *
business, I I.... 'lounge, of Ida M and Green Keithof
package store 'grandson
or port/(11m.. Apply at Town 4 Country 40x58 $4788.: 50x78 $7788. Call Standard ;
Exxon, 800) S. Walnut. 3tchg 7/7-14 restaurant bar motel ,fraternal Steel, 1-800-668-5106. 88-321 Lake Butler has completed tne Something Good is Cookin71 J
food soles Brokers
NEED SUMMER INCOME Or full-time. lodge No required. INVENTORY CLEARANCES METAL basic field artillery cannoneer
|lob? Call Teresa for Information. Sell protected Call, George- 813-786-4322! BUILDINGS 30x40x13 $46SOj:' 30x50x14 course at Ft. Sill, Ofcia. at Ii
Avon today. 44-4l03. Itch, 7/7 6/16 Stpd 7/14.- $5750; 40x60x12 $7495; 40x75x14, During the course students were I ,
WANTED*, EXPERIENCED SEWINGMACHINE WAREHOUSE OP INDUSTRIAL;SPACE) 3 $9380; 50x100x14 $13.795.: 100x100x16, taught the studies of a howitzer or
OPERATORS) BOM rote $S "units left' 3,000 .f. to 9.000 s.I., or'will'. 23995. PIONEER BUILDING SYSTEMS, gun section crewman. They also D
per hour plus 10% to 14% bonus. paid build to lull. Office, restrooms's" \ 512.389.3664. commercial and storage received instruction in communications jAE !
twice a year.a good operator should. cellent business' address ''In New Industrial application U 88-318 maintenance and the handlingof i ,
make between S3.SO to $6 per hourwith Park city water t .sewer, paved LUMBER) treated and bright pine. Allsiozet. ammunition and explosives.He I C
bonus. Plant Is cool and comfortable street. Toir odvantage Enterprise. 2x4x8, treated $1.79: nottreated is a 1987 graduate, of Union
Call 1-481-4361 Bob SchneiderIp' Zone Owner 'financing available. G K* $1.59; treated, 2x6x16 $ ,County High School. lELSI
'mor* inlo. Hawthorne area Itchg Ely 47333.2 or 964-5394. Itchg 7/7 Smith lumber 4682624. 7
7/7, FOR lENT Office space or retail sales miles South of Starke on 301. Itchg 7/7 Sp. Eugenia Riggs : O O I
Storke. $300
LIVE area. Downtown per 1/4" W CDX
Now in West
month. John. TF Germany
spend daytime hours coring for.ld.rly $7,99; 5/8" $1070; 3/4" $12.75,
woman.. Call 783-3716. Itpd 7/7 Stephen Smith Lumber, 468-2624. 7 Army Spec. Eugenia A, Riggs.
CASHIER/STOCK PERSON] applications y mile South of Storke on 301. Itchg 7/7 daughter of John E, Riggs of Live : See Us And Find !>fr '
are now being taken for full-time position PERSONALSA ,OaK and Patricia'' A. Starke of ., YCome, Outt"?. .My.> I

: ,Apply In person at Pep-O Food STEEL BUILDINGS 40x75x12 $3.43 ft; Keystone Heights, has arrived for :Look! for ,Our Grand Opening? Soon =,
Mart. 620 S. Walnut. 3tchg 7/7-14 '40x100x14 $33 ft; 50x100x16 $3.32 fti; duty in West Germany. 1 t
,THE CITY OP STARKE Is accepting application WONDERFUL FAMILY( EXPERIENCE Scandinavian 60x100x14 $3.OS ft; 70x100x14 $2.90 ft; I Riggs is a material storage and 1601 'N:? Temple :; II III
for a laborer for the Sanitation European 100x100x12 $2.76' ft: Allied Steel handling specialist with the 496th Avenue.k
Students arrlv .
8 Trash Department. Must b. atleast High School Exchange forAmerican 1.800.635.4141. 4tpd 6/16-7/7 Supply Company. She is a 1986 : :

18 years of og.: Apply City Hall, Ing In August Intercultural Become a host Student family Exchange. ,SEARS CLOTHES DRYER $100, call graduate of Keystone Heights High'- I I' Starke, ,. ,
Merrell 0... Office. Itchg 7/7 fcon 964-2227, 6/23 3t 7/7 School. I
ABSOUUTHY ,FUN) Immediately hiring 18-329'. Coll800SIBLING., 'WASHING MACHINES*: $50 each, heavy, Open:
supervisors' for our seasonal party duty from laundromat.,Call ,964.4831. I
:plan: Great Income. Fr. supplies and 6/23 4tchg 7/14 People once believed the best : Sunday Thursday 11 a.m. ill 10
training. Must b. enthusiastic and will. FOR SALE TOMATOES FOR' SALE call''782.3625 1
time to plant was by the lightof
Ing to -work..,Great opportunity for alter 4'30 p.m. 2tpd 6/30.7" Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. ill 11 P.rn..J:
homemakers and retirees. Coll MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. BLUEBERRIES U PICK! $SO lb. or we will the full moon:

Margaret collect 904-878-1238. Leave $14.99 per month Call 964.6946. tfn, pick. Call 783-3943 783.3344, or 1.- m- m
message on machine. Itchg, 7/7 NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 7823777. 2tpd 6/30-7/7
EASY WORK) EXCELLENT PAY I Assemble Measures 34x36". 25 cents each Great PRESSURE TREATED PLYWOOD) ''ft"
products at home. Call for Information for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, $10.99; 3/4" $15.75: Stephen Smithlumber
5046418003. e.t. A9579. 4tpd 135 W. Call!St 9646305. 468-2624 Itchg 7/7 TEE. FACTORY
6/16-7/7 Medicare FOUR BURNER GAS STOVE excellent TRAINED sTAfE
FOOD SERVICE full and port.11m., cook recipient with a qualifying condition shape, set up far bottle gas, $175.' Call of Starke
waitress available CERTIFIEDCONTRACTOR
cleaning position 782.3013. Itpd 7/7
for Informa
call toll free number more
Call for appt. 5332050. Camp Blan- tion. 1-800-445-4174. Icon 88-325 TRAVEL TRAILER 34 ft, excellent condition John E.Curies, Broker

ding 5/26 Stchg 7/14 ,ALICIA HAY In rolls under born; Delivery 964.5123. Itpd 7/7
RESIDENT MANAOERi mature couple available. Arthur .Goskins. 783.3727. ,PEAS U PICK, $6 or we pick $8. Morgan US'301 South, Starker Ra.,. 964-8447 !' Home 473-3627 AVAILABLE I
4, wonted for 44.unit rental property In Rd. a Hwy. 16. Call 964-6521. Itpd 7/7

'Starke..,Apartment management ,xp.,' BLUEBERRIES 5/26TF FOR SALE,: Longnecker ''UTILITY SHED $300 like' new. 964.7733after EAGLES NEST HOMES Handi-House Portable
beneficial', .
maintenance exp. required.Must 12:00. Itpd! 77INTERNATIONAL
U picked on order Open
Form pick or
be bondable, no 1'.,.. Salary plus Mon.Thundol' 8.1; Friday S Saturday single row corn picker,

apartment A utilities,Send resume to 8.6. Closed Sunday.,Take SR 26 2 miles, run good. .$695.. .Call 782.3355.'2tpd Buildings.. .
of Palm P.O. Box
H.rltag.1110' Coast
7/7-14 ,
East of 301. I.7 miles North on CR 1469 4
10293. Clearwoter;' Fl. 3461ft Equal 'Farm 468-2483 Home. 475-1151' or SLEEPER 'SOFA", In fair'' Condition, $ O"\
Opp. Employer. S/26TF 964.6174. Itpd 7/7 No Down -
473-2703. Btchg 6/9-7/28 I ,. 4a
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $J95. Call'' ,GOOD USED COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT; U-PICK-PEAS: Zipper and Purple Hull $6, : ; i ,
1,1"- 040. North Fla., R.ol Estate Col-1\ washers dryers Ice and Ice cream, We hove pea Sheller, you .hell'SI.' Payment ,

lege. 7/30TF fr......;" reach-In coolers etc. StarkeKOA Lawtey,.782';3928. or782.3268.ltchg7/7 Severed toChoose
(Campground, 964-8484. 6/9 Btchg .. .. "f.
Interviewing for RE ,Associates. For From
mar. Information or a confidential In.' 1128" iHIANO ,luxurious. Contemporary Home, Kit Form or Erected, .
'FOR SALEt Responsible party to ,1000 ft, Single level to 3600 ft. 2
terview please-,call Dean, Weaver, low sq. sq. Story
473-7653 6123TFGOVEIINMENT take beautiful up console monthly piano.payments Call toll free on, Ask to view our model home ALSO HAVE C & C MINI STORAGE FACILITIES'

JOBS)$18,037 to 69405. '1-800-346-J450. Stpd 6/30-7/14 ,
Immediate hiring. Your area. Call
(refundable) 15184593611. exK F-377 engine, PS.: PB, AC. for Federal list..24 hrs. 31 pd 6/23-7/7
CB, stove and refrigerator. Michelin
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Singles Champions...
Barbara Crabowikl (far left)and Ed Agranowlti(center) won their
re.pectJ-ve A division single July 4th at the Our Country Day Tennis Tourney
held each year In Keystone Heights. ,
CralrawiU I*a lint Unw winner but AgranowlU has woo the single title..
bere a record eight time,lone with eight double tiUaa.

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I. Agrahowitz, Giabp\vski Take Titles in OCD Tennis UItTLIk e

By Mark Frledlin lead." Agranowitz said after his Grabowskt pulled I back from big :Thurston's deadly sliced! return of
IVCT Staff Writer close: 7.,, 6.3 victory "Instead, deficits in both sets 0-3 in'tN' = serve and her excellent all-court ,
I Ed Agranowitz fended off a because he was playing so- well the First and 1-4 in the second, to; stage play.
surprisingly strong' challenge from, reverse almost occurred,'He went up the biggest comeback ever in''' the Changing'her match strategy in the } 4
Kris Gouln and .Barbara GrabowskI 2-0 and continued to play smart, ,women's singles final taking the middle of both sets, Grabowski
staged 'a thrilling'comeback in some steady tennis throughout the first crown with a ;,7-5 7-6 (7-5)), win over .began her comeback with some
,of the most -exciting tennis action set. It was a great match the crowd Thurston',' a;'highly skilled ''veteran, carefully planned approaches to the :
in the history, of the event, as the was applauding good strokes for player with a great 'variety of 'net ,that(;'resulted in several crucial .
pait won division singles titles in' both players, and he rose to 'the strokes. It was a Battle...
'the Our Country Day in 'Tennis''Tournament ''occasion," Qrabowskt tried to' stay'back on the See Page 11B Single finalists Barbara Crabo........, at left and. !,Connie Thurstoa.i I
'. Monday Keystone The champion said one o( the most, baseline in the beginning of both
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;, Prom left to right Kris Couln Ed Agruowltz.Ed DeKeyier and Steve DeKeyser.

,Agranowitzi;, a'classy: veteran who ,challenger',play was the ':fact that
.' ,has' won", eight ,'Singles' 'doubles' titles in 'a reign that began jend of each set. Gouin controlled the
'in 1978,/said'h1s'ltlatL, ) forrth>a,,pace of rtre""Tnat'Jrh'' Y feaf'Agranowitz ..
match backfired against Gouin a ; with over 200 titles in
KHHS grad,who signed a full tennis the sport and a'' former national.
Scholarship at Liberty University; ranking usually handles with 'case. ,
"He's- younger player who had Agranowitz had 'some interestingnews
never played in this- final so my for the top players in the area
/ plan, was to 'win the toss hold my when he, announced after the final
first serve, break his service ''while'he that this would be his'')lat year in
,was still settling down, then hold singles competition ,in this event.
serve again and take a quick 3-0 'The event and the people/ here are ,
great but I think I will take June and
July off from tennis for a few
years"' said Agranowitz who now
teaches mathematics: at Keystone
Heights High School. "It will be VISA
interesting lee who, plays' in-the
final next year."
KHHS grad Barbara Grabowski and =J
Melrose resident, Connie "Thurston'
thrilled what turned out to be one of ': .
the largest crowds''tn the history,of j
the event when Iheir' match turned '
'out' to be'the closest of the singles
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News 'Briefs Whitehead. Hall said. bedroom'of the victim during the Holden had left the store but was I Patrolman O., E. Hayes!: An
fie under apparently bill chin portioned the ri night of July 4, according to Investigator located at 709 Orange St. Holdeo employee'of Jessie's Lounge said
and the woman David Aderholt.Tbe next answered the door and charged at McDuffU, put a bottle of gin In her
) : tried to wrestle it away. The gun morning the victim McClain with five-foot steel rod la
{ realized money a pants and attempted *leave
:,, Lake Butler ,Man girlfriend for the IUD according to went off and the bullet struck Hall' was missing and contacted the' said McClain.the officer convincedHolden without paying for the llqodfaccor-
t\r : \)t : : Killed In Struggle Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. just above the left temple. Hall was, sheriffs office. Speed has also been, to drop the rod but Holden ding to the report. *
; I"" Gilbert Hall of 601 SW 8th Street pronounced dead at the scene at 7:01 and Officer
", perryafter dealing In stolen pro was released after a$210
\ ,, A :23-year-old Lake Butler man had been arguing with his girlfriend P'According be sold money order Danny who bad arrived, 'surety bond was posted..;
1\': was killed Sunday night when a SO-SO in the apartment they shared when Sheriff Whitehead, which be had allegedly taken from at the scene.
'" rifle, went-off as he struggled with bta he threatened to kill_._ himself, the investigation has revealed the the vktlnra purse.said Adernolt. After getting Holden Into the
was an accidental suicide but
Bond was set at $500: and Speed patrol car be started kicking the Man ArrestedFor
will continue pending the report was released on the charge of door and cage and had to be
\\\'G/\t / : Video from'The the medical examiner burglary but Is being detaIn8cf for restrained with leg cuffs and had to Stealing
girlfriend Holly Thomas 94,
the new charge of stolen be carried Into the police station,
;k)," has not been chanted in the Lndkent, property,said said McClain. Jerome Lee was arrested July 5
and charged with petit theft after he
( Total bond was set at $9,000 cash attempted to steal four steaks from
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Man ArrestedFor for the Holden
', Starke Man Charged or surety charges. remains Wlnn Dixie,according to Patrolman
in the
1'1' county Jail.
Spee ville TheftA With Sexual Mack: ShortLee
: BatteryA was also charged with violation
i\ :, In Weddings Special 23-year-old man has been charged .>. 31-year-old Starke man has been, BSO Solves of probation for grand theft
:,' Occasions and 8 mm to VHS Speedville with the burglary of a borne in the charged; with sexual battery for Recent ''Thefts (failure to appear), according to in-
' I, raping 'a >>montb- ld vestigator David Aderholt. Total
'We pride ourselves In Professional Videos' Eddie Speed with a Melroee address -, allegedly A warrant has been Issued for a bond was set at$7,500,he remains in
was charged with burglary Reginald Laverne Green was arrested Bradford County man charging him custody.
:\.' '" 481-4320 and petit theft July 5 after being July 4 on the charge, accor- with several recent thefts and
I" identified as being seen In the ding to Deputy Doug York. burglaries. A juvenile has also been
":',, child, who was treated at charged in the thefts of the stolen ManCharged
) +" 1 Shahngeds Hospital Gainesville,Identified -, property which has been recovered. Lawtey
c tf' ': 1 Green as !the person who hurt July 3 a chainsaw valued at $500 ,In StarkeA
her, to the was recovered which had been taken
\ : OWN YOUR OWN HOME according report. 24-year-old Lawtey man was ar-
., Bond has been set at $2,500 cash two days earlier.The chainsaw had rested July 9 after being stopped fora
" ,. only, Green remains in the custodyof been sold to a man on Griffis Loop traffic violation. >
" the Bradford County Jail. according to Investigator DaviaAderholt. "
Charles Edward Lee was charged
: For less than you'would pay rent! The man Identified the with driving while license suspended -
: and the
,, Starke Man Faces juvenile wanted man as the possession! of cannabis and
sold the chainsaw
J' pair to him.
I'.. ,, Information from that and possession drug paraphernalia
. Multiple ChargesA arrest according to Patrolman MichaelMcClain.
. recovery led to the two being charged -
- .
Lee received the
',:, Starke man faces multiple with the burglary and theft of the drug
charges after causing damage to a charges after evidence was found in
': ,No Pine Tree Inn that occurred on the '
LOW his vehicle said McClain.
,1 police cruiser and kicking arresting
night I5r according to Investigator -
t( Down '' officers. i Bond was set at $500, he, was
Closing Aderholt.
Robert La von Holden was charged released on his own recognizance.,
.Payment Cost Two outboard motors valued at
,, July 4 with criminal mischief $2,000 reportedly taken from The *"
0:' resisting arrest without violence, Slab July 4 were recovered in Hampton Man Charged DUI ,
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OFFICE:: AFTER 5 PM: battery upon a law enforcement of-' by the sheriff's office July 5 and In Sunday Accident
{, 473-3028 i ficer(two counts),assault on law en- the offender identified. The motors
'9646633or forcement officer (two counts) and had been(sold for $25 each, said Purcul Scott Jr.,43,of Starke was
or resisting arrest with violence (two Aderholt., charged with. driving under in-'
..:rR 431-1039 counts), 964-7282
":,..!t ,1 -.__, .+ :',".JJ/I. McClain; Woman Arrested to Trooper Phillip Krazewski.
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t, 3 BR, 1 11/2 Bath causing a disturbance by cursing at 22-year-old Starke woman was accident report was unavailable at
his girlfriend, who is a clerk at the arrested July 9 after she attemptedto press time.
', OPEN: Construction Cq store. The man struck the store take a bottle of gin without payingfor Scott's blood alcohol content was
't': Mon. Frl.8a.m.til5p.m.Griffis o. manager when asked to leave,the it. .14: percent said Krazewski. Bond
t 301 South Starke store. Yvonne McDuffie'was chargedwith was set at $362.50, he was releasedon
: til fioon Highway e
(::, : Saturday 8 a.m.
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