Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Worth Jimmy Bowen; Pleads--'t' 0'R""e' "d"u'c'"e""d' Misdemeanor Charge- I

Former Starke police chief Jimmy cing on the misdemeanor for Feb. admission of guilt. "It was simply five years In prison and a$5,000 find. with the two felonies by the Florida
Bowen pleaded guilty Monday, Feb. more convenient in terms of time The plea bargaining agreementwith Department of Law Enforcement
/Wting 6, to one count of petty theft, a 24.Attorney Terry Brown said his and cost," Brown said. Bowen had the former Starke police chiefof (FDLE). The state was in-
misdemeanor, in a plea bargaining client, Bowen, Is not guilty of the two choices; he could have paid 16 years came about when Bradford vestigating the involvement of high
agreement which reduced the misdemeanor. "What we're talking $10,000 and won an acquittal or enter native Len Register was ap- placed police officers the Starke
charges from two felonies to one about is a matter of petty theft in the plea and pay a$50 fine. "It was a pointed state attorney of the Eighth Police Department suspected of illegal -
Class of 1969... misdemeanor.Since which Mr. Bowen is not guilty. simple matter of economics." Judicial Circuit, which includes drug activity.The FDLE probeof

The BHS class of 1969 twentieth That's the type of charge which Bowen was formerly charged with Bradford County. Register removedthe Starke netted 34 arrests, Includingthat
will Bowen has never been convicted doesn't merit the doing of a jail grand theft of a confiscated case from local assistant att- of Major Scotty Rhoden, the se-
reunion committee meet
today of crime, it is unlikely David Giant and offered a cond high officers in the Police
(Thursday, Feb. 9) at the Country any sentence or a big fine," atty. Brown generator, which cost $349 when torney
Club that he will be incarcerated. Max- said. Brown said he anticipates no new, and with official misconduct in plea bargaining agreement to attorney Department, who is In federal prison
The, 7pm.classs reunion is set for June imum sentence for the misdemeanorto sentence. the purchase of a pistol when he Terry Brown,who represents after being convicted of conspiracySee

30-July 1. Please bring classmate'sname which Bowen pleaded guilty is a Brown said a plea of guilty can be signed a statement stating the pur- Bowen.
and addresses to the $500 fine and 60 days in jail. entered because one is guilty, or it chaser was a city policeman. Those The case goes back to Aug. 18 ( Bowen Pleads..p.2A)
meeting, or call Linda Patrick, ph. Judge Benjamin Tench set senten- can be a plea of convenience with no felony charges carry sentences up to when then chief Bowen was charged

964-5000 or Evelyn Chastain, ph.

964-7271.Lunch Bunch... Epps

The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri ..f
day, Feb. 10 at 12 noon in the
Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. Br-
ing a covered dish and enjoy good tm


Gator QB Club...
UF Coach Galen Hall will speakto
the Starke Gator QB Club, Fri- \
day, Feb. 10, at the Starke Golf & I tr:

Country Club. ... ChiefNew
The social hour will begin at 6:30p.m. : -
., followed by a steak dinner at ... CELEBRATE
7:30 p.m. -

Buster Rahn
Varsity Baseball... +-. BCT Staff Writer
4__. Jimmy Epps took 60 percent (600
The BHS varsity baseball team tewwtit roe
exhibition votes) of the second primary votes
play an game
Tuesday, Feb. 7, to win election as
against former players Saturday, the Starke chief of police.
Feb. 11, at 1 p.m.
:a Y Epps, 49, will fill the 8-month
The game will be played on the
unexpired term of former chief Jim
BHS field.
my Bowen who resigned Aug. 18.

___ The remaining 40 percent (406
Gospel Sing... JP votes) of the votes went to Lt. John
IJllJLll Hodges, on leave from the Starke
A gospel sing, sponsored by Police Department during the
UCAP, will be held Saturday, Feb. political 32, is
11, at the New River Gospel Congregational This is Bradford's Exhibit at the State Fair... one of three shift commanders with

Church on CR-125, The Bradford agriculture teacher trio Greg Alvarez. David Smith, and Lance Wiggins is showing a Limousin heifer Christie Harrison Is show- SPD.
beginning at 7 p.m. Paul Hutching, plus about 20( students went to Tampa last Saturday and Ing two heifers and Billy Harrison a bull and heifer Epps was sworn-in by City Attorney
All funds will go to UCAP for erected this display booth for Bradford County. The Florida State Fair runs for 12 days Feb. 819. If going to the lair Terence Brown when the city
fight against the Union County Hutching, who Is retired designed this exhibit and last year's. Martha take the left fork where 1-75 splits north of Tampa as If going to Naples. council opened its regular meeting
Hazardous Waste site. Smith and Hutching travelled to the fair Wednesday and videotaped all Go to 1-4. turn left and take the first exit off 1-4, Martha Smith says. A a few minutes after the votes were

the exhibits to get an idea of what other counties do. green sign shows where the fairgrounds are. counted.
Gospel Sing... Starke voters turned-out in goodnumbers .
for a single race second
The Lawtey Church of God will primary, with 1,011 voters going to
hold a gospel sing Saturday and the polls representing 41 percent of
Sunday, Feb. 11 and 12. Borrow Pit Concerns KH Oaks ResidentsResidents the city's 462,463 registered voters.
Saturday services will begin at Five voters cast unmarked

7:30 p.m.Sunday. ballots.
services will begin at 11 west of Keystone Heights want to stop borrow pits from being some $60 per load. When elections results were
a.m. and 6 p.m. dug near their homes, but are being told it can't be done under existing It's a completely legal business, says O'Neal. posted, Epps said, "It has been a
Bradford County zoning laws. But both O'Neal and the county commissioners say borrow pits shouldnot long, hard road, but we came
exempted from current zoning be allowed near residential areas. through successfully. Mr. Hodges,
Bd. of Governors... Borrow pits smaller than five acres are
Maxie Carter Jr.
said veteran
"It was an oversight, very much a gentleman, came over
The Chamber of Commerce laws.A commission committee was named Monday, Feb.6, to con- about the exemption of borrow pits smaller than five acres. Zoning Direc- and shook my hand and con
Board of Governors February sider county to amend the current law controlling borrow pits,and is due to tor O'Neal, Commissioners Carter and County Attorney R.A. (Buzzy) gratulated me on winning the elec-
meeting has been changed to Tues- ways back to the full commission at its 7:30: p.m. Feb. 15 meeting. Green were named to a committee by Chairman Wilbur Waters to writean tion. Mr. Hodges will return to workin
day noon, February 14, in the Santa report under consideration: 1) a special permit issued by the county; amendment to the current zoning code to take care of the oversight.In the Starke Police Department,
Fe Community College Board Changes 2)) decreasing the size of borrow pits from 5 acres to a smaller size and the meantime, O'Neal said a stop work order will be issued to con- and I will be glad to have him backon
Room. or the law to make borrow pits subject to a special exception tractor Greg Griffis based on requirements that such pits have fences the force.'
which amending are issued only by the county Board of Adjustment. built around them and the sides should be sloped. Hodges said, "I want to thank
Learn to Dance... Concerned residents of an area west of Keystone Heights,living in sub- everyone who voted for me. They
Ms. Mosman said the pits at first went straight down, but since the stuck necks and
Jack Courtnay, addressed the County Commis- their out helped run
Learn to dance
with the divisons sold by realtor
first lesson square free! sion about borrow pits they say are endangering their children and are sides have been sloped to some degree. But the pit is not fenced."We need the campaign. I won't forget them.
now, said Mrs. Mosman. I'm glad its and I'll return to
some protection over,
Cost of the 10 weeks of their neighborhood.Mount
all students 10 course older, opento is marring the appearance resident Sue Mosman said the work began three or four Resident Jay Martin said the pit behind his home is large enough to work tomorrow. Mr. Epps has
or Pleasant
$20. To be held age at Bradford Vo months when a strip of land some 100 feet wide was cleared. hold a house trailer. His yard is fenced but he still worries that his youngson assured me that I have a job."
ago out of the yard and into The second drew 47
sub- get primary more
the neighboring may
built to adjoin
Tech classes will road being residents
Wednesday was
Residents thought a told a lake Commissioner Joe Riddick told the the county is working now voters than the 964 who voted In the
Mosman. Then they were
Feb. 15 from 8-10 Oaks, said Mrs.
p.m. division, Keystone on amending the ordinance.Commissioner Carter asked, "Don't we have first.
around it.
was being dug, with homes to be built something in place now to stop it?" Zoning Director O'Neal said yes, the Epps, whose police qualificationslapsed

Crime Watch... It turned out to be Darrell another O'Neal borrow pit.contractor Greg Griffis bought fencing requirement and sloping the side requirement.Mrs. must now regain minimum
Zoning Director says said chicken wire fence would be inadequate. About standards before he
Mosman a can
who developed the area, police
in- realtor Jack Courtnay,
Concerned Citizens of Lawtey of land from
three acres half dozen residents attended the county commission meeting. qualify in the late summer for a full
the fill dirt commercially for a
terested In forming a crime watch and is. digging-:00.- the. borrow pit and selling term. The police standards course
invited to meet at the
area Lawtey are Elementary School Contract With Moore work.In requires. approximately 500 hours

Cafeteria, Friday, Feb. 17, at 7:30: Engineer Defends City the first primary election

p.m. tV Starke voters amended the city

Class of 1987... by Buster Rahn tlonal rating for estimates, along tract for burying sewer and water and funds.extending Phase I is lines renovation inside the of water city; charter to require that the chief of
his of- after questioning the bidding police to have minimum police stan-
BCT Staff Writer with estimates developed by pipe, Phase II will be work outside the city
Class of 1987 will hold an Impor- dards effective with the next elec-
City Engineer Don Ruckman told fice. Fee structures were taken from process. limts, including the Lakewood Subdivision ,
in the BHS Library
tant !). 19 at 2:30 City Council Tuesday, Feb. 7, that Jacksonville contractors, and New Wells Coming... on Crosby Lake. tion.Major '
Sunday, Fe : f.m.to\ the contract with Leonard Moore is a Moore's prices were found to be Commissioner Ed Wall explained Bill Reno second In command -
discuss the dedication 0 is legal and reasonable. Ruckman said construction on the It; only in SPD, has been acting chief
bid Isn't s
"reasonable the problem money.
computer. Call Chuck Coburn, ph. should be executed as drawn. "None of Moore's prices were SW Water Treatment plant Is six 1,500 feet from the end of the line to since October.
964-3065 or Gladys Thomas, ph. with of schedule, but work
Moore, operating under the name higher than the indicators, weeks ahead the Pine Song subdivision. The problem ,
984-6507. "Moore Road Contracting, Inc.," some prices being 18-40 percent on phase I water line is running "atad' is low water pressure in some i
contract with the lower than indicators. The contract behind. He emphasized the of the which will remain
RJE Class of 1969... held a negotiated areas city,
he minimums, and the city is need to move forward with priorityon line.
city of Starke last in which has no low until new wells come on
Meeting set for Sunday, Feb. 26 paved some 14 yeari city streets under no obligation to use any the water line installation. Providing water for the subdivision

at Kelly's Nite Limit, at 7 p.m. Call and resurfaced others. hours." Extend Utilities... at this tune would only\ lower the
Billbo, ph. 782-3130 and let him That contract came under fire by "It is a reasonable bid, and Moore water pressure further, ,and would
Walter Sylvester,
to attend the reu has been responsible in the Attorney to Pine
know your plans Ron Denmark who recently went in- very American Land Trust provide only low pressure
said in representing
Ruckman recommending
nion. past, residents Wall said.
contractong with his Song
to a business ( its acceptance by the council. Corp., came to the podium re- Biggs told Sylvester and
the work Mayor
family. Denmark contends questing the council to extend of r 1o
Upcoming... should have been bidded, rather The contract is to run for one year, utilites to its development on Wilson Robert Harder Land to president meet with
than negotiated. City Clerk Neil 'With for the city to renew
an option Road. and his associate, Gary
Public meetings scheduled In the Tucker says the city got a better for an additional year, if dessired. The developer, headquartered In Ruckman
coming weeks are: deal since the various jobs were too I Commissioner Charles Schaefer Palm Beach Gardens, Is plotting Sneddon."We're .going to take the
Bradford County school board small to attract viable bidders. moved to accept the recommendation "Pine Song" subdivision, and wants engineer's advice. Work with him," '
will meet Monday, Feb. 13 at 7 Denmark has previously questioned which carried 5-0. the city to annex the property, providing Biggs told the developers. S
.m., in Administration Building on and water. Electicity
p city and county purchasing procedures sewer
Temple Ave.Brooker Ron Denmark asked permission to Electric. Gun Shop...
and has failed to bid on will be served by Clay
declined to
council meets Tuesday, subsequent occasions. address the council, but Mayor Biggs says the city in in- Steve Arnold, former Florida
Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m., In City Hall. Ruckman told commissioners his speak when Mayor Bobby Biggs terested in annexing the area and Highway Patrolman Starke
Hampton council meets Tues- office has reviewed the single bid limited him to two minutes.In furnishing utilities, but extending (1975-79) applied for a permit to
day Feb 14 at 7 p.m., in City Hall.Districtwide received from Moore for the tease of the Feb. 1 meeting of the county water and sewer lines must be done open a gun shop at 144 W. Call St.
spelling bee in Ad- equipment and labor required for commissioners, one commissioner according to present plans, Includedin Arnold has no criminal record, according Y f;
ministration Building on N. Temple supplementing) city labor on streetsil reported that Denmark contestedthe phase II. to the police background
Ave., 10 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15. sewer and water repairs. purchase of workman's compen- Sylvester offered to pay for having report, clearing the way for the
Starke City Council meets Tues- for bid this year was expanded to include sation by the county, then failed to water lines_installed immediately, council to approve the request. Jimmy Epp
7:30 In City well street bid when the policy came up for
day Feb. 21. at p.m. utilities, as as with the understanding that the city Nw Polk ChM
work. renewal. More recently, Denmark would repay the cost From phase 11 (See Contract Okay..p.2ADER )
Zoning Board will meet Ruckman said his office used a na- failed to bid on a city utilities cona -

Thursday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m.,in Ci- '

ty Bradford Hall. County School Board Under Oct. 17 Deadline to Produce Hazardous WThe aste Plan

will hold second meeting of the. chemicals sludges and metals would 6e to negotiate an interstate DeHines Indicated, however that
month Monday, Feb. 27, in Ad- Florida Department of En- plan for hazardous waste disposalby and others with Alabama, South if a large number of states have problems
by industry agreement
multistation Building on N. Temple vironmental Regulation (DER) is the October deadline,the Federal generated other nearby state in meeting the October 17
through the 2009. Carolina,or some
Ave Board working against time in the face of Government could drop Florida Since the year administrative hearing to accept Florida's hazardous waste deadline It possible that Congress J.
'Bradford County Zoning an October 17 deadline to submit a from its Superfund program to by until treatment plant can be might amend the law later this year
and brought a
Feb. 28, at 7 p.m., of the State's legal proceeding
meets Tuesday long-range plan for handling the finance cleanups UCAP (United Citizens Against established in this state. and postpone the requirement. I
.in Starke City Hall. State's estimated 146 million pounds hazardous waste dumps. Pollution) is not scheduled to begin Raoul Clarke,a member of the DER
annually of hazardous waste.At Lee DeHines, a deputy regional until May 22, it unlikely that DER The penalty for not complying' staff,. told DeHines that Florida is
More.. a meeting in Tallahassee last administator for EPA, said that will site a hazardous waste disposal with the federal law is a cutoff of not alone In having difficulty
for the Atlanta Florida, along with other states, the deadline, and that
week a spokesman the October 17 deadline.The federal money for the Superfund, meeting no
Worth Noting.< See rap SA Environmental Protec- must have a hazardous waste plan by state has been able
office of the viable alternative for DER to program to clean up major hazardous other yet to
tion Agency EPA) told DER officials disposal plan in place by October 17 only comply with EPA's requirements waste sites in Florida. develop Its 20-year plan.
that unless they come up with showing how ,it.will handle toxic I



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I New DER Rule Makes County's New Tire Snlittor ObsoleteA I

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splitting machine which divides maybe some other solution not are Santa Fe Lake, the Santa Fe shape. McCutchen says he can't in Starke off SR-100- is the next road to 911 Fee Approved...
tires in half, so they look like half of known at this time. River, Alligator Creek, and Rowell, get In or out In wet weather. be paved. The borrow pit is neededto approved charg-
a donut, may be obsolete, county Crosby and Sampson Lakes, provide dirt for the Commissioners
commissioners were told Monday, New Lube Truck... because they all lead into the Santa Attorney Resigns... preparation of the road. grading ing 50-cents per month> for the next
Feb. 6, by Solid Waste Director Dar- The county commission opened Fe River, a tributary of the Suwan- County Attorney R.A. (Buzzy) The county paid $2,000pe r acre, 18 months to be for bIIed an to enhanced pay part 911 of
rell O'Neal.New bids on a new cab and chassis truckto nee River. Green resigned his position, effec- which Commissioner Maxie CarterJr. the expense
rules by the Department of be used for a lubrication truck. SRWMD representative Hank tive no later than March 31. said is too much, "...but I'll vote emergency system.911 system is com-
Environmental Regulation (DER) Apparent low of seven bids Is Ruppertsberger told commissioners Former for It. They've jot us over a barrel." The enhanced
county attorney Reggie locationof
require that tires be cut into at least Blount-Raulerson Pontiac-GMC of the SWIM is a water qauality protec- Flynn will Green. The puterized and will provide a
seven pieces, O'Neal said. Bradford Jacksonville at $22,552 for the large tion program and that data gatheredwill mission approved replace the change. Green com- each home in the county even if
and Union Counties went into the tire truck with a Detroit Built diesel be offered to the county. The and Flynn will work in the person making the call in cannot
splitting business after last year engine. There were no local bidders. SWIM program monitors land use making a comfortable together Carter Offers Help... talk.Emergency
because tires were piling up. Whole The bids were turned over Com- the water quality at 60 sites, aniigathers Green said his livelihood change. Brad Carter, the new superintendent Services Director
tires rise to the ground if they are missioner E.L. (Nook) Norman and biological samples. Very lit- from now of the New River Correctional Cliff Chapman said the remainderthe
buried, O'Neal said. Road Superintendent J.B.Crawfordfor tle water quality data is available comes acting as an arbitrator, Institution, visited the county com- cost of providing the enhanced
now. means finding solutions to be paid for by county
evaluation and award recom- mission and the school board to offer system
the machine the problems which arise in companies,
Getting new mendation set for the Feb. 15 Grant Street... the continued support of the inmatesof funds.
that he is out of the too
county invited all tire dealers to put county
the institution to the .
their old tires in the landfill. Most meeting. David McCutchen requested once much nowadays as the business has county will soon get community.The two frame More Impact Funds...
took the opportunity and did. SWIM Program... again that the county take over the grown. buildings from the New River Cor- Commissioner Ross Chandler suggested
DEWS Solid Waste ManagementAct upkeep of Grant Street in Lincoln City rectional Institution each 108 feet the county look into getting
The commission was given a run- Borrow Pit... funds because the
of 1988 requires,effedlveJuly'I, long and 20 feet wide. The cost will more state impact
1989, that tires be further divided. down on the Surface Water Improve- No,said Chairman Wilbur Waters, The county has reached agreement be $100 for the buildings and the number of prisons located in the
ment and Management Program the county Is not taking over any with Container Corp. to county have increased.
O'Neal and pur- county must pay to transport them.
county commissioners (SWIM) being on the Suwannee received$64,000 in
for maintenance unless the chase six acres of land on Forsyth Plans The county now
discussed are to use at the
the one building
problem at length. River chain of lakes, Commis-
ecological plat requirements are met, which Road to use as a borrow pit Chair- state impact funds, said
O'Neal will ; county jail which will be outfitted to
see if the present rivers, and streams by the Suwannee agreed thecounty's
call for paving, drainage, etc... man Waters announced. house minimum sioner Carter. It was
machine can be modified to cut the River Water Management security prisoners.The delegation will
McCutchen said state law requires ...which backto legislative
means we can get other the
building will to
tires as well as split them, see if the District (SRWMD). go increasing the
him egress from his home. Grant work on Forsyth Road, said Road Department and be used be asked
as a
present machine can be traded in,or Local lakes and streams involved Street at his residence is in bad Waters. Forsyth Road, south of storage facility. amount Impact. funds.


AUTHORIZED Engineer: City Contract with Moore is Good Dealfrom I

Jdril J CONTROL ( page IA) Clerk Neil Tucker to prepare invitations Department employees can begin to carried 50.'Certifled.
Arnold plans to retail ammo, hand to bid.Aareed receive pay under the new contract. results of the second
guns and long guns, but not to purchase a small Heard Attorney Brown recom- primary election for chief of police,
for downtown held Tuesday, Feb. 7, in which Jim-
area, recom- mend the
automatic sweeper city proceed against
((1)) $250,000.00 TERMITE PROTECTION federal license weapons..he for those doesn't hold mended by Commissoner Travis former officer Scott Allen for my Epps received 600 votes, John
((2)) ONCE A YEAR PEST CONTROL Security of the building,,across said.the Woods. damage to a police cruiser several Hodges received 406 votes, with 5
street from The Heard second reading by Attorney months ago.Scott is seeking$9,100 in "no' votes, for a total of 1,011 votes
will be beefed with Telegraph office, Terence Brown on ordinance back pay, and Attorney Brown cast, including 49 absentee ballots.
FULLY GUARANTEEDMake and an alarm system up Arnold security said.bars regulating storm water holding thinks it may be possible to off-set Accepted right-of-way and utility
Arnold formerly ponds, and approved adoption. the claim with a counter suit for loss easement in Green Acres subdivision -
your home bug-free for the holidays federate Gun owned US-301S.the Con- Heard second reading on or- of the vehicle. from Inman Green.
Shop on
before the guests arrive! dinance providing for a 15-year Attorney Brown said the city will Opened bids on bucket truck,
Miscellany... telephone franchise with Central need an outside attorney to pro- surplus to city's needs. Joe's Auto
Telephone Co., and approved the secute the case and recommendedlocal sales bid $2,579, Larry Haines bid
For the best protection anywhere, no one treats your home In other action, city commis- contract. attorney, Gene Shaw. Commis- $2,250 and the city of High Springsbid
like Sears. sioners: Heard Attorney Brown say the sioner Silcox moved to retain At- $5,000.Bids were turned over to a
Approved the purchase of two Police Benevolent Association con- torney Shaw to pursue the case. committee for review and recom
Off utility buildings and instructed tract is ready to sign, and Police Schaefer seconded the motion, and it mendation.

$ 2 5 the regular price of Sears' once-a-year Bowen Pleads. I

pest control with this coupon ..

FREE TERMITE & INSPECTIONS (from page: IA) retired from the city effective Oct. 1, peals by Brown to postpone the trial. time, because Bowen would have
to deliver cocaine and sentenced to the date when he became eligible to The plea arrangement was basedon avoided incarceration under current
GAINESVILLE OUT OF TOWN, 12 draw city retirement. a July I, 1986 statute change increasing sentencing guidelines."I .
377-0036 CALL COLLECT ATS: Bowen was arrested Aug. 18 and FDLE never tied Bowen to any illegal the amount of a felony to think the plea requires Mr.
drug activity.But Prior to that theft of what he did
charged with the two felonies. He $300. a over Bowen to acknowledge
was suspended after his arrest. He the two felony charges came $100 consituted felony. and allows us to move on to more
I out of that Investigation. The grand Register said there was "a slim weighty matters," Register said.
theft charge involves' charging chance" to prove the air compressorto ; Register suggested the allegations
Bowen with having in his possessionan be worth $300,considering its con- against then chief Bowen should
0C air compressor which had been dition. have gone before a grand jury,
confiscated as evidence. Bowen said Under the plea agreement, the rather than charges being broughtby
he stored the compressor at his grand theft charge was reduced to a the State Attorney's Office and
home because there was no room at misdemeanor and the official the Florida Department of Law Enforcement -
the Starke Police Department. The misconduct charge was dropped. .
Fl7R official misconduct felony resultedover Prosecutors agreed to make no "I think it's appropriate to have
C C' 6ALENT/NES DAY Bowen writing a letter to a gun recommendation to the judge for grand juries review allegations

A fi Prices Begin Tbur Feb. 9th. store in Pittsburgh falsely stating possible punishment. against public officials," Registersaid.
that Kenneth Chitty was a police of Register said the plea agreement Grand juries act as a cons-
Thru Wed. Feb 15th. : ficer. Policemen routinely receive allows the case to be resolved cience for the community he said.
discounts on firearms. without sacrificing possible jail
The case drug on, with defense at
GREAT V ENTINE j torney Brown asking for more timeto
prepare, claiming prosecuting at- WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTION.
a A torney-Giant never supplied answer .... "
Z'""r 1 to Brown's questions.On $10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for $5 1
efi Jan. 24 the plea bargaining was each. Students Include members of KHHS

proposed by Register's office. That teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305
42 ; PUT II C4St.Scotch same day,Judge Tench rejected ap-

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Worth Ralford Residents Protest Solid Waste LandfillResidents I

NotingSex ol\k\ 'io''or&teastern "There's not a liner that don't now designed to rise to a height of 35 are doing and what we have done." merit for the agreement.DOC .
partof leak," said Johnny Griffis when the feet. The only limiting factors are Griffis stated that one alternativeto has provided the 200 acre
Union County are not pleased with modern type of lined landfill with a the width of the base and the degreeof the contamination problem would tract, with no charge to the Association -
of landfill
the prospect a solid waste leachate collection system was slope of the sides. be to eliminate all toxins from the but will be repaid by credits ontipping
Money ft Drugs... and recycling system being of locatedIn their described by association engineer Another point of opposition is the landfill. Florida statutes now prohibit fees over a five year time
a area Frank Darabl. "Wells out there are fear that once a landfill is established toxic substances from being
Are you single? Do you have neighborhood.More only 30 feet deep," Griffis said. ,it will increase the likelihood thata deposited in landfills but some will
questions about sex money, drug than 75 persons mostly Ronny Williams of Ralford, ask- hazardous waste incinerator will get by. Paints, varnishes, solvents, DOC will not get free waste
and alcohol abuse, single parenting Union County residents appeared at ed "Is this the environmentallysafest also be located nearby. The site oil, chemicals and medicines are not disposal, as some think, but will be
marriage and/or re- the regular meeting of the New place to put it?" chosen for the incinerator is just permitted to be buried by law but repaid for their up front contributionof
marriage? If so, then you need to River Solid Waste Association Bobby Anderson, also of Raiford across State Road No. 121 from the all citizens may not comply, and land to the association.
attend the area wide singles con- (NRSWA), held In Macclenny Mon- maintains that Turkey Creek andTurkey landfill site.). some materials will get into the
ference at the Madison Street Bap- day, January 31. Creek Swamp is one of the Only household garbage Is to go In- landfill it is feared.
tist Church: Starke. This is the first time that opposi- "worst flood prone areas In to the landfill. No toxic substances Used Oil Grant...
The one day conference will be tion has been voiced at a meeting of Florida." It Is spring fed and has such as used motor oil, paints and Site Selection...
held Saturday Feb. 18, hours 9 the tri-county association.The group Each county in the association has
flowing wells In the area, he said. solvents or batteries will be allowed
a.m. to 3 p.m., with registration was thought to have near unanimous As the volume received by a landfill made application for a state grant
beglnnlng at 8:30: a.m. The $5 coat support from residents of the three No Good Landfill... In.Sandra O'Briant-Johnson of Increases the costs per ton for from the Department of Environmental -
Includes lunch. Special music by counties, who will benefit by lower Starke, says that 29,000 gallons per disposal go down, says Darabl Regulation in the
"There Is no good place for a land- because equipment and materialsand
TlHUe Taylor, games and waste disposal costs. year will leak from a small pin hole amount of $7,500. The grant Is to
fellowship. The protest was in opposition to fill In Florida saws Association no bigger than one/sixteenth of a labor are more fully utilized. finance the building of a 500 gallon
For further information or bringing wastes generated in Brad- Engineer Darabl. The high water centimeter in diameter and all An individual county cannot affordto double walled, above ground tank
registration call Elaine at 964-7557. ford and Baker Counties Into Union table and excessive rainfall in the liners have pinholes, she sa operate alone hence the three for the collection of used motor oils.
landfills be built count which includes all
area require that
and the incensed
for dangersof
County disposal, Debbie Griffis, who institutions
ground water contamination from "high rise", or mostly above was DOC within the counties. The tank will be surrounded by an'
Single With Cheese... the landfill. ground. The one in question here isHiO'ers at local being daily called Ignorant, in received one of the an Availability of land from the earthen berm to contain careless
Department of Corrections was spills and will be open to the public
Madison Street Church from Association ChairmanJoe
Baptist apology another factor In the
for free of
will an area wide singles Riddick. who said his true statement disposal unwanted used
sponsor Win Division TitleBradford Ellerbee Curve site. A location
cen- oil. Part of the
grant Is to provide for
conference Saturday, Feb. 18, was: 'the people who are op- tral to the three counties with a near- the education of
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the $5 posed to us are ignorant of what we
haul distance
registration fee includes cost of High's JV Hi-Q team According to Coach Stanley ly equal was_a.require and disposal of oil.
seminar classes and lunch. won the division championship of the Crawford "It's only a JV champion-
Students may choose any three of North Florida Hi-Q Conference ship but it certainly speaks well for
the six seminars offered: yesterday (WednesdaY Feb. 8) at the future of the academic team."
Marriage/Remarriage, Rev. Interlachen High School. and TERWILLEGARCHRYSLER
Henry McKinney, Jr. This was the first academic championship Individually, Patrick Hurst
Becker 12 of 15 each on
Money, Money, Money, by Andy of any kind for BHS since toss-up Michael questions.were And the team as a DODGE PLYMOUTH
Jordan. the Hi-Q Conference adopted a play-
Drug and Alcohol Abuse by off system. whole was 21 of 29 on bonus questions of- DODGE TRUCKS JEEP EAGLE INC.
B Patrick Hurst and Michael the most humorous! question -

.Single Parenting, by Rev. Becker,combined to answer 24 of 30 the day came about when the team UbrldClass
Charles Van Zant Sr. toss-up questions in the team's two was asked "In what state is PENNm'l' 10 Minute
Giving Yourself Away, by matches.The JV unit used a 92 point Augustine located?" During the ... ..
Lanette Griffis.'Everything opening run and went on to defeat course of discussion the team was .
You Always Wantedto Clay High 176-65 in the semi-final overheard to name many numerous
Know About Single Sex but round. In an encore performance ChangeUp
Were Afraid to Ask, by Elaine the JV HI-Q'ers defeatedSt.Augustine nonsensical or humorous places
Gouin. 185-49 by leaping out before finally responding with the &
There will be games and with a 90 point run enroute to a 127-17 correct answer- Florida. to 5 Quarts
fellowship, led by Chuck and halftime lead. The JV team had a 7-1 regular No Diesels if 19
Melanie Boudreau. Special music The divisional championship earn- season record and raised It to 91. 16 Services Available 9 5
by Madison Street Baptist Singles.All ed the JV team a berth in the con-

Singles welcome. ference terlachen tournament High. set Feb.24 at In- Varsity Tourney... No Appointment Necessary

Other team members are Joel The varsity Hi-Q team's division
BC Parent' Education... Caren Sean Jones Keith Cowie, and tournament is Feb. 14 at IHS. 141 W. Madison
The Bradford County Parent Ricky Wishart. They combined for 3 The varsity is currently 5-3 and 964-9000
will be the second seeded team after Starke
Education Committee will presentthe of 7 toss-up! questions in a supportingrole.
Interlachen which has record.
a 8-2
fourth In its series of programs
aimed at developing better relations -
within the family at 7-9 ,
\ p.m. .
+ e .
Monday, Feb. 13 In the Starke e e e r
Elementary Cafetorium.
Mrs. Sue Crum, county librarian
will present a.program fntitled
"Story Time' or How to Read
Aloud to Your Children."
Ms. Crum requests rents to br-
ing their children to this program,
as they will be Included. The program ''1' '
will be of interest to childrenof FINANcERATES
all ages.Free .
baby sitting will be offeredfor
children too young to attend the ,

program,,.",,.... '
The program qualified both: ,V i.9$ .,, fa37 ii AS LOW AS' R.' ? ,j' _- --.. .., .
in''econtinWag' 'dutathi t : !_ + > k>>
units teachers. y+ rt tf friar; yn oI U '.' .I."if'Wj'l'i ;t l >?: 1988ANCRr f' '
For more information, call Ms. i7.t 1V h7r L' LL u' > Mir CFM tai,
Crumph.964-6400Charlle ''f ..., AM Stereo WCan/dock Tach
Thomas, ph. 964-6150, or Laura to Choose i r ,' Sliding ROM Window RWL Tirei .
Conti ph. 9648498. X1.T Trim

I Square Dance.. .
$853ISeveral :
Plus Level square dance Instruc- ,
tion is available each Tuesday in ,
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, A.P.R.ON .
from 8-10 p.m., with Ken Perez .w ; I
caller. For additional information SELECT UNITS
call 9647955. W.A.C.

Free Tax Help... .. -
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The Bradford Public *Net after rebate pin tax tag&title
Library is Count fice space t t-_+. 1 and $49.CO eorvfce charge)!! -
for Volunteer Income Tax '
Assistance (VITA) and TCE tax
counseling programs and -
volunteers. a
The Library also has a supply'oftax ,1!'
forms. Forms not in stock may y'988 ;\;)
be ordered, using toll free phone 1988 12ESCORT
1800424FORM.. TEMPO GL'4-DR.: :

The tax assistance program will Air Cond. LX
Special Value Pk 8.
be held each Wednesday, 1-4 p.m., 3 ,,. > Power lock Group Tilt Wheel Speed ,
12 ,
from Feb. 8 through April Control,. AM/FM,Stereo,W/Caaa, 2 Door

Free Seminar... 1.988 FEST"VA" '< Air Conditioned Luxury

A turkey hunting seminar >< $l 9'5, Wheat Coven Dual Electric
spon- PLUS 8' 3' Mirror Light/Security Rear*
sored by the Camp Blanding Rod :; Window DefmUr Overhead
and Gun Club will be held Friday Clo.r Idaatir4 Conaolo/Clocjt AM/FM Stereot
Feb. 24 In the CAmp Blanding Armory Co.t Paint ,
at 7:30 ap.axt Air Coadi4'tlpon id;, ': l''li<'
Come hear toe latest on calling
camo and safety tips. Other topics 7255
to be discussed are gun loads pat- ,
terning your shot and much _
more.There free handouts
iI and door prizes. Lamar Williams
;, will be the guest speaker. Call ph.

Spring Story Hour...

The Bradford Public Library will Fi50' '88 1987 1988 F-350 198? F-250
t begin its Spring Story Hour programs 1985 300 ZX 1987
on Tuesday Feb. 14. Loaded 133" Wheel Base Crown Victoria CrOWnVICtOI Ia C & C

their Toddlers parents, 18 will mos.meet to 3 103011a years: and "-Dr" Loaded 2-Dr. Super Nice Work Ready Loade = Low Miles

f 21..m. Tuesdays, Feb. 14 thru Mar. $8995 Truck $6495 $12 ,995 10' 995 .$10 495 $12 495't '

Preschoolers 3-5 years, will meet

15 10:30-11:30:thru Mar.: a.m.22., Wednesdays Feb. 1985 Escort GT 1988 Mustang 1987 ChevY 1985 Tempo, 1986 F 50'lnbo '88 F350I

: Sue Crum and Donna Rowell will IGL I ,'
LX 8-10
conduct the chlldrens sessions.! Loaded-Super LoDRW
., Nice
Pre-register essential limited to t

1; 25 students. Air Condo $4595 she $7995 Coed: '$7995 Condo ir'' ,$5995, $10 495 a15 495 -

Gymnastic Class.,. .

I Gymnastic classes! for youngsters 1984 Ford ',1984 LTD D 1985 EScort, '86. Olds Cutlass '86 Buick'' 1986 Ford'
age 4-10 are held each Monday, '
3:15-4:15 pm. Cost, $15 per month. LTD 2Dr: '4 Dx,: i LeSabre Aerostar
'I, Jennifer Brown Is the instructor.Call .
the Recreation Department for Air Aiir Air .c-Dt; Air .
further information at 964-6792. Cond. $3995 Clean, $249.5, Cond ,;$3495 -699-5'. Loaded $7995 cont $7995.

t Learn a Trade...

: The Job Training PartnershipAct '
(JTPA) will send you to schoolat t :
Qualify.the Vocational Center, If you Terwillegar Motors

\ There are open in Commercial -
Vehicle ,
Clerical Welding. 473-FORD:
Cosmetology 984720OStarke '
I' Heavy Equipment and Hor- 371-1O96 38SFORDJacksonville .

'Uculture- ; : Keystone.HgtS
'For further< information contact Gainesville ( ,
Ma. V. Mitchell 209 W;, Madison State Road 21 .
'., ,at the local Job Service Office,,
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The congressional pay raise is dead. in Washington for the weather, and Ashes I illl I '! dt U.' rrl' ""

Along with senators and represen- their employees, especially those being I'' ''II : !: !! ,! 111 ; !f')'

tatives by senior, the federal hopes judges of fatter, the pay vice checks presi- Wit paid wi&nes astronomical: ol congress.salaries,Cutler don't ignore Isn'tdumb J '.J t-U' rr t r' '! "' r n b '

dent and some 10,000 federal employeeswere he recommended a 51 '
percent '
dashed Tuesday, when the Houseof raise for congressmen and senior r iMIIIfl8

Representatives voted 380-48 to scut- federal judges who may hear some of .
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tle the proposed increase. the cases in which he has an interest. ,. 1.9i..E' ** (
House members did not become Ten thousand other federal employeeswere JJjf.l.t-

statesmen over night and begin thinking included in the proposed raise, in i 1 I'
in terms of what is best for the '
country; to spread the wealth.
they began to feel the chill winds of an attempt ....,...,... 'h.

voter disapproval as evidenced by the down Several the salary days ago increase, the,Senate in effect voted put- rii : ii .1 .'In.' : lfi: :;: .,"II) t JR'I j"

greatest groundswell of opposition ever ting the "black hat" on the'' heads of ". .. -- _' mounted on a single question. House members, but that doesn't mean
Former State Senator from St. Like the legendary Phoenix,the centuryold -
the Senators are squeaky clean. The Work is well
house on
Augustine, the late Verle Pope, was Senate vote underway on the
was a political coup, North Cherry Street is rising from the
once heard to say, "When I feel the engineered to endear the Senate to ashes of a disastrous fire in August, 1988 original rebuilding S.J.of Stern-the

heat, I can see the light." voters, and make the House look bad at that massive destroyed almost. 50 percent of the burg house on North

380 congressmen felt the heat and saw the same time. The Senate had nothingto structure.In Cherry St., which s c : st;,t
the light this week. lose, because the salary increase addition to fire damage,the entire in- :' becomes 100 years
terior was ruined by water damage, not old in 1989. The
Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader would be automatic, unless voted down only from the firefighting effort, but also house was almost
said on The McLoughlin Hour Sunday, by the House, which no one expected at from almost daily rains that fell during the destroyed by fire
Feb. 5, the means by which the the time. summer, before the roof could be replaced. last August and Is
The fire was started a direct hit
by now being rebuilt by
American Congress engineered the Every newspaper, television show from a bolt of lightning during a summer its present owner,
raise was hypocritical, and that and radio station has published articles thunderstorm.But Ken Pierson. ''
Speaker of the House Jim 1111111)) IIIII/l/ llllll/idlllll/ INtl111/uB1/
Wright daily, reporting discontent'and frustra- the owner of the house Ken Pierson, The Sternburg
(D-Texas) stonewalled the issue by tion among voters, the most of which a driver for UPS (United Parcel Service) house looked just i
keeping the House from voting. are saying: Congressmen have not who fell in love with the house while mak- like the one picturedat

Speaker Wright was forced tocapItulate earned raise. When the has ing his delivery rounds several years ago, right, which was
a budget remained undaunted. He vowed to restoreit the home of the E.
in the face of overwhelming been balanced and several of the many if he could get backing for a low-interest Strong family. Both
opposition Monday, Feb. 6, and called important issues facing the nation loan based on the historic significance of families were from

for a vote Tuesday. Some political<< pundits resolved, then a raise may be justified.In the "folk Victorian" structure. built Pennsylvania homes of and the

are saying that Speaker Wright the past few weeks, the credibilityof Pierson has owned the house since 1980, same plan.
may not be mortally wounded politically held purchasing it from the estate of Mrs. Car-
in low esteem
but his handling of the issue damaged congress already rie Ritch, widow of Nelson T. Ritch, one-
his integrity, and he has lost face has plunged to new depths.' It may be a time president of the old Bradford County "wrap around" porch on the east side, them families were moving to North
with long time until salary increases for con- Bank. Pierson had long admired homes of which was removed in the process of conFlorida to establish orange groves-
colleagues. gressmen is again brought up. this period while driving his UPS route, verting part of the house into apartments lucrative business until the disastrous
Congress, in its devious wisdom, which included historic houses in this during the World War II period when acfreezes of 1895 and 1899 wiped out citrus in
wanted to raise its own salary without In addition to an abovetheaveragesalary North Central Florida area.While delivering tivities related to Camp Blanding created this area. Several families from Emlen-
a parcels to Mrs. Ritch, who was an In- drastic in Starke. But Starke and built
receive $3,000 an- a housing shortage ton, Pa., came to man
show of hands for its constituents to see, congressmen valid during the last years of her life, Ken apartments are not in Ken's plans for the sions similar to the Sternburgshence the
and remember at the next election, so it nually for housing allowance, free hair- decided that one day he would like to own future. He wants the entire house for his name Pennsylvania Avenue.own .
devised a plan by which the raise could cuts, subsidized meals in the Senate the historic structure. use, including storage space for his '

be guaranteed, and yet allow con- Dining Room, free medical insurance He bought the house in 1980 and set a antique clock collection. Mr. Sternburg also became partner in
gressmen to say, "I didn't vote for it." free hospital care in Bethesda NavalHospital goal of having it restored within a time a large mercantile firm,Truby,Sternburg
History of House & Co. near the railroad on E. Call Street.
and retirement benefits the frame of ten years. At the time of the fire
The plan was simple. Appoint a com- dream about he had succeeded only in replacing the roof The house was built in 1889 for Sidney J. The J.M. Truby family, also from Emlen-
mittee whose findings would be average person can only with shake shingles, an improvement. that Sternburg and his wife, Aneie,who moved ton, had come to Starke earlier and Mr.
predetermined and provide for its all without social security being alone cost$16,000. to Starke from Pennsylvania and lived in a Truby and Mr. Sternbur established the
deducted. rented house near the railroad on E. "Pennsylvania Grove' a successful
recommendation to be effective withouta for He hopes have work on the exterior of Adkins St. while their 2Vi story house, operation until the Big Freeze.
vote. The proposal provided senior the house completed by mid-summer. The complete with fruit cellar, was being built I
-Lloyd Cutler an attorney with .federal judged' salaries ,to increase interior work will likely require an equal two blocks away on what was then called, .Thj!. la.'f g! Truby+ o4 ,,:Lii ,the samestroyedby
law firm a. from'$H5,000-to: $175,000iper'year"even'i; ,period. of time! and,wiH&ave!to wait"HWtil ->,;1 t Pennsylvania Avenue (now Ctwrry St.) e Ste I) ,' wa
prestigious in Washington, was some of them did not hear a I can get refinancedJCen say ..-Jn-' '' '" "' '" '' '' of"r ire I'm and t 0 beeda etluilt.
''tOO" inane
a well-to-do
>: (ime when nor \
appointed as chairman of the pay raise thou last rebuilding the exterior he will restore the
case year.
committee. By his own admission, ,i
Cutler draws a salary of $200 000 The voice of the people has been
per '
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year. Prestigious law firms donlt' locate heard loud and clear. That's democracy City Manager -
in its finest hour.


Growth Will ReIn squire Changes:: .,' i* ,',..,"' I

City GcIf >vernment, ; Rotary Club

the present growth rate continues, and also the city manager type govern-
Perry G. McGriff Gainesville
ment was brought at a City Commis-
Starke may soon be experiencing some up businessman and civic leader,
of the same problems that are now con- sion meeting in March 1985. but failed to discussed the benefits of a city
fronting the f ast-growing town of Perryin get past the talking stage.l"ormer com- manager form of government at the AII
the once "b ckwoO s" county of missioner Bob Milner said that 93 per- Starke Rotary Club last week,
cent of Florida towns and cities have stating that it was the most popular
Taylor. form of local government in the na- r
either a city manager or a "strongmayor"
According to a recent AP story, when type of government. He added tion."The

Lewis Meeks was elected mayor of that the people Starke need some typeof city manager plan is a sim-
Perry in 1985, he never expected the Commissioner ple structure that people can easily .
strong government. "
understand, McGriff said. a ai
economic revolution and evolution thatis
Vernon Silcox agreed, saying that Authority to determine policy, approve
now converting the small county seat regardless of who holds the office, the expenditures,set taxes,and to i
town into a virtual boomtown. City Clerk has more responsibility than hire and fire the city manager rests
with the council.The city manager'sJob
Meeks is now retired from his part- any one person can handle, "especially! is overseeing the enforcement of

time job as mayor, after guiding Perry now that the city's budget" has, grown to laws and ordinances directing and
through four years of rapid growth. more than $7 million. appointing city employees, making

Since he was first elected in 1984, Perry Mayor Commissioner Bobby Big gs recommendations and for improvements --- .
submitting a
has attracted several large-scale industries said the city apparently is suffering "
including Northrop Corporation some growing pains and the issue (of i CIty l' budget Burge Searing at Crafts ShopBurge

a military contractor, the manager) deserved some McGriff has served on the Searing son of Mrs.Eunice Searing of Starke,who taught pianoat
Pittsburg-based PPG Industries- and consideration- t he stopped short of Gainesville City Commission and as Jacksonville University for ten years, is still in the field of music, but
committee the Mayor Commissioner He served on has turned his talents toward and
the Georgia Agricenter. He credits appointing a study on Alachua making demonstrating hand-crafted
the County Commission,
dulcimers at his newly opened shop in Stone Mountain
question.The Village near Atlan-
these economic achievements to the and was also chairman of this board.

cooperative effort of Perry's "unified complexity of the job of a City He said the city manager plan had ta.In case you're not familiar with mountain music, a dulcimer is a four-
council" and the mayor. Commissioner has increased greatly in proven to be unusually flexible in string wooden Instrument held flat in the lap and usually plucked by
During his tenure Meeks instituted. recent years, and will continue to in- such dealing as population municipal growth problems, corrup-, hand. But It also comes in a larger version with multiple strings, played
with delicate .
by striking "hammers" Either
"city manager/city council" form'of crease as the town grows, as it surely I'lion, crime and financial troubles.He mellow music which is with the instrument produces
popular mountain folk and
government, placing the day-to-day will.,>We are getting to the point wherewe emphasized that a city manager popularity with a wider circle of music lovers:
responsibilities of city management in can hardly expect a part-time com- must be professionally trained and In his new shop, Burge not only sells and teaches how to play the
to devote the hours needed to well paid for carrying out his dulcimer but also carries books
the hands of one qualified person rather missioner duties. The median records, tapes, and musical ac-
affairs of community demanding cessories. He Invites Starke friends to visit him at his shop their next
keep the a growing on
than seven part-time councilmen. salary for this position is$40,000,the trip to Stone Mountain.
Although now retired, Meeks has no running smoothly. Neither can a City speaker said, although larger cities
intention of ignoring the city's problems Clerk be expected to perform the dutiesof nay much more than!,that.

brought on by rapid growth. Chief a-city managerhis hands are full Starke, with an estimated population -
among the projects The will continue to keeping the financial affairs of a multi- of around 6,000 is on the Forestry Opportunities By David W.Norton County Forester

is boosting Perry's tourism million, dollar operation straight. borderline of being able to afford a
trade promote due to its location busy Under:' the city manager form of city manager, but with the rapid There will be a number of opportunitiesfor laws affect your operations.
;on would be is landowners that are practicing This shouldbe
government one man responsi- growth it now experiencing year s landowner seminar
highways 19 and 27. "Tourism is just as 'ble for all phases of the' 'city's changing the form of governmentmay forestry or want to consider tree plantingon even more successful than last year's
much a part of economic developmentas : would be of become a necessity, the their property. Please feel free to help session In Jacksonville. Registrationwhich
no the
operationthere yourself to following opportunity.The .
he said.McGrttt'cautioned'however. includes lunch and the proceedingsis
I a' new' manufacturing' plant, the buck, for the buck would stop at the speaker ,_, U.S. Forest Service has announcedthat '10. Here's the details:
I says city manager's desk, and if he failed to that the next Conservation Reserve Program February 18-"How to make Additional
I Perry is now a town of approximately dty officials-must be in agreementon (CRP) la scheduled for February Income
do the job, he could b& gotten rid of, at From Your Forest Land: A Lan- I
$-24. This chares the costs of
I 10,000., Starke is well on the way to changing the charter for a city program downer Seminar" Perry Paige
the will of City CommissipnerSr '
to trees I
reaching that goal, and needs to start manager type government or it manenigrassea. cropland or per Auditorium, Florida A & M University.
A annual lease
I Of course a good man m this position would not fly.He also said the voters ten-year
, in terms of what will be needed ; can be negotiated. Landowners Tallahassee;Fl. Registration f 10. Contact
, < would demand but if he need to be Informed. "The importance payment Bill Hubbard Edwards
thinking next few a good salary, located around the Brooker-Graham area (904) 392-5420 or James -
years i;'did the job as it should be done, he could of overestimated.-citizen understanding, can- have the best chance of qualifying.Contactthe (9M),599-3546 for more information.

Perry G.McGriff, a businessman and, likely save a large portion of his salary Without understanding there can ASCS office for more details. ,For those of you thinking( about a'timber
ex-Mayor of Gainesville, spoke to by increased efficiency in the operationof be neither support nor action," he We're at It again! A landowner seminar sale here is some news of future impor
Starke Rotarians last,week) discussing the city government.. added. on"How, to Make Additional Income From tance. Timber growers across the South

the structure of the city manager formof would need tools to workwith Your Forest Saturday Land", Is February scheduled to 18 take in are desperately hoping that President-
place Elect George Bush fulfills his promise to
it is the most
government,saying now Tallahassee.The seminar is being organized
and not 'the least of these
however, ,restore some sort of exclu-
I .r capital gains
in the r
popular form of city government with Florida A&M and will be held on sions
revised and to the code the
be a Completely tax says
U.S. Like the weather it a topic thatis their campus. ,
leader of the forest landowner
ve Charter. The under region's largest
rewritten City, ; one Topics include "Managing Your Forest
often discussed,- but littte has 'which last group. If nothing is done, he says,
the City is now operating was as a Business", "Economics and .
been done about it. But the problems of the South will experience''a tremendous
'revised,30 'years,ago In 1959, and has Marketing of Alternative Enterprises"
rapid growth bring with them so many 'Become a'hodgepodge'of,amendments "Landowner Assistance", and breakout'sessions { decline downers in the number' of private lair
new responsibilities that in the not too "- on Grazing, Christmas Trees, practicing forest management.
outdated and difficult
which make 'it tointerpret. -
Pond Management,Wildlife Management !
'distant' future t. a new type ,of' city i. .. A city manager would be lost ,After ChIt......'Undbgnt!taftd his- Firewood Production! ,Shlitske Mushroom. This from looks encouraging landowners; a few more U.S.letters -

.government will be inevitable. 'without the' guidance of, a new"' Cit, $ "'toty with Ute tint a dmffiflht' across Production,'Goat Production, Traditional*' Senators and Congressmen to your be more
: The matter of needed charter,changes .Charter:: ; th.Atlantic,!*em home by ship..r Pine Regeneration, !and how the new "tix' encouraging. may '

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Hampton Hilites '

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By Dolores Meng 468-1915 '

?, '1h New Arrival... ,.
Gregory and Shirley Lee of Panama City announce the birth of theirs i ,1ir f r J
baby daughter, Ashton Mares, born Jan. 12 at Gulf Coast Community
Hospital in Panama City. She weighed 6 lb. 1 oz., and measured 20 inches.
Maternal grandfather is James Brogdon of Panama City. Great-
I grandmother is Ethel Broxton of Panama City. "
I Paternal grandparents are Richard and Joan Mowry 'Hampton..
otf'it Great-grandmother Addle T. Howell of Panama City.

...... it Visitors...
Louise Mattheus enjoyed the recent visit of all her children and'other
) t." rleatives. m
_' ''{ -'' '" ,..w- Mrs. Joan Mowry and daughters, Debbie and Donna, recently visited -- a ...
Ashton Maree Lee and her parents at Panama City. While there, they also
visited Joan's mother. Olley Manning "' SUrke recently celebrated his W" birthday In the
Spry and chipper, Rossie Reddish celebrated her Dist birthday oil Gerald Meng and Melody Wilson left Wednesday for California, follow- SREC dining room. '
January 25.Rossie ing a two week visit with relatives and friends here. They spent time at I
Disney World and Epcot and several days with the'Jimmy''Gissy family.

Reddish 91 Years Youngby and other friends in Orlando. .. ..- Colley Manning Still Active at 80!

Condolence... ;"'1, Colley Manning recently Cove Springs most of their married
Buster Rahn Sincere sympathy Is extended to then family and friends of Michael, celebrated his 80th birthday at the
BCT Staff Writer wards, and two friends, Mildred Dazinski, who died Feb. 2. Suwannee River Economic Council life.After his wife's death In 1977, Col-
Rossie Rosier Reddish celebratedher Hurst and C.F. Carter, sat at the l' (SREC) dining room with friends ley began living in Starke on Call
91st birthday Wednesday Jan. table with Rossie. Rossie taught Hampton School ; ,: and relatives. Street with his sister, Beulah
25, in the Suwannee River Economic Carter, age 80, when he was in the PTA Meeting... \ Colley was born in Old Town on Howard who has been confined to a
3rd grade. :' Feb. 5, 1903. He served in the Army
Council (SREC) Congregate Dining At the PTA, Meeting held Feb. 6, it was voted to join the national PTA In World War II wheelchair since 1986.
,serving 3W in
Room, where friends and relatives Rossie taught in local schools until :'A has been } for years Colley is a member of Air Park
organization. meeting tentatively planned April 17 to India and Burma. After his return
joined in the festivities. WWII, having graduated from 'finalize the i and was ordained as
agreement. home. he
From Baltimore, Md. came Florida Normal Institute, Madison, ,1 married Verdie Byrd on a deacon in 1986. '
Mitch Guthall his wife Fla. In 1916. "Normal" schools '. March 15, 1946, residing in Green
grandson ; Mrs. Clark Surprised... ; i", .
Diana, and their daughter, 8 monthsold prepared students for teaching positions -
On Feb. 6, Mrs. Jean Clark was pleasantly surprised with a party givenin
Sarah be with Rossie her In schools in those
to rural days.
on I
She decorated cakes
her honor by the faculty. appreciated the birthday
birthday. Eva Jean Reddish, Rossie is spry and chipper, and and good wishes of her friends. One of the highlights of the day for Mrs. TV Gospel Singer To Appear At Madison Baptist
Rossie's daughter, is Mitch'smother. looking forward to many more productive Clark was a beautiful, bouquet of red roses from her son Brian. '',' -
years. Her mother lived to I Miss Kendra Cook will be guest Madison St. Baptist cordially ,in-
A niece, Zona (Mrs. J.V.) Ed- be 106. Like mother, like daughter. Writing to Read.:. 1 i ''I 1 ,' soloist this Sunday evening, Feb. 12 vites the public to come and worship
ate 7 : at Madison St. In music this Sunday evening, Feb.
danJiaates; p.m Baptist
Money is being collected in the form1 of $.05 votes for to be '
Church. 12
at 7
selected King and Queen of the Valentine Sweetheart contest. Money on Kendra is ,the featured female p.m. :
hand from this project will go toward the Writing to Read Fund:' ''
I ; New Stops for Bookmobile For Area Residents On Feb. 10 kindergarten through 2nd''grade classes will have a valentine Gospel soloist on Hour'Jerry television Falwell's )Id Time Starke

\ dance from 1-2 p.m. Their king and queen! will be announced at that time. Her voice and incredible program. Church of Christ'
'" On Friday, Feb. 10, the Bradford THURSDAY: Brooker Elemen- That evening at 7 p.m. the third through sixth grades will hold their soprano
range and
County Bookmobile will begin serv- tary, 8-10 a.m., Brooker City Hall, valentine dance when their king and.<) teen will also be announced. experience power for all creates who hear a worship her.' Comer Hwy 16 & McMahon
ing people at the Handy-Way storeon 10-12 p.m.; Graham Post Office, .' : 9648594We
ft ; 'I Kendra Us a graduate of Liberty
CR 226 and US 301 from 10-11 a.m. 12:15-1:15: p.m.; Kite's Realty, Walk-A-Thon 'LII' ffJ.-.J University and ,has traveled invite you to hear the i
". The bookmobile will then move to 1:30-2:30: p.m.FRIDAY All are invited to participate in the fund raiser on Feb.: 3 wpen! a Wauc-A- worldwide, performing with several word of Cod. ,
the Handy-Way at CR 125 and US 301 : Lawtey Handy-Way, CR Than will be held to gather support for the Writing,to Read program. .Liberty University Missions.Groups.
= from 11151215. 225 & 301, 10-11 a.m.; Handy-Way, Students. will get pledges and supporters for this walk !-1-; 111 It> Bible Study 10 am I
The bookmobile will no longer ser- CR 125 & 301, 11151215.: *" l--\- :li !II' .. Morning Worship ,11 am
vice the Lawtey City Hall. Valentine Court...' ;my/i 'II ltii; )ilj >h. Evening Worship'' '6:30 pm

bookmobile Scheduled stops for the School Menus Kindergarten-Keviti Mobley, RacHpI\ ; Smith; 1-Paul *jone ,cyndi, : Wednesday Evening 7:30: pm
are: Drake; Joshua Starling Julia McMillan; 2-Roger Mitzel, Jassy Starling; "rilesresi) Bible Study
I' TUESDAY: Hampton Elementary Feb. 13-17 3-Robert'Broome, 'Vicki Hutto; 4-tJasbn McCullough, Alicia Baker; -" James Cobb Minister
8-10 a.m., Midway corner at 21 & S-Timmy-iMays and'Tori Hersey tied with Stacey.'McGregor t'B-.Dale r'i'' .. ...
21B 10:15-11:15 Edwards Bradford Elem.&Middle School ; ; ;'i. '
a.m. ,
Grover,'Jennifer Darley; Jimmy Coleman and Nena Contois werechwehih<<: 'y.h .
: in, ,'Theressa,* :30- : Mondayt BBQ pork on bun, trench tries, pun ,
;;;'IOIi.Groc: i
*/I T ice bmwN..'.mllk: Vvu/l. uu.ia/A btn.vl\nute'I i to present'M1AM4dbvtnd'Mrs'Fleece'class.PMl57iinagaptan44ie11asaC1Kyle : \! I;, .
''f"I.m.t.liatnpton Post,''Qt Fried chicken mashed potatoes, were j Mr.' I'I \. / IJ Ill Re'ef'! M4, Vii ,1uiIitl4'iIusinrtia
Tuesday green
p.m.'n ,eteietedfb .: Wittet'b'kfa&i rf ) ,? (b..v .
I 12:34: !: ::3O beans cherry cobbler cake hot rolls, milk. i T 3 Sisters Creations
Wednesday EARLY RELEASE DAY. Btet-l- ,
Gospel SingPlanned ronl,cheese stlx garden salad,apple crisp hot Victory Baptist. "
'" rolls milk.Thursdays. Rev. Andy Crews from Corinth Baptist Church of'Athens', GliiJ'w11l; be i f Florist
I for UCAP slaw,strawberry Whaler shortcake on bun later milk.tots cabbage guest speaker''at, the?; morning and evening- services on JT K- Q19B9.; .
; There will be a gospel sing at New Frldayi Managers choice day. Everyone is invited.Happy. H&memGcr your SweetheartyeBruary
5 River New Congregational Bradford High School I''h1b' 4\c ;l'S" 14
) Methodist Church on Saturday,Feb. Mondays Plg-ln-the-blanket baked beans, cabbage ; ,J. ,
| 11 at 7 slaw, peaches butterscotch squares, milk. > Roses
p.m. Tuesday! BBQ pork on bun, later tots, pears, .:r''i'
i will be served. A donationi
3 Dessert chocolate cake milk. Balloons
$ will be collected to help UCAP in Wednesday EARLY RELEASE DAY: Fried '
their fight against the proposed chicken,mashed potatoes fc gravy,green beans Fresh & 1' =xK I

; Hazardous Waste Treatment Facility applesauce,Beef-vegetable cinnamon roll: milk.Tbursd.ys soup., cheese toast IA a. ., J i '9+' t Silk Flowers 1c1R1266" -W ,
for this area.Thank > Bears2psespnced
jj planned garden salad pineapple topped cake milk. Mugs
Friday Managers choice day. .40thBirthday ',

=| you AIaCarteMood.y. trench fries,
Hamburgers pizza G FromT.SO to45
5 We would like to extend our heart- milkshakes. ;,
at the Tuesday Hamburgers, french fries, corndogs, ;'
: felt thanks to our neighbors milkshakes. Wayne kL eodl!
I Bradford Motel Trailer Park at the Wednesday Corndogs french fries, hamburgers i
5 recent fire at our home. Special milkshakes, O..i.7Lursd.Ys 107,E. Edwards Road 964-3294 I-I
of Cheeseburgers pizza french fries
thanks also to the quick response :
3 ,
milkshakes O.J.
} the Starke Fire Department for say Fridays Corndogs hamburgers, plus, trench Forty is Just 4 times
| ing what they could. fries,milkshakes. :
3 Roy&&JeanieWells C>E.."day students have choice of a hot lunch better than a 101.r}
salad bar a-lacarte.

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Students of the Week.., Patricia Guyer; Language Arts, fls; Reading, Danny Nugent; Temika Berry, Heather William*. Week a success. We appreciate yo, *._r :.
Mr, Darrick Swaford Math, Keturah Behavior,Michael Hepburn. Bridget Booker. help-Mr. Dewey McKinney SI!
Strop g's class homeroom, Berry; Social. Stlllles, Angela Grits. Students of the week are: prlnclpalb' Mr. Rod Buchele, Bra Idst.- ,
f"' "), Mrs. Tetstone's Class... Reading Chastity Evans; ; Mr. Ken Pab: .
.. (",,. r I ".' Participants for the annual school Language, Heather Williams; Math, Bradford Environmental Heal th '
) spelling bee were Jamie Gotts, Luther Cadle; and Homeroom, Director; Mrs. Sue Crum Bradfo,rd
'-! ( Lakeisha Austin Tonya Bates Bridget Booker. Public Library Director; Mrs. Hel en +
9 'fL9 Kesha Wilkes, Danta Johnson Holly Davis, Postmaster. ,
: Gill Shawn Wright, Tony Baldwin, Career Week... Awards Ceremonies... :,
Krlsty Larsen, Chris Harrington A big thanks to the following peo-
Chastity Evans Brandt Wilkerson ole for making Career Education Awards assemblies for the thii rd + r
l six weeks grading period will be he IdJ. f ir'j
TOA + .- _I !:. hj,=< ""'" in the SES cafeteria: ",,
181 Its Mard to Believe! 9-Kindergarten 8:15-9: a.m.; 1:stO ,F: r
REALSweetlieart grade, 9-9:45: ; 2nd grade 9:45-10: :! te
. From 18 Mos. to 18 years, a.m.FRIDAY .
FEB. 10 5th grad ,
,,, ,. w Ifie years Went Too Fast. 8:15-9: a.m.; Srd grade, 9-9:45: a.m..:
pfappy Vtirtfiday'Efaine 4th grade 9:45-10:20! : a.m.

Xjm6erCy mottles 'We Love you, Congratulations!

Temike Berry won the SES spel]
We All Love You The Family '0 a Connie Marie !ing bee, with Donte' Johnson a
runner-up. They will represent SE;S'" '"
Mom Dad in the Bradford County spelling be e tumoeriy Ann Urlf fls
,_ & on Wednesday Feb. 15, at 10 a.m. il n and Jonathan Sweat
the School Board Room.HOME .

Wed Feb. 17

Kimberly Ann Griffis, daughter of
Jack Dale and Betty Ann Griffis of
EMTERTAIMMEWTCONCEPTS Starke, and Jonathan Riley Sweat
1 son of Riley and Sharon Sweat, will
be married February 17' at 7 p.m. In
Grace Baptist Church on Griffis
@ Loop Starke.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
BHS Class of 1988.
Bradford Square Shopping Center Starke, Florida 9646946Does

LIOUIDATION It Again! GriffisMcClainePlan June Marie WeddingKelley Griffis announcesthe

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Susan Dianne[ Griffis of Starke. to
Stephen Matthew McClaine of
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NOTICEAPPLICATION At this lime the Bradford County Commission You mutt either appear on the data Health Dept. ft Clinic, to the STARKE:

I FOR REZONING will make) the final decision on and at the lime specified or send a written BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on property
the proposed apllcallon alter having response to the court prior to that located and described below:
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has made two public hearings, advertisement and time. Your failure to appear or respondwill 329 N. Church St., k.a. Bradford County
application All Interested In this be treated as a consent to the A Clinic lots
to the Stark.Zoning C Planning posting. persons permanent Health Dept. 3, 4, I1, 12.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO \ Department for reclassification of thoprop.rty application are hereby given notice of commitment and you may lost 13& 14, of Livingston Truby S Co. Subd..
REGISTER IN tHE' CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR described below from R1C to time and place for the)two public hearings all legal rights as a parent to the child orchlldr.n for public buildings and services In RP
BRADFORD named In the
Petition for Permanent
FICTITIOUS NAME RP: 329 N. Church St.. k.a. Bradford required. Commitment (contingent upon rezoning to RP) to continue
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida In the Matter of CASE NO.S8-54S-CA County Health Dept. and Clinic Lots 3, 4, I Director: i Summons. to the present use and build parking lot

Statutes, notice is hereby given that the The Adoption Of: 11. 12 13 a 14, of Blk. of Livingston Zoning a Planning WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of told and additional buildings.The .
undersigned Carolyn Corv.,. Route 2, JAMES DENVER Truby A Co. Subd., to continue presentuse Bradford County Court and the Seal thereof this 27th Starke Board of Adjustment will
p.. 237S. Star...., Flo.. 3201, sole Minor.,. HAYES and put In compliance with CLOP Itchg 2/9 of January, 1989. day conduct a public hearing on Thursday,

owner, doing business under the firm NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Comprehensive Land Use Plan as In Control 0975 GILBERT S. BROWN February 23. 1989, In the Council Roomof
name of The Sporting Chance, Route 2, stitutional. This will need ", Stark.,
: The unknown natural father request a As Clerk of Court Starke City Hall at 7:30 p.m.
Box 237$said,Starke. Flo.. 32091. Intends toregister Residence unknown.You special exception which has been applied Control 0964 Florida, after having been reviewed by
fictitious nom. under thoolor..old for.
are notified that an action for ZONING NOTICE 4tchg 2/9-2/2 the Starke Zoning Board.At .
statute.Dated adoption of child of whom This proposed change In classificationIs this all will be hrdconc.rnlng
a minor you applica.' time, persons
this 16th day of January, 1989, has subject to a public hearing to be held ARTHUR A. PRATT has mode ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD this specifiedIn
arc alleged to be the natural father application as
In Bradford County. before Stark. and tion fat SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 for
Zoning Planning FLORIDA
been filed In the Circuit Court of Bradford the Zoning Codes of the City of Starke.
4lpdl1929PUBLIC Florida. Case No. Board on Thursday February 23, 1989 at group living facility to the Bradford PROBATE DIVISIONFile Zoning Administrator
County the Council Room of Starke City Hall 209 County Board of Adjustment on property
Number 89.11 CP
68 94S CA, end are required to Starke Bd.of Adj.
N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. that It classified RO and described Division 1-4006
serve a of written objections, Itchg 2/9
copy your At this time all person; both for and below: IN RE: ESTATE OF
to the adoption on Peter D. Black, Petitioner' Control 0972
HEARINGA whoso address Is 7952 against this proposal shall be heard, as This request Is contingent upon the FOSTER E. WHITACRE,
public hearing will be hold 6n attorney Jacksonville specified In the Starke Zoning Codes. rezoning of lot 2. Blk. 1 of Pln.br.... Deceased.
Boulevard ,
February 27, 1989 in the Bradford County Florida Normandy The zoning will make a recommendationto Subd., Parcel 02820-A-00200 Sec. 26, NOTICE TO CREDITORS ZONING NOTICE
32221 before the day
Board Room on a proposed amendmentto of February 1989 and file the original the Storke City Commission on this Twn. 6 S., Rng. 22 E, located one mile (Summary Administration) SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST
the Board Rule 6GX45.22 application at their scheduled TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS BEULAH NAPIER has made application
District Procedures regular OR
with the Clerk of this Court either before East of Starke, North of NE 2nd Ave.
for providing Special Education. entice Immediately hearing set for Tuesday, March 7, 1989, (Bessent Rd.) and off N.E. 4th Ave. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 2 In Zoning
on plaintiffs' attorney or
Control 0962 at 7:30 p.m., In the Council Room of ESTATE: Classification A for Mobile Home on 2'/i\
3tchg 2/2.16 ) thereafter: otherwise a judgment Starke City Hall Starke. Florida.At The Bradford County Zoning Board willr.vl.w You are hereby notified that an Orderof acres, for aged parent to the STARKE
will be entered the relief the and make
granting a
Summary Administration has
this time the Starke City Commission been BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on property
requested In the petition. recommendation to the Bradford County entered In the Estate of Foster located
PUBLIC AUCTION will make the final decision on the E and described below:
NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon WITNESS my hand and seal of this proposed application after having two Board of Adjustment for their public Whltacre, Deceased File Number South 2'/i acres of 5 acres out ofParcel
Court on the 25th day of January. 1989. hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m., In the 89-22-CP, by the Circuit Court for
advertisement and Brad
day February 13, 1989 at 10:00 A.M., RAY NORMANAs public hearings two 02603.0.00300. Sec. 22, Twn. 6 S.,
the undersigned Gator Freightways, posting. All persons Interested In this Commission meeting room of City Hall ford County, Florida Probate Division, Rng. 22 E.. in Northeast Stark. a.k.a.
Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at Clerk Control of Court 0958 application are hereby given notice of 209 N. Thompson St.. Starke, Florida on the address of which Is Post Office Reno, located South of East Market Road

2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., time and place for the two public hearings Tuesday February 28 1989. Drawer B. Starke. Florida 32091 that the and East of Old Lawtey Road.
4tchg At this time all will be heard total cash value of the
one lot of TV consigned to M/M, required. persons estate is The Stark. Board of Adjustment will
Cullen, Vero Beach, Fla.. Director, concerning this application, as specifiedIn 3500.00 and-that the names and addresses conduct a public hearing on Thursday,
eon lot of washers miniature, consigned STATE OF FLORIDA Zoning ft Planning the Bradford County Zoning Codes. of those to whom It has been February 23, 1989, In the Council Room

to Avantit Prodi., Miami Fla. CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDSAND Stark.. Florida Zoning Director assigned by such order are: of Starke City Hall at 7:30 Starke.
one lot of horse stall component consigned TRAINING COMMISSION, Itchg 2/9 BC.B. of ADJ. Name and Address: Florida after p.m.
having been reviewed
Control 0976 G. Whltacre by
to Petitioner Control 0969 Ruby
Champion Farms, Dad. City, the Stark.
Zoning Board.
Fla. v. Itchg 2/9 Rt. 4, Box 1531

eon.lot of roofing tile samples, consigned RICKY A. EZ2EIL, NOTICEAPPLICATION Storke, Fl. 32091 At this time this, all application persons will be heardconcerning

to Eric E. Cunningham, Respondent. IN" THE Charles Bradley Kills as specifiedIn
Tampa, Fla. FOR REZONING CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the Zoning Codes of the of Starke.Zoning .
to satisfy freight and storage charges, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO ARTHUR A. PRATT has made application JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD- Rt. I, Box 672 City
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of : RICKY AEZZELLResidence to the Bradford County Zoning & FORD COUNTY FLORIDA To.ewell, VA 24651 Administrator
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading.Pro Unknown Planning Department for reclassificationof JUVENILE DIVISION Starke Bd.of Adj.
All file with
persons are required to
that Administrative 2/9
14-821840 YOU ARE NOTIFIED an filed- the property described below from CASE NO. 87-48-CI((2.901)) the clerk of said court WITHIN THREE Control Itchg
Pro 03-456792 dtd 11/22/88 Complaint has been RSF-1 to RO: Lot 2. Blk. 1 of PlneBreeie IN THE INTEREST OF CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE 0974

14-823460 against you seeking to Revoke the law Subd., Parcel 02820-A.O020O, Sec. 26, KITTY SUE KONKEL FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE all STARKE H
02-065324 dtd 9/1/88 enforcement certificate held by you In Twn. 6S., Rng. 22 E, located one inilo noB: 02/10/74. claims against the estate in the form and

Gator Freightways, Carrier accordance with Section 943.1395 F.S.., East of Stark.,West of NE 2nd Ave. (eel- A manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of CHURCH OF GOD

Control 0959 and any rules promulgated thereunder.You sent Rd.) and off NE 4th Ave. to put property Child.SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the 422 N. St Clair 964-5445
2tchg 2/2-9 ore required to serve a writtencopy in classification with special exception PETITION FOR Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship
of your Intent to request a hearing John Spratlln. PastorWe
so that structure can be used for PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE Procedure.ALL .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO pursuant to Section 120.57, F.Supon group living facility. STATE OF FLORIDA: CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO Invite you to worship with us.

REGISTER JEFFREY W. LONG DIRECTOR. Divisionof This proposed change In classificationIs TO: KAREN SUE COOK KONKEl FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Attended Nursery

FICTITIOUS NAME Criminal Justice Standards and TrainIng subject to a public hearing to be held R'9iMAN' Publication of this notice has begun on SundRY.hooI .... .. ............ 10 am
P.O. Box Tallahassee, Florida
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida 1439 before the Bradford County Zoning |:j Address Unknown. February 9, 1989. Mi.nhi Worship .... ...... ..... llamDvenlrg
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 32302 on or before March 21, 1989. Board on Tuesday February 28, 1989, at j j':1 You are hereby notified that a petition Dennis L, Blackburn Esq. Service: ..... .. .. ....... 6pmWalnmilnyYoiilh
undersigned Susan M. Faulkner, Failure to do so will result In a default 7:00: p.m. at the Council Room of Starke under oath copy of which Is attached Attorney at Law ..._._.._...._ 7aOpnl:
Lawrence H. Patrick, Darrell O'Neal 221 being entered against you to Revoke City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Street hereto has been filed In the above styled Smith & HulseyP. .

W. Lafayette St., Starke, Florida 32091, said Certification pursuant to Section Starke, Florida.At court for the permanent commitment O. Box 53315Jacksonville
joint owners doing business under the 120.60, F.S., and Rule 118-27, F.A.C. this time all persons, both for and of, KITTY SUE KONKEl. a female child, Fl. 32201-3315 LAMP OF JESUS

firm name of Patrick Properties, 221 W. DATED: January 19, 1989COLONEL against this proposal shall be heard as born on February 10. 1974, at Telphone ((904)) 359-7700
Lafayette St., Starke, Florida 32091, Intends BOBBY R. BURKETT specified In the Bradlord County Zoning Nassawodox Accomack County State Control 0965 CRAFT/CONSIGNMENT
to register said fictitious name CHAIRMAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Codes. of Virginia, to the Department of Health 21chg 2/9-16 fTu.es.-Sat. 10-5:30))
under the aforesaid statute. STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMISSION The Zoning Board will moke a recommendation and Rehabilitative Services for subsequent -
a Is
Spring Blooming
Dated this 30th day of January, 1989 to the Bradford County Commission adoption, and you are h.r.bycommanded ZONING NOTICE Valentine
In Bradford County. By Joe Kendrick on this application at their to be and appear before the SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST Ideas
4tchg 2/2-23 Division. RepresentativeControl prescheduled hearing to be held Honorable George H. Pierce. Acting BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF Home Crown Frozen

Control 0960 0954 Wednesday March 15. 1989, at 7:30 JUdge of the Circuit Court at the Brad- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has made application Blueberries

4lchg 1/26-2/16 p.m., In the Commissioners Room of ford County Courthouse, at 1:30 P.M. on for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 For More Information, Call

Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Wednesday, March 8, 1989 at Starke, In Zoning Classification RP for Public 964-7109/964-5898

Florida. Bradford County. Florida.GERALD buildings and services, Bradford County"

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Pap IA nUlt\PII: February 9. 19MB

I *, Tornadoes Rebound From Loss to Knights with SJU-8SJ Win L

.1 Bradford High rebounded from a 3A team. It'll be another tough one. of Hamilton County 19-3 after the lessening of the quality of play. It The taller and more physical last Friday night on the BHS floor
133-91 loss to Ocala Vanguard and Coach Cummings asks that anybodywho loss and riding a nine-game winning the
gives Coach Cummings luxury of Knights beat the Tornado five badlyon and made a game of It with the
got a 99-89 win Tuesday night Feb. can go make the trip to Palatkato streak into the game. rotating players In and out to give the boards. BHS had only 23 re- faster and quicker Tornado five but
the state's fifth-ranked Class support the basketball team. Five BHS players scored in double them needed rest, to keep them bounds the lowest total this season. lost 61-57 in the end.

2A team, Hamilton County High Friday Feb. 9, BHS goes to Santa figures. Forward Pedro Carter led fresh for a hard driving finish. BHS played a good first period, ,It was a tough game, Tornado fans
from Jasper. Fe High. BHS is home Feb. 14 BHS with 25 points, had 7 rebounds, After building the cushion to 32 leading most of the way and trailing said.
The 2-1 week leaves BUS in secondplace against Middleburg.Feb. and two blocked shots. Center points BHS became lazy, the by only one point 24-23 at the end of Center Wendell Hudson scored 13
In the District 5-3A race with 16 BHS goes to Jasper for a Wendell Hudson scored 17 points, players said. Hamilton County solved the first period. points and forward Pedro Carter 10
an 8-2 record. BUS is 16-5 over-all. rematch with Hamilton County. The grabbed 11 rebounds and had four the BHS press and then BHS got But once BHS let the gate open points the only two Tornadoes In
Vanguard put a real whipping on final regular season game is home blocked shots in one of his better caught up In the run and shoot styleof OV never let up. OV beat BHS 31-19 double figures. But a balanced offense
the Tornadoes last Saturday night in Feb. 17 against Ocala Vanguard. games of the season. Hudson was play. in the second period 35-24 in the again pulled the Tornadoes

Ocala. Tornado Coach Rowland guarding Jasper center Keith Smith ......... 10 13 II 14 HttomlHwlCniMy third, and 43-25 in the fourth period. through. Hudson had several clutch
Cummings wasn't sure how his BUS 99 Hamilton Co. 89 played a heckuva game" said i11 H :34 Otrwthnrf rebounds late In the game to help
had The
players would react. Coach Cummings. Eugene Blye Ml.hi Min Owry ..11.-.. iul.n. My Vanguard a career night. BHS outlast Lake Weir.
Tornado cagers had their hands 3.1-1/4.10. MM c..... II-3/1-10, W.MII, HydHM 133 points are an OV record. And
"I'm proud of the way we came full with third-ranked Class 2A scored IS points, Marvin Lane 12, "-'/'-'', M.r ln lw.. .../1..1. HwoM ClindlM4iMO Eric 's 50 is a BHS led all the way but Lake Weir
back" said Coach Cummings. The Hamilton County High here Tuesday Harold Chandler 10, and Reggie ....!. Ui.MI.ld .-.-., Train' My I...., record. y points gym kept It close. BUS was up by three
Tornado five the best basket- Sheffield 8. K_11 fund '.111...'_I.. ".'.1111"".
played night, Feb. 7, but hung in for an 99-89 30-27 at the half, and 47-40 after thethis'd
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ball of the season in the second' win.. BHS was up by four 19-15, after a '..I.llt.h. .,.... ..-/.-... Pr... K"..... 115433-U period. BUS need the advan-
period when they took a 31 point lead first period in which the lead changed '-./.-.., Ufty .._ ', -./''IT. ..k. ...... ....., S..d.d Nigh. .. J.hw S.." .....,!.. __ ..,. tage as Lake Weir won the fourth
over Hamilton County, the coach Scoring 33 points in the second hands 13 times. The second five of MlchHl J.dsn 1../.-.. ToMlu ....../P-". 4,>.i/4-... ....,. C..tar 4-0-H, Ww>MI Hyrfm 17-14.
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said. needed the the half Tornadoes Blye Reggie
And 52.26 at
they period, BHS was up O.Vanguard 133 BIIS 91 Mey J. the Trojans came back strong in a and 73-55 after three periods. Sheffield, Harold Chandler came in Mi.NM4. N/....TMIu .....111...... .WM II II Is7 07Oradtaitf
run and shoot contest with one "We knew Hamilton County would in the second period and fueled the Tornado cagers were soundly Oral VMtnri....D.II.y' ..-../..-I.I,Kb.*fmtt HUM Mm 0..ry .../.-*. !_ Mm.
player hitting consistently from the make at but I didn't know it second quarter. beaten both physically and on the ....1. >..ml. ,.,.. .,.../...., WIMI. jMokt ...../.-., r.*. CWtar 1-4/7-10, W..IU Mil*..
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three point range.Upcoming. would be that good," said Coach I've got some super players on Scoreboard, 133-91 by District 5-3A v... Muffs 1-./.., _... 0 Cummings. Jasper's junior guard the bench," said Coach Cummings.It leader Ocala Vanguard in Ocala All,. '...*.'-'/'-,,.T.t.bi ".'.IIII7-IP. ..,.."/.......
... Tony McKire got hot from outside, is a real advantage that BHS has Saturday night, Feb. 4. Uk Weir H4..hl Mw| Milk ...11.-... ......
BUS 61 Lake Weir 57 tarter 1-1/1-4. Qnnta. s..1 l-e-1 OKI* Hw.tfym
BHS goes to Palatka tonight to hitting 7-of-15 three points baskets in eight or nine players who can play, Vanguard left no doubt which 7-4/4-10. Oct II....... 3-I/1-. 11,4 _
take on the state's number 7 Class the second half to Ipnrl the rnm..hllrlc who can cpme into the game with no school is the host in District R-3A Lake Weir slowed the game down .*..T.i.k.""- 1/11-17.

I Lady Tornadoes Win 3 Straight to Improve Reason Record to 16-6 I

Rebounding from a 61.51 loss to BUS 54 O.Forest 51 She and teammate Annette Simmons INS 'UU.I. 14Oc when'they led the Lady Rams back to recover.
started driving the basketballon .l.Mm 14 14 t 14 IIradtant "I told the I do not like to beat
District 5.3A leader Ocala This 54-51 win assured the Lady Hlghi Monk. WlIII.,. .4-I/7-I1 K.nd.. into the game."However girls
Vanguard, the Bradford High varsi- Tornado five of a home game in the Forest. At times they'd pass off to Cutter .-./ .... inm Cvte Mil ...-., Hhond.right a win is a win. At this anybody badly at their home but
ty girls won three straight this past first round of District 5-3A play Feb. Aurilla Williams under the basket. 0-1/4-1. Aumrta ..,_.. l-l/l-l. UtanJwkxm point of the season we'll take them they let this one gezt a little too
week. They sparked BHS to a 13-1 run with ... .0-1/1-1.... Ariin* Willi.,. ..II.-.,. ,_,.. anyway we can short of cheating" close," said Coach Slater.

BHS is 16-6 over-all and 10-2 in 15.BHS started slowly again, on both 3:30: left in the game. Oc.l..1/2' ..,.,.. .. P.h.r ....71"-.. I.KIM said Coach Slater. The BHS offense There were, however, some great
District 5-3A; both are school offense and defense, said Coach BHS Principal Charles Francis 1-1/4-14, J...,l. .-.... .......,.. ....1. was sluggish. The BHS defense did moments said Coach Slater. Evette
records. The previous record was 15 John Slater. The Forest guards were said he went out side the gym for a s ll.ck.ton.. 1.0-1.,...,.. ....-./..-... not exist in the second half the Covington was unbeatable under the
basket she 18 rebounds 8 offensively
games back in 1958. able to shoot and drive anytime during minute with BIIS down six points. BUS 51 G.Eastside 43 coach said. as and scored got 21 both
Francis said when he back in
The Lady Tornadoes won a big the first half. came a The Lady Tornadoes looking SHI 10 11 HI* were career: highs. "Evette played the
Mon- few minutes later BHS was six 0........ 14 14 41
district game by edging 54-51 'At half time we changed our points for their ninth Districtd 5-3A win and 0.......4 ...... MM.. WIHIM 4.1-./244, ...... kind of basketball she must play for
day night, Feb. 6, by Ocala Forest on defense to a game and did up. and scored six the position of second place in the ...... """", P... rtonMM ...-.11... /n.N.<- us to succeed," said Coach Slater.
the BHS court. They also turned not allow their guar to go to their Mo came in points district. The Lady Rams were look- .*.... 3-1/3-7. Ammw Okwimii *0>.. ArtuveWllltom. Aurilla Williams just a freshman, I
back District 5-3A foe Gainesville right," said Coach Slater. At the halfForest's right away. Aurilla grabbed three ing for an upset, said Coach Slater. .-./.-.. T.twu .....1110-... also had 14
offensive rebounds and put them 0...,. vtll.. 3-HH.i II.Mil """". TttaMil a strong night, scoring
Eastside 51-43 and won 70-52 aver Kite and Parker had 26 of back for big baskets. The Rams played well and gave '-./.-... '._le. ..II.-.. I.Cw.nlwpA.s., .-./.... points and grabbing 14 rebounds. r
non-district opponent and Class 2A their points. With up two minutes left, BHS went to the Lady Tornadoes a fit, but in the D..,..* ..11.-..T.MlM "..-./.1.... And Monic Williams added 11 points.
Hawthorne High. BHS had 64 re- "I told the girls we had to stop No. end the Lady Tornadoes prevailed "
"Our inside girls did a Job,
a spread offense to run down the BUS 70 Hawthorne 52 super
bounds against Hawthorne, a school 12 and No. 21 and not to worry about 51-43. said Coach Slater. I
record. clock, and found Aurilla open The BHS needed all of the 22
anybody else said Coach Slater. underneath twice. Eastside has two tall girls who girls Ht 17 IS7 10 70rtewrtm. I
They responded, allowing the two play inside. Evette Covington and point advantage as they hung on to 10 II 17 01 U I
Upcoming... Forest guards only 9 and 14 points in Latara Jackson and Annette Simmons Aurilla Williams played strong beat Class 2A Hawthorne 70-52 on the ImHw ....... Monk WHItem. 14/.-... K..... '
did excellent job of cuttingoff ...
an road. 1-0-4.Dow Mirm.n l-l/l-l oratta Cmtofte
The BHS girls host close neighbor the second half.Offensively underneath the basket reboundingas
Forest guards in the fourth 0.0/6-11.Oh.wd.Ortfht '-11''' Utan Im+mm 11.AiirllM
Class 2A Keystone High tonight the BHS girls were said Coach Slater. Rhonda points were spread out among In the third quarter the Lady Tor- WIt_ '-./I..., Arkm WINteM ,
(Thursday, Feb. 9). Friday, Feb. 10, sluggish, scoring only 20 points the quarter ezveryone. Monic Williams led all nado defense went and sat on the .-."11....
BHS hosts North Marion. Tuesday first half. And scoring leader Monic Bright was strong on the defensive scorers with 14 and Kendra Butler bench. At one point in the fourth H. nS.,. ....... rtewklK... ..-... Utemitef. 4-M4,
boards. Kendra Butler kept BHS in Wllltai. i-4-14. .. Thorn.. 1-4-1, Myl
Feb. the BHS travelto Williams went after hit Inthe scored quarter the BHS ladies were up by 8 .
14 out .
night girls being the game in the third quarter with 7 points. .*.. TMbl ...II....
in the last four
BHS defense points. However
Gainesville High. The District eye. The was weak at
of her 11
5-3A tournament is set Feb. 15-18 It apparently made Monic mad. points. times especially in the second half minutes the BHS offense got rolling

I Wrestlers Season Full of Pluses for Program, Season ]Ends at 13-2 l

The Bradford Wrestling team Feb 3, the Tornadoes won on the the only undefeated wrestler in the 1 handily, 105. The upcoming district tournamentthis Coach Brett Purdy 1s confident in

finished their season on a winning road. Thursday, Ocala Forest was area had a hard bout with his opponent Saturday February 11. will be his team at Lake Weir. He is expecting
note against St. Augustine High an easy win for the Tornadoes by a winning 2-0 over the St. at Lake Weir. Wrestlers compete individually to take a ;"big crowd" of competitors

School Tuesday February 7th. score of 45 to 29. John Williams, Augustine Senior, who is the team lr Mord II. M. Ai..."."M.I047lort rather than as a team. to Kissimmee.His .
The Tornadoes pulled out a hard however, the only unbeaten wrestlerin captain, and who had lost only one by.."... The four top wrestlers In each expectations are that seven or

fought win, 31-30, and ended their the area, could only hold his oppo- match previously. lit 1I1-.h_to H.Crawford...._fl won mn 10-0.'.1. weight class will advance to the more Bradford wrestlers will ad-
season with a 13-2 season record losing nent to a tie in the 125 pound class. David Lizenbee was back in form, 1M-John O. Willi./ ,.w.n 10. Regional tournament, to be held at vance to regional.The .
early to Lake Weir, the definding Friday, at Eastside In Gainesville, winning a pin in 56 seconds, the only 110-.... H...'_...* .... Kissimmee Gateway High, Fridayand squad is healthy again, he
State Champions, and losing another by a score of 46-27 the Tornadoes pin for the Tornadoes in the match. .IK_-..OWI... M 0f.mwt4..t M WWI_"I..1.-.. Saturday February 17 and IS. says. Rolland Shafer will be back

to Clay High, when the 'flu-bug' had again defeated the Alma Mater of Bill Hamilton won over his opponent 140-K..iny CI.... eau .ln...d.414. A state tournament la scheduledfor from an illness and ready to go, and
sapped the team strength.. The team Coach Purdy and the school where 5-4, who was undefeated up to Ill-Ooyld "...._ win ky pin 104. Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, t the stalwarts on the team are in good 1

record last year was 7-5-1. his coaching career began. this match. Hamilton finishes) the 140-ttM.C.nigUn.....wm wan.lnn fcy.d fl HM.171lddl ,.Mo.. the next weekend, Feb. 24 and 25. shape for the tournaments.

with 18-1 mark. ,. .
season an 100-Om Hwnllten will ... '
Recent Wins... BIIS 31, St. Augustine 30... Josh Crawford was back for his HO-_rkk long WM .lnn.d 3,33.. -

Thursday, Feb. 2 and Friday, Sophomore John O. Williams, first match after an illness, and won Hwt_o.ry'...,.m',....... 1,24.t k

-11 .11 .__ __ 1O .- Legal Notices

Junior Varsity Falls 10' Hallliiton County -

aaalnor-thi proposal shall be heard a. !
----- ---- -- -- -- APPLICATIONFOR
J J NOTICE OF opoclllwl In the Stark Zoning Cod...

The BHS junior varsity five lost 13-4/8-30, Andre Lee 1-0-2 Ross REZONING THE LAND AND USE AMENDMENTOF PLAN The>Zoning will mak a racommmdatlon I

three more games in the past week, 0-1/4-1, Mosley 3-0/2-6. Totals: '"* 121 An ORDINANCE amending tho Com- to the Stark City. Commission on iWo
.. ochadulvd
II .. 14 41 ""' ... II II 10 14 40 application at th lr regular
and now has a record of losses to 6 25392668. o.v......... M If II *ll n I.k.Wd Hlyh 17 14 II II 43 pr.h.nolvo> land Use Plan EI.m.nt and hearing o.t for Tu.sdoy. March 7. 1989.
wins. Omtford) ""h. felly Ch."'l.. ..I.IIS-)|., T..." ...4".''' Hl *i Tulip OmdUr..011-.., .... ....1. Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance at 7:30 In the Council Room of
Hamilton County McClain Ie", 4-1/4-IV.*Mcy ." .. ....1.CI._40111.,. IJmklnf ...-.. CtarwK WIIIMm ""1-17. An*. with the local Gov.rrm.ntComprctwnolvo p.m.Hall Stark, Florida.At .
0-I/S-I7. .... 1."-"/"'. .. ... .. tee ... ...., Stark. City
Bradford I. -oln. /1.1. M
    16 15 of 1975
    High 15 22 68 5-1/4-11 Whitaker Planning Act ao
    Murphy 1,0-1/2-4 )
    1-0-1.(loom l-l/J-1. ,_,., 14>4/I4.... A.._.... O-l/l-l. ToMIn. 17-4/14-40. this time the Stark City Commission -
    Hamilton 6-1/5-13, Curry 1-0-2 Morgan Oe.l. V_.u.,4. RI..d.n ..II.-.*, .4d..k, O.ds l Vnuw4l l.k. 4.I-0/0-IO, ttarrlngtan provided for In Chapter 163 of the will make the final dvclolon on the
    County 22 20 13 24 79 5-6/12-16, Ball 2-0-4, Combass 1-0-2, 10-1/4-11. ,h_1,1-1/1-1,a.,..., ../.-'.Johnson ..11.-., 'mcy .-./.-.., MoC,., """". Orawii Florida StotuUi. ; propood application. aftr having two
    Bradford : Tally Chandler Hanna 3-0-6, Simmons 1-0-2, Weary -M/l-14./-/. TMolu ssryd;3-S/411, ,Groh.lt 1-4/4-4 C.I...., .0-1/0-1 M.Will 0.1-0/0-3. T_..U.l-ll/JO-O. TO ALL CITIZENS, Taxpayer and other public hoarlngs, two advrtlomnto and
    5,3-2/2-21, Terry Berry 3-1/5-7, Stacy 7-1/4-15, Baker 1-0/2-2. Totals: -HH4.00. lnt.r..t d pcroono.You pooling. All persons lntrstd In this
    Jenkins 0-1/2-1 Clarence Williams 32,1-10/19-79. Concerned Citizens and .ach of you are hereby and application or. h.r.by given notice of
    hurcwlth given notice In accordance time and place for the two public hearings
    ., Basketball TourneyFeb. with Florida Statuteo thai the Board of required. I
    County Commloolonero of Bradford Director.
    17-19 County Florida have deolgnated the S Zoning a Planning .

    10 Teams Including: Starke. Bradford County Zoning and Planning Stark. Florida I
    Lawtey and Lake Butler. Board to conduct a public hearing at a Itchg 2/9 I
    The regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the Control 0968
    ultracompactthat RUNNINGSMOOTH Admission Is Free Council: Room of Stork. City Hall Starke, I

    Call Kent Hood at 9643813for Florida on Tueoday. F.bruary 28, 1989,
    literally speaks for itself.NtolerefTralevote and make a recommendation: to the ZONING NOTICE I
    InformationVIBRATIONFREE Board of County Commloolonero and the SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST '

    Board will consider on Wednetdoy BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF

    IS March IS, 1989. at the Commloolonero COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has mad application
    Room of the Bradford County .Cove for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3
    IS thouoe, Starke. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an In Zoning Classification RP for Public
    Ordinance relating to: and Bradford
    5.M.A.RI services. County
    Th. rezonlng of the following described -
    property and amending the Com-
    SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE: AT REGULAR TIMES prehenolve Land U.. Plan to provide on properly. located and described
    that land currently zoned EA, and :
    N19 iM.ARtSCHEDULED deolgnated by the plan a.Agriculture be 331 Broadway St., k.a. Bradford County
    000D reioned to CN. and deolgnated 'Jail.' Parcel 03399. s.c. 38 Twn. 6 S..
    I Neighborhood Commercial Ihe propertyof Rng. 22 E., located In Weot Stark at
    C6C MAINTENANCE AT REGULAR TIMES DANIEL R. MASSEY described as Broadway and Pratt Sto.. for public

    O I .4 follow: 0.69 ac. ((200/Kl SO'), out of 12 ac. buildings and services (contingent upon
    Q% vt N07 Parcel I 02007-0-02600: Sec. 6, Twn.. 65, reionlng to RPI.) to continue preoent us.
    Q J7 ," Rng. 22E., located two mil.. Northwest and mole addition to expand facility to I
    R.f', of Stark. off I.ft .Id. of Stale Rood 16 meet court order placed on facility. .
    and |lust pool Intersection of CR 233 The Stark Board of Adjustment will
    (Morgan Rd.), to b. used for the sole of conduct a public hearing on Thursday. il.

    food l1mms. F.bruary 33 1989. In the Council Room

    Jf Check and precision-set copy You of are said further proposed given ORDINANCE NOTICE that lo a 1 of.Stark. City Hall at 7:30: p.m., Stark..

    caster camber and toe avallabl. for your Inspection at the office Florida after having been reviewed' by
    Inspect front end of the Director of Zoning and Planning the Stark. Zoning Board.
    Adjust torsion barsas City Hall Thompson Street, Storke, At this time, all persons will be heard
    Florida. concerning this application ao specified
    ( required) Each and .v.ry person having any Interest In the Zoning Codes of the City of Stark.,
    Check and Inspect rear whatever In the enactment of this Zoning Administrator

    axle alignment proposed ORDINANCE should appear Stark Bd. of Ad|.
    and be heard at the tlm. and place Itchg 2/9

    (Additional labor and pr.scrlbed.. .... .Control 0971
    necessary parts are extra. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy

    1 Non-Chrysler Motors vehicles the CI.rk ZONING NOTICE

    may be slightly higher.) BALANCING Itchg 2/9 SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST
    Control 0970
    chlp.Pre-fecordedvcicecn8wefsvour GUS KOPELOUSOS has mad application
    phone and Instructs caters to leave message.Switch between for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 1 In

    male voice and female voice. ALL-WHEEL. 95 NOTICE Zoning Cloeslflcotlon B-3 for housing of

    SlnolerrrfcrcMXiiWtte.ReccxdslrcornlnoroessopesuptoSO 18 APPLICATION FOR REZONING liquor license and sole of beer and! win.
    seconds.Voice-acttvafedcontrde8n1nates wasted time and ALIGNMENT BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF by drink only to the STARKE BOARD OF
    space between messages., COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has made ap>>* ADJUSTMENT on property located and
    Price Includes plication to Ihe Starke Zoning a Planning described below _
    Memo record Press one button to leave for
    a message someone Deportment for reclossHleotlon of the Suit 700 of DeerFoo Village Shopp
    else In household or office. balancing of all
    your $299U property described below from R1C to ing Center? k.a. Vlta'o PllIZo" 1371 S.

    Compact design,For convenient use when space Is tight.Answer four wheels. liP; 331 Broadway St.. k.a. Bradford Walnut SI. on Parcel 04229, s.c.32,Twn.
    (Special wheels extra) County Jail Parcel 032M, Sec. 28. Twn.6 s:. Ing. 32E.
    eady message and two-way Indicator Ights. S., Rng. 22 E., located In Weot Storke at 1 The Stark Board of Adjustment will
    and more. TERWILLEGAR Broadway end! Pratt Street to continue
    DODGB.CHKTSLEH!: TERWIIXEGALVrjGOGB ..ent use and put In compliance will i I conduct a public hearing an Thundoy.februory
    FA 600 95 .CHKlflURFLTMOUTH. S pr 23. lee,' In th Councilof
    89 n.YUOUJU..JUP: &.AGLZ,1111C.: CLUP. Comprehenilve Land Uoe Plan. 01Institutional. : : *
    141 W. Itadtoxm St. SUtkOi/ : .JEEP EAOLC.. INC. This request will need''a, Itork CIty Hall at 7:30 p.m.. Stark,
    141 W. M*>dl4 n St. Stab
    BO44OOOmopor : sa4 ooo tpedal\ exception, which has Been .,. Florida after having been reviewed.. by
    ; THE OFFICE SHOP @ piled for. .1' the Stark Zoning Board
    This proposed change" In classification i .At this tl...., all .persons will be heard

    110 W. CALL ST. AUthorized I lo subject to a public Boar to be held I concerning this application ao specified I
    I Southwestern Ben l before Stark. Zoning on Thur- In the| Zoning Codes of the City of Stark.
    : STARKE. FL Dealer Freedom Phone -- -- : day February 23. 1989 at 7:00: p.m. of i' Zoning Administrate
    the Council Roam of Starke City Hall, 209' .
    p. open Op n: ; Stark Bd. of Adj.Hchg29.
    964-5764 : .. = : [111 CIC '7:30-8:30 N. Thompson St.. Storke. Florida. .

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    when he took and passed a and joy the "Cavalier Star" a }
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    I Local Churches Sponsor Emergency Food Pantry Here I

    An emergency food pantry, sponsored since' the opening l last week shows Church World Service raised representing from the
    by a group of local churches, I f: rd County such a project in Brada portion Walk staged here by local
    opened last week in a cottage at 408 I: "In the first three days first Crop
    W.Lafayette St.,behind Winn-Dixie I he: pantry was open we assisted 13 churches last year.
    Market Place. clients representing a total of 49
    referred to the
    CI amily members." Patton said. Clients are being
    ii food pantry by the Starke HRS office
    Bradford County Health
    stock the
    Contributions to the pantry
    With six local churches River Economic
    participating InDept", Suwannee
    food coming
    In the project,the pantry vith livldual are and civic Council,and pastors of the member
    will provide food in emergency Patton said persons,and the corporation groups has churches. Boy Scouts have helped
    cases for the relief of families affected the also in the food collection drive.
    received a check for $954 from
    by natural disasters, such as
    emergency, or families who have
    not received food supplies within a
    reasonable length of time. Start 1989 Off Right .
    With New rr

    Participating churches at the present Tires s
    time are: First Methodist,First
    Presbyterian, St. Mark's Episcopal, From
    St. Edwards Catholic, First Chris- CORBETTSAll
    tian, and Madison Street Baptist. .
    Tires Made ,

    In the Good
    The is operated by a newly
    'Ole U.S. of A r r
    formed organization, the Bradford '
    Ecumenical Ministries Inc., with
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    Lake Geneva Man William Clarence Baker 39 of DWLS, according to Deputy DannyThrift. '"to Patrolman Brown. Bond was set CR-227t CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A forcing the equipment and driver
    Baldwin was arrested Feb.8 on lour He was released after at,215.25 at $215.25, he was released on his in Bradford County.Recognizing license laws of Florida while insuring
    Injured In ShootingA capias charging failure to appear, $ surety bond was posted. own recognizance. the danger presentedto the protection of all motorists.
    35-year-old Lake Geneva man according to Deputy Danny Thrift. the public by defective vehicle
    was shot by an unknown gunman Bond was set at$5,000 cash only, Bobby E.; Willingham was ar- ; equipment Troopers will concentrate Union CountyThe
    Sunday night as he left a bar. rested for failing to pay fine for no FliP TroopersContinue their efforts on vehicles being Florida Highway Patrol will
    George Patrick Morin was Willie Suggs was arrested Feb. 6 motrocycle license. Bond was set at operated with defects such as bad be conducting driver license and
    airlifted to University Hospital in for possession of cannabis, possession $360.75 cash. License, brakes, worn tires and defective vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
    Jacksonville where he is listed in of drug paraphernalia, accor- Vehicle Inspections lighting equipment. In addition, at- ing the week of Feb.10 through Feb.
    stable condition, said Lt. Tim Mar- ding to Major W. C. Reno. Police Joseph S.Martin,32,of Newberrv tention will be directed to drivers 16 on SR-100.SR-121.SR-231,SR-241,
    were called to E.Brownlee St.whereit was arrested Feb.6 for DUI,DWLS, Bradford CountyThe who would violate the driver license SR-238, CR C -237, CR-229
    tin.Feb.. 5 Morin left the White was reported black people were unlawful exhibit of tag, according to Florida Highway Patrol will laws of Florida. CR-125, 231A, CR-24A and CR--
    Elephant Lounge on SR-100 around selling drugs. Bond for Suggs was Patrolman Smith. Bond was set at be conducting driver license and The Patrol has found these check- 796A in Union County.
    10 p.m., said Martin. When he got to set at$1,500, he was released on his $ he was released on his own vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- points to be an fwtive means of en-
    his truck, gunshots came from the own recognizance. recognizance. ing the week of Feb.10 through Feb.
    woods across the road, striking 16 on SR-21, SR-100, SRSR18,
    .' Morin with three shotgun pellets in Wallice Lenard Brister,38,of Clay Marvin Duane McClellan,27, was SR-18, CR-18, CR18R21B,
    the abdomen and both legs. Morin County was arrested Feb. 4 for arrested Feb.8 for DWLS,according CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, d
    climbed into his truck and drove to a possession of drug paraphernaliaand
    friends house in his mobile home two counts possession of cocaine I
    complex to get help.The sheriff's of- according to Investigator S i # s
    fice was contacted and Morin was Michael McClain. Bond was set at
    transported to Jacksonville. $3,500 cash only.
    Morin was not drunk at the time of
    the incident and was unable to provide Deborah Rupert was arrested for Give the Love StruckGARFEELD'
    the department with possible grand theft with bond set at$250,she
    suspect In the shooting, said Martin.As was released on her own
    of press time no suspect has been recognizance.
    Richard Dewayne Tyler was ar-
    Florahome Mall rested Feb. 2 for three counts utter-
    ing forged instrument, forged bank
    Arrested For RobberyA check.Bond was set at$2,000 cash or Bouquet.

    28-year-old Florahome man was surety. ti ;- J s: roo
    charged with armed robbery and
    arrest with violence Rhonda Y.Cone was arrested Feb.
    resisting Your sweetheart will really
    4 for disorderly Intoxication, accor-
    February 1 for allegedly robbing a
    Pat She stuck onTeleflora's
    store assistant ding to Chief Deputy Henry. get
    Elpidlo Santiago, an employee at was released after a $250 surety exclusive Love Struck to purchase tfiat special gift for your
    Miller's Market was arrested at the bond was posted.
    store at 10:30 p.m. by sheriff's GARFILDBouquet.It's 1/aCentine .....
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    Brian 21 Visit 30SWCS !IS! CIOTS where will
    after being identified as a possi- Keith Ardley. was ar- ? you
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    ble suspect by the victim, accordingto
    Lt. Tim Martin. license suspended (DWLS), accor- fresh flowers. The suctioncup find a large selection of Monet jewelry,
    W. H. Brown.
    The victim, a Starke man was rob- ding to his back lets him
    bed of his wallet late Friday night, Bond was set at$215.25. on Beaded Isotoner slippers, cologne and lovely
    Jan. 27 as he was leaving Miller's attach to walls and mirrors.To .
    Market in Keystone Heights. Paul Lawerence Pulliam, 24, was send one anywhere' Cingerie that will efigfit that special lady
    Steven L. Douglas, an assistant arrested Feb. 5 for driving under in- .
    manager at Millers,after closing the fluence (DUD, no valid driver's callorvisitour.' TV230 of yours!
    store for the night, entered his car license, according to Patrolman 'OPEN' '
    which was parked in the lot at the Gordon Smith. Pulliam's.15 blood shop today. :SJNQAtt : 7a{(O 'Winttr Clearance Safe stiff in progress
    alcohol content was percent.
    rear of the store. As he attempted to
    Pulliam was released after a $750 tJulia's : Some 'Dresses from $25.00JOAN'S
    start his car, a man opened the .
    driver's door and pointed a gun at surety bond was posted. -

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    A. Colbert 24 of Marion
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    drinks him a paper and cigarettes sack which he contained had just DWLS Brown. Bond according was set at$215.25. 224 N. Temple' Ave. Starke 964-7711: I Finest in Ladies Fashions!

    wanted purchased.the money The gunman bag.Douglas said no said he Starke Edward was Lamar arrested Williams Feb. 5 for, 22 DUI, of, Come check out,our,in-house specials! LS. Starke Plaza 9647651reason .

    he didn't have a money bag at which
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    Douglas was not Injured in the in- :: To
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    Luther Allen Davis is charged
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    By Mark Frledlln pros. It led to one of my" most
    BCT Staff Writer embarrassing moments.
    r San Diego defensive back Tony This he shared with the stu-
    Bishop made a big Impressionon dents and the tale brought a big
    1 1 Bradford County students laugh from his audience.
    r11 when he visited here this week. "Coach told me I was finally
    Bishop who played with Randy going to play In an upcominggame
    White of the Dallas Cowboys at so I got excited and flew
    the University of Maryland be- all my family and close friendsto "
    fore joining the professional the game Just to see me play",
    Bishop told the students. I
    ranks. brought a positive up-
    beat message of hard work and didn't get In the game until late
    dedication to the students who in the fourth period and when I
    are In the process of decidingthe did the other team was driving
    direction their lives will take. toward our goal."
    The<< next pass was thrown rightat
    ... Bishop graduated from the him. and he picked It off for
    University of Maryland with a the Interception and started
    degree in psychology and was racing toward the opposite goal
    drafted in the fifth round of the line much to the delight of 'his'
    professional draft by San Diegoin fans.
    1978. He told the studentsthat "As I got close to the goal all I
    his only desire in Junior could think about was the fact
    high school was to "Just make that I was about to score my
    the team so people will accept first NFL touchdown" Bishop
    me" and didn't start until his Junior continued. "So naturally I
    season. He got his inspiration started planning ahead -
    from his high school coach. thinking about my high fives, my
    who told him he "would have to little victory dance In the end-
    work hard for everything he zone. You know. all the impor-
    earned to be a success and he tant stuff. Well. I ran Into the
    would have to be willing to pay endzone all right but when I
    mnllilm2- -- ------ the price." raised my hand to spike the ball,
    Bishop heeded that advice well it wasn't there. I had dropped it
    Photo by Judy Becker and went on to become one of on about the 15 yard line..
    A Rig Hit... the stars of the team by his se- On a more serious note. Bishop
    San Diego Charger defensive nior year, attracting the attention told the students they would
    back Tony Bishop seated In of college scouts around the have to buck peer pressure at
    center) made a big hit locally country. He went on to receiveAll times if they wanted to be a suc-
    when he visited Bradford Atlantic Coast Conference cess.
    County schools this week honors in his Junior and senior "You have to say no to your
    of years in college.He friends sometimes if you want to
    a positive message for had been a star in collegebut make it." he said. "People may
    hard work and dedication when he first arrived in the laugh at you sometimes butdon.t
    students delivered with both pro ranks he was called "Boney let that distract you from
    humerous and serious Bishop" because he was thinner your goals In life."
    moments. than most professional players."I "Cod wants to have a friendshipwith
    found it hard to adjust to sit- each and every one of us,"
    Amn. Keith Combass ting on the bench again after Bishop said. "We were all cre-
    Stationed in W. GermanyAir being a star in college." Bishop ated to be a success in one fieldor
    Force Airman Keith H. Corn- said. "My relatives and family another. We can all be win-
    I bass, son of Karvie H. and Irene H. were so excited that I was In the ners."
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    Obituaries- _

    of Thanks under the direction of Jones Funeral Cemetery In Elizabeth,Pa.Local arrangements grandchildren and two great-great- Gainesville following a lengthy il Survivors include her husband,

    The of the late Mrs. Home.In are being handled by grandchildren. lness. William C.Thomas; four sons, Gary
    Scott gratefully family the lieu of flowers, donations may Jones Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Saturday Born June 25, 1890 In Concord, of Norfolk, Va., Larry and Keith
    be made to the American Heart In the Chapel of Archer Funeral Tenn., Miss Stoltzfus moved to both of Palatka, and Dion of St.
    many acts of kindness shown during Assn., 1221 N.W. 13th St., Suite A, Mrs. Elma Land Home of Lake
    the illness and of Butler. Burial will Keystone in 1979 from Memphis.She Augustine; one brother, Buford Rayof
    one. departure our Gainesville, Fl. 32601. Mrs. Elma Eugenia Land, 81, of follow in Antioch Cemetery In also lived In Kansas City, Mo., for Bradford County; and eight

    The Scott Odessa, Tx., died Thursday in Alachua County under the directionof many years. SAtlasaMutualtin grandchildren.Funeral .
    FamilyIn Mrs.Mavis GallowayMrs. Odessa Hospital following a brief il- Archer Funeral Home. secretary for services were held Feb. 7
    Mavis Clare Faircloth lness. surance Co. and a member of Parkof In Archer Funeral Home Chapel
    Memory Galloway, 88, of Jacksonville, died Born in Washington County Fla. James Ralph Ryder the Palms Church. with Rev. Bud Hill officiating.
    Frank II. Box Feb. 2, after an extended illness. Mrs. Land resided in Florida beforemoving James Ralph Ryder, 97 of Lake Survivors include her sister, Net- Burial was In Ft. Call Cemetery in
    Time will not erase the every pass Born In Union County, Mrs. to Texas several years ago. Butler, died Feb. 6 in Lake Butler tie B. Stoltzfus of Keystone and Union County with Archer Funeral
    ing day. Your memory lives on Galloway lived most of her life in She was a homemaker and memberof Hospital following an extended Il several nieces and nephews. Home in charge.
    within my heart. Your presence is Jacksonville. She was a homemakerand the First United Methodist lness. Funeral services were held Feb. 6
    always near me. Even though you member of the Christian Church. Born In Sweetwater Tenn., he lived In Park of the Palms Chapel with
    departed this life 11 years ago (Feb. Church. Survivors include three sons, most of his life in*.lorida.He wasa Mr. Ernest Woodhouse officiating.
    11, 1977), I will always miss you. Survivors Include one stepdaughter Millard Odessa, Harry of Panama retired truck driver, a member of Interment was In Keystone
    Hope we will be together later. Mrs. Iva Harvin of City, and Freddie of Lake Butler; Church of God of Macclenny and a Cemetery under the direction of Please See.
    Wife,Eunice Jacksonville; nephew Gary Parker four brothers, Benjamin, Wesley veteran of World War I. Jones Funeral Home.
    Son,David and niece Phyllis Marshall, both of and Tommy Bush all of Panama Ci- Survivors include his five Page 60
    Daughter,Joan Jacksonville. ty and Counce Bush of Pensacola; daughters, Carolyn Avanger ofGulfport. Mrs. Hattie Ray ThomasMrs. For More
    Graveside funeral services were one sister, Mary Whaley of Panama Miss., Shirley Roberson of Hattie Ray Thomas, 50, died
    held Monday in Dekle Cemetery In City; nine grandchildren and 18 Lake City, Mary Thornton of Feb. 4 in Putnam Community
    Mrs. Bertie Bridges Lake Butler with Rev. Art Peterson greatgrandchildren.Graveside Jacksonville, Eula Fortune of Lake Hospital following a brief illness. ObituariesBobby's
    Mrs. Bertie Mae Ruth Bridges,73, officiating. Archer Funeral Home of funeral services were Butler and Brenda Bryant of Born in Georgia, Mrs. Thomas lived
    of Starke died Lake Butler is in charge of ar held Monday in Forest Meadows in Palatka for the last 33
    Monday, Feb. 6, In West in Gainesville with Rev. P.R. Pascagoula, Miss.; five sons, Ed- years.
    Lake Shore Hospital in Lake City, rangements. Lawson officiating. ward, William and Johnny Ryder all She was a housewife and a memberof
    following an extended illness. handled Arrangementswere of Lake Butler, Bobby of Jackson Harmony Freewill Baptist
    J. by Archer Funeral
    Born Dec. 11 in Trion Ga. Eugene and of Church.
    1915 ville Pascagoula,
    Jacob Gemmell, 78 of Home of Lake Butler. Tommy . ..... .. .
    Mrs. Bridges moved to Starke nine Eugene Miss. 27 grandchildren and 11 '" .. "
    ; '" .. .
    years ago from Jacksonville. She Keystone Heights, died Tuesday, Rev. C. greatgrandchildren.Funeral -.n. J' ..t, "_;_. ._.. :.. .; ." : .' ". ,' '." ''''''' ""i
    was a homemaker and a member of Jan. 31 in Community Convalescent services will be held -
    Pine Level Baptist Church. Center of Gainesville, following an \ Rev. Dorsey C. Layman, 75, of Thursday, Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. in Archer
    Survivors include two daughters, extended Illness. Keystone Ills., died Sunday, Feb. 5, Funeral Chapel with Rev.Louis :
    Mildred M. Williamson of Baldwin Born Sept. 27, 1910 in Ansonia, in Bradford Hopsital following an Berry officiating. Burial will be in
    and Paulette Anderson of Lake Conn., Mr. Gemmell moved to Butler; five sons Bobby of Lake Keystone in 1972 from Wolcott, Born Feb. 5, 1914 in Roanoke, Va., under the direction of Archer ,
    Butler,Dewey of Macclenny,Haroldof Conn. lie was a retired Production Rev. Layman moved to Keystone in Funeral Home. HideawayHwy
    Keystone Heights, Franklin of Expediter with a movie equipment 1988 from Starke. He was a retired
    Raiford and Clyde of Lake City; one manufacturer, a Navy veteran of Baptist minister, serving as pastorof Miss Katie StoltzfusMiss

    brother, Carl Pierce of Trion, Ga.; World War II, and a Protestant. Bethel and Baptist Church from Katie May Stoltzfus, 98, of 301 N. Waldo 468-1641
    member of
    Survivors Include his wife, Erma 1971-75 a Bethel Baptist -
    two sisters, Edna Rackley of Park of the Palms in Keystone, died
    Crabapple, Ga., and Margaret Allenof G. Gemmell; his daughter, Delmar Church. Friday Feb. 3, in North Fla.
    Burdick of Meriden, Conn.; his son, Survivors Include his wife, Inez L.
    Somersville Ga. 28
    Regional Medical Center in
    ; grandchildren
    and 11 great-grandchildren. Robert Huckins of Waterbury Layman; three daughters, Betty
    cousins I A. Gemmell of Duckworth of
    Conn.; Keystone, Bobbye
    Graveside funeral services will be Fenderand
    Keystone and Elizabeth Evans of St. Smith of Jacksonville and Beverly Freddy
    held Feb.
    Thursday, 9 at 2 at
    Brandy Branch Cemetery p.m. In Petersburg; 8 grandchildren and 5 Perry of Inverness; her son,Leon C. Lady Bug Florist
    Baldwin with Rev. Roman Alvarez greatgrandchildren.Funeral Layman of Daytona three sisters,
    services were held Feb. 3 Lola Durrance and Evelyn Fowler His Band
    officiating. Arrangements were 1005 S.Water St
    in DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev. both of Jacksonville and Ruth
    handled Jones
    Funeral Home of
    by : .
    Starke. Leamon Ward officiating. Intermentwill Knight of Middleburg; six grand- : Starke,FL Saturday Feb. 11
    be at a later date under the children and five great-
    Ira direction of Jones Funeral Home. grandchildren. 964-4956 Eve.: ..
    Eugene CoreyIra Funeral services were held in & Live Show Showtime 9:30 p.m.

    Eugene Corey 82,of Keystone Mrs. Eleanor C. llalas Peoria Cemetery Chapel, Doctors Att
    Flower &e4.
    for your
    Heights, died Friday, Feb. 3, in Mrs.Eleanor Cathryn Ha las,81,of Inlet, on Wednesday. Feb. 8 with Tickets $ '"yOO Per
    Alachua General Hospital followingan Melrose, died Feb. 3, at her Geneva Rev. Lester Taggart officiating. Ar- 7 gays JI WeePJ

    Born extended Jan.illness.18, 1907 in Belleville, Springs extended Condominium illness. following an Funeral rangements Home.were handled by Jones BeautifulLongStemme1 Now On Sale a Person

    Kansas, Mr. Corey moved to
    Born Nov. 1, 1907 in Glassport, iRpses ty
    in 1968 from Flint Mich.
    Keystone ,
    Pa., Mrs.Halas moved to Melrose in Joseph II. Parker
    He retired in 1967 as a trimmer for yTD ScriB6e Hearts
    General Motors in Flint, Mich., was.,. 1982 from Boca Raton. She was an Joseph H. Parker, 85, of Orlando, Continuous Entertainmentby
    Episcopal a retired music teacher died Thursday In Orlando Regional
    a veteran of World War II in the
    Navy, and a member of American with the public school system in Medical Center following an extended SSStuffeL4nimafs Disk Our D.J. Doug
    Akron, Ohio, and was a member of illness.
    Post 202 of
    Legion Keystone Heights.
    the Alpha Sigma Tau and Delta Kap- Born and living most of his life in
    Survivors include his wife, Gamma sororities. gardens & Mucfi. More. Starting at 8:00: p.m.
    pa Alachua County Mr. Parker movedto
    E. his brother
    Virginia Corey;
    Willis C. Corey of Keystone; three Survivors include her husband, Orlando from Brooker one year CatlNpu) For Jour Sweetie
    E. Halas her daughter
    George ; ago. He was a retired farmer.
    sisters, Marge Fischer of Saginaw, Council of _. -
    Nancy Survivors Include his wife, Lena -
    Mich., Eunice Simmons of Grandin
    andseveral Keystone/Melrose; three grand- Gann Parker; his son, Jerry D.
    and Bernice Butler of Keystone
    nieces and ; daughters, and three great Parker of Brooker; two daughters
    nephews. O
    grandchildren. Nona I. Williams of Orlando and
    Funeral services held Feb. 6
    were Private services were held at her Barbara Jo Keene of Branford; 16 JLffflfte
    in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
    residence. Interment will be at a
    grandchildren, 22 great-
    Lea mon Ward officiating. Interment later, date in- the Mt. Vernon. AA
    in'Keystone Heights Cemetery ( .r:=a -
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    are In the 'process of decidingthe did the other team was driving
    direction their lives will take. toward our goal.
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    Bishop graduated from the him and he picked it off for
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    In psychology and was racing toward the opposite goal
    ___ a degree drafted in the fifth round of the line, much to the delight of'his
    professional draft by San DiegoIn fans.
    1978. He told the students "As I got close to the goal all I
    that his only desire In Junior could think about was the fact
    high school was to "Just make that I was about to score my
    the team so people will accept first NFL touchdown. Bishop
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    who told him he "would have to little victory dance in the end-
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    I Obituaries-, I

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    Card Thanks under the direction of Jones Funeral Cemetery In Elizabeth,Pa.Local arrangements grandchildren and two great-great Gainesville following a lengthy il Survivors Include her husband,
    The Home.In are being handled by grandchildren. lness. William C.Thomas; four sons, Gary
    family of
    Scott the late Mrs. Julia lieu of flowers, donations may Jones Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Satur- Born June 25, 1890 in Concord, of Norfolk, Va., Larry and Keith
    gratefully acknowledges the be made to the American Heart day In the Chapel of Archer Funeral Tenn., Miss Stoltzfus moved to both of Palatka and Dion of St.
    many acts of kindness shown during Assn., 1221 N.W. 13th St., Suite A, Mrs. Elma Land Home Buford
    the illness and of Lake Butler. Burial will Keystone in 1979 from Memphis.She Augustine; one brother, Ray
    one. departure of our loved Gainesville, Fl. 32601. Mrs. Elma Eugenia Land, 81, of follow in Antioch Cemetery in also lived in Kansas City, Mo., for of Bradford County; and eight
    Odessa, Tx., died Thursday; in Alachua County under the directionof many years. She was a retired grandchildren.Funeral .
    The Scott FamilyIn Mrs. Mavis GallowayMrs. Odessa Hospital following a brief il Archer Funeral Home. secretary for Atlas Mutual Insurance services were held Feb. 7
    Mavis Clare Faircloth lness. Co. and a member of Park in Archer Funeral Home Chapel
    Memory Galloway, 88, of Jacksonville, died Born In Washington County Fla. James Ralph Ryder of the Palms Church. with Rev. Bud Hill officiating.
    Frank II. Box: Feb. 2, after an extended illness. Mrs. Land resided in Florida Ieforemoving James Ralph Ryder, 97 of Lake Survivors include her sister, Net Burial was in Ft. Call Cemetery in i
    Time will not erase the every pass- Born in Union County, Mrs. to Texas several years ago. Butler, died Feb. 6 in Lake Butler tie B. Stoltzfus of Keystone and Union County with Archer Funeral
    ing day. Your memory lives on Galloway lived most of her life in She was a homemaker and memberof Hospital following an extended illness. several nieces and nephews. Home in charge.
    within my heart. Your presence Is Jacksonville.\\ She was a homemaker the First United Methodist Funeral services were held Feb. 6
    always near me. Even though you and member of the Christian Church. Born in Sweetwater,Tenn.,he lived in Park of the Palms Chapel with
    departed this life 11 years ago (Feb. Church. Survivors include three sons most of his life in Florida. He wasa Mr. Ernest Woodhouse officiating.
    11, 1977), I will always miss you. Survivors include one step Millard of Odessa,Harry of Panama retired truck driver, a member of Interment was in Keystone
    Hope we will be together later. daughter, Mrs. Iva Harvin of City, and Freddie of Lake Butler; Church of God of Macclenny and a Cemetery under the direction of Please See...
    Wife,Eunice Jacksonville; nephew Gary Parker four brothers, Benjamin, Wesley veteran of World War I. Jones Funeraillome.
    Son,David and niece Phyllis Marshall, both of and Tommy Bush all of Panama City Survivors include his five Pep 68
    Daughter,Joan Jacksonville. and Counce Bush of Pensacola; daughters, Carolyn Avanger of Mrs. Hattie Ray ThomasMrs. For More
    Graveside funeral services were one sister, Mary Whaley of Panama Gulfport Miss., Shirley Roberson of Hattie Ray Thomas, 50, died
    held Monday in Dekle Cemetery in City; nine grandchildren and 18 Lake City, Mary Thornton of Feb. 4 in Putnam Community
    Mrs. Bertie BridgesMrs. Lake Butler with Rev. Art Peterson greatgrandchildren.Graveside Jacksonville, Eula Fortune of Lake Hospital following a brief illness.
    Bertie Mae Ruth Bridges,73, officiating. Archer Funeral Home of funeral services were Butler and Brenda Bryant of Born In Georgia,Mrs.Thomas lived
    of Starke died Lake Butler is in charge of ar held Monday in Forest Meadows in Palatka for the last 33 years.
    Monday, Feb. 6, in Pascagoula, Miss.; five sons, Ed- Obituaries"I
    West in Gainesville with Rev. P.R.
    Lake Shore rangements. She was a housewife and a memberof
    Hospital in Lake City, Lawson officiating. ward, William and Johnny Ryder all
    following an extended illness. Arrangementswere of Lake Butler, Bobby of Jackson Harmony Freewill Baptist
    J. Gemmell by Archer Funeral
    Born Dec. 11, 1915 In Trion, Ga., Eugene ville and Tommy of Pascagoula, Church.
    Home of Lake Butler.
    Mrs. Bridges moved to Starke nine Eugene Jacob Gemmell, 78, of Miss.; 27 grandchildren and 11 --

    years ago from Jacksonville. She Keystone Heights, died Tuesday, Rev.Dorsey C. greatgrandchildren.Funeral ,
    was a homemaker and a member of Jan. 31 in Community Convalescent Layman services will be held
    Pine Level Baptist Church. Center of Gainesville, following an \ Rev. Dorsey C. Layman, 75, of Thursday, Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. in Archer
    Survivors include two daughters, extended \illness.\ Keystone Hts., died Sunday, Feb. 5, Funeral Chapel with Rev.Louis Bobby.sHideavv
    Mildred M. Williamson of Baldwin Born Sept. 27, 1910 in Ansonia, in Bradford Hopsital following an Berry officiating. Burial will be in -
    and Paulette Anderson of Lake Conn., Mr. Gemmell moved to ,extended \illness.\ Mt. Zion Cemetery in Union County
    Butler; five sons, Bobby of Lake Keystone in 1972 from Wolcott, Born Feb. 5, 1914 in Roanoke,Va., under the direction of Archer
    Butler,Dewey of Macclenny,Haroldof Conn. He was a retired Production Rev. Layman moved to Keystone in Funeral Home.
    Keystone Heights, Franklin of Expediter with a movie equipment 1986 from Starke. He was a retired
    Raiford and Clyde of Lake City; one manufacturer, a Navy veteran of Baptist minister, serving as pastorof Miss Katie StoltzfusMiss
    brother, Carl Pierce of Trion, Ga.; World War II, and a Protestant. Bethel Baptist Church from Katie May Stoltzfus, 98, of Hwy 301 N. Waldo 468-1641
    1971-75 and member of Bethel
    include his wife Erma a Bap-
    two sisters, Edna Rackley of Survivors Park of the Palms in Keystone, died
    Crabapple, Ga.,and Margaret Allenof G. Gemmell; his daughter, Delmar tist Church. Friday, Feb. 3, in North Fla. Presents
    Burdick of Meriden, Conn.; his son, Survivors Include his wife, Inez L. 0
    Somersville Ga. Center
    28 Regional Medical in
    ; grandchildren
    and 11 greatgrandchildren.Graveside Robert Huckins of Waterbury, Layman; three daughters, Betty '
    Conn. cousins I A. Gemmell of Duckworth of
    funeral services will be ; Keystone, Bobbye Fender
    Keystone and Elizabeth\ Evans of St. Smith of Jacksonville and Beverly Freddy
    held Feb.
    Thursday, 9 at 2 at
    Brandy Branch Cemetery p.m. in Petersburg; 8 grandchildren and 5 Perry of Inverness; her son,Leon C. Lady Bug Florist
    Baldwin with Rev. Roman Alvarez greatgrandchildren.Funeral Layman of Dayton! : three sisters,
    officiating. Arrangements were services were held Feb. 3 Lola Durrance and Evelyn Fowler 1005 S.Water St. and His
    in DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with Rev. both of Jacksonville and Ruth
    handled by Jones Funeral Home of "
    Starke. Leamon Ward officiating. Interment Middleburg; six grandchildren : Starke,FL Saturday Feb. 11
    will be at a later date under the and five great- ,

    Ira Eugene CoreyIra direction of Jones Funeral Home. grandchildren.Funeral services were held in 964-4956 &F aft. live Show Showtime 9:30 p.m. ,

    Eugene Corey 82, of Keystone Mrs. Eleanor C. Halas Peoria Cemetery Chapel, Doctors Jlla fowerlIetfs,
    Jor your y ;
    Heights, died Friday, Feb. 3, in Mrs.Eleanor Cathryn Halas,81,of Inlet, on Wednesday, Feb. 8 with Tickets $ *yOO Per
    Alachua General Hospital followingan 7 /I 'Wee!J
    Melrose, died Feb. 3, at her Geneva Rev. Lester Taggart officiating. Ar- Days (
    extendedl1ness.\ Condominium following an rangements were handled by Jones Stemmed Person
    Born Jan. 18, 1907 in Belleville, Springs extended \illness.\ Funeral Home. 'Beautiful Long Now On Sale a

    Kansas, Mr. Corey moved to Born Nov. 1, 1907 in Glassport, (losesJTD .
    in 1968 from Flint, Mich.
    Keystone Pa., Mrs. Halas moved to Melrose in Joseph II. Parker
    He retired in 1967 as a trimmer for ScriBBfe
    1982 from Boca Raton. She was an H. Parker of Orlando Continuous Entertainmentby
    General Motors in Flint, Mich., was.a .. Joseph 85, ,
    Episcopal, a retired music teacher died Thursday in Orlando Regional
    veteran of World War II in the Q0
    with the public school system in Medical Center following an extended Our D.J. Doug
    and member of American '
    Navy, a Animals Disk
    Akron, Ohio, and was a member of illness. Stuffi
    202 of
    Legion Post Keystone Heights.
    Survivors includes his wife, the Alpha Sigma Tau and Delta Kap- Born and living most of his life in Gardens & Much MOTe.CafCJpw Starting at 8:00: p.m.JUT .
    Gamma sororities.
    E. his brother pa Alachua County, Mr. Parker movedto
    Virginia Corey; ,
    Survivors include her husband,
    Willis C. Corey of Keystone; three Orlando from Brooker one year 1 for your Sweetie
    E. Halas her daughter.
    George ; ago. He was a retired farmer.
    sisters Fischer of
    Marge Saginaw, .
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    Nancy Lena -
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    Mich., Eunice Simmons of Grandin
    Keystone/Melrose; three grand- Gann Parker his D.
    andseveral ; son, Jerry
    Bernice Butler of
    and Keystone
    nieces and nephews. ; daughters, and three great Parker of Brooker; two daughters Od
    grandchildren.Private Nona I. Williams\\ of Orlando and
    Funeral services were held Feb. 6
    services were held at her Barbara Jo Keene of Branford; 16
    in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
    residence. Interment will be at a
    I : 22 great-
    Leamon Ward officiating. Interment grandchildren
    later date In the Mt. Vernon., ,

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    Feb.Gainesville 2,in Shands following Teaching an extended Hospitalin 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. WHEELS :"," IN HOUSE ,* > SPECIALS THIS- WEEK:<:;)i F '
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    Survivors include his motheri f CONTROL INJURIES BAY STREET.VODKA .. : 9,99>,175

    Florence Lakeland; his Mandy stepfather, Robert H> .Headaches ..Work Related '83 DODGE ARIES ERNEST'& JULIO GRANACHE, WINE ;3,991750::
    of Lakeland his sister Con Sports LE ROUX PEACH BRANDY; ; ;6.99V750
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    Mandy of Lake Butler. 77 EL CAMINO
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    held Feb. 5, in Mt. Zion Cemeterywith
    Taylor officiating. $495 D. E-Z Payments
    Archer Funeral Home of Lake and Saturday- 9:00 p.m. til 2:00 a.m. I II
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    Williams WHEN YOU NEED IT Low Mileage. Clean 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
    B. Williams 65, of Opa E-Z
    Randolph $495 Dn. Payments
    Locka,died Saturday in the Humana 24 HOURS A DAY 7 .
    1 Mile North of Starke on US 301
    Miami following a brief
    Hospital in DAYS A WEEK

    '"Williams Born in lived Columbia in Dade County County, Mr.for Office Hours: 1 Gas Saverl -- Open: Mon.-Thurs.9 Mn.-.FrL&SRj,.9,rUTi..JTqq.rt'T"4mU1'.4'v.'t ':.M n.m.

    *;*lhe past 42 years. He was employed Mon-Fri 8-30:Y -6:00pm. Sat"B Ap &ritm ,$49&JDn.4"._ < s NII JErZ J Pay s I N t.,.ei oElUAH1Y2AU tL.u% ..!,.n J "- a.m.-112] 1.n1.J1i10' n 02 bbir
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    Survivors include his wife, An- 3120 ,
    nabell Ward Williams; two sons Rulfamant Homa
    M. and Glenn F Williams R.tlrem.nt Community
    In thY small community we
    Locka one brother A small mlranwnoommintty .
    both of Opa ; alto hav.9u-EI s RalinMnantHoma.
    Henry of Lake City; two sisters Eva r Su-Eti.w. A llcanHd group
    Rose h.v.ranuli of room toe Mlem
    Dicks of Lake City and honw for lanlora that ne.dsis
    of Lake Placid; and one granddaughter IndepMKfont xnlora.IIl i aialiianoa with tupervlalon.W .
    ,Kimberly Ann Williams of l iquleliMtliigwlihtionwllk*.moaph.r.a.AI .glv.pamonall car*.
    Jacksonville. :24 hr auparvtelon-hot maala
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    held Tues- laundry snub.-day.welt,
    Funeral services were .maid and'laundry ,
    day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral tnloMwnh. a 24 hr. long him nay,CamiMnurlinlng DOWN
    Burial in aul tint aid CPA WINS mumS
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    310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
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    your GM car or light truck In quality
    5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals condition.

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    Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions.Trial service work you're a winner, tool
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    1976 CORVETTE 'with T-lopt, rebuilt 350 FOR SALE bs N. T.mriU Stork* Rt urea
    .ngln., automatic trant., AC 1'5. PB, TO DRINK. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* Iowa. s "
    PW THATS YOUR BUSINESS I $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF
    Rec.ntly polntd- $6500 .
    THREE Cecelia
    964.5812. TFc. BEDROOM HOME for sole by WANT TO STOP NEWSPAPER PLATESi aluminum
    1986 CHIVY CAVALIER. owner 1 bath frame horn on 3.83 TH ATS OURS I measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for
    of IS8/mo. for 47 ossumepaym.nt months acres In Starke. lot of pecan tree*. Alcoholic Anonymous patching and repair TELEGRAPH, 135 .....HOMES.....
    plus small qully. 964 5868. $34.500. 964-5654. 4tchg 1/26-2/16 964-4150 or 964-8614 W. Call St. 9646305. TF KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. concrete block 3 BR/IBa carpet central
    Hit FORD RANOERi-4 xyl.2tchg. 2300 2/2-9 5.p.ed. FOUR'' ,ACRES-CLOSE IN With 3 pd thru 3/30 ALICIA HAY In roll under barn.Delivery heat window air, stove, refrlg DW 2 calling fan, fenced back yard, nice lot,
    11,000 mile*. ".900. Call Bedroom, 2 Bath frame, only.35000. CHAIN LINK FENCE lntalld Free available. Arthur Gasklns, 782-3727 walk to schools, $ 38000.
    964-7345.Itpd 2/9 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964 8878 eitlmate HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. 526TFADVANCED LAWTEYi NW 99th Ave, 2/1 1/4 bath office pace, LR, OR kit., newly
    ATTENTION--GOVERNMENT SEIZED PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR from ham. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF NAIL CARE renovated, CHAA exterior steel door, hot water recovery unit 1 ocr.seclude
    VEHICLES from $100. Ford. Mercd. on 2 acre. Remodeled new carpet BULLDOZER WORKi $40 per hour. Try Mary Kay' Advanced Nail Car .... $ 38000.
    Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyer. fireplace, screened porch, deck, 7823306. If no answer 782-3954 leave System and watch your nail grow REDUCED..207 ALV..IZCT.2 BR. 1 Ba. frame, fenced yard $ 16.000 I

    Guld.. 602-838-8885 ext. A3493. 4tpd $39.500. name and number. 8/25TF longer stronger, mar beautiful! Call HWY.301 SOUTH From. 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHS A, 539..f.. 1.7 acres. $ 45.000
    2/9.3/2 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 WELL DRILLING PUMPS t SERVICE Ourrone Sandra Reddish Director Mary Kay
    PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. 1'A bo, brick, CHftA. 100.109101 $ 40.000
    1971 fORD FUTURAt 2 LARGE THREE BEDROOM. I'/i bath, cement Pump ft Supply Co., Water Consultant ((904)964-5051.) '
    door 6 cyl.. AT. N.W.65th AVENUEl 3 BR. 1 ba 5 acre $ 75,000
    n.w tire. I block house In Star..... AC CH, System Specialists, 864 N. Tempi ((904)475-3214.) 2/9
    battery. Rum good. $875 Hot Hi- I FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acre, located on Hwy" 235 15 minute from Stark. 3.Rllla
    fireplace. 10% down. 33600. Av., US 301 Stark. Fl STAINLESS STEEL/STEAM
    eaih. 4734508.: Itpd 2/9 32091. 9/8TF I
    70 home 6 stall tool shed
    -yr-old CHSA barn pole barn utility
    To 4000 PSI to 6
    1981 DATSUN KINO CAB 4.4 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 1222TFBY SU-El RETIREMENT HOMEi Day week Pressure Washer. ;
    : good
    track I
    condltlon. $160,000
    OWNER 3 BR, 1 bath house on Rd. long term .t..,. 4682619. 1I/17TF GPM; lifetime warranty tram and coil. building training
    $2.000 or best offer 782-3768 | GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500..f. home, 4 BR, 3 full bath< two
    anytime. Itchg 2/9 100-A, (Grlffls Loop). On 1 acre, front SEWING. MACHINES. All make B model Factory direct. Will finance Geyser
    and. back' fcan Vt bath 100 on lake Geneva 2Vt acre with sprinkler system, 3 sunbathing
    ) 18002278323.
    porch throughout cleaned
    10 CAMARO Z2I 350 V8 70.000 ml. .carpal oiled, adjusted $15. 19 year Pump
    No rust runt great. $3200 firm. stove, "" ''g., dishwasher. Window air 'experience. All work guaranteed.Hwy. HONDA ATC JOOl $1000.964.3566 alter 6 I deck. located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
    782.3768 anytlm. Itchg 2/9 unit. Utility with washer/dryer hook 233 ft 16 (Morgan Rd.). House p.m. 2lpd 2/2.9 ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
    174 JEEP WACONEERi $1500. 4733144. up. 27950. Call after 6 p.m.. call.,964.8733 11/IOTF WINDOW UNIT 1'/ ton air conditioner, AFFORDABLE AT $53.0001 1023 E. Call St.. 3BR 1'/i bath CHSA cable ready
    Sandra Austin1338.. Itpd 2/9 964-4430 964-8970, 9648705. TFo| WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES $300. 782.3585. Itchg 2/9 stove, refrlg.. 1596 *f.. approx. Vi acre lot.
    $5300. 9645530. Itchg 2/9 from $1 (U-repalr). Delinquent tax pro. SERVICES I I. your child struggling dresser/bookcase. bed with mattress. Spanish-style' home, 3450 *.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR. 2'/4 ba formal
    1983 CHEVY 3/4 TON WORK VAN. V8, perty. Repossessions. 602-838.8885.txf. with D'.. making C. when they Asking $125. Call 9644155. tchg 2/9 I IR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool telling fan, 2
    AT, exc. cond. $455. Terwlllegar,I GH3493. 4tpd 2/9-3/2 ore capobl 'of .making A'*? Call COW TRAILER. 16 ft. $800; Also LARGE car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. $135,000
    Chrysler, Plymouth Dodg., Dodge LAWTEY-10 ACRES 3 BR.. 2'% bath. 2 964-8594 after 12:30: p.m. 1/26TF OAK DINING ROOM SUITE $500. I KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious. quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Bo, Ig. FR kit/DR combo
    Trucki J..p Eagle, Inc., 141 W. story from., 14x50 1984 mobile home, MOTHER OF ONE will babysit In my 782.3978.itpd 2/9 2000..f., CHSA city water 2 septic tank, ...c.condition. $ 60.000
    Madison. Starke, 964-9000. 44x28 shelter with 16x16 storage, attached ham.. All age*. Located near FSP. Coll WEAVING LOOM used only a short N.W. 29th AVE 4 BR, 2 ba stucco ft tram, 20.7 acre, CHSA $ 79,400

    1986 FORD XLT LARIATS F150 27,000 garage 'with storage ar.a. 964-8271. 2tpd 2/2-9 time. 9645751. Itpd 2/9 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba CB, wood floor. 1185 ..f.. 5 acres $ 60.000
    mile. like new. $9.199. Terwlllegar 74000. Call coll.ct 12596649. NEED YOUR HOME OR OFFICE CLEANED SEVERAL ITEMS girl 5 piece bedroom I CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000 I
    Chrysler, Plymouth Patricia Gray Realty. 2tchg 2/9-16 ? Call 964-8985 or 9645499. tpd 2/9 set, twin bed double dresser cheat 2 225
    Dodg. Dodge HWY. 2/1 frame. 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32.500
    Trucki. Jeep Eagle, Inc., 141 W. CHILD CARE after school, evening. bookcases with drawer Queen bed KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB BR, 1 Ba, 1500>.f.,wood frame $ 50,000
    Madlion, Starke, 964-9000. REAL ESTATE weekend Mature, dependable. with foot and headboard.before Orthopedic 930b.m. IROOKER 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak S/D. extra lot $ ....000
    2/9 Call 9648898
    1986 FORD RANGER V-6, 5 speed, AC 964-8522. Itchg mattres | MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acre, 3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40.000 |
    35.000 mile, on. owner. $5.395. Terwlllegar OUT OF AREA EARN MONEY for your contoct or otter 6 p.m. Itchg 2/9
    Chrysler, Plymouth Dodge, 964.8397 or 782.3354 after 6 p.m. Itpd PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER 2x6x10 ....LOTS*ACREAGE.....
    Dodge Truck, Jeep Eagle, Inc., 141 W. OCALA' NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 2/9 $339; 2x6x16 $6.25, other sixes In WALDOl r.'d.ntlal'at.' : ((1)) 100 amp service pole, ((1)) :200 amp service, sepI I
    Madlion. Starke, 964-9000. lots, river! access, $5450 Each. No I DO TRACTOR WORK mowing disking stock from 1x2 through 2x12 4x4 tic tank 18x24 shed 12x24 garage.GREAT I
    1987 SUZUKI SAMURAI ((4x4)l) like New money down $65.41 monthly. Owner for garden. Call 964.7895. Itpd 2/9 and 4x6 also available. 7 mile South WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
    S5.995. Terwlllegar Chrysler, 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF HOUSEPAINTINGi Free estimates. of Stark on 301. Stephen Smith Hwy 21. 7.17 acre, 165000. Prop.rty can be divided Into two 100 lots,
    Plymouth, Dodge Dodge Truck. Jeep Quality 'work. References providedupon lumber. 468-2624. 2tchg 2/9-16 $63.000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.
    Eagle, Inc., 141 W. Madison Starke, BOATS request. Call Tom lewis, 964-7527 WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR 19 cu. ft., CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft. on water. Reduced to$ 17,000
    after 2/9.3/2 with Irostlree freezer and Icemaker
    9649000. 6pm. 4tchg LOT 9,GOLFAIR RDi Country Club Estate. 1.11 acre, Make an Offer! $ 8,700
    WILL DO HOUSECLEANING of whit textured good condition.
    1984 MONTI CARLOl any
    Fully equipped I CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10.000
    EVINRUDI OUTBOARDS new Evlnrud. the week. Call 9643440. 2tchg 2/9-16 $175 or best oiler 473-1125 after 6
    nice transportation. $4495. I 10. 100 EAST. 1.37 wooded and platted $ 7,000 I II
    outboard ft In box I WILL WATCH ft for and weekend 2/9 acres
    Doge trolling motor, CARE your child or p.m. Itchg
    Chryiler, Plymouth Dodge, I lAWTEYl acres, 105th Ave., good Investment $ 1 5,000 I II
    1988 A 89 model, dealer Invoice, Infant In my Stark horn. HRS SEARS ELECTRIC WELDER good condition -
    Truck, Jeep Eagle, Inc., 141 W. 100% financing available. GBM Sales, Registered. 964-3421. Itpd 2/9 work well. $75. Call 9645941. RD. 100 Et 12 acre plus fish pond wide open spaces S 26,000
    Madison Starke. 9649000. 1-800-5442850 5 day 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Itchg 2/9 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acre. 3 well, 2 pole $ 50.000
    1986 NEW YORKER FIFTH AVENUE Load. fcan | WINDING TREE LAKEi lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 1 5.000

    .d. leather, Plymouth Interior.$6595.Dodge TerwlllegarChrysler Dodge 1911 2Shp JOHNSON electric tart,; tiller WANTED .....COMMERCIAL.....
    handl., under warranty, $1450. Four10.50x15" I APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALEt 830 N. Av. furnished
    Truck, J..p Eagle. Inc., 141 W. NICE Temple eight
    Madison Starke. 9".9000.COMMERCIAL tire*. $80. Honda CB :200/T' I one bedroom apts., fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.
    $250. 473'0473. Itpd 2/9 WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA FOR SALE each with ossumable
    Heating S cooling unit In apt. Selling price$147.500 mortgage
    Please writ P. O. Drawer 380 Stark,
    of $111.708.1 9 1/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
    PROPERTY LAND FOR SALE Fla. 32091. 4/7TF 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CHSA. WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE In the grocery business? Call for detail!

    i f enclosed patio on 1 plus acre, close to LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prim.acre, 301 S., Reduced to $85,000
    100 ACRES) six room house and bam. town. $29,000.RALPH LOCATION. LOCATION I This prim comm.rclallocallon 507 W. Madison St.
    Owner will Il anc.. $20OO/Acr BRYAN REALTY 964.8878REALTY I SUPER! COMMERCIALI Great two story building. Enterprise Zone $ 60.000
    BUILDING FOR RENT. Phone 964-7771 or 9644537.: 1O/20TP 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85.000
    Downtown Stark. $200 monthly. Can SHORT ON CASH No Down Payment THOMPSON STi 1 1.362 1 f., brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefit $ 80.000
    remodel' to mil, at negotiable price. Landl 1 1 Acre and up. Sam with large 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 165.01'on 301 $120,000
    Phon. 964.6305, John. TFm| oak permitting UNDERGROUND (Net 301 NORTH approximately ISO'x approx. 220'* $125,000 |
    i OFFICE SPACE 500 tif.!' rft..forwent..... r .-Mbatrtfl S Ic'1'Ifnk.11 1S I M1\kREWE) 1 1r | .
    H 1 m .fJ'ir !QNtra.rPI1 ,.{l\rtu1 ::1 1 .t9 !LP4 I'Kt tRI R4Rd.TJL! 884928 { '''' ..t"D.: ,. ( 3-.rn.ivi 't.:1"1"' : ,'" '. '
    1 PP rfOR SAM ffflf ORSVTH RD. 3 acr*, a"Mi raq S-g 4 't.I .j' .. ........ 1 1i : '.I ''I * 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICBf *) .T4t'i8'6 90 acres |just off Fanyth R :J EALTO After H'o'rl"
    across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 '2500 Ac. Phone ((407)) 4646827.' Stchg town: taU the whole world?
    month. 964-8848 eve 473-3627. ; ', .When oelllng rent ,:estule why eltle for telling the who a when you can I Ann TrwlllgarNlon . . . . . . 473-7541
    1/26-3/23J: :' : ... .. r
    12/8TF Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

    COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT $400 MOBILE HOMES' :' Lawteyi. 18 acre with 600 ft. Hwy." Joy Thornton. . . . . . . . . 964-4223
    month. 2 old. Call Susan .1917 Concord 3 BR. 2/ ba ha extra 125 frontage.
    Faulkner Broker/owner.year 964-5069 or ,f i lot with wood frame house, city Cltyi. one acre on Laura St., room for D.bra Connaughton . . . . . . .9 -2833.

    964-4048. 2tchg 2/9.16 ,: utilities. ; ; several r..ld.ntlallot..

    ,'- ., ,. '. ;'1- ", ',' i.,.:.:&: 1973 New Moon 12x60. with opprox. -City! 1.38 Ac., great office location.
    .: i .i')" ... .: 10 acres, North ol Lawtey. 105th Ave. Cltyi. SR 100: 3.5 acre, potential F

    ;; ;. .,, oJo. .. ,." t, tfl HOMES I: commercial development area.
    ", ". .t '. '>swicx Two BR. 1 BA. nice lot, $13,000. HOMES 1 ACREAGE ELECTRICIAN MAINTENANCEHELP
    :. # -Southgat 3 BR.'2 Ba, CHftA. THERESSA AREA 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2

    ';, .Brick Veneers 3 BR 2 Ba CHSA. Bath opprox. 1860 *.f. home. WANTED
    .\ ''I Two Story House very nice, Union Ctyi 135 acre, 2700 .q.ft.

    ': '', remodeled recently pointed. Zoned brick home. Must Have ExperienceMust
    Owner Anxlousl' '
    Have Own Tools
    LAND Little lake Santa ,.100x160 ft. lot.
    ,. -S... 100 Ai Two 6.77 acre parcel' new septic tank approved for well In Exchange For:
    OH 301 N. wooded 8.50 acre, with to lot.
    / power source
    q well ft septic tank. GOOD PAY e GOOD BENEFITS

    'Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan, Associaten Apply at GRIFFIN 1NDUSTRIES. Hwy. 221

    441 W. Madis> St., Starke Hampton 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

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    ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc.

    Lbcated Hwy. 301 .2 blks.:S. of SR 100: 221 W.: Lafayettd St.' 964-4544
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    : homes.1 Lots'Acreage" Waterfront

    :W. I Farms' .i(" Commercial

    WANT PRIVACY? 3BR/1BA Rough fin.\ A-From.,Home,, "Porches All

    iciI i Around I.oada' Tree, 6.16 Ac. '
    IN:THff)CITY 3IR/2BA Modular Horn, CHSA Stove Relrl) ft Drape,_Swim-

    mlng Pool Bldg 14x24 w/Patio.: Storage Bldg 12x12Nk., Lof ,

    II I I -*One o a"Ki"a c mS..Fcfcl f rop.rty* /1 4n r \t;+ ; w} '?cr';: ;\ !';':}1AOtiriTTan.; J.t stil7g"s;; \" y..I.J', ii' y'',. ,.. : N NEAR.Fpmlly DOWNTOWN! ., 'Kitchen'! ,'TStory.Fram.ft .L laundry! Kooms,4BU2BA..Float, FumQ large.. AC Living I Unit: Room, 104x210PEA" r!, DinlSgl ,

    With'Frontocji on'3 Sir* ** ,*, i'fr..C..II'"AIttc..r.; i 4 Ba.22H&A. $47,.QfKr! ,:<. g ,4' 4lr dHWW '' 1
    } SR 100 i $R 130(Call St. f.Building + It WEST Brick! /2\, oq,1'' sere.' lot. *eirtro. 5"th", | on"\-1 f. :r 'r' ; 'q Including ) '
    I *""- iW v* f *"*OWNEt BHANCJNGt:' 'a/1"from* In Stork, $13OD'd9'rte ; : t : '3000 SF. Large Enclosed Garage; Well ft SepfWto.ro* lot.
    .. hot OoodRtMtfollryKOW.J s .*CONVEN NTTO: STARK,OR $ igvr.. ':-.fr.. : 1' 1 IN THE COUNT**,r 28R/2BA CB Home, large INIng-Dlnlng Room Family
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    .,; Own.rwlllConld) .rttlvlcilngrv : I' (trWA..r* g.Twr.. <" eedbur! mii .tova. on 2.79 ocra..f.k! J Room" Kitchen ha* Formica." CoWnet and BreoMost' Nook CHftA: .,. Garage,
    : Priced to S.*>IU' '*! REDUCED DUE TO HEALTH 8 a { t Property. '% : d;COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEJTi over 2400 *...; CHS A.3 acres on paved- road; I GOOD BUY,;<;2BR/IBA.Pram. Horn.. AC; Spec H....'. large .Kitchen-
    i v ;,: too many *
    *MIMOSA DRIVEL 3 BR, i Bo4' >rmol) irvihp tFobt'mJrh njorea,,//SOxfji.' ,' .. *BEAUTIFUL llIICIr.- /2.fomlly- room.w/flreploc, acre West **,, .: ?,' GET; AWAY FROM IT ALL.2 BR/1 BA Mobil Horn In Good Condition. Well

    lot, beautiful Inoround pool, nice landscaping, 2293 *.f, a i ,, J ; *I4 ACRE FARM thot ho 1 It oMlh! pond Improved posture, beautiful oaks, I ft Settle,,9.5 w/Fronloge on New River.,
    *RENT..2 BR, 2 Ba ctaubUwld, vlw of Klngsley lake, $350/mo.. adults .bam., croes-fenced, water In all pasture, 2 mobile. home; 1 ,
    *HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft ft Oft Shop: Craft. craft supplies, and gift. *. 'SELECTED PROPERTIES

    ...3 BR. 1 Ba on Crosby Lake, $4OO/mo:} *COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hw"" ..16 E ft Cherry St. 25000. I ..{ACRES i Power Pole ft vi.li:Owner: ; ; Financing. Small Down: Payment.
    AttAi Building' let from $6500. Owner financing. .i', I 6400 SF, Hwy 301N.
    't.3 BR,1 3/4 Ba, $450/mo: > *COUNTRY CLUB BJ Acre. JTwo Story Bldg. w/LMng Area Upstairs ,
    + ...3 BR, I Ba $375/mo. ,I *OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage excellent hunting." \i 14S ACRES Will DMd, Owner Financing Good Term. Brooker.
    irwj J i j i 1 mile to Country Club 2 miles to Stark. Only $1500 pf oer*. ; 10 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove Well ft, Septic Owner Financingt \ .
    WANTED.Vtran to assume loon*, mobil'. horns on 9 acre and 3 BRr J .*U ACRES HIGH ft DRY! pecan tree., Well ft septic, S29.00O, (Free M H..) Frontoo on Hwy.100W CIty Water ft Sewage Avalloble' -

    Ba house In town.NBWUSTlNGiDoublwldMHcm3'aerlnThr. *COUNTRY CLUE Brick ov.r 1900 *..., famalllYlne ft dining, room 4 I ACRES t Good Commercial location. Hwy.16W.' < ,
    ,family room rc room or .,,'ra bedroom, 2V bath.. I1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil Horn, $3.500,
    rt *. d. aty.'t CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 ..f.-, 100x3001ot, 56000.. I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.. -
    > I *CROSBY LAM CANALS 100x192'wooded lot/mobll! horn -approved.' I ONI-HALF ACRE Zoned feW Mobil Horns, 3000. I

    One OuJ Profc3stwally 1 tIN STARK all from:good condition; 22500.. I LAKE GENEVA f large Lot.- 100 ft. on Water. .
    Call of
    .i*37 ACRES of *xc* *nl land many fruit tree, Fleetwood doublewlde.. I LAKE LOn Crosby ft Sompton Owner Financing,
    Staff Todqy..964-5O69 t*WOULD YOU BEUEVEI 65 plus acre* for only $1500 per ocr.. Fronts hwy. I LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast $Section' of Oty.
    Trained I
    r"'f ,*ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWID Oft 40 Acres, good land. $85,000.
    < l xr, < *NEAT, aBANi large "'--/8'/ both'. new-. .kitchen cabinets, only$15.300.. '(.F YOUR MiND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS ELATED

    After Hours Gah T 1418'i: ..ltor AsisoGlatQa ,, i \>'-< "i I _MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATED

    Faulkner ..964S1t2.Derma 'Call Us About ...
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    Godwrn..468.2504, LAKE LOU HOMES I *'9L/.U9s' B4NOiM H4-6664
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    FURNISHED 12X40 MH with
    JOB Sell Avon. For Information call expandable room table with 6 Chlppandale chairs Drlnce ORGANIZATION seeks mature Individual
    carpetr, air large yard. $200 per drain line*. State registered.
    living $1500, buyer must move
    room. plus mirror Good condition.
    $BOO firm.
    Romano 782.3068. 12/29TF 7 to find and supervise home
    month. 964.8602 after 6 p.m. TFlmm 1.398.7539, 1765.1445 1-659-2779 Jones 273-2248 from 7 a.m. p.m.
    or 4753326. 2/9
    SOUTHERN VILLAS NOW RENTING 2 BR ATTENTION HIRING I Government 2/9.23 Itpd after 7 p.m. 275.2197. 2/9. 4tpd. 3/2 for high school itudent Good supplemental
    unitt These units ore tpaclou All |lobs, your area. Many Immediate 3tchg NEW Till 950)(16.5. $50.: gas stove, Income. Call 13845464.
    $20, living room chair, $5. 4733666.
    have large closets and storage roomt. opening without waiting list or t..t.SI7B4G$69.4B5. 1/19..tpd. 2/9
    facilities Call 1.602.838.888B LAND FOR SALEFOR Itpd 2/9 WANTED RE-HAB AIDI with some experience
    Laundry payments from $219 on premises plus utilitlet Monthly For ...t. 83493. 4tpd 2/9-3/2 AVON FOR SALE Plus 250 old collectors REAL ESTATE preferred for Lake Butler
    and miscellaneous Items. Call
    SALE 2 lot cleared. $3000 each Items
    rental Information and application SENIOR PHARMACIST 01 Hospital therapy practice Respond to
    Minimum qualification. Florida two for $5500. 4734897. 4tchg 2/9-3/2 Rosle, 4739239. 2tpd 2/9.16 P.O7 Box 2039, Gainesville, FL 32602.
    Southern Villas
    contact Manager, 1001
    HIS AND HERS Sears Town Cruiser 9 TO 30 ACRES with large concrete
    Southern Villa !Drive; Tuesday S Thursday llcensure at a Pharmacist and one
    bicycles Sears Best exercise bikenew.Shopsmith barnt. Also, new doublewlde on 1 acre DRIVER"WITH RECORDS for
    or call 964.7295 964.4214. experience. Hour: Monday- NOTICE GOOD
    or year
    outfit Craftsman table saw, or larger In country. Call 496-3939.
    .5, weekend off. New Apply afternoon
    1/I2TF 8 truck route
    12 cu. ft. freezer, commercial carpetsteam day.. 4J4-139S, evenings tfn/chg.
    MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, Pharmacy under construction, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted cleaner, tools, push plow 1/19 Big "J" Burger at LaCrosse or
    sewer, cable TV. Phone 964-74VC. Salary based on credential and experience to the Lake Region Monitor office seeder, weed eater, appliance dolly. FOR lEASE BY OWNER Prime commercialcorner coll462-1611.lt/chg. 2/9
    1/12TF negotiable up to $38K In writing and paid In advance Call 473.3671 for Information. Itchg lot 100'xl4r, situated on LAKE BUTLER APPAREL IS EXPANDING.We .
    FOR RENTi MOBILE HOMES with city SENIOR REGISTERED unless credit I I. already established 2/9 SR100. Inside city limits of lake Butler. are looking for dedicated individuals

    water, sewer, cable TV 2 BR. 1 both. NURSE with this office.MONITOR FOR SALE Kitchen cabinet ft sink, like Call 1(904)651-3066.( ) 2/2 4tpd. 2/23 to fill top paying sewing
    964.7491. 1/12TI' Minimum qualification: Florida STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 2/9.16 operation In return for your dedication
    new for sale. 9643808. 2tpd
    MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR 1 llceniure a* a Registered Profes- RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN we offer an excellent benefit
    boo unfurnished no pet, 1 child only. tlonol' Nurse and one year experience. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER PROM DRESSi FOR SALE package. Some of which are: Credit
    orlg. design turquoise
    $175 month $150 deposit New Clinic under con- THE TELEPHONE. and M.dlcailif.
    plus security 'lame, full Union Profit Sharing
    length, size 10 beautiful,
    Call after 6 p.m. 964.4430 or 964.8970 fraction. Salary bated on credentials Classified deadline I 11:00 a.m. Tuesday $180. Also royal blue'fame tea-length FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's F'ult.Farm. Ft.. Inturance. Experience helpful but not
    or 964.8705. TFo| and experience negotiable up prior to Thursday publication/ size 10, $100. 964-5283. Itpd 2/9 .. BARE ROOT Apples, peaches; required. Come by and see u* for a
    UNFURNISHED APARTMENT for rent. to S26K. Minimum charge I 15 word for$3.50, nectarines, plums pears, and figs $3. possible position In our organization.
    $175 month, $100 depotit. Kitchen furnished CORRECTIONAL-MEDICAL then 15 cent for each word thereafter. CONTAINER GROWN, Apples and Call 496-3601 or come by 650 SE 2nd"
    carpet, water sewage & garbage TECHNICIAN-CERT LOST & FOUNDLOST peart. $6. Blueberries and grapes $3. Street, Lake Butler, Florida. 2/9
    furnished 1.468.1857. 1/26TF Minimum qualification: Florida SERVICES OPEN Mon.-Sot. ,Closed Sundays. 2t/chg. 2/16
    FURNISHED 1 BR, 2 bath opt. $200 llcenture a* a Practical Nurse Black and white female cat from 497-2621..21'2 2tpd. 2/9 EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble -

    month $100 deposit kitchen furnished (LPN). New clinic under construc SEWING MACHINES CLEANED oiled and Silver Sands Lake Child pet. If found,, REFRIGERATORS,washers, dryers. and products at home. Call for Informa
    water garbagefurnished. tion. Salary bated on credential please call 4737103. Reward offered. 504-641-6003 Ext. 8401. 2/9 Itpd.
    carpet tion.
    1.46B.1857.sewage 1/26TF and experience negotiable up to adjust tension In your home. Special Itpd 2/9 ... Appliance ,.pal,...' Call
    496-2090:2/9 2tpd. 2/16
    $17,200. $14.95. Repair all brand Work
    MOBILE HOME LOT on Baylett Highway. STYLE 11.10 10- transmission
    NEW Speed
    guaranteed. 4737862. 2/2 tfnchg
    964.8877. 964.6517. 2tpd 2/2.9 Successful candidates will be eligiblefor TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1'/
    JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR House $700.00. Call 496.0073 after 6 p.m. 2/9 MOBILE HOMES
    HOUSE WITH 3 BR and bath, $275. all Florida Career Service.BENEFITS painting. Reasonable rates. 473.3275. baths; attached garage with washer & Itpd. 29DURALINER
    Another with 5 rooms Including 2 BR, INCLUDED State Contribution 2/9 dryer hookup. Stove, refrlg., TRUCK BEDLINER. fits '84 FOR SALELIKE
    $235 964.7872. Itchg 2/9 to Health Insurance, EXPERT HOUSECLEANING and personalcare dishwasher furnished; across from Ranger pickup, $SO. Call 496-3607 after
    TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT Retirement and Social Security, 13 Elem. School. 4733681. I/5TF
    for elderly. Good reference 5:30.2/9 It/chg. 2/9 mobile home, 14x66, 2
    vacation day, 10 paid NEW 1986
    and utilities furnished No paid KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES 2 BR, 2 ba, FREEZER
    pets $80 per week. 964.8498. Itpd 2/9 holiday and tick leave O.f.rredComp.n.atlon 473-3723. 2tchg 2/9-16 garage, fenced FP, freshly painted REFRIGERATOR $70. l.R. big bedrooms 2 baths, catheral ceiling
    INDUSTRIOUS RELIABLE- seeking workor Bralller. 923 S. Lake Avenue. Phone kitchen
    with big
    with fan light
    Plan Merit Increases telling
    ONE MOBILE HOME LOT Call 9647895. new carpet. $450 month. Century 21
    Itpd 2/9 CEU't and In-Servlca Train- business opportunity. See Jane, Box Showcase Properties, 4734903. 4tchg 4962976. 2/9 llpd. 2/9 with breakfast bar, plenty of coblnett
    5700. Lisa lyon Road, Plantation Farms 2/2-23 CARPET BUY DIRECT, wholesale prices, big living room washer and dryei
    TWO BEDROOM HOUSE In town. Immediate CONTACT: R. Nate Holton. Personnel South, Keystone Heights. Itpd 2/9 free samples commercial and residen hook-upt. Cash 10500. Call 496-1307.
    Call 964.4636.
    occupancy. Itpd HOUSE CLEANING Christian/ ladles will tial. Florida references. We ship direct. 1/26
    2/9 Manager, New River Correctional days or 964-3392, night 4tchg.
    clean by day week month. Call LucilleN. WANTED Paradise Carpets, P.O. Box 2488
    Institution, P.O. Box 333 Raiford, 2/16
    12x65 MOBILE HOME: 3 BR $200 month
    Susan W.. 475.2907 or 659-2690 4tpd Dalton Georgia 30722. 1-600-338-781.
    Fl. 32083. ((904)) 964.4000 or
    $100 dep. Call 964.8704. Itchg 2/9 2/9-3/2 BABYSITTER NEEDED-Immediately In my 2/9. 4tchg. 3/2
    FURNISHED 3 BR, 2 Ba CHSA carpet completed Florida State Applica WILL DO LIGHT HOUSECLEANING In Earleton home on Lake Santa F. Must 4 ACRES partly cleared with trees.
    fenced lot shade trees, no pets. tion. EOE/M/F Preference shall be your home. Reasonable rates. Call be reliable. Phone Suzy, 468.2394 between Mobile home approved 8" well In CARS/TRUCKS
    Saratoga Hit $450 month plus deposit. given to certain Veteran and
    after 4. Reference If needed. 9643808. II a.m..9 p.m. Itpd 2/9 Call
    Union County, terms to suit buyer.
    of provided by
    964.4371 after 6 p.m. Itchg 2/9 spouses veteran at
    DOUBLEWIDE FOR RENT new 3 Chapter 295 Low of Florida. 2tchg 2tpd 2/9-16 1.452.2683. 2/9. Itchg. 2/9 1910 SUNBIRD doesn't work but fixableor

    bedroom 2 bath Central AC $373 plus 2/29 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING MISCELLANEOUSNEED for part, best offer, call 4963099.
    deposit 9645475. Itpd 2/9 EASY WORKI I EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call FOR RENT 2/9 Itchg. 29HOMES
    MOBILE HOME FOR RENT: 2 BR 1 bath product at home. Coll for Informa LoRue Leveling Service for all your CASH fAST We pay cash for furniture -
    Central AC extra clean. $260 plus tlon. 504.641-8003 Ext. 9579..2tpd229NEED foundation repair. Keystone, jewelry, glassware. tools, FOR SALE
    deposit 964.5475. Itpd 2/9 EXTRA CASH or a full time job? 473.7721.7/9TF household items* just about anything. MINI STORAGE 5x5, $15, 5x10 $20;
    KITCHEN FURNISHED ins BR, 1 bathhouse Sell AVON. For Information call PAINTING INSIDE t OUT pressure Give u* a call at 473.2183 or come by 10x10, $30, per month' plus $20
    Easy walk to Winn Dixie. Ramona, 7823068. 4tchg 2/2.23 washing mobile homes, brick A block. Tuesday-Saturday, 10-5. Pack Rat Hwy deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068. TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
    Mature adults. $275 month, $100 POSITIONS AVAILABLE the following Call 4732835. TLC Painting. 4tchg 100 Keystone Heights. 2/2 tfnchgCARSTRUCKSBOATS tfnchg. 12/22 fireplace. Vaulted llvingroom ceiling,
    security deposit Phone A.M. 964.4317 department: upholstery, welding 1/19.2/9 ,MAC'S MOBILE HOME PARK SR231, walk-in linen room, laundry room car
    or eves 475.2813. Itpd 2/9 sewing, attembly. Apply at Hwy. 301 south. Lots and mobile homes for rent port. Brand new above ground swimming
    ON HAMPTON LAKE 3 BR, 2 both, North. No phone calls pleate. Brad. extra clean. Quiet neighborhood convenient pool with huge wooden deck.Also,
    fireplace/Buck stove, CHSA, kitchen ford Furniture. 2tchg 2/9.16 to schools ,and stores. Call screened-In cookout area with kitchen
    furnished 468.2704. Itpd 2/9 CASHIER/CLERK WANTED: Apply In person NOW HIRING 23 FT. HUNTER SLOOP 1986, winged "96-1307.1/26 4tchg. 2/16 and bathroom. On 3 acre, 2 block
    STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Pep-O Go & Food Store, 620 S. keel, 8 HP Johnson trailer, VHF, more. NICE 9 BEDROOM HOUSE out of city, no from school. 71500. Weekday
    your work? We have clean mobile Walnut St., Starke. 'Itchg 2/9 $520 MONTHTO Seldom used. Excellent condition, water and sewage bills. Phone 496.3939, evening and weekend
    hornet available 4681323. 10/8 TF MECHANICALLY INCLINED a DEPEN START 10000. 473-3848. Itpd 2/9 "96- 179. 2/9..Itpd. 2/9 496-3607. tfn/chg. 1/26
    DABLE: We will train you to be an Industrial BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
    FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilitiespaid Good condition.
    sewing machine mechanic. Evenings 6.10 p.m. New local TWO BEDROOM bedroom, 3 bath In the country. Swimming
    From $37 weekly Magnolia $1500. 473-3144.ltchg 2/9 monthly.
    has several LBMS. $223
    LEARN FAST EARN FAST. Apply In appliance company across from .
    Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF hire positions open for full and part.time' Available 12/19. For info call 964-8602 pool and totelllte. Large oak
    THREE BEDROOM, 1 V bath clean, closeto person and convince ut to you. We offer excellent starting 119500. Two additional acresavailable.
    prison. Call 468.1323. 6/9TF Only one opportunity available. Vogue good help.working conditions and a chance pay. after 6 p.m. |mm Call 496-3939. days and
    CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, Manufacturing, 710 S. Water St., for career opportunities. Must be high 454-1595, evening! tfn/chg. 2/2
    extras, reasonable rent. PINES Starke, Fl. Itchg 2/9 school graduate, have ear and neat NOTICE
    496.2366. SR 121, lake Butler. 7/14TF ASSISTANT WANTED Will train. appearance. No experience necessary.Will R. :V. DURRANCE 1
    ._ .
    Background In clerical duties, typing Train. For Interview, call
    LAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking op. ADVERnSINO'irtouliHie

    Inir.v 'rnehir-plication, CHSA for, f 182 lly' bedroom ulp ed'kltch.n apart-, people.35.45 wpm Part-time helpful with work possibility well]) with to Wednesday.between Thursday 1 &O p.m.and Friday.. V PUMP. :& SUPPLY J I CLASSIFIED 21t..t9i8! ; .yanc..sub-of- YARD SALE

    drape 782.3531. New manag..m.nt.Equal convert to full time. Send resume to: 1-800-940-0008 or 964-2979 '4 0> established 4 FAMILY YARD SALE, Saturday Feb. II,
    218 S. Walnut St., .
    Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF Starke Business, Fl.Manager 32091. No walk-In or phone \ 'Well Drilling ,with this offJc..., 8:30 until 502 SW 12th Street. Lok.Butl.r .
    ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT In duplex.Adults calls please. Itchg 2/9 Classified deadline Is MONDAY. 5 ; 2/9. Itchg. 2/9

    only. 468-1113 2tod 2/2.9 WOMAN 25-4S TO LIVE INt able to drive P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
    helpful. Small talory. Can have one AFFORDABLEIT.H.E.Aoortmenf; \\ Rotary 2".to.6"Pumps I Minimum charge in 15 words for$3.30
    ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS child. Apply In perton. Call firtt. then 15 cents for each word thereafter.

    In-Home Service 9644536. 2tpd 2/9-16 .
    CRUISE SHIP JOBS Now hiring men and .

    964-2966 women. Summer and career opportunities 922 E.BroWDIee St- c "
    Excellent pay plus world All' 'RESIDENT'MANAGERNEEDED
    Repairs on: travel. Hawaii Bahamas, Caribbean.etc. Camp Dludlq Rd.
    Washers Refrigerators CALL NOW. 206.736-7000 ext Starke n.32091 o Mature couple, wanted for 44-unit

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    Microwaves TEACHING t ADMINISTRATION JOBS 964-7133 "
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    STORE YOUR CHOOSE OWN APPAREL OR SHOE : Studio Two 110 110th Ave., NE I Z r.r t
    FROM Jean/.porl- 402, Bellevue, WA 98004. fcan
    .w.ar. ladles men's, children/mater SOUTHERN HOME EQUITY CORPSStatewide iI i
    danceweor/aeroble.nity. large sizes, petite service on second mortgage United Methodist Women Install New Officers ir I I

    accessories store. Add bridal color lingerie or loan$3.000 to$750,000. Homeownersuse 1989 officers of United Methodist Women of First Church r
    analysis. for debt
    your equity consolidation
    Brand names:Liz Claiborne Healthlex. room additions Improvement and Starke accept a plaque honoring group names to be retired this

    Bugle Chant,Boy L..Levi. St.Camp Mlchele Beverly, Forerua Hill,. large friendly *, Suw! credit accepted. year Eva Blair Nolia Middleton, Blanche Williams. .. . How's The Family? . .
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    Organically Grown, on ur- Groups are named In honor of deceased UMW monbers'
    over 2000 ban Brokers, ask about "
    others. Or $13.99 on. price designer, correspondent lender program. Please our who faithfully served the local unit. By Rev. Ed Kirkland M.Div.. pastor of the Klngtley Lake Baptist 'i
    multl-tler' pricing discount or family call Jacksonville 448-0044. toll free Officers Installed in January were President Evelyn Church located 10 minutes east of Starke on Hwy. 16 at Kingiley Lake
    far hoe store. Retail prices, unbelievable 1-800-825-0230. licensed Mortgage Womack Vice President Lucile Godwin Secretary Linda Rev. Kirkland answers questions on the family In this column from a I
    top quality shoes normally priced Brokerage Business. 6821 Southpolnt Christian perspective. Send your question or comment to: How's The
    from$19 to$60. Over 250 brands Smith Treasurer Ada Reddish, Work Area Chairmen Carolyn I.
    2600 Dr. ,
    N. Jacksonville 32216. fcan Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starfee Fl. 32091.
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    Group 6 Elaine Thornton
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    1-800-835-3826.( fcan TRAVEL TRAILERS Andrea Waterhouse. you dldn't do anything. you wU know the reason she Isn't speaking to you
    LETS TALK SHOPi Would you like to own Shown accepting the plaque at Tuesday's General Meeting now. You say you don t believe me. that I should be less prejudiced? Just
    your own KIDS CLOTHES SHOP? Complete 32' 19S3 TERRY travel trailer, excellent are left to right; Elaine Thornton Linda Smith. Debby by any bookstore and ask who purchases most of the romance novels.
    turnkey package. Includes Inven Women have it in their blood!
    tory, fixtures, training. $23.000 Invest condition AC, antenna. Sleeps 6, self- Anderson Laurie Mullins Evelyn Womack, Cindy Futch However, just to make life Interesting men are usually the exact op ,.
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    2tpd 2/2-9 posite. Our view of romance is sitting in separate chairs sharing popcorn
    DEALERSHIP-IOC HOMES Your complete Un separate bowls but it came from the same bag). while we watch the
    log home manufacturing company late show on the tub A big night out Is a trip to the video store. Chances
    has all of America's finest lines, are, your wife accuses you of being as romantic as a rock and she's pro- '
    starting at$9199.Great
    earning potential
    will Bradford Apartments oably right!
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    Original OLD TIMER LOG HOMES and } wake up and realize lady your
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    OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS I Own your own Garages 964-8848 to be some correlation a completely
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    to $39,900. Includes Again you don't have to spend a fortune, but take her somewhere that has
    beginning Inventory training fixtures 301 S Across Bradford more on the menu than a "Happy Meal'.
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    301-849-2134. fcan "KOAWalmart/ her you love her and spending a little money on her instead of the kids or
    a <& In estinexxtsy Ins k. f yourself she will begin to feel appreciated. It's a great way to show you .
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    -, r very simply by saying, "Husbands, love your wives". ..
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    sin a VI d'P0mfihteunWel' : '>t>r watching that soap opera anyway. Have, great, Valen- I
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    $165,000 Exclusive Hampton Lake home, 1.7 acres.
    $1 85.OOO Santa Ft Lakcfrpnt home best beach.
    $ 25.000 Crosby Lake lit with 100'waterfront
    $ 19.OOO Crosby Lake lot over an acre.',
    $ 15.OOO Sampson Waterfront lot. northshore. .

    Lease Now Buy Later

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    609 N. Orange' St. .. Starke $41.OOO 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath masonry home wIden.in town. Nata..hdqr*>. Potnp no Bch. Fl .FIINANCIALAIDAVAILABLEePINANCIALAIDAVUl.ABLE
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    .. ...:., .Residential ,Q64-7417. 6O7 Bradford Court In StarkeApplications Used
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    occupancy are being accepted
    "" ': ,;: License. EROOU74S. on 1'& 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments torn$220 "

    ,,! ..,1.r.". 'plus' Utilities.-/ Handlcapped units are also available. Office

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    .' :1 :, '. ? Jf.r 4 Lake Lots! On Paved Road In ,:: ; g by/February 28. 1989 Desk
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    I Lakefront Acreage for sale.1/2 Mile Lake Frontage Ca11964=6216 V Equal

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    I. Lake Santa Fe Home for sale: 4 BR 2 BA.............'.$185.000 M n.-Fd. 9-6:30 p.m."e OpportunityJ t
    f Ocala National Forest Hunting& Fishing Retreaton $25.OO $6O.OO t.J

    Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25:000:
    One&Two Acre Mobile\,Home Lots ....;...............$3500 &Up, J
    New 2 PR.2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000;. J l IM'ii't\n. 1?_ @I t''ii'W I rP@Q AQG From ,

    ,,' .' 200 Acres near Theressa.: ...'......................,...,....$I,OOOAtre\: USED Copy Machines t
    ::? > Building Lots In Smokerise c Subd1v1s1 Keystone: 5.000 Lone Term Renter ,"

    ,.u f 2 Lots and Mobile fome.Keystone ::...:.....::.....,....$22.500' r. USED Typewriters

    '.1') For Sale or:Rent.,.. Mobile Home: ; 2 BR w/Bath; on' House and 3 acres. Hampton area off CR 18. Sale On New Furniture ,

    2,Acres" Graham Terms 3.000 1 or Best Offer "
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    North of Starke. 3 BR 1 BA Completely Machines
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    Furnished fOR RENT............................"...,.........50P/Mo'( 'Ope, .Acre. No Improvements. Hampton
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    I f; Final Dispositions in Circuit Court grams cannabiS, placed on three

    two years pro- placed on two years probation. months probation,fined $200.
    Kimbrough found grand theft,placed on
    pled no
    r Stebbins found guilty Edward James Tony Anthony Hutchins Kenneth Wayne Howard pled no
    The following defendants received Robert Melton of cannabis; placed onthree guilty robbery; placed on five years bation. found guilty burglary of a contest grand theft, adjudication contest burglary of structure,placedon
    possession George
    Bradford probation, fined$200. withheld,placed on two years proba- probation, make
    final disposition Jan. 17 in years probation, fined $200. Converse found dwelling; placed on two years probation restitution three years
    t County Circuit Court before Judge Charles Edward Hawkins found Francis Eugene assault on consecutive to above. tion, ordered to make restitution $150.
    lascivious no
    lewd or Alvarez pled
    H. Pierce. of cannabis placed $600. Steven
    George guilty possession ; child under 16 years of age, placedon Charlie Scott pled no contest contest resisting arrest with
    community control, defendants appeared
    Henry Wayne Hart pled no contest on 24 months $200. seven years probation. The following before Judge Benjamin unemployment compensation fraud; violence,placed on two years proba-
    of cocaine; sentenced to fined Richard Sisson, Jr. found Edward Leon Hankerson chargedwith placed on three years probation, tion with special conditions.
    possession Tench.
    Ray concealed firearm, restitution 2369. Jr. pled no contest
    community control with assault without carrying a Duane Murray pled no ordered to make Roosevelt Green,
    two drug years counseling. firearm guilty aggravated placed on 24 months community placed on five years probation,fined contest Richard to attempted shooting into an Willie Norman Suggs pled no of contest possession of cocaine, placed on
    ; in lieu con
    Alberta Rochelle charged withforeerv control followed by three $700. found guilty occupied dwelling; found guilty, sale of substance two three years probation.
    Allen George placed
    Troy trolled substance
    was placed on one year .pro- probation.bation. .
    years years probation with special conditions Carson C. Stracke (inmate)

    sentenced to 24 months for escapeto
    Carlos Ernesto James Worrell pled consecutive).
    arrest with ( run
    no contest resisting
    violence,placed on two years proba Silver pled no
    Michael Eugene
    .. '.-... -. tion. contest burglary of a structure,placed
    .., community control,
    t jv "" Y. on two years
    rr 3, Dewight Andre Swain pled no contest five years probation to run concurrent
    i t possession of a concealed with Union County sentence.
    J weapon, fined $200, 90 days proba
    tion. Chris Douglas Robinson pled no
    contest grand theft sentenced to 18
    ., .r Darrell Latrell Williams pled no of Corrections.
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    Bradford Clay County
    wreck occurred about 6:30 a.m. at

    from the highway.Traffic wa backed ap8t tp :awteu Imto;Reddlck 9"30. Stat F to Baptbh where he wa listed In aatble condition.John Paul Murray, 4',
    of was
    Andrewt, S3
    According to Lt.Tim Martin,Jamei Leroy IPa
    of Jacksonville wa treated and released from Humana Hospital._ -

    Moody from page IB

    when you'refishing miles or so offshore In freezing
    fore fewer petroleum prices and matter In though the wintertime. You winter months and It seems like .
    In the Industry forced are somewhere in the
    layoffs to you
    really have to be Into fishing /
    him to look elsewhere. It In cold weather. The tropics out on deck in the
    "After I started to go Into boats enjoy In the winter sunshine."
    wanted own rig for best fishing Weather conditions are quite
    I my
    salt-water always fishing" Moody said. months, is tropical in the current Culfstream which( a changeable so far from shore o ... ..
    but not strong he had to ask
    "The work was enjoyable water from South and Moody says
    too profitable. Party boat theweather's America sweeps warm all the way to the North for assistance from the Coast ; ,
    fishing is great Atlantic) where you can be 75
    nice. It's another
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    February 9.JIIKII TKl-WJIl.U-ll.TIMKS: : &. :MOX1TOK-B SKITION 1''It.MB

    .- .

    Schedule lHISh News BriefsTV I

    Of Bond was set at $215.25 for Rupert is charged with the theft of
    Cameraman cle on Call St., according to Houchen said Short. Houchen was money from Law's Tavern several
    Patrolman Mack Short. After attempting weeks ago said Short. At closing
    Events Has Fender Bender a turn onto Thompson St. released on his own recognizance. time Jan. 16, Rupert allegedly took
    Covering ElectionA in front of another vehicle, Houchen cash approximately $650 from the
    .I decided to back up striking an safe in the tavern where she was the
    The Bradford County Mont TV cameraman from Channel 20 Oldsmobile. The driver of the Olds, Woman ArrestedFor bartender and left town said Short.
    is observing Black History out of Gainesville who was In town to Katherine Tucker, was frantically Grand Theft Bond was set at $250( she was
    in February with a display of colorful Tuesday also in vainas
    cover the election blowing her horn but it was released on her own recognizance.
    nags from African nations, visited the county Jail. she was struck. Owner of the Deborah Rupert, also known an
    and a display of SO orblack more books Trevor David Houchen was charged Olds, City Clerk Neil Tucker, Linda Evans, was arrested Feb. 7
    by well-Known writers of IiIWOIJI Ii I]I with driving while license estimates damage to between $300 and charged with grand theft,according Emergency Dial 911
    prose and poetry. suspended and careless driving and $500. to Patrolman Mack Short.
    Another feature of Black after his vehicle struck another vehi
    History Month will be a workshop
    for young high school students The workshop being sponsored --------------I
    between The ages of 14 and 18 by the Bradford NAACP and all r-------------- "
    years to help improve their students in the 14-18 age bracket I! %,&D
    employment skills.The workshop are urged to attend. 1' Yv/II JL''V
    INC. I II
    will be held Saturday Feb. 18,at The observance of Black : FACTORY
    the RJE gymnasium from 8 a.m. History Month dates fromto

    1 p.m. Lunch will be served at February 1926 when it was launched I! = . I!
    noon. by Dr.Carter G.Woodson as
    A group of local business office a special period to recognize the ; laI <:HI.KE ; s
    will discuss job and contributionstunities : .
    personnel opporachievements n FACTORY Inc 1
    for young people,with instruction of Afro-Americans.! February ;
    since it is the month ; r
    on how to fill out job applications was selected ; 904-964-4415 I!
    prepare for interviews in which Abraham Lincoln's birthday f I! -''op.n ."n. Hwy30l S. Starke.. Fl.. ttL.Olle l! L
    ,and improve Ability skills)]. is observed. iI! : I.
    I III 41 ____

    Miss Black History Paffeant 4 PCS. CHICKEN---J4.6S HOMEMADE ONION --.44.500
    -0----- !
    $4.95 2 PORK CHOPS
    r. 12 FRIED SHRIMP----
    third annual "Miss Black "Miss Black History 1989'1-- I JUMBO HAMBURGER V LB. WITH FRENCH FRIES! -.$2.451
    to urther
    History Pageant" will be held receiving a scholarship .
    her educ1lt on.Churches $2.45 TUNA SALAD-$2.95."CHICKEN
    Saturday,Feb. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in are especially encouraged r!
    the Bradford High School to sponsor participantsfrom ICHICKEN FRIED STEAK $3.50
    auditorium. the local churches. A I

    Young ladies between the ages meeting of all interested par I WE SERVE NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
    of 14 through 18 are invited to ticipants will be held Monday,
    enter as contestants.They will be Feb. 13, at 7 p.m. at the Pine f..-a a a a a..a a a as a as as a aaa as a s air.a. aWAIT
    Street Church of God in Christ.
    Judged in the areas of Essay
    Composition Modeling, Talent, For further information please
    and Poise. contact Rev. Ross Chandler, FRESH GARDEN SEED IN STOCK
    Prizes will be awarded to each 964.7122 or Alice Hudson,
    contestant with the winner- 964-4604. WHY COUNT ON US!!

    ;it ;; FOR YOURtpftetpij1


    I Benefit Gospel SingA 4- YOU CAN FARM SUPPLY

    benefit Gospel Sing will be sponsored Funds are needed for expenses tc
    by United Citizens AgainstPollution pay lawyers and expert witnesse:! GET YOUR MONEY FAST Feed or Food For Garden Seeds
    in Union and Bradford during the administration hearini Most Any Animal Herb&Flower
    Counties starting at 7 p.m.Saturday! set for May 22 in Jacksonville when Block's Rapid Refund ProgramIt's Gates SEED Seeds
    Feb. 11,at the New River Congregational UCAP will provide evidence Iron Use H&R 'POTATOES Garden PlantsLivestock
    SR-125 i in of Environmenta income Posts &Wire
    Church the
    Methodist on Department expected federal
    Regulation files concerning allege(1 a loan against your IN Lawn & GardenChemicals
    Union County. H&R Block
    Appearing on the program will be errors made by DER and the con tax refund.Available Equipment STOCK &
    several popular gospel groups, in. suiting firm of Weston, Inc., in th e prepares your tax return or notIT'S Aquarium Supplies Fertilizers

    eluding the Randall Crawford Group site selection process. H&R BLOCK Hamsters Gerbils. Mice Pet Foods &
    of Evergreen and two groups from All persons in Bradford Unior FAST! Sole Supplies
    Cockatiels For
    Macclenny.A and Baker Counties who are oppose &
    handmade quilt will be raffled to Incineration are urged to sho\ For more details or to see if you qualify call H&R Block now. Just South of Town on Hwy. 301

    off at this time,and all proceeds will their interest by attending th 8 am-8 pm STARK 964 N. Main St. 964-8286 Open 8:30: tit 6:00: Mon.-Sat. 964-48O9
    go toward the UCAP fund to fight a Gospel Sing. S .KEYSTONE HOTS. Hwy 21 N. 473-3646
    hazardous waste Incinerator in I 8 am- pm

    Union County. ,
    The recent Awareness Day held at
    the Raiford Community Center raised
    $1200 for the fund and featured .
    several local and out-of-town
    speakers who told of the dangers of rtif,5 .q; f
    hazardous waste incineration.

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    Moody. ,' 1
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    from page IB I 'i ".
    Guard twice In deep water-once at rks
    electrical equipmentwent M ,
    when some
    out and again when he lost /

    oil pressure In an engine.
    "1 really admire those guys' skill
    and their rough water expertise .' r p
    Moody says. "They are also very
    courteous in their dealings with I -

    the public. They are a sight for strrei
    situations, I
    sore eyes in some
    can ten you that"Moody
    is also well versed in the

    operation of radar on the high
    an environment
    presents a different set of challenges -... _
    In Itself.and Is now qualified r r WE'RE UNLOADING
    t to
    ships up
    to captain
    1.20O tons in weight A YRU KLOAD OF SAVINGS
    Moody says that one of the
    areas he had I tc
    most study for the examination 198S GREW CAVALIER RS's 1987 FORD TAURUS L

    which lasted the better part of a

    day.was In navigation.
    handling of
    The steering and ,Y
    bigger vessels Is very different,
    due to the size, and deep water:
    navigation Is a challenge In the
    examination because you have

    to "do and things use the navigation old fashlonewar charts Q (i

    and celestial navigation without

    the aid of the more modern 2 Door&4 Door Models To Choose From 4. Door,Sedan

    electronic ships equipmentBigger are much nicer I In Automatic&Air Condition Automatic &Air Condition

    ,rough one way seas.and" Moody that Is stability said. "Bu In *5490e $177

    have to be able to find your
    out there with nothing
    position Instruments Justin pteisatgMgiaETaiiirgysTQMERsmmtvssimn
    but a few basic
    failure, and
    case of a systems
    Ir 9.r
    the mathematics navigation Involved can be : -I!$1NMMIIE.T > ilr :i xlapSImi

    pretty positional complex.'boat will be finIshed 1 999 _113, 599I1paFlopo 1589O =10 990

    MoOdy's new for Its maiden IM9 ttltMTOfll 'i'TT !"'3r"r'' !illspuiu011AM
    and ready U INIFi1M11.19mT!{
    middle of March 1191N a = .LT1g r .tic .$1519D ;
    Journey and will In have a crew of 10-1 M. t =1 9 13 9 o.w

    depending on the cargo. Mood IN.N@E INI3TY $T0IEYLE U lag Ii'tlfilli.l L TI N -:: 1i FU tUTIYA I

    says the crews vary quite a bit In lam M.uki..d $14.79. ..rr.,9519D r'r'" =5989
    quality and"willingness to work' -I 95 3

    but also said always had 1I1=IFIN/2 I -r -lsift>Z13ftT't,7r : I
    o wok 1 iIfWiTlitl .
    a good group t with and I 18 i...., w...' ':13 9S0 A M ik> M>:NQa-12290 : *' $9 9

    hoping for the best,with this ,*ct! s15199 nil.. id i i d>ilnli

    new set of crewmembers. I
    the big
    Moody says life on
    seas Is mostly "lust like an;:

    other day at the office".
    call he says he eve;
    The closest La
    oceai !(T Win' ,
    experienced out In the
    wooden hulle.( try, .
    came when a l r -9
    boat starting leakln g. '
    fishing A
    through the bow at several dlf "
    about 25 miles ou
    event places
    i II
    could pump
    faster than they

    our. } t t r
    The condition of the vessel II {
    I as far as safetIs
    most said
    concerned."capt. Moody
    "It pays to have
    shipshape before you ever leav

    ,the dock."


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    It's A "Read Aloud"


    Revival in Bradford

    Reading "Aloud"...

    The topic, Story Time, How to We want the read-aloud revival 4'w Bradford County Librarian Sue
    I head I Aloud to Your Children,will be stay in Bradford County said Crum. Crum, shown here reading with
    presented at ihc Kohrunry 13Paren The BCPL will start its storyhour a group of local students, will
    ting Kilucntioii:, Committee Somimir. program for toddlers and lC a special presentation on
    \ present
    Bradford ('(Jiintv Public Librarian preschoolers on Feb. 14. \ t blow to Read to Your Children"J'eb.13
    Sue 'rum' will lie I he gui'st spcnkerat As a service to.the county, the
    7 |p ID al SliirktKlementary: Adult and Community Education I
    School Program of the Bradford County r
    Mrs. ('rum wants the rend-aloud School Board will sponsor a series of
    revival to stay in Hriidfoid l County. classes at the BCPL in March on
    As she recalls the lime spent on her parenting and reading aloud-the old
    Krandmotlier's lap, listening lo a fashioned way.
    story and sharing| hugs! she knows Contact Crum at 964-6400, Charlie
    old fashioned is still the b's\ "It was Thomas 964-6150 or Laura Conti at
    ii bedtime ritual! said Mrs. Crum, 964-84'iS! for further information.
    who also has! memories of a little -
    school in North Carolina and a
    lavoriti' I leather, Mrs! Jreen. She Winn- txle-
    would chant the I 'trip-traps' of the
    Three Hilly Coats Gruff and then
    would sing 'Do the llokey Pokey and
    Turn'ourself Aroint' in fact,she is '
    the only teacher Crum said she iki5I A -
    vividly remembers i e :
    In the IHTO's! children experienceda
    'literary crisis' us books geared to ,
    lower reading levels were introduced .
    and parents bought teach-your-
    child-lo-read' kits. Teachers and
    parents had no time to read to
    children nor were they required to PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: f c1/01Ct
    do so. STARKE j?-:._ v
    This period worried many en WALNUT ST BnADIOni) SOUAflE SHOPPING CENTER--DELI PHONE 55/-5513-
    teachers' parents and librarians.
    They were afraid thai children W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
    would grow up to be non-readers.
    Unfortunately a large exlt'ntlhis NATIONAL BRANDS AT GUT
    70's fear is an no's fact, said Crum. CENTER
    How can1(' turn this trendaround

    The old? fashioned way, read to

    them Recent, urges research Crum. proves that EVERYDAY LOW PRICES CHUCK ROAST

    reading aloud is directly related to
    the concept of learning to read. Early

    rather i is par! of an integrated pro

    cess.The bonding between child and

    adult i i' I''nlralhen a story is i1- $127
    shared A lack of story reading puts
    youngsters at I a distinct disadvantage DEL MONTE
    when they reach school\ age, _

    adds For Oums remarkable results: SNAK PAKPUDDINGS HAWAIIAN IS+ O' '
    Start early and continue as a daily
    activity St'Slotnl.holll\ five minutes for little ones. Enjoy-
    ment is essential\ if a child showsno PUNCHI' LB.
    interest, just continue the session
    the next day, suggest 'rum.
    It's never too late to begin reading W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
    aloud. Keep the sessions to ten to fif- SHOULDER ROAST La $197
    teen minutes for older children who
    aren't used to listening.
    Read with enthusiasm and expres- VANILLA, $
    sion. It is easy to entice even the BUTTERSCOTCH | $139
    worst resistor with Papa Bear's ,
    growl, Mama squeak.Bear's grunt and BabyBear's CHOCOLATE or

    Find stories with unusual words BANANA 1-1-
    and rhythmic patterns.
    There has been a recent revival of :
    interest in reading-although most of 4-PK. ASEPTIC RED or -- _
    ,1us need.convincing. ... 6-CT... _
    To quote a leading educator "The PKG. KG.-: ,
    trouble with revivals has always I
    been that they arrive in town I JI-rtr b
    generate excitement and spiritual SOMETHING FOR YOUR VALENTINE I.
    renewal, then depart, leaving the
    converted to slip back to their old .





    Fight : LOW LOW
    Q ONm onte14KE
    PROLE echmontr s

    City Hall I i .o

    MFndrDilry a
    :MYTH: You can't fight City Hall."
    TKUTII: You can fight and you CAN or RED VELVET f
    win! United Citizens Against Pollu- 8-INCH SINGLE LAYER or r 5 1 a
    tion (UCAP can win this ad- HEART
    ministrative hearing to stop the pro- .
    posed Hazardous Waste Treatment CAKESEACH$388
    Facility from being built here. We
    have a very "winable" case but it
    will take support both financiallyand I i i
    Department physically of from Environmental everyone. The

    Regulation is hoping that the
    citizens of our area will give up and
    not support this battle. They have
    made a grave error and are trying to 1
    get away with the least resistance
    :MYTH: "This state-wide Hazardous ,f' '
    Waste Treatment Facility will only ; yBARBECUE tiiPERTRiM SMALL;surcRTRW LARGE,UPERTRIM
    treat the hazardous waste from the r" .t[ CHICKENS MEDIUM or EXTRA LAROCECONOMY
    State of Florida." : ; DEL MONTE POST TOASTIIS SIZE !
    99 $999
    TRUTH:: On February 1 1989 in a -'. 8ge CORN FLAKES '& HUCGIES DIAPERS ?
    public meeting held in Tallahassee a FZ $ 00 FRUIT COCKTAIL. .
    / 'LO.
    DER employee stated that this proposed R 6 ,IVIRTDAT, PRIC. iVERYDAV 1OW PRICK
    facility would not only treat __ WHITE or YELLOW
    the hazardous wastes for the state of
    Florida but would also treat some of ALL VARIETIES PAPER
    Georgia's, Louisiana's South CHE--
    Carolina's etc. In essence the entire HERRLICH VIRGINIA I TOWELS
    Southeastern states. Not only will we BAKED or DRINKS SUPS LEMD COFFEE '
    be Florida's dumping ground but HONEY CURED
    the dumping ground for other _
    VAC BAG ADC or
    CBTLS. I
    states! HAM -s ELECTRIC PERK -g'AiC
    MYTH: "Politics will win in court- '
    they have all been 'bought off." 2-LTR.. t SIZE-or.
    TRUTH: Being granted this hearingwas 7 ,
    one of our biggest steps Don't $17
    let political pressure be applied- HALF (Q REOULAM or TARTAR CONTROLTOOTHPASTE
    involved and fight for what is rl tI! LB. ALL VARIETIES o AIM $1 42
    UCAP has all the "ammunition'rwewill COCA . 4u;
    need; the proof of the flaws and

    misjudgments are documented in $-199 COLA ___ ____. LISTERINE
    the paperwork that we have obtained .VALENTINE 6 12.L$297
    t What is in black and white and CUPCAKES roll I C WEEK { MOUTHWASH .
    can be proven. will not be "bought FRESH BAKEDWENCH 2LTR95 REGULAR or ExTRA BOOT
    "We have to accept this 7 7 .
    dangerous: undesirable Industry to ITALIAN BREAD. IS. CARTOON ANY $ . ..s
    ' 1 enable our communities to grow.!" I I I
    TKUTII: We can attract clean M"SWEETHEART' $ 9 :AU nirriu..-> TAPon .abyaw i EXCEDRIN WCt$Q46
    businesses .to our area that will J'"CH' 29 COCACOLA cnL $168 I sissCHOICE( j i TABLETS r; .. PUG.
    ,I I create a positive economical effort MESSAGE COOKIE SIZE : :", ...b. CANS L------ar.eu,+us.,+a w w -.
    and will keep our environment safe.
    This undesirable hazardous waste
    1 H treatment facility is being thrust

    I II) ing upon reasons.us for some We extremely are small alarm-communities -'
    with a small number of PRICES06" 1J
    J voters (as compared to Broward, EVERYDAY LOW LOW
    Dade come"etc.residents), We have that-'i few rVable"high in to ,

    ) flee Page 138

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    February 9. 19M!> THI.KliK: \ .'111"SW11'1: : : !USMTIOX: l'iI"IIR! :
    .L __ -

    Pressure Washing" I Vo-Tech Sets Special Week of ActivitiesBy I

    Mobile Homes Residential Houses Mark Friedlln vocational programs available.The school auditorium Monday. Feb. students will be featured In the
    & Commercial BuildingsALSO BCT SUIT Writer Center Is located at 609 Or- 13 with selected vocational stu- Telegraph In next week's edi-
    The Bradford-Union Area Vo- ange Street In Starke. dents as guests and Bradford tion.
    cational-Technical Center The week's activities will In- County administrators and fac- On Tuesday. Feb. 14 classroom
    Mildew Removal highlights a week of specific clude a "klckoff1 Friday. Feb. 10 ulty serving as panelists. Stu- presentation will be made to the
    & Career Awareness activities by Inviting teachers to partici- dents at the high school are also Junior class with emphasis on
    Mobile during the American VocaMonal pate In a clean classroomshopcontest. having a Door Decoration con- career planning. Presentationswill
    Home Cool Sealing Education Week February 12- test during 1st period when they be made by Ms. Grlflls. Ms._
    Also Stain Removable for Roof Shingles 18.VoTech The following Is a list of activi- will decorate their doors with art McCloud and Mrs. Reddish.
    Reasonable Rates Center officials are ties planned for what should bea emphasizing their programarea. Classrooms and shops will be
    Inviting both parents and of special week for area students Winners will be announced judged during third period. Alsoon
    Call past and current students along both In the center and In local during 1st period Tuesday. A Tuesday John Coor
    496-2043 Days or Nights with members of the communityto schools. special breakfast Is planned for Occupational Specialist for
    visit the center and to become Seniors will attend a Career the winners. Santa Fe Community College.
    more familiar with the various Panel Discussion In the high( Two outstanding vocational will present career and degree
    programs which are available at
    IIII! !ililll """" .. I ""IIRIho.. I the college for llth and 12

    graders.McCloud will be making a pre-
    I sentation on Wednesday to En-
    Irf ) glish classes at the high school
    focusing on "First ImpressionsIn
    Job Interviews".
    PRICESTHURS.GOOD On Thursday Feb. 16 Vo-tech
    'NED. staff members will make a pre-
    FEB. 915QUANTITY,I 1989 sentation to ninth graders on
    fliGHTS "The Working World and Career
    REStP VED Trends" throughout the day.
    .. ,
    W-D --..". 5,4CO. ,- 1"C f10.M5 S.N Of MgIpA+
    "" The same presentation will be
    SPECIAL made to tenth grade students
    '' TRIMMED SI ORE Friday. Feb. 17 and academic

    W-D MILD MEDIUM' or HOT H)UR5 SUPERBRAND teachers emphasize are career being encouragedto planning in

    WHOLESMOKED 8 A.M.TIL their curricula during the week.
    WHOLE HOG 'ORANGE Also on Friday, the Typing and
    Word Processing Classes will be
    1 1 I P.M. holding a "Typathon" to raise

    HAMS SAUSAGE JUICEHALF money for the Lukemia Society.

    $ from UCAP Fights.page 12B .

    88 $117 donate large sums of money to fighta
    99 battle this size. In short we are an
    CRVOVAC easy mark for the DER and "expen-
    dable" in some politicians eyes. If
    we don't stop this incinerator from

    LB. LB. GAL. tial economically being to constructed destroy and our physically.communities it has the poten-both

    MYTH: "They cannot landfill any of
    the ash from the proposed In-
    cinerator in our landfill.
    HAMS LB. $199 BACON LB. 98 ORANGE JUICE IS GOOD ANYTIME TRUTH: If the facility deems the
    ash "neutralized and stabilized", it
    can be landfilled in almost any:
    Florida landfill. What will happen if
    SELECT: LEANBOSTON CUT AND WRAPPED FREE transportation costs escalate? The
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    .' 24-year-old Starke man was stealing money from his mother).
    .J.- sentenced in Bradford Circuit Court He was Involved in the theft of food
    Monday to serve prison time for his and other items) from the Roping
    .,-a.. part in at least seven burglaries. Club, he has stolen guns, bikes
    I IT Terry Lee Thompson of 905 money and Jan. 11 took tools valuedat
    =" Thomas St. was sentenced on five $1,700 from a garage on OrangeSt.
    ? _. counts of burglary of a structure and Much of the property has been
    dealing In stolen propery. He received recovered.
    the maximum time under Thompson, who has previouslybeen
    guidelines of 4'/4 years in the Depart- convicted for four felony
    ment of Corrections by Judge Ben- charges, said he was doing cocaine
    jamin Tench.Thompson. when he committed the crimes. Attorney
    John Stinson asked for prison
    a well known figure
    time for his client since crack was
    among law enforcement officers,
    was arrested during the past six not "as available in prison".
    months by half of the city policemenfor Other outstanding charges against
    dismissed by the
    theft in Thompson will be
    burglary, grand dealing
    stolen property, criminal mischief, state in return for his change of plea.
    thefts are
    armed robbery, aggravated assault Co-defendants in the
    with a deadly weapon and petit theft awaiting disposition by the court.

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    -. -- -- I A 16-year-old Starke boy was him," Chief Loznicka said. Loznicka
    -------- ",,. flRf rescued from a brush fire at his and three inmates went into the
    ---- -a 1 s .- home Friday.Richard blaze to find Lynd. "I will give them

    Lynd was discovered un- credit, they (the inmates) didn't
    i lff 1, I conscious by his 14-year-old brother, hestitate," he said about the prison
    Jeff, and a friend Keith Brastil, 13, firefighters.
    1// i "*?anjsg'TjEr ..""... .. .. ., after the three boys tried to douse a
    fire that suddenly sparked Feb. 3 in According to Emergency Services

    rfTj a field next to the Lynds' house, Supervisor Cliff Chapman,after suf-
    P located behind Bradford Furniture fered heat exhaustion he
    north of Starke on US-301. became overheated. Rescue
    Unable to move Lynd the two boys transported Lynd to Bradford
    ib.rst called for help. By the time Chief Hospital where he was treated and
    George Loznicka from Lawtey Cor- released.
    t rectional Institution Volunteer Fire Other units responding to the 4
    Blaze.. Department arrived the fire was p.m. fire were the forestry division,
    Thl mobile home trailer ? I 1',, just a few feet from Lynd's body. Heilbron Springs and Lawey
    burned Friday before anyone knewIt "The fire was creeping up on Volunteer Dire Department.
    was on fire.According to otvrer ir
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    the window..There was DO one
    home at the time of the fire.
    Damage U total but the structure of Report Busy Month Herecharges

    the trailer did not completely burn

    aid Well Starke firefighter The first month for the ad- drug cases). During the
    responded to the fire In the ministration of Sheriff Kenneth month deputies made one trip to
    Af Bradford Trailer Etheridge has been busy, includingthe Manatee County and two trips to
    solving of a murder. Bonifay to pick up inmates for processing
    During the month the county jail in Bradford County.
    processed 149 arrests with people According to Sheriff Etheridge.
    being arrested by deputies, 53 by the 718 papers (civil and capias Issuedby
    Starke Police Department and two the court) were served during the
    Park.'L by the Florida Highway Patrol. month.
    85 of the arrests were for misde- The department provided escorts
    meanors offenses and 42 were felony for six funeral processions.Three .
    charges.Ten prisoners were sent out drug arrests were made
    on furlow. Out of state trips were during the month resulting in a 1979
    made to South Carolina and Georgiato Audi 5000 being impounded, said
    pick up inmates on warrant Etheridge.

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