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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 16, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Worth Chief Epps Optimistic Over Outlook Starke Police Department- I I


by Buster Rahn Bill Reno and Chief Epps!: could work support of his department in gettingthe change to the city charter, approvedby additional 60 days to obtain the I
J1{ BCT Starr Writer together, following a hard fought Starke Police Department func- city voters In the primary elec- necessary educational courses.
o ting Starke Police Chief Jimmy Eppsis election campaign. Epps said Shift tioning at top level efficiency."I tion, Feb. 7. The amendment provides Qualifying dates have not been set, I
"feeling good" about the Starke Commander John Hodges is back on am overwhelmed by the show of for the chief of police to meet but are expected to be held the latter I
Police Department and the improve- the job, and there is no sign of support for our department by minimum police standards prior to part of July. The term for which
Sex, Money & Drugs... ment in morale of department animosity between among workers. everyone, both locally and at the serving as chief. That means, At- Epps, and possibly others, will be
employees.Chief The transition period is moving state level" Epps said.' torney Christopher says: that a can- running begins October 1.
Are ? Do have
single
you you Epps said a pledge of depart- smoothly, according to Chief Epps. didate may qualify without holdingthe
the for the office
questions about sex, money, drug standards During race The
educational ,
Police Standards... required
and Chief said James
mental harmony professionalism Epps T. Moore,
Telegraph was told that police stan-
and alcohol abuse, single without
parenting but he or she cannot serve
to by police of- Commissioner of Florida Attorney Darla Christopher,
marriage and/or was agreed Depart- dards expire if not maintained, and
re- .
ficers and other members of the ment of Law Enforcement (FDLE), associate to City Attorney Terence the qualifications.In
marriage? If so, then you need to department. Some observers had called and congratulated him on Brown, said the city will pass an essence, Chief Epps, whose (See EppS..P.3A)
attend the wide
ference at area the Madison singles Street con-Baptist wondered if Lt. John, Hodge, Major winning the position and offered the enabling ordinance to support the standards have expired, now has an

Church, Starke.
The one day conference will be
held Saturday, Feb. 18, hours 9
a.m. to 3 p.m., with registration DOT
beginning at 8:30: a.m. The $5 cost
includes lunch. Special music by
Indie Taylor games and
fellowship.
For further information or
registration, call Elaine at 964-7557.
Plansby

BEA Dinner...

The Bradford Education Association
"is pleased to present the
Bradford legislative delegation, the
education community and local
leaders in a discussion of mutual
concerns," says BEA President Told
George Bowen.
The BEA dinner will be held .J
Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Starke --
Woman's Club, at 7 p.m. Butter Rahn
Sen. Sherry Walker, Rep. George BCT Staff Writer
Crady and Rep. Chance Irvin are Learn to live with traffic conges-
expected to attend, and join in tion on US-301 through Starke, DOT
discussions.The District Secretary Bill Miller said in
public is invited. Tickets $8 a district-wide meeting to advise
each. CAll BEA office, ph. 9645285for Bradford County Commissioners on
reservations. planned road work. I
Miller also explained about workon

BHS Alumni Meet... 1 SR-230 and SR-16.
d DOT plans only limited road Im-
BHS alumni will meet Monday, provements in Bradford County, in
Feb. 27 in the Western Steer five
the current year plan.
Steakhouse at 6 p.m. for a dutch Miller met with Bradford Com-
treat dinner. A business meetingand missioners Maxie Carter Jr., E.L.
special guest speaker will w S. r Norman, Ross Chandler and Road
follow at 6:30: p.m. Foreman J.B. Crawford, Wednes-
All alumni and guests are Invited day, Feb. 8, in the Clay County Cour-
thouse. The meeting lasted about
15-20 minutes, since there is little
9th Grader Parents... road work planned in Bradford

Conferences will be held Monday, County.
Feb. 27 and Wednesday, March 1, .. The five year plan proposed by
with parents of BHS 9th grade ... ., u.. ": .::. ._ .", >;", .,..-. Miller was submitted to Governor
students. BHS student advisors will Bob Martinez last November, and

meet with the student and his .... tailored to fit into the Governor's
parents( ) to plan a program of budget. It will be submitted to the
study for the students 3 remaining legislature in April, "about the timeIt
years of high school. meets," said Miller.
Parents of BHS 9th graders are Opus 88, a New Singing Group at BUS...

encouraged to return the appoint- Members of the Opus '88 vocalists of the BUS Choral Department are Second row" Director Don lardy, Kim Busier, Tyler Elder, Missy Turnpike Update...
ment form distributed earlier, or (I-r>: Bosler. Miller said the proposed
call Mrs. Julie Miller, ph. 964-6800, Third row: Denise Waddell, Jeff Moody, Mike Ripplinger, Dyana Jacksonville-Tampa turnpike is
ext. 110, to make arrangements fora Crawford.In caught in a "cash crunch," with$549
conference.The the bottom row are accompanists Charlene Francis, piano: Micki Fourth row: Holly Shields Billy Harrison, Mlndy Rother. million required for rightof.way ac-
Feb. 15 deadline for return- Becker, synthesizer; Brian Canova, the lead; Josh Bula, drums, and Four members, Tyler Elder, Jeff Moody, Mike Ripplinger and Brian quisition and construction in the
ing the appointment form has been Johnny Frampton, base guitar. Canova, form a barbershop quartet. five-year plan, and only $490 million

extended. available, creating a $58.7 million

Free Tax Help... BHS Vocalists Impressive Judges SayThe shortfall."The five-year" plan may become a
Miller said.
The Bradford County Public Miller plan,
is in
Library is office ... '-' .., said "the turnpike a \
providing space
bind and the work has been tem-
for Volunteer Income Tax Bradford High School Chorus There" and John Hlg ins' "That's shop standards entitled "Goodnight, High School, Lakeland, was the solo porarily delayed, but DOT will be
Assistance (VITA) and TCE tax Department, under direction of Don What Friends are For. Ladies" and "Bill Grogan's Goat." judge. She commented that it was back in the early summer with
counseling programs and Hardy, participated in the Florida Members of the quartet are Brian difficult for her to believe that so presentations of what we propose.
volunteers.The Vocal Association's annual Solo and Members of Opus 88 are: Kim Canova, tenor; Tyler Elder, lead; much good singing and musician-- "DOT now has built a case for the
Library also has a supply of Ensemble Festival this past Friday, Bosier, Missy Bosier, Dyana Jeff Moody, baritone, and Mike Rip- ship was coming from such a small road," Miller said, in response to the
tax forms. Forms not in stock may Feb. 10, at Florida Community Col- Crawford, Tyler Elder, Billy Harrison plinger, base. town as Starke. The soloists were charge that DOT has not proved the
be ordered, using toll free phoneno. lege in Jacksonville.Out Jeff Moody, Mike Ripplinger Missy Bonier, Brian Canova, Dyana need for the road.
1800424FORM. Mindy Rother, Holly Shields, and Russell Robinson, professor of for
is
Crawford, Tyler Elder, Billy Har- Miller said, "DOT prepared
The tax assistance program will of the 11 events entered in this Denise Waddell. Opus '88 was back- music at the University of Florida, rison, Jeff Moody Mike Ripplinger, public hearings on the project, and
be held each Wednesday, 1-4 p.m., year's festival, nine were given a ed up by four instrumentalists: was the judge. Holly Shields, and Denise Waddell. will do a complete job.'
from Feb. 8 through April 12. superior rating, the highest possible, Charlene Francis, piano; Micki After the quartet completed its Accompanying these studentswere
and two received an excellent Becker, synthesizer; Johnny performance Mr. Robinson stood up Kim Bosier, Charlene Francis, SR-16 Plans...
Chamber Mixer... rating, second highest. Frampton, base guitar, and Josh and said, "Gentlemen, I'm impressed Julia Ripplinger, Cindy Canova Sex- The widening of SR-16 is under
The Starke-Bradford Chamber of Bula, drums.A and I'm not easily impressed. ton and Carole Stephenson. Equipment way, from Starke city limits to I
88 (the BHS vocal
Commerce Business After Hours Opus ensem- for the trip were to the
the entrance
managers CR-225
Nine soloists also near
ble) received newly formed barber participated,
for
a superior rating shop
Shane Greene and
be David Canova
Mixer will held this month on ,
prison property.
its of Ed also received seven earning a superior rating.
performance Loieski's arrangement quartet a superiror
Feb. 28 in the China Smith. Federal Aid
Tuesday Coley Since DOT is using
Elsea Durrence from Kathleen
) of "Somewhere Out rating for its rendition of two barber- ,
Garden Restaurant (formerly road is being brought up I
Garden Restaurant). to feral standards, which call for
Mrs. Showmay Chern requeststhat surfacing 24 feet wide. Culverts have
all Chamber members attend. Erin Wilkinson is Spelling: Champion been widened to accomodate the ad-
Door prizes will be awarded. ditional two feet on either side of the
... '-" ... existing hard surface and work
Crime Watch... Erin Wilkinson, an eighth grader Words correctly spelled were LCS: Theresa Juchniewicz, cham- should be completed in this fiscal I
Bradford Middle School is the
from ,
Concerned Citizens of Lawtey interested zodiac, hooves, heroic, experiment, pion 8th grade, and Shannon year.The.
in forming a crime watch new county spelling' bee champion. pasture, tobacco, snobbery, sales Patrick! runner-up, 7th grade. five year plan provides for the
In the
invited to meet at the Runner-up county-wide clerk river bank maroon, remainder of the road, from CR225to
glimpse, ,
area are and
spelling bee is Theresa Juchmewicz, SE: Temika Berry,champion, the Union County line to be widened -
Lawtey Elementary School eighth grader from Lawtey Com- tendon, scrubbing, uncle, enjoyable, Dante Johnson, runner-up. Both are resurfaced
an in the
and following
Feb. 17 at 7:30 kite vacation land flourish,
Cafeteria, Friday, : munity School. The two dueled for flying, 5th graders.SS .
fiscal 198990.Commissioner
seven rounds before Miss dangle, appealed, gossip, putrid, : Troyls Etchison, champion, year Carter asked if the
p.m.Vo Juchniewicz mispelled "lesion" swelter, buttermilk, climber, and Steven Haynes, runner-up. Both is related to the I
Tech Classes... by welfare, discuss, design, relaxed, work on SR-16 proposed
inserting the letter A into the word, are 5th graders. hazardous waste site on
The Bradford Vo Tech will be of- spelling it"leasion." Miss Wilkinson piecemeal, factual, priority, BMS: Vincent Bernard Johnson, SR-121, 3 miles north of Raiford?
fering the following Community then correctly spelled "lesion" and triumph, bizarre, ration, boycott, champion, and Erin Wilkinson, Miller said the claim is totally un- i
Eductional Courses. Pre- "atomic" to win the bee in its 15th radioactive, and frequency. runner-up. Both are 8th graders. founded. Plans for improving the
registeration is required for all round. Pronouncer for the district bee road were laid long before anyone
classes. Please call 964-6800, ext. Erin Wilkinson is the daughter of After two practice rounds, the was Terry Vaughn of WEAG radio. thought of locating a hazardous
122 for further information. Sheila and Wayne Wilkinson, and the words quickly became difficult. Thecounty's Judges were Olivia Scott, BHS waste plant in the area. j
Begin Flower Arranging, 2/21 sister of Lisa Blalock, the 1982 county top spellers went out on media center director; Ruth Johns, The five-year plan provides for 8
such words as: doctrine, hacked,
thru 4/4. spelling bee champion. senior vice-president of the Florida railroad corridor and signal
Advance Flower Arranging 2/23 Theresa, the runner-up Is the harzardous, taxation, phonics, National Bank at Starke, and Len upgrades to be undertaken I la fiscal I
thru 4/8. wonderous, and soybean. Schlofman, Starke optometrist and
daughter of Debra and Peter year 1989-90, and two crosssings
Computers for beginners, 2/27 Juchniewicz of Lawtey. Bradford school board member. u gradedL
thru 3/20 Vincent Bernard Johnson, the Participants in the district bee District coordinator is Administrator The corridor and signal upgradesare ,
Basic Auto Repair, sometime in BMS spelling bee champion, hung in were: Burney Winkler, the to be located at rail crossings:
for six rounds, before spelling[ BE: Matthugh Crosby, champion, district curriculum coordinator. Adkins St.
Feb.Basic Home Maintenance, "abandonment." Steven Haynes, and Kepi Griffis, runner-up; both Supt. Jim Duncan welcomed the Call St.
sometine in Feb.Upcoming. the runner-up at Southslde Elementary 5th graders.HE group, telling the students it is all St.
stayed in the bee for six rounds Erin WIlklnlon'County : Tracey McCullough, cham- right to smile in the school ad- South St.'Jackson. f fMadison

... before mlspelling "mortar;" he Spelling Champion pion, and Jennifer Darley, runner-' (See Erin... .3A) St.
Both sixth
"morter." up. are graders. Carter Road Lawtey.
scheduled In the spelled ,
Public meetings *
... Lawtey.
100 Avenue,
coming Starke weeks City are Council: meets Tuesday Jim Bryant Nominated to Fill 'Vacant Brooker Council ,SeatIng NE Alexander 50th St.Road.

Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m., in City ., Bradford CC.Improvements. ,

Hal. Buster Rahn ment by the mayor; ing appointed and sworn In during the election, since there would be to the Orange St.
Starke Zoning Board will meet by Mayor Hamilton,who does not at- the March meeting. no names on the ballot, and no other. crossing Is included in the. 1990-81
Thursday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m., in City BCT Staff Writer Issues to be decided. .
Jim Bryant will likely be named to tend council meetings on a regular Bryant has lived In Brooker for the plan.
Bradford Board seat 9 since basis and Jim Bryant came to the past 19 years, and works for the ,City Clerk Charlene Thomas
School Brooker Council no. ,
fill
County Election Supervisor Neva CR-230 Plans...
of the he recommended to the council meeting with the expectation of fill Alachua County Road Department.A reported .1 i
second
meeting was
will hold Feb. 27, in Ad- by Mayor Blake Hamilton in the ing the position immediately, but City city election was scheduled for Flynn as saying the appointmentcan DOT agreed to turn SR-230:! to over -._
month Monday,
mininstation Building on N. Temple regular meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14. Attorney Johnny Hobbs said a* Tuesday Feb. 14 to fill two council fill the unexpired term relieving to Bradford County and the segment
The seat will become vacant upon vacancy does not exist at this time, positions, held by Councllwoman the town of holding a special in the city to Starke. '
Ave Bradford County Zoning Board the expiration of the C.J. Stalnaker since the Stalnaker term will con- Sue Davis and Coucnilman C.J. election. Last year, Brooker's qualifying SR-230 begins at US-301. and runs
tinue until March: 1.While other candidates Stalnaker. Davis qualified without dates were. set for the last
Feb. 28 at 7 ;, Neither Stalnakernor
meets Tuesday, p.m term, March 1.
surface In the interim, opposition and no one qualified for week in Decem r.
may
else for the DOT..P.3A I
Starke Hall. qualified (See )
in City anyone
B seat, paving the way for an appoint-, Bryant was virtually assured of be- the second seat, effectively cancell- .(See Brooker...P.8AI


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I Lawtey Mayor Rosier Questions Legality of Grant Spending Outside City I

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by Buster Rahn standard of interest accruing from the bank ell's recommendations will be Special Pay... Trash Pick-up...
BCT Staff Writer "Where a family lives cannot be account, making him eligible for the available tomorrow (Tuesday, Feb. Mayor Rosier said he was told by Trash pick-up will begin again for
Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier was dictated. They can go anywhere the program. 7), but the five cases were not votedon Lit Phillips foreman for the on a biweeklybtsfc
utility
surprised and somewhat angered money will take them. They qualify Jones said he had met with the during the open meeting. The city, that he (Lit) receives regularpay ,beginning Thursday, Feb. rf,
Monday, Feb. 8. to find that grant where they live, they can build Lawtey Citizen's Task Force prior to council must now call a special plus another day's for time and continuing every other Thursday -
funds were used in a prior Community anywhere. You must allow freedomof the council meeting, reviewing meeting to consider the five cases or working outside the city pay limits. as long as the trash can be haul-
Development Block Grant movement, you cannot restrict guidelines for demolishing houses hold them over to the March Commissioner Laura Harris said ed to the Lawtey dump.
(CDBG) to build house outside where build inside or: outside And !\ families. said Johnny Hobbs
a city they relocating Jones meeting,otherwise it will be in viola- Lit Is mistaken. She said the council City Attorney
limits. the city limits," Jones said. the guidelines arc similar to those of tion of Florida's Sunshine Law. recommended hauling be restrictedto
voted Water
to
When the council opened its Mayor Rosier said, "I don't ,agree prior years, but there have been pay time and half Department time for the local dump for the time being
meeting, Mayor Rosier questioned with that. The Lawtey Grant shouldbe some changes in minimum square Helping Hand... work employees outside the limits. and re-assessed when the tri-county
Errol B. Jones, projects named the Northeast Florida foot city opened.
manager requirements. Mayor Rosier expressed his ap- No explanation was given for landfill is
for Grant Administrator Fred Fox, Grant." Mayor Rosier said, "I thought we I
preciation to Bill Weldon,director of workers to draw Increased for
about the legality of spending city Jones replied, "AH you do is would have a new board." power resources for Starke, and to working outside the city. pay Ben Atkinson, a new resident and
grant funds outside the city limits, qualify the family, based on where Jones replied, "You can appoint a the city, for replacing a pole and landowner in the city, asked about
and more specifically, why it was they live." Grant rules provide for new board at any time. It is your repairing a traffic light for Lawtey. Commissioner Buster Bennett, hauling large amounts of debris, and
done with a prior grant? the family to live in the target area prerogative to name new board The light, at the intersection of who said he does not remember the was told by Mayor Rosier "We'renot
Jones told the council that once a to be eligible for consideration.Jones members at your pleasure. CR-225 and CR-200A was damagedby council giving a pay increase for in the land clearing business.
family, living within a target area, told of an applicant living In Jones said the task force selected a log truck. such work, initiated a motion to pay Trash hauling Is designed to handle
has been approved for a new home, West Florida that had $65,000 in the five cases for approval of improved Mayor Rosier said a Lake City overtime only after a worker has put dead limbs and yard trash only."
it can elect to have a home built bank, and was ruled eligible for a housing by the city council, saying firm wanted $400 to bring equipmentto in 40 hours, regardless of the job Atkinson asked about getting
anywhere from Lawtey to Tim- new home, built with grant funds. the sooner approved, the sooner Lawtey, then $65 per hour to do site. Police officers were exempt drainage ditches opened, and was :
bucktu, providing the alloted funds The court ruled the applicant's income work can begin. the work, bringing the total cost of from the motion. referred to Commissioner Emmett
will build a house meeting minimum was restricted to the amount Mayor Rosier told Jones the coun- repairs to $1.000 or more.. The motion passed 4-0. Bright, who chairs the committee. I


. Bradford Hi-O Team Runs Out of Steam in Ghamnionshin i vs. Interlachan HighThe -


BHS Tornado High-Q varsity 24 at Interlachen.The Krack 20 of 31, and Sophomore ing runs; each team was drained Blom, Kevin Krack and Michael ing 4 of the first 5 toss-up questions
academic team used scoring runs in JV, as reported earlier, has Michael Becker, 10 of 17. Overall, when it was all over. Becker made an attempt to close the in the half, but they could not con-
the first and semi-final rounds of the already qualified. the team was 28 of 56 on bonus ques-: BHS took a quick 30-0 lead, but fell gap early in the second half, answervert. : the bonus questions
North Florida High-Q Conference's According to Coach Stanley tions. However, almost half the correct prey to a 45-5 Blue Wave run. The
Central Division Tournament, but Crawford, "the key to winning these bonus responses were made in Tornadoes responded to the
ran out of steam in the champion- academic competitions is answeringa the semi-final match with Clay. The challenge by regaining the lead with
ship game versus the tournamenthost large percentage of bonus ques- substitutes were 2 for 4 on toss-up a 30-10 spurt. Then, midway In the AUTHORIZEDt1f
the Interlachen Rams last tions. Against Flagler, the team questions. first half, Clay High fashioned a 59 \ JBJ TERMITE AND P. ST
Tuesday, Feb. 14. was only 8 of 22 on bonus questions, point run that was unanswered until = /r 11 } CONTROL
The varsity academicians used a but BHS was clearly seminal BUS 182 Flagler 104 Kevin Krack broke the Tornado
61-4 first-half run to oust Flagler team. The Clay-Bradford The Tornadoes opened against scoring drought. Krack's correct
Palm Coast 155-109 in the first roundof match up was a test of two teams of Flagler with a 61-4 run and posted a responses ignited the team to a 90-5
the tournament. In what was easi- equal strength; but, the varsity was 91-39 half time lead on their way to a run to give the Torandoes a lead of ((1) $250,000.00 TERMITE PROTECTION
ly the most exciting match of the 12-18 for the game on bonuses, 1011in first round victory.The 155-109 at the half.
day, BHS defeated Clay High 204180in the first half when the outcomewas varsity was only 8 of 22 on Coach Stanley Crawford had high (2) ONCE A YEAR PEST CONTROL
the semi-final match by respon- in doubt. In the championshipgame bonus questions, but every starter praise for the spirit shown by his I
ding to Blue Wave scoring bursts Interlachen beat Bradford to scored on a toss-up question. Kevin squad. He related that "in other FULLY GUARANTEEDMake
with even more Impressive runs. the buzzer only 8 times on toss-up Krack was 9-13 and Shawna Blom years, and even at times this year, I
Bradford, who fell behind 74-5 to questions in the match; but, the was 6-8 In the match. the academic team has wilted under home bug-free for.the holidays '
Interlachen in the championshipgame Rams parlayed that into 10 extra the pressure created by scoring runs your
could not duplicate those ear bonus questions difference of 140 BUS 204 Clay 180 of opposing teams. But in this tour- before the guests arrive! ,
ly successes and had to settle for se- points! Coach Crawford said "the The semi-final match between the nament, they never quit." Kevin 1
cond place with a loss to the Rams differential in bonus percentage (50 Tornadoes and the Blue Wave of Krack was 6 for 10 and Shawna Blom For the best protection anywhere, no one treats your homelike
by 296-161 count. percent for Bradford to 75 percent was 9 for 18.Interlachen.
Clay County was absolutely the best Sears.
The varsity awaits word on the For Interlachen) clearly was the keyto
match of the day, said Coach
296 BUS 161
"luck of the draw" for the sixth and the loss in the championship. Crawford. -
final t in the 6 team conference The key players in the 3-game Each team took turns in the lead; The championship was marked by Offthe
playoff which will also be held Feb. outing for the varsity were Captain each team posted momentous scor- 296 points scored by Interlachen, $25' regular price of Sears' onceayearpest
Shawna Blon 21 of 38; Junior Kevin their best point production of the
season. control with this coupon

The Tornadoes dug themselves a
[ WorthNoting hole, falling behind 74-5. But the -FREE TERMITE &PEST INSPECTIONS
team never quit, closing within 17
ALL SILVER points at one time. The Rams wenton GAINESVILLE OUT OF TOWN, .
a 75 point run to finish the first 377-0036: CALL COLLECT .A-VJ
half with a 149-57 lead. Shawna __

REFLATINGREDUCED "t f'N i S78rIt1UC I pI1 11Q IOIAQLiTJI I!' RRt 1 iS'JII 111.'EhJIIIK I
In Emergency...
; i .
County residents with 485, 468 or

496 telephone prefixes may call % WE'RE ALWAYS
either of two numbers, 376-1502 or 25 AT *VG ij %
377-5122, in emergency situations, CHOPPING PRICES!
toll free, day or night. In daytime No charge for straightening
working hours the call will go into
the courthouse switchboard, at DURING FEBRUARY ONLY.
night the calls go to the county jail. _
Jurors should call 964-6280 if localto 'LITea 98 A
Starke or 375-0209 if in 485, 475 or MBE t

,.468 areas. / ,'v1ANDV E EC7ACUlAa E
-0'' ''i o I tir' n .- ltta'IN ,. "R F? to',
'Unemployed..? ulo t7 -aa.4,95 Prices Begin 'hurs.M .

Unemployed persons meeting z02-95 I Feb. 16th. Thru
certain criteria may be eligible for t e
the dislocated worker program, LOND+,N -' Wed Feb. 22nd.
under the Job Training PartnershipAct. GIXr is _
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Call Marlon Ivey at ((904) 7580433In ..r PLANTERSRQNR1CO
Lake City for further Informa- ch
tion. Ivey works for a state agency, e'v .SPANISHit
Job Service of Florida, a subdivi- 2UD ,Q. 7 PEANUTS --- -
sion of Florida Dept. of Labor. oa I r
i uNn ,. .E 9 .TAVERNII5oz
Free Day Care... ova 1gEy8 ants NUTS .

Day care Is available for 3 and 4 r w I -' ....""?. SWEET*A?. ,--

year olds, whose families qualify. 1 a., :;:'..:;:,... CRUNCHY '

County Contact School Robin Board Lee at Office the Bradford, ph. Make YOUR old Silver look like NEW! ( illtn t :ffUP oralEE fACI 1.99 .SoootN........Cn.daot

964-6800. Every Item Replated at Sale PricesThis E8CI1 B9

Class of 1987...
Is an excellent lime to take For Instance eE
Class of 1987 will hold an Impor- advansge of these low,low prices Sile! f
tant meeting in the BHS Library to have your worn silverware, Article Rrg Price I 1 a s r t FI RN lA&A / \

Sunday, Feb. 19 at 2:30: p.m., to antiques and family heirlooms leapot or Coffeepot . 111895 18921 LORDCALVERT Pinch
discuss the dedication of a Library replaced like new. These piecesare Lord of the lie
Crtamer .. . . 62.95 47.21
Call Chuck Coburn, ph.
computer. now more valuable than ever Coolers I \
964-3065 or Gladys Thomas, ph. and make wonderful gins.All Candlestick (per In) 695 5 21 ac..e 12"M

964-6507. work HEAVILY SILVEIPUTED by Sugar Bowl ... .. .. .. 68 9J 51.71 77.1.' i a oz. BTLa. f
skilled silversmiths and Sale cv w
RJE Class of 1969... our prices apply to All pieces. Thlys (per sq. In) .. .55 .41 Windsor z'0' DEWARS CbminCabmin Blanc
venue Later
Meeting set for Sunday, Feb. 26 Canadian .h
nrNnNIM .
at Kelly's Nite Limit, at 7 p.m. Call FULL 25 YEAR WARRANTY on all silver replatfng. M.n1.t, : .pu
Billbo, ph. 782-3130 and let him CAB LtrElt P jE 1195 ::5 2.89
know your plans to attend the reu- REPAIR POLICY: ot'' II 699

nion. FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening on all Items we silverplate. lira a 7 _-

Free Seminar... ONLY 124 50 FOR ALL SOLDERING WAIlS on any piece we sllveiplile.Includes : I yl UTf1ERy ao raru.vucTtr
A turkey hunting seminar, sponsored -' soldering broken handles, legs, knobs etc.(Only exceptions are for furnishing
by the Camp Blanding Rod new parts and unusually difficult repairs)
and Gun Club, will be held Friday, -
Feb. 24 in the CAmp Blanding Ar- eASe t.7E w//tslttrv tsret 14 9 oh B
sE.as
CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY &
mory, at 7:30 p.m. 1199 y }'ou
Come hear the latest on calling, GIFT GALLERY "'a "t' "'ES s RAYNAL
camo and safety tips. Other topicsto 'WGtt Cjo6ctI
be discussed are gun loads, patterning 104 W. Call St. 064-727 Kl1{7IJf'Iri V.S.OP.NAnntON: .

your shotgun, and much I JtJV 0 7sssa. .n,,,. -
fl cASe! t.
more. There will be free handoutsand SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28. 01' .a
Lamar Williams CA9t uru 799
door
prizes. Call Sterling Silver repairs at regular low prlces..Ask for FREE estimate. to EeNo.
will be the guest speaker. ph. 699as

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PUBLIC NOTICEPUBLIC ;
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WORKSHOP: Regarding County Ordinance #70-2 I -..,_...,-a. .-<.-......-_ acre M1lMe. ra. [.
.OD. UUTIII
to Animal Industry rJ'r":: I tmII.
Relating Q WHIR
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APPLICATION: This ordinance shall apply In all TAYLOR l
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C .ewaaes
unincorporated areas of the county to all feed lots kennels -.. '--
LOWENBRAU A-
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barns and buildings In which animals are bred, raised or ....,.,LM.r aaa A.o twr C c.... B" ) ;:;:- rJ"r
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housed either temporarily intermittently or permanently. .Mw tA.!
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PURPOSE: To seek public Input In updating'minimum Il.le! =_Mo _.U:101
sanitation standards for this ordinance. ."V .a.a ciilf// -

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DATE: Monday; February 20, 1989 -7:30: p.m. ,


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Johnson BMS
WinnerBernard Introducing Meridian Norstar

Johnson spelled Wilkinson,the daughter of Mr. and
U "zealous", then "messenger" correctly Mrs. E.W. Wilkinson of Starke, from Northern Telecom.
p to take first place In the Brad spelled words like "unique", "ten
r ford Middle School Spelling Bee and tative", "afield" and "lifeguard"
represented his school In the Countywide before missing "weird" and giving It's Changed the Face of Key
Bee Feb. 15. Johson his chance at first place.
Johnson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Other competitors in the Bee Included System Performance.Enjoy
Paul Johnson of Starke, went down : Candy Sluchak, Cara .
to the wire with runner-up Erin Hamilton, Elise Sistrunk, Melanie
Wilkinson through eight additional Jeter Kristina Vrastil, LouicPellicltio the smartest
rounds after the other competitors Kim Gross and Buena of
features
had dropped out. Brewton. array ever erocr
I "'. available in a key system 000 0
I Bernard Johnson Erin Wllkln.'on Features you can't oo

_._Champion Speller at SMSMatthugh Runner-Up SpolUr at BAAS Crosby Wins at DES get anywhere else Like

I a digital terminal with a n o v o
dual language English

-A. Mathugh Crosby spelled "myths", cond place finisher Kelli GI'iffis in and Spanish liquid crys-
then"archery"correctly to win first four head-to-head rounds before he tal display that
place in the Brooker Elementary could claim the top spot. prompts _
w. Spelling Bee.Crosby Griffis, the daughter of Kathy and you on how to use
the son of Susan and Hugh Danny Griffis of Brooker, spelled more than 70 features
i Crosby of Brooker, represented his "bandstand" but missed"myths" in
The
school at the County-wide Spelling the final round after she and Crosby modular construction of the Meridian IMorstar
Bee Wednesday.Crosby were the only two competitors remaining makes it easy for you to add lines or features to meet the
had to battle it out with se- changing needs of your business.

And it's so simple to nsc-i! Yet) it delivers advanced tele-

Strawberry Pageant Signup communications features thdt other systems don't provide

Unique features such as Dial by-Name Directory and cus-

I ... lKf27t/i Annual Bradford County Straw6erry"Pageant is set for tomized software parkiirjos are currently under develop-

I Crosby K.III Griffis---I ApritS, 1989 in the 'lJra for ':HiOr..School'Auditorium. ment for specific business applications. They will help you

Champion SpolUr at BE Runnor-Up Ladies ages 16-21:pickup your appRcations and rules fromMitclieffs to manage your office, increasing productivity.Give .
us a call today and find out more about the most
Drugs in tariff !!pal
capable, simple to use, and affordjble key system we
DOT. 'DeadCine for entries is!March 10th. Iht pageant is sponsored 6y the know of. Meridian Norstar

I Junior"Moan's: Club of Stark.Need .

from pap 1A said Stai'ke is a traffic bottleneck on
east the US-301, but he sees no help in the Self-pt' .irr {
to Clay County line, 3.8 otiF ? F Accessrtt
miles. Iifeide limits near future. : [ 1 l[ ]
known as Call city St. The ,agreement SR-230 Is The rail crossing on US-301S an Electrician? I II

provides for DOT to put the road in creates a traffic problem for which I
good condition prior to turning it there is no reasonable solution. DAN
!: call WAINWRIGHT
over to local governments, or give There isn't room for an overpass, ,
them the money to do so. without destroying business property
The five-year plan {provides for fronting the road. f' 964-2236 CENfEL
Miller said his
experience with
planning and engineering work in
FY 1991-92 and routes around a town doesn't solve f I Contact your local Cenlel representative
renovation .
costingan 36 Years All
for Experience Types 878 4800
estimated $600,000 to be done in problems very long, since ,
FY 1992-93. business will follow the traffic, and f Electrical Work Single and 3 Phase nmrhorntolocum'
Current the new road will soon be clogged. norsarNorthern
plans provide for SR230to
be turned over to local govern- "It looks as if the people of Starke Reasonably Priced Work I II
ments when the work is completed. will have to learn to live with heavy Telecom
I
In the meantime, Miller said,DOT traffic on US-301, Miller said. .
owes Starke for Call St. resurfacing --
during the downtown renovation lie
did not say when the city. will be
paid.

Bottleneck... tl.ST .
Following the presentation, Miller




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candidates have to begin anew for
the 520 hour course. BUY
Chief Epps said FDLE has In- 1988 '
dicated there is possibility he may 89 FORD LTDROWIi' 1988 RANGER XLT'
be required to obtain only 80 hours -
update'on his BUMtyrdsvfrittTthett P .- ;RANGER VICTORIA, ( Air Condo Chroma Step bumper. -
AM & FM Stereo w/Casn/Clock Tach
his studies
majority or police
i g) acceptedJf so, prior it wul;l substantially \ .Several.... to Zs fa li&tflKfcWtt ,f Sliding Roar Window KWL*TiresXLT ..
reduce the time spent liTpursuit of 1 -.a. I From"" *"' J..olld"da::FordM M20'I"7'1'>; 'I"' Trim ,:
police qualifications. Ford Discount 81\0.00
In any event, police standards are TEKWILLEOAK1)ISCOUNJL22
being offered by Lake City Community .$ ,S 8531
College Santa Fe Community
College! and one or two other YOU PAY ONLY
places within driving distance. Chief
Epps said he has not made a firm *
decision where he will get the training 16,871
but he believes courses in threesubjects
criminal law, traffic and
firearms be required. /
Union Correctional Institution hasa .. '
firing range that meets qualifying *Net after rebate plus tax,tag&title]
specifications. Chief Epps said both +_ i and$39.50 service chnrge'l!:, .
he and other department employeeswill

utilize the facility. ', I
Attorney Brown says there is no
problem with Chief Epps attending
classes while holding the chief of

police position.Erin.. 1988 12ESCORT
1988 TEMPO GL 4-DR.

Special Vahi Pk,. Air Condo LX
.
Power Lock Group Tilt Wheel Speed
Control AMIFM Stereo W/Cau 2 Door
from page 1Aministration
1988 FESTTVA. Air Conditioned Luxury
building, putting the $ Wheel Covers Dual Electric
students more at ease.Supt.Duncan PLUS 8 3 9 5 Mirrors I/ight/Security Rear
also presented the awards. Wall pla- Window Defroster Overhead

ques runner-up.went to the Certificates district championand were Clear Coat Paint 4-Spoed Manual Con olelClock AM/FM Stereo725R

presented to the remainder of the aneaxl. Air Conditional
school spelling champions and
*
runners-up. $
.
The Bradford champion advancesto 636
the Regional Spelling Bee set
April 8 in Jacksonville. The regional
winner will advance to the National
Spelling Bee In Washington, D.C. In
May.Sponsoring.
the local bee is The
Florida Times-Union.

'87 Wagoneer 1988 Toyota '84 Mercedes 1986 '84 Ford F150 1977 F600

OrganizationalMeetings 4 Dr.. 4x4 Lfmited. Corolla SR 5 Loaded & Clean &cart Sharp Truck!
Set Good Work Truck
Loaded, Extra Clean Low Miles Air Nice Car

For Organizational Softball meetings are set $ 14,995 Loaded ,495 $12,995_ $ 5,195 $5,995 $2,995'

Feb. 20 and March 27 for the 1989
Softball season sponsored by the '87 Crown 1985 Nissan 1986 Ford '86 Olds 1985 F250 '87 F350 C&C
Starke Recreation Department.Cards .
'
Victoria XLT Cutlass Diesel
300 ZX Good Work Truck
roster forms, league rules Extra Clean Nicest Truck in Town 4 Door Clean 4x4 Loaded! '
and will be handed out at the Feb.:20! ,

league meeting.fees Discussions and possible will be starting held on $1O,995 Loaded $8895 $9,995 $ $6495 SAVE $10 495 1

dates.
'88 Crown Vic. '87 Chevy 8-10 '86 Aerostar '87 Aerostar 1984 F150 '87 Bronco II

March'27 Is the final date for a Low Miles Loaded Nice Truck Fully Equipped Loaded 4x4 Auto, Air,Loaded
team to enter the league. League ONLY ONLY ONLY ONLY

fees Any ASA,should due new dates Information be,available etc.will be then.concerning finalized. $,12 995 $7,995 __$ 7,495 $10,495 AAir_ $4,495 $10,495



If unable to attend, please send a
representative or call the Recrea- '

.tion Department, 964-6792, to Inform Motors
In the Terwillegar
,:. of league.the Interest In participating I,


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964-72OO 473-FORD
I Monday Feb. 20: meet In the Rec 371-1096 388-FORD 4
", Department (the old armory across Starke Keystone Hgts
,::, from the high school). omen'. Gainesville Jacksonville, '
r League, 7 p.m.; Men and Men's 209 W. Madison State Road 21
.. Church League, 7:30 p.m.
:: :' .I,.March 27:.same place,same time. TEFW1LLEGAR ifcOfctt 5'I ft. $







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ebiTORiALS) Young Doctor Mudd Paid High Price



For John Wilkes BoothFebruary
: '""' Friendship of




II Museum was chosen as Black History
World War Month in part because February 12 is the
birthdate of President Abraham Lincoln ScheduleOf
who signed the Emancipation Proclamation -
Will Attract Tourists to AreaPlans abolishing slavery after the Civil War.

Lincoln was assassinated by an actor,
John Wilkes Booth,on April 14,1865,an act _
that caused an innocent doctor, Samuel
for the development of a World Mudd to spend four years of his lifelanguishing EventsThe
have saved over the The first
we years.
In
prison at Fort Jefferson In
War
II Museum Park
and Memorial at
floor of the museum, located in the .the Dry Tortugas at the southern tip of Bradford County Library
Camp Blanding opens up new oppor- remodeled "guest house" near the is observing Black History Monthin
tunities for Starke to take advantage of Blanding main entrance, will be used to February with a display of col-
and capitalize on the increased tourist exhibit mannequins wearing World WarII orful flags from African nations,
traffic that the Blandin attractions will and a display of 50 or more books
uniforms also military posters jjj
; gj
by well-known black writers of
undoubtedly to this
bring area.
flags, arms, equipment, and other prose and poetry.Another .
Blanding is already a focal point for memorabilia to help tell the story of feature of Black

many of the thousands of servicemenwho Camp Blanding, which was the nation's History Month will be a workshopfor
trained there during World War II. young high school students The workshop is being sponsored
largest Infantry Replacement Training between the ages of 14 and 18 by the Bradford NAACP, and all
On Florida
vacations and visits to they
Center during the war. The upstairs of years to help improve their students In the 14-18 age bracket
will want to return to the sandhills and the building will contain a top quality employment skills. workshop are urged to attend.

scrub pine thickets and bring their World War II library, and classrooms.A will be held Saturday, Feb. 18,at The observance of Black
wives and children to show them what the RJE gymnasium from 8 a.m. History Month dates fromto
Army life was like almost half a century monument commemorating the 160 1 p.m. Lunch will be served at February 1926 when it was launched -
Florida National Guardsmen who died noon. by Dr.Carter G.Woodson as
A group of local business office a special period to recognize the
ago.Starke World War II will be placed in
during and contributions
with its location on U.S. 301, personnel will discuss Job opporacliievements
the Florida Regimental Memorial of Afro-Americans. February
tunities for ,with In-
will be the entrance gate to Blanding for young people is the month
selected since it
Garden which will also contain a foun- struction on how to fill out job ap- was
of these visitors and we should in which Abraham Lincoln's blr.vlews.ana
many tain and flagpole. There will be \ plications prepare for Inter
start making plans now for entertainingthese monuments a lighted commemorating each ma- -. \ ,.\ ; Improve ability skills.thday.. is observed.

"returnees" on their overnight jor Florida guard unit that answeredthe Dr. Samuel Mudd
stopovers. This should prove to be a World War
call to the colors during
source of revenue for our motels and II. Florida near Key West. It also caused the
restaurants. death by hanging of an innocent boarding

Tourism is a major source of revenuein The Memorial Park will feature large house keeper Mary Suratt, who was un- N aV;' }: SATDBD.4X .}j APKIL; 15.-.J865..
Florida and Starke should be displays of artillery, armor, aviation, justly accused of being in on the plot to
and vehicles surrounding a lagoon assassinate Lincoln. John Wilkes Booth ..
'
prepared to share in this new income. .'
also .
and killed
was captured for shooting ii. : : _.
The Blanding Museum and Park will be complete with water spray. The the President during a theatrical perfor- ,- -
dedicated on November 25, 1990, the western edge of the park will be reserv- mance at Ford's Theatre in Washington.But '. ; -

50th anniversary of the Florida National ed for a visitor day-use picnic area. to return to the tragic story of Dr. -

Guard's mobilization for active duty in The Camp Blanding Museum and Mudd as told by Charlie Patton in a recent

World War II. An attractive sign shouldbe Historical Association has been organized issue of the Florida Times Union:

placed at the entrance to Call Street to provide volunteer and other ser- Booth escaped from the theatre after the '" "

from U.S. 301, advertising the Camp vices for the museum. It will include rived assassination.at Dr. Mudd's The next home day in,southeastern two men ar- > ::.::.

Blandin attractions. Visitors could both military and civilian personnel and Maryland. One of them was suffering witha

stop for information, food, and refresh- is open to anyone with an interest in this broken leg (Booth had made his escape ..i.-':..: .", '.:. -
ment in the downtown district and then project. by jumping from the President's box onto .' .'
the stage). The young doctor, 31, set
continue east State Roads 230 and 16 age I
on
Those who would like to take part in .
the injured man's leg and provided him .....
to Blanding. Attractive signs should developing this museum, which will be with a razor to shave off his mustache, a -, -
also be placed along 301,16 and 100 call- the only one in the U.S.A. devoted en- bed to spend the night in, and directions to r.. '.

ing attention to Camp Blanding.In tirely to the World War II period, may make his way through a nearby swamp. ..'

the meanwhile, we can assist in the make a tax exempt contribution by fill- There is evidence that Dr. Mudd was ac- .

museum development by donating to ing out and mailing the coupon printed quainted made to with authorities Booth,and in the some days statementshe after the ,

the museum any World War II artifacts below: assassination contained minor incon-

sistencies that put him in a bad light. On
circumstantial evidence, he was placed on
trial and convicted of having helped Boothin
APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP the assassination. However, as more
CAMP BLANDING MUSEUM & HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONNAME evidence came to light later, most informed -
observers reached the conclusion that
Dr. Mudd had been falsely accused and

ADDRESS. convicted.In .

PHONE his story, Patton writes that the trialin r ,.r.. .
CATEGORY: which Dr. Mudd was convicted was anwere / 1.
ANNUAL($10)) LIFE(50)) PATRON($100)) "affront to any concept of justice,and was .,
BENEFACTOR($200)) blatantly unconstitutional." Although Dr,. 4 t
CORPORATE: Bran..($500)) Silver($1000)) Gold($1500)) Mudd and his fellow defendants a .
civilians and the war was ,
over they were
Make Chick Payable tot Camp Blanding MuMum a Historical Association
Forward tot Hqs. ISU and Camp Blanding. Rout. I, Box 465. Camp Blanding Stark., Fla. 32091-9703 Attn. SGM tried by a military tribunal under military
Rodney P. Hall. rules of evidence.They were not allowed to
speak in their own defense and were tried __


under evidence a against blanket any indictment one of them in was which con \ :lTc: ; : iaYe : ,. .

President Bush's BudgetIs sidered evidence against all. :.:it. : ,;..; ,

Mary Suratt,whose son had aided Boothin
the assassination plot, and whose boar-
ding house was a frequent meeting place of Abraham LincolnIn
II
Voo-Doo the conspirators,was convicted and hang-
ed, although it Is not believed that she had
any part in the plot. Her son, John, who 1956, President Eisenhower ordered .
Involved later and that a plaque be inscribed and installed at t '- ,> ;. .-
Whether or not the "trickle down" Apparently, the White House strategy was tried in a civil, was court under apprehended civil rules of Fort Jefferson honoring Dr. Mudd: for his I. XT D.-A 'r'. .

theory is good for the nation's economy is to throw all these enticements into the evidence, and was found not guilty. services. '., ..., .. .. .' .-...1... .-.;.. ..'.- .

apparently depends on.who's presenting lap of Congress and hope that it will propose Patton writes that after being imprisoned In 1979, President Carter issued a .i:. .8 4- ..0' P' \'M'' .';' :. '
it. When Ronald Reagan proposed it new taxes to bail out Mr. Bush. to Mudd's descendants stating : I ,- i ,; .
Dr. Mudd performed heroically during message :.I. ;;i:.: \ 'I'-''' 'Ir'' .
while running for the presidency in 1980, While declaring that he and the Presi- an outbreak of yellow fever on Garden Key that while the President does not have '
his opponent for the Republican where he was confined in the prison for- authority to set aside a conviction, it was htd.vyorkSaturdayAprll 15.1665.
dent are ready and willing to start his medical his belief that the 1869 pardon had been fully ; -
tress. In for ser-
nomination, George Bush, denouncedthe negotiations with Congress, Mr. Dar- gratitude Jefferson justified and that Dr. Mudd had been innocent .: : "' ". :.t "' \. -
vices, the garrison of Fort petitioned N ::. -
Reagan plan as "Voo-doo man says "we are certainly not going to President Andrew Johnson to grant ot any crime connected with the : .DEATH ... :r -

Economics'. bring up taxes." Congressional leaders Mudd a pardon. Lincoln assassination. .. .: .... _/... : '.
Now that he is in Mr. Rea an's shoes have also sworn they will not vTVf +':->:' .
propose reachedthe Dr. Mudd lived for 14 '.. >:? ;
"ReadMy Although the pardon plea never Although years :.. P- : : :. :'
taxes. It is the President's (budget "
new
and has boxed himself in with a attention of Johnson, he was already after his final release from prison, they .
Lips" pledge against new taxes, and if it requires new taxes it is up to convinced of Dr. Mudd's innocence and were years of continued suffering, since 1HEPRESIDENT..'
President Bush Is proposing to cut the him to propose them, Congressional had promised his wife that a pardon wouldbe his health had been broken by his confine- '' .. ;" '';'-1. f' "
capital gains tax from its present 33 leaders say. granted. Johnson was unable to take ment, and his finances were depleted. He 1.. -. :- '..:.:.., -... -;..: -;:: ';::,"_
per- this action,however, because during mostof died on Jan. 10, 1883, at the age of 49.
rttW Details of"the
cent to a new low of 15 percent, applying his administration he was embroiled in l < .. ..
called Voo- So where does that leave us in the His trial and imprisonment were the ,. "--- "- ::: .
the same formula that he a deadly political struggle with "Radical Creai. :rime.., .
Dooism when proposed by Mr. Reagan.The matter of budget balancing? Ever an Republicans",including his own Secretaryof subject of a 1935 motion picture called 1 .. : ; :..., ... I
"The Prisoner of Shark Island". For .. \
: .
: _
optimist (like Reagan), Mr. Bush war, Edward Stanton, the chief ar- y '. : I
movie the name of the prison site
purposes
faulty theory that cutting
says chitect of Mudd's misfortune. Johnson,
assumptions such as "Garden Island"
depends on rosy was changed from to the
taxes wealthy industrialists will who finally impeached, granted the
on was
.
economic lower in- intriguing of "Shark Island"
growth more name
permanent his last week in office.
allow them to invest more of their pro- pardon during
flation rates and decreasing interest
,
fits for thus
expansion programs, rates to make his budget ends meet. But LETTERS EDITOR
the
for and
creating more jobs poor
homeless. But it didn't work for Mr. conservative columnist George Will
Mr. Bush too much. Will Bradford County
assumes ;
says Forestry in
Reagan and it won't for President Bush.
reminds us that the current economic Please Return Flowers!
Most of the industries that would benefit
David
By W.Norton
is 74 months old already To Whom It '
expansion now May Concern:
from his bonus
proposed capital gains
would be oil much longer than the average sustained We are writing this letter to you in
drillers- independent mainstay of Mr. Bus's up-trend in the historical cycle of booms Drought'Brings Danger of Fireblem regard to the low-life person who stole the
and busts. He says that economic ex- lovely silk poinsettia plant that sat In a
political base in his part-time "home pansion will eventually level off, or even straw hat on Brenda's grave. Your steal
state" of Texas.In ing it didn't the
ease grief of her family.
decline throwing Mr. Bush's rosy .If you happened to be outside this past down considerably. It will be very
his first speech to Congress last predictions of everlasting good times in- week: and looked in any direction,' you important for anyone burning piles of You have got to be a pretty sorry person,
week, the new President, in spite of his to a tailspin. Interest rates have already could see smoke from a number of large brush not to leave their fires unwatched.In with no compassion for othersprobably
winds these fires present the never lost a loved
one.
I3 cf hUh
prescribed burns Il nd brush tires. H dry times
vow of "No New Taxes", proposed a begun to rise since the President's in- woodsand
to nearby
nut there in those woods! greatest danger
Really,every time you look at the pretty
list of "kindler
laundry gentler" .
programs auguration.In homes! flowers, are you enjoying them? Or are
without any hint as to where the Believe it or not, all of us need to be Reporting wildfire fast will be impor-- you reminded where they came from?
money is coming from to pay for them. a symposium at the University of careful the woods with fire. Allow me to tant also U you a live anywhere In Bradford I hope time will mend your ways,and someone

The master draftsman of this "smoke Florida Monday, Senator Lawton Chiles Interrupt this beautiful weather to beg for County, you live near woods, so call this will not hurt you as you have hurt
and mirrors" approach is the White said that President Bush is not exercis- RAIN-lIecaUBe all of Florida needs it.The number: 1-800-327-6752 to report a woods our family.

House budget magician Richard Dar- ing the leadership that is essential to get only fire things disaster keeping Is us from having a major and fire. The best description of where the Please return the flowers to where you
the federal deficit under green pastures wildfire is located brings help the fastest. got them. You will rest better at and
control. "The night
man who insists that all these goodiescan relatively low wind speeds.We almost had U dial 911 to report a fire,make sure If so will we.
be obtained with "No New Taxes". $170 billion budget deficitpart of a $2.8 a disaster just North of Starke last Friday It's you a woods fire that you say so. This will
trillion national debt- continues to when two homes were. threatened by Family of Brenda Davis
The laundry list includes new programsto erode the U.S. and weakenthe wildfire. bring the best help the fastest.Remember
alleviate the shortage of child care economy, please be careful with fire, at least until
Thanks
facilities, help guarantee mothers ability of the nation to bounce back Some people do l't seem to realize the the county is under water again! to Commissioners...
health boater poor when the next recession occurs," Chiles potential hazard and destruction that occurs The staff Board of Trustees and
access to care, up a sagg- warned. when fire moves through dry vegeta- One announcement: JF $.Cooperative library would like to thank the B d-
ing educational system, house the ever- tion pushed by high winds. Even Extension Service Is having a seminar on ford County Board of County Comm\80
s Increasing homeless, rejuvenate urban The Bush budget is therefore the pastures seem to be greening thou "How to Make Additional Income from stoners for their sincere Interest and concern -
slums, and declining rural areas, help strategy grass and litter In the woods are a different Your Forest Land". The seminar is this in procuring a new Bookmobile for
the farmers extend the frontiers of the risky! and is likely to raise expectationsthat rtnry (most are still brown and dead). Saturday, Feb. 18 at Perry Paige the residents of our county.
he cannot possibly fulfill. When ex- Auditorium Florida A & .M University, It II somewhat rare for a library to
space program, clean up pollution oi the pectations are: raised beyond the realmof How long do we need to be cautious? receive the level of support and -
Tallahassee. Cost for the full day session Is
This of course will depend lot the tion that has been
contaminated a upon attained in
air and water, and possibility, people begin to lose con- BradfordPale4A
spring weather pattern. Predictions indicate $10 and there Is still time to register your c.
nuclear-energy plants, fight the AIDS fidence In their leaders and their ability that we will have another dry Interest Contact Bill Hubbard at 3925420or Thaw'also to county personnel Esther
epidemic and the scourge of drugs to govern. That is the risk that Mr. Bush spring-not goodl A 8 to fl inch rain over a James Edwards at 899-3546 for more In- Crawford,Buzzy Green and
quite an orderespecially: with "No faces in letting his promises exceed his couple of week's time would be most formation. Don't miss. this Informal,.but the Bred County Telegraph-fOur help
New Taxee".' means of fulfilment. helpful and would calm the wildfire pro- informative session. bas been II\valuable.








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Meetings. g :.t" Rhonda Alvarez Russ Miscally

Engagement &Wedding AnnouncedMr.
Eastern Star Plans : 0
Covered & Mrs. Owen Alvarez of Starke announce the
Dish Supper lf! .t 1fJ.. engagement and approaching marriage of their SOCial News
Starke Chapter 224 of the Order of I daughter,Rhonda Sue, to Russell (Russ) Miscally, Jr.,
Eastern Star will have a covered son of Mr. & Mrs. Russell Miscally Sr. of Lawtey.
dish supper this Saturday Feb. 18 at The wedding will be an event of Saturday, March 11
7 are p.m.Invited.All masons and their families y, I'1. at wards 7 p.m.Road.and will\) be held at the Starke Armory on Ed- Weddings Births Club News

wedding All friends and reception.and relatives are invited to attend the Engagements Church News .Soda Events

New Classes Set Rhonda will graduate in June from Bradford High
At B-U Vo-Tech Park.School. Russ is employed at Ashley-Ward in Orange

Are you interested in refreshing \\ Arts & Crafts On Display
,
skills in
your typing or accounting?
The Bradford-Union I \0 At Woman's Club
Area Vocational
Meeting
Fish _
Center now has two (2)) after iI Fry Saturday --- --- -- --n
noon typing classes and an afternoon At Church of God
accounting class available. Call :---.1 Arts and Crafts In many SEWING: Virgin Ekard's after
964-6150 or 964-6800 to reserve a The Starke Church of God is hav- categories were displayed at the noon dress; Naomi Herres' four-
space for you. These classes will fill Rhonda Sue Alvarez" Russ Miscally,Jr. ing a fish fry this Saturday, Feb. 18 Woman's Club for their regular piece outfit. These sewing entries
up quickly. Call now to enroll. from 11:30-1:30: p.m. The menu will meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 8. were modeled by their creators at
be fried mullet, grits, baked beans, Handwork was featured in the the beginning of the program and
tea,_cole slaw and hush puppies, all parlor with the fireplace and mantel Pat Connelly modeled two. shawls
Hampton Little lor 13 per plate. In the background, while paintingswere she made. '
Mr. & Mrs. Albert There will be a dessert table for grouped on the front of the Commentary for this display was '
League FormingThere Reception Honoring CampbellMr. those who have a sweet tooth at an stage In the large room. by Gere Johns with piano accompaniment
extra charge. Diners will be allowed Blue ribbon winners Mona Cai.ova. Judges
will be a meeting at 6 were: by
Monday, Feb. 20 to discuss the Little p.m. & Mrs. Julius Chandler an- day night from 7-10 p.m. at the home to eat in the church fellowship hall or CRAFTS: Mildred Bellizi for a for this show were Doris Tuskey for
League for this year. nounces the marriage of their of the bride's parents in Lincoln CI- take out their dinners. All proceedswill vine wreath; Mildred Frick for a sewing entries; Lila Rae Yawn and
The meeting will be held at the daughter, Sherri, to Darnell Camp- ty. go to the building fund of the bear air freshener. Sylvia Thomas judged the. arts en-
bell,son of Mr. &Mrs. Albert Camp- church. tries.
APPLIQUE Frances McLendon
Hampton Elementary school field. bell of February 10. All relatives and friends : The program on art was presentedby
Hot are cor- Church of God of Starke is locatedat Christmas Tree Skirt.
dogs, cole slaw and tea will be
A wedding reception has been Lila Rae Yawn. The business
dially invited to attend and
bring 422 St. Clair St., Starke. CREWEL EMBROIDERY: Gere
served free for all
attending. We planned for the newlyweds for Satur- well wishes to this couple. Johns, picture of clowns. meeting was conducted by Diann
need many parents to volunteer for Norton, 2nd Vice President. Invoca-
coaching, concessions and managing Lt. Gov Brantley Comb CROCHET AFGHAN: Liz Mc- tion and Devotional were given by
this program. Please plan to at Whitehead Goff Engagement Wedding AnnouncedGinny .NEEDLEPOINT; Muriel Norman with a topic of
Says He Will Run PILLOW
tend. :
"Love". Mrs. Norman paid tributeto
The agenda for this meeting will Whitehead and Chris Goff employed as manager of Wendy's in Against Conner Louise Lyons.CROSSSTITCH. Patricia Scoggins for her club
include: (1) election of officers; (2) announces their engagement and ap- Sarasota. Chris is a member of the PRAYER: Linda work and requested a moment of
business meeting; (3)) discussion of proaching wedding.to take place on Florida National Guard and is Lieutenant Governor Bobby Sheffield. silent in her
fund-raising activities. April 21 on Casperson Beach at employed by the Southland Corp. of Brantley has announced his Inten- PHOTO: Linda Sheffield, porch prayer memory.
sunset in Venice Fl. Venice, Fl. tion to oppose the re-election of scene photo.PAINTINGS. Gospel Sing Set
Ginny is the former manager of All friends are cordially invited to Doyle Conner in 1990 to the office of : Elizabeth' Naswor-
Centel Office Wendy in Starke and is now attend. Commissioner of Agriculture, a thy, oil still life and Nature's For Graham BaptistA

Expands Hours position which Conner has held since Treasure Beautiful; Florida Thelma and Jennings pastel, oil-, A sing featuring The Pate
portrait
Officials with Central Telephone Griffis Sweat To Exchange Vows Feb. 17 1960.Brantley says that Conner has f' Mildred Bellizi, miniatureacrylic. Family Graham from Baptist Branford Church will on be Feb.heldat
Company of Florida have announced held the office too long and his lsat7pm.
expanded hours for the Starke Mr. 4V Mrs. Riley Sweat, Jr., an- The couple will\) exchange vows leadership "has gotten stale". -
business office at 140 N. Thompson nounce the approaching marriage of Friday, Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. at Grace Although Brantley says he is in
their son, Jonathan Riley Sweat, to Baptist Church. A reception will favor of Governor Martinez's ,., .
St."The proposal "" NO ""N' U 'm dp 'u.v u'y'''' u'.w-M"PO'V M 'kt
office is now open everyweekday Kimberly Ann Griffis, daughter of follow in the fellowship hall. that cabinet officers be limited r:
from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.' Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Griffis, all of All friends and relatives are In- to two terms, he refused to commit
said Bob Kirkbride, customer services Starke. vited to attend. himself to that restriction if electedin t PermSpecial
manager. "This will give our Community News 1990 and reelected in '94. *
customers in the Starke, Kingsley .. ;
Lake and Lawtey areas an extra 7M& Seminar... 3
hours each week in which to take Bradford County Chapter of i iJ y
care of in-person bill payments." NAACP is sponsoring a 5-hour ;
Kirkbride said that customers seminar on Employment Skills for
wishing to conduct business with Teenagers. The seminar will be held Happy Birthday
Centel over the telephone should Saturday, Feb. 18 at RJE Gym. J $ 4
continue to call 964-3533 for residential Registration begins at 8 a.m. The ,. 252s35.oo /
services and 964-3536 for seminar concluded at 12:30: p.m. Daniel Johns r Qh t
business services. Plan now to attend and improve

DAR, Elbert Chapter your employability skills. Includes Cut& Style f fi

Has February MeetingThe Singing... s i Offer Good to Feb.22 Open 8-5 Tue&-Sat. J "

Col.\ Samuel Elbert Chapter of The feature White guests Singers in of their Jacksonvillewill 25th Anniversary Happy, Fun Filled Years

the NSDAR met Monday, Feb. 6 at the Suwannee Quintet of 1 0 You've Been With Us... s! Irene's Shop !
'Beauty
the home of Mrs. W.J. Frick. Augusta Ga. Joe Williams and the
Mrs. Frank Mitchell, a retired Great Northernaires of New York We Love You, .
teacher and project chairman of the and Golden Crowns of t
Bradford County Drug Free : 2207 Raiford Road Starke

Program, spoke to the group and i
plained its objectives and activities.The 964-5033 1
project, well into its ,
year, is dependent on schools Family .<)

tO community ether'ofndianAlfSirs members -


preMnled'het.Iiu : [ : 11I.JAUh.. 4.

band, who has been honored Aup \ One urge _
times by the Indians of Florida. Mr. butt
Thomas became friends with the Indians paza

ago when of South he helped Florida them many improve years tiom! Supreme Have we got your number?

their fishing and skills by us-
hunting
A delicious combination ol six ol our most
Pan ptz'
ing an airboat in the Everglades. He popular toppings peppero ,beet'topping i
spoke of the 20,000 years of Indian port lopping mushrooms onions and
history and their leaders in the U.S. green peppers,on our freshly baked Pan Pizza
Mrs. James Henderson, Regent, crust.Wo add oust the right amount ol/
$
rich tomato and two generous 9
presided over the meeting. Plans layers ol 100%/ real mozzarella cheese tomake "
were made for two members, Mrs. : ,it Supreme 89
Herbert Thomas, Vice-Regent, and Try our Supreme Pan Pizza now al this
Mrs. David Taber of Keystone, to money-saving pncel ONLY
represent our chapter at the State
Conference at Altamonte Springs
March 2-4.
The celebration of George
Washington's birthday will be a big
event for members of NE Fla. DAR
Chapters. A special bicentennial
for Feb. 22 at
Jacksonville University. It will
feature Sara King, past president ..J' t/lt d D11tMt1, t
general of the national DAR society. .
,
The DAR's Good Citizen of the --t
Senior Class award has been given
to Angela Austin, a senior at
Keystone Heights High School.\ The .
winner of this award is selected bas- :
ed on leadership, service, dependability I
and patriotism. ,
After the meeting, members en- :wow: : r;:. .. I I
joyed light refreshments served by I
4jfrM
the hostess. !i iMakin'w ,

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Sweetheart Banquet it great! \

Saturday in LawteyRev. aafSBt ; ? t1S 301 N.
I[ ftefeaSsag'
Terrance Robinson, Jr., 964-8700 : Starke
rhoinof Allen ChatwtAME.Churrhis ----------------------------
sponsoring, a uweeurean'rjanquei .
this Saturday, Feb. 18 from 7:30-11: One Large Supreme Pan Pizza S4 .
p.m. at the Pistol Range in Lawtey. ,
Tickets are $8 for singles, and $15per O99 ,
couple and may be purchasedfrom $ hr "\" J ,

any choir or church member., .' :

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Ft<- .ary 14. 1989 ofpoUco' Z Yellow Pages listings close by March 17. .. ; : r J '. '" ',>#It.,: :

., Alphabetical listings close by March 22. H"'II." ,;It.

Bradford' County Telegraph Jimmy Business customers call 9643536.Kr.;''''J,,r-\\ : !;. 7; /
Starke, Florida 32091 ," ,.. J{!' ;td40. ,i '"
Residential customers call 964-3533
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OPEN LETTER TO ALL ''The '. i To be sure your correct and current phone number is "hi the,""" ,"'If:'''*"?" ,
THE '
THE VOTERS OF People's .;71': !, book: just give us a call Because the best way to be sure the''I"'yam'"iii"' .

CITY: OF STARKE: Choice" / :;;-, listed number is the right one is to get it straight from you,\'ft'1; 'W\:.?"A 'I' .

If you have changes or additions please call the ton.free"-"k: :
all of the voters who found time from their w I ;/ ,
I wish to thank busy ,. .numbershownbeforethedateindicated.tobesureyournumber\t.rU\ /: ,
schedules to vote on Feb. 7. 1989. ',, /,.. ,V '> is correct in the Centel Phone Book. ..'!**:-.1? 'II: si i -; .-
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I A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU to all of the citizens who supportedme J,,"'' :','." .J. or-. .
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Family.I .. . ,
and my t -S/lV, ; i ,
was elected on Feb. 7. 1989 and was sworn In that' evening. I ,,' M v \ ",'<, !< /- ,

reported to work on Feb. 8. '1989 at 7:50 a.m, as your Chief of Police. .'f>1,... ''$ *, t'I-: ) ., ).""l- !{. ". .

I will PROTECT and SERVE all of the citizens,of, Starke with my '-! r, ;,

entire strength and abilities. 'CENTEL: : .
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Thank again for your votes. I ;, "
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"They're Gonna Do What They Wanta Do! Thomas Young, Jr.


E :Family? 0 0 0' r ror Starke Ellge, died Thomas Wednesday Young., Jr.Feb..58 15, of In

By Rev. Ed Kirkland M.Dlv., past of the Klngsley Lake Baptist It seems of late when asked about but instead of being up-front about it into this fight as a participant-a Bradford Hospital following an ex-
t Church, located 10 minutes fee at Klngsley Lake (as unpopular as it most assuredly bystander. !! tended illness.
east of i Stal on Hwy.6 financial support to fight the proposed
will be) it is easier to "I've been I would rather know that I participated 1931 In Lenox, Ga.,
Rev. Kirkland answers questions on t he family In this column from a hazardous waste facility, the reply say financial Born Jan. II. 10
both in voice and Starke over
done dealt"I I
told it's a moved to
Christian perspective. Send your que.lion or comment to: How's The has been,"They're gonna do what have someone Mr. Young He
of key than to one day
our assistance, Jacksonville.
Family 6337 Seminole St., Starke. F.. 3 2091/ they wanta do" or "I've been toldthere's challenge some serious years ago fropm
after
to a Force
community me Air
in leaders in this "our" approach was a Protestant an
'cause it's no done sense deal"contributing! stand up straight and get on one side accident, Injury or even worse and Veteran, a member of the Santa Fe
Finding Time Together C..an be Tough What is a interesting is supposedly of the fence or the other. This is not say, "you see, I told you?sol"' Whydidn't Hunting Club and a produce farmer
an issue of unimportance. On the we fight to stop this and line worker.
Remember it like when actually got the chance to speak to certain individuals have developedthis contribution to: power
what was you contrary,it has grave ramifications Please send your Survivors include three sons,
your husband or wife every day That would have been back in the B.C. opnlon after getting from contacts their Infor-in for our community- livelihoods, UCAP, Rt. 2, Box 2801. Starke, Thomas Irish of Austin, Tx. Jerry
period of your marriage (before chil"rel; 1)i Back then you could actually go Tallahassee.mation "straight" our family's health, our land values 32091 or Rt. 2 Box 815, Lake Butler and Ray Gene both of Bath, Maine;
out together alone without having to c ontract a month in advance withe the protection of our schools 8ni3children 32054. UCAP is a non-profit three sisters,Ellowese Y. Robuck of
Now look at this
three if couldn't ma ; it, have a backup. Suddenly, you can many these trucks are organization.
babysitters, so one you but let explore two. First, if ,where going Ocala, Merle Y. Howell of Moultrieand
getting time together has become a ma jor| feat! ways you've gotten information from to be traveling in close proximity. : Mary Frances Cain of Jackson-
has it become difficult to slml ly> spend some time together with and
Why so Tallahassee saying it's a done deal ville; two brothers, Curtis L.
your mate? Well, consider your norml II day. For instance, chances are that would make sense, especially if We have seen tremendous support Bobby L'Young both of Yulee and
good that in the mornings at least one 0 I you gets up later than you should to believe it and in terms of dollars come in from five grandchildren.
(I confess it's truly in horn). This starts things off with a bang they can get you for Santa be
yours my leaders in our community Graveside funeral services will
ill! What better is thereto
because you're running around like crl izy trying to get ready In half then spread way whenyou're Fe Community College, and I can't JKatherine held Friday,Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. In Con
especially
stop a fight,
time you need. No time for conversyou're In fact, if you get in the way, losing,than to get key figuresIn think of a better cause than education J cord Primitive Baptist Chulrch
in of knocked dOl IInlDung! I shudder to
danger getting for our children. in Sparks, Ga. Ar-
to down their Cemetery
And don't forget the kids. If they're y'' they need to be fed, held and a community lay think however, what the feelingwould are being handled by
pampered (literally). If they are In sch(ol, you have to get them up, which weapons without striking a blow)IIt's be if one day while the rangements Funeral Home.
is no small task, and out of the house. Before you know it, the day has all in what you're fighting for. children were in school, a truck hada Hepburn has been nomi- Jones There will be a viewing services at7pm.
started,you've each gone your sepa rate ways,and you couldn't tell anyone If someone told you that youcouldn't on 301, endangering our nated for 11 Academy Awardt Thursday, Feb. 16 at DeWitt
what color shirt or blouse your husbam; J or wife has on to save your life. sell cars in this town children's lives (less than 20 feet more than any other actor. C. Jones Chapel.
because the other dealers have it
Then, as the day continues, lunch tOI;ether is Impossible because your away). We had had the opportunityto
schedules never seem to be in the saml e! place at the same time. Finally, locked up, would you pack up contribute to help stop itbut we
after a hectic day at the office, shop 01 r home, or any combination of allr without trying? I think not. If someone didn't bother. We aren't talking one
three, everyone descends on the house f4) supper (or dinner if you prefer). told you there is no sense in truck every once in a whilewe're
Then the evening is made up of a combil nation of eating, activities to go to, trying to build that big new store talking about all the hazardous
cleaning, getting the kids ready forgetting bel d I, getting the kids in the bed, and because the first one didn't do good waste in the state, as well as other S.S. Sweet Sarah
annd there is
a new one that'scheaper
the kids asleep in the bed. states and now possibly even Puerto
These steps are characterized by the' ines every parent of a young child coming anyway, would it Rico'
has to memorize. They go like this-- ".rake your clothes off, get into the have stopped the building? I think This is a very serious issue we (the Terror of Starke)

tub, get wet and wash yourself with t thE! soap all over Then get out of the" not.This citizens of Bradford, Union, and is
tub, dry off with the towel, put your pEach ijamas on and get into the bed. brings me to the second pointon Baker Counties are facing. Last
step is essential in the process ()tnerwise, you end up with a child this "done deal"attitude. IF YOU. week's article explained our case-
who either sat outside the tub and playe,d in the water or one who is wet and REALLY WANT SOMETHINGlike we are winning this fight against ci- SeventeenBirthday
naked in the bed. After all this,you hav e time for each other. But, yuou'reJo a car dealership or a new super- ty hall DER) with financial support
both so exhausted that all you want t to << is have a few moments of peace market to build, you'll fight for it.So from the grassroots of this com-
and quiet. I've asked myself, with all the infor- but it's expensive I It's time happy
munity
By now, you should be getting the i IdE la that there is no "right" time for mation that has been put in the that financial support comes from
the average couple, especially if you ha.ve' children, to have a relaxed cone paper, talked about at meetings, those areas where it's impact is less
.versa t ion. Still, to keep your marriagl on good ground, it is absolutelyh awareness days, etc., how can you of a burden than where it is currently -
essential that you stay in touch with e other So the question is, what NOT fight itunless you are for itl I coming from!
are you to do? People who are opposed to this Our county commissioners are on
The answer is that you must set aside time; for just the two of you. A time hazardous waste facility are out- record opposing this facility, as well
that you agree upon so that you will bott I be comfortable and not pressured. wardly open and vocal. It's distress- as the School Board, and nearly
If you don t plan it, it won't happen.And I,even when you do, it won't always ing to think there may be those who political body in Starke and
work out. But, you will stand a far bett T chance of getting together than feel it is a good industry for our area, every Bradford County. Stand up and buy I
before.
Don't let the obstacles convinceyou
to give up.. You need to be able to
share your dreams for yourself and
your family. Also, your frustrations, SERVI&TARNow t
needs and wants with your mate. It
is this simple oversight that allowsso
many couples to grow apart. It's
not that they intend for it to happen, 1'V
J
but they failed to prevent it. Thru Sat.
Like so many things, a marriage ,
requires time and effort. Even
though we would like to believe it
just magically" happens, that's only I
true in movies and fairy tales.
Still, your marriage can be great if
you want it to be. One way to start is
to go to the calendar and begin to ) -i" 4-Pack -eSOFTWHITE
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carve out some time together. Who
knows, maybe you'll even begin to .. W Soft White 32-Gal. Roughneck
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Nominationsfor .. s' #13257.41028.32.36 II I atures locks and In odors steam cleanings. Tight.fittinglid

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the Bradford Fe Community Community Payers 3' B cKEH.Handy Driver wj \ '

the American Dame
announce First Alert9Smoke
Awards, an honors list in connectionwith M Cordless Drill/Screwdriver I \

the "American Dame", a play f, Detector I Cordless versatility ti
being presented at Bradford High Sounds warning alarm at earliest sign i ol smoke. drilling. Features ''
School on Mar. 10-11( The awards ,,3 tit Hinged cover lor easy tl forward and reverse ordrlv3&&Q99
will be made at one of the installation of replacement $ 9 a lock switch.! 300
performancesMar.. 10, 8 p.m., and s', ; ,.jJll battery 9.volt battery 7';; I RPM; 1/4'chuckaiza.
Mar. 11 at 2 and 8 p.m. Included 5-year warranty. 19022SERVITJIR.
Nominations are currently'being SA67D
sought for these American Dame
Awards. The women to be
nominated should be someone who .-cwE"NE"
has made very significant\ strides In 'a ,Retractable Wood
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any of the areas of politics, business Blade Utility Knife i ; "_'
community service,advancement ofthe w z Household stepladder has grooved steps and side-
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1. She must be a Bradford County
resident for a least one year prior to
Feb. I, 1989.
2. She must be at least 30 years of f'I '
age. ..., / .. SERVl 'mR..50'Indoor/ +
3. She must be nominated under Extension Cord
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i one of the categories listed above. Drawstring
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twelve private citizens. Bag Convenient drawstring provides safety. 16/3SJTWA.

5. Nominations will be accepteduntil "20. ,"."._.. both odor easyclosurehandle grip' kitchen and $199 #S3 541S268 $699
Feb. 24 or until the first fifty flxz
wastebaskets.20, 13-gal. bags.
are received and validated. Get your 'p-.=... ;; """ !r.. 0",' SSR2820DR
nominations in as soon as possible. O
6. For the award to be given, the
nominee must indicate she Is willingto SERVI! TAR SERVl 'mR..
accept the award in person or. if .
she is unable to attend,able to send a Propane Torch Kit Super Force Cup
person to accept in her name. The r+\ fuel valve Heavy-duty plunger features extra/ strength
with specially designed r
award recipients will receive free Pencil-point tip 'x t black rubber and
tickets to the American Dame play. 7. As of the award cup size. $299 ,Rn
part acceptance -3 NS74Y28"
disposable propane +
a photograph of the nominee t cylinder( $799 zQ
must be submitted by March 1. SSR-10
8. No woman directly associated
with the play The American Dame,
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Single-Cut
Asked to Vote on Fits regular bowl.Vinyl covered foam
Promotion ProgramFlorida For most residential locks and American-made" J with dial-on hinge for easy Installation.
cars. Nickel- Assorted colors
watermelon growers have plated brass. I A .13 oo,23,34, $
until February 21 to vote on a proposed L Limit 2 percustomer. 78,78,71
research, advertising, and 4i 2/$100

promote sales promotion watermelons program to in help the / V c =

marketplace.A 'SERVISTAR COrPora8on

news release from the U.S. / dnkre may amx : .Individual Ualm:may not nodi an Kami. Hardware Lumber Home Centers ,
Department of Agriculture said the =-may nMrtcl Itamt to cart and cany lamia only.
program will be financed by anA
assessment of up to two cents per 1.
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originally proposed the plan in ac- .
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Research Ballots,and copies Promotion of the Act.proposed ACME HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLYIi :: ; .

program, and summaries of its major 1 r". ,. I. L"..
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the provisions office of may County be obtained Agent Bobby from 'I i- : 301 East Call Street STARKE )," 11 ; '\\\r : : \ ;' \I;

Taylor at the agricultural buildingon ,
US 301 North. Further Informa-
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Court and the Seal thereof this 27th day following specific Hums( ot personal property MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA I 'r
I NOTICE OF BID
together with and all additions JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
of January. 1989. any tl s
The Bradford County Board of CountyCommissioners
GILBERT 5, BROWNAs thereto or replacements thereof: Court No.88.437.Clv J-16 Y
sealed
will bids
open on Refrigerator Range/Oven, Fan/Hood, AMERICA.
OF
Clerk of Court Monday, March 6, 1989, at 10:00: a.m. In Dishwasher, Disposal.The UNITED STATES t
Control 0964
the Plaintiff,
-- the County Commissioners Room at United States of America shall

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR of Criminal Justice Standards and Training 4tchg2/9-3'2 Bradford Count Courthouse, Starke, have the right of redemption providedby S. UNDERHILL, et ol,5*

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA P.O. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Florida, to materials and labor to 28 U.S.C. 2410c( ) for the period provided MORGAN
CASE NO.88.543.CA 32302, on or before March 21, 1989. COUNTY relocate ((2)) Plywood Buildings. Slie 108' therein running from the date of Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
Vf In the Matter of Failure to do so will result In a default FLORIDAPROBATE DIVISIONFile long X 20' wide x 10' high. One buildingto the Certificate of Title Issued herein given' that pursuantto
be relocated the Bradford Notice Is hereby
The Adoption Ol: being entered against you to Revoke Number 89-11 CP to County at public sale to the highest and best entered on February
JAMES DENVER HAYES, said Certification pursuant to Section Division 1-4006 loll and the other one to be relocated to bidder, for cash, at the front door of 'the a Final Judgment entitled Court In

a Minor.NOTICE 120.60, F.S.. and Rule 1IB.27. F.A.C. IN RE: ESTATE OF the Bradford County Road Department.Buildings Bradford County Courthouse In Slarke, 2, 1989 by the above cause, the undersigned
of From.Constuctlon with! the above styled
OF ACTIONTO DATED: January 19, 1989COLONEL FOSTER E. WHITACRE, roof.are be Florida, at 11:00: A.M.. on March 9, 1989. United States Marshal or any of his duly
: The unknown natural father BOBBY R. BURKETT Deceased. shingle Buildings are to Doted this 13th day of February 1989. will sell the property
relocated In 8 authorised deputies
one piece approximately
Residence JUSTICE RAY NORMAN
unknown. CHAIRMAN-CRIMINAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS Florida
County
miles of location. Bradford situate In Bradford
You ore notified that an action for STANDARDS AND TRAINING COMMISSION (Summary Administration) present Clerk of Circuit Court
will disconnect and all described as-:
County reconnect
adoption of a minor child of whom HAVING CLAIMS OR Control 0978
you. TO ALL PERSONS Parkwood Subdivision as per
and electrical.Vendor Lot 24,
are alleged to b. the natural father Fiat By Joe Kendrick DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE plumbing will foundation 2tchg 2/16-23 thereof recorded In Plat Book 3.
move existing plot
been filed In the Circuit Court of Brad Division RepresentativeControl
ESTATE
: of Bradford
and with IB' wide termite shieldsbeneath 5 of the public records
treat Page
ford County, Florida, Case No. 09544tchg You are hereby notified that an Orderof NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
and Vendor Florida
the seals to deck County, ,
88-545-CA, and you ore required to 1/26-2/16 Summary Administration has been REGISTER and
will also supply all materials and laborto NAME at public outcry to the highest
serve a of written objections, entered In the Estate of Foster E. FICTITIOUS
copy your the hour of 12:00
.
cash
relocate portable buildings.For best bidder for at
the/ Peter File Number! Pursuant to Section 86S.09, Florida
to adoption on D. Black, P.II.tlon.r' Whltacre, Deceased the front door
of the March 21, 1989 at
specifications Noon
copies or on
any
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned
whose Court for Brad
attorney address It 7952 89.22.CP. by the Circuit Cour-
questions regarding this bid, please contact entrance of the Bradford County
PUBLIC HEARINGA Yvonne Hodges Route I,
Boulevard Probate Division
Normandy ,
Jacksonville, ford Florida,
be held County Ray Norman, Clerk of the Court, Fla. 32044, ..01.own.r. thouie at Stark. Florida.
Florida 32221 on or before the 23rd day public hearing xwlll on the address of which Is Post OfficeDrawer Box 124 Hampton,
27, 1989 In the Bradford County ((904)) 9646280. Sealed bids can be mailed doing business under the firm Doted: February 6, 1989
February
of February, 1989 and file the original B, Starke, Florida 32091 that the hand delivered to the Bradford Richard L.Cox, Jr.
with the Clerk of this Court either before Board Room on a proposed amendmentto total cash value of the estate Is or name of Hodges Building Supply &Hardware MarshalMiddle
service the Board Rule 6GX4-5.22 District Procedures and addresses County Courthouse, Clerk of Court, P.O. 412 W. Call Street, Starke. Fla. United States
the
on plaintiff Immediately $3,500.00 and that names
attorney or -
of FloridaDorothea
B Stark., Fl. 32091. District
Drawer ,
Education. Intends said fictitious
thereafter; otherwise a judgment for providing Special of those to whom It has beenassigned 32091, to register
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Beane
THE BOARD .
0962 aforesaid
Control under the statute.Dated
will be order name
entered the reliefrequested such
by are
granting THE RIGHT TO REJECT Assistant U.S.
3tchg2/2 RESERVE this 15th day of February, 1989, Attorney
the
In petition. Name and Address: ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS OF BIDS FOR In Bradford County. Attorney for Plaintiff
WITNESS hand and seal of this
G. Whltacre
my Ruby THE RELOCATION OF THE TWO PORTABLE 4tchg 2/16.3/9 Control 09664tchg
Court on the 25th day of January 1989. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Rt. 4, Box 1531 BUILDINGS. Control 0979 2/16-3/9

RAY NORMANAs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD Starke, Fl. 32091 WILBUR L. WATERS

Clerk of Court COUNTY, FLORIDA Charles Bradley Kitts Board of County CommissionersRAY
Control 0958 JUVENILE DIVISION
Rt. 1, Box 672 NORMAN
4tchg 2/2.23 CASE NO.87.48.CJ((2901)IN ) Tazewell VA 24651 Clerk to the Board School Menus
THE INTEREST OF Control 0977 Bradford Schools
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO KITTY SUE KONKEL, All persons are required to file with 2tchg2/1623 Feb. 20-24
REGISTER the clerk of said court, WITHIN THREE Recognize Volunteers
DOB 02/10/74
FICTITIOUS NAME A :Child. CALENDAR MONTHS FROM TIME OF THE This week is School Volunteer Bradford Elem.&Middle School

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, all IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD Week in the State of Florida. Monday Pork patty,rice ft tomato gravy green
caked,cornbread milk.
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that theundersigned PETITION FOR claims against the estate In the form and COUNTY, FLORIDACIRCUIT Our schools are fortunate to have beans Tuesday Corn macaroni cheese,cabbage

Susan M. Faulkn.r, PERMANENT COMMITMENT manner prescribed by Section 733.703 of CIVIL CASE NO. 68,461.CA well over 100 volunteers working for slaw,fruit cup,milk
Lawrence H.Patrick,Darrell O'Neal,221 THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the FLORIDA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN them this year, according to Denise Wednesday! Chill,salUnes,cheese toast,garden

W. Lafayette St., Starke, Florida, 32091, TO: KAREN SUE COOK KONKEL Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship ASSOCIATION, Adams. The majority of these salad fruit Jello,milk.Thundsy ,mashed potatoes, ,
Hamburger gravy
Procedure.ALL !
joint owners, doing business under the RICHMAN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO Plaintiff, volunteers give their time in the turnip greens peaches,cookie, biscuit,milk. tl
firm name of Patrick Properties, 221 W. Address Unknown.You v. classroom assisting the teacher is Friday Teachers Planning Day.
Lafayette St., Stark. Florida 32091 Intends are hereby notified that a petition FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. KIERT SUNDUSADEE, et ai, some way. Other volunteers offer Bradford High School
Publication of this notice has begun on
to register sold fictitious name under oath, copy of which Is attached their services and knowledge in e.tomato ,turnip
February 9, 1989. DefendantsNOTICE Monday i Pork" patty,rice 'gravy
ender the aforesaid statute. hereto, has been filed In the above styled OF SALE specific areas. For example a local greens,strawberry shortcake,cornbread,:milk
Dated this 30th day of January, 1989, court for the permanent commitmentof Dennis L. Blackburn, Esq. Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto dentist comes in to his child's school Tuesday! Hamburger gravy,mashed potatoes' k
In Bradford County. KITTY SUE KONKEL a female child, Attorney at Law the order or final judgment entered In annually and talks about dental grsvy, green beans, chocolate. cake, hot rolls I ,
4tchg2/223 10, 1974 at Smith A HulseyP. this In the Circuit Court of Bradford milk.
cause
born on February salad,
O. Box 53315Jacksonville health with the children. Wednesday:Chili,crackers,cheese toast
Control 0960 Nassawadox Accomack County. Stat. County, Florida, I will sell the property milk
crisp
of Virginia, to the Department of Health Fl. 32201-3315 situated In Bradford County, Being a volunteer is very rewarding. apple Thursday! Corndog, macaroni at cheese, cabbage -
and Rehabilitative Services for subsequent Telphone ((904)) 359.7700 Florida, described as: It feels good to help students slaw fruit cup brownie, milk.
STATE OF FLORIDA adoption, and you are hereby Control 0965 A parcel of land situated In Government ana teachers toward their goal of Friday Teachers planning day.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDSAND commanded to be and appear before the 2tchg 2/9-16 Lot 1 of Section 36, Township 6 academic excellence. If you are not

TRAINING COMMISSION, Honorable George H. Pierce, Acting South, Range 22 East, Bradford County, already involved and would like to AlaCarteEach
Petitioner, Judge of the Circuit Court, at the Bradford NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida; said parcel being more particularly be, call the school of your choice today day students. have. choice of a hoi lunch,
sslsd bar or a lacarte.STARKE
vs County Courthouse, at 1 30 P.M.on REGISTER described as follows: and sign up.LAMP.
RICKY A. EZZELL, Wednesday March 8, 1989, at Starke, FICTITIOUS NAME Commence at the Northeast corner of
Respondent. Bradford County Florida. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida sold SEction 36 and run South CO degrees Ul
NOTICE OF ACTION must either on the dan Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the 27'33" East, along the East line of saidSection OF JESUSCRAFTCONSIGNMENT

TO RICKY A. EZZELL and You at the time specified appear or send a writ. undersigned, Evan W. Hodges, Jr.. Post 36, a distance of'664.35 feet to CHURCH OF GOD
Residence Unknown court to that I Office Box 1262 Starke, Fla. 32091, sole the Point of Beginning; tnence continue
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Administrative ten response to the prior business under the firm 422 N. St Clalr- 964-5445
said
Your failure to appear or responc I owner, doing South 00 degrees 27'33" East along (Tues. Sat. 10-6:30)
Complaint has been filed time.be treated as a consent to the permanent name of Hodges Paint A Supply, 407 W. East Line, 200.00 feet; thence run North John Spratlln PastorWe
will .
against you seeking to Revoke the law commitment and you may los I Madison Street, Stark., Fla. 32091, Intends 89 degrees IS47" West, 200.00 feet; Spring is Blooming Invite you lo worship with us.
enforcement certificate held by you In to the child ofchildren to register said fictitious name thence run North 00 degrees 27'33" Plastic Canvas Crafts
as a parent Attended
all legal rights Nursery
accordance with Section 943.1395, F.S., for Permanent .. under the aforesaid statute. West 200.00 feet; thence run South 89 Blueberries
and any rules promulgated thereunder.You named In the attached Petition to th, Dated this 15th day of February, 1989, degrees 15'7' East, 200.00 feet to the Home Grown Frozen &.idaySdsod ..,. ........ ..... lOam
Commitment .. .... .. ...
are required to serve a written In Bradford County. Point of Beginning Lying and being In For More Information, Call MornIng Wonohlp llamEroUng
Summons. .. .. ..... ... .
of Intent to request a hearingpursuant 4tchg 2/16-3/9 Service: 6pm
'copy your to Section 120.57, F.S upon WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of ..alcliDmmunlty i Control 0980 Bradford Together County.with without Florida. limitation, the 864-7109/964-6898 Wednesday Youth ........... ... 7JOpmLaCinis

JEFFREY, W.: LONG, DIRECTOR. Division

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Inc Dignified Service Call 961-2322
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Management & Staff V. V VrV Monuments or 961-2328
V Karen McMonlgla 218 N.Temple AveAGENT .
Service HWY 301 North HWY 301 S. 964-5757 Storks H

964-8278 964-7500 DURRANCE PUMP & HURST'S EXXON

Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales' SUPPLYAtten SERVICE

Eyeglass We Finance SERVICE"
24 HR. WRECKER
f church regularly
"Your complete Buy Here Pay Here your 987 N. :TEMPLE'AV.

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. 864 Temple 964.7061 964.6111Lewis

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103 Edwards Rd. 964-8583 964-7783 .. .
: '!ow**""?, -:*''* *:**r ,- Timber Co.

BATTERY OF JONES FUNERAL HOME Take first step towards BVANT'
DOUGLAS move Through tie your :
Caring s.tltc.ForOltH50Veall Many people becoming fully alive-attend the Hwy 301 S. PO Box 207Starke
STARKEWe DlitfI>gcJlsfled. only hall.lIva They eat breslrn ol your $ %$$&
work. end sleep, Indeed perform church or synagogue '
starters alternators lunclions X life" choice Ihia week M..un..d SW.m A Mn4T
rebuild all the necessary
and Cindy Futch FLORIDA
Steve but these things ere don. .Imoll.ulomatlc.lly. STARKE. n1W.xtt 9646871WARD
& GeneratorsAuto I 964-4200 .They lake lisle notice I.W N.Tmtfe hln -TMMpMU. ."4 Art...
Stance )
Marine Cycle Batteries ot the work. around them and CmnfMt
Keystone Heights 473-3176 I i ol the people that Inhabit II How
AO7 N. remote 964-7911 much they era missing ol the Lamp of Jesus MinistriesCrafts
i things thai make Iris worth. living AUTO SALVAGE t
& ConsignmentsLocated .

Andrews Drugs'For have How discovered different, God are those love that For off 100 S. toward Keystone, W* Buy Junk ft Salvageable Can

!them each day Is like a miracle take right on 24th Ave. follow signs Hwy 301 3 MI. N. of Starke
Needs'356W.Madison
'' All Your Pharmacy -another chance lo discoverthe Eves. 9645898"All <
Starkes Only Home Owned beauty ot the earth.They are ot Jesus'HAYES 9647345NORTON
open to everyone and everything Nature Sings
9647170ORTON'S Indepandant Bank i ,

1 !R Walnut 96A.783Q ELECTRIC

AUTO AND 1 WATERS GROCERYCorner <..... _____n.- ft AIR CONDITIONING TELECOMMUNICATIONS
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528 Mosley S. Walnut St. Tire Co.964-6317 NOEGEL'S AUTOSALES 1 r--t' Office W.W.. Professional& Personnel I I GERALD GR1FFISCONSTRUCTION I- Horse GOLD Tack a Western KIST Wear, .


Starke Fertiliser e Seed & Farm Supplies
N.
US 301 :S Services quality homes at

964-6600 'Worship this week and every weekat Office 4 Typing Services of All Superior affordable prices 2226 N. Temple Avenue

Wrecker Service the church of your choice" 3. 964-6633 964-7871
24 HR Raiford HWY 301
: 964-7777
084-6401 Rd.
1018 N. Tempi 1837 [ 'S DRUG STORE
Custom made exhaust stems .. .' FAMILY HAIR N"VVWCWIllNC'

FLORIDA NATIONAL NAPA AUTO PARTS Terwillegar Motors, Inc. CROSLEYMANUFACTURING DESIGNERS > FASHIONED'SODA IN *

OLD
STORE Sales & Service FOR HAIR CUTTING EXCELLENCE'! FOUNTAIN SERVICE'

BANK'Officers all the 206 W. Madison & US 301 Men Women ChUdrsn.-We Law Kids' A """ '
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Directors & "All the right'parts Starke 9647200 CORPORATIONMark Hw?901 It((Nut: to Fin Hitt'O6473Q3. Computerized Pharmacy
084-7810
127 E. Call Bt. '
right places" SR 21 Keystone Heights' Mullins & Employees .
Staff 155!! W. Arown'9' Rd. 964-6060 BRADFORD UNION MARINE
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WESTERN STEER FAMILY EPPS MOTORS Sales & Service

: Allen's Office Supplies' STARKE LANES l" .lll! I Suranc STEAK HOUSE Used Cars Bonito Royal

and Printing Company l d (tl 440 W. Madison From"01 u. .t Western Steer Quality Glass Stream


Art Supplies Custom Framing Special rain for Church g/eup (Wlnn-Dixle.Shopping( Center) US 964-8061 301 South lll7sal 964-8358 lpeAve. 964-2858 t l

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Winners...

TheM student were winners In the door decorating coated celebrating National Vocational Training Week.
From left to rlgM on the front row Steve llardee.Kevin Hamilton.Todd Hutcbewm,Brandee Moody,Charmln
Wiggins Ricky Taylor Jell Lynd and Abrahm CrUfU.

J In the..,...from left to right Larry green,Kenny Carlton,Wes Moody,Robert Leather.Diane Morgan,Rodney
Aldredge,Jason SUcox and sponsor Greg Alvarez.
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Contestants... Brooker.
These vo tech cosmetology students await Judging for their door decoration celebrating National Vocational Training ..
I Week by Diane Douglas, Paula Register and Theresa Holiday. from 1A
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Student Include)Camel Wood Joyce Coventry Kelly Jackson Betty CrlffU,Jean Vlnaglerre, Shannon Barton the March meeting. Chairman Melvin lead the discus-
Council Chairman Gene Melvin
r Janice Barane and Laurl lUlgendorf. sion of street repairs, outlining
said the council will in Street ..
reorganize Repairs. several locations of deterioration,
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including crumbling pavement near
the Johnny Green business, the
Truby Tetstone place and the
school,and the need for turn-outs to
J HOME ENTERTAINMENT accommodate new homes.
Melvin said he discussed repairs
with four paving contractors, and
received three "ballpark" figures
@ IJ CONCEPTSBradford $5,500, $7,087 and$4,104. The figurescan
only be considered as estimates,
since the work will have to follow
Square Shopping Center Starke, Florida 964-6946 bidding procedures.
Councilman A.B. Adams asked
about budgeted amounts for streets,
and was told road maintenance is
budgeted at $3,000 and road paving,
LIDUIOATIONSONY Does !! $8,000.Clerk Thomas was instructed
Again to review the budget for possible
0 0 0 0 0 0 transfer maintenance of budget.funds into the road

Truck owners Wayne and Danny
Ellis who agreed their large trucks
'may have contributed to the road

Buy: The Best TV limerock damage for volunteered the repairs gratis.to haul

The council agreed to call for bids

in The :f flm!!!; I for the street repairs.

High Water Bill...
For the past several months, Mrs.
House Annie Mae Jones has complainedabout
excessive water bills, which
had increased each month from an
SONY KV-27DS1 average$10.75 per month, until last
27" TRINITRON CONSOLE month,when it escalated to $37.
STEREO MONITOR/RECEIVER Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker who in-
stalls water meters and makes
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: Microblack' Trinitron picture tube repairs in his spare time, said he
Dual full-range stereo speakers found a leak on the resident's side of
Stereo broadcast reception -- the meter and made repairs.
Direct video/audio inputs I Davis wanted to adjust Ms.Jones'
NIIIIIIIMIIdUtllp---- water bill downward, but Adams
< op-
SONY KV-2781R Cable-compatible Express Tuning" system
ryyli5giuliiijlju Ir posed on the grounds the adjustment
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27" STEREO TRINITRON' I II, II Auto timer/channel/ block system violates the city's policy, and to do
MONITOR/RECEIVER Unique space-saving console design Payments Of so would set a precedent, making
future requests for adjustments difficult
27" Trinitron\ Microblack tube Sand cabinetry
to turn down
Compact sophisticated consolette ReSALE. $12OO.OO Brooker's policy, similar to other
design PRICED AT municipalities disclaims any
Direct video/audio/ inputs We $4900 responsibility for leaks beyond the
Stereo broadcast reception water meter.
181 Channel cable-compatible Stalnaker said a short section of
?! lOQi- Finance PVC'' pipe was connected to the
Express Tuning" I _.... ..i. ,. FOi'.36'Months UJ, '"ram tip'to" t.the time the meter was installed
"u Auto timer/channel block STAND to preclude the resident
Dark Brazilian Rosewood styling NOT from having to connect a pipe"into
on wood cabinetry INCLUDED "" the meter.' When connecting to the
,;< j\i :..' PVC pipe, a poor connection was
made creating the possibility of a
$9SO EJI leak which materialized several
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Reg.
SALE PRICE 00 i '" \ oa Qa .:Q 35 IJw 7t DIG months ago.Following.
$3 9 III a lengthy discussion
the council voted to approve writingoff
$85O ...... 50 percent of the current bill,
/Mo, 36 Mos. _._._ about$18.Adams.
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exclusive Aperture Grille and full,square-cornered ;T county to either provide a shelter for
QR-10 the quick-response fire and
display emergency truck,or return it to the
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for improved sharpness at corners County Commissioner Wilbur
Stereo broadcasts compatible circuitry with MPfoutput Waters spearheaded the drive to
assign the vehicle to
connector for an optional Sony stereo Video emergency
t Brooker providing the town would
broadcast decoderCableCompatible 7 Special Modes: Slow Quick provide shelter and proper
Express Tuning with quartz- maintenance.The council attemptedto
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I Bradford High Lady Tornadoes End Regular Season with Win Over GHS II



basketball The Bradford team High ended iris Its varsity BUS 72 GHS 60 ed down offensively but continued to day- night, Feb. 10. the second period to cut the lead to court but was tripped by a Keystone I
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season with a 72-60 win the regular The Lady Tornadoes looked greatIn play aggressive defense. North Marion's S.Brown, No. 22, two only to see Keystone move away guard. Apparently the official was
over Gainesville on road the first half and shot 44 percent GUS made a grat run in the third was everywere. She scored 12 points to a 30-19 lead at the half. not in a position to make the call and ,

night Feb. 14. High Tuesday from the floor to win 72-60 over quarter to cut the BUS lead to 51-50. In the first quarter. It was M> before In the third period BHS made the pass went down court as time '

The win gives the BUS Gainesville High on the road Tues However, BUS was able to get GUS's BUS got its first shot and 14-0 when another run and was able to trim the ran out, said Coach Slater.

possession of second girls sole day night. Feb. 14. big tall scoring machine Nicole the Lady T's finally scored. At the score at 34-all only once again to see rodrordrWoh. 1sy r II II MKoyrtono
District 5-3A place in GUS won 46-41 in the first game.GHS's Welcome in foul trouble and the BHS half it was 39-14. N.Marion. Keystone cut away. The Lady Tornadoes MIoJi 7 II 41rodfor
competition with an five was able to establish itself in the "On this tried but ( ....h' Monk WIHtaM 7-./.-... Honor*
Nicole Welcome scored 26 night, North Marion could not cut the .
11-3 record, the highest a BUS team fourth utlof 4-f/M. Dm* M.rr... 1-4/4-4. 4orto Conv
has ever finished. points in both games. quarter outscoring GHS would have beaten anybody in our lead to less than five points until 12 *. .. 4-l/l-t.: MM**. ari M l-O-l, AvrKta WUIrornl
The win But Bradford's Monic Williams 18-10. BUS made 8-of-ll free throws district." said Coach Slater.In seconds left in the game when BHS 4-0/1... I""...J.ck.M ,..-.. Tctatai a-./1.-...
put the BUS girls back on in the 4th quater to put the game the second half BUS able cut it to 5052. ..,...- Hlhi' Hop Ante...11.-.. Cork ttrtctlond
poured in 30 was to
the winning track with a 17-8 season points Tuesday night away.Defensively. With three seconds left '.1/7-14. ...| K..|.. .-./-.. lour.. 0...
record after two straight losses really getting back her scoring eye outscore North Marion 31-26 for Evette : : Oromor ./'-'. ....... .lrm.M"..
home5250 to at since being hit in the eye last week. the Lady Tornadoes some respect said Slater. .Covington stole a KH pass at mld"u: : 4/M-il.
Keystone High and "Mo played a strong game, said Coach "We did --
65-45 to North Marion. played the kind of offensive not play that poorly.
game we expect of her. It was goodto Slater. BUS was able to slow down North Marion played that well. It's a

Dist. Tourney.. see her back in form"said Coach GHS's Welcome and also shut off the shame we could not go up to their 1t.
Slater. GHS outside game. Kendra Butler level," said Coach Slater.rodfordWoh .

BHS, currently 18-8, Is second in Plus BUS got balanced scoring. and Dana Norman forced turnovers 40 201 .. !
District 5-3A standings. Evette Covington scored 12 points, by GHS at critical times during the Monh Morion Hloh M 17 14 O 44
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High of Gainesville second half. hl Monte WllllMM "" -II. KondrouMor
to was Annette Simmons and Aurilla .../.-.. ..... Mormon "I''-'. loon Co.-
play Bradford High in the BHS Williams scored 10 points each. MM.e HI1k. ii 10 t it .. 7t rn.ron 1-1/1-4._ Ibnmon. ..2'.... A.....
gym Wednesday Feb. 15, in the first Aurilla Williams also had 27 re- CMnomlMoHkjIi. 11 14 II 10 Wnrdlord WlllloM' 14-1. I..... Jodtoon 14/1-4. ToMlu14III1.44. ,
Mfhi Monte WlllrM. ll.l-l/o-M. ... .. .
round of the District 5-3A Girl's bounds, Evette Covington 22 and .otter M/14, 0..,. Mormon ,...-., loom Covlngton, Horth Mortonl I. .
4rown 11.7/7"
Basektball Tournament. The first Monic Williams 10 to keep posses- 44/1-11,Annotto 15.' _...-./.-...Au lI.WI1l..... 0.'_...-... ...__.4-t/l-ll.- .T.Johnioii.......,_ l-O-l.101.
round is played at various district sion of the basketball and BHS 1-4/7-lt. A.. .... Willi...,. '-0... h'.,., L._.. ,..-.. Y.H. *. t-0-.. D......... '+..
schools.If 17,2.Ilnafl.o.I..WII. r...... lt7to4.Keystone.
dominated the boards in the last H4hi. K. IriKo ""1-II. M.Lon.llor
they win, the Ladies travel to three minutes of the game. ..".-,. HkoU W>fc.iM 104/4.14, 1. o.............4.11. .
Ocala Vanguard High for the re- The Ladies started strong, takinga K. "'.- ..-"..-.. TMO.III' ''.11/2''''. 52 BUS 50

maining District Tournament Feb. 25-21 first quarter lead, mostly on This "t ;
was a physical
very by
16-18 at Ocala game
will face GHS Vanguard High. BHS the inside play of Evette Covingtonand N.Marion 65 BUS 45 both teams, with each team going at
again in the
finals in Ocala. The semi- Aurilla Williams. At the half North Marion came to BUS ready each other on the board and out front
will be championship BUS was up 4535. Dana Norman hita to prove they were better than their with their defenses, said Coach
game played Saturday night, 23-foot, three point basket as the 7-6 District 5-13A record showed, and Slater.
By the rules of the Florida High buzzer ended the first half. NM put a 20-point whipping on the Down 16-12 at the end of the first
School
Athletic Association. In the second half J Imf fh |Il'lIIm ,cool Lady Tornadoes, winning 65-45 Fri- quarter. BHS made a run early in rd.rta I



I BHS's 9-3 District Mark Good for 2ndThe {Y I



Bradford High varsity basket- Feb. 10, at Santa Fe High. 0.1-l/MO. K.vln, Finch 1-0/1-4, C5.d.w./ the fourth period,said Coach Cuminings. ,.,
ball team won two of three games "/''-4.Ctem.1.. ......,IJ/J-4.,.,.1.,2'.2-' /38-II. I,
this week to its _011...-.. Hlhl J run season record to The Season Goal... .rMUf .-./.-... ...... '."/4.'. tr.4. ..,t.. They played better played us a I' I ,
18-6 and to remain second in District The goal of Coach Rowland Cummings 1.11.-.. .... ICkmldt "12U... l...,..... tougher game," Coach Cummingssaid. ; I
5-3A play with a 9-3 record. is to win 20 games this season. ..If... Worn. Cwiraln I...-.. NI... ......1124.DmM Pedro Carter and Eugene Blye I
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Tornado cagers went 91-65 by Mid- Minimi04., Ml! line l-l/J-4. T.MI,.. each scored 17 and Wendell I
To do that BHS must win both of its ....,/..-... points,
dleburg High on the BUS floor Tues two remaining regular season Hudson and Harold Chandler 10 .\ ( I
day night, Feb. 14. The BHS five lost games. Palatka 86 BIIS 71 point each. ,

85-71 against the 7th ranked Palatka BUS travels to Hamilton County A badly played second quarter at .rodford Moll 14 |4 14 It 41 l
High five in Palatka last Thursday, in ( the same time the 7th ranked Class onto*High 17 IJ 10 II 41radtord ... I I ..
High Jasper today Thursday, .. ,
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District 5-3A leader Ocala VanguardIn home court led to an 86-71 loss for the 44-I4. ....... L... .-".., H.r.ld Ch...dl.. Top Shot...
: Bradford 4-J/l-IO. Train llyo I-I/M. ....,I. Iholllold BIIS .bottt", Wllliama .. tiown
its final regular season game. High cagers. 01001.,...... If..oIOloU.tonro guard Monjque shouting for two points
I, : "It was probably one of the worst r* HI.... Dome Wrlokt, 1-1/4-11. Konriy galnit Keystone llelghta.fhe .
". < BHS 91 Middleburg 65 quarters we've played all season," W..51.. ..".-.. lei! rtoklnim./ -".-., ,...,Malay Lady Tornadoes have been close to the 2A power (the Lady Indian" were
I !III' said Coach Rowland Cummings. 1.I/1-1. Dorroll. TlmborMi .-"...., ....... .......
,. Bradford High started slowly BUS off to '. /'-'.Or04......-.11..,Donny...M....0I41.ToMlu 2A state flnallU bat leajon) In a pair of game this season but have fallen Just
got a good on-the-road
., Tuesday night Feb. 14, against Mid- ''.'71I1-U. short of a win.
start and had the
dleburg High but once the Tornado Palatka's home
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of the t'taJ scoring games v.BUS of was up by eight points at one
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Braddy, to 20 points. Braddy scored quit. Palatka won the second period
36 points in the first game with 30-13. BUS did a very poor nsthe with CONCEPTSBradford

Starke, which BHS also won. its man-to-man defense second

Chandler was outstanding in every period, said Coach Cummings.
phase of the gameshooting the BUS hustled in the second half, but Square Shopping Center Starke 964-6946

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BHS Tennis Season Opens Feb. 21The I With Approved Credit q I'3-'- Sleep ON-Screen Timer Menu Selections


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I Recruiting Season Went Fine, UF Coach Galen Hall Tells Local QB ClubCoach


Galen Hall regaled the was installed as president of the be rewarded by an all-expense paid Mississippi State in Tampa this
Starke Gator Quarterback Club for -- Starke Gator Quarterback Club for trip to the Tampa game UF faces! year.
nearly an hour Friday night,Feb.10, \
talking with ease and answered all 1989.Rip and Carol O'Steen planned the
questions the fans wanted to ask banquet and Rip was master of Join the "Yo Yo" Team for Christ
about the University of Florida foot- ceremonies Friday night.
ball team. O'Steen recognized the outgoing t Sewing for Souls
Appearance of the UF head football officers: President Hazel (Hustling
coach is the highlight of the year 4 Hazel) Hardy, Vice-President
for the Starke Gator QuarterbackClub. Jc Wayne McLeod, Secretary Melba Items are created from these yo-yo's
It Is also the beginning of the (Moving Joints) Johnson, and
and sold In Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop.
banquet season for the UF coaching Treasurer Marty (Money Bags) .
staff, said Coach Hall, who was due 9 Barry. Funds are used to help ones In need.
to appear at the Jacksonville Gator Joining O'Steen as officers for 1989 Material Is supplied through clothing
Quarterback Club the following are Vice-President George Pierce ministry.
night. Secretary Della Rosenberg, and Anyone or Groups
Over 150 persons attended the annual Treasurer Nancy Norman. Welcome
banquet at the Starke Golf and Marty Barry won the membership Interested? Call 964-7109 or 964-5898
Country Club, ate steaks catered by rontest with 10 new members.She'll
the Western Steer Steakhouse, and
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listened to Coach Hall recount the
19X8 football season comment on the tc
recruiting season, and answere any JfH NOTICE
and all questions.
The final question was: Will John
David Francis ever get a scholar- U PUBLIC WORKSHOPS FOR
ship? "John David is very close to
getting a scholarship. I just haven't LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
talked to him yet," Coach Hall
Francis will "-- .
competitionfrom
replied. get T --- -- -
a new kicker just signed, but
goes into the fall practice in the Fans Greet UF Coach Galen Hall... minimum of
Bradford County will hold a
number one position Hall said. Gator Coach Galen Hall is grrrtril by f.in Leonard Register u fornurIIIIS
On recruiting: football coach,and Is shaking handy with an iiiiiilriitirird Gator. fan two public workshops to consider Land
"I think we signed well I disagreewith
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after the Head Gator talked to the Marke Gator Quarterback(lub.
the press that we didn recruit for
well." UF signed top players Including Development/Subdivision Regulations
three from out of state he
future development in Bradford County on
said. sky-high. Then l injuries cripped the Coach!fall.

recruiting"You really year don't is, for know two how or good three a team. The injuries went much fur- On Coach Propisition Hall said 42.he..doesn't feel lest Feb. 27, 1989, and March 27, 1989, both at

years.Emmett We Smith's really class don't Is.know.., they're where ther bowl than to fans win thought.at Kentucky to go to scores should should enter predict college whether or not.a student But- 7:00 p.m., in the Commissioners Room,
a and did win.Then UF beat Illinois
just beginning.
he favors raising standards, and
Coach Hall pointed out UF has to in the Ail-American bowl favors Bradford County Courthouse.The .
Prop. 42. "It puts college
univer- Of 17 UF seniors, 16 every
recruit against "two state are "
sities with very outstanding years" graduating,Coach..Hall pointed out. On on the the 1 p same.m. opener.playing...field. proceedings will be forwarded to final
On UF The UF Future
strength:
"We're not back to full strengthyet The future looks very, very good ven A five the UF year stadium survey has is !:tierpro: 4- hearings to be held by the Bradford County
," said Coach Hall, who said he for the Gator football team, Coach
really hated to relate that to the two- said. ty p.m.increases than at as 1 p.m.the afternoon because humidllIall wearson Zoning Board and the Board of County
year sanctions which limited UF to Starke native John David Francis Coach Hall said.
75 scholarships, but that is the case. will start the season as the number The announcement of a 1 p.m. Commission before adoption.The .
UF lost to Mississippi State and one punter. The injured players will this fall
opener resulted in a lot of
Vanderbilt last year. "Those are two be back groans from the audience. public is invited to attend and give
games I hope we don't lose again. It is difficult to know how many
.We're" a better football team than freshmen will be red-shirted. The Hip Takes Over... input into this legislative process.
that. UF team is to the now
getting depend C.E.(Rip) O'Steen, (Mr. Gator)
UF was hot as the 19118 season that it doesn't have to on
administrator of Bradford
started. UF beat a good LbU team freshmen to play on the varsity, Hospital
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t Blanding on Highway 16 will in- grounds and displays of heavy families to Blanding on visits to
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f;:jl.IJ Memorial Should Attract Plenty of Visitors 'llikU \

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{ of the Florida National story frame structure, known as the establish a quality World War II to donate them for future display. _I' a e
Guard for WWII service Blood- "guest house" during WWII, for use library for research and enjoymentof "We have identified all units that
' worth said. Estimated cost of the as the museum. It Is one of the few the general public," Bloodworthsaid. were stationed at Camp Blanding s
f overall plan is $185,000, with some buildings of the WWII era remainingat We also plan to provide during the war, and have attended
work performed by National Guard Blanding. educational programs and information some of their reunions," Bloodworthsaid.
training units, such as paving and The first floor of this building will to civilians, soldiers civic "All have shown deep interest ,
engineering site work. The local VI- become an exhibit area for WWII artifacts groups, and schools." in the project and have offered their
Tech Center will help with construction and will Include uniformed Bloodworth was assisted in help in seeing it through."
of the lagoon, and personnel mannequins, posters arms equip- presenting the program at Rotary The public is invited to join the ,
from the Department of Correctionswill ment, and other memorabilia by Sgt. Major Rodney P. Hall who isserving Camp Blanding Museum and g
assist with the landscape design related to the war story at Blanding.The as temporary part-time Historical Association. Membership
and implementation, Bloodworthsaid. upper floor will contain offices, curator of the museum in assembling is open to all Individuals and
a library WWII literature, and and recording items that are organizations interested in preserving -
Since the museum and park will be space for exhibit preparation.We already being contributed for the history of U.S.Army involve ,
of interest and benefit to the entire want the museum complex to display. They encouraged persons ment in World War II. Tax deduct! . e .
State,the Florida Legislature will be be more than just a place for visiting with World War II artifacts Including -
asked to provide $100,000 for veterans and their families important '
rehabilitating and adapting' a two- as that is. But we intend to. ,.photographs uniforms, ,and regimental other items insignia See Page 7B _ _ _ _ _ _L._ _

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On Combat Workshop Drug ProceduresSanta Alcohol Set W' >iiz-Dix


Fe Community College's of- f
fice of Business, Industry and
Government Services is offering a
workshop titled, "Combating Drug
and Alcohol Abuse in the ;
Workplace," on February 21 from 9 i
to 4:30: p.m. at the Florida Farm
Bureau. '; GOLD KIST

The program, taught by Tom =-
Galloway and Mark Wise, will ad- iOUNG-N
dress the implications of the Drug PRICES. GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: '
Free Workplace Act which became a STARKE reNDER=
law tit WALNUT 8T.-BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE: H4-I913
November 18, 1988. It will also
examine the power today's R fNG .GRADE 'A'WHOLE
organizations possess to combat CHrCKE
drug and alcohol abuse in the :
workplace.
Nurses who complete the
workshop will earn 7 contact hours
towards the Florida Board of Nursing fRYERS
educational requirements.Thereis CHARGE
a $59 fee. Registration if limited.
Call Judy Kryznski at 3955312. ATE YOUR __


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band to perform at the Spirit of the
Suwannee Park. The concert in the
music building will begin at 7:30 .
on Friday, Feb. 24. '
p.m. .
The Spirit of the Suwannee is $297 I '
almost 'home' to River Grass. The .
I band located in Folks ton, visits the LB. o -JI'lfr
park for jam sessions several timesa
year and appears on stage at least _
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I Lawtey Man Gets Prison Sentence for Dili-Manslaughter I

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A 25-year-old Lawtey man was years in prison for DUI- Kevin Michael Wagner was charg-! Sheppard, 21, of Lawtey. Sheppard, was thrown through the windshieldand his release from prison. Wagner's
sentenced Monday to serve five manslaughter ed June 9 in the death of John David a passenger In Wagner's vehicle. killed when the 1975 Oldsmobile license was suspended for three
I' fire and burned
hit two trees,caught years.
early in the morning about four Pending in traffic court is another
miles west of Lawtey on CR-225. DUI charge against Wagner.August
HOME FINANCING Sheppard was dead at the scene. 28 he was involved in a second acci-
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE Two other passengers in the vehicle dent with minor injuries. A 1977
were treated and released from Dodge pickup, driven by Wagner,
Purchase. Refinance or Construction Bradford Hospital. Wagner was struck the rear of a vehicle attemp--
Conventional. F.H.A. and V.A. ALL, MEN'SCLOTHING 'I 4) charged with driving under in- ting a right turn into a private
[ fluence-manslaughter. driveway on SR-16. Wagner's blood
Fixed Rate or Adjustable JS- &* PRICE Wagner pled guilty to the charge alcohol content was .21 percent, according
last month and was sentenced Feb. to the Florida Highway
Gainesville Mortgage Co., Inc. 13 by Judge Benjamin Tench to Patrol.
RIGHT TURN MENS WEAR serve five years in the Departmentof According to the Board of Reviewfor
Corrections followed by five years the Department of Florida
HAROLD K. DAVIS Ph. 964-3739 432 N.Temple Ave. Starke 964-6795 1 probation. The court will consider Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles,
Licensed Mortgage f'==f Located Longchamp Homes terminating the probation if a drug if found guilty of the DUI,Wagner's
Broker iuiifezjt.... Bldg.. US 301 S. Starke alcohol program has been successfully driver's license will be permanently
cotort at the time of revocated.


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Bradford CountyThe

following individuals were ar-
rested in Bradford County by local
law enforcement officers.

Wilbert Jeffrey, 39, was additionally
charged Feb. 7 with one
count uttering a forgery, and utter-
L13W IN FAT & ing a forged bank check, accordingto
Q\\ \\\\ \\\ \\\ lj u.'s c c: CHOLESTEROL mains Lt. in David custody.Aderholt. Jeffrey re-


David Wayne Ladles, 39, was arrested
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE Feb. 9 on a Pennsylvania
W-D BRAND warrant charging fugitive from

BONELESS BOTTOM SMOKED PORK FRESH ALL SIZE PKGS.SHOULDER Justice County charging and a warrant no fishing from license Levy,

according to Deputy Harvey
GROUND"PICNICS Rhoden. Ladlee remains in custody
under no bond.

James William Atkinson, 37, was
1 HOURS TURKEY arrested Feb. 8 for refusing to sign
8 A.M. citation, according to Lt. Aderholt.
Bond was set at $120.25, he was
TIL released on his own recognizance.

11 P.M.PRICES Roosevelt Green 19,was arrested
Feb.8 on a capais charging dealingin
GOOD stolen property, according to
THURS. Deputy Jason Bennett.Bond was set
WED.
,
at$1,000,he was released on his own
FEB.QUANTITY 16-22 RIGHTS 1989 980 recognizance.
70
sill __RESERVED..
coo o.n,__."-",..__ Traffic
Billy Gene McAlpine,41,of Starke
LB. LB. LB. was arrested Feb. 10 for driving
under influence(DUI),according to
Lt. Winston Barber. McAlpine'sblood
alcohol content was .15 per-
cent. He was released after a $500
surety bond was posted.

W-D FRESH GROUND MILD ITALIAN, HOT
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS PINKY PIG SLICED ITALIAN BEEF or COUNTRY Robert Wayne Tyson, 26, was arrested

EYE ROUND ROAST LB 297 BACON. . . .1Jiz 98 SAUSAGE . LB. $197 1 rest with Feb.violence 12 for,DUI according, resisting to Sgt.ar-
Gerald Hayes. Tyson was found
asleep in the front seat of his car
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I W-D BRAND U.s. CHOICE SELECT LEAN BONELESS with the headlights on and the keysin
.
BONELESS BOTTOM PORK the ignition,said Hayes.Bond was
u. SLICED _SAVE ON _PORK CUBEDSTEAKS set at$1,025, he was released on his

'.. BEEF. LIVER ,.." own recognizance.
SELECI'LEAN' Green,24,was arIa -
.ROUND Timothy Wesley
sI- BOSTON BUTT $-157, i ed Feb. for DUI,according to
r.
070 SELECT PORK LEANBOSTON ROAST.f; I 8267 I I' Ltd$500?:Ad&holt'cash bond He was was posted.released aftera

LB. BUTT LB.
$ jy Eva Searcy Brown, 32, was ar-
CHOICE BONELESS EYE HICKORY SWEET PORK STEAK . La I rested Feb. 9 for driving while
ROUNDS
Q37< BONELESSHAMS PORK license suspended (DWLS), according

STEAK u O . . La $199 FARMSTEAD BONELESS PATTIES . .2., $199! to Patrolman.Mack Short.Bond
COUNTRY STYLE was set at$215.25.Jack
LEAN GROUND ROUND or HUGOS 7fy W-D
CHOPPED $497 COMBINATION 9 $499 FwIIIIIad RIBS CORN $169 Daniel Crawford, 23, of

SIRLOIN . La PIZZA . 4. 1t suE; TI&IMCUT DOGS . . LS. Union County was arrested Feb. 9
for unlawful tag (failure to appear),
6 7 according to Lt. Aderholt. He was
REGULAR $109 HOPPED $89 $2 HARVESTFRESH released after a $120.25 cash bond

BOLOGNA. . 5iz" HAM . . 1a LB. was posted.

Derrill Ray Hoffman, 47, was ar-
II rested Feb. 8 for DUI. Bond was set
-- EVERYDAY
> PRODUCEHARVEST at $500 he was released on his own
RAIGr PRICE
LOW
,,,, recognizance.

Joseph Lee Mitchell, 20, of
ri Alachua was arrested Feb. 9 for
HARVEST FRESH RED
FLAME CHilEANSEEDLESS DWLS,according to Patrolman Gor-
i- don Smith. Bond was set at $120.25,
J I he was released on his own
I I I recognizance.John .

I iLth: : i .' ', L GRAPES David Watterson of Starke
: was arrested Feb.11 for DUI according -
:
; -i.>' 88C to Trooper Donald Dean. Wat-
Ii terson's blood alcohol content was
I : LB.'j .15 percent.He was released after a
E .' $500 cash bond was posted.

Earl T.White 27,of Orange Park
HARVEST FRESH was arrested I+Feb. 12 for no valid
!
driver's license,maintaining a vehi-
D'ANJOUPEARS cle to possess controlled substance,
i possession! of marijuana and posses-
-J g, :. sion of drug paraphernalia, according
J to Lt. John Hodges He was
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COUPON GOOD FEB. i6-22,1989 WHITE SHRIMP .. u' O FILLETS . . La $599 POTATOES. \a. various Sheriffs offices who wiDoperate
NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER anywhere In the State where
WE WILL NOT KNOWINGLY UNDERSOLD WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASE FREE? the problems of the manufactureand
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Union Trucker Dies said Brown. Chickoree of Charlotte, Bradford against Konkel. The case or toys. Always turn the heater off basis under the Volusia County brakes, worn tires and defective
In Accident N. C. gave the name of Gabriel I. in- Is under Investigation at this time. when you are leaving the house. Charter. lighting equipment. In addition, at-
Wed.A stead of Andrew Luke when first tention will be directed to drivers
Union County man died early questioned. He was released after a HSVFD Fire Sheriffs RequestNonPartisan FHP TroopersContinue who would violate the driver license
Wednesday morning when his truck $762.50 surety bond was posted. ReportThe StatusThe License, laws of Florida
and another truck collided near Pro Heilbron Springs Volunteer Vehicle The Patrol has found these check
vidence. Hampton Man Fire Department is into their tenth Florida Sheriffs AssociationFSA Inspections points to be an effective means of enforcing
Glen Cannon of Powell Trailer in TheftA year of service. Since 1979 the ( ) endorsed non-partisan elections Bradford CountyThe the equipment and driver
Park in Lake Butler was dead at the Charged volunteers have responded to 602 for the office of Sheriff at its Florida Highway Patrol will license laws of Florida while Insur-
scene at 7:15: a.m. Feb. 15,according 21-year-old Hampton man was calls. Mid-Winter Conference. The Sheriffis be conducting driver license and ing the protection of all motorists.
to Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. Driverof arrested Feb. 7 for dealing in stolen The total represents 242 structure the chief law enforcement officerin vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
the second truck received minor property after he allegedly stole ir- fires, 219 woods fires and 67 vehicle each county. ing the week of Feb.17 through Feb.
Injuries. rigation pipe from his uncle. fires. 15 runs were to assist Rescue, The consensus of the FSA in endorsing 23 on SR-21, SR-100 SR-130. .....
In the early morning fog two Robert M. Stebbins sold a trailer six calls were for smoke investigation this position was reflected in the SR-16 CR-18, Ch.1O.W 1111 Union CountyThe
limerock trucks leased to Mid load of aluminum irrigation pipe to and 53 were general emergency statement of Tim Dobeck,Sheriff of CR-225, CR-125J....CR-, ".."V Florida Highway Patrol will
Florida Ted Curtis for to calls. Indian River President of be conducting driver license and
Trucking, collided at melting, according County, CR-227.CR-221,'--'IHDII aDd UJI'IIM!
CR-238/245 west of Providence. Ap Lt. David Aderholt and Deputy The department depends on dona- the FSA: "Crime has no political af in Bradford County. vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
parently one of the trucks failed to Barry King. Curtis paid Stebbins tions from you the community. Approximately filiation. Public safety has no Recognizing the danger presented the week of Feb. 17 through Feb.
yield the right of way. $500 for the 108 pieces of pipe which $750 is needed to outfit political affiliation. The respon to the public by defective vehicle 23 on SR-100 SR.121L..SR-231.SR-241,
The accident was worked by was identified as having been stolen each firefighter. While the county sibilities of the Sheriff, good and effective equipment, Troopers will concentrate SR-238 CR-18 CR-237. CR-229,
Florida Highway Patrol. Details from a man (Stebbins' uncle) in helps with insurance and gas, the law enforcement, are too Im- their efforts on vehicles being CR-125 CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
were unavailable at press time. Alachua. 38 pieces of the pipe were department has to pay for the portant to the people to be distractedby operated with defects such as bad 796A in Union County.
recovered, said Aderholt, upkeep and repairs on the trucks, partisan political concerns."
The pipe and trailer is valued at according to Firefighter Joyce The FSA directed its legislative
Man On Bike Struck
$4,500. Alachua authorities say they Cooley. committee to draft legislation for
Remains CriticalA plan to charge Stebbins with grand Any donation would be appreciated consideration by the 1989 Robbie'sBeef
theft. for this important and Legislature to accomplish the
33-year-old Starke man remainsIn Stebbins who is on probation for worthy cause.Donations recommended changes in election
critical condition after being possession of cannabis remains in may be mailed to procedures.At I
struck while on his bicycle Saturday custody of the county jail. Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire the present time, 65 of the 67
Larry Harris apparently rode his Department, P. O. Box 342, Starke Sheriffs in Florida are elected in
bike from the turn area of the me- Lawtey Man AccusedOf 32091. partisan political races. The Sheriff
dian without stopping and was of Dade County is designated the w
struck by a vehicle at US-301 north Molesting BoyA Helpful HintRemember Public Safety Director and is appointed Y Pet Store :
and Market Road, according to 43-year-old Lawtey man has to keep our heaters under the Metro Charter.
Patrolman William Brown. Harris been charged with capital sexual clean. Use them in an open area The Sheriff of Volusia County Is Now in the Wai Mart Plaza 1'1'
suffered multiple trauma to the battery,according to Lt.Tim Martin away from furniture,curtains,walls presently elected on a non-partisan I
head, shoulder and spine, accordingto of the Clay County Sheriff's Office. J GroomingPlease :;
Paramedics Rex Siemer and George Lemuel Konkel is charged r
Freeman Register. Harris was with molesting the boy numerous ( call for appointment)
taken by Rescue to Bradford times from 1975 to 1984 starting
Hospital than by TRAUMA I to when the victim was five old
University Hospital in Jacksonville. said Martin. The incidents occurredIn We
According to the accident report, Middleburg.
there was a strong ordor of alcoholon Konkel,who is employed as a correctional -
Harris. officer at UCI, was arrested Carry
Driver of the 1986 Honda, Andrew Monday at his home by Lt.
Luke Chickoree,22,was arrested for David Aderholt. He remains in the
driving while license suspended, custody of Clay County authorities. Line
false report to a law enforcement officer According to Aderholt, there is a .I
and obstruction by disguise, sexual battery charge pending in .
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The Union County High School and high school entering projects in the entered in twelve categories. Win- Engineering Sponsor Woodlui.-i. t See Page IB for More Science...
Middle School Science Fair projects fair. Entries were divided into ners, by category are: Hydraulics.
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gymnasium, last Tuesday and determine the three best in each bara's Florist Whitehead 3)Travis Riley. ,
Wednesday, February 7 and 8. Over category was carried out throughoutthe perry Hires 2)Stephanle Anderson Environmental Science Sponsor FK
100 students from the two schools day Tuesday. 3)Sherrl Herring.Biochemistry Quail Turf. Bradford
entered projects in the fair. Seventeen from the senior division Sponsor Archer DMike Stanley 2)Angle Devore
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Fair Coordinator, Renae Allen, an- Regional Fair scheduled for March Brown 2)DeannaSparks Sponsor John J. Starke Office
nounced the winners from the senior 2nd and 3rd at Lake City Community 3)David Lehr. Shadd Enterprises.
division at an awards ceremony College in Lake City. Botany Sponsor-QuailTurf.1)Mlchaei DRichard> Mills 2)EHse Aken. 218 S. Walnut St.
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from a sponsor,and the second place Terry Elixson, Tricia Fortner, Eric 3)Andrew Peterson Terry Elixson 2) Tricia Fortner3)Kelly
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display may contact Bloodworthat Discount Memberships will be available ,
964-6870; Hall at Camp Blanding,
533-2268; or bring them to the new through February 28 1989

through armory Friday.at Blanding, Monday Regular Membership Rates will be in

effect after that date.

Camp History...
Camp Blanding is now fifty years 450 West Madison Street
old. It was established in 1939 as a

for state-owned the Florida military National training Guard.The site (between Scotty's & Winn Dixie) WINS HANDS DOWN

Camp was named after Lieutenant
General Albert H. Blanding, a 964-3778
distinguished Florida National
Guard member. During the WITH THESEPRESPRING
mobilization of America's reserve
forces in 1940, Camp Blanding SPECIALS
became a federal installation. Gush & Flush The hands of Mr.Goodwrench In our
service department are skilled and
experienced. They perform _
Prior to its conversion to an Infan- -' \\li t efficiently and professionally to
try Replacement Training Center Tanks I L f' ''. replace your car's brakes when "
(I RTC) In late 1943, dozens and Septic l A 1 I needed, to tune the engine or '.'."
dozens of major army units, com- r I transmission, to properly maintain
prising hundreds of thousands of .
the enUre vehicle. Mr. Goodwrenchalso
personnel, trained at Camp Blan- 121 East Raiford ,
ding. Included were a Cavalry Regiment Highway uses genuine CM parts to keeps, '
Tank Destroyer Battalions, your CM car or light truck In quality'
Field Artillery Brigades and : condition. '
Regiments, Engineer Regiments, .. '" i When Mr. Goodwrerich does your,
Medical and other specialist troops, service.work.you're a winner too!
many Infantry Regiments and nine Fill Dirt Soilor
Infantry Divisions ((1st 29th 30th, 18 yds. $60/Load Top
31st,36th,43rd,63rd,66th,ancI79th). Sand

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I het. & ENGINE TUNE I I )ltn.I BRAKE I II
For most of 1944 and 1945, a very Backhoe Work ReplacingDrainfield
large percentage of the soldiers sent I SERVICE SPECIAL I I 'OVERHAUL I,

combat to replenish units the trained ranks at of Camp America's Blan- I .. I I Includes Turning Drums &Rotors I

ding's Infantry Replacement Train- .I f 9 5 I I 4-Whecls Slightly Higher, I
Ing Center. Further, the camp was 4 Cyl .4 : .I
the site of the 2800-bed hospital, a 0 'Fishponds Dug Umerock I & 1 1
reception center a German Also AvailablegOO 1 6Cyl 1 I ,1.15995 ''I, ,I II
and at Slightly'
Prisoner of War Compound .
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the war's end, a separation center.It I Less
I Coupon 1989 I I Coupon good through March.'1089' I

is envisaged Chat the planned 1 _good_ _through_ _March_ _ 1 I _ _ _ _
museum complex will commemorate .
that Important part of - -------1 - --------.1
Camp Bfc 'J's history during the : )t. ;]CUBE OIL a )wG, ALIGNMENTS
period from 1940 through 1945. I I I II
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,,. Planned Feb. 25 Reunion for WWII ,: Gal. Tank< 375: Sq.' Ft. ,?: 1 I Most Cars !1495 1; I; t4995 3 "II ';I II .


},130th\\'I R Rodney Infantry P. Hall Is present coor- :"(}t. Drauifi'eld 1> '"-" ,- ,30'Miiun! :. <;t' : I i Coupon good_ _through_ _Match._ ..., _1989_ i,I i -Coupon_ good through March1088_ I I

approximate? : !!t' V'Jj" *, :t't .. 1,;. ';: ::: .'.\ :> : <
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'' These veterans are members of ,.:;.\,: ;"'''';<'': ,;; :.;< *-f't\
f" Division, which AL Oi -
the 30th Infantry
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Western Front".The 30th Infantry Greg
431-1941 WELLS
trained deployed at overseas.Camp Blanding They par-and Owner ORIAN v ,

ticipated in the Normandy Invasion *;
and,fought their way to Berlin, 431-1710 (Home) CHEVROLET-OLDSM' B LE: .

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1'ltgt'MIS TKI.K: <;ilAl ll,TI.MKS&MONITOR.-.B SECTION February 16, 1989
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I Union Science Winners Named IIa "'"

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by Joe Gissy by Jon Fletcher. category entered at the fair and the
The Middle School held a science Winners of these divisional sponsor, are:
fair in conjunction with the High awards received plaques in recognition Behavorlal and Social Science: I'
School science fair Tuesday and of their achievement. sponsor-Florida State Prison :,
Wednesday February 7 and 8. Employees Club. Michelle 'f t
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Fair... Loperena 2)Brett Handley 3)Geneva
Over 100 projects were on displayin Regional \I.
the middle school gym both days. Eighteen Middle School students Padgett. .
from the two schools. Sixty three en- will be taking their projects to the Botany,sponsor-Quali-Turf) ct
trants were submitted for judging regional fair, schedculea for March ris.Brady 2)Lee) Thomas 3)Kathy Har- \ \\ .y"IJ ;
from the junior division. 2 and 3 at the Lake City Community
The junior division comprises entrants College at Lake City. Chemistry, sponsor-Andrews ( \
from the 6th, 7th and 8th Each entrant going to regionalwas Drugs. DGunivere Adams 2)Sharon) \,
grade science classes of the middle presented a rosette ribbon for Peterson 3)Raul Periera. Also III
Moni-
school. their achievement. receiving honorable mention, \
que Chastain and Chanda Stanley. ....- ..........--..---.-- -
Judging was done Tuesday Wednes-, and Handley From ,the Cheryl eighth Dewees grade, Melanie, Brett Gail Earth Bartlett-Daniel and Space Science Crapps sponsor-Realty. Top Science Fair Winners, Senior Division, Union County...

winners day morning were at an announced awards ceremonyat Knight, Tracey Parrish, David DBen Rosinski 2)Richie The Best Overall'entry In the Union County Science (left) "Finding Trace Element Composition in Union
the high school auditorium. Keller and Mark Dukes will go to Yargbrough. Fair Senior Division;was a project by Keith Chastain County Soil Using NAA".
regional.Seventh grade students going Engineering. sponsorRoscoeSeay (center)entitled"A Two Year Study of Shore Parallel Best Physical Science entry was by Fran Gonzalez
Eighth grade science teacher to regional are Michelle and Sons Timber. 1>Jon Flet- Breakwaters". (right) entitled "Polarlmetry".
Terry Seahorn and seventh grade Loperena, Lee Thomas, Sharon cher 2)Robert) Smallwood 3)Jaime) Best Biological Sciences entry was by Mike Stanley,
science teacher Jeff Means were Peterson and Gerald Cerdan, and Libbert.
coordiantors for the junior division ,sixth grade regional participantsare Science.
fair. Gail Bartlett is science teacherfor Frin Brady Guinevere Adams, Environmental Science, sponsor- .. from page TB
the sixth grade. Ben Rosinski, Jon Fletcher, Lyola Quali-Turf. DCheryl) Deewees ditional $75 from the Farmers and Composition in Union County Soil
Seay, Rachel Reed, Karrie Biellingand 2)Lydia) Seay 3)Melanie) Knight. top three overall projects. Best Dealers Bank. Using NAA.
Awards... Lucas Ward. Honorable mention: Gerald Cerdan. In second place overall, and best
overall Keith Chas
project was by
Medicine and Health, sponsor- Biology, Mike Stanley received the The third place entrant overall,
in four
awards were given lain, entitled "A Two Year Study of
Special
Brian Decker DMD. DTracey) Par- Superior Achievement award,a cerand best Physics, was Fran Gon-
categories: division Fair Awards... rish 2)Racjlel Reed 3)Philip) Shore Parallel Breakwaters" Keith tificate and a calculator from the zalez, whose project titled,
Overall in the junior received the Achieve-
Best Awards to the three top Lagasse. Honorable mention Angie Distinguished his "Polarimetry"" received the
Parrish. She will were given : ment award, leather briefcase Navy Recruiter, for project
fair was Tracey a
from the LBMS entrants in each of ten categories.First Forister and Sarah Decker. titled. "Flndtnz; Toe Element Meritorious Achievement award.
award and ad
receive a $25 from the Navy Recruiter. an
second and third place win- Microbiology. 2)Candie) Williams. -
Science Club in addition to her other -- -- -- ---
ners received a trophy for their Physics. sponsor-Spires IGA
awards. Science was awarded achievement. In addition, each first Store. DLucas Ward 2) Maek Dukes FOREMOST- PRICE-WISE
Best Physical FLORIDA TWIN
to Jon Fletcher, Best Biological place winner received a$25 gift from 3) Clay Peacock. Honorable mention Sale,
Science went to Rachel Reed, and a the sponsor and second place win- Pati! Bielling. Starke 964-5451 fffU .hf' J. Prices
Naval Science Meritorious Award, ners received a gift certificate from Zoology{ sponsor-Clarks Meats.
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three winners of each 3)Danielle Haltam. s/16
and senior projects, was won top
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Middle School Science Fair Winners...

Judging of entries In the Middle School Science Fair was completed
Tuesday, Jan. 31. Winners were announced Tuesday night, and awards
presented. Winners are pictured above l-r):
Front row,sitting:Jonathan Smith Robert Matronl,Cassandra Janis
j Bethany Lee, Jason Carver, Charlie Gardner, Lena Cason and Stephen
' McLeod.
Kneeling In middle row: Billy Kyle. Angle Baldree Bobble Westcott
Stephanie Sellers Cory Wright Shannon Safer Molly O'Neal Shawn
: Wolf Josh Hauger, Renee Burgin and Natlssa Mullis.
r*Standing! In back: Science Teacher and Fair Chairman Frank Abdulla,
Whalen Greg Marshal Julie Starling Melanie Trimble Sherle
Patterson, Amle Griffls. Amy King Tara Graudons Jennl Glisson
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Melanie Mines. Holly Hatcher.Jimmy Parado and Science Teacher Mrs.
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Lawtey Community School Science Fair Winners...

The Lawtey Community School held Its first Science Fair Thursday,
Feb. 2, In the school cafeteria. Mrs. Lisa Kelly, science teacher, was
chairman of the event. Pictured above are the award winners.
Front row(l-r): Shannon Patrick Dana Wilkison, Mist!Padgett,Carla
Sheering, Stephanie Traylor and Heather Sapp.
r>. !iidrTOW! : Fair Sponsor and Science Teacher Lisa Kelly Wendie
Rosier' Shane Griffin Toni Griffis, Mark King and Heidi
Sapp.
Back row: Theresa Juchnlewlcz. Sheila
Harvey Tonya Tatum David
Starling James Wilkinson Gerald Clark and Peter Juchnlewlci.
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tracted about 350 entires in 12
categories, and was held Tuesdayand ISfljjit ijtiniMminimum
Wednesday, January 31 -
February 1 in the Middle School

Gym.Judging. was done on Tuesday,and depositof
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awards were announced that even-
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gym. 9 000/0 864 /
Students from all over Bradford

County the projects had an Wednesday opportunity, before to view the 270 to 540 days 95

projects were dismantled Wednes- Annual Percentage Yield Current RateCompounded
interest
day evening.The simple
most outstanding projects minimum deposit $1000 Monthly
overall were, in first place, Molly
O'Neal, second place Jimmy
Parado, and third place Jonathan
Smith.:
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Greg Marshal, and third Eric Todd. Amount Annual
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Whalen, first; Charlie Gardner, se-
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Zoology awards were won by Tara
Graudons, first, Melanie Hinds, se- $SO.OOO to$74.999 9.10% 3.74%
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The Environmental category win- $2S.ooo to$49.999 9.0S% 3.69%

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Shawn Wolf, second; Jonathan
Ferguson, third.In .
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went to Bobbie Westcott, second _
place to Jason Canova and Amy
King, a tie, and third place was minimum deposit 25,000 compounded month -Rate paid 2.8-89
shared by Angle Baldree, Cory
Wright, and Alena Cason. Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
Behavorial .winners are; first,
Molly O'Neal; second Steve
McLeod; third, Natisha Mullis.
Medicine and Health winners are: $1JOOO and over 8.660/0 8.340k
first, Amy Griffis; second, Sherrie
Patterson; third, Cassandra Jarvis. $50,000 to$74.999 8.41% 3.10%
Engineering awards went to Julie
Starling, first and Josh Hauger se- $2S.000 to$49.999 8.16% 7.37%
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Earth Science had a first place
winner, Stephanie Sellers, and
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winner Microbiology is Tim Manning.In Melanie. Trimbleis CD where the more you deposit, the more interest you earn. account opening] by mail. Just complete the attached coupon

first l Jennifer Glisson second, and The Liquidity Plus Money Market Account brings total and mail it with your deposit to any of the offices listed, and

Billy Biochemistry Kyle third.In ,Shannon Safer is liquidity including check writing privileges. Interest rates we'll do the rest. .

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Jason Garver judged worthy in the )7-aay moving average of the Federal Funds Rate, Plus, 1 t

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OPPORTUNITIESOWN FOR SALE / VES 'JOS N. Temple. Stork.
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High school Exchange European Student Scandinavian YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE to the Bradford County THREE BEDROOM HOME for sale by [ Cecelia lte ar
In arriving Telegraph office In writing and paid In owner, 1 bath frame home on 3.83
American August. Become a host family for STORE. CHOOSE FROM Jean/sport-, advance unless credit Is already acres In Storke. Lots of pecan trees. ....HOMES....
Call Intercultural 1-800-SIBLING.Student Exchange. swear, ladles, men's sizes, childrenmaternity established with this office. $34.500. 9645654. 4tchg 1/26-2/16 BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE 60' on water 1055'deep, with an elegant 2336 s.f.
CASH FOR YOUR MORTGAGES fcon If dancewear/aeroblc large bridal, petite, THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN-Wllh 3 brick 2 story home built In 1985. 4 BR, 3 Bo, fireplace with wood Insert 2
you lingerie or RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 2 Bath frame, only 35000. kitchen with astonishingview
receive payments accessories store. Add color Bedroom CHSA units, formal dining room, dinette area In an
on a onaly.II.Brand
mortgage or CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-B878 and tile floors 2 car dock with covered I
contract for deed call ui for discounted names: Liz Claiborn., Heallhtex. laundry ,room carpet garage
co.h offer. Chaus Lee THE TELEPHONE. PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR from. homeon entertainment 2 electric boathouses, 2 dressing rooms, Ig. workshop I
Call toll fr.. St. Mlchele) Forenio. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY NOON Remodeled area
1-800-343-93I6. 6tpd 1/19.2/23 2 acres. new carpet water softener concrete patlol I Only $225,000 I
Bugle Boy L.vl.) Camp Beverly Hills
prior to Thursday publication. screened porch deck I
SOUTHERN fireplace, Blvd. 3 BR/lBa cent heat window
HOME EQUITY CORP Organically Grown Lucia over 2000 Classified display deadline Is TUESDAY KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence CB carpet
Statewide service on second mortgage others Or $13.99 one price designer 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display $39.500.RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8B7B air stove, refrlg DW 2 ceiling Ions, fenced back yard nice lot walk to I
loons $3,000 to 750000. Homeowners multi-tier pricing discount or family placement is NOT Guarantesd. LARGE THREE BEDROOM 1 Vt' baths, cement schools, $ 38.000.
use your equity for debt consolidation shoe store. Retail prices, unbelievable Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS block house In Starke, AC CH, [ LAWTEY NW 99th Ave, 2/1 1/4 bath, office space, LR. DR. kit., newly
room additions, Improvements and for top quality shoes normally priced words for $3.50. then 15 cents for fireplace 10% down. 33600. ,renovated CHSA ext. steel doors hot water recovery unit 1 acre I
large purchases. Slow credit accepted. from $19 to $60. Over 250 brands, 2600 each word thereafter. $1 billing charge 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF secluded. $ 38.000.1
Fast friendly service on rural and urban styles $18,900 to $29,900: Inventory will be add.d to each CHARGED BY OWNER 3 BR 1 bath house on Rd. REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 3 BR. 1 Ba frame, fenced yard $ 16,000 I
property. Brokers, ask about our training fixtures, airfare, grand openIng classified/ ad.CARS 100-A (Griffls Loop). On 1 acre, front HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame,3 BR. 2 Ba CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45,000 I
correspondent lender program. Please etc. Can op.n 15 days. Mr. and back porch carpet throughout PINEBREEZE SUB BR 1 '/> bo. brick CHSA 100x109 lot $ 40,000 I
call Jacksonville 448-0044 tall fr.. Loughlin (612)) 8884228. Itpd 2/9 stove refrlg., dishwasher. Window air N.W. eSlh AVENUE 3 BR, 1 bo 5 acres $ 75,000 I
1-800-823-0250. Licensed Mortgage 1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal- TRUCKS, VANS units. Utility with washer/dryer hook. FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Stark., 3 I
Brokerage Business 6821 South point WOLFF tanning beds. SlenderQueit 27950. Call after 6 p.m., BR/lBa 70-yr-old home. CHSA. 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility I
Dr. N., Jacksonville 32216. fcan Passive Exercisers. Call for FREE color 1974 CORVETTE with Mops, rebuilt 350 up. REDUCEDS 1<10.000 I
9644430. 964-B970. 9648705. TFo| track I
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MOVING Don't rent a truck 1 Our catalogu. Save to 50%. engine, automatic trans., AC PS, PB, ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR 3 full baths I two I IV
MOVEX system Is great! You load. W. 18008353826. fcan 9645812.PW. Rec.ntly TFceATTENTIONGOVERNMENT painted. $6500 neg. from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax. pro. baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2Vi acres with sprinkler system sunbathing I
haul Licensed You unload You save money I AMUSEMENT VENDING company train- SEIZED perty. Repossessions. 602.B38.BBB5. decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully land.cap.d.ASSUMABLE I
Movers Credit cards I Infer Ing. Earn $400-$800/week. Start immediately
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motion 180087MOVEX. fcan Cash required. VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes, ext. GH3493. 4tpd MTG. Let us show this to you today!
FOR INFORMATION ON ZERO COUPON $8600-123,000. Serious Inquiries. Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers LAWTEY-10 from.ACRES. 14x50 3 1984 BR.mobile 2'bath.home, :2 AFFORDABLE AT $53.000i 1023 E. Call St., 3BR 1 'It bath, CHSA. cable ready |
high yielding corporate bonds or OTC 80.462.3727fcan Guide 602-838-8885 ext.. A3493. 4tpd story stove, refrlg., 1596 s.f., opprox.. /. acre lot.
44x28 shelter with 16x16 storage, attached
stocks, contact Patrick Colby Richfield 2/9.3/2 LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT) Keystone, beautiful
Securities, Winter Park Fl. 19B2 PONTIAC J-20001 Call 782.3537 garage collect with storage area Spanish-style home, 3450 s.f.. 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR, 2'/i ba formal I
Call 12596649.:
8008824726. Member NASD SIPC. WANTED after 4 p.m. 4t 2/16-3/9 74000.Patricia Gray Realty. 2tchg 2/9.16 LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig FR, brick fireplace' patio pool ceiling fans, 2 I
icon 1977 PETERBILT TRUCK! $6500. Big 350, 9 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME 2 BR, 1 ba car garage, new roof, zon.d Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. $133,000 |
speed twin axle. 9642551. 2/16 3 2 Ba Ig. FR, klt/DR com
WANTED PROPERTY Itpd large den or third bedroom in city. KEYSTONE PITS Spacious, quiet country living BR.
RENO AREAi
Please write P. O. Drawer 197B DODGE DIPLOMAT good condition 8%%. First under appraised value. bo 2000 s.I., CHSA city water, septic tanks, exc. condition. S 60,000 I
Fla. 32091. 4/7TF 280 Stark, $500 or best offer. 9642654.: Itchg Call 9644718. 2tpd 2/16.23 BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3BR, 1 bo CB wood floors 1185 s.f.. 5 acres $ 60.000 I
2/16 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 Ba $4,000 CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water 1 BR/IBa. $ 90,000 I
1975 FLEETWOOD CADILLAC one No credit 3 stall born ,rewired 2 Ac. $ 32,500
down and assume mortgage. HWY. 225: 2/I frame, newly
MATHEWS REALTY: owner 32,000 miles. Asking $1300. check. 2tchg 2/16-23 KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR 1 Ba. 1500..f., wood frame $ 50.000 I IBROOKERi
(t. \ Call 9647953. Itpd 2'16 HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER Brick 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D extra lot S 44.000 I
1980 CHEVY MINI-BUS 27
: 1B passenger frame 2 family 5 bedrooms, 3% MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB. CH4A, so near $ 40,000 |
: lest than miles rebuilt
= : 3.000 on engine,
h..M./t 964-4469- REALTOR transmission and rear-end. $7500. baths, circle drive, enclosed pool and ....LOTS 8 ACREAGE....
When selling real miale. why setije) for telling the whole town when you can tell the whole world? 964.5859.Itpd 2/16 patio./ 9644259. 2tpd 2/16.23 WALDO 4 residential/ .: (I) 100 amp service pole, ((1)) 200 amp service, septic |
tank, 18x24 shed 12x24 garage.
GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKE GENEVA: 292' on water and extending |
I MOBILE HOMES Lawtey! 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy.
100'
be divided Into two lots
to Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can
'1987 Concord 3 BR. 2V4 bo has 125
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extra frontage. .
$65.000 each and one 92,65' lot $48,000.
lot with wood frame house, city .City: one acre on Laura St., room for
r CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100ft.on water. Reduced to$ 17.000

.utilities.1973 N.wMoon 12x60 with approx. .several City 1.38 r..ldentlallot.Ac., great office, location. ); () ) $ E: : c :LE S LOT CONERLY 9.GOLFAIR ESTATES RD Lot Country 12 Club Estates 1.11 acres, Make an Offer I $$10.000 8,700

10 acres, North of Lawtey, 105th Ave. .Clty. SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and plotted $ 7,000 I

I HOMES commercial development area. e 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks .... $150.000 LAWTEY 5 acres, 105th Av... good Investment $ 15.000
.Two BR, 1. BA, nice lot. $13,000. HOMES I ACREAGE e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in RD. 100E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000

Brick Southgate Voneort 3 BR 3,BR 2 Ba, CHSA.H&A THERESSA AREAS 1 Acre 3 BR. 2 Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16'acres, 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50.000
2 Ba, (: Bath. 1564 s.f. home, 55000. e Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. Frontier $ 15.000 |
Two Story House: very nice, 'Union Cry 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft.
remodeled, recently po Int. .'Zoned brick home. Alachua County
B2. Owner Anxious! Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 After Hour
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LAND Little Lake Santa ... 100x160 ft. lot e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton Anne TerwIIUger Notion . . . . . . 473-7541
S.R. 100
.Off 301 N.A:wooded Two 6.77 8.50 acre parcels, with new septic tank approved for well Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .9643160Joy

well S septic tank. acres power source to lot. e One & Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up Thornton. . . . . . . . . 964-4223

, Lar.s.aswzws. c.J4i. s.. I w e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000 Debra Connaughton . . . . : s.- . .964-2833
.200 Acres near Theressa .. Acre
Bob Mathews J1 Jordan Associat ..., : t.I- Subdivlsidf Keystone
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2 Acres Graham Ads
Two One Acre Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. Classified

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Two Ac res with Well & Septic Tank

2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale ...... $400/Mo

2 Homes 2 Ml. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely

r s! Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo
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HOUSING M. Faulkner" GRI', CRB President GOOD PAY e GOOD BENEFITS
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Located Hwy. 301 ,2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. Hampton 9 a.m. to 4 pm.Aeceferated.Reelty.


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*I ACRE new well 8 septic Hwy. 16E. REALTOR .
.I ACRES with DW mobile home 3 BR. 1V4 ba, nice paved road frontage. Hwy.301S. Iml' ,
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43900.*I WATERFRONT ACRE! on South side of Crosby,-restricted homeslte. IWSIM .Starke, PI. .
WATERFRONT Sampson! lake build or put mobile home, 18000. L I r
*IN TOWN Two 100x100 building lots $5,000 each. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNeat / Home/ Lots Acreage' Waterfront t
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+HWY. 225: 1 acre, 3 BR. 2 bath 31000. t Clean tl! Farms ./.Commercial .
2 ba seduced to 47900.
*PARKWOODi 4 BR. : Will Consider* lease/Purchase '
*1 ACRE! nice trees, 3 BR, 1M bath 45000. $300 Down*(290 Per Mo.S CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA Home, CG1A' Stove < Relrl 1536 SF, Corner
'*WALDO 3 BR. 2 ba 1 Vi acre beautiful land pecan )trees, jacuizl.* large, Lot.
screen porch fireplace, many more extras. WANT PRIVACY 3BR/IBA'Rough. Pine .A-Frome Home? Porches All
*WALDO 2 BR,' I,boo good location, only 29900.' ACRES STARK 1 Around Loads of Trees, 6.16 Ac. '
'*' 11' ACRES Lowrey arMr 2 wells. ; Inllro..i..,...on VS SOI >Market Rd. IN THE CITY 3BR/2BA Modulo' Home, CH.X;: Stove, R.frl' Drapes, Swimming .
LAWTEY! AREA! Between 1/2 and 3/4 acres with well and septic, paved t Water* Sewer Available Pool. Bldg 16x24. w/Pollo Storage Bldg 12x12 Nice Lot.
road frontage. $6,700:1v: City Mobile Home ParkOr 1 NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA, large Living Room Dlriing ;
*THREE ACRES has old septic. well (to- be checked' -out" ), Hwy.. 16E; .wood-. Ideal Housing for DevelopmentA Family Kitchen laundry !Rooms-Floor' ,. Furnace, AC Unit, 104x210lot.

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hc pump, f.r.plac..log.. corner lot. Assumable .. Home, CHCA Stove, Reid
*STUCCO.; 3 BR 2 bo ( PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/2V4 BA Two-Story log
mortgage or will do a leas./purehase. Few of Our Many Listings Dishwasher 3000 SF, Large Enclosed Garage, W.III Septic, large lot.
GRAHAM Large 3 BR, 2 boo fireplace. 15x36 open shed concrete slob *BRICK IN STARKE 3 BR. 1V4 Ba CHSA, 47000. I IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home, Large Living-Dining Room. Family .
*OVER 100A SQ.FT. on 2 acres, has everything 'pool. |acuzil.. screen *HWY. 14 WEST Brick 3/2V4 on 1 acra. lots of extras. See this one. j Room. Kitchen has Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook CH4A Garage: j
porch 1200 s.f. work.hopW.lth bath and office. *CONVENIENT TO STAINS OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 ..!., W.III Septic 3 Ac.
*MYRTLE ST 3 BR 2 ba fireplace, carport.,nice,corner landscaped yard CILIA range, rel., woodbuming stove, on 2.78 acres- GOOD BUY 1BR/IBA Frame Home AC. Space Healer, lerge Kitchen-
under $40.000. .COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS liST over 2400 ..f./ CHIA, 5 acres on paved road. Dining Area lerge Screened Porch 113x310 Lot. 24000. '. ,
*ORANOE STREET conv eOa&y.eCiih'ng. 3 BR, 1 ba.; only 19900. Too many extras to mention. Call for "Information. 125000. GET AWAY FROM IT All 2 BR/IBA Mobile Home In Good Condition WellI .

*APPROX. J ACRES wlth-dpublewlde!' owner financing. ,BEAUTIFUL BRICK. 3/2 family room w/freplace( ,, 1 acre West 16. Septic 9.5 Ac w/Fronlage en New.River..
'.ALAROI BEDROOM! 2 both, rock fireplace, sunken family room. Must '*14 ACRE FARM that hoe It all-fish pond. Improved pasture, beautiful oaks,
see to appreciate: low $60*, .: barns, cross-fenced, water In all pastures. 2 mobile homes SELECTED PROPERTIES
*HWY. 301 SOUTH S acres. $10.000. *HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft I Gift Shop:'Crafts;craft supplies, and gifts. I 7 ACRES Well t Septic MO Amp;; Power Pole Pine Trees. _
,r !COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 14 E I Cherry St. 25000. '.( ACRES Power Pole I Well Owner Financing. Small Down Payment.
RENTALS .Crosby Icrksf $400/month. *COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building lots from $6500. Owner finanCIng. o, >.7 Acres f. Two Story Bldg. w/lMIng Area Upstairs. 4400 SF. Hwy. 301N.,
...3 BR! 1 Ba on Doublewlde,.view of Klngsley Lake, 350mo., adults only. *OVER JOG ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway fontage.lIcell.nt hunting. 44 ACRES Will Divide Owner Financing Good terms. ..ooker.t .
\.2 BR 2 Ba lh. ,. ... 1 mil. to Country Club, 2 miles to Starke, Only $1500 per Due, 10 ACRIS Will Divide, Pecan Grove, Well a Septic. Owner Financing. '
,t'.3M. 13/4Bo.$450/roo 13 ACRES HIGH i DRY pecan trees, well S septic 29000. (Free M.f L) ,t 4 ACRES Frontage on Hwy 100W City Water Sewage Available. .
...3 BR, 1 Ba. $37Smonlh.Xtffil ,_ *COUNTRY CLUB Brick over 1900 ..t? fomal'lvlng I dining room $ ACRES Good Commercial Location. Hwy. 16W.

,. I tardily room, r.c room or extra bedroom 2'4 baths. 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil Home, $3.500.I .
[ Call (Jnof Our Professionally: *CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUBS Brick 3/2 over 1500 ..f.* 100x300 lot 56000. t I ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
: *CROSBY LAKE CAHAL.IOO..I92. wooded lot mobile home approved. ONI-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home, 3000.
sT ; innrf/Staff Today..964-5069 *IN STARKEi 3/1 frame good condition $22.500. c r LAKE GENEVA Large lot 100 ft. on Water.
I *17 ACRES of excellent land many frull trees. Fleetwood doublewlde. LAKE LOTS Crosby Sampson Owner Financing.
*WOULD YOU BELIEVE! 65 plus acres far only$1500 per acre. Fronts.hwy, I | LARGI AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of City. ,'
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates* ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDI on 40 acres, good land. 85000. IF YOUR MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE Off THINGS RELATED

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OUT OF AREA FURNISHED 12X40 MH with expendable CASH FAST' ? W.pay cash for furniture -
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, As low as living' room. $1500 buyer must move (ewelry, glassware, tools, NEW SEPTIC TANKS and repair TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS Wooded $14.99 p.r month. Call 9646946. TF 1.398.7539; 1-765-144S or 16592779. household Items B lust| about anything.Give drain line Stale registered. Brine fireplace. Vaulted llvlngroom ceiling,
loll, NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, 3lchg 2/9.23 us a call at 473.2183 or come by Jones 275.2268 from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. walk-In linen room laundry room cor I'
rlv.r access $5450 Each No measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for Tuesday-Saturday, 105. Pack Rot, Hwy alter 7 p.m 275 2197. 2/9. 4tpd. 3/2 port. Brand n.w swimming
mon.y down, $65 41 monthly Owner patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 100. Keystone Heights. 2/2 tfnchg PINSTRIPES PAINTED SIGNS by John. pool with hug. wooden deck Also, l
1.236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF W. Call St. 964.6305. TF YARD SALES Go see pointer John at I I-75/SR6, screened-ln cookout area with kitchen
RETIREES small prlvole pork Central STAINLESS STEEL/STEAM Hot Hl- Jasper Florida (...1t86)). 1 block W. of and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 blocki
Michigan rural area n.ar restaurants, Pressure Washer To 4000 PSI; to 6 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat. C Sun., CARSTRUCKSBOATSCAMERO Shelflelds. Open 10:00: a.m. to 10,:00 from school. $71,500. Weekdays
hospitals. Pork trailer, motor home, GPM; lifetime frame and coll. 83. Big Tree Lakes off 214. 7678 p.m., Monday Friday. Look for his 496-3939 evenings and weekend I
5th wheel. Garden area. I can drive Factory warrant .. Geyser Eldorado Ave Itchg 2/16 1979 Straight 6 250. AC. PS. fancy step VAN. 2/16.3tpd. 3/2 4963607. tfn/chg. 1/26
you to and from your winter home. Pump. 18002278323. Icon PB, looks and runs great $2400. Call HOUSE PAINTING INSIDE OUT. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
L.onard R. Slrou... 10776 S. Brand PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER 2x6x10 SERVICESSEWING 473-0777. Itpd 2/16 Reasonable winter prices. Quality bedroom 3 bath In the country..Swimming
Av., Clare, MI 48617 5173867314. $3.39; 2x6x16 $6.25; other sizes In Bl PONTIAC T1000 Hatchback. Low Work. Call 496.3587.2/16. 3/9 pool and satellite. Large oaks.
lean
stock from Ix2s through 2xl2s. 4x4s MACHINES CLEANED oiled and mileage 4 speed. AC new tires WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. Walk In too. 119500. Two additional acres
ALABAMA hardwood timber SOUTHEAST 75 120 ACRES 1/4 and 4x6s also available. 7 miles Southof adjust tension In your home. Special shocks, brakes. $1295. 4734659. Itpd Phone 96.3220 Emalln.Dockeryl Itpd. available. Call 496-3939. days and
mile road frontage.pecan HUNTING trees I Stork on 301. Stephen Smith 1295. Repair all brands. Workguaranteed. 2/16 2/16 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. 2/2
47500. Southern BorronStrother lumber 468.2624.2tchg 2/9.16 4737862. 2/2 tfnchg
Properties WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATOR 19 cu. ft., EXPERT HOUSECLEANING and personal FOR SALE
Broker P.O. Box 755 Troy, FOR RENT
with frostfree freezer and Icemoker,
Ala. 36081. 205.566.1870 car. for elderly. Good references.
205735.2442 Icon or whit. textured very good condition. 473.3723.2tchg 2/9.16 AVON FOR SALE Plus 250 old collectorsItem REAL ESTATES
eves. $175 or best offer 473.1125 after 6 MINI STORAGE SxS. $15 SxlO. $20
NORTH FLORIDA 4.83 with HOUSE CLEANING Christian ladles will and miscellaneous Items. Call ; :
2BR/1Ba 1040 sq.! ft. home ocr.with car p.m. and weekends.' SALE 2/16 clean by day week month. Call Lucille Rosle. 473.9239.2tpd 2/9-16 TO 30 ACRES with large concrete 10x10 $30 per month plus $20
port. 15x30 workshop fruit trees, STORE.FIXTURES FOR : Right 2/16-23 TurnM.n' N. Susan W., 475-2907 or 659-26904tpd FOR SALE Kitchen cabinet 8 sink like barns. Also new doublewlde on 1 acre deposit Call 496.3939 or 4623068.
Wear 964.6795.2tchg 1222MAC'S
several rivers, state parks nearby 2/9.3/2 new for sale 964.3808.2tpd 2/9.16 In Call 4963939. tfnchg.
frostfree or larger country
MANY ITEMS GE
relrlg top MOBILE HOME PARK SR231.
WILL DO LIGHT HOUSECLEANING In BALDWIN CONSOLE PIANO Good ,
Country Rivers Realty. 904-497-3305 practice tfn/chg.
454.1595 evenings
freezer chandeliers, days.
; 5 KV generator Call south Lots and mobile homes for rent
904.497.1129 evei. 4106. lean your home. Reasonable rotes. piano $250. 659-2134 nights and 1/19
fluorescent Inside ft
lights out lights extra clean. Quiet neighborhood convenient
after 4. Reference If needed 9643808. w..k.ndsltchg 2/16 commercial
FOR LEASE IY OWNER Prime
cabinets, locks, VCR stereo cob.w..d.wack.r. ,
vanity to schools and store Call
2lod 2/9.16 UTTER ,
SIZE MODULAR FILE 6 tiers high
-- corner lot 100'xl41'. situated on
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., electronic ft
YARD SALES equipment 30 bins, colored Ideal for doctor Butler. 4961307. 1/26 4tchg. 2/16
putty of lake
ports, particle board shelving much DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING SR100, Inside city limits
dentist office. 3 ft. wide, 5 ft. toll,
or Call 1(904)651.3066.( ) 2/2 4tpd. 2/23 UNFURNISHED HOUSE
more Misc. hardware and materials, ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL? Call TWO BEDROOM
SATURDAY, 2/11: 9-2 p,m. Household across 'from 301 Qulk Stop, 2V4\ ml. S of LaRue Leveling Service for all your $150. 4753022. 1 Itpd 2/16 across from LBMS. $225 monthly.
Items, clothes, misc. Rd. 229 BrownleeRd. Starke on 301, rear or trailer park foundation repairs. Keystone, FOR SALE Available 12/19. For Info call 964-8602
2 miles past Vo-Tech. Itchg 2/6 964.3696 recorder. Itpd 2/16 473.n21.7/9TF HELP WANTED after 6 p.m. |mm
1969 JUBILEE TRAVEL TRAILER excellent
FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY 1124 N.
washers and.tov.s.
REFRIGERATORS dryers
Thompson St. 8.5 p.m. 2/19 condition air, heat $1200. 964-4938. WANTEDPARGO PART-TIME NURSES AIDE with CNA or Appliance repairs Call NOTICE
YARD SALE 2/17.18 All day. 2 families.NE Itpd 2/16 current first aid. McRoe Retirement. 496.2090.2/9 2tpd. 2/16
11th St. off Old lawtey Rd. Laura 1977 DODGE RAM and 2 Snapper riding 473.2881 2tchg 21623RENTALS
GOLF CART for parts 4737413. CARPET BUY DIRECT, wholesale prices .
Baptist Church. Itpd 2/16 lawn mowers. 533.2474.2/16TF 2tchg 2/16.23 tree samples commercial and residen CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE side by side JEWELRY FOR SALE:ladles 1 kt. diamond DAVIS TIMBER CO. wants to buy tial. Florida references. We ship direct. to the Union County Times office
relrlg., washer household A baby cluster ring $550. By appt.964-2910. It tlmb.r. Pine or Hardwood. Call Paradise Carpets, P.O. Box 2488 In writing and paid In advance
Items. 1221 Johns Drlv. Saratoga Hit., 2/16 473-3148. 2tpd 21623NOTICE ON LAkE GENEVA Efficiency studio Dalton. Georgia 3072218003387811. unless credit Is already established
rain or shine. Sot 9.1 p.m. 2/19 SEVERAL ITEMS: Frostfree side by side apartment furnished, laundry & dock 2/9. 4tchg. 3/2 with this office.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE clothes, tools refrigerator/freezer combination. 17V4\ facilities, utilities furnished $275 mo THE TIMES STAFF' CANNOT BE HELD
household goods, etc. Sot only 9-5 cu. ft. with Icemaker, $350. Two Aladdin $273 deposit. 4732919. 2/16 tfnchg 177 PETERBILT TRUCK $6500. Big 350, 9 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .
p.m. NE 29th Av., opprox. 1 mile keroiene heaters, one 8500 BTU ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR, 1 speed, twin axle. 9642551. Itpd 2/16 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
north of Starke, left side of HomondRd. one 10,500 BTU $75 each. Also Sears BA, large /living room, dinette, kitchen THE TELEPHONE.
Itchg 2/16 22,000 BTU kerosene heater, $100. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted equipped, overhead fans, air conditioned Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5
TWO FAMILY SALE Sat., Feb 18, 10.3 Phone 7823570. Itpd 2/16 to the Lake Region Monitor office laundry < dock facilities., $350 HELP WANTEDLAKE P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
p.m. Baby 8 chlldrens clothes, womens HOTPOINT STOVE good condition. In writing and paid In advance mo. $350 deposit. 4732919. 2/16 Minimum charge 15 words for S3.50,
& mens clothes ft shoes, stereo 4730576. Itpd 2/16 unless credit I Is already established tfnchg BUTLER APPAREL IS EXPANDING.We then 15 cents for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS .
w/speokers, coffeemoker Iron ft 12 FT. SATELLITE MESH DISH, low noise with this office.MONITOR 1 BEDROOM HOUSE ON LAKE large are looking for dedicated Individuals .
board, 18 fl. pool with motor & pump amplifier feed horn receiver $700. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD deck, small screened porch, AC, cell- to fill top paying sewing
books records more Down passant 533.2468.2tchg 2/16-23 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Ing fan, mini-blinds. $265 mo plus operations. In return for your dedication -
Rd., left on NE 10th St., 1 block to NE EXERCISE ROWING MACHINE Pro-Sport, CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER electric, $100 deposit. Adults only. No we offer an excellent benefit
4th Ave, and turn right 3 rd brick with hydraulic cylinders. Uniform your THE TELEPHONE. pets. 47372594732530. llpd 2/16 package. Some of which or.: Credit
house on right. Watch for signs. Itpd body's major muscles. Like new Classified deadline'Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday Union, Profit Sharing and Medical Life General merchandise, appliances, used
2/16 964-7566. 2tpd 2/16-23 prior to Thursday publication. TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1II\ insurance Experience helpful but not furniture, reasonable. Sid's Bargains
MOVING SALE china hutch tea cart 50 GALLONS KEROSENE, $.80 per gallon. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, baths, attached garage with washer A required. Come by and see us for a 40 and MS E. Main Street. Itchg. 2/16
hanging table lamp coffee tables, end Bring your own can. 964-8360 after 6 then 15 cents for each word thereafter. dry.r hookup. Stove, refrlg., possible position In our organization.Call .
tables organ, exercise equipment, p.m. Itpd 2/16 dishwasher furnished; across from 496.3601 or come by 650 SE 2nd
man's bike, roller clothes, Elem. School. 4733681. 1/5TF
Florida. 2/9
massager Street, lake Butler
BLUE SUEDE VIEWS News of the
dishes and misc. Items.201 W. MimosaDr. 1950s KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATESi 2 BR, 2 ba,
., 9642342. Wally Ingram. Sat., 8a.m. then and now! 12 Issues $8. 2 sample garage, fenced, FP, freshly painted, 2t/chg. 2/16
til. Itpd 2/16 Issues $1. P.O. Box 11384F, Bradenton, NOW HIRING new carpet. $450 month Century 21
Fl 34282. Icon $520 MONTHTO Showcase Properties, 4734903.. 4tchg MOBILE HOMES No: ..Down Payment,
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP, sells and
NOTICE new 2/2.23 FOR SALELIKE .H ndi.Hou
used furniture. Buy sell and trade.. Call START e

Mary, 964.3250.2/I6TF Evenings 6-10 New local LAND FOR SALEFOR C&C Mint-Storage
p.m.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted SPRING SALE, Kirby' Electrolux, appliance has several NEW 1986 mobile home, 14x66 2 964-8848
to the Bradford County Eureka Hoover. It's clean-up time. position*open company for full and part-tlme big bedrooms, 2 baths, catheral celling Garages ""
Telegraph office In writing and paid In Repairs on all makes. Parts to fit any help. We offer excellent starting pay SALE 2 lots, cleared. $3000 each or with ceiling fan with lights, big kitchen Greenhouses
advance unless credit I. already vacuum. AI Young's Vacuum., 3\% good working conditions and a chance two for 55500,173.4897.4tchg 2/9.3/2 with breakfast bar, plenty of cabinets, Storage Bldgs.
established with this office. miles North of Starke on US 301. 2tchg Tor career opportunities. Must be hfgh big living room washer and dryer
Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, school graduate have car and neat hook-ups. Cosh 10500. Call 496-1307 13. Across .
prior to Thursday publication. 216.23TRY BEFORE YOU BUY appearance. No experience necessary. t. V. DURRANCE days or 964-3592. nights. 1/26 4tchg 'tI ,
Classified display deadline TUESDAY, Mary Kay provides glamour Instruction Will Train. For Interview. calL_"_ 2/16'W-v -iilJi''A, L5lidti l
5:00 P.M. Special Classified dl.ployplac.m.nt to help you make confident color Wednesday.Thursday and. .>Frida1.800.99e400e0m006 PUMP & SUPPLY 2 Bed room jf sot/ >ir.unfurnlihed.. KOAalmart/ ,
Is NOT Guaranteed. choices. Call today. Sandra Reddish, 8or -' furnished $2750'. Calr Frank 4963452.
Minimum charge for classified ads Is Director, Mary Kay Consultant, 064-2079 Itchg. 2/16.
15 words for $3.50, then 15 cents for 964-5051, 475.3214.2/16 \ 'Well' Drilling 12x50 MOBILE HOME I 2 Bedrooms, fiiex4,4,
each word thereafter. $1 billing charge I $1250. 964-2551. "Itpd 2/16 \
will be added to each CHARGED
classified ad. AFFQRDABlET.H.E..Aparlmcnt I. ( Rotary 2" to 6"I I 2


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922 E.Browalee St. f RESIDENT MANAGER'NEEDED )
305 West Washington St. I
Camp BlaDcIIq Rd,
Children & Elderly Welcome a One Pet Allowed SwbnS2091 Mature couple wanted for 44-untt a

2 One-Bedroom Apartments Now Available / AualA rental property In Starke. Duties

Will Consider HUD Section 8 Applicants 964.8601ABMdfor'rpp'ex 1) 964713325'SBR 0 Include apartment leasing and Y

maintenance. Must be bondable.no a

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'. $165.000 Exclusive Hampton Lake home 1.7 acres. Income If you .d.1ty -
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:, 185.00O Santa Fe Lakefront home best beach.. ;

$ 25.00O Crosby Lake lot with 10O1 waterfront. r 1025 Rea1tol'-Alloc.N. Main St. !i
s $ 19.000 Crosby Lake lot, over an acre. .w
High eprlag, FL
$ 15,000 Sampson Waterfront lot, northshore. State Returns BOB 1lf711G
Notary 964-763O Days; U REALTY 32643 [i

Homes & Mobile Homes Friendly Service 064-6331 EvesReasonable REAlTOR 24-Hr. Service I

$22.0OO Nice Doublewlde needs TLC approx. 1/2 acre. Rates

$31,50O CB h,fr $41.0OO 3 BR 1 1/2 bath, masonry home w/den. In town. Home: ((904)) 964-4833 454-3675 M
r $51.OOO Home In excellent condition 3/2 with 2 1/2 acres. STEPHENS INCOME TAX n
,f $52.OOO One acre wltftjhtll<2cog; $try home, close In. I & BOOKKEEPING SERVICEOpen Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help With our Multiple Listing aService.
$65.000 bedroom, 3 ath-1n town, Lg. lot. We have access to hundreds or listings at our ngerUps.' '=z
$86,000 Large brick very good area In town. Just look at some or these great deals Call us for more details.

WATER LOVERS SPECIALS
9-5 Mon-Frt. 101-B Edwards Rd.

I Call us about our many commercial properties Sat. ft Night by Appt. starker Fl 32091 I POND, .85 AcN. lAKE AOCESIIq :I DR. I I$ V SO Acres with !
I BAMoblle Home with 1/4 MIle from the
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All Types Roof Repair I Now Leasing ,.

No Job too big or too small! II I II It Forest Park '

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Free Estimates Anytime Call 782-3266 Income facllle No rental assistance ava iabl:. ::
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t ; : :qv'jtf' t' W Qn; ':,:parnj: ; ',ft, .a d', i ho ; ; > ForA> V -'.<'> 195M0.CHA .and 185 laundry.- 422O minimum.Free water Two, sewer complete& garbage. Rent .. .r.:. a i"

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Starke a 964-6312 er HOUSING

I Elixson Wood Products Inc. Mon.-Fri. 9-5 PU OPPORTUNITY. LAKE BUTLER flPflRTlTlEnTS' :

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,. :: i Cypress Mulch e Pine Bark : 'iJi;$ 4. iSA1E7' :ri' <:f'J. wall-to-wall carpet drapei.and kitchen appliance/ Ooslte IDLrxfryATclllt1es
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I l LStirke Area Ads I LAND FOR SALE.- HELP WANTED HELP WANTED


100 ACRESi six room house and barn VOCATIONAL AIDE to provide training GENERAL OFFICEi part-time. Clerical
Owner will finance $2000/Acre. and supervision of 10 to 15 mentally skills required. Knowledge of all
--- Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/201F retarded adults In a sheltered general office procedures including
MOBILE HOMES PERSONAL SERVICESWANT PERSONAL SERVICES SHORT ON CASH" No Down Payment workshop setting. Includes supervisionof some typing filing end telephone
Land 11 1 Acre and up. Some with large client's work production and duties Proficient on 10.key adding and
FOR SALE TO DRINK RITEWAY HOOFING COMPANY Mobile oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No assisting In vocational training pro good with figures. Prior experience required
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! homes, shingles, rerools, new roofs, Mound) Septic Tanks!I gram. Salary $340 to $360 bi-weekly Call 964 8820, Man,Frl. 8.304p
ADULT RETIREMENT WANT TO STOP? shingles, leaks fixed.. Owner W.T. RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964-8878 free medical and life Insurance, 4 m. Itchg 2/16
PARKS MOBILE HOME THAT'SOURSIAlcoholic. Turner Slorke, 964-3392 9647612. FOR SALE ON FORSYTH RDi 3 acres 3500 weeks vocation and quarterly bonuses. MECHANIC NEEDED for general
Zellwood, Ml.Apopko. 4078868787. .Anonymous Itpd 2/16 Act Also 6.80 acres just off Forsyth Rd., Send resume or application to Bob maintenance and repair for tractor
Dora
Homes from area 407.880.1212. M4-4150 or 94-1614 2500 Ac Phone ((407)) 4646827. Stchg Larimer. Exec Director Bradford trailer licet. Experience and tools a
19900. Economical lot pd thru 3/30 1/26-2/23 .' ARC/Sunshlne Industries, P.O. Box must. Good benefits Apply In personat
rents Several
Mov. In models to choose from. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free BO ACRES Lawtey Area Crawford 509, Starke, Fl. 32091. 9647699. 3tchg Griffin Industries Hwy. 221, Hamp..
fcan now or w. will custom build. estimates HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., FOR RENTONE Hwy., pastured hardwoods Water 2/16.3/2 ton Fl. 2tchg 2/16-23
3/2 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8S59 TF Oak Creek on bock of property.: Only WOMAN 2S-4S TO LIVE INi able to drive
MOBILE.. HOME with addition CHSA, BULLDOZER WORKi $40 per hour. $1600 per acre. 17311881. Itpd 2/16 helpful. Small lalory. Can have one FULLTIME EMPLOYMENT IN SALES and
nclo d patio on 1 plus acres, close to 782-3306. If no answer 782-3954 leave BEDROOM HOUSE In Country child. Apply In person. Call first. customer assistance. Knowledge In
town. $29,000.RALPH name and number. 8/25TF corp.tr, air large yard. $200 per 9644536. 2tpd 2/9.16 pet, lawn and garden supplies will be
BRYAN REALTY. 964.8878 WELL DRILLING PUMPS t SERVICE Dur month. 964.8602 after 6 p.m. TFmm| HELP WANTEDNEED LONG HAUL TRUCKING Get Into a high helpful. Apply at Gator II Farm Supply
12xSO MOBILE HOME 2 BR. $1250. rance Pump B Supply Co., Water SOUTHERN VILLAS NOW RENTING 2 BR demand career as an owneroperatorwith South of STorke on Hwy. 301. 2/16TF
964.2551.Itpd 2/16 units. These units are spacious. All northAmerlcan Van Lines)
Systems Specialists, 864 N. Temple.Ave. .
EXTRA OR A
CASH FULL-TIME
1986 fLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME with.cr..n.d ., US 301, Starke, Fl 32091. 9/8TF have facilities', and storage rooms.Laundry Information Operate your own tractor. If you don't
JOn Sell Avon. For call
front and bock porch on SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day week on premises.Monthly have one, we offer a tractor purchase
1.15 acres, large landscaped yard long term stay. 4682619. 1I/17TF payments from $219 plus utilities. For Romano, 7823068.. 12/29TF program that .Is one of the best in theIndu.try. Alcohol Banned
HIRINGII! Governmentjobs
ATTENTION
m.tal tool shed located on SR 121 SW SEWING MACHINES All makes 8 models rental Information and applicationscontact No experience necessary. If
of Hampton.468.1980 after 5 p.m. 2/16 cleaned oiled, adjusted $15. 19 Southern Villas Manager 1001 your area. Many Immediate you need training. we will train you. From Wildlife Area
experience. All work guaranteed.years Southern Villa Drive Tuesday A Thursday openings 1784069485.without Call waiting 16028388888.ext. list or test.. You must be 21,in good physical condition At Camp BlandingThirsty
233 8 16 or call 964.7295 or 9644214. and have a good driving record.
Hwy. ( Rd.
Morgan ) Housecalls. .
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 964.8733 11/10TF 1/12TF 83493. 4tpd 2/9.3/2 Call northAmerlcan for a complete Information hunters will soon have to
RENTLEASESALEOFFICE WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water package. 1-800.348.2147, settle for a soft drink instead of the
9645606.15TFTUTORING sewer, cable TV. Phone 964-749S. SENIOR PHARMACIST ask for operator 97. fcan foamy stuff when hunting in the
SERVICES 1/12TF Minimum qualifications: Florida ATTENTION HIRING! Government jobs Camp Blanding Wildlife Manage-
Is child
SPACE 500 ft. for your struggling FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES llceniure as a Pharmacist\ and one
sq. rent on with D's, making C's when theyare with city your area. Many Immediate openings ment Area.
Hwy 301. Starke. Apply at Durranc. water sewer, cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. year experience. Hours: Monday. without waiting list or test
Pump S Supply 9647061. 8/2STF capable of making A's? Call 964.7498.12TF Friday 8-5. weekends off. New $17,840-S69,48S Call 16028388885. The Clay County Commission
1000- SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South HOUSEPAINTINGi 964-8594 after 12.3Op.m.: 1/26TF MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, 1 Pharmacy under construction. Ext. R11006.fcan recently agreed unanimously, to
from Wal Free estimates.Quality ba, Salary based on credentials and experience draft resolution supporting a re-
across -Mart/KOA. $350 work. References unfurnished no pets, 1 child only. RESIDENTIAL GROUP HOME MANAGERto
month. 964-8848 eves 4733627. Call Tom providedupon $175 month plus $150 security deposit.Call negotiable up to $38K. provide management and supervision quest by the Florida Game and
lewis,
requeit. 964.7527
12/8TF after 6 after 6 p.m. 964.4430 or 964.8970 SENIOR REGISTERED of a small 6,bad group living home Fresh Water Fish Commission to
2/9-3/2
COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR RENT $400 WILL DO p.m.HOUSECLEANING 4tchg or 9648705. TFo| NURSE for mentally retarded adults. Experience prohibit the possession and con-
month. 2 years old. Call Susan the week. Call any day of 12.65 MOBILE HOME 3 BR. $200 month Minimum qualifications: Florida In home management and sumption of alcoholic beverages in
964-3440 964-3391.
Faulkner Broker/owner. 964.5069 or 2tchg 2916I $100 dep. Call 9648704. Itchg 2/16 licensure as a Registered Professional working with the handicapped preferred. the 45,000-acre game preserve.
9644048. 2tchg 2/9.16 MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 bath Nurse and one year ex Salary $12,000, to $14.000 depending "
FOR SALE BY Will WATCH ft CARE for your child or New Clinic under "The military asked us to do this
OWNERS small mobile Central AC extra clean. $260 plus perience. con on training and experience. Excellent
home park on Grlffis Loop (Rd. 100-A). Infant In my Starke home. FIRSRegister deposit. 9645475. 2tpd 2/16.23 struction. Salary based on credentials fringe benefits Including free said Larry L. Martin,regional direc-
Four lots with three mobile homes and 9643521. 2tpd 2/16.23 FURNISHED MOBILE HOME on Grlffis and experience negotiable up medical and life Ins. and two weeks tor of the Game Commission, who
room for more. Rental Income $700 HOUSECLEANING honest reasonable rates, loop. 3 BR, 2 ba, air and heat no pets. to S26K. paid vacation. Send resume or application presented the request to the com-
& reliable
monthly. Call alter 6 p.m. 964.8970 or Have references $275 month plus $150 security. Coll CORRECTIONAL-MEDICAL to Bob Larimer. Exec Director mission. "This is a safety measure
964.4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF 964-3588 or 964-3758. Stchg 2/16-3/2 after 6 p.m.. 964 8970. 964-4430 TECHNICIAN-CERT Bradford ARC/Sunshine Industries and will also help with the litter problem
964.8705.216TFTWO Minimum qualifications: Florida P.O. Box 509, Starke, Fl. 32091. ," he told the board. "Activity
j BEDROOM, I bath mobile home, licensure as a Practical Nurse 9647699. 3tchg 2/16.3/2 is picking up out there and we feel
oats w.."."'...."" ."UIJ1I1 unfurnished. $100 month $150 security (LPN). New clinic under construe-- ,WEEKEND OFFICE HELP needed taking this is a much-needed ordinance."
deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Coll tlon. Salary based on credentials credit applications and light office
after 6 p.m. 964-8970 964-4430 or and experience negotiable up to duties. Apply In person. Stork office, Clay Commissioner Dale Wilson
9648705. 2/16TF 17200. Olln's Mobile Home Sales. 2/16TF agreed, saying the measure was
,> l ljJ CLEAN ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT Successful candidates will be eligiblefor EXPERIENCED SEWING SUPERVISOR long overdue and should have been
)' Stove S refr., No pets. $50 weekly. all Florida Career Service. wanted lor pants dept. pants through taken years ago.
OO ',0,, 9646232. Itchg 2/16 BENEFITS INCLUDED* Stat. Contributions side seam 50 operators. Salary commensurate The resolution will clear the way
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE ready for occupancy to Health Insurance, with experience. Contact for passage of a Game Commissionrule
IS THE TIMEr Large yard good Retirement and Social Security 13 Bob Schneider, Max E Corp., that is expected to become effective
neighborhood.' $235 monthly plus paid vacation days, 10 paid Hawthorne. 481-4361 9 a.m.-4 p.m. next JuJyL__ __ _
deposit. 9647872. Itchg 2/16 holidays and sick leave, Deferred 2tchg 216.23CASHIERCLERK
YOUR SPARE TIMEcon ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT furnished Compensation Plan. Merit Increases WANTED! apply In person -
CEU's and In.S.rvlc.lraln. Pep-O Gas 8 Food Store, 620 S.
with all utilities. Adults only. No pets.
t>* turned 'Info ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS
$65 weekly. 964-8498. Itpd 2/16 Ing. Walnut St., Starke. Itchg 2/16
EXTRA $$$$$$ TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 ba $200 CONTACT R. Nate Holton Personnel KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN now lookingfor In-Home Service
month. Call 533.2235 after 5 p.m. 4tchg Manager New River Correctional Asst. Manager trainee for our Mac-
2/16.3/9 Institution, P.O. Box 333, Raiford, clenny location. "II you have leadership 964-2966
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Fl. 32083. ((904)) 964.4000 or mall background with a good work record, Repairs on:
your work? We have clean mobile completed Florida State Application. we have the opportunity. Apply at KFC Washers Refrigerators
homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF EOE/M7F. Preference shall be Mocclenny or Slarke or call 17447380. Dryers Ranges
FURNISHED ROOM with air all utilities given to certain Veterans and 2tchg 2/16-23 Microwaves
paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia spouses of veterans as provided by
WORK PART TIME Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Chapter 295 laws of Florida.. 2tchg 310 E. Con St. StarkeGLORIA'S
01 O THREE BEDROOM, I 1'/s bath clean closeto 2/16-23
prison. Call 4681323. 6/9TF NEED EXTRA CASH or a full-time lob?
WAITER/WAITRESS OR COOK CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. Sell AVON. For Information call
ot your neighborhood' Ramona, 782.3068. 4tchg 2/2.23
reasonable
extras rents. PINES
Piuo, Hut restOUfonl.I 496-2366 SR 121. lake Butler 7/14TF POSITIONS AVAILABLE In the followingdepartments MUSIC HOUSE (studio)

Call 9648700or LAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking applications : upholstery' welding 301 INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT
sewing assembly. Apply at Hwy.
for I 2 bedroom
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915LN. Temple Ave. drapes. 7823531. New management. Furniture. 2tchg 2/9.16
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Page MB TELEGRAPH,TIMES MOMTOK- B SECTION February 16, 1969

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Obituaries

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t Mrs. Barbara Alvarez Shire of Corbin, Ky., and Betty Willie Mae Denton of Starke, Oakie ty, she was widow of the late Leslie Born and raised in Lyons,Ga.,Mr. Memorial Park in Memphis, Tenn.
i i Mrs. Barbara Ellen Moore Powell of Lynch, Ky.; and two Garlock of Bradenton, and Marie Roy McClellan, and daughter of the Owens moved to Maxville 22 years Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
grandchildren. Self of Ft. Pierce; seven grand- late Robert H. and Minnie Futch Starke is In charge of arrangements.In .
Alvarez,89,of Starke,died Feb. 13 in ago, then moved to Highland about
services Feb. children
Funeral were held and
Bradford Hospital following an extended seven great- former pioneer residents of Lawtey. 10 years ago. He was a member of
11 at Florahome United Methodist grandchildren.
She attended Bradford MemoryOf
County
illness. the Branch Church of
Church with Rev. William D. Graveside funeral services will be schools and was a member of the Long Baptist "Bill" H. Green
Born Bradford Maxville William
Feb. 8, 1900 in held at and was self-employed as a
Allerheiligen officiating. Intermentwas Hope Cemetery on Thursday, Evergreen
Baptist Church of
County, Mrs. Alvarez moved to carpenter until his retirement BirthdayFebruaryl6,1989
in Greenlawn Cemetery in Feb. 16 at 11 a.m. with Rev. James Lawtev Happy
Starke in 1947 from Lakelane. She Jacksonville under the direction of Cowart officiating. Arrangementsare Survivors include four sons,
was a homemaker and a member of Jones Funeral Home. handled by Jones Funeral James Oscar of Tampa, Jessie of Father&
First Baptist Church of Starke. Home. Green Cove Springs,and Johnny and To Our Loving

Survivors include her son, RalphL. Donald W. Goodwin Survivors include her daughter, Louie Dee both of Blackshear, Ga.; HusbandWe
of Ft Myers; her daughter, Donald William Goodwin 48 of John Thomas Ford Mrs. Marjorie Tomlinson of Starke; three daughters, Mrs. Pat Normanof Love You
Dorothy L Alvarez of Starke; three two sons, Robert L. of Starke and Highland, Mrs Judy Durrance of and Miss You
Kimberton Pa. died Feb. John Thomas Ford of
sisters, Ethel Raymond, Bertha Saturday, 75, Hampton Lewis R. of Brunswick, Ga.; six Waycross, and Mrs. Peggy Tillmanof
Lang and Amy Strickland, all of 4, in Deltaville, Va., following an died Wednesday morning, Feb. sisters, Mrs. Gladys Pringle of San- Blackshear; several grand- Mother, Bonita,
Starke and four automobile accident near Deltaville. 15 at Alachua General Hospital In ford Mrs. Estelle, Freda
; four grandchildren Lois Bevins of Tifton,Ga., children and greatgrandchildren.Funeral
greatgrandchildren.Funeral Born Jan. 21, 1941 in Altoona, Pa., Gainesville following an extended il- Mrs. Ola Starling, Mrs. Elnora services were held Feb. 6 ondArthurLady
services will be held Mr. Goodwin also lived in Kimberton lness. Privett Mrs. Pauline DeVore and at Highland Baptist Church with
Thursday, Feb. 16 at : at Pa. several years. He was Born and raised in Suwannee Mrs. Margaret! Pauley, all of Rev. George Chism and Rev.James
First Baptist Church of Stare with server of Kimberton Kennels and County, he lived in Pinellas County Lawtey; six grandchildren,and four Saunders officiating. Burial was in Bug Florist
in the U.S. Navy. before moving to in 1982.
Rev Ben Bryant officiating. Inter- Hampton greatgrandchildren.Funeral Highland Cemetery with Archie
ment will be in Crosby Lake Survivors include his mother, He was a member of Evergreen Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in 1005 S. WaterSt.
Pauline J. Goodwin of Melrose two Baptist Church in Lake
of ; City.
under the direction charge of arrangements.
Jones Cemetery Funeral Home.In sons, Eddie and Danny both of Ran- Survivors include his wife, Mrs. services were held Tues- Starke,FL

lieu of flowers, contributionsmay cho Palos Verdes, Calif.; two Lula Webb; three daughters, Mrs. day at the Chapel of Archie Tanner Mrs. Rose Lee RussellMrs.
brothers Stewart of Altoona Jacqueline "Jackie" Dobos of 1964-4956
Thomas L. JSZ.Tor
be made to the First Baptist Funeral Home with Rev. James ..
Rose Lee Russell, 81, of
Goodwin of Starke Mrs. and
Pa. and
Larry Virgie Darley
Church Fund, P.O. Box Saunders officiating. Burial was in
Building Keystone Heights, died Feb. 12 at
Gainesville; two sisters, Terri Good- MMrs. Jean Collins both of Hamp- flit Jour ftower 3teiCs,
1258 Starke Fla. 32091.Michael Lawtey Cemetery under the direc-
Bradford Hospital following an extended -
win and Sherri Goodwin both of St. ton; four sons, John Edson and tion of Archie Tanner Funeral 7 :
A'WeeJ9eautIuLongStemmd:
illness. Days
Augustine. Dewey,both of Hampton, Kenneth of
Dazinski Home.
J. Born and raised in Milton, Fla.,
Graveside funeral services were Lake City and Wendell of Lake,
Michael Joseph Dazinskl, 67, of held Feb. 8 with Rev. Jimmy Coyle, Como; 28 grandchildren and 20 Mrs Russell moved to Keystone in
Hampton, died Feb. 2 at his home pastor of Church, officiating greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1971 where she has resided since. IRpses ftp
extended illness. Interment She retired from the U.S. Post Of-
following an was in Eliam services will be held at 2
Born in McKeesport, Pa., Mr. Cemetery in Melrose under the p.m. Saturday at the Siloam Curtis L. McGee fice. She was also employed by the yrFDScriBBCe Means
Dazmski resided in Newark, Irv- direction of Jones Funeral Home. Methodist Church south of Lake CI- Curtis Lee McGee, 49, of U.S. Navy as a shipping clerk. She
ington,and Rahway,N.J.,then mov- ty,with Rev.Gary Heath officiating. Hopkinsville, Ky., died Tuesday, was a Protestant. ty ArrangementStuffed"Animals
ed to Starke in 1976 where he has Frederick Harper Burial will be in the church Feb. 14, following a brief illness. He Survivors include one daughter, Disk

resided since. He was employed by Frederick Joseph Harper, 52, of cemetery under the direction of Archie was a former resident of Starke. Mrs. Mary Evenly Thompson of
the Eastern Trucking gardens & Stfucfr More.
Frelghtway Keystone Heights.
STarke died Feb 8 at his home Tanner Funeral Home of
Company until his retirement. He Starke. Survivors include his wife, Jean Graveside funeral services will be
was a member of St. Edwards following a brief Illness. Sanders McGee of Hopkinsville, held at a later date in Laurel Car fyur TOT your SweetieSuEl's
Born 24 1936 in Malone,N.Y.,
Catholic Church. Apr. John Lowell McCall Ky.; his mother, Mary L McGee of -
moved Starke eight
Mr. to
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Harper Starke; five brothers Joe and Bert
John Lowell McCall 54 of Lake
months from Lake Butler. He ,
Betty Miller Dazmski; one brother, ago at the Lake Butler City, died Feb. 10 at University McGee both of Starke, James R. Retirement Community
was employed
Joseph of Tomsriver, N.J.; two Hospital of Jacksonville McGee of Carson City, Nev., Bruce
driver and was a following a
sisters, Mrs. Rose Hanley of veteran Apparel of as the a Air Force during the brief illness.A McGee of Pottstown, Pa., and Ocie Retirement Community Y B tlr ment Horn
Livinston, N.J., and Mrs. Julia Gon- McGee of Hopkinsville; one sister,
Korean Conflict. native of Union County, Mr. Mc- A email mlrarontcommunity In Ink mall community.*
nello of Cape Coral, Fl.; and several Survivors include six children; Call was the son of the late DeeWitt Mary McGee Rhoden of Salt Spr- at su.Era.Whava r oleo have Su-Er Retirement
nieces and nephews. several brother, and Leaty Shaw McCall. He lived in ings, Fla.Funeral. notes or room. later Horn.A licensed group
grandchildren one
Rosary was recited Sunday at the ; Fl. Columbia County most of his life car Independent..nlo,..Hll t- home for union that.needs
of
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral H. Raymond Harper Hague, and; where he owned and operated Mc- services will be held Friday a quiet setting with ahornIlka a..,lttanoe with"_Iolon.
two sisters Anna Humiston ..
,
Home with Father Gagan officiating Call's Auto Parts for 25 years.At the Feb. 17 at 10 a.m. at Maddox almosphara.At We give peftonallzed cam.
N.Y. '
Ashfield of Malone
Su
Mary El a wmifar
with Mass held Funeral Home Club housing 24 hr.eup.Melonha. mean
on Mondayat Memorial were held Feb. time of his death he was employedwith 700 Country utilltl... meld and
services laundry
the St. Edwards Catholic Church. Lane Hopkinsville Ky. *laundry eervlce day wok
,
the Dept. of Corrections at the
12 in Hague United Methodist ianHoat with a 24 hr. kmgtwmtlay" .CeNlled4682619 .
Burial was in Keystone Heights Reception Medical Center in Lake ,
Church in Alachua with Rev. Owen amargancy call ayttatn"
Ural
nurlinlng aut. aid.CPR
Cemetery under the direction of Archie Driscoll officiating. Interment was Butler as an auto mechanics instructor. James Alton Owens Meali optional I trained Matt

Tanner Funeral Home. in Hague Cemetery under the direc- He was a member of the Lulu James Alton Owens,76,of Lawtey,
tion of Jones Funeral Home of Advent Christian Church in Lulu. died Saturday at Whispering Pines 1 mile South on S R 325. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker
William II. Denney Starke. Survivors include his son, Logan Care Center in Starke following an

William Harold Denney, Sr.,70, of McCall,and his daughter, Lisa Holli- extended illness. Try..
Florahome,died Feb.7 in Toro Infir- Bert L. Hinson day, both of Lake City; one brother, TULLER 41
mary in New Orleans following an Earnest McCall of St. Cloud, Fla.;
Bert Lippincott Hinson 82, of
Denma McCall Skin-
one
heart attack
apparent Lawtey, died Feb. 14 in WhisperingPines sistertMrs. E-Z Chiropractic Center
ner City, one grand-
Born Sept. 5, 1918 in Benham,Ky.,
Care Center of Starke follow
daughter; and his fiance, Ms. Diane Office
Mr. Denney moved to Florahome in Keystone Heights
illness.
ing an extended
1973 from Jacksonville. He was a Born Dec. 27, 1906 in McRae, Fl. Crews of Lake City. WHEELS
S.
Graveside funeral services were 260B Lawrence Blvd.
retired
Navy veteran of WWII, a
(Clay County), Mr. Hinson was a
held Feb. 13 at the
Midway 1320 N.
electronics technician at Jackson- resident of Starke retired Temple Ave.
lifelong a
Cemetery in Union County with Rev. 4737213PAIN
ville NAS Civil Service, and a and Starke
pulpwooder heavy equipment
Leon McElhaney officiating.
member of Florahome United
operator and a Baptist. Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Home, 616S. 964-7783
Methodist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Marion St. Lake will be in I
City,
Survivors include his wife, WilmaL.
Peggy Gaskins of Lawtey and Bren- e Buy, Here e Fay Here .
of all
Denney; his son, William H., Jr., da Gardner of Keystone Heights; charge arrangements. We Finance .
of Atlanta, Ga., two brothers, NLI
one son, Bert Hinson of Panama City Mrs. Mable Futch McClellanMrs. CONTROL INJURIES
Herbert and Dennis
Denney Ray two brothers Dick of
Denney both of Jacksonville; four ; Woodrow of,Jacksonville Hamptonand ; five Mable Futch McClellan, 76, '83 DODGE ARIES Headaches 0 Work Rotated

sisters, Louise Rice of Florahome, sisters Alma Barr of WashingtonState of Lawtey, died Saturday at her Nice $495 Dn. E-Z Pay .Neck Arm 0 Sport j
extended I
home illness.
Beulah Rice of Jacksonville. Pat following an
Elsie Hall of Daytona Beach, Mid Back Personal I
Born and raised in Bradford Coun-
More. Low Back& Leg -' 0 Auto Accidents i ia I
77 EL CAMINO
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I One Owner Drives Good J ;rak' : :

Science Fair. $495 D. E-Z Payments
.. from page SB DR. RICHARD C.1ULLERClDROPRACTIC

by the Moon??" Alicia demons placed first in the '79 MONTE CARLO
place winner.In The Environmental category was Microbiology category, with a tie for CARE
Chemistry, Shannon Patrick won by David Starling,with Heather second,Carla Sheering and Rochelle Low Mileage. Clean WHEN YOU NEED
and Mark King tied for first place, Sapp placing second. Prevail. $495 Dn. E-Z Payments IT -

Heidi Sapp was second, and Tammy 24 HOURS A DAY 7
Rosier placed third. Physics was won by Peter
In the Earth and Space category, In Medicine and Health, Theresa Juchniewicz. Second place was a tie '82 BUICK SKYLARKGas DAYS A WEEK 1

only one winner was announced, Juchniewicz placed first. There between James Wilkison and Misti Saverl! p
Wendy Cowie.' first place, with a project were no otner winners in that Padgett, and third was Sheila Office Hours:
entitled' Are the Stars Affected category Harvey. $495 Dn. E-Z Payments I Mon.-Frl. 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By AppointmentLAW



USDA Has Quests ns for Local Watermelon Growers

OFFICE OF

The U.S. Department of CONDUCTED IN THE COUNTY THROUGH FEBRUARY 21. The LANSING ROY

Agriculture has set Monday, Feb. 6 EXTENSION OFFICE BETWEEN Extension Office is located at the 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
through Monday, Feb. 21, for THE HOURS OF 8:00 A.M. AND east end of the old King Memorial
watermelon gowers and handlers to 4:30: P.M MONDAY THROUGH Buildingat35N.E.lstStreetlnLakeFRIDAY Keystone Heights FL 32656

vote on a proposed research, adver- FROM FEBRUARY 6 Butler. 473-7256
tising,and sales promotion programto
improve the position of
watermelons in the marketplace.J. ANNOUNCING:

Purple Gator Western Wear GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW

Patrick Boyle, Adminstrator of "A Full Service Law Firm"
USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service Hwy 30.1 S. Starke -9644809Next 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals

said the program would to Gator II Farm Supply
operate at no cost to the federal
I government. It would be financed by Men's Levis $19.99 Divorce & Family Law Business Transactions.

\ an assessment of up to 2 cents per Trial Work. Wills & Probate. Social Security Disability.
Selection Levi Jeans
hundredweight on watermelons, Ladles Lee &
paid by farmers who grow five or 30 Off Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.
Winter Clearance Sale ft
of watermelons and be Workers Criminal
more acres Compensation. Law (DUI Felony -
first handlers-the dealers who buy Still Going On! Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.
directly from farmers. Those
Boots Buckles .
growers and handlers are eligible to State or Federal Court. Zoning Administrative &

vote in the referendum, Boyle said. Belts Levis Tack } j Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

\k ) Western Clothing Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.

( WHO: () Lay- A- Adoptions. Non-profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations.

A grower of five or more acres of Mon.-Sat.
watermelons who also handles 9 OWelcome( ) NO CHARGE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION
watermelons would pay a.m.til 6 p.m. i*

assessments for each function. Producers
t, .. .- .-. --- .
and handlers assessed under -- -
i the program could request and
receive refunds.IT .

IS IMPORTANT THAT Bruce Pollock MJD. OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor

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GROWERS VOTE:
To pass, the referendum must be

I those approved voting by or either a majority two-thirds of producers of General Adult Medical Care Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

and a majority of handlers
I accounting for at least two-thirds of Pediatrics and

the volume of watermelons ImmunizationsOffice No ."t..1
represented in the referendum.
-- and
Gynecology Closing
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DownPayment --r ,+

WHAT DOES IT COST?: Family Planning :\.... ';)' t' Cost
A maximum assessment rate of Preventive Health Care and 5 ..:". r
two cents per hundredweight whouldbe Cancer ..w"1 .,
.
Screening .
paid on watermelons grown and ;; After 5.pm
-
first-handled. *
OFFICE:. 473.3028

Our office is located behind ,964-6633 or

WHERE DO I VOTE: or .473-1039
To be eligible to vote, a person Lake Butler Hospital t or
must be either a producer of five or 964.7282 .. ;ea-i.' _' L'Io
more acres of watemelons duringthe Hand Surgery Center :.
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representative period of Jan. 1,
1988 through Dec. 31 1988, or be a PPC Approved Hospital affil I 1/2 Bath
I handler who .U the first to handle
watermelons from producers duringthe 850 East Main Street Lake Butler GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION COHIghway .

same period.Producers who also Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue 301 South e Starke '
handle their own production or the
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