Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01538
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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 23, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01538
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Cold winter weather has arrived in North Florida again, behind a Editorial!!.. . . . .. .4*
second cold front passing through our area early this morning, Th. Social Sc.n..5.6*
Thursday, Feb. 23. Public
The first front passed through about mid-day Wednesday, causSport.. ... . . .. . ..-10A _.. BCT
Ing a drop in temperatures throughout the day That Is being follow- P K
ed by a second front this morning about sunrise which will bring SECTION Bi 14 PagciCommunication t i i tip v -tF2 I lA
frost and freezing temperatures through the week'end.. Lows Friday Lino. . . 1-2B F 1{': f. 1 Y lJf- F I 1
are expected: to be in the low 20's and highs In the low 40's.Saturday Crlm N.wi. . . . .2.3.SB ,.. I ._
will see mid 20's to mid 50's, and Sunday may creep into the 60's Sclcnc Fair . . . . 4B FL. ,:,,=.E:.1 .
once more. ARC'. New Plan . . . .6B ,. 1, t \ .J I I L I I S
Northwest winds will bring windchills In the teens. Oct. Land SaUi. . 7B { :!J)
The moon was full Monday, and Is waning until the new moon Area Sport 91 .
March 7th at 1:19: p.m. Ar.a Death. IOBClaidflod The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Sunrise today was 7:01: and sunset is 6:23.: Day length is IIh 22m. 11-138 Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Siii4ff Wants

C New Co. Jail



: years. Several area jails already
:: by Buster Rahn hold federal inmates.Commissioner .
: BCT Staff Writer Joe Riddick com-
'v': Sheriff Ken Etheridge proposedthe mented the plan will require more
building of a new 100 bed jail for study, before committing to it.
Bradford County at an estimatedcost Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr ,
G i it of $5 million, in the midmonthcommissioner's said, "We need to consider a
i i ij meeting Wednes- regional jail, possibly a tri-county
day, Feb. IS. jail, similar to the landfill agree-
Sheriff Etheridge submitted a let- ment.
ter from Seay and Thomas Equities, Commission Chairman Wilbur
Inc., in which the firm is offering to Waters said, "This board realizes ;
advance funding for the jail to be the 20 x 108 ft. building is only a tem
I'o sva repaid over a long period, 20, 25 or 29 porary solution.
years.Monthly. Waters was making reference to a
payments for the three frame building being given to the
the of Corrections
options are: county by Department
-20 years, $46,242 per month. (DOC), to be moved onto the
.25 years, $43,342 per month. jail site for holding county prisoners.
\ t / -29 years, $41,972 per month. DOC recently replaced< temporary
buildings with permanent construc<
r The agreement is a lease- tion.
purchase contract, in which the
county would have the option of buy- Jail Beds...
S. I i !, 11 ll i ing the jail for $1 at the end of thepayment Bradford Jail Adminstrator Ray-

period. mond Hunt told commissioners he
The county commissioners listen- purchased 40 bed frames for the /
ed to the proposal,but made no com- Surplus Property Warehouse on

1 .. mittment. US-301S, for 25-cents each. The beds
I Free Jail. are surplus military property,which
cost approximately $65 each when
Sheriff Etheridge told commissioners -
p i. ; the county can house federal new.Hunt said the beds require sand-
prisoners for payment, and make blasting and repainting at $17.50
enough money to make payments on each. Matresses and covers will add
: a .f V a new facility. With a new 100 bed another $53 to the cost of each bed.
unit, the county can keep 40 federal
+. C b.rts inmates, receiving $45 per man, perday The building being acquired from
DOC will accomodate 26 beds, which
and clear more $100,000per
llrr- Hunt said will cost total of
above the lease payments.The a $884, or
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$1,280 for the 40 beds purchased.The < .

District 5-3A Champion Basketball Team... commissioners voted to fund

After they calmed down some, the Lady Tornadoes, the 19X9 District i Evelte Covington score keeper La Donna Banks, Aurilla Williams, Ken- hiring surplus additional funds personnel can be utilizedin in the time$884 ,for with 26 the complete remaining beds 14 framesto at this
5-3A basketball champions, lined up for this picture. dra Butler, and Assistant Coach Ronnie Norman. Sheriff's Department, Etheridgesaid. be stored
Front row (l-r), kneeling: JV Coach Clara DeSue, Manic Williams AnBradford fans celebrating In back of the team are Inez DIggs Donnie Sheriff for later said use. the
Etheridge jail'sbudget
nette Simmons, and Dana Norman. Jackson, Bernard Brown, John Hamilton, JoAnn Jackson, and Tangela The plan assumes more federal for last
Standing: Coach John Slater, Carol Ann Roberts, Latara Jackson, Pittman. year was$187,000, but
For details and other 8A.
sports see page prisoners jail space in the expenditures will increase as new
Jacksonville area for the next 20-29 beds are added.

Worth Jimmy Bowen Sentenced 6-Months ProbationFormer I

Starke police chief Jimmy That's the type of charge which was for Bowen to plead guilty to the Police Department (SPD), which worked 12 years for Terwillegar
9pting Bowen was placed on probation for doesn't merit the doing of a jail misdemeanor and get the matter has had two appointed temporary Motors as a front-end mechanic. He
six months when he was sentenced sentence or a big fine," Atty. Brown behind him, or to spend $10,000 for a chiefs and now an elected chief for resigned when elected police chief.
Monday,Feb.20, after pleading guilty said. trial in which Brown has maintained an eight-month term. Bowen served one term as
Feb. 6, to one count of petty theft, "I think the state should have that Bowen would be found not guil- The new chief, Jimmy Epps, member of the Starke city commis
BHS Class of 1969... a misdemeanor,in a plea bargaining dismissed the charges," Brown said ty."Mr. elected Feb. 7, said he supports the sion. He served 16 years as a very
agreement that reduced the charges Monday, Feb. 20. "But we're pleased Bowen is relieved to get this court's decision and is now workingto popular police chief until resigning
The BHS class of 1969 Reunion
from two felonies to one misde with the court's decision. We may behind him and get on with his life," improve the reputation of the Aug. 18, 1988 after being charged
Committee will
meet Thursday, with grand theft of an air compressor
meanor. have Mr. Bowen's record Brown said. Bowen stood silently SPD.
Feb. 23 at 7 the Starke Golf
and p.m.Club. Attorney Terry Brown maintainshis expunged." next: to Brown during the sentencingand Bowen, 55, is working again for which was recovered by
Country client, Bowen, is not guilty of the Brown said before the sentencingthat refused to make any comment Terwillegar Motors. He is managerof police after having been stolen. He
PTO Meeting at SE... misdemeanor. "What we're talking he anticipated Bowen would not afterward. the new Penzoil Quick Lube was also!! charged with official
about is a matter of petty theft in be sentenced to jail time. Monday's sentencing ends a six- operation on Madison Street. BOWeil..P.10A)
A Starke Elementary PTO which Mr. Bowen is not guilty.County The choice, Attorney Brown said, month-long ordeal for the Starke Bowen came to Starke in 1958 and (See
meeting is scheduled for Thursday,
Feb. 23 at 7 p.m., in BHS

and chorus Auditor 2nd of!am.grades patriotic After will the music.present meeting a 1st Working to Strengthen Fly Control Law Ib I

Buster Rahn March 20 being set as the tentative possible to control the flies, but ad- Larvadex, a feed supplement that Columbia County, said, "We have a
BEA Dinner... BCT Staff WriterEnvironmental date for another workshop.The mitted he has had problems in get- inhibits fly larvae in the droppings. different type operation,in which we
The Bradford Health Director concensus of the group, including ting hired help to maintain the Baez did not indicate that he used clean out the houses every 3-5 days.
Education Associa-
Ken Pabst and Bradford County Pabst and Riddick, is that chicken farm. Larvadex on a regular basis, only The Baez farm can be operated at an
Bradford tion "is pleased to present the Commissioner Joe Riddick held a the fly problem in Bradford County Two chemicals are in use by that the cost is $500-$600 per month acceptable level, but it won't be fly-

education legislative community delegation and local, the workshop Monday, Feb. 20, to hear is confined to a single poultry operation poultry farmers, Larvadex and for his 33,000 laying hens in 6 houses. dated.free, none I are. The Baez consult farm with is out-the
citizen's input into an updated or- located on the north side of sprays. Neither can be used continuously According to one area egg pro-- suggest you
leaders in a discussion of mutual of Florida for
BEA President dinance to control houseflys. CR-18, across the highway from according to Pabst but ducer, the Baez facility is an older University.
concerns George Bowen., says Approximately 45 people, mostly Hampton Lake. The facility, an egg are to be used intermittently, 3 type operation, now outdated and assistance.In controls resi-
Lake filled weeks followed 3 weeks oft difficult to maintain by today's stan discussing one
from the Hampton area, producing operation, is owned by on by
The be
BEA dinner will held
said "We
no longer get
Feb. the commissioner's conferenceroom Bernardo Baez, who lives on the pro Baez said he had sprayed both dards. ,
23 in the StarkeWoman's
Thursday in the courthouse. A new ordinance perty.Baez. "yesterday and today" (Sunday and Eddie Hazen manager of a Hill
Sen. Sherry Club Walker, at 7 p.m., Rep. George will be prepared and with said he is doing everything Monday). Baez also said he had used and Dale! egg producing facility in (See FlyS..P.10A)

Crady and Rep. Chance Irvin are

discussions.The expected public to.
each. CAll BEA office, ph. 964-5285 -

for reservations. of a study just released by UF study, is due in large part to the quent shift of some inmates, Reflecting this shift of inmates, shown l in the UF report to the 1980
the University of Florida Bureau of practice of including inmates in census previously housed in Lake Butler the UF study credited Union County federal census figure of 20,023 would
Hymn Sing... Economic and Business Research counts of counties in which RMC, to the Bradford side of New with a population increase of only give Bradford County a current
. indicated< that Union County's prisons are located. During the eight River. During the same period nine persons in the past eight years, estimated population of 24,307. Due
Everyone is invited to come this population increased by only 0.1 per- year period of the UF study a shift of Union Correctional inmate population while Bradford County showed again partially to its prison inmate loss
Sunday Evening, Feb. 26, to join cent during the eight-year period prison population from Union to decreased from over 2,200 to a of 4,274 during the same period. Union County showed an Increase of
the fun and fellowship at First between 1980 and 1988, while Brad- Bradford County would account in current figure of 1,542, about 700 in Although inmate populations are only nine persons from 10,166 in the
United Methodist Church. ford County's gain was 19.2 percent. part for Bradford County's more dividuals. This would account for a constantly shifting,they are countedin 1980 census to 10,175 in the current
include sing, at 7:30 p.m., will While figures do not lie, they rapid growth. loss of a thousand or more people the Federal census also,making it UF study. '
lots of congregational sing- sometimes tend to mislead unless During the UF study period the from Union County, and some gainin difficult to get an accurate< < count of Baker County showed a gain of 21.3
ing with emphasis on instrumentaltalent. underlying circumstances are New River Correctional Institution Bradford County, although all the any county with prisons at any given percent in the study, while fast-
Piano, organ, flute and oboe known. Union County's apparent (East and West Units) were openedin decrease from UCI didn't necessarily time. growing Clay County had a 47.9 percent
solos are planned during the slowness of growth, as shown in the Bradford County, with a conse- move into Bradford County. Adding the 4,274 population gain growth rate.
special service.A

nursery will be provided. Hampton to Hire Fulltime Employee for Maintenance and Water Dept.and I

BHS Alumni Meet...
by Joe employee and supervise his work cost saving move, and the remaining to properly maintain the in emergencies at night and
BHS alumni will meet Monday, Cissy
assignments."The employee has been injured and has !system. weekends Is needed.A .
Feb. 27 in the Western Steer BCT Staff WriterAt way the charter reads, the his arm in a cast, no one is availableto In an effort to avoid raising water transfer of funds from the
Steakhouse at 6 p.m. for a dutch the regular meeting of the mayor Is the supervisor of city install the water meter and do 'rates, the two employees were general fund Into the water reserve
treat dinner. A business meetingand Hampton City Council, Tuesday employees," said councilman other needed maintenance work. 'reduced last month to one 30 hour account, with a receipt for the
special guest speaker will evening, February 14, a need for a Elwood Padgett. Attorney Gene Shaw pointed out I per week employ deposit mailed to the bonding com \
follow at 6:30 p.m. full time water department and The need for a water meter to be that the agreement with the bonding But that is not Working. Needed pany, has satisfied the bondholder \l
All alumni and guests are In- general maintenance employee was installed at property owned by Owen company stipulates that enough income work on the system, such as installing for now, but the maintenance has '
discussed. Simmons, brought the matter up. be generated by the water I' meters and fixing leaking water
vited.9th Mayor Lola Williamson will Since the two former employeeswere department keep a reserve fund j I mains, is not getting done. A full (See Hampton..P.ZAI
Grader Parents... advertise for the position, hire the reduced to one l last month,as a on deposit to meet the next payment, 1'time employee,.who can be called on

with Feb.Conferences parents 27 and Wednesday of will BHS be 9th held,grade March Monday 1, Commissioner Silcox Switches Stance, Wants to Save Rosenberg Building >tin I

students. BHS student advisors will "Maybe we shouldn't dispose of the turn-of-the-century building may compliance with the Trust'a.re. Ject, wiui resources to renovate um
meet with the student and his by Buster Rahn building." become an Irreplaceable< asset to the quirementa.The structure, estimated at $300,000.In .
parents) to plan a program of BCT Staff Writer city, Silcox said. event the Trust doesn't find an
study for the students 3 remaining An agreement to turn the old Commissioner Travis Woods, surprised Florida Trust for Historical Investor, the building will revert to i
years of high school. Rosenberg building! over to the by' the new Silcox position, Preservation is a non-profit the city. Governmental agencies in-
Parents of BHS 9th graders are Florida Trust for Historical Preservation asked "Wasn't it the original Intent organization dedicated to finding individuals terested in preservation will accept
encouraged to return the appoint- Is ready to sign,City Attorney of the council to raze the buildingand In the end, the council instructed or others to preserve the two years as prima facia
mer form distributed earlier, or Terence Brown told Starke commissioners put a parking lot on the site?" Attorney Brown to check with the buildings of historical significance evidence that the building cannot be
call Mrs. Julie Miller, ph. 964-6800, in their meeting Tuesday, Trust, to determine if it will be acceptable through renovation and utilize them saved, and will relinquish any and
ext. 110, to make arrangements fora Feb. 21. Silcox admitted the council's to insert a clause giving the for public or private use. all claims. The city will then be free
conference. original intent was to clear the lot, city the right to retake the buildingat to raze It.Attorney.
Commissioner Vernon Silcox, who but the situation has now changed. any time during the two year life The agreement, when signed, will Brown thinks the Trust f
(se Worth. Noting..H.3A has spearheaded a drive to raze the With the proposed museum being of the agreement, providing; the cityis give the Trust two years in which to will accept the clause, and theagreement
.. building In prior months, said, built at Camp?Blanding, a renovated prepared to renovate the building find someone interested in the pro- can go forward. '


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Laws Regulating Borrow Pits

To Be Studied and Toughenedby n

Buster Rahn Waters instructed O'Neal to make a lion for accumulated annual leave i
BCT Staff Writer complete report to the commissionin and sick time, won approval for t
Bradford County Zoning Director the March meeting. severance pay In amount of 2178. 4
and member of the committee on Bradford commissioners are in Commissioners voted unanimously
borrow pit guidelines, reported to process of writing a new law to con- to award Green severence pay, _
county commissioners Wednesday, trol borrow pits after residents west when it learned that he Is the last
Feb. 15, outlining Clay County's or- of Keystone Heights reported that a person not to have received payment _
dinance governing borrow pits. 3-acre borrow pit being dug near .
Clay County requires borrow pitsto their homes. The current county law
contain a minimum 3 acres, at on borrow pits excludes sites Chairman Waters said the records
least 100 feet from a county road. smaller than five acres. The countycan have been researched, and the only
Prior to removing dirt from a pit, currently require smaller borrow other person seeking severence pay
the operator must submit an environmental pits to be fenced and that the does not qualify, because he (or she)
impact study and a sides be sloped, but cannot control does not have 10 years of continuous
reclamation program. He must then where they are located. service, required by county or
post performance bond for 150 per The new county law is expected to dinance.
cent of the estimated reclamationcost. prohibit borrow pits in residentialareas.

Bid Opened...
Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr. Blount Pontiac, Gainesville sub
said, "Use the Clay County Ordinance Green Wins One... mitted the lowest bid for a cab and
for a guide, but not ver Former Deputy Robert Green, the chassis, to be used as a fuel truck.
batim." last "old time" county employee to Blount's bid for$22,502 was acceptedby
fommiision rhnirm.in Wilbur' r"rp; without r*'oorn! .. """'! "O" the commissioners. PRIDE
Students at Bradford
The students
Excellence in the state's program.
These four Bradford High seniors are among two perare l-r) lonya Klein, Yvonne Bobo. Julie Ferguson,
I Scouts Get Lesson in Community Affairs cent of Florida high school seniors to earn Certificates of and Betsy Nail.

By Attending City Council Meeting Hereby Local PRIDE Students RecognizedFour

Woods to meet with Ms. roughly twice the salary. A lieute-
Buster Rahn Walker promised"tomorrow nant in SFD is paid about$14,000 per Bradford High seniors have oYvonne'Bobo, science. Bradford High School 'on the
BCT Staff WriterScoutmaster Feb. 22) and address, the(Wednesday, year.Schaefer. been named PRIDE students, a Julie Ferguson, social studies. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or
Bryan Greene Brenda problem. said Gas Foreman John Florida program to Recognize In.Tonya Klein, science. the American College Test (ACT).
Trent Rt. 4 Starke
his assistant Lee Hardenbrook Thornton has itiative and Distinction in Educa- PRIDE student each
been wearing two hats Elizabeth Nail, writing. To qualify as a ,
sought to in Video
the approval put a
escorted 7 Boy Scouts to city Recreation Room for since Bob Paterson retired last year, tion. Each will receive a PRIDE Award must have a 3.5 grade point average
council meeting Tuesday,Feb.in 21,the as 9-18,in the building being children vacated, ages by without an increase in compensation The students and their areas of expertise of Excellence. based on a 4.0 grading system, and
exercise in "Citizenship
an are:
and requested a one-step promotion These students scored highest at
and toward Stumps Department Store.
Community, a step
or a 10 percent raise.
"No drugs or alcoholic beverageswill
merit badges in citizenship.
council agreed to consider a
be allowed, Trent said.
Scouts attending the meeting were
request by Merrill Dees, who headsup I
Doug Snyder, Jason Morin, Jason Mayor Bobby Biggs told Trent the Gas .
Greene, Josh Brewer, Patrick that Chief Epps will have to make a council Department.The approved the
Hurst, Vincent Ennis and Cory background check before further ac- diture of budget funds for the expen-purchase NOEGEL'S AUTO SALESCHECK
Goetzman.It tion can be taken. of both hardware and soft-
was one of the better council Kathy Tye, representing Families ware for the city clerk's office. The
meetings for the scouts to attend, Against Drugs (FAG), asked per equipment is required for inventory
since considerable citizen participation mission to tie ribbons and/or bowson control. CHECK US OUT
was on the agenda. city light poles. The council approved the sale of 12
Schaefer said the city had items, surplus to city needs. The FOR QUALITY USED
Citizens Speak... cooperated in prior times, and will items will be advertised and bids :
Elizabeth Walker appealed to the assist FAD again this year. He told sought within the next few weeks. CARS i
council to repair Old Lawtey Road, Ms.bows.Tye that Weldon will put up the Commissioner Vernon Silcox
saying potholes damage cars that reported a Rules and Law Committee
Bill Weldon is
Director of
traverse the much traveled street. Power Resources. city has been appointed to make AYMENTS AS LOW A
When two cars meet there is recommendations for considerationby

danger of turning over, Walker said. .. the council. Accepting appoint- DOWN Per Mo
The potholes make it impossible to Miscellany. ments are Dwayne Hardee, John 2
keep cars in good operating condi Schaefer reported Starke Fire Miller, Bruce Scott, Ross Chandler PAYMENTS! O e Cars
tion. "What can be done? she ask Department Lt. Rex Selmer resigned and one other, whose name was not
his position and went with the revealed, since he has not agreed to
ed.Streets Commissioner Travis Orange Park Fire Department, at serve.

I City To Hold Zoning Meeting Tonight, SUPERCAB 1986 MAZDA PICKUP$5295 JI 4-Dr. 1985 BUICK SKYLARK$3995

Extra Sharp Nice: Priced Right
County to Petition Zoners for Rulingby

1984 PONTIAC 6000 1984 MUSTANG T-TOP

Buster Rahn Land Use Plan, and a special excep- Two items will appear on Brad- Economical
BCT Staff Writer tion to allow a jail on the site. ford County's agenda: $800 Dn, IGO/Mo.. $ $800 Dn, IGO/Mo. $42 95
County Health Department: A 42 9 5
The City of Starke will hold its Daniel R. Massey: Requesting the 29 Mos. 29MQ3.
regular monthly Zoning Board similar request to rezone the site on
rezoning of .69 acre from
Broadway St., to bring the facilityinto
meeting tonight (Thursday, Feb. 23)
followed by the Board of Adjustment compliance. A special exceptionwill Agriculture Neighborhood on to SR-16 Commercial,northwest of 1984,FOZD, T-BIRD 7 : E'LAN 1983 MONTE CARLO
be required for this facility,
meeting, and Bradford County will .
intersection with Morgan Road. Re- j, .
also. 302-V 8-' ; Extra
hold similar meetings Tuesday,Feb. 3995'Loaded
28. Both Zoning Board meetins beginat Beulah Napier: Property owner is food quest items.is being" made "for the sale of ''CJ AT 27 -?, tI'O: 1tal' tiU1l: < IIIoH m *n :I 19',111
7 p.m. requesting rezoning of 2.5 acres to

place of a town.mobile home in the Reno section Arthur A. Pratt: Lot 2, Block 1 of 1983 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX LJ 1982 BUICK REGAL
Pinebreeze Subdivision, one mile
City Agenda... Gus Kopelousos: Asking for east of Starke. Pratt seeks to put
County Jail: County commis- special exception to allow Vito s Piz- property in classsification with V-8 $ v9 5j 12 Priced $3 6 9 5
sioners will be petitioning the Starke za to re-locate to Deer Foot Village special exception so that structurecan Tu-Tone Paint to Sell
Zoning Board to rezone the jail site (Walmart Shopping Center). be used for a group living facili
to bring its classification into com- ty. A special exception will be 1981 PONTIAC T-1OOO 1982 TOYOTA TERCEL
pliance with the Comprehensivefallen County Agenda. sought, also.

I A Economical/C, Automatic, 2495 2 Economical Door, 5 Speed $2495

Hampton. .

H From page 1A Clean! One Owner

behind. The next bond pay Also,tests on the water purity, and start the next day, Wednesday mor $500 Dn. $140/Mo $2695 $50ODn.18 Months$125/Mo $2295
20 Months
ment will become due in September, quality must be run again, according ning.
according to the clerk and funds to the clerk. "Last time those
must be on hand by then for the costs almost destroyed$1,000 bill," Zoning Request... 1981 TOYOTA PICKUP 1983 PLYMOUTH SCAMP P/U
amount due. "You've got to charge he said. These tests must be made
A request for a zoning change Extra Clean
enough Attorney to Shaw.pay for the system. said by October 1. from Open Rural to Light Industrialwas $600 Dn. $150/Mo. $3495 J $500 Dn. $125/Mo $249 5

"No one is getting by" without School Crossing Guard.., asked for by Padgett. The re- 25 Months 20 MonthsOEGEL'S
Clerk quest was accepted by the council as
water bills,
their says
paying A school crossing to work
guard his application for rezoning, and
Gordon Wadsworth. The $25 depositis 11 V4 hours daily,45 minutes both
morning after due advertisement,will be considered AUTO SALE
not sufficient though,or a shorter
and evening, at a salary of $60 by the council, sitting as the
time for bills to become delinquent is
bi-weekly was hired at the meeting.
zoning board, at the next council
needed to prevent people leaving Starke Since 1947
Cathy Thornton, at the meeting to meeting. Adjoining landowners will Serving
to the city. It is wE
town owing
encourage reinstalling the crossing :
be notified of the application, and a
three months before a bill becomes guard, recommended for the ACCEPT
was job puulic hearing was set for next council We Service
and the meter can
delinquent by councilman Elwood Padgett. She March -
meeting date 14. :
pulled to force payment, he said. agreed to take the Job, and was to "I'm trying to do this right, and What We Sell
follow the proper procedure," said
Padgett. "Everyone here just goes
ahead and does it."The
City Councilis
the zoning board for Hampton,he HWY 301, NORTH/STARKB FLA 32091/PHONE ((904)) 9646461Sawyer

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Buster Rahn ing some of the downtown conges- Epps said merchants and
BCT Staff Writer tion.Adam employees are beginning to use the
John Nolan business manager for Revels, recently from municipal parking lot, but signs are
Terwillegar Motors told the Starke Green Cove Springs, will be needed on Call Street to aid
Council Tuesday Feb. 21, that his manager of the lot. customers to find the lot.
firm has leased the old Forestry Commissioner Schaefer said the
Equipment site on US-301 south for a Bond Trustees... city doesn't own Call Street; it is a
used car sales lot, but they have run Linda Wise, substituting for Clerk part of SR-230, and the Installation of
into a glitch in zoning laws and need Neil Tucker, reported that City Bond signs will require approval by the &; p
temporary assistance. Trustees recommended all bids to Florida Department of Transporta-
Nolan said the property at the intersection sell an old bucket truck be rejectedas
of Lincoln City Road and being too low. tion.Epps asked the status of the
US-301 is zoned for the sale of heavy High Springs was the high bidderat "2-hour" parking limit.
equipment, boats, mobile $5,000, when bids were opened two Schaefer said two years ago, Call
etc., but not for the homesf weeks ago, with others in the Street merchants asked the city
automobiles. Under the assumptionthat neighborhood of $2,500. council to remove the 2-hour restric-
sales Wise said the Bond Trustees tion on parking.
willegar. recommended the city enter into :
building and hard surfaced the lot, negotiations with High Springs an Mayor Bobby Biggs told Epps to L
prior to finding the zoning glitch. attempt to get a better price, and discuss the parking question to
Nolan asked the council to provide help the neighboring town at the Streets Commissioner Travis -
temporary relief by Issuing a permit same time. Woods.
immediately, since it will take about City Attorney Terence Brown ad- Epps asked if Inmates might
60 days to get the special exception vised the council that negotiation is "bag the trash" when sweeping Call
granted through regular zoning legal as long as it results In Starke Street. Woods said the city has
channels. The request for a special receiving more for the vehicle than recieved a new sweeper purchased

exception will be made as quickly as the highest competitive bid. recently, and will have It in service 'n" U_",,,, ." T"" ''._' _< '. ,< "..........,.......
possible. Nolan( said. The council instructed Director of soon.

City Attorney Terence Brown said Power Resources Bill Weldon to Epps suggested that Call Street be Terwillegar Ford Moving Used Cars to US-301 South...
negotiate with High and
Springs made into street from
the city council can recommend that report back to the council at its next "both ends"a from one-way US-301 to Walnut Some of the congestion of automobiles In downtown Machinery Co., Inc. vacated the lot, operated by Dean
City Clerk Neil Tucker Issue a permit meeting. Street, and from the railroad to Starke will be eliminated when Terwillegar Ford Motor Ward and Lowell shad of Union County sold to Tidwater
but Tucker may require Zoning Walnut Street. No action was takenon Co. moves Its used car operation to US-301 South, says Equipment Co., also on US-301S.
Director Darrell O'Neal to Opportunities... the suggestion. John Nolan, business manager for the company. Terwillegar Ford has paved the lot and painted the
"sign-off" on the request. O'Neal Commissioner Wall reported a asked if the isn't The property, formerly used for selling forestry.and buildings so it will be an attractive used cart lot. says
Epps city respon-
was not present at the council logging equipment was vacated when Forestry Nolan.
meeting.Councilman. vacancy on the City Zoning Board as sible for caring for the shrubbery
result of Chief of Police Jimmy Epps along Call Street.
Ed Wall said if the city
resigning his seat on the board upon Schaefer said the city did not
sales can in town permits it should to be allow able to tent ac- being elected to city office. agree to maintain the shrubbery,but Commissioners Unsure About U-CAP RequestStarke
comodate local dealer. Commissioner Charles Schaefer said later, the city would do so.
a reported two vacancies on the code Otis McKinney asked the council if
Out of town dealers have held at
least two tent sales in Starke, in the enforcement board. Call Street made up the entire city, commissioners were non- ty roads will be main arteries to the of fighting the proposed approval of
past year one on Bradford Square Both commissioners are looking since it seemed to be the only area of committal to Dean Traylor's requestfor incinerator, and the possibility of the Ellerbee sue, as did the town of
and one on US-301 south. for volunteers to serve on their interest. McKinney said there is funds for U-CAP to wage a legal trucks loaded with hazardous Raiford Traylor said.
respective boards. Neither is a paid much to be done in the area in whichhe battle against citing the hazardous materials poses a real danger to the "Baker County commissionerswere
Wall moved to issue a temporary position, but offer opportunities for lives, citing ditches that need waste treatment facility on SR-121 county. and especially to the schools solicited for funds today (Tues-
permit to Terwillegar Motors good community service, wise said. cleaning low water pressure, and north of Raiford at Ellerbee Curve. near US-301, in event of a traffic ac- day) but I don't know their
until May 1,subject to the special ex- other problems.Schaefer cident. response Traylor said.
ception being approved. The motion Glenda Epps... assured McKinney that Traylor, representing U-CAP U-Cap Is asking every governmental -
received a second and passed 5-0. President of the Downtown Mer- water and sewer plans now being (United Citizens Against Pollution), Traylor said Union County will request agency in the area to contribute
Nolan said Terwillegar Motors chants Association Glenda Epps implemented will improve utility spoke at length to the city commis- $3.1 million from the state to funds to fight the siting of the hazar-
will move 50-75 vehicles from the came before the council to make services In the residential area, sion, recounting stories of In- beef up emergency services, if the dous waste plant, and "We want
corner (US-301 and SR-100), reliev- three requests: some of which can be seen in April. cinerators in several places in the incinerator is approved for the money from the Starke Council,"
United States and the health problems Ellerbee site. Bradford and Baker Traylor said.
attributed to their operations. Counties will require a like amount Mayor Bobby Biggs asked "Isn't
Worth NotingBHS for their emergency services the purpose of the plant to get rid of
I Traylor voiced UCAP's"objectionto Traylor said, but "1 don't look for hazardous materials? Isn't it to keep
the proposed incinerator for the state to fund them." hazardous waste out of the environ-
disposal of hazardous waste in Union ment?"
Class of 1979... Bookmobile... For further information contact County, saying it will be the first In Bradford County contributed Traylor admitted that is the pur-
Florida, an experiment. The facility $5,000 toward defraying legal costs of the plant.
BHS Class of 1979 is planning a New hours for Bradford County Ms. V. Mitchellat pose
ten year class reunion. The next Bookmobile have been announcedfor the local Job Service Office, will be designed to handle a truck I I
load of waste each 10 minutes if
meeting is set for Monday, March Thursdays: 964-8092. Florida generated waste is handled.If .
13 at Barbecue. RSVP 8-10 Strawberry {Pageant SignupThe
Sonny's a.m., Brooker Elementary hazardous waste is trucked in
964-8683, 964-2296 or 282-8743. School from throughout the southeast as
10-12 a.m. Brooker City Hall Free Seminar... proposed,even more truckloads will 27th Annual Bradford County Strawberry Pageant is set I
Upcoming... 12:15-1:15: : p.m., Graham Post be incinerated in the
A turkey hunting seminar, proposed facili- 1989 in the School Auditorium,
in the Office sponsored said. for Bradford High
Public meetings ty, Trayor :Geril8
coming weeks are: 1:30-2:30 p.m., Kite's Realty and Gun by Club the Camp, will be Blanding held Friday Rod Traylor.told the city council that L: 16-21:pickup your applications and rules from l
Starke Zoning Board will meet Learn Trade. Feb. 24 in the Camp Blanding Ar- people will not move into the county Mitchells Drugs in Starke Now
Thursday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m., in CI- a mory, at 7:30: p.m. if the Incinerator is placed at is
Deadline for entries is March 10th. The pageant sponsored by
ty Hall. The Job Training Partnership Come hear the latest on calling Ellerbee Curve, and industry will
Bradford( County School Board Act (JTPA) will send you to schoolat camo and safety tips. Other topicsto not locate in the area. the Junior Woman's, Club of Starke.
will hold second meeting of the the Vocational Center, if you be discussed are gun loads pat- Turning to a discussion of hauling
month Monday, Feb. 27, in Ad- qualify. terning your shotgun and much waste, Traylor said Bradford Coun-
mininstation Building on N. Temple There are openings in Commercial more. There will be free handoutsand o
'Biadford: ) Vehicle and Driving, door prizes. Lamar Williams' 'u.. ,
County Zoning lard Cosmetology Clerical> Welding! ,,._ will be the guest speaker. Call.ph. '..,
J in meetrn Starke iesd City HaJ.-rPfiW8, $ 7 p.m., Heavy ticulture.EquipnUand, >rr I Ir?; .q.L 9&4-$640. I- -.," j .!' 'n ',,tr {II r ,1".,vi 11tt1, 'II 1 t/'JI'IJ/ A. ,q, 17 4'i, ; i, ?qrn I If. ,,:, .. ,i I/I-.

Antique Sola... r

The Lake City Garden Club will
hold its 20th annual antique show I
and sale at the American Legion [] ;
Post no. 5T, on SR-41 South Friday, '
Saturday and Sunday March 3-5.
Friday and Saturday hours, 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Sunday hours noon to 5 fr9D! rTh
p.m.Home Admission, $2. available. !a _

Antique Stow and

Sale... 11 peatlfdJ Iace,

The Lake City Garden Club Is
sponsoring Its 20th annual antique
show and sale, beginning Friday
March 3, through Sunday, March 5.
Hours 10 a.m. to 7 p m., Friday and FISH!
.Saturday, noon to 5 p.m., on Sun-
... day
,' The show and sale will be held at
the American Legion Post no. 57,
on SR-41 south. Admission, $2. I
Home cooked meals available. 3 GREAT I?

FAD Me.t...

Families Against Drugs (FAD)
will meet Tuesday, Feb. 28. at 7:15p.m. :
., In the Vo-Tech Media '
Center. Plans for the May "Just WAYS!
Say No" to drugs week. All in- Ic i/l/
terested persons are Invited to at-
tend. _ _

Free Tax H.lp... .
The Bradford County Public
Library is providing office space OriginalBatter I -
for Volunteer Income Tax _
Assistance (VITA) and TCE tax' Go

counseling volunteers.The Library programs also has and a supply of. 1It.E. ,

tax be The.ordered 1800424FORM.forms.tax assistance,Forms using toll not program free in stock phoneno. may will "I ;:c87; :

be held each Wednesday, 1-4 p.m., ''IJ II.i
from Feb. 8 through April 12. It'

I 00. O l .OIO When get a telecommunications system
Chamber Mlx.r... ., BakedBaked you

The Starke-Bradford Chamber of 'it's '
from Centel tailored to fit.
Commerce Business After Hours Fish Dinner,on a bed .
Mixer will be held this month on o 0 ,andhi cole slaw green beans $3.89
Tuesday Feb. 28 In the China c puppies.Captain. to'
Garden hestaurant (formerly Looking to try on a new telecomFor everything from installation

Garden Restaurant, 5:30-7 p.m. munications system? Why not outfit your maintenance, talk to Centel about a cus

that Mrs.all Showmay Chamber Chern members requests attend. business with a convenient and costtomized telecommunications system.VNfeTl

Door prizes will be awarded. effective Centel key system or PBX., create one to suit your business perfectly:

OkA'Q Wfell tailor a brand new up-to-date

RJE Class off 1969... system to meet your needs exactly. A flex-

Meeting set for Sunday, Feb. 28 ible system so you can make alterations ;\
at Kelly's Nlte Limit, at 7 p.m. Call as need them. .
BUlbo, ph. 782-3130 and let him SeafoQd.Fne : : you CERTELWherepeople
know your plans to attend the reunion UM 100%Cholesterol Most Centel systems are available for I '

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etUTOKiALSNothing -I. DOTs 20-Year Plan


j Planned to Relieve A.----7 %4'f ( f; /a ve .: .

Traffic Congestion on 301The iSLT

fastest growing thing in Bradford commercial establishments along that J

County is the traffic on U.s. 301, route. e r : 1 i

although the county did show a healthyrate In his meeting with Commissioners, itL fl, L IVI CiA -r 1 ,

of population increase during the Miller conceded that the proposed turn- .a irscs -

past decade, according to a just- pike that caused such apprehension I rwro

released study made by the University several months ago is definitely on the

of Florida Bureau of Economic and back-burner now, due to a "cash

Business Research. crunch" in the Department of Transportation (uFATTTEwa.
and shortage of funds to finance
that durIng a
researchers report
The UF
Bradford County additional studies of possible corridors. ..: ..0. 'u"LEUEl.NIJII.; : .P '
the period 1980-88. These studies must be made before the 1..w T. r... r. '1 d" # !
estimated 4,274 in population ,
gamed an held. dr-;7 ';:: :.a. PVhAMi
which when added to the 1980 census final hearings are ACTIVITY iv. I -

figure of 20,023, gives a total estimated The only major improvement affec- w..w ariair arm i \ 1 ,

of 24,307 at the present time. ting Bradford and Union Counties is the 7r
population ...... -
This represents a growth rate of 21.3 for projected four-laning of State Highway AM. ,. -- .,i..r % ,

he eight-year period, slightly less than 100 from Lake City through Lake Butler "Now-It.o An.n.4 n.."".- -.rww .. { -, 1

the 22 2 percent gain chalked up by and Starke, and on to Keystone Heights t_ :
Baker County, but far behind the 47.9 increase and East Palatka. But this is in the last i I'Y

in Clay. Union County's growthrate phase of the 20-year plan covering the A yuaws.. cccacc 00000 .ooGa ? D ,
lIT. Pr.npr 00000 00000 Oao< o 1 AIaCHt31CQL mil
was reported at only 0.1 percent- period of 1999 to 2008. anw r

the lowest in the State. These figures in- Another interesting feature of the

'Jude prison population which is 3,863 in long-range map is the proposed ac-

Bradford County and 2,697 in Union. quisiton of the G.S.dr F. railroad right- Bill Grant's Sudden SwitchTo Civil War Buff

With the latest traffic count on 301 of-way paralleling Highway 41 from

soaring above 30,000 vehicles per day, it Jasper to Lake City, and then paralleling Gives New Lighton
Draws Demo Criticism
means that there are more cars daily on most of 100 to its terminus at East

this heavily truck-travelled route than Palatka. It is DOT'S policy to acquire LincolnEditor

there are people in Bradford County.At railroad rights-of-way that might be Voters who went to the polls last home town of Madison to mange his

meeting with Bradford County abandoned in the future, if they parallel November and elected Bill Grant as Congressman registration." this He a long said time"he had and recent beendeliberating
a Second
where additional lanes from the sprawling Telegraph:
state highways President Bush and
Commissioners last week Departmentof suddenly found themselves Tuesday conversations with
Transportation District II Secretary will be needed. represented by a Republican insteadof Republican National Committee Chair- In the tint paragraph of your article
William Miller admitted that Starke is a The turnpike delay was caused by a Democrat. man Lee Atwater had finally convinced about Dr.Mudd(Feb. 16 issue),the writer
him to make the switch. the statement that February was
traffic bottleneck on U.S. 301, but said DOT trying to do "too much, too quick, Grant,who was first to the elected seat to vacated Congressin by -I've been growing frustration with the chosen makes as Black History Month- part-

he sees no relief for the situation in the with too little", according District 1986 as successor Don Fuqua, switched his reluctance of the Democratic Party to because Abraham Lincoln was born dur-
foreseeable futurein fact, no improvements Director Grady Greene. DOT Secretary Representative from Democrat to Republican reflect the views that 1 reflect," Grant ing this month. Further, the writer states
were shown for 301 on Kaye Henderson had early on announced Just registration three months into the two-year term said.His shift of parties tilts the balance of that Mr. Lincoln signed the Emancipation

DOT's of road projects planned for his goal to speed up the department'sroad for which he was elected on the power in Florida's congressional delega- Proclamation, abolishing slavery, after
map Democratic ticket last November.Grant's tion in the House of Representatives, giving the Civil War.
the next 20 years. construction program by "cuttingin switch of parties i Republicans a 10 to 9 majority. It could
half the time from concept to con- unexpected also cost veteran Representative Charles If February was chosen for Black
The railroad crossing on 301 South, caught Democrats by surprise in the vast History Month because of Mr. Lincoln, it
Duval chairmanship
crete". But due to abortive budget procedures district which stretches Bennett County
traf- 2nd Congressional
coal trains creates a choice indeed.
now used by of the Florida delegation. was a poor
showdown audit was of Clay County to
when a from the western part
DOT sees no Chair-
which Grant's
for action.
fic problem it found the money justwasn't Holmes and Washington counties in the Commenting on First, Mr. Lincoln had a generally poor
reasonable solution. There is not room prepared, man Whitehead said, "It is obvious to me
the there to carry out such an am- midPanhandle.Charles bead of that his political agenda is not serving the opinion of the Negro race. He went on
without destroying Whitehead,the outraged
for an overpass record as advising Negro leaden of the
The DOT was also not voters of the 2nd Congressional District,
bitious called Grant's defer
program. Florida Democrats,
commercial businesses now time that he believed that Negroes were
many but rather to seek a statewide office or
for the massive outpouring of "fraud" the electorate and
on and
prepared tion a fundamentally inferior to "whites",
clustered in that area. perhaps a (GOP) appointment. Grant insisted
that from the Lake demanded the Congressman's immediate solution to the
opposition came however, that President Bush had that the best possible
As for bypassesfiller said that his Region of North Central Florida property resignation. National Democrats branded assured him"that he will work closely and slavery/race problem was to deport all
arounda Grant as a"turncoat"and vowed to field a (free slave) to Africa. He was
experience indicates that routes owners and environmentalists, who cooperatively with me to ensure that the Negroes or
in Jon
town do not solve problems for very felt themselves threatened by the top Ausman contender chairman for the of seat the Leon County full force of his administration will be no particular friend to the Negro; he just and
felt that slavery, as an
long, since the tendency of business is to original toll road corridors, as proposedby Democratic Executive Committee, called brought to bear to improve the lives of the blacks as a people, had no place in

follow the traffic, and the by-pass even- DOT'S consulting firm, Gremer, Inc. on Grant to contributions resign immediately that be and still return has on people of I represent"One Grant's disillusioned hometown America.

tually becomes as clogged as the old There is an old adage that "haste hand.campaign constituents said "I don't believe in let- Second, after the secession of the Confederate

original route. makes waste". It also makes for confu- Grant flew into Valdosta, Ga., Tuesdayin ting the people put you in as a Democrat States, Mr. Lincoln announcedthat
of Starke will and bad a Republican National Committee jet and then defecting in midstream. He be was willing to abandon all con-
"It looks as if the people sion the part of the public, "
on and later appeared at the courthouse in his deceived us and he's a traitor. sideration of abolishing slavery if those
live with the heavy traf- of DOT.
have to learn to public relations on the part States would return to the Union. He
fic on U.S. 301," Miller said, which is Starke will continue to grow, and so- believed that the preservation of the Union

very little comfort for people having to the traffic problems on U S. Regulars Were Landing took precedence over any moral objections
risk life and limb getting into and out of apparently-will to slaveryntatoM* snot: ;
_. t ,d1 n ) ,i vh'rfrnt

In 'France in June 1917The Emancipation Third, Mr. Lincoln Proclamation freed no was slaves.directed His

Congress Hits Senior Citizens only toward the states of the Confederacy-
I "Winds of War" (World Warn were where the Episcopal Church stands" (andis which had left the Union, and over whichhe
in 1917 and banner headlines in still on this location in 1989)). had no authority. As the then Prime
Double Whammy with Surtax June blowing of that year announced! "U.S. "The railroad was a'sight'.As the gauge Minister of England said, "Mr. Lincoln
has issued an order which has effect only
REGULARS NOW IN was much wider than on most other "
Division of Mighty Armies Crow The railroads, only the company's own cars where he has no authority. Indeed, the
Last year the United States Congress senior citizens pay income taxes, accor- Seas". could be used, and they were without Proclamation freed none of the still-
slaves In the Union it is worth
passed an extremely unfair surtax on ding to one source of information. Thus, The story continued: "In defiance of brakes of any kind. The trains were 'mixed noting existing that much of Mary Todd Lincoln's
federal income taxes, to be paid by a less than half of potential beneficiariesmust German submarines,thousands of seasoned 'and made such a noise when they slowly family fortune was derived from the sale

minority group, some 40 percent of pay for the program. regulars and Marines, trained fightingmen lumbered along as to suggest the that the of slaves after the date of the Proclamation. -
racket had birth to ponderousname
senior citizens. The surtax was passedto has with the tan of long service on the given Florida .The Emancipation Proclamation was
the government of the road-The Navigation
first shot at Secondly, Mexican border or in Haiti or Santo Domingo Railroad. signed as a political and military tactic; it
the government's social & West India Transit Company
support cost of programs
spread have been hasten-
still their faces,
previously on was hoped that it would induce
used for short the .many
for hand ( by
The runs
health care cars
providing catastrophic the total population, not ed to beside the French,the
across overseas fight section foreman) were propelled by long slaves in the Confederate States to revolt
senior citizens.In taxing only a small minority.If British, the Belgian Russian Portuguese" push poles. and aid the cause of the Union; that never

addition to the surtax, congress the plan represents a change in and Italian troops on the western front. "About 1877 the railroad company won a happened.

broke faith with senior citizens who governmental philosophy then only old The at that Telegraph tune,compared was a youthful to its venerableage 38 years suit against the Internal Improvementboard Fourth, the Proclamation was signed
thought they were providing for retire- 18-45 should be taxed for of 110 milepost it will reach and had now great bodies of land the War Between the States (the
people ages years-
Individual Retire- for sale.These were well advertised in the Unite
ment years through with States Congress has twice, by
since this is the age group nextJuly.
ment Accounts (IKAs). Under the un- schools, North, and a large number of immigrantsfrom Resolution, made this the official name of
senior citizens must not school age children, or perhaps con- To mark the occasion, the late H.E. ( the north) came to Starke, Lawtey, the late unpleasantness, not"Civil War")
fair legislation, funds but victed felons should be the only personstaxed Lagergren, Starke surveyor and fHampton,and Waldo.This was the reason and,as I say,bad no effect as anything but
only pay income tax on IRA for the cost of operating federal sometimes writer for The Telegraph, y boarding houses in Starke at propaganda. All slaves in the United
pay the surtax on their savings also. recalled those days of 1879 when he that time."During. States were freed by the 13th Amendment,

Senior citizens would have been bet- prisons. to assisted with the paper's birth on East Call the summer of 1879 Col. W.W. which was ratified 6 December 1865. The
Proponents of the legislation point Street. (William Wyatt) Moore came to Starke last surrender of the armies of the Confederacy
taxes "
ter served to have paid income its cost as being "only 15 percent, but Describing the town as it was in 1879, from Cedar Key. He saw how the pines took place on 26 May of that year
when the income was earned, rather do not tell the whole story. For couples Mr. Lagergren wrote: were falling all around the town to make (when Gen. Kirby-Smith surrendered his

than putting funds into IRAs. the cost is doubled 30 per- (Information added to update this storyis room for fields and homes, and decided Army in the Trans-Mississippi Depart-
filing jointly,
this here would be a good location for a ment); Mr.Lincoln had been assassinated
John G. Warner, representing Apollo cent. In 1989 the cost is figured in enclosed in parentheses.) newspaper. After prospecting around and on 14 April of that year,and was no longerin
Chapter 1137 of the National Associationof manner: Compute your income tax. "The business houses were few. On the interviewing the prominent n.en in town, a position to sign anything.
Retired Federal Employees said in Deduct$150 from the total, then pay$45 site of Hull's Store (now the Rosenberg he went away, but soon returned with his
the Feb. 11 issue of "Florida Today, (joint return) for each remaining $150due. building on the NE corner of Call and family and a small printing outfit. Thus, if our black citizens chose
frame building in of Mr. Lincoln, they
half million tax is $1,650, deduct Thompson Streets) was a "He took his abode in a building standing February memory
Brevard Edition, the one If 1989 income where the late J.M.Johns stored merchan- up have chosen a weak vessel for the
members of his organization oppose the $150, leaving $1,500, or ten $150 units. dise... Opposite, across Call Street, was Commercial on the site Hotel of, the and press in a shack t (in 1917)stan repository of their respect. They might
legislation because "fewer than 4 per- Multiply 10 times $45 for a total of $450. the store of Richard it Pace, a firm composed the site of Mason's furniture store have chosen among many would not
will benefit from its Add $450 surtax to the $1,650 income tax of the late Capt.John C.Richard and ding on sacrifice principle for politicalwho expediency.
cent of the elderly be (and his son, Sterling) started The
total income tax of$2,100. In George E. Pace. (Capt. Richard's name But, as Harry Truman said, it is the
provisions for expanded hospitalizationand due, for a was pronounced Ri-chard, with accent on Telegraph. victors who generally write the histories,
elimination of multiple 1989, the surtax is capped at$1,600 for a the'd id'jn: "Col. Moore got along well from the and Mr. Lincoln's attitude toward the

deductibles." joint return, but the surtax goes up each "Where Stump's Store now is (in 1917. start, as merchants welcomed the opportunity Negro Race is not generaly known.
thereafter.In to advertise their wares. On Sun- Wm.A.Bessent III,Esq.
before It moved to Bradford Square) the
calls it "badly flawed law year
Warner a ,
days be would travel by bone and buggy
late Joseph Alvarez bad a general store, .
will not be penalized -
saying it ignores the preponderance of 1989 taxpayers but and adjoining him on the west,the late Dr. among the new settlers who subscribed
arguments raised by critics. for underestimating the surtax J.L. Gaskin had a drug store (near present the paper and paid him liberally for complimentary -
for severe write-ups to send to the folks LETTERS ETgTToHRE
catastrophic in 1990, the law provides location of MithceUY) .
make ad-
penalties if a persons fails to "Where JF. Kkkliter holds forth (In
coverage creates a dependency on the vance payments, the same as for Thomas Hemingway has a store (atNEcomerof Then in the 1870s Louis Witkovski (a '- .
federal where none existedand immigrant from Poland who laterbecame
government young
Income taxes. Call and Walnut Sts.,now occupied -
said. regular of Starke and chairman of Thanks.
cannot be condoned, Warner by a shoe tore). Mayor ..
the County Commission) settled here and
"Long-term and custodial nursing Every person putting money into an The principal hotel was a double-pen log opened a store). He broke down the highprices
home care is not covered, although it is IRA or other deferred Income savings, house on the site of Col. Peek's residence, heretofore In vogue because the To Commissioners
by far the largest expense most elderly should oppose the legislation im (later the Perryman home, and now the older merchants bad no competition.A box
Members of :AARP should location of a TerwWegar auto lot. The of matches cost five cents, a pound of
ever face and can average $25,000 per mediately. original log bouse was built by William Ed- cheese SO cents, and so forth. Mr. Witkov I would like to commend the Bradford
person per year. complain to association headquartersabout wards.) ski was a liberal advertiser,and the other County Commission on their recent decision
"The federal income tax-based surtax its support of the unfair and bias- "Where Moitt's (blacksmith and carriage merchants, to save their trade,were forced to financially assist in the legal battle

those who planned for a finan- ed legislation. ) shops are now.(in 1917), stood two to advertise also,which brought moneyto waged against the proposed Hazardous
penalizes the editor's coffers.CoL Moore was soon
Waste Treatment Facility
ramshackle: buildings, each containing a
cially secure retirement. Actually, as Government support of citizens Thomas able to erect a good residence, and im-
boarding house one kept by
the statistics reveal, most of the elderly. health care for senior a Hopkins and one by Mrs. Johns." (This prove his printing plant." The majority of the citizens In Bradford this

don't need this bill. What they need is laudable goal. But all U.S. taxpayers was the corner of Can and Court Streets "In 1885 or lau be sold The Telegraph to County undesirable are facility opposed located to In having our area.It

coverage for long-term home care and ncvU to help pay for such a benefit to cut former location- [Koch's Drug Store,andnow 1 I.C. Webb, who hitherto had been Lake.one In of sin the best Interest of our community to
the cost The U.S. government M offices for TerwUlegar the numerous settlers Kingsley this before it Is too late. 1
expanded home health care, says per person. arsused the meantime Starke bad experienced a fight now, applaud
Warner. has never before taxed a limitedgroup boom and the paper was good property, the County Commission for their
for any government supported "Mrs.Hoyt kept a boarding house where .though Mr. Web WCI not bred to the foresight and concern for the protection,
i The cost of medicare, deducted from the old Bradford County Bank building is business and did not get full benefit of his safety, health, economic stability and
social security checks, increased $4 per program. located (the building now used by tf.G. opportunities. general; well-being of we, the citizens of
& toward for the Care should also be taken that the McMillan,surveyor),and Mrs.QuInn had Bradford County
this paying
month year funds a restaurant where the new Bradford "In 18S3 Webb sold The Telegraph to
i '* new program. Senior citizens can live catastrophic health care program County Bank building now stands (in E.S.' Matthews (a young newspaperman I would ask that each of us Uk the time
with that, but the surtax Is unfair and are put to the best and most needed use. 1917)." (This corner of Call ft Walnut later who bad learned the trade on papers In to call our Commissioners and personally
unreasonable, and represents a change U.s. taxpayers should put pressure on became the Florida) Bank at Starke,and is Gainesville and Ocala). When the thank them for a Job well done.

in philosophy in funding government their elected federal to repealthe now CPAs occupied). by. C.R.- Smith's- firm of newspaper plant was small passed and to far the from new modern.owner But the With Sincere Appreciation

programs. new surtax on the elderly, or to as time went on,a brick building for hous Sally Gotts,President
amend the law so that everybody pays. "There was one church (Methodist) purchased. United Citizens ApIaltNIIIJMt
It is unfair because only 40 percent of P'C.pment..was


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I, Cynthia Married in Nettles Noon, CeremonyCynthia Thomas Hester r SO cia[ :Parties Meetings

,f p uzgs
Marie Nettles difjy
daughterof ed hem. Delicate flower appliques hhl>
Thomas D. Nettles of Lake Butler adotned the skirt and train. The .
and Linda F. Starling of Brooker,
chapel-length veil featured a pearl
was united In marriage< with Thomas beaded satin band with silk lilies of Mf' L
William Hester, son of Mr. & Mrs the and '
valley string pearls on the 'y :
Albert F. Hester
Jr. of Items
left side, as well as a scalloped Announcements
The ffi 1 1Y
noon ceremony held on crown and edges. The bride carrieda 1'r 1
November 5
was performed by
cascading bouquet of red and
Bishop Robert J. Waters of the
white roses white miniature
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day tions,white cushions,daisies,baby'sbreath lI
Saints. red and white satin bow rib- '
The church BIIS Class of 87
was decorated with
bons and strings of pearls. a.
several arrangements of red and

white carnations, fugi mums, Matron of honor was Marlena R Purchasing ComputerSeveral
cushions Features sprengeri and leather-leaf. Nettles and the bridesmaid was LisaC. /
was a heart-shaped arch Worthington. Both ladies wore i
and two heart-shaped side s.pieces,all floor-length gowns of red satin taffeta members of the Class of
decorated with red and white carnations with ruffled sleeves accented by '87 met in Bradford High School
,cushions, fern, ivy and red rib- ruffled white lace overlays. The Ii Media Center on Feb. 19 at 2:30: p.m.
bon bows with doves in the center. gowns featured a gathered fitted ti'' to plan the purchase of an Apple II Announcing.i .".
bodice and a ruffled bustle with a GS Computer for the media center.
Escorted by her father and givenin bow at the waist. will\ be
Both carried I This computer designatedfor ...Charles Kramer Cox
marriage by him and beautiful her mother, nosegays of red and white carna- p student use and will bear a sim- Brad and Cox of Orlando
the bride
wore a white Cheryl
satin tions,white cushions,baby's breath, ple brass plate with the following announce the birth of a son, Charles
featuring a pleated
gown white lace and red ribbons. tribute engraved on it:
in Alachua
Kramer. born Jan. 26
v-necklme and a fitted bodice with _
hand-sewn sequins and pearls atop Albert F. Hester III, brother of OUR BELOVED CLASSMATE General Hospital. Weighing 9 lb., 9
lovely flower lace appliques. The the groom was best man, and Brian Adrian Whitehead. CLASS OF oz., he measured 20 3/4 inches. He
leg-o'-mutton sleeves were groomsman was Mark T. Curtis. joins a brother, Bradlee Earl, 20
beautifully adorned with cut-out lace The music was performed by 87. months old.Maternal.
appliques and scallops at the wrist. Rodney Porr, brother-in-law of the 'Plans were also begun for a class grandparents are Mr. &
Pearl buttons from the top of the groom.Following. outing/reunion to be held this sum- Mrs. Conrad Henderson of Orlando.
gown to the waist accented the back a lovely reception, the mer. The next meeting will be held Great-grandparents are Mrs. Clare
; as well as a cascading ruffled couple honeymooned in Asheville, Sunday March 12 at 2:30: p.m. All Kramer of Orlando and the late
cathedral train and a ruffled trimm N.C., and now reside in LaCrosse. Charles Kramer.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Class of 87 members who are interested -
Mrs. Cox of Brooker. Great-
In helping for this first Tommy
Mr. & Mrs. Mack
grandparents are
class invited to attend
outing are this
Pressley of Lake Butler and Mrs. In-
Mr.&Mrs.Thomas Gladys Thomas, ez Green of Brooker and the late
w. ilesler Sponsor
I Hampton Hilites Class met with the class Earl Green. Great-great-

members present. grandmother is Mrs. Clyde Steele of

Am. Leg. Auxiliary Vero Beach.
By Dolores Meng *
Phone 468-1915 ris, Bobby Howard, Angela Meng, Have been especially happy about Holds MeetingThe
April Scoggins. 6-Jennifer Jones the girls' performance! American Legion Auxiliarymet

Condolence... and Mark Smith. Walk-A-Thon... Tuesday night, Feb. 14, at the Happy
I Sympathy is extended to the fami- American Legion Hall in Starke.
ly and friends of Bert Hinson who Soccer Intramurals... On Thursday, Feb. 23, students New members were welcomed at
died Feb. 14.Sympathy. Fourth, fifth and six grade girls will participate in a benefit Walk-a- the meeting. Birthday
also to family and from HE came out in first place in Thon. Pledges are being gatheredfor
friends of John Thomas Ford who soccer competition with the Lawtey, the Writing to Read Program be- Following the meeting, delicious
died Feb. 15.February. Starke Elementary, Southside ing conducted the school. refreshments of Valentine cake and .9l!damsa '
Elementary and Brooker Schools. punch were served by Mrs. Muriel finger
Birthdays... Goalie Carrie Meng protected her Friday Planning Day... Gilhooly. The American Legion join-
Feb. 2-Joseph Rowe, Timothy position from scoring by any of the Teacher planning day will take ed the Auxiliary for the Sweet Sixteen '

May; 3-Gretchen Harris; 5-Mark other teams. The Hampton boys did place on Friday, Feb. 24. No school refreshments. We Love You '
Rhoden, Scott Godwin, Jenny quite well aos, but Coach Acree must for students that day.Woman's Initiation of the new members will s'- "
Johnson, Melinda Hughes; 6-Kelli be held Feb. 28 after the covered Your Family

Griffis, April searcYI Jean Clark; dish supper, which begins at 6 p.m.

7-Killi King am Brown; .
Natalie Timmons, Matthew Club Exec. Board Meets Mar. 1
Mullis': 10--Fletcher Rodgers;

11-Goldie Gordon, Patricia Parado, The Executive Board of the Members are requested to bring Good Friends
Antoinette Stefanelli, Roberta Sear- Woman's Club will meet on Wednes- their donations to the Antique Show ,
cy, Wayne Crawford; 12-Michelle day, Mar. 1 at 1 p.m. at the Boutique to this meeting.How's .
Lindsey, Angie Custer; 13-Renaldo clubhouse. Good Refreshments
Aviles, Bobby Dennis; 15-Jason ,
Lovell; 16--Claudette Frees;
18-Adam Hall; 20-Wayne Holder Good
Shana Morris,George Owens, Renee Judgement -
Ford; 21-Stanley Varnum, Matthew
Montgomery 22-Russell Rawcliffe, 1 1ncient
; L'bbey1
William Lahn 23-John McMillan : : i
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Johnny Ford; 24-Aimee Hodges, . The Family? . goo ii QystalStemware PRICES BEGIN THURSDAY
Brian Hunter
Ortoirx.Natisba Rev.Ed Klrfelond ., } Bottl" ?qruc, +.,b FEB. 23RD THRU
,,20-Kevin. -.WiJson' 'By MIDiv: pastor iffthe-Kingsleb Lake tI
"...,.-uan. i e.,,'meng;: -D aV11l' mil.. '''0'' Churc land .,Ia.nil nu&w-. N.iia'kli on Htvy.-';' at W..g !5L4fe Qe 1.rs O11gH ures p .: (uts.gj WEDNESDAY MARCH. 1ST. .

Kimberly Jones, Clinton Morgan.. ., Rev. answeit-\qie\ ( ttfry. on the family in thi.column from a n r A99 .'H'to*8., 0,4
Angela Meng. Christian perspective. Send your question of comment to: How's The 1T.N ; ax X11.4

Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starke, Fl. 32091. _
Festival Pianists... JL1 -

music On SaturdaYi Feb.was 18 held, the at annual the Clean House with a ToddlerNO WAY! \' I

University of Florida Music Any mom who is at home with her children all day deserves a gold star in 799L )
Building. Local students of Mrs.Nell my book. But especially the mother of a toddler. They have passed the Na. CF' CELIA ..,.....,
Mann who participated were April stage of being so small you play with their feet and just love to rock them.
Scoggins who was rated Very Goodin These kids weigh a ton. Every time you lean over to pick them up, you : n 7as.a t. oral
her selections; receiving Superior think you're going to pinch a nerve in your back. And, on top of all that, 1=? LACK '49 i9 0
ratings were Tori Hersey, Renee they're strong as an ox.They pull things down and tip them over every moment T EL.VET
Morgan,Jaclyn Crews and Christina of every day. -V CANADIAN llr f
Meng. Angela Meng who received Do you remember what it used to be like when you could keep your house 11llhleir c .
Superior the two previous years was clean and the nursery was so pretty and proper? That all ended when your U1 I ('kiitt ELLi
unable to participate because of an little bundle of joy learned the wonders of scooting, then crawling, and O I! 799 .

injured arm. Students were judgedon finally walking. Through each stage, your job has become harder and l Lihdxy l suns M '
rhythm, position, timing, expres- harder.To CALVERT X69
sion and all around accuracy. make that job a little easier, at least a little clearer, I have noted EXTRA Cjrtnrcle .._,urA 1V -
several things I wish I could say to each of you personally. For one thing, /J
Brown Reunion... you need to go ahead and admit you have an Impossible job.Okay:, I realize 1r use NULDAMEHWAN WHEY ITBIWAIII r-fa rA.LL rAMi

Gerald Brown, Sr., was honoredon that Susie down the street always seem to have things together even 7Mz1- e1IoIl4I..az .. ,
Sunday Feb. 19 at his home witha though her kids are the same age. But, chances are if you looked in Susie's 74.55 M1Motooz Mkt.1Wfa (
surprise retirement dinner and closets, everything would fall out that she shoved in when you called and 1 17 Oz a UTES
party given in his honor by his wife, said you were coming over. 1 I rVlua a as ....n... G99IIAIL
Miriam, and other family members. Also, don't think you're a terrible mother and housewife (or domestic t.arogna u oz cA K O.
Besides local relatives attending engineer, if you prefer). And, if you think you're the only one in America YS E1.99
guests from Jacksonville includedMr. who can't do it all,let me tell you a little secretthere is no"supermom". frisk Cream CH.d.lr'1Wines9t.ll.n1
& Mrs. Bruce White and Bever- You're not alone even though you may feel like you. are. Don't get II CIFLLA
Hilda Myers, Patricia and discouraged- though the temptation is strong. cASe!. Tao... Planters i.w s tins + "'
Stacy, Mr. & Mrs. David Clark and Still, I'm not suggesting that you completely give up at it either. If you 14US()IO 1 1199 / =.... 799
Nicholas, Mr. &Mrs.Douglas Myers do, in a matter of hours you won't be able to find the front door. Simply be CASHEWS :.. 12.1.
and sons, Mr. & Mrs. Lowell more realistic and admit that your expectations may have to be adjustedin Kayak Montuine o i .O
Richard Eve and light of situation (which probably weighs some 25-35
Sparkman, your present Liqueur Tv; J1sl "Nn'""'r
Gabriel, Maxine, Alma, Dana and pounds!) ---- ,-.- -
Julie Osborne.Mr. One thing that could possibly help is to make your house "semikidproof" 1'N af. Wtaa 3.69
Brown is retiring after nearly I realize opinion varies greatly on this subject. Some say, put cA e :A 4JI4ulg Spirit
32 years employment with Maxwell up everything in your house so you won't have to scold the child and o. l aH'a 1449

House Coffee. in Jacksonville.. .. depress his interest in learning.Still, that gets kind of rough when you haveto MS Cooler
start putting the TV Guide in the freezer to keep it out of reachl! Others
Hampton School say you should leave everything as ischina, glass, flowers, etc., and just a 4-MK
Honor Roll StudentsFor teach the child not to touch them. (This is usually grandparents who only ftELS KA 4.49 CMC2t ;
have them over for a visit.)
the third six weeks grading I would like to suggest simply leaving those items which you would like 80. VODKA
period, students achieving ALL left and removing those which are enticing him. If you have a puzzle on the us USES I AYMOP
were: will most of puzzle pieces.The point is
table you spend your day picking up F D -EACH CAL ,l
1-Jason Barr, Kristin Bradley this- if you're constantly picking the same thing up, then do one of two .,.. tN N 1079 e,w' .5 ,l LACN 11OP
Amanda Flanagan, Jeremy Gates things. Either teach him not to touch it or else move it. It will make your 1rallf
Brand Gatlin,Juston Hart,Amanda job a little easier, and will keep you from getting: on to your toddler every 'lipk' L1t Nab BACARDIBSB" tsassD-: 2.99'uL
Heine, Joshua Hodges, Brian Lott, minute of the day, which doesn't help and certainly doesn't help him >> rum 1 TL.
Julie McMillan, Brad Muse, Something else tookeep your perspective straight. Some mothers are AI'CIIE" IiHawn M1'IPJ
Rhoden, Dusty Rivers, Christopher absolutely spastic about the thought that their kitchen floor hasn't been awes U1 I Iti'i CaaiRANIJ0 .

Schmidt Joshua Starling, and Paul mopped in the last 24 hours.Look,as important as your home is to you,it's 84911J1 61Na
Turner. not as important as your child's preschool years. If you are spending most zs
'2-Detria Ford, Jason of about the missing out on greatest
you day worrying mess, you are your uclTEl4 -
Smith and .
Jessica Marshall, Ester could be him .
joy. And you are robbing your child of teaching you giving
Crystal Munrf- 3 Combo-Nikkl .by spending a little more. time with him instead of cleaning in the same PASSPORT TUMBLERS
Baker, Nena Cuutols and Melody room he's in.Remember. CLEAR GATOH

Youngblood. and your object should be to make the best home you can forE SCOTCH a :SEMINOUBOLLOCK

3-Clay Archey, Vicki Hutto Mc-' family. And a home is a whole lot more than just a clean house 1 -..' ,. (Ass us ures I BALLOONCAjtovauov
John McMillan. 4-Jason etimes, the best ones might even have a piece of paper on the floor, .Ala WIllI
Cullough. 5-Tori Hersey, Charlotte t forgetthese days will pass quickly and before you know it he or she 1299 == 188CIaJ1 ANCHOH
h Smith. 6-Christina Broome, Missy will be in school. Then you can have the house just the way you want it. At
Brown Jennifer Darley and Tracey ; e
least until the afternoon!
McCullough MacGregor ; asps
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ALL A'S AND B'S: 1-Brandi Cun- SCOTCH 7.99
ningham,Sabrina DeSue Ryan Hen-, : UTBIcJTt I Iun. it ez.

drieth, Sean Wiggins. 2-Tonya 739
D Brown, Christina Crawford, Deena m. EectI 109

Crawford Sherry DeSue, Pat Join the Yo-Yo" Team for Christ
Haefecker, Kar- .
Flanagan, ,
1 rle' Lee Lester Roger' Souls BIRELL 7AM Labalt'iNONALCOHOLIC
Mltzel Paul Morgan Bambi T' Sewing for Bin*Ribbon nl = MtiaL oil
Koe rY
Rhoden Erik Scoggins, Don Smith, 1 .... ,.d o.. L w1 p r u.

Jassy l/j Combo-Melody Starling James Wartluft.Barr Daniel ? Items are created from these yo-yo'a
Davis, Trent Jones, Clint Morgan, and sold In Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop. D1 _
Tonya Newman. 3-Robert Broome, Funds are used to help ones In need. ITO
Amy Crews Alicia Crosleyi Peter 1 Material supplied through clothing I I Awn a.u..r LIGHTFebrullry ( --- I
Knl p, Amanda Meng, Matthew ministry. : as tnoesa' 97is: 4 ,15'
Paul 2 3
Mullls, Troy Patterson Anyone or Group I1 1 cASa
Phillips. Amanda Rowland.4Hope Welcome .
Archey, Chris Gibbs Alex _, n
964-71O9 964-5898
KlrchaTne, Shaun Muse and Interested? Call or

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I Starke Elementary Fashion Show Set Eating Lite In St. Edwards News -

School News For Young at HeartThe A High Calorie World Brittany Following the Saturday Vigil Masson variety of hors d'oeuvres and finger

Young at Heart of the First Eating for health and nutrition is a x Feb. 11 at St. Edwards Catholic foods. A bouquet of fresh flowers
MRS CHAPMAN'S THIRD Baptist Church of Starke will have challenge for active lifestyles. Many Church,the two-month old daughter also adorned the table.
GRADE: The third grade students their regular monthly meeting families eat on the run with little of Rick and HaFlesh was baptised. Each couple was presented with a
have been sturying the body systemsin Thursday, March 2 with a covered thought to healthy food choices.On Rev. Father Philip Gagan officiatedand decorated chocolate heart-shaped
health. Emergency Service Direc- dish luncheon at noon in the March 7, 14, and 21, a program presented the parents with the cake inscribed with married life
tor Cliff Chapman spoke to all the fellowship hall. There will be a designed to assist you in making ',,' baptismal candle used in the years.
students about the circulatory fashion show presented? by Joan's food choices that are healthy and "' ceremony.The Among those asisting the CYO
system. Fashions at this meeting, so don't nutritious will be held at the Brad- given the with the party were Zita Shuford,
Special thank you to parents for miss it. ford Agriculture Building. Learn to r Baptismal clothewhich had been Bobble Moore and Dlan Morin.
helping us with our Valentine's Day On Feb.9 the group enjoyed atrip lower fat, cholesterol, calories, I IJ placed on the infant during baptism.
needs. to Gainesville where they visited the sodium and sugar in your diet. This cloth was a gift from St. Ed- Altar Society...
SFCC Teaching Zoo and Bear Ar- Classes will begin at 7 p.m. Food ward's Altar Society and was hand- Antoinette Coss, President,

MRS. TETSTONE'S FIFTH chery. preparation will be demonstrated.The .. __.__ made by Antoinette Coss. It was em- presided at the Altar Society
GRADE: Language arts students We hope you will join us for cost is $5. Registration is u-u- broidered with sacramental sym- meeting held in the parish hall on
have been learning to write acrostic fellowship and fun. limited, so be sure to register bols and held the infant's name and Feb. 8. Members were informed of
verses using first names. They've' early... call 964-6280, ext. 224. Evangelist Jesse Ilendley date of baptism. Serving as god- the food pantry opened by the Brad-
also been enjoying experimentingwith parents were Johnnie and Maria ford Ecumenical Ministries, askingfor
tongue twisters. Revival ServicesAt Walker. donations of food and clothing,as
First Baptist well as staffing the pantry on
MRS STRONG'S AND MISS Discusses Rehab Couples Honored... Thursdays.
STROUD's FIFTH GRADE: Revival services will be held this Plans made for the World
On Feb. 12 married were
Sunday, ,
Students of the Week: Dr. Justine Vaughen, physiatristfrom Battle of Olustee coming week,Feb.26-March 1 at the couples of St. Edward's Parish were Day of Prayer Services scheduledfor
MATH: Millie Caron, Tasha Rod- Upreach Pavilion of SantaFe First Baptist Church of Starke. honored with in the Mar. 3 at the church, with a
a reception
dy, Annette Thornton. Healthcare, was speaker at the Feb. Topic at UDC MeetingRhoda Evangelist Jesse Hendley will parish hall given by the Catholic covered dish luncheon following.
HOMEROOM: Brandi! Wilkerson, 20 dinner meeting of Bradford Dampier presented a pro- preach in all three worship services Youth Organization. This occasionwas Notification was given of the
Christine Newsome, Shelton Dell. Hospital Auxiliary at Western Steer. gram on the Battle of Olustee at the Sunday, 8:30: a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:30: In celebration of World Mar- Gainesville Spring Deanery meetingand
SCIENCE: Javontee Aldridge, Upreach, built in 1986, uses the regular monthly meeting of the W.T. p.m.Music riage Day on Feb. 14. luncheon to be held at the
Brian Demps, Jill Lemr. team approach of social worker, Weeks Chapter of the UDC, held at and messages will be dif- One refreshment table, covered Church on Mar. 16.
READING: Hope Hunt, Bridgette psychologist, therapist, and family Bradford Family Restaurant on ferent at all three Sunday services. with a white lace cloth,was centered Plans are being made for the
Booker, DeWayne Tennent, Chasity medical Monday, Feb. 20. Monday and Tuesday evenings the with a three-tiered decorating wed- Ecumenical Holy Week Services
Evans, Jay Burns, Lisa Johns. rehabilitation after catastrophic In- This program was significant at revival services begin at 7 p.m. ding cake. The other table was later in March.
LANGUAGE ARTS: Becky Rowe, juries or disabling disease.Dr. this time because it occurred on Wednesday evening the service will decorated in the valentine theme
Randall Moody, Luther Cadle. Vaughen showed through Feb. 20, 1864, 125 years ago when begin at 7:30 p.m. and held a silver fountain punch
speaking and slides how changing Pastor Bryant and the
Brig. Gen. Joseph Finegan forces con- bowl, silver coffee service, and a
PTO MEETING AND goals are met to help the patients met Gen Truman gregation of Starke First Baptist ex-

CHILDREN'S MUSICAL: A PTO become self-sufficient and return to Seymour against s Union troops. tends to all a cordial invitation to en- _ _ _
joy these revival L- -u - - - --
meeting has been scheduled for their own situations. Mrs. Herbert Thomas conductedthe services Sunday
Thursday evening,Feb. 23 at BUS at During the business meeting business meeting. Devotionalwas through Wednesday.
7pm. Patriotic music will be which followed, members signed up given Mrs. J.T. Lawson on Need an Electrician?
presented by our first and second to work at the hamburger booth at the subject, r'Don't Quit"The .
grade children. Kindergarten and the Fair beginning April 10. head table was set with red Bake Sale call DAN WAINWRIGHT
third grade children will be featuredin placemats with a centerpiece of red
a program later during the school roses, Florida State flag, American This SaturdayThe
term HIGH JUMPER: Moil flag and Confederate flag, arrangedin Starke Church of God Ladies 964-2236
are great jumpers.But a white china vase. Similar arrangements
will be bake sale
Ministry having a
TEACHER PLANNING DAY Fri- magazine according, gray lo kangaroos Ranger hold Rick Luncheon and were social at the hour other followedthe tables. in front of Winn Dixie this Saturday, 36 Years Experience All Types
day, Feb. 24. There will be no school the world broad lump and Feb. 26 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.in.
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ding were Mrs. Blanche Otto end
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NOTICEAPPLICATION NOTICE OF BID following specific Items of personol property to a Final Judgment entered on February
FOR REZOMNG Th. Bradford County Board of County together with any and all additions 2, 1989. by the above entltlfd Court In
THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN AND FOR two 2'x4' framed openings for owners BRADFORD' COUNTY BOARD OF Commissioners will open sealed bids on thereto' or replacements thereof: the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA use: gutters and downspouts for one 40' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has mode application Monday March 6, 1989, at 10:00 a.m. In Refrigerator Range/Oven Fan/Hood States Marshal or any of his duly
CASE NO.88.S45.CA side; 2" vinyl-backed Insulation In roof to th.510....Zoning 8 Planning the County Commissioners Room at the Dishwasher Dliposal. authorlied deputies will sell the propei-
In the //Matter of only. Department for redasslllcatlon ol the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, The United States of America shall situate In Bradford County Florida
Th. Adoption Of: Control 0982 property described below from R1C to Florida to furnish materials and labor to hay. the right of redemption provided 2 scribed as:
JAMES DENVER HAYES Itchg 2/23 RP: 329 N. Church St.. k.a. Bradford r.locat. ((2)) Plywood Buildings. Sirs 108' by 28 U.S.C. 2410c( ) for the period provided lot 24 Park wood Subdivision as per
a Minor.NOTICE County Health Dept.and Clinic Lots. 4. long x 20' wide x 10' high. On. building therein running from the date of plot thereof recorded In riot Book 3,
OF ACTIONTO REGISTRATIONOF II, 12. 13. 14 of Blk. 14 of Livingston to b. relocated to the Bradford County the Certificate of Tills Issued herein Page S of the public records of Bradford
: Th. unknown natural lather FICTITIOUS NAMES Truby & Co. Subd., to continue present jail and the other one to be relocated to at public sale to the highest and best County Florida
Residence unknown.You We the undersigned' being duly use and put In compliance with CLOP the Bradford County Road Department. bidder for cosh, at the front door of the at public outcry to the highest and
are notified that an action for sworn do hereby declare under oath Comprehensive Land Use Plan as In..mutlonal. Buildings are of From.Conduction with Bradford County Courthouse In Starke best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00
adoption ol a minor child of whom you that the names of all persons Interested This request will need a shingle roof Buildings are to b. Florida at 11:00 A.M? on March 9, 1989. Noon on March 21, 1989 at the front door
are alleged to be the natural father. ha In the business' or profession carried on special exception which has been applied relocated In one piece approximately B Dated this 13th day of February 1989. entrance of the Bradford County Courthouse
been tiled In the Circuit Court of Bradford under the name of TIMBER EQUIPMENTand 'or.Th. miles of present (oration. Bradford RAY NORMAN at Starke, Florida.
County Florida Cote No. the extent of the Interest of each I 10 510....Zoning and Planning Board County will diiconnect and reconnect all Control CI.rk of Circuit Court Doled: February 6, 1989
68-545.CA, and you or. required to as follows: will conduct a public hearing on Thurs plumbing and electrical. 0978 Richard L.Cox Jr.
serve a copy of your written objections, TIDEWATER COMPANIES. INC., a day. February 23. 1989 on the above Vendor will move existing foundation 2tchg 2/16-23 United State Marshal
to the adoption on Peter D. Black Petitioner's Georgia corporation registered to do listed reionlng application and will and treat with 18" wide termite shields Middle District of Florida
attorney whose address 7952 business the Slate of Florida 100% In make a recommendation to the City of beneath th. seals and to deck. Vendor NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dorothea Bans
Normandy Boulevard Jacksonville terest.For. Stark Commissioners for their consideration will also supply all materials and laborto FICTITIOUS REGISTER Assistant U.S. Attorney
Florida 32221 on or before the 23rd day Tidewater Companies, Inc.. T. and action at the prescheduled relocate portable buildings.For Pursuant NAME. Attorney for Plaintiff
of February 1969 and file the original Glllls Morgan Ill, Vice President. final hearing for this application for copies of the specifications or any Statutes, notice to Section Is 865 09, Florida Control 0966
hereby that
with the CI.rk of this Court either before 4tchg 2/23.3/3/ resonlng on Tuesday March 7, 1989, at questions regarding this bid please con undersigned Yvonne given, Route the 4tchg 2/16-3/9
service on plaintiffs' attorney or Immediately ConlrolO983IN 7:30: p.m., In th.Council Room of Starke tact Ray Norman Clerk of the Court Box 124 Hampton Hodges Fla. 32044 sole 1.
thereafter; otherwise a lodgment City Hall. Starke, Florida. At this time ((904)) 964.6280. Sealed bids can be mailed owner, doing business under the firm
will be entered granting the relief the Starke City Commission will make or hand delivered to the Bradford of
name Hodges Building A Hardware
THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH the final decision County Courthouse, Clerk of Supply
requested In the petition. on th. proposed application Court, P.O. 412 W. Call
WITNESS my hand and seal of this JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADFORD after having two public hearings Drawer B, Starke Fl. 32091. 32091 Intends to register Street said Slarke fictitious Fla. School Menus
Court on the 25th day of January 1989. COUNTY. FLORIDA two advertisements and posting.All THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- name under the aforssald statute. Feb.
RAY NORMANAs JUVENILE DIVISION persons Interested In this application SIONERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT Dated this 15th of 27Mar. 3
day February
Clerk of Court CASE NO.87-48-CJ((2-901)) are hereby given notice of time and ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS OF BIDS FOR In Bradford County 1989 Bradford Elem.&Middle SchoolMond.y
Control 0958 place two public hearings required.
4tchg 2/2-23 KITTY SUE KONKEL TABLE BUILDINGS. 4tchg 216.39Conlrol0919 brownie t milk.BBQ pork on bun trench fries, pears

DOB: 02/10/74. Director. Zoning&Planning WILBUR L. WATERS Tuesday Beef,vegetable soup, cheese' toast,
NOTICE OF INTENTION A Child.SUMMONS Storks Florida Board of County Commissioners NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO salad appleuuce,milk.
TO REGISTER AND NOTICEOF Itchg 223CanlrolO984 RAY NORMAN Wntnndayi Pig In blanket baked beans, cabbage
REGISTER fruit mix,milk.TIIu.'y. .
FICTITIOUS to the Board
noodles chases stlx, buttered
Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE Conlrol0977 Pursuant Section 865.09, Florida green peas, peaches,hot rolls milk.
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the STATE OF FLORIDA: 2tchg 2/16-23 Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Friday Managers Choice Day.
undersigned Susan M. Faulkner, TO: KAREN SUE COOK KONKEL NOTICEAPPLICATION Bradford School
undersigned Evan W. Hodges, Jr., Post High
Lawrence H. Patrick Darrell O'Neal 221 FOR REZONING Office Box 1262 Starke Fla 32091 sole Monday Hamburger on bun lettuce tomato,
W. Lafayette St., Starke Florida 32091 Address Unknown.You BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD owner doing business under the firm trench fries,peaches,cookie milk.
joint owners, doing business under the are hereby notified that a petition COUNTY COMMISSIONERS has made application COUNTY FLORIDA name of Hodges Paint & Supply 407 W. Tueidayi Beef-vegetable soup, these toast
firm name of Patrick Properties, 221 W. under oath copy of which Is attached to the Starke Zoning t Planning CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE NO.88461CA Madison Street Fla. garden salad,coconut cake, milk
hereto has been filed In the above FLORIDA FEDERAL Stark 32091 Intends Wednesdays 'Salisbury steak, rice gravy,
styled for AND LOAN
Lafayette St., Starke, Florida 32091 Intends Department reclasilflcotlon of the :

to register told fictitious name green beam,applesaude,cookie,hot rolls,milk.
to register said fictitious court for the permanent commitmentof property described below from RIC to ASSOCIATION
name under the aforesaid ttatute.Dated Thursday Taco pie lettuce* tomato, buttered
und.r the aforesaid statute. KITTY SUE KONKEL. a female child RP: 331 Broadway Street k.a. Bradford Plaintiff, this 15th day of February 1989 com pears cinnamon roll milk.
Dated this 30th day of January 1989 born on February 10. 1974 atNassawodox County Jail. Parcel 03259 Sec.28,Twn.6 vs In Bradford County. Frtdayi Managers Choice day.
In Bradford County Accomack County State S., Rng. 22 E., located In West Starke at KIERT SUNDUSADEE et al. 4tchg 2/16-3/9 AlaCarteMsdsyl
4tchg 2/2-23 of Virginia to the Department of Health Broadway and Pratt Streets to continue DefendantsNOTICE Control 0980 Hamburgers, ranch fries corndogs
Control)0960 and Rehabilitative Services for subsequent present use and put In compliance with OF SALE milkshakes
adoption and you are hereby CLOP Comprehensive land Use Plan, as Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto Tueidayi Hamburgers trench fries corndogs,
commanded tab,and appear before the Institutional.' This request will I.eed a the order or final Judgment entered In UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT milkshakes,0 J. .
Honorable this lauso, In the Circuit Court of Bradford Wednesday Cheeseburgers, pizza ranch fries,
CALL FOR SEALED BIDS George H. Pierce, Acting special exception which has b..n applied MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA milkshakes,O.J.
On. 2ffx4O steel building on concrete Judge of the Circuit Court at the Brad for. County, Florida I will sell the property JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Thursdays Hamburgers.pizza,corndoga french
ford County Courthouse at 1:30 P.M.on The Sta....Zoning and Planning Board situated In Bradford County Court No. B8-437-CIVJ-16 fMS, milkshakes..
lab. Building to be Installed at the City
Wednesday March 8, 1989. at Starke. will conduct a public hearing on Thurs Florida described as: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Frldayi Hameburgera, pizza, french tries,
Compound on Orange Street City of Bradford County Florida. day February 23. 1989 on the above A parcel' of land situated In Government Plaintiff mllkshakeaOEach .

Slarke.Building specifications can be obtained You must either appear'on tne date listed reionlng application and will Lot 1 of Section 36 Township B salad o bar day or students a...-..m.haves choice ola hot lunch

at the City Hall 209 N. Thompson St., and qt the time specified or send a written make a recommendation to the City of South Florida Range 22 East Bradford County vsMORGAN S. UNDERHILL et al.
Starke Commissioners for their : said being more
response to the court prior to that consideration parcel particularly
Starke. Fla. 32091. Bids will be openedand
tlm. Your failur. to appear or respond and action at the prescheduled described as follows: Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE
read March
at 7:30 Tuesday 7,
p.m. will be treated final hearing for this application for Commence at the Northeast corner of
as a consent to the permanent Notice Is that
the given
1989. Th. City of Starke reserves pursuant
commitment and you may lostall reionlng on Tuesday, March 7, 1989 at said SEction 36 and run South 00 degrees
right to refuse any or all bids.Control 0981 legal rights at a parent to the child or 7:30 p.m., In the Council Room of Starke 27'33" East along the East line of said LAMP OF JESUS STARKE .r.
children named In th. Petition for Permanent City Hall. Sta...., Florida. At this time Section 36 a distance of 664.35 feet to
Itchg 2/23 Commitment attached to th. the Starke City Commission will make the Point of Beginning: thence continue CRAFTCONSIGNMENTTues. CHURCH OF GOD
Summons. the final decision on the proposed application South 00 degrees 27'33" East along said ( .10-5:30) 422 N. SL Clair- 064-5445
WITNESS My hand as the Clerk ol said ; after having two public hearings East Line 200.00 feet; thence run North John
Court and the Seal thereof this 27th day two advertisements and posting.All 89 degrees 15'47" West 200.00 feet; Spring is Blooming
SPECIFICATIONSBids of January. 1989. persons Interested in this application thence run North 00 degrees 27'33" Plastic Canvas Crafts Invite you to worship with us.
are requested for: GILBERT S. BROWNAs or. hereby given notice of time and West 200.00 feet, thence run South 89 > Home Grown Frozen BlueberriesFor Attended Nursery

e3O'x40'x10'> with metal building roof be In mode color.comploto of, Clerk of Court place for the two public hearings required. degrees 15'47" East, 200.00 feet to the Sunday Stool .................. lOeraMcmfcigWarahk
; to Control 0964 Point of Beginning Lying and being In More Information Call ? ........ ...._.. Hem
26 gauge Calvatume with a 1/12 roof 4tchg Z/9-3'2 Director Zoning i Planning Bradford County Florida. Evening Service ................ 6pm
pitch: one 3070 steel flush walk door; Starke. Florida Together! with without limitation, the 934-7109/964-5898 Wednesday Youth .............. 7.30pn
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I : Young BHS Ladies Make History with Upset Win for District Title .

Stafanie Preston and Welcome, who scored 26 in ford High gym with the Lady Tornadoes and was more to the liking of the
The young Lady Tornadoes made bounds and Evette Covington 8 re junior 5-11 points who like to play a
history by winning the District 5-3A bounds competed with the tall girls senior Felicia Lavan. each of the first two games was the going 61-31 by visiting Lady Tornadoes offense. Evette Cov
basketball championship by beating from OV. Both BHS students are six The rebounding was pretty even. one to stop, and took the basketballto Gainesville Eastside. more up tempo first six points of
Monic Williams led BHS with 25 ington scored the
Coach Slater said. Latara Jacksonhelped her every chance they got.
Ocala Vanguard 54-53 on the Lady feet. with team mates
In the fourth period Aurilla out there, relieving Aurilla Welcome responded as BHS wanted points. Evette Covington had 14. the second half
Knights home court in Ocala. to her. BUS
her to and fouled The big difference said Coach getting the ball inside
Williams made two crucial baskets Williams and Evette Covington. out
The BHS team does not have a 11-2.
Slater the third period
was changing to a trapping won
senior on it. It is the first district title under the goal and four pressure- defense. Until then Eastside slowed Ind/.rd .... II 11 11 20 41
the Lady Tornadoes have ever won packed free throws as OV fouled to Dana Norman did a good job running BITS went up by 10,and then relaxed the down and, the .....,..High H. II 10 t IIdtor4
In the 14 years the Florida High get control of the basketballVanguard's the BUS defense finding people said Coach Slater. GHS cut the game kept score ... High. UtoiiM, WMMM II.I/HI. /..".
School Activities Association has two guards picked up open under the basket. Annette Sim- BUS edge to one point,61-60 with 1 V4 close 12-11 In the first period. "Of" C..l,..>.. t-l/t-14. K."*. lullw. 1.1/7.1. Auillta-
course that was to their advantage, ... Itommi 1.67. AA.4
sanctioned girls basketball. And, it the BUS ball handlers before the half mons came in and scored two minutes to go. Coach Slater then had said Coach Slater. .Willi...... I.., !...,. J..h..fl .1/1.1.. lol.l.lM '
is the first time the BHS girls ((20-8) court mark. But the Lady Tornadoes crucial baskets in the third quarter. the Lady Tornadoes spread out. But BHS then a to pick .t/U-...
had little trouble with Monic Bradford had vocal GHS put on press up 14./.14., >.Hill ..... T....._ 1111.TN .
have won 20 games in one season. a crowd of was content to sit back until the the tempo and that worked to get High I.0-1. I WI...
Sophomore Monic Williams Williams bringing the basketball up- about 100 at the game. The BUS clock ran down to 30 seconds but Eastside out of the slowdown game 1.1'1..0.rto 11/11., .1/1.1.Idm-l-gk.m. T...... 1t.1.11I"_
poured in 29 points In the historic court. The BUS girls kept their crowd was larger than the OV then GUS fouled Tornado Dana Nor ----"
win, including a pressure-packed poise, committing few turnovers. At crowd. man. Miss Norman then made two
tie-breaking free throw with 18 the same time, OV kept BHS out of foul shots in a om .and-one situationto

seconds remaining in the game to its fast break game BUS shot 36 percent, 19/54 from put BUS up 63-60 and to ice the N

give BHS the 54-53 edge Monic Williams, who was 10-oMS the floor, considerably lower than game.A .
Williams admitted that as she toed the 42 and 46 percent of the two
from the floor and 8-of-12 from the
the foul line for her winning free foul line, launched a baseline previous games. BHS steal and a lay-up by Monic ;,, /: .
throw the front end of a one-and- jumper under for a 52.45 ..odlo'd High" 11i 14 II .. 14 Williams put BUS up by five, 65-60.
pressure Oc..U VO ..d II It I 14 M BUS started
wasn't confident. "I with
one,she thoughtit Lady Tornado lead with 2:39: to play. ....,..d High" Monlc Wittier t.I .112.2.. .ndq a man-to-man
was going into overtime. It was a Vanguard stormed back with ....,.. 3 I/I.f. A...... ......... 2 g... Aurilla defense then Changed to a zone
hard situation." and made free William .-/'-'2. L..... Jttkion I 0.,. T.l..1.1321.1 defense. In the second half BHS went f
pressure It. /. back to a man-to-man defense
throws and crucial baskets, tying ...... with a
Ocahl Vanguard! llvfanl' P. 4/7 20.Ptllcla
But so was playing on the home the game at 53 on Jana Morrison's l....l 7.1/t.14. ....... On'" 11/11 Ihomo.. half-court trap and confused the
court of Vanguard ((21-4), a team only basket of the game a short ""/..1. Wilt.ion I.I.1/4.7. I.Mairlun. T...,.. Lady Hurricanes, Caoch Slater said.
win II.I.14/lt ...
looking for its 14th consecutive
bank shot with 31 seconds remaining -
and eighth district title in 10 years. BUS 65 (HIS 60 BITS used a fast break to get mostof
With 3 juniors, a sophomore and a its points. Aurilla Williams and
freshman starting, and only three Monic Williams was then hackedas Winning two out of three games Evette Covington the two inside
more underclassmen on the bench, she dribbled down the middle of with Gainesville High, the Lady Tornadoes players, did a super job of getting
Bradford met the challenge. the lane with 18 seconds to go. beat the Lady Hurricanes the basketball out to Monic
Although the Tornado scoring leader 65.60 in the second round of the Dist Williams Coach Slater said. ,

Never trailing by more than four said she was a bundle of nerves her 5-3A girls basketball tournament at BIIS's balanced scoring kept GHS
points, BHS was up 15-12 after the first shot went through cleanly. The Ocala Vanguard High last Thurs- concentrating on Monic Williams
first period and down 29-28 at the second hit the back of the rim and day, Feb. 16. who led with 28 points the coach
half. man-to bounced out. The Lady Tornadoes edged GHS said. Evette Covington added 14
Using an aggresive iI ,
61-60 their home floor but lost :
man defense in the second half, BUS on points and Aurilla Williams 10. i 'l
60-50 to GHS In Gainesville
was up by five 42-37 after three Vanguard had two final chances. / '
Evette and
quarters. In the fourth period BUS Brandie Groves was fouled in a In the second round of the Aurilla each were
was up by as much as seven points scramble for a loose ball with 13 Dist.5-3A tournament at Ocala credited with 20 rebounds. Kendra '
but had trouble holding onto the leadbecause but missed from the Butler and Dana Norman each were
seconds to go, Vanguard High, BUS pulled away <
credited with 5 assists. BHS shot
of missed free throws.OV's BHS freshman Aurilla
foul line and from GHS by scoring the first eight 42%, 27/64. 1
Williams cleared the rebound. points of the third period to go up by .. .
.dl.rdHlgh 14 14 II It tlt
tall team played in close to six. It was 16-14 GHS after the first < .'ln...III.HIgh II 14 II 20 44IfOdlord
the goal forcing Monic Williams to The Tornadoes missed a oneandone period and 14.14 at the half High" Monty, Willi.... 11-1/1II. I.#.
shoot over them after the first period with nine seconds to play. BUS got up by as much as 10 C>.,..,..1 4't 14.Aurilta/ Willi.....4.J/'-IO' ,Kntdn I
when Monic Williams scored 13 of Vanguard got the rebound and points, but GUS tied the score at mom ultor 1.0/1.1.1..1.7 0/1.4,0.' .H.26.1..0/' .1.,1/.7...-". A._."""- IIi Ii IiI

BHS's 15 points, some off the fast brought the ball down quickly, but 40-40 with about five minutes left in O.,li,... l. High Nleol." W........t I/HO M.l.t- ..._ "II I
break. To stop the BHS fast break Morrison's second try a nine-foot the third period BHS was up by l.ll.r 41/411. Klruc. ..0/1... D.Dox.ll,, 11117. I
Vanguard BHS with bank shot, the and three I Oowlxi 1.1/1-1.0.Bm. ....1.I/I...&...,.... I...2.Ta. Pt'oto'*by Mark Frledlln !
began pressing skipped over rim 46-40, going into the fourth ..,.. 2.,/1..M. Just a Fresman. I
its then back intoa bounced off other side. Tornado
two the
guards falling period.
Lady Tornado forward Aurilla WUUanu (25)ihooU for two In an earlier
tight zone defense under the Coach Slater was satisfied that the With about 3'a minutes remaining BUS 61 Eastside 31 .

basket. Knights' last chance didn't come in the game Nicole Welcome, the big The opening round of the Dist.5-3A I'I'lame. I
Freshman Aurilla Williams, 12 re- from one of its twin towers, 6-foot gun for GHS fouled out BHS knew tournament was played in the Brad- Wll lama hit two ihoU and four key free throw In the fourth period against
Vuuuard for the title.

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four girls scoring in double
figures Seminole High went 72-59 by
Bradford High for an easy win of the A
Sectional basketball title.
Seminole High of Sanford goes on "ST BUY
to play the Class 3A sectional cham- V

pion from the Tampa area in the 89 FORD LTD

regional championship .. 198 81GER E.
Tuesday night's action saw the 16 ROWN / A XIQT ,
district champions clash in eight VICtOftlA -! Air Cond--': Chrome Step bumper ." ,
and the 16 teams in the running .
games AM &FM Stereo w/CasB/Clock Tach '.
for the final four of the state LX
basketball play-offs was nar Sliding,Iloar:Window ItWL Tires S
rowed down to eight teams. Those Loaded .' List $20,777 XLT Trim,

eight teams play Saturday in the Ford Discount 850.00
regional games to cut the teams to TEUWILLKOAHDISCOUNT A
the final four.
Fresh off their first-ever District MSfi;; 531 "'J"

championship, the Lady Tornadoes
looked sluggish in the sectional YOU PAY ONLY
game. And they faced a Seminole E
High team that had three big tall
girls six-feet or over and two fast

guards.Sophomore. 16,87T
scoring sensation
Monic Williams kept BHS in the

game in the first period by scoring 10
points, mostly from driving in closeto
the asket. BUS was up 17-13 after -

the first period.Seminole Net after rebate plus tax, tag& title-

won the second period and $30.50 service charge!!!,
14-9 as BUS went into a slump. When
BHS came down court in the second

and third periods the pass inside i:<.: ::.: :;::: :.::. iX iX19'5'S'TEMPO
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went to the right. Evidently the : <: ;t
Seminole guards were forcing the

basketball away from Monic : :
Williams who played on the left :'.

side. GL 4-DR.. \:. 1988 12ESCORT

Seminole outscored the Lady Tor- .. Special Valuo Pkg.. Air Cond. .:.:..*:: :'. : ,

nadoes 23-12 in the third period and IWer Lock: Group Tilt:Wlicel' Speed ,LX ,
22-21 in the fourth period Seminolegot ,
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one time but Seminole ran the score c ...,:::.:..: i
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foul trouble early. Aurilla Williamssat ..' .. Mirrora ,.
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BUS committed come 25 turnovers -

which also helped Seminole.The .
Seminole offense concentratedon .J// 7255
passing the basketball inside to -

one of three big, tall girls for a lay- /O
up. Or,if the BUS failed to step out to .
face a driving guard she'd pass the
ball Inside for a clear layup by the -
big girls. 1988 FESTTVA --

Monic Williams scored 24 points. :' s
Four Seminole girls scored 20,17,17 PLUS
and 12 points."I 1

think we lacked confidence," ;_Clear. Coat Paint. Speed Manual.
said Coach John Slater aniaxl Air Conditioned
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;.. A win tonight will advance the Friday. Marlon in the opening round tonight,
; round of the boys District p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25 at CFCC. p.m.
., 5-3A Basketball Tournament gets There Is no consolation game. BHS five 19-7 on the season and 10-4 CFCC is located on SR-200 on the Eastside plays Ocala Forrest, and
under way at 7:30 p.m. today BHS tied with Gainesville for se- in Dist.S-3A to the semi-finals of the opposite side of the highway from Gainesville High plays Santa Kc. .
(Thursday Feb. 23) when Bradford cond place, In District&-3A. has won district tourney. The Paddocks Mall.To get there go
hosts Lake Weir High In the Tornado twice over Lake Weir this season. GHS plays Santa Fe in the opening Into Ocala on US-301 and turn righton No. 1 ranked Vanguard is favoredto
Jan. 17 at Lake Weir the Tornado round tonight. If both GHS and BHS SR-200; if on 1-75 turn left on make to the finals. BHS and GHS
gym.If BHS advances its semi-final five got an easy 82-63 win. But Lake win tonight, they will play i in the SR-200. are expected to play closely fought
.. I Feb. Weir slowed the down here semi-finals at 8:30: p.m.FrldaYtfeb. game with the survivor getting into
game is set at 8:30p.m.: Friday. game up
.. . .... 24, In Central Florida Community Feb. 3 and made a close 61-57 gameof 24, at CFCC. The VanguardNorthMarlon First-ranked Ocala Vanguard the finals. BHS won 86-75 Jan. 13 in
1r College (CFCC) gym In Ocala. The it, throwing the Tornado five out winner and the the Eastside- which beat BHS 133-91 in Ocala andand Starke; GHS won 82-77 Jan. 28 in
championship game is set for 6:30 of its run and gun offense. Ocala Forest winner will play at 6:30 70-59( in Starke plays North Gainesville.

Cagers Fall in Final Regular Season Game to District LeaderTornado I

ca hard but of winning 20 games In the 1988-89 An eight point second quarter put nado to score in double figures was the 84-80 win over tough Crass 2A '
lost 78- 5 to District 5-3A leader season,which was the goal of Coach BHS down by seven 33-26, at the Eugene Blye who had 17 points. Hamilton County High.
Ocala Vanguard last Friday night, Rowland Cummings.See half.BUS could never overcome that Pedro Carter who got his leg hit and BHS beat Hamilton County 99-89
Feb. 17,in the Bradford High gym in ( separate article for District deficit. And as BUS fouled in the could hardly run that night scored 9 here Feb. 7. The state-ranked
the final regular season game. 5-13A pairings this weekend). fourth period In an effort to get points and John Berry 8.O..dh.d Hamilton County five was tough.
said Coach Cummings.Four
Vanguard Coach Jim Haley, who possession of the basketball Ocala HIOh' It 0 IP 14 ifOc competition
70 BUS 59 lived the free throw .i.v..pw u IP it u 70 Tornado players scored in
O.Vanguard Vanguard at
has built basketball in
a dynasty .... .
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line. OV, 23/38 at the line, ...... .. figures
charity .
Ocala congratulated Tornado "We played about as well as we '4.M/4-17 C tar ""I.' W.ml.ll Hutoit
'I Rowland Cummings for having a can," said Coach Rowland Cumm- made more free shots than BHS I..-.. M.,11 UM 3-3-.. .....14.Ch.ndl.r I.".... close. .
5/15, attempted.Is K..In Flndi I-O/I-J.Train' lip !*!. Itocy tonkin' ... District the Tor-
solid second place team in ings of the 70-59 whipping ,_., .
I 53A. Haley said he knew the BUS nado five received from District a bad second quarter against a 3-0/4-4.te V.n..i4.i3i33t.Oc .di....IMtof.l'7l.n.l..Klnf, 3..nf..4 High John ..mr4.17 10.U l..M M My M.
the tough team a BHS trend this year? took ., ., .... .... ......
game would be tough. 5-3A leader Ocala Vanguard on .101''-'' Wllll '.11.- DI..n..p' Wright ""/ P. c. / Mwvta UM
The BUS five beat Hamilton Coun- BHS floor last Friday night,Feb.17. Against state-ranked Palatka and 1-1/.-..Aim 3n M.ck 0."/.',Vine.H.t.n'.1".I, 1/4-10..W.nd.ll|.Hud..3-7/t-lf.HwoM Ch..dls
... twice against Ocala Vanguard the Alton' n.y4 4-1/'11..1"1170.BIIS J-l/11.'''''.lh113 1 3....,,l.3h.HM4 113.3.Knln .
,", ty 84-80 last Thursday Feb. 13, in Against the taller and heavier Finch. 1.1.2.,.,........11/..-...
Underneath... Jasper In a closely(fought game.The Knights, the Tornado five couldn'tget BHS five has had a slow second Hamilton Cty. 80 HnntlIMn. CouiOyi ClMriM tfantonon ..1."/.'.
fall, either free quarter after being even or slightly ........ .
1-1 week's play gives BHS a 19-7 their shots to Patience on offense waiting for a Kntth tmtth 0.0/0.22. Ini l-t/1-17. TnnynUKIr
I BUS1.John Berry kyi one In for record and a 9-4 District 5-3A record.It throws or shots from the field, at ahead in the first period.In good, high percentage shot, is "* 1.1.0/0.7. Hick ......... 4-4/7-11. MchwlJnckmn
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the also leaves BHS one name short crucial times. credited by Coach Cummings with 23..-"/29.10.

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by Buster Rahn Revels Says... tention to the 29 car pile-up on In- J OFFICB $ I.5O

OCT Staff Writer Revels, an articulate spokesmanfor terstate 10( recently, and asked, J t
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U-CAP the some J SHOP
County Commissioners voted 4-1 came to podium to 1
Wednesday, Feb. 15, to contribute say, "We are going to restrict out transporting?" dangerous waste products PER DAY + 3 l/2 PER
remarks hazardous I Call StStaxke .
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"I deal with hazardous waste, it's I
hazardous waste site in Union Coun- has been fighting for more than a COPY
ty, requested by U-CAP (United year, a long, hard fight, that is not part of my job. I know how bad it is, ''Ii I
Revels told his listeners.
Citizens Against Pollution). yet over." J 964-5764
Chairman Waters said he has attended I
Commission Chairman Wilbur A hearing on the issue has been set
Waters relinquished the chair to for May 22.Revels U-CAP meetings because he { '-
is concerned about hazardous waste,
County Clerk Ray Norman in orderto said U-CAP is a force to be -
make ; reckoned with, and holds documen- but, he admonished, "we're talking I _
the motion to give con-
land- ,, ,
tribution. tation that can't be revealed, about" hazardous waste, not the

Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., because of pending litigation. fill. 5
voted against the motion, saying "Idon't Apparently some of the documentation Waters moved to make the mo1 1 T
tion,contributing$5,000 to the I
think it is right to spend tax- deals with the possibility of group 7
payers money this way." hazardous waste being brought in and received a second to the motion ?J .
by Commissioner E.L. Norman.
Carter said he personally opposesthe from outside the State of Florida,
Commissioner Joe Riddick said, J, _
Union County site, but cannot ap- since Revels told commissionersthat
inter-state cannot be "Revels, you led the group against j
prove the use of public funds to fight commerce
solid andI f
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and cannot be used to fight the tri- hazardous waste site. It is much of solid waste."
county landfill. worse than just for Florida waste," disposal Revels replied, "The money will *t. Selection BONDof
Buddy Revels, spokesman for Revels told the group. be
not spent to fight solid waste. J
U-CAP, said that although many of Revels said he is concerned about U-CAP is not fighting the landfill." RIBBONS
the U-CAP members are also trucks bringing in hazardous waste, After the vote was taken Carter PAPER

against the tri-county landfill, the traveling by schools, with the said, "Buddy, I just can't spend tax- *
organization is not fighting it. possibility of contamination, in the payer's money that way." f j For Office Machines In reg. $4.5O
event of an Accident He called at-
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I Baseball Team Wins FirstThe and Get Quickly Your!Order ON NOW $ Q 98

Tornado baseball season .,.""' ... 200 03S 001 10 1 3 with two hits and a clean up homer J
opener was a high scoring win, 10-9( O.ln.lvlll.' 000 Ul 100 I 3 for three runs. The Tornadoes tied it r
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win, pitching 4% innings, allowing 4 Sparr, 15-5. Hersey gave up 8 hits, 1
runs on 4 hits. Dyal struck out 4 walk, and struck out 8 batters. MTne Tornadoes travel to f;
while allowing 5 walks. "We got the hits when we needed Hawthorne for a 4:30 game today, .. FAX YOUR
them," said Coach Mike Gutierrez."It Thursday, Feb. 23. They play at
Leading hitters for the Tornadoeswere was a close game starting out." home against Clay High Friday: MESSAGE ANYWHEREin
Travis Long, 2 for 3, with 3 Bradford scored two runs in the game time is 4:30.: Newberry wlI i ..
RBI's and Tim Lewis, 2 for 5, with 3 opening inning, but the Colts came come to Starke Tuesday, Feb. 28, the world....
RBI's.Organizational. right back in the bottom of the first again scheduled for 4:30.: 4

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I BHS Runners Open in OP MeetChris I We Your Machine!

Dinkins and Kim Hamptonwere Shot Put: Distance Medley Relay: f
the standouts from Bradford
in the 4th annual Park Olrllt 7)Mia lean II..". to,. goo. 440, )/.th mil., ..d ... mil.. 4)) ONO
High Orange eeyii Cl.r.... Williams jrj'V. Indite* MoI., IJiM.O, (.1.... 'h....., Timmy Tester, TyraneSandort.
Relays run Tuesday, Feb.21. irr. IMV.n mton,.in: .Lorry Oreefl). a.:
The meet was delayed from Saturday
; but was run Tuesday despite the Discus: Mile Relay: ..

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ram. Twelve area schools attended, CI. Willi. '110'. II. Thornton Olrhl 1)) >H> 4>M H (...,.. Kelly, -
mostly Class 4A, including Buchholz Wt"John Leper 10'.kit.,..... 120/.N.plu.. ...'.Rim, He........Chrl.".H.rr.11). a.:
..,.. f) OH3 4i04 (Clarence Willi...., Macon ..
from Gainesville, Orange Park, 880 Yd. Relay: locum, ....... M..l.v.Chril Blnhlni' ). r y 1_
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Long Jump: "'...., el.,,.Willi...,.Chris Dlnhlni, ). Upcoming. ..

Olrisi' 1))Kim. H.......14.*..Winning lump.II tart. BHS goes to the University Feb. 25 of ,
Florida track this Saturday, t .
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Triple Jump: Olril run two 110'.. :HO. 440. I'OH7) ItOI.M tion.Next Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 4 p.m. &;
01,,", I) Kim. ItampMn riO".. ...> OHO Mlwelrccwtf. (CIa Shene.so,,..". Harrell Wllllonu.. Terrklne/ III"' .. Kim Hnmpton, BHS will have its first home meet J. !

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sprays that kill flys. the sprays we teacher at Vo-Tech, called attentionto rass good operators. His office "will
get today are only good for drowning a weakness in the ordinance, not respond to a single complaint,
them." which fails to exempt pet owners but when 3 or more phone calls come
from following each and every sec- in, we'll investigate." TYPEWRITERS CASH CALCULATORS
1970 Ordinance... tion of the act, making the owner-

The county has a fly control ordinance ship of a single dog or cat liable for County Attorney R.A. Green said Brother REGISTERS Victor Casio
(70-2)( on the books, passedin severe penalties in event of viola-
the county needs an ordinance thatis Smith Corona Swintec
1970. With some exceptions, the tions. fair, and evenly applied. It needsto Royal 00 Mercury
ordinance appears to all-inclusive be clear, in order that an operatorcan Swintec 259 Texas Instrument
and effective, although some up- Commissioner Riddick said, "If it know when he is in violation. On< Sale
dating may be required. It refers to isn't broke, don't fix it. Leave the or- The ordinance ought to establish a Rent Week SHARP
the "State Board of Health," whichis dinance as it is, except in those reasonable level of flies that is ac- Day or Call For Price on CALCULATORUSED
no longer existent,and is vague on areas that require attention." ceptable, and should meet
responsibility for "daily Pabst said any new ordinance will everyone's needs. Commissioners 8 Dept. Royal On Sale

inspections." not be designed to put poultry should take recommendations and z 10 Dept. Sanyo
David Smith, an agriculturePRIDE operators out of business, or to har- prepare a new ordinance.two IBM SELECTRIC Model 69 93
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(from page IA) Steele. However, there are other percent of Florida high school difference.I I
must have scored at least at the 90th outstanding students who scored seniors earn school-level PRIDE The Cordless with a
percentile in the areas for which above the 90th percentile on the SATor "Certificates of Excellence" in one
they are honored on the SAT or ACT. ACT. or more subject areas.

The four were nominated by their The PRIDE program rewards Full power Cordless with Anyroom Recharge Cradle
faculty departments."These high school seniors for outstanding The four BHS PRIDE students Anyroom Recharge Cradle
are the school's most academic performance in took part in a regional competition Allows you an extension .
outstanding students in each area mathematics science, social recently,but none have been notified and factory-set Anti-Piracy phone in any room with
110V AC outlet. No
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Touch Ton or pushbutton Puluu dialing,
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Bowen. Flash, function lor access enhanced 'bF
telephone company, .."'.... /
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(from page 1A) of guilty can be entered becauseone was found at Bowen'smotherinlaw's /
misconduct for signing an application is guilty, or it can be a plea of home and when it i
falsely stating that the purchaser convenience with no admission of came to light that Bowen helped a r -

was a policeman who guilt. person, who was not a.policeman, Anyroom' R.cheg.e.dl. i le,
qualified for a discount. buy a pistol at discount.: and base unit are oiak [ I l !. _
"It was simply more convenient in The night of Bowen's arrest, the tV or wall mountable I

Bowen pleaded not guilty to the terms of time and cost," said attorney city council named Major H.F. WigI I -, Mood 7,727
two felony charges.For Brown. gins acting police chief, but Wiggins { ]

months, Attorney Brown Bowen, Brown said, had two later resigned when the council J, REG. 105.93 ONE-YEAR : '
repeatedly attempted to get the choices: to $10,000 and win an declined to make him permanent j Sows.,,

charges dismissed, saying assistant acquittal or enter pay the guilty plea and chief. Then Major W.C. (Bill) Reno f SALE 84.95 ...........,...-
chief and remained r
state attorney David Giant, the prosecutor pay a ISO fine. "It was that simple," was named acting
failed to supply sufficient Brown said. so until Jimmy Epps was elected -
answers to his pre-trial questions.The chief Feb. 7 for the 8-month unex3 OE We bring good things life.
The charges against Bowen came pired term of Bowen. f / GE.We bring goad lhmgaol/t./ /

case dragged on 'until Len after the SPD was investigated by Beeperless Remote Control i Deluxe Desk or
Register was appointed state attorney federal authorities for involvementin "There was total confusion caused 3
for the Eighth Judicial Illegal drug activity. Former by Bowen leaving,"Chief Epps said, Answering System Wall Mount Extension

District. Register removed the case Scotty Rhoden the second "But all personnel have just come '- Phone
from Giant's jurisdiction, agreed to highest rankinger in SPD. around beautifully. They're just
dismiss the official misconduct is now serving 12 years In federal starting to smile." r
charge and reduce the grand theft prison after being found guilty of -

charge, a felony to petty theft, a conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Lt. John Hodges, who ran against
misdemeanor. For that Bowen But Bowen was never connected to Bowen, is now back at work with l-Mao y

agreed to plead guilty to petty theft. Illegal drug the SPD. Major Reno resumed his An.w.dng/ye.0 with Super VOX'M
Brown has stated that a felony charges rested when the air duties with SPD. ft
Attorney previous Dual l"'Ie............system with 11 ...........Iwnotei Soap Mount
Control functions front any)'oucII-Ton.phone. Cap.Mldy 2-5100

I Softball Hereof i Of left total remole control with 2S4uMr Mlectabla;Mcurlly Almond Cream
I Signups Beginning codes.Features a GE exclusive-Important Call BreaR- Touch-Tone Dialing.*Ton feedback confirm each
Ihrough'".Allows only people with cod you give Hum,to number hat been dialed.One-touch Redlal tact numbercalled.
all other leave Dual micro-
ring through- callers massages. .
Ringer Volum.control.' exlalong 10' handael cord.
I meetings are set dates. the Interest In participating In the caa.ahe.5st.m provide flexibility In recording outgoing ani Hearing Aid compatible.Rugged construction and quality/
Feb. 20 and March 27 for the 1989 March 27 is the final date for a league. Incoming messages.perry hangs Super up VOX Plus automatically..Call l Screening Oleconnectawhencalling component provide full Sound performance and reliability
softball season sponsored by the team to enter the league. Leaguefees One-Touch Operation,Announcement Bypass ".tu MrnW.r- over time fiacked by GE'i full two-year warranty."
Starke Recreation Department.Cards due dates, etc.will be finalized. Monday. Feb. 20: meet in the Bee Ing machine on Irom remote location,and more.FCC FCC r.gist.r.d. REO.34.95 ..I
Any new information concerning Department (the old armory across ;II Begittered. REQ. 125.98 .I5T.uah Tw*
roster forms, league rules ASA should be available then. from the high school). Women'sLeague &.:: 99.00.w 24,95i
and will be handed out at the Feb. 20 If unable to attend, please send a 7 p.m.; Men and Men'sChurch SALE peckioe.. SALE
meeting. Discussions will be held on representative or call the Recrea- League, 7:30: p.m. :II

r league fees and possible starting tion Dc............it, M.......... w wiut'oa March 27: same place, same time. ,. J i i .



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1,600 and 2,000 troops will tive duty,with all salaries and ex- Busy Workers...
be engaged in the deployment and penses paid for by the federal The$1 million lit Baptist
operation of a 600-mile communications government. Local communities Church expansion project has
system when the 53rd Signal around Blanding and along the com- moved Into another stage*.
Brigade of the Florida Army Na- munications line will benefit from 11 hejl worker began
tional Guard conducts its annual the Infiwlon of onnwvlmnMvmillion .< letting up
training at Camp Blanding, March TiT payroll and purchase ot scaffolding covering. the side of
supplies including an estimated the new wing.A
418.Their annual training mission will 77,500 meals during the two weeks spokesman for the project on
be to extend a line of communications training. ;k -. the site said he believes the
from Blanding through nor- Working on the communicationlines outer portion of the project will
theast Florida to Tallahassee and are Guard units from Itt. be finished within one month-
Appalachicola for the purpose of Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Perry 4 1Y well within schedule
providing local tactical telephoneand and Crestview. They will be joined _
teletype communications and by Active Army and Reserve troops : :: ;: _
messenger service in support of from Texas, Georgia, and Puerto &
troop and supply movements. Rico. They will be engineering a _
While participating in the opera- totally mobile,self-contained,multi-
tion, the Guardsmen will be housed channel communications network r Photos Bv Mark Frlnrilln
and work out of headquarters at
Blanding, and will be on federal ac- See Page 2B


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Former Police Chief ding to Paramedics Dwayne and
Beth Hardee. driven by Dana Robert Masey, Six SentencedIn James Lorenzo Graydon pled guil-
Gets ProbationFormer burglary a structure, possessionof
cited for struck the rear of the 1986 Ford Circuit Court of for escape
Canipe was having no burglary tools, petit ty violation probation
Starke Police Chief JIm- proof of insurance in the 10:30 p.m. driven Lawtey by which Donna then collided Bentley. 28, of The following cases received final and attempting to elude receive and was sentenced to three years in
with the
my Bowen was placed on six months accident. disposition before Jud"* Benjamin concurrent probation sentences. the Department of CorrectionsDOC
probation Feb. 20 in Bradford Cir- rear Jetta of Michele the 1989 Lee Ford of driven by Je- Tench in Bradford Circuit Court r>.i..n M.. .-....I..4-r.wn.l.wt trtbat ( ) with special condition'!.
cuit Court. .. Minor Feb. tery and was f laced on one
Starke Man ChargedDUI inturlM wP.. l..t"" 1 in the accident year pi o-
Bowen was arrested last Augustfor bation and ordered to make restitu- Feb. %0Howard
the theft of an aircompressor In AccidentA including passenger in the Lee vehi- tion ($150 medicical bills within 60
pled no
from the evidence room at the police Starke cle,Jennifer Wheeler Total damageto Wayne Green was ad- days). Louis Johnson
36-year-old man was theft and was placed -
station which was recovered stolen charged with driving under influence the vehicles was estimated to Be judicated guilty aggravated assault George James Earle pled no con- contest on community to grand control for one
property He was charged with after his vehicle rear ended $7,500. placed on five years probation with test purchase or possession with In-
grand theft and official misconductwhen another vehicle a three- Masey refused the blood alcohol special conditions. tent to purchase cocaine and was year. led
it was learned he had written a vehicle accident on causing US310. test. He was charged with careless placed on five years probation. Landon Howard place on
letter to a gun manufacture in PA driving open container resisting ar- Keith Leroy Jones was placed on Aubry Geer pled guilty possessionof guilty forgery and was
stating a Starke resident was a A 1\1111i\ Ford and a 1989 Ford were rest without violence as well as five years probation for burglary of less than 20 grams of cannabisand three years probation with special
policeman and entitled to benefits. stopped for the light at US-301 and DUI, said Hajes; Bond was set at a structure with special conditions to possession of drug paraphernalia conditions.Rod .
The man was not a police officer Pratt St Feb. 18, according to Sgt. $500 he was released on his own and alcohol counseling.Additional and was placed on one year A. Christian pled no contest
Feb. 6 through plea bargin agree- Gerald tlayes A 1984 Isuzu pickup. recognizance. charges against Jones of probation with special conditions. tion.aggravated assault one year proba-

ment, Bowen pled guilty to petit
theft The plea was one of convenience -
according to Bowen's attorney
Terry Brown. Winn-Dixie'
Judge Benjamin Tench withheld
adjudication of guilty on Bowen and
placed on him six '
tion If he completes that probation
without violating any laws and
abides by the probation orders
Brown said he may request the
record be expunged.
Bowen 55, who served as chief for
16 years. is now employed by Ter
willegar Motors.

motion for a new public BEEF BONELESS CUT
defender for Jerome Rundolph Len
non was granted in Bradford Circus FROM TOP ROUND
Court Feb. 13. Lennon was to have
been represented by attorney Gi WorkIng 10 GIve YOU. LONDONBROIL
Schaffmt. but due to possible conflict .
involving a related civil case ,
new special public defender wa

sought Since Lennon had not been arraigned

Judge Benjamin Tend
entered! a not guilty plea for Lennoi THE LOWEST
who faces multiple charges for .
:November incident. Attorney Victo :
Hulslander was later appointed a
Lennon's new counsel
Lennon 31, lost his right eve in ai
armed struggle with a policemai
after stealing another officer'
weapon and still another officer'
patrol car during a five hour Chas TOTALLB.
through Starke Nov. 6.
Lennon is charged with attemptei.
armed robbery resisting arrest witl
violence,battery of law enforcemen
officer grand theft auto depriving .
an officer of his weapon, escape
robbery while armed with a f irearn FOOD BILL !
and aggravated assault. ROUND W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE BONELESS TOP

:Man Attacks EmployerGets ROAST . . La. $197'
"' .j
ArrestedA That is Winn-Dixie's committment to : '

42-year-old Putnam Hall man, you. VOLUME II

who vehicle remains chased and in a custody his steel employer pipe of last the Friday with county a Not just for today, but for a long time NOW ON SALE $3.98WHAT'S .

jail.Willie Lee Mayes an employee of to come Plus the quality variety and '
Starke Veterinary Clinic,was charged COOKINGservice
with aggravated battery and ag- WITH JTX EQOD REPORTER

gravated Sgt. Michael assault Feb.McClain.17, accordingto Mayes you deserve in a food_ store. BUIiT'WOLF;

truck allegedly off the ran roadway his employer's several pickup times' In the fight against hunger, It may not seem l like your small change- L VtS9qgpft OOKBOOKtcan -;*.

late Friday afternoon then rammedthe make much of a difference. But WINN-DIXIE's new "Even It +f $10 WORTH
pickup when the employer stop- I Up" program can be a very effective way to help needy families = ='" II OF VALUABLEget
ped at a convenience store. Mayes the fresh foods they need. You can help make the program I:VI:[\S COUPONS
approached the pickup truck and a success. When you buy groceries, just ask your cashier to
busted the window out with a three "even up" your grocery total to the next dollar. The funds ITm' \
foot steel pipe, yelling he was goingto ") collected will go to The Salvation Army to provide perishable food
kill him.Mayes Recipes, cooking fcp ,Information on food and good health...everything
Items for the hungry here In our own community.
then left the scene but GIVE TOUR CHANGE< TO
Pinehurst royO1JU !On sale onty at WINN-DIXIE.Ask at the service counter for1 the
followed the pickup to FEED THE NUNGftV.
book location the store.
where he again came at Dr. R. S.
Mullins with the pipe saying he was aul _
going to kill him said McClain. '1C8a _
When arrested Mayes continued to AY d lira VKRYDAY
yell he was going to "kill him". eVERYD LOW PRICE
Mayes remains in custody under a LOW
$25,000 cash or surety bond.

Two Year Fugitive '
Caught in BradfordA HERRLICH VIRGINIA I a v 1 I 1 '

Hampton man who has been a or

years fugitive was from apprehended justice for the Monday past two HONEY CURED 1. 1 1' i I I i' '

After an intensive ongoing In- HAM
vestigation between Georgia and
Mississippi authorities and Bradford
County Sheriff Department's Chief I
Deputy P. A. Henry and Deputy FS169 I
Harvey Rhoden the man was charged Ht
on warrants out of Effingham 1
County Georgia.The .
fugitive Leroy Neely, Jr., living I
under the assumed name of Joe
Williams,Jr.,was residing in Hampton a
where he was arrested Feb. 20 at FRESH BAKEDAPPLE
5:20: p.m. by Deputy Rhoden. f :
According to the FBI Neely has \

Mississippi approximately two years. < $ PREMIUM:' $39 BEANS . 2 is 99' BEANS. . 2 It- 9ge
Neely will be extradited to 199 WINES 3t O .
Georgia to stand trial for child "8-IN. '."[*YDAYLOW"'UCI';
molesting and various other
charges, according to Sheriff Ken- ALL VARIETIES -:. CORONET WHITE or


Minor InjuriesIn : F REAL PIT COOKED BBO
Saturday AccidentTwo

men received possible minor BARBECUESPARERIBS c :
injuries Feb. 18 when their vehicle a 89 sgg VAC BAGREGULAR. slog

overturned.Clarence Earl Canipe 31, of 2-LT.t3TL .RoLL ADC or 13-0*.
Daytona Beach,driving a 1970 Ford, : S 9 9 --yolPKG.. ELECTRIC PERK BAG
was eastbound on Meng Dairy Road __ 6
ran off the roadway onto the left
side rotated and overturned accor- VETHANMO
ding Trooper L. Dean.
Damage to the Ford was $1,500. FRESH BAKED COCA I '.h- flt599 4.-i.A....._-... REOUUM or TARTAR CONTROL

Starling Canipe 32 and, of Starke passenger were taken Thomas by FRENCH or ITALIAN Tic COLA I-=- -:::"_ AIM $ 43

Rescue to Bradford Hospital,accor- BREAD . . EACH I TOOTHPASTE . ttS I

SWISS SANDWICH399 93 C i Pi XorlllNT $-68

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News Briefs- _

Recent ArrestsIn violation of probation for possessionof Scott William Boyd, 18, of Live Nyberg distrubance was charged in the Keystone with causing Heightsarea. a Patrolman Jeff Johnson.Griffis was Bond was set at $1,000, she was
Bradford cannabis.) Oak was arrested Feb. 17 for loitering She was released after a $250 charged after his vehicle was stop- released on her own recognizance.
CountyThe Bertell! Warren, 43, was arrested and prowling, according to surety bond was posted. ped for a tag light out. .
following arrests were made Feb. 17 for trespass of structure according Patrolman Brown. Boyd parked his Tommy Tucker,67,of Lawtey was
by local authorities In Bradford to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson. car in the drive at a west MadisonSt. Robert Olin Fulgham, Sr. was arrested arrested Feb. 18 on a capals from
County. Police were called to a possible residence, knocked on the door Feb. 18 for shoplifting at the Traffic Duval County for leaving the sceneof
burglary at 1370 Charles Court. but ran when asked what he wanted Shell Station, according to Sgt. Deborah Green, 31, was arrested an accident, according to Deputy
Robert Melton Stebbins, 21, of Lights were on inside the supposedly by the victim. When apprehended, Michael McClain. Fulgham was Feb. 19 for driving under influence Barry King and Danny Pearson. He
Waldo was additionally charged on a vacant building,according to the arrest Boyd said he was speeding on SR-100 seen putting batteries in his pocket (DUD, violation of driver's license was released after a $503 surety
capias from Alachua County Feb. 17 report.After hearing movement and fled,attempting to hide when he inside the store. When confronted he restriction, according to Trooper bond was posted.
with grand theft, according to Lt. inside, Officer W. H. Brown enteredthe saw a Florida Highway Patrol car. attempted to pay for the items but Donald Dean. Green's blood alcohol
David Aderholt.Stebbins was charged house and found Warren who He was released after a $105 cash only had $1 in his possession, according content was .15 percent. She was Melvin Charles Alexander of Lake
last week with the theft of said she lived In the house until a bond was posted. to the report. released after a $1,000 surety bond Butler was arrested Feb.19 for drivIng -
aluminum irrigation pipe and trailer month ago. The house has been was posted. while license suspended
from his uncle's home '('n Alachua. foreclosed with a new owner. War Ruth Helen Nyberg, 33, of Daniel Lee Griffis of Starke was (DWLS), according to Deputy
Bond was set at $2,500. He was ren was charged with trespass with Jacksonville was arrested Feb. 18 arrested Feb. 11 for possession of Rosa Lee Crews, 23, was arrested Thrift He was released after a
released on his own recognizance. bond set at$157.50. She was releasedon for disorderly intoxication, according marijuana and possession of drug Feb. 16 for DUI(second offense),according $215.25 surety bond was posted.
(Stebbins was charged Feb. 15 with his own recognizance. to Deputy Danny Thrift. paraphernalia, according to to Patrolman Gordon Smith.
Julie Lyn Shore, 19, of Alachuawas
arrested Feb. 16 for DWLS, ac-
cording to Lt. William Tillotson. She
was released on her own

Alphonso Eugene Anderson!! 29,
i' GRAPE was arrested Feb. 16 for DWLS, according
.CHERRY to Lt. Aderholt. He was
STRAWBERRY released after a $215.25 surety bond
ROOT BEER was posted.
GINGER ALE Marshall Eaves, 39,of Starke was
DR. CMEK arrested Feb. 18 for DUI, no valid
COLA driver's license, according to
HOURS : LOW CALORIE CHERRY Trooper D. C. Roberts. Eaves' blood
8 AM. LOW CALORIE COLA alcohol content was .19 percent, he
LOW CALORIE LEMON-LIME was arrested after his vehicle ran off
TIL C oia LOW CALORIE ROOT BEER the roadway several times on
11 P.M.U.S.D.A.. GRADE 'A LOW CALORIE GINGER ALE SR-100. Bond was set at 162.25, he

SELECT LEANBOSTON PREMIUM 9-11 LB. AVG. ALL VARIETIES was recognizance.Steven released. on h,sown

BUTT FRYER LEG Gibson, 27, was arrested
= CHEK Feb. 19 for DUI,DWLS,according to
Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Bond was
set at $2,000, he was released on his


Richard Paul Booth III, 27, of
Hampton was arrested Feb. 21 for
DUI, according to Lt. Winston
Barber. Booth's blood alcohol con
tent was .19 percent. Bond for the
PRICES GOOD charge was set at$750.

I 7 FEB.THURS.-WED.23-MARCH 1,,1989 Alan Curtis Sapp,38,of Starke was
QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED arrested Feb. 17 for DWLS, according

..... to Patrolman Wilkerson. Sapp,
00..111011,- 1w. driving a 1988 Toyota pickup,was In-
volved in an accident at Broadwayand
Center Sts. with property
2LTR.I damage listed at $1,200. He was
released after a $215.25 cash bond
LB. LB. BTL. was posted.

Driver Charged DUI
duooH oooo ASSORTED/ man,WMIU WAFERS,coco

PORK STEAKS. . LB 137 FRYER BREAST . La $178 BAG COOKIES .' 99c 21-year-old Hampton man was
charged with driving under Influence
Feb. 19 when his vehicle col-
lided with the railroad tracks.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ALL PURPOSE $ 99 i / TRIMMED WHOLE 1977 Ford, was eastbound on CR-18,

TDpoii ND PEELED SHRIMP La / CRYOVAC SMOKED SLICED FREE when approaching the brakes the locked railroad, accordingto crossing

cHOia FROZENGRANNY ::1 Trooper D. C. Roberts. The vehi-
STEAK PACK $ 68 HAMS '. cle struck the rails on the south edgeof
: 1
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the roadway, travelled 32'feet
;or :j tIlOU.TJ' ETSI' La more and came to rest across the j
,i ; __.. .
... k \ ilnm nj railroad 'tracks- facing.east 'ald'"ir"': "',
227 Y'LB. LB. Roberts. Damage to the vehicle was

fB. LB. $300.Bennett's blood alcohol contentwas
98e .17 percent, he was charged
LEAN MADISON BRAND with driving under Influence Im-
GROUND ROUND or $197 CHICKEN or BONELESS proper tag.Passenger.
8ge FARMSTEAD $<977u in the vehicle Ted Curtis -
CHOPPED SIRLOIN u I TURKEY BOLOGNA La OHARVEST 31 received minor injuries butrefused

FRESH MARKET $1 67 $1 ENDLESS LINK $1 99 Hardee.Paramedics Passenger Rex Siemer Johnny and Lott Beth, 53,

GROUND SAUSAGE LI LB. SMOKED SAUSAGE La of Kinglsey Lake received no In-
FRESH was set at$700, Bennett was
I released on his own recognizance.
LW PRICE I,2PRICE Starke Man ArrestedFor

Nature nukes the produce. Throwing BrickA

WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. 23-year-old Starke man, ar-
rested Feb. 19 for throwing objectsat
I i i I a vehicle, now faces additional
charges. 1
RED FLAME or THOMPSON Kerry Harry Fisher was charged
I I i] I SEEDLESSGRAPES with throwing a deadly missile after
he allegedly threw a brick and a
,p- beer bottle at a car, according to
Sgt. Gerald Hayes. Fisher Is also
charged with taking rods and reels
from a jeep on Center St.and charged -
; 88C with petit theft, burglary to auto
e and resisting arrest without
LB. violence, said Hayes. Bond was set
L at $2,000 cash or surety.
Fisher was also served a capais
r k- i for failure to appear for non jury
S-LB. BAQ trial (battery and petit theft),accor-
e PINK WHITETHRIFTY ding to Deputy Harvey Rhoden.
or Bond was set at $2,000 on those

SPAGHETTI ft flic $ 19 PEAS .... 89 e.
SAUCE . . 3hz.M. GSJIVEHYDAY ) CHEJSE_ . i SIZE... I . . SIZE $ 148
FLEISCHMANN'll. BANQUET $458 Continue License,
Bradford CountyThe
SPAGHETTI SEAFOOD KITCHENS $ 99 Florida Highway Patrol will
BISCUITS $129 IS 1 be conducting driver license and
VERMICELLI vehicle Inspection checkpoints
REGULAR PEARS ing the week of Feb. 24 through
or THIN 5 g. SUPERBRANDCOTTAGE 'c PRICE BREAKER OAc March 2 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230,
16-OZ. CHEESE SB ORANGE JUICE 12 SIZE.t O9 ( SR-18, SR-18, CR-18, CR-18, CR-21B,
SIZE .1 CR-225, CRI251229, CR-231,
e s 500
CR-227 CR-221.CR-230 and CR-100A
"MADE FRESH DAILY"' in Bradford County.Recognizing .
PHARMACY WHITE the public by defective vehicle

COUPON SALAD SHRIMP FRESHBROCCOLI equipment trate their efforts Troopers on vehicles will concen-being

I. .. 98c operated with defects such as bad
.IUH brakes, worn tires and defective
$300 OFF > 0 $699 HARVEST FRESH lighting equipment<< In addition at-
$199 BOK e tention will be directed to drivers
48 who would violate the driver license
ANY NEW, TRANSFERRABLE OR .EVIOtJ4J\.Y"'OZEN HARVEST FRESH The Patrol has found these check-

REFILLABLE PRESCRIPTION SHARKSTEAthr $Q99 SNAPPER $399 BEAN 18c points to the be an effective means and driver of enforcing -

COUPON GOOD FEB. 23-MARCH 1.1989 SHARK TENDERLOINS u & FILLETS . . u SPROUTS u. license laws equipment of Florida while insuring


Union CountyThe

Florida Highway Patrol win

CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT! be vehicle conducting the Inspection week of driver Feb.checkpoints license 24 through during and t

,SR-241.March 2 on SR-238 SR-100,CR-18.SR-1J1'CR-23'7.SR-331.!

CR-229, CRI2St.CR23lA, CR-Z4A
and CR-796A in Union County.



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Junior Division of the Union County Science Fair are pictured above. Engineering Jon Fletcher, Robert Snialiu no 1,Jaime!l.ibh-.Tt.Environmental -
By science category of entry they are: Cheryl Dew cos. Lydia Seay, Melanie Knight. Medicine and Health WeCarry
hovorlol and Social ScIence Michelle I-opemia.Brett llandley,Geneva Tracey Parrlsh, Rachel Reed riiilip l.agasse. Microbiology -CandleW
Padgett. Botany Erin Brady Lee Thomas. Kathy Harris Ch.mlttry illia ms.Phyilci-1 ucas Ward,Mark Dukes,Clay Peacoc Zoology Kar-
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I': Bradford ARC Planning New Concept Smaller Unit H,ousinghelp I

Bradford ARC plans to establish a residential home manager will be on shine Industries Work Center Mon- ed. AU furniture and some ap- is looking at several homes in the in the establishment of this wor-Bob
small group living home for six handicapped hand day and night to provide train- day through Friday during the day, pliances are needed as well as some community for purchase. thwhile Executive Director, I
attending the Sun ing and supervision. where they will have an opportunity expected renovations for the home Donations are invited and the Larimer,
shine Industries persons Training and Work The new trend in establishingsmall to earn extra spending money for selected.. -Presently, Bradford ARC whole community! is encouraged to BARC, 964-7699.
Center. group homes for six residents their personal use, whether it be ex- U III .
The small group living home for enables each individual to gain more tra snacks, a record player, or that
adults will represent one of many individual training and greater special bike they want. Weekendsfor LAW OFFICE OF
such homes around the state supervision and allows the home to the folks in the home will be filled LANSING
operated by other chapters of the blend in with the local community.. with recreational activities, In-
Florida Assn. for Retarded Citizens, The Bradford ARC group home will cluding field trips, special Olympic's 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
of which Bradford ARC is a benefit from this new direction.The training and going out to eat and the I Keystone Heights. FL 32656
member. residents in the new group movies.
The home will provide 24-hour home will be working at the Sun- l"",..R"" TIM the new home Is need- 473-7256

quality residential training and
supervision for the six adult, ANNOUNCING:
mentally-retarded individuals livingin GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW
the home. Training in areas of TO ALL CORRECTIONS EMPLOYEESOF
greater independence will be stress- "A Full Service Law Firm"
ed, with opportunities for social and BRADFORD & UNION COUNTIES: 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals .
recreational participation A
Capitol Insurance Inc.
Agency. Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions.

Introduces New Associate. Trial Work Wills. & Probate. Social Security Disability.

Scouts Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.
STEVE KROLL Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony -

Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.
E:1: .- t :; Call or drop by State or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative & .

Helping *". --j Office Located at Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

::' \George Roberts Insurance, Inc. Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.

ChildrenBoy 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke Adoptions. Non-Profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations.

Scouts in the North Fla.Coun- 964-3832
cil kicked off their annual Scout
World ticket sale campaign at a
special event held Feb. 15 at .
Southern Bell Tower at Jackson- ; : Eidrid:: #Federal l'' i

ville. .'
Ticket chairman L. Earl Crit-
tenden Vice President Net
work/Florida, Southern Bell
Telephone Company,has challengedScout

the event salesmen held in to raise conjunction$200,000 with for ;

Armed Naval Air Forces Station Day, on Jacksonville.May 20 at Your Choice Of Great Rates

This president.Proceeds year.Crittenden is also council

of the sale of "invita
tions" to the giant Scout fair each
year benefit some 5,000 physicallyand
emotionally challenged
Classroom Scouts in the Council. 1

Commander Rear Admiral of Ronald Helicopter H. Jesberg Wings,, 5-Month Certificate of Deposit Jumbo Certificate of Deposit

Atlantic, is serving as Scout World i
chairman. Adm. Jesberg will close
the giant NAS/Jax airstrip May 20, minimum deposit

while aboard World/Armed nearly for 100,000 Forces the joint visitors Day celebration Scout come o of$100,000 OA

and demonstrations.of military and Scout exhibits 9 0 O'O 86 40/0 7

The North Florida Council serves 270 to 540 days
over 31,000 youth in the 15-county
area of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Annual Percentage Yield Current RateCompounded interest
Clay, Columbia, Duval, Gilchrist, minimum deposit $1000 Monthly simple
Hamilton, Levy, Marion, Nassau,
Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee and {

Union Counties. ,. .
The prizes sale and of tickets earnings by for boys the resultsin boys -. 'Tiete ::(!ertlfic tes"" ':( rnp qq amo th1, i nJjf'pq j'tlQQQ'' ;

and units. Each year the Scout .. -. .. '. .... ...... .... d. .....H' ,
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proceeds help operate :9 IIn ;"" ,
i Classroom presently Scouting reaching program only about whichis half ___ -.....-.Dc obit'm tint' I'4' It A11Yt eYield r.s x rr' 01 <119 1111 n mx

of the eligible students because of a
lack of council funds for the pro- $75.000 and over 9.3So/0 8.970/0
gram. Last year Scout salesmen
raised $161,000. $50.000 to$74.999 9.20% 8.8'%
The program is a cooperative ef-
fort among the council, GatewayGirl $25.000 to$49.999 9.15% 8.78%

Scout Council, Inc., and the $10.000 to$24.999 9.10% 8.74%
public school system. It is designedfor
those students who cannot attend $1.000 to$9.999 9.00% 8.64%
regular Scout meetings because of a
tickets are being
I sold in shopping centers, businesses
I and neighborhoods for a minimum
donation of$1.Most donors are more minimum deposit 2 5,000 compounded monthly- Rate aid 2-15-89
with their investment in
I' Scouting.While Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
the donors receive Scout
I World tickets for the tax receipts,no
actual admission is charged to the 8.820/0
Scout World/Armed Forces Day $75.000 and over
celebration May 20.Casselberry.
I $50.000 to$74.999 8.57% 8.25%
$25.000 to$49.999 8.32% 8.02%
Catches Record Shad

Larry Piefer of Casselberry has

catching established a a 4-pound new Florida, 13.25 record ounce by Florida Federal offers you choice and convenienceChoose

American shad on the upper St.
Johns River.
Piefer landed the fish Jan.29 while from a variety of investment options to fit your For maximum return, an individual Jumbo certificate offers a '

trolling a silver spoon with a yellowtail shad individual needs. To earn a high rate for a short term, a 5- high rate for a short term.

ji measured near 22 Marina inches Isle.in total The length Month CD is the perfect solution. Or try a tiered 9 Month For your added convenience Florida Federal offers easy

and 14.25 inches in girth. the CD where the more you deposit, the more interest you earn. account opening by mail. Just complete the attached coupon
Piefer's shad surpassed
previous record of 4 pounds, 10 The Liquidity Plus Money Market Account brings total and mail it with your deposit to any of the offices listed

ounces Lakeland., held Chapman's by Phil Chapman record shad of liquidity including check writing privileges. Interest rates

was caught in February 1985 also in keep pace with the market '
oftheFederalFundsRate.Plus. -------------------------C-- -- -- -
the St. Johns. the 7-day moving
Piefer's record catch will be
recognized in the Florida Game & the more you deposit, the higher your earnings, and you j Enclosed is my check for$_ I I

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gram. without penalty. I o JUMBO CD-Days($100.000 minimum) I
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must be: caught by hook and line, I Deposits! mailed to open CD with coupon will earn the rate being paid on the date received or I II
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I .Smaller Transactions Push Bradford Land Sales Past $1 Million IL.unu I

sales In Bradford County section 14 TSS, R22E north of tion of SV4 of NWy4, north of 65th Richard A. and Linda D. Lee to
totaled almost' lu SWV4,section 26,T6S, R22E,$58,800. Charlotte L. Hersey parcel in NE'4of
million for the Ave. (Buck Land Road
$18,000.Markieyann ) section 27
Lawtey June B. Sapp, .95 acres in NWV4 of
of September. Ernestine B. McRae to Suzanne NWV4, section 28, T7S, RIlE,
Only one tran- Johns Cash to Craig T5S. R21E, $20,000. NW V4 of SE-/4,section 34,T6S,R22E
saction Kitchens .
was Lynne lot 1, block 2,South $39,900.A.
over the
$100,000 level,a R. Weiser S 130 ft. in NW ol Thomas J. and Holl-
corner Betty and 1 acre in NWV4 of NWV4 of SEV4,
sale of three lots In Gate Replat City of Starke, $5,500. J. Jr., and Jean S. Thomas to
Indian Beach section 26,TSS, R22E,on east side of Ingsworth to Irving A.and Dotsey P. section 34, T6S, R22E, $10,700.
Subdivision on Santa Marjorie M. Moto Patrick B. Jerry C. and Gloria T. Pitcher,
Fe lake. Little lake Santa Fe 10 NEV4 of SWVi
$75,000. Gaffney. acres Glen
E. and Brenda J. Laurcey to
Values of Welch Associates Inc. 10 In 37, Lakewood Unit No.1, Crosby
transactions acres
are figured Ann C. and Lewis A. Cooper to section 19, TVS, RIlE 15000. David
B. Eunice
,4.54 acres in lot 33,
from tax NE V4 of NEVi section 34 T6S R22E Lake, .
stamps affixed David $9,300.Randy
to deeds Alan and Pamela White Randall Scott and Dana Renee Woodlawn
section 14, T5S, R22E,
recorded In $25,000. E. and Lori A. to
the office Thompson
of the County Thigpen lot 76 Crystal Lake Hughes to Glen E. and Brenda J.
Clerk in the Courthouse. Homesites $40,000. Laurcey lots 33 & 40, Woodlawn, Ethel Roess to Ethel Jo and Eugene Lateef, parcel In NWV4 of
Charles A. William J. and Martha M. Lynn to Peregrine E. White lot 4, block 2, SW'/.. section 10 T6S R22E, $32,500.
and Iva ,
Mae Beasley to James F. and Robert J. Cowart to section 14, T5S, R22E, $13,500. Donald
Eugene, Sr., and Dorthea
Craig' R. and Deborah Ward City, now Brooker, section 8, Donnie D. and Janice L. Walker to
Wieser,lots 9, Morgan S. and Jackie H. Underhill, Marlene O. Hughey to James E. Elaine
Linger, lot 1, block 1, jhady T7S .
10& lIz.lndian Beach R20E.000. Clinton Wayne Moore, parcel 9 and
of lot at Lake section
Subdivision portion
; ,on SE'of block 1 north Sims Sampson Oaks
Santa Fe Lake, 257000. range 4 west, and part of SWV4 0, 271.T6S R21E, $25,000. Brooker, section Joe A.and Carolyn; D. Sapp to An- 10, 3 acres and 3.02 acres in SE'/4 of
Bradford Land and Cattle Co.,Inc. block 1 north, range 3 west in NWV4 Eloise Crawford Jackson and Ed- 8, T7S, R20E $39,200. drew J. and Helen J. Cain lot 10, NEV4, section 5, T6S, R22E, $12,000.
to Phillip Edward of Judy R. Martin, personal block 3, South Gate Replat, City of Fredrick H. and Kristen E.
and Daryl Ann NE-/4, section 21r T6S, R22E, die Jackson to Roger A. and GloriaM.
representative of estate of Cecil R.
Martin,lot Starke $54,000.William Westcott to Louise S. Lyons, lot 10,
60 of River Bend Estates, Mills Subdivision north .Trudeau, 1 acre in SWV4 of SWV4, Whitehead
to Paul D. and Gertruce
1.30 Stare E. and Sheila R. Block D, Pinehurst subdivision
ac. in Wi/i of T6S
SWV of section 20. $23,500.Carrie section S, R22E $13,000. Griffis 1.34
acres in WV4 of SWV4 of
T7S, R21E,Graham. $10,000. M. McDowell to Dave B. Allan and Mary E. Jones to Ran- Strickland to Lancln D. and

Pat H. and Clara Belle Bradley to Malone, lot 44, Pine Ave., Crystal dall A.Wheeler,block 1 south,range --
William B. and Norma D. Thompson Lake Homesites, $4,500. 5 east, Simon J. Temple's Subdivi- $45,900.Vi
lot 74 and WV4 of lot 72, Pine Lucian and Genevieve DeLoach to sion of land at Temple's Mill,section
Avenue in Crystal Lake Homesites Horace G. and Ethel P Jarrell, Lot 22, T6S, R22E, $20,000. to's
52, Cyptess Ave., Crystal Lake Ray A. and Cathryn L. Johnson to
tlrPat H. and Clara Belle Bradley to Homesites 3500. Donald D. and Susan Y. Lorr. lot
William B. and Norma D. Thompson Nancy Lee Dixon to Jerry L. 42, Pine Avenue, Next to
lot 70 and E'/! lot 72, Pine McGriff, lot 5, Block 6, Saratoga Homesites, $5,000.
Avenue, Crystal Lake Homesites, Heights, Unit 2, $37,000. Jim Walter Homes, Inc. to LloydR. 2 P. ZZ a S Food LionDeerfoot
4900. Roland A. Drapeau to WilmajeanL. and Darlene C. Eaton lots 3& 4,
J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown to Terry, 3.6 ac. In NEV4 section 3, Block 13, Ward City, Brooker, Village
Kendall Y., Jr., and Mary Francis T7S, R22E, $11,000. $36,257.L. .
Boyle lot 7 Hidden Hills Unit 1,Sec- Susan and L. K. Edwards III to J. Kite to Hysmi Arifi. parcel
tion 24, T8S, R22E, $14,000. Tommy C. Manning, lot in section 29, In NW/4 of SW-/4,section 11,T7S for tbe
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay 13,T8S,R22E at SR-100 and CK-21B, R21E,$5,000.L. We Feature
and J. Brooks and Helen L. Brown to 7000. J. and Audrey R. Kite to
John Gregory Gnf fis,parcel in E 445 ;Selma Ellington to Harold F. Clarence Vansyckel,lots 9 and 10, in
ft. of SEV4 of SWy4, section 13, T8S, Willis,2.01 acres in NW'/4 of NE',4 of SW/4 of NEV4,section 11,T7S RIlE,
R22E, $21,000.Jeweil NEV4, section 27) T6S, R22Ei 9000. $16,000, Price of 1
H. Brown to Leland C.,Jr., Brenda Dail Griffis David L. J. Kite, Sr., to Rhonda Faye K
and Deborah W. Watson, 9 ac. In Williams and Vicki Lee Gaines to C. Ireland, lots 6 and 7, in SWV4 of
NWtt of SE V4,section 12 T6S R21E R.Jr.,and Evelyn S.Smith,West 30' NE'/4, section 10, T7S, R21E, $5,000.L..1. .
on CR 229, $22,000.Lawrence 6" lots 2&4,block 19,Original Town Kite, Sr.., to Bruce E. Hampton \ Dine In or Pick Up Only
Douglas and Lorraine of Starke corner of Call and Walnut 1 ac. In NEV4 of NE'/4, section
J. Brown, to William and Patricia Streets $60,500.Michael lOt 1'7S, RIlE, 5000. Sunday. Feb. 26 ONLY I lOWIATIUWNttTGimr'
Caren and Marc and Robin Frazer, C. and Pamela Jo L. J. Kite, Sr., to Daniel and
10 acres NV of S'/i of SE>/4 of NEV4, Gaskins to Steve R. Norris 1 ac. Shirley Vessel, lots 6 and 7, in NEtt
section 33, T6S, R20 E, $22,500. south of CR-225, In lot 41,Woodlawn of section 11, T7S, RILE $13,500. Come see us at our
Jack F. and Lillie M. Bullock to 36000. Michael F. and Virginia C.
Khalid S. and Fatimah N. Lateef, 3 Griffis Construction Co., LaForte to Glen E. and Brenda J. new location.
parcels In SEV4 of SWy, section 23, Inc.,to Laverne G.Saucer, .46 ac. inNWy Laurcey,lots 33 and 40 of Woodlawn,
T5S, R22E, town of Lawtey, $33,000. of SWtt, section 21, T6S, section 14, TSS R22E, 13500.
R22E, also a parcel in lots 41 and 56,
Walter H. and Mary Ann Cadle to Benjamin Y. Saxon and Sandra ,, ,
section 20, T5S, R22E, Woodlawn, Dine
Elmer E.and Charlene M. Jansen, 1 Kaye Landon to Evelyn C. Knowles at our new
ac. in NW corner of SEV4 of SE'/4, $39,500. 20.12 acres in E'/4 of SW'/4, section Deliver
Eloise Hill .
to J. Brummett
Betty ,
and of
29,TVS R22E 19 acres in W'A
Centel Book Changing Phone guardian for Sidney F. Thomas por SWV'4,section 29, TVS R22E$58.700. PIZZA BUFFETCall

Company Officials of with Florida Central say Telephone there will Su-El's Retirement, Community :Mon. Fri. 11:30 am 1:30 pn

be an important change In the
1989-90 edition of the official Centel R.tlrem.nt Community r Retirement Homa 964-5509 Tuesday Night 6:00: 8:30
Phone Book for the Starke area A small rrlr.rrwe In Into amall community we
community Su-Eri.W. r alto Su-Be Retirement
which is set for distribution in June.
havt_tall or rooms for MV Horn A 1 Ikerrted: group
"Centel is offering residential can Independent Motors.ft i horn lor."'Ior.thai neediaulatanoa
customers a special listing to In- It a Auld iMtmg with ehomoIlk with._10101I.
dicate they do not wish unsolicited "*elmcepriere AI W.give_......car- NOW ONLY
telphone sales calls made to their 8u-Er wiWlor housing 24 eupervtilon.hot meek
homes," said Lou Carrion, general ulllklM,mold and laundry / .laundry lentc-day.week,
customer services manager. MtvloMwiiha24hr.emergency long IIrm'ey.' Certified $8995HOOVER
That special listing permitted call.yol"'". nurknlng awl.,tint aid.CPU
under Florida law, will appear Meals optional. 4 6 8_2 619 trained ilall

directly beneath the customer's 1 mile South on S.R. 325. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker
regular residential listing in the S1- ""
phone book's white pages. Elite
"This special listing is an extra- 200 Upright

.. cost option," Carrion explained, Start 1989 OfRight.. = Cleaner
"and will cost seventy-five cents a .. ... I If
I m 4hth Customers in JSltarltt ,
; -With-Nefu oj
Kingsley Lake and LawtepwluW"11 1 res-From------ix" ... )W JIm IHO'h: rnan/jfllJ
receiving more information in their CORBETT'SAll

February telephone bills, along witha Tires Made in the M 0 5.0 Amp Motorl
coupon they can fill out and returnto Good Ole ;t ) ;
U.S. of
Centel with their bill payment in A.Mst ( ; .Lightweight

order to request this special listing." Boat Tires .Brushed edge cleaning
Carrion said customers who re- in Stock both sidesAutomatic

quest the listing would be billed for Now. Also Inflatable THE SALE THAT CHARGES UP .Top-fill easy change bag
the additional 75 cent monthly Tires for Mowers! r 'height
charge beginning in June when the r r AMERICA YEAR AFTER YEAR! adjustment/
new phone book Is distributed.But k
Carrion was quick to add that TRUCK TIRES s i.

customers who choose this listing GRAN PRIX RVS ,
might still ,receive unrequested
telephone solIcitions. 31x10.5015LT31xll.5015LT $70.00 MOUNTED AND
"The Legislature exempted from $77,00 BALANCED AT NO
the law a number of in-state firms 33x12.50-15 $89.00 EXTRACHARGEFront
such as newspapers, which use
telemarketing; he : "Also, the
law only applies to Florida-based Alignment 95

companies, so out-of-state organiza- Includes oat caster.camber&: toe In to infra specs 12
tions are not affected." Inspect suspension&: steering system. For most w/purchase h
The closing date tor cnanges or ad- American cars. Front wheel drive and Chevette of fires
ditions to white pages listings In the vehicles extra. Parts extra. 95
1e 0995 j
1989-90 official Centel Phone Book BRAKE SERVICE 199
Up To 15'x8"
for the Starke area (including the Ill \
optional special listing regarding un- Replace pads or shoes; resurface m f* nti WHITE SPOKE Mfg Sugg.Retail 134.95
solicited telephone solicitation) is drums or rotors: pack bearings; e L 4 ** HOOYEQe Decade 0 HOOVEJUSDlrlTUDniweiont
bleed&adjust road-test most > WHEELS -
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March 22, 1989. American cars &: trucks. Metallic Front Or Man-Dun uprightwiinrowgrsaroa"1 i II I canister
The closing date for changes or ad- parts extra when required. Rear 2 895 with Deluxe DttleeledPOIIUFUL
ditions to the phone book s yellow each
pages section is March 17, 1989. NO HIDDEN COSTS ON DRAKE SPECIAL! R.0 AMP MOTOR Rug/Floor Nozzle
( clexmlng on bolt std.i .
15 quart topJlil dUpoMbM)bog Full-Hm do*cl.onlng.7Itquorfdlopooabl.toog ,
P155P175-80R1380R13 $37.00 $31.OO tncludM atroehmontt e.
Convwitenl log-ad
$41.00 $33.00 ttae.t Mode] tool storage

P195P205-75R1475R14 $44.00 $37.00 uaos-.oo eygZg.

$46.00 $39.00
1320 N. Temple Ave. iJHO
Starke P215P235-75R1575R15 $50.00 $41.00

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964-7783 5 I

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Finance 65, 9 *
Sarwice,. Special'a 4 $29995
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It was a chaotic scene at the Intersection<>( Call and Water when thli car and
truck collided.A .
1983 Ford pkkup,driven by Timothy Dale llerzberg,23 ol Lake Butler POSH GIFT
was eastbound on Call St. Feb. 17 according to Patrolman William Brown.A
1980 Bukk.driven by Katherine Thompson Harding, 23,of Starke,flowed to
stop at the corner of Waters St.but said her car engine cut off and the lost "
power Including brakes and power steering,said. Brown llerzberg tried to FOUR "NAUTICAL NECESSITIES,
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Pvt. Angela Cohens justice, first aid, and Army history She is a 1988 graduate of Bradfordand .'- '
traditions. High School. '
Capt. Ernie Addison Completes Basic
Receives CommendationCapt. Pvt. Angela L Cohens, daughterof -
Priscilla Jackson of Starke, has
Ernie L. Addison has been basic training at Ft. ,, ...
decorated with the second award of completed Bruce Pollock M.D.General "" h _
Jackson, SC.
the Air Force Commendation Medalat + xl u"P4
Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. e.e
The Air Force CommendationMedal the training, students
is awarded to those individuals receive instruction in drill and
who demonstrate outstan- ceremonies, weapons, map reading, Adult Medical Care
ding achievement or meritorious tactics, military courtesy military Pediatrics and
service in the performance of their ImmunizationsOffice w
duties on behalf of the Air Force. ,t # Ia
Addison is a communications. 4,11' Gynecology and (""l
computer systems engineer with the FLORIDA TWIN 1 Family Planning
Command and Control Systems Of- 1 Health Care and
fice. He is the son of retired AF Starke 964-5451 I Preventive
Master Sgt. John D. and Louise M. Cancer Screening
Fickett of Keystone Heights. His $ 2.00 SPECIAL Y|
wife. Ginger, is the daughter of Sat. & Sun. 5.00; Showing
James K.and Katherine L. of
Midwest'City, Okla. > Tuesday Showing 'J I Our office is located behind

Amn.Awarded Kim Medal Canova Closed Wed. & Thurs. Lake Butler HpspitalHandfsrlrgeryre'enter
Starts Fri..Feb 24 _
Air Force Senior Airman Kim L. ;
Canova has been awarded the Good TOM HANKS IN ;
Conduct Medal at Davis-Monthan THEIBURBS PPC Approved Hospital \4T _
Air Force Base, Ariz.
The award was presented for exemplary 850 East Main Street Lake Butler L

service of conduct the U.S.while She in the is an active ad- Rated: PG Call 496-0092 for an appointment mERLE nORmA 118 S.Thompson St.

Tactical ministration Training specialist Wing.with the 355th I I SCREEN TWO |I I Blue Cross/Blue Shield, PPC and Health Option HMO Provide STUDIOS I 964-7355

Canova Is the daughter of David
Schluter of California and Leilani M. Bette Mid ler In

Lancaster of Chapel Hill, N.C. Her .' ',. .,." .y',.... Yo"
Airman A.
husband, AF Sr. George
Canova,Jr.,Is the son of George and BEACHESRated i
Joan Canova of Starke. Great Gardens 1
The airman is a 1980 graduate of : PG-13 Q tl
Santana High School in Santee,

Calif.Sgt. Charles Brown 301 DRIVE-IN :: Begin Here !

Gets Army Medal Starke 964-7484 i
Sgt. Charles J. Brown, son of Frl. Sat. & Sun iI a '
Charlie J. and Mary L. Brown of' I BLOOMING ANNUALS AZALEAS
Lawtey,has been decorated with the HELLBOUNDHELLRAISERH Beautiful
Commendation Medal at Ft. ne
Army i. Individual colors..
Drum, N.Y. Excellent _
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41st Engineer Battalion. He is a 1982 .
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February".,... "I' ;0."""."''''.T"","&,.."ITn.{..-.."(TION Page.B

District Wrestling Champions..,

These Tornado wrestlers won berths In the Region Hamilton(20-6),David U/enbce(17-6),Holland Shafer
2-3\Wrestling Tournament by advancing from district (19-3), Eddie Douglas (12-8) and Coach Brett Purdy.
competition The regional matches were held Krl.and (Joel Jacobsen (11-9) was absent.)
Sat. Feb. 17& 18.Season records In
J are parentheses. Bill and Brad Hamilton have advanced to state com-
Front row n to r): Ben llankerson (10-5-2), Josh petition from
region the only wrestlers In the area
Crawford (9-6-1), Eddie Siegmund (10-5), John to do so.
th v Williams(22-2-1), Hamilton(2J-3).
Back row: Assistant coach Pat Crawford, Brad

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The hands of Mr. Goodwrench In our
service department are skilled and
'- experienced. They perform
efficiently and professionally to
I Tornado Wrestlers Take Second / 1 replace your car's brakes when
needed,to tune the engine or
transmission, to maintainthe
Competing in the class 3A Wrestl- finishes and one fourth place finishin District Bouts.,. n r entire vehicle.properly Mr. Goodwrench
ing District Tournament Saturday the field of six teams. These 10
Feb. 11,at Lake Weir, the Bradfordteam I wrestlers competed again last Bouts in which the Tornadoes ray also uses genuine GM parts to keep
brought home the second place weekend,Friday and Saturday,Feb. scored are listed,by weight classes. your GM car or light truck In quality
trophy with a team score of 157.5 17.18,in the Regional tournament at The top four wrestlers in each class condition
points,behind last year's champion, Kissimmee Gateway High. Winnersat advanced to Regional Competitionat When Mr. Goodwrench does your
Lake Weir, who scored 205.5 team Gateway advanced to a State Kissimmee.
service work, winner, too!
you're a
points.Ocala. tournament scheduled for this 125-John O. Williams The only
Forest was third with 114.5 weekend, Friday and Saturday, undefeated wrestler during the
team points.The February 24 ? 25, to be held at regular season, Williams pinned his
Tornado team took five first Bayfront Center St. Petersburg. man In the semi-finals in 1:49: ,again
place finishes, four second place r-------------- r-------------- ,
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BHSBfrJi A J* -
District Title Winners...
The K1BIS Lady Indian basketball team won the District S 2A title last week In Keystone Height
Celebrating another winning season are,from left to right on the front row Laurie Owen,Hope Arzle,Beth CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILE
Strickland,SUcI Kanga and Theresa Carter.
In the rear from left to right Amy Croover Angela Thompson Ronook Doole .Stacl SIrmoupolos,JacU U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE. FLORIDA 964-7500

Strmoupolo and Head Coach Cathy Boatwrlght. __ -- -

KiLlS Wins

District Title,

Falls InRegional TealTile& Carpet


Mark Frledlln = -
LRM Sport Writer Spring
Foul Trouble. !3'ifjfA.s

The KHHS Lady Indian basketball =ra ..
team had to stay out of
foul trouble going Into the Region e.Sculptured. .
4 title game with seventh- -
ranked Newberry, those were
the words that were on every 0
one's lips before the game and it o I
proved to quite true, unfortu-
nately for KHHS, as the Lady
Panthers advanced to the Sec-
tional title game with a 46-39
win in Newberry Tuesday night.
After surging to a 10 point lead
In the opening period of play 099s
and shocking the Newberry
home crowd Into silence, start-
Ing center Beth Strickland and
starting forward Laurie Owens 0 Yd.
were hit with a succession of No Wax >100 % Nylon
closely called foul and had to hit InstalledI

the bench. .. 699

Sports ..


KHHS and HOW begin dbtrlcttoonumeiit
basketball action
tonight In Uk. Butler.

High Top In seeded the Ont KIDIS same Uk at on 1:30 day TEAL TILE .S CARPET

,,....and second seeded Union, 191 N. Cherry Street Starke Florida
County take.ao 1904)) 964-7423
bolder..the.tJODaI three-point
hot record IB the.ece d Sat mKHHS I Open: Monday-Friday 9 am til 5 pnvmr > r

If tlaeInp bold WIS and *
should meet In what T"8
,........to be aD exciting flnal. go Days Same Aa Cash t

Coach Boatwrlght was forcedto
bench her top scoring players' I
for the better part of two periods Finance With 3
and the host team took full ad- HEX


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Crash Site... ,
Thii febrto.rtrawB crater In the ground was all that was left of....!!
private airplane which ached Friday on a privately-owned fan near
Two ffllnol roldenU were killed la the era*,which occured a.the pilot
tried to locate: the Calnnvtlle Airport In foggy weather condition and fading '
hAt it. '
Police cordoned: off the area from curloutlly seeker and firefighter
extinguished several email Ore*In the Immediate vicinity: of the era*.....


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I Obituaries 899 8 99 1 799/
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Clarence Eugene Allen, 61, died For More Obituaries *. !rage lill : "', '. .N ,
Feb. 13 in North Fla. Regional OLD THOMPSON ', t ", r :<5:99':; ; 750

Hospital Born and following raised a In brief Lake illness.Butler, L'n'# OLD GRAND DAD ,' <; ,. ; 9,99" 750

Mr. Allen lived in Jacksonville for 7 DEKUYPEfc PEACHTREE. SCHNAPPS : '6.99; 750
years before, moving then Hialeah back to for Lake 8 Butler years Bradford 1 N-B I CHIVAS REGAL ;, ',; 13,99 750HENNESSEY'

in 1964. He was a retired Lieutenantfor COGNAC > ',: ? .',. / 21.20: 750

member the of Dept.First of United Corrections Methodist, a Chiropractic Center 10-10-10 CANADIAN. HUNTER,. :'-.':"tg;>':':"'.': '.. /V' .:: ',f JO,15 fJR

Church in Lake Butler, and a Starke Office I with all minor
member of the AARP. He was a
Veteran of World War II. 218 S. Walnut St. elements Now Playing .............................
Survivors include his wife, Wilma Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Allen of Lake Butler; two daughters Buy 4 Bags, Wanted Alive BandFriday
Rita Waters of Providence and 9644957PAIN Get 1-5O Lb. Bag
Elaine Andrews of Lake Butler; one
son,Curtis E. Allen of Lake: Butler; of Dolomite and Saturday 9:00: p.m. tll 2:00 a.m.
five grandchildren and one great-
Funeral services were held Feb. CONTROL 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGER
.. 17 in the First United Methodist .Headaches ,

Don Church Dalton of Lake and Rev.Butler Melvin with Owen Rev. ..Mid Neck Back A Arm INJURIES GOLDKIST R? '" Ie:Starke'-i' I Mile North'or tS't'ark '"on.: uso30
officiating. Burial was in Dekle U U.ir.3e1 N.
.Low Back&Leg .> Work Related/ SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
Cemetery in Lake Butler with Ar 001 .. BY THE
cher Funeral Home in charge of ar :Spoils .. :j- FAIRGROUNDS Open: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.12 Mn.; Fri. a Sat. 9 a.m. -2:00: a.m.
rangements.Mrs. rii1t Personal \..-.....n. STARKE
.1 Auto Accidents 964-7871 Sunday 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
.Frances E. Burrell
Mrs. Frances Ethel Burrell,83, of '. DR. W. DAVID SIKES -- -
Lawstey, died Monday, Feb. 20 at DR. RICHARD C. TULLER 8
the Whispering Pines Care Center in CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS O
Starke following an extended illness. & flk
Born and raised in Lawtey, Mrs. t. THE TEAM APPROACH
Burrell was the widow of the late
Edgar Burrell and the daughter of CIIIROPRACTIC IIOUHS A CARE DAY.WHEN 7 DAYS YOU A WEEK NEED IT Iwo great pizzasi One low price:
the late Elize and Martha Sapp t$
Crews, former pioneer residents of 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER
Lawtey.She was a member of Plea-
Offin? Hour Moo-Fri 8 50 6 00 p m Sat fV Appointment
sant Starke.Hope Methodist Church of 4. MIX OR MATCH!

Survivors include one son, Earl /l Use these coupons for Panl Pan! ((2 Square Pizzas)
Crews of Lawtey; one brother,Ray
mond Crews of Lawtey; several Gush & Flush Pizzal Pizza! ((2 Round Pizzas) or One of Each
nieces and nephews.Graveside .
funeral services were
held Feb.22 at Evergreen Cemeterywith ;f-9
Rev.Donald Harris officiating. 207 South Orange Street
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Septic Tanks
Starke was in charge of ar (Across from Wlnn Dixie)

rangements. 964-33OO

Glenward L.Cannon Highway 121 East Raiford . COUPON *.i COUPON .(*;
Glenward Lamar Cannon,31,died
Wednesday from injuries suffered in FAMILY CHOICE TWO MEDIUM PIZZAS
an automobile accident. O LARGE PIZZAS
Born in Gainesville, Mr. Cannon FOR YOU_ONE FOR TIll!:KJD8 With Cheese 99
moved to Lake Butler four years o-'ONE W/up TO 2 TOPPINGS &One $7'

ago.Florida He Trucking.was employed with Mid-. Fill Dirt 18 yds. $60/Load Top Soil L $1399 + Topping Tax+

Survivors include his wife, Linda or Sand Tax Valid only with coupon.Not valid w/anjr other
Robinson Cannon; four sons, Chris, wItb..........Not ftIW_/uq........& offer. Extra chaw_.H blo.sCUd.t.
Brian,Michael and Glen,all of Lake 1I.3t/TeD 6O/T37
Butler; two sisters Irene Floyd of Backhoe Work COUPON
Newberry and Debra Schlaf of Replacing
Alachua; his mother Carls Cannonof
Alachua; maternal grandmother Drainfield
Rinda Townsend of Alachua; and
paternal grandmother, Addle Can
non of Old Town. Fishponds Limerock
Funeral services were held Feb. Going Out
18 In Apostolic Church of Jesus Also Available EC
Christ In Branford(Hatchbend)with CALL N AN CI
Rev. Steve Boyd officiating. Burial
will follow in Apostolic Church of 7524627
Jesus Christ Church Cemetery in 'FORBusiness
Branford with Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler In charge. 4

Robert Wesley Courson
Robert Wesley (Rob) Courson 96, Sale
of Lake Butler died Sunday morning

following in the Lake an extended City Medical illness.Center 900 Gal. Tank 375' Sq. Ft. ':

Born in Hickox Ga., Mr. Courson .
moved to the Lulu community and
has resided here since. He was a
farmer and member of the Lulu Drainfield 30" Mound }
Baptist Church.' : a Special Financing 5% DownPayments
Survivors include his daughter ; .t'{ _

and sons Eala George B.Bob Bryant W.W.Courson Courson of Lake of of Lake Butler Valdoeta Butler; two, v;'.'" /" .' ,';., $1200$ : I t : ; as low 'as $136 per 'mo

Ga. 16 grandchildren and 20 grand- ': .
.children.; >, ', : t 'H; ;;'';"

I Funeral service were held Tues-
day in the Lulu Baptist Church with
j Rev. Travatte weeks and Rev. Griffis \
f BoneD Napier officiating. Burial Greg QUALITY HOMES
: was in Douglas Cemetery under the 431-1941
j direction of Archer Funeral Home of Owner I
i Lake Butler. -I< 2 Miles South of
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It/4 CORVETTE with Mops., rebuilt 350 FOR HOMES SALE PERSONAL SERVICESWANT ANIMALS FOR SALE& PETS (I." ,1' 4m 205 N. Temple. St6rk. [!EAUOR!

.ngln., automatic Irons.. AC PS. TO DRINK.
PW Recently THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS LCecellaTerwjIjeflar l
Bedroom 2 Bath frame, only 35000. THAT'S OURSI) weiler female. 4682266. 2tpd ..,..NEW LISTINGS.....
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes. PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame horn Alcoholics Anonymous AUSTRALIAN LAWTEYi 2071 99th Ave., an"oil new" BR, 1 1/4 ba from.home on 1.3 acres,
Corvettes, ".4150 or 964."14 75. all new cabinets
Chevys. ,
Surplus on 2 acres Remodeled new carpet Merle Call 9646924. 2tpd 2/23.3/2 rooting flooring plumbing, wiring, air conditioning thermal
Guld. 602.838.8885 ."'. A3493. 2/9.3/2 FENCE
39500. In.lolled. Freeestimates. recovery unit pump house, storage shed. Have to see this to really appreciate
PONTIAC J-2000 Call 782.3537 RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., BOATS $ 38,000
I after 4 p.m. 4t 2/16.3/9 LARGE THREE BEDROOM I'h baths, cement BULLDOZER Own.r Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF 601 MILTON TERRACE This I I. a GREAT first home. 3 BR. 1 /. Ba. CB. new

I 17 FORD FAIRMONT WAGON $995. block house In Stark, AC CH. 7823306. If WORK $40 p.r hour. EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS new Evlnrude' carpet new vinyl' Hotpoint range, Magic Chef refrlg. ceiling fans, chain link
f 782.3613.Itpd 2/26 no answer 782.3954 'leave
: 1914 fireplace 10% down. 33600. name and number. 8/25TF outboards S trolling motors In box. storage shed $ 38,000
BUICK REGAL whit, four door, AT. 1-726.7651 after 5 p.m. 1222TFBY WELL DRILLING PUMPS 1988 S 89 models, dealer Invoice, HAMPTON Star Rt. 1. Box 92: 3 BR 2 ba home on three acres CH8A, separate
nice Interior brand new tires, good OWNER 3 BR 1 both house on Rd. nonce Pump S ft SERVICE Our- 100% financing available. GBM Sales screened patio with BBQ grill GE rang, Hotpoint refrlg., chain link fence

condition.Itpd 2/26 964.6050 or 964.5567 oiler 5 100.A, (Grlflls Loop). On 1 acre, front Systems Specialists Supply, 864 Co.N. Water 1800544.2850 5 days 8 am.5 p.m. tr.... Also a mobile home, 3 BR, 1'bo, refrlg., gas stove, new gas
p.m. Temple
and back throughout Icon heater.
.. porch carpet Ave.. US 301, Starke, Fl $125.000
VW' RUM., convertible, Bolos| stove, refrlg., dishwasher. Window air SU-EL RETIREMENT 32091. 9/8TF .....HOMES....
sedans, high performance ports, new units. Utility with wosher/dryer hook HOME Day, week BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY
rebuilt long term stay. 4682619. 11/I7TF on water. 1055'deep, with an elegant' 2336 s.f.
crank.ports heads, counterweight up. 27950. Call after 6 p.m., SEWING MACHINES All makes 8 models REAL ESTATE brick, 2 story home built In 1983. 4 BR, 3 Ba, fireplace with wood Insert 2

used motors Bpd flywheel, tronsaxles.(new), race 468-2606 cams,. ATTENTION 964-4430 9648970.. GOVERNMENT 9648705. TFa HOMES| cleaned oiled adjusted, $15. 19 years OUT OF AREA CH8A units, formal dining room, dinette area In kitchen with an astonishing

2tpd 2/23.3/2 experience All work guaranteed. view laundry room, carpet and tile floors, 2 car garage, dock with covered
1917 TOYOTA CAMRY loaded takeover from perty.$1 (Repossessions.U-repalr). Delinquent 602,838.8885.tax pro- Hwy. 233 S 16 (Morgan Rd.). House OCALA NATIONAL FORESTs Wooded entertainment area 2 electric boathouses, 2 dressing rooms, Ig. work.hop.wot.r .
calls softener
964.8733 concrete I
11/10TF patiol
payments. 964.8569 or 964-7545 ext. GH3493. 4tpd 2/9.3/2 lots, river access, $5450 Each. No Only$220,000
WE MOVE MOBILE KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB 3 BR/IBa
4tchg 2/23.3/16 CONCRETE BLOCK HOME 2 BR 1 ba, HOMES money down $65.41 monthly. Owner carpet cent. heat window
1'76 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME large den or third bedroom In city. 9645606.15TFTUTORING 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF air stove, refrlg, DW, 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot walk to

station wagon, $300. 9644526. 2/23TF 8'/t%. First under appraised value. SERVICES Is your child struggling schools, $ 38000.
SEVERAL ITEMS 1984 14' Noble cat Call 9644718. 2tpd 2/16.23 with D's, making C's when they REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTt 2 BR. 1 Bo, frame, fenced yard $ 16.000
sailboat. 76 Comoro. 1987 Ranger. TWO BEDROOM HOUSE I Ba. $4.000 are capable of making A's? Call HWY.301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45,000
Best off.r. 964.7562 after 7 p.m. llpd down and assume mortgag No credit 964-8594 alter 12:30 p.m. I/26TF WANTED PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. 1 / ba, brick CH&A, 100x109 lot $ 40,000
2/23 check. 9644889. 2tchg 2/16-23 HOUSEPAINTINGt Free ..timat... N.W. 65th AVENUE! 3 BR. 1 ba. 5 acres $ 75.000

HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER Brick Quality work. References provided' WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235 15 minutes from Starke, 3

MOTORCYCLESHONDA frame, 2 family, 5 bedrooms, 3'/i alter upon 6 request. Call Tom Lewis, 964-7527 Please write P. O. Drawer 280. Starke, BR/1 Ba 70-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn, pole barn, tool shed utility
baths, circle drive, enclosed pool and I WILL p.m. 4tchg 2/9.3/2 Fla. 32091. 417TFMANUfACTURER building training trackl REDUCEDSUO.OOO
patio. 9644259. 2tpd 2/16-23 Infant WATCH S CARE for your child or SEEKS PRODUCTS to GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s f. home 4 BR, 3 full baths S two
250t like new 1200 miles $45,3001 New 2 BR, 1V bath, furnished In my Starke horn. HRS manufacture. Joint venture. sell, Vi baths. 100' on lake Geneva 2'/i acres with sprinkler system, sunbathing
$1200. 782-3752. Itpd 2/23 garage, great kitchen top H8A extra PERFECTO Registered 964-3521. 2tpd 2/16.23 distributenational basis. Confidential. decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
lot. Has It all. 4/10 ml to WD. 831 LAWN t LANDSCAPING Principals, not brokers. Deal ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!

LAND FOR SALE Cypress St. Itpd 2/23 and Yearly landscaping.maintenance.As Iowa.Mowing$35, edging direct. Robinson, Box ISO, East AFFORDABLE AT $53,000 1023 E. Call St., 3BR, I'/ bath, CHSA cable ready
BRICK THREE BEDROOM 2 bath, 2 car Rochester N.Y. 14445
Serving Starke and Lake Butler. 7165865432. stove, refrlg. 1596 s f., approx. acre lot.
garage, 1 acre on small lake. $82,000. fcan
Call Free estimate' Call Nathan 496.2149 or LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
100 ACRES six room house and barn. 2/26.3/16 collect, 8135315584. 4tchg 4963014. 2tchg 2/23-3/2 Spanish-style home 3450 s f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2V4 bo, formalLR

Phon.Owner 964.7771 will finance $2000/Acre. Classifieds Ads fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling fans 2
or 9644537. 10/20TF car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 ossum. $135,000
SHORT ON CASH" No Down TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 Ba, In Waldo. Get Results! mtg.
Payment KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet living 3 BR, 2 Ba. Ig. FR, klt/DR
country combo -
Land 1 II 1 1 Acre and Some CHSA. city water, sewer, and garbagepu.
oaks permitting UNDERGROUND up. with large New appliances In kitchen, on 1'/. 2000 s.f., CHSA city water, 2 septic' tank., exc. condition. $ 60.000
(No BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 8R, 1 ba CB. wood /lloors, 1185 .f., 5
Mound) Septic Tanks! I acres, totally fenced with several .. s acres S 60,000
RALPH BRYAN pecan trees. Close to Elm. School. [ CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90,000
FOR SALE REALTY 964.8878 Owner financing. 55000. Write: Sue E: R. :SroJE. :XtEAE: : HWY. 225i 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. S 32,500
ON FORSYTH RDi 3 acres, 3500 ._ .. ... ; . I
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: Ac. Also 6.80 acres just off Rd. Hare, P.O. Box 340 Waldo 32694. It/ds KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500.f., wood from $ 50.000
Forsyth ,
2500 Ac. Phon. ((407)) 464-6827 2/26 BROOKERi 3/2 brick and tram, Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44.000
1/26-2/23 Stchg 431v.res. with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres,3/1 CB CHSA, so near S 40,000

Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In .....COMMERCIAL.....

Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. eight furnished
MATHEWS Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake Frontagein I one bedroom opts., fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.
( REALTYm Alachua County Heating S cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500 with assumable mortgage

tiSrd 964-4469 @ icsr Lta:: : e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 WOULD of YOU$111,708.91/.1 LIKE TO BE%In Interest the grocery rate.business Paved parking? Call for lot.details)

REALTOR e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton LOOKING FOR A DEAL Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to $85,000

When selling real mini, why setlfB/ for lelllng I the whole town when you can tell the whole world Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000 LOCATION LOCATION! This prime comm.rclollocotlan 507 W. Madison St.

I e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building Enterprise Zone S 60,000

**1n7'cbrcopd"3 MOBILE BR HOMES 2t' :Lawtey18 acres with' 600 ft. Hwy. I e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $85,000
0. h'bt.z' 125 Ir6ntag. THOMPSON ST. 11,362 s.f., brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefits 80.000
fro lot with woo4 f' t 2D0 Acres near :There sa ........... ...$1.000 AcrePWdlrVgTts'
raTA Cltyi one acre on Laura St., HISusan r. 301 NORTHbyEcpnoLodoelgiOl:, nafil ,, ,, 120.ooo
r.'J?&ij1L n u ctrty tatl, ucll ,
.flo 0)c i ,, '< 40 f1hol4 f-allr"'dIontlqUata' ., r1m J itW, ...." SmofceAse' Subdivision. Keystone-$5.000: 301, NORTH opproximotely' \\5 1973 New Moon L2"6D. with approx.City! 1.38 Ac., great office location. 2 Lots and Mobile h ie.... Keystone .......................$22.500 ON CALL STREET
10 acres North of y, 105th Ave. City! SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home 2 BR w/Bath on

Two BR. 1 BA HOMES nice lot, $13,000. commercial development area. 2 Acres Graham GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extending
HOMES 4 ACREAGE e Two One Acre Mobile Home Lots Brooker Road. to Hwy 21. 7.17 165000. be divided
Southgatet 3 BR, 2 Ba. CHSA. on acres Property can Into two 100' lot.,

oBrlck Veneer 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHiA. THERESSA Bath, 1564 s.f.AREA home 1, Acre 55000., 3 BR. 2 ....... ... ............................................................. $6.50O Each $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot .48.000..
Two Story House nice, e Two Acres with Well & Septic Tank
polt-:: Union Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft. After Hours
remodeled recently Zoned brick home. e 2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale ...... $400/Mo . .
8-2. Owner An'au.I'' I Anne T.rwmegar Nelson . . . . 473.7541Pauline
2 Homes 2 Mi. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely
LANDS.R. BUILDING LOTS Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160
Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo
100 Ai Two little lake Santa F. 100x160 ft. lot,
6.77 acre parcels. I Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . .964-4223

OH 301 N. wooded 8.50 acres, with; new septic tank approved for well, Debra Connaughton . . . . ..,. . 964-2833
well S septic tank. power source to lot.

Ronald E. Newman Sr.
Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate 473-2157 Evenings,

441 W. Madison St. Starke
Instant Financing a No Points a .....onabl.lntttos. Rates

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t Located Hwy.301 2 bite. S. of SA 100, 221 W.. Lafayette St.l itttlsatliw Starke, Fl.
l ., J Homes .I' Lots Acrcage.l'Waterfront
Over 2.000 sq.ft., solar hot water heater.Double 1.'H' Neat a Clean Y: Farms / Commercial ;
Will Consider lease/Purchase _
I.i I Landscaped carport,3/2 ac.Brick.. Priced on one to beautifully sell I $3000 Do :n. $250 Per Mo. CHURCH STREET 281/1 BA Home;; CGtA. Stove ft R.frl..I536 SF, Corner. '

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\' : WANT PRIVACY 3BR/i... Rough Pine A-From Home Porches All
Around Load. of Tr_.. 6.16 Ac. .
LEASE 1573 ..f. 301 frontage, across from i
IN THE CITY 3BR/2BA Modular Home, ; Stove Refrl ft Drapes. Swim
school Lake living at ft*finest I Beautiful high ft dry lot
high ming Pool Bldg 16x24 w/Potlo. Storage Bldg 12x12 Nice lot.
3BR/2BO, 35000. With of the area's finest homes.
*FmWPERi nice acre one I
Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA Large Living Room. Din-
KIDS IN SCHOOL 3BR/lBa with den, ossumabl YI-
FOR Too extras to listGorgeous
*GOOD LOCATION assumabl. many Ing, Family. Kitchen A laundry /Rooms.. Floor Furnace, AC Unit, 104x210
1 *MOBILE HOME on 3 nice acres I lot. ,
t *3 BR. 2 Both with carport. In town. A Few of Our Many Listings PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/2V4 BA Two-Story Log Horn. CHftA. Stove, Refrl 1

I I *GOOD INVESTMENT duplex,000 ..f.In home town. |lacuzzl l. satellite dish, other extras. *READY TO DEVELOP IN STARKEi City water B sewer available, ."e. ac c.... Dishwasher. 3000 SF, large Enclosed Garage, Well ft Septic large lot.

iotiTpROPEm. "educed to$79.900: 6 acres, several buildings. 2 wells,' *ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club, 3/2V1. over 1800 s.f.,. fireplace, range. IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home, large Living-Dining Room Family
*U.I. sheds & closed slorag. bldg., refrlg. DW on I acre, ossum. mis. Room, Kitchen has Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook,CHAA, Garage?.
offlc.: factory building, storage test open .1 3* BRICK IN STARKE: 3 BR. IVi Ba. CHSA 47000. Well ft Septic, 3 Ac. '

:very BElOTFLi0WrW.NO lak. *HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2'/k on I ocr. Lots of extras. See this on*.. GOOD BUY 2BR/1BA Pram Home. AC. Spec Heater..Urge Kitchen-
1 ACRE SITE with privileges. *CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f.. Dining Are, large Screened Porch 112x310 lot $24.000.
*HWY. 221 Ail 3/4 acre, nice building .it.or put MH. wooded owner financing. CHSA, rang, r.... woodburnlng stove. on 2.78 acres. I GET AWAY FROM IT AIL 2 BR/l EA Mobil Ham In.Good Condition Well
I *ooOD. nlc.2296, ..f. brick veneer 3 BR, 2 ba,$79,900 without any repair.or *COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BESTS over 2400 ..f., CHSA. 5 acres on paved. road. | ft Septic 9.5 w/Frontage_ on New River ,

f 84.900 with repairs.N' .. Too many extras to mention. Call for Information. 125000.
1'AI ACRE $11,000. *BEAUTIFUL BRICK. 3/2r family room w/flreplac.. I. acre. West 1 16. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*GREEN, ACRES only 2 yr: old, 1574 ..I. brick veneer 2 Ig. Ms. 2* bath can *24 ACRE FARM that hat It all-fish pond. Improved posture beautiful oaks .. I 7 ACRES Well ft Seetk. 200 Amp Power Pel*. Pine Trees. 1.

easily convert to 3 BR. barns, cross-fenced water In all pastures.:2 mobile homes. I ACRES Pole S Well.
with 'large dug* fish pond. B.B Power Owner Financing. Small Down Payment.
*SEVEN ACRES with'rL aciD lots *.'** .pllc.. *HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Croft A Gift Shop Crafts, craft supplies, and gifts; I 3.7 Acres Two Story Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF. Hwy. 301N.
*IWdOl' LOT on Santa f. Canal. .' *COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy.16 E 6 Cherry St.$25,000. 141 ACRES Will Divide" Owner Good Terms .
I with large 4 BR. I ba ham. Price. reduced for Financing Brooker.,,
J' *LAWTlY AREA nice B'Ao acre *COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building lots from $6500. Owner financing. ., 1. ACRES Will/ Divide, Pecan. Grove W.II ft Septic Owner Financing. '
sale" *OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage excellent hunting.
quick 6 ACRES i Frontage on Hwy. 100W, City Water ft Sewage Available. ,
1 mile to Country Club. 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre 3 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy. 16W. '
11 ACRES HIGH & DRY pecan trees, well 1 septic, 29000. (Free M.H.) 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil Home, 3500.,
I. Call 'One'of,Our Professionally COUNTRY ClUBi Brick over 1900 ...., formal living' < dining room;' B ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .

family room. orec room or extra bedroom. 2Vt baths. ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Horn. 3000.
J 'Trained Staff Today..964-5069 its CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f., 100x300 lot. $56.000.' LAKE GENEVA large Lot 100 ft.on Water.

*CROSBY LAKE CANAll 100x192.'wooded lot. mobile horn approved. LAKE LOTS Crosby ft Sampson, Owner Financing. :

Call These. I'Z.altorAasotatea; )? : *IN STARKEi 3/1 from. good condition 22500. [ LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast Section of Cltv.
After Hour *J7 ACRES of excellent land: many fruit tree Fleetwood doublewld .
.. Irene L. F ulkn.r.....44-SU2 *WOULD YOU BELIEVE 65 plus ocies f for only $1500 per ocre.,Fronts hwv. If MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACCELERATED

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*LAKE LOTS 'HOMES- ? ACREAGE W.,...Deuglee-u.u" Bill Gnemi .944-4664 I
*.UILDING'LOTS *COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES liP Dodd .,".7401 Nevis Weed --944-7454 |

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MUSICAL GARAGE SALI furniture and extras. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED-oiled and TANKS and repair
$14.99 p.r month. Call 9646946. TF Mary Kay provide glamour Instructionto 5609 CR 352. Whit Sand Lake. Sat. adjust( tension In your home. Special drain line*. Slat registered. Brlnce fireplace. Vaulted llvingroom telling
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum. help make confident color Feb. 25. Itpd 2/23 $12.93. Repair all brand Work Jones 275.2268 from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. walk-In linen room laundry
measures 24.36" $.SO each. Great lor choice Call you today. Sandra Reddish SAT. 4 SUN. 10 a.m. No early birds. guaranteed. 473.7862.2/2 tfnchg after 7 p.m. 273-2197. 2/9. 4tpd. 3/2 port Brand new above ground room swimming car.
patching and repair TELEGRAPH 135 Director Mary Kay Consultant Oriental rugs, picture*, nautical HOUSE CLEANING Christian ladle will PINSTRIPES PAINTED SIGNS by John. pool with huge wooden deck. Also
chart, teakwood bronze deck- clean by day, week month.Call LucilleN.
W. Call St. 964-6303. TF 964-5051 475.9214.2/16 Go see painter John at I-75/SR6 screened-ln cookout area with kitchen
STAINLESS STEEl/STEAM: Hot HI. running geor-hatch from Errol Flynn's Susan W.. 475.2907 or 659.2690 4tpd Jasper Florida (exit 86)). I block W. of and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 block
Pressure Washer. To 4000 PSI: to 6 yacht. WWII lighter plane cylinder lor 2/9.3/2 Sheffield. Open 10:00: a.m. to 10:00: from school. $71,500. Weekday
GPM; lifetime warranty from and coil. MOBILE HOMES den 80 1898 Great Lake yacht Ilk. TURKEY SEASON IS COMING I B J's p.m., Monday Friday. Look for his 496-3939. evening and weekend
Factory dlr.ct. Will (inane.. Geyser riveted Iron diesel Ice breaker In New carries turkey call, camouflage>bow fancy step VAN. 2/16.3tpd. 3/2 4963607. Ifn/chg. 1/26
Pumps 18002278323. lean FOR SALE York for tale/trade. Open cock-pit hunting equipment. Including custom HOUSE PAINTING INSIDE ft OUT. BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four ,
STORE airplane and WWII bomber. Real Estate made arrows! B & J Outfitter* In Quality
FIXTURES FOR Reasonable winter
SALE Right Turn prices. bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim. :
Men' Wear. 9646795. 2tchg 2/16-23 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CH8A Michigan air strip farm; beautiful Gainesville for all your camping, hiking Work. Call 496.3587.2/16.3/9 ming pool and satellite. Large oak. I
Ohio River A need 376-2721.
cell Itchg
trade.Several archery
1977 DODGE RAM and 2 1 close to property or
Snapper riding enclosed patio on plus acres $119,500. Two additional acres I
house free 2/23
pretty cats to good
lawn mower 533.2474.2/I6TF 29000. available. Call and i
town. home. 7898 S. Lawrence Blvd.. next to OLE MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine 496-3939 days
12 FT. SATELLITE MESH DISH low noiseamplifier RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878 454-1593, evenings tfn/chg. 2/2 I
Friendship Bible sport yard. 4730526. a Rhonda. 473.0042 or 473-3289. Itchg REAL ESTATES II
lead horn receiver $700. 191 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOMEr 14x60 I
5332468. 2tchg 216.23: 2 BR, 2 bath with screened front and Itchg 2/23 223JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR Housepainting FOR RENT :

EXERCISE ROWING MACHINE Pro Sport back porches on 1.15 acres large landscaped Reasonable rate. 4733275. TO 30 ACRES with large concrete
with hydraulic cylinder Uniform your yard, metal tool shed locatedon NOTICE Itchg 2/23 barn Also new doublewlde on 1 acre I
body'i major muscles. Like new. SR 221 SW of Hampton. 23000. TYPING/TRANSCRIPTION Service. or larger In country. Call 496-3939 MINI STORAGE 3x3 $15; SxlO $20; '
964.7566. 2tpd 2/16.23 468-1908. alter 5 p.m. 2tchg 2/23-3/2 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- Valerie A. Thomas. 904.473.9065. days. 454-1595 evenings tfn/chg. 10x10 $30, per month plus $20
HERITAGE BUILDINGS! Tapered I Beam CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile milted to the Lake Region Monitor office 2/23 1/19 deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068..
bolt-up construction steel buildings, home? We can help. 19646407. Itchg In writing and paid In advance Itchg FOR LEASE BY OWNER Prime commercialcorner tlnchg. 12/22 !
Engineer stamped construction prints, 2/23 unless credit I I. already establishedwith DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING lot, 100'xUl', situated on MOBILE HOME LOT 1 acre shaded lot,
3.000 Standard sixes, 30x40x10 $3,485; FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde, this office. ? HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call SRI00. Inside city limit of Lake Butler water furnished near Worthington.
40x60x12 S6.27S: 50x75x12 $9,186; will finance, with 5% down. MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD LaRue leveling Service for all your Call 1(904)651-3066.( ) 2/2 4tpd. 2/23 $75.00 month. Call 496-2183 alter 6:00:
60x100x14 $13,895. Call lor tree 1-9646407. Itchg 2/23 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN foundation repair Keystone, p.m. tfnchg. _
brochures today. 18006435555.( 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi Iron and rear deck CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 473.7721.7I9TF
KING SIZE BED Including frame, $150. fully skirted must sell. 1-964-6407. THE TELEPHONE. FOR SALE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE fully carpeted -
964.6604 or 964-5999 ask lor Debbie. Itchg 2/23 Classified deadline I I. 11:00: a.m.Tuesday MISCELLANEOUSNEED In town, near lake. $260 month. Call

Itchg 2123DINING USED 1912 DOUBLEWIDEi 12500. You prior to Thursday publication. CARPET BUY DIRECT wholesale price, .964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFlmm|
ROOM SUITE, table 4 choirs, Haul. 19646407. Itchg 2/23 Minimum charge I.I 15 word lor$3.50 CASH FAST We pay cash for furnlture. .
china cabinet. $300. 9644526.. 2/23TF ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME dbl.car then 15 cent lor each word thereafter. (ewelry, glassware, tool., tiol. MOBILE HOMES
DOUBLE BED Irame on rollers, completewith port. 2 BR, 2 ba. fully furnished pecan household Item I lust| about anything. Paradise Carpets P.O. Box 2483. FOR SALE
mattresses. $40' 9642227. 2/23 & trees. Appraised at $27,500. LOST & FOUND .
pear Give us a call at 473-2183 or come by Dalton Georgia 30722. ,.800.338.7811.
USED OFFICE FURNITURE desk Me, Estate sale $23,000. Hwy. 225 (Boyless Tuesday-Saturday, 10-3. Pack Rat Hwy 2/9. 4tchg. 3/2
cabinets chairs, etc. 964-8569 or Hwy). 4 miles South of SR 100 3 miles FOUND-FEMALE BLACK LAS with collarIn 100, Keystone Height 2/2 tfnchg Responsible party la take over payment 2 Bedroom heat/air unfurnished$2500
9647545. 4tchg 2/23-3/16 North of SR 16. Estate of E.S. Oliver. Bellamy Rood area. Call 659.2111 on splnet-console piano. Can be seen furnished $2750. Call Frank 4963452..
FORD TRUCK PARTS lull .1... 964.8569 Will consider owner financing. Call and Identify. If unclaimed will need FOR SALE locally. Call Credit Dept. 904-254-8232.. Itpd. 2/23.

or 964.7545.4tchg 2/23.3/16 904.471.1245.4tpd 2/23-3/16 good hom.. Itpd 223RENTALS 2/23 3tchg. 39.HELP. USED 19(2 DOUBLEWIDE 12500. You
JOAN'S FLOWERS In Highlandsilk STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to FURNITURE OF THE FORTIES-All pointed Haul. 9646407. Itchg 2/23
flower arrangements. Also buy and your work? We have clean mobile Antique Green. Mahogany twin bed 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi front and rear deck,
sell used lurniture. 7823053. Itchg homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF with head foot boards, (no mattresses fully skirted must sell. 9646407. Itchg
2/23 FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities
ON LAKI GENEVA Efficiency studio ) with matching large chest S 2/23
FARMALL CUB TRACTOR with new 4 It. paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA apartment furnished laundry B dock dresser complete$200; red velvet love driller and helper. Experience FOUR BEDROOM, 2 both doublewlde.
belly mower turn plow leveling HOTEL, Walnut St. by Post Office. TF facilities, utilities furnished. $275 mo soot $100: spindle love seat 8 two preferred but will train. Must have will finance, w/5% down. 9646407.
blade. Eec condition, $2200. THREE BEDROOM I/i bath clean, closeto $275 deposit. 473.2919.2/16 tlnchg hand carved chair ((1850-1870)) with Florida Drivers License. Call Allterrain Itchg 2/23

1.777.4501 or 4753468. Itpd 223I prison. 468.1323.6/9TF. ON LAKI GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR, 1 teakwood table with brass Inlaid, Drilling Inc., Ralfard, Florida 4311152. CREDIT A PROBLEM WANT A MOBILE
I BUY REFRIGERATORS working or not CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC BA, large living room dinette, kitchen $1200; or best offer Other piece. Call 2/23 4tchg 3/16. HOME We can help. 964-4407. rtchg
Ed Appliance Parts. 310 E. Coll St. extras, reasonable rent PINES, equipped overhead fan, air conditioned Jane Wile, 473.3971 for appointmentto Receptionist needed far busy m.dlcalaf. 2/23
9642966. 2tchg 2/23-3/2 496.2366. SR 121, Lake Butler 7/14TF laundry dock facilities. $350 see. 2tpd 2/23-3/2 fice. Minimum of 35 wpm. Experience
1974 HARDEE DUMP BODY rock trailer., LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications mo. $350 deposit. 4732919. 2/16 FOR SALE Girl 6 piece bedroom set, preferred. Contact Rhonda at 496.2461
1000x20 tires, all in good condition. lor 1 & 2 bedroom apartments tfnchg excellent condition. Womans Club Dr. 8:00: a.m. 5:00: p.m. / Itchg. 2/23
Reasonably priced. ..475-2195 Melrose. CHSA fully equipped kitchen TRAILER FOR RENT 2 BR, 2 BA, $225 4732604.. Itpd 2/23 CNA Fulltime positions, all shifts. Competitive MISCELLANEOUSGeneral
Itchg 2/23 drapes 782.3531.. New management. month. $100 security. 475.2593.2tchg pay and excellent benefit
OLD SPINET PIANO with music bench. Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF 2/23-3/2 HELP WANTED package. Come be a part of our caring merchandise, appliance, used
Needs.tuning. $200. Will help move to TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1% team.Apply at University Nursing Care furniture reasonable. Sid' Bargains
first floor. 964.5941 Itchg 2/23 NOTICE both., attached garage with washer 1 PART-TIME NURSES AIDE with CNA or Center, 1311 SW 16th Street 40 and MS E. Main Street. Itpd. 2/23
SEVERAL ITEMS exercise equipment dryer hookup. Stave, relrlg.. current first aid. McRae Retirement. Gainesville, between BOO: a.m. and
roller massager, exercise bike, body from / Itchg. 2/23
dishwasher furnished; across 473.2881.2tchg' 2/16-23 4:30 p.m.
tone multi-gym; Organ double CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Elem. School. 4733681. 1/3TF MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI I Assemble -
keyboard Magnavox organ; muskrat to the Bradlord County selling Information by mall. Free product at home. Call for Informa
ladies lur coat size 8/10, very good Telegraph olllce In writing and paid In MOBILE HOMES detail Rush self-addressed stamped tion. 504.641.8003 Ext. 8401. 2/23
condition; Philco television console, advance unless credit I I. already envelope to E.W.S., Dept. A, P.O. Box Itchg. 2/23 No Down PaymentEanQjH0118e
less than 1 year old. Wally Ingram established with this office. 545. lake Geneva FL 32660. 4tpd" LPN. Needed for all shifts fulltlme orparttlm.
2 BR MH ON SMALL POND Paved road
9642342. (tad 2/71 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 2/23.3/16 .. Shift differential plus excellent
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP sells new and RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN frontage. Clay County. Own.r finance, CNA'S full time positions available, all benefit package. Come be apart e C&C Mini-Storage

used lurniture. Buy sell and trade. Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 16000.Carol Coomb R.T. Lovorn, 473-3807.Realtor 4733254.2tchg shifts Competitive pay and excellent of our caring team. Apply at Garages 964-8848
Mary. 9643250. 2/161F THE TELEPHONE. benefit package. Come be a part ol our University Nursing Care Center 1311 ""
SPRING SALE Klrby's, Electrolux, Classified deadline I I.TUESDAY NOON 2/23.3/2 caring team. Apply at University Nursing SW 16th Street Gainesville, between Greenhouses
Eureka, Hoover. It's clean-up time. prior to Thursday deadline USED 1912 DOUBLEWIDE: $12,500. You Care Center 1311 SW 16th St., 8:00 a.m. and 4:30: p.m. 2/23 Itchg. Storage Bldgs.
Repairs on all make. Parts to lit any Classified display I I.TUESDAY Haul. 9646407. Itchg 2/23 Gainesville between the hour ol 8a.m 2/23
vacuum. AI Young' Vacuums, 3'rmll.s 5:00: P.M Special Classified display 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE front and rear deck .-4:30: p.m. Itchg 223LPN' 301 S. Across
North oi Stork.on US 301. 2tchg placement I I. NOT Guaranteed. fully skirted must sell 9646407. Itchg $ needed for all shifts, full-time NOTICE
2/16-23 Minimum charge for classified ads I I. 2/23 and part-tim.. Shift differentials S excellent From
ADVANCED NAIL CARE 15 word for $3.50, then 15 cent for FOUR BEDROOM 2 both doublewlde, benefit po ! Try Mory.IK..I'1Advanced.'Not" Core'"., ..each word! thereafter,$ ? )|!CHARGED> i- "'..will\ finance, w/5% down; 9646407. par of fiur caring'team. Apply 01 ",M.. prrorrrU'9hbrgday'pabHeottonI .('11. Walmnrtc
System and watch your nail grow will be added to each ttchg 2/23 PROBLEM WANT'A MOBILE" University Nursing Core Center'' 1311" Minimum charge I.15 wdrdi for$3.sb: 'or
longer stronger more beautilull Call classified ad. CREDIT A SW 16m" .(II., Gainesville between the then 15 cents for each word thereafter ,
HOMIT We can help. 9646407. ftchg hours of V am.430 2/23 "
Sandra Reddish Director Mary Kay : p.m. Itchg _
Consultant ((904)964-5051.) 2/23 PART-TIMI BARTENDER needed. Call
(9044753214.) 2/23 SCHOOLS WANTEDPARGO Evon at 4733034. Itchg 2/23 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN '!
FULL OR PART-TIMI positions available
at New Life Acre '.;$-n08. 2tchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
THE HUNT IS ONI I Bowling Green Vo- port 2/23-3/2 r"
Tech, Bowling Green Ky. I I. looking lor 2tchg 2/16-23 FLOOR HELP NEEDED- Friday < Saturday
qualified truck driving school studentsage DAVIS TIMBER CO. wont to buy night from 82. Smith lake Bar. RESIDENT MANAGER NEEDED J
23 and up. Three-week course, timber. Pine or Hardwood. Call 4734534. ask for Toni) Hall. Itchg 2/23

$850 tuition. Financial assistance 473.3148.2tpd 2/16-23 Dead EARN $7.7S HOUR We need assistanceIn Mature couple wanted for 44-unit
R. V.
available 18006433331. lean and to daily
Alive. Cash! Top Dollarl! W* pick up. evaluating responding rental property in Starke. Duties
work report submitted by our agents
& SUPPLY 904.448.2344.4tpd 2/23.3/16
throughout the state. No experience include apartment leasing and

Well Drilling necessary; paid to complete training. maintenance. Must be bondable. ,
NOW HIRING Work at home. For Information send
Rotary 2" to 6" .self-addressed tamped envelope,9V4 no pets. Salary plus apartment e I
$520 MONTHTO Inches long to: AWGA Dept. E, Box and utilities.
START 49204. Atlanta Go. 30359. Itpd 2/23
Evenings 6-10 New localappliance resume
AFFORDABLEIT.II.E. p.m. LakeFront Restaurant.
All Sizes company has several 4682080. Itchg 2/23 HERITAGE VILLAS OF PALM COAST. .

APARTMENTS positions help.I We offer open excellent for full and starting part-time!pay, SECOND COOK NEEDED full-time, ex P.O. Box 102,93 Clearwater. FL 34617 I.EJ

i 922 E.Brownlee St. good working conditions and a chance perlenced. Apply Buddy' LakeFront rpu/i. HOUSING'
Camp Blanding lor career opportunities. Must be high Restaurant. 4682080. Itchg 2/23 Equal Opportunity Employer
school graduate, have car, and neat
Starke, FL 32091 appearance. No experience necessary.
Will Train. For Interview, call LAND FOR SALEFOR

Wednesday,Thursday Friday
964-7133 between 1 &8 p.m. SALI 2 lots, cleared. $3000 each or I MONNA NUGENT
1-8OO-94O-OOOS or 864-2979 two for$5500. 473-4897.. 4tchg 2/9.3/2 ear Realtor-Aasoc.
$ 2 &3 BR, family I 1025 N. MaIn 8t

oriented, with B m High Spring., FL
Visit Our Showroom & RBAH 32843
laundry largePlayground UNITED APPLIANCE SERVICE
For Your Plumbing!! Parts REALTOR 24-Hr. Service

964-7061 964-5289 Bob WhIte
Low Incomt Office: ((904) 454-S0LD (7853) .

864 N.Temple Ave.. Starke Sec. 8 Housing Professional repairs on all major brands. Home: ((904)) 964-4833 454-3675

Eves & Weekends: COUALHOUSINO__-_ of Rent Your for Income 30% Refrigerators e Washers e Dryers Ranges Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help'with our Multiple LlsUng
864-7578 Dishwashers Air Conditioners Microwaves Service. We have access to hundreds ofllsUngs at our nngerUps.
If You Qualify Just look at some of these great deals. Call us for more details.
Electric Water Heaters Ice Makers SPECIALS

I m 1JIKEACCES&a8R.:: RlVERlsoAc with
1 1 I 128 S. Walnut St. Starke MATTAO he.vily POND:wooded 8IUe.with BA Mobile_ Home with Senta 1/4 Mile Irons Rives the bs
convenience to O'vill.. S..p .tre
I lnterlachenTake OWnu will consider, nsiDdivideAOwne .

STARKE RADIATOR & Eetatee, $41500 same flnancb1C, !21.100avslL $2500 pu ass. /J


Heater & Radiator Repair Specialist Now Leasing

Heater Cores Water Pumps Parts j Forest Park ApartmentsAn

We Now Do Bumper tc Bumper Now Accept Ii Applications for ..

Automotive Repairs! 2 & 3 BR Apartments apartment complex designed for'moderate ''. : '

We Now Do Bumper to Bumper AiWitepalrBest : Income tactile No rental assistance available.- y
Starting At Attractive 1 & :3: DR/IDA apt*)., range ',
FREE RENT : refrigerator, carpet central heat & air, patio
In Leak
Place Town To Taks A ,:
& ? Rent
,', S195/M0. and laundry. Free water ewer ear
For $183 t)22O minimum.Two complete
Corner 964-681O 301&8R1G handicapped apartmcnU avlaloble. a.
Month of February: CH/A F\iHy .
For Information /Application t. H .' :' .

.... I 0 Jj To. Qualified,Renters.. Equipped Kitchen Forest Park Apartment a 77B NB: tot Street,Lake Butler Ft 320B4,
f Cable Ready ((904))498-3433: EJLO.

153O W. Madlaon Street EQUAL

EUx: s 1 W'pq t $ 'J"C'a Starke 964-6312 er HOUSING

Now taking oppllcatloni for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unit Tries 01-

Cypress Mulch Pine Bark ., electric unit are spacious with lots of choset space and all have
; '; l, .t, & wall-to-wal carpet drape and kitchen appliances. On-site laundry
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h 964-6649( ( ( ;')F I :' i i $ 11.: t ,,, <<-/ I
> and Information
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j You Pick Up or We Deliver_ L' :*TraCf r'tWork : .Backhoe ,;;",. BuHdozer" "< 1005 SW 6th Street ,.
Lake Butler 32054: .
Lumber .w ,'r ((ti ass yz 6 wP' :sii2 ; :"/' ::' ,- ) or Col 496-3141. v. ..,..o.rr-_-.r / ",
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I It Ltarke Area Add] I FOR RENT Seven Teens .--BLACK_ _-- _:

TWO BEDROOM Block house with Compete For -- HISTORY
fireplace fenced yard on SR 225 West _
YARD SALES of Lpwtey. Call 782.3344 or 7823942. Miss, Black

MELROII AREA 1..' wide MM. 2 BR, 1W : "S
legion| Terrace EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIM PROF'ESSIOXAL SALESPERSONS ba. 2 yrs. old; central heat I air utility
(behind Wlnn Dixie). Saturday Fob.25. JOlt Sell Avon. For Information call WANTED Establishing steel f building bldg with washer A dry.r hookup on 1
Irom 8 a.m. to noon. Clothes, Ramona dealerships for a national
dishes. 7823068. 12/29TF company. acr. land fenced yard. $295 ma.
furniture, .'c. Itpd 2/23 ATTENTION Diversified package, excellent
HIRING) Government Commissions : 1-777-4501 or 475.3468.Itpd 2/23 Seven
SATURDAY FEB. 25. 507 W. Madison St. lobs, your area. Many Immediate: paid promptly leads furnish ONI BEDROOM APARTMENT utilities teenagers ranging in age Jones 13; Kenya Atkins 14; Hulan-
from 13 to
Furniture, household ed. Call M T Th "5. 18, will compete for the title da Anderson 13 Erika
appliances' openings without waiting list or test. W 800-824-1060. furnished clean no pets, stove, frig. of Miss Black ; Banks 18;
clothing much more. Itchg 2/23 $17. 4Q.$69.485. Call 16028388888. ext. 109. lean $65 weekly security. 9646232. Itchg History 1989 in a Kim Hampton 16; LaToya Davis,
MOVING SALE Tea cart, maple table a ext. 83493. 4tpd 2/9-3/2 CRUISE SHIP JOBS Now hiring men and 2/23 colorful pageant In the Bradford 14; and Patrlse Smith 14.

choirs, wall mirror window shades women Summer and Career oppor BRICK THREE BEDROOM 2 ba an one High School auditorium Saturday, Alice Hudson and Ross Chandler
blender 10 speed bike, exercise blk.'. SENIOR PHARMACIST tunities. Excellent pay plus world acre, unfurnished 2 car garage. $595 Feb. 25. at 7:30: p.m. co-sponsors of the Pageant said
metal detector antique wall bookiaie, Minimum qualifications: Florida travel. Hawaii Bahamas, Caribbean month $500 .... deposit. 9645254. In They will also be competing for a "We wish to thank the area
mens larg. shirts, ladles clothing site licensure as a Pharmacist and one etc. CALL NOW) -736-7ooo. ext. Deerwood Subdivision. 2tchg 2/23.3/2 top prize scholarship of $300 awarded businesses and organizations for
12-14, misc. Friday < Saturday 9 to 5. year experience. Hours: Monday. 105C. IconMECHANIC TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on Grlf at the time of the winner's entry their generous contributions which
201 W. Mimosa. Itpd 223PERSONALS Friday 8.,, weekends off. New NEEDED for g.n.rol fis Loop. Excellent condition privacy. to a college of her choice. All of the help to make our pageant an
Pharmacy under construction. maintenance and repair for tractor Call 4682374. Itchg 2/23 girls will receive prizes for their participation outstanding success."
Salary based on credentials and experience trailer fleet. Experience and tools amust. STATE In the junior and senior The public Is invited. Tickets
EMPLOYEES) need home close
negotiable to $38K. Good benefits. Apply in personat ta judging division the basis of may
up on an be obtained
work? at the door
your W. have clean mobile : Adults $3;
SENIOR REGISTERED Griffin Industries, Hwy. 221 Hamp- "
essay composition entitled
homes available. senior citizens $2 and children $2.
4681323. IO/8TF ;
FAMILY NURSE ton Fl. 2tchg 2/16-23
EXPERIENCE I'm Proud to be Black"
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities plus For more information please call
Australian European Scandinavian Minimum qualifications: Florida FULLTIME EMPLOYMENT IN SALES and and
jog poise talent..
paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA Ross Chandler 964-7122 Alice
school licensure
High Exchange Students as a Registered Professional customer assistance Knowledge In
arriving The contestants will be: Kim
In August. Become host family for Nurse and one y.ar .. pet. lawn A garden supplies will be HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Hudson, 9644604.Expense .
American Intercultural Student Exchange. perience. New Clinic under con helpful. Apply at Gator II Farm Supply. BEDROOM IV* bath clean closeto _. -
Call l-800-SIBLING. lean struction. Salary based on credentials South of Starke on Hwy 301. 2/16TF prison. 468-1323. 6/9TF '
receive payments on a you to $26K. )! E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS ft extras, reasonable rents. PINES
contract for deed call mortgage us for discounted or CORRECTIONAL-MEDICAL CO.. INC.. Chemicals and Pigments 496-2366. SR 121, Lak. Butler.' 7/14TF

cash offer. Call toll free- TECHNICIAN-CERT Dept.. Sla..... Fla. Applicants must LAWTEV APARTMENTS now taking applications -
18003459316. 6tpd 1/19.2/23 Minimum qualifications: Florida have basic math skills and the ability to for 1 a 2 bedroom apart

MOVING Don't rent a truck I lOur licensure as a Practical Nurse read and follow Instruction Applications ments. CHSA. fully equipped kitchen ,
MOVEX system Is great! You load We (LPN). New clinic under construc lor employment will be accepted drapes. 7823531. New management.
haul. You unload. You save mon.yl! tion. Salary based on credentialsand at the Job Service of Florida. 609 N. Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF --4

licensed Movers! Credit cards! Infor. experience negotiable up to Orange Street, Sto..... Fl. from 1-7 BEAUTY SHOP FOR RENT 964-3303.! ...
motion 1-800-B7MOVEX. fcan 17200. p.m. on Tuesday Feb. 2i. tt Is not our
FOR INFORMATION ON ZERO COUPON Successful candidates will be eligible policy fa discriminate against any applicant 4tchg 3/23-3/16

high yielding corporat. bonds or OTC for all Florida Career Service. because el age, race, religion .
stocks, contact Patrick Colby Rlckfleld BENEFITS INCLUDED, State Contributions color sex or ancestry. Itchg 2/23 Classifieds Ads -
Securities, Winter Park Fl. to Health Insurance, EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAYI Assemble
8008824726. Member NASD SIPC. Retirement and Social Security 13 products at home. Call for Informa Get Results!

fcan paid vacation days, 10 paid tion. 5046418003. ext. 9579. 2tpd YX
BEAUTY PAGEANTS Thousands In holidays and sick leave. Deferred 22332SPREADING
prl.... Girls: Baby-60 years. Boys Compensation Plan Merit Increases AND CUTTING position '1w

Boby-7 years. Photo conte It. Send CEU's and In-Servlce Train available.Any experience helpful.Will ED'S APPLIANCE PARTS +
photo and two stamps to 2105 ing. 13: R. Nate Holton Personnel train serious Individual. Also some In-Home Service
Shadybrook Lane, Dothan Ala. 36303. Manager New River Correctional part-time work available. Apply or call t
fcon Institution P.O. Box 333 Railord Vogue Mfg., 710 S. Water St.. (SR 964-2968
lOANS FOR ALLi Bated on annual In Fl. 32083. ((904)) 964-4000 or moll 100E), Starke, 9645064. Itchg 2/23
come. $1.000 UP. BAD CREDIT. NO completed Florida State Applica THE CITY OF STARKE is now accepting Repairs on:
PROBLEM. 1-800-444-5989 ext. 240. tion. EOE/M/F. Prelerence shall be applications for position of firefighter.Must Washers Refrigerators
fcan given to certain Veterans and be at least 18 years of age and Dryers Ranges

ATTENTION Coaches,Teachers and Self- spouses of veterans as provided by prefer certified firelighter. Apply City Microwaves
Starter Earn substantial extra Income Chapt.r 295 Laws of Florida. 2tchg Hall Merrill D... Office. Itchg 2/23
by offering our proven and profitable 2/16.23 MATURE WOMAN WANTED to stay 310 E. Can St. Starke

fund raising program to nan-profit NEED EXTRA CASH or a full-time lob? nights. Please call 4682120. Itchg 2/26
groups. Call toll free I-SOO-346-044S. Sell AVON. For information call CHRISTIAN LADY non-smoker to live Money...

NO INVESTMENT. lean Ramona 7823068. 4tchg 2/2.23 with elderly lady In Keystone Heights. Daria Christopher right, representing Terry Browne Law Firm In Starke
VOCATIONAL AIDE to provide Light housekeeping. Must have own
trainingand Train Yvonne Bobo.middle, and Corn Ward with a check for
supervision of 10 to 15 mentally car. Room board small salary. Reply present expense money
'R.V.Ir CAMPERS. retarded adults In a sheltered P.O. Box 6006 Starke, 32091. 2/26TF To Be A for a Young Leadership seminar they will be attending while representing .

TRAVEL TRAILERS workshop setting. Includes supervisionof NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for hardware Bradford County High School.Wrestlers..
client's work production and man. Apply In person at Acme Professional'SECRETARY

assisting In vocational training pro Hardware, E. Call Street Starke. Itchg
72 FROLIC TRAVEL TRAILER: 21 ft.. good grams. Salary $340 to $360 bi-weekly 2/26
condition. $1200. Call 964.4329 after 2 tree medical and life Insurance, 4 ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for SEC/RECEPTIONIST
p.m. Itpd 2/23 weeks vacation and quarterly bonuses. Bradford Telegraph. Apply 135 W. Call

Send resume or application to Bob St., Stark., 32091. 2/26TF EXEC. SECRETARYStart .
BUSINESS Larimer Exec. Director Bradford locally,full-time/part-time.
ARC/Sunshlna Industries, P.O. Box MATURE LADY willing to babysit In my Learn word processing & related from page 7B another crack at them" he says.
OPPORTUNITIES 509 Starke, Fl. 32091 9647699. 3tchg home Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. secretqrlal skills. Home study and pinned his man in the final ma'ch in
2/16.3/2 Large fenced In yard close to Waldo resident training. National :51, to take 1st place. Williams is Regional Competition...

1000 woIH SUNBEDS TONING TABLES. WOMAN 2S-4S TO LIVE IN, able to drive Elem. School. 468-1974 anytime. TFds headquarters.( Pompano Bch. Fl. now 18-0-1 on the season. The ten Tornado wrestlers advan-

COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDSi helpful. Small salary. Can have one FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE 130-Biq Hamilton won his semi cing to regional competition from
Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body child. Apply In person. Call first. FOR RENT JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE final match 21-4 and his final match the district made their presence

wraps, lamps, lotions. Call today, FREE 9644536. 2tcg 2/23-3/2 10-0 for a first place finish. Hamiltonhas known at Kissimmee Gateway last
color catalog 1-800-835.3826 Icon LONG HAUL TRUCKING Get into a high 18004323004THE a 19-1 season record. weekend Friday and Saturday Feb.
demand career as an MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water
AMUSEMENT VENDINGi owneroperatorwith HART SCHOOLDIV. 152-David Llzenbee his
train- pinned
company cab). TV. '...-74... I/12TF 17 amd 18.
northAmerican Van Lines! sewer
Ing. Earn $400-$800/waek. Start imm.diot.ly. OF A.C.T. CORP.Accredlt.d first opponent in :2l, his usual As a team the Tornado grapplerscame
Operate your own tractor. If don'thave citywater
Cash you Memb., speedy finish and his final
r.qulr.d.$8600'S2 in in 6th place after the semi-
one, we offer a tractor purchase sewer, cable TV, 2 BR. 1 bath.
.QOg_ Serious 'nqu1Tgp.804623777.ican program that Is one of the best In the **..-...*.. 1/12TF NHSC opponent in 2:57: for the 1st place finals, but dropped to 21st in the final
-"fi't._ J'..... ...,"I..'\..,..... n..mIHWIj.try. NRoll1\9ltcAf.oi'qttMfMoIWiI"DI' (q ""MOBILE'b HOME, ,ON' .GR.Ff\! LOOP, :;?qB 'I?. hoq X4.0.------..1 .fi.v. .ro., i "finish.'189! -Lizenbee rar'," rrHrtcn'Is 14-4"on utscorwJ the season.,his-w tabulation. More. than 40 teams were ,
: > : t
need ya, unfurnished; T child onli, TepYesented at'fho-regiortal-! M "
1fC'\ 'J'" -tV",,,,, ,1( you training we" will, train you,, no pets, 1 'i
You must be 21, In good physical condition $175 month plus $ISO security deposit. opponent In the final round 11-3, for ches which puts Bradford In the upper -
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE and have a good driving record. Call alter 6 p.m., 9644430. 9648970. his 1st place win.Hamilton has a 16-4 half of the schools in the region.
Call northAmerican for a complete Information or 9648705. TFo| season record. Both Bill and Brad Hamilton
package. 1-800-348-2147, MOBIL HOME FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 bath 220-Holland Shafer pinned his posted 4th place finishes and will go
ask for operator 97. fcan Central AC extra clean. $260 plus semi-final opponent in :3S,and again to the state meet this weekend in St.
ATTENTION HIRING! Government |obiyour deposit. 9645475. 2tpd 2/16-23 pinned his opponent in the final Petersburg the only area wrestlersto
OFFICE SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on area. Many Immediate openlngsf FURNISHED MOBIL HOME on Grillls TraIn To Be A round in :43. His 1st place finish brings be in state competition.

Hwy 301, Starke. Apply at Durrance without waiting list or test. Loop. 3 BR. 2 ba air and heat no pets. ,t his season record to 17-2. Wrestling at 189 pounds Bill pinn-
& 8/25TF 1R4E
Pump Supply 9647061.
$275 month $150 Call ,
$17,840-S69,4B5. Call 1-602-838-8885 plus security. \ Wrestlers winning second place
1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South Ext. R11006.fcan after 6 p.m.. 9648970 964-4430 I i1tt \ ,UJt: ) ,finishes are:' ed his first round opponent in :45
but defeated 14-5 in the secondround.
from Wal Mart/KOA. $350 was
across -
103-Josh Crawford pinned his
month. 964-8848. eves 4733627. provide management and supervision TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home : UI.tVfttQN.tn_ : first round opponent in 1:00: flat,won > but lost. He the won second 12-6 in round wrestlebacks 6-5 to ,
12/8TF re-
of a small 6-bed group living home unfurnished. $100 month $ISO security his semi-final bout 11-4, but lost the
FOR SALI BY OWNERS) small mobile for mentally retarded adults. Experience deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Call Start locally.fuU time/part ttme. final match by a pin in 2:45, for 2nd' tain fourth place. His season recordis
home park on Grlffis Loop (Rd. 100-A). In home management and after 6 p.m., 964-8970 964. "30. Train en live airline _put.... in the class. now 23-3.
place weight
Four lots with three mobile homes and working with the handicapped prefer 964.8705.2/16TF Rome atudy said reddensfr.irLti. Brad Hamilton, wrestling at 130
135-Joel Jacobsen his
room for more. Rental Income $700 red. Salary $12.000 to $14,000 depending TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 ba $200 NatL hdqrsu.Pompano Beach Ft match in the semi finals won first in pounds won his first match 8-2. the
monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or on training and experience. Excellent month. Call 533-2235 after p.m.4tchg Financial Aid Available but lost in the finals by a pin second match 6-4, lost the semi-final
1:59: by a score
964.4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF 2/16-3/9 6-4, but won the consolation 6-4 for
fringe benefits Including free ,
Job Placement Assistance of 5-2 to retain 2nd and
place a trip
medical and life Ins and two weeks BUILDING FOR LEAS by owner: Ideal for to Kissimmee. 4th place. His season record Is now
paid vacation. Send resume or application offices or retail. Form.rly gift shop. AC.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL 140 Eddie his rab-
pulled 204.Josh
1680 ..f.,- 504 W. Call St. 9648738. Siegmund
to Bob Larimer Exec. Director t t bits foot out for his semi-final Crawford at 103 pounds won
/ 4
Bradford ARC/Sunshlne Industries, 2tchg 2/23-3/2 In the last four seconds two first round matches, but lost in
squeaker to
P.O. Box Starke. Fl. 32091. OFFICE FOR RENT 9646512. 4tchg
509 win the semifinals, to take 7th place.
2/23-3/16 /Aecardtced Member ZMSC1 7:6. but,lost the pin in the final
9647699. 3tchg 2/16.3/2 Ben at 119
Hankerson was
round with only 26 seconds to
WEEKEND OFFICE HELP needed taking go defeated in the first rounds.
Ray'sTelephone credit applications and light office 5:34 to retain place. John Williams 125, won a first
duties. Apply In person. Storks office, NOW 171-Ed Douglas won the semifinal round match 10-2( won his second
DAVIS ELECTRIC"Quality round by a pin in 1:33.108t the
Olln's Mobile Home Sales. 2/16TF round 7-4 but defeated in the
OPEN was
EXPERIENCED SEWING SUPERVISOR final round 13-0 for his second place
semifinals and again in the
ServicePost wanted for pant dept. pants through finish. wrestlebacks to gain 5th place in the
side seam 50 operators. Salary commensurate : Doesn't Cost...1t Pays!" Ben.Hankerson lost a semi- class.
with experience. Contact final round then lost the final I match
Wires Bob Schneider Max E Corp., Were Reasonable! 7-1. to retain fourth place and a trip Joel Jacobsen wrestling at 135,
1 defeated in the first round mat-
New InstallationFree Hawthorne. 481-4361. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. a Mobile Home Services to Kissimmee last weekend. was

2tchg 2/16-23 .New Construction "The five district champions on ches.
:Starke At 140.) Eddie Seigmund was also
Estimates i KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN now lookingfor our squad completely dominated
Commercial defeated
in the first round contests.
Asst. Manager train.for our Mac- '
their classes all day/ said Coach
clenny location. If you have leadership Residential 964.7417 Brett Purdy.. David Lizenbee in the 152 pound

I 4 7 -0377 background with a good work record 'Service Calls The District team winner, Lake bracket won his first round match.
we have the opportunity.Apply at KFC. 27-15 his only full six minute matchof
Weir is ranked 5th in the state poll
Macclenny or Stark.or call 17447380. Repairs /License; ERGO11745 ,' with a 15-0 season the year won his second match bya

2tchA 2/16-23 Purdy'Sms.; Bradford team has a pin. but was defeated in the
>ut 6 not in state rank semifinals to retain a 5th place

ings. This region is probably the berth.
ELECTRICIAN, MAINTENANCE toughest in the state and in the tournament 171 pounder Ed Douglas won his
Tornado wrestlers met first round bout but lost in the se-

Bad Credit? e Weak Credit?. i HELP WANTEDMust Lake Weir wrestlers in six bouts. cond round by a Shafer .
winning three and losing three. 220 pounder Rolland pinnedhis
Slow Credit? No Credit? Have Experience Lake Weir will move up to 4A next first round opponent but was pin-

-Must Have Own Tools year Purdy says but they will bean ned in the second round. Rolland
0I the regular season schedule, if not in captured a seventh place in the tour-

la Exchange For district tournaments. "I want to get, nament.'

I to get your financing arranged on GOOD PAY .GOOD. BENEFITS '
I have'new-found sources .. 'Indians
even with bad credit. : : I
'any new or used car or truck, past Lady ..
Apply GRIFFIN INDUSTRIES. Hwy. 221.Hampton .

CALL: DANNY NUGENT, 964-2791 .9 a.m. to 4 p.mHERITAGE From Pap 12B' :StacT' Kangas: hit for two points

"I'm convinced we could have, "and :played well on defense

.. beaten them with our full lineupIn :Jackl Slrmoupolos had six

I the game.?.Poach Boatwrightsaid. points on outside shots. Groover

( Q IM'ii'.t\n.! @Irn fa 'I f?Ol $.t\n.! 1 ) "Our younger players like had two and Carter scored two
Jackl (SlrmOupoloa) and Amy'
their hardest The game was tied 23-all at the
(Groover) played
Lon Term Renter 6O7'Bradford Court in Starke but we Just couldn't score as well half but confusion amongst the

Applications for Immediate are being acceptedon as we should have been and they( starters on the KHHS bench put
off CR 18. occupancy the floor at the be-
Hampton area six people on
House and 3 acres. took advantage. I'm proud of all
1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 of the third and New-
Available. $13,000 or Best Offer them especially our two seniors ginning
Terms also
: plus utilities.;Handicapped units are available. berry's Nicki Baa made both
i Rental Information and applications are available at the (forward. Hope.Arzte. and point
Well have shots to send her team on a
Rental Office 6O7 Bradford Court. Starke guard 3tatt Kangas),
,.. !' next and a lead they
Sale -- -- a good group, returning scoring 'run :
procerty '
;.<: SPECIAL; &:ONE MONTHS FREE RENT;': r season. would never give up.
t ,... Ante led the team with 11 The team played courageously

One Acre. No Improvements Hampton ,qualified applicants with. one. year1, :'i;,- point: In her last game for In the third period with starterson
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Area off $4,000 or Best Offer. /. -w";'_':'_'.> '' \ '. ;,, 1i' 1- KHHS and played her heart out the bench, never letting the

Terms Available ,,;-, Occupying by' February 28." 089'? against the big Newberry frontline Panthers get a lead of more than
Strickland hit for nine four points. but the foul trouble Ion

964-0216 Equal points)! but was missed In the the .starters really started

I -; CaD I"" "T Hot-sin* coring department In the second taking Its toll In the fourth pe-

.964-5010. : .' 1 Mon.-Frt. 9-8:30 pan. 1 Opportunity and third periods when she riod and the Panthers pulled-

wu saddled with three fouls. away.February .

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IVlrs. Edith G. EuniceMrs. Mrs.Jessie W. JohnsonMrs. Arron Frank Taylor

Edith Gertrude Godwin Jessie W. Johnson, 94, of Arron Frank "Buddy" Taylor, 54,
Eunice, 69 of Lawtey, died Feb. 17 Alachua, died Feb. 14 in Jackson- of Lawtey, died Feb. 16 at his
in North Fla.. Regional Hospital of residence following an extended il-
Gainesville following a brief illness. ville.Widow of the late Clarence T. lness.
Born Aug.2,1919 in Maxville,Mrs. Johnson, Sr. Mrs. Johnson was a Born In Rome, Ga., Mr. Taylor
Eunice moved to Lawtey over 50 member of the Fla. Retired moved to Jacksonville when he was
r years ago. She was a homemakerand Educators Assn. and a member of nine years old, then moved to
a member of First Baptist Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi,and Lawtey in 1955,where he has resided
Church of Lawtey. Delta Kappa Gamma honor since. He was employed with Mutual
Survivors include her husband, societies. The Jessie W.. Johnson Savings Insurance as a salesman un-
t James Harold Eunice; one Library at Santa Fe High School was til his early retirement because of ill
daughter, Connie Mosley of Mid- named in her honor in 1965 She held health. He was a Baptist.
dleburg; six sons, Gene Emory, graduate and post-graduate degrees Survivors include his wife, Lois
Sammy and Roger, all of Lawtey, from the University of Florida and Taylor; one son, Arron Kirk Taylorof
Phil of Lake City and Julius of also did post-graduate work at Starke; one daughter, Debra
Starke; one sister, Linnie Harris of Florida State University.In Elaine Taylor of Starke; his brother,
Maxville; 12 grandchildren and one 1975 Mrs. Johnson was chosen George Landers of Perry; and tour
greatgrandchild.Funeral "Golden Age Mother of the Year" grandchildren.
services were held Sun- for the State of Florida by the Funeral services were held Feb.
day, Feb 19 in Long Branch Baptist American Mothers Committee. She 18 at the Chapel of Archie Tanner
I Church with Rev. George Chisholm was a founding member of the Tren- Funeral Home with Rev. Ed
Cemetery was in Long ton Methodist Church, a member of Kirkland officiating. Burial was in
Branch under the direc- the Alachua Methodist Church for Lawtey Cemetery under the direc-
tion of Jones Funeral Home. over 50 years, and a member of tion of Archie Tanner Funeral

Mrs. Mavil Jean Gore Alachua Woman's Club. Home.
Survivors Include her three
Mrs. Mavil Jean Gore, of Hamp- daughters, Betty Rogers of Panama
home ton, died Monday, Feb. 20 at her City, Helen Teel of Alachua, and In Memory OfFJiznhP.th
following an extended illness. Jean Mark of Jacksonville; one son, Tborntnn.Comhq1'luma
Born and raised in Oakman, Ala.? Clarence T. Johnson, Jr., of Merritt
Mrs. Gore moved to Hollywood in ; we'innar yon;you YU uevn
PLUS TAX 1940 where she Island; thirteen grandchildren and gone one year; Sometimes when we
was self-employed as eighteen great-grandchildren. are thinking,we wish you were here.
a bookkeeper, then lived in Funeral services were held Satur And then we think of how it is, in this
Brooksville for several years before day, Feb. 18 at the United Methodist world of sin, and if we could, we
moving She to Hampton seven years Church of Alachua, followed by wouldn't call you back again.So .
igo. was a Baptist.
Survivors include her husband, burial services in Dekle Cemetery in we'll just dream of childhood,
Lake Butler. Rev. Herman and how it back then and
Robert Vinson Gore; two daughters, Boyetteand was all the
: Mrs. Dianne Cole of Hampton and Rev. George Lutz officiated, happy days we spent again and
Mrs. Trudy Radford of Georgia with Archer Funeral Home in Lake again.
; one Butler in of We the circle
son, Richard Ottis Berry of Cocoa charge arrangements.In pray won't be
,Beach; two sisters,Mrs.Velma Bur- lieu of flowers, the family requests broken, and we'll all make it home
chfield of Brooksville and Mrs. donations to the Endowment then we'll be with you, mama, andsing
I Wilma Foster of Crestview Fund of your church or to the praises around God's throne.
; one Florida Methodist Children's Home Your husband and
brother daughterEd
,Lester Waid of Jasper,Ala
five grandchildren and one great-; P.O. Box 4008, Enterprise, Fl.32725. and Agnes

grandson.Graveside. Mrs. Carmen E. O'BerryMrs. Card of ThanksThe
funeral services will be
held Thursday, Feb. 23 at 11 a.m. in Carmen E. Johnson O'Berry, kindness and sympathy of
Keystone Heights Cemetery with 76, of Winter Haven, died Tuesday, neighbors and friends in our recent
Rev. Gary Heath officiating. Archie Feb. 15 following a brief illness. sorrow will always remain with us
Tnner Funeral Home of Starke is in Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. O'Berry as a precious memory. Our sincere
charge of arrangements.Mrs. lived in Winter Haven for the past 17 thanks and gratitude for all those
years. She was a housewife and a comforting acts.The
Prima (Narce) Hill member of Wayfarer Primitive Baptist McClellan Family
Church of Auburndale.
Funeral servies for Mrs. Prina L. Card of ThanksThe
Survivors include her husband,
(Narce) Hill were held at Greater
of W.C. "Dub"
Elizabeth Les O'Berry; three daughters, family Rhoden
Baptist Church on Satur- would like to thank who
Carolyn Forchee of Ft. Pierce, Bob- everyone
day, Feb. 18 at 11
a.m. bie Jo Turner of Auburndale and remembered them in their time of
Mrs.Hill,formerly of Lake Butler, Shirley Moise of Titusville; two loss. The food, flowers, words of en-
moved to Pompano in 1985 where she
and the .
sons, Marion Jones of Yulee and couragement prayers.A
made her home until her death Mon-
L.E. O'Berry of Winter Haven; special thanks to Madison St.
day, Feb. 13.Survivors three sisters,Julia Warner and Mar- Baptist Church, to Bro. Paul Estes
include two daughters, jorie Olen, both of Jacksonville, and ana Beulah Baptist Church, and to
Patricia Hill of and Loreta
Pompano Doris Weston of Palatka; 8 grandchildren Bro. Roman Alvarez and Pine Level
Holmes of Lake Butler; five and Baptist Church and to Archie Tan-
brothers, Leon and Alfred Watkins,
Funeral services were held Feb. ner and his staff.
Eddie and Harvey Thomas all of
17 in Mt. Zion Primitive
Lake Butler, and James Thomas of
Card of ThanksWe
w Church with Elder Herman Jordan
Pompano four sisters, Ann
; Burial in Mt. Zion
Foster of Deland, Almamie Owensof officiating. was would like to express our
New Castle, Del., Hazel Thomasof Cemetery with Archer Funeral thanks and gratitude to Upjohn services -
Home of Lake Butler in
charge. the nurses at Bradford
City, and Janie Edwards of
Pompano. Hospital and.Dr. Hernandez for all
their kindnesses to our mother.
The Family of Barbara Alvarez

Card of ThanksThe

Last Time This Offer Eunice family would like of to Edith express"Gertie"their

Ihigl sincere thanks for aU'the thoughts,
I Il prayers, flowers, and other acts of
) Available Before Easterwith kindness that all our friends have
III done. You will never know what it
has meant to all of us.
James Harold Eunice&Family

Words Of ThanksWe

wish to thank each of you for
your words of comfort, your
prayers, and your generous
displays' of love and concern. You
70x73 will always be remembered in our
hearts and prayers.
Thank you. Watkins & Thomas

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