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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Another cold front passed through our area yesterday, Wednes Sport. .. . . .. .. to-1 to
day, March 1, bringing cooler northeast winds and some scattered
showers. SECTION Bi 14 Pofl'
No frost is expected but the cool temperatures will continue WW-II Museum. .. . .. 1.38 cterap
through the weekend, with some showers likely today, Thursday, Ball Tagging . . .. .2B
and Friday. Girl Sceuli. . . . . .. .38
A low pressure area from Texas will move across our urea Tall Road Postponed . . .48
sometime Friday, with the clearing skies slowly moving in behind. Crlm. N.wl. . . . 3,7-98
Clearing will begin Saturday, but temperatures will remain in Clalllllod. . . . . MIB12B
the 70's for a high. Lows are not expected to go below the low SO's. Sands Superior . . . .
Sunrise Thursday was at 6:54: a.m. and sunset at 6.29: p.m. The Ar>a Dralhi. . . . 138 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
moon is in its last quarter, and rises at 2:59: a.m this morning. KHS Wins District. . . .las IOllth Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
33rd Issue Thursday March 2. IIIII! USPS Ofl2-11H1<
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Worth meting : Anita Rink Chosen to Head Chamber of Commerce I


Ms. Anita Rink,who lives on PrattSt. several weeks ago. In the interim, a finally recommending three years, serving in various capacities. Chamber office Monday morning,
BHS Class of 1969... in Starke, was chosen executive Chamber of Commerce committeehas finalists: Jim Bloodworth, Chris Her resume Indicates extensive ex- March. 6.Sixteen.
director of the Starke-Bradford been looking for someone to fill Davidson and Anita Rink. perience in business affairs, in- members of the
The BHS class of 1969 20th year Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, the slot, hoping to find a local person Ms. Rink, whose resume is Im- cluding accounting and related sub- Chamber's Board of Governors met
reunion committee will meet today, March 1. with the necessary skills to do the pressive in education and experience jects. Wednesday, March 1, in the SFCC
Thursday, Mar. 2 at 7 p.m., at the Ms. Rink succeeds Wally Ingram, job.The won the position. Immediately after her appoint-- board room, interviewed the three
Starke Golf and Country Club. whose contract was bought out by Executive Committee of the Ms. Rink was an officer in the ment, Ms. Rink left town for the candidates, and chose Ms. Rink by
The committee will be finalizing the Chamber and Fair Association Chamber considered 7-9 persons United States Air Force for six week-end, but will be in the secret ballot.
plans for the June 30-July 1 reu-
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nion.


Day of Prayer... CityBlocks Bd.

Local churches will observe
World Day of Prayer at 11 a.m.,
Friday March 3. This year, the St.
Edwards Catholic Church on Temple -
Ave. will host the event.A .
covered dish luncheon will
follow the program. Bring a
covered dish and a can or staplefor
the food pantry. : Co. JailProject

\
Special Olympics... ,

Bradford County Special Olympics w
Spring Games will be held Fri-
day, March 3, at BHS track, begin-
ning at 9 a.m. Competition will be
held in volleyball, track and field by Buster Rahn
events. All events should be com- BCT Staff Writer
pleted by 11:30: a.m. Both the Starke Zoning Board and
In event of rain, the Olympicswill the Starke Board of AdjustmentSBOA
be rescheduled Friday, March wI 1\ 4f ( ) shot down the county's plan

10. for bringing the jail site into com-
43S/{ w pliance with the Comprehensive
Azalea Sale... Land Use Plan and increasing

The Starke Woman's Club will in compliance with a court
i order
als tKw
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hold its annual azalea sale, Satur- Thursday, Feb. 23.
March 4 at 8 Some 25 residents who live around
day, beginning a.m.. r
with 1,500 plants available. the county jail attended the meetingand
The sale will be held in the old were opposed to the expansionof
Chamber of Commerce Building the jail.
across Call Street from the theater, The thought was expressed by
both the Starke Zoning!! Board and
at the corner of Call and Walnut -
+... 0 : the Starke Board of Adjustment that
Streets. .
the Commission has been
County
Azalea plants will sell for $1.30
negligent in letting the jail situation
each, or 10 plants for $12.50. Last
year the Woman's Club sold out Top Grade Earners in Tornado Land... develop.
The court order mandates an addi-
before The Gainesville noon. Sun the The lop academic students at Bradford High for the third slx-u celts Tonya Klein and Kri Pfenniger.. Note: The Telegraph took a picture tional 10 jail beds by June 1, a
sponsors grading period are l-r) Deana Holiday, Steven Thornton, Tina Will- of the two seniors but could not find the negative at crunch time Wednes- deadline county commisioners will
project. ingham, Scott Duncan, Kim Johnson, Joel ('an'n. Not shown: seniors day afternoon. We apologiie for the omission. -The Editor) find difficult to meet, and an extension -
embarassing to ask for, since
Car Wash... one extension has been made

A car wash is scheduled Satur- 8 Earn Straight-A's at Bradford HighJust already.Sheriff.
March Ken Etheridge said he in-
day, 4, on the Community
State Bank parking lot, with herited problems at the jail, but was
proceeds
of them when he for the
going to Pleasant Grove eight of 1,150 students, or The straight-A students, by grade, Brooker. Miss Willingham is enroll- Thornton is enrolled in anatomy & office aware, and has been working ran to in-
Unite Methodist Women. 69/100ths of the student body,earned are: ed in honors English IV, humanitiesI physiology, advanced world history, crease inmate bed since
The car wash Is sponsored by straight-A's at Bradford High Schoolfor oceanography, economics, chorus woodwind band III, chemistry 1, the elections. space priorto
Candace Renee Demps, a contes- the third six-weeks which ended IV, physics I, and trigonometry. trigonometry, honors English III, Etheridge and county commissioners -
tant in the baby contest. Jan. 17.Another. Seniors: and student leadership.
thought a solu-
The Rev. David Edwards is Juniors: temporary
62 students, or 5.39 Wanda M. Mueller, daughter of tion was found when a 20-by-110 ft.
church percent Sophomores:
pastor. of the student body, earned allA's Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of Scott J. Duncan, son of Supt. of building was given to the county by
Schools and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Joel Rogers Caren, son of Mrs.
the A-B Starke. Miss Mueller Is enrolled in DOC (Department of Corrections).
St.John Baptist... and B's for a place on
Starke. Duncan is enrolled In Patricia Caren of Brooker. Caren is
honor roll. The going gets honors English IV, advanced prac- The building was formerly used by
Frances Chapter no. 140, Order of Spring when the BHS students economics, fundamentals of typingI tical keyboard skills, advanced enrolled in honors English II, honors New River Correctional Institutionto
the Eastern Star, invites you to have every to knuckle down for a long trigonometry, temporary institutional world history, chemistry I, wood- biology I, woodwind band II, house inmates, but was recently
"An Evening with the Stars," 7 period without a big break, they go placement (teacher's aide), wind band III, trigonometry, honors geometry, advanced American replaced with a permanent struc-
p.m., Saturday, March 4 at St. John five months with only week's vaca- and a Santa Fe Community College English III, and Jazz Ensemble I. history, Latin I, and algebra II. ture. Bradford County commissioners -
Baptist Church, Lawtey. tion plus a few holidays and planning SFCC) course. Kimberly A. Johnson, daughterof planned to relocate the
The Rev. Herman Johnson is days. Kristin L. Pfenniger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerral Johnson of Freshmen: building to the jail site, to house an
pastor. Mrs. Linda Wilson of Starke. Miss Starke. Miss Johnson is enrolled in Deana A. Holiday, daughter of addditional 26 inmates.
The straight-A students include 3 Pfenniger is enrolled in honors trigonometry, advanced world Mr. and Mrs. George Holiday of Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
IV woodwind band IV history,chemistry I,woodwind band Starke. Miss Holiday is enrolled in Institutional
Antique Sale... seniors, 3 Juniors, one sophomoreand English said all buildings including -
one freshman. The honor roll trigonometry physics I, American III, fundamentals of typing I,honors personal fitness honors English I, City Hall, are in residential
The Lake City Garden Club will students include 19 seniors, 18 government, and an SFCC course. English III, and student leadership. algebra I, woodwind band I, SpanishSee classifications, and the jail is no ex-
hold its 20th annual antique show juniors, 13 sophomores, and 12 Tina C. Willingham, daughter of Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. ception. However, the jail fails to
and sale at the American Legion freshmen. Mrs. Mary Sue Willingham of and Mr. Donald Thornton of Starke. ( BITS A'S..P.12A) meet criteria for the RlC classification -

Post no. 57, on SR-41 South, Friday, because it covers too large a
Saturday and Sunday, March 3-5. percentage of the lot, and does not
Friday and Saturday hours, 10 a.m. meet residential set backs. In orderto
to 7 p.m. Sunday hours noon to 5 Freeze Burns Early Crops Recovery ExpectedThe being it into compliance, it is
p.m. Admission, $2. essential to reclassify the site to RP
Home cooked meals Residential-Professional .
available. ( )
cold weather invading north were killed, said Taylor, but the Friday morning saw harm than the cold. Rainfall there Lee Hardenbrook the first to
Florida last week, bringing a hard vines will recover and can still produce temperatures near the 20 degree was little more than half an inch, was
in the
Starke Stars... freeze both Friday and Saturday a good crop. It will take from 30 mark in most of the area, with 12 or while in Bradford County 1 V.. inches, speak opposition"I to approving
Notice to boys, age 19 and under: mornings,did some damage to crops days to six weeks for peak production more hours of below freezing or more of rainfall were reported. request(Sheriff, saying Etheridge, can )appreciateKen's dilemma/? ,
such strawberries and ,but he Most ,farmers were suspicious of
"Starke
Stars, defending Florida as greens says. temperatures. but the final decision rests with the
State champions Softball Team few vegetable crops have been Saturday morning was just a the unseasonal warm January commissioners."
begins practise Sunday March 5, planted as yet, say Bobby Taylor Early watermelons were killed in degree or so colder, 19 degreeds be- weather, and held off on their plan- county Hardenbrook continued, "What
on Edwards Road Field No. 1, at 3 and Jacque Breman, county agentsof Union County, said Bremen. Most ing reported at one location in ting, "just in case" said Jacque do is not temporary, since zoning -
Counties. not Breman in Union County. Now that you
p.m. Bradford and Union melons were planted yet. Starke. is The
permanent. county com-
Bremen estimates perhaps 80 acres Farmers in Union County have March is here, planting will get missioners need to act immediately
Homemakers... The strawberries on the vines or so were up and killed.<<; said dry weather is doing more underway on a larger scale. before costs to build a new jail;

Bradford County Extension escalates further. The commissioners I
Homemakers Club will meet at 10 have not chosen another site I
a.m., Thursday, March 9 in the Stronger Subdivision Rules Worry Realtorsby for a jail, and could build a new jail I
Agriculture Building on US-301 on the same site, if rezoned, and
North. Ph. 9647015. : house federal prisoners" I
Buster Hahn--- tracted with NCFRPC to provide a In the Monday night meeting, Gar- date, stating that "No building per- Hardenbrook mentioned small I
Deadline... BCT Staff Writer proposed ordinance, drawing on its rett introduced the proposed sub mit shall be issued for any parcel or children use the playground near the I
Deadline for for Lowell Garrett, senior planner for experience with the 13 counties division ordinance, a 51 page booklet plat of land which was created by jail, and students walk by the jail, I
filing correction the NCFRPC (North Central Florida within its organization.Two complete with a table of contents subdivision after the effective date subject to catcalls and jeers by In-
of Solid I
a Waste Special Assess- Regional Planning Council), led a recent events brought the and 9 sections, including definitionsof of, and not in conformity with, the mates. "There Is a certain risk having -
ment for 1988-89 is
filed March 15. discussion Monday night Feb. 27, of need into focus, and prompted com- words and phrases used in the provisions of these subdivision a jail in a residential area," he '
Complaints after the a proposed new Bradford County missioners to move to strengthen its regulations. said.
deadline will be charged a penalty subdivision ordinance,superceedingthe subdivision regulations: text.Garrett first went through the nine Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal In- "If you grant the rezoning, and the
fee.Complaints 1980 ordinance. The lack controls that alloweda sections listed in the table of con- terpreted the paragraph to mean building is moved on the site, we'll
should be filed in the Some 25 concerned realtors modular home that looks like a tents, then moved into Section 9, blocks of three or more unsold lots never a new (jail), building.
fice.Starke City Hall Zoning Board Of- builders, and developers attendedthe mobile home to be moved into Definitions.The description of a sub- will have to be platted and recordedin You'll just be giving the commis-
county commission's first Seminole Ridge, in SE Bradford 'division was not contested, except conformity with the new law. sioners some breathing room. The
Lite... workshop on the new ordinance.The County. that no time limit applies to the sell-- Courtnay said the proposed ordinance duty of the Zoning Board Is to protect
Eating discussion soon boggeddownover The Issue with Signature Group, ing of lots. A developer Is bound to should contain a provisionfor citizens, not to take county com-
"Eating Lite in a High Calorie road building in new subdivi- in its attempt to get a variance for a the requirements of the ordinance, existing subdivisions, recordedor missioners off the horns of a delim-
World," is a nutrition program for sions, and Garrett spent most of the house on Little Santa Fe Lake. even though he does not sell a lot, or non-recorded, similar to grand- ma."
health conscious consumers. evening listening to developers voice The county was able to block the he may not sell enough lots to father laws in other situations. Sheriff Etheridge said, "I want
Presented by the Bradford County concerns that poor Bradford County Signature Group In its quest to buildon recover his cost for 20 or more Courtnay said he approves of sub- you to understand the problem I'm
Extension Service, the series is home buyers cannot afford paved a smaller than allowable lot, but years.When. division regulations, but building caught In. I was served with papersto
designed to assist individuals to be streets in front of their homes. the modular home continues to sit on Garrett moved on to Section Class A roads cost i25,00050ooo do something by March 1. The
aware of foods and food productsthat Although a new land use plan will a lot in Seminole Ridge, supposedly II, General Provisions, DeveloperJack per mile, adding substantially to the deadline was extended three mon-
are high in cholesterol, become effective in 1991, Bradford meeting all current legal requirements Courtnay raised the question of cost of home-sites. ths. If we don't do something, someone
saturated fats, sugar and sodium.' County commissioners realized the although an attorneyhas pre-existing subdivisions with unsold Ronnie Newman complainedSee is going to jail..maybe me.
Participants will learn to modify need for immediate attention to sub- been retained by neighbors to I lots.Section. ( S/D Rules..P.12A I'm asking you to approve this, but
their favorite recipes to make them division development, and con- contest Its being there. II deals with the effective, ) as of June 1. if something Isn't done, I
healthier. we can be fined $10,000pe r day. If
Classes will be held at the Brad- you pass it, we'll have two
ford Agriculture Building March 7, 4 Conditions Placed on Rezoning for Health Departmentby years..it'll" take that long to build a (

14 and 21, at 7 p.m. The cost Is $5. new jail.
Call 9644280 ext. 224 to registerfor Buster Rahn sought a special exception from -Install a privacy fence betweenthe New Building... Zoning Board Chairman Walt
the classes. BCT Staff Writer SBOA to accomodate a new 1,500 sq. Health Department' and its Several months ago Bradford Wescott allowed the audience to ap-
The Starke Board of Adjustment ft. building In the Thursday. Feb. 23, neighbor, R.T. Williams. County Health Director Dr. Jeffrey plaud speeches with which they

(SBOA) told the Bradford County meeting.The Rubin, told county commissioners a agreed, to address the group without
BHS Class of 1979... Health Department to pave Its park- zoning board will recommendthe Satisfy the drainage problem, $100,000 grant had been approved for coming to the podium and indentifying -
BHS Class of 1979 is planning a Ing lot, as one of four conditions for rezoning request to city commissioners caused by adding fill dirt to the coun- the county Health Department for themselves and discuss Issues
ten class reunion. The next granting a special exception in con- In their next regular ty owned property. the construction of a new building.Dr. not germane to rezoning the jail pro-
year nection with the new Health Depart- meeting, Tuesday, March 7. the perty.Board.
meeting is set for Monday, March Pave the parking lot to reduce Rubin said there is room on
Member Adkinson
RSVP ment building on Church Street. existing lot for the building, adja- Warney
Barbecue.
lj at Sonny's dust from annoying the Williams,
The SBOA disallow
approved the requestfor moved to the request for
cent the Church Street facility
to ,
964-8683, 964-2296 or 282-8743. Dr.Jeffi'cy Rubin asked the Stai'ke a special exception, but wrote and to Improve aesthetics of public but the new building will utilize bad- rezoning, and received a second by ,
:Zoning Board to rezone the Health four restrictions into the approval.The property. ly needed parking spaces. Doris Sandberg. The motion carried I
Worth Noting..p.3A Department property on Church restrictions, which will haveto
(See
Street from residential (RIA) to be addressed by Bradford County Landscape the property with (See Jall..P.12A)
PaV6..P.12A)
Residential-Professional (RP), then commissioners are: grass and plants. (See





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by Buster Rahn SBOA member Ron Denmark op- '
liLT Staff Writer posed, saying: "I'm appalled no sold.Although Kopelousos holds a
An special exception allowing church members are here to oppose license, issued in May 1986, for beer
Vito's Pizza in Deerfoot Village to this request. I'll never vote lor the and wine sales in connection with his
sell alcholic beverages was approved sale of liquor' under any cir- restaurant! on Edwards.Hoad.. a new
4-1 Thursday, Feb." 23, by the cumstance.
Starke Board of Adjustment Gus Kopclousos,, owner of Vito's (See Vlto's..f.12A)
SBOA). Pizza,said beverages! be sold by

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Middle School Straight A's... 'Jter Hearts stiff with you Four Corners

I Sixteen students in the Middle School made xlraiiigh Middle row: Traci Thomas, Shannon Safer Amanda so what's a little Lake
A's door to
their space. Located next
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report cards for the third six weeks Adamson, Cassandra Janis, Elise Slstrunk, Stephen
grading period. McLeod and Jimmy Farado. She offers to you what she dirt defoie Butler Farm Center)
Front row CI to r): Jeff Johns, Angle ll.ildroe. Emily Back row: Lindsey Walkup, Stacy Johnson leather
Bradford and Erica I'frimijjer.! Safer. Molly O'Neal and than Cureii. Location maps no difference Call Collect

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Bradford Middle School Tracy Thomas, son of Gail and Reagan, Malena Roberts, Erin She'f C handle your needs to her very Btstl Hours:Mon.-Fri.8:30 am -5 pm
720-member students, or 2.2 percent of the Tommy Thomas. Rodgers, Erin Slack, Heather Saturday 10 am-5 pm
student body, earnedstraightA's Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Smith, David Wheeler, Shawn Wolf,
for the third six-weeks Virginia and Wilshire Walkup. Carryn Wright.
grading period which ended Jan. 17.
A-B Honor Roll...

Another 77 BMS students, or 10.7 The 76 students,26 eighth graders,
percent of the student body, earnedall 28 seventh graders, and 22 sixth
A's and B's for a place on the A-B graders, on the A-B honor roll, by
honor roll.StraightA. grade, are:

students, by grade,
are: Eighth Grade: Buena
Brewton, Erick Burch, Jason G
Eighth Grade: Canova, Keri Crafton, Jennifer
Angie Baldree, daughter Linda Glisson, Ronnie Gunter, Angel Hammond y \ 95c.1 sfg
and Amanda Harris, Hat- ,,
Joey Baldree. Holly \: ;
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Emily Bradford, daughter of cher, Jason Johns,Bethany Kennan,
Carol and Tim Bradford. Byron Lee, Eric Mason, Dana ese 1
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Ethan Caren, son of Mrs. Newsome, Sheri Patterson, Melinda ", 1
Patricia Caren of Brooker. Ramsey, Shaketa Ray, John Rippl- 't 9
Jeff Johns, son of Vicky and inger, Donna Bobbins, Kishanna {,el"S '-
Robert demons. Spooner Caryn Taylor, Sonya ) .
Stephen McLeod, son of Elizabethand Thompson, Melanie Trimble, Janna 0)
Wayne McLeod. Thornton, Bobbie Westcott, Matt
Erica Pfenniger, daughter of Lin- Williams. '
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Jimmy Parado, son of Romeo and Seventh Grade: Jim Autry, 1989 DAKOTA S
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Molly O'Neal, daughter of Mrs. Robbie Bassett Josh Brewer, Erika 1 FII*
Maura O'Neal and Darrell O'Neal. Cleveland, Linda Dixon, Cynthia Li..K
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I Bradford Hi-Q Teams Lr,r, 4 $14,261.55



Finish 3rd in ConferenceThe Eagle BuaJW&JBRHHflBBi Summit BIVQIPJHIl Eagle Premier ESRUNNING


BHS High-Q varsity and the insurance the JV needed.For the
junior varsity academic teams each match Hurst was 4-6, and Captain
finished 3rd in the North AT Power Brakes. Power Steering .
Florida
Joel Caren
was 3-5 on toss-up qUI'S'tions. "
held High-Q Conference Tournament A pleasant surprise in the AM/FM Cassette$1O.O98.88 yirirrirala! Friday, Feb. 24 in Interlachen. match was provided by John Rob-
Each team won close matches bins' first correct response in com
with Union County to qualify for the petition. Coach Crawford said "I've
semi-finals, only to lose to the team been tellin him all year that all he
pionship.However that would. eventually win the cham needed was a little confidence. He Low Rate of 4.9016 Financing f 1
sure picked a good time to come
according to Coach through, since his points were Available on Some Models
Stanley Crawford, "That's the first scored in the midst of that 62 pointrun.
time we've ever had a team win its ."
first-round match at the conference
tournament; and this year, both SMOOTH IS I
teams did it." Semi-Final RoundsBoth

the varsity and Junior varsity -
BUS Vs UCIIS academic teams fell prey to the
Captain Shawna Blom and Kevin eventual champions In the semi-
Krack each answered correctly on final round of the competition. The
three toss-up questions late in the varsity was beaten 207-115 by S.M.A.R. i
first round match with Union County Orange Park on the strength of a 65-5
to carry the varsity to a hard fought run by the Raiders at the beginningof
126-117. In a match marked with the second half.
numerous lead changes, the key to The JV was beaten by Allen Nease .
victory seems to have been on toss- 155130. The JV once trailed in the'
up questions where the Tornados this match 50 points, but closed SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE AT REGULAR TIMES
outscored the Tigers from Union In within 10 points and could have tiedit
correct responses 15-11. But, Union late, but were beaten to the buzzeron N19
County kept the match close by win- the last question of the match.
ENGINE
ning the all-important bonus ques-
tions 64. Overall, Krack was 9-12 Final CommentsThe I MAINTENANCE
and Blom was 7-11 on toss-up I N01

questions
varsity closes out Its
High-Q
for the game. % __ TUNE-UP I
season with an 8-5 record. The eight
JV vs UCIIS wins ties the record for most wins in 3995 I
4898
a season held by two other editionsof 4
CyI.
The junior Tornados, the central the High-Q team. 0 8 I
Division Champions appeared to be The JV posted a 10-2 record, the .Ch and precUlon-eet cuter. 1 42Cfllndar I
on the verge of dropping their first most wins ever recorded by any BHS camber and toe.Inepect front end. 6 K Vehicle
AUTOMATIC
round match with UCH, trailing early team. Adjuet toni on bar(r..rea..1 Check
in the second half to the Tigers The only competition in TRANSMISSION and iiupeet rear ejde alignmentAdditional Price Includes:
remaining
22-65. Led by Patrick ( labor and e installation of Mopar
Hurst's the year Is to participate in the aaeeeeaiy part are /Champton8pr.rk.F1ugs
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Public meetings scheduled in the +14 i 1 Joe Cissy the illegal landfills. Current regula- but spring heads. There used to be
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coming weeks are: ,, UCT Staff Writer tions require a plastic liner under flowing wells there.
Bradford County Zoning Board '- About 35 citizens of northeastern landfills and a leachate collection
meets in a special session at 7 p.m. : .'>; ) rrI Union County appeared at a meetingof system, amoung other re- The residents in the area of
Ellerbee with the
curve are pleading
today '' quirements.The
Thursday, March 2, followed tar 1 the county commission Tuesday
a of specifications now requiredby Union County Commission to not
meeting the County Boardof night, February 28.
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continue In the
Adjustment. The special meeting was called by DER for landfills becomes prohibitively membership
Bradford expensive for a small NRSWA, and instead plan to haul
County Commissionersmeet the commission for the purpose of
9:30: a.m. Monday, March 8, wi- ; airing out the mounting opposition to county acting alone, therefore the wastes to a commercialandfill now
In western Duval
j. planned
in Courthouse. a proposed landfill at Ellerbee association was formed so that the County
between Maxville andBaldwin.
four entities involved could combine
Lawtey City Council meets 7:30 Curve, just north of Raiford. .
p.m., Monday, March 6, In City : The landfill has been proposed by their wastes into one installation
Hall. the New River Solid Waste Associa- rather than each county "going Italone" The commission is Iqpking at that
possibility, said Chairman Gerald
'Starke City Council tion, a coalition of Baker, Union and and having four separate
meets 7:30: ''You
landfills with four duplicate sets of Griffis. don't know how much
Tuesday, March 7, in City Bradford counties, along with the
Hpmll.. Department of Corrections Institu- machinery and manpower, none of time we have spent looking at all the
which would be used he said. 'We will
efficiently. possibilities.
tions located in the
Chamber of Commerce Board of three counties,as
I Association engineer Frank leave no stone unturned" In finding
Governors meeting is set for 12 II a cost generate to dispose of the Darabi has said that constructioncosts the best solution to the solid waste
noonThursday, March 16 in Con I wastes by the four par- and operating costs are about problem.Commissioner.

ference Room, Andrews center: ties.The Ellerbee Curve the same for a landfill capable of Marvin Pritchett
SFCC.Bradford chosen for two site was taking up to about 600 tons per day of also stated, "I don't believe that any
County School Board reasons, according to
commissioner of of the
wastes. The three county area any one coun-
meeting Is set for 7 p.m., Monday, officials of the association: a central
generates about 110 tons per day ties Involved means to do any harmto
March 13 In District Administration point distance, approximately equal in therefore the feeling is that it wouldbe any one" in the involved counties.
Building on N. Temple Ave. from the population centersof
foolish and Pritchett also pointed out that the
unnecessarily expen-
Brooker City Council meeting is -. each county,was a necessary con- sive to operate four landfills when old dump is within H mile of Lake
set 7:30 Hall.'Hampton., Tuesday, March 14, sideration, and lands owned by the one will more than meet the re- Butler lake, and if water pollution is
In City Improvement Award... state of Florida are available at that quirements.The the fear, it has no lining to preventthe
City Council meeting Chamber of Commerce Representative Bruce Scott (at right prewnU Harry location.All Ellerbee Curve site is coming lake and groundwater from
is set 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 14, in Coooey,owner of the Old Clory Feed Store on SR 100 with hb organization members of the association are under criticism by local residents as becoming polluted. The whole nor-
City Hall. Business Improvement Award for January, 1989. operating landfills that are illegal, being too low and wet for a landfill. theast corner of the town of Lake
Bradford County Commissioners but are being allowed by the Depart- Butler is
Creek Swamp Is a closer to the old dump than
"Turkey floating
The Chamber make IU award local business which
mid-month meeting is set 7:30 monthly: to a. Improve ment of Environmental RegulationDER Island' said Bobby Anderson, resIdent -
p.m., Wednesday, March 15, in the appearance of their ettablbhrneni. ( ) as long as acceptable plansare of Raiford. "The area is nothing Protests
Courthouse. being developed for replacing See Page 11A.

Bradford County School Board
will .*=-:. .-.
meet at 7 p.m., in Brooker
Elementary School. State Faces
Starke City Council meeting is Tightening Budget Need an Electrician?

set 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, in

City Bradford Hal County School Board Educators Told by RepresentativesThe I1 Call DAN WAINWRIGHT

will meet at 7 p.m., in Hampton
Elementary School. 964-2236.964-9139

Bradford County will hold its State of Florida faces a very Bradford High teacher John Lund-
regular second meeting of the tight budget, three state legislatorstold quist, said the lottery funds to member the Len Schlofman of the, referring 36 Years Experience All Types
month at 7 p.m in Lawtey Elemen- some 85 educators last Thurs allocated for education should be homestead repeal $25,000 Electrical Work and Three Phase
"Raise the Single
tary School. Feb. 23 at the 11th annual exemption.
day night, spent on building needs, rather than sales tax. When
Bradford County School Board Education dinner of the Bradford paying for reoccurring expen- ) get tired they of it(,the they'llswitch. taxpayers Reasonably Priced WorkREMINDER
will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Association. ditures. The lottery funds cannot be ."
March 28, in Starke Elementary. Talking to the teachers about the depended! on year after year, Crady ......... .
Bradford County Zoning Board chances of a salary Increase were said.
Manadatory ..
will meet 7 p.m., Tuesday, March Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee Rep. Funds for a teacher salary In- Schooling.
28, in Starke City Hall. Chance Irvine, R-Orange Park, and crease will probably have to come There was also some discussion of
Starke Zoning Board meeting Isset Sen.Sherry Walker,D-Madison.The out of money allocated to public raising the manadatory age to at-
for ., Thursday, March 30, legislators hold out little hope for education bond funds known in tend school by two years, from 16 to
in i City Hall.No teacher's raises unless some new education circles as PECO funds. 18 years of age. Med Connelly askedif
tax can be levied. That is a decision Crady does not the legislators. Rep. Irvine and The deadline for filing for correction of your
Gov. Bob Martinez is not recommending want to make at this Rep. Crady had seen nothing about Solid Waste Special Assessment for 1988-89 is
QuorumFor any new taxes, said Rep. Crady said he still favors a tax: on that issue. Sen. Walker said she'dheard March 15 1989 at 5:00
Crady. "It looks like its going to be a services to raise more state funds, the proposal by Sen. Curtis p.m.
very frugal budget," he added.A but he doesn't know if there is Petersen In her first meeting of the All complaints filed after this date will be

Zoners state income tax was proposedby enough support; for a services tax. Senate Education Committee. charged penalty fees.
Bradford resident Med Connellyand Gov. Martinez backed down under Walker said a bill Is being prepared.
Judge George Pierce noted the Complaints shall be filed with the
teacher union representativeRich pressure and the legislature repealed -
With almost all the seats in the CI-
ty Hall Conference Room filled Layer. The legislators were the services tax, and went for the court s lack of control over Zoning/Building Department Office in Starke
sixth cent to be added to the sales misbehaving teenagers. There Is no
cool to that.
Tuesday, Feb. 28 Chairman of the Han.
longer a mandatory draft, he noted. City
Bradford County Zoning Board, To be in favor of a state income tax.Rep.. Chance Irvine suggested that Increasing the mandatory school
Rick Replogle had to table all items tax is a sure way to get a legislator more local dollars will have to be us- age would be a control, the judge ,
for consideration for lack of a beaten said who said said. '-- -
Rep. Crady, ed to raise more money. "I hope to
quorum. he'd vote against an income tax. see a change in direction," said Rep. "It's difficult to control someone Join the "Yo-Yo" Team for Christ
"
Three members of the seven Crady said he was incorrectly Irvine, who suggested user fees when there Is no way out, saidd
member board were in attendance.Of quoted in a article that Rep. Crady.
newspaper should be used to supplement ad -4-
the remaining four,two members he favors a state income tax. valoem tax dollars. Sewing for Souls
failed to attend for personal reasons, The fairest tax is an Income tax Local CPA Job E. White opined No Pass, No Drive...
and two members could not be con- based on earnings, said Connelly, that "everybody wants a tax if it Sen. Walker said she knows of one
tacted, Janet Turner assistant- zon- who said he will support a constitu- ,doesn'lLatfect them. >verybody who. bill,Senate Bill 285,which, if passed i Items are created from these yo-yo's I
?
ing director said4... tional amendment for a'state Income! q-makes more than you is rich." White would mean a student could not have"driver' and sold in Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop. I
Replogle called for an early tax. Layer suggested a statgjncfMnes: ( '" *. ; Ilceqse unless Funds used to
34l! ? ; ) a ffiS1yVtfaXluHd ? Via he/sht.!, are help ones in need. ,j
special-meeting: to preclude the re- IhosafTrWng stave I.
5OrJOvt
tax for f .NrM lttd U II
..; a U)'C&iniry been uw h o Material supplied through clothing ,
quirement to re-advertise, and set Rep. Cra y said the additional one Club Estates can pay only $400 per Hy phone has ringing i oft : I
the date for 7 p.m.,Thursday,March cent sales tax last year, after repealof year in property taxes. the hook with teenagers Sen. Anyone or Groups ministry. ,
2. the services tax, raised $1.2 Local veterarian Jim Pennington Walker said. The teenageres remind Welcome J
Two items were on the agenda, billion. Of that $500 million was urged the legislators to tax fairly. In her they'll be able to vote in two I
and will be rescheduled. placed in an infrastructure fund to his business taxes are killing him. years, she says. Interested? Call 964-7109 or 964-5898
Daniel R. Massey has requestedthe build roads, bridges, and sewers. Pennington said, but he doesn't
rezoning of .89 acres to be rezon- The other $700 million has been fac- mind paying his fair share.
ed from Agriculture (EA) to tored into recurring expenses.At Pennington said he is adamanatly
Neighborhood Commercial (CN) to this point, there is a small against a state income tax, unless
be used for the sale of food items. chance that state workers will the $25,000 homestead exemption is
The parcel located 2 miles NW receive a pay raise this coming repealed. In that case he'd be the NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES
of Starke off left side of SR-16 past year, Rep. Crady said. If a raise is first to advocate a state income tax,
Morgan Road (CR-233) Intersection.The given, it will be small, he said. said Pennington."It .
Crady, in answer to a question by won't said school board
200 ft. by 150 ft. lot Is cut froma pass,
12 acre parcel In the NW corner of CHECK US OUT

the existing intersection convenience, across store.SR-16 froman Longer School Days FOR QUALITY USED ;t

Arthur A. Pratt requested the
rezoning of Lot 2, Block 1 in CARS
Pinebreeze subdivision, from Single
Discussed
Family Residential (RSF-1) to by BoardSome
Residential Office (RO), then asked EASONABLE ATMBNTS AS LOWDOWN
for a special exception to put property -
In classification so that structurecan teachers say there is not around 6 a.m.Yearround. Per Mo
be used for group living enough time in the school day to get school was discussed PAYMENTS!
quarters.Pinebreeze. things done, some prinicipals stated briefly. That would not be a saving, e Cars
Subdivision is located when questioned by Supt. Jim Dun- Supt. Jim Duncan said, because the 1
1 mile East of Starke, west of Bes- same number of students would be
sent Road and off NE 4th Ave. can.Lengthening the school days was involved and earn only the same
discussed but no action taken at a amount of state dollars. Year-round 1985 RANGER PICKUP XL 1986 MAZDA PICK-UP
Feb. 13 workshop following the school is a definite possibllty if fun-

Subdivision... rear school board meeting. ding could be increased, he said. 36,000 Supercab
workshop called by Board "We don't need to discuss it much. $4895 $5295
from page 1A Chairman Evelyn Chastain, the It's coming," said Board Member Miles [Extra Sharp!
topics were the length of the school Len Schlofman.
about additional costs Involved,say- day, projections, 1984 LTD STATION WAGON 1984 MUSTANG T-TOP
ing he spent more than $100,000 on district school board visits to each School Visits...
one subdivision and $300 000 on school center, and changes in the Economical $
i another, raising the cost of lots, not non-Instructional salary schedule to Board members decided that $ $150/Mo. $3995 $800Dn.$160/Mo. 42951''
, including cost of the raw land, by make It more equitable and fair. again this year they will hold board 29Mos. 29 Mos.
I $1,500 in the first case,and$5,500 per Ms. Chastain said she'd like to ex- meetings in each school center In the
lot In the latter case. tend the school day if it can be done district in March and April. '
GRAND
PLYMOUTH
Realtors Ralph Bryan and Vernle without changing the bus schedule.But Supt. Duncan is to work up a ,1983 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 82 ;FURY
Odom said Bradford County home schedule to present at the regular
buyers at the low end of the thing that to do Is, since an almost district impossible(county) upcoming Feb. 27 fourth Monday V-8 Loaded $3995 JI ffi000 Dn. $150/Mo. $ 32 95
Priced
economy, can't afford paved roads school starting times are ruled by board meeting.Fewer Sharp Cart 24 Mos. Nice Right r

and other amenities required In the the time students are picked up in
proposed ordinance.A the morning.Elementary. Students... 1982 TOYOTA TERCEL ,1981 PONTIAC T1OOOAC. r
suggestion was made to provide students attend A recent count shows fewer .
for different levels of development school from approximately 8 a.m. to students than projected for the 89-90 $300Dn.$125/Mo. $ Automatic $ R R9OMaDn.ffi125Mo
with some subdivisions allowing un- 2 p.m. All students are required by school term, said Supt. Jim Duncan. 20 Mos. 2295 229' J
paved streets. Florida law to attend school hours The board needs to look at small : .
Attorney R.A. Green said the per week, or five hours per day. district schools which take up an in-
federal government isn't going to Earliest starting times are at the quitable amount of dollars, Supt. 1981 FORD GRANADA 1980 FORD T-BIRD

allow two classes of subdivisions outlying schools- 13rooker Elementary Duncan said. Brooker Ele. and A/C. 6 CyL ... Clean
one for the poor and another for the Hampton Elementary, and Hampton Ele. are the smallest $500 Da 135/Mo.. 9 2995 $5OODn. $14O/Mo %j.>2695J
well-to-do. Lawtey Community School. For In- schools. 24 Mos-Extra Clean' 20 Mae
Harold Hill\ president of the Santa stance, at Hampton Elementary For example, from 118 to 124
Fe Lake Dwellers Association, classes begin at 7:45 a.m. and students are expected at Brooker
BUICK
REGAL
spoke in favor of mandating roads dismiss at 2 BE is a little Elementary, maximum capacity 1985 CHEVY CHEVETTE 1982
and other Infrastructure in new sub- earlier. BMS classes begin at about 150, for the 89-90 term.Principal Bil- Nice Carl '
divisions. 8:20: a.m.and dismiss at 2:47 p.m.At ly McRae said he is looking at Increasing 27 00 Dn. $150/Mo $3895 2-Door Loaded *3695
Garrett said ultimately,if subdivisions BBS school begins at 8:05 a.m. and the BE student load by 28 Months Priced to Sell! -
are allowed to be developed dismisses at 3:01 p.m. The first bus either taking In about 40 students

without paved roads, it will becomethe arrives at BHS about 7:15 a.m.about from the Sampson City area, by 1980 JEEP CJ-7 1980 :MERCURY ZEPHYR
responsibility of the county to the time Principal Francis goes out picking up 10-12 students from the ,
pave the roads with public funds. .to get his newspaper. nurthward from Brooker to the Extra Clean $
$
Residents will demand access to Elementary. schools students ar- Union County line, or by getting 4x4 299 $300 Dn.$125/Mo igg5j
their homes, and availability to riving earlier than middle and high Alachua County to agree to allow Fun! Ride 18 MonthsNOEGELIS
emergency vehicles and school school students have some time in some Alachua students just across
buses. the morning. Now elementary New River from Brooker to attend
students arriving earlier go onto the BE. AUTO SALE
and* playground until school starts. At HE, capacity, has 196 students
The meeting began hours at 7, p.m.with the BMS students have time In the gym now and projects 189 next year, said MON.FRr.. Serving Starke Since 1947
continued for two i4'
until school starts. Principal Mary Ann Kyle. &30.5:30SAT. W>
be-
from
Issue of roads as far as ever
School administrators discussedthe Supt. Duncan had no recommendation ACCIttM',
ing settled.A possibility of beginning school Feb. 13, but said a hard look We. Service t.
Is set for 7 TRADE-ma
second workshop Bradford p.m. earlier by using that time In the morning must be taken at changing current &30-x'00 ,a
Monday courthouse.County March: 27,. in the before school. school attendance zones to bring the x What We Sell
County Maxie Concensus was that school buses I outlying schools up to proper enrollment x s
Commissioner should not run any earlier since the to make them operate as
Carter, Jr.. said, "We've got, to students fartherest out such as at economically per student as possi '
reach a happy medium." HWY 301 NORTH/STARKE. FLA 32091/PHONE (904)) 964-6461 i
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Florida Summers Not Too Hot .


New Could A visitor to Starke in the summer of 1886 daughter of Dr. August- and Carolyn-
Policy .,. ....
round this city a very pleasant place to be .. Kuhne.
in spite of fears of being "lifted out of our R-T Starke of the 80s, he recalls, was a town
boots" by the "torrid" summer heat he'd i of about half a dozen stores, including the
Cost Cities and CountiesThe heard so much about. His complimentary I ',: ,'c. oldest-Richard&Pace, general merchandise
before the Civil .
remarks about Starke and the weather established War.along -
were printed in "Sunny South", an Atlanta et with J.G. (Gid) Alvarez, general
Florida Department of Transportation spending by local governments that are publication, as follows: I merchandise; Louis Witkovski's millineryand
and Mrs. Carrie
is apparently moving toward an already hardpressed to meet their dry goods; Dohn'smeat
STARKE FLORIDA market. A good portion of the population -
innovative policy of road-building that obligations under present tax struc- A PLEASANT SURPRISE ('III (then about 300)) included northerners

should give City and County Commissioners tures. July 10, 1886 IIt who came only for the winter, althoughsome
reason for loss of sleep if the did invest In orange groves. There
the first
For time in our life we have paida South Florida development, at
projected "policy" of today becomesthe Florida realtors, alarmed by the word visit to Florida in the summer time. We was time no and no railroads to Tampa or Miami that

reality of tomorrow. coming from the Governor's office that are glad we went, as the trip dispelledsome Very few tourists dared go below Ocala

According to an official of the Florida State roads in urbanized areas will be false and ideas we had in relation to that Some of those living here when he arrived
State for
very many ugly things we 1I (all children then) were Joe Truby Will
League of Cities, as quoted in a recent "local problems", are already on have said about it, we apologize, with our Wall, Ida Witkovski (later Mrs. E.S.'Matthews .
!lorida Times Union editorial the State record as supporting a ten-cent increasein hat off. ), Mrs. Frank Hemingway, Laura

i DOT) is now saying that state the state gasoline tax, with five cents On the morning we left for Stake; we I Tison (Mrs. Theo) and Julia Bryant (Mrs

highways are designed to get people allocated to local governments. The made the start with many misgivings Wesley).
from city to anothernot from knowing whether we were to be lifted out t ? Col. W.W. Moore, who founded The
one one League of Cities has also announcedthat boots 1
of our by the heat and broiled or Telegraph in 1879, was at that time ,
shopping center to another. it will support increased authority roasted on the sidewalk. That there was to bably the oldest citizenabout 75. pro

This interpretation of the new policy for local option gas taxes so local be a process of cooking in the matter was a ii He believes the oldest building was the

"\ as borne out by Barry Inman, government can fully fund current and foregone mail conclusion. Again, we thought of ., frame one at the NE corner of Call md
taking a armor along with to ,
us protect I
It served as headquartersfor
spokesman for the DOT. lie quoted DOT future transportation needs.It us fro.n the Insects which devour all Walnut Streets.officers when the county seat

Secretary Kaye Henderson as saying, human beings who have the hardihood to was county moved to Starke after the first cour
"()ur concern is to transport people is too soon to measure the statewide venture into that torrid latitude.The water thouse election in 1875. This building has

tram city to city, not to move them from reaction of cities and counties to this would scald us, while a chill would be lurk- j served as various stores, much remodeledover


home to shopping center or to the share-the-cost policy for state blanket ing at every over corner us. ready to throw a wet \ .' the years.

si-hoolyard. Inman said the policy highways, but it is not likely to be Now the truth of the matter is, these Almost the 80s.everyone In 1886 owned the an growers orange added grovein

originated) with Tom Pelham, Secretary greeted with hozannahs in city halls and ideas are all wrong. The heat in Florida is .... .... ................. ... ........ .. another fruit cropstrawberries.. Uglow
of the Department of Community Affairs courthouses of the State. There are but little, if any, greater than in Middle was one of 12 or 15 farmers who experimented .

adding that "...it's fair to say it is many bugs to be ironed out, however, same Georgia kind and of certainly landthe, glare no greater of reflected on the JOHN UGLOW with the original berry grown

also the Governor's position. Secretary before any such policy could be placed heat making the difference. The nights are "He Remembered"the here, the Newman. The first growers had a

Henderson's position, and Pete in effect. Not the least of these would be perfectly delightful. During a stay of total of about Farmers 25 acres doubled around their Starke and

Dunbar's position." how to sort out "local" traffic from"through" several weeks here, not a night has passed President. She is a young lady of noble the Lawtey next year and acreage steadily plantings increased .
but and fine attainments, and the ex-
trifle
we were a more comfortable fora presence
Inman then disclosed the thinking traffic. Imagine what a task little cover. The water, though much hibition in her department made us think until World War II days when

t behind the new policy "Why should the that would be for U.S. 301's 30,000-plus warmer than ours, is good tasted, and of some of the fine things we have witnessed many farmers and their helpers went to

State build roads that become snarled vehicles per day through Starkel! after a few days sojourn, relieves thirst. at Ward's Seminary and older Institu- work at the Camp Klondike Blanding.became After the about favored 10
The insects are bad, but we have seen tions. The night entertainments, Toodles, years
with traffic because local officials won'tsay .
them as bad In Atlanta. the grand concert and the crowning of the variety followed by the Missionary variety
no to developers?" May Queen, were all good and gave which came into prominence about
If it does into at
come being, however
Again, the impression with us is that the pleasure to a large attendance. Success to 1902.
Thus, the policy seems in conformity some future date it could result in country is perfectly worthless, except to the school and its management, and to all Winter berries produced here found a
\\ Ilh a movement to slow down "urban municipalities taking a second look at bear a little fruit, when the truth is, we the big-hearted, whole-souled people of ready market in the Northeast- New
sprawl"the. trend for commercial commercial strip developments along have here the finest gardens I ever saw, Starke. York, Philadelphia, as well as the
to from the inner-city and while in front of the house in which I am -W.B.S. midwestChicago and St. Louis. Move
growth move which
state contributing
highways are
staying is a patch of five acres of corn thatI ment was by rail with the Florida Railwayand
string out along major highways or interstate greatly to congestion and consequent am satisfied will yield over fifty bushelsto JOHN UGLOW'S Navigation Company making the first
ACCOUNTOF
interchanges. As the T-U hazard at entrances and exits to such the acre. shipments.

editorial puts it, "That policy appears to developments. Many of these actually This Bradford County has a sub stratumof EARLY STARKE In 1893 Uglow started contract with Pen

have sprung partly from the idea that need their own traffic lights, but DOT is clay, which holds fertilizers and in a few Another interesting account of life in nsylvania Orange Grove Co., a concern
will take to years a farm can be made rich. Much at- Starke in the 1880s was recalled by John that had extensive citrus plantings in
cities and counties steps pre- naturally reluctant to place more traffic tention is being paid to agriculture in this Uglow in a January 1947 issue of the various localities including a 100-acre
vent 'urban sprawl' and do more to lights along highways that they con- county,and we have seen some really good Telegraph upon the occasion of his 89th grove two miles north of Starke "on both

repopulate{ older, inner-city residential sider are primarily for people getting farms with good growing crops upon them. birthday anniversary. sides of the railroad". (Note: J,M. Truby

neighborhoods if they are forced to pay from one town to another on the fast Glad to say that, as usual, some of the best Mr. Uglow was born Jan. 24, 1858 in was one of the officers of Pennsylvania
some of the highway costs that are lane. farmers in the country came from old England and immigrated to America at Orange Grove Co.) After the freeze of 1895,
made by the constant spreadof Georgia. Fruit raising is by no means be- the age of 11, landing in New York in June which killed all the trees, Uglow boughtthe
necessary ing overlooked, for some of the best land from the uprooted the
and County officials should be orange 1869. He later moved with his parents to company
City
suburbs into the countryside. and pear groves in the state are to be foundin North Branch, Michigan, where he met trees, and turned the grove "into a pond'.
Such a policy would mean new alert, however, to this new DOT policy this country. Starke is the most Impor- Dr. A.L. Scott, father of Fred A. Scott, an He farmed the large acreage with con
and and all its implications- the least of tant town in the county, and if you would early Starke merchant.Mr. siderable success, retiring at age 60 in
monetary burdens on towns coun- which would be the five-letter word- consult her citizens, they would tell you it 1918, and bought a home on Lafayette
ties if they are forced to pay a portion of is the most important town in the state, for Scott had been to Florida for his Street.
highway improvement and expansioncosts m-o-n-e-y. that is the way they feel about it. We thinkit health and returned to North Branch for a
made by the increased a good sign to see people love their town. visit. His health was so much improved
necessary We know of no community more cultured that he persuaded young Uglow, who suf- Loss in PrisonPopulation
traffic of town and city residents using Grant. and refined, or more social and given to fered from bronchitis, to come to Starke,
state highways to reach shopping marked and thoughtful hospitality to which he did, arriving here Dec. 19, 1885.
centers and other commercial strangers, than the good people of Starke. ,On his 89th birthday Mr. Uglow said he Slows4YT ?
lawthere should be! The place is improving rapidly and hopes was in better health then than,when hear- Vi;
establishments along highway "strip" If there isn'ta
:'. .hi tfm .to become a railroad -rived in Starke. .as a ,ouftfjnajrt,.. VN:.' J Crot1Results .
developments. A law that would prevent an officeholder center One,7, \ .j'_' r rr.y ,, } n \
sensible and
the most needed improvements
of Health improved so muclThe started far-
elected under the aegis one
Requiring cities and counties to pay a of the town Is the "Starke In ming on a place Pi miles NW of Starke,
share of the state highway im- political party from renouncing all. stitute", presided over by Prof. George C. later purchased by Lorenzo Green. He was of a study just released by the
caused by increased local sense obligation to the constituentswho Looney, a distinguished educator of one of the first to experiment with cultiva- University of Florida Bureau of Economicand
provements elected himor herto office as a Georgia, assisted by able helpers in every tion of winter vegetables here. On Dec. 13, Business Research indicated that
traffic going to highway businesses member of that and aligning department. We had the pleasure of atten- 1888, he married Miss Louisa Kuhne. Union County's population increased by
party,
would of additional the recent commencement of this
require large sums ding Enroute only 0.1 percent during the .
to Starke Mr. eight year
himself or herself with another party Uglow met
school and think it the equal of any we
another pioneer Bradford family, the period between 1980 and 1988, while Brad
before the term is have visited in The exercises were
up. years. ford County's 19.2
Brownlees, who were moving here from gain was percent
Tower.
enlivened with much real good music by
At the RR
The latest example of this "betrayalof the pupils of Prof. W.F. Seals, who has Baldwin Mississippi., he transferred train junction to Starke-in While figures do not lie, they sometimes

As this is being written, the questionof voters", as it has been called occur- charge Calisthenics of the and music other branches department.are the same train with Mr. and Mrs. James tend to mislead unless underlying circumstances -

whether ex-Senator John Tower will red last week when U.S. RepresentativeBill taught by Miss Janie Looney, daughter of Brownlee, their sons Hugh and Milton, and slowness are known.of Union, as shown County'sapparent in
daughter! Ruby (later Mrs. A.V. Long). growth
be appointed Secretary of Defense is Grant took fellow Democrats by the UF study, is due in large part to the

still very much in the air. It has becomeone surprise with the unexpected announce- practice of including inmates in census

of those celebrated causes that ment that he was being "born again" as counts of counties in which prisons are

obsess the media, whether print or elec- a Republican after serving only three Forestry in Bradford CountyForest UF located.study During a shift the of eight year period of from the
prison population
tronic, and rightfully so, because few if months of a new term to which he was Union to Bradford County would accountin

any appointments could be of more im- elected last November.In part for Bradford County's more rapid
Fire at Point
portance to the nation. Danger High growth.

Our only criticisms of these Congres- doing so, Grant created repercus- 1. During the UF study period the New
drier, dry is the weather hereinBradford SILVICULTURALburning which is River Correctional Institution (East and
sional Committee procedures is that in sions in Democratic ranks that will beneficial to growing trees, such as site
West Units) Bradford
recent days almost all emphasis has have long-lasting effects. His switch oc- County and for that matter, a for tree removal of were opened in
greater portion of the state is in this condi- preparation planting, County,with a consequent shift of some inmates
been on Senator Tower's drinking curred after serving as a delegate to the or removal of hazardousunderbrush previously housed in Lake Butler

habitspast, present, and possibly Democratic National Convention and tion.The weathermen for wildfire prevention; RMC, to the Bradford side of New River.
although not too 2.
AGRICULTURALburning to assist
future although he has pledged to stay attending a recent Democratic State have During the same period Union Correc
positive, predicted showers this in any phase of the production of any tional inmate from
the torevermore. strategy meeting at which confidential week. Whatever the weather this agricultural population decreased
on wagon dry con- product; over 2,200 to a current figure of 1,542,about
party matters were discussed.In dition will remain with us until regular 3. LAND CLEARINGburning in "
His alcoholic tendencies of the past : rainsheavier rains than just showers. preparation for a homesite or commercial 700 individuals. This would account bra
are important, of course. Any sober- in which loss of a thousand or more people from
The dry weather has development clearing of the site
brought numerous Union County, and some in Bradford
gain
minded person would be shaken by a full page advertisement placed in fires to our area over the past weeks. is necessary; County, although all the decrease from
thoughts of someone with just "one toomany" all newspapers of the Second Congres- Many of these brush fires are the result of 4. YARD TRASHleaves, twigs, small UCI didn't necessarily move into Bradford
having to act in a crisis with one sional District this week, the Florida carelessness and some have been set by branches, grass clippings, any material of County.
button and the otheron "Bill Grant sick individuals named arsonists.Don't let an organic nature (from green plants).
hand on the nuclear Democratic Party says: Burning of toxic materials such as
the wind tend roofing
a dry martini. But equally- owes an apology to the voters of the Se- does its stuff. your fire because the wind shingles, plastics, and especially tires is Reflecting credited this shift of inmates, the UF
study Union with a
perhaps even more tellingabout cond Congressional District for preten- All children at one time or another have NOT permitted. population Increase 01 only County nine persons in
Tower's character is his undenied in- ding to be something he is not and seek- heard the expression "you with; When calling for a burning authorization the past eight years, while Bradford County
YOU must know which
volvement in Pentagon procurement ing reelection under false cir- you burns get down bunledr trailers Guess, homes wnatf and Fire brush.also types, of burning that you are of the doing four, showed a gain of 4,274 during the same

scandals in which he and his associateswere cumstances. The voters of this District Folks in Bunnell (Palm Coast) are well because we can't tell over the telephone. period. Although inmate populations are
paid more than a million dollars deserve better. Whether the Second aware of this fact of life. One.of the most common mistakes made constantly shifting,they are counted in the
services to certain bid- is this over the telephone is a landowner, who is Federal census also, making it difficult to
for consulting Congressional District representedby During dry spell,please be more fire get an accurate count of any county with
ders on defense contracts after Tower a Democrat or a Republican is not conscious in the outdoors. Be aware that that land clearing he has or agricultural trash. burning,says prisons at any given time.
yard Large trees and
left the Senate. Bill Grant's choice to make. That is a one spark from a burning brush pile with branches pushed into piles are NOT yard
the wind's
President Bush's "loyal support" of choice for the voters to make. Bill Grant fire. Due help to the can dry turn conditions Into a very, large it is trash. If you want to call it that, however, Adding the UF the 4,274 the population gain shownin
should not have taken away your rightto at times for the you should know that under new Florida report to 1980 fenderal census
his friend for this all-important positionis necessary Division of figure of 20,023 would Bradford County -
law give
,ALL yard trash is to be burned In
Forestry to deny a pit
even more distressing. We read Mr.Bush's decide. door burning. Our some requests for out- or barrel with a wire mesh screen or grate. a current estimated population of 24307.
for
lips during the campaign and convenience, but this apologies is In everyone's this best in- If you burn yard trash and meet the Due partially to its prison inmate loss,

heard him vow that high ethical stan- If our election laws do not cover such interest, following guidelines, you don't need to get nine Union County showed an increase of only
authorization: (1) it must be allowed persons from 10,166 in the 1980 censusto
dards would be the centerpiece of his actions by candidates who are so I know that somewhere out there is someone municipal ordinances (okay In Bradfordand by 10,175 in the current UF study.

administration. Not only that, he would ungrateful to voters of their party who who enjoys watching the woods Union County (2) the pit or barrel

insist that his appointees be free of even offered their supportand moneyto burn. Fires started by arsonists are very must be placed so that the smoke is not a Baker County showed a gain of 21.3per-

the shadow of suspicion of unethical make possible this election then the costly of to taxpayers, landowners and the nuisance to neighbors and Is at least 23 feet cent in the study, while fast-growing Clay
State Florida. The
Division of Forestry away from any woodlands, forest County had a 47.9 percent growth rate.
conduct. laws should be changed to compel an of- offers $1,000 for Information leading to the or
brush the
(3) barrel
; pit or must be at least
The Tower nomination is the first test ficeholder to complete his term as a arrest and conviction of arsonists. 100 feet from any neighboring OCCUPIED

{ of Mr. Bush's ethical criteria. member of the same party that did him If you have called to get a burning building, 50 feet from any public highway! Servicemen...

, the honor of electing him. authorization lately, you probably noticed or road, and 50 feet from the residence Isom Parks Completes
there have been some changes in the out- where the burning is being conducted. Recruit
door burning laws. For those of you who For a burning authorization for land Training
I I' haven't been calling to get authorization- clearing purposes, you do not need a pit or
BRADFORD naughty, naughty! barrel, but the fire must be 50 yards from Navy Seaman Recruit Isom L.
:t J RIQ, COL'tH Due to dry conditions you may not have any residence, public road or highway. Parks, son of Barbara J. and IsomL.
been able to obtain an authorization unless Land clearing piles should be a size that Parks, Sr., of Starke, has com
p p4 you have heavy equipment available on- will allow burning to be completed by pleted recruit training at Recruit
tiraM
.Ite. We apologize for this inconvenience, sunset, and the piles must be attended at Training Command, Great Lakes,
s+tMSUO but it's dry in the woods and everyone all times while burning is in progress. All 111. .
oy needs to be cautious. yard trash and land clearing fires must be During Parks' eight-week training
f toe O.FERGUSON JOHN M.MUM Aside from the inconvenience the rain- lighted after 9 a.m. and out by 1 hour cycle, he studied general military
PvMlthm maker has caused, since November of 1986 before. sunset. subjects designed to prepare him for
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at the burning laws have changed and Rewards of up to $1,000 can be received further academic and onthejobtraining
everyone needs to be aware of the for information leading to the arrest of a In one of the Navy's hasic
I the Post Office at Stake. Florida,under Act of Mach 3.1879. changes. wood's arsonist. If you have any informa fields. ..

four of outdoor tion that may help catch fire bug, call A 1988 graduate of Bradford High
Phone 944-6305 Subscription Rat h Trade Area $14.00 per year: 88.00 six month mete are basically types
which under the 1-800-327-8753 (24 hours). All calls are con- School, he Joined the Navy In
P.O. Drawer A. Stark, Florida Outside Trade Ar.a $15.00 per year: S8.50six month burning are permitted fidential.
laws of this fine state: December, 1988.





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. How's The Family? Parties
. Hampton HilitesBy
Social
Church By Rev. EdKlZMand' M.Dtv- pastor of the Klngaley Lake Baptist -Meetings'Weddings Dolores
Menu. 158-1'J15
minutes east of Starke on Hwy. 18 at Kingaley Lake.
Rev. K'rlana answers questions on the family In this columr. from a Hampton
Elementary
Christian
perspective. Send your question or comment to: How's The
: Family, 6337 Seminole St., Starke, Fl. 32091. 'Engagements' New Arrival...

Steve and Belinda Acree of Gainesville proudly announces the birth of a
-flirtfis son, Spencer Mikell Montana Acree, born Feb. 22 at Alachua Hospital. lie
Grandparents Need To Be Involved It weighed 9 lb., 9 oz., and measured 21 inches. lie joins his five year old
With Their Grandchildren. emsJ2lnnoullcements. sister, Stephanie.Steve .
is the athletic coach and academic teacher at Hampton Elemen
: I want to address a very special group of people. You are the "unsung tary. Congratulations!IAn
heroes"'of the family. I'm talking about all of you who are grandparents.
You're the ones who can spoil the kids,then see them go home. You can actual Honor Roll...

put nice things out on the table without worrying if they will survive. American Dame Nominations ExtendedTo The names of Jenette Gatlin and Raymond Khoden were inadvertently
Still,many of you are wondering, "What is role ?"You have
my now may omitted from those appearing in last week's Telegraph for the third six
lots of questions and even some doubts about your significance to everyone March 6 week's grading period.WalkAThon. .
since your children are no longer at home. And, this may be especially true
if your children and grandchildren live far away. The award nominations for American Dame are extended until Monday, ...
Let me share some observations with you. These come from both per- March 6th. All award recipients receive four free tickets to (the American
sonal'experience, as well as watching other families respond to grand- Dame performances scheduled for Friday, March 10, 8 p.m., and March Due to inclement weather, the Walk-A-Thon scheduled for last week was
parents. For one thing, make an effort- fact, a determination- stay 11, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. postponed to this week. This Pl'Ojl'cth11'l119 accepting pledges for the
involved in the life of your family. You have a great deal to give (besides Tickets are free to all SFCC stuff and students and BITS staff and Writing to Read Program received a big boost when area businesses and
money) and to do so, you have to open up. students. Tickets for the general public are $2 and can be purchased tit community members offered generous contributions for this worthwhilecause.
Chances are very good that your children will welcome your guidanceand Chastain's, Mitchell's, Julia's Florist, SFCC Guy Andrews Center: and I he Teachers and students appreciate all this help!
wisdom. The trick is, you have to accept them as adults now and treat BHS auditorium before performance.
them as such. Gone forever are the days when you could "demand" their Criteria for the selection of this Bradford County woman can he obtained!
obedience. But, that doesn't have to be a bad thing. In fact, it can be from Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center.
wonderful. It frees up your relationship to build and grow like it never Announcing...
could have before. I think you'll find your kids wanting your wisdom and
advicebut as a friend. Be there to help them when they ask for it. Luncheon Meeting At Woman's ClutTSctThe ...Charles Lance Baldree

:. Also, your grandchildren need you to be involved in their lives. The ter- Andy and donya Baldree of Sim ke announce the birth of a son, Charles
rific thing about this is that you don't have to "do" anything to be important Woman's Club of Starke will hold their regular monthly meeting at Lance, born Feb. 21 in Gainesville Ife weighed 8 lb. 7 oz., measured 21
to them. They want to know you,love you and spend time with you just the clubhouse on Wednesday, March 8 with luncheon at noon 3/4", and joins three-year-old sister Katie
because of who you are. You have so much to give themthings like taking Mrs. Mildred Frick is in charge of the program and will have a speaker Maternal grandparents are Soini) and Lane Tenly of Starke. Great-
time to listen and play when parents sometimes fail. Reinforcing their importance from HRS to explain what liltS is and what programs are offered to benefit grandmother Is Virginia Shannon of Siaikc and greut-great-grandmother

.. to you and just generally helping them learn to feel good about our community. is Gladys Harmon of Scottsdale, Pa.
themselves.But Committee members are Aurcli.i Byrd, Mildred Frick, ll.i/.ul! Hardy, Paternal grandparents are Charles and Bernice Baldree of Starke.
to have an effect' on them, you must stay active in your grand- Gladys Hobbs, Margie Sapp and Ida Shaw. Great-grandmother is Ruby Hancock ol !Mandarin
children's lives. I'm not suggesting you should be there for breakfast and

leave after the eleven o'clock news every day. Instead, if they live close Col. Elbert To Meet MondayThe ...Katy Jo DenmarkRon
enough, take the initiative to them with and Chapter
give a special day grandma
and JoAnn Denmark of Slarke...tmoiim I Ihe birth of a daughter, Ka-
grandpa. Just you and the grandkids. Have them overoften! (All you Col.! Samuel Elbert Chapter of the NSDAR will meet on Monday, ty Jo, born Feb. 17 at Alaclma General She weighed 8 lb., 7 0<1., and
parents with small children can thank me later). March 8 at the home of Mrs. Roy Fred Kennedy, 6243 Little Lake Geneva measured 21 inches. She joins 22 month old brother, I.o:van.
.. If they live far away, plan trips to see them, if that's possible. In the Road, Keystone Heights at 2 p m. Maternal grandparents are III"S.Iary! Ball and W. It Smith, both of
meantime, write lots of lettersto the kids because they love to get mail .
Program will be National Defense by Mrs. G R. Stamps. Jacksonville. Great-grandparents are Mr & Mrs. B E. McElraft of
addressed just to them. Instead of calling\ and talking to your children for
Virginia and Mrs. Georgia Smith of
Tennessee.
30 minutes and just saying hello to the kids, call just to speak to them. Poore of Virginia. Great-grandmother is Mrs.

Also, send them packages. Not big, expensive gifts, but just some little Starke Elementary News... Paternal grandparents Mr. & Mrs
things. You'd be how much it means to them. These type of are Roy Meredith of Jacksonvilc.
surprised
things say to them, I'm important to grandma and grandpa, they love Pictures will be taken Friday,March 3 at school.These will be individualand of Great-grandmothers are Mrs Morrell Clemons and Mrs. Lois Carter, both
me. Also it puts rating right up there with Sesame Street and Cosby. class pictures. Students should! be neatly dressed in bright ('olm'slook- Lawtey.
Rememberyou;; still have an active role in guiding your family. It's true ing their best.Students .
that role has changed, but change doesn't mean less important. You've experienced of the week for Mrs. Strong and Miss Strouci's classes are:
change all your life. If you fail to assume that new relationship, Homeroom: Alison Brown; Behavior: Travis Stacy; Science, Yolanda News.
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your grandchidlren will grow up to be strangers. Just kids who come over Farris; Reading,Michael Pusateri; Math, Bobby Williams; and LanguageArts Community
on the holidays. To them, you will represent something past, distant and Octavian Clay. The Jacksonville District Women Worker's Meeting convened at
cold.But Howard Memorial First Born Church in Jacksonville on Feb. 23-25.
if you accept the changes and get involved In their lives, you can District Missionary Daisey Mosley presided, Elder Flax Howard was Host
make all the difference in the world. They won't be strangers in your Pastor.
home. And, they won't dread going to your housethey will want to know Lynn Iloltzemlorf The meeting was a great success both spiritually and financially.I Recording -
when they can come backl! Why not put the paper down, give them a call Nominated for 1989! Secretary for this meeting was Deaconess Zephaniah Cummings of
and either make up a package to send them or go get some ice cream Starke FBC.
together? Either way you'll be a hit. Don't let these days slip byyou've Students Who's Who The District Deacon and Deaconess will meet with other FB deacons and
still got work to dot! There are about 400 different kindsof Lynn Holtzendorf was one of 72 deaconesses on Saturday, Mar. 4 at 9 a.m. at the FBC in Starke for a
ants in the United States alone. students nominated by Santa Fe business planning session.
Community College for inclusion in
the 1989 edition of Who's Who among
Students American Junior Col-
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1 Baby Shower Honors Rhea Brittani GriffisRhea
A THRU WED. annually by Campus Nominating
1 K' 1 MARCH 8TH. Committees upon outstanding stu- Brittani Griffis, born Feb. 2 to Angia and Jay Griffis, was honored
LOO dent leaders. Criteria is based upon with a shower at the home of her grandmother, Thelma Goodman, and her
YOU academic standing community ser aunt, Cheryl Horn. She was entertained by her other grandmother, Patsy
vice, leadership ability and future Griffis, along with many friends and relatives.

potential.Lynn The shower was given by Lisa Cravey Renee Cruce, Denise Smith,
is a Bradford County native Jeana Thompson, and Mary Crawford. The hostesses presented her with a
attending SFCC on an academic playpen.Baby .
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Bradford High School and a member
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Sheryl Lynn Jarosz and Jimmy Ray bride and groom's initials and wed- 4
_ Epps.Jr., both of Keystone Heights, ding date embroidered on it,given to 1
exchanged wedding vows on Saturher also by Karen Rodriguez. "
day, Feb. 11, at 3 p.m. Rev. E.L. Maid of honor was Carol Edwards,
Langley (the groom's stepfather) with Coree Head (the bride's '
performed the ceremony in the Com daughter), and Bricks Epps (the
munity Church of Keystone Heights. groom's daughter) serving as atten-
The bride wore a creme colored, aAntA
tea-length French RenaissanceFreddy Stephens served as best
styled gown of antique satin covered man.
with imported Belgium lace. She A reception was held in the L$4 -W
wore a wreath of baby's breath, Fellowship Hall of Community f
velveteen leaves and silk rosebuds, Church. The wedding cake was f
which was designed and created by decorated with red and white roses
her friend,Karen Rodriguez of Fruit with traditional wedding bells and jJJffV ir I
Cove. The bride's bouquet of roses, white doves centered on the cake. i.IA
baby's breath and greenery was accented The punch table held a centerpiece -
by a creme colored lace ribof red and white carnations, \ .
bon. The bride also carried a pink presented by friends of the bride in jr:: T .". '"
and .A
white handkerchief with the_ Green Cove c..
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LennonRogersEngagement An Appreciation Dinner for Inmates...

. Race Enjoyed by Area ScoutsOn ToldDr. Some Reno residents and City Commissioner Charlie the work done by inmates in claening'up: the hall and
and Mrs. William J. Lennon, Schaefer are shown at the serving table In the Jenkins playground.
Jr.. of Lake Butler, the Center recreation building.Tuesday, Feb.28,when the From the left, Charles Jackson, Buster DeSue, Corn-
Saturday, Feb. 25 Cub We wish to thank announce
Scout Orian Wells Reno citizens wanted to show their appreciation for missioner Schaefer and Leon Thomas.
Pack 367 hosted the district Chevrolet-Olds. Burger King, Turnkey engagement and approaching marriage -
Pinewood Derby Race. Cub Scouts Paper Products, Hodges Paint of their daughter, Rita Lorene
from all & (Loree) Lennon, to Wilbur Willie
the
over county par- Supply, Flowers Baking Co..
ticipated in this traditional event. Jackson Building Supply and (B,B.) Rogers, II, son of Mr. & Mrs.
Weigh in began at 9 a.m., with Bradford-Union Marine for their Wilbur W. Rogers of Raiford. Thanks to Inmates, Reno Rec Center CleanedUpCitizens
races starting at 10 a.m.,at the First help and donations.Holtzendorfs. Loree is the granddaughter of
Presbyterian Church in Starke. Mrs. Lemer Schnittker and the late
Racers were divided into four dif- Attend Buford Schnittker of Cullman, Ala., of the Reno community High School, until the mid-fifties the undesirable element that has
ferent age categories. Trophies and and the late Mr. & Mrs. William J. served a charcoal hamburger, bak- when the new school built oldLawtey been trafficking in drugs there,said
ribbons were awarded. Orlando ConferenceState Lennon, Sr., of Jackson Heights, ed beans and slaw lunch to about 30 road. was on Schaefer.
N.Y and St. Petersburg. B.B. is the inmates from Lawtey Correctional
TIGERS (6 olds Republican Committee
: yr. ): 1st ploce. Billy The new school was closed finally
Adams 2nd Representatives Ben and grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Willie Institution, to show their appreciation -
; place I Karl Sembrotkl; 3rd Harriette in 1969,when integration in Bradford
place, John Hayn. Holtzendorf attended a county Rogers of Raiford and Mr. & Mrs. for the work the inmates have county was complete. Gospel Sing Set
WOLFS: n yr.olds): 1st place Paul leadership conference in Orlando on Leon Ellington of Starke. done in improving the "JenkinsCenter" For Saturday, Mar. 4
Phillips; 2nd place Clay Archie 3rd Saturday, Feb. 25. The conferencewas The wedding is planned for March recreation building and ihe Jenkins Center is owned by
place, John Robert Goetzman. ; chaired by Mr. Van Poole,State 25 at 7 p-.m. at Harmony Free Will grounds. the City of Starke, and has been a The Church of God of Prophecy:
BEARS: (8 r.olds:1st): place,Chris Republican Party Chairman. Baptist Church In Lake Butler with a Clarence 'Buster Desue made the recreation complex for many years, Inc.,will be having a gospel sing this
Sapp; 2nd place, Bryan Gunter 3rd Items discussed at the conferencewere reception to follow in the Fellowship arrangements for the dinner with according to Charles Jackson, Saturday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. The
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place, Steve Adams. the 1989 political plan, voter Hall No local invitations are being the help of Charles Jackson and caretaker at the center, and City Thornton Family singers are
registration/voter switch, computers sent, but all friends and relatives are Leon Thomas. Councilman Charlie Schaefer.The featured guests, along with local
WEBELOS: 1st place, Steven and local organizational invited to attend. The Jenkins Center is at the cor- clean-up project is part of the singers. Pastor W.T. Laney invites
Haynes, 2nd place Bill Wallace; 3rd building. ner of Pine Street and Florida ongoing effort to rid the Reno area of everyone to the church located at
place, Marcus Mott. Street, and originally was the RJE Hwy 301 and Market Road.TERWILLEGAR' .



I World Day of Prayer To Be Observed Mar. 3, St. Edwards


World Day of Prayer will be revaged by the terrors of war and A nursery will be provided for the
observed in Starke Friday, March 3, economic oppression. It also invitesa Friday service. S QUICK LUBE
at St. Edwards Catholic hurch on deeper understanding of the Lord's
US-301 north.Everyone Prayer stressing the power of In-
is invited to the 11 a.m. tercessory prayer and challenging PHOTOGRAPHYBy 150 W. Madison St.
service which will be followed by a those who pray to listen and respondto 9649000
covered dish luncheon. those in need. Cathy Wooley Starke
This year marks the 102nd obser- Locally CWU are asking Friday's 964-6066
vance as thousands of Christians participants of World Day of Prayerto
Weddings
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join together in 170 countries and bring can_goods and/or staples to '
regions of the world to pray as one be contributed to Community- Anniversaries 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE' i
body for each other and for peace in Food Pantry. Call for Free Consultation .
the world. This global circle of
prayer acts each year as a powerful 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
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ships all
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Pray. The .
resources were prayers written and worship by an D 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission( Fluid'

ecumenical group of Christian 10 MINUTE H 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid''
women in Burma and then NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO D 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid
translated into hundreds of REGISTER OIL CHANGE!
_ languages and dialects. This year's UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FICTITIOUS NAME D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid

service brings to consciousness the MIDDLE JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT OF DIVISION FLORIDA Pursuant to Section 665.09, Florida ,.. ', ',0 9)). We.Check.andFill Battery'l'4) !
struggles of the Statutes, notice Is hereby that .. t
people of Burma, so UNITED STATES Court OF AMERICA No.88-437-Clv J-16 undersigned Yvonne Hodges.given Route th.1 I. V/bl Pira-HZ. l1\, .E:]. ) Wt*; he it'i i ld Fill Window-Washer:F1i: id"l

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war., 412 W. Call Street Starke, Fla. D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the
D.f.ndants.NOTICE 32091 Intends to register said fictitious
Christian Church here in OF SALE name under the aforesaid statute. Proper Pressure
Notice l I.
that WorUOassProtection1"
Starke is joining other Christian to a Final Judgm.nt.nt.r.don h.r.by glv.n February pursuant Dated this 15th day of February 1989 D 14)) We Vacuum the Interior
churches in a statewide campaign to 2, 1989 by the above entitled Court In In Bradford County. D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter
reach the unchurched families in the the above ityled cauie,the undersigned 4tchg 2/16.3/9 .
Bradford County area. United State Marshal or any of his duly Control 0979 D 16)) We Check Your Breather Element
"Contact Florida The Mission authorized deputies will sell the property NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Possible" is a very aggressive efforton .ituat. In Bradford County Florida, REGISTER OPEN: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 8:30 A.M. TEL 5:3O P.M.
the part of Christian churches described as:
FICTITIOUS NAME
everywhere to reach out to the com- lot 24, Parkwood Subdivision, as p.r Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
munity and find those families who plat thereof recorded In Plot Book 3, Statute, notice Is hereby given that the "

and have then a need to help in their fill that personal need within lives County Page 5 of Florida the public, records of Bradford Office undersigned Box 1262 Evan Starke W. Hodges, Fla. 32091 Jr.,, sole Post .tadfe.s, ':Sp ,Jat tW: ia ,ct .CQrrit r.t, bJ'lqttin9: RQpm:; ,

the First collective Christian church has family.the distinctionof best at bidder public for outcry coir to at the the hour highest of 12:00 and name owner of, doing Hodges business Point ft under Supply the 407 firm W. rj l'V' for. JJ.Qu '
being one of the three oldest Chris- Noon on March 21, 1989 at th.front door Madison Street Stark., Fla. 32091 intends e1'Stifj.aill.va, '\ ,uu : 'YOI.r.: ,'v' tr j (eari ,y u.r J1 (".d, ,ws; ;1'4. I Ifh
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February 22, 1989

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l lli I Many people were shocked this past week when Congressman Bill Grant changed political parties. =k, ; '
Eli; l ly Clearly, as a matter of conscience and philosophy, it is Bill Grants right to belong to the party
lill'v! of his choice. But the timing of his announcement suggests that his motive teas not conscience but
i IIIII ambition- ambition realized at the expense of his constituents

a'I I CONSIDER THESE EVENTS: ,7
c ''I'Il Last summer Bill Grant asked Democratic Party leaders to make him a delegate to the ay
Democratic National Convention, a post to which he was ultimately elected. As a delegate,
9. I{; Grant cast his vote for Dukakis on the floor of the convention. At the time Dukakis was 1 T. .>
b $9'.;' %' ''I points ahead in the polls and projected to be the next President of the United States. g

_' '!+II1; At a rally in Jacksonville later that summer, Bill Grant stood shoulder to shoulder ti'ith'
) s k, Governor Dukakis, expressing his unwavering enthusiasm and support. At the time,
!" ,I l I Dukakis was ahead in the polls. "

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Bill Grant's Dukakis to late last at the time Dukakis
;(il; support of began slip summer same
,, !hI!! began to slip in the polls. He attended no more Dukakis events. Ills enthusiastic support
IIill turns into silence. ti ;, ,M< :
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_-< > j; ;, sit Late last year Bill Grant contacted me to suggest that I convene a meeting to discuss the .
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+ ,,i hBemTQtlrtiffc ( Rj'Juture in?Etdritffi? A""nteeting"r> F/rrrfr/rfs, p tfWgffiJtf 'Songressionttt I II
I!! Delegation was scheduled for Feb. 8 two weeks before Bill Grant switched party
irk affiliation. Important political strategy was discussed. Bill Grant attended. .j

& More recently, Bill Grant calls on his Florida Democratic colleagues in Congress to go to
I ill! bat for him and help him secure a leadership position in Congress. They did, and he was
ll!rll named to a Democratic leadership position that would have benefited his constituents in
it III!! the Second Congressional District. Instead, he switched party affiliation and cost his
constituents that opportunity.

i_ !it.II! At a Tallahassee press conference, when asked if he would hare changed party affiliation if N
i George Bush had not been elected President, Bill Grant said he did't kzzowwa .
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+ '' Three months ago, Bill Grant ran as a Democrat He asked for your vote as a Democrat He
promised to serve you as a Democrat. And he won re-election to a two-year term as a Democrat, '

:i+!I He deceived you.
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Mtl Bill Grant told his colleagues in Washington that he wanted to be part of the Democratic
leadership team to better represent you. He deceived his colleagues.

,! !I Bill Grant told me he had an interest in the future of the Democratic Party in Florida and
_' II attended a confidential meeting to discuss party matters. Once again an act of deception

A ,ll Recently, I was reelected chairman" of the Florida Democratic Party. I, like many of you, was -
t born and raised in North Florida. My politics are rooted in the Florida Democratic tradition pI
I a tradition that has served us well and produced our state's finest leaders. The Florida
(I Democratic Party is, has been, and will continue to be, a party of the mainstream Many of you,
:1T' I like me, have expressed concern about the, direction of our national party and its ability to elect '_ 434
; ? ;* I candidates to national office. Florida Democrats are committed to working to change that That
;- I is the difference between political courage and political opportunism

Bill Grant owes an apology to the voters of the,Second Congressional District for pretending to
; be something he is not and ,seeking ,reelection under false circumstances. The voters of this
,!! 'District deserve better. Whether the Second, CongrfssionalDistrict is represented by a Democrator
< a a Republican is not Bill Grant's choice to make. That is a choice for the voters to make. Bill

'' Grant'should not,have- >taken,away your right to decide., _
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. Legal Notices

oi follows: they may hove that challenges the does not work. Bids will be received until 12:00: p.m.,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION and action at their preschedulad final TIDEWATER COMPANIES, INC., a qualifications of the Personal Representative Item 10-Buth hog mower, old. Friday. March 10. 1989. at the office of
FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENTOf hearing for this to be held Georgia corporation registered to do or the venue or jurisdiction of the Item 11-Camper topper, flit Ranger Community Development located In the
rezoning
business In the Slate. of Florida 100% In court. long wheel base; Minimum bid $100. Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department at
THE LAND USE PLAN Wednesday. March 15, 1989 at 7:30
: ALL DEMANDS Item 12-1979 and telephone number
terest. CLAIMS. AND OBJECTIONS Moped Minimum bid the address
An In the
ORDINANCE p.m. Commissioners Room
the Comprehensive of
amending Bradford For Tidewater Companies, Inc.. T. NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER $25. detailed herein. Bid will b* opened at
land Element County Courthouse, Stork
Use Plan and ,
Mop by Bradford Florida. At this time the Bradford County Glllls Morgan III. Vice President. BARRED. THE CITY OF STARKE RESERVES THE 12:05 p.m.. on Friday. March 10. 1989.
with the County local Florida Government In accordant Commission will make the final decisionon 4tchg 2/23.3/3/16 Dot of the first publication of this RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR Contractor will indicate "sealed bid" by

the proposed application after having Control 0983 Notice of Administration: March 2. 1989. All BIDS. notating tarn on exterior of envelope.
Comprehensive
of 1975
Act 01
provided for In Planning 163 of tha two public hearings, advertisementand CHARLES KENNETH FUQUA II CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy The City of lowty't Community
Chapter Personal Nell 1..Tucker the right lo reject|
Florida Statutes. potting. All persons Interested In CALL FOR BIDS S Representative Development reserves
TO All Citizens, Taxpayer and other this application ore hereby given notice The Town of Brooker will receive bids ANDERSON E. HATFIELD City Clerk any or all bids. The City of lowly It an
Interested person. of time and place for the two public for Installing a Fire Hydrant and Installing Attorney for Estate 2'chg3/2.9 Equal Opportunity Employer. .
4114.. Control Itchg 3/2
N.W. 13th St. 0990
The Bradford County Zoning and Plan. hearings required. a 2" blow-off valve We will mall a
Gainesville. Fl. 32609 Cont,010993
ping Board conducted a public hearingon Director, copy of specification sheets upon re'
A ((904)) 377.5704 PUBLIC NOTICE
Zoning Planning
Tuesday, February 28 1989. on tha quest.
The of Office of
City Community
lawley BID
3/2-9 TO
INVITATION
Bradford 2lchg
County
below lilted application and will make a Bids must be sealed and received on
recommendation to the Bradford County Itchg 3/2 or before 7:30 p.m.. March 14, 1989. Control 0988 Development I It In the process of The City of Lawtey Office of Community
Cont,010994 soliciting contractors who may be Interested Development at part of their Demoli
Commissioners' for their considerationand Mailing address Is Town of Braok.r.P.O. .
action at the cheduled final Box 127, Brooker. Fla. 32622. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH In participating In the city's tion/Relocation Program will receive
hearing for this application pr for rezoningand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH The Town Council r..rv..h.. right toaccept JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD DEMOLITION/RELOCATION PROGRAM. sealed bids for the DEMOLITION AND
FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. The program Involves construction of LOT CLEARING of five ((5)) tingle familydwellings.
amendment of the Land Use Plan on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD or reject any and all bids.Town. .
89.91.CA new tingle family dwellings.Th .
COUNTY FLORIDA Council
Wednesday March IS 1989 at the Com
IN RE The Petition, of homeowners will b* responsiblefor four of hornet In
,nl..lone..lloom of the Bradford JUVENILE DIVISION Brooks. Fl. 32622 : There are ((4)) subject
CountyCourthouse
JOHN H. MONTGOMERY and choosing a contractor and the Office the East ((2))
Storke. Florida at 7:30 CASE NO. 87.48.CJ ((2.901)) 2tchg 3/2.9 Lake Street Target area two
Ordinance, p.m. IN THE INTEREST OF ----- .---- ANNE MONTGOMERY, of Community Development will act ot of which contain a mobile home and a
on relating to
The rezoning of following: described KITTY SUE KONKEL, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA as Guardians of an agent. The program wll alto Include dilapidated dwelling; one ((1)I) horn on
and DOB: 02/10/74 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JERRY JOHN MONTGOMERYto the REHABILITATION of single family Olive Street In our Target area.
the Comprehensive
property amending A BRADFORD change name dwellings according to our specificationsand Acceptance of bids will b* at the Office -
land Use Plan to providethat COUNTY.CASE
land currently toned EA anddesignated Child.SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF NO.8930CP NOTICE OF ACTIONTO plans.If of Community Development Office,
the PETITION FOR 1.4025IN : Jerry Thomas Brownstead you would like to participate In this located In the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Station
by plan as Agriculture,
PERMANENT COMMITMENTTHE RE: The Estate of 5015 Kerle Street program please contact the Office of Post Office Box 418 Lawtey.
be CN
rezoned to and designated
Neighborhood Commercial the STATE OF FLORIDA TONI STONE FUQUA Jacksonville Fl. 32205 Community Development P.O. Box 418 Florida 32058 until 12:00: P.M.. Friday
DANIEl R. MASSEY described propertyof as TO: KAREN SUE COOK KONKEL Deceased YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action lawtey Fla. 32050 or contact Mr, ErrolD. Match 3, 1989. Bids will b. opened at

follows: 0,69 acres (200x150)( ), out of 12 RICHMAN NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO for a change of name for JERRY Jones, Project Administrator, at 1205: P.M., Friday March 3, 1989. For
ocr. Parcel 02007.0.02600. Sec 6, Twn. Address Unknown.You ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR JOHN MONTGOMERY has been filed 1,800.654-29B8. additional Information we can be reached
6S Rng 22E located two miles Northwest are hereby notified that a petition DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE against you and you ore required to The City of lowtey Office of Community at the above listed address and
of Stark off left side of Slot under oath copy of which Is attached AND All OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN serve a copy of your written defenses. If Development Is an Equal Opportunity telephone number Monday through Fri
Road 16 and just past Intersection of CR hereto has been filed In the above styled THE ESTATE: any to wit: on JOHN M MONTGOMERY Employer. day 10:00 a.m. til 4:00: p.m.
233 (Morgan Rd), to be used for the sale court for the permanent commitmentof YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the whose address if Route 3, Box 1093 Itchg 3/2 The City of lawtey Community
of food items KITTY SUE KONKEL a female child, administration of the Estate of TONI Stark. Florida 32091 on or before Control 0992 Development reserves the right to reject
You are further given NOTICE that a born on February 10. 1974. at STONE FUQUA Deceased, Case Number March 23, 1989 and file the original with any and all bldt. The City of Lawtey It an
copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is Nassawadox, Accomack County, State 89.30.CP, 1. 0251. pending in the Circuit the Clerk of this Court either before service INVITATION TO BID Equal Opportunity Employer
available for your Inspection ot the office of Virginia to the Department of Health Court for Bradford County. Florida, Pro on JOHN H. MONTGOMERY or Immediately The City of lawtey Office of Community Awarded contractor will Indicate
of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng and Rehabilitative Services for subsequent bate Division the address of which It thereafter, otherwise, a Development as part of their Demoli "sealed bid" by notating tarn on exterior
City Hall Thompson Street Starke. adoption and you are hereby the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, default will b* entered against you for tion/Relocation Program will receive of envelop Awarded contractorwill
Florida. commanded to be and appear before the Florida. The Personal Representative of the relief demanded In the Petition. sealed bids for the REHABILITATION of a alto be required to provide proof of

Each and every person having any Interest Honorable George H. Pierce, Acting the Estate It CHARLES KENNETH FUQUA DATED at Bradford County Courthouseon home at the following location: contractor' liability Insurance
whatever in the enactment of this Judge of the Circuit Court at the Brad- II, 1038 Pin. Breeze Street, Starke, this 27th day of February 1989. COUNTY ROAD 200. between lake workman's compensation coverage and
Florida' 32091 The CLERK OF COUNTY COURT Street and Jones Street In the East lake tax number.
proposed ordinance should appear and ford County Courthouse. at 1:30: P.M. on name and address of
be heard at the time and place prescribed Wednesday, March 8, 1989. at Stark. th Personal Representative's attorney 4tchg 32.23Con.,010989 Street Target area of Lawtey. Florida. Itchg 3/2
Bradford County Florida. are set forth below. Bid will Include complete rehabilitation Control 0991

BOARD OF BRADFORD You must either appear on the dot. All persons having claims or demands of house at per specifications and
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSItchg and at the time specified or tend a written against the Estate are required WITHIN CALL FOR BIDS plant supplied by the Lawtey Communltv
3/2 response to the court prior to that THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE SEALED BIDS will be received by the Development Office at Post Office Box "TOOrnucN 4,
Control 0995 time. Your failure to appear or respondwill FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to City Commission of the City of Starke 418 Lowtey Florida 32058 telephone SALT ?" ( 41
be treated as a consent to the permanent file with the Clerk of the above Court a Florida, at the City Hall in Starke number ((904)) 7823730.
written Florida until 7 30( March Contractor to secure all necessary
commitment and you may lost statement of any claim or demand : p.m. Tuesday.
NOTICEAPPLICATION all legal rights ace parent to the child or they may have. Each claim must 21, 19B9. at which time and place all bids permits and licenses required by the
FOR REZONING children named In the Petition for Permanent be In writing and must Indicate the basis received will be publicly opened and County Building Cod. Prior to awarding
ARTHUR A. PRATT has made application Commitment attached to the for the claim the name and address of read aloud on the following.The contract, contractor must provide proofof .If Is
to the Bradford County Zoning ft Summons. the creditor or his agent or attorney and following items declared ..urplu.prop.rty Workman's Compensation and a soup too salty, add a few
slices of
Planing Department for reclassification WITNESS My hand as the Clerk of said tha amount claimed. If the claim Is not by the City Manufacturer-Liability Insurance raw potato and boil a few
of the property described below from Court and the Seal thereof this 27th day yet due, the date when It will become Hem 1-1975 Ford B600 Bus; Minimumbid Coverage In the amount of minutes. Repeat the procedure If
RSF-1 to RO lot 2, Blk 1 of PineBreza of January. 1989. due shall be staled. If the claim is contingent $1.500.Ol..m $50,000/1300.000 minimum. necessary-
Subd., Parcel 02820-A.00200, Sec. 26, GILBERT S. or unliquidated the nature of 2--1967 GMC 2% ton garbagetruck
Twn. 6S.. Rng. 22 E.. located one mile As Clerk of BROWN.Court the uncertainty shall be stated If the ((7500)), Minimum Bid $500. LAMP OF JESUSCRAFTCONSIGNMENT STARKE 11't.
East of Starke, West of N.E. 2nd Av. Control claim it .secured the security shall be Item 3-.1977 AMC Hornet Sedan;
(Bessent Road) and off N.E. 4th Ave, to 4tchg 2/9-3/2 0964 described. The claimant shall deliver Minimum bid $300. CHURCH OF GOD

put property in clasificolion with special sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerkto Item 4-1969 Dodge Wayne Sweeper. (Tues.Sat. 10-5:30) 422 N. St Clair- 964-5445
exception so that structure can be used REGISTRATIONOF enable the Clerk to mall one copy to Item 5-1982 Ford LTD 4 door: Minimumbid
for group living facility.The FICTITIOUS NAMES the Personal Representative 2000. 41 Spring ia Blooming; John Spratlln. PastorWe

Bradford County Zoning and Plan We. the undersigned being duly All parsons Interested In the Estate to Item 6-lnternatlonal speed New Process Plastic Canvas Crafts : Invite you to worship with us.

ning Board conducted a public hearingon sworn do hereby declare under oath whom a copy of this Notice of Administration Transmission Home Grown Frozen Blueberries Attended Nursery

Tuesday February 28 1989 on the that the names of all persons interestedIn has been mailed are required Item 7-Fullr 3 speed Transmission. aanlay School .................. loan
above listed application and will make a the business or profession carried on WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM Item -Electric motor, large 3 phase For More Information, Call MomaTjWc| hk> ...... .... ..... HamEwrtneSovtoe
recommendation to the Bradford County u ider the name of TIMBER EQUIPMENT THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF motor, in running condition. 964-7109/964-5898 ................ 6pmWedncaday
Commissioners' for their consideration and the extent of the Interest.of each. It THIS NOTICE, to file any objections Item 9..5 hp Air Compressor, gosolln. Youth .............. 7.30pm

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Kristy Harrison and Andy Smith situated on land that formerly pond and fields. The remaining 100 l ; :,Jf.; .
BCT Staff Writer attended the National FFA Conven- belonged to his estate. acres consists of planted stands of (,' :11-.i.
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FFA has been preparing pine including slash, long leaf and '" 'f .1<' .... .
Local members of the Bradford tion in November which held in Kan- young 1'1 ,
High School junior and senior sas City,Missouri. people for careers in agriculturesince Virginia pine.Alvarez i/ ,'
1928. Now, with over 9,500 explained that one of the "
chapters of the Future Farmers of Starke FFA'ers hosted the sub- '
America are uniting with FFA'ers district contest at the Fairgrounds in chapters and nearly half a million goals in the program is to have examples \\WJ
from all over the country to December and members attendedthe members the organization realizes of every type of tree in Brad- '!IIo.l .
celebrate National FFA Week. Livestock Judging Show in the importance of reaching aid ford County available to the studentsfor .'
Each year beginning Feb. 21 and Gainesville in January. maintaining a high level of ex study so they can learn to care d
throughout the year local members "We also started our BOAC cellence. With its attention concentrated for and identify various species. .
; participate in a number of activities (Building a Better America) com- on preparing for tommorrow, The FFA also has a thriving fruit :jO'
i I to both salute and promote their munity project,"Oden said. "which FFA intends to reach and maintain a orchard that was planted on the "
organization.BHS consists of rebuilding the old standard of excellence that will keep farm four years ago. ,
Senior Chapter President station on US 301." agriculture number one here and The students here gain knowledge "...
Donnie Qden says the group is ex- Harrison is also in the running for abroad. about the special care needed for ) .
cited about telling the communitywhat state president this year,with elec- Given the current financial problems plums, pears and grapes. The
they have been doing this year, tions held in June at the FFA State in many of the nation's farms, FFA'ers also have another orchard
and explains that FFA is an Convention.New the FFA program assumes even planted with magnolias and mapleat
organization of students of voca- officers include: Preident more importance to the future of the the farm.
tional agriculture who are preparing Donnie Oden; Vice-President Billy industry in this country. The main stand of pines on the
themselves for a career in Harrison; Secretary Kristy Har- farm is over 35 years old. It was
rison; Treasurer Terrie Whitehead; The Bradford FFA program planted by two highly respected
agriculture. deal of emphasis,not former members, both retired.
now
Senior Advisor Greg Alvarez says Reporter Tommy ; Sentinal places a great
Balkomi' gained in former Director Paul Hutchins and
knowledge
the people here are aware Tommy Hamilton in Jason only on
young classroom experience work and agriculture teacher B.R.Ferguson.The .
of Smith and Parlamentarian Andy
they are an important part society
-with; a big role to play in the futureas Smith. study, but also on the kind of prac- FFA program at the BHS in-
for their careers. tical hand's on experience the cludes far more than just trees and
they prepare National FFA week has been students gain at the FFA farm tree management, however. The
The FFA year started In August, historically associated with located on SR 301. students also learn first hand about Busy Greenhouse...
according to President Donnie Oden, Washington's birthday, which also The farm consists of 170 acres purchased care of poultry and poultry manage- FFA Instructor Walt Wotcott uses a little TLC(Tender Loving Care)on a
when he attended the 1988 State occurs in February.Washington was by the Bradford County ment with a chicken coop on the favorite In the organization'*domed greenhouse while a pair of students I
Leadership school in Haines City.In recognized as a master farmer on School Board from Hogan Smith in farm where they must feed and care (above at top)perform tome maintenance.
September the organization his Virginia plantation and the Na- the 1940's.About 70 acres are taken for the chickens and pick up the
elected officers for 1988)89.) tional FFA center in Alexandria is up with pastures, buildings, a fish eggs. I r I

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Bradford High had an opportunity left in overtime.Lee It did seem BUS was out of the .11....T.tal"11.I-I4/M.44..
to beat Gainesville High in the semifinals missed the second shot, BHS game in the first half. Nothing wouldgo BUS 73 Lake Weir 53
of the District 5-3A boys rebounded and threw the basketballto down for the BUS five,which was
basketball tournament at Central Eugene Blye at midcourt. down 12 points, 36-24, at the half. The Tornado five went 73-53 by
roundof
Florida Community College in Ocala Blye, the BHS long shot artist, BHS has had some low scoring in the Lake Weir High in the opening which
drove upcourt directly for the basket second quarter of some toughgames the Dist. S-3A tournament
last missed
Friday night, Feb. 24, but .
three free throws, and a ball- with three GHS players around him but this was the first bad was played Feb. 23 in the BHS BHS gym.It five
handling miscue cost them a 6564comefrombehind one in front and one on each side. As half. was a slow start for
loss to the Hur Blye drove past the half-court mark In the third period BHS came to who scored only 24 points In the first
ricanes. the basketball was knocked out of life, outscorlng GHS 22-12. BHS fed half. "We normally score" that many
Highly favored Ocala Vanguardwent his hands and flew backward. There the basketball into center Wendell points in a quarter, said Coach
41'55 s w "1I, on to beat GHS 66-64 Saturday was no time for Blye to grab it for Hudson for some close in, high Cummings.ahead." "Maybe we were looking
night for the district title, but GUS another shot. GHS won 65-64. percentage shots. And Eugene Blye
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The after the longest
0, .:. threw a scare into the Knights. Tornado Coach Rowland Cummings hit two baskets from three points game came
'. '/ Friday's loss ended the 1988-89 had talked to the officials during range. layoff of the season, and that may
';;" ": /' i' basketball season at 20-8 for the the halftime. The officials ran BHS closed to within two, 46-48, have accounted for the slow start.Lake

.t' .I'r'i:. ,', Bradford boys. BUS went into the from the court after the final buzzer after three periods. The game was The Tornadoes had beaten this
Weir twice season,
."" ?,1It.: '" : final minutes of the semi-final game and a furious Coach Cummings tied 48-48 with about four minutes to previously Weir's
'J.' ';,I:J four points up, 60-56. GUS made its chased them for a final few words."I go in regulation play. BHS then 81-65 and 61-57. Plus Lake fouled out
/ free throws count. One free throw don't think its right that our worked up to a four point lead with best player. Major Mills, Lake
cut the BHS advantage to three whole season had to come down to less than two minutes to play, and early In the first period. And
r points. GHS got the rebound on the this," said Coach Cummings! who so seemed to have the game in hand, Weir played without one starting
1 missed Bradford free throws. far this season had refrained from but that was before the Tornadoes guard.
Then GHS guard Terry Lee sunk a commenting on how the games were missed on three straight oneandone BHS played better the second half.
35-foot three point basket at the not going to blame free throws as GUS, behind and In the first half BHS worked hard to
buzzer to tie the game 60-60 at the that one call, but all I ask is that officials with time running out, fought for the get a good open shot,would steal thebasketball
end of regulation play.In be consistent. That kind of action basketball. then turn it over, which
t the 3-minute overtime the score would have been a foul early in Pedro Carter led BHS with 18 didn't please Coach Cummings.Four .
was tied, 64-64. The Tornado five the game." points, Eugene Blye and Wendell Tornadoes scored in double
stalled to get a good percentage shot GUS was happy with the traveling Hudson scored 14 points each, and figures. Harold Chandler led with 19
for the final winning basket.At call. "Oh boy he turned it over Harold Chandler scored 10 points. points, Wendell Hudson had 16.
the 27 second mark however, said one calm Ian as Carter was called Forward David Johnson led GHS Eugene Blye and Pedro Carter
ofTt BHS's Pedro Carter was called for for traveling."I with 19 points, but was less effectiveIn scored 11 points each.
traveling. As Carter stopped dribbling knew he'd make it. He's been the late going as he carried four Hudson and Marvin Lane had 7 rebounds
IL he apparently moved his pivot there before," said GHS Coach fouls. Terry Lee scored 16 jpoints each, Chandler 6. Eugene
$1 foot as he put the basketball above Brent Wellman who led the Hurricanes and Keith Brown 12 points. Blye had seven assists to go with his

I his head to pass it. to their first 20 win season in lr.dh.rf High' I 0 224 44 11 points. .
GHS gave the basketball to guard a decade. 0.1.11I.High It n '2 II MOrorMord Or.rH.rd High 0 II 21 "
HI IS lapis Season. .... '. ...... ,,. Ie''".W.I,Hleh a II U II 53
.. Terry Lee who drove the middleof "Unfortunately, it should have High John .2. Oh .
up ....... .. .... Oraarort. Highs Jehu tarry I 0-1. lugono II,
BUS point guard John Berry fins It up against Vanguard. An the BHS 3-2 defense and attempted never come to that," Coach 1-0/0-14." /"'., .Monrln c.l... .1/1.1.O-l/O-IO.H.roM W..d.lHd.. Chondl.r. I-4/4-II, ....... Carter ...n.", Wondoll.. Mud....

anticipated rematch with the Knights failed to materialize for the to put up a shot from the base Wellman said. "We got .-.".... Hocy Jmklm 1''/'.1. Train' II,. 1+1.T.t.In 4 7.1/1-14.....n....Mor Truln,.,ln.,,,...1-S/2-S. .-0Harold Ch...,. town Chandlor I.0-1,
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Tornadoes when they fell to Gainesville High In the semi-finals of the line. Tornado center Wendell Hudson lackadaisical, and they got back into 14441444.Oolnnvllr.. ..... ....,_k.... .112....Tonlil 1I7/14-7J..
up and knocked the the game. I'd much rather win a Nigh DIM 10-4 Tony l. ,.... .........N.I.,
dlhtrk t tournament. step ..'.2/..-... Oovld. MI... .-,/,..I'. IC..'", ',.w. W.lr High' M.or| Mill.1.2/1.12
in the air and was game in the first half than in over """"-/2. t.... ........ 1...., Arthur Onmm '."'.1. 0/1-1, Mol McMiM .J-l/1-7. QutMMIn '..."l
whistled for a foul with six: seconds time." P,.d Titus MAM. Ch.d Idem.1... .ob..1 Hick. 4/4-11, ...LI.h...,'.' '0/:10-12.:



. Tornado Runners Place First in Tri-meet vs. KHHS and P.1(. Yonge


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Bradford oval V.5r.wn. KHI. 7:<1.71. 2 Mil. Own 11) ... tn-meet on the High Mara '..,. 1)) OHI/ (Aurlllo Wllllom.. Sh.sW .... Kino. KNS ",I.| 1))McOrMtl, KHI 17.M.It. OHO or*". Orhaf OHO "'.._... a...... OHO, 0 0"|5))Zattlar, PKV.TV.110Vd 440-Vd Do.hl 1)) M.nlnlu... OHI 40.Iti 2))
Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 28, with IIII.... K.".. K.lly. Orldgri Hold.r, ) 04.4.| 2))PKV Mil. ..l.. "t I) OHO (Kim Hampton. "..... K.llf. WlIII_.OTIO. John Upar TTf High.........1))TfraiM Oa.d...Sill 17.07)) l.A.r.. PKV.41.Oi 1)) And..laa, Sits 44 111 4))Wot-
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S,21.noVd. ...... ..... _.. ..SChwl....... PKY. ItlOOll ,..... ,
third place.In .. ....... llrkklond KHI IT11/". q4... OHO "'..W.rCi..n .. OHI. l'ir.Trl.1. OHI Ol 1))W IIN5,02.451. 4)) lorry Oran, 1)) A.O' PKV
the boys meet PKY was second K.".. K.llr D,OHI hi I,)20.7, II) 0 Wllllom..Hu>b.rd.OHO.KHI.17"Oil.:7 2)) ,. WIII..... 11')./,". ......y Moil..y II't'A" Jumail' 1))Chrl.Dmklm, OHI. 400" 1)) KallhJankta. .".. Oil4.04.440Vd 2,27.41| 4))O..h..... KHI. 1,27.27.see .
| 4)) .
with 56 points, Keystone was third K.llh Jankln.51'246'. .,ISIS rr"l 1)) Ilmm,T.yk.. OHI.340"| 4)) I.4.y l I) OHO (tS.ds.Y Mor4o,. K.llh Track Pap HA .

with 24 points. .
BUS girls and Santa Fe tied for 5th
place with 40 points out of 10 teams
Feb. 25 in the Buchholz Bobcat Invitational
In the boys division BIIS '

was teams.7th with 21 points out of 12 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS'

The BHS runners are coming
along, says Coach George Loper. A
lot of young kids are out; there will
be a good bit of rebuilding, says
Coach Loper, but the students are

eager.Upcoming... USED CARS & TRUCKS


This Saturday March 4, BHS goesto
the Interlachen Ram Relays.

a.m.Preliminaries and will last and into finals the start afternoon.at 10 HAVE: : !
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Gainesville High and North Marion I 'Ilv' 15 'tt
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Tri-Meet: Results:

The Girls results:
Shot Pull I) Aurlll. Wllllom.. OHI. II,,". 2))Monlouo '
Vllllomt.OHI 2"'/";3))P.Horpor.KHI.II10',, U.S. 3d SOUTH
4)0) .'.own.KM!.14'''%'.Oth.r OHI Ihrowor.. who
did not pl.' '.' 0.11. Icon 111'. D.... Holldoy.

an1OI.CU.I 1)) A.lorn.. IC.... Ol'IO', 2)) .Monlquo'
Wllllom./ OHI 71'7-1,3))P.H.......KHI 71'4 :4))0.11. Across from Walmart CenterOPEN
Icon OHI. 4.I" Olh.r Sits ,..1... 0..... Holiday
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High JumpI) A 0.....'. OHI. .'10", 2)) Aurlllo
William.. OHI 40', 3)) Chri..'. Horr.ll OHI..'2'' 4))

'.m.n.long Jump1)Tannant).K OHI Dalho. 4 r.. KHI. "'2". 2)) Kim' Hampton Monday Friday 8:00 a.m. til 5:30: p.m.; Saturday 8:00: a.m. til ???
OHI 14 r', 1)) Allroblo.. PKV. 140, 4)) Orldgot'
Holdw OHI 111".
Trlpl' Jump 1))Kim Hampton. INS 114.2)).51,11..
Pity SI'''". 2)M.W.Ik.r.> PKV 211, 4)) Sh......
Will..... OHI 17 4110.Yd "
High' Hurdlo.1 1)) ,.,.. Klttl.' .. OHI 11 01..
100.Motor Do.hi 11) ...,,,11. William.' OKI. 11.W. 2))
..,..>. Willi.,.. OHI. .II 10, 3)) Kim Hamplon OHI
II 111\ 4)) A"..bl... Pill II If. Oth. Sits ".Ih...
Monk William. 14.41. TRUCKS
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BHS Tennis Ford Anything



Season OpensThe Chevys from S


BUS tennis team now has two '
matches under its belts and the boys 2x2's 4x4fs ExecutiveDua1ies '

are 2-0 while the younger ladies
team is (02.
The guys took a 4-3 decision over toAWork
Fernandina Beach at Amelia Island / ,
Plantation Feb. 24, then defeated
Palatka by an identical score Feb. 28 Broncos
in Palatka. S Car.
The team now has two home mat
ches hosting Live Oak Tuesday,
March 7 and Middleburg on March 8 .
in a makeup of a match postponedby

The rain.week's winners for the guys BIGGEST USED
included top seed Kirby'Jo INVENTORYClyde
Hildebran, 8-1 over FHS's William
Bailey and 8-4 over Palatka's Jack

9-7 Giddens over;John second Stilwell seed Mark and Shuford 8-6 over or Byron Has Ever Had! !

Lance Aired
; Richard Smith, an 8-2
win over PHS's Justin Morgan.
Hildebran and Shuford, the top
seeded BUS doubles team, beat
FHS's Bailey and Woods 8-4, then
beat Giddens and Morgan of Palatka.
8-1. INSTANT FINANCING
BHS's Chad Welch and Richard
Smith got one doubles win at the
number two positions, an 8-1 victoryover
Stillwell and Gibbs of FHS. WITH APPROVED CREDIT
"Another good win at Palatka,"
BUS Head Coach Jerry McGriff oBHBHHHoHoBoiHri .iiBBH.i
commented. "Everyone got to play
and gain experience.: This weekend all reasonable offers will be accepted on
Strickland any
Jill was the lone winner
I for the Lady Tornado team against new or used unit. Highest Prices Paid For Your Trade-In.
Palatka at the number three position
although both Sophia Fanton
and Dianne Starling took wins In ex: .

hibition Strickland matches.defeated Wendy TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Mussollne 8-3. Fanton beat .
Stephanie Ellison 8-4 and Starling
defeated Debbie Edison 8-6.
Maya Cruz was one of two winnersfor 964-720O: 473-FORD
BUS against FHS, defeating ._ Starke 371-1096 388-FORD #
Jeannie Shrouds 8-1 on court three. .Jacksonville' Keystone Hgts
Fanton picked up her first win of the 209 W. MadmenGainesville State l
Roaci,21.wn
season with an 8-2 win over Amy : .
Adams and BHS's Terri Crawford

beat Lindy Anderson 8-1..in.another. .
exhibition match.


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Twenty Years at BMS! ... I 964-5764


have Six been members wIth the of the school Middle from School:Its faculty and staff head, Mary Gissy school secretary Carolyn Dyal '
I bt'ghming to 196$.
The six old timers' are: (I Ito r) health science teacher George Loper department head and r'

teacher Julia Griffls Social Studies teacheTand Dept physical cafeteria worker.education teacher and Margaret Diggs I




I 20-Year Veterans Honored at BMSby



Joe Glssy no cafeteria and no gymnasium. separated only by sections of
BCT Staff Writer Lunches were by satelite, broughtover moveable 'blackboards' which were

Six members of the Middle School from the VocationalTechnicalschool metal panels, on casters, and writ-
faculty and staff have been with the adjacent,which was teaching ten on with water color markers. 1/2x11-Ream
school from its beginning in 1968, classes in restaurant and cafeteria The metal walls were also used for We Have A LargeSelection
when it was an experiment in the management at the time. display panels.
open classroom concept. Satellite lunches were also takento BOND

BMS Principal John Mazella com- Hampton and Brooker, from Vo- The school was designed for a
plimented the six, and presented Tech, in those days. Margaret capacity of around 700, and with the of RIBBONS
plaques to each in appreciation of Diggs, one of the six honorees, was a walls added, that was reduced to 640. PAPERFor
their years of loyal service, noting member of the team providing the At one time 1,046 students were in at-

that they have served under several lunches.It tendence. Enrollment now Is 720, Office Machines In $4.50
principals through the "and was several years before the but, according to Principal Mazella, t r, reg.
rears ,
have survived them all. classroom area was partitioned Into enrollment is expected to increase c, Stock or We Can Order

Opening In the fall of 1968, before it separate rooms, as it is now. In the again in future years. This current and Get Your Order NOW $
was fully completed, the school had beginning, students lounged or were year is the lowest enrollment on ON 398 (
seated In groups In the open areas. record so far. Quickly!
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I Track Teams Place First.
.. from pare 10A
RENT A FAX Machine
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121,4. 0. I) (toggle lh.MI.14. iMi II Mi I) Coach
says Loper. BUS results are
0..11I.. P.Y. 14 4*, J) And. I... IHt. It It, 4)) listed. Boys Results: For
D.O.'.".. KHS, 19.U.t Oeteitce $
Mat Putt Wlllleim WO"
Mil.Hum IJ.Orur.PS,. ",...111 1))Com W.id. Girls results: Dl....1))CI.....Wllllaim' 1110"It...Thorntonwr.
INS,IliU 111), )terry 0'....tut, II,...,.t4)w) ,he. HIM Pun I)ManIa. WlllteM UtVt". 0...,,.Boll j| As Little 45/MO.
114S. 11111.21. .. ..... .,. ... .
ti .hr ...lint time xnr. It 1'A". ( JWK.I 4)) Chrl. OlnklM' Ifr. Tinny T...
Mil....... .,., ,... ,. ..... ...
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Timmy.To., .... Chr!.Olnklni' ) t.4t.I7| 1))My 4.21 M, Un|Jumpi I)Kin Hwiwte *I4'4%"|arieael H le., Triple Jump.1))Ch".DMIni' 41't'l 4))Timmy,....' 5
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3))Km ,16 M.Bobcat In". triivb-
Trlpl.Jung.1))Kim ttampMn.II'.'*". )..Meter Delhi rvvlnSI iowm II,..,Tarn raalera'
Meet: II.Y4 Hlk' ....nII...4)T....Nlnto*".... n.... WE FAX YOUR
Many of these athletes have IM-IIWMm 1)) Kim Hamate* 19.14.IMC ItOO Mr Row 4))lorry Otaee||M..'.
Just MaMf um 6)).._Tan nt 0,01.32.. 4 ky On* eleyl. 4)) IHt ".7 (M....,. flocunt.Cleience MESSAGE ANYWHERE.M
come out of basketball and wrestl- 440 Mari 1)) Ht.4 14(UniweM William..KMliM WlIII,..Tinny Taylor. Ctlrl Dlnhlni' ).
ing, and were performing Saturday Kelly. IHdgM Hole*. Kin HeMeii)I. 400 MMw Deohl Tom.'0011....44."'.
for the first time. Also, the bitter 44C D..hl 7)) I1.._. William 74."l I') Delia 040 Motor torn Tyrene tendon liJl, .I. Mete in the world ....
Ic.H. It.... Tho",..lilt.4*. ,
cold weather was a factor, says 00 NMe.Hum 9))ChI....H.n 111,11.17. 100 MMw Delhi Mamie tlcxum I'.'..Ton IriiHord) I while wait.Have.
Coach George Loper.It MO_..0,0,Dalle IMH 11.10. 27.... you .
will take them two or three 9100 ftMeni.1)).._foment 13.14.11. 9100 MMw....6))lorry One I Ii04.M.
weeks to get into IMO Mats ...... 3)) BH* 4iKO (K..|.. Kally.rldaM MIN' ......4)) IHI IH"(CIe,_.WIIII,...Timmy
running shape, Holdw, Kim Hemptee. ChrllMe.......1)). '....,.Tyrerte tender*.Chrlc 01.1,1' ..). !
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I BUS Golfers Win Invitational at Flagler ;rz


Tornado golfers won the Russell Palatka High's Bill Hardin shot a 77 get to play much this year, but will KM. rNi
Memorial Invitational in Flagler- for the low score. Ed Douglas was help out in the future Sexton says. i iI
Palm Coast this past Friday, March second low medalist. I.

22.Bradford Coach Sexton says he decided to
High shot a team score Golfers Return... stick with the golf team despite be- :$lAfir
of 330 in the 18-hole, par-72 in the The BHS golf team is composed of ing the new BHS athletic director. 40 _
Palm Harbor Golf Course. essentially the same members as "Yes,it Is,"Sexton said,when askedif
Senior letterman Ed Douglas led last year.Bill the athletic directorship is takingup
BHS with a 79. He was followed by Hamilton has just joined the a good bit of his time. -
;
Mark Murray with an 81. The other team finishing the wrestling season. _
golfers, Link Bishop, Chris Simmons There Is one new member, Upcoming... i '
and David Elder,all shot 85's, freshman Evan Douglas, Today (Thursday, March 2) BHS ,
although only two of those scores Todd Gillenwaters, who graduate travels to Gainesville to face :
counted. The team score is figuredby last year. Buchholz High.
i
adding up the four lowest scores. "We looking for a couple of young Next Tuesday March 7, BHS has a ,/
Stagier-Palm Coast team was second golfers to help us out in the future, tri-match at home with Orange Park
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at 337. Palatka High shot 348. says Coach Mike Sexton. They won't and Palatka. >-.r-'' a' ";



I Weightlifters Defeat Union County 53-23 i

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Tornado weight lifters beat Union Thomas McCutchen, Don McDavid, The Feb:-22 B HS match results, by <
County 53-23 in their first match of Roland Schafer and John O. place, are: j
the season Feb. 22. Williams. ji

Senior Jr. Acevedo broke his own I)Ju..., .vooo ...._... i'
BHS Coach Lanier Clyatt has 18 clean and jerk record by 15 poundsin lJ.dlCrow<.... 110.'..-... :
lettermen returning from a squad the opening match, going up from I)Clyd.Quito OotM nt.MO.41l i ilCkrli J TYPEWRITERS CASH

that saw several of its members 285 to 300 pounds. Acevedo lifted 355 1))IIH__* _1M-I40.40 UI-... J< CALCULATORS
qualify for the state match last pounds in the bench press for a totalof DorwIHonlHo) 1U.I44-4IO i Brother REGISTERS .
Victor CasioSwintec
season. Returning lettermen are Jr. 355-300-655 pounds to lead BUS. 1).__.... 0-44.4tl i
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1))AI law ''- ''''I Smith Corona .
BHS lifters
Acevedo, Gary Don Brewer, Clyde have matches on 1))Tronnoll Jonoo MO-ni.471 ( Mercury
DeSue, Chris Durban,Bill Hamilton, Wednesdays, too late to get into The 3))KoMil.niy. oo-_... Swintec Sale O Texas Instrument
Brad Hamilton, Robert Hankerson Telegraph. until the following week. I)DorrM.... 144-120.401 j' On 259

Leon Jackson, Keith Jenkins, Al March 2 the BHS team traveled to 1)J)) .... 13I- ''-_ J SHARP
Jones, Keith Linzy, Derrick Long, Middleburff High. I)MM O.Wlllloni _" 1I -,,, Rent Day or Week Call For Price on CALCULATORUSED

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I Dixie Youth Baseball Deadline ApproachingNext .z1 j 4IBM SELECTRIC 1O 8 Dept.Dept.Royal Sanyo On Sale


Thursday, March 9, is the posted March 10 at Pratt Street'' coaches. J ON SALE... & Others No.Model 1197lV 69.93

deadline to sign for up Dixie Youth Center and the Recreation office, or Uniforms will be provided by the .1 /
and Dixie Boys baseball sponsoredby call 964-6792 March 10 from 8:30: a.m. Recreation Department about a : -.-
the Starke Recreation Depart- to noon and 1-5 p.m.to find out which week before the season starts. J I

ment.To sign up or for more Informa- team Dixie your Boys child, ages is on.13-14, will practice and Fee: $25.Pants Players and will keep shirts :. The Cordless with difference.
caps. stirrups belong a
tion, go by or call the Rec Depart March 13-15 from 3:30-4 p.m. at to the Rec Dept.Players will receivea J
ment 964-6792. Edwards Road. The draft is set
phone refund _
March and will be $10 when pants and stirrups 1
Wednesday 15, Full Cordless withAnyroom'
returned. power Cradle
are Anyroom Recharge
Clinics are set March 6-9 for Dixie posted March 10. j Recharge Cradle
Youth teams at Pratt Street Field. The season is scheduled to begin A player must provide his/her own Allows you an extension .;
Minor League, ages 7-10, will prac- approximately April 17, after Spring glove and shoes. Tennis shoes or : and factory-set Anti-Piracy phone in any room with
tice from 3:15-4: Dixie Majors, Break, and will end some time in rubber cleats may be worn in Dixie System 110V AC outlet.No phone '
will p.m. from 4:15-5 June, about the time school is out. Youth Leagues. Rubber cleats are j jack needed for cradle.
ages 11-12, practice Schedules will be out .Touch Ton*or puihDutlon Pulwi dialing
for Dixie
p.m. The draft is set March 9 and given by required Boys play. .Ocwlouch, RiHjiiU ol Iwt numlxir" diulsdo

Fl.ifth function, lor..._to onhoncod
I ISoftball Organizational Meeting Set March 27 loUtpnono! company wrvicotRuplicuubto

101,142.24 balM,Includud
The second organizational Any new information concerning Monday, March 27: meet in the ;
meeting Is set March 27 for the 1989 ASA should be available then.If Rec Department (the old armory L L
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unable to attend, please send a across from the high school).
softball season, sponsored by the 4
I representative or call the Recrea- Women's League, 7 Men and Anyroom"'Rvctlargo Cradl I'I
Starke Recreation Department. p.m.; i}
team March to enter 27 is the the final league.' date League for a tion the Department Interest in,participating 9644792, to informof in the Men's Church League, 7:30 p.m.I J" or ond wall baa,mounlabl unit. "do.h [ I\ ,I [ t11 I I 11.4431132 / '

fees,due dates,etc.willbe finalized. league. I


I Protests Over Ellerbee Landfill Mounting J .REO. 108.95 84.95 .... ONE MIDI YEAR ,

from page SA SALE ....0.1.11.11__

proposed lined Doug Wilkinson, who lives half a plenty of time to take a good look at -. .- .-- "
any of you live to the mile from the proposed site, says "I the commercial landfill in Duval : OC w.bring oood Hung lo HI*.
landfill he Mid. don't believe this !b the only solution.I County, if their schedule is to open in 'i- CE Witnngaoodiliinatlolil*.

"I can't see giving the prisons free believe there Is a better way." No the fall of 1989.Permitting Beeperless Remote Control Deluxe Desk or

waste disposal for five years," said alternative "better way" was offered Wall Mount Extension
been by the opposition.. Is not yet accomplished Answering System
Johnny Griffis. It has pointedout
and residents of Duval county _'
by the association members that Chairman Griffis stated, "We'renot Phone
will be Just setting back. We (the com- have started a protest movementalso.
no free garbage DOC disposal has donated land mission) have been worrying about It Is quite possible that Duval r'
given to DOC.
will wastes from ONCEYEAR0..4M.0MM.11.
this thing for a long time/ prohibit
value in
valued and outside
at$200 000 a Just
waste disposal' services will be writ- The scheduled opening for the tri- their county to be brought In, .
November 1990 Darabl. one of the same points '
five county landfill Is ac- says '
a
ten off in that amount over
being made by the Union Answering tyN.m
cording to Engineer Darabl. This County op ,
year period $40,000 per year, plus position. 01414 supe vox 0'M
the
time table will give association
Interest, for flv. years. mbMO.u.N..yas olUi 11 SMpwIaM|*mol ww C+Va00M Mount -
Control Function*(ram any Touth-Ton pnono.Of 3a. G ,

Pave. lar*total ramow control wilt 2tt uar Mltelabl*ucurlty
frD- PV 1A cod**.F* ura a GE* clunv*.Import wit Call Bruf. Touch-Too*OMIna.*Ton todMok confirm*Mctinumb
Dr. Rubin asked the count commissioners ? moving the existing- house at this Council, Mar. 7. If rezoning is ap- Inrough"*.Allow only pcopM will)a coda you paw tnam.to */hub..nelWd.Olw-IOO2.RWW of)lul numlwr
adjoining' time. proved as requested county com- nng through+*/llolnarclr mtnwpq.DuYm11rooal.dRlnq I Icauetla Votunw/ control.Extra lono.W lundMl corj.Muring .
to purchase Dr. Rubin told the SBOA that missioners will then be responsible ylam provide)HenlbiMly m recording outgoing and! AM compMtbta. eorwlructkm and Quality.
property to the present clinic boughtthe for grant funds will be enough to construct for meeting the requirements laid when'calling Incoming/ mauaga parly*hang.Super up.VOX flu*automatically...Carl Screening dwconnecu Momlor.OnaToiKhOMrMonArHtouncenwHilBypaaa' eomporwnta provkM ruH found p.rtorm no*end Mover ablIety'
parkine.: The commissioners the building,but there will not down by the SBOA. <',turn 60.12.0 Urn*.Btclwd by OC'i lull two-yaw warranty."
house and lot. doed not be enough money left over for pave 'The city council does not review 0 lira macnina on from a r.mot.location,and mora.FCC, fCC raglaiond. I
Dr.Rubin Mid the county lot because ing the parking lot, and he fears the decisions by the SBOA. If county i Begl.lred. REQ. 120,06 ,'O-MT.w, ,Tw I
plan to pave the parking paving restriction will cause the loss commissioners do not comply with } 99.00 24.95
Installationof. '
to do 10 will require the and there Isn't of the grant. the SBOA requirements, they,will SALE _130..0.411_ _SALE
a retention pond, moving the The nxfstep; Is lor'the zoning re- have to seek relief through the
pond! without
pace for a Isn't interested in quest to. be heard by the Starke courts.
house..The county

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Veterans Group Lauds WEAG Radio I

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Ttarke Memorial Post 1016 tide and facilities In support of the The award was presented by
Veterans of Foreign Wars VFW), VFW and its Americanism pro- Bradford Memorial Post 1016 Commander
presented an Americanism award to grams." David Barber and Robert
radio station WEAG and station Troiano, District 14 CommanderVFW
F AM : )oralk manager Terry Vaughan, and Ben "It is a pleasure to help promote
fM. .i
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Dickerson, owner of WEAG. VFW activities says Vaughan.
Vaughan, also known as "Scott in "They are real American heroes accompanied by Martin
the Morning", and station WEAG who were willing to serve on foreignsoil Smith, Surgeon, Post 1010 and
MI were cited 'with sincere appreciation to preserve our American Robert Hmkin! Public Relations
of your KPIMM''>" H hut ion ofVito's freedoms." Director for the post


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... ... YVIT1 .. ..... ...-.... relocated license is required since he has )liquor:? lot and mix it with their own SBOA member Orian Wells movedto
to Deerfoot ,
Village. grant the request, restricting ap-
Terry Vaughan Honored by VFW... Presenting the award Is David Barber, Post Commander SBOA Chairman Claire Capps Otis McKinney and Tom Smith proval to wine and beer by the drink,
read a letter from Louise Sterns, came to the podium to the only. Member Sam Bassett seconded -
Terry Vaughan of radio station WKAG, also knownas Looking on are Martin Smith Surgeon Post support
"Scott In The Morning", receives an Americanism 1016. Ben Dickerson, owner of station W"A(., Robert who lives on adjacent property, ob- request, saying beer goes well with the motion.In .
Award from Bradford Memorial Post 1016, VKW. Troiano. Commander District 14, VFW, and Robert ,ecting to the liquor license,saying, pizza, and wine improves a spaghetti -
Ilinkln Public Relations Director, Post 1016. Patrons can carry drinks into the. dinner. the 4-1 vote, Denmark opposed ,

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Jail from p.1A)

4-0 to reject the request for rezoningthe
jail property.The .
rezoning issue will now go
before the Starke Council Tuesday
Mar. 7, for final decision. The council
may agree with the Zoning D. rID
Board, leaving the jail in a non-
compliance situation, or overridethe
Zoning Board and approve the
request for reclassification to RP

Further Complications...
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
told the SBOA that it must considerthe
for variance and
request a
.. .
special exception: to allow for a jail .. '" -
on the site, since the Zoning Board --
may be overruled by the City Coun- ,
cil, even though the Zoning Board I
will send the request forward with a THE '
recommendation to deny.
If the rezoning is approved and the I I
new frame building is moved to the OFFICE
lot, it will exceed: setbacks by one
foot on the side and 7 feet on an end, SHOP :
requiring a variance in order to

comply Use with Plan the, under ComprehensiveLand an RP lio w. Call> St. Co-.l' ra

classification. A special exception Is Starke
required to operate a jail on the site.
Board Member Orian Wells askedif ,: 964-5764 _
the new building could be situated
behind the courthouse?
Sheriff Etheridge said the jail has
been on the site since 1951,and it will
cost more to operate a separate
facility, more especially since it
does not have kitchen facilities.
Before discussions really got
under way, SBOA Member Sam
Bassett said, "I'm going on recordas
opposing it."
Wells said, "I'd like to go on
record opposing it,but I can understand oo ooo o I U '
the commissioner's position." it
Hardenbrook returned to the i. 1.
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p 00 NA. .
podium to repeat his reasons for opposing -
the jail, saying, "Not one I.
commissioner saw fit to come down 1
here. It isn't Ken's request, it's the
commissioners. Pratt Street isn't 1I
the place for a jail any longer. It I
may have been built there because it
was near to (former sheriff) P.D.
Reddish's. house." I IW Iv
Resident Ed Callahan came to the
podium to register his opposition to !
the jail, but admitted the jail was r.
there before he came to Starke. '" 1
John Walker said he pre-dates the
jail, complaining that parking is
aleady a problem, and will only get SAVE UP TO SAVE UP TO

worse.SBOA Member Ken Teal asked 63 % I SAVE :| 49 % SAVE %TO SAVE R
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Etheridge" "What do you want us to 5 46%
do? Padded Style
Etheridge said, "I want you to approve PlasticFile Avery Popular Colors & Sizes Sjvrjvv
and let us get on with buildinga Pads
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voted to disallow the request for a

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order to override the Board of SAVER 33 % I
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.I Groundbreaking Ceremonies

Field For New Camp Blanding


Brigade Headquarters

By Mark Friedlin. BCT Staff Writer
Ground was broken last week for a new Brigade Headquarters com-
plex at the Florida National Guard facility at Camp Blanding.The .
12-bulldlng complex will occupy 12 buildings on a 10.3 acre
portion of land within the facility at a cost of over$1.5 million.
The complex will Include a headquarters building a company ad-
ministrative and supply building a dining facility and nine officer
and enlisted personnel barracks. '
The project Is under contract to Newman Construction Company of
Jacksonville and Is scheduled for completion December 23 1989.
\ The $1.511.300 Is being paid by the Federal Government which Lt. Lj I
Col Kent Petell Facilities Manager at Camp Blanding described as _
"one more example of the government's strong support of his rapidly _
I growing facility. _
I "We have seen a big surge In growth here at Camp Blanding, more .
_.. _._ .... _
AJ w "' '
then $20 million In the past two years alone Petell told a crowd of '-- : = W *' ": --

visiting local and military officials at the groundbreaking ceremony. More Growth at Camp Blanding... Kent peteu .CoL William Kazdraa,Tom Miller,Li.Col.James E.Rogers,MaJ.
"The size of our firing ranges have doubled and the number of Jobs we
have. been able to support here have Increased as well. A military Official prewnt for but week grounbrMklng ceremonies for a new Brigade Ceo.Robert F.Ennlln Rep.Chance Irvine,Carry McIntyre Dolphiu Newman, I
Headquarter complex Included,from left to right Major Mike Adam,Lt.Col. Chuck Clbb,CoL Donald Power and Col.Karl J.Swiniiull.
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II Bass Tagging Operations Begin in Local LakesFisheries r R.U.Su-El's.......'I Community Retirement Community. ,.....n' ND....

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scientists from the Commission scientists would like research will anect the long range a good day only percent of the bass ,,_N SIkEra WS aro It.ntaAASSIISdOrouUCa "
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission fishermen to read each tag and fish management goals for these population is picked up, leaving 97 Nu.,. wall. lowaI s.1 -toIIAla.airiissk.0ull1 ...
will be collecting and tagging report the tag number and locationof lakes and similar lakes around the percent for the bass population un- I..J .rr.n1.ww.a ..0111.-..4Ib. wprulol.AnanHa.rmryw..M .
black x1115 wib a .. ........._.
largemouth bass from each fish to the Commission'sLake state. distrubed. Some fish have been w.;Iv... .
Rowell and Sampson lakes during City Regional Office The To collect the fish for tagging, caught one to two days after being [ iN Ir npaul.lo6. .. ..Ii trr.loDdal.
February and March. number u E6Iw.alwaou.lro .......dIV..S15Irvlo.s ..
is located on the tag. scientists sample the population in ..,ii id and Iwndry ,, laundry
The slender plastic tags are attached the spring because it is the most efficient tagg.This wtt a 24 M. long wmstay.Clflllildnurlnlng
The fish will be collected to learn to the back of each time to collect fish on the is one program where the ,cs a,"""ni _L."III lid,CPA
more about bass movement in largemouth bass between the tail shoreline. Bass are collected with an average fisherman can have a direct ;z?: 1468-2619J ttLrdrifl
h)drilla infested lakes and to and back fin. Although the tags are "electrofishing boat" which createsan benefit on the success of the study. I mile South S.R. 32S. FL Sue Lett Walker
'stablish management plans for yellow when they are attached, they electrical field in front of the boat Fishermen can call the information on Hampton.
hese areas. quickly become camoulfaged by that momentarily stuns the fish. into the Lake City Office or mail information -
green algae growth and are difficultto When scientists "shock" the lake and tags to: Game and WINNING TENNIS INSTRUCTION
Since fisheries scientists are only see. with an electrofishing boat, they only Fresh Water Fish Commission, P.O.
nterested in the movement patterns'i Accurate reporting of tag information affect fish that are immediately in Box 1903, Eustis, Fla., 32727-1903. $10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for $5
the fish, fishermen that catch a by fishermen is very importantto front of the boat."Shocking" The Lake City Office phone each Students include members of KHHS
'igged fish can either release theh the overall study on Rowell and does not create problems number is (904) 751H>52S.Contact Officer -
or keep it. Whether the fish is Sampson Lakes. The results of the for the fishermen, as even on Dewey A. Weaver. teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305

kept or released, however. Game


EmploymentWorkshop I ,:




Winn-Dixie-

Set at RJEThe II I I'


local NAACP Chapter spon-
,"red its First Annual Employment
\\ orkshop in celebration of Black
History :Month on Saturday, Feb. 18.
Young people from the age of 13 to 18
'A ere invited to attend the workshopand
learn some to improve /
II'
sills
heir t employability PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: 'BEEF j

STARKE .
This 02S WALNUT BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER-DELI PHONE:M4-S913
event brought together people UNTRIMMED WHOLE or
from such career backgroundsas
business, social services, law enforcement YOU ARE NOT HALF SLICED FREESATISFIED
,counseling,nursing,etc., I 0000IF
to pool their skills in helping prepareour
young people for the job market. ,

NEITHER ARE WE!EMSEMIBONELESS

The workshop, held at the RJE SATISFACTION ;
g)m, began with a welcome and WE WILL REPLACE ANY
general overview from local chapter YOU ARE NOT
offices Waldo Police Chief Joseph GUARANTEED RETURN YOUR PURC ASEIPRICE.
Kiser and
Lt. Austin McLeod.
students then divided into groups
.md each attended five concurrent
-fusions, which included filling out
WE SELL
cib applications; job interviews I i $
.nd II; job etiquette; and how to exit $995
< job Also on hand were job related
Audiovisual presentations, a
representative to help with applications '
for social security cards and a ONLY -
display on Black History.


Some 30 participants were on handto 12-16

make success.the chilly At the morning's close of eventsa the U 5 LB. LB. AVG.

workshop, each participant was
given a certificate and asked to fill U
US CHOICE WHOLE Of HALF UNTRIMME
out an evaluation of the morning's
activities. These evaluations were BONELESS RIBEYESEVELNl L& 395
very positive and many expressedthe
desire to attend another such CHOICE
workshop. Thus encouraging the __
local chapter to look forward to a
bigger and better workshop next KITCHEN COLLECTABLES5P
)ear.

BEEF. Coordinated AenuoriM
*
Pl.c.Selling. 99 Also Av.ll.bl... .
Farmers & Wildlife R a.6 St i.Ili.Pi.r For Duil.
Benefit from CRPIn Only .t+o a Slut Your Collection Todwt! ,

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1985 Congress passed a bill to Intheflghfag "
help this country's ailing farmers, can make
and now the bill is viewed as a Up" program I
tremendous aid to wildlife and
get the fresh
farmers. 1 17 UPDCIVEfOimCJUMETO a success.
The bill created the Conservation "even up" I
I
Reserve Program whereby farmers collected will
can receive an annual payment for
taking highly erodible farmland out FEED TXC Human. items for the
of production and planting it in some
type of cover for wildlife.
This year, the program was expanded
to allow farmers to take
farmed wetlands and areas adjacentto
wetlandsareas known as filter
stripsout of crop production, said
Morgan Richardson, a Game &
Fresh Water Fish Commission
wildlife biologist.
Richardson said the CRP is administered
by the Agricultural I
Stabilization and Conservation Ser REAL fIT COOKED WHOLE.HALF orCHOFW
vice (ASCS) and Soil Conservation )M MUM MNELESSBARBECUE I I I i
Service (SCS), part of the U.S.Dept.of .

up Agriculture.for CRP He during said farmers enrollment sign PORK( ROAST I I I I l ; .

periods, the latest of which began
Feb. 6 and will end Feb. 24. "
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$
Farmers who contact ASCS or SCS J: 7
about the program have some 14 different -: 31j I

options they can choose from, LB. I I
several of which are of particular I
benefit to wildlife. If the farmer
choose a wildlife option and the site ,I
is approved, a wildlife biologist, from LEMON CHOCOLATE or
the Game & Fresh Water Fish Com- COCONUT BAKERY FRESHMERINGUE BEER"A.
mission will design a managementplan or
for the parcel which might in-
clude planting trees, shrubs and CREME PIES
legumes beneficial to wildlife. Con- ,
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tracts for accepted lands are for 10
S
years. The benefits are excellent. 2 5
Qualifying farmers will receive an !
annual payment per acre to put the I
land in permanent cover and take It FOR
out of crop production. The wildlife
options may be worth up to 185 per o
acre per year. The federal government LOASTE.
:
also will cost-share or pay half
what it costs to put the land in BEEF
vegetative cover up to$60 per acre.
It would be perfectly legitimatefor
farmers with land enrolled in
CRP to lease their hunting rights for $255
additional income. Around HALF '
metropolitan areas, farmers may LB.
get $10 to $12 an acre for hunters
willing to pay for hunting lands.
There are some conditions which MADE FRESH DAILY HAM 0*TURKEY-
apply to CRP lands. Lands acceptedfor FEAST $9 Z9
the program must have been SANDWICHES
utVC.
farmed two years from 1981 through
1985. Also farmers entering CRP 1 EACH THIGHS LEGS BREASTS I
contracts have to fort conservation WINGS SlIORTENrrIG FRIED WITH CHOLESTEROL FREE

plans.During.practices set In theirs SOUTHERN FRIED $449

the past two years, CHICKEN . u. "Ef
farmers, primarily In north Florida, UTTER or OARLIC +
have signed up more than 100,000 NEW LAROe SIZE mtmwm
acres in the CRP,moat of it under an FRESH BAKED $ .
option that allow pine tree planting KNOT ROLLS Ow
to prevent soil erosion.
The ASCS projects that there are
more than 200,000 additional acre of
farmland in northwest Florida that
could qualify for the CRP.
Farmer interested in CRP can PRICES ,t.
contact their county ASCS or SCS office EVERYDAY WW ItW
j
265-3077 or Morgan at the Game Richardson Fresh at Water(904) I II I

Fish Commission's Panama City office I

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... This weekend there will be booth
sales In Starke and Lake Butler.
Watch for locations at Wal-Mart.
NITS 6a11 SccuTCCET1 ,, Community Hardee's. State Bank, Spires and

rtdc'okR; +firs q ; If you ordered cookies the Scouts 1 1v
will be delivering them soon, if you
r. failed to order,give you favorite Girl
a GIRL SCOUTSs Scout call or buy a box or two at Ir 1
7T the booth sales this weekend.For .
speedy delivery call 4963940In
Girl Scout Cookies have arrived in Lake Butler, 431-1785 in Raiford,
northeast Florida and the annual 473-3856 in Keystone Heights or
.sal?\Is on for local Girl Scout Troops. 964-5812 in Starke.

Seven great ECHOChocoul.,.B.ndwbh Cool''si lB-D
.,
SAMOASW5r10.molt cMMIOUfCOOliit0(
reasons to THIN MINTS -M....WlI", ..IUr.'poppe"nt $).D
r Do-si-Dos -.....nul Buttw EindwOiM -o
dhs TAGALONGS -...nut Butler PSNN (\)-0
support the TREFOIL -Old Fashioned Tends Shonbrllcl. (IJ\).t yQ
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allnilutd.
Girl Scouts. CHOCOLATE CHIPS Honey I.D.I rich glued-... (@'D J I


Friendship...
1 Odette Melanie Triable.Janet
Hepburn and Bobble WeMott
explain the World Friendship
theme wing the International
ymbol.

Thinking Day
Bradford Union Girl Scouts
Huns1 observed Thinking Day with a
T. ; Neighborhood Event at the First
4 ( \ I United Methodist Church FellowshipHall
I It Feb. 18.
TIL The International Day was enjoyed
I
: j.;.','',. 11 P.M. by 150 scouts,leaders,parentsand
visitors. A wide game plannedby
wtlrl 0 DIXII II events chairman Laurie Mullins,
QUANTITY RIOHTS let everyone sample songs, games,
FIN =
MdlawllhI Y.Ir :1': 0 00.': ':;O:,S 0 crafts video and food from other
'hK/ne( ")rf countries. Refreshments were very
SELECT LEAN I PRICES GOOD successful. They were prepared by
the troops, all from International
recipes, all very tasty.
THURS.-WED. $55 was donated to the Juliette
Low World Friendship Fund by the
scouts.
Thanks to all the leaders and
THE MARCH FLYER AT scouts for preparing for the event
LOINS YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD and participating. Special thanks to
WINN-DIXIE. FRANKS MAYONNAISE Peg Trimble leading and to Mary
Looney, Lynne Foster, Mary Bott,
I Andrea Abrams, Judy Dukes,
I Carolyn Eaves, and all the Cadettesfor
their special expertise.

I Press Corps
Met In Starke
1 Feb. 25 the Gateway
Saturday
i j SLICED Press Corps with Camp Directors at-
89 99 tended a Media Seminar in Starke at
FREE the Bradford Family Restaurant.The .
Seminar proved to be (unfilled -
, as well as enlightening.
12-02. Melody Gilbert was the Media Talk
14-17 32-OZ. Instructor for the day assisting
LB. Carol DiGusto, PR Director for
LB. AVG.PKG.. JAR Gateway Girl Scouts.
S Crisis management, interviewingfor
SELECT LEAN RIB HALF SLICED FREE TV and newspapers,role playingand

PORK LOINS . La $)147 HICKORY SLICED HOUSE BACON LB. 98C DEEP SQUEEZE SOUTH MUSTARD 69CI when tips dealing for the with correct the media approach were
all on the agenda for the day with
I lunch served at noon.
14, OSCAR MAYER W-O BRAND US. CHOICEWNbLE -- Attending from Starke were
W-D MILD MEDIUM or HOT RED RINDBOLOGNA BEEF BONELESS Carolyn Eaves and Laurie Mullins
Fill
HOG . J58 Your Freezer and from Keystone Heights Kathy
L u a ..
I 4 DELMONKICO Funderburk.
.r..r4I. ., ,
.SAUSAiE -- ,
Alp -4r1/ -
/ SELECT LEAN LOIN H SLICED .-" SNOW ? nv
!r : PORK 3 57 CRAB 5-11 $"ft99I ..... ,.. .
Critical-# < "
I !! ? Motorcylist "
I .-$12-7 LOINS; . . N .'III.! '$ ., cw5Ias'.? ,,'AI' ..:..t.iL -- From Saturday Crash
PREMIUM MADE*-11 LB. PKO. BEEF
LB. FRYER u: $498 A 35-year-old New Jersey man
LEGQUARTERS 48 La. PATTIES . srsc. was critically injured Saturday
FRESH COUNTRY STYLE MILO W HOT ITALIAN La W-DIlRANOI1S.IItIICCIft---! H' night when the motorcycle he was
MARKET GROUND $197 -- -- YOUNO-N-TENDCRGRADE'A' SEMI BONELESS ALL riding struck a pickup truck head-
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SAUSAGE . FRYER $395 BEEF12oHa$2195
u RIB ROAST a La BEEF on.Steven Wentzell aka Edwin
BOSTON t\I T HI&HS WO SRANO US.CMOm BEEF Eugene Shelton was flown by
BUTT $1 57 .::::::-- .;).: ::'i..: BONELESSCHUCK PORK TRAUMA I to University HospitalFeb.
PORK ROAST .: $227' I lf>Ltwe. $980 25 suffering multiple trauma,
. u "
.:: C ROAST La RIBLETS . . according to Paramedics Nelson
FARMSTEAD BONELESS $977 W-O Fuur Green, Steve Futch, Beth Hardee

PORK CHOPS . i u O LB ': $116 HARVESTFRESH and Dan Cuddington.The fleeing a
SPARERIBS" . u motorcycle was
Florida Highway Patrol trooper on
US-301. The vehicle hide behind a
building in town but when spotted by
gVEitYDAY the trooper started south, accordingto
!
LOW PRict Z PRODUCE Trooper W. M. Abrams. About
w --a. three miles south of Starke the cycle
Nature makes the produce. turned northbound in the inside
fjss I 1 I / I WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. southbound traffic lane, accelerating -
h straight' into a south
s bound pickup truck. The truck,
I E rowpaica driven I by James Allen Norman of
< REGULAR Lawtey, attempted to avoid the
1 s VENT VUEPOTATOES crash but was struck head-on and
s PR 1: sideswiped. The driver of the motor-
LOYIA
cycle was ejected landing on the
west shoulder of the roadway, said

a N. Abrams.According to the report.Norman
was not Injured In the 9:30 p.m.acci-
% BAG dent. As of press time Wentzell or
Shelton was In an inducted coma due
to severe head Injuries.Blanding.
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SWISS STYLE $ 00 PRESTIGE $ 78 IC
ARROW 3 I 1 IIMI 2 barracks.
YOGURT ICE C5IEAM. personnel
WINDOW to. . 1M. 7 The project Is under contract to

CLEANER SUPERBRAND 79c STEAK BUNCH Company Newman of Jacksonville Construction and Is

LARGE EGGS . Do OIIE:. FRIES. to 2 =SUE" $109 scheduled for completion
December 23, 1989. The
a 9 go SUPERBRAND 2 $100 c:.: i $1.511.300 Is being paid by the
32-oz. SOUR CREAM sslz't 011; >> '.. 5C*'" > FLORIDA Federal Government which Lt.,
.BTL. ...... ppANGES VALENCIAORANiES Col Kent Petell. Facilities
ARROW SUPERBRANDCOTTAGE 95 ORANGE C Manager at Camp Blanding.
CHEESE $1 1 9 9 described as "one more exampleof
FOAMS $128 JUICE. 1
1 . PIli.ct . the government's strong
support of his rapidly. .growing

MARKETPLACE HEADLESS MEDIUM CALICO ; facility."We have'seen' a.big surge In

PHARMACY. WHITE growth here at Camp Blanding.more .
SCALLOPSROAMNE million In the
SHRIMP !, then $20
U-100
NFH
ENDIVE or C past two years alone, Petell told

CP 310 $589''' ShOD $399 ESCAROLECAMPBELL'S. .-. to a crowd of officials visiting local at and the

INSULIN EACH : : -;- LBL I military groundbreaking ceremony. The

RE H EAFOOO La $108 'size of our firing ranges have
.
FREW MUSHROOMS :4 ,doubled and the number of Job
LO'DOSE SHARlTlV we have been able to'support ,
1'; 1489 GROUPERu$599 $29'9 'YELLOW 'here have Increased as welL A
85c
TENDERLOINS! 1t
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SYRINGES JIi ONIONS EAR 'military budget ,crunch Is
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASE FREE! coming. and It makes 'more
fiscal sense to add units to the f t
I National Guard than to regular'r ,.,



[CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT d! (strong I:the U.S.times and National Army here are: federal tIght.units at Guard Camp commitment That's when In budgetary the Blanding'we see state to a 1)


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I Toll Road Hearings Postponed



"Indefinitely" Due to FinancesFurther

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hearings and corridor posed Jacksonvll1e/'lampa: i turnpikeis north of Middleburg, which is
studies on the proposed Jackson- not included. already under construction.The .
ville/Tampa toll road have been indefinitely Barry Inman, DOT spokesman, toll road through this area of
postponed due to the said: however, that the"general sec North Central Florida- barring
"cash crunch" in the Department of tion"of the"strategic plan"for new future changes in corridorsbegins -
Transportation. No further action is road construction in the next five at Middleburg and terminates in the
planned until at least after the end of years does mention the need for a Crystal River area near Highway 19, ,
this fiscal year on June 30, a DOT turnpike from Jacksonville to the an actual distance of only 90 miles, LtJ
spokesman in Tallahassee said Tampa Bay area, although it is not according to Inman. At this point, \ If \\1
yesterday. shown on the current DOT map the so-called Jax/Tampa turnpike
It was also showing projects planned in five, connects with another turnpike called -
announced
that the
Florida Turnpike Authority will ask ten, ana twenty year stages the North Suncoast Corridor.

the upcoming legislative session to A preliminary economic feasibility The feasibility study made by the 14 More Certified Nursing Assistants Graduate from SFCC Course...
float bonds to support $2.5 billion In study by a New York consultingfirm New York consultants estimatedcost
toll road construction over the next projects that the Jax/Tampa of the Tampa/Jax toll road at Some 75 persons have graduated from the Certified The current graduates (I-rit i
five years, but the North Central toll road would pay for itself, but $385 million. Nursing Assistant's course, taught at the Andrews First row Deborah Cross,Catherine Headley,Maria
Florida segment of the Jax/Tampa unless It finds its way into the five- Center of Santa Fe Community College In the past ltt Belaret,Roisalyn Nichols,Jessie Geiger,Paul Archie,
turnpike was not included year plan, it would not be possible to The New York consultant projected years. and Instructor Millie Hitchcock.
open by 1995, as projected by the that the Jax/Tampa toll road Most have Jobs, and gulte a few go on to become Second row Dr. Bernard McFadden coordinator of
The Florida Turnpike Authoritywill consultant. would produce about $528 million in licensed practical nurses or registered nurses, says Instructor Andrews Center of SFCC; Martha Dell,assistant direc-
ask the upcoming legislative Actually, the term Jacksonville to revenue over 15 years, more than Millie Hitchcock, a retired county health tor of nursing for SFCC; Elaine Durrance Stephanie
session to float bonds to support$2.5 Tampa toll road is a misnomer sinceit enough to meet the state bonding re- nurse. While most graduates work In nursing homes, King,Brad Green,Laura Bowman,Stephanie Starling,
billion in toll road construction over starts with the so-called Brannen quirements, based upon six cents some are doing private duty for elderly persons. Edna Dooling and Linda Fowler.
the next five years, but the North Field/Chaffee Road link from Interstate per mile per passenger car which is
Central Florida portion of the pro- 10 )in .I'fksonville tn luit planned by 1994. -



II State Attorney's Reportfor I



The Bradford Office of the State cannabis, placed on three months armed burglary, grand theft; pled 25 for-grand theft; pled guilty, placed .
receive Lennard B. Register III probation.Charlie. no contest, placed on two years on two years probation.
58 new individual cases Scott arrested Oct. 21 for community control, followed by five Edward Leon Hankerson arrested
and/or felony defendants for prosecution obtaining unemployment compensation years probation. July 19 for aggravated assault, car-
during the month of by fraud; pled no contest, plac- Inmate Carson Calvin Stracke arrested rying concealed firearm; pled no Fisher Marsh Hawk 3V
January, according to Investigator ed on three years probation. Sept.7 for escape, grand theft contest, five years probation.
Wiley Clark. Richard Duane Murray arrested auto; pled guilty, sentenced to 24 Edward J. Kimbrough arrested
Four of the cases were prison July 9 for attempt to commit months DOC, consecutive. June 16; pled guilty, five years pro-
related. murder; pled no contest to attempted Alberta Rochelle arrested March bation.
Information was filed on 30 cases shooting into occupied building, 22 for forgery; pled no contest,placed Ray Richard Sisson arrested June
and the office declined to prosecute placed on two years probation. on one year probation.
16 cases. Sixteen cases were Scott Richard Hamilton arrested Troy Allen George arrested July 8m Page 68Ic1ff
dismissed. There were no jury July 26 for burglary to dwelling,
trials. The office processed one ex- grand theft; pled guilty, placed on ...
tridation and filed five felony ap- three years probation, 11 months

peals.No. county jail.Michael .
judicial action was taken on 12 Paul Aderholt arrested \ ..
cases and 16 violation of probationswere Nov. 25 for maintaining vehicle to Here's a great new
filed. Sixteen pleas of guilty possess controlled substance; insufficient 9. tournament-classiishing
were accepted. evidence as to this defendant '
that will make
boat system your
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Fifty-seven misdemeanor cases Don Hugh Crawford arrested June
were filed and ten prior cases were 21 for throwing deadly missile into fishing more fun than ever. Plus,.you get famous Fisher quality
dismissed by the office in Jan., said occupied vehicle; dismissed, defen- design features and long-lasting value, so you know you get your
Clark. The office declined to prosecute dant pled to other charges. money's worth, and more.
14 cases and one case was Ronald Nathaniel Cooper arrested
dismissed by the court. There were Dec. 11 for grand theft; dismissed, > Complete 1 Rod Savers, T
two nonjury trials and 28 guilty pleas defendant being prosecuted in Instrumentation! Rod Holders!
were accepted. another jurisdiction.Paul Salk Aluminum
Fifteen petitions were filed in Andrew McCloud arrestedOct. Twin Electric LIvewells! Custom-Matched Deluxe
juvenile court. The state attorney 14 and 28 for burglary; cases > Mariner0 40 With Drive-On Trailer!
dismissed two juvenile petitions and dismissed, defendant sentenced on & Const., Inc. Power Trim I
seven received nonjudicial action other charges. '> Plus Much, Much Morel!
ITllflffl! Serving Molroso. Koyttono A Starke .
approval. Six pleas of guilty were McCloud charged with burglary area Mariner Stalker* Electric!
accepted. The state attorney declined August 11 and July 10; cases Since J975' Humminbird TCR 101 Factory Rigged,
the recommendation from HRS dismissed, defendant sentenced on SCREEN PORCHES.PATIO COVERS To Go Fishing!
Ready
Fish Finder!
on five petitions. other charges.Frederick .POOL ENCLOSURES. CARPORTS
The received final Austin arrested
disposition following during cases the month of Nov. 28 for issuing worthless Troy checks .GLASS VINYL WINDOWS 1 Run with the leader.Fisher.No one else even comes close.

January. (Family Dollar Stores, TG&Y); .WOOD CONCRETE DECKS 1 On Sale NoW; Just r e L.
cases dismissed, defendant sentenced .ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLSi1mm @
Chris Douglas Robinson arrested on other charges. $139.36 CpaweredbyMer/ner
Jan. 9, 1986 for grand theft,pled guil- Pernell Wade Williams arrested p
ty and was placed on five years probation May 5 for possession, sale, delivery .. FREE AOR8UAL1TY9 PER MO.
: placed on community con- of controlled substance; dismissed, -
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tori in 1987: arrested Nov.9,1988 for defendant sentenced on other ESTIMATES SAKEfaCALL \.erC, Peilt enI rite' ,
violation of probation VOP), pledno charges. -.i.;,?:.-.-...-.? nuns:: 0.0' .
contest violation of community Williams charged with'possession' It.\ 5.' ,n ,'-un'Tn '3 t.sAIJC.c I OHM oJ' I
control (VOCC), sentenced to 18 of controlled substance, cocaine; : .
months Department of CorrectionsDOC dismissed, defendant sentenced on trm
( ). other charges. 1375-11061 TACKLE k MARINE
Charles Thomas Ledbetter arrested Paul C. Nugent, Jr. arrested Oct. _
July 14, 1987 for aggravated 20 for Issuing worthless checks 2800 N.W. 74th PI.
assault with deadly weapon; pled no (Starke Auto Center, Hodges Hard- 8tv Mayer M.ngri Thurs.Frl.: Noori-IOpm 3070 BLANDING BLVD.
ware) dismissed, restitution made. State- C.rtl. CRC01016S
contest to burglary of dwelling ; mile
((1 south ol 218
Saturday: lOam-IOpm on Standing Blvd.)
without firearm, placed on five Michael E.Silver arrested Sept.22
years probation, obstain from use of Sunday: Noon-6pm 282-311 282-311
alcohol, submit to evaluation by -
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BUGC, submit to substance abuse
testing, pay all fines and costs and : CONCEALED FIREARMS

stay March away 3,1988 from for VOP victim, pled: arrested no con- : CLASSES OWN YOUR OWN HOME I

test, placd on community control 24 >
months: arrested Dec. 26 for VOCC, j' Licensed Instructors
pled no contest VOCC, sentenced to j j Instructor affiliated with NRA and $

24 Edward months DOC.Cummings arrested July ;j Criminal Commission Justice and Training SO :fee For Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

18, 1987 for burglary,pled no contest, j Certificate Issued
sentenced to 2V4 years DOC followed o Upon successful completion of per person No
by 2V4 years probation; admended i class. ', r Low
judgment one year DOC, followed I Classes consist of 3 hours of classroom hour en-range DownPayment ,{
by four years probation: arrested Closing

August 22 for VOP, pled no contest ..:. CALL 964-2352 OR 431-1301 .... ..._ ,': ., ; y Cost
VOP, sentenced to three years DOC.
Jo Alice Goodman arrested Oct.11 .
for dealing in stolen property; case After 8 pm

to dismissed this defendant., insufficient evidence as Robbie'sReef 964-6633 OFFICE: ,' 473-3028

Inmate Richard Lee Todd arrested or
Sept.15 for escape; pled guil- orO647282 473-1039
ty, sentenced to 2V4 years DOC. ..
rar .
James Michael Imhoff arrested x.F "aTr.. JIL JY' .r13BR.il3BXll
Nov. 24 for vehicle to .
maintaining R !u i i

dismissed possess ,controlled insufficient substance evidence as; :L Pet StoreNow
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to this defendant. GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO.
Charles Edward Hawkins
arrested -
in the Wai Mart Plaza
April 23 for possession of Highway 301 South Starke
more than 20 grams cannabis; pled
guilty, placed on 24 months community Grooming OPEN: Moa-Frf.8 a.m.tB 5 p.m.Saturday 8 a.m. tl Noon

control. (Please call for appointment) -
Henry Wayne Hart arrested July
10 for possession of cocaine; pled no
contest, placed on two years com- WeCarry
munity control.
Steven Franklin Albarez arrested QUALITY HOMES
August 14 for battery of law enforce- Fine
ment officer,resisting with violence
I disorderly intoxication, criminalmischief
; pled no contest to resisting Line
I arrest with violence, placed on two '
probation. Presents
years '
Roosevelt Green aka Roosevelt .
Martin arrested August 22 for carry- i Qf
ing concealed firearm possession of Mad
control substance; pled no contest, ate.
; place on three years probation. .. Fish o .00 At
Kenneth Howard
j Wayne pled no Daze
contest to burglary of structure, L11j
placed on three years probation. All PetSupplies
j Francis Eugene Converse arrested ; ,
June 30 for lewd assault upon I -1 of
: child under 14 years of age; pled no -..
t" t', contest, placed on seven years pro-
; ,I' bation. March
Ii j' Carlo Ernesto James Worrell arrested _
I. June 22 for battery of law enforcement t
'S. :1 officer, resisting arrest 14 Homes Left to beat
;' ,:J r with violence; pled no contest, plac- 964-3744
'.' ;;= ed on two years probation. L COST FOB
.. ',:=, Tony Anthony Hutchins arrested ciHt II
.- \ f Aug. 7, 1988 for criminal mischief, Open: EXAMPLE 1989FLEETwOOD
1 grand theft; signed pre-trial Intervention -
(...... :' PTI) contract May 9: Monday through Saturday I
,'J o' PTI referred back to court Nov... 1; lOcOO aon. tfl 9:00 pan Free Fireplace
;".'" pled no contest, placed on two
." years From $149.00 ', d
.., f probation. ,Sunday 12 Noon 6:00 p.m. Per Month

II,U : July Darrell 19 for Latrell possession Williams of crack arrested cocaine liflJ US 41 North_ !Lake City o 752-8627

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Starke Man Dies The Olda spun around and struck the Barry King. He was released after a M. Abrams. Bond was set at$215.25. without violence according to Deputy Victor Jefferson 31, of Union
From January 11 pickup said Hayes. $250 surety bond,was posted. King. Bond was set at $620.25 he County was arrested Feb. 25 for
Accident Driver of the semi Larry Leroy / Vernon Keith Davis was arrested was released on his own according Barber.
InjuriesA Barrlck 37,of N.J.was cited for improper Mary Lavinia Becker 25, of Feb. 23 for NVDL (failure to pay recognizance. Bond was set at $ 25l.t.
33-year-old Starke man died change of lanes.Driver of the Keystone Heights was arrested Feb. fine), according to Deputy Carter.
Sunday from injuries he received Olds Andrew Ylannacopoulous 66. 24 for two counts of failure to appear Fine was $50.
while on his bicycle Jan. 11. of Maryland was not injured bud his for worthless check charges accor-
Larry Harris apparently rode his wife. Mary 54 told officers she ding to Deputy King.She was released James Doyle Thornton 24, of Checkpoints I
bike from the turn area of the me- would seek medical attention on her after a $240.50 cash bond was Union County was arrested Feb. 23 Continuing
dian without stopping and was own. Damages to the trucks was posted. for NVDL according to Deputy -
struck by a vehicle at US-301 north $350. Damage to the Olds was$4,000 Carter. He was released after a Bradford County who would violate the driver license
and Market Road according to said Hayes. Duane Sanford Higgins, 37, of $240.50 cash bond was posted. laws of Florida.
Jacksonville The Florida
Patrolman William Brown. was arrested on warrant Highway Patrol will
Harris
suffered multiple trauma to the Didn't Know Gun Deputy charging King. He battery was released according after to Richard Paul Booth, 28, Hamptonwas vehicle be conducting inspection driver checkpoints license dur-and The Patrol has found these check-
head shoulder arrested Feb. 4 for
and spine according Was Loaded a $1,000 surety bond was posted. driving ing the week of March 3 through points to be an effective means of en-
to Paramedics Rex Siemer and under Influence (DUD, NVDL, ac- March forcing the equipment and driver
9
Freeman Register. Harris was Gets Shot In LegA Harold James Harris was ar- cording to Lt. Winston Barber Bond SR-18, SR-16 on,SR-21 CR-18,SR-100 CR-16,,CR-21B SR-230,, license laws of Florida while Insur-
taken by Rescue to Bradford was set at $620.25, he was releasedon
Hospital than by TRAUMA 1 to 17-year-old boy was shot in the rested Feb. 26 on an Alachua County his own recognizance.Debra CR-225 CR125.1.tJR'229, CR-231, ing the protection of all motorists.
University Hospital in Jacksonville. leg while he and two friends were warrant for child support..according CR-227t CR-221 \R-230and; CK-100A
According to the accident report looking at a weapon at a residenceon to Deputy Harvey Rnoden.Bond was Ann DeSue 29, in Bradford County.Recognizing Union CountyThe
there was alcoholon McCollum St. set at $1,105.James was ar- the danger presented Florida Highway Patrol will
a strong ordor of rested Feb. 24 for failure to
Harris. One of the boys was showing a .38 traffic pay a to the public by defective vehicle be conducting driver license and
Harris died Feb. 26 in University caliber pistol belonging to his grand- Eugene Barnett 38, was Jason charge Bennett.according She was to released Deputy equipment, Troopers will concen- vehicle inspection checkpoints during
Hospital. father when the firearm accidentally arrested Feb. 26 for failure to ap- after $50 cash bond trate their efforts on vehicles being the week of March 3 through
aired striking the 17-year-old in pear for arraignment according to a was posted. operated with defects such as bad March 9 on SR-100 SR-121, SR-231,

Crash Victims Out the leg area, according to Deputy Rhoden.Barnett pled no con Rosa Lee Crews, 28, of Starke was brakes worn tires and defective SR-241, SR-238 CR-181 CR-237,
Patrolman Kinard Perry. No one test bond was set at 120.25. arrested Feb. 25 for DUI on US-301 lighting equipment. In addition, attention CR-229, CR-125 CR-231A. CR-24A
Of Intensive CareThe will be directed to drivers and CR-796A
knew the gun was loaded. In Union County.
to
north according Deputy Thrift.
condition of two Keystone The youth was taken by the officerto Maria Palacios Nelson, 29, was arrested Bond was set at l,5ou, she was
Heights residents injured in a Satur- Bradford Hospital. He was later Feb. 24 for lewd or lascivious released on her own recogrii anee.
day night accident in Clay County taken to Shands for further treat- assault on a child under 16 years of
has been upgraded.Sevenyearold ment and released. age according to Lt. David Gene Worth I
Curtis of Jacksonville

Cindy Maider and Aderholt.Bond was set at$2,000,she Snider\26\ Noting
was for NVDL,
released her
Missing Vehicle was on own
38-year Peggy Lane are now listed in according to Patrolman II. D. Grif-
recognizance.Larry
stable condition and are out of the intensive Recovered SPDA Bond
By fis. was set at $250, he was Applicants Needed... receiving vocational rehabilitation
Center in care Jacksonville.The unit at Baptist. Medical red Pontiac Feiro missing from A.Demers,29,was arrested released on his own recogni/ance. The Division of Vocational services you will get a job.
N. Myrtle St. was found by the Feb. 22 for worthless check accor- For more Information, call
two were injured when they Henry Van Payne, 42, of Starke Rehabilitation of the Department of
ding to Deputy Charles Carter. He
Starke Police Department the day 964-2037 or go by the office at 1250
were ejected from a truck be- Labor and
pickup released his was arrested Feb. 26 for DUI accor- Employmeznt Security
on
was own Andrews Circle
following its disappearance.Feb. Suite D, Starke.
ing driven Maider father of the State of
by Florida needs
: ding to Deputy Thrift. blood ap-
Payne's
recognizance to Putnam County Office hours
38-year-old Phillip Maider also 01 25 the car was reported stolen plicants.Do are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
authorities. alcohol content was .18 percent. He
by it's when she found Monday-Friday.
owner it missing
Keystone Heights. Phillip Maider was released after a $500 surety you know that you may be
,
was pronounced dead at the scene. according to Sgt. Michael Me- Sandra Starling ( ), bond was posted. eligible for vocational rehabilitation Arthritis Foundation.
Clain.The owner had loaned the car Kaye Moslcy services if ..
:
the before 34, was arrested Feb. 22 on a capias
night but when it did not
from Alachua County charging wor- Annette DeSue Williams, 34, of 'You have a physical, mental or An area Arthritis Foundation
Man return she called police. Feb. 26,
Lawtey InjuredIn emotional disability and Chapter is being formed If
Patrolman thless check according to Deputy Starke was arrested Feb. 25 lor ; locally.
3-Vehicle AccidentA Mack Short found the car DWLS according to Patrolman Your disability prevents interested, please call Lorraine
in the 1000 block of Thomas St.with Rhoden. Bone was set at$100. you
shattered window a Smith. She was released after a from getting or keeping a job; and Wilkison 762-3462 (Lawtey Exchange
34-year-old Lawtey man was on the driver'sside. Dennis A. of County $212.25 surety bond was posted. There is a Rood chance after ).
Busby 32
taken to the hospital Feb. 24 follow- The car was towed and later Clay
ing a three vehicle accident on returned to the owner said Short. was arrested Feb. 22 for grand """-
US-301. No arrests have been made in the theft according to Deputy Rhoden.Bond Carl Edward Harris was arrested TPN-B 4
Timothy Clark, driving a 1988 theft. was set at$500 he was releas- FEb.25 for DUI, NVDL,no tail light, Bradford
Chevrolet pickup truck was taken ed on his own recognizance. according to Patrolman Griffis.
by Rescue to Bradford where he was Recent ArrestsIn Harris'blood alcohol content was 18 Chiropractic Center
treated for minor trauma,according Bradford CountyThe percent. Bond was set at $715.25.
Traffic Starke Office
to Paramedics Freeman Registerand Harris was additionally charged
Randy Gaskins. following arrests were made Rodney Patrick Roberts, 29, was Feb. 26 on a warrant for burglary of 218 S. Walnut St.
The pickup was struck as it slowed by local authorities in Bradford arrested Feb.23 for no valid driver's an occupied structure battery,
to make a left turn into the Tenneco County. license (NVDL), according to criminal mischief, according to Next to the Chamber of Commerce
Station according to Sgt. Gerald Patrolman Gordon Smith. Bond was Deputy Rhoden. Bond was set at
Hayes. Jose Delaluz Saenz Ill, 18. set at $250.James $5,000. Harris was released on his 9644957PAIN
A tractor-trailer southbound on Keystone Heights was arrested Feb. own recognizance.Ray .
US-301 changed lanes striking a 1987 24 for possession of alcohol by under Aundra Colbert 24, of
Olds which was also southbound. age person according to Deputy Marion County was arrested Feb. 23 Charles Smith, 30, was arrested
for driving while license suspended Feb. 25 for failure to appear
irtwi,<;> i..vnr/tlnt;, to "'"-onpcr W. for DWLS opposing an officer CONTROL

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carrying concealed firearm,
from 4B
page .
r rnflrn Pwvltbnut violence;:
dismissed, insufficient evidence as
4 for possession of firearm by convicted to this defendant.

felon; pled no contest, com- Charles K. Cannon arrested Jan. Starke's new Shoe City Store
munity control 24 months, followed 10 for grand theft auto, petit theft;
by three years probation.Joe victim does not wish to prosecute. invites to its
William Wright arrested David McSpadden arrested Nov. you
August 24 for manufacturing can- 26 for grand theft firearm; victim
nabis; pled no contest, six months does not wish to prosecute.
probation. Charles Harold Mayes arrested
Elmore Clark arrested June 7 for Oct. 21 for possession of controlled Grand Opening
burglary of a dwelling, grand theft substance, delivery of controlled
firearm; pled no( contest, two years substance; dismissed.
probation( Scott R. Hamilton arrested July 26
Jerald K. Griffis arrested June 21 for theft dismissed -
burglary
for shooting into( occupied vehicle; defendant pled grand to other; charges. Thursday, March 2 at 9:00 a.m.in .
pled no contest, five years proba- George L. Pinkney arrested Sept.

tion.Brian Scott Hudson arrested June 20,for victim aggravated does not battery wish; dismissed to pro-- Deerfoot Village, 1371 South Walnut.

10 for possession, sale, delivery of
secute.
controlled substance; pled no con- Paul Andrew McCloud arrested Grand Opening Doorbuster Register FREE for-
test, five years probation. April 20 for armed robbery; pled no
Thomas Lee Franklin arrested contest to robbery 3V4 years DOC WHILE QUANTITIES LASTI SAVE $2.99 Grand Opening Prizes
4 for of
Aug. burglary possession followed by 5 years probation.John .
burglary tools; pled guilty, three Timothy Fowler arrested
years probation Oct. 4 for burglary; dismissed, Canvas T-Strap e19"COLORTV ,.
Greg Chandler arrested May 5 for witness failed to appear for e2 $50.00 MERCHANDISE
possession,sale,delivery of controlled testimony.Donniel. ,i White, black or red. CERTIFICATES
substance; pled no contest, two Anthony Doster arrested i Our low regular $6.99 e 2 $25.00 MERCHANDISE
years probation. July 18 for uttering a forged docu- CERTIFICATES I
Larry Lewis arrested June 4 for ment; dismissed, defendant pled to ,
resisting officer with violence, bat- ,i m
tery upon law enforcement officer; Frederic Troy, Sr arrested May No obligation. .
pled no contest, 24 months community 30 for issuing worthless check; pled r 400 No purchase necessary.
control. guilty, two years probation, make 1
Hershel Blaine Dyal arrested restitution.
Sept 24 for forgery,utterng forgery; Kenneth Levon Aycox arrested Drawing will ba held Saturday April 1 at 5:00: p.m.
pled no contest, three years proba- Sept. 24 for grand theft; victim doesno GOOD IN NEW STORE DHL Yl
wish to prosecute.
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April 22 for possession of cocaine; August 14 for manufacturing can-
pled no contest three years proba- nabis; insufficient evidence as to

tion.Richard Ernest Blanton arrested this Tommy defendant.Brown arrested Sept. 23 SAVE to $6.00 Btatiiict jfiteineMen's

July 7 for manufacturing cannabis; for grand theft; victim does not wichto
pled no contest, six months county prosecute.
probation.Donniel. Pernell Wade Williams arrestedOct. Ladies' Dress and Basketball HiTopsQconveitse

Anthony Doster charged 22, 1987 for battery of law enforcement *
July 18 with uttering a forged docu- officer, possession of less Casual Shoes
ment (four counts Lawtey Shell))); than 20 grams of cannabis, resisting 'rri, [ )
pled no contest, five years probationeach arrest with violence; pled no con-
count, concurrent. test, 24 months DOC. SPECIAL GROUP
Doster arrested Sept. 10 for Williams arrested May 5 for colors. LEATHER UPPERS Assorted color trim.
Assorted
burglary to occupied dwelling; pledno possession,sale,delivery of controlled Sold Nationally at $49.99
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current. years probation, 24 months com- Our low regular to $15.99 .
Randall Huel Stewart arrested munity control. I
Nov. 17 for possession of cocaine; Larry Lewis arrested Jan. 2, 1986
dismissed, insufficient evidence as for aggravated battery; pled no con-
to this defendant. test, three years probation, continue Man'iSizas.
Willie James Simmons arrested BUGC treatment: arrested VOP .
Sept.9 for dealing in stolen property, Aug. 20,1987; found guilty VOP con-
possession of drug paraphernalia; tinued on probation as modified to Ladia*'
insufficient evidence as to this include special condition of serving SIlM.
defendant. 364 days in county jail: arrested Jan "
razier Bass arrested Aug. 10 for 5 VOP; order dismissing warrant.



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', Men's Rccbk Low $39.99:
following cases received final Wilkes pled guilty unlawful tag; Tops
disposition Feb. 21 in Bradford ordered to pay $120.25.
_County; Traffic: Criminal Court Jason Lee Crews pled guilty
r !Judge.George H. Pierce. DWLS; pay $120.25.
Ier7iu,;,w;;+nrG..mk.w.'..... w _. .Crews pled guilty expired')tag-;: ', Men's S u)dZ 9fi I I7fllt i
,..JC.siny.Allen. Moore pled costs suspended. *ntn njiK" >4..',"'',-....""i. &Ladi;:
unlawful tag; provided proof of valid Michael A. Chandler pled guilty
tag, ordered to pay $52 court costs. DWLS; fined $120.25.
James Lewis Jamison pled guilty Diane Jones Goodman pled guilty
driving while license suspended unlawful tag; dismissed, costs i
(DWLS); complete probation sanc- suspended.
tions. Vernell Sanders pled no guilty
Demos Johnson pled guilty no unlawful tag; dismissed. if **
driver license motorcycle; provided Bobby Wayne Lymus pled no con SAVE 60c PACK I **
proof of valid license,ordered to pay test unlawful tag; provided proof of Ladies Sport Sox,with lace, 3 pro pk. Reg. $3.39 . $2.79 ,r
$25 cash. tag, dismissed, costs suspended.
Timothy Wesley Green pled no Charles Leonard Mullins pled guil- SAVE 29c PAIR! oft,
contest driving under influence ty unlawful tag; provided proof of Panty Hose or Knee Hi's Reg. $1.09. . .
(DUD;i.i.fined $437.50, licensesuspended tag, suspend costs, dismissed. Sold Nationally $29.99 '
six months, attend DUI Terry Werner Sheffield pled no
school, 50 hours community work guilty DWLS; provided proof of SAVE $2.11 Reg. $8.99 and $9.99 .
Tri County Probation one year. valid license, dismissed.
Kirk Allen Brooker pled guilty ex- David Michael Sysskind pled guil- Nylon Handbags 68881.j 788Ladies'Deck 23?

pired tag; provided proof of valid license .. ; provided proof of valid Choice of styles I and colors I :
tag, $52 court costs. $52 court costs.
Joseph Edward Thornton pled Shawn Craig Stanford pled no con-
guilty DWLS; fined $190. test DUI; fined $437.50, license Man'c Sizai. .
Robyn Clinger Adkins pled guilty suspended six months attend DUI Ladiaa'Sizas. i"
expired tag; provided proof ol tag, school, 50 hours community work, Oxford i.
costs suspended. Tri County Probation one year. L
Paul Stephen Clement pled no contest Stanford pled no contest refusing White or light blue.
DWLS; provided proof of valid to sign summons; dismissed. Ladia Siz...
license, costs suspended. Roger Alan Sutton pled not guilty
Clement paid $52 fine for careless unlawful tag; costs suspended. SAVE 70c PACKI I
Richard Eric Brown pled no con-
driving.
Robert Eugene Davis pled guiltyuse test DWLS; provided proof of valid Man'i Low Athletic Sox, white 3 pr. pk. .Reg. $3.69. >2.99 |

of vehicle with unsafe equipment license, costs suspended.
; dismissed. Brown pled guilty unlawful speed;
Davis pled guilty no driver $32 court costs. SAVE $2.99 SAVE $3.00 !
license, motorcycle; $52 court costs. Joseph C. Brown pled gulty White.
Davis pled guilty no headgear and DWLS; provide valid license and Our low regular$7.99 r'
violation of restriction of drivers pay $52 court costs. YOUR Girls'OxfordOur '
license; dismissed. Brown pled guilty unlawful speed. r w
Davis pled guilty expired tag; Martin Luther Grant pled guilty CHOICE low regular $12.99 -,
dismissed. DWLS; provided proof of valid 500
Fredrick Scott England pled no license, dismissed. yt a,,
contest DWLS; provided proof of Dennis Robert Hengl pled no con- 4 w ,.. vwvtip,
valid license, pay $52 court costs. test unlawful tag; costs suspended. t, +
Woodrow Neal Hawkins pled no Hengl pled no contest DWLS; fin- Girl*
Children'sHiTops I
contest DWLS; provided proof of ed $120.25.
valid license, pay $52 court costs. Evelyn Smith pled no contest .
Robert Eugene Cain, Jr. pled no unlawful speed; fined $112.
contest DUI; fined $700, license Johnson pled;;( no contest DWLS; I Infanta'. ;,, Multi-color canvas. SAVE to $6.00 !!
$52 court costs.Johnson .
suspended six months, attend DUI
school, 50 hours community work pled no contest refusing : ::: ":.. Boys' OxfordOur I
Tri County Probation one year. to sign summons; dismissed.
Jimmy Vincent Kirby pled guilty Rodney Andre Perry pled guilty low regular to $17.99
DWLS; fined $120.25, 90 days Tri DWLS; provide proof of valid Men's Dress
County Probation. license and pay $52 or pay $120.25. Slip-on Black.
Kirby pled guilty unlawful tag: $52 Michael David Starling pled guilty I SAVE $4.00 u l1 '199
court costs, 90 days Tri County k'ro- DWLS; fined $120.25. !
bation. Edmond C. Higgins, Jr. pled no Our low regular $14.99 Boys' 11J.
Isaac K. Montgomery pled no con- contest DWLS; dismissed, costs 3K-7.
test violation of driver's license suspended.Lucinda.
restriction; provided proof of valid B. Moore pled guilty Havarici IV Black'
license, costs suspended dismissed. DWLS; present valid license and 1099
.
Felicia Lenota Roberts pled guilty will suspend.Mark
expired tag; provided proof of tag, Edward Rhoden pled guilty
DUI fined
dismissed. ; $437.50 license suspended -
Roland Reese Randolph pled guilty six months attend DUI school, 50 Man'* 7-13. SAVE 60c PACK!
DUI; fined $437.50, license hours community work, Tri County i D and EEE, Girl's Sport Sox assorted, with lace, 3 pro pk. .Reg. $3.09. $2.49
suspended six months attend DUI Probation one year.
school 50 hours community work Keith Brian Ardley pled no contest Men's Casual 5
DWLS fined $120.25.
Tri County Probation one year. ;
Derrick Warren Smith pled guilty Charles Aaron Padgett pled no Black, white, bone. I
DWLS; provided proof of valid contest unlawful tag; provided proofof Our low regular$14.99 NEW STARKE STORE .
license$52 court costs and dismiss. tag dismissed. '
Ronald Leon Crawford paid $52 Marvin Dwane McClellan pled
In
DEER FOOT
fine for careless driving. guilty DWLS; provide proof of valid S VILLAGE,
Crawford pled guilty DWLS; provide license and pay $52 court cats 900 1371.South Walnut.. .' I
valid license and pay$52 or pay 'DWLS Searcy Brown pled no contest
$120.25.: ; provided proof of valid next to Wal-Mart.

Hurbert Earl Kelly pled contest license suspend costs, dismiss. SAVE Open 9 to 9 daily; 12 to 6 Sun. "
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unlawful tag; provided proof of tag, Bruce Adrian Davis pled guilty no .
pay $52 court cats tag registration; dismissed. $5.00 "
Franklin George Wilkes pled guil- Davis pled guilty unlawful speed;
fined 1112. _.
ty careless drivfegi ordered. to pay
$32 court costs. ass,... sa

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Davis\ pled guilty DWLS provide Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.At .
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valid license$52 court costs: :.,, .:,-

DWLS Bryon; provide valid license and Icrcules, we take pride in being a good neighborand
pay$52 court costs.
Trevt'r David Houchen pled guilty a a productive partner in the economic growthand
DWLS dismlBSed.; provide valid license, will r well being of our community. For over a half-

Luther M. Moody} pled guilty r: 'li I century, Hercules has established an outstanding
'DWLS; $52 court costs. record in environmental protection. We've achievedthis
Billy Gene McAlpine pled
DUI; fined$437.50.license suspended guilty- record by adhering to the philosophy that it is
six months,attend DUI school 50
far sensible to environmental problemsthan
hours community work, Tri County more prevent
Probation. to correct them after they occur. The result:

valid Dennis driver DeSue license pled; fined no contest 12025.no quality, safety! ; and environmental protection will
Ray Charles Smith pled guilty --- remain our foremost ncerns.
DLWS; fined$120.25. Illegal Booze...
William Robert Schmidt pled no Bradford County. Investigator Lt.David Aderholt how.come of the alcoholic beverage purchased by a minor In laving an exemplar record, even one that'samong
contest wilful-wanton reckless driving last weekend'.Investigation. the industry's best, isn't good enough. That's
; fined $437.50, plus $250 insteadof
community work. (Charged why we've initiated the "We Care" program. This

reduced Vernon from Todd DUI.pled)guilty DUI; fin- 8 Charged with Illegal SalesDuring program emphasizes increased awareness and
ed$700 license suspended six mon- P :l Ue renewed routine check of illegal Some clerks did not ask,
a
ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours anyway. ,SIpll i ISle.k eU'Qern'
community work,Tri County Proba- convenience stores and liquors said Aderholt.One business both the ( piotection of the environment. It's our way of saying
: \ ) ,
tion one year. stores last Saturday night eight clerk and her husband participatedin ; ; 'WI' tJ",,&. "T, ; ii. s{
Carl Harris,Jr.pled no contest Interference clerks were charged with selling to a the sale and will be charged. )I'!. ''Si' k, that when it tomes to protecting the environment,a

dismissed. with custody; case minor.Lt. David Aderholt observed an Following identification the transactions was confirmed, positive by b'oo&. :,thiouiI-MIU: :f ;, I good effort is never good enough. Protecting theenvironment

Charles Edward Lee pled no con- 18-year-old (working under cover) another deputy. New Stock of Ladles is a global challenge one that must
test DWLS; fined$120.25. enter and attempt to purchase The last check was made a year be met the total commitment of our people, our
Rocky Mountain&: by
Robert Lee Watkins alcohol in 23 area businesses star- ago when 19 chain and private stores
test DUI; fined $700 pled, license no con- ting at 8 p.m. Feb. 25. Eight clerks were approaced by a juvenile. No Wrangler Jeans In Stock technology; our science, and our skills.
suspended five attend DUI failed to ask for identification or at violations were noted at that time.
school, Tri County years Probation least failed to verify identificationand All clerks demanded identificationand 6-8-8: 10-10-10 Organic
year. one sold wine, liquor, beer or wine refused to sell to the Juvenile. by the Ton or Bag
coolers to the 18-year-old, Complaints from parents promp--
Some of the clerks asked for I-D ted the recent check.Those clerks in
MisdemeanorRobert but when 18-vear-olrl said she did violation will receive notices to appear l
Francis Ayers pled guilty not have it with'her they sold to herJIIC. in court, said Aderholt, Y.L.GLaI HERCULESLO
drug paraphernalia; fined$137.50. ... .. .. .. ,, ____ U.B.SOI N. i l
Wallace T. c.c. <--c.-< < c.c.c -(-("'-< <- c.-c." BTTHBFAIRGROUNDS
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Changes AnnouncedIn J

State Attorney ,,New Attorneys... '
.' .. ..Baker and Union
Area OfficeState These DeW Money's.are BOW' working for .aM.
County State Attorney office From left to rights Brian Kelly Wade White
Attorney Lennard B.Len( ) .
and Maine IV.IRAs
Register,III has announced changesin John
the local state attorney offices.
After meeting with Register last rMl
week David Giant, head of area of-
fices under Register, submitted a
letter of resignation. Giant was appointed -
to serve Baker, Bradfordand
Union County when Assistant
State Attorney Thomas Elwell was 0 o tol
appointed to a county judgeship in
Gainesville in 1988. According to
Register, he was not satisfied with ...
Giant's job performance, stating .... l
Giant had missed several deadlines. G
Appointed to replace Giant was
Assistant State Attorney Brian Kelly r
from the Baker County office. JohnE. l1 n
Maines IV from the Starke office \
has been transferred to the Union .
County Office.Wade White has been
appointed to serve Starke In the traf-
fic, misdemeanor and juvenile division ;
\ / "fir"d 1

Brian Kelly -

Kelly, 32, was born in Jackson- County as Assistant State Attorneyin The Honorable Thomas Elwell Nam. He and his wife moved to
ville, and attended the University of charge of the Lake Butler office. was responsible for Maines being Gainesville in 1979 for her to attend
North Florida. He taught school for Maines grandfather was a physi-- assigned in the state attorney's of school.She Is an oral surgeon,now a 0
three years before attending the cian in Lake Butler as was his father fice.Maines Professor at University of Florida
University of Florida Law School, before moving to Gainesville. and his wife are expectingtheir Dental School.
graduating in 1982. He joined the Maines, 29, attended Vasser. in first child in July. White was a police officer; in Pen-
staff of the state attorney In the New York earning his AB degrefrom sacola. He graduated in 1986 from more than Social
misdemeanor, traffic, and juvenile Emory Law School where he the UofF Law School. For six mon-
division until 1984 when he transferred graduated in 1983. He was admittedTo Wade White ths he was In practice with the public
to the Jcksonville state attorney the Bar and started his practice in White was born in Pensacola, defender's office in Gainesville. In Security when you retire.
office working with the sexual bat- Union County with his great uncle udly declaring his family sixth pro- June 1987 he joined the state at
tery prosecution squad.In 1985 Kelly\ Hal Y. Maines. From April 1984 to Floridians. He attended torney's Gainesville office workingin
returned to Bradford (again replacing Sept. 1985 they occupied the same office generation Florida State, graduating in 1968. juvenile and county court divi If Social Security is all you've got for future
Mack Futch) and was later where his grandfather had his White served as an officer in Viet sion. retirement, you should be contributing to an
assigned to Baker County. Kelly is medical practice, according to
married and lives in Jacksonville. Maines.He Individual Retirement Account now, before it's too
left private practice to work -- late.If.
John E. Maines IV with the public defender's office until TFN-B
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mined to the Bradford County 964-5161 Starke. Itpd 3/2 TWO PUPPIES $50 each mixed Rott ....NEW LISTINGS".....
T.legroph office In writing and FISH OR SKI 15' fiberglass boat. 83hp welter female. 468-2266. 2tpd OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 601 MELTON TERRACE This It a GREAT first home. 3 BR, 1V4 Ba. CB new I I'carpet
advance unless credit I. cfteady> Evlnrude motor, MaglcTIII trailer. 2/26-3/2 lots river access, $5450 Each. No new vinyl Hotpoint range, Magic Chef refrlg telling fans, chain link
established with this office. 964.7135. Itpd 32LAND AUSTRALIAN SHIP PUPPIES 75. Blue money down $65.41 monthly. Owner 'fence, storage shed. $ 45.000 I

THE HELD TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II Merle. Call 9646924. 2tpd 2/23-3/2 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF 'HAMPTON Star Rt. 1. Box 92: 3 BR, 2 bo home on three acres, CHSA, separate I
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FOR SALE CHANNEL CATFISH 3-9 Inches. $150 per MIDDLE TENNESSEE 20 acre tracts, 'screened patio with BBQ grill GE range, Hotpoint refrig., chain link fence, II
CLASSIFIEDS wooded tome with and
THE TELEPHONI.WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER thousand Farm. Lawtey, delivered.7823558.Jim's 4tchg 3/2-23 Catfish water. $390 acre springs and up. running 10% I trees .Also a mobile home, 3 BR, IVi ba, refrlg., gas stove, new gas'heater ]

Classified deadline 100 ACRES six room home and barn. down. Call after 7 p.m., 615-722-3812 $132,5001
TUESDAY NOON TWO HORSES S COLT 301 South at
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prior to Thursday publication. Owner will finance. $2000/Acr.. Longchamp Homes. Office 964.6853 or or 7225607. fcan : .HOMES.
Classified display deadline Phone 964.7771 or 964.4537. 10/20TF BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE 60' on water, 1055'deep, with an elegant 2336..f. I
!is TUESDAY, home 9648202. 2tpd 3/2-9 I
5:00: P.M. Special Classified SHORT ON CASH" No Down Payment brick. 2 story home built In 1963. 4 BR, 3 Ba, fireplace with wood Insert, 21
placement It NOT Guaranteed.display Land I I Acre and up. Some with large CHSA units, formal dining room dinette area In kitchen with an astonishing j
Minimum charge for classified ads li oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No I view laundry room carpet and tile floors, 2 cor garage, dock with covered I
15 words for $3.50 then IS cent for Mound) SeptlcTanktll) I tp ATHEWS'rDt, f fAswislel' entertainment area 2 electric boathouses, 2 dressing rooms, Ig workshop I
each word thereafter billing charge RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 water softener, concrete patio I Only $220,0001
will be added to each CHARGED t> .% I ?: i I KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/lBo. carpet cent heat window I
classified ad. .. 964-4469 .. Rl.nu R I air, stove, refrlg DW 2 calling fans, fenced back yard nice lot, walk to I
When selling, n..\ estate why ..tile| for telling the whole Uwntwhm! you can tell the whole world? schools, $ 38,000.1
J REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR. 1 Ba frame, fenced yard $ 16,0001

MOBILE HOMES 'Lawtey,'18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. HWY.301 SOUTH Frame. 3 BR. 2 Ba, CHSA 1539 s.f., 1.7 acres. $ 45.0001
>>" :' } 1917 Concord 3 BR, 2Vi\ bo, hot extra 123 frontage. PINEBREEZS SUBi BR. I'A ba, brick CHS, 10Ox 109 lot $ 40.0001
d Er() iitleWi! N.W. 65th AVENUE BR. 1 ba, 3 acres $ 75,0001
lot with wood frame haute, city CityI one acre on Laura St., room for
I 1f "6 Ja 4" U3t utilities. several r..ld.ntlallot.. FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acr., located on Hwy 235. 13 minutes from Starke, 3
tn : e973 New Moon 12x60. with appro. .City 1.38 Ac., great office location. BR/IBa 70-yr-old home, CHSA 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed, utility

pr: *'J>,r?. .nts.InC.j: 'f' QEALIOQ 10 acres, North of Lawtey. 105th Ave. Cltyi SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential building training track I REDUCED) $140,000
",. '';'' ..-. >>I .1 HOMES commercial development area. GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500..f. home, 4 BR, 3 full both. S two
,i P- "" Stnaxr'sirle I '';!K'-/t'che.ie.ns'W yra i\t: I I. Two BR, I BA, nice lot 13000. HOMES ACREAGE V4 baths. 100 on Lake Geneva 2\% acres with sprinkler system 3 sunbathing
'" '\0.<. .. .. '!3 decks, located SR 21 South of .
't. ty ,. """"" >" 'tNo I Sauthgetei 3 BR. 2 Ba, CHSA. THERESSA AREAS 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2 I on Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.1ASSUMABLE
Brick Veneers 3 BR, 2 CHSA. MTG. let us show this to you today I
Check Ba. Both 1564 ..f. home, $55.000.
Our New Listings' Two Story House nice, I I AFFORDABLE AT $53,000 1023 E. Call St., 3BR. IV\ bath CHSA cable ready,
very Union Ctyi 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft.
8 1/2 BEAU11FUL WOODED ACRES In city limits. water &: sewage ,remodeled recently painted. Zoned brick home. stove, refrlg.. 1396 ..f., opprox.' acre lot.
available. B2. Owner Anxious! ''LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
RARE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY to purchase 380 Ft. of LAND BUILDING LOTS : Spanish-style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2% ba, formal
Industrial Property In town solid CB warehouse. Barn Industrial S.R. 100 At Two parcels. Little lake Santa Fei 100x160 ft. lot I LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool calling fans, 2
Storage much more $6O OOO OH 301 N. wooded acre ... with new ..source approved for well, car garage new roof, zoned Agrl.. 2 assum. mtg. $133,000
OWNER FTNANCING S qflt warehouse $15.0OO. well S septic! tank. power to lot. 'KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, kit/DR combo
OWNER nNANCINSTzUEr&e 2000..f., CHS, city water 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60,000
In town $25.000 : 1 BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba CB, wood floors, 11831 f., 5 acres 60,000
RESiDEinI rwN $ 5.OOO"$22.OOO 'Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate CRYSTAL LAKE: furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 188/1 Ba. $90,000 I
HWY.22Si 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32,500
Homes fit Mobile Homes 441 W. Madison St. Starke
KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500..f.. wood frame $ 50,000
Nice Doublewlde needs TLC. approx. 1/2 acre. BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oakt S/D extra lot $ 44,000
31.500 CB horSpQufJ:; j lea. fenced yard. MENG DAIRY ROADS 2.23 acres, 3/1 CB, CHSA, to near $ 40,000 |

Ml.OOO 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath, masonry home w/den. In town. | APARTMENT FOR RENT
tSl.OOO Home In excellent condition. 3/2 with 2 1/2 acres.
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$52.OOO One lSlniE g iIg.t\SFj": ; .....COMMERCIAL.....
acre v3t2iizlLqruntry home close In. Sn ,
$65.000 I NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. eight furnished |
4 bedroom. 3 bath. In town. Lg. lot
I one bedroom opts., fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.
$86.000 Large brick very good area In town. 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks.... $150.000 I I Heating S cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500 with assumable marI -

>nt Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In I I tgage of $111.708,91/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE the business? Call for details
f)165.OOO Exclusive Hamc Lchome. 1.7 acres. Hawthorne ....................................................$25.000 & Up In grocery !
LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S., Reduced to $85.000 |
$185.000 Santa Fe Lakefront home best beach. sale. Mile Lake. ,
e Lakefront Acreage for 1/2 Frontage LOCATION LOCATION! This prime comm.rclallocatlon 507 W. Madison St.
$ 25.000 Crosby Lake lot with 100'waterfront In Alachua County i SUPER COMMERCIAL) Great two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60,000 I
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$ 10.00O Crosby Lake lot. over an acre. Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA ..............$185.000 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 83,000
$ 15.000 Sampson waterfront lot northshore. Ocala National Forest Hunting& Fishing Retreaton THOMPSON STi 11,362..f..brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80,000 I

.....................$25.000 301 NORTH approximately 150'x opprox. 220' $125,000 [
Lease w- Buv Later Rodman Reservoir ........................
bRICK. with 5 e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up RENTAL ON CALL STREET 11 I
HOME a it:!>ntedTbam. catfish pond close Inl
e New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000

11 Commercial 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre .....LOTS t ACREAGE....

MAKE!; OFFER: .on this >500 sq. ft. STEEL BLDG. In busy area. e Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision. Keystone $5,000 I CROSBY LAKE CANAL 3 Lots, concrete boat ramp $ 22.500 I I

: 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 CROSBY LAKE LOT Cleared 100 ft. on water. Reduced to $ 17,000
GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto
( 5.000 'RlTAILSHo! a valiable on Edwards Load ." e For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home. 2 BR w/Bath on' Hwy 2). 7.17 acres, $165,000. Property can be Into two 100' lots
8.000 REnV\a/PROfettBro haBttJOldrtier 301 &: Edwards J % Acres Graham" **>v T> .A ore 4. op'n ..* "In".!' *-**> $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,00c. V .. ?.,?divided L ,

425.000 ACRE on 301 South of Starke. Two One Acre Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. LOT 9. GOLFAIR RDt Country Club Estates, 1.11* acres'II Make y an Offer! $ 8.700 I

$64.000 120 ft.'on 301 South. near Walmart ;' ............................................................................ $6.500 Each CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 $ 10,000
e Two Acres with Well & Septic Tank RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000

.ACREAGE ft! LOTS$20.00O 2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale..... $400/Mo LAWTIYi 3 acres, 103th Ave., good Investment $ 13,000
RD. 100 Ei 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
81/4 WOODED ACRES country area paved road. i e 2 Homes 2 MI. North Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50.000

19.985 B.71 Acres: paved road nice oaks. FurnishedFOR RENT ..............................:............$500/Mo WINDING TREE LAKE lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 15.000
$ 3.30O 1/2 acre close to town.


RETAIL SHOfPT&ft' ttS: IIIS Et:
Ronald E. Newman. Sr. Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .964-3160
We Are Trained To Help With At Your Real Estate Needs
Phones Answered Around the Clock 473-2157 Evenings Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4223

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, ,e. Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB President La ; .; REALTOR l..5U'" Hwy. 301 S. m''

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rn ... IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY LAWTlY AREA 2BR/1Ba Doublewlde Like New w/Patlot S Carport, CHSA ,
CONERLY ESTATES :Neat i Clean '. : Fireplace, W.II S Septic. Owner Financing/Good Termt. 6.92 Acres.

Over 2.000 sq.ft., solar hot water h._,. Will Consider. Lease/Purchase i CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA Home, CHSA. Stove S Refrl 1536 SF, Comer |
$3000 Down $250 Per Mo. i it
Double carport 3/2 Brick on one.beautifully I :. I Lot.
Landscaped..... Priced to tell Ii I II t WANT PRIVACY 3BR/1BA Rough Pine Frame Home.. Porches All
I 1 I Around loads of T,_. 6.16 Ac.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY IN THE CITY. 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CHSA Stove, Refrl'S Drops, Swim

*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR LEASES 1579 ..f. Hwy 301 frontage across from lake. ,Irving at rtt finest I Beautiful high B dry lot ming Pool. Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg 12x12 Nice Lot.
high achool. I With en.at the area's finest homes. I NEAR DOWNTOWN Twa-Story Frame 4BR/2BA large Living Room Din-
*mumii nice acre 3BR/2Ba. $35.000. Tea....nr.1ItnN to listGorgeous View Ing. Family. Kitchen I Laundry Rooms, Floor Furnace, AC Unit 104x210
LOCATION FOR KIDS IN SCHOOL! 3BR/lBo with den. attumoble.II I Lot. .
II *GOOD atsumable. PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/2Vt BA Two-Story Log Hams CHSA, Stove, Refrl.t
HOME 3 nice acres
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3 Lath with carport In town. Dishwasher 3000 SF, Large Enclosed Garage Well S Septic large lot. ,
BR 2
INVESTMENTS duplex In town. *ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club. 3/2V4 over 1800 t.f., fireplace, rang., : IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home large Living-Dining Room Family
**GOOD CRYSTAL LAKH over 4.000: ..f. home, |ocunl, tatelllte dish other extras. refrlg., DW, on I acr., attum. mil Room, Kitchen hat Formica Cabinet and Breakfast. Nook. CHSA Garage,
PROPERTY Reduced to$79,900: 6 acres several buildings. 2 wells *BRICK IN STARK 3 BR 1 \'A Ba. CHSA. 47000. I Well S Septic t 3 Ac. '
*U.S'SOLAR S test sheds 1 open B I elated storage bldg.. *HWY. 16 WESTi Brick 3/2V4 on 1 acre Lots of extras. See this on. GOOD BUY 2IR/1BA Frame Home AC. Space H_. large Kitchen-
office ,
; factory building storage Nice brick home ov.,2200 ..f... Dining Aree. La..ac........ Perch 12><310 Lot. M4.000.
*CONVENIENT TO STARK OR GAINESVILLE I
In Good Condition WellI
very veraatll.. l GET AWAY FROM IT ALL 2 BR/1 BA Mobile Home
F'liVwiDiNO with lake privilege.., r ref. stove, on 2.78 acres. ,
*1 ACRI WU sill CHSA, range woodburnlng I S Septic 9.5 Ac w/Frontoge on New River.
*HWY.t2I; Ai 1 3/4 acre, nice building site or put MH wooded. owner financing. I' *COUNTRY WING AT ITS BEST over 2400 ..f., CHSA. 5 acres on paved rood
*DEERWOOOi nice 2296 s.f. brick veneer 3 BR 2 ba 79.900 without any repairs Too many extras to mention. Call for Information. 125000. SELECTED PROPERTIES ,
,*BEAUTIFUL BRICK 3/2 family room w/flreplace 1 acre. West 16. }
$84.900 with repairs. Power Pole. Pine T_.
or 7 ACRES Well S Septic. 200 Amp
24 FARM that hat It all-fish pond. Improved pasture, beautiful oaks,
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ACRE 301 N.. 11000. Small Down
*1" Hwy. B.S ACRES Power Pole i Well. Owner Financing. Payment.
2 old 1674 ..f. brick v..r. 2 Ig. Bh. 2'4 bath. can bams cross-fenced water In all pastures, 2 mobile hornet.
*OltDH ACRUI only 'I" 1.7 Acres Two Story Bldg. w/Llvlng Area Upstairs 6400 SF, Hwy. 301N.
*HIGH TRAFFIC Jon. Craft S GIh Shop: Crafts craft supplies, and gifts.
easily convert to 3 IR. 44 ACRES Will Divide. Owner Financing Good Term. Brooker.
2 .ptf with large dug f I.h'pond'IIVIN COMMERCIAL CORNER LOTS 16 f S Cherry St. 25000.
let. new Hwy.
ACRES with 1olo acre p. It ACRES Will Divide Pecan G_. Well i Septk Owner Financing.
*168':208' LOT on Santo F. Canal. *COUNTRY CLUB ARIA Building Lots from $6500. Owner financing. I 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. IOOW City Water Sewage Available.
*IAWT1V ARIA nice B'/i acre with large BR.,1 ba home. Price reduced for *OVER 109 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting. I 1 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location. Hwy. I6W.

quick tale. \ 1 mile to Country dub, 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre. ] 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home $3.500.
-.' *IS ACRES HIGH S DRYi pecan trees well S teptlc 29000. (Free M.H.) I B ACRES Hwy. 301 South.
r *COUNTRY CLUBi Brick over 1900.}.. formal living dining room, I ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Homo 3000.
Mfr.J t tail Ona 'of Our Professionally family room. Sac room or extra bedroom. 2Vt baths. I LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft. on Water.
I *CLOSE TO COUNTRY oust Brick 3/2 over 1500 ..f., 100x300 lot 56000. I' I Owner Financing.
Trained-Staff' Today..964-5O6p I *CROSBY IAKB CANAL 100x192 wooded lot. mobile "ham approved.IN | LAKE LARGE ion AREA Crosby OF LAND Sampson' Northeast Section of CIty.I .
STARKEi 3/) frame good condition $22.500.
I *J7 ACRtS of excellent land many fruit tr_ Fleetwood doublewlde. \. i
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After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: '"' *WOULD YOU IU1EVEI 65 plus alas for only $1500 p'It acre., Fronts. hwy. I : I MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP ACCELERATED

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CARS, TRUCKS VANS FOR SALE YARD SALES FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICESINSTALL MOBILE HOMES

1976 CORVETTE with T-tops, rebuilt 350 FRIDAY t SATURDAY March 34 from FURNITURE OF THI FORTIES-All pointed FOR SALE
.ngln., automatic trans., AC PS PB MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: A* Iowa. 95. 218 Rt. 2 Box 2729. Sign at 21A ft Antique Green Mahogany twin beds NEW SEPTIC TANKS and repair
PW. Recently painted. $6500 nea.. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. TF 21 B. 1 Itpd 3/2 with head 1 foot boards, (no mattresses drain lines. Slat registered. Brine
9645812. TFc.ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT. NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum ) with matching large chest ft Jones 275-2368 from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. 2 Bedroom, heat/air unfurnished S2SOO
SEIZED measures 24x36" $.30 each. Great for dresser complete$200: red velvet love after 7 p.m. 275.2197.29tpd. 3/2 furnished $2730. Call Frank 496-3432.
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes, patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 LAND FOR SALEFOR seat, $100; spindle love seat A two PINSTRIPES. A PAINTED SIGNS by John. "t/2. Itnd. 3"

Corvettes, Chevys.. Surplus Buyers W. Call St. 964-6303. TF hand carved chairs ((1850-1870)) with Go see pointer John at I I-75/SR6 12x64 NEEDS WORK$2999: or best offer
Guide. 602 838 8885 ext. A3493. 4tpd DINING ROOM SUITE: table, 4 chairs, SALI -2 lots cleared. $3000 each or teakwood table with brass In.laid. Jasper Florida. (exit 86)), 1 block W. of 964-6407. Itchg 3/2
2/9.3/2 china cabinet $300. 964-4526. 2/23TF two for $5500. 473.4897tchg 2/9.3/2 $1200; or best offer. Other pieces. Call Sheffield. Open 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi front and rear deck
1912 PONTIAC J-2000 Coll 782-3337 USED OFFICE FURNITURE desk, file Jan. Wiles, 473-3971 for appointmentto p.m. Monday Friday. look for his fully skirted must sell. 9646407. Itchg
after 4 p.m. 412/16-3/9 cabinets, chairs etc. 964-8369 or NOTICE see 2tpd 2/23-3/2 fancy step VAN. 2/16.3tpd. 3/2 3/2
USED VWst Buses, convertible BaO| ., 961.7545.4tchg 2/23.3/16 HUNTING DOGS Beagle pups and two HOUSE PAINTING INSIDE ft OUT. FOUR BEDROOM. 2 bath doublewlde,
sedans, high performance parts, new FORD TRUCK PARTS full size 964.8569 Reasonable winter prices. Quality 964-6407.
3/2 down.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted adults 473.0249 or 4734618. Itchg will finance, w/5"
parts, rebuilt heads, counterweightcrank or 964.7545.4tchg 2/23-3/16 to the Lake Region Monitor office TUB AND SHOWER- standard site, never Work. Call 496.3587.2/16.3/9 Itchg 32CREDIT
8pd flywheel (new), race cams, 1 BUY REFRIGERATORS working or not. In writing and paid In advance used. 473.0249 or 4734618. Itchg 3/2 "Farnbach' Day tar Center".Will keep A PROBLEM? WANT A MOIRE
used motors, transaxlas. 4682606. Ed Appliance Parts 310 E. Call St., unless credit Is already establishedwith PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to children In my home. Parent's are not HOME? W* can help f...-...07. Itchg
2tpd 2/23-3/2 9642966. 2tchg 2/23-3/2 this office.MONITOR take over payments on spinetconsolepiano. expected to pay when child l I. abtent. 3/2
1917 TOYOTA CAMRY loaded lake 1977 Westchester 12x60. $3800.
MH. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Can be seen locally. Call Credit Lunch, morning and evening snack
over payments 964.8569 or 964 7545 1973 Comoro $1300. 9644140. 2tpd RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Dept. 904.254.8232.3tpd 3/2-16 496-2282, ask for Betty. 3/2.Itchg.3/2. HOMES FOR SALE
4tchg 2/23-3/16 3/2-9 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER W*will da your spring cleaning. Call for
1983 TRANSTAR CHEVY 350E excellent DOUGHBOY POOL, 15 ft. round, with THE TELEPHONE. tree estimate Carlo or Lisa 4963258.
7823673. Itpd 3/2 filter system, under 2 years old. Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday HELP WANTED 3/2 2tchg. 3/9. TWO BEDROOM, 2 BATH house with
19(1 CHEVETTE. good condition 9648849. Itchg 3/2 prior to Thursday publication. fireplace Vaulted llvlngroom telling
964-3216 after 5 p.m. Itchg 3/2 BABY ITEMS car seat, carriage carrier, Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOME REAL ESTATE walk-In linen room laundry, room car
1967 MUSTANG fallback make oiler bathtub and boys baby clothes $70. then 15 cents for each word thereafter selling Information by mall. Fr.. port. Brand new above ground swimming -
964-8983. Itpd 3/2 964-2611. Itpd 3/2 details. Rush self-addressed stamped pool with hug wooden deck. Also
19B2 FORD ESCORT good condition. AC PROM DRESSES FOR SALE: assorted envelope to E.W.S., Dept. A, P.O. Box S TO 30 ACRES with large concrete screened-ln cookout area with kitchen
runs good $1150 or best offer. Call styles, colors & sizes. 9-5 p.m. call SERVICESSEWING 545, Lake Geneva, FL 32660. 4tpd barns. Also new doublewlde on I acre and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 block
468.2292 after 6 p.m. Itpd 3/2 964-8528. After 5 call964.5637.ltpd 3/2 2/233/16 or larger In country." Call "496-3939 from school 71500. Weekday
19(7 NISSAN STANZA sun roof auto TURKEY SEASON IS COMING I B&J's carries MACHINES CLEANED oiled and FULL OR PART-TIME positions available days. 434-1393 evening, tfn/chg. 496-3939, evenings and weekend

w/overdrlve 782.3281.2tchg 3/2.9 turkey calls, camouflage, and adjust tension In your ham. Special at New Life Acres. 4752108. Ztchg 496-3607. tfn/chg. 1/26
'77 MALIBU. CLASSIC 2 dr. Pontiac 400 bowhunting equipment, Including $12.95. Repair all brands Work 22332PARTTIME FOR SALE BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
engine with 400 turbo auto trans Also custom-made arrows. BSJ Outfitters In guaranteed. 413.7862.2/2 tfnchg NURSES AIDE with CNA or bedroom, 3 bath In the count." Swimming
Ford 352 HI Performance engine with Gainesville for all hiking first aid. pool and satellite. oak.
your camping HOUSE CLEANING Christian ladies will current McRae Retirement CARPET BUY DIRECT, wholesale prices, Large
C6 trans Both eng. & trans great con and archery, needs. 3772721. Itpd clean by day, week month. Call LucilleN. 4732881.. 2tchg 312.9HOMES free samples commercial and residen 119500. Two additional acre
dltlon. Call John 9643620. Itpd 3/2 32FRENCH available. Call 496-3939 days and
Susan W., 475 2907 or 659 26904tpd tial. Florida relerences.We ship direct.
1980 FORD F-100: Pickup, 302 V8, LWB PAVILION canopy bed with mat- 2/9.3/2 434-1595 evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
XLT Lariat loaded with extras. 64.000 ching dresser. Excellent cond. $150. NEED A BREAKI Will sit with III or FOR SALE Dalton Paradise Carpets 30722.1-800-338-7811.P.O. Box 2488

miles, excellent condition S3.950. 964.5479.2tpd 3/2-9 disabled children or adults, Georgia FOR RENT
Fiberglass toolbox for small pickup, NEW PINE COLONIAL SET. 3 seat couch Reasonable. Medical KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Lake Geneva, 3 2/9. 4tchg. 3/2
background. BR/2 BA brick U.S. Steel Home, attached Responsible parry to lake ewer payments
almost new. Rear wheel weights for rocking chair, reg. chair, 2 end tables, 4737539. Itpd 3/2
Farmall) cub tractor Call 964.6488 eves coffee table 2 months old. $200. WILL DO HOUSECLEANING garage, lakeside screened por on spinet-console piano. Can be seen MINI STORAGE 3x3 $15; SIC 10. $20:
and weekends. 2tchg 3/2-9 964.3677.2tpd 329MARY'S Reasonable Special rates for senior ch/patio fenced yard AC/heot pump locally. Call Credit Dept. 904-234-8232. 10x10, $30 per month plus $20d.po.lt.
1972 3/4 TON CHEVROLET TRUCK. good VARIETY SHOP sells new and citizens or disabled. 473.7539. 1 tpd 3/2 new carpets, beautiful landscaping. 2/23 3tchg. 39.HELP. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
condition 533.2474 after 5 p.m. 2lpd used furniture. Buy sell and trade Call JERRY'S INTERIOR-EXTERIOR House $130,000 by owner 4733848. Itpd 3/2 tfnchg. 12/22
3/2.9 Mary" 9643250. 2/16TF painting. Reasonable rates 4733275. WANTEDNeed MOBILE HOME LOT, 1 acre shaded lot,
COLOR ADVICE Itchg 32LOADING RENTALSON water furnished, near Worthington.

WANTED Call for a personal, no-obligation Mary (FRONT END LOADER) haulIng driller and helper. Experience $75.00 month. Call 496-2185 after 6:00

Kay Color Awareness consultation dumping, garden tilling landscaping LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio preferred but will train. Must have p.m. tfnchg.
Sandra Reddish, Director available. leave laundry ft dock OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street
Mary Kay service 473-3645, apartment furnished Florida Drivers License. Call Allterraln
WANTED, PROPERTY RENO AREA, Consultant. (904)964-5051( ) message. tpd 3/2 facilities, utilities furnished. $275 mo Drilling Inc., Rallord Florida 431-1132. $100.00 month Call 4962261.
Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Starke, ((904)473-3214.) 3/2 $275 deposit. 473.2919.2/16 tfnchg 2/23 .tchg 3/16. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE fully carpeted,'
Fla. 32091. 4/7TF PUBLIC NOTICE I Sacrifice entire contents DUORS DRAGGING? FLOORS SAGG ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR. 1 Receptionist needed for busy medical office. In town, near lake. $260 month. Call ; '.: ..
SENIOR FEMALE ADULT white nonsmoker of doctors executive home: INGf HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call BA, large living room dinette, kitchen Minimum of 35 wpm. Experience 964-8602 after 6 p.m. TFjmmNOTICE
non-drinker, to share trailer. Beautiful Queen Anne (solid oak and LaRue Leveling Service for all your equipped overhead fans, air conditioned preferred. Contact Rhonda at 496-2461
$150 month 1/3 utilities. Su-EI's cherry, ), 5 pc. bedroom suit w/6ft. toll foundation repairs. Keystone, laundry" S dock facilities. $350 8:00: a.m. 5:00: p.m. 2/23 2tchg. 3/2
468-2619. 3/2TF 4 poster bed, orig. $5300 first $1685 4737721. 7/9TF mo, $350 deposit. 4732919. 2/16 GROUNDS KEEPER. Mud be versatile
LAND WANTED, 20.500 acres waterfront cash takes. Magnificent 18th Century, tfnchg and knowledgeable of horticulture.
timber, subdivisions Serious (solid cherry) king: & queen size 6 pc. MISCELLANEOUSNEED COMMERCIAL SPACE available In General outdoor work port-time :20
sellers only. Write to Terry Clayton Rt. bedroom suite w/o'/t ft. tall Charlestonrice Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 sq. hours per week. Apply to Ramadan CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
10 Box 319. Lake City Fla. 32055 & tobacco leaf carved bed mat ft.A 1000 sq. ft, High traffic and visibility Hand Institute Lake Butler Hospital, to the Union County Times office
CASH FAST We cash for furniture In writing and paid In advance
Brokers protected. 3tpd 3/2.16 ching highboy, etc. Orlg $6300 and pay leave lake FL
In both locations 473-3193. 850 East -Main Street Butler
WORK WANTED: certified nursing assis $7300, sacrifice $2385 and $2683. jewelry, glassware, tools, message. 3/2 tfnchg 496-2323riOE.> 3/2 tfnchg. unless credit Is already establishedwith
household items & just about anything.Give this office.
tant. Caring, capable: will work in your Elegant formal Queen Anne authentic X-RAY TECH. 7-3 and 3-11 positions
home. 9644910. 100cherry" dining room suite, 42x66 us a call at 473-2183 or come by TWO BEDROOM I I'/. bath, on Deer Springs available. A.R.R.T. preferred for more THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
OLD. USED, BUT RESTORABLE CARS OR inch table, 3 12" extension leaves and Tuesday-Saturday. 10-5. Pack Rat Hwy lake. $250 mo plus deposit. No Information contact Nathaniel Roulhac.Ed RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
100, Heights. 2/2 tfnchg pets, 4732566. 3/2-9 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
Keystone 2tchg
TRUCKS Prefer pre-1970 Chevys or 6.8 hlghback chairs Ivory" seats with Frailer Memorial Hospital
THE TELEPHONE.
Mustangs. Call 473-7473 and leave diamond accents, originally $8300, TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1'/ 1259.3151 ext. 212. 3/2 Itchg. 3/2.
Classified deadline I.I 5P.M.
message or write P.O. Box 332 Lake asking $1885 firm. Matching triple CARSTRUCKSBOATSLOST baths, attached garage with washer A Florida Green Thumb Is now accepting MONDAY.
Geneva Fl 32660. 4tchg 32.23PERSONALS lighted china cabinet and silver chest, dryer hookup. Stove, relrlg., applications. Applicant must be 55 ., prior to Thursday publication.
best offer. Gorgeous designer camelback dishwasher furnished, across from Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50,
of older and meet Federal
or
years age then 13 for each word th.reaft.r.MISCEllANEOUS .
living sofa, love seat & School. .3681. 1/5TF cents
room wing AND FOUND Elem. 473 Income guidelines. :20 hours per week
buck recliner with ball ft claw foot A -- S3.33 per hour. Contact Eileen Hendrix
cherry" cocktail A end tables, cost MOBILE HOMES collect 9042418188. EOE. 3/2. Itchg.
$4300. sacrifice $1685. All three mopn- .A MUCH LOVED BIGorange colored cat
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: ths old. House Can with white paws. She belongs at 315 3/2.
Heritage Quality. Garden St. ( schools). 4734165. 2 BR MH ON SMALL POND Paved road Someone to run steam cleaner and to
Australian Scandinavian be near
European at 10909 Atlantic Blvd. at
Inspected frontage, Clay County. Owner finance, wash and clean trucks. Call 4963807. .
High school Exchange Students arriving St. Johns Bluff Rd. across street from 2tchg 3/2.9 TURKEY SEASON IB coming I B. J' carries
16000. R.T. Lovorn, Realtor.4733254. 3/2 3/2.
Itchg. turkey calls, camouflage, and
in Become host for *
August. a family Pic Save Saturday S Sunday 12 noon
Carol Coombs, 473-3807. 2tchg Needing someone to do yard work.Call
bowhuntlng equipment. Including
American Intercultural Student Ex until 3 p.m. First come, first take or
change. Call 1.800-SIBLING. fcan special appt. time. Will help deliver. WANTEORATTLESNAKES' 2/23-3/2 496.3807.3/2. Itchg. 3/2. utom-made arrows! 8. J Outfitters
MOVING Don't,. rent a truck I Our Call 12473486. Itpd 3/2 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEt' front and rear deck. LPN. Needed for all shift lulltlme or ._i!}_Gainesville,! : for all your camping
H" '"" 'I I I. Shift dlffere,**lolVrt ...IM.. .
WANTED"" ecd'6F 1 I ; porttlme. i 1iIIIIiI "iItMtI. ,, 376-2721.
MOVE system is great! You load We APPLIANCES: Magnavox IyTV., like ( fullyskirl&d'fhV'lsWT9645'dd119R1t: ., Wis.
*'" cellent benefit package Co>m*.'b!'*).?>i 2 ; .>I2't' (.."" ,
unload $125. size Sears microwave, pickup.904.418.2344.4tpd 3,2
haul You You save money I new Apt. Alive. Cash! Top Dollar) We
Licensed Movers I Credit cards! Information $75. 964-6014. Itpd 3/2 2/23-3/16 FOUR BEDROOM, 2 bath doublewlde part of our caring team. Apply at General merchandise, appliances used
180087MOVEX. fcan SEVERAL ITEMS 9x12 new carpet Aztec will finance, w/5% down. 9646407. University Nursing Car Center 1311 furniture reason obi.. Sid's Bargains!
pink very" plush $70; large sectional Itchg 32CREDII SW 16th Street Gainesville, between 40 and M5 E. Main Street. Lake Butler.
sofa 120x90 beige, $300; GE PERSONAL A PROBLEM WANT A MOBILE 8.00a.m.: and 4.30: p.m. 3/2 Itchg. 3/2. 3/2. It"' 3/2.

dishwasher white, built-in, $60; GE HOME? We can h.lp. 9646407. Itchg .
washer $100. All excellent condition. I I. RANDALL S. BYRD will not be responsible 3/2 I.. .

Norge large LP gas dryer" $30, works for any debts or checks written by 12x64 NEEDS WORK$2999 or best offer. (. RESIDENT MANAGER: NEEDED J
good. 964.6488 eves and weekends. Gail L. Byrd, both of 7234 Oak Hill 964.6407. Itch 3/2

2tchg 3/2-9 Road l Keystone Heights, 32656. 2tpd Mature couple wanted for 44-unit
3/2-9; 2tchg 3/16.23 No.Down PaymentHBndlAou9e
rental property In Starke. Duties

include apartment leasing and
e C&C Mini-Storage
r r Jimmy R. Williams NOW HIRING 964-8848 maintenance. Must be bondable.no .

I $520 MONTHTO Garages pets. Salary plus apartment
All Types Roof RepairNo Greenhouses C
START and utilities.
Job too big or too email! Storage Bldgs.
Evenings 6-IO p.m. New local
has several Send resume to
appliance company
.Labor for New Work Guaranteed for full and 3O1 S. Across ,
10 Years positions open part-time HERITAGE VILLAS OF PALM COAST. .
help. We offer excellent starting pay. From
Free Estimates e Call 782-3266,778-7259 good working conditions and a chance P.O. Box 10293 Clearwater. FL 346171EJ

for career opportunities. Must neat to6ALNOU''xa
school graduate, have car and Equal Opportunity Employer
appearance. No experience necessary.! .
Will Train. For Interview call
GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) Wednesday. Thursday and Friday
between 18c 6 p.m. MONNA NUGENT
INSTRUCTORS: RICHARD KELLOGG & GLORIA BRYANT 1-80O-94O-OOO8 or 964-2979 we 111 Realtor-Aaeoc.

LESSONS: GUITAR BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS (' Ill 1025 N Mats St.'

Call 964-8120 m High Springs, FL
-Frl.11-7.Sun.-Mon.l0-2 32843
UNITED APPLIANCE SERVICE
REALTOR
24-Hr. Service

APPLIANCE REPAIRS 964-5289

R. V. DURRANCE office: (904)) 454-S0LD ((7853) Bob White
e Sell Some Reconditioned
Professional repairs on all major brands. Home: ((904)) 964-4833 '454.3675'Moving .'
PUMP &
SUPPLY e >Buy Some. Working

&: Non-Working Refrigerators Washers e Dryers e Ranges to or from Gainesville? Let ue help With our MulUple Lletlng

Well Drilling Call 496-2O9O e Dishwashers Air Conditioners e Microwaves ServIce. We have access to hundreds of listings at our ftngerUpe.
Just look at some of these great dea1e. Call us for more details.
Rotary 2" to 6" e Electric Water Heaters Ice Makers
WATER LOVERS SPECIALS

Pumps AFFORDABLE m .
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tAIDt ACCES8c: BR. 1 1WPb30Acra: with I
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All Sizes T.ILE.APARTMENTS 128 S. Walnut St. Starke 'haft weeded with AMob1I. Home with 1/4 MDe. rru.. ;# .
MAYTAGiii. ena to GWll., ,....p.on LaU Aoar ;Beau r.Rlrrlo's6-)
922 E.Brownlee St. Jnterlach Lake Owner will coneldH Gilcbzfet Ca Own

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2 &3BR, family ." .'Tractor';, rk1.Dackhae? .' "I3ulidaxor. ;: ; Forest Park ';

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Visit Our ShowroomM laundry& largeForYourPlumblnllPnrtIi K '. 1, 1 :L 964-582: -?.J; ,:<, q",. An apartment complex designed for moderate 3 "
playground964706i Income laclllee. No rental assistance available.,. t .
.. ,Attractive 1 ft :2 BR/1 DAapta., range,
refrigerator, carpet. central heat& air. patio
Low lucent and laundry. Free water sewer ft garbage. Rent !
See Housing tl88 > *22O minimum.Two complete

884 N.Temolo Ave..Starke 1il RenUfor30% PINE FORESTA'PARTMENTS handicapped. apartments avtalable.

Weekends: tri1& ._. of Your Income For Information /Application-*.*' ':'.sA'
S64-7578 If You Qualify Font Park Apartment*e 775 KB lt Street Lake Butler M 33084
i ((004))403432 BJtO.
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Now Accepting Applications for

: .ux p.if I o'o-i i'rotl C' : ''hi ,j
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LRKE RPRHTinEIlTS
FREE RENT, AtMonthfiMarcb"

$ Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unlti/Th***altocfflc -
IX Cypress Mulch Pine Bark IMO. unit are apaclom wIth btu of choeat tpace and al have .'
waR-to-wal carpet drape and kitchen appliance Orvtlte laundry j

9 To Qualified Renters / "Fully' faclime*. Rental cwlsrance. avalablo for qualified applicants. ,"

4fjC649'j Kitchen 4
'Equipped For appBcatton\ and Information ,
H i I ,. Cable Ready Pleas* tee u* at' @t. !.'
You Pick We Deliver "
Up or 1008 SWfitri Street
1530 W. :Madison Street jcrCCll4960314)
Butler.32054!
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[ Area .ids CT- HELP WANTED MOTORCYCLES CLEAN FURNISHED FOR HOMES RENT: central AC,


IStarke I ACCOUNTING CLERK with bookkeeping 1912 KAWASAKI LTD 550 only 5,335 extras, reasonable rents. PINES,
clerical skills $500. Call
experience part-time mil.. 2h.lm.ti, runt good. "' 6.2366. SR 121. lake Butler. 7/14TF
required. Knowledge of general office 964-2242. I.av. message 4 number or IAWTEY APARTMENTSi now taking applications
procedures Including 3/2.9
some
typing call 964-2728 or 9648020. 2tpd for 1 12 bedroom apartments '
filing and telephone duties Proficient
YARD SALES PERSONAL SERVICESWANT HELP WANTED on 10-key adding and good with CHSA fully equlpp.d kitchen
drapes. 782.3531, New
figures. Call 964-8820 Mon-Frl. 8:30.4p.m. management.
EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIMI Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF
TO DRINK. NEED 32EXPERIENCED
Itchg
I FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday 8:30-4 call FOR RENT
JOlt Sell Avon. For Information
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! BOOK-
p.m. Corn.r Edwards Rd. B ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT! children
WANT TO STOP Ramona 7823068. 12/29TF KIEPEII/II IlITARY, computer experience
Westmoreland across from n.w ar and elderly welcome. On. pet allowed
ATTENTION HIRINGII Governmentjobs MOBILE HOME LOTS with water
TH ATS OURS necessary construction ex. city
Itchg 3/2 ; will consider HUD S.ctlon B
GIGANTIC mory. MOVING SAlIi 412 BridgesSt. Alcoholics Anonymous ) your area. Many Immediate perlenc helpful Send resume to P.O. sewer, cobl. TV. U4-74*!. 1/12TF plicants. Best to call 964-8601 before ap-10
without waiting list or test. FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with clly
March 2,3.4,9.10,11 9-5 Itpd '.. ..150 or 964-814 openings Drawer A, STarke, Fla. 32091. Salary a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/2TF
p.m. pd thru 3/30 I7.840-S69,48S. Call 1-602-838-88S8. open commensurate with ability. water, sewer cable TV, 2 BR, I bath.
3/2 I SATURDAY 8." CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free ext. 83493. 4tpd 2/9.3/2 2tchg 329FULLTIME ,...-...9I.1/12TP
FRIDAY p.m. Ladlesdresses estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO.. VOCATIONAL AIDE to provide training EMPLOYMENT IN SALES and MOBILE HOMI ON GRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR. 1
baby cloth., baby high chair, Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF and supervision of 10 to 15 mentally customer assistance. Knowledge In ba unfurnished no p.lt, 1 child only. HOMESFOR
fan.,
ceiling Items.pots rugs 1002, stereo TV. BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. retarded adults In a sheltered pet, lawn I garden supplies will be $175 month plus$ISO security deposit. SALE
many more Butler Rd.Canc.11t 7823306. If no answer 782-3954, leave workshop setting. Includes supervision helpful.Apply at Gator II Farm Supply Call after 6 p.m., 9l>4..30. 964.8970,
Itpd 3/2
raining.YARD name and number. 8/23TF of client' work production and South of Starke on Hwy 301. 2/16TF or 9648705. TFo|
MULTIFAMILY SALIi Fri. Sat. WELL DRILLING PUMPS B SERVICE Dur- assisting In vocational training pro EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY) Assemble FURNISHED MOBILE HOME on Grill Is FOUR ACRES-CLOSE INuWlth'3
3/3-4 from 9.3 p.m. 909 N. ThompsonSt. rance Pump & Supply Co.. Water grams. Salary $340 to $360 biweekly products at home. Call for Informa Loop. 3 BR, 2 ba air and heat, no peti. Bedroom 2 Both frame, only 35000.
Washing machine, couch 8 chair, 2 Systems Specialists, 864 N. Temple fr.. medical and life Insurance, 4 tion. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 2tpd $275 month plus $ISO security. Call RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878
stereos, 8 track play.r., cloth., Ave.. US 301. Starke. Fl 32091. 9/8TF weeks vacation and quarterly bonu.... 223.32CHRISTIAN alter 6 p.m.. 964-8970, 9l>4..30. PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon
shoes, toys, whatnots, grab table 10 SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day week Send resume or application to Bob LADYi non-smoker, to live 964-B705. 216TFTWO 2 ocr... Remodeled new carpet
Items for $1; miscellaneous. Itjo 3/2 long term stay 468-2619. 11/I7TF Larimer Exec. Director, Bradford with elderly lady In Keystone Heights BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home, fireplace, screened porch deck,
SALE Includes blonde P.O. Box
YARD pine baby Industries,
WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES ARC/Sunshlne light housekeeping. Must have own unfurnished. $100 month $150 security $39,500.
crib. Saturday 9.5 p.m. Off Colley 964.5606.15TFTUTORING 509. Storke, Fl. 32091, 9647699. 3tchg car. Room board small salary ReplyP.O. deposit. No pets, only I child. Call RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 9648878LARGB

Rood. Itpd 3/2 SERVICES Is your child struggling 2/16-3/2 Box 6006 Starke. 32091. 2/26TF alter 6 p.m.. 964-8970, 964-4430, THREE BEDROOM 1'/ baths, cement -
THURSDAY FRIDAY,SATURDAY East 16 CRUISE SHIP JO8S. Now hiring men and 9648705. 2/16TF Starke, AC, CH
with D's, making C's when theyare NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for hardware block house In
2 miles out. 964.3185. Itpd 3/2 capable of making A'.? Call women. Summer and career oppor world man. Apply In person at Acme TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 ba $200 fireplace. 10% down. 33600.
YARD SALE FFA Farm Rd. Excellent plus
.
3 FAMILY 1st tunities. pay month.Call 533-2235 alter 5 4tchg
left beside Underwood 964-8594 after 12:30 p.m. 1/26TF Hawaii Bahamas, Caribbean Hardwar., E. Call Street Starke. Itchg p.m. 1726.7651 alter 3 p.m. 1222TFBY
daublewlde on travel.
HOUSEPAINTING Free estimates.Quality 3/2 2/16-3/9 OWNER 3 BR, 1 bath hou. on Rd.
Motel. Thur.. Fri., Sat. Itchg 3/2 .tc. CALL NOW! 206-736-7000 Ext. BRICK THREE BEDROOM 2 ba, on on. front
work. References provided ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for 100-A; (Grillis loop). On 1 acre,
FRIDAY a SATURDAY 536 N. Walnut St.. upon request.Call Tom L.wl., 964.7527 105C. IconDIETARY ASSISTANTS NEEDEDi Full Bradford Telegraph. Apply 135 W.Call acre, unfurnished, 2 car garage. $595 and bock porch carpet throughout
Large size clothes and meniwear. Little after 6 p.m. 4tchg 2/9-3/2 Bradford Hospital St., Storke, 32091. 226TFCOMMERCIAL month $500 sec. deposit. 9645254. In stove, refrlg., dishwasher. Window air
of everything. Itpd 3/2 I WILL WATCH ft CARE for your child or time, part-time. Deerwood Subdivision. 2tchg 2/23.3/2 units. Utility with washer/dryer hook
FRIDAY. MARCH 3: 8.11 a.m. South Col. Infant In my Starke home. HRS needs experienced persons willing to PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on GrilIIs up. 27950. Call after 6 p.m.,
ley Rd. Itchg 32MOBILE Registered 9643521. Itpd 3/2 work morning shifts as well a.possible Loop. Excellent condition privacy. 964-4430. 964-8970 9648705. TFlo
shifts the dietary dept. High
PERFECTO LAWN ft LANDSCAPING: split In Call 468-2374. Itchg 3/2 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES
HOMES Yearly maintenance. Mowing edgingand school diploma required. EOE. 2tchg TRAILER FOR RENT within walking from $1 (U-repalr). Delinquent tax pro
Iowa. $35 32.9HAIR distance ol two shopping centers. perty. Repossessions. 602-838-8885
As monthly
landscaping. DRESSER MANICURIST POSITION OFFICE SPACE: 500 sq. ft. for rent on
FOR SALE Serving Starke and Lake Butler Saturday 964-2222. 301, Starke. Apply at Durrance Prefer elderly couple. Call 964-6388 ext. GH3493. 4tpd 2/9-3/2
Free estimate. Call Nathan 496-2149 or OPEN Inquire Hwy 9l>4.7061. 8/25TF after 6 p.m. Itchg 3/2 BRICK THREE BEDROOM 2 bath 2 car

$/2 MOBILE HOMI with addition. CHSA, 4963014. 2tchg 223.32DRYWALLING WILL Itchg RE 3/2 TAKING APPLICATIONS dally 1000 Pump SQ.* Supply FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South TWO BEDROOM HOUSE with stove., garage, 1 acre on small lake. $82,000.
References required. Call collect 813-531-5584.
Included.
enclosed patio on 1 plus acres,close to : free estimates. Quality from 2.5 p.m. lor various positions In across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 refrigerator 4tchg
$100 deposit. 2/26.3/16
work. References provided upon request. 473-3627. $250/mo.
$29,000.RALPH Must 964-8848 eves
town. food service and housekeeping. month.
BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 Call John Goodman 964-2942 or 964.7625. Itpd 3/2 FOR SALE BY OWNERi In good location.
MOBILE HOME 14x60 9646989. 4tpd 3/2-23 be 18 yrs. of age, experience helpful 12/8TF small mobile NEAR MELROSE 14 wide MH 2 yrs. old, You have to see It to believe III I Brick

1916 2 BR FLEETWOOD 2 bath with .cr..n.d front and CHILD CARE alter school nights, ly.but not No necessary.phon. calls.Apply Troll In person Motel on A FOR home SALE park BY on OWNERS Grlllls Loop (Rd. 10O-A( ). 2 BR, I'/ ba., CH8A ceiling fans, total' veneer 3 BR 2'ba, LR, DR. kit.,
weekends. Mature and dependable. and .lee., utility room with washer/dryer D/Goroge CHSA, drapes, kit. appliances
back porch.on 1.15 ocr., large land Restaurant In Lawt.y. Itchg 3/2 Four lots with three mobile homes
.caped yard, metal tool shed located 964-8522. Itchg 3/2 WAITRESS NEEDED FULL-TIME apply room for more. Rental Income $700 hookups on 1 acre fenced yard. $295mo. washer & dryer sprinkler
and oiled. 17774501. Itpd 3/2 Too extras to list. For
of $23,000. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED 964-8970 or system. many
SR 221 SW Hampton. Buddy's Lakefront Rest. 4682080. Itchg monthly. Call alter 6 p.m.
on
468-1908 after 5 p.m. 2tchg 2/23.3/2 All makes and models $15. James 3/2 964-4430 or 964-8705. 2/I6TF APARTMENT FOR RENTi 1 BR, 1 Ba heat A more Info call 964-6807 or 9646853.
Strickland. 964-8733, Hwy 233 ft 16 air, WW carpet kitchen water 3/2TF
mobile ?
PROBLEM Want a lull-time lob
CREDIT A NEED EXTRA CASH or a |
BEDROOM home for sale by
furnished. $200 THREE
(Morgan Rd.) 3/2TF ..wag..garbag. mo.
home? We can h.lp. 19646407. Itchg 5.11 AVON. For Information call
SUWANNEI VALLEY COMMUNITY 3/2.23 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES $100 dep. Available 3/15. Call owner, I bath frame on 3.83 ocr. In
7823068. 4tchg
3/2
FOUR BEDROOM 2 both doublewlde, COORDINATED CHILD CARE INC.. announces PLOOF Ramona TRUCK LINES. INC. has Immediate 468-1857. 3/2TF Starke. Lots of pecan trees. $34,500 ,
will finance, with 5% down. that It Is now receiving applications openings for short-haul 8 road LARGE APARTMENT 1 BR In excellent. negotiable. 9645654. 4tchg 3/2-23
subcontracts from location all utilities furnished Including
for 4C
1-964-6407. Itchg 3/2 drivers. Must have 1 yr. verifiable experience
3/2 DOUBLEWIDEt front and rear d.ck, state licensed child care centers or good driving record goodpast 1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS TONING TABLES cable TV. 964-8704. Itpd 3/2
fully skirted, must sell. 19646407. homes In Columbia Hamilton. work history. Our drivers average COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Griffls LOSTFOUNDFEMALE
Itchg 3/2 Lafayette, Suwannee and Union Counties .23-.27 mile and are home on Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body loop furnished or unfurnished. $175
per .
ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME dbl.carport which wish to enroll children weekends. PLOOF TRUCK LINES wraps, lamps, lotions. Call today FREE mo., $100 deposit. 964 8704. Itpd 3/2 DACHSHUND FOUND on 27 Feb.
2 BR, 2 ba fully furnished pecan whose fee will be paid by the 4C. 4C 18002327233. 51 pd 3/2.30 color catalog, 1.800.835.3826.Icon THREE BEDROOM mobile home. 964-8614 1989. Owner may claim by calling
a pear tr.... Appraised at 27500. contract requires that centers meet the INSURANCE BILLING PERSON needed OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe or 9645768. 4tpd 3/2.23 964-5429 and having dog Identity them.
Estate sale 23000. Hwy. 225 (Bayless State of Florida minimum standards for full-tlm.. Must type 45 wpm. Please store, choose from: Jean/Sportswear, STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Itpd 3/2
Hwy). 4 mil.South of SR 100.3 miles child programs: (1) 10M-1103 Florida contact Personnel Dept. M-F 1-5 p.m.. ladles, mens, children/maternity your work? We have clean mobile
North of SR 16. Estate of ES. Oliver. Administrative Code (SAC) In addition 964-6000 Bradford Hospital. Itchg 3/2 large sixes, petite, homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF
Will consider owner financing. Call to state licensing centers: ((2)) Carry SALES POSITION Hughes Mobile Homes dancewear/aeroblc, bridal lingerie or FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities Classifieds Ads
904-471-1245. 4tpd 223.316TWO adequate public liability Insurancecoverage has one opening for man or woman accessories store Add color analysis. paid. From$37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA
BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde ; (3)) Agree to commply with .arn S25K plus. Experience not a mu.t. Brand names: Hi Claiborn., HOTEL, Walnut St. bv Post Offlre. TF Get Results!
federal civil rights requirements.To Inquire Chaus, lee, St. Michele,
mobile home on 2 acres In Suwannee 9646407. Itchg 32CASHIERCLERK HealthTex
County. Will finance after small downpaym.nt. about 4C subcontracting and to WANTED apply In per Forenxa Bugle Boy L.vl. Cammp
9645499. Itpd 3/2 receive an application please contact son. Pep-O Ga. A Food Store, 620 S. Beverly Hills, Organically Grown '
MOBILE HOME 14x56, 2 BR 1 ba, AC. all Miss Srancsca Whitener, Director Walnut St., STorke. Itcha. 3/2 Lucia over 2000 others. Or $13.99 one D'1vi i aw$ :p 1't 1& i i>di Shot>, :
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electric skirted with shed. $8,500. Suwannee Valley 4C. 204 S. Marlon WOMAN 25-..,TO LIVE IN able to drive price designer, multi-tier pricing dl. : 4
Lake City Fl.,32055.or call 755-5456 or Small salary. Can have one family shoe store. Retail
helpful. count or
3/2
964-4391. Itpd \ ik" !;t'7fti: (' ':t Uiuitl'St"H ,
12x64 MOBILE HOME Needs work. 1.800-542-5456.Itchg 3/2 child. Apply In person. Call first. prices unbelievable for top quality i.hr.; (frtr 'f' 'ctJfbfQUV: .

$2999 or best all.!.964.l>4C7. Itchg 3/2 MATURE LADY willing to babysit In my 9644536. 2tcg 2/23.3/2 shoes normally priced from $19 to $60.
home Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. RESIDENTIAL GROUP HOME MANAGERto Over 250 brands, 2600 styles. $18,900to : 2Ql) ''N.2afh: tSt.af' t' .Jm46Jl: J: .
and supervision training. fixtures -
Large fenced In yard close to Waldo provld. management $29,900: Inventory .
of small 6-bed living home airfare, opening etc. Can '
Elem. School. 468-1974 anytime. TFds a group grand "
for m.ntolly.r.larded adults. Experience open 15 days. Mr. Morphls
In ham. management and ((404)859-0229.) Itpd 3/2

'"" .on'' .. working with the handicapped prefer- OPEN YOUR OWN BEAUTIFUL fashion

,tJ.." .,,, ..III .. red. Salary $12.000 to $14.000 depr'n-*. store. Jean/sportswear Jr/Mlsses, ATTENTION: tali <4>... _,
'm.m: r ,io ,.Hub *,"** emit ,.q dlng'an training and experience.:: large lady. Maternity Infant/Preteen. :
I I I'STARKE Ile 'KM I trio", "t 111 M"? cellent fringe benefits Including fieu Over 2000 first quality brandnames.
medical and life In. and two weeks Bugleboy, LWW Levi.) Healthtex Jor-
RADIATOR Be paid vacation. Send resume or application dach. Organically Grown Guess. lit &
TRANSMISSION. INC. to Bob Larimer Exec. Director, Claiborne, and more. Investment of Toro Owners
Bradford ARC. unohlne Industries, only$13.900 ro $22.900 Includes beginning
Hcuur ft Radiator Repair P.O. Box 509. Stirke, Fl. 32091. Inventory training fixtures,
SpecialistI 9647699. Stchg 2/16-3/2 grand opening airfare, etc.
WEEKEND OFFICE HELP needed taking Mademoiselle Fashions, 5018492134. V.I.P. MembersPICKUP
1- .....\ :r Cores .W&er Pumus .Parts credit applications: and light office Icon

(FREE Cooling duties. Apply In person. Storke office, OWN YOUR OWN RETAIL BUSINESS all
I Olln's Mobile Home Sales. 2/16TF top quality. The latest up to date AND DELIVERY ON ANY

1_ System Inspection) clothing I shoes available. Full figure, TORO RIDER-GOOD THRU MARCH 31

!! 'IU.i PWe li T wn T Take A li kfI misses, junior a children. Includes fix- FREE TODAY!
301&6R 18O turlng and training. $14,900 to$29.900. CALL FOR PICK-UP
..I Comer Call 4049560695. Th. Fashion Image,

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HELP WANTEDDay Help Wanted SPECIAL

Train Treatment Program Aide VOCATIONALCARPENTER
needed to Instruct adult ASSISTANTTo $

To Be A clients In activities for daily provide supervision and $2495plua

ProfessionalTrain living. educational and training to handicapped

To Be A eSECRETARYSECRECEPTlONlST pre-vocatlonal(clerical) adult In the manufacturingof
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skills. AA degree or high wood product (wood e cl.u Entire* CHIeblrfxa Mow.rChuf

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locally.fun-tlme/part-Ume, recreational occupational. other power equipment. e Lob Throttle
Leam word processing & related health rehab services $4.2S-$4.5O hourly.High .Cbmk All KuU*BolteAdju Pre-Season Sale On 'All
skills. Home study and or .t Brakes B.lteScrriee
secretqrlal
Start locally,fun time/part time.. resident training National desired. Salary nnge$7.'nSO$14.f500. .chool and 1 yr. experienceIn Vo-Tech : Tins* B.tt.ryOnsse Mowers & Catchers
Train cm live airline compute woodworking or Alt Fittings
Borne study and resident training.Natl. headquarters Pompano Bch. FL Send resume training. Require ability to

.lulare..,Pompano Beech M. FIINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE J to:Audrey Koerner. work well with handicapped

Financial Aid MailableJOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE BradfordPutnamUnionGuidance adult Send resume or

Job Placement Assistance 18004323004THE Clinics.: Inc.P.O. application to Bob Larimer.

TRAVEL SCHOOL THE HART SCHOOL Box 399. Starke.m 32O91or Director. Sunshine RYAN -

DIV. OF A.C.T. CORP. apply to BPUGC at 943 GrandSt. Industries P.O. Box 509. A..

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Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted Longchamp ..
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House Available. $13.000 or Best Offer plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. or rough draft. Our In-staff design artist

Terms. Rental information and applications are available at the work'with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs.

Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke: We also have financing available. Harold

For Salo Davis Mortgage Broker with Gainesville "
,froperty SPECIAL f ONE MONTHS FREE RENT,.;: Is located in our office

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The Bradford High School Dance group received Superior rating at the FBA contest
I From left to right on the front row:Cheryl MOM Capt.Sheila Tew Carla Stephen and Emily aIn -.
the rear;Bridget Holder Tiuhlna VanZant.Co.Capt.Renee McCarthy and Shere Brown.
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The BMS majorette squad received an Excellent rating at the FBA contest.
From left to right on tops Cher Starling Theresa Green Heather Lawson and Teresa Rhoden.In .
fronts Robin Reglater,FaUna Yott,Trad Crawford and Kim Crom.

Local Groups Compete in FBA ContestSix

teams representing BradThe teams, under Head Inunder Superior and two teams
Superior... ford County competed In the structor Tammy McCormick, received the highest Excellent
Tin- flrdHurdIiddle: School dancers received a Superior rating at the FBA contort.I Florida Band Association con- Donna J. Parado and Asst. rating.
I I From kit.to right:Sheena Bin-grwt.: Aimee Crlffl/i,Jennifer Clinton,Tolka Strong,Julie William and Angela Barber. test held in Gainesville Fe. 18 at Sheila! Tew. received! no grades Congratulations, ladles.
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Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy
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Medicare. Insurance and Worker's: Compensation Accepted
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Melrose,Florida 32666 Starke.Florida 32091

475-3113 964-2208
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TheM BIIS majorette!received superior rating at the recent FBA contest. J5th
I From left to right:Renee Hewett,Christina Bath and Karen Morgan.Not Hours by Appointment Physician Referral
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General Adult Medical Care
Pediatrics and

ImmunizationsOffice Gynecology and Annual "Cluck Day11 March 4

Family Planning 10% Off FREE CHICK AllChicken
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Hardware Item of chicken feed On Sale
Cancer Screening


Our office is located behind GATOR II

Lake Butler Hospital FARM SUPPLYFeed

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PPC Approved Hospital or Food For .Garden Seeds
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sw1AI s.- -- e O -- -- 850 East Main Street Herb&Flower
Lawtey Majorettes... Fencing, Gates Seeds
496-O092 for appointmentBlue
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Ttte* majorette from Lawtey received Superior ratings at the recent FBA Posts&Wire TfDS Garden Plants
I contest. Cross/Blue Shield, PPC and Health Option HMO Rrovidej LivestockEquipment SATURDAY! .Lawn&Garden
From left to right/ :Jonl Crlffi/t,Dana Wllklaon and Carrie Tanner. Chemicals&
Aquarium Supplies Fertilizers
Hamsters, Gerbils. Mice .Pet Foods&
Denmark & Cockatlels for sale Supplies

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recommends these i for extra
storage, for spare bedrooms, towels FinancePrograms 60'x 24' 3 F4K 2 BATH ,.
3 and utility rooms. Super Bargain! > as pictured Presents 20 Years of Quality Service &:Value

Large I Includes 20 year lap siding: shingled roof; designer
t Call St. JU I L- DENMARK FURNITURE Selection trim package: storm/screen front door; 14' frost free
!l'' We Sell refrigerator. Delivered and set-up with cement steps.
DENMAFK'S I I E 434 W. Call St./411 W. NEW STORE HOURS Used &: ReposTOOK Factory. warranty. Enjoy this spacious home. for only
f: u;: Madison St. Starke FL 8.5:30': $15 986 with only $900 down,paymentonlj.1
Acres from WInn-DlxI Marketplace Monday-Friday $2O4 per month.Marginal Credit OKI I
Wnn-Dlw'e! Dr- 964-5826 964-5827 .
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Gerald Kenneth "Gerry" Ely 55 Marklee J. Norman under the direcUo "of Jones Funeral O'Berry of New York City and Marvin :- ti&I

of Starke, died Sunday, Feb. 26 at Marklee Jefferson Norman, 58, of Home. O'Berry of Long Island, N.Y: ''' '
the North Fla. Regional Hospital In Hampton, died Monday, Feb. 27 at one brother, Billy Thomas of FOUR "NAUTICAL NECESSITIES 1 .
Gainesville following a brief illness. Bradford Hospital of Starke. Mrs.Llnnie Bell Wallace Palatka; five sisters, Estelle An- YOUR BEAUTY BONUS WITH AMY'
Born and raised in Michigan, Mr. Born Sept. 26,1930 In the Heilbron Mrs. Linn Ie Bell Crawford drews, Lucille Whitehead, and FREE $13.50 MERLE NORMAN PURCHASE.' .
Ely was In the U.S.Army,then Springs area, Mr. Norman was a Wallace, 74, of Lake Butler, died Margaret Touchstone, all of Lake "
to Starke where he was a moved lifelong resident of Bradford County. Feb.22 at the Whispering Pines Care Butler, Dollie M. Smith of Jackson- .
contractor. He was former owner building of He was a retired machine calibrator Center In Starke following an extended ville,and Eff le Touchstone of Winter .
the Palms Apartments in and a member of First Christian illness Haven; four grandchildren and X VB*'
was the builder of Sunshine Starke and Industries Church of Starke. Born In Union County, Mrs. three great-grandchildren. Merle Norman's spring bonus gift "Nautical moisture balance of fragrance-free Eye famfr q ,
Development Center Survivors include his wife,Shirley Wallace was a lifelong resident of Funeral services were held Feb. Necessities" includes lip and cheek colors Complex. One customer while supplies tki*' r
on pet
J. Norman two Bradford and Union Counties. She 24 in the Chapel of Archer
South Chamber 100.of He Commerce was a member and of the N. Stalling; of Raleigh daughters, N.C., Sherry, and was a homemaker,widow of the late Home with Rev. Bobby Clyatt Funeral of- crisp and breezy clear. Plus the beautiful lust. Bring this ad to redeem your free !l ih. ,' ;;1

Protestant. was a Darlene N. Wise of Keystone; his Cecil Wallace, and a member of ficiating. Burial was In Dekle ; ., .,.'
Survivors Include his mother, Freida Sapp Norman of Calvary Baptist Church of Starke. Cemetery under the direction fo Ar-*.. ,.' ..'-
wife, Mrs. .. .. .,1J < .
Starke Survivors Include two Luis cher Funeral Home ; ":
sons. of
Lake
one brother Butler. -
Diane Firth Ely two LeRoy Norman _. ..
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Keith and Barry Kenneth, both of of Camp Standing; one
Starke; and one brother, Larry Ely sister, Linda N. Andrews of New Card Of ThanksWe Sheriff's Department for their :..',"
California. River; two grandchildren, Dilan & assistance and concern. .. .
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Graveside funeral services Kelsey Wise of Keystone. would like to express our The Family of Robert Wesley -::::;: -...--- ..,
were thanks
Funeral services will be held to everyone for your expres- Courson -- '';" '
held Wednesday, Mar. 1 at 3:30: .mat sion of love -
p shown to us during the ; "
James Crosby Cowart Lake Cemetery officiating.with Archie Rev. DeWitt Thursday C., Jones March Chapel 2 at 3 of p.m.Starke in loss of our father and grnruir,uhrr. Card Of Thanks .-.:::-." (, '' ,' srF f .'r':0; : .,..:"..-"..;4;.
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Tanner Funeral Home of with Rev. Tom Crafton officiating. S "ttti. .
charge of arrangements.Starke is in Burial will be in Prevatt Cemetery The visits phone calls, cards, The family of Linda Cannon and ,,,1\ -I '
under the direction of Jones Funeral food flowers and prayers meant so Robinson family would like to express ,:. s w 4(1"-:
William Larry Harris Home. much.A their sincere thanks for all ...."'" ..
the food .
,flowers and words of kind-
William Larry Harris, 33, of Mrs. Ramona PachecoMrs. special thanks to Doyle Archer ness in our time of loss. It was n. '
Starke, died Sunday, Feb. 26 in Ramona and staff and the Union County rreatly appreciated.WANTA ".
Pacheco, 83, of 04-
University Hospital of Jacksonville, Starke : ....;
died
following injuries he received froman Feb. 23 in Alachua .
accident on Feb. 11 on 301 North tended General Hospital following an ex- ,
illness.
Born July 25, 1955 in Gainesville
Mr. Harris was a lifelong resident 01 Born Jan. 12,1906 in Ponce,Puerto
Starke. He was Rico, Mrs. Pacheco moved to Starke
employed at Starke
Uniform Company in the shipping in 1985 from Trenton, N.J. She was a
homemaker and a Catholic.
and
department was a Baptist.
Survivors include one brother,
Calvin J. Harris of Starke and one Survivors include one daughter,
sister, Betty Rhoden of Hampton. Ada Delzo of Starke; two sons, Joe GOOD
Graveside funeral services were and Charlie Pacheco of Manhattan, DEAL? '
held March 1 in Pine Grove N.Y.; 14 grandchildren and 8 great-
Cemetery of Raiford with Rev. grandchildren.
Charles Starling officiating. Ar- Funeral services wereheld Feb. 27 Check Our Classified Section
rangements were handled by Jones in St. Edwards Catholic Church with mERLE '1.'
noRmnn "8 S.Thompson ; ,
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Funeral Home of Starke. Father Phil Gagan officiating. Inter- ,
ment was in Crosby Lake Cemetery S T U D I O S 901-7355 '.o:

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TELEGRAPH TIMES MONITOR SECTION' March 2,19H9 _


KillS Wins Dist. 8 Title Over UCHS, Fall to P.K. in RegionBy I

Mark Frledlln '-..)
LRM Sports Writer over the Tigers In the final Sat- abled the Indians to overcome a offense they were running"
The KHHS Indian basketball urday night. 14-10 first period deficit and Coach Wingate said. "I'm very
team came a long way back this 3; Vey hit for nine points, race out to a 42-28 lead at halftime proud of our team In this game.
DeKeyser and scored .
season bouncing back from y nine. In- That was about as well as they
the loss of two starters to In- cluding a pair of breakaway "We went to 3-2 zone defense have played all season and it
juries to play their best ball of drlvlnc; layup 1 In a row that en- that matched up well with the. -was against a fine team."

the season for the final 10 I' i;: !
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games. LAW OFFICE OF
The Indians outscored a tough :
and much Improved Union .." : 1 as ; LANSING J. ROY
County squad 57-41 Saturday N 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
night In Lake Butler to take the \ Keystone Heights. FL 32656
District 8 2A crown for the fifth 473-7256
straight year but couldn't match
fourth-ranked P.K. Yonge's Ore-
power in the Region 4 title game ANNOUNCING:
Tuesday night on the Blue GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW
Waves' homecourt In "A Full Service Law Firm"

Gainesville 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals
The Indians
got a 25-polnt
performance from senior center
Bill Drost against P.K., but the t Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions.Trial .
Indians super center who will Work. Wills, & Probate. Social Security Disability.
be heading to Florida Southern r Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.
University on scholarship after Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony -
graduation out of the
foul trouble was throughout muchof gameIn Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law..
the second period. State or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative &
Even then the Indians played Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

their fourth-ranked hosts ((22-5)) El: Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.

guard tough with Ryan a Wacha free throw and by baskets Junior I ..+''I Adoptions. Non-Profit Religious & Chartible Organizations.NO .

by senior forwards Marty Hub- Driving for Two... CHARGE
FOR INITIAL CONSULTATIONYour
bard Tom Vey which thema
gave
Senior forward Tom Vey of KIIHS drive under the board
21-17 lead with 4:20: to play in for two of Us nine
the half. point agalnit P.K.Yonge In the Region 4 title game. ,

Another driving layup by Vey ', . .
tied the game at 23-all then 1 '::Ftjri f"'l"e'J';; : :

Wacha drew an offensive ... '' \ .er l. .
charging foul and sank a pair of "
free throws to put his team up

2523.The Indians didn't have enoughto

stay with them however. In
the next three minutes as the Choice
Waves got their running game otGreat Rates
going and outscored the Indians
17-9. taking a 35-28 lead into
the locker room at the half.
The opening minutes of the
third period are always Impor
tant and the Blue Waves contin-

ued running at the pace they Certificate Certificate of
5-Month of
had set int he second period as Deposit Jumbo Deposit
they went on a 10-3 run as the
third period began and took .
their biggest lead of the night minimum depositof


with The this a Indians 48-37 point but advantage.could started have a run foldedat of 9 nOlo 8 750/0 $100,000 %

their own that momentarily quieted -' 9 S 0
a the P.K. crowd. 270 to 540 days
The 10-2 comeback
surge was
Yield
Annual Percentage Current RateCompounded "
basket
triggered by a fall-away simple interest
minimum deposit $1000 Monthly
by Drost. who was now back in
the line-up after sitting the sec-
ond period in foul trouble, a ,

short paint Jumper a backcourt by Hubbard steal In and the "iIie'redCertificaes/.f,:: brop. na a ()nif ymfrlrrr a:ep9$ 1 ,$i ill t

layup by senior guard Mike
DeKeyser. a 15-foot jumper by 9 Month Term
Vey and another bank shot by Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Current Rate
Drost.

The Indians had pulled all the $15000andover 9.S SOlo 9.1 SOlo _
way back to within three pointsat .
47-50. but the sudden surge $,0,000 to$14.999 9.50"b" 9.11% -
ended as quickly as It began
$25,000 to$49,999 9.43% 9,05%
with the Waves reeling off eight
unanswered points of their own $10.000 to$24.999 9.38% 9.00%
en fast break opportunities. $9.999 %
$1.000 to 9.25 8.88%
Suddenly the home team was
up 58-47 and they went on to .
maintain that lead by hitting ;ti.qu.iai !"I1..tisJ\1ojj; y; arket.cO..rit. ;
their free throws in the fourth : .
period. The: Indians matched
their hosts basket for basket In minimum de osit 25,000 compounded monthly- Rate aid 2-22-89

the fourth period but could not Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
pull all the way back from ad-
versity one more time despite
three point shots by Dusty 8.910/0 8.S60/0
Rollins Wacha and Drost $1S.000andover
"P.K. has a fine team; Indian
Head Coach Mike Wingate said $50.000 to$14,999 8.66% 8.33%

after the game. "Our guys played $25.000 to$49.999 8.41% 8.10%
their hardest but we knew we
couldn't get into a running game

with them.them We and didn't hope have to outscore quite Florida Federal offers you choice and convenienceChoose

enough under the boards to

proud match of up this with team.them They but over-I'm from a variety of investment options to fit your For maximum return, an individual Jumbo certificate offers a

came a lot of adversity and individual needs. To earn a high rate for a short term a 5- high rate for a short term.

played their hearts out this sea- Month CD is the perfect solution. Or try a tiered 9 Month For your added convenience Florida Federal offers easy

son. I win was because very proud Union of the Countyhas district CD where the more you deposit, the more interest you earn. account opening by mail. Just complete the attached coupon

such a fine team and I think The Liquidity Plus Money Market Account brings total and mail it with your deposit to any of the offices listed.

most people expected us to lose liquidity including check writing privileges. Interest rates .
that one. I'd say It was a seasonto
be proud of for our playersand keep pace with the market changing everyday based on sJj
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the school." the day moving average of the Federal Funds Rate. Plus, -

Drost led the way against the the more you deposit the higher your earnings and you :I I Enclosed Is my check for$ II I
Blue Waves and gained the respect -
of the opposing players can withdraw from this high yielding investment at anytime 1 to open a D S Month CD($1,000 minimum) D 9 Month Tiered CD($1,000 minimum) I

and fans with his top-notch without penalty u D)JUMBO CD-Days($100.000 minimum) 1
play hitting for 25 points and Market minimum
Liquidity Plus Money Account($25.000 )
hauling down 11 rebounds. I
DeKeyser handed the press well I Deposits mailed to open CD with coupon will earn the rate being paid on the date received or
and was second In scoring with o Florida Federal I before the above rate whichever Is higher Above CD rates are valid on coupons received on or I
Monday. 22789.
13 points. Vey ended an out- I
'
standing career with 12 points Do not send cash through the mail. I II
and five assists and Hubbard I Account should be titled:(Please print the following information) I
another departing senior who Savings Bank
will be hard to replace scored Mr.Mrs. Ms._
I 10 points. Wacha will be back I I
next season as the Indian top Social Security Number of first name listed
point guard and hit for eight (Required by Federal Regulation)
i points.) Another very promising' 220 N Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 Madison Street
I with I
sophomore Is Rollins. He finished Gainesville, 32601 Gainesville, 32605 Starke, 32091 Joint Account -
with seven points and 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000 I I
Address
showed the crowd he can hit the I I
three pointer as well. 3501 W. UniversityAve. 405 S. Lawrence Blvd. 3033 S.W. College Rd. I Code I
Stanezip
One other senior who will be Gainesville,32607 Keystone Heights, 32656 Ocala,32674 I City ,' I

especially senior forward missed Tim next Frazer.seasonIs the 373-8462 473-4952 237-7204 I Home Telephone Number( )--Daytime Phone Number( )_ "ti I I

team's second leading scorer
I Signatures( )
I until suffering a severely
sprained ankle at mldseason.Frazer I _+ 1 .

, scored four points A I Under penalties of perjury I certify that my taxpayer identification number Is I
,i against the Blue Waves. Your deposits are Insured up to$100.000 by an agency ohM U.S.Government. I correct and that I am not subject to backup withholding under the IRS code..
Drost led the way with 22 Substantial penalties will Imposed for early withdrawal of certificates of deposit Rates are subject to I I. I
,
" points against Union County In ch.1ngewlthout notice.Annual yield assumes funds and accrued Interest remain on deposit for one ;
I and Florida Federal Office address listed ft. I
Clip complete mail to to tee
the final of the district tourna- year.Liquidity Plus balances that fall below the minimum earn a reduced interest rate.Accounts any .1'
: opened with coupon will require a notarized signature on the permanent signature card. I II I rf
; ment and keyed two big scoring I Note Substantial penalty,will be Imposed for early withdrawals from Certificates of Deposit. I
i. surges one at the end of the
second period and the other at Rates are subject change without notice 1>-14/4/ j I
the beginning of the third that
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