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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 9, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Worth Commissioners Review Fine and Forfeiture Fundby I



Buster Rahn the board, County Judge George Norman said "We're overspen- While some line items are overs- Ms. Ellerson said interest income is
meting BCT Staff WriterExpenditures Pierce and Attorney Terence ding the budget relative to revenues. pent, the overall picture isn't too posted at the end of the fiscal year,
are running a little Brown. The Public Defender's Office has bad, with 41.6 percent of the year Septermber 30. Adding interest In-
ahead and revenues a little behind Commissioners listened but tookno almost spent its annual allocation." gone, 35.9 percent of projected come to revenues will bring income !
budgeted amounts in the county's $1 action. Farnsworth distributed copies of revenues have been received and to approximately 42 percent, righton
Homemakars.; .. million Fine and Forfeiture Fund Commission Chairman Wilbur the F and F Fund Revenue and Ex- 45.3 percent of budgeted funds have line for the year to date.
Bradford Extension from which law enforcement and Waters said the purpose of the penditure budget, and told commissioners been expended.The Expenditures is another story.
Homemakers County Club will meet at 10 court costs are paid. meeting was to review the budget, that they are liable of budget revenues budget provides for While Sheriff Etheridge is responsible -
a.m., Thursday, March 9 in the County Commissioners met with and asked Clerk Ray Norman to ex- overexpenditures. "The clerk (Nor- an estimated $81,000 in interest in- for the F and F budget some ex-
US-301 Sheriff Ken Etheridge Wednesday, plain the situation. man) cannot sign checks exceeding come, but does not record any In- penditures are beyond his control.
Building on i
Agriculture March 1, to discuss the Fine and Norman said the county is now in revenues,some of which are running terest as having been received. Court appointed defendersare
North. Ph. 964-7015. Forfeiture Fund (F and F Fund), the fifth month of the fiscal year, below 41.6 perecnt," Farnsworthsaid. County Finance Director Esther paid from the F public and F budget,
which appears to be overspent in with 41.6 percent of the year gonesome Ellerson said with revenues down and have spent 57.3 percent of the
Lunch Bunch... some categories. line items have expendedmore The Farnsworth comment about and expenditures up interest in- funds allocated for the year.
Meeting with the group were CPA than 50 percent of their annual revenues means that money is com- come will be lower than anticipated
The Lunch Bunch will meet Fri- Pat Farnsworth, financial advisor to allocation. ing in slower than expected. but $14,000 has been earned thus far. (See Flind..P.2A)
day, March 10 at noon, in the
Presbyterian Church Fellowship
Hall. Bring a covered dish and joinin '
the good fellowship. Council Reverses


Antique Engines...

The Trading Post Restaurant on
US-301 North of Waldo will sponsorthe BoardIn
North Florida Antique Engine Zoning
Association exhibit March 10,11 and
12. All antique engine exhibitors
I are invited as guests of the Trading i t S i t
I Post. Call or write Leon or Sheila Jail Decisionby
Stanford about location and space.
Ph. (904) 468-2622, or write RFD 1,
Box 244 Waldo, Fla., 32694. ''**'";,- *. sK******* "VT Buster Rahn
Admission is free. "">. .. 1 BCT Staff Writer for public buildings, making the jail
out of conformity with the original
1 The Bradford County jail, locatedat classification. The RP classification
BHS Class of 1979... ":' Pratt and Broadway Streets in allows a public building to be locatedon
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BHS Class of 1979 is planning a .. ts. Starke,was brought into compliancewith a lot 6,000 sq. feet or larger. f
4 zoning rules oy a 3-2 vote of "
ten year class reunion. The next \ ", city It is the responibility of the Zoning -
meeting is set for Monday, March 1 t commissioners Tuesday night. Board to rezone properties in confor-
13 at Sonny's Barbecue. RSVP \ March 7, in a 2V&-hour-plus meeting. mity with zoning regulations. I
964-8683, 964-2296 or 282-8743. .....-- ,t' Overriding its Zoning Board, the The battle should properly have 'I
-. "' city council reclassified the ',/-acre been fought in the Board of Adjust-
i' jail site from single famil residential ment arena.
U-CAP Auction... ..
(R1C) to
.. .- : residentialprofessionalRP
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U-CAP will hold an auction and ". / 4; ( ). An RP classification reducesthe Zoning Action...
supper Saturday, March 18, 4-7 I. : .. f minimum lot size from one acre In the Starke Zoning Board
p.m., in Lawtey Community School. I ) to 6,000 square feet with a special meeting Feb. 23. The Board of County -
Smoked pork or chicken dinners, $3 exception. The county still faces ob- Commissioners petitioned the
each. Several items will be auctioned I taining or special exception, which Zoning Board to reclassify the jail
including a home made quilt, M ,. was turned down Feb. 23. site to bring it into conformity with
antique stove, antique lamp and a } .. County commissioners stayed its actual use.
goat.Call. away front the Feb. 23 city zoning Sheriff Ken Etheridge representedthe
Sally Gotts, 964-7911 for In- and board of adjustment meetings, county at the Feb. 23 city zoning
i formation. but got involved Tuesday after I initial meeting outlining the bind in which
,- requests were denied by the city
( --- the commissioners find themselves,
Deadline... boards. but the Zoning Board members were
Deadline for filing for correction -- Voting to override the Zoning unsympathetic and turned down the
Board's decision and
deny to rezone
of Solid Waste request.
a Special Assess-
ment for 1988-89 is March 15. ..- the parcel were Mayor Bobby Biggs Subsequently, the Board of Adjust-
Complaints filed after the and Commissioners Vernon Silcox ment followed the Zoning Board in
deadline will be charged and Travis Woods. Voting to deny denying a request for a variance and
a penalty'fee.
the rezoning, RIC to RP, were com- special exception.
= s ;-L missioners Ed Wall and Charles Actions of the city Zoning Boardare
Complaints should be filed in the a a ; = J Schaefer.
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to review and
subject possible
Starke Hall
City Zoning Board Of-
fice. II The Tuesday vote brings the pre- reversal by the city council, but the
sent jail facility into conformity with Board of Adjustment's decision can

Chamber Mixer... ", the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, only be appealed to the circuit court.
/. and allows Bradford commissionersto Once a request has been turned
The Chamber of Commerce will pursue a variance and a special down by the Board of Adjustment,
hold its Chamber Mixer in the exception through the Starke Boardof the same request cannot be brought
Florida National Bank 5-6:30: p.m., r Adjustment. back before the board for six mon- .
the final Tuesday in the month, 7 r i'o 4 The special exception and ths. However an altered request can
March 28. 4' variance are needed for the countyto be brought back to the Board of Ad- .\
The Florida National Bank is locate on the jail site a 20-by-100 justment at its next regular
hosting_ the event. foot wood frame building, which can meeting. ;
V. house up to 26 inmates.The county is
In Emergency... "" under a court order initiated by the Commissioners Meet...

County residents with 485, 468 or ; 1.IJ.:1' Department of Corrections, to In- In the commissioners mid-month
496 telephone prefixes may call ..... r ;,. I crease the inmate capacity of the meeting Wednesday, March 1, Com- ,
either of two numbers, 376-1502 or ,-.i- ( ;2.'.. '" jail by 10 by June 1. missioner Maxie Carter, Jr., moved I
377-5122 in emergency situations -"'" 'It*\41' .- Commissioners have agreed to to instruct the County Attorney to
toll free, day or night. In daytime ... ask for a three year exception, and file an appeal through the circuit
working hours the call will go into 'J..7 "'. have agreed to cut back the size of court to overturn the Board of Ad-
the courthouse switchboard, at !ur s I ",:/ the frame building to meet set back justment refusal to allow a special
night the calls go to the county jail. I ; requirements, moves not proposed exception and variance. Commis '
Jurors should call 964-6280 if focalto when making the Feb. 23 request for sioner Joe Riddick seconded the motion
Starke or 375-020911 in 485, 475 or the exception.County and it carried in a 5-0 vote.
468 areas. M commissioners made a Attorney R.A. Green has resignedas
committment that when a new jail is county attorney and has been
Arthritis Foundation... ,. built it will not be on the same site, replaced by Attorney Reggie Flynn, I'
An area Arthritis Foundation when asked by City Councilman but the office is in a transition .
Chapter is being formed locally. If Travis Woods. period, with some doubt as to who is
representing the county as its attorney
interested, please call Lorraine _
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Wilkison, 782-3462 (Lawtey Ex- r The Problem... on the jail issue.
change). Busy as Bees at BUS... Bradford commissioners are fac-
ed with court order to add 10 beds City Council...
Working for seven hours Saturday eleven Bradford the cafeteria and gym. a
Upcoming... High students primarily members of the Student At bottom left Durban and Danika Richardson to the jail by June 1, or face a possi- Reviewing the Zoning Board's
Public meetings scheduled in the Council planted 95 trees on the mostly bare campus.At water a tree. ble $10,000 per day fine and other recommendation to deny the requestto '
coming weeks are: top: Chris Durban, who led the project Allison At bottom left: Jeff Adams wrestles a tree out of a costs that could bankrupt the coun- rezone the jail site was on the city
Chamber of Commerce Board of Farnsworth and Jeff Adams plant maple trees between container. ty. The deadline for compliance had council agenda Tuesday, March 7, i.
Governors meeting is set for 12 been set for March 1, but was ex- bringing out a large group both for
noon.Thursday, March 16 in Con- tended 90 days because of the and against the rezoning proposal.
ference Room, Andrews Center, Students Work to Improve BUS CampusBradford change in the sheriffs office. County commissioners had not at-
SFCC. Commissioners are convinced the tended the Feb. 23 zoning board'meeting.
Bradford County School Board court Is serious in its demand, and But four commissioners
i meeting is set for 7 p.m., Monday High Student Council members planted 95 are not on the Student Council showed up, including are attempting to meet the court's Riddick Carter, Ross Chandler andE.L.
March 13 in District Administration trees around the BUS campus Saturday, March 4, in a Laymon Rupe, Benji Bass, and Tushina Vanzant. requirements.In Norman, attended the March 7
j .Building on N. Temple Ave. project led by senior Chris Durban. Chris Durban, who learned his way around the order to meet the court order city council meeting, along with .
I, Realtors meeting set for 8 a.m., nursery business with his father, Raymond Durban, deadline and minimize expen- Sheriff Etherid e' Chief Deputy Pat j
Tuesday, March 14, in Bradford The Student Council spent $500 for the trees. It is the and his grandfather, Marvin Rosier, drew the land- ditures, commissioners sought and Henry and Chtei Jailer RaymondHunt. ,
Family Restaurant. first landscaping project by the students in the 15-year scaping plan. received a 20 X 100 ft.frame building .
Warren Stevenson will be the history of the high school. Donations to pay for the The students planted red-buds, dogwoods, red from the Department of Corrections Commission Chairman Wilbur '.
speaker. trees can be made to the Bradford High Student Coun- maples.holly and elm trees all around the campus. (DOC) that is surplus to its needs at Waters was out of town, leaving ,
Brooker,City Council meeting is cil.The The 'J'8CO bell Restaurant donated lunch to the New River Correctional Institution Vice-chairman Carter to lead the
set 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 14, 11 students were Chris Durban, Amiee students. Sanfelasco Tree Farm in Gainesville gave in NW Bradford County. commission forces.
.. in City Hall.Hampton. Ferguson Yvonne Bobo, Shae Blom, Danika Richardson Durban a good price on the trees and donated 18 holly Bradford Commissioners plan to Carter apologized for not atten-
City Council meeting ,Jeff Adams, Ken Johnson, Melissa Starling, trees. relocate the building behind the jail, ding the Zoning Board meeting in '
is set 7 .m., Tuesday, March 14, in Shares Sanford, Allison Farnsworth, and Scott Allen The Key Club and Student Council are taking responsibility thereby gaining 26 bed spaces at February, saying the commission
City Hall.Bradford. the Student Council sponsor. Some BIN students who for watering the trees. minimal cost, and utilizing existing didn't wish to appear overbearing in
County Commissioners kitchen and other facilites at the jail. seeking relief for jail problems. ,
mid-month meeting is set 7:30: Since the jail is Inside the city, Carter outlined the jail situation,

p.m.Courthouse., Wednesday, March 15, in Guidelines Proposed to Regulate Borrow Pits county from commissioners the Starke must Board win of Ad-approval been restating made many in prior points meetings that, but have not

Bradford County School Board Proposed regulations for borrow Rules proposed by Zoning Direc- and be subject to a majority vote of justment for a special exception to to Sheriff the city Etheridge council. fielded ques- ;
will meet at 7 p.m., in Brooker pits of less than five acres were tor O'Neal include: the county commission. move the frame building onto the tions from the council, supporting
Elementary School. given to the Bradford commissioners site.The the need for the to
rezoning parcel
Starke Council Is No borrow be O'Neal also proposes that con- jail with capacity capped at
City meeting Monday: March 6, by Zoning pit will allowed in a a bring it into conformity.
set 7:30: p.m.Tuesday, March 21, in Director Darreli O'Neal.At residential zoning classification.A struction must begin within 90 days 28 inmates!, averaged 28 inmates in Commissioner Ed Wall questioned
Had. minimum size of three after the permit Is issued and ex- 1988 Sheriff Etheridge. Inmate
City the parcel says
present county regulates Sheriff Etheridge why the frame ,
Bradford County School Board borrow pita of five acres or larger, acres with a property width of 200 cavation must begin within avoid 180 daysof populations have been up to 40 in- building couldn't be moved behind J
will meet at 7 in permit issuance to expira- mates on a certain day, he said.
p.m., Hampton but does not regulate smaller bor- feet.Excavation the Courthouse, transporting food to i
Elementary School. row pits. The proposed ordinance is may not take place tion of the permit. All public buildings in Starke, in- the 10 Inmates Incarcerated there.
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Bradford County will hold its a reaction to complaints from within 80 feet of a propertyfenced O'Neal also proposes reclamation cluding the Courthouse City Hall., Wall said the distance I is only .9 of a .;
and
regular second meeting of the residents in Mount Pleasant and The entire : ''of a borrow pit after conclusion of Schools, Health Department mile and can be traversed in 2.25
month at 7 p.m, in Lawtey Elemen-t Keystone Oaks;" residential areas with a minimum five foot American excavation.The others, were placed in RlC minutes. 1
tary School. Just west of Keystone Heights where woven wire with two strands of barb- classifications when zoning was instituted Sheriff Etheridge said two jaUsites
'Bradford County School Board a 3-acre borrow pit has been dug by ed wire on top for a minimum of 54 KH area residents said Mon- A special exception was would incur additional man-
will meet at 7p.m., Tuesday, contractor Greg Griffis. The property feet total height. day that two strands of barbed wire never sought for the Jail nor for He
March 28, in Starke Elementary. was purchased from realtor Jacky The parcel shall be: posted on .have been erected about half way other public buildings except the the flame building will. probably
Bradford County Zoning Board Courtn who developed the area. each side, have access to publie around the borrow pit in question. ;relatively new mental health house 26 Inmate rather than 10,and ,
will meet 7 p.m., Tuesday, March It will take several months for the right-of-way, be located outside of They requested an Injunction to stop behind the courthouse, transporting food three times a day '4
28, in konCingg Board proposed rules to become law. First the 100 year flood plain or any flood use of the pit until the new law 81:t Is a requirement of zon- is a chore, even under ideal condl-
meeting Is the ordinance must be drafted by way.A. becomes effective. Attorney Flynnwas nces. tions. I
set for 7p.m.,'Thursday, March 30, County 'Attorney Reggie Flynn, borrow pit will be permitted, to meet with the residents, The jail lot contains 19,000 sq. feet, Commissioner Chandler spoke hi
In City Hall. advertised, and a public hearing with reviews authorized by the county headed by Mrs. Sue Mossman, after less than a half acre. RlC classification -
held. engineer and county commission the commission meeting. requires a one acre minimum (See Jall..PJA)

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I Lawtey Audit Report I '. ..-,- .


Praises Bookkeepingby .


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Buster Rahn some savings accounts was not
BIT Staff Writer recorded on financial records.We .
Doug Reddish, CPA, presented the noted that the city did not ..ct
annual City of Lawtey audit reportto have invoices to support all of its ex
the city council, Monday, March penditures recommend that the
6, and was highly complimentary, city not pay bills unless an invoice is
both to the council for their handlingof present to support the expenditure.The .
city affairs, and to Town Clerk minutes appeared to be well
Queen Robinson, for her accountingwork. kept and reflected official action
taken by the council. However, the
The audit report shows the town minutes did not indicate the check
had $317,037 cash and cash numbers and amounts of
equivalents on hand at the end of the disbursements that were approvedat
audit period, Sept. 30, 1988. Fund council meetings.
balance decreased$16,946 during the Mayor Hosier read check numbersand
year, to $125,426. amounts into the record for invoices
The audit reports shows actual approved during the meeting,
revenues exceeded anticipated bringing the procedure into com
revenues by $65,064, for a total In- pliance with the auditor's comment.
come of 252760. Actual expenditures
exceeded budgeted amountsby Water for Residents...
$28,665, for a total of $279,541. Mayor Rosier said the town is furnishing -
Reddish said some budgets were water to people living out
overspent, and recommended that side of town, even though some town
budgets should be amended prior to residents have not yet been con The Dames are Here... Julie Ferguson, Lynn
Lisa Blalpck.
in Kim Lawson
the end of the year to reflect actual nected to the city water lines. He Standing, rear
expenses. Reddish indicated this is said, "It isn't fair for them to be payIng Members of the cast of "The American D.ime" art II-I'I: Barber, Barbara Thorpe, Lenore Welly, Patricia Crawford as the Darlene Statueof
not a serious problem in the a 10 percent utility tax and not At bottom: Don Richie, Richard Smith. Brad (irrrit. Roger Ituthwell Liberty Janet Kimmons Lori Williamson. Barbara Searcy.
management of fiscal affairs, but is get water." Angela Ward Richie Taylor. Mike Crawford. Jamey t'urvrr, Jim l.ove. Blye Angela Ford, Arlene Love, Donna Iliekey. and Allison Denmark.

a procedure that should be followed. Commissioner Buster Bennett,
The report made the following water commissioner, said he will ex-
statements relative to Accounting pedite laying water lines inside the "An American Dame" Presentation Set March 10A
Practices and Procedures: city before taking on homes outsideof

Bank prepared reconciliations and agreed were with properly the- town. tribute to American women is The cast of 27 members consists of matinee performance March 11 are Cynthia Zurfluh.
records. the theme of "The American persons from Bradford and Clay Ruth Johns, Margaret Ritchey, and Also being honored are Laurie
accounting Other Actions... and the Saturday Mullins, Mary McCloud, and Mrs.
The financial records Dame, a 90-minute dramatization Counties, as well as students from Lila Rae Yawn, at
mathematically accurate and were, in In other actions, the council being put on at the Bradford High SFCC, Bradford High and Keystone evening performance Thelma Margaret Howard. Information as to
reflected agreed to pay per diem for Barry School auditorium Friday, March Heights.At Broughton, Olecta Hardenbrook, when these ladies were to be
general properly the Watts and Councilman Bill Crouse to Milliard Mildred Hitchcock. honored was unavailable at press
Cathy ,
financial transactions of the 10, and Saturday, March 11. the end of each performanceand .
city. attend a two day school in Orlando. Alice Hudson Elaine Slocum and time.
Cash receipts were properly ac- 8 p.m. performances are set Fri in keeping with the play's
counted for and promptly depositedto The council agreed to discuss in day and Saturday, March 10-11, anda theme, several women will be
official bank accounts. The city the April meeting the possibility of 2 p.m. matinee Saturday. Ticketsare receiving an "American Dame" Call For
maximized interest earnings by in- paving an area adjacent to the tire free for all students and facultyof Award, consisting of a certificateand Today
vesting idle funds not being used for station, since it houses the new Bradford schools; $2 for general medallion commemorating the
daily operations. Reddish noted, $90,000 fire truck, and is utilized fora admission. Tickets may be purchased occasion. In all, 25 Bradford County
however that Interest enrnort on voting precinct from time to time. at Mitchell's Drug Store, Chas- women will be so honored,
tain's Jewelry, and SFCC. Free nominated by friends, family, colleagues Silk Screening
Vandals Do tickets are available for the Satur- and community for their
$500 DamageTo day matinee performance ONLY at achievements in education,
SFCC or at the door. homemaking, the arts, politics, O Signs
"The American Dame" is being business, the professions, and their
Electrical Equipmentby presented jointly by Santa Fe Com general service to others in the com

munity College-Andrews Center, munity 0PostersBRADFORD
Buster Rahn trocution. and the Bradford Community "The Dame Award" is the
Players in conjunction with the nationally feminine version of knighthood. Justas
BCT Staff Writer The boxes were protected with
Vandals damaged newly installed good quality locks that defied cut- designated March Focus on an Englishman" so knighted is
controllers and timers at the Ed- ting, so the culprits) pried the Women Month. It is being producedby called "Sir, a woman who is"
wards Road Recreation Complex, heavy metal doors open. Dr. April O'Connell. Laura Contiis knighted is designated as "Dame. PRINTERS
The early colonial schools of New
said Bill Weldon, electric systems "It is doubtful a youngster could assistant director. Chris Davidsonis
director for Starke. have done the mischief. It must have the stage manager.The England" were called "dame 110 W. CALL STREET STARKE
The electrical equipment was installed been older boys, or an adult," author, Phillip C. Lewis, calls schools, which meant they were be-
in conjunction with lighting Weldon said. his production "a play-out" becausethe ing taught by gentlewomen of good 964-5764
basketball and raquetball courts. "The vandals are hurting the peo final scenes are yet to be writtenas family and stature.
Weldon said repairs will cost $500' in ple. They are the owners of the women continue to discover and Ladies to be so honored March 10
materials, and will be made "as recreational park. People need to be express their hidden talents and are Judy Brown, Virginia Darby,
Eaves
Carolyn Evelyn Griffin, Min-
weather aware and suspicious creative potentialities. The
soon as permits. report
Weldon said there is nothing in the behavior to the police, Weldon said. dramatization chronicles 3.000 yearsof nie Lee Redding, Joyce Riherd
electrical boxes that anyone could Lighting of the basketball courts Is problems of, opinions about, and Della Rosenberg, Lillian Stump,
possibly want, but whomever pried completed. Raquetball courts will be perspectives on women down Walker.Marjorie To Thomson be honored Elizabeth at the Attention Centel Customers!
time and cultures.
through across
the boxes open were courting eler- lighted soon.

For your convenience, we are extending the hours for

Fund handling your telephone calls to our business office.

The new hours are:

from page 1A $41,000 for deputies salaries. If this Farnsworth said, "If the same Norman recommended the com-
.. Sheriff Etheridge came in for amount were taken into account, rate of expenditures continue, Nor mittee be re-activated, with Monday through Friday '
questioning about departmental salaries paid would approximate the man will not be able to sign any everyone in agreement that it shouldbe 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
salaries, 'jail salaries and jail costs. budgeted amount. checks after August." done, but no date was set for the .i I" i -i ....,3 i ...'-' Saturdays: r, ril: 'J V i.- itnt'i,
According to the hand-out, depart Jail salaries and expenditures are Etheridge said his departmentneeds committee to meet. 9 a.m. until 4
mental salaries have taken 54.4 per- above budgeted amounts year to five additional employees, p.m.
cent of allocated funds, but that date. 47.8 percent of Jail salaries costing$72,000pe r year and laundry Judge Pierce said "The committee
figure includes approximately have been expended an percentof equipment at the jail. is required to meet monthly, but
$30,000 in severence pay for former operating costs have been spent. Norman said a Jail Committeewas it met only one time, last April. These extended hours are now effective In all Central
employees, which has been paid 100 When asked if the budget includes named about a year ago, composed Telephone Company record offices
percent. If the figure were prorated, four new j positions in the jail, Farn- of Chairman of the Board of throughout
something like 51 percent of the sworth said the hand-out is the revis- County Commissioners, Clerk of the Discussion of the budget ended Florida. In addition, the Starke Convenience Center
funds would have been expended. ed budget and reflects $75,000 addedto Court,County Judge,Sheriff, Circuit without answers to increasing will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on weekdays. We
Sheriff Etheridge said his office isholding the original budget for the new Pubic State's Attorney and the ditures.revenues or decreasing expen are pleased to offer these extended hours for the con
in a special account someJail positions.In Defender. venience of our customers.



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from page 1A opposition to rezoning Rev. missionerS," Weston said, "They'll variance, but were outvoted by the
favor of rezoning the jail parcel,say John Strickland told city council procrastinate another 15 years." three other board members. CEMTEL
ing a favorable response will allow parking and traffic problems are Weston said, "They can buy my Wells managed to say, "I'm ,
commissioners to meet its deadline bad in the jail area and can only get church for $80,000, and we'll move against it, but I don't see any alter- Where People Connect
and lift the fine imposed by the worse. He complained about "noise out." Weston concluded by saying native.
courts. pollution," and inmates yelling "I'd want some stipulation that we Doris Sandberg said, "The noise
"We hope the committee will have vulgarities to neighbors and can get you out of there in three level is very high when I go by there
concrete plans for a new jail," said passers-by, and said the potentialfor years." (the jail), and I voted against it."
Chandler,speaking of a jail committee death and injury is ever present Esther Sanders, who owns adjacent Sandberg is on the Starke Zoning
composed of county commissioners with a jail near the city recreationfield. property and his the motherinlaw Board.
county and circuit judges of City Commissioner Ed Wall
the sheriff and others connectedwith Rev. Strickland said, "I disagreewith said, "I don't see why we shouldthrow Councilman Wall moved to uphold
law enforcement, that are man- Commissioner Carter when he it away, I think the city should the Zoning Board's recommendationto
dated to meet as a committee once a said commissioners have saved help the county. I'm not anxious to deny rezoning the jail site. Cher Gets"Moonstruck.
month, but in fact have met only money by not building a jail earlier. self property adjacent to the jail, butI City Attorney Terence Brown said r
once, in April, 1988. County Clerk They have cost the county money." will. I'm against the wooden the motion should articulate specific '
Ray Norman, a member of the com- Rev. Strickland said he has six building, but the commissioners reasons from zoning regulations. .
mittee, is seeking to get the committee years experience with the Depart- should build onto the present i
reactivated and functioning. ment of Corrections, and the commissioners building with brick." Tne motion was rephrased to in- Michael Dos ,
Chandler said. "I'm opposed to should have provided for Sanders comments came duringthe clude criteria numbers 2 and 5. "
putting the building behind the Cour- capital outlay, just as Correctionsdoes. time allocated to opponents, but Criteria 2 states the facility must be "Wall Street.
thouse, we don't need two jails. Helpus Mayor Biggs did not interrupt her. compatible with pro- MOONSiRUCx
alleviate the problem and get out "DOC is not the enemy. Courts are Orlan Wells, a member of the perties. Criteria 5 surrounding the
from under the cap. I fear we 11 turn not the enemy," Rev. Stricklandsaid Board of Adjustment, sought to ex- appropriatness of the facility William Makes
someone out and he'll break into one although no one had indicated plain his vote at the Board of Adjust relative to health and safety factors. '
of your homes, of kill someone, and either entity to be considered as ment meeting in February, but was Councilman Charles Schaefer Broadcast News: .
we 11 be facing a lawsuit." enemies. .
shushed by Mayor Biggs for speak- seconded the motion.
Other persons speaking in favor of Rev. Don Weston, pastor of a ing during time allocated to opposi- Although seemingly redundant, a
rezoning were Otis McKmney, Chief church adjacent to thge jail spoke motion to rezone the jail site from AndYou
Deputy Pat Henry, Radio Shop against the rezoning, saying com- tion.Wells and Ken Teal had voted to R1C to RP was made and passed by
Owner Bill Dowling, Chief Jailer missioners have known for 5-6 yearsa allow the special exception and the same 3-2 margin. h. u
Raymond Hunt ana Commissioner new jail was needed. _
Riddick. "We ought to ostracize the com- Tune in WKEBEET
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students from the gifted classof Aimie Griff,daughter of Richard Smith competing with the outstan-
Mrs Peggy Stanwix-Hay at Brad- and Julie Walmsley. ding students from Stanton High and MIX.
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team among 25 north-Florida Caren of Brooker. The students were tested individually -
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says Mrs Stanwix-Hay It is the first individual competition. questions to problems flashed on a i
time a BMS math team has done as Winner of the math competitionwas computer screen.
welL_ Stanton College Prep, a Duval James Smith has the potential for t it
County high school for gifted an outstanding career, Mrs. r
The math competition was called students. Second place was Bolles Stanwix-Hay told Bradford school
"Math Counts," and was sponsoredby School. board members Monday night when !
the Florida Society of Engineers The first five individual places she introduced the BMS math teamto ;: 1
at the Episcopal High School in also went to Stanton Prep. Lakeside be recognized by the school board.
Jacksonville last Saturday, Feb. 25. Middle School, two Bolles students
The five BMS students, all 8th were also ahead of James Smith. James Smith previously placed
graders, are: It was the most rigorous math test sixth in a Duval County Math Field
James Smith, son of Debra and available, says Mrs. Stanwix-Hay Day in which he competed against
Julian Mitchell of Starke. who was amazed to see James Smith junior high students who were ninth "
Shena Burgess daughter of John correctly answering math questionsshe graders, a year ahead.
and Landra Burgess of Crystal couldn't answer correctly as Each student in the contest received ; i f
Lake. quickly, and amazing to see James a calculator and a T-shirt.. %
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Monday, March 6 council The problem Mayor Rosier said, November, 1987 meeting available.In touch a power line,the combination
meeting that Friendship Cable TV is is that free hook-ups were promised that meeting, both Hurst Com i could be deadly.
charging some residents,but not all, by the original franchise holder, munications and Clay Cablevision I And under certain conditions,suchas
$9.95 for cable hook-ups and called Hurst Communications Co. Hurst made presentations to the council.
for a large turn-out of residents at has since sold out to Friendship Hurst was awarded the franchise.In wet weather, if a branch makes con-
the next council meeting Monday, Cable Co.Mayor. the Nov. 12, 1987 edition of The tact with a power line,you could get a \
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representative.Mayor should be made to those who have mitted because of space limitations, .t ,. Always look up.Whether you're
Rosier said he will contact paid the$9.95 hook. /
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Friendship Cable TV and ask a com No formal action was taken, by climbing trees, flying kites,installing 1
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Dolores Meng, Phone I.K-I'H3! ticipants in last Wednesday's WalkA Baker; Mrs. Shaw's 3rd-Vicki Hut-
.Thon Teachers and students were to, Amanda Rowland, Robert
.. Condolence... encouraged by the positive response Broome; Bill King's 4th-Ahcia r .
Sympathy is extended to the fami- to soliciting letters sent to Chamberof Baker, Jack Crews, Charisse
ly and friends of Marklee J. Norman Commerce members by students. Rivers; Mrs. LeBlanc's 5th-April :
who died Feb. 27. With the $2,000 gift of the PTA, Scoggins, James Rhoden Amy { r FPL
donations of C of C members and Wilson; Mrs. Kramig's 6th- laine Rry
Visitors... other community members, some Rhoden, Christina Broome, Danny .
Red and Wilma jean Terry enjoyed $5,000 has been collected for this Jones,Ennis Larisey; Mrs. Waters- .' / ; ,
last week's visit of their daughter fund. Teachers and students are now Stephanie DeSue, Ray Corbin 4.
and 7 month old grandson, Donna planning other interesting money Denver Oehl, Tonya Brown, Chris
y, d +l and Michael Ryan Tdggl&bl'Glottic{ ',...raising". events to complete' their Newman.iJenmfer i Rowe. ." .

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Welcome... amounts for walk-a-thon pledges be treated to a trip to the Pizza Hut
I, Welcome to Peter and Jennie La- will be treated to a bowling party at on Mar. 15 The 1st, 2nd, 3rd grades
Starke Lanes. achieved the reading goals of this
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Melissa Mitchell, Terry Crawford, weeks grading period.
Hampton Elementary Ryan Hendneth, Antonio Jones;
Walk-A-Thon... Mrs. Marshall's 2nd-Erik Scoggins, Early Release Day...
The$6,000 goal set for the Writing Jessie Marshall Roger Mitzel; Mr. Students will leave school at 1 p.m. people connectStarlet
to Read fund received a big boost Acree's and Mrs. Frees Class-Joey on Wednesday, Mar. 15.
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Lady Tornados Fall by- 2 Points _



Gainesville; \ High won both the Ramona Tennant ran a 5:27.36: .... 440-Ve.. Delhi ......, Mo.I., 17 23. CI......

boys and girls competition in a mile to beat out Medina Asbe.ll, GUS .WillI..... .... M.". Tern .rorfrarod. U.I. Marvin, Slacum t _

:'J-way t track: meet! Tuesday. March 7, ace distance runner, who ran a 557.: Olria_VI. Hurdleli 1))Terri Klnlea, IU'
on (he Bradford High oval. "That's the best that Ramona has Sops _,... Hu."'... 3)) '..... s nd.n 47.0. 4)) *
GIIS edged the BUS girls 59-50 in a ever run," says Coach Loper. Ten Joel Jocooien 40.0, 0)) ...... Hamilton,12 0.Olrll _
iHHum 'I) Cknitlo Harrall MS. .
close The North Marion Colts nant said she wasn't about to let .
meet lope OM"Runt 1)) "....tho_. 2,27.5.
girls had 1 19! points Asbell win on the BUS home track.

The GUS boys had 61 points to Christie Harrell ran a very good HIS Relays...
North Marion's 48 points and BIIS's half mile Tuesday, said Coach
::18) points Loper. Harrell posted a 2:35: time All the races and field events are
and in the dark. relays with distances or time added
Both the BUS boys girls placed practcially
fourth Saturday, March 4, in the Arkeva Williams ran 12.9 in the 100 for a place or time..
meters good time, says Girls Bhotl' 1)) ."S ....4-, Aurlllo Willi.,.. Monl. .
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Interlachen: Ham He-lays. very Willi.....,Peono Helldeyoya ...
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Tuesday's 3-way track meet was Coach Loper. The winner ran 12.8. tKctl 3)) INS Wl". CI....... Willi.,., K.llhJJenklna. .' '
shortened by darkness when the Kodnoy _.... ,
lights at the BUS track and baseball Tuesday's Results: Olrll Dlaniii 4)) ant. IBM". Monk Willi....., Delia

lights would not come on. The lights Only the BIIS results are listed. If Ice" Deeno DlMvti Molldey.oyi o) HI IUMW. ('._ Thornton and
had been checked out by the city and a BUS performer placed, the place K.llh Jeaalm.Olrla his
wore thought to be in working order, preceeds the name. tone Jumpi I) BHB 371''V. Kim Hamplon.Kallno .
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said Coach George Loper. Olrll Shot run 1)) Aurllla Willi..,. Ifl". 3)) Mont lops Rally long rldgef........' 3)H.I.) INS M.Z....". Chris, Olnllnl.lodney .
Willi.,. 2M'. Delia teen au'..". 0_.. Holiday Mo...,, and Tlmmy ,.,10..
The 220 yard dash, the two mile 1111"Boyt. Olrla Triple Jump 4)) INS OV3" Kim Hampton,
and mile relay were not run due to Ih... 4) CI...... Willi.,. jrilW. '''''n., 36.,...."1111_.. Irldgol, Holder.oyiTrieleJumpl3)IH .
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Motley, 11'10'A". .h Jenklm au./ ) ''12 S" Chrll 01,61,..K.llh
darkness. Glrlft Dltcuti. 3)) Monl. Wtlllami oft"10'V. DOOM .......,.., Tlmny Tors.olds '
Aurill.1 Williams first in the 3e..tho p.......
placed H.Ildoy 17 r Dalle lean H 0" High Jumps 3)] INS :*." Aurllla Willi.... pl.e.5 b.
,shot put and high jump, third in the lops DlKuti S,... Thornton $5.''. KolHi _.''. I... .ChI.".Horrell. .......'_n.... Sheffield Shines...
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01$ John taper Wl" Clarence Sheffield'
the anchor of the hp. High Jumpi' 3)) im 11'S" Reggie
WOl11ell'rs. ran leg long Jump, 'I) Kim Hampton I4.',,". 3)Shon. ) .... Sheffield Is the starting BIIS quarter-
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second place 440 yard relay which ....Wllllami 130' ...,d...Holder I 2'10".Kelliio. Ono Mile Medley Raleyl 1)GI'".4:49 13((6.51....1..1.I | Reggie Sheffield high Jumped six' fret" to win rltt1.lace back the basketball team, and now Is member I
was only 3/lMths( ) out of first place ..II'U.*". ty. Aurllla WlIII._. Kim Homaten, Ch.,.". Herrell) and won the long! jump at 1/: in Tuesd.iy'xtrack was on
Aurillti almost pulled it out. lops long lump! 1)Haggle IheHloU If I'".4))Pedro .I.HI.bops 4.'2."(Tom.........d.Cloronfo W I II ...... meet here with (iiiin<> \ill.> 1 high and North: of the track team.in .
Carter Il 10'. Tlmmy ..,lor IB"'"". Radnor Motto.. Marvin (lacuiii, lefce "'._.,.
KIll won the long 114. Mautlca' Page IB 0". Keltli Janklaf Ire..". 440 Td Releyi II)f HI glril 13 t(."''n. ..11,. Monk
Hampton
jump ,,".
Olrll Triple Jump 'I) Kim Hamplan 30' 4)) Willi.,.. Bhenetaa'"1111._, Bridget' ".ld..I.) 2)) INS
the triple jump, and was on the se- 5h...... Willi.... 2B?*/.". rldget Holder 2*'.10". keyi 44.0(Andre.1_.Tlmmy Taylor,Reggie 4h.lll.ld
cond place 440) relay team. lops Trlpla Jumps 'I) Ch.',Olnklnl/ 41.'.f'"". 4).) Kallh Chris, DIM'.I.) .
('hri, Dmkins won the triple jump .. .3TO". Mile Team loco(3 runner oy woos countryi) 3))INS
Chi High' Jump. 1)) Aurlllo Wllllami 41'.2))Ch.I.". lido, (Ramona levmarit, Delia k... ,..7'l. Kitties' ). 3)'INS )
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ran a good KM) meters, and also ....... .. I
very Harroll 3)) .n.nt 4 2" ",.IC.( .. Ward, lorry G._. Tyrone tender).
came within about 3/tooths ot a se- hops High Jumpi 1)) ..,.1. hoHlold 40", Pedro Old Flo Sprint. _... .... ((110 220 330: 440t| 2))
cond of pulling the 440 relay oil alter Carter 1'4". .HI girl liM.12 tSh_.... WIIII_.. ..,d...Holder.
about lie closed Pale Veulti 1)) Joel J..b_ 10", 1) (red. Momflt.n Aurlllo W'III' _.; Chrlillo Horrell.,,1.) 2)) RHI boys 2 01 3
starling 10 yards. .. ., .. ,.
7 0 Ands Leo. Timmy .. IhaHlald.' ChrllDlnklna
within an eyelash of winning the Girl 110_.. MM 3'' Terri ..",.. If .. ). Jl
relay said Coach Loper. Saps 120-Vd HIS 2)) Tyrone tenders 17.I.: M-Vd blip 1))(HI glrli. ol.4o(Romano'.nn..'.
Dinkins anchored the 440 Olrll 100.Melon!2))Ark.vo Wlllleml 12 f.3))Swill.W Monk Will...... 16._.. ""11.,.. ,...1 Klnlei, ) 2)) : ,
relay .,.13.M. Kim. Hampton 13..Sh.n....Wllllama IHS Mrs II34.I (Rodney_" .,. Clot.... Willi..... .
and the old Florida sprint medleyand 140. And.. I... ....1. IhoHMd).
ran a similar type race at In- Saps 100 Motors 1)) Chris" Olnkln. 10.II, Reggie, Mile Reloyl 3)) INS .,Iril 4t4S. ('.,... TennantKptlna .
IheHloM, lit. ....h Jenkins 12 3. Meurke ,... Kally. orldgal. Holder. Ch.I.".Horrell). 3)) INS 5:1,0-0 ,
terlachen. He ran a to-flat 100 meter 12 14.Marvin flocum 12.f.Tom Oradlord. 12'.Rodney. .... 3..,(Com Word, ....S..d...,Timmy Taylor I __
split and a 50-flat 440 yard split. :
Moilay 13.'. Chrla.Olnklm' )) ; ;
Reggie Sheffield won the long Girls Mile Run I) '..... Tonnenl ,2'.31.. ,.
jump at 19'11" and the high jump at Bay Mile Runt 3)) Cam Ward SlOo 4)) Larry Green '
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6-feet Tuesday and ran the third leg 107. ... : _
Girls 110-Yd. y 2)) Irodlord S3 04(Kallna Kelly
of the 440 relay Sheffield also ran rldgel' Holder. Kim Hamplon Aurlllo Willi.,.). This Saturday, March 1BIIS
exceptionally well Saturday with a lays 440vd. llalayi 2))Oradlard A-T.on 44 13(A.. goes to the Palatka Relays. About 15
36-second 330 yard split and came dID Lao, Tlmmy T.,1.. .. Reggie IheHleld' Chill.Dlnklni teams are expected to I'
). The INS l Teem 47 f2 (Marvin flocvm. March
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.BHS Tuesday,
back in about seven minutes and rana ,. Mo.t. .
21.9 split on the half mile relay Clarence.., ..n Wllllami.v. ft, L "h ft ,JoriMm.,- .. .Rodney. .. "). against! Santa Fe.



I BUS Softball Team Off ,to 1-2 StartThe


girl's Tornado softball team is Middlfburg 14. BUS 9 triple; Valencia Moss l-for-3, Dana 7'YI'

1.2 so far and 1-1 in District 5-3A. "We started out well," said Coach Norman_ 3-for-4 double.and .Tricia Bath2for I' :y %rr.y. ;' nil _
The bombed Eastside 24-3 in ;2 with a
girls Trieste, "and then lost our concentration
and 3
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Eastside had 7 runs.
their Feb. 28 They lost 14-9 "
opener. at the plate and on defense. ti

at Middleburg High March 3, lost The girls came on strong at the Returning for the BHS girls are d
10-1 at home March 6 to Ocala end, scoring several more runs. "I senior Patricia Bath, junior Rhonda

Vanguard. was proud of the way they held Bryant,junior Kendra Butler, senior

Upcoming... together to once again play well at Felicia Hankerson, senior Stacie i r tc iii .
the end of the game Marshall, senior Tangela Pittman, .
BIIS hosts Keystone High at 4 p m. and senior De De Prevatt. Coiningup \
tomorrow (Friday, March 10)) at Ed- Felicia Hankerson and Stacy Marshall
from the JV team are sophomore
Bradford Golf Team...
High
each l-tor-5 Kendra
wards Road Field. were Latara Jackson, junior Dana Nor
March 13 BUS Butler 2-for-5, DeDe Prevatt and man junior Chanda Woods, :Members of the l<)ml Bradford. high golf team tire In back: Chris Simmons Link Bishop, Mark Murray I
Monday, goes to Dana Norman were 2-for-3.
Bill Hamilton.
li\id Killer.
Eastside. Next Wednesday, March sophomore Christina Bath, l-r'): FrontEd Douglas, Evan Douglas
and ,
15, BHS is home against Ocala sophomore Tangela Pittman, J

Forest at 4:30: p.m. at Westside BIIS 24 Eastside?; sophomore Amy Jackson. Golfers lft, Strokesi>Better in1st Match:
= Park. .. II
'. TttiJ89 girls .Softball Qa'm from flew players are fresrHnaii'.SIiarce,.
Vanguard 10 BUS 1 Bradford High bombed Eastside Brown, who started and played well Bradford High golfers defeated low medalist honors. Everybody is just thrown in ,

off High 24-3 in their season opener Tuesday, said Coach Sue Trieste; Palatka High and Orange Park in Mark Murray shot 39, Chris Sim- together, Coach Sexton points out.
"Obviously" said, our Coach hitting Sue Trieste.was Tuesday, Feb. 28, at Edwards Road Joyce Griffin, and sophomore Cindy the first regular match ot the season mons 40 and Ed Douglas 42 to round 1

that day Field in Starke.In Quinn. Tuesday afternoon March 7, on the out the 158 team score. Upcoming... "

Starke Golf and Country Club Link Bishop shot 44, Bill Hamilton BHS goes to Keystone High today ,
BUS had only six hits by Dana '
The high team discontinued course. 49. (Thursday, March 9) for a 3:30: p.m.
Norman Latara Jackson, Kendra the opener, Latara Jackson was' junior was BHS is coming off three good
Butler, Sharee Brown, Tangela Pitt- 3-for-4, Felicia Hankerson' 3-for-4 for this season because not match.
The BHS team carded a 15110\ seasons, and should be the team to
man and Tricia Bath. with a double, Stacy Marshall enough girls were interested said strokes better than second 'place beat for the district championship. BHS plays again next Monday,
Kendra Butler scored the only 2-for-3, Kendra Butler 2-for-3 with a Coach Trieste: The younger playerswere BUS has and depth and
the Orange Park, which shot 168. Third experience March 13, at The Ravines, against
BHS run. double. Jp> DP Prevatt 4-for-4 with a moved up to varsity. needs to it all
place Palatka High shot a 1UO team just put together says Middleburg High.
score. Coach Mike Sexton. Tuesday March 14, BHS will be

BUS Baseball Team'"e t Baker David Elder of BHS and Jay Starr There are no class divisions, such home again for another trl-match

each shot 37, one-over-par, for the an Class 1A ?A. 3A or 4A In golf against Baker High and Clay High.

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High 12-0, Hersey Gets) 6 S.O.'s Lifters Improve But Fall to BroncosBradford


High weight (liters, im- the clean and jerk, down five mil Hamilton heavyweightclass
Giving up 5 hits, walking one batter Eastside 8 BUS 5 : Today'lThtirsday( March !9)I) the proved but still were beaten b> Mid pounds, to remain at the same total, : 270-235-505, up 20 pounds.

and getting 6 strike outs Bo "Eastside jumped on us in the first,' squad travels to'Gainesville High for dleburg High 35-45 last Wednesday, 655 pounds. Brad Hamilton, 148 pound class:

Hersey completed his second gamein two innings, said. Ass't. Coach Jeff, one of the toughest games of the March 1. John Dempsey, in the 114-pound 230-175-405, up 35 pounds.
three starts as pitcher and now allowed by :Friday, Baldwin comes to BHS is 1-1 to date. 10
Zuraff, of the seven runs season. class was 150-140-290, up poundsover .Keith Linzy, 220 pound class:
has a 2-1 win-loss record. the Tornadoes. '- ; Starke for a"5 p.m. game, and Tues- last week. 255-235-490, up 5 pounds.

The Tornadoes collected 12 hits on The runs were the resultot: good ; rch 14, Interlachen isschedule A big meet yesterday at Keystone .Al Jones, in the 181 pound class, Other lifters who did not place in
the way to a 12-0 win over the Mac- hitting by Eastside, and not errors \ In Starke at 6:30: p m. Heights High saw Interlachen High, lifted 260-235-495, up 10 pounds. the meet:

clenny Wildcats at Macclenny last by BHS he said. Eastside collected Union High, Baker High, and Bradford John O. Williams, in the 132 Cory Do.Brewer 250.170420phllllp :
Friday evening, March 3. 13 hits in the game Monday, March -BUS: ;'Newbe ry 1 High compete. Results will be in pound class, lifted 240175.425, up 15 Crowford ,...".-_

Jason Johnson and James McNeal 7, at the Gainesville field, six of. 'The 'Newberry Panthers were no the March 16 edition of The pounds.Second. Idword Durban.Ovncon voBlkl 'IM-lll 139130340Chril .414Shaunlell

both 2-for-2 at the plate, with them in the first two frames: match for. the Tornado nine Tuesday Telegraph.. place finishers: Hotllton lUMoMOloon
were Tornadoes back in the diamond. First finishers for BIIS Josh Crawford 123 pound level: Jon_ IMIU3MKallh
The came Feb.'28, at the Starke place
homer ,
McNeal hitting a three run N ..........down 10 3-iee-4M"
and a double with two on base for fourth with a big rally scoring four 'Behind ,;the one hit pitching of Tim were: 150-140-290, up 10 pounds. '........,Jenws...... 10 .1..21.....
five RBI's, and Johnson hitting one runs but not enough to overcome the Lewis; the Tornadoes racked up 11 .Junior Acevedo who lifted 655 .Clyde DeSue, 181 pound class: K..'.Jordan ltB.lta.3M

for an extra base. seven point lead held by Eastside. runs in four'innings, allowing onlyf pounds to lead BHS in the 198 pound 250-255-505, up 10 pounds. Brian Kendrkh_ UB.tll.4MJoih .
the hits when lifted 355 in Robert Hankerson 165 pound L ..olMI 10 tat14B3lO.rrtik
"We couldn't get they one run to the Panthers, in the fifth ; c'ass. Acevedo pounds ,
Jimmy Jackson was 3-for-5 with 2 were needed; that hurt us," Zuraff : inning. th' bench press and 300 in the clean class: 260-215-475, up 15 pounds. lena McCuMhen.f Im 10 t7B.IIO.4UThomai tlOloB3tBOonM

RBI's and one double. Cordell said. There were 14 Tornado. runners i Pitcher Tim Lewis had the only anu jerk last week for 655. This week Lance Wiggins, 132 pound class: <0 ld.puss II lb.. SJD-I.....

Strong went 2-for-5 with two RBI's, left on base. c extra base hit, a three bagger, sen- \ Acevedo bench pressed 360 pounds, 220-185-405 down 10 pounds. VI,..RoUnwn. ,.... ItOteBtMRoland
John Berry was 2-for-5 at the plate Starting pitcher was Tim Lewis ding'irr two runs.: Lewis struck out 10 up five pounds and had 295 (pounds Third place finishers: I....Million Miotor.ykiiB tlO-tlB-elO ntltg4IBBHS

and Tim Lewis l-for-3, a double. who was relieved after IVb innings batters while walking two, and faced

Thirty batters faced Wildcat pit by Kelly Dyal, who finished the( 21 batters:;, ; -- -

chers, collecting 12 hits for a team game. Lewis was charged with the _. Tennis Teams Fall to Live Oakwin
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N_.... DOG 01-
for >
for the
average of .400 the game. loss and goes to 1-1 season. U' 4.-II-H
The Tornadoes collected 10 walks Broelord
and roelord DO'1 7 0 Toroido Scoring Runo-U'II-Wulk."T.' The BHS tennis teams absorbedone more than two games in any set. on the number two court where
while giving up only one, committed ......... 341 OOP .-. 13 0 Miotoo ,..-", Cero.ll atroof t-t-t. Je,.. McNaol tough loss this week aga inst Live Winners for the guys included: Chad Welch and Richard Smith
Macclenny was .
two errors. I-O-I Tim
Tornado liming: Hlla-At Ratn.lBVar teaenJohinoo 1-' '. 0.051. Jedi.ee I-B-I... Tmli. Urif, Oak and were rained out of two other Mark Shuford an 8-6 winner over defeated LHS's Cason and Allen
charged with no errors. ..,... look ..,.,. Jell Berry -.. VI. Robinson O-I-O. 84.
.Z. 1.2-1.
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'.1.' Jim M ,...1. Long 1.2.0.. Tim lawli z.... Kelly Oyel .,-..fkooo Mkhel.' ..-,. Dannie'....1. matches as the unpredictable Spring Rick Barnett on court two and Chad "It was a tough loss," commented
.rodlordMocclanny. 21D BIB 1-II 12 I e./. V weather took its toll. Welch an 8-6 winner on court four. BHS Head Coach McGriff. "We
000 BOO 0-0 B 0 Upcoming... l.... (00 HHtl.Tim lowll I-U. The BHS boys team went down in BHS's Richard Smith lost to Wayne couldn't win enough of the close

a close 3-4 team loss to Live Oak with Cason 9-8 in an 8-6 tiebreaker.In ones, but it was good experience for

Season with 'OyerHHSA no singles, match being ,decided by ..doubles..- the.. Tornadoes took a our players." '
I JV wig The scheduled make-up 'match

*. .. :?., i with Middleburg scheduled for
third''inning-by a triple by Chris Wednesday was rained out again so
B. Prevatt, second base Jeremy CHOICE"N
The Junior Varsity baseball squad in the 'THE RACERS the BHS travels Monday to
opened its season at home againstthe Crawford, first base Andy. Snow who..had two triples squad '
Keystone Heights for 3:30
a
Goodowns, left field Josh Crawford game. ; p.m.
Hawthorne Hornets Friday, center field Terry Berry or another .. "I am pleasedwith the hitting by match against the 2A Indiana.
March 3, with an easy win, 26-1, and The BHS ladies had a tougher time
pitcher, and right field is switched the team to far Purdy says SALE
scoring 19 runs in the first inning. between sophomore Ashley Alldayor the defense: The team has not givenup in- their match, .falling by a. team
is the of the '
"Pitching strength score of 95.Winners .
freshman Shawn Jones. an earned run this year.
team this year said second year I The Clay run in the second inning for the girls. included:

coach Brett Purdy. Terry Berry a BIISJV 7. Clay 1... Tuesday came on a throwing error Maya Cruz an 8-5 winner over
sophomore, had twice as many to second base, allowing a runner to World ClassProtectione Jeanie Fouraker on court four, and
Berry pitched the complete
Terry
strikeouts as walks last year. He is a PEMH 01L Emily Nugent, an 8-6 winner over
strikeoutsand score.
control pitcher and has a good fast game registering walk. He nine two Keri Carlton, third baseman who Amy Vann on court five.Sophia Fan-
one gave up
Is laid ton of BHS beat Jennifer Deese
ball.B.B. went 3-for-31n the first game. 6-3 in
and in the
singles only one run gameat
Prevatt freshman has
a with an ankle Injury, and won'tplay an exhibition match.
Green Cove Tuesday, March 7. up
good location. He has an excellent
curve ball and a good fast ball. The game was put away in the. for a few games. __

Chris Snow, also a freshman, Is.,.A Your Choice

similar to B.B., the coach says and .. HD30, HD40 ..... Inni
any of the three could pitch on most I 4 71h s 9 9.
varsity teams. ANNUAL WOMAN'S CLUB Of STARKE 10W/30. 10W/40. ,

The JV team had a 7-4 season 20W/5O Tfehnte"aw

record last year, "and we are .
stronger this year. 1989 Antique & Collectible Show & Sate Pennzoil Automatic Transmission Fluidor
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Purdy said while he (Purdy) was Preview Sale toe PM, March 111, gag Automotive,Parts .Center .9d4dp at 473-4390 orJiIiI' .

busy with the wrestlers, competingIn Friday March 17, Saturday Mardi 18 -10 AM to 8 PM r:,
the tournaments.i i N. Street 1 '
wrestling Sunday March 19 Noon to 8 PM a 660 Walnuts "'
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION with Florida Statutes that the Board ot before Bradford County Zoning Board on
..._. ___ ..____ .'L'.I. : -"_'':'=O. ,'-'"- FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENT County Commissioners of Bradford Tuesday March 28, 1989, at 7.00 P.M. at
inwy muy nova inui ifiunwiiuw iiiw Item 8--Electrlc motor large 3 phase
REGISTRATION qualifications of the Personal Representative motor, In running condition. OF THE LAND USE PLAN County. Florida have designated the the Council Room of Storke City Hall 209
OF FICTITIOUS NAMES or the venue or Jurisdiction of the Item 9-5 hp Air Compressor gasoline, An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Bradford County Zoning and Planning N. Thompson Street Starke Florida. At
We. the und.r'lgn.d. being duly court. does not work. Land Use Plan Element and Board to conduct a public hearing at 0 this time all persons both for and

that worn th., do h.r.by d. lore under oath ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Item 10-Bush hog mower old. Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance regular meeting held at 7:00 p,m. In the against this proposal shall be heard at
in the business namet of oil persons Inlereated NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER Item 11--Camper topper fits Ranger with the local Government Council Room of Starke City Hall. Storke specified 'In the Bradford County Zoning
or profenlon carried on Comprehensive Act of Florida on Tuesday March and
under the BARRED. long wheel base; Minimum bid $100. Planning 1975 at 281989. Codes.
and the name of TIMBER EQUIPMENT Date of the first publication of this Item 12-1979 Moped: Minimum bid provided for In Chapter 163 of the make) a recommendation to the Board of The Zoning Board will make a recommendation -
extent of the Interem of each Itai Notice of Administration: March 2. 19B9. $25. Florida Statutes. County Commissioners and the Board to the Bradford County Commission .
follows: CHARLES KENNETH FUQUA. II THE CITY OF STARKE RESERVES THE TO ALL CITIZENS. Taxpayer and other will consider on Wednesday April 19, on this application at their
TIDEWATER! COMPANIES' INC.. a Personal Representative RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR Interested persons. 1989. at the Commissioners Room of the prescheduled hearing to be held
Georgia corporation reglttered to do ANDERSON E. HATFIELD ALL BIDS. You and each of you are hereby and Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., Wednesday April 19, 1989 at 7:30: p.m..
business the State of Florida 100% 'Interest Attorney for Estate CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA herewith given notice in accordancewith Florida at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance In the Commissioners Room of Bradford
Florida Statutes that the Board of relating to:
41I4N.W. 13th St. Neil L. Tucker County Courthouse, Starke Florida. At
For Tld.wot.r Companies. Inc.. T. Gainesville Fl. 32609 By City Clerk County Commissioners of Bradford The rezoning of the following described this time Bradford County Commission
Gilllt Morgan. III. Vice President. ((904)) 377-5704 2tchg 3/2-9 County Florida, have designated the property and amending the Com.prehen.lve will make the final decision on the proposed
Bradford County Zoning and Planning Land Use Plan to
provide
3/2.9 application after having two
4tchg 2/23-3/3/16 2tchg Control 0990
Control 0983 Control 0988 Board to conduct a public hearing at a that land currently zoned RSF-1, and public hearings, advertisement and
regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the .designated by the plan as Rural Residential posting. All Interested In this
IN THE CIRCUIT CALL FOR BIDS Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke be rezoned to OR, and designated persons notice of
COURT OF FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH application are hereby given
EIGHTH JUDICIAL The Town of Breaker Florida on Tuesday March 28. 1989. and Agriculture, the property of time and for the hearings
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD will receive bids make lONGCHAMP place two public
a recommendation the
BRADFORD for Installing a Fire to Board of HOMES. JERRY WILSON
COUNTY. FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. Hydrant and Install r.qulred.
CASE NO.89-30.CP 89-91-CA ing a 2" btow-off valve. We will mall a County Commissioners and the Board described at follows: 1.57 ac. out of Director,
of will consider on Wednesday, April 19, parcel 04703-B-OOOOO, ".0. Deerwood
IN RE The Petition of copy specification sheets Zoning ft Planning
'-425 : upon re 1989 at the Commissioners Subd.. Sec.
Room of 5. Twn.
the 7 S.,
IN RE: The Estate of JOHN H. MONTGOMERY and quest. Rng. 22 E, Bradford County
Bids Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, located M mile South of Starke off East
TONI! STONE FUQUA ANNE MONTGOMERY must be sealed and received on Itchg 3/9
Florida tide' of U.S. 301
7:30
at to
Ordinance take
p.m. an out of Deerwood
Deceased. or before 7:30 Control OOOS
as Co-Guardians of p.m., March 14, 1989. relating to: Subd. and put In rural residential- _
NOTICE OF JERRY JOHN MONTGOMERYto Mailing address Is Town of
ADMINISTRATION Breaker. The rezoning of the following described agriculture.You MEETING NOTICE
TO All PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR change name P.O. Box 127 Breaker Fla. 32622. property and amending the Comprehensive are further given NOTICE that The Suwannee River Economic Council
The a
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Town Council reserves the right to Land Use Plan to provide copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is Inc.. Board of Directors will hold a
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED : Jerry Thomas Brownstead accept or reject any and all bids. that land currently zoned RSF-MH-1 and available for your Inspection at the office meeting of the Board of Director on
IN THE ESTATE: 50)5 Kerle Street Town Council designated by the plan as Rural of the Director of Zoning and Plann Monday March 13. 1989. 7:30 p.m. In
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Jacksonville, Fl. 32205 2tchg 3/2-9 Brooker Fl. 32622 Residential-Mobile Home be rezoned to ing City Hall Thompson Street,'Starke, the Santa Fe room at the Holiday Inn In
administration of the Estate of TONI YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action CSV and designated Conservation the Florida. lake City Florida.
STONE FUQUA. Deceased, Case Number for a change of name for JERRY property of THOMAS F. SMITH described Each and every person having any Interest Itchg 3/9
89-30-CP. 1-4025 Is pending In the Circuit JOHN MONTGOMERY has been filed as follows: 15.56 acres out of Sec. 26 whatever In the enactment of this Control 0998
Court for Bradford County Florida Pro against you and you are required to and See. 35, Parcel 00805-0-00730 Twn. proposed ORDINANCE should appear
bat. Division the address of which It serve a copy of your written defenses If 6 S., Rng. 21 E., located four miles and be heard at the time and place PUBLIC AUCTION
the Bradford County Courthouse Stork, any to wit:on JOHN M. MONTGOMERY ZONING NOTICE Southwest of Starke off S.W. 11th St. prescribed. RON DENMARK SELF-STORAGE will
Florida Th. Personal Representative of whose address If Route 3, BOM 1093 SPECIAL EXCEPTION (k.a. Sampson Trestle Rd.) off Northeast BOARD OF BRADFORD hold a public auction of.:
the Estate I. CHARLES KENNETH FUQUA Starke, Florida, 32091 on or before side of COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy .
THOMAS F. SMITH has made Sampson Lake, to be used for Bin Number 24, belonging to Juanita
II. 1038 Pine Breeze Street. Starke March 23, 19B9. and tile the original with for application Recreational Vehicle Pork and Cam the Clerk Reed.
Florida 33091. The name and address of the Clerk of this Court either before service CSV-Conservation SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 1 In pground. This is on application for CLUP Itchg 3/9 Sale will take place at 2117 N. Temple
\ th Personal Representative's attorney on JOHN H. MONTGOMERY or Immediately Park for Recreational Vehicle amendment.You Control 0004 Ave., Stark.. Fla., on Saturday, March
Or. set forth below. thereafter; otherwise a A Campground to the Bradford are further given NOTICE that a 18, 1989 at 9:30: a.m.
All persons having claims or demands default will be entered against you for County Board of Adjustment on propertythat copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is NOTICEAPPLICATION 2tchg 3/9.16
against the Estate or. required WITHIN the relief demanded In the Petition. Is classified CSV and described available for your Inspection at the of. FOR REZONING Control 0999
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE DATED at Bradford County Courthouseon below: }ice of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng RONALD E. NEWMAN SR. has made
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to this 27th day of February 1989. 15.56 acres In Sec. 26 and 35. Twn. 6 City Hall Thompson Street Starke application to the Bradford County ZonIng
file with the Clerk of the above Court a CLERK OF COUNTY COURT S., Rng. 21 E.. Parcel 00805000730. Florida. 6 Planning Department for
written statement of any claim or demand 4tchg 3/2.23 located four miles Southwest of Starke Each and every person having any Interest reclasslflcatlon of the property described
they may have. Each claim must Control 0989 off S.W. 11th St. (k.a. Sampson TrestleRd. whatever In the enactment of this below from EA to OR: 168 acres, the
b. In writing and must Indicate the basis .)off Northeast side of Sampson Lake proposed ORDINANCE should appear SouthEast Quarter of Section 32.
for the claim the name and address of CALL FOR BIDS to be used for Recreational Vehicle Park and be heard at the time and place Township 7S.. Range 22 E, out of parcel
the creditor or hit agent or attorney and SEALED BIDS will be received by the and Campground, which Is contingentupon prescribed. 05161 located seven miles Southwest ofSlork.
the amount claimed. If the claim It not City Commission of the City of Stark., rezoning to CSV under amendmentto BOARD OF BRADFORD and Southeast of Hampton off
yet du., the date when It will become Florida, at the City Hall In Starke CLUP. COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy C.R. 18 onto S.E. 25th go one mile
due shall b. stated. If the claim It contingent Florida until 7:30 p.m., Tuesday March The Bradford Board willr.vl.w the Clerk Southwest on to private road on Nothing fishy about it-one of theflounder'
or unliquidated, the nature of 21, 19B9. at which time and place all bids County Zoning Itchg 3/9 designated property to be used for rural eyes travels to the other
the uncertainty shall b. stated. If the received will be publicly opened and the application and make a Control'0003 residential and agricultural property. side of Its head as the fish develops.
recommendation
claim it secured the security shall b. read aloud on the following.The to the Bradford County This proposed change In classificationIs The winter flounder's eyes are on
described. The claimant shall deliver following items declared surplus Board of Adjustment for their public subject to a public hearing to be held Its right side while the summer
tuf f Iclent copies of the claim to the Clerkto property by the City: hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m.. In the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR flounder's eyes are on Its left.
enable the Clerk to mail one copy to 'Item 1-1975 Ford 8600 But; Minimumbid Commission meeting room of City Hall REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF
the Personal Representative.All $1.500.'It.m 209 N. Thompson St., Starke Florida, on THE LAND USE PLAN LAMP OF JESUSCRAFTCONSIGNMENT STARKE "r'n
persons Interested In the Estate to 2-1967 GMC 2V4 ton garbage Tuesday March 28, 1989. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive
whom a copy of this Notice of Administration truck ((7500)); Minimum Bid $500. At this time all parsons will be heard Land Use Plan Element and CHURCH OF GOD
hat been moiled are required Item 3-1977 AMC Hornet Sedan; concerning this application as specified Map by Bradford County. Florida In accordance (Tues. Sat. 10-5:30) 422 N. St Clair 964-5445
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM Minimum bid $300. In the Bradford County Zoning Codes. with the local Government
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Item 4-1969 Dodge Wayne Sweeper. Zoning Director Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Spring is Blooming John Spratlln, PastorWe
THIS NOTICE to file any objections 'Item 5-1982 Ford LTD.4 door; Minimumbid B.C.B. of ADJ. provided for In Chapter 163 of the Plastic Canvas Crafts Invite you to worship with us.

$2,000.'Item Control 0002 Florida Statutes.TO e Home Grown Frozen Blueberries Attended Nursery

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Special Youth Weekend

IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTIN run for a few minutes Flushing will lake West 251.7feet; thence run Norm
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, PUBLIC NOTICE lest time If there has been recent heavy OCW24" East, 267.33 feet, thence run Planned at Madison St. BaptistNew
CITY OF LAWTEY
FLORIDA water use such as bathing or doing laun North 8949'IS" West 488.83 feet to the
CIVIL DEPARTMENTCASE The Safe Drinking Water Act Allied dry. It Is recommended to always use point of beginning: told tract being Tract
NO. 89.103.CA by Congress In 1986 requires all water ,d water to cook with or drink since No. 14 and the WEst 3.00 acres of Tract Itlver Baptist Association! Is sponsoring a special wutkcnd for

J. D. ODOM JR.. and VERNIE PHILLIPS systems to notify their customers about hot water will dissolve lead at a taster 13 as shown on an unrecorded map by young people on Friday and Saturday Mar. 17-18 ut. Madison Street! Itaplist
ODOM hit wit.. possible lead contamination In drinking rate than cold water The water department Joseph G. Knapp Surveyor dated Church.
Plaintiffs, water This drinking water system Is currently does not recommend that you seek September 14. 1978: cold parcel contain The special activities! for "Con1>IfIr'r the Chltllln c" weekend! will begin
vs well below the EPA standards for alternative water supplies at this time ing 10.00 acres more or less Friday night from 7-9 p.m., then continuing Saturday with a pizza blow-out
JOHNNY R. HOBBS as Administrator ad lead in drinking water. and will continueto For more Information contact' Barry has been filed against you and you are at 5:30: p.m. and "Transformation" (Christian; !Itap) sche.ilulcd for 6:11/::

Illem of the Estate of ERNEST MAY carefully monitor water quality. Even Watts ((904)) 782.3454. or contact Kristen required to serve a copy of your written p.m.Special.
GREEN a/k/a ERNEST GREEN doceasd though the water department is below Smellier with the Department of En. defenses, If any. to lion PAUL D. guest will be Michael Holt who 1 specializes in topics such as;
; JOYCE GALLAGHER aka JOYCEA. the standards for lead ills still possiblefor vlronmenlal' Regulation ((904)) 798 4200 NEWELL. Plaintiff attorney whose address "Suicide and How Not to do It", "..e"r Pressure; The Fear That
lead from lead
DOREMUS a/k/a JOYCE GREEN; and to lead enter solder your water ltchgS/9 Is Post Office Box 1369. Keystone Paralyzes": and "Drinking Drugs and 'I>olnl( If."

ROGER DALE GREEN, and all others pipes As of system treatment Heights, Florida 32656. on or before Mr. Holt learned at an early age the desperate struggle for M worth
claiming by.or under ERNEST MAY a ,part the your level and mineral March 30 1989. and file the original with through growing up in a troubled home with ale,oholic parents For the 'n.isl
pH content
process IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH the clerk of this court either before service 17 he
GREEN.Defendants. of the water are adjusted to deliver years has dedicated himself to helping I students understand ttiitr
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD
on Plaintiff's attorney or Immediately value and potential.
corrosive water. The effect of
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO this minimally practice Is to produce water that FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA CASE NO. 88.523.CA thereafter; otherwise a default will be Michael's first public school speaking engagement came at the requestof
DEFENDANTS JOYCE GALLAGHER dissolves lead more slowly than corrosive entered against you for the relief a school administration Two students had committed suicide and a
Florida bankIng
a/k/a JOYCE A. DOREMUS a/k/a water KEYSTONE STATE BANK a demanded In the complaint or petition. third attempted in one month. His talk opened the doors for students to

JOYCE GREEN: ROGER DALE GREEN, and The EPA has provided the water Plaintiffvs corporation WITNESS my hand and seal of this discuss the issue. The Initial response was tremendous and even after months -

all parties claiming Interests by department with the following Information court on March 6, 1989. they continued to approach him for help.In .
HON. RAY NORMAN
through under or against said Del en : JACK W FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN Clark of the Court June of 19117 he moved to Atlanta to become a full.time youth corn
dants or ERNEST MAY GREEN deceased The United States Environmental Pro mumcator for Reach Out Ministries lie has
nls wife; RICHARD J. GAWLE. as surviving 4lchg 3930Control spoken to I1OW young people(
or his Estate. or any and all parties having tection Agency (EPA) sets drinking trustee of GAWLEY CONSTRUCTION 001 across American and in four other countries communicating. with young
or claiming any right title or Interestin water standards and has determinedthat COMPANY, a dissolved Florida corpora people and parents alike.
the property hereinafter described: lead Is a health concern at certain tion, ROBERT D. REIFEL; HERBERT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the institutionof levels of There Is currently a CRAMER, BRADFORD COUNTY UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
this Action by Plaintiff J D. ODOM .fo.ur. I I Ii
standard parts per million FLORIDA. A Political Subdivision of the MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
JR.. and VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM his (ppm). Based on new health information State of Florida, and TORODE OIL COMPANY JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Legal Noticesowner
wife. against you seeking to foreclose a EPA i. likely to lower this standard Court No. 88 437.Civ J.16
mortgage on the following described significantly Defendants UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. doing business under the firm

property in Bradford County, Florida Part of the purpose of this notice Is to NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Plaintiff name of Hodges Building Supply S Hardware .

videlicet: inform you of the potential' adverse : JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. 412 W. Call Street Starke. Fla i I If
THAT PART of East Half of. Northwest health effects of lead This Is being done FAGAN his wife, residence unknown vsMORGAN S. UNDERHILL et al. 32091, Intends. to register said fictitious f
Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section even though your water may not be in but whose last known mailing address Is name under the aforesaid statute' '
Thirty.six. Township Five South Range violation of the current standard P.O. Box 576. Flagler Beach. Fl. 32036. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE Dated this 15th day of February 1989

Twenty.one East which lies, North and EPA and others are concerned about YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto In Bradford County : I

I Westerly. of County Graded Road knownas lead In drinking water Too much lead In foreclose a mortgage on the following a Final Judgment entered on February 4tchg 2116.3/9 4 I
Primitive Baptist Church and Heilbron, the human body can serious In Bradford County Florida: Control 0979
I cause property 2, 1989 by the above entitled Court In I
Springs Rood as now located and lying damage to the brain kidneys, nervous Tract 14 and the West 3 acres of Tract the above styled cause, the undersigned
South and West of a Branch running system and red blood cells. The 13 of an unrecorded plat of GENEVA United States Marshal or of his duly NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
through sold land being In the East Half any REGISTER
greatest risk. even with short term exposure WOODS being more particularly authorized deputies will sell the
property
of the Northwest Quarter of Southeast FICTITIOUS NAME
Is to children and described as follows:
young pregnant situate In Bradford Florida
Quarter of Section Thirty.six. TownshipFive wom.n.Lead A parcel of land situated in .the Northeast described County Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
asLot :
South Range Twenty.one East. containing Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
levels SouthwestOne
In your drinking water are One Quarter of the
24, Parkwood Subdivision
as per Post
Evan W. Hodges Jr.,
one acre. more or less undersigned
likely to be highest.If : Quarter of Section 25 Township 8
plat thereof recorded Plat
In Book 3,
Fla. aol.own.r. .
ALSO a 1957 Victoria mobile home, Office Box 1262. Starke, 32091,
your home or water system has lead South Range 22 East Bradford County Page 5 of the public records of Bradford t
Dullness under the firm
,
bearing ID 7794. and Title 8772S79 permanently pipes or Florida, said parcel being more particularly County, Florida doing Ck r \
of Paint A 407 W.
Supply
affixed to said lands.YOU name Hodges
elf home has copper pipes with described as follows: at public to the and
ARE REQUIRED to file, your written Jour outcry highest Madison Street Storke. Fla. 32091 Intends
lea AND Commence at a concrete. monument at best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00 Michael Holt
to said fictitious name
defenses to this action with the Clerkof -if the home Is less than five years the Northwest corner of said SW 1/4 and Noon on March 21, 1989 at the front door register
under the aforesaid statute.Dated .
the Circuit Court In and for Bradford
old South 89'26'12" East, the North
or run along entrance of the Bradford Courthouse
County
this 15th. day of February 1989
County Florida and serve a copy .if you have soft or acidic water or line of sold SW 1/4 distance of 1356.03 at Stark. Florida.
thereof upon the attorney for .the Plaintiffs -if water sits In the pipes for several feet to a concrete monument on theEasterly Dated: February 6, 1989 In Bradford County. 4tchg 216.39Control
who IsWILLIAM
:
hours. right of way line of a county Richard L. Cox. Jr. 0980
A. BESSENT. III. Esquire Lead containing materials can often graded road; thence run South 00*03'24" United States Marshal

403 West Georgia Street be spotted through home Inspection; Was along said Easterly right of way Middle District of Florida
Post Office Box 1056 plumbers can also Inspect your home for line 1328.15 feet to a concrete monument Dorothea BeaneAssistant

Starke. Florida. 32091 lead.containing materials. The only way and the point of beginning: thence 14$. Attorney o ""
((904)) 964 7262 to be sure about your water s lead con continue South 000324 West along Attorney for Plaintiff'
not later than 18 April 1989 tent is to have the water 'tested If you said Easterly right of way line 679.33 Control 0966 Happy Birthday
DATED this 1st day of March. 1989.
are concerned about thence
possible exposureto feet to a concrete monument; run "Ichg2/16.3/9
RAY NORMAN lead using cold water and flushing South 8949'IS" East 740.10 feet too concrete
Clerk of Circuit Court lines fore few minutes before each
thence North
your monument: run
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Control 0996 use can reduce your exposure to f ead 0003'24" East 412.00 feet to a concrete REGISTER Timmy Q'Netaf

21chg 3/9.16 To flush your lines, allow the water to monument; thence run North 89 4915'. FICTITIOUS NAME

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the You arc growing tall, but you're still loved by all!

undersigned Yvonne Hodges, Route 1,
Box 12... Hampton Fla. 32044, sole .. .. "
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Starke News. American Legion Initiation HeldOn

'Help Your Kids in School' TopicAt Elementary Tuesday night, Feb. 28, the American Legion Auxiliary hosted a

Our students will be working on a special unit covering seatbelt safety at covered dish dinner attended also by members of the American Legion
Education Seminar MondayThe various times through March. A big thank you is due to first grade teacher Post 56, at the Legion headquaters.
Patricia Wainwright for her help in coordinating this vital project. Following dinner Violet Crosby, President welcomed members and
Bradford County Parent Education Committee will present the fifthin Report cards for the 4th six weeks went home Wednesday Mar. 8. guests. Antoinette Coss past President served as Installation Officer.
its series of programs aimed at developing better relations within the Starke Elementary (as well as other Bradford County schools) will be Nerw members installed were Crissie Fisher, Margaret McKinney and
receiving a Comprehensive Program Audit by a special team from the Bernice F.Somma. Gem Rodrigue and Peggy Thomas were unable to at-
family. The program will be presented this Monday Mar. 13 from 7-9 p.m. tend initiation ceremonies.

at the moderator Starke Elementary will be Chris cafetorium.The and the will include teachers HELP)Education Those who Mar.owe 6-10.the office for lunch money borrowed are asked to During the installation new members were presented with lighted red
Snavely panel Justice
counselors and parents. Discussion will take the form of questions from the please pay up as the loan fund Is rapidly heading toward bankruptcy.The candles representing Freedom Democracy and Loyalty. They
also given the Preamble of the
Communication Education Program is presenting a series of one were Constitution the poppy flower,
audience be answered the
to by panel. needto hour workshops dealing with techniques of teaching parents how to en- American flag decal,and the American Legion Auxiliary pin.
Subjects will include "How to Help Kids in School", what
your you
Other officers in the
courage their children to read: assisting ceremony were Mary Gissy,Mary Brown
know from you kids' teacher as well as what your kid's teacher needs to DATES: Mondays (March 6, 13, 20 & 27) Muriel Gilhooly, VI Stallings, Laura Ritch, Edith Gowans and Lucille
know about child.
your
Stieh.
TIME 7-8
She has requested that parents bring their children to this program as : p.m. Following the all "God Bless
PLACE: Bradford Public Library ceremony, present joined in singing
they will be included.The program will be of interest to children of all agesas PRICE: Free Amerirn".

Free well babysitting as their parents.will be offered for the children too young to attend the Child TOPICS: Techniques in Story Telling Right Books to Choose for your Did You Know...

program.This in-service and education GOAL: Teach a child to read Mrs.David Taber of Keystone
program qualifies both for credits continuing Heights Mrs.Herbert Thomas.Mrs.J.D.
EARLY RELEASE DAY is March 15. Students will be dismissed at 1
units for teachers.For Warren and Mrs. W.J. Prick, members of'the Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter
more information please call Sue Crum 964-6400, Charlie Thomas p.m.MRS. of NSDAR attended the luncheon hosted by the Regents Council of Nor-
964-6150. or Laura Conti 964-84H8.! VAN'S CLASS: Congratulations to our reading class. They suc- theast Florida at the Jacksonville UniversIty Wolfson Student Center
cessfully completed the Pizza Hut Book-It Program to receive a pizza par- Wednesday feb. 22. in celebration of the Bicentennial observance on of
ty. A very special thanks you to Mrs. Register for providing the books each George Washangton's birthday.
Reading Revival Continues at Library"Old month for our library. ...

Fashioned is Still the Best" will be the theme of a series of classes Students enjoyed our "Blue Sky" unit on NASA sponsored by 4-H. Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs. David Taber of Keystone Heights attend-
beginning March 6, 7 p.m., at the Bradford County Public Library.Sue Thanks to Mr. Rod Buchele for lending us thrtee videos and providing work fM1 Annual State Conference of the Florida State Society, NSDAR.
Crum Library Director, and storyteller extraordinaire will enter- booklets for each child. The students enjoyed learning about NASA and the Altamonte Springs Hilton on Mar. 2-4.
tain and inform( as she gives parents basic instruction( in the art of reading space shuttle.
aloud.
The first class will show adults how to develop their own storytelling
technique and how to choose the "right" story. Please call the BCPL at New Owner Special!
064-6400( or Charlie Thomas 964-6150 for more information. UDC, Weeks Chapter Meets MondayThe

W.T.Weeks Chapter of the UDC will meet on Monday March 13 at 11
Edward Hall Named to Dean's List a.m. at the Bradford Family Restaurant. Members are asked to note

Edward L. Hall of Starke was named to the Fall Quarter Dean's List at change of meeting date.MusicaVDrama dessie'sHair

the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah.The .
Savannah College of Art and Design is a private, non-profit, ac-
credited institution ranked in the top 10 percent of all collegtes by Peter- e Music By Buryl RedLIELEVOfiTE
son's Competitive Colleges. Clinic
SCAD grants Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts and five-year
Bachelor of Architecture degrees. Nine areas of concentration include I Iffl
video, photography architecture graphic design, fiber arts historic Formerly Cutups
preservation painting, illustration and interior design. 454 W.Madison Street

(Next to Winn Dixie)
Col. Elbert Chapter, DAR, Has MeetingThe BOOK AND LYRICS' BY RAOAN COURTNEY 1 '-,-.-

Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of the NSDAR met Monday Mar. 6 at Sunday March 19 C
the home of Mrs. Roy Kennedy in Keystone Heights.The New Owner Special Month of March
program speaker was Mrs. Raymond G. Starnes who spoke on Na- 7:30
tional Defense covering four problems of concern facing our nation(1)( p.m. PERM HAIRCUT SHAMP. & SET
Central America and the Panama Canal; (2)) Communism; ((3)) Foreign
Debt; and (4)) No Insurance. presented by the Choir of $25 With Men& $7 $7 00
Vice-Regent, Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Historian Mrs. David Taber Cut Women .
attended the STate DAR conference in Altamonte Springs on Mar. 2-4 and First United
brought home two awardsone on Indian affairs and one for donating NEW HOURS:Tues.,Thru FrL 9 6:00;Sat.830-4:00
books 100 years old to the National DAR library 425 members attendedthis Methodist Church
conference.A New Owner,Jessie Harris

hostess.social hour followed the meeting and refreshments were served by the Sponsored by Gilbert Goldwire Music Fund Operator&Stylist Lorraine Alvarez RobertsON


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Florida Nat'l Bank

To Be PurchasedBy

First UnionThe


Boards of Directors of Florida
National Banks of Florida, Inc., and i
First Union Corporation of
Charlotte N.C.,have entered into an
agreement to merge Florida Na-
tional with First Union's Florida
banking subsidiary First Union Cor- THE SPOT FINANCING!*
poration of Florida.
Under the terms of the agreement.
First Union would purchase all
Florida National common stock for Ranger
$27.125 per share. Approximatelyone '-150 Lariat
half of the purchase price will be
XLT! Air Conditioning
payable in cash with the remainderin Trim ,
First Union Corporation preferred t Loaded Air Conditioning" ,5 Speed, AM/FM? W/Cnssette'Debute .
stock. On Monday March 6, the last AM/FM Stereo w/Cassette,Aux *Tone<' 'M< Gr'IIlinI.i;!' tOA Hear**"

sale price of Florida National stockas Fuel Tank Chrome I '
Step Bumper, Imm.'t I ,Much MoreONLY
reported on NASDAQ was $17.875
per share. The transaction will be Argent Styled Steel Wheels,
valued at approximately $749 C Sliding Rear Window,Tach.
million.
The First Union preferred stock
will be a cumulative perpetual ad- 9245
justable rate issue with a stated 0,495;
value of$50 per share and a liquida- NLicetj
tion value of$ per share. The divi-
dend rate will be adjusted quarterlywith
respect to United States ?
government securities.The dividend
terms of the preferred stock will be \
determined shortly before the closing Escort LX
intended to permit the preferredstock VVE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!!
to trade on a fully distributed 2 Dr.,Air Conditioning, AM/FM
basis at its stated value.
Stereo,Tinted Giant, Gauges,
The merger is subject to prior
regulatory approval and approvalby Dual Horn, Digital Clock,
the shareholders of Florida Na- Console r
tional. The transaction is expectedto
be completed in the third quarterof FOR ONLY
1989.
In connection with the proposed *
merger Florida National has issued Tempo GL. $ 7 495 Aerostar Wagon"
First Union a warrant exercisablein
certain events entitling First Air Conditioning Auto Trans., Automatic Transmission ,

Union to acquire up to 9.2 million Speed Control, Light Group, Power Conditioning,Captains ChaIrs.
shares of Florida National's Lock AM/FM Stereo W/Ca.s. '
unissued Group, 7 Passenger,Speed Control Tilt
common stock at$22.50 per
share. Wheel Privacy Glass,AM/FM !

As part of the agreement $ Stereo W/Caseette, < I
Chemical Banking Corporation has 10,488' .
t agreed to sell the 1,302,285 shares of .,n.,." ''''(Itr''I'.u ., *- f
Florida National common stock it f 'e.it; 13,806 :
now owns to First Union for a priceof : -i Elj' : : : I Ii
$27.125 in cash immediately priorto "t1 Jt.s, : ,

Union completion will also of the acquire merger.certain First i ,Y .a ,:. ) ;&:: \+ }i j.s i :

I warants to purchase Florida Na- ,< f '
U. ;)Q.l: "
tional common stock granted to *Not After Rebate Plus$38.50 Plus Tax;Tide.With Qualified Credit _. \ : c_ I I
Chemical for an aggregate price of
1 $100 million. Chemical and Florida 1982 ,Datsun ZX 1984 F-150 1987 Special Edition 1979! Chevy
y National have agreed to suspend
I certain conditions and obligations of Pickup Bonus Cab Pukupnrpped !


I pletion their related pre-existing of agreements the First Union pending merger; merger.com-and Sport s. $ 2,950 N rrA.t, $3 ,995 the 31,000 Dualies Extras ML., All $15 995. T.nsportetion *1.995


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Mar..317Bradford 1984 Tempo GL '84 Chevy S-10 1986 Ford F-150 XL, '86 Chrysler

Elem.i Middle School Pickup Fifth Avenue,
j I Monday Pork patty,rice 4 tomato gravy,grataI 4x4,Tilt, 11t..
I beans,fruit topped cake,cornbread mil.Tuesdays Auto Trans. Black, Cruise, Air, Silver with t.
j I Baked turkey mashed potatoes 4 Air, $2688 4 Sp Sport New Tires $8995 leather interior. 7250
' rolls gravy,milk.buttered green peas sweet potato pie,hot New Tire. Wheels $3250 & Rims Loaded! i

Wednesday Whaler on bun french fries cabbage -
slaw ,cookie,milk.
pears 1986 Olds'
Thursday Taco pie, lettuce tomato cheese' 1987 Tempo GL 1987 Nissan Sentra 1985 Ford F-150
buttered corn,fruit fello,cinnamon roll,milk.
Cutlass
Fridays Managers Choice Day.< AT, Air. Supreme
\. Bradford High School I 4 Dr..Tilt, New Tires its '

Monday Hamburger gravy, mashed potJo1 -, MAlr. Dr. $5995 4Dr.,8Cyl.Wheels';, $6995
$6950 Sport
$6995 '
mustard greens, chocolate cake, cornbread: d F.ztnClean r.
Claanl ,
milk. Gsstb Clean Tutone Blue
Tuesdays Chicken rice cheese toast, green
1 lima beans, fruit cup, butterscotch: brownie, \
milk.
: Wednesday Whaler on a bun french fries cabbage :
; slaw strawberry shortcake,milk.
Thursday Tuna salad on lettuce, macaroni fc
cheese, green beans, peacnes cinnamon roll
f!' milk. ; Motors388FORD

?;1.; Friday Managers AlaCarteMondays Choice day. 'Terwil1egar

Cheeseburgers, plus french fries,
;. milkshakes O J.
t' Tuesday Hamburgers' plus corndogs,trench 964-7200 "' 473FORD'tarke
fries milkshakes.O.J. 371-1096
Wednesdays Hamburgers, pizza .french fries Keystone Hgts '
"S milkshakes. '
Thursday Hamburgers,corndogs trench tries. Gainesville Jacksonville.
ntlkshakes.PrMayi State Road',21
Hanmilkshakes ....., corndogs, trench fries, 209 W. Madison
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Thanks to Area's Boy ScoutsBy b

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Mark Frledlln ""We exceeded all our hopes in erosion of the dunes from the
BCT Staff Writer terms of the number of trees storm which was in progress.
The Boy Scouts of Bradford collected," Hardenbrook said. John Hammond, the overall co-
County have announced that "We also estimate that we pro- ordinator of the project who is .
their Christmas tree project, the tected at least three-quarters ofa based In Orange Park Inspectedthe a
"Save Our Beaches"campaign In mile of beach from erosion." trees carefully and said he \
which scouts collected trees The scouts set up collection was very pleased as the trees
from area citizens after the points in each community, then began trapping the sand."
holiday season, was a big got help from local National The "Nor'Easter" winds which
success. Guard units to transport the occur most frequently In Spring
Lee Hardenbrook Asst. Scout- trees to the coast. Once there and Fall along the Florida
master for Troop 70 which is they had to contend with a Coast, have especially bad ero-
sponsored by the Bradford Northeaster and poor weather sion effects as they blow off the
''County Rotary Club and conditions as they went about ocean and drive sand particles
spokesman for the group which dropping off the tree In carefully away from the coast in a steady
Includes Troop 675 of Hamptonand selected spots on the shore. stream. The destructive effects
Troop 75 of Lawtey. said he "While It was rough weather for of the winds have forced Winning Team...
was pleased with the the program's the scouts, it was encouraging to -s e:.. Some of the principle figure In helping the Boy ScouU Keyitone HelghU Merchant AModatlon Representative
effectlvness and
with the see that the trees had an Im- were recognized: at a recent Rotary meeting.They Inlcude, Brenda Carr,MaJ.John Wayne Heney,ChrU Andenon and I
popularity public. ScoutS.
mediate effect, preventing the .. pap 2B from left to right Art.Scoutmaster Lee Hardenbrook, Scoutmuter Brian Creen.
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Community Zoning Explained to Local Leaders at Workshopby


Buster Rahn dinance may be grouped with it for Zoning Intentions... neighborhood appuurunce com and must bo done well fully protecting It'!!a price they pay for community -
BCT Start Writer increased efficiency in administration Garrett then explained what mm-: munity revenues and expenditure, public interests without restricting service.
Two zoning workshops,one for the and enforcement. ing Is intended to accomplish: and properly values." the Individual's use of the land
county and one for the city, were "It is not a means of acquiring Zoning is the division of a In Justice Hurry any more than necessary However, Local Zoning...
held recently by Lowell Garrett land for public use without cost, and jurisdiction into zones or dlNtricts. Heher, of the New Jersey Supremo there must be a reasonable relation- Assistant Zoning Director Janet
senior planner for the North Florida it should not be used as a means of Zoning regulates land uses and Court said, "Zoning is the modern ship between the objectives of Turner says residents of Bradford
Regional Planning Council. reducing the price of land so that it related matters. Between districts, response to the individual and collective regulation and the regulations County Including Starke and the
Both workshops were well attended may be more easily acquired for regulations but within each needs of community life; the themselves. smaller towns are fortunate that
by members of the zoning boards public use. It Is not a gambling district they vary apply uniformly to each living together of unrelated Interdepend.nt landowners and residents must county officlalled by the late L.M.
the board of adjustments and com- wheel for real estate speculation andit class or kind of property. The people, a society growing, have confidence in the system, that Gaines began the "YHtemseveral
missioners. Is not a commodity to be traded districts separate agricultural, more complex as it expands. rules are applied equally, uniformlyand years ago. Bradford Joined
Garrett explained "What Zoning about ('We'll zone your filling station residential, commercial and Industrial Although a concept of comparatively fairly. Duval and Alachua Counties in being
Is Not," before going into what ton- if you give us this 50 foot strip'), uses. Zoning has a direct effect in recent basic origin :zoning has its roots Members of both the city: and the first counties in North Florida to
ing does and a brief history of zon- even though the public may occasionally on the health, safety, comfort, that societal from necessities the and county zoning boards and the boards undertake :zoning of land. Some of
ing.Garrett appear to benefit from sucha and convenience of all the people< said, "Zoning is not a transaction. the community because it has a comodation of individual ac- community, and serve without pay. point Bradford County was several
for the of all "Zoning is not a means of enforc- interests to At times they the of
panacea mitigation urban direct effect on schools parks the common good and welfare." are objects years ago Turner said.!
and rural needs; a public office ing an individual taste" for style color playgrounds, fire prevention, is criticism by disgruntled persons
Zoning in
designated to lend official support to texture or shape. general community and necessary our society that disagree with their decisions.
economic, racial and religious sanc-
tions, deed restrictions,
neighborhood feuds, and personal
spites; or a legal process for assur-
ing a perfect pastoral atmosphere,
unmarred by machines,
neighborhood children, wandering
dogs or loudly singing birds.
"Zoning is not a political football,
principally useful as a theme for
Winn-JDixie':
righteous speeches at election time,'
and valuable favors for one's sup-
porters thereafter. .
"Zoning is not a magic wand to r
wave over the tax base, creating
ratables where now there are none,
or quickly erasing mistakes of the
past to the joy of all inhabitants.
Neither is it an unnecessary governmental : -
function, the principal wort; I -
results of which are to suppress individuality BEE
and increase taxes. .
"The zoning ordinance is not a cat- PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:

chall for miscellaneous ordinances STARKE u.s. CHOICE
which 470 V.MADISON ST. MARKETPLACE DEU PHONE 864-5013
seem not to fit in any other
section of the code. However, or- WHOLE or HALF
dinances which are related to but not

properly a part of the zoning or- Working 10 Give You _-o, UNTRIMMEDSEMIBONELESS

Commission to Launch

Annual Hunters Poll

The Game & Fresh Water Fish
Commission is mailing question- hUB EYES
naires to 42/523 Florida outdoorsmento THE LOWEST
find out how well they did duringthe
1988-89 hunting season.
Tom Wright, in the Commission's
Division of Wildlife, said the surveysare
an annual project, designed to FREE
provide data for wise managementof
this state's game animals and SLICED
birds. TOTAL

"The data from the returned ques-
tionnaires will help us enhance
recreational opportunities for out
doorsmen," Wright said. "From the
responses hunters give us every LB.
year, we learn more about how to 12-16
plan and administer wildlife pro- FOOD BILLI I
grams." .

ed By questionnaires Feb. 24, the Commission to approximately mail- US. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF SLICED 3:5WG.:

25 percent ((21,724)) of those who hold BONELESS RIBEYES

wildlife management area stamps. That is Winn-Dixie's commitment to
Ten percent (20,799)) of Florida's you.
licensed hunters are being polled in
a survey to be mailed by Mar. 3. Not just for today, but for a long time to VOLUME II
Holders of the sportsman's licenseare
among those included in either NOW ON SALE $3.98
survey. come! Plus, the quality, variety and service ;
Wright said those who don't res- 'WHAT'S )!
pond within three weeks will receive deserve in food store. G
a J 41, OQKINwff
you 1
a second mailing. If they still don't .. .! rf'f robDTffitORTERBURT
respond, they'll get another V
reminder three weeks later. In the fight against hunger It may not seem like your small change can WOLF
"We'd appreciate a prompt II make much of a difference. But WINN-DIXIE's new "Even It Up" program a SEASONAL COOKBOOK
response," Wright said. "It would I EVEUIT can be a very effective way to help needy families get the fresh foods 4
.
save the Commission the cost of ad- they need. You can help make the program a success. When you buy $10 WORTH
ditional mailings. At the latest, we. 1 UPDGIVE groceries just ask your cashier to "even up" your grocery total to the OF VALUABLE
need the
questionnaires by May 18.That's next dollar. The funds collected will go to the Salvation Army to provide COUPONS
?
when we plan to start )
cessing the information." pro- TOUR CHANGE TO perishable food Items for the hungry here In our own community.FEEOTHENURGRY .

Wright said information from the .
questionnaires will not be processedin Recipes, cooking tips. Information on food and good
hMlth .svsrythlng you sec on Burt Wolfs TV show Is In tit.book.
connection with the hunters'names. .
Ovsr$10 worth of discount coupons! On ssls only st WINMDIXIE.Ask .
tha service countsr for th. booS location In this stor
"We're not interested in knowing
anything about the individuals in o

these do surveys need to know" Wright is how said.much"Whatwe hun- [MJ Batty Ruth

ting was done between Sept. 3, 1988 IIchw0 /
and Feb. 15, 1989; where it was done, pRICr I
and hunters.how"much game was taken by i pW IrOW PRIG ii: -
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Pfc. Ronald Thomas _
"SMOKED RICE a BLOW a 1 I i n
Completes TrainingMarine READY TO 00" WHOLE 1 o l
BARBECUECHICKENS
Pfc. Ronald L. Thomas, rj
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son of Ronald L. Thomas, Starke, I' I
has completed recruit training at
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris
Island, S.C.During 2
the 11-weeks training cycle FDH S600 rvraPa cr
,Thomas was taught the basics of I I
battlefield survival. He was introduced -
j to the typical daily routine
that he will experience during his -
enlistment and studied the personal CHERRY BWEBERRra CHEESE
and professional standards tradi- WALNUT ii 1
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tionally exhibited by Marines.A or CHEESE DANISH
1987 graduate of Bradford High COFFEECAKES
I School Starke, Thomas joined the
Marines in September 1988. .
''IVEItYDAT'LOWtItICIS :,IVEItYDAY LOWPIIIC.S,

Cpl. James Handley i} 9 9 REGULAR, LIGHT or NABISCO STRAWBERRY APPLE or,
I I Awarded Mast $1 EXTRA GOLD ": DEL MONTI! BWEBERRY

COORS SPECIALTY FRUIT WHEATS
I Marine Lance Cpl. James D. EACH 6 6 wars
Handley, son of James D. and Wan BEER VEGETABLES S3 CEREAL
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has been awarded a Meritorious HERRLICH BAKED or ;Z
Mr
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Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air -PK:S/lgg 750 $204
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Station, Beaufort, S.C. HAM 12-01 CANS .sum WHITE COM 1401.KMANOOWOM ovs 15\1c-oz.
SIZE BOX
I A Meritorious Mast is an official .

I I recognition officer from a for Marine's superior commanding in-- DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE $119 ASTOR $178 NABISCO

I dividual performance. It is issued: in $388 14, WMs VEGETABLE OIL Uo.SUE I NILLA WAFERS. '.'a $169
the form of a bulletin published LB. ,
throughout the command, and a SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR
copy & entered in the Marine's per- AL. VARIETIES
manent service records. "FMSH BAKED"FRENCH COCA FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE, SHOPPING LIST THAN GROCERIES
/ A 1985 graduate of Keystone or CONVENIENCE AND LOW PRICESRECEIVE QEL
Heights High School, he joined the 'Itu.UMf. 77 COLA .1 CLOSEUPTOOTHPASTE
Marine Corps in December 1985. ITALIAN BftEAD. ;;D tJ.I 140.IUIC. 99C.c
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$1
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BTTLL' 32..$291
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: '.Unusual creatures will be the UCMGE1MANCHOCOLAT w it WITH EACH MOUTHWASH uuEXTRA
; feature during Animal Fair'89 at the S-IMCH 1 LATEMS PRESCRIPTIONPURCHASE NORMAL BODY
< Florida Museum of Natural History $ 99 .
AQUAMARINEIJ. "
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Beach Mouse, Dumereli monitor ,
lizard, and 85 lb. 16' reticulated
if" python a few animals that .

will Talk be on to hand the experts -and learn : i J

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Antique Sale Preview Set March 16 Hampton


Is Miss
Spring Is here in Florida and it's time for Starke's Antique and Collectible feature "white elephants" and crafts contributed by members, hopefully
Show.This will be the seventh annual show and each one is better than with many items you Just can't resist. There will be snacks, candies
the one before. cookies and coffee.

The Bradford County Fairgrounds, on US 301, one mile north of Starke, In the Kountry Kitchen, lunch will be served on Friday, Saturday and BlackHistory
will again be the location for this show. The dates for the show are March Sunday- great examples of Southern cooking at its best On Sunday,
16-19. The Preview Show will be on March 16 from 5-8 p.m. Regular show chicken tetrazzini will be the treat. Turkey, ham and tuna sandwiches
hours on Friday and Saturday (mar. 17-18) are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.,and along with soup and chill, will be on sale throughout the show hours, and
Sunday hours (Mar. 19) will be from noon until 5 p.m. the Junior Woman's Club will again have the Hamburger Chuckwagon for
Admission Is $2 at the door and your ticket is good for all four days, in your pleasure.The .
eluding the preview show. best Is yet to come.., the Dessert Booth... with samples of specialties
The Items for sale will be varied, with booths displaying all kinds of anti- made by club members and the delectable strawberry slioiteuke and Kim Hampton, 16-year-old
ques and collectible show Items, such as figurines,costume jewelry,country cheesecakes. The logo of Bradford County is that we have "the sweetest daughter of Bobby and Linda Hampton -
Items tin ware, baskets, quilts, china, mirrors, clocks, furniture, strawberries this side of heaven". So if you choose this dessert, you're in of Starke, won the title of Miss
books,dolls,etc.A real plus is a booth that will have plenty of information for a real treat. Be sure to try itt I Black History of 1989, in a contest
about reworking and renewing antique furniture, and pieces not so anti- The$1 advance ticket (or$2 at the door) will entitle YI'lIlo chance on a held February 18 in the BHS
que. daily door prize and on the drawing for the grand prize of$100 dollars to be Auditorium.Kim .
The Strawberry Boutique,the booth sponsored by the Womon's Club will awarded at 4 p.m. on Sunday Kim Hampton submitted the winning essay
on "Why I'm Proud to Be Black"
and also scored first on talent.In her
essay she wrote: "I am most proudto
be black because that's what God
o made me to be. I am proud of my
heritage and, like Dr. King I hope
that one day people will not be judged -
by the color of their skin, but
rather by the content of their
4 ST. PATRICK'S character."
# DAY ISMARCH Miss Hampton's winning talent
17 was a dramatic expression of an ex-
cerpt from the drama, "A Raisin in
the Sun", by Lorraine Hansberry,
and she sang an excerpt of "Oh
Freedom."
Kim is a member of St. John Mis-
sionary Baptist Church in Lawtey,
and serves as youth choir director.
u ? Ii ;W''! '!a lllnu" / t t E 1 Ill u -S As a Junior at Bradford High School,
I she is a member of the track and
<'. .=.. field and cross country teams.
.;' (,. 4'r" ."- ., Queen Kim is also a "super
QUANTITY RIGHTS salesman" of Girl Scout cookies,
VV-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE ..,.RESERVED. .. .... says Cookie Chairman Carolyn
Eaves.
BONELESS GRADE 'A PRICES' GOOD w-D BRAND U.S. CHOICEMARCH Kim's plans for the future include
THURS: attending a seminar this summer at
BOTTOM ROUND FRYER 0-15 ED1989 Auburn University in Alabama for
CORNED BEEF which she was selected,and her goalin
life is to become a youth

ROAST THIGHS STOREHOURS psychologist.Senior runner-up. in the contestwas

BRISKET Erika Banks, and selected for
8 A.M. the title of Junior Miss Black Historywas
TILP.M. Kenya Atkins of Starke. Other

11 were contestants Latoya in Davis the ,Junior Patrice Division Smith,

L .. .. and Kim Jones.
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3 1 One Truck In Sunday Injured Totalled AccidentAn ,


LB. LB. LB. 18-year-old Starke man received -
head injuries when the pickup

day truck morning.he was driving crashed Sun-

Harold K. Davis II was taken to
W-D BRAND U'3 CHOICE BONELESS BOTTOM HICKORY SWEET
WD BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
ROUND STEAK LD $229 BONELESS HAMS LB. $199 DELMONICO( STEAKS LB $495 laceraton Bradford, due Hospital to lack of for a seat a head belt,
according to Trooper D. F. Hudson.
The accident occurred March 5 at
W-D HICKORY SWEET 7:55: a.m.Davis was hospitalized for
REGULARBOLOGNA OSCAR MAYER $1 58 ; 1 SLICEDBACON: Fill Your Freezer observation, said Hudson.
SLICED_ BOLOGNA LE ___ Davis was 4.4 miles west of Starkeon
CR-233, driving a 1984 Toyota
W O BRAND U CHOICE _
Jthtt' truck, said Hudson Travell
SNOW pickup
' :' pQL4FN4 SEMIBONELESSRIB ... $, 95., ,.:... .'-" CRAB $1999 ing northbound at a speed too great
.. :. STEAKS . II. --': '.. CLUSTERS : .lllE1T02. for conditions,,Davis lost control of

'. !" 9ge; I. .a., W.6 BRAND U S CHOICE THIN CUT rA.J....I 0 1i 10-0./1.;'''' .,..J,;. { i AiII.f.\a.. : "oJ" uoy nrdholdtiolYer..arcrRecEedkape0fthe(/
K O: SEMI-BONELESS f .t1A"utM: i" <:
$415. BEEF PATTIES . .-.ISWD $498WD east shoulder, striking several trees
RIB STEAKS
. 1'1' before coming to rest, said Hudson.
SLICED W.O BRAND US, CHOICE BONELESS
with failure to
REGULAR or THICK $159 ------ -- EYE ROUND $299 PORK Davis use seat was belt charged and careless driving

BOLOGNA . II. COOKEDHAM ROAST . . la RIBLETS . . 111-11.$980 The pickup truck, belonging. to
Chad Reddish, was totalled.Obituaries
t cooiiii
iJiil WD BRAND US CHOICE BONELESS
LEAN GROUND ROUND $199 '" JI! ;,, !, II EYE ROUND $Q39 MADISON BRAND

CHOPPED SIRLOIN u IW STEAK . . la G CORN DOGS . HI lOX $399
'D SALAMI", BEEF SALAMI or WD BRAND US CHOICE
SPICED $189 LB' BONELESS $2 19 HARVEST

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FRESH Mrs.Irene WhichardMrs.

Royal a+ '- Irene Whichard, 64, of Lake
i i pow \ EVERYDAY PRIZE Y PRODUCENature Butler, died Sunday evening In the
l > r L LOW C. PRA E Lake Butler Hospital & Hand
% a brief il-
; makes the produce. Surgery Clinic, following

1w'R s __jI WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. lness.Born in Harland. Co.. Ky., Mrs.
Whichard lived most of her life in
I i I HARVEST FRESHBROCCOLI Stokes N.C.. until moving to Lake
Butler in April, 1987. She was a
1 i or member of Sweet Gum Grove
X CAULIFLOWEHARVEST Freewill Baptist Church in Stokes,
N.C., and was retired from the
"- school board in Stokes.
Survivors include one sister,
780 Cassie Pressley of Lake Butler;
I three brothers, Hubert Hickson of
EACH Brunswick, Ga., James P. Hicksonof
Chlefland, and James C. Hicksonof
Macclenny; several nieces and

nephews.Funeral.
services were held
4 Wednesday In the Chapel of Archer
RED DELICIOUS Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
Rev. Michael Roddy officiating.
'' APPLES will follow in Dekle Cemetery
,IVMYDAT LOW PRICK'' .- Burial
SUPERBRAND SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS under the direction of Archer
LIGHT C ICE $148 9 Funeral Home.
ALL VARIETIES eeLF
CHEK M. GAL $11 Card of ThanksThe
4-LB.
SUPERBRAND LONGHORN THRIFTY MAID kindness and sympathy of
DRINKS HALF MOON $'49 POLY 96e BA0 neighbors and friends in our recent

CHEESE . . Ls.T,.. VEGETABLES. . SAG sorrow will always remain with us
as a precious memory. Our sincere
SEAFOOD KITCHENS
----=- 68 C SUPERBRAND 85 e FISH $1 99 jyS; ..-S PINK FLORIDA or WHITE thanks comforting and acts.gratitude for_ all those

2-LTR.BTL. YOGURT. . m: STICKS . til { FlI I! Special thanks to Stumps Dept.
SUPERBRAND THRIFTY MAT JSHOESTRING J ?};,:',; GRAPEFRUIT Store and staff.Also Dr. Gianas and
ORANGE 38 OCVCr'" ?";; _>|v4Cl Jones Funeral Home.
BWE..WHITEOrCOLDWATEA $ 2 211-... : ,, Marklee fc:Norman FamiliesIn
ARROW 4201. $1 19 JUICE . . GAL.POTATOES. . PKCiCommunity -: ..
DETERGENT . SIZE ";-.;::.:. 'f5LB.:, $1'J8 Appreciation

BAG Perhaps you sent a lovely card or1
'
HEAD-ON !/ O-CT. -' FRESH sat quietly in a chair.
I --.wi ROCK '. TROUT Perhaps you sent a funeral spray.
.
If so we saw it there.
P SHRIMP FILLETS FRESH Perhaps you spoke the kindest

97e word. any friend could say,
pt CARROTS . V c were not there at all,
' ,ty,4/ iFISHFRMANSf $159 $309 just though of us today.
a- IhCrKWHARF. tcc YELLOW e Whatever you did to console the

I HESH SEAFOOD La "': LB ONIONS . :lAG. 85 part.heart, we thank youwhatever, the
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HEADLESS 41/SO-CT./ vtA-L Kx z f DELTA PRIDE The Frank Parks Family
; WHITE | CATFISH $Q99 REGULAR $128
State J'I! $499. }La
!RSjiIKiT SHRIMP . u FILLETS La U POTATOES. In Memory
Bank Daniel Leamon Norman
= I WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASE FREE!
(Daddy and Grandpa)
TIme will not erase the memories
we have of you. We only wish you
could see an of your children,grandchildren

CLEAN STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT Even though and creat-crandchUdren.you departed life III

tew I years ago OQ Much 13, lMOwe will
.'*.:"* ,'.j"" .!,an be together ODe da,.
Wife,ailldreo.
Graadgujdrai\ *

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I '. Obituaries. .


John Francis Keystone and Frances Johnson of Kerby Thomas sons, Calvin Cash of Forest City,
Brogan
: N.C., George Cash of Bostic, N.C.
.x John Francis Brogan. 93 of Atlanta, Ga.; four grandchildrenand Kerby A. Thomas, 70, of Starke Guy Cash of Caroleen, N.C., Cart
Keystone Heights, died StaturdayMar. two greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were held Sun- died Mar. 3 at the Gainesville Nursing and John Cash both of Charlotte,
t, 4 in Whispering Pines Illness.Care day, Mar.5 in Eliam Baptist Church Care. Center following a brief Il- N.C.,and David Cash of Rutherford Joan's fashionsShop
Center extended and
N.C.
following an officiating. movedto ; ten stepgrandchildren
with Rev. Jimmy Coyle Born In Lulu, Mr. Thomas
Born Sept. 18, 1895, in Newark, of four great- tepgrandchUdren.
Interment was In Ellam Cemetery Starke In his childhood. He was
N.J.,Mr.Brogan moved to Keystonein Funeral services held Mar. 6 Joan'sfor
Melrose under the direction of Jones retired from the Florida State Road were at
1985 from Chatham,N.J.He was a at. the Chapel of Archie Tanner
of
Funeral Home. after 24 ser-
retired sales manager for J.P. Department years Funeral Home of Starke with Elder
Co. and member of the vice. He was Baptist. O.M. Burial the finestin
Stephens a Yarborough officiating.
O.
American Hotel Association. Milo SponholtzMilo Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. was in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
Survivors include one niece, O. Sponholtz, 67, of Orlando, Evelyn Thomas; four sisters, Mrs. Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Eunice H. MacDonald of Keystone died Mar. 3 In an Orlando hospital.A Lucille Knowles, Mrs. Gladys charge of arrangements. Ladies
Kansas, he movedto Newman, Mrs. Louise Hernandez
native of Russell, r.
Heights and two grand-nieces. Orlando in 1965 from Hawaii. He and Mrs. Clara Mae Owens, all of# See...
funeral services were
Graveside School Starke two brothers,Ovid and N.D. Ii 9ashioncForEaster
held March 6 with Mr. was a Bradford High ;
Monday, Obituaries
Ernest Woodhouse officiating. Inter graduate, class of 1940; he attendedthe Thomas, both of Starke; six step pap 128

ment was in Keystone Heights: University of Florida, and
Cemetery under the direction of graduated 2nd Lieutenant from Ar
Jones Funeral Home. my Air Corps Cadet Training Schoolin I ::4
1943. He worked as d bookkeeperin PINEHURST VARIETYBe
Mrs. Blanche C.Duke the Bank of Starke until he was
drafted in Sept. 1942. As a pilot He Special fait &
Mrs.Blanche Cauthen Duke,76,of; completed 35 missions over Germany Ready for Easter
,died Friday afternoon
High Springs and received many citations
at the home of her daughter follow the Air medal with WinterClearance
ing an extended illness. including clusters. He retired with the rank of BUY NOW! fi
Born in Alachua County, Mrs. Lt. Colonel. When he returned to 3ack
Duke lived most of her life in Union he and .
Orlando in 1965, purchase
County until moving to High Springs:
He
Shell Station.
in employed 1976. She with was a Rivers retired Hardwareand clerk and operated was Presbyterian a member Milo's Church of Grace, the American Covenant FABRIC 25 % OFFA i i Over $0% Off!

Furniture before her retire Air Force Reserve and i
ment. She was a member of Spring thegRetired Officers Assn. large selection of high fashion fabrics: I
Hill United Methodist Church. Dresses for That Special Occasion
Survivors include his wife, Harriet
Survivors include two daughters, Nelsonof Linen. 1OO% Polyester. Silk. Spring Cotton i
Jane Bray
his daughter, i Also featuretf
; are
Connie Barrs of Palatka and Gail Media, Pa.; three brothers, Prints. Etc. !
Emerson of High Springs; one Lester of Jacksonville, Arlie of at Joan's asfi msJoan's
brother, J.N. Cauthen of Jacksonville Gatlinburg, Tenn., Leland of SIMPLICITY PATTERNS 1/2 PRICE 1i
sister, Eunice Hardee of
; one Ila i
sister,
Fl. one
Chuluota ;
and
seven Gainesville greatgrandchildren.Funeral ; five grandchildren. Sponholtz of Jacksonville; and two We Do Alterations
fashionsStarke
held Mon grandchildren, Elizabeth and
services were Machine Dealer
A New Home Sewing
day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Christopher.
Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Don Funeral services were held Mar.6
Denton officiating. Burial was in in Colonial Carey Hand Guardian 9645587OPEN Plaza 964-7651
under the Funeral Home Chapel of Orlando
Elzey Chapel Cemetery
direction of ARcher Funeral Homeof with interment in Woodlawn : 7:00 a.m. 8OO: p.m. 7 Days A Week Visa Mastercard Layaways WelcomeChoiceoiGreat
Lake Butler. Memorial Gardens Cemetry.
Located across from Southslde Elem.

William J. Grimes _.
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Jacksonville, died March 2 in St. ,i' ,:Florida Federal5Month l. ;
Vincent's Medical Center following .. . I < ," __ .., ,.. ." .' .
a brief illness.
Born in Durham, N.C., he movedto
Jacksonville 20 years ago wherehe
has resided since. He was a
member of First Baptist Church of
Jacksonville and was employed with Your Rates
the Ft. George Golf Course.
Survivors Include his father and
stepmother Bill and Maeola Grimes
of Lake Butler; one sister,Mary Lou
Newton of Mussle Shoals, Ala.; and
his fiancee, Marie Chesser of
Jacksonville.
Funeral services were held Mon
day at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Ar Certificate of Deposit 1 s.
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler:
with Rev. Paul Henderson and Rev.

Alvin Dekle Lane Cemetery officiating.under Burial the direction was in % % O/O

of Archer Funeralllome.

Owen Franklyn Hazen 9.25 8.88 9.38 9.00

Owen Franklyn Hazen, 66, of
Starke, died Friday, March 3 at
M Whispering Pines Care Center: Annual Percentage Yield Current Rate Annual Percentage Yield Current RateCompounded

.J! following ao extended illness. minimum deposit$1000Compounded Monthly minimum deposit$1000'' Monthly
11III Born and raised in Bradford Coun I
ty,he was employed as a sheetmetal
mechanic until health forced his: .. -
retirement. He was a Baptist. ier d''C'enlfica'teS\-.tomp' '
Survivors include three brothers, un.ded. Ptontfit'y"ir 1mu Jfep si',($ tit "

Harley of Keystone Hts.? David of 9 Month Term
Starke,and Albert of Fairplay,S.C.;;
three sisters, Mrs. Caudie Mullin of Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Current Rate
Garnger, Ind., Mrs. Irene Perrin
and Mrs. Arlean Benka both of $7S.ooo.andover 9.65% 9.24%
Palatka.
Funeral services were held Mon $50.000 to$74.999 9.60% 9.20%

day at the Chapel of Archie Tanner: $25.000$49.999 9.55% 9.15%
Funeral Home with Rev. James:
Cowart officiating. Archie Tanner: $10.000 to$24.999 9.50% 9.11%

Funeral Home of Starke was in $1,000 to$9.999 9.38% 9.00%
charge of arrangements.

Frank Parks
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Services for the late Frank Parka;
held 11 at Mt.Pisgah
were February
A.M.E. Church in Starke.Mr.Parka minimum deposit 25,000 compounded monthly-Rate d 3.1-89

died on Friday, Feb. 2 at the Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
Daytona Beach Geriatric Center.He
was a resident of Cocoa for the last

34 Survivors include his sons,Arthur: $7S.oooaDdover 9.39% 9.01%

F. of Cocoa, Isom, Edward and
Louis Parks, all of Starke; his $50.000 to$74.999 9.14% 8.78%

daughters, Lucretia Robinson and $25.000 to$49.999 8.89% 8.55%
Birlene Ellerson of Ft. Lauderdale
and Naomi Riley of Starke; 26

grandchildren.grandchildren and 18 great Florida Federal offers choice and convenienceChoose

I Mr. Parks was a member of the you
Masonic Family,both Merritt Island
Lodge and St.Joseph's Lodge. Haile from a variety of investment options to fit your For your added convenience Florida Federal offers easy
Funeral Home of Starke was in individual needs. To high rate for short term a 5 account mail.
charge of arrangements. Intern earn a a or opening by Just complete the attached coupon
ment was in Oddfellow Cemetery of 12 Month CD is the perfect solution. Or try a tiered 9 Month and mail it with your deposit to any of the offices listed

I Starke. CD where the more you deposit, the more interest you earn.

I David E.PfennigerDavid .The Liquidity Plus Money Market Account brings total _

Edward Pfenniger, 46, of liquidity including check writing privileges. Interest rates mt
Starke died Tuesday Feb. 28 al keep pace with the market, changing everyday based on '--
Shands In ------------------------
Gainesville Teaching following an Hospital extended il- the 7-uay moving average of the Federal Funds Rate.Plus, ------------

; mess. the more you deposit, higher your earnings,and you Endoed to my check for$_ 1
Born and raised in Akron, Ohio,,, withdraw from this high yielding investment at I
can anytime I D Month CD $1.000 minimum
I Mr. Pfenniger attended Kent State to open a $ ( ) Q 9 Month Tiered CD($1.000 minimum) I
University where be received his without penalty. I D12 Month CD ..Dayi($1,000 minimum) II

I teaching degree. He then moved to Liquidity Plus Money Market Account($25.000 minimum) Ib
Starke in 1967 and taught at the Vo- I Iverbhlg
I Tech School In Starke.He was a Pro 1 Deposits mailed !)oven CDwith coupon erase tnglwdonti. daterecelvedor
I ., testant. Florida FederalSavings I the above ole.wh her.Above CD rates arevalid on coupona received on or I
before March 13, 1969.I I
I I Survivors include two daughters I
i Kristle and Erica Pfenniger both: ol I Do not tend cash through the mall

: Starke; his son, Charles Gardner of I Account should be titled(Please print the following Information) 1
N.C. his father Carl I
Point
High ; Bank 1 .
I, Edward Pfenniger of Ft. Lauderdale Mr.Mr M* "
'1 ; his brother, Richard C. Pfen I
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niger of Hollywood; and one sister,, : I Socb SecurityKumber of first name listed.. ; :> \
r) Mrs. Sandra Begala of Sanford. I (IR"'Iuln" I Graveside funeral -services were
'f( i held Friday at Keystone' Hts. 1 Joint Account with I
with Rev. Ben oft
Cemetery Bryant ,
= t' ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W Madison Street I Add:.- I I
Home of Starke was in charge of ar- Gainesville 32601 Gainesville, 32605 Starke. 32091 I -

i! rangementa. 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000 City. State_Zip Code..Daytime I

'.. a Mrs.Thelma C.Preston 3501 W. University Ave. 405 Lawrence Blvd. '3033 S.W. College Rd.Home; Telephone Number( )---. Phone Number( )_____ I
t Thelma C. Preston, 78, of 1
Mrs. Gainesville 32607 Heights 32656 Ocala 32674 Y
Keystone ,
n Melrose died Friday Mar. 8 in her 237-7&I Slpaturell(t) .
home following a sudden: illness. 373-8482 473-4952 ._
: Born April 7, 1910. Mrs. Preston I
; ; was a lifelong resident of Melrose. I J1nderpe1WtieI of perjury I c Wt my tupayer IdcnUBatloQ nurnbala I.
.. She was a homemaker,a member ol TourdepoiltsareliMiiedupto$10 .;: .;', withdrawal 15catesofdeport.tawmmlJectto| : ttobxkupwlthholdtiuuna tJbcitScode v: I.,
EUam ce '
Church
f Ellam Baptist subatiaturnaluetwdlbetmposedforeu "fdip. .
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for I I'
'I fund*and accrued Inter**remain on deport one ,
I Cemetery Assn. and a member andpastpresident tyuI! balance*that fen below the minimum earn a reduced taterettnt*.Account I .complebeandmatltoanyPbtfdaPedaa108ka\ +ddrcataedttitheleR: ,? Y:; I 14
of Melrose Woman'iCJub. I mop notarised tllleoalMpn'IDIDCDtll&JIat1I"card. .. ,
; She wu the widow of WlUlara, .with coupon wUl t Note.SubmntWpenaltyWlllbeJmpoe dbearlyWlthdnwIla6omCertJ8atft' ;ofDepoq" .r.; r"J't.' .'I'I'I
O. Preston
r Survivors Include bet daughter,, ,Bate*an aityect to change without E-14/4 1\
< Patricia P. Hacglund of Keystone: I
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A Success...
Boys Scouts of Bradford County
I honored their helpcts In their
Christmas Tree operation which f
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has helped stem the tide of erosion
on Northeast Florida shores.
At right Bradford Rotary
President Wiley Clark
Congratulates new Scoutm later
Brian Creen at the Rotary
luncheon while at left,Green
thanks Florida National Guard
representative John Wayne Hersey
for their help In"Operation Sand
Dune".


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.1 POSH GIFT r.Scouts Help. Fight Erosion on Beaches I I Ifrom


beaches communities like At- "The Starke City Commission gard." Bradford County Fair Associa-
lantic Beach to Initiate expen- the Bradford County Commission "Of course all of this effort tion and Warren Carver who
FOUR
"NAUTICAL NECESSITIES sive beach fill projects to save and In particular Merril would have been for nothing helped by allowing the use of
YOUR BEAUTY BONUS WITH ANY their vanishing coastlines from Dees. Charlie Schaefer Darrel without"Operation Sanddune"a the Fairgrounds for a central
FREE $13.50 MERLE NORMAN PURCHASE. the effects of the erosion. O'Nell and the city sanitation function of the 631st Maintenance collection points for the area.
N Hardenbrook stressed that the workers were Instrumental in Battalion of the National "A last word of thanks goes to
.. success of the project was due gathering trees from Bradford Guard here in Starke," Harden- all those people that took the
' not to one or two Individuals but County" Hardenbrook contin- brook said. The Guard provided time to see that their old trees
; Merle Norman's r spring bonus gift"Nautical moisture balance of fragrance-free Eye Creme to a community wide effort and ued. "Publicity was also Important transportation of the trees from were put to good use.; Harden-
Necessities includes lip and cheek colors Complex.One per customer while supplies would been impossible without especially since this was a Starke to the beach area after brook said. "This Is a very useful
crisp and breezy clear.Plus the beautiful last Bring this ad to redeem your free gift.* lots of help. first-run for the program here. they were loaded by an Inmate project with Immediate and es-
Crls Anderson of Clay Co-op Our local Bradford County Telegraph crew from Lawtey Correctional sential benefits which the
coordinated our effort in Key- and Eagle 106.3 Radio Institution.John Hersey.Jeffery scouts could see for themselves
stone Heights and Moshers Station together with the Crawford and K.W. Phillips were right away. We hope it helps our
\Towing provided not only the Gainesville Sun were largely re- all very helpful to us In this re- children to be able to enjoy the
site but also transport assis- sponsible for getting the word gard. beautiful coast of Northeast
tance In centralizing the trees" out and they did a fine job.Terry Hardenbrook also thanked the Florida as we have."

... The Keystone Heights area Vaughn. Mark Frledlln. Anne
.rt
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the trees collected. our special thanks in this re- n..9..rvP.PLAY WINNING TENNIS


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MARK AT STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS
964-4305 Off473 d38O TEAM MEMBERS
Record JunctionYour

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'., General Adult Medical Care
: I Wal MartNowrOpenbMondayi Pediatrics and

ImmunizationsAtT'cQ. n .:
; Saturday I .. } ,C iif! ,9 O Y., .d

9 a.m. til 9 Family Planningi
TTIGRLG fORmA1'11sS.ThompsonSt. p.m. Preventive Health Care and
Sunday 1 til 6 Cancer
S T U D I O S 96 i-73.55 p.m. p.m. Screening

For your shopping convenience

Come see us for our great March Specials! Our office is located behind

LORIOA >v 964-7474 Lake Butler Hospital

V. V. CONTROL EST J) Hand Surgery Center

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FOREMOST PRICE-WISE Sale, 850 East Main Street Lake Butler

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Fertilizer&Chemical CAMELLIA LOWERs 1989
Start
Specialist AZALEA Prices Good Mon.-Sat. Only Off Right.

will be on hand GARDENIA With New Tires FromCORBETT'S
Saturday. March 11 Balanced diet for all .
from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.acid loving plants CROWN SMIRNOFF CAPTAIN All Tires Made in the

1 to assist you with all 5*Bag 2.19 ROYAL VODKA MORGAN Good Ole U.S. of A.
your fertilizing and 10*/Bag 3.99 SPICED ,I
gardening questions. 25#Bag 6.99 RUM Most Boat Tires in Stock .
m Now.Also Inflatable

No Weeds weeds are a ir.'WQ\ Tires for Mowers! r r
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Use problem, use 1699 899 699LTR r
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Complete Balanced PI q $77,00 BALANCED AT NO
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Bag Covers '
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i BOOOSq.Ft.BLOOMING. .1. ONLY Sq............ I 1295
Includes set caster.camber&toe In to mlrs.specs.
Inspect suspension&steering system.For most WpurchaBe
ANNUALS American can. Front wheel drive and Chevette ot re8 .
AZALEAS 99 vehicles extra.Parts extra. '
& VEGETABLES Beautiful 69TR! 7 1 79
Individual Sprlng-llke '. BRAKE SERVICE 'Up'To 15'x8"WHITE
plants In 4" colors.In LTR 1.75 Replace pads or shoes;:resurface 95 SPOKEdrums
pots one gallon t or rotors:pack bearings;7' 49' WHEELS
< -WIN THIS.WEEK bleed&adjust;road-test moat
pots HOUSED SPECIALS? r o. Wont orparts
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Spray.Kills Strong P205-75R14 .$46.00 $39.00
chinch bugs, sod _. formulation for a
web worms&: wide range of Now Playing ............................. P215-75R15 $50.00 $41.00
other lawn r. hardtoklllinsects. P235-75R15 $52.00 $45.00

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i 539'E. Call Street ''Phone 964-5745 OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK .

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631stHonored \ ._AfMWCB' "WE EXCELS FLORIDA Storke 964-5451 TWIN



," $ MAINTENANCE CO. 0 s 2.00 SPECIAL ,-

Sat a Sun 5:00: Showing ,

Tuesday Showing I
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For HelpNineteen JO Starts CANDY Fri., Mar. 10 I



HARRYCRUMB
members of the 631st
Maintenance Company were
recognized Saturday morning ;?
February 25, at a Company forma- ra ra
tion, for their services to Project
SCREEN TWO
SOAR, (Save Our American L
Resources), and the North Florida Nick Martin .
Council, Boy Scouts of America. Nolle Short
The ninteen volunteers were
presented with awards and citationsfor THREE
their assistance to the Boy Scouts "
by John Hammond,Scout Leader of FUGITIVES
the Blck Creek District of the North Guardsmen Volunteers in Matanzas Project... PG-J
Florida Council, Boy Scouts of
America, and project chairman of The men pictured above are volunteers who helped with the haulingand Robert lledrlckson, SP4 Gerald Hendrieth. Sgt. Lacainear Hill. Sgt. Eddie 301 DRIVE-IN
the Matanzas project. placing of used ChrIstmas trees along beaches In the Matanzas Na Jackson, SP4 Charles Lambert, SP4 Kenneth Leneave, SP4 Terry
Receiving awards were: Sgt. Em- tional Park. They are: Sgt. Embrldge J. Bembry, Sgt. Michael Bowen Long, Sgt. Johnnie Nichols, Sgt. WHIian Roy, Sgt. Robert Starling, SP4 Staike 964-7484
bridge J. Bembry, Sgt. Michael SP4 Michael DiPierro, SP4 Thomas_A.__Dixon"'_ ,_SP4_ _David Harris SP1 Harry Tyson and SP4 Cedric Warren. Fri. Sat. & Sun
Bowen,Pfc.Earl Clem,SP4 Michael .
DiPierro,SP4 Thomas A.Dixon,SP4 sand "
dunes and build up new ones. .
David Harris, SP4 Robert Hen-
The local volunteers have
guard HIGH
drickson, SP4 Gerald Hendrieth, been participating with the boy OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor
Eddie
Lacainear Hill,
Sgt. Sgt.
five
scouts for the past years, says
Jackson, SP4 Charles Lambert,SP4 Hammond, providing trucks and SPIRITS IEOH
Kenneth Leneave, SP4 Terry Long, carrying trees to the beaches. This
Sgt. Johnnie Nichols, Sgt. William ,it was two days of cold,windy,
year Less Than You Would Rent!
Roy, Sgt. Robert Starling, SP4 winter weather, during which more Pay Admission:

Harry Tison and SP4 Cedric Warren. than 250 volunteers-Boy Scouts,Na- Adults...................... 990

The awards of the were volunteer presented work in tional Guyardsmen, and conserva- Children .................... 50$
recognition tion club members-all combined efforts No '
Low
done in transporting and placing used in placing the trees in position t ? RADIO SOUND *
Christmas trees along the to trap sand and stabilize the dunes. I I' DownPayment M 1 r q- Closing --
beaches of St. John's county in the About 300 trees were collected ;r Cost
Matanzas National Park, just northof here,he says,by about 8 scouts. It is WinningJennis
Marineland. gratifying that so many people will \
Known as the Matanzas Project, take their trees to collection points After 5 pm
5,000 to 6,000 Christmas trees have '
instead of just throwing them at
been placed in the sand dune systemto curbside. OFFICE: 473-3028 I
stop erosion of the beaches and to The Matanzas project draws from 964-6033 or InstructionPrivate
foster the development of additional Starke, Clay County: Orange Park 473-1039
or Lessons
sand dunes to the seaward side of existing and Middleburg. Hammond has
( dunes. received inquiries from New Jersey, 984.7282'.r' +ur $10 per Hour OR
This project has been in existencefor Virginia and Tennessee, about the w i Learn with a Friend i
seven years, and has had ex project and its results, and says Interest For$5 each.
cellent results in stabalizing the is growing nationwide in this 3BR.il/2BtOh
Call Mark at
dune areas along beaches. method of and
preserving stabilizingour
"The project is working," says coastlines. GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO. 473-4380 or 964-6305
Hammond. "The results are fan "If don't them Students Include
,
we save now wewon't
tastic. The trees prevent erosion, Highway 301 South Starke
have them for long, he says.Jnion Members of KHHS
shore up the beaches, stabilize old OPEN: Mon.-RI. 8 a.m.til 5 p.m.Saturday a.m. tI Noon
___nnn High School Teams

Bradford Swinee



Show & SalThe SetRoberts Teal Tile & Carpet's


Bradford-Union Swine Show Kevin Sapp, Shannon
and Sale is scheduled in mid-April!, Spradley, Troy Starling, Julie 6
with the show set for Tuesday,April Tallman, Chris Thornton, Jeffery '
14, followed by the sale on Friday, Whitehead Tyrone Davis, Mitch Spring
April 14.Both Richards, Ricky Wheeler and Beth i1fjjOO .
the show and sale will beginat parrish. -- -
7:30 p.m. in the Bradford County
Fairgrounds. Bradford County 4-H exhibitors: "
;,The young participants in the Ricky Beck, Benji Bennett, Jana ., 1
show and sale are working hard with Bennett, Robert Broome, Kelly D
their pigs, and are looking forward Brown, Brie Dampier! Kim "\ [g1f .' I IJ ., t II I
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to a great event. Ninety eight exhibitors Douglas, Ryan Faulkner, Patrick
plan to take part in the show Godwin, Danielle Hersey, Heather I
and sale,with 44 coming from Union Hersey, Holly Hersey, Jason
County and 54 from Bradford. Hersey, Tori Hersey, Jeremy
Shirley Kirby, chairperson of the Hildebrand, Michael King, Amanda
Finance Committee says, "Please Loper, Julie Loper, Amanda Mann- Sculptured
come to the fair,and once again sup- ing, Lori Mosley, Shanda Murrow, 899
prt our FFA and 4-H students by Chris Newsome, Dana Newsome,
either adding on or buying a pig." Dale Pendarvis, David Prevatt, No Wax >100% Nylon Yd.
- j available call- Justin ,Stacie
Add-on slips are by Redding Sharpe,Amy e\
ing Ms. Kirby at ph. 496-2045 or Triest, Drew Wainwright, John 699 _
496-2324 after working hours. Arrangements Weber Rebekah Welch, Bobbie VinylInstalled
I may be made with Ms. Wescott, Carrie Wescott, Clay .. -
Kirby to bid on specific pigs in Whitaker,Emily Sellers and Denise I
absentia,if desired. Weber. ,

Union County 4-H exibitors: Bradford County FFA exhibitors:
Jonathan Bishop, Denny Bishop, Chris Barfield, Thomas Cooper, '
Robbie Cason, Carrie Croft, Cbet Darly Gnann,Kevin Jordan,John C. I II
Croft, Justin Croft, Maria Croft, King, Travis Looney Wes Moody, i I
Mindy Croft, Blake Dicks, Ivan Sam Norris, Marley Sellers, Marty TEAL TILE & CARPET II I
Green, Kathie Harris, Jennifer Sellers,Jason Smith,Jane Stanwix-
Joyner, Keith Kirby, Dale Mosley, Hay, Sally Thomas, Charmin Wig- 1)1 N.Cherry Street Starke,Florida I
Rachael Reed, Lisa Register, John gins, Kevin Wise, Shandah Lyons ((904)) 964-7423 II I
Roberts, Mary Tarleton and Terra and Linda Barnes.
Redding. Open: 9 am til 5pm Ii I


Union County FFA exhibitors:
Jerry Bennefield, Sean Crawford, E-Z Q 90 Days I
Terry Elixson, Tina Fletcher, Jeff 1' Same as Cash t
Gainey,Donnie Griffis Pam Griffis, % rj With Approved '
David Harris,Lori Hedrick,Rhonda WHEELS Finance With t Credit I I I I ))11
Joyner, Kevin Kirby, Woody Kitler, 1320 N.Temple Ave. ILEX I
I Robert Mann, John Mlnshew.Kim Starke

Digging for Hoots 964-7783
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.Buy Here Pay Here .
special workshop on Irish We Finance .
Research is sponsored by the
I Jacksonville Genealcgical Society,
\ Inc. JUST ARRIVED!
Mrs. Marilyn Miller Morton will 1977 Buick Park Ave.
be directing an allay workshop on 4 Door One Owner 1&1
\ Saturday, March 11 at the Holiday
Inn in Orange Park. Registrationtakes
place 9-9:30: a.m. A charge of
$25 per person will include buffet 1980 Toyota Cellca
lunch. For reservations Informationcall Like Newl!
Grace B. Moran, (904) 384-3847.
Mrs. Morton specializes in resear-
I ching Irish and Scots-Irish ancestry. 1981 Mercury Cougar Septic Tanks I
Her expertise also includes resear- XR7 Real Nice
ching British ancestry which covers
England, Wales, Scotland and Northern -
I Irland. 1981 Chevy 1/2 Ton
I This workshop is an excellent opportunity -
for you to learn how to further Pickup Step Side
research of your Irish Extra Clean
Install
ancestors.-- New Septic Tanks.



. J .ii CECILIA A, BALDRIC, M.D.. Fill Dirt a .,Backhoe Work


] ; ; PEDIATRICIAN FREE Estimates

: i who recently opened her office in ,

i Starke, is forced' to close her office in State Licensed

-- .: Starke because of her major surgery I

and illness:
, '
: Patients are welcome to see her in her
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: I r Lake City office at I .: -:CALL: 'FOR'M'OE.. INFQEMATIONj.94:47'p "

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Head Start Gets Gift From Inmates !I
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A $300 check to youngsters in the (LWCI). The check WM contributed by
county's Head Start Program was The Head Start Program Is "Lawtey Unlimited," an Inmate-
delivered Feb. 22 by Fred Sames, located in the old RJE member organization at LWCI that
classification specialist with the under the supervision of Mrs Jesse raises money through washing can.
Lawtey Correctional Institution Jenkins. _
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Inmates Youngsters Get"Head Start"...
Fired Same hwadj a$300 check, s ESTIMlng 964610A
Unlimited" contributed by"Uwte;y Amanda Leo Claw.Chrbtopber Chaitaln and Travli .
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organization to two younpteri from e
Chandler. Aval\ab
each room at the Bradford Union lleaditart Sat.GE.
building h the rear from left to rlp Nakte Bass,CbarmaraPerkln Mon.-
On the front row from left to right Timothy Chutaln, Open
*.Keyonne: Kelly.Tim Jonoi and Eric Lane. 9-6 t




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Starke Office 1 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES LESS"RANGE ROUND-UP- .'
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Next to th*C,amber of Commerce O BUY THAT NEW RANGE WHEN SELECTIONS ARE AT "
44/ THEIR BEST AND PRICES ARE AT THEIR LOWEST.
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RENTLEASESALEOFFICE WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted FOR SALE Cecelia TerwllleflarWe

Please write P. O. Drawer 280 Starke, to the Bradford County
SPACE 500 It for rant on CHANNEL CATFISH 3-5 inches. $150 p.r
tq.
Fla. 32091. 4/7TF office
Telegraph in writing and paid in HaveAll The TimeIn
Hwy 301, Stark.. Apply ot Durrance thousand delivered. Jim' Catfish
SENIOR FEMALE ADULT whit., nonsmoker advance unless credit, is
Pump A Supply. 964.7061. 8/25TF nondrinker to share trailer. ectabllshed with this office already Farm lawtey. 782-3558. 4tchg 3/2-23 The World FOR YOU!
1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301! South TWO HORSES t COLT 301 South at
$150 month 1/3 utilities. Su-EI's, THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD
Office 964-6853
acrou from Wai Mart/KOA. $350 Longchamp Homes or
4733627. 468.2619.32TFLAND RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 3/2-9 .....HOMES....
month. 9648848. eve home 9648202. 2tpd
12/8TF WANTED CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS sellingto BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE 60 on water. 1099'deep, with an elegant 2336 s.f.
FOR SALI 8V OWNERS: small mobile 20.1000 acres approved subdivisions, THE TELEPHONE. animal lovers only. Healthy S happy brick 2 story home built In 1985. 4 BR, 3 Ba fireplace with wood Insert 2
horn pork on Grllfls Loop (Rd. 100-A). waterfront timber farm ranch pro Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON shots, and paper-trained 964-3469. CHSA units, formal dining room dinette area In kitchen with an astonishingview
Four lots with three mobile homes and per/b./ Immediate cash closings possi prior to Thursday publication. Itpd 3/9 laundry room, carpet and tile floors, 2 car garage, dock.with cover.d |
room for more. Rental income $700 bl. Write to Terry Clayton Rt. 10 Box Classified, display deadline is TUESDAY ROTT PUPPIES $200-$275 782.3997 alter entertainment area, 2 electric boathouses, 2 dressing rooms, Ig. workshop
monthly. Call after 6pm 964 8970 or 319 Lok.City Fla. 32055. Brokers pro 5:00: P.M. Special Classified, display 6 p.m. Itpd 39Classifieds water softener concrete polloi Only$220,000 I
964.4430 or 964.8705. 2,16TF tected. 2tpd 3/9-16 placement Is NOT Guaranteed 601 MELTON TERRACE This 1.0 GREAT first home. 3 BR l'/t Ba, CB new
BUILDING FOR LEASE BY OWNER: ideal OLD USED BUT RESTORABLE CARS OR Minimum charge for classified ads isIS carpet, new vinyl Hotpoint ran,.. Magic Chef refrig. ceiling fans, chain link
shop TRUCKS Prefer pre-1970 Chevys orMustangs. words for $350 then 15 cents lor
for offices or re'ail Formerly gift lence, storage shed $49,000
Call 473.7473 and leavemessage each word theieafter SI I billing chargewill Ads
1680 s.f. 504W. Call St. Call 9648738. window
be added to each CHARGED KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd.. CB 3 BR/IBa carpet, cent heat
P.O. Box 332 LakeGeneva
3tpd 39.23COMMERCIAL or write 3/2.23 classified' ad. Get Results! air ,stove refrlg; DW 2 ceiling fans, fenced back yard nice lot, walk to
Fl 32660.
BUILDING FOR RENT: $400 4tchg schools, $ 38000.
Faulkner WANTED USED 2 or 3 TON central air
old. Coll Susan
mo. 2 yri. REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTl 2 BR. 1 Ba frame, fenced yard $ 16.000 I
Broker/owner. 964.5069 or 964.4048. unit for mobile home. Reasonably pric
3/9.16 ed. Call 964-6301 or after 6 p.m. call HWY. 301 SOUTH! Frame. 3 BR, 2 Ba. CH&A. s.f.,1.7 ocr. $49.000
2tchg
964.4430.3/9TF MATHEWS ALTYm1 PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. 1 1'10 ba brick CHSA, 100x109 lot $ 40.000
rri. ; RI N.W. 65th AVENUE 3 BR. 1 ba, 9 acres $ 73,000
PERSONALSA FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 239 15 minutes from Storke, 3 j

MISCELLANEOUSST. hEM6El1 i 964-4469 REAITaRk BR/IBa 10-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 stall barn pole barn tool shed utility
I J building training track! REDUCED! $140,000
WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE LAWRENCE RIVER CRUISING Join us Is'n .I'Ihox, rent nt.il**. v l hs -,.tile I)j rm it-limn, f lit whole town,when you can tell the whale work.: GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500..f. home 4 BR. 3 full baths S two

Australian European ScandinavianHigh this year for a wonderful 3 or 5 night '/ baths. 100' on Lake Geneva 2'/i acres with sprinkler system, sunbathing
school MOBILE HOMES lawtey! IB acres with 600 ft. Hwy.
Students
Exchange arriving cruise aboard Canada's elegant CANADIAN -
decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped
In August Become a host family for EMPRESS. Visit romantic cities, 1987 Concord 3 BR. 2<"> bo has extra 125 frontage.
ASSUMABLE MT::. Let show this 10 todayl
Am.rlcan Intercultural Student Ex the world famous 1000 Islands the lot with wood frame hnu&e. city .City: one acre on Laura St., room for us you
AFFORDABLE AT $53.000: 1023 E. Call St., 3BR 1 / bath. CHSA, cable ready
change. Call 1800SIBLING. lean remarkable International Seaway and utilities. several residential.
198 SPRING SHAPE UPI I Lose 10.30 locks,, Upper Canada Village and more 1973 New Moon 12x60 with opprox. 'City: 1.38 Ac., great office location. stove, refrlg., 1996 s.f., appro /i acre lot.
beautiful
pounds this month. Revoluntionarynatural DIAL-A-BROCHURE. toll free 10 acres. North of Lawtey. 105th Ave. City: SR 100: 3.5 acres potential LUXURY. SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone,
fat reducing food wafer. Nodl.t 1-800267-7868. Icon HOMES commercial development area. Spanish-style home 3450 ..f.. 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR, 2'/i ba, formal

exercise or drugs Call Barbara Two BR, 1 BA nice lot, In.000.Southgatei HOMES ft ACREAGE LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling fans, 2
today. 303.237.4778 9a.m9 p.m. lean car garage n.w roof, zoned Agrl.. 2 assum. mtg. $133,000
: 3 BR. 2 Ba CHSA. 2
THERESSA AREA 1 Acr., 3 BR,
KEYSTONE HTSt Spacious, quiet country living. 3 BR 2 Ba,1g. FR, kit/DR com
Brick Veneer 3 BR 2 Ba, CHSA.
Bath 1564 ..f. home, 55000.
bo 2000 ..f., CHSA city water septic tanks,exc. condition. $ 60,000
Two Story House nice, Union 135 2700 sq.ft.
remodeled very ZonedB Cry: acres BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR 1 ba. CB, wood floors, 1185 s.f.. 9 acre S 60,000
recently painted. brick home.
Owner Anxious! CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water 1 BR/1 Ba. 90,000
LAND'SR. BUILDING LOTS HWY. 225:2/1 frame. 3 stall born newly rewired 2 Ac. $ 32.500
.Little Lake Santa Fe: 100x160 ft. lot. I KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Bo 1500 s.f.. wood from. $ 50.000
100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels.
'Off 301 N. wooded 8.50 acres with new septic tank approved for well BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D extra 'lot 44.000

well S septic. tank power source to lot. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.23 acres,3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40,000
FmHAIsAn HAMPTON 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.Also 3 BR MH 1'/'

Equal Opportunity ba, on 3 ocr...

Lender I Bob Mathews Realtor Andy Jordan, Associate |APARTMENT FOR RENT.

F'mHA L- 441 W. Madison St., Starke ....LOTS S ACREAGE.....

.-..-.....-....-.. I CROSBY LAKE CANAL 3 Lots, concrete boat ramp 22.900
I CROSBY LAKE LOT Clear.d 100 It. on water. Reduced to $ 17,000
I GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY, LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extending

Farm PropertyTHESE 7 I to Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
I $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000.

I LOT 9, COIFAIR RDi Country Club Estates, 1.11 ocr... Make an Offer I $ 8.700
PARCELS CAN ONLY BE SOLD TO FAMILY I
43 Acres with 3 BR, 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 CONERLY ESTATES Lot 12 10.000
SIZED FARMERS. APPLICANTS MAY BE ELIGIBLEFOR RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
e Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in ,
FmHA FINANCING.
LAWTEYtS acres, 105th Ave.. good investment $ 15.000
Hawthorne ......".. ..... ......................................$25.000 & Up RD. 100 Et 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces .'*.*$ 26,000

PARCEL '3 : Sea. 8. Twp 10 S, Rge 17 E. e Lakefront A< i c.ijje for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn PRIMITIVE BAPTIST.CHURCH RD.i 20.16 acres 3 well, 2 pole. $ 50.000

Alachua County Florida. Newberry area. Alachua County WINDING TREI LAKE!,Lot 246 Fla. Frontier '. 15,000

67.5 acres +/- Price: 94500. e Lake al1F\ Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA iv........rt$185jOQp ,,? \wtu..Js .Lari4i11eti :

I Parcel 11 'Kp 8 Rj'lt"' ,...* E".. .vl, OcalaNalf6nal'orefefJiahTfg':> '!!",'JF
P4: Sec. S 21 on Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25,0b0One Anne T.rwiltagarNelson. . . . . . . 473-7541

Alachua of County Flo lda. on highway 301 S & Two Acre Mobile lome Lots ....................$3500 & Up Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .'6 .3160
Trading Post R.et. Waldo FL 79 acres +/-
Prlcet $189.600 New 2 I3R, 2 UA Home in Graham ............................$40.000 Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4223

200 Acres nearTheressa ...................................$1.000 Acre Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . .'6 .2833

Parcel *5, S.a. 2. Twp 7 S Rg. 19 E, Building Lots in Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000

Bradford County, Florida 55 acres +/-, e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500

Price 60500. For Sale or Rent.... Mobile I Home 2 BR w/Bath on

2 Acres Graham
CONTACT FmHA AT 5709-C N.W. 13TH STREET e Two One Acre Mobile lome Lots on Brooker Road
FL 32606. PHONE 376-58S3 FOR
GAINESVILLE. : ........................................................................... $6.500 Each
MORE INFORMATION. APPLICATIONS MUST 8E
RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 19, 1989. 1 w-o Acres: with Well & Septic Tank Jimmy R. Williams
2.000 Sq. Ft. Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale ...... $400/Mo

PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN APPLICANTS ELIGIBLEFOR 11 lomes 2 MI. North of Starke. 3 BR. 1 BA Completely .11 All Types Roof RepairNo

PROGRAM FINANCING. Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo JOb too big or too small!

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BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY Labor for New Work Guaranteed 10 Years

Ronald E. Newman, Sr. Free Estimates e Call 782-3266,778-7259
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473-2157 Evenings

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HOUSINGSusan M. Faulkner, GAL, CRB President s s Elder MRAlucilU I
REALTOR 1 Patty Kay urn HSIIM Starke, Fl. REALTOR I

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. s : C,Spry J Home J Lots Acreage J Waterfront f

..94.-8420:
\ Located Hwy./ 301 .2 blks. S. of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. 'ShlrUyB.Scclir' r Farms I Commercial i

REALTOR LAWTEY AREA 2BR/1 Ba Doublewld'e Like New wi Pallo.S Carport,CHSA. I '

I CONERLY ESTATES Fireplace, Well S Septic Owner Financing/Good Term.. 6.92 Acres. I
r Over 2.000 sq. ft., solar hot water heater CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA Home,,CHSA, Stove S Refrl, 1536 SF-,.Corner '
Double carport 3/2 Brick on one beautifully Lat. I
Landscaped acre. Priced to selll WANT PRIVACY* 38R/1 BA Rough Pine A-Frame.Home. Porches All '
Around loads of Trees, 6.16 Ac. A

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNeat IN THE CITY 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CHSA, Stove. Refrl S Drapes, Swim
*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FOR LEASE, 1575 l.f. Hwy 301 frontage, across from Clean mlng Pool. Bldg 16x24 w/Patla Storage Bldg 12x12,Nice lot.. ...
high school. Will Consider Lease/Purchase NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA. Large Living Room.. DinIng .
*FIXER-UPPER nice ocr., 3BR/2Bo 35000. $3000 Down S2SO P.r Mo. Family Kltch.n S Laundry Rooms, Floor Furnace,',.C U"lt..I04x210
*GOOD LOCATION FOR KIDS IN SCHOOL 3BR/IBa with den assumable Lot. .

*MOIILI HOME on 3 nice acres,' ossumable. A Few'of Our Many Listings PEACI AND QUIET 3BR/214' BA Two-Story Lag Home. CHSA Stove, Refrl S

*3 M. 2 Bath with carport in town. .ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club, 3/2'/4! over 1800 ..f., flrepla'c, rang.,. Dishwasher. 3000 S>- Large E-closed Garage, WCoptic, large lot.
*GOOD INVESTMENT duplex In town. refrlg., DW on 1 acre, assumable mortgage. IN THI COUNTRY 2BP '?BA CB Home. Large I .ling: Room. Fair ,y
*CRYSTAL LAKE over 4,000 ..f. home, Jacuzzi, satellite dish other extras BRICK IN STARXE 3 BR. !1'Ao Ba. CHSA, S47.000.. Room Kitchen has Formica Cabinets and Breokfi ...'jok, CHSA;Garage,
*U.S. SOLAR PROPERTY: Reduced to $79,900: 6 acres, several buildings, 2 wells, 4 HWY. 16 WESTi Brick 3/24! on 1 acre. Lots of extras. S.. this on. Well a Septic 3 Ac. *. ',
A sheds, I S 1 closed bldg., GOOD BUY 2BR/1BA" Frame Home. AC. Space Heater; Large Kitchen-
office, factory building storage test open storage .
brick ..f.
I .CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE. Nice home, over 2200 Dining Area Lerge Screened Parch 112x310 Lot. 24000. I
very versatile. Call to view CHSA ref., woodburning stove, on 2.78 acres.CLOSE .
I range GET AWAY FROM IT ALL. 2 IR/IIAMobli. Hom.ln Good Condition,Well
1 ACRE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITI with 'lake'prlvileges. TO CECIL MH I 2 BR, IVi ba nelghbhood\ ,
FIELDS on acre quiet I S Septic, 9.5 Ac w/Frontage on New River
*HWY. 225 All 3/4 acre, nice building site or put MH, wooded owner financing. $23,500. r
:, 1 *DEERWOOD nice 2296 ..f. brick veneer 3 BR, 2 ba, $79.900wlthoul any repairs 16. PROPERTIES
BEAUTIFUL BRICK 3/2, family room w/flreploce, 1 acre, West SELECTED
, or $84.900% with repairs. $11.000.. .24 ACRE FARM that has It all-fish pond Improved pasture, beautiful. oaks": | 7 ACRES w.III Septic. 200 Amp Power Pole. Pine Tree', x I
1 ACRI Hwy. 301 N.,
all 2 mobile homes
P old 1574 s.f. brick 2 Ig. BR., 2'4 bath, conJ barns, cross-fenced water in pastures I.S ACRES Power Pol. I Well Owner Financing. Small Down Paymenl.
*GRIIN ACRES only 2 veneer
yr _.
: .HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft A Gift Shop: Crafts, craft supplies, and gifts. 3.7 Acre Two Story Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF, Hwy. 301 N.
easily convert to 3 BR.
J *SEVEN ACRES with !V4 acre lot, 2 new septic with large dug fish po.id. COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 E S Cherry St. 25000. 49 ACRES Will Divide, Owner Financing Good Perms, "Brooker
leffuzor LOT on Santa Fe Canal. .COUNTRY CLUB AREAi Building lots from $6500. Owner financing. 10 ACRES Will Divide Pecan Grove, Well S Septic: Owner Financing. '
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I/ *LAWTEY ARIA nice 8% acre wltr" ) forge 4 BR, 1 bo home Price, reduced for OVER 300 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage, excellent hunting 1 1 ACRES Frontage en Hwy 100W City Water Sewage Available.' '
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fl sale' t mil. to Country Club 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre. I 1 I ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy 16W.
quick. .. 13 ACRES HIGH t DRY pecan trees,'well A septic 29000. (Fr. M.H.) ,I I I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Ham., 3500.
*COUNTRY CLUB Brick over 1900 s.f.. formal living S dining room I ACRES Hwy. 301 South. '_ _
e Call One Our family room fee room or extra bedroom J'/i baths. ,I ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home, 3000. :
of Professionally CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f., 100x300 lot, 56000. ''I LAKE GENEVA Large let 100 ft;on Water. :
Trained lay..964'5069 CROSBY LAKE CANAL 100x192, wooded lot mobile home approved.IN .. II LAKE LOTS Crosby a Sampson Owner Financing. .
Staff STARKEi 3/1 frame, good condition, $22,900. LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast' Section of City.IF .
.37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit tr.... Fleetwood doublewlde. :Ii

After Hours Call These f Realtor Associates:r I WOULD YOU BELIEVE! 63 plus acres for only $1500 p.r acre. Fronts hwy. ( YOUR MIND ON REAL ESTATE O* THINGS RELATEDMAKEYOURNEXTSTOPATACCELERATED I :

lr.n. L. Faulkner.....964-5142 II
Call Us About ,. l,
.Darln Godwin..... ".2503 AFTER HOURSl '
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LOTS HOMES ACREAGE

I ., 'F' . -. ,I .LAKE BUILDING LOTS 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES I Woyne Douglas.9i4St3: Bill Onann tMiU4Nowli
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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED SALES TRUCKS-BOATS PERSONAL SERVICES CARS/TRUCKS -

HIID EXTRA -- --- GARAGE All Fri. Sat.. March 10 S ll T-BIRD 6 cylinder 74,000 original

JOB Sell Avon CASH For" A 'UU-TIME PAYROLL GENERAL OFFICE WORK opprox. 11. 9-,. Geneva Lake Estates off Hwy miles. A-1 excellent condition. Sell for HOUSE PAINTING INSIDE ft OUT. 1984 Mercury Cougar, 2 door, auto
Ra.-.o.782.3068.12/29TF Information call four hour Thursday evening. 21. Follow signs. Itpd 3/2 $1600 or trade for PU truck. 4732390. Reasonable winter prices. Quality transmission ell power equipped. Call

ATTENTION 964-4946. Itchg 3/9 SATURDAY. MARCH 11 240 Fairway Itpd 3/9 Work. Call 496-3987. 2/16. 3/9 W.S. Howard at 4962101. :3/10 Itcha.
Jobs HIRINGII Government GENERAL OFFICE HELP Bradford Furniture between 9 o.m-3 p.m. Itpd 3/9 IM2 BUICK REGAL Extra clean. Diesel. We will do your spring cleaning. Call for 3/10.
your" area. Many Immediate 301 N. of Star..... Experience GARAGE SALE Frl. 9:30-2:30: : and Sat. Needs head gasket.. Ret value free estimate Carla or lisa 496-3298.
$17,840.569,485.openlnew"hout waiting list or I.... helpful but not necessary. No phone. 8-12. Big Tree lakes 2V4 miles from $3000/11700 cash. Call Parham. 3/2 2tchg. 3/9. HOMES FOR SALE
Coli
..,. IU 1006. fcan 1.602.838.8888. call please. Itchg 3/9 SIMM oH CR2U on il Dorado Ave 413.0208.Itpd 3/9 Babysitting. her school until BtOO p.m.
FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPERS part-time,
DIETARY ASSISTANTS 1tchg 3/9 Winnie Snyder 4963402. 3/10 Itchg.
time, NEEDEDi Full- working experience required. Coll LOST AND FOUNDA 3/10. TWO BEDROOM. 2 BATH house with
part-time. Bradford Hospital 964-8820 Mon-Frl' 8:30-4: Itchg 3/9
needs p.m. LAND FOR SALE fireplace. Vaulted llvingroom ceiling,
experienced persons CHRISTIAN lADY non-smoker, to live
willing to walk-In linen room laundry room car
work MUCH LOVED BIO orange colored cat
morning shifts *.11possible' with elderly lady 'In Keystone Height
Brand above swimming
.Ji ground
spilt shifts In the CHOICI ACREAGE FOR SALE Forest with white paws She belongs at 315 port. new
school diploma required7 d.pi. High Light housekeeping. Mu.t have own Hills Sub. (Parham Pleasure Acres). Garden St. (near schools). 473-4165. REAL; ESTATE pool with huge wooden d.ck.Also
EOE. 21chg car. Room board .mall salary. Reply with kitchen
screened-ln cookout
2lchg 3/2.9 area
32.9WILL High dry with large oaks. electric S
P.O. Box 6006. Starke, 32091. 2/26TF 2 blocks
and bathroom. On 3 ,
BE TAKING APPLICATIONS dally ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for telephone available on site. 4 acres, J TO 30 ACRES with large concrete acres
from 2-5 p.m. for various positions In Bradford Telegraph. Apply 135 W. CallSt. 700 X 290 $14.790. $7500 coin down FOR SALE barn Also new doublewlrie on 1 acre from 496-3939 school. $71,900.and Weekdays weekends
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food service and housekeeping. Must .. Starke, 32091. 2/26TF balance$7250. 5 y.are. Excellent home or larger In country. Call 496-3939. evenings
be 18 yrs. of age experience helpful SALES ASSOCIATION Health Agent .It. (clearing Included). Call Mr. PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to days. 494-1999, evenings tfn/chg. 4963607. tfn/chg. 1/26 ACRE
BRICK HOME ON ONE Four
but not necessary Apply In person on- 90k-100k potential for agent Parham for appointment, 473 0208.I take over payments on spinetconsolepiano. 1/19
ly. No phon. call. Trail Motel ft Manager 100k plus potential. tad 3/9 Can be seen locally. Call Credit 4 Acre partly cleared with tr_..Mobile. bedroom.pool 3 and bath satellite In the country. Swimming oaks.

Restaurant In lawtey. Itchg 3/9 18008882588. fcan SERVICES Dept. 9042548232. 3tpd 3/2.16 home approved B"well In Union County Large
119500. Two additional
HElD EXTRA CASH or a '""-time |lob? -- -_u NEW 400 lB. MANATOWIC Ice maker term to suit buyer.1-462-263.. available. Call 496-3939 days acres and
Sell AVON. For Information call with 450 lb. storage bin, water cooled, 3/10 Itpd. 3/10.
Ramona 782.3068. BOATS SEWING MACHINES CLEANED- oiled and .159S. evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
4tchg used
3/2-23
$1850 Sears side
refrigerator by
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adjust tension In home. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U
Special
PtOOF TRUCK your
LINES INC. ho. Immediate side, Ice maker,
new
$12.95. Repair all brand Work compressor FOR SALEResponsible repair). Delinquent tax property.
openings for short-haul used Sears side
S road EVINRUDS OUTBOARDSi New Evlnrude $295; refrigerator by
Call 100-617-4000
guaranteed. 473-7862. 3/2 tfnchg Repossessions. ((1))
drivers..Must have 1 yr. verifiable..xperi.nc. outboard and trolling motor, In box, TURKEY SEASON IS COMINGI) B S J's side, compressor 2 years old $150: used Ext. GH-II36: for current repo list. :3/10
good driving 'record good 1988 > 1989 models. Dealer Invoice. carries turkey' calls, camollauge 4 bow Scottsman 200 lb. ice maker water party to take aver paymentsan Btpd. 4/27.
post.work history. Our drivers average 100% financing available. G B M Sales cooled $350. 475.1820.tpd 3/9 spinet-console plane. Can be seen
hunting equipment. Including custom
'.25 $.27 per mile and home COMMERCIAL GAS HW HEATER List Call Credit 904.254.8232.
are on 800-944-2890 day 8 am.5 p.m.CST. mad. locally. Dept.
orrowel! B J Outfitters In
FOR RENTMINI
weekends. PLOOF TRUCK LINES, fcan $9001 sell $450, 5 compartment steam 2/23 31chg. 3/9.
18002327233. Stpd 3/2.30 Gainesville for all your camping hiking table (gas) with 12 S/S Insert cost 17
STUMPKNOCKER BASS BOAT 14Vi ft., and needs. 3762721. pans Rolls of hey. Call 4962729. 3/10
SALES POSITION Hughes Mobile Horn. leering wheel live well storage, 3/9 archery tpd $17007tell $595.: 1000 pound Cuber Ic. Itchg. 3/10. STORAGE SxS $19; ,..10. $20.:

has one opening for man or woman, trolling motor 40 hp Mercury electric BULLDOZER WORK Lots cleared and- machine, $775. Free delivery. Call 10x10 $30 per month plus $20

earn $25K plus. Experience not a must. tart engine, drive-on galvanized graded. Call Chuck, 4730208. Itpd 3/9 Parham 4730208.. Itpd 3/9 HELP WANTEDNeed deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
9646407. Itchg 3/9 trailer. $2690 PADDED BAR 2 stools, like new condition
or best offer. 9647138.) LOADING (Front End Loader)) Hauling tfnchg. 12/22
CASHIER/CLERK WANTED apply In per Itchg 3/9 dumping gard.n tilling landscaping $200. ..73.I 028 or 4732133. Itpd MOBILE HOME LOT 1 acre shaded lot,
son. Pep-O Gas < Food Store, 620 S. service available. 473-3649 leave 3/9 driller end helper. Experience water furnished near Washington.
Walnut St., SIar..... Itchg 3/9 PERSONAL SERVICESWANT message. 2tpd 3/9.16 SELF-PROPELLED HI-WHEELED mower 5 preferred but will train. Must' have $79.00 month. Call 496-2189 after 6:00:

VOCATIONAL CARPENTER ASSISTANT WILL COMPANION SIT In your home HP. new belts. Excellent condition. Florida Drivers License. Call Allterraln p.m. tfnchg.
To provide supervision and training to TO DRINK anytime. 699-2099 4tchg 3/9-30 $225, OBO. 16592779. Itpd 3/9 Drilling Inc.. Ralford, Florida 431-1192. OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street,
handicapped adult. in the manufacturing THAT YOUR BUSINESS I SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines APPALOOSA MARC 6 years old. Needs 2/234tchg3/16. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
of wood products (wood pallets, WANT TO STOP relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford experienced rider. Make offer. Call GROUNDS KEEPER. Must be versatile Two mobile. homes In residential area.

survey stakes, etc), with the use of THAT'S OURS Septic Tank Service, SIar..... 9648121.4tchg Wendy at 4732042. Itpd 3/9 and knowledgeable of horticulture. Two .bedroom Central heat B air. $190
saws and other power equipment. Alcoholic.Anonymous 3/9.30 General outdoor work part-time 20 per month with $100 security deposit.Call .
$4.25 to $4.50 hourly. High School and .964-4150 or 964-8614 Oil MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine HELP WANTED hours per week. Apply to Ramadan 496-3452. 3/10 Itpd. :3/10.

1 yr. experience In woodworking or pd thru 3/30 and Rhonda. .73.QC.C2 rr 4733289. Hand Institute lake Butler Hospital THREE BEDROOM HOUSE ,
Vo-Tech training. 850 East Main Street lake Butler, FL fully ca'p..d.In
Requires CHAIN LINK
ability to
FENCE Installed Free 4tchg 39.30DRIVEWAYS
work MAKE MONEY WORKING AT HOMI town, near lake.. $260 month. Call
well with handicapped adults. estimates. HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., Asphalt or concrete. Fr. selling Information by mail. Free 496-2323 EOE. 3/2 tfnchg. 964-8602 after 6
Send resume or application to Bob Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8999 TF ..tlma.... Call Steve, 4730042. 4tchg details. Rush self-addressed stamped Easy Work I Excellent Pay Assemble. p.m. TFjmmNOTICE
Larimer Director, Sunshine Industries BULLDOZER WORK] $40 hour. 3/9-30 products at home.Call for information
per envelope to E.W.S., Dept. A, P.O. Box
P.O. Box 509 Starke' Fl. 32091. 7823306. If no answer, 782-3994, leave SPRING TIME IS NEAR Will do your 545, Lake Geneva, Fl 32660. 4tpd 604-641-B003 Ext. B401. :3/10 Itpd.
9647699. Itchg 3/9 name and number 8/29TF house cleaning. Have references. Call 2/23.3/16 3/10.

HOMEWORK SPARE TIMEi, Paint lovely WELL DRILLING, PUMPS B SERVICE Durrance Granny, 9046592150. 4lpd 3/9-30 PART-TIME NURSES AIDE experiencedor CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted

miniature toys, earn $20 set. No experience Pump B. Supply Co., Water EXPERT HOUSECLEANING personalcare will train. Call 473-2881 for appoint MOBILE HOMES to the Union County Times office
necessary. Amazing recorded Systems Specialists, 864 N. TempleAve. for elderly. Good reference. ment. McRae Retirement. 2tchg 3/2-9 In writing and paid In advance
message reveals details. Call anytime ., US 301 Stark., Fl 32091. 9/8TF _.473-3723. 2tpd 3/9.16 LADIES CHOICE FIGURE SALON Position FOR SALE unless credit I. already establishedwith
((212) .415-6027 ext. 5338. SU-El RETIREMENT HOME week,
2tpd 3/9-23 Day DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING available for full tlm.exercise Instructor this office.
FEMALE TO STAY NIGHTS with elderly long tern stay. 4682619. 11/I7TF HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call > floorwalker./ 180 S. Lawrence 2 Bedroom,heat/air unfurnished$2500. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
couple. 9647260. Itpd 39ADMINISTRATIVE WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES964.5606.1STF LaRue leveling Service for all your Blvd. Keystone Heights, 473-0764. Itpd furnished $2750. Call Frank .".UU. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

ASSISTANTi send foundation repairs, Keystone, 3/9 3/10 Itpd:3/10. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
resume to: Chamber of Commerce TUTORING SERVICES Is child
your struggling THE TELEPHONE.
4737721. 7/9TF AVON REPRESENTATIVE Keystone 12x50 MOBILE HOME:2 IR.'I250,
P.O. Box 576 Stark., Fl. 32091, before with D's, making C* when they WILL DO owner Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5
::: HOUSECLEANING $4 per hour.Honest. ar.a. Contact Shlrlle Davis, 4734836. will finance half. 9642551. Itpd 3/9
March 15. Itchg 3/9 are capable of making A's? Call
:: References. 9647874. 3/9 Itpd 3/9 HUGHES MOBILE HOMES large selections P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
WEEKEND OFFICE HELP needed taking 964-8994 after 12:30 p.m. 1/26TF to choose from 18 doublewides, Minimum charge Is IS words for S3.SO,
:
:;. credit applications and light otflceduties. HOUSEPAINTINGi Free estimates. then 15 cents for each word thereafl.r.MISCELLANEOUS .
: MISCELLANEOUSNEED HOMES FOR SALE 12 slngUwldes. low overhead means
Apply In person. Starke office, Quality work. References providedupon
lowest 964-6408 3/9
Olln's Mobile Home Sales. 2/16TF request. Call Tom Lewis,964.7527 prices. Itchg
: HUGHES MOBILE HOMESi large selections 12x64 NEEDS WORK $2999 best offer.
or
IXP. BOOKKEEPER/SECRETARY computer after 6pm. 4tchg 3/9.3/30 CASH FAST -W. pay cash for furniture
: experience necessary construction I WILL WATCH B CARE for your child or 'jewelry glassware, tools, to choose from: 18 doublewldes, 9646407. "Itchg 3/9
Infant household It.m. A about 12 slnglewldes. Low overhead means 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi front and rear deck
experience helpful. Send resume In my Starke home. HRS |lust anything.
to P.O. Drawer A, STar..... Fla. 32091.: Registered. 964-3921.I Itpd 3/9 Give us a call at 473-2183 or come by lowest prices. 9646408. Itchg 3/9 fully skirted' must sell. 9646407. Itchg General _rchondl... appliances, used
: Salary open commensurate with abili DRYWALLINGi free estimates. Quality Tuesday-Saturday, 10-'. Pack Rat. Hwy 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEt front and rear deck 3/9 furniture reasonable.. Sid's Bargains!
: ty. 2tchg 3/2.9 work. References provided upon re 100. Keystone Heights. 3/2 tfnchg fully skirted, must sell. 9646407. Itchg FOUR BEDROOM 2 bOth doublswlde, 40 and 6U E.Main Street Lake Butler.
:: EASY WORK I Excellent pay. Assemble qu..t. Call John Goodman 964.2942 or 3/9 will finance, w/9% down. 9646407.Itchg 3/2. Itpd. 3/2.
: products at home. Call for Information. 9646989. 4tpd 3/2-23 FOUR BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde, 3/9 Shop Jet's for new and used clothing.

:: _.504:I-8003., ext., 9579. 2tpd 3/9.16 SEWING MACHINES CLEANED and oiled. RENTALS will finance, w/5% down. 9..07. 26S N.W. 7th Avenue, lake Butler.
All makes and models $15. James Itchg 3/9 LOST March 1 monthly merchandise winner
Strickland ON LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio 12x64 NEEDS WORKi $2999 or best offer.
964-8733 233 B 16 Norma 3/10
Hwy Flnley.
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1L4 t ...,." .... (Morgan Rd.) 3/2TF < -.* j ., apartment furnished laundry A dock 964 6407. Itchg 3/9 lost 2 year old sort B. pepper miniature

RITEWAY ROOFING COMPANY mobile facilities, utilities furnished. $275 mo. schnauxer. Answer to the namesabastlan.
:': NOW HIRING homes, shingles, reroofs, new roof.. $275 deposit. "73.2919.2 tfnchgON WANTEDRATTLESNAKES He wes not wearing caller PLANTS

g $520 MONTH leaks fixed. Owner W.T. Turner LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR, I or tag. Missing from MIA: of Lake.
:: Storke. 964-3392 or 9647612. Itpd 3/9 BA large living room dinette, kitchen WANTED Dead or Butler. Call 496-325B.: 3/10 Itchg.3/10. Tomato and pepper plents. Call
TO START HOUSEKEEPINGi dependable, honest, equipped overhead fans, air conditioned Alive. Cash! Top Dollarl! We pick up. .asa.35is_ a/in *tn i. a/i7.

;.. Evenings 6-10 p.m. New local reasonable rates. MondaySaturday.Wendy laundry S dock facilities. $390 9044482344. 4tpd 2/23-3/16
: appliance company has several B Nancy 9643316. 2tpd 3/9.16 mo, $390 deposit. 4732919. 3/2 tfnchg LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE to share 2 .
: positions open for full and part-time TRACTOR WORK mowing and tilling. COMMERCIAL SPACE available In bedroom house with female. Rent$150 --- ----

help.I offer excellent starting pay. Call Carlton Craft 964-6697 anytime, Keystone Heights. 2 locations 700 sq. plus 'A electric. Located near elemen C RESIDENT MANAGER NEEDED )
good working conditions and a chance or Jimmy O'Steen 964-7387 after S p.m. ft. S 1000 sq.H. High traffic and visibility tory. Call 473-9130 and leave message.

Tor career opportunities. Must be high 2tpd 39.16HANDYMANI In both locations 473-3193 leave Itpd 3/9 Mature couple wanted for 44-untt
; school have car and neat
graduate: repairs plastering stucco message. 3/2 tfnchg
:: appearance. No experience necessary.Will remodeling trailer skirting, paint TWO 2 BR MOBILE HOMES Convenient PERSONALI. rental property in Starke. Duties
call
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: Train. For Interview and pressure washing. Free estimates, to schools.One available April 10 rent include apartment leasing and
Friday
Wednesday.. ThU1'1ldayand all work" guaranteed. Call Tommy or ..I9043886109.. 2tpd 3/9.16
: between 1 &6pm. RANDALL S. BYRD will not be
responsible Must be bondable.no
Parker or Sergio. 9646714. 2tchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for rent or sale, maintenance. .
984-2979 for debts or checks written by
1-8OO-94O-OOOG or 3/9-16 2V4 old mobile home, 2 bedroom, any
year Gall 1. Byrd both of 7234 Oak Hill pets. Salary plus apartment ;
ROOF REPAIRS AND PRESSURE gas heat fenced, rent $230 mo. CENTURY
Road. Keystone Heights 32656. 2tpd
WASHING Parks 21 Showcase Inc. find utilities.
I Roofing 9646341. Properties .1/7.0- 3 DURRANCE Free Estimates. 4tchg 3/9.30 Broker 4734903. Itpd 39.ENTAlATGENEVAOAKS.
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WILL DO HOUSECLEANING! $4 p.r hour. -CH/A.attic BUSINESS Send resume to

PUMP & SUPPLY Honest. References. 964-7874. 3/9 ceiling fan W/D hook-up, carpeted OPPORTUNITIES HERITAGE VILLAS OF PALM COAST. .
MATURE LADY willing to babysit in my patio quiet area, between Keystoneand
.Well Drilling home Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Melrose, 4752427. 2tchg 3/9-16 SCREEN PRINTING BUSINESS for sale. P.O. Box 10293. Clearwater FL 34617 t..J
Large fenced In yard close to Waldo LAKE VIEW RENTAL bedroom. 1 bath EQUAL HOUfttMOC
All supplies and equipment needed to Equal Opportunity Employer
Elem. School. 468-1974 TFd. .
6" anytime. with 'Ireplac.Iarg. porch,
Rotary 2" to screen print T-shirts, caps, (jackets and
attached apartment 1 bedroom 1 uniforms. 473-2915. Zlchg 3/9-23
Pumps bath utility shed with electricity *

AFFORDABLE! toilet. Discounted rent to handymanfor r MONNA NUGENT
: All Sizes minor repairs. Call 904.449-4941. No Down Payment
APARTMENTS Realtor-Alice.
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922 E.Brownlee St. Hsndl-Houae 1025 N. Main St.
TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1'/ e C&C Mini-Storage S High Spring, FL
i Camp Blanding Rd. baths, attached garage with washer B BOB WHITEREALTY 32643

Starke FL 32091 dryer hookup. Stove, refrlg.. Garages 964-8848
dishwasher furnished from REALTOR
; across Greenhouses 24-Hr. Service
: Elem. School. 4733681. 1/9TF

a.- 964-7133 TWO BEDROOM 1>A bath on Der SprIngs Storage Bldgs. Office (904) 484-SOLD (7683) Bob White

2 &3 BR, family Lake. $250 mo plus deposit. No 301 S.Across Home: (904) 964-4833 454-3675
pets. 473-2966. 2tchg 3/2.9 From
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Sec 8 Housing & Non-Working 2 BR. 1 BA Fenced 4 BR. 2 BA 2-Story 3 BR. 2 1/2 BA

e. fM N.Temr lA Ave StarkflftM7578 Rents for 30% Call 496-2090 Corner Lot In. Horn W/3OOO sf 2-Story on 4+

:; Eve" & Weekends! : 8QLML. of Your Income Country CB Bldg. Inc. Acres$91SOO

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Refrigerators Washers Dryers Ranges t Attractive 1 & 2 BR/1 DA aptB-. range

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E.. Dishwashers Air and laundry. Free water, sewer@gsrbape. Rent a.
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I [ Starke Ads j MOBILE FOR SALE HOMES- FOR RENT News ArrestsIn BriefsRecent



MOBILE HOMI lOTS with city water, Bradford CountyThe
ewer, cable' TV. 9J4.7495.1/lm
YARD SALES FOR SALE '/2 MOBILE HOMI with addition CHA FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city following arrests were made
CARS TRUCKS VANSATTENTIONGOVERNMENT enclosed patio on 1 plus acres, close to water, tewer, cable. TV. 2 BR. I bath. In Bradford County by local

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 3'10.11. Also SEIZED SEVERAL ITEMS: Mopl. bedroom suit, town. 29000. 964.7491. I/IMP authorities.
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 64-8878
Mar. 1718. 9 a.m. III 3 p.m., Inside. VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes. dresser, nit. stand, 2 twin beds, $150. CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile MOBILE HOMI ON CRIFFIS LOOP 2 BR, Ibo
509 Center St 2tpd 3/9.16 Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers Car seat $20: bathtub $5; cloth carrier home? We 19646407. Itchg unfurnished no pet, I child only Joseph Alston, 38, of Starke was
YARD SALE white Magic Chef electric Guide. 602-838-8885 exl. A3493. 4tpd $10, swing $18. 964-2611. Itpd 3/9 3/9 can help $175 month plus (ISO security: deposit. arrested March 3 on a capias charging -

rang, good condition $125' Call 2/9-3/2 WATERBED SETi bed, end table and chest FOUR BEDROOM 2 both doublewide, Call after 6 p.m., 964-4430 964-8970, failure to appear for worthless:
964 6426 alter 12pm Itpd 3 9 1912 PONTIAC J-2000 Call 782.3537 of drawers. Brand new need to sell. will finance, with 5% down or 964-8703. TFo| check (four counts), according to
YARD SALE Saturday 3/11 Sam. to after 4 p.m. 2/16-3/9/ Will negotiate on price. 9646372. Itpd FURNISHED MOBILE HOMI on Grlffls Chief Deputy Pat Henry. lie was
19646407.
noon. SR 325 Hampton second houseon 1987 TOYOTA CAMRYi loaded takeover 3/9 3/2 DOUBLEWIDEi Itchg 3/9 front and rear deck, Loop. 3 BR, 2 ba, air and heat, no pet. released after a $600 surety bond
right electrical tool and supplies payments. 964-8569 or 9647545. SIX "BUD" RIMSi width 2520, $50 $275 month plus $150 security. Coll
fully skirted sell 19646407. was psoted.
must
tithing and household items Itpd 3/9 4tchg 2/23-3/16 each. Phone 9647026. HSVFD. Itpd 3/9 Itchg 3/9 after 6 p.m.. 964.8970, 964-4430
GARAGE SALE Frl & Sat, 3/1011 Two 117 NISSAN STANZA sun roof, auto KING Sill BED AND FRAME good condition 964.8705.2/16TF Starkewas
ONI ACRI WITH MOBILE HOME dbl.car. Ernest J. Dowling, 69, of
TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home
w/overdrlv, 7823281. 2tchg 3/2.9 $150. 964.8970 altar 6 ,
chest of drawers, double Itlo
shotguns p.m.
port. 2 BR, 2 ba, fully furnished, pecan arrested March 4 for worthless
bed dinette table and 4 chairs sofa, 2 1910 FORD F-IOOl Pickup, 302 V8 LWB 3/9 unfurnished. $100 month, $150 security
bicycles, 4 mobile home tires and XLT Lariat loaded with extras 64,000 CHICKEN BARN FOR SALE Call 964-5011 pear trees. Appraised at $27,500. deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Call check according to Deputy Barry
wheels. baby bed play pen, strollers, miles, excellent condition, $3,950. ask for Mrs. Phillips for appt. 4tchg Estate sale 23000. Hwy. 225 (Bayless' after 6 p.m., 964-8970, 964-4430 King. lie was released after a $1,000
Hwy). 4 miles South of SR 100 3 miles
high chair carpets. drapes, lamps Fiberglass toolbox for small pickup, 3/9.30 9648705.216TF surety bond was posted.
North of SR 16. Estate of ES. Oliver.
almost Rear wheel weights for TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 1 ba $200 '
bedspreads sheets. dungarees. pats & new. CANOPY WATERBED with overhead mirrors
Will consider Call Alfred Lee Griffin of Starke was
Farmall cub Call 964-6488 owner financing. month. Call 533.2235 after 5 4tchg
pan. 2 box fans and a 1980 Ford tractor evesand curio cabinets, reading lights, 6 p.m.
9044711245. 4tpd 2/23.3/16 arrested March 4 for retail theft of
weekends 3/2.9 2/16.3/9
Fiesta 7 miles South of Slarke on Rd. 2tchg dower pedestal. Must see to appreciate.
100 on left Itpd 3'9 1972 3/4 TON CHEVROLET TRUCK good 4737215. Itchg 3/9 I2x4 MOBILE HOME Needs work. APARTMENT FOR RENTs BR, 1 Ba heal B. Family Dollar, according to Sgt.
I, YARD SAU: 3'9.10 II.: If rain, condition. 533.2474 after 5 p.m. 2tpd MARY'S VARIETY SHOP sells and $2999 or best offer. 9646407. Itchg 3/9 air, WW carpet, kitchen, water, Gerald Hayes. Griffin was also
new 12x50 MOBILE HOME,2 BR. $1250,owner
garbage furnished. $200 with theft which occurredFeb.
mo. charged
3/16-17 18, 9 to 3p m 317 N. Myrtle 3/2.9 used furniture. sell and trade.Call sewage
Buy will
Jenny Lind crib and mattress, bedding 1975 OLDS OMEGA 2 door, 2nd owner, Mary, 964-3250. 2/I6TF finance half. 964-2551.ltpd 3/9 $100 dep. Available 3/15. Call 9 when Griffin allegedly grabbed -
clothes, $1200 9645044. 3/9 HUGHES MOBILE HOMES large selections 4681857. 3/2TF bill from the clerk at the
Sidewinder high chair baby AC PS PB Itchg SEVERAL ITEMS 9x12 Aztec a $20
new carpet choose doublewldes,
to from
18
lays, double houdboaid, and frame, too 1972 CORVETTE with T-top, $5,000 neg. $70 sectional : NEED RESPONSIBLE ROOMMATE for 2 Econo Lodge, said Hayes. Bond was
pink very plush, ; large 12 slnglewldes. Lowav.rll.ad means
much mist to list 964 4279. Itpd 3/9 468.2965.2tpd 3/9.16 sofa 120x90. beige $300; GEdl.hwa.her lowest prices. 9646408. Itchg 3/9 BR. 2 ba trailer. Convenient location, set at $1,000, he was released on his
GARAGE SALE on 230 near golf course 110 CHEVY WAGON: good condition, fully furnished on 3/4 acre For more
white, built-in, $60 GE 12x60 own recognizance.
: MOBILE HOME 2 tK, all appliances .
Info call 9643469. 3/9
Saturday 9 until Itpd 3/9 runs good. Serious callers only. $1200. Itpd
washer $100. All excellent condition. Including AC and washer. Setup
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TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
"BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 9642286. Itpd 3/9 Norge large LP gar dryer, $30, works on 1 acres 4 miles on 16 W. $3,000.Lot children, $200 apartment lease. Also, Donald Banks was arrested for
no pets. mo.
1987 JEEP CHEROKEE auto, loaded nopower
964-6488 and weekends. violation of He
good. eves for sale or rent. Owner financing. house probation. was
3 BR frame needs $175mo.lease
windows or seats, blue, 4 door, repair.
2tchg 3/2-9 964-9119. Itpd 39FOR released March 1 on his own
3/9-30
----- --- 10000. Very good shape, clean, WE TEACH SKIN CARE 964.8404.tchg recognizance.
under warranty. 964.4759 after 6 p.m Results-oriented products. Domatologlst RENTONE MOBILI HOMI LOT Bayless Hwy.
TONING TABLES. 964-8877, 964-6517. 2tchg 3/9-16
1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS 3/9.23
3tchg tested. Mary Kay has a skin care Bradford County
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for
TANNING BEDS rent.
HOME
COMMERCIAL 17 PLYMOUTH HORIZON TC3)
excellent system for Call today Sandra Reddish BEDROOM APARTMENT children
Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body car, needs differential, $250. Director you., Mary Kay Consultant. and elderly welcome. One pet allowed Close to prison. Call 468.1323.3/9TF Feb. Jail ReportSheriff
Call FREE NEAR MELROSE 14 wide MH, 2 BR, I'b
lotions
lamps, today Ford 460 motor and transmission .
wraps complete
475.3214.3/9 will consider HUD Section 8 Kenneth
((904)964.5051) or : applicants. Etheridge announced
color catalog 1 800 835.31126. lean 3/9 bath, 2 yr*.old, central heat B air, utility
$150.964.9119. Itpd
car Best to call 964-8601 before 10 121 arrests were processedby
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe 186 OLDSMOBILE CALAISi 2 door, bldg. with washer C dryer hookupson
LAND FOR SALE a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/2TF 1 fenced No Indoor the Bradford County Jail duringthe
tore, choose from: JoonSport.wear.lad.e. 964.8614 or 964.5768. 3tpd 3/9.23 acre yard. pets.
., men, children'maternity, 185 ISUZU l-MARKi loaded, good condi- STATE EMPLOYEES need horn close to $295 mo. 1. 7'4501, Itpd 3/9 month of February.The .
large sizes, petite. tlon. $2200. Coll 782.3033. Itchg 3/9 100 ACRES six room house and barn. your work? We have clean mobile total number includes 75
dancewear/aerobic. bridal, lingerie or Owner will finance. $2000/Acre. homes available. 468-1323.10/BTF HOMES misdemeanor arrests (non-traftic,
accessories. store Add color analysis. FOR SALE Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. IO/20TF FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities FOR SALE 36 felony arrests and ten arrests for
Brand names Liz Claiborne. SHORT ON CASH" No Down Payment paid. From $37.50 weekly MAGNOLIA driving under the influence.Ten .
HealrhTex Chaus LeaS' Michele Land 11 I 1 Acre and up. Some with large HOTEL Walnut St. by Post Office. TF arrests were made by Flni iila
Forenia, Bugle Boy Levi! Cornmp MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSi As Iowa. oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC, FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN--With 3 Highway Patrol troopers in Brad-
Beverly Hills Organically Grown. $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF Mound) Septic Tanks! I extras, reasonable rent' PINES, Bedroom, 2 Both frame only $35.000.
Lucia over 2000 others Or $13.99 one NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum, RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878Classifieds 496.2366 SR 121, Lake Butler. 7/14TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878 ford.Fortynine arrests were made by
price designer multi tier pricing discount measures 24x36" $50 each. Great for LAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking applications PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon Starke Police Department officers.Ninetythree .
or family shoe store Retail patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 for 1 & 2 bedroom apartments 2 acres. Remodeled, new carpet arrests were made
prices unbelievable lor top quality W. Call St. 964.6305. TF CH&A fully equipped kitchen fireplace, screened porch, deck, Bradford .
by County deputies.In
shoes normally priced from $19 to $60. DINING ROOM SUITE table, 4 chairs, Ads drapes. 7823531. New management. $39,500. 428 calls received
china cabinet. $300. 9644526. 2/23TF Equal Housing Opportunity 915TFSTARKE RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 February were -
Over 250 brands. 2600 styles $18,900to Get Results! and from the
S29.900': Inventory training, fixtures USED OFFICE FURNITUREi desk, file LARGE THREE BEDROOM. I V. baths, cement dispatched county
airfare grand opening etc Can cabinets, chairs, etc. 964.8569 or block house In Starke, AC, CH, Jail. That number does not include
IS days Mr. Morphii 9647545. 4tchg 2/23.3/16 fireplace. 10% down. 33600. fire, 46, or rescue calls, 119.
open
((404)859) .02 J9. Itpd 3 9 FORD TRUCK PARTS full tiz*. 964.8569or X11 11 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 1222TFBY County deputies served 780 civil
EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY lor 964.7543.4tchg 2/23.3/16 OWNER 3 BR. 1 both house on Rd. papers,wrote 47 traffic citations and
couple 01 family" Vory small invust- 1977 WESTCHESTER MH, 12x60, $3800. 100-A, (Grlffls loop). On t acre, front provided escorts for 17 funerals during -
ment. Good lutuin Cull C.W. Cunningham 1973 Comoro, $1300. 9644140. 2tpd and bock porch, carpet throughout, the months said Etheridge.
964 444. Itpd 3,9MOTORCYCLES 3/2.9" RADIATOR & stove, refrlg., dishwasher. Window air
__.__ FRENCH PAVILION canopy bed with matching 1 units. Utility with washer/dryer hook
dresser. Excellent cond. $150, !! TRANSMISSION. INC. up. 27950. Call after 6 p.m., Divorces GrantedIn

964.5479. 2tpd 3/2-9 964.4430 964-8970, 9648705. TFo| Bradford
-- -- - CountyTwelve
NEW PINE COLONIAL SET 3 seat couch, I BRICK THREE BEDROOMi 2 both 2 car
1982 KAWASAKI LTD SSO only 5335 rocking chair reg. chair 2 end tables, Heater &Radiator Repair Specialists e garage, 1 acre on small lake. $82,000. marriages were dissolved
miles 1 helmuti, run. good. SbOO. Call coffee table. 2 months old. $200. Heater Cores Water Pumps e Parts Call collect, 8135315584. 4tchg during February in Bradford Coun
964 2242, lea,,c 9ssaga & lumber,, or 964.3677. 2tpd 3/2.9 I 2/26.3/16 ty. Two requested their names not
call 964.2728 or 964 8020 jtpd 3.2 9 WE NOW DO BUMPER TO FOR SALE BY OWNER In good location. be published.
You have to see It to believe Itl Brick
I BUMPER AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS! veneer 3 BR, 2V ba LR, OR, kit., Christopher Thomas Minori &Jodi

D/Gorage CH&A, drapes, kit. op Lynn Minori.
M Belt Place in Town To Take A Leak pllances, washer 8 dryer sprinkler Tony Glen McRay & Pamela J.
system Too many extras to list. For I.
sal more Info, call 964-6807 or 964.6853. McRay.Willie
Corner 964-681O 301&SR16 3/2TF Mae Simmons &?.-Hubert
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Owen Simmons.
N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-613 THREE assumable BEDROOM mortgage, 2 bath and with owner fireplace will; Gregory Alan Coleman & Rebecca

Ann Coleman.
take second mortgage. 964.5980.2tchg
3/9-16 Hershell Blaine Dyal &Tames D.Jantes .
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$45,300--NEW 2 BR 1'Ia both, furnished, Dya! I>.
ATHLETIC ALLEYSCREENPRINTS garage, great kitchen, top H 8 A, ..Mtralot. M. Johnson & Susan Gayle
o. .0 : Has It all. 4/10 mi. to WD. 831 Johnson.
ca'9. .oll'o Cypress St. Itpd 39REAL Hilbron Waldron & Hazel Thomas

e Bad Credit? Weak Credit? Waldron.
al e 496-3011 or4e1sp9 ESTATE Rex Lee Bailes & Sharon Joy
p\t1e Slow Credit? e No Credit? Bailes.

259-6779 shirt- OUT OF AREA Tina Lorene Smith & Thomas
Small Orders for Small Businesses e e / : Milton Smith.

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Family Room all with 140' of lake frontage on one of the largest lake. in Clay range$7.75O$14.5OO. Professional
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I r our Bradford Area Men Sentenced in North Carolina I


our men from the
County area were sentenced oraoiora March charged transporting with and one count each of ing. Carter was facing federa I Last April a North Carolina grande Andrews and Noegel's sentencesare
iwmsession. South Carolina state line. Interstate
charges in Jacksonville at the tim Indicted
1 to serve time In North Carolina jury 48 people, six from
prison for drug trafficking. Freddie Gerald Carroll, 32, of of hiS North Carolina indictment:. Bradford County area,on 270 counts pending in Brunswick according to the district 95 time through the about
Robert DarreU Carter, 24, of Keystone Heights was sentenced to March 25,1988.Carter pled guilty ti 0 of drug trafficking in BrunswickI attorney The 48 defendants did County. 1 ing from Starke Is ten
not hours.
serve three He charged distribute repre-
years. was
Kingsley Lake was conspiracy to cocaine ant: County,N. C.
sentenced to with one count each of possession, was sentenced to serve eight sent a tightly knit ring or a con- The Indictments involved marijuana -
three !1
serve with years.Carter was charged transporting and conspiracy to traf- in federal prison.According year Also indicted from North Florida spiracy, although many of the in and cocaine worth about$2.5
one count each of delivery, to North Carolim were Larry David Andrews 31 of dictees may have known each other million.
transporting and possession. fic.Irvin Lane Carter, 37, of Lawteywas authorities the "stiff" sentence foi ar Starke and Stanley Schafer Noegcl, said the district attorney. Most of Three of the men, Andrews,
Larry Charles Green,33,of Starke sentenced to serve four years to first time offenders is a ti 66, of Starke. Andrews was charged the drugs chiefly cocaine, came Robert Carter and Green, were ar-
was sentenced to five years.He was run concurrent with time now servo drug traffickers.3LlJir,1r message with delivering and transportingmore from Florida. Several of those arrested rested In North Carolina in
..:. than 400 grams of cocaine,two were charged with importing December, 1987 for allegedly trying
-s ---- counts of possession and two countsof drugs from other countries. Most of to sell a kilogram of cocaine to
conspiracy. Noeeel was charged the drugs arrived by car in undercover agents. They were
wtih one count each of conspiracy, Brunswick County. charged at that time with conspiracy -
delivery, possession and transpor- That county sits on the eastern to traffic in cocaine,posses-
ting. :oast of North Carolina just over the cocaine and delivery of cocaine. -
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\\\ "The American Dame Famous Play Premiers Here March 10A I



tribute to American women is as an Englishman so knighted is matinee performance March 11 are
V/ i the theme of "The American called "Sir," a woman who is Ruth Johns, Margaret Ritchey, and
+ Dame," a 90-minute dramatization knighted is designated as "Dame." Lila Rae Yawn and at the Saturday
r, A 90-Minute Dramatization ,,. being put on at the Bradford High The early colonial schools of New evening performance Thelma
the WomanF' School auditorium Friday, March England were called "dame Broughton. Oleeta Hardenbrook
Honoring American np 10,and Saturday, March 11. schools"which. rnonnt thy wore being Cathy Milliard, Mildred Hitchcock
8 p.m. performances are set Fri- taught by gentlewomen of go&f Alice Hudson, Elaine Slocum, andCynthia
% & day and Saturday, March 10-11, anda family and stature. Zurfluh.
Friday Saturday Ladies
2 p.m. matinee Saturday. Ticketsare to be so honored March 10
; free for all students and facultyof are Judy Brown, Virginia Darby, Also being honored are Laurie
March 10, 11 Bradford schools; $2 for general Carolyn Eaves Evelyn Griffin,Min- Mullins, Mary McCloud, and Mrs.
nie Lee Redding, Riherd
admission.Tickets may be purchased Joyce Margaret Howard.Information as to
Della Rosenberg Lillian Stump, when these ladies to be
at Mitchell's Drug Store, Chas- were
t ? Bradford High School Auditorium tain's Jewelry, and SFCC. Free Marjorie Thomson, Elizabeth honored was unavailable at press
Walker. To be honored
tickets are available for the Saturday "t the time.
Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday 2 p.m.
matinee performance ONLY at
presented jointly ;-+ SFCC or at the door. Traffic Report I
"The American
Dame" is
(We. t I 2'7 Santa Fe Community presented jointly by Santa Fe being Com-

College-Andrews Center& munity College-Andrews Center, Laura Ann Smith, 25, of Lawteywas for DWLS,violation of driver license
and the Bradford Community arrested March 3 for failure to restrictions, according to Sgt.
The Bradford Community Players Players in conjunction with the na- appear for no valid driver's license Goodner. He was released after a
tionally designated March Focus on (NVDL) and driving while license $465.25 surety bond was posted.
Women Month. It is being producedby suspended (DWLS), according to
25 Bradford County women will be honored Dr. April O'Connell. Laura Contiis Deputy King.She was released aftera Harley Waldron of Hampton was
1 t during the two-day performances.Each assistant director.Chris Davidsonis $240.50 cash bond was posted. A arrested March 6 for failure to ap-
the stage manager. $250 surety bond was posted on a pear for NVDL, DUI. Bond was set
honoree will receive a Certificate and a The author,Phillip C.Lewis calls Union County charge of DWLS. at $1,120.25, he was released on his
y T Medallion honoring her for general his production "a play-out" because own recognizance.
the final scenes are yet to be writtenas Joseph Galusha Owens, 23, of
service to her community, education etc. women continue to discover and Starke was arrested for failure to
a express their hidden talents and appear for DWLS, according to Sgt.
Nominees are Judy Brown Virginia Darby, creative potentialities. The David Goodner. He was released Stephen L. Perrin of Starke was
t v ;- Carolyn Eaves Evelyn Griffin,Minnie Lee dramatization chronicles 3,000 yearsof after a $215.25 surety bond was arrested March 5 on a capias chargIng -
problems of, opinions about, and posted. failure to appear for DUI,
Redding,Joyce Riherd Della Rosenberg Lillian
perspectives on women down DWLS,improper tag and leaving the
Stump,Marjorie Thomson, Elizabeth Walker,Ruth through time and across cultures. Arron J. Willingham, 25, of Lake scene of accident with property
Johns,Margaret Ritchey Lila Rae Yawn Thelma The cast of 27 members consists of Butler was arrested March 3 for damage, according to Deputy
Broughton,Oleeta Hardenbrook,Cathy Hilliard, persons from Bradford and Clay DWLS, expired tag, according to Rhoden. Perrin pled no contest to
1 DWLS,leaving the scene,was found
Counties, as well as students from Deputy King. He was released aftera
Mildred Hitchcock,Alice Hudson,Elaine Slocum, SFCC, Bradford High and Keystone $465.25 surety bond was posted. guilty, fined $120.25, placed on 60
; Cynthia Zurfluh,Laurie Mullins,Mary McCloud Heights' days court probation. Improper tag
S and Mrs.Margaret Howard. ---AT the end of each performanceand Timothy Wayne Harper, 21, of charge was dismissed by the court,
in keeping with the play's Starke was arrested March 4 for DUI charge will be dismissed by the
theme, several women will be driving under Influence, open con- state.
tainer alcohol beverage,
receiving an "American Dame"Award according
-- consisting of a certificateand to Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Harper
medallion commemorating the refused the breathalyzer. Bond was Johnnie Stubble Martin, 35, of
occasion. In all, 25 Bradford County set at $500, he was released on his Starke was arrested March 4 for
own recognizance. failure to appear DWLS, according
women will be so honored,
to At the time of
Deputy King. his ar
nominated by friends, family, col-
rest Martin had in his
leagues, and community for their Charles Little John 31, of possession a
arrested metal crack and rock of
achievements in education, Jacksonville was March 4 pipe one
homemaking, the arts, politics, for DWLS, according to PatrolmanJeff crack cocaine. He was additionally
charged with of
business, the professions, and their Johnson. He was released aftera possession drug
general service to others in the com- $215.25 surety bond was posted. paraphernalia, possession of con-
trolled substance, said Bond
King.
,
., I ll 'uf ti' ,. ..." .'. .munity.':The Dame Award" is the, Michael Ray ODonoghe was ar- was set at$1,101.25,he was releasedon

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1 Strawberry Queen Pageant Deadline Set r '

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By Mark Friedlln Is set for April 8. and this year contestants from recent evening's entertainment last
BCT Staff Writer the contestants will be In for a pageants to try again. Many of year "Front Row" was so well received -
Wanted: beautiful local ladles special treat. the recent events have been so that they have been In-
to become the new Bradford "In keeping with this year's close In the Judging we know vited back again for another
Strawberry Queen, take a luxury theme "The S.S. Strawberry there are many former contestants year, according to Reddish.
cruise enter the world of mod- Cruise Lines", contestants this who would have an excel- Local girls who enter the
eling and wear a coveted crown year will be treated to a cruise in lent chance If they: competed pageant will also be treated to a
for a year's reign. late March" said Pageant Coor- again." modeling session at the 1!M 4
The deadline Is set for applica- dinator Lorna Reddish. "We Top prizes In the pageant Include "Modeling Connection" In
tions In the 27th Annual Strawberry hope to make It one of the best a $1,200 scholarship to Gainesville Including hair and (
Queen Pageant which pageants ever, but we need to the winner with $GOO scholar- makeup seminars, Reddish said.
should be an entertaining night hear from everyone who is Inter- ships to 1st and 2nd runner- The Strawberry Pageant Is
of festivities. ested In entering by this Friday.We ups. The winner also receives an sponsored by the JuniorWomen's
Club of Starke. The
Reigning 1988 Strawberry want to see girls from all additional: $200 modeling
Is set for 8 In the
pageant April
Queen Miss Lilly Burgess will over the area enter and we are .c'.Iiola--shlp this year.
preside over the pageant which especially Irving lo encourage The band invited for the Bradford High School Auditorium


Contestants ages 16-21 may
1 News BriefsStarke pick up their applications at
either Mitchell's Drug Store or at
Man Tries and jacket were recovered, the March 3 charges were filed by the the BHS. Who Will Inherit the Crown...?
money apparently had been spent, state attorney and a capias was The deadline for entries Is Reigning Strawberry Queen Lilly Burgeu will be placing her crown on a new
To Get Into JailA said Short. issued for Andrews' arrest He was March 10. Queen'head April 8 In the BIIS auditorium.
Man released after a $1,000 surety bond
31-year-old Starke man apparently Lawtey Buys was posted. '
wanting the protection of Stolen Camera,
the county tried to drive-in,
through the fence early Friday more Gets ArrestedA Two Men ArrestedFor

ning. 32-year-old Lawtey man who ad- Stealing Tin IFA
Jimmy Tyson was charged with mitted buying a cam corder in Q
criminal mischief March 3 after he January has been arrested. Two men were arrested March 3
crashed the fence in the Jail yard at Milton Eugene Andrews, who said for stealing tin from chicken houses .
6:45: a.m.,waking jail personnel and he paid $90 for the cam corder, was west of Brooker.A Iwo great pajoraisl One low price: :
inmates, according to Lt. David charged March 5 with dealing in neighbor who witnessed the two
Aderholt. stolen property, according to Lt. men stripping the houses, called
Tyson and James Lewis Jamison, David Aderholt. Andrews said he authorities with a description of ooooaoeooeoeooooooooo
18, picked up an 17-year-old female knew he got a good deal but did not their vehicle and the men. Bradford
from THE Apts. in Starke Thursday know the camera was stolen. County Issued an alert and the men Get this mug FREE with the purchase of
evening. After riding around and Two juveniles allegedly stole two were found by Alachua deputies at a
buying drinks, the men allegedly guns and the cam corder from Union junk dealer in Alachua trying to sell any size Pizza! Pizza! or Pan! Pan! and a 32 oz. soft drink
took the girl to the Odd Fellows County. The juveniles, one from their newly acquired tin, according
Cemetery where they both had sex Bradford and one from Union, said to Deputy Charles Carter.
(against her will) with her, said they sold the guns in Duval County Alachua deputies escorted the And There's Even More ....
Aderholt. After taking the girl home and the cam corder to a man in men back to Bradford where they
she reported the incident to the Lawtey, according to Aderholt. were identified by the witness. %
police who contacted the county due When Aderholt and Union Deputy Ernest Fredrick Hill of Brookerand FREE REFILLS !
to the location of the offense accor- Larry Cochran drove up to Andrews' Craig Alexander Brazil of
ding to Lt. John Hodges. house Jan. 5,Andrews was up on the Gainesville were arrested and '
Apparently Tyson was afraid of roof filming with his new cam cor- charged with burglary, said! Carter i Get It filled I'UICE till ougll Apnl! i\1)< ).
the girl's father and wanted the pro- der, said Aderholt. The VCR Bond was set at$1,000 at their first I 1989! ) with any Pl//a! PI/AI'\' 01 P.M.I .!' |I'"m'':
tection of the county jail so he triedto camera, valued at $1,999 and an appearance. They were released on piuehase! !
drive in. aluminum case, valued at $50, were their own recognizance by Judge
Tyson and Jamison were charged recovered but no arrest was made. George Pierce.
March 3 with sexual battery, said $2.99 Value Valid only with coupon One mug per person.
Aderholt. Bond was set at $2,000,
both men were released on their own

recognizance.Starke Man Charged HOME FINANCING 207 South Orange StreetAcross

With Assault on ChildA Purchase Refinance or Construction ( from Winn Dixie)
Conventional F.H.A. and V.A.
63-year-old Starke man has been
charged with lewd assault upon a Fixed Rate or Adjustable
child, according to Lt. David 9643300ID1
Aderholt Gainesville Mortgage Co., Inc.
Truby C. Slade was arrested

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six-year-old boy, according to Licensed Mortgage @ Located Longchamp Homes
Aderholt.
Bond for the charge was set at Broker r lH..t..t. Bldg.. US 301 S. Starke (SPECIALPURCHASE !.!
$2,000,Slade was released on his own :


recognizance.Man ApprehendedAfter mfff 4 -III' I

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Starke man scheduled to start :::: r EiiIiI- ::::
serving his prison sentence attempted ,," oood -,oar .I fb "'"
to elude authorities March 1 but .
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I was later apprehended. ; -
Edward Cummings, 22, failed to ,
report for his prison time after being I I'
found in violation of his probation.
Cummings, who has a history of arrests s te.

test to and violation prison of time probation, pled no Feb.con 6 ::::::: a\ FVH 6300 DA 4 Head :::1:1::

and was sentenced to three years in 1 ;1 C.. On-Screen Programming 1;
of Corrections. He S'f'e
the was Department ordered to report the following :::::::: s e.HQ CCD High Fidelity ':::::::

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Cummings was seen by Sgt. Yoii P B ::: U't ::::
Gerald Hayes on Thomas St. near
his house at March 1 at 10:30: a.m. M mj
but Cummings fled from the officer. Su-El's Retirement Community P- h
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Officers
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ty Police surrounded Cummings'house ml Su-Ef.w. f also l hav.Su-Er ftotlrament VCR
and area. After two hours hlV'rvntalt. or roomscar lor 1.5 Horn.A Ifc.nwd group
Cummings admitted to being in the *Ind.p.nd.nt.nlo.*.It ti horn' ,,ftx Mflloit thai tieediasilttanca Mt Cash --- i
house and started talking to the of- I II a quW lOlling with a with iup.rvlslon.
ficers. He was taken Into custody at hom -IIW"_h.,..AtSu W.glv.pe.onoU.od car. j 299 a Hi-Fidelity Video .
1 p.m. and transported to the Recep- .Eft.wars housinguiilklae. 24 hr supervision hot meat, ::;:: 7 Special Modes: Slow. Quick ;ijigi:::::1::
tion Medical Center in Lake Butler. maid and'laundry -!laundry ssnlc*-dqw.NMoe.
Cummings was on probation for .- .with a 24 hr. long arm slay" Cenllled 1:;:::1 Carry Still Frame Advance Repeat :il:

which burglary occurred of Orian July Wells 281987.Chevrolet Meal emergency optional.call lyttem. [ 468-26191 tralrwd outlining Mart awl... ,n.IId,CPR 1m1;; 122 Channel Cable Capability .' ;1;

Juvenile ChargedIn 1 mile South on S.K. 325. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker ::::::: 28 Function Remote 1m:::::::;

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charged 13-year-old in the burglary, theft of WHY WAITapp :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. Reg. $499 :.:.;:.j:.
Strickland Wash. :::::::: Cash & Carry :::::::

taken Money from, keys the laundry and a jacket Feb. 19 were, according FOR YOUR :jI 1 : j i
to Patrolman Mack Short. \1\t
The juvenile was arrested March 6 ::.:::::: I t $2 366 :.:::::
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and charged with the theft.The keys 18 8 8t

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on
pictures refund.Available whether H&R Block *
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