Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01541
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01541
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Chamber Mixer... t::..
Accord Set
Chamber "After Hours" are
slated for Thursdays March 16 and
23, in the Florida National Bank

The Bradford County Library She Sends

Bookmobile will not be In Lawtey, StudentsSoaring. For 5 Dists.

Friday Librarian March Sue Crum.17, according to ...

T.ach.r-of-th.-Y.ar Cynthia
Show and Sale... Ron d.monitrat.t how
the rocket "Dllcov.ry" go. by Buster Rahn Lipman first offered to settle for
The seventh annual Antique and straight up Into pac.. BCT Staff WriterA $225,000. Brown offered to settle for
Collectible Show and Sale sponsored settlement calling for five single $170,000, then the amount was
by the Starke Woman Club Mn. Ran, t.rm.d an member voting districts and$195,000 negotiated down to $195,000 in
will be held at Bradford outstanding t.ach.r by h.r in fees and costs to plaintiffs attorneys Wednesday afternoon phone conver-
Sunday Friday Saturday and principal and up.rlnt.nd.nl. was announced late Wednes- sations.
March 17-19 weekdays 10 t.llt about how the day afternoon March 15, by City At- U.S. District Judge Terrell Hodges
a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday, noon to 5 "Dllcov.ry" rock.t was flr.d torney Terence Brown in Starke's found in a bench trial, that the city's

p.m.All this w..k, using a r.pllca of 3-year old voting rights suit. policy of electing five council
exhibits will be for sale. Ad-
The settlement members
th. spac. capiul. impended was contingentupon at-large denies black
vance tickets, $1, at door, $2.
A from the coiling In h.r approval by Starke city com- voters equal access to the city'spolitical
preview sale will be held
classroom at lawt.y Com missioners, who were scheduled to process, and directed both
Thursday, March 16, 5-8 p.m. munity School. meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday to con- parties to file submissions to remedy

Awareness sider the proposed settlement. The the situation. Judge Hodges signed
Day... ,._
--- agreement provides for one the order Feb. 27.
A hazardous waste awareness predominately black voting district
day will be held at Lawtey Com- ... in the Reno area of NE Starke.It Since the suit was filed Jan. 3,
munity School, Saturday, March 18, ; ( will cost Starke $345,000 for its 1986, the city has spent a total of
from 4 to 7 p.m. The event will .j battle over voting rights with the $148,431 distributed as follows, At-
feature country music, smoked Bradford County Chapter of the torney Brown, fees, $70,002; expert
pork and chicken dinners, and an NAACP. witnesses, fees and expense, $54,744;
auction of items donated by local The agreement was made by At- fees court stenographer, $5,183; filing
merchants. torney Brown and plaintiff's at- and miscellaneous expenses,
Proceeds are earmarked for t w torney David Lipman of Miami. $7,936; Florida State University,
legal expenses incurred in fightingthe 1 The city has already paid almost survey $2,500 and hotel expenses
Union County hazardous waste $150,000 over the past three years. during the trial, $8,066.
site. Clerk Neil Tucker says the remaining Attorney Brown expects it to cost
$195,000 will be paid from the city approximately $1,500 more to complete
Softball Practice... s self-insurance fund. the case, including negotiations -

Starke Junior Stars (Ages 13-16)) Monday March 13, Attorney Lip- with Lipman, the drawing and
man told Attorney Brown his ac- submission of proposed district lines
will hold Softball
practise Sunday cumulated fees are $204,494 plus and the wrap-up of loose ends, bring-
March 19 at Edwards Road Field
2-4 $61,998 in expenses, for a total of ing total expenses for the city to approximately
p.m.Anyone CA" 4Q9Judge $150,000.
wishing to play with the
group should attend the practice.

Democrats Meet...
The Democrat Executive Com-
mittee will meet Monday, March
20, at 7 p.m., in the Andrews Centerof
the Santa Fe Community College
This is a mandatory meeting for
those members who have missed

two prior meetings.Call Against City
Darla Christopher, Chairperson -
DEC, ph. 9648232.Republicans .

Meet.. Black citizens are unfairly Of Starke's 5,306 residents, according
The represented in Starke elections and to the 1980 U.S. Census, 3,625
Executive Com-
mittee Republican will meet the black population is sufficiently .) are white and 1,629 (31?) are
Tuesday, March concentrated in one section (the black. Blacks comprise 26? of the
21 at 6:30 in the Bradford
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p.m. Reno area) so that a single member total voting age residents of Starke
Family Restaurant. .. .
voting district could be established.So and as of April 1988, 24.11 ((524 out of
Election of officers will be on the Judge William Terrell Hodgesof 2,170) of the city; registered voters.
Call Ben
agenda. Holtzendorf at Tampa ruled in a 42-page findingof The NE section of Starke, called
964-7961 for further information.
Ross. fact and conclusion of law he sign- the Reno area, contains 1,164
Cemetery Trustees... Cynthia ed Feb. 27. Hodges is a judge in the residents,approximately one-fifth of
United States District Court Middle the total population of Starke of
Annual election of trustees for District of Florida, Jacksonville whom 1,090 ((94?) are black.
the Santa Fe Cemetary will be held of the Yearby Division.It .
1989 Teacher
at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 28, in is means the City of Starke has lost City's Expert Discounted...
Hampton City Hall. its case in the voting rights suit Expert witnesses were used by
Buster Rahn tin uisiiict schools, !but noL an ocnuuls pailu.ipalu, brought Jan. 3, 1986 by the Bradford both plaintiffs and the city to prove
Mz. Ugly ContestThe BCT Staff Writer Superintendent Jim Duncan said. Chapter of the NAACP. Principals in their points about racially polarized
5th annual Mz. Ugly pageantwill Bradford Native Cynthia Sherman Ross was selectedto This year there were three finalists other than Mrs. bringing the suit were Carolyn voting. The judge discounted the ex-
be held on April Fool s Day be Bradford County's "Teacher of the Year," by a Ross to be considered by the selection committee. The Brown Spooner, Jimmy Scott Mrs. pert testimony of the city's expert
Saturday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m., in selection committee choosing from four outstanding other three were: Elizabeth Walker, and Mrs. Maurice witnesses, and gave more weight to
the BHS Auditorium.The applicants.Mrs. Mike Sexton BHS coach, physical education White. the expert witnesses of the plaintiffs.Dr. .
pageant is sponsored by the Ross, born in Lawtey, is now teaching in the teacher, and athletic director. Still to be decided in upcoming Allan Lichtman, professor of
All Sport s Club. Admission, $3. county-wide Pre-Kindergarten Exceptional Education Tommy Miller, Vo Tech driving instructor.Dr. arguments is what kind of voting history at the American University
Program, currently located in the Lawtey Community Frank Abdulla, teacher at Bradford Middle system will be set up. The choices in Washington, D.C. examined all 15
Arts & Crafts... School. She is the daughter of John (deceased) and School.A range from five single member elections contested in Starke since
Hermia Sherman.A member of the selection committee, Carolyn districts to a combination of atlargeand 1968 in which a black candidate ran
Area artists, craftsmen and hob- 1967 graduate of BHS, Mrs. Ross received her bac- Eaves, said all four candidates are outstanding single member district voting. for city, county, state, or federal of
byists are invited to participate In culaurate degree in psychology from Bethume- teachers, and the decision was not an easy one to Judge Hodges concluded: fice. Dr. Lichtman concluded that
Lawtey Community School's Arts' Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1970. She make. "...racial bias evidence, drawn from Starke elections are racially polarized -
Festival on Saturday, April 1. Call earned her master's degree in education in 1972 at the The selection committee members were: Carolyn the experience in the City of Starke and that black voters in Starkeare
ph. 782-3639 for further information. University of Florida. Eaves, lay member Jean Clark, prior teacher of the over the period of many years, leads politically cohesive in their sup-
.' Mrs. Ross taught one year, 1972-73 in Bradford year; Dr. Bernard McFadden, coordinator, Santa Fe the Court to the conclusion that port of black candidates.
;i County before moving into the Duval County school Scott, Bradford County Starke's at-large voting system will Lichtman used a statistical
RJE Class of 69... Community College; Jimmy
where she taught for I 5 1973-78.
years continue to blacks equal ecological regression system
school board member, and Nova Bright, BHS teacher, deny accessto an ac-
Planning session for reunion of Now married with three children, Mrs. Ross electedto plus two school administrators from outside Bradford the city's political process." cepted standard or measure for in-
RJE class of 1969 will be held Sun- work with Bradford County Concerned Citizens as a County. Three conditions had to be proven ferring the behavior of populations,

day, March 19 at Kelly's Nile :<* volunteer for a year,returning to the classroom in 1980. The Bradford County teacher of the year, Mrs. Ross, by the plaintiffs represented by and extreme case analysis, In which
Limit, in Lawtey, instead of March Since 1985, she has worked in the exceptional child pro- will now advance to the regional competition. The Miami attorneys David Lipman and voter registration and election data

24, as published. v gram. regional winners will then advance to the state com- Robert Weisberg: for each voting precinct containing
The reunion is set for the Mrs. Ross Is married to David Ross, who Is a con- 1) that the minority group is suffi- Starke registered voters. Such
weekend of June 16-18. Call Billbo, struction worker, currently employed at Captain Dee's petition.The state-wide teacher of the year is usually namedin ciently large and geographically methods are used to estimate the
ph. 782-3130 for further information. Restaurant, and the couple have three children; Bran- late each compact to constitute a majority in a percentage of blacks voting for
14 student at BHS Sherman, 11 and Henry, 10, are April year.
dy, ; Robert (Buddy) Paterson, at Lawtey Com- single-member voting district. blacks and whites voting for whites.
students at Lawtey Community School. munity School, says of Mrs. Ross,' She is truly a great 2) that the minority is politically Since no voting precincts exist in
I teacher and a leader in her profession. Cynthia is very cohesive. Starke, Dr. Lichtman used Voting
Mrs. Ross said, "I, by no means, consider myself to dynamic, a positive thinking who has done an 3)) that the white majority votes Precinct No. 7 of Bradford County,
.r be the best teacher in the county. It is not the intent of excellent job in developing the person pre-K program sufficiently as a bloc to enable it to although admitting the value of his
Upcoming... ..Q the award to single out any individual teacher as being from a grant to a program that is a leader in this usually defeat the minority's prefer extreme case analysis was
Public meetings scheduled In the the best, however, I'm highly honored to represent a area./' red candidate. somewhat dimished after 1978
coming weeks are: group of very skilled and dedicated professionals, who Superintendent of Schools Jim Duncan says, "She Judge Hodges concluded that because Precinct No. 7 was no
Chamber of Commerce Board- of are helping to mold and shape our future." represents the caring attitude that we hope all teachers plantiffs proved that blacks are longer all black.
Governors meeting Is set for 12 exhibit. She has the unique quality of being able to deal under-represented in proportion to Dr. Harold Stanley, professor of
noon, Thursday, March 16, in Con- Chosen by Peers... with exceptional children, but she functions just as well the percentage of the total electorate political science at the University of
ference Room, Andrews Center, Applicants for the award are chosen by their peers in in a classroom of regular students. that a single member voting Rochester,the expert witness for the
defendants (the ) testified
city that
SFCC. district with a black majority can be
Bradford County School Board established, and that the current at- focusing only on races with black
will meet at 7 Monday; large voting system is driven by candidates does not present an ac-
p.m. Sets
March 20, in Brooker Elementary Clay Co-op Annual Meeting racial bias, will continue to deny Dr.Stanley curate picture analyzed of voting 93 elections In Starke.
School. blacks equal access to the city'spolitical includedelections
much larger that
meeting The at-large voting
Starke City Council is By Ann. Sponhollz Wine gate's bid for re-election. Redfearn's ads have system process.violates Section 2 of the in which there was no
set 7:30: p.m. Tuesday.! March 7 21, in Editor of the Lake Region Monitor listed numerous qualifications,and he has even gone so Voting Rights Act, Judge Hodges black candidate. Stanley' testified
City Hall..Bradford It's that time of year again when the big tent far as to say he will donate the$360 compensation, paidto concluded almost eight months after that the overall pattern of voting in
County School Board the chicken starts cooking, the band plays and crow trustees for attending two board meetings a month, the week-long trial concluded June Starke indicates that blacks and
will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, > of people gather at Clay Electric headquarters on between the Keystone Senior Services,. Inc. and the 23, 1988. whites usually) vote for the same
March 21, in Hampton Elementary I SR-100 in Keystone Heights for the co-op's 53rd annual Keystone Recreation Association. Judge Hodges based his finding on candidate and that the candidates
School. will meeting .. Both Wingate and Redfearn reside in the Keystone a 1988 case, Thornburg and Gingles, preferred by black often place first.
Bradford County hold its The day long-event Is set to kick off Thursday;'March Heights area' argued before the Supreme Court of Dr.Stanley agreed with
regular second meeting of the 23, starting at 9 a.m. when the voting polls open and en- In the southern end of the co-ops district. Incumbentfor .the United States. Dr.Llchtman that Starke voting was
month at 7 p.m. Monday, arch 27, ding at 7 p.m. when the polls close. District 8, C.M. Smith, Jr. Is facing challenger B.J. racially polarized in the 15 electionsin
in Lawtey Elementary Sc 001. This year members will be voting for the trustees Carlin. Smith has served as trustee for nine years. which there was a black can-
.Bradford County School Board who will represent them from three Clay Electric Carlin is seeking his first three year term to the seat. No Black Elected... didate. Judge Hodges stated In his
will meet at 7p m. Tuesday, boardof No black has been that Although the court does
districts, including District 1, which covers the Angus Hastings,who serves as president of the person ever ruling
March 28, in Stark Elementary. Keystone Heights lakes region.A trustees; is unoppossed for his seat from District 9.! elected to serve on the Starke city not question the veracity of Dr.
\ Bradford County Zoning Board heated face has developed between District 1 incumbent Trustees are elected for three year terms. There are commission, as police chief or city Stanley's testimony that he did not
will meet 7 p.m.. Tuesday. March Ray Wingate and challenger Mike Redfearn. nine trustees serving on the board and their terms of clerk, the 42-page ruling pointed out. select the elections he analyzed with
28 in Starke City Hall. # 'And until member the intent to bias the results he ob-
Wingate has curved as trustee for 15 years. Three office are staggered. Trustees are responsible for the single voting
Starke Zoning Board meeting Islet 'years: ago Redfearn also challenged Wingate for the overall: policies of Clay Electric Cooperative. districts were Implemented, no tained, the Court must condlude that
for 7p.m., Thursday, March 30, District 1 trustee position. An ad recently appearing In Voting is open to all c-op members (those Individuals black had been elected to office on the sample!_ of elections that
In City Hall. > "*ty/ the Monitor signed from "Citizens for i Honest and Fair who receive electric service. through Clay the Bradford County Commissionnor (
see Judge's
the Bradford School Board. Ruling... .% )
Government" listed numerous attributes support of Electric- ...Co-Op. ..). $ : on

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I Judge Rules Against City's Discriminatory Voting Systeni I

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From page 1ADr.Stanley Rev. Davis received 405 votes,or 31? Judge Hodges gave virtually no chapters In books, and published ar- racial discrimination. Perhaps the voting dilutes the opportunity for

did anlyze were, in fact, of the 1,297 votes cast. weight to a telephone survey con- ticles using survey research and In- clearest evidence of city-sponsored blacks to be elected, the judge
skewed in favor of reaching the con- In 1979, building contractor ducted by Mrs. Katherine Dowd, a volving studies of political behavior. discrimination is found in the 1927 states.
clusions that he drew." George Holiday, became the third Ph.D. candidate at the University of law, still In the city charter today,
black to run for the city commission. Georgia, that said racial polarization which empowers the council to set Examples which hurt the chances
Sticking Together... Holiday got into the second primary does not exist in Starke and that Polarized Voting... aside separate and distinct districts of blacks to win are the majority to
The evidence is undisputed.Judge by placing second In a 3-man field black voters no longer suffer the ef- The Court found a consistent rela- within the city where blacks can win requirement and the run-off
stated, that black voters in with 233 or 36? of the votes. Vernon fecU of historical discrimination, tionship between the race of the reside. election. In other words, there is no
Stare supported the blacks the Silcox, who still serves on the city and perceived the city commissionas voter and candidate in Starke. In chance for the high man to win in a
three times blacks ran for the city commission, led with 648 or 48 per- responsive to their needs. Judge other words, the Court concluded
"Consistent with the of system.
cent of the vote. Silcox won the run- Hodges points out the acknowledged policies one-primary
council, and that the supporters of when blacks run for office in Starke,
black candidates were almost all off 799 to 617, or 56? to Holiday's 44?. Inexperience of Ms. Dowd who was the blacks the black racial segregation embodied in the
support can- city charter, as Starke developed No Blacks at Top...
black.In doing her first work as a private con- didate and whites supports the white
1969 Ms. Maurice White, a black Ross Chandler, the current Dist. 1 sultant. candidate. The percentage of white blacks were concentrated and While the city's responsiveness to
segregated in the northeastern"Reno" the needs of black citizens is accep-
Bradford commissioner
school teacher and life-long residentof County is
cross-over voting insufficient to
Starke ran third in City Commis- qualified to run in a 1986 city race, Instead, Judge Hodges credits the allow a black candidacy to be suc- section of the city. The table with regard to city services,

sioner Group 4 against two white but withdrew. Jimmy Scott and Ms. testimony of Dr. Kenneth Wald, pro- cessful, Judge Hodges concluded. racial lingering discrimination effects of the evident historical by that is not so with opportunities regard to upper-, the
are level
candidates. Ms. white, the first White testified they counseled fessor of political science at the the fact that blacks continue to employment
black candidate in the Chandler to withdraw for fear today judge states.
history, University of Florida, who was be by custom in the
segregated nor
received 455 votes, 27? of the 1,669 whites would vote for Chandler to In- critical of Ms. Dowd's survey The Discrimination... theastern "
of the ,
votes cast. fluence the NAACP law suit. Former methods and questions and recom- Although Starke has never Judge Hodges quadrant states.AtLarge city Blacks employed by the city are
In 1970, Rev. Leroy Davis was the city commisisoner Jimmy Crosby mended that Ms. Dowd's report be discouraged black participation in concentrated in lower paying, more
second black candidate for city com- testified he felt some whites might disregarded by the Court. in additionto city elections, there is clear menial positions. No black has ever
mission in Group 5 against a white vote for the black candidate to teaching graduate level courses, evidence lhn HHrsMorits of Voting Hurts... served as a department head for any
candidate, W,M. (Billy) Noegel.I undermine the law suit. Dr. Wald has authored books Starke have suffered pcrvusivp The city's at-large system of of Starke's numerous departments.

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\ Choral Department Concert TonightThe I

Spring Concert of the Brad- The chorus will close the program rison, John Loper, Blaine Mc-

ford High Choral Department is set with "Sanctut" by Franz Schubert, Chesney, Jeff Moody, Jason Smith,
at 8 p.m. today (Thursday, March and "Every by John Ness Benny Tyson.Basses .
16) in the BHS auditorium. Beck. : Jamie Brown, Tyler
Admission: $2. Members of the BHS chorus are: Elder, Donnie Francis, Andy
The program will feature the BUS Sopranos: Stephanie Alvarez, Goddowns, Shane Greene, Brad
chorus, Opus '88, BHS chamber Missy Bonier, Charlotte Cowart, Hamilton, Joel Jacobson, Mike Rip-
singers, a barbershop quartet and Dyana Crawford, Robin Gish, Kristy plinger. j
selected soloists. The program is Harrison, Lee Ann Odom, Amy Opus 88 members aresopranos:
under direction of Choral Director Packham, Holly Shields, Tikka Missy Bosier, Holly Shields, Denise j
Don Hardy. Steele, Cheryl Thomas, Pam Thorn- Waddell; altos: Kim Bosier, Dyana
The chorus will open the concert ton, Denise Waddell, Mary White. Crawford, Mindy Rother; tenors:
I with "The Water is Wide" arrangedby Altos: Regina Bass, Micki Becker, Billy Harrison, Jeff Moody; basses:
Luigi Zaninclli and "Phanton of Shana Blom, Kim Bosier, Cindy Tyler Elder, Mike Ripplinger.
the Opera" (title song) arranged by Davis Jennifer Dodge, Stephanie Members of the barbershop
I t Ed Lozeski. Gainey, Mindy Gnann, Melissa quartet are: Tyler Elder, Jeff
r r \ The BHS Chamber Singers will Gros, Holly Hersey, Betsy Nail, Min- Moody, Brian Canova, Mike Rippl-

7at sing "Beau Soir" by DeBussy, arranged dy Rather Shawna Schmitt, Nicola inger.
r by Richard Gard. Shemer, Carla Stephens, Tina Will- Accompanist: Kim Bosier; ac- I

Soloists are: baritone Tyler Elder ingham. companist for the soloists: Charlene
who will sing"The Lotus Flower" by Tenors: Brian Canova Josh Francis, Cindy Sexton. Sound: Herb
1J Robert Shumann; tenor Brian Crawford,Vernon Griffin,Billy Har Stucky. Lights: David Dodge.

Canova will sing "Caro Mio Ben" by fz-- .---9'-

Guiseppe Giordani!; soprano Denise
Waddell will "Dedication" (
They Know Their Beef... Robert Franz; soprano Dyana
in regional competition, are lI-rJ): Donnie Ode Hilly Crawford will sing "How Your
I Members of the Bradford High Senior FFA Harrison. Kevin Jordan Andy Smith, and Tommy Trulove to Know" by Martin Diller.

Chapter's livestock jading team, which placed secondFFA'ers Hamilton. The BHS Barbershop Quartet" will\ 1989 Antique & Collectible Show & Sale
-- - -- sing: "Goodnight tradi-
tional; "My Wild Irish Rose" arranged
by Floyd Connett, and "Bill\ Bradford Fairgrounds 301 N., Stark, Fla. ((2 Bldg.)

/ Grogan's Goat," traditional. Pre-view Sale 5 to 8 PM, March 16, 1989
I'f Opus 88 will sing "That's What
Friday March 17, Saturday March 18 10 AM to 8 PM
Friends are For, arranged by John
Place 2ndA j/1'1 I, l Higgins, and "Satin Doll," by Duke f Sunday March -Noon to 5 PM sV

( Ellington,arranged by Teena Chinn. $2.00 AT DOOR J
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Bradford Senior Chapter FKA LJ1 .- J! -
livestock judging team placed second T L&pLL
in Region I, which reaches 6 r srr '
from Bradford County to Pensacola) I !
in a contest in Quincy last Wednesday

March 1. j :j
Team members are Billy Harrison -
son of Mr. and Mrs Charles
McKinney of Starke; Tommy % it
Hamilton, son of Mr and Mrs. Blake PRICES BEGIN THURS. MARCH 16TH. THRU WED. MARCH 22ND

Hamilton of Brooker; Kevin Jordan, 1 HsWELCOMES
son of Diane Godwin, and Andy A R 1 1
Smith, son of FFA Advisor and Mrs. RONRJCO "2a 1"N
David Smith of Starke. The alter

nate is Donnie Oden, son of Barbara U.WI,11/
and Wayne Oden of Brooker. 1 )5 lrrESe ,
cAn. mltutl r--
Pensacola Tate placed first. 0o 1299 I 7Mti LIT

Bill Harrison was second high individual + _
over-all out of some 110 con arq ..,,,q; ?drr THE PLAYERS Dark I lcsodki:; 0,. '

testants. A t 1 1JYt / C H A M P 1 l) N S H I P \ n:OwI I ICA'L
The BUS team will compete for
the state championship March 18 at I /75 IITIrt 'FQgl 1 t
O u I t- ,
R' 7-d or
i S U P E
the of Florida. The win-
University ./ JT PWTBPCH DRY 1. S5 0S51dlM
ner at state qualifies for the national

livestock judging constest in Kansas Fair Winners.
Science .. 1'.1
City, Missouri next November in N.D / '
connection with the National FFA Winners from Bradford County at the regional science fair March I. 2 gAMFTS e".Ii O1F ULDRTZSERALD r'

Convention and American Royal and 3 at Lake City Community College were Jimmy Parado (left), Chris N ,, so ..AU UTIJI.lONtC
699 NN NTtiCKY 5005505 :_,, $00
Livestock Show.Science. Whalen (center) and Jonathan Smith. l I CREAMi _n IONtC 79 C
Chris won the overall award for best Physical and Engineering Science I .1 JAM ESON cA 5 12u99 ....-
project and first place In the physics category. Jimmy was Judged secondIn "'BI INaw wNr7 _- N cy.NlWII ANJ

Fair Chemistry and Jonathan won second place in Environmental Science. C4U LORD CALVERT iii W".DI..e-

J 10" N 1099 I LordoriheCuidlui 1 11_, Ii.I:
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WinnersAnnounced IrishMistt a i) tc cAN? 169
10 per Hour Or Learn with a Friend for $5 ;y+ Irish Cream.M TM uwt05 77 N 12 -. _
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each. Students Include members of KHHS V arn.fw
11" 1499 I .
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teams. Call Mark at 473-4380 or 964-6305 1 I'A'1'llH!' !
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Three students from the Bradford RED AU.!.- smOUT o; 12 YEAH OLD
Middle School won honors at the J_ SXI fU1W/ON0/ 1 HIGHLANDMALT
Regional Science Fair at Lake City, S f 115 299 c.fs7 499 j1 99 [ SCOTCH

and will advance to State competition HARP =" NIli1 W MNY 88
in April at West Palm Beach. LAGER 449'ate. IftN From Th PROOF
r ti7 a GIo.I......_.'
awarded first lDMIIhry
Chris Whalen was 4 t tZT BAUC ANT
place in the physics category for his 750 ....
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for that c" 1.99 1 PICNIC N Quart
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Jonathan Smith won second placein -
the Environmental Science N.1" I house .

category. His project was titled: KOICH 1 #

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College Wednesday, proven weight:: loss program Weekly Meeting fee . $_8
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Developer Siiys...

I New Rules Could Cause Crisis HereIf

rules for subdivisions are builder of homes and some commercial a problem which needs a solution. R
adopted as currently proposed, it jobs.The Realtor Lavern Outlaw said "I
may stop development in Bradford definition of a subdivision is think we all realize we need to l
County, warns Developer Warren "...one of the scariest" things about change from what is now, but this is i
Stevenson." the proposed ordinance, Stevenson too much, too soon." Outlaw was me a
1 don't normally get up in front of said. named chairman of a realtor com- 1
people and speak. I don't enjoy it," mittee to help draft new subdivision I
says Stevenson. But he's spreading Development would prohibited regulations. t J a aI
the wordIf: the county on land in the flood plain ,
commission's proposed subdivision Stevenson said,holing up a govern- dick County,who attended Commissioner the Joe Rid-told -. ." \
regulations are adopted it will meeting, -" w-
causea ment supplied map of the area west AT :
the the ordinanceis
crisis for Bradford County of Starke. proposed ,
developers, realtors, and property Just a draft, that he realizes it Is .h "
owners. going to be changed. "We need your "
Under the proposed ordinance, 4 ,
input to tell us what you want. Then }
So stringent are the proposed subdivisions cannot be developed on we'll come to a happy medium," Nuasi t
roads unless the
rules,calling for existing portion of Riddick lIaid.Zoning .
paved roads 24 feet the road in front of the developmentis L
wide and curb and
gutter In subdivi-
paved to the new proposed
sions, that most people in Bradford Director Darrell O'Neal,
which calls for ,
County can't afford a lot. specifications paving who also attended the meeting, w'' '0
24 feet wide. The
county paves assured the realtors and Stevenson _'
main roads that are 20 feet wide
The small land owner,with 10 or 20 Stevenson out. regulations can be
acres he's been pointed changer rewrItten. O'Neal said
planning to sub- The Lakewood ,
divide, is in danger of not being able west of Starke off development SR-100 at Crosby just he'd reserve most of his remarks for fI1 !
his scheduled I
to subdivision develop his Is defined property as because three or a Lake The has county's roads paved current 20 subdivisionlaw feet. month before the appearance realtor's associa-next I S Ill ,_ ,.. ....... EL.._.._.....",.",.., ..... .- !

more lots in a parcel unless each lot enacted in tion. 4-II I
1980, allows land Demonstrations Set...
is 10 acres or more. To avoid being owners to subdivide property with Jenny Gleason,above,will demonstrate how to
called a subdivision, a lot will haveto private roads. There is no control, Stevenson said a group of County 4-11 club members will perfoi'm diaper a baby. Malt Odom will show how to i'ig a "
be 10 acres, Stevenson told some Stevenson said. With the proposedordinance developers and realtors is meeting demonstrations of their projects Saturday, fishing line Drew Wainwright has a demonstration .'
dozen members. of Bradford-Union the county is trying to go about the proposed ordinance.Those March 18, from 9-11 a.m. in the Fellowship hail tilled l "Propagation of Wood Oinnmrntttls,"
Realtors.As from no control to stringent control. meeting Monday night, March 13,included of the First' United Methodist Church at Jefferson and Betty Gloason will make a paper made
The solution lays somewhere between Tom Smith, Jack and Walnut SticciK In staikr.; Raster basket.
is, the proposed ordinance, Novis Courtnay.i I
no control and some control. Ralph Bryan
Stevenson said, would: Stevenson suggests allowing private Dodd, and o Stevenson. "I'm not J
.Practically stop all new develop subdivisions to be developed and alone," Stevenson assured the |
ment in the county. controlled by a home association realtors. ,
Lower raw land values. agreement or a road maintainence Letters addressing fears about the Gang Beating Nets Victim $45,000 I Iout
Significantly increase the cost of agreement,without having to turn it stringent subdivision regulations
homesites. over to the county. have been written to the county com
.Greatly reduce home sales and B-U Realtor President Bill Dodd mission by Stevension, Jack Court. by Buster Kahn of their wits. Court, against Gentilcore, charging
closings. said he realizes the county has a pro nay, and W.D. Toole, Jr., Rear Ad- BCT Staff Writer Todd, who had worked briefly for him with trespass and battery. A .
Cause a real estate recession in blem with subdivisions being miral (Ret!)). Circuit Judge James Tomhnson Gentilcore, recognized at least two final hearing was held March 6 in :
Bradford County."I created without paved roads. At Stevenson expressed his appreciation awarded Todd of of the men as being Gentilcnre! Lake Butler, with a final judgement
Tony Worthington
don't think people realize the effect some point residents in those sub- that the county officials are willIng employees,although he did not know against Gentilcore entered by Judge
of this new ordinance," said divisions will want their roads paved I to change the proposed or- Springs $45,500 for a beating ad- their. names. Tomlinson in amount of $45,500, including i
Stevenson, a local developer and Stevenson agreed the county hasMusicalDrama dinance. ministered by 10 men in the employ John, The men were sent out by Gen- $35,000 in punitive damages.
of Gainesville
a auto
tilcore to recover a Mercedes Attorney Christopher said collec- I
Gentilcore. engine, regardless of cost. Todd did ting from Gentilcore may be a Problem |
Music By Buryl Red FIIP Troopers Gentilcore operates two used not have the engine. The gang first since he may attempt to hide
under the
name, went to the home of Doug Swanson assets from the court, but she is
Continue License, "Auto-Rama"one on Hawthorne near Worthington Springs and was determined to "stay on his case,"
Vehicle Inspections Road and the other on 13th Street told by Swanson that he didn't ha\e until it Is paid.

CELEO ATE( UFEl 1 Bradford On Saturday night, July 11, 1987, the engine. Then, the gang went to The Todds have suffered too muchat
CountyThe Tony and Cathy Todd had retired for Todd's, and didn't wait to see the hands of Gentilcore for him to
Florida Highway Patrol will the night,when suddenly the door to whether or not he had the engine. circumvent the intent of the court
be conducting driver license and their home was broken in, revealing The day following the altercation, action, Attorney Christopher says.
BOOK AND LVftlCS BV RAOAN COURTNEY vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 10 men, some armed with axe Gentilcore visited the Todds in their Gentilcore never retained an attorney
ing the week of March 10 through handles and sticks, and some in- home, and offered a settlement failed to answer in-
Sunday, March 19 March 16 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, ebriated. The culprits beat Todd although he was later to claim that terogatories, stalled, made excuses
SR-18,SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, with the weapons,chasing him from he had nothing to do with the incident and Tied Attorney Christopher says.
7:30 p.m. CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231, his home, beat on his truck,and fur- In recounting the case, it is evi-
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A ther damaged the house. In early 1988, Starke Attorney( dent Attorney Christopher was
presented by the Choir of in Bradford County.Recognizing Todd's wife and daughter weren't Darla Christopher took the case for angry and frustrated by the actionsof
the danger presentedto hurt physically, but were frightenedby the Todds and filed suit in Circuit Gcntilcnre and his army of ten.
First United the public by defective vehicle
equipment, Troopers will\ concen-

Methodist Church operated trate their with efforts defects on vehicles such as being bad Jim Bryant Seated on Brooker Council I

brakes, worn tires and defective
Sponsored by Gilbert Goldwiro Music Fund lighting equipment. In addition, attention Buster Rahn and George Pierce, were also sworn board."'Stalnaker did not attend the
will be directed to drivers BCT Staff Writer by Clerk Thomas. Davis and Pierce meeting.
who would violate the driver license Jim Bryant took the oath of office were re-elected without opposition in
laws of Florida. and was seated on the Brooker Coun- the January balloting. As a matterof Pay Raise...
cil Tuesday,March 14,for a one year fact, there was no election, since Mrs. Thomas said Doug Reddish,
term. the two incumbents were the only CPA,with Davis, Monk,arnsworth
Bryant arrived on the council by candidates qualifying for the three and Co., has completed the prior
+!erc1rt\ ,. II'M, f r r. .' ... t virture of being recommended by vacant council seats. year's audit, and would present? his
"W" 'A'. ;0'n.; Brooker council member s receive findings at the April council
.4 :l.., .' "W'. .' ,rM' ; Brooker Mayor Blake Hamilton and
... .
,*"f, .....r .1.' Y\\,=IFI MUla ""r"" ,-- __ /' appointed by.tbe council to fill\ the $,;iO per month for serving the town. meeting. "There will be both good
: ,/,,seat. formely"het ">i"C.J. Followingfttf} 'peatirfg of the/new ,and pad. corameptsi,'.' Thomas! .said,,
Stalnaker.t council, th<*, nd&M reorganized,'with
Stalnaker, who had been on the Chairman Gene Melvin succeeding Brooker has now passed the
council for 14-16 years, did not run himself tor the l'JB'J-90! fiscal year, $100,000 revenue threshold, man-
Re-Elect for election, nor did anyone else and George Pierce being elected dating a "full audit," in lieu of par
rendering the seat vacant at the endof vice-chairman. tial audits of former years, Thomas
the term, Feb 28. Melvin extolled Stalnaker's ser told the council. A full audit requirement
Bryant was sworn by Clerk vice to the community, saying adds to the clerk's workload,
Charlene Thomas. "Stalnaker has been a leader in his Ms. Thomas said, and should be
Two council members Sue Davis many years of service on the compensated by a salary increase.

C.M. SMITH . . . . . . . . . .
| JR. ... . . . .".11. . . . . .. Melvin said Ms. Thomas has been

.. taking work home with her already,
Need an Electrician? '.: since it Is difficult to concentrate
while talking with residents. Ms.
FOR DAN WAINWRIGHT : Thomas said she works frequently
TRUSTEE-DISTRICT 8 caii behind closed doors, saying the 9
.: hours per week the office is open
964-2236 964-9139
doesn't provide enough time to do
At Clay Electric I.
the job.
Cooperative'sANNUAL 36 Years Experience All Types I.

f Etectrical Work Single and Three Phase :: Davis moved to raise the clerk's
MEETING salary from $400 per month to $500,
Reasonably Priced Work : effective April 1.
The motion carried 4-0.
Thursday, March 23 r . . . :.

,t I I 1, t



., >< is a rancher and builder who resides in TERUfrLLEGAR'S QUICK LUBE

C.M. SMITH Northwest Marion County and represents

Co-op's most rural district comprised of 150 W. Madison St.

part of Marlon County and all of the Co-op's Starke 964-9000

., service area in Levy & Lake Counties.

has served for the past 9 years on theO 10 MINUTE OIL CHANGE

.TVT S. MITH Cooperative's Board of Trustees. Smith's
family pioneered getting electricity to 1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.)
District 8 residents replacing kerosene HOME OF. E} 2)) We Install A New Oil Filter.

lamps and home generators. t 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis

1 .J .. 19 9 5 o 4) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant jr
C.M. SMITH 5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid
will) continue to be '
dedicated to providing 10 MINUTE aa 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid : a,

dependable and adequate electric service 7)) We Check and Fill Power Steering Fluid ;'
+ to an areas served. OIL
rxr a 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid

o 9)) We Check and Fill Battery _

;b Your vote for C.R. Smith. Jr. for D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid

Trustee. Dlst. 8. will be appreciated. pEl t Z011 o 11)) We Wash Your Windshield

o 12)) We Check Your Wiper Blades

o Ifl) We Inflate Your Tires to the
Polls Open for Voting 9 a.m. 7 Pressure
p.m. Proper
Entertainment 10 a.m. tit 1'pan. 1 WoMClassProtection 0 14)) We Vacuum the Interior

; _: 4Y > n, Free Lunch 12 Noon :. -- 0 15)) We Check Your'Air Filter

A ," .r r Over. 100 Door. Prizes .EI: 16)) We Check Your Breather Element



membersattending .
Ladies Sp'-f-idl W:* ifave a < '..fn/fcrtaWe Waitiny rtbont' "

the, strictly jfor your convenience while yott wait. Jimmy will

Annual Meeting personally, varutunqur .vehicle. cl&q.n' your ifiaatt s and. ) .

check your tires! '
can vote for .hefist ,




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March 18, 1989

etriTcmiALsBradford Relief Workers Paid $1. Per 'Dayon

-4 i WPA Projects

1933 was perhaps the worst year of the BY BOARDAt
Great Depression and the July 13 issue of
Deserves The Telegraph/ carried a headline: -0 \ ES'sl its August meeting the Bradford
County County School Board cut all salaries of .
BONUS MARCHERS Bradford High School exceptthe I
teacher in

Museum for ArtifactsMore The so-called HUNT FOOD Bonus HERE Marchers, ex- ,f(1fO( The principal.commercial teacher was reduced ::

servicemen seeking a bonus for their partIn from$125 to$100 per month,and other high
fighting World War; I, were beseiging school teachers were reduced from $125 to
Washington and out around the
of the coach was cut $130to
$90. Salary
and Capitol until President "t Hoover, "the
more Florida towns and Junior high teachers who were
of the American is $45 $125.
people now only
depression President" had them run out
cities are becoming museum-minded, by the military.The billion annually. This is tragic.Most of this paid$95 last year were reduced to$85, and
taking steps now to preserve remnantsof cost is for county and state government.This grammar school teachers were cut from
their past where they will always be Telegraph/ article said: session we have reduced federal ap- $80 to $75. A further cut, perhaps another

available for the enjoyment, as well as H. Walker of Washington, D.C. and D. propriations by twenty percent, but cost of $5, was being considered.
the enlightenment of present and future Perkinson of New York City, two membersof government must be reduced fifty percent. High school teachers were: Leon A.
the Bonus Army now beseiging the Gray,principal; Mrs.F. Hudson,commer-
generations who know little of the capitol city, were in Starke Wednesday "Bureaus and commissions must be fur- cial; Mrs. H.B. McLendon, Miss Isabel
historic past of the community in which seeking food and recruits.They were mak- ther eliminated," Green continued. "Cen- Fernandez, Mrs. D.P. Carpenter, Mrs.

they live. These young people, in effect, ing a foraging tour in a Ford truck covered tralization must be supplanted by decen- T.T. Long Mrs. T.J. Alderman; and C.W.
with painted slogans such as "SenatorsDon't tralization. I voted to reduce my own coach.
are being cheated of a part of their f Larsen,
salary by 25 percent and will readily vote
Need It, but We Do" and "Bonus or
heritage by lacking knowledge and ap- Bust". to cut it 50 percent. Less taxes and smaller PUBLIC SCHOOLS
preciation of the community in which expenditures are imperative." FACE SERIOUS PLIGHT
The two "marchers" did not meet with
they live. It was announced from Tallahassee that
any success here. When last seen, the STUMP'S STORE would be unable
Florida counties to
One of the latest to move in this direc- truck in which they proposed to carry provisions PRICES THE LOWEST many their public schools next term

tion is Live Oak, where a Suwannee back to Washington was just as open unless the state provides additional

County museum group is seeking a empty as when it entered the city. They Stump's Store, then located on Call financial aid.
said the farther South
matching state for the in- they came Street, reduced its prices in with
$35,000 grant interest they found in the Bonus Army and keeping State and county officials agreed that
terIOr renovation of an old railroad its campaign. Consequently they intendedto the scarcity of money. Nearly every the financial plight of the public school

depot that will be the future home for Richard Bradford turn around here and double, back to less clothing than item$.50. In For the instance store was, selling for system was due to failure of state revenuesto

collection and display of the area's ar- Capt. Jacksonville. Little Boys' Wash Suits, $.13 meet the school appropriation for the

tifacts. City and county agencies are lin- Men's Work Pants $ .49Ladies' past fiscal year and the failure of countiesto
When asked if many of the marchers had Gowns collect more than 57.5 percent of their
ing up to endorse the grant request. taken of the offerto Nainsook $.19 the
thousands who pass here daily on U.S. advantage government's Boys' Overalls, $.39 school taxes for year.
When the Suwannee County project is Highway 301. We are in the enviable pay their fares to get back home, they Men's Summer Union Suits, $.23 "The result has been that several thou-
that few "who can't take it"
finished, the depot and museum will be position of being one of the very few had replied only The a vast Any Ladies' Hat, $1.00 sand teachers in the state have gone
departed. majority are goingto
the Men's Silk Sox, $.10 without some of them since last
centerpiece of a cultural pay
complexthat towns that have a major highway stick it out or bust. One of the marcherssaid said.
Christmas time, the report
will include a park with "We have to kick the out of
an am- routed directly through the center of may MORE FLOUR ARRIVES
phitheater and the red brick passenger town. Business in many Florida towns some of them, but we'll get ill"! FOR THE NEEDY BRADFORD GETS 11.000
station. has been severely disrupted by the pull They"got it" all right, but not what they Distribution of the first of The Oct. 14, 1932 issue of The Telegraph/
Putnam County is also working on ing power of a nearby interstate. expected when President Hoover had flour was carefully handled by the Jones- announced that Bradford County had

such a project, and many others in their tents torn down and chased them out Langford-White American Legion Post, received $1,000 in Federal funds to beginits

North Central Florida already have Starke has too long neglected to of Washington. with L.D. Vining in charge. unemployment from the relief program.allotment The
established museums, including Green capitalize on this traffic bonanza by of- CONGRESSMAN GREEN made money by came the Reconstruction Finance Corporation -

Cove Springs, Madison, Micanopy and fering attractions to tourists and other PLEADS FOR PEOPLEIn Mrs. J.M. Alvarez who assisted in the (RFC) for relief work in Florida.
Cedar visitors that would make them stop and distribution, says there were few dif-
Key. The main undertaken in Brad-
a news release Congressman Lex ficulties, but it was found that some who project
Starke !and Bradford County have a stay awhile instead of racing through, Green described the 1933 session of Con- applied had money stored away or were ford County was the opening of Alligator

proud and dramatic history which is in as at present. With our Historic District gress as "the most eventful and trying of receiving generous pensions from the Creek from Starke to Rowell Lake as
featuring its 1902 courthouse as a land- any I have attended. We have labored in- government.In recommended by state health officials for
danger of being lost unless something is mark, Starke has something different to cessently trying to devise methods of prevention of malaria mosquito breeding.It .
done soon to preserve it. Its very nameis benefits and relief for the American
offer and that is what tourists peo- was estimated by A.J. Thomas,
steeped in history, since the countywas many ple. I hope, however, that at least some many cases the distributors found it secretary of the relief council, that 150
bored with so-called "modern" .
ar- benefits ensue. Economyis hard to say "no" They were forced to
created by Legislative Act in 1861 temporary may men could be given work for three days a
chitecture, are looking for. the crying need of the hour. The cost of refuse many needy persons when the flour the
and given the name of young Captain ran low, and many an old man gave up his week out of $1000 allotment for Oc-
Richard Bradford, the first Confederate government, local, state and national, is place in line to someone more desperatethen tober. Workers were to be paid$1 per day,
officer from Florida to be killed in the From a financial standpoint, it is to $14 billion per year,while the total Income he. and be allowed to work eight hours.
the benefit of the Chamber of Com-
Civil War. He was a direct descendantof
William Bradford second Governorof merce, the Economic Development Cor-
Forestry in Bradford County
the Plymouth colony, and was killedin poration, and City and County govern-
mental agencies to
help maintain pro-
action while his
pany of volunteers in an attempt com-to perty values in the Historic downtown Help Reverse 'Greenhouse Effect' Plant TreesDavid
district for --
recapture Fort Pickens on Santa Rosa taxing purposes, as well as
other amenities.In .
Island from Union forces.It .
W.Norton destroyed each year aimed at converting story that never happens-we'll have done

would be a further tribute to the past, this community has Bradford County Forester land to farm or pasture. The projects are the right thing anyway. We wj l7tave
shown that it can do whatever it wantsto r 1. ii wasteful because most soils beneath created shade canopies over town jtjat
Richard Bradford to have a museum in and drought'of the.. : tropical forests cannot sustain or
do and has In the fierce heat crops our grandchildren will enjoy in tK jtuin-
an obligation to do. We feel
Starke named in his took pastures beyond a few Helping
perhaps fittingly summer 1988, global warming on years. mer of 2020.
honor. Already, a good start has been that a visual display of the town-and- new significance. The 1980s have seen four countries re-establish tropical forests If the skeptics are wrong, then we'll
made in collecting pictures documents county's past would be one of the of the hottest years on record. It appears to could turn these losses into a major gain. enter the 21st century with millions of
old greatest gifts we could leave to those more scientists as not just another Vigorous young forests in the tropics trees that have been growing for a decade,
courthouse records and
relics, as who later will be dependent on us for weather cycle, but an outgrowth of the"greenhouse would be users of atmospheric carbon gaining in size, beauty and value. We'llhave
well as Indian artifacts which abound in effect". dioxide during their fast growth years. millions of people who recognized a
this area. There is also a fabulous col- what they know of the community in Describing global warming as a huge By starting tree-planting and protectionin serious threat and decided to take action.

lection of local photographs from the which they live. hob-goblin needing Herculean Interna- the places where we live and work, people One hundred million new trees in

1870s and 80s when tional efforts, scientists and environmen- can cut energy consumption and in- America's communities would be
photography was talists may miss an opportunity to show In- crease forests simultaneously. If all this something important to grow on. It's time I r,
first perfected, up to the present. Mostof dividuals how they can help In the most talk about global warming is just a scare to get started. ,
these pictures cover a period of 50 The Truth Will Out critical environmental and economic issueof I

years during the first half of this cen- their lifetime. Florida's Crime Rate :
Positive action to offset global climate Highest
when the Hoover Brothers Frank
tury, Some of the truth is gradually change is possible for anyone with hands
and Joe, had a photography studio in a emerging In bits and pieces from strong enough to get a tree seedling in the In Nation, FSU Report Says !
building still standing on East Call ground.Half .
the Oliver ,
North trial in spite of of the effect is caused i
Street. They recorded for history the greenhouse
early buildings and street scenes government attempts to derail by an increase in atmospheric carbon According to a report by a Florida ceeded the national average of 5,555 i j I

tured las3 cap- proceedings by overusing the dioxide. Human activities have raised the State University analyst, Florida's by 53 percent, leading Texas, the se- I
on plates" coated with "classified" stamp to keep amount of carbon dioxide in the at- crime rate is the highest in the cond ranked state, by ten percent.
light-sensitive emulsion which mosphere in recent decades,largely in two nationexceeding the national Florida also ranked first on the list
photographers used in their cameras damaging information concealed. ways: average by more than 50 percent. in violent crime, including murder

before photographic film, as we know it, Former National Security Ad- First, we have burned huge supplies of The report also said that Florida's forcible rape, robbery and aggravated -
invented. visor Robert C. McFarlane fossil fuels accelerating the transfer of rate of violent crime ranked first in assault. It was 68 percent
was the nation and led to
carbon from land forms to atmosphericgas. correspon-
testified Monday that he thoughthe dingly large prison violent crimes, registering 1,024pe r
Second, we liavc deforested the earth population, an 100,000 in 1987
Now that was following then-President and of Associated Press dispatch said compared with the
we are to have a World War significantly. Slashing burning national average of 609.7.
II museum at Camp Blanding, which Reagan's policy when he withheld forests has contributed to a major carbon Tuesday.The According to the AP story,Florida
will be of kind Information from transfer from earth to air. And the loss of FSU study also showed that ranks seventh
one a in the U.S., it is Congress about forests has reduced the amount of plant Florida's 1987 crime rate of 8,503 nationally in spending
more important than ever that Starke Oliver North's activities in behalfof life available to undertake the opposite crimes per 100,000 population ex- for police$123 per person, or $8.69

and Bradford County should have a the Contras. changes taking carbon dioxide out of the higher than the national average in for per protection.$1,000 of personal income in 1987.

museum of their own, to tie in and sup- North's prosecutors also read air and returning it to the land.
plement the one at There Plants, through the process of photosyn- I
are into the court record
a separate thesis take up carbon dioxide use it as a HOW TO RECYCLECARDBOARD
plenty of artifacts from Bradford County's statement by McFarlane In which basic building block and give off oxygen in

historical Fort Harllee which he declared he had acted "underthe the process. Carbon dioxide is then stored

played an important role during the Se- guidance and emphatic policy -as cellulose in a tree, muscle tissue in an

cond Seminole Indian War. Also the Instructions of the President." animal that eats leaves, or in soil bacteria.It GLASS ,.. '
will remain there until released to the
Spanish War in 1898, in which (BOTTLES AND JABS ONLVI
McFarlane also air again through respiration, burning or
the local testified that on
Guard militia the first
was unit two chemical transformation. This is the car- FLATTEN All IOXESALUMINUM
to volunteer for service in Florida; and separate occasions he had bon cycle basic to all life on earth.

finally, World Wars I and II well talked with President Reagan ,r- PLEASE
as effect
Humans accelerate the greenhouse '
the later conflicts in Korea and Viet- about the millions of dollars con- releasing carbon dioxide the air and I aIIDSVE

Nam. tributed to the Contras by the by reducing forest land. -: __ i AND
Shah (or whatever the head We need to reduce those activities that a 1 CAPS r

man's title is In Saudi Arabiaall )- cause carbon gasification; we need to
Aside from the historic significance of In violation of U.S. law. Accor- speed up reforestation.People can do both,
starting right at home.A ..
a museum and the appreciation of their
ding to his testimony, he sent a peaceful place in a hot climate is one '\
heritage it would create in
our young note along with the President's of a tree-shaded oasis. Today's urban
people, there would be a definite commercial daily Intelligence briefing inform- areas have temperatures three to' 10 NEWSPAPERSIIUNOll

value to such a tourist attrac- ing him that the Saudis degrees warmer than the surrounding
tion that could be promoted
as a spin-off
agreed to contribute $1 million a countryside. So-called "heat islands" area r. IN SHOPPING IAGSI
the new museum and Memorial month for the Contras. product of autos, buildings, factories,
Park at Camp Blanding. While we are sun-bathed blacktop streets, parking lots NOMAGAZINES
promoting new industries for our This was one little contributionthat and dark buildings. "

countyand should continue to do so, of Mr. Reagan professed to Changing heat Islands into oases is poss possi- -I' t]
ble. It will in building
coursewe should not neglect other know nothing about. design, colors require and more changes healthy trees. BEER JNURTURING

means of attracting visitors to Starke's As the old saying goessooner Research shows that having three shade

Historic District from among the or later the truth will come out. trees on the south and west sides of a house
can lower air-conditioning bills by up to
j Association now the American Forestry
estimates that there are 100 .

I million spaces where trees could be .... I
planted around American homes
pRlb' .AOFORD and com-
CoOl munities. er 1 'rd fa part of being a parent n

4 Q Tree-planting not the only effort need :'I Alt.....MId to loot..,..........d ;'
ed. Reduction of fossil fuel emissions Is ,
KTM CoQCiligrajt4 But pmttwho Mn ehueod ahrj. chMNn, :
also a step in the right direction. The i tN\O\ nd,k.aw.egh abut.........IOIdd" ''.
ot United States, responsible for almost one- ,. b Er+.ert chI
o fourth of the world's energy consumption, e.. ,."...,. F.........h- Yd.b.Fern. nw..... ",
O.FIRGUSON..JOHN M.MJUI should use conservation techniques that hoIpa-'d+
,.....,...... can reduce the total transfer of carbon '!'he ffartl( ........ki tut-.My ,.

'j I" Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at dioxide from earth to air.Planting trees Is- III IIOIp kr.IIOUI'II.... .....,.....rdar IIct6hn / aoaeN14.
the Post Office at Starke. FlorIda.under Act of March 3. 1879. one of the most cost-effective. '' t c
Stopping the destruction of tropical ,''''wret eMd.&. ...mimwio4 ; i

Mon.9d4470S Subscription Rate In Trade Area: $14 00 per year: $8:00 4x month forests and reforesting the areas that have .- \t. : j s-' .. ;
P.O.Drawer A Starke. Florida) been cleared : .111 Child Abuw Prevention Pro ... +
; Outside Trade Area $15.00 1 per year $8,50 six monthl. are essential. An estimated Ject} errRa el: ytNr+w" ..
27 million acres of tropical forests are

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Wedding. Club News. ..

Starling-Gassett To Marry Saturday I -ft HRS Investigator Speaks at Woman's Club

Mr.&'Mr*.William E.Starling of Graham Janice Joiner, a protective investigator for HRS,spoke to the Woman's
of their daughter Sheila Marie announce upcoming marGage Club at their regular meeting Wednesday,Mar.8,outlining and explaining
of Starke and BiUie Gassett SWalteriiPat Gaaaett.aon. of Davis services offered by HRS. Among the services available are providing
to people unable to help themselves,and services to
The wedding will be held at the U.C.I. Training Complex on Saturday help giving protective
children and foster care when to them from the family.
18 at 7 p.m. No invitations are being sent.All friends and relatives necessary remove
are invited to attend.Announcing.. Volunteers serve helping families by educating them about available
services. Children who commit crimes require lots of work as schools do
not want them in attendance.Adoption and related services are handled by
HRS with home studies to place children. Child support enforcement is ad-
V ministered through the State. Aging and Adult Services to retarded and
f disabled are investigated similar to children services and can be removed
if found
.. only incompetent.
c Aging and Adult Foster Homes Food Stamps, Aid to Families with
...Michael 1 Dependent Children, and medically needy cases are all handled through
Ray TetstoneMr. Y HRS.The Health Department is a branch of HRS. Developmental servicesto
&Mrs. Raiford Tetstone,Jr. of Starke announce the birth of a son handicapped mental, emotional and physical all come under HRS
Michael Ray, born March 10 in Gainesville. He joins one brother Raiford jurisdiction.Club .
Tetstone, III.Maternal e I President, Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr., conducted the business meeting.
grandparents are Billy Joe and Janice Sanford of Starke. Mrs. L.H.Jennings gave the devotional. Mrs. Mona Canova and Mrs. Mar-
Great-grandmother is Polly Sweat of Macclenny. jorie Thomson played piano duets providing music before the meeting and
Paternal grandparents are Raiford Nancy Tetstone of Waldo. Great- also for a sing-along of Irish songs by the members.A .
grandmother is Obelia Tetstone of Brooker. St. Patrick theme was carried out with shamrocks and a lucky pennyat
each place.The head table covered with a white lace cloth had a center-
ta piece of camellias and greenery. The smaller tables had centerpieces of
azaleas while a spring bouquet of flowers was on a side table. The piano
a held a potted azalea and a lacy ceramic basket filled with ceramic Easter
Items of Interest... ;.; ... ',, eggs-
New members welcomed to the club were Lydia Miller, Clarisse
Ricky Carroll Completes BS Kymberlee Stephens and Anita Rink.Guests present were Mrs. Mary Spell of Orlando
RequirementsRicky Ajn Casey and Archie Reddish and Mrs. Carol McLendon of Jacksonville. The hostess committee who
R. Carroll, son of Mr. & Mrs. Roy Carroll of Brooker has com- served the traditional Irish lunch were Ida Shaw, Hazel Hardy, Marjorie
pleted requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Thomson, Saundra Green, Mildred Frick, Aurelia Byrd, and Gladys
Administration from Park College in Parkville, Missouri. Casey-Reddish Engagement ToldMr. Hobbs.
Ricky has been on the Dean's Honor List and will graduate Magna Cum and Mrs. Delbert Casey of Hampton announce the engagement of The next bridge luncheon will be held April 20.
Laude. Congratulations, Ricky 1 their daughter, Kymberlee Ayn to Archie Carmichael Reddish, son of
Keith Reddish of Hellbron Springs.
The bride-elect graduated from Bradford High School and is
B-U Vo-Tech Students Pass Exam by Vantage Mortgage in Gainesville. employed Gettysburg Battlegrounds Topic at UDC MeetingThe

Bradford-Union Vocational-Technical Center word processing students The groom-to-be graduated from Florida Junior College and is employed battlegrounds at Gettysburg was the subject of the historical
recently took the State of Florida typing exam. Instructor, Mrs. Becky by Storter Printing Company of Gainesville. given by Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber at the meeting of the W.T.program
Reddish,was pleased with the results. Starke.The wedding is planned for May 20 at the First Christian Church In Weeks Chapter, UDC on Monday, Mar. 13, held at the Bradford Family
Congratulations to the following students who passed this exam with Restaurant.Mrs. .
scores of 50 correct words per minute or above: Barbara Smith 59 cwpm; .Weisgerber obtained information for this topic as she made a guid-
Renee Hewett,56 wpm<<:: ; Michele Bronson,51 cwpm;and Suzanne Sapp,50cwpm. BH Auxiliary Meeting Set MondayA ed tour of the battlegrounds. The first monuments were erected by the
Union memorializing their dead. Later the Confederates erected
The following word processing students passed the State of Florida typ- speaker from Vista Pavilion of Santa Fe Health Care Systems will be monuments in 1886 and 1888. The South had trouble finding spaces to put
ing exam with a passing score over 35 cwpm: Karen Wimpy, Sarah guest at the Bradford Hospital I Auxiliary regular monthly meeting planned their monuments since the North had erected so many.A familiar name to
Douglas, Melida Powell Christie Rodgers,Jerry Yates,Jr., Kim Lee,and for Monday, March 20. this areaCrews- is one inscribed on a monument there.
Peggy Petteway.Keep The. dutch treat dinner will be held at the Western Steer Steakhouse at ep.m. At the conclusion of her program, Mrs. Weisgerber discussed cemetery
up the good work! work which could be done locally. The luncheon table was set with individual -
red placemats with centerpieces of spring flowers annd flags in
i white vases.A spring flower basket arrangement was on a side table.
Starke Elementary. School. .. Eastern Star Family SupperOrder The Patten Anderson Chapter UDC will hold a tea on Sunday, Apr. 9
of the Eastern Star, Starke Chapter 224 will be having a family from 3-5 p.m. at the Bronson House in Palatka. An invitation has been ex-
Mrs. Randolph's Class... night supper this Saturday, Mar. 18 beginning at 7 p.m. All members and tended to all members and guests.

During this school year, this class has had a field trip to Show-Biz a Masons are invited.
cookout 10 the park and a visit to the theater. Everyone is working hard
and doing a good Job. --
A special welcome to our newest student-Shirley Soto.Shirley is 7 years New Hope Baptist Celebrations... Join the "Yo Yo" Team for Christ
old and
lives in Keystone Heights area.She Is a very good worker and has
already received the following awards: Most Improved,Terrific Kid, and New Hope Baptist Church will be celebrating their annual Choir and f- Sewing Jar Souls
the ABCD Award for the fourth six weeks period. Usher's Anniversary this Sunday,March 19,beginning with Sunday Schoolat fiI::
10 a.m.,Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Choir and Ushers will be on parade
School Advisory Committee... at 3 p.m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend, by Rev. Jake Davis, X. Items created from these
are yoyo'sand
The next meeting of our School Advisory Committee will be Thursday Pastor.
Mar. 10 at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria. All interested parties are invited to at- sold In Lamp of Jesus Craft Shop.
tend. 1 Fun!s arc used to help ones In need.
Mater:;.! Js supplied through clothing
Revival At Church of GodA
CTBS Tests... Coming ministry.
Our fifth grade students will be taking the reading portion of the Com- revival is coming March 24 at which will begin at 6 p.m. Anyone or Groups
prehensive Test of Basic Skills on March 16.The reading portion will include the Church of God of Prophecy,Inc., Welcome
vocabulary and comprehension. Results of this test will be sent to in Starke. Services will begin at 7 r"Welcome to all", says W.T., Interested? Call O64-71O9 or 964-5898
parents as soon as the results are available. p.m. each evening except Sunday, Laney, Pastor.

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March 23, 1989 Polls Open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


',:, ;j: '.' The incumbent in District I, Ray Wingate, bought property on Lake Brooklyn in

:.I i,'r ', District 6 and built a home on it, then influenced the Trustees of Clay Electric to re-align

," .jJ.' districts were altered so as to appear the re-alignment was for each district and not justDistrict \ .

." 'Hf:. Y, I.Nominees. 5 5
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\1\\ '.' were told they could only solicit support from Clay 'Electric employees at .

.- Clay Electric offices before 8:00: a.m.; and after 5:00: p.m., however, the incumbent in ;V1';

.. : : : .District :], Ray Wingate, was given time at the Orange Park District Office to addressj :,

'' .; the employees during business hours at a company meeting. ',"St,:,. ,

,. The incumbent has threatened at least two ((2)) employees withdisciplinary action if : ,

S they support anyone other than the incumbent. ,' :,5?\*

The incumbent in a letter to select employees calls himself an employee and in fact the

by-laws of Clay Electric forbid an employee to be a Trustee. '


Life-long resident Keystone Hgta.area a Member AMVETS Poet 86 Keystone Hgts.

Graduate Melrose High School .. Sponsor KRA Softball Team since 1974 I ask you to consider SUPPORTlNa"and VOTING for me,MIKE .
2 Years Active Service,US Army Past Pres.Keystone Hgts.Rotary Club REDFEARN,as I promise to represent all members and employees of
Graduate,UofF with degree in Building Past Commander,"Our Country Day Clay Electric alike I WILL NOT be influenced by any single person

Construe Past Chairman,Board Trustees,Community or groups people.My decisions would be based on facts and merits of.
Project Engineer with large Mechanical Church Keystone Heights. each issue to come before the Board.My vote would be for what is best

Contractor in Miami Vice Chrm,Bldg.Com Keystone Un.Meth.Ch. for YOU,the Clay Electric MEMBERS and YOU,the Clay Electric
Owned Operated General Contracting Steward Com.Chrm,Keystone Un.Meth.Cb. EMPLOYEES.

.Business locally since: 1971 Member Board of Directors,Merchants j
Southern Bank


: ;
". -? A Vote for MIKE REDFEARN is a vote for the Keystone Senior '

Services, Inc. and a vote for Keystone Recreation Association.



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1 25 Bradford Women Recognized as 'American Dames' I


Twenty-five Bradford County women were honored as "American Mary McCloud-bedication to the educational profession as a vocational Alice Hudson-Career achievements as a teacher at Southside Elementary -
Dames" during three performances last Friday and Saturday of a90minute counselor In the Bradford County School System. and as a singer of operatic roles in Carnegie Hall and elsewhere.
dramatization of woman's climb from obscurity In the dark agesto Laurie Mullins-Devotlon to the youth in our area In a Girl Scout leader- Mildred V. Hitchcock-Long and productive career in the health care
an equal role today in the world of finance politics, business and the ship role and Meyati Day Camp Director. field, principally as a clinical and nursing assistant instructor.
Carolyn Eaves-Services as Girl Scout leader, Welcome Wagon hostess. Cathy Hilliard-For her work with the trainable mentally handicapped at
arts.Presented in the high school auditorium,this tribute to women and their and various roles in school and church organizations. Starke Elementary School, and leadership in other youth programs.
fight to achieve equal recognition for equal accomplishments was Elaine Slocum-Loving and dedicated care shown in her position of Director Evelyn S. Griffin-Outstanding support for SFCC Andrews Center and ac-
presented jointly by Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center, and of Nurses at Whispering Pines Care Center. tive participation in church, school, civic and musical organizations.
the Bradford Community Players, in conjunction with the Focus on Lillian Stump-Chairman of Bradford County Cancer Society for 25 years; Virginia Darby-A great asset to the county In her role as Chief Deputy
Women Week being observed nationally during March. also fund-raiser for Red Cross and other charities. Clerk of the Court for many years, and her outstanding courtroom de-
Employing a cast of 27 in scenes covering 3,000 years of advancement for Marjorie S. Thomson-Leadership role In projects of Starke Woman's .
women in various cultures around the world, the dramatization was produced Club Bradford Hospital Auxiliary, and church organizations. Judy M. Brown-Symbolizing every favorable aspect of the Ideal
by SFCC faculty member, Dr. April O'Connell,with Laura Conti as Elizabeth G. Walker-Past President of Sunshine Industries Workshop American woman,participating in civic activities while carrying on dutiesof
assistant director and Chris Davidson as stage manager. The extraor- Board of Directors; also roles in teaching,church work,and Eastern Star. a mother of triplets.
dinary task of costuming the actors for the various periods of time and Lila Rae Yawn-Valuable service to students,staff and public at Santa Fe Mona A. Canova-Invaluable retired teacher of music in the Bradfordschool
place was capably handled by Laura Conti and Jean Rogers. Community College Andrews Center and other civic groups. system, and volunteer accompanist for innumerable local theatre
The twenty-five award recipients were chosen on the basis of their and entertainment groups.Oleeta .
achievements in the areas of politics, business, community service, ad- Cynthia Zurfluh-Primary care community health nurse at Bradford Hardenbrook-Education and chairman and youth coordinator for
vancement of the arts, education, homemaking or In any of the profes- County Health Dept., noted for kindness, compassion and competence in her church,as well as president of the women's organization and Bradford
sional fields. Thev were: her duties. County Volunteer Fire Auxiliary.
Delia Rosenberg-Outstanding service in her vocation as a high school Margaret Howard-A credit to her profession of pharmacy and volunteernursing
counselor business teacher and Vo-Tech advisor. in spite of severe physical handicaps of herself and family.
Joyce Riherd-As Director of Nurses at Bradford County Health Dept., Thelma Broughton-A model homemaker, at age 73 she has reared five
Special Youth Weekend she was an"angel"to those in need of help in Starke and Lake Butler for 30 children with a mother's love, understanding,and a firm handnever too
years. busy to listen to any problems or help in any way she can.There Is nothinglike
Planned at Madison St. BaptistNew Margaret Richie-Gives freely of her time as a "guardian of animals" in a mother's love,and this lady has had plenty for all,Including visitorsto
our area, providing a safe home and loving care for unwanted "strays", her home. (This tribute written by her daughter,who adds: She alwayssets
Minnie Lee Redding-Has served as a foster mother for the past 13 years, a good meal!)
River Baptist Association is sponsoring a special weekend for providing a temporary home for 36 foster children. The Dame Award is considered the feminine version of knighthood In
young people on Friday and Saturday,Mar. 17-18 at Madison Street Baptist Betty Anne Phillips-Outstanding administrative supervision in the Coun- olden times. The early schools of New England were called "dame
Church. ty Court and Circuit Court systems of Bradford County since 1954. schools" because they were taught by gentlewomen of good family and
The special activities for "Consider the Challenge" weekend will begin Ruth S.Johns-Recognized by Florida National Bank statewide in 1988 as stature.
Friday night from 7-9 p.m., then continuing Saturday with a pizza blowoutat an outstanding employee; also for service in many church and civic The "American Dame" dramatization was an outstanding productionand
5:30: p.m. and "Transformation" (Christian Rap) scheduled for 6:30: groups. everyone connected to it could take a well-deserved bow. .
p.m.Special guest will be Michael Holt who specializes in topics such as: .-
"Suicide and How Not to do It", "Peer Pressure: The Fear That
Paralyzes": and "Drinking, Drugs and 'Doing It'."
Mr. Holt learned at an early age the desperate struggle for self-worth BRADFORD COUNTY .
through growing up in a troubled home with alcoholic parents.For the past
17 years, he has dedicated himself to helping students understand their
value and potential.Michael's .
first public school speaking engagement came at the requestof
a school administration. Two students had committed suicide and a
third attempted in one month. His talk opened the doors for students to kgtaij
discuss the issue.The initial response was tremendous and even after mon
ths, they continued to approach him for help.
In June of 1987, he moved to Atlanta to become a full-time youth com
municator for Reach Out Ministries. He has spoken to 15,000 young people
across American and in four other countries communicating with young
people and alike.

parents Serving Bradford County for 110 years.

School Menus .
: Fish Fry Set w ,
Mar. 20-24 ,yam
At Church of God
Bradford Elem.&Middle School
The Starke Church of God Is hav-
Monday: BBQ pork on bun, later toll, green
beam.chocolate cake,milk. ing a fish fry this Saturday, Mar. 18 Ours :
Tuesdays Chicken tetrazinnl,garden salad, ap from 11 a.m. to 1:30: p.m. "ifs, .
ple crisp hot rolls,milk. The menu will consist of fried L r r'sgOi
Wednesday ranch tries!,mil Hot Jolla dog on milk.bun, cabbage slaw, mullet hushpuppiesgrits, coleslaw r ,z:
Thursdayi Easter Lunch-Manager choice. ,baked beans,and tea or coffee tt40LISSIIJ
Friday: Good Friday-School Holiday. all for the price of$3 per plate.In ad- Ye
Bradford High School dition, there will be a dessert table
Monday: Taco pie, buttered corn, peaches, for which there will be an additionalcharge.
chocolate cake milk. .
Tuesday:Corndog macaroni cheese,cabbage Diners may eat in the fellowship
law,fruit cup brownie milk. hall take their dinners out. All
Wednesday: BBQ pork on bun later tote green
beans key lime pie milk. proceeds will go to the church s ;
Thursday: Chili, cheese toast, garden salad, building fund.Heilbronn.
pear half cookie milk.
Friday: Good Friday-School Holiday.
A-la-Carte o n.>
Monday: Cheeseburgers, pizza french Met, .
milkshake.O.J. BaptistHomecoming
Tuesday: Hamburgen, pizza,corndogi,french Set
Wednesday milkshake.: Hamburgers pizza french tries Heilbronn Baptist Church will be

Thursday: Hamburger,corndogs.french fries celebrating their homecoming on ,
milkshakes. March 19. The schedule for services
Friday: Hamburger, corndogs, french fries will be Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., Via
milkshakes,O J. services 11 dinner at coming i a
worship a.m., ?
Each day students have a choice a hot lunch.
sslad bar or*.|-carte. 12:30: p.m. and special singing at
1:30. r .37
Special singing guests will be Don ,
& Esther Hardy' Buddy Ball &
Classified Ads Suzanne Strickland, Bill McRae
Debbie Woodfin, Dean and Dale

Get Results! Cassels, and Selena Scheetz. L% \ Lm 13f _f

summer ;FSG


1 package Betty Crocker white angel food cake mix .: % '
1/2 package ((2.8-ounce size) whipped topping mix /
(1 envelope)
2 cartons ((6 ounces each) nonfat strawberry yogurt C ,
1 pint strawberries sliced a.
3 kiwifruit, sliced ... T atcbYf

1/4 cup slivered almonds, toasted ,
Bake and cool cake as directed on package. Cut cake vertically fo-r w ...> r ia
into halves. Freeze one half for future use. Tear other half Into
about 3/4-inch pieces.
Prepare topping mix as directed on package except-use skim
milk.Layer half each of the cake pieces yogurt whipped topping
strawberries and kiwifruit in 2-quart serving bowl; repeat.
Sprinkle with almonds. Garnish with whole strawberries If de-
sired. Refrigerate until firm, at least 2 hours. 12 servings
To toast almonds, heat oven to 350. Bake in ungreased pan, stirring
occasionally until golden brown,_about.10. _minutes. If you have any information that depictsthe

NOTICE OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT history of this county or area, callus



Is hereby given that the City of Starke will hold the first
of two public hearings to address the City's' participation In the ADVERTISE IN THE
Florida Small Cities Community Development Block Grant
(CDBG) Commercial Revitalization Program. .
The purpose of this public notice and first public hearing Is to j. ,
inform and make Information available to the public that: ((1)the
City may apply for up to$575.000 of the CDBG Fiscal Year 1933 : igvaph '
grant funds; ((2)) the range of activities that may be undertaken with
CDBO funds for commercial revitalization Improvements Include :
those community development activities authorized In S. 105a( ) of .
Title I of the Housing and Development Act of 1974. aa amended
and In regulations regarding the federal CDBG program WHERE YOUR AD STAYS IN THEHOUSE
contained In 24 CFR. Sections 87O.20O through 57O.206 such aa
acquisition and demolition of dilapidated structure, street
Improvements. parking facilities sidewalks direct assistance to .
provide-for-profit businesses removal of architectural barriers
fire protection code enforcement. and provision of basic services
(such as roads, water sewer and drainage facilities): (3)) at least
$345.000 or sixty: percent ((60%) of the requested CDBG funds must Do know another business that has served |
be used to benefit low-and moderate-Income persons ((4)) he City you ;
plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned
CDBO.activities; and ((5)) if any persons are displaced as a result of Bradford County for 110 years? If so please let
planned CDBG activities the City plans to assist displaced _

persons.This first public hearing will be held on March 21.1989. at 7:30 'us know, 'we will make them a part of our !

p.m. in the City Commission Meeting Room located In the City f :I
Hall. Citizens are encouraged to attend this pub /t hearing and celebration.
express their views concerning the community developmentneeds
of the City to provide a basis for the preparation of the City'sproposed
FY88 CDBG Commercial RevItalization Application.
Any citizen who desires additional Information or would like to
submit written comments prior to the public hearing should '
contact Nell Tucker. City Clerk.P.O. Drawer C.Starke.FL or Anniverflary.lssue.1'Ow.
telephone ((904))964-SQ27. Reserve your ad space for our

I .
Neil City Tucker.Starke CIty Clerk ';' z ""a .: <1. .tEw .'. ., .. S' -" z\. .

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I | Legal Notices J|

WITNESS my hand and seal of this RP: 130 N. Cherry St., Parcel ZONING NOTICE
on 03065
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28, Twn 6 S., Rng.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH ac., 10.500 sq. ft. Lot at Jef
RON DENMARK SELF-STORAGE will The Town Council reserves the right to Clerk of the Court ferson and Cherry Streets, to Byron Terwlllegar. III, has mode application
hold a public auction of: accept or reject any and all bids. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 4tchg 39.30Control In a residentialprofessionalclassification for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 2 In
Bin Number 24 Town Council 001 Zoning Classification B.3 for AutomobileSales
belonging to Juanita CASE NO.523-CA so property can be used for
R. d. 329IN Brooker, Fl. 32622 KEYSTONE STATE BANK a Florida bank- residences or office to the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUST.
Sol.will toke place at 2117 N. Temple 2tchg Ing corporation This proposed change In classification MENT on property located and described
Av... Stork. Fla., on Saturday March Plaintiff ZONING NOTICE is subject to a public hearing on Thurs below:
18, 1989, at 9:30: a.m. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTIN v. Special Exception Application day March 30. 1989. at 7:00 p.m. at the at 1540 S. Walnut St. (U.S. 301 S.).
2tchg 3/9.16 AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. FAGAN. SHIRLEY CRUM has mode applicationfor Council Room of Starke City Hall 209 N. Parcel 04243. In Sec. 32. Twn. 6 S.. Rng.
Control 0999 FLORIDA. his wife: RICHARD J. GAWLEY.as surviving SPECIAL EXCEPTION HOME OCCUPATION Thompson Street, Storke. Florida.At this 22E to have automobile sales on
CIVIL DEPARTMENTCASE trustee of GAWLEY CONSTRUCTION for Beauty Salon In residenceto time all persons. both for and against, highway commercial property
REGISTRATIONOF NO. 89105CA COMPANY, a dissolved Florida corpora the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTon this proposal shall be heard, as specified The Starke Board of Adjustment will
FICTITIOUS NAMES J. D. ODOM, JR.. and VERNIE PHILLIPS tion; ROBERT D. REIFEL: HERBERT property located and described In the Starke Zoning Code The Zoning conduct a public hearing on Thursday,
t W., the undorilgnod being duly ODOM hit wife CRAMER; BRADFORD COUNTY. below: will make a recommendation to the March 30 1989, In the Council Room of
worn, do h.rby declare und.r oath Plaintiffs, FLORIDA A Political Subdivision of the 1039 N. Old Lawtey Road. Parcel Starke City Commission on this applica Stark. City Hall at 7:30: p.m., Starke,
that the names of all persons lnt.r. t.dIn vs State of Florida, and TORODE OIL COM tlon at their regular scheduled hearing Florida after
been reviewed
02497-0-00000. Sec 21, Twn. 6 S., Rng. for having by
the business or profession, carried on JOHNNY R. HOBBS as Administrator ad PANY, set Tuesday, April 18. 1989 at 7:30: the
under the name o( TIMBER EQUIPMENTand lltem of the Estate of ERNEST MAY Defendants 22 E., in Northeast Starke This property p.m. In the Council Room of Starke City Starke Zoning Board.
the extent of the Interest of each Itat GREEN a/k/a ERNEST GREEN, deceased NOTICE OF ACTION I I. In RID classification.The Hall Starke, Florida. At this time the At this time, all persons will be heard
follow: JOYCE GALLAGHER a/k/a JOYCEA. TO JACK W. FAGAN and ANNE Y. Starke Board of Adjustment will Starke City Commission will make the concerning this application as specifiedIn
TIDEWATER COMPANIES INC.. DOREMUS a/k/a JOYCE GREEN, FAGAN his wife, residence unknown conduct a public hearing on Thursday, final decision on the proposed applica the Zoning Codes of the City of Starke.
Georgia corporation registered to do a ROGER DALE GREEN, and all others but whose last known mailing address I I. March 30 1989 in the Council Room of tlon, after having two public hearings, Zoning Administrator
business In the State of Florida 100% In. claiming by or under ERNEST MAY P.O. Box 576 Flagler Beach, Fl 32036. Starke City Hall at 7:30 p,m.. Starke, two advertisements and posting. All Starke Bd. of Adj
terest. GREEN, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Florida after having been reviewed by persons Interested In this applicationare Itchg 3/16

For Tidewater Companies, Inc., T. Defendants. foreclose a mortgage on the following the Starke Zoning Board hereby given notice of time and Control 014
Glllli Morgan III, Vice President. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO property In Bradford County, Florida At this time, all persons will be heard place for the two public hearing required.
"tchg 2/23.3/3/16 DEFENDANTS JOYCE GALLAGHER, Tract 14 and the West 3 acre of Tract concerning this application as specifiedIn .
Control 0983 a/k/a JOYCE A. DOREMUS. a/k/a 13 of an unrecorded plat of GENEVA the Zoning Code of the City of Stark. Director ZONING NOTICE
JOYCE GREEN; ROGER DALE GREEN, and WOODS being more particularly Zoning Administrator Zoning A Planning SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH all parties claiming Interests by, described a* follows: Starke Bd of Adj Starke, Florida ORIAN WELLS ORIAN WELLS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD through, under or against said Defendants A parcel of land situated in the Northeast Itchg 3/16 Itchg 3116 'CHEVROLET.OLDS. INC., has mad. application -
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. or ERNEST MAY GREEN deceasedor One Quarter of the Southwest Control 012 Control 011 for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 2
89.91.CAIN hi. Estate, or any and all parties having One Quarter of Section 25, Township 8 In Zoning Classification B-3 for
RE Th. Petition of or claiming any right, title or InterestIn South Range 22 East Bradford County ZONING NOTICE ZONING NOTICE Automobile Display and Sales to the
JOHN H. MONTGOMERY and the property hereinafter described: Florida; said parcel being more par SPECIAL EXCEPTION REQUEST STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on
ANNE MONTGOMERY, YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institutionof ticularly described as follows: Special Exception Application "HOGAN'S HEROES" DARREN property located and described below:
at Co-Guardlant of this Action by Plaintiff, J.D. ODOM, Commence at a concrete monument at BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD MOORE has made application for Suite 1500 of DeerFoot Village ShoppIng
JERRY JOHN MONTGOMERYto JR, and VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM, his the Northwest corner of said SW 1/4 and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS made application SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 1 in Zoning Center, k.a. Orian Wells Chevrolet-
change name wife, against you seeking to foreclose a run South 8926'12" East along the North for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 Classification B-3 for Beer and wine by Old., Inc.. 1371 S. Walnut St., (U.S. 301S
the .described line of said SW 1/40 distance of 1356,03 In Zoning Classification RP for Public
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO mortgage on following drink only for customers of Hogans. ) on Parcel 04729 Sec 32 Twn. 6 S..
: J.rry Thomas Brownstead property In Bradford County, Florida, feet to a concrete monument on the Building and Service, Bradford County Heroes' Restaurant' to the) STARKE Rng. 22 E.
5015 Kerle Street videlicet: Easterly right of way line of a county Jail to to the STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on property The Starke Board of Adjustment will
Jacksonville, Fl. 32205 THAT PART of East Half of Northwest graded road; thence run South 00"03'24" on property located and located and described below: conduct a public
Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section West, along told Easterly right of described below: hearing on Thursday,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action way
Suite 400 In DeerFoot Village Shopp March 30. 1989, In the Council Room of
for a change of name for JERRY Thlrty-lx Township Five South, RangeTwentyone line 1328.15 feet to a concrete monument 331 Broadway Street k.a. Bradford
Center, 1371 Walnut Slarke
Ing S. St., this Hall
type City at 7:30: Stark.
JOHN MONTGOMERY hat been filed Eat which lie. North and and the point of beginning: thence County Jail Parcel 03259. Sec 28,Twn. 6 of business Florida p.m. ,
carries 2COP license after
against you and you ate required to Westerly of County Graded Road knownas continue South 000324' West, along S.. Rng. 22 E.. located In West Starke at the State which a from the having been reviewed by
( require liquor Board.
no Zoning
serve a copy of your written defense, if Primitive Baptist Church and Heilbron said Easterly right of way line 679.33 Broadway and Pratt Street for public license .
Springs Road as now located and lying feet to a concrete monument, thence run ) At this time, all persons will be heard
any, to wit:on JOHN M. MONTGOMERY, building and service, to continue present
whose address if Rout. 3, Box 1093, South and West of a Branch running South 8..9.15. East 7"0.10 feet to a concrete ue and make addition to expand The Starke Board of Adjustment will concerning this application as specifiedIn
Starke, Florida 32091, on or before through said land being In the East Half monument; thence run North .order conduct a public hearing on Thursday the Zoning Codes of the City of Storke.
to meet court
March 23, 1989. and file the original with of the Northwest Quarter of Southeast 0003'24" East 412.00 feet to a concrete facility. placed on March 30 1989. In the Council Room of Zoning Administrator
the Clerk of this Court either before service Quarter of Section Thirty-six Township monument; thence run' North 89"4915" facility.The Starke City Hall at 7:30: p.m.. Starke, Stark. Bd of Adj.
Starke Board of
on JOHN H. MONTGOMERY or Immediately Five South Range Twenty-one East con West, 251.27 feet; thence run North Adutment| will Florida after having been reviewed by Itchg 3/16
thereafter: otherwise, a taining one acre, more or less. 00"0324" Eat. 267.33 feet, thence run conduct a public hearing on Thursday the Stark. Zoning Board Control 015
default will be entered against you for ALSO a 1957 Victoria mobile home, North 8..9'15. West 488.83 feet to the March 30, 1989 In the Council Room of At this time, all persons will be heard
the relief demanded In the Petition. bearing ID 7794, and Title 8772579 per point of beginning; said tract being Tract Starke City Hall at 7:30 p.m., Starke, concerning this application as specifiedIn
DATED at Bradford County Courthouseon manantly affixed to said lands. No. 14 and the WEst 3.00 acres of Tract Florida after having been reviewed by the Zoning Codes of the City of Starke.
this 27th day of February 1989. YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your written 13 as shown on an unrecorded map by the Starke Zoning Board Zoning Administrator
CLERK OF COUNTY COURT defenses to this action with the Clerkof Joseph G. Knapp, Surveyor, dated At this time, all person will be heard Starke Bd of Adl.
4tchg3223Control the Circuit Court in and for Bradford September 14, 1978; said parcel contain concerning this application a* specified Itchg316Control
0989 County Florida and serve a copy ing 10.00 acre more or I.... In the Zoning Code of the City of Starke. 013
thereof upon the attorney for the Plaintiffs has been filed against you and you are Zoning Administrator
who IsWILLIAM: required to serve a copy of your written Starke Bd. of Adj. LAMP OF JESUSCHAFXCONSIGNMENT STARKE "'
CALL FOR BIDS A. BESSENT III, Esquire defenses, if any to It on PAUL D. Itchg 3/16
The Town of Brooker will receive bids 403 West Georgia Street NEWELL Plaintiff attorney whose address Control 016 CHURCH OF GOD
for Installing a Fire Hydrant and installing Post Office Box 1056 I I. Post Office Box 1369, Keystone (Tues. Sat. 10-5:30) 422 N. St Clair- 964-5445
a 2" blow-off valve. We will mail a Starke, Florida 32091 Height, Florida 32656, on or before John Spratlln. PastorWe
copy of specification sheets upon re ((904))964-7262 March 30. 1989. and file the original with NOTICEAPPLICATION a Spring Blooming Invite to with
quest. not later than 18 April 1989. the clerk of this court either before service FOR REZONING e Plastic Canvas Crafts you worship us.
Bids must be sealed and received on DATED this 1st day of March, 1989. on Plaintiff attorney or Immediately NORMA J. OWENS hot made Grown Attended Nursery
application e Homo Frozon Blueberries
or before 7:30 p.m., March 14, 1989. RAY NORMAN thereafter;otherwise a default will be the Starke SuxluySchool ............. ..... lOemMorning
Mailing address I I. Town of Brooker, Clerk of Circuit Court entered against you for the relief to for reclassification Zoning & PlanningD.portm.nt of theproperty For More Information Call Worship' .. .. .. .. 11 am
P.,?. Box 127, Brooker Fla. 32622. Control 0996 demanded in the complaint or petition B/mii Service: ... ........... .. 6pmWrtlnraihy
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I Wrestlers' Have + + Baseball Team Drops 2, I

Best Ever Season Rebounds Against RamsThe

'rhe Bradford wrestling team hada ing better teams he says. Bradford baseball team lost the first inning. The Tornadoes

food; year, winning 13 matches Five tough competitors will be two games early this week but won countered with one run on a walk by
while losing only two. This Is quitean graduating in June: Ben Hankerson, their last outing Tuesday March 14 McNeal and two singles by Lewis
Improvement over last year's Ed Douglas and Bill Hamilton. against the Interlachen Rams at the and Plant. A strikeout ended the inn-
7-5-1 record and is coach Brett Pur- Tornado diamond.
dy's best career record. His District Winners... Playing Gainesville High in Ing.In
previous best was an 8-4 at Eastsidein The Tornado team had five first Gainesville last Thursday March 9, the last frame, Jason Johnson
1984. place champions at the District the tornadoes were edged by one doubled and McNeal tripled to drivein
One of the losses came early in the Tournament at Lake Weir in point 7-6, despite a seventh inning the second run. There were no errors
year at the hands of Lake Weir, February.At rally which came up short. on either side
defending champion of 1988. 125 Ibs. John O. Williams was Losing another close one at
The second loss was to a strong the area's only undefeated wrestlerIn Baldwin Friday March 10, 4-2, the
Clay County team in late January the regular season, at 18.0-1. Tornadoes now have a 5-3 season ..1wl :01 001 0101 -< r Ia.dl.d
Two Tornado wrestlers competedin At 130 IDS. Bill Hamilton has a 19-1 record. OM 1-1 ; 0II.
the state finals Friday, Feb. 24. regular season record. .. : ..- AIIW *HM HIM

At 130 pounds, Brad Hamilton lost At 152, David Lizenbee ended the BUS 2. Interlachen 0... J.D..I..,..,J,1n....__ 1 4 0 I I 1J.n.
to a three time state champion from regular season with a 14.4 record. "
Miami and lost in the wrestlebacksto At 189 Brad Hamilton has a 16-4 "This was a well played game, ..MeNooi I I I
.. said ass't coach Jeff
Joe Corsay of Jacksonville Bolles.In season record.At Zuraff, "both Tim Imvl I I) 5
pitchers had a no hitter until Ml PI.., I 0 I
the 189 pound class Bill 220 Ibs. Rolland Shafer ended .........; the fifth going MmMrryDonnl. I IT
Hamilton lost to the regional champion the season at 17-2. _.'-I I 0 1
from Flagler Palm Coast, a Second place finishers at District ., ..... The Tornado battery was senior ,.PrMdl I ( .

wrestler he had defeated earlier, were: 103 Josh Crawford, 135 Joel \.' j.," lr.' 4. I start Cordell this Strong season pitcher and, his James first ..11,0,01, ,.IMMm.il i I ovin. 0' .S
which was his only defeat in the Jacobsen 140 Eddie Seigmund and .
((2* tohmwi It SI McNMl)
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regular season. 171 Ed Douglas. At 119 Ben Hanker- I ____ __ = -- -'I McNeal catcher. Strong is l-O for
Bill Hamilton, a senior, has a two son held on to fourth place at the Serving for the Match... the season. Bradford 6, Gainesville 7...
Interlachen started the
record of 38-7, was a two-time District meet. fifth inning Hitting three home runs and one
year state qualifier, and two times Five Tornado wrestlers have been Two BUS tennb team member, Jill Strickland at top and Myra Cruz below with a lead off single their first hit, double in the game, the Tornadoes
district champion."I selected for the Gainesville Sun's All are shown serving a am looking to take a larger con- Area Team: Senior Bill Hamilton, The ladle defeated KIHIS S.2 with Ingle win by Cindy Samon*.THcU ing second. Travis Long doubled and Tim
tingent to state next year," said Juniors Rolland Shafer and David Laredo and Strickland and double win by Samon f Parado and Strickland Catcher McNeal did his part in Lewis singled in the second Inning,
coach Brett Purdy. It is hard to improve Lizenbee and Sophomores Brad and Cruz. keeping the Rams off the Scoreboardby but both runners died on base.

on a 13-2 record, though Hamilton and John O. Williams. The guy tort :U to KIH1S getting a win In Ingle by Mark Shuford and .. picking off three runners in the The fifth inning saw two home
when are striving to Coach Brett has also been game trying to steal second base.
especially you Purdy runs by Plant and Johnson with
Shuford and Rlcard Smith and Chad
Illldebran and
improve the competition by schedul- selected for Coach of the Year double by Kirby Jo Strong gave up three hits, and hit nobody on base, for the first runs

Welch. one double in the sixth inning, driving scored by the Tornadoes.In .
-- in the second run. He struck out the seventh inning Johnson

I Weightlifters. Place 2ndBradford i -d'' nine batters. Strong and McNeal singled, McNeal
Jason Johnson drove in the first driving in two runs. Devin Jacksonhit
run In the fifth inning, with John a two run homer leaving the
High weight lifters plac- Lance Wiggins, 132 pound class: Berry scoring after stealing second. score one run shy when the nest bat
ed second on a six-team match last 220185405.( ter struck out to end the rally and the
Wednesday. March 9, in Keystone Third place: k I5.l.dw 0-I
Heights. John Dempsey, 114 pound class: ? ___OOP_on .-1 3 aFtay game.

Meet winner was Interlachen High 170-140-310( up 10 pounds from the e......r.,11_. Altai I Hum 0 HIM I ..U1d OM 020 4OM -. 10 I
with 62 points. Bradford earned 48 previous week. "._.JollHMnMtPtatt I 0 I 0.'...vill.,. 0 0111 11 I
points for second place, Keystoneand Fourth place: I 0 P.1.. AI'" ..... MIN'
Williston tied for third place Robert Hankerson, 165 pound J._M.N..1 I oJ.Sn .,.""'$.._ I I 1c.d.ll
class: 255-200-405 down 20 a d1 r, lleswiw. ,ww 4r ...... I 0Tl. ,- 4 I 1J.n
with 33 each Newberry was pounds.
points ..wI. 1 0 ,..M.N.I 4 I 1D.l.
fifth with 14 points and Union High Josh Crawford, 123 pound class: De..,.'_1. I I I .J..5_ 4 I I
earned 8 points. 160-140-300( ( up 10 pounds. VIM.1.Wnian 1 0 J.Sn...... I 0 .
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Fifth place: I 11,5k151 I 0 Imf I I
BHS strong man Jr. Acevedo, lif- F K.lly,. 0.1 I a TlmUwtoMHPtaM I I
Clyde DeSue 181 pound class: 'r r
ting In the 198 pound level,continuedto L I I I
place first lifting 360 pounds in 240250490.( ..IIooMy I .
BUS 2, Baldwin 4
the bench and 285 in the clean Robert Hankerson, 165 pound .. .. .. De. "rramto I
press .... .
of class: 255-200-455() down 20 pounds U I. ? ff "-UII' ''' \\n ((2..Lao li,m__ I. 515,1 I._.. I.)
and jerk for a total 645 pounds.
John O. Williams, at the 132 pound Thomas McCutchen, 148 pound .
level, also earned a first place with class: 205-185-390, down 5 pounds. '
240205445. Williams improved 20 Roland Shafer, heavyweightclass
pounds in the clean and jerk lift. : 240-225-465, up 10 pounds. S PLAY WINNING TENNIS
BHS had three second place Sixth place: [ j-
finishers: Tramell Jones 165 pound class: ; iII1iIIIIIIIlIiIIIlttiiiii!

.Al Jones, 148 pound class: 245-210-455( up 5 pounds. ;

255-220-475 down 20 pounds from the Upcoming... CAtt MARKET STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS
Clint Reed 220 pound class: Next Wednesday March 22, BHS 964-6305 Off 473-4300

325280605. goes to Baker High in Macclenny. r 1

I BHS Golfers are Perfect 50Tornado This ad ran in a 1936 Telegraph.The .

golfers are 5-0 in the past one-under-par. Ed Douglas shot 37, 1 lls an excellent round lor this ear more things change, the more they stay the

week to remain undefeated with a one-over-par.Mark Murray shot 139, ly in the year" said Coach Mike Sex .
season record of 7-0. Bill Hamilton 40, Link Bishop 40, ton. same. We couldn't improve .the..copy_.. ... 5

BHS beat Keystone High by 10 ..Chvvs Simmons 44. :1.1I::;: ::':;';'
strokes, 169-179 on Keystone .. AJt The Ravines, David Elder StW'I Upcoming... II I I o ... ..
Golf Country Club March 9. Monday 39, Bill Hamilton 41, Chris Simmonsand Today (Thursday, March'16) BHS '''
March 13, BHS played at The Ed Douglas shot 42, Link Bishop is at home against Augustine for a
Ravines and shot 164 to beat Mid- 44, Mark Murray 45. 3:30 p.m. match. W1iat Do You Need '

dleburg by four strokes, 164168. At Keystone last week, Elder, Next Tuesday, March 21, BHS
St.Augustine trailed at 176.Tuesday Murray and Bill Hamilton each shot goes to Gainesville\ to play .
March 14, BHS won a tri-meet on its 42, Link Bishop 43, Chris Simmons Gainesville High School. "That II bea
home course the Starke Golf & 44 Ed Douglas 45. real tester there. GHS is supposedto
Country Club. BHS shot 151, Baker )The BHS school record is 149 on be one of the toughest teams in the In Printed Forms, Office Supplies, or Social Stationery?

High shot 206 and Clay High 212. the local course. "I thought for district," says Coach Sexton. The (Don't tell don't need ANYTHING!)
Tuesday, BHS had a real good awhile we had a shot at the school match will be played on the University us you
round. David Elder led, shooting 35, record. It was an excellent round. of Florida course.
Softball Team Splits a Pair of GamesThe
and social You for rub
.a For business purposes usage. find new uses every day

Tornado Lady softballers are Latara Jackson Stacie\ Marshall Upcoming... Special attention given to work in two or ber stamps and the time you save will soon

2-3 on the season and 2-1 in District Kendra Butler Rhonda Bryant, The BHS girls softball team more colors. Your letter head should be a pay for them. Also best. quality inking

5-3A play after splitting two games Tangela Pittman, and Share Brown played Ocala Forest at home work of art-get away from the scratch pads.
this past week. each had one hit. Bryant scored the Wednesday afternoon, March 15. mad variety.
The BHS ladies have twice beaten only BHS run Friday March 17, the girls go to
Gainesville Eastside and have lost to In the Eastside game Tan ela Pit Lake Weir. Tuesday, March 21, the
Ocala Vanguard in Dist. S-3A play. tman and Coretta Davis hit home girls go to Gainesville High. Wednesday ADDING :MACHINE RIBBONSOf

Errors cost the ladles an 18-1 loss runs Kendra Butler a triple, and March 22, the girls play at San- ENVELOPESSure knew carried typewriter
course we -
you ,
High March 10. DeDe Prevatt and Chanda Woods
against Keystone ta Fe High. '
But BHS bats began to speak as the doubled in the 17 hit attack. Gettingone March 23 the girls return home fora you can buy them already stamped ribbons. : but what about the adding)!
ladies hammered out 17 hits to go hit were Latara Jackson, 3-game stand. March 23 BHS plays from the Government but they will have machine? We have them too and the pa-

15-2 by Eastside in a March 13 road Tangela Pittman, Stacie Marshall, North ,Marion at 5 p.m., March 28 about as much personality and Individu- per rolls upon ,which you\ add up to see
which included a 10-run( fifth Kendra Butler DeDe Prevatt, Chan- Orange Park at 4:30: p.m. lity a* another striped suit at the State how much money you'd have if everyone
game da Woods Coretta Davis, Valerie Marc 30 BUS plays MiddleburgHigh Prison Farm. paid the bills you send them and you did

In the KH game, Chanda Woods. Moss. at 4:30 p.m. n't have to pay the ones they send you.

II Junior Varsity Baseball Team Beats IBS STATEMENTS SECOND SHEETSNo

Some business houses: stopped sending

The Junior Varsity played two Andy Goodowns .563, B.B. Prevatt B.B.Prevatt was the starter mak- these out during the depression, but the use to buy expensive papers when
games this week, losing to North .467 and Kevin Boone .429. ing four strikeouts no hits and no x'me has come when you can reasonably appearance doesn't count, but if you do

Marion Friday March 10, 1-5, but expect a fair return on your 1 investment in need the best, we can furnish: watermarked
wains in me two iiuungs. Jeremy!
rolling over Interlachen 11-1 Tues-
day, March 14. BUS 11, Interlachen 1..., Crawford allowed 4 hits and one a three cent stamp. We have aery spe- bond in all sizes--even that extra long legal -

The Tornado team has an excep- Playing three pitchers In the unearned run while striking out four 'taI price statements. size that you"can never borrow front:
i on
tional earned run average of.63. The game the Tornadoes rolled over the batters and allowing one walk.Andy your fitend.s. Also that thin onion skin.
team batting average Is a healthy Interlachen Rams, starting with Goodowns allowed no hits, no walks for miudng< : copies.
.330. four runs in the first inning and ad- and also struck out four batters in

Leading hitters on the team are: ding four more in the second. the fifth and sixth innings. CARDS

For busIne.'M political and serial! tires. ODDS AND ENDS .
. Track Teams Place Well at MeetBradford
Either printed .engraved or embossed. Ru1.ber !bnmli gem clips all kinds: of
High runners did well In pm. contest. Mil.' *...,. I) tMt 4l.... TWM KMIM.K...y.rUMt Too many styles to name, but samp'.es are ndsr-t, even ink in quart bottles, we cansave
beating Santa Fe High on the Tornado _,Kim Hmmfl**,CkftaM Htm here for your inspection and all prices: are you money on all of these. There .

oval Tuesday March 13 and S.Fe Results... Boys Results reasonable. must tt> other. things'that" escape. FUJ just

turned in a good performance Saturday --- Ramona Tennant won the mile run ik*. *... 2)) r'fc* c..m 11.11) OM **w now but ;)'/,1.1' can ask.. : ,
at the Palatka Invilational. and two mile run and was second in sr A ,ad.y......,ai'e.DIN. .
.., _TkwMMi Sea.2))Mm, ur.i .
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the half mile in the Santa Fe meet ) -
The BHS girls beat Santa Fe 91-27.
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The BHS boys won 67-64. Tuesday. C_ Il'r. item* ,.,... irr. *.d.q M..t>y WEDDING INVITATIONSThe ,
Saturday with some 12 schools at Freshman Aurilla Williams won !".*-. CIM *M* I"". AH** u. irtr, MwrtPM. LKGALBLANKSDon't : ;

Palatka High the BUS girls finished the 100 meters and the 200 and se- '....irr... x,5.1.1.p. I')NMMta Tk..y urv.,.,... 1r..4-) AI'"... folder type in white or the new burn lur'tl1jlal blanks- them'
cond in the shot and tied for firstin buy
tied for third. In a tight meet GHS put J.,*... trr, r.ee N'r 10. Iad.1an Ivory color. If you must: economize en this:
with 60 points Ocala the high jump. She also ran on the ,. from u3.V: have I\'erythlng"you'll need
was won second with points. Bind winning 440 relay team. ..." ..... I) ......_ UPdr..C.r..i Item we have a' line that l looks like engraving whether ;you're buying a cow or mortgagIng -

tied with Christie Harrell tied Aurilla rr.M feels like engraving but doesn't cost home. Out blanks will do
Ocala Forest points. V.*l 1)) IfW M"IH.i rr.IN ; ;your every-
The BHS boys placed fifth at Williams for first in the high jump HMl.M,.r< ll 1))T/W.!..<...It M. 'ike engraving..' thing but pay the mortgage.
Palatka with 28% points. Sanford was first in the half mile anchoredthe Itt*._.I)..*.>.U. mile team.A II... Tl_ ,.,..> 114. *-*. U* ..... A..
Seminole won at Palatka with 91 Mi winning relay *.*... It*.ChI.-II.. J.TOT IfWtafM II*.
points.The. number preceding a student'sname HIM *.m 1)) COT ..* ".ra) Lay Get 29 On The Telephone, Please, James
team Is coming along says means they placed. (.,.... ,I
Coach George Loper. It is very IM is... i) uh wmto* *. see.; I) A,.mi.WIWwM "

young .team with just two seniorboy ...,trr.1) Mnric DM WUMM kMt II'r.7'',DMM IMte tWlM Inn. 711'A"Ire.D1. .. -.1'-1----) ( .
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This Saturday March 18. the BUSgirls wIN1. 150. .MHU KpBif-in'jt- 15..iwn1. ITS _, I) )1- -.MM ...... 1)) 4 'Today James won't' call for you.. You'll have to let yourjlngers rs do
team will be at the 25th an- TripM JMM >) no 1151.5,1.,1 II'r I) .

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Bob Hayes Invitation. I MM_ 11) Awtta Wllllimi ll.M. 1)) Kmn ,
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Child CareCertification
St. Edwards News... w Course

Holy Week Schedule... 1eaY Set at VoTechThe

Monday-Mar. 20( 7 p.m., Penetential Service.
Tuesday-Noon Luncheon, United Methodist Church. following schedule for the

Thursday-Evening Mass of Lord's Supper, Adoration, 7-9 p m. next(20-hour Child Care Certification
-Frtday-3 p.m., Stations and Veneration of Cross; 7 p.m.-Liturgy of Pas ) course has been announc
sion and Death of our Lord. ed. If you need part or all of these

Saturday-7 p.m., Easter Vigil Mass. (No 6 p.m. Mass). areas, please come by and pre-
register at the Bradford-Union Area
Easter Sunday-8 and 10 a.m., Mass of the Resurrection. Vocational
WEEKHoly Technical Center.

First Holy Communion... -RULES & REGULATIONS: April

On Sunday, March 12, First Holy Communion was received by Patricia ABUSE. NEGLECT: April 27 and
Cowie, Christopher Mollerup, Erik Scoggins, Michael O'Neal and Roberta HEALTH
j During the Mass celebrated by the Pastor, Father Philip Gagan, Debbie : May 4 and May 9.
Connaughton served as Lector. She had instructed the children and GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT:
directed the ceremony when the communicants participated in the Offer May 11 16, III, 23 and 25.
tory Procession. Patricia Cowie and Erik Scoggins led the Prayers of the All classes are on Tuesday and
FaIthful.Following. Thursday nights from 7-9 p.m. Cost
i reception of communion, the children presented white carna- of the course is $5.
tions to their parents. On display were banners designed by each First ,

Communicant.Antoinette Coss was organist for the mass. Altar servers were Sean Con- Blue Angels ReturnTo

naughton and Keith Cowie. After communion the children sang 'Thank Cecil FieldThe
You, God'.
At the conclusion of First Navy's precision flight
mass, were presented with demonstration squadron, the Blue
blessing cups they had made and communion kits containing prayer books, Angels, will perform at NAS Cecil
rosaries and blessed medals, by the pastor. Field
as part of the base's third an-
rleatives Following and the friends ceremony, a reception was held in the Parish hall for 8-9.nual air show and open house, April

The refreshment tables were covered with white lace cloths and held Joining the Blues will be a varietyof
Holy Week PlansAt cross-shaped cakes decorated with religious symbols. Individual cakes in- How's this for a little shiner civilian aviation performers annd
scribed with child's name and date were presented to each first communicant. military aerial demonstrations.
1st MethodistThe Among the civilian l performers wil
First United Methodist Refreshments of sandwiches, cakes cookies, fruit and punch were servo Lawtey resident Ray Griffin, Jr. caught this pri t'-wlnnlng bass this be Bill Beardsley and the Bud Light
ed. In charge of arrangements for the reception was Zita Shuford who past Sunday evening at a local fishin'hole.Fur some rca ..nnay won't tell micro-jet. Only 12 feet long and
Church will Week with
the annual Easter begin Cantata Holy March 19. made the cakes and prepared the refreshments. us exactly where he caught it (although we heard it was In (the back lakes weighing about 450 pounds, the
Celebrate Life, a musical drama, of Camp Blanding), or what kind of bait he was using.! lie just wanted us to micro-jet is capable of climbing at
will be in the at see his "fish that DIDN'T get away!" 2,000 feet per minute and flies at
7:30 presented sanctuary This trophy largemouth bass weighed In at a whopping U'i pounds at speeds of up to 350 mph.
The pm.church on will Sunday.host the annual World Day of Prayer Services HeldOn Strickland's One-Stop and measured 2H" long, with 2.1 V girth. The excited Other local civilian l performers in-
fishing story Included visions of Kay with this fish tucked under one clude St. Augustine's Jim Moser and
Holy Week luncheons from 12
to 1 .m. each day ,in Fellowship noon Friday, March 3, World Day of United Methodist Youth Group arm, while rowing with an oar tucked under his other arm, all while holler- Carl Pascarell performing dual
p ing for his daughter to him lie said he wouldn't let of acrobatic and formation flights in
Hall. Rev. Dwight McQueen will be Prayer services were held at St. Ed- presented a rhythmic choreographicdance get help. surely go
that fish under circumstances, to with both A their vintage aircraft, the Pitts
the ward's Catholic Church. This 102nd while reciting the Lord's any even row oars real sightto
speaker on Monday. Speakersfor
Nicole see, I'm sure! Special and Bucker Jungman; Eliot
observance of Christians joining for Prayer. Participating were
the rest of the week will be
Cross of Jacksonville will be
carried the theme Adams Doug Snyder, Brittany flying a
ministers from the different chur- race; prayer
ches and the meal will be served by 'Jesus, Teach Us to( Pray". The ser- Bula, Candi Norman and Leighann -- -- - --- -- Jacksonville Great Lakes biplane is John;O'Connell and also from and
vice was compiled by Christian Odom.
women from different churches dur-
ing the ecuminical gatherings. women in Burma,stressing power of Rev. Father Philip Gagan gave 'Employ the Older' Week CelebratedThis his laser aircraft.
the show will be the
prayer and encouraging active the benediction and prayer before Opening Misty
church Thursday will evening hold Maundy at 7:30 Thursday p.m. the response to the needy. Christians lunch, which was served in the week, March 12-19, is Na- National Employ the Older Week Blues, an all-female skydiving team
Upper Room Service in which the around the world join( in this annual parish hall. Among those assisting Emnlov the Older Worker. is a good time to remember that from central Florida.
Gates at the master base will
event. were Zita Shuford, Sophie Kimutis, Week.: rlence" i itlonal is nor capability, not chronological is jet
Last Supper will be received in age,
a prase. that at 10 a.m., both Saturday and
Carolyn Eaves again led the ser- Ruth Meng, Keith Cowie and Joey just a catchy means the true measure of a worker's open
manner similiar to the Last
Supperof can profit from the Sunday. The air show will begin at 1
vice. Antoinette Coss served as Shuford. your company worth. Now and the
during rest of
2,000 years ago. experience of middle-aged and older p.m. After the Blue Angels perform
On Friday the youth and men of organist. Leaders were Oleta the year, we should judge eachworker's will and handout
Hardenbrook Rosa Brown workers. Their job skills have grown they sign autographs
the church will depict the scenes of capability for a specific Blue folders.
with their of experience and special Angel
Humphries, Evelyn Griffin and Classifieds Ads years job. It's a matter of basic fairness...
the Lest Supper, the Crosses on Hooten. they have fewer accidents and lower Access to Cecil Field is via Normandy
Galgotha and the Tomb from 5 to 7 Jerry Get Results! absentee and turnover records. and it's good business. Blvd. or 103rd both
During the service members of the Florida
p.m in the church yard. located via 1-295, 1-10, or 301.

The annual Easter Egg Hunt for ... .
the children will be held at c.','.' ... -.-'-. .' ... ". .. --- ..."1_ -1I IIiiIiR 1fi "#1fi:,<.IJ"""" 'Y; I.-"V Fa._ n-
e s S's 's ,
Stricklands Campground Saturday, C.
March 25 at 10:30: a.m.
Easter Sunday the church will

a celebrate 6:30 a.m.with Sunrise First Presbyterian Service at the at 0 4 1

parking lot of First Presbyterian
Church with Rev. McQueen
preching and Cana Schmidt singing. I
The service will be led by Rev. Jerry ,
Patton.At .
9:45 the children j I II
: a.m. will have *
their Easter Cross service in the ON
court yard. Please have your I
children bring fresh flowers for. the

cross.The 11 Easter hour
a.m. Worship Ranger
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The Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners will open sealed bids on $ 9245
Monday. April 3. 1989 at 10:00: A.M. in 0,495;
the County Commissioners Room at the
Bradford County Courthouse, Stork.,
Florida, for a PABX (Private Access .
Branch Exchange) electronic telephone
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For copies of specifications or any Escort LX
questions regarding this bid please con- WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!!
tact Mr. Joe Riddick, County Commissioner
> 2 Dr., Air Conditioning, AM/FM -
at ((904)) 964.6280 or ((904))
468-1918. Sealed bids can be mailed or Stereo, Tinted Glass, Gauges,
hand delivered to the Bradford County Dual Horn, Digital Clock,
Courthouse, Clerk of Court P.O. DrawerB Console
Starke, Fl. 32091.

WILBUR SYSTEM.L. WATERS 1 Air Conditioning Auto Tran, Automatic Transmission, Air

Chairman, Boardof Speed Control, Light Group, Power Conditioning Captains Chairs,

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WILLENE H. GRIFFIN, the holder of the
following certificates has filed said certificates Reaso' ,

thereon. for Th.a certificate tax deed numbers to be issued and e Net After Rebate Flu$3a8O Plus Tax,Title.With Qualified Credit| No Ie Offer Refused- !

of Issuance, the description of the
property and the names In which it was This Weeks Special 1984 F-150 1987 Special Edition 1979 Chevy
assessed are as follows: I '78 Lincoln Mark V
Certificate No. 114 Pickup Bonus Cab Pickup
Year of Issuance 1986
of LOT 3, Blk 2 In 66,000 Mi.Clean $ 4 Speed,Tilt, 31OOOML,
Description Property:
Gahagan Subdivision, Section 21, Leather Int. 2 9 9 5 J Cruise, Air, $3 l 995 Dualics. All $15,995 Good $1 7 9 5
Township 6 South, Range 22. Parcel Super Claw Car New Tire. the Extra Transportation .
Number 2567.
Name In which assessed: CHERRY LENNON '
AND WILLENE HILL GRIFFIN.All 1984 Tempo GL 84 Chevy S10Pickup 1986 Ford F-150 XL 81 Buick Regal LTD -
of said the County .
property being
White, Landau roof, blue vel eaU,
of Bradford State of Florida.
4x4,Tilt, chrome apt. wheels. Super Clean!
Unless such certificate or certificate Auto Trans. SWB, Bieck, Cruise, Air,
shall be redeemed according to law the Air, $2688 4 Sp,Sport $ 3 2 5 0 New Tire $8995 *
property described In such certificate or New Tires Wheel & Rims 2,295
certificate will be told to the highest
bidder at the courthouse FRONT door on

the 20th day of April, 1989. 1987 GL 1987 Nissan Sentra 1985 Ford F-150 1986 Olds
Dated this 10th day of March, 1989. Tempo
Clerk of Circuit Court AT Air Cutlass Supreme
Of Bradford County,FloridaContralOOO7 4 Dr.,Tilt, AMFM'Ca New Tire &
Crul.., Air, Jfc -ae,4Dr, [Rim, 4Speed. 4 Dr.,8 Cyl.,
4fchg 3/16-4/6 AM/FM 6950 Red. Extra 6995 ,Air $5995 Sport Wheel $6995 '1
Cassette,Clean Clean Tuton Blue Clean!


Scleroderma Meet March GroupTo 21

I The Scleroderma Support Group, Terwillegar Motors

Central Florida Chapter, meets V
Tuesday, Mar. 21,7:30-9: << p.m. in the
I Alachua General Hospital con-
ference center, located across the 964-7200 473-FORD
street from the AGH visitors entrance.support 371-1096 388-FORD
Starke JacksonvilleKeystone Hgts ,4
group, sponsored byopen Gainesville
Alachua General Hospital is to 209 W. Madison State Road 21.
Scleroderma patients, family

members and interested professional s C- ,



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SECTION this weeks paper are:

Eckerds Spires Shoe Miller's City mile I Jtnwu Ctnuntu! mimes

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I Bad Drop Wreaks Havoc Near KH Airport u tir ,. Kas

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by Ann. SponholtzEditor Within hours after the television sion. "What disturbed us was the fact
of Th. Ink Region Monitor station picked up the story, high "We were playing war games," this thing went on," local resident
Secret military maneuvers around ranking officers of the 18th Airborne Maj. Foster said,explaining the pur- John Bradley told the military officials .
Keystone Heights Airpark spread Division boarded a military pose of the operation was to ready present at the meeting. 'We
through acres of private property helicopter headed to Keystone the U.S. military in the event the explained to them we had livestockin
outside the airport resulting in Heights. Channel 12 aired its story government is called out to protect here and they just ignored us."
damage to over halt a dozen local Tuesday evening, March 14,on the 6 the country. "If you can identify who it was (on
farmers and ranchers land over the p.m. news and at 7 p.m. Public Affairs Maj. Foster acknowledged that their property), we will Investigateand ,
last week. Officer Major Doug Foster and the troops were In an area where the soldiers will be punished." '
The maneuvers were sanctionedby Captain Kevin Govern,a military attorney they should not have been and said Maj. Foster told the group. .
the Keystone City Council, and were meeting with local the damage to property was pro Capt. Govern reiterated Maj .' ... ;1.1:
were to be confined to the sealedoffKH residents at Keystone Heights city bably caused by the troops "zest Foster's stand, saying, "They will
airport. hall. while engaged in war games." be reprimanded big time. Its not ':\ P
One said Maj. Foster explained to residents Maj. Foster said his mission was wash for I
man camouflaged troops eye us; big time. / 1 "I.
jumped up out of the grass on his that the military exercise they had : Explaining that some of the troop ,j, .
property and frightened his family. witnessed in operation since Thurs- To offer apologies to anyone activity was taking place as far as a 1, Ih':: if" '
Residents say, despite numerous day was only a small part of a secret damaged To from the operation. mile from Keystone Heights Airpark ....." 'J'
requests, they were unable to stop military exercise taking place in begin the paperwork Charles A. Baldree asked, \ ":
the trespassing of military troops rural communities throughout the necessary to""compensate you for Why is something like this happen- \1 *; .
and the repeated cutting of their SE United States and employing any damage. ing in a civilized society ,h.Y J--
fences until, as a last resort, they 15,000 soldiers and airmen. The exercise Capt. Govern said a military +'lf1o<......./
notified Channel 12 In Jacksonvilleof called "Sand Eagle 89," is a engineer would be sent down the Sec... Guard. ,. ". +". ;
next day to look at .. :
their plight and reporters and joint operation between the 12th Air any on-the-spot :. >. .
corrections such #
Force and the 18th Airborne Divi as leveling -
cameramen arrived at the scene. -
.; __ disturbed property.
page. 60 I__ Meet the Press...
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! U.S. Rep. Bill Crant spe....with a reporter ihonly before addressing a group
, of Bradford County CllUem at a luncheon In Starke Friday.
Grant defended his switch from the Democratic to the Republican party and
spoke several other topic In a wide ranging question and answerdWluwlon.

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Rep. Grant Defends

Party Switch in Visit

: r I By Mark Frtedlln beliefs and those of my North
LrITI -- BCT Staff Writer Florida constituents and
"'rst U.S. Representative Bill Grant decided that the party that best
i took pains to assure a reflected my beliefs were thoseof
---- --- predominantly conservative the Republican Party," Grant
group of Bradford County told a group of Bradford
CItizens last week that only his citizens. "My views on the death
party affiliation has changed penalty for instance, are one
I not his voting habits. case in point. I support the
1. Rep. Grant calling himself a death penalty the National
"fiscal and military" Democratic Committee opposesIt
conservative said his change of : I support a line-Item veto for
party affiliation from the the president the National
Democrats to the Republicanswould Demo. Committee opposes It.
"not mean that much" to The list goes on and on. I was
local voters and said he was tired of receiving virtually no

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Charges Pending... H- and Old Lawtey Road. the Republican National Committee and In fact they were
Paramedic work frantically to remove the driver of thU 1984 Camaro from The driver of the motorhome wet unharmed and the Camaro driver,Cynthiathe Committee.
t scene of an accident which took place: March 9 at .Intersection of SR16 Kennedy of Jasper wa taken to Bradford llo pltal. Charge are Pn< "hook a good hard look at my See... page 2B .y.'.


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Sweetheart Brand where the decisions are'made. But you sure sacrificethesafetyofyourhardeamedmoneytocan

bet on one thing- they're not made in this bank locally. In addition to FDIC Insurance, we

69 ( loaf community. have over$IS in capital equity behind every$100

in deposits. Declare your independence today!

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I' Lawtey Woman Faces Murder ChargesA

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27-year-old Lawtey woman has Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. The disagreement which started Saturday Giles' fiancee to
been arrested for reason for the killing is unclear at ran a neighborand
murdering a night at Hodges' which promp-
called for but Giles
Starke man.Geneva this time. Hodges, Giles and his ted help was
the victim and his fiancee to go dead when the Rescue arrived and
Lynn Wilkison Hodges has fiancee were living together while to the unfinished trailer at the end of Hodges had fleed the said
been charged with the murder of work was being finished on a mobile Wynn Cemetery Road to spend the Etheridge.At scene
Roy Dean Giles which took place home Giles had bought for himself night. Around midnight Hodges arrived -
early Sunday morning, to and his fiancee. Apparently a_ 2:10: a.m. Hodges called the Come Hear
according at Giles' trailer and started sheriff's department wanting to talk Friday & Saturday Nights
banging on the door. When she was to a deputy,she was arrested a short
Grant. told to leave by the occupants she time later and charged with the JUST US Band with
broke a window and entered the murder and burglary, said
from trailer, said Etheridge. Hodges Etheridge. The murder weapon has The Cornett BrothersPlaying
page "I didn't leave the party" Grant allegedly was confronted by Giles in been recovered. I
actively opposing me In several told the crowd "The party left the hallway at which time she pulleda Bond was set at $100,000 for '50' '60' Popular and Country Music '
areas." me. I can vote true to my own .32 caliber gun and shot him in the murder and $5,000 for burglary,
Grant said he agrees with the conscience from now on." cheat Hodges remains in custody.
Democrats on many Issues,
listing affordable housing, civil
rights and aid to the elderly as

and agreement several"swimming others the death of like against but those penalty.national said the areas he stream"on defense was of Feast Your Eyes On Our Easter Prices.

I also oppose gun control," SHOP WBNN-DIXII
Grant told the crowd, and I ,
want prayer In the schools. This YOU SHANK HALF HAMS La 99't t .
sets me far apart from the
democrats on these issues."
Grant called for more militaryaid EASTER FEAST SHANK PORTION HAMS La 99C i
to the contras In Nicaragua, 4jt'J
saying the USSR Is outspending GRADE 'A' j
us In Central America by"over a
$billion per year". A W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED I W-D REGULAR

FIIP TroopersContinue CRYOVAC SLICED FREE'-} 10 LBS. and UP

Vehicle Inspections License WHOLE BROAD BREASTED

Bradford CountyThe
Florida Highway Patrol will G1r
vehicle be conducting inspection driver checkpoints license dur and SMOKED HAMS TURKEYS

ing the week of March 17 through
March 23 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,
SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,
CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A M
in Bradford County. pl, iIIIi.Ilp.gll"' 11 0o aEII'IIIP"tllllli. -
The atrol has found these check- i lllll __..___________
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points to be an effective means of enforcing tp00III dP"i I
the equipment and driver IIUII' 0 I III,IIUIdIIU.IIVI' II; .(
license laws of Florida while insuring +i p D1 11,111111301111''Igllll"m
the rotection of all motorists. lu'llll'' '" I II III''i' i,;i iIlllb"Ilpll'IIIIUIIy
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Union CountyThe a
II''llil''IIbIIriII' IpIttii iiilllalllIii.ill f0 ION
Florida Highway Patrol will IIII
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be conducting driver license and fl.l. P
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- ill tAa Y
ing the week of March 17 through
March 23 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,
SR-241, SR-238 CR-18, CR-237,
CR-229, CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A
and CR-796A in Union County.

FLORIDA TWIN Winn-Dixie' EVIEk l !

Starke 964-5451

1i 2.00 SPECIAL eTM ItiT'i 1
Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Showing

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Closed Wed. & Thurs. ,, : ;''; ',

RAIN MANDUSTIN When you buy groceries Just ask your
cashier to "even total to the
up" your grocery
HOFFMANTOM WIN 'STORESsoP Mf next dollar. The funds collected will l go to The
rRlanT: Ear MARCH 113-22, 1989 Salvation to fresh food Items for
CRUISE I[!!] 9ELI Army provide
needy families.


Friday 7:00: &9:20:
Sat. & Sun. 5:30 &8:30: :: LOW PRIG! LOW

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Pest Control Professionals 2-LTR. LISTERINEMOUTHWASH
to Identify them & CINNAMON or BUTTERMILK 9IJTEMWT j BTL .l .
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I I Antique Preview Show & SaleToniffht!!


Spring Is here in Florida and it's time for Starke's Antique and Collecti- feature "white- elephants" and ...wut
ble Show.This will be the crafts contributed by members, hopefully
seventh annual show and each one is better than with
many Items Just can't
the one before you resist. There will be snacks, candies,
cookies and
The Bradford County Fairgrounds, on US 301, one mile north of Starke, In the Kountry Kitchen lunch
will again be the location for this show. The dates for the show are March will be served on Friday Saturday and
16-19. The Preview Show will be on March 16 from 6-8 p.m. Regular show chicken Sunday- great examples of Southern cooking at its best. On Sunday,
hours on Friday and Saturday (mar. 17.18)) are from 10a.m. to 8 ,and tetrazzini will be the treat. Turkey, ham and tuna sandwiches.
p.m. along with and chili
will be
Sunday hours (Mar. 19)) will be from noon until 5 p.m. the Junior soup on sale throughout the show hours, and
Admission Is $2 at the door and Woman's Club will again have the Hamburger Chuckwagon for
your ticket is good for all four days, In- your pleasure.The .
cluding the preview show. best is yet to come...the Dessert Booth...with samples of
The items for sale will be specialties
varied,with booths displaying all kinds of anti- made by club members and the delectable
strawberry shortcake and
ques and collectible show itenu,such as figurines, ,coun- cheesecakes. The
clods logo of Bradford County is that have "the FJ
try items, tin ware, baskets, china we sweetest I A ry
quilts, mirrors, furniture, strawberries this side of heaven". So if choose this dessert
books,dolls,etc. A real plus Is a booth that will have plenty of information for a real treat. Be sure to try itl! you you're I

about reworking and renewing antique furniture, and pieces not so anti The$1 advance ticket (or$2 at the door)will entitle you to a chance on a .
que.The daily door prize and on the drawing for the grand prize of$100 dollars to be T '
Strawberry Boutique:.the. booth! sponsored by the Woman's.Club will awarded at 4 p.m. on Sunday. Trooper D. F. Hudson I

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Trooper Hudson I I

Assigned To Serve

Three County Area I
Trooper Dwain F. Hudson, a
17-year veteran of the Florida
Highway Patrol, has been recently
assigned to serve in the three county
area of Baker, Bradford and Union.
Hudson comes from a very busy
Alachua County where he worked as
t many as 40 accidents a day to this
; quiet rural area where he may not
''CLOSED'' ii NIA i iry work an accident for several days."I .
love it," said Hudson. "After
working Miami, Belle Glade and
U. S CHOK! r Alachua, I am really enjoying being
Easter ch in this area and I plan to stay here, !
said Hudson.
Sunday Also assigned to the State Special ,
MARCH 28 Response Team. Similiar to a swat
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE team, the 20 members represent 11 I
counties. They train monthly to be
LEAN SUPERBRAND ready for crowd control or other ,

RIB BOSTON BUTT ICE emergencies During the as past may year arise.Hudson wasa

spotter on a FHP aircraft working
with local and state law enforemcent I
agencies for the irradication of ,
ROAST PORK ROAST CREAM marijuana which is an ongoing task.
Hudson is also assigned to the
RACE Detail Task Force, which
fights criminal activity in the rest
areas on interstate highways. The
object is to make the rest areas a
STORE safe place for decent people, said
HOURS Hudson. Fighting drugs, prostitutionand
theft is a constant battle in the
8 A.M. unprotected areas. Several arrests
TlL were made recently at a rest area on
$39 1-10, said Hudson.
11 P.M. Married, the Hudson's continue to
live just inside the Alachua County
HALF line. They have two sons, one serv-
ing in the Navy and one an electrician
LB. LB. GAL.WD in Ft. Pierce.



As I walk outside and look at the
WO fog and clouds, I feel safe with the
_.. U.S. CHOICE HALF or GRADE 'A'BAKING WHOLE MADISON BRAND knowledge that just as the fog and
88c 4 B clouds in own mind have been
: LAMB IB. cleared away these too will
!;- SAUSAGE disperse, giving way to a bright and
'it C secure day.
; ; < FRYER LIVERS E 7Q E $199 For over a year United Citizens
\ Wrr:!: 4J jU; u Against Pollution (UCAP) has work
t9t1SII' .....'iI.288 KIST w S131---POLSHA,0l"'HOT. r ed 'long' and'hard.investigate, t
FRYER 88'i" educate"and protect our community
LB. GIZZARDS LB u Interest'concerning the Hazardous
W.O GRADE' REDI.BASTED U.S D.A INSPECTED W-D Waste Incinerator for Ellerbee
TURKEY .+ +,'LB. PKG. REGULAR Curve: There are many people who
$198 1tm $109 have dedicated their time and mon-
158 areas.
FRYER BREAST u $248 . LI.WD My basic belief in God assures me
0 there is a reason for everything and
'ilt_ 118 MADISON BRAND with His endure and
help we can prosper
$49 TURKEY BOLOGNA Sge from our circumstance. But I

COOKED HAM u LB. or FRANKS . Lt also believe we must put forth the effort
FRESH and do what we can if we expect
God to help.. The who have
EVERYDAY come together and helped UCAP in
tVEAYOAY LOW PRICE PRODUCE its battle against the Hazardous
1, / :. SOW PaltE Waste Incinerator have not done so
for a personal gain. Yet, through
Nature makes the produce.
I their mutual endeavor they have
WlNN DIXIE makes the difference.
es gained new friends and developedclose
bonds with others who share
0 ; I : s 1 their same ideals and goals. These
EIII HARVEST FRESH friendships will linger on long after
the need of UCAP has been relieved.
I They have gained confidence in
::\ themselves and learned that every
)." ', }, ,-, person Is important and even though
4ge most of us feel we don't make a dif-
pA1CE I I ..'.. 'oj! ference, bonded together, we can
LOW HEAD and do make a difference.
Though fog and clouds of our
'--t minds may be brought by lack of I
knowledge or confidence in UCAP's
'\ CALIFORNIA goal or because we still honestly }
believe we,one person,can't make a
NAVEL difference, there Is still time tp
clear this away. Won't you take the
time to learn about UCAP and the
reasons we oppose the Hazardous
I EVEIIYDAY LOW Plilct J 9 Waste Incinerator and discover how
QUARTERSFLEISCHMANN'S '' '' $11 important you are to UCAP and your
ALL VARIETIES 9ge t community?Now is the time to clear
CONVENIENCE MARGARINE SIll VINNIE'SPIZZA the fog and clouds from your mind
PAMPERS by being informed. Won't you take
TEXAS or the time to help in this very urgent

I DIAPERS SUPERBRAND BISCUIT . 6 !PIG.HI $100 C matter Don't?just walk outside,see the fog

n9 8 9 RED and go back inthinking one person,
$9 KRAFT MILD $ 19 DELICIOUSAPPLES one hour or one dollar won't matter.
"u EA. Please help yourself,your community -
EA. CHUNK CHEESE SIZE and UCAP prevent the Hazardous
LIGHT HOMESTVLB or BUTTERMILK Waste Incinerator from becoming a
SUPERBRAND GGO $ 09 reality at Ellerbee Curve.
TOMATO SAUCE O 15$109 MARGARINE . SLE s'', WAFFLES . gALL $11 9 your Take children responsibility, your health for your and your life,

PURCHASE FREEI eAas home,instead of sitting back and let-
STARKE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR ting others decide what we shouldeat

PHARMACIES MARKETPLACE ,drink,breathe and be exposed to
WUJMOOKDEASTER CALICO HARVEST FRESH while they live In an unaffectedarea.
SSeBROCCOLI This incinerator is not for burning
MARCH ?g, 1989 /
.. l : +Y SALAD SCALLOPS lUNCH paper or trash! It is for
1s wH RFy, IDAHOE $ 48REFILLABLE Webster's Dictionary gives us as a
t E glimpse of what we can look forward
FHESH SEAFOOD to by defining these three words:
ANY NEW TRANSFERRABLE or -hazardous: of or Involving

PRESCRIPTION B LB. ALL MARIE'SDRESSINGS VARIETIES! $17 a.. chance-toxic;:risky poison.; dangerous; perilous.

COUPON GOOD MARCH 16-22, 1989 JS40CTHEADLESS 1/ $ 99 u -waste: to destroy, devastate
you can do and how Important YOU
are to UCAP before later becomes

H tlon You or can send write a donation for more to informa-UCAP. v y tl J

( STORES AND QUICK CHECKOUT Route 2, Box 2801 Starke, FL 32091,* |

or 984 4589.call Sally .or Marty Gotta .< I'

__ Be sure to attend the Hazardous
Waste Awareness Day at Lawtey

:Community School this. Saturday, i
liar. 18, from 4-7 p.m. '
Sandi Tomlinson,Lawtey

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Slight Increase in Phone Bill Coming
Girl Scout
Effective April 1,Central Telephone Company of Florida customers will
see a slight Increase in their monthly bills as the last scheduled incrase in
the federally-mandated Subscriber Line Charge goes into effect.
Week Set "The Subscriber Line Charge for residential and single-line business
customers will increase from W.20 to$3.50 per month"said Lou Carrion,
general services manager "while the per-line rate for multi-line and Cen-
Mar. 12-17 trex business customers will increase from $5.49 to$S.64 per month."
Carrion stressed that the Subscriber Line Charge is applied to the bills of
all telephone customers in the United States by order of the Federal Com
4 munications Commmision (FCC) and is not connected to the rates chargedby
local telephone companies."The .
Subscriber Line Charge helps cover the cost of giving every
GIRL SCOUTS. telephone customer around-the-clock access to the nationwide long
distance network"Carrion said. "Before the 1984 breakup of AT&T and its
Girl Scout Cookies are here.When regional Bell companies that access cost was built into long distance
you purchase G. S. cookies you sup- rh rates. After the break-up the FCC ordered local telephone companies to
port educational and challenging \k. bill their customers directly for that access in the form of the SubscriberLine
programming for young women in 1k. Charge. That charge was implemented in stages,starting in 1985 and
our area. the last scheduled increase goes into effect April 1," Carrion said.
All the delicious flavors of years'past ; '-.. Even with the latest increase in the Subscriber Line Charge Carrion
are available, plus a brand new :. said the overall cost of telephone service for the average Centel customeris
cookie. Country Heart Chocolate lower today than it was five years ago.PINEHURST .
Chip Cookies continue the tradition j .... .... .
with an all natural cookie that ji4't .
blends oatmeal, raisins and /
chocolate with a honey glaze. a ". \ .
For over half a century Girl Scout n y VARIETYBe
cookies have been a part of our lives. I
Last year in North Florida 746,856 "
boxes of cookies were sold. Two- Ready for Easter
thirds of the money earned duringthe
sale of the cookies remains in our .. BUY NOW!
area. It underwrites program opportunities I
for girls and troops. "

The price remains at $2 a box. __ In our craft section, we have baskets,
Scouts are delivering 1,300 cases \ we./.
of cookies in Bradford Union but we Cookies Are Here...! Easter bunnies, silk flowers and
will continue to sell cookies for the
next two weeks. Junior Troop 461 Leader Nancy WeUter I U shown loading more cookie for her acouti In Lake Butler.The troop... greenery. Come by and see us. We also

For speedy delivery call 496-3940 old and paid for 277 cae of cookies Yeahl Lake Butler cookie eaten and Troop 461. have DMC thread. We have a large
in Lake Butler, 431-1785 in Raiford The building I homing Bradford Union Cookie Cupboard b at the American Legion en Edward Road Thank to the
473-3856 in Keystone Heights or member,of Pal ..... selection of fine fabrics.
964-5812 in Starke.
presented by Debbie Ferrar of TV Omni Hotel In Jacksonville.
SaluteTo President's Brunch Channel 17.Scouts Presiding was The Reverend John WE DO ALTERATIONSWe
Saturday at Omni C. Barbour of the National Con-
The American Dame The first annual President's Receive ference of Christians and Jews. In-
Congratulations to the Girl Scout Brunch last Saturday at the Omni in God and Country Award vocation was given by The Reverend Are
Leaders who were honored last Jacksonville was attended by Andrea Rhiannon Bott a Junior Girl Scout Father John Pollard of Sacred Heart A New Home Sewing Machine Dealer
weekend as American Dames. Abrams Judy Dukes, Carolyn from Starke (Troop 605) was awarded Church in Jacksonville. Father
Laurie Mullins,Cathy Hilliard and Eaves and Laurie Mullins. President a Religious Emblem Award Cer- Pollard was a former member of St. 964-5587
Carolyn Eaves each received a of Gateway Girl Scout Council tificate March 5 at the Citywide Edward's Catholic Church in Starke.
beautiful Medallion Certificate and Pam Fey from Gainesville greetedthe Religious Emblem Awards Assem Attending the ceremony from OPEN 7:00 8:00
carnation at the conclusion of the large group of guests before Starke were Mr. and Mrs. Richard : a.m. p.m. 7 Days A Week
dramaization honoring the brunch was served. An outstandingwoman ble.At the Assembly Girl Scouts and Coss Mr. and Mrs. David Bott and Located across from Southslde Elem.
American woman Saturday night. was honored in each of the Boy Scouts were recognized for their son Chris. Mary Bott is Leader of
Past (5irl l Scout Leaders who were five worlds with their award service to God and County at the Brownie Troop 301
honored included Lila Rae Yawn
Elizabeth Walker and Cynthia Tra a
Zurfluh. Also Oleeta Hardenbrpok
who serves as 'chief chef for BU. TULLER ,,

Awareness Day Chiropractic Center '

Set at Lawtey Keystone Heights Office We Sell It Weln.ta9It We Caunntee Itountry _

Sat., Mar. 18 2608, S. Lawrence Blvd w y c L.

A fund-raising Awareness Day
will be held Saturday, !March 18, 473-7213 .
at Lawtey Community School o- .

m. arpets boa 'ry
Smoke pork and chicken din Amts
ners will be served from 46:30p : S or
m. at $3 per plate, children's Residential q
plate of fried chicken, $1. PAIN CONTROL Commercial
Country music by "The Rising Headaches Work Related i SUPER SPECIAL
!Moon" of Gainesville will be Sports CarpetVinyl>
Neck a Arm
featured during the afternoon. .Personal .
Articles to be auctioned off will Back .Auto Accidonts Tiled SAXONY PLUSH
be on display at 4 p.m., with bid- Low Back Leg
ding set for 5 p m. Auction items Cf11l' ,"'rood Parquet. OR # 99 =
';- ;, .'';. donated by merchants and in- \ ,_. Hardwood: : SCULPTUREDJHIGHLOW. "
.. 'j dividual will include ai' Sq.Yd.
M''; '.i .homenrffld Suilt, antique lamp, DI .RICHARD ,:re. IfFl00r\ ,\ 9 '* :,; aWes'
\ '" ; y
with ,
antique wood-burning stove, a Ceral1C11tTe a..cAJlPsr.4W ,
goat and a small mule, CHIROPRACTIC CARE FREE Rebond Pad
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homemade dolls twin-size box
spring and mattress set, wooden WHEN YOU NEED IT ESTIMATES '
porch swing, lawn figurine pictures 24 HOURS A DAY 7 F1 g 964-610, '
plants, flowers, and much, le 9
much more. DAYS A WEEK r op MSat.. -T
Desserts:: soft drinks and. snow- .
cones will be on sale. Office Hours: 9-
All who want to help
pay expenses persons of legal action to Mon.-Fri.! 8:30-6:00: : p.m. Sat. By Appointment r 7

stop a hazardous waste plant .
from coming to Union County are
urged to attend this event.

Vo-Tech OffersCitizenship Training L Bar A Trailers "Begorrah "

964.8040 2 1/2 miles down a In
Instruction to become a permanent Forsyth Rd.
citizen of the United States is
being given now at the Bradford-
Union Vocational-Technical Centerin BLOOMING ANNUALS AZALEASAND
Educational requirements for per All types of trailers Custom Built VEGETABLES Beautiful
manent residence are: A temporary spring-H ,
resident applying for permanent (horse, cattle, any other) Individual ke colors. ,
residence must demonstrate that plants in 4" In one
he/she possesses a minimal
pots gallonpots
understanding of basic English and Truck bodies flat beds @
knowledge of US history and govern or dumps 199
ment or must demonstrate that
he/she is satisfactorily pursuing a : 79 $ ((10 or more)
course of recognized study leadingto Custom of trailersor i 19
satisfactory understanding of rebuilding 2 ......9 or'leas
ment.English US history and govern- truck bodies.

An applicant can show that he/she GRO-TONE weeds are a
is satisfactorily pursuing a course of problem, use
study by completing 40 hours of a CAMELLIA -'-
recognized 60 hour English and Welding aluminum, stainless steel AZALEA -
civics course; submitting a high
school diploma from a U.S. school or GARDENIA WEED &: FEEDf'itJ
a GED diploma from a U.S. school; Premium
that he/she has attended -
demonstrating one academic year at an accredited Sale of aluminum and steel for your use. Balanced diet for food plus Iron rtorco// I
state institution, with work plus atrazine. the
s including 40 hours of study in Parts for trailers, hitches and electric wiring all acid loving plants proven weed 9i\fl\!

English and civics; OR completing 06' bag 2.19 killer
40 hours of home study and passing a installed on your truck or trailer.Phone 1O# bag 3.99
proficiency test for legalization. Bag covers
Applicants who meet the following unlisted so save this number. Lewis Arrington 25# bag 6.99 3000 sq. ft.IID .
conditions are exempt from educa-
tion requirements:
1. 16 years of age or younger; TORO PRE-SEASON '
2. 65 years of age or older; .
3. 50 years old and have lived in 1 RIDER SALE
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I U.S. 20 years; I OWN YOUR OWN HOMEFor
I 4. Have a physical disability which 2OO :
makes the applicant unable to acquire OFF :
I all four citizenship skills.
all 8 & 12 H.P. Rldor & Tractor :
f Less Than You Would Rent!
Now Pay
Register .. (Mod. 56123 excluded) :
For Vo-Tech Courses '- Shown, Mod. 88150 S h.p. ICnglno :

I The following courses are being offered \-i elect.Hart,92"44n-1 d.ck. ;
." at the Bradford-Union Area No s k.tD Low S Mow up lo 1.i acres par hour.
Vocational-Technical Center beginning l DownPayment +
r Closing
'' All in April.classes require. pre- ia fi Itff Cot L't ::

registration. For further Informa- 8 im >?
,"' tion call 964-6800, ext. 122. I After'S
&iisysyi pm s 1 In 7 veal
CHILD CARE PRETEST: 4/4, Now $51 mo. I E
Tuesday : .m., Free. OFFICE: ., :, 473-3028 catagort** on Toro Revolving'Credit (
CHILD CARE ((20 hrs.) CER- 9646033'or r by leading
TIFICATION: 4/25-5/25, t ean.ume M, Plan all All tONl. Moml

Tues./Thurs.,7-9 p.m., $5. fr "f' 473-1039
-CPR, 4/3 and 4/5, Mon/Wec., 7-10 964-7282 .r ,, r J''ifi ""' W THE GARDEN SHORE:
p.m.,12. ..r..:. -" 2ii4iMCtel ; -stfs:: > 't5
I FIRST AID: 4/17.26, Mon/Wed., 4. .fe' ... t ....-' : .r 1.... at Florida Bat Contro

IBE&INNING FLOWER ARRANGING 8 BR.11/3 Bath 539 E. Call Street Starke LoAfw ;

: 4/18-5/30 Tues.,7-10 p.m.,$18. GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO. Fh. 964-5745 tf6alADl
: 4/2CH/I?ThIll"I7-10P.II1! $18. HIfiJiway301 South'Starke6fENMoaFii.8a.m.tl5p.m.Scitudayaa.m.tlNoon Open Man. Sat 8-6 --
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I Lady Indians Roll OverBy BHS, TICS

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Mark Frledlln Keystone Heights and Is net to Singletary was hot at the plateas
LRM Sports Writer begin at 3:30: p.m. well going 3-4 with a double
The KIllS Lady Indian Softball KHHS defeated BHS by a and a pair of singles. LefUlelder r
team has a perfect 4-0 record on whopping 18-1 score behind a Michele Richardson batted 2-3
the season after big wins this sizzling 5-5 performance at the with two rbl's.
week over Bradford and Hamilton outfielder Suzl Ponder.
plate by The ladles also turned a double
County.The Ponder hit a solo homer deep play on defense In the fourth In
Lady Indians return from Into centerfield In the third Inning ning. Shortstop Deborah
Spring Break March 30 to take and slapped four singles as Collins, secondbaseman Krlsta 't''''.." .
on Union County In a big district Carrol and Slngletary were In on
.matchup. The game will be. In_ well.Junior flrstbaseman Raquel the play.
KHHS pounded Hamilton :
County 23-3 Monday as Ponder
I I turned In another all-state per- .... .- .
formance, going 4-5 with a '
homer In the second Inning a f. q_>d... I
double In the fourth and three
rbl's.Outfielder MelanIe Phillips ,;.. '. .-,. ... -.... .- : ..... I, I
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broke loose at the well ::. .... .. :
plate as -.. l
--- going 3 3 with a home run In the ,.._..-.'_",--:- --. ,.;.-J w. -.-' -" ,..,'1.-.: .Lt d >rOutstanding. ,.,.:::3.-_-...'.'.':.''-.. .... "' .'-. ... ."""' 'L"'-: .Ji..I -. .. '
third and two rbl's. ...- I
Fisher Marsh Hawk 3V
..---..... Lady Indian outfielder SuzIe Ponder...outstanding at the plate In two game for KIDIS this week,going 3-3 again 'I
..... See Page 7B Bradford High and 4-S against<< Hamilton County.
--- Ponder aenlor,hit two horocruna the streak,along with a pair of double and...rbL I

.--. ATTENTIONToro Indians Face Rants

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In 1st District GameBy
::' ::: Owners" & ,

rsa Mark Frledlln guys are also getting some I
? I Here's a great new LRM Sports Writer painful but valuable experience."
a .: tournament-class fishing V.I.P. Members The KHHS baseball team Indian Head Coach Jim I
:: boat system that will make your fought hard but lost a close 7-9 Gawrlluk said. "We played some '
::: fishing more fun than ever. Plus, you get famous Fisher quality decision to 4A Fletcher last good ball against Fletcher, I
:: design features and long-lasting value, so you know you get your PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ON ANY weekend In Keystone Heights. which Is a 4A team and Is fa-
money's worth, and more. FREE TORO RIDER GOOD THRU MARCH 31 then fell 12-4 to 2A Baker vored In their district this sea I
CALL FOR PICK-UP TODAY County Monday.The son. We are giving up too many
S Complete 1 Rod Savers, young Indians who lost walks and we still have some er-
=: Instrumentation! Rod Holders! almost their entire last year's rors In the Infield we have to
Twin Electric Livewells! Custom-Matched Deluxe ANNUAL TUNE-UP state final four team to graduation correct. but these guys should I
SPECIAL now has a 1-7 record but be alright with some more game
> Mariner! 40 With Drive On Trailer! "
:: has a chance to get off to a good under their belts.
:: Power Trim! hitter for the Indiansso
start In those all-Important dis- Leading
1 Plus Much, Much More!
== Mariner Stalker! Electric! t trict games Friday when they far Us Tim Hardee. Sopho-
;;.. Humminbird TCR 10t Factory Rigged, 24 rw qrts s r I 'o. travel to Interlachen for a 4 p.m. more pitcher Tony Paredes
Fish Finderl! Ready To Go Fishing! lubrt.Cheap. contest. turned In a solid performance
"We're young and we're strug- against Baker with Just one walk
Run with the leader.Fisher.No one else even comes close. ..Clua.Entlr Ottsharpen Mow.r gling a bit but these younger and had four strikeouts.
On Sale Now Just Blade -
.I- Adjust Carburetor TORO
@ .CI...Air FllUf Tennis Teams
$139.362Gr ..tub ThretU I
Chock All Null a BolUAdjiut
Mariner .
faweradtty Bnkn k B.1U Pre-Season Sale On All -
PER MO., ..Service All T1r.*B." Mowers & Catchers Mark Frledlln wins over KIrby Hildebran of
OIUM Fitting LRM Sports Writer BHS ((8-1)) and Chris Smith of
\ erCit KHHS tennis teams split a pair .Oak Hall ((8-6).
of matches this week with the Other winner for the boys ,
boys beating Bradford 5-2 and against Oak Hall included: Lee I
TACKLE -sRYAt\ls- Oak Hall 6-1 to improve their 8-6 over Jon Hall; Chad
& MARINEThurs.Fri. Hmrdwmn record to 3-0 on the season. Moseley. 8-6 over Donnie Bagley
The Indian guys were led by top and Steve Daniels an 8-3 win-
seed Derek ner over David Ball.
.: Noon-IOpm BLVD. Mill -9f Courtney who turned In a pairof In doubles. Glenn and Court-
Saturday: 10am-10pm (1 mile south of 218 on Standing Blvd) overpowering performances ney defeated Marls and Smith 8-
Sunday: Noon-6pm 282-3115282-3116 .t on court one registering easy Seerage7B131

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6-8-8 bagYor ten. o I .

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[ Goldkist told John to FIELD FENCEr

ii L ; take inventory Monday Distemper Vaccines 10 ga. top & bottom wires '*

IF i : / Kim just t won $$9,000,00, Barrel 1 Sleeping sickness in stock. :;I ON SALE $71.00

s J Racing in Texas, and George ; 1 j
M >y: :t'' is Happy also. oun ALL GATES IN I
I'i ; Killerlb'5U q t.
I So George & Kim Weed STOCK -
10% OFFAll '
Ii Spectricide
: Said lets sell it Lawn & Gardens

s I instead ofcounting Insect Control 6.95 qt. I'

i.'r! i r it. fence post in stock

is : 10% Sevin Dust 6.95 qt. On Sale

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I]i All the pretty Precision $46.95 ALLHORSE

colors ofRocky Garden Seeder
: ':1 TACK

1:1;h I Mtn. 22 Reduced for clearance I II.

: Jeans & LongRifle S Coordinated colors !
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i Wranglers ""' Shells

Ii'J I -'On Sale, $1.25 box 4

3 i'" $ $18,99 i U- D'S TlMlIE TO I

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Fl IIII,' From $45.0( r i FRESH

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I: ( GOLD KIST Contractor's Tomatoes Egg Plants''

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I "There Ought To Be A Law"Do

you have an idea for a new law ment, passed the "Telephone
which would better protect Florida Solicitation Law" in an effort to pro-
consumers? If so, Commisisoner of tect consumers from the nuisance of
Agriculture Doyle Conner encourages these unwanted calls. The law has A
you to participate in the been in effect since Oct. 11987. l '
fourth annual "There Ought to be a Previous "winning" topics> have r == == .'
Law" contest. dealt with requests for: disclosuresby r 2Pr
Held each year in observance of charity organizations as to how
National Consumer's Week, the con donations are spent (1988))); the
test is an opportunity for consumersto posting of standard medical procedure -
introduce their ideas into the law- prices by doctors and
making process. The Florida Con hospitals (1987) and a ban on the _
sumers Council, which sponsors the manufacture and use of guns with --
contest, annually includes the winning sufficient plastic) to pass airport
entry in its list of legislative metal detectionn ((1986)).
recommendations to the Florida Entries lor tne uses! contest shouldbe
Legislature.The typed or written legibly and sent .
most popular topic over the to: 'There Ought to be a Law", If.r
past two years has been unsolicited Florida Consumers Council, 213
telephone calls. In 1987, the Florida Mayo Building,Tallahassee,Florida
Legislature, heeding public senti- 323990800.Manicuring t 1V1

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Top Notch...
These member*of the Bradford High School Jazz band made an overall In the middle from left to rlghtt Matthew Eunice,Josh BuU and Pamela 1
Pedicuring Superb at the Florida Band AuoclaUon Solo Ensemble Festival at Bocholz High Patterson 1 I
School.Gainesville In the rean: Johnny Frampton, Billy Stephen,Jimmy Quulette,Danielle I

& Sculpture Nail Class and From Mike left McElroy.Starke to right. on the front rows Ron Whirl Paul Coleman Scott Duncan Smith, Karen Hodge, Mlckl: Becker, Kevin Boone and BID Starling

Enrollment is being taken for a Native Tries For Third Execution 1
Manicuring Pedicuring and Sculpture Nail :' .
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Class at Vo-Tech. Program length: 120 hours. Condemned killer Marvin Edwin The 46-year-old Johnson is under time, as Johnson was leaving the ed the death penalty. --
Hours are 6:00: p.m. til 10 p.m. evenings. Johnson, who grew up in a rural his third death warrant for the June store with the money, the phar- Roger Mullaly, now a minister,
but who knew Johnson
Monday Thursday class will begin March 27. : area west of Starke, is awaiting 1978 murder of Pensacola phar- macist starting shooting, but missed when they
possible execution on death row at macist Woodrow Moulton 56. Court records show that Johnson were serving on a Georgia
Last day for enrollment is Friday, March 24. Florida State Prison while his at- Johnson was twice schedule for ex- then walked back into the store and prison road gang, said Johnson had
torneys turn to a federal judge Tues- ecution, once in May 1982 and againin shot Moulton in the chest at close been involved in armed robberiesand
Cosmetology Class : day in hopes of getting another stay. March 1988, but won stays both range. burglaries! in several Southern
states. He and Johnson
times. The Florida Supreme Court turned met again in
Applications are now being taken for : According to an AP story Tuesday Johnson, a classmate of Correc- down an appeal from Johnson in 1979 at FSP. Mullaly was released in
tions Richard at he had missed a 1982 and later ordained as a minister
Cosmetology Class. Financial assistance : datelined Tallahassee, Secretary Dugger December
Johnson's case is pending before Bradford High School,escaped froma two-year deadline for filing. Two involved in prison ministries. He
programs are available for those who qualify. U.S. District Judge Maurice Paul in Tennessee prison after the phar- dissenting Judges, however, said the now says he has been receiving let-

Hours are 8:00: a.m. til 3:00: p.m., Monday Tallahassee, but no hearing date has macy/robbery murder. court was ignoring the possibilitythat "he ters is from preparing Johnson for and the believes hereafter.that"
been set.NON According to news accounts at the Johnson might not have deserv-
through Friday.
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For more information, call : Final Dispositions in Bradford Traffic Court; 0The I

BradfordUnionVocationalTechnical -- ... ..--
following cases received final James Lewis Jamison pled guilty under the influence (DUI; fined' Richard Edward Jolley pled guilty
Center : disposition in Bradford Traffic driving while license suspended $437.50, license suspended six mon- DWLS; fined $137.50, Trl County
Criminal Court March 7. (DWLS);fined$120.25,three months ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours Probation 60 days.
probation. community work,Tri County Proba- Jolley pled guilty unlawful tag;
609 N. Street Starke FL
Orange Larry Wayne Moore pled no con- Timothy Gregory Paige charged: tion one year. $52 court costs, 60 days Tri County
((904)) 964-6150, ext. 126 test improper tag; ordered to pay with careless driving; dismissed. Robert Daryl Mullen charged with Probation (consecutive).
.$25! court costs. Paige pled guilty fleeing attempting expired tag; dismissed. Larry Givins pled guilty DWLS;
.,... r'J' Vt Qo. ', Pr6. k,. I" I.' I. | '*4> pluda police; fined,4)2035. .,jf"'Jlas rJUullenpled.,- guj1ty\.etpire3agj\, \ ,.'fined $163.25. >fc, Cf4
? .
) Paige charged with DWL3)<;provided -'*" valid& .$ 2a> costs6; .v :Jilt.'Lyn Shore' pled no'contest
Mullens pled guilty DWLS; possession of more than one Florida
valid license dismissed.i provided
1 : : : valid, drivers.li/Anaa.._.. >, dismiss; ""'..a8 lI aft8 ."'.. '8 6ft.!
Kelvin iruger pica guilty driving % Ut 1VC& B 1U.CII9C, **!*rnur b vuau Ciliu
ed.SIIAPPER. dismiss.
Shore pled no contest DWLS;
presented valid license; $52 court
costs, dismiss.
Alphonso Eugene Anderson pled
guilty DWLS; present valid license
and pay $52 or pay$120.25.
< ) Christopher Sapp pled guilty no
valid driver's license (NVDL) and
expired tag; 60 days Tri County Probation
50 community work.
Your old Wade G. Loggins pled no contest
moweris DUI; fined $436.50, license suspended -
six months,attend DUI school,50
Itr hours community work Tri County

worth at least Probation Keith McCoy one year.Jones pled no contest

NON. DWLS; fined $120.25.
Jones charged with unlawful tag;

dismissed.John Lamar Crews charged with

$ expired tag; dismissed.
Crews pled no contest DWLS; $52
io court costs.
Crews char( ed with no motorcycle
license; dismissed.
Crews pled no contest DWLS; $52
court costs.
Douglas Hinson Hardy pled no
contest DWLS; provided valid
Maybe more. license, $120.25 court costs.
Hardy charged with careless driving -
; $32 court costs.
James McLoon,Jr.pled no contest
When trade to NVDL; Tri County Probation 60
you up Snapper. days, 40 hours community work,

Now's the time to buy a Snapper riding mower. Get rid of your old waive fine and costs.
rider and receive a generous trade allowance toward your pur- Mark Beard pled no contest
chase of a Snapper at regular retail price.With a Snapper you'll unlawful tag; provided valid tag, 40
get the dependability you've hours community work.
always wanted.And SnapCreditcan Beard pled no contest DWLS; provided
make it easy to own one valid license, $52 court costs,
60 days Tri County Probation.
today. Hurry,
offer ends Beard pled no contest DWLS; provided
soon. valid license. J

14 ft. Stump Knocker II with casting platform Traffic
Evelyn A. Davis pled guilty issu-
25 HP Mercury ing worthless check; ordered to
j make restitution and pay $52 court
B & S Galvanized Trailer $3735 plus tax costs, 30 days court probation.John .
Amale.'f Lamar Crews pled no contest
assault; fined $120.25 five days In
jail, one year Tri County Probation,
I Complete fishing package WARRANTY no contact with victim.
Carlos A. Nieves pled no contest
4 ; $ 6I 9irwraraw disorderly Intoxication; dismissed.
Nieves pled no contest resisting
I Come visit. us in our new showroom roraeasa wois dKSOI.o moa.i--nee. arrest without violence; fined
$120.25, six months Tri county Probation

.1 ; A !:' see our many Sport Craft Ski Rigs alcohol one abuse year, violate, seek no treatment laws. for

I :' f.o;; ; powered by,Mercury;Motors petit Ester theft L.; fined Smith$120.25.pled no contest

; Michael D. Starling pled no contest
) >" ::1' .: : : /" possession marijuana; six mon
,. 1 ..,. ..' GRIFFI'S & SONS $ T Y. ths court probation violate on.laws
1 a" l'"liJI',(' fined $120.25.Willie .
:f. .N ,a;; .11.:1": U.S. 301 N..% 964-4461 :'.. R Kenneth DeSue pled no contest
,. : .
.; "' If not satisfied with the performance of your Snapper product return It within 14 trespass possession of drug
\ i{ r \ days after purchase for a full refund.Applies to new Snapper lawn I and garden paraphernalia; diimissed.
r, li.
; I. -: I "" J; products purchased at participating dealers for non-commercial use.See your DeSue pled no contest a second
;, t .j I .4'. t ercury.motor repairsalongside .dealer for details. AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS. charge of trespassTn County Probation
one ave in
waiwm.w vo.-.rm-n o year, days Jail
till.; . new showroom. ,' ,. credit ,far time served $52 pawlcats J
,, stay away from motI1eI'I
;,. .,. '.' r_It's a snap with a Snapper. I JI DeSue ordered to pay $50 court
.<<, ;;; \ t ,, .. costs for trespass; placed on. Trl

.I ;..a .., : ..:'.'_.1.. 1. OUTBOARDS sLf .;. \. ... MANNING LAWNMOWER Hwy 100.Keystone Beta..,Florida County Probation for payment.
,I ; .J, I'1iH\ M. :.. HOWARDS AUTO PARTS OO E. Main St., Lake Butler Florida' See Page SB
-,I -\1\ tTieLegendMoveYou: STARXE POWER EQUIPMENT 438 B.Walnut. Staxfce. Florida
DOCS SAW SHOP Patton St..Worthington Spfa.. Florida

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18 Year-Old Dies Man ChargedIn for the charges was set at Starke ManCharged County area with only minor injuriesand while license suspended (DWLS),
From Self-inflicted Feb. TheftA $2,000 cash or surety.Hampton in BurglaryA minor property damage include according to Patrolman Gordon

Shotgun Wound Man the following. Smith. He was released after a
21-year-old man has been charged -
22-year-old Starke has been
man $215.25 surety bond was posted.
Johnny; Lee Barnes, 18, of Starke with taking aluminum sheets and Charged In AccidentIf charged with stealing furniture froma Brian Keith Jones, 18, of Starke,
died Friday, March 10, at his trailer attempting to sell them at a recycl- home on W. Adkins St. while the driving a 1978 Oldsmobile, was Thomas L. Darling 29 of Mid-
home, apparently of a self-inficted ing business. another you vehicle are ,going to sideswipe residents were out of town. charged with driving with no valid dleburg was arrested March 12 for
Franklin George Wilkes, 21 was make sure it is not a
shotgun wound. Waldo Richard Dwayne Tyler allegedly driver's license March 6 In an acci- DWLS, according to Trooper D. C.
police officer's she will track
Barnes was found just after 10 arrested March 13 and charged with down. removed approximately three dent at Madison and Bay Sts.,accor- Roberts. Bond was set at$120.25, he
pm. by his family, according to grand theft and dealing in stolen pro- you pickup truck loads of furniture from ding to Patrolman Mack Short. Property was released on his own
March 4 at
7:25 while south-
Deputy Barry King. When the family perty, according to Lt. David bound : a m. the home, valued at$5,000, 'nd then damage was listed as $1,000. recognizance.
could not get him to come to the Aderholt. Wilkes allegedly stole the on CR-221 Debra M. Reinig'svehicle sold the furniture for$150,according Bond was set at $120.25, Jones was
door they broke into the trailer and aluminum from Hance Thornton was struck by a northbound to Deputy Harvey Rhoden. The theft released on his own recognizance.Jason Robert Ray King, 25, of Putnam
found Barnes on the floor. which was valued at $300 or more. vehicle which had crossed the center occurred several weeks ago. Someof Hall was arrested March 10 for
Barnes whose trailer was in the Wilkes then attempted to sell the line. The northbound vehicle did not the furniture has been recovered, Reed Kite, 16,of Starke was DWLS, according to Patrolman
yard of his family's residence on stolen property at Curtis-Bryant stop. Reinig, a Waldo patrolman, said Rhoden. found at fault for failing to yield Smith. He was released after a
Hammond Road north of Starke died Recycling in Hampton, said gave chase and found the vehicle, a Tyler was charged March 5 with right of way, according to $215.25 surety bond was posted.
from a single blast to the chest, said Aderholt. The incident occurrednear 1978 Ford parked at a house in burglary, grand theft and dealing in Patrolman Gordon Smith. Kite,
King. the end of February. Hampton. According to Trooper D. stolen property, said Rhoden. Bond driving a 1988 Ford pickup, attempted Timothy Wayne Tomlinson, 27, ofJacksonville
F. Hudson, he was contacted at that was set at $2,000 cash or surety. to make a left turn at the red was arrested March
time but when he arrived in Hampton Tyler light of SR-100 into the for DWLS
was additionally charged on crossing pathof 120 for failure to pay fine ,
there was no driver for the parked a capias with three counts of utter a southbound 1989 Isuzu pickup according to Chief Deputy Pat
7YN-B car. ing a forged bank check with bond driven by Steve William Jenkins, 33, Henry. He was released after a
Bradford However, the following day the set at$1,500 cash or surety.Tyler re- of Lawtey. Total damage in the $120.25 cash bond was posted.
driver, James V Slade, Jr., was mains in custody March 3 accident was $3,200.
Chiropractic Center located and charged with failure to Ronald Wade Wimberly, 29, of
drive in a single lane, leaving the Keith L.Geiger,27,of Hilliard was Riverview was arrested March 13
Starke Office scene of an accident and driving Fender BendersIn charged with careless driving in a for DWLS, according to Trooper
218 S. while license suspended. Bradford CountyRecent March 11 accident at US-301 and Roberts. He was released after a
Walnut St.
Damage to the vehicles totalled SR-18,according to Trooper William $215.25 cash bond was posted.
Next to the Chamber of Commerce $600, according to Trooper Hudson. accidents in the Bradford Abrams. Geiger was northbound on

US-301 towing a small trailer with a Boyd Phillips,18,of Starke was ar-
9644957PAIN car on it. Robert Bruce Yongue, 66, rested March 12 for wilful-wanton
of Jacksonville, driving a 1988 reckless driving, according to Deputy -
motorhome also northbound, slowedto King. He was released after a
stop for the traffic. Geiger, driv- $262.50 cash bond was posted.
ing a 1980 Chevrolet pickup, was
CONTROL unable to stop his vehicle and slid in Michael Sage was arrested March
Headaches the rear of th motorhome. The 7 for DWLS, failure to appear for
.Neck&Arm trailer being towed broke loose and DWLS from Alachua County, according
Mid Back INJURIES collided with the rear of the pickup, to Lt. John Hodges. Bond was
7i .fy said Abrams. Total damage was set at $650, he was released on his
Low Back& Leg Work Related listed at$3,000.Recent own recognizance. ,
.Sport 091

rf .Personal ArrestsIn
.Auto Accidents Bradford Emergency Dial 911

'. DR. W. DAVID SIKES Ip Salk Aluminum following arrests were madein
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER Bradford County by local Bradford County

CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS & Const. Inc. authorities. Rescue Answers

yk THE TEAM APPROACH: Serving Melrose Keystone,A Starke areas Marklee John Harris, Jr., 29, 119 Calls In Feb.
Starke was arrested March 12 for Bradford County Emergency
violation of control for
community Medical Services Rescue
24110URS A DAY 7 DAYS mm respondedto
aggravated battery, according to a total of 119 calls/or/runs duringthe
964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER POOL ENCLOSURES.CARPORTS Deputy Barry King. Bond was set at month of February,according to

Office Hours! Mon -Fri 8'30,6 00 o m\ Sat' 8 A olnlm"nt .GLASS &! VINYL WINDOWS \ $1,000 cash or surety. Supervisor Cliff Chapman.
Seventy-nine transports requiredthe
.WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS I Vincent Michael Veutimiglia of transporting of 82 patients.Forty
.ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS Hillsboro, MO was picked up at the calls required no transporting. The
New River West Unit March 10 at ex- back-up unit made eight runs and
PURPLE GATOR O piration of sentence, according to two patients were transported by
FREE FOR Deputy Gene Lee. Veutimiglia, a ShandsCair, one to Shands and one
Western Wear ;;t g Q : QUALITY'S fugutive from justice, is wanted for to Alachua General Hospital in
ESTIMATES SAKE violation of probation for robbery. Gainesville.TRAUMA I transportedtwo
Hwy 301 S. Starke 964-4809 CALL He was released to MO authorities. patients to University Hospitalin

Next to Gator II Farm Supply Il09.\ SAlK Jason Lee Crews,18,of Starke was Jacksonville.The majority. of the patients, 58,
arrested March 12 for possession of
1375-11061 were taken to Bradford Hospital.
alcohol by an under age person, ac- Shands
Nine were taken to
You Won't Wanna patients
if cording to Deputy King. Crews was 8 to Alachua General Hospital antifour :
iri N.W. 74th PI.
280O also with failureto
charged on a capias
to North Florida Regional
Take 'em Off ifV St.v. Mayer Man-g.r appear for criminal mischief with Hospital, all in Gainesville.
ifif CRC010166 bond set at$250. He released
Stats Cart) was on Illness related calls topped the list
his recognizance.
ifIf own of emergencies with 33 people

Timothy W. Kelsey was arrested needing attention. Eleven cardiac
March 14 for criminal mischief ac- patients and 11 respiratory'patients'

f iff tr,.BrucPollock MJD. '= He cording"was,released to Deputy after Harvey$250 Rhoden.surety!'.-.Jijx required: Fallg.wgf Rescue..ejQpeopleJ.n trauma
.. .and another to
1 '1tnl"" r4 bond was posted. eight runs were people
in trauma resulting from vehicle
IfV Williams accidents. Six runs were to obstretic
; Barry L. was arrested
If General Adult Medical Care March 13 for aggravated battery. patients and two calls were to drug
IfIf Pediatrics and Bond was set at $1,000 he was overdose victims.
released on his own recognizance. One call was to a gunshot wound
If 'ImmunizationsOffice victim and one was to a stabbing vic-

ItIf Gynecology and Robert Olin Fulgham, 32, was ar- tim.Two ,
rested March 11 for violation of probation people were in an emotional
IfIf Family Planning for dealing in stolen property, crisis and one person was dead when
1 Preventive Health Care and according to Deputy King. He was the unit arrived.
released after a $1,000 surety bond Eleven calls were cancelled and
Cancer Screening was posted. four were false alarms, said Chap-

Our office is located behind Kirk Travis Kelly, 32, of Starke
NOW IN STOCK! IfIf was arrested March 11 for driving Dial 911 Emergency

IfIf Lake Butler Hospital

IfIf Hand Surgery Center

PPC Approved Hospital
If I I

Mon.-Sat. M/C, VisaLayAWays ifIt 850 East Main Street Lake Butler KHHS Tennis... Iron pegs SB

ifI Call 496-0092 for an appointmentBlue
9 a.m. > 6 p.m. Welcome I*

Cross/Blue Shield, PPC and Health Option HMO Provide 14. while Moseley and Brian The boys continued their fine I

beat Hall and Wells 8-5. play when they hosted 3A BHS.

.... picking up four of five singles

Gulf Station wins.Winner for KHHS Included,
Courtney, an 8-1 winner over

US 3O1 & SR 1OO : oas: Hildebran: Glenn an 8-3 winner
over Richard Smith: Moseley 8-2
Close over Chad Welch and Daniels 8-
will Temporarily
O over Blaine McChesney.The .
KHHS girls started off the
_' season with a win but fell to two
Serving North Florida Since 1941. much more experienced teamsIn

(Gulf) deL ANNOUNCES OUR Oak Hall and Bradford.
The Lady Indians, with no seniors -
PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERS on the team, fell 2-5 to a
BHS team full of seniors then
dropped another 2-5 match to
SPECIAL!! Oak Hall In Gainesville.
Winners for the.ladles against
BHS Included: Dawn Schmidt:
an 8-3 winner over Myra Cruz;
and Shea Cremer who defeated

March 21 FOR 88 WE WILL Emily tiebreaker.Nugent 9-8 -in a close

; and will re-open in May with ONLY The closest match: for the
ladles In singles against Oak
[Gulf many expanded services.The WE WILL INSTALL A'120 GAL. PROPANE Hall came when ninthgraderJackie
Slrmopoulos fell In a
close, 6-8 decision on court
(Up to 40 Feet of Material) three to Grace Hill.


station has been open 24 hours a day since 1971 never closing SYSTEM INCLUDING ALL APPLIANCES AND doubles as Laura Bruning and

during this time. Tour business through the years has been GAS LINESGUARANTEED Dawn Schmidt defeated Smith
and Mather 8.4 and Beth
appreciated and we regret any inconvenience the temporary closing LOWEST TANK INSTALLATION IN Strickland: and Slrmopoulos

may cause.'We look forward to serving you again In the new facility. NORTH FLORIDA beat Hill and Otto 8-3.

The New JR. ;Food Mart will ,feature: CALL TODAYFOR I KHHSSoftball.
gasoline ; Full line of convenience items

full and self service and fountain service ,GAINESVILLE ...
T K-l Kerosene and LP Gas 24-Hour Service t...pep s.

,- Fried Chlcken/deli/bakery Clean Restrooms (LP-GAS) 376-4677 Pitcher Cindy Hagglund went t
I I. 1511 NW 2nd St. 4-5 and had a homer to add to
.' ,dipped ice cream Friendly atmosphere you will, ; another strong outing on UM
Breakfast Menu and enjoy visiting: : ', STARKE I TOLL FREE mound.

restaurant seating 629-3733 I I' 964-7725 | 1-800-356-0634' The ladle cored: four runs In
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I ; HSVFD Pair Get Diplomas rftURJrRJrR..rliftURClRtl. StartA'rtR.Q' r.t: 'I'

I volunteer Chief Terry Joyce Cooley McCarthy of Heilbron and n \\ 'l'P'' :

Springs recently Volunteer completed Fire a 15-week Department, 310 1\ \ : t ..

hour, minimum standard Basic ,
Recruit finished the Fire class Fighting with an Class.A average Both : k t. '. ., 0 O
and are now state certified tt \ \ I f i Efjl I,
firefighters. i \ ,. .. !!
McCarthy has been active with the ,
department since it started in 1979. \ : G.I .
Since that time he has attended ap- .
proximately 800 hours of various 1 th f '
firefighting and medical classes In- \ II:dI
cluding an Incident Command I
System 1-220 Class and a Emergency

Medical Cooley Technician who is the Class.public relations I Saturday March 18 I Iat

and the training department officer since has been 1987.activein She is # ,

the first woman firefighter in Brad-
ford County. She attended approx-
imately 350 hours of firefighting and
medical classes and is presently
enrolled in an EMT class.
HSVFD now has four fully cer- Record
tified firefighters, three 40 hours i ; Inc.
certified firefighters, nine first I
responders and one EMT. Three I
members are presently attending a Your
minimum standards firefightmgclass.
HSVFD is striving to better protect
the community and will this
year start a firestation.The property -
has been procured but community Diplomas Received. aeK
help is needed to build.All donations Joyce Cooley and Terry McCarthy: an all mmttt u they receive their i lIadlAl I
will be appreciated. They may be certificate signifying: their completion of the bade recruit HreflghUng: course.
sent to P.O. Box 342,Starke,in care The pair are now itate-regbtered firefighter
of the HSVFD Building Fund. i

Final DispositionsIn George A. Smith pled no contest JoAlice Goodman pled no contest NEW LocationDeerfoot I
trespass; sentenced to one week in reckless display of weapon; ordered
Traffic Court jail with credit for time served. to stay away from victim, 60 days
Smith pled no contest petit theft; court probation,$50 court costs,seek
employment,violate no laws.
from page 6

Shirley P. Ellis found guilty worthless I Village I
check ($50 Winn Dixie); fined Shopping Center
$120.25 and make restitution, Tri 1371 S. Walnut
t2 Street
County Probation. Glenda's
Ellis worthless check($11.25 Winn Starke FloridaL96474741 ;
Dixie); make restitution, pay $52

court Ellis costs.worthless check($50.25 Winn Shear
Dixie); make restitution. Design I I
Ellis additional five charges of
worthless check ordered to make
restitution. 118 S. Thompson St. Starke

Tommy Brown pled no contest .. 964-4151
trespass;sentenced to 60 days in jail
victim.(credit for 60 days),stay away from t :. One of our GrandOpening ;Ii
Mr. Timk
Fred Blocker pled no contest bat Specials .....
tery; fined $137.50, violate no laws, .. St. Ii
six months Tri County Probation, .. offers you a
stay from victim. Partick's k 21-1513
away 0. Day Special
Kenneth DeSue pld no contest .' I;!
drug parphernalia; one year Tri ) CB RadioSale {,
County Probation, report to BUGC $3500
for drug therapy, five days in jail,
$52 court costs. Perms
Ernie Albert Varnes pled guilty reg.$43.00
disorderly intoxication six months t.t1 w:."
; : Price .
court pobation,$100 court costs. 129.9SI
Carl Edward Harris, Jr. pled no 'We. Liti& to yep you Looting. __ Qoof.. I" I
contest trespass; six ftoilths'- court i..L ::**-!: ::: : -: : I ;
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.page 111" ...
John through thisaiain,we can't tolerateIt property they (the military) could group be reimbursed i by the City of den in grass 6-8 inches deep. He said to resort to not answering their door.
Bradley and several others ," Bradley said. : nave gotten it confused. Keystone Heights, which, in turn, he collected about 150 rounds,whichhe In closing, Capt. Govern said,
explained that they were by no When it was learned the City of The mayor promised residents could receive compensation from turned over to military personnel. "Hopefully we've answered your
means of anti-military and, In fact, Keystone Heights received that if the matter of adequate compensation the military.\ However Capt.Govern Near the end of the meeting, questions. i appreciate your concern
most the
group were veterans. for use of "drags out we'11 contact told them'd strongly recommend told
Earl monetary compensation Tracy Camp spoke up and officers and this hurts me deeply. Some of
said he showed officials the Andy Baldree Rep. (Bill) Grant. against doing that."
where airport property that she got up early Sunday our reputation Is going to be tarnished. -
they could enter hisproperty asked if he too, could be compen- Although no damage figures were morning, went into her kitchen and ."
through his gates., C.A. sated for the military "using my Capt. Govern asked residents to reported, residents disputed a discovered camouflaged troops at Foster too offered
Major lengthy
Baldree said he even drove military fafacility./' immediately take military spokesman's estimate of
property a.a training measures her back door requesting water."I apologies about the various In-
officials around the airport Keystone Heights Mayor William repair fences to avoid livestock from around$200 per property owner. didn't mind lending them
perimeter in an effort to help define Beam and City Council Chairman wandering. He said it was up to the C.A.Baldree said he was also con- water, but they were coming up what cidents, saying,""I'm very sorry for
the property. Clinton McKinney told Archie Green, who also serves as property owners to take precautionary cerned about the ammunition scat- every couple of hours and I was by happened.
the officers that "There's one thing Airport Committee chairman, told measures to avoid further tered around his property and what myself. I don't think the military Residents were left with
the Army can't buy, and that's your the residents the city's contract with damages. He assured them the could happen should his grand- should be interacting with civilians assurances that no military person
reputation." the military did not include permission military would process its paperwork children find it. Baldree said he like nel would be on their property as
that, Mrs. Camp said,
explaining -
'I don't want didn't believe troops pulled out of the area today
you to think we're for use of private property. and reimburse them for any a clean-up operation when
rebel-rousers but we don't offered by the military could repeated requests to (Thursday,March 16),and residents
ap- But Green did say that, althoughthe justified reasonsable cost. assure have the her
stop to
troops coming
preciate this. If we have to of thp removing all the ammunition from would receive reimbursement for
no city provided mnr airport It was then suggested that themm his door failed, she and her husband had damages."
property as most of it was hid
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$28,000by 1w BROILMASTED Features Broilmate stainless

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Buster Rahn "\ '.Full-range
BCT Staff Writer
County Clerk Ray Norman told w
the Bradford commissioners -
Wednesday, Feb. 1, "I wouldn't be
doing my job if I didn't bring this to .
the attention of the commission." Y.t burner dials for teller
Norman was talking about of-
control.' And
fer by the Florida League of Cities a
e built-in
(FLC) to provide Workman's Com temperature
pensation (W.C.) insurance at a the Indicator
susbstantial savings to the county. INTRODUCTORY
George Roberts Insurance Inc. PRICE
has been carrying W.C. insurancefor
the county for the past several $219
years. A 28 percent premium In-
crease was approved by the the state
insurance commissioner this year, 011
which impacted Robert's charge to -i[
the county, raising the premium to
$97,433 for the fiscal year beginning
Feb. 3. FLC has offered similar BBOILMASTERBY
coverage for $69,197. r WARM MQ11 II C.
Norman made it clear that he did iIt.rtt.:_,. -_ I cooki il'lftth
not contact FLC regarding In- THE COMPACT
surance, but an FLC representative"Just Big Catch... BROILMASTER D4
walked into the office one Four-year-old Josh Park U all smiles as he show*off this ban he :
day" and requested information on caught In Orange Spring _
which to base a premium.Commissioner Josh lithe son of Michael and Kay Paris of Starke. With 470 sq. ft. in of
Joe Riddick said, I II I tC; quality cooking space
"I'm in favor of doing business with Time did not allow the premium to The commissioners Instructedbe rl I j including a 110 sq. in
local people where we can,' but bid,since the policy would expire Clerk Norman to purchase the W.C. Retract-A-RacK for
$28,000 is too much difference. the next day (Thursday, Feb. 3). insurance coverage from FLC. baking breads or
Riddick asked Esther Ellerson, Commission Chairman Wilbur warming up vegetables.INTRODUCTORY .
county finance director, "Can we go Waters announced a decision would
with FLC without bidding? not be made until the next day (Feb.
Ellerson replied I "With that much 3) giving commissioners an opportunity starke PRICE
savings, you can' to talk to George Roberts E Z I
The commissioners asked Eller $
before making a change. -. 319n
son to get an opinion on bidding from Roberts met with the
its accountants, Davis, Monk, Farn- stoners Thursday afternoon commlsWHEELS Sawyer Gas & Appliances introduces BROILMASTERgas
sworth and Co. After talking with them FLC is offering a rate with grills.
Temple _,
1320 N. ::ve.
Eddie Douglas, CPA, Ellerson which he cannot compete, and said
Now, an unbelievable deal on an extraordinary grill.
bid Starke get
reported the county should the the commissioners would be prudent
premium. in acccepting the FLC offer 96483SuEl's The only gas grill that gives you the controlability, the 1y
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ObituariesJohnny .

L. Barnes Survivors include her husband, for the many acts of love shown by Cards Of ThanksWe III. and Staff for your courtesy and
Ivy L. Powers; one son, Thomas E. flowers, food, cards, prayers and would like to our. The visits, phone calls, cards, concern.
Lee Barnes, 18, of Starke, visits the express meant God Bless each of you.
Johnny Black Jr. of Gainesville; one during loss of our loved thanks to for food flowers and prayers so
died March 10 at everyone your expression much W.J. and Maeola Grimes and
suddenly Friday
daughter,Esther Godbey of Lake City of love shown to us during the to us.
his residence. ; one brother, Charles B. Floyd of one.Special thanks to Bro.Ben Bryant Joss of our son, William J. Grimes A special thank* to Doyle Archer Family.
Born March 20, 1970 in Bartow, Gainesville; three sisters, Ethel We are truly grateful.
Johnny was a longtime resident of Philman of Cocoa, Ida Mae Whitbyof His Mother&Family S
Bradford County. lie was employedas Cross City and Helen Black of
a labor and was a Protestant. Bushnell; four grandchildren and
Survivors include his parents, one greatgrandchild.Funeral Card Of Thanks Come Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
William C and Joann May Barnes of services were held March Perhaps you sent a lovely card or
Starke his brother, William Davidof 11 in the Lake Hill Baptist Church sat quietly In a chair Perhaps you at Cedar River SeafoodOne
Sanford; two sisters, Mrs. Sandra near Keystone with Rev. Wallace sent a funeral spray, If so we saw it .
Elaine: McDonald and Mrs Janice Brown officiating. Burial was in there, Perhaps you spoke the I
Kay Barosse both of Starke. Jonesville Cemetery near Newberry kindest words as any friend could Doz.Fresh
Graveside funeral services were under the direction of Johnson- say,Perhaps you were not there at
hold Mar. 13 with Rev. Leroy Olive Hayes Funeral Home of Gainesville. all, just thought of us that day, OYSTERSt
officiating. Interment was in Crosby Whatever you did to console our v'o' -
Lake Cemetery under the directionof Card of ThanksThe hearts, We thank you so much t 1
Jones Funeral Home. family of Curtis L. McGee whatever the part
would like to thank our dear friends The Family Of Irene H. Whichard,_
Mrs. Gladys P. BurneyMrs. .
Gladys Parmenter Burney,
78, of Starke, died early Tuesday at
her home following an extended il WHY WAIT I OTHER SPECIALS:

lness. 1/2 Lb.FRIED
Born and raised in Bradford County d FOR YOUR t :
she was the widow of the late 1 .FLOUNDERDINNER 55)
Newn Burney of Starke, and the .
daughter of Uley and Ruth -- TAX REFUND A- .rr
Parmenter-- former pioneer --- 95

was residents a member of Bradford of Union County.Primitive She 4WHEN YOU CAN '_ CATCy'LOBSTE TAIL 1 2
Baptist Church of Starke.

Mrs.Survivors Ruth include Marlene her Roberts daughter of, GET YOUR MONEY FAST! CEDARRIVER

Starke; one brother, Henry SEAFOOD 500
Parmenter of Starke; three sisters, Use H&R Block Rapid Program

Mrs. Ola Mea Rowe of Starke, Mrs. federal Incometax ....
Itfe loan against expected
a your
of Jacksonville,
Evelyn Amy
Mrs. Pearl Byrd of Kendale,Tx.; six refund.Available whether H&R Block ,, J YSTER BAR
grandchildren and three great prepares your tax return or not. ; ,

grandchildren.Funeral services. will be held IT'S FAST H&R BLOCKFor ;,.
Thursday, Mar. 16 at 11 a.m. at the : CEDAR RIVER SEAFOOD
Primitive Church if call H&R Block now.
Union Baptist more details or to see you qualify
Elder Brooker of- 231S.Temple Ave. Starke
with Harry ,
Burial will be in Lawtey 8 am-8 pm STARKE 904 N. Main St. 964-8286
ficiating. 685
Cemetery with Archie Tanner 9 am-5 pm KEYSTONE HGTS. Hwy 21 N. .473-3646 LOW PRICES, 964
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of SC'Cs: : : "VT S5Month

Mrs.Mrs. Ella Ella Mae Mae Thornton Cameron Cameron, : .. i.'\ l" r-aAf-ea:. .. .- .- ,-- .,. .

59,of Lake City died Saturday afternoon
in the Lake Shore Hospital
following a brief illness.
Born in Union County, Mrs.
Cameron lived most of her life in
Miami before moving to Lake City Your Choice of Great Rates
four years ago She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Lake View Baptist Church in Miami.
Survivors include one daughter,
Ola Mae Ransone of Miami; two
sons, James Lewis Kirkland, Jr., of
Miami and Clifton Wilbur Dyer of

Miami; one brother, E.T. Thorntonof Certificate of 12-Month Certificate of
Centerville, Ga.; two sisters Deposit Deposit
Alberta Thornton of Wauchula andIda
Lee Terrell of Lake City; eight
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.Funeral .
services were held Tues- 9.25H8,88H9.38H9OO0Annual
day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Rev.John .
Yarbrough followed. officiating. Cremation

Percentage Yield Current RateCompounded Annual Percentage Yield Current Rate aI r

Donald VV. FletcherDonald minimum deposit$1000 Monthly,, .J I 'nJ depo IOOO :.]o i i"I"CompOIl addvtbtlthbyaaA I
Woodrow Fletcher, 51, of I
died Mar. 12 in
Lawtey, Sunday .
Bradford Hospital of Starke follow- '
ing an extended illness. 'Tie'red.Ce tifi at '-",(.mp nde'q' in. hhljmhi( mum. .'ep9s t $i lit !
Born Oct. 22, 1938 in Plant City,
Mr. Fletcher moved to Lawtey six MonthTerm

years ago from Lakeland. He was a Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Current Rate
member of Northside Baptist
Church of Starke, District Managerfor I I
TG&Y, Supervisor with the Pride $7S.oooandover 9.65% 9.24%
Company and a veteran of the U.S.
$50.000 to$74.999 9.60% '9.20%
Survivors include his wife, Gwen- $25.000 to$49.999 9.55% 9.15%
dolyn Ann Starling Fletcher of
Lawtey: one daughter, Amy $10.000 to$24.999 9.50% 9.11%

Jackson of Lawtey; three sons, $1.000 to$9.999 9.38% 9.00%
Bryan Fletcher of Lawtey, Darrin
Fletcher of Tampa and Greg Flet-

cher of Atlanta; his mother, Earline < < : i.quid .: I s O 1 ': rJ( > :.'Acc )P t -
Fletcher of Plant City; one brother y. : ; ; ., 1
Frank Fletcher of Plant City; one
sister Mary Chutter of Lakeland; minimum deposit $10,000 compounded monthly Rate paid 3-8-89

and father and mother-in-law Leon Deposit Amount Annual Percentage Yield Rate Compounded Monthly
and Bernice Starling of Lawtey.
Funeral services were held March
14 in Northside Baptist Church with
Rev. James Cowart officiating. Interment $7S.oooandover 8.69% 8.36%
was in Dyal Cemetery
under the direction of Jones Funeral $50.000 to$74.999 8.44% 8.13%
Home of Starke.
$10,000 to $49,999 8.19% 7.90%
Roy Lee Giles

Roy Lee Giles, 29, of Starke, died
early Sunday March 12. Born and Florida Federal offers choice and convenienceChoose
raised in Villarica, Ga., Mr. Giles you
moved to Starke in 1977. He was
employed with Bradford Furniture. from a variety of investment options to fit your For your added convenience, Florida Federal offers easy

Lee Survivors Giles and include step-mother his father, Sarah Carl individual needs.To earn a high rate fora short term a 5 or account opening by mail.Just complete the attached coupon

Giles, both of Starke; three sons, 12 Month CD is the perfect solution. Or try a tiered 9 Month and mail ft with your deposit to any of the offices listed.

Roy James, Chad Dean and Bobby CD where the more you deposit the more interest you earn.
Carl, all of Starke: two daughters,
Christy Lynn and Lisa Marie,both of The Liquidity Plus Money Market Account brings total
Starke; two sisters, Mary Ruth liquidity including check writing privileges. Interest rates I[!:: :-=C/]/
Gribbs of Douglasville, Ga., and .
keep pace with the market, changing everyday based on T'
Starke two I
Janice Thornton of ; "---------------------- ----- ------
brothers, Danny Ray of Villaricaand the 7-day moving average of the Federal Funds Rate: Plus, r ,

John Wayne of Starke. the more you deposit the higher your earnings and youcan I llnclaeealtmycheckfors- I

held Graveside March 15 funeral at Santa services Fe Cemeterywith were withdraw from this high yielding investment at anytime I to open aD 5 Month CD($1,000 minimum), D 9 Month Tiered CD($1,000( minimum):, I I
Rev. Thornton officiating. Ar- without penalty. I D 12 Month CD__Days($100.000 minimum) ,: '
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkeis '
D Liquidity Plum Money Market Account ($10,000 minimum) l" '
in charge of arrangements.
I Deposits mailed to open CD with coupon will cam the rate being paid on the date received or I Ii
Marjorie B. Powers o Florida I Federal i the above rate whichever Is higher.Above CD rates are valid on coupons received' "nor' **' '

Mrs. Marjorie Black Powers. 68; before March 20 1989 .
of Keystone Heights,died March gather Do not send cash through the malL .. ,...
home. 1 Account should be titled(Please print the following Information) <.< ',.;'-"\.t ,
Born in Miami,Mrs.Powers was a Bank .' ,,"\ rl't ,' I
Savings < ,
lifetime area resident and a McMn.Ma I
homemaker. She was a member of, "., ,, ., I
Lake Hill Baptist Church in 1 .. urI "; "
Social Number of first lilted.
Security name :
Keystone Heights.,_ .:.. (
Lady Bug Florist, 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W:Madison Street / )Joint Account wlth.________ ,.. I
Gainesville, 32601 Gainesville 32605 Starke, 32091 I .' ', .' ...,t-J ", t
377-3344 375-2700 96450003501W. j
St. Adm-
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Stop YourdeposlttaretasiueduptoJlOO.OOObyanageiicjoftheUS.: verarnent correct and that I'am not subject) to backup withholding under the IRS,.ode. '
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Please writ. P. O. Draw.r 280. Stark., "
Fla. 32091. 4/7TF OFFICI SPACES 500 sq. ft. for rent on OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Wooded 1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS, TONING TABLES. Cecelia Terwlllegar
ADULTi whit., nonsmoker Apply at lots, river access $5450 Each. No
non-drlnk.r, to share trailer. Pump B Supply, 9647061. 8/25TF money down $65.41 monthly. Owner Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body We Have All The TimeIn
$150 month 1/3 utilities. Su-EI's, 1000 SO. FT. OFFICE Hwy 301 South 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438. 1/7TF wraps, tamps, lotions. Call today, FREE the World FOR YOUI
468.2619.3/2TF across from Wal-Mort/KOA. $350 color catalog. 18008353826.
LAND WANTED month. 964-8848 ev.s 473-3627. LIVE IN YOUR MODEL! Exciting new way .....HOMES.....
20-1000 acres approved subdivision, 12/8TF LOSTFOUNDFOUND to market laminated cedar homes. BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEV LAKE) 60' on water 1055'deep with an elegant 2336 s.f.
waterfront timber, farm ranch pro- FOR SALE BV OWNERS small mobile Fast sophisticated, building system brick 2 story home built In 1985. BR, 3 Ba, fireplace with wood Insert, 2
parties. Immediate cash closings possi home pork on Griff Loop (Rd. 100-A). BIRTH CERTIFICATE of Dorothy backed by notional advertising. Excellent CHSA units, formal dining room dinette area In kitchen with an astonishing
bl.. Write to Tarry Clayton Rt. 10, Box Four lots with three mobile horn. and Grace Lamb. Come by the Bradford profit potential. 206-668-8511 view laundry roam carpet and tile floors, 2 car garage dock with covered
319 lake City, Fla. 32055. Brokers protected. room for mor*. Rental Income $700 County Telegraph to claim at 135 W. International Homes of Cedar, P.O. entertainment area, 2 electric boathouses, 2 dressing rooms Ig. workshop,
2tpd 3/9-16 monthly. Coll after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or Call St., Starke. 3/16.23 Box 268. Woodlnvllle Wa. 98072. fcan water softener concrete patio I Only $220,000
OLD. USED. BUT RESTORABLE CARS OR 96<4..30 or 9648705. 2/I6TF 214 WATER STREET 2 BR, 2Bo nice fenced yard detached garage priced to
TRUCKS Prefer pre-1970 Chevys or BUILDING FOR LEASE BY OWNERS Ideal _________________ nun 011. $ 23.000
Mustangs. Call 473-7473 and leave for offices or r.tall. Formerly gift shop. : 60S MELTON TERRACE This Is a GREAT first horn. 3 BR, 1 '/ Ba, CB new
message or writ P.O. Box 332 Lake 1680 ..f. 504 W. Call St., Call 9648738. # MATHEWS REALTY carpet new vinyl Hotpoint range Magic Chef refrlg ceiling fans, chain link
Geneva. Fl 32660. 4lchg 3/2-23 3tpd 39.21COMMEICIAL ( l fence, storage shed. S 45,000
WANTED USED 2 or 3 TON central air BUILDING FOR RENT $400mo. KEYSTONE S. Lawrence Blvd., CB 3 BR/IBa carpet cent heat window
unit for mobile home. Reasonably priced. 2 yrs. old. Call Susan Faulkner Pita Q .......... 964-4469 air stove, refrlg. DW 2 ceiling fan., fenced back yard, nice lot walk to
Call ,*..6305 er aft.r 6 p.m. call Broker/owner. 96<4.5069 or 9644048. REALTOR schools. S 38000.
9644430. 3/9TF 2tchg 3/9.16 When soiling! real seta,., why settle for telling the whole town REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR. 1 Ba frame, fenced yard $ 16,000
WANTED 20 ACRES or more unimproved AUCTION BY ORDER OF S.B.A.t. Andrews when you can tell the whole world? HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA 1539 ..f.. 1.7 acres. $ "5.000
land suitable for subdividing. Tire Center Thursday 3/23/89 11 'INEIllElI SUB,3 BR, IV4' ba. brick CHSA, 100x109 lot S 40,000
12824749. Itchg 3/16 a.m., Slocomb Al. Recapping r"'! uip- y N.W.65th AVENUE BR, 1 ba, 5 acres 75.000
RESPONSIBLE MALE ROOMMATE to ment 1.2 acres, (AL580)) for MOBILE HOMES Lawteyt 18 acres with 600 ft. Hwy. FINE HORSE FARM of 40acr.s, located
Ludlum on Hwy 235 15 minutes from Starke 3
share 3 BR horn In city. $150 rent and Information call Auction 1987 Concord 3 BR, 2'/i bo has 125 frontage.
2057943000. Icon *x- BR/IBa 70-yr-old home, CHSA 6 stall barn pole barn, tool shed utility
half electricity. For Info call 96<4'099. tra lot with wood from house, city Cltyt one acre on Laura St., room for building training track REDUCED! $140,000
ask for Kevin. Itchg 3/16 several residential lots.
CASH PAID FOR AMERICAN TOOLS utilities. City 1.38 Ac., great office location. GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 ..f. home 4 BR, 3 full baths 8 two
1973 New Moon 12x60. with : 10 baths. 100' Lake Geneva \
mechanic approx. on 2'/i acres with sprinkler system sunbathing
or SR 100 3.5 ,
power complete sets City : acres potential
large or small. Call 964-8175 or writ. PERSONALSA 10 acres, North lawtey, 105th Ave. commercial development area. decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
P.O. Box 332. Lake Geneva 32660. HOMES ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today I ,
2tchg 3/16-23 ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME built by HOMES t ACREAGE AFFORDABLE AT $53.000t 1023 E. Call St., 3BR 1'/ bath CHSA cable ready,
WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE Hall In 1987. Located In Lake AREAl 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2 '
I NEED ROAD MOTORCYCLE 500cc or HampTHERESSA stove, refrlg., 1596 s.f., opprox. acre lot.
Australian European Scandinavian ton Oaks. Shown by appointment. Bath 1564 s.f. home 55000. LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS. PRICED
larger good condition under $1,000. school Students arriving PRIVACY RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful
Will purchase or trade for 8 sleeper High In August.Exchange Become a host family for Two BR, 1 BA, nice lot, $13.000.Union Ctyi 135 acres, 2700 .q.ft. Spenish-.tyle home :3450 s.f.. 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR. 2Vi ba. formalLR
fold-down Scamper camper and/or American Intercultural Student Ex outhgatei Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home. fully equipped kitchen 'Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool calling fans 2
Folbot 2 person kayak with cash dif- change. Call 1-SCO-SIBLING fcan CHSA. BUILDING LOTS car garage, new roof, zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mtg. 35,000
ference. Call .473-9350 5:30: a.m. to LAND little Lake Santa Pel 100x160 ft. lot, KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious, quiet country living 3 BR, 2 Ba 'Ig. FR, kit/DR combo -
9:30 p.m. 3tchg 3/16-30 -'. 100 A! Two 6.77 acre parcels. new septic tank approved for well 2000 s.f.. CHSA, city water 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. S 60.000

power source to lot. BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 ba, CB. wood floors, 1 185 s.f.. 5 acres S 60.000
CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water, 1 BR/Bo. 90.000
HWY. 223i 2/1 frame, 3 stall born newly rewired, 2 Ac. $32,500 .
Bob Mathews. Realtor** Andy Jordan. Associate
KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB BR, 1 Ba, 1500 s.f., wood from. $ 50,000
441 W. Madison St.. Starke BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot S .....000
FmHAIsAn MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acre., 3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40.000
Equal Opportunity HAMPTON 3 BR, 2 ba CHSA. screened patio with BBQ grlll.Also 3 BR MH, 1 V
boo on 3 acres.APARTMENT .
LenderFarm IiLOI ::SALE :()'Rj EAS'E: : FOe ..."

rmHA -.. : .....COMMERCIAL.....
.......- NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave.. eight furnishedone
-- BY OWNER. bedroom opts., fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.
Heating S cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500 with assumable mare

PropertyTHESE 043 Acres with 3 BR 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150.000 tgage of $111,708, 9 1/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE In the grocery business? Call for details I
a Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road In LOOKING FOR A DEAlt Two prime acres 301 S.. Reduced to $85.000

PARCELS CAN ONLY BE SOLD TO FAMILY Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up LOCATION LOCATION! This prime comm.rclallocallon 507 W. Madison St.
FARMERS. APPLICANTS MAY BE ELIGIBLE a Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn SUPER COMMERCIALI Great two story building Enterprise Zone S 60.000
cI"FOR FmHA FINANCING. Alaehua County :301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage S 85.000

e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185,000 THOMPSON tit 1 1,362 s.f., brick. Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 80,000
'31 Sea. 8. Twp 10 S. Ago 17 E. :301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125.000
o Ocala National
Forest & Retreat
Hunting Fishing
Alachua County, Florida. N.wb.rry Sr... RENTAL ON CALL 1 1ri
( 8 on Rodman Reservoir! ....?....... ..................$25.000 STREET
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Parcel4I $.a. 11 Twp 8 S Rg. 21 E. a New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40,000 After Hour.

Alaehua County Florida. on highway 301 S a 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre Ann T.rwlll8ar 473-7541
of Trading Poet Beet. Maldo FL 79 aoree, */- a Building Lots In Smokerlse Subdivision Keystone $5.000 Pauline <1.3160

Prleel 189,600 a 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500 Joy .964-4223
o For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home 2 BR w/Bath on Debra Connaug ton <1.2833Pt
Pareel *S, Seo. 2. Twp 7 S, Rga 19 E. 2 Acres Graham
Bradford Florida 55 */-,
County acre.
Prleet 60.SOO. a Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each

a 3 BR 2 BA Home on 3 Ac. in Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent.

CONTACT FmHA AT 3709-C N.W. 13TH STREET a 2 Homes 2 Ml. North of Starke. 3 BR 1 BA Completely

GAINESVILLE FL 3Z608. PHONE 376-5858 FOR Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo Jimmy R. Williams
RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 19. 1989. All Types Roof RepairNo
fob too big or too small!

Ronald E. Newman Sr.
PROGRAM FINANCING. Labor for New Work Guaranteed 10 Years
964-6881 e Evenings Call 373-956O

e Instant Financing e No Points a Reasonable Interest Rates a Free Estimates a Call 782-3266,778-7259

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ERA faulkner Realty, Inc. I |' ;V.-ti I'' .| I..1; :.!, {. :> I' CHURCH STREET 2BR/1BA Home, CHtA Stove S Refrl. 1536 SF, Corner,
Located Hwy. 301.2 btock$SOUT of C.R.TOO 221 Lafayette I WANT PRIVACY 3BR/1BA Rough Pin. A-Frame Home, Porches All

-- Around. Loads of Trees, 6.16 Ac.
*I ACRES with 4 bedrom frame ham. 39500. IN THE QTY>3BR/2BA Modular Home CHtA. Slave Refrl ( Drapes. Swim I
*COMMERCIAL BUILDING positive cash flow. Additional con be sold. mlng Pool. Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg 12x12. Nice Lot.
OWNER FINANCING on Vt acro lots In city.only 10% down.or. receive a discount A Few oJOur Many Listings NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA. Large Living Room DinIng -
for co.hl. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BEST* Beautiful high & dry lot, area's finest home, too Family Kitchen Laundry Rooms Floor Furnace AC Unit".104x210 I
*NEW LISTINGS largo family room 2 BR. 1 ba on nice lot. __ l-. many to lists. Call for appointment. Lot.
*rXlT ILCt'Oe 'AMllJ.l.becutlv.I tvee..home. 3 BR. 2'/., bath pool I bat wrss.- *FRAMI ,HOMSi large bedroom bath large living room eat-In kitchen only PIACI AND QUIET 3BR/2V4 BA Two-Story log Home. CHSA. Stove, Refrl S
**NOT FANCY JUSY HOMSYI Free standing flrploe den; large lot close to 13500. Dishwasher 3000 SF, large Enclosed Garage Well B Septic, Large lot.
schools. *COUNTRY LIVING ever 2400 s.f.. CHSA 5 acres, paved road extra nice, IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home, Large Living-Dining Room. Family |
*PRICED TO SElli Fixer-Upper In the country on I acre, 35000.. i $125,000. Room Kitchen hoe Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook CHSA Garage, ,
*WITHIN YOUR MEANS 2 BH mobile horn on. 3 nIce oers. Assumable mow *DEVELOPER NEEDED 8 acres. In. Starke city water A sewer available. Paved Well S Septic 3 Ac. .
t28.500. rood Price Reduced! GOOD BUY 1BR/18A Pram. Home AC fpeee Heater. Large Kitchen-
8900.*FOR LEASE .'COMMERCIAL PROPSRTYI would make nice ofic or shop *. ALMOST NIW BRICK In Country Club, 3/2V4 over 1800 s.f., fireplace range, Dining Are. Largo Screened Perch. 112x110 Lot $24.000. -
*AFFORDAUI' COUNTRY UVINOt BR horn, beautiful lot. I refrlg.. DW on 1 acre assumable mortgage. On AWAY FROM IT ALL 2 BR/1 BA Mobil Horn In Good Condition Wall
*SECLUSION AT ITS FINESTI 3.83 acres with 3 BR from horn. Pecan trees and *BRICK IN STARKSi 3 BR, IVt Ba, CHSA, $47,000. I A Septic,9.5lie w/Frontog on New Divert -
( pi"". *HWY. 1* WEST Brick 3/2'/I on 1 acre. lot of extras. See this on..'
*urge KINOIUY LAKE ARIA nice shaded lot with doublewld and detached garage. i *CONVINIINT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f., SELECTED PROPERTIES

*BEAUTIFUL BRICK VOLONIAL STYLI NOME only 2 y.....old many- extras great- CHAA. rang, re!., woodbumlng stove, on 2.78 acres. I I 6 ACRES Well Septic and Power Pole. -
"location. *CLOSE TO CECIL Pins MH'I Ac., 2 BR 1M ba, quiet nelghbhood 23500. 7 ACRES Well B Septic. 200 Amp Power Pol.. Pine Tr....
*MOil FOR YOUR MONEYI Hampton. Oak.. beautiful 1 tt acre lot with spacious I *BEAUTIFUL BRICK 3/2 family room w/flreploce, 1 acre. West 16. ... ACRES Power Pole B Well. Owner FinancinG; Small Down Payment.
hom.. Oyer 2300 I.f.. Mutt .eel I I *14 ACM FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture. beautiful oaks. I II '.7 Acres Two Story Bldg. w/UvIng Area Upstairs. 6400 SF. Hwy. 301N.
'*TEN ACRES with cuatam-metdo doublewld mobile horn*. Cathedral celling I barns, cross-fenced water In all pastures 2 mobile homes. 44 ACRES Will Divide. Owner Financing: Good Terms, Brooker.
fir.plaee built-In stereo system range. rfr. OW. I *HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Croft B Gift Shop: Crafts craft supplies, and gift.. Is ACRIS Will Divide Pecan Grove. Well t Septic. Owner Financing.
*DRAST1C REDUCTION leducod 0,000. Beautiful brick. homo In COMMERCIAL CORNER LOTS Hwy. 16 E t Cherry St. 25000. 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. 100W City Water a Sewage Available.
/D. Thl. .has the .hod of everything. Can soda)?" *COUNTRY CLUB AREAl Building Lots from $6500. Owner financing. 1 ACRES Good Commercial Location Hwy. 16W. '
*DALIWOOD IUIDMSIONI 3 IR 2 Ba. brick horn.. priced In t50a. I I *OVER MO ACRES with 3/4 mil of highway frontage excellent hunting: 1 ACM Zoned for' Mobil. Horn. 13.500.
*INVESTMENT' PROPERTY- -Lots of potential with this 11 acre paved with :3 rental- ,r t. 1 mile to Country dub 2 miles to Stork, Only $1500 per acre. I ACRES Hwy 301 South.'

units wHh good fcionv. *11 ACRES HIGH A DRYi pecan trees w.u ft septic 29000. (Free M.-f.*) ONE-HALP' ACM Zoned for Mobil Homo 3000.
*11.'" LOT M TOWN. ,,10 *COUNTRY CLUBi Brick, over 1900 ..f.?formal living B dining room I LAKE GENEVA Large lot. 100 ft. on Water. ,
*oVn ..... S9: laval) homo on Crystal Uk*. IocuDi room 2 Hr.plautst, ,family roam roc room or extra bedroom 2Vi baths. I LAM LOTS Crosby B ......-. Owner Financl+_.
", !,-rr!.,s00. '*CLOSE TO COUNTRY ClllBl Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.. 100x300 lot. 56000. | LARGE ARIA OP LAND Northeast Section of City.If .
*IN STARKEi 3/1 frame good Condition*$22.500. ,
Call One DOur Professionally *!7 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees. Fleetwood double wide. YOU MIND'a ON REAL ESTATE OH THINGS RELATED
WOULD YOU. BELIEVE 65 plus acre for only $1500 per acre. Fronts hw}',. MAKE YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACOLEXATfDAFTUHOUtSr .

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TO DRINK. DESPERATE I 14 X 70. :9 BR/1 BA mobile
NEED CASH FAST -We pay cosh for fur. E TO 30 ACRES with
large concretebarns.
CHANNEL CATFISH 3.5Inche., $150 per THATS YOUR BUSINESS I horn Ml up with lot. Shingle roof. nlture, jewelry glassware, toot, Also new doublewlde 1 acreor TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
WANT TO STOP near Keystone. Molt otter Will sell!) flreploce. Vaulted llvlngroom ceiling
thousand delivered. Jim's Cattish household Item 4 just about anything. larger In country. Call "496-3939
TH Art OURS I mobile horn "473-2730 walk-In linen room laundry room car
form Lawtey, 782.3558.4tchg. 3/2.23 aeptll..t. Give us a call at 473-2183 or come by days. ""' .1595. evenings. Hn/chg.
Alcoholics Anonymous weekenoV3* -I* weekdays. efter 5. port. Brand new above ground swimming
MALE HIMMIt Seal pt. Female Hlmmie, Tuesday-Saturday 10.5. Pock Rat Hwy 1119
blu. 964-3099 alter 6 64-4150 or V64-86I4 .4tchg SII"6DOUkI'MM 100 Stchg 3/9-30 pool with huge wooden deck.Also
cream pt. p.m. Keystone Height 4 Acres pertly cleored with trees.Mobile screened-In
pd thru 3/30 cookout with kitchen
2tchg 3/16.23 CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed Free ON t ACM wear $to...... home approved I"well In Union Coun and bathroom. On 3 area acres, 2 block
CASTER PUPPIES FOR SALES AKC. toy ..timat... HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. $306 mo. *M..,TS. it<*< S/U CARSTRUCKSBOATSAVION ty,terms te sort buyer.Call I-4M-2MJ.. from school $71,500. Weekday
apricot red poodl. $200. 9642456. THREE $WOtWK* priced under 1/10 itpd.1/10.
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. TF 1 496-3939, evening and weekends
2tchg 316.23BOXER.ENGLISH MIX PUPPIES ..he5.w..k BULLDOZER WORK: $40 per hour. $6.OOO tot test *te. 6440a.. ItehgS MOTOR HOME 22 ft., low .4963607. Ifn/chg. 1/26
7823306. II no answer. 782-3954 1 leave /14ItM mileage good condition, clean FrenchProvenclal FOR SALE BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
old females had tails ,
hov. cut
Um" MOMS HOME, 3 M. 2 Bo.
Interior, $13,000 bedroom
and been name and number. 8/25TF generator. :3 both In the country. Swim
dew claws removed, have ,
WELL DRILLING. PUMPS t SERVICE Dun very good *: d.tlOl$162 mo. OBO. 479-2654 or .4751768. Itpd 3/16 ming pool and satellite Large oaks.
worm.d. $10. Call 468-2807 after 6 17 Roll of Call
Hoy. 496.2729.3/16Ichg.
9M ""2. 'ItcHg 316YARD
pm 11M 3/16 ranee Pump A Supply Co.. Water 3/16. 119500. Two additional acres
Systems Specialists. 864. N. TempleAve. LAND FOR SALESIX Piano. rVurlltxer. Good condition. $700 available. Call) 496-3939. days and
BOATS .. US 301. Storke, Fl' 32091. 9, 8TF SALES negotiable. Call 496.3569.316.1 ""' .IS95. evenings tfn/chg. 2/2
SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day week, LOTS OF LAND (approximately 3V.acres 3/16. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U

EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS New Evlnrude long t.rm stay. 4682619. 11/17TF GARAGE SALt Saturday, March 1$. 10o.m.4 ) facing Deer Spring lake. 307deep repair). Delinquent tax property.

outboard and trolling motors, In box WE MOVE 964.5606.1/51F. MOBILE HOMES S/16 p.m.. Keystone Store ......... llpd with or well without septic mobile tank power home.pole Call, HELP WANTEDNeed Ext.R.porse CH-IIM dons.for Call current((1))rope(00-6B7-6000 list. 3/10
1988 A 1989 models. Dealer
Involc. TUTORING SERVICES .Is child Itpd. 4/27.
: your strug GENEVA LAKE ESTATES Off Hwy. 21. after 2 p.m. 4737901. Itchg 3/16
100; financing available. G B M Sales
with D's, C's when 2.000 ft. all modern
gling making they March 11. Frt., o.m.3 March driller and helper. Experience sq. cypress country
days 8 am.5 CST. p.m. home
p.m. capable of A'.? Call loft bedrooms,
or. making beams
fcan 1$. Sat. 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. Itpd 3/16 FOR SALE preferred but will train. Must have
964 8594 alter 12:30: p.m. 1/26TF In the middle of 65 acres. Posture andtlmb.rland.
14. FT. STUMPKNOCKER 20 hp Mercury SATURDAY. MARCH 11 95. Santa F. Florida Driver's License Coll Alllerroln
Free fish
galvanized, 12 in. wheel trailer, $1299. work. References estimates.Quality providedupon lakeside landing. 2 blocks west of PIANO FOR SALE Responsible party to Drilling Inc., Rolford, Florida 4311152. equipment building much pond, 30 x 80
Call SR2I at SE 84th' Av*. Things old. now Icoll 2/23ltchg 3/16. more. Days
Tom 964-7200 days or 485-1710 take
request. Coll Tom Lewis, 964-7527. over payments on spinetconsolepiano. 496-2721, evenings and Sundays
nights. Itchg 316LAND uble. I tchg 3/16 be Call Credit GROUNDS KtEMR. Must be versatile .
alter 6 p.m. 4tchg 3/9.3/30 seen locally. and 431-IJ99. $139.500.00. 3/16. ...tchg.6. .
knowledgeable of horticulture.
DRYWALLING Iree estimates. Quality MUITI-FAMIIV SALE< Saturday Mar. 18 Dept 904.254.8232.3tpd 3/2-16 "/ .
FOR SALE General outdoor work 20
23' HUNTER SLOOP 19M keel, 8 part-time -- -
work. References winged
provided re lake look lor
upon SR 26 at Swan signs.Itchg
hours week. Apply to Ramadan DOUBLEWIDE
Call John Goodman 964-2942. HP Johnson trailer. VHF more per ON 1 ACRE near Starke.
100 ACRES six room house and barn. 964-6989.quest.. .4tpd 3/2-23: or 3/16 Seldom used excellent condition. Hand Institute Lake Butler Hospital, $306 mo. 964-6408.. Itchg 3/16
Owner will linance. $2000/Acr. S98OO. 473-3B48. Itpd 3/16 850 East Main Street Lake Butler FL 1919 REPO DOUBLEWIDEi bank lay
Phone 964-7771 964-4537. 10/20TF .
All makes and models $15. James LOST AND FOUND CANOPY WATERBED Overhead mirror 496-2323 EOE. 3/2 tfnchg. make up back payments and assume
SHORT ON CASH" No Down Payment Lake Butler Apparel Company has an not. Call for details .
Strickland. 964-8733-Hwy. 233 A 16 *, curio cabinets, reading light. Six opportunity 1-964-6408. Itchg
Land) I 1 Acre and up. Some with large for
office 3/16
REWARD Lot whit with drawer pedestal. Must see to part-time employ
(Morgan Rd.) 321FHOUSEKEEPING cot light appreciate.
oaks permitting UNDERGROUND (No 473-7219. 3/16 ment. Must type 35 wpm.Apply In per 3/2 DOUBlEWIDEi living room and
Mound) Septic Tank.11RALPH ) I : dependable, honest, orange marking, blue *y.". 473-9182 llpd
son. 3/16. Itchg. 3/16. den with
reasonable rates. Monday-Saturday. or 473-9389. Itpd 316NOTICE SELF PROPELLED wheeled mower, 5 separate fireplace. Excellent
BRYAN REALTY 91>8878 Adult Ed Teacher. and condition. .
A 3/9.16 HP. new belts, excellent condition. Itchg 3/16
Wendy Nancy 96.3316.2tpd
In ,
city no Medical) Center In Lake Butler needs
$165 OBO. 3/16-30
TRACTOR WORK mowing and tilling. 1.659.2779.3tchg
homes Zoned for modular
part-time teacher for Inmates. For two
ROWING MACHINE Call"73-7901.
Call Carlton Craft 964-6697 anytime, '
homes. 5000. Call 964-5764 from 8.5
week 5:30 8:30
evening per : :
after 5 and or Jimmy O'Staen 91>4.7387 alter 5 p.m. Itchg
p.m.: weekends call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub p.m. Salary$12.50 per hour. Individualmust
964-5251.. 3/l6TFrw 2tpd 39.16HANDYMAN muted to the lake Region Monitor office1 be certified. Apply In person or
5 ACRES FENCED 2 BR, 2 Ba home, double : repairs, plastering stucco In writing and paid In advance HELP WANTEDMAKE call ((904)) 496-2222. exl. 176 for more MINI STORAGE 5x5 $15; 5x10 $20;
carport 2000..f. separate shop/RV remodeling trailer skirting paint unless credit It already establishedwith Information or send resume to: Personnel 10x10. $30 per month plus $20
storage, etc. Asphalt drive Two .4" and pressure washing. Free estimates, this office.MONITOR MONEY WORKING AT HOME Dept., Reception and Medical deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
well. .46 producing pecan trees. all work guaranteed. Call. Tommy STAFF CANNOT BE HELD selling Information by mall. Free Center P.O. Box 628 Lake Butler Fl tfnchg. 12/22
$59,900 TERMS. .468-1398 Parker or Sergio 964-6714. 2tchg IN detail. Rush self-addressed MOBILE HOME
eves. Itchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES stomped 32054. Equal Opportunity Employer. LOT. 1 acre shaded lot
3/9.16 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER envelope to E.W.S., Dept. A, P.O. Box Preference In appointment will be ready for mobile home hookup near

CARS TRUCKS, VANS ROOF WASHING REPAIRS: Parks AND Roofing PRESSURE 96.6341.Free THE TELEPHONE. 545. Lake Geneva FL 32660. .4tpd given to eligible veterans and spousesof Worthlngton. Can .496-2185 after 6.00
Classified deadline It 11:00: a.m.Tuesday 2/23-3/16 vetsrans. 3/16. Itchg. 3/16. p.m. tfnchg.
197. CORVETTE with T-tops, rebuilt 350 MATURE Estimates.LADY 4tchg 3/9-30 In prior to Thursday publication. BARTENDER NEEDED Call Evon at Electronics. Reception and Medical OFFICE SPACE. 150 W. Main Street
engine, automatic trans.. AC. PS. PB home willing to babysit my Minimum charge If 15 words for$3.50 4733034. Itchg 3/16 Center In Lake Butler has vacancies. $100.00 month. Call .4962261.
PW. Recently painted. $6500 neg. Large Monday-Friday fenced In yard 7 close a.m. to to 6 Waldo p.m. then 15 cents for each word thereafter. PART-TIME NURSES AIDE Call for appointment Requires 3 years full-time experienceIn Mobile Home for rent 2

964-5812. TFce Elem. School. TFds 473-2881. McRae Retire the Held of electronic Begins$7.99 bedroom/Alr/Central Heat. See Bonnie
1917 TOYOTA CAMRY loaded, takeover DO anytime. ment. 2tchg 3/16-23 per hour state retirement good Little Mobile Home Park Behind S r
payments 964-8569 or 96.7543.4tchg benefits. Apply In person or call (904)) S. 3/16 Itpd. 3/16.
? Any shift. We take care ol child In
2/23-3/16 my home. Close to Prison Rd. 16. SERVICESSEWING HOMES FOR SALE 496-2223, ext. 176 or send resume to: THREE BEDROOM HOUSE fully carpeted
1917 JEEP CHEROKEE auto loaded no 961.3803.3tpd. 3/16-30 Personnel Dept., Reception and In town near lake $260 month. Coll

power windows or teats, blue, .4 door FURNITURE REPAIR Good dependablework MACHINES CLEANED oiled and LAKE GENEVA 3 BR/2.BA brick US steel Medical Center P.O. Box 638 Lake 964-8602. after 6 p.m. TFlmmNOTICE|

10000. Very good shape clean fair prices, free estimates. Call adjust tension In your home. Special home. Attached garage. Lakeside' Butler FL 32054. Equal Opportunity
under warranty. 964-4759. altar 6 p.m. 964.6392.Itpd. 3/16 $12.95. Repair all brands. Work screened porch/patio. Fenced yard. Employer.' Preference In appointment
3tchg 3/9.23 NEIGHBORS CLEANING SERVICES guaranteed. 4737862. 3/2 tfnchg Newly redecorated. Beautiful land- will be given to eligible veterans and
116 OLDSMOBILE CALAIS 2 door dependable house and office cleaning. LOADING (Front End Loader) Hauling leaping. 130000. .473-3848.. 2tpd spouses of veterans. 3/16.1 tchg.3/16.

964-8614. or 96.5768.3tpd. 3/9.23 Call 964-3348. or 964-4968.. Itchg 3/16 dumping garden tilling landscaping 3/16-23 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
1971 DODGE DART $300. 9645135.. Itpd service available. .473-3645. leave BOATS to the Union County Times of.

3/16 R.V.t. CAMPERS, message 2tpd 3/9-16 RENTALSON lice In writing and paid In advance
1977 DODGE VAN runs $400 OBO. unless credit Is
WILL COMPANION SIT In home already establishedwith
TRAVEL TRAILERS your 14 1/2 foot bsss boat w/30
9643561. Itchg 3/16 659.2055 3/9.30 hp. Chrysler this office.
anytime 4tchg
1971 CHRYSLER good motor and trans; SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio and tilt trailer $1500.00. Call 275-2964. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
wrecked: $200. Utility trailer with utility 35 FT. PREMIERE TRAILER: sell- relayed. Prices reasonable. Bradford apartment furnished laundry S dockfacilities (Sanderson). 3/16. Itpd. 3/16. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

box $350. 964-3185.. Itpd 3/16 contained air trl-oxl.. awning many Septic Tank Service Starke. 964-8121.. utilities furnished. $275 mo CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
$275 473.2919.3/2
deposit. tfnchg
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED extras. To sea stop at office KOA Kam. .4tchg 3/9.30 MISCELLANEOUSSaturday. THE TELEPHONE.
ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR 1
VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes, Classified deadline .
Aground lot 106. Rd. 301 South OLE MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine Is MONDAY S
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers BA, large living room dinette, kitchenequipped P.M.,
Storke. No phone colls. Itpd 3/16 and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 473-3289. prior to Thursday publication.
Guide. 1-602-8388885 Ext. A 3493.. 4tchg 39.30DRIVEWAYS overhead fan, air conditioned March IB large warehouse Minimum charge,is IS word for S3.50,
3tpd 3/16.30 YARD SALES Asphalt or concrete. Free laundry A dock facilities $350mo. end garage sale. Lake Butler E-Z then IS cents for each word thereafter.
1981 CHEVY SPECTRUM Great condition $350 deposit 473.2919.3/2:' tfnchg .
Storage (Q. -Hqt. Mlnl .storoeo" '
estimates Call Steve 473.0042.4tchg COMMERCIAL SPACE vailKeystone "'*'ln.Lo '' .1aW1II. ...!, "' ...
must sell Immediately. $200 3/9.30 ::9d0d.hl: 3//6lfchg.3/16.--- .d ....n.._..
down take over payments; OBO. Call FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: 31011. Also Heights' 2 locarlonsI700 sq.
964-4863.. 2tpd 3/16.23 Mar. 1718. 9 a.m. til 3 p.m.. Inside.. SPRING TIME IS NEAR Will do your ft. & 1000 sq.ft. High traffic and visibility
1977 CHEVY PICKUP V ton. new 3 509 Center St. 2tpd 3/9.16 house cleaning. Have references.. Call In both location .473-3193 leave PLANTS Classified Ads
peed on floor new clutch MOVING SALE Saturday Mar. 18, 9 til. Granny 904.659.2150.4tpd 3/9-30 message. 3/2 tfnchg
Everything cheap I 1002 W. Pratt St. EXPERT HOUSECLEANING and personalcare TWO 2 BR MOBILE HOMES Convenientto end
AM/FM/cassette. runs good some Tomato pepper plal\t. Call Get Results!
for Good reference
Itpd 316SATURDAY schools. One available April 10, rent i
rust, good work truck. Asking $800. 473.3723.2tpd 3/9-16 4"3515.3/10 Zlpd. 9/17. i
7823653. Itpd 3/16 ,MAR. II:9-2p.m. Furniture or sell 1.904.388.6109.2tpd 3/9.16
17 MUSTANG: complete newly large mirror, clothes, household items. HANDYMAN would like work. Carpentry RENTAL AT GENEVA OAKS CH/A attic '

painted Inside and out. brand new Brownie. Rd. A Rd. 229, past Vo-Tech. 4733255., yard work Character, etc Call references Jim at ceiling fan W/D hook-up carpeted C RESIDENT MANAGER NEEDED ) I
Itchg 3/16 between
rebuilt engine excellent condition. patio quiet area Keystoneand
$1500. Call 473-7663 alter 5 Itchg YARD SALE: Saturday 9-4 p.m., 3/18. available upon request. Itpd 3/16 Melrese. 475.2121.2tchg 3/9-16
Mature wanted
3/16 East Morgan Rd., Look for signs. HOUSE CLEANING In Keystone Heightsor LAKE VIEW RENTAL 2 bedroom. 1 bath couple for 44-untt :

177 BUICK SKYLARK runs good extra 964-6713.. Itchg 3/16 Grandln area. 659-2867. 3tchg with fireplace, ex-large screen porch rental property In Starke. Duties

transmission $350 Cash. 964-3467.. SATURDAY, MARCH 18: Singer sewing 3/16-30 attached apartment 1 bedroom 1 Include and
Itchg 3/16 machine In cabinet $45' ; many other bath utility shed with electricity 8 apartment leasing
items. Crosby Lake boat ramp road. DOORS DRAGGING toilet. Discounted rent to handymanfor maintenance. Must be bondable.
Watch for signs. 964-8213. Itchg 3/16 minor repair Call 90/-415.1941.
mileage, 1 owner with all options. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: 8 til. EdwardsRd. LaRue Leveling Service for all your 4tpd 39.30UNFURNISHED no pets. Salary plus apartmentand

$4500. Call Jim 964-9000.. Itchg 3/16 From 301 2 miles on left from light. foundation repairs. Keystone, one bedroom lakeside utilities.
Cancel if rain. Itpd 3/16 "73.7721.7/9TF cottage, quiet area. Ideal for I.:
GARAGE SALE: 412 Bridges St., Frl A Sat. WILL DO HOUSECLEANING. : $4 per hour. newlywed or retired person. $265 Send resume to

9-5 p.m. Trav.llrall.r,everything mu.tgo. Honest. Relerences. 96.7874.3/9 month plus utilities, $100 deposit. No HERITAGE VILLAS OF PALM COAST
MOTORCYCLES Itpd 3/16 pet. .473-7259 or 473-2530. Itpd 3/16 ti
LAKE FRONT COTTAGE Fireplace, P.O. Box 10293. Clearwater FL 34617 =

WANTED screened patio near Keystone.473.4186.2tpd rMONAA NO
181 HONDA CM400: Good condition No Down_ Payment 3/16-33 Equal Opportunity Employer ,

low mileage, runs great but needs a .Handl-IIDuee RATTLESNAKES WANTED Dead or
-9a..*tank. $350 OBO.Call 964-6392.. Itpd Alive. Cashl Top Dollar! We pick up. TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE 1V4
e C&C Mini-Storage with washer ft
904.440.3344.4tpd. 2/23-3/16 bath, attached garage
dryer hookup. Stove, refrlg., NUGENT
APPLIANCE REPAIRS Garages 964-8848 dishwasher furnished: across from ees Realtor-M.oe.

Sell Some Reconditioned Greenhouses PERSONAL Elem. School. 4733681. 1/5TF 10211 N. MaID 8t.

Storage Bldgs. ri viiiEm IB High Springs, FL
Buy Some. Working i I, RANDALL S. BYRD will not be responsible t

& Non-Working 18.Across fy for any debt or checks written by NOW HIRING REALTY 32843
Gall L. Byrd both of 7234 Oak Hill REAlTOR
Call 4962090R. From Road Keystone Heights, 32656. 2tchg $52O MONTH. N-Rr.: Service

KOA? 3/16-23 TO START
V. DURRANCE Wai mart- oroce: ((904) 411.-80LD ((78113) Bob White
BUSINESS Evenings 6-10 pea New local Home: ((904) 984-4833 4643676Moving
appliance company has several
PUMP & SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIESSCREEN positions open for full and part-time

help.We offer excellent starting pay. to or from Gainesville? Let us help with our Multiple\ Listing
Well Drilling PRINTING BUSINESS for sole. good working conditions and a chance ServIce. We have aocese to hundreds or listings at our 1lngerUpa.

Rotary 2" to 6" All supplies and equipment needed and to (or school career graduate opportunities., have car.Must and be neat Just look at some of these great deals. Call us for more details.
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-- POSITIONS! 2 full-time positions sewer cable. TV. '*..-'491. 1/IJTP
available. Med/Surg experiencepreferred. FOX RENT MOBILE. HOMES with city FOUR ACRES--CLOSE IN-Wlth 3
FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES HELP WANTED Paid time off program. Apply water, sewer cable TV 2 BR, I bath Bedroom 2 Both from, only 35000.
to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery ''''.74'1. 1/12TP RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964.8878
$14.99 per month Call 964.6946. TF JOB Sell Avon. For Information call 496-2323. 3/16TF bo, unfurnished no pets, 1 child only. on 2 acres. Remodeled new carpel
NEWSPAPER DIST MANAGER person to superviseothers $175 month ISO fireplace, screened porch deck
PLATES aluminum 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition CHSA Ramona 7823068. 12/29TF plus f security depoilt.
measures 24x34" In this area. Salary comm. could Call alter 6 964-4430, $39,500.:
$.50 each Great lor enclosed patio on I plus acres, close to ATTENTION HIRINGII Government total p.m. 964-8970
$40.000 first 964-8878
patching and repairs. year. No exp or 964-8703. TFo|
TELEGRAPH 135 town. $29,000.RALPH jobs,
W. Call St. 9646305. TF your area. Many Immediate necessary, no age limit. Selected person FURNISHED MOBILE HOMI on Grllll LARGE THREI BEDROOM I'4 baths, cement
USED BRYAN REALTY,964.8878 openings without waiting list or test.$17,840$69,4B5. flown to Dlst. Office for block house In Stark., AC CH.
OFFICE FURNITURE desk, III. ONE ACRE WITH MOBILE HOME dbl. Call orienta Loop. 3 BR, 2 ba, air and heat no peli.
car 1-602-838-6885. Lion Need $2,900 (refundable fireplace. 10% down. $33,600.
cabinets ) depositto S27S month
choirs, .tc 964.8569 or port 2 BR, 2 boo fully furnished ext. R11006. fcan plus $150 curlty. Coll
9647545. pecan cover supplies. For details call Tom alter 6 964-8970 1-726-7651 after 5 p.m. 12/22TF
4tchg 2/23-3/16 8 p.m. 964-4430
FORD TRUCK PARTS pear trees. Appraised at 27500. NEED EXTRA CASH or a full-time lob? Kelly 1-B00.28 -1799. Itpd 3/16 9648705. 2/161F BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath haute on Rd.
lull II.! .. 964 Estate sole
6569 $23,000. Sell
225 AVON.
Hwy. (Bavl..nHwy Information call
CHRISTIAN TWO 100-A (Griff! Loop). On I acre, front
or 9647545. 4tchg 2/23.3/16 ). 4 miles South of SR 100 3 miles Ramona 7823068. 4tchg 3/2.23 : non-smoker to live BEDROOM 1 both mobile home
CHICKEN BARN FOR with elderly' lady In Keystone unfurniihed.' $100 month $150 and bock porch carpet throughout
SALE Call 964.5011, North ol SR 16. Estate ol E.S. Oliver PLOOF TRUCK LINES INC. has Immediate Heights. security
ask for Light housekeeping. depoilt. No 1 child. stove, refrlg., dishwasher Window air
MrtPhillips for oppt. 4tchg Will consider owner financing. Call for short-haul Must have own pett only Call
openings t road
3/9.30 9044711245. 4tpd 2/23.3/16 drivers. Must have car. Room board small salary. Reply alter 6 p.m., 964.8970, 964-4430 units. Utility with washer/dryer hook
1 verifiable.xperlenc.
FOR SALE,P Rug.r 22 ""S- ss"hot., 1986 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 14.60 ., good driving yr. record P.O. Box 6006. Starke, 32091. 2/26TF 9648705. 216WAPARTMENT up 27950. Call after 6 p.m..
$173. Small freezer, excellent condi 2 BR.. 2 baths, with screened front and past work history. Our drivers good ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for FOR RENTi 1 BR, 1 Ba heat g 964-4430 9648970. 9648705. TFo|
lion $200.: back average Bradford Telegraph. air WW carpet kitchen BRICK THREE BEDROOM 2 bath 2 car
Itchg 3/16 porches on 1.15 acre>, large landscaped .25-.27 mile and home Apply 135 W. Call water
REFRIGERATOR 19 cu. ft. Hotpoint yard metal tool shed locatedon weekends. PLOOF TRUCK are on St., Slarke. 32091. 2/26TF sewage, garbage furnished. $200 mo., garage, 1 acre on small lake. $82,000.
harvest gold color excellent condition. SR 221 SW of Hampton. 23000., 18002327233. Stpd 3/2-30 LINES SALES POSITION! Hughes Mobile Homes $100 d.p. Available 3/15. Call Call collect 8135315584. 4tchg
$200. 9646202. 2tpd 3/16-23 468.1980 alter 5 p.m. 2tpd 3/16-23 HOMEWORK SPARE TIME has one opening for man or woman. 468.1857.3/2TF 2/26-3/16
PIANOS FOil SALE 3 used pianos loral LARGE FOUR BEDROOM :2 bath land miniature toys, earn $20 .Paint.,. No lovely Earn $25k plus, experience not a must. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished apartment' THREE BEDROOM 2 bath with fireplace:
., recently rebuilt reasonably and home under $450/mo. Call for experience 9646407. Itchg 3/16 no children pets. $200 mo. lease. Also assumable mortgage and owner will
ed. Alto, piano tuning and repair price details. 19649172. Itchg 3/16 message neceisary.reveals details Amazing Call recorded CITY OF STARKE Is now taking applica 3 BR frame house needs repair. $175 take second mortgage. 9645980. 2tchg
work. 9645497. REPO SINGLE tion for EXPERIENCED mo.lease, 964-8404. 4tchg 3/9.30 3/9-16
Itpd 3/16 DOUBLEWIDES easy ((212)) 415.6027, SECRETARY.
ext. 5338.
2tpd 3/9-23
SEVERAL ITEMS Fiberglass truck qualifying low down paym.nt. TRUCK DRIVERS Qualifications-must have graduated MOBILE HOMI LOT Bayless Hwy. 3/2 BRICK with family room CHSA. 2'/i
for LWB truck, $150: aluminum topper truck 964.6408.ltchg 3/16 2,100 miles start week at $.23 per mile.. from an accredited high school typing 964.8877.964.6517. 2tchg 3/9.16 acre partially fenced, 1700 ..f., pool
topper for LWB $100: garden tiller, 5 CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile 1 per guaranteed.Minimum ability needs to be fast and accurate HALF ACRI MOBILE HOME LOT lor rent. assumable VA $63.900. 2/1 frame
year OTR experience, 23 must have Close to prison. Call 4681323. home In town $3,000 down and
hp $175. Call 964-4380: alter 6 home, we can help. 1.964.6407. Itchg old. ? Ask about expanded knowledge of fil 3/9TF
call 9646238. Itchg 3/16 p.m. 3/16 years school.Inexperienced ing procedures, personality must be RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY 3 BR. 1 1'/ assume VA loan. 9644889. 2lchg
HERITAGE BUILDINGS tapered I I.Beam. '(5 MOBILE HOME 28x54 3 BR, 2 Ba driving 18006433331. fcan Call J.B. Hunt, excellent and able to get along with bath on one acre. 3'/ miles from 316.23THREE BEDROOM
bolt- CHSA people; Must have town. Immediate occupancy. 9644990. HOME partially fur
up construction large / a
steel buildings patio on acre. Asking CRUISE SHIP JOBS andwomen. thorough nished.
Hiring men Itchg 316TRAILER Walking distance from schools,
engineer stamped construction prints, 28000. Call J. lee. 4730143. Itpd 3/16 $300 knowledge of office procedures; Must doctors and
to $900 week.
3.000 standard sizes: 30x40x10 $3.485- 14x56 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 ba. AC all per have a working knowledge of bookkeeping FOR RENT within walking stores located at W. 430
Photographers, tour guides, casino Center St.. Starke. $20,000
distance of cash Call
two .
4060.12 $6.275 electric Must have hopping centers.Prefer
50x75x12 skirted with shed. ;
: $9.186 $7,500 thorough
; workers, etc Excellent pay plus worldtrov.l. elderly Call 964-6286 after 5 p.m. Itpd 3/16
60x100x14 couple. 964.6388
$13,895. Call lor free nego. 9644391. Itpd 3/16 knowledge of word processors. Applications .
Hawaii Bahamas, Caribbean.Call after 6 GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U
brochures today. 18006435555. Icon will be accepted by the p.m. 2tchg 3/2 A 3/16
LIQUIDATION for supermarket, nowl 206-736-7000 ext. 105C (call of Starke Personnel Director Merrell City TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Grlffls repair). Foreclosures, repos, tax delinquent
NOTICE"Cla"llied refundable). fcan loop furnished or unfurnished. properties. Now selling. Call
restaurant bakery equipment. All Dees, City Hall. 2tchg 3/16-23 $175
LONG HAUL TRUCKING! Get Into a high 1-315-736-7375 ext. H-FL-58X for info
Items must be sold Immediately. All ELECTRICIAN! 20 year old per mo. $100 deposit. 964 8704. Itpd
demand company 24 hrs.
career as an 3tpd 31630Servicemen.
reasonable offers will be considered. deadline Is TUESDAY NOON': owner/operatoi needs two good residential electricians 3/16
Call 4078467002. IconMARY'S prior to Thursday publication. with northAmerlcan Van Lines, (Journeyman's licenses not required). FOR SALI OR RENT 1 BR mobile home

VARIETY SHOP: sells new and Classilled display deadline Is TUESDAY, Op.rat.one your we own offer tractor.a tractor If you purchase don'thave Must have drivers licenses, hand tools, 10x45 Park and 12.60 9647961.ft. WestmorelandTrailer ::>>.-
Itpd 3/16
5.00 P.M. good work and character := 'v
used lurnlture. Buy sell and trade. Call Special Classified display program that Is one of the best In the references. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
Mary, 9643250. 2/16TF placement Is NOT Guaranteed. Industry. No experience II Permanent lobs 40 hre plus overtime, excellent new
necesary. carpet drapes condition.
Minimum charge far classified' good pay Insurance, 'holidays,
COLOR ADVICE ads Is need will vaca
you training train
you Large shady yard on Griffis Loop.
Call for a personal obligation Mary 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for You must be 21, in good physical condl. tion. Call now 9645726. Itchg 3/16 4682374. Itchg 3/16 .
Kay Color Awareness consultation. each word thereafter $1 billing charge lion, and have a good driving record. AIDES part-time position MOBILE HOME nice location, near
Sandra Reddish Director Mary Kay will be added to each CHARGED Call northAmerican for a complete b,: to available.Lake Butler Experience preferred. Apply Ralford available April 1. 4311200.
Consultant ((904)964-5051) ad. formation package. 1800348.2147, Hospital Hand Surgery Itchg 3/16
(9044753214.) 3/16 ask for operator 97. fcan Center 4962323.SR 100 A 3/16 121, Lake Butler, Fla. NEAR MELROSE 14 wide 2 BR, 1 1V bath Cpl. Cheesemah

CITY OF STARKE now aceptlng applica WAITRESSES llchg MH, 2 yrs. old. CHSA, ceiling fans,
extra full-time Promoted in Marines
lions for position of police officer. Mustbe waitressesneeded utility bldg. with washer and dryer
certified with Florida Police Stan season. during Apply In our upcoming heavy hookups on 1 acre. Fenced yard. $295 Marine Cpl. Michael D.
dards. Apply Starke City Hall. 209 N. Restaurant person BuddV"Lokelront mo. 17774501. Itpd 3/16 Cheeseman, son of Donald and
Thompson St., Merrell Dees Office.Itchq RN/LPN NEEDED full-time 4682080. 3/I6TF TWO BEDROOM 1 bath In small town. Trudie Cheeseman of Melrose has
3/16 positions $700 first and lost plus sec. dep. Also
available, been promoted to his rank
EASY competitive salary excellent present
WORK! Excellent doublewlde
pay. Assemble MH. 3 BR. 2 ba, large family
.. benefits while serving with 2nd Marine Air-
products at home. Call for Information Apply at Bradford room In country, $250 first and last
Hospital, ((904)) 9646000. EOE. craft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station
i STARKE RADIATOR &: 5046418003. ext. 9579. 2lpd 3/9-16 3/16.23 2lchg 3M plus CENTER sec. dep.STREET 4681175.one BR Itchg apartment 3/16 In Cherry Point, N.C.A .

TRANSMISSION, INC. duplex. Adult only. $200 mo $100 1984 graduate of Interlachen

.Heater ft Radiator Repair Specialist. ..... security. 4681115. 4tpd 3/16.4/6 High School he joined the Marinesin
I Heater Core.Water Pumpe.Part STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to April, 1985.Joseph .

WE NOW DO BUMPER TO BUMPER JftG& .ltt. your homes work available.? We 4681323.have clean 10/8TF mobile

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS! o. FURNISHED ROOM with air. all utilities Sineath
arBEST paid. From $37.50 weekly. MAGNOLIA Basic
HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF
Corner 964-6810 301 A: BRIO i Recycling H CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC Navy Seaman Recruit Joseph E.
extras, reasonable rents. PINES. Sineath son of Thomas and Wanda
4962366. SR 121, Lake Butler 7/14TF Sineath of Starke, has completed
O ) r LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking applications recruit training at San Diego.
for 1 A 2 bedroom apartments During his eight-week training cycle -
We Buy Aluminum Cans, CHSA, fully equipped kitchen he studied general military sub
drapes. 7823531. New: management. to prepare him for
Copper, Brass, Radiators Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/I5TF further academic and on-the-job

Insurance*; fCfplUsipn( ; ONI. BEDROOM APARTMENT children training in one of the Navy's 85 basic
.;;'Q'G, TransmissionsAO" 'and elderly welcome. One pet allow fields.
;; A in' 9JA78 J"ltU"; > 6/1r.or./ ,iT-Dv .,\" .(*vwl6 tit.tttimm V n4!-will consider HUD Section 8 applicants. ,A 1987 graduate*'*! Andrew
ii I.n .trfnl..foI ..nnt..11 Best to call 964-8601 before 10 Jackson ifi "
229N.W. 28th St. Starke 9646'Longchamp after : n Jackson-
a.m. or 7 p.m. 3/2TF Joined
IN 'I ville, he the Navy in
'd d tf' N11/1 November, 1988.William .

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Loperena, son of Delia and Eliglo

Homes, Ince.11 GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) completed Loperena Jr.recruit, of Lake training Butler, has at

US 301 S. ((1 1/2M1.) 7 A > WANTED LESSONS: GUITAR. BANJO AND ELECTRIC BASS Lakes 111.Loperena's.
studies Included
Starke Fl 10 HOMES close order drill Naval
""7A Call 964-8 12O Tueg.-Fri. 11-7 e Sun.-Mon. 10-2 history seamanship and first, aid. Personnel, who

complete this course of instructionare
We feature PERSONALIZED BUILDING at NEEDINGPAINT eligible for three hours of college

Longchamp Homes. CUSTOM DESIGNING for HERITAGE credit in physical education and
the way you live. Bring us your pencilled sketchor hygiene.A 1988 graduate of Union County

rough draft. Our In-staff design artist will 10 homes are 607 Bradford Court in Starke High School, he joined the Navy in

work with YOU to satisfy YOUR needs. needed in the Starke November 1988.
Applications fbr Immediate are being acceptedon
also have available. Harold occupancy
We financing and surrounding areas 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

Davis, Mortgage Broker with Gainesville to demonstrate and plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.

Mortgage Company Is located In our office advertise our new Rental Information and applications are available at the

complex. Or, If you prefer, we will work with premium vinyl house Rental Office 607 Bradford Court. Starke

YOUR lender to obtain financing.LET : siding from the Equal

I Chrysler Corporation.Offer Call 964-6216 T""T Housing
for Mon. Fri. 9-5:3O .' f Opportunity
good brick p.m.
Check with LONGCHAMP HOMES today. Call
I wood frame or any About half as much hot water is
964-6853. other owner occupied used in the average shower as in

the average bath.
home. We are opening a

Starke branch and will

use these homes to I Bad Credit? Weak Credit? TrainTo

HIED C A R new advertise Chrysler and quality show our L Slow Credit? No Credit? Be A -

vinyl siding and trim I 0 0I Professional

tpe work. SECRETARY

I I have new-found sOurces to get your financing arranged on SEC/RECEPTIONISTl

.CALL TOLL FREE any new or used car or truck, even with past bad credit.;; EXEC. SECRETARYStart

I locally.fuBtlmeparttlme.learn
1-8OO-232-1773. CALL: DANNY NUGENT 964-2791 word processing & related
.87 FORD RANGER '89 ISUZU IMPULSE '85'LTMOUTHCARAYEU. LE.C. lecretqrial skills. Home study and
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NADA Retail 10925.00 NADA Retail $8725.00 NADA Retail $6325.00 NHSC
Your Price 10100.00 Your Price $7537.50 Your Price '$50094)0) ., V- :.f 473-7256 -
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NADA Retail $6400.00) NADA Retail $5600X0 NADA Retail $7500.00 ., "A Full Service Law Firm" I

Your Price $6347.51 Your Price $5000.00 Your Price $5150X0
5 Attorneys and 11?Paralegal
15 CWiTf CAVALIER mt s 88 FORD t .
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Trial Work: Will3. & Probate. Social! C.l HUA'4HI.I
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Your Price $3545.00 Your Price $6300X0 Your Price .$8732X0 I Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries.\JBanltruptcy Law. Fire Losses. j

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,if f.' State Federal Court. Zonliig.,Administrative &: Home study end meideat treJafaic.

NADA Retail $10425X0 NADA Retail $6925X0 NADA Retail $6875X0 Governrrfental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law MatL hdo/k.Pompano Beech n.FLnancUl .

Price $9799.74 Your Price $6275.11 Your Price .$817500 Aid Available
Tour Employer-Employee Relations.: ge and Hour Law.. Job Placement Assistance

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