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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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from the southwest, and will linger over the north central Florida Social Scon. . ... . .34* r i It t ,I I I I 1 J
area at least until late Thursday, bringing some cooler .Public Nolle... .. . .. .. 7A a I \ j-I J
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temperatures with lows into the low 50's. Highs will only be in the sport.. . . . . . ..lOA 11'1 I ''I \ )II.I "i 1
low 70's, which is about normal for this time of year.
Clearing will begin: Friday, and warmer air will return with high SECTION II 12 .....
temperatures again into the 80's for the Easter Sunday parade. Antique Show . . . . .II
Spring began at 10:28: am. Monday March 20. The moon was full afford Donate. . . . 2B ,
Wednesday at 4:58: am. Passover (Thursday) follows the first full 14 SMk Crown. . . . .3.7.IB JJl!

moon after the spring equinox, determining Sunday to be Easter. Crlm Sc.n.. . . . . .4-SB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side
of Heaven
Sunrise Thursday is at 6:30: and sunset at 6:42, making the day Claulllodi. . . . 9- IB
12h 12m long. Aroa Doath. . . . . 12B 109th Year STARKE, FLUKIUA :25Cent! Copy
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Holy Week Scenes... j

Scenes from the Last Supper, the ;i r ;4- --ttcr
draped crosses, the tomb of Jesus
and the tomb on Easter Morningwill 301
be depicted in the church yard Congestion
by the young people of the Starke
First United Methodist Church, Fri-

day, March 24, from 5 to 7 p.m.
To view the scenes in by Buster Rahn and the swamp will require 900-1,200
chronological order, begin at Fire BCT Staff Writer feet of fill dirt, 6-8 feet high to cross

Station, go west on Jefferson St., City Clerk Neil Tucker told the the flood plain, Ruckman said.
North on Walnut St. and east on Starke Council it needs to consider The city has pushed its water and
Jackson St. building a road into the back side of sewer lines across the area already,
the Wal-Mart shopping center, during Ruckman said, but another permit
Rec News... ) the Tuesday, March 21, council will be required from DEA (Department
The Starke Recreation Depart- meeting. of Environmental Regulation)
the following: \ for the street.Ruckman .
ment announces !:
Easter hunt, party and \rp : c
egg Object of the road is to relieve recommended the city
Fri-
Pratt Street Center,
at
games some of the local traffic now using build a 24-foot wide pavement to ac-
March 24 at 9:30: a.m., forages
day,
US-301
to get to the new shopping comodate the traffic.
4-10. center (Deerfoot Village), and
Anyone Interested in keeping ( : secondarily provide access to city- Starke bought the property years
and softball :
for baseball : 44j
score owned .
property.The in two Tucker
games please contact the Recrea- # :2'e..a ago or more parcels.
; said some of the acreage was owned
964-6792.
tion ph. '
Softball Department and T-ball registration .'d' city owns 400 acres, more or by the city prior to his being on thecity
begins Monday, March 20 and runs less, behind the shopping center and council in the late 60's. The property
to May 23. Fee, $10. '.4k on Edwards Road. The property has is the site of an old city dump,
Anyone Interested in having a never been opened because of the expense and was designated as the city's first
softball team in the City League of crossing Alligator Creek industrial park.A .
must be at the March 27 meeting, and filling in the swamp. The city
., lacks frontage on US-301, althoughthe street into the area will open the
old building.
in the Armory y
m does city owned land to development,andit
Times 7 for women's city own an easement from
,
p.m.for men's teams andmen's p. both the north and east sides of the will also provide local
teams. 7:30: r \ *"*>** V property. access to the Wal-Mart sopping
church teams. center without driving on US-301 achore

Umpires meetings..anyone baseball, In- & &* Epperson Street runs south from most residents like to avoid.Commissioner !
terested in umpiring 1 I
please meet at Pratt Street Centerat ". Mft Edwards Road to the Creek, Coun- Vernon Silcox and 1
7 p.m., Tuesday, March 28. $15 :-w cilman Vernon Silcox said, but the John Miller, co-publisher of The ,
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creek and swamp effectively bar ac- said the street
per game, Dixie Boys. Telegraph, new can I
Queen Lilly... cess until bridged and filled. possibly be run north and tie Market >
Sunrise Service... An easement between Jackson's Road, accross SR-100, across
1988 Strawberry Queen Lilly Burgess poses In the Lilly are Introduced on Pages 3,7. and 8 of the Building Supply Co. and Ace Hard- Brownlee Road, on to Market Roadon
The First Presbyterian Church strawberry patch of Leon Starling Just off SR-223 west B-section In this edition of The Telegraph. ware store connects the city owned SR-16 west, to provide a by-pass I
and the First United Methodist of Lawtey. Local growers are just beginning scrap berries after property with US-301. west around the town.
Church of Starke will hold combined Queen Lilly will crown the 1989 Strawberry Queen in the mid-February freeze which got down to 20 degrees, City Engineer Don Ruckman said Bill Miller, who heads up the DOT
Easter sunrise services, at 6:30: the pageant set for April 8, the Saturday night severely damaging the plants. Berries should reach he has made a preliminary review of office in Lake City, has been quotedas
a.m., Sunday, March 26, on the preceding the Bradford County Fair which runs April what will be their post-freeze full production In 2-4 the property, and thinks it will cost saying, "Starke must learn to live
parking lot of the Presbyterian 11-15. weeks, says County Extension Director Bobby Taylor. $200,000-$300,000 to bridge the creek with the heavy traffic on US-301,
Church on East Call Street. The 14 young ladles who are seek to succeed Queen Berry prices are at a premium, due to the scarlty. and fill the swamp. Alligator Creek since there are no plans in the next
The Rev. Jerry Patton, will require an 80 foot long bridge, few years to alleviate the problem."
Presbyterian Minister, will be in
charge of the services, with the

message.Minister Rev. Dwight, bringing Cana McQueen Schmidt the Easter, Methodist will provide Weiser Loses Appeal to PutHome 2 Houses on 1 Lot 1 I


special music.A ... ...
special offering will be taken in builder Craig Weiser lost an before the County Commission.The Attorney Gene Shaw, represented not unusual. Questions which shouldbe Weiser said he's clear. with the
support of the Starke Food Pantry. appeal for a variance to build two permits were rescinded when Weiser in his request for a review of asked, Shaw said, are: Is it worM of Environmental -
The public is invited. houses on a 34,000 square foot lot on the Zoning Officer was notified the the decision of the Board of Adjust- thy of a variance?Will it damage the Regulation (DER), which
Lake Santa Fe in a 4-1 vote by Brad- lot is too small, under Bradford zon- ment. Attorney Terence Brown neighborhood? originally said one home is too closeto
BHS Alumni... ford County commissioners ing regulations. represented the Santa Fe Lake It will put two homes in the$85,000to the water, that it does meet set

A BHS alumni is set for Wedenesday, March 15. Commission Chairman Wilbur Dwellers Association which brought $90,000 range on the tax roll, Shaw back requirements. The bottom line
March 27 meeting at the Western Commissioners voted 4-1 to upholda Waters voted against the motion to some 25 persons to the Wednesday; pointed out. is DER, the Corps of Engineers, and
Steer Monday Steak, House. The 5-0 decision by the Board of Adjust- uphold the Board of Adjustment's night mid-month for zoning decisions Shaw suggested a variance is in Suwannee River Water Manage-
Dutch-treat dinner will be 6pm.followedby ment to deny a variance to allow two decision to deny the zoning variance. order ment District have all approved the
business houses on a 34,000 square foot lot on Commissioner Joe Riddick moved to Attorney Shaw, speaking first Rumblings of a law suit reachedhis lot for two homes, said Weiser.
the meeting.A afterdinnel'speakeI' Little)*Lake Santa Fe. deny the appeal for a variance. A pointed out such a review of a BoaI'dof ears March 15, Shaw said. He Weiser said he plans to build other
special is planned.guest Builder Craig Weiser secured permits long pause ensued before new Com- Adjustment decision is allowed later denied any plans to sue the homes in the county,and he wants a
The BHS Alumni Association to build two homes on the 34,000 missioner Ross Chandler seconded under Section 3.98 of Bradford zon- county on the matter of a variance. good relationship with the County
booth the square lot. The lot or lots are Riddick's motion.The two were join- ing regulations, and the request was Shaw asked that the board judge Commission. He said he does not live
to host at
Clans a Fair. If upcom- classified single family residential, ed by Commissoners E.L. (Nook) filed within the 30 days allowed. fairly and there won't be a suit. on the lake fulltime, "..but I love it.
have items County of interest you which requires 20,000 square feet per Norman and Maxie Carter Jr. in "Howdy. It ain't no funeral yet. Builder Weiser said he secured I'm just as concerned about the environment -
any them to the or sug- home. It leaves Weiser 6,000 square voting to deny the variance. Let's lighten up!" Shaw told the two permits, started work, and stop- as anybody else."
gestions, bring feet short of meeting the require The vote came after an hour of solemn-faced commissioners, get- ped at the request of the Zoning Of- The Opposition...
meeting. ment. After the Board of Adjustment discussion. The Commissioner ting them to grin a little bit. AH par fice. One home on the lot is nearing
denied the variance, Weiser asked listened to those favoring a varianceand ties acted with good intentions, Shaw completion and a multi-layered slabis Attorney Terry Brown, represenSee -
Families Against Drugs... for a review of that Board's decision those opposed. said. Variances, as to set backs are poured for the second home. ( Apeal..P.2A) 1


its Families regular monthly Against Drugs meeting will Tues-hold Beer Sales Be Bby aimed in Brooker it I

day Vo-Tech, March Media 28 at Center.7:15: p.m.Plans, in for the Sunday May r


the "Red Ribbon" week in May are Buster Rahn Councilwoman Sue Davis movedto Following a brief discussion, in Davis said it is difficult to get to banning Sunday sales of alcoholic
continuing to be made. All persons BCT Staff Writer instruct City Attorney Johnny which Bryant said "There's lots of the gasoline pumps on Sunday, beverages."
concerned about the problems of the motion sometimes taking 15-20 minutes for Attorney Hobbs will an ordinance
Council Chairman Gene Melvin Hobbs to prepare an ordinance ban- people out there, carried prepare
substance abuse are urged to at- beer-purchasing car owners to which will then require two
proposed a ban on Sunday sales of ning the sale of beer on 4-.
tend. alcoholic beverages in Brooker in neither councilmen George Pierce Melvin said Sunday sales of beer move. After pumping gas, one then public readings, 10 days advertisingand

Chamber Mixer... the Tuesday, March 14 meeting of or Jim Bryant would second the mo- and wins are banned in surroundingareas has to pass through a crowd of beeI'purchasel'S adoption by the council.
to the cashier's
to
in congregation of get
Town Council. resulting a
Prescott Resigns...
The Chamber of Commerce Handy Way Food Store is the only tion.Chairman Melvin relinquished the people coming to Brooker to buy stand.
"After Hours" mixer is slated for business in town selling alcoholic chair to Vice-Chairman Pierce, and Beer, creating a nuisance for local Attorney Hobbs said, "I find Jeanette Prescott, who has been

Tuesday, March 28, from 5-6:30: beverages. seconded the motion. people. nothing that prohibits the'city from (See Brooker...P.3A)
p.m., in the Florida National Bank.


Annual Cemetary election Trustees.of trustees for.. REA's Seek To Keep r Co-op, Customers Paying More? I n

the Santa Fe Cemetary will be heldat -
March 28 in By Anne SponholtzEditor which was seven and a half percent of what a member
7 Tuesday, ,
p.m.
Hampton City Hall. Regional Customersby of The Lake Region Monitor paid for electric service, it would ultimately "reducethe
While electric consumers in North Florida were pay- effective cost of 1,000 kwh to$80.14 for Clay Electric
Mz. Ugly ContestThe L.I ing anywhere from $65 per 1000 kilowatt hour to$79 per members in 1988. This represents over $3 less per 1000
Buster Rahn ing is to serve retail electric 1000 kilowatt hour (kwh) for their electricity during kwh than Florida Power and Light," Phillips said.
5th annual Mz. Ugly pageantwill BCT Staff Writer customers." February, Clay Electric consumers were paying; $93 Both Phillips and Bennett emphasized that Clay
be held on April Fool s Day, The integrity of REA's (Rural each time they used the same amount of electricity. Electric officials are concerned over being higher than
Saturday, April 1, at 7:30: p.m., in Electrification Association) That paragraph would preclude Jacksonville Electric Authority customers got the other nearby utilities.
the BHS Auditorium.The operating within the state is called Starke, for instance, from condem- best break during February when its customers paid "We want our members to know that in cases wherewe
pageant' is sponsored by the into question by Attorney FredrickM. ning and taking over Clay only $65 per 1000 kwh. Gainesville Rural Utility was are presently higher,we don't like it any better than :,
All Sport s Club. Admission, $3. Bryant of Tallahassee, in a letterto Electric's customers inside the city just behind JEA with $68 per 1000 kwh, and residential they do," Phillips said. .
all FMEA (Florida Municipal limits, both those currently being customers of Starke Electric and Florida Power Corporation Phillips said that a major factor to be considered 1
Arts & Crafts... Electric Association) members, served,or any who might be brought consumers were charged$70 per 1000 kwh. Of when reviewing rate comparisons is "why rates may '.
Area artists, craftsmen and hob- which includes Starke. into the city by annexation.The the six power companies Included in this survey, be different."
byists are invited to participate in Florida Power and Light came in fifth at $79 per 1000 He says Clay Electric's rates reflect the fact that the

Lawtey Community School's Arts REA members want to keep the item would also protect in- kwh, but that company was still $14 per 1000 kwh cooperative "averages about 11 consumers per mile of
cheaper than the $93 per 1000 kwh Clay Electric Co-Op line while neighboring utilities average 35 to 50."
Festival on Saturday, April 1. Call municipal customers they currentlyserve. vestor owned utilities, such as
ph. 782-3639 for further Information. REA members are lobbying Florida Power Co. and Florida charged its customers. Electric "Also effecting a utility's rates is the cost of the
Because the charge for electricity to Clay generated or purchased it provides. Presently,
power ,
and Co. from
legislators for a law to REA Power Light having
protect
from month to month, the monthof
taken customers fluctuates the majority of generating units in Florida were built
and investor-owned areas over by municipalities.
utility com- March will see a reduction from February's $93 per years ago at much less cost. The Investment cost of the
DT Merchants... panies from having to give up 1000 kwh. According to the co-op's \
Florida Power and Light Co. 1000 kwh to $91 per Seminole plant is approximately $850 per KWH com- "
Downtown Merchants are plann- customers living inside city limits.A serves customers inside Starke's ci- Director of Membership and Public Relations Ed Ben- pared to less than half that cost for the blended
"Downtown Renovation nett, during 1988 the Clay Electric average during that. generating cost of neighboring utilities. The larger in-
the limits also.
ing Jubilee for Saturday, May 8. letter by Bryant to all FMEA ty year's 12-month period was $86.64 per 1000 kwh. vestment cost Is not saying Seminole was a bad deci-
to participate in members was distributed to Starke Officials at Clay Electric say monthly comparisons sion. As other utilities are required to build new
wishing Cities oftime
Anyone should contact Glenda council members Tuesday, March annex adjacentareas servedby can be misleading because rates go back and forth, a generation, it will impact their power costs," Phillips !
the program of the association, 22. by City Clerk Neil Tucker who REA that are investor-owned already being fact that General Manager Bill Phillips says is"typicalof says, emphasizing that in the years ahead he is looking
Epps, president or an utility.
said the letter is "very important. the Industry." forward to Seminole providing lower costs. I
The
ph. 9644151. Councilman Vernon Silcox echoed REA proposal will preclude a city Phillips explains that for example, "during 1988 the Phillips says the company IS also dedicated to doing
Tucker's statement.The from serving those newly annexed monthly average cost of 1,000 kwh at Clay Electric"was what it can to reduce rates and says that Load Management -
residents.
$86.64 while Florida Power and Light was $83.27. is one of the key ingredients in going in that direc
Craft Show... letter,which constitute REA's Phillips also says he feels the capital refunds issued
Any organization or Individual Interested proposals, contains 11 points but Attorney Bryant said in his letter, members is a big plus and should be taken into consideration tion."That's why we're developing and will implementnew J
in participating in the possibly item no. 10 Is the one point "While this (proposal) did not come in rate comparisons.Unlike companies own- load management programs to Improve the
Downtown Craft Snow Saturday, cities with municipally owned unexpectedly, the manner In which ed by stockholders or holding companies,Clay ElectricIs cooperative's load factor, which will help reduce future
M-y 6, please contact Glenda Epps, utilities cannot abide. Item 10 the REAs have pursued it and their owned by its members and each year members (who power costs he said.
ph. 964-4151, or Carolyn Autry ph. states: tactics could cause some to question have had the service for nine years or more) receive a Phillips also stressed what he said Is the company's
964-7810. their integrity.We will be contactingyou capital refund check based on their usage during the continued commitment for excellent service, and said ,i
Free booth rental (member cities) further in the previous nine years. with this service the co-op will be looking toward im-
."Preclude one retail electric sup- very near future after we have Phillips says, for example, that by taking the capital proving "our rate
plier from facilitiesof designed our strategy!: to meet and refund assigned to each Clay Electric member in 1988,
another retail suppler if the tak defeat this challenge. '




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A Starke committee began work March 27.Attorney. :i r
Monday night, March 20, on the long- Green has been assigned -4 ? : ,
needed job of overhauling the city the charter for > _
charter. consideration at future meetings. r
The charter the latest edition of There was also talk of having the $ ; 4)) ; _
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which is dated 1960 contains many meetings recorded. ..
outdated laws. Still to be added ,
are
A charter will include the city's _
new
laws the City Commission has R +
pass- e
ed since I960 new single member voting !,4'
For example, the charter still con- district set up, the system the city is
tains a provision restricting black being forced to establish followinglast
residents to living in the northeast month's loss of a 3-year-old
section of I the town. It also contains a lawsuit brought by the Bradford
J provision forbidding anyone under Chapter of the NAACP The suit
17 from going outdoors between 10 charged that Starke's at-large t
p.m. and 5 a.m., and a law prohibiting voting system in which all council + 4 taw rn
the sale of pornography members are elected by all the )
voters of the city, prevents a black
Commissioner Vernon Silcox, cur- from being elected to the city commission -
rent chairman of the city's Law and The local NAACP group
Rules Committee, appointed the had previously won voting rights
committee. Meeting Monday night suits with both the county and school
with Silcox were County Commis- board. Those boards did not go to -

sioner Ross Chandler, a Starke resident trial, but were also forced to set up f p. -, -
; R.A, ( ) Green, local at- single member voting districts. -- --- -. -- - -
torney; John Miler, co-publisher of
The Telegraph Dwayne Hardee, ci- The city must establish five single

ty Builder's fire chief.Supply Bruce is also Scott on of the Jackson committee the member black-dominated voting districts Reno, one being area. Starke Elementary Kindergarten Straight E Students, Second Six Weeks... -

Since Commissioner Charles
Schaefer is retiring his seat can be Converse, Whitney Alvarez, John Meyers Jarett Dukes, Lindsey
The committee is scheduled to used for the new black.dominated Students In the Kindergarten classes at Starke Elementary school who Moredock and Adam Walnwrlght.
meet again at 7:45: p.m. Monday district.to have made straight E's for the second six weeks grading period are Mrs. Gruen & Hull classes: Amanda Houston, Jamesia Aldrldge,
shown above: LaToya Chandler Dawnita Herndon, Rob Kroll, Brian Rosier, Lawrence
Front row. Mrs. DeSue class: Dane Stephens, Michael Cowart and Budget Daniel Mattox!:, Stacy Young, Lola Flggott Jennifer Watson,
Cheryl Miller. Brandon Mlze, Dwayne Phillips Michelle Stewart, Angela Daugherty
Appeal. Mrs. Stephens, Scott and Register classes: Jenny Morgan Brandy Becky Norman and Jesse Fowler.
Meade, Alisha Patel Michael. Johns, Charles Johnson Brian Brown Absent were Anthony Holmes. Mark Reddish, Steven Hankerson
Justin DeValerlo. D. J. Wilkerson Michael O'Steen, Jessica Carter Joslyn Burch. Brandie Rawlinson T. J. Short Stacy Paterson Lindsey
from page 1A the water quality of the lake. Hill Natalie Holton Matthew Hull, Annie Stafford Amanda Seyfang, Frankie Joyner and Crystal McQualg.New .

ting the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers urged commissioners to deny the request -

sion Assoc.to, "asked...quite the simply County, follow Commis-the Hill.said the permits issued for six Water Plant on Edwards Rd. Goes On Lineby I

law, act in a proper legal manner." houses on the former Loree Lanier

The Commissioner does not have property on Big Lake Santa Fe will Buster Rahn Only four items drew bids from cost of the two buildings is $36,600, to pawn-shop from its former owner.
legal authority to grant Weiser's request make the area too dense. BCT Staff Writer eight bidders. A bid of $475 was be erected in the Maintenance Yardon Tucker said a background checkon
Under Section 3.98 of the Zon- The cumulative affect is what worries The new water plant on Edwards made for a 1977 AMC Hornet sedan. Orange St. Dugger has been completed, and
ing Code four criteria must be met to lake residents who say the den Road will have its final Inspectionnext An offer of $10 was made for an air his record is clear.
secure a variance. sity should be held to what the law week, and will go on line im- compressor that doesn't work. a $70 Grant Application... Was told by Attorney Brown said
Weiser bought one lot, paid for one allows. Allow this exception and it mediatley City Engineer Don bid was made for a 1979 moped, and Bruce Smith, representing North there is no further information on
lot and subdivided it into two opens the door for more of the same, Ruckman told the Starke Council at Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier bid Central Florida Regional Planning the NAACP suit,although he had expected -
smaller lots. The request for a said lake resident Sandy Fisher. $51 for an "old" bush to hear from plaintiff's Attorney -
its Tuesday March 21, meeting.The hog. Council (NCFRPC), held the first of
variance does not meet any of the Lake resident Linda Sewell oppos- The four bids turned David concerning
old water plant at the power were over to two public hearings to advise the Lipman
four criteria, Brown said. ed the variance, calling Weiser"an station will be removed from service the committee for evaluation and public on a $575,000 Commercial district lines. The city learned last
"This >s no hick from the sticks, "unconscionable greedy builder when the new facility begins opera- award. Redevelopment Block Grant being week that it lost the suit, and will be
Brown said, calling Weiser a "big, All three residents were of the opinion -
Commissioner Charles Schaefer for the required to scrap its city wide voting
applied by city.
"
smooth operator. Weiser initiatedthe the Wieser slab closest to the tion.Completion of the Edward's Road moved to re-bid the remaining 8 The grant is the second phase of system for five single member
action talked the clerk in the water will be under water when the items and add Ford PU districts of which must
plant clears the way for the city to a 1967 the Downtown Redevelopment Program voting one
Zoning Office into issuing the per- lake level is higher. They said the open bids on a second water plant, to surplus to the Sewer and Water and would provide funds for be predominately black. Lines of the
mits. The dollars paid were the slab is in danger of being undermined be located at the elevated water tank Department.Last place facades on the downtown store black district have been agreed
amount for one lot, Brown said. in rough weather. site, month the city offered an old fronts. upon, and includes most, but not all
"Gene could charm the rattles offa Ruckman said the city should now bucket truck, on which the City of of the Reno area. The district is
rattle snake. One person is Attorney Shaw, accused of using call for bids to "bore and jack" High Springs submitted a $5,000 bid. Last year Starke lost out on a bounded by Brownlee Street on the
smoother, that's the applicant," the term "sleazy" in referring to opponents under the railroad for water and The council refused the bid, and offered Community Redevelopment Block south and the CSX Railroad on the
Brown told commissioners.Don't that addressed the board in sewer lines into the Industrial Park. to negotiate a price, wity City Grant with the area In NW Starkebehind west. The city limits are the north
make a decision predicatedon opposiiton to the variance, apologized the courthouse being the
The successful bidder must carry Attorney Terence Brown's approval and east boundaries.
the idea of a law suit you might to the assembled residents. Shaw $3-$5 million in insurance while the Schaefer reported the city came to target area, because of its minority Brown said the law requires the
lose. Brown told the commissioners. said he simply attempts to representhis work, progresses, Ruckman said, terms with High Springs and sold the hiring practices. remaining four districts must be
client to the best ofr his
Bradford County is not liable for in- ability There were no questions from the
and city employees should not do truck for $7,500.Tucker essentially equal in the number of
correctly issuing a permit, he said. any work on CSX (railroad) right-or- reported the Bond floor. voters living within them.
It is clear the board should deny Shaw said the sleaze, the slab, the Trustees have approved the Was told by Commissioner
purchase
the petition. There is no hardship on wash over, the lake watch, and way of two metal buildings for use Other Actions... Charles Schaefer reported the city
the builder.. pollution, is not the issue. The re- Surplus Property Bids... by the electrical and gas shops. The In other action, the council: park, between the RosenbergBuilding
Harold Hill, who heads the Santa quest meets the setback re- Clerk Neil Tucker opened council had opened bids for the two Approved a request by Edward and the railroad on east
City
Fe Lake Dwellers Association and a quirements DER hold for a variance, there is bids on 12 equipment items, worn- buildings in a prior meeting,and had Lee Dugger for permit to operate a Call Street,has been completed, and
retired executive on waste systems, no on the request, he added obosolete to turned them over to Bond Trusteesfor pawn-shop on N. Temple Ave contains a water fountain and picnic
said two houses on one lot thus two Shaw added, "We have" not needs.out, or surplus city evaluation and approval Total: Dugger: said he has purchased the tables. .. -
septic tanks, would be detrimental threatened any legal action. : .


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failure of a computerized was scheduled to be placed In service ty jail from where the communica- Gainesville when attempting to
switching facility left some 5,000 later that same evening. We tions system is operated. The transfer a child to a Gainesville I
C Starke, Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake were able to accelerate the conversion hosptial however, was able to call hospital.
aD residents without telephone servicefor and use the new equipment to on
almost two hours last Saturday restore servi"e to customers much BARC Fund Raiser Drugs, The Beautique Leta's Style;
afternoon, March 18. more quickly! than we could have Center, Hodges Hardware, Radio
otherwise," McCreless said. Tickets On Sale Shack,Working Man's Jewelry,Sun-
rt ke
1JMdt seaHSH "The exact cause of the switch" Tickets are on sale for a $1 donation shine Industries, BARC board
failure is still being Investigated, According to Centel officials, at area locations for a drawingset members and parents!; and tomorrow
said Printess McCreless, customer telephone service for the Starke at 10 p.m. Saturday, April 15, at (March 24, Good: Friday) at
services manager-east in the area, including the state prison, was the Bradford County Fair by the Winn-Dixie.
Tallahassee office of Central out between approximately 8 p.m. Bradford Association of Retarded
Telephone Company. and 7:50: p.m. Citizens (BARC). Correction:

Top prize is $100 in groceries In last week's Teacher of the Year
"However, we are fortunate in donated by Winn-Dixie. Other prizes the of two
story, names applicants
that we had a piece of newly- All telephone service was out. Including and donors are: 25 gallons of gas were inadvertently omitted.The two
installed switching equipment that the hospital,and at the coun- donated by Torode Amoco; one casef additional applicants were:
motor oil donated by Register Oil; Ramona Jordan, Brooker
3 GREAT 6-foot picnic table donated by Sun- Elementary.Alice .
line Industries; a cutting board Faye Waters, Hampton
mated by Sunshine Industries, and Elementary.The .
lO in groceries donated by Food Telegraphregrets the omis-
to is ion. sion.

WAYS! Tickets are available at Mitchell's -The Editor


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Buster Rahn school Gnffis spent a year in the
BCT Staff Writer United States Air Force and received
Oo Dale Gnffis, native of Starke, has an honorable discharge.
'i Original Batter .._. Seen hired by Lawtey Chief of Police
M.M. Jordan as a Lawtey police of-
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slaw fries and hush If you're bke most Griffls has been on the force aboutix a medical technician for four years,
fi I puppies. people, your biggest '+ c weeks Chief Jordan said in the earning state certification as an
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hanging around in Griffis, a 1978 graduate of BHS, is College (LCCC), While working as
( your closet And K'i, Call today Let he son of Clifton and Lanette Grtf- an EMT Griffis was also a part-time
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years, told the council she will
Attorney Hobbs presented a draft
resign after the March 18 meter
reading, citing lack of time for the of bidding and purchasing procedures
for consideration By the
Job.Attorney council. After a brief review, the
Hobbs said the
councilshould
council voted to adopt the procedure
advertise the vacancy, and
as written.
interview applicants. The procedure provides for the
Pierce's motion
to advertise
by clerk to make purchases up to $500
4-0.posting notices In local stores passed without bidding.

Purchases between$500 and$2,000
The meter reading job pays $100 require bids, oral or written, by t
month,and
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day per month to do the actualreading. W
However Purchases above$2,000 require In- I a, wa'fjy.YPT
the meter reader
vitations to bid to be advertised,
also turns water on and off for with the bids to be opened in a coun-
residents, for which he/she Is given cil meeting, and awarded to the
additional compensation. lowest bidder that meets specifications -
Water cut-on fee during working .
hours is $25; after hours the fees A purchase order is required forgoes
to$50.The meter reader gets 50 all purchases exceeding ten dollars.
percent of the cut-on fees.

The council Instructed Attorney Amend Budget...
Hobbs to prepare a resolution, reThe council voted to amend the .+ r ,
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questing transfer of the Farmer's budget to provide funds + 7 Iy.- y e
Market to the town, by the Florida operating for street repairs. w ., ._,_... .. --. ,...- 'r...
Department of Agriculture, since it Starke Elementary Straight A's...
is not being used. Clerk Charlene Thomas said the
Attorney Hobbs said he has been town has ample cash reserves in certificates Students at Starke Elementary School In the first grade making Philip Hendrlcks, Erin Iliott: Stephen Browning Bobby Coleman and
in touch with an official, who said of deposit (CD's) to do the straight A's for the third six weeks grading period are: Candice Landy.
the department will consider the work without jeopardizing the Front row: Trade Cohen Jerry Cornwall, Adrian l.atscu Karuli MarBack row: Matthew Jo\nrr, (In-is lam, Raymond Rhoden I.indsey
resolution town's financial position. tin Rebecca Miller, Candy Thomas, Jonle Starling, Misty teed, lirandl Sheffield, Merl Ann .Suva, Ariunne'rice and Aaron WoodHn.
One building in the complex sits on Melvin recommended the city Faulkner, Erica Driver and Billy Adams. Absent from the picture "t'rearon Tetstone, Dana Milner and Josh
Middle row: Scott Johns Ashley Smith, Gracie Warren, iffany Itosn Forman.Coop .
CSX railroad property leased to the transfer $7,000 to the street repair .
state for $500 per yel1'r. If Brooker fund, although the estimate for t:
gets the old market, it can either repairs is $6,000.
continue the lease, or remove the The motion was made and passed Kicks Off Annual Iby
building.. to effect the transfer. Meeting Today
Brooker,once a thriving center for
garden vegetables, such as beans Other...
potatoes, cucumbers, squash andother The council: Anne Sponholtz LRM both Angus Hastings, president of ed,energy related exhibits will be on Entertainment is being provided
row crops, no longer produces Set aside $58, providing for Clerk Editor the board, and the Coop's new display and don't miss Bradford by The Nelson's, an award winning
enough vegetables to support the Thomas to obtain a Notary Public The big tent the chicken's manger Bill Phillips, will be ad- Hospital's popular Health Fair gospel singing group from Atlanta. I
market. While a few farmers grow commission and insurance cooking, and crow of people are dressing members. where free health-related tests are Free door prizes will be given
vegetable crorsl: much of it is sold in Purchased 55 gallons of asphalt In expected to gather today (Thursday, Free chicken dinners will be serv- available. away.
the field by giant 5 gallon cans, for pot-hole repairs, March 23) at Clay Electric head-
machines. total cost $175.Methodist quarters in Keystone Heights for the
co-op's annual meeting.
II The day-long event begins this
morning at 9 a.m., when the voting
polls open,and ends at 7 p,m,tonight
when the polls close.
This year co-op members will be
voting for the trustees who will be 1 11"al 1r T
representing them from three Clay
t'I Electric districts, including District
_L 1, which covers the Keystone
Heights lakes area.
A heated race has developed bet
ween District 1 incumbent Ray
Wingate and challenger Mike
Redfearn, both of the Keystone
Heights area.
In the southern end of Clay Elec- I
tric's district District 8 incumbent
C,M. Smith, Jr. is facing challenger
B.J.Carlin. Smith has served as
trustee for nine years.Carlin is seek-
ing his first three-year term.
Angus Hastings, who serves as
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Evelyn Womack presents a check for $9H3 from the United Methodist Trustees, is unopposed in District
A Students...
Women of the First United Methodist Church in Starke to Denise Adams, 9.At Straight
director of exceptional education for the county school system, to buy a the afternoon business meeting These students at Bradford Middle School made straight A..on their report cards for the last semester and are

computer,for the)Sfihoo) sys It's Home Bound Program, Usually there; ", ,CROCODILE TEARS: If you don want being honored by the Bradford Rotarlans, who have act up a new program to recognize their achievements.
,lire about0 children etiralled,In the Home Bound Program. ., a crocodile to pot,you, you'r. better From left to right Molly O'Neal,Caasandra Jarrb,Julia Ponder, Bradford Rotary President Wiley Clark,Shannon
The UMW' ladies raised f ffflf! $7.q0pttlJhpjj| \ >! ;aimifa/lwAa.HMmMlch! ', ,laJ IU'lofU.h.; watRfdt41'tcAAIpOd.,' bvf besur. Safer,Jimmy: Parado and Sterna Surge..." '* .:.;, .. .. ,? ", ..
they spend months maklll-fiLems, and putting tnem on sale just Before to keep still. International
Christmas. The ladies gave $1,000 to both the Red Bird Mission a church Wildlife{ magazine reports that
school In Henderson, Kentucky and the Florida Children's Home In crocodiles enjoy good vision on land
Enterprise, FL.,gave$too to a Starke patient in the Santa Fe Health Care but underwater everything I. a blur.
Home Care System for a machine to measure sugar in the blood gave Yet In experiments, crocs were able to
$1,000 for the youth and children scholarshp and camp funds $2.04)0) to catch fish In total darkness It'.
Sunday School renovation, carpeted the entrances to the church thought the animals can locate their
Fellowship Hall, and bought a weed eater for the parsonage. pr.y by sensing movement In the
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L Changing Times Reflected in Old Ordinance I



Banning Sunday Sales and 'Night Walkers'If

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think the City's 1960 Charter and
you ed
by Mayor C.F. Hoover.
Ordinances are outdated, you should read 'r"'Z3T'
I Ir the 1914 City Code which penalized "stub- According{ to the code in 1914, it was r
born children" and limited speed on State unlawful "to run or drive any motor car,
Road 13 (now U.S. 301)) to ten miles an motorcycle or bicycle at a rate of speed ex-
/ 1 r hour! ceeding 10 miles per hour within the town
f Changes In the City Code since then of Starke." The maximum penalty for
,4' reflect the changes in public attitude violating the speed limit or horn-blowing
toward the automobile, as well as the laws was a fine of$100 or 30 days in Jail.
changes in the way of thinking of people Trains also were discouraged from hur-
during the various periods of Starke's rying through the town with an ordinance
history.As limiting their speed to four m.p.h. "It shall
the town has grown, so has the be the duty," the law said, "of all persons
number and complexity of its laws. In 1914 operating trains or locomotives in the
the City Code book contained only 98 Town of Starke to cause the bell of such
pages. The Code Book of 1932 contained 175 locomotive to be rung before crossing any
pages and the 1953 book contained 280 street, lane or alley, and no tram or
pages of rules and regulations.In locomotive shall run through town at a
Medicine Shows were banned in 1911 City Code. 1914 the Code Book was compiled by greater rate of speed than four miles per
Town Attorney J.E. Futch, signed by hour.
Council Chairman E.S. Matthews,attestedto
by Town Clerk C.A. Futch, and approv- In 1914 it was also unlawful for trains or
railway cars to block an intersection in the
town for more than 10 minutes.

EDITORIAL Back in those days the laws reflected a "
public concern for the morals, as well as
the safety of the individuals. Except for a -
few businesses which provided necessary r'r'
services during church hours on Sunday, it .,
Study Begun on Changesin was unlawful for any merchant,
shopkeeper, dealer or other persons
engaged in trade to keep open his place of Ten miles an hour was speed limit on Road 13 (now U.S. 301) in I
business or to sell, barter or exchange any 1914 city ordinances.other .
Obsolete CharterTalk goods, wares or merchandise on Sunday
after 10 a.m., except from 2 until 6 p.m.
Drug stores were allowed to stay open for idle or disorderly persons." Persons driving motor driven vehicles
the purpose of compounding prescriptionsand Upon conviction, these undesirables fac- were required to stop at the request or
about being antiquated! Starke's 29-year-old "Charter and General Or- selling drugs, but for no other pur- ed fines up to $50 or up to 60 days in jail. signal of any person riding or driving a
dinances of the City", adopted March 15, 1960 and effective one month later, is pose." Shade trees in the town were also protected restive horse.
more than antiquatedit is even unenforceable in some of its provisions, whichare Other businesses exempt were hotels, by town ordinances in 1914. "If any Since 1914 the speed limit had been rais-
in conflict with Federal Statutes of the U.S.A. boarding houses and restaurants which person shall injure any shade tree in the ed to 20 mph in the business section and 25
could sell meals on Sunday "but shall not public streets or squares of the town," the In the residential section except for
the obsolete and of sell or otherwise dispose of 1 cigars or any law read "by himself, his children or any streets which intersect Call, Walnut,
For instance is still
illegal
policy segregation provided for other goods, wares or merchandise except horse or mule or cow of his, he shall be Ninth, Cherry, Church Madison, Tenth or
in the present Charter, which says on page 20 of Part I of the Charter Laws that: within the hours above mentioned. Ice, liable, upon conviction, to pay a fine of not Temple Avenue, or State Road 13 (now
milk and newspapers could be sold during more than $25." U.S. 301) on which the speed was limited to
the prohibited hours and "undertakers or The laws of 1914 also indicated that 10 mph.A .
Sec. 26. Authority to impose residence restrictions. merchants" could sell "caskets and other sanitation and disease were major con- collision at the Intersections of any of
supplies in preparing for the burial of the cerns in those days. The code prohibitedthe these streets would be prima facie

That In order to promote the public peace, welfare harmony and good order of said dead. exposing of fresh meat and fish for sale evidence that the person had been
City the City Council shall have power by Ordinance to establish and set apart In said Entertainment on Sunday was also on sidewalks and provided for the screen- speeding on the streets named, the law
City separate residence limits or districts for white and negro residents; to designate frowned on back in 1914.Fines up to$100 or ing off of meats, fish oysters,fruits, cook- stated.
establish and set apart the territorial limits or districts of said City within which white 30 days in Jail was provided for persons ed foods, and vegetables.The By 1932 trains were allowed to zip
people may reside and separate territorial limits or districts of said City within which engaging/ in, managing promoting or code included laws governing procedures through town at 20 miles an hour,but could
negroes may reside; to prohibit any white person from taking up or establishing a advertising "any game of baseball, foot- for handling scarlet fever, hold up traffic at a crossing only five
ball basketball other like to be diphtheria, typhoid fever and other Infec- minutes before the law.
place of residence within the territorial limits of said City so set apart and establishedfor or game being periled by
residence of negroes and to prohibit any negro from taking up or establishing a played on Sunday, or who engages in, tious diseases. It provided for the In 1932,Sunday sales were prohibited all
place of residence within the territorial limits of said City so set apart and established manages, promotes, or advertises any cir- establishment of detention camps! in which day except for drug stores which were
for the residence of white persons; to define the term "resident", "residence" and cus sideshow, opera, theatrical or other persons from other towns in which the con- permitted to sell only prescriptions and
"place of residence" and to prosecute any person violating any provisions of such Ordinance performance, or any bowling alley, mov- tagious disease existed could be quarantined. drugs, and establishments selling Ice
or Ordinances as for the violation of other Ordinances. Ch. 13426. Subsection ing picture show or any kindred or like milk, meals, newspapers and caskets andburial
36, Acts 1927). game, amusement or performance to be Even by 1932 eighteen years later, the supplies. The law provided that
given, performed or exhibited on Sunday." attitudes of the people as reflected in their "such articles may be sold to supply said
The citizens of Starke in 1914 were protected laws had not changed very radically. Mostof need by and person, but behind closed
This is just one of the many set by City Commissioner Vernon from an assortment of types of the laws had been retained with a few doors," but' such articles"were not clear-
anachronisms contained in the outdated Silcox who has voiced the need for undesirable characters ranging from additions and changes. ly defined.
a Automobile laws had not changed much. The law
"stubborn children" to "lewd, wanton and against Sunday amusements
document by which the City is still new or revised Charter at previous lascivious persons." Drivers were still required to sound a still stood in 1932 and, the rogues,
governed. This segregation section un- Commission meetings. Serving on the This list included "rogues and horn, gong or bell when crossing an in- vagabonds dissolute persons, stubborn
doubtedly had an adverse effect on the committee at his request are: County vagabonds, idle and dissolute persons who tersection, and this had been amended to children and the rest of the nefarious list
use juggling or unlawful games or plays, include turning corners also. still faced prosecution.
chandler
presiding judge in the NAACP suit that Commissioner Ross city Fire
stubborn Vehicles were required to have
common pipers and fiddlers, Laws that had been added between 1914
charged Starke with "racial bias" and Chief Dwayne Hardee, John Miller of children runaways, common drunkard headlamps which would "throw a ray of and 1932 included one which prohibited the
cost the City $350,000 in legal fees and the Bradford County Telegraph, former common night-walkers, pilferers,. lewd, light not less than 90 feet, and show to therear sale of patented medicines except by duly
court c+ 1sts. To our knowledge, this or- County Attorney'RA.'Greed: Jr., -and, wanton and lascivious persons,Inspeech on. : ., q red light. authorized druggists doing business In the
dinance was never enforced, but the Bruce Scott of Jackson Building Supply. behavior, common railers and brawlers,' Any automobile, or vehicle of a similar city, and also prohibited medicine shows.
persons who neglect their calling or character left standing on any of the By the time the 1953 code was adopted,
Charter still says the City has this All members were present Monday employment, misspend what they can streets between sunset and sunrise, shall many of these old laws indicative of slower
power if it chooses to use it. night except Scott. earn,and do not provide for themselves or show at least one white light in front and moving and more restrictive eras, had
for the support of their families, and all one red light in the rear," a 1932 law been dropped.
Now the City is obligated to get a new The next meeting will be held Monday .stated.
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single-member district voting plan night, March 27, at 7:45 to continue
drawn up and approved before the City discussion of the needed changes.The .
Election next September, if the new Vietnam Veterans Protesting Bill Grant's ActionEditor

voting system mandated by the Court is City is being forced to switch

to be implemented.The from an at-large to a single-member Telegraph: to the editor Augusta Cross was admitted to Bradford
system of electing Commissioners, The integrity of public officials has come Hospital on Februarv 24. After several
last time a revision was made to after last month's loss of a lawsuit into question 'a lot lately, but: Bill Grant days of tests, she was transferred to'
the Charter was 17 years ago, in 1972, brought by the Bradford Chapter of really takes the cake. The audacity of a Dear Editor: Alachua General where she was diagnosedas
when it was amended to provide for a NAACP (National Assn. for Advance- candidate for public office vowing to help a being a victim of colon cancer. She
group of his constituents like Vietnam verytime we see Bill Grant in the news, underwent surgery to relieve the blockage,
Mayor-Commissioner type of govern- ment of Colored People), contesting the veterans, with excess campaign funds he's blatantly posturing for the media.A but the cancer was so far advanced that
ment.In present system of at-large elections in before he's elected and then reneging on year ago Grant went all out to get na- there was no hope for recovery. She was
the city. his promise is just astonishing. tional press by switching and having his returned at the family's request, to Brad-
the meanwhile, the city has con- Just what did he do with his $45,000 ex- picture taken with the President. Now we ford Hospital to die.
tinued to operate under an old charter cess campaign funds? Bill Grant has find out he staged a media event with Vietnam -
Although new districts must be set up rented a car, bought a cellular phone and a veteransi only to betray their trust For the next two weeks the family was
that has some redeeming features, suchas before the City election next September couple of personal computers. He says after ected.Enough allowed to stay with her 24 hours a day.
a curfew forbidding anyone under these expensive toys are needed now for is enough! If a candidate with a Not only were her needs and comfort met,
age 17 from roaming the streets bet- attorney Green said the City was not his next re-election campaign, which is 22 cardboard composition like Grant can't be but those of the family were attended to as
10 (now it might be eased compelled to have the new Charter in months away I easily defeated in the next election then well.The care,tenderness and compassionthat
ween p.m. up place by that time. He said that the City Maybe the Vets should be happy with the there is nobody to blame but the voters. these people displayed was over-
to 11 or 12) and 5 a.m. Many towns and could draw up its new plan of setting up few dollars he did give them but the Hazel ZieglerTallahassee whelming.By .
cities are now considering a return to removed
decency was from that action 32301
curfews in an effort to cut down on single member districts, giving blacks a after the Vets had to beg Grant for the the grace of God Augusta Cross died-
crime. majority in at least one district. After money.If in the early morning hours of March 17.
juvenile the plan is approved by the Court and this is the way Bill Grant is going to Bradford Hospital Her long days of suffering were finally
treat our servicemen and Staff CommendedFor over. Her husband and daughter were
the NAACP plaintiffs, the election can women, we cer-
But the bad in the charter far be held by "judicial fiat" and the tainly don't need him in Washington.Bob Quality of Care each holding a hand, but they were not
outweighs the good. For instance, Ness,USMC (Ret.) alone. A nurse, who had been with them
paragraph (b) of Article I of the 1960 Charter rewriting can take place later, Tallahassee 32301 Editor Telegraph: throughout the entire ordeal explaining,

General Laws says that the City may Green said. In this day and age of rising health care counseling the end.and comforting,was also thereat .
provide "suitable salaries for the Chief Dear Editor: costs the people who dispense this service
and Assistant Chief of the Fire Depart- In addition to' )pushing for a new My have become more and more complacentto After it was over, and as the family left
,
we
are certainly learning lot about
a the pain and suffering of the individualswho the
hospital, the staff who had been loving
Charter Commissioner Silcox has also so -,
Congressman Bill
ment; and other members, whether Grant these days. First, are dependent on their care. Like and caring embraced us and with
volunteer or otherwise, shall be paid spoken in favor of a City Manager formof we learned he's a Republican, even though school teachers, health care professionalsseem us. wept
three dollars ($3.00) per fire and two government for Starke- move that he was elected as a Democrat to be "in the business" solely for the '
would place the "bucks stops here" monetary rewards. is truly rare and We can never adequately express our
dollars ($2.00) per practice. Now we've learned what he really
appreciation
rewarding to come into contact with someone for the genuine love and
responsibility for managing the City'sbusiness thinks of the veterans he vowed, months who really cares. dedication that this group of health
Likewise, paragraph (c) of Section 6.1 on the shoulders of one ago, to help. I guess it's good that the real But in the case of Bradford Hospital we" sionals displayed in our most desperate profes-
of the General Laws provides that "an qualified individual, answerable only to Bill Grant Is coming out! I'm Just sorry the not only came into contact with someone, time of need.
arrested person (who has been jailed) the Commission. Green says this can be voters last November didn't know! who they were electing but a whole staff of someones,who not only

shall be released under bond or in- done at any time under the present Gerry Angelotti dispensed professional services, butdispensed The Family of
carcerated pending trial before the charter. Rt.2WoodviileFl. them with love and care. Augusta Cross (Lawtey)

municipal court, or the State court hav-

ing jurisdiction of the offense." Starke's Changes in the operation of the City Irate Citizen Forestry in Bradford I
municipal court was abolished in the are being mandated by the rapid growth Says City Fathers County

early 1960s and all its cases are now now being experienced here. A new Wasted $$330,000 -

handled in county court. charter, written to comply with today'sneeds The federal government gives lan- ting are covered: under this program.
Editor, Telegraph downers Warren Carver, ASCS director, advises'that
is a basic requirement of chang- : money through cost-share
A workshopdescribed by one ing times. There is no choice but to It Is really a shock to the people of the CI- planting.In assistance. to help lower their costs of tree lasts until March- period 31.for The this money program is,

member as' a "directional type move full speed ahead in obtaining a ty of Starke to learn that our City Fathers order to encourage private lan- allocated on a request basis. Therefore, if
meeting", was held Monday night at the new charter, and drawing up an accep- have run up a bill of some $350,000 in a downers to plant idle fields or cut-over you are planning on planting pine trees
effort to start the ball foolish lawsuit with the NAACP. timber next winter (1990-91) please put in re-
City Hall in an table plan for the court-mandated single areas, a cost-share program was quest at this time. your

rolling in the direction of a new Charterfor member voting districts., The sooner, Citizens are now waking up to the fact: names established. times Although since it the has Soil changed Conser- If you have a few idle acres that you
the City of Starke. The meeting was the better!II that we, the people, are paying the bill! vation Service many 'soil bank" planting in 1958, would like to place in pine production, stop,
j The City, Commission was advised many millions of acres have been by and sign up at the ASCS office Boon. If
several years ago,when it all started, that reforested because''these funds are you have further questions about this program -,
it was a really high-risk lawsuit. I find lit- available. contact my office, 9644280, ext.219,
tle comfort in the fact that "...the City has Now called the "Agriculture Conserva- or the ASCS at 964-6548. Remember, Fri'.
I pPt .RADFORD cO some kind of special reserve funds on tion Program", reimbursement Is day, Mar. 31 la the sign-up deadline!
ice..." to pay the expenses of the lawsuit available to landowners that reforest their A reminder please be*
, property. This program can return up to 65 careful with fire. Marc with its usual.
(!Ciligruit4 The'u Fathers could better have spent t of the money that landowners high winds and Thrainfall, U a bad time
Muwas the $350.000 for building a couple of swim- spend planting trees. All costs necessary for brush fires. you set to kill,
ming pools for our children, or for simple for clearing or preparation! ,trees and plan- snakes also kills- timber-, go ahead, burn
improvements at our city parks. The your money! ,
;, Of O...1tG soN JOHN M.MUM maintenance department could use the
'fit/ON P......... money for sure.

Published" each Thursday end entered on Second Coil Matter at ,And why not have districts and separate I
the Post Office at Starke.Florida,inter Act of Mach 3. 1879..' precincts to make it possible for the blacks

In the city to be represented by a black City -
Phone 944-4305 Subscription Rate tn Trade Area UOO per year SS.OO six monT '
P.O. Drawer A; Starke, Florida Outside Trade Area 13.00 per year:SS.SOUx months. Commissioner Joe
Williams;Starke
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Tyliczka-Boone Engagement Announced... .;.. .. \ ..

Mr. & Mrs. Tyliczka announce the engagement of their daughter, ....
Debbie Sue, to Loren D. Boone, son of Mr. & Mrs. Earl Boone of Starke. I. ; .
I The bride-elect is a graduate of Bradford High School and is employedby ', '; ,
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It t Dr. Gray Flynn of Starke. The groom-to-be is a BUS graduate and J'\4" ,, ,
works for Bradford Septic Tank of Starke. ...
The wedding is being planned for the spring of 1'JUO. : ;.4I
Award Winners...

TheM Bradford County Realtor received recognition at an awards banquet
recently for their tuccnu In the area. New Arrival. iilj"i'
From left to right: Irene Faulkner,Swan Faulkner and Darlene C d..ln. &.
...Priscilla Kay RobertsMr.

Local ERA & Mrs. C. Scott Roberts of Starke announce the birth of a daughter, I* !
Agents Receive AwardsThree Priscilla Kay, born Mar. 13 in Jacksonville.

ERA Faulkner Realty agents were recipients of awards at the an- Maternal grandparents are Glenn and Linda Norman of Luwtcy. .O'.r
nual. ERA Awards Banquet held at the Omni Hotel in Jacksonville recently Paternal grandparents are George and Nancy Roberts of Starke.


Darlene Godwin received a nomination for "Rookie of the Year". r .... ...
Darlene will complete her first full year in the real estate business in May #!: .
of this year, and is already a target for a million dollars in sales volume. I pOlio ,"'
Irene Faulkner and Susan Faulkner were both members of the million Advancement of Union County "
dollar club in 1988 and received awards at the banquet. In addition, Irene To Be Theme of Public ForumA
place second in listings closed, fourth in listings written and sixth in closed
sales for the Northeast Florida Broker Council. wide-ranging public forum on four topics of general concern to the
This is in competition with over 400 agents working the Northeast public will be held Monday night March 27, at 7 p.m. in the Union County I
Florida area, Including Jacksonville High School auditorium Lake Butler. U-CAN
Gainesville St. Augustine Starke. in Sponsored by (United
Palatka Middleburg, Orange Park and other areas. Christian Action Now), the four speakers and their topics will be: ..,pry;
Susan Fulkner is President of Faulkner Realty, Inc. The company has Dr. William Weismantle, PhD University of Florida, Dept. of City R.& Janie Hicks:
been in business for over 11 years in the Starke urea mid has a combined Planning and Restoration. Topic: Economic Opportunities for Union Coun-

experience within the company of over 40 years. ty.Bruce Smith, Brand Coordinator and Principal Planner North Central Mr. & Mrs. Hicks to Celebrate 60th AnniversaryOtto

Florida Regional Planning Council. Topic: Grants for Economic Develop- B. and Janie Cox Hicks of Waldo will be observing their sixtieth

ment.Dr. wedding anniversary on Thursday, Mar. 30. The couple was married in
Hampton Hilites 8y Dolores Meng Paul Still, PhD, UF, president Florida Recycling and Composting Macclenny on the Saturday before Easter of the year 1929.
Phone 48H-1915 Services Inc. Topic: Recycling Composting and Solid Waste Manage They have resided In the rural area of Waldo for almost 60 years on the
Easter Egg Hunt... ment in Small Cities and Counties. property on which Mr. Hicks was born and reared. Before retiring several
Mark Lohbauer Attorney, Pensauken N.J. Legal counsel for Work on Mr. Hicks
On Saturday, Mar. 25, an Easter Egg Hunt will be held at the Hampton Waste, USA. Topic: Politics and Economics of Hazardous Waste Treat- have years always ago, been active was in self-employed church and are raising members poultry of and the Friendship farming.They BI-
City Park. All area chilren are invited to enjoy it. ment and Incineration. ble Church of Keystone Heights. .

Birthday Cookout... Sandra O'Briant-Johnson, chairperson of U-Can said, "We believe Mr. & Mrs. Hicks have two sonsOtto Jr. of Fairbanks and Charles of
James Mitzel hosted a cookout for his mother Dorothy Mitzel, on Mar. Union County can really be something besides everybody's dumping Keystone Heights. They have six grandchildren and four great-
11 in Hampton Villa, in celebration of her Mar. 6 birthday.To ground. At present we are threatened with having a hazardous waste in- grandchildren.The .
celebrate the birthday bash, hamburgers and hot dogs were grilledfor cinerator, tri-county dump, and more prisons. special occasion will be celebrated with a family outing at their
friends from Starke, Hampton, Alachua, Gainesville and Hawthorne.All "Union County is $750,000 in debt. We need more environmentally safe home on Saturday, March 25.
had a great time. businesses and more residents paying county taxes. How will we ever get
more funding for services, schools, parks etc., if we keep accepting in-
Discovery Thrill... dustries like prisons that don't pay any taxes. Residents living on prison
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre spent last weekend at Cape Canaveral where she grounds don't pay Union County taxes." tit
witnessed the exciting launch of space shuttle Discovery. She accom- She urges all concerned citizens come out "and share your vision of ,
panied her daughter, Barbara Fitzpatrick of Pensacola grandson Mike, Union County. Let's see what we can do together!
and friends to the where the Since ,
Cape they spent night. they were only -
five miles from the launch, it was a thrilling site for them.

March Birthdays...

Mar. 1-Patrlcia Rhoden; 2--Sonya Hodges, Teddy DeMaree Ruth
Paladino; 4-Mark Miller; 6-Jennifer Jones; 7--Nicole Clark; 8-Jason PtiY EGcmouR EASTER c
Smith; 9-Eric Donnerstag, Shannon VanSyckel; 10--Bradd Jones, Tracey Starke 4u.
McCullough; 11-Roberta Searcy; 12--Charles Crawford, Jeremy
Stephens; 14-Tlna Marie Meng, Robert Bradley Harold Waters, Larry BARGAIN
Stone,Lori Stone,Jennifer Conner, Donald Roberts; 16-Christina Broome, Elementary. .iV4
Jason Sanderson, Tori Hersey, Robert Harendt; 18-Michael Strickland; BASKET !
19-Robbie Jennifer 21-Renee Lee .
Padgett, Darley; Wynn Kelly ; : _
22-Danny Contreras-Martinez; 25-Amy Taylor; 26-Tina Buckallew Corey Families Against Drugs... '-
VanSyckel;;27-Tonya'N8wMans, Nena Contois; 28-Charlotte Smith; "Just Say No Week" is May 7-13. 1 PRICES BEGIN THURSDAY MARCH 23RD

29 essifl.fj h a f.Mehs J\MjWJ-, /} dS nJ Ye Scoggins: 31--Gene Birt Detect T-s l irs will be sold which will say a THRU WEDNESDAY.MARCH 29TR .
e ft8dforli'';.T.B ''dY en.' '. ,,,,r.. .,? ...;" YQfItii', ,. 1,> aaln.dn, r It, "htnnlt Ia';V0u Can Make ThDiffdtefice'vfThey ; bgal li,; ; I
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No' emblem. Starke Elementary is
Roll Students... happy to cooperate in this vital YIELD SPEC/AL PURCHASE!' ', '.
For the fourth six weeks grading period those receiving All A's were: endeavor. NI WIN.INY
Grade K-Charlene Clifton Renee Ford, Emily Genest Rachael Smith, The school will send letters home wxeN CO Ot=--
Brian McClellan; 1-Kristin Bradley, Jeremy Gates, Juston Hart, Joshua the week of March 20-24 explaininghow .t oeME1N. RUIqS1LGCKIgI
Hodges, Brian Lott, Julie McMillan, Brad Muse, Dusty Rivers, Paul you may order the T-shirts.'AH
Turner; 2-Deena Crawford, Detria Ford, Jason Lovell, Erik Scoggins the money will go to Families l J-
Ester Smith; 2/3-Nikkl Baker, Nena Contois; 3-Clay Archey Vicki Hutto Against Drugs for this very Impor- l
John McMi lan, Matthew Mullis, Paul Phillips, Amanda Rowland; tant project. e r
4-Jason McCullough; 5-Tori Hersey; 6-Missy Brown, Christina Broome,
Jennifer Darley, Tracey McCullough. School Budget Workshop... ,' / .l 9 alN
A-B Honor Roll... The School Board will be meetingIn
Grade 1-Michael Bradley Sabrina DeSue, Ryan Hendrieth, Sean Wiggins Starke Elementary cafeteria at 7 ? ( 5 f R
,Antonio Jones, Paul Jones, Steven Knipp Jason Barr Brandie Cunn- p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 28 to discuss
ingham, Amanda Flanagan, Matilda Rhoden, Chritsopher Schmidt, budget concerns for Starke Elemen-
Joshua Starling; 2-Bobby Dennis, Bambi Rhoden Jessie Marshall, Roger tary for the 1989-90 school term. All
Mitzel, Jassy Starling Don Smith James Wartluft; 2/3--JimmColeman, parents and other interested partiesare
Daniel Davis, Alisha Hayes, Trent Jones, Tonya Newman, Joey Rowe, cordially invited to attend.
Melody Youngblood.
Grade 3-Robert Broome, Amy Crews Alicia Crosley, Hannah Ford Third Grade Musical Pro-
Peter Knipp, Amanda Meng Susan Parmenter, Danny Wiggins; 4-Hope gram...
Archey, Alicia Baker, Jaclyn Crews Denyse Edwards, Chris Gibbs, Alex
Our third grade musical FrozenCocktas :
Lisa McClellan, Shaun Muse Charisse Rivers 5-Bobby. : program 0M"J 599 649MAItIMMIa
Kirchaine will be presented tonight (Thurs- Mixers ,,. use
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Charlotte Smith; 6-Jennifer Jones. day) evening, Mar. 23, at 7 p.m. in BLUE NUN

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Church of God Bake Sale Saturday

Church News. will be having a bake Mk>
Ladles Ministries
Starke of God
I this Saturday Mar 2:1: from 8.12 noon In ont of Wlnn-Dixle.
For more Information or to place IIn order, call 664.5445.St. .


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Altar Society Hosts


,i.. Sunrise Services at Lawtcy BaptistThe Deanery Thursday MeetingOn Mar 16. the Spring General meeting of the Gainesville

First Church of will be its Sunrise Service at Deanery was held at St. Edward's! Catholic Church.
Baptist Lawtey having welcomed ladies and pastors
Antoinette Coss, Altar Society president,
the Correctional Institution at ham., whore Rev. John Strickland
Lawtey Chiefland, Cross City Live
from churches in Gainesville, High Springs,
Is Chaplain. Oak and Hawthorne, Special guests came from Jacksonville, St.
Jasper
A special Easter Service will be at 10:45 u.m. at the Church on Adams St. and Guatemala.
Pennsylvania
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In The attendance for this service Is Last the record Augustine
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Lawtey. goal 250. year During the business session reports of affiliation presidents were given.
attendance for Easter Sunday, was 222. Information was also given on the Right to Life and Respite Programs as
Immediately following morning worshiP there will be an Easter Egg
well as the upcoming Dlocesa Convention to be held at Jacksonville's Omni
Hunt for all the kids of the church who attend{ the service.On 5.
r+ i Sunday night, communion will be observed at the evening worship Hotel Mass beginning was concelebrated May in the church by the host pastor, Father Philip

Ri, rr service. Deanery Moderator James O'Neal, a former St. Edward's
Gagan
a The church Is presently engaged inI now addition to the educational
{ now serving poarishes in Live Oak, Bronson and Jasper
building,which will double t the size of its fellowship hall,a new nursery for parishioner Roland Julian of Gainesville and Father Michael Pendergraf of
Father
1 ) y babies, enlarged bathrooms, and there now off ices for the pastor, assistant Chiefland. Luncheon followed In the parish hall.
pastor and church secretary and clork from JoAnn's Dress
fashion show featuring clothing Shop
The is Invited! to attend all of the services this Raster. The After lunch a
.. public any or Others
.. Debbie Connaughton. modeling were LeeAnn
'I _-.._ Easter sermon "The Power ol the Risen I.ord" will be brought by Rev. was narrated by
Kimutis and
Dampier, Sallye Scogglns Mary Gissy, Sophie Mary Hum-
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: : Jerry Sullivan,J K, Johnson, Grayson McNeil, pistor phries. This show concluded with a hilarious presentation by Pauline

lamrm Sulivan-JohnsonandJonathanCausey) sitting Oeschger as a bag lady..
Zita Shuford was in charge of arrangements for the luncheon.
Bayless Baptist Sunrise Services Set

Hope Baptist Having Gospel SingOn Bayless Highway Baptist Church will be having Easter sunrise serviceson Gospel Sing Saturday at GrahamThere
Sunday, Mar. 26 at 6:4: u.m A continental breakfast will follow, fur
nished by the Young Adult Sunday School cl.isscs. will be a gospel sing this Saturday, Mar. 25, at 7 p.m. at Graham
Friday, :M.ir 25, at Sullivan 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Church will be having a Our Sunday School will begin at H'4r a.m., with morning worship at 11a.m. Baptist Church. Refreshments will be served.
gOKpel sing! featuring the Family .
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy great gospel music. Hope Baptistis
located. on Hwy 100) between Starke and Keystone Heights Highland Baptist Homecoming Sunday

St. John's Plans Easter Services Highland Baptist Church will have their homecoming this Sunday, Mar.
26. Rev. E.P. Sheetz will be the speaker. All former pastors and membersare
Family and Friends nay Is sol for Easier Sunday, March 26, beginning
Invited to attend
B-U Retired Teachers Elect New OfficersAt with Sunrise Service at 6 a.m., Sunday School) at 10 a.m.Family & riends
Day Service at 11 Speaker" will bo Rev. Herman Johnson.
its March 16 meeting at Bradford Family Restaurant, the Bradford- a m pastor
Union Retired Teachers Assn honored member Leona with the Dinner will be served immediately following this service. At 3 p.m. the
National Community Service Award for Volunteers.Royal Among many annual Youth Dept. will be in chart ol the Easter program. All visitors and

other activities, Mrs. Royal has served as president and treasurer of the friends are welcome. Gospel Sing Saturday NightThere
organizationNew
officers elected are: President-Maureen Paul; Vice President- Church of God Revival Starts will be a gospel sing this Saturday night, Mar. 25, .at 7 p.m. at the

will Millie be Harden installed; Secretary-Muriel at the May meeting.Norman; Ticasurer-Leona Royal! They Revival at the Church of God of Prophecy, Inc., in Starke will begin Fri- Pine Featured Valley singers Congregational will be the Holiness Sullivan Church.Family from Alabama.The church
Mar. 24. at 7:30 m. is located North of Starke down dirt road
For community service, members will make ribbons for merchants day night : p by Bradford Furniture.
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Evangelists are Kev Anthony Laney, Rev Arnold Yeoman and Rev. Everyone Is Invited.
the April 20 executive meeting for the Schools
Drug-Free Project
E. is wclcomr.SERVISTS'J.
William
Laney. Everyone i
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Kites of Spring

Things & Celebrations

St Patrick can't hold a green can-
dle next to the events that have '
evolved from rites of spring celebrations Powerful !
throughout history. -
The new world has some very unique _
events, to say the least, according -
to Sue Crum, Bradford County Savings
Public Library Director
In Santa Cruz its an Easter Egg
Hunt on the Beach, a Kite Festival in
Virginia, Macy's Spring Flower
Show in !New: York and the Swallows
Return to San Juan Capistrano for
openers C frL1 Now Thru Sat., April 1
The events seem to progress In
non-sensical gaiety, for we have STAR
Snowman Burning in Sault Ste
Marie And National: Goof-Off Day in : SEIIIlliM.Fluorescent .
Clio, MI, said Crum.
You can always delight in the sd FI Indoor/Outdoor
Good Egg Treasure Hunt In W. JbbP 40 Watt ,p1 '
\ Virginia or the Jekyll Island Great ,sr" lxtenslonCord !
Golden Easter Egg Extravaganza or .. 3-conductorextension
16-gauge
Contest.Marksville Easter Egg Knocking pO ,::. cord. Orange; vinyl I for visibility
Shoplite Tube 5".e and f
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If a dignified promenade doesn't .' '.1
suit your fancy try the Peters Hollow Cool white lamp lasts to 6 I IIa Ii"ij: #S3354S268Ideal
up years .
Easter Egg Fight and the World'sLargest ,
Living Easter Basket in for garage, ba' > .:.,:\ 1 99
Norfolk or the White House Easter #15641 ;.,,,'
Egg Roll. ; '''' '!j\ $6
The beginning of spring Invites us 0 'p ,;" ;'q

mortals to shed the weariness of 99 ... '< ,:HI,'."'?"
winter, said Crum. Some humans I -
have been known to develop a fever
amidst the joviality.
Frivolity marks Egg Salad WeekIn
Illinois and April Fools or All
Fools Day across the land EAfER$
The culminating event is the
Prairie Dog Chili Cook-Off and 1.. ppEsMsq
World Championship of Pickled il E 1
Quail-Egg Eating in Grand Prairie, r
Texas, where else? )
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[ Legal Notices IIN | NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
I lion must be> filed
TAX DEED 285.207 Florida pursuant to Rule NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe rently deilgnoted' by the plan os single
NOTICE IS HEREBY Administrative Code Administration of the Estate of family, be amended and designated as
GIVEN that leas
at live
((5)) before ,
days the final LOUISE W. TENIY. Deceased File Mobile Home, the J.R.Frelda a
WILLENE H. GRIFFIN the holder of the
and be propertr.of
hearing filed with the
hearing officer Number 8947CP. L. Molt, .. .
li pending In the) Circuit : NO.of
THE CIRCUIT following certificates has filed told If
COURT OF THE EIGHTH WIINLhS my hand and teal of' this certificates one has been assigned at the Court for Bradford County Florida Loll 1. 2, of Block 13 In Ward City.
JUDICIAL for tax deed
a to be issued Dlvlson of
CIRCUIT
IN Administrative
AND FOR BRAD court on March 6, 1989. Moorings, Probate
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA thereon. The certificate numbers and Department of Division, the address of which is YOU ARE FURTHER given NOTICE thata
Administration
HON. RAY NORMAN of Issuance, the Apalochee 2009 Brodlord County Courthouse), Stork.. copy of said proposed ordinance Is
of
years description the
CASE NO. 88.523.CA Clerk of the Court and the Florida Parkway Tallahassee, Florida, 32091. The name and address ol available for your Inspection at the Office .
KEYSTONE In which 32399.2.00.
STATE property names It If
BANK was no hearing officer
a Florida 4tchg 3/9.30
bank the) personal representative ond of the of City Hall, Brooker. Florida.
Ing corporation Control 001 assessed are as follows: has boon assigned the petition Ik to bo
Plaintiff, Certificate No. 114 filed with the 00"0.10"011' Ollito of personal representative attorney are Each and every person having interestwhatever
VI Ycor of Issuance 1986 General Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Romf set forth below. In the enactment of the proposed .
JACK W. i IN THE CIRCUIT l'T'OF THE EIGHTH of LO1 Tallahutsno. Florida Allln'er.'ed persons are required to ordinance should appear and be
FAGAN and Description Propoily: 3, Blk 2 In 32399 240O fuihiro
ANNE Y. file
FAGAN. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND with the Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS heard at the time and place prescribed.
FOR
hit wit, ; RICHARD J. GAWIEY. BRAD Gohogon Subdivision. Simi tine 21, to petition to Inlorvono within Ilin allowed
01 surviving FORD FROM THF DATE OF THE FIRST TOWN
COUNCIL OF
trustee of GAWLEY CONSTRUCTION COUNTY FLORIDA. Township 6 South, Range :22 "Tomcat' tiino frame constitutes a waiver of PUBLICATION
COMPANY a dissolved 89 91 CA Number 2567. any right SIM It poison hot to request o OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all BROOKER FLORIDA
lion.; ROBERT D. REIFEL Florida corpora. IN RE. The Petition of Name In which assossod: CHERRY LENNON hooting under So,lien 12057. Hoi ilia claims against the estate and ((2)) any obection By:Charlene Thomas, Clerk
CRAMER: ; HERBERT JOHN H. MONTGOMERY and AND WILLENE HILL GRIFFIN.All Stotutcm. | by on Interested person to whom Control 021
BRADFORD/ COUNTY. ANNE MONTGOMERY, Tho opi'lii Olson Is available notice was mailed that challenge the 1Ichg 3/23
FLORIDA. A Political Subdivision of laid property being in the County lot puhlic
of the validity of the
will the
as Co-Guardians of Inspection qualifications ol
Slot of Florida; and of Bradford. Stale of Florida. during normal business
PANY. TORODE OIL COM JERRY JOHN MONTGOMERY Unless such certificate or certificate hours, BOO: a.m. to 5 p.m.. Monday the personal representative, venue or CALL FOR BIDS
Defendant to change nameNOT shall be redeemed according to low the through Friday o"copllogul holidays, at jurisdiction of the Court The Town of Brooks will receive bids
All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT for street repairs If would like to
NOTICE OF ACTION ICE OF ACTION I property described In such certificate Department of Environmental Regula you
TO: JACK W. FAGAN and TO: Jerry Thomas owitstrad certificates will be sold to the highestbidder or lion Northeast District Office 3476 Bills, SO FILED Will BE FOREVER BARRED. see areas that need to be repaired contact
ANNE
Y. 5015 Rood Jacksonville Date of this first publication ol thisnotice CeneMelvIn' 4851343.
FAGAN. hit wife, residence Korlo Street at the courthouse FRONT door Florida 32207.
unknown on
ol administration: March 23 1989. Bids must be sealed and received
but whose Jacksonville. Fl. 32205 Control 017 on
last known the 20th day of April, 1989.Dat.d .
mailing address It YOU ARE Attorney lor Personal or before 7.30; April II, 1989. MailIng -
HEREBY p.m.
P.O. Box NOTIFIED that TIchy 3/23
S76 Flagler Beach Fl. 32036. an action this 10th day of March 1989.
Representative: address is Town of P.O.
: Brooker
for
YOU ARE a change of name for JERRY -- -
NOTIFIED Clerk of '
that Circuit!Court
on action to NOTICE RICHARD
E.
WELTY Box
JOHN MONTGOMERY OF INTENTIONTO 127. Brooker Florida 32623.
has
foreclose boon filed
a mortgage on the following Of Bradford County Florida 954 N. Temple AvenueP. The Town Council the
against and REGISTER reserves right toaccept
property In Bradford you you ore required to ConliolOOOT4lchg
County Florida .
: FICTITIOUS O. Box 995 or reject and all bids.Town.
Tract 14 and the serve o copy of your written defenses, if NAME any
West 3 3/16.4/6
of
acres Tract Stark. F'' .
13 of on any to wit:on JOHN M. MONTGOMERY Pursuant to Section 865.09, rlor Ida 32091 Council
unrecorded plat of GENEVA Statutes, notice Is Florida Bar 144625 Brooker, Florida 326221tchg323
WOODS being whose address if Route 3, Box 1O93. hereby given that the .
described at follows more particularly Stork, Florida 32091 on or before STATE OF FLORIDA undersigned, Charles Gorrord 1501 E. ((904)) 964 8050
A parcel of land : March 23 1989 and file the original with DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL Call Street Starke sole owner doing Personal Representative:
situated in the Northeast the Clerk of this Court either before REGULATION business under the firm name of Lawtey JOAN T. ROGERS
One Quarter of the Southwest on JOHN H. service NOTICE OF INTENT Satellite Systems, Hwy 301, Lowloy 1304 Searing Street INVITATION TO BID
One Quarter of Section 25. Township 8 thereafter MONTGOMERY or immediately The Department gives notice ol its Intent Florida 32058. Intends to register laid Starko Florida 32091 The City of lawtey't Office of Community
South ; otherwise,
,
Range 22 East Bradford a fictitious of
County to Issue name under the aforesaid Development at part theirDemolitionR.iocotion
a
default will be entered temporary operation permit
Florida, said against you for Personal
parcel being more statute.Doted Representative Program will
:
par the relief demanded to Mr. George W. Grosso, Goneiol
ticularly described fk follows:: DATED Bradford in the Petition. Partner lawtey Apartments, for the this 23rd day of March 1989 in EDMONDD.TENIY JR. receive sealed bids for the DEMOLITIONAND
Commence at a concrete monument at this 27th at day of County Courthouseon temporary operation of a 0.010 MGD extended Bradford County Route 1, Box 987 LOT CLEARING of five ((5)) single
the Northwest corner of said SW 1/4 and February 1989. aeration sewage treatment plant 4tpd 3123.4/13 Starke,Florida 32091 family dwellings.
run South 8926'I2" East along the North CLERK OF COUNTY COURT with a chlorine contact chamber and two Control 019 2lchg 3/23-30 locations County Road 2008,
line of laid SW 1/4o distance of 1356.03 4tchg 32.23Control sand filters that discharges to two per ------- Control 025 Southeast First Street and Olive Street.
feet to a concrete monument on the 0989 colation/evaporation ponds that drain to PUBLIC AUCTION There are four ((4)) of subject homes In
Easterly right of way line of a county an irrigation ditch to Aligotor Crook tor NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. NOTICE OF APPLICATION the East Lake Street Target Area two ((2))
graded road, thence run South 0003'24" NOTICE OF BID ving the Lowtey Apartments, Located at day, April 3, 1989, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., FORREZONINGANDAMENDMENT of which contain a mobile home and a
West, along told Easterly right of way The Bradford County Board of County Pine and Adams Streets, Lawtoy Brad the undersigned, Gator Freightwoys, OF LAND USE PLAN dilapidated dwelling; one ((1)) home on
line 1328.15 feet to a concrete monument Commissioners will lealed bid. on ford County Florida. Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at AN ORDINANCE emending the Comprehensive Olive Street In our second target area.
and the polntof beginning; thence Monday, April 3, 1989 open at 10:00 A.M. In The Department hat assigned File .2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Land Use Plan Element and Acceptance of bids will be at the Office
continue South 000324' West along the County Commissioners Room at the Number DT04-157975 to the project. one lot of e/wore, consigned to Don Map by Bradford County Florida, In accordance of Community Development locatedIn
laid Easterly right of way line 679.33 Bradford County Courthouse Starke Persons whose substantial interests .Nochlman Atlantic Beach, Fla.: with the local Government the Lowley Volunteer Fire Station,
feet to o concrete monument; thence run Florida for a PABX (Private Access are affected by the Department proposed one lot of lamp consigned to Sun City Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Post Office Box 418 Lawtey, Florida
South B949'IS" East 740.10 feet to a concrete Branch Exchange) electronic telephone permitting decision may petition .Center Sun City, Flo., provided for In Chapter 163 of the 320S8 until 12:00: P.M. Friday March 31,,
monument: thence run North for the Bradford Cour for an administrate determination. one lot of garlic powder consigned to Florida Statutes. 1989.
0003'24" fast, 412.00 feet to a concrete system thouse. County (hearing) In accordance with Seclion McCormick 8 Co., Norcro... Go.; TO: All citizens, taxpayer ond other Bids will be opened at 12:05 p.m. Fri
monument; thence run North 8949'15" For copies of specifications or any 120.57, Florida Sto'ules. The petition eon lot of hygiene douche consigned Interested persons. day March 31, 1989. For additional Information
West, 251.27 mutt conform to the to Sams Wholesale Club 8120, we can be reached at City ofLawtey
feet
; thence run North questions regarding this bid. please contact requirements ul YOU AND EACH OF YOU ore herebyand
"
00003'24" East 267.33 feet; thence run Mr. Joe Rlddick County Commissioner Chapters 17.103 and 28.5. Florida Administrative Tallahassee. Flo. herewith given notice In accordance Community Development, P.O.
North B949'15" West, 488.83 feet to the at ((904)) 964.6280 or ((904)) Code (copies attached) and under to satisfy freight and storage charges with Florida Statutes that the City Council Box 418, Lawtey Fla. 32058. ((904))
point of beginning, sold tract being Tract 4681918. Sealed bids can be moiled or mutt be filed, (received) in the Dopoilment't Uniform the standard provisions Bill of of Section 4b( ) of of Breaker Florida will conduct a A.M.782-3730.til 4.Monday 00 P.M. through Friday 10:00:
No. 14 and the west 3.00 acres of Tract hand delivered to the Bradford County Office of General Counsel 2600 Lading. public hearing at a regular meeting held
Gator THIS 15 A
REBID
Freightways, Inc.Carrier
13 as shown on an unrecorded map by Courthouse, Clerk of Court, P.O. DrawerB. Blair Stone Road Tallahassee Florida at 7:30 p.m. In the Town Hall of Breaker The
Joseph G. Knapp Surveyor dated Starke, Fl. 32091. 32399-2400, within fourteen ((14)) days of 01.450425 Florida, on Tuesday April 11, 1989 to City" of Lowtey's Office of Community
September 14, 1978 sold publication of this notice. Failure to ilo, consider the Development reserves the right
; parcel containing THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS amending Comprehensiveland
02.082863 did 11/28/88 to and all bids
reject The ofLowtey
10.00 acres more or less.has RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT a petition within the fourteen ((14)) dnyk 1093286Pro. Use Plan to provide that land cur- any is City
been filed against you and you are ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL OF BIDS FOR constitutes a waiver of any right such. 830482 Employer an Equal Opportunity"
required to serve a copy of your written THE PABX (PRIVATE ACCESS: BRANCH person has to on admlnistrotivo determination 2tchg 3123.30Con"01018 LAMP OF JESUSCRAFTCONSIGNMENT Awarded contractor will Indicate
(hearing) Section
defenses, If to It pursuant to
any on PAUL D. EXCHANGE) ELECTRONIC TELEPHONE
"sealed bid"
NEWELL, Plaintiff's 120.57, Florida Statutes.If by notating some on exterior
attorney whose ad SYSTEM.
dress It Post Office Box 1369 a petition it filed the adininitliolivo .-------- (Tues. Sat. 10-5:30)( ) of nvelope. Awarded contractor
K.y.ton.H.lght. WILBUR L. WATERS
Florida hearing process Is designed to for nulalo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD will also be required to provide proof ofconlractllr'
32656 on or before Chairman Board
action. the COUNTY, FLORIDA e liability Insurance,
agency Accordingly Department Spring is Blooming
March 30, 1989, and file the original with of County Commissioners workman
t final action maybe difloront, Iron PROBATE DIVISION compensation coverage and
the clerk of this Spring Basket
court either before Variety
RAY NORMAN
service the proposed Notice of Application. Case No. 89.47.CP tax number.
on Plaintiff attorney or immediately Clerk to the Board Therefore, persons who may not wish to FII.I.4041 Home Grown Frozen BlueberriesFor Control 024
thereafter: otherwise a default will be Control 009 file a petition may wish to Intervene in IN RE: Estate of 1Ichg 3/23
entered against you for the relief 2tchg 3/16.23 the proceeding. A petition for Inlervon-. LOUISE W. TENLY, More Information Call
demanded In the complaint or petition. -.- --.. .. Deceased 964-7109/964-6893/


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Big Celebration Held :1 Starke Girl Missing,

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whispering Pines CenterThe I Search Under Way

Ides of March (March 15, 1989) was a festive occasion for the residentsof -
Whispering Pines Care Center in Starke.At 6 p.m.,the main dining hall An all-out search is under way tot
came alive with a party for everyone honoring Mrs. Bessie Perry Brown Meghan Renee Renaud,12,daughterof 4 l Yt
ing on her 85th birthday. # Mr. and Mrs. David Renaud of
Eighty-five colorful helium-filled balloons (one for each year of her life) Vrk Deerfoot Trails on the west side of
were distributed to the residentseither tied to the arms of their Sampson Lake.
wheelchairs or given to them to hold. The young lady missing since
Several large colorful banners with pictures decorated the walls. What Sunday night,is thought to have left
made the celebration really come alive was the jubilance of the honoree through a window. Her purse was
and the residents when live music was played. found about 100-yards out In the
Mrs. Browning's grandchildrenMrs..Becky Browning Altman of Palatka woods.
(piano) and Mrs. Dea Browning-Pame (on an old-tyme fiddle) along with Meghan Is about 4-feet, 9 inches
her husband, Bill Paine, on the dulcimer and guitar. Mr. & Mrs. Paine tall 85 pounds,fair complexion,with
came from Gainesville for this celebration. Musical selections included hazel blue eyes and shoulder length
Happy Birthday, "Turkey in the Straw", "Amazing Grace", to name a sandy blonde hair. She has a not
few. very noticeable pock mark on her
While the music was going on, other family members served birthday face from the chicken pox. She was
cake and punch to all the residents In the dining room. Many of the wearing a too-large white GatorNa-
residents were singing, clapping their hands or patting their feet to the tional T-shirt with an orange and
strains of music, blue race car on it. She is a sixth
Assisting in serving refreshments were great granddaughter Erin grader at Bradford Middle School.A .
Browning-Paine, 4, of Gainesville; great-grandsons. Alex David Altman, group of hunters combed the '
7, and Rick Altman, 11, both of Palatka, and assisted by their dad Robert area Tuesday. The Bradford w
Altman. Also lending a helping hand were stepson Dave Browning and his Sheriff's Department had dogs in the
wife, Janice Nichols Browning of Palatka who hosted the party. The In- search Wednesday.
vocation and benediction were given by Dave, who is a deacon of Peniel "A pocket book has recovered.
Baptist Church of Palatka. Also a screen from window has been
"Miss Bessie",as she is affectionately called wore a rose-pink dress and rEI recovered down from house. We're ..l).
beige angora shawl accented by her lavender orchid birthday corsage.She : checking areas will continue to
was a happy sprite during the two-hour party, joining in all activities. search unless we find her tonight,"
When the party was over and she was being wheeled back to her room she % Chief Deputy Pat Henry said late
was still clapping her hands and in cheerful tones called out to the nursing I Wednesday afternoon.Her .
staff "Praise the Lord! This is the happiest birthday I've ever had in all father says checks with the ".
my life!" girl's boy friend and girl friends
Mrs. Browning, a leukemia patient,is the widow of W.A. "Bill" Brown- have been made. Her natural Meghan Renee Renaud
ing of Raiford. She is a native of Tennessee. After Mr. Browning's first mother In North Dakota has not I
wife died and her first husband died, they were married and lived on heard from Meghan. Mining Sine Sunday Night
Browning Avenue in Raiford where they were active members of the First ir
Baptist Church of Raiford as long as health permitted. "Miss Bessie" yw
never had any children of her own, but raised a nephew as her foster son. -- BUS Merit Students Recognized I
Henry Perry. She has been Maw Bessie Aunt Bessie and Miss Bessie to -

many people who love her dearly. Festive Occasion... Two Bradford High seniors, Julie ing named a commended student in
May you have many more happy birthdays Miss Bessie! A big celebration WM held but Ferguson and Jeffrey Moody have an extremely competitive Merit
.- week at Whbpering Pine!Nunlng been designated!! as "commended Progam is a credit to these young
Center In Starke for the 85th students" in the 1989 Merit Scholar- men and women and the schools
ship Program.Bradford High School which play key role in the develop-
birthday of Mr.Bee le
Perry
was notified by the National Merit ment of academically talented
Browning Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). youth.We hope the recognition these
The two seniors placed in the top students have earned will increase
th 1904-MARCH ,1 50,000 of more than one million par-- their motivation to use their abilitiesto
I ticipants in the 34th annual Merit the fullest, for they represent an
Program and will receive a Letter of Important intellectual resource that
STARKE "'i Commendation in recognition of our nation needs."
tf&: HAPPY 85TH BIfTIt outstanding promise according to
.tf t CHURCH OF GOD Principal Charles Francis.
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'-Golfers Defeat St. Augustine. GUS I


Tornado golfers are 9-0 after Tuesday March 28, at\Villow Lakes Shot 56.GHS. Thursday March 16, on the Starke
beating Augustine 152-168 at home Golf Course. was 4-1 going Into the match. Golf and Country Club course.In .
L"d. beating a tough Gainesville Everybody Indicated they wouldbe three matches last week Elder
High' team IM-I68 on the University Murray Leads at GIIS... the team to beat. GUS had a cou- shot a 39 at the Ravines and had two "
of Florida Gulf Course In Gainesville Mark Murray shot a one-over-par ple of good guys who were off their under par rounds at home. He was 'I
Tuesday afternoon March 21. 36 to lead BHS against Gainesville. game. BHS had good, steady rounds one under in Tuesday's match with ,-, _

Upcoming... "He had a real good round. He says Coach Sexton. Macclenny and Clay and was one 1 :
bogies the last hole to go one-over- under in Thursday's match against .
BHS U home today (Thursday. par" says Coach! Mike Sexton. St.Augustine. ,
March 23) for a 3:30: p.m. match Elder Performs... Ed Douglas and Mark Murray

against Buchholz High of David Elder shot 38. Ed Douglasand David Elder finished up a super both shot 38's. Link Bishop and Chris _
Gainesville.BHS Bill Hamilton both shot 40's. week with a one-under-par 35 as he Simmons both shot 41's. Bill
pays! at Orange Park nevI Link Bishop had a 41. Evan Douglng led BHS 152-168 by St.Augustine last Hamilton had a 43.


I rack- Teams Win Dual Meet vs. Baker I



Bradford High boys and girls got jump was second the 100 and was on 110-V4 Mh H...,.. 2)) Tyr.no (..d... IT.M. 3)M.o. ) Boys at Ocala...

win in a dual track meet with Baker the winning 440 and mile relay 100.Motor.P0|.Do"19.1.,, .I Tom) Ckrii imHord D'nk'.' '..22.01.II.01. 1)) .0..... The BHS boys fourth with 34 pointsat
High on the Tornado oval Tuesday. teams. Hkholl, II.U. Allen _k..... II.M, ."0"". UioHlildII the Knights of Columbus meet In .1r .1s
March 21.Saturday. Shot. Putt)Awtllo Wllllorm 1*r.1)0.) .ft'Holiday .U,."" .,_.., II.... Palatka last Saturday. .1
the boys were at Ocalaat J4.rv.4))MI' icon u'i't". Mile *ym 1)) Com Word lt.11.4]. 2)) L..., 0....
DI.....2))Ml' Icon 4rr.3))Doom Holldoy trie.Un ..20.... Most of the District 5-3A foes were
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the St.Johns Lutheran Knights of | Arm*! 1) Aurlllo Wlllloml 14*'. Ih._.. 440 Yd ..... I) MM 44.M(....... Nleholl,HoggloIhoHMrl. among the 17 team. The top five
Columbus Invitational where they WlllloiM ITIOf', Mm' Homproil 11' '', Kotlno KollytI4" ,Tlmmy Toylor,Chrli DlnMm)' teams were out of the district. 1)
finished fourth with 34 points. 440.Yd 0."', I) Rodnoy Moiloy 17.7', 1)) All. Ocala Forest 74,2) GHS 57, 3) Santa
Iriot.. Jumf I) Kim' HompM KtV. 2)) Uunwno tonklm' IT M.UOVd .
The girls were at Raines High for Willi.....2.'2'. Hu..,."2))Tyrono(ondon 41..,1))Miurico. Fe 41 Mi, 4) BHS 34, 5)) N. Marion 27.
the 25th anniversary Raines Invitational Nigh'u.... I)Aurlllo WlIII_.4'r.3))Chrlillo H... Fooo M.4*.4)Tom lro.rl.rd 4**l.MO hot full Clint Rood M.10". Rodney Moiloy' ,,'r. >l't
last Saturday where they roll,4..".HomMO Torlitorrt 4'4". Yd Runt 1))Com Word till.4.. 4))K..., D.1.. K.IHl Jonklm 1T1". -o
scored one point in better than lit Hlh' '......,... 1)Tend KHrlM l..... iiM.M.1))Tim_h..>|MIM Dlicuii KoHh JonUm f,I V.Mm L.,.,"'1". 2't
tough 100-_ Do.hi I) Aurlllo. Willi... 12.71. 2)) Kim Yd D..ni 1)) ...... WioHlold' IJ.. 1)) DoborlNkholi HI'jh,.....5))....,.lhoHI.M 41".h''.bolt to clot.
competition. That's probably the ......_11.OT,3)indoor........ 11.II.RelIne Kolly' >>....Tlmmy T....'a M. lone '..,'21}Altai JwiMm l'".h''.boob R..|lo ...... 1" .. r .J
biggest high school meet around 13...Irnmno Willi... 13 M. Two Mllo' Runt I)lorry Oroon I Ii43.U.2))Com Wed .haH..... ITII''''-.Kolth JonMni irr.
other than the Florida Relays and MIN" ......, 1))IOIKOIMJ Tonmmt lilt... Iliim Tim 0........ I4I1.70, 4)) Kenny DoluoMill Trlplo' Jumpi I) Chrii 01,01'.. 4.0". Allan Jonklni BUS Ace...
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....,.. IHt M.U ..... Melds lm,o... .U. .
440 I) ( 11" Tlmmy Toylor 4ffO" batten to win over
the state Cordell .truck out 12 enroute a Uf t
championships.Over Willi....Kim Hompro".Aurilta. Wlllloml). Mile Roloyi 1)) ...dI... 3.M.01 (Mourko ,.|.. IM-Vd High' Hurdl.il. T'....tondon IRIS. BIIS pitcher Strong
70 teams were at Raines including 440 Doikl)KotlM' Kelly ot.tl.1))Dollo Icon 7..U.3M Allon Jonklm' ,Tyrono(........Tlmmy/ Toylor). 100 Motor O..hl 1)) CKrii Olntlnl' 10.7'. S) ...|,. the district leading Santa Fe Raider Strong b now 2-0 on the aeaton. I II
six teams from Canada five low Hvrdloi 1))Tend Kmlol, 17 11MO Iholllold' II.17 (Ih.flold' ron 1l.lt In the
from the Bahamas St.Thomas and Ken I)Chrlltlo H......lilt II..).._.Tom '..I1..ft.. ............Nkholi II>. I 1i I
no*3iOI.7J.a)IrI...Ch0l3.11..1)M."Ann,..k,.. Girls at Raines... Mil. Rum 10)) Com W.rd till. hit' .bolt II.... of Hi.yoorr ,i
St.Croix and all and down the
up llll.17.UO 12)) Larry O.......ItOl.
East Coast. Oorili Umn.... WIIII_. 30... Tend KIMIoi' Competing in the ultra-tough com 440 .01... 4)) lr.iH.rd 44 M (Clint Reed '..|l, PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The one points by BHS was scored 31.IT.Dollo Icon 31.... petition at the Raines Invitationalthe Ihorllold.' Tlmmy T.,..,.Chril Dlnklni' ).
by Aurilla Williams with a sixth Two MIlo Sun 1))Romono TOft."T.OO.II,1))Dollo Bradford girls turned in some 440 Yd O. hl Rod..,Mo...,M.12,Clint Rood ol 0.

place in the high jump. She cleared belt Mllo 1..10.17...... 1)) IHI ..>0.II(IrMool ...,....K.'lno good performances Coach Lop<>r Tom Rrodtord Yd.low M H..14.MO ...,..T,...london 44.N. Notice U hereby given that the City of Lawtey's Citizen's Ad-
4'10", and missed at 5 feet. Kelly Kim' _,10ft.CKrlitlo Horroll). says. 09 Yd Rum Konny D.... I...... Keith Jonhlni vlsory Task Fore. for the 1988.89 Community Development j I
100 Moroni AiirlHo .....111.ArltovoWllllomiII ,...... Block Grant Program In the East Lak. Target Area will hold a i
Baker. .II. MO Dolhl 0))....,lhoHl.ld' II.M........Nkrwll
Baker Meet... Boys vs. .. PUBLIC HEARING
at 7:00 MONDAY MARCH 27 1989
".17. p.m. at
Milo Run 7) Romono Toed 111*1, wIth 14 tenon 14 04 U.7.III Hi.pro limit tlniny Taylor
Aurilla Williams was first in the The BHS boys beat Baker 78-47. 'M rho I.....). Tw. Milo Hum lorry Oroon 11,05.C..W.rd'''17. the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Station for the of considering
purpose
shot and shot and 440 Roloyt Sill U 71 ( I'lilgX Moldor, A.,.. Mil. Roloyl 3))Or.dl.rd I'M(Allan,...kl.., ......*
high jump long jump was Rodney Mosley won put
,. ,. ... an AMENDMENT to the 1988-89
Dinkins the Willi....Him' Hampton.Aurill.Willi...). Mo. ,.Tlmmy Taylor,Ch. D'''''' ) Housing Grant to
first the 100-meter dash and ran anchor 440 yard dash. Chris won
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440 Doihl KotlM Kolly' M* Doll.It.M 74 04
leg 440-yard relay to lead the 100 yard dash and anchored the win- 390 low _,... Torri KlrHoo' 71 44HO Team Settling In... 1. Increase the number of units and beneficiaries In the
BHS girls against Baker. ning 440 yard relay team. Cam Ward Yd Runt Oirl.ll.. He.v.ll ran 111*.t end we.third The team is settling In their priority Demolition/Relocation activity and transfer funds to same.
The 82-39. So the and Larry Green alternated wins in 'In Iho Moll., 'In tho 111.......11 woi llth ot lt>7....
girls won far events, are progressing and will
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girls have only lost to GainesivlleHigh the mile and two mile plus Ward out Two ol 11 MIle'IVftft Sun.O.Mil. '. Tonnoirt lI.ot.ftd wot 11th continue to improve says Coach 2. Decrease the number of units beneficiaries, and budgetIn

in dual or tri-meets. was second in the 880 run. Roloyi RHI 4il4.11 (Holdor, Kolly, H.m....e, George Loper.Upcoming.. the Rehabilitation of private property activity.
Ramona Tennant won the mile Hiot Putt 1))Rodney Molloy. 17.%". Horroll).
and two mile and was second In the Olicuil. I) Move Thornton ....%". John. lopor 0''....Monkuo. Wlllloml, Dollo. Icon "0". ... 3. Expand the Target Area to Include additional units of giving
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Trl',1. hot full Wlllnuni' 2o'r. Aurlllo Wllllonl'
Input discussion and consideration and detailed
half mile. Jumpl)Allon Jonklnl IO'r.3))TI."oylo'I..r. ire". This March 24 BHS receiving
long Friday goesto
Christie Harrell won the 880 run i...>o ihoHioid' irr. n>..... N'',..,. irr lon|lumpi Kim' Hampton ,..",10......Willi... the Florida Relays. Information on the above stated AMENDMENT.
irr'._.... lI'r.Tri 10".
and win.anchored the mile relay team to Rodney,..Moiloy_.. 1))TI....., Toylor Peg.41'*', Allen'. Jo..,ft. T.I.'.,..,.Kim' Hampton WO"lhanoiia Wllllonlirio" Next Tuesday, March 28, BHS The public Is Invited to attend this PUBLIC HEARING for the
a ''. Mo...,irr.Hlh against Palatka on the BHS
40-r Roooit Mkhoto W Rodney runs
Kim Hampton won the triple Jvmpi.1)) ...... thoHMd. "'". Hlah Jump 6))Aurlllo Willi...,'," oval. Starting time: 4 p.m. purpose of giving Input discussion and consideration and
receiving detailed Information on the above stated AMEND

I Tornado JV Baseball Team Defeats BaldwinThe MENT.
For additional Information pleas contact Errol D. Jones at

the City of Lawtey's Office of Community Development, P. O.
Tornado Junior Varsity "played the worst game of the Prevatt pitched a good game said strikeouts and 3 walks. Box 418 Lawtey Fla. 32058, phone ((904)) 782-3730, Monday
Baseball team travelled to Baldwin year" said Coach Purdy. Purdy. It was the poor play on the Andy Goodowns in two innings through Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
field that lost the allowed no hits, two walks and got
Friday March 17 and took control of The team committed four errors game. 3/23
the game in the first inning scoring "which is high for us," commented six strikeouts. Itchg
three runs in the first frame. the coach. "We are usually a consis- Control 023
BHS went to Hawthorne Tuesday tent team but this was a sloppy lak.tr.cH.rdJV,Co. 100 COO 002 000 a-I t I 4. 4| Their pitcher was so wild BHS gota
lot of walks and not a lot of good
and did better scoring
March 21, even game. Tomooo Hlrrlnai' Joh Crawford Id,Chrl.Snow I.4,
nine in the first frame and allow- Cody" Ooodovmi].J,Kevin loom I..,."Co",.. 1.1.BIIS'JV pitches to swing at, said Coach Pur-
ing the Hornets only one unearnedrun The opponents played a solid dy whose team collected 16 hits for
the coach said committingonly 29, Hawthorne 1... the 29 runs.
in the game.At game ,

Thursday March one error. S lishSnlash"!

16, the dropper a close one to the B.B. Prevatt was the losing pit "I was very pleased with the pitching rodhrd til M-M U I
Wildcats 3-1. cher going all the way giving up ," said Coach Purdy. ._... OOP l.- lit
four hits three walks and getting Josh Crawford pitched three Inn- Tornado'lading' hilt.,.Chrii" mew- ((2.M.1.21)).
StarkeJ24. Baldwin: .._ seven strikeouts. ings and gave.up.one hit. had 3 Andy Ooodowni 1... ....Fro ott 1-1((1.1'). : .

'1 r.Baldwin started with; a good pit- ""w-S 1110) I e.YJAObMt d' LY1 0.ypN15e6.d
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Cher according to Tornado Coach .
Brett Purdy but they pulled him in
the third inning when he got a little

wild. Come enjoy our specials ,
The relief pitcher allowed seven Stand back or you'll betaking
runs in the third inning, nine in the
fourth inning and five In the fifth Inn- Cedar River Seafood, Starke v a bath as

in rr' fearless daredevilsdive
r'Thls was one of the few occasions % One Doz. Fresh from dizzying
when all 19 on the roster s1
people On the half shellOYSTERS
in The
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played" said Purdy. 2.99 ,
BHS pitcher Chris Snow struck out Great Amerlcan

9 hits in and the three five innings walks. allowed four ; ;/!::'f'j! : High Dive Show

The two runs for Baldwin were } Then, get readyfor

unearned both occuring on Bradford ; Other Specials: A q more thrills

errors. .:. 1l1} ? and excitement as the world's

Bradford's runs were earned I 1/2 Lb. FriedFlounder ,1 ? o smartest and funniest dolphins

coming on a lot of base hits. Baldwin 'j f r R go through a series of high

committed three errors. I Dinner jumps and hilarious hi Jinx in

..........> W ...-.. Ill ,J I our educated dolphin show
...4wlft 000 MO_ 1.1 Ir-- 1 View some of the ocean's most
Tomooo -.._ CNwfonIl.2. Chrii' Snow 1.3 .' 5.25 1 ,
and
1.1.Crayon -- ,. a Y interesting dangerous
((10311)) Andy Ooodowm 3 3. till Campbell M. --. ( ,
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Crawford 1-1. Mike Mcllroy l-t. '
3 4 Joranty CATC creatures in Marineland's
JoH Co...... 3-3 Ken Corltan' I.3, Kovln loon 13. *

BHS JV 1, Baker Co. 3... # 1/2. Lb. StuffedLobster giant Oceanarium.And
EDARAIVER our penguins, otters.
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At Baker County a day earlier $ :L
Thursday March 16. the Juniors I Tail Dinner flamingoes and sea lions are always on hand \Y''J

t: SEAFOOD .' to show off. Marineland. new shows- jj

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WeightliftersDefeat :"QYSTERBAR 12.95CEDAR a day of fun and adventure for the I
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Tornado Baseball Team Comes From Behind to Win a PairThe


Tornado nine 5-3 over District 5-3A five hits and seven walks, Francis sacrificed ..... .1. 1 INr, I I ."" I
giving up ror, Johnson
Tornado varsity baseball ........ I 1 1 1 -Ie I 1 1 *
team two behind leader Santa Fe High. for his second win in two starts. walked, and with two out, McNeal
from
wins this posted week, after come losing to North The Raiders had allowed only Strong, 2-0, throwing strikes at San- singled, driving in Berry, leaving BUS 4, North Marlon 5... Bradford 4, Buchholz 8...
Marion last Thursday, here in three hits to the Tornadoes in five innings ta Fe the last Inning, handled a two on. Travis Long got on base on a North Marlon came to Starke "We invaded the land of giants,"
Starke,and losing again at Buchholz and had a 3-1 lead going into frustrated Santa Fe nine masterfully. error and drove In one run, still two Thursday, March IS, and took a said Coach Zuraff. They have some
Tuesday, March 22. the bottom of the sixth inning,where on. Jackson singled, one run scored, three point lead in the top of the first, power on their team,"but we matched -
One of the wins the the Tornadoes blasted out four runs two runners still on base. Tim Lewis added one in the third, before the them with home runs,two each."
was over ..
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District leader, Santa Fe, Saturday on three hits to take the win. 001 an 001ISO 010 -* aSudlard came to the plate and homered to Tornadoes could score two in the Jason Johnson hit a one run homerin
afternoon, also here in Starke. The Jeff Plant blasted a triple with deep center field, scoring the three bottom of the third. Adding one in the third to tie the score,but In the
other was 7-5 over Newberry.The Long and McNeal on base, scoringtwo ri.. r AIM.00'Hum Ne. 111'1lohn"n runs to cap the win. the fifth and another in the sixth the bottom of the fourth, Buchholz hit a
2-2 split leaves BIIS 7-5 the runs to tie the game at three .Irons I 0 0 I The Panthers were shut down In Tornadoes were tied at 4-all after six two-run homer to go ahead for good.
on runs each. JotkioiiI.KS I 0 0 0 the seventh by pitcher Lewis, who innings. The Tornadoes came back in the
season
With two outs, and a 2-2 count, I 1 I 0 1 0i.wN 0 came in in the fourth inning to The Colts scored the winning run top of the fifth with one run, but a
BIIS 5, Santa Fe 3... John Berry hit a two run homer into McNMl !I 0 1 I relieve starter Kelly Dyal and take in the top of the seventh while three-run homer by Buchholz in the
left center field, scoring himself and 71.,. 1 0 I the win. Lewis, 2-1 in relief, gave up holding the Bradford nine scorelessin botton half of the inning put the
A two run triple by Jeff Plant anda Plant. ..... 7 I 1 I three hits, one walk and struck out the inning. score out of reach.In .
two run home run by John Berry in Cordell Strong went all the way on .ncl. I I 1 0 four in four innings he pitched. Dyal Bo Hersey, now 2-2, went all the the sixth inning Travis Long ad-
an sixth inning uprising lifted the the mound, Raining:-strikeouts and BIIS 7, Newberry 5... was tagged for five hits, one walk way, allowing eight hits, six walks ded his two-run homer to bring the
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A 6-run sevent inning, including a and struck out three batters. and struck out three. score to 4-7. but the Bobcats scored
3-run home run by Tim Lewis, lifted also, score now 4-8.
...dl.... 000 010 '-, I 1N.wY.w N.,04_.... Ml 000 1dl. -I 0 I In the of the seventh,with two
BBS 7-5 Newberry March 21. top
by ....
001 000 11-' I I 001 011 0-4A e I
Mitchell'sDrug Newberry had given up only two .. out, the Tornadoes loaded the bases
)- II.. A.M Run. N1. Ia'. N..r 'SM lull HM MMStr.nl .. to hit into a double play to end
in six and only
hits and innings _
\ one run John..n." I I 0 0 MO e 1 1 I .
led 5-1 going into the seventh. .."....0. I 0 0 1O4Nnl I 1 I II. the game.
... ...... "Cong's home came one Inn-
"We broke loose in the seventh, I I Itoo. I 0 I 1N.d run
... I I 0 I 10"MeH. 0 ing too early," said the coaches. It
StoreSince said Tornado Ass't Coach Jeff .. ... .
i I.ck. I I I 1Y..N. I 1 I
Zuraff. I I I I Lewl. 1.1. was a well played game, almost error -
John Berry got on base on an er ... 0 I 1 MI 10. II free.

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Easter Baskets
9pting
Dakin Stuffed

& Animals Free Day Care...

Baskets Easter Novelties127E. Free day care is available for 3
and 4 year olds, whose families
qualify. Contact Robin Lee at the
Bradford County School Board Of-
Call St.Downtown ti S. Tempe Ave. Star eI fice, ph. 9644800.
964
-7810
Starke
I I I Learn to Read...

If you know and adult_ who wantsto
learn to read, or if you want to
help someone learn to read, contact I
Librarian Sue Crum at the Library,
or call the Bradford County
Library at 9646400.Bookmobile..

...
New hours for Bradford County
Bookmobile have been announced

Hare : for'8-10 Thursdays a.m., Brooker: Elementary I
to Compare SALEM School
10-12 a.m. Brooker City Hall
Office'12:15-1:13: : p.m., Graham Post

'1:30-2:30: : p.m.k Kite's Realty

t '"" Learn a Trade.... '_
a 9 .7 ,295 % 6,595 The Job Training Partnership

Act (JTFAi, will send'you.to/school
at the Vocational Centei>i.

!Escort 2DoorAir Buys A New Ford Festiva with Air Conditioning With qualify.There are openings in Commercial -

Several to Choose From. Vehicle and Driving,
Cosmetology, Clerical Welding,
Conditioned AM/FM Heavy Equipment and Hor-
Stereo -a. OnlyH54.40 ticulture.For .
further information contactMs.
Digital Clock w/Console V.Mitchellat
:
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;p, ::0. Power Steering $ 4t.s-t'.t the local Job Service Office,,,
Rear Window Defogger e'yti 964-8092.
.d-
4,9 And Much, Much More! y. r i Per Month iI

*, Square Dance...

Plus Level square dance instruction -
is available each Tuesday in
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center,
1989 Thunderbirds from $14,995 from 8-10 p.m., with Ken Perez,
+ caller. For additional informationcall
10,495 1989 Ford Bronco XLT from $18,895 964-7955.

1989 Ford Bronco II from $12,363from Child Find...

1989 Ford Ranger XLT $9,175 Do you know a child with a handicap -

Ford F150 lariat XLT 1989 Ford Aerostar from $13,795 Child? Find is one part of the

2 1989 Ford Crown Viet. from $16,995 Florida Resources Diagnostic System (and FDLRS Learning) that

.1 5 Speed Air Conditioned lends support services to excep-
1989 Ford Taurus Wagon from $13,495from
[ 1 Speed/Tilt Tachometer. tional student education programsin
a six county area: Bradford,
I
1989 Ford GL
1 AM/FM Stereo W/Cassette Tempo $9,995 Baker,Flagler,Putnam, St.Johns,
Sliding Rear Window !" :t 7 1989 Ford Probe GL from $11,895 and Union Counties.
1 And Much, Much More One function of Child Find is
identification of potentially handicapped -

.. preschool students, and
.. ... .. -. : ,' ,.' '-. -. : the location of children and youth

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( ,' ''' : I ," ,- ': ( I Some areas of handicapping conditions -
1,5\tQ'' lS. Waln St ( s..l S'ar1.ei : be
: ,_ : I *. l3J ; :, ; hearing physical may, vision problems.speech, learning, language, behavioror ,


1985 Honda Civic 1984 F-150 1987 Special Edition '85 Olds Delta Br. be II handicapped you know of contact a child who may

DX Wagon Pickup Bonus Cab FDLBS/ChUd Find at (904)) 3288811In
Loaded,All Putnam County or write
Maroon,6 (p., 4 Speed,Tilt, 31OOOML. Option.All The $ 88 FDLRS/Chlld Find, P.O. Box 159,
8 6
L Air AMFMCassette,SptWheeln $4995 New Grails Tire.Air, $! 3,995 the Dualiei Extra, All $15 995 Way...89,000Mil. One Owner Bostwick, FL 32007.

CleanI Employers Wanted...

1985 Ranger (4x4)Air '84 Chevy S10Pickup 1986 Ford F-150 XL 1987 Pontiac 6000 Employers in the are Title wanted III Dislocated to participate

Worker Program.
Chrome 4x4,Tilt, 6,000 ML Tilt, The Job Training Partnership
With Tire., Roll $ SWB Black, Cruise,Air, $ Cruise, AM/FM $8895 Act (JTPA) will fund on-the-job
Bar, AM/FM/ 49 9 5 ..Sp.Sport $ 32 50 New Tire. 89 95 Stereo,Cloth IntOne training positions for the long term'
Cassette. Wheel. & Rims Owner unemployed.
For further Information call San-
1986 Olds dra Demps In Lake City, at (904)
1987 Tempo GL 1987 Bronco II 1985 Ford F-150 758-0433, In the Florida Department
Cutlass .
Supreme of Labor office.Applicants

4 Dr..Tilt MID, 5Sp.Air.AMFM New Tire. & '
Cruise, Rims,4 4Dr..6Cyt, Needed...
Air.
AM/FM 6950 Cloth Int Cassette.22.000 $ 9650 Speed,Air, $5995 SportWheeUTerwillegar Cleanl 6995" The Division of Vocational

I Cassette,Clean ML.Spa Wheels Titan Blue Rehabilitation of the Department of
Labor and Employment Security of
the State of Florida needs ap-
plicants.Do ., .
you know that you may be'' ,
eligible far vocational rehabilitation .
Motors
services if: \
You have a physical, mental or
emotional dlsafWty; and _
Your disability prevent you
964-7200 473-FORD from getting or keeping: a Job; and
371-1096 380-FORD .
l' Starke Keystone Hgts For IUUI'C Information call
Gainesville Jacksonville 964-2307,01' go by the office at 1250
State Road 21 Andrews Circle, Suite D, Starke.
209 W. Madison
Office hours are a a.m.to 5 p.m., .
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Section B Antiques. I IBy


Big Crowds Make Annual Show a Success


Mark Frledlln 40 exhibitors and there was a
News Bradford BCT Staff Writer wide variety of Items on display!
County Antique lovers came from neal r ranging from tiny figurines to
Features Telegraph rend far last weekend for th: large wooden furniture pieces
Starke Woman's Club's Seventh I from delicately wrought glassworks
Lake Region Annual Antique Show and Sale to paintings In oil and
Classified Ads The crowds were large Frida)r watercolors.
Monitor a IT and Saturday, dropped off a bit l Woman's Club members set up
booths for each exhibitor In the
Obituaries Sunday morning, then picked u p I
Union County again Sunday afternoon to makeit fairground building north of
and More. Times a successful weekend overall. Starke on US 301. a setting
according to several Club mem which provided plenty of space
bees on hand. for the crowds which lined the
TIIUIISDAY Mun1l23.: IlK! !
The show featured more than aisles looking for that rare Item
which may have been overlooked -
be .
ore
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a asr a as ass s amt a.e ss art aaa ast ors a.r ase as a
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I 1989 S-10 Pickup Does It Again o o 1iT, 9


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'89 Cavalier CamaroRS T-Top


$ 750 Rebate '89 Corsica


$ 750 Disc. '89 Beretta



,t % I've been coming to this show

__ 4 for the past three years," said
Jacksonville's J.T. McCloud, a
e collector who has extensive sets
--- -- APR Camaro RS Coupe of old glass in his collection.

.. Most of the shows where I live
-
< ..;; are all picked through by the
time you get there. This show is
Orian Wells $1,000 Rebate casual with very friendly peoplein
Chevy-Olds charge and a slow-paced at
1989 Cutlass 500 Disc mosphere. I'll keep coming
I proudly back."
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I Supreme introduces the -
: The show filled two large
1,000 All New GEO line buildings at the fairgrounds and
Rebate there were samples of everything
-
of automobiles '
a collector might desire.
$ f VSMM BV H WW/X MMHr TrlT
1,000 Disc. to this area. 1989 98
Regency 4-Dr.
The list included wooden ware
and "country tin", quilts and
$1,500 Rebate> coverlets old Teddy Bears
china, crystal, baskets
$ 2,500 Pisa J portraits Depression and
Carnival glass mirrors, stampsand
, colns,.-restored.as well-as
, I original condition furniture,
vintage clothing, period and
1949 I r, costume Jewelry old and new
Metro 2-dr Hatchback Coupe/ Tracker Hardtop clocks, sterling and plate silver
old dolls and much more.

I GEO Metro I I GEO Tracker 4x4 I The show seems to grow In

popularity each year attracting
,. "_. Spectrum 2-dr.Hatchback Coupe 'hundreds of visitors from all

twAs $5995 twAs $10,495 |I 'GfEOSpectru I :' over who Club Florida are members greeted and South wearing by Woman's Ceorgla old


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Orian Wells latest purchase of factory 1988 As $ *
executive and off-lease cars will save you 7295 1v-
Low As
thousands hot new models Chevrolet -


1989 Cutlass Supreme Corsica 1989 Chevy Caprice


Automatic Automatic transmission, power windows, LS Brougham /
transmission, power steering, power brakes tilt wheel .
power windows, fll,484 Leather Interior, Loaded MSRP $21,809
console shifter, tilt

wheel, power 4 to choose from :$
cruise, V-6, all 8,184Corsica .417,680
digital dash and } Idl
much morel _
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First Time Buyer Program Available on All GEO Models : /J. ..<<
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1986 Olds Cutlass 87 Chev.Monte Carlo SS 1988 Chevy Beretta' 1988 Cutlass Calais SL
Loaded, Full Power Fact. Demo.,Full
4 Door.Family Site 10,000 Mi..Loaded One of Last Around! AT PS,PB Air Cond. Warranty-List Price $15,183.00 fashioned dresses and theirstrawberry

$ 7,295 Appointment Shown Only '8,888, '11.995 The "Strawberry bonnets.Boutique" section -
set up at the show featured

, 1986 Ford 250 LWB 1988 Astro Van '84 Ford Bronco 1988 Pontiac Gran Am "Wlille club Elephant"members Items for collectedby sale: Including

AT Air,40,000 Miles On.Owner,15,000Milos items like potted plants
Passenger. $ CT ,TIIt,Crui.o, and homemade! goodies like! divinity -
7,995 Cyl.,AT Tilt.' 1 JL.y fcf O 7,995 AM/FM.Alum.Wheol>. $8',995 penuche! sugared almonds
4x4 Cruine,Stereo AT.4-Dr. and fudge to much on

1988 Corsica.. 1988 Caprice Wagon '87 Dodge D-150 PU'' 'Fact.'88. Demo.Olds,Ori Delta,. Lilt 17.288 88 aisles.during'Members those trips also down said they the

Factory Carl, Full Power, Loaded,'Fact. Wrnty. V-8 AT,PS,PB' Full Power Full Warranty were pleased with the businessat
BetweenUH1OOO their "Kounlry Kitchen"which
Miles. Loaded.to 8,295;; $10 488 7,995 '11.995 served homemade ,meals
,
Chooao From _! ..- throughout the show. Most
browsers were most complimentary I
however about the famous
Bradford County Strawberries -
and Strawberry Shortcake .
served at the show.
Club members were both

..O helpful\ and busy as they scurried
about In their costumes as
hostesses for he! event.!

964-750 .....:.- r 372-0103 The -Antique!. and Collectible
CBEVROLET'iwy 301 North Mon.-Fri.9r30-8PM Show Is one of he major
Starko Sot.t-6PM Sun. 1-SPM" OLDSMOBILE fundraising events for he
Woman's Club of Starke and the
proceeds are used to further the
many civic1/ C'barltabkon(1 edu-
rational events sponsored by
the Club whirh benefit the enrr -

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If your shrubbery Books dull and Is


I iiaiford Donates $5,000 to Citizen's GroupWith y cav.r.d a with thorough a sooty clan Iilm..lt TIP now.noods..

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/ May 22 set for the start of an million to equip itself for fire protection pany has a fire engine, ambulance, Emergency Director Wilson says
administrative! hearing, United and an emergency response and an emergency response! team on that the county would need a new Florida Pest Control's spring oil
Citizen! Against Pollution (U.CAP, team to handle possible accidents ata site for waste accidents. A hazar- fire truck with crew quarters costing Will loosen the sooty mold so II will wash gS will
are I>tt> ping up their fund.raising 1 ef. hazardous waste disposal facility, dous waste incinerator at Roebuck, $200,000 and three other vehicles r .w also red
torts with little more than hall of the in addition to possible highway S.C., however relies on the city's $58,000, in addition to the expense of c:2-f: eTeroadefrro'ef o your, plants
estimated amount needed on hand spills, volunteer fire department for training personnel to man the equip- will have Spraying
for attorney's fees, consulting lees, The State could require any emergency service, which consistsof ment. must be done ahead of hot weather
and expert witness charges private company that wants to fire trucks and foam-making Gerald Griffis chairman of the
At its Tuesday, March 14 meeting, operate the proposed hazardous equipment. Union County Commission and Cell ua today and have
the Iiaiford Town Council voted waste facility to provide emergency Iiaiford Mayor J.D. Griffis told brother of Mayor J.D. Griffis said, ua schedule your spray
unanimously to appropriate$5HHl( to equipment at the site before issuing Richie that he Is opposed to the State "We're going; to do everything we
the cause-.an amount it "set aside operating permits, Raoul Clark, a locating the hazardous waste Incinerator can to keep it out of the county. If rLOR.p7X Call 964-5745
several month ago for this purpose, DKK spokesman, said last week near the town, but if the they're going to force it on us, they'll .
but had not formally released The Brute Kichic, Florida Times- facility is built, he thinks that have to pick up the tab. 'PEST
favorable vote at Tuesday's meetingwas Union correspondent, checked with Iiaiford should annex the site and be So far due to its shortage of funds ) Free Inspection .ttlmataVr"
unanimous two out-of-state hazardous waste reponsible for providing emergency Union County has made no offer to < WNTROL"
The Raiford money will augment plants. and got different answers services!!, including the cost of help with expenses for the administrative ,,,, ? / Dlraclod OredueFe_EntomojOfli let__
$5,000 pledged by Baker County,and The one at a hazardous waste landfill .- emergency equipment and the per hearing starting May f r l.uiM l.ri C.ntr.l S rvi* i iniif*in* nt
another$5O($)by Bradford County lo near Krm-lle, Ala said the rom Rnnncl J needed 22
help meet the cost of litigation in the -
fight against the State's choice of a

Union hazardous County Curve waste for site Florida's treatment on SK121 proposed plant atKllerhee -. Feast r Eyes OiiOiir Easter Prices.

amount With needed funds ,still Sally short Goths of U-CAP the OUI'

president,sa id the group will step up
its fund.raising efforts between now SHOP WINN-DIXIE .
and May 22 "The more money we AND SAVE ON
raise, the more we will have YOU SHANK HALF HAMS Lit.99C t'
available for an In-depth presentation EVENEED ,
of the errors made by the FOR AN

Department of Environmental EASTER FEAST a SHANK PORTION HAMS LII.99c
Regulation and its! consulting firm,
Weston, Inc, in selecting the Union :
County site," Gotts said. She urgedall If GRADE 'A'
citizens of Bradford County who
are interested in keeping a hazardous
waste incinerating plant from A W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED I 0', W-D REGULAR
this area to make contributions to .l..r.: ;
the fund. CRYOVAC SLICED FREE 10 LBS. and UP

An Awareness Day auction and a
smoked pork or chicken supper will WHOLE orSMOKED BREASTED
be held at the Law toy Community BROAD
School this Saturday, March 18,
from 47 p,m. Bidding on items
donated by local businesses will
HAMS TURKEYS
start at 5 p,m.

Who Pa>s...?
In the meanwhile, officials of _
Union County are proclaiming their -
financial inability to provide protection J I.iiiiii
against accidents at a hazar- o MatuglUlllhi'dindllb' :
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dous waste plant or accidents on ''' '

state by trucks roads transporting within the county hazardous used Ili'' IIIIU'lillllp'41111'Il ii wpHS 4pDEalUd I'I'Illlllllii'I

waste to the plant site IN411UIUIitlIIIIIIiI'; '9;, 4040IU __ ::::iii
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State Representative George II I IgRl _
Crady, D-Yulee, has announced He IIViIIIII'lllllll'' ___ .
will offer a bill at the April ; '' ,
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foaeastIrgIU''ll
legislative session, requiring the 11
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;
State to pay for emergency services I II II salicrlol
in any county before a state incinerator fHOP
could be placed in opera- SA'8LY'
tion there. Rep Chance Irvine,
R-Orange Park, said yesterday she
would be in favor of such legislationsince
it would be unfair for a countyto
have to pay for expensive trainingand
equipment to protect itself from
possible accidents at a state-
imposed hazardous waste incinerator Winn-Dixie

Jerry Wilson. Union County direc- l \'l bl

tor of emergency services, says if
the State refuses to provide protec-
the of Union and TM
tion to citizens
Bradford Counties, "there just won'tbe
any protection" since Union :
County" IS In dire financial straits ITUPPRICES
Last Wilson estimated that the
Union year C'ountyFire Department! ..., .. "
would require a"h ex"pciiditure of $3


Takes Gainesville Officer's Woman Gun, GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO

No One InjuredA 470 WEST STARKE MADISON STREET FEED THE HUNGRY

38-year-old Gainesville woman When you buy groceries Just ask your cashier to
faces charges of attempted murder QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THURS.-WED" "even up" your grocery total to the next dollar. The
after taking a Starke police officer's WINND'."E STORES 'NS' funds collected will go to The Salvation Army to provide
MARCH
rOPYAI" IMA 23-29, 1989
gun last week fresh food Items for needy families.
Vivian Delores Burch told police
she was being threatened but while EVERYDAY rn VERYDAY
they were trying to apprehend the [
"""' PRICE
LOW 1n
suspect, Burch apparently decidedto SBBK Mo tow pRicfjSLICED'
speed matters up by getting
herself a gun.Tuesday ,
March 14, at approxImately VTff 8 1 .
8 p.m. Officer Gordon Smith "'' '"
was contacted by Burch who stated : # ...TIDBITS!, .
that Tyrone Cummings had stuck an NFM FIYr17TA.TrI I I 1 e
Army type gun in her face and said "SMOKED NICE 8 SLOW 8 J 'T"T1 i THRIFTY MAIDPINEAPPLE I
he was going to kill her. She gave a READY TO GO" WHOLE

description of the vehicle Cummingswas ,.M BARBECUECHICKENS _
allegedly riding in and Smith I I
gave the Information over the police p '

radio Patrolman Jeff Johnson advisedby $

radio that the suspect car may be / FOR '
at the recreation center on FloridaSt.
Smith told Burch to get into the
patrol car to identify Cummings.When .
Smith arrived at the recreation F/sy 20rO*
I
center Patrolman Johnson wassurroundei I
by hostile black males B-INCH EASTER SINGLE CAKE LAYER or CANS
who were yelling racial slurs according -
to the report. Just as the officers BUNNYSC3AKES
said they thought they had the

disturbance under control a vehicle ,IVE..TDAY LOW PRICU' EVERYDAY IOWPRICCS, ,-
drove up with Cummings. 'J i
Cummings attempted to exit the 9 REGULAR DRAFT or LITE
vehicle yelling he was going to kill r. MILLER f JUMBO IVORY LIQUID'
Burch. As the officer attempted to \ \ VIVA
., DISHDETERGENT
keep Cummings in his vehicle a
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struggle ensued Burch who had exited NAPKINS tz-0
the patrol car jumped on Of-
ficer Smith's back during his struggle HERRLICH BAKED or -
with Cummings and grabbed his I sg98
service revolver. NON NAB RED t: : $168 $558

Cummings' car, driven by Vikie CANS 300-C'T g8-D=.
Ann Cummings pulled off as Burch f4 kJ BTL.
fired two shots striking the Cumm- r NATURAL
ings vehicle Neither occupant in the S 7 THRIFTY MAIDAPPLESAUCE DEEP SOUTH DEEP SOUTH 18
vehicle was injured. 17 $129 69C'
The officers finally persuaded HALF ( A ,A':' SQUEEZE MUSTARD It.t. SWEET GHERKINS IDHI.MR' $1

Burch to put the gun down at which
time they arrested her said Smith. WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR
ALL
VARIETIES
Burch was charged with two KITCHEN COLLECTABLES SHOPPING LIST THAN GROCERIES
counts of attempted murder two FULL OF FRUITFRESH CHEK
counts of aggravated assault BAKED :"" C--'A:: .. .. WITH 23e OFF LABEL TARTAR CONTROL TUBE or
depriving an officer of his means of $199 DRINKS '- ffl599 .. 11fI6opl...roo 0....... TARTAR CONTROL GEL
APPLE PIES
protection and battery of a law en- -...EA..... .::?; ...._c.a..1. COLGATE' $438
"SMOKED NICE AND SLOW AND READY TO .
forcement officer said Smith. 00" C ;\ '"= TOOTHPASTE . art
1O-12 LB. : H
Bond was set at$130,000, Burch remains I"1 t, e. .
6 8 I "
SMOKED 88 REGULAR,
j' in custody. or BAKED' 2.LTR. p.: or WITH JON-LIME.ALOE SENSITIVE UNSCENTED
TURKEY. F BTL. : .- COLGATE
;,Voter Itegistrationt GARLIC or BUTTER KNOT ,,' :-: : SHAVE II C
I -C CREAM !1Ji 1S
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'> Fair
t Set.at Clay FRESH BAKED $177 '.: ). t';k': LABEL

Voters will be able to register at i ROLLS . DO* CRACKIN GOOD '. : SCOFF $905

I booth at the Clay County Agriculture SUGAR GRAHAMS t 98c l -.- '0--; .-a_ ; -- MOUTHWASH 3lTr .
I\ j Fair; according to Supervisor 01 .
: I', Elections Dorothy Holt.
9.; The dates and times are:
'. Thursday, March 30, 5-8 p.m.
!t Friday, March 31, noon to 8 p.m
'. Saturday, April 1, noon to 8 p.m / '
4 Eligible residents who are no EVERYDAY! LOW LOW IiNIp
registered may do so at these time !
i f"i.,,:; Current registered Clay Count; ,
j;( 4 ( voters may update their record*, In
i eluding name address, or party alL

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14 Vy For Strawberry Queen's Crown I IBy

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Mark Frledlin Top prizes In the event, whichIs Connection In Gainesville.The daughter of Elbert and Betsy
BCT Staff WriterA sponsored by the Junior evening's entertainmentwill Mersey ol Starke and Is a fresh
I O 1 1i I large field of local hc.ititlrs Woman's Club of Starke. Include be top notch with the man at Santa Fe Community
will compete in the Hr.ulfciril a $1,200 scholarship to the winner quartet "Front How" on hand, a College (SFCC). Mindy was a
County Strawberry Queen and $600 scholarships to popular favorite from last year's cheerleader at Bradford High
Pageant this year. the 1st 1\1IC121111 runner-ups The event. SchoolBHS( ) and wants to be a
The pageant Is set for April 8 winner also receives a $200 The competition is usually very respiratory therapist when she
and will l>e ht"ldln Ilir liradfoid modeling scholarship for the lose and It looks as If this year graduates from college. She lists
IIIJth School Auditor II 1111. first time this year. Contestants will be no exception to that rule. water-skiing, reading and
Reigning 1O8S Strawberry arc also being treated to a one as a look at the individual contestants horses as hobbles and is being
Quern Lilly Burgess will be on day cruise late this month, and a will attest. sponsored by Mitchell's Drugs.
hand 10( pass her crown <>n to a free modeling and makeup .session ConlestanlsMindy Wanda Marie Mueller Is the
new suce1 ssnr. at the Modeling Lynn Hersey Is the daughter of Kenneth and Car-
olyn Mueller of Starke and Is a
senior at BHS and has a dual
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-/r..rrt40OlpW4F1' enrollment at SFCC. Wanda Is
Involved In many activities In
y school and In a member of the
National Honor Society and was
captain of the BHS Jazz
Dancers last year. She plans to
EARLY $
//G///G, O//G''/% \ ,. SHOP study accounting at the University -
of North Florida and be-
: .. CLOSEDEaster / Yt.i certified
l come a public accountant -
rirfrzzr1-'-* MilrZ after graduation.
Wanda lists dancing and swim-
ming among her favorite hob-
3 Sunday -' bies and Is being sponsored by
r __ ii ; I MARCH 28 Purple Gator.
\ Kimberly Call SIngletary Is the
W-D BRAND U.S. STORE \ daughter of Mr. and Mrs.William
SEMI-BONELESS SELECT LEAN SIngletary of Lawtey and Is a JUnior -
HOURS at BHS. Kimberly Is a
I member of the Key and French
RIB 8TIM FRESH Clubs In high school and was
ROASTHARVEST Key Club Sweetheart for 1988-
P.M. 89. A career In elementary edu-
ROAST PORK cation Is Klmberly's eventual
goal and she lists shopping.
going to the beach and being
outdoors as her favorite hobbies -
Kimberly Is being spon-
sored by 3-Way Construction.
Peggy Sue Wright Is the daughter -
$ of Mr. and Mrs.Jack Gross of
Starke and Is a junior at BHS.
Peggy Is the top photographerfor
$3g7 the high school annual staff
and wants to study photo
journalism In college. She espe-
cially likes photographing children -
Peggy lists singing and
shopping among her hobbles
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HENS III SLICED BOLOGNA La Applications are out for the ,
MADISON BRANDTURKEY 1989 Keystone: Heights Invitational !
GOLD KIST C LB. BOLOGNA HARVEST Tennis Tournament set '''I

FRYER LIVERS slii or FRANKS . u fC for April 1.2.8&9.
FRESH I
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are available at the Bradford
County Telegraph In Starke and
by calling Sponsors Kevin or
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LB. limes before the tournament for
players may be obtained by
calling one of the above numbers 'I
after 6 p.m. on Thursday.
pRANGES March 30. The director say they .
VALENCIA will work around competitor's .I
work schedules: In early round
,EVERYDAY'LOUT PRICE 1 .EVERYDAY,10W PRICES .' ORANGES matches If possible.

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Eighteen one pound bags of marijuana Sgt. David Goodner.
'j. was included in the items of A blood alcohol kit no longer need-
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: n 14 by local law enforcement.The .
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Charles Edward Hawkins/ and arrest of Jamie Dean Stackhouse for
Robert Melton Stebbins.After stopp-- vehicular homicide.
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of Richard Lee Miller for
they were charged with possessionof
more than 20 grams of cannabis possession of hashish.
when a suitcase containing the bags A firearm from the Jan. 1988 arrest -
was recovered from a ditch where it of Bobby Hommes and mari-
had been tossed by the pair. juana from that arrest and the arrests -
of James Robert Kilgore Jr.
Other items no longer needed as
evidence since the cases have been and Daniel G. Magnafichi, according -
disposed of resulted from arrests to Lt. Winston Barber.
., made by Florida Highway Patrol The evidence was destroyed after
troopers during the past two years. being soaked with fuel set afire and
: Destroyed was a small amount of later buried after permission was
r9tI Jfl* : '4 marijuana. seized in an arrest Oct.inn. obtained from the proper authortiesby
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After uilncsses! verified, the e\Id"I1"-" itI as soaked. with furl hd afire Involved the operation' were Chief Deputy Pat Henry, Sheriff Kenneth -
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Charged Signs to PostedA Hand Surgery Center

29-year-old trucker has been Cannon died at the scene. Both men submitted to FHP headquarters in dangerous intersection ahead. Speed PPC Approved Hospital
charged with running a slop sign for worked for Mid.Fla Hauling in Worthington Tallahassee by Horler and Homicide bumps and a larger stop sign with Lake Butler
his involvement in a fatal collision Springs. Investigator Murray Richardson flashing lights should be installed on 850 East Main Street
near Providence Feb. 15, according recommends that signs be posted on each side of CR-245, the report Call 49G-0092 for an appointmentBlue
to the Florida Highway Patrol. Watson will be required to appearin SR-238 warning drivers about a recommended.
Carlton Rachell! Watson, a court next month and could face a Cross/Blue Shield PPC and Health Option HMO ProvideIT'S )
limerock hauler from Lake City, ran maximum $500 fine, have his license
through the intersection of CK-215 suspended or revoked and I he required -
and SR-238 near Providence in early) to attend defensive-driving lLb (
morning dense fog. Lake Butler resident school said Trooper James Horler. TERMITE SEASON
Glenward Lamar Cannon, 31, Horler said his investigation of the I tgt pi=e tir One Pow prFce:
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into the middle of WnNon' 1.vi-hi'-. alcohol abuse by Watson.A reportL&L

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Tries possession of cocaine, according to resisting arrest without violence,ac- The vehicle was towed and stored. lion,Anderson could face up to three delivery, possession and transpor-
To Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Bond cording to Patrolman H. D. Griffis. by a wrecker service.Anderson years in prison.Noegel's ting in Brunswick County, N. C.
Kidnap WifeAn was set at$7,000. Salmon was drinking,yelling and using Trial According to Bolivia authorities, if

ongoing domestic dispute led to profanity at the Handy Way Hearing the Monday jury trial 'washes' they
arrested March 17.Salmon. Set In N. C.
Carlos Ford
a kidnapping and assault at Camp 41, was have another case pending against
March 15 for failure to appear for a was also charged on a On Probation SetA
Blanding Military Reservation last March 27 Noegel. Noegel the alleged source
warrant with five counts of Monday, Stanley
Thursday charge of battery, according to ag- federal is of the cocaine of Bradford
according to Sheriff battery, according to probation hearing Schafer Noegel of Starke is scheduled supply out
Dalton Bray. Deputy Carter. He was released gravated Rhoden. scheduled for March 29 in Tampa for for trial to face charges of drug County which was being hauled intoN.
Eric Jefferson, 23 of after a $500 cash bond was posted. Deputy Harvey Dixie businessman who C. to the indictment.
Middleburg Bond was set at $2,500, he was a County trafficking in North Carolina. according
and William Davis,24,of 103rd St.in released on his own recognizance shot and killed his wife, a former Noegel, 66, former owner of Starke resident Larry David An-
Jacksonville went to the service Timothy Leggette, 32, was ar- March 20.Waldo. Starke resident,during a hunting ac- Noegel Auto Sales in Starke, was in- drews is scheduled to testify duringthe
man's club in Camp Blanding where rested March 15 for failure to pay, cident last November. dicted by a North Carolina grand jury trial, according to District
Jefferson's estranged wife work. petit theft, according to Deputy U.S.Dibtrict Court Judge WilliamsJ. jury in April of last year. He was Attorney Michael Easley. Andrewshas
Davis went into the club and asked Harvey Rhoden. Bond was set at Castagna will decide whether charged with one count each of con- pled guilty to drug trafficking
Letitia Dorcas Jefferson $101.25 cash. Leggette is also being Woman H. Anderson, Jr. of charges and awaits sentencing.
24, to step held for Alachua with bondDuane Joseph owner spiracy to traffic in cocaine, _
outside stating that a relative need- ... em?nn County Charged With Anderson Columbia Paving Co. of
ed to speak to her. Once outside the AutoA Old Town, violated his federal probation Su-El's Retirement
club Eric Jefferson Stealing Nov. 18 Community
pointed a loaded Sanford Higgins, :37, of in the shooting death
,32 caliber revolver to her head Jacksonville was arrested March 18 31-year-old Waldo woman has of his wife, Ira.
cocked it and forced her into the for trespass of unoccupied struc- been charged with taking a 19114) Anderson was placed on three Retirement Community R.tlr.menl Home
an
vehicle,said Sheriff Bray. ture Rhoden. Chevrolet Citation from a Putnam years federal probation in 1986 after A small Mlntnent In this small community we
to
Club employees who had witnessed according Deputy County man. The woman ami the Anderson admitted to bribing three community 0 su-Ers.Wshavt also have Su-Efs RoliremontHome.
Bond was set at $500, he was released .
rantafc w norm tw sell A licensed grouphome
the incident called Starke. commissioners
the camp Chevy were found in Hillsborough County
on his own recognizance.Gloria seniors.R for seniors thai needs
car Independent
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security who the vehicle at Deborah Louise Fisher was in exchange for paving contracts.
stop with
Is a assistance with
a quM sailing supervision.
the main gate the at the Starko The terms of the probation denied
oc- Ann Thompson, 32, of located March 15 home-like emoeph r..Al W.give personalized care.
cupants until Detective Roger Starke was arrested March 17 for Motor Court where she was staying, Anderson the right to possess a Su-EI we Met housing 24 hr.supervision" hot meals
Gainey of the Clay County Sheriff's failure to for change of plea she was in the stolen vehicle, accor- firearm. However, Anderson fired a lUIINlM,meld and foundry f 'laundry service*day,week,
Office arrived. Eric Jefferson and for reckless appear display of a dangerous ding to Patrolman Kinard Perry 12-gauge shotgun that killed his wife, ervlcMWlh! a 24 hr. long term stay.. Certllled
Davis were arrested and taken to the weapon, according to Deputy Fisher had allegedly stolen a cur according to the Dixie County emergency call system nurjsning asst,first aide CPU
Clay County Jail where they remainin Rhoden. She was released after a which was rented to a Paliitka Sheriff's Department. The sheriff's Mealt optional. [ 468-2619 'trained wait

lieu of $100,003 bond. $500 cash bond was posted. business, said Perry. department and the Third Judicial 1 mile South on S.U. 325, Hampton, FL, Sue Lett Walker
Eric Jefferson was charged with Fisher was charged with possession Circuit State Attorney's Office in
armed abduction and aggravated Larry Daniel Watts, 33, was ar- of a stolen vehicle, said I't-rry Live Oak have ruled the shooting an
battery. Davis was charged with ac- rested March 20 for possession of Bond was set at $1,000, she was accicent. a
cessory to armed abduction and ag- drug paraphernalia, according to released on her own recogni/.nnc-c If found in violation of his probai i a

gravated injured Deputy Bennett. He was released 's fashions \aa
.Joan
No one was in the incident. after a $500 surety bond was posted.
The gun was recovered. HOME FINANCINGPurchase

Christopher Lamar Mosley, 27, of
High Rate Of Speed Hampton was arrested March 17 for Shop at Joan'sfor
Causes CrashA failure to appear for driving while Refinance or Construction !1

license suspended (DWLS), accor- Conventional. F.I I.A. and V.A. the finest :
1986 Ford travelling at an ex- ding to Deputy Rhoden. Bond was
treme high rate of speed suffered set at$120.25, he was released on his Fixed Rate or Adjustable
severe damage and its two oc- own recognizance for that charge. in Ladies :
Co. Inc.
cupants received injuries when the Mosley was also charged on an order Gainesville Mortgage ,
Ford rear ended a tractortrailertruck of arrest from Alachua County for a
early Friday morning. failure to pay child support, said Ph. 964-3739 a fashionsSpeciaC !
Samuel Andrew Cissna, :37, of Rhoden. Mosley purged by paying HAROLD K. DAVIS "
Jacksonville was northbound on $522 cash and was released. Licensed Mortgage fSY Located Longchamp Homes
SR-100 travelling at 38mph when it Broker B...wifcjs-j. Bldg.. US 301 S. Starke
was struck by the Ford which was Tony Anthony Williams, 29, was a
also northbound, according to arrested March 15 for VOP
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. The (resisting arrest with violence) and
Ford, driven by Charles Jason possession of drug paraphernalia
Smith, 17, of Starke was apparently according to Deputy Rhoden. Bond WHY WAIT
travelling 135mph in the 45 mph was set at$6,000,he was released on a Easter
speed zone, said Wilkinson. The his own recognizance. YOUR a a
FOR
Ford struck the semi in the rear, f'\ 1 a Ji
skidding 471 feet before coming to Franklin William Wheeler,34,was .
rest, said Wilkinson. Smith and arrested March 14 for aggravated ;; TAXREFUNDWHEN a
passenger, Jerry Edward Feltner, battery, according to Deputy King. i'J __ i S are ,
22, of Starke was taken by Rescue to Bond was set at $2,000. Wheeler was ia i
Bradford Hospital where they were detained on a charge of attempted YOU CAN
treated, according to Paramedics perjury from Alachua County with i
Jerrel Johnson and Dan Cuddington. bond set at $5,000. GET YOUR MONEY FAST! a t Dresses yor'Fiat Special Occasion o oa
Damge to the Ford was 15000.
The semi received only minor Traffic are Also featured"at

damage. The report alleges Smith Joseph Dukes, 21, of Jacksonvillewas Use H&R Block's Rapid Refund ProgramIt's Joan's fashions a aa ajoan's
under the influence of alcohol
was
arrested March 17 for driving federal Income a
loan ur expected
but no charges have been filed at a against
under influence (DUD), according to refund. Available whether H&R Block I
this time. tax
Deputy Danny Thrift. Dukes' blood
alcohol content was .15 percent. He prepares your tax return or not_ fashions

Lawtey Policeman was released after a $500 surety H&R BLOC
Solves BurglaryFishing bond was posted. IT'S FAST!

equipment valued over Michael Aaron Watts, 28, of For more details or to see If you qualify call H&R Block now. a Starke Plaza 964-7651

$500, taken from,a,boat(,Saturday. Gainesville was arrested March 20 8 am-8 pm'. STARKE 964 N. Main St. 964-8286 Visa Mastercard Layaways Welcome j
evening in Lawtey, has I been,
!a-ocovered. tifa..o->->_)i JoJ'nett.,DUI"Watts',according blood alcohol to Deputy contentwas Ben- .I W a 9.am.5 pm..KEYSONE Hf3T9.::-Hwy 21 N.:, (3-3646 .A., ",".)o-ocI-_ _.... _..._.............._..... ..........- ;'....J.JW... w.:.. ... I'"
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'A 12-year-old boy on a skate board
.percent.. He Was also charged -
apparently took the rods and reels with DWLS (more than four mon-
from a boat parked in front of the ths). Bond was set at $2,120.25, he
Lawtey Apartments March 18. The was released on his own FLORIDA TWIN 4
equipment was recovered Mondayand recognizance. I s-
returned to the owner, accor- Starke 964-5451
ding to Patrolman H. D. Griffis.
The juvenile was released into the Lawtey Man ChargedIn
custody of his parents. DisturbanceA 2.00 SPECIAL
Griffis was assisted in the investigation Sat. & Sun. 5:00 Showing
Chief Pat 23-year-old Lawtey man was
by Deputy
Henry. charged with creating a disturbance Tuesday Showing
Friday evening in the parking lot ofa
convenience store. Closed Wed. & Thurs. 14k Gold Chains

FHP Troopers William Elbert Salmon was charged Starts Frl., Mar. 24 Lowest Bracelets 8i
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Vehicle Inspections RAIN MANDUSTIN
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Florida Highway Patrol will HOFFMAN Buy 1755 N. Temple ((301)) Starke Cash
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be conducting driver license and TOM CRUISE 964-5440
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vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 1320 N.Temple Ave.
ing the week of March 24 through Starke
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March 30 on SR-21, SR-loo-SR-230,
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Bradford County by local FXCELLEN7'adventure POWER EQUIPMENT arh
authorities. REPAIRS ON MOST MAKES -
1980 Toyota Celica CHAIN SAW SHARPENING .. ', Equlp .nt,:
Anthony Lennon Arron, 30, of Like New!
Mon. Fri. 8:30-5:30
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Starke was arrested March 20 for ....
aggravated battery, according to Friday 7:05 ft 9:00: .- \ iiiiiUi t ii: ? HOMalTl '!f' !3, p A Sat. 8:30-2:00

Deputy Barry King.Bond was set at 1981 Mercury Cougar Sat. &Sun. 5:00.: 7:00 &9:00 _\ 1\ BRIGGS & STRATTON CUNTON KOHLER OMAN TECUMSEH Sun. :00-5:00
he was released on his own .... AHIEN8 AMP t HAHN MID
$5,000, XR7 Real Nice Mon. & Tues. 7:45: Only \V WISCONSIN MUSTANG MoCULLOCH. r"
recognizance.Kevin MURRAY PRO SEARS

Crossett Carter, 26, of 1981 Chevy 1/2 Ton ....s::..*v\: 282-5472 282-8697 Faster Service
Alachua was arrested March 20 for 301 DRIVE-IN I I UPS
criminal mischief, according to Pickup Step Side r.;:..; PARTS and SALES SERVICE
Deputy Jason Bennett.Bond was set Extra Clean Temporarily Closed ; asc
released on his own :.. .. 2494 BLANDING BLVD.. MIDDLEBURG
at$2,000,he was
recognizance..

Landon Howard Underwood,21,of '
Hampton was arrested March 19 for OWN HOME
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burglary of an occupied structure New Owner Special
theft, according to
Deputes King and iieiuiett. Under-

wood containing is charged money with from taking a a home.purse Jessie's For Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

Bond was set at $4,000, he was

released on his own recognizance. .'

George Washington Early,28,was Hair Clinic 'N o.. "I\"' ;' $,0Ib'!;:" .. LowClosing

arrested March 18 for violation of DownPayment ,,, i"(,' ... ,$ -... ';
community control, according to I .y .J;' iII .; -l; Cost
Deputy Charles Carter. He was Formerly Cutups ; 11'0 .
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7u f 'fl.o YwtrlnIR Muhn'\wt Inr' 10' urgitn Zl nnuc':- n.etn g ilt tho dj)). April 1.Hi 2 paoAU IIUPJIUI't nrganvatttus: Bast i eaiLante a sotdimsand1lwt:. prep"' nto! ;K&- n mifilarjr b 5Ior).
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H uric War H are wiwiurbEKl tv ill tie luUu..wg ywytaa 1711 Hunnnn varim oT actnltier insUtulxms.. and public or
IMIId TK toung Vugsfliiw iQuuMr WH Tiuutmf tc the public pre prrrate corporations deemed worthy
The f... .UIJI1:1itllthlli: Mut um and dividuthtttid urttnuKid grui pf l* jniufaitiiiD and dtsHimmatinn rt m- of such reougn l oo
lill\\II'Ckl Aiib\lt.'lilW. hit I ii trnttgurgrntaed vrclt' ek.ritiWe." Mswrn'edteixatre9l Jnmiutinn HHncurtnd with the V:.SArmy's
under Chit.,wr GT) and tdi: aiLKjnJprurnyt stir'vmhes jrcwmw during:"9>'arid T*'arC The membership categories and
fluritiii SUitutei.. fcf it initTirtr '.11Jf p,'urllUf'gitlltUlt.IUI1 that the carry :':! 1utgMuirfl n dues $10; Lifetime.
bul.purpoi-. !'..I'M'Ul'tilOIUI.IutI ,, and )LzaurwI Park .If TT amuia the Camp RlandmcMnrnnrin fSO; Patrol 1100; Benefactor. S2UO
i* t\< pruiinn aid! twppurr1 lurk\ Hitt H wiutib will 'UdIIJlm .JiI1uHr.1I1II and ] Park of and Corporate beginning at S50U
1 ttit ykatnwd r.-it.1U,' 1I'lId"'JMuht1ulII Milt: up!r iOk": p\Jl.Wc facile .otut.'tI Mind War X m p-eMCnJng; and m- Checks should include complete ad.
,Mild Metl.\.i Ya"t1t ,,' W',, ''wui .. the "Wurhi! War a terjrfltmt: *rr.ld l War H hirtno.manratmmt '. dress and)be forwarded to: Sgt. Ma.
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arch'Uf:. mute-um and memorial Camp Blinding and Installation
park Th locate And rollectmeinirtihilui Support Unit Florida Army National

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GUARDIAN PLAN The Tnemhershiri drive for VFW -lack of participation of the members;
ASK Pnm 3lU -anii!flue Ijidic Auviliarj is in supplying the elbow grease. We
mill nn' The JUKI Tncmhenihip. at need to organize and get the job
representativebrought Tufmit.aiFmemhetx The Ladies finished. Morale support is better
Autiiinrj nerds! elrucn member; to than none at all.
EXPERTS
THE meta the charter deadline of April
me IS !If nm imn Jrj that time thri will
Lace tr watt until August when the Ins. SpecialistsDue
Lid far charter opens up again Here Mar. 28
of mind. Came nn ladles and! nunnnrl the
STANLEY To Answer QuestionsInsurance
peace all: ulro' Pun 3ID.6 t&still trying to
rtaicta tur pna -nf Inn member; b> specialists from the
CRAWFORD aav-wtred all m>quesliunaxdtheGUARDLA.tiPLAN 'the: end of June Fla. Dept. of Insurance will be herein
prerrrangedfunedpin.lie WM sympathetic.undemanding Starke on March 28 to help consumers
and never pushy: Afur be kfL realized that (*J ta-t.25,The Post will be cont with. their insurance problems
tut he naJb brought me was of mind.Learn acre: Plant] from 16 peace .
TriangleNursery' Rotated
expert nn Sin North approximate)} Specialists will be on hand from

v.ill] be on hand Call for tbe/1'booklet.Caring today' .HEU..... >..pam.. _the"_ctti...n.'Irmtt... M_on....the.- ..left...., 10-12 noon at the Courthouse. Thereis
no charge.The public is encouraged -
Saturday March 25 from 10 a.m. CaD ISOO922n64W 'the t3e please contact David to attend. Anyone experiencing
Barter !1II+S71ffi Joe Daniel
or an! insurance problem should bringhis
nowfc the euMDiMi PLAN pxtgnm
til 2 p.rn. to answer all your !W-4-EilQ iiir nitre jninroiaticmAsjtoe or her insurance policy and other
Archie Tanner Funeral Home stave v'iD wishes U climate trtxjes relevant documents with them to
questions concerning planting fur the sidle can contact one of renew with an insurance specialist.
and caring for your garden! ttJe &bcn number and we can ar- For more information, call the
GU4RDLANPIZN rasig.e fe Lave. the posi open iardem'er Jacksonville Service Office at
or .* Will pick up at your (iK14)1359-6146.
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14 Lovely Ladies Compete for 1989 Strawberry Queen Crown I

at Alachua General spot as Miss Junior World. An- :!:Jeeley of Lawtey and Is a Junior
pageant. Emily has been activein daughter of Sheila and Sam work after graduation. gel Is a member of the Spanish it BUS.Apryl Is the president of
teaching Pop Bassett of Starke and Is a Juniorat Hospital 1 1 Youth Fellowship group at
cheerleading ler
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of Michael Tew and Barbara Warner cheerleaders here for BHS. and with friends as her on her school's A-B honor roll. 1 1 ler church and a member of the
Petit and was runner-up In the the past four years. She wants to Teresa was chosen as BHS ju- being hobbles. Angel says her ambition Is"Just 1 t-title Women group. Aprylrants
Miss Roane County Pageant. pursue a career in modeling and nior class princess and Is a main Is the to succeed in whatever I do with ," to attend college and
where she attended Spencer lists all types of sports among member of the varsity cheer- Angel Marie of Sheila Ramsey and Edward my life". She lists bowling, tennis 1 I>ecome a school teacher
High School. Emily was on her her hobbles. She is being leading squad. Teresa says she daughter and Is swimming and dancing asher 1 working with handicapped
of Starke a se-
and Christmas
school's Homecoming Court. sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. would like to attend college main hobbles. 4=children: after graduation. SheWINS
I She was also 1st tunper-up; Inriculture Jimmy Gasklns. graduate as a qualified x-ray nior derella at BUS.Dream Angel Girl was pageant a Cin- Apryl Dawn Seeley Is the .:See.... '
, ... I-.iui'1t C1JMsli.!.. lA\@a: Teresa Kathleen jr" Bassett\, .Is,the technician. She'V.PA would HIOi. .. like toy winner and won 1.anaJiernaiea l dal g t.l ALGeorge_and Brend tet; "",:berry a ae 88
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lists swimming as her main swimming. Pam is being Tonya says her ambition Is to
hobby. sponsored by the Western Steer attend college and graduatewith lid
Family Steakhouse. a degree in chemical engi-
Lori Lynn Mnnn Is the daughterof Holly Anne Hawkins is the neering. Tonya's hobbles Include
Louis and Gloria Mann of daughter of Virginia Hawkins of school, racquetball and
Starke and Is a junior at HI IS. Starke and is a sophomore at horseback riding. } M KTonyaKlein
Lori Is a member of the Key Club BUS. She Is a member of the Renee Elizabeth Hewett is the
and the French Club In school school's Drama Club and Is very daughter of Mrs. Linda Hewett of
and was the French Club active In church activities. Holly Starke and Is a senior at BUS.
Sweetheart In last year's home- lists her ambitions as striving to Renee Is a member of the BHS .t
coming parade. Lori wants to be a successful actress or to enter homecoming court, is listed In
attend college and become a the business world. Holly Is a senior superlatives Is a four-
successful lawyer after gradua- former talent show winner at year member of the band and
tion. Lori says she enjoys her church and Is being spon- was named Band Sweetheart. Is
working with small children and sored by B&S Motors. a member of the majorette team
also likes to cook but says trav- Christy Diane Cault Is the and a member of the Spanish
eling Is her main hobby. Lori is daughter of W.E and Dlann Club. Renee's ambition Is to
being sponsored by Job Serviceof Gault of Lawtey and is a Junior at enter the field of elementary education -
Florida (Starke office). 131 IS. Christy is a member of the after college. She lists
Pamela Kay Clark is the BHS varsity cheerleadlng squad twirling, being with friends and ;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving the French Club the Little playing the piano as her hob- "
Clark of Starke. Pam is a Women Club and is director of V
sophomore at SFCC and was the Children's Church at her bies.The Strawberry Pageant -- !k.. --- -
first runner-up In the 1987 church. Christy says her Coordinator this year Is Cathy Renee Hewetto
Strawberry Queen Pageant. Pam ambition is to own her own Wooley who says advance
was a member of the student business one day and lists tickets for the pageant will be
council at school and was a Junior hunting, singing skating and on sale soon and added that
varsity and varsity cheer- horseback riding as her those who buy tickets early will
leader at BUS. She was a mem- hobbles. save up to a 15-mlnute wait at
ber of the school's homecomingcourt Tonya Mlcha Klein Is the the door on the night of this
in 1987 and was a partici- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael popular event.
pant in SFCC's 1988 Touring Klein of Starke and Is a senior at Tickets will be on sale at the
Theater group. Pam says her BHS. Tonya Is a member of the following Starke businesses:
present ambition is to receive a National Honor Society where Mitchell's Drugs Denmark
degree in Business and to pur- she serves as secretary. She Furniture or the new Williams
sue a career in fashion mer- won the PRIDE award in Science Jewelry next to Wal-Mart, or at ffV'i I jO-l
chandising. Her hobbles are during a recent competition and Terwlllegar Ford.Complete .

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NOTICE YARD SALESEAST PERSONALS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Cecella Terwlllegar We Have All .e Time

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- MORGAN ROAD Saturday. A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: -. -- .....HOMES....
milled to the Bradford County 8.30-12.30.: : Clothes all tlies. 964.6713. Australian European ScandinavianHigh APPRAISED $40,000 STEAL AT $32.5001 :I BR. 1 Bo, beautiful wooden floors /,
Telegraph office' In writing and paid In Itchg 3/23 school Exchange Studentt arriving SPACE: 500 sq. ft. for rent on acre, Hwy 229 North of Kallord on Fleming Rd.
Hwy 301, Stark. Apply at Durronc.
advance unless credit FRIDAY & 32425. 9.2:30 In August. Become a host family for CLEAN. CLEAN wood
i i. already SATURDAY : Pump & Supply 9647061. B/25TF 1664 S.F. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space CHAA
established with this office. p.m. 1190 Old lowtey Road. Itpd 3/23 American Intercultural Student Ex 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE! Hwy 301 South healer built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acre, lots of trees,
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bf. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL- change. Call 1-800-SIBLING, fcan across from Wai Mart/KOA. $350 garden spol. Hwy. 16W. $ 80.000
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ED new and used, all makes and BORROW ON YOUR HOME Even If month. 964-8848. eves 473-3627 BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE 60' on water 1055' deep with on elegant 2336 s.f.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER models $15. James Strickland. bankrupted. For Bill, Consolidation 12/8TF brick. 2 story home built In 1 985. 4 BR, 3 Bo. Only $220,000
THE TELEPHONE. 964-8733 Hwy. 233 & 16 (Morgan Rd.). Home Improvements. Refinance 1 Hr. 214 WATER Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNERS! small mobile STREET 2 BR, 2Ba nice fenced yard. Sep. garage,
Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, 3/23TF Approval. Toll Free 18004563350. No home park on Griffis Loop (Rd. 100-A). priced! $ 25,000
prior to Thursday publication. SATURDAY until yard sale and car out of pocket expenses, Stolewido. Four lots with three mobile homes and 408 MELTON TERRACE) A GREAT first home. 3 BR, 1'Ba, CB, n.wcarp.t, new
Classified display deadline I I. TUESDAY. wash. $2 per car 1001 Pratt St. Itchg Broker needed fcan room for more. Rantal Income $700 vinyl. Hotpoint range. Magic Chef refrig ceiling Ions chain link fence,
5.00 P.M. Special Classilied display 3/23 NICE SINGLES. with Christian" values monthly. Call alter 6pm. 964 8970 or storage shed. 45.000
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placement is NOT Guaranteed. HIGHWAY U WEST Green Acres Subdivision ages 18 80. Free magazine. Send your 964.4430 or 964 8705. 2/16TF KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd:, CB, 3 BR/lBa, carpet cent heat window
Minimum charge for clasiilied ads Is ; lots of clothes, and misc. age and Interests. Singles Dept. FWC. BUILDING FOR LEASE BY OWNER ideal
: air. stove, refrig. DW. 2 ceilIng fans, fenced back yard nice lot $ 38,000
15 words for $3.50 then 15 Items. Everything must got Follow P.O. Box 454 Crossvillo. Tn. 38557.
cents for for offices or retail. Formerly gift, shop. REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CT. 2 BR. 1 Ba. from., fencedyard $ 16.000
each word be added thereafter to each$1 billing chargewill SATURDAY signs. Itchg 10-5 3/23 p.m. lots of furniture, LOSTFOUNDFOUND 1680 s f. 504 W. Call St., Call 964.8738. HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 Bo, CHSA 1539 s.I., 1.7 ocr.. $ 45,000

classified ad. CHARGED clothes misc. Items. 63rd Circle, -- .-. 3tpd 3/9.23 PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR, !'/. ba. brick CH&A, 100x109 lot $ 40,000
Keystone Hts. Call for directions, N.W. eSth AVENUE 3 BR, 1 bo, 5 acres $ 75.000 ,
473.0518. Itchg 3/23 BIRTH CERTIFICATE of Dorothy FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235 15 minutes from Stark., 3
R.V.s CAMPERS. FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9 til on 100 WestIn Grace Lamb. Come by the Bradford BR/lBo 70-yr-old home, CHAA 6 stall barn pole barn. tool shed utility
TRAVEL TRAILERS front of bakery. Maternity clothes, County Telegraph to claim at 135 W. building training track REDUCED! $140.000
dishes, household items, boys girls. Call St.. Stark. 3/16.23 GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA! 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR. 3 full baths & two
men & womens shirts, blouses and V baths 100' an lake Geneva, 2'/i acres with sprinkler system sunbathing
FT. TRAVEL
21 TRAILER
: 1974 Holiday decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
dungarees 2 TV tables and much
Rambler, air & heat, sell-contained ; ; MATHEWS REALTY
more. Itchg 3/23 ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today I
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everything works. Good (
condition. BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKE! 90' on water by 360' doep. Tastefully decorated 3
$2500 firm. 964 8970 alter
3/23-4/13 6 p.m. 4tio hM'sd @: '=' 964-4469 [H BR long. 1 dock'I. ba home. Also newly decorated 2 BR, 1 Ba mobile home, pretty$190.000 beach

real REALTOR AFFORDABLE AT $53,000i 1023 E. Call St., 3BR, I '/s bath, CH&A, cable ready
When Boiling estate, why settle for tolling the wholo town
stove, relrlg, 1596 s.f.. approx. '/> acre lot.
when you can tell tho whole world? LUXURY SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY. PRICED RIGHTI Keystone, beautiful

Spanish-style home 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system 4 BR. 2V4 ba. formalLR
MOBILE HOMES lawteyi: 18 acres with 600 It. Hwy. fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio pool. ceiling fans, 2
FmHAIsAn 19S7 Concord 3 BR 2'1.. not *v 125 frontage.tra car garage, new roof zoned Agrl, 2 assum mtg. $135,000
lot with wood frame houso city CIty one acre on Laura St.. room (for KEYSTONE HTSi Spacious quiet country living. 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR, kitDR combo
Equal Opportunity tilitl... several residential. 2000 s.f.. CH&A, city water, 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60,000
Lender -1973N.wMoon 12x60. with approx. City! 1.38 Ac., great office, locutionCity BETHEL CHURCH RD 3 BR. 1 ba. CB. wood floors, 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60.000
fmHA 10 ocr... North of Lawtey. 105th Aw. SR 100: 3.5 acres potential CRYSTAL LAKE! furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water. BR/1 1 Ba. $ 90.000
...-.. -... HOMES commercial development area. HWY.225: 2/1 frame, 3 stall barn, newly rewired 2 Ac. S 32.500
-.....- ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME built by HOMES A ACREAGE KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUBi 3 BR. 1 Ba, 1500 s,f.. wood frame $ 50,000
Hall In 1987. Located In Lake Hampton THERESSA AREA! 1 Acre, 3 BR, 2 BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from, Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44,000
MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres 3/1 CB CHSA so near $ 40,000
Oaks. Shown by appointment. Bath 1564 i f. home. 55000.
Farm HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba, CH&A, screened patio with BBQ grill.
Property ,It.
Two BR, I BA nice lot, $13.000 Union Cty 135 acres, 2700 sq '
Also 3 BR MH, /. ba on 3 acres.
Southgatet, Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home.
THESE PARCELS CAN ONLY BE SOLD TO FAMILY CH&A. BUILDING LOTS APARTMENT FOR KENT. .....COMMERCIALNICE .....
SIZED FARMERS. APPLICANTS MAY BE ELIGIBLE LAND Little Lake Santa Fei 100x160 ft. lot. APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALEi B30 N. Temple Ave.. eight furnishedone
FOR FmHA FINANCING. S.R. 100 Ai Two 6.77 acre porcelu new septic tank approved for well bedroom optt.. fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.

power source to lot. Heating &cooling unit In each apt. Selling price$147,500 with assumable mortgage -
PARCEL #3: See. 8, Twp 10 SRge 17 E, of $111,708 9 1/4% Interest rate. Paved parking lot.

Alachua County, Florida. Newberry area. Bob Mathews. Realtor. Andy Jordan. Associate LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S.. Reduced to $85,000
Approx. 67.5 acres */- Price : $94,500. LOCATION. LOCATION! This prim. commercial location 507 W. Madison St.
441 W. Madison St.. Starke SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building Enterprise Zone $ 60.000

Parcel .4: Sec. II Twp 8 S Rge 21 E. 301 SOUTH 193 ft. 301 frontage $ 85,000
Alachua County Florida. on highway 301 S 301 NORTH approximately ISO'x approx. 220' $125.000
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of Trading Peat Re.t. Waldo FL 79 acre +1- RENTAL ON CALL STREET I 11 I

Prices $189,600 'rEOR, SAXM'. OK" :.DEAS : : After Hours __

Parcel #5, See. 2, Twp 7 S, Rge 19 E, Anne Terwlllegar Nelson. .*. . . . . . 473-7541

Bradford County Florida 55 aorea */-, BY OWNER. Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160

Price; I : 60"SCO.P ." Joy Thornton . . . . . . . . 964-4223
-. ,I" ,W ...... .,j .--- .... ,4J.Acrea'Yi1tb DR, IW.Vw tpFalrbanks-r.- -$16O.OOO Debro Connoughton . . . . . . . 964-2833
.C3FmHA: iAT f.15.709..C..N.W.-* .13Ttf..STREETy Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in I

GAINESVILLE, FL 32606. PHONEI 376-5858 FOR Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & UpI
MORE INFORMATION. APPLICATIONS MUST BE Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn
RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 19, 1989.
Alachua County HERITAGE VILLAS

PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN APPLICANTS ELIGIBLEFOR e Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000
PROGRAM FINANCING. e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton 607 Bradford Court in Starke

Rodman Reservoir .............................................$25.000
e One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up Applications for immediate occupancy are being acceptedon
1 & 2 BR apartments. from $220
e New 2 BR 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000 Monthly payments
plus utilities. Handicapped units also available.
e 200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre are
Rental information and applications available at the
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e Building Lots In Smokerise Subdivision Keystone; $5.000
Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court Starke
C 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .................i.....$22.500
e For Sale or Rent... Mobile Home 2 BR w/Bath on Call 964-6216 Equal
2AcresGraham @ Housing

e Two 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road, $6,500 Each Mon.-FrI. 9-5:30 p.m. Opportunity

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

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

_._J Furnished FOR RENT ...........................................$500/Mo Classified Ads Get Results!


Susan M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB President CATTLE COMPANY
BRADFORD LAND &
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@r Ronald E. Newman, Sr. ,

EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR 9646881. e Evenings Call 373-9560 \ Acce/erated1ea/Ey,1 .

e Instant Financing e No Points e Reasonable Interest Rates e


ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. s, 964-4544

Located Hwy307.2 Weeks! South of C.R. 10022] Lafayette St. .


100 SQ. FT. 2 BR, 2V4 balh, could convert to 3 BR, brick veneer own.r finance i:2i': 301 S. lIB I'
*TWELVE ACRE LOTS: Around large dug pond.has 2 new septic Good Invest- Hwy.
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Starke
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SANTA FE CANAL Lot 160x208.
*APPROX. 5 ACRES country living, nice brick veneer house, price just reduced. liii' Home.1 Lots ./ Acreage / Waterfront
*LOT ON CROSBY I SAMPSON LAKE available. ,
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964-4522 4 II Farms CommercialCHURCH
*4 BUILDING LOTS In city. Evenlnf ; _W ek_nd_*
*:3BR. 2 BATH on one acr.. Only 31000. Stance, Fl. STREET 2BR/1BA Home, CH&A. Stove I Refrl. 1536 SF. Corner |
+:3 I". I'% Ba. brick veneer on 1 beautiful ocre. Reduced to $40,000. Uyd L4 Podge. MSAr. CKA_, Patty K yEIdMM A Lot.
. *.B6 ACRESi Lowt.y area, 14000. : WANT PRIVACY 3BR/1BA Rough Pine A From. Home Porches All ]

*LEASE-PURCHASE offered on this 3 BR, 2 bath, has many extras. Opal Dickson!' lucilItCiSpry Around Loads of Trees 6.16 Ac.
*S ACRES with 4 bedroom from. home $39,500.' : IN THE CITY 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CH&A Stove, RefriS Drapes Swimming .
*COMMERCIAL BUILDING positive cash flow. Additional lot can be sold. Ht .94r.420Sftjlt S Pool. Bldg 16x24 wi Patio. Storage Bldg 12x12. Nice Lot..
*OWNER FINANCING on 'A acre lots In city only 10% down. or receive a discount JUy CW t s REALTOR Uy B: ; 5 *Ug NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story Frame 4BR/2BA, Large Living Room. DinIng .
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for cash! Xis.944225Cc S Family Kitchen S Laund/y\. Rooms. Floor Furnace AC Unit,. 104x210 I
NEW LISTING large family room 2 BR. 1 ba on nice lot. Lot. '
*FOR THE CHOOSY FAMILY I Executive type home 3 BR, 2M bath, pool and bath l S PEACE AND QUIET 3BR/2!4 BA Two-Story Log Home CH&A. Stove Refri S
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house. : t Dishwasher, 3000 SF. Large Enclosed Garage, Well t Septic large Lot.
NOT FANCY r JUSY: HOMEY I Free standing fireplace, den large lot, close to A Few of'Our Many Istings IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/28A CB Home, Large Livlng-DinIng Room Family
echool.. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BlUr Bea'ullfulV high.I dry lot area' finest home, too Room Kitchen has Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook CHSA Garage.
*PRICED TO Still Fixer-Upper In the country on I acre, $35,000. many extra to lists. Call for appointment. W.1I1 Septic 3 Ac.
*WITHIN YOUR MEANS 2 BR mobile.home on 3 nlc. acre*. Assumable mor- *FRAME HOME large bedroom balh large living room, eat-In kitchen. t GOOD BUY 2BR/1BA Frame Home, AC. Space Heater Large Kitchen-
tgage. 28500. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 s.f., CH&A, 5 acres. paved road extra nice. R Dining Area. Large Screened Porch. 112x310 Let $24.000.
*FOR LEASE /coMMERcIAL PROPERTY would make nlc. dice or shop. *DIVELOPER NEEDED 8 acre In Starke, city water 8 sewer available. .; GET AWAY FROM IT ALL 2 BR/1 BA Mobil. Home In Good Condition. Well
*AFFORDABLE COUNTRY lIVING 3 BR home. beautiful lot. *ALMOST MEW BRICK In Country Club 3/2V4, over 1800 s.f., fireplace rang.. a Septic, 9.5 Ac w/Frontage on New River.
*SECLUSION AT ITS FINESTI 3.83 acre with 3 BR frame home. Pecan tree and refr''"., OW, on 1 acre, assumable mortgage.
large pin. BRICK IN STARKEi 3 BR 1 Vi Ba, CHSA. $47,000.' SELECTED PROPERTIES
*KINGSLEY LAKE AREA nlc. shaded lot with doublewld. ond detached garage. *HWY. U WEST Brick 3/24 on 1 ocre. Lot of extras. See thl* one. S If ACRES o Frontage on Forsyth Rood.
*BEAUTIFUL BRICK COLONIAL STYLE HOME only 2 year old many extra, great CONVENIENT TO STARKE OR GAINESVILLE Nice brick ham., ov.r 2200 s.f.. TWO BUILDING LOTS Shady Oaks S/D, Brooker.

location. CIlIA, rang., ref., woodburnlng sieve, on 2.78 acre i ACRES Well Septic and Power Pole.
*MOil FOR YOUR MONEY! Hampton Oak, beautiful 1 Vs acr. lot with spacious *CLOSI TO CECIL FIELD MH 1 Ac,. 2 BR. 14! ba, quiet nelghbhood 23500. I 7 ACRES Well I Septic. 200 Amp Power Pole. Pin. Trees.
home. over 2300 ..!.. Must see I BEAUTIFUL BRICK. 3/2. family room w/f(replace. 1 acre, West 16. '.1 ACRES Power Pole I Well. Owner Financing. Small Down Paym.nt.
*TEN ACRES with custom-mod doublewld. mobile home. Cathedral celling. *24 ACHE FARM that hoB It all-flih pond\;. Improved posture, beautiful oaks I 3.7 Acre Two Story Bldg. w/llvlng Area Upitolrs 6400 SF, Hwy. 301N.
syitem, rang. refr.. DW."DRASTICIREDUCTIONI barns crat..f.ncedt.r In all pastures, :2 mobile homes. 44 ACRES Will Divide. Owner Financing Good Terms Brooker.
Reduced 10000. Beautiful brick. home In DeorwoodD. HIGH TRAFFIC Jones Craft & Gift Shop: Crafts croft soppllei. and gift, 10 ACRES Will OivId.. Pecan Grove W.III Septic Owner Financing. '
$/ ThIs has the best of _rythlne. CoIl today. .. I *COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy 16 E I Cherry St. 25000. I e ACRES Frontage on Hwy. 100W. City Water I Sewage Available.
*DALI WOOD SUBDIVISION 3 BR 2 Bo brick horn. priced In $ *. *COUNTRY CLUB AREA Building Lot from $6500. Owner financing. 1 ACRES Good Commercial location. Hwy. 16W ,
*INVESTMENT PROPERTY lot of.potential with this 11 ocr. paved with :3 rental 4OVER OO ACRES with 3/4 mil. of highway frontage, excellent huntln,,. 1 ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Home 3500. ,
unit with good income 1 mil. to Country Club, 2 mil. to Stark. Only $1500 per acr. f ACRES Hwy. 301 South. '
*$3.1001OT IN TOWN. 1 J ACRES HIGH DRY pecan tree*, wall' 4 eepllc, $29,000 (Free M-H.J ONE-HALF ACRI Zoned for Mobil. Ho..... $3.000.
*OVIR 4,000 SQ. FT. 3 level I horn on Crystal Lak.. (ocunl l room, 2 fireplace, *COUNTRY CLUB Brick, over 190O..f.. formal living & dining room, LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft. on Water.
only 139300. family room rec room or extra bedroom 2Vi bath LAKE LOTS Crosby & Sampson Owner Financing.
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100x300 loV
*O.OSITO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.i I LARGE AREA OP LAND Northeast Section of City.
+IN STAtXEi :3/1 frame good condition, 22500.
Call One ol Our Professionally *37 ACRES of excellent land, many fruit free Fleetwood doublewld. IF.YOUR MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE O* THINGS RELATEDMAKE
WOULD YOU BIUEVII 65 pius acre for only $1500 per OCT.. Fronts. hwy. YOU NEXTSTOPATACCELERA TED
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Hour Call Thete Realtor Aisoclatet: *LAKE LOTS ,*HOMES ''.i 'ACREAGE Wayne' Douglas.ts4-eStl, BIIIOiMmt p644444 ,
ttrrne L Faulkner .964-5142 BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL !PROPERTIES .L BIll Dodd .*...7401 Nest.Word t44-744

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\ CARS. TRUCKS VANS FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES MISCELLANEOUSNEED ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE

CASH FAST We cash for furniture
174 CORVETTE with T-top.. rebuilt 350 DESPERATEI -11 X 70, 3 BR/I BA mobile pay
MOBILE HOME LOTS with 5 TO
city water roof. jewelry glassware tools, 30 ACRES with large concrete TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
engine, automatIC Irani., AC, PS, PB, horn set with lot. Shingle
cable TV. 964-7491. 1/12TF up barns.
PW sewer oiler. Will tell household Items 8 just about anything.Give Also new doublewide on I acre fireplace. Vaulted llvlngroom telling,
Make
964 Recently pointed $6500 neg. FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with city near Keyttone. 473-2730 us a call at 473-2183 or cnme by or larger In country Call 4963939. walk-In linen room, laundry room car
5812. TFceM ., cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bath. mobil. home porole. 454.1595
water ewer alter 5. Tuesday-Saturday 105. Pock Rat Hwy days. evenings tfn/cho. port. Brand new above ground swimming
7 JEEP CHEROKEE auto loaded, no weekendi/388-1850 weekday
4-748.. 1/12TF 100. Keystone Heights. Stcho 3/9.30 with wooden deck. Also,
pool huge
power window. or teats, blue, 4 door, TWO BEDROOM 1 both mobil. home, 4tchg 3/16.4/6 mobile home DAVIS TIMBER CO. Wants to buy FOR SALE screened-ln cookout area with kitchen
10000. clean, RIDGE ESTATES DW
Very good shape HIGH
unfurnished. $100 month. $150 limber. Pine Hardwood. Coll blocks
security lot. Vi mile off SRI00. or and bathroom. On 3 acres 2
under alter
warranty 964.4759 6 p.m. deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Colioft.r on large corner 4733148. 3tpd 3/23.4/6
from school. 71500. Weekdays
3tchg 3/9.23 475.2797 or 475-3213.. By appointment.4tpd 1.2 and S acre lots far homes or mobile
6 964-8970. 964 4430. weekends
p.m. and
!'"& OLDSMOBILE CALAIS: 2 door. 323.416DOU8LEWIDE homes In Ralford owner financing with 496-3939 evenings
964 8614 or 964.5768. 3tpd 3/9.23 964-8705. 216TFAPARTMENT ON 1 ACRE near Storke. CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS mall down payment. Call 4311714.' 496.3607. tfn/chg. 1/26
FOR RENT 1 BR, 1 Ba heat& BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
1971 3/23 DODGE DART $300. 964-5135. 2tpd air, WW carpet kitchen, water, $306 mo. 9649172. llchg 3/23 under 1971 CHEVY IMPALA Station wagon, 3/24 chotfn. bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swimming
priced
sewage, garbage furnished. $200 mo., THREE SINGLEWIDES pool and satellite. Large oaks
condition 8
good tires. $1400.
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT 6408. Itchg
SEIZED 964
fast ole.
for
$100 dep. Available 3/15. Call $6,000 HELP WANTED $119,500. 'Two additional acres
4753005. 3/23
VEHICLES 'from Itchg
$100. Fords, Mercedes, 468.1857.3/2TF 3/23 available. Call 496-3939 days and
Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus Buyers HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent 1985 14.70 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 Ba 454.1595, evenings, tfn/chg. 2/2
Guide 1 1.602-838.8885. Ext. A 3493. good condition. $162 mo. FOR SALE GROUNDS KEEPER Must be versatileand
Close to prison. Call 468 1323.3'91F very GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U
3tpd 3/16.30 329 CENTER STREET one BR apartment in 964 9172. Itchg 323YARD knowledgeable of horticulture. repair). Delinquent. tax property.
1988 CHEVY SPECTRUM: Great condition duplex Adults only. $200 mo, $100 1987 STIHL CHAIN SAW 16" bar used General outdoor work part time 20 Repossessions. Call ((1)) 800-417-eOOO
must .ell Immediately. $200 security. 4681115. 4tpd 3/16.4/6 SALES very little, $200; box blade for small hours per week. Apply to Ramadan Ext. GH-113i for current repo list.3/10
down take over payments; OBO. Call PINEHAVEN: 3 BR, lbo, fenced back, tractor $135; drag $35; lawn mower Hand Institute Lake Butler Hospital, Btpd. 4/27
9644863. 2tpd 3/16.23 FRIDAY SATURDAY March 24 A 25. $40. 473-4897. 3/23 850 East Main Street Lake Butler FL
year 'lease. $265 mo. Sell $5.000 down. Itchg 2,000 sq.. ft. all cypress modern country
176 BUICK REGAL 2 door. PS. power 473.3014. Itchg 3/23 Baby crib clothes, linens, tools etc. PALAMINO MARE 5 years old. Experienced 496-2323 EOE. 3/2 tlnchg. home loft bedrooms exposed beams,
windows 8 locks, AM/FM radio, heat 8 ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APT no Duck Pond Lane off 315C I mile east rider only. $600. 4733486. Easy Work I Excellent Payl! Assemble In the middle of 65 acres Pasture and

vent, tilt steering wheel, silver & pets, adults only $65 per week of Hwy 21. Itpd 3/23 Itchg 3/23 products at home. Call for Information. timberland, stocked fish pond, 30 x 80
burgundy $600. Call 964-7130.. Itpd 964.8498. Itpd 3/23 FRIDAY MARCH 2off Swan lake EASTER PUPPIES 6 week old part German 504.641.8003 Ext. 8401. 3/24. l.tchg. equipment building, much more. Days

3/23 MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY! completely area, SR26. Look for signs. Rain Shepherd puppies $10 each. 496.2721, evenings and Sundays
CADILLAC COUP DE VILLE: 1984, 2 door newly remodeled, furnished, 2 BR, cancels. Itchg 3/23 4730431. Itpd 3/23 BOATS 4311299. $139,500.00. 3/16. 4tchg.
beautiful car. $5500. Owner financing.Also 60x12. nice yard. $245 per mo. plus PORCH SALE Friday. Slut. 26" man's USED ICE MAKER 200 lb. Scottiman
1977 Cadillac Coup De Ville. runs deposit 1 child maximum. 964.6714. bike, 20 woman's bike, small sofa water cooled $350; used Sears 1981 Aluminum Bass Boatw/35 hp. Force DOUBLEWIDE ON I ACRE near Starke.
good $2250. Call 4681084. 2tpd 2tpd 3/23.30 bed lots of odds and ends. 6421 Bow. refrigerator, new compressor side, by Motor 24 lb. Thrust Trailer Motor, 2 $306 mo. 9646408. Itchg 3/23
3/23.30 THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent doln Ave. Hlghridge Estates. Itpd 3/23 side, Ice maker $295; used Seurs live wells, take over payments. Coll 19(9 REPO DOUBIEWIDE: bank says
WANTED TO TRADE: Pinto ports cor for 964.8614 or 9645768. 4tpd 3/23 4'13 MULTIFAMILY GARAGE SALE 445 SW refrigerator side by side, 2 year old 4962009. 3/24.2tpd. 3/31 make up back payments and assume
Dodge parts car. Sale mahogany table TWO BEDROOM unfurnished apartment Nightengale St. March 25 only 92. compressor, $150; used refrigerator note. Call for details 1-964-64O8 Itrhn

and chairs. 964.6809. Itpd 3/23 no children or pets $200 mo., lease. Itchg 3/23 for garage or club house, $65. NOTICEC'a..lfl.d 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE living room and
CLASSIC LOVERS! 1957 Chevy all 964-8404. 3tchg 3/23-4/6 BIG YARD SALE Frl. 8 Sot., 24th 8 25th. 4751820. Itpd 3/23 separate den with fireplace. Excellent

original mint condition 52,000 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME on large Tools, lurniture. 6820 Deer Springs Rd. deadline condition. 9649172. Itchg 3/23
Is MONDAY, 5
original miles.3/23$3500. 473.1170 alter 5 private lot. 2 miles East of STarke. $200 Itpd 323SATURDAYS lots of furniture HELP WANTED P.M., prior to Thursday publication
p.m. Itchg 10.5
mo plus sec dep. 964 6479. llchg 3'23 p.m 63rd Circle, Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50,
185 DODGE MAXI-VAN: partial custom EXTRA CLEAN 3 BR, 1'/, bath mobile clothes, misc. Items. PART-TIME NURSES AIDE Call for appointment ,
then IS cents for each word thereafter.MISCELLANEOUS
318 AM/FM, PB, PS automatic, Call for directions
air. home. CHSA on '/, acre lot. completely Keystone Hts 4732881. McRoe Retire FOR RENT
less than loan value. 9643696. Itpd furnished. 473.0518. Itchy 323LAND 3/16.23
No pets. $265 month plus ment. 2tchg
3/23 $100 security. 964.7554.2tchg 3/23.30 PATRICK'S PUB Saturday day manager
MINI ,
STORAGE 5x5, $15; 5x10 $20;
178 DODGE VAN PARTS: wrecked
CLEAN APARTMENT: 2 bedrooms, stove, SALES wanted. Bar 8 package experience 10x10 $30 month plus $20
lower front--windowi doors, motor relrlg., no pets. $60 weekly. Deposit preferred but will train right person. Larry's Salvage Surplus and many other deposit. Call per 496-3939 or 4623068.
and diff. OK.
Irony Keys mags 9646232. Itchg 3/23 e LOTS OF LAND (approximately 2% 413.9718.2tchg 3/23.30 Items, 50 East Main Street. Lake Butler, tfnchg. 12/22
964 3696. 3/23
EQUIPMENT Itpd TRAILER 16 f ft. bed 12" side EFFICIENCY APARTMENT In Lawtey, $150 acres) facing Deer Springs Lake 300' Florida, Now open 9.00 a.m. 6'00 MOBILE HOME LOT, 1 acre shaded lot,
rails, tandem, : $900.964.3696.Itpd plus electric and security Water paid. deep well, septic "" pole, HOMES FOR SALE p.m., Monday Saturday Harold 8 ready for mobile home hookup near
3/23|just painted 7823949. Itchg 3/23 with or without 2 BR singe wide MH. Ails 3/24.4tod. 413.CARSTRUCKS Worthington. Call 496-2185 after 6:00:

will STATE EMPLOYEES: need home close to 4734007days4737901evenings.Itchg LAKE GENEVA 3 BR/2 BA brick US steel p.m. tfnchg.OFFICE .
1957 DODGE CORONET: 2 door, AT
work? We have clean mobile 1 3/23
run, needs work. $1500. 964-8U61. your home. Attached garage. Lakeside SPACE 150 W. Main Street,
32330ORIGINAL'53 homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF screened porch/patio. Fenced yard. $100.00 month. Call 4962261.
2tchg FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Beautiful landscaping.
CHEVY'V, ton truck 6 c/l., MAGNOLIA NOTICE Newly redecorated. 1978 Olds.Delta 84' Loaded, good condition
paid. From $37.50 weekly 130000. 4733848. 2tpd
3 5 windows, $1000. 1000. Co2655.; .
speed runs good. HOTEL. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. Tuesday 3/16-23
964 8861. 2tct.g 3/23.30 CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC prior to Thursday publication.
'66 MUSTANG: 289 AT. runs, needs reasonable Minimum Is 15 words
xlras' rents. PINES charge for$3.50 RENTALSON
work. $1000. 964.8861.2tchg 3/23.30 496.2366, SR 121, lake Butler 7/14TF then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
71 CHEVY NOVA: 307 V6. 4 dr. looks Let
LAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking applications Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, studio
and runs good. $675. 9648616. Itchg for 1 S 2 bedroom apart. Keystone Hts.. FL 32656 LAKE GENEVA Efficiency 8 dock PHYSICAL
3/23 apartment furnished laundry THERAPY OF STARKE
ments. CH&A. fully equipped kitchen
facilities utilities furnished. $275
1987 NISSAN SENTRA: $5500 OBO air. mo
drapes 7823531. New management teach how to fit
low mileage. 468.2372 after 7 p.m. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES $275 deposit. 413.2919.3/2 tfnchgON you get
3/23 Equal Housing Opportunity 9/1STF LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR, 1
Itchg TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT: chi'dren'! INDIVIDUALIZED
dinette, kitchen
BA living
large room
1979 CHEVY 3/4 TON 44: AT, good con
and elderly welcome. One pet allowed
overhead fans air condi
dition.$1 BOO.964.8933 after 4 FITNESS PROGRAM
p.m.llpd equIPrd.:
will consider HUD Section 8
3/23 ; applicants. SCREEN PRINTING BUSINESS for sale. 8 dock facilities. $350
Best to call 964-8601 before 10 All supplies and equipment needed to ma, $350 deposit. 473.2919.3/2 tfnchg $
1986 FORD RANGER V6, 5 speed AC. a.m. or after 7 p.m. 3/2TF print shirts, cops, jackets and COMMERCIAL SPACE available In 0r A 35 per month I
Ready for
AM/FM/Cassette, like new uniforms. 473.2915.2tchg 3/9.23 Keystone Height 2 locations: 700 sq. .
road. $4895. Call 964.9000 or ft.8 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility -r *""
18004485337. Itchg 3/23 ANIMALS & PETS In both locations 473-3193 leave v" For Info Call 9643778or

1985 MERCURY COUGAR: V6,AT. PB PS, FOR SALE SERVICESSEWING message. 3/2 tfnchg come by 450 W. Madison St.
tilt cruise 1 own.extra clean. $4995. GENEVA LAKE ESTATES 3 BR/2 BA
18004485337. Itchg 3/23 MACHINES CLEANED-oiled andodust
964.9000 or house detached Rent by
CHANNEL CATFISH 3.5 Inches, $ISO per garage.
tension In home.
| Special
your month or lease. 4752306. 2tchg
thousand, delivered. Jim's Catfish $12.95. Repair all brands. Work

REAL ESTATE.PULPEAREA. Farm, Lawtey, 782.3558.4tchg 3/2.23 guaranteed 4737862. 3/2 tfnchg LAKE 3/23.30 FRONT COTTAGE with large ,,{ rt FOB SAIi .ht.t .t4cg: c?, ,
MALE HIMMIE Seal ptFemale Hlmmie, WILL COMPANION SIT In homearfyllme. :
... nihlff* cream.p.|. 964-3099 after 6 ..m. your ,.. Florida room; 'separate'garage; veryn! '
__ 2tchg 3/16-23 SEPTIC TANKS 659.2055 PUMPED.4tchg and 3/9-30 drain lines t "'jjtlvot 9046592779.:-"$225"mb.4tchg 3/23-4/13. "'OO''i-urlty.n: itct"l jiD1 t (f; p f i l lit ,..",

EASTER PUPPIES FOR SALE AKC toy r.layed. Prices reasonable. Bradford :::! .
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: Woodedlots Large or Small Loads of Llmerock
river $5450 Each. Nomoney apricot r.d poodles $200. 964.2456. Septic Tank Service Starke. 964-8121, ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT especially '
access
down, $65.41 monthly. Owner 2tchg 3/16.23 4tchg 3/9.30 designed for handicapped. Equal opportunity Tractor Work Backhoe '. 'Bulldozer: "
1.236.4579 16222438. 1/7TF SHOW PIGS: Yorkshire and Hampster. OLE MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine housing. Call 473.3682.2tchg I
or $35 each. Quarterhorse and tack. Coll and Rhonda. 473-0042 or 473-3289, 3/23.30 '
964.8454 or 964.3418. Itchg 3/23 4tchg 3930DRIVEWAYS PERSONAL 964-6182 964-582 964.- 09$
BOATS FREE KITTENS: to good home. Porte Asphalt or concrete. Fr.. <
Slam.... 9646328. Itchg 3/23 estimates. Call Steve 473.0042.4tchg
FREE DOG TO GOOD HOME yard dog 3/9.30 I, RANDALL S. BYRD-will not be responsible -
EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS: New Evlnru.Je and watch dog. 9643398. Itpd 3/23 SPRING TIME IS NEAR Will do your for any debts or checks written by
outboard and trolling motors, In box, house cleaning. Have relerences. Call Gail L. Byrd, both of 7234 Oak Hill LRKE BUTLER HPflRTmEIlTS
1988 1989 models. Dealer Invoice Granny, 901.659.2150.4tpd 3/9.30 Road. Keystone Heights, 32656. 2tchg
100% financing available. G B M Sales HOUSE CLEANING In Keystone Heightsor 31623NO Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units. These all-
1-800-544-2850 days 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CST. Classified Ads Grondin area. 6592867. 3tchg "ASSURANCE OF SALVATION"How electric units are spacious with lots of choset space and all have
Icon 316.30RADIATOR con a person know his salvation experience wall-to-wall carpet drapes and kitchen appliances. On-site laundry
was real that It "worked"? facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants.For .
Get Results! Well he can't. Accepting Jesus has

II. I nothing to do with turning a spiritually
0111' dead soul Into a soul alive. For more application and Information
Information on Catholic Beliefs Con Please see us at 13
tact: Catholic Answers P.O. Box 1005 SW 6th Street

17181. San Diego Calif 92117. Itpd Lake Butler.FL 32054 stew Hwnln<
AFFORDABLE! 3/23 or Cal 496-3141 .O"'vnll,
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Low Income Bert Place In Town To Take A Leakl! 964-8848
Garages MINIMUM DOWN: Sl.SOO
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964-68 1O Greenhouses
Rents 30% Corner 301&6R16APPLIANCE
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refrigerator carpet, central heat & air.;patio I
and laundry. Free water sewer garbage.: Rent R. V. DURRANCE
$185 $220 minimum.Two complete,
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Starke HOMES HELP WANTED- --- PERSONAL SERVICESWANT -
I
Area Ads : FOR SALE
CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE: Life of TO DRINK.THAT'S ,

COUNTRY FRESH 3/2, brick (pi, 2 car Georgia has full portfolio of products. WANT YOUR TO eUSINESSI STOP'THAT'SOURSI

garage, plus 960 .... brick building Experience helpful, not necessary. I
FOR SALE w/olr. heat A carpet, large landscaped Over 21. large agency available In
FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES lot. Very nice. Starke area We will train For Interview Alcoholics' Anonymous
-- RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964.8878 3723686. Itchg 3/23 4-4150 or 941614pd
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A, Iowa. MANY ITEMS 5,000 wall generator FOR SALE BEST BUY 3/1 frame, central A/H near VARIOUS OPENINGS at Bradford Fur thru 3/30
$14.99 per month. Call 964 6946 storm doors 32", shelving, 19 hp lawn $26,000.RALPH niture. Apply at Hwy. 301 North. 1.4 CHAIN LINK FENCE installed Free
3/2 MOBILE HOME
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum. mower (no deck), work bunches, electronic enclosed with 1 addition. CHSA, BRYAN REALTY 964.BB7B p.m. only. No phone calls please. 2tchg estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.Owner .,
patio on plu. acrei, close to Reddish. 964 8559 TF
measures 24x36" $.50 och. Great for parts 318 Dodge block, porting town. $29,000.RALPH HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER 3BR I'/, 3/23-30 Tommy
patching i and repairs TELEGRAPH. 135 out '78 Dodge van, 2 utility trailers BRYAN bath, brick front, CHSA, den on one EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAVI Assemble BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour
W. Call St. 964.6305. If wood veneer, door locks, large desk ItB6 FLEETWOOD MOBILE REALTY 964.8878 acre $39,900. 964.4990.itpd 3/23 products at home. Call for Informa 7823306. If no answer 782.3954, leave

CHICKEN BARN FOR SALE Call 964.5011, with secretory extension weedwacker 2 BR,. 2 buthi, with HOME 14x60 THREE BEDROOM HOUSE on '/, acre on tion. S04-64I-B003 ext. 9579. 2tpd name and number. 8/2STF
screened front and
ask for Mr.. Phillips for appl. 4tchg lights (many kinds). Other back 1.15 Griff loop, front& back porch stove, 3/23-30 WELL DRILLING, PUMPS t SERVICE Dur
porches on acres, landscaped
39.30LIQUIDATION stuff. 2% miles South of Starke on 301, metal large refrigerator dishwasher" Included, NOW HIRING all positions, oil shifts. ronce Pump Supply Co.. Water
for supermarket across from 301 Qulk Stop. 964.3696. yard tool shed, located carpet throughout. Beautiful lot. Reliable hard workers. Apply In personat Systems Specialists 864 N. Temple
on SR 221 SW of Hampton. 23000. Hogan's Heroes. Wal-Mart Ave., US 301, Starke, Fl 32091. 9/8TF
restaurant bakery equipment. All Itpd 3/23 468.1980 after 5 964-5069, ask for Susan. Faulkner Real Plaza
2tpd 3/16-23
Items must be Bold Immediately. All MORE ITEMS 20' utility trailer storage p.m. ty. 4tchg 3/23-4/13 Starke. on MONDAY 3/27 9 a.m.-5 SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day weeklong .
LARGE FOUR BEDROOM 2 both
reasonable offers will be considered box, on 23' dropped axle frame shelving and home under $450/mo. Call, land FOUR BEDROOM 'I'/t hath CB home In p.m. ONLY. Itchg 3/23 term stay. 468.2619. I 11/I1TF
Coll 407-846-7002. Jean 8 drawers built In, tinted windows, details. 19649172. for Starke. 624 S. Epperson St. Itpd 3/23 CHRISTIAN LADY. non-smoker, to live WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES
AMONG AMERICA'S LARGEST I exterior material, almost finished. 2tchg 3/23 with elderly lady In Keystone Heights. 9645606. I/5TF
Dean Farm/Construction Ray Good construction trailer or flea CREDIT A PROBLEM Want a mobile HELP WANTEDNEED Light housekeeping. Must have own TUTORING SERVICES Is your child struggling .

auction! Second and fourth equipment Tuesdays. market. 964-3696. Itpd 3/23 home, we can help 1.9646407. 2tclig car. Room, board small salary. Reply with D's, making C's when they

9 a.m. (Al 907)). Hwy. 84 West Dothan, THREE 3/23 BEDROOM, 2 bath 1984 Fleetwood EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME P.O. Box 6006. Starke, 32091. 2/26TF are capable of making A's? Call
AL 2056923164. Auctions available at WANTEDWANTEDt doublewlde, wood siding shingle roof JOB Sell Avon. For information roll CITY OF STARKE It now taking applications 964.8594 after 12:30 p.m. I/26TF
lean for EXPERIENCED SECRETARY. HOUSEPAINTING) Free estimates
place Romano, 782-3068. 12/29IF
your -----
3.8 with rental lot
acres shod with
EASV VEND CANDY AND NUT NEED EXTRA CASH or a full-time lob? Qualifications-must have graduatedfrom Quality work. References providedupon
PROPERTY RENO AREA slob 3 wells. $27,000 or offer 964.6740.
DISPENSER factory rebuilt $135 EACH. Sell AVON. For Information call an accredited high school, typing request. Call Tom lewis, 964.7527
Itpd 323DOUBLEWIDE
Please write P. O. Drawer Slarke
280 after
Limited quantity. Call 1.800.237.3531.. Fla. 32091. 4/7TF ON 1 ACRE: near Starke Ramona 7823068. 4tchg 3/2-23 ability needs to be fast and accurate, 6pm. 4tchg 3/9.3/30
Icon S306/mo. 9649172. PLOOF TRUCK LINES, INC. has immediate must have expanded knowledge of filing DRYWALLING free estimates Quality
Itpd 3/23
SENIOR FEMALE ADULT: whit., nonsmoker work. References
SEIGLER SPACE HEATER for short-haul A road procedures, personality must be provided upon re
with oil tank share trailer. TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath mobile homo, openings
non-drinker to
$125. Dyol. 4681225. drivers. Must have I verifiable experience excellent and able to get along with quest. Call John Goodman, 964.2942 or
2tchg 3123.30PROM $150 month 1/3 utilities. Su-EI's. 14x56, AC,all electric, skirted with shed yr. 9646989. 4tpd 3/2.23
DRESSES reasonable, assorted 468.2619,3I2TF $7.000 nego. 964.4391. Itchg 3/23 good driving record, good people; Must have a thorough ROOF
styles, colors and slies. Call 964-8510 LAND WANTED REPOSt single and doublewldes, easy past work history. Our drivers overage knowledge of office procedures! ; Must REPAIRS AND PRESSURE
before 5 p.m. or 964.5637 after 5pm. 20-1000 acres approved subdivisions, financing, low down payment. $.23.$.27 per mile and are home on have a working knowledge bookkeeping WASHING Free Estimates.Parks 4tchg Roofing 319.30 964.6341.
Itpd 3/23 weekends. PLOOF TRUCK LINES, ; Must have thorough
waterfront, timber farm, ranch 964-6408. Itchg 3123LAND MATURE LADY
,
pro willing to babysit in my
of word
3/2-30 knowledge
OLDER UPRIGHT PIANO with bench 1.800.232-7233.Stpd processors. Applications
reflnished. Good condition. perties. Immediate cash closings possi HOMEWORK SPARE TIME Paint lovely will be accepted by the Cityof home Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. lo 6 p.m.
$325. Call ble. Write to Terry Clayton Rt. 10, Box FOR SALE Large fenced In yard close to Waldo
473-0482 (Keystone) after 1 2tpd miniature toys, earn $20 set. No experience Starke Personnel Director Merrell
p.m. 319 Lake Brokers Elem. School.
3/23-30 City, Fla. 32055. pro necessary. Amazing recorded Dees, City Hall. 2tchg 3/16-23 468-1974 anytime. TFds
tected. 2lpd 3/23.30 DO YOU NEED A GRANDMA BABYSITTER
OCTAGON COFFEE TABLE, wicker bottom 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. message reveals details. Coll anytime WAITRESSES extra full-time waitresses

OLD, USED BUT RESTORABLE CARS OR ? Any shift We take care of child in
shelf and glass top. Good condi TRUCKS Prefer Owner will finance S2000/Acr.. ((212)) 415 6027, ext. 5338. 2lpd 3/9-23 needed during our upcoming heavy home. Close
pre-1970 Chevys or to Prison Rd. 16.
my
tion. $75. 964.4526. 2tchg 3/23-30 Phone 964-7771 or 9644537. IO/20TF LONG HAUL TRUCKING: Get Into a high season. Apply In person at Buddy's
Mustangs Call 473-7473 and leavemessage 9643803. 3tpd 3/16.30
ATTENTION LADIES 1416'drosses SHORT ON CASH* No Down Payment demand career as an owner/operator Lakefront Restaurant, 463-2060.3/16TF
,
or write P.O. Box 332, lake MENI NEED A HOUSEWIFE without all
slacks, blouses, new. Priced to sell. Fl Land!II I 1 Acre and up. Some with large with northAmerlcan Van Lines. RN/LPN NEEDED full-time positions
Geneva 32660 4lchg 3/2.23 the extra hassle? For cleaning laundry
3.6 oaks UNDERGROUND Operate your own tractor. If don'lhave available, competitive salary, excellent
you
Friday p.m. Saturday 9-5 p.m. Next CASH PAID FOR AMERICAN TOOLS permitting (No occasional' homecooked meal.
door to Mosley Tires, U.S. 301 South Mound) Septic Tanks! I one we offer a tractor purchase benefits. Apply at Bradford
Itpd 323SEVERAL V mechanic or power complete sets RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964.8878 program that is one of the best In Ih.indu.'ry. Hospital, ((904)) 9646000. EOE. 2tchg Reasonable rates. Call 964-9042 from
large or small. Call 964-8175 or write 6-9 p.m. Itchg 3/23
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER No experience necesary.f 3/16.23
ITEMS Canopy waterbed, : in city, no
COMPANION FOR OLDER COUPLE
lake
P.O. Box 332 Geneva, 32660. or
mobile homes. Zoned you need training we will train COSMETOLOGIST Tues thru Saturday
overhead mirror 6 drawer pedestal, 3/16.23 for modular you. alone. References. Call after 6p.m.
$800. Padded bar with 2 stools, $100. 2tchg homes. 5000. Call 964.5764 from 8.5p.m. You must be 21, In good physical condition and evenings by appointment Contact lady.
I 9648728. 3/23-30
NEED ROAD MOTORCYCLE SOOcc 2tpd
: or
and Glenda, 9644151. Itcha 3/23
Suzuki after 5 and weekends have a good driving record.
185 Quad-runner 4 wheeler ; call
condition MECHANICAL WORK and all of
larger, good under $1OOO. Call type
9645251. 3/16TFrw northAmerlcan for a complete information
needs
work. $215, negotiable. Will purchase or trade for 8 sleeper PERSONAL SERVICES welding. Zigger's Ranch next to
LANDI LANDI LAND package. 1-800-348-2147
4737215. Itchg 3/23
fold-down and/or Elem. School. 4682305. 2tpd
Scamper Hampton
camper ask for
SEVERAL ITEMS chest-type 'freezer, $35 Ito 181 acres starting at$1000per acre. operator 97. icon
Folbot 2 person kayak with cash dif RN POSITIONS 2 full-time LAWN SERVICE SPECIAL Free Specllclde 3/23-30
Some with down. Call positions
rum good; twin bed $35; electric stove ference. Call 473.9350, 5:30 a.m. to no today! available. lawn food spray with first cutting. RITE WAY ROOFING CO. Shingles, leaks
$50; cedar wardrobe closet $50. 9:30: p.m. 3tchg 3/16-30 RALPH BRYAN KtMir., ?64 887ft Paid Med/Surg time off experiencepreferred. Phone for price. 9643696. Itpd 3/23 fixed, reroofs, new roofs, mobile
13 ACRES ((5 cl.ared)1) well and program. App
9643720. Itpd 3/23 septic
---- ly to lake Butler Hand HOUSEKEEPING dependable, honest, homes, carpentry. Free estimates
PLYWOOD /," 4 ply CDX $8.14 3/4" several pecan trees, free mobile, Hospital Surgery
; BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES reasonable rates MondaySaturday.Wendy W.T. Turner Starke 9643392.
Center SR 100 121, Lake Butler.
home. Pleasant Grove off Rd. 16
$14.99. Pressure treated 4x8 lattice area 496-2323.3/16TF 964-9198 or Nancy 9643316. 964-2976 9647612. 2tpd 3/23.30
$8.99. Tempered pegboard /4"x4x8 West. Call 964-4522, ask for Patty or SALES POSITION Hughes Mobile Homes 2tchg 3/23-30 Will DO YARD WORK trim hedges and
$8.99. 7 miles South of Starke on 301. .- after 6 p.m. call 964-5669. Outlaw Real lawns. Reasonable Edward
has for mow price.
one opening man or woman. DANNY 4 WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE
4682624. Stephen Smith lumber. 2tchg ty. 4tchg 3/23-4/13 Earn $25k not must. Jones, 782-3479 anytime or 782.3845
1000 WOLFF a
SUNBEDS TONING TABLES, plus experience Free estimates. 9642213. 4tchg
3/23.30 LOT FOR SALE 1 acre 'lot In Big Tree lake after 5 3/23.4/13
COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS 964-6407. Itchq 3/23 3/23-4/13 p.m. 4tpd
PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER all with Lake Smith access. Daytime,
building Save to 50%. Prices 'from $249. Body HOUSECLEANING OR SPRING CLEAN WILL DO CONTRACT OR PERSONAL
coda approved No. 2 or better. 4x4x10 wrap., lamps, lotions.Call today, FREE 9646777. 2tchg 3/23-30 _.. __ ING We even do windows. Call JOBS fill dirt, bush hog landscapingor
$5.95; 4x4x12 $6.90; 2x4x12 $3.19; color catalog, 1.800.835.3826. Icon HOMESFOR WANTED1O 964.8985 or 964-S499. Itpd 3/23 stump grinding. Hove flatbed truck
2x4x16 $446; 2x6x16 625. 7 miles OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe for hauling 7823084. 2tchg 3/23-30
South of Stork on 301. 4682624. store, choose from: Jean/Sportswear SALE HOMES

Stephen Smith lumber. 2tchg 3/23.30 ladles, mens, children/maternity .-

LARGE REFRIGERATOR side by side large sizes petite, FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN-Wllh 3 NEEDINGPAINT
rum, cheap. 624 S. Epperson St. Itchg dancewear/aerobic
bridal, lingerie or Bedroom 2 Bath frame, only $35,000.
3/23: accessories store. Add color analysis.
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964 8878
TRACTOR SUPER A: with mower original Brand
names; Liz Claiborne, PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon
condition, 7823013. Itchg 3/23: HealthTex, Chaus, Lee, St. Michele, 2 acres. Remodeled, new carpel, .4

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used furniture. Buy sell and trade. Call Beverly Hills, Organically Grown, 39500. needed In the Starke r,
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Mary 2/16TF RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964 8878
WE TEACH SKIN CARE price designer, multi-tier pricing discount 3/2 BRICK with family room. CHSA 21/, and surrounding areasto
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products. Dematologisttested. prices unbelievable lor top quality PRICE REDUCTION I On This Beautiful Cut torn-Built Home.
assumable VA, 63900. 2/1 frame
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Mary Kay has a skin care advertise
shoes from our new IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
normally priced $19 to S6O.ev.r Many xtrai.
for Sandra Reddish home In town, $3,000 down andassume
system you. Call today.
250 brands
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VA loan 9644889. 2tchg premium vinyl house
Director Consultant.
Mary Kay to $29,900: Inventory, training, fix- Call Susan M. Faulkner ERA Faulkner Realty Inc.
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Ii\\ Mrs Gladys P. Burney Special Olympics, P.O. Box 82425, Methodist Church of Leland. Tom Nelson WelchTom Card of ThanksThere pressions of love during our recent

: Fairbanks, 99708. Donations will be Dr. Sistrunk attended Universityof loss.To
1t. I Mrs. Gladys Parmenter Burney, used to and uniformsin Fla., he received BS, MS and Doctorate Nelson Welch, 71, of Plant Ci- are not words to thank the our many friends! ho called
,. : 7H, of Starke died March 14 at her Chris's buy equipment in education at MSU. He ty, died March 16. friends and relatives for the kind sent cards,flowers, food visited and
home following an extended Illness. name. taught and coached in Okolona, was Born in flaxen, Az., Mr. Welch words, deeds, flowers and food during for all of your prayers we will be
Born and raised in Bradford County Mrs. Sarah M. McCall Principal in Indianola Jr. liS, resided in Bradford County for the illness and death of my forever grateful.Our .
she was the widow of the late in Salem, Ark., and many years where he was a mother, Gladys P. Burney. most sincere appreciation is
Newn Burney of Starke and Mrs. Sarah Margaret McCall, 85, Quitman Superintendent, MS., was a member of the mechanic. lie moved to Plant City Special thanks to hospice, Archie extended to Doyle Archer, his Family
of and Ruth of Clearwater Starke Dr. Pete and Staff for their never-ending
daughter Uley (formerly a Rotary and the MS Assoc. of School thirty years ago. Tanner Funeral Home, .
Parmenter former pioneer resident), died March 19 at her Administrators and the American Survivors include his wife, Gina Gianas and nurse Cheryl Griffis, the kindness,support and guidance we
residents of Bradford County. She residence following a brief illness. Assoc. of School Administrators. Welch of Plant City; one son, Coleman family, the members of love you all I
was a member of Union Primitive Born Aug. 24, 1903 in Hamilton Survivors include two daughters, Thomas Earl Wririt of Miami; and Union Primitive Baptist Church and The Family of Clarence E. Allen
Baptist Church of Starke. County, Fla., Mrs. McCall moved to Tracey and Elsie Sistrunk both of several nieces and nephews. His Pastor Harry Brooker.
Survivors include her daughter, Clearwater a short time ago from Starke mothers, Marian G. brothers: were the late Homer A. and May. God bo with each of you. Special ThanksTo
Mrs. Ruth Marlene Roberts of Starke. She came to Starke from Sistrunk; of Starkville and Dr. C.D. Welch of Lake Butler. ,.', "I' ;iijiciv-- P. Burney all concernedabout the
Starke; one brother, Henry Jasper in the 1940s. She was a Memorial services were held at DonaldI.
Patricia Sistrunk of MSU; father, tragedy and loss of my sons
Parmenter of Starke; four sisters, member of Madison St. Baptist Haynes Funeral Home in Plant
Dr. Walter E. Sistrunk of MSU; City Martin. My deepest) thanks for
and Edna Card Of ThanksOur
Mrs. Ola Mea Rowe
Church, the Bradford Chapter of the with Rev. R.L. Polk officiating.
help.
Barley both of Starke, Mrs. Evelyn Order of Eastern Star and a retired Sistrunk paternal of grandmother Spring Hill, Fla.Ruby; two Burial was at Memorial Park family would like to expressour your Thank you all
Pearl
and Mrs.
Amy of Jacksonville, nurse with Bradford Hospital. sisters, Kathryn Rimer of Moss Cemetery in Plant City. special thanks for the many ex Donald W. Martin
Tx. six grand-
Byrd of Kendale, ;
Survivors include one son, William
Point, Ms., and Brenda Landry of
and three great-
children
A McCall of Clearwater; four Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada; and)
grandchildren.Funeral brothers, Chalmus McLeod of
three brothers Dr. David Sistrunk
services were held Mar. La. John McCleod of
Shreveport, and Carlos and
of Pontoto, Ms.,
16 at Union Primitive Baptist
Lake City, S.C., Charles and Tip
Church with Elder Harry Brooker Walter Sistrunk both of Starkville. LAW OFFICE OF
McLeod both of Atlanta, Ga.; four held March
officiating. Burial was in Lawtey ssisters. Ruby Sullivan of Jasper, Funeral services were LANSING J. ROY
Welch Funeral Home Chapel.
Archie 16 at
under the direction of
Cemetery June Clark of Mae Adams of
Albany
Park with 310 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Tanner Funeral Home of Burial was at Memorial ,
Palatka, and Myrtle Bradley of Rev. Prentiss Gorgon, Jr., of FL 32656
Starke.
Keystone Heights.
Cairo, Ga.; six grandchildren, 15 ficiating.
and several 473-7256
great-grandchildren
C. Boone
Mrs. Yvonne
.
greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral
J. E. WatersMr.
Mrs. Yvonne Crawford Boone, 55, services were held Mar
of Lake Butler (Bradford County 22 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel; with J. E. Waters, 63, of Dundee ANNOUNCING:
side) died March 16 in Shands Rev. Henry McKinney officiating. died Wednesday, March 15 Winter GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW

Teaching Hospital in Gainesville Interment was in Divonia Cemetery Haven Hospital "A Full Service Law Firm"
following an extended illness. in Jasper under the direction of A native of Lake Butler, ht moved
Born March 25, 1933 in Starke Jones Funeral Home.Donald to Dundee 42 years ago. He was a 5 Attorneys and 1 Paralegal
Mrs. Boone was lifelong resident ot retired equipment operator for Imperial

Bradford County, a homemaker and I. Martin Polk County and an Army Divorce & Law. Business Transactions.Trial .
Family
a member of Calvary Baptist veteran of World War II. He was a
Church. Donald lottis Martin, 16,of Starke, member of the First Assembly of Work. Wills & Probate. Social Security Disability.

Survivors include her husband, died March 15 in University Hospitalin God of Dundee. Insurance Law. Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.
Jacksonville from from
injuries
Dewey Charles Boone of Lake Survivors include his wife, hazel
Criminal Law (DUI Felony
accident.
an Workers Compensation.
Butler; three daughters, Bernice S. Waters; his daughter, Martha
Molt 0!Columbia Ky.,Teresa Mengof Born May 11, 1972 in Starke, Mr. Hester and Darlene Thompson, both Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law.
Hampton and Sandra Thomas of Martin was a lifelong resident of of Lake Wales; sisters, Estelle Red State or Federal Court. Zoning Administrative &
Starke. He student Brad-
was a at
Starke; one son Wayne Lambas of ding of Lawtey, Virginia Lamb,Con- Construction Law.
Starke; four brothers, Gerald and ford High School and of the Churchof nie Beck, and Ann Waters, all of Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant.
Kenneth Crawford of Theressa, Christ faith.Survivors Lake Butler, and Faye Adams of Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law.
Ronald Crawford of Ft. Walton include his father, Alachua; and brothers, John of High Non-Profit Religious & Chartlble Organizations.
Beach, and Larry Crawford of Donald Willard Martin of Starke; his Springs, Leamon, Roy and Adoptions.
Gainesville; four sisters Hazel mother, Glenda Jean Adams Martin Waters all of Lake Butler, Lowe
Rhoden of Raiford, Bernice of Starke; one brother, Michael and Joe Waters both of Dundee; and
Jackson, Eloise Jackson and Shane Martin of Starke; paternal two grandchildren.Lane .
Meriam Ferulkner of Starke; and grandparents, Donald J. Martin of Holt Funeral Home of

seven grandchildren.Funeral "Boots" Martinof Dairies City was in charge of ar
services were held March Starke; maternal grandparents, rangements.
19 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Mr. lottis Adams of Gainesville and
Rev. Gene Bass and Rev. Lester Vera Suggs of Okeechobee; paternal
Austin officiating. Interment was in great-grandmother, Esther Martinof

I Dyal Cemetery under the directionof Starke. "
Jones Funerailiome. Graveside funeral services were i.

held March 18 in Kingsley Lake '.JI.. J JTHUH.
Mrs. Annie Cochran Cemetery with Pastor Thomas Craf-
ton officiating. Arrangements were
Mrs. Annie F. Cochran, 67, of Glen handled by Jones Funeral Home.
St. Mary died Sunday afternoon in

Alachua Genral Hospital following a Mrs. Beebee V. PhillipsMrs. .
brief illness.
Born in Springfield, Tenn., Mrs. Beebee Varnes Phillips, 80, x
Cochran lived most of her life in Archer of Lake Butler, died Monday morn
and Lake Butler until moving to ing in the North Fla. Regional

Glen St. Mary in 1980. She was a Hospital following an extended il- MON.
homemaker and member of New lness.
River Baptist Church in Bradford Born in Raiford, Mrs. Phillips liv- .
ed in Miami for many years before
County.
Survivors include her husband, moving back to Lake Butler 20 years MARCH 23-27
Rosa M. ago. She was a homemaker and a
Andrew; three daughters,
Dillon and Cherylene Trimm both of member of Johnstown Baptist

Glen St. Mary, Annette S. O'Steen of Church. Super GAS /
Jacksonville; four sons, Roger D., Survivors Include one brother, We have a _
Richard Varnes of Hilliard; two -
Lee Andrew and James Edward
I Cochran all of Glen St. Mary, and sisters, Lucille Varnes of Hilliard of Fresh '
Sidney John Cochran of Raiford; and Doris Hall of Tucson, Az.; and Selection GRILL -

two brothers, Robert Appleton of several nieces and nephews. Seeds and
and Jack L Appleton Funeral services were held =
Lexington, Ky., Garden ,==_- -
in Johnstown
Baptist ,
of Greenbrier, Tenn.; one Wednesday .
sister, Lois Miller of Wilmore, Ky.; Church with Rev. Roger Worten of- Plants... aooooe7ue Riotd gtml cart with i.aa.aa.awraa wood wd. halvM _--=---=_-'=_
and fourteen grandchildren. i ficiating. Burial was in Sapp Bedding and uwl bottom aholf FuHcontota --
held Tues Cemetery under the direction of Archer with dual and part j
services
Funeral were
day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Come SeeP button igmtof236ftquara ,

Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Michael SistrunkDr. non puYrq v _
Dr.
Harry B. Correll officiating. Burial aitiaChroma tleelgnda
was in Woodlawn Cemetery in Mac- Michael Everett Sistrunk, 41, Eaiy B"C I %
clenny under the direction of Archer of Leland, Mississippi, died Mar. 12 inlet woodnaMM.rObLPpuWw
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. following an automobile accident in 4 Cu.Ft. Poly Gates includM Awembly required -'-
Alabama. Tublar ;
Christopher Edmondson Born in Ocala, Dr. Sistrunk was Wheelbarrow

Edmondson, 18,son of Superintendent of Leland City 3/4"
Christopher 1
Richard and Claudia Edmondson, Schools for the past two years. He 10' Rail 50" Ht. I I I
member of First United Construction
died March 1 in Fairbanks. He was was a Tubular

born Jan. 10, 1971 in Vicksburg, with Ga te -7041280 ,

Miss. Lady Bug Florist
Chris was an outstanding athlete

beginning with his freshman year at 1005 S.Water St. ONLY .
Lathrop High School, where he ,- 9
helped Lathrop win the state cham- Starke, FL 39.88 oalul

pionship in cross-country as a
sophomore and one of the top 1964-4956 AVMopping ,29.88 _
distance runners in the state as a '
-
junior. He excelled in track and I
yresh Specials CharBroilJ
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field, and was a starting guard on SPECTRACIDE1cVe6l Kl r-
the varsity basketball team. Chris for your 'Easier Sunday! wae (
was an excellent student who excelled it .. .i. Iii IVq 70 III ,
in advanced placement classes. Orcfiid'fCantsEasterLifGes PRECISION ....... ., I I .. T reau 5100 eq n ,ores <"" I "

Survivors include his parents, :
Richard and Claudia Edmondson of GARDEN SEEDER $10.98JCOMTBCM.I.15S y

Fairbanks; brother Shawn of Fairbanks won '
; grandmother, Mrs. Bob Ed Easter Corsages ( Sa."--" o d.101. 8000 -- -
mondson of Starke; grandparents, .. Sa..wed'-p.ywdl, -" 'p1onI28 do""'.M wod' =io=
Mr. & Mrs. A.W. Blitch of Pen- &
sacola; and his dearest friend Let Our 'Sunny Make

Monica Krause of Fairbanks.The your Easter rJ3as( t1 4488
family requests donations

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