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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1 1.J Board of Adjustment Changes Mind;

llti3 Okays Placing Frame Building at BC Jail


,; ki by Buster Rahn Lee Hardenbrook had been adamantin
BCT Staff Writer his opposition to the special exception
in the February meeting,followed
The Starke Board of Adjustment
\ 9 to the podium to "I
Replogle say
(SBOA) approved a special excep-
\\ r tion Thursday, March 30, allowing think it is foolish" to spend money on

I .' r Bradford County commissioners to court costs.
-. move a wooden barracks onto the The remark about court costs
jail compound on a temporary basis. referred to Commissioner Maxie
.i. Carter, Jr.'s earlier statement that
The decision did not come quicklyor
the commissioners will be forced to
reach
easily. It took two hours to
seek relief through the courts if the
: 1 ? s rV the decision.
SBOA turns down the for
,1 The SBOA turned down a similar request a
request in the February meeting on special exception.Hardenbrook .
3-2 vote, and the board appeared to said it is a "tough,
4r a
'r and I wish the other
S tough problem,
be headed for the same decision for
three commissioners here
were
the first hour of discussion in the
(Commissioners Joe Riddick and
March meeting. The change of attitude
"
Carter were at the meeting).
three members
dissenting
by "The building must go there,
result of talk Assistant
came as a by
either objections or with
over your
Public Defender Rick Replogle, "
Hardenbrook told
your approval
whose testimony came as a surprise the SBOA. "I don't want a jail there
commissioners.
to "
30 years from now.
Hardenbrook said the jail is much
Said:
Replogle quieter under Sheriff Ken
Speaking as a citizen, rather thana Etheridge, and suggested restric-
public official Attorney Replogle tions in allowing the additional
introduced himself as a Bradford building to be moved onto the site.
resident and was at the meeting on a Turning prophetic, Hardenbrooksaid
different issue. However, he said, "The commissioners will have
his work brings him in contact with plenty of problems selling a new}jail
jailed inmates, and he has first hand and jail site to Bradford voters.'
Knowledge of jail conditions.The Hardenbrook's change of attitude
facility is inadequate as pur- from the prior month, reinforced
pose for a jail, and there is a critical Replogle's plea to the board.
need for some changes, Replogletold
--. the panel. He sees two alter- Other Comments...

Miss Lilly Will Crown a New Strawberry Queen... natives Build: onto jail with mortar and "We're SBOA much Member better Orian off making Wells said decisions ,

Stawberry queen Lilly Burgess, seated front center, will crown a new llewett. stone, cementing the present facility for the county, rather than
I strawberry queen Saturday night April 8. Kim Singletary, Tonya Klein, Peggy Wright, Holly Hawkins, Apryl into place for the next 30 years. It is having a judge make the decisionsfor
The It contestants are: Seeley, Kristy Gault, Lori Mann.. Pam Clark, Angf'lltam\ey. Emily Tew. not the place for a jail. us."
Kneeling (l-r): Teresa Bassett, Mlndy lIersey, Wanda Mueller, Renee' Adding cells to the jail will not In- Chief Jailer Raymond Hunt said,
kitchen and other service
crease "If additional beds aren't availableby
areas..it is not the answer. Federal Courts will
June the
I The other alternative, a temporary make the, decision for "
us.
Set
Strawberry Queen Pageant Saturday NightOne solution, is allow commissionersand the special Rev. John Strickland, an an-

exception, giving tagonist to the end, said,"This Is not
of 14 beautiful young ladies res 01 Merle Norman Cosmetics at Cathy Wooley is the pageant coor Angel Ramsey, daughter of the special jail committee time It the best alternative for the county. It
will be crowned the 27th Bradford the home of Mrs. Donna Gruen. dinator. President Lorna Reddish is Sheila and Edward Christmas of to find a site and build a new jail. will cost money in the long run."

County strawberry queen in Queen Lilly hosted the girls for a lun- supporting the entire group. Starke, is sponsored by Merit will take 3-5 Is years.member of the Strickland held the podium for
ceremonies to start at 7 p.m. Satur- cheon at her home at Crystal Lake. First, and probably the most Im- Builders. Replogle a the several minutes, but failed to enun-
day night, April 8, in the Bradford The candidates received a free hair portant duty of the 1989 queen will be special jail committee set up by ciate an alternate proposal for
High auditorium. styling at Hair Illusions. to reign over the Bradford County Apryl Seeley daughter of George courts to monitor the jail situation, resolving the problem.Ed .
1988 Strawberry Queen Lilly The quartet "Front Row" a Fair, set April 11-15. and Brenda Seeley of Lawtey, spon- consisting of the Sheriff, County Kelly who lives near the jailcomplained
Burgess will crown the new queen. popular favorite from last year's sored by Terwillegar Ford. Clerk, Public Defender's Office, about the lack of parkIng -
The 14 candidates will model event, is returning to provide enter- Videos of the pageant will be Lori Mann, daughter of Lewis State Attorney's Office and others., County space for jail visitors, and suggested -
sports wear, swim suits, and even- tainment for the 1989 pageant. Miss available $10 per copy from Cathy and Gloria Mann of Starke, spon- JUdge, Circuit said Judge the committee was the courts may not rule for
ing gowns. There is no talent com- Jacksonville, Leanza Cornell, is Wooley phone 964-6066. sored by Lawtey Shell, Roy's Replogle held its the county. Kelly asked, "Who
re-activated and
petition. Tickets, $3.50 for adults and scheduled to appear and sing. The candidates are: and Job Service of Florida. recently knows how the judge will decide?"
Grocery,
first meeting in several months. The
$3 for children under 12, are being Mindy Hersey, daughter of The question prompted Starke
sold at Mitchell's Drugs, Ter- The stage of the BHS auditoriumwill Elbert and Betsy Hersey of Pam Clark, daughter of Mr. and committee is "committed to a new" Commissioner Charles Schaefer to
willegar Motors, Williams Jewelry, be .made up as a seascape, Theressa, sponsored by Mitchell's Mrs. Irving Clark of Starke, spon- modern facility in another rocation, ask, "How do you know if your
and Denmark Furniture. Purchasing reminiscent of a ship leaving port, Drugs. sored by Western Steer. he said. regulations are enforceable if you
tickets prior to the pageant says Pageant Coordinator Cathy -Wanda Mueller,daughter of Ken- Holly Hawkins, daughter of "Criminals are being released fora don't test them in court/"
might save a 20 minute wait, say Wooley. Adding to the atmospherewill neth and Carolyn Mueller of Starke Virginia Hawkins of Starke, spon- lack of room and I want to see" Schaefer asked about fire safety in
pageant organizers. be a fog machine and fog horns, sponsored by The Purple Gator. sored by Orian Wells Chevrolet- some people serving jail time, the proposed building, and was told
Prizes in the pageant, sponsoredby plus music from the TV program Kimberly Singletary, daughter of Olds, D&S Motors, and Denmark Replogle told the board and au- by Sheriff Etheride a two inch water
the Junior Womans Club of 'Love Boat." Mr. and Mrs. William Singletary of dience. line and hose will be installed.
Furniture.
Starke, include a $1,200 scholarshipto Lawtey, is sponsored by 3-Way Con- "The solution is in the hands of Rev. Don Weston, pastor of a
the winner and $600 scholarshipsto The stage Is being built by Lee struction. Christy Gault, daughter of W.E. the county commissioners" and they small church near the jail, observed
said.
the first and second runnersup.The Casey Construction, and was in- Peggy Wright, daughter of Mr. and Diann Gault of Lawtey, spon- are asking for time, Replogle "Procrastination never saves
Jack Gross of Starke spon- sored by Casey/Lee Construction. Sam Bassett, an outspoken criticof "
winner also receives a $200 spired by David Dodge. The programs and Mrs. the commissioners, said later, money.

modeling scholarship. are being done by Tracy sored by Vito's Pizza. -Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr. and "Replogle changed my mind on the Crack Problem...
Contestants have been treated to a wells. Tickets were designed by -Emily) Tew, daughter of Michael Mrs. Michael Klein of Heilbron Spr- issue."
one-day cruise on the Viking Sun, Cleo Elder. Cheryl Wise, Cleo Elder Tew and Barbara Petit, is sponsoredby ings, sponsored by R&S Com- The three SBOA members oppos- Rev. Weston's remark came as.
during which time they modeled for and Karen Casey have been working Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins. munications & Wiring, Inc. ing the request, Claire Capps, Ron result of Carter's saying the county
the passengers. A free modeling with the contestants. Becky Jones had put off building a Jail for yean
Teresa Bassett Renee' Hewett, daughter of Mrs. Denmark and Bassett, obviously to hold down taxes.
session was provided, complimentsof has provided refreshments. Heidi daughter of in an attempt
the Modeling Connection in Mize will be entertaining the judges. Sheila and Sam Bassett of Starke, is Linda Hewett of Starke and the late considered the alternatives toward Replogle the tem- SBOA members and speakers in
Gainesville. A make-up demonstration Norma Donn is doing the flowers. sponsored by Chastain's Jewelry Mike Hewett, sponsored by ERA suggested solution moved discuss- the audience had lambasted county
and Gift Faulkner Realty. porary and began commissioners for lack of foresightin
was performed by Naomi Her- Suan Starling is doing the fair booth. Shop. ing restrictions to be place on the falling to build a new Jail.

county if the special exception were Carter, in answer to a question by

I Video Filming Set Here to be approved. SBOA Member Ken Teal, said

Anti-Littering' Saturdav Lee Hardenbrook... "There has never been a clamor by
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Guy Andrews doesn't like Utter- televised- action lust on Call:streetin Drivas says. will be available at the county fair, A resident who lives near the jail, See Jail Decision... )

bugs. Starke, from 8:15: to 10:15: a.m., The theme at Kingsley Lake: set April 11-15. Plus, there is a planto
So, Andrews challenged local then at Strickland's Landing at "Mommie, I'm thirsty. Daddy, don't distribute the video through local
musician Lavon Drivas at the Kingsley Lake from noon to 5 p.m. destroy our lakes" Ms. Drivas says. schools and churches. Cost Estimated
Chamber of Commerce banquet in The 37 school children who recorded There is no objection to people "Awarness. It's all about $75,000
January to write a song about it. the song will act it ou this Satur- watching the filming, Ms. Drivas awarness," says Andrews. I
Writing from a child's viewpoint, day. Call Street, between Walnut said. Andrews hopes that, somewherein to JailCounty
Drivas penned "Legacy of Love." Street and the railroad, will be turn- The film crew will be directed by the campaign, there will be a On Moving Building
With financing by Andrews, the song ed into a ghost town for the filming Andy King, the son of CNN talk show week of clean-up by volunteers. He'd
was recorded March 5 by Profes- Ms.Drivas says.At Kingsley Lake a host Larry King. like to include local law agencies Clerk Ray Norman Is searching A New Jail...
sional Media Services of lot people will be in the water but it Plans are to market the video In giving tickets for littering, for $75,000 to fund the cost of talked about ad-
Gainesville.This won't be fit to drink. the county, plus Andrews wants to "...whether it's you or me, or placing a 110 by 20 foot building onto Commissioners one-cent local sales tax to
The effect on Call Street: a ghost go first regionally and, perhaps,na- anybody. Be sneaky, like they are." the county jail site at Pratt and ding a
Saturday, April 8, Andrews town, "...what can happen i if we tionally.The Next project, Andrews says, Is Broadway Streets in west Starke. finance a new jail.now requires a vote
Such move
and Drivas plan to put the song into. don't take care of our world," Ms. locally produced video tape drugs. County Commission Chairman of the people.a Commissioner Maxie


I City to Condemn Small Plot of Property on US 301S tion Wilbur meeting for Waters, at the 7:30 board's asked p.m.for Wednesday mid-month Informa- Carter pass Florida a said bill legislature he's in this heard, session giving of to a move county of the the to>>

19. commissioners authority pass
by Buster Rahn ment was never returned.In point in time.Attorney tne city council. April It will cost $48,000 to operate the 1-cent sales tax if approved by four
BCT Staff Writer the meantime, the city Utility Darla Christopher, sit- Mayor Bobby Biggs suggested the building for the remainder of the of the five county commissioners.
The Starke council directed City Department went about its business ting in for Attorney Brown, said city offer to pay $250 in attorney'sfees current fiscal Sheriff Kenneth Commissioner Joe Riddick said he'd
Attorney Terence Brown to begin of setting poles. When it came to the there has been no progress in the and remove the anchor if a purchaser Etheridge told year the county commis- still rather have a vote on the issue.
condemnation proceedings against Stern property, on US-301 between past eight months toward reachingan of the property wants it mov- sion Monday afternoon. That In- No decision was made Monday.
property owned by Ms. Louise Stern, Sawyer's Gas and Deerfoot Village, agreement. At present Ms. Stern ed.The cludes $35,000 for salaries, $3,663 for Clerk Ray Norman said that.:: According -
Tuesday,April 4,for placement of a a huge concrete pole was set on state wants the anchor removed from her city has a policy of relocating utilities, $9,338 for food. to Information from the
utilities anchor. The anchor Is right-of-way with the anchor on the land and $250 to cover her attorney utility poles when requested Weldon Florida Department of Revenue,one

already In place. Stern land. An anchor takes an area fees.Attorney says. It will also cost$5,000 to move the penny of sales tax in Bradford Coun-
Electric Systems Director Bill 5 feet wide by 20 feet long, Weldon Christopher says the city building from its site at New River Iy will raise$421,000 per/ new jail
Weldon told the council the city has two alternatives remove the Commissioner Charles Schaefer Correctional Institution. figure is correct, and if a
followed standard operating procedures said.For about a year, the city has been pole or condemn the property, a offered a motion reflecting Mayor costs $S million, that Is enough
about a year ago, when the working with Ms. Stern in an at- prerogative of government to ac- BIgg's suggestion adding,"If the of- Plus commissioners calculatedthe money to fund a new jaiL
high-voltage line was extended into tempt to amicably settle with the quire easements, right-of-ways, and fer is refused proceed with condem- cost of building restrooms and Commissioners opined that one
"
Deerfoot Village and KOA Kampground. landowner. Weldon said voluminous other needed land nation. meeting the requirements of city penny would have to be Just to
correspondence has flowed betweenthe Weldon told the council it wUl cost Commissioner Vernon Silcox Zoning Board to fence the exercise finance a new jail,and would Includea
The city mailed requests for parties, now Including Ms. $9,000 to relocatable pole and an- seconded the motion. yard. Commissioners and Sheriff provision that the tax would be
easements to aU property owners Stern attorney, R.A. Green, City chor. Etheridge talked about erecting an removed when the Jail li paid for.
along the route. Property owners, Engineer Don Ruckman, City At- At one point In the negotiations, t uilowing a briet discussion 8-foot high wooden. fence around the "We don't want any more special
except Ms.Stern, signed and return- torney Brown and Weldon.Ms. Attorney Christopher said Ms. Stern among council members, the motion Jail site. assessments. That would beat
ed the forma allowing the city to Stern contends the anchor will' asked for$3,000 per year lease on the was withdrawn as stated, and "You'll be lucky' to get by for everybody on this board," Ia1d CommissIoner -
proceed. Somewhere in city government diminish the value of the property, 100 square feet but withdrew the of- Schaefer submitted a second mo- $75,0," said Clerk Norman Maxie Carter Jr
no one noticed the Stern ease. which she intends. sell at some fer before It could be presented to tion.


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Pass Downtown Grantby

Too Easy

Buster Rahn stoner Maxie Carter Jr., and Solid
4i BCT Staff Writer Waste Director Darrell O'Neal,
Glenda Epps, president of the reported the county has received a
Downtown Merchants Association, non-matching $86,489 grant for use
Principals Say told the Starke Council Tuesday, in recycling solid waste, and is eligi-
April 4 that the downtown revitaliza- ble for an additional$U1 capitaIncluding
tion phase II grant was fatally flawed residents of incorporated
and the city will not be considered areas, providing the municipalitieswill
by Joe Cissy develop responsibility in the student for a grant this year. sign an interlocal agreement for
to create an Incentive for doing The grant application, submittedby its residents to be included in the
The BCT Staff Writer homework would help said Cathy the North Florida Regional Plan- county population count. It is not a
Pupil Progression Plan now in Norman, home economics teacher. ning Council was based on a survey
levy or tax, Riddick said only a
effect at the Bradford Middle School
Perhaps a systen of awarding conducted by PlanCom, a firm own- means for distributing funds.
was discussed at length during a course credits as in high school ed and operated by former grant ad-
special meeting of the School Board with a minimum number necessaryto ministrator, Linda Day. The survey
heldf Monday night, April 3, at the complete Middle School would contained erronous information, ef- The recycling grant was soughtthe
Middle School. help. Another consideration was fectively killing the application.The New River Solid Waste Associa-
Changes in the plan are needed to mixing courses; that Is, a seventh FNB Gets Improvement Award... deadline for submitting applications tion, composed of Bradford, Union
make it more effective say Prin- grader who had failed sixth grade is April 13, eliminatingany and Baker Counties. Each of the
cipal John Mazzella and Ass't. Prin- math would repeat sixth grade math Kerry Rowell. president of the Florida National Bank at Starke, chance for conducting a new three counties will recieve like
cipal Rick Ezzelle. while in seventh grade. receives the Improvemen Award for March from Dr. Bill Marchese of the survey, Epps said. amounts for four years, for a totalof
The students know they can fail Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce.
math or English and still progress to Saturday School... Some $250,000 was spent remodeling the Inside of the bank. Includingnew City Police... approximately Riddick three quarters said. of a
million
the next grade but cannot fail both A Saturday School Program at the furniture and wall and floor covering, and adding automated teller Major Bill Reno representing dollars.
so there is a tendency for borderline lane niitnW
Middle School for students needing Chief of Police Jimmy Epps asked
students to concentrate on one and discipline has worked out very well, -& the council to purchase two radar The grant allows the counties to
neglect the other says Dr. Mazzella. said Dr. Mazzella. "It has helped our units that have the ability to monitors spend up to 30 percent for educatingthe
The plan now in effect requires from public in recycling procedures,
discipline problems. It is well worth a moving patrol car.
that a student who fails both Englishand the money the board has put into it." Jail. The new units cost$1,405 each. and provides funds for equipment.The .
mathematics or any three sub- "The students and parents have a Major Reno said the radar units
jects, be retained at the current presently in use be used only
choice Sometimes parents who do can and
level be the of from 1A tri-county sorting recycl-
grade option
or given page from Each
a stationery position.
not change their
permit paddling ing operation will be located at the
school to make
attending summer mind when they have to bring their time the patrol car is moved, the
called for the vote. landfill site in Union County, near
up the grade or grades. the public to build a new'jail in Brad radar unit has to be re-calibrated
child to Saturday school, he said.
All five SBOA members voted for Ellerbee Curve, where 200 acres of
allows to
Present policy passage ford County. We did not anticipate
before it be time
used requiring
Dean of Students David Tew listed can
of the motion stated. prison land has been made availablefor
the next grade if one of the primary 157 students have received 234 total crack cocaine. If it were not for approval as for the setup. Area motorists are solid waste .
courses of Mathmatics and assignments to Saturday School and crack, we might not need a new cognizant city police cannot monitor disposal.Miscellaneous.
Prologue...
Language Arts (English), and one only 35 suspensions have been issued i Jail. speed while moving Reno said, and
other course is failed. Additionally, for not attending, out of 67 suspen- The session began with Surveyor continue excess speed in restricted
a student can be held back only one dable offenses. "Thirty two Finally... Pat Welch presenting a new site plan areas.
time In the middle grades of 6th,7th sions have been avoided" said suspen-Tew. While people continued to come to with the proposed wooden building City Clerk Neil Tucker told Renoto ...
and fth) grades. to opinions, shortened to fit the available Commissioner Wall recommended
"We have an 83 per cent average the podium express space "Put it in next year's budget.
"These completion rate." SBOA Members Wells and Teal without requiring a variance.The Commissioner Ed Wall asked Patsy Lawson to fill the unexpiredterm
requirements are not Bassett andCappa Department of Corrections of Jimmy Epps on the City Zoning -
strict enough the principals.To ocassionaly joined by Reno if the units can "pay for
say (DOC) replaced the wooden Board. The council made the -
in discus-
pass students with failing gradesin Facility Needs... were seen quiet themselves? appointment
reachedan buildings at New River Correctional as submitted by Wall.
sion. The four apparently Major Reno said Starke police cur-
them at disadvantage
one subject puts a Improvements needed at the Institution with
In that subject the next school and pointed out to the board agreement on a motion that could tures, rendering permanent the wooden struc-bar- rently write 147 traffic tickets per

year; they will very likely fail again include additional classroom space.If pass.Wells racks surplus tolls needs. One of the month, generating some $4,000 Commissioner Schaefer asked
made the motion to approve for coffers. The
and will become said Dr. revenue city new
eventually drop- projections are accurate
council to clean two
buildings was given to Bradford approval city
the request for a special exception to up
radar units for themselvesin
outs. Mazzella by 1992 or 93, we will have can pay
for lots owned by Buford Mitchell of
County use as a supplementary
the frame building onto the
move four months, Reno said after
A students here. "We
stronger drop-out prevention over 1,000
at the Keystone Heights,and bill the
housing unit jail. owner
jail site requiring the county: that will make for the
needed in have students than they
program is these lower already more we money
To make the 8 foot yard fence and Bradford County is under a court for the work. The council approvedthe
grades. Summer school may be an have room for. order to increase its city.Wall request.
jail capacity by
all jail windows opaque; said he has observed flagrant
answer, but no FTE funds are And storage. I think they forgot
12 beds June 1 face
by 1989, or a
Provide sufficient fire protection abuse of speed limits in school zones,
available for students who are eligi- about storage when they built this possible fine of -
ble to pass to a higher grade said school. There just is no storage adequate landscaping; The court action$10,000 is the per result day. of a but stopped short of recommending The Suwannee River Water
Superintendent Jim Duncan.No space." Maximize parking immediate purchase. Management District asked the city
suit by DOC mandated law to In-
And disallow any other buildingsto by Tucker said the is to withhold final of all
budget approval
solutions are apparent but Other items presented to the board spect jails and force compliancewith city projects
making summer school mandatoryand for its consideration areA : be added to compound. State Statutes. prepared each year in June and Ju- until it has time to make an In-
providing school busses for lab and Commissioners Carter and Rid- spection. Mayor Biggs suggestedthe
sum- computer computerswith DOC approved the plan to install
dick agreed the county can meet the ly.Major Reno council be filed for future
mer school students transportation software, for student instruc- the wooden building! expected to sought ap- request con-
was mentioned. A program to tiC!!111Qp. restrictions. Chairwoman Capps proval to transfer Dispatcher Lynn sideration. No action was taken.
hold 24 beds, as a supplementary Ormond clerical
to a position,saying
housing unit at the jail site. that Ormond. a 27 year veteran, can- Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
NOTICE OF BUDGET INCREASE
County Attorney Reggie Flynn not operate the teletype machine, or reported a conflict in zoning regula-
told the SBOA that the jail has
BUDGET FDLE tests. tions and requested the
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND in safe for pass city clarify
operated a manner many
Schaefer took umbrage at the sug- sthe situation..
and values will not
1988 1989 years, property gestion that Ormond is not qualifiedfor Attorney Christopher said it will
be the since it
jeopardized by move, the job saying "Ormond is require an ordinance to do
so.
BUDGET INCREASE ##2 has been there 38 years (since 1951). probably
the best operator you have. He Mayor Biggs turned the problemover
Bassett "We cannot
The Bradford County -Board of County Commissioners will hold a public meeting on WEDNESDAY, future safety.said I have another predict problem. has hands-on experience, and the to the city attorney for resolu-
APRIL 19. 1989. at 8:15: p.m. at the Bradford County Courthouse In Starke Flortda. The purpose of this Moving in a wooden building most loyal employee IQ the Depart tion.Atcai
i rn 1 rt Hriacepx' i H.s
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ment. Y* Ii'! :
meeting Is to Increase the Bradford County Fine and Forfeiture Fund from 1072767.00 to 1147767.00 will not appreciate surrounding property
which represents an overall Increase of$75,000.00. All citizens of Bradford,County are invited; to attend : ,i. ><( 4'tivn'. i , i. fi reading of an ordinance:pertainingto
trdVeit. (
&!i jiense M feWttiStoccity
this meeting. '. ..... ". Attorney Flynn replied"The law' Mayor Bobby Biggs told''Reno the'' employees.:

does not require surrounding property council will look Into the situation. Agreed with Clerk Tucker that the
Wilbur Waters Ray Norman Esther B. Ellerson be enhanced that it is not
only The council approved the closingof
clerk funds
Chairman of Board Clerk to the Board'County Finance Director handling city pension
substantially damaged. US-301, between Washington and should be a full time city employee
Teal asked "What will the county Call Streets for the Shriners Parade, with the fund reimbursingthe
do if the is denied?" pension
request Saturday, May 6.
city for part of the salary.As .
Carter "We're
saying
;j.BDGT. BOGT. hoping replied will help us tonight. Grant. a city employee the clerk posi-
11 INCREASE 12** you County .. tion will be subject to all
ACCOUNT NO. ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ORIGINAL BDGT. : INCREASE We're looking at 36 months, city
County Commissioner Joe Rid- benefits and under the supervision of
minimum, before we can relocatethe .
.
dick. accompanied by Commis-
the clerk.
city
030-311-1000-100 TAXES .897 42,113.00 42,113.00 42,113.00 jail.

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030-311-1001-100 TAXES DELINQUENT OTHER .00 .00 .00

030-334-1610-100 STATE REIMBURSEMENT-PUBLICDEF, Join the "Yo Yo" Team for Christ
COST 4,100.00 $ 100.00 4,100.00

030-334-2000-100 STATE REIMBURSEMENT PRISON I -4Items- Sewing for Souls
CASES 12,900.00 12900.00 12,900.00 J Tennis_

030-334-2900-100 STATE I INQUEST MEDICAL EXAMINER 17950.00 17950.00 17950.00
created from these and et0o iaou oRt.a,
030-335-1820-100 EMERGENCYOISTRIBUTIONALLOC. 141,900.00 141,900.00 141900.00 I are yo-yos wMn A FA rdbr a6 EaMCdMak
sold in Lamp of Jesui Craft Shop. aStudents
030-335-1830-100 SUPPLEMENTAL INMATEDISTRIBUTION I / Fund are used to held one in need. S
REVENUE 72,000.00 72000.00 72000.00
: We now have.more than 30 member on ,
030-341-5200-100 CIVIL FEES COLLECTED 25,900.00 25,900.00 25,900.00 : our team. I
Anyone or Groups Include KHHS
030-341-5400-100 FINES BONDS UNINCORPORATED 169,983.00 169,983.00 169983.00 Welcome Team Members

030-341-5410-100 FINES BONDS INCORPORATED 19,800.00 19,800.00 19,800.00 Interested? Call 064-7109 or 964-5898 'I

030-351-3000-100 COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT FEES -":" -, -. ...- I
SPECIAL F 6 F 6,900.00 6,900.00 6,900.00

030-361-1000-100 FINE 6 FORFEITURE INTEREST
'E D 81000.00 81,000.00 81000.00
PUBLIC NOTICEThe
030-369-9000-100 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE 4,950.00 4950.00 4,950.00

030-370-1000-100 COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT SPECIAL
TRUST .2,500.00 2,500.00 2500.00 :

030-399-9990-100 LESS 31 DISCOUNT 30,100.00 CR 30,100.00 CR 30,100.00 CR' Bradford County Board of County Commissionerswill

030-399-9990-101 BALANCE FORWARD CASH 430,871.00 500,871.00 575,871.00 hold two ((2)) public workshops on April 10 1989.

beginning at 7:00: p.m. in the County Commissioner's '
TOTALS FOR FINE AND FORFEITURE 1002767.00 1072767.00 1147767.00
Meeting Room. Bradford County Courthouse. The

subjects will be as follows:


BRADFORD COUNTY FINE 6 FORFEITURE FUND
BUDGET INCREASE 12 1.) 7:00: P.M. PUBLIC WORKSHOP: Regarding County

,
BDGT. BDGT.
ACCOUNT NO. ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION ORIGINAL BOOT INCREASE II INCREASE 12*. ,I Ordinance #7O-2>Relating to Animal Industry.

030-003-5160-3100. COURT APPOINTED PUBLIC DEF. I APPLICATION: This Ordinance shall apply in all

COST 79,800.00 79800.00 79,800.00 unincorporated areas of the county to all feed lots ,

030-003-5160-4900 COUNTY WITNESS FEES COST 12,000.00 12000.00 12000.00 kennels barns and buildings In which animals are bred

030-003-160-4910 OTHER COURT COSTS 39,800.00 39.80000 39.800. raised or housed either, temporarily intermittently or '

030-003-170-3300 COURT REPORTER COSTS 62520.00; 62.20.00 6220.00 permanently. ,

030-003-5230-4600 COUNTYJAIL, REPAIRS HAINT. 21,900.00 21900.00 21900.00 PURPOSE
: To seek public Input In updating minimum '

030-003-5270-3100 INQUEST I MEDICAL' EXAMINERS ,Co$ 48125.00 R; 48.125.00 48125.00 sanitation standards for this ordinance.

030-003-5270-5200 LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION COS'T'' 4,000.00 ...,.4,000.00 4000.00 \

03 -o0359109900.RESERVE.FOR, CONTINGENCY 45000.00:; '45000.00 7 .000.00

I 030-004-5160-1300 '.JUDICIAL BAILIFF, '76,696.00, 6696.00 6696.00 :

I 030-004-160-3 ,OPERATING COST "1 : .r.d 100.00' .' 100.00 100.00 2)) 8:00 P.M. PUBLIC WORKSHOP: Regarding '. :

030-004-5210-1000' SALARIES 6 OPIf OST'r.' u ; ;; .oo 391341.00 391341.00 Ordinance Relating to Construction of Fill Borrow\ or 1;; ,

030.:004-5210'3000: : OPERATING cos.i' } ,
38.7111,00' ,38,718.00 38718.00 Borrow Pits. s"' ."

OJO.o: 4. 5210-S000 CAPITAL' 'OUTLAY COSTS '. 38,220.00 ::;38.220.00. '38220.00 APPLICATION: Ordinance is to provide, for control ,: .:, .: : ,

1 .030-004210-: RESERVE'FOR 'COl'fTIH NCY,5,000.00: \ : .':3,000.00 500000. of excavation activities for fill borrows or borrow pits in;:, ': '
\
030-o04-SZ30-1'oOO. ,JAIL sALuIis' LOPS >COST.197,622.00,::.' a 26.920.00'Z'9.327.00, ., Bradford County in order to protect the natural ,.: '. ,

030-004-230-3000 ,JAIL OPERATING cost 41.92500; ',48627.00' 64220.00 resources health safety and welfare of the citizens of i,.. -1 .

,- I 030-004-5230-6000 JAiL CAPITAL 'OWY COSTS 1000.00 1.000.Q.0 f1}, .OOO.OOI Bradford County. .' '.?,/ '' '. '

03D-004-5i30-9oo JAIL J.ESnVS'FOR CONTINGENCY 3,000,00 I 3.000.00 x+J.ooo.oo PURPOSE To seek ... '\' .
,' : public input. >:
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9pting Recycling Plansby


Rotary Dinner Notice... .- i ,

Due to the installation or new Buster Hahn have been charged $995!) lor installation -

equipment on the State Farmers: IHT Malt Writer .
Market wharf, the Kotary Club: J. Commissioners Joe Hiddnk and "Not so." said Finley
Rural I I.Urban Day dinners on f1 r M Wilbur Waters, accompanied by The $995! charge was lulled 'for a
Wednesday, April 12, will he Sl'l'Vl'd Solid Waste Director Darrel O'Neal, 10.day trial of the three "separate( I
from tents at Ihe rear of the old .f told the Lawtey Council Monday, charge stations, Cinemax, IlliO and
Highway Patrol building Cars ji 'I April 3, the county recycling pro Disney in addition to the regular

picking up take-out dinners hhoiilduse a; IFr. t.t. gram must be in place by July 1, and channels It was a sales promol..m.separate ..
the driveway nearest the old t l an interlocal agreement is neededfor and apart from installation
Highway Patrol Office.Bookmobile J the county to qualify for additional which was made at no charge.
grant money to implement the and continues to lie no charge at Ibis
time, Finley said
Change- Brooker Elementary Straight A's, Third Six Weeks... program.Riddick, spokesman for the trio, In the beginning, Hurst olferrrd' !
Over.
.. Straight( A Students for the third six week grading Hack row: .leninfc 1.I'h'VI'I'SIiI'la I-:His, Kelly said Lawtey Is the first municipality free installation and basic channels:
The Bradford County Bookmobilewill period at Brooker 1'lt'lnl'lIttrr.SdlOol: lire: Cook, Julie KoliiiiNiin, Ki'Hi (>rilfis. and :M.ilt Oosby.haul contacted In reference to the in- for $13.50 per month
out of service April 10 through Front row (I to r): Phillip hUlnuker, ,limply Berry Umitia and Amy like "1'1'1' ulisi-nt. terlocal agreement, but other towns Finley says Friendship Cable is
April 24, due to changing over from Chad Thomas, Derek Sidrrs, Matthew .Ionian. in the county will be contacted dur- providing. the basic churmols and a
the old Bookmobile to the new ing regular council meetings this step up for $16 Hi: tax inclndi-d If n
Bookmobile. month. resident requires a converter l<"c
Riddick said the county has and remote control, an additional
Free Tax Help... received a $66,489 grant to imple- $3 25 is added! I
ment the and will be The (three pay chanmh availahk
The Bradford County Public A program eligible -
tire approximately $tl) month I
Library is providing office space to receive another $1.51 per resident each per
for Volunteer Income Tax ,providing residents living in in- I
The I'J audience had\
in
persons
Assistance (VITA) and TCI: tax corporated areas are included in the
no problems with .the billing pro rss
counseling programs and Wi count. except one patron who h,id been billed ,
Riddick emphasized the $1.51 II
volunteers.The J per for $104 Finley said! he will investigate .
capita is not an assessment or a tax
also has of
Library
a supply
and call her about I the a<'
tax forms. Forms not in stock may Ilk. + and represents only the formula for count.
be ordered, using toll free phone determining the amount of additional Several people asked for the BET: I I
grant the county will.
1-8O.424-FORM.( money
no Black Entertainment Television'
The tax assistance progimn will receive. channel to be added. Finley said In- I
be held each Wednesday 1.4 p in., t 7r i! .3 ; qttL The New River Solid Waste will :see what can be done, I
Association, composed of Bradford
from Feb. 8 through April 12. Mayor Marvin Rosier lequpslnl.' I
Union and Baker Counties, appliedfor '
more "Country Music"\' stations. Inn
i thr'r
the grant funds, 30 percent of
received that will
no promise I more
Charity Air Show... which may be used for educational bu added
purposes, Riddick said.
Gainesville's first air show in The remainder will be used for the I
more than a decade is set at the M w L purchase of equipment to be used at Pay Raise...
Regional Airport the weekend of 7' the tri-county landfill at Ellerbee Councilman Emmett Bright said.
April 15-16. Curve, North of Raiford.Commissioners "I think city commissioners should
All proceeds go to the Association Buster Bennett receive a pay raise, and I mote to
of Retarded Citizens of Alachua Straight A's at Hampton... and Laura Harris teamed on the mo- raise their salaries $50 per month" I

County, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Students in the first and account tion, which passed 4-0, to sign the interlocal Commissioner Laura Hams
and other charities. Gates at kindergarten, gradesat Hart, Brandt llawes. Joshua limit's, Iti ian I oil, Julie seconded the motion. ,
open with the
10 a.m. Tickets: $8 for adults, $6 Hampton Elementary School, making straight A's McMillan, Joshua ;M<'ng and IIl'atiIu'll': agreement county. Mayor Rosier said, "I oppose the
for children 6-12. for the second six weeks grading period are: Cable TV... motion. I serve on the council to help I
Standing!:, first graders ;Matilda Ithixlen, Raymond the town, not for the money."
DT Merchants... Front row (Ito I r) In Kindergarten, Rachel Smith, Ithoden, Dusty Riveis, Joshua Starling, I'aul Turner, Kevin Finley, representing When the vote was called for.
Brian McClellan, Renee Ford and Churli-ne Clifton; and second graders Dctila Ford and Jason Loved. Friendship Cable of Fla.successors Bright and Harris voted for the
Downtown Merchants are plann- and first graders Steven Knipp, Jason Barr lirandie Absent were Emily ienvsl Julie to Hurst Cable TV attended the raise i:
ing the "Downtown Renovation Cunningham and Jeremy Galen. McMillan, Donna Sanford and Amanda Townsendfirst meeting to iron out misunderstan- Mayor Rosier voted "Nay," and
Jubilee," for Saturday May 6. Second row, first graders Amanda Flanagan: Justin ( grade), dings with customers concerning the Councilman Buster Bennett abstain I
Anyone wishing to participate in company's billing process, including ed. I,
the program should contact Glenda charges for services.A Councilman Bill Crouse was absent 1
Epps, president of the association, number of people claimed to .
ph. 964-4151. J

Bradford Fair... Crossing Signals f

The Bradford County Fair will

begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April II, Promised Next Yearby ; I
and run through Saturday, Apt'il 15.
Advance tickets can be purchased -
at the Chamber of Commerce of- Buster Kahn tions, Woods said
fice, two for $1. At the door, the BCT Staff WriterCommissioner Woods quoted Attorney Darla 1 !
cost will be $1 each. Travis Woods Christopher, who has provided
Tickets will be on sale in District reported Wednesday, April 5, that liason between CSX and Woods, as -
Schools the week before the fair CSX Railroad has included the cost saying maintenance cost of rail w

begins. of two grade crossing warning crossings is $H)0() -$1,200 per year per Trices Begin Thursday
signals and gates in their 19UO-91 crossing, with the city refunding 50 _
Spring Break... budget, one of which is to be installed percent of the cost to CSX. e;. 1 April 6 tIi. Thru
Bradford's 4,000 school students at the Alton Road crossing, and Woods explained that the promised I\

will be on spring break thI.. ,cpmmg. the other at the Orange Street cross- street from Ecwal1d-JtOlul( to US-301 eQovl I Wednesday April 1 Ztn. I
week April 10-14 Ing. South is to provide access to the city + MCi1/0 a I IoYS
sming' J" atW 'schG dh?""" ....I Woods said he has requested the owned property on the south side l aft| + .' I '11"11" It. '
coincide with'the t6unty t ''i'J 7A d n If city attorney's office to sock addition town;and to provide for a by-pass in f''
of crossing signals for Epperson event US-301 should be blocked for 41N 'I
Downtown Jubilee... and Westmoreland Streets in the some reason. ( flt'tIInl'I t

same budget. Woods said that, while the street c ttl ell 7 )
Downtown merchants are plann- The recent car-train accident at may provide access to Dcerfoot >
ing the "Downtown Renovation the Alton Road crossing, in which a Village, and be a convenience to f size 200 H. 11
Jubilee" Saturday, May 6. The car was damaged, but the driver shoppers, it is not the intent of the city OfFER 2.49 Gzi-&O
day's activity will include an arts was not injured, points up the needto to favor any particular group of .. .twi
and crafts show. install signals on the four intersec ,
retail stores.in gEgUND '71 t11V' ,
or individual in- i r .I/bN UII Na. ,/.1NI1
Any
organization ----- I .II Y l NN 11 I 1.
terested participating in the
jubilee or craft show, con- Assistance... a six county area: Bradford, .NiYWiNDY
please Legal
tact Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4151, or Baker, Flagler, Putnam, SI.Johns, 1.75 LITER ., ,,,,,,, .YNINI
Effective immediately, all per and Union Counties. ?? '
Carolyn booth Autry rental., ph. 964-7810. sons seeking assistance from Three One function of Child Find is 0 999 -- I : ;' ROBERT
Free
Rivers Legal Service Inc. must identification of potentially han- BACARD I c MON DAV I
contact the Gainesville Office, ph. dicapped preschool students, and l3ACr 1RDlrumeec i '
Rec New(... sin Miu
'3724)519 to schedule appointments. the location of children and youth ""' e ''rZL 7H W.
The Starke Recreation Depart- New clients can no longer be seen between birth and 21 years of age pilERTO aKAN man dn.lel
the following: "walk-in" basis. who have a handicap conditionand .. 3"
ment announces i on a may AMNRRa IITSI IhINYY --- MEDLEYaTL. ill'a C7 00
Anyone interested in keeping are not receiving services. FRUIT
score for baseball and softball Some areas of handicapping conditions /7A. 49 ISLAND PEACH Almaden
games please contact the Recreation Free Day Care... may be speech, language, .KEY LIMECALYPSO su'ANUi a SAUTERNE

Department, ph. 964-6792. Free day care is available for 3 hearing, vision, learning, behavioror _. r *BERRY 74t oRV wNltt wIN[

In Emergency... and 4 olds, whose families physical problems. 0-'t / a rs _
year ?
449is
If know of child who -
qualify. Contact Robin Lee at the you a may I.W.HARPER r; : o 99
County residents with 485, 468 or Bradford County School Board Of- be handicapped d l, contact I ii= tU: 22.0R
496 telephone prefixes may call FDLRS/Child Find at ((904) 328 8811 '
fice !>64 6800.
ph. -
either of two numbers, 376-1502 or in Putnam County 01 write KENTUCKY SOUR.ON 1.71 UTlR .I) ( v

377.5122, in emergency situations, Learn to Read... FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, AS. PLANTERS} rl 11r ?
toll free, day or night. In daytime Bostwick, FL 32007.Employers 7700 12 '
working hours the call will go into If you know and adult who wantsto I A( ) J//llr Chdm .nit .
learn read if want to t ,IsNK HONEY BRUT 5C
to
the courthouse switchboard, at or you Wanted... WILD 3 IKiNA M1Y
ISTCD
night the calls go to the county jail. help someone learn to read, contact u- ROAST 1
Jurors should call 964-6280 if local Librarian Sue Crum at the Library, Employers are wanted lo par- TURKEY WILD "'- t 0eY Io+ | h". 1154 '
to Starke or 375-O209 if in 485, 475 or or call the Bradford County ticipate in the Title III Dislocated I
PEANUTS
468 areas. Library at 964-6400. Worker Program.The s'Lo, 7S011.. Riuniterrrrvzf
Job Training Partnership : in95 14 OZ. JAR Z WM.vr' .'
Singles Meet... Learn a Trade... Act (JTPA) will fund on-thc-job 119 M* JLV 2.69 .
training positions for the long term 9 ,
Starke Church of God Christian The Job Training PartnershipAct unemployed.For EJI .-1' '
Singles in Action will be having (JTPA) will send you to schoolat further information call San- :'c...w 51ts IRI lun
their meetings the second and the Vocational Center, if you WARS
dra Demps in Lake City, at (904)) maden
fourth Fridays of each month. qualify. -
Good speakers, food and There are openings in Commer- 758-0433. 'WMteLabel'js, HUBKEE fTYM (.HAM Ib I ANNN w1Y
fellowship are featured each time. cial Vehicle and Driving, 1.71 tl1Ea ,...."- COOLER .VIN MM .WIHfrftMIVNINCH
Call 964-7678 or 9645681. Cosmetology, Clerical, Welding, CA5 Or. 18 QUART *M KHIIMKANUIIMIMI IWH J UTENMXNWNCHAMI
Upcoming... Heavy Equipment and Hor- ,.us 1.29
ticulture.For O I IO
scheduled In the QJ Q U Beats
Public
meetings further information contactMs. lab.l: .
coming weeks are: Velma Mitchell at the local Job Q i iI 1 / / ..
Strawberry Queen Pageant: 7 Service Office, 9648092. pQ I RAN A ,eL -
p.m. Saturday, April 8, BHS I -O I II l71lR 7FtM'ya
auditorium. Square Dance... 1
School Board: 7 p.m. Monday Plus Level square dance Instruc- I II 7 DI.IV INs5a
April 10, District Administration I I u'IiN
tion Is available each second and
Building, regular ordinance meeting.workshop:'I j fourth Tuesday in the Kingsley I 'lIAA, .5WI .. voue t
Borrow pit Lake Civic Center, from 8-10 p m., MINIATURE GOLF I vWAK.NTI
7 Monday, April 10, commission
p.m.
additional
with Ken Perez, caller. For -
meeting room, courthouse.Fly information call 964-7955. I 11192 Normandy Blvd. /
control ordinance workshopby Normandy Blvd. at Chaffee Rd. KIT 1
County Commission p.m. Child Find... t'ANA MA MI '
Monday April 10, commission BUY 1 GET 1 FREEPay 1/VIIIINF N M. AN.-. .N jK1RA I "--rte
Do know a child with a han- seal LA. 2r ..A0i
meeting room, courthouse. you for 1 game at regular price //7.N ( .)
Council 7 Tues- dicap? IR sew
Hampton : p.m. "
day April 11. City Hall. Child Find is one part of the $1.75 and get 2nd game / 3D B"Wortfi
-Brooker Council i 7:30 p.m. Florida Diagnostic and Learning FREEI COUPON GOOD I
11 City Hall. Resources System (FDLRS) that UNTIL 6/3069/ /LAVONID SOiNAEPI Rrsl/e1 mCw NN11
'Tuesday, April Mon Thuce 10-10. FrllGltSat W ---
Chamber Board of Governors: lends support services to excep- I 10-11 -Sun 1-10 NNY .otVa Lt
17, SFCC Andrews tional student education programs -I MM10r ;,
noon - - - "
Center room. -- i 7aN I: 1'A1

School Board at Middle School: ''atsae I

7 p.m. Monday, April 17, BMS

media Subdivision center. ordinance Need an Electrician? > am's 5rll ,

'workshop 7:30 p.m. Monday, April! QCANAwN '
17, commission meeting room, caii DAN WAINWRIGHT CAM 1.71 11511 U.-
courthouse. : 99 ile
School Board at Vo-Tech: 7 p.m. 964-2236 964-9139 u7tN

Tuesday, April 18. /
County Commission mid-month 36 Years Experience .- All ''Types LORD ULVERT 1 am'L.r4
meeting for zoning: 730; p.m. dtli5 CNrdIRa1 (ass
Wednesday, April 19.1 commlsson Electrical Work -' Single and Three-phase

meeting Kenneth room Etheridge, courthouse.Is to meet Sheriff the Reasonably Priced Work a is 59971.N .+L s

.board about funding to move the I
wooden building onto the county .

Jail site.






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etDlTORtALSNation's Theatre Groups Consolidate in New I



a Association to Carry on TraditionStarke

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has a long theatrical tradition r.. '
that has been revived in recent years, and k ,..
Worst Oil Spill will take on added vigor with the formation
Tuesday of a new group, as yet unnamed, '. ,
consolidating the Bradford Community
'
Due to DrunkenessQ. Players with The Shoestring Players of : 1'
Captain's Santa Fe Community College, Andrews
Center.Dr. "
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HOW SAFE IS OUR ENVIRONMENT off from exploration in the Arctic structor. April, is serving O'Connell as, temporary SFCC drama chair-In- '? ,, "

? wildlife refuge. man of the group. Chris Wilson and Laura

The chairman of the House Merchant Conti represented the Bradford Players in
A. Just as safe as a drunk oil tanker
consolidation movement to
the strengthen
captain can make it. Marine and Fisheries Committee, and home talent theatrics in Bradford County.
When the State of also a backer of drilling in the Arctic The next meeting of the group will be held
an area as large as
refuge, said he still favors legislation to Tuesday April 25,at 5:30 p.m. In the Santa
devastated
Rhode Island can be by one Fe Thereafter the will
with strict room.
permit it, "coupled non- group .
man who has a record of two DUI'sdriving environmental safeguards" meet on the first Tuesday of each month at
( while under the influence of negotiable the same time and place. Thirteen
sober to steer
alcohol)) ... a captain who leaves his sta- like picking captains members of the group's board of directors
tion on the bridge of a ship he is en- tankers, we hope. attended Tuesday's meeting.In .

trusted with, and turns it over to an Columnist Ellen Goodman had this a brain-storming session, the
unlicensed third mate, the ensuing oil comment about these "non-negotiable members were challenged to come up with
spill is not due to the old alibi "human environmental safeguards" that are not their favorite "daydreams, fantasies and
secret longings" for the future of performing 0 J 4 4ndr. ,.
error", it is due to a calculated risk that supposed to let catastrophes like this arts, including drama music and '.% '+,tj r ti. ?p4c F ti ipteZ

should never have been taken.In happen, but do: dance in the Staf.ke/Bradford'County area.

a full page "Open Letter to The "The elaborate safety plans, so im- centering Ideas on the preservation range,and with restora-most

Public", costing Exxon $1.8 million to pressive in their construction, but un- tion of the century-old Rosenberg Building
run in 165 newspapers and magazines in conscionably slow in their execution ... in the Call Street Historic District as a
the country, the corporation's chairman a huge body of water and its inhabitantsleft center for performing arts. There was
apologized for the accident that spilled in the hands of a few all-too- much favorable comment on the quality of \"* t-
talent available In Bradford County that is
240,000 barrels of oil in Alaska's Prince humans. A ship captain who had lost his being neglected for lack of a center for per-
William Sound. license to drive on land, not once, but formances.

The corporation executives have twice for drunkenness ... and a"third Anyone interested in joining the group as

never explained, however, how the mate, uncertified for this voyage. And a patron or a performer may obtain more K.
who, we might add, was miles off coursein complete information by calling Chris
tanker captain Joseph Hazelwood a
,
a passage that was so wide, one of- Wilson or Laura Conti.
with drunk record
driving dating
man a
ficial said child could steer
a a ship
Tradition
back several years, fell through the Long
it.
cracks of precautionary measures that through Seventy-five years ago, Starke was the
large corporations presumably take to And we should not forget that it is not winter home of the Williams Stock Company I

safeguard the public, as well as the en- only the Arctic that is being consideredfor in took the the days theatre when to the theatrical people with com-a y-- i

vironment and the wildlife, from such exploration. Before the spill, Exxon panies repertoire of comedy and serious drama L-

irresponsibility. and other companies wanted oil leases presented under canvas to admiring au-
Hazelwood himself has for oil drilling off the coasts of Califor- diences. Although not a large town at the
Captain ,
nia time, Starke was fortunate because the
Washington, Oregon,
made no explanation. To someone who before
Williams always played here
inquired "what's the problem?" he Massachusetts, and even the Atlantic the cold weather group set in,and adopted Starkeas Romeo, O Romeo
replied with an offhand remark, "I Coast of FLORIDA. They already have their winter quarters to the delight of

think you're looking at it." Now federal leases for exploration in a host local residents who accepted the actors, The artistry of famed Starke photographers Joe and Frank Hoover, is I
Hazelwood is in hiding to prevent being of other areas believed to contain majoroil actresses and musicians as friends and shown in this perfectly posed photograph, believed to be a study of the
fellow citizens during the off-season. wife of the owner of Williams Stock
served with warrant criminal deposits, including the Gulf of Mex- : Company, which played Starke every
a on ___ fall season and made the town their winter home. '
ico, most of Alaska's North and n
charges. An action hardly expected of a Slope, '-

"brave" ship's captain.By large parts of the Rocky Mountains.It triguing such as May Blossom Williams,
is frightening to think that these the beautiful leading lady, and Marie in "Yokel Boy", Judy (or Juliaetta, her
deGafferilla, a stately dowager who real name) went on to fame in Hollywood,
areas might also be at the of type
now, everyone in reach of a televi- mercy i i.H with her pigtails and high pitched yodel-
played dramatic roles. Robert (Bob)
sion set must have seen the scenes of ut- alcohol (or drugs) and a captain who Demorest was one of the comedians of the ing. In keeping with her hillbilly image,
ter desolation and oil-coated animals, has already lost his land-license for group, playing mostly low-comedy Judy claimed Unadilla, Ga. (or Unadilly,

fish, and birds already dead or dying a driving while drunk. Like Hazelwood, hayseed roles. He and his popular wife, as she pronounced it), as her home but
slow death along the slippery shores. In he could be legally drunk at the time his Verna, became permanent residents of Starke folks of that period always knew

its advertisement Exxon said, "I hope siop ran aground on a reef that the Starke stock in their home on Park Place after better.So .
became victim of
you know we have already committed everyone knew was there. more sophisticated company times. a perhaps Starke comes by its
several hundred people to work on the theatrical talent honestly. At least, the

cleanup." That's like sending a child "We would hope that people would not Starke as some readers may not know, new consolidated group will be following in

with a spoon to bail out the Atlantic make a national policy decision of very 4p.k. was the birthplace and early home of Judy a long-standing theatrical tradition by .

Ocean. It would take a battalion of long-rangeimplications in the midst of Canova, comedienne of stage, radio and making good use of its'. -,many'.' .'.talents.. .... for d.aq.. I
workers --movies.. After her smash hit' ,en'Broatfway'/ I 1lipdmiringpubUc.. ,. ';.. [
deal with this problem, but an emotional type: of atmosphere, said I. 111/ "1. i "
President Bush has refused to lend one Exxon official. But who is responsible -

Federal aid for the cleanup. for getting the people into this emotional Ti Letters 1
to The
type atmosphere". Could it be the Editor ....... 1HI
Exxon Corporation's president said ones who allowed Capt. Hazelwood to .k.

Monday he hopes the "emotional type of drink-and-drive and still be licensed?
atmosphere" generated by the Alaskanoil Barriers Broken An Open LetterTo
And speaking of emotions who can Judy CanovaThe By One-on-One
spill will not prompt Congress to re- The Town of StarkeOn
ject the oil industry's request to drill in blame the fishermen and their families CommunicationsTo
wildlife of Cordova, a small town dependent en- Williams troupe erected their large Thursday, March 23, I left the snow
protected areas. President tirely on the fishing industry for being tent on a vacant lot on West_Madison Streetin The Citizens of Bradford County: and cold of Minot, North Dakota, to come
Bush, who said during the election campaign emotional about their,livelihood the present wi -D1xie'area. Their living Recently I had the opportunity to par- to your town. I was driving 2,000 miles to
that he wanted to be known as having ticipate in a cultural exchange on an ex- bury my baby.
'the environmental and their way of life destroyed by an ac- quarters were mostly in houses on tremely personal level: I lunched with Ms.
President" (but who Park Place, which is non-existent today, Gisela Wachholz, the teacher As you may expect, I hated everything
also remain a friend of the oil interests, cident caused by a man while not having been closed for commercial the German exchange organizing from the about Starke for being the one spot on
apparently) rushed into print with a fit to drive on land, was permitted to development.Some German end. program Earth where there was someone who

statement that he saw no reason. to! back: guide oil-bearing tankers at sea. of their names, whether real or It was during this brief period when cer- would take the life of the child I brought In-
to the world 12 years' : I wanted to be
assumed for theatrical effect, were in- tain established social mores were ago
ed, when not only similarities of, and differences mad at you. I needed to be mad at you,
between the American culture because my heart and soul were torn to
and the German culture were discussedand pieces in your town. Then I arrived in
New Secretary of Defense Nat'l. Library evaluated, however briefly, but also Starke.

Week SparksMembership when more personal tidbits were shared. Every person I met, who knew who I
I Existing barriers, not spoken of was, embraced me and cried with me, as if
Making Right MovesIn Drive: however were discarded during this brief my loss was their own. The community
period. Likewise eradicated were pre- gathered like a family to surround us with
Walt Disney and King Kong will be conceived prejudices held both by Gisela love and compassion. But, when I pulledup
featured in the Fantastic Film Fan- and by me,for we addressed some of those beside the church on the morning of the
the brief period that Defense anything, at this point, that is off limits"to tasies program at the Bradford prejudices.It funeral I could hardly believe my eyes.St.Edwards .
Secretary Dick Cheney has been in of- budget-cutting. County Public Library, Monday was during said exchange that I was overflowing with the grief-
April 10, as a highlight of NationalLibrary became, once again, cognizant of the fact stricken faces of those who also lost a pieceof
fice, he seems to be making all the right Week. All showings are free that it is through open and free com their hearts and souls, and I didn't feel
moves to get the Pentagon back on the Cheney.has also announced approvalof and the public is invited. munications that relationships are alone anymore.On .

right track. plans submitted by 12 states to step Peter and the Wolf, Swiss Family established-not superficial relationships, the road to the cemetery,I kept look-
up the use of their National Guard unitsin Robinson, and the Three Little Pigs but rather the ones that are of endearing and en- Ing behind me,but could not see the end to
during cockles the heart -
First off, Secretary Cheney announced the war on drugs. The 12 states, which for will the be shown younger from set,10 and a.m.three to 12 spine-noon that warm the spirit when in moments ones of the line of last cars full of to you who of wished tosay
good-bye one
that he might ask Congress to close include Florida, will be eligible for ex- tingling science fiction classics are quietude memories come rushing back.It your your own.
more unneeded military bases in orderto tra federal funds from a special con- scheduled for young adults from 6 to suddenly occurred to me that, if the As I sat for the final blessing, I felt a
8 world is to become a better place in whichto warm blanket of love around me and my
create "a leaner, more efficient"structure gressional appropriation approved last p.m. pass this so transient period of what we family and I knew that I was not leavingmy
for America's armed forces year to finance such Guard operations. Membership Drive refer to as life, just the sort of exchange baby In the cold,wet ground but I was
and, hopefully, to save wasted money. According to an AP report from The spring season heralds the shared by Gisela and me,unfettered by the leaving her wrapped forever in the arms of
With a display of commonsense that is Washington, Florida is slated to receive start of the annual drive to renew or restrictive chains of society, will be need- the Lord and safe in the hearts of all of you.I .

too often lacking in Washington, the $3.4 million under the program, the sign-up Friends for of the membership Library. Maggie in the ed on a continuing and persisting basis Meghan left your was town at home.In peace because I knew.

Secretary said, "While I understand the largest amount of any state thus far. Miller,president of the organization, Let us be ever mindful that mountainsmay Thank
and God bless all.
be moved, even with the use of the you may you
that of
problems some my colleaguesin stresses the importance of public
( Congress) face ... I just have to A Pentagon spokesman said, "This support of Friends for the continued spoon, one spoonful at a time.Hopeful L.A. Renaud-Hindmaii
believe that there are opportunities for expanded role does not include direct well-being of the library and its pro Nova Burns-Bright ever. (Mother of Meghan Renaud)

economies in reviewing a base struc- participation by Guard personnel in grams.She referred to the library's Infor-

ture that has been basically unchanged drug policing activities, such as arrest mational and educational programs,
for 50 or 60 years." and seizure." The Guard's role is likely, such as tax counseling for the elderly Forestry in Bradford CountyFire
however, to include support for. the and story hours for preschool
FDLE (Florida Department of Law En- children. The library provides
also deflated President materials and
Cheney services free of
Reagan's favorite dream project, Star forcement) in such fields as charge to all residents,and relies on Burns 350 Acresby

Wars, when he said the previous Ad- surveillance and cargo inspections from funding from private, as well as

ministration had "oversold" the proposed foreign countries. governmental, sources. Dave Norton wetter ponds to dry up.The combination of
Free Gifts Available"Last
anti-missile shield to the American Bradford County Forester these three factors created a very
insisted Secretary Cheney has made a year Friends bought much dangerous fire situation last Friday and
public. Although Reagan on businesslike start in approaching Pen- needed shelving, chili-en's books, Well It happened last Friday, March the shaking wasn't over until 350 acres of
ever-increasing billions for Star Wars, tagon problems. We wish him well. and large-print books, and spon- 31stI) The extremely dry conditions, high timber was burned and killed. It took 11
Secretary 'Cheney says "There i isn't sored a special Christmas Story- winds, and a little carelessness allowed"fire a woods tractors to extinguish the blaze,
t. hour," Mrs. Miller said. This year to burn over 350 acres of timberlandhere along with local volunteer fire depart-
i i ... the Friends are offering member- in Bradford County near' the ments.
I ship Incentives, Including Keystone airport. '
PIb BRADFORD bookmarks, book bags, mugs, and This fire should"be lesson to all of us
Cofj colorful certificates. With the dry conditions and no rain In who need to be more careful with fire near
: 4 t The public Is invited to stop by the sight for a few days, it Is now time for the woods.As dry as It has been and as It is
: library pick out a free gift, and to show concern for the potentialwildlife getting,even a small fire from a brush pile
.trrapt! make tax-deductible contribution hazard. The hazard Is growing by can spot over 100' from where it was burn-
in the form of a new or renewal each passing day with little or no predicted Ing. This makes all burning hazardous and

,membership during Library Week. rain.Without that's the reason the Division of Forestry
ot o.rtKHnoN JOHN M.MHUR9o4 Free copies of a Safety Coloring giving specific details,I want to bat denied tome burning requests .
,.......... Book are also available at the explain the problem and how it occurs.
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at library to help teach children safety There were a few points that everyone If you need to report a wildfire, please
skills for avoiding abuse and abduction needs to know about fire In the natw ods. call 1-800-32747S2 in Bradford County.
the Post Office at Starke Florida,under Act.of March 3.1879. t situations. The American High winds and dry,dead grass are causes Remember, if you call us as soon as a fire

Phone 10S Subscription Rate In Trade Area: 14.00 per year $8.00 Hx months 1 Legion is distributing two million of many large fires, once they get started gets started,many fires can be kept small.
P.O.Drawer A;Stark.Florida Outside Trod.Area S I S.OO per year; $8.60 six months. free copies of the nationwide tary they can be impossible to catch and usual- Be careful with fire In the months ahead
school-age children ly end up down valuable trees. until heavy rains arrive, and take
..... burning......... please
.. t t Orv. .1"' tnifn om fl'trw action by calling us when a fire starts.






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April IIK! !) 'I'1'INGItAI'II, ;. .; I'age3A: I

Report Child Abuse ..... ,,'"_.... ..
-Parties Parent Support Group

On Social To Begin in Starke

Toll-Free LineYou :Meetin s'Wedcfings April 18


Are you having trouble communicating j1t.
can report abused children on t liltS toll-froo I'hone Line. with Are

With the of -'Engagements'Mrtns you baffled by yourbehavior"! Do
help
free number a stltc-of-thcNII.t computer system and! a Hiiiule; toll- you have a child with special needs7!
-- l-1100-UG-AHUSK the I Dcnarlincnt of Health rout Uo you wonder if other parents are

ly Rehabilitative and disabled Services adults. wants to('nlill halt to alwse of children l ,the olilor- It e InSJllnnollncements experiencing similar frustationx'Beginning : '

To raise public April 18, a Parent Sup.
awareness shout abuse IIc' lc'ct and of
children disabled exploitation port Group will be meeting for 10
adults
and the elderly, 11 IIS l District :3 rtfriilly held consecutive weeks at the First
community forums
care professionals to encourage law; enforcement, !'thlc'lltorsIIIIIllwlIllh Presbyterian Church located on .
to use the new system. District :3 serves Alachua Highway 230, across from the Brad
Bradford
Citrus Columbia I Dixie, Lafayette, l Lake Levy Cilchrist ford County Hospital. Each session
Hamilton
counties. Hcrnando Marion, Putnam, Sunder, SUW.IIIIHHS and Union will at 6 p.m. with a snack sup
Gild

a The single cornerstone toll-free of the Florida Protective Services System or N'1'ti3, is VietNam GI Bill the per.church.care This will program bo provided is being at 1. ..... .... .m........ ._
number
DOOMXi-AUUSK) ; to report suspected abuse offered to parents ut no charge.
neglect and to exploitation. FPSS also uses a centralized computer tracking! Benefits to Endby Sandra Chcshorough, a licensed Sandra Cht-sborough
system and
assign monitor
abuse neglect mill
tions. exploitation investiga family therapist, specialising in Family Thrrupist

"We want everyone in Florida to know this number and to cull if they William S. (lass leading Parent-Child the Counseling group. will Mrs.be
Not affected
suspect a child disabled adult by the expiration date
or elderly "
person is at risk I liltS District! who has
Chesborough
County Service Officer a private
Administrator Susanne Casey said. are veterans enrolled in the VA's
call." "Intervention can occur only if you The most widely used GI Kill of all other current education programs counseling practice in Gainesvillealso Prom

The hot line number will be printed milk time I is in its final year mid the including those enrolled in the has experience in divorce/fami yartersCLARK'S
on rodeos, slickers
buttons posters and bumper Veterans Administration is ulirling Veterans Educational: Assistance ly mediation and parent education.
grocery luigs. :
television and Publicservice announcements for thousands of Vietnam Km" veterans Program and the Montgomery! ( I She is presently feuding a similar CARDS & GIFTS
newspapers radio also <
have been
televised announcements shows a distributed. One of the that their eligibility period Is about Dill for active-duty, reserve /and National program In the Palatka area with 211 S. Orange St. a 964-8776
wOlllalllislt'ning toa child's cries and
a to end. Guard menders much success.
who
shouting man in the next servedafter
the volume on her stereo.apartment. The womanl'c.'SplIIlIls; | by turning up On December ::11. I'JH'J!), eilueatioii June 30, 19115. For further information contact
"Too often, people 'It's benefits will expire for some 70,1"1:<) ( The Veterans Service (Office is in Robin Lee at the Bradford County
not "
Casey said. "It's easier say to turn my the problem'music and and look the other"way, veterans the VA estimates are still the Bradford County Courlhouseand School Board, 064-61100.! !Looking forward .

The abuse hot line was initiated up in July but has forget only about it.Ixx-oinc potentially eligible some of whom is open on Wednesday of each week to seeing you on AprillH.PHO"fOGRAPlIY Mimi1Th

fully operational Casey said. FPSS replaces u cuinlxirsomc recently and. confusing are assistance.enrolled in schools and receiving from H:30:: a.m. to 4:00: p.m.

Floridians system to that report used abuse 181 different cases.phone numbers throughout the state for Under the law the VA will slop' Happy Birthday!

"Abuse sending til I Bill payments to Homecoming Sunday !
and neglect happen at socio-economic levels and public veterans school Thanks for everything
attending or in
the awareness helpless and," Casey involvement said. are critical slopping the victiini/iition: of training programs resulting from At Victory Baptist By Cathy Wooley Above all, thanks for

qualifying uctivc-duty service Ix-t- Church, Hampton coming to New
All calls to the abuse registry
arc strictly confidential, and 964.6066
withhold their ('lIlIc'I'IIIIIUY ween January 31, 1955, and January
Beach.
names if they choose. Information Smyrna
from (he
is stored in the computer system and sent U local IIUS oil abuse ires hot for line in I, 1977. Sunday,April 9, will be I Homecoming Weddings Engagements Love
vestigation.All abuse calls accepted by the registry must: lxs Some 60,000 currently riiiiillitl Sunday at Victory Baptist AnniversariesCall
investigated
within 24 hours. : veterans will receive periodic on inc Street in I l.iinplon. DonnaDEXTER'S ,
reminders of the J December :31 Dinner will begin at 12:15: p.in.and for Free Consullution/ .

deadline with their VA educational; after lunch, beginning at 1:30:: an
checks this year. afternoon of singing will begin. This
Registration Set I
special guests will be
year
The VA veterans to
For encourages r'Shiloh"
KindergartenMay from Keystone Heights.
take advantage of their remaining
Itcv. Bub Caper and the I'utirc
812Bradford |
in classes
eligibility by enrolling CAFE
church
family invite
before the end of the year. However, cordially
New Arrivals. County School all VA assistance will end on everyone food, to: come and and enjoy I I the GOURMETFriday
fellowship good ,go'-pel' I
.
Kindergarten registration will IK December ::11, the VA cjiutions singing
the week of May 8 12, at I ho appropriate -
...Carla Kay SavageDavid schools. Nite Dining

and Janice Savage of Students are eligible for Edie McCraney, .
Bolivia, N.C., announce the birth of kindergarten old if they arc five ((5) DOC.Ir Handy Long Seafood Thermadore on a Bed of Fluffy White Rice
their years on or before September I t. j
daughter Carla Fresh
Kay, born 1989. Garden Salad
Feb. 3 In Wilmington, at New l lug To Wed April 8 I
To Veg. D'Jeune
Hanover Memorial NC'I complete the registration process $995
Maternal parents need to provide, he( Handy [U>ng and Ethic: McOaoey(: Fresh Baked Bread i
grandparents are Carl will be United in
school with the following items: marriage Saturday,
and Kathryn Stancil of Starke. 1. Birth Certificate. April H, at 7Ml:( ) p.m. in the I Highland; Tea or CofFee
Paternal grandparents were the In 1849.Elizabeth Blackwell was the Church. Located by Fashion
2. Proof of Iinmuni/ations doses' Baptist Stop
\
:
Savage late Brinson of Savage, Sr. and Addie DTP (Dipthcriii, Tetanus, Per first doctor.American woman to become a Family members iiml friends are 964-9071 301 N (across from High School) I
Crosby Lake
tussis); 4 doses Polio; I dose MMIt invited attend.

(Measles, Mump Rubella) ____
Roxanne Fatima Kc/aci 3. Evidence of physical: I'xalllina.tion.
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completed within I the List: :
Hassan and Mary Re/acl of Slai kc twelve months, showing I till ilnM 1 : I
free
from
any contagious or nunmunicublc -
announce the birth of their daughter,
Roxanne Fatima born March 17, at diseases.
Alachua Items and:3 must he recorded llIn
General Hospital in
Gainesville. the appropriate forms that may !hc'

Roxanne Katima weighed 6 ll>s. 12 obtained from the Bradford County -
NEATS.POIJL1RY _
Health Department.Parents _
QUALITY
ozs. at.birth tnd
}, ,joins a liFl'lhc'r.
.\ '' are urged,to begin the,
Alan .Williams\ ear old') unit\\! ;a .registration
?" for ,
process eligible
sister Uos'e Mary7i2 .
years/ .; ,
Maternal grandparents are.q MI'nl.ilHlhllcJrell tbo.WClI'kCIlIIIlUII.r4r, ,'\ ,,, _
there are any questions please fall .
and Mrs.William Oliver Anderson of "
Hawthorne. Robin Lee at 904-t eW,. -

Paternal grandparents are Mr. I
and Mrs.Johnbaba Rciaci or Shiraz,
Iran. Paternal great grandmother is
Mrs. Chorshid Neromand of Shim/, Starke

Iran. Elem. School .

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REPORT CARDS HOME: Apr. 27
Program PlannedThe PARENT EDUCATION ClASS:

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Moore. The choir will consist of the Brooker Elementary May 10. *
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I Ad Litem ProgramHas

***********. ***' *************************** Lamp of .JesusCraftConsignment

Need for More VolunteersThe HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY TO OUR LITTLE *
.
II (Tua.. Sal.1O-5:30)

Guardian Ad Litem programis The Guardian Ad Litem programis learning more, contact Mag SUNSHINE : tgw J'Lrrivaf
in great need of qualified an excellent way for men and McGauley, area supervisor of Guar- *
volunteers In the Bradford and women to serve in a fulfilling role dian Ad Litem program, phone ** Lorene Nichole O'Neal (SISSY) : ALL OCCASION
Union county area.Dozens of abused and help their community at the 1-259-21)92!) Macclenny, or call Coun- II Gift Baskets
and neglected children in the area same time. If you are interested in ty Judge's office in Bradford or : For More Information, call:
need the services of these valuable Union County. : : 964-7109 or 964-5898
volunteers who represent their in- ******************************************
terests before courts, social service
agencies and the community.The .
GAL program will train
volunteers thoroughly to conduct in-
vestigations into a child's
background,monitor a case throughthe
court system, protect the rightsof .
children in court proceedings and a :
insure that a child's wishes are
heard. Most of the court cases are
related to dependency.
Any who has common
person
sense and good judgement can be a % C $ a A g
Guardian Ad Litem. He or she FRYFRS79Ca
should be a person who sincerelycares .
about children and wants to
help them in times of crisis.
Volunteers are matched to childrenon
the basis of how much time they _.d :
are available, usually from two to
ten hours a week.FundRaising.



At Pleasant Grove Set UM a L b.
In this ad good thru

There will be a fund-raising program Sunday, April 9, 1989.Red .
on April 7 at 8 p.m.:at Pleasant
Grove United Methodist Church.
Speaker for the evening will be Bro.
Rowland Cummings.
Guest choir will be Allen Chapel
A.M.E.'s Junior Choir. Everyone is Fresh ,
invited to come and enjoy an evening Cut ffipj *' ;

All of\ proceeds worship. from this programwill Rib yahol eo
go to the Jerry L. Cummings,
'Slicedr
Jr. baby contestant fund.
FREE, STRAWBERRIES o oo1f

Dolly Simpson
Joins Mathews RealtyBob LOINSa
/ ___
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Mathews wishes to announcea .
new associate Dolly Simpson, to .1'i
his agency, Mathews Realty. i
Dolly is a licensed Florida real
estate person for six years; a 128 __ Sunkist
40-year resident of Starke-Bradford
County, 30 of these she served as a
businesswoman.Dolly ioari
invites all\ her longtime LEMONS
friends and customers to contact her .
for assistance if they wish to sell Lb'
homes or property or for purchasing
homes. She can also assist you in t Wise 7 Oz. Coke

phone FMHA is applications.964-4469, and evenings Her office she \ Puffed & Crunchy Cherry 1159 j
can be reached at 9645629. Coke
Dolly also emphasizes the fact CHEESEDOODLES Classic
that she will continue her employ- ;'
ment at Winn Dixie Floral, serving Diet Coke

her customers. Liter 95 <: ;

Woman's Club w d R 4 c Q1 -,

;'ro Meet April 12 Meat/Pt/ t tGW Beef "w r i j
The Woman's Club of Starke will Ali 119
meet Wednesday, April 12, in the M.TNEY Diet Sprite, ''
clubhouse at 12:00: noon. .
This will be Annual Report Sprite ee
meeting and all officers and com- KS
F% Literl.09
mittee chairpersons will make their BIG 8 2
annual reports. Be prepared to turn raturat
in a copy to the secretary.The .
Executive Board will be Coors Light ""I" .... Sunkist Packaged
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representative), venue or jurisdiction of A copy of aid ordinance may be In
| Legal Notices T| this Court. All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS spected by any member of the public at (c) ITV Programd NOTICE ,
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER the office of the City Clerk In the City ( ) Title II ProgramIf The Bradford ECIA, Chapter I Application
BARRED. Hall, Starke, Florida. On the date first you have o suggestions( ) for any of will be written during the month of
Publication of this notice hOI begun on above-mentioned all Interested parties these application, would you please April 1989. If you have a suggestion for
PUBLIC NOTICE merit does not recommend that you seek March 30, 1989. may appear and be heard with respect contact: The' Bradford School Board Office 'the application would you please contact
Th. Sol.CITY OF LAWTEY alternative water supplies at this time. Personal Representative: to this proposed ordinance. 582 N. Temple Ave, Starke, FL : The Bradford ECIA, Chapter I Office
Drinking Water Act posted For more Information, contact Barry ACHAN JENKINS AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF 32091. Phone ((904)) 964.6800. Ext. 33.Itchg406. The School Board of Bradford County
by Congress In
to 1986 requires oil wolersystems Watts ((904)) 782-3454 or contact Kristen Attorney for PersonalRepresentative ) STARKE FLORIDA, ADOPTED PURSUANT 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
possible lead notify their customers about Smeltzer with the Department of Environmental : TO SECTIONS 112.061 and 166041 --- Florida 32091. Phone: 964-6800 Ext 33. I
contamination In drinking ROBYN L. MEADOWS for FLORIDA STATUTES
,
This Regulation ((904)) 798 4200. PROVIDING FOR Itchg406STATEMENT
water.
drinking water system Is currently 4/06 Stchg 4/13 Davis a Meadow, P.A. PAYMENT OF TRAVELING PER DIEM
well below the EPA standards for Attorney for Petitioner AND ENTERTAINMENT EXPENSES
FOR d
lead In drinking water and will continue 408 W. University Ave., Suite 601 EMPLOYEES AND ELECTED OFFICIALS OF
to carefully monitor water quality Even Gainesville, Fl. 32601 THE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA PRO OFNONDISCRIMINATION
;
though the water department Is below NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ((904)) 376-1100 VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
the standards for lead It Is still Central Telephone Company of Florida hal
po..lbl.'or REGISTER 2tchg 3/30.4/6 TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. filed with the Federal Government
lead to enter your water from lead FICTITIOUS NAME Control 026 Darla Jean Christopher a Compliance Assurance In which it assure the Rural Electrification Administra '
pipe and lead older Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida 486 N.Temple Avenue tion that It will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Right Act I.
A. a port of your system's treatment' Statutes, notice I Is hereby given that the Slarke, Florida 32091 of 1964 all requirement of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 o*
process, the pH level and mineral content undersigned RAY C. REDDISH Box L, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Control'048 amended all requirements of the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, a* amended,
of the water or.adjusted to deliver Lawtey, Florida 32058 and G.L.G. TURF, TAX DEED 1 tchg 4/6 and all requirements of the rules and regulation of the U.S. Department of
minimally corrosive water. The effect of Inc., Rt. Box NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Agriculture to the end that
1. 1003, Melrose Florida no person In the United State hall, on the ground of
this practice I I. to produce water that 32666 WILLENE H. GRIFFIN, the holder of the race, color or national
lolnt businessunder origin,
owner doing solely by reason of such
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH person's handicap, or on
dissolve lead
following certificate ho filed said
more lowly than certificates the boils
corrosive the firm name of LAWTEY TURF of age, be excluded from
JUDICIAL participation In, be denied the benefits of,
for CIRCUIT IN AND FOR or
water. a tax deed to be Issued
FARM Box L, County Road 121, be otherwise subjected to
discrimination
Lawtey BRADFORD In the conduct of Its the
The EPA has provided the thereon. The certificate numbers and COUNTY, FLORIDA program or I
water Florida
32058 Intend laid operation of its
department with ,the following Information fictitious name under to the register aforesaid year of Issuance, the description of the PROBATE DIVISION not to discriminate facilities Under this Assurance, this organization Is committed .
: statute.Dated. property and the names In which It was CASE NUMBER: 89.51.CA against any person on the ground of race, color or national tit
Th. United States Environmental Protection this assessed are a* follow: IN RE: ESTATE OF origin, solely by reason of such person's handicap, or on the basis of age In Its s1
27th of March,
day 1989 In policies and
MABEL FUTCH McCLELLAN practices relating to treatment' of beneficiaries and
Agency (EPA) set' drinking Bradford County. Certificate No. 114 participants including
water standard and has determined Year of Issuance 1986 Deceased employment rate, conditions, and extension of service, admission or
that lead Is a health concern at certain 4tpd 4/06-4/27 Description of Property: LOT 3, Blk 2 In NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO access to or use of any of Its facilities, attendance at and participation In any
level of exposure There Is currently a Gahogan Subdivision, Section 21, ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR meeting of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any right of such
standard 'of 0.050 ports per million NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Township 6 South Range 22. Parcel DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the operations of this organiza 4
(ppm). Based on new health Information REGISTER Number 2567. ESTATE: tion. The person In this organization responsible for coordinating the nondiscrimination .
EPA Is likely to lower this standard FICTITIOUS NAME Name In which assessed CHERRY LENNON You are hereby notified that on Order compliance efforts of this organization I II John M. Fain, General
significantly.Part Pursuant to Section 865.09. FloridaStatutes AND WILLENE HILL GRIFFIN.All of Summary Administration has been Personnel Public Relations Manager.

of the purpose of this notice Is to notice I I. hereby given that the of old property b.lngln the County entered In the estate of MABEL FUTCH Any Individual, or any specific class of Individuals, who feels subjected by this 7
Inform you of 'the potential adverse undersigned ROBERT. MAY Rt. 1. Box of Bradford, State of Florida. McCLElLAN deceased File Number organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act by Section
health effects of lead. This Is being done 622 lake Butler Fl. 32054 and MICHAEL Unless such certificate or certificate 89.5J.CA, by the Circuit Court for Brad 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, by the Age Discrimination Act or by the rules
even though your water may not be In A. HONOUR P.O. Box 113 Raiford Fl. shall be redeemed according to law theproperty ford County, Florida Probate Division and regulation of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
personally
may or through
violation of the current standard. 32083, joint owners, doing business described In such certificate or the address of which Is Bradford County a representative, file with the Office ol the Secretory U.S. of .:
EPA and others' are concerned about under the firm name of MORASS 4x4, certificate will be sold to the highest Courthouse, Starke, Florida, 32091 that Agriculture, Washington D.C. 20250, the Office of the Administrator Department
301 South, Starke, Florida 32091, Intends bidder the the total cash value of the estate I I. less Rural Elec I
lead In drinking water. Too much lead In at courthouse FRONT door on trification Administration, Washington, D.C. 20250 the
Office of
; and
the human body can cause serious to register sold fictitious name under the the 20th day of April. 1989. than $25,000 and that the names andaddr..s Enterprise, U.S. Department of Advocacy
Agriculture,
aforesaid statute.Dated of those to whom It has been Washington D.C. 20250, or this
damage to the brain Dated this 10th day of March, 1989.
kidneys, nervous organization, or all, a written
complaint. Such
this 28th day of March, 1989, In assigned by such order are: complaint must be filed not later
.
system' and red blood cell. Thegreatest Clerk of Circuit Court than 180 days after the
alleged discrimination
NAME Robert or by such later dale which
Bradford County. : Lewis McClallan P.O. to the
risk with Of Bradford County, FloridaConirol0007
even short-term exposure Secretary of Agriculture the
4tpd 3/30-4/20 Box 718 Starke. FL 32091. or Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration -
women., I I. to young children and pregnant 3/16.4/6 NAME: lewis Ronald McClellan. 613 extends the tlm.lor filing. Identity of complainants will be kept confidential 1

Lead levels In 4tchg King Cotton Road, Brunswick GA 31520. except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the rule and
your drinking water or. NAME: Margie Sue (Reddish regulation of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
) Tomlinson -
IN THE CIRCUIT
likely to be highest: COURT OF FLORIDA, NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO
ell your home or water system has lead EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR REGISTER 32091., 803 West Cypress Street Starke, Fl IIchg 4/06

pipes orell BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. FICTITIOUS NAME
All persons are required to file with I
home has CASE NUMBER 89-14-CP
Jour copper pipe with Pursuant to Section 86509 FloridaStatutes the Clerk of aid Court WITHIN THREE :
1.0 AND DIVISION 1.4009
: notice Is hereby given that the
ell the home I I. less than five year IN RE: The Estate of undersigned Charles Garrard, 1501 E. CALENDAR FIRST PUBLICATION MONTHS OF FROM THIS TIME NOTICE OF THE all STARKE ALIVE ..!
old or CONSTANCE ELIZABETH JENKINS, Call Street, Starke. ole owner doing claim
against the estate In the form andmanner
ell you have soft or acidic water, oreil Deceased. business under the firm name of Lawtey 1
prescribed by Section 733.703 of
water sits In the pipe for several NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Satellite Systems, Hwy. 301, Lawtoy the Florida Statutes and Rule 5.490 of the
hour administration of the Estate of Florida 32058, Intends to register aid Florida Rules of Probate and Guardianship RenovationJubitee

lead containing material can often CONSTANCE ELIZABETH JENKINS fictitious name under the aforesaid Procedure.ALL .
be spotted through home Inspection, Deceased File No. 89-14-CP. 1 I. pending tatute. CLAIMS AND
In the Circuit Court for Bradford Doled 'this 23rd of DEMANDS NOT SO
plumber can also Inspect your home for County, day March. 1989 In FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
lead-containing material The only Florida Probate Division the address of Bradford County.
way Publication of this Notice has
to be sure about your water' lead content which I I. Bradford County Courthouse, 4tpd 3/23.4/13 April 6, 1989. begunon
I I. to have the water tested. If you P.O. Drawer B, Starke, Fla. 32091. The Control 019 EUGENE F.
name and address of the personal SHAW
are concerned about possible exposureto Attorney for Petitioner
lead, using cold water and flushing representative and the personalrepresentative's NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OR 925.E North, Temple Avenue
your line for a few minutes before each below. attorney are set forth ORDINANCE BY CITY COMMISSION, Starke, Florida 32091
ue can reduce your exposure to (read. STARKE FLORIDA ((904))964.3200 May 6th
To flush your line, allow the water to Interested persons are required to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 4062tchg413NOTICE '
run for o few minutes. Flushing will take file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Ordinance, whose title proposed Shriners Parade
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
less time if there has been recent heavy
hereinafter' will be consideredfor
water use such as bathing or doing laun NOTICE: ((1)I) all claim against the estate final enactment appear, the 18th of The following Applications will be Craft
on day Show &
and Dance!
((2)) objection by an interestedperson Square
It I recommended any
dry. I. to always use to whom this mailedthat April, 1989, at the City Commission written during the month of April 1989:

cold hot water water will to cook dissolve with lead or drink at a faster since the challenges the validity notice was of the will, City meeting Hall commencing, 209 N. Thompson 017:30: p.m.,Street In the (a) State Compensatory Education Program Come One Come All!- Sponsored by DMA& C of C
qualification of the
rate' than cold water. The water depart personal Starke, Florida.! (b) Chapter 2 Program

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.IV Baseball Team Splits a Pair of Games .




pitched the final three innings, KIIS .IV H, Clay 0... terference call at third advancing
struck out 7 allowed one walk, anti the hitter to basel
hits
ve
B.B. i'levatt, 4-1, pitched the first Legal
NoticesNOTICE
allowed -
no hits. It was Crawford'sbest one Tornado error and two fielders
team shut-out of the before the
year
performance of the yearoldwln choices accounted for the five runs. I
i home crowd Friday, March 31
Newberry had base
no after
__ Prevail only loss was a close game the fifth inning. runners NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Board to conduct a public hearing at a
.;; ,;- -u --100 '..1--7 II- to Baker County at Macclenny inmidMach The Tornadoes hack APPLICATION FOR REZONING REZONING AND regular meeting held at 7:00: p.m. In the

.millordMa 110 400 01 7 2 3-1. "the worst game of in the sixth came strong AMENDMENT OF THE Council Room of Starke City Hall, Stark,
the said Coach Purdy. tying the game at 5-5, RONALD E, NEWMAN SR. hot mad Florida, on Tuesday,
,.n A' Oat .... Hlu KBII season, then In the LAND USE PLAN April 25 1989, and
all Prevatt again seventh, scoring application to the Bradford Zoning make a recommendation the
jMh C.Owlold If I I 1 I Going seven Innings, County to Board of
Chili" tnMr .. d I I n four more to seal the win. & County Commissioners
collected 12 strike outs, allowed only Planning Department for An ORDIANCE the Comprehensive and the Board
Andy Ooodownl. F I 0 I 0 "This was a big character building recloulflcatlon of the amending will consider
3 hits and gave 2 walks. property described on Wednesday, May 17,
up
Land Use Plan Element and
Ornery Pr vaH IS I 0 0 0
game, said the coach. "I am proud below from EA to OR 168 the 1989 at the Commissioners Room
l...mf Crawford At the first meeting, in Green : acres Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance of the
.. l llHC, 4 0 I I Cove, the Tornadoes won 7-1, with of the way they came back strong Southeast Quarter of Section 32, with the local Gov.rnm.ntCompr.h.n.lv. Bradford County Courthouse, Staike, ,
....,. CP 4 0 0 0 after being down 5-1." Township' 7 South., Rang 22 East, out of Florida, at 7:30: p.m. and Ordinance
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Terry Berry pitching. Act of 1975
Planning
K.n CatMon. .. I I I 0A.hl.y Parcel 05161, located mile as relating to:
seven
Aldoy' MK I 0 0 0 provided for In Chapter 163 of the
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.vln, loon. C I 0 0 I Cloy c'; .,; 000 O 0-0 iI Prevail Southwest of Starko and Southeast of Florida Statutes. The rezoning of the following described .
odloro OJI. >02 x-' 11 l ITornado B.B. started the game as Hampton, off C.R. 18 onto S.E. 25th. go To All Citizens, and other property and amending the Comprehensive
Upcoming... hitting' '-!-Andy- -Ooooownl- 1.4. II.- ProooH- pitcher, and in two innings struck on. mil. Southwest on to private road Interested: .Taxpayers land Use Plan to provide

Next game is after Spring break. I.. Join Crawford I.>. Joff Co"'., 1.1, N.. Ion out three and allowed/ no walks. on designated property, to be used for Bradford persons.The and Plan- that land currently toned EA and

BUS hosts North Marion High Monday Corllon 1.2. Kovln, 5o... I.1. ChI) Snow I-> Chris Snow finished the game, rural residential and agricultural propery nlng Board conducted County a Zoning public hearingon designated by the plan as Agricultural
struck out six and walked be rezoned to CI, and designated
four in five
ADII! 18 Tuesday, March 38 1989, on the
innings to get the win. Snow is 4-1, The Bradford County Zoning Board below listed application and will make arecomm.ndallon Highway Commercial the property of
The Tornado J V nine shut out Clay his only loss to North Marion at conducted a public hearing on Tuesday, MICHAEL KANE, described as follows:
BUS .IV 9. Newberry 5... to the Bradford County
8-0 in Starke and had March 28 1.12 ac., parcel 02099000000, Sec. 10
Ihgh 8.0, a Sparr, March 10. 1989 on the above listed Commissioners' for their considerationand ,
lose game Monday April 3, with The Tornadoes scored the first run "--- rezonlng application and will moke a action the final Twn. 6 S., Rng. 22 E, located 11/2 mile
host New berry. in the opening inning and carriedthe i rodford; 100... 4-. i IN recommendation to the Bradford County for this at prescheduled for North of Stark. off West Side of U.S. 301.
(:nod hitting. and good pitching no 1-0 lead into the bottom of the rborrl 000 OKI 0-1 7 IToritodo Commission for their consideration and hearing application rezoningand alGI 240'x239'. to use for Motorcyrle
amendment of the Land Use Plan
limited for the Coach fifth when Newberry scored its five Hlnlnoi' ;;o.) Crawford I.1. Chris, tnow;;11. action at the prescheduled final hearing on Repair Shop.
wins,
i says Andy Ooodownl 14. 11. ,,.,." |.4. Jo,..... for this Wednesday, April 19, 1989 at the Commissioner's You are further given NOTICE that
I'mdy whose team rose to a 9-2 runs. Crawford I-J. Jolt Car.., I.9, M..,. bone I.>. rezonlng application to be held Room of the Bradford County of' said a
MVIsnn rivnrd! The first run was scored on an in- oono !U riding U .von gom.hitting' ,'reak.I Wednesday, April 19, 1989 at 7:30 p.m. Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 7:30: p.m, copy available for proposed ORDINANCE is
In the Commissioner's Room of Bradford your Inspection at the office
on Ordinance relating to: of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng .

County this Courthouse time the Bradford, Stark,County Florida.At Commission The rezoning of the following described City Hall, Thompson Street, Stark
Weightlifters Edged by Two PointsTornado property and amending the Comprehensive Florida.
will make the final decision on Land Use Plan to providethat Each and .
the proposed application for rezoning land every person having any Interest
currently zoned RSF-MH-I and
whatever in the enactment of thus,
weight lifters were edged Clint Reed, 198! pound class Wyatt Collins 170170340. after advertisements having had and two public All hearings Persons, designated by the plan as Rural proposed ORDINANCE should appear

.HI.41 l by Middleburg High last 33J-2110.6H1( ) ( up 5 pounds Julius Harden 185-165-350, up 10 interested in this application posting. are hereby Residential-Mobile and Home, be rezoned to and be heard at the time and place

Wednesday, March 29! and now have Lance Wiggins, 132 pound class, pounds. given notice of time and place for the CSV of designated THOMAS F.Conservation SMITH, described th.prop.rty .- prescribed.

.1 3-2 season record 230-200-4:10, up 10 pounds. Leon Jackson 180-225-405, up 10 final public hearing. follows BOARD OF BRADFORD
15.56 of
as : acres out Sec. 26
COUNTY
John O. Williams was trying to get COMMISSIONERS
Second place: pounds. Director Zoning & Planning and Sac. 35, Parcel 00805 0-00730, Twn.
.
down to the 132 pound class but missed Trammell! Jones, 250-235-485 10 Bradford County 1 tchg 4/06' ) tchg 4/06'
Keith Jenkins, 181 pound class up 6 S., Rng. 21 E., located four miles ____
by; a pound and a half, says Coach 250-275.525, Up 5 pounds. pounds. Southwest of Storke off S.W. 11 Ih St. --u

Lamer Clyatt, so that limited the Brian Kendrick, 235-220-455, up 5 (k.a. Sampson Trestle Rd.) off Northeast

Tornado chances. Third place: pounds. NOTICEAPPLICATION side of Sampson Lake, to be used for

"But we improved a lot," said Dwight Allen, 220 pound class Josh Lewis 175-155-330 up 5 FOR REZONING Recreational Vehicle Park and Cam NOTICE OF INTENT

Coach Clyatt, not entirely displeasedwith 375-285-660, up 5 pounds. pounds. pground. This Is an application for CLUP TOCONSIDERENACTMENT
the match. Clyde DeSue, 181 pound class NORMA J. OWENS has mode application amendment OF TWO ((2))

BUS was to compete April 5 with 255-270-555, Up 25 pounds.Bill to the Storke Zoning & Planning You are further given NOTICE that a PROPOSED ORDINANCESBY

Keystone High. Hamilton, 198 pound class Keith Linzy, 265, up 5 pounds. Department for reclassification of the copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is THE BOARD OF COUNTY

Results of the Middleburg match, 290-270-560, Up 20 pounds. Thomas McCutchen, 210200410. property described below from B-2 to available for your Inspection at the office COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD

in alphabetical order, and by place: Derrick Long, heavy weight class Jason Norman 225200425. RP: 130 N. Cherry Street Parcel of the Director of Zoning and Planning COUNTY FLORIDA

2110-225-505, down 5 pounds. 03065-000000, Sec. 28, Twn. 6 S., Rng. City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the
First place: John O. Williams 148 pound class 22 E., 0.24" ac., 10,500 Sq. Ft. Lot at Jefferson Florida. first day of May, 1989, beginning at

Jr. Acevedo, 220 pound class, 260-210-470, up 20 pounds. T.J. Orion,, 160-175-335 down 15 and Cherry Sirs., to put propertyIn Each and every person having any In. 10:00 A.M., the Board of County Com
375.2115-660, down 10 pounds from the Lifters who did not place: pounds.Roland. a residential-profession classificationso terest whatever in the enactment of this missioners of Bradford County Florida
previous week's total. The 375 Shafer property cpn be used for residences proposed ORDINANCE should appear In regular session to be held at the
Don Brewer 260-195-455 255-245-500
pounds refer to the bench press the Gary up 10 down or offices. and be heard at the time and place Board meeting room at the Bradford

205 pounds refer to the clean and 15 pounds. pounds. The Storks Zoning and Planning Board prescribed. County Courthouse, Starke, Florida will

jeik. for a MiO total. Acevedo is the Kelly Brown, 175-145-320, no Issac Williams 220-195-415 up 10 conducted a public hearing on Thursday BOARD OF BRADFORD consider the following ordinances and

strongest athlete at BUS now. change pounds. March 30, 1989, on the above listed COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the proposed enactment thereof:

Josh Crawford 123 class Jo - . rezoning application and will make a tchg 4/06' 1. 10:00: A.M.: An ordinance updating
170 J Ifid( ..HO: up 10 ,pounds.pound J***** ***** ***** ***** **'" '"""'w'r1"t'rw"4< recommendation to the City of Starke Bradford County Ordinance 70.2 relating

Commissioners for their consideration to animal industry, adopting minimum
John Uempse 114 pound class
,
and action at the prescheduled final NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR standard' for the control of flies, maggats .

175-150-325 AI Jones, up, 35 148 pounds pound class, IF THE SUN DON'T COME UP TOMORROW . % hearing for this rezoning application to REZONING AND and rodents and for the preventionof
be held Tuesday April 18, 1989, at 7:30 AMENDMENT OF THE unsanitary conditions In feed 'lots,
I r
*
275-250-525, Up 15 pounds 4r p.m. In the Council Room of Starke City LAND USE PLAN barns, buildings, or kennels In which

| Hall, Starke Florida.At animals are bred raised, housed or
I"" .' HAPPY BIRTHDAY this time the Starke City Commission An ORDIANCE amending the Comprehensive maintained for any use, adopting exclusive

STARKECHURCH will make the final decision on Ih.propol.d Land Use Plan Element and methods for disposing of dead

OF GOD '1 JoHNS application for rezoning after Mop by Bradford County, Florida in accordance animals' providing a penalty providing
1
I 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Jo/C j having had two public hearings, two with the local Government an effective dote.
advertisements and posting. All Persons Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Substance' of contemplated OrdinanceIs

John Spratlin PastorWe it interested in this application are hereby provided for In Chapter 163 of the to update current Ordinance 70.2

(InvUe !you lo worship/ with us. 4c4r given notice of time and place for the Florida Statutes.To which pertains to Animal Industry.
Attended Nursery 1< two public hearings required : All Citizens, Taxpayers and other 2. 10:15: A.M.: An ordinance, to pro.

ameluyahool . . . .. lOam @ WE LOVE YOU Director Zoning & Planning Interested The Bradford persons.County Zoning and Plan vide for the control of excavation activities .

MumlngWorshlp . . . 11 amiondngsamice Starke, tchg4/06' ning Board conducted a public hearingon for fill borrows or borrow pits in

[ : . . . . 6pmWVdnrwInv a March the Bradford County, to protect the naturalresources
Tuesday, 28. 1989,
JEWEL & PEGGY on health safety and welfare of
Youth . ... .. 7.OTpni NOTICE
i$ *** ******** ************ ********* ****** SPECIAL. EXCEPTION below listed application and will make a the citizens of Bradford County,
'" APPLICATION'. recommendation lo the aradfor4Cquntyl i 'Substowee-of' contemplated OrdinanceIs ) .'

Commissioners' for their considerationand to provide,for the control of excavation -

HOWARD R. CORL has made application action at the prescheduled final activities for fill borrows or borrow
hearing for this application for rezoning
-a for SPECIAL EXCEPTION ESSENTIAL pits within Bradford County.
and amendment of the land Use Plan
on
Said contemplated Ordinances be
SERVICES (allowed In all classifications) may
Wednesday April 19, 1989 at the Commissioner's
for Cable TV Tower and Disc to the Inspected by the public at the Office of
Bradford Board of Adjustment Room of the Bradford County the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford
County on
property that Is classified EA Exclusive Courthouse, Starke. Florida at 7:30: p.m. County, Courthouse, Starke, Florida,
an Ordinance relating' to: during the regular business hours of 8 00
below
and described
/ Agriculture : The rezonlng of the following described A.M. 5:00: P.M., Monday through Fri-
5 acres out of Parcel 00396-0-00000, and
property amending the Comprehensive
Sec. 17, Twn. 7 S., Rng. 20 E., South ofBrooker day.All
Use Plan
Land to providethat Interested
parties at
may appear
off C.R. 235.
,
land currently zoned RSF-1 and sold and be heard
will meeting with respect
The Bradford County Zoning Board
CENTEL designated by the plan as Rural Residential thereto
review the application and make arecommendation be rezoned to OR. and designated Doted this 4th day of April, 1989.
Bradford
the
to County
Agriculture, the property of BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .
Board of Adjustment for their public
LONGCHAMP HOMES JERRY WILSON, BRADFORD COUNTY,
hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m., in the described as follows: 1.57 ac. out ofparcel FLORIDA.

Where people connectGRANDMA Commission meeting room of City Hall, 04703-B.00000. k.a. Deerwood Ray Norman, Clerk
.X j 209 N. Thompson Street, Starke, Florida,
Subd., Sec. 5, Twn. 7 S., Rng. 22 E, Control 045
on Tuesday April 25, 1989. At this time, located 1/2 mile South of Stark off EastSide 46.20I
all persons will be heard concerning this of U.S. 301 to take out of Deerwood 3tchg

application as specified in the Bradford Subd. and put In rural residential -

Starlet dumps rotary County Zoning Codes. agriculture.You .

Director, B.C.B.of ADJ. are further given NOTICE that a

phone. New love tchg 4/04' copy of said proposed ORDINANCE is

available for Inspection at the office CALL FOR BIDS
TOUCHCALLCOOL your Sealed Bids will be received the City
NOTICE of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng by

SPECIAL EXCEPTION City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, Commission of the City of Starke,
APPLICATION Florida. Florida at the City Hall In Starke, Florida

until 7:30: Tuesday 18, 1989
Each and every person having any Interest p.m. April
THOMAS ft CATHY PERRYMAN has whatever In the enactment of this at which time and place all bids received

made application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION proposed ORDINANCE should appear will be publicly opened and read aloudon

ESSENTIAL SERVICES (allowed In and be heard at the time and place the following:
all classifications) for storage of chop- prescribed. The Following Items Declared Surplus

vehicle tires in existing for BOARD OF BRADFORD Property By The City:
grow pit. In accordance with all applicable COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Item No. 1: 1975 Ford B.600 Bus
Item No. 2 1967 GMC 2 1/2 Gar-
Ton
Federal State A to the local 1 tchg 4/06' :
She gives Y4 regulations to the Bradford County barge Truck ((7500))
up 3 rA s Board of Adjustment on property that Is Item No. 3: 1969 Dodge Wayne

classified RSF 1 and described below: NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Sweeper
rotary phoneforTOUCHCALL. REZONING AND Item No. 4: 1982 Ford LTD 4. Door
:, Two ((2)) acres, more or less, of twelve -
AMENDMENTOFTHE Item No. 5. New
: In..nollonolSp..d'
acre Parcel 05710 0-00100. Sec. 23 Twn.
B Rng. 22 E., located ten miles South of LAND USE PLAN f Process TransmissionItem
No. 6 Fuller Transmission
; Stark, off S.E. 43rd' St., (k.o. Speedville : 5-Speed -
Rd.) and C.R. 21 B. An ORDIANCE amending the Comprehensive
Faster dialing The Bradford County Zoning Board will Land Use Plan Element and Item No. 7: Electric Motor Large

review the application and make a Map by Bradford County. Florida in accordance 3-Phase Motor (In running condition)
win with the local Government Item No. B: Camper Topper Fits
helps recommendation to the Bradford County
Act of 1975 Wheel Base
Comprehensive Planning as Ranger Long
Board of Adjustment for their public
provided for In Chapter 163 of the Item No. 9: 1967 Ford Pickup
hearing to be held at 7:30: in theComml..lon
call-in contest p.m.
Florida Statutes. The City of Stark reserves the right'. to
of Hall,
meeting room City To All Citizens. Taxpayers and other accept or reject any or all bids
209 N. Thompson Street, Starke, Florida,
Interested CITY OF STARKE,
Tuesday 25 1989. At this time, persons.You
on ,
I April
and each of you are hereby and BY: Jerry Wodsworlh
all will be heard this
persons concerning herewith given notice In accordance Director of Purchasing
t i application as specified Codes. In the Bradford _. with Florida Statutes that the Board of CITY OF STARKE,

County Zoning County Commissioners of Bradford BY: N.ill.Tucker City Clerk
Director ..C.B.ofADJ.'
,
County Florida have designated the 4/06' 2tchg 4/13'
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Boys Varsity Track Team.:.. Girls Varsity Track Team...

The boys varsity track team for 1989: Back row: Reggie Sheffield, Cam Ward, Tyrone
The girls varsity track team for 1989: In back: Della Scott, Terry KItties, Aliens Williams
Front row (Ito r): Larry Green, Tim
Graham, Tim-
Sanders Tom Bradford, Steve Thornton, John Loper,
my Taylor, Maurice Page. and Coach George Loper. Seated In front Coaches George Loper and Annie Christy Harrell, Aurllla Williams, Geana Holllday.
Williams. Ramona Tennant.
Second row Coach Annie Williams, Robert Nichols, Chris Dinkins and Andre Lee were absent.
Kenny DeSue. Rodney Mosley, Allan Jenkins. Standing, front row (I to r), Bridgett Holder. Mary Absent were Arkeva Williams and Monlque
Ann Jenkins Krista Oehl, Katina Kelly, Shanelse Williams.
Williams and Kim Hampton.



I Burger King Invitational


Hosted by Track Team I BRADFORD COUNTY ,


The 22nd annual Bradford Burger ner and runner-up in both boys and
King Invitation track meet is set to girls divisions. There will be a high
begin at 10 a.m. Saturday,April, on point girl and high point boy.
the Bradford High oval.It The oldest girl's record, going
is the biggest track meet of the back to 1978,is 5'2" in the high jump.No tttltg! apb
spring here, with 17 girls teams and girl has jumped 5'2" this spring.
17 boys teams expected. Some 400 Oldest boys record is in the 880
athletes and officials are expected to run, 1:58.5, held by Gibson of .
spend the day at the track. Admis- Palatka and was in 1970.
sion is $2.Schools.
It takes dozens of helpers to run
expected to participate, in such a big meet, says Coach Loper, Bradford for 110
Serving County years.
addition to Bradford High, are: Clay who expresses his appreciation to
High,Eastslde High,Episcopal High assistants and volunteers. The
of Jacksonville, Ocala Forest, I In- helpers will include Supt. Jim Dun-
terlachen High, Gainesville High, can and Bradford administrators.
Lake Weir High, Robert E. Lee High Buddy Paterson will be the starter. V .
out of Jacksonville, MiddleburgHigh All the field events, trials and '
Allen NeaSe High out of finals, will be in the morning. :
St.Augustine, Newberry High, North Our
Marion High, Oak Hall High,
Palatka High, Santa Fe High, and Preliminaries, starting at 10:30 f
Ocala Vanguard. a.m., in the running events will be in 4
the high hurdles, 100 meter dash,330 'Y .
hurdles, and the 220 dash. /
There is more across the board
balance this year than most, says Finals begin at 1 p.m. \NNIVEBSAB

Coach George Loper. Scott Peters, Honored
the Gainesville boy who has run a Loper ;
1:52: half mile, will not partcipate. Coach George Loper was one of
The performance level of both the five Florida track officials honoredfor ISSUE
boys and girls is about as even as it their service. Loper has servedfor
can get, Coach Loper says. 25 straight years.
One of the better girl's teams is The coaches were honored Satur-
Newberry, enjoying a good year. day during the Florida Relays. Each
One of the better boy's teams' is received a Florida Relays watch. .
Ocala Forest. The other officials were: Olympic
The equalizer is, there is only one starter Walter Welch, head ,finish, I ,.1" -IS.
entrant.pert. school,per rftVfiot.i.'Xbeone lige,4udga.Dald.3houIpson.fiaiaha .""''
,entry' minimizes .justvibeing: ;. line inspector Jim Gretsky/and Tom
blown away by depth. There will be Turk, head of the Florida officials.
both team and individual scoring. Coach Loper is the Acutrack of-
Ribbons will be given for the first ficial, who determines the winner in comingthis
six places. There will be a team win- all races.



I Williams Sets RecordSophomore I


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Monique won
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the triple jump with a leap of Uwt Putt ) Mnl...i.* Willi.... WIT. 6)) Aurill

record 33'5tt",, a for new the Bradford only Tornado High School first WlIII.I..r.D....... 3)) Mnl..il. WllllwM H" ". 0.... H>'IM.y summer -I II Ig
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place Saturday, April 1, at the 44SD.1. *$..fan.I 1))Err.Tnpl. MnUiM. Wllll.m. 330:5-.r
Orange Park Invitational. Or.jUr1 Men....... ....rd 0)) Kim H__114", :
There are no team scores for that shMM wmtarm trr.
meet. Ribbons were given for the BdYS* Events: .;.;. Y
first six places. Winners got a medal
1M Hloh HurdUu Tyro*.!.wd.,..7.W''In HriMwric
with a ribbon. burrk In hi h. ..
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If you have any information that depicts .


I Recreational NewsRec the history of this county or area, call '


News... contact 964-0792. the' Recreation Dept., us immediately 964-6305. :;i

Anyone interested in keeping Anyone interested in umpiring '. _' ,
score for baseball and softball softball for men and women should : .
games please contact the--Recreation '- be at Pratt Street Center Tuesday, :

Department, 964-6792. April 18, at 7 p.m. for an organiza- ..yrt i ADVERTISE IN THE I
Softball and T-Ball registration is tional meeting. ; ; '
now in progress. Deadline to sign up ,

is May 23. Fee: $10. Ceramics classes are held each -:". : j i
Baseball, umpires 'clinic will be Monday night, 7-10 p.m. and & :
Tuesday April 4, at 6 p.m. at Ed-! Wednesday mornings, 9 a.m. until 'tttltgtapb.!
wards Road Little League Field. $15 noon. Lillie Ann Johns, Instructor.; : i 1
per game will be paid to Dixie Boys, Classes held in old armory (the /
umpires. Anyone interested may Starke Recreation Department).
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I JV' Splits a Pair of Games ; : WHERE YOUR AD STAYS IN THE


DAYS. .
HOUSE FOR 5-7
.
two went to second on a passed ball, and
B Bradford junior varsity split
ball by Josh
scored on a fly
10-3( for
week to
games this past go
Crawford in the second Inning.
the season. BHS a third run -.
Bli3'In In the fourth, got "
beaten 24-3 by .
Baldwin High,
went to
when Ken Carlton singled,

the night the Tornado, April two team 4,JV'In first Starke.nine meeting 7-5 BHS Tuesday beat beat) third second on on an a error wild Kevin and pitch Boone.scored, moved on to a Do you know' another business that has "served l ; '

sacrifice by
Newberry High 9-5 Monday in, The final fly two runs came In the ? If let :
Newberry. Last Friday BUS beat seventh.Josh Crawford started with Bradford :County for no'years so, please
'

Clay hitting"We High/Just'.said 8-7.waited BHS Coach too long Brett to start'ur-t':' another fielder's Baldwin single didn't choice,moved make by the to Chris second play Snow.to on put a',' us, 'know, we will make them a. .part of ourcelebration. : #

d second anthird.I '' '
The BHS runners on '
first time the two teams metl steal ; : ,
double ,
242. After another : :, ; .
BHS I
In Baldwin won Crawford and Snow scored on a two '
,"I believe they played the game of! Goodowns. '
RBI single by Andy : '
thehf lives," said Coach Purdy.\ BaldWin led all the way. BIB had r. R. '." I
Baldwin made some spectaulardefensive run at the plate In the V
the-tying
plays he added. : but he hit Into a double ;tr.r.z.ssu NQiV. '
seventh, .
ing BUS when scoredone Josh Crawford run In the and Chris t play., Andy The Goodowns final batter, In his struck first out.start.' Reserve your ad,.space for our- n.i.V ) ; .t' :

had a :
Snow led with singles; they all .
double steal, and Crawford scored]I pitched runs four on Innings five hits and, walked gave up five ti ....,, ,. } Xti> '. ., 7."I, ,. .
on u acriflce by Andy Goodowns. and out six.JeremxCcawford: .
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Ken Carlton admitted on an error, "rap 2A -. ...... -.. !
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Page IDA TKLKGKAPII: April 6, I'JSlI!


GHS Shoots Super Round
,
Boy's Tennis Team

Hand Golfers First LossGainesville a


Gets WinThe
High shot a super Mark Murray both had 39's. Biggest
round of golf to beat the Tornadoes BHS played Clay High at Magnolia v.
I 148-152 to hand the Bradford High Point last Thursday BUS shot 153.
team its first loss of the season. Clay High shot 201. 1
BHS is now 13-1 after the week's BUS boy's tennis team got one Shuford, 8-1 over Rick Barnett; an
play. In the Clay High match BHS junior of the biggest upsets in the history of 8-3 victory by Smith over Wayne
David Elder shot a two-under-par 34. 1X the team Friday when they defeated Cason; a 9-7 win over Chris Allen by
Link Bishop shot 39, and Mark Mur- powerhouse St. Agustine High 4-3 on Welch and a 9-7 win by Shannon
Middleburg shot a 163 in the Ti- ray and Bill Hamilton each shot 40. the road. Hicks on court five.
match on the Starke Golf& Country -
Club course Tuesday afternoon. Hildebran and Shuford defeated

GHS had a 36, two 37's and a 38,fora Upcoming... This is a great win for our guys Johns and Barnett 9-7 on court one in
shows how much they have doubles and Smith and Welch beat
four-over-par performance BHS goes to Lake City today and it
(Thursday, April 6)) to play Colum- improved since they (St. Agustine) Cason and Allen 8-2 on court two.
BHS match is
The next Thursday,
bia High at the Lake City Country beat us earlier in the season, com-
BUS shot of its better rounds. April 6 at Baker County.
one Club. It will be the first meeting of mented an excited BHS Head Coach ; .
It's the third time BUS has shot
a McGriff. "I we keepup
the two teams this season. Jerry hope can
152. Their best round to date is 151. the momentum from here on in to The BHS guys avenged another
"GHS just shot a super round) of the district tournament." earlier loss when they beat Keystone
golf," says Tornado Coach Mike BHS is then idle until the following Heights 4-3 March 30.
Sexton. "It took a good round to beatus Thursday, April 13, when the Tor-
nadoes down to Palm Coast. The winners for the Tornadoes
noted Coach Sexton. go The BHS wins Singles
boys got singles
David Elder and Ed Douglas) led Palm Harbor golf course is a toughiefor Shuford included: Kirby Jo Hildebran's 8-3
from Mark on court two, an
BHS with 37's. Bill Hamilton and the Tornadoes. win over Derek Courtney on court
8-5 winner Tomas
over Tylecek;
one; Shuford's 8-1 win over Brian
Richard Smith court three 8-1
on an
Grant and Welch's 8-4 win over Chad
"? win over Scott Shelar and on court
9t! Mosley.
PLAY WINNING TENNIS >t.
: four by Chad Welch, who defeated
'' f. Adam Feher 8-2. Blain McChesney
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of ; 'P.!>_'. beat David Mesfin 6-4 in an exhibi- the Hildebran and win Shuford for their picked up
deciding team on
!" 310 PER HOUR N.'i :. tion match.In the number one doubles court withIn

CALL MARK AT STUDENTS INCLUDE KHHS .. : ', .', 8-2 win over Courtney and Grant.
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TEAM MEMBERS ; "
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9M-6WSOR473d38O 4 ...:; -. doubles Shuford teamed up with
':: \ "__. Kirby Jo Hildebran to beat
.: ,' .,! Desrochers and Brannigan 8-5 for The BHS ladies lost a close 3-4
the deciding match of the day. decision to KHHS.


RiteWayRoofing .. \ .
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The ladies had only one of their top Winners in singles for the girls In-
four players available and lost 0-7.
cluded Carrie Shaw's 8-6 win over
._
Co. Seed... Laura Bruning on court one; Myra
Top The boys picked up ther fifth win Cruz's 8-1 win over Myra Cruz on
BUS top seed Kirby Jo HII Jelran cppraocbe the net cgabut Keystone Height in a row when they defeated Live court four and Jill Strickland's 8-1
u the rapidly Improving boy.avenged an earlier Iou to the Indian with a 4-' Oak 6-1, picking up singles wins by win over Shea Cremer on court five.
367 Lake Street Starke win.

964-3392 964-7612 964-2976

Tornado Baseball Team Wins ConsolationRain I

(uRi m; 1rII DATE ]

Tuesday evening at Palatka Santa Fe Invitational... are ranked fourth in area standingsin The Tornadoes collected four runs
cancelled the first round of
games Taking Gainesville High 8-1 in the class 3A and 4A teams by the in the first inning on four hits and
the Palatka Invitational Baseball
Conventional Homes consolation game of the Santa Fe In- Gainesville Sun. one walk.
0 Tournament. The game pitting vitational Tournament Saturday Kelly Dyal, 3-1, went all the way, Jason Johnson'led off with a dou-
& Mobile Homes Bradford against Bishop
) rescheduled for Kenny Wednes-was afternoon, April 1, the Tornadoes winning his first game as starting ble, Cordell Strong was walked,
W.T. Turner, Owner I day 5) at yesterday 1 ( moved to a 12-6 season record, and pitcher. Jackson fanned then Travis Long hita
April p.m.
run scoring double. Two more hits
netted the four run inning. ,'
JBBMK! 1 h t I Gainesville's second baseman hit
a two run homer in the second inn-
ing, to bring the score to 4-2.
In the bottom of the third, Tim
Lewis hit a home run with Long on
MOTORS I base with a single, for a 6-2 lead.
TERWILLEGAR The top of the fifth GUS scored
two more runs on one hit, one walk
S and two Tornado errors,but the Tor-
nadoes came back with two runs of
their own on a single by Long, walk
by Lewis, and a two run single by


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The Tornadoes met Jacksonville

Ford Festiva aith air G Beach Fletcher Saturday morning
Buys a new Cl and rolled to a 12-5 victory on 12 hits
E S cor t 2-D 00 r conditioning.Several to choose from. N \\\.; and two Fletcher errors, to qualifyfor

the consolation final.
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Air Conditioned AM/FM ./i' l'> In the first inning Fletcher loaded
:\ the bases, but tough Tornado pit-
Stereo S ONLYs1.l' ching limited Fletcher to one run.
O. 1 Digital, Clock w/Console .. 90. 2.9 ()f. In the bottom) half, Bradford also
loaded the bases but scored
Power Steering $154.40 /O no runs.
.
((0... / .. Fletcher added three in the top of
.:
Rear Window Defogger mootC"1t. h. the second, for a 4-0 lead, but the
And Much, Much More' per Tornadoes came" back with eight
runs on two doubles by Tim Lewis in
the inning. Almost everyone on the
team got at least one hit in the inn-
ing, said Ass't. Coach Jeff Zuraff.
Bradford added three runs in the
O 1989 Thunderbirds from $14,995 fifth inning, and held Fletcher

J. $ 1 0 4 9 5 .2.9% 1989 Ford Bronco XLT from $18,895 them scoreless one more until run the in seventh the last, frame.giving

n. : 9 1989 Ford Bronco II from $12,363 .
v IM 000 I- I 41Ml
1989 Ford Ranger XLT from $ 9,175 .df.d OM .-11 11. 4
r1.I., AIM *in. HIM Milt
1989 Ford Aerostar.from $13,795 -..., 4 I I I
Ford F150 Lariat XLT ....... I 1o.I
1989 Ford Crown VICt. from $16,995 -- I, .IM .. ..

2 I .5Sp..d.AiCondtioned 1989 Ford Taurus Wagon from $13.495 .4 1I 1t a I aI1. I

0 1989 Ford Tempo GL from $ 9,995AMFM a a 1
I Speed/Iilt" Tachometer 4 I 1 1.r

Stereo W/Cassette/ 1989 Ford Probe GL from $11 '895 1...-t... I 4 t I a I .1

Window .....bM>.Uwl in.
I Sliding Rear r 10- 1988 Rangers f from $ 6495
And Much, Much More BIIS 0, Eastside 1...
In first round play of the tourna-
ment, the Tornadoes met
Gainesville Eastside, and lost a
TERWILLEGAR'S Used Cars & Trucks game they should have won. "
"Base running errors killed us,

jSJPISk Walnuti kit &M IS i ia lTerwiilegar said caught Coach between Zuraff.bases Runners and kept were from

scoring several times, he said. The

1987 F350 XL 1987 Chevy Cav CL 1986 Chevy Pickup 1982 Ford Crown Vic. only unearned.run scored A pop in up the In game the Infield was

416 dalsel, D L,tilt l t" Wheel Bases nt..fullcrulee which no one called for, and the run-
.mn Cloth tat,4 dr.AT,new AT long Reds
,air, = call Wholesale pricedl ner got on tint. He stole second and
dl8lsupornlce. $1695 2995 scored on a single in the fourth inn-
=:trmuut. $14,888 $6795 ing.

1985 Mer. Cougar 1986 Mer. Gran 1987 Pont. Sun bird 1983 Dodge 150 LWB allowed uu Hersey only three the hits losing,no walks pitcher and .

struck out nine batters in six Inn-
Marquis .air,V-S,work truck ings,a hard to lose. "This was
PW .tilt cruise. F'tJ..L.tilt cruise, 4 dr.,AT !sir cloth lot. 1 AT game
J..l. ownerYVnoI8aaJePrlcedl probably the l Best game he has pitched -.
AMM ese..,lest., .now >WI/rMcaa..I88t1. $4950 $3495 '
tlrel. $6795 $8800 all year, said Zuraff


1987 Ford Taurus GL 1986 Dodge Pickup 1988 Full Size Bronco TERWILLEGAR'S BUS 4, Keyttione 1

Black wired clolll lot 4 Used Cars a Trucks Last Thursday,March 30, the Tor-
flew tiros 6 dm',kickrdea 1540 S. Walnut 51.c. nadoes met Keystone Heights herein
P W.AT 8 ,tin, cruise, PW.,tilt,cruise.AMi1/ M
eyl. S Starke and took 4-1 win.
a
= ....,24.000 .8888 w'io 9,26'00;: .8800 = ? rM9lM/ ca/.. 14,995 ( JS_311 S.I SllIrIc I loaded the without the
pitchers
worked it out givingup
any runs after the first inning.
Bradford tied the score In the second -.
at 1-1.Then in the fifth 1nnIng'l
Johnson hit a tingle and se-
Motors cond.Strong brought him home with
II 1;an RBI double. Long sacrificed to;

,,,score Strong, for a two run Inning.
The-Tornadoes added one in the)

964-720O 371.1096' ;' 388-FORD 473-FORD ;sixth for the 4-1 win.
Lewis was the winning pitcher'
Starke Keystone Heights 'allowing' no bits In two innings, 4
State Road 21 walks and two strikeouts
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THURSDAY April 6.1989
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It's the Busiest Time of the Year for Bradford-Union 4-II Members As They Get Ready for the County Fair

By Mark Friedlin An organization that has been sizes in time for the judging. on experience which gives young
BCT Staff Writer universally praised for teaching There are also sewing projects, people a sound foundation for the
Young 4-H'ers all over Bradfordand young people 'invaluable,practical woodwork and animal training to rest of their life, including their
Union Counties are moving into lessons in life which they share with worry about as the big day draws family responsibilities.Buchele .
1.. one of their busiest times of the yearas others the rest of their lives,"accor- near. an enthusiastic director
they scurry to prepare for the upcoming ding to the late President John F. "This is the busiest time of year who oversees members in their
; Bradford County Fair" April Kennedy the membership is most for us but it is also one of the most respective clubs, says not only do
( 11-15 at the Bradford County active in local organizations which rewarding," Bradford 4-H Director modern 4-H'ers get practical ex-
) Fairgrpuyids. U.S.: 30.:__ '_ provide good grass roots experiencefor Rod! Buchele commented. "The perience in the traditional areas like
IL "''1 I.l young people in rural com- students have their schoolwork as sewing, cooking, anmd raising
... munities. usual to go along with the extra projects steers and swine for the market and
< M ..... The big news this time of year is so it is a challenge, but we sale, but now are moving into
,. ,, ...1=' the annual Fair and the rides, enter- have some exceptional students in studies in new areas like aerospace
I II tainment, and competition the local clubs." entomology, nature studies ana
I ... ... ,t 1 especially the competition. Program Good for Kids computers- the latest powerfull1ew'
...
'u, ';1". ; Members are busy raising pigs, 4-H Is a people development pro-
steers, rabbits and poultry, trying gram" according to Buchele.
their best to grow them to maximum 4-H'ers learn by doing,in a hands- See Page 4B


'- ,. .. After weeks of saying PLEASE,the Junior Woman's Club of Starke is

proud to say THANK Y0TJ!! ......" ."
The following businesses and

individuals have generously 4
r contributed to the Scholarship '" ,' '

1.w Fund for this year's Bradford '':

M County Strawberry Pageant. t "

We appreciate your support! \.m ''

Three scholarships will be

:4 awarded this Saturday night,
4
April, at the BHS Auditorium. I

M1 Queen $1200; 1st runner up I

$600; 2nd runner-up, $600.

r The fund was established in 1987 by the Jr.Womans's Club,through the

hard work of Mrs. Sandra Terwillegar, and is administered through the

Santa Fe Endowment Corporation.
Community Bank of Starke Hurst Exxon Service Register Oil Company
rYii4a Terence M. Brown, PA J.E. Milligan Accounting Svc. Vogue Mfg., Inc.
Denmark Furniture Griffin Industries Mosley Tire Company
Mitchell's Drugs Teal Tile & Carpet Noegel's Auto Sales
Davis Monk, Farnsworth & Co. Patrick B. Welch &. Associates George Roberts Insurance
Richard E. .Welty.Attorney. Inc. Andrews,Drugs -' .
..
Go.
Heady to
John H. Jones,Attorney'Stv' ;&w Durrance Pump & Well Pep-O GasFlorida
Bradford 4 Her Freddy Rhoden
Bradford National Bank
-- -m County Telegraph Drilling
.how*off Eli woodworking project.
Cetlng Bigger... Starke Amoco Thomas Auto Parts Guy Andrews
I Shanda Murrow.bow*off her hog(he b raking for the Bradford County Fair.







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Cuts in Funding Planned for DES

.
school. do the re-roofing There are several Increased speech/language ser
Don't worry. Be happy.There'll must be maintained at every
be no cuts in funding for There will be no zone changes school which need re-roofing. PhaseI vices.Fulltime substitutes.
recommended Duncan to of the Vo-Tech Center was just re-
by
Supt.
Hampton Elementary in the 89-90
Continued of PREP and
roofed at cost of support
a
some
budget, Superintendent Jim Duncan bring more students to HE, the $105,000.
Primary Specialist positions.
said in to Writing to Read Program;
1 said Tuesday night. March 21, when superintendent answer County-wide promotionretentionpolicies
18000.
the School Board met at HE. another question.. No board member based on reading and math
Down to 196 students this year dissented. Complete walls around the state, curriculum. Currently, local school
from 220 the year before when 7th 2000. staffs determine whether a studentsis
graders from the Hampton area HE Needs Listed... Handrails for front steps, $500. promoted, and it is not always on
were sent to Bradford Middle Needs listed for liE for the 89-90 These have just been installed. the same basis said Principal Kyle.
School there appeared to be some school year: -Additional funding for library First grade teacher Jean Clark ap-
concern by HE teachers that funds Carpeting throughout the books, $5,000. pealed to the board to work to
would have to be cut. (IE capacity is building built in 1968. Estimatedcost $800. decrease the pupil teacher load.
220-230 students. The loss of the 24 : $9,000. Additional concerns from the That would do more than anythingelse
students cut HE's basic funding Repair? leaking roof. It'll be a pat- faculty: to make the school system bet
close to$60,000. ching job until funds can be saved to Increased guidance services. ter she said. y
"Am I going to be able to keep my
aide?" asked exceptional education
teacher Alice Faye Waters,who now
has 21 students but the ESE enroll-
ment at HE has been up to 26.
"The program will operate the
same," said Supt. Duncan. HE'S
88-89 base budget or student alloca- WinnDixie'PRICES !
tion is$477,198. State grants and programs r JTM
such as the Primary Educa-
tion Program (PREP anJ Compen- l
satory and Exceptional Education, / { r ,, '(
bring the budget up to 553500.
Another HE concern is what to do 3 -
with a class of 40 second graders.
The large class poses the question of .
whether to break the class into two r
classes or to help out with an aide.
This kindergarten class numbers 23. GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINNDIXIE LOCATION: Ri u s afoia
HE officials were amazed when 40 STARKE __
kindergartners showed up a few 4T'W..OI&OH.TRUT
years ago. W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE

needs The: Write equipment to Read priced Program at $12,000 at HE "It's to See BONELESS CUT FROM

last November and for which the Easy TOP ROUND
price is now 18000. "The board will
match whatever it takes to put the
program in," said Sup Duncan.
Schools have found the IBM pro-
gram primary most graders successful to read.in teaching How Much You'll Save LBIBIN

Supt. Duncan assured the half
dozen present that HE will operate
next year as usual. Present for the
meeting were HE Principal Mary When You Use Our
Ann Kyle teachers Jean Clark, a
Lynn Marshall, and Alice Faye
Waters, and parents and PTA officers $
Tonya Hodges and Mickey

McMillan."Even though we're small, the Measuring Tape."
problems are not," Principal Kyle $227
told the school board members.. All Cf
board members Chairperson
Evelyn Chastam Jimmy Scott } The surest way to measure your savings is to

James (Cobby) Wainwright Len "i w I shop Winn-Dixie, because we have low prices LB.
Schlofman, and James Watson were -
present.Supt.Duncan. : k every day. We know that if you could get a better A

said HE enrollment value someplace else, you would. So when we say
_
and down, thatif c
traditionally '
goes up
the program was cut this year the "low prices"; we mean It. Check your cash register W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BONELESS

number might pop up again next tape, and see for yourself. Our proof Is on paper.You're TOP ROUND STEAK $247
year. Plus an adequate program V J'"' going to see the difference at Winn-Dixie.


Steer &


Swine V V;ij) ; YOU CAN WIN *


Show SetThe ;F, --- : :*...* A G.E.L DRY m B,*. *

111 L._ <&just
Register at your Neighborhood Wtnn-Dixie
Bradford-Union Steer Show I

and Sale is scheduled in conjunctionwith Winn-Dixie will give away a purchase necessary. Must be

Fair, with the Bradford-Union the show set for County Thurs- P, heavy duty General Electric 18 years of age or older to

day, April 13, and the sale set for -' .'( 3-cycle Dryer to a lucky enter. Drawing to be held
Saturday, April 15. t ._ winner at your neighborhood 7:00 p.m., April 20, 1989.
Both events will begin at 7 p.m. at Winn-Dixie. Employees of Entry deadline April 19, 1989. _
the show arena at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds. Winn-Dixie and immediate See your store manager for _
-
Forty-two entries have been families are not eligible. No complete details. _
received for the steer show, 22 from
Union County and 20 from Bradford. D.tii _
The breed show and sale has 32 en- .
trants and 10 have entered heifers _
from calf scrambles. _
As an incentive to maintain =
cleanliness of the livestock barns _
and show arena areas a herdsman _
I
trophy for the Outstanding Herd- a ll llBAKED A.
sman has been provided by the _
.
Starke Rotary Club, and cash prizesof 1 1 '
$15, $10 and $5 will be awarded. -, A5Uv a TA TSI
Condition, cleanliness and ap- _
pearance of exhibit and exhibitorand HERRLICH HONEY CURED YDAY f
general cooperation will deter or
palce
mine the winners. oyJ _

Steer Show Entrants... HAM _
IVtRYDAY ( E i I 1 I

Bradford County FFA Entrants: O I LOW PRltg '
Tommy Balkcom Bradford $159
Junior FFA Chapter, Bradford f
Senior FFA Chapter John Demp-- "tkF IL
sey, Kevin Hamilton Tommy I
Hamilton Billy Harrison, Kristy
Harrison Bo Hersey, Donnie Odcn FRESH BAKED JUMBO
Andy Smith Wiggins.Terry Whitehead andLance _. KAISER

Bradford County 4-H entrants: ROLLS IVIMYDAT LOW FMltlS :IVIMYDAr LOW "PMICIS
Adams, Christina Bath,
Ginger \
Tricia Bath, Stephanie Carney Josh .'.t t ; 1 REGULAR or LIGHT '!lei OFF .E-AtICED $1.35

Sarah Crawford Douglas., Phillip Crawford and 6PK.PXQ.. O9C .... OLD MILWAUKEE DOWNY .PUfFS

Union County FFA entrants: BEER _, SHEETS PLUS

Robin Cretia Bryan Addison Jason Davison Lanse Bishop, Quinn ....
Douglas Christie Floyd Britt Har- SMOKED READY TO NICE GO"4 WHOLE SLOW!i u-PKS348' $209 $132

rell, Buddy Hersey, Wade Howell BARBECUE 15O-CT.
Jr., Lake Butler Junior FFA lOX
Chapter, Lake Butler Senior FFA CHICKENS
Lance Peacock, Steve' 1lTS ALL VARIETIES 11.DO OFF
Chapter Peacock, Josh Suggs, Cathy : GALLO $389 THRIFTY MAID LIQUIDTIDE.

Tarleton Derich Thomas Mark .. T' FOR 2 $ 0 0 TABLE WINE . JIll- SLICED PEACHES Jt= 6ge . 'WE $556
Touchstone, Jason Waters, Jeff \ 6
WlrovOlxl*and........tackle.tcoN l and .
Williams and Darrell Griffis. IWIp > drug abuM.Ml WHEN
...>| will doiuM lie on.y 2-UMr PpN product YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES
Union County 4-H entrants: puicrwMd to Uw mmtsl hmlth, cantoM program.
Chris Stalnaker and Jason ALL VARIETIES Q ULTRA BRITETOOTHPASTE EFFERDENT
Stalnaker. CHOCOLATE MOUNDS or PEPSI
PINEAPPLE UPSIDE $Q99 TABLETS
Breed Show Entrants... COLA
Thirty-two entrants for the breed DOWNANGELCAKE..FOOD. SACS $ -
$5197
cow show and sale are: a ;
Ginger Adams, Tricia Bath, Josh 1 79 98C 6-oi. M-CT.
Crawford Sarah Douglas Kelley CAKE I 2-LTR. TUBE iiPKG. Y
Dyal, Justin Edwards ((2), Kevin _LOW PIIICe IWIS.1 BTL. Jt1
Hamilton, Tommy _Harniltw Billy '
$ REGULAR or DmGOLDEN '
Harrison ((2), Knaty Harrison ((2), SANDWICHMAlI J99 CINNAMON or HINT REdILAR LlMON aIUE
CHEESE FLAKE $ 189 PLAX GILLEtiE
"LV
FOAMY
Bo. Hersey, Donnie Oden, Lance IMl 968 $
Peacock, Andy Smith Jason TWIN CHIPS DENTAL RINSE & SHAVE CREAM ; ITh
Stalnaker Bobbie Westcott Terry
Wbitehea&Lance Wiggins ((2),Lake
Butler Junior FFA Chapter, Lake
Butler Senior FFA Chapter Bradford -
Senior FFA Chapter and Bradford -
i t FFA Chapter (II). EVERYDAY LOW LOW PRICES,

fj Calf Scramble Heifers... ,

t': John Dempsey, Sam Norris, John
Siegmund, Mark King, Glen .
Underhill Kyle Jackson. Travis .
I
:' Wynn, Robert Webber, Steve :
i Hardee and Glenn Rltch.,

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Visit to Starke Elementary.



,. Priorities Listed for Board Members


Su-El's Retirement Community No real complaints! greeted the specific learning disability (SLD), Supt.Duncan explained the school However SE keeps growing.
School Board (luring Its visit to and room for music instruction, district receives $330,000 per year in Assistant >Principal' Mike Hartley
RaHmm.nl C.mm nlty Ballr.fn.nl Homa Starke Elementary (SE), the coun- etc... building money from the state.Not a said SE will be at its capacity of 730
AamaJMIramanlcommunity In this. null community.* ty's largest elementary school with Another set of"gang"restrooms. penny was spent last year as the students next year if the enrollment
at 8u-Er..W.hava also havo 3u-Ba RatlramantHorn 709 students, Tuesday night March Expansion of SE's inadequate Board saved the funds for use on keeps growing as it has.
rantak" or"room"lot. t.) *.A 1 llcanaad group restroom system has been a requestfor Southside Elementary. "If there is Other of the 19 requested items:
ear*imapantfam"' ..n .horn*"for"..Icn thai naadaaaslttanoa 28.Priority
raaquMaanlngwMii items listed by Principal years.Classrooms have been ad- no new money, if there are no taxes Complete covered walkways to the
homa-llka alrrmphara.AI ...with..nnd.aupafvralon.Wa ..,car. Dewey McKinney areA : ded without adding new restrooms.It raised locally, SE probably is two remainder of portable classrooms.
8u-EniwaHw. doming.MUM. 34 hr.grva aupanrialon.hDl.maaklaundry two-way Intercom system, a will be at least two years before years from any major building," Additional fencing, making all SE
..*,maid and laundry urvlca" .day week safety factor. SE can expect any substantial said Supt. Duncan. The superintendent fencing six feet high, with adequate
1--/ WIth.24 hr. long arm May Caflllradnurtinlng More instructional space to In- classroom space to be added, said said school construction here gates.
amatgancy ctll ayalam.Maala auk',flral aid.CPR clude at least one more regular Supt.Jim Duncan. SE got a new ad- costs$70 per square foot Supt. Dun- Repair of roof leak over boiler
optional. 1468-26191 .,.)ned Malt classroom, space for at least two ministrative suite two years ago. can estimated that adding a wing of room.
computer labs, adequate space for This year Southside Elementary is two or three classrooms plus more An additional water fountain for
1 mile South on S.R. 325. Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker the exceptional education programs getting new administrative space gang toilets in the space two wingsat use of kindergarten and main
especially speech therapy and and some kindergarten rooms. SE will cost $600.000 to 700000. playground.Burglar .
alarm system.
instructor.NewThermafax .
machine and/or a
machine that could make thermal
masters and make copies from the
thermal master.
Install back doors to room number
19-23, the kindergarten wing.
Finish changing out 130 one piece
desks for newer two piece desks,
r r f.( with separate seat and desk.A .
mimeograph machine.
f Replace the SE riding lawn
r r t C
mower, described as worn out.
Film projector or VCR machine to
\ l ( t 1 < .wwr rr ,y .t\.t'rl show films.
; t ;ti Weed eater.

Replace two vacuum cleaners and

-, ," I purchase a wet-dry vac.
Continue substitute teacher pro-
100-200 CT. gram for 88-89.
The items represent input from
YOUNG-N-TENDER PURPOSEWHOLE
/ ALL the SES staff and Parents Advistory

or RIB HALF GRADE 'A'THI6HS Board, McKinney said.

NOf PEELEDSHRIMP Traffic Problem...

SELECT LEAN FRYER LOOK FOR THE "Will Washington Street ever be

APRIL INSTORE closed," asked Vickie Powell,
primary specialist at SE.
PORK LOIN FLYER FOR MORE Cars,driven mainly by high school
UNBEATABLESAVINGS students going between the Vo-Tech

Center, speed by on WashingtonStreet


QUANTITY"'=.RESERVED....n.RIGHTS.. .. Supt.Police,Jim Department endangering Duncan said is SE cooperating the students.Starke

COFVHMMr IPRICES STORE better than ever with the school

$ GOODTHURS.WED. HOURS $ system and that he will ask Police
!
3 7 Chief Jimmy Epps what can be
APRIL 6-12, 198 8 8 A.M. done.

TIL Gates were previously used to
7 $199 keep traffic off Washington Street
11 P.M. during school hours, but the need for
high school students to go back and
forth to the Vo-Tech Center made

LB. ALL PORK LB. LB. that impractical,said Supt. Duncan.
TRIMMED JSA School Board Member Len Schlof-
man suggested that speed bumps be
V4 INCH. installed. Supt. Duncan said he'd
have to check to see if that can be
LOIN HALF SLICED FREE SELECT LEAN YOUNW(TENDER GRADE W SPLIT GRANNY PACKTROUTFIILETS :done.

PORK LOIN 0. . La 147 FRYER BREAST 0. La $198 I. .ta 5178SHOULDEf
Few Problems...
The school board's visit to SE was
W-D BR pE fKWILL U r PR I GROUND :attended by 17 persons, mostly
PORKMOKED $197 :-uI..a PKG-E ROUND or $937 paraprofessional employees some of

SLICED FOR CHOPS FRYER CHOPPED SIRLOIN u ;hich are also parents of SE
students. There were two teachers,
PICNICS BONELESS &"r.LECQUARTE REGULAR SLICED 09 Ms. Powell and Annette McClellan,
and few
$377 $1 : a parents.
..,.,., r-. PORK CHOPS.... u y I BOLOGNA . & .. Few questions were asked of Supt
'
.. -8 SELECT LEAN. ""J y t? -11 ,""- I ." .;" 400 :Dr the School Board. All five school
..a A' .1:" 67'r 3 .- W-D COOKED $ 89. Board members, Chairman Evelyn
.2.
c ; ; PSRK-STEAIU. 11II .1 Le-- HAM !- /hr.'U.!!<" :-hast: iri.;Jimmy Scottt'Janresu Goby '-,
., . La . 0 ....:" .; $Ill., ) Wainwright,James Watson/inII-**
HICKORY SWEET Len Schlofman, attended.

BONELESS HICKORY SWEET piriSTON COUNTRY PORK SPARERIBS STYLE La $197 SLICED:


HAMS ..c:;... ROAST CENTER ELECT LEAN CUT $ 97 .] BACON "IBUG"Illlproves
2
: PORK CHOPS ..
$128
MLECTLEAN
$199
S1'J7 ECONOMY $187 LB.

Le. LB. PORK CHOPS u

HARVESTFRESH GradesA


d pow pR new program, called I-BUG (I
3rought Up Grades) has been in-
tiated at the Brooker Elementary
PRODUCE School for the fourth six weeks
YTR grading period just completed.
I I a The program is sponsored by the
I Nature makes the produce. :iwanis Club of Starke, in coopera-
.Ion with the Brooker school. It was
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference.
1 1 C itarted to give recognition to
I
EVERYDAY itudents other than honor students'or
FLORIDA additional effort and improve-
EOW PRICE $VALENCIA nent in their work.It .
\ ? is believed that all students are
I I \ RI E I ORANGES..o.e. ORANGES :apable of improving, and Kiwanis
'eels that all students who make 1m-
;rovements>> are deserving of
ecogmtion.
g S LBB10 In this program, students who br-
ng up two or more grades in a

grading period, recognize
iny other grades are
PINK 'VHITE The recognition consists of a cer-
FLORIDAGRAPEFRUIT :.ificate and an I-BUG pendent for
? :he student to wear at school.
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE SWEETMILK, BUTTERMILK of TENDER LAYERS % ? Brooker
students at
DUNCAN HINES PILLSBURY "PI.99C SEAFOOD KITCHENS $199 ,,..,., Twenty-two for the award during the '

""-""'" CHEWYBROWNIE BISCUITS ... o. FISH STICKS 0 0 lit I aRRrEF.uR $ L4 Fourth six weeks, out of a total
THRIFTY MAID enrollment of 124, or approximately
SUPERBRAND SHOESTRINGPOTATOES .- s La percent of the student body.
99 2 88e These students were recognized ata
LIGHT MARGARINE i 2iii z, BAG school awards assembly. Kiwnis
C SUPERBHANO NUTHASWEET Club President,Jerry Patton and
97 SUPERBRAND tPi. ICE orFUDGE $ Major Emphasis Committee Chair-
96e !
1t1k1. the
Box YOGURT : . cups POPS 0 PIa. D'ANJOU man Kiwanis Rod Club Buchele at the represented Assembly. ,

COUNTRY FRESH SLICED Students winning awards were: In

PUFFS $ 32 CHEESE $11PPOOTDPIES. HOUSE 2 75c PEARS the kindergarten class, Winston
1 FOOD Sff LS Barnes,Kirt Hamilton,Kelli Haight;
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1 HALF GALLON OF 1
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ENDIVE ESCAROLE orHARVEST grade: _
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4-H


Kids Joan's fashionsJoan I




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Ready. di!!? "We''Ve got a Way


frow pap B1 : ; to Male you Loo{
tool for the productive farm or
ranch. "
"Learning doesn't stop with the great
4-H member," Buchele said. "Many
4-H projects involve the entire fami J JK
ly. The parents here in this area are I Spring & Summer
tremendously supportive. We Merchandise Arriving
regard the support the parents as
very important to the completion of Daily! Come see what we
many of the projects and the the ._-. have to offer.
young person's enjoyment and the
amount of experience they get from
completing a complex assignment., All
The projects also give parents and Coordinates
their kids a useful opportunity to -
work with together and learn
together." 25 %
Adults who volunteer as 4-H Preparation... off
leaders also learn i
by doing according P These.4 II
to the director, who says they member are busy ;
learn many new skills while getting their project ready for
teaching the 4Hers. Volunteers Judging at the Bradford County Fair. '
these days also have a wide range of At. left,Freddy Rhoden and his
learning resources available to woodworking. project.At top Matt Joan s asf ions \
them Buchele said. Odum,Jacob Ferguson and Corey
There are leader forums on local, Thompson take
a good look at their
multi-county, state and all the way wooden dinosaur. 'The Finest in
up to the national level,according to Ladies Fashions"Starke
Buchele.There training sessions are -
available because of the '.J'.r.IfI, Plaza
unique partnership '< _" __ c 964-7651
that sponsors 4-H. The partners
are the Bradford County Boardof Visa Mastercard Layaways Welcome
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and United States Department of
Agriculture."We E THRV
have had a very successful _
year and we hope to do even better SOAiVaOAYApRuL
next year In terms of membershipand
our projects," Buchele said
"The Fair Is a great example for us
to show the community the
achievements their young people
have accomplished."

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By Mark Frledlln
LRM Sport Writer
The KHHS tennis teams continued
their steady Improve- -
ment this week with three wins
the ladles beating Oak Hall and
Union County and the boys defeating -
Union County. E-- r
The Oak Hall match was the
biggest of the week for the

KHHS girls as they avenged an ,
earlier, one-sided loss to the
private school with a solid 5-2 !
team win at the KHHS courts.
The Lady Indians picked up N !
wins In singles from Laura
Bruning on court one, an excit
ing 9-7 victory over Lisa Smith: MICROWAVE
from Beth Strickland on court SAWYER HAS IT ALL! @S
two. an 8-4 win over Mandy
Mather: and an 8-5 victory by At Sawyer Gas & Appliances you'll find CLOSEOUT
Jackie Sirmopoulos over Grace America's most famous names in gas
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TAPPAN. QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED SO
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Bruning teamed up with Dawn General Electric, Ducane Grills, a BEST SELECTION!
Schmidt for a 9-7 win in doubleson
Broilmaster and many more. Come see .
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Slrmopoulos extended their us today and you'll find out why we say I 88 a
doubles winning streak to five "In Starke we're YOUR appliance store. 4 from to
straight with an 8-5 win over
Mather and Otto on court two. WHILE QUANTITIES
The ladles defeated Union LAST!

Butler.County 4-3 Monday In Lake O

Winning In singles for KHHS
were: Slrmopoulos, an 8-1 Win-
ner over Honor Martin; Shea I I
Cremer an 8-3 winner over
Jenny Keller on court five; and
Mary Rucker, a 6-2 winner in s ADMIRAL : exhibition.
Bruning and Schmidt got a 9-8 ''d "J 15 CUBIC FOOTREFRIGERATOR 30" GAS
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LRM Sports Writer WASHER Choose from our f S FISHCOOKERSlComplete
The young KHHS Indian 'c
baseball team ended up on the Has 3 position just arrived gas grills with iron
short end In four games to area water level fron Arcla, Ducane I pot lid and basket.
, : rivals this week as they fell to selector:Vigorous and Broilmaster. Specially priced for
, ; Union County Mlddleburg. double-scrub Just In time for this sale.
: Bradford High and Clay High washing action. outdoor cooking.
Union County got one of their ONLY NOW ONLY
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; Monday at KHHS field by a
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$ $58
score of 11-7. $98
I The Tiger broke open a 6-all
tie In the top of the sixth Inning

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Williams



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store;
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new
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-

store manager Earl David Williams Jr.
New Store Manager

Three generations of master jewelry rrpalis and sales havr
resulted In the opening of a second, location for Starke's
oldest jewelry store Williams Jewelry.In .
1950 A.C. and Milta Williams opened a small Jewelry
store In Starke. They offered watch and Jewelry repairs,
along with retail sales. Working diligently to let everyone
know that they were serious about the business they went onto
acquire many customers who have stayed with them
through all the years.
i ( The Williams had three children: Brenda David and Vicki
As years passed, the Influence of a family business- grew to I IIP
... .11'' I children and they also Joined the business.
'-' -- --'-'
Little Indian... Brenda and Vicki attended all the schools\ possible to gain
Face Painting Fun... Derek Browning 4,look u If ha wu undecided about the paint Job when\ knowledge to be master Jewelers, which. Included\ Jcwcliy
I Sheila Harvey 13.paints a heart-shaped design on sister Brand Lewb,6,at that box of hot popcorn was beckoning.Wendle Cowle 13,attempt to put the repair, diamond setting Jewelry iii.iklng, stone bet ling.
the tawtey Arts Festival held kit weekend.. design on her object u part of the many activities at the.bow.Officials Jewelry casting, mold and model making, gemology. gem
I Identification and appraisals David Is a master walch

I Still Puzzled Bv Renaud's Murder repairman Williams and Jewelry jeweler.now has two locations I : one located in
Wlnn Dixie Marketplace and one In Wai Matt Shopping
aI Center (Deerfoot Village), The new location In Wal Mart has
Rumors still abound in the disappearance No evidence of satanic ritual. home in the Veer Foot Trail subdivi- contact Lt. Aderholt with thesheriff's the third generation of Williams David Williams, Jr., as
and murder of 12-year-old No evidence of multilation.No sion Sunday, March 19, at 9:30: p,m. office. If you are aware of
Meghan Renee Renaud. Two weeks evidence of sexual activity.No The Bradford County Sheriff's any information,even if you feel it is manager of the location.
after her disappearance there really other bodies have been found in Department and Florida Depart- minor, silly or insufficient, please David graduated from Bradford High School 19B7.
is no additional information in the Bradford County. ment of Law Enforcement is conduc- contact Lt.Aderholt.All information attended Santa Fe Community Coil) ge on a two-year
case according to Lt. DavidAderiolt. More interviews have been con- ting a homicide investigation in rela- will he treated with confidentiality. scholarship, and then Joined the National Guard.\ After his
ducted with those closest to the vic- tion to her death.The body did show annual training, he decided he also was Interested:: In the
In an effort to dispell the continuo tim but few new clues have been definite signs of trauma but the ex- Meghan, a six-grader, may have family business. David Is the son ol [)a\hi and Linda
been dead for several said
Aderholt.The act cause of death remains under In- days, Lt.
said Lt.
ing rumors, Lt. Aderholt has issued developed,
Brad- Aderholt. The exact time and cause Williams. So. now he will leant the trade and carry on his
the following statements In relationto body of the 12-year-old vestigation.
the murder. ford County girl was found March 23 Anyone with information pertaining of death is unknown pending a report grandparents business.
There was no evidence of abduc at 9:40: a.m. in a wooded area near to the disappearance and/or from the medical examiner which 446 W. Madison Street 1371 S.Walnut Street
tion. her home, she was last seen at her death of Meghan is asked to please was unavailable as of press time. Wlnn Dixie Marketplace Deerfoot Village

964-7064 964-GEMS
Mon.-Frl. 9-6; Sat. 9-5 Mon.-Fri. 10-7; Sat. 1O-6
I Two Arrested for Robberies at Local Food StoresTwo

20-year-old Starke men were 31 with an additional charge of Two nights later the clerk at Joy '!'ne arrests were made as a insult LAKE AREA
arrested last week and charged with possession of crack cocaine. Bond Food Store on US-301 south in Starke of an Intensive Investigation into the
stealing money from Tenneco and was set at $7,000. At his first ap- was pushed to the floor and money robberies, said Wilkinson and
Joy Food Store. pearance he was charged with was taken from the register by three Hayes. PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc.
Letroy Shelton Burch and Joseph failure to pay child support,orderedto black males who then fled the Both Burch and Beard remain in ,
Beard were charged with strong make payment as well as arrearsor building, according to the report. custody.
arm robbery of both stores, accor- serve five months 29 days in jail. '
ding to Sgt. Gerald Hayes. A third At 10:30 p.m. March 26 two black CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY'
suspect in the Joy robbery remainsat males entered the Tenneco on BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS
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charged with theft, said Hayes. the cash and they both ran from Laura Hodges. P.T. Karen Lord. M.A. CCC/SP

Bond Joseph was Beard set at was$2,500.arrested March the Patrolman building E. W., Wilkinson.according to School textbooks are available FREE to Jennifer Bradley P.T. Peggy Floalner O.T.R.

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Larry David Andrews was drews pled to two additional countsof roonlnp by possession, delivery and FQREMS aM4 PJICE-W/S Sale
sentenced last week in Brunswick conspiracy to traffic 400 grams or transporting in excess of 400 grams. (
County Court to serve 12 years in more of cocaine. lie had already pied Three other counts against Noogel -TJJ .f.I"/-"" rg"- ..........'. Prices
1 North Carolina prison. guilty to two counts of deliveryand were dismissed by the state. Judge- colibbsL Start
Andrews, 32, was facing a 12 count transporting. The remaining ment sentencing for Noegel has been t : rnnq VOL. 4106
grand jury indictment for drug trafficking eight counts were dismissed by the scheduled for June 5, he remains at LOWER I'riCt SJ
in 1987. Me was arrested state, according to court records. liberty on bond, according to court
December, 1987) prior to the grand Andrews was remanded to custody records.
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I Brooker Man Sentenced to 17 Years


A Brooker man convicted of rape relations with the victim, taking lit- grabbing her neck. One punch left
was sentenced to 17 years in prisonin tle over an hour March 17 to return her unconscious, she testified.
a Gainesville Court last week. the guilty verdict on the charge of Medical experts testified they 899 699 899
Timothy Duane Roberts had sexual battery with great force. found bruises around her neck and
claimed that his 24-year-old Georgia During the two-day trial, Roberts face.Roberts'
victim changed her mind last June said the victim came on to him,ask- attorney critized the 750 LTR LTR
about having sexual relations mid- ed him for cocaine and later a ride woman's story, saying her motives
way through the sex act. The two home. The victim told a different were in question since she was a
had left Bobby's Hideaway in Waldo story. She said she only agreed to married woman who left a bar witha SEAGRAM SMIRNOFF CHRISTIAN
together. leave with Roberts after the friend virtual stranger. Etheridge.'h
who brought her appeared to be ty GIN VODKA BROTHERS
Roberts, 30, was arrested days drunk and did not seem fit to drive. The state said Roberts' motives
after the June 1988 incident when he She said Roberts pulled the truck off were more in question since he had BRANDY
was identified by the victim. SR-225 into a wooded area and at- more to lose due to his criminal past.
The jury rejected Roberts claims tacked her. During the struggle, he Roberts first appeared in the court
that he had "consentual" sexual punched and hit her at outpoint system in Bradford County in 1977 ed 99
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IN HOUSE SPECIALS THIS WEEK
:
Country Exxon on US-301 south lying with attempting to remove an
Charged DUI under the desk on the floor. The amplifier from the church and having TORADA TEQUILA AMEXCAL" 12.99 750
In AccidentA business was closed but police founda a crack pipe in his pants at the (
window pane missing on the north time of his arrest.Sgt.Gerald Hayes MALIBU RUM 7.99 750
42-year-old Starke man was side of the building and found Clark and Major Bill Reno assisted in the POPOV VODKA 10.99 1.75
charged with driving under influence inside, said Brown. Bond was set at arrest.! Bond was set at $4,000.
Saturday after his pickup $3,000, he was released March 31 BARTON BLEND 6.49 LTR
truck violated the right of and Traffic
way
after a surety bond was posted. CANADIAN HUNTER 8.99 LTR
struck another vehicle. Ronald L. Byers, 34, of Madison-
Henry Van Payne, driving a 1978 Johnny Everett George 24, was ville, KY was arrested April 1 for LEROUX PEACH BRANDY 6.99 750
Dodge pickup, attempted a left turnon arrested March 30 for nonpayment driving while license suspended
US-30l1n front of Kentucky Fried of child according to Deputy (DWLS), according to Patrolman
Chicken April 1 at 5:40: p.m., accor- Danny support Thrift. George is in ar- Wilkinson. He was released alter a Now Playing .............................
ding to Patrolman E. W. Wilkinson. rears $1,864.28 he was released on $215.25 surety bond was posted.

lane Payne, striking turned a into 1984 the Ford southbound driven by his own recognizance.John Dennis Robert Hengl, 27, of Lamar Witt Band
Lawtey was arrested April 2 for
Gainesville.Elizabeth i Chuo Sotomayor, 24, of Donahue Crawford, 30, was driving under influence (DUI) and Friday and Saturday 9:00: p.m. tll 2:00: a.m.
arrested March 30 for violation of DWLS, according to Patrolman
Damages were estimated at$2,000 for of cocaine,
probation possession Jerry Feltner. He was released aftera
to the pickup and $5,000 to the Ford.
according to Lt. David Adcrholt. $715.25 surety bond was posted. :
There were no injuries listed in the Bond was set at $1,000, he was 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
accident, but Payne's blood alcohol
released on his own recognizance. Michael Shewmaker was arrestedfor
content was .15 percent,said Wilkin-
son.Payne Landon Howard Underwood was was DUI released DWLS, improper on his tag.own He Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301

was released after a $1,000 arrested March 28 for robbery, recognizance.John OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
surety bond was posted. Payne was
grand theft auto, according to Deputy -
Lamar Crews arrested
sentenced March 21 in Bradford Barry King. Bond was set at !March 29 for DUI. Bond was was set at Open: Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m. 12 Mn.; Fri. Be Sat 9 a.m. 2:00: a.m.
Traffic Court for a DUI ar-
County
$10,000. The vehicle was recovered he released his Sunday 1:00: p.m 11:00:
rest Feb. 26. He pled guilty to DUI, said King. $1,00 was on own p.m.
was fined $437.50, license suspendedsix recognizance.
months, ordered to attend DUI Charles Cornelius Griffin, 34, of Charles Dewayne Ollison was ar-
and 50 hours rested March 29 for DWLS. Bond
school complete com- Starke was arrested March 31 for
munity work under Tri County Pro- burglary, possession of drug was set at $120.25, he was released Sales
bation. paraphernalia, according to on that charge but held for Duval
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Grif County. o a, Service
Two DUI Cases fin was stopped running on Keller St. Leslie Stewart Speacht was ar- (
Taken To JuryTwo by police after it was discovered someone rested for DUI. He was released on GAS J& APRLJIttNGES j .. Insulation
had burglarized the Bethel his own recognizance at his first ap
Bradford county residents ap"peared Baptist Church. OrilUn is charged pearance. .l )o tsiastr b i nod
in Bradford County Traffic We Insulate Anything .,d bi3 ysLJon' 9,
Court last week where their cases
received different disposition.Paul d Sun Catch YouCrying
Leonard King, who was on Blown Loose Fill Spray On a
trial March 29 for driving under the d
influence (DUI), wilful-wanton
reckless driving (WWRD) and flee- Insulation
ing/attempting to elude, was found Specialist MOBILE
guilty by a jury March 29 of the first
two counts. King was found not gUil- HOME
ty of fleeing and attempting to elude. Starke 964-77O1 z'
King, 22, of Starke was fined Lake Butler 496-38O5 SPECIALS
$437.50, license suspended six mon Mobile
ths, 50 hours community work, must FREE INSULATION AUDIT Home
attend DUI school, Tri County Probation 2 Ton Central $
one year or until sentence Air Conditioning 995
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Friday, March 31, a jury could not
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license suspended, pled guilty to the
charge of DWLS and faces sentenc- Susan Faulkner GUI. CRB
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Whether a new trial will later be
scheduled for the DUI charge has ((904)) 964-4048 Eves
not been determined by the state. 10-10-10
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Sexual BatteryA JARVIS By the Bag or

14-year-old Starke boy was 5-10-15
charged March 28 with sexual bat- FENCE & ALUMINUM| By the Ton
tery, according to local authorities.The 16-16-16
juvenile was placed in deten-
tion for the incident in the Reno area Chain Link, Wood & Farm Fence
which involved a three-year-old girl,
according to Patrolman Jeff Keystone Heights 100 West
Johnson. The 14-year-old was
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said. 'We'll be looking forward to
aCT Special WriterLast
Saturday evening Bradford the next Mz. Ugly Contest next Set up time will b*at.7:00: a.m.and show hour will, b.from 9 00 a.m.till 5 00 p m.Registration fee of
"
County saw the ugliest, scariest and year. $B.00 in advance will, be needed/ara 10.) 12 set up space;.thi>will included parking' pact lot on.vehicle
hairiest women to be seen on a stageas only(car or van),larger vehicles' will require additional. lei up ipocii( ).Deposit should accompany
yet. : t application', check'should be mode payable,Ihe Oy otWaldo.PO.Drawer B,Waldo,Florida 32694.

The fifth annual Mz. Ugly Contestwas TERMS OF AGREEMENT
held in the B.H.S. auditorium.

Brave senior guys headed for the 1. The lenor shall not b.responsible, for any injury,ol lost that may arise.or come to the lessee,or hit
spotlight and strutted their stuff in employee or his.goods from any cause whatsoever" while, said premise' ore being occupied under
dresses, stockings, and high-high- 4r sJ this 09_.
heels, not to mention various ar- 2. The'lessee will adhere'to Ihe hours of the show and will not pock or 1 leave ahead of lime..
ticles of lacy underclothing. Therewasn't
\ Registration fee is -refundobl..1.sour.wv.s4wrighttos.Iect or retecf any application fa<_.
a straight face in the crowdas .
Tables not CMIlable.Absolutely
the 13 "beauties" attempted to --U1;
become femme fatales, performing no verbal agreement by lessor or lessee AH commitments will be In writing only.
antics which they hoped would :
For further Information, coil Hall 904/468-1001
City -
enable them to become the next Mz.
lorry Bean 904/468.2709
Ugly.The. X ,
Mork Fink 9044681MBMane
'beauty' contestants were: Basinger -904/468-1285
Cam Ward as 'Cat House Candy', 't
Shane Burrus 'Really Big-uns',
as __ __ _ .
Kevin Crawford as 'Sergeant Sally --- - - - -Opond
Ed Douglas as 'Carla Letcha', Bill!
Hamilton as'Bodacious Belinda Big- Kind of merchandise.
uns', Brian Kendrick as 'Suzie
Floozie',Jimmy Long as'Juicy Boo- \
ty', James Slater as 'Cher E.
Hooter', Shawn Diggs as 'Tantaliz- Moment of Truth... Trade Nome.bl"bilo .
ing Tina', Mark Williams as'WannaFeelya' Bill Hamilton expresses lib amazement alter being announced a*Mz.Ugl. Nome.
Chris Durban as 'Christina 1989.
Cleavage', Donnie Oden as
Sharing the magic moment with Bill are second runner'up Jimmy Long Address:
'Luscious Lisa', and Benny Tyson as dry Stale Zip
Knees'. lUlillamlUon and Chris Durban middle..
11'Onya, Don master of a .. ': "..".. < -i I. ,
berenVdifesi+ Mid t>Mtys Kay Elder r1!!!!! Mfs V'! r.., .. .r A '. ')-,.."t .fTT .wV7 I y -- .

was hostess. Judges were Ms. Ka)
Waters, Mr. Ronney Harris, Coach
Roland Cummings,Dr.Pete Gianas,
Matt Bryant and Herb Stucky. A A
The contest consisted of a
streetwear competition, a "talent"
competition, and an evening gown

competition.beyond memorable belief.acts The One was talent Bill of shown Hamilton the most was, f 2101 H. miff POnTIAC-ISUZU-SHC 372-2583 ') B f 1703 H.HUM HONDA STORE, 3T2-2329 rr':;)

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performing their interpretation of a BRAND NEW 1989

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the judges chose the five most J ,fo
'beautiful' contestants Bill For 36 Mos. mBLOUMT

Hamilton, Jimmy Long, Shawn
Diggs, Chris Durban and Benny %
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Tyson. Each of the five finalists APR 6.9 UM.
were asked a question. The judges
made their final decision based on For 48 Mos.

how the contestant answered the 24 :
question. 1988's Mz. Ugly,Tenacious -7/ %
Tina (a.k.a. Mike Elder) was thereto 9.9 4.PX EASE ROW
crown the exuberant winner.Jim- mo. $153. .
my Long was 2nd runner-up, Benny For 60 MOL
$8541.
Tyson was 1st runner-up, and Bill
chosen Mz. Ugly 1989.
Hamilton was
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Patty Kay Elder said she would Oil AliI'GRAND NEWPOMTiAG
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State Attorney's ReportThe


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Bradford Office of the State' Smith arrested Feb. 10, 1987 for tion, pay costs and Investigativecosts. charges.Keith. aggravated assault with deadly wish to prosecute.
Attorney Lennard B. Register III two charges of burglary, grand Leroy Jones arrested Nov.3 weapon; essential witness deceased. Rafael Delestre charged wtih
received 88 new Individual cases theft; pled guilty, sentenced to four Dana Masey arrested July 27 for for aggravated assault, aggravated James Wilson Marchant arrested grand theft facts do not constitute a
and/or felony defendants for prosecution years Department of Corrections aggravated battery; pled no contest, battery; defendant pled to other July 17 for burglary, petit theft; criminal offense.
during the month of (DOC) followed by five years probation placed on one year probation, make charges. defendant pled to other John Timothy Fowler arrested
February, according to Investigator make restitution, attend restitution. Rosanna Murray George arrested Willie James Simmons charged Dec. 7 for loitering and prowling,
Wiley Clark. substance abuse counseling; arrested Aubry Geer arrested July 7 for July 25 for burglary,grand theft; pled Dec 20 with burglary, grand theft; resisting arrest with violence, bat-
Four of the cases were prison Dec. 19, 1988 for VOP; possession of marijuana, possession guilty, placed on five years pro- Insufficient evidence as to this tery of law enforcement officer; insufficient
related. sentence current with forgery case. of cocaine, possession drug bation. defendant. evidence as to this defen-
Information was filed on 55 prior Dewi t Andre Swain arrested July paraphernalia; pled guilty, placed Landon Howard Underwood Garrett Bernard Petteway charged dant.
cases and the office declined to prosecute 19 for possession of concealed on one year probation, seek drug charged with burglary of conveyance with aggravated battery; Jerome Lee arrested Aug. 30 for
19 cases. Five cases were firearm, possession of crack cocaine counseling. petit theft; case con- dismissed, witness failed to appearfor burglary: case transferred to misdemeanor
dismissed. There were no jury ; pled no contest placed on 90 Steve Wayne Green arrested Aug. solidateCLRobert testimony. division.James .
trials. days probation, fined$200: order for 20 for kidnapping, false Imprison- Olin Fulgham arrested Inmate James Marion Gardner Barkett charged with
No judicial action was taken on 14 termination of probation filed. ment, aggravated assault; pled no Dec. 5 for burglary, grand theft; in- charged with aggravated battery; burglary, grand theft; victim does
cases and three violation of Inmate James Lorenzo Graydon contest, placed on five year probation sufficient evidence as to this defen- dismissed, victim does not wish to not wish to prosecute.
tions (VOP) were filed. Fifteen charged Sept. 23 with escape; pled substance abuse counseling. dant. prosecute.Walter Archie Smith charged with aggravated -
pleas of guilty were accepted. guilty placed on two years community Keith Leroy Jones arrested Aug. Earnest Williams, Jr. arrested Wayne Rhoden arrestedOct. assault; victim does not
Forty misdemeanor cases were control, participate In any 26 for burglary; pled no contest, Nov. 29 for possession of cocaine, at 9; dismissed, insufficient wish to prosecute.
filed and six prior cases were counseling deemed necessary: arrested placed on five years probation, out tempting to sell cocaine, possessionof evidence. Dean Underhill charged with ag
dismissed by the office in Feb, said Jan. 29 for violation of com patient treatment at BUGC. drug paraphernalia; insufficient Willie James Short arrested Sept. gravated battery; transferred to
Clark. The office declined to pro- munity control (VOCC); pled guilty, Jones arrested July 27 for evidence as to this defendant.Joe 11 for aggravated battery; witness misdemeanor division.
secute 15 cases and one case was sentenced to three years DOC burglary; pled no contest, placed on Darnell Davis arrested March failed to appear for testimony.John Violet Marie Clem charged with
dismissed by the court. There was Inmate Wally Waters arrested five years probation each count,con- 28 for possession, sale and deliveryof Grant charged with aggravated grand theft; insufficient evidence as
one nonjury trial and 28 guilty pleas Nov. 30 for aggravated battery; current with other cases. cannabis; unable to locate essen- battery; victim does not to this defendant.
were accepted. There was no action dismissed, victim does not wish to Keith McCoy Jones arrested Nov. tial witness.
insufficient evidence as 25 for of cocaine, sale of
taken on two cases. prosecute possession Keena Goodman charged with aggravated -
Two petitions were filed in to this defendant. cocaine; insufficient evidence as to assault; victim does not
juvenile court. The state attorney Jerome Lee arrested July 7, 1987 this defendant. wish to prosecute, case lacks pro- QUALITY I I WITHOUT
dismissed four juvenile petitions and for burglary; pled no contest, placedon Charles Jackson, Jr. arrested secutive merit.
12 pleas of guilty were accepted.The three years probation, ordered to Aug. 11 for possession of firearm by Ernie George arrested
following cases received final abstain from alcohol, submit to convicted felon, possession of drug Dec. 2 for Maser controlled
disposition during the month of Feb. evaluation by BUGC, follow all con- paraphernalia; facts do not con- substance, possession of drug
ditions and recommendations, make stitute a criminal offense. paraphernalia, maintaining vehicleto
restitution: arrested July 6, 1988 for Terry Lee Thompson arrested possess controlled substance; insufficient
Diana Marie Smith arrested May VOP; pled no contest to VOP, set for Jan. 13 for petit theft, dealing in evidence as to this defen-
2,1986 for forgery, uttering a forged Sept. 19 disposition: arrested Aug. 31 stolen property; defendant sentenced dant. NEW LOAD
bank check; pled guilty, placed on for VOP; order revoking probation, on other charges. Shannon Hamil charged with Fisher marsh Hawk 3V J ust/l rrived
five years probation, ordered to placed on community control two Thompson arrested Dec. 18 for grand theft auto; dismissed, victim
make restitution to all ten victims: years, submit to substance abuse burglary, grand theft; defendant does not wish to prosecute. wn
arrested May 15, 1987 for VOP; pled testing, make restitution to victim: sentenced on other charges. Jessie Lee Dell arrested Jan. 6 for
guilty, probation revoked, placed on arrested Nov. 30 for VOP; pled guilty Madeline Bennett charged with in
five years probation; arrested Dec. DOC. troduction of contraband mari-
19 for VOP; order of modification of George Jamesyears arrested juana Nov. 6; consolidated with FLORIDA TWIN w.4N
probation continued on probationwith April 22 for possession of crack cocaine another case.Edward .
special condition to enter Probation purchase or possession with Cummings charged with Starke 964-5451 .",.
and Restitutuion Center in intent to purchase cocaine; pled no burglary of conveyance, grand r,sin
Jacksonville. contest, placed on five years proba- theft; defendant sentenced on other 2.50 SPECIAL

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necessarily its small size, but more In the meantime, commercial interests NewportOne Friday 7:00 &9:20' .
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granted to an individual and bearingno for small tracts along main Owner Mon. & Tues. 7:30: Only CJ!
logical relation to the general zon- roads. TACKLE MARINE
ing plan. Small commercial districts Former County Commissioner 1983 Plymouth
established to provide neighborhood Lawrence Mosley says, "If a person Reliant
service would not be spot zoning if it can't put a business on a main NICE! 301 DRIVE-IN 3070 BLANDING BLVD.
could be shown that these were laid highway, where can it be located?" Monday-Saturday
1985 ((1 mile south of 218 on Blanding Blvd.)
out in accordance with an orderly The guiding test of any provisionIn Temporarily Closed 9:00am: to 6:00pm:
plan to provide this service. a zoning ordinance is Dodge Aries CLEAN 282.3115.282.3116
Aside from the "special favor" reasonableness. It must be clear, it
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Marty Hubbard Bill Drort.Tom Vey and Ryan Wac..... Include,from left to rights Beth Strickland,Teresa Carter,Hope Ante, laurie s
Owen and StacI Kanga.

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By Mark Frledlln ( t] .
LRM Sports Writer iir TERM, :
Keystone Heights High School Iwo great pinaii! One low price<:
basketball players and their SEAiii
coaches were honored for their !
accomplishments In the annual s .. i." .
awards banquet Tuesday nightat 8WIJl..LO ,
KHHS. \- A LOT UKII#Jfr*:,

The evening began with a special ?K WITH, *****
salute not to the varsity Come and Visit .. .t

teams but to the elementary j Our Booth .'.d,...,.'. .,,1
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school-age players and their at ]
coaches In the Youth Basketball Bradford County If you see swarming Insects -
Association which is already around your
starting to effect the high school fair! !! buildings, call the Florida
programs In a positive way. IYr Pest Control Profes-
YBA President Ed Teague out- sionals to Identify them &
lined the growth of the league give you an estimate for
which he founded for 4th. 5th 964-3300 207 South Orange Street Starke service& protection.

and 6th graders for a large au- (across from Winn Dixie) .
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marks. "The growth of the girls '
teams Is also exciting because i TWO MEDIUM PIZZAS PEST
they started out playing on the
boys teams and now they have Top Cheerleaders... : with Cheese and one Topping ONTFIOL '
Vanity cheerleader honored the award. banquet include,tram left to
four teams of their own. We expect I
right:Trad Coleman,Swan dark and Cindy Haggtund. '
the league to grow even Ii
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"We think this Is one of the Ridge In the Keystone Klasslc respected girl's coaches In the : Vaild Only With Coupon Not Valid With Other so ,y?GRADUATEENTOMOL
most Important things that will Invitational Tournament was state and has an outstanding I......................................Any..........Offer............T27.....
help our program in the near the last loss the Grand Ridge 263-82 record In her 13 seasonsin . .
:' future." Boy's Varsity Head team suffered before finishing the top spot;Her teams have

I Coach Mike Wlngaiadded*.;;.*hyrhtejarJer of their season] amassed an enviable record .. ., .. .... .. .,
Wingate thanked.Tc&'gIJc T5** i9-'rmdcfetned State 1A Chafltf wlthrBlne.dfelrlctitUles.\ six rej t ..rr .V < .. 1
efforts In forming the league and pions.A glonal titles and three sectional
said It should put KHHS "a step titles. In addition she has taken
ahead" when the younger players rebuilding Job will be In order three teams to the prestigious"Final Dining Should Be A
enter high school. for Coach Wingate and his staff Four" the stale play-offs
Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor next season as KHHS loses and two teams were finalists.
Adel Turnage announced the eight seniors to graduation -
cheerleadlng awards next as the Mike DeKeyser Bill Drost Tim The 1988-89 team put togethera
end of basketball season also Frazer Jason Green. Marty 20-9 record despite being al-
brings the cheerleadlng seasonto Hubbard, Tim Jones. Todd most totally rebuilt after losing aRx.Exerience.
seniors from her latest
a close as well. Sassier and Tom Vey. seven
Junior Susan Clark was state finalist squad In 1987-88
awarded the trophy for "Most and won their district title be-
Spirited". The trophy for"Most Improved" fore falling to Newberry In the /
Senior Co-Captain Tract player went to Junior point regional title game. Newberrywent
Coleman won the "110%" trophy. guard Ryan Wacha. on to the Final Four this

Senior Captain Cindy Hag- season.
glund was awarded the "Most
Valuable Cheerleader" trophy. The trophy for "Best DefensivePlayer"
The trophy for"Most Improved"player
The boy's varsity team was next was awarded to senior
went to Junior Teresa
on the agenda. guard Mike DeKeyser.The Carter.
Head Coach Mike Wingate has: trophy for "Best Hustle"
now put together a 62-27 recordIn went to senior forward Tom Vey.
his three years at the top spot The "Coaches Award" was The trophy for "Best Hustle" .
and his teams have three dis- awarded to senior forward Marty went to sophomore forward -
trict titles one regional title anda Hubbard.The Laurl Owens.
two Keystone Klasslc titles "Most Valuable Player" trophy The "Assist Award" went to se-
against some of the top teams In went to senior center Bill nior point guard Staci Kangas. 6 tO
The "Best Offense" award wentto
the state. Wingate's 1989 team Drost.
center Beth Strickland.The .
finished with a 19-11 record de- The Lady Indians were up next Junior"Most Valuable tro-
and the awards were given out Player"
spite being crippled by Injuriesin
phy was awarded to senior for
mldseason and took their by Lady Indian Head Coach
ward
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I Indian Baseball. s
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The Indians drew first blood stole second, then scored on an the score at slx-alf going Into '
scoring twice In the first Inning rbl single by Chad Hovseplan the sixth. ,
when Wade Overstreet cracked a Into deep left. Pitcher ,Chad The Indians scored once more
2 rbl single Into left field. Richardson helped his cause on an rbl single by Jason Potter
scoring David Bennett and Tim with a single Into center, scoring but It was not enough after the
Hardee. bot who had singled. Hovseplan, then ,scamperedhome defensive errors In the sixth.
four more In himself on a double Into Come To !
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the bottom of the third Hardee left field by Ricky Crane. Rlghl Barry
went 2-4 but the Indians fell 4-
Into The Tigers roared back In to .
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and scored on Over- the top of the fourth with four of 18 to Clay High In another
centerfield district contest last week. .. - - '
; street's rbl single. Overstreet their own. however, and knotted Tired of standing in long lines? Then, 'Tl
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By Mark Friedlln The ladles scored'three In the homer In the first and Kangas to first from deep In the hole and
LRM Sport Writer first four In the third and four belted one out In the fifth. Ponder was 3-4 with a pair of Next to Gator II Farm Supply
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KHHS Lady Indian Softball more In the fifth to clinch a big The Lady Indians put the game triples.
team continued their winning win over a district opponent. away early with nine runs In the The Lady Indians travel to BOOT SALE NOW GOING ONMen's
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GrantedIn Union CountyThe Forty-six calls required no transpor patients requiring Rescue (two pa- Horn Commercial r
Bradford CourtThe Florida Highway Patrol will ting. The back-up unit made four tients were in full arrest). High R Value CellulosePlberglaM
following be conducting driver license and runs. Nine calls were to people in Baft Indultrlalij'
marriages were trauma and another ten runs were to Frame
dissolved in vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- The of House Exterior
Bradford County during majority the patients, 70, In
the month of March, according to ing the week of April through April were taken to Bradford Hospital. people vehicle accidents.trauma resulting from Naw or Old Coni true .rJ';;
court records. 13 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231,SR-241, Nine patients were taken to Shands Nine people suffered Quality Installation f .
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, Hospital, five to Alachua General respiratory problems, three
Inmon E. Moody & Terrie G. CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- Hospital and two to North Florida runs were to obstretlc patients and SAVI ON
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Moody.Eddie. 796A in Union County.Bradford Regional Hospital,all in Gainesville.
Taylor Jackson & Kelly tim.One call was to a gunshot wound Day '';Nr ,
Denise Jackson. Three patients were taken to the : : ht' aliiBIf
victim. One call was to standby at a !
Ellery P. Morris & Deborah L. County Reception Medical Center and two to fire, six runs were cancelled and
Morris. Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
Charlie R. Griffis,Sr. & Eva Mae Rescue Answers Center. three Three were people false were alarms.dead when the I DEAN CASSELS
Griffis. One taken to
140 Calls In March patient was Baptist unit arrived.
Kenneth Clay Koehler & Mae Hospital and one to University .
Thigpen Koehler. Bradford County Emergency Hospital, both in Jacksonville. One INSULATION
Earl Lee Becker & Brenda Scott Medical Services Rescue respondedto patient was transported to Humana sAVe ONHBATINQ
Becker. a total of 140 calls/or/runs duringthe Hospital in Orange Park. Dial 911 Emergency STARKELAW
James Edward Yon & Shirley month of March, according to Illness related calls topped the list
Supervisor Cliff Chapman. of emergencies with 40 people
Yon.Barry L. Watts & Kenna Watts. Ninety-four transports required needing attention. Cardiac patientswere
James O. Goodwin,Jr. & Deborah the transporting of 97 patients. U)..next highest need, with 20

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FOR SALE RENTLEASESALEOFFICE We Have All The Time

EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS N.w Evinrude CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted In The World FOR YOU

SHIH-TZU PUPPIES AKC registered. outboard and trolling motors In box, SPACE: 500 ft. for to the Bradford County .....HOMES.....
sq. rent on and paid In
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$250 9644151. Itchg 4/6 1988 8 1989 models. Dealer Invoice. Hwy 301 Starke. Apply at Durrance Telegraph writing already BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY LAKEI! 90' on water, 360' deep. Tastefully decorated 3
credit Is
BLACK T WHITE PAINT MAKE: 7 yrs. old.gentle 100% financing available G B M Sales Pump S Supply, 9647061. 8/25TF advance established unless with this office. BR, 1% bo home: also newly decorated 2 BR. 1 bo MH, pr.tty beach, long
good for pleasure riding. 1-800-544-2850! day 8 a.m.-5 p.m. CST. 1000
lean SQ. FT. OFFICE! Hwy 301 South THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD dock. $190.000
964.3349. 21pd 4/6.13 across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN CLEAN. CLEAN 1664 S.F.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage space, CHSA. wood
GOOD PLEASURE/TRAIL HORSE STUMPKNOCKER BOAT with 20hp Mercury month. 964-8848 eves 473-3627. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER heater, built-in stove, 25x15 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acres,' lots of trees,
gelding, sorrel 13 yrs.. 15 h. 9648023. and trailer, $1295. Call Tom 12/8TF
garden 16W.
THE TELEPHONE. spot. Hwy. 80,000
4tpd 4/6.27 old. 9647200. Itchg 46PERSONALS FOR SALE BY OWNERS: small mobile Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, 214 WATER ST.2 BR, 2Ba nice fenced yard sep. garage, Sale priced! $ 25.000
BROWN APPALOOSA MARE saddle.6 yrs.$500. home park on Grilfls loop (Rd. 100-A). prior to Thursday publication. KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB, 3 BR/lBa, carpet cent heat, window
with
9ft4 Current.7670 Cogglnl.llcho 46.20MISCELLANEOUS Four lots with three mobile homes and Classified display deadline TUESDAY, air stove, refrig DW, 2 telling fans, fenced back yard, nice lot $ 38.000
room for more. Rental Income $700 5:00 P.M. Special Classified display REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ, 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame,fenced yard $ 16.OOO
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE monthly. Call after 6 p.m. 964-8970 or placement Is NOT Guaranteed. HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame,3 BR.2 Ba, CHSA 1539 s.l., 1.7 acres. $ 45.000
Australian European ScandinavianHigh 964.4430 or 964-8705. 2/16TF Minimum charge for classified ads Is PINEBREEZI SUB: 3 BR, 1V4\! ba, brick CHSA 100x109 lot $ 40.000
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ST. LAWRENCE RIVER CRUISING] Join usihis school Exchange Students arriving 15 words for $3.50 then 15 cents for N.W.65th AVENUE:3 BR, 1 ba, 5 acres $ 75.OOO
year for a wonderful 3 or 5 night In August Become a host family for Ads each word thereafter. $1 billing charge FINI HORSI FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235, 15 minutes from Starke. 3
wise aboard Canada's elegant CANA American Intercultural Student Ex Classifieds will be added to each CHARGEDclanill.d BRII Ba 70-yr-old home, CH&A 6 stall barn, pole barn, tool shed utility
Call 1800SIBLING. Icon
DIAN EMPRESS. Visit romantic cities, change ad.
Get Results building' training track REDUCEDI! $140,000
,he world-famous 1000 Islands, the GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 3500 s.f. home, 4 BR. 3 full baths ft two

remarkable International Seaway and .......-- --- ... \V! baths. 100'on Lake Geneva,2V4 acres with sprinkler system, sunbathing
'locks Upper Canada Village and more. r decks, located on SR 21 South of Keystone. Beautifully landscaped.
DIAL A BROCHURE toll free
MATHEWS REALTY ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today!
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1i.! 1 AFFORDABLE AT $53,000: 1023 E. Call St.. 3BR, I A bath CHSA, cable ready,
LOSTFOUNDSMALL stove, refrig., 1596 s.f., approx.' acre lot.
(od 0 -;; .' 9644469REALTOR LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS. PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful

? Spanlsh-style home, 3450 s.f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2V4 ba, formalLR
BLACK ft TAN MALE DOG oboui: las i When Milling real estate,why settle for telling the whole town fully equipped kitchen 'Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio, pool ceiling fans, 2

seen weeks at Handy-Way His In Hampton Is Bear, Grand. I If f whon you can tell the whole world? car garage,new roof zoned Agrl., 2 ossum mtg. $135,000
2 ago. him.name Call 4681856. Itpd KEYSTONE HTS Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba, Ig. FR. klt/DR combo
children miss I MOBILE HOMES Lowteyl 18 acres with 6UU tt. Hwy. 2000 s.f.. CHSA,city water 2 septic tanks, exc. condition. $ 60,000

1917 Concord 3 BR, TA\! ba, has extra 125 frontage. BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3 BR, 1 ba,CB,wood floors 1185 s.f., 5 acres $ 60,000
J I I'I I lot with wood frame. house, city -City one acre on Laura St., room for CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin 98 ft. on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000

"". ''' utilities. several residential lots. HWY.225.2/1 frame,3 stall barn newly rewired, 2 Ac. $32,500
Bradford,.. .ertres fJ{ 1973 New Moon 12x60, with approx. City! 1.38 Ac., great office location. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB: 3 BR. 1 Ba 1500 ..f.,wood from. $ 50.000
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SR 100 3.5 potential
10 acres North of Lawtey, 105th Ave. City: : acres BROOKERt brick and from.,Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000
commercial
.it HOMES development area. MENG DAIRY ROAD 2.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHSA,to near $ 40,000
& InvestinentSI11G.;":-,@W ; e964763QSiJZf ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME built by HOMES&ACREAGEHall HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.

n:: >dJ:, l}<..tb..YJk\':';>\>< /'ti < -. In 1987. Located In Lake Hamp.THERESSA AREA 1 Acre 3 BR, 2 Also 3 BR MH, 1 '/ ba, on 3 acres.

(( ) : r !!! !Krtahfns{ \ ; ton Oaks. Shown appointment. Bath 1564 s.f. home $55,000. APARTMENT FOR RENT. Also 3/2 home.
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-; Two BR, 1 BA, nice lot $13,000.Union Cty: 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft.
.....LOTS S ACREAGE.....
Southgotet. Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home.
CHSA. WALDO:4'lots city water well,septic, 2 power poles. $ 28.000
BUILDING LOTS DALEWOOD SUB Two 75'xlSO' 'lots or buy as one 150x150', paved
_BEST VALUE $51.000: Brick veneer situated on over 2 1/2 LANDS Little Lake Santa Fe 100x160 ft. lot,
extra 1 1/2 baths. 3 bedrooms. .R. 100 A, Two 6.77 acre parcels.I street. $ 12.50O
acre Ig. living room. new septic tank, approved for well CROSBY LAKE CANAL:3 Lots, concrete boat ramp $ 22,500
separate dining room detached storage barn. Between power source to lot GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' on water and extendingto

Starke and Keystone Hts.IMAGINEOnlv Hwy 21. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
-! $35.000 to own a 1987 doublewlde Bob Mathews Realtor.. Andy Jordan Associate $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot $48.000. .

complete with one acre well & septic Located In Keystonearea 441 W. Madison St.. Starke Dolly Simpson Associate LOT t,GOLF AIR RD: Country Club Estates, 1.11 acres Make an Offer I $ 8.700
CONERLY ESTATES! Lot 12 $ 10,000RD.
of Clay County. 100 EAST! 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000LAWTEVtSacres

PRICE REDUCED! Spacious doublewlde 1/2 acre needs 105th Ave., good Investment $ 15,000
some tender loving care located Just south of Starke. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres,Swells, 2 poles $ 50,000

NEW MODEL HOME now under construction in Southgate \ :.R iS ( IJE Sa WINDING TREE LAKE:Lot 246,Fla. Frontier $ 15,000

Subdivision solid Investment good area. VA & FHA After Hours

available. $60s.
financing Ann T.rwlll.gor Nation . . . . . . 473-7541
ASSUMABLE MTG. 10 1/garb. fixed. $254.02/mo. 30 Term. BY OWNER.
Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-3160
little home In Starke. nice area listed at 37000. *
cozy a 43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150,000 Joy Thornton . . . . . . . '.. . .964.4223
TWO-STORY!' COUNTRY HOME nn one acre stone
Beautiful Lake Lots! On Paved Road in Debra Connaughton . . . . . . . .9642833HERITAGE
fireplaces. hardwood floors, tin roof all electric. 3/2 $25OOO&
Hawthorne Up
'assumable mtg. 11%..$456.50/mo.. In excellent shape. Only -0) wurosr ... ,v "-"..., ..., .. .,..,SJ. ...I.J
for sale. Mile ruqa
Lakefront Acreage 1/2 Lake'Frontage 2 jlolr l I'r .
$48.500 firm. ., 'f: 'fj A', .owat: q2\no ,0,1 craM, ,0ft
The ultimate in well-planned home. Close-in in Alachua County
$73.000: a Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR. 2 BA .$185.000
1.42 lots of oak cabinets. 3 bedroom 2 baths marble
ac.. .
Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton
whirlpool tub and vanity tops plant window extra storage Rodman Reservoir .$25.000 VILLAS

large utility room and more. Mobile Home Lots .$3500 & Up
One &Two Acre
.$62.500. Crystal Lake homesites area. 3/2 family room. 607 Bradford Court in Starke
New 2 BR. 2 BA Home in Graham .$40.000
Florida detached garage/carport. Well
fireplace. room 200 Acres near Theressa .$1.000 Acre Applications for Immediate occupancy are being accepted
I maintained and In good condition.e$42.500 .
very a Building Lots in Smokerlse Subdivision Keystone $5,000 on 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220
I Frame w/brick veneer on 2 1/4 ac., extra large
kitchen 2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .$22,500 plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.

RFTTAIL area.SPACE for lease near Community State Bank For Sale or Rent .... Mobile Home. 2 BR w/Bath on Rental information and applications are available at the

2 Acres Graham Rental Office 607 Bradford Court. Starke
$560/mo.. approx. 1100 sq. ft. .Two. 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6,500 Each Equal

Call about our many other properties. 3 BR. 2 BA Home on 3 Ac. In Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent. Call 964-6216 @ Homing

We can assist you with Jlnwwing. a 2 Homes 2 MI. North of Starke. 3 BR 1 BA Completely Mon.-FIt. 9-5:3O: p.m. Opportunity

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EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR 964-4522 REALTOR ,
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Starke. Fl. Homes; Lots/ Acreage I Waterfront .

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[ CHURCH STRUT.Zen/ISA Home. CH&A, Stove ft Refrl. 1536 SF, Corner
Located Hwy. 307, 2 blocks South of C.R. 100221' Lafayettd St lot. '

s WANT PRIVACY 3BR/18A Rough Pin. A-Frome Home, Porches All ]
*REDUCED-.Executlve home, bocks up to golf course. Must seel REALTOR! ,Ch f Ui riynn Around Loads of Trees, 6.16 Ac. '
*LOT WITH NICE TREES across from Hampton Lake. IN THE CITY.3BR/2BAModulor Home, CH4A Stove, Refrl Gropes Swim. I

*VA ASSUMABLE 14 wide mobile home on 3 nice acres. Priced to sell at $28,500. 1l III.i mlng Pool Bldg 16x24 w/Pollo Storage Bldg 12x12. Nice Lot. '

*EXCELLENT STARTER HOME or rental. $35,000. I i; i.H ... NEAR DOWNTOWN Two-Story From. 4BR/2BA. Large Living Room, Din.
*NEW LISTING! beautiful grassy lot, cleared and filled on Hampton Lak., paved ing. Family Kitchen ft Laundry Rooms, Floor Furnace AC Unit 104x210
road. A Few of Our Many Listings Lot. .

*NEEDS LOVEI I Fixer upp.r with excellent possibilities, on on. acre, $35,000. *OWNER ANXIOUS! Two story farm house on 75 acres. 4 BR, 2 Ba, needs a new PEACE AND QUIET.38R/2V4 IA Two-Story Log Hams CHftA.Slav., Refrl ft
*NICE ACRE beautiful trees In Lowtey. coat of paint and a new owner. On paved highway. Price reduced. Dishwasher 3000 SF Large Enclosed Garage, Well a Septic Large lot. ,
*GRAHAM AREA approx. 1700 s.f., block house, 3 BR, 2 bo, fireplace, Ig. open CROSBY LAKI CANAL LOT high and dry $13,500. IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB Home, Large Living-Dining Room Family .
shed, on VA acre, 61000. *J YEAR OLD BEAUTIFUL BRICK In the Country Club. Almost 2000 s.f., 3 BR, 2 ba, Room Kitchen has Formica Cabinets and Breakfast Nook CHftA Garage,
*BEAUTIFUL LARGE HOME In country on 2 acres with pool deck, Ig. screen CH&A. Family rm. fireplace, and more. Built by Bobby Hall. Well ft Septic 3 Ac. -
porch other extras. *LAWTEY ARIAs nice home, CH&A, on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful.. GOOD BUY UR/IBA Frame Home AC. Space Heater, L.... KitchenDining -
1 MYRTLI STREET! 3 BR 2 ba. only 39500. BUILDING LOT in Conerly Estates, nice area. : ATM. Urge Screened Porch, 112x310 Lot 24000.
*APPROX. 2 ACRES with DW mobile home, will do a (wise/purchase. *LAKE UVINO AT ITS BEST! Beautiful, high ft dry lot, areas finest home, too On AWAY FROM IT All 2 BR/1 BA Mobile Horn.In Good Condition, Well
;!\! *SOUTHGATti large 3 BR 2 ba, rock fireplace, decorated nice. \many extras to lists. Call for appointment. | a Septk 9.5 Ac w/Frontoge on New River

f *GOLFVIEW< w. have 5 nice building lots left In Golfvlew. *FRAME HOME large bedroom bath large living room eat-In kitchen.
SELECTED PROPERTIES
1 *HWY. 16 W, 4 BR, 2 bath frame, 45000. I II I COUNTRY LIVING! over 2400 ..f., CH4A. 9 acres, paved rood extra nice. .
I *LAWTEY! Nice 3BR, 2 ba, CB horn. I : DEVELOPER NEEDED: 8 acres In Stark., city water ft sewer available 19 ACM. Frontage on Forsyth Road.
TWO 1 ACRI LOTS! available off Hwy. 225. I II' ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club; 3/2'A, over 1800 s.f., fireplace, range, TWO BUILDING LOU Shady Oaks S/D. Brooker...
*FOUR ACRES 4 BR, 2 bo. with another 3 BR, 1 bath home and slnglewlde MH refrig./ DW on 1 acre, assumobl. mortgage. 6 ACRES Well SeptIC and Power Pol*.
I' plus 2 MH rental spaces. Owner will consider financing. I *BRICK IN STARKIt 3 BR, \'A Bo, CK&A. 47000. 7 ACRES Well ft Septk. 200 Amp Power Pole. Pine Trees.
*3.t ACRES beautiful wooded land to build on or put mobile horn. *HWY. 16 WEST Brick 3/2V4 on 1 ocr.. lots of .xtras. See this one. I.' ACRES Power Pole ft Well. Owner Financing. Small Down Payment.
j *HWY 301 NORTH! 10 acres with approx. 500'frontage on 301,water sewer and I CONVENIENT TO STARKI OR GAINESVILLE! Nice brick home, over 2200 s.f.. $.7 Acne Two Story Bldg. w/UvIng Area Upstairs 6400 SF, Hwy. 301 M.
44 ACttS Will Divide Owner Financing Good Term, Broker
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f 2.78 acres.
electric. CHftA. rang, ref., woodbumlng stove on _
*ENJOY THE SUMMER on beautiful Crystal Lake and get a bargain to boot! Over CLOSE TO CECIL FIELD MH, 1 M. 2 BR. IV ba, quiet nelghbhood. 23500., It ACRU Will Divide. Pecan Grave, Well a Septic Owner Financing.
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4,000 ..f. 3 BR home, Jacuzzi large upstairs deck overlooking me water, price : .24 ACRI FARM that has It all-fish pond. Improved pasture, beautiful oaks, I 6 ACRES Frontage on Hwy. IOOW City Water ft Sewage Available. ,
1 ACLU Good Commercial Location. 16W.
reduced to sell. I barns cross-fenced, water In all pastures 2 mobile homes. Hwy.
*HIGH TRAFFIC! Jones Craft ft Gift Shop Crafts croft supplies and gl.... 1 ACM .Zoned for Mobile Home, $3,500. '
I I If You Don't See Something You Like, Call Uil : COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 I ft Cherry St. $23.000. f ACRES Hwy. 301. South.
ONE-HAL ACRE Zoned for Mobil. Horne, $3.000
I OVER 300 ACRU with 3/4 mil. of highway frontage, excellent hunting. *
Other Listings to Choose From '
We Have
Many I LAKE GENEVA Large lot- 100 ft. on Water,
miles to Stark.OnIy $1500 owe.
1 mil. to Club 2 per
____' \ Country LAKE lOTS Crosby ft Sampson, Owner Financing.
*13 ACRES HIGH ft DHYi pecan trees, well ft septic, 29000. (Fr.. M.H.)
I LARGE ARIA OP LAND Northeast Section of City.,
s s COUNTRY CLUBi Brick over 1900 s.f., formal) living ft dining room .
Call One of Our Professionally' extra bedroom. VA bath.
room or
family room rec
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THINGS
RELATED
I *CLOSI TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1900 ..!., 100x300 lat 56000. ..
Trained Staff Today.....364-5069 MAW YOUR NEXT STOP AT ACYELERA TED .
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I Darter Godwin.... 468-2303 ; Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings i .






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SALES LAND FOR SALE HELP WANTED ESTATE CARSTRUCKSVANSMust

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SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL. 100 ACRES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted COSMETOLOGIST ,
six house
and born. Guaranteed
EDI new and used all mak.. and Owner will finance room to the Lake Region Monitor of. benefits. Full-tlms salary 8 8 TO 30 ACRES with large concrete ..11197'Customised Ford Van. Excellent -
mod.// $2000/Acr lice or part-tlmo. barns Also new daublewlde on 1 acre condition. Excellent pric.
uI? Jom.V Strickland. Phone 964.7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF In writing and paid In advance lions rvqulrsd. Phone 4752211.
964.8733.3/23TF Hwy. 2331 16 (Morgan Rd.). LOT FOR SALE BY OWNERs In city no unless credit I. already establishedwith 4tchg 4627IXPIRIENCEO or larger In country. Call 496-3939 462.2075 leave message. 3/30 4tchg.
day. 454-1595, vnlngs. tfn/chg. 4/20.
mobile this office.MONITOR
homes
WOMEN'S QUALITY Zoned for modular DENTAL ASSISTANT -
plumbing tool., dl.CLOTHES. .!i. 5.8 homes 5000. Coll 964-5764 from 8-5 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD noodsd. Part tlms/full tlms, Keystone
9-5 1234 cutters. ,ie. Sot! p.m.; after 5 and weekends call RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Hslghts. Call Clndl 473.3789 Tu... thru HOMES FOR SALE
p.m. Blanding St. Itpd 4/6 964.5251.3/16TFrw CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Thurs. 9 am.1 for Informa FOR SALE
FIVI FAMILIES p.m. more
Fri a Sat.
4 mil.North ol THREE ACRES THE TELEPHONE.
on man-made lake South tlon. 2tpd 3/30.4/6
Stark on 301. 2 stereos, jewelry .$ of Classified deadline Is 11:00 Tuesday TWO BEDROOM 2 BATH house with
.c. Sampson. Owner will finance. 0 : o.m. READ BOOKS FOR PAYI! $100 tltlsi.Writs .
Irleal appliances, dishes, ml.c. Itpd 4/6 down. 964-5980. 2tpd 4/6-13 prior to Thursday publication. a 1. 2 and 9 acre lots far horns or mobile fir,place. Vaulted living room ceiling
: PASE-M1743 161 S.
SATURDAY. AM. 1,9 am.2 p.m. 1218 13 ACRES ((5 cl..r.d)1) well and septic, Minimum charge Is 15 word.for$3.50, N. Aurora IL 60542. 4tpd 4/6-27 Llncolnway homes In Ratford ownr financing with walk-In linen room laundry room car
Wilson Rd. 3 block behind hospital several pecan trees, free mobile then 15 cents for each word thereafter PART-TIME HELP small down payment. Call 4311714. port. Brand n.w above ground swimm
WANTED
Must have
Furniture, exercise equipment .stereo horn. Pleasant Grov. area off Rd. 16 Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 own transportation 3/24 chgtfn. ing pool with hug wooden deck. Also
TV. clothM, household Items. Itpd 4/6 West Call 964-4522, ask for Patty or Keystone HI.., FL 32656 secretarial helpful prior legal Stove, refrigerator washer dryer. Call screened-ln cookout area with kitchen
Fill a SATURDAY p.m.. North 301 to otter 6 p.m. call 964-5669 Outlaw Real experience Must but notnocsssary 496-2090. 3/30 2tpd. 4/7. and bathroom. On 3 acres, 2 blocks
Textile Town turn work daytime hours. from school.
right. 2nd trailer on ty. 4tchg 3/23-4/13 SERVICESSEWING 473-2192. 71500. Weekdays
right. Itpd 4/6 2tchg 46.13RENTALS 4963939. evenings and weekends

LARGE YARD SALE Hwy. 100 E to 18. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-U7B 4963607. tfn/chg. 1/26
Gr..n building on right 8.30-4: p.m. LAND I LOTS OF LAND In every direction MACHINES CLEANED and HELP WANTED"Nurses" BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four
Itpd 46MULTIFAMILYi from Stark. From $1.000/acr with EZterms. adjust tension In your ham. Special bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim.
household items. $12.95. Repair all brands. Work ON LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio ming pool and satlllt Large oak.
clothes dishes, etc. 9 until. No sales SHORT ON CASH 2 acres, well S septic. guaranteed. 4737862. 3/2 tfnchg apartment furnished laundry A dock Baylor week nights.Great pay. 119500. Two additional acres
before a.m. S23 W. Euclid St.. Stark, Only $250 down. EXPERT HOUSE CLEANING and care forth facilities, utilities furnished. $275 mo, Excellent benefits Contact Kay Dowl- avallabl Call 496-3939 days and
follow from 95% elderly. References. 4733723. $275 Ing 1.259.3151 Ext. 215. 3/30 2tchg. 454-1595 2/2
signs Madison St. and/or FINANCING available for package deposit. 4732919. 3/2 tfnchg evenings tfn/chg.
Edward. Rd. Itchg 4/6 deal on land mobile horn, well septic 4tchg 3/30-4/20 ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 BR, 1 4/7. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U
YARD SALEi Saturday 4/8 9-2 p.m. and pole, set up and ready to move BUILDING AND REPAIR SERVICE deck Carp.1and BA large living room dinette, kitchen Lake Butler Apparel Company "Wants repair). Delinquent fox property.Repossessions. .
Lawt.y corner 301 and 225 by Handy. Inl I tile Installation building equipped overhead fans, air conditioned You I" Are you a dedicated person who Call ((1)) 800-M7-MOO
Way. Children cloths, furniture, big RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-U7B roof repair etc. 4730884. 2tpd laundry S dock facilities. $350 has experience In the sewing field or Ext. GH-1136 for current rep list.3/10
m.n'. cloth., ladles all sizes, tlrei, 3/30-4/6 mo $350 deposit. 4732919. 3/2 tfnchg ore you Interested In learning? W* Bled. 4/27.
HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Clean cut yard train. W offer
,
farm paid holidays paid
lots
equipment of mlic. Itpd 4/6 COMMERCIAL SPACE available inKeystone
GARAGE SALE Fri ft Sat. Apr. 7.8. Twoshotguns raking mowing trimming edging Hslghts. 2 locations: 700 vacation credit union profit sharing FOR RENT
PERSONAL sq.
SERVICESWANT roof free estimates. attendance
sweeping Incentive, medical
and lifeInsurance.
22 cat. ml-automatlc rifle, ft. ft 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility
4732278. 4/6-13 .
baby bed playpen strollers, high TO DRINK 2tchg In both locations 473.3193 or 650 SE 2nd Call 496-3601 lake or com by MINI STORAGE 5x5. $15: 5x10 $20:
choir port-a-crlb potty choir sofa THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS! DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING 473-7683 leave message. 3/2 tfnchg 2tchg. 413.Typist Street Butler. 4/6 10x10 $30 per month plus $20
two bar stools, bicycle, bdtpradi, WANT TO STOP HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call MELROSE AREA 2 BR furnished mobile deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
500.00
heeti, dungar., poll A pans, THAT'S OURS I LaRu Leveling Service for all your home. $190 month plus deposit. No weekly at home I Infer tfnchg. 12/22
motion ? send self addressed
dlihei, 20 In. box Ion 1980 Dotsun 4 Alcoholic Anonymous foundation rpalr Kyton pets. 16846634. 3tpd 3/30.4/13 stamped MOBILE HOME LOT. 1 acre shaded lot
dr. Motion wagon. 7 mils South of 94-4150.94-B&14.9 4-3619 473-7721. 7/9TF 30 FOOT CAMPER with AC furnished Butler.envelope 4/6 to J-R-H P.O. Box 253 Lake ready for mobile home hookup near
Stark on Rd. 100 on left. Itpd 4/6 pd 5/28 CARPET YOUR BATHROOMi several colors except for cooking gas. Prefer single. 2tchg. 4/13. Worthington. Call 496-2185 after 6:00
LAWTEY APARTMENTS! Sat., Apr. 8. 9 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free to choose from. $45 Include In $200 month. 4732667. 2tchg 3/30.4/6 NOW HIRING full and part-time p.m. tfnchg.
til. Furniture, dishes, S Browns Carpet Service, 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin cashiers. Apply at S A S Food Stores.,
pot pans, Iron .lImal... HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., stallation. lake. OFFICE SPACE, 150 W. Main Street
iklllefi baby items, etc. Itpd 4/6 Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF 4732347. 2tpd 4/6.13 Fish swim ski. $250 week. 4733856. Hwy. 100 lake Butler. Itpd 4/6 $100.00 month. Call 4962261.

ESTATE SALE Apr. 6-7-8. from 9.6 p.m. BULLDOZER WORK $40 per hour. 4tpd 4/6-27 RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTSI!
Furniture, diihet, llneni, etc. 6536 Im- 7823306. If no answer 782-3954, leave MISCELLANEOUSATTENTION LAKE COTTAGE FOR RENT by week Spacious mobile homes. WW carpet
akole Rd. off Hwy. 21 N. 473.9321 name and number. 8/25TF $250. Spring Lake, Keystone Heights. MOBILE HOMES CHSA cable ready stylish Interiors.

Itpd 46LADIES WELL DRILLING. PUMPS a SERVICE Dur- COLLECTORS. DEALERS 473-3151. 4tpd 4627MOBILE FOR SALE Pines, SR 121, Lake Butler 4962366.
AUXILIARY Airpark Baptist.Sat. ranc Pump 8 Supply Co., Water and Bargain Hunters. The Pack Rat has 4tchg 3/3O-4/20:
.. 4/8. 3 mil. West 100, 3rd dirt rd, Systems Specialists, 864 N. Tempi a large selection of good quality solid HOMES
past cemetery on left follow slgni. Ave., US 301, Stark, Fl 32091. 9/8TF furniture, old ft nw glassware, tools, 2 mobile homes, 12 wide, 2 bedroom YARD SALE
Cancel If rain. Begins at 8 a.m. Itchg SU-El RETIREMENT HOME Day. week jwlry, books...Ther*'s just no way to FOR SALE 1983 $5.500 Refrigerator stove, A/C.
4/6 long term stay. 468-2619. 1I/17TF list It all. If w* don't hove it, we will Ready for Immediate occupancy. 10
MOVING SALIi Saturday 9:00. WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES find It. Call us at 473-2183 or com by DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 ACRE Starke. wide, 2 bedroom 1969 $1,800. Gigantic Yard Sale Multi-families will
household furniture, 1970 Chrysler 964.5606.15TFTUTORING and spend a fw hours. Located on $306 mo. 9649172. near Refrigerator stove, A/C. Ready for Immediate join together offering a large variety of
($150)), microwave, TV, misc. 832 W. SERVICES Is child Itchg 4/6 tlems for sale at the Union County
your struggling Hwy 100. 1 mile cost of traffic light. 10 THREE SINGLEWIDESi under occupancy. Call Frank Norris
Cypr.... Itpd 4/6 with D' when priced Riding Club Saturday 8, 9.OO
C's
making they am.5 p.m. 2tchg 4/6-13 $6,000 for fast sale. 9646408. 496-3900 after 3:00 p.m.3/30 2tpd.4/7. April
YARD SALE Sat.. Apr. B, 9.1 p.m. are capable of making A's? Call BOWS-TENTS-BACKPACKS Sleeping 1985 14x70 MOBILE Itchg 4/6 For rent or sal*. Financing avallabl a.m. There will also be cakes and hot
Refrigerator $60; Kirby vacuum 964-8594 after 12:30: p.m. 1/26TF bags, outdoor clothing and camping good condition.HOMEs 3 BR. 2 Ba Com by office Little Mobil Horn dogs for sale $.50 each. All proceeds
cleaner beautiful brass lamps, odds & MATURE LADY willing to babysit In my accessories. B 8 J Outfitters In 964-9172.Itchg very 4/6 $162 mo. Park behind S8S. 4/6. Itchg. 4/6. will go to the UCRC. 3/30 2tchg. 4/7.
.nd*. Lots of clothes. 426 N. WalnutSt. home Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Gainesville, corner of SR 26 and 34th 1919 14' Wide $6995.00. Comes with Multi-family yard sal*. House, car, boat
.. 9645032. Itpd 4/6 Large fenced In yard close to Waldo St. 3762721. 2tpd 4/6-13 DESPERATE) 14 X 70, 3 BR/1 BA mobile wood siding. 2 bedroom 1 bath appliances dishes, pots, silver lots of odds *
FRI ft SATURDAY childrens clothes, Elem. School. 468.1974 anytime. TFds home set up with lot. Shingle roof Included delivered to ends, SR 121, dirt road end of Prlt-
some baby Items, ladles clothes, size WILL DO YARD WORK trim hedges and near Ksystone. Make offer. Will sell lot. Coll 755.5114 Circle B Mobil your chest Trucking fence, follow sign -
med., odd. ft endi. CR 225 one mil. .mow lawns. Reasonable price. Edward CARSTRUCKSBOATSSTINGRAY mobile home separate. 473-2730 Home, Lake City Florida. 4/6 4tchg. Saturday. April 8, 8:00 a.m. 2.00: p.m..
down Sampson City Deerfoot Trail Rd. Jones, 782.3479 anytime or 782-3845 weekends/388- weekdays after 5. 4/27. 496.3230.416 Itpd. 4/6.
Look for signs. Itchg 4/6 after 5 p.m. 4tpd 3/23.4/13 MAXUM I 19 ft., deep 4tchg 3/16-4/6 28'x 70",4 bedroom masonltlng shingle, Saturday Sunday April B.',':00 a.m..
DANNY a WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE V-hull V-8 Mercury O/D with SS prop HIGH RIDGE ESTATES DW mobile homeon plywood floors, efficient 4:00 p.m.. 935 S. Lake Avenue, lake
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Free estimates. 9642213. 4tchg ft P/5 custom dmagic tilt 5/Ax large corner lot. Vi mile off SRIOO. $245.00 per month.energy Call 755-5114, Clrcl Butler across from New Gym.
3/23.4/13 aluminum trailer. Low hours, mint 475-2797 4753213. Household and
con- or Byappolntm.nt.41pd B Mobil Homes, Lake City Florida. miscellaneous Items.
WILL WATCH AND CARE for your child or dltlon. Serious inquiries only. After 5 3/23.4/16 4/6 4tchg. 4/27. 4/6 Itchg. 4/6.

Infant in my Starke ham. HRS p.m. 4753241. 2tchg 3/30-4/6 REDUCED $46,500 Country quiet 5 l,It DoubUwld $11,99.00. 3
registered. 9643521. VW RABBITS Good far
Itpd 4/6 2 shop ,
parts
1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS TONING TABLES. HOUSECLEANING available acres, 3 BR/2 BA DW above ground bedroom plywood floors, delivered to
$150 each 80 Pinto needs work $150.
COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS! 9648685. 2tchg 4/6-13 anytime. 473.0249; 4734618. Itpd 4/6 pool fireplace, cathedral ceilings, your lot. Call 755-5114 Circle B Mobil.
Save to 50%. Prices from $249. Body CARPET YOUR BATHROOM: several colors Keystone_ school. 4733087. Itpd 4/6 : Horn., Lake City Florida. 4/6 4tchg.
lamps, lotions. Call today FREE 4/27. COWARTAir
wrap. to chaos from. $45 includes In.lIaliotion. .
color catalog l-800-835-38264con) rn" ." Brown' Carpet"Service, ANIMALS FOR SALE YARD SALES 19(3 3 bedroom. 14' x 7$' wood siding
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL or shoe 4732347. 4/6-13 appliances Included. delivered to your Air Conditioning
star, chaos from: Jean/Sportswear CARPENTRY 2tpd REPAIR WORK porches, M3NIES./ $100 oor.l/*127 -"'V S "'ARIC'6'1"1UlS'0nt.' :' ) r d'.f.:! I let $JOt95.O! '.lC*ft: -' 4ClrB";II ua. 6'p.m. 4tchg 4/6.27 V Mobil Homes, Lake Florida. 4/6 )
ladles, mens, children/maternity City
doors 7 94.
screen Installed minor plumb- Friday April Saturday April 8,
APPALOOSA MARE 6 old. Needs 427.IJOUBLEWIDE.
4tchg.
large sizes, petit, years
Ing remodeling. 9646232. Itchg 4/6 9-12 Itpd 4/6
dancewear/aeroblc, bridal linger! or experienced rider. 473.2042 after 5 4 FAMILY YARD SALE Melrose SR 26 ON 1 ACRE near Stark.
accessories store. Add color analysis. REAL ESTATE p.m. 2tpd 4/6-1: east. Friday a Saturday 91. Itchg 4/6 5306 mo. 9646408. Itchg 4/6 I 964-8025 |
Brand names: Liz Claiborn, HUNTING DOG Beagle pup, $50; two RUMMAGE SALE April 8th 9 a.m.3 19B9 REPO DOUBLEWIDE bank say
HealthTex, Chaus, Lee, St. Mich*!., OUT OF AREA adult dogs, 5C Great deer dogs. p.m. Senior Center Commercial Circle. make up back payments and assume
Serving Bradford
County
Foranza, Bugle Boy Levi Commp 473.0249 47.418. Itpd 4/6 Baked good., plants, etc. Itpd 4/6 note. Call for details. 19646408. Itchg
Beverly Hills, Organically Grown OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots 4/6 and surrounding counties

Lucia over 2000 other Or $13.99 one river access, $5450 Each. No FOR SALE WANTEDDAVIS 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE: living room and for over 15 years.
price designer multi-tier pricing discount mon.y down $65.41 monthly. Owner separate dan with fireplace. Excellent
or family shoe star*. Retail 1.236.4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF REMODELING SALE 1984 Whirlpool condition. 9649172. Itchg 4/6
TIMBER CO. Wants
to buy
prices unbelievable for top quality MIDDLE TENNESSEE 20 acre tracts, electric 30" stove, $100 or make offer; timber. Pine or Hardwood. Call TRANS3TONADDONSYSHM
ihoes normally priced from $19 to$60 wooded some with spring and running 2 plastic bathroom sink with faucet, 473-3148. 3tpd 32346HOMES
Over 250 brand. 2600 style $18.900to
water $390 p.r acre ond up. 10% make offer. 432035. itchy 4/6 .
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$29,900: Inventory, training fix down. Call after 7 p.m. 615.722.3812 or TUB AND SHOWER- standard size, never BOATS A'I nyeae QnpY.4r rtxrlr/
Hires, airfare. grand opening etc. Cat 722-5607. fcan used best offer; Kimball Organ 300
open 15 day. Mr. Loughlin CONDO FOR SALE on the water at the Deluxe entertainment center $350. FOR SALE
((612)888-4223.) 4/6 IS 1/2 Ft. Glastran Trlhull with 135 HP
exclusive Navarre Beach Fl) (close to 473.0249 or 4734618. Itpd 46AFFORDABLE
OWN YOUR OWN RETAIL BUSINESS! All Ft. Walton). Reduced price. Contact Evinrud. New floor and transom Home
I top quality. The latest upo to dati Jim Laftln 205-671-0051, Dothan Al. FAMILY HOME IN CLAY COUNTY gator tilt trailer new tires. Very good i
clothing and shoes avallabl Full fcan spacious 3 BR 2 bo, brick quality constructed condition I $2200 negotiable -. great or j! j
figure, mines, lunlor and children. Includes TEN ACRE residential property tracts 1920 sq. ft., huge 835 sq. ft. buyl! Call 496-2711 evenings. 4/6. Itpd. Mobile f2'-, I 1
fixtures and training. $14,900 to near Jasper Fl. on Hwy. 129, one mil. garage, on one acre. Many extras. 4/6. Homes
29900. Cell 404-956-0695 The Fashion from Interstate 75. Owner Doyle TJI.E. APARTMENTS 89500. Call Trevor Waters Century 19B3 14/12 Ft. Stumpknotker Bass Boat

Image, Inc. fcanClassified Roberson 3111 Old Dobbin Rd.. Montgomery 922 E.Brownlee St. 21 Showcase Properties, Inc., Broker drive on trailer 40 HP Mercury EL, Plus
Al. 36116. 2052798478. fcan 473-4903. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 trolling motor $2650. Call 7536943. Electric
ARBOUR COUNTY. ALABAMA 100 CampBIandingRd.Starke 4/6. 1 Itpd. 4/6. 989

acres, 3 acre lake, 10 openlond. FL 32091
Ads $20,000 merchantable pine timber ,

wildlife, creek 62500. Southern Properties Classifieds
Barron Strother Broker P.O. 964-7133 -
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FREE ESTIMATES 964-6817 after 1.1. 30 Trucks ft AutDa,"&oatJJ.: '. As .easy as 1'-2 3
Restaurant Equipment, Office

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EJ Rtnt for 30{, Suits((50)) Florist Supplies 377-1464
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SHADE 'N SHRUBS and underground
WANTED, FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES sprinklers with this spacious 3 both of Bartow, has been decorated
bedroom 2 bath brick vendor. 3 with the Army Achievement Medal
WANTED: PROPERTY RENO AREA: WE TEACH SKIN CARE FOR SALE beautiful acres with chain link fence of Ft. Hood Tic.
Please wille P. O Drawer 2BO StorkoFlo. Results-oriented products. DematologiMtested. for kids and pets plus on office and The Achievement Medal is award
32091.7TF Mary Kay has a skin care 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition. CH8A. workshop for Dad 11 I ed to soldiers for meritorious ser
I WANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 BR unfurnished system for you. Call today Sandia Rod- enclosed patio on I plus acres, close totown. BEST BUY: 3/1 frame, central A/H In vice, acts of courage, or other accomplishments.
dish Directort Mary Kay Consultant. $29,000.RALPH town, 26000. radio
houso or large trailer In rural Slarkoaroo Murrin is a
Piofooiional couple with one col ((904)964) 5051 or 475-3214. 4/6 BRYAN REALTY, 964 8878 WORTH THE MONEY: 3 8R. 2 ba, on Stale with the 142nd Signal Bat
lego '.'Muclunl 964 8125. sxl. 233. 83 LARGE FOUR BEDROOM. 2 both, land Rd. 230. Living/dining room, family talion.repairer
p.m 01 S.546.5846 oiler 5 p.m 3/30-4 20 details. 19649172. chg 3/30 satellite system.
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LAND WANTED CREDIT A PROBLEM? Wont a mobile 3/2 MOBILE HOME with addition, CHSA, ,
EXTRA CASH OR A FULL-TIME Laverne Williams of Hampton.
I 20 to 1000 ACRES WANTED IMMEDIATE JOB Soil Avon For Information call home, we can help. 19646407. chg enclosed patio, on 1 acre, close to

LY Fast cosh closings possible Writo Ramoiio. 782.3068, 12, 291F 3/30 town. .....-. .....
DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 ACRE near Starke. RALPH BRYAN REALTY,964 8878
to Terry Clayton S. Hwy 41 Rt 10
POSITIONS 2 full time
RN positions .
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Box 319 Lake City. Fl. 32055 4tchg available. Med/Surg experience $306/mo. 964-9172. Itpd 3/30 d(: """' -- ."
REPOSt and doublewldes.
single
3/30-4/20 easy
preferred. Paid time off program. Apply ( [
RESPONSIBLE ROOMMATE WANTED lohore financing, low down payment.
to Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery FOR RENT
3 BR horns. $150 rent and hall Center. SR 100 S 121. Lake Butler. 9646408. Itchg 3/30 ;:
llghti. Call 964-8043. Itpd ./6 4962323. 316TFCHAPLAINFORENCORR TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on 1989 3 BR. 2 .. Airman Sonja Alvaret
WANTED--RELIABLE INDIVIDUAL with : Minimum Ba, CH&A, 24x60 mobile home on one MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, (
acre land In South Storke area. Ready cable TV. 964-7498. 1/12TF j .. .
r fcic>iirf> to cars for 2 children in mhivm / qualifications ordination In religious sewer Amn. Sonja Alvarez
7 6 p to move In. No cash needed. Call Bill TWO BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home ( :..ft.'
Monday-Friday a.m p m denomination. a bachelor's degree
Call allot 6 p.m 9643859. Itpd 4 6 with' a moor| in theology or graduation 964.2624. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 unfurnished $100 month, $150 security Completes AF Basic
NEWII 198 single or doublewido No 1 child. Call
from a seminary or school of theology deposit pets only Airman
FOR SALE and two years experience In conducting mobile homes of your choice, set up on after 6 p.m., 964.B970, 964.4430, ,pi Sonja M. Alvarez
religious services or in providing 1 acre lot, ready to move Into. Located 964.6705. 2/1 6TF .- daughter of Agnes M. Brooke and
counseling. or guidance. In South Starke or Graham area. NO FOR RENT: MOBILE HOMES with city '}/.. .. Leaman Alvarez both of Lake
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At Iowa. CASH NEEDED. Call Freda 964.2624.4lchg water, sewer cable TV, 2 BR, 1 bOlh7.98. Butler has graduated from Air
$14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF SALARY: Based on credentials and experience. 3/30-4/20 ".- 1/12TF Force basic training at Lackland Air
NEWSPAPER PLATESi aluminum Negotiable up to $20,491 an TAKE OVER PAYMENTS like now 1989 HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. Force Base in Texas.
measure! 24x36' $50 each. Great for nually. 24x52 BR, 2 ba doublewide. Masonite Close to prison. Call 468.1323. 3/9TF She is a 1987 graduate of Union
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, 135 siding, shingle roof, many extras. Only 329 CENTER STREET one BR apartment In County High School in Lake Butler.
W. Call St. 964 6305. TF SUCCESSFUL candidate eligible for Fl. $274.OS/mo. No cash needod. Call Bill duplex Adults only. $200 mo, $100
FURNITURE living dining and bedroom Career Service benefits, Including: 964-2624. 4tchg 3/30-4/20 security. 4681115. 4tpd 3'16-4'6 I
Good quality at reasonable prices Collectlbles State contributory health Insurance LOOK! I Mobile Homes of your choice. THREE BEDROOM mobile home for rent.
odds S ends galore 7330 N E and retirement: 13 paid vacation days "Factory Repo" bargains. No cash 964-8614 or 964-5768. 4tpd 3/23-4/13 ::2 Ii
: Waldo Rd. at Steve Sirens Fairbanks. plus sick leave; deferred compensation needed. Call Bill 964.2624. 4lchg TWO BEDROOM unfurnished apartment J
375-7577. 2tpd 3/30-4'6 plan and merit increases. 3/30-4/20 no children or pets. $200 mo., lease r :
APPLIANCES: reconditioned CONTACT: R. NATE HOLTON, PERSON RENT OR BUY-SAME MONTHLY COSTS! 964.8404. 3tchg 3/23-4/6 --
refrigerators, washers, dryers, ranges, NEL MANAGER. NEW RIVER CORRECTIONAL Spacious mobile homes. WW carpets. FOR SALE OR RENT 2 Bedroom house In
air conditioners., Ed's Appliances, Ports INSTITUTION P. O. Box 333, CHSA cable-ready, stylish Interiors town of Raiford. For Info call 4311451. Airman Kimberly Adams I
S Service. 310 E. Call St. 964-2966. Stpd Raiford Florida 32083.0333. ((904)) Pines, SR 121, Lake Butler, 49623664tchg 4tpd 3/30-4/20
3/30-4/27 964-4000. Ext. 537. Or mail completed 3/30-4/20 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: 2 baths largo Amn. Kimberly Adams
SUNTAN BEDS New and used tanning Fla. State application. E.O.E, M/F living room, kitchen, dining room,
Graduates AF Basic
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SEVERAL ITEMS: twin bed, two twin veterans and spouses of veterans OS walking distance to downtown No AC Stationed in N.Y.;

headboards, queen frame butter provided by Chapter 295 Laws of BOG HOG 1974 Ford 3/4 ton 4x4. 460 $350 month. 964.6718 after 5 p.m and
churn pasteurixer, books A choirs. Florida. Itchg 4/6 auto, good shape. SI 800. 964.24362tchg weekends. 2tpd 3/30-4 Airman Kimberly E. Adams,
964.5454. Itchg 4THERMAX / LANCE INC. has an opening in the Sluike 3/30-4/6 TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT: stove, daughter of Edna E. Martin of
) VACUUM CLEANER with attachments area. 5 day week paid vacation profit 19S2 RED CAMARO: good runningcondition. refrlg: all utilities furnished. $80 per Starke, has graduated from Air
2 Y'". old, like new $550 sharing, retirement plan free hospital $3500.very 964-7347 days. week. No pets. 964.8498. 'Itpd 4 6 Force basic training at Lackland Air
473-2345 alter 6pm. 4tpd 4 '6-27 Insurance for employee and 964-4561 2tchg 3/30./6 THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath, laundry room. Force Base, Texas.
eves.
1979 TITAN MOTORHOME: Class A. 26 dependents, Including moior-medicol '79 BLACK CAMARO Z-28: with 302 front porch central air and heat, furnished Air Force Airman Kimberly E.
Onon gen., AC. 32,000 miles since benefits and free life insurance. Person engine, excellent condo 964.5742 alter $275 per month, $125 damage Adams, daughter of Edna E. Martin
new. New tires, excellent condition. select be will
we must ambitious, deposit. Two references required.
5 2lchg 4/6-13 She has arrived for at
p.m. duty
$12,900 or best oiler. 468.I- 09. Itpd work and interested .
Ing to in building o 1975 MUSTANG GHIA Factory 302 Private property. 2 miles South, of Griffiss Air Force Base in New
4/6 good solid future. Contact 694.7600. and tires, volour Starke, call from 7.S p m. 9648951.
engine new
mags York.
PROM DRESS FOR SALE: sire 1617. worn 100 6-9
ext p.m.6., 41011. Itpd 4'6 21pd 46.13LOW
once, extra nice, cheap. 9642629., Itpd CHILD CARE ft LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING IN seats, body has some rust. Very 7567 DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES kitchenettes Adams is a material storage and
$1000 OBO. 964
4/6 MY HOME. Mon.-Frl, 2.6 p.m. for two dependable. available Mobile home distribution specialist with the 416th
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buyt sells and after 5 p.m. Itpd 4/6 Supply Squadron. She is a 1988
boys ages 10 and 13. Must have own AM/FM/coss.. AT, parking space for rent. 782-3332. 2tpd
172 DODGE ISO PU
trodos Soils and usod lurnitureWickor Bradford School.
new transportation be reliable, references looks 4/6-13 graduate of High
PS. good condition good.
rattan and decor items pot helpful. Send letter with salary requirements THREE BEDROOM 1 'ft bath house CHSA
964-B970. 4/6
pourr) and incense. OH TV and to: Child Care, P.O. 1974 MAZDA lto|PICKUPi w/80 Toyota on 1 acre off Rd. 16 West. Sec. dep. and William E. Redding
microwaves as wall 301 E Call St Drawer A, Starke Fl. 32091. 31 jo S trans. $650 or offer. 964.7194.eng.Itpd $395 month. 964-4990. 25chg 4/6-13 Staff Sgt. Carroll
964-3250. 4/6TF 4/6-20 TWO APARTMENTS IN LAWTEY Efficiency To be Reassigned
4/6
GOATS FOR SALE: Lawtey area. EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY I Assam $150. Two-room at $180. Water William Redding
1912 FORD CROWN VICTORIA 4 dr, full at Staff Sgt Rickey R. Carroll is being
762 3362. Itpd 46MAHOGANY ble products at home. Call for Infarmatlon. power, like new. $2995, Call Max paid. 7823949. Itchg 4/6 reassigned to the 8th Special Completes Basic
DINING ROOM SUITE: includes 504641-8003. ext. 9579. 4tpd HOME clean 3 BR, 1 1'/. bath,
Franklin, 964.90OO.l MOBILE : Operations Squadron, 1st Special Training in Missouri
bullet china
table, 6 choirs, ,
4/6-27 4... black ft CHSA on V> acre lot. Completely furnished Hulburt Field at
4 FORD F150: SWB. gold. Operations Wing,
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964 3477.2tchg
cabinet Must sell
moving. PEP-O now taking applications for No $265, plus$100 security
chrome wheels RVT tires, sharpesttruck pets. Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Army National Guard Private
4-6-13
FOR SALE 2 easy chairs, 2 accent chairs.Very cashier/clerk 46.13CHRISTIAN Apply 620 S. Walnut.2tchg In town. $5995. Call Max Franklin APT.deposit.NEWLY 964 REMODELED 7554. 2tchg 1 4/6-13 8R. living Rickey is presently listed as a William E. Redding, son of Carolyn
good condition. Reasonable. 9649000. C-130E Aircrew Loadmaster with J. McKinny of Starke has com
LADY: non-smoker to live kitchen completefurnished.! .
19117 CHEVROLET CAVALIER: 4 dr. AT. room the 61st Tactical Airlift Squadron at pleted basic training at Fort
I 964-3421. Itpd /6
with elderly lady in Keystone Heights. prefer mature couple or
AC. PS, PB. nice family car. $5995. Call quiet area Leonard
Wood
Rock Missouri.
SEVERAL ITEMS: king size woterbed Must have No Little A.F.B. in Arkansas. He ,
Light housekeeping.
own $235 plus deposit. pels.
person.
$250, 2 living room chairs, ottoman, car. Room board small salary. Reply Max Franklin 9649000. Chroma roll 964-6714. Itchg 4/6 received an associate degree in During the training, students
and covers $50. Baby clothes, $25 I9SS FORD RANGER 4x4: Logistics Management from the Air received instruction in drill and
P.O. Box 6006, Starke 32091. 2/26TF bar AM/FM/coss.. nice tires A wheels. RETAIL SALES OFFICE space for rent. 500
964-2611. Itpd ./6 ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wonted for $4995. Call Max Franklin 964 9000. sq. ft. or 960 sq. ft. Call 964.5069, Force Community College. ceremonies weapons, map reading,
mo MOBILE HOME: 12x40. Call Bradford Telegraph. Apply('135 WCallSt. ,, ,,19117 PONTIAC SUN BIRD. 1 owner loaded SuaonM.. .Faulkner' Broker 'Owner Rickey recently completed re- tactics, military I.courtesy,, military
782-3944. Itchg 4/6 ., >Mark. 32091. 2/26TF like AT. AC. $5795. Call Max 2tc..I'.1'0-1:1. : UA InSTATE riVuirements] for a "Bachelor of: 'justlce; irst aid' ,and ArjnyJiistory'andtraditions
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SEVERAL ITEMS 1976 Yamaha 650 $400: ATTENTION HIRING! Government jobs Franklin 964-9000. EMPLOYEES: need home close to Science Degree in Criminal Justice i

1978 Chrysler' good motor and your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call 188 FORD BRONCOt full size 4x4, black your work? We hove clean mobile Administration from Park College in
transmission for parts $200, Montgomery 1-602-838-8885. ext R3493. Stpd XLT, loaded 351 V8. trl. towing pkg.. home available. 468-1323. 10/8TF Parkerville Mo. He was on the
Word riding mower, 5 hp 3/304/13 FURNISHED ROOM -Ith elr. all utilities
till under Alum wheels. Dean's Honor List and graduated
warranty.
elect start. $225. 964 3185. Itpd 4/6 NEED COMPANION TO LIVE IN with List over $23,500. Must sell! 15695. paid From $37.30: weekly. MAGNOLIA Magna Cum Laude.
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT: 2 double elderly lady 3 doys/3 nights. Good pay. HOTEL Walnut !t. bPost Office. TF been
shredder coshregl.ler Call Max Franklin, 964 9OOO. Rickey has in the Air Force
door coolers Hobort ,
I 3 burner, range, hot line and Call 964-9152 days, 964-7839 nights.2tchg 1986 F-150 FORD PUi AC, PS, PB, 3 CLEAN FURNISHED OV.tS: Call 9643754. 4/6 3/30./6 speed, e cyl., 28,000 miles. Very good extras, reasonok rents. PINES, Mrs. Lula Mae Carroll and the late
more. Itpd
I 50 GAL. FUEL TANK stand and ladder WILL BE. TAKING APPLICATIONS daily condo $6900. 964-4462. must sell. 21 pd 496-2366, SR 121. lake Buller. 7/I4TF Roy Carroll of Brooker. LOTS FOR SALE!
from 2 5 p.m. for various positions In 4/6-13 LAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking opplications -
$65: Magic Chef electric range, good food service and Must for 1 8 2 bedroom
condition $75. 7823980. Itpd 4/6 housekeeping. I97S OLDS OMEGA 2 door 2nd owner, apartments Union County Graduate SR 16 West
be 18 of experience helpful, CHSA, fully equipped kitchen
yrs age AC PS, PB. $800. 9645044. Itpd 4/6
SEVERAL ITEMS electric hospital bed but not necessary. Apply in person only. drapes. 782-3531. New management. Reports for Duty Owner Financing -

and mottress, new, $1400. sell for No phone calls. Troll Motel S Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TF Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class
$250: also have tabletop hospital troy Restaurant in Lawtey. Itchg 4/6 HOMES TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT: (may also Jayme U. Bouthillette, daughter of $25OO $35OOCALL
on rollers with height adjuster, new FOR SALE have 1 BR). children and elderly Juanita D. Linzy of Lake Butler
$200 sell for $75. Selling due to loss of welcome. Central heat and air. Off recently reported for duty at NavalStation :
loved one. Call after 6 p.m.. 964 8970. street parking. Best to call 964-8601 Roosevelt Roads, Puerto
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Classified Ads THREE BEDROOM HOUSE on /4 acre on after 7 3/30TF
964-4430, 964-6705. 4to| 3/23-4/13 Griffis Loop front 8 back porch, stove, before 10 a m. or p.m. Kico. ((912)) 681-4516

I Get Results! carpet refrigerator throughout., dishwasher Beautiful Included lot., J-Iigh A J85 School graduate, she joined of Union the Navy County in ((912)) 764-7935

964-5069 ask for Susan. Faulkner Real 1 October 1985.

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RENT TO OWN two bedroom house
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close to school and town fenced In I
backyard. Call 473-9169 after 5 p.m.
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P" Roof ACRES IN LAWTEYi 3 BR. 2Vt ba. 2 ..
All Types Repair
lory frame, 14x50 1984 mobile home 01 STARKE RADIATOR &
No Job too big or too small! 44x28 shelter, 16x16 storage attached
garage w/storage, all for $74.000. Off TRANSMISSION INC
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Labor for New Work Guaranteed 10 Years dead ends Into property. Call collect I COMPLETEAIR

Free Estimates 782-3266,778-7259 3/30-4/6 1-259-6649( Patricia Gray Realty. 2lchg CONDITIONING

14x40 CONNER 19841 $7,485. Eva's SERVICE!

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5 .I DOB RACESEEWhIteMaleHEIGHT:5':7/21/51 FDLE Wants Help with Most Wanted ListA

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WEIGHT:170 Lbs dlsporportlonate amount of bulletin are the people contributing awareness has helped in finding The bulletin will be distributed to
HAIR:Brown serious crime in Florida is being agencies most want to see off the these individuals. It was announced all federal, state and local law en-
EYES BrownCOMPLEXION committed by a relatively small streets. that nationally syndicated television forcement and media outlets in
:RuddySCARSMARKSTATTOOS number of repeat offenders. Armed The most wanted bulletin will be program "Americas Most Florida and selected agencies in
i iir : with that Information Governor published every six months or when Wanted" is featuring Florida's most other states.
2"scar on chin Martinez recommended and the three or more of the subjects ap- wanted futitlve list. Also represen- Citizens having information on a
4 t 89 NO.:264-98-2402 legislature passed the Florida pearing on the bulletin are ap- tatives of the Sunshine Network possible fugitive Indentiflcation
Willie Norris Griffith FDLE NO.:1079465 career criminal program. prehended. Submissions are made have a to include the 'MostWanterfbulletm should immediately contact their
FBI NO.:284785P7 Florida Department of Law En- by local law enforcement agencies, in their statewide local law enforcement agency or call
PHOTO: 1976 NCIC FPC: forcement Commissioner James T. the Florida Department of Correc- coverage. This Is a tremendous opportunity FDLE's toll free Hotline
PI 55 11 COCOPI Moore announced the state's first tions and FDLE. To be included in for us to get widespread 1-800-342-7768.
14 11 17 13 most wanted fugitive list. Those the bulletin the fugitive must be exposure and hopefully make quick Do not attempt to apprehend these
featured in the bulletin are serious wanted for committing a violent work of putting these fugitives Individuals as most are considered
REMARKS:Wanted lor Escape from the Union Correctional Institution.Rallord felony offenders and often will meet felony offense (arson, sexual bat- behind bars, said Moore. extremely dangerous.
FL Griffith was serving life sentence for Murder at the time ol his escape In
the statutory definition of career tery, robbery kidnapping
1979 criminal.An agravated child abuse, aggravatdassault
FDLE career criminal murder manslaughter),
statistical study identified nearly 13 Florida RICO violations or narcoticstrarrickimzlsmuggllng.1f Gush
CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUSFDLE thousand Individuals fitting the necessary, & Flush
definition of career criminal. These additional wanted flyers will be
CASE N0:420.51.0001AUTHORITY individuals were responsible for issued by FDLE when needed to sup-
: Union County Sheriff Office; Florida Department of nearly 100,000 felony arrests in plement the most wanted list.
Corrections;Florida Department of Law Enforcement Florida. At the present time there Septic Tanks
are approximately 232,000 wanted Commissioner Moore emphasizedthat
4 persons in Florida. Of those 96,157 the fugitives featured the
Wanted... are wanted for felony offenses with bulletin are certainly not the only
Thb U the first of a continuing envies which will be run by the Telegraphwhen 2,524 designated as violent offenses. violent criminals out there. We had Highway 121 East Raiford
Fugitive apprehension obviously to start somewhere and these are the
space permit for people recommended by the con-
If of the lilted do not attempt action yourself but get In I presents an enormous challenge
you ee any suspect local law enforcement, said Moore. tributing agencies, said Moore.It .
touch with local: law enforcement grade for assistance. Those featured in the most wanted has been proven that citizen


Fill Dirt 18yds.-$60/LoadTopSoU

ObituariesMrs. I II I or Sand


under the direction of Jones Funeral two brothers Leland Crews of Venus
Christine Brinson Congregational Methodist Church Home. and Cecil ,"rews of MooseHaven; 0 Backhoe Work Replacing
John of-
with Rev. Yarbrough
Mrs. Christine E. Brinson, 80, of ficiating. Burial will be in Pine The family requests donations be one sister, Ernestine Hooks of
Starke, died April 2 in Humana Grove Cemetery under the directionof made to the General Fund of Eliam Jacksonville; and two grand- Drainfield
Hospital in Orange Park followingan Archer Funeral Home of Lake Baptist Church, P.O. Box 509, children.
extended Illness. Butler. Graveside Masonic Rites Melrose, Fl. 32608.Lester Graveside services were held at 3
Born May 15, 1908 in Greenville will be conducted. p.m. Saturday, April 1 in Crosby Fishponds Dug Umerock
Fl, Mrs. Brinson moved to Theressain T. Crews Lake Cemetery with Rev.Jerry Pat- ;
1954 from Miami. She was a ton officiating. Masonic Rites were Also Available
homemaker and a member of Hope Card of ThanksWe Lester Thomas Crews of Starke administered at the grave. Jones
Baptist Church. died Thursday, Mar. 30, in Bradford Funeral Home was in charge of ar
Survivors include two sisters would like to thank all the people Hospital after a long illness. He was rangements.In .
of the businessesand
Nadine Cox and Sue Fussell both of community,
Wauchula, Fla.Graveside churches that have helped us 83.Mr.. Crews was born October 18, lieu of flowers, the family has
funeral services through this time onoss and! grief. 1905 in Venus, Fla, and moved to requested that contributions maybe t
were The donations, food and moral sup- made to the Starke Shrine Club,P.O.
Starke in 1949. During his long
held Tuesday, Apr. 4 in Hope
FL 32091 for theCripple
port was greatly appreciated. Box 174. Starke, ,
as a pharmacist,he reopenedMitchell's
Cemetery in Starke with Rev. Gary career and
I would also like to mention with Children Hospitals
Drug Store in 1952, which
Heath officiating. Jones Funeral
sincere all of the staff and Burn Centers funds.
Home was in charge of ar- gratitude had been founded by his wife's
employees of the Dept. of Corrections father, James M. Mitchell in 1905.
rangements. the National Guard, Darcon, The drug store is still operated on Lady Bug Florist 900 Gal. Tank 375 Sq. Ft. J
Mrs. Deborah Cole Inc.,and all employees. Once again, Call Street in Starke by Mr. Crew's
we would like to sincerely thank son-in-law and daughter Robert L.
Mrs Deborah English Cole, 31, of everyone for your help through the and Carolyn Autry.He 1005 S.Water St.
Middleburg, died Friday, Mar. 31 in loss of our daughter, Meghan was a corporal with the U.S. Starke,FL Drainfield 30" Mound
Humana Hospital of Orange Park Renaud. Army during World War II; a -
following a brief illness. Thanks Sincerely, member of Bradford Masonic LodgeNo. j 964-4956 &Eves.Cetefirate a.1
Born May 4, 1957 in Jacksonville, The Renaud Family 35, and a member of the First
Mrs. Cole moved to Middleburgseven Presbyterian Church of Starke.
years ago. Shje was a Mrs. Ida PerryMrs. Mr. Crews received his Bachelorof $1200Greg
homemaker, a secretary and a Protestant Ida Price Perry, 95, of Science degree from the University Spring
Melrose, died Apr. 3 at her home of Florida in 1933, and a B.S. in n/VitH a gift
Survivors include her husband, following an extended illness. Pharmacy with high honors in 1949.
John E. Cole; her parents, Glenn Born Aug. 5, 1893 in Melrose, Mrs. Early in his career, he was teacher Of flowers
and Jerrie English of Jacksonville; Perry was a member of Eliam Bap- and principal of a school at Im- Griffis
one brother, Glenn English, Jr.; tist Church,where she was a Sunday mokalee, Fla. !From Lady Bug 431-1941
three sisters, Susan West, Stephanie School teacher for about 50 years, During his student days at the Owner
Causey and Leah Prom. and she was a retired schoolteacher, University of Florida, he was
Graveside funeral services were having retired in 1948. elected to Phi Kappa Phi honor c e ( )
Survivors include her sister Susie society; was a member of the Rho
held Apr. 3 at Riverside Memorial
431 1110 (Home)
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Park under the direction of Jones Preston of Dowling Park, Fla., and Chi Society, a pharmaceutical honor
Fun'ralHome of Starke. several nephews and nieces. society; and a member of Phi Sigma ocrU/I.O
Funeral services were held Apr. 5 Biological Society.Mr. .
.1. E. Pearce in Eliam Baptist Church with Rev. Crews is survived by his wife, .-- -
Lucile Mitchell Crews of Starke; a
J E. Pearce, 67, of Raiford, died Jimmy Coyle officiating. Intermentwas of Starke -
-
daughter, Carolyn Autry ;
Monday in Ed Fraser Memorial in Eliam Cemetery at Melrose

Hospital in Macclenny following a ,
brief illness I
A lifelong resident of Union Coun- i
ty, Mr Pearce was retired from HOME FINANCINGPurchase
Union Correctional Institution, wasa
member of the Sanderson Masonic Refinance or Construction
Lodge 122 F&AM, the Scottish Rite
Bodies of Jacksonville, and the New Conventional F.H.A. and V.A. te L J1J
River Congregational Methodist Fixed Rate or Adjustable ,
Church of Raiford. J.
Survivors include his wife, Eloise Gainesville Mortgage Co., Inc. t
Griffis Pearce of Raiford; one son,
Johnny Pearce of Sanderson; two ltlrit
daughters, Patricia Allen of Starke HAROLD K. DAVIS P>b. 964-3739 1 tl,!

and Mary Dugger of Jacksonville; Licensed Mortgage e Located Longchamp Homes 7t i-, nirx

nine grandchildren and one great- Broker I..UIH rryilBldg... US 301 S, Starke
grandchild
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Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 2 p.m. in the New River .r j + s
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IISVFD SeeksCommunity Support GLENDAS SHEAR : r


Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire _
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will not be at the DESIGN 'q ; I
Department County N ik Y i C u
Fair this year but continue to seek 11 8 Thompson Starke FL ;

the support of the community.The 964.4151
volunteers appreciate the sup-
port they have received in the pastat ':v.AF qtr rr
the Fair but they feel it is time to .11 r1i: '01tll kw ;
try other ways to secure donations. "G.IME PERMS 1 i 1i
HSVFD is trying to build a new fire ,
station to house the trucks and \ e
equipment, according to Chief Terry c $ coo I l
A. McCarthy. The property is yQ mm fREG.
secured but help is needed with r
donations of materials 43.00
money or
labor to make this project suc- Mr. Michael or THIS WEEKMr.

cessful.A cookout. is planned by the Tim Only Only For Those Who Think

letter volunteers was in mailed the near recently future and to a U'e Li& 70 2( ep!YOU.coo ing Gaon1714e '

residents in the district requesting
donations for the Building Fund. If Their Banking
you would like to help, make your .
check to HSVFD
payable Building Bradford
Fund, P.O. Box 342, Starke. Your

donation is tax deductible.Tennis Chiropractic Starke Office Center Is Serious Business.


from page 4B 218 S. Walnut St.

for KHHS Included Lee Glenn Next to the Chamber of Commerce For 'people who don't take their banking At F&D Bank, you'll find the lowest checking

an 8-2 Chad winner Mosley over Will an 8-4 Douglasand win 9644957PAIN lightly,we would like to offer our services. We account charges of any bank in'the area. You'llare

over Dan Bryant on court four. Farmers and Dealers Bank, and we've also find competitive rates on deposit accounts.

4 The decision boys to dropped Oak Hall a another Tuesday.3- been serving Baker, Bradford, and Union You won't find loan application fees, or credit

Singles winners for KHHS included CONTROL, counties longer than any other bank, savings investigation fees on your loan. We think points

Derek Courtney an 8-4 Headache and loan, or credit union. We're rock solid. belong on scoreboards, not on mortgage! loans.
and
winner over Chad Smith :
Neck 4 Arm .,..
Glenn, an 8-2 winner over Mark .Mid Back INJURIES

Morris on court three. .Low Back 4 Leg Work Related Sheshunoff. Information Services, a banking If your bank doesn't take you seriously, perhaps

Courtney to defeat Smith and Glenn and Bagwell teamed 8-5 up C .Sport Personal* industry rating firm has rated our bank in the it's time to bank with people who have been

: In'number one doubles. Auto Accident top 3% of all banks in the nation since 1985. serious about banking since k9\,1. .

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I : Spot Zoning. '. DR. W. DAVID SIKES Capital strength is a tradition for us,we have '

DR. RICHARD C. TULLER over$15 in capital equity to every $100 in t ,
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS p '
from page SB deposits. We have earned a profit every year
The presumption is rebuttable, but TEAM APPROACH
THE risksor
the burden of the assailant is usuallya since 1935,but not by taking unnecessary
For example, he must CIUROPRACnd CARE WHEN YOU NEED rr
heavy one.
prove more than depreciation of the 't 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK by overcharging our customers. 395 West Main Street I Post Office Box 358

value of his property. He must prove 964-4957.24'HOUR BEEPER Lake Butler,Florida 32054
that the zoning restriction as appliedto 496-2101
Telephone ((904)
his property bears no valid relation OWr Hour1.Men-Frf 8 :30-6OOp m Sat. Bv Aooolntment' Member F.D.I.C. I Equal Housing Lender

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