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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 27, 1989
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Baptist Speaker... To Be 'Duncan

Rev, Henry J. Lyons, president of .
the Florida General Baptist Convention ,
will be guest speaker at 'I'
New Bethel Baptist Church, cornerof ,
Florida and Keller Streets, at
7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday, April
27). Says
The public is invited. ti
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BHS Job Fair... ;1' + ..,
t- w "The cost of living index in Brad- The center has survived all audits,
Bradford High's annual Job Fairis LL "
Yst ford County went down this year, obtaining a 99.3 percent compliance.
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set Friday, April 28, from 8:30: said Superintendent Jim Duncan, at
11 a.m. in the school media center. a meeting of the school board held at
Representatives from area the Vocational- Technical Center, Disclipline...
businesses and industries plus the Tuesday, April 18. Improved discipline has resulted
armed services will provide job "We lost about $150,000 off our in establishing some firm rules,
awareness information to BHS ,t 1 v'p budget this year because the index resulting in a better quality student,
students. Sponsored by the Educa- went down about 1% in this county. said Ward.A .
tion Committee of the Chamber of The FTE projections were off about Saturday school program has
Commerce, the program is geared $315,000. So we have to do a little avoided 15-20 suspensions this year,
toward sophomores, juniors, and Y tightening up. Its going to be a and a work party alternative is in
seniors. tight budget year, but that doesn't place, also to avoid suspensions.
Faculty, staff, parents, and the mean it has to be a bad year," he A program to prevent students
public are invited to attend. says. driving cars between the high school
According to growth projections, and the vo-tech has not been
Mona Canova Day... L P4 Supt. Duncan says, the Bradford sucessful.

This Saturday, April 29, will be school district isin a no growth situation
Mona Canova Day In Starke, so ir L for a number of years. FTE Upcoming Needs...
declared In a proclamation signed funds, based on enrollment, will not
by Mayor Bobby Bi gs. Increase much in the long term. Primary on the list of new wants
A "This Is LIfe" ,. Vo-Tech Director James Ward for the physical plant is a bus loop.
your programand '
.
) To be located just north of the front
banquet honoring Mrs. L..A. gave a comprehensive review of the
(Mona) Canova are set at 7:30: p.m. a achievements made at the school parking lot load a loop for buses to
I during the current and listed unload and students Is needed
year
Saturday night, April 29, in the National
leaving the lot free for
Guard armory on Edwards several goals and needs for the com parking traf-
Road. it- '4 S ing year. fic.Covered
walkways have been
Tickets for steak dinner and the on
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-- Accomplishments... the plans for a number of years, and
program, at $12.50 each, are on are still needed.
sale at Mitchell's Drug Store, BIIS Straight-A Students... Primary accomplishments during There are now five instructors at

Stump's Department Store, Merle BHS Straight-A students for the fourth six-weeks Middle: Link Bishop, Karen lodges Brandy Ross, the past year included work to Im- the commercial driving range. They
Norman's, Chamber of Commerceand grading period are l-r) : Scott Duncan Tonya Klein and Joel Caren. prove the image of the center by have no office space or storage
Chastain's. Front: Kim Johnson, Brenda Williams, Tina WillTop: Steven Thornton and Jane Stanwlx-Jay. developing a working relationsbm space. This could be built by the
Don't miss this chance to honor ingham, Holly Shields. Not present for photo: Yvonne Bobo. with a number of agencies, including carpentry class, /T the cost of
one of Starke's leading citizens! athe school board, county commission materials.A .


Pressure Check... \ 4 Earn Straight A's at BHS commission Director, prison and Ward system Camp said, development Blanding.the appearance proposed available career,for where development materials center will he is

students'
counseling
A free blood pressure check is of- of the buildings and i ;
fered from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, May have after to the career opportunities
improved
grounds pain-
2, in the lobby of Bradford Fourteen Bradford High students, Miss Hodges is enrolled in honors Juniors... ting both inside and outside, and available.A .
Hospital. or 1.36 percent of the 1,091-member English 12, food& nutrition, wood- problem with the boundary linesat
100 chairs.
reupholstering
Robert Link Bishop, son of Mr. over
student body, earned straightA'sfor the Vo-Ag farm came up during a
wind band IV advanced economics
and Mrs. Harold A. Bishop III of Some parking areas have been recent sale of timber.
Shrine Parade... the fourth six-weeks grading ensemble A survey of
jazz III, temporary In- repaved, a reroofing job has stopped
period which ended March 1. Kinglsey Lake. Bishop is enrolled in the farm is necessary to locate the
The annual Starke Shrine Day stitutional placement/teacher's aide Softball, advanced world history, many leaks and a security system lines permanently.A .
Parade is set Saturday, May 6. Another 57 students, or 5.2 percent and' study hall. chemistry I, honors English III, has been ,installed, he said. No five year plan has included
Forty-plus Shrine units are set to of the student body, earned all A'a or Tonya M.Michael: Klein daughter of Mr. analytic geometry, food & nutrition,' break-ins have occurred since, and remodeling the agriculture shop.
kick-off at 10:30: a.m. at Bradford B's for a place on the_A-B honor. roll. and Mrs. Klein of Starke. and fundamentals of typing I. two or three per year were ex- This job is still needed and pending.
Klein is
Miss enrolled in
High School. chemistryII James Scott Duncan, son of Supt.of perienced before. Ward intends to pursue accreditation -
Chicken dinners, $4 each, will be The straight-A students, by grade, sociology, physics I, standard Schools and Mrs. Jim Duncan of The hot water system at the for his school from the Southern
served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at are: American government, honors Starke. Duncan is enrolled in intermediate cosmetology section has been Im- Association of Secondary Schools.
Starke Elementary. Take-out din- English 12, temporary institutional weight training, advanced proved.Limerock. Remodel the Drop-out Prevention
ners will be available at Ter- Seniors... placement/teacher's aide and a San- world history, chemistry I, wood- has been hauled to the Program, based on three things! :
willegar Motors. Shawna J. Blom, daughter of Mr. ta Fe Community College course. wind band III, analtytic geometry, commercial driving range. teaching basic skills (math and
The Shrine Club also is sponsor and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. Holly S. Shields, daughter of Mr. honors III, and jazz ensemble I. The center has developed and english), counseling, and vocational
ing a street dance starting at 7:30: Miss Blom is enrolled in chemistry I, and Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Kimberly A. Johnson, daughter of distributed a brochure, and plans to certification, leading to a high
p.m. on Court Street. The Southern humanities II, research I, physics I, Starke and Bill Shields of Shawnee, Mr. and Mrs. Jerral Johnson of prepare others including one for the school diploma.
Knights band is coming. chorus II, advanced economics, and OK. Miss Shields is enrolled in Starke. Miss Johnson is enrolled in vo-tech center.A "This is not really a vo-tech
honors English 12. She is also cap- honors English 12, humanities II, analytic geometry, advanced world newsletter has been published, center," said Superintendent Jim
Downtown Jubilee... tain of the BHS Hi-Q team. oceanography, vocal ensemble II, history, chemistry I woodwind band four or five per year are planned, Duncan. "It is a vocational learning
Downtown merchants Yvonne E. Bobo, daughter of Mrs. chorus II, advanced economics anda III, fundamentals or typing I, honors and a weekly radio program is opportunity for young people and
are plann- Beth Bobo of Starke. Miss Bobo is Santa Fe College course. English III, and student leadership. presented locally.An adults."
ing the "Downtown RenovationJubilee" enrolled in French HI, painting II, Tina C. Willingham, daughter of Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. exhibit was entered at the Scholarships are going to be
Saturday, May 6. 'Cheday's honors English 12, physics I, advanced Mrs. Mary Sue Willingham of and Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke. Bradford County fair, and Vo-Tech. available for the first time this year
activity will include an arts leader- Brooker. Miss Willingham is enrolled Week was celebrated, involving the
economics, student Thornton is enrolled in anatomy& from the state for high school
and crafts show. ship, and a Santa Fe Community in honors English 12, humanitiesII physiology, advanced world history, high school and middle school. seniors to go to the vo-tech center in
Any organization or individual In- College course. oceanography, standard chemistry I, woodwind band III, Instructional televisions have their county, Duncan says. "Thereare
terested In participating in the Karen A. Hodges, daughter of Mr. American government, chorus IV, been installed in most of the so many opportunities here
jubilee or craft show, please con and Mrs. David Hodges of Starke. physics I, and analytic geometry. classrooms. Some are still needed.or now."
tact Glenda Epps, ph. 964-4151, or
Carolyn Autry, ph. 964-7810.

Free booth rental. T-U Clerk Over Records Threats I Iby

Red Ribbon Week... Lawyer, Fussing City ,

Families Against Drugs (FAD) is
making plans for Red Ribbon Buster Rahn tempting to get "governmentrates. to be suffered by him and the city. willfully takes or uses any name Hartman repeated his threats concerning -
Week, which will be held May 7-14. BCT Staff WriterA ." The manager told Tucker According to Brown and Tucker title, addition, or description imply: Brown and Tucker to Ms.
Interested citizens are encouraged flap over obtaining informationfrom special rates were unavailable, there's more than just a story aboula ing that he is qualified or recognized Nelson, saying that Ritchie's signing
to attend. Call Judy Becker, the Starke city hall has turned since the hotel was filled. Tucker hotel bill.Brown by law as qualified, to act as a his name to a letter on a law firm's
782-3502. into threats between the city officials said there was no mention of the said it all began several lawyer in this state, aqd any person stationary is "no big deal."
and The Florida Times- suite being "presidential," either'when weeks ago after completion of the entitled to practice who shall violate

No Meeting... Union. arrangements were made, or trial, and the decision handed down. any provision of this chapter, shall Brown has since filed a formal
of the The Times-Union published an on the billing. Attorney Brown was negotiatingfees be guilty of a misdemeanor of the criminal with State Attorney
will be meeting complaint
There no Because of the cost Tucker did not with NAACP Attorney first "
and .
Executive Committee of the StarkeWoman's April 22 page one article saying that expenses degree. Lennard B. Register HI,
officials stayed in a fancy hotel confirm the reservation at the Omni Lippman. Attorney Brown says Ritchie has Ritchie with violating
Club this May 3. until he returned to Starke and said the is self- charging
had
Tucker city committed
The regular meeting will be the costing $8,000-plus during the recent a misdemeanor, under Florida Statute 454.23. Brown, in his
discussed the cost with attorney would fees and cost
week-long voting rights trial. insured and pay Florida Statutes.
has also
Breakfast set May 10. complaint to Register, re-
May Brown and commissioner. Since it self-insurance fund.
City Attorney Terry Brown says a from its quested the State Attorney's office to
he's been threatened, over the was the only hotel in the immediatearea Times-Union Reporter Bruce Ritchie whether Hartman'sthreats
Upcoming... phone, by T-U Executive Editor the reservation was confirm wanted to know the amount of The Plot Thickens... investigate constitute a criminal act.
Public meetings scheduled in the Fred Hartman and that T-U reporter ed.Attorney the fund, but Brown would not reveal About three weeks ago, Fred Hart
coming weeks are: Bruce Ritchie signed his name to a Brown said he checked the amount while negotiations were man, the executive editor of The
'Board of Governors, Chamber of letter on a law firm's stationary, into the hotel on Sunday afternoon, under way, saying that Attorney Florida Times UnIon called Attorney Florida Statute 836.05 states:
Commerce: noon Thursday, April which Brown says is a misde- prior to the beginning of the bench Lipman would demand all the Brown and told him the "Whoever, either verbally or by a
SFCC Andrews Center board meanor. trial on Monday. For the next 10 money in the fund if the figure were Times-Union wants the self- written or printed communication...
27, Post fair evaluation. Why did such a small town incident days Brown and others participatingin made public. Brown said there was insurance fund records, and will file maliciously threatens to expose 1
room. is of the merit prominent front page the case, worked every night until approximately$225,000 in the fund at suit to get them. Brown advised another to disgrace or to expose any \
Starke'There Zoning no Board meeting or-Board of coverage, especially in a major 11 p.m., and many nights work wenton the time, and he was able to settle Hartms.i that the clerk would make secret affecting another...with In-
which scheduledfor state newspaper? until after mid-night. for $195,000, saving some $30,000 by the records available to Ritchie at a tent to compel the person so
was
Adjustment City Clerk Neil Tucker won't talk Except for the week-end, Brown not revealing the total assets mutually convenient time if Ritchie threatened, or any other person, to
Thursday, April 27.Commission to Bruce Ritchie, reporter for the stayed in Jacksonville for the tenureof available. would call him. do any act or refrain from doing any
Bradford Monday County May 1, regular: T-U, or Lisa Irei, reporter for The the trial. The other bedrooms Tucker said Ritchie came to his office The following week, however, Ritchie act against his will,shall be guilty of
9:30 a.m. ,
: Commissioner Gainesville Sun. Tucker refers themto were utilized by six expert witnessesand and demanded information be delivered the letter to Tucker. a felony of the second degree.
monthly meeting,courthouse. attorney Brown. city commissioners. All five made available immediately, under Brown called Hartman to advise I
meeting room Council in 7:30 Mon- Attorney Brown filed a complaintwith commissioners were in Jacksonville laws pertaining to public records. him that Ritchie appeared to have Florida Statute 1IJ .00.ll( states:
:
Lawtey : p.m. the state attorney's office April during the trial, some staying over Tucker said he has no problems with committed a criminal act, since he "Whoever unlawfully harms or
day, May 1, city hall, regular mon- 25 to have reporter Ritchie arrestedfor night, others returning to Starke at making records public, but he can is not an attorney. Brown was threatens unlawful harm to any
thly meeting.Council 7:30 Tues- giving the impression that he is the end of the day, according to not take time to dig out informationat unable to reach Hartman at the public servant...with the intent or
Starke : :
p.m. an attorney.The Brown. a moment's notice. Records are time. purpose: (a) to influence the performance
day, May 2, regular hail.'Strawberry first of month information about the hotel Brown said the city was contractually usually given to the person making Hartman returned the call from of any act or omission which

meeting, city Golf Tournament: bill is correct, city officials say. obligated to pay all expensesof and he must dig out Washington, D.C., telling Brown the person believes to be, or the
its expert witnesses, and the items interest for himself.On that if Ritchie is charged and jailed, public servant represents as being,
I Saturday and Sunday, May Club.6-7, The Hotel Bill... rooins were fully utilized. or about April 11, Ritchie that he "won't be In jail long.' within the official discretion of the
Starke Golf & Country In April, 1988, When Omni billed the city for the delivered a letter to Tucker, writtenon Brown further said that Hartman public servant, in violation of a
Board 7 City Attorney
Bradford School : p.m.Monday Terence Brown advised City Clerk hotel rooms Tucker and Brown a law firm's letterhead,signed by promised that "Brown and Tucker public duty, or in performance of a
May 8, Administration first of month Neil Tucker that the suit NAACP vs. reviewed the invoices and corrected Ritchie demanding information 'will make headlines all over the public duty. (3)b) Whoever
Building, regular Starke would be coming to trial in billing errors, substantially reduc- concerning the self-insurance fund.' United States and if Ritchie is arrested threatens unlawflul harm to any
meeting. Jacksonville and that hotel ac- ing the original charges. Tucker referred the letter to Attorney it will be the biggest mistake public servant...shall be guilty of a
Brooker Council: 7:30 p.m. Brown said "While there felony of the third
may Brown. you have ever made, in your entire degree.
comodatlons would be needed for
Tuesday, May 9, city Hall, regular. have been less hotel ac-
Brown, expert witnesses, commissioners expensive Brown says Ritchie has commit life.. You can't fight The. Florida
monthly meeting. Tues- and others participatingin city comodations available, the Omni ted a misdemeanor in signing a let-' Times-Union and win." Pat Farnsworth, whose CPA firm,
Hampton Council: 7 p.m. the trial. Brown said he would was the only hotel convenient to the teron a law firm's letterhead, giving Brown takes that as a threat, and Davis, Monk, Farnsworth and Co.,
day, May 9, city. hall, regular mon- need a room with a large table for 4-6 federal courthouse and was the the impression that he is an at- says the front page article is a a delivered the current city audit
thly meeting. to work along with fora same hotel in which the plaintiffsand torney.Florida. reminder how powerful The Times- report last week,said neither Brown '
ordinance people space .
Subdlvision I
their attorneys stayed during Statutes Title XXXII, Union Is.Brown. nor the city commissioners did
and and
workshop commission: 7 p.m. Monday meeting, May room 15,, typewriter.computer The hotel printer! should, be a the course of the trial." subsection 454.23 states: "Any per said that Hartman was anything illegal In retaining the

cou..ty within walking distance of the son not licensed or otherwise once related by marriage to Anne hotel room. in fact, Farnsworth ,
courthouse. Solid Waste Association Federal Courthouse. The Omni Background... authorized by the Supreme Court of Terwilliger Nelson, and is cognizant said Brown could have paid thehotel
j. New River 16 in Hotel Water Street in downtown Brown said the bold page one Florida who shall practice law or tha.t Nelson and Brown are dating. charges himself and billed the
: 7 p.m. Thursday Courthouse.May Jacksonville on ; met the requirements. headlines and the accompanying article assume or hold himself out to the (Hartman is married to the sister of cost as legal expenses, removing
Baker County Tucker went to Jacksonville and on the front page of The Florida public as qualified to practise In this Herb Nelson Ms. Nelson's former details of the room charge from

made arrangements for the suite,at Times-Union is the first Installment state, or who willfully pretends to be husband.) According to Brown, public records. ,


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH April 27, 1989

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Weightlifters Win State Title I


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tense work by this year's team.
Bradford High weight lifters won John O. Williams placed fourth pound class, was not allowed to go Although, these four participated in
the Class 3A state championship this and earned three points in the 132 down a step to the 181 pound class the state meet, it was the work and
past Saturday, April 22, at North pound class. Williams lifted 255 and so could not compete.In wmprtiton at practice by everyone
Marion High School at Sparr. pounds in the clean and jerk; and 215 the state meet,a school allow-. on the team that these
Clint Reed's first place finish and pounds in the bench press, a total of ed two entries in each event, and all results this year."
seven points pushed the Tornado 477 pounds. can earn points. Weight lifting hal been stressed at
'F lifters over the top with 19 points. Al Jones placed fifth and earned 2 "We had the best clean and jerksat BHS by Coach David Hurse for
Reed, lifting in the 198 pound class points in the 148 pound class, lifting the meet with the efforts of ,and especially in the past four
lifted 330 pounds in the clean andjerk 275 pounds In the clean and jerk and Acevedo and Reed," said Coach years when Hurse was trying to
and 300 pounds in the bench 250 pounds in the bench press,a totalof Clyatt. "The clean and jerk was build years up the strength of Tornadofootball
press, a total of 630 pounds. Reed 525 pounds. what scored for us all year and it I'layers.Escambla .
was expected to finish second or Bill Hamilton, lifting in the 198 paid off In the state as well. High of Pensacola was
third. pound class, scratched when his foot "We did not expect to win the state second with 16 points, Pensacola
Junior Acevedo placed first, as slipped in the clean and jerk. meet. We expected Acevedo to win High was third with 15 points, and
Coach Lanier Clyatt expected him to Hamilton is the first BHS four sport and Reed to place second or third North Marion High was fourth with
do, in the 181 pound class. Acevedo, letterman in years, probably since but when Al and John O. placed wedwe 14po into. 1
the BHS strong man,clean and jerk- Tim Murphey back in the 60s. realized we had 19 points, and Forty some schools competed in
ed 375 pounds and bench pressed 295 Hamilton has lettered this year in that's usually close to the winningscore. the 3A competition. By the time
pounds, a total of 670 pounds. football, golf, wrestling, and now everybody gets a little piece of the
First place earned 7 points in the weight lifting. "There was no magic Involved. It pie, it doesn't take too many points
1 7,5,3,2,1 rating system used. Clyde DeSue. also lifting in the 198 was Just the result of hours of in- L, win explained Coach Clyatt.



State Champion Weight Lifters... Boys Get Highest Tennis Finish EverBHS I

These four Tornadoes lifted the 1988 Bradford High weight lifting teamto -

the state champion. They are bottom: BUS strong man Junluor The BUS tennis squad got the ing all the way to the finals in their bye, then beat Wayne Cason of "girl's team defeated Sandy Ma
Acevedo and Clint Reed, both first place finishers and state champions In
highest ever showing from their divisions. Suwannee 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 in the second of Englewood 6-2.7-5 before losing to
their weight divisions; at top: AI Jones, fourth place and John O. boy's team, third, in the district Shuford, a junior, got a bye in the round before falling to eventual eventual champion Julie Exum, the
Williams, fifth place.Tornadoes. held last week in defeated Rick in the state of
tournament first round, then champ Tomas Tyleck of St. top ranked player
Palatka. Barnett of Suwannee 6-3, 6-4 in the Augustine 6-3, 6-2. Florida in her age bracket, 6-0, 6-0.
Host Dist. "Our guys did a great job, even second round. Shuford then beat Top seed Kirby Joe Hildebran gota Fourth seed Jill Strickland got a
after losing their top two players Lance Aired of Palatka 6-0,6-2 in the big early lead but fell 0-6, 6-4,6-1 to bye, then beat Buffy Akins of Fer-
from last season," BHS Head Coach semi's before falling to champion Ramon Alberti!of Raines. Fifth seed nandina Beach 6-1,6-1 before falling
McGriff commented. "We're ex- Gene Deshroshers of St. Agustine. Shannon fell to Joey Guy of Suwan- to eventual champion Ashley Jacobsof

Track Meet TodayThe tremely pleased. Our girls finished Welch, a sophomore, got a bye, nee 6-2, 46,61.Hildebran Bishop Kenny 6-2,6-0.
two spots ahead of two teams that then beat Allen Hall of Middleburg and Shuford got a bye in Fifth seed Myra Cruz got a bye
had beaten them this season, so we 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the second round. doubles, then beat Giddens and then beat Jeannie Fouraker of
District 5-3A girls and boys Scott Peters, GHS, fs top seed in the have plenty to happy about about we Welch then came from behind to Aired of Palatka 6-4, 6-3 before fall Suwannee 6-3, 6-4 before falling to
track championships are set today mile at 4:20: ( Patterson at 4:30: and begin preparing for next season." beat Chris Allen of Live Oak 4-6,6-1, ing to champions Lloyde and eventual runner-up Leigh Murchisonof
(Thursday, April 27) on the Brad- Jones at 4:40. Cam Ward of BHS is The BHSD boys finished third in a 6-3 In the semi's before falling to Deroschers of St. Augustine 6-1, 7-5. St. Augustine 6-1,6-3.
ford High oval for the eight schoolsin seeded eighth at 4:50.72.: tough, 11-team field with two players champion Mike Chao of Bishop Ken- Bishop Kenny was the overall The BHS girls finished fifth out of
the district. OF has the top time in the girls 440 Mark Shuford on court two, and ny 4-6, 6-4 7-5. boy's team champion.Top nine schools in the event. Bishop
Chad Welch court four advanc- Third seed Richard Smith seeded Carrie Shaw of the Kenny was first.
The field events will all start at 3 relay at 50.7. BHS is seeded second on got a
p.m. The running preliminaries will at 52 flat. You can cover the first six
start at 5 The finals in all teams with a towel, says Coach
p.m. runn-
ing events begin at 7:30( p.m. Loper. The exchanges will deter Tornadoes Split Last Two Regular Season GamesPlaying I
The eight school in Dist. 5-3A, and mine the race, the coach says.
all are entered, are Gainesville Top seed in the boys 440( relay San- -

Eastside, Gainesville High, Lake ta Fe at 42.03. North Marion is second the last two regular single, the only batter he faced in the 4.ar..d on oio -4 10 t e.ar.d t. 000 s-o 3 *
at 43.17. BHS is seeded fifth at _..>. ..,..._ OM ::101 >-_ I 1
Weir High, North Marion High, season games on the road, the Brad- game. $00 oio <-' o o
Ocala Forest, Ocala Vanguard, San- 43.7. Here again, except for Santa ford baseball squad ended the Santa Fe opened the game with a
ta Fe High and Bradford High. Fe, the next five teams are real season with a 15-9 season record. three run first inning. Two of the Keystone 5 BUS 0 Dist.5-3A Tourney...
Local fans will get a chance to see tight, and the exchange is a big fac- Two of the losses came this week.A runs were unearned, the runners Pitcher Bo Hersey had a no-hitter
some of the top track athletes in this tor.Carla close game against the District getting on base by a throwing error going through five innings, but the The District -3A Tournament
area. Hill, OV, is the top girls 440 5-3A leader Santa Fe, Thursday, to first base, and a fielding error by Indians got three hits in the sixth In- started Tuesday, April 25, at Ocala
The first four individual finishersand runner at 59.6. was followed(; by a let down loss to the the third baseman who mishandled a ning their only hits of the game. Vanguard.In .
the first four relays teams ad- Top seed in the boys 440 dash is Keystone Indians on Friday, a team ground ball. The Indians got two unearned runs the openiong rounds, North
vance to the Region 2 Champion- Julius Tanksley, OF, at 49.39. Thereis that has won only three or four The Tornadoes came back and in the fourth inning on no hits and Marion won over Ocala Forest 9-8,
ships set for Thursday, May 4, at the a 49.6 50 flat, 50.8, and 51.8, two 52 games this season, says Coach Jeff tied the game in the third inning with three errors,and added three runs in and Santa Fe overpowered Eastside
University of Florida. flats, and 52.21. Rodney Mosley, Zuraff. three runs on four hits, a double by the sixth inning on the three hits and 70.Gainesville
Everybody on the Bradford High BUS, is seeded 10th at 54.51. Travis Long and a 2 RBI single by one error. High played Lake
track team is entered. The entriesare In the girls 330 low hurdles Beverly Santa Fe -BUS 4 James McNeal. Hersey was the losing pitcher,giving Weir at 5 p.m. Wednesday, and
: George,S.Fe, at 48 flat is top seed. Meeting Santa Fe Thursday, April The Tornadoes got on top in the up only 2 hits and one walk while Oca's Vanguard played Bradford at
Girls: Della Scott. BHS, seeded 12 at 55.7. 20( at the Raiders' home field, the fifth inning when Strong singled and striking out six batters. He was 7:30: p.m.
Christie Harrell will run the 880( Top seed in the boys 330 In- Tornadoes tied the score at three all Travis Long drove him home with releived by Kelly Dyal in the sixth Today (Thursday, April 27) North
Marion will the winner of the
meet
termediate hurdles is Christopher his second douu.e in the
game. Inning.
yard run and anchor the mile relay. in the third inning, tied again after
Kim Hampton will run the 100 Hadley, ES, has run 39.1. Tyrone five innings, but lost the game in the Santa Fe evened the score in the Travis Long singled in the second Bradford-Vanguard game at 5 p.m.,
meters, the third leg of the 440 yard Sanders, BHS, is seeded eighth at seventh when starting pitcher Cor- bottom of the inning scoring one run inning and Kelly Dyal singled in the and Santa Fe will meet winner the
43.24. on two singles, and won the game in third for the hits for the Tor- Gainesville-Lake Weir at
relay, the third leg of the mile ., dell Strong walked two batters and only
Tara Thomas OV has 2:26 in 7:30: The championship game
tripe run : the bottom of the seventh. nadoes. p.m.
and be in the and reliever an RBI
Kelly Dyal
long jump gave up
will be 8
at
880 yard run. Christie Harrell, BHS, played Friday :p.m.
jump. is seeded second at 2:28.05.:
Ramona Tennant will in the mile
run and two mile run. Scott Peters, GHS, is the top 880 JV Finishes Season at 133Finishing
boys performer at 1:52, which leads
Arkeva Williams will be in the 100
the entire United States. Peters
meters,will run the anchor leg of the won't be pressed to do that in the the regular season witha BJV 18, Eastside 1...
440( relay, and will run the 220( dash. home agaianst the Baker "How it is Coach Revival
district, but is expected: to run under game sweet says
Monique Williams will throw the two minutes. The second seed Jeritz County Wildcats, The Bradford High Purdy, after the second win this
shot and discus, and will be in the Jones, GUS, 2:01 and Patterson at junior varsity nine has posted a 13-3 year over his Alma Mater, Eastside BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
long jump and triple jump. 2:04 are the top half milers. Cam record.A High in Gainesville. The first
Bridget Holder will lead off the 440 Ward, seeded 13th at 2:13.31: is the strong pitching staff and some meeting, in Gainesville was a closer
CR-230 A Starke
relay and the mile relay. top BHS performer. good hitting throughout the season, 7-3 win for the Tornadoes."We -
Deana Holiday will throw the shot Carla Hill, OV, is the top seed in said Coach Brett Purdy, carried the came out hitting hard," Pur-
and discus. the 220 at 26.3. There are three girls team through some hard fought con- dy said, "to leave no doubt about the
Katina Kelly is going to alternateon tests. 7th 12th
in the 26's. For Bradford, Arkeva win. May May
the 440 relay and will run the second Williams is seeded eighth at 27.85 Scoring five runs in the first and
leg of the mile relay. and Aurilla Williams is ninth at Chris Snow finishes the season seven in the second frame, the out- 7:00
Krista Oehl will run the 880.( 27.94. with an 11 game hitting streak. come was never in doubt. Nightly

Aurilla Williams will run the 100 The boys 220( has four heats. Top With the JV season over, Andy "Chris Snow did an excellent job
meters, the second leg of the 440 Chris Snow of Snow threw two hitter
seed is Damon Wright, S.Fe, at 22.1. Goodowns, B.B. Prevatt, pitching. a
relay, the 220 dash, will throw the Jeff Williams, GHS, has run 22.3. and Kevin Boone may see some action allowed four walks, and recordedfive Evangelist:Bill Hendricks
shot, and will high! jump. Chris Dinkins of BHS is seeded fifth with the varsity nine in this strikeouts in the five inning
Shanessa Williams will be in the weekend's District 5-3A Tournament game. Eastside committed five er- Pastor James Parrish
at 22.61. "That'll be a hummer,
100 meters, the 220( the long jump, Coach scheduled at Ocala Vanguard High rors and gave up 10 hits.
and the triple jump. says Loper. School. Bradford will meet Ocala Josh Crawford had four stolen
The boys entries are: Ramona Tennant of BHS is top Vanguard, the host team at 7:30 bases in the game, and B.B. Prevatt Everyone Welcome Special Singing
Rodney Mosley will\ run the 440( seeded 12:20. in the girls two mile run at Thursday (today), April 27. stole three bases. Nursery Provided Nightly Please Come
dash and the second of the mile :
leg
Phil Teuton, OF, at 10:21: in the
Rec News.
relay, and will\ throw the shot. ..
Green of contact the
boys two mile run. Larry Recreation Dept.,
Cam Ward is in the mile the
run, interested in
BHS is seeded third at 10:50.: Anyone keeping 964-6792.
880, and will lead off the mile relay. Top seed in the girls mile relay is score for baseball and Softball
Tom Bradford is in the 120 yard Anyone Interested in umpiring
GUS at 4:09.: BHS is seeded third at games please contact the Recrea-
high hurdles and the 330 In- tion Department 964-6792. Softball for men and women shouldbe
4:17.13. ,
at Pratt Street Center
termediate hurdles. Tuesday,
O.Forest has the best boys mile
Chris Dinkins is in the 100 meters, relay time at 344.35. The BHS teamis Softball and T-Ball registration is April 18, at 7 p.m. for an organiza- You Can Become A Qualifier For The
will anchor the 440 relay, and will There now in progress. Deadline to sign up tional meeting.
seeded sixth at 3:31.1.: are
run the 220( dash. is May 23. Fee: $10.
four teams under 3:30: : NM at3:14.5: Ceramics classes are held each
Kenny DeSue will be in the 880 GUS at 3:15, ES at 3:27.Lake Weir is Baseball umpire clinic will be Monday night, 7-10 p.m. and fuel
yard run. right at 3:30. Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p.m. at Ed- Wednesday mornings, 9 a.m. until
John Loper will throw the discus. wards Road Little League Field. $15 noon. Lillie Ann Johns, instructor.
Tyone Sanders will run the 120 "This is show time, says Coach per game will be paid to Dixie Boys Classes held in old armory (the IJWDJAiVAPOIJSWIN
yard high bpi dies, the 330 In- Loper. umpires. Anyone interested may Starke Recreation Department).
termediate hurdles, and will run the
third leg of the mile relay.
Steve Thornton will throw the

discus. BARNETT BANK and
Joel Jacobsen is in the pole vault.
Robert Nichols is in the 100 meter
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On paper Ocala Vanguard has the With Elizabeth Graham as Butterfly Linda Spicher as Suzuki, complete details.ALLCLIMATE VALVOLIHEI :'
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I Hiring.. ., Meter Reader Tough for Bro ke r 9by I

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Buster Rahn quire him/her to turn water on and
"
the General Fund managing well.
to cover the short- your money
BCT Staff Writer off for water customers, in additionto fall." Adverse comments were limited to '
When Jeanette Prescott resigned reading meters. said requiring the council to amend the
Douglas small
a rate increase
from the Brooker Meter Reader's Melvin also wanted to know if the
budget reflect
to actual
will
be a good faith effort to FHA expen-
job March 14, it appeared the posi- meter reader can reside outside the (Farmer's Home Administration ditures and taking Inventories of
tion would city limits, but the question was ),
l easily be filled, since the mortgage holder on the Brooker assets. Some procedural problemsin
pay isn't bad, $100 for one day's never answered. water the prior have been cor-
system. FHA has been re- year
Adams said, "King Is a good
work.In man,
questing the town to raise its water rected with the appointment of a
the council meeting, Tuesday but he can't get along with people." rates for the past several years, to new clerk at the beginning of the
t April 11, that thought was dispelledas Pierce pushed for a probationary make the system self-supporting. fiscal year.
the council debated the questionat period. saying it is included in state Douglas summed up the report by The council discussed,but took no
d I UI 11'A' i 4i length before deciding to appoint jobs.Attorney saying, "The statement says you're action, raising water rates 25centsper : :
Hobbs said
Jake King on a 4-1 vote. a probationary month.
That a problem existed surfaced period can be included as a .
early, when the committee to screen condition of employment.
applicants reported it was unable to Pierce withdrew his motion and STARKE ALIVE
i make a recommendation to the replaced it with a second motion, to
7 council, although it had met and hire Jake King for the meter reader
screened several applicants a few position, with a four month proba-
tionary period. RenovationJuBUee
Commissioner Jim Bryant, who The motion died for lack of a se-
4 a w was on the screening committee, cond.
r d said Terry Thomas is one of the applicants Pierce reworded the motion to
i N R and may the be best hire King,omitting the probationary
qualified of the applicants. period, and received a second from
Thomas Is married to Brooker Bryant.
t Clerk Charlene Thomas, a sister to The vote carried 4-1, with Adams
Council Chairman Gene Melvin. dissenting.

Bryant asked City Attorney Water in Red... May 6th
Johnny Hobbs if the duties of meter
reader might be added to the respon-- Eddie Douglas and Doug Reddish, Shriners Parade
sibilities of the clerk, with her husband both CPAs with Davis, Monk, Farn-
rti actually doing the meter sworth and Co., presented the resultof Craft Show &
reading. the annual audit of Brocket's Square Dance!
Commissioner A.B. Adams said, finances and clerical procedures.After .
I "We don't need family members doing distributing copies of the Come One Come All! -Sponsored by DMA& C of C

.. . the job," relieving Attorney audit report, Pierce said, "I don't
> R .- "" I Hobbs from answering the question. understand any of it. You should
Champion I og... Clerk Thomas said the job needs to make a layman's report." . . . .
go to someone who can read meters Douglas said, "We can't do that.
liaaUllu Ili-r it". ItradfoidlH'er.. showed the :
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grand champion pig a
without mistakes. She We have to follow guidelines set Need An Electrician
making
I : vay 1I.lInp"hh'c| Ouroc, and Spot cross in the Bradford-Union Swine re- ?
counted down by the (State of Florida)
how&Sale at the Bradford County Fair. Buyer was Triest Construction several instances in which
t '., represented| by Ernie Triest. error have been made in meter Auditor General. A full audit reportis call DAN WAINWRIGHT
&,&::: ___ readings requiring adjustments to being made this year for the first
the records. time, since the town exceeded
Commissioners George Pierce $100,000 in revenues." 964-9136 i
and Jim Bryant teamed on a motionto Reddish went through the report, a
hire Jake King, who lives outside explaining various entries and comments .
I the city. He pointed out the Water 36 Years Experience All Types Electrical ,
Melvin wanted to know if the Fund Equity is $42,000 "in the red." : Work-Single and Three Phase .
nominee will be available at all "The town has two options raise :
: Reasonably Priced Work :
times, since the duties of the job re- water rates or transfer money from ,

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i (-from page IA) enrolled in honors algebra I, honors You Can Become A
English I,Spanish I,honors physical Qualifier For The
chemistry I, analytic geometry, science, life management skills, -a "
honors English III, and student food and nutrition and begirding V/LK saoF
leadership. weight training. farm
Brenda A. Williams, daughter of
,. Sophomores... Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams of
{. 4a Y t rr Joel R.Caren son of Mrs.Patricia Starke. Miss Williams Is enrolled in a
Caren of Brooker. Caren is enrolledin algebra I, honors English I, stan-
honors English II, honors biology dard world geography, woodwind
I, woodwind Band II, geometry, advanced band I, personal fitness, Spanish I
American history, Latin I, and honors physical science.
and algebra II.Freshmen. .

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Bobbie, U'vstciiit. Bradford 4-U'er, showed the reserve liainpiiin in the week'edition.Tb Telegraph Billie J. Brown Chad E Crafton, I
MiiKllurd-Uiuon... Swine Show & Sale at the Bradford County Fair. Buyer regret the error. Cynthia M. Davis, Aimee L. See entry forms and store displays for
jHie Maikc Rotary Club, represented by President Clark.
Wiley Ferguson, Steve Frazier, Kevin B. complete details. VAIMIMFcAHQunate"'
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For information leading to the arrest and : Shana L.
Crawford, Janice E. Davie, SophiaA.
conviction of the young black male who pushed a Fanton, Timothy E. Gowens, An-
drea M. Hewetl, Deana A. Holiday, STARKE MOTOR
shopping cart through the window of Home Sean Frederick Jones, Amanda K. PARTS INC.
Loper, Michael D. McKinney,
Entertainment Concepts Saturday night. Suspect Rebecca Inez Phillips, Metina L. 155 W. Brownlee Street
Smith, Christopher T. Snow, April Starke 964-6060
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Bradford County, Board of County Commissioners will

PUBLIC NOTICE open sealed bids on Monday, June 5, 1989, at 10:00: a.m. In the

Commissioners Room at the Bradford
County County

1987-88 BUDGET REPORT AUDIT Courthouse, Starke, FloriJa, for a PABX (Private Access Branch

AVAILABILITY Exchange) electronic telephone system for the Bradford

County Courthouse. For copies of specifications or if there are

AUDIT any questions regarding this bid, please contact Mr. Joe

Riddick, County Commissioner at ((904)) 964-6280 or ((904))

AU persons are hereby notified that the 468-1918.


City of Starke Audit for Fiscal Year Sealed bids can be mailed or hand delivered to the Bradford

County Courthouse, Clerk of Court, P.O. Drawer B, Starke, FL
1987-1988 is now available for Public 32091. ,

Inspection at the City Hall, City Clerk's

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESERVE THE
Office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 on
p.m. RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL PROPOSAL IF BIDS FOR

Monday thru Friday. THE PABX (PRIVATE ACCESS BRANCH EXCHANGE) .

ELECTRONIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM.

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City Clerk
WILBUR L WATERS CHAIRMAN RAY NORMAN \

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cl" }",\ ,I. ",//.1:1';.: ..... !w. \. .. .,. ': (} In the Wilderness of Sampson SwampIn I

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Florida Should Take the days before Sampson City becamethe
Warning crossroads of three railroad lines, as
described in last week's Telegraph, the 1 I II
area around the three lakes west of ffr
From Alaskan Oil Spill StarkeSampson, Crosby and Rowell- I
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was little knownC although it was the sub-
ject of d wives tales" about the

Thousands of people around the world even a hurricane that could send tidal role that area played in the days when In-
20th of Earth Florida beaches dians inhabited this part of Florida. It was
marked the anniversary waves washing over also used as a hideout for runaway slavesin
Day last Saturday with protests and and residential areas. Civil War days.

demonstrations against the Exxon During the Indian Wars of the 1830s and

tanker spill, and the company's inept- The Valdez accident has also renewed '40s, this area was well-adapted to the
ness in coping with this! tragedy.It congressional interest in legislation to techniques of Indian warfare, a kind of hit-
and-run method of fighting, making sur-
was the first international Earth impose a 1.5-cent surcharge on each prise attacks on the early white settlers,
Day, brought on finally by worldwide barrel of imported oil to create a na- then hot-footing it to the nearest swamps,
consciousness of global environmentalcrises tional emergency fund for oil spill where the impenetrable wetlands made it

including the Greenhouse effect, cleanups. And who will eventually pay impossible for anyone to follow.

the global warming trend, ozone depletion for this surcharge? You guessed itl! That the Sampson Lake area was a
due to destruction of tropical rain favorite camping area for Indians is borne

forests, acid rain and the extinction of Although oil companies legally are required out by the huge number of Indian artifacts ..:...L.
unearthed there during the recent
thousands of species of wildlife due to to reimburse the government for rebuilding of a branch-line railroad running Tales of 'Gatorscept
loss of habitat.As cleanup costs, some spills are difficultto from Starke through Sampson and on Flying
trace to a source, leaving govern- to the Suwannee River. When the ground
tragic as the oil spill was, and will ment agencies and those who suffer was dug up by earth-moving equipment fishing), and legends about what the in search' of snakes, rats, rabbits, ana
continue to be for many months or even losses from the spill to wait months or during this process, Indian arrowheads, swampland used to be, kept even the trap- birds. They were said to be descendants of
years to come, at least it has served the their in spearheads, knives, and other implementswere pers away. curs brought in by the fugitives to give
even years to recoup money hundreds of collectors SlavesIn them warning of pursuers.
purpose of opening the eyes of Congressto meanwhile exposed, attracting Runaway
the possibility of more tragedies if court. The oil companies, to that area, from near and far. the days before the Civil War this With the coming of the railroads, addi-

drilling is allowed in the arctic wildlife would be recouping their losses simplyby As for the Civil War era, the following dense swamp, which was usually flooded tional draining, and the influx of lake J
raising the price of gasoline to the and covered with favorite of the formidable atmosphere
It is also coastal story, written by the late H.E. Lagergren, sawgrass was a dwellers, most
refuge areas. alerting
hideout for slaves. They surrounded the three-
consumer. an early surveyor of Starke, Is taken froman fugitive Negro that once
states, such as Florida, to the ever- old issue of The Telegraph: managed to eke out an existence by killing lake area has yielded to the intrusions of
present dangers of off-coast drilling.In wild hogs, stray cattle and young man.

The Three LakesIn alligators, catching fish and robbing bird The development now going on in that

fact, some clean-up experts are the early 1890s the surfaces of Sampson nests for eggs.A area belies a phophecy made many years
doubtful that a large spill, such as Good Reporting, ., Crosby and Rowel! Lakes were small clearing, where the fugitives ago by Mr. Lagergren when he wrote:
lowered about six feet by canalizing Sampson grew sweet potatoes to eat with their
resulted from the Exxon Valdez accident I River, the outlet from Sampson Laketo 'possum, can still be seen. Tracking the "Pine trees have sprung up everywhereon
Retaliation ? drained land and the lake
Or Just the regionnow
can ever be cleaned up under the Santa Fe River, and also the creek runaways through slushy swampland, offers unsurpassed turpentining
connected Rowell with Sampson. thick and bird roosts seldom pro-
anything less than ideal conditions. that sawgrass, spects. There is an extensive peat bed near
"You cannot be Crosby and Sampson were also connectedby proved to be a success, but if the planters
adequately preparedfor which valuable
Last Saturday, April 22, The Florida a ditch. This Increased drainage dried just waited long enough, itives Sampson City, may prove
of the
oil time. But outside advantages
major a spokesmanfor "liberty some
a spill, says
around and between the tired of their and
Times-Union ian a front page article up the swamps eventually mentioned, there are none, and the ter-
the Florida Public Interest
lakes and created a wide beach on Sampson returned home voluntarily.
hotel bill by the city for time
concerning a paid ritory will probably a long yet, re-
Research Group. "It is too big a pro when the water is low. "
of Starke under a headline set in type Telling Tall Tales main a wilderness.
blem; there are too many variables, The two smaller lakes are from 15 to 20
and the manpower and technology are usually reserved for top state or national feet deep in places, but Sampson is seldom The frightful stories they told about their And now the Sampson Lake area is the
articles.It life in the swamp, including encounterswith of another mysterythe murder of a
ten feet in depth anywhere.The scene
not there to major environmental over and
prevent "hoop snakes", "flying gators", 12-year-old schoolgirl, Meghan Renaud,
damage. reclaimed swamp was uninhabitedand other horrible creatures, probably who disappeared from her home on Deer
made this reader wonder why an
seldom visited in those days, except in discouraged other slaves from running Foot Trail more than a month ago. She had
Florida, especially, should be con article interesting only to 2,500 Starke spots that were dry enough to grow pine away. been shot and the body was found later in a
cerned at the bungling in which the voters should merit such prominence. trees for lumber and resin. There was Until they were eventually killed out, secluded area not far from her home. The
cleanup was, and still is way, being handled Usually stories of this nature are nothing to interest the average man (ex- wild dogs used to roam through the, :swamp mystery remains unsolved.
relegated to the State News section.
by Exxon and the Federal government
,
Could there be here than meets Letters
more
due to President Bush's reluctance to .
become totally involved from the begin the eye?

ning. After all, Alaska is one of the 50 City Attorney Terence Brown thinks

states, just as much as Florida or Loui there is. Here's Hoping City's

siana. Attorney Doesn'tGo
If the story was published on the front To New York! a

According to an article appearing in page because of a public information Sirs:

Monday's Florida Times Union, the release problem between Reporter Little did I realize when I moved out of i
ports at Jacksonville, Savannah, and Bruce Ritchie and the city administration town to be close to the trees, animals and
Fort Lauderdale handle some of the it belittles the image of the The birds that I was leaving behind the biggest
heaviest oil tanker traffic anywhere in Florida Times-Union to seek revenge bunch of turkeys in Northeast Floridathe

the Atlantic Ocean. But in the event of a through attempts to embarrass our ones absolutely that voted no chance to fight of a winning lawsuit! they had

large oil spill, the Coast Guard would community.
have to send team from -its National Please, God forbid, ever sending
*- i Starke's little "attorney general" to New 4 b,! 1, ,+,
Strike Force in Mobile, Ala., ,to handleit. If Brown is wrong.and; T-U Executive York City to finance a. bond issue, as the r''i J

Editor Fred Hartman thought the story rates for presidential .suites- in Trump ' ,ri ]v I,
newsworthy enough to be put on the Towers start at $5,000 per night! : y4 4 r :

"That is what happened in December, front page, it calls into question his Still a Starke Taxpayer, ,.
1986 when valve the editor. William C.Powell,Starke ,.
a faulty pump on judgement as an
tanker Amazon Venture leaked 500,000 I

gallons (a mere fraction of the 10 U.S. Death Rate
The only good to come from this sad
million spilled in Alaska) into the little non-story, is that it crowded Lake Dropped 8 i'ercent

Savannah River while" the ship was in City off the front pafce. Lake City In Seven YearsThe
port at Savannah, the Times Union
residents should be
grateful.
overall U.S. death rate dropped
reported. "It took hours for the first
eight percent over the last seven but
Coast Guard aid to arrive, and days for Starke residents may be uptight about mortality rates from smoking-related years lung
the experts to guage effects of the disease Keep increasing, as smokers from
their officials
spill." city staying in a fancy past decades keep dying.
hotel, but the $8.000 was a drop in the
Researchers at Centers for Disease Con-
bucket compared to the $345,000 spent in trol report that the nation recorded about
And even as disastrous as the damageat battling the NAACP voting rights suit. 2.1 milion deaths, or 873 for every 100,000

Valdez appears, some experts say an Hindsight is 20-20( they say. To his Americans during the period. That is a
accident in the Gulf of Mexico or the credit, Attorney Brown advised the city drop of 8 percent from 1979 when the rate 9 l : g a

East Coast of the Atlantic, could be even commission against contesting the suit, was about 950 per 100,000.

more disastrous. Oil on a beach is bad that the odds were against the city winn The decline, the CDC said, Is partly due
enough to deal with, but oil in a coastal ing. to decreases in the death rates from coronary .
heart diseasethe nation's leading .
marsh can't be scrubbed off e
grasses, of
death
cause accounting for about
mango tree roots, and marine animals Starke voters might ask themselves 593,000 fatalities a year-and stroke,which
and birds-and the petroleum can be absorbed kills 125,000 people a year.
why the lost the trial. It was
and stored in their bodies by because the city federal judge accepted the The mortality rate from heart disease !Sampson Lake Scene on Early CC Booklet
shellfish. fell 18 percent to 227 per 100,000 in 1986,
contention that it is for
impossible, a while the rate from stroke stopped 26 percent
black to be elected in the city.
person to 56 per 100,000.
It was also pointed out that a spill off This is evidenced the fact that
most
by a Heart disease and stroke Illnesses in
the coast of Florida would threaten are two Forestry Bradford CountySouthern
black has never been elected to
reef person for which smoking is considered a
North America's coral
living
only the city commission.If risk factor. But while mortality rates from
located off the Florida Keys, where nine those illnesses were declining, death rates
oil companies already own $107 million from smoking-related lung diseases were Forestry AnalysisThe
worth of drilling leases. Starke voters (now that's a big on the rise, the CDC reported.The .
"if") had been smart enough to elect a rate from following is an article originally values. For example, Old South rural lan-
mortality lung cancer, written by Mary Anne Lindskog of the downers maintain
their
black and several rights to harvest
As a result of the Exxon Valdez spill, person, qual'f'edblacks which kills 126,000 Americans each year, American Forest Council. She has some Interesting their trees while New South Sunbelt
Governor have run for the city commission rose 15 percent from 1979 to 1986, to 50 into southern
insights retirees
Martinez has ordered Floridato forestry'sfuture. are concerned with their quality of
the city might not be in the positionof deaths per 100,000 people.Library .
go through a mock disaster drill to life when a neighbor clearcuts his land.
where the having to establish single member The South is not"just another region" of Other conflicts prompt such newspaper
see present" response plan voting districts. the U.S.- Is unlike any other region andis editorial headlines as ,'Pine Barons Sap
might be deficient. This move at least in fact, the prime region for private Life From Rural Counties." And even the
shows that Florida is interested and forestry in the United States. More than 55 Tree Farmer of the Year, himself a
concerned about the future, but it But, more importantly, single percent of the 16-state Southern region is Southern farmer, has been smeared as
should be remembered that no mock member voting districts will hurt all ci- a forestland, 70 percent of which Is privately "choking small town life."
owned. In the past year alone, forest in- Diverse issues for the forest Industry
voters. Now
disaster drill commis-
can duplicate the ty: only one city
problems
dustry has invested more than $1 billion In result from changing population and from
that would arise if the spill occur- sioner will be obligated to any city the South through new and expanded changes within the industry. The Issues
red during a tropical disturbance or voter. News. facilities. The South is first in optimal and concerns we face include the South's
growing conditions, transportation timber supply and its future availability,
facilities and potential for future forest inadequate public recognition of the Importance
growth. It has been called "The Wood- of the industry in the South, en-
Extended Hours basket of the World." vironmental questions such as wetlands,
Set by Library The Southern forestry community com Increased local government powers,
= For SFCC StudentsThe prised of forest Industry federal and state transportation, highway questions and Industry
f)] forestry agencies, associations, Extension taxes.
I ] Bradford County Public Library will foresters and other groups provide unity in These issues are further intensified by
maintain extended hours throughout the forestry and give the forest industry a the ever changing domestic md Interna-
l summer terms for Santa Fe Community positive public image. Reforestation and tional ownership of Southern forest In-
College students. forest management are emphasized dustry.Finally,within the large number of
region-wide. Media features also forestry and forest
news are industry groups In our
The sun weigh 2.2 billion billion billion tons ty.:00,000.000,000.000,000,000,000,000 tons., "Faculty and students at the Andrews becoming more of a cooperative effort.Of region, each maintains its own particular
.... Center here in Starke may use, free of the 75 million people who live In the -purpose and program. We're all
h charge,all of the" library services providedby South, 4 million are landowners. Of these, safne team, but who are the other players
the CPL, says Library Director Sue only 2 million (half) own more than 10 and what strategy are they using to play
'! QiD-4 "ADtOItO Crum. acres. Of the nation's 61,000 tree farmers the game? The South, therefore, does
tNe COVtiTr Available services Include access to nearly 60 percent live in the South, andthose much "information gathering" and
r 4 over 22,000 books and periodicals, 36,000 tree farmers own 53 million cross-checking": of ideas and efforts to
reference inter-library loans, reserve acres. coordinate a win by the Southern forest industry
trgrapIr4rt.G.Pl$0usoNf' books and the bookmobile.Mrs. Yet the South offers alternatives and op- team.In .
portunities. We will have to work to con sum, fast-changing population,
t'",'1., Crum adds "The staff welcomes quer obstacles facing the forest Industry in demanding issues and a multitude of ef-
M.MUM suggestions for additional materials from the South through the region's current forts challenge the South. "How can the
.l "Mr* both students and instructors." evolution Old South to New South. The forest Industry cope with these?" Is the
Published each Thursday and: entered on Second Class Matter at South faces radically changing population, question. Our Tree Farm. Project Learn-
Please call 904-6400 for Information, or diverse issues and efforts ing Tree and communications
the Post Office at Starke. Florida.under varying among programs
Act of March 3.;,1879
; stop by the BCPL at 109 E. Jackson Street the multitude of groups that comprise the are the answer.
.,. Ptton*M4-430S SubialptlonfJaf* In Trade Area $14.00 pet years $8.00 Hx month for assistance. Library hours are Monday Southern forestry community. Rapidly -t The South works to keep forestry theregion's 0
P.O. Drawer A: Stark. Florida Outside Trod Area 15.00 year: $8.50 six month 0-8 p.m., Tuesday-Wednesday-Friday 9-5 growing urban centers have brought to the leading industry so that the South
I p.m., Thursday 9-? p.m. and Saturday 9-2 traditionally rural South new battles over can continue to grow as the woodbasket of
p.m. state legislation furvta. and conflict of the world-won t you help?





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I II Rogers- Receives Promotion I



In ceremonies conducted recentlyat graduating class who Joined the struction by the State Department of
Camp Blinding James E. Guard.He is the only one who is still TrnimDoitatlon in Gainesville.Col. .
Rogers, Jr., of Starke was promoted serving and who hecolonel. attained the
to the rank of Colonel in the rank of full < Rogers Is married to the'
Florida Army National Guard. former Joan Tenly Chitty and they
Brigadier Gen. Richard Capps have four grown children: Karl
Asst. Adjutant General for the Stateof A graduate of the University of Rogers of Starke Randal F. Chitty
Florida did the honors of of- Florida Col. Rogers received his II of Jacksonville Sandra Nead of
ficiating and of pinning the Army's, Masters Degree: from Troy State St. Augustine and Karen Woody of
Silver Eagles on Rogers,assisted by University. He Is also employed as Columbia S.C. Col. & Mrs. Rogersnow
family members.A the Resident Engineer for road con reside in Starke.


thlrty-two'lear' member of the
Rogers was
J commissioned a second lieutenant in
1961 while serving in Headquartersand
Headquarters Company. 187th

Armor In Lake City. Hampton Hilites a.....................
Rogers has served in various
capacities since then, most recently
being appointed Post Commander By Dolores Meng,Phone 468-115
the Camp Blandlng Training Site. Gratitude...
Prior to becoming Post Com Mr. & Mrs. One Sheppard Jr., wish to thank the'Hampton VolunteerFire
.r- mander,he was the Post Director of Dept.for their quick response when notified of a flew near their home.
7 Engineering. He has been serving Even though they were not needed at the time their willingness to serve
the Guard at Camp Standing since was very much appreciated. Several reports have been heard recently of
197S, when he was assigned to the the good service given by this volunteer group and of the Waldo Volunteer
Helping to promote Col. Rogers during ceremonies Brig. Gen. Richard Capps, Assistant Adjutant Generalof Florida National Guard Military Fire Dept.Visitors..
I recently held at Camp Blanding were: l-r) Rogers' son the Florida Army National Guard. Academy.
...
Karl; his mother Mrs.Leta Rogers; his wife,Joan; and Rogers was one of 23 members of
his Lake City High School George and Nancy Rozboro and sons Tony and Steve have returned to
their home In HnnvuiollIff NY. after unonrhnff last week with her
mother,Vicki-Zacek.:While here they visited-George's) parents,Mr..-&Mrs.
Steven Rozboro in New Port Richey.Mr. .
&Mrs. John Meng and daughter Stephanie visited his parents, the
Birthdays. Meetings. .. Paul Meng family and other relatives and friends.They returned to their
Young at Heart Meets May Rev. Mrs. Mikeself of Zamara Mexico, spent Monday and Tuesdaywith
James Prince Celebrates 82nd BirthdayJames Mr. &Mrs. Paul Meng. On Monday night they showed slides of their
Thursday May 4 will be the of
the
regular monthly meeting Young at
work In Mexico.They also entertained with songs in the native
with friends the Suwannee Heart of the First Church.Lunch will I be missionary
Prince celebrated his 82nd birthday at Baptist provided by the church in at the Church.
language.Their presentation was given Hampton Baptist
River Economic Council congregate meal site1 at 134 E. South Street in the fellowship hall at noon.
Starke. Come one,come all,and enjoy the program planned by the original Corn Surprise Party...
Mr.Prince was born in Nickle Ga.,on Apr.8,1907,and raised on a farm Cob Band. There will be fun, fellowship and food. Harold Waters was pleasantly surprised on Sunday with a celebration
until 1928. He moved to Florida in 1946 and was co-founder of the Greater given in honor of his 50th birthday at the home of his son,Harold Jr.,Don-
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church of Starke. Mr. Prince began working na and Ashley Lynne.
with Hercules Powder Co. in 1937 where he worked for 27 years until his Also among the fifty guests attending were his daughters, Lynne
retirement. He was employed by the Bradford County Telegraph for 15 Allyson and Jimmy Norman and daughter Allynne. Harold's mother
years. K Orientation Set at BC Schools Florence Waters of Lake Butler(who also celebrated her 86th birthday on
He and his wife Sara just recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Apr. 25) was also present.Others attending included Alice Faye's mother
Kindergarten orientation will be held in Bradford County schools the Mrs.Louise Newman and her five brothers and families.
following dates and times:
BROOKER ELEMENTARY: Thursday, May 1918 9:45-11:30 a.m. Hampton PTA...
(Parents and children are invited to stay for lunch.) Officers elected to serve the PTA for the 198990 terms at the meeting
Harold Waters Celebrates 50thOn HAMPTON ELEMENTARY: Tuesday. May 9,7 p.m. held at the school Monday night are: President Vivian Chappel; Vice
LAWTEY ELEMENTARY: Friday. May 25, 9-10:40: a.m. (Parents and President Lynn Marshall; Secretary. Nancy Genest; Treasurer Sallye
Sunday Apr. 23, Harold The party room was decorated children are invited to stay for lunch.) Scoggins.
Waters was honored with a surprise vftth balloons, streamers, and ban- OUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY: Thursday May 11, 9-10:30: a.m. Mark Hodges was thanked for all his help in repairing playground equip-
birthday party in celebration of his ners proclaiming the 50th year. The .TARKE ELEMENTARY: Tuesday May 16,7 p.m. ment at the school.
50th birthday which occurred on birthday cake made by Ruth Meng Parents with upcoming fall, 1989 kindergarten children are urged to at- Cards..
Report
Apr. 18. The cookout was given by was decorated with flowers and tend the session at the school of their child's enrollment.
his children, Harold, Jr., and wife formed a Big 5 and an 0. The REMINDER: Register your kindergartener May 8 at the school of Report cards for the fifth six weeks grading period are to be sent home
Donna Allyson and Jimmy Norman, family gilt to Harold was a cart to his/her enrollment. with students on Thursday Apr. 27.
and Lynne and was held at the attach to his recently acquired
Graham home of Harold, Jr. riding lawn mower. His two grand-
About fifty relatives and guests attended daughters, Allynne and Ashley, who
including his 86 year old recently celebrated their first bir- HIGH PROTEIN FOR HIGH BIG HORN BATTLES: Throughouttheir
mother,Florence Waters; his sister thdays, will enjoy this gift. The cart FLIERS: During the winter month lifetime malt big horn sheep
Helen Dukes of Lake Butler; Wanda held numerous birthday greetingsand Travis Alvarez Named Outstanding many people put out an extra helpIng perform ritualistic head-butting battle -
Wall of Plant City and their families. gifts. High School Student of AmericaTravis of blrdfted to fatten our *. NATIONAL WILDLIFE
that these
feathered friend An excellent coldweather magazine reports during
Other relatives attending were his Food served included meat cooked
wife, Alice Faye and her mother by Harold, Jr., and Jimmy, home- D. Alvarez II of Houston,Texas has been selected as an Outstan- bird feed It suet, a densemeat battle the two charging gladiatorsoften
Louise Newman her five brothers churned ice cream, and covered ding High School Student of America because of outstanding merit and accomplishments fat. More bird seek. out suet In reach a combined peed of 43
I and their families. dishes. as a high school student. winter than any other type of food. mile per hour. Often the horn
Travis is the son of Travis D.and Mary Alvarez of Houston Tx and the But bird need heat-producing protein meet with a resounding crack that
I grandson of L.B. (Red) Alvarez and the late Thelma P. Alvarez. a* well. According to NATIONAL can be heard more than a mile
WILDLIFE magazine, away. Luckily for these ram warriors -
86th Birthday Celebrated in Lake Butler you
I evolution has given them a
can"bee/up"your suet cake by adding -
On Saturday Apr. 22, Mrs. Among those attending were her Special DedicationAt high-protein Item like canned double-layered skull and thick facial .
Florence Waters of Lake Butler,was other children Harold ,of Starker' Hope Baptist dog food,dehydrated eggs or peanutbutter. hide that can withstand tremendous '
f honored with a party in celebration ,Herman of Alachua, and Wanda?I '' '0 -' > 0 I c, .. "d it ItAr1' .,....1/..,
of her 86th(birthday of April 25., Wall of Plant City, along with their J Hope Baptist Church'will'dedlcatetheir ;', .:
I Festivities were held CSV af the home nf, .'amt'.."_'... new Merle L. Packham. Sr.
her daughter; ; : Helen i Dukes of Lake Memorial Educational Building on
Butler. Sunday, Apr. 30. Services will begin
with Sunday School at 10 a.m.,

Kevin Wise & David Norman Celebrate SixteenthOn Rev.followed Edgar by Wilkinson worship service Pastor of with the You're Invited To

Hollister First Baptist Church bringing c' .
April 3, Kevin Wise turned 16 Colorful "Sweet 16" helium-tilled the message.
and on Apr.4 David Norman turned balloons accented the celebration.Both Open house will be at 2 p.m.,sIng-
16. So both celebrated their birthdayon received many cards and gifts ing by the Nazworth Family at 2:30: 'w the 2nd Annual
Friday Apr. 7, given by their from friends and relatives. p.m. and the dedication service at 3
parents.The Approximately 50 guests enjoyedthe p.m. in the new facility.
festive occasion was held at large cake decorated with a Pastor Gary Heath and members JIM RESTORATIONJUBILEE
'. Grandma and Papa Wise's house in baseball theme.Rebecca Wise made cordially invite everyone to attend
Lawtey. Papa Wise and Paul Nor- cupcakes also. this special service of thanksgivingand
man grilled hot dogs served with praise. The church is located 8
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i Page SA TELEGRAPH April Z7. 1989 _, .._ ,' ,
J.fngagemenL. a ,
Campbells to Present ConcertThis
The albatross drinks sea water. H has a special desalinlzatlon apparatusthat Richardson-Stinnett
strains out excess salt. Pt
Sunday evening, recording artist Carolyn Parsons Campbell will be Engagement Told
in concert at the First United Methodist Church beginning at 7:30: p.m. in Tlllman and Hazel Richardson of
the church sanctuary. Along with her will be her husband, Mike. 1 Starke announce the engagementand
All of your senses will come to play as you experience this vibrant upcoming marriage of their
Tina s ministry. Mike's creative eye and technical expertise capture the meaningof daughter, Mary, to Scott A. Stinnett,
the songs through the lens of his camera.The music comes alive through of DI-Anne McCann of
SaCon Carolyn's extraordinary talent and exuberance. son Camarillo Calif., and Kenneth Stin-
Beauty Carolyn has had extensive professional experience as a performer and nett of Ovnard Calif.
recording artist as well a:, vocal training at FSU. Her dynamic perfor- The wedding will be held May 19 at
(f mances and Mike's inspiring pictorial displays create a beautifully unique Madison St. Baptist Church. .
$ and professional evening of praise worship and patriotism. The concert is from
Haircuts :...................a..e.. 6.00 a positive energetic expression of joy and love with music ranging from Bradford The bride-elect High School graduated in 1984 and is
traditional,
Perm Wave. ..... ........ $25.00 hymns to contemporary Christian music now attending Santa Fe Community
L .. .. .... In September, 1984 Mike and Carolyn Campbell were married. Since Carolyn Mike Campbell in Information
College for a degree
1986 when they formed Campbell Productions they have been traveling
together full-time with their music/media ministry. Systems.The .
from
groom-to-be graduated
964-2864 3 1/2 Miles North on 301 Ventura High School California in
L -:- 1985 and is now working for the U.S.

Vicky Goodowns Honored at Music FestivalVicky Government.

.... Y /-A/- ,....,,i:...,... y- Goodowns, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goodowns of Starke,
N,.. Y.M." I "."" i'Z" .r. ,r4Y.y was honored Saturday Apr. 15 at State Festival, sponsored by the Florida::
( ( cue;;, 'i'oy" Federation of Music Clubs.The contest was held in Avon Park at the South Announcing. .
1.i.t; '0' ,
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Yfr ; clew ,reels She won two first place trophies for vocal solos in the Musically Advanced ...Benjamin P. Carter
A III category. The first trophy was for Art Songs and the second was in
rI'U the category Music Theater. Vicky performed "Sure on This Shining Bradley and Valerie Carter announce -

!? S S>_.. .V\ f Night", by Barber and "Bali H'ai" from the musical South Pacific. She the birth of their third April son
born
Pabst Carter
/. i was accompanied by her mother Judy Goodowns. Benjamin ,
5ot,01.' ...IHo Vicky was also chosen by ail judges as the Outstanding Vocalist in all 23 in Trenton Fla. He joins brothers
HII ,I categories. She was awarded a plaque and a $100 scholarship. Matthew (6) and Austin (3).
:: Participation in the State Festival was attained on Feb. 18,when she won Maternal grandparents are the
PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS superior ratings in both categories at the Suwannee District Festival at the late Mr. &: Mrs. Robert Allen Pabstof
University of Florida and was selected to perform in the Festival Honors Jacksonville.
rsun i Recital at the Thomas Center in Gainesville. Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
,
MONA CANOVA hae contributed the -
Immeasurably to cultural
heritage of the residents of the City of Starke and Bradford County over r Vicky is a student at Santa Fe Community College. She is a voice studentof Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. Great-
the decades; and Mary Margaret Andrew from Gainesville. grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. Maxie
Carter, Sr., all of Starke.
WHEREAS MONA CANOVA has given generously and unselfishly of her tine

musical through background the year in; and providing young people, or the young-at-heart with Rev. Mikesell Visits Hampton- BaptistAt .Samantha N.Blankenship .

Hampton Baptist Church on travel much of Central
WHEREAS MONA CANOVA pent 20 y.... teaching our young people at Bradford I They over
Monday 24 Rev.
Apr. ArthurR.
High School and night, America helping in Evangelism and ...Stephen Blankenship
Mikesell and his wife Marita Church Planting in other established
showed slides and narrated P02 Tim (from Starke)
WHEREAS MONA CANOVA has touched the sara of many, of u. with her music their ex- churches as well as In other new Blankenship
over the many years, periences as missionaries. They towns to begin a new church. and his wife, Cathryn Lee Driggers
Vicky Goodowns served for 17 years under CAM In- They have four daughters. Debbie, announce the birth of twins Samantha -
NOW, THEREFORE I. Robert E. "Bobby" Biggs, by virtue of the authority ternational in Guatemala, Central the oldest is married to Paul Nicole and Stephen George
vested in me aa Mayor-Commissioner of the City of Starke, do hereby Joseph
SWEET America, and for the last 9 years in Blankenship.The .
proclaim April 29, 1989 aa SURPRISES: The Meng, and they live in Thomasville
Mexico. twins born Mar.3 in Port
discoveries of the artificial Ga. Felicia the youngest Is study- were
MONA CANOVA DAYin sweeteners molt popular today Their ministry Is evangelism and ing at Moody Bible Institute in Arthur Tx. Samantha Nicole weighed -
were all accidents of the church planting. In 1980 they begana Chicago 111. 6 lb. 5 oz., and was 21 inches long.
the City of Starke County of Bradford, and urge all citicens to join laboratory. But according to International church Queretaro, Mexico, and In May Rev. & Mrs. Mikesell plan Stephen George was 6 lb. 7 oz.,
In the observance of this for in Marelio in 1/4 inches.
apeclal day a epeciul lady. Wildlife magazine 1984. They recently to return to Mexico to continue their measuring 21
rJ future breakthrough in moved to Zamara Mexico, to begin Paternal grandparents are Virgil
5S" ministry.
Dated thle < -d.y of April 1989. .,
sweetening may come from exotic another church Blankenship of Huntginton W.Va.
plants. On. super Maternal grandparents are Mr. &:
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Seafood Steaks Pasta Entrees I High
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I I| Legal Notices ]) All Interested persons are required: to AN ORDINANCE (NO. 336-A) OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA statement of facts which petitioner contends
reversal modificationof
file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA AMENDING DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL the warrant or
Deportment's action or proposed
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS THE CITY OF STARKE CHARTER TO RE-
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate QUIRE THAT All CANDIDATES OR AP. REGULATION action; (f) A statement of which rules or

NOTICE OF INTENTION and ((2)) any objection by an Interested POINTEES FOR THE OFFICE OF POLICE NOTICE OF statutes reversal petitioner contends require
PROPOSED
fictitious modification of the
under the aforesaid or Dopart'm.nt'
name
TO REGISTER person to whom this notice was mailedthat CHIEF OF THE CITY OF STARKE SHALL
FICTITIOUS statute. challenges the of the will POSSESS AGENCY ACTION action or proposed action; andg
validity MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Pursuant to Section NAME 663.09. Florida Dated this 27th day of March 1989 In the qualifications of the personal POLICE OFFICERS UNDER FLA. STAT.AS The Department of Environmental ( ) A statement of the relief sought by
Bradford Regulation gives notice of Its Intent to petitioner stating precisely the action
Statute., notice It h.r.by given that the County. representative, venue or jurisdiction of 943.13; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE Issue
4tpd 4/06-4/27 the Court. a jurisdictional declaratory statement petitioner wants the Department to take
undersigned Carl DATE.
D. Harman and Jen .. (File No. BJ-16-144002-2)) to E.I. duo with respect to the Department's action
nifer
J. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Harman TERENCE
--- M.
803 BROWN
Parkwood Place P.A.
Pont de Nemours and .
or action.If
cia Environmental
Stork,. Fl. 32091, joint owners, doing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTH SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. BY: DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER Company proposed
Services and I a petition Is filed the administrativehearing
business under the firm name of: H t H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR BRAD Publication of this notice has begun on 486 North Temple Ave. P.O. Box 5489 Gainesville Florida process Is designed to formulat.

Painter. 803 Parkwood Place, Stork., FORD COUNTY FLORIDA 4/27/89. Stark., Fla. 32091 32602 for the prop.rty located In Sections agency action. Accordingly the Depart.m.nt'
Flo., 32091, Intendi register Mid lietltioui CASE NO. 89-56-CP Personal Representative: ltchg427Control 5, 6, 7. 8. 17, 18, 19, and 30 .final action may be different from
DIANE ELY
name und.r the aforesaidstatute. IN FILE NO. 1-4050 P.O. Box 1086 059 Township 4 South Rang. 23 East Clay the position taken by It In this Notice.
RE: ESTATE OF County, and Section 31, Township 3 Persons whose substantial Interest will
Dated this 19th day of April, 1989 In JOHN F. BROGAN Starke, Fla.32091Attorney NOTICE OF PROPOSED
South be
23 affected the
Bradford County. Deceased. for PersonalRepresentative ENACTMENT Range East Duval County, Section by any decision of Depot-
OF ORDINANCEBY 36, Township 3 South Range 22 East ment with regard to the application have
4tpd 4/20-5/11 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe : CITY COMMISSION and Sections 1. 12, and 13, Township 4 the right petition to become a party to
Control 053 administration of the estate of JOHN H. JONES ESQUIREP. STARKE FLORIDA
South Range 22 East Baker County and the proceeding.The .
JOHN F. BROGAN. deceased Case. No. O. Drawer 1030 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .
proposed Sections 24, 25. and 36, Township 4 petition must conform to the requirements
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 89-56-CP File No. 1-4050. I. pending Starke, Florida 32091 Ordinance, whose title South Range 22 East Bradford specified above and be filed
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD the Circuit Court for Bradford County. ((904)) 964-5701 hereinafter appears, will be considered The site comprises approximately County.7,236 (received) within 14 days of publicationof
FORD COUNTY Florida. Probate Division the address of 2tchg 4/27-5/4 for final enactment on the 2nd day of
FLORIDA. acres along the west side of U.S. 301. this Notice In the Office of General
which Is Post Office Drawer B, Starke, Control 057 May, 1989 at the City Commission
CASE NO. 88-389-CA The Department's file on this matter Is Counsel at the above address of the
Florida 32091. Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m., In the available
DIVISION( for public Inspection Deportment. Failure to petition within
: The and addresses of the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe City Hall 209 N. during
DUVAL names per.canal Thompson Street
FEDERAL normal
SAVINGS AND LOAN business hours, 8:00: a.m. to 5.00 the allowed time frame constitutes a
ASSOCIATION OF representative and the personalrepresentatives Suwannee River Water Management Starke, Florida.A waiver of such has
JACKSONVILLE Monday to
a cor- through Friday, except any right person
poration organized and existing under attorney are set forth District for surfacewater has received permit applications copy of said Ordinance may be Inspected C.m.' holidays, at the Department of Environmental request a hearing under Section 120.57
the laws of the United States of below. managementsystems by any member of the public at Regulation, Jurisdictional F.S., and to participate as a party to this
America Interested persons ore required to as follows: the office of the City Clerk In the City Evaluation Section Room 548 Twin. proceeding. Any subsequent Intervention
Plaintiff file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON Application 4-89-00070 Hall. Starke, Florida. On the dote tint Towers Office Building 2600 Blair Stone will only be at the approval of the
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Date Received 4/1/89 above mentioned all Interested
parties
Road, Tallahassee, Florida 323992400. presiding officer upon motion filed pursuant
vsMARY DIXON HENRY, a/k/a MARY NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate DEMPSEY SAPP may appear and be heard with respectto Persons whose substantial Interestsare to Rule :285.207 F.A.C.
and ((2)) objection by on Interested 310 S.E. 2ND STREET this proposed Ordinance.AN .
HENRY POOLE: any affected by the above proposedagency Control 063 Itcjig 4/27.
whom this mailed LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054 ORDINANCE AMENDING
PHILLIP R. person to notice was ORDINANCE action have
DIXON a
Defendants. that challenges the validity of the will Individual permit application to construct NO. 261-A ZONING ORDINANCE Section 120.57 Florida right Statutes pursuant, to NOTICE OF PROPOSED
AMENDED NOTICE OF the qualifications of the personalrepresentative and operate a surfacewater OF THE CITY OF STARKE for an administrative determination to petition ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCEBY
Notice I. SALE venue or jurisdiction of management system on approximately FLORIDA 17.5 "INTERPRETATION OF (hearing) on the THE TOWN COUNCILOF
hereby glv.n that pursuant the court. 20.00 acres of land In township 06 south USES PERMITTED". proposed action. The THE TOWN
to a Summary Final Judgm.nt of petition must contain the Information set
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Ranger 20 east section 11, Bradford TERENCE M. BROWN P.A. OF BROOKER FLORIDA
Foreclosure .nt.r.d herein 1 I will sell forth below and must be filed (received)
SO FILED County Florida. BY: DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the property situated In Bradford County WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. In the Deportment's Office of General on May
Florida described as: Publication of this Notice has begunon PROJECT DESCRIPTION: HOWARD 486 North T.mpl.Av.. Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road 9, 1989 at 7:30 p.m., the Town Councilof
Lot 9. Block 2, PINEHAVEN as plot 4/27/89. POND. Starke. Fla. 32091 Tallahassee, Florida 32399.2400 within the Town of Breaker Florida In
per EUNICE H. MACDONALD Applications are on file for public inspection 1tchg427Control regular session to be held at the Breaker
thereof recorded 14 days of
In Plat Book 2, Pag.65.of at district and publication of this notice. A
headquarters
the Public Records of Bradford County. Personal Representative 060 copy of the petitlton must also be mailedat City Hall Brooker Florida will considerthe
written comments of the
Florida. 525 Hebron Avenue concerning any the time of filing to the jurisdictional following Ordinance on second
Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 applications above may be filed with the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO reading and proposed thereof.
passage
at declaratory
public sale, to the highest and best statement petitioner at the
district no later than 5/16/89. Those

persons REGISTER ORDINANCE
NO. 1989.3
JULIAN S. PINKSTON
bidder for cash at the front door of the address indicated Failure to file a petition
who wish be advised
Bradford Suite 100 Marine Bank Building to as to any FICTITIOUS NAME within the 14 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE
County Courthouse In Starke, days constitutes a
Florida 404 Julia StreetJacksonville proposed agency action and provided an Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida waiver of SALE OF LIQUORS ON SUNDAY IN
at 11:00 the right such has
a.m., on 10th day of any person to
May 1989.WITNESS. Florida 32202 opportunity to request on administrative Statutes, notice is hereby given that the an administrative determination (hearing BROOKER FLORIDA; ESTABLISHING A
my hand and official seal of ((904)) 354-3147 hearing regarding an application must undersigned ROBERT M PETERSON. ) pursuant to Section 120.57 F.S. SHORT TITLE; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT
said Court this 13th day of April 1989. Florida Bar 95251 file a written request with the Suwannee P.O. Box 1147 Starke, Fla. 32091 and The petition shall contain the following ; AND PROVIDING A
RAY NORMAN Attorney for PersonalRepresentative River Water Management District Route DANNY A. NUGENT. 145 N. Orange information: (a) Th. and address PENALTY.
3. Box 64, Live Oak Florida 32060 no Street Fla. name Said ordinance be
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Storke. 32091 joint owners, and telephone number of each proposed may Inspected
Smith Simmons 2tchg 4/27-5/4 later than 6/13/89. doing business under the firm name of petitioner, the applicant's name and address by the public at th* Brooker City
1116 Barnett Bank Bldg. Control 056 Control 058 BOB-DAN ENTERPRISES 2000 N. Temple the Department's File Number Hall. Brooker Florida, during the hours
Jacksonville, Fl. 32202 lIehg 4/27 Avenue, Starke, Fla. 32091 Intends to and the county In which the project Is of 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon on Mondays,
Telephone: ((904)) 354.3645 IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN register said fictitious name under the proposed; (b) A statement of how and Fridays, and Saturdays.All .
Attorneys for Plaintiff AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. NOTICE OF PROPOSED aforesaid statute. when each petitioner received notice of Interested parties may appear at
FLORIDA. ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCEBY Dated this 27th day of April 1989 In the Department's action the meeting and b* heard with respectto
2tchg42o.27Control or proposed action
052 PROBATE DIVISION CITY COMMISSION Bradford County ; (c) A statement of how each peti the proposed ordlnanc
Case No. 89-49-CP STARKE FLORIDA 4tpd 4/27-5/18 tioner's substantial Interests Charlen Thomas, Clark
File No. 1-4043 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed <*V."*...1 l nl the are affected Control 065 I
Ordinance, whose tltl.h.r.lnoft.r by Department's action orproposed
IN RE ESTATE OF Itchg 4/26
: NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO action; (d) a statement of facts
GERALD K. EL Y.D.c.o'ed' appears will be consideredfor REGISTER ,.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO final enactment on the 2nd day of .
FICTITIOUS NAME .. ..
REGISTER NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe May 1989 at the City Commission PURSUANT to Section 865.09 Florida STARKE
FICTITIOUS NAME administration of the estate of Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m.. In the Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the CHURCH OF GOD
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida GERALD K. ELY deceased, File Number City Hall. 209 N. Thompson Street undersigned ELDON PHILLIP CORNETT Abused Children Have
Statutes, notice Is hereby that the Starke. Florida.A Many 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445
given 89-49-CP, Is In the Circuit Court
pending Route 1, Box 69, Ralford. Fla. 32083. sole
undersigned RAY C. REDDISH, Dox L, for Bradford County, Florida, Probate copy of sold Ordinance may be Inspected owner doing business under the firm A Hard Time Talking About It. John Spratlln PastorWe
lawtey. Florida 32058. and G.L.G. TURF Division the address of which Is Brad by any member of the public at name of SUNBURST ADVERTISING Rt. 1. 1-800-96-HHiHl[ with
Inc.. Rt. 1. Box 1003. Melrose, Florida ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida the office of the City Clerk in the City Box 69 Raiford Fl. 32083 Intends to Invite you to worship us. I
32666. joint owners, doing business 32091. The names and addresses of the Hall. Starke, Florida. On the date first register sold fictitious name under the ( KM lot PmtKASmfl uI.I"J"or.m Sturm Attended Nursery
under the firm name of LAWTEY TURF personal representative and the personal above mentioned, all Interested parties aforesaid statute. SunlaySdwol ................. loam \
FARM. Box L. County Road 125. Lawtey representatives attorney are set may appear and be heard with respectto Dated this 27th day of April 1989. In Momk Waiaht> .... ........ ... Hem j
Florida 32058, f Intends. to register told forth below. this proposed. lnance. Bradford Countv. FrasrrQ9rtvlm: ................ 6pmWedneadiiyYoulh
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car, Rot comfimulilc.und prucccdcdlih : : D"n, :." take right on 24th Ave, follow signs. Hwy 301 3 Ml. N. of Stale
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1018 N. Tempi 8C4-C401 HWY 301 a 964-6633 964-7871 ,
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Join the "Yo YoM Team for CinisfScuringjbr

Legal Notices.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerelief
I t Souls

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO requested In the Petition will b*

REGISTER granted. Items cronted from these,
j aro : yo-yos
FICTITIOUS NAME WITNESS my hand ond official seal of
Pursuant to S.ctlon 865.09. Florida this Court on this 25th day of April. 1989 Bold] in Lamp of Jesus Craft Shup. ansll
Statute, notice li h *w glv.n that theund.r.lgned. RAY NORMAN I Funds arc used to hold ones.in need
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT L .
CHfMfS B. NICHOLS. r I -u.- -- Wo now have more than 30
Rout. 4, Box I4S9 Stork. Florida and Control 070 A hummingbird nest I is the size of e walnut. I or our !..cnm.I .
ERICK BINDLEY, Rout 2, Box 30, Stark, 4tchg 4/27-5/18 Anyone Groups
Flo., Joint owners doing business under ----- -- I Welcome
the firm nom.of BRADFORD AIR CONDITIONING Interested? Call 964-5898
I a ELECTRICAL, Rout. 4, Box ( :. 064-7109 or
14S9. Stark., Florida, 32091, Intend to .
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r.gl.t.r sold fictitious nam under the EIIIPB .a\IItt\ :
aforesaid statute.
Dat.d this 25th day of April 1989 In

Bradford County. 4tpd 4/27-5/18 Extra Lean

Control 066 ,

INVITATION TO BID Whole Boneless
The City of Lawtey't Community r 11
D.v.lopm.nt Office as part of their _

Demolition/Relocation sealed bids for the Program REHABILITATION willreceive e e : Sliced FREE !

of a home at the following location I

COUNTY: ROAD 200, between Lake e -
Street and Jones Street In the East Lake
Street will Target Include area complete of Lawtey.rehabilitationof Florida.Bid PORK iJOINSI' if

house a> per specifications and plans
supplied by the Lawtey Community '
Development Office at Post Office Box / Boneless
418. lawtey, Florida 32058: phone ((904))

7823730.Contractor to secure all necessary
permits and licenses required by the RIB END ROAST '
Lb
County Building Code. Prior to awarding
contract, contractor must provide proofof :
WOI kman'. Compensation and .
Manufacturer-Liability Insurance Prices in this ad good thru

coverage$50,000/$300,000 In minimum.the amount of Sunday April 30, 1989.

Bids will be received until 12:00: P.M..
Friday. May 5, 1989 at the Offlc of Com
munity Development, located In the fLarts '7Z t RCt r. Y'' nrv', i d a v ,'r
Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department at ( -
the address and telephone number
detailed herein. Bids will be opened at
12.05 P,M.. on Friday. May 5, 1989. Con
tractor will Indicate "sealed bid" by icjLLp0J
noting lame on exterior of envelop.
The City of Lawtey's Community
Development reserves the right to reject ,

any Equal or Opportunity all bids. The Employer.City of Lawty Itchg Is 4/27 an 8 LEG THIGHS .LtWz


Control 067

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute", Section 865.09. Florida
Crisp IcebergPepsi
Statutes, will register with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, In and for Bradford
County Florida upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice, the fictitious
name, to-wit: FARMERS FURNITURE
under which It Is engaged In business at
835 S. Walnut Street, Starke. Florida
32091.
That the only party Interested In sold \
Caf. Free
business enterprise Is as follows, to-wlt: "' Red RipeSTRAWBERRIES
FARMERS FURNITURE COMPANY OF r
QUINCY, INC., a Georgia corporation Pepsi
authorized to transact business In the Diet
State of Florida, 711 Bellevue Avenue, ?
P.O. Box 1140 Dublin Georgia 95 $
31010-.100x. LTR '
Dated this 24th day of April 1988. $12USDA Head
4tchg 4/27-3/18 J/X/v//in iff" '"' "

Control 068 i
Beef Quart
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DUVAL Choice .
COUNTY Diet Mtn. Dew 6P9JMtn. I 1
Case No. 86.14101-CA ** OoeaV Pint. . . . .69

Metro North Federal Credit Union!' BONELESS Dew .. .- .. _--.;: ..
Plaintiff t I
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vsRonnie LIZ
E. Kllby ROAST .
Donald D. McKenzie, andLawr.nc. CHUCK {
,
H. Love
Defendants. III Ml 48Dt lSS3tl) 6.5 Oz. WiseNaturalSour .
Snow
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Fresh Green WhiteCAULIFLOWER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, Kenneth -
Etherldge, Sheriff of Bradford
County, Florida, under and by virtue of a )
Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out ) Cream & Onion BROCCOLI
of the above-entitled Court, In the
obov-styld com, have levied upon
the following property, situate, lying
and being In Bradford County, Florida Lb.RIDGIES Head99c
to-wit: 8ge
All of South V of Southwest 1/4 East
of Railway containing 34 acres, mar or
lets, also: West 7 acres out of Southwest
1/4 of Southeast 1/4, Section 10, C
Township 6 South Range 22 East, all lying l
West of Old Lawtey Road or more Bunch
particularly described as follows: Beginat
the Southwest corner of Southwest
corner of Southeast 1/4 of Section 10,
Township 6 South, Rang 22 East, run \
East 323 feet to Old lawtey Rood; thenceIn
a Northerly direction along Old wmm
Lawtey Road 1335 feet, more or less:
thence West 154 feet to West line of
Southwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of Sec-
tion 10 Township 6 South Rang 22
East: thane South along sold West line
18
ing 1320 7.01 feet acres to point, more of beginning.or less,lying Contain-West Creamy/Crunchy 64 Oz. Caps Pride 5 Oz 5 Ct. Biscuits 16 OzSOUR. Food LionCREAM

of Old Lawtey Road. All of above landsIn JIF PEANUT BUTTER tApP- E
JUICE BUTTER.ME.NOTS.
Section 10, Township 6 South Rang. ; ._ i
22 East and containing In all 41.01 acres,
more or less, as described In Official .
Records Book 97, page 1 of the current ;, ,

public Florida.as .records of BraH'sid; ; County $169.1 99c 5/$1/ su:... 99

the property of the abov-namd .
defendant, and that on the 30th day of SOUR
May 1989 Tuesday at two o'clock on CH E3>
CREAM
said day on the premises of the Bradford _.. _
County Sheriffs Office, I will offer for .' ,
sale and sell to the highest bidder for UULL"- --

cosh.,In as hand the property the abov-dscrlbed of the said defendant property -- 10 Oz. Chili 16 Oz. 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring i 1 Lb. QuartersTiAS

ecution., Ronnie Sol.E.will Kllby be subject to satisfy to said any existing ex PETE RICE _? INTERSTATE' POTATOES MARGARINE

liens.KENNETH ETHERIDGE, SHERIFFOF II C3Mi$ fanswr* SH3.s
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ; ;

4tchg Control 4/27-S/18 069 $ 1 I 1 : //9 9f 0

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'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH \\ ) :: 'v ':$. : : :
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRAD- :" T l': r l
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. : i"" j
CASE NO.89-53-CP _
FILE. NO.1-4047 .. ((1)1J@I1I.) _.._
IN RE: GUARDIANSHIPOF ,,....., "*.fi'tq ; .. -
ROY JAMES GILES.
Incornpet_. 22 Oz. Spray Starch tEASYOfJ
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 20 Lb. Bag -" 14 Oz. Can Assorted
: CLARA GAIL GILES I _
LEMON
YOU Address ARE Unknown.HEREBY NOTIFIED that a PURINA GRRRAVY II I KAL KAN DOG FOOD

Petition for Guardianship of the minor Makes a Thick& -
child. ROY JAMES GILES ha been filed Rich Gravy
In the obev*..tyld court. You are further 9ge J
t. .
notified that In sold action the Petitioner $599 f : 3/$1/
*are requesting that the Court appoint
child. them a* Guardians the minor

I You are required serve a copy of
; your written defen***, M any. to i
: Men on fie Plaintiffs attorney whae."'
nam and address to OARLA JEAN
'CHRISTOPHER Post Office Drawer 40. etc t c t t tiW yina; 001 LION
Work, Florida 3201. en or before May
9*. 1't9, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service
t en the Petitioners' 'or ImI : B B 00 J
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J 8 Depts.. 2 progr. tax tables 18 transaction totals. 2
1't refund operation types mode key& function key.
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t 110 w.can st. \ Shop the area's largest Casio Auto date advance.

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1 Casio Casio
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9 5 Electronic Calculator Model 116ER Two Departments
5 9 Portable Color
Model FR22155. 2 Color Printer. Reg. used 2 1/4"add tape. Regular$199.95

Each Desktop Printer $89.95 SALE
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Each 319' 95 RibbonsSMITH
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ESE Students Treated to Disney World... .

As a reward! for their' good behavior and good school work, the Exceptional
Student Education class and instructors at Southsiile Elementary f
was treated to a trip to Disney World last week
Making the trip, front row l-r, were: Kim Taylor Lisa Thornton
Tro'ls Etcht'nson, Kevin Taylor,Mack WIlliams,Atoya Blount,Christina
Hall, Melon Murwln, Heidi Jones.
Back How::Mae Hitch Billie Hayes Ulysses Woods Shaunotte Martin \
Ann Vanillver. Travis Tyrone Reed, James Caddie Ocarina Coleman I'I.
Tina (handler
Merchants and individuals donated money to the ESE Department at
Southslde Ele. to make the trip possible.






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.JJ. Eight of 720 students enrolled at
o8tter.' Bradford Middle School,or 1.11 per- I
6Cv: e e cent of the student body, earned {
II } OJ. straight-A's for the fourth six-weeks
"v".s i ::: Sao -es grading period that ended March 1.
Another 61 BMS students, or 8.47
k ll percent of the student body, earned .
all A's or B's for a place on the A-B
honor roll.
The eight straight-A students, In- j
., cluding just two 8th graders,one 7th
grader, and five sixth graders, are,
in the Game with PJ's" ,. by grade:

Eighth Grade...
South 964-7434 Visa Shena Burgess, daughter of Mr. I
3O1 and Mrs. John Burgess of Crystal
Starke M/C BMS Straight-A Students for 4th 6-Weeks... Lake.
Plaza Discover I The eight Bradford Middle School students who earnShena Burgess,and Cassandra Jarvis. Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and
Across from ed straight-A's for the fourth six-weeks grading period Standing In rear: Shannon Safer, Julie Ponder, Lake.Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton
Sawyer Gas & Appliance are l-r): Stacy Johnson, and Elise Sistrunk. I
Kneeling In front: Molly O'Neal. Jimmy Parado, Seventh Rrado___....
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TERWILLEGAR FORD p TERWILLEGAR FORD TERWILLEGAR FORD (* and Stacy Mrs.Johnson Carl Johnson, daughter of Starke.of Mr. I

Sixth Grade...
Cassandra Jarvis, daughter of y
.L ,- B.J. and Janie Jarvis of Starke. 3
Molly O'Neal, of Mrs. j 1
Maura O'Neal of Stare and Darrell
Z O'Neal of Starl-e j
yM Julie Poncier, daughter of Mrs. ;i
y .i.1ci' 1Rrt Linda Warner Starke and James ,i I
TF'.S't' a: t6setupArY. Ponder of Macclenny. i
Shannon Safer, daughter: of Mrs.
TTl Gena Safer of Starke and Sheldon I I
Safer. J
Elise Sistrunk. daughter of Mrs. 1
Trish Sistrunk of Starke. ";

The 61 A-B students include 27 1
eighth graders, 19 seventh graders, 1
and 15 sixth graders. They are, by
grade:

Eighth Grade... t

"- Angie Baldree, Emily Bradford, I
Buena Brewton, Abel Campbell,
Jason Canova, Ethan Caren,
Natashie Cohens, Kerl Craton, i(
James Crawford Eric DeSue,Aimie
Griffis, Angel Hammond, Mandy
Harris, Holly Hatcher, Pretina Hut- "j j
: chinson, Jeff Johns, Billy Kyle,
....., Byron Lee, Eric Mason,Erica Pfen-
niger Shaketa RaYtDonna Robbins,
Heather Sioms,
*- Kishana Spooner,Carlos Trent,Erin
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-" ... .-. Wilkinson.

Seventh Grade... Santa J
J, Barnes Willie Cohens, Estella Denton -
r Crystal Greer, Jeremy
r'r' ,... Hildebrand,Melanie Hinds,Bethany
': '. Lee, Justine Lee, Tera Matiyasic,
',," Yo ...,l .... Dana Newsome, Jason Padgett,
", .,".";o4 v, 1-\. ,<,' Amy Parrish, Smita Patel, Hetal
1 .,..-, ", Patel,Eric Smith,Charmil Spooner,
Serena Thornton, Kim Wilson, Dar-
rin Young.


Visit Our New Location U.S. 301 South, Sixth Amanda Grade.Adamson.. Tanya Anderson

,Robbie Bassett,LeAnn Carlton,
Across from KOA And Save Thousands on Melanie Heather Jeter Carter,Julie Shannon Loper Gilpin, Lisa,

King, Keri Packham, Erin Slack,
: Cars or Trucks This Weekend! Tract Heather Thomas Smith, Lindsay, Rosalyn: Walkup.Thomas, ,I


Spring Football
Ii 1988 Aerostar 1988 Mazda 322 SE 1986 F-150 LWB Practice Begins

AT "Six". Cloth 7 passenger spt. wheels, 4 Dr., 5 sp., air cassette 22,000 miles New Tires 4 Sp., Air, Cassette Spring football practice begins
red. Like New, Monday, May 1, for 20 days for the
$j j 888 $7,695 $6, 250 High.1989-90 varsity team at Bradford

Junior varsity and eighth graderswill
begin practice after school next
1984 Toyota SR 5 PU 1984 Honda DX Wgn 1986 Ranger Wednesday,May 3.
A physical examination is reqired
5 Sp., Air, Cassette, Mag wheels, sun roof 5 Sp., Air Cass., 58,000 miles, spt. V-6, 5 sp., Black Roll Bar before participating in football.
wheels, new Anyone who has not yet had a
3,45O tires 3 995 $ 2 995 physical may get one for $10 at 9
a.m.Saturday,April 29,at the officeof
Dr.Pete Gianas.

1986 Ranger XL 1987 Pont. Sunbird 87 Line. Town Car

Chrome sport wheels. tires, 5 sp., AT, Air, Blue Cloth Int., 4 Dr. Rosewood, velour Int., all the toys. Super Minority Recruiting
cassette, air tu-tone paint Clean Hard to Banquet Set May 13

$5,995 $4 650 Find! $14.966 the The Guy annual Andrews banquet sponsored Minority by
,
Recruiting Committee, is set at 7:30:
p.m. Saturday, May 13, in the National -
86 Chev. Celebrity 86 Dodge Omni 88 Line. Town Car Guard Armory at 720 Ed-
wards Road in south Starke.
, 4 Dr., tilt, cruise, Cass ,velour int., Super Won't Last Long! 4 Dr.. GLH Turbo 5 sp.. White Leather Int.. All the Toys Guest speaker will be Alton Yates,
r Clean! administrative aide for Community
; mm air spt. wheels
$ 995 cloth Int. /. in A '$w4* 495 I $17,688Terwillegar Jacksonville.The Affairs to Mayor. Tommy Hazouri of

affair promises to be a
memorable one, replete with a
special presentation of"Saving Our
Environment says Nova Bright,in
charge of publicity. Musical enter-
Motors tainment will be provided by soloists
Daisy Davis Alice Hudson,Georgia
McFadden Lots Moore,and Andrew
Carter with Willie Mae Randolph as
accompanist.Tickets .
964-7200 371-1096 388-FORD 473-FORD may be purchased from
any member of the committee of
Starke Keystone Heights
,
which Mary McCloud serves as
209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21 chairperson. For more information,
contact Mrs. McCloud or Dr.
McFadden at Andrews Center,
D SFCC,phone 9645382.r .

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4 Patients and nurses alike look forward vices like physical therapy.A Other team members include
to the HomeCare visit, accor- year ago Joyce was the first full physical therapist Dennis Turner
I ding to HomeCare nurse Joyce time nurse assigned to Bradford and home health aide Pat Coburn,
Parker, RN. "For most patients, County. She worked in Alachua LPN.
and for "us too, our visits highlightthe General Hospital's intensive care Andrea and Gayle are
day. and dialysis units. "homegrown". Andrea was born in
Home health care for Bradford
In November, Andrea Eaves Bradford County Hospital and grew
County residents is provided by a
doors from the
up just away
Waterhouse, RN, an emergency
local team from Santa Fe
is from Lawtey and
department for at hospital. Gayle
nurse seven years
HomeCare. HomeCare has four full
both in Bradford,
they grew up
Bradford and Alachua General
time nurses serving the Starke area. graduated from BHS, earned their
hospitals, joined Parker on SantaFeHomeCare's
"HomeCare nurses are case
Com-
nursing degree from Lake City
Bradford team.
managers," said Laura Waltrip, munity College and earned their
RN, HomeCare supervisor. "Nurses Gaye Shuford Nicula, RN, had Bachelor degree from North Floridain
provide essential care like monitor also worked for several years in Jacksonville last spring.They are
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Happy 92nd...
Santa Fe HomeCare nurses hosted a
.l birthday party for Ethel Celger

Faircloth,bottom right who
7) q celebrated 92 years on March 26.
) Attending the special birthday
and friend
party were family
Including great great grandchild
Danielle Yvonne Belcher.The fifth
generation child*the daughter of
I Terry and Zaaetta Belcher,all of r
Starke.Terry I*the on of Shirley 2lr
Celger and Danny Belcher.Shirley
Plans For The Road... I.the daughter of Randolph and T
Santa Fe HomeCare nurses are at home in their of- These nurses cover many miles each day checkingflee Wlona Celger.
I In Bradford Hospital. Nurses Joyce Parker, Gayle on and caring for their patients.
Nicula and Andrea Waterhouse plan their patient visits A HomeCare nurse Is available 21 hours u day, seven Mowland
Photos bv Kim
with supervisor Laura Waltrip. days a week at 864-6000 or 338-2187.

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community and their love of the people
are an asset. Many of their


! Buy A 1990 Model in-i-g89 "I Bradford HomeCare Andrea is a Hospital and family patients Gayle's patients.thing.love are of Gayle's former Bradford -


father, George Shuford retired from
the Bradford Hospital board of
directors in December. He served on
the hospital board from 1960 to 1988.

j Preview the All New All NewShort Box George hospital was remaining a strong supporter in an not-for.of the

profit status several years ago when
Extend Cab 4x4 county commissioners considered

Ge1 l Prix i m taking"Some control patients of the Gayle hospital.and I see to-

3/4 Ton day were our babysitters twenty
Preferred Equipment years ago and we love being able to
I Featuring: 4 to Choose From Group #3 care for them" said Andrea. Ethel
Faircloth (Granny Faircloth) is a
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... 16 Valve 4-Cyl EFI Engine Conditioning daughters, Elsie Ormond and Jean-
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AM/FM Cassette nette Alkire, babysat Andrea her
Power Steering, Power FoldlngRearSeat brothers and sister as well as staff
Spectrum Tilt Steering Wheel ing the nursery at First United
Brakes Power Locks Methodist Church.
Cruise ControlLocking
Joyce and husband, Jerry, are
Cruise Dlff. new to the Starke area. Jerry worksIn
"" AM/FM Cassette seasseses Locking Fuel Cap Jacksonville but the couple
-- Control a = Cargo Lamp prefers a smaller community. "We
I, :tt.: LT245BWPower love living in Bradford County, we
Windows have found the people to be so friendly -
," said Joyce. They have two
Tracker Hardtop GEO Tracker & GEO Spectrum Power Locks children, Danielle who attends
SN 417O Southside Elementary and is a
l Also In Stock Brownie Scout, and James who at-

tends New Beginnings.
Andrea and husband Jack, who
,
S__ As Low As $319 works for Griffin Industries, have a
.y $15.952 r/Mo." three-year-old daughter Carmen
Elise. They live in the Hamptonarea.
t Plus Tax .
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... : i iS works for duPont, have a twoyearold -
L i : 66 Mos. 11.9APR>> Tax&Tag WAC daughter,Laura.They live in the

Tax&Tag Down 48 Mos. 13.9%APR WAC Lawtey area.Referral .
Ni **Tax&Tag Down 60 Mos. 13.9%>>APR WAC to Santa Fe HomeCare Is
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SAYS "Get your car ready Problem Solving .;.
Tommy Faulk DeBorah Rothberg Danny Nugent Terry Blakesl.ee Seminar Set '.;

1980 C.10 SWB '76 Ford F-10O PU '86'Ford Bronco for summer" The North of the American Central FloridaChapter
... = -= Society for
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Two Torte, Dependable Long Wheel Base XLT Eddie Bauer Red/Tan 1" Mr Ooodwrench AIR I TM. Ooodwrench COOLING I Training and Development presents
"Problem with Decision-
Solving
loaded, low miles 4x4 I
Truck CONDITION CHECK UP I .. SYSTEM FLUSH I Making Control." The seminar will
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$ $299 $13 288 I I Il.i: I be held May 17 from 12 noon to 1:13
2 295 1 995 Q95 .95
Mo" I ILSF'... $1 I : N" $4a, I p.m. Cost (Including lunch) will be
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register call Eric Milch at-.

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'88 Port. Grand Am 86 F250 Ext. Cab ffmiiTennis
85 Buick Skylark - - .- - - -
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ESE Students Treated to Disney World... II
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As a reward for their good behavior and good school work the Excep
tlonal Student Education class and Instructors at Southslde Elementary: e 4r
was treated to a trip to Disney World last week. r _
Making/ the trip front row, l-r. were: Kim Taylor. Lisa Thornton
Troyiv tcl"'n'ton Kevin Taylor| Mack Williams. Atoya Blount.Christina
Hall, Helen Murwln. Heidi Jones.
Back How:Mae Hitch Billie Hayes Ulysses Woods Shaunette Martin
Ann Vandiver Travis Tyrone Reed, James Caddie Deanna Coleman
Tina ChandlerMerchants .
and individuals donated to the
money ESE Department at
Southside .:11'. to make the trip possible.






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.8 of 720 students enrolled at
\ p Bradford Middle School,or 1.11 per-
,\eao eg L COeter8 cent of the student body, earned
.G c" straight-A's for the fourth six-weeks
\ 811oJell grading period that ended March 1.
O.l'tll Another 61 BMS students, or 8.47
percent of the student body, earnedall
A's or B's for a place on the A-B
honor roll.
The eight straight-A students, In-
ft J cluding just two 8th graders,one 7th
grader, and five sixth graders, are,

"Stay in the Game with PJ's" ,. t ji J ; tmI by grade:

1 i Eighth Grade...
"
South Visa .1 d.. .J 12, ..7"+e' ","."'.J' tf' C*Y","""",-" I Shena Burgess, daughter of Mr.
301 964-7434 and Mrs. John Burgess of Crystal
M/C BMS Straight-A Students for 4th 6-Weeks... Lake.
Plaza Starke Discover Jimmy Parado, son of Mr. and
The eight Bradford Middle School students who
earnShena
Burgess, and Cassandra Jarvis
Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton
ed straight-A-s for the fourth six-weeks grading period Standing In rear: Shannon Safer, Julie Ponder, Lake.
Across from Sawyer Gas & Appliance are I-I'I II' Stacy Johnson, and Elise Sistrunk.
Kneeling in front: Molly O'Neal Jimmy Parado, Seventh Grade...

Q > TERWILLEGAR FORD-TERWILLEGAR FORD TERWILLEGAR FORD and Stacy Mrs.Johnson Carl Johnson, daughter of Starke.of Mr.


Sixth Grade...
Cassandra Jarvis, Daughter of
B.J. and Janie Jarvis of Starke.
Rti.r Molly O'Neal, daughter of Mrs.
Maura O'Neal of Starke and Darrell
O'Neal of Start-e
Julie Poncier, daughter of Mrs.
Linda Warn Starke and James
i TPT.V )Rf1 terusm Ponder of Macclenny.
Shannon Safer, daughter of Mrs.
8 Gena Safer of Starke and Sheldon
,.. t + --- _.) Safer.
!, v -4lit! tai i na
.. Elise Sistrunk) daughter of Mrs.
'M Trish Sistrunk of Starke.
l
i iTT The 61 A-B students include 27
eighth graders, 19 seventh graders,
and 15 sixth graders. They are, by
grade:

Eighth Grade...
h' Angle Baldree, Emily Bradford,
,. Buena Brewton, Abel Campbell,
Jason Canova, Ethan Caren,
iL' Natashie Cohens Keri Craton,
: James Crawford,Eric DeSue,Aimie
Griffis, Angel Hammond, Mandy
S Harris, Holly Hatcher, Pretina Hutchinson -
H Ht'S Jeff Johns, Billy Kyle,
Byron Lee,Eric Mason,Erica Pfen-
niger Shaketa RaYLDonna Robbins,
Heather Sioms,
Kishana Spooner Carlos Trent,Erin
Wilkinson.

Seventh Grade... Santa
Barnes, Willie Cohens, Estella Den-
ton, Crystal Greer, Jeremy
Hildebrand,Melanie Hinds,Bethany
.-"':- Lee, Justine Lee, Tera Matiyasic,
.... .- Dana Newsome, Jason ,
Padgett
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.. 1 '.,i, 'if _., Patel,Eric Smith,Charmil Spooner,
Serena Thornton, Kim Wilson, Dar-
tin Young.


Visit Our New Location U.S. 3O1 South, Sixth Amanda Grade.Adamson.. Tanya Anderson -

Robbie Bassett, LeAnn Carlton,

Across from KOA And Save Thousands on Melanie Heather Jeter Carter, ,Julie Shannon Loper Gilpin, Lisa,

King, Keri Packham, Erin Slack,

: Cars or Trucks This Weekend! Tract Heather Thomas Smith, Lii, Rosalyn..:jsay Walkup.Thomas,

Spring Football

1988 Aerostar 1988 Mazda 322 SE 1986 F-150 LWB Practice Begins

AT 'Six", Cloth 7 passenger.. spt. wheels 4 Dr., 5 sp., air, cassette 22,000 miles New Tires 4 Sp., Air, Cassette Spring football practice begins
red. Like New. Monday, May 1, for 20 days for the

$11 888 *7,695 $6, 250 High.1989-90 varsity team at Bradford

Junior varsity and eighth graderswill
begin practice after school next
1984 Toyota SR 5 PU 1984 Honda DX Wgn 1986 Ranger Wednesday, May 3.
A physical examination Is reqired
5 Sp., Air, Cassette, Mag wheels, sun roof 5 Sp..Air Cass., 58.000 miles, spt. V-6 5 sp., Black- Roll Bar before participating in football.
wheels Anyone who has not yet had a
tires
new $ physical may get one for $10 at 9
$3 450 3 995 $2 995
a.m.Saturday,April 29,at the officeof
Dr. Pete Gianas.

1986 Ranger XL 1987 Pont. Sunbird 87 Line. Town Car

Chrome sport wheels. tires, 5 sp., AT Air Blue Cloth Int.. 4 Dr. Rosewood, velour Int., all the toys. Super Minority Recruiting
cassette, air. tu-tone paint Clean Hard to Banquet Set May 13

Find! The annual banquet sponsored by
S5.995 S4.65O $14,966 the Guy Andrews Minority
Recruiting Committee, is set at 7:30
p.m. Saturday, May 13, in the National -
86 Chev. Celebrity 86 Dodge Omni 88 Line. Town Car Guard Armory at 720 Ed-
wards Road In south Starke.
4 Dr., tilt, cruise, cass. velour Int.. Super Won't Last Long! 4 Dr.. GUI Turbo 5 sp., White Leather Int.. All the Toys Guest speaker will be Alton Yates,

; clean! $5 Bp 995 cloth air. spt.int.wheels? u .$A jm f*. mm I $17,688 Jacksonville.The Affairs administrative to Mayor. aide Tommy for Community Hazouri of

affair promises to be a
memorable one, replete with a
special presentation of"Saving Our
Environment Nova Bright,In
charge of publicity. Musical enter
tainment will be provided by soloists
Terwillegar Motors Daisy Davis Alice Hudson,Georgia
McFadden.Lois Moore,and Andrew
Carter with Willie Mae Randolph as
accompanist.
964-7200 371.1096 388-FORD 473-FORD Tickets may be purchased from
any member of the committee of
Starke Keystone Heights .which Mary McCloud serves as

209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville, State Road 21TERWILLEGAF chairperson. For more information, .
contact Mrs. McCloud or Dr"
McFadden at Andrews Center,
PORDTERWlLLEGAR FORD TERWILLEGAR FORD SFCC phone 964S382.r .







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and nurses alike look for- vices like physical therapy.A Other team members include
ward to the HomeCare visit, according year ago Joyce was the first full physical therapist Dennis Turner
to HomeCare nurse Joyce time nurse assigned to Bradford and home health aide Pat Coburn,
Parker, RN. "For most patients, County She worked in Alachua LPN.
and for "us too, our visits highlightthe General Hospital's intensive care Andrea and Gayle are L
day. and dialysis units. "homegrown". Andrea was born in
Home health care for Bradford V
In Andrea Bradford County Hospital and grew
November, Eaves
County residents is provided by a t.
up just doors away from the .
Waterhouse, RN, an emergency '44't
local team from SantaFe
department nurse for seven years at hospital. Gayle is from Lawtey and s
HomeCare. HomeCare has four full
both in Bradford,
they grew up
Bradford and Alachua General
time nurses serving the Starke area. hospitals, joined Parker on Santal"eHomeCare's graduated from BUS, earned their 4 r 'sit
"HomeCare nurses are case
nursing degree from Lake City Com
Bradford team. } :a rr
managers, said Laura Waltrip, munity College and earned their JE y0.
RN, HomeCare supervisor. "Nurses Gaye Shuford Nicula, RN, had Bachelor degree from North Floridain y J
provide essential care like monitoring also worked for several years in Jacksonville last spring.They are r
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Happy 92nd...
Santa Fe HomeCare nurses hosted a i
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birthday party for Ethel Celger
y. Falrcloth,bottom right who
celebrated 92 years on March 20.
Attending the ipeclal birthday
party were family and friend
Including great great grandchild
Danielle Yvonne Belcher.The fifth

I generation child U the daughter of
Terry and Zatette Belcher,all ol r
Starke.Terry.U the on of Shirley
Geiger and Danny Belcher.Shirley
Plans For The Road... U the daughter of Randolph and
Santa Fe HomeCare nurses are at home In their ol- These nurses cover many miles each day checking Wlona Celger.
t flee in Bradford Hospital. Nurses Joyce Parker, Gayle on and caring for their patients.
Nicula and Andrea Waterhouse plan their patient visits A HomeCare nurse Is available 21 hours a day,seven
Photos bv Kim Mowtcind
with supervisor Laura Waltrip. days a week at 864-6000 or 338-2187. Y N.tn

" community and their love of the{people -
are an asset. Many of their


Buy A 199O Model in-in.989 Bradford HomeCare Andrea is a Hospital and family patients Gayle's patients.thing.love are of Cayle's former Bradford


father,George Shuford retired from
the Bradford Hospital board of
directors in December. He served on
the hospital board from 1960 to I'J88

Preview the All NewPrizmS All New Short Box George hospital was remaining a strong supporter in an not-for-of the

profit status several years ago when
Extend Cab 4x4 county commissioners considered
; taking control of the hospital.
Gem "Some patients Gayleand I see today

3/4 Ton were our babysitters twenty
I Preferred Equipment years ago and we love being able to
Featuring: 4 to Choose From Group #3 care for them," said Andrea. Ethel
i Faircloth (Granny Kaircloth) Is a
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16 Valve 4-Cyl EFI Engine Conditioning daughters, Elsie Ormond and Jeannette -
AM/FM Cassette Alkire, babysat Andrea, her
, Power Steering Power Folding brothers and sister as well as staffing
RearWheel
Spectrum Tilt t the nursery at First United

?l Brakes, Power Locks, Cruise Control Methodist Joyce and Church.husband, Jerry, are

Locking Diff.V new to the Starke area.Jerry worksIn
AM/FM Cassette Cruise "*"* .!>ty
J Fuel
V aar.c!saa Locking Cap Jacksonville but the couple
" Control Cargo Lamp prefers a smaller community. "We
,.Y' LT245BWPower love living in Bradford County, we
: Windows have found the people to be so friendly -
," said Joyce. They have two
Power Locks) children, Danielle who attends
Tracker Hardtop GEO Tracker & GEO Spectrum
SN417O Southside Elementary and is a
Also In Stock Brownie Scout, and James who attends

I New Beginnings.
Andrea and husband Jack, who
I y -- As Low As $319 works for Griffin Industries, have a

1 $15.952 .* three-year-old daughter, Carmen
[ Elise. They live in the Hampton.
+ Plus Tax area
Gayle and husband Perry, who
works for duPont, have a twoyearold -
-I1 d J 66 Mos. 1 1.9%APR Tax:&:Tag WAC daughter,Laura.They live in the
Tax&:Tag Down 48 Mos. 13.9 APR WAC Lawtey area.Referral .
r .*Tax&Tag Down 60 Mos. 13.9 APR WAC to Santa Fe HomeCare is
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r.nr.P through your family physician.
__ service is available in the surrounding
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4- SAYS "Get your car ready Problem Solving -i;

Tommy FaulkOeBorah Rothberg Danny Nugent Terry Clakeslee Seminar Set '_<
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1980 C-1O SWB 76 Ford F-1OO PU 88'Ford Bronco for summer". .. The North of the Amerl..an Central Society FloridaChapter fdt r
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XLT Eddie Bauer, Red/Tan, r Training and Development presents
Two Tortfe, Dependable Long Wheel Base Mr. Goodwrvnch AIR I Mr. Goodwronch COOLING I
"Problem Solving with Dectslon-,
loaded, low miles 4x4 I 1
Truck CONDITION CHECK UP t, SYSTEM FLUSH I Making Control." The seminar will
$ 2295 $1 $299 $13 288 I : I,Part= I II be held May 17 from 12 noon to l!IS .
995 Mo." I lASSI $1| Q95 II _' $4495CoiDO I II p.m. Cost (including lunch) will be
I I- Coupon oood through Awn I'W9 .. I onotl' through"orit I1B9 .. $7 for members, $10 for' non-
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Eurosport, Family Car, .350,V-8. AT, AC PSPB Tahoe Blazer, V-6. AT, II Mr. Qoodwranch 5 ENGINE III; Mr. Goodwrcnch BRAKE II problem-solving when working with
V-6. AT,AC Loaded CL 1W. Work Truck AC PW, PB,Tilt, Cruise I TUNE SPECIAL OVERHAUL. others. -
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register call Eric at-.
$169 $ CMo 995 $219* $ 7,995$269. $ O Sy 875 : eyl 4c"11og' sly $4995 I : IncludM.Ind KMOfB turning'4.w d'."".,..:$ 5995:i 338-2188 by May 12. .
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'88 Pon. Grand Am 86 F250 Ext. Cab _
85 Buick Skylark rXLT - -

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Car Alum. Whls. Sharp Car PS PB. PW PL I FILTER SERVICE SPECIAL I nol....nd 95 I I
MOST I boo $49' I II II
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Zoners Deny RequestFor


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Buster Rahn Mini-Warehouse Unit
Michael A. Kane had requestedthe
BCT Staff Writer rezoning of 1.12 acres located 1.5 Block
Located 1 Traffic
past Lighton
The Bradford County Board of Ad- miles north of Starke on US.301, for
justment turned down a request by the location of a motorcycle repair Hwy 26 in Melrose
Thomas and Cathy Perryman for a ssm is ssm
special exception to allow "shredd Chairman: Rick Replogle
ed" tires to be stored in a barrow pit presented Assistant Zoning Director 1O% Buyers Premium i iS MSi i iWinnDixie
on Speedville Road near Keystone Janet Turner a plaque for her 15
Heights in its regular meeting Tues of dedicated service to the
day night April 25. years Zoning Board. Auctioneer Col. Bill Lewis (FL #330))
The overflow crowd of residents Ms. Turner is retiring, effective PUBLIC IS INVITED!
from the SE section of the county tomorrow, Friday, April 28.
filled the city council conferenceroom
and spilled into the lobby,
some 65-70 strong. A number of the
residents, including Harold Hill,
dean of many environmental bat
tles voiced opposition to the proposal
.
Perryman said an existing barrow .
pit on his property lends itself to the
storage of tires cut into eight sec- ;;;,;
tions, and covered with soil, to be ..
"mined" and sold at a later time. ,
The project is based on DER
(Department of Environmental aa;

Regulation) guidelines, and is a t ./ '',i-f
legal use of the land. Perryman told J 1\"
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN DIXIE LOCATION:: : G'0
the group. "No other materials will STARKE .t\N
go into the storage area, nor will 470 WEST MADISON STREET t\l'h .
there be any grinding or cutting

done Frank in the Sires area., president" of Ashland 6 9 YOUNGNTENDER

Industries, the company wanting to I t S E t 0 GRADE: 'A'WHOLE
lease the site from Perryman, said asy
the only activity in the area is one or
two trucks a day bringing in cut-up '
tires, and a bulldozer on site to cover
the tires. The existing hole will be
filled, and tires stacked to 12 feet ; S ee H ow
above the ground, and covered. In : ,", FRYERS
3-5 years the tires will be excavatedand
delivered to area customers for
use as a fuel. '
Each discarded tire yields two Much You'llI
quarts of oil when burned.. .
Sires said the discarded tires cost
nothing to acquire, but transportingand r"
storing them for years
represents a sizable Investment.
Ashland plans to store 60,000 cubic 1g'p Save When
yards of materials (tires) in the I
'sugar sand" of the ridge area. .. -
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Although not required by DER,
Sires says his firm will monitor '
ground water with monitoring wells, ta il'U U Our LB'
but he does not plan to install a linerin U se QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS
the bottom of the pit Sires said t
there will be no mosquitos connected .
with the tire storage, since one- J. \ U
eighth tires cannot hold water, and U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' SKINLESS BONELESS

further more, the tires will be M easu rl FRYER BREAST . LB398
covered with soil -.4.j n9
He will be providing a service for :
county residents, Sires said. ;

solid Darrell waste O'Neal director, Bradford, said Florida County td:
Statutes prohibit putting discarded &
tires in landfills after July 1 of this .. __,4. Ii ape .
year, requiring some type of 't 5Pc. CoordiuUd AccworlM
disposal other than county landfills. 'i" D Plneo J, 9/ Also Av.JI.blt...
,
Sitting SM Ston Dbpliy For Detail.
The Opposition... y The surest way to measure your savings Only "w Start Your Collection TYxUy!

A resident that identified himself \ rs-tcf'shop Winn-Dixie, because'we have ;-- ,
only as "Daniels," exhibited a peti- ylow prices day. We know that If /
tion with 114 names opposing the every you 1
rezoning of the parcel. Daniels saida 'could get a better value someplace else, I

county borrow is being pit in used the SE as end a garbage of the ( ? you would. So, when we say low prices"; ; ., '

dump, and the county landfill is ... we mean It. Check your cash register tape, ,, I
located at the north end of the area. ilitljfY'F.) and ID
"We don't need anything else." ..... (:XO's.XF: 'Rt see for yourself. Our proof Is on T- ---,,
Daniels said the keystone Heights ', paper. You're going to see the difference '
Golf and Country Club has purchased at Wlnn-Dlxle. _
the site to -
64 additional acres near = -
build another nine golf holes.
"Don't kill this part of the
county..don't kill the golf course,"
pleaded Daniels.
Harold Hill, a resident of Santa Fe EVERYDAY
Lake read a lengthy prepared state- EVERypO'Y ,! pow pRlcE 0
ment, in which he questioned the en- W pa
vironmental impact of the tire
storage, saying "don't depend on
DER to protect our interests."
1
Hill said the Ferryman application -
stated the used tires will be
trucked in from Hillsborough and
Duval Counties, although Sires said sP
there is no plan to transport tires HORMEL I I E
from the Tampa area. Hill said the CHOPPED I
Perryman borrow pit will hold tires
from Bradford County for 314 years, HAM
but will be filled in less than 3 years
with tires from the two large coun- I
$177 I / I
ties.While several individuals spoke in I -

opposition to the request, two per- LB.
sons representing Clay County and .
Keystone Heights asked the board to
table the request for 30 days, giving .".' REAL PIT COOKED i
to the '. BARBECUE WHOLE
study
them an opportunity
matter,and its impact on their areas & ,rBARBECUECFIICKENii'
of concern. The county line is 1.3 -
miles from the barrow pit. S '
,
: '
When everyone had been heard WI EVERYDAY LOW FMICIS'
that wanted to speak, Chairman 2 iii NATURAL LIGHT or .vE--"fKDOAUY"NLOTRW'y
Dick Graham called for a motion. FOR r 1 BUSCH IIC'COEO'K'IH KEG OW
Board Member Morris Starling HEINZKETCHUP
moved to table the request until the /' BEER
next regular meeting,but the motion .: : ,1!DDD CHARCOAL
died for lack of a second. r
Robert Scott moved to deny the re +
"FRESH BAKED"APPLE '
quest, and received a second from 120PK.S"38 $
Starling. The motion to deny the re- $158 rt $119
quest was approved 3-0,a quorum of PIE 7 32-OZ.
,the S-inenfcer board. BTL.
When asked to state a reason for REOUIA*or LIGHT IN ML SMOOTH or CRUNCHY'
his motion to deny the request, Scott 'I 2 9 SUITCASE BUMBLE BEE $162 PETER PANPEANUT
has number of bor- 1 12KW9O 694i
said the county a $2 .. Itu. $1
OLD MILWAUKEE &B SOLID WHITE TUNA.
row pits, and "If we deal with this 8-IN. u. U BUTTER Slit
one now, we won't have to do it SIZE
again." WHEN YOU. HAVE. .MORE.. ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES.
-- '''
said he will file again. ALL VARIETIES :
Perryman T; 4-BLADE WITH LIGHT KIT
Sires said his firm will look "OEU '''ESH'' HAM TURKEY PEPSI EVERYDAY e. A _
elsewhere for a site. ROAST LDw pp1CE m- CEILING

I .. Cor!'. Request... SANDWICHES BEEFfl79 u 1 COLA AIM :TOOTHPASTE-cfe B** FAN

Howard R.' Corl requested a FAMILY PACK IMCLUDES SLAB RIBS LB. tART '
special exception to locate a TV POTATO SALAD, LB. SLAW LOAF FRENCH v1 CONTROL $ $ 88
cable tower on 5 acres of land near y ,
Brooker to service cable customer SPARERIB $999 2-LTR. 4.6-OX.
la the Brooker area BTL. TUBE EA. .
; to the DINNER . .. I* .
: There was DO opposition re- .
l NaHORN Dt000aANTlSCENTED.r I'OWDEI""IIH NORMAL EXTRA BODY,
f The Board of adjustment approved COLBY $ CRACK GOOD DRY or OILYPERT
PUffED BAN PLUSSHAMPOO.
Corl'a petition,with the usual, requirements CHEESE. . 'MAlI 9ge '2 $274 $313

to landacaape and fence u. CHEESE>: CURLS & ROLL-ON .'. .'. . 1JL fit
: the property,,respond to complaints
about television Interference within
90.days. ,and keep the area clean.


I The Zoning Bradford Board..County. '. Zoning, EVERYDAY$ LOW* LOW! PRICES

r' Board, but had tabled a ingle the request item on until Its agenda wotbecauM ; ; :

t m ntb. the petiUooer.did,
.J10ip3taod the m athut.

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SUN RENTALS Finals in Traffic Court

j
RENTTOOWN The following defendants appeared Criminal Court April 18. Final
y- no contest driving while license Barnes pled no contest fail to
before Judge George H. disposition is as follows. (DWLS); fined $120.25. maintain proof of Insurance: provided -
Pierce in Bradford! County Traffic Christopher Lamar Mosley pled Kenneth dismissed.{
TV's STEREO'S VCR's APPLIANCES Lamar Perry pled no con- proof of Insurance,
test DWLS; provided valid licnese. Gary Wayne Sutton pled no con-
FURNITURE SAFETY ordered to pay $52 court costs. test DWLS; $52 court costs.
FIRST! Brian Scott Hudson pled guilty ex- Robert A. Baggett pled guilty
[po "'" 'of tb4 .a nd i'1: n .;; A I t .:! 'I Our Fitness Program features pired tag; ten days in jail, costs DWLS; fined 12025.
fwashef:c'd"Y.):' ff: daJ: to'i; 1I1Y'' $20. $; pe. w..k ; I and that waived. David Lee Green pled guilty no
equipment layout were Thomas L.Darling pled no contest valid driver's license (NVDL);fined
No Credit Checks Same Day Delivery specifically selected for DWLS; ordered to pay $52 court $120.25.
USER SAFETY costs. Pamela Denise Nettles Griffis pied -
No Down Payment Full 11/2 Yr.Parts&Labor Our Instructors arc always presentto Lisa Susan Odoms pled not guilty guilty NVDL; fined $120.25.
No Long Term Obligation Friendly Service assure safe use of all facilities. DWLS; has valid license, case Clarence Earl Canipe pled guilty
dismissed. driving under Influence (DUD j; fin-
THE BEST DEALS UNDER THE SUN PHYSICAL THERAPYOF Albert Eugene Barnes,Jr. pled no ed $437.50, license suspended six
1363S.WaJnutSt. contest DWLS; provided valid months,attend DUI school, 50 hours
f\f A -f\t\Kn STARKE licnese, $52 court costs. community work, Tri County super-
Wal Mart Plaza 45O W. Madison 964-3778 Barnes pled no contest careless
driving; fined $52. See Page 12B

-". IIIIIl Soil and WaterConservation


Week Apr. 30-May 7

Fletcher Stephens, district conser-
vationist the the Soil Conservation
,s CHIC Service, urges local churches, civic
QUANTITY RIGHTS organizations and individuals
to
join
BE F RESERVEDPRICES
-....-.. NCCYt111. ,. in the nationwide observance of Soil
\ n- .S
4 Water Stewardship Week, April 30
GOODTHURS.WED. through May 7.
.. "The purpose of this special obser-
APRIL 27-MAY 3, 1989 vance is to emphasize everyone'srole
In protecting soil and water
resources for future generations,"
Stephens said. "The local district is
providing literature that highlightsour
WHOLE UNTRIMMED responsibility as stewards to our
nation's irreplaceable soil and water
WHOLE or RIB HALF 8-11 LB. AVG.SIRLOIN. resources."
Joe Reichert, chairman of the
Bradford Soil&Water Conservation
PORK HARVEST FRESH
District says, "Our farmers and
ranchers know the Importance of
passing on well-cared-for natural
resources for future generations,
LOIN TIPS STRAWBERRIESSTORE
which sustain must life."have productive soil to

h Soil and Water Week
Stewardship

has 1955 been as a observed method to nationally emphasize since the

basic importance soil and of water good resources stewardship,using of

It $ $ the theme, "Renewing the Living
3$199 Earth". This information is
distributed by the Bradford Conservation
$17 $1g7 District and may be obtainedby
HOURS calling or visiting the district office
in the Agricultural Building at
8 A.M. 2266 N. Temple Ave. in Starke,
LB. TIL LB. phone 964-6280, ext. 249.Servicemen..


11 P.M._ Joel StaknakerOn .


SELECT LEAN LOIN HALF SLICED FREE W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEF 4 VARIETIES ASHEIVS GOURMET (IN THE DELI) Submarine Duty
LOIN $1 157 BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP ROAST -2" POUND CAKE $E.*34'
PORK . LB. . Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class JoelG.
Stalnaker, son of Ella Stalnakerof i
Starke,recently reported for duty
SELECT LEAN PORK aboard the fleet ballistic missile sub-
BOSTON BUTT W-O REGULAR HICKORY SWEET marine USS Woodrow Wilson,
#.c PORK BFROALONGKSNoAr 9979e BONELESSHAMS homeported in Charleston, S.C.
_
/r . PAG A 1981 graduate of Bradford High
Co"' '1" ROAST School, he joined the Navy in July,
<.-'> MADISON BRAND
: : CHICKEN FRANKS VR: 1981.Amn.
Fitts
.
Jeffrey
.
$199
,
'. $137 1f
MADISON !59' Completes Course ,

tf LB. I / CORN;DOGS .sJ.<1"iru.3 ''; "sW : :La....,.") t Navy! Airman'Apprentlce'le'ffrey, : "Ids,;,t 'r
SELECT LEAN W-O BRAND! US."CHOICE BEEP A.Fitts,son of David LV:Fitts"Sr.,of
PORK ,i SELECT 3Vt LBS.LEAN A DOWN MEATY BONELESS SIRLOIN $967: Melrose, has completed an Aviation

tDLe$980 k TIP STEAK . Structural Mechanic, Safety Equip-
RIBLETS . . sox i" PORKSPARERIBS La ment Course.
CHOICE BEEF During the nine-weekj course at
BACON ENDS BONELESS TOP $Q77 the Naval Air Technical Training

& PIECES . HI. $159 STEAK flWD State Center im Millington, Tenn., Fitts
lOX 7 SIRLOIN n < Community was trained in the inspection,
BRAND UL CHOICC! BEEP LEAN Bank maintenance and aircraft
W-D COOKED $15 GROUND ROUND or $437 ........ooc frames, exteriors, ejection, air cir-

HAM . . 1201PKG.. $259 LB. CHOPPED SIRLOIN u t culation 1988 and graduate pressurization of Keystone systems.A .

---- HARVEST Heights High School, he joined the
Navy in August, 1988.
,,. EVERYDAY EVEayOAY
,,Dw PRICE uow FRESH Amn. Sanja Alvarez

Graduates AF Course

PRODUCE Airman Sanja M. Alvarez has t
graduated from the U.S. Air Force
WHITE or PINK personnel specialist course at
SURERBRAlSlpiv'XG'NApE" 1 1 FLORIDAI Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.
v" Alvarez is the daughter of AgnesM.
I GRAPEFRUIT Brooke and stepdaughter of
LARGE EGGS .::;:. Robert R. Brooke of Lake Butler.
v B Her father, Leamen E. Alvarez and
$1 'J8 stepmother{ Janice Alvarez, also
reside in Lake Butler. She is a 1987
.i graduate of Union County High
School in Lake Butler.

su-/ Pvt. Matthew Rhoden

LLIr o HARVEST FRESH Graduates Radio

!e ;EL __ ..h.. CABBAGE CoursePvt.. Matthew D. Rhoden has

; ':, ", "" graduated from the U.S. Army
'
: single channel radio
190
rl operator course at Ft. Gordon, Ga.
;IVIHYDAY,LOW "RICIS', MILD COLBY, MILD CHEDDAR MUENSTER or ALL PLAVORS ."I Soldiers were trained to install,
.
MONTEREY JACKSUPERBRAND PRESTIGE LB.THRIFTYMAID and
$278 operate perform operator
"
$"fl19 ICE CREAM maintenance on tactical
t.. II II II
BAKEDBEANS STICK CHEESE. SIZE I VINNIE'S SEASONS FIRST radioteletype sets and associated
power generating equipment.
8ge' VIDALIAZ
TROPICANA LS PIZZAS . . 'WE I :' Rhoden Is the son of Keith and
1\\ ONIONS Leslie Harper of Keystone His.He is
(0L $169 ALL VARIETIES EXCLUDING VEAL PARMIOIANA, ..y\ \ /
C ORANGE JUiCE.SIZE MACAROM N CHCCSE.LASAGNA and SLICED (I\ \ a 1988 graduate of Keystone Hts.

1o 9 9 BEEF : .. .... C High School.
CANS CHOC 0 CHARM 99 BANQUET $168 10 LCCC Offers Free
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ENTREES
DRINK II II UL II II LB. Tuition to 89
LAND! O LAKESMARGARINE
Grads in Summer
DEEP SOUTH 47C 2 $105 THRIFTY MAID 2 $ fl09 I ELITE $108 Lake City Community College is ='il'1
SQUEEZE MUSTARD IS QUARTERS. A& STEAK FRIES 83 MUSHROOMS. tit I currently accepting applicationsfrom Ai 1
high school seniors for a '1
WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD_PURCHASES FREE.HEADLESS REGULAR48 special summer program designedto .
SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY 71/90-CT. HI. I give qualified students a tuition- ':
POTATOES .
FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 'J EA c free head start on required college 1
WHITESHRIMP SEAFOOD '
preparatory English, Reading and
CONVENIENCE. AND LOW PRICES o ..,..., ''VI Math Courses.
I SALAD 19 -.t.., .{' Nature Interested students should contact ::

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RED DELICIOUS FISHERMAN'S S399 5191 Produce missions, at Lake City Community
Winn-Dixie College,752-1822 ext. 288. .
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News Briefs _.

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Take A Ride Out To ........ Hampton Man Dies ed on his own recognizance. at his The stolen property was was told someone ws trying to sell a
In Truck AccidentA first appearance. recovered, said King. Smith and Wesson .38 caliber han
dgun. Deputy King made contact
NORMAN'SSTRAWBERRY 19-year-old Hampton man was Minor Two Men ArrestedFor with Kricher who stated that he hada
Injuries
killed when the pickup truck he was gun that he had acquired from a
PATCH ) driving wrecked on Meng Dairy Minor DamagesIn StealingTwo person but later found out the
.
Road late Monday evening. Bus AccidentNo Starke men were arrested firearm was stolen and he wanted to
Hwy 301 North Kenneth Wayne Shealey was dead April 22 and charged with stealing sell it to get rid of it. Kricher had the
... when Rescue arrived at the accident serious injuries and only minor household items from a storage shed weapon under the front seat of his
((3 Mi. Outside City Limits) scene at 10:05: p.m., according to damage resulted from a school bus earlier this month. vehicle on the floorboard concealed.The .
Paramedics Bill O'Neal and Jerral being struck in the rear last Friday. Harold R. Foster 37 833% MW pistol had the serial number fil-
Weekend Johnson. The 1977 Chevrolet traveling Several students were taken to Madison St. and William A. Gwinn. ed off the butt of the gun which
Special ------- truck driven by Shealey was Bradford Hospital for minor injuries 33, 831 W. Madison St. were charged Kricher admitted to having done,
west on 34th, two miles east of April 21 after the school bus they with dealing in stolen property, ac- said King. The investigation is conti-
i Hampton. The vehicle was ap- were riding In was struck at 12:30 cording to Deputy Barry King. nuing to determine if the weapon is
Srawberrie5 parently exceeding the speed limit, p.m. by another school bus, according Foster is also charged with grand stolen.
according to Trooper Donald Dean. to Patrolman M. T. Short. theft and burglary said King. Total bond was set at $1,500,
The driver lost control, the vehicle All resources were utilized, in- The two men were attempting to Kricher was released on his own
.1.-is. >' rotated clockwise,entered the ditch, cluding Squad Five and the back-up sell a coffee pot, glassware, a recognizance.
:, .:. : .: struck the embankment with the left unit, according to Director of fireplace set and steel cookware at
..' '. ;. front, then started to roll. Shealeywas Emergency Services Cliff Chapman. the Step Saver last Saturday, all of Starke ManCharged
". -, :...".:. $600" ejected through the right side "Every thing went very smooth with which were reported stolen earlier In RobberyA
-. : Via. window onto the ground.The vehicle everyone working together. Of from a storage shed on Madison St.
'. rolled l'/j times coming to rest on it's course we are thankful the injurieswere belonging to Curtis Sanders. 29-year-old Starke man has been
; : top with the driver pinned not serious" said Chapman.The Bond for the dealing in stolen pro- charged with the robbery of the Handy -
-- : Watch 'Em Pick 'Em underneath, said Dean. two buses were travelling: perty charge was set at$500. Gwinn Way Food Store on East Madison
Shealey did not have a driver's west on Washington St., said Short. was released on his own St.Raymond
Mustard license, according to the report. One bus stopped for the intersectionat recognizance at his first ap- Pernell Tyson was Iden-
All Kinds of
Homicide Investigator was Orange, the second bus failed to pearance.Total bond for Foster was tified by the store clerk as the man
Turnips & Collard Other Farm Trooper T. C. Pace. stop and struck the first bus in the set at$3,500, he remains In custody who robbed her April 20, accordingto
rear, according to Officer Short. Patrolman Mack Short. Tyson
Greens$1.00b FreshVegetables Boy Struck on Bike Driver of the second bus said she Starke Man Charged allegedly entered the store with a
firearm and demanded cash from
was looking at oncoming traffic and
Truck Driver ArrestedAn failed to see the stopped bus.Driver, With Stealing TiresTwo the clerk. He escaped with an
eight-year-old Starke boy was Gail Clark Austin, was cited for tires and rims (black wall undetermined amount of money,
Available struck Monday afternoon by a following too closely said Short. dual wheels)stolen from a residenceon said Short. Tyson was later iden-
pickup truck while riding his bike on Total damage to tI1e vehicles was S. Walnut Street in Starke have tified from a photo lineup.
Cherry St.James listed at $300. been recovered and the suspect in Tyson was charged with armed
Griffis received minor in- the theft has been charged. robbery, aggravated assault with
juries when he was struck as he rode Two Men ArrestedFor George Washington Early, aka bond set at$30,000 cash only.He was
his bicycle into the path of the truck. Buck Frazier, was arrested April 26 additionally charged on a capias
BurglaryTwo with sale and delivery of cocaine and
He was transported by Rescue to after he was identified as the person
Bradford Hospital where he was Lawtey man stopped on a who sold the tires and rims, according possession of cocaine, according to
treated and released, according to stolen motorcycle resulted in their to Patrolman M. T. Short. He Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Tyson remains
I. Paramedics Bill O'Neal and Jerral arrests and solved a burglary. has been charged with grand theft. in custody of the county Jail.
; Johnson. Chief M. M. Jordan stopped The tires and rims,valued at$340 Food Store RobbedNo
While the driver of the vehicle was Joseph Dewayne McDaniel and Ken- were stolen from the bed of a Ford
}\ not at fault, he fled the scene, accor- neth Wayne Howard April 18. truck at 1670 S. Walnut St. April 20( ArrestsNo

a t h .,..."-. ding to Patrolman Gordon Smith. McDaniel was charged with driving according to Short. The victim arrests have been made in the
: .
.., '..... J ,J'J... Despite conflicting witness while license suspended. It was later located the stolen property at TedCurtis' Saturday robbery of an undisclosed
Junk Yard in
FOR NO OOW" testimony, good police work by learned they were in possession of a Hampton April amount of money from the Handy.
MONE"I: ::-:::::; -"., several officers and prompt action motorcycle stolen in Orange County.' 25, returned to Starke and reportedto Way Food Store at SR-16& CR233.
the Curtis said he had
Wr. -- led to the apprehension of the driver, The two men were interviewed by police. About 9:30: p.m.April 22 two black
.:, 7'J.7:' Benjamin Franklin Brown. Deputy Barry King and they admit- bought the tires from Frazier for$10 males entered the store, according
Brown, 33, of 1450 S. Walnut St. ted they had burglarized an apart- each,according to the report.A war- to the clerk. One of the men was
DOES YOUR ELECTRIC BILL HAVE YOU IN HOT rant issued for Frazier aka Ear-
and his pickup were located at 3:29: ment in Lawtey around midnight. was wearing a red T-shirt pulled onto his
WATER? SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS SAVINGS p.m. just off US-301 south, accordingto Taken from the apartment was a ly and he was arrested and charged.He face and displayed a pistol, according
Patrolman William Brown. An at- remains in the custody of the to Deputy Danny Thrift.The
CAN MAKE YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT! stereo, liquor, clothing, tools and county Jail.Attempt. second
30"AlW"j'v'v/ 1TA"DADO tempt had been made to disguise the fishing equipment, said King. man demanded money. They
,WAf ERz 7 vehicle. Howard and McDaniel were ar- To Sell Gun then fled in a dark colored two-door
Hedges HEATERS. Hedges Brown was charged with driving rested for grand theft and burglaryto vehicle, said Thrift.
-...Hrowra 22993 ctv"1.I."If Mnnunt""""rue".ro Wat.r Hoawrs under influence,leaving the scene of a structure, said King. Bond was Gets Man ArrestedA The investigation continues.
I '39/mo t -L uoMtl -\ an accident with injuries and driving set at $2,000 on the charges, they remain Bradford County deputy respon- Shortly after the robbery a
ENENGY 30."ALLO", SAVER ,V'.I while license suspended, accordingto in custody. Howard also was ding to information that a person 24-year-old Starke man was stopped
.
ATMOSPHERIC Smith. Brown's blood alcohol con- charged on a local warrant with was trying to sell a firearm that he because his vehicle matched the
: '23995 COMBUSTION 30-GALLON: tent was .22 percent. He e was 1 releas- failure to pay for expired tag. said was stolen,led to an arrest Sun- descripton of the robbery suspect; ,
I 'II 99/mol M I VIM" I'I 339.95 day.Richard according to Deputy Thrift.The man
t. i : L.Kricher,18,Starke was identified
40"ALLO" ,. ... was not as the robbery
E"ERGY"""I AVER., "1,1.',,i" I. '27495 63.OOi FREE arrested for carrying a concealed suspect but he was arrested for hav-
'249 95 I i ...'. M3.73/mo'| BARBQUESUEL'S firearm, altering a serial number ofa ing a Smith and Wesson revolver
firearm and possession of a under the driver's seat.
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40-GALLON RETIREMENT HOME firearm with an altered serial Bernard Beard was charged with
"ALLO" "'" "
.TA"DARO,., '349.95 number, according to Deputy Barry carrying a concealed weapon with
'284.95 King.April. bond set at $500, he was released on.
'239 95 65.00 MAY 13 1989 1PM 8PM
--- 23 at 9:30: p.m. Deputy King his own recognizance.
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I Obituaries



Miss Sarah AllenMiss officiating. Jones Funeral Home ington Manor Care Center in Card of ThanksThe Card of ThanksWe
was In charge of arrangements. Jacksonville following an extended family of J.D. McKinney are sincerely grateful to sad bereavement. Our appreciation .
Sarah Catherine Allen, 5, of illness, wishes to express our sincere thanks friends and neighbors for their many cannot be adequately expressed.
High Springs,died at her home early Lowell W.. MathewsLowell Born in Lake Butler, Mrs. Simmons for your expressions of comfort kind acts of sympnthy durlnp/ our The family of Manuel Pope
Saturday morning, Apr. 22, follow. lived most of her life in Miami, through the many prayers, flowers,
ing an extended Illness. W. ("Swede") Mathews,
moving to Jacksonville
one year ago food and the wonderful
Born in Gainesville, she moved to 75, formerly a Starke resident from Gainesville. She fellowship Summer Sizzlin'
a
was that was shown to us during the loss Deals. s
High Springs about three, years ago. presently of Folkston, Ga., diedApril housewife and a member of the Ft. of J.D. He would be so proud and .....
She was a member of the First Bap- 18 at Charlton Memorial Caroline Christian Church in
the Lord
praise
tist Church of High Springs. Hospital in Folkston. Jacksonville. and loved for the many friends With New Tires From
Survivors include her Father and The beloved husband of Jo, fatherof Survivors include her husband wonderful ones send-off.that A gave him such a CORBETTS r
mother Randy & Gail Allen; her Dennis of Atlantic Beach, grand- Milton T. Simmons; her son and to Brother Gene Bass special and thanks
Jones All
brother, Joshua Allen of High Spr- father of Lisa, Jeri Jo, Denise and daughter-in-law, Tom and Dorothy Funeral Home. Tires Made in the
ings; maternal grandparents,Carlie Kristin and brother of Bruce of Simmons of Jacksonville;one sister In Christ 1 Good Ole U.S. of A.
Alethia Williams of Jasper; pater- Orlando, he was a member a St. Mae Evans of Florence, S.C.; andtwo The J.D.McKinney Family,
nal grandparents,B.J.,Jr.&Shirley Francis of Assissi Parish of grandchildren. Most Boat Tires in Stock
Allen of Jasper; and several aunts Folkston. Funeral services were held April I Now Also Inflatable
and uncles. Graveside services were held 24 at the First Christian Church in FLORIDA TWIN J
Funeral services were held Mon- April 21 at Pineview Cemetery In Lake Butler with Rev. Art Petersonand Tires for Mowers! r r
day at the First Baptist Church of Folkston with Father Leahey and Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. Starke 964-5451 -- _______ r
High Springs, with Dr. Ron Huggins{ Rev. Willie Beasley officiating. Burial was in Dekle Cemetery with TRUCK TIRES
and Rev. Neal Tolson officiating. Archer Funeral Home in of
charge 2.50 SPECIAL
Graveside services were held at Cor- Mr. Shirley E. PiperMr. GRAN PRIX RVS
inth Baptist Church Cemetery near arrangements. Sot. & Sun. 5:00: Showing 31xl0.5015LT31x11.5015LT $72.00
Jasper with Rev. Dennett Cruce and Shirley Elmer Piper, 88, of MOUNTED AND
Henry WingertHenry Tuesday Showing
Rev. Wilber Wood officiating Ar- Bradford County, died Apr. 20 at $79.00 BAlANCED AT NO
chie Tanner Funeral Home in Starke Methodist Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter Wingert, 86, of Keystone Closed Wed. & Thurs. 33x12.50-15 $91.00 EXTRA CHARGE
was in charge of arrangements. an extended Illness. Heights, died April 21 In Humana
In lieu of flowers, the family re- Born in St. Paul,Minn., Mr. Piper Hospital Orange Park following a Starts Frl., April 28
quests that donations be made to the moved to Lake Butler at a young brief illness. Front End Alignment
Baptist Children's Home in age. He was retired Chief Petty Officer Born Apr. 25, 1902 In Spring A Includes bet caster camber&toe In to mr.... 1295
fSNEfO pecs.
Lakeland or the Children's In the U.S. Navy, serving in Valley, Wisconsin, Mr. Wingert Inspect suspension & steering system. For most w/purchase
Ministries at the First Baptist WWI and WWII. He was a memberof moved to Keystone in 1979 from American, 'urs. Front wheel drive and Chcvette of tires
Church in High Springs. the Lutheran Church and the hus- North Ft. Myers Fla. He was a Protestant e CLASSIC vehicles extra. Parts extra.
band of the late Rubye Roberts a member of Morningside
Piper. Lodge 615, F&AM of Sioux City, CUersMISSISSIPPI BRAKE SERVICE Up To IB'xS"
Cecil FrederickCecil Survivors include his son and Iowa, and retired supervisor for R"pluclpudlor8h Frederick, 84, of Terre daughter-In-law Admiral and North Western Bell Telephone of drum or rotors: pack bearings: 4995
Haute, Ind., died Mar. 29 at Brad- Piper of Orlando; grandson, Eric Sioux City.Survivors. bleed&adjust: mud-test most WHEELS
ford Hospital Scott Piper of New York City; one Include his daughter, L a KEEN TWO American com & trucks. Metallic Front O[
following a brief illness 95
while visiting his son In- brother,Lawrence Piper of Santa Fe Orezalle L. Peck of Monterey parts extra when required. RearNO 28 each
Lawtey. Lake; and two sisters, Evelyn Allen Calif.; his son, Dale Wingert of rI HIDDEN COSTS ON DRAKE SPECIAL) _
and Alice Shaw both of Lake Butler. Keystone four brothers Edward of
Born and raised In Hutton Ind., ; BURNING RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE -
POLY GLASS BELTED
Mr.Frederick resided and retired in Funeral services were held Satur- Casper, Wyoming, Fritz of Wiscon-
Terre Haute, Ind. day in the Chapel of Archer Funeral sin, Bill of Dubois, Wyoming, and
Survivors include his wife, Floye Home of Lake Butler with Rev. Meredith Wingert of Minneapolis, .rr ffi) P155-80R13 $39.00 $33.00
Frederick; two sons, Wallace of Ronald Schoolcraft officiating. Minn.; two sisters, Rose Polht and liGElHACKMAHI WILLEMDAFGE P175-80R13 $43.00 $35.00
Lawtey and Billie of Jacksonville; Burial was in Dekle Cemetery under Ann Lamert both of Council Bluff, P195- 75R14 $46.00 $39.00
two brothers, Harry & Roy the direction of Archer Funeral Iowa:i 3 grandchildren and 4 great-
Frederick and a sister Jessie Home. grandchildren. 301 DRIVE-IN P205-75R14 $48.00 $41.00
Meyers, all of Terre Haute; 12 Memorial services were held Apr. P215-75R15 $52.00 $43.00
grandchildren and 8 great- Kenneth W. ShealeyKenneth 24 at DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Starke 964-7484 P235-75R15 $54.00 $47.00
grandchildren (all Florida Dr. Richard Albury officiating. In- Frl.
Wayne Shealey, 19, of Sat. & Sun
residents). died after terment will be at a later date.
Hampton, Monday an
Air '
Funeral services were held Apr. 3 automobile accident on Meng Dairy Conditioning? $ :
6.95
in the Chapel of DeBaun Funeral Road east of Hampton. In MemoryOf Service
Home in Terre Haute. Burial was in Born in Atlanta, Ga., Mr. Shealey My Daughter gill Ted's f Special '
New Harmony Cemetery in Terre lived In Tullahoma, Tenn., then hm PLUSPRBON
Haute. Archie Tanner Funeral moved to Hampton four years ago. Deborah Sue KiteIt
Home of Starke was in charge of ar- He was employed by Teal Tile of has been eight years, Since you Excellent Adventure CORBETT'STire
rangements. Starke and was a Baptist. went away.
Survivors include his mother and But to me it seems like yesterday.The .
father,Arvil and Dorothy Shealey of hurt and sorrow I feel, & ServiceU.S.
Infant Marisa Grace
Hampton; two brothers,Allen Lee of I can't imagine sometimes, how It's Admission:

Infant Marisa Lynn Grace, Lynchburg, Tenn., Ben Howard of real. Adults...................... 990 3O1 Temple Ave. Starke
daughter of Scott R. and Linda F. Thornton Keystone; of two Raiford sisters,and Annette Tina Time has not healed the pain and Children .................... 500
Grace of Keystone Heights, was grief.
stillborn Saturday, Apr. 22 at her Phillips of Grenville, Tx. And in my heart, there will never be RADIO SOUND. VISA 964-6436 MASTERCARD
home. Funeral services will be held Fri- relief.I .
any
Other survivors include two day at 2 p m. at the Chapel of Archie think of you everyday and night. .
brothers, John and Timothy Grace Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. And even look to see if you are in "
and a sister, Shawn Grace, all of Bob Cooper officiating. Burial was sight. '. Flqdqa'R d ta'' :
Keystone Heights; her grand- in Santa Fe Cemetery with Archie But those are just thoughts, wishes, ,'- .
parents, Barbara Ingram of Beaver- Tanner Funeral Home in Starke In and hopes. .
ton, Mich., and Richard J. Grace of charge of arrangements. It will never be. I love you just as
Mt. Pleasant, Mich. much now as I ever did, and alwayswill. PLUS
Graveside funeral services were Mrs. Gladys SimmonsMrs. LIQUIDITY

held Apr. 24 at Keystone Heights .Gladys Duke Simmons,76, of I Love You
Cemetery with Dr.E.Winson Butler Jacksonville, died Ttmrndxy nt Arl- Mommal


l [I Efforts bV'JfeiMprtOiSave: : Rare? Animal Fails M o NEY MARKET ACCOUNT .

i T *.***.*-. .. .,-...-. ;- .cjyarlgeEVERYDAY ptencfs. _
Despite rescue efforts by the panthers are known to have died of'' I u"Florida'panther.ara among themost With current Intdhesttate
Game Fresh Water Fish Commis- natural or unknown causes during endangered mammals in "11:'
sion and emergency surgery by 1988. Two others survived collisions North America. Only a few dozen of t ..
University of Florida veterinary with vehicles last year and are the tawny brown cats survive in the
surgeons an injured Florida pantherhas recovering from their injuries in wildnearly all of them in the
died. captivity. southern tip of the Florida penin-

The cat, a three-year-old male, sula.
had sustained a broken right front .
leg and massive Internal Injuries
when it was struck by a motorist '
who left the scene six miles north of /
Immokalee on CR 850. The collision .
occurred at approximately 5 a.m.
Gi'iAtr"seivlny
Wednesday, according to Wildlife RIFEIS.
Officer Don Crabtree who is in- KEEP PACE
vestigating the accident.
Dave Maehr,head of the Commis- WITH AN UPWARDTREND
sion's panther research in south u
Florida, said sheriff's deputies and Northeast Florida sine* 1ff41"
wildlife officials were notified later
that morning and reached the cat at ', Rates Paid to LIQUIDITY PLUS lnveetonon April 19. 1989
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10 a.m. and summoned a Commis- b s.t, war
sion helicopter to transport It to the 921 YfF. 1 ivy; t ;4 Deposit Amount Annual PorunWos Yield Rats Collllllllllded MoRlhly

university's"The cat was veterinary unable to college.walk,but It HOMEOWNERS SPECIAL $88 ;5 9.278.90%
had crawled a short distance from INCLUDES more
the spot where it had been hit," 5
120 GAL.
PROPANE TANK n 6 $so.0oo-
Flint Maehr and said.his"A son man found named the panther Ronnie 100 GALs PROPANE 7 s gs [ 'f rJ'', $74,999: 9.02% 8.67%

and notified Glenn Blake, an '. TANK INSTALLATION WITH
employee of Alico. Blake stayed UP TO 40 FT. OF TUBING :10,000-: 8.778.44%
'with the animal until arrived
we on .
We ON TIME... EVERY TIME
scene.
The Commission's wildlife KEEP FULL DELIVERY Rates change every day based on M 7-Day moving average of tin
''veterinarian, Dr. Melody Roelke, 1989 .wee Mil Mtrl Mull Aprt Atria Federal Funds Kate Minimum Deposit$Hli>in>.
stabilized the animal and flew with it
to Gainesville where the panther Yields based on deposit of$7,XOormore
died a few hours later. Since the introduction of Liquidity Plus in September, 1988, investors have seen their

"This was not one of the radio col- CALL:TODAY FOR COMPETITIVE PRICES :yields increase from 7.08% to as high as 9.44%, while other money market accounts are still

lared knew of panthers panthers," Maehr In that said.northeast"We FROM FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWING lagging behind.! Get with this rising trend by investing in '

corner of Corkscrew Swamp, but we INDEPENDENT PROPANE COMPANY Florida Federal's LIQUIDITY PLUS ACCOUNT.

had ture not and had study an opportunity this particular to cap- GAINESVILLE OCALA The more you deposit, the higher your earnings. So you'll have a high yielding investmentthat


,animal." 376-4677 629-3733. you can withdraw from at any time without penalty. ,

Maehr estimated the cat's weightat And best of all, LIQUIDITY PLUS is completely safe, insured up to$100,000 by an .
120 pounds. .IN FLORIDA .800.356.0634 .
This was the first known Florida, ', ; agency of the U.S. Government. No money market mutual fund can make that statement. .

panther death of 1969.Three Florida: ; I ___ .. 4R .9. 4.7'_ 25I Call or visit your !local Florida Federal office and ask what Liquidity Plus is paying today.. ,,'

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Santa Fe Registration Begins .

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Registration ben; this week for cancelled to use the teacher in troduction to Humanities, In.
termediate Algebra, Oral Intern, of
McFadden.A
1989 Summer A and n classes at the another section, said
Andrews Center of Santa Fe Com- special evening registration Literature, Nursing Assistant, Intro
munity College in Starke. tonight, Thursday, April 27, is set to Cumputers, College Algebra
'U The Coordinator of the local col- from 6 to 8 p.m.at Andrews Center. Elementary Algebra, Marriage and
lege program. Dr. Bernie McFad- Betty Lou Drost, an academic ad- Family, Writing About Literature,
den, students to visor from the SFCC Main Campus, Business Writing U. S. History to
;:; to insure urges that classes not be cancer will be in Starke from 10 a.m. to 4 1877, Advanced Composition, Class
{ ed prematurely."Faculty staffing is p.m. daily(except May 2-4)to assist Piano I, Art Fundamentals and
with Summer in Finite Math.
difficult in the summer terms and Registration. Topics
the administration needs to know The A Term begins May 15 and For more information,please drop
concludes June 29. by the SFCC Andrews Center or call
that students have
enough signed .
up c ,""nmi>r A classes include In-. 964-5382.
to justify a particular class. If
w students wait to the last minute,they
may find that classes they wanted
f __ and would have 'made' but were_ THIS \


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ONLY! ti
Earn Money s
With U. S. CensusWhy et

stay home when you can be (\
out meeting people, helping your
community and earning money at
the same time. h As heard
O'C.
The U. S. Department of Com- I
merce, Bureau of the Census, is of- on WKTK
fering jobs for two to eight weeks
(some Jobs even longer) with ex- Radio....
1 cellent hourly pay, flexible hours
Boy Scout Troop 75, of Lawtey... and 22V4 cents per mile for use of
son of J. R and Linda Adkins, and is seven years old. car. CYPRESS MARIGOLDS
The members of Troop 75 of Lawtey have donated a Other scouts in the photo are.In back (L to r): Larry your For further information call
I Cub Scout uniform to one of their number who has Fishburn, Daniel Brown and Uarrell Harvey 964-5382. MULCH & SALVIA
cerebral palsy. Josh Adklns. front and center in above Front row Jerry Lewis Jeffrey Morrow Josh,John
photo and wearing his new Cub Scout uniform, is the Adkins and Kylee Scott.

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FliP TroopersContinue I Sat. 10 AM-2 PM ONLY Sat. 9 AM Tit Sold!
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
License, Limit 10 Bags Limit 1 Flat Per Customer
Vehicle Inspections


Bradford The Florida County Highway Patrol will For Less Than You Would Pay Rent! AZALEAS FREE
be conducting driver license and
FERTILIZER
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 4139ffl
ing the week of April 21 through
April 27 on SR-21 SR-100 SR-230 No ,J," : With Purchase of
SR-18,SR-1S CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B '" Closing 1 Gallon
DownPayment ;., / 5 Trays of PursleySat.
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CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231 .' .. ,- t /" ,: y\'.
CR-230 and CR-100A w I't." t .. Cost Plugs.
CR-227t.cR-221. ':'11o'1 a I.. ,. \ i"'' 8 AM- 12 Noon
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in Bradford County. ...," :/r .n, ;. ';.. '<\. :+ ;.., 'li' .' I ONLY! FrL &:Sat. Only!
Recognizing the danger presentedto :
the public by defective vehicle Nt.. I JG ,' tM-' :.a \ ., A., After 5 pm

equipment, Troopers will concen- OFFICE: 4733028or
trate their efforts on vehicles being
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operated with defects such as bad 964-6633 .. :" : LOOK FOR UNADVERTISED
brakes worn tires and defective or : ':* ._', .i-B' 473-1039 IN-STORE SPECIALS!

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who would violate the driver license "II.". j'4'_>''t. .....1.'- .... .,, ,. .."".,..' ..,.

laws The of Patrol Florida.has found these check- 3 BR.1 1/2 Bath THE GARDEN STOREat

points to be an effective means of en- GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO. "'
forcing the equipment and driver taeioa
license laws of Florida while insuring Highway 301 South Starke Florida Pest Control sT
the of all motorists.
protection
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Law Officers Team Up To Hunt MarijuanaEyes

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in the sky, officers reported one arrest In Clay Plans for North Florida found at 62 different sites
creeping through the woods County for cultivating Include a plane looking for pot resulting In six arrest.
dressed like a scaled down marijuana. Bray, who will be at least once a week. Uebelher Clay County recovered only
Rambo, along with a going through his first also told the group that theyare 187 plants resulting In one
sophisticated Intelligence growing season* as Sheriff, looking Into ways throughthe arrest. Duval County reported
M network will be the worse along with his eye In the sky. Department of Justice In 547 plants at 27 sites resulting
X enemies of those attempting to Lt. Tim Martin have big plansto seizing land that pot Is grownon. In 10 arrests. Bradford
i grow marijuana In Northeast put a damper on the .There is presently a case In authorities seized 557 plants at
u.uRr Florida. domestic growing of pot. Last progress In Bradford County 17 sites resulting In seven
i. Cooperation between local year 187 plants were concerning this Issue. arrests.
Sheriffs Departments and the destroyed. According tr During 1988. over 135.000 Marijuana hunters In Bradford
Florida Department of Law Martin, their aim Is to marijuana plants were County saw their yearly average .
+ 'r Enforcement (FDLE) will be eradicate 6-700 plants In destroyed In Florida. In 1987 of confiscated plants jump dra-
u stepped up this year In a 1989. most of the plants were In the matically several weeks ago
Domestic Marijuana Federal funds will be available Panhandle, but now the growthIs when they arrested several
Eradication Program. This will this year via the state. pretty well evened out. members of a prominent Brad-
be the eighth year of the Attending the meeting according to an FDLE report. ford County family and charged

........ T".u_ ... .......,...". programs existence. Last Tuesday was Joe Uebelher a Attempts to Improve quality them with growing over 1.60O !'
Tuesday Clay Sheriff Dalton special agent for the FDLE. He and productivity In marijuana plants on and around their
Pot Hunters... Bray hosted law enforcement Is In charge of the coordinationof cultivation were noted In 1988 property. I
day County Sheriff Dalton Bray adrenal a group of fellow law enforcement officials from about nine the Domestic Eradication Including sophisticated Although thiq bust was dra-
official M they meet to discus*the up-coming marijuana'barret__'. counties for a Mutual Aid Program In Northeast Florida fertilization and watering matic, officials say that the size
The growing season tithe first for the new Bray administration and his office Luncheon at J.P. Hall's farm In which encompasses 12 hybridization and slnsemllla of the operation make It atypI-
has plan to increase their effor.t In day County,where only one arrest was Green Cove. counties. Including Clay. production," according to the cal these days after years of
made for growing the Illegal weed In 198S. Last year the FDLE only Our best weapon is the report. The FDLE has steppedup pressure by law enforcementhas
Spirit of Cooperation and that the efforts for eradicationIn forced growers to take
I we have a common goal. 1988. Baker was the different tactics.
:(' .Ltd'.< _. Uebelher told the group of leader In domestic eradication Most professional growers or
;.G.: R N. ".D" T lawmen. "We have to work as a with 1.286 plants being experienced small time farmers
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:' _. H team against destroyed. These plants were who grow Just enough for them-
;5"7:: -" -',,,"'-: selves hive spread their crops
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to In have moved their operations Indoors -
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jif May 4 VIP SERVICE CLUB MEMBERSHIP FREE! which In the simulate Bradford the County sun's rays.arrest.

With Each Membership You Get ...... the suspects had either grown to
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ress For Le$$ Parts Discount on All In-Shop Extended Repairs Factory Authorized discovery ing to law from enforcement the air. person-accord-
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(Formerly Kenwin Shop) Priority 5-Day Service Guarantee $50.00 Value (see details in growing area was both large
store) E3SBS& and Into
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111 W. Call Street Starke Instant Credit ,
piici No Down PaymentFree area making detection from the
< : air a simple matter for FDLE
DeliveryPayments
On Starting at searchers.The had extensive
Everything Salerj $40 per mo. suspects
mar Optional Grass Catchers outdoor crops planted In the
t .2.Y..W..nlf tree line around their property,
k y had a thriving "seed bed" where
Discount Prices
? y Fr rows of young plants were being
Excluding raised right next to rows of
Model 56123 ? 2,300 instant Credit AvillabU
Model No Down Payment tomatos. set up a large "drying
For Qualified Buyers room" when the freshly har-
Every DayCash Shown
57400 vested marijuana was dehumidIfied -
t and many tools Irrigation
.lOE equipment and other articles for
Charge LayAWayVisa cultivation on the property."It .
( and Mastercard Services Soon) f ) Hard war. was a real plantation" one
officer said. 'You don't see big
like this
HAROWARB 8 OARQEN CENTERS operations anymore.
They have all spread out or gone
Indoors."

Incentives remain high despitethe
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j 1\1TPe"fu rta< 964-4642 es tr 1"TftlarmialftA. "' an bring up- \tf).
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I Land Sales Pass $1 Million \\t 't, 1_' ., -:

Poverty Oil Company :sold to Taco Hampton, $1,900.Kenneth : _
October I'JHB land sales In Bradford Bell of Starke, I no., 1.22 acres In E. and Jewell E _
County totaled more than NW'' i of NW"4' section 33,T6S,R22E: Crawford to James E. Yates and yls.xl,1 ;'-
$1,202,490. in the Town of Starke, for $120,000.The Susan E. Keith, lot 13, Harrison sub.
Only two transactions were for Signature Group, Inc. sold to division of Hampton Beach, in W' ,
more than $100,000. One transaction David J. Frohnnpple, a parcel in of lot 7, section 23, T7S, R21E
involving lands! in downtown Starke block :3, Government lot 2, Lakeside $84,500.
also! Included lands in Columbia, subdivision on Little Lake Santa Fe, Gilbert Q. and Louie Bell Crosley
Flagler and Putnam Counties, and $120,000 to Ernest E. Todd, lot in SW4 of r
was for tho total amount of HJ5,000. Other sales in October are: SW'/4 section 14, T6S, R22E, $4,000. !
No breakdown of parcels is Victor E. Ashline to Eldon Gerald Charles P. and Gloria H. Dudding '
available and Lee Ann Dampier, 1.56 acres in to Timothy Gene Dudding E 5 acres
Values of sales are figured from SW corner of section 5, T6S. H22E, of N'i of SH, NE'/4 of SL'/4' section
the amount of documentary tax 42500. :36, T5S, R20E, $5,900.
to deeds recorded in Esther L. Muir to Ignacio O. and John P. Hale and Earl L. I
the Bradford courthouse. Sales! of !Deborah M. Alderete, a parcel in theSE and D. M. Hale to Richard E.
less than $1,000 are not listed.A. >/4 of section 7, T7S, R22E,east! of Sun Nan Provln. 1.02 ac and
C. Milton and Mearl Milton sold US-301, $17,900.Bradford acres in N'' of NW'/4 of 1 !
to Monument Leasing Corporal, Land and Cattle Co., behind 301 Drive-in, section 8,
Phillips Highway In Jacksonville Inc., to Theron A and Marie A. R22E, $3,500.Lane i
lots 1,2,3,4.3,6 and 7, block 2,Tem Webb, 1.23 acres, lot 21 River Bend Gaskins, Linda R.
ple's Addition to City of Starke Estates, section 19, T7S, R21E, and Virginia Sikes to Steve R
along with other properties in 4700. 2.03 acres in lot 41, Woodlawn,
neighboring counties of Putnam Bradford Land and Cattle Co., tion 20, T5S, R22E, 5000.
Columbia and Flagler, for the total Inc., to Harold A. III and WAnda W. Perry T. and Susan L. Gorman
price of$650,000.110x13 Bishop 17.82 acres along Wilson Perry F. and Mary Jean
Road in the City of Starke in NE"4 of lot 25, Parkwood subdivision City I
\NE; i, section 34, T6S, R22E, $27,500. Starke, section 29, T6S, q
Bradford Land and Catle Co., Inc., 37700.
to Margie Starling 1.17 acres, lot 61 Robert A. (Buzzy) Green
of River Bend Estates, in section 20, Johnnie Hobbs to R. A. Green,
T7S R21E $9,000. 10, 11 and 16, Temple's Addition
Millard C. and Applean M. Brownto the Town of Starke, $5,000.R. .
Elizabeth D. Wade, 3.35 acres in A. Green and Johnnie R. << << :
\NW'4; of \NE; '4 of SWV, section 34, Jr., to Johnnie R., Jr. and Cathy i
T6S, R22E, In City of Starke,$8,000. Hobbs, lots 12, 13 and 14, Block I
James Richard Cain to Irma May Temple's Addition to Town I
9O Langford, parcel In N'a of NW>/4, Starke, $22,500.Michael .
section 29 T7S, R21E, $13,700. and Donna P. Hartley I
Joseph Calamonerl,Sr.,to Walden Rick F. and Debra P. Stephens,
B Waasworth, 1.33 acres in SE'4' of on Walnut St., City of Starke,
ggo Deposit SE'' r. section 19, T5S, R22E, City of 28. T6S, R22E, $50,000.
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FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIESFAST
OUT OF AREA We Have All The TimeIn

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$V OWNER 3 BR. 1'% baths, screened OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS Woodedlots 1000 WOLFF SUNBEDS. TONING TABLES, FOOD OPPORTUNITY Site (In .....HOMES.....
porch fireplace' polio large lot. river access, $5450 Each. No COMMERCIAL HOME TANNING BEDS Starke). training and Inv.nloryallllonc. BEAUTIFUL KINGSLEY
$39,900,964.6499. Save to 50%. Prices from S249. Lamps, .. all Call LAKE! 90'on water 360' deep. Tastefully decorated 3
2tchg 4/27-5/4 down $65.41 monthly. Owner Buy or part Interest.
money
BR, IVt ba home, plus newly decorated 2 BR, 1 bo beach,
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U 1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF lotions, Accessories. Call today FREE 964.8447 for appt. only. Itpd 4/27 dock. MH pretty
Repair), Foreclosures, rapes, tax dellnquant HAMILTON COUNTY 7 parcel. 6 ml. E. color catalog, 1.800.B35.3826. (FLNET) $190.000
properties. Now wiling. Coll of Jatper. 20 to 102 acre beginning at BECOME A MAJOR CREDIT CARD RAIFORD LOVELY HOME SITE, 2 BR, 1 Ba frame home on 1.63 acre Cleared
1-319-736-7375 Ext. H-FLSBX for Info 24 $550 p/o. 10% down balance owner DISTRIBUTORS full or part time. Small Classifieds Ads t landscaped only $ 20.000
hrs. 3lpd 4/13.27 financed. BAKER COUNTY 3 parcel, 8 start up huge profit potential. For CLEAN CLEAN 1'64 '.'.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, plenty of storage pace, CHtA. wood
EAGLES NEST HOMES, kit form or ml. NW of Macclenny 75. 90. 103 acre details call 713-939-7613 ext. 3. fcan. Get Results! heater, built-in stove. 25x13 patio 3 other buildings, 2 acre, lots of trees,
erected shell. 3 men, 3 days 964-0447 beginning $1100 p/a. Public rood 2 garden spot. Hwy. 16W. $ 80.000
or eves 473-3627. 4/20TF parcel front St. Moryi River Contact: "? < ':'''' -; -:''''''; 214 WATER STi 2 BR, 2Ba, nice fenced yard, sep. garage, Sale priced! $ 25,000 r
GOVERNMENT HOMES $1.00 U Repair Barron Strother Strother Timberlands, Bradford properties fr.f> { KEYSTONE 830 S. Lawrence Blvd., CB. 3 BR/IBa. carpet cent. heat windowair
Foreclosures, tax delinquent property. Ltd., P.O. Box 755 Troy Ala. 36081 : r : stove, relrlg.' DW,2 telling fan, fenced bock yard, nice lot, $ 38.000
Now idling. This area) Call refun 205-566-1870 or 205-735-2442 eve. ;; REDUCED..207 ALVAREZ CTi 2 BR, 1 Ba,frame fenced yard $ 16.000
dable. 1-918-459-3546, ext. H3377 for 3tpd 4/13-27 Inc: ; : HWY.301 SOUTH Frame: BR,2 Ba, CHtA 1539 l.f., 1.7 acre $ 45.000
lilting 3tpd 4/20-5/4 ,>'., ';:S' PINEBREEZE SUB 3 BR. 1'/ ba, brick, CHtA. 100x109 lot $ 40.000
(t ; N.W.65th AVENUE 3 BR. 1 bo. 3 acre $ 75.000
RALPH BRYAN REALTY,44-M7B PERSONALSA ; '; :. FINS HORSE FARM of 40 acre, located on Hwy 235 15 minute from Starke, 3
BEST BUY 3/1 frame, central A/H. In BR/IBa 70-yr-old home, CHSA, 6 tail barn pole barn tool hed. utility

town $26,000. TWO STORY COUNTRY HOME ON 1 ACRE stone building training track! i...., sju,),. An offer Toooyl
WORTH THI MONEY 3 BR, 2 bo,on State WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE : GORGEOUS HOME ON LAKE GENEVA, 3500*.f. home, 4 BR, 3 full bath t two
Rd. 230. Living/dining room family Australian European ScandinavianHigh fireplaces hardwood floors tin roof all electric. 3/2. /i baths. 100' on lake Geneva 2'/i acre with sprinkler' system sunbathing
room with fireplace, garage and complete school Exchange Student arriving assumable mtg. 11%. $456.50/mo. Excellent shape. deck, located on SR 21 South of K..I...... Beautifully landscaped.
In Auguit. Become holt for
satellite system. a family $48.500. ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you todayl I
3/2. MOBILE HOMI with addition, CH&A..nela.ed American. Call Intercultural 1800SIBLING.Student fcan Exchange e 2 1/2 ACRES and neat brick veneer home now 51000. AFFORDABLE AT $53,000 1023 E.Call St.. 3BR 1'/, bath CHtA. cable ready,
patio, on Iocr., clot to
town. CLAY COUNTY: One acre and 87' doublewlde skirted. love, refrlg.. 1596 *.f., approx. W acre lot.
KEYSTONE HTSt Spacious, quiet country living, 3 BR, 2 Ba Ig. FR, kit/DR
RALPH BRYAN
..-.- REALTY 44-178 5000. combo 2000 s.f..CHSA city water 2 septic tanks, exc.condition. $ 60.000
--- 86.000: Spacious brick good area of Starke. BETHEL CHURCH RDt 3 BR, 1 bo.CB wood floor. 1183 s.f., 9 acre $ 60.000
e 20 ACRES & FIXER UPPER HOME close In. 60000.. CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin,98 ft.on water 1BR/1 Ba. $ 90.000
; : 'R (SALE ''tIt'EASE e NEW BRICK HOME. Southgate Subdivision 64000. KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba, 1500 s.f.. wood frame $ 50.000
: .. ,, e 37.000: Well kept home In town. BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks S/O, extra lot $ 44.000
MENG DAIRY lOAD 2.23 3/1 CB,CHSA,
acres so near $ 40.000
e 2 1/4 ACRES and home needs tender
s country loving care. HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 ba. CHSA screened patio with BBQ grill.
BY OWNER. e. e $42.500. Also 3 BR MH !'/ ba, on 3 acre Excellent for small horse farm.

43 Acres with 3 BR. 2 BA Home In Fairbanks... $150,000 WATERFRONT APARTMENT FOR RENT.

Beautiful Lake Lotsl! On Paved Road In .LOTS ON CROSBY AND SAMPSON LAKES AVAILABLE. .....COMMERCIAL.....

Hawthorne ......................................................$25.000 & Up .HOMES ON BIG SANTA FE LAKE & HAMPTON LAKE. RARE FIND IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 100'on Hwy. 21 N, two 2100*.f. building, '
paved parking, GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
$220,000
Lakefront Acreage for sale. 1/2 Mile Lake FrontageIn Call about our many other properties.We LOOKING FOR A DEALT Two prime acres, 301 S.. Reduced to $85,000
Alachua County can assist you with financing. 301 NORTH,approximately 150'x approx. 220' $125.000
Lake Santa Fe Home for sale. 4 BR 2 BA ..............$185.000 If we don't have the home you want we'll Jlnd U.I SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building, Enterprise Zone $ 60,000
e Ocala National Forest Hunting & Fishing Retreaton 301 SOUTH! 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85.000
RENTAL ON CALL STREET! I
Rodman Reservoir ..........................................:..$25.000 Clarice Stephens a LaneLondo e Steve Ripley
One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lots ....................$3500 & Up Call for Lot Listings/ !

New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham ............................$40.000 .. Aft.r Hour

200 Acres near Theressa ...................................$1.000 Acre Anne TcrwilUgar Notion .. .. . . . . 473-7541
Building Lots In Smokerlse Subdivision. Keystone $5.000 MATHEWS REALTY _" Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . .'".3160

2 Lots and Mobile Home.... Keystone .......................$22.500For r.tt1 Debra Connaughfon . .. . . . . . '".2833

2 Acres Sale-or Graham Rent, ... Mobile Home. 2 BR w/Bath on Si! t=:T r=T. 9644469REALTOR I I Joy Thornton . . . . . .. . . .'"- 223P'

Two. 1 Ac. Mobile Home Lots on Brooker Road. $6.500 Each When soiling real estate,why nettle for telling the whole town
3 BR. 2 BA Home 3 whon you can tell the whole world?
on Ac. In Keystone Hght. For Sale or Rent. F
e 2 Homes 2 Mi. North of Starke. 3 BR, 1 BA Completely

Furnished FOR RENT...........................................$500/Mo MOBILE HOMES 'Lowt.123 ,. 18 .acres with 600 ft. Hwy. R. Williams
I I7 Concord 3 BR, 2% bo, has extra frontage.Cltyi ; Jimmy
lot with wood frame house, city one acre on Laura St., room for
utilities. several residential' lots. All Types Roof RepairNo
BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY City 1.38 Ac., great office location.
173 New Moon 12x60 with :
opprox. fob too big or too email
Cltyt SR 100: 3.5 acres, potential
Ronald B. ,Newman, Sr. 10 acres North of Lawtey lOSth Ave. commercial development area. '

.J,-. ...,ji 96i4r6881tj ,?"?...Evenings Call 373956Qn1v ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES HOME built.by .. HOMEL&ACBEAGI..e.w.w. Labor,. .for New, Work Guaranteed 10 Years']
r. Instant,Financing'.TNd Points Reasonable Interest Rates .' ".Hall In 1987. Located In Lake HampITHEIESSA AREA .1 Acre 3 BR. 2 Free Estimates Call 782-3266,778-7253
ton Oaks Shown by appointment. Bath, 1564 s.f. home, $59,000.
.Two BR, 1 BA nice lot, 13000. Union Ctyt 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft.
Southgatei. Brick veneer BR, 2 Ba, brick home.
CHSA. BUILDING LOTS
LAND Little Lake Santa '., 100x160 ft. lot, HERITAGE VILLAS
k t" eii' .S.I. 100 At Two 6.77 acre parcels.I new septic tank, approved for well,

power source to lot. 607 Bradford Court( in Starke

Bob Mathews Realtor" Andy Jordan, Associate Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon

441 W. Madison St., Starke Dolly Simpson Associate 1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220

plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available.

Rental Information and applications are available at the

Rental O lce. 607 Bradford Court. Starke


Susan M. Faulkner. GRI CRB President Call 964-6216 @ Equal Housing

: EH OUTLAW Mon.-Frl. 9-5:3O p.m. Opportunity


EQUAL 1 oU$1Nd, REALTOR
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\ Located Hwy. 307.2 blocks South of C.R. 1W 221 Lafayette St.'. .

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*PRICE REDUCTIONi 6 .beautiful acres with small frame house. Op l Dickson tucllU C. Spry 964-4544
*CENTER STREET DUPLEX Good Investment Income $400 p.r month. __ I

**COMPLETELY ASSUMABLE REMODELED no qualifying over, 14 1900 wide s.f.MH, only on$39,900.VA 3 acres.. REALTORS Ch.ilts riynri : 'J_is)] '

*HOUSE WITH CHARACTER and charm. Perfect for kids: close to schools. Hwy; 301 S. /
*EXECUTIVE HOMI with pool. 3 BR/2% ba over 3.000 ..f.. MHl SSMWi Starke Fl.
*GREAT STARTER HOME or rental Income. St. Claire St. REALTOR
*ONE ACRE IN LAWTEVl, beautiful trees. Priced to sell at$4,500. It' /
NEW HOME ON SR 230, Home Lots eAcreageWaterfront
WASHINGTON ST. small building zoned 11. I .
*SMALL 2 Ml 1 both (fix-up) home. 12000. In town. By Hensen Homes r Farms -1 Commercial
'.. 3 BR2 Bath>2 Car
*COUNTRY CLUB AREAi 2 .beautiful building sites, each one over 2 acres.. Garage "
*HWY. 221 20 acres, priced to sell only $1200 per acre. City Watery You Pick Carpet + -
approx. ALTON ROAD 3BR/2BA Modular Home, CHtA Stove, Refrl t Drapes,
t':'*SANTA PI LAKE LOT also canal lots, beautiful area.
t *SARATOGA MEIGHTSi large 4 BR, 2 ba kitchen equipped.POUR COUNTRY CLUB WOODS Lots for Sole Swimming Pool Bldg 16x24 w/Patlo Storage Bldg 12x12, Lovely Land- .
Owner FinancingA scoped Lot.WALNUT I
available.
1 : ACHES off 100A; financing
$5,000 each. STREET. Lovely Old Fashioned Two-Story Frame.4BR/2BA Large
*TWO ion In town
*ftlMMACULATEi: BR. IK\ both on Ig. lot. has everything. Few of Our Many Listings ",1 Living and Dining Rooms, Family Room; Kitchen t laundry Rooms Floor
r'" '*DEERWOODi large 3 BR. 2 both brick veneer. *BEAUTIFUL TWO STORY brick t cedar farm home 4/2'/i, 2388 sq.ft. on 72 Furnace, AC Unit. large landscaped Lot. .
AOOLPVUWi 4 beautiful wooded acre lots. acr... $177.652 CHURCH STREET 2BR/1 BA Frame,CHtA Stove t.Refrl. 1536 SF;Nice Cor-1

I. *U WEST 4 BR 2 bath only $45,000. *ON SOUTH US Mil 3 plus acres with home t barn. Owner financing. ner lot.COUNTRY. .
:*LAWTEY REDUCED 'large 3 BR 2 bath kitchen equipped owner financing. FOREST HEIGHTS Building lots on SR 16 West. Owner financed. LIVING -3BR/1 BA A-Frame Home, Porches All Around Stove, !
I I HWY.J3i4; Two 1-ocre parcels, cleared ready to build on or put mobile home. *CROSBY LAKE CANAL LOTS high and dry, 13500. Refrl and Cast Iron Wood Burning Stove 24x50 f Pole Bam Metal Tool Shed .
*FOUR ACHES with one 4 BR, 2 bath one 3 BR. 1 both. plus one 2 BR. 1 bath '*S YEAR OLD BEAUTIFUL BRICK In the Country Club.' Almost 2000 s.f..3 BR. 2 ba, 8x9, 6 Acres. ,
I, mobile home and:3 rental mobile home spaces.Over$700 month Income plus llv CHtA. Family rm fireplace, and more. Built by Bobby Hall. ON THE RIVER 3BR. 2ViBA, Two-Story log Home. CHtA. Stove, Refrl t '
I .. "N t *LAWTEY AREAS nice home. CHtA on 1 acre, quiet and peaceful. Dishwasher 3000 SF, Front t Bock Porches. Enclosed" Garage Well t Sep-
*3UNICi WOODED ACRES to build or put mobile home on. *BUILDING LOT In Conor!? Estates, nice area. tic. .
I '*HWY. Ml Hi 314' frontage. 10 acres, ha water t sewer. *LAKE LIVING AT ITS BESTi Beautiful high t dry lot, area's finest home, 3 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 2BR/2BA CB large Living t Dining Room.
i.1 .*HWY Ml Hi 3 BR. 1 both large home on 1 acre. low $30s. r\too many extras to lists. Call for appointment.. Family Room Kitchen w/Breaklost. Nook CHtA, Enclosed Garage. Well t
I *GRAHAM AREA 6 acres, .beautiful, high 41 dry land planted In young pin... *MAMB HOME 'large bedroom bath large living room eat-In kitchen. Septic.
*HWY. lei commercial bldg. plus 4 BR 1 bath home, $35,000. *COUNTRY LIVING over 2400 s.f., CHtA 5 ocres, paved road extra nice.
*COUNTRY WINO :3 Bedroom home. $29.900.I I *DEVELOPER NEEDED B acres In Starke. city water t sewer avail obi.. SELECTED PROPERTIES
I *$2,000 PRICE. REDUCTION on this .beautiful 3 BR,I 2 bo, brick home. Many.- *ALMOST NEW BRICK In Country Club 3/2'10. over 1800 s.f., fireplace. range, 1* ACRES. Frontage on Forsyth Road. Will Divide. .
I ,tra.1 l refrlg., OW on 1 acre, assumable mortgage. REDUCED! 4 ACRES Well Septic and Power Pole.' Cypress Pond.
DIVE INTO THIS beautiful In-ground pool. Approx.: 1400 s.f. doublewlde on,4 BRICK IN STARKEl 3 BR. IVs Ba. CHtA. 47000. 10 ACRES a Will Divide. Pecan Grove. Well Septic. Owner Financing.
I .beautifully' wooded acre. *HWY. 14 WEST Brick 3/2'A on 1 acre lots of extras. See this one. 4 Acres Frontage on Hwy. 100w. City Water A Sewage Available.
*If ACRES with mobile home Lawtey area. *CONVENIENT TO STARKS OR OAiNESVILLE Nice brick home, over' 2200 s.f.. ACRES Good Commercial' Location./ Hwy. 16W.,' ..... ,\- .
*CRYSTAL LAKIl over 4000 (.1. :3 level home. Many ._. Price drastically CHtA. range:ref.. woodbumlng stove, on 2.78 acres.I _, S I ACRE .Zoned far MobIl. Horn. 3500. County Hwy I2SW.
r Hi if>iflBUH1MNO.' *CLOSE TO CECIL MELD MM I Ac.. 2 BR. 1V\ ba quiet nelghbhood. $ ,??. "i ACRES .Hwy. 301 South. ,
+ ion available In town as low as 3100. I *24 ACRE FARM that has It oIl-fish pond. Improved pasture, .....ullfuloak.' : ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. $3,000.
'*POUR BEDROOM, 2 both home on 3 acres. lots of_rood frontage for develop barns, cross-fenced, water In all pastures, 2 mobile homes. ; POUR E-ACRB TRACTS AVAILABLE Brooker. '
.m.m.1 PRICE REDUCED 10.0001 HIGH TRAFFIC-Jones Craft t Gift Shop. I THRI12.ACRlIIVIIfIONT LOTS AVAILABLE .. Brooke. .
*COMMERCIAL CORNER LOT Hwy. 16 E IL Cherry St. $25.000. LAKE GENEVA large Lot 100 ft. on Water.' i '
If You Don't See Something You Like. Call Us! *OVER 104 ACRES with 3/4 mile of highway frontage. excellent hunting.; COMMERCIAL' Hwy. 301 N, Two-Story CB lk. w/lfving( Area Upstairs
We Have Many Other Listings to Choose From I ; 1 ml!. to Country Club :2 miles to Storke Only $1500 per acre. 6400 SF. '
I .'*COUNTRY CLUB Brick over 1900 ..f., formal living t dining room | LAKE LOTS Crosby t Sampson Owns, Financing.' .
family room re< room or extra bedroom. 2'/. baths., '
PLEASANT GROVE AREAS 13 acres w/well septic. Very private If YOU MIND IS ON REAL ESTATE OH IMWGJ RELATED
I Call One of Our ProlsssIonidlu'I ,'*CLOSE TO COUNTRY CUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f., 100x300 lot,' 56000. MAKE YOU NEXT STOP AT A qtJaA1JO

I Trained Staff Toda1..... 6f..5069 Call Ut About .AFTER HOURS
I Weyne Bougies....-.." Bill OHOMI 964.6644
Met Hour$ Can Theso Realtor Associates: LAKI LOTS HOMES ACREAGE I 1m Dodd .'....74Ot p ,Nevis Weal 447414April
I eltene 1. FacJknM9cU- *BUILDING LOTS COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES j

.Darter, Gochrti. -"....468'2503. : We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings I a aI.

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ANIMALS & PETS FOR RENT SERVICESSEWING FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICES MOBILE HOMES

FOR SALE
GOOD PLEASURE/TRAIL HORSEs MACHINES CLEANED- oiled and SINGER AUTOMATIC Touch A Sew. Will bolo,... In my home. 6:00: a.m. to
gelding sorrel 13yrs., 15 h. 964.8023. MOBILE HOME LOTS with city water, adjust) tension In your home. Special Makes patterns, button holes, etc. Cost 6:00 p.m. Will consider weeknlghts.
4tpd 46.21HANDFED .sewer cable TV. 9647491. 1/12TF $22.50. Repair all brands. Work $689 Bal.due $150. Guaranteed. Also Reasonable rates 496.2326 In Lake 1989 14' WIDE $6995.00. Comes with
BABY COCKATIELS t TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home, guaranteed. 4737862.6 tfnchg used Zlg Zag machines, $50 A up. Butler. 4/27 llpd. 4/27. wood siding. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, appliances
PARAKEETS! Call Debbie, 4311665. unfurnished. $100 month $150 security SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 413.1862.13 tfnchg LAWN CAM AND LANDSCAPING Local Included, delivered to your
4tcrtg 4/13-S/4 deposit. No pets, only 1 child. Call relayed. Prices reasonable Bradford PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to references. Call Nathan at 496-2149 or lot. Call 755-3114, Circle B Mobile
BLACK GELDINGi 10 yr. old, natural after 6 p.m.. 964.8970, 964-4430, Septic Tanks, Starke. 9648121. 4/13 take over payments on splnet-console 496.3014.4/27 2tchg. 5/4 Homes, Lake City, !Florida. 4/6 4tchg.
galled gentle, with tack 1000. 96/-8705. 2/16TF tfnchg plane. Can be seen locally Call Credit BABYSITTER AVAILAILI On 2295 between 4/27.
964.8582 after 6 p.m. or anytime FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES with citywater OLE MAIDS CLEANING SERVICE Elaine Dept. 904.254.8232.3tchg 4/20-5/4 lake Butler and Macclenny. Flexible ir x 7ft, 4 BEDROOM, masonltlng
weekends llpd 4/27 sewer, cable TV 2 BR, I bath and Rhonda. 4730042 or 4733289. 9.9 HP MOTOR 1988 Nissan, asking Hours. Reference. Call Martha at shingle, plywood floors, energy efficient
FEMALE COCKATIEl and parrot cog. 961.1498.1/I2TF' 4/13-27 $850 or will consider trade for long 2752104. Itpd. 4/27 $245.00 per month. Call
with stand. $75. 964.8898. Itchg 4/27 HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOT for rent. HAPPY LAWN SERVICE Mowing, rakIng shaft 25.35 HP motor In good condition. 755-5114, Clrcl. B Mobile Homes, Lake
WELSH MARE about 7 yrs old. Rides very Close to prison. Call 168.1323.3/91F edging sweeping roof, free Evenings 1473.4103 Itpd 4/27 MARTIN'S TAXI A HOME SEWING City, Florida. 4/6 4tchg. 4/27.
good. Coll anytime. No collect calls TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED apart estimates. 4732278. 4tchg 4/20-5/11 ELECTRIC RANG- like new Almond color MACHINE REPAIR SERVICE: Countrytaxi 1919 DOUBLEWIDE 1199600. 3
4311862. Itpd 4/27 m.nt, no children or pets $200 month, CHILD CARE Mother of 2 has openings. 4 years old, excellent condition service and reasonable rates. bedroom, plywood floors, delivered to
WALKER PUPS FOR SALE 6 weeks old. lease. 964.8404.6tehg 3/23.4/21 Lots of care activities and fun. $65. 473.2672 or 473.2823 alter 6 p.m. Home sewing machines cleaned, oiled your lot. Call 733-3114, Circle B Mobile
wormed and shots started. 4311350. MOBILE HOME 2 BR, I ba, furnished on Nutritious meals, flexible hours. Itchg 4/27 and adjusted, only $10. All repair work Homes, Lake City, Florida. ./6 4tchg.
Itchg 4/27 Grlffls Loop (Rd 100A). $200 p.r month Melrose area. 475-2168. HRS cert. 760. 3 PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA dinette set, guaranteed. 4963651. 250 SW 2nd 4/27.
AKC COCKER SPANIEL f.mal., $100 or plus $150 security 8 damage deposit. 2tchg 4/20.27 large coffee table, Kenmore dryer. For Ave., Lake Butler. Itpd 4/27 1983 3 BEDROOM 14' x 76' wood siding
best offer. Call 964-4020 after 5 p.m. Call after 6 p.m.. 964-8970, 964-4430 more Info, call 473-0040 after 7 p.m. appliances Included delivered to your
Itchg 427NORWEGIAN 9648705. 3lo| 4/20-5/4 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Itpd 4/27 HELP WANTED lot $10,993.00. Call 755-3114, Circle B
ELKHOUND on. old TWO BEDROOM HOUSE 708 MocMohon ? HOUSE OUT OF' LEVEL Call 2 BROWN COUCHES $15 & $25; chair, Mobile Homes, lake City, Florida. 4/6
registered female, $200. 9645056.year St. S'65/month.' $100 deposit. Unfur LaRue leveling Service for all your $5; single mattress, $I. miscellaneous 4tchg. 4/27.
2tchg 412754FREE..MATURE nished. No pets. 9645882. Itchg 4/27 foundation repairs. Keystone, Items 4733666. Itpd 4/27 EASY WORK! EXCELLENT PAY! Assemble FOR SALE OR RENT 1984 doublewlde
CAT clean f.mal., CLEAN THREE BEDROOM 1'/ bath homeIn 4737721. 7/9TF 2 TRAILER/ ADDITIONS firewood; products at home. Call for Information. mobile home with acreage. Lake Butler
v.ry assorted cabinet doors & windows; used
loving pet to good home. 964.6328. country. $425 month. Strout Realty used awning Call 1(504)641-8003( ) ext. 8401. Itpd. area. Owner financing available. Call
Itchg 4/27 9648931. Itpd 4/27 car port; pans. 4/27. 259.6961, after 5 p.m. 4/27 2lpd. 3/4.
473.7881 between 8 a.m.-l 1 Itpd
RENT TO OWN 2 BR mobile home, zero p.m. LPNs Full time. Monday-Friday. 3 to 11
down payment. You pay moving only. 4/27 p.m. and 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. shifts ONE FULL ACRE/ with all Improvementsfor
R.V.s, CAMPERS 9649172. Itchg 4/27 CARSTRUCKSBOATSSTINGRAY available. Superior rated nursing homeIn mobile home. Z.ro down payment -
TRAVEL TRAILERSSCOTTIE ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT Call HELP WANTED Macclenny. Competitive salary and to qualified buyers. 19646407. Itchg

1-468-1837. $225/mo $200 dep. MAXUM I 19 ft., deep excellent benefit Contact Aggie 4/27
Available 5/1. 4tchg 4/27.5/18 V-hull I/O 350 Magnum 270 HP, V-8 COSMETOLOGIST Guaranteed salary & Brown RN-DON, Monday-Friday at ENORMOUS FOUR BEDROOM
TRAILER sleeps 6. Call 964-6191 THREE BEDROOM or 2 BR and den kitchen Mercury OlD W/SS prop A P/S custom benefits Full-time or part-time. 1-259-6158 or 12596168. 4/27 2tchg. doublewlde delivered and set up.
after 5 p.m. Itchg 4/27 furnished heat A air. $350 mo, d/o magic tilt S/ax aluminum trailer, License required. Phone 4752211. 5/4 T.TAl, $289/mo. 964-6408. Itchg 4/27
deposit required. 964-5377 after 6 p.m. low hours mint condition. Serious Inquiries 4tchg 4/6-27 LAKE BUTLER APPAIEL COMPANY has HANDYMAN SPECIALS: doublewldes
Itchg 4/27 only. After 5 p.m. 473-3241. READ BOOKS FOR PAY I $100 a title. opening for an accounts receivable Invoice $9995; slnglewldes 12003995. S
CARS TRUCKS VANS TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED 964-8218 or 2tpd 4/20-27 Write: PASE-M1743. 161 S. Llncolnway, clerk. Experience necessary. homes to choose from. 964-6408. Itchg
9647619. Itchg 4/27 1979 FORD PICKUP to ba sold for parts. N. Aurora, IL 60542. 41 pd 4/6.27 Good hours-good pay-good benefits. 4/27
CARS TRUCKS JEEPS under $300 now TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house, approx. Tool box A tools also. 4730463. Itpd CERTIFIED LIFEGUARDS and contusion Apply In person at 650 S.E. 2nd Street, 1988 DOUBLEWIDE REPOi 10 year note,
available at local tales. Call 1500.1600.f.. carport with large yard. 4/27 supervisor, May 29 through Labor Day. Lake Butler. 4/27 2tchg. 5/4 easy qualifying low down payment.
1.619.565.6532 ext. BK636, 24 hrs. for $400 month plus security, first, last, 197B LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Runs Call City Hall 4734807. $3.25 to LAKE BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY has 9646407. Itchg 4/27
Info. 3tchg 4/20-5/4 neg. ALSO doublewlde on 2 acres, 2 well good tires, recently painted. $5.25/hr. EEO. 2tchg 4/20.27 part-tlme positions available factory
86 TOYOTA 4x4t 5 Inch lilt, 36"Swamp. BR, 2 baths, complete' furnished, with $1500. 473-2028. Itchg 4/27 BRYAN'S ACI HARDWARE Now accepting wide. If you have a limited amount of
.
chrome rims, FOR RENT
washer & dryer CHSA, $300 month applications for fulltlme soles per hours you can work and want to make
AM/FM/cassette, amp roll bar pipe plus deposit. Rent from May 15-Sept. HOMES FOR SALE son. Apply In person at Keystone Store the most of them come see us.650 S.E.
bumpers, tinted windows $7900. during regular business' hours. 3tchg 2nd Street, Lake Butler 4/27 2tchg. 5/4
964.4462.2tpd 4/20-27 30 only. Castle Properties USA, Inc., MINI STORAGE 3x3, $15; 3x10. $20;
SI W.D. Tiffin Licensed Real Estate BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOUSE with 165 ft.on 4/20-5/4 10x10 $30 per month, plus $20
1977 OLDS DELTA :2 door sporty new Advent Christian
The
Broker 964.5065. Itchg 4/27 Lake Geneva lovely trees, 3000 sq. ft. HOUSEPARENTS REAL ESTATE deposit. Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
tires,dual mirrors, runs like anew car.
Village Is seeking mature couples to
TWO BEDROOM HOUSE: 347 S. Thompson Retiring owner must soil. Assume mor tfnchg. 12/22
$1700 best offer 9647625. 4/27
or Itpd
St. $223/month. Call 782-3653. Itpd tgage. $149,500. 14734375. 4tchg serve os relief houseparents 10.12 MOBILE HOME LOT 1 acre shaded lot
57 CHEVY 4 door, excellent condition. 4/27 4/20.5/11 days per month In our home for 5 TO 30 ACRES with large concretebarns. ready for mobile home hookup near

52,000 original miles, runs great. FOR RENT OR LEASE W/OPTION 2 BR, 1 COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 BR, 1 BA children. A dedication to the ministryof .Also new doublewlde on 1 acre Washington. Call 496-2183 after 6:00:
$3500. 473.1170 alter 5 p.m. Itchg 4/27 bath home In town, fenced yard neat central heat/air. Good neighborhoodnear teaching training and taking care or larger In country. Call 496-3939, p.m. tfnchg.
78 FORD BRONCO, 351 engine, 4 wheel and clean. Strout Real Estate,9648931. golf course. Owner assisted of children Is necessary We provide days. 454-1595 evenings, tfn/chg. OFFICE SPACE 150 W. Main Street,
drive, stick shift. Call 431-1717 after 1 Itchg 4/27 financing with small down. 41500. training and support. Please call 1/19 $100.00 month. Call 4962261.

p.m. $3500 OBO. 2tpd 4/27.5/4 ONE BEDROOM APT stove, refrlg and Call 14734375. 4tchg 4/20-5/11 l 9046583333. EXT. 349 for more Infor RENT TO OWN 2 BR mobile home, zero
1980 MGB conv. blue, $2500; 1974 MGB LIVING AT IT'S FINEST 4 BR/4 motion. 2tpd 4/20-27
all utilities. No pet>. $6S/week. Calll COUNTRY MOTORCYCLES down payment. You pay moving only.
gator orange, $1200, 1955 Chevy 2 9648498. Itpd 4/27 BA 2 story, ranch style home. Lots ofstorage 9649172. Itchq 4/27
door $2000. Must lell-boby't coming. STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to space, fire-place, pecan and ANIMALS
964.8755 after 2.30 p.m. Itchg 4/27 your work? We have clean mobile fruit trees. Room for your cattle and 1977 HONDA 750 Four Supersport. Runs NOTICE
1978 CHEVY MAZDA STATION WAGON: more, IS plus acres. Located between good extras. $450. Call 4963663.
homes available. 4681323. 10/8TF -
BULLDOG PUPPIES 1 male, $75 2females
V6. good condition, $1200. 9643135. Starke and Lawtey.Call Plantana Realty ; 4/27.
Itpd.
FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilitiespaid.
8 weeks vaccinatedand
$60. old
4/27 284-2617. 4/27 should be submitted
Itchg From MAGNOLIA Inc. Itchg CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
$37.50 weekly
LAKE BROOKLYN 215' on water. 3 BR wormed, parents on premises. to the Union County Times office .
HOTEL, Walnut St. by Post Office TF and weekends l llpd HOMES FOR SALE
481.4857.venings
BOATS CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES central AC. 1i BA, brick, CHSA, large Oak treeson 4/27 In writing and paid in advance
extras, reasonable rents. PINES, approximately 2'/ acres. 473-4215 unless credit is already establishedwith
or 17780018. Itpd 4/27 BRICK HOME ON ONE ACRE Four this office.
496-2366. SR 121. Lake Butler. 7/14TF
14' FIBERGLASS FISHING BOAT with LAWTEY APARTMENTS bedroom 3 bath In the country. Swim THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
now taking RENTALS
trailer and 1985 IShp electric start for 1 & 2 bedroom apartments applications ming pool and satellite. Large oaks. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Johnson motor. $1200. Call 964.4573 YARD SALES $119,500. Two additional acresavailable. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
CHSA, fully equipped kitchen, available
COMMERCIAL SPACE In
after 5 p.m. Jtpd 4/20-27 Call 496-3939 days and THE TELEPHONE.
EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS New Evinrude drapes. 7823531. New management.Equal Keystone Heights. 2 locations: 700 454-1595 2/2 Classified deadline Is 5
MONDAY
evenings tfn/chg.
YARD SALE-Sat., April 29 from 9-3.6393
Housing 9/I5TF _..
outboard and trolling motors, In box, Opportunity. Little lake Geneva Rd. N. 21 to Gal ft. A 1000 sq. ft. High traffic and visibility GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1.00 (U P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
1988 & 1989 models. Dealer Invoice. Line Rd. Follow signs. Itpd 4/27 In both locations 473-3193 or repair). Delinquent tax property. Minimum charge Is 13 word.for S3.50,
100% financing available. G B M Soles YARD SALE Fri., 28 and Sat.. 29 from 10a.m. 473-7633 leave message. 4/6 tfnchg Repossessions. Call ((1)) 800-4(7-4000 then 1S cents for each word Ih.reafl.r.MISCELLANEOUS ,
1-800-544-2850 days 8 am.5 p.m. CST. Zephyr Lane. 21 N to Gas Line Rd. 2 BR COTTAGE FURNISHED Twin Lake.Fish Ext. GH-II34 for current repo list.. 3/10
week 473-3856.
fcan swim, ski. $250 Btpd. 4/27.
Follow signs. Itpd 4/27
16' BASS BOAT with 70 hp motor troll 329 CENTER STREET one BR apartment; In GARAGE SALE Lakeview Drive and SR LAKE 4tpd COTTAGE 4/6-27 4tpd by 5/4-25 week, $250. Spring

motor trailer.depth Transom finder needs power repair.winch and All duplex. Adults only. $200 mo., $100 100. Multi-family.. .Saturday. 29th, 92. lake. Swim, ski, A fl.". 473- 151. 4tpd BOWS TENTS BACKPACKS, .''sleeping" ?
security. 468.1115.4tpd 41334WANTED Itchg 4/27 4/6-27 bogs, outdoor clothing and camping
other In excellent condition. 9647794. .' YARD SALE Multi-family. Citrus and'Nightingale Bl THE FIRST OCCUPANT w/optlon to Ads .M accessorLe/'B&J:.! Outfitters" ''In"
427If Classified
Itpd SEABREEZE with cabin and blmlnl top, : Saturday 29th, 92. Itchg buy a renovated 3 BR/1 BA MH. Newcarpet Gainesville, corner of SR '26 and :34thd-

2 tanks, bucket seats, etc. 4/27 _" *, central AC. 1-904-388-6109 Street 376.2721.1/20 2tpd. 4/27.
gas tarp 41ST TERRACE A 21B 3rd house from Get Results! TAT FISH MARKET Open Thursday-
nights. 2tpd 4/20-27
1975 hp Chrysler elec. start (converted
boat East. Follow Lots of
romp signs. 10 6 705 S.W.
2 BR LAKEFRONT unfurnished. $300 Saturday. a.m. to p.m.
to standard ignition), new deep cycl.ball.ry.
goodies. Thurs. S Fri. Itchg 4/27 6th Street Call 496-1314.
and utilities. (SR121)) Itpd.
month plus deposit
Trailer ha'and.m wheels (all WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA
new) plus two new extras, new bearings Please write P. O. Drawer 280, Starke, 4733856. Stpd 4/27.5/25 4/27
TRAILER 2 bedrooms I'/
and seals. $2500 or trade for Fla. 32091. 4/7TF MISCELLANEOUSRATTLESNAKES SINGLEWIDE -
travel trailer of equal value. 782-3684 WANTED-ADULT 3 WHEEL BICYCLE bath partly furnished $275 per month
to see. Itpd 4/27 964.5971 ask for John., Itchg 4/27 WANTED Dead or plus deposit. Plantation Farms, Bradford Alr-ConditlonIng & Electrical
Alive) Cash! Top Dollar! We pick upl I Keystone. 4732467. 2tpd 4/27.5/4
FISHING BOAT: 12' fiberglass V-hull, 2 WE BUY Spanish moss, turkey oak cuttings AC,
30 FOOT CAMPER Single preferred. '
live wells, 7 hp Sears motor, less than knees.For Info call 448.2344.Itpd 4/27-5/18
cypress ((904)) full bath A refrigerator, everything furnished Beat The Heat with Preseason
hrs. trailer all wheel
20 ; new bearingsand 364-5601 collect 8tpd 4/27.6/15
light. $600. 289.7291 eves after 6p.m. MOBILE HOMES month. 4732667.except cooking 4tchg 4/27.5/18 gos. $200 Service Check

Itpd 4/27 FOR SALE HOUSE FOR RENT with option to buy.
Keystone area. Completely remodeled Special $ 22.95
4 BR, 2 BA new kitchen, fireplace'
ONE FULL ACRE with all Improvementsfor
extra large storage area central H/A,
mobile home. Zero down paymentto fenced backyard, walking distance to 10% Dlec. for Senior
qualified buyer 19646407. Itchg schools $490 per month plus utilities, Citizen
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESMajor 4/27 first and last required. Call 4734911. t /trA1

ENORMOUS FOUR BEDROOM ext. 377 daytime or 473-2527 alter 6 Call for Appointment :,. .t, .
Retail Furniture, Appliance, Electronics doublewide delivered and set up.TTaL p.m. Stpd 4/27.5/11 Nowl 964-5166 964-5171
$289/mo. 9646408. Itchg 4/27 or
Chain Opening Soon... HANDYMAN SPECIALS doublewldes RENT TO OWN. 2 BR mobile home, zero

Benefits Include NOW... Taking Application. $9995; slnglewldes $1200-$3995. 5 down payment. You pay moving only.
e Excellent Income a Sales Personnel homes to choose from. 9646408. Itchg 9649172. Itchg ./27COWART'

C Insurance Programs Credit Managers 4/27
Promotion and Advancement Warehouse Managers 1918 DOUBLEWIDE REPO 10 year note, Career City CollegePicture
Good Working Conditions Bookkeepers easy qualifying low down payment.

e Employee Purchase Program a Delivery and Set-Up Crews 9646407. Itchg 4/27 _

Opportunity to Relocate a Telemarketers HIGH RIDGE ESTATES 14X56. 2 BR, 1 yourself in a rewarding
BA, good retirement or starter home.
6409 Beloit Ava. Ride by then call Career TODAY
473-9090, Evenings $24.500 OBO. Air Conditioning
2tchg 4/20-27
FARMERS FURNITURE Contractors e Word Processing e 15-Week Word Processing

CA6027626 e Private Security e Data
LAND FOR SALE Entry
'APPLIANCES *,*,'ELECTRONICS I 964-8025"]I Business Accounting Medical AssistantAseasyasl23

I'/t ACRE LOT with septic, electric &
Apply At: JOB SERVICES OF FLORIDA Water N.E. Keystone Hts., 12500. .

609 N. Orange Street Starke 17 475.2724.2tchg 4/27.5/6 Serving Bradford County
ACRES of hay producing pasturewith
and surrounding counties '
964-8092 1984 DW MH barn fenced Call TODAY
EEOC Employer assumable mtg. Motivated seller. R.T. for over 15 years.

Lovorn, Realtor 473-3234 or Carol. 377-1464
Coombs, 473.3801.2tchg 4/20.27
LAKE LOT Hill Crest TRANS3TONADDONSYSTEM
Oaks $' ,900;
$500 down; $r81 month. Phone 5700 SW 34th Street Gainesville FL 32608
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S 3 'til ''L Well Drilling MobileHomes m:.1 wall-to-wall carpet,drapes and kitchen appliances Ovslta laundry
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"- April 21, 1989 TELEGRAPH TIMES& .MOMTOR SECTION Pace I IllLStarke


HELP WANTED YARD SALES PERSONAL SERVICES
l Area Ads .
I J CHRIS11AF)LADY WANTED to care for
elderly lady In, her home. R.....re. SEWING MACHINES CLEANED AND OIL CARPENTRY REPAIRS porches, screen,
qulred. 529-9006 Penney Form Itpd ED new and used all makes and doors Installed, plumbing pointing
4/27 model, $15. James Strickland etc. 9646232. Itchg 4/27
MOBILE HOMES SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT Apply In 964-8733, Hwy 233 a 16 (Morgan Rd.). RITI WAY ROOFING CO shingles, leaks
FOR SALE HELP WANTEDNEED p.rson. Town a Country Exxon, 800 S. 3/23TF fixed, ,..roof., new roof, mobile
FOR SALE Walnut St. Itchg 4/27 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri, Apr. 28, 9 un homes, carpentry 1 yard work. Free

INSTANT 12x24 Add-A-Room for house EXTRA CASH OR A FUUL-TIMI CLAY CABLEVISION hot an opening In til. Electronics, books, pictures, estimates W.T. Turner Starke,
I ACRI WITH MOBILE HOME dbl. or mobile horn. Full both, ihaetrock, JOB Sell Avon. For Information call STark. for general office work. ApplyIn (jewelry clothes, toys S much more '&1.-.3392.964.2976,964.7612. Itpd 4/27
port 2 BR. 2 bo, fully lurnl.h.d, cor- 2x6 floor |olt.. waher/dryer hookup Romano 782.3068. 12/29TF person at 357 College Drive Orange located 301 South Woodland Acres, DANNY a WAYNE'S LAWN SERVICE free
pecan RN !POSITIONS 2 full-lime lust below 301 Qulk Slop on the left. estimates. 9642213. 4tchg 4/20-5/11
and pear tr.... Appraised ol $27,500! ; hot water heater ceiling fan. $4800. positions Park. EIE. Itchg 4/27 of
Estate Eve available. Med/Surg experience PEP-O application foreaihlerclerK. tchg 427FRIDAY WILL DO HOUSECLEANING any day
tola $23.000. Hwy 225 ( .. 4733627. 4/I3TF now taking
Hwy), 4 ml. South of SR 100. 3 ml.Bayl.N. of SEVERAL ITEMS 1 fiberglass truck top referred. Paid lime off rrogram.Apply Apply 620 S.Walnut. No a SATURDAYI4/28.29. 9 a.m.-4 the week. Call 964-3440 or 9643391.
SR 16. (slot* of E.S. Oliver ((904)) per for LWB truck, $150;aluminum topper to Lake Butler Hospital phone call.. Itchg 4/27 p.m. Almost brand new electric Itchg 4/27
Center SR 100 a 121. Lake Butler typewriter $50; PCJr. IBM Computer J K STUMP GRINDING Call days or eves.
47M24S. Will consider financing. 4tpd for LWB truck$100; garden tiller 9no. THI CITY OF STARKI I I. now taking application
4/20-5/J1! $175; Draw-Tit trailer hitch for '88 4962323.316TF for petition of police officer. monitor and program, $250; 9649300. Stchg 4/27-3/25
EASY WORKI I EXCELLENT PAVI Auern- Household Items and clothing. 1715 E. WILL WATCH a CARE for your child or In-
have certified itandard
ONI FULl ACRI with oil Improvement Chevy pickup $75. Call 964-4380; after Must police
Call St. HRS
Itpd 4/27 Stork. home.
for mobil. horn. Zero down 6 p.m. call 9646238. 2tpd 4/20-27 ble product at home. Call for Informa Apply city hall 209 N. Thompson fant In my
paym.nt YARD SALE Apr. 29. 92. SR 15 toward 9643521. It 4/27
to qualified buyer 19646407. PLYWOOD 4 ply CDX $8.14; Wwalerboard tion. 904.641-8003 ext. 9S79. 4tpd Street Storke Fla. W.M.. WeJdpn's of- registered.
Itchg 4/6-27 4/27" prison take oeft on CR 225. Look for BIG LITHE, SHORT OR TALLRandy
4/27 $6.50 Treated 4x8 tattle lice. Itchg
; .. Many items Itpd 4/27 will wash them
FLORIDA TIMES UNION. STARKE Thompson pressure
ENORMOUS $8.99. Stephen Smith Lumber 7 mile
FOUR BEDROOM BRANCH SALESPERSON: Guaranteed BIO YARD SALE) Thurs-Fri-Sat. Kids and all! 100% satisfaction guaranteed!
doublewlde delivered and set up. South of Stark an 301, 468-2624. 4/27 alary 20 hri/week. Experience In LAND FOR SALE adult summer clothes, some like new.Misc. Houses, pools, trailer, bu.ln.**...
TREATED LUMBER No. 2 and better
T.TBL 5289/mo. 964 6408. Itchg 4/27 sales and telemarketing helpful. Item S miles South of Stark.on sidewalks. Randy Thompson,9643477.
HANDYMAN 2x6x8 $3.11 2x6x10 $3.39 2x6x16
SPECIALS doublewldes ; ;
SE 33 Ave. 9644271. 4/27 4/27-5/18
Itpd 4tchg
$9995 $6.29. Stephen Smith Lumber 7 mile 9645165. Ztchg 4/13.20 100 ACRES six room houie and born.
; lnglewldes $1200.53995.
5homes
FRI I SAT. 4/28-2 l 9-3 412 Bridges PALM a CARD READER having problems
REGISTERED NURSES a LPN't for home p.m.
south of Starke 301. 468-2624. Owner will finance. 2000Acre.
to choose on Itchg
from.
9646408. St. All furniture will
Itchg visits. Brodford-Unlon County Oreo. and everything mu.t ? What your eyes see your
Phone 964-7771 964.4537. 10/20TF
4/27 4/27. or go. Travel trailer. 9643728. Itpd 4/27 heart will feel through love, business
Part-time and full time. Flexible hour..
ItIB DOUBLEWIDI REPOt 10 COLOR ADVICE LOT FOR SALI IV OWNER In city no
FRI a SAT 4/27
y.ar not, 10 til. Glassware household and 782.9802.Itpd
Excellent Health Care Service money.
Call for pay. Upjohn mobile home. Zoned for modular
a y qualifying low down payment. a personal no-obligation Mary Items, bit of everything. SE 11th St.,
904-964-8772. 4/20-5/11:
4tchg
home 5000. Coll 964-3764 from 8-5
9646407. Itchg 4/27 Kay Color Awareness consultation. Rd. follow
Forsyth signs. Itpd 4/27
HIRING SEVERAL NOW.To$14 hour.Palnt.r. .
per after 3 and weekend call
Sandra Reddish COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Director Mary Kay p.m.: BIG 2-FAMILY YARD SALE lots of
*, welder, heavy equipmentoperators
964.5251.3/16TFrw
FOR SALE Consultant ((904)964-5091) concrete construction all everything. Behind Madison St. Baptist RENTLEASESALEOFFICE
*
((904)479-3214.)
phases and helper. Call now 355.51OO.! .... Church follow signs. Frl & Sat. 1123
SEVERAL ITEMS 650 watt microwave RALPH BRYAN REALTY," .7. Neil Court. Itchg 4/27
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At Iowa. $125; sofa bed $195; dinette $135; Job Report $95 fee refundable. 2tchg lANDI) LOTS OF LAND In every direction FRIDAY SATURDAY 9.4 1.8 ml. SPACE 500 sq. ft. for rent on
p.m.
$14.99 pr month. Call 9646946. TF manual treadmill $150; Fisher components 4/20-27 from Starke. From l,000/ocre with EZ West of Tatum Sawmill Lawtey. Follow Hwy 301. Stark. Apply at Durronce
NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum without speakers $200; baby OFFICE WORKERS. S3 $9 per hour. Hiringnow. term yellow signs. Cancel rain. Itpd 4/27 Pump S Supply, 9647061. 8/2STF
measures 24x36" $.50 each. Great for clothe $25. 964-2611. Itpd 4/27 Full time, permanent. Need four SHORT ON CASH 1.42 acre, well t 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE US 301 S. across
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 WASHER a DRYER$200 for both.Washer trainee 355-5500. Job Report $95 septic: Only $250 down. from Wal-Mart/KOA. 350mo.
W. Call St. 9646305. TF $100. 944-1301. hpd 4/27 fee refundable. 2tchg 4/20-27 f 3% FINANCING available for packagedeal PERSONAL SERVICESWANT 964.8848, eves 4733627. 12 BTF
APPLIANCES reconditioned SEVERAL ITEMS Maxim lawn mower ADVERTISING GRAPHIC ARTIST ReiponIblllty on land mobile home, well septic FOR SALE BY OWNERS: small mobile

relrlgerator. washers. dryrt. ranges, double bagger 8 hp 30"cut Briggs and ad. sales Include all phases for tale of creating and pole, set up and ready to move TO DRINK. home pork on Griffis loop (Rd. 10O-A).
air condition.*. Ed'Appliance, Part Stratton motor, 5 ipeed. Paid $1300 promotion .tolt. IRALPH I THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS I Four lots with three mobile homes and
a Service 310 E. Call St. 964-2966. Stpd new. Asking $000. Used one season. coordinating the art dept'Contact Irontlllon tocomput.rlz.d BRYAN REALTY,'......7. WANT TO STOP? room for more. Rental Income $700
3/30-4/27 Call 964.8204 alter 6 p.m. weekday; graphic Dennis 'OURS I monthly Call after 6 p.m. 964.8970 or
Miller Citrus Chronicle, P.O.
THERMAX VACUUM CLEANER with attachment anytime weekend 2tchg 4/27-5/4 County Alcoholics Anonymous 964.4430 or 9648705. 2/16TF
Box inverness, Fl. 32650.
*, 2 yr*. old Ilk. nw, $550. USED WHEELCHAIR reasonable. Call 9047261441.1899. fcan 964.4150,964-8614,M4-3619 OFFICE FOR RENT Hwy. 301 Rent
473.2345 alter 6 p.m. 4tpd 4/6-27 964-0580.Itpd 4/27 pd 5/28 negotiable. Contact Ron Denmark
CRUISE SHIP JOBS men/women.
hiring
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP Buy., **ll. and SEVERAL ITEMS firewood $10 for CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed: Free 964.5516. 413TFCOMMERCIAL
trod... Sell n.w and ued lurniture. truckload; a pair of glass patio doors, 300.900 weekly. Photographer, tour Classified Ads estimates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.. RENTAL 3200 plus sq.ft.;
miscellaneous Item 304 N. Orange. guide, eosin worker, etc Excellentpay Historic Call St. business district old
Wicker rattan and decor Item, potpourri plus world travel. Hawaii, Caribbean Owner Tommy Reddish 964-85S9. TF ;
and IncenseOH TV and Itpd 4/27 BULLDOZER WORK $40 p.r hour t.n-cent store. Will renovate for good
72 MOTOR HOME come by and make Bahama CALL NOW! If leave tenantColl Bill Green, ((904)) 222.7500.
microwave a* well 301 E. Call St., 782.3306, no answer 782-3954
call refundable
964-3250.4/6TF offer Also '75 Dodge Charger $650 or 1-206-736-7000 ext. 105C ( Get Results name and number. 8/23TF 4tchg 4/13-3/4

NEW a USED WOLFF TANNING BEDS best oiler. KOA Kampground S. ). fcan WELL DRILLING, PUMPS a SERVICE Our- FOR LEASE 1000 s.f. building, partially
Manufactured for ham or commercial Walnut St., top at office. No phone TRUCK DRIVERSi need Boyd Broth.rsTransportation Oftdrivers. Vance Pump A Supply Co.. Water completed for fast food business. Hwy.
u... Top quality. Immediate delivery. call. Itpd 4/27 experienced system specialists. 864 N. TempleAve. 301 964-8447.. eves 4733627. 4.20TF
Fr. color brochure. Save thouiand. PROM GOWN full length size 7 worn Up to$.29 mile. Paid insurance .. US 301, Starke, 32091. 9 8TF FOR LEASE 1250 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S, across
Call today! 18002236743. fcan once. $35. Call 496-2253 after 530.: and retirement. $1000 safety bonu SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME day week from KOA/Wolmart. 964.8447 or eve
Call AL 1.800-392.8056, NTL
BUDDY'S AMERICAN MADE JEANS Itchg 427SEVERAL long term stay. 4682619. 11/I1TF 4733627. 4/20TF
Direct from manufacturer better lit ITEMS antique octagon lamp 1-800-343-8923. fcan WE MOVE MOBILE HOMES FOR LEASE) 2000 sq.ft. Hwy 301 S. across
long.r lasting economically priced. table, 17x35" slab ol marble. scalloped PART TIME .lOB-Florlda Tim.. Union [CHILD CARE)) 964-5606/STF from KOA/Walmart. 964.8447 or eves
Starke Branch salesperson
on 3 sides), seven Kodak carousel slide ; TUTORING SERVICES Is child 4733627. 4/20TF
Order struggling
today. Save $2 polr. Call your
p.r
Guaranteed 20 hrs/week. Experience
FREE 18004584270. SOLID AS GOLD. trays, assorted luggage. 9648508. 1 Itc. In salary.sales and telemarketing with D's, making C's when they RENTAL PROPERTIES FOR SALE 3 house
fcan 4/27 are capable of making A's? Coll (one 3 BR, and two can be 3 BR or 2 BR
RESPONSIBLE PARTY to take overpayments FOUR LIVING ROOM CHAIRS excellent BABYSITTER helpful. 9645165.NEEDED Itchg at 4/27 home from \ 964.8594 after 12:30 p.m. I. 26TF with a den). Will .Individually or all
on Spinet-console piano. condition. Reasonable. 9643421. Itpd my CARPET YOUR BATHROOM) several color togethsr. Serious buyers only.
until 6 $50 week 9644889.
noon -
p.m. -
4/27 choose from. $45 Includes In 9645377. Itchg 4/27
Can be teen locally. Call Credit Dept. Itchg 427CHRISTIAN \ ''II' to
9042548232. 3tchg 42054SNAPPER KIRBYS-KIRBYS-KIRBYSi new rebuilt used -- -.-'*--- stallation. Browns Carpet Service,
LADY non-smoker to live
9648806.RIDING Itch 4/27 MOWER. 8 hp $450. Repair, sales.and No reasonable part for all offer make refused.AI with elderly lady In Keystone Height. I twill watch and ROOF 4732347.REPAIRS 2tchg A 420.27 PRESSURE WASHING

Young Vacuum Center. 3'mile* light housekeeping. Must have own 9646341. Call Terry Parks for free
10WS.TENTS.IACK..ACKSSI..plng North of Starke on US 301. 9646918. car. Room board small salary. Reply care for your child estimate 4tchg 4/13-5/4 HELP WANTED
bags, outdoor clothing, and P.O. Box 6006, Storke, 32091. 2/26TF
2tpd 4/27-9/4
camping accessories. B8J Outfitter In ADVERTISING SALESPERSON wanted for or infant in HOME REPAIR SERVICES roofs, docks,
RIDING LAWN MOWERi 8hp Hahn $275. my .
lawn service,.h.d. 20 experience964.4239. EXPERIENCED
Gainesville, corner of SR 26 and 34th Bradford Telegraph Apply 135 W. Call yr.
9648313. Itchg 4/27
7823864. 4tpd 4.13.5'4
St. 376-2721. 4/20-27 Starke home.
2tpd St., Starke 32091. 2/26TF- LEGAL SECRETARYNeeded
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 8' hood, fire
J. WILSON 25 YRS. EXPERIENCE commercial -
SIDEWALK SALE Thur-Frl-Sat 10 .6p.m.
LIL' CHAMP FOOD STORES Must be 21
system, cash register rang., fryer, HRS Registered. sweeping parking lots, concrete -
Plnehurst
from Southlde Variety Elementary Store,School.across ale, 2 double door gloss front cooler year of age, hove valid driver license work patio, driveway, painting, by busy Starke law
964-5587.:TF and more. Call 964-3754. Itpd 4/27 and 4/13-3/4 telephone.' Apply In person. 4tpd all type, Indoor and outdoor, all office. Must have word

NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE dealer, THE CITY OF LAWTEY I I. now taking applications work guaranteed. Free estimates.782.9802.ltpd processing experience.

regular machine and terger for a permanently full-time [ 1964-3521 ]] PRIVATE COLLECTOR 4/27 will buy gold and
Plnehurtt .Variety Store, across fromSoul".ld. JK Class C operator for the waterplant.Pay silver coins. Discreet and confidential. CALL
Elementary School. I I. negotiable. All'appllco'lon
Call 473.7473 964.8175 write
or or :
964 5587. TF StumpSpecializing must be In by Friday,Apr. 28, 5:3')p .... Coin., P.O. Boy 332. Lake'Geneva, 964-8272

HE ITA9RrR\;\:PP.M.fPP'rycon I4Q\ NGSr..!see apes<;l,1 ut;""llIe dingsengineer '1"io .","."' ...... .. ........,..'" -iI' ; ''4jgll.a.t 1 !.tV.HgY' ?1' .s.u1: aj13JOS einft,. _. .... .._-- _, .ev ir ,.* ] i 32660. 3tchs 4/20-3/4 :

tamped construction prints, 'urlnUlng' OPPORTUNITIES |IN""AUSTRALIA: AFFORDABLE!
3,000 standard sixes. 30x40x10 $3485; opening available In several areas, -------
40x60x12 $6275; 50x79x12 $9186; in will train. Fo into call ((312)) 742.8620. T.H.12. APARTMENTS
60x100x14 $13895. Call for free 362. 4/20-27
ext. 2tf Brownlco St.
922 E.
brochure today. 1-800-643-55S5. lean Removal .
Stump THE SETTER riw River Correctional Institution
AMONG AMERICA'S IAROESTI Ray Is *eking o qualified tile setter Camp BlandLng Rd. oiiMoii ''Work; <&rtf

Dean Farm/Contructlon equipment for its facility In Raiford. This I I. a Starke FL 32091(
auction. Second and fourth Tuesdays 9 964-9300 temporary position. The salary I I.$8.78 ,
a.m. (AL907)). Hwy. 84 Wett. Dothan. per hour. Applicant must have a high 964-7133 CR 22ge N.W. 28th St. Starke e 964..613
AI 2056923164. Auction available at school diploma or Its equivalent and

your ploc. three((3)) year experience In the trade. 2 & 3 BR. family oriented with
Interested applicants should contact R.
ASSISTANT MANAGERS POSITION Nate Holton Personnel Manager, ((904)) laundry & largo playground.

AVAILABLE 964-4000 ext. 537 or apply In the Personnel Fret electricity first month.

Office. EOE-M/F. Itchg 4/27 Rent 30% of your monthly

Duties to include plant, fleet and accounts. Salary REAL will train ESTATE and SALESPERSON license. Call 964-3069 NEEDED income if you qualify. Crawford'sConstruction

$25,000 annually. Excellent benefits, including ask for Susan. ERA Faulkner Realty. -If you earn $3.35 per hr.,'-10h
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hospitalization
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Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091 START days after left let.5Qualifcd.in month,for fIt'c.in Types of Work!


I Evenings 6-10 p.m. New local Singles Accvptctl.Movein .

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help. We offer excellent starting pay; $10.00.
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good working conditions and a chance Law Income,
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DOB:DESCRIPTION 10/10/46 10/15/43 Most "What's XV:

HEIGHT RACE/SEX.3 While Male on
WantedFlorida
WEIGHT 185 Lbs

Y HAIR: Blond Department of Law Enforcement "
EYES BlueCOMPLEXION
: Commissioner James T.
: MedIumBCARSMARKSTATTOOS Moore has announced the state'sfirst tonight?
: most wanted fugitive list.Those
} Unknown featured in the bulletin are serious
--h SS NO.:283-40-1041 felony offenders and often will meet
Thomas R. Geers FDLE NO.:2089500 the statutory definition of career it could be.
.
PHOTO "1R4 FBI NO.:None criminal.It
NCIC FPC has been that citizen
AKA. Hubert. Draytun Harley Jr : proven
PO PI 15 PM PO awareness has helped in finding
Dl DO 16 PM 14 these individuals. It was announcedthat
I
REMARKS Wanled for Trafficking/ In a Controlled Substance.Conspiracy to the nationally syndicated televi-
1 Mftu ,n"Condoned Substance Escape Aiding and Abetting an Escape sion program, "Americas Most ,
and unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution Geers escaped In 1985 from(heM Wanted" is featuring Florida's most
of the Sunshine Network
TOLL FREE 1-800-342-7768 have agreed to include the 'Most
Wanted bulletin in their statewide
POLE CASE NO: !>22.39.OOD1 coverage. This is a tremendous opportunity -
AUTHORITY: MadISon County Sheriff s Office.Florida Department 01 LswEnlo".n. for us to get widespread
FBI-Jacksonville FL exposure and hopefully make quick
work of putting these fugitives
behind bars, said Moore.



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from page 3B Roy Shane Jackson charged with months, attend DUI school, 50 hours
DWLS, presented valid license, community work,Tri County Proba- The
vision one Latest
in Scientific
Martin Kendrick Belote pled guilty ordered to pay $52 court costs. tion one year. Discoverieswith
Akins with NVDL, failedto
Jackson charged with running charged
DWLS; ten days in jail, fined
$12025. stop sign; ordered to pay $52 court use designated lane; dismissed.
xt1
Timothy Tyrone Tyson pled guilty costs. your|.@| PARRALSatellite| System.
DWLS; fined $120.25. Mickle Thomas Smith pled no con Misdemeanor Court
Penny Brown Woods pled no contest test wilful-wanton reckless driving; Jose Delaluz Saenz pled guilty illegal .
unlawful tag; presented valid $52 court costs. possession alcoholic beverage;
!tag, costs suspended. David S. Sucharzewski pled no court probation 90 days, violate no

Danny Ray Coleman pled guilty ing contest; $52 wilful-wanton court costs.Sucharzewskl reckless drive should laws 500 not word have essay alcohol on why in minor
NVDL; 60 days court probation, pled no contest open posses-
write 500 word on why shouldnot sion.Donnie
essay container of alcohol; dismissed. criminal
Risby pled guilty
be driving a.ld present valid
Joseph Brian Stafford pled no con- mischief; fined $190, six months
license test DUI; fined $700, license court probation.
suspended five ten days in
years Sammie Thompson pled guilty
Mollie Henry Darrah pled guilty Jail, attend DUI school, Tri County
reckless driving; $52 court costs. possession marijuana; Tri County
Probation one year. Probation six months, 100 hours
Darrah unlawful tag
pled guilty ;
Stafford pled no contest reckless
community work, violate no laws.
provided proof of tag 60 days court
fined
drying; $146.50.
John Rowland Luke
pled no con
probation. Stafford charged with NVDL, test battery; six months Tri County Sierra m. Stereo Satellite Recelver/Descrambler
DWLS, fleeing; dismissed. Probation, violate no laws, 50 hours
Darrah pled guilty fail to maintain Alfred Charles Campbell pled no community work waive court fees. Powerful
proof of insurance; provided proof of contest DWLS; $52 court costs. Marilyn E. Duncan pled guilty issuing -
insurance 60 days court probation Hidies Akins pled no contest DUI; worthless check; provided Features
concurrent with above.Joseph fined $437.50, license suspended six proof of restitution, $25 court costs.
Thomas Hill pled guilty Include:
unlawful I tag/ ; dismissed. Built-in Antenna Positioner

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Ronald Lloyd Byers pled no con-
test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County
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Dennis Robert Hengle pled no con- >; What. I
test DWLS; fined $120 25. ( ) LayAMon.Sat. -

Hengle pled no contest DUI; fined (OWelcometion ) .
$437.50, license suspended six mon- 9a.m.tI16p.m.
ths, attend DUI school, 50 hours
community work.Tri County Proba- -- .
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I News Briefs. I

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Recent ArrestsIn Patrolman Kinard Perry. Two Robert J. VandenHouten. 22, of
Bradford CountyThe pieces of what appeared to be crack Lawtey was arrested April 23 for FIIP Troopers
were found on the floorboard of the DWLS, expired tag according to Continue License
vehicle. Bond was set at $5,000. --
following arrests were madeIn Patrolman Gordon Smith. He was TFN-a
Bradford County by local released Vehicle Inspections .
after
authorities. Leslie Stewart Speacht of Neptune a $465.25 surety bond TULLER
Beach was arrested April 2 for DUI, was posted. Bradford CountyThe
according to Trooper Donald Dean.Speacht's Florida Patrol will Chiropractic Center
John Andrew Mayton, 45, was arrested Kenneth M. Kowkabany, 26, of Highway
blood alcohol content be driver license and
was conducting
April 21 on a capias for two Jacksonville
was arrested April 22 Office
counts battery and two counts of 20 percent. He was released on his for DUI, according to Patrolman H vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- Keystone Heights
assault,according to Deputy Harvey own recognizance. D. Griffis. Kowkabany's blood ing the week of April 28 through May 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd.
Rhoden. Bond was set at $2,000, he alcohol content .10 4 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
was percent. He
Michael Shewmaker, 37, of CR-16 CR-21B
SR-16, CR-18, ,
released his
own
was on was released after
a $500 4737213PAIN
recognizance.John Gainesville was arrested April 1 for bond surety CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231,
DUI, DWLS, improper tag, according was posted. CR227R221, CR-230 and CR-100A
to Dwain Hudson. He Bradford .
Trooper
in County.Recognizing
Lamar Crews, 19, was arrested Joseph Brewton, 63, of Starke was
released his the presentedto
was on own danger
April 20 for disorderly con- arrested April 22 for DWLS, accor- defective vehicle
duct, harrassing phone calls, according recognizance. ding to Trooper Roberts. He was the public by will
to Deputy Rhoden. Bond was released after equipment, Troopers concen- INJURIES
a $215.25 bond
Arvil Walker of surety their efforts vehicles being CONTROL
Shealey, 52, trate on
set at $500 for each charge. Crewswas was posted. .
additionally charged with viola- Hampton was arrested April 24 for operated with defects such as bad Headaches Work Related
David brakes, worn tires and defective Sports
tion of probation for trespass, DUll Goodner.according Shealey's to pickup Sgt. truck Michael Steven Gray, 20, of Mac- lighting equipment.. In addition, at- .Neck&Arm -Personal ,I i
criminal mischief and two counts of clenny was arrested April 21 for Mid Back
will be directed to drivers I
was stopped on SR-100 after it was tention Auto AccidentsirIIA
while license suspended DUI according to Deputy Thrift.Bond .
driving
observed weaving and off the who would violate the driver license Low Back 4 Leg
on
(DWLS). Bond was set at $344 for was set at $5,000, he was laws of Florida.
roadway. His blood alcohol content
those charges. released on his own recognizance. :
was 23 percent, said Goodner. The Patrol has found these checkpoints
to be an effective means of enforcing -
Alonzo Purdom, 54, of Starke was Shealey bond was released after a $500 Karlos Dean Moss, 28, of Starkewas the equipment and driver DR. RICHARD C. TULLERCHIROPRACTIC
arrested April 22 for disorderly intoxication surety was posted. arrested April 22 on a capias for license laws of Florida while insur-
according to Deputy failure to appear DWLS, according ing the protection of all motorists. r
Barry King. Purdom was allegedly Traffic to Deputy Rhoden. He was released CARE
standing in the yard yelling and cur Bobby Adam Boyd, 23 of Mia, FL after a$120.25 cash bond was posted. Union CountyThe WHEN YOU NEED IT -
sing his wife and chasing her. He was arrested April 22 for no valid
Patrol will
was released after a $250 surety driver's license (NVDL) and DWLS, Man Arrested, be conducting Florida Highway driver license and 24 HOURS A DAY 7

bond was posted. according Bond was to set Trooper at $ 20.50 Donald, Boyd Dean.was Fails To Pay For GasA vehicle inspection checkpoints during DAYS A WEEK
the week of April 28 through May
May Garnder Franklin, 34, of released on his own recognizance on Jacksonville who left
man SR-121 SR-231 SR-241
4 on SR-100, ,
detainedfor Office Hours: I
but is
those being
Jacksonville charges
was arrested April 21 without for later
paying gas was apprehended SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
on a warrant for grand theft, according St.Lucie on a charge of failure to and charged with retail CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- Mon-Fri, 8:30-6:00: : p,m. Sat. By Appointment I
for DWLS with bond set at
to Deputy King She was released appear theft. 796A in Union County. II
after a $1,000 surety bond was $504.20. Victor Jerome Blaney allegedlyleft I
posted. Baron Oil Shell Station April 22
Albert Leroy Smith, 50, of Starkewas
without for the he had
paying gas
Roosevelt Martin, 19, of Starke arrested April 21 for DWLS, according to Sgt. Gerald GflA
driving under influence (DUI), according pumped
was arrested April 23 on a capias
and
Hayes. Blaney a juvenile were pg1CE
charging burglary (failure to appear to Deputy Danny Thrift later apprehended and Blaney was SAt
Bond set at $620.25, he was
), according to Deputy Rhoden. was arrested Bond was set at $150, he 29
He released after released on his own recognizance.
was a $250 surety was released on his own
bond was posted. The
Patricia Louise webster; 34, was recognizance. juvenile was
Thomas Lee Franklin 25, of arrested April 21 for DUI,accordingto ville released address.to an adult with a Jackson- 18fv

Starke was arrested Arrii 23 on a Deputy Rhoden. Bond was set at
capias for violation $437.50, she was released on her own HSVFD Makes 23 RunsIn I
petit theft, according to Deputy recognizance.Dean .
Rhoden. Bond was set at $105.75. March and April i
Evert Selbe, 34, of
arrested During the months of March and
JoAlice Goodman, 59, of Starkewas Hillsborough County was
April Heilbron Springs VolunteerFire
April 20 for DWLS,according to Cap-
arrested 22
April on a warrant
Department made 23 runs.Five
tain William Tillotson. He was
charging reckless display of weapon bond were structure fires, 17 were woods
released after
(failure to court costs), a $215.25 surety
pay according fires and one call was a Rescue
to Patrolman Cheryl Belcher. was posted. assist.
She was released after a $50 cash
HSVFD would like to thank those
Christopher Douglas Compeau,21,
bond was posted.
who have contributed to their
was arrested for NVDL, according -
Kenneth building fun. The property has been
to Lt. Hinds,Jr. He
Johnny Stubble Martin,35,was arrested -
cleaned up with another work day
released after
was a $250 surety
April 23 for failure to
appear planned to finis. The community
bond was posted.
for loitering prowling and violation cominued support is requested in

of probation for possession of drug Octo Corbert Burse Jr. 27, was order to start building the station.
paraphernalia, according to arrested April 19 for bWLS, accor-
Patrolman Feltner. Bond
Jerry was to D. C. Roberts. He Hint
ding Trooper Safety :
set at $620.25, he was released on his
own was also charged for Alachua Coun- Test, clean and replace the bat
recognizance. ty with DUI failure to appear, teries in all of your smoke detectors

Herbert Albert Vansyckel, 33, of possession.Burse was released after often; at least once a year. /
Lawtey was arrested April 22 for surety)( bonds totalling $2,215.25 were They cannot operate properly, :,

possession of cocaine, according to, posted. without good batteries.
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