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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1988
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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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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Outside. >SeeBSectJoapap7B

Spring-like weather prevails, but there may be a 20 Inside. 1)
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chance of rain today, Thursday.Mar. 3. A 15 mph Southwest wind
this afternoon is expected to blow in clouds, bringing ram and IICTION Al pays
ble thundershowers on Friday. possi Hard New.. .12. . . . .1.." i1nr1pJJ,
Saturday skies are expected to be clearing:: with a nice week-end Idltarial. r.g.. . . .4A II
,forecast. Temperatures will be moderate during the period with The Social tern. . .?, ..S4ASICTION
lows In the upper 40's and highs in the 70's, It 12 fog.i 1137770$

There will be a full moon today. Old-Tim MocIlcin.low., . .1.1 YOUNG L
Sunday April 3 Is Easter;'and clocks will be moved forward an Area Dmrtht. . . . ,2* UN I VERS
hour, since Dayl.ght Savings Time begins the first Sunday In April Hack History . . ,ass f' Heaven'
ebruary rainfall was 6.09 inches over North Florida, 2.60 inches New Irlef*. . . . .',7. 0
above normal for the month. It. ClauHlee.' . , .*-7i RO: UtEFUIJ I F _.Fl ?PR1; .1- Cents Copy .
33rd Issue Thursday March 3. lyss USPS "2-700




Worth 1Qting 6,955 Registered Here for Super Tuesday -I I



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Six thousand 145 Democrats and registered as "others,"" including In- ted delegates to the Democratic national offices to count the votes for these the following viable candidates will
Day of Prayer... 810 Republicans are qualified to voteIn dependents, etc., are not allowed to convention, The Republicanballot dropouts even though they are no. appear Tuesday's ballot:
Bradford County Tues Vote Under Florida's "closed: does not allow candidates
World day of Prayer,sponsored by "Super the option of being longer
Church Women United, will be day" Presidential Preference primary" system, "undecided." Only 43 absentee ballots had been Democrats: Michael S. Dukakis

observed Friday, March 4, beginning Primary' March 8. Although they have already drop- cast through Tuesday, according to Dick Gephardt, Al Gore, Gary Hart,
at 11 a.m.k in the sanctuary of the If 1984 history repeats itself, 40 Under a- party rule,. Democratswill ped from the race, the names of Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn Jesse L. Jackson, and Paul Simon.
First United Methodist Church of percent of the registered membersof have the choice of marking their Democrat Bruce'Babbitt, and Ballots are still available for those Republicans: George Bush Bob
Stark A covered dish luncheon will both parties will go to the polls- ballot for 'undecided' It they are Republicans Alexander M. Haig and who cannot go to the polls March 8, Dole, Jack Kemp and Pat Robertson
lolloin\,' the church's Fellowship more than twice the number of the not yet ready to register a Pete Du'Pont will remain on the and may be returned to the elections .
Hall nation's 19 percent turnout In the 'preference in the presidential race. ballots, already printed before their 'otf ice up until 5 p.m. Monday,March Polls will be open from ? a.m. to 7
Everyone is invited, last Presidential Primary, These "undecided" votes will be 'withdrawal 'the state elections office 1, p.m, in Bradford 24 voting
'The 122 Bradford, Countians counted and assigned to uncommit has instructed county ,elections Excluding dropouts, the names of '

,Special Olympics...
precinctsMobile
The Bradford County Outdoor
Special Olympic Games are set at 4 .
'p,hi. tomorrow (Friday, March 4))
II'' at 9-30 a.m., BHS track: ,
Over 70 developmental disabled
adults and children have registeredfor Home
the track and field events.
Volunteers needed. For more into,,
,contact Brenda !latlejohn, BMS, V7 &
46800..


Motorcade...* fiw Park ,

C-Cap (Coalition ot CItizenS' % ...
Against; Pollution) is sponsoring an 1ry
.awareness day program and motor- '
cade Satuday, Mar 5, at 9:30: a.m. Plans
fhe group will assemble on the w
Santa Fe Community College parking Iw'
lot, where gospel music will be rM" .
presented by local churches, prior : y

to the motorcade, which will leave, yvc Okayed
:about 2 p.m. and proceed to .
Ellerbee curve on R-12l, about 3
miles north of Raiford. .
Buster'itahn'
See Section'B ot the Telegraph, 0, by
for complete details,. BCT Staff Writer. I
ire 1 i, :'the Starke Zoning Board approved -
Azalea ,sal ,.. n a request Thursday Feb..25, to :a
'., rezone 5 acres on Brownlee,Road
:The annual azalea sale, sponsored 'I (Weldon St) from R1A single fami-
by The Gainesville $un and' r. % p' ly residence, to RM2 for a, mobile
the Starke Woman's Club is set, home park, by John Odom Ill
Saturday March 5, on the porch ofthe After hearing Odom outline, his''

Woman's Club from 8 a.m. until t.r.. ,- -- -- .- ; L plans, the board ,voted to recommend "
the l.SOQ plants are gone, approval of the request to the

Price: 10( for $12.50. Definitely ,Superior... city commisison
The property is located on the'
The Jazz Dancers ,with Bradford High Marching Band spiced up Bottom: Tushina ,VanZant Donna Padgett' ; Samantha .Jones* Erlka 'north side of Brownlee Road, just
Medicine Show... halftime performances with the band last season and two weeks ago perBanks, ,' west of the VoTech Center,with 330
formed their way Into the hearts of the judges at the District Band Con-i.1 ,,. ft. frontage. .
.. fommy Sunshine Scott's Industries Medicine brings Show the includinK ':, test In Gainesville, winning a superior rating, the highest possible," 'CaThnv? C, and. ctc.Jl!?n"Wanda Tew, Lilly Mueller Burgess. Shannon.Wolf, Renee Mc. : The mobile home park' will provide \
The BHS Jail Dancers are U-rU !
a blue grass band, magic; for 25 rental Sites, with five
''and sharpshooters, plus-you can 'Units per acre. 'the developer will
meet Gong the Gorilla. When: 2:30 Bradford High Band Earns Superior Ratings build a 660 ft. paved street,. 40 ft.
p.m. Sunday, March 6, Where: BHS : : wide in the center of the park with --
audItorIUm. '-' ... ....... 12 home sites on one side and 13 site
Proceeds to be used to build the Bradford High School band Fillyaw, Karen Black and Michelle Spnvibul Beth' Mckinney Amy Hendnx, clarinet: Jason Morin, on the other. ,
handicapped center in Starke's new members participated in the Hendrix;, clarinet quartetKern ,Ferguson and Allison Archer.. trumpet) Billy Stephens, Trumpet Odom said he will install city
industrial park. Tickets: available, District Solo and Ensemble Festival'in Fillyaw,Karen Black, Michelle Hen- Jazz Band- Robert Boone Andy and Steven Thornton. trench horn. 'sewer and water lines into the park,
'at Chamber of Commerce, 964-5278 Gainesville, February 19 and 20. dnx and Dede'Cox; saxophone 'Goodowns;, Noy Sprivibul, Mike Ensembles tying into existing lines near the
judged excellent were:
quartetRobert Boone, Scott Dun Ron Southern Villa apartment complex.
call 9647699. Scott Duncan
or McElroy,' ,
Those receiving superior ratings clarinet quartet. Melinda Powell, According to Odom, the land is
Srivibul Mike McElroy
can, Noy ; Wishardt, Paul Coleman, Kim
'will be participants in theState/ trioJennifer Dodge, Kim Johnson, Debbie Browning and high and dry, some 1,800 feet from
snare Kenny Burch, Dale Cassels, Billy Starling,
Clas of 1978. Festival, in May. Angela Davis Quartet
trumpet
;
,Clark and Kevin Blankensmp. Billy Stephens, Marshall AlbrItton,' the part of Green Acres Subdivision
'SolOIsts judged were' Marshall Albritton
superior Jimmy Quiette
'Class that lies north of the big drainage
of being 'Jen-
Plans
1978: are Marshall Albntton Micki Kevin Boone Jimmy Quiette Kevin Boone and
trumpet
'made for a reunion this summer. It Becker flute; Robert Boone, alto ,Dance Team- ,Wanda t Mueller, niter Dodge, Kenny Clark, Karen Billy Starling ditch, with a buffer of trees betweenthe
is tentatively scheduled to be held on sax Kern Fillyaw. clarinet Sheila few, Renee McCarthy, Kristi Hodges, John Frampton and Micki Instructors' for these students- two areas. 'the mobile home
June 18,.In Starke, Danielle; Smith,oboe and piano. Ball.Erica Banks, Shannon Wolte, Becker clude Buddy'Bali, Bradford High park Wilt have access only from the
A meeting will be' held Sunday ,Samantha Jones, Donna Padgettand Receiving excellent ratings were; School Band, fammy Whalen, majorettes -' Brownlee Road entrance, and will
March 6r at Shan Edwards Johns at Ensembles receiving superior Amy Noegel. majorettes- soloists-Kevin Boone, trumpet; Jennifer 'and 'dance team,; Donna not have through' traffic. into Green

,;'J:30: ( p.min. the Country ,Club :ratings, were; clarinet trio- KemDowntown Rosalyn Taylor, Renee Hewett, Nor Hodges,,snare drum;, Michelle Paredo. Acres.
Estates Residents from Green Acres protested
If interested In helping finalize the' a mobile home park in the
plans or, ;addressing envelopes area some two years ago when a
please attend. 'Revitalization Project Nears Completionby' larger parcel was asked to be rezon-
If your address has changed since ed. There was no one present to protest -.'
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the five year reunion- please call the current proposal
Sonya Teniy" Baldree at ,473-3863, Buster Rahn, 'U I 'Odom said he plans to restrict the'
Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at 964- 636, BCT Staff Writer +. T "I'I : park to new or almost. new units, in a
,Mark Reddish ,at 964-6822 Christy' Following' many months, of on # natural setting, since tie\ plans to
Redding Torode at 533-2505 or Shan .again, oft' again construction, delays .. : leave as many trees as possible.
Johns at 964-4840. and irritations the I Downtown j of,,, .,., Zoning Board Member Warney
,*. Revitalization Project is ,winding .: Adkinson moved to recommend ap-
"* 4 "
Class of,'1938..., down., Engineer Jim Robinson told 1'i' .., .... ..'I, proval of the request and received a
.the Starke council Tuesday, March 1.: ... : < '.I( second from Charles Jackson. The
BHS class of 1938 will meet Mon, 1, during its regular meeting .' ,''J: J, 'vote was unanimous.The .
a day night March 7, at the Western Robinson' said Columbia Paving ''.li..' city commission will hear the
Steer Steakhouse at 6 p.m?, Co. has gone as far as possible with .r' (1'il'\' request Tuesday, March 15. ,
its work and for workon f ':L" board advisory
is now waiting .'''I1I'f'!' ,The zoning is an
Over 55 Golf.... the Walnut and Call Street intersection group to the city commission, and
to be completed, to makes recommendation to -
Join the I "over 55,1 Men's' Golf' prior only approve
Association now forming Play with ,finishing up. ,........,J,.. or reject: zoning matters.
"We to submit final
,others in your age group. Play week- hope paper-
ly tournaments, scrambles and work to the city council at its next ,Bd.'of AdJustment...

other variations. regular meeting, effectively closing Zoning Board member Sam
Sign up now and help develop the the project," Robinson said. ''c' Bassett transferred to the Board of
ground rules. Two or three small items remain Adjustment, leaving one postion to
An organizational meeting will be to be done, such as picking up be filled by the city commissionerson
held 'at the club house, Monday, debris setting border grass and Installing ....- the Zomng Board.
,
dram of
at the corner
March 7,at 10 a.m. a One vacant position remains on
Walnut St. and SR-100. The city retains .tfi'
'c' the Board of Adjustment, also:
old -- -- -
ownership of the brick; using Assistant Zoning Director Janet

Drug Free Schools... some and storing the remainder; Retention Pond' is.Draining Properly Now... Turner expects the city commission
Good Job... ," to fill both vacancies at, its next
Kerwm Bell, quarterback for the Robinson'' was the first to 'say, .Mayor 'Travis Woods back to camera, says the was one of the major holdups of the downtown regular meeting after which both
University of Florida Gators, and "'The should be proud of the Job retention pond beside the railroad for the new city revitalization project. Shown above l-rs Engineer Kick boards will reorganize, electing a
city
Mark McGriff; Gator tight end, will French.' Columbia Paving Project Manager Ken
parking lot Is working properly now.A Cooper Nursery board chairman and vicechairmanfor
speak on drug abuse at the Brad- (See Downt wn..p.2A) crew filled In the south end. got the slopes correct. It, Sweet, Engineer Jim Robinson and Mayor Woods. the year
ford High School auditorium at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, March 8, on drug

adults abuse. Everyone is Invited to students attend this and' Glitches Revealed in .School Purchasing Procedurescorrected I

event, sponsored by the Drug Free .
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Schools Program, --- ..

by Buster Rahn "I originated the concept' and I school year, and re-stocked'ln July voices, duplicating a job supposedly invoice or a credit memo
BCT Staff WriterA believe in it but.we cannot operatethe tomeet, budgetary, considerations.The done by the warehouse, personnel from the vendor.

Homemakers to Meet... recommendation by Purchasing concept (of central warehouse is now delivering When asked why the second audit, JSita Richardson the business
Bradford Extension HomemakersClub Agent Mike Reddish to allow school purchasing)," said Reddish, who supplies to the ten cost centers: m Finance Director Jean Chitty said manager at Florida State Prison,
will meet March 10 at 10 a.m. principals to make purchases and immediately asked for section 4 of Brooker, Hampton Lawtey and "We are covering our tracks." Obviously says the institution business office
The meeting topic will beMicrowaves approve invoices was discussed in a the draft to be deleted. Starke, and picking up supplies in Ms. Chitty meant in makes corrections of invoices as
/' two hour Feb. 24 workshop to review School Board Member Rodney Gainesville, Jacksonville and other military parlance, "Protecting her needed marking off freight charges
Hostesses will be Midge Fnck,Edna the newly distributed proceduraldraft Hall replied, "Deleting section 4 cuts points of origin. The truck driver ''flank" since the object of accounting .changing unit cost to confirm to the
Harley, Lillian Pearson and for purchasing and warehousing the heart out of the system andputs said the truck is sometimes dispat- is to leave an audit trail, rather purchase order and correcting
Dorothy Fedak eliminates central purchasing, ched to the Jacksonville book than to "cover one's tracks" arithmetic mistakes.The institution
Reddish, the former'' business us back to where we began." depository to pick up a single box of Further discussion'revealed that business office then sends the vendor
manager for the school system was Reddish gave 'fragmented books. the Finance Department refuses to a copy'of the corrected invoice
Mz. Contest. last year named purchasing agent resumes of the job being done at the The School Board is attempting to correct the invoices of vendors, ,along with the check.
Ugly .. "
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and moved to the Operations Centerto warehouse saying, fhe time has: consolidate all purchases mto a under the mistaken assumption that
The Mz. Ugly contest Is set supervise the warehouse, come to manage the warehouse' single entity but purchase orders the Auditor General is critical of the The prison system business affairs
March 12,7:30 p.m., to be held in ,establish a computerized Inventoryand but did not explain Just what he, continue to be wntten in various procedure- Contacting vendors for office a subject to the same accounting -
the BUS auditorium. central purchasing system.- meant by the cliche which was places prior to being sent to Reddish corrected copies of Invoices is both 'and audit procedures as ,the
Reddish has five repeated several times. school system.
employes working for approval and distribution. time and and
consuming expensive
Antique'Show... under him and a budget of $80,000. Hall observed that the problem Merchandise Is delivered to thewarehouse delays payment of bills. Reddish complained that vendors
annual Show 'fhe board found the central purchasing might be one of staffing, but Reddish by the vendor,where it is Ms. Chitty' said In a recent instance make partial shipments and over-
The sixth Antique system Isn't working. Linda did not ask for additional personnel, diviate
unloaded then distributed to the she called a vendor in Minneapolis shipments, and generally
and Sale, sponsored by the StarkeWoman' Alday who works for Reddish said or attempt to justify another positionin
Club, Is set March 17-20 various cost centers along with a to get a corrected Invoice to from the terms of the purchase
at times she has 30 Invoices his department. '
as many copy of the Invoice., one in which the error was orders, creating problems for his of-
Bradford Fairgrounds on replace
at the and it takes up to five hours to Reddish said shelving in the '
process turned to j invoices less than one dollar Mrs. Chitty,the fice and the Finance Department
US-301 north of Starke., and When the discussion!
them,which means to check the warehouse is complete, contains doesd'tpay
in which It was learned that the, finance director said she Purehasing..P.w.
invoices against purchase orders some $44,000 inventory; Invoices but a (See
...T" :' .....'-YP.1v verify the arithmetic,etc;:. should be exhausted at the end of the Finance Department audits in- Incorrect requires M.
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sir On Solid Waste Plan


by Joe Cissy the Florida State Prison acreages,
The Policy Advisory Committee about a 15 mile haul from both Baker
(PAC) of the Norm Central Florida and Bradford counties, and even
Regional Solid Waste Master Plan ,closer for Union and DOC. '
N r bi has called upon private enterprise to Since a high water table exists
enter into their deliberations. there the lined pit will be shallow
At a meeting in Lake City Monday. with earthen levees constructed
Feb. 22, they decided to Invite around the edge and wastes will be
private enterprise and specifically' piled mostly above ground, Darabi
Waste Managemant Systems, a Explained.In .
I, commercial enterprise engaged in order to cover the deposits dale
the collection and disposal of solid ly a borrow pit will be located adja-
wastes, to submit an estimate of the cent.
price they would have to charge to Tentative plans call for about 2 4
,dispose of the ,wastes generated in acres to be developed immediately,
the region.A to lessen the impact of initial costs
-i "range of proposals"" from then an additional 2V4 acres in the
private enterprise is being sought, first five year period. ,
as a basis for comparison with the At the present level of solid wastes
----, coats projected by Camp Dresser fc now being generated in the tri coun-
,w.-",.i ?a.r.Y wfw"",, McKee (CDM), the consulting firm ty area, it will require about one
Straight A's at S.E... which made the study for the 13 acre of landfill per year, said
This study was com Darabi. .
These third, fourth and fifth grade linden made straight A' on their report Nakbha William and Undwy Woodfln. pleted county Jan.region.31, this year Bradford Commissioner Joe Rid-
card for the third ilx.week grading period. From left la right In the roan Renee demon, Heather William. Keha Because of the time needed to dick stated that legislation is being
From left to right on the front rows Rhlnannon Bolt, Raiheeta Chandler; 'Wilkes. Junle Colts, UM Thomas,Tlmlthy William.Christine NeKrbty --. prepare an estimate the next prepared that will,'if passed reimburse -
a Amanda Welch, Bobble Jo Pike. Angela Illlllard Jame Ilankenon Emily Larson, Charlie Brown. Bynne Harrl and Cassandra Jarvfe.Smith. ", meeting of the PAC has been up to 75 percent of the costs of
Hartley" ,Sarika Patel, Jason Thompson. Christina Thornton Drew Walnwrlgbt delayed until Monday March 14,thus recycling.
giving private enterprises, and, An ambitious effort towards
I specifically, Waste Management recycling should decrease the
Systems time to prepare estimates amount of wastes delivered, to, a
In the meantime, Frank Darabi, landfill, and lengthen its'life, thus
.1.1I engineer for Baker County has reducing the costs of opening new fill
estimated the tipping fees for a tri. areas,as well as reducing the cost of
county coalition With DOC (Depart- closing areas filled to capacity.It .
.rw r .war. saw ment of Corrections) to be near $25 is also, being considered for
.wUaaa M arw.a .a.r a, ,,,,a aw per ton, compared to a 157 per ton legislation,that the price paid by the
.estimate from CDM. power companies for electricity
'5 rr.u .A ... These are "solid numbers,'" said generated by ,energy recovery
Darabi, and "they conbe used for .systems of waste incineration be in
budgeting purposes. proposedsite creased.
for the New River'Solid waste Florida Power is now paying only'
,Association (NRSWA) comprising 2 cents per kilowatt hour for power
the three counties of Baker. Brad generated in Tampa by a garbage
ford and Union with DOC as a fourth incinerator, and a raise of 2 cents
4'I party is located at Elierbee curve, per kilowatt hour could change the
1/ in, Union county on property within plant from a loss to a break even


'Ii Duncan Seeks ReelectionCommunity I


Veteran Bradford County school College. The future
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-:...-. .... -- administrator Jim Duncan announce leaders of our county should expectthe
.Tuesday,March 1,his intention to best education, possible,
'Starke Elementary< These,tint second and third grade students made straight It.'e on their report, Nichols, Miller;' Eric Reddish Brian Kelly Jessica Baldree. Derek Bradford schools. ID4

,cards for the third six.week grading period. Calnei Jason Prevatt Jason Hutchbon,hairy Cora, Nancy HlUebran, Aaron Duncan 48, is completing his first 4
From left to right on the front rows Kristen WaIn..rlflbt.Ma.y, Stephens, Will Woodfln Mcbole Warren and Lorraine Curtner. term as superintendent of schools

Hartley Demetrius Drives,'Angela Ray atasha Dean,Jenifer Rounlree.T.R. In the back row from left to right: Dlptl Patel Renae Morgan Brand Jones, and Flonda his 24th public year schools.as an In educator Bradford in

Meier Joseph CoUbu Paul Lee Carrie Fonytb, Catherine Vlckery: Morgan Stacy raton.Matt rUllate.... Morris Mahoney Curb Kinney Carrie Thompson, County since 1970, Supt. Duncan
rill Erin Luke Hope Patterson Adam Shelter and Earllca, Young.' \Andy Brown, A.n Huiulnger Crystal Melvin, Jay WUkenon, Kim PharU.Adrlenne .. taught at Bradford High School and
f In the middle row (1 to r): Matthew Crews Brandon Prevatt Christie Cotta Padgett. KeW Williams Ted Curtis,Chris Cox Michael Porchlazxo. 'served as principal of Lawtey
,Shelly,Karezewskl Amanda Koehler Melissa r-teri. 1\.... han Rosier,Tiffany and Travi. Crew. Elementary and Bradford High.
t Supt. Duncan states: .
.' "1 am announcing that my intentions -
are to seek re-election to the office ... .
Downtown
of superintendent of(schoolS In
Bradford County. It has been my r' -

(from page 1A> John Miller,. chairman of the see problems that escape the atten- council to consider paving the area pleasure and a great honor to have .......r ,
,tractor did a good job under difficultconditions. downtown committee, was creditedby tion of others" adjacent to the Rosenberg building served in this position the past three .,; T -:: :'

." Silcox for contributing many Finally, Miller expressed his for a parking lot, saying he has years, and my continuing concern ,,
Commissioner:Vernon Silcox ex- hours of his time to the project, help- thanks to Bob Cooper who held the found tenants for his building across for the educational needs'of our ,::,'
pressed his sentiments by saying"I ing to bring the project to a ,successful sub-contract for landscaping in the the street, and they will need park I county case me to again seek the
,don't believe there ever has been a' conclusion. proJect area. ""Cooper went beyond ,ing spaces. leadership position of superintendent .
,. I project completed like this.,It:went Mayor Travis Woods echoed the' what he had to do to satisfy-the con- The city recently purchased the ;
as good as a project could go...'' ,concilatory and praising remarks of 'tract and worked. veryvery well,.."' old "Brown"' building which stood "Our county has'a'"great"opportuiuty
Robinson and Silcox all said Miller between the Rosenberg building and to provide quality",educatlou: ,
;, Silcox continued,paying there was, saying, "It. : : ',
A. .. .
: ** for citizen with pre-school pro*. ,
every
'lots of criticism; and they had to .came out well" Miller 61st thanKed tnMowntown the railroad, and had it razed, leaving '" Jim
operate from day to day, at times Commissioner Charles Schaefer merchants lor their cooperation and a vacant lot. It is this area to grams through the postsecondarylevels Supt. Duncan
but "it really looks good." admitted he had been critical during patience during the construction which Register referred. of the Vocational Center and Announces lor Ro-Ilcctlon
Silcox credited Columbia Paving ,the construction period but ,is now, period. Mayor Woods thanked Registerfor
Co.with doing an excellent job, say- pleased with the outcome. his comments, and said the coon-
ing, "I want them to know had a Silcox said "Schaefer's compliment Register' Comments.... cil will take the suggestion under ad

tough' job with many bosses7 is the best of all,since he could Freeman Register III,asked the visement. MOVE FAST! Modal


I Big Crowd On Hand To Protest Rezoning azois+o

.. <<..J Take advantage of our low price

I by Buster Rahn troducing the Yugo car and Mitsubishi ,get the council 'to go on record status of the Rosenberg building but special ,and get the fast, easy away

BCT buff Writer truck lines being acquired by against pollutionand asking council local Attorney Bill Bessent, to move leaves and trash -
The hearing room was filled;with Massey Chevrolet Co. members where they l stood} on the spokesman for the group failed to A POWERFUL WEEDEATER -
4 'some 20 people spilling out into the The promotion In which hazardous waste treatment plant. .make the meeting Year"Warranty
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lobby 'when city commissioners W,000-8oqo()(( will be spent locally, will Councilman Schaefer said, he had Gene Matthews, a long time proponent BLOWER.
.opened their meeting Tuesday, Feb. includes pony rides for children. .not discussed the ,matter with other for preserving the building,
,16, after which the pony will be given council members, ending that line of apologized for Bessent's absence, SAVE UP TO
.Obviously, many, of ,the people: away Hubbard said. The promotionwill discussion and asked for time on the agenda at
were present to protest Earl C. require' use 0(..the parking lot fray lor said his group will hold a the next council meeting. -
Findley's request .to rezone 4.58 and arena. meeting tonight (Thursday; Feb 18) $40 GAS POWERED
acres in the corner of Wilson Road 'Commissioner Charles 'Schaefer at 7 p.m. in the Bradford County Grant Writing... .* 140 MPH AIR VELOCITY
and Parker St. from R1A ,single said city limit lines run through the, Courthouse with the public invitedto Mayor Woods reminded the council -
ONE HAND OPERATION
family residence ,to R2A. multi- fairgrounds, with much of the property ,. discuss the effects of hazardous that city grant applications mustbe *
family units., ,: including the arena, in the waste indmeration On foil' water submitted by Monday Feb. 22. VIBRATION DAMPENING HANDLE
When Mayor' Travis Woods banged -,' county., "I don't like the idea of an' air, your health, present and future;' 'J//1" city plans to seek grants for BOX .
.his gavel to open the meeting, outsider coming here when we havea Representitive Chance "Irving has" ,phase It of the downtown revitalization ( )
Assistant Zoning Director 'Janet tax' paying dealer In'' town" been invited to attend. and funding for the Rosenberg Only 0999IN .
Turner came to the podium to say Schaefer told Hubbard 'and the''au, The group will also hold a motor- property.
the request has been withdrawn. thence The Orian Wells Chevrolets. cade Saturday morning, March 5, assemble!:
When asked if the request may be re-' Oldsmobile dealership is located in beginning on the Santa Fe, Community Mayor Woods said Linda Day has
,submitted, Ms. Turner said it can Starke but it does not handle the College parking lot and proceeding proposed writing the downtown
be, but it will have to" be readvertised -, Yugo. or Mitsubishi lines of vehicles to the Ellerbee curve' on- grant for 1000. Ms.Day has written WEEDEATERo
and follow all legal pro-. Attorney Brown said *'1 believe It'' SR-121. north of Raiford. prior grants for the city and cut-
cedures. is outside our jurisdiction," effectively ,Gospel music by area churches
rently administers two grants, the the new sae no rand blower and otttw w..d Eater quality products siStork.
ending. the request to use the will be presented on the SFCC park' downtown project and the Reno .
Massey Chevrolet... property, ing lot. pnor to forming the motor Fin. Pest Control K.ystoae Haight'
,, housing grant, both of ,which are, Starke Pow., quip. Bob'Lawnmower a
Jim Hubbard, representing ade.1Rosenberg'! ,nearing completion. ,639 E,Coii St 438 S.Walnut sr. Cholnlow Repots.Hwy 21 N
., ,Massey Chevrolet Co. of Gainesville, Citizens' Meeting.,. Building... The council discussed the, 9G4-5745 964-8568" 473.02337eL
sought permission to, use the Dean Traylor, substItuting' for 'possibility of having the application oaeso.d.by mess,,Osbma.s."as.6..sal T.1o.,GA317113. c.o 1&l2 362Lisa'
for automotive sales Claudia Godwin,spoke to the councilin The. Historical Board Trusteeswas made by its engineering firm, Bes- -- AIIhouoII-_bran_noawd a_eN.r sea aaaarl..._se say sna
fairgrounds an .. r or you.N.cs do.s not....saes,.1m a call((912) :3.2.1396.
promotion. regards to a "Citizen's Coalition on the agenda to discuss\ the, sent, Hammack and Ruckman, 'a..aaea.... Wt gunnM actoquM nock.xMmud pea:.
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Hubbard said the firm will be in- Against,\Pollution"' attempting to. -
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School Board Member, Jimmy replied, "We're working on it.". 'ROBERTS INSURANCE,
Scott an accountant said those After two hours the meeting broke'' .
discrepancies" "come with the ter-, up, with no decision made concern- Service
story" and :should be taken in ing the procedural draft. Complete ( nsurance ; YouR ndependent

stride if the system functions properly Supt. Duncan said some things Insurance
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purchase orders drew some dISCUS- "We've moved into central purchasing PHONE: QUOTESWELCOME ; : }\}: :
sion from. both Reddish.and the and it is the right thing to ."
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construction of a blanket purchase Supl.Duncan said some tighteningof GEORGE ROBERTS SCOTT ROBERTS ,. : :< I' I

order but Hall's view conforms to loose ends Is called for, but procedures AGENT AGENT. ,,",;,1 I I., AUTO .HEALTH, ;,LIFE.
acceptable accounting disciplines will continue as outlined. ../' .',,; >, .
according to the Department of.the Certain schools will continue to ': ; .HOME,e BUSINESS
Auditor General. wnte purchase orders in limited, 'Representing These Fine Companies: :'4T ;:j"!.;;;, ,"': .
Reddish said software for the corn situations Duncan said. "i ," ;lt: ':' '" -
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raiser cookout Saturday March 12, be 50 cents a bag. ,
from 11 a.m until 5 p.m., :The public is invited to drop by 964-7826
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Way on'SR-16 and CR-225 by the proceeds will go to the department.. _
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Tough Year for New Taxes,

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Legislators Tell Local Educators

hooked on NAPA ,
1t'$ a tough year to. find new
revenue, sources, some 80 local
educators were told by an education "
union leader and three state politicians Batteries!
last Thursday night, Feb. 25,
at the 6th annual legislative
Bill Dance
awarness dinner,sponsored (By the -
i Bradford Education Association. Host of ESPN's Bill Dance Outdoors
Teachers will receive a salary Increase -
of 4-4V4 percent predictedRep
George Crady O-Yulee when s w
asked by BEA President George '
Bowen, master of ceremonies. Gov *4 Whether you choose the
Bob Martinez has 7 percent in his t Commander's Edge"1 combination
budget for teacher raises. Education ,marine starting and deep cycle
Commissioner Betty Castor has 8.5
percent in her budget request said i battery, or the Manner's Edge1"' for
Pat rornillo, president ot the marine starting only, NAPA Marine
statewide teacher's union the ---- Batteries of
Florida Education Association. give you plenty power
The teachers first listened to ror to spare!
nillo say the prospects of any new
-+tsible tax or major revenue source NAPA Power Check'" state-of.
are very dim. And a revival of the '
indicatorConvenientcarrying
sales tax on services is very. unlikely P charge
he added.
rornillo got no argument on the handle
tax situation from Senator Wayne
HoIIingsworth, D-Lake City, Rep Stainless steel quick connect
Chance Irvine, .Orange Park, or terminals
Rep.. Crady -

is Sen.$390 Hollmgswortn million in the hole said, the meaning state ------- -- -- ,4 NAPA))
legislators will have to find that Davis Smith Corners' Rep. ;
.much money to balance the 88-89 talks with
budget. $190 million is needed for Smith Rep.at George the annual Crady Legislative D-Yulee Awareness All the right parts in '
PECO, public education bonds to Bradford Education Association.

J2SO finance million building Is needed programs.for Another the remainder already'received $43 million or 15 guests all the right places':
of state government said percent of the year's expected total, school
Sen.. HoIIingsworth. This year's will be used for public education Duncan, asA.e.w HAM--..y a.NM Ce.p..eae,
PECO funds total $88 million;; the bonds which finance new school con and
previous year PECO funds totalled struction. The legislature will be AssC> .; e
$370 million. The governor is recom very leery of putting the lottery Tornillo
mending that some of the lottery ,monies, which can' fluctuate, into Layer,N- Motor Parts
funds be pledged for bonds to make recurring financial items; Crady 'and a ,
up the PECO shortfall, HoII educators. ) ,' .
ingsworth. said. said.Rep.. Chance Irvine pointed out ) !\:, : ,\ Brownlee. .,Starke ,' :-' : >":,U" ',:i'' ,::,
The tax situation is deplorable, to ;
there are things more important fornillo I .
agreed Rep.Crady,a member of the education than times, !. .',' ''I'I:' ;,;"
money. Many future : r ; \ :\\\r"\ ,. ''. ,
House Appropriations Committee. said Rep. Irvine, students trom a teachers I' '''' '
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Crady predicts three years of small county get a better'education pected .,.
,- austere state' financing. "That's, than those from a larger county. Florida I
when (Gov Bob) Martinez's; term The guys talked a lot about
.ends.I'm not saying he's totally dollars. They should also talk about broadest
responsible." taking heart and attitude, ..' probably the c:
"Don't look for any new taxes, or the most important things in a ,said, We',,,your NAPA Marine, Battery Dealer
any hidden taxes..., because we ran school system/.said Rep.'Irvine ,
the gauntlet on that, ," said Rep. The legislative awareness dinner'
,Crady.Crady. was catered by Oleta Hardenbrook The '
said the lottery money, of In the Fellowship Hall of the First in quality '
'.which.the state school system has United Methodist Church. Honored Tornillo, SKOl/S
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I City to Purchase Police Car ,on 800 VODKA

In a' called meeting Thursday, when a police, 'car was totally cant to '"
Feb. 25, the Starke City Council destroyed in an accident. Olticer ,cond 1.15 LITER
voted to replace a wrecked police Scott Allen overran the intersection, 59.3.. 44
car, using emergency purchasing at Old Lawtey Road and SR-16 East running 59 ,..
procedures at request of Chief of (Brownlee St.), while responding to Linda
Police Jimmy Bowen. an officer's call for backup support first
When emergency purchasing procedures The car crashed into a pecan tree ..MANNS
for automobiles are utilized, demolishing the vehicle but ml lie* was the
the bidding process is bypassed,and ting only minor injuries to Oltice voted 3-{) "I JACKDANIELS
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'etDlTOKiALSDER's ',It's Back to :the, Landfill Again



'I.. ., <, For Waste Site
Camp Blanding
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A condemned and closed 'Clay County

landfill on Highway-IB near Camp Standing's ,
Siting
Flawed Process of
main gate is back In the running as
a hazardous waste treatment facility site
Roost for tile State of Florida, it was revealed at
Comes Home to a crowded hearing in the Middleburg High

School cafetorium: Monday night.
A task:force of four DER staff members

'Everyone is familiar with the once How Georgia Did It..... fielded written questions for three hours :
from a sometimes hostile crowd of 250 [
popular game of "Musical Chairs'V. now The State of Georgia went about its site selection area residents Intent on learning the facts 4i

we have a new game that could be called process in a vastly different and more professional about a plant that will treat some 1.3

"Musical Sites"- the process being used manner than has Florida.the first place, Georgia million tons of hazardous waste annually ,
by the Department of Environmental established a Hazardous Waste Management from all parts of Florida. A

Regulation to picK a site for a Hazardous Authority which made the final decision. The Opening the tense session.Clay Commissioner -
Authority prepared and mailed out brochures to all Wayne Splvey set the stage by tell-
Waste Treatment Facility .in Flonda.A counties in the state, giving complete informationon ing DER representatives, "You're in for a

couple of months ago DER announced the pros and cons of a waste management facility tough night. We don't mind being a
and inviting proposals from aU counties interested bedroom community for Jacksonville, but
had narrowed down
that it the ongmal
in serving as the host community. we sure don't want to be the bathroom." W&
Flonda sites to five semi-hnalists Spivey said he failed to understand why '
which included Baker County. Then Among the stipulations was that each county citizens of Clay County were banned from

Baker County was suddenly dropped should submit among other things a map using the landfill for household garbage, (
from the list for I no clearly explained designating at least 3,000 acres for the site. This is a but it was aU right for the State to use it for
far cry from the criteria set by Florida, which hazardous waste.
reason. The favored 'group of five then specified a minimum of 30 acres, according to DER.In I Richard Wilkins director of DER's h _

became tour prison sites, RMC, lid FSP Waste Management Division, explained

and DeSoto Correctional near Arcadia-.. answer to "Why 3,000 Acrest". the Georgia circumstances relating to sudden changesin

plus Camp Blanding. RMC, the Receptionand Authority said: ."This acreage provides a large en- the siting process that had resulted in

Medical Center southeast of Lake vironmental buffer. Federal regulations require on-, three shifts of sites at Standing during the NIOC-"Not In Our County!"
and ly that the facility be no closer than 50 feet from the past 10 days, resulting in confusion on the
Butler was dropped
subsequently property line; however,the large buffer required by part of the public. "We don't want It In Clay County.' Commission Chairman Dale Wilson tells
the three other prison sites seemed to be 'the Authority lessens opposition from neighbors Originally, PER had its eyes on the DER officials at Monday night's packed hearing In the Middleburg High School
placed on the back burner by DER, apparently and provides land that could be used for a wildlife abandoned landfill site in a triangle at the cafetorlum. Standing In background are Commissioner James Jett and Wayne

due to a lack of planning for management area, timber production, or to accom- juncture of Highways 16 and 215 at Camp Spivey and Representative Chalice Irvine,'who moderated the hearing with
evacuation of prisoners in case of an modate industrial growth.' The site was later discarded in DER. -
the belief that its use as a landfill had contaminated
emergency at the proposed plant. When asked at the Middleburg hearing Monday about 55 acres of the 300-acre County, Florida State Prison in Bradford Representatives that the State of Georgiahad

Site Switching night, "What will happen 'if Congress refuses to site. and DeSoto Correctional near Arcadia done a more professional job of site
authorize disposition of Standing land for a hazar- DER then turned its attention to an were still under consideration in the groupof selection distributing pamphlets giving
DgH says it is still considering all four dous waste site?" The reply from DER was, "Well, 86-acre tract on County Road 225 between four sites to be submitted by DER to the full information on the hazardous waste

remaining sites (UC1V FSP, DeSoto: Correctional -, we Just won't have a site at Standing." Kingsley Lake and Lawtey at a. point Environmental Regulation Commission on site selection process and inviting all
where the road crosses the Bradford/Clay March 17-18. From these four sites ERC Georgia counties to submit proposals if
and Camp Blanding) to submitto That is the tenuous position in which DER finds
the Environmental Regulation Commission itself at this tune.SuperDuper. County line. After this was announced by will later select one site to be submitted to they wished to be considered as host com
DER as fHE site in the Camp Blanding the Governor and State Cabinet for final munities. He said the treatment facility
for a final choice of one to recommend area, it was discovered that the tract was approval before May. should be placed in the area where most of

for approval by the Governor: and 'already leased to the DuPont Company fora the waste is produced in order to reduce
Cabinet. AMERICA NEEDS YOUR VOTE I continuation of its mining operation on Corps of Engineers Role... transportation costs.

,the When asked if DER had consulted with
When earlier approached DER for Blanding reservation.A Wilkins was asked why the plant should
by *, supo T YOUR CANDIDATES ON TUES NOV 19BO *. I third Blanding site on County Road 125 the U.S. Corps of Engineers concerning the in waste-Intensive South
not be placed
site possibilities, National Guard officials i HMIMMMMi i MBIHH "No"
Wilkins
northeast of Lawtey had likewise been Camp Blanding site, replied ,
Flonda. He replied that the soil there was
at St. Augustine listed three locations under consideration as an optional site at He said he was unaware of the Corps' underlaid a strata of clay which
one of. which was the abandoned Clay Tuesday' Blanding but that was also found to be Jurisdiction in the matter."The Corps of would not prevent by surface water and
help
County landfill site in Section 12 at the in- under lease to DuPont. Engineers has oversight of all navigable from seeping into the acquirer.
,pollutants
and From That put us bprt at the landfill for a waters, and the landfill site at Blanding Is
tersection of 16 215.
Highways In the 1984 Presidential Preference Primary, Blanding site" Wilkins said, assuring the in close proximity to Black Creek a major DER also came under fire for setting the
the.National Guard standpoint ,this was Bradford County polled 40 percent of its ,crowd that this tract could be cleaned up tributary to the St. Johns River. Kingsley 'March 17-18 hearings at the North Campus

considered to be the "least qualified voter strength, including Democratsand and adapted for.use by a hazardous waste Lake, which is the headwaters of the:south of Florida Community College off 1-295
objectionable'*:' because it was not being. Republicans, This was more than double, ,facility. I Prong of Black' Creek is only, I'/i miles north of Jacksonville. "This is an Imposition -'
used for training.' the national average which was only 19 percent "What If Congress refuses to go along from the landfill site. on the people of this area who will
of eligible voters who. could have gone to the with passing the necessary law to make An unidentified speaker from the audience ''have to travel a distance of 50 to 60 miles to'

:it was generally' assumed, however;, polls' if they'Chose. Blanding land available for this purpose?"' told Wilkins that the landfill site attend these two-day meetings" Wilkins

r "that this site would not be favored by Bradford County is consistently among the;' Wilkins was asked. "Then there would be would be hazardous because methane gas was told. He replied that the meeting time

DER because of the expense of cleaningit highest-voting counties in Florida, and also no facility" he replied. will be generated by buried waste there for and place was set by ERC which schedulesits
,always weU above the national average-, Wilkins declared the three prison sites at the next 50 to 100 years. regular monthly meetings at different
up and preparing the land for construction record of which we can be proud Union' Correctional Institution, in Union Commissioner James ,Jett told 'DER locations around the state. '_, ,

of a hazardous waste plant Although Presidential candidates of both

Later it was learned that DER was eyeing parties set much store by the significance of DATES TO REMEMBER _

,. and apparently favoring another "Super ruesday" balloting, the political situation
in both parties Is so muddled and muddied MARCH Hazardous Waste Awareness 9:30 to 2:00
site at Blanding County Road 225 at a that it will be hard to draw conclusions from Day, a.m p.m., -

point where it crosses the Clay/Bradford results next Tuesday, March 8. SFCC Starke Center Parking Lot. See Section B. .' .

County line Then a couple of days later
Each party Is in the unusual position of having '
DER said it had Just learned that this site a candidate to whom ordinary rules of MARCH, 17-18 Two-day Hearing.,Environmental Regulation. Commission. '

was on property leased: to the DuPont politics cannot be applied, The Democrats Re: top four Hazardous Waste Sites '" '

4 Company, mining, as provided for in have the Reverend Jesse 'Jackson'and' the ".:. ?' -t k "NorUj. ".Campos, Florida Community, College. ,4501 Capper.,Road, "v\,'/..k.f" ?.,', ', ,'", I
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Republicans have ,the Reverend Pat Robertson. *> < ; '. ,
Federal .u ;
the original act conveying the Jacksonville :
land to the State of Florida. A third site at -'! r ", ,'' ,
As one'political observer points out both ,, ', t ,
:the northern boundary of Blanding, east
Robertson and Jackson intense '
generate loyalty -
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of Lawtey, was also on DuPont leased, among their followers- loyalty that is likely ,Letters to the editor

land, so it'was back to Square Onethe to bring a higher percentage of their sup-

old condemned Clay County landfill- for porters to the polls in a presidential primary>
site within than the supporters of other candidates, who ,'
a Blanding. are not necessarily so religiously inspired to Clarification of Statements Made Concerning BMS 'Environment'Dear ,

Legislature Blamed vote for their man.' For tins reason Super '
Tuesday results may not be a true indicator of Editor: Dunng my 6V years as BMS:: principal sibility for the success or failure of Brad-
DER has laid the blame for the rush political winds throughout the nation. 'I am to considered it a privilege to be responsiblefor ford Middle School. .
writing clarify several items
rush site selecting fiasco on the In other words a candidate with a small, but which appeared in your article of the school; however since July 1986, Dewey B.McKinney I

Legislature, saying that "they mandatedus religiously dedicated following must turn out February 25, 1988, entitled.Environment the full responsibility for BMS has been in Director of Personnel
to do a job in eight months that it took, only seven or eight of every 100 eligible votersto Too Restrictive at BMS?" the hands of John Mazzella who (Just as I Management&: Employee Relations

some states three years to do." At least'' win an average primary and in many states 1. Your article stated that 'Bobby did for bus years) assumes the full respon-
both Robertson and Jackson
one legislator has admitted that "part of have enough Ferguson asked Dr;John Mazzella,Middle
super-dedicated followers to out-vote other
the blame may be ours.'* He was referring candidates with less Inspired support. School Principal, and Dewey McKinney ,Time Stand Up and FightEditor I
to the long of several years bet- Director of Personnel Management and
delay
For instance, it is pointed out that in Iowa, Employee Relations, "Isn't the only thing find "evacuating";
the
:ween the time .Congress; passed the Robertson attracted a sufficient number of his Telegraph many people before
separating the school from' a the
Superfund cleanup bill and the time the disciples to the polls to win second place. But in sound of the door closing behind prison them" I am very concerned about the seeming' plant is built.It .

Legislature, at the 1987 session,'actually New Hampshire, with little organization and Please note that Mr. Ferguson's question lack of knowledge or caring with regard to is inconceivable to me that this'site is
moved on legislation to have, a site only a limited evangelical base; he did poorly. was directed to Principal Mazzellaand ,the proposed hazardous waste site two the only viable one in Florida. Rather, I
selected. In the so-called Southern "Bible Belt" Robert- not to Dewey McKinney. I ,miles east of Lawtey think our smallness and lack of political,
son's army of religious followers should give clout is throwing us up as the sacrificial
2. Your statement that "Fer guson's first Bradford County is a small communitynow
him a big advantage.: lamb.
If the Legislature had not, placed this question triggered a response by McKin- just coming into its own and we could, '
restriction on the siting process, the It Is also predicted that Jackson wilt rally ney" is in error. It should be noted that conceivably,lose everything. Our health is If we are to save our count from
hazardous waste facility might have been enough black voters low income farmers and Dewey McKmney didn't enter that discussion -' ,the first concern; such a plant has inherent economic disaster our health and the Investment -:
factory workers to win several Southern states until Mr. Ferguson made a statement risks, no matter how the government may all of us have made in this terrific
placed on some of the vast phosphate'' in addition to his stronghold, South Carolina. (in general) that he (Ferguson) didn't try and downplay them. county then we have to stand up and
mined-out deserts in southcentralFlorida fight.
But no matter whether.'SuperCuesday" will remember BMS having a history of stu-
where it would present no threatto project a true picture of the political dent disciplinary problems. At that point Land values will plummet throughoutthe It is my sincere hope that every citizen

anyone or anything. This land could ,temperature of the nation or not, it will be wat- Dewey McKinney entered the discussion to county. Those near the site won't be will attend every protest meeting held and
have been obtained by the State through ched with Intensive interest and interpreted declare accurately the state of student able to give away their homes let alone that businesses will allow their employeesto
by each candidate to put himself'in the best discipline at BMS when McKinney arrivedat sell them. No one in his right mind would take the time off to attend. Particularlyat
condemnation at a small fraction of the light. the school: as pnnclpal in February, buy property near or around a hazardous, the demonstrations and meetings to be,
fee that is being paid to the out-of-state' 1979. waste plant.; Emissions will contaminate held Thursday, March 3 at the courthouse''

firm Weston, Inc., to'make a site study The most Important thing now is to turn out 3. Mr. whether It is immediate or twenty years and Saturday, March 5 at the college and
expressed'
the vote on Super Tuesday and let the Ferguson concern
analysts 'at the
site.
that is now turning out to be'VlrtuaUy'' about:, from now we will reap the effects of such a
interpret the vote as
they may Growth is bound suffer
useless., a) All BMS students currently 'must plant. to just when Let's save our county I PLEASE!II t
Bradford County is attracting new
report to the gym every morning before businesses. Indeed the county, may just Margo Prescott
the school day where
begins they are Lawtey Resident
supervised until 8:10 a.m. (the first bus ar-: .
rives at approximately 7:30 a,mj, insteadof -
being allowed to walk around outside un-'
11 tons of hazardous chemical oil time to go into the school building. mij!uic *5rlool, ] JiJoarb :of Srabfori Qlaimig, 'loriba'

b) All students are currently required to sea M. TKUM*** AVINUC. TMMit. PLOMM aloe, tVOsW aeA.oo i iJM
sit at their lunch table for their full thirty
minute lunch period instead of being able maces .UMwwnn.oa ..

spilled on 'Montgomery road to leave the lunch' room when they've,, tSOlUTIOaj .
finished eating. .
'wh'h c) Students have only four minutes to WHEREAS the proposed_hazardous vast treatment plant sites
""- -- 1 everything except the 'Chemical Waste Management change classes without '
testing." being tardy currently under consideration In and around Bradford
Inc.'s landfill Emelle. could kill
.He said thai will take longer. acquatlc life If allowed to seep into The article concluded with this statement County art ,an unknown ind potential dinger'to' the
MONTGOMERY,-The headI I The green sludge extended the streams. '. : "Following the School Board ,''stud.nts" "acu\tI.s. and citizens 'of our school
of the transport company from length of I football field,and "The main thing i Is to gel this' workshop, one board member (who I was ,
whose truck chemicals spilled and caused four people minor skin Irnutlona. -' material up." lie said. "We're later told by the news writer was Dr; Len' ,,' 'ayft.a, ,,and

mailed accident nun-hour the traffic first said the The four were treated concerned because. we're, supposed Schlofman), said the tight discipline WHEREAS the prlaary acc.ss'route are i very, close, to. 'high,
wa Involving
and released from local .
a hospital to get rain Iat. reflects the thinking of Administrator
approximately ',$00 truck-load concentrations of students, and
a hospital spokesman said. They .
The waste material originated at Dewev McKinney, a former principal at
that had been shipped to, an apparently had tried to clean the Gate P1'be
Energy Products, a battery BM$
I Alabama dlf poaaJ site.. substance off their vehicles after factory In Gainesville Fla., said WHEREAS the factors affecting school. children on, an Immediate
Oa Wednesday George drivingthroughk '. Wllliford. statement made by the referenced' and. long-range basis have not been adequately addressed
LockharV president of Poco EDPollet routed traffic off tile Official said "the ,chemical Board member might tend to cause one to

vironmental Service, flew to heavily traveled Southern Boulevard ?, leaked from the back of a truck believe that Dewey McKinney approves of The ,School, Board and Superintendent of
Montgomery to oversee the where, the spill occurred, and traveling along the Southern the Items about which Mr.. Ferguson ex-' Bradford County School District do,
cleanup of II ton",pf nickel onto side streets Boulevard between Court Street pressed concern. However, for the record, ask by this.Resolution that all sites In and around Bradford County be eliminated -'

cadmium hydroxide that' had E.. John Willlford Of the and Rosa Parks Avenue, forcing it should be noted that during the time of as potential' sites for the location of a 'hazardous waste 'treatant
spilled that morning. Alabama Department of EDpo1lct to close that section of the my princinaiship at BMS (February, 1979 plant., .
"From a visual Inspection vironmental Management'aald road about 6 *,m.' It remained through June 30, 198S, we had excellent ,
welds broke and allowed '
and the the nickel cadmium hydroxide WM an closed much of the day. discipline without using any of the Dated,'this. ---15th!.- day of February. 1968. In the City of Starke, Countyof
tailgate to spill
open ma Irritant but posed no serious Worker first scooped the methods which
,were questioned,by Mr.
aid) Lockhart. whose Bradford ,
lerlal.
danger ,unless It was Inhaled .orswallowed. spilled chemical Into pUe along Ferguson.I' .
I It baaed In Walker La. '
company .
the roadside. A bulldozer then
"We're going to be ,working WUliford have great admiration for the BMS .
said the sludge, which pushed It Into, more pile, and florid"t E
around the clock to get through was being ,taken, by truck toFrom'The firefighters dumped H into yellow staff and I fully support John Mazzella's SCHOOLS

drums. .. .,-._. efforts to have a great school program for ?:;
Firefighters donned behneis and students. I am always glad to assist in any 4_
Huntsvllle Ala. 'Times heavy coat, boot and vinyl way that I can upon request; however, o wen. .. a..n a
overall a* they cleaned the since July 1,i5, It would be unfair for me
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Thursday: ,Feb. 18, 1988 :spin. The wast* material will betaken to take any credit for the successes)at BMS G.: '
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to the EmeUe landfill following and likewise: ,I take no credit for any item vrci-ti Mfr..
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/iteWhite-Howard 'Married, Tina: Hayes! RusseirRaW! :l,-3r

, }In ,February, 14' Ceremony 'S ;. Wed In' Jan. '7 Ceremony In StarkeTina

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:,' Miss Laura White and Mr.Trey Howard were united im marriage Sun '' Marie Hayes, daughter of Mr'and;' Mrs. Phillip Hayes of Lawtey,
\ .:"" day Feb. 14 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Starke. ocial. JL V ews +and Russell Edward Nail Jr.,, son of Mr: and Mrs. Russell Nail. Sr, of
" ', Centrally located, the Christ candle candelabrum of white wrought iron ... j .. Lawtey, were married Jan. 7 at 8 p.m.
was enhanced by candlelight and pink illusion bows and silk lowers. A ., Weddings The ceremony was held at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Starke
" lovely floral arrangement of pink silk roses served as a background. ,e Blithe Club New and was performed by Elder H.C. Reading. Nuptial music was providedby
;', Don White, Jr.; brother of the bride, provided sacred music at the piano. .a Engagement i Church News Social Event Pianist Dee Canova and Solist Patty Kay E1 He also was best man.Mrs.Gwen Sembroski played the pipe organ accompanied -.. c- -. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a white satin gown,
by Herb Stuckey on the trumpet.. Mrs. Ethel White, the bride's covered with lace featuring miniature pearl flower accenting the
,g! mother f sang the Lord's Prayer as the couple lit the Christ candle., ----,,- -- sweetheart neckline. She wore a pearl necklace borrowed from her
"",,' Chaplain Don White, Sr.. father of the bride, performed the ceremony. Births. mother. The veil was trimmed with pearls and edged with lace.The bridal
,Phillip Griffis was groomsman and Brian Canova and Tyler. Elder servedas bouquet was 9 spray of pink flowers, consisting of baby rOBes, carnations

The ushen.bride presented long-stenuned'red roses tied with white satin,ribbons i iSu.anne Troy Dustin WhittlePam and Matron glads.of honor was Kim Harris of Lake City''who wore a petal pink
to her mother and Mrs. Bonnie Howard, mother of the groom. and Raymond Whittle of satin moire, tea-length dress. She carried a pink nosegay with pale pink
Miss Mary White, the bride's sister,was maid of honor,wearing pastel Starke announce the birth of their' streamers Betsy Nail, sister of the groom, was a bridal attendant.'The attendants
,orchid taffeta gown.Miss Deanna Waters was a bridal attendant and worea 'IOn, Troy Dustin born Feb. 8 in dresses were made by Marge Evans of Lake City They carried
powder blue gown. The,attendants' gowns had a sweetheart neckline Alachua General Hospital. Troy pink nosegays with pale pink streamers. _
with taffeta roses trimming the sleeves. The southern belle style skirts weighed 9 Ibe. 13 oz., measuring 22 The flower girl was Kimberly Joyce, wearing a pale pink dress and carrying
were graced with ruffled overskirts: Their silk flower' bouquets were inches. He joins a sister, four-year. i a pink decorated basket with pink petals.
mounted on white fans: old Suzann Nicole. Best man was Thomas Barnes and Le Vance Gay was an usher
' The bride wore her mother's wedding gown of candlelight taffeta with a Maternal grandparents 'are Mr. following the wedding, a reception was held in the fellowship hall of the
bodice overlaid with daisy medallion lace. It had a square neckline and and Mrs. R.A. Underhill of Starke. church. The reception area was accented with several arrangements of
long pointed sleeves Daisy lace inserts topped the full circle long chiffon Great-grandmother Is Fleta pink flowers, silver candelabras with pink candles, and baskets with birdseed -
overskirt. Candlelight illusion veil topped the tiara trimmed with tear-drop Williams of Macclenny. bags wrapped In pink net, tied with pink ribbons. '
" pearls. She wore her great-grandmother's diamond pendant. Her spray of Paternal grandparents are Marba The bnde's table held a three-layer wedding cake with white columns
. ,' fresh pink,and white carnations was accented with baby's breath and Whittle of Starke and Levi Whittle of decorated with bnde and groom on top. The tables were covered with
'j ,
," : : white' satin streamers.and mounted on a white fan. Graham. Great-grandfather. is white lace cloths over pink underskirts, Strawberry punch, served from a
''f-' S;r/ Mrs. Peggy Brooks presided over the reception following the ceremony. f Ernest L. Cowart of Nocatee. 'crystal punch bowl was served, along with a vegetable tray assorted
.\' Mrs. Patty Kay Elder. Mrs. Kay Waters and Mrs.' Linda Wilson served sandwiches, nuts,mints, and cheese crackers.
cane and punch. Pink and white camellias surrounded the punch bowl and' ':Amanda Kristine Milner; Mrs. Bertie Taylor greeted guests at the door and attended the bride's
j adorned the corners of the cake\ tables. ,, Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Milner of book.Geneva Barnes and Came Foster cut the cake with the knife used by
; The, couple will reside in Starke, ,Mr. ,Howard is employed by un yti Jacksonville, Ark., announce the the groom's parents to cut their own wedding cake in 1965.
;" McDonald. birth of a daughter, Amanda Assisting guests were Gina Jackson?Sharon Batles and Donna Chilson.
..- ......... ""='- Kristine born Feb. 19. Amanda The wedding was directed by Mrs Norma Oonn
Dyal weighed 1 Ibs. 9 oz. and ,joins a' The bride is,a nurse working at RMC in Lake Butler The groom attends
and Tracy McRee brother Joshua. Lake City Community College and is a correctional officer at,UCI. Theynow
Class of 68 Needs Help' D/of-McRee To Wed' Maternal grandparents are Mr, ,reside in Lawtey.,
and Mrs. Bill Miller of Gainesville
'. Locating 't former ClassmatesThe March 26 In Brooker ,and Lloyd Allen of Starke, '. Club News.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. "'- """- -:...
The wedding of Suzanne of
BUS Class of 1968 needs help' in locating these clasmates for, their'' Brooker and Tracy McRee of Dyal Starkeis and Mrs. Robert Milner of Starke. Local OAR Ladles Edwards Mrs. Gladys Hobbs, Mrs,
20th Class Reunion. set for Saturday, March 26 at 7 Beth Virginia Reames Frances O'Steen Mrs. Carolyn
If you have an address or phone number of any of the folowlng people p.m. In the Brooker Baptist Church: .Attend ,fax, Meeting, Nelson and Mrs. Jenny? Shaffer will
please contact Kay Waters, 964-4610 or Randy Jones 964-8292. All friends and relatives are invited Randall and Virginia Reames of' Mrs:' David Taber, Regent of'the present a program on Home Life.
to attend. No local Keystone Heights announce the
invitationsare
Col. Elbert of Mrs. Evelyn Griffin is reminding
Samuel
Glrnda Jeaft Adams Mary Jean Hodge ftlr Padgett being sent., birth of a daughter; Beth Virginia Chapter
all
club
Jamc Franklin AlienLinda Thomas Morton, JrDonald + Rutty Parmm4rBohoy NSDAR; Mrs. Joseph Warren and members to please bnng all
,born Jan. 16 in Gainesville.
..
Lyn ue AltonWilliam Raymond HnflMichael J.ParrMi StricklandCarltonTo Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended a craft and white elephants for the an-
Oadaon Harr.lt Dale Jackson' David Rosy Pray Maternal grandparents are Luncheon tique show to the March meeting.
George Washington Birthday
",, Ronald Joseph Bin Catherine JohnaoGwendolyn Laaral GaU Provalt ? Wed 7 George B. and Sandra M.Schwab of
Charles William BrMdenWanda May Monday, Feb. 22.
. Canine JonesMargaret on
Alice Ma Praetor Keystone, William and Mary
. Loll BMU Dale Jeaa KellyWlllard Ella Realla 'Cynthld' Ann Strickland of Starke Cruser James and Mary Stroud of The luncheon was hosted by the DAR Elbert ChapterTo
: Kelley RnoaVm of Northeast
cMee/Br 'Council
Dianne Brown. Wayne Laverne" Kersey Danny Linda : .....* '. and Barry Martin Carlton of Lawtey N.J., Albert and Madolyn KUlmeyer Florida Regents of the American Meet Monday
Daughters
Clenda Mac BryanCellla Wesley B. King Call Sanded will be married May 7 at First Baptist of Keystone Heights.
'" BryantHarold Jerry Ronald KnlRkl Robert Theme Bean Church of Starke. Paternal grandparents are Curtis Revolution' Jacksonville Chapterand The Col Samuel Elbert Chapter of
,, ," Chandler Roy Edward Knight' J.....0.... the Florida Society Sons of the
., Sellers the will meet '
The bride-elect and NSDAR
Jay Roy ChasleenPcboran William Frederick LamprecktDekorak Jam*.Coda Small Is the daughter of Virginia Reames' and Myrtis Monday.
American Revolution which
Gale Clark Ann Lavender Linda Joan rUaI Rev. and Mrs. John Strickland of Eaves, alt of Starke. washeld March 7 at 10 a.m. at the home of
Leo Darold Crawford Charles Edward Leach. Sear.. Aura TataaiCaroly Starke and is employed by the Brad at Jacksonville University. Mrs. J.D.Henderson,99 Forest. St,'in,
Linda.Carol*Mae CrouFrankl Cruce 'Joann LeackErnetUne LetterFrancea Ja* Taylorthuaa ,ford County Clerk's Office. The' ,Kenneth D. StarlingMr. Dr. Frank Slaughter, noted author'of Keystone Heights.
Marl Jacksonville the
Joseph truna, ROM McKlnneyDavM MatU Ma Terry Taylor'Thomas groom-to-be is the son of Sharon R. and Mrs. Randy Starling of was speaker
4. Rita Eileen LllingtoMHeieklaa Larry Martin Ada Ma. Ttornaa Carlton of Lawteyand is employed
Brooker announce the birth of a son,
Philip O.lnejr Rita Marie Men( L.*ll*Stephen Tkomai by the Army National Guard at, :1
Berated Grlffla Kenneth
Shirley MoodyKalhryn Delane born Feb. 10. Ken
Raymond Gle TkomaaSUflum
Cower Edward GrUffl a ElliakeUi Moor, Camp Standing. 9 Ibs. 4 and Woman's Club
Lamar Wad weighed oz. was 21V4 inches ,Did you Kr1OW". .
Rita So GrorerJnme "
,James Friedman Molt Duy Way**Wades No local invitations will be sent.
Donald Marvin Ruth Ann Nekton .- Ellen WMelorTonmy All friends and relatives are invitedto long. Meets Wednesday: Mrs.. Thelma Jennings, Mrs
Hint Janice Mar He. Padgett Harold ... Grandparents are Mr.' and Mrs. Herbert
Eloise : 11I', attend. Joseph Stephenson,' Mrs.,
Kenneth Starling of Brooker and Mr The regular monthly luncheon and
and Mrs. Joe Mercer of Fanning meeting of the Woman's Club will be Thomas. ,' Miss Lillian Stump and,
.- -." - """ ......... HAPPY Springs. ,at noon Wednesday March 9.' Mrs Mildred Bellizi attended the
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FFWC District IV Arts Crafts
Great-grandparents are Mrs. Betty Mrs,Diann Norton and her committee -' :
Hllites'Condo 1 Dolores Meng BIRTHDAY Nails of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs.' composed of. Mrs. Betty: ,Festival held at, the Souths IdeWoman's
, Hampton By Clarence demons of Waycross, Mr. Young Mrs., Hazel Kraft; Mrs. Club :In Jacksonville on
c Phone, 468-1915 and Mrs. Cab Colson of Trenton, Mr. Marge Carlisle Mrs. Martha Dorko. Friday, Feb. 26. The Woman's "Clubof
r and Mrs. Leon Mercer' of St., Mrs. Violet Crosby Mrs. Elva Lee Starke won 4 ribbons.Puzzles .
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ence. $ Petersburg, Mrs. Reba'Crews of
Sympathy is extended to the family decorated cake' was' heart-shaped Starke and the late Roy Starling of
and fnends of Mrs. Mary Clifford ,with rainbow colors.. Games and Graham. ,
Rahme who died Feb. 24. Mrs. food were enjoyed by all., ,- '
Rahme had celebrated her 105th birthday Did You Know... / I
Feb 5. 'Hampton elemenaryw Willie Mae ,Judd returned Friday .. .'i '. :.
'Llisas t from a week's visit with her son and( J '

Visitor.*,; .,*...**.>S. ay.jgat. i t lkAvtles:Congratulations who' Vort first'to place!: ih'Sierra tbl)'I' Tfmmv O'Neal Clewiston family, D.W.,, 'GteodaJudd" of .' .. .. ": :,,7f.y' 'fit 'together K:

James Mitzel spent a week recently Spelling Bee held at school Feb. 17; '. '
visiting relatives in Maryland and also to Adam Crawford who' came Use your Imagination ,:'
Pennsylvania out in second place. ,, fo'create outfits fort, '
,
Baltimore Conven '
He visited the "
tion Center on the harbor, where he'' 'PostOlflce, Hour: ,..< '
saw aU types of customized vehiclesat The Hampton Post Office is now Every mpod. ""J, '
the World of Wheels Car Show, open from 830; a.m. until 4:45 p.m. Every occasion '
Among celebrities he was were I" CC r; fjJf.rJ 'Jfc 3. '' ,
(closed from 12 noon until ) p.m) i 'Every time. ,' I
Mr. America, Miss Baltimore, and Monday through Friday. On Saturday ; '
the home of Carl Ripkens team. James, Jr.,of the open hours are from 8:15-10-t15;: ; ti.,' ;*,g&s SOk.df'DrleiCyiotaenAccessories CoRecti&tes \ Be your own'designer. Everyth1rg'H
Baltimore Orioles saw 1
a.m. -. '''works together,* so the looks you, +
the first snow since he moved from f1 Qourmet'T tJritt Bath AccentstBrttfes ; ,
D
the area in 1969. It was \an enjoyableand can create are encjless-and
scenic tnp.Pnewood ; \ to BtLlVe Have a very unique no oBtgationtftrufaf "seasonless.: 11 P<=. Mix & Match t

Derby..,, Lawtey Kinfolks Church of God"Plans e',/ registry. Come, i in: soon, register and receive t a puzzles' comeiri '
:
Day' "
'Feb. ", white, peoch &
On Sat. 27, Hampton City .
Park was the site of the Pinewood The Lawtey Church of God will be r fret towrtesy gift aquaLeila's
Derby races sponsored by HamptonCub 'having Kinfolks Day 'on Sunday, We Appreciate Your'Business
Scout Pack 675. March 6 beginning at 10 a.m.
Among local winners receiving The Singing Foundations will be Hours: 9-5:30: M-F,. 9'.30-4:00: Sat. ,Dress& Gift Shop
trophies were; 7 yr.Group: Ist-Enk the guest singers Everyone is invited :Specialty Gift Shop ,
tu.'W.CaU-4 ; ;
;' Scoggms,2nd-Damel Davis and 3rd- to come and hear the word of. : .. : Bradford Square Shopping Center 964-5051 .
'-Dusty Rivers. 8 yr. Group:? David God and worship with us. stizr6'Jf!" i. ''S64-SS47 Store Hours Monday-Saturday 9:30-6:30: Lella's Visa Mastercard ,
"Green. 9 yn Group: Jason"Mc1'
Cullough. Combined group'' (7-10
yrs): 1st-David Green; 2nd-John AMIIVIU.IWalnwl
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STARKI H.AZA
McMillan; 3rd-Erik Scoggins. 44 W. MABIMNiralalka i n HW a tivnv
It was a lovely day with a good attendance In This
The concession stand was Dog- Mall
popular during break times. Allan 40* lit tI
'Archey was in charge of ar *AI.AI
, rangements He appreciated all the World. I K-MART IhM( enlr
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help given In arranging and conduc, .
ting the races.. ,SALE STARTS TODAYI! w>-*>iimwiB*>*Br

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Daniel Meng celebrated his fourth
birthday Sat.,Feb.27 with a party at DESIGNER LENGTHS 45"wife 'LF JTyd.

the home of his parents. Mr. and and REMNANTS,
Mrs.' Kevin Meng. His cousins and POLYESTER t COTTON
friends enjoyed pony rides and \\ 'lA'If S I MOT M ADDITION TOOTWIDKCOUMTS 20OfoOFF DOTTED SWISS'
playground activities. The dinosaur
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; Angela Meng entertained DAN RIVER POLYESTER & COTTON, 45; wid.SEERSUCKER .
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.. Cindy Winkle Honored 'With Several Parties Church ''Chatter. .. ...-.:.:.-=-- ...,.;-.::.... ""'- ,.., At Child Stork Core Little'M.oli School, '


Cindy' Winkler bride-elect ''of lingerie gifts were given to Cindy by '
'.,.., -1 Former: PastorReturns 1907. "
Starke ChUrch Of God Effective Oct. 1, the Stark
Donald!) Green, was entertained on guests who called from 3-9 p.nv
Jan. 21 with a Tupperware party by *> -- Revival to HighlandHI Little School began sponsoring
Miss Hildebran and Tricia On Feb. 4 Cindy was honored witha to, Have ,__ OSDA child! care food program.Meals ..
Cindy -'- ................. f118Dd Baptist Church called will be available M no
Lawson at the home of the latter. miscellaneous shower given by the 'J Of George W. Chiahoim effective
;tarke Church God will be having as Pastor charge to enrolled enable
Guests Miss Beth ladies of New River Churchat
were greeted
by Baptist
March 1 children
1988.
revival services March 2-0 with at this DOOM and .wifl be
Phillips and Mrs. Pat Lawson. The the church fellowship hall. The
Chlsholnt has been Associate
decorated Evangelist Larry Mason speaking. provided without regard to race, color : ,
decorated shower
WithaJJoona
horn area was
selegantly 1 Rev. Mason is renowned Pastor since July 15, 1987 He was
a national origin,sex religion, ageor
topped by beautifully with the chosen colors .
speaker in formerly the pastor from Jan.2, 1901 .
specializing working
peach and blue flowers, the bride'schosen and a dairy scene The bride, her with through 1964. For 20V4 years, he was handicap. who
youth Day care homes providers
colors. Approximatelytwentyfive mother, Mrs. Arthur Winkler thegroom'
guests called from 7-9 mother, Mrs. Stanley Green Services will be held at 7:30: each Pastor, of Olustee Baptist Church. wish to enroll their children in the ,

Cindy received beautifulTupperware and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. evening except Sunday, which will Pastor Chisholm invites everyoneto program in their home must complete ,:' .
.., p.m. many be at 8 p.m. There will be special visit the church. were everyone is a free and/or reduced price
'
;:. t--=- r items. from guests and Johnnie Mae Green, were air 'someone.
singing and a available for .
nursery meals
Shard Bass hostesses. presented beautiful corsages. The each service. application. ,". '

.MI.. Heck History food table was elegantly decorated Rev. '
Spratlin the community -- -
encourages
On January 30, Cindy and Don with finger foods, decorated cake, to come to these services at,
Sharri Bass, daughter of Lee Andrews were honored with a barque and punch.The bride received many the church, located at 422 N. SL ClairGospel .
and Belinda Bass of Starke, is cookout and cabinet shower by Mr beautiful and useful gifts from ap- St. ..

Miss Black History of 1988. and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews at their' proximately 75 guests who attended. '...... "
Miss Bass was chosen from among New River home. Co-hostesses were Cindy was presented with a vacuum Sing $.f ,Planning your. SpedDmjrt!
eight candidates in ceremonies in Mr. and Mrs. Drew Andrews and cleaner by the hostesses.
the Starke Elementary. cafetorium Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sapp. A variety For Saturday, Nlgrrt Smart Brides always .. I I'' "

Saturday night, Feb. 27. First of BBQ meats Wiwth all the trimmings Cindy and Don will become one' A gospel sing is set for Saturday choose oUr famousInvitations ;'
runner-up was Afisna Young. Second and decorated cake were serv Saturday Feb. 17 at 0, p.m. 'at, March S at 7:30 p.m.at the Church of i :'. ,.

runner-up was Teila Buie. ed. The couple received 'many Brooker Baptist Church. God of Prophecy, Inc., 2138 N, Tern-
Miss Bass,' 16, is a sophomore at beautiful and useful gifts from the'' ""'"- """" pie Ave. I I'' \
Bradford High School. She plays the 125 guest attending. The hostesses Guest singers will be the Thornton I :I,17.,,,(
flute in the BHS band, is a member presented Don and Cindy with a set Family. Pastor Laney welcomes ,,",",
,of the BHS track team, and is of WearEver. Cookware. everyone, ;
secretary of the Student Council. + JensonTonnerPlan/

Theme of the program was "Black On February 7,Cindy was honored March Wedding ,
la More Than Beautiful." Organizersof with a lingerie shower at the Union I
the event were Ms. Alice Hudson Correctional Training building by Mr and Mrs. Hitmer 6. Alstad of ,,4th CelebrationNow ',

and Ross Chandler, her mother's co-workers at the Accounting Lawtey announce\ the engagementand Being Planned ,, ""

Dept. at UCI. Finger sand- approaching marriage of their, .r a,,,,
wiches cookies: mints, nuts andpunch daughter, Wanda M., to Gene Tan-, The'Special Projects Committeefor Good taste needn't be expensive. Our beautiful Flower Wedding f,,'
The Ray Crawford, were served from a beautifully tier of Starke son of Mrs. Geneva the Chamber of Commerce Line catalog proves Ibis with over 300 samples of outstanding "
decorated table centered with arrangements Grinner and the late Ernest E.: Tan working on plans for celebrating the Invitation,Announcement and Personalized Accessories. '
Will Celebrate of peach and blue 4th of July in Starke-Bradford Coun ensued using exquisite papers, lettering styles and workmanship. ,

50th Anniversary flowers designed by Mrs. Mary ner.Wanda is employed by the Recep- ty.The II features Hetiotravinf -rich raised lettering,decant at the
Green. The bride-to-be and her tion and Medical Center in Lake group met recently to discuss finest craftsmanship,yet costing little! Come see our complete ,
,. Mr and Mrs. Ray Crawford of mother, Mrs. Arthur Winkler, along Butler. Gene is employed by the celebration activities for the BI 'election and choose the perfect invitation for your weddingl '
Lake Butler will celebrate their 50th with the groom's mother,' Mrs. Bradford County School Board. Centennial and Christmas as well as : '
wedding ,anniversay on Sunday, Stanley Green, were presented with The wedding wilt be an event of .July 4th according to Chairman Prompt Service mad Outstanding Quality], : 'd'

March 20. beautiful peach colored corsages by March 26 at 7:30: !Q?.m. at the First Nelson Green. .
SHOP
LEILAS DRESS GIFT .
A reception being given by their the hostesses. Mrs. Mary Green Baptist Church of Starke. No Invitations Anyone with appropriate ideas or '
children will be held at the Lake 'presented the centerpiece arrange- will be sent but all friends and suggestions for the celebrations is 119SO.WALNUTST.' '',,
Butler Community Center from 3 until ment to Cindy. Many beautiful relatives are Invited to attend. asked to contact Green or the ,STARKE FL.32091
5 p.m. Chamber office.

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the above styled cause, the undersignedUnited .

authorized States deputies Marshal will .any.lithe of his propertyitltuote duly.-- I ', .. .'.."" ,.' ', H":. ,"' ," .' "' "

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Lawtey Easterly Road right; thence of way run line North of OOT the East Old With CallW 1t.ingyour phone is never tied up. .. .. i 1' vj;,:(IJ f'|'

along said Easterly right of way line The next best thing to a second line because you can 'I ; ;

750.00 line of feet Donna to the Street Northerly, thence right run of North way 1 answer the phone even when you're already on ,the line.., :: ;' ", 'V j

'8939 East along sold Northerly right of Call Waiting lets you know when a call is coming in, : 1;

'way line 225.00 I..t to the point of '. to first call on hold while you \
beginning; thence continue North 8939' then allows you put your -ty
Eost along said Northerly right of way 'f:'ij switch to the incoming call.A real convenience for any ;, .' '. ; i .,:' [ }
line 75.00 feet thence run North 0OT .: r "' "?
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East,,101.00 75.00 feet feet thence thence run run South South 89'37West 0'07'l "; ,,,W."f'' .;'":. ., ;/: ,:;\, f.".::\ :?,; if' i\:.\: :,..: .. '

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'An ORDINANCE amending the Comi ,. ") )
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Mop by Bradford County, Florida In accordance .' ''"I 7 ; ,
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Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as

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Interested persons. ", Save yourself time from having to make separate calls., '

'The Bradford County Zoning ond Plan.' Get three people on the line at once! A convenient 1
ring Board conducted o public hearing'on I -
Tuesday, February 23, T9S8, on the I package. addition. for, turning two calls into" one. .},
below listed application and will make a Where people connect
recommendation to the Bradford County'Commissioners ,:', ': 'I '

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land Land currently Use loned Plan to OR provide'that and "t,;:, ."hJ1."j.f'" ,) '"),'\1"-) ;';\ll't/,.,. iir;;! "i. -

designated by the plan as Agriculture be .' ', ",'. :'>iw) ;' ; : ;' ;:\ always find
reioned CN and ; With Call F rwardingyourcalls can
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t Neighborhood Commercial' the propertyof '- Vff'j|, : :' .\i-sfeV';! ({, \ ?,' If/lt'/ ; It's so easy to switch your calls to another number

JAMIS A. NEWMAN, described ee .' 'i:: V'ff ''f'/li:'::; ',;i"; .. .thai be housebound waiting for that important
follows:: two acres, .lot 74 and 75 of l.J. ,< ? :: -.A:. % ;(;,; / ;:r! you'll never

l Kite Plat;put of Parcel' 00880 In Section \" :iF,; v:::'* >:K i('}.H'feW'. ;'! ; ;I \1( ''call.Stretches YoUr phone package to all around. town., .
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You are further given NOTICE that a :JiJ; ,-, ill'h" ! "
'copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I is ) ;,/ ",j' \' 1'1), ', 1))>p"vl'1\ :' .;,-" '., ,l,'y., ,.'..., ,, ,'
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March 6. 1088 will sand their recommendation to 1M ......... County e...,.", .......... _MARCH 9. 15a. end the Srsdord County
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At this, Public hearing. any .person lIMY .,..., Itt potion or Ioy ......or Mtenoey.1HI BKAOf 00 COUNTY COM-
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'- -- --- --- NOTICE OF INTENTION '. being In Bradford County, .Florida, to proposed ORDINANCE should appear Easterly right of way line with a curve hereinafter appear, will b* consideredfor

PUBLIC: NOTICE TO REGISTER wit: ,and be heard at \th* time and place 'concave Westerly sold curve having a final enactment on the \13th day of
The Bradford County School' Board, ,FICTITIOUS NAME The South 157 feet of the East 416 feet prescribed. central angle 79 4820", a radius of 'March, A.D., 1988, at th* City Commission .
Stork,.Florida, will hold a Public Hear' of the NE 1/401 NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec- BOARD OF CITY 230.00 feet and a chord and Meeting commencing at 7:30: p.m.,,
Pursuant to Section 869 09, Florida bearing
Ing on the Proposed Employees Sick lion> IB. Township 6 South 22Ea.t OF Hall 209 N. Thompson St.,..
Leave Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Rang STARKE COMMISSIONERS distance of N 18*26'26" W, 295.08 feet; In the City ,
Pool for all of
full-time.mployoes containing 1 and 5/8tri acres, more By Oarrell O'Neal, Director thence N 582036" W. said Stark. Florida.
undersigned J.R. McLeod Hilda C. run along
the Bradford County School Syttem. This .or ,ls, *. of sold ordinance be Inspected .
", Stark Zoning i Planning Easterly right of line 238.14 feet toO A copy may
Mcleed, P. O, Drawer 240, Hampton, way
Public Hearing will be hold In the School As the property of the above-named Itchg 3/3 by any member of the public rot
Board Room of the District School Administrative Fla. 32044, |joint owners, doing business defendant and that on the 14th day of Point of Curve sold; thence run Northwesterly of the Office of the City Clerk )In the City
along Easterly right
Officer, 982 North Temple under the firm name of McLeod Properties March, 1988 Monday, at two o'clock on p Y', Hall, Starke. Florida. On the date first
Avenue, Stork, Florida, on March 21, P. O. Drawer 140, Hampton, Fla., said day on the premises of the Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; way line with a curve concave Nor'th.o.rly above-mentioned, Interested parties
1988, at 7:00: p.m. Hwy. 11 West of 301, Intends to register EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN said curve having a central
County Sheriff Office, I will offer for and be heard with respect
Copies of this proposed "Employ**! old fictitious name under the aforesaidstatute. sal*'and sell to the highest bidder for AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, angle of 2657'56" a radius of 470.00 may to this appear proposed Ordinance.AN .
FLORIDA. feet, an arc length of 221.20 and a chord
Sick Leave Pool" b obtained at the .
may cash, In hand, the above-described property ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
Superintendent Office, between 8:00: ,Dated this 5th day of February, ,1988, as the property of the said defendant Case No. 88.88.CA: bearing and distance' of N 44 051'38" W, STARKE ADOPTING A FIRE PREVENTION
and 4 30 Fri ,In Bradford INSILCO CORPORATION a 21916 feet to a Point of Tangency;
a m., : p.m. Monday through County. to said
satisfy Execution PROHIBITING VIOLATIONS OF
CODE
Connecticut Corporation, and thence run N 312240" W: along said ;
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day 2/11! 4tpd 3/3
This published notice It In compliancewith DOLPH E. REDDISH MILES HOMES DIVISION Easterly right of way line 448.80 feet to THE CODE, ADOPTING THE LIFE SAFETY
SHERIFF BRADFORD'
the Florida Statutes, Chapter 120.54a OF OF INSILCO CORPORATION, an Iron pipe; thence run S 5837'20" W, CODE; REQUIRING ENFORCEMENT BY
COUNTY, FLORIDA Connecticut 60.00 feet to the of THE FIRE CHIEF ESTABLISHING A
> enacted by the 1974 Florida, a corporation, Westerly right way
'legislature. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 2/184tchg3/10 Plaintiff ,line of Breamwood Lane and the Point of BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION AND ITS
Jim Duncan:f Superintendent l REGISTER ins Beginning; thence continue S 58*37'20" RESPONSIBILITIES, ESTABLISHING A FIRE
Bradford County School FICTITIOUS NAME DAVID ALAN MARTIN W, 226.87 feet; thence run N 3856 44' MARSHAL AND HIS DUTIES!I'
3/3 31chg 317 ,Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida PATRICIA ANN MARTIN W, 105.92 feet thence run N 5837'20" E, ESTABLISHING' CRIMINAL PENALTIES)
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR and ED GAGNON. 240.82 feet to said Westerly right of way ESTABLISHING THE CODE ENFORCE-
NOTICE OF INTENTTO undersigned, Chris Petrille. 504Holllnhead REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Defendants, line, thence run S 31"27 O" E, along sold MENT BOARD AS A BOARD OF APPEALS;
SWAP OR EXCHANGE In., Jacksonville Fla. 32244, THE LAND USE PLAN fight of way line 105.00 feet to the Pointof AND ESTABLISHING AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE
COUNTY LAND sole owner, doing .business under the An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Beginning Subject to a 100 feet Clay DATE.
land Use Plan Element and : DAVID ALAN MARTIN Electric By TERENCE M BROWN
tO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, firm name of Moch-1 Discount Delivery Cooperative right of way easement
'Purtudnt F.$. 129.37, the Bradford 5e04 Holllnttead Lone Jacksonville. Fla. Mop by City of Starke, Florida In accordance whose odress I I. unknown but across the Southwesterly 100 feet TERENCE M. BROWN P.A.
County Commission advises It 32244, Intends to register said fictitious with the local Government Comprehensive whose last known mailing address was of the above described lands, said easement 486 N. Temple Avenue
lands owned Bradford proposesto CountyIn name under the aforesaid statute, Planning' Act of 1975 as pro 2525 Centerwest Parkway 1 I-H. Augusta being recorded .In Misc. Book 19 Stark, Florida

Sections swop 5 A 6, Tp 8 by 5, R 22 E ((170 acresof Doted this 9th day of February 1988 vided for In Chapter 163 of the Florida Georgia 30909. page 191 and Official Record Book 46 Itchg 3/3
land within the Sonia Fe Swamp) to In Bradford County.. Statutes. AND IF HE BE DEAD TO ANY AND ALL .on page 604 of the public records of Control No, 0602
;TO: AII'Clllz.ns, Taxpayer and other PERSONS 'CLAIMING AS HEIRS, Bradford ,
the Suwannee River Water Management 2/1)! 4tpd 3/3 : County Florida TOGETHER ....
Interested DEVISEES GRANTEES ASSIGNEES, WITH nonexclusive
District Live Oak Florida In return for personsTh a easement for Ingress
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lands owned by the Suwannee River, w Stark Zoning and Planning Board LIENORS. CREDITORS TRUSTEES OR egress and utilities between State
Water Management District located In' PUBLIC: NOTICETh conducted a public hearing on Thursday, OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANT Road 225 and the lands hereby describedIn STARKE
25 1988;' the below listed OR ANY OF THEM AND TO ANY Instrument recorded
February on
,Section, i It, Tp 8 R 22 E Bradford an In the public CHURCH OF GOD
St town of Brooker Is now accepting rezoning and amendment to ClUP and AND ALL OTHER PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS records of Bradford County, Florida ,In
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County. The Approximately 27 acres will be bids for the paving of roods In a portionof ',will make a recommendation to the City HAVING OR CLAIMING AN Official Records Book 212 page 509, 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445
swamp) 'tnloreitu swapped
the Shady Oaks Subdivision of Stark Commissioners' for INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING ARE
their con.slderation YOU NOTIFIED that an action to John Spratltn, PastorWe
fee ftiwpjle) qbtiofwtiv\ ", thout reservation ,
of mineral, etc rights The lands swap Interested parties should .,contact and action at the preschaduld DESCRIBED LANDS IN BRADFORD COUNTY .foreclose,. a mortgage on the foregoing Invite you to worship with us.
it tfryp total forth Town Clerk Cheryl Cox at 485 1022 or final hearing for this application for FLORIDA, TO WIT described property In Bradford County
ftiet cprtsideroticni
i' ped* repi write to P. O. Box 127, Brooker, Flo. rezoning and amendment of the Comprehensive Lot 9, BREAMWOOD an unrecordedsubdivision Florida has been. filed against you and'' Attended Nursery

A rtwap."..+Iu"on/ outrunning',:such ..x'change" ,32622 for specs and details, Land Use Plan on Tuesday of Bradford County, Florida you ore required to serve a copy of yourwritten Sunday School .44k.....'.,..>. lOam Ham
Worship .
fN'be.consi4ered by the Board Sealed bids Including performance March 15, 1988 at the same said place at said lot being more particularly described defenses If any to it on TITO S. Morntng Service' ,.; ,. 6pm
ol its meeting: at 7,3(1'11' m1 March 16, bond will b* accepted by mail or In person 7:30: p.m", an Ordinance relating to as follows: situated in Section 4. SMITH, Plaintiff attorney; P. O. Drawer Wednesday Evening Youth .. .M.* 7:3Opm
I 1988 of?". Bradford, County:; ,Cour. at the Town Hall during business The rezoning of the following described Township 7 South, Range 21 East Brad- 135 Palatka' Florida 32078 on or,
house, hours (Monday. Friday and Saturday property ,and amending the Comprehensive ford County, Florida. A parcel' of land before March, 29. 1988 and file the
Gilbert. Brown, ,from 9 a,m, to-noon) now through March2183tchg33 Land', Use Plan to providethat situated In Fractional Section 4 of ''original with the Clerk of this Court-
.' Clerk to Board B. lands I currently zoned R1A and ,Township 7 South, Range 21 East Brad- either before service on Plaintiff attorney I 'j FREE'EXPLORING
By R.A, Green designated by the plan as Conservation, ford County Florida: aid parcel being'' or Immediately thereafter; otherwise ,
County Attorney -...:.... \. ,and single-family/ b* rezoned to RM-2 'Lot'13: of BREAMWOOD LAKEVIEW a* o default will be entered againstyou ti
,d' '3/3 2fchg 3/10 IN'THE COUNTY COURT OF BRADFORD' and designated Mobile Home Park, the surveyed by Joseph ,G. Knapp, for the relief demanded In the Com GOD'S WORD
property of JOHN D. ODOM ill, described Registered Land Surveyor and being plaint or Petition .
; .PUBLIC:AUCTION'TOTICE COUNTY Case, No. 87.398.51' as follows! five ((5)) acres, located more particularly described a* follow. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of HOME BIBLE STUDY

Is hereby given that on Mon- CLARENCE: DESUE : North of Weldon St. (CR 229 Brownlee Commence at a concrete' monument at this Court on the' 26th day of February, The Bible Course It taught Hi your
Rd.) one-half mile West of Raiford Rd the Intersection of the Northerly right of 1988.:' '
? 10 00 o'clock '
March 7; 1-988. at : Plaintiff charge
day home free of
line of th Coast Line .
Gator 'vs (SR 16)), out of Parcel 02345 0 00000, Section way Seaboard GILBERT S.:BROWN
A.M. the undersigned Railroad right of with the East line This Is a rjon-denomtrtationdJ study
20 to be used for mobile horn way Clerk of Circuit Court
will sell at
Inc., public auction CHARLIE SCOTT
Freightways; Rd. Jacksonville park. Plan exemption density no more of sqid Section 4. and run N 00"27'29" W, Cathy Higginbotham based onjy on what thus saith the
for cash at 2600 lloyd Defendant.NOTICE
along said East IIn.,,281.51 feet to the ''
than five the
Florida'; OF sHERIFF'S SALE to acre Deputy Clerk word of God.
.on. lot of dog food consigned to,CarlosRoas NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I. Dolph' You are furthe given NOTICE that a northerly right of way line of Edmonds, ,3/3 4tchg 3/24 .'APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C. '
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711856" ,
Copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is Drive; thence run N W, along .
| Bunnell, Flo.,, E. Reddish: Sheriff of Bradford County, '
? of line of said '
\r. ,, to satisfy freight and storage charges,, I: Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of available for your Inspection at the of-: the Northerly right way NOTICE OF PROPOSED 7823303Rev
under the provisions of Section 4bJ(.. ) ,of Execution heretofore issued out of th*, fic* of the Director of Zoning and Plann Edmonds Drive ol, 1033.20 line of feet BreamwoodLane to the ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE' Emmett Bright' .
Easterly right
I Uniform standard Bill of Lading. above-entitled Court, In the, above'styled -, Ing 209 N. Thompson. City ,Hall' way BY CITY COMMISSION
,,,1 Pro 01-219540 did 11(19871'V. .. I cause, hav levied upon th*' ,Starke, Florida.; ; thence run N 21'27'44" E.. along. STARKE, FLORIDA 'To schedule your home bible ;,
: Each and every.person having any interest said Easterly right of way line, 156 62 study, or for additional Information '
: 2/25 2tchg 3/3.Gator.Freightways. Inc.Carrl.r,,,\ follo lg.prp.r! situate, lyinq and, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed ;
v whatever, .th*enactment of this. feet;;, thence run.!'Iorth.rl,010''IL\! sold., Ordinances _whose.. title' --.. -

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These, Students, Had Perfect Attendance at RMS
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4 t, The staff at Bradford Middle Gunter, Willie Hankerson Jeremy Teresa Green Keary Gnlfm; Ford, Tammy Greer, Melissa Gros,
i School is very proud of the students, Hildebrand, Kim Jones, Donnie Wyndell Hampton, Jason .Johns, James Grover,'Jay Groves Shawn
that had perfect attendance at the Keaton Bethany Lee, Jason Lee Ray Jordon, Heather Lawson, Gulley, Shneka Hendneth, Doris'
semester change.: These students did ,Tera Matiyasic, Craig Nevitt, Smita Robert Lee, Michael Lester, Jen- Hill, Deana Holiday, Shauntel
not miss a day during the whole first Patel, Nina Paul? Ronnie Reagan, nifer Magyan, Shawna Mansfield, Houston Evelyn Hudson Todd Hut-
semester at BMS. This is a great accomplishment Stephanie Sellers, Brian Smith, Eric Mason. Mary Milton, Leaton cheson, La tain Johnson,April Jones
and the staff at BMS Charmil Spooner,Tolka Strong, Ren- Morgan Lucinda Morris, James Jennifer Lester, Ladarren Lever-
are very proud of them. wick 'Tyson, Kareem Wanton, Bnan Parado, Sherri Patterson, Albert son, ,Michael McKinney, Gary Nor.
'They ares' Wynn, James Young,"and: Milton Ransom,Donna Robins i Diana Sear. man, Larry Pamsh, William Price,
Davis.'Seventh'. cy,James Smith Eric Stewart,Ken- Rocio Reagan David Roberts
-' Sixth GradeSanta Barnes, dra Thomas, and 'Tiki( Williams Robert ;$app, Marley Sellers; Chris
Science ,Projects Fill the Gym... Nekeay Chandler, Willie Cohen. Grade. Shawn Snow Chris Sova, Jane Stanwix-
Oliver Crum, Melvin Davis, Ray- Aaron, Lonnie Adkins, Bryan Archer Eighth GradeJames Aaron, Hay, Rita StephanyKelly Stewart
There were over 200 project entered In Bradford mond Durban, Shonda' Easley Tim Barber, Abel Campbell ''Rodney Alldredge, Kenya ,Adkins, Kwambea Strong Brenda Sweat,
Middle School's science fair. ramara Ellerson, Jeffery Evans,. Jason Canova. Eric Cohens, Alicia Anita Black, David Booth, Andrew Blake Thomas,Charted Wallace An-
T_ FVlton, Leslie Folsom, Sally Edwards, Dennis FairfIeld, David Buie,, Samantha Deese, Kelly .Ann. nette Williams, and Keyin Woodard;




Over 200 Projects in First Middle School Sthnt P FAf..1


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By Heather Safer science fair. Yes it's our outstan- Thursday, January 28 1988.: That 'grade). 2ndDavid'Cares,'3rd-'Justin Ken- Estella Denton, Jeremy Hildebrand
Bradford Middle School's first ding science teachers! Thanks to; night was the award ceremony. In chemistry; 1st- Mark Crawford dnck.All of these students are in the Bethany Lee. Hetal Patel Jonathan,
science fair was held January 28. Mr. Frank Abdulla, Miss: Judy Everyone was welcome to come see (8th grade), 2nd-Deena Parker (8th seventh grade. ,
It was a great success with over Clark, Mrs. Carolyn Dyal, Mrs. Lisa the projects, and many people did grade), and Diana Searcy (7th Smith 'Jeremy ,Crawford, Mark
200 projects entered by students irk Kelly! and Mrs Cheryl Musson. come. These are the first, second,' grade), 3rd-, Stephanie;; Agin '(((8th Crawlord, Sophia Fanton, Deana
the sixth,seventh, and eighth grade.. the head and third In medicine and health': 1st. Jane
Special thanks to directorof place, winners in each grade) and Jennema Edwards ((7th Holiday, Josh Lewis, Leigh Ann'
Our first fair dedicatedto Stanwix-Hay ((8th grade), 2nd- ArnIe'Gnffls
science was the
science fair and of our BMS catagory. grade).
Odom
'Deena
Parker Anna Ran-
((7th grade). We had a three
Mrs. Charollette Thornhill who Science Department, Mrs. Lisa Kelly In behavioral science: 1st-Jeremy In earth and science, seventh jbar, Jennifer Richardson ,Jane
'
died on January 25, she was a super Crawford,,2nd-* Sophia Fanton, and, grader, Julie Starling came In first way tie for third place these Stanwix-Hay.Richard Wolf, Angela
science teacher and will be missedby There 17 and 3rdDeana students were: Leigh Ann Odom,
were judges we HOliday. All of these place : Baldree, Jennema Edwards David
both students and faculty. Since thank them all for giving thier timeto students are in the 8th grade. : In enviromental: 1st Erica Pfen- Chris Thompson,' and Becky' Garee, Jennifer Glisson, Tara
this science fair was such a successwe come and judge our science fair. In botany: 1st- Jonathan Smith niger (7th grade) and Brittany Bula' Phillips, all in 8th grade. Hinds, Erica Pfenniger, Heather

are planning on having another School' Board members, Mr. Wain- ((6th grade), 2nd-,Amy Triest ((6th (6th grade), 2ndJoey Shuford (8th Many ot these students are gOingto Safer, Diana Searcy, Julie Starling;
one next year.Without wright and Dr. Len Schlotman. also 'grade) and Jeremy Hildebrand ((8th grade,3rdAnna Ranjbar (8th Lake, City to compete 'In the Sonya'' Thompson and Bobbie\
these five people, we came to our science fair. grade),' 3rd- Estella Denton ((6th grade). Regional Science (Fair March 3-<1, Westcott. Lets all wish our BMS
wouldn't. have: been able to have a ,,_'The science Jair was held all day grade) and Andrea ,Hewitt ((8th In engineering: 1st.Josee Miller! These students are: Brittany,Bula,' ,'students good lUCk! '



Students of the Month: p'


By Jane Stanwix-Hay/ January are:
BMS Staff Writer 8th grade, Michael McKinney;son _. 'L4
Each month the teachers here at of Mr. and Mrs Dewey McKinney of k '
BMS have a grade level meeting and Starke. ,
they discuss a student' and their improvements 7th grade, Dwight Bonnette, son of _
From there, the Mr. and Mrs., Frank Bonnetteof, r
teachers choose a student from each 'Starke.! .. ; ':
;
grade level that they think is most 6th grade, Stephanie Sellers: ;
improved' daughter, of Mr.: and?Mrs..,Ronnie, ..'. Qi. t i
Sellers of Starke:,
r M Mr
The' 'students of the month for '

Students of, the Month... December are,: The students \o( the 'month for

These three students recleved the students of the month award for the February are > .
8th grade, Sean Jones, son of Mr., 8th grade, Deana Holiday
month of January. and Mrs. Gareth Jones of Starke...
daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
They are (I-rh) Michael McKinney, 8th grade! Stephanie'' Sellars,' 6th 7th grade, Eddie Cashmore, son of Holiday of Starke "George_
grade; Dwight Bonnette 7th grade' 'Miss Euneta Cashmore of Starke. 7th grade, Emily Bradford

,." 6th grade.. Carmen Holland, daughter of Mr, and Mrs.'Tim Brad- t Y
'I," 'I, II,,;, daughter of Mr, and Mrs Jerry ford of Starke.
.
,' Holland of Brooker, 6th grade, Enc Donnerstag, son of .JiI.v 4-
The students of the month for Miss. Debbie Donnerstag of Starke. ,



? Students'of',1 the Month...,

4 y These three students recieved the students of the month award for the'
'
Most Outstanding 'Students month of February. ,
e They'are:'(l-r>r Emily, Bradford,, 7th"grade: Eric Donnerstag, lh
grade Deana Holiday, 8th grade.
By Jane Stanwix-Hay 'best. :These students will be given a
cw4.J Every' six weeks Mrs. Melba certificate and taken to the Pizza
Johnson BMS gwdence counselor, Hut at the end of the year we
sponsors the most outstanding The students for the 3rd six weeks
students for the six weeks grading are -
period. 6th grade, Raymond Durban, son\
The students are picked by the of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Durban of
teachers. At each grade level and Lawtey, ,
department meeting a teacher will 7th grade, Vanessa Powell. -
bring'up a student and discuss their daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bill Powellof
progress and work. 'They will then Starke:
make, a list and vote on a student 8th grade Aretha Whitfield ti
from,each !grade that they feel is the daughter of Miss. Bonnie Whitfield,
,
,I Built the ARC... \ -'

The BMS student council gave a donation to the ARCS Association 'for
'Retarded Citizens to help build a house for them. In appreciation of the
donation the student council recieved a hat and a shirt that reads I Built

the ARC. "
In the photo from left to right: Mr Bob Larramroe, head of the ARC. .zr r.d .

. Stephanie Agin,president of the student council Mr.Rick Ezzell,sponsorof at 1"\'
the Btuent council.Student..
,
'
SSAT,Awards...
Council Gives
''These two students recieved perfect Scores on the Statewide Student,
Another acompushment of" the stu-' ,Assesment Test.,They recieved an award from the principal.In "
By Jane Stanwix-Hay l-Ht) Or.: John Ma/zella. principal of BINS, Brian Hall and
The Bradford Middle School stu-' dent council are the food baskets. photo ,.
r Jane StanwU-Hayv students with perfect scores ,on the :8SAT.
dent council Is at it again this year This project, sponsored ,by the student -
with giving.. They are representingour council, ''began In ,Novemberand
school very well with their gifts ended m December of the '
of giving. homerooms collected canned food Students Recieve, SSAT Awards
On January 11, 1988 at the BMS for Thanksgiving and Christmas
student council meeting they decided -' food baskets., These were given to r .'
to give 200 dollars to the ARC, ,families in need.The homeroom that By Jane Stanwlx-Jl y Of the test to be promoted to the 9th
"
'
ARC stands for Association for collected the most canned foods One priority of Florida's educational grade. '
,
Retarded Citizens.The money givento 'were treated to a day of movies and system Is helping all students!; We recieved the, I results "In
the ARC will go to help build a popcorn. The families that recieved aquire and apply the: skills December and we were very proud
house for the retarded citezens. For these food baskets were. yery, nessecary to perform basic reading 'of two students. Brian Hall and Jane
their appreciation of 'the donationthe ,thankful for the Rift Most Outstanding... writing,and math tasks." Through/ its, Stanwix-Hay made perfect scores on
student council was presented "They are (l-rt ,Vanessa Powell, varies report forms and pUblica- the SSAT, They did not miss a single
,with a t-ehiit and a hat that reads 1 These three: students, one from 7th grade; Raymond Durban," 6th tions, the Statewide Student Asses- problem,'all of their/ answers were
Built The ARCS The ARC was very This is a great way for the student' each grade, recieved most outstan- grade;Areatha Whitfield 8th grade 'ment'Program provides imlorma correct.I Thirty-five students passedall
greatful with' the, donation, of 200 council to show their:feelings for the ding awards for the third six weeks lion on the effectiveness of the state, communication and math skills.
dollars, ,community., ,grading period.. each district and 'each ,school''In Seventy-seven students at BMS
achieving this goal. passed all skills in communication..
'. ,
The SSAT, Statewide Student Another fifty-one students passed all

...::-- ----. Assesment Test, is given in October, skills in math.! '
,, .. --- Beta Club every year to 3rd, 5th, 8th, and nth All of the students who passed the
graders statewide.' This past October ,SSA T will be treated to a luncheon at
th the SSA C was given to 288 the Steak House at the end of the
Inducts eighth graders at BMS. The' 8th school year. Our congragulations to
grade students must pass 80 percent' all of the students who passed.,

", ; 'New Members

... ,


By Jane Stanwix-Hay
't 1a a t Monday;, December 14,1981 the,
BMS Jr.Beta Club held its annual induction -. i
: of new members, in the BMS,

cafeteria. "
Dr. John Mazzela called the program
to order Stephanie Agin, the
__ BMS student council: president led
,us in the pledge to the American
flag. Sophia Fanton member of the
Jr, Beta Club, gave the devotional.
The BMS chorus directed by Miss
,Beth Francis entertained both .
students and faculty with Christmas
carols.
Christa Modesitt. Beta Club presi-
welcomed and intoduced her
dent,'
.. fellow officers and the sponsors of Beta Club Induction... --..' ..
the Beta Club. Stephen McLeod,
The annual,' candlelight Beta Club was held this
vice-presldnet of the Beta Club.ln- ceremony past
Sewing Away... December '
In the BMS cafeteria.
In the picture, front row l-r) Larry Fairish. Shawn troduced returning members.Leigh Ann Duncan (behind In introduced the '
Kelly podium photo) new 8th
of the Beta
These are some students" Mr*.K. Norman's Home Ann Odom, secretary
Smith Mrs. Norman, Redding. Ladaren Lever-
Angle
grade members. Brooke Watson (to the left In photo) lighting her candle
Intoduced 7th
grade
Economics classes who have made sewing projects Club new
son, and Mike Swanson. Back row Tim Kirkland
while
being Inducted In to the Jr. Beta Club.
The students learned the skill of members and Kelly Ann Duncan
tats past January. using Wesley Norman Corlssa Dlggs. Kendra Thomas, ''clo ed1lii""ceremony Refreshment
6 the sewing machine to make a simple sewing pro Kerry Taylor,Andy Johns, and Able Cam We. treasurer of the Beta Club intoduced ticinated) In the oinnlntf ana were served ImmeAately following "
ject. Everyone worked real hard and made nice projects new 8th grade members. candleiighUng ceremony. Chnsta I
to take home. Dr. Mazzela. Mr, Easel,' Ms. Modesitt led aU 01! the members to the ceremony to the members and ;
McKinney, and Mr. .Powell par; the Beta Club pledge. Dr. Mazzella their families.;

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I Tornado' Baseball Team ,Comes Off a Tough Road Swing 21The ,


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Tornado baseball team endeda the bases when a Richie Barnes shot Upcoming... I third, and Stulweu in right field. ._a.wiaw.il.. ...- < '4 t on second and third when Santa Fe

three game road trip with a 2-1 got away from the third baseman BHS has a week and a half lay-off. Third baseman James McNeal was TtmKwu.d.y 4 3 I "'I 'missed the throw at first base. Both
'record this week, beating Santa missing a fourth out. Two runs ill and two BHS MMMWW AlkrOWll,..tk .' I 1Mm Johnson and Hersey and scored
past The next game is March 14 at home players missed the _$./_.d I 5l..sa on a
Fe 4-3 and Union County 8--, before scored when Travis Long and Randall against Eastside High, a district bus and didn't get into the game until -' HII_... I 2-RBI single Into>center field by,
losing 7.3 Tuesday at North Marion Polk walked forcing m McNeal game. March 19 BHS faces Keystone the fourth Inning. Travis Long.,BHS led 4-1. '
BHS 114-3-110 far this season. and Hersey.N. Heights at home. Union scored six runs in the bot- I.Ms.bw nckto. 5./54 I ran 54.a..aw1 tin Santa Fe scored two runs in the
Marion tied the game 3-3 in the tom of the fourth to pull back within la.l. S d.M1. sixth on two hits and a pop fly drop-

N. Marion 1. BUS 3 bottom of the on an RBI double.In BUS 9 Union High 6 striking distance. "We had em down' BUS 4 Santa Fe 3 ped into the infield. One run scored I

A two run home' run by North the sixth a Colt batter was ad- With three regulars from and let'em back up" said Coach A three' run fourth inning lifted when a throw by the BItS catcher I

Marion was the winning edge for a mitted on an error at third base,and the starting the missing Bradford Zuraff. The six UHS runs came on Bradford High 4-3 by Santa Fe last Randall Polk got by third baseman '
lineup
7.3 loss by Bradford High on the Colt the next batter was the big boy who High beat Union High 9-6 In Lake one hit two walks, one hit batter, Thursday night, Feb. 25, in Alacnua. James McNeal. The second run

diamond Tuesday evening, March 1. smacked a home run over the left- Butler Monday Feb. 29 ,and several errors, and balked in a Santa Fe went up 1-0 in the first Inning. -, scored when a pop fell between Polk
night
N. Marion went up 2-0 in the second center field wall making it 5-3, N. Lake Butler. in 'run. and Hersey.The last out came on a

on a walk and an RBI double Marion. Two more NM runs scored, Bradford almost blew 8-0 Starting pitcher Cordell ,Strong Richie Barnes leading off in top of pop to second baseman Richie
an lead
and an RBI single. making it 1.3. on two hits two BHS .but finally played defense had faced four batters with no outs. the third bunted down the third baseline Barnes.

BHS got one run in the third with throwing errors and a sacrifice fly. ,to hold on to the lead some and good the Lefthander Tim Lewis relieved and for a hit as the Santa Fe third Sophomore Hersey, 2-1, allowed

two out when Travis Longs Soph Bo Hersey, 2-2, went the The eight BHS runs came get in win.the BHS finally got out of the inning. baseman was playing too deep, wentto six hits and walked just two in get-
grounder bounced off the shortstop distance and took the loss, giving up fourth on four Strong got the win, Lewis the save. second on a hit by Travis Long ting his second win.
hits including a two-
and Randall Folk walked. 'Then 8 hits struck out 7 and walked 4. run homer by second baseman The 9th BHS run came in the top of and scored from second on a hit andrun

Travis! Long scored on Tim Lewis' BHS had six hlta.'A. Richie Barnes. Catcher Randall the fifth when Allan Jenkins walked when Randall Polk earned .A. If 51II.SM .

RBI! single to center making it 2-1 N. ..l.rini.IkID. N I It.W iirw4. MlMll .. Polk, first baseman Eric Nazworth stole second and scored when Tim through with a hit. Barnes was oVer \ _.ri 4 i .
Marion. i r fielder Cordell andscored Lewis doubled into left field. hallway to third when Polk sacrificed T..b. t..,.$ a s IM.4.R
a a right Strong, .
BHS went up 3-2 in the fourth when S..d.Y..r.. 1 5I Matthew BUS! had seven hits to the second baseman who ....... 3 1 F
on a 2.RBIsmgle .
_
by .fI S
t..N 5C.i.Y
,Jason Johnson singled but was out _.'-.fI .I I Albritton. A' $ laIkbl. elected to take the easy out. 11- 1.A ,' a s
on a fielder's choice by James tlrtm'-.1.. I Three BHS -.alt- I 3iiws Eric Nazworth doubled into right ....N..weM.1.. 5' t 5
Itroj IfMlM.l I I players, Albntton .....
McNeal. Then Bo Hersey was hit bya ..,klM.rt. I iJ..n Kevin Blankenship and Mike ...i i i i ,field to lead off the top of the fourth, _-_M.N..1.1b.. I 5 1

pitch, putting McNeal on second J.2w 4 I Stiliwell got their first start. AlDnt- ....N.I.. 1 1c..d.K and scored on an RBI single by ,., I 3 I 1I .1MNaq
and Hersey on first. The BHS loaded tenM.HWtarf.lk.. I. 5 s ton started at "rMyS..< ,3 1 3 Jason Johnson single. Pitcher Bo
5. a a short Blankenship at Alton' jMkki...li< I 1 Hersev sinKled. cutting BHS runners --bNId N..w.rM.-


I Weightlifters Defeat County 46-35


..- /, Golfers 2nd'at TourneyTornado

Bradford High weight lifters got a Williams Lance Wiggins and Keith 114%' P..m4 CtoMI IW _.I.54, 221.311.415
46-35 win over Union High last Jenkins'10 pounds more, and Greg IP.....4uSN5. 113-13.17 215.y.tA54) 126---
I)""."'.UH3, I13-I13-14 >)....UHS, golfers tied Palm 38.
,301 133 413 Flagler shot
golfer a
Wednesday Feb..24, at the Tornado Pittman S pounds more. ,...,.-," Flagler
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facility Weight lifting competition will go ) ll7'._"lM 1I Coast in regulation play but lost out Flagler has a good team, saysIn
It leaves BHS at 1-1 so far. BHS on every Wednesday afternoon in '211'I" the tiebreaker and were second in Coach Sexton, plus a golfer who

lost Its first weight lifting match the coming weeks. Middleburg High 1)WINIM)" .011.. 144-144-144 la5111 c1. the Russell Memorial Golf 'Tournament went to Daytona last year and has

55-26 to Baker High. Jasper also comes to BHS Wednesday March. 2, 'JO-2)DwN.1441)) .11141. 111.123M)5..d 33-IM-1I3, IdtolJwiktol.Mt 554.. *. JOO-WO-44 7K111.11 played at Palm Harbor Counmoved back to Palm Coast to give

lifted here Feb. 24 but was not in for a 4 p.m. match. iptmttMmm" *.UH*. ,llft-113. 4*) try Club at Palm Coast. Flagler that much more depth
competition with Bradford High The competition is a total of two 111'/ P...... e...... 4)W) _...,UH3. 140I44414IJ Mark Murray shot an 85 for low The other two BHS players were
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medalist honors for High. and Chris
who shot 97
Link
said Coach Laneer Clyatt. lifts the bench press and the clean& 2IW11.*,WS. M4-I40.404 |M%r.,J Bishop
Sophomore Keith Jenkins had his Jerk. In the statistics 155-115-270 1)U:) *..,UM. IW-ltt-lM IJ. ?..<.;, M4-U4.47I "He had a pretty good round of Simmons who shot an even 100.
best clean and jerk lift at 280 means a lift of 155 in the bench press .)/Nw.rd.11154I5143M lll....r.H1, H3.1M.1431K golf/' says Coach Sexton.

pointed out Coach Clyatt. 115 in the clean and Jerk and a totalof .,1Ny.if lU m jvl David Cider and Todd Giilen- Upcoming...
14** I'ouooI 4 CtoinI. ,
Junior Arcovedo lifted 25 pounds 270 pounds. Ba stands for Baker lips-u.. "...200120'1o r..d'CMw3)Nw.rd. waters each shot 88 and Ed Douglas BHS 'Ways at 3:30: today

more than the previous week;. Dane Br for Bradford. First place counts 5 .I.UH*. ''i..-__ .,...._.(I/.. ....-.... shot 89. That gave BHS: a total ac*+ hursday March 3)1n green Cove
Clark Leon Jackson and Terry points second 3 points and third .,..........M54. ....i'..... 1)"'_.IIHI. 211101.4.5site. of 350, tied with Flagler Palm OM... pringa at'Magnolia POint In a tfl-
) ...,1110, Since it was dark no playolf was
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Whitehead 20 pounds more;, John place one point. 144'CtolM match with Clay High and
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311.111.420 possible. So. Coach Sexton says, you St.Augusttne High SA has two oflast

I, .-. go back to the back nine and take their top golfers back from
that score. Flagler had a 167 and '

I Hamilton Out in 1st RoundJunior .. BHS a 170 on the back nine One season


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'\' week but dropped close decisions to In a close 11-9 match, Tricia Parado I with Built-in Equalizer '-, iSale 119 I 2-w_..._w.s $40.
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''II.,; ", Head Coach Jerry McGriff.. ""A great win for our girls."Coach
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*(>;$',' I.. Hildebran and Jamie Whitehead Tuesday in Starke.
't It ffW'h' '.. beat Andertson and Peters 8-2 on Individual results from that match Center
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I. Rezoning. for Convenience Store on CR 227 Approved by County*\ Zonersby ""I


Buster Rahn ,about one mil west of US-301, and. 15,The vote was unanimous. James A.Newman;whose request Newman that approval!to install fuel 'west property line from 25 to 35 feet.end' ,
Board of the second, to limit the
runs north toward Samson Lake. for 'rezoning received preliminary pumps by the Adjustment
BCT The SUM Bradford Writer County Zoning L.J. Kite owner and developer of Bd. of Adjustment... approval from the Zoning Board, is contingent on rezoning approvalby underground fuel tanks to four, one
commissioners. for each of gasoline currentlyon
extensive in the immediate The Board of Adjustment composed petitioned the Board of Adjustmentfor county type
Board to acreage
approved a request rezones '
and for
After some discussion the board the market the fourth
to Install fuel
area said a substantial number of of five members drawn from a special exception
acres for a convenience store in its '
for diesel fuel.Newman
lots have been sold, and some 50 the zoning board heard two applicants tanks at the convenience store. approved the special exception
Tuesday,Feb.23,meeting acting on Board of Chairman fuel pumps, with two Provisoes, the 11I..dno, objection to the
Adjustment
Newman. homes have been built nearby other than the DuPont re-
petition by James A.
Kite.aitihe i Rick Replogle mad..' it. clear to first Increasing the set back'on' the two provIsoes.
Newman requested rezoning the creating a need for a store. quest (See DuPont story
two lots lying In,the SW corner of is developing another 200 lots to I
CR-223 and CR-227 (the Brooker be put on the market for residences. Attention!!!
road), from open rural to CN to acJ There was no objection to 'the SllAPPER.:
comodate a convenience store. .rezoning from the floor. SNAPPER OWNERS
CR-2J7 run east-west from Zoning Board member Spyro r ALL AMERICAN Fre-Season
US-301, some four miles south of Drivas moved to recommend approval -
Starke.,to CR-18 which goes into of the request to the board of SPRING SAVINGS Tane-U
Graham and Brooker. county commissioners who will '
CR-225 dead-ends into' CR-227 hear the,issue Wednesday March all tires Made tn the Good' Speda'Act

Ole US of A now to get the best value

I Track Boosters Need HelpThe Front End 995Alignment' F 'yet choice on America's In rear engine number riding one F delivery' and

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chase materials. mowers.

Club is raising Bradford$1,000 Track to renovate Booster'the track Anybody Interested is asked in the to BHS contribute cl'tired FREE ATTACHMENT: Buy a Snapper riding
program
inside of the track shack on the corner says Coach Loper Includes set caster,camber toe in to mIra. specs ',Hi-Vac* Rider at the regular mowers-Now thru
of Adkins and Orange Streets. "Any donation will be appreciated Inspect suspension A steering system For most r retail price and get a Single '
The club is refinishing the inside of ," says Coach Loper american can. Front wheel drive and chevene vehk Bag Catcher or Dump Cart April 1,1988.Clean .
the old track shack that used to be There are four levels of giving: axtra Parts extra FREE or 50% off a Twin Bag ,
used for
storage. Being installed is
General contribution, to $24; '
uP' Catcher or Bag-N-Wagon
"' Mower
security storage equipment Front
bronze level $25-49, silver level
storage, dressing rooms $50-99 and gold level is $100 and up. .BRAKE,or Rearsenlce ((28" or 33" models only). Sharpen Blade 1
NO DOWN PAYMENT And
bathrooms, concession stand, and a Donations are tax deductible. :
public! _address and scoring tower, Checks may be mailed to Buddy 4995 low monthly payments with Clean Air Filter
"There have been unforseen costs Paterson, president of the Bradford i SNAP-CREDIT Change Oil
'and we're in a crunch,"',says Coach Track Booster's Club, an''care of M.1a.a pa.s Of .Il..a wwn-s Of .
I.Iaai MC*k..ri...! Mass a.+....t.wN-Ysl See your SNAPPER dealer during Change Spark Plug
Loper. Lawtey Elementary School or to ...!fcMrtcMi ton I"....._Maw*,.*... I Grease All Fitlngs
Work will be done with inmate Coach' Loper at Bradford Middle lr./*. -. SNAPPER'S All American''
,labor but $1,000 Is needed to pur- School. Spring Savings Tighten All Nuts t Bolt
NO HIDDEN COSTS ON OUR BRAKE SPECIAL! '
.__ "! Lube Throttle Linkage

I Recreation ,News RADIAL XL'MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS NAPPER ,....:....; !, Adjust Brakes fc Belt

BELTED AdMIoOnol Fuquakduatrl45." I .. =--1 ,. Adjust Carburetor

Baseball registration' deadline is Service Tires,& Battery
SoftbaU'Meetings... :
Thursday March 10, for ages 7-14. P155-80R13 $34.00 $28.00 p
The second organizational Sign up at the old armory.Fee is$20. $38.00 '
meetings for the 1988 slow pitch softball '175-80R13 $30.00 !1

'season are set Monday, March Umpires Needed... P195-75R14 $41,00 $34.00
$29.
28.
The.Women's League meeting is Umpires are needed,for both softball P205-75R14 $43.00 $36.00 t'
set for 7 p.m., the Men's and Men's and baseball.Anyone interested $47.00
$38.00
Church Leagues at 7:30: p.m. is asked to meet at 7 p.m. March 15 P215-75R15 nu Parts
Anyone not making the first at the Sec Department. ,P235-75R15 $49.00PRIX '$41.00,
Feb. 22 is asked to be
meeting pre- Exercise.... RVS
TRUCK TIRES GRAN
Morning MOUNTED
sent March 28. AND You Factory Authorized
The meetings will t>e held in the Tuesday, Thursday 'and Friday, 31X10.5015LT31X11.5015LT .$66.00'BALANCED' FREE
old armory, across N. Temple Ave. beginning at 9:30 a.m., upstairs in $71.00: AT NO:> Catcher Puts k Service Dealer
Single Bag
from Bradford High School.. the old armory building, the Rec EXTRA'CHARGE
The February organizational Dept. Classes are free..Instructor: 33X12.50-15 $81.00 retail value $149.95"
meetings helped determine the'' Cheryl Godwin., Dump Cart '
,number of teams in each league, a WINTERIZE' Your Car'$19.95CORBETT'S' 'retail value $199.95 STARKEPOWER

,date to start the league, how to 'Gymnastics... '
schedule practices the approximate' Dana Henson,26,an Ail-American ; '
,cost and league rules. gymnast living in Doctor's Inlet,has 50 % OFF
The March meeting will be the been signed up to teach gymnasticsfor 'Twin Bag 'Catcher :-,
closing date to join the league.' the Starke Recreation Department -
League fees and due dates will beset Rec Director Cheryl Godwin. Tire & ServiceU.S. retail value $$269.95,
according to Recreation Director announces. BagNWagonretail EQUIPMENT
Cheryl Godwin. Registration: for ages .4-16, Mon-' value $389.95
It is important that the manager'or day, March 14, from 3:15.5:15p: : .m. 301 )' JOIN THE MILLIONS
attend (Temple
a ''team representative Walnut Starke
these meetings Ms. Godwin. If at the Recreation Dept. (the Old Ar- OF SATISFIED SNAPPER USERS. 438 S.
says mory across US-301 from Bradford '
you cannot attend or send someone, High School). M/C-Visa 964-6436: HURRY)OFFER ENDS SOON. 964-8568
please contact the Recreation Dept.,
Registration fee: $10; monthly
964-6792,by 5:30 p.m.on the meeting charge $20.Potential., -.-
,date if you plan on having a team.mUle students should be' t'I'

league. prepared Monday March 14,to par- all

Baseball Registration.... ticipate to determine beginning orintermediate ,
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'BHS Basketball team GOLDKIST


I. ,. Falls' in TournamentBradford '

Kim>I ,!. 31 or 21 ', /
basketballers lost 75-58 Forest had three big men, aU well John George & Amanda
., to Ocala Forest last Wednesday, over six feet and all well over 200
Feb. 24, in the first round of the pounds Coach Simpson. Wl'">| her aliappy Birthday r
District 5-3A Tournament played at everybody on the BHS teams '
Vanguard High in Ocala.O. played, said Coach Simpson who LARGE QUANTITY OF
.Forest went on to beat Santa Fe dressed three ,JV players Kevin ,
70-53 and O, Vanguard beat Finch, Truin Blye and Chris
Gainesville Eastside 96-63 to ad- Dinkins, who made the trip. BULK PLANTS IN STOCK
vance to the finals.Tournament host BHS ended its season 10-14
O. Vanguard 27-4 and ranked fourthIn __ M M ,,11 1.35. .
the state then beat cross-town S.udf..dHII It 14 I* It r M ,
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'FwM (Ill lafclmoK, I4-S/1 3*. Kwit Loll.
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nval O. Forest for the District 5-3A 'a./.-,.. ..Ml,. Lands 1/1-19, Mlh Fleming' _, 21g6'i- Potting soil \
championship. Vanguard has a good ,1.li2.: .. .......Hol.ln.on./'.'.Tololi. :II.'2122.71. ,( Fre.h COW.IfANURB j
big and a good guard, plus depth. lr. /.i outmanned, said Wr 0-0/0-I9.Cortor./'''.Lon I 0-1.M..tonkin' Ration fir product
We were Just S-I/J-II I.Mnyll/14.H.Choodtor 1-66,w.Hud 11 Seed. .Planter boxes ;that M
Dog improvement
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,Tornado Coach Chester Simpson. O. ,KXiO-l/JI.K. Finch 0 12To.....:'.17VI.M.OfSteen .' 4o Ibi S 'rt


.1 Qualifies''- for ,State' 7 '25 Plant Buy In stock No Later,.. 'f $2 etc. 401b.' 5OAzaleaCamellia, $e2rsI.Ple 40"manure. "401b.'.


Stephanie' O'Steen 17, ''of the bars and third all-around The state '
Keystone Heights area qualified meet Is 'set in, Ft.Lauderdale in '1
Feb. 27-28 for the Class I State Gymnastics April. '
\ Meet at the second qualifying Stephanie a senior at Bradford'High I \ Fertilizer $5. 50
meet in Palm Bay. School, is presently, living In Ib bag: COUPON
O'Steen.daughter of Mr.and Mrs, West Palm Beach and training at a ,
,Gary O'Steen, placed first on the gym in Pompano Beach She plans'' '
balance beam third on the uneven to receive a gymnastics scholarship : ; \ ,10-10-10
at the end of this season., ,

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Bradford High Auditorium t \ '. 'rW,(,!t;,::,":;'r);:,ir>'ti'\." ;,, ; / $1 'OFFPremium
Sponsored ''.'l\":2i!: 'r'I"J"" ;"' ':",'"'.1,\'""I) ,,';. '. Ott, .
retarded I "&/,1'l .,1'.) ,'. .' ."
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If you ting dance or play bring your accompaniment and be at place of II .... II MiII GREAT

showing 1 hour before showtime. L ... PRICES r '
Winner will be Judged/ an. audience applause, and submitted to a l' -
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.Nashville Talent' Record Agency U81O'
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Old-time Medicine Show a ,special treat for the family with a good cause ARC Sunshine Industries

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," : By Mark Frledlin among the audience" said Sunshine crucial in this stage of the project, Lanmer said. "It's a completely different Sunshine Industries provide vocational possible. The ultimate goal always
,r 4 BeT Staff Writer Industries Director Bob Larimer but we think we have lot to be proud situation here, and the training daily living skills (a throughout the program is to return
It's showtime again. with a chuckle. 'I'm' sure they will, of here, with our profit making changes in personality are dramatic vital but often overlooked! part of the client to living and working independently -
1;*'" Bradford ARC-Sunshine In- prevent that from happening this businesses and our successful com- after they arrive and began working the program) and a productive wage in the community;
,\.', dustnes is sponsoring the sixth annual ,year, but you never can be sure." munity placement program, which and socializing with fellow workerson earning job to clients. attending the At the present time there are over
," > Tommy Scott's Medicine Show You can still get tickets for this has been very well received.!( a normal basis. The people here program. 55 clients attending the program, an
'. this Sunday afternoon, March 6th at one-tune event by contacting Sunshine Three of the most highly trained in this community should be proud of Through the principals of "Nor. increase over last year, which putsan
1 2:30: p.m. in the Bradford High Industries or the Chamber of 'workers at the facility have received the progress they' have made. We malization", stalfers emphasize activities eve |" IP'priority onohtaimng! ,
I" I School Auditorium. Commerce. Tickets are $3 for jobs at local businesses around the want it to continue, and that's 'why and programs to enable the See. Sunshine.
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Tommy Scott's Old Time Medicine singles with family ticket packagesfor Starke area and employers report we need help with our expansion pro- handicapped person to become as .
Show is an event that has been seen $15. For ticket information call outstanding success with their performance ject." productive and as ''independent as pap 118
on NBC's Today Show and on Johnny 964-7699. ,
,',.' Carson. It is an authentic Medicine >Building Fund Going Strong "This program has been very encouraging
':'. Show featuring country and I'he drive for funds continues for so far," Larimer said.
bluegrass music, sharpshooting and the staff and clients at the Bradford "This has been one of the most satis-'
magical acts that are a mixture of Association of Retarded citizens' fying things we've done yet, both for r
fun and comedy for the entire family Sunshine Industries workshop, the clients and the staff here. It
which is experiencing one of its biggest gives them a real boost of confidence
Gong the Gorilla will be making an years yet with a successful when a worker can do so well in the
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appearance, as well. placement program operating in business environment. We would
This is the only authentic Medicine: local community businesses and ex like to do this '(community placement -
Show in the country and has been CIting plans for an expansion of, the ) as much as possible becauseof ..
entertaining audiences in Bradford facIlity. the positive aspects it has
County as guests of ARC-Sunshine The facility needs community sup- ,demonstrated."
Industries for many years as they port for the new building, which will Sunshine Industries is a bustling
stop by on their way up north. house' an added workshop, enterprise located'' on State Road 16.
Bradford ARC-Sunshine Industries classroom and office space to meet Mentally retarded adults of Brad
is sponsoring the big event, the needs of handicapped citizens ford County who work and learn at
:" .:;,'." with aU proceeds going to the Bradford County. the facility gam extensive, practical
',.',.;.",\' ', Building Fund for its new facility in "We are excited about the plans training and working expenence 1
:\,' \ ,' the new industrial park, for this new facility," said Ex- from the program.
'/,,'''''' ',/," So, bring the kids, pack up the ecutive Director Bob Larimer. 'the Success stories abound. You have
Z";,"'''.i'ii(: ;'V'; relatives and lets fill up the place for plans call for an 8,000 square foot only to visit the clients and staff'
/h/il/ ;$;jd"',* a worthy cause and to see on of the new building which will add a members to notice.
" ,\f"(,\v'1'; .' entertaining local shows of the year. classroom additional office spacesfor "Some of the'' clients who come
'One of the most exciting the staff,' and an entire new here have been in institutions where
l moments of the show last year came workshop for the clients. Local funding there was no creative output at all,
when Gong the Gorilla got out and community support will be and it stifled their mental growth,,"







.' ., For a Worthy Cause...' ,
\> The Tommy Scott Old Time Medicine Show a performance In SUrke will help ipecUl fund raining project by ARC
Suiuhlne Industries to raloe funding for a new building with greater capacity for wprk.hopn! training areas and

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Call the Chamber of Commerce for ticket detail for thl popular event benefiting a worthy cause.SEASON \ '((904)) 752-8627. < .

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Stephen Angelovich was in the farming business until his Brooker; two brothers, Harry of Mrs. Martha Jane ","Honey" sister, Mrs.Zella Rouse of Brooker;. Graveside tueral services were
retirement in 1983. He served'on Chesterfield, Va., and Donald Hardee, of Brooker, died Friday, nine grandchildren, 14 great-, held ,Monday Feb., 29 at Westvlew.
Mr Stephen Andrew Angeiovtcti,. Clay Electric Board of Directors Hamilton >of Ft. Lauderdale;' two Feb. 26 in Bradford Hospital following grandchildren and 2'' great-great I
77, of Keystone Heights, died Sun' since 1963, serving as president for'' sisters,Audrey Mitchell and Ua Mae an extended illness. grandchildren.
day, Fee. 28 in Campbell's Villa of many years. He was also a memberof Zornes both of Bradenton; ten Born and raised In Griffin, Ga., I
Melrose, following an extended U- the Seminole Electric since its grandchildren :and IS great Mrs. Hardee was the daughter of the ..
lijess, beginning and the Statewide Electric ,grandchildren.Funeral late William and Mary Louise Collins .' PORTABLE BUILDINGS
Born 'Oct. 18, 1910 in Stratford, Association. He was a memberof services were held Tuesday Hammond, former pioneer HANOI-HOUSE
Conn., Mr. Angelovich moved to the the Shriners and Brooker Masonic Mar 1 in the New River Baptist'' ,residents of Griffin. She was the, NO DOWN PAYMENT j-..
Keystone area in 1979 from Connec-, Lodge, the Bradford-Union Cat- Church in Brooker, with Rev. Cecil widow of the late Lester Hardee. '
ticut. He was a member of St. tleman's Association and Bradford Turner and Rev. Elwynn Edwards Mrs. Hardee lived in Jacksonville 54 Good Selection to Choose From
Wilhams' Catholic Church, ,a 4th Farm Bureau. He was a member of 'officiating. Interment was in New years;before moving to Brooker six Mini-Storage Facilities .
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Degree Knight of the Knights of Col- New River Baptist Church. River Cemetery under the directionof years ago. She was a member of We also have
umbus,. ana a member of the Coast Survivors include his wife Elma Archer Funeral Home, of Lake New River Baptist Church. Hwy 301 South !
Guard Auxiliary in Milford, Conn. P, .Edwards Hamilton of Brooker; Butler. Survivors include two daughters ;
Survivors include his wife'Anna two sons, Thomas Blake Hamilton Mrs. Grace Bigham of Brooker andMrs. 964-8848 I

L. Angelovichi; two daughters. and, James.EE Hamilton; both of Mrs. Martha Hardee Mary Young: of Venice. Fla .
Virginia Angelovich of Jackson Hts.,
N, V., and Valerie Finney of

Gwlford, Connn.;. brother, Andrew '. .
Angelovich of Lake Geneva; two ,
Sib ten, Marguerite Gadsky of Strat-'
ford, Conn, and Frances Marcinko ,
of Bridgeport Conn.; and two. '

grandchildren.Funeral services were held

Wednesday Mar. 2 at St. Williams One Stop 'Shopping
Catholic Church with Fr. Tom Gor
don officiating. Interment was in
c Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
Keystone.

Mr, Evered C. Betts 3 PRICES GOOD

Mr. Evered Carl Betts; '69;,:of THURS.,- WED.,
r Starke, died Monday, Feb. 29 in the MARCH,, 3-9. 1988
VA Medical Center of Lake City Ii Winn-Dixie'

following a lengthy illness. ,
Born Oct. 3, 1918 in Cambridge,
Mass., Mr. Belts moved to Starke in STORE HOURS
,1976 from Gainesville. He was an TM
Episcopalian a veteran of the U.S. ,
Army during World,War II, and a MONDAY SATURDAY ,
Correctional Officer with the DOC in l' : -
Gainesville. 8A.M.-lOP.M.
Survivors include his wife, ; .
'Vuanita Ardrey Betts 'of Starke;, 'i 'SUNDAY '
daughter Donna Maxine Saddler of "
Ft.Myers, ; stepson, John Paul Betts ; PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:' .

of Flonda, 8 A.M. 9 P. M. STARKE"KOMI : ,.. '
Funeral services will be announced -, ,.n. w'V *Moot mtmn ar N'i MMn M w ,

at a later time by Jones Funeral .. ,.,'
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Miss Jenny Bias
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day night in Green Cove Springs
from carbon monoxide fumes while
,she was babysitting." She attended, Take Your Medicine in our wJ :
Clay County schools. ENTER AND WIN THE
PHARMACYOur
Survivors include her mother" "
Gracie Marie Allen Bias of Starke;' 'PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP --

father, Charles Perry Bias of Green : SWEEPSTAKES FROM .: BEST SHOTS rWINN
Marketplace pharmacists are state-licensed ,.
Cove Springs; sister, Susan Marie n'\ "
:Glass of Green Cove Springs; pater... professionals who can answer questions about Your' -DIXIE AND ColorCOCACOLA

'nal grandmother. Kay fiilman of, family* health:They'll also show you how we can save Rprlnte! 1!
Starke and maternal
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grandmother, Obelia Tetstone of you money'on both prescriptions and over-the-counter ... .... 2 sx 2 Sara
ImnrtM .11..f TiI..rMIIPrtn.A1*ft SctO**!AM A < 8 wallets'
Starke. medicines,So come by and pays a visit. Bring, the 01 Call Al WwM FMWVI It Kittmn(*.CM...........NOT ...S'.. Only i9. Community State
Funeral held Mon
services were below 'and you'll save $500 off ,first _
Archer coupon your BADGES NOW ON SALE Bank
day, 'Feb. 29 in Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. G.C. Foger- prescription at WINN.DIXIE'S Marketplace II-dLs.Era- JHB| PARTICIPATING AT YOUR M.morl.s -.oo .
By TM Dozsn'WINNOIXIEs "
ty: officiating Burial followed in Ft. FULL SERVICE LOW, LOW, PRICES I
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Call Cemetery in Union County with r. 34mm eotoc O"W; $Supermarket Bank
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" Feb., 25 in Bradford Hospital of ,,.
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,Starke following a lingering illness. M1ll Yours
Born June 7, 1902 in Anmston, ... .

". Ala., Mrs. Bradley moved to Nutritionc ,-,. '
Keystone 22 years ago from Birmingham m'6AIM H saaaaTaSOUMCE
Ala. She. was a homemakerand Center FABRIC

Survivors a Baptist.include. her husband, ALL '" ; DETERGENT __ SOFTENER

Lowell S., Bradley; son, James E. Eat. drink, and a
'. Miller of Keystone; two grandchildren FLAVORS healthy start on feeling your
,I"" ,Mike Miller of Keystoneand pest, with everything from t$139 1.$199
: Cindy Linzmeyer of St. pure natural jams and 42 /
4ti f, Augustine. 3 $ 1 jellies to special pastas _,... ,
.)' Graveside funeral services were 1111 Condiments and baking
: held Saturday Feb. 27 with Rev. IUS:, ingredients Natural fruit
Leamon Ward officiating. Interment and vegetable juices, tool

was in Keystone Cemetery under the
I direction of Jones Funeral Home of War Wt'Tt.CMiKW MCOA no.a.wosI
:t" Keystone. Bwt'PUTE VIVA CRISCO, KELLOGG'SMAYONNAISE
Fish for Compliments in'the f.
! Mr. Luther T. Dyer TOWELS OIL FLAKES

Mr. Luther T. Dyer 97, of Lake'' FISHERMAN'S, WHARFcITiiSii __ j jrj i .
Butler, died Saturday morning in -"- 99 "V ....._ '- 67 $280 "
!f'' Alachua General Hospital of, OHM KM : iz o: lulaeo 1zIEu. .
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Gainesville following a brief illness. ? .I(
1 i' Born in Alabama Mr, Dyer moved f :: $ O59

;,: to- Lake Butler in 1925. He was, .." r
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1926 to' 1941 and Bradford County 'Ii. DlLTADCAT.- 'I ;, _r.t

1 1i"; ,Agent from 1941 to 1946. After retiring {'" FILLETSO89! ill .-..._..... ,...0.UCTC...
as County Agent, he began a is .. S O./ILMa wSs Te00 FOLDERS
'( beekeeping business. He served as ..-::;... $ TOP "TO. FAIlILY STYLE I GRAPEFRUIT FUll

; President twice of the Northeast .... : APPLE JUICE \Vgl BREAD JUICE COFFEES
} Fia"Beekeepers Association,' was a ,U R.
; 'member, of the Trinity Baptist : "
r Church and was a veteran of World T TO M COUNT ootTREE
, War I.. .. WHITE SHRIMP . .3" .' 2,97GREEN $108 SIIE $179
CAN
SurvivOrs' include one son, Fred ,
Dyer of Lake Butler and one grand.
daughter, Carol Dyer of Lake,
Butler _...
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Graveside funeral services will be CVY ALL WIMgTMTOASTER .
Get it Go in .
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,, held Sunday at 2:30 p.m.., in Dekle' 6J BEANS PASTRIES YL SIC- __
$ 28
with Rev. Michael Norman
Cemetery -.
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:, under the, direction of Archer 3 1IS& $100 2 Iii- $1 --.--- COCKTAIL.
ViUN* CAlIS
. ''I, Funeral Home of Lake Butler., ?) iiiiD pit' SPAGHETTI '
HAM
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"J'', GEORGIA CRACKERS ...... $239
I r,,; Mr Robert Neil Grainger 92, of $299 IITTT PlEASE SUE
,<11 Park of the Palms died Wednesday, la 3 ,e.r $100. 98C CAT LITTER aia..a $149
,'J. Feb 24 in Alachua General Hospitalof __DOLI'' CAMS v.:
Gainesville following a lengthy illness. -' v TURKEY BREAST

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... Born June 25,1895 in Scotland, Mr. 9 ,... -. FROZEN FOODS ----,,- .
Grainger moved to Keystone in 1977, -z la.$2' ... M..G..YTC.I/ ,FUll TRim NAIL
from Toms River, N.J.'He' was a 'ALL-.on FISH ROLLS .t.W! '69 QUICK HITS am 9ge

f member 'of Park of the Palms .. BANQUET STICKS Lt $195 "
Church and a retired clerical worker .. .. .__ I -.j" :WUEI LIFE,
,for Con-Edison Electric Co.SurvlvOl'l _. wam c'MCMtunnCOCONUT POT PIES ... -111E'S ROHZOHI $119
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.. Include son, John Grainger -, ITALIAN BREAD. CAKE; ,rai.f t9ge SPAGHETTI aa EREAL.'a T_
of Mt.Kisco, N.Y.; four grand- PIZZAS :
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.j'\S; children ''and two, great-, 69C $449 2 89 < KRAFT299C QUAKER' MsHOTttttUB I:,. $,-IHEALTH 67.
SEA'PAKSIMIMP
It grandchildren. : :"Ada E as
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\\1) in Park of the Patina Chapel with '
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. was in Kenalco Cemetery In Homestyle & BEAl'TY AIDS FRESH FROM THE DAIRI
,';' Valhalla, N.'i. Local arrangementat Cookin' from'WlnnDlxie's TrJL"1 lsr '
(i i were handled by Jones Funeral "Li STICK
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I i,; Mr Mr.Zedra Zedra' Hamilton Hamilton S3, died .........,,....t.,....:.J.....b.....__ ..,.... ( ASPIRIN a IURUlIIE l!

7';.:, ;Saturday night at Ida son's home In ..._" y",.hw......"vf..a.. ..h.w.r."1rr..ainn r.. 7$1O0PS,
Gainesville after' an extended 11Ineat. ., "" ........., .. 'T I
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I I More Space, Textbooks: Leaking Roofs; Top ,List of Priorities for School I


Dr. John Mazzeila, principal'at administrators. In addition to might have some input Into the '.drainage.:" School currently has 815 students absentees is acceptable, when'compared
., Bradford Middle School, presented a material needs, school workers sug discussion.However"The want list Dr. Mazzeila said while wants appear ,enrolled,and 46 staff members.This to other schools, the principal
d list of Items to the school board Monday from philosophicaloto, addui- doesn't necessarily reflect the needsof to be many the actual needs year the school enjoys a teacher. said,
,Feb. 22, during the board's visit sion, the school," Dr. Mazzeila said. are relatively few.He said "I ant a student ratio of 1 to 23,a long sought
to the school tional employees.Dr. When ,asked Plant...,
complex. to priortize the practical man, and I realize the goal school administrators Physical
The list items Is a compilation of .. Mazzella said he listed every schools needs, Dr. ,Mazzeila said limitations imposed by the budget.,," BMS by enrollment will decrease Heating and cooling is a problemIn
material needs gleaned ,from a 'item on the survey returned by the ,"Covered walkways,replacement of next year by 50-70 students, according all schools, Energy Officer Gene
survey of classroom teachers and teachers) in order that everyone I furniture and carpets, space for a ':The ,Middle School... to school predictions,primarily Tanner told the board, but only

__ nn_ _n computer. lab and planning and ,Or. Mazzella .mH .1h- Middle because the Lawtey area eighth because teachers are not uniform In
graders will remain at Lawtey' wanting similar temperatures.
J.E. MILLIGAN Accounting ,Service Elementary.Student Tanner said teachers will have
PHYSICAL THERAPYJERRY absentees average 8 percent heat in one room, and cooling In an
Bookkeeping' &' Income Tax Preparation 60-80 students per' day, Dr. adjoining room, at the same time,
Mazzeila told the board. Staff and the system isn't designed to
Serving the area ,since 1970 FISHER. P.'LBY :
116 N. Walnut st. Next to Post Office I absentees average 1-2 per day, but function in that manner.

L Starke j *Jo4-o69o' I I Downtown APPOINTMENT: \ 964.600O j'was past few somewhat weeks.higher The percentage during the of room Tanner needs agreed'addItional that an heating outside

facilities, and he will install electric
heaters Immediately In attemptingto
provide enough heat for the out.
side room other rooms are being
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,heated excessively
in the middle SChool Tanner said
'"limiters;;have been placed on thermostats -

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QUANTITY RIGHTSRESERVED
Superintendent ,Jim Duncan said
.. wmn pun..TOMO. M4 state law requires classrooms to be
w.- heated to 68 degrees,although some
teachers would like warmer rooms,

.. Additional Space
You've been In discussing additional space,Dr.
hearing a MAzzella said teachers prefer the
1-25 ratio, with teachers rotating
rather than going to a higher ratio,
giving each teacher a home room.

Lot about Low Prices Dr.computer Mazzella lab said, where the school students needsa

'can go to the computer,rather than''
bringing the computers to the stu-
Just ''talk? Some Stores Yes. WINN-DIXIE dent.
,No Way ,WINN OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY The ,0nJy'other additional space

DIXIE offers you over 10,000 Everyday; Low Prices that help you, LOW PRICES' 'really needed is a planning area for
f. 'teachers, Dr. Mazzella said.
get the, Lowest Price Everyday, and that ,means Money,in your TO GIVE YOU A Dr. Mazzella said his construction
LA Ne
, i k:": Pocket. Money you 11,Save like you won't save anywhere else..Stop LOWER FOOD BILL pnonty preclude is students for covered getting walkways wet whIle', to

COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'LL LIKE THE SAVINGS! going from one place to another.
, \/, I by WINN-DIXIE you'll see. what we: mean. Superintendent Duncan said he and
;;"\,,,:,.." Tanner accompanied by the school
rA"1'M'ld\'/",'" -- architect;Spyros Drivas will visit all
; 'I':,, ; district schools next.Fnday Feb.26,
;:) t,' 'r to determine the need for walkways.One .
teacher had placed "Science :
Lab" on the want list, prompting
,' School Board Member Lep bchlof-,
>' W-D BRAND U S. CHOICE.., 5. W-O BRAND tOO% PURE- man to ask,,"U we are going to push
BEEF BONELESS + F D O 5-LB. HANOI PAKS FLAME, RED or WHITE SEEDLESS}, I science in the high school do we
,.' I'' U..s.HcE CHUCK < GROUNDBEEF ', "' 'THOMPSONGRAPES need a lab In the middle.school?","'
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''', $1,000 was budgeted for science in'
r ROAST W/DPOPEGNOUNDBEEP t the middle school this year, for the
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,purchase of materials and did not:
express a desire to expand the mId. .
I ,dJe !school science program. :

,; .. .. $17.7. ,97' 091HARVESTFRESH ,Leaking" Roofs;.. ''su )

The perennial problem of leaking

'c.,:,,,.:',/",\ I LB. ""' .........fI".,............""" 'roofs said major surfaced leaks,as have always.been reduced Tanner'', ",

S ',,,: W D M.MD_K...h._ from 20 to 7, but will continue to be a
/"" ,; GROUND BEEF . .. $128 problem since "we don't have
:':' ''':'' : ,anyone roofs." consistently repairing

Board Member Rodney Hall said
repairing roofs should be a No. 1
ALL U.S. CHOICE BEEF priority ""it is foolish to do other.

twhiiJy: wise," Hall said, ,
IS TRIMMED TO .'14 INCH PRODUCE '*"Il Supt.! Duncan' said the Vo-Tech ,
roof is the most critical in the I
', -- system, and estimates the cost of \
w.o BRAND U.S. CHOICE Nature SALAD repairs at 160000. Architect's plans I

,,- i.;r.:7: !; ,.. TBONESTEAKS l makes theProduce. TOMATOES, l& 49 lor renovating by the the school roof have board been, and approved -

: Supt. Duncan expects bid to be let
.'; : = .. TURNIP for the job in March. Architect

...':,.r: R" ", ; Winn-Dixie ROOTS .. ti l& ,49' Drivas eliminate has redesigned the ,"flat the or structureto built-up
'if,. q "J '! J- .f'( U. s CHOKE "
.0.(.. $ 9 7 ,, 'makes the .'''''..'resewIDANO roof.
\ I'v Textbooks...
,', &jsSy 2 W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE E-Z CARVE Difference! HI 99 pufon
\ ; ''" POTATOES, Textbooks the want list by
L
r ., 'a teacher are not a problem the.
X -i IB.? <, RIB 'ROAST ,' '" W/D PURE GROUND BEEF' middle school, says Dr. Mazzella.
f :2S4cK>*** i and
Every child has textbooks, the
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'school has $50,400 budgeted supplemental
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: T-BONESTEAKS, ,DELMONICO $497 $297 \?r"( ; : "':'}:". ,, ,supplies per year.,'averaging, $62 per student

_..___._.., STEAKS. ,0' u .. ,,' Supt. Duncan said the admihistraition ,
.,. ... J fo '
: LB.
to. standardize
GWN. ;: :.; MAMO c.o.c..ON.L.U is attempting
..!..."- \'t.! .!:!"'!' _.... NEW. YORK 'I books throughout, the district, in
0.......,._ '.... It_ $497 order that students coming in from
- ... = :,;. ,,a = STRIP STEMS L,, wn"AHOU.CHOfC.: ,GDVFINMENI IIIAN AOUTAEOM AGUWIONS' Lawtey, Brooker and Hampton will
,MOM VMt ey.N..-- ...O-...Gro1c...........AD.. have access to the. same InstruC-
SIRLOIN I I
INC.. ..,'N '*.,*.",: a.t. .:- SIRLOIN ,$O97 $' I 154 LEANER LEAN tional materials as those attendingthe I
," middle school.
.H".r ,'.-.. .".-_ STEAKS. .. l& 'STEAKS', 'GROUND Overall, Dr. Mazzella made fewer
WoO MANO U f CHOWC CUT FROM TOT_NOTHERE'S demands on the school board than
LONDON usually heard, as the board moves
CHUCKS
$295 from school to school to hear budget
'sue: BROIL .'. ., . .. Ia F requests .and listen to individual
NOTHING UKE -.;: teachers
WOO MANO U* CHOKtt lONELlt 4
SIRLOIN TIP $195lo. Vo-Tech Next...

THEOFAWDBRAND. ,' ROAST. .,.. ;. .,. ., a : ., ,LI. $295.-, MEA.! school Next board Monday wilt night meet Feb.in the 29,, Vo-the', '

WO I/. -t',LB., Tech school.' "
.' US CHOICE iirHOtC'IIOHILI"1IOTTOII ,$ 95 {AAA ain .A regular board meeting will con-!
2 ,-_- verse at 6 p.m.with the main item being :
STEAK ROAST ., :,. '. '. .", ..,. .L& ,Ground..f ,'.La"1.6'" : Ground Round *216BcTf ,attendance at Bradford HIgh'
\School, followed by a workshop at 7p
w'O WUNO ue.chap CCNTEH CUT
W-D BRAND U S CHOICE THIN CUT
will discuss Vo-,
The
I SANDWICH, STEAK or BONELESS CHUCK PaHist ,MM iTeaTLoaTrr., -, Tech m. needs workshop for next year's budget

CUBED.ROAST $175 'M-.MYaoc.1Wm ,'S.-". M597 .but may digress into other areas. '
'. . .'.'. LI. CHUCK STEW '
$
$285 ;
W-O MANO US.CHOW H>*ONCLIUCALIFORNIA ROAST |
u MEAT. ., u
STEAKS. $ .. ..-Y.::. u_ u. .-t;n rant*.* E-Z WHEELS

'. ROAST .' . .. . L& 1'95 CHUCK ,$O35 FRYER OQc
'II I O '" N.TEMPLE
STEAK UGQOIRTERS, u 9 :1320 AVE.STJ.RK1'1?,
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$ 9 5 CNOSM _.. .-.a..

2 FILL YOUR CHUCK $195 PORK.U.YS. $J>97 964-7783
'STEAK,. ;a/ -
CHOKE .I-! !
lB. FREEZER ..e.r -:agaa :. :; .'Buy Here Pay Here''
SMOKED SHOULDER

_...n.Yasa wKA .._...._, 'REEIER BEEF .;U) t WRAPPED >Rtt HAMS ., u. ,$117 ROAST ,' is $215 e We Finance.
CUBED CLUB -195STEAKS. WHOLS-HAl* 0 lift '
$ '
$285 SMOKED 'SH '77 Dodge Royal Monaco''
.. u. ROAST ,. ._ La "I BONELESS $'27 i-2' 75 Auto/Air/PS/PB
$217 HAMS .o.u.., ROAST ,, .
STRIPS .,'.'.. .'.,,. ,.. I L& USDA INSPECTED Looks,'Runs. Drives Like New'
CMOmBONELESS This'
ALL VARIETIES FAMILY' PACK FRESH Week's Special
'$097 $295 Dn.-E-Z Payments
'PEPSI1IIIEYES '=. FRYER
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'76 Nova In-Line 6 Cyl.
COLI' ALL AAEEP "1 THIGHS ;
Auto/Air'

IEEF u".J20 $395 Dn.*E-Z Payments

P rIES. .. .,.'. .' )
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i : "'"": .:,1A : ..: .;:, : 68f b
1,0 PORK I,,' I ;: Garage-kept by Sr. Cit. :

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I Black History Week L -I-- I II .



Observed in, ,Lawtey.,

Lawtey Elementary School/ ,life,saying mat opportunity aboundsfor
observed Black History Week with young people to become
,an hour-long program Thursday whatever they want to be.
morning: Feb 29, in the ,school Some 25-30 young. people filled the
cafeteria, stage to present The Dream," an
LE music teacher Richard Spruill Inspirational choral reading ending'
gave a reading,"Ebony and Ivory,"' with David DiPallo as Abraham Lin
to open the program followed by ,coin
"Comments about Black History" The student body really'VlperKed
by Nat TUlman, a staff writer for up" when Kevin Jenkins and James %'. I tyt I
';.* "aintavillt Sun. Davie took the stage for a
"Rapping." "Rapping" has to be
human called attention to the expenenced;it cannot be described.the .
contributions\ made by blacks dunng'the program closed with an excellent
early :years of the nation, and rendition of "Old Man
their place in history.He named con, River" an ever popular song from
temporary blacks as role models for "Show Boat," sung by Bill McRae
young people emphasizing the need principal of Brooker Elementary ..
for education to reach one a goals in. School. F9 K'-



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1u 'Big Performance...
Richardson Samantha Cowart.David DiPallo Yolanda Hankenon,Deai.b..k .
Student at Lawtey Elementary School give a performance of the The DreaW, .. -.Demetria McNeal,Theresa Jochnlewicx,Jay Smith henry ROM,Ted
I fc choral reading during. the observation of Black history Week., clack Sherman Ross.M1.U Golden Diedre tee AlexIa Mack Tracy Bryant and
Students the performance Inclndet Raynard Hudson,Veroojca William, ,Angel Lanler. '
Laterra Johnson,Yolanda Strong Tamara Austin,Gerald dark,AnqvaaAiwUn '
::1 ,Shannon Brown,Khlana James.Jackie Bolle,Tory Kitties,.Kallon

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the crowd rolling with their mt.lcalprtaentatloa ,located DEERWOOD Subdivision on.US 301
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Call for a viewing appointment see what a difference
TRUE CUSTOM BUILDING can make: Brick Veneer and.

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FINANCING CALL LONGCHAMP
\ CalnavUle Sun columnist Nat' AVAILABLE' ,GROUP HOME FOR AMBULATORY SENIOR
TUIman 1 1i addreM to students at the or ask about subsidized ,' ; "
; ourgovemment loans ailable through Farmers ,
elementary chooL DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY
Home
Mortgage.
ALONG WITH WEEK-LONG TERMS
24 HOUR SUPERVISION
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IN THESE MODERN TIMES. ... SUE LOTT WALKER

1 ,A Country Atmosphere With A Home, Type Setting
Making your pre-need funeral ar' ,Planned A tivitiesPH'O'

J rangements, is more than a'convenience 1 Mile South on : :

it is almosta'necessl. jl NE 468-26J9 ,325-Hampton! ..,
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Why postpone making arrangements s d..s

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Call us or come by for' the RUBBER .

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JONES FUNERAL HOME To
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t 514 Nona Street, Starke 664-6200 Hwy 100 & Cypress St. Keystone Hqts. -473-3176 Order

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:OPEN FOR BUSINESS ALSO for 1
: name tags? nuns s,

/1': -Singing... SMITH ELECTRIC CO. 'waitresses or anyone 'who,needs

Principal Buddy McRae sing,"OldMan

,. Lawtey Hirer. to a packed' home In ;, 304- E.. CALL STREET STARKE'.' 964-4425, name, tag..,

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,\ 'HOURSERVICE'24 Range Hoods I Sound Systems Robbie Smith -

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rGiving ; I Owner 'OFFICE :MACHINE
""I' r} Security Lights Security Systems .


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1\1"\, It Ills All... -- STEPHEN SMITH Week Month' ,
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\.'" .", Richard Sprain glrta hi*fun ous i
'!i Stole Wonder tajtetfa to a. LUMBER Calculators,
!",''. appreciative crowd at LawteyElementary. Typewriters
; Machines Shredders '
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Paper
Copy
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;;,""", 7 MILES, SOUTH STARKE-HWY' 301 Secretarial and office Chairs

Tennis InstructionStarke ': 468-2624 '."Cash Registers '. etc. etc. '
\ or Keystone
Private Lessons ,(PLEASE LET PHONE 1INGI TIMES AS WI For all office equipment''
J'Y'. 1 '$10 per hour OR 1 MAY BE SOME DISTANCE F10M IJCBtfEl) :your
Learn with a Friend I or furniture needs, see. .
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/"I., 473-4380 or 9646305Current I '- : sale-Without
"I"Hotus SHOP
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Include members of a in> <5 CITY
KHHS High School Team twaatt. TIBI
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I News Brief Card of Thanks

,_The family of Laura Lucy Joyner
Hall would like to express their deep
Starke'Youth Damage to the semi was $3,000 Undercover OperationNets resisting an officer with violence, doubted their story; however, no and heartfelt thanks for all expressions -'
damage to the according to Investigator Don Den- motor had been reported missing. of sympathy extended by family
Jeep was $8,000.
Dies From
GunshotA No Arrests satisilled Tillotson in-
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Still not ,
the
Dallas refused the breathalyzerbut ton. Kirby is charged with and friends during their bereave
$10 bag of marijuana allegedly was charged with DUI with bond For Selling To MinorsNo burlary of a residence. Total bond vestigated the Klngsley Lake scene bad ment. Words are inadequate to ex'
was the cause of the shooting death set at 36250. He was released on his has been set at $4,000, Kirby was where the suspects said they press our gratitude for your prayers,
arrests for violations of selling released on his own recognizance. taken the motor and found the motor
of a 17-year-old Starke youth last own recognizance. cards, visits, food and all the
alcohol beverages to minors were indeed had been cut from the motor It'
Thursday night. beautiful flowers. all meant so
made mounts-with bolt cutters and the,
recent unercover
during a
Lavon Gainey 21,has been Guard Sentencedf Traffic much to us.
arrest and charged with PeteParham's operaton.The house had been burglarized. Calling We would like to especially thank
Parrish Benard Martin 21, was
GirlA Bradford CounSheriff'sDepartment authorities and the owners of
: Fondling 'Clay '
murder, according to arrested Feb. 29 for driving while Dr Peter Glanas and the nurses and
checks the lake home led to the arrest of the
periodically !
Deputy Doug York.According to investigating former aides at Bradford Hospital. Your
correctional officer at alcoholic tlcnese suspended (DWLS), accor- four ofthe
local stores for selling occupants car.
officers, the shooting oc- Florida State Prison was sentencedFeb. to minors. Feb. 29 ,ding to Lt. John Hodges. bond was Arrested was the ,driver and caring attitude and help made our
beverages an
curred after a small drug deal at a grief easier to bear. May God bless
29 to two years community con- undercover juvenile entered 19 set at$210.Kenneth passengers Nathan Keene, 20, Ricky
,gas station on US-301. trol and five years probation for chain and private stores in the county Roberts 18, and Aaron Wheeler 16, each of you richly.The
GaIney and his uncle, Willie Davis last 31 of Hall Family,
Harold Stevens
fondling an 11-year-old girl sum ,
and the clerks in all 19 stores aU of Macclenny.
of Putnam Hall, were at the Clyde Hall,Rodney HaJJ,
waiting mer. demanded Identification and refused Quinton, Alabama was arrestedFeb. The motor valued'at $6,000 was
gas station when an 18-year-old went The sentencing earned out by Circuit to sell to the minor.It .'28 for driving under influence recovered. Marjorie Hutcheson! *Mae RitchlilU
in to buy beer. Gauiey asked him Judge Osee Fagan followed a had been brought to the sheriff's (DUI), according to Trooper Ken- .
where he could buy marijuana and presentence investigation into the attention that of the chain, neth Etheridge. Stevens' blood
the teenager went back to the conviction that earned a maximun been many 'their alcohol content was .24 percent. He
stores have
Parnam house on Thompson Street one-year Jail sentence, 15 years probation clerks In a similar manner.policing waa released after a $362.50 cash ) sI
with the $10 got the marijuana and and a $10,000 fine Another source of alcoholic bond was posted.
returned to the gas station. Keith Barnauskas, 40, was con- beverages to minors is adult buying'the
Apparently Gainey was victed Jan. 26 of lewd and lascivious beverages for the minor. Sheriff Tonda Jean Moody Collinsworth. DUE I TO( INCREASED 1 NEW CAR
dissatisfied with the quantity and assault of a neighborhood girl but Dolph Reddish stated that this violation 20, of Starke was arrested Feb.29 on
demanded his money back which w acquitted of sexual battery. of the law carries a maximum a capias charging failure to appearfor SALES GATOR 1 SUBARU IS
led to a fight in the yard after Gainey, The community control is similar sentence of 60 days in the county jail, no valid driver's license, actor>
showed up at Parham's house. to house arrest, according to probation $500 fine and up to six months proba. ding to Lt.John Dempsey. ,Bond was OVERSTOCKED 1 1 ON I II MANY LATE
Parham returned to his house supervisor Russell Turner. Bar- set at $101.25.Jefford .
tion.
slamming the door shut behind him nauskas must stay m close telephone
According to Sheriff Reddish, the MODEL I 1 TRADE-INS. THIS
at which time Galney fired a shot contact with the probation cifice. Is to concnetrateon Levone Hayes 20, was arrested -
from a ,3A-caliber revolver into the People are only allowed out of their ,department adults violating going this statue and Feb. 29 for DUI according to WEEKEND I ONLY 1 ALL THESE CARS
door, apparently at the same time home half an hour before and after Trooper Phillip Kraszewski. Bond ,
the
Parham was firing a shot from a rifle work or any other approved activity file charges on same. ,was set at$362.50
from inside the house according Barnauskas resigned Jan. 22 from The support of the public in reporting 8 TRUCKS WILL BE SOLD 1 I II

to Lt.John Hodges.The bullet struck the Job he held at the prison for violations of the beverage of laws Wilder Lee Clifton,24,of Keystone '
and continued the
Parnam in the top of the head, said almost 11 years merchants the demanding support identification Heights was arrested Feb. 28 for WHOLESALE(u TO I THE S PUBLIC
Hodges. Parham died a short time in alcoholic beverage sales will DU and driving on the wrong side of
,laier. City Police said Red-help- the road, according to Deputy Doug '
to eliminate this problem,
Gainey took off from the scene, York. He was released after a 83 PLYMOUTH HORIZON *1995
perhaps without realizing Parham Get Tough on Drugs dish. $362.50 cash bond was posted. '
had been shot said investigating of- Twenty-two arrests involving 86 TOYOTA Pick-Up *5995
ficers. Hewas located at uncles
his
about 3:30: a,m. Friday by local dangerous drugs have been made by Recent ArrestsIn Lawtey Policeman 78 PONTIAC Trans-Am $2B95
the Starke Police dur
authorities and Putnam County Department ; Bradford CountyThe Solves Burglary
He ing the first two months of 1988, indicating 86 TOYOTA TERCEL 6B95
authorities was charged on a
the 'crack' down on crack following arrests were made Before Its DiscoveryA
warrant and returned to Bradford '
County where he remains in the-- and other illegal drugs. by local authorities in Bradford Lawtey policeman ready to 86 RENAULT Convertible' $6495
From Jan. ,,3 Feb. 24
county. Jail under' ,no- bond. charges for possession through of crack cocaine County. ,assist a neighboring county with an '86 GMCS-15 Pick-Up S6495

Driver DUI conspiracy to deliver crack Edwin Cooper Haywood was ar attempted burglary solved a burlaryno *
cocaine and possession of' drug rested Feb. 23 for distrubing the one had reported. : 1O,9OO
At 3:30 Feb. 18 Clay County
In Accident paraphernalia and possession of peace, trespass, retail theft. Bond authorities: p.m.reported an attempted kIi'4ipttMi1; *6995
'A 46-year-old Brunswick,Ga.man cannabis have been placed against was set at$2,500, he was released on burglary and asked for assistance
the 18 people arrested, according to his *
was charged with driving under the own recognizance. from surrounding counties, thinking 2695
Lt. John Hodges. In two of the
arrests
influence centerline after and his struck vehicle a Jeep crossedthe early two Juveniles were also charged Jerry Lee Cruce, 18,was arrestedFeb. the suspects. William may Tillotson travel headed CR215.Lt. .east '86 CHEVY NOVA *6495
with possession of firearms during -> 23 for dealing in stolen proper'
Saturday morning. CR-22S he might intercept -> '
Joseph Mclntyre: Dallas,driving a the commission of a felony, said ty, theft. Bond was set at $1,000 he on the suspects thinking should they be 84 FORD RANGER P.U. $3995

semi tractor-trailor truck was south-' Hodges. was released on his own headed toward Lawtey.'A car was '84 PONTIAC 6000 STE S6495
US-301 at SR-100 when his Arrested on 'the above charges I recognizance.,
bound on stopped by Tillotson and a big 115 hp
vehicle crossed into the northbound were Walter Padelford (two counts). Mercury motor was found in the 84 BUICK REGAL *6495
Perry Keaton, Charles Henderson, David 21 of Lake
i Kevin Barth ,'
at'
turn lane and struck a 1980 Jeep trunk of the car.The four occupants
2:16: p.m. according to Patrolman Jeffery Rivers, Donald Reddicktwo Geneva was arrested;; Feb.: 27 for said they were taking the motor, 84 CHEVY CAMAROZ28 '7795
( counts), Randall Bailey (two of less than 20 of
Kathy Mercer Driver of the Jeep possession grams from the driver's uncle's lake placeto
Charles R. Brewster, 21, of Starke, counts); William David MerchantJames' ;' cannabis,according to Deputy Doug Macclenny to work on it.
was innired in the, accident and Marchant, Edward Lloyd ,York.Barth was arrested at the San- Driver of the ,vehicle Lewis MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM!
Howard Hampton, Wendell Rhoden ta Fe Boat Ramp.' He was released
taken to Bradford Hospital. Shawn WUkerson, 17,of Nassau was
Brewster was treated for lacera- :Jeffery Starling (two counts), Edwin after, a, 262.50" surety bond was' detained since there were outstan- Location of Sale
tions to his legs and minor facial Haywood, Alphonzo Covington posted.; ding felony warrants against him,
I lacerations. He has been released (two counts) and three juveniles. said Tillotson.
GATOR
from North Florida Regional According to Chief Jimmy Bowen, Jimmy Vincent Kirby, 17, was arrested Since the motor looked like it had SUBARU
I Hospital and has returned with his "No matter what costs, even if it,I. Feb. 24 on a capias charging been cut from the motormount and
parents to Grundy,Va.,according to I breaks the City of Starke,we are going 'burglary of a dwelling, petit theft, 'dumped In the trunk, Tillotson 2625 N. Main Street 377-1003
his employer Ken Teal. to clean up the town of drugs." battery of a law enforcement officer,' -

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation Judy Griffls, 37, a Starke hair ()
arrested six Bradford County dresser, la charged with conspiracy ). Infrared radiation w.s first discovered In sunlight by the astronomer Sir
residents March 2 M part of their to distribute cocaine and two counts .:c. William. .H.mh.et..fn.j'QL.t -_ -
ongoing investigation Into illegal of distribution of cocaine. She faces
drugs in North Florida. a possible 50 years in prison, ft
Benjamin S. Zoltowski, 39, of million fine and six'years special FOREMOST- st' PRICE-WISE Sale'
Starke was charged with conspiracy parole term. Prices
to distribute cocaine, distribution of Wayne Lee Alldredge, 41,owner of + .._ I
cocaine, possession of cocaine and Wayne' Body Shop, was chargedwith Good.
faces up to S3 years in prison and/or conspiracy to distribute cocaine ; combine to bring you Thru
a S3 million fine with a six year and three counts of distribution '_Mar.
special probation term. of cocaine. He faces possible LOWER PRICES!
Everette Henley, 37, a construc- 75 years In prison, $3 million fine and
tion worker was charged with conspiracy four years special probation term
to distribute ,cocaine and Morris J. Aaron, 36, of Lawtey a
distribution of cocaine, facing a truck driver, was charged with conspiracy '
possible 40 years in prison with a $2 to distribute cocaine and Old 'Gordon's
million fine and a three year specialprobation possession with intent to distribute Ten
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Danny U. Jackson, 35, a construc- term. $2 million fine and a three V. T.; High
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upon and harrassing Call Street to The Office Shop, where'' a March 5, sponsored by C-Cap (Citizen' Coalition Against Pollution Calvert ,
merchants, making petty thefts, calculator was found to be missing.The ).
and, so far, none have been arrested clerk said she saw the machinein Activities will begin with formation of a motorcade at Bradford 99
for the thefts. the woman's skirt and asked her, Square at I a.m.,proceeding to the Santa F* Community College 12
Three black persons, two men and to return it. Starke Center parking lot on Call Street, where a program o/speakers 1.75 99
a woman, held two clerks and four The woman,again more or less accompanied -' on hazardous waste gospel and country mujlc. garnet for children, a 799 6
customers at bay Feb 19. The by two men, returned to' cake walk, and art and crafts exhibit will take plac .10A9w2.50Rebate
threatened Food and drink booth will be set up, and Pete Schlo* *r will prepare .
woman the two clerks InKenwln's The Office ( Feb.
Shop Wednesay
and serve chicken/ and rice during the day. Proceeds from food tale 750, ,
with something, a knife or 24),.and was seen sticking a second will go toward defraying expanses of the campaign now being wagedby .750
gun, under a wrapped jacket. She calculator into her large purse. C-Cap against the location of a haxardou waste treatment facilityIn
backed the two clerks manager'Kim Personnel in both stores say the Bradford, Union or Clay Count! *. Gifts(/ donated by Merchant in the ,
Karcvewski and assistant group preying on them are known to 'area will be raffled, off for the some purpo*. ,
manager Vicki Busby, all the way Starke police Police say. however At J p.m", the motorcade will move on to Ellerbee Curve on Highway LT
across the street, grinning widely that someone must be caught with 121 north of Ratford. a proposed location for the hazardous watt plant. < II--
and making threatening motions merchandise on their person before On thousand black balloon/ will be released/ simultaneously, and each j jj
with her hand under the rolled up charges can be brought will be tagged with a message telling, the finder, "You are In the fallout j
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jacket Ms. Busby said when police were tone of a hazqrdous waits plant." '
Four customers were m the shopat called about Kenwin's last Friday Sandra O'firien-Johnton, C-Cap chairman, says that. conservation
the time. that the police dispatcher replied, gr.oup in the area are expected to be represented at Awareness Day,
The, three blacks left''Kenwin'swhen "We're real busy. You'll have to Just including the Sierra Club, Friend of Alachua, Earth First the '301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
Audubon Society, and other,
a fourth black came out of The hang m there ,until we can get rare
Office Shop across Call Street from somebody around there.4' '
Kenwin's,and yelled"Come. on,let's Ms.Karcvewski says it is impossible -, t, 1 mile North of Starke on US 301.
go." to give police all the details they OPEN
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Manager Kim Karcvewski follow want while the threatening party is' also familiar with them< : Dt\YSA
ed the group out of Kenwin's and the standing across, the counter from The group reportedly: has been''
woman pulled a knife on her.. Ms., them. She also said a person called ordered. not to enter other. stores"in
,Karcvewski ran back into Kenwin's. ,Kenwin during Friday's procedure ,town
yelled for the keys, and locked the and refused to hang the line up so the ,Starke police say they handle each
front door. The customers were also ,store personnel could call police. call on tnage, going to the most
locked in. "They were about to pass Clerks from Kenwm and The Of', serious first, but are proud of their
out," said Ms., Busby 'They were ,face Shop say'they recognize the ,response record, two'' .minutes\
more scared then,we." ,..' group now, and say police !officers anywhere in Starke.


Game Commission Sets New Bag Limits for Fisherman


The Game and''Fresh Water Fish within Florida,'white bass are com '"This new regulation eliminates
Commission began enforcing March, mon only in Jake falquin and the separate bag limits and establishes
1 a new bag limit m Florida for Apalachicola River, the new bag a unified white, striped and sunshine -
white, striped, and sunshine bass limit Is a slight libenzation !of pnor, bass regulation," Wattendorf said, '
Under the new'' state law, .'' This will reduce confusion which; LaZBoyReclinerSale
fishermen will be allowed a daily ag- Changes in the law resulted froman previously existed due to similarityof
-.. gregate bag-limit of 20 white,striped agreement among the Commas 'appearance among'these three
....aad sHwtiioa bass,of which nomore..,, mon, Marine, Fisheries Commission, species,and it will make compliance, '
'> iIIIIoUIan six may be more than 24 inches (MFCX and Department of Natural' simpler for the angler, Wattendorf
in total length(tip of snout to the Resources (DNR). Officials of the explained. '
back of the tail when it is squeezed three state agencies agreed that All sunshine bass and most stiped :
together). Florida populations of striped bass, bass caught in Florida are grown at
Previously,fisherman were allowed are, by their nature, freshwater .Commission hatcheries. '
separate bag limits of 30 white species and are maintained by the "This will allow more of the fish to
bass. ,10 sunshine bass, and 6 striped Commission's stocking program. be used before they die. Older ,
bass. Based on these facts the MFC relinquished striped bass are vulnerable to handl-
According to Bob Wattendorf Jurisdiction of the species to ing and warm water temperatures,"
assistant director of the Commis the Commission with the approval of Wattendord said "As a result,
sion's Division of Fisheries, "Since; the Governor and Cabinet. catch-and-release is less successful
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jv I i' 171 AAACl 4 door, needs pinning arm, 1B7 PROCRAFT 1S10 fish and ski boat, HIRING I Government job In your area. THURS HO t SATs Brownlee Rd (CR 229)). I 2M T.mtS1iVSf.r4il
,!\ best offer, lost Valley Campground, 55 hp Suzuki' PT and PT Mercury $S15.OOO-S68. Call 602.838.8885 S miles West off 16. Odd and ends, M N..
i': lot 10, Stark. Itchg 3/3 Thruster It trolling motor foot control, Ext. 3493. 2/3 4tpd 2/34 this and that. Itchg 3/3
1:':. less OLDSMOtlll Cutlo Supreme classic custom drive-on trailer Top for TELI-MARKITER for Keytone/Starke Thur.. ,rI. 1 $.t.. ,., p.m. TV, desk,, Cecelia TclwlllagatUiJfillCT1VE'
Broughom.-plush, take over payments boat, many extras. Call evenings after area. Pay $6 per hour plus bonuses. ladles ft menu clothe" *, dishes, misc.' ,
of $243/month: or pay off 964.5304. 3/3 5 pm. 964-8930. Itchg 3/3 Work at home. 375-2992. ask for Ken. Corner Brownlee Rd. t Boy ... Hwy. & UNIQUE PROPERTY
2tehg 3/10 1210" ALUMINUM BOAT). Duratech 2/2S 4tchg 3/17 Look for sign. Itchg' 3/3
1971 BUICK APOLLO 2 door, 350 engine trailer, $500. 9642292.: Itpd 3/3 FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES Is now ace GARAGE SALE Saturday.only, '.5 p.m. $146,000

PS, PB, AT reasonable, 9648985. llpd BOAT, MOTOR TRAILER IS ft. Chapparol ceptlng application for mixer truck Maternity clothes, baby furniture One of the finest home in Bradford County, located in The Wood, I
3/3' Bowrldar 85 hp Johnson Motor drivers, Experience preferred.. Physical plants, tire and more. 412, N. St. Clair. Stark Golf it Country Club, cedar with 2584 sq. ft. on two lot, living I
. 'It 74 VWi r.bullt engine, good body, Highlander Trailer 333-2803 3/3 2'pd and drug urinalysis required.. Accepting Itpd 33THUItSD..Y room dining room, kitchen, family room 3 bedroom, tft bath, p.lla
,I" $1100. 1 yt.4464. Itpd 3/3' 3/10 application after 4 p.m. Mon-Frl' 8 FRIDAY,. 334. Out 230 window, 30x32 garage, loft hideaway, welt insulated, shy' light, oppliance |
,< 112 MERCURY LYNX, 3 door lgh! blue 1912 BASS BOAT): 14 ft..,must tell quickas at 311 Edwards Rd., Starke. Apply In past hospital to 230A. Follow sign. *. '
,tinted windows 4 speed, air, good possible. Complete with aerated person. 2/2S Itchg 3/3 Children and adult clothe, freezer,
" condition,asking 2000.: Call 964.8257: llvewell foot-drive trolling motor, EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home complete bras bed end lots of misc. .....NEW LISTINGS.,..
' Tori, 'after 4 p.m. 'Itpd 33HOMES depth finder built-in cooler, rod compartment assembly work Jewelry, toys, others.FT Item. Itch; 3/3 201 ALVAREZ COUnt 3 BR, 1 Ba. $23.730, .
and drydock drive-on PT avail. Call today! THREE FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday 310 CHURCH STRUT 2 Bedroom, t bath, owner financing 20000. .
' :' trailer. $2800. Call Creg 964.6078 at 1-518-459-3335! (toll refundable), ext. Mar. 5. 9 a.m. til. 515 Alton Rd. New' I12S NEIL COURT) 3 BR, 1 Bath, carport, Owner financing. 36000.
: 'work, or at home after 17 p.m 8-3377, 24 hrs. 2/25 3tpd 3/10 shoes clean cloths, leant, ceramics
I I': fOR SALE 964-4046 'Itpd 33LAND GET PAID FOR READING BOOKS) $100 etc. National Cosh Register Must sell.
1 per title. Write ACE-C111. 161 S. Line I.R.C. All. Buslne Machine Antique. GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex/ ,213 Bradford Dr. 2 BR, M boo LR, eat-
i FOR SALE colnway N. Aurora. IL, 60542.! : 2/25 "Will sell to ....ryon..H ttpd 3/3 In kitchen with stove, finest carpets, best location. 38000. ._
h'' 2 BR, t .A with 2.car garag.Perfect/ for 4tpd 3/17 THREI FAMILIES Friday I Saturday,

( retired touple Easy walking distance CITY OF STARKI POWER PLANT has an March 4-5, 9 until. 539, W. Pratt St. I..HOMES..... '
(... to n.w hopping center, :29,999: Call LOT IN CITY) 6000. Call 964-3764.. after opening for the position of Power plant Plant, woodwork, new and used furniture WOW I Sophisticated waterfront living In Lakewood Subdivision on Crosby I

{' '964 5606. 4,30 tf" 3 !S. coll 964-3251.! 3/01tfll Operator This position ,Involves shift children clothes, toys. Itchg 3/3 ,Lake Cedar i stone, beautiful home, LR. FR with stone fireplace DR, big
'I;,,' i1'. % ASSUMABLE; on, S22.000t BR, 2 34 ACRES CLEARED will divide owner work. The minimum requirement are MARCH ..-.. 10 ..11'I, tll 4 p.m. Arts. master bedroom two other nice size bedrooms, two bath, front porch, double -
bo. brick veneer* home with fireplace financing. 1-904-964-7771 or graduation from _an approved high craft, etc. 2 mile north en 301. Itch, garage. Ceiling' fan throughout. Side-by-side refrigerator with rcemaker, [
, aod garage; on t get'eft Beautiful homei
19049644537. TF school or GED. Prior power plant or 3/3 Two units. view of lake.
complete heating/cooling Stunning
t Reduced lo $5S.500. United Realty of PAYMENT 2.5 to 50 .. Applications GARAGI
NO DOWN ocr. electrical experience preferred. 3 FAMILY SALE clothes, I
,' LOOKI A REAL BARGAIN! Frame 2 BR 1 Ba home at Orange B. Pratt St.
Stark, 964 8447 or 473 3627 It/12 TF .....rollocatlon., from Sl.lOO/ocre. 30 will be received until 5 p.m. household items, books, records, theham..to. |
Owner has reduced to $19,900 for a quick sale These Items remain
,. BEAUTIFUL 7 ACRES) fenced) with attractive ACRES with 14 mile on Rd. 223 & county Friday Mar. 4, 1988. Apply at the City weedeoter, etc. 1221 John Drive off .
3 BR, I 1'1' baths, brick home on CR grade, $67,000, EZ term ... ACRES 'of Stark. City Hall Personnel Office, Pratt St. Saratoga Hts., Saturday 9-1, .., refrigerator, drapes, couch chairs bed washing machine.
LOVELY 3 BR, 1'/ Ba custom built home, LR, fireplace. DR, eat In kitchen, ex-
221. Call Travot: Century 21, Broker
.. with mobile home and barn $33.500 or 209 N.. Thompson, Starke, fl. 2/25 p.m., rain or shine. Itpd 3/3
4734903 2/11 tehg 3/3 tra Ig utility rm. screened porch garage, CH&A, thermal window, I acre
$30.000 without MH. 10ACRES Country 2tchg 3/3 ,, MARCH 4 A (t 8-8i30 p.m., 1114 W. Pratt
TWO HOUSES fOil $*LEI 3 BR, 1 f'At both; Club area prime for subdividing, CIRCULATION MANAGER for established St., Serotoge Ht*. Ge dryer, 68000. '
CH&A.o"l ocr. near prison $44 300. $48,700. 4.73 ACRES with 2,600 .,.. Central Florida weekly newspaper typewriter twin bed cloth., spreads, BRICK 3 BR, IV4 El, LR, kitchen-dining area, carport,"'utility room 1004 N.
Two house downtown, $410 Thompson St. Well Insulated., low utility bills 45255.:
story opt" brick home on paved rood North of group. New position. Promotion experience other household Hem Itpd 3/3
p.r month Income" $34 500,, 964. 990, Lawtey, $87,000 RALPH BRYAN REALTY a must Salary: $".5OO plus 'FRIDAY t SATURDAY 8-6 p.m. Edward -BRICK 4 or SIR, 2 ba 1900 s.f., 1 acre. 5 yr*. old between Starke 8 Lawtey.

Itchg 33'IRAND *......7.. 3/3TF Incentives,, benefit, Outlook Rd. 1H mile from light at 301. Gray 242 S. MYRTLI ST. Home 8 2 car garage, all new Interiors, CHCA, 2 BR, I Ba.
.' NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 both {home .DO YOU LIKE TO SWIM fish, wafer ski or Newspapers, 305-365-6688. Icon 88.69 house on left. Household Items, $30.000 Financing Available See to Appreciate.
. on your lot for $330 month. Mack Mar- tit and relax In a Garden of Eden? You NOW HIRING good dependable sewing children clothe, new and used bicycle .(42 N. WALNUT 3 BR.'2 Ba, Handyman dream, 38000.
!i+ risen, 1-904-733.3250.. Please call 'col. may do all of theo when you purchasea machine operators. Paid holidays, paid parts, furniture. Itchg 3/3 -LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY, PRICED RIGHT! Keystone, beautiful 1
lect.3/3 4tpd 3/24: canal lot on beautiful Little, Lake San .vacation good pay. Experience h.lpful GARAGE SALE Saturday 8-?? at Roy. Spanish style home, 3450 sets, 10 acres, sprinkler system; 4 BR, 2'/4' ba formal

b' to Fe In Bradford County. Owner but will train. Apply In person at Vogue Grocery. Itpd 3/3 LR. fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio. pool telling fans, 2 |
li'(', REAL ESTATE" finance with little down payment. Call Mfg., 'Inc., 710 S. Water St., Starke. SATURDAY 4 SUNDAY 9.$ p.m., Hwy cor garage, new roof, coned Agrl., 2 assum mtgs.; $135,0001

". ,' ,' OUT OF AREA 964-7431 3/3 4tpd 3/24 Itchg 33'EXPERIENCED' 301 North on NW 29th Avenues Hammond :!ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING: Stucco block beauty with 3400 s.f., 6 yrs. |
r. 13 ACRES In Pleasant Grove area. 2 BR HELP WANTED
SALES Ap- Road. Itchg 3/3 old on 2V4 acres In lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prestige
mobile home rental on property. ply to Textile World 1124: N. Main St.,, SATURDAY, MARCH Si two 10-speed ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2 brick new roof carport, new Carrier heat |
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST ,Wooded, Money-making pecan trees, also pin. Gainesville. 'Itchg 3/3 ,bikes, $35 each and much more. 2'/ pump, large screened porch utility shed, extra lot. r
I lets,, river acts $5450 Each. '' No and cypress, 5 acres cleared.. Great for PSYCHIATRIC H.N.'s NEEDED RN' mile West 100, watch far signs. Itch, CONSOLIDATED HOME B. OFFICE OR APT 5 Acres, lawtey area.'
r money down $65 41 monthly., Owner horse farm vegetable form,.'chicken. Specialist for evening and night shiftsIn 3/3 DEERWooD SID: brkk 3/3. pool '.$105,000 I
1-236-4579 or 1'6 2.:2438.: I/7TF farm 'or '|ust great country living the medical and adult psychiatricunits. FRIDAY a SATURDAY March 4-5,418 S. MENG DAIRY ROAD: .12,2 story 12 acres S 85.000!

28000. Call alter 5:30 'p.m. '964-8970 Requires 3 years RN experience,. Thompson St. Itpd 3/3, EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1 acre,'let. go country ,$ 62,000
ANIMALS & PETS or, 964 4480. 3/3. TFoPERSONAL( 1 of which is In psychiatry. Salary FRIDAY ONLY 9 a.m. until..Grlffls Loop BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ 44 000

I'1 1 range $10.27 to $13.61 hourly depending 4th house on right post Grace Baptist MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25: ocr.., 3/1 CB. CH/A, so near $ 40.000CROSBY
fOR SALE_ SERVICES on experience. One GN position Church. New and used items. 2 new LAKE CANAL!2 BR, 1 Ba, CHI A, frame $ 41.000
. available. Contact'' Merriet I Higgins recliners, retail $589, sell for $150
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I. LAWTEY: BR, 2 ba, 2 story' ,.1 acre, 100 yrs old 36,000 |
TWO APPALOOSA FILLIES t Appoloosa 'W..NTTODItINK Northeast Florida State Hospital, Moo each: platform rocker retail $259 sell ..
t. mar., 'one' Toro wheel mower. Coll, THAT'S. YOUR BUSINESS Benny Fl. 32063, 904259-6211; ext. for$123! Brass touch lamp household ,.....ACREAGE...,.
I,. i Kris. 964.6924. TFmf W"'NrTonor, 115. 3/3 Stchg 331H..ItDWAREBUILDING Items, toy, clothes, much much more. GREAT LOCATION: Hwy l 100W & Hwy 225, 40 plus Acres ,$ 60,000 I
I' FIVE YEAR OLD HORSES half Paclfml and THArS OURS SUPPLY' Thank you.. For Information call RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7,000
half Tennessee Walker. Call Homer Alcoholics Anonymous SALESPERSON knowledgeable' of 964.8185.! Itpd 3/3 105th AVE., LAWTEY: W acre cleared $ 8,000
L Hart, 496-3039. Itpd 3/3 hardware and lumber some, 301 SOUTH Hampton'' Area. Tenth' of HAMPTON' acres.This property hoe everything $438,000

". AKC COCKER SPANIELS 9 week old, ,96.4180.F44.2000Pd thru 3/31 managerial skills required Salary mile post Gateway Store, Saturday only LAWTEY: 5 acres, 105th Ave.. good investment $ 15,000
;j.. 1 black and whit. Must ..., leave CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free Negotiable Send resume to Hardware cancel if rain. Itpd 3/3 RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
message. 9 .50S9.! 'Itchg 3/3 estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. P.O. Drawer A.. Starke, Flo. 32091 GARAGE SALE low prices, used electric I SR 16 WEST: approx.7 acre $ 13,000
i FREE PUPPIES B MOTHER Mother I.I li Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8339! tfn Itchg 3/3 ,stove, $35: many miscellaneous items PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acre, 3 wells 2 poles,

I ,black Labrador, g.ntl., loves children ,HANDYMAN carpentry painting. electrical AVON REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED full 35 feet past Keystone city limit sign on 2 septic tanks, owner finance $ 50000. Or will split ea $ 27.000 |
i and protective. De-wormed, 964-6701ves. complete home repair.Reasonable time or port time.' Unlimited oppor- Hwy 21 a* you go in the direction of | BROWNLEE RD.: 36 43 acres, owner finance, great !location $ 82,332
" licensed For Information, call Melrose. 7805 on mailbox., Saturday,
Keep trying. Itpd 3/3 rotes. contractor. tunities. more
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RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940, l/9tfn Ramona 782-3068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31 March 5. ..p.m. Itpd 3/3 vI
,SEWING MACHINES sales and service,. WATKINS-FAMOUS for extractstplces,, I BRICK BLDG.. 4000 .q.It.: (unfinished: l!m1c{;!rJ l.RIj-MrP'ro.t; : NW tJiI! Ajy'out:
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE : all makes cleaned, oiled, adjusted, etc.j needs dealers part/falt-tfrrfe. High'/" 1 as conyrJloyq r 'I' ,4 .k0, >
\ v $15. All ''work guaranteed. Corner 'profltsj 7112.o068.*.U'w.-2/J8..tpd GUNS ENTERPRISE ZONE: 1.S'xl6S''near! hosp. $25,000
" Morgan Rd. a CR 16, James Strickland. 3/10 THOMPSON ST: 11,362.f., brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefit $ 80,000
\; 964-8733 12/3TF 301 Ni: 1.5 acres, MH hook-up 2 bldg., 240" on 301 great valu. $ 37.000
' I SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advice on LOST/FOUND GUN SAFETY COURSE required for concealed 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01 0"301 $120.000
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business, love and other problems weapons permit. 301 N: approximately 150' x approx. 220' $125,000
United 964 8848. 964-8447,
to Reolty Special readings this week with this N.R.A. Instructor Jerry Brodsky. [301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? Reduced $ 85,000!
or eves, .,33621.16. tfnchg ad. 7829802.: Itchg 3/3 fOUND TRACTOR 'SEEDERi, Call 1-468-2948 Waldo. Itpd' 3/3 13O1 5: 193'301 frontage $ 85.000! I

LAWN SERVICE for residential and com 964.\634'! 3/3 4tpd 3/24 1301 Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' $ 91.500

'f MOBILE HOMES' mercial. Landscaping tree removolt .- |301 S: 135 h.on 301, approx.2 acres. (possible Acres)" -150.000 ,
lawns vacuumed. Ma lob too big or After Hour
\, fOR SALE small. Free estimates. 9644238. 2/4TF I Anne Terwlllegar Nelson '473741I
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J Deere, $40 per hour, 'call, anytime.
NEW-a USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy'W.IIs 782-3306.2/18: 4tchg 3/10 '.
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guarantee. Ask about our single
.: available. Call 1:212.0625: collect. tin roof Call A.. Roofing. 964.2129.2/18
. 2 USED DOUBLEWIDESt Low payments. 4tpd 3/10

) Low down payment. ,Call 1-272.0650: WILL BABYSIT In my home, lunch and
< I :collect tin snack Included Reasonable. Any age.;
<. ASSUME 3 BR, 2 bath on your lot,$159! Call Pat 964-7023. 2/25 4tchg 3/17

1 J month. 904-351-8514. .d.al.r.. 2(11 NEED A BABYSITTERT I will sit for you J
4tchg 3/3 ti : I Accelerated jRealtr. :
l, HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28,68.3.. Mon-Frl or anytime. Call 782 3615,. ask ..
I' for Debbie. Itchg 33TOTTENS .
Homes. of $279 month. Free
Merit DRVWAllt Hang. tape and 1. O f .1 .
1//i'' 'd.Ii.Incl.. Roys. 904.351.8514. ,finish any texture Patch expert. 20 : :

REPOS 2'II 4tehg 3/3 assumption with little or nor i years experIence. 529-9193..2/25 4tpd. Susan M. Faulkner GAL CRB PRESIDENT '964-4544' '
easy
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,: 904$ down..351-8514.! Doubles agent. 2/11 and 4tchg singles 3/3 ? 'WI, Deere DO, BULLDOZER$40 per hour.WORKt Coll! 430 anytime John, 'Efl !F.9l.vL !1.9?: t IPY; .1J{ : HWY0301S. '

21 WIDE: shingle' masonlte, fireplaceand 3/31 [@] m
782-3306. 3/3 Stchg Starke FL
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'much' more $227/month SUNDECKS BUILT wheelchair ramps, Located Hwy.301.2.Blks S.SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street
,904.351.8SU! Uncle Roy..2/11) 4tchg sheds, screened porches, etc 496-3521
3/3 after 3/3 2tpd 3/10 *301 NORTH 3 BR. 1 Bo remodeled home on almost I acre./
THREE BEDROOM' 2 full bath mobile WE SPECIALIZE 3pm. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT *STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acres with tr.... Building site or mobile; home.' : I HOme / 'Lots Acreage/ Waterfront :

; .. home for sole on 1 1'% acre of 'land. Rd. commercial or residential. *BRICK 4 BR. 2V4 Ba home on nice lot, tree, fenced backyard. /
: 16 East. Call. 964-4480 after 5:30: p.m, William' D. Tiffin. Lk. Real Estate *ADULT COMMUNITY). Lots for camper or trailer with water, septic and Farms S Commercial ,
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:' 2/18 TFleMOBILE | Broker, 964.5063. Itchg 3/3 light..,..
HOME FOR SALE, 3 BR;2 bath;, CHRISTIAN MOTHER will babysit birth>i *LARGE 2 STORY HOME 4 BR, 2% Ba, game room on 37 acres., .
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964 5640. 3/3 NEW LISTING 'II' 3BR/2 1/2BA FRame, 3000 SF. CH/A
CHIA'Assume'' payoff;;. through school.age In my home 'In the *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS beautiful' .with 3 BR, 2 Ba home 2.000 sq.ft. Call
324BUSINESS : Refri & Dishwasher 10 Ceiling Fans Well & ,
4tchg city '111'111.' .. Clean atmosphere, good for appt. to see.' Stove. Septic.
OPPORTUNITY: mobile for home .rotes and references.,9645096., Itpd *OUT OF TOWN CB and frame 3 IR.'2 Ba home on 1 acre. Beautiful Lot on Sampson River.' .

park on Criffls homes loop.' lot.Acreage, 38000.morel Call 3/3 LAWTEY AREA) frame house on T acre. Need repair, owner financing. QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD -3BR/2BA' Block. Family Room,'
mobil.
after 5:30: p.m., or 964.8970 or 964-4480 RELAX IN THI COUNTRY* Brick home on one acre,. over 1500 sq. ,It.', Drape A Carpet Ch/A. 1416 SF. Large Lot, Lake Priveleges. .

3/3 TFjo fireplace, stove OW a refrlg. 1 yr. Protection Plan. $50. STOCKED FISH POND. 3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick. CH/A, ,
MIMOSA DRIVE) Large home with fully equipped kitchen Include DW, gar Range &' Refri. Carpel, 1200 SP, Well & Septic Solar Hot
1 dl*.. trash camp., stove, refrlg, all under 1.yr. Protection Plan Must eel I Water Sy.temIAcra.. '
*ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE Church St.' 2 BR,' I Ba, family room,' beautiful FRame Home and
Like
OUTLAW 6.92 ACRES 3BR/1BA New .
: LAVERN H. landscaped yard. .
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' I ri *STRAWBERRY ACRES 4.85 acre, beautiful brick veneer home, fireplace, kitchen 3BR/2BA Doublewide has Fireplace Patio & Carport Larege '
Broker equipped. Workshop & 'Storage Building Well & Septic. Owner

iltinhintj of buying or.filing 'A ACRE: 1983 14x60 MH hoe separate garage, only $17,900. Owner financ Financing., ,
GREAT BUY 3BR/2BA Block Spacious Living Room.
:' Cull us' ing. .
*LAWTIY AREA, 5 acre. 3 BR. I Ba stucco, QUA. JennAIr stove, S8! ,'100.; Family Room. CH/A. Stove, ReM & Dishwashe' 1839' SF.

*GOLFV1EW LOTS) Excellent) term Well & Sept c.1 Acre.

964-4522 STARKK. FL *HAMPTON OAKS new 3 BR, 2 So,1700 sq.ft. energy efficient large screen 93, ACRES W/FRONTAGE ON NEW' RIVE 'tfiR/lBA

porch. 75900. Assumable mortgage. Mobile Home. Well & Septic. .
Ie .IU nt-d Appiul or-- *LAKI SANTA FE CANAL LOTi 160x208. with lake privileges' .
Excellent location and versatile, NICE ,, PLACE :TO LIVE'2BR1BA! Frame., Well &Septic.
I Your Full Service Ueal K-ilut< Offii *SERVICE STATION on 175x254 lot, 301 S. Nice Lot.MAKE : "
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. for Renidcnce Form Commiirt'inl lltnttuc. property.*LAYER FARM.with 7B acre and beautiful new 2 story home; large pool OFFER. 4BR/1BA, frame.. Large'Living & Dining.

,A Few Of Our Many Listings many extra or purchase 17 acre and the layer farm separate.I' ,Room, Large Porchet. City Water, Septic Lawley: '
and *WI HAVE ACREAGE up to 83 acres, 'less. than$1350 per'acre, highway fron-
HIGH AND DtYl near Orange Ht*., 16 plus acre pasture, ,fenced crossfenced t "..
SErECTEBT5ROTJERTlES '
tage. '
with nice 3 BR cottage CHA. ,
FOREST HEIOHTSt 3/2, CHA. fireplace range 4 ,elrlg.1 a 52 ACRES Brooker Are*. May be Divided.. Owner Financing

.../ ON EDWARDS RD. CHA up to 10 acre. with Opod Terms '

noVILV MHi 3/1 on 1 acre. Immaculate, $27,000. Commercial' & Residential Rentals Available! 10 ACRES. Pecan Grove Bam Well A' Septic Fenced.
, .RENOVATIO I-STORY HOME on 4 64 acre, CH4A. and more., ,
10 ACRES Pecan Grove & Fish Pond, Residential.
SR 16 E. 3000 H. on over an acre. Many extra '
I: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on sq. ,
:: .... 10 ACRES. Sooth Clay County, Residential/Agricultural
CUSTOM-BUILT 2 story LOG HOME Include 1 BR. 2 Ie, 22x40 '
BIAUTIFUi B '
'QUIET PLACE Easy living In this large 3/3 home CH A on 7V4' acre CaN one of our Professionally trained 3 ACRES Good Commercial Location.

r .NRAT AS A PIN New reef new bathroom close to S'orke.-, Staff.today at: '4.55 ACRES. Zoned for Mobile Home.. ,

.OWNER lAYS GET OFFER Doublewide, 10 acres of good land.' .*. .3 CITY LOTS -,Northeast Section..
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TWO STORY redecorated 1800 *q. ft. In Starfce. $39.000. 964-5069 LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 ft on the Water!

t -UDUa-CONVINtlNT TO TOWN SCHOOUl 3 BR. I 10, remodeled. ci LAKE LOTS. Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing..

\, HAKI PROPERTY We hove home and lot. or after'tloura call: LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.
CRYSTAL LAM ACCESS Brick 4/2. CHCA 2000 ..... eloquent. t HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Good Business Location

,: I nOCATION-LOCATIONt, In Starke. Custom home on 5 Acre. -A ASBoaNTLjvEuNIA.l 210 ft ON HWY 301 '. S Acres Near Earlton Beach.If .
1AJKM DW close. to boat romp on Crosby lake. 30000. 1 1I
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M GRAHAM.3/1'A on 1 acre $34.000.
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1 *HANDYMAN $SPECIAL Duplex In $tarft.. Good location.' 9rw .Mp HAKE TOUR NEXT srO/'AT ACCELERATEDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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'> FOR RENT FOR SALE NOTICE 'MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY REAL ESTATEOUR

SALE/RENT/LEASE
ADULT PARK Clean 2 M mobile hern, 'MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. As low a. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted ASSUMI */2 .I en your let, 159mo.
V* .11. from city Nice neighborhood. $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn to the lake Region Monitor office dealer, 1.3514514.4tchg 2/11-3/3 INVESTOR HAS MONEY to Invest In'
468-1323. 10/8TF NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum In writing and paid In advance HUG FAMILY SPECIAL 28X68 4/3. OFFICI AND WARCHOUSI SPACI row land or partially developed land
NEWLY DKORATIOi everything furnish- Measures 24x36, 25 cents each. Great unless credit I I. already established..? Hom.., of Merit $279/ma.< fr.. located Its Union County Times 'or subdivision And may b. ,Interested
ed. Laundry facilities Included. Video for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH. with this office.Classified delivery. Uncle Ray's, 1-331-8514.4tchg building Call for Information. .In |loins venture For Information call
room _II obi.. Will accept on. child 139 W. Call St. 964-6309. deadline I I. 11:00 a.m. priorto 2/11.3/3 496-2261, tfn, COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY 4973305.
no pets. Palms Apt.., 2313 N. Temple ALICIA HAT, n.w, hay, $25. Delivery Thursday publication./ 21' WIDE .'shin lie. llreploce.and Ask for Beverly Clark. 4 tchg 2/11 3/3.
Av.. Stark. 32091. 10/29 TF available. All hay In born. 7 mil. West Minimum charg. I I. 15 word for S3.SO. morel $227/mo. Uncle Roy'.. INSURANCEMAINES 1 ACRE WITH SCATTERED TREES paved
TIN MOMJ HOMES few rent: furnished of Starfce on Rd. 16 Jimmy Gasklns. th.n 1S cent for each word thereafter 1.351.1514.Stchg 2/11.3/3 road MOBILE HOMES ACCEPTED. All
or unfurnished. MIMOSA ,MANOR 964-8396. 8/27 TFchg '*J FlIITWOOO 14X70, 3BR 2BA INSURANCI AGENCY 25 E. ulllltle Included for $500 down.
9647498. 11/19 TFchg ALICIA HAY $25 a roll. All hay und.r FOUND 7500. Move or rent lot. Brown Main Street Lak. Butler, 4 -3971.Compl.I. Payments $138 per month $12,900.
UxM MOMll HOMI. 38*. I bath on bam. 7 mil. from Stork. on Hwy. 16 473-733. Itpd 3/3 Insurance Servlc.IO tfrc 12% APR ov.r 20 year (Larger

one acre. t290/month. 964.4238. 2/4TF toward prison. 964-6167 or 7823727. FOUND BEHIND LaM OFFICI pair of acreages available with well power
pole tank. Call for details.
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septic
SERVICES )
COZY 2 M HOUSE furnished CHtA 2/11TF brown rim prescription gla..... Found HELP WANTEDGOOD COUNTRY RIVERS
REALTY, Fort White
carpet. Prefer single' adult. For Info call PIANO FOR SALE, responsible' party to by a gray car parked behind office. 497-3305,
964-6680 after 3 p..... 2/21 TF a.sum..moil payment. See locally. Owner may come by LaM office during PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile PEOPLE GOOD FAY GOOD 2/11 4tchg 3/3.
ONI BEDROOM HOUSE' Country; lorg. Call credit manager" at 309-471-8927 working hours to claim. homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Fr. BENEFITS Come In and talk with us.
yard carpet window air, adults. First 'anytime.. 2/18 3tpd 3/3 ..tlmot... Call Rob 4733590. 3/5 Lak. Butler Apparel, 650 S.E. 2nd FOR SALE
final $22S/month. 964.8602 after 5 STEEl BUILDINGS 40,<75.12. $3.43 ft: MOBILE HOME FOR RENT tfnchg Street.Lake Butler, 496-3601. tfn/chg

p.m. Im 40x100x14 $3.39 ft. 90x100x16, $3.32 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.Call 1/21 STORAGE HOUSES Need extra
HOUSE TRAILER THERAPY AID At least 6 months hospital storage
14x65 two bedroom 2 ft.; 60x100x14 $3.05 ft.; 70x100x14 .. The Lawn Barber. 473-3390. Free ? W. have and
2BR. LEA on six acr. $250/mo. plus space 3x10 10x10 mini'
bath CH4A on. acr. lot. Fronts road $2.90 hV 100x100x12 $2.76 ft. Allied 4732730. 2/25-3/3 ..tI..ot... 3/5 tfnchg work experience, Plose send application warehouses. Hal. and Associates
100 In Theressa. 964-9038. 3/23 3tpd Steel 1-800-639-4141. 4tpd 3/17 deposit. 2tchg with phone number to Reception
SEWING SERVICE
MACHINE all
FOR RENT clean 2BR mobile repair 63939.. tfnchrg. 1/7
v.ry Medical Center, c/o
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3/3 fiREWOOD $55 for long wheelbose Physical Th.ropy
CHAA. No brand machines. In home ""'Ic.. WASHER. DRYER refrigerator, freaier
ham., Clay County. p.ts.
P.O. Box 628. Lake
STARK furnished 2 BR, 12x60 mobile- truck load with free fat lighter D.partm.nt.
1-659.2269. 2/25-3/3 4737862.2tchg 3/3-3/10 ,and stove. Call 496-2090. 3/1
2tchg Butler Fl. 32054 3/17 2tchg.
home on wooded lot, CHtA couple 964-4238 for delivery. 2/4 TF 2/254tchg.
pr........... First last and security, SEAT LIFT CHAIRS If you're a Medicare 2BR MH lake privilege, carport screened HOMI' IMPROVEMENT repairs j oddtlons !- EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In, home' 3/10
utility fenced yard, or' complete building. 30 PIANO FOR SALI Responsible to
$250. 964-5332. 2/25 2tchg 3/3 recipient with a qualifying condition porch carport years assembly work. Jewelry toys 'and party
VERY NICE LARGE NEW 2 BR APARTMENTS 'call toll free number for more Informa near Keystone schools 19043886109. experience serving Bradford and Clay others. Full time ,and part time aisume small. payment See locally
3/3-3/10 Counties. 473-4018. 9/28 tfn Call credit at I((205)) 71.11927.
2tpd manager
available Call
FROM $260 PER MONTH. tion. 800-449-4174.. Icon 88-71 today! 1(51B( ) 59.3535
IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-two aid FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? anytime. 2/18 3tpd 3/3
KEYSTONE 4733682. 100% FINANCING slie or ..hope.I.el years (Toll refundable) Ext B3339D. 24 hrs.
HEIGHTS on
Equal any two bedrooms, on. bath fenced,, rent$210mo. House out of level?? LaRue Leveling 2/25 3tpd 3/10 SOFA AND LOVE SEAT for $75. Made of
Housing Opportunity. 2/25 4tchg 3/17 building compl.I..turnkey |lob. 4737044. Itpd 3/3 service for all your foundation repairs. EARN EXTRA MONEY In home h.rculan. Call 496-3634.: after 6 p.m.
FURNISHED APARTMENT three rooms All building. meet or exceed SBC. All assembly
and bath part of utilities furnished. blueprints and anchor boat drawings 473-7721. tfnchg work. Jewelry' toys and olh.... Full I llpd. 3/3
MISCELLANEOUSPACK COMPLETE HOMI REPAIR carpentry, time and part time available. Call today
Adult. furnished. 18004441663. lean 88 6919t1
only. No pets. Weekly or mon
painting, electrical plumbing .3535 Toll Refundable FOR RENT
thly. Call 964.5970. 2/24 4tchg 3/17 CUTLASS SUPREMI and 1979 1(518)459( ) ( ) ,
Reasonable rates licensed contractor Ext. B3448A. 24 hrs. 2/25 3/10
3tpd.
ONI ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE $200 Coachman camper trall.r Call RAT Buy sell and trade collectible
month utilities Included. 100 South 964.6678 for more Information. Itpd 3/3 Items and antique Used. furniture TFchg RB00493O6..Call Mitch., 4733940.,8/20 NOW TESTING Th. Woodmen of the OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE

one mile out of city limits. Call 191 CHEVETTI: looks and runs like new, glassware, (ewelry and much more. World Life Insurance Society has'curvtent located In Union County Times Building
964-7299. 3/23 2tpd 3/3 $1200. Also' living room suite, tables Come see for yourself. One mil. east HOMES FOR RENT openings for career represent at ISO West Main. Call 496-2261, for
LAROI 2 BR HOUSI 'In Starfce.. No pets, and lamps, odds and ends furnltur.. of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. totlves In the lake Butler area. Fullben.flla more 'Information, tfn
9642411. Itchg 3/3 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg :: two-yar training allowancefor CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnished .
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first, last and deposit. 1.72.7651. 2/29 1BR COTTAGE with 'lake ,
privileges. a sure start plus comprehensiveeducation
'2tchg 3/3 CLOTHES WASHER n.w family slie GEwa.her. all' electric, central heat and
$349.95. Huntley Redfearn. H4AC, screened. porch lurnlshed. or un- program. Constant ..nwphasls air, private paved road laundry and
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT first door, CARS
furnished. .
$240/mo. block ,from for a totally professional ap
Services, 4737707. Itchg 3/3 park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
newly painted, with appliances. No '
473-4961. Call for dates
library. tfnchg proach.
testing :
FURNITURE: sofa $30 2 sleepers., $60 state facilities. PINES SR-121 east lake
pe... $200 month. 964-8498. Itpd 3/3 and $30, living room: chair $15. 1976 FIREBIRD. new engine, transmission ATTRACTIVE HOMI 3BR. '2BA 2 'cargarage. U)752-5:264.( ) : 3/3 Jlcho. 3/10 Butler. Call 496-2366. Two chlldr.n
LAROI PRIVATE MOBILI HOMI on SR rear end brakes, battery, tires, Geneva Lake istates. $500 per HARDWARE/BUILDING SUPPLY .. and 5/21
782-3348: or 782.3507. Itchy 3/3 max no pets chg/tfn
329. 964 8877 or 964-6917. 3/3 2tchg Invested SALESPERSON NEEDED
r.c.ntly $7,000 asking mo. 475-2306. Itchg 3/3
BICYCLE PARTS new, BMX, free style, 10 ,12' x 61' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME'
3/10 speed, helmets, training wheels, rims, 2500. Call 473.4684. 4tchg 2/I 1-3/3 knowledgeable ,of hardware and Ideal for small family, large yard. $175
MOBILI HOME 3 BR. 2 full baths CH.A, 86 lumb.r skills
FORD BRONCO II excellent condition ACREAGEBEAUTIFUL some managerial required month. 496-2B42 tfn/chg. 10/8
stands. 964 6213. 3/3 2tchg 3/10 p.r
carpet, water softener on 1 1'ls acre lot. ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR SALE low mil.., 9500. 473-3391.3lchg salary negotiable, S.nd TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH HOUSE In War.
$260 month plus $100 security 2/23-3/10 resume to: HARDWARE P.O. Drawer
and
964-6309 days or 964-4480 nights until 964-4946. Itchg 3/3 1M ISUZU PICKUP $4.500,475-2870 WOODED LOT ON EMERY A, Starke. Flo. 32091. 'Itchg 3/3 thlngton Springs Refrigerator' ,
stove furnished. $200 month. First
PORTABLE DISHWASHER nice, used GE, LANE 473-9236.. 1/14 tfnchg p.r
9:30 p.m. 3/3TFmm| ,after 5 p.m. 2tpd 3/3-3/10 and lost month r.nt In advance.,Call
furnished SI SO. 4737707. (Itchg 3/3 : TAKEOVER 10 ACRES beautiful wooded
ROOMS
EFFICIENCY quiet LAND FOR SALE
,1(904)496-2995( ) 496-2071. '3/3
or 4tpd.
have
disturbances ATTENTION WORKING WOMENt ranch'ond.' Fish or hunt nearby NO .
utilities paid no drinking or
no children no pets. 964-9687, small petite clothes; sizes 3 thru 7. HOMES FOR SALE DOWN 179/month. Own.r financing.,, .3/24
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,3/3 3tchg 3/10 Need to see to oppreelol.'AIi' ne....; 1.8)3-9624481.2tpd) 3/3-3/10 ,1.3.5 ACRE PARCELS 160 'acre farm,'
THREI BEDROOM 2 bath doublewlde, Call 964-8898 aft.r 6 p.m. Monday. BRICK HOMI 2.000 sq. ft.:3 bedroom 3 would moke nice horse .form, low CARS/TRUCKS
fireplace, total electric '4 acre fenced Friday; all day ,Saturday and ,Sunday. bathrooms, dining living family room, HELP WANTED down payment own.r financed.. Apdpro.
In area for horses with barn and shed 'Itchg 3/3 w/flr.plac.. eat-In kitchen 2 car ,, .. 1/2 acre, paved road with 2
$350 month $390 deposit. 783-3408. .POOL TABLE regular slie, slate top. All gorag.* walk to .school 16X32 pool' EARN EXCELLENT MONEY,'. In' home b.droom mobile home on SRT8. Hale 1976 MONTE CARLO needs some repair,'
3/3 4tchg 3/24 accessories and stick rack., $600. : much' more,' asking 89500., ,Call and Associates. 4963939.:] tfnchg.LOSTFOUND' Pow.r' steering automatic transmission
furnished 9646090. Itchg 3/3 473-4400. Itpd 33FOR assembly work. Jewelry, toys and ,' n.w tires. Call 9.3636, after 6
TWO BEDROOM opartm.nt.living ,
olh.... FT a PT avail. CALL TODAY .''3/3
p mv Hpd
room dining room bath $225 SEVERAL ITEMS' 23 ft. Prowl.r Travel '1-518-459-3333 (toll-relundable) EXT If 16 CAMARO2 liter V6, multl.fu.lln-) I
month plus $100 security Includes trailer fully sell-contained, $3,000., SALE B3339 24HRS. 3tpd 3/23-3/10
water and electric. 3207 Raiford Rd., N.w Echols snow con. machine, cost I PAINTER'S HELPER NEEDED live days WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERIER (Scotty) jection, power A/C. power trunk, brakes RPM gouge powerlocks ,
,964-9033 or 4681338. Itchg 3/3 $420 sell $290.: larg.dresser set on top BRASS BED -"queen slie' complete, orthopedic per week. Apply In person at Omega. Last seen Jan 14, Providence Rood and automatic transmission sunroof
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to mirror nice piece of furniture $250. mattress set and frame (new Metals. 4734984. 2tchg 2/25.3/3 SR241 ar_. Call 4961367.' 2/25 2tchg cruise control,. tilt wheel JUST PAY f
your work? W. have clean mobile 964. 831. Itchg 3/3 never used.), still In plastic Cost GET PAID for reading booksl 100.00 3/4 OFF BALANCE, Call 496-2540, Itpd 33i'1
homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF SEVERAL ITEMS: ladles n.w Western $1.0OO. Sell for $350 cash. Stored in'Jocksonvill. p.r title. Write PASE-A1743. 161 S. Lincolnwoy. -, PEARLY (gray color) COCKATIEl Tom.,
PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Now taking Fly.r bike. $100: 13": color 'TV, $100. .. 16242639.: 4tpd 2/11.3/3 N. Aurora, IL 60542. 4tpd talks. Name Is spooky. Small reward
applications for 3 BR apartments, starting couch and 2 .nd tobies, $65 8 track VICTORIAN BRASS WHITE DAY BED 3/3-3/24 Lost Feb 29. from 150 S.W. 5th Av.
at $200 per month. CHaA, fully AM/FM stereo $40. 964-8O4S. Itchg 3/3 makes two twin beds. Complete with EXPERIENCED MEAT SLICER SHORT Call 496-2725. Itfr. 3/3
,equipped kitchen' cable) ready. 1530 USED WASHER Hotpolnt ,4 yrs. 'old. malts, never used, still In bo.... Will ORDER COOK for n.w barbeque I
W, Madison St.. 964-6312. Mon-Frl. 9-9 $19O. 473-7707. Itchg 3/3 > sacrifice $330 Cash. Stored In Jackson restaurant. Apply In person I o.m" 5
p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity., 1/14 SATELLITE SYSTEM 14 ft. with STS ville. 16242639.: 4tpd 2/11-3/3 p..... Bor-B-Q Stop R..lourant.3/4 mile TRAINTO
TFchg remote unit complete, asking $2.000, PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to Nol Keystone traffic light on SR 21. BE A
_, TWO BEDROOM. both 'mobile negotiable. :282 4292. Itchg 3/3.w assume small payment See locally..* Itchg: 33WAITRESSES '
Wm .... $179 month. $100 s.ccurlty' FULL SIZE SOFA-BED good condition. Call credit monog.r at 205-471-8927 a All OTHER RESTAURANT PROFESSIONAL.SECRETARY

deposit. Rd. 16 West Pleasant Grove $75 ONO 782.3209. Itchg 3/3 anytime. 3tpd 2/28.3/3 HELP apply In person 8 a.m. -5 p."'., .
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area. Call 964-448O or 964-8970 both SLEEPER COUCH $75. recllner $35; Kirby Bor-B-Q Stop Restaurant 3/4 mil. N. ol ''SEC/RECEPTIONIST TRAVEL AGENT I
after 6 p.m. Available March 1. 2/18 NOTICE Vacuum $50. Near Glimo. Call Keystone traffk light on SR 21. Itchg .
TFjo 4732741. Itchg 3/3 HARDWARE/BUILDING SUPPLY EXEC.SECRETARY TOUR GUIDE
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 1, NEW SINOER AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG SALESPERSON needed., knowledgeable tort locally, full time/port time AIRLINERKSERVATIONIST
2, t 3 BR apartments with 'CH.A, 'CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted with three drawer desk. Left In of hardware and lumb.r, some Learn word processing and

carpet, drapes, appliances, energy efficient to the Bradford County layaway. Never u..... Balance $229. managerial skills required, salary [related secretarial skills. Home!
laundry facilities on site. For Telegraph office In writing and paid In 4737862. 2tchg 3/3-3/10 negotiable. Send resume to. Hard- I Study and Resident Training. Nat'l IJ
I more information contact 964-2339 or' advance unless credit Is already I-TRUCK BED no rust. Fits '1973-79 wore; P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. sadquart.rs. I.H.P. Fl. $tart locally ful/.tlmelpars-tim./ trair
783-3531 after 6 p.m. E.O.H. Lawtey established with this office. truck 250. Call'375-8315. Itchg 3/3 32091. Itchg 33YARD I on live airline computers Home
Apartments. 3/18 Stchg 3/3 THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl AZALEAS A SHRUBS 50 cents and up. e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE lucy and resident training
FURNISHED APARTMENTkitch.n.. HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN .FINANCIAL AlO AYAIUILI I I'
On 21, 4 ml. S. of traffic light In Financial aid available:Jobpiaa.ment
bedroom living room and bath. $175' CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Melrose Phon. 475-2870 after 5 p.m. SALESYARD .JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCEJ 'I
month No p.... 964.8071.,3/39 2tchg THI TELEPHONE. OLDS OMEGA. 1978. V-6 very good 1-800-432-3004 assistance National
3/3 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. condition; CHARGER 1974 440 .ng. SALI March 5th at the I headquarters, Lighthouse Point, Fl |
4 BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDI 2 both., central NOON prior to Thursday publication not running, rebuilt transmission, good AMERICAN LEGION POST on 'HI Northof THE HART$014001 A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
heat and air, large lot In country. Clossllled display deadline Is TUESDAY body as I.. FREEZER, upright work Stop Light. Bring your merchandise ,--- 00-432-3004
Call 4681323. 3/3 TFchg 5:00: P.M. Special Classllied display good. Brass queen bed and box spring and rent a table also If you have'
ONI OR TWO' BEDROOM apartment- all placement Is NOT Guaronl ed. I mattress, v.ry good condition; anything you wish to donate to us for,
utilities and cable TV. HBO Included,_ Minimum char for clossllled ads ,IsIS UPRIGHT BASE 1943 Kay Goad: ONE this sale call: 473-2689 or 473.3826 or
from $160 month. 208 N. Cherry St. Itpd words for $3.50. th.n 15 cents foroath I COMPLETE SLIDING GLASS DOOR 6, 473-484O. 2tchg 22533.

3/3 word thereafter. good condition; FOR RENT MH lot big YARD SALE Sat., March S, Dov. Street.
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath block home, --.... and quiet fenced utility shed. KH. clothes, books" golf clubs, prom Pump & SupplyU.S.
c.ntrol h.at and air: nice 473-2658 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 3/3-3/10 dr.... wedding dress/veil and more.. Durrance

n.lghborhood. Call 4681323. 3/3 ,3.'MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTOR. good Itpd 33SATURDAY 301 North. 864 N. Tery'lple'Ave:. Starke
TFchg condition 4737062. Itpd 3/3 MARCH < 9-5, lawnmower
ONE'BEDROOM HOUSE Country; large furniture, toys' much more.. *Wen Drilling
yard. carpet window air adults. First 1964 Plymouth 29,986 mil... North 21 ,964-7061 '
'final, $229/monlh.. ,964-8602 after 5p.m. food' Store to C332. go 2 miles paved road. See *Pumps 'Plumbing'
-'LIMEROCK'FILL signs.. White Sand. Lake. I tpd 3/3,
now
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accepting applications toremonger. .
YARD SALI mostly antiques and collectible .. ,.
us'OUT' Clean rental -. _- .. _. .....
CO' CHECK
Experience in retail SAND *. ,rI. B Sat. 9-5 V* mile N. of KH -
homes tailored .. your pay schedule.. management must. Salary I;on SR 21. Watch for signs. tchg 3/3 .
Private park laundry and playground.PINIS Ii FOR SALE
Ml21 just south of SRI00 In' negotiable.Benefits include monthly 782-3172 _:.,b,..

Lok. Butler. Call 4962366.tfn/chg. 1/7' bonus paid vacation, lick leave, 11 Fill Dirt Top Soil

insurance profit sharing pension plan ,

VACATION RENTALS and credit union. Must be wining Large or Small Loads of Limerock

work long,odd hours if necessary and You Tried The Reel CemmereW Fttpetr; Work!,
I' COTTAGES weekly, monthly Fully rates.furnished.Also mobll Dally, take polygraph. Apply at the SAS Now Try The B..tl. FtakSntleJ. Shingling Tractor: Work -' Backhoe -, Bulldozer

home pork space for rent, and homes Food Store Office. 2200 E. Duval St. '
964-6182 964.5823'9646095
for sol*. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E.' Lake City during business hours.: t -

Highlands Rd.. Franklin. N.C. ((704)) ,- 'Buildup Pooling' X

524-4609. 6/11 tfnchg '
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Ove. *J yt*.. ..slaws Stark. Fl. SJO91i
e Hunters! e Fishermen Rentals, ... a"ne i 9O4-6* -J12f
I Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unltt.,Those all..Isctric -

Good Selection of 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes units are spacious with lot of closet space and all'have) I

Good to Poor Condition Sold As I I. f wallito-wall carpeting. draperies and kitchen appliances. On'sit. -

From $995 to $1995 rrn" II I I j' "S' laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified w

: applicant
EXPERfADVlCE Carport .Now XsofSjsUM For application and Information

S 8rk..H.ou.lng' Center. J ALL 0=-Vf*::":1BfflWSBlwnis .0.......... .... lado..rw Please 1 see u* at @

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4 L.e.t, 1 UDe !. ..f Lake Butler U 32054 -
964-4174 Call Today .....
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We Also Have I W Call Street 411 W. Matfisin Sfree''
Cable Ready
CJ LEA Fully equipped Kitchen 1S5l2i 9845127M
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I Driver Re-Training Offered, at Vo-tech CenterA ,BUSINESS .

'M" *"" OPPORTUNITIES
: V Starke .
55 Alive/Mature Driving traffic Traffic safety experts and medical Persons (AARP) and is taught by sate dt5 'eraays; Charles'Thomas ,
safety course, the nation's first com- authorities agree that almost older volunteers trained by AARP. 'coordinator of community education, OWN YOU OWN APPAREL OR SHOE
prehensive driver retraining ,everyone begins to experience some' Overcoming the effect of aging on at the Vo-Tech Center' ITOMV CHOOSE FROM Jean/Sport-r
classroom course' designed marked physical changes around driving skills, applying the baSIC' For, more Information contact: -I 'swear Ladies,, Men, Large SIM*,'"
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specifically to help drivers age 50 age 55- and that those changes affect rules of the road and preventing accidents Adm. Charles Thomas, Community PERSONALS Petite. Donceweor/Aeroblc, Bridal.
and over, Is being offered by the the way people drive. are among the topics stressed -! i EducationVocational Center Lingerie or Acceuorle. Store, Brands
Bradford-Union Vocational. The course is developed by the in the course. Starke FL 32091. Phone ,964-6800. A' WONDERFUL PAMILY IXPUIENCI LU Clalborne. Healthtex. Chou, Lee,
Technical Center. ,American Association of ,Retired The emphasis is on keeping you a, Ext. 12. Australian, European Scandinavian St. Mlchele Forenia Bugle Boy,, L.vL
I Organically'Crown. Lucia Over 2000
Hlah School Eufhanom S'ud.n" arrlw*
Ing In August. Became; -CII-holt i for other Or 13.99 On. Price Or Multi-
family
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American Intercullural Student' Ex Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe
change. Call I.BOG-SIBLING. Icon 88.70 Store. Retail Prices unbelievable for
., Melrose Accounting \ LOSING M US. In 4 weekt U exciting I, top quality shoe normally priced from'
.ooo ,
Raised $19 ,to $60. Over 250 Brand. 2600
Print Wllh.| newly dev.Iep.dDr.r.comm.nd.d
& Tax ,Service
a product can .tyle*. $17.900 to $29.900: Inventory
Business you Airfare, ,Grand
Cards olio earn while losing weight! Call Training Fixture
Letterheads, .' ,' 33 Years Experience Joan 602.218.1973.fcan 88.73 Opening etc. Can open 15 days. Mr
LOSE WEIGHT WITHOUTSSTARVING no Loughlin, ((612)) 888-6993. Itpd 3/3
Envelopes Announcements hunger, no drug, no exerclie. All 1000 SUNIEDS, TONING TABLE Sunol
47' 5 2199 ,natural. 100% guaranteed, medically WOLFF Tanning Bed. SlenderQueit
Thank you Cards Certificates -, verified afe, easy to 10.. 20 Ibs. p.r Paolve Exercisers. Call for FREE color.
\1 month. Coll 3036888824. 'can 88'68 catalogue. Save to 50%
NO ONE IN TOWN IS FASTER Now located 1 mite North of 18002286292.,lean 88-72
location .MISCELLANEOUS $75,000l large Heel' company need
previous dealer In Florida. and size of
Any
type
Rubber Stamps, Forms,. Flyers too! ,' : C.B: ...UrteFENCING commercial steel building sunrooms,
tth ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW SAlitspon.or.d
uuuww m'www mobile home product and neon sign:
by the Lake City Gard.n 100% financing. 1-800-444-1663..fcon"
Club on March 4,5,4, will be held at the 88.66'
HODGESENGRAVING ::": American Legion Post 57 located on MOBILE HOME: PARK on GrlHl Loop.
J1 i Hwy 41 South. Hom.cook.d meals" will, Acreage for more Mobil. home..
WOOD be served each day. Door prizes 38000. Call after 5:30: p.m.. 964-8970
) ) ( J CHAIN ) throughout the three day* Itpd 3/3 or 964-4480,3/3TF.


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'((904)) 473-3671 ';, ..', Awnings Lci: _

Promotional I Items Engraving Specialties for Advertising ', SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
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TROPHIES COUNTER SIGNS '. .

PLAQUES MAIL BOX PLATESIDENTIFICATION :, ", jIIHfl1RU1IiiIILIJ
""i'I RIBBONS PLATES .. ',:;Ii"";'1':''::,"; 473-7676
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.',' ,"I -- GIFT CERTIFICATES' NAME BADGES "'.I'\\\vy I"'I\"' ; I", PONTIAC GRAND PRIK. '
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;'. .,'/'I<':(i"if'\id P':,:.':". '",". AWARDS MEDALS KEY PET TAGS TAGS ",......':,''" t C'\,':/+,I f"(\'"i:">t, Free Estimates Expert InstallationJABVIS tr-.r.-ra.re.-r a-new m.w.m..Mwr aw wr_-_.we .-cm.Sw..----,_--_-.._-.-_
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I MAGNETIC AUTO SIGNS LUGGAGE TAGS 1980 Chevy 1987 Buick 1987 Chevy

'"' NAMEPLATESDOORPLATES CUSTOM SIGN FRAMES I Chevette Regal Monte Carlo

l ,ENGRAVED SIGNS ( Auto AC. Local Luxury' sport.
DESKPLATES FENCE & ALUMINUM Limited
FULL EQUIF'PEd.;
car,, FULL EQUIPPED
Chain Link; Wood & Farm:Fence Locally/ Owned.

I Keystone' Heights x 100 West ..$ 495 $9795 ,$8999


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;t,1\ 1987 ,Chevy '1986 Ford 1987 Olds
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; I. >' ,1.''' lessen pain- 'sea whip. Scientists 2 to choose from. Auto AC. FULLY' Coupe
), recently have extracted a new class
..\, ." ,'o/pafnfeftling and anti-Inflammatory Auto, AC. EQ IPPED. 210 choose from. Like
,. : drugs from this Caribbean soft coral.
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( I ,._ .I"i' ? ,: '; The new substances an more potent $6795 $6495 New-YourChok:
''i. M '"' than commonly prescribed anti-
(inflam motory drugs. They also, $8495
'relieve pain at least as well as',nor.
,'" phine but without Its narcotic'and'
j'). ITS \ OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 'addictive side effects. The 'drugs 1987 Pontiac 1985'Ford'.t' 1','
may' one day be used to treat such '
I 1987 Ford
MON-[R2 10-8 diseases as arthritis. Gran Am .F-150 4x4
N. SAT 10-6 .
SUN 12-S c.. -. c C ...- like New-Fully Fully equipped, Bronco II ,

,...: 'M Equipped.[ locally 51epside, 9,000
r t +h WALKINSWELCOME How far can butterfly bly The 'I ii'
':' ; 1 world's/ champion butterfly long Owned. ''original miles
4%!I ,. ; ,r Ay distance flier'is a 't/nd/ ,of painted $10555;
i 'lady. Each 'spring hundreds of $7795 $8395
thousands of painted ladles leave
SHAMPOO-CUT their winter homes In North Africa
+:' THE STYLING SALON CONDITIONING and".Asia, Minor. Most stop off In
," BLOW DRY southern England and spend' the 1987' S-15 1985 Ford .
summer there. But'a few'painted '1986
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GRAND OPENING
the Circle. That's
usr neat Arctic nearly equipped.FIREBIRD
', almost the Auto AC fully Fully
1000 miles or / one sixth of '
: way around thr.worldtENT 38,000 original I miles, Fully equipped.T.Topl.equipped .

.A! and you're' invited!r r CARBPRBB CURL _._._.__________u like new 'ONLY22OOOMILES.
CUT 418 CONDo 4x4.

1: Saturday, March 5th, ;w; .x3 8 $y ,888 $3$8777. .

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1>1'" (kit to t1 etandln8)D.vi stylist Brcnda Cay.s r,\,',,' Morn Fete Derrick I*of Gainesville i ,Lofrte D Dovl&-clw, ,
I lanell! Mltchifl, stylist fonnerly from (ancll's Hair Styles In
Lake Buller.....Emma Ruth Davl*-.alyllsl/manager.. WitH Expert Initallatioiu
II Drawing lo be held 10 01 0 FF ANSOIV NYLON IPIugh' Bale I
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1.i'" 41688hccd 454 W. Madison Starke Plaza Caret ,Available Wt hare It 7x1Experience
'''I), "" not win tw"pfcwnlla NEXT TO WINN DIXIE I Grade Feeling 1rU $flU I, I loots Nrloa t tliH In thli ionic
PAUL MTTCHBLL
e''',' 964-2323 NOW $fl0II.q. ]d. J Nor$10.98 n.yd..a.-.t mjl Wallpaper

4(''l'\% '. Call lo.book advance appointments 8hlmmerlq Lfpt'1r1l' $fUJI 8oIlUinwuf.llKOI Qeo... Mlni-Bllndi Vertieali

?Jt to J\/\ r.,;,',. NOW tI.4I.q./ Jds (a'6iltSapFleshst' ,), $$8.491,11. (WDiIeS p S eslm Call for I.timate. :471.4881!

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<< new pace in which to:worn and 8<1mlnister the Staffers make for a friendly atmoephere and'learri new things each month to ,S''t
the variety of projects at. the' center an at* eventually be able to live and work "
:" which are going on constantly at the'' mosphere which encourages. them to on their own, with, minimal "
; facility progress assistance
To the clients, one'of the biggest "Our goal," Larimer said,'"is to 'Workers at the' center make a ,
7. positive aspects of the facility is the have each client Jiere reach their variety, of items, one of the most
k warm relationships they form with highest, possible potential and at popular currently being a beautiful,
,the staffers,' who obviously take. a tempt to live as close to a normal life heavy duty cutting board ''which
J r real, ongoing personal interest in as possible.All of the training here is ustomers have been snapping up. ,;
". their welfare and progress. geared to the client l becoming more
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I. Kiwanis Sponsors Circus in Starke IN LIFE AREN'T' FREE.THEY'RE \


The Franzen 'Brothers circus is ,trainer Wayne Franzen opens the quired the nickname "America's!
(coming, to Starke sponsored by the steel l door and steps into the arena Favorite Show." JUST UNDER ,:
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local: Kiwanis club. with the snarling ungle beasts. ,
Nubion Lions and Royal Bengal Don't cover your eyes for long, You can Help the Starke Kiwanis
Tigers, natural jungle enemies, will because you won't want to miss, a'' Club by buying tickets in advance'and "
be brought ,together In one steel thing as he begins putting the wild save $1 per ticket by doing so.. .
arena on Sunday, March 13, at the .animals through their paces, rolling Advance tickets may be purchasedat $10,000.
Bradlord County Fair Grounds. fwo globes; walking on their hind legs Denmark's Furniture Store and .
'shows- will be presented at 2 p.m. and jumping through flaming hoops the Chamber of Commerce. All .
and 4:30: to few of their tricks. This
p.m. name a Kiwanis Club members will' have
act, a favorite of young and old tickets for sale JUSTY -- '
You'may find it necessary to cover alike, .is just one of the'reasons 1 Children's.tickets are $3; Adults, $5995 J
; your eyes '115, renowned; animalObituaries' Franzens ,Brothers Circus has ac, $5.,. ,:,.<,

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Survivors Include daughter, I,
from page 2BVimtery Patricia Ann Bunker of Drs. Inlet; i and,Dot Thomas both of Keystone "
step-daughter Frances Smith of Hts. and Carol Harwood of Columbus ,;,
( in ';Nashville, ,:Ga., with Wildwood;. stepson, DeWayne StarlIng Ohio; and one grandson. ,
,. Kev Fred Hester officiating. Archie of Titusville; several nieces and Funeral services will ,be held ,/I'
Tanner, Funeral Home of Starke wasin ( of which raised ,
'nephews one was; by Thursday, Mar 3 at 2:30: p.m. ins '
charge of arrangements.! Mrs., ''Starling-Odessa Douglas'' DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev ,,t'
,Hampton of Ft. Lauderdale);;: sister,. James R.', Abell officiating. Inters :,
William T;' Porter Bessie Moore of Miami; nine grand-. ment will be in Keystone Hts.+ il''

Mr; William 'Thomas Porter,'83, pf children and. 'several great Cemetery under the direction of WAGON II f. : ', ,
:Starke; died ,Tuesday Feb. 23 at grandchildren. t c. ,Jones Funeral Home of Keystones, DL SEDAN \

,jl Alachua m extended General illness.Hospital, following' 29 Funeral in DeWitt services C. Jones'wer Chapel held Feb.of 'Mrs. Martha Turner'' $9795 $9795'' 1

Starke with Bishop Mark Brimhall ., ,
A' native of Dublin, Ga., Mr, '
''Interment 'Mrs. Martha Christine'Turner. 67,' ,
officiating. was in ,,
Porter lived m Starke for a number' of Orange Spnngs, died February 21 I '
Bethlehem Cemetery in Lake: City ClIHiSVlLLE'S LEST SELECTION OF '1''
III years.' He was a retired GATOR' .
m her home. Born in Pensacola,
with Jones Funeral Home.of Starke
;automobile mechanic for Bill Cook of ''Mrs. Turner was a homemaker and, HEWMDVSCO YCHICUS .; ,SUBARU ,'\ "'
Ford Motor Company in Bradenton m charge arrangements. attended Orange Spnngs CommunMty G. 11. 003or1.800.255.n18 K-MART : ,I.J
lor 41 years. He was a member of Church. Mrs. and : >c ;:
Sr. 'Turner her husband ,
'DavidR.Thomas., 28:5N. Main StrutMoB.Fri. .I.; ;;;j HARDER .)
First Church of \
Baptist Starker Leon lived. In Lake Butler from ::::: ,
Survivors include his wife, Mrs, Mrs.. David Ronald Thomas, Sr.,, 194048. l:30am-8ODpm: !NW.23rdlve. IIE.23rdAn. .",
Annie Porter; two daughters, Quln- 45,of Keystone,died Sunday,Feb 28 Survivors include her husband, 'SUBARU Sat. S:30am-S:00pm: Z .
nette Johnson Jacksonville and' in Shands Teaching -,Hospital of Leo Kenneth Turner of Orange Sprjngs ,..__.._ Sun. 1:00pm-l:00pm I ';,

''('onstance Barus. of'Rocky Mountain !N1iless.r; Gainesville.following...... .. .....an. .extended f r... il"' ) ; daughter Mary JeantHensgnof : of .;"
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; Albany, Ga.; son, Leo, Jr. of ,
,Johnson and Evelyn Kersey of Vero 'Born April 22, 1942 in Otway Ohio, Spokane, Wash.; sisters Jean Smith ,"i
Beach lour grandchildren and two Mr: Thomas moved to Keystone in. ,'ol Montezuma Ga. grandchildrenLaura '.

"greatgrandchildren.Graveside funeral'. services were tended 1978 from Pentecostal Columbus Holiness, Ohio. Churchof He at-' Turner both Kathleen of Spokane and Derek and Jennifer Hude As your locally owned and operated bank/we.,. take'pride' in our service to you'r; ,. < ,' ,':' : \:"

held Feb. 26 with Rev. Ben Bryant Keystone and was a member of Marie Henson and James Dalton
otticiating., Burial was in -Crosbyl Masonic Lodge' 48 in Portsmouth, Henson both of Albany. have built'a asset base '; ", s '
ike Cemetery with Archie 'fanner Ohio. He was an air conditioning and Funeral services were held Feb: through your'patronage we strong : / ; : {
Funeral Home in charge ,of ar- refrigeration technician. '24 ,at Orange Spnngs Community ,
rangements. Survivors include his wife, hul'ch'wlth Rev. Kenneth 'fanner While rates are favorable : : :-' ";:
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Latricia Thomas; daughter, Kelli otficiatmg. Burial was in Orange .'.. ,
Mrs.Mary Clifford Rahme Thomas of Keystone;;, mother Martha Springs Cemetery under the direction '

Mrs. Mary Clifford Rahme, J05, of A. Thomas of Portsmouth; two of Johnson-Hayes Funeral NOW IS THE TIME TO BORROW MONEY ;
Waido, died Wednesday,Feb: 24 In sons David R., Jr. of Fernandina Home of Gainsville. )
and Tony W. of Keystone Hts.; three' ,,
Pines Care Center' of In lieu of flowers, the family requests '
'Starke Whispering a bnef illness. ,brothers Larry and Roger of POrt- donations be made'to North ,'
following' McRae, Fia. ,smouth and Gary of Wheelersburg, Central Fla. Hospice, 801 SW 2nd
Born Feb 5, 1883 in ,
Mrs. Rahme moved to Waldo in 1968; Ohio; three sisters, Mary Hamilton Avenue, Gainesville Fla. for :a :
from Kansas City, Mo. She was a' !
.member of Waldo Baptist Church .
and a homemaker. INSULATIONSAVE I
Survivors include four daughters, of
Gladys Chesser of Starke, Edna
Y :Uyal of Jacksonville;Alta Albrecht Car ome Improvement
ENERGY
and Hazel Starr' of Waldo; son, THAT ,I,
George W. Rahme, Jr., of Hampton;

22 grandchildren grandchildren''and 12"greatgreat, '55 great-, Home Commercial.Industrial. $ I.;( : ', ,. ''Boat Bus ss or Personal

grandchildren.Funeral High R Value Cellulose' ,} i M :-
services were held Fri- .... "
26 in Waldo Baptist Fibreglass Batts ,;r r '
day, Feb. consolidation
''Church with Rev. Ivan Clements of- Frame House Exterior / ..,!J..t Bill
ficiating. Interment was In Hampton New or: Old Construction :.:, : r..." ,
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''Mrs. Mary Kathryn Nettles Starling 5 '.' ;1

.' 73 of Jacksonville, died Feb. 26, DEAN .., ,. ,. :'1

in lengthy Bradford illness.Hospital' following a CASSELS \,( a '.:

Born June 4, 1914 in Lawtey Mrs.:, .r r
'Starling lived in Jacksonville for 25 INSULATION / '
/ years. She has been in Starke for the ,
SAVE ON'HEATING
'past three years. She was a Protestant : STARKE
and a homemaker."' 'iiD
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