Bradford County telegraph
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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 10, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Friday is expected to be sunny,with seasonal temperatures low '"
in the 50'* and highs in the 70 s. \ SUCTION *i 14 ....... t aplj
Saturday and Sunday will be partly cloudy to cloudy with a 101..1. ''f. .
chance of rain Sunday. Now* SrM*., . . . ..2."$ 1> ) al9 .....
Rainfall for March recorded at the three fire towers: Santa fe, Police Hazard . . . . ,35 I >Q):P f..O zS'i .,
3.60; New River 2.81 and Louis Hill, 3.57.The 30 year average rain-; Pro-K at U., .. .. . . . ,4| ) F
fall for March is 3.96 inches. Girl Scout Wook. . . . .is ...i1G \..:', ...'4 p1 fv.awberrias,;
Last Quarter moon, Friday, March 11. M..ln ..Art Gal. .ry. . . 71 \.\1> S'\ '

rime will change Easter Sunday April\ Move clocks ahead one If* ClaMMM. . . . ..5.111 '400J 1.- This Side of Heaven
hour,Saturday night April 2. Area DoattiK . . . . .|3| ,\""'\"; STARKE, FLORIDA 23 Cents cOPtx.S.J
Thursday March 10.1988 DSPS M2-700
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Wortli 9jJting Bradford Likes

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Homemakers to Meet... -

Bradford Extension Homemakers ": it Dukakis Gore .

Club will meet at 10 a.m. today ..... .- ;. .
Thursday March 10), in the Ag .. .,. : ,
building on US-301N. ...., _.ia ,- .
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'Microwaves .
Topic: X ..
.Hostesses will be Midge FriCk,Ed- ... .. $- Bushby
na Harley Lillian Pearson and ; ,,, Iti"
Dorothy FedaK. j,1: : .. ,
C-CAP Meeting... .' Buster Rahn ''registered white voters represent
,. the remaining 84,47 There'
.. BCT Staff Writer
Keystone Heights Mayor and are no records of the number,of
Clay County Development Authority Bradford Democrats liked Mike residents
:1"w casting votes by race,
Chairman Bill Beam will be Dukakis Al Gore and Jesse

featured speaker at tonight's Jackson, in that order and county Percentages...

Thursday March 10) meeting .of Republicans gave candidate George Listed below, are the number of
the Citizens Coalition Against Bush overwhelming' approval in
Presidential votes received by each candidate,.
Pollution. Bradford Super Tuesday's
County courtroom and the of
Preference Primary percentage, total votes
7pm.Lunch cast '
Dukakis led with 1i8 votes In Brad :

Bunch.: ., ford, Gore got 707 and Jackson 658. Democrats
The bulk of Jackson's votes came .
The Lunch Bunch will meet Friday from precincts with a high percentage Veto I Vot_ %

March 11, at noon in First. of black voters but he also got jot. Joe...... *5i. 22.57
Presbyterian Church. some votes in other precincts. Albert Ga,. 707 24.25
Come and bring a covered dish. Bradford voting generally followed Dick Gophart 427 14.*5

'Mz. Contest. ''It the voting pattern of the,entire Mike Dukokll 711,24.61south. ,
Ugly ..
Gary HartUndoclood 12* 04 32

''Cwenty ne gorgeous seniors will Dephrin Jackson, left and Laura Jackson of Lawtey Ellerbee Curse on SR.12t'north of Raiford. C-CAP 145.14% of Bradford County'voters 21*' 7.41
make their special debut in the Mz. let black balloons loose Into Saturday's grey ski at lofted 1,000 balloons Into the air In protest of the hazardous went to the polls for the preference Babbitt received 21 votes, Simon

Ugly Contest set at 7:30 p.m. Saturday waste treatment facility being located here, primary, "an exceptional turnout 42.
March 12, In the BHS considering that only presidential .
auditorium. Residents Hazardous contenders were on the ballot, with Republicans; I
Protest Waste"I
Competition IS set in street wear no local" races or issues to be decided Vat 'Vat* % :,
and ," said Supervisor of Elections Goorgo Suih 224 55.72
talent wear. Making an (
want you to know right now I'm It all happened under the shelterof
Neva Bob Dol. ,
will be 1987 Flynn ,12 29.3
appearance winner, against this thing and I want to Terwillegar Ford where cars
you new
Admission $3. 3,317 people _voted. 2,915 Jack Kamp 21' (22
Joyce Alday.
Juicy r
All Club. know I'm going to do everything I were cleared off to make room for Democrats and 402 Republicans .Pat Robertson ." 'IMt
: Sports
Sponsor, can to stop it,". says Lawtey Mayor, some 100-150 people who seemed to 49.63% of the 810 registeredRepublicans

Berry Queen.... Marvin Rosier of, the proposed stay around most of the day Others. S turned out; a higher ,:DuPont .and .Haig received one.
hazardous waste treatment plant '"came' bought food. and left' percentage than the 6,416 registered vote each, although both have drop.Democrats'
The 26th annual Strawberry- which may be located either in Bradford '
45.43.i The county has ped out of the race.. ,
Pageant will be held 7 p.m.,Saturday Clay or, Union counties. Proponents of the 'hazardous'waste s, ; w 122 voter. registered as 'Independents -; In neighboring counties Gore earned

April 2, in the BHS Mayor Roster's statement was treatment'plant were scarceas none of whom were able Baker Union, and Columbia}
auditorium made hen's teeth. to vote in the presidential primary, Alachua and Clay Joined Bradford in
Hazardous Waste
during the
Application to enter pageant are. The day began with a motorcade since there were no candidates runn, favoring Dukakis; Jackson earned .
Awareness AOwi .
being accepted until noon, Saturday ', Day which went off from the Bradford Square shopping Nn ,ing on an independent ticket.. ,Duval.,'
,.March 12:at Mitchell. Drug. smoothly' Saturday March 5, in center It ended with 1,000 black in Bradford County, the 1,141, The presidential primary 'now
Starke despite skies
Store. grey balloons launched from Ellerbee registered ,black voters represent moves to Illinois for the next vote,',
and an all-day drizzle. The opponents Curve on SR-21 a few miles north of TEs
15.53 percent of the total. The 6,201 ,set next Tuesday,March 15.
Microwaves., ., of locating a hazardous Raiford to which was'' attached A
waste treatment plant in sparsely label which read: Important Alert!
The Bradford County Extension populated north Florida which produces -' You are in the fallout ''area of a Blaoroiweiara
Service is olferuig a Microwave very little of the state's 100,000 hazardous waste incinerator.Please Fall Brings Big Election .
Series at the Agriculture Building' tons of hazardous wate ate 1,000 hot return to sender.CommiSSioner. UNION
", on north US-301:, dogs donated by Winn-Dixie swilled RiddicK
Joe asked '
o Classes: Tuesdays, March IS and by Buster RahnBCT Terms of commissioners "
cokes, ate Les Whitehead's chicken "
"If the safe do
plant is so why they
,22 j 7 p,m. Cost: $5. To pre-register pilau and desserts by the New Bethel Staff Writer Lawrence Mosley Dist. 1, Maxie
want to truck to 250-300 miles to
call 964-6280, Ext. 284 or 209. Baptist Church. The kids fished for beret? Super Tuesday is history but'local' Carter Dist. 3 and Wilbur' Waters, .
L believe if we all work
politics are just beginning to show Dist. 5,will expire this year. No one (
'S.Fe Cemetery... :.prizes.and crowQUpn for a quarter.alike participated And the kids in a together." we can do something to.stop'It. ,' ,signs of life. with a large slate of has announced for any'of the-three
county officers to be nominated in offices at this time..
Annual election of trustees for Cakewalk around a table.
Research on the residue producedby
the primaries this Fall, followed by The terms of school board
the Santa Fe Cemetery Associationis And there were speeches by.. burning hazardous waste is InSuf- the general election in November.' members of Len Schlofman, Dist-,

set March 17.,,7,30; p.m., Hampton anybody, that wanted to say ficient to ensure a safe operation of a What Planet...? and Rodney Hall Dist.4,will expire.
City Hall.Antique, anything including Buddy Revels hazardous waste treatment facility Terms Ending... There have been no announcements
Show. Rep. Chance Irving, Mayor Rosier said James Lambert of the Sierra Earth.,. At present its safe to Local races In Bradford County for either of those two offices.
.. County Commissioner Joe Riddick Club. How the chemical waste would breathe the air here.Bernard Brown will Include three county,commissioners Among county officials/ there.
The sixth annual Antique Show and James Lambert of the Sierra affect the'all' and groundwater is wants to be certain the. air and water two school board members '
and Sale, sponsored by the Starke Club of Gainesville, unknown, said Lambert. remains safe. and all courthouse otficlals. .(See Big E.t t ec ti on..p.3J\1)

Woman's Club is set March 17-20 I

at US-301 the Bradford north of Starke.Fairgrounds on. Lawtey Officials Refund Raise in Sunshine Law Violation I

Hours: 5-8 p.m.:,'Thursday, March ... ,
17;' 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri and Sat..
March 18-19 and noon to 5 p.m. by' Buster Rahn nett engineered the pay raise. secution I have, however found the three months they received the rate of$50 per month Mayor Rosier
Sunday; March 20. BCT Staff Writer Mayor Marvin Rosier and l Commissioner evidence that the violation conextra money. has already refunded the surplus$50
Tickets f $2. Purchase at: C. of Eight Lawtey officials are re- Bill Crouse were not on the stitutes a non-criminal intraction Recently elected Mayor Rosier'' he received. Emmett Bright said he
C., Stump.The Beautique, Chas-' quired to reimburse city coffers council at the time.. within the meaning of the statute." and commissioner Bill Crouse will will repay the $200 in a lump sum'
:stains Jewelry Merle Norman's and $1,200 for salary raises granted late The State Attorney's office subs&'Attorney' ,Giant said violation of, have to refund $50 each. while others chose to' pay by,'the \
from Woman's Club members. last year in violation of the Florida quently investigated the charge and the Sunshine Law invalidates any In a workshop Thursday, March 3, month. .
Sunshine Law. rendered its decision Feb. 11,1988. action taken* therefore the salary Mayor Rosier told the council that Mayor Rosier asked Robert Scott:
Class of 1978.... Chief of Police M.M.Jordan filed a' In his letter to Mayor Rosier Attorney raises are invalid. The remedy lies pay raises cannot be made retroac' if the terms met his approval, and ,J;

Class Plans complaint November 17, 1987, with Giant stated:, in reimbursing the city for, all lively therefore the raise cannot ,Scott said he is well pleased with the
of 1978
: are
made for this being the State Attorney's office, charging "My Investigation has provided monies received in excess of the pay now be made legal by voting for a motion since it exempts former s
a reunion summer
set for June 18 ,' the Lawtey city council with voting) evidence that without much question scale pnor to the meeting. .raise in an open meeting However members from having to reimburse
tentatively pay raises for themselves following establishes a violation of the SunCommissioners Laura Harris. I there is nothing to prevent the commissioners the city.' ,
Starke.If address, has changed a regular council meeting on Ocshine Act. I have not uncovered sufficient Buster Bennett, Emmett Bright and from voting themselves'\ Commissioner Crouse .who had
your tober S.According. evidence of a knowing of City Attorney Johnny HobbS are rea raise at some future time made the motion, quickly rescinded
,since Sonya the five Tenly year Baldree reunion at pleasecall to Assistant'State 'Attorney ., willful violation by any of the> quired to refund $200 each. In the Monday night meeting, the, the original 'motion,' and. sought,
David Giant Mayor Robert members of the City Commission Former members Robert Scott council voted to ,allow council .
,964-6636 473-3863, Mark Brenda Reddish Prevatt at Alvarez 964-6822 at, .Scott and Commissioner Buster Benwhich, would warrant.criminal proand Willie Strong owe $150 each, for. ;members.to repay, the money at the (see S uns hi n e.uP.3A>

Christy Redding Torode at 533-2505

or BUS Shan Johns Alumni.at 964-4840..., Bethany ,Lee' :is ,Bradford County Spelling Bee Champion .. .1

BHS Alumni Association
The will
''meet at 6:30: p,m. Monday, March BMS, sixth,grader" 'Bethany Lee I tary; Alicia Clemons land Peter s l planeload, unscarred'penalty and

21, Bradford Family Restaurant. correctly spelled '"almond", and Juchruewicz,, Lawtey Elementary;, k tart;. shrewd..,. 'the
Public Invited.Medical .. '"tentative" to become the county Adam Crawford and Elisa Aviies L, Supt. 'Jim Duncan putting
Hampton ,Elementary Shondee students at ease, Introduced the
spelling! champion Wednesday morning -: -
Topics... March 2. ,, Lewis and Jesse Warburton spelling bee participants to the,
Bethany Is the daughter" Rick Brooker. Elementary, meeting room crowded with
A'continuing senes of monthly and June Lee of Starke. teachers, students and some
meetings on medical topics for Bethany winner of the BMS bee;, parents., Pronouncer was 'Terry
family members and the genral Runner-up speller in the county- had her chance to win the county bee Vaughn of WPXE radio, who gave
public is being sponsored by the wide bee is BMS eighth 'grader and made good on it in the sixth a r the word its meaning, and used the
Whispering Pines Care Center, 808 Virginia Reno daughter of William t round when Virginia Reno mispelled word. in a sentence each time.

South Coliey Road. and Anna Reno of Starke. Y "almond.". Bethany. correctly spell' Judges were Mrs. Ruth Johns,
Next meeting: 6:30: pm. Wed., 'Twelve student in grades 5-8 com 'ed;"almond, then "tentative" ,to senior vice-president of the Flonda

March 23. peted in the county-wide spelling bee win the county bee.. ,, :National Bank at Starke; Olivia
Topic'Depresston.. To be held in the School Board meeting ; ,Scott, media center director at
discussed by: Dr. Umesh Mhatre,. room Wednesday morning. The Bethany correctly spelled Bradford High Schook? and Len
P.A. resident consultant. ceremoney correct,, governor,
Schlofman chairman of the Brad-
students all champion spellers or
handsome and sausage. Vtnginia
ford School Board.
runners up from their schools, were landscape ,
correctly spelled proofmark -
Upcoming... Virginia Reno and Bethany Lee original breathing and sear I Ichbght ; The Bradford champion' speller,
Bradford Middle School; Patrick f : Bethany Lee will advance to the
Public meetings scheduled in the Harding and Linda Dixon Starke ; Regional Spelling Bee this April 16 In

coming weeks are: Elementary; Trad Thomas and Giving the spellers trouble were, "- Jacksonville. Winner of the regionalbee
Band Boosters: 7:30: p.m. Dana Warren. Southside Elemen- "' '' such words as whirlpool, riotous, Reno advances to the National Spell
1 light ('Thursday, March ,10), BHS Bethany Le ; tradition, donation partial. Virginia ing.Bee In Washington,D.C, in May.
Band Room.: County Spelling ChampionNo County Runnaf-Up Spollor
Starke Elementary School! Sampson Trestle,

Board to visit. Monday March 14, Not 'A Safe '

at Starke 7 p.m Public Council invited.; 7:30 p.m.,'Tues- Place To Fish"' No Changes in" BHS Attendance Policy This Year 'Iboard"'is

day March 15. City Hall. Public.in Starting Saturday, March' 12. '
vited., Sampson Trestle may not be a changeS will' be made in student course: Students attending fewer"' responsible for students out, they"'are' no longer'required to

Hazardous Waste site hearing: very safe place to fish attendance policies for the remainder hours can still earn credit if they from the time they get on the bus in attend school and very little can be
March 17-18 Jacksonville. Buses. Frequent, fast trains will be of the 1987-88 school year pass the required examinations. the morning until they get off in the done about It.

going from here. See elsewhere. travelling on the tracks carrying it was decided at a special school "I'm pleased with what' happen, afternoon.,' "But I don't think the School administrator .are each
. this issue for details.. coalthrough Brooker to power I board meeting Feb. 29. ing. I can see they're tighenmg up," court would see it that broadly," trackof
assigned to
School Board: 7 p.m. Monday. .plants in Gainesville and Crystal Two factor were considered in 'said School Board Chairman Len said Hobba. to one grade keep 'It
March 21. Administration Building River, according to Bradford making the decision: 1)The BHS administration Schlofman.The Supt. .Jim Duncan opened the and call home and write letters Some'incase
of absence
US-301N across from from BHS. County Sheriff' Office. 100 trains la making an effort to school board and administration special meeting, held at the Vo-Tech become excess : upset or

Southslde Elementary School a month with at least three trains see that students remain in school by must let students know "we are Center Just pnor to meeting on the parents resentful at the letters very, some saying I,
a will patrolling grounds and calling concerned about needs of that school center for the +
Board to visit. 1 p.rn. Monday. day be travelling west from skipping Schlof they know where their children
March 28.Bradford. the main line in Starke toward homes when students' are absent, man said. "It's our duty while the upcoming year. by saying be bad were,Duncan said. -
Zoning Board::1 p.m. Brooker. and 2) the Florida Legislature Is ex- students are on campus. I'm glad to looked into the current code of conduct '
.Tuesday March 29, Starke city, i The safety of the fisherman is a peted to toughen Its law on school at- see they're doing something about it. at BHS. Chronic intermittent In case of illness; a doctors permit five

ball Jefferson Thompson Sts. concern at this time not only on tendance. What is the school board responsibility absences in excess of 15 days cases may be requested after
Starke Zoning Board: 1 p.m. the Trestle but also the crossing Current law under/which'/ BHS whenever a student leaves are turned over' to the visiting absences and are required after 10
Thursday March 31, City hall. going to the boat ramp where operates allow students to earn campus Board Member Rodney teacher (formerly called the truant absence, Duncan said.
there is no signal and a limited vision credit as long a* they attend 135 of Hall asked attorney Johnny Hobbsf officer). Once students are IS years Attendance.)
of oncoming trains. the 180 hour required for a one year A broad answer Hobbs laid, it the of age, the superintendent pointed (See
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Page M TELEGRAPH March l 10, Itttg


I BHS Has Many Needs; Money is the QuestionAn

improved vo-tech center with Eighty- percent of vo-tech director told the- school! board. For over an hour, Ag Advisor .
courses pointed more toward needed discipline problems come from David Smith explained the needs of RUBBERStMP? $
occupations is promised to the student. in the Drop Out Prevention ,Vo-Tech Programs.... the 170-acre agriculture farm. .
School Board by, new Director Program established at the school.' Administrator Charles Thomas,in the ag program was transferred
James Ward, who came on board Ward said. One such student has charge of the adult vocational programs to the center several years ago. rarranisa/sf
two months ago. been expelled for the year,'anotheris enumerated th programsthe The school board said its. positionis -
Ward replaced Millard Brown ready to be expelled five Vo- Vo-rech currently offers.A to return all the money the ag Made CLOSEOUT -
who retired.In Tech students have been arrested goal of the adult vocational program farm produces to the ag program,a
a Feb. 29'meeting, Director Ward said, "We're getting serious,," la to improve the literacy of fear of the ag advisor.
Ward explained his plans and goals Ward added the community said Thomas, pointing "U the resources come in from the To !
Administrator Charles Thomas ex Ward's philosophy! The teacherhas ,out that 18 percent of the school far I don't-ttunk there .is any
plained his duties,and Ag Instructor a right to teach. The students. Citizens of Florida cannot read. objection to putting the money out Order
David Smith explained his,department have a right to learn. The new direr The center offers: there to do whatever you need to
's farm management plan. tor said he will support his teachers. Welding at night, 21 students are do," said Supt.Jim Duncan.
Director Ward told the, school Ward wants to improve teacher currently enrolled and there is a '
board: morale at the Vo-Tecti Center by ,waiting list Building Needs... ALSO: nametags for nurs 5 .
He is concerned about the public developing good communciations -Air-conditioning and refrigeration The main construction job planned ,
image of the school. Ward said he and eliminating second guessing. a part-time evening course' by the school board for the coming who needs
has requested a new sign in front of Ward plans a Weekly bulletin,a compilation -A 20-hour child care course.A .' year Is the reroofing of Phase I of the 'waitresses or anyone,
the school and that the outside of the of news and to have good school bus driver training class.A Vo-fech Center built in 1968. '
buildings be repainted performances pointed out. Respect supplemental fire fighting. The projected cost is some
He lamented the lack of com is a two-way street Ward said. He, training, class.Computer 160000. a name tag.
munication with the high school, wants to share responsibility for the education If construction money is sufficient ,
with which the vo-tech center exchanges center with the teachers and to give -Floral design. depending on holding down
about 400 high school pupils credit where credit is due. -Cake decoration. '
costs of the reroofing job, the school
.. daily Ward' said he is talking with Ward wants to develop the curriculum -Conversational German. board plans to finish its uncompleted Business Card,
BUS:: Principal Charles Francis of the center by adding new -Amateur radio.Paramedic ., walkway job '
\'about coordinating schedules. programs, such as food service and training. Those are the first two things on ., ,< i.
He said his stall is working a electronics, and a criminal justice -ACT/SAT prepretory courseA the Vo-Tech priority list. In addi., Special ..
video to improve the image of the vo- assistance program. He also is con- bon: '
tech and to show what is going on inside cerned about several programs the. new offering is 55 Alive/Mature Repave the road behind the ,Raised Letters
the classrooms center currently is operating.First Driving, for those 90 and over to
cosmetology, Pavement there,
wing. '
Discipline at the center can be thing to look at in an unsuccessful hone their driving skills. is in bad 1000 "
improved with better supervision of course is the instructor, said Also, upcoming are courses in shape. only" ,
grounds and bUildings Ward said, Ward CPR, art, and teacher aide training Update' the bells intercom :,:'" .
which can be accomplished by the A marketing program will be Vo-fech enrollment is over 500 system, and fire alarms. 5 ,
school's third administrator is hired. established Ward said. The high school students. In the daytimeand Replace damaged chairs, cut by $ 19
The position is authorized, but re- Chamber of Commerce wants some 235 adults, both in daytime high school students. black ink '
mains vacant When the third administrator employees who can make change, and night classes.At any given night Fence another side of the truck
,is on board Director get to work on time, etc. there are some 180 adult students on driving range.
Ward plans to enforce the center's "We plan to make the 'Vo-fech, the 'vo-tech campus, said Adm. Lay concrete around the loading
Center a different the Thomas. dock at the driving range.
drug and alcohol policies, place, new


I New Director Predicts Improved Vo-Tech CenterA '

Rentals the' Day
six page list of needs costing use the computerized phone system With' the books stolen which are Choral Director Don Hardy asked by ,
many thousands of dollars was, with a recorded message with success usually the newer editions, the for six sets of risers so that each
presented to the School Board whenit ,said Assistant Principal Paula library has a tough time realizing a elementary' school could have one Month
met with Bradford High School Steele. Some of the eight BHS net increase in books, pointed out set to keep. It is a continual problemto Week or
teachers and administrators Mon- teachers present also pushed for the science instructor Sandra Smith. move the risers back and forth ,
day, night March 7, recorded message system. Supt. Jim Duncan asked which between BHS and the outlying .
Principal Charles Francis? Renovate the ROTC building way the media center should go,buy schools, he said. Calculators
however, said his "must have" classrooms. The ROTC classroomsare more VCR's or more 16-mm movie .Principal Francis told the school Typewriters
needs are! not in bad shape after being projectors. Ms.Thomas said VCR's, board that student schedules will be Copy Machines Paper Shredders .
Completing the covered refurbished last year and carpet being because that is the way the trend is done this spnng and changes made '
walkways. Francis said he got wet donated,said Principal FrancIS. going. Supt. Duncan said he knows before the fall term begins. Francis '. Secretarial and office Chairs
four times In' one day recently; But the two regular classrooms in elementary teachers will want said the honors program will be builtto .
which means the students also did the building. badly need refurbishing movie projectors because their the same level as before.
At BHS classes are currently extended ,movie films have been transferred Sixty special education studentsare Cash Registers etc., etc.>
until a hard rain ends, the Complete all the 'grounds work'' to video cassettes. expected at BHS, next fall, "
J principal said. planned to be done by inmate labor' Several classrooms at''BHS still enough to earn a third special education 'For all 'office equipment
The walkways will be completed \School 'board members listened have no monitors for the closed cir' teaching unit,Supt.Duncan told ',your
this year, Supt.Jim Duncan says, if' with interest, but made no committ, ''CUlt IV system. The outlying areasof ,the two currently overloaded special furniture' needs see -.
t, money holds out. After the Phase I ,ments. The needs of the schools will the school are not in communication education teachers, Sarah Jones,, ,,
vo-tecn roof; the walkways are next.' be considered and prioritized when when the bulletin is read over who has 16 students and Julie Fait.,
However, no walkways are plannedto the board begins work on its new the TV system each morning, Ms. "We need computers. They work 'THE Service after the
portable classrooms this year, budget this summer. Thomas said. Supt. Duncan said the wonders with the students," said
Duncan said Needs of the media center were closed circuit TV system is just, Ms.Jones.The two teachers also re- ,OFFICE
-A new copy machine. The old one related to the board once again by 'about complete, that the next step is quested a portable classroom. salewithout'SHOP
burned up, Francis said. With the Director Olivia Scott, wife of school to, get to the outlying classrooms.. Sylvia Tatum lamented the lack of
new copier, Francis said he may be board member Jimmy Scott, and Buy both, that is the solution, said a parent-teacher organization at the i BIG' CITY
,able to crank up the school news letter Ms. Gladys Thomas Books cost an School Board Chairman Len Schlof- high school. "You know me, I like to i l O W.Call SI, paying
,which parents Sylvia fatum and average of $20, and audio visual man. Bet: involved.'"said Ms. Tatum Pnces.
Ethel Douglas said they found informative equipment, different,kinds of films, 964-5764 .!. '
and magazines are very costly. The Tax Help AvailableTollfree Stark.Fla.
-120 students desks are needed to, media center budget of $8,000 to

? rpce ones that need to,be discardA $9,000 doesn't stretch far enough,the telephone and walk-in inpin./ .. ....
';1'eq,. two ladies.'Said M' "- formation ,and assistance is Locations' ''1( .. .. .'
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1 'p" $4,000'computerized phone Book losses ti t(jbeen cut from available from now through April IS. ;-, 'Jacksonville,.400'W" Bay St. r ,.
**ytfcm V t* call parents of :absent to 91 since aicimieri. detection. Jbe scheduled service .are:. __" __ __1. .
students In the late evening or early system has been installed, Ms. Scott Monday, 8:15 a.m.to 8:15: p.m. .' .
night when the parents are at home. said. But the newer books are the -Tuesday-Friday,8.13a: .m.to 5:30:
BHS administrators, each assignedto ones usually stolen, she added.Black p.m.
a grade, are calling the homes of labels on library books,which Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
,absent students during the school seemed to be most of those in stock. Call 1-800-424-1040 ANNOUNCINGOur
day, but most people are at ,work mean they were published pnor to Walk-in serviceMondayFrIday:
during school hours. Other schools 1968. Ms. Scott said. ,8:30 a.lIto\ 5:30ITOfefc :; "

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March.'1*!? TELEGRAPH Pap sA
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I" f No, ,Changes in BHS Policy This Term, r .

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by Buster Rahn Commissioner Bennett was not In the regular meeting, Mayor be unsatisfactory, and should be
BCT Staff WriterCouncilman present. Rosier proposed advising the ownerto replaced, although it has only 50,000 Quotes
Emmett Bright wants clean up the property by June lf miles on the odemeter. ,
to be boa of the Lawtey street Smith Left Out. otherwise the town will do so and bill The Florida Highway, Patrol 1s
maintenance: but apparently won't Water Operator Dale Smith read a him.If the bill isn't paid In due time, replacing 1986 Ford, Mustangs with
A get the committee post unless Corn prepared statement ,objecting to the town will seek a .lien on the property 50-60,000 miles on them. some of
missioner Buster Bennett wants to having his expense: account which are in excellent condition,and
The council voted 4-0 for the we can get one for not over $3,500,
; give it up.Commissioner eliminated by the council in its proposal
; 'Bright reminded February meeting. Chief Jordan told the council. from
: Mayor Marvin Rosier Monday Smith outlined<< a number, of "I'd rather have an FLIP Mustang a
: March 7, in the regular council employee raises approved by the Water Department.., than a new car," said Chief Jordan.'
: : meeting, that Street council recent months,including a Resident Dianne Williams told the Mayor Rosier said the currently
: ; and Sanitation Committeesof not ,raise for the clerk, as welt as an In- council she, put up a water meter owned police car should bring$3,500,
: been publicly assigned although the crease in her expense account a deposit February 18, but water lines it seems to him, but Chief Jordan.
"Used don't br.
: mayor had promised to "get back to, raise for Maintenance Foreman Lit have not been run to her house.Fur replied and police cars
; him'* later when other committee, Phillips, and a raise for the council thermore, she is unable to get elec- .ing much.'' we usually give then leading
chairmen were named. themselves (See separate story). tricity until the water meter is installed Alter bnef discussion
Smith said his salary is 45 percent a Bright
; Bright said "I heard you refer to the tabled
; Commissioner Buster Bennett as under the average already, and to Mayor Rosier asked Water Chairman 'suggested purchase becomes be available until atwblch. -
take his account is unfair Bill Crouse to expedite installation a Mustang
.: streets chairman, although he has away expense tune called '
: not been assigned in a regular since he uses his vehicle in col- or the meter, but heard Crouse make a final a decision.meeting can
: meeting, and I nave asked for the lecting water samples. say there may be too much water in agreed Everyone
: ,Job. I'm not satisfied with the way, Mayor Rosier asked City Clerk the ground to run water pipe, but financial
t the streets department is Queen Robinson to put the item on he'll do his best to' get the job done
b operating." the agenda for discussion at the next this weekend.
Street Talk...
Ms Williams agreed the area is
; Mayor Hosier responded by say- meeting April.,
; ing, fhe appointment of committee wet, following last week-end's ram. Chief Jordan decried the amount
; chairmen was left up to me by my Clean Up Property... Perry Nicula, who lives .3 mile of divisiveness within the council
; election as mayor. I appreciate your In a workshop meeting,Thursday outside the city limits,asked for city not apparent in council, meetings,
r concern but Mr. Bennett has held March 3,' Mayor Rosier discussedthe water to be run to his home and but manifest "on the street/' column.
i the position for many years and I deplorable condition: of property three other houses. Mayor Rosier Mayor Rosier agreed he is hearing
d C would like for him to continue. adjacent to' City Hall, said he and Crouse will look into the less than complimentar talk about
,;, However, Mr.Bennett Is recovering belongs to absentee owner, Bernard possibility ,of furnishing water to the city government, initiated by
t from surgery,and may wish to have E. Pick,' living in Harrison, New them persons connected' with the City He
j his appointment changed, vacating York. The mayor recommended the Barry Watts, 'assistant water' said:
,' the position." council consider cleaning up the lots operator, said It will require an "It is my desire to bring peace
I ;, Bright said he usually maintains and billing the owner, if he failed to engineer to determine if the pumps among departments during my termof
low profile,and doesn't speak much do so himself. can "push water that far." office, and have all problems set
unless something comes up in which Formal decisions cannot be madeIn tied in council meetings. Anyone
I : i he has a great interest. a workshop,so the item was placed ,- Jordan Wants Mustang... having a dispute,bring it to me first */ "
::1 The exchange was made without on the regular council meeting Chief of Police M.M. Jordan said and if we cannot settle it,we'U bring
,,I apparent animosity or ill feelings. agenda for March 7, for disposition. the 1986 Ford Police car continues to' the matter before the council; ''


E ; Clerk Brown Won't Run for New Term I I&rl ,

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:" ," : ," ". .' Veteran county clerk Gib Brown 14,625; in July 1987 it was 24,231 a could operate county governmentfor ,''::" ,
', ,,' won't run for re-election in this net increase of 9,606 people. the best benefit of all the peopleof 6-month-: CD ',>: "
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&, (,f.\' J.' September's Democratic primary, 'fhe 1970-71 county budget was$1.1 Bradford County. You're a great ,.',, ;;,"r" ..1'\.1'I, '",
'1;'! ;'(:, ", I ,. he announced Monday, March 7, at million;, the 1987-88 budget is $5,6 bunch and I will miss you.' :'',\'; ,,':;,I ,\
'M""t" "Hi'' I ,
11"rkr9d'; : the county commission meeting. million. 'fhe state legislature has "' ",,' "
.,',," ,.,. \,' ,Brown said he wants to make it mandated many new programs 'fhe news media has in all ways (
; \ ; clear to everyone he will not run so 'which have to be funded full or partially been fair in articles written about
J anyone interested in the position can by the county."Indeed,county 'the clerk or the operation of ,the,
1 I. j 4I begin making plans to run. government is big business and you clerk' ff1ce.says Brown. .,
VI I .:,f Ij' ,"I would like to take this opportunity -! have been fortunate to elect com.
,,; ,:: to thank the citizens of Bradford missioners and other county ,officials -, "'My advice to the citizens of Brad % "
,! ," County for allowing me to serve who are conservative by ford County is to be informed,attend
:\, .: ,', as your clerk for the past. 18,years," ,nature or the present budget would meetings,decisions and see how' 'j
: ,.l". ,said Brown,.71., have been much higher," the clerk and why that affect,you, 7.00
,J 'r" "1 have seen many changes made notes.' are made.;"
:in the clerk office since 1 was first 'if I have enjoyed working with the I'
:, ,,.',, elected.Article 3, which revised the ,'various commissioners over the .
s ,:'I'A court system, was enacted by the yean,and with the help of a fin staff Kidding Clerk Brown Commis;, '
", ;; Legislature and, by law, made me have gotten consistently good sioner Maxie Carter Jr. said, Gib,
"' ,clerk of the old County Judge Court audits. We' are ,staying within, we want to make sure you tell the '" '
',I.. ,',;, ; along with clerk of the Circuit Court budgeted amounts and have not had :new clerk where those bricks in the ,CD ,' ,'c'. ,,
:\: "'I(" and clerk to the Board of County to borrow money to finish out any wall are." Commissioners kid 1-year ,''"/}i'o&:,1 ,;.JI; '
: } : I:' Commissioners. A bigger'change budget year, Brown about coming up with money r9NI: I)'%fi I,: .
"1 would to thank all the hidden behind a secret brick in the' ', ,
:>-wt\ ; has come about in our population increase ; like (',
'","( ,I and county budget increase." elected county officials for their' courthouse wall ,when they ,really '.
( ::'i" """i, Clerk Gib BrownWon't In 1970 the county'S population was. cooperation over the vears so we need money. '
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:",', "''\" : ,Big Election, ,' '" / "' ,

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'" ;";. have been 'three announcements. 7.25' !

':'/',/,,),ij., .,, ,Sheriff Superintendent Dolph of Schools Reddish Jim Dun-and

'k,' :O'J; can have announced that they will
': y",.,"fi'. seek to succeed themselves in office. /
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.: ::1 Clerk of the Court Gib Brown has announced ,,,' .
::r",; his intentions to retire at
\ ,I ', the end of this term.' GOING OUT OF '01"" ;' '
,J .,1' Other county officers whose terms 2-year CD
', \":I Iv'uJ expire this year are Property Appraiser :, "'
';,, ,,? Jimmy Alvarez, Tax Collector II "
; \\I} ;'';1i Esther Hall and Supervisor of "
; "' Elections Neva Flynn:Neither of the I'
I(,,',;,i ',: three officeholders has yet announced ALL Fruit
,4, ,"-i::, : an intention to run. I

I,' ,".." Election Dates... Trees

.;; The first primary will be'held @ PLANTSArtificial "
'IE'' September 6, followed by the second & ;,
't ,primary October 4.' The general I
1\\' ; ,: election is slated for Nov a, 1988. & Living Shrubs 7.50 J.
,v'', '3 Bradford County' voters have
,I traditionally: elected county office
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1" holders in ,the second primary in @ /2 1/2 price
f'I. prior years since the Republican w ,I
i'' party has fielded candidates infrequently f
'! in local races ; ::0 'o-j-
i : Bradford County currently I hasf ROSIER, ,3 year CD' ,
f ,"1 6,416 registered democrats 810 EveIYiliing'' '
1 republicans and 122 Independent "

J''9, : voters voters.,' a total of 7,348 registered NURSERY &' GARDEN inside,;includes: Our top rates 6n CPs are the talk of the town, ,

t,,', 'a Books Closing Dates.. Pesticides @ And if you're 55 or older, the_story gets' ,even

'f'' '' :( Important dates for voters who Soil better., "
: want to change party registration, CENTER 'Potting, "
Opportunity !
Here's Golden to
: a save .
: : those who have moved, or have fall- -
"! : ,ed to register,or wish to make other Fertilizer400oOFF 'I
,\ :' I, changes,are August 6 and October 8. 301 S.Walnut '. Your CD deposit along with opening a free checking
books will close on _
Registration ,
Ji. account also qualifies for special banking
you :
:: those dates in preparation for the :

': ,,'-, primary and general elections, 964-2471 privileges and travel benefits in our,Golden

,ii'S M I across from'Family Dollar ,Opportunities'program for:,seniors. '

1 *ODS loe Call'orstop by Florida National today before,

(From Page 1) Pall I i f :
; Golden
these quotes and our Opportunitiesoffer
= assistance from Commissioner i Harris Must Go "
Everything : :
i'' to re-word the motion to include : -.:... become,old news.,

_, former, commissioners Scott and cask to,
i '.,.Strong.The amended motion passed Including register, w ,
4-0. ... ...
;M 1,4 Attorney Giant advised the commission -" shelving machlneiWall; I ': that failure to invalidate the ,
': :1.: pay raise may bring action by the chair desk file cabinets GARDEN 1 r
if successfully maintained -
'courts, which ,
could subject each commissioner 'ii' f
to a fine, not exceeding fSOO.If .. tools seats bins etc :!
It- \
TOOLS.Car I. ,
:; the action brought on behalf of a <'
:t: private citizen, the court may also
Z assess attorney fees and court costs,'
;: in addition to requiring the repayment sift 40% Expect more from usT
'i of the extra money received
..' since November 1987. HUNTER Member FDIC ,
I ; 'Action taken by the council Mon
:' :: 'day night apparently meets the requirements Miss )
,. \ OFF
':,. as set forth by Attorney CLOTHES Don't :2 convenient Locations in Bradford County.
I 1 Giant, and the case will be closed'
P "contingent upon repayment of theAttendance These Main Office. 105 West Jefferson Street, \,
.3i funds. BuialDI ,
'" : Call 9647050Above
: 40%

0.J From Page 1) simple interest rates are good only at Florida National '

:; -- --. OFF Cash. ChocksLimited Offices shown above Annual percentage rates shown currently in
; ,,s 'five BHiTcani pus sintioa.is okay, or effect. Rates change weekly and there's a substantial: penalty for 'I
i there are very few major problems '
i, I,i, ,aid Supt.Duncan."We can go with Time Only early withdrawal. c'
,most any policy the board wants,but Golden Opportunities not available in Palm. Beach County. '
if we enforce every facet of the Some restrictions apply., ,
policy we have, it's tough enough," I
Duncan added.

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P.kUA TELEGRAPH ,March 10.1 iss$ fr

etUTORlALS Georgia Crackers 'Aint' 'No Slackers I

r, '. '.', "1/, [ ," : \ In Waging War on Hazardous'' Waste I

: ", : Troubles in Georgia Too',' :" /'; :',": : clean'
.. : clean air, clean water land- for a
.. Florida isn't the only State struggling to possible economic boost that would be
'find a suitable site for a hazardous waste ; ?" He said the
for bow
Over Hazardous Waste Site i goodbut long proposed
Three commissioners -
treatment plant. county Ilf falo plant site is atop the Tuscaloosa Formation -
\ in Taylor County, Ga., are facing 'Io lo rsl aquifer, makin splUs'devastating
recall for their part in an unethical plan to to our water supply."
offer their county as a location, apparently
'The' State of Georgia is also going wonder where 10,200 sites on State:> land for their own interest, and without givingthe The 'site selection process In Georgia

through the throes of picking a site tor a could be found. DER has never supplied public an opportunity to be heard in the began last July,when Gov.Joe Frank l:Harris

Hazardous Waste Treatment facility, this information. matter. wrote each of the state's 1M counties,
According to The Atlanta Constitution, a inviting them to apply for the plant.
and three of the live county commissioners In further commenting on the Georgia counties expressed an interest
week before state officials chose a tract in
who voted to offer Taylor County fiasco, the Constitution said; ''"...the re- rural Taylor County as the No. 1 site for initially, but only 12 applications were actually

as the site for such an operation are cent behavior of state and county officials the state .(SO million hazardous waste received by the Oct. 1 deadline

now facing a recall drive. does not inspire confidence. It plant the list of recommended sites was Eight of these pulled out later because of
reshuffled after "consultants" met public opposition, or because they were
all of
has the earmarks a railroading
According to an editorial in The ,privately with officials from the Depart- unable to offer the 3,000 acres requested by
Atlanta Constitution, the decision to otter as ,it does in Flonda. ment of Natural Resources. 'a. the state for the site.

the site to the state was not made in At least in some respects, we have As a result of this meeting, the Taylor Its requirement for a 3,000

an open meeting, as it should have been, the advantage over Georgia. County County site which had previously been acre, the Georgia Hazardous Waste

but over the telephone by county com Corn issioners of all three' counties involved ranked sixth among the seven potential _, Management Authority said the acreagewas
missioners "'so eager to close the deal in the Florida site selection- sites, suddenly became the top choice. needed in order to provide a "large en-
Since this decision was made clandestinly vironmental buffer", and would provide
(which would benefit some of them personally Bradford Clay and Unionhave goneon in December, geologists have warned thatit land that could be used for a wildlife

) that they said the necessary record as unanimously opposing the may be a recharge area for aquifers that management area,timber production, and
land could be purchased for as little as location of a hazardous waste facility in supply drinking water for several South also to accommodate industrial growth if
Georgia communities,as well as providing it developed In the future.In .
$300 an acre. their baliwicks, as have numerous other
habitat for a half-dozen endangered plants rr.r'
Although'Georgia used a different site groups, including the Bradford County and animals. contrast to 3,000 acres required by

selection process,than the one now be School Board, and the Clay County Documents obtained by The Atlanta Georgia, Florida has set a minimum of only
Florida's hazardous
ing used by Florida's; Department of Development'Authority. Journal-Constitution show that the ? site.30 acres

Environmental Regulation DER), the But :we share with Georgia the indignation Georgia DNR ignored repeated recommendations ,. / a .
by engineering consultants for In Ipt'of the differences in the Georgia
turmoil now going on in Taylor County over the manner in which the
method and the Florida method of "site
a more careful examination of sites before, the small farm Industry In recent ears.
Ga., as well as in Florida, shows that site selection process was earned out. the.final selection was made. But opponents say environmental con- selection", similarities in the disregard of

most people in both states object, not We agree completely with the Constitution Attorneys for Taylor County opponents cerns far outweigh any supposed economic environmental impact and the bypassingof

only to the treatment facility itself, but when it says; 'Landowners and environmentalists .of the plant say new information shows the gains. the public interest: are sufficient to warrant -

to the flawed process by which sites are justifiably outraged. county was not selected as the hazardous One livestock producer asked,""'Do we concern and distrust on the part of

,were selected. None was contacted beforehand, no ,waste site on the basis of its environmental really want to sacrifice our way of lifethe citizens in both! states.

'The resulting debacle led The Atlanta maps of the site were published until 19 'suitability.County was. The chosen one and over only other reason potentialsites Taylor

Constitution to observe editorially: days before the vote, and the only public was because less political opposition, /Aw;

hearings were held in the middle of the had developed there, according to a Columbus -
The ( )
only course in Georgia
proper workday them difficult to at attorney. "The State of Georgia
is for (;av, Joe Frank' Harris to order an tend. More, making ominously, envlronmentalengmeers' took, advantage of that fact by deliberately a DUNN //'") AVE.I .

immediate halt to the headlong courseof selecting the county with the least public D
advice that the EX 1Ti
the project until a thorough environmental may be participation, and by Juggling! the figuresto rcn tAaGO oft a'
an aquifer recharge area, or make it look like that county was the
inspection can be made underground water source for many best choice tor the facility' the attorney I '1 Ct1aaL
and the of residents
objections area are said. !
South Georgia communities was I
fully aired. One of their charges is thatit nored." Depositions by Taylor County residents, XL

wasn't the area's suitability, but '( who say their commissioners violated the
rather the natives' lacK of sophistication Sounds almost like the scenario that state's open meeting,law, Indicate that iscayne 1y

that led to its selection as the future was, followed here, in spite of DEH's erA Environmental initial ranking of : /Terrace '

site for incinerating 70,000 tons of hazardous false insistence that all publications and seven sites was altered dramatically during ,';
a November 24 meeting with DNR of- '
waste a year.,That charge must be all county and legislative officials were ficials. Taylor County was ranked sixth ,.
dealt with before a single spade of earth'IS notified of the impending site selection among the seven sites based on a '"wind, -; ; : !

turned. 'decisions. The media and local officials shield' survey made while driving ie.---61-: ;;- ,. "- ,

were riot notified until "after the fact." through the seven sites while looking at .
The Atlanta paper points out that in maps of the areas.

Georgia, ,"..>.; no detailed inspection of The' Atlanta Constitution 'is right in' A new list of recommended sites,drawn .... :
the geology groundwater, soils; after the "inspections", Taylor
saying that we, the people (taxpayers) up CAifR aD '
weather, wildlife,:, and vegetation ,was, should not be :County 580 points-enough to tie it for first r .
compelled to .
court .
go .
failed -
ever madeto the astonishment of place. Documents to explain why or ;
hazardous waste and for remedy of a project that has been so how the Taylor site suddenly Improved. V! ,
flagrantly mishandled by a State agen' There are no minutes of the meeting where '.. .
who fully expect the project to wind up cy. Florida's Governor should also this took place, and the manager of information ', '. "
in court," and education for Georgia's DNR > Ow.' "
; order !
an immediate halt to the headlong .- ,
has recollection of how the
no ranking was
Florida's DEH: and its site-selection (railroading) course of the project untila changed although he personally "awarded -, -

j consultant, Roy Weston Inc., claim that thorough environmental inspectioncan several sites additional points for "

: 10,200 sites were considered before be made and the objections of area ..::"public: involvement". whatever that \\.. I' '

finally narrowing the field down to five residents fully aired., And, we might might be.Georgia. Ss/(2 'U

sites/all; within a radius of 15 miles of add, until the North Central Florida, officials placed so little em- .. :'. ''', '''''';' ..
i on flood hazards that one, ,
phasis plain 11'
StafKe-* anJionor..we can do without.Sinceallpossible Regional Planning Council, which has'' 'lf--ill 1,1:4: 14 1, '
proposed site, which was mostly
county's %
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:Sites'except those on jurisdiction In"'our 13 North' Central under water, was initially ranked No. 1 on ..{ ,. ... ")

State-owned property were eliminated Florida counties, is given the opportunity the list. .

to begin 'with, we ,cannot help but for its regional impact input. The manager of the state-hired consulting -

firm erA Environmental,testifiedthat .
he expressed concerns about the need AOVT
for a study of prevailing winds in the area,
and also a hydrological study that would z TliCf( AIVEA r
look at the presence of aquifers in the a

Wq Jfloriba mime5' 1tio1t I areabut such studies were never done.In .

,spite of this,' Georgia's Hazardous How to Get There...
Jacksonville Monday. Much 7.J988. Waste Management Authority voted
December to The best route from Starke to reach the two-day meeting March 17-18 of Environmental
---:-' .. .. unanimously in select the .
Taylor County site for the "state of the Regulation Commission In Jacksonville iff

Standing would be bad choice .art" incinerator that would handle 100,000 Take U.S. 301 North to Baldwin; then I-U East to 1-25 North at Jacksonville;
tons of hazardous waste each year. continue north to Dunn Ave.,exit right to Jiffy Store,turn right on road at Jiffy and

Supporters of the plant say it would pro- continue to Capper Road.Florida Junior College North Campus will be on right.

for hazardous waste treatmentMore mote growth in Taylor County's economy
; which has been ravaged by the failure of

More and more It appears that all of lIon Is the closeness of the Biscayne

Florida's toxic wastes upward of aquifer to the surface and the consequent Mayor Beam to Speak at C-CAP MeetingBill I
J 00,000 tons a year-will be transported danger of conwnirutlon.
to a site about 40 miles from Jacksonville An "advantage" the four remaining
for disposal. That will be a bad sites Is that they are on higher ground 'r
I decision but It .appears. to be,In. the and chemical ipllla would have to percolate Beam. Mayor of Keystone Heights, tour now under consideration for recommendation ,Florida Junior College,' 4501 Capper Road,
cards. through more ground. to reach and chairman of the Clay County Develop- to the Governor and the' Jacksonville (see map),
The already contaminated, 300-acre the aquifer. ment Authority will be featured speaker Cabinet as first choice for Florida's Hazardous Persons to ride busses ,
site of a former Clay County landfill on However,when spills are mentioned as at tonight meeting oC C-CAP (Citizens Waste plant.; wishing may obtain ,
exact and
the Camp Blanding military reservation 'a possibility at one of the chosen sites, Coalition Against Pollution) at 1 F.mar Also discussed at this meeting will be the Claudia Godwin place of departure by
property seems the likely choice as the DER personnel act as If that would be 'Thursday. March 10 in the Bradford County -, ways in which Bradford Clay and Union calling GottS 964-5600 or Sally
064-7911 (after)
place of disposal of hazardous waste extremely unlikely because of the safe courtroom. Counties can Join forces in opposing the ;

," generated as far away as. Key West, Miami storage facilities for' the wastes that Beam will discuss Clay County's efforts plant Dean,Traylor, Chairman of C-CAP County Commissioner Joe Riddick urges
and PensacoU. would be brought Into the site. and planned course of action to said. all interested persons to attend the two-.
,,1 "What" makes this probability so discosBut if the storage facilities: and the prevent a day session. important to have a
cerung Is that the site is located on the 'transportation are so safe, why worry Hazardous Waste Treatment facility from large crowd uplthere," he said _
edge of an area that has been called the about the Biscayne aquifer, since there being established at Camp'Blanding or Busses Available to Jax -
Terwillegar Thanked
standpipe of the upper Floridan aquifer, is ostensibly almost no danger of spillage anywhere else in Clay County. He and his ..
announced that two
also busses
a centuries-old accumulation: of pure, ? And if such: a facility poses enough group are gathering data and preparing Traylor The C-CAP organization expresses ,
.; potable water that Is an area asset of InCalculable of a threat to the Biscayne aquifer to maps and charts for a detailed presentation will be available to transport Interested thanks to Terwillegar Motors for the use of
value. 'warrant automatic exclusion from the) at the March 17-18 meeting in Jacksonville citizens to the two-day Environmental!: their covered car lot during the rain that
t Although there are four sites -:three general area where most of the wastes when the Environmental Regulation Regulation' Commission meeting Thursday forced the Awareness Day Program to
i. of them In the same generut are "'are generated, Is it safe for the Floridan Commission will choose one site from,the :. March 17-18, at the North Campus of seek shelter last Saturday,

supposed to be still in the running when aquifer' ,even It on higher ground?
the Environmental Regulatory Commission After saying no more sites would be'
: meets March 16-18 In Jacksonville considered other than the four "final' Rep. Irvine Explains''

.;' .to make a final choice to recommend to ists," DER found the Blanding site had Her Role in DER
the governor,' the Mouse speaker arid been contaminated by past dumping Clay County Hearing
the Senate president, there are those and looked at two other site on Blan DEPARTMENT. ,ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION

who believe the. Blanding site. Is almost ding property only to find that they Dear Editor: 'AmII2A! h.
; a certainty were either being mined or were under
: The other three are on prison grounds 'lease to be mined. Only then was the' ,from Some the Feb misconception re meeting: Iri nave Middleburg resulted onUM FLORIDA EMVIIONMENTAL. BCOULATION' CC, III1011"<<

'and Clay County Commissioner James original Blending site resurrected. Hazardous W.atelil". first,because I Audit or lun '+
S Jett points out that Inability to evacuate Further, the road leading Into the was moderating the meeting and did not Fiends Couunltr College of Jacksonville ",
A : these sites In the : Union., area are hardly truck routes. State Road 'rf make puMlo statements, some have 4'01 Capper .o.d i
Bradford and DeSoto makes assumed that I want Ute site located In Jacksonville Florida ,
highly 16 Is four-laned In the area but even te
Clay County. This I* not true and I so '100 ..... March 17 1*. HIS
.unlikely that any of them will be choaen. Is fed by two-lane road from every di stated when answering a question. "
.That would leave the Blanding location rectiot.. .t, ,dell te order "
I In setting up tile meeting,It was
as the only other possible choice. ,Even though site selectors' point to the my purpose \
to allow iris cltaen to express their "
te the flag -.
Whatever site I*chosen will cqntain an relative proximity of Interstate routes concern through question Tlwee were II."' Pledge ,

incinerator to burn the hazardous 10, 95 and 76, getting to the site from, requested la be In writing because I was III. ....'Jkpetovai Minutes of Public ....thv. sad Public .
.waste' generated all over the state, any of these wont be easy for the 10 to aware of the great Interest In Oils situation ., Hearings h.ldr.bcuacyl7, !... ia Seteeeta, ,' '
warehouses to store the 245 Ions pf 18 trucks filled with hazardous wastes .and thought uu* would be the bert moan .., '
of IV. Briefing*
waste a day that will be trucked: In 10aC will dally have to find.their way.tothis addressed.having the There greetast were number ZM questions of concerns and '
I location, chemical utralization the facility from all Florida. ... Sold ... '
over at UM end of the meeting I asked tf all 1.. .c Development,
units,and laboratory analytical: lacUI: eI. Clay County Commission Chairman questions had been......-ed.1IeveraI people 2.' Bole c.... under Appeel .
The Blanding location sits on a portion Dale Wilson has been disturbed by the said u>etn bad not,and they were then l-
'of what Is called the Clay County.Brad- I vagueness of answers to the concerns; given the opportunity to.state I them and i.Ini.......... out.taadtag'Tlerida.. -t.n Petition .

( :ford County-high,a put from which: the he and others have. expressed about the. receive an answer.' .. i. Mitigation.... ."'
underground water flow I II toward Orange proposed sit*. I Whet ha* your State RepneentaUv '
? R1.ottiesad Magnetic
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. Park Jacksonville St. Johns don te keep the Hazardous waste site out ,
. and Kingsley Lake and Bull Creek art tile ..
of this areaT I nave called
.County. Ills I close to Bull Creek, s feeder closest water bodies to the proposed those from the CMvauoa. UM of Hazardous Oo..rborand V.' t Public assuage end Rule Pr.e..dlag."r
stream of Black Creek which drains site but In a sense, the tlortcUn aquifer Waste giant facts why the North Florida .11" .. i....i. ,
surface water from a substantial OR lies exposed on the surfaces of the deep sites are taaporopruue, welt as: clays a r r.d' ,;. 1s' Certification ef Public seatisgi and Swear tag et '
,: of tilt area and flow Into the St. Johns lake thai drain Into it In the Ooldhead- residential rather than.. Industrial community ," ,,,.: .it...... ,? ..y(' .'.5, ( '.' >, i
: River. Keyalorw-Putnam Hall area. They are aquifer recnarge area. trnporlance ...: / "
One of the disturbing femur ft tile vulnerable to airborne emission from of Black Creek and Kbujaley Lake,a 2. Maitewetec Treatment Construction u t''h.. .. .
*. .Congressional pmnihHton for anythIng Put '' : .., ..
: disturbing process that ha led to thispoint such a facility.: ut"S.
military, mining, and forestry.Me at : ; Chapter 17-1J, key* Dredge and Fill Bale :
has been reasoning that anysit It I* utterly Incomprehenalble than Camp Blending,and UM lack of evacuation '. \ "'
that had the Blacayne aquifer In anybody could Mart out with 10.200 potential procedures .t UM pram. Mta. On March t. Chapter iT-2. Air Pollution < )' :.
i South Florida ass primary drinking wa- site and end up with three on IT-IS. I will be at the CmliuumenUlRegulatory : mlo
,ref" source was automatically excluded: slat prison land and another to close Oonunieswa sating relating I. .Sltta* et Multi-purpose Basardoue Facility
from consideration for the hazardous to such a sensitive lake area. and a vul thai a and other concern. -
waste facility. Th reason for the exclunerable, aquifer U anyone has question* or suggestion. ''VI. Hew Buelnees"VII '

filial call no al....... Public Coeaeat. .Ported
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Engagements. ) Col./ Elbert of DAR
u, f Chapter

;: ...... ; ; i Elects, Officers, at Mar. 7 Meeting
SO'da1.Ne .j.
i'I' The March 7 meeting of the Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of DAR wa held
I at the home of Mrs. J.D. Henderson in Keystone Height The followingslate
of officers were elected for the 1988-90 term: Regent Mrs. J.D.

*. Wedding Births it Club New. Henderson Vice Regent Mrs. Herbert Thomas Treasurer Mr*. Joseph
Mrs. Gilbert Brown,Registrar Mrs. George Brown and
Engagement: *, r. ,...
Church News.. Social Event.. \ Chaplain Mrs Henry Williams.
The Regent, Mrs. David Taber: conducted the business meeting which

,.. --- ,J began with a ombalist Eve Mrs. Lucille Starnes.
Reading Resource Mrs. Maycumber,working with the
/ ... NE Fla. Educational!: Consortium was in charge of the program centering
Club News. ""'' "'- """- .....,.... -:...'""'- ,on education in the year 2001. '
l Il 'I' Mrs. Gilbert Brown, National Defense Chairman, gave an informativetalk

,BetQ Slgrrta" Phi Has March MeetingThe Hostesses on the Antl-BalllStlcMlsalle with Mrs. Henderson Treaty.were Mrs. W.H. Redfearn and Mrs. A.D.

XI Iota I Watson. The refreshment table was covered with a crochet lace cloth with
Delta Chapter of Beta The XI Delta Chapter would 1
Sigma Phi held its March 1st like to thank Tom and Rose Smith a centerpiece of rosy pink camellias flanked by crystal candelabra holding
meeting at the home of Rose Smith., for hosting the valentines party this white cammelias. Coffee, cold beverages and finger foods were served.

Bonnie Landry was honored as this year in their beautiful new home. ; Penny Jakab
year's valentine sweetheart and The chapter presented them with a and Barry Reddish 50th
Celebrate Anniversary
presented with a gift certificate lovely tulip light. a housewarming Sandra Crawford Mr* & Mrs. Ray Crawford To
from the in honor of this oc gift. The and JakobReddishEngagement '
chapter couples played games ,Mr. and Mrs Ray Crawford of wishing to participate are asked to'
casion. held a silent auction in which
Crawford-Terwlllegar Told Lake Butler will celebrate their 50th, write the memory or experience that
.The XI Iota Delta Chapter In had a timer
everyone great shared with the Crawfords and
,Starke, along with the Pi Si and XI ToWed March 12 Mr. and Mrs. ZoltaA 'Jakab of 'wedding March 20.anniversay on. Sunday, you return it to E. Ralph Crawford. 56J

Kappa Mu chapters in Keystone helda UDC Tea Celebrates' Sandra Crawford and Byron Terwillegar -> Brooker announce the engagementof A reception being given by their Haven Point Dr., Treasure Island,
special ECC meeting at the their daughter, to Barry
III are proud to announce Penn children will be held at the Lake Fla. 33706.
Chinese Restaurant in Srarke on 90th Vernon Reddish, r.and Mrs.
AnniversaryMrs. their upcoming wedding plans. Butler Community Center from 3 until The family believes that loving
Thursday, Feb. 25. The chapters got A will be held Vernon Reddish of Starke.
private ceremony memories they have shared wlttlHelp
together in order to make for .Herbert Thomas,Mrs.Joyce The bnde-elect plans Mar. 12 in Las Vegas. A receptionwill fnends would be the most treasured
is requested in compiling a
Riherd and
Mrs. David Taber of
the Founders Day Celebration to be Bradford High School is,
follow the return.
couple's from the Crawfords'first gift they could receive, therefore,
held on Tuesday night, Apr. 26. The Keystone Heights attended the Kir- employed by the College of Architec memory book
worldwide women's organization is by Smith Chapter UDC tea to ture at University of Florida. fifty years of marriage. 'ThoseCaptain they request no other gift. ,

celebrating S3 years of service. celebrate their 90th anniversary and Braswell-Johns// The bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom
honoring Mrs. Rosalie Miller Past Bradford High School, attendsthe
Division President' and their Real Wedding SaturdayThe University of No. Fla.. in
Testing ScheduleFor Daughter Mrs Faye Kite Holl-;- Jacksonville and is employed by
Bradford Schools ingsworth. This affair was held at wedding of Gloria Elizabeth Winn-Dixie Stores. D&A
the home of Mrs.; Billie Burch in. Braswell of Orange Park daughterof The wedding is planned for May 27
The eras (Comprehensive Test of Gainesville on Sunday March 6. Ms. Minnie L. Braswell and Gordon at Madison St. Baptist Church. All
Basic.,Skills) will be given to E. Braswell, and Thomas friends and relatives are invited to
students in kindergarten through Richard Johns of Keystone Heights, attend. No local invitations are being -
little seafood
}eleventh grade the week of March Youth Week March 13.19 son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Randolph sent. great place.
14-18. The CTBS measures In- At First Church Johns, III;? will be held at 7 p.m. ,
dividual achievement in reading, Baptist Saturday, March 12, at the Fleming
language and math skills. Tuesday March 15 will kick off Island Baptist Church 1871 County
TJie! SSAT I and 11 (Florida State Youth Week at First Baptist Churchin Road 220 in Orange Park. 10 Piece
Assessment Test) will be given to Starke with a "Sun Skate" in All fnends and relatives are cordially -
students in tenth grade Mar. 22-23. Gainesville. Permission slips will be invited to attend.
.Students must pass the SSAr I & II required and youth are asked to br-
In order to graduate. ing $3 for admission and snack
On Mar. 29. students in third and money.
seventh grade will be given the Youth Night is Friday, Mar. 18 at Monica Green Honored
Flonda Norm Referenced Reading 7:30: p.m. at Church. Debbie Elbon With Bridal ShowersMiss
Test. The results of this test will be Holman a teenager with unique Shrimp
used to compare student achieve- challenges to overcome, used to Monica Green, bride-elect of
ment in Florida the southeast weigh 345 pounds and struggled with Randy Andrews, was honored with a .
region of the country and the nation. extreme insecurities. When she Lingerie Shower Feb. 20 at the home
Parents are asked to make sure chose to make Christ the Lord of her of Miss Karen Phillips ''In

I", students are at school and on tune. life, she began to see dramatic, Gainesville. c '
,for these very Important tests. 1 changes take place. Debbie will be' Many lovely gifts were' received r Dinner
sharing this transformation God is by the bride-elect ,after which $3.69
making in her life combining her refreshments were served consisting \ '
Hampton Hllltes ,soprano voice with heartwarmingcharm of punch and tray of finger-, '

and comedy Her husband foods, delicious hand-breaded fried sl rimpMONDAY
LaCheron Adklns Ten
Terrell Holman, expenenced an ac- 'Around thirty guests enjoyed this ,
By Dolores/ Meng cident which caused him amnesia occasion. Hostesses for the party and Michael Raley .....d a ..,,
Priori 464-1915 and traumatic loss of memories. were: Susan Kelly,Michelle Vonsch, Adklns-Raley
53rd Ann/versory. Nevertheless he remembers his Dana Luke, Pat Stewart, Wendy.
.. relationship with God.He has an accomplished WUkerson and Karen Phillips. Engagement, Told
Congratulations to Rev. Raymond singing voice and will *
; and MildredWilliams who'' minister WIth'freshness and zeal Madison St. Baptist Church was and Edwin Conway of Starke
celebrated their 53rd wedding anniversary The testimony, humor and youth- the setting for a miscellaneous 'announce the engagement of their
1\\ on March 4. They enjoyeda oriented music of this dynamic couple shower on Feb. 25 from 7-9 p,m. daughter, LaCheron Conway
special dinner at the Starke will encourage and challenge honoring Monica Green. A beautiful Adkins, to Michael D. Raley, son of S 1
Mr. and Mrs. Luther also of
Steakhouse with family members to youth. devotional on marriage was given.
observe this occasion. We wish them The First Baptist High School The ladies of the church presentedthe Starke.
The bnde-elect attended Bradford
many more happy years together! Ensemble and High School Choir program. Mrs.Lanette Griff lit
M (Birthdays..... will also be sharing in.Youth NignL. the main candle to signify God, after ,High School Video.and is The employed by Midnight
I which to be which! six 'other ,candles were lit groom-to-be
promises entertaining.1
Ma) 1-Patripia Rhoden,, DavidFeez1H3 funny and -a nightiqr you v,signifying love, courage, understandtding graduated from Bradford; High
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Hodges, Teddy DeMaree, Rutttl to remember, \ / trust, kindness and patience.At and (
the close a white Bible was Pump Supply. 4
Paladino; 4-Mark Miller; presented to the bride-elect. The wedding is planned for April r

, 6-Jennifer ,Jones; 7-Nicole Clark... Gospel Sing SaturdayAt Beautiful decorations of silk roses at 6 p,m. at AirPark Baptist, Church
,: Jay Walker, Jason Smith; 9-Enc Pleasant and flowers of dusty rose, pink tones m Starke. "t-tttl* *
Donnerstag, Gregory Hughes Shannon Hope ,and burgundy colors were used in -4
Van Syckel, Wynn, Collins; ; A gospel sing will be held Saturday the party room. Mrs. Rose McConnell Craig Wise Celebrates
10-Bradd ,Jones, Tracey Mc- night, March 12 at 7:30: p.m. at Pleasant made the decorations. Sixteenth .,. %" 6, ,ddhjI ''Iii'' rll( ,nl 4Iit" 1,
Cullough 12-Charles; l1- oberta Searcy; Hope Congregational Methodist Strawberry punch was served,along Birthday'Craig Dinner includes' french fries,cole slaw and two hush puppies.
Crawford Jeremy Church. with dainty cakes,candies,nuts,etc. Wise celebrated his sixteenth
,Stephens. Featured singers will be the Hostesses for this occasion were birthday on Friday; Feb. 19.
: Hampton Elementary,;. Thornton Family. Pastor Jeanette M.... Joann Denmark, Mrs. Sally' Approximately 30 teens attendedthe & TUESDAY
4 Teacher of the Y.ar..LCongratulations Hams invites everyone to attend the Groves Mrs. Lanette Griffls Mrs. party which was held at the ,
church, located on Hwy 301 ,N. Pat Lawson, Mrs. Liz Mathews Lawtey pistol Range recreation
to Mrs. Jean
Clark who has been named Teacher across from S&W Muffler. Mrs. Rose McConnell,. Mrs. Julia building "Sweet sixteen"' balloons Two-Piece Fish Dinner $239
Rip linger and Mrs. Ann Woods. and decorations were used to accent
; of the Year for Bradford County
Monica received many nice gifts .the party room.-Papa Wise grilled
Schools Mrs. Clark Is loved her
from the approximately 40 guests at' hot dogs which were served along
first graders and all she
are happy tending this shower. The hostesses with chips cokes and cake. SUNDAY& WEDNESDAY
has received this honor. Mrs Clark
BAD WITS Ails PWUCu.I.rJ presented her with a piece of her Games were played and several
has taught at lIES for the 18 }
years. past GOOD GUYS s14 If. chosen china and the Bible. guests were initiated to the OgaogaClubl All-You-Can-Eat

Report Cord., filii(. Craig received many useful gifts Country-Style Fish Dinner $3.99
.. ...
Students were given report cards : and money,along with a handcarved
to take'home on Tuesday, March 8 deer plaque.Dad Donny highlighted Dining Room Service Only

(Super Tuesday. These reports are the occasion by handing him ,keys to
i for the fourth six weeks grading. the car. '

period. USDA Commodity Dates

\ For DistributionSuwannee In This

U.S. Government River Economic.Council, Inc.,announces the following dates Dog-
for distribution of USDA commodities. Qualifications guidelines and income ..,
'SUrplus Auction eligibility scale information may obtained. from the Suwannee '

Set March 15 River Economic Council, Inc. World.
Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributionsto Eat-Dog .
The Defense Reuttlization and the elderly and handicapped. U you have trouble standing,please bring
Marketing Office has scheduled a a folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable.
Government Surplus Auction that USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program Is available to all eligible
will be open to the public on Wednesday recipients regardless of race color national origin age, sex er han
/March 15. Bidder, registration dicap.
begins at 7:30 a.m. Sale begins at 8 Distribution sites and dates are as follows iMAR.

,a.m. This sale will be conducted at 16: BROOKER City Hall, 10 a.m.-l p.m. .,.
the Defenu'eutillzation A MAR. 17: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m.-4 p.m:
Marketing Office, U.S. Hwy.' 17 MAR. 18: STARKE Old RJE School, 9 a.m..l:3O: p.m.MAR ", .
South two miles South of NAS Main 21: LAWTEY Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 am.l30

Gate.Items to be sold Include: military -MAR. 22: HAMPTON City Hall. 10 a.m.2 p,m.MAR. .

clothing welder typewriters, 23:,SPEEDViLLE,Pleaaant Grove Baptist Church, 10 a.m.-l:30
calculators, projection and recording p.m.. eIt
equipment, lathes hardware ,Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. (
I lawn and garden equipment

bicycles medical equipment furniture > s Nice to
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beauty parlor ,equipment;
,electrical equipment restaurant,
equipment trucks, forklift 'televisions Planning, r Specif Dar;
and more.
The sale Ito'im will be availablefor Smart Brides always

inspection on March 11 and choose our famousInvitations Be able to rent 1 a clean room
March 14 (except Mar. 12-13).Hours ,
of Inspection are from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. For further Information call with air conditioning ,for a
,Terri Dobson or Mike Zieman In the '.
sales officer 772 9249.
reasonable rate.

By the' Week or, Month

Cpl.'Bryan Clark .

I. In Puerto Rico :

Marine CpC:Bryan R,Clark,son of 3750
Good ta.ts..d.9 b*otpouiv Ow beautiful Flower WeddingtevkattoM. '
'From week
Norma J. dark of Hampton,recently -
w.ittalos proves thin was over 500 waplsa outstanding
a three-week deployment
departed on .
.AaaotmcMMnU awl PmouUlMd Aoea.od..,
:, to Puerto Rico with 2nd Marine awes tinny oqoWu pp n,liturla ttytot and_ ....... ..
Division.Camp Lejeune. N.C. It IIWIoanYaa".rIcII dead kCMrin,tfccuu ai lb.B.s.t .
While deployed.dark will participate" aafi isuhip.yd eoMiai so little Com act olr complete
In a training exercise section ud rtinim....perfect lavfcaUoa for your w ddlMfnmft
fulminating with live-fire exercises,
amp i loUa assaults, and ertendedrange Strrtct tmt o.,*,... : raids leading to the daaignatton ,*',
1( special operation capable." 'I DRESS*GIFT SHOP MAGNOLIA HOTEL

A IBM: graduate of Bradford High .. $1s SO.WALNUT ST.STAJUCE.rL.imi ., .
j School dark Joined the Marines. In Wglnut ,St.:.by_ the Post Office : iiu
June,1984.i y
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I! ,National/ / ,School Counseling Month ra ra'I .1

Emphasized In Bradford Schools '

February)'c, was National School and parents to help meet the needs
Counseling Month, sponsored by the and goals of students. .
..,.. S J w- American School Counselor Associa- Career education for,students is .44"u
tion.This year's theme for the observance another integral component of
was."Sometimes the learning guidance programs from "
process needs a helping hand.That kindergarten through high school. --
why we are here. Your school. -
counselorsomeone, you can counton Serving as a liaison' between the
!" community and the school,
The purpose of the celebration is counselors advise students of chang !
5r to focus on the services school ing trends in the employment
... ... counselors can provide for students. market and help them make adjustments
From elementary through high in their educational program
school, school counselors are an In- to adapt to these changes. I
tegral part of an educational team- Your dedicated group of If
promoting educational, social,,'and counselors in the Bradford County
personal growth in students. schools are here to help you.. Theyare f
: ,
Iva Jean Harrell' servicing
..: School counselors are trained pro Brtffiker: and Playing Games...
Starke Elementary. fessionals that have skills to help. Hampton Lawtey
Student Chad McKenzie receive individual counseling from Starke Counselors provide information on Elementary; Counselor Janine Kith of Southslde Elementary U doing tome I individual I
Elementary Counselor Chris Snavely. various subjects such as drug and Janine Kish at Southside Elementary counseling with student Robbie Hicks which In this Instance was
alcohol prevention, decision making ; playing a game expressing feelings.
Chris Snavely at Starke Element I
skills, self-awareness conflict
Ms Slack Appointed Manager of Residence Inn resolution and peer interaction. Melba Johnson and'' Glenda

Mr. Leon Volkert Exec Vice Ms, Slack has been in'' the These services are provided through Johnson at Bradford Middle School;
classroom guidance, small
President for Operations 01 triple 'r hospitality Industry over eIght years and individual counseling They group also Allison Abets and Teresa Holiday 11
and( most recently served as General at Bradford High School ,
Patricia ;
Hotels,Inc. announces that I
; work with teachers administrators
Econo of
Slack has been named the new Manager of the Lodge Jim Lewis and Mary McCloudare
General Manager of.the Residence Starke.This appointment was effec- Bradford's Occupational ,
Inn of Gainesville live March ?. Specialists (helping students with
career and job placement counseling
; and
-Della Rosenburg and Geraldme
GrIffIs at the Vo-tech.
Please feel free to contact any
counselor if a student or parent is in
:. ; ./ need of assistance. Bradford County
School Counselors really. .are a help-
ing hand.

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Art Clinic In GlassTo ,[

,Be PresentedBy

G'vllle Artisans .l. ,
"V ,

Jacqui Collett, artist of the month Peer Facilitator Group... k
for March, 1988,will present a variety ( I
Counselor Melba'Johnon counsels with'a group of Middle School
of art forms in glass, including
students I In a peer facilitator group.,
fused glass, stained glass and ,
Ear[ -
Collett will present fused glass,'an -
ancient process dating back to 1500 =-
BC in abstract sculptural forms
within frames; stained glass using Ei1
,texrural qualities of clear glass and
/ incorporating fused glass, and
'r kaleidoscopes designed with inserts *4.
,I w of fused glass, using optical quality 4 ,.. 'if
Ill t mirrors and marbles "to,create. a
I / beautiful image.

r ri Collett is self-taught and'has been -,
working in glass for the past 10 1T'k
I 1 X111 years She teaches stained glass and _
,i kaleidoscope classes with Alachua
County Community Education.
The'Galnesvllle'ArtlSans' Guild is -
located at 806 University Ave. "...
The hours are from 10 a.m.until 5:30 -.',' '
....?.p.m., Monday through Saturday. .?. .t: vi .Ttt1l., ." M.\,
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Vo-Tech Counseling... I '
I FLfl.TUIINTHEHTREStarke Vo-Tech Counselor Dells Rosenberg discusses Important matters with I '

964-5451 student Jennifer Slivers I a Vo-Tech student., I" i 'IJ

S Open Euery Night Morningside Farm and Forest,Festival '

When you rent. a telecommunications system ........."f t'."....................; The 10th annual Farm and Forest for' ,provisions and supplies for :
r i x'Sat. Festival is set at Morningside ,natural dyes, gather herbs in the :
from Centel its tailored to fit. :' SPECIAL Nature Center, 3540 E. University garden for teas and medicines, bear
Ave., Gainesville, March master story tellers taJes of .
; & Sun. 5.00: Show ;sL. s Saturday,. spin j.
5 28, fromm noon to 4 p.m. bygone days, see blacksmiths ,
-... Tuesday... Showing The friends of Morningside invite fashion farm tools, participate in a '
Looking to telecommuniIns'tead of capital investment -- #
try on a new a large ,'
bee and
you to step back in time and experience quilting recapture toe
Cations system? Why not outfit your: business talk to Centel about customized telecommunications Starts FrIday Mar.11 1 life in rural north Floridaat domestic arts of butter churning,
with a' Convenient and cost-effective rental.We'll make a system to suitCentel the turn of the century. This bread baking and wood' stove I !
F SIDNEY POITIER year's event will recapture the' cookery. "
key system rental plan.You won'thave ; your business perfectly.Wherepeople:
flavor of the past with pioneer era The friends of Morningside will, I
Y to invest in any'new equipment and yet' TOM BERENGER demonstations and guided tours of boil corn on the cob and sell pop- J
you'll get a brand new .up-to-date system., the 278 acre wildlife sanctuary.and sicles. Herbal iced tea la free. Come
It's for installation and SHOOT TO, learning center early and bring your picnic lunch; ,
an charge
yours then after the
You will see sheep being shorn and stay festival to feed
monthly fee. y KILL ([ ]) the wool carded,watch spinners and the farm animals and watch the
We'll tailor i it{ to'meet your exact specifications weavers at work, join naturalists as cows being milked at 8 p.m. \.
..they. wander in the woods searching
-hever too much or too little,And CENEL, J

\ifs a flexible. system'tOo, so you'can make'alterations I SCREEN TWO I I

as you need them.We'll( handle ,./ .!_ I FRI3RIC !
"everything from installation to maintenance, ; >AUATK AtUu f
Mtt i iU "
as part of,our agreement. connectO EMPIRE'OF > US R


!Canlel.' 1988 .- Call for'Showtime, hks./, SAL _

\ .Plan: 'now to attend a ,special V.1-OT.d/ Sll4i 45"wrJ..r Prints

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Say No to ''Drugs... AI 1


Bell, McGriff Have Message for Students


,by'Judy Becker graduated In December 1987.McGriff would never make it as a "walk-on)"'
told of choices young people but he kept believing in himself. Instead
Florida Gator Kerwin Bell and face, saying"Drug: abuse is big. of turning to drugs or alcohol,
Mark McGriff faced a crowd of 300 ger than everyone of us" and"I can Bell turned to God in prayer each
'or more students and visitors Tuesday think of better ways to get a 20 ''night, seeking to get himself ready
night., March 8, In the BHS minute high" for' $10 than buying for the next day.
auditorium. The two outstanding marijuna or crack, such as. buying He wan"redshirted" the first year 1 7f{' JIf
Florida football players came to six ice cream sodas." at Florida, and ranked eight out of
Stance to participate in the Drug- Bell said, "1 didn't prepare a eight quarterbacks vying for the
Free Schools program. speech advance, I just talk from number one position.
Lawtey' Elementary P.EJ!:, the heart" He told of him and his After four years as number'' 1
Teacher. Ray Clone said, friends being taunted and laughed at quarterback for the University of
"Regardless: of what ,they do next for'"not being men," because they Florida and setting a number, of,
season they are both winners with didn't "do drugs or alcohol." ,school records. Bell says his dream
us," in his introduction of the two Addressing his remarks to young .now Is to play "Monday\ Night
young men. McGnff, a third year people, Bell said, "You can be temp 'Football" '
ted so easily, because you don't
tight-end for the Gators is a
Both McGnff and Bell
know what you are getting into. gave their
graduate of Gainesville High School, There Is nothing wrong in being parents credit for instilling proper,
the playing for GHS during 1980, when good. Please don't get involved with values In' their lives, and pointing
team won the state Champion- drugs. Messing around with drugs them in the right direction,
ship.' will make you a loser 10 times out of McGnff and Bell spent and hour 1
Bell, "Outstanding Player" in the' 10." shaking hands signing autographsand

senior bowl, hails from Day,a small To the community.,. Bell said, "It getting their pictures taken by
town near Mayo in LaFayette County T --- ----a
all their fans
starts with you.7 following a question and
where he played high school foot- Bell shared his 'dream of answer penod Celebrities
ball. ( many Visit...
though a "walK-on, Bell won
years, telling howdifficult it was for School Superintendent Jim Dun- ,
the Gator quarterback position in his him when he failed to receive a foot- can said, "Those two young men Cator football players Kerwin Bell and )Mark, McCriff vlalled Bradford flip School early this week a* part of the .1
freshman year, and held the position ball.scholarship from any school In believe in something greater than 'J1I8t ,Say,No anti drug effort In the IOC school..
throughout his college, years. Bell: the country People told him he themselves.''

Tornado Track 'Teams Get Big, Dual- Victories ,Over Gainesville high I

I The Tornado track team had a cond heat. GHS scratched from the ''BIIS Beats GIIS... High Jwmot. I)(.10,..". H4MII 41' 3)) Mteolo W... Malachi' Jenkins won four events '14.ItOx..
good week with both and fast heat, and left the BHS girls running = toil,44-> 4)) ll.mono ,.._4 r'. ',In .Mil.IMII 1))Com WorJ.,,,,Konny Dolu.4M .,4..
boys girls I The BHS 71-31 and ,. .... ... leading the BHS boys to" a 70-52
girls won boys t. f / 1))mm' H. _. 1I x'1..3)' )forrt K''" .. '4. l...,.. IH* ...M(Monrr McC_. a...
winning over Gainesville High here' against the clock. 70.52 in a dual meet with Gainesville!! ,..I II r110Vrf-. ( : wm over Gainesville High. .Dv,_. JolM Upw, C_. WlltawM). '
Tuesday, March 8, and the girls' Christie.Harrell placed fifth in the High School on the Tornado track. High. HurdlMl' II) Ntcolo W..,_, 11 0ID Jenkins won the snot put, high 440-Vo. OmOa 11\ l_ -..... I1.HI M..4 M.i
finishing a very strong fourth out of half mile, and was on,the winning ,"L did *Mom Ooihr 1)) Kim' .......... II t. 1 1| ........ jump, long jump, and for ....11 U 17, Tom .......... n.14. '
all said
thought they good, W'III.' .... II Ut I.... Klttlot' 14.4S. triple jump 339-14 ..... .......... .
Hu rflo I 41 UMOrd
20 schools in the sixth annual In- ,mile relay team. Coach, Loper, Mil. Item' 1)) tort ...|> SiSS 2)) _.,)... ,.......) a, 20 point) performance. 1h.* 13)-"l ")- .2,1 1.011 KOMI Ikoffip.BOO .
terlachen Invitation run Saturday,, Ramona Pennant was fifth in the The BUS> girls won 10 events GHS' .,07. ihol 1206 1))| MolwM. J-nkln., JTr. 1)) tpncormud 2,2. n1MV4 .
March 5, in a driving rain : mile and sixth in the two mile. four, 44O-V4 ...... 2)})SHI '1" (Ch.,.... Horroll'. Tony.MIHh.ll '( ,. Mt", 5))' Cl.roiKO WII") ...., Mil". t) lita Onkl '11) 00..". Pott.run 14 4t. "3)) C4,4./'
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Nkoto W. Art .... ,. ..
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HllllcumJ.440.V4 Honoytirtl at .
Senior Lori Sapp was the' highpoint And, some performances of the Coach Loper spread the eight BHSgirls DOIIII I)T.trl K""Mlo. till uJM.fo .. 10 r Irovl." loonoy Ourbo.. II 4* I)HMiqr M, Cut
girl of the meet with 21 points. other kids were pretty good, said ,out as, well as he could to Low H.,4'' .i 1)) H'.." W...o* .7.s., artOluutl' -p) Clcr.no 'Will/an. lot I" 1)) |,.lcH.n.ycutt ,II MIN II' ....... I) INS 2,47.4(ipontpf ISIS' ,'CM,....
Sapp won the mile, the half mile,and Coach Loper. -They gave it their generate the most points. "We don ,541.24Yni. I) lort ..", 1,If; "tK) ,'.......,..,.... '101 t 5)} sto*. 110...,.n 91 tr. 0)) ,-.., ...1111..... Dwrtn PMM o.. Hotart n.."...). ,
anchored the Tornado mile best shots. They did as well as they ,," 10. Smith f 1P 7)) I..I..J)John_tHigh \V t.....,.MIMI'C.m W.r4 1734.K...,0.240 It,II. 1
winning have .
could." many girls but those we have 910 Td, ...., 21 Kin. Homoloit "4t, 3A,4|, .. *...?'1J MilocM) J.nklnl' 210 II| Ho". Mc
relay team with a 62.8 split. "Man, are giving it their all?' he says.. WIIHomr. 1*.JS.1MII. ,; \ Cv..h..O' "
she ran a really incredible quarter Daytona Beach Seabreeze, won the'' (him ") ..m... ,..... l,04" ''I 1 ; Long Jump, Ij M.lMhl J....,... If*..
mile in that driving rain" They all girls meet with 39 points, 2) Girls Statistics' ... Mil. I5... 1)) INS.,., ot(Wm' H...."/..,, tori. Kit-' Triple' Jumpt I Il MalwM' ,.......171A'. Upcoming.... .
Moo. ChrlHI. Ho>r.ll, lort 10,1'|l 110 '., Hlgn" Hurolnr l)5pon) <.. >m,"H II MlOOMotor .
Eastside Ocala
37 3) Forest
knew they had to beat the Daytona' points, BHS goes to the annual Palatka Invitational -
Oatht Oaritft
Ulcri Ftrtt 1) '_M'tc' S. 242 tl Ponorttn II Mt Chrl
Seabreeze, winning time in the se ,33V414) BID> 29 D.....' 1J! ,'n"MHch U.*rS"'. Boys vs, GIIS..., Ou.... 12,22, H.,.. CuMhon ..u. tom tmllor. ,this Saturday'March 12.

I Weightlifters 2-1 ,After' 'Victory ,\

A 43-32 win over Middleburg High I The competition is a'total of two' ')L_. Mill IH.tao-404
last Wednesday March 2, gives ,lilts, the bench press and the clean & ,)"".,.".Mill, 290-2O0.4M

Bradford High weight lifters .a,2-1 Jerk., In the statistics '155-115-270 141'/. ,....,./ c...i '
record to date.BHS .\ means a lilt of 155 )in the bench press, I)MII..., 210.210/70 '.
115 in the clean and jerk, and a totalof ,...-MH1IHS,. ...........
270 B stands for Bradford ,.)........l.IKS., I ,110-221-:17.:
got its second win in a row pounds. ,
following a 46-35 wm Feb. 24 over'' M for Middleburg High First-place 10141, r.Y.d Clo.... ECIALS
Union High. BHS lost its first weightlifting counts 5 points, second 3 points, and 1)._, ins' ,270250115''
match 55-26 to Baker.High., third place one point, ")......".,.>.,Mil OM: 1M14.IUijoottk ta-at-at

Clint Reed and Greg''Pdtman improved ,"'. p.5d CI..a' '
the 1 14'4 '_4 Cl.... IJ. A 25 pounds over previous' 1)-) ". .INS. :lo..IUMSIIOS.IOS.JIO ) .Mill:. MolMU.JM4 '
week to lead BHS lifters in the In- 2)Lwl.p) .M. 73)114g) ''1M.WIt 211200.411, PRICES BEGIN THURS.,, .
crease in pounds lifted, rim McCut- MARCH IOTH( TIRLt'WkD: '
their in Pound c..... P.Mio1 c......: ;", ,
and Sam NorrIS upped .
chen OWIIIIom..0/41. IM-IM-Ut II..rln) M/2. ,.........". MARCH 16TH, AT OUR.
"' totals 20 pounds John Williams, D. lH.n..r M. IN*' 1 40-1 39.1MlWIoli tfv) ., MHS,', 210701411 STARKH LOCATION ONLYt
":::1HoUand.. Junior ,Acevedo, Derrick .)CI.....MHS. 14i.100.44SHvyWICto ,
>( Long, and Lamont Adams, IS pounds 132" p..n4 CI_.. ts.
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Ii}.> Schaffer more; 10 pounds more and Dane 1_ p..d C1.... ...' nV.-w'* .*I,..;. 3)4151.1.Iey), ,,M.MHS.,'' ,. 17S1004MMO1IS4M ..:. t

t,;, Clark and G. Brever 5 pounds morel IJPHtmm) .INS", 215.221-Ill '312.15...INS ,1IS..ISS-400 SeQQmra's' Mr. BOSTON'S

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TELEGRAPH March 10, It88

H I. Legal Notices -. ,. "

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If'ri being In Bradford Florida, the Intersection of the Northerly right of Bradford Union Vocational Center andStark
.runic NOTICE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, County to' 1 this Court on the 26th day of February, of
-n. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE : ,way line of the Seaboard Coast Line Elementary School. Stark,
Th. Bradford School' toard. witThe 1988. .
County DIVISION South 157 feet of the East 416 feet Railroad, right of way with the East tin* Florida. I .
Stark. Florida will hold Public Hear-
,> a Court No. 8o-643-CIV-J-12 of the NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec- of said Section 4, and run N 002T29" W, BID NUMBER 8-041II l
',,\" Ing on the Proposed impleyeel. lick tlon 18, 6 along said East line, 281,57 feel to th. Clerk of Circuit Court and/ /bid forms
I', leeve .Pool for all full-time employee* of UNITED: STATES OF AMERICA, Township South Rang :22 ... Cathy Hlgglnbotham Specifications maybe
"' This Plaintiff East, containing 1 and 5/8th acres, moreor northerly right of way line of Edmonds Clerk examined at the Bradford County
the Bradford School Deputy
1 County System. lass, Drive; thence run N 71*18'56" W, along School 'Board 582 North Tempi
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Public will ba held In the School 3/3 4tchg 3/24
Board Hearing Room of the District School Ad- ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY As th* property of the above-named the Northerly right of way line,of sold Avenue, Stark, Florida:not,and maybe
A' mlnlstrotlve Offices, 582 North Temple .t. el, Defendants. defendant, and that on th* 14th day of Edmonds Drive. 1033.20 feet to the obtained at that' some location, for
Avenue Stark. Florida on March :21. NOTICE OF SALE March. 1988 Monday at two c.lock on Easterly right of way line of Breomwood ,NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER $30.00 nonrefundable deposit.
i f/ 1988. at 7:00p.m. ) Notice (Is hereby given that pursuant said day on the premises of the Bradford Lane; thence run N 212744" E, along, ENACTMENT OF PROPOSED Bid Security In the form of a lid Bond
!I\\ Copl. of this proposed. ''Empoy.es! tea Final Judgment entered on February 'County Sheriff OH ice.'I will offer for sold Easterly right of way line, 156.62 .ORDINANCE BY THE BOARDOF executed by the Bidder and a _qualified
)V f,' Sick Leave Pool" may be obtained at the 1 19, 1988. by the above entitled Court In sole and sell to the highest bidder for feet, thence run, Northerly along said COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF surety or a certified or cashier check
? uprlntndnt'i Office, between 8:00a the above styled cause, the undersigned cash, In hand the above.described property Easterly right of way line with a curve BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA on any national or state bank In the,
,;: ,m. and,4:30 p.m.. Monday through FrlK United States Marshal' or any of his duly as the property of the said defendant concave Westerly said curve having o NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the ,amount specified In the pacification
day authorized deputies will sell the property to satisfy said, Execution control angle 79'4I'ZOa: radius of 4th day of April 1988 at 10:00 a,m., the mad payable to the Bradford County
f This published notice Is In compliance situate In Bradford County Florida DOLPH E. REDDISH, 230.00 feet and a chord bearing and Board of County Commissioners: of Bradford School Board must occcompany each bid
SHERIFF OF dlstanc of N 182626 295.08 feet, County Florida In regular sessionto
; with the Florida Statutes Chapter 130,54 described as.Commence: BRADFORD W. as guarantee that the Bidder will not
os nactd, by the 1974 Florida at the SW corner of Section ,COUNTY FLORIDA thence run N 5820 36" W, along sold be held at the Board meeting room at withdraw from the competition after
''(j' legislature. 22 Township 6 South Range 22 East run- 3/18 4tehg 3/10 Easterly right of way line,238.14 feet to the Bradford County Courthouse, Stark., opening the bid, and In the event the
',\(. Jim Duncan Superintendent Easterly 39.45 feet more or less to the a Point of Curve, thence run Northwesterly Florida will consider' the following, ordinance contract I I.awarded to the Bidder h*will

'\r, Bradford County SchoolsA Easterly right of way line of the Old IN THE CIRCUIT ? along said Easterly right of and the proposed enactment within ten {10) day after receiving
; 3/3 3tchg 3'17 ,lowtey Rood, thence run North 007 East EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN way line with a curve concave Northeasterly thereof some,'execute the contract and furnish
<{' 1 along said Easterly right of way'' line AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY said'curve having a central AN ORDINANCE AMENDING BRADFORD the required bond falling which the
'' NOTICE OF INTENT 750.00 feet to the Northerly right of way .FLORIDA. angle of 2657 56' a radius of 470.00 COUNTY ORDINANCE 87 01 security shall become the property of
S'" TO SWAP OR EXCHANGEr line of Donna Street thence run North Case, No, 88-88-CA feet, on arc length of 221.20 and a chord ESTABLISHING A 911 SYSTEM IN BRAD the Owner a* liquidated damages.All .
:, COUNTY LAND 8939 East along told Northerly tight of INSILCO CORPORATION, a bearing and distance of N 44'51'38" W, FORD COUNTY:. EXEM..TlNGSUBSCRIIERS bid must be mod on the appropriate -
t I"I: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: way line 225.00 f..t to the point of Connecticut Corporation and 219,16 feet to a Point of Tangency, IN 496 EXCHANGE FROM proposal' forms, properly executed
J, Pursuant to F,S. 123,37, the Bradford beginning: thence continue North 8939 MILES HOMES DIVISIONOF thence run N 312740' W, along said SERVICE FEE BECAUSE OF NON. and placed In the envelope provided
f. ',' County Commission advl... It propos.so East along said Northerly right of way INSILCO CORPORATION, Easterly right of way line 448,80 feet to AVAILABILITY OF 911 SERVICE. marked to (Identify the bid and
r: / swap lands owned by Bradford County line 73,00 feet: thence run North 007 a Connecticut corporation, an Iron pipe; thence run S 583r20" W, The substance of the contemplated ordinance then shall be delivered or mailed to
I, In Sections S t 6. Tp 8 5. P. 22 E ((170 acres East, 101,00 feet,thence run South 8939' Plaintiff 60.00 fet to the Westerly right of way ,Is Centel as defined In 'ordinance Bradford County School Board 582 N.
line of Breomwood lane and the Point of 87-01 does not presently .have
.:i! ,of land within th* Santa F* Swamp) to West, 75,00 feet: thence run South OW v. Temple Avenue. Stark, Florida 32091.
feet the of Beginning: thence continue S S8"37'20"W. the administrative or technical ability toservice
the Suwann River Water ManogmntI 101.00 to point beginning 3102tehg317Control
I DAVID ALAN MARTIN 226.87 feet, thnc run N 38"56'44w those subscribers within Bradford
District. Live Oak, Florida In return for 0621 ,
,' .
feet thence N 5837'2O" E County having the 496
105.92 exchangewith
'. lands owned by the Suwann River At public outcry to the highest and run '
t Water Management District located In .best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00: ED GAGNON.. 240.82 feet to sold Westerly right of way'IIn. 911 service, and said customers ,
_pjendanM thence S 312740' E, sold should not be subject to charges for said
; run along
f.; Section 11, Tp 85, R 22 E In Bradford clock noon on April 6, 1988 at the front NOTICE OF ACTIONTO .
of line 105.00 feet the Pointof service.Said
door entrance of the Bradford right way to
k' County. (Approximately 27 acres non- : DAVID ALAN MARTIN MEETING NOTICE ,
will be Courthouse at Storke. Florida. Beginning. Subject to a 100 feet Cloy contemplated ordinance may" be
swamp) The Interests swapped whose odress is unknown but Inspected by the public at the office of The Suwann River Economic Council
"', fee simple absolute without reservationof Dated: February 22. 1988 'whole lost known mailing address was:' Electric Cooperative right of way easeement the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford Inc., Board of Director will hold a
the 100 feet
mineral etc. rights The lands swapped Richard I. Cox.Jr.Unlt.d ',, across Southwesterly : of the Board of Director on
I-H meeting
2525 Centerwest Parkway gu.to.G.orlo County Courthouse, Stark, Florida, during
Marshal : of the above described lands, sold easement -
for''I States .
the total consideration
: represent Tuesday March 15, 1988 7:30: p.m, at
I r. Middle District of Florida 30909. being recorded In Misc. Book 19, the regular business hours of 8 a.m. '
'1, the swap DEAD TO ANY AND ALL the Holiday Inn In Lake City, Florida.
AND IF HE BE thru 5
Monday through Friday.
and Official Records Book 46 p.m.
;' A resolution authorizing such exiI Dorothea Beane page ,191 Itch 3/10
i, 'change will b* considered by the Board Assistant US Attorney PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS, on page 604 of the public records of All Interested parties may appear. at Control; 0613
I 16 DEVISEES: GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES. Bradford Florida. TOGETHER said meeting and be heard with respect
., ,at Its meeting at 7:30 p.m March Attorney for Plaintiff County.
3/3 4tchg 3/24 LIENORS CREDITORS TRUSTEES OR. WITH a nonexclusive easement for In thereto
t i Courthouse I OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANT ;r.... egress and utilities between State Dated this 8th day of March. 1988.BOARD .
Gilbert S. Brown Road 225 and the lands hereby describedin I FREEEXPLORING'
f Clerk to Board AND ALL OTHER PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS an Instrument recorded in the public BRADFORD COUNTY) FLORIDA ,

$ By R.A.Green, HAVING OR CLAIMING AN records of Bradford County, Florida In Gilbert Brown Clerk ,
County Attorney IN THE COUNTY COURT OF BRADFORD INTEREST IN AND TO THZ FOLLOWING, Official Records Book 212. page 509. Itchg 3/10 "

t Cote No. 17.398,51"' FLORIDA TO WIT: -foreclose a mortgage on the foregoing STUDY
CLARENCE DESUE ,lot 9, BREAMWOOD. an unrecorded: described property in Bradford County, 00020-1 f : HOME BIBLE
subdivision of Bradford County. Florida, The Bible Course Is taught In your
Plaintiff i Florida has been filed against you and BID NO. e-04111
said lot particularly described -
: ItS being more are required to serve a of home free of charge.
STARKE follows: situated ,in Section 4. you copy your SECTION' 00020
I'. CHARLIE SCOTT, at written defenses, If to It TITO S. ,
on f
Township 7 South Range 21 East, Bradford any INVITATION TO BID This I li a non-denominational/ study
'.! CHURCH OF GOD Defendant. County Florida. A parcel of land, SMITH, Plaintiff attorney .P. O. Drawer Sealed bids wilt be received by the based onjy on what'thus aith the
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1354 Polotka, Florida 32078 on or
situated Im Fractional Section 4""'of Bradford County School Board, 582 NorthTemple word of God."
422 N. ST. CLAIR -964-5445 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. DolphE before March 29. 1988 and file, the
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091
: Reddish Sheriff of Bradford County Township 7 South Range 21 East Brad Clerk APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.
i John Spratlln Pastor ford County Florida: said parcel' being original with the of this Court until LOCAL TIME 6:00: P.M. DAY OF ,
We Invite to worship with ua. Florida under and by virtue of a Writ of 'either before service on Plaintiffs attorney -
: you Execution heretofore Issued out of the Lot II of BREAMWOOD LAKEVIEW os WEEK Monday DATE: April 11,1988 andimmediately 782-3303
or Immediately thereafter other.wise
) Attended Nursery, surveyed by Joseph, G. Knapp ; thereafter publicly opened
above-entitled Court in the abo"
default will be
and o against rated aloud and recorded In the Conference Rev. Emmett Bright
r Sunday School > ..N.' lOam have levied the, Registered Land Surveyor being
styled cause upon for the relief demanded In the Complaint
Morning Worship ';'...t.i' llara situatevina" / and mora particularly described as follows, you Room of the School''Board 'To schedule your home bible
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I FURNITURE ;- -WY 301 964-6871 off 100 S.toward Keystone,
GOING BY THE BOOKIn take right on'24th avenue,follow

; Kim ,& Jan Johnson "O Box 207 Starke Ufcns. Eves.064-6898

1 i 660 S. Walnut 064-5644 All Nature Singe ef.......'
'\ almost every human endeavor there'.a right way and a
Blankenship'sChimney: Country Carpet?? of Starke wrong way. That' why in most fields folks recognize and Griffis & Sons Flbreglass DURRANCE PUMP & '

respect, certain established techniques. The expert advise
Sweep l the novice to gq by the book. Works ,SUPPLY. ;I' -

'"' I Service The same principle applies to the buslncsB of U\'Ing. "Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly ,

Locally Owned& Operated The Holy Bible has prcfecncd for mankind God's. own '
964-8278 '
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faith, hope and love for countless millions. -

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1320 N. Temple Ave. '
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""I DloIlngu......... owing ..rvlo* ARCHIETANNER, FUNERAL B&M STARTER & ;',

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r Steve'and Cindy Futch GENERATOR i -
The Best Seafood In Town Dignified Service
& Staff 'Sunday'John 238 E. Washington St.

"a 236 S. Temple'Ave, 114 a. Hen .. ...-._ r sutrke Monuments ; '

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,Chastalns Jewelry & Gift ,Drugs Monday John t t ( STARKE KOACampgroUnd

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gifts jewelry.
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9646881WATERS 964-5237, or 9646313 8.21.30 I 964-8061 ,
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Custom made exhaust stems --.. 964-4695 THE PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

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: "Worship this week and every week Officers, Directors & Special/ for Church'groups. Office Typing Services' of All Comer of Thompson & Weldon Construction' Company "
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1018 N. Tempi 964-6461 'Staff 1614 N. Temple 964-8175 1837 Raiford Rd.' 964-7777 9645912GERALD All types of Home Improvement
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STORE Printing Company, Sales & Service
fact do Complete Tire Auto',
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i right places"155W. 402 N. Temple.HWY301 N, '

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SECTIONS 2 and 3, Civil Division ,"It was a tough' match,", com' 'Jody Brown dismantled Bronco powered their way to a convincing-
TOWNSHIP SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST Case 17- 17.CA BCT SUM Writer mented Head Coach Jerry M<:Gnff. number two seed Michael Vogelsang 8-1 win over Robinson and John on
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA ,JACK M. COURTNAY and The BHS tennis team lost a close '"We've still got our top two players 8-0 on court two. court ,one,. while Hildebran and

,YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that (MARILYN R. COURTNAY match to MiddJeburg last week, theboy's out due to illness but I thought our BHS dropped the next three Jamie Whitehead fell 2-8 to Cason

the 7th day el March 198S the Board on of Plaintiffs falling by Just on&team point girls played very well,' considering singles matches as Rick Klmutis fell and Barnett on court two. .
County, Commissioner' "for Bradford. v* 3-4 and the girls losing 6-1 Inaction the opposition 'They, all hung in 1-8 to Mike Britt, Kirby Hildebran "It was a good win for the guys,"
'County, Florida, on a petition filed by' ADDIS MICHAEL DAVIS and on the vanity court, there and picked up some. good ex fell 4-8 to William LeSage and Mark said Head Coach Jerry McGnlf.."I
MARVIN M.' WRIGHT and MARY HELEN ANTHONY DAVIS Jill Strickland Improved her per- perience." Shuford got into the closest match of hope they keep It up. Everyone is
WRIGHT.' His wife, and RAYMOND P. Defendant sonal singles record to 3-0 for the The boys match went right down the day before falling 6-8 to Chris ;playing very well.
SORRELLS and MARY L. SORRELLS. hit NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE season With an 8-3 victory over MiddJeburg's to the wire with BHS trailing by just The girl didn't have ,the same"
hereby Jackson.Boys
wife, adopted a resolution renouncing' to the Final Judgment given entered thai pursuant In Cat Danielle Edison on court one point going Into the doubles com Clobber Suwannee luck with their opponents, losing all
and disclaiming any right of the three.It petition.They got the first The blew of the
county Number 17- 17-CA. In the Circuit Courtof win when boys Suwannee High off' singles matches and both
and the public In and to the following Bradford County Florida I will sell!! was the only singles win for the the Jason and Jody Brown took an ''the courts in a match March 8 in .doubles to a veteran team full of
lands In Bradford County. Florida. the property situated In Bradford CoonMy girls on the day, as Cindy Samons 8-3 victory on court one over Garry Live Oak as the guys defeated their seniors.
A parcel of land lying portly In the NW' Florida described ,fell to Wendy McLain in a close, 5-8 Brashen and William LeGage, but opponents on all five mat-
singles '
1/4 of the NW 1/4 of' Section 2 and at: Trtcta The closest matches of 'the
partly Lot 1 B, being the Sly 2.63 of match Parado fell to Kelly the BHS pair of Kirby Hildebran and ches. day
In the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 3,, acre came in two exhibitions
Tract 1 GENEVA WOODS, Whitley 3-8 on court two, Pam Jamie Whitehead had tourble on Jason Brown defeated David beginning
being a
Township County 6 ,South Florida, Range sold 22 East Bradford -, of Section 39 Township B South Rang.part Carter barely lost to' Jennifer court two, falling 4-8 to Mike Bntt Johns 8-5 on court one, Jody Brown on court six, when Maya Cruz fell 4-8

more particularly described; parcel as follows being 22 East, Bradford County, Florida. and Veasey 6-8 on court four and Mayra and Micheal Voglesang and that scalped Wayne, Cason 8-0 on court to Neely Robinson. ,Another tight,_.r...
Commence at the NW corner of said: more particularly described on that certain Cruz lost in another close match 6-8 clinched the match for the Broncos. two, Rick Kimutis beat Rick Barnett match occured on court seven,

Section 2. and run S 12938" E. 61.le map prepared by Joseph G.. Knapp to Heather Stewart.In "We lost a close one that we could 8-5 on number three Kirby where to BHS's Julie Ferguson fell 7-9
feet:, thence N. 89*...'"1" E, 30.59 feet to Registered Land Surveyor, dated: doubles, Samons and Parado have taken" Coach McGriff com Hildebran beat David Robinson 8-0 Knssy Slaughter.The .
a concrete monument found on the E'ly September 14. 1978 a copy of which It I got into a real battle against Me- mented. "We Just couldn't pull out' and Mark Shuford defeated Adam tone win for the girls also
boundary of the ROW of Old Lawtey recorded In Official Records Book 244 at Claln and Edison but feU 6-8. the close matches." Hirth 8-1 on court five.' Andy Frey came in exhibition play as Amy Grtffis .,
Road (a Graded Rood); thence page 462, public record ,of Bradford Strickland and Carter dropped a In singlesJason Brown had a got into a close one with Matt Miller defeated Amy Vann 9-8 in a 7-4 .
South W3rasr E, sold boun County. Florida. 1-8 decision to Whitley and Veaseyon closer than tiebreaker.
along Ely expected mated with in an exhibition match by fell 6-9
Sublect to easements of record. The tennis teams
dory 407.47 feet to a found Iron pipe' ; court two. Brashen before taking an 8.5 win on (T-SIT played Wednesday -
thenct S 014449".. W. along said Ely Subject to a 100' building set bock line court one In doubles (press day) and we will have theretail
from County Road S.E. 43rd Street.at Jason and Jody ./It" t\t that. .tnintnK.. .. .wart. ..tiutrGolfers .
boundary. 26'.I7Ieel to a fence post for --- -- -- -- '
the POB. From POB thus described public sale to the highest bidder :
S 14449" West along said continue Ely-, for f cash at the front door of the Bradford Split. in Tri-match Play in Middlebimr! :1 I

boundary, 242.19 feet to a found Iron County, Courthouse, In Stark, .....
pipe; thence S Oe'10'33"West, along said Florida of 1100; a.m. on. the 7th day of Bradford High golfers beat Mid- .todd'GIUenwaters 44, and Chris Three BHS. goners, David Elder, Upcoming... ''
Ely boundary 358.36 feet to a concrete 'April, 1988. dleburg and lost to Flagler Palm Simmons 50. David Elder shot a 51 ,Ed Douglas, and Link ,
Bishop, shot BHS ;
GILBERT S. BROWNAS Coast m a tri-match at The Ravines is home at 3:30'p.rn.: today
found Mark
monument alan Intersection with Murray 52,, way off the ,an even 40. Mark Murray shot 42. ( t,
the S'ly boundary of said NE 1/4 of NE CLERK OF SAID COURT at Middleburg Tuesday afternoon, game for both. "We did well we Thursday,, March 10) ,against Live
1/4, thence North 895325" West along By Beulah Moody March 8. Last Thursday, BHS played a tri- score," said Coach Sexton. good- Oak.Next '
,sold Sly boundary! 6061 feet to a concrete Deputy Clerk BUS split. Flagler shot a 161, a match with Clay High and "Our Tuesday March 15, there
monument found/ on the W'ly boun- ,3104tchg331Control good score, says Coach Mike Sexton. Augustine, at Magnolia Point 'RaVines score Tuesday at The will be a real Shootout, Coach Sexton
dary of the ROW of sold Old Lawtey 0613 BHS shot 179 and Middleburg 198. Country Club in Green Cove Springs. capable of was disappointing. We're says, at the Ponce DeLeon Course In
Road thence BHS doing much better than St.Augustme when BHS plays both
; N 08 1033" E; along said was Ed DouglasWho Augustine High shot 159, BHS 162, that."
W'ly boundary, 36234, feet; thence shot 42. Link Bishop shot 4.1. and Clay 194. Orange Park High and St.Augustme
,North 0146'46" E, along said Wly boun High '" __ _
- dory 242.89 'feet to a set Iron rod;'

thence South. 85'29'4V'East, 60.07 feet to .' ,wN

A parcel of land situated In the NW ,
1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 2. Township 6 -'v' .
South Range 22 East and In the NE 1/4 of
NE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 6 South,

,, Range 22 East Bradford County Florida, '
more partlcuarly described as follows: ,
.Commence ot the NW comer of' said

Section 2 and run S 112938" E. 61.18 without
What is beach
feet; thence N 69*...'II" E. 30.59 feet to a 7J/
the E'ly ROW of the Old lawtey Rood and

the POE; thence run. along said Ely ROW a radio. t
line the following courses and distances . = v
South 112938" E< 407.47 feet; South
015308" W. 512.43 feet South 081008' Home Entertainment is your, = J
,357.10 feet to the South Line of said NE
1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 3, thence run S '
Place ""
8953'50" E, along said South Line; of NE "g5 \ Radio ,' -

1/4 of NE 1/4, 33.90 feet to a concrete ,. \,:,;.,' tqtr
monument at the SW corner of said NW ''',,; ''
1/4 of NW 1/4: thence run N 8948'S2"' E,.
along South line of said NW 1/4 of NW'
'1/4 a distance of 302.21 feet; thence N.
15409" W, 126553 feet, thence run S :

ALSOA 89"6'11" W. 307.57 feet to the POB.x .; 495'' 1ka

parcel of land lying partly In the NW

'f/" of the NW 1/4 of Section and partly -
in the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 3,,
Township 6 South Range 22 East Bradford % _
County. Florida; sold parcel being I k\L '
more particularly described as follows. tl
Commence at the NW corner of sold
Section 23 and run S 11*29'39" E, 61.18 _
feet; thence N 8946'1 E. 30.59 feet to a
concrete monument found on the Ely '
boundary of the ROW of Old lawtey '
Rood ( a county": graded"rood) for1 the" 41)I -1.t.799P I. n'

P ROa.Jir..n.IQ&.j.-.u: "- --' "'' ,.. ..sRF-201 '. "" :
113738" E. along said Fly'boundary FM CARD WALKMAN -
,407.47 feet to a found Iron pipe; thence S STEREO HEADPHONE RADIOSelfcontained .
0144'49" W. along said E'ly boundary. '. ;a Ultra thinness and credit card size ,,
269.17 feet to a fence post; thence N a cordless headphones with FM e Auto-power off system _

B529'41" W. along an existing fence line stereo reception a Volume control by electronic feather touch system. -
'and along a W'ly prolongation thereof. a Can use as headphones with Walkman*or at home e FM headphone cord) antenna \\\\

60.07 feet to an Iron rod set on the Wly a Can connect! second pair of headphones a Supplied high Impedance headphone / _
boundary of said Old lawtey Road; a Automatic power switch a Supplied DC-DC Charger r 8
". thence N Ot'44'49"1 E. along said Wly ''\, .
boundary 259.29 feet to a found Iron '" ,
pipe; thence N 11*32'39" W, along said
I W'ly boundary 412.29 feet to a concrete
. '. ,, monument set on the S'ly boundary of a Fisher'sNewest
the ROW of NW 50th Avenue; thence N .
891 9-30" E,. along said Sly boundary.
''I 23.91 feet to the Wly boundary of sold ,
"t Section 2} thence N 8946'll" E, along '
.' said S'ly boundary. 37.23 feet ,to the s 7100m

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This notice Is given pursuant to,Section 0
336.10. Florida Statutes 1983.
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March 21, 1988 at 10:00 o'clock SRF-22W .
A.M.. the undersigned. Gator
Frelghtways Inc., will sell at public auction .
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for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson a AM/FM Stereo reception : PORTABLE AM/FM STEREO RADIO/CASSETTE RECORDER ,
villa Florida, one lot of carpet consigned e Top mounted controls are easy to use Double Cassette Deck with one-touch synchronized
to Gist ..V..lnv_....., to satisfy a LED tuning indicator makes tuning in of stations 'e Sturdy water-resistant case ,
: freight and storage charges, under theprovision high-speed dubbing ,11'
simple and precise: Auto-reverse eliminates the.need to turn the .
of Section 4b) of Uniform : Sequential playback function '
,a Two headphone lacks so can listen with. tape overe ?
.. : Standard Bill of Lading. you Built-in 3-Band '
graphic;: equalizer
for noise-free
) friend Dolby8 noise reduction tapes
,):: 4.;. : Gator Freightways Corrl.r'Pro Inca, e Micro Dynamic Receiver (MDR) headphones with e Counter-inertial eellof smooth, vibiation-lree : Detachable full range speaker system A
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'.'" .. i 14-805303 ''Samarium, Cobalt magnets and mylar diaphragms tapes 1 149
,(. 3J102tchg' 3/17 ,, e Ultra-mini. water-resistant MDR-type, headphones/ AC/DC power operation I ,
I ;, \ ., Control 0616 e External headphone and MIC lack .

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Seated bid will be received by the City e Pocket size ,. .
Commission of the City of Starke, a One touch recording.: You don't need to,hold down I 4900'' -,

Florida at the City Hall In Starke. Florida i one button while you press another __ 0 '
,'until 7:30 p.m. Tuesday March 15, 1988 e Instant edit for on-the-spot corrections as you .$ Q -
''at which time and place all bids received record' affording gap-tree results in playback V 600 lItutI ;
will be publicly opened and read aloudon e Built-in electret condenser microphone

the following: a Two speeds: high speed for the best sound. --
CITY OF STARKE PARKING LOT FENCE: low speed for extended recording time (two hours +:: r rOn
1048' of 4* green vinyl chain link fence a single MC-- O) r' j + _
'''with 10' gate. Specification "may be obtained e Locking safety switch prevents battery drain"if play ;t 'Or

at City Hall.. control is accidentally pushed while M-10 is in a 'L;
The City of Storke reserves the right to
I' all bids. briefcase or pocket +:11 y : ;=
accept or reject any or +li : : : } : 'atrs
By Nell L.Tucker 64
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', ,'', ByMarkFriedlin' pground U being erected on the property longer than Just a few nights, mak- 'adUltS only' Mobile'' Home Park ,,110 sites as the project expands, according Walmart Waiting for Permits '. 'I '
,t, ,. ,' BCT Staff Writer which covers 44 acres and adjoins Ing it a pleasant "home away from. which will be landscaped seperately to Mr McElroy.!: The other project of big interest to i
i ''Progress at the new Starke KOA city-owned property to the home" for many. but served by the same main office 'The project is proceeding local citizens is the new Walmart "
Kampground on U.S. 301 South is south. Over 30 people are presently complex as the Kampground.The smoothly except for the rain we have ,shopping plaza planned at the site of
proceeding smoothly, according to' "The new building will have a employed at the site from two major mobile home park will have had In the area recently," McElroy the old KOA location. ,
owners Fred and Pat McElroy who seating capacity of 150 people or construction companies Mack Lee cable TV installed, along with many Said. "It's very hard to estimate h
sold their old site Just up the more than double what the old Construction and Moore Construction. other services making it a good bet right now, but we hope to be finished '
highway to Walmart Stores. Inc. fora building could hold," Mr. McElroy The crews are working on the for those on a lower income. and completely moved in by Fall of See...Walmart... Page 3B ,
new shopping plaza. said. "It will be a new facility in all new meeting room,,which Is nearly The park will include. 70 to possibly 1988 .,',
Mr. McElroy says his new site will aspects and should mean continuing complete and are laying lines for the -
be both a big improvement and an improvement in business here' new sewar system which will serve
expansion for his business, which The former KOA Kampground is the Kampground.The '<
has two full crews working on the popUlar' with travelers seeking a McElroys are also putting in a FLEETWOOD ,i
property at present. quiet respite from the rigors of the totally new business on the J
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I" BrieferStarke --- ,., I ,,PHYSICAL THERAPYJERRY "..

Heights was arrested Adam' Keith Hosier, 26.. of Starke : FISHER P.T:
Man Faces ., Timothy ,fhomas Manning IS, of Keystone
141 ley was arrested March 4 lorI March on a capais charging failureto was arrested March 4 for DUI, l
Drug Charges )UI.) according to Patrolman pay fine for no valid driver' DWL-S, according to Deputy Barry BY APPOINTMENT 964.6000
Charles: Carter, Manning's bloodalcclhol license Douglas t I.. Conner, 39, was charged bond .
Aderholt. He was releas- 'surety was posted.
Keo. r with'' conspiracy' to content was 43 percent
,ed alter a $50 cash bond was posted.
distribute cocaine and two counts ol was released after a .162.50 cash

distributing cocaine according to bond was posted. WIlford Batten 37, was arrested WHEELS; JUST ARRIVED.
Assistant 11.) S. Attorney John Steele. HObert Alan Thomas, 22, Of Slarke March 3 for OWUJ according to
Conner was indicted by,the federal was arrested March 4 on a capias Trooper Phillip KraszewsKi.. He was "
grand Jury in February as part bt' ,charging lailure to appear to answer, released after a $210 cash bond was 1320 N,TEMPLE AVE. STARKE Large Shipment of New Car
the ongoing state and federal agencies charges ol wiltuL-wanton recKless posted.
investigation into drug activity driving, driving while license James Allen Norman, 27, was arrested 964-7783 'Trade-Ins
m northern Florida.Counterfeit suspended (UWUil,according to Investigator March 2 for DUI according to
David Aderholt He was frooper U C. Roberts Norman's GOOD VARIETY* COME SEE US,
'released alter, a $278.75 ,cast)\ bondvs blood alcohol content was .17 per' Buy Here Pay Hero
King posted. cent. He was released alter a $;J64 SO We Finance LOW DOWN PAYMENTS EZ PAYMENTS

Operating in Starke Douglas Edward Salsbury, 25, of surety bond was posted.

A counterfeiting' nng is using local
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illegal drugs sales ,as a''method to' ,: .. ':: '
distribute phony one dollar bills. ,
'According to Lt John Hodges "
bogus $1 bills have been appearingin
the Stark area probably given as We've Designed The ,
'change In dope deals. "The dopers Ultimate
are not, only cutting the crack but
also giving change in bad money,' One ShoppingSTORE
said Hodges, FOR YOU Stop
,The bills are not a Very good taco ,
simile but are probably passed in the
,dark Said Hodges the case is underinvestigation :
by the city and the U,
S, Secret Service has been contacted '
Divorces GrantedIn ......, MARCH 10 -18 1988
Bradford ,
County Winn-Dixie'

The lolloping marriages were .
dissolved in Bradlord County during' '
the! month ot February ,
Karen Reddish Gassett & Walter
Pale Uassetl MONDAY SATURDAY aTheii
Catherine Hicks & Karl Hicks, Jr.

,man iior' >ert Pittman & Beverly:\, Pitt-r 8 A.M. 10 P.M.,

William Donald ,Thomas & Wanda
Gail Thomas ; SUNDAY
Ronald K Barot>se : & Janice, ''

Harosse.William ,M,"'Abrams, ', '& Andrea, \f I""Kl>i'::',,,(:"\ "<' ', :,, 8 A.M. 9 P. M. PRICES GOOD IN THE, FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE ,LOCATION:
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Abrams. .<, < "i\\I"\\:, ; ',' STARKE
,Grant ''Williams,'.& 'Marr', ,,,'W.:',.." "'.<..i'",,'., _'WALNUT..rwno.ow..IHOINa CINTIM-OtU MCtf wwa-a .
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',' Lenwood Cut lee'' & Maggie tell! ....r..0! -
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,Spurgeon B. Massey, & Carol K
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Kichard't'uddington'& Debra!: ,A. I' I Take Your Medicine in our: iHRl\flPI\ .u .J
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Cuddington ,
Chad: A.! "Prevail '& ,Brenda, S.Prevail '.' I SU I PHARMACYOur ENTER AND WIN THI
Dana B. !Morgan & Deborah. Marketplace pharmacists are state-, SWKPSTAKESROM t -

Morgan.Marian 'Adxms & Lacneron' licensed professionals who can answer WINN-DIXIf ANDCOCACOLA ," <::!:
,AdkinS: : i
about '
questions family's health.
Walter C. Little & Robin L Little. your

'Waller ,U.. Kyser, &. Tina Marie' They'll also show you how we can save EMTWM MM A SM U Ik*..... a........A.....
Kyser you money on both prescriptions and M teal U MrM FaMB St...tw.5 &tillNktrr Ito a WIll. VIDEO
I Dean Traylor & penra Traylor Community< st8t8'ar
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'Recent ArrestsIn over-the-counter medicines. So come .. BADGESNOWOMIAU AT YOUR RENTAL Bank.
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Bradford County by'and pay us a visit. --wi .TlClPATINO O- OVER 100

The following arrests were made FULL SERVICE LOW, LOW PRICES WMN-OUUES NEW MOVIES Supermarket Bank
by local' authorities.' ,m Bradlord. PHARMACY. '..

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Shelby Glynn Box, ot t';Gainesville

'was grand County arrested thett-auto Box on was a tram capias released Hiilsborougn charging to self serve NaturallyYours Over 10,000 Evervdav Low Prices to Choose From,, .

lhusborough.authortlles.. ti

,David ruten was 'arrested on ,a' Nutrition
capias charging failure to appear for ...CIULAIIuu MIX N' MATCH
petrt theft: Bond was set at $150 he' Center CRACKIN' BMDSALTIKS .,
was released on. his ownrecognizance.
fee coldbeverages '
Eat, drink, and get a 1641.THRIFTY MAID
Johnny Carry Dykes, 42. of h.althy.ta,1 on.feeling. your p PORK & BEANS
Gainesville was arrested on a capias Choose from beat with everything from : C 1M.THRIFTY MAID
charging burglary ol a structure pure natural Jams andover ,, ,", ItM. 58HAMBIffiGER MEDIUM w LARGE
grand theft. Bond was set at $2,500 30 Flavors! j jelUea to special:' pastas, rut PEAS
he was released on his, own N'.PIMM.,. Condiments, and baking 1641,THPIFTYMAID
II'.ttrtffM from NwGN.lr.; ... Ingredients. Natural fruit CREAM STYLE,>WHOLE KERNELCORN
recognizance.' N',fun to.... your--.- and vegetable juices, tool
Samuel Shawn' ClarK of 'Starke
'was arrested March 5 on a capias
charging failure to appear for bat
oilicerand ,
tery ot a jaw enforcement'
disorderly'intoxication according Fish for Compliments in the H8T B86 BUNS GREEN MIXED BEANS CUT
: to Deputy Barry King. He was
released alter' a rsoo surety bond FISHERMAN'S WHARF lIL PINTO BEANS ...J

was posted -pp L.I- ct2 99 < 15-ca THRIFTY MAID'
,Tina Marie Baker' demons was; 1.61 KIDNEY BEANS
:arrested ,March 5 on' an Alachua .
County capias charging worthless .TQ CHILI BEANS
checks (two counts)I. according to to
Investigator David Aderholt. She 1it rasCORNED
was released alter a $480 surety '-"CT, $ BLACKEYE, PEAS
bond was posted WRITE SMUttPJL99 BEEFlimmniumimmimimmu.miutiiiijem . .: !:: 1's IS-oi THRIFTY MAID

Mary Ann Blocker, 38, 'was arrested $ March:3 lor welfare fraud,according GRAPEFRUIT JUICE -= $1 '
r Deputy Doug York. She' -- '
was ''released 'on her, '(own MMJULf. TNI FoT iQ LOC 'IOi '
recognizance.: ...0 m MMMMM>T1..---Fl* BUDWEISER BEER ..' = $4", 3. $1

Charles Swyers 21, was arrested, --...._ 0 ,
March :3 lor, criminal mischief,'according -1 WINE COOLER FOR
to Lt. Glen Moore.Bond was -' .' . .r'2"
set at $150 he was released on, his

own recognizance: IiJ Get it to Go..1n ourDELIBAKERY' ";;..,,---.--
Traffic !r oo
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Oris Craig'Martin,32'o: Lawtey '
was arrested March for..driving CRACKERS

under influence (DUD according to ,_.....__._10_ BEANS '. .'3 = '111
Lt. William 'flllotson.Iartm'! s blood --- 1.r..rl0
alcohol content was ',29 percent. He ,IIOKEMSz z.
I was released alter a $362,SO surety 9'C TOMATOES .' ,. ,.",. ..3 : $1
t bond wa posted; THWTV BUD KJCXD_CUT '

I Terry"Anthony.Vogt was arrested ,500wew IEETS '.' '. '. . ,. ,.3=,$10'|
I at 3:20: a,m. March 5 for DWLS, according -
I Patrolman KathY'I ... r--
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I Mercer. He was released after a$210 KAISER IOU .$ .ALL__ ;'i ,
surety bond was posted.Ffcl Ttwrrviuio
6'fOI 8ge
"rr1.fO'ca : HIRSIO BEANS
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Home Improvement WinnDixie'sDeliBakeryt ::; 1( ,_ them NO 0 FREE VIDEO RENTAL TOMATOES2' = 89l0t

School Education Y '. say The"Right Choice,"video was
... .. f': produced by WlnM>ixle In STEWED TOMATOES 2
Re-Finance 0.N-.w-i....-............p.-r.-.. > O conjunction with the F.B.I. to =
t ,FAST APPROVAL =:: -.t-wed. 1:.:, kid from 8 13 say NO
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APPLY OVER PHONE Y.M n Y r.y..pnR... h1help drug VHS format. '. ,. -= 99
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'Oceanside Mortgages ,, CORNED BEEF HASH ':: 99

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LMORTGAGE March 10,198H TELEGRAPH,TIMES.:!: *MONITOR-B, S !ION' tap 2a I.f' I.

: BANKERS Hazardous Month. for Starke Policemen H H1'he

last of February was hazardous and several officers were hit, kicked -' Feb.25 Lt.:John Hodges attemptedto caine, resulting from an undercover .,
for Starke Policemen. Within scratched and/or bitten while arrest Anthony French on investigation, by his office, according
(our.days a patrol car.was wrecked they attempted arrests.. Brownlee Street on a capias for the to Sheriff Dolph Reddisn.
county French ran into the woods ate French had fleed from deputies who
See me atTerwillegar p.m. and through the creek before notified the Starke Police Depart-
., r Hodges caught up with him.A five or ment to bo on the lookout for him.
,Harold K. Davis BQUAI 11OU51NQLENDER .six minute fight between French and' Outstanding charges; of petit theft
Loan Officer Hodges ensued before backup arrived and trespass were also placed'*
A BANK OF BOSTON COMPANY rench bit Hodges on both hands against French, He remains in
Motorsfor and hit Patrolman Michael McClain custody.At .
BancBoston Mortgage Corporation as he attempted to handcuff French.; 4:40: a.m. Feb. 25 Patrolman
LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS new & used vehicles French was charged with two countsof William Scott Allen was responding
209 W Madison St. Starke battery of a law enforcment officer to a caU for backup by another officer
105 NW. 33 Court. Gainesville. Florida 32607 and resisting arrest with when he lost control of his vehicle
Itx 9647200Eddie violence,said Hodges. on Old Lawtey Road at SH-16. As
Office 375-2950 Local Number 4730266FHA. French was wanted on charges of the 1986 Ford crossed the intersection ,
VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages:( Starling possession, sale and delivery of a the patrol car slid into a pecan I
... controlled. substance, crack: ... co- grove and struck a tree,according to '
Trooper D. 0. Roberts. Allen, 25,
was taken to Bradford Hospital for
minor injuries. Damage to the car
was $1,500.FeD. .
.' 29, while investigating a
burglary at 922 East Brownies St.,'
Lisa L. Green, 19, attacked two officer

plus Low Prices! Michael Patrolmen, McClain Mack received Short scratchesand and

Everyday j"j and kicked a black by eye Green.after She being was charged bitten-

with three counts each battery of
BUY a law enforcement officer resisting
FLORIDALOTTERY arrest with violence and an outstanding -
I charge of failure to appear for
AT WINN-DIXIE'WE'RE WORKING 153 TICKETS petit theft, according to McClain.
MMJTHOMZEDWMHOIMfTOMl Total bond was set at $5,000,she remains -
OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY "1 Of ncuu.nxn OUTUT- In custodyAcademic. '


Academic Advisor Petty Lou
Drost will be at the Santa Fe
TO GIVE: YOU A Community College Starke
Center Monday through Thurs
we- ,day of next week March 14-17.
LOWER FOOD BILL Mrs. Drost will be available to
assist students with academic advisement
college programs and
;. PRICESYOU'll financial aid. ,
i;: : -' Ottice. ,hours are,,8 a m, to 3.30pm. : ;.)

For appointments and iniorma-*
LIKE THE SAVINGS! tion. call 964-5382. '

'"'" Paao'11B''Speaking
==.:.:IM.t' 1988a
MARCH 10 -16, f'tbe' need for
volunteers, Pre-K teacher Cynthia
,J.'iiiIIP WASHINGTON STATE Ross said the greatest need is for
/ WHOLE SPECIAL TRIMMED HICKORY SWEET RED or GOLDEN parents to contribute time in the
-.35 classroom,) both helping with the:
SMOKEDHAM SLICEDBACON F DELICIOUS'APPLES children,and learning how to assist ,-
in the development of their own
,children,who have special needs., .
1 1Oll ': Ms. Ross,'a native of Lawtey
1., 'lt l" holds both a bacculaurate andmasters
... degrees in early child

... < education. Mrs. Ross attended
98 48 Bethume-Cookman Methodist sponsored College school in a .. .

Daytona Beach, where she earned
''$ LI J -LB..' her, bachelor degree,She received

,,\". "',,,.. 'her, master's degree from. the
-- -..........,.... -- ...-..- .' I J \1ff '5 -"NATURE MAKES THE PRODUCE University Ms. Ross,of whose Florida; education and ex-
= Nam -,*1" S..... Mill .- *1"WE SLICED BICI. . :::: .'I I WINN-DIXIE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE perience gives her inSight' into the
ways of handicapped children made
the following observation,
Behavior IS' important, and
: J SELL ONLY' AGED ALL U.S. CHOICE BEEF HARVEST FRESH everyone, can What learn these children what is need appropriate

most is a push,'even more than a

Wa l-mart
HIS'SIBSIIE 155151.5555.1w 110,551.HARVEST from page 1 B

HAMCHIPPED FRESH SALADS. ,58 Plans for ,the shopping center
% HAS SN which will include up to 25 different

98 < $19 RADISHES, ,. ... ., . 2s 20' stores Lions including a major Wal-Mart food supermarket and Food
HAS IILr1CELERY. were first proposed in May 1985 by
u the corporation but no action was
,. .; .' :.' .' 5 .MLLO 50 ',"':, 'taken on a site purchase. planned. on
US-301 a
._ The latest information about the
s M.a-S 5o11as5s Mows also ML 55 '
,project was obtained from Tony
STRIP. STEAK ,.. -. ,'.' LA $487 MEATS .. ::* :30"MSI UMUWUHO csOC.tl.CH"MI. ,Brown, a spokesman for Bradford
110 n1..1o DRINK Place Inc", a new corporation which
will be In charge of development at ..
SNOMLBER PlCfllC. ., LA ,08 JUMBO FRANKS .. .. '. '. ... CAL 99 ,the site. '
Brown said the process of getting .
as w111o S,1M r auDi I .
$ :'su.cS.NANO ALL PUWOHS. a major drug store chain should be (
\ BOLOGNA or FRANKS.. LA 79" SLICED BOLOGNA LA .158 11I, ,j_ ICE MILK completed within the next" three

SAUSAIE. sce"pis a, ir q q511.11.11:15YA.01aA5 months./The development corporation is in
MA $2
,/. HAM L. $3" SMOKED ,. mo. the process of getting the necessary
'\ :/ permits and applications before pro-
.amiss ceeding with construction at the site.
" woUssasUI.coIcaasg,"' WO WWMO UK CXOKI_I FXXKLIM The new project will begin when all
,.,; : the requirements have been
I8TT8M R8UHD BELM8HIC8STEAK KM HW*W 1w51111lCOTTAGE satisfied and the McElroys are mowed
( into their new location
" ROAST CHEESE I. r." .:,:I $115 Earlier reports by Brown indicated -'
that the expansion of the

$97 $497 'TROPICANA ORANGE JUICE :;: *2"99C new Starke Wuinn"delayed"Dixie shopping the corporation's'plans center In''

4' 'r0SMO NA11 0000, along with difficulties findinga
a Lib : u.i.oics 'co. LONGHORN CHEESE" major grocery food store chain to
u locate In their, proposed .shopping,
"We have 'a commitment from
The wisest Investment you'llever l.
I'r AU.MMTIM Food Lion and we are presently
make for your familybegins CLOSE-OP negotiating with a major drugstore
BAHWETBAN'S with only... chain as well,", Brown said in''a
,::1 ___ IIISr I TIOTHPISTE.lO' previous story.' "Wai-mart" will be.
here- count on It.

,::: tI'1If.' NEW fUNK ENCYCLOPEDIA WAGNALlS' 9. The could construction employ up work 250 for people the during project I

$118 Latest.1dIdaIIIl UN:99 its peak period, according to
Ik estimates provided Brown.. with
, Wlume rY9-' rtuVnluin ,SIZE by
> SIZE I' many of the workers being drawn
only$4.99* l-5A.J9 wrar riia.i r__ \ from the local community for tem-
II' porary employment.' Brown also''
" 11551 Ala 515 "r said it was likely that the stores in
, .ML 55 the would be'
planned shopping plaza
PIZZA _,$1" AU.MUMTK* SHAMPOO or COHBITION a. 998, employing local workers on a per- "
R. C.C8LA manent basis after
L0100.S-55M5nM S MNSOaIre WfM AUW
."They've made the decision,"
COLGATE SHAVE CREAMUDYJPEEDSTICK : Brown said said. "They are very interested -.
I ICE CREAM SHERBET .ssr'l31 MNIN 5 a.M- in Starke and the surrounding
" '
. J area." .
;;at'99t ,.' *"Sl21 Difficulties encountered in securing -
I"" ,
the food store and a major dia-
SHOESTRING POTATOES1 count drug store chain was one of the
:, :"i,.. SPEEDSTICK '. '. ::: $12' reasons for the cancellation last I;
;'I'):"":,''.'' year according to Brown. .
I AU.-
. The decision to locate a
,,,11' I'' original
1"1; ," ALL___ _I ,store here was based on the results
" t:: ';. air lad TASTE-t-SEA HLI'at SIGNAL of a marketing survey and research
fh'l '
,, : f, :' of the growth patterns In the area
, 'I'' NIOTH WASH. Starke toe nub. During the
with as
,".I:" ;!!;'. lI.as A
evaluation period the site was
99 t visited personally by SamuaJ Moore i I
J48 Walton founder of UM huge Wai- ,
$239 31 titOt. Mart chain which now include over '

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6.0a-C. .- 1" Other Walton enterprise Include i r .
S the Sam's Wholesale Clue and t
Walton'i Ben Franklin Store : .'


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II Staff for' Li \Vcy'sPrc-K Elementary Learning Program r are Pioneers I Iby

Buster Hahn ago, with Bradford County implementing ,Berry ndes the bus assisting driver the Pre-K program, bringing educa- from Pre-K into the mainstream of saw m Lake City.
I1C'T Staff WriterPtoreerS it into the local school Jackie Morrow with caring tor the tional expertise to this special fieldof school students, while others may go Paterson registered a single com
] >n a three year old Pre- system tn February, 1985. The pro- students enroute to and from school. endeavor.Mrs. into special educational classes, la plaint, saying, "It is difficult to get
Kmdergarten Handicap Program gram, now provided by less than Coordinator Denise Adams hopes to Adams a '1971 graduate of any event an Individual Educa- parental cooperation in maintaining
(tpre-K), the, .Bradford (County half ,ot Florida 67.counties, will move the class to a more central BHS, earned both a baccularate and tional Plan IEPJ) is prepared for' the program at home." In order for
School Board has a well established become mandatory m. the 1989-90 location in Starke' ,within the next masters degree in speech pathology each child, based on his needs as, the child to receive'' maximum
program under, way, providing a school year, year: from the University of Florida,prior determined by the EP committee benefits from the program, it is
warning environment for handicap-. The count -wlde class is held at The present class 'containS nine to teaching speech therapy in composed of the school psychologist, essential for the parents to continuethe
,ped children: ages 3 to 5. the Lawtey Elementary School from, youngsters but the class:has been Alachua County schools for 3 years. the child parents and Mrs. Adams. training during the at-home''
Pre-K' ,was approved by the State 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each school day, up to 14 students: She began working for the Bradford The program for the Individual stu- hours, says Paterson.
Department ol Education as an optional with a special bus being utilized tor Denise Adams,coordinator of exceptional 'County school system as a speech dent may include occupational fhe Pre-K program receives sup
program about four years_ ,the group. Teacher aide Antionette students, IS'in charge of therapist in 1979,and was appointedto physical and/or' speech therapy, port from outside sources,and seeks
her present postion when the pro- provided by professionals.. volunteers 'to assist ''with the,
I ..
gram originated three years ago., Lawtey Principal Buddy Patersonis children.
to ,0'" enthusiastic about the program, ,St. Marks Episcopal Church gave
'\' ;; '" > Details of Pre-K'..,, having been involved its conception playground equipment to the school

< 1\; ':''," ;,' :"\;' .' ';';,. ,'.:':,,:':: ;';:',',' > : The entering of handicapped While planning the program program contributed: The$600 Starke for KiwanIS playground Club
: ,j'', children into the Pre-K program is Paterson visited the Columbia Coun-
., optional to parents. ty program, saying he was ,equipment.
cmI:: In event a parent feels a child Is a favorably impressed with what he
'" ; candidate for the program,he or she'
should contact Mrs.Adams,who will ,
arrange to have the child evaluatedby
School Psychologist Stacy HecK -
If the evaluation indicates the pro-
gram may be beneficial to the child 'to
!f a meeting between school personneland 1\O"
the parents is held, to ensure
.. agreement is all. '
I Parents are require to submit
written consent prior to testing, anda
k second written consent before acceptance : '
::8 into the program, emphasizing ; .St. )
parental option in sendingthe
? child to school at an early age.
Mrs Adams says, "Every child ;
can learn In some way" dependingon
the individual and degree of the
handicap. In discussing the pro-
gram, Mrs. Adams says ,this par- WE NEED
ticular program serves: )
I .- ...- Educable mentally handIcapped.
Trainable mentally handicapped. MORE
Specific learning disability,
'Speech:; and language ImpaIred. ,
,.,. p visually impaired '
Profoundly, mentally handicapped ,;: ROOM!

Deaf and blind handicapped. I''
,': Students:; whose handicaps place : 5
,them in the latter two categories are /
not included m the Pre-K class at ( :
LE,(but are provided for in special SPACE
classes elsewhere ,
The Bradford Middle School has
,classes for the profound mentally
handicapped. Deaf and blind NEEDED
'Another' I5us>y Par:.!t students are referred to the O and B
school In St.Augustine ',
I .Lawtey Elementary School Principal Ruddy Paterson and Pre K trxchrr Cynthia ROM serve lunch to the..tuden... Many children whose only'pro- '
blem! is slow development, will move, FOR NEW!:

Union Warns ,Raiford, .

The;Union County Board of County' t appears 'to require'8 petition initiated ,
: 'Commissioners has authorized a letter by toe allected landowner in
"' to the Kaitord Town Council 'order' lor the provisions ,"of thisi I 1
stating that the board 1 IS prepared, Statute:; to be used. The Board is not
Isle suit in Circuit Court unless a proaware of any Petition if it eXIsts. If it ,
posal, Under consideration to annex ,does not exist, it would not appear ,teary "d Elce l a Slice..
property on''which a hazardous that annexation under this Statute {is RESIDENTIAL '
waste treatment facility)! may ,be ,authorized '
'. ,located! withdrawn ':Unless these concerns are'adequately .- ..;
KM .,..,'rrjerfhave.: \ been unconfirmed: addressed., the Board 'will :RAY'ERICKSON
'4 report.. that" the annexation orObject to the proposed annexation.dinance : : : 'J B. MILLER f:O. BOX (67
which, had Us second ,and is prepared to fileStift in Circuit 473-4158 KEYSTONE,HEIGHTS, FLORIDA 3269, "TEMPbRflRILY t
reading at the regular council Court to have. this matter REDUCE
;meeting Tuesday, March 8;'may be reyiewed the letter concludedTennis ,
held in abeyance until a final decision
is made on the plant site. [ InstructionCall I OUR USED CAR INVENTORY.
., In its letter,'the Commission said Mark at
.that sec 171044 ,Florida Statutes I 473-4360 or 944-4305 I


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1 Antique lovers have had plenty to browae through over the past fix yean the Starke
the Antique and Collectible Show,*et this year once again<< at the Bradford County f ,

I Antique and Collectible ,Show Begins March '17By FENCING I I f (; ;i wD

Mark Friedlln The regular show will be field on ;fhe items for sale at the show are'' .Another popular booth features information -
BCT Staff Writer Saturday and Sunday (March 18-19) Incredibly varied, with 30 boothS' on reworking and renewing .', ., .: '. Screen kooms
Spring is in the air here in North from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Sunday displaying all kinds of antiques and antique furniture and also tip on > .'Car Ports
Florida and its time once again for March 20th from noon 5 p.m, collectible show items like figurines, ''more modern items that need, :X. : :' .: ,
,Stance's Annual Antique and Collectible Admission is$2 and the ticket is good costume Jewelry, country home reimishing tin' '.:.':-:-;<: ...' :.......'. ,. ;... ..,. Mobile Home
Show for all three days. items, tin ware baskets, quilts,'. The ever-popular Strawberry "' ; :'i---;:: .:.,..:.. : ....;.. Skirting .
This will be the sixth presentationof continue to fill up handmade \ $::-:'::;' :" ; ;
The exhibitors old and the
china| mirrors, new : Boutique,the booth sponsored by ; :-:, .; : ; Roof-Overs
; ;:. :<
this popular event by the Starke the available spaces with reserva clocks, furniture from aU Women's Club, will feature "White :;.t:;. .
,Women's Club and is expected to be from to the next and Awnings
Lions one year periods!old and rare books dolls, ,Elephants" 'and crafts contributedby
even "bigger and better than ever' all have commented on how enjoyable : and many,others too numerous to include members of the Women's Club ,
before". the show is to them and how The "Kountry Kitchen" will also
The Bradford County Fairgrounds well they do in sales and meeting ,be cooking to capacity,if last year is SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED.
will again be the location for the new customers during the weekend One of the more interesting boothsat any indication with great examples '
.; event. Located on U.S. 301 one mile extravaganza.The the show this yeat will "bo a glass of southern cooking at its finest BI lII
north of Starke. show, committee of the repair exhibit,:with a noted expert
Dates of the show are March 17 Women's Club has done an excep- trom the Waldo area on hand to work The Dessert Booth'will feature a 473-7676
20, with a special Preview Show on tional job in promoting the show and while you wait. Tiny nicks and chips wide variety of desserts of all types ,
March 17 beginning at 5 p.m,and ending giving each entrant in the event a may be smoothed away on those old but featuring those made the famous \iFree '
", 0' ','" at 8 p.m. Admission to the good location for their. particular ex favorite glass pieces which need Bradford strawberries.A ',
preview is $2, payable at the door. hibits. refurbishing. ticket purchase of $1 in advance
''or$2 at the door will also qualify you Estimates' Expert.Installation
for a chance for a daily door prize
and on the drawing tor the Grand ','
Prize of $100 to be awarded Sunday JARVIS
afternoon. :
This show is the mam fundraiser '
for the Women:'Club of ,Starke; FENCE &: ALUMINUM'
which ,conducts many charitable,. ,
: I Ii civic and educational: endeavors.."' "Chairi'Llnkj'Wood' &''Farm Fence;

Keystone Heights ..100 West',

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beginning at the Bradford Fairgrounds March 17.,

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Page$B, TELEGRAPH"" !MFS: di MONITOR-B, SECTION March. '10." 1988 -

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We salute the 0,0 I ';,"''' M:: Girl I Scout \ {
I ; 0 I',, "", ": ,..,:\'.\f';'jll"l'" l f1i; : Week ..
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SCOUTS : '' ;
GIRL I i ,I't''e: ,

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IdfDelegates -
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Starke Mayor ;
Proclaims G. S., Week \ ,, -

Whereas, Girl Scouts of the U: S.
A. recognize that today's girls will r
be tomorrow', leaders and ,
Whereas, Girl Scouts of the U.. S.
Ai Is the largest voluntary organization \
r lor girl in the world and draws
,upon a large resouce ,of positive
adult role models and
Whereas, the Girl Scout Movement < '
continues to emphasize leader
ship and personal and career in Green Cove...
development for girls; and .
Bradford-Union Delegates meet Saturday with the '
Association In Green Cove ot Directors member Carolyn Eaves a r*shown with
Springs. The Association
world will be the direct beneficiaries in-
,of the skilled women who eludes BU, Green Cove. Middleburg and Palatka Delegates Diane Tierney Laurie,MuUtas, Judy Oakes
young are
tL- Council and Michael' Tierney.
Girl Scouts; Executive Director Wende Reynolds. Board
r 'Now, Therefore,''I Travis 'Woods,.
-- by virtue of the' authorIty'vested In '
parf the funA
me as mayor do urge citizens of
i i/J' : Starke to support the,Girl Scouts in
-- their endeavors, I now proclaim this
I :week. March 6-U, 1988,,Girl Scout. '.
)Mayor Travis Woods proclaims Girl Week March -U.. Witnesses are, Week in Starke.Cookies' .
Senior Scout Yulonda Tyson Cadette Pamela Patterson Katrlna nil.m.P-
ton Junior Troop 605), Senior Scour Sebrlna Smith, Khiannon Bolt Are Here
(Brownie Troop 301)), Mayor' Woods and Brand Northrup (Daisy Troop REVOLUTION IN

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"We guard the water you drink"

377-5657 or,475-1183 CALL TODAY
"', Southside Cluster... Buying Oaln.IYIII., Melrose, Keystone Htlghtl, 8UrU.

I '.. Leader,.'of Daisy, and' Brownie :Stouts Jn' the Nancy Pearson and Cathy IIllIiard") The Scouts are en-
Southside Cluster include Debra Connaughton, Christy'joying' a,game,, on Thinking Day, '
Reddish, Shan Johns, Lynne, Foster. Joan Carlton, .

February 23 Southside Cluster
celebrated Thinking Day with sister'' '
troops at the Presbyterian Church' Are 'you looking for a, new'and K

Fellowship Hall COLLINS
Daisy Troop <'332'' and Brownie exciting ,career?'
,Troops 683 and 690 enjoyed cookies,
!sang songs and played games from Bradford-Union ,Area:Vocational, CARPET ,
countries around the world. Cluster
Chairman Laurie Mullins also show- T Technical:Center offers the
ed slides Irom Our Cabana in Mexico : BARN .
The: scouts 'contributed. to the opportunity

'World Association, Fund.' HY21N.'KeystoneHeights{ :, \ d atVet

Cadettes Host; ', te ,
:Senior Scouts We're now', taking applicationsfor In, Sears Shopping Center a ": n ''
Cadette Troop 520 and Senior
Next door to Nicks Soap
rroop 669 enjoyed an International enrollment in

J I Day Supper'A. Korean in ,celebration display,of of Thinking pictures With Inert IntfillatloBiAvailable
\, ", maps, dolls and money greeted the .' Caret We have 11 yri

,. 'M 4 from guests other who countries.,participated In games' equipment -, latest techniques. Gentle Feeling YU '$159 look Nfloa l flU' Experience ia tMj asides

A Korean meat dish and rice,kim NOW((10tl fq.. yi* xoT.:10.9 S.q.y11.. :.t. Vltyl lall."I'J''

i> ", cnee bean,.salad French, Mexican garlic bread hot chocolate, Italian, Sldmmerlil Dpf YII ..n.ll 80lliaJn) wu ".n c?>". Mini"-$linde V'l'uCuaNOi

:.-A'' Dutch cookies Butter were prepared Cake. and and OnentialJ enjoyed Call 964-6150 8:00am-10:00pm: :: ".41 .qrdWb&Sawfifslast: ( NOI.8,49. .q.cL (WhJ eslilt Call for Bitiiete. ; 471-4181

I J v< ,by Everyone the scouts received',a. Korean' coin Plus installation $1.75 to $3.00 per sq. yd..

.J ''won! a World Association note 'as a,

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I; of 45 Girl Scouts and leaders from .
(' 1 Gateway Council., t FUtANCINO AVAILASLE'IN ..
'fheskllng is great and there are UJiS.0. : -ro \ OOW/APPROVEDCREDrr' _:' 4
plenty of things to do,"said Melanie mgmnlt O''I 'We San It % ,
y For her the highlight of the tnp was b. urc > .'tLOORS i (J We Install It {I VISA ) t, .Jj ''C:
BOYS and her ski Instructors <. <( We LSaut The snow and all the fun she had jj..1

skiing Melanie.were also very special, said A ., A ,;P

i Scouts from the 15 county area applied '
I 'for this council opportunity, |j'i <
with the scouts' mostly from t
.' ,Jacksonville and Gainesville.. :}
(;;.. Cookies, are Here o'.z
"I 1 *,'' 'Gateway Girl Scout Council in FREE .
+ Jacksonville received .
over 600,000 .
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boxes of cookies for distribution in' J
North Flonda during the month of :
v.... March. .,: Jo Our carpet: cool'dlDatqr.m UJorryfreeResidential
t ,' 0 S Sales are up for Gateway scouts, gladly call at your home with f.
W'':.. the initial cookie orders turned in by & samples and five five, no

I;: '' 1 'year's. scouts initial was 10,000 order.cases over last l: <::to. Crnl"5! inl1lm. ) obligation estimates. _: -t7

G', '". In Bradford-Union nearly 1,000 -M 1-r'
i<, ,cases of cookies arrived Feb 23 for J C EI
'." MIDDLEBURG 282-3736
;, distribution In' this neighborhood. pw jr
l' ,", That's 12,000 boxes of cookies Have Rfac9, STARK. 964-6108 Vsrp.es ,
i' :, "' you ordered yours tIn fl:Q.S- c
> the event you have not ordered !Sr I
loth 301
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t /- Scout or call Cookie Bookie Lila Rae \OMcoonaids '. : CommercialCarpet I [ M;;;; Middlttslr
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1'1: : Booths will also cookies for '
have \Alliqaiof
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.c'. !,. ''j I with the old favorites; Samoas, considered -: B"3rSo. OKOA
,: *, .,,a' the world's most delicious Owen Joist Rd. Wood Parquet Hardwood Floors
IV', cookie; Thin Mints, double rich with v5> z1e
,a fudgie middle; Do SI-Dos. peanut .C/Country\ Carpets
butter' at Its best; Tagalong apeanut South 30 "
; butter patty;'Trefoils! ,an old \ "'r'f!"' e} .tu ,, aQ
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.1 ,New ,Art" Studio, and Gallery' Filling, a Void for Artisans in MelroseOpened ::1

March: 1, Terri Taylor' to 10 p.m., In November, 1987- ,they began the the fine cultured'personaUty"ot a 'The Art Studio Gallery carries a Gallery Is a busy place. The tour of '':'
: Zaner brings the unique concept of Mrs. Zaner's ,experience in art process of opening a gallery. Now town. Everyone's!: been very helpful, full line of art supplies. This week all the Art Gallery&Antiques proved to ,
; the art gallery and an art studio toi began 13 when her parents opened after many character-building. experiences either giving a hand or moral sup artist paints are 25% off. Terri la be educational and an exciting ex 1
the Melrose area. The Art Studio *: Taylor's Gallery of Art in Sheridan they are open. port. providing custom framing to compliment perience. Make a point of stopping ,
I Gallery is located in the downstairs Ark. With the combination of her The Art Studio&:Gallery is featuring Beginning Mar. IS, children's art the gallery.As by and visiting Terri at the Art ,
area of toe restored church on State surroundings and her talent, the four state artists and three national classes will begin. Names are being you can.. tell, the Art Studio &: Studio & Gallery soon., '.
i Rd. 20.currently Ann Lowery Antl- studied commercial and fine art artists for the month''of taken daily so Terri says she may ,.,
i .queI. through college. March. "1 like to keep a variety of have to expand from two classes to
This combination of fine art and Terri and her husband'' Gordon mediums and technique;' Tern ex four. Terry Richardson of Lake City d
t| antiques makes the trip well worth moved to the Keystone area In plains. will be teaching acrylic oil paintingon McGill ,
[ the visit.The hours of the Art Studio March of 1987 where, she began The opening months are shapingup Thursday night beginning Ms.e.
*:Gallery are 10-8:30: p.m.weekdaysand teaching private drawing classes in, beautifully.Next month is booked 11.This class is filling fast. Mary B. .1
\ Saturdays from noon tit S p.m. I the living room of their small home. by an excellent abstract artist from McLucas has Joined the teaching
| Evening. hours will be extended 'This is where the Art Studio &: Gainesville, and June will feature staff 'with her special talent for Plumbing Company
..!U ,<.I1alld Thursday..from 10.a.m. Gallery concept began" ,says Terri Melrose's own D. Christtfer, watercolors. Tern explained future : ,
Newman (national artist), The ar seminars and lectures, then stoppedto
t tists are all really excited about the say; "Well,you just have come' .
formal gallery in this area and with by and visit."

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g.8B nU.iRAPII.: TM"S&! MONI1'tR-8UCTIO, / March IO.I9WI '!LA...

IV News Briefs
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Local Man Gets to Alachua General and two to North. responded' to one structure fire,in brakes worn' tires and defective II'S'
Suspended SentenceA Florida Regional (all in' February, said Chapman., lighting equipment In addition, attention '
Gainesville), One patient was taken will be directed to drivers
Starke Florist designer was to Lake Butler Hospital Hand, Emergency Dial 911 who would violate the driver license
sentenced March 9 in U. S, District Surgery Center and one to Reception laws of Florida.
Court in Jacksonville. Medical Center. One, patient to 'the Patrol has found these check
William (Bill), Wilson, ,Jr 3J, 'of Jacksonville Medical Center and one FliP TroopersContinue points to be an effective means of enforcing -, p p
Lawtey received a seven year patient to Humana Hospital! in the equipment and,driver '
suspended sentence and five years Orange Park. License,, license laws of Florida while InsUr-!
probation when he appeared before Illness related calls totalled 30 Vehicle Inspections ing the protection of all motorists.
Judge Susan Black Wednesday Fourteen calls were to cardiac pa-
afternoon. Wilson must complete 200 tients and another 14 were to people Bradford County Union CountyThe
Hours community work, according with respiratory problems Three The Florida Highway Patrol will Flonda Highway Patrol will
to Assistant U. S. Attorney' John people suttered trauma and another be conducting driver license and be conducting driver license and Values like these come "ONCE IN A LIFETIME"
Steele. seven suffered trauma resulting vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- vehicle inspection checkpoints during \
Wilson was charged with one from an accident. Two calls were ing the week of March 11 through the week of March 11 through
count ol: possession with intent to alcohol'' related, one call was to a March 17 on SK-21 SK-100, SK-230, March 17 on SR-lOO, SR.121SR-23I",
distribute cocaine between April and stab wound victim and one to a gun SR-18, SR-16,CR-18, CR-16.CR-2IB. SR-241, SR-238 CR-18, CK-237,.,
December 1983 in Bradford County, shot wound victim and one personwas CR-225, CH-125, CR-22D, CR-231, CH-229, CR-125, CR-231, CR-24A
said Steele. dead when the unit arrived. CRoW,CR-m.CR-2JO and CR100Ain and CR-796A in Union County,
Wilson also received a suspended Three"'calls were cancelled and Bradford County.
sentence last July on One count using four were false alarms. Recognizing the danger presentedto
the telephone to facilitate a crime. the public by defective vehicle
That ottense occurred In 1984 QH-10 equipment, Troopers ,will concen- The Swedish drink more coffee
trate their el torts on vehicles bemg per capita than any other people,
Recent ArrestsIn The Quick Response. Unit-io, operated with,defects such as bad

Bradford County I

The following arrests were'made ; ,11) IARIJIL ROUTBOARDS
by local authorities in Bradlord ,L Wrec+ Ms M.KMcm
County, : SL wcwa
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Robert Leroy Ake, 21, 'of Starke, a I
was arrested March 5 tor OWLS and
possession of less than 20 grams can- II
nabis, according ,to Patrolman 4Lr&fiL I
Susan Wilkerson Ake was searched
alter he'was stopped for a traltic 'C)
violation He was released alter a .
W72.SO surety bond was posted. k p. i
TACKLES MARINE. INC. ''-' o -- HoMMttt
Thomas Mullm of Arkansas was : 21'Ml mpHM ii
arrested\March 8 tor DUI accordingto Rea R.11eUP
Trooper Clark Williams Mullm, i
blood, alcohol content was. 11 0 per i
cent. I

on %88 Toro Riders!

Answers Bradford 110 Rescue Calls TO YOUUthru( 'Mar. 26 only)

Emergency Medical Services in' ,
r OFF ,
Bradford County responded to 110
calls or runs during the month ot sodrl!1160 Ask I
February, according to Supervisor II k| about our, \
Cliff Chapman
Seventy calls required ,the' ShOM YEAR
transporting of 76 patients, 40 calls NO DOWN PAYMENT. w.aiurttr '
required no transporting.Six NO FINANCE CHARGES FOR 90 DAYS !
'" unit runs, Shandscair were-made transported by the backup .y T.qualified buyers. New thru April 10. j jAtCE

patient to Miands Hospital and .I
TRAUMA I transported one patient j
to Alachua General Hospital! 'The is here!!!
Rescue assisted Clay County' ,boating season Hardwarr ,.iNAROWARE
Rescue with two cardiac
runs one
., :arrest and an 'auto accident; Stop in and take a look at the new PACER, Boats

with assisted one run Alachua, an auto County accident Rescue with, ',Superb, Quality at an Affordable Price I 3070 Blanding Blvd i AROEN CENTERS
assisted vehicle in Bradford Santa Hospital Fe River with; and a'' On the Spot Financing Available Middleburg Fl
gunshot wound victim. Over 100 models to choose from 1 mile South of 218 on SR 2.1
The majority of the patients,. 49, ,282-3115
,were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six Open: Mon-Sat 9:00: 6:00PM:
patients were taken to Shands, nine

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ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobll horn, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: A* (low as CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be subASSUMt' 3/1 cm your lot, $ 59/ma.. OUR INVESTOR HAS MONEY to Invest In .
'A, mile from city. Nice neighborhood. $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn, mitted to the Lake Region Monitor ofdealer, 13511514. 4tchg 2/11-3/3 _
land land
...-,323.,01ST; NEWSPAPER PLATISt Aluminum Vice In Writing and paid In advance HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28X6S, 4/3. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE raw or partially developed
NEWLY OKOIIATIDi ev.rything'fuml.h- Measures 24x36" 25 cent each. Great unless credit I I. already established/ Home of Merit 279mo., free Located In Union County Time or subdivision. And may be InterestedIn
Far Information call
sd focllltle with this office. delivery. Uncle Roy', 1-331-B514.4tchg building. Call for Information
Lovndry Included. Video for patching and repair,, TELEGRAPH, COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY 497-3309.
room avail obi.. Will accept one child, 135 W. Coll St. 9646305. Classified deadline I. 11:00 ..m. prior /),-,/' 49o-22>, tin Ask for Beverly Clark. 4 tchg 2/11 3/3.

no pets. Palm Apt., 2313 N. Tempi ALICIA HAY new hay, $25. Delivery lo Thursday publication. 'IX WIDE shingle, mosonlte. fireplace. I ACRE WITH SCATTERED TREES paved
Av., Storke 33091. 10/29 TF available.All hoy In barn 7 mile West Minimum charge I i. 19 word for$3.50; and morel 227mo. Uncle Roy'*. INSURANCE, road. MOBILE HOMES ACCEPTED. All
TIM MOMLI HOMIS for then 19 cent for each word thereafter 13518514. Stchg 2/11.3/3 ,
rent: furnished of Storke on Rd. 16, Jimmy Catkin utllltle Included for $500 dawn.
or unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR. 964-8356. 8/27 TFchg '12. FLIETWOOD 14X70, 3BR 2BA., MAIN* INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. ,
Payments $138 month $13,900.
964-7498. 11/19 TFchg ALICIA HAY $25 a roll. All hay underbarn. FOUND 7500. Move or rent lot, Brown Main Street, lake Butler, 496-3978.Gompl.t. 12% APR over per 20 year (larger
11x41 MOMLI HOME :3BR J bath, on 7 mile from Stark on Hwy. 16 473-7923. Itpd 3/3 Insurance Servlc.10 tfn acreage available with well power

one acre. S2SO/month. 964. 238. 2/4TF toward prison 964.6167 or 782-3727 FOUND BEHIND LaM OFFICI pair of SERVICES pole, septic ,tank. Call for detail)
COZY J M HOUSE furnished CH&A, 2/1ITF brown rim prescription gla..... Found HELP WANTEDGOOD COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY Fort Whit.
carpet. Prefer tingle adult. For Info call PIANO FOR SALE'responsible party to by a gray car parked behind office. 4973305. 2/11 4tchg3/3.
964-6680 after 3 p.m. 2/21 TF assume small payments. See locally. Owner may com by LRM office during PRISSURI WASHING Houses, ,mobile PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD *.
ONI BEDROOM HOUSI In Country; large Call credit manager at 205-471-8927 -working hour to claim, home, pool, deck, sidewalks. Free BENEFITS Come In and talk with u*. FOR SALE
yard, carpet, window air, adult.. First, anytime. 2/18 3tpd 3/3 : estimates. Call Rob .473-3590. 3/5 take Butl.rAppar.l, 650 S.E. 2nd
final, ,IMS/month. 964-6602 after 9. STEEL BUILDINGS 40x75x12, $3.43 H; MOBILE HOME FOR RENT tfnchg Street take Butler, ,,496-3601 tfn/chg
p.m. |ImHOUSE 40x100x14, $3.39 ft. 50x100x16. $3.32ft. i21THERAPY Need
] LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. STORAGE HOUSES extra storage
TRAILER 14x65 iwo bedroom. 2 ., 60x100x14, $3.05 ft.; 70x100x14, 1BA six : $250/mo. plus Call Th. Lawn Barber. 4733590. PreeEstimates. AID At least month hospital' space? We have SxlO and 10x10 mini
JR, on acre* work .xperl.nc..PI.a.. send application -
bath, CHBA one ocr lot. Front road $2.90 ft.I, 100x100x12. $2.76 ft. Allied 2/25-3/3 3/5 tfnchg warehouses Hal. and Associates
100 In Theretta. 964-5038, 2/25 2tpd Steel I, 18006354141. 2/25 4tpd 3/17 deposit.RENT 473-2730.2tchg clean. 2BR mobll SEWING MACHINI SERVICE repair all with phone number to: ReceptionMedical 4963939. Hnchrg. 1/7
FOR very Center cIa Physical TherapyDepartment
3/3 FIREWOODt $55 for long wheelbase brand rnactilne In horn service WASHER DRYER refrigerator, freezer
home CH A. Clay County. No'pet*. P.O. Box 628, lake
STAKKIi fuml.hed 2 BR, 12.60 mobile truck load with free .fat lighter '
473-7862. 2tchg 3/3-3/10 and stove. Coll 4962090. 3/3 2tchg.
1.65':2269.2fchg2/25-3/3 _
home on wooded lot, CH&A. couple 964.4238 for delivery 2TF __ _. __ Butler Fl. 32054. 2/25 4tchg. 3/17
2BR MH lake ) screenHOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, addl.Itlons 3/10
prlvlleg. carport EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In horn
preferred. First last and : you're a ,
security PIANO FOR SALE Responsible toassume
ed porch, carport utility fenced yard or complete building. 30 earenKey.ton..chool..1.90438I6109r assembly work. Jewelry, toy and party
with condition
$290. 964-5332. 2/25 2tchg :3/3 recipient a qualifying Bradford and small payment See locally.
experience serving Clay other Full time and time
call toll fr.. number for mor.lnforma- part
VIRV NICE LARGE NEW 2 BR APARTMENTS 3/3-3/10 Countlei. 4734018. 5/28 tfn Call credit manager at 1((205)) 71.1927.
2tpd available. Call today 1S1B)4S9-393S( )
tion 1-800-445-4174. fcan 88-71
FROM $260 PER MONTH. IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS two year old. ,FLOOR SAGGING? Door Dragging? (Toll refundable)) Ext. B3339O 24 hrs. anytime. 21113tpd. 3/3
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 473-3682. Equal 100% FINANCING on any lie or shape two bedroom, one bath. fenced r.nt.Hou., .. out of level?? LaRue Leveling 2/25 3tpd 3/10 SOFA AND LOVE SEAT for $75 Mode of
Homing Opportunity. 2/25 4tchg 3/17 steel building complete turnkey lob. $210/mo. 473-7044. Itpd 3/3 ..",1e.10f' all your foundation repairs, EARN EXTRA MONEY In home assembly hercuton. 'Call 496-3636. after 6pm.Itpd. .
All exceed SBC All
building meet
FURNISHED APARTMENT thre room or 3/3
473-7721. 7/9
IfnehgMISCELLANEOUS work. Jewelry, toys and others. Full
and both blueprint and anchor boot drawing
of utllltle furnished.
carpentry time and part time available. Coll today -
Adult only. No pet*. Weekly or mon. furnished 1-8OO-444-1663. fcan 88-65 FOR RENT
painting, electrical, plumbing. t 1(5)8)459.3533( ) (Toll Refundable)
1911 CUTLASS SUPREME and 1979 .
thly. Call 9645970. 2/24 4tchg 3/17
Reasonable rates Licensed contractor .Ext. B3448A. 24 hrs 2/25 3tpd. 3/10
Coachman trailer Call PACK RAT I sell I and trade collectible .
RB0049306. Call Mitch 8/20 NOW TESTING The Woodmen of 'h.Wol" *
473-3940. AND SPACE,
month utilities. Included. 100 South 964.6678 for more Information. Itpd 3/3 Item and antique. Used furniture, OFFICE, WAREHOUSE
TFchg' III Insurance has current
one mile out of city ,limit Call 1 1..l CHEVETTEi look and run like new 'glassware, (jewelry and much more. located In Union County Time Building
$1200. Also living room suite, tables Com see for yourself. One mile east opening for career representtativs .ot ISO West Main Call 496-2261, (ormore
964-7255. 2/25 2tpd 3/3 HOMES FOR RENT In the take: Butler ar_. Fullbenefits Information. tfn ,:
and lamp, odd. and ends furniture. of I Keystone Heights on Highway 100
LARGE 2 M HOUSE In Stark.. No ,
peti : training allowance .
9642411. Itchg 3/3, 473.2183.3/5 tfnchg two-year CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI I Nicely furnished
first last and deposit 1.726-7651. 2/25 CLOTHES WASHER new family else GEwo.h.r. IBR COTTAGE with lake plvlleg.- for a sure start plus comprehensive' ?, all electric central heat and
2tchg 3/3 R.dfearnServices HBAC screened porch furnished or un education program. Constant em air. private paved rood, laundry and
TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT first floor CARS furnished $240/mo. One, block from phosl for o' totally professional op. park playground. Near schools, hasp.,
473-7707. 3/3
newly painted with appliances. ,No Itchg Call for dates
473-4961. proach. testing !
library tfnchg tote facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lake
pe... $200 month. 9648498. Itpd 3/3 FURNITURE: sofa, $30, 2 deeper, $60 1976 FIREBIRD new engine, transmission ATTRACTIVE HOMI 3BR. 2BA. 2 car 1(904)752( ) .5264. 3/3 2tcha 3/10 Butler Call 4962366., Two childrenmax.
and $30 chair $15.
782.3348 or 7823507. Itchg 3/3' rear battery, garage. $500 per .. and no pets chg/tfn 5/21
225. 964-8877 or 964-6517. 3/3 2tchg BICYCLE' PARTS new BMX h.. style 10 recently Invested $7,000 asking mo 475-2306. Itchg 3/3 SALESPERSON NEEDED* 12' H ... THREE BEDROOM MOBIll HOMI
3/10 2500. Call 473-4684. 4tchg 2/11.3/3 knowledgeable of hardware and Ideal for small family, large yard. $175!
helmets rim
MOBILE HOME 3 BR, 2 full bath. CH4A. speed training .86 FORD BRONCO H excellent candlACREAGE lumber, 1 some managerial skills required per month. 496-2842. tfn/chg. 10/8
stands. 964-6213. 3/3 3/10
carpet, water softener:on IVi acre lot. FURNITURE 2tchg FOR SALE tion low mils $9.500.473.3391. 3tchg salary negotiable. Send TWO BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOUSE In WO,.
$260 month plus $100 security. ,ANTIQUE '2/25-3/10 resume to: HARDWARE, P.O. Drawer thlngton Spring Refrigerator and
964-6305 day or 964-4480 night until 964-4546. Itchg 3/3 used 1ft ISUZU PICKUP 54 .500. .475-2870 BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY A. Slorke. Flo..32091. "Kchg 3/3 tove furnished. $200 per month. First
: LANE 4739236. 1/14 tfnchg.
9:30 p.m. 3/3TFlmm| !' after 5 p.m 2tpd 3/3-3/10 and last month rent In advance. Call
$150.473.7107. Itchg 3/3 TAKEOVER 10 ACRES beautiful wooded
furnished LAND FOR SALE
EFFICIENCY ROOMS quiet 1(904)496-2995( ) or 4962071. 3/3 4tpd..
utilities paid drinking or''disturbance ATTENTION WORKING WOMEN have ranchlond. Fish or hunt nearby NO
no 3/24
*, no children no pet. 964-5687, small petite' clothe* .lie> 3 thru 7: HOMES FOR SALE DOWN $79/month. Owner financing. .
3/3 2tchg 3/10 Need to see to appreciate. All new' 1.813.962-0481.. 2tpd 3/3-3/10 1-3-S ACRE PARCELS 160 'acre farm
THREE BEDROOM" 2 bath doublewlde. ,Coll 964-8898 alter 6 p.m, Monday.: BRICK HOME 2,000 sq. ft., 3 bedroom ,would i make nice horse farm lowdown CARS/TRUCKS:

fireplace, total electric 'A acre (.need, \ Friday; all day Saturday and Sunday.. .: bathroom, dining living family room HELP WANTED payment *. owner financed. Ap
In area for hone* with barn and .h.d. Itchg 3/3. w/llreplace, eat-li kitchen 2 car prox. 1/2 acre, paved road, with 2
POOL TABLE: regular size, late top. All garage, walk to school 16X32 pool< bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hale 1976 MONTI CARLO need* some repair.
$350 month $350 deposit. 7823408.
accessories and stick rack. $600. and Associate 4963939. transmis-sion
much more, asking 89500. Call tfn/chg. ,
3/3 3/24
4tchg 9646090. Itchg 3/3 473-4400. Itpd 33FOR assembly) work. Jewelry toy and .' new tires. Call 496-3636,.after 6
TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment other FT A PT avail CALL TODAY! LOST/FOUND p.m. Itpd 3/3 .
living ,room, dining room bath, $225 SEVERAL ITEMS: 23 ft. Prowler'' Travel 83399-A2.HRS. (toll-refundable) "EXT. 18 CAMARO2.8 liter V6. multi-fuel'
month plus $100 security includeswater trailer, fully self-contained. $3,000. SALE 3tpd 225310PAINTER'S section; A/C, power brakes. power
and electric. 2207 Raiford Rd., HELPER NEEDED live WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERIE (Scotty) '
New Echol snow cone machine, cost day locks, power trunk; RPM gauge,
964.5033 or -I338.ltchg 3/3 $420, sell $250, large dresser set on top BRASS BED queen size. complete, orthopedic per week.. Apply In person at Omega last seen Jan. 14. Providence Rood and automatic transmission, sunroof
STATI EMPLOYEES: need home close to mirror, nice piece of furniture, $250. mattress set and frame (new, Metals. 473-4984. 2tchg 2/25-3/3 SR241 area Call-496-1367.-2/252tchg. cruise control tilt wheel. JUST PAY
your work? We have clean mobile 9644831. Itchg'3/3 never used). still In plastic. Cast GET PAID for reading books! $10000 3/4 OFF BALANCE. Call 4962540., tpd. 3/3
homes available 468-1323. 10/8 TF SEVERAL ITEMS ladle new Western 1000. Sell for $350 cash Stored In per title Writ PASE-A1743 161 S. Line PEARLY (grey color) COCKATIEL Tome,

PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Now taking Flyer bike, $100, 13",color TV, $100; Jacksonville. 16242639.: 4tpd 2/11-3/3, colnway, N. Aurora. IL 60542.. : 4tpd talks Name I 1. spooky. Small reward
application for 3 BR apartment, tar- couch and 2 end table, $65; 8 track VICTORIAN BRASS t WHITE DAY BED 3/3-3/24 lost Feb. 29r-frofn 150 S.W. 5th Av.
ting at $200 per month..' CHSA fullyequippedKltttietrr AM/FM Stereo,140. 964-8045. Itchg 3/3 make* two twin beds Complete with EXPERIENCED 'MEAT SLICER S SHORT Coll 496-2725, 1 tfr. 3/3 '

cable",.ody: 1530 USED WASHER: Hotpoint, 4, yn.. old,, malts, never used still in boxes. Will ORDER COOK for'.new barbeque
W. MoMieiMr.. 964313. *oitafi.* 94prm. SIH1'473-7J07.11c..3/t-' : *" .". ... .' "oerllke $330 Cash?Stored In Jackson "restaurant Apply In person 8 o.m.i5 t1
E MI9kMmig Opporiunltyl/14 SATELLITE SYSTEM",14 ft. with STS ville. 624-2639.. 4tpd 2/11-3/3 p..m. Bar-B-Q Stop Restaurant, 3/4 mile TRAIN
TFchg remote unit complete, asking $2,000, "PIANO FOR SALI Responsible party to' N' of Keystone traffic light on SR 21. TO BE A :
TWO BEDROOM 1 both mobil. home, negotiable. 2824252. Itchg 3/3 assume mall payment See locally. 'Itchg 33WAITRESSES _.
furnished. $175 month, $100 security FULL ,SIZE SOFA-SEO, good condition. Call credit manager 205-471-8927 ALL OTHER RESTAURANT PROFESSIONAL.SECRETARY
deposit. Rd. 16 West, Pleosont Grove $75 ONO. 782-3209. Itchg 3/3 anytime. 3tpd 2/28-3/3 HELP apply In person 8 a.m. 5 p.m., ,' rain t
area. Call 964. 48O or 964.8970. both SLEEPER COUCH $75: recliner $35; Kirby Bar-B-Q Stop Restaurant, 3/4 mil.N.of 'S /RECEPTIONIST TRAVEL AGENT

'offer 6 p.m..Available March 1. 2/18. NOTICE Vacuum $50. Near Glimo.: Call! Keystone traffic light on SR 2V. Itchg .tXEC. SECRETARY TOUR GUIDE
TFjo 473.2741. tchg 3/3 HARDWARE/BUILDING SUPPLY
.NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS for 1. NEW SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG SALESPERSON needed knowledgeable tart locally I full IIm./port .time AIRLINE
2. E 3 BR apartment with CH4A ''CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted with three drawer d.*... Left In of hardware and lumber some Learn ''wod processing and
carpet, drapes, appliance, energy efficient to the Bradford County layaway. Never used. Balance $229. managerial, skills required salary related secretarial skills. Home Rl SERVATIOXISTt
laundry facilities on sit*. Formore Telegraph office In writing and paid In 473.7862. 2tchg 3/3-3/10 1 negotiable. Send resume to: Hard Study and Resident Training. Nan
Information contact 964-2335 or advance unless credit I I. already ."TRUCK BED no rust. Fits 1973-79 ware, P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Flo. eadquorters L.H.p.. FI, kxaqly full-tim"pers-llme. tra!
782-3531 after 6 p.m. E.O.H. lawtey established with this office. trucks $250. Call 375-8315. Itchg 3/3 32091 Itchg 33YARD FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE I en Eve shin computer Home
Apartments 2/18 Stchg 3/3 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD AZALEAS E SHRUBS 50 cent and up. J imdy: and resident training.
FURNISHED APARTMENT kitchen RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN On 21, 4 mi. S. of traffic light In ,e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE r Flrnrtd did available:Job
living room M.lrose. Phone 475-2870 after 5 p.m. J plaooment! assistance. National
: month. No pets. 964.8071, 2/25 2tchg THE TELEPHONE. OMEGA 1978, V-6, very good 1-800-432-3004 I
headquarter, Uflhthousa Point Fl |
3/3 Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, condition; CHARGER 1974. 440 ang. YARD SAL March 5th at the SCHOOl.J
4 BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDE 2 baths, central NOON, prior to Thursday publication. not running, rebuilt transmission, good AMERICAN LEGION POST on HI North THE HAft A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
heat and air, large let |In country Classified display deadline I TUESDAY body a* I.. FREEZER; upright, work of Stop Light. Bring your merchandise -rr 1.Ei-432.3004
Call 468-1323. 3/3 TFchg 9 00 P.M. Special Classified display good. Bras queen bed and box spring ,and rent a table, also If you have
.ONI OR TWO"BEDROOM apartment: all placemen Is NOT Guaranteed. i mattress, very good condition: anything you wish to donate to us for
utllltle and cab;. TV, HBO Included Minimum charge for classified ode I isIS 'w UPRIGHT BASE. 1943 Kay Good: ONE this sal. call:,473-2689 or 473-3826 or
from $160 month. 208 N. Cherry St. Itpd word for $3.50 then 15 cent for COMPLETE SLIDING GLASS DOOR. 8"? 4734840. 2tchg 22533. \

3/3 each. word thereafter. .good condition; FOR RENT MH lot big YARD SALE Sat., March S. Dove Street, --,
TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath block home, '-,'-'" and quiet fenced utility shed. KH. clothe, book, golf club, prom Durrance Pump & Supply ": ..
central heat and air nice 473-2658 after 5 p.m. 2tpd 3/3-3/10 dress, wedding dress/veil, and more., '
neighborhood. Call 468-1323., 3/3 2.'MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTOR, good 1 Itpd 33SATURDAY U.S. 301 North 864 N. Tempi Av >., Stork. ,
TFchg condltlon..73-7062.'lpd3/3' 'MARCH I '. 95.,. lawnmower '
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE Country; large ,. furniture, toys, much more. .Well Drilling
yard, carpet,window air, adult First, 1964 Plymouth, 29,986 mile*. N'ortt21 964-7061
final;, $223/month. 964-8602 after 9p.m. j|| Food StorM to C352 go 2 mile paved rood. See *pumps 'Plumbing '.
e> LIMEROCK'FILL e ..Ign.. White Sand lake Itpd 3/3
Is for store
accepting YARD SALI motly antique*and collectible ,
CO'S CHICK US OUTI Clean rental manager. Experience in retail SAND .. FrI. t Sat 9-5 Vi mile N. at KH ._ M--_ \
home tailored] to your py schedule. I .
SR Watch for 3/3 '
management a must. Salary on 21. signs. Itchg :
Private pork laundry and playground t J.. FOR SAL/ ,
"PINES SR121 |lust south of SR100 in negotiable. Benefits include monthly 782.31'71.You : ,' _

Lake Butler. Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. 1/7 bonus;paid vacation, sick leave Fill Dirt: Top Soil

-"* insurance, profit sharing pension plan ....

VACATION RENTALS and credit union. Must be willing to Large or Small Loads of Limerock .'

work long, odd hour if necessary and Tried The Rest, 'e CommerclelFteMntlJ '. Plepalr Wart!

s COTTAGES.weekly monthly Fully rate furnished*. Also mobile Dally, take polygraph. Apply at the S&S Now Try The Bettl ", 'a / ShinglingA1 Tractor Work Backhoe.Bulldozer, '

horn park spaces for rent, and home Food Store Office 2200 E. Duval St. 9646182'9645823<< 964-6095

for *al.. MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E Lake City during business hour IL

Highland Rd., Franklin, N.C. ((704)) ."'t' .. > Buildup Roofing
524.4603.6/1) tfnchg

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0(7.s *9 < ** '!"Ju'a/.ada Stark
!y Fl. 32091904M421M
Hunters! Fishermen! Rentals! ... "
|trikwT i Now taking application for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unit..Th.** all-

Good Selection of 2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes. 'Uctric unit or. spacious with lots of clot *poc. and allftav

11 Good to Poor Condition Sold As. .Is I r wall-to-wall carptng! drop *!.* and kitchen appliance.. Onsite -

,.New Hare Window laundry facilltle R.nfal assistanc avallabl. for qualified
From $995 to $1995 nTTniiiiin-f+f+H

1 :Aram AMItI.a .PalallafNroRoaTSjst applicant, '
EXPERT ADVICE **** For application Information.

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to the Bradford County WANT TO STOI"THAT'S ? to the lake Region Monitor of. pool.. decks, sidewalks. Free located In Union County Times Buildingat
office In and flee In ,writing and paid In advance OFFICE ,AND WAREHOUSI SPACILocated
,T.I.groph writing paid In OURS estimates. Call Rob 473-3590, 3/S 150W..t Main., Call 496-226), for
advance "nl... credit li already unless credit Is already established In Union County Timesbuilding. more Information. tin

established with this office. Alcoholics Anonymout96441SO9642000 with this office LAWN tfnchgMONITOR MOWING ,Trimming edging. Call for Information, CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur.
TH1 TELEGRAPH STAPP CANNOT Bl STAFF CANNOT BE HELD '496-226tfn. nlshed, all electric, central heat and
thru FreeEstimates.
pd 3/31 RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call The Lawn Barber 4733590.
HiLD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN air, private paved rood, laundry and
CHAIN LINK FENCSt Installed. Free 3/5 tfnchg'
CLASSIFIEDS WHIN AD IS TAKEN OVER estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co, THE TELEPHONE. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE repair all INSURANCEMAINES park playground. Near schools, hasp.
THI TELEPHONE. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tin brand machines. In home service.to state facilities. PINES SIM 21, east Lake
Classified deadline ii ,
Classified d.odlln. 11.00: a m, prior
It TUESDAY INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E. Butler Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax
HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical 473 7862. 2 chg 3/3-3/10
NOON prior to Thursday publication. complete home repair Thursday publication. Main Street, lake Butler, 496.3978, ? and no peti g/tfn 5/21
Classified display deadline TUESDAY,, Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor. Minimum chorge Is 13 words for S3.50, HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn 12" X 6T THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
5:00: P.M. Special Clot.llled display RB00493O6 Call Mitch. 473.3940. l/9tfn then 15 cents. for each word thereafter or complete' building 30 years Ideal for small family, large yard. 1175

ploc.m.nt !I. NOT Guarant..... SEWING MACHINES sales and service, experience serving Bradford end Cloy HELP WANTED per month.' 4962842. ttn/chg 10/8
Minimum charge for classified ads IsIS all makes cleaned oiled, adjusted Counties. 4734018. 3/28 tfn TWO BEDROOM I BATH HOUSE Worthington -
words for S3.SO, then IS cents foreach $13. All work guaranteed Corner FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? Springs. Refrigerator and

,, word thereafter. Morgan Rd. B CR 16, James Strickland, MOBILE HOME FOR RENT .House out of level?? LaRue leveling GOOD PEOPLE GOOD PAY GOOD stove furnished, $200 per month Firs
-......, 9648733. 12/3TF service for all your foundation repairs, BENEFITS Come In and talk with us. and last month rent' In advance. Call

SISTER SOPHIE PALM READER Advice on 2m MH lake privilege, carport screened 4737721. 7/9. tfnchg lake Butler ,Apparel. 650 S.E. 2nd 1(904)496-2995( ) or 496-207)). ,3/3 4tpd
PERSONALS business, love and other problems porch, carport utility, fenced yard COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, Street Lake Butler, 4963601. Ifn/chg 3/24 '
Special readings this week with this near Keystone schools 1.904.388-6109. painting electrical plumbing. 1/21 THREE BEDROOM 1/2 BATH MOBILE
ad. 7829802. Itpd 3/10 2tpd 3/3-3/10 Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor THERAPY AID At least months hospital HOME Central heat and air. Call
A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE LAWN SERVICE for residential and Commercial : RB0049306. Call Mitch, 473-3940. 8/20 work experience. Please send applica 4311039. llpd.3/10 '

Australian European, 'Scandinavian landscaping tree removal, ,TFchg tion with phone number Reception,
High School Exchange Students arriving MISCELLANEOUS Medical Center c/o Physical Therapy
lawns vacuumed. No lob too big or NOTICE
In August Become host family far small. Free estimates, 964.4238. 2/4TF Department ".0. Box 628, lake
American Intercultural Student Ex WI DO, BULLDOZER WORK, 450 John PACK RAT .' Buy sell and trade collectible ; HOMES FOR RENT' Butler Fl. 32054. 2/25 4tchg 3/17
Classified deadline I. TUESDAY
change. Call 1800SIBLING. Icon 88-87 Deere, $40 per hour call anytime Items and antiques. Used furniture.glassware EARN EXCELLENT MONEY ,In, home
LOSS WEIGHT WITHOUT STARVING no jewelry and much more. assembly work: Jewelry and NOON prior to Thursday publication.
7823306. 2/1B 3/10
4tchg 1IR COTTAGE with lake ,
Minimum 15 words for S3.50
charge ,
,hunger, no drugs, no exercise. All MOBILE HOME RECOATING and touch, Come see for yourself. One mile east H&AC.ocr..ned furnished others. Full time and port time
porch or unfurnished. then 15 for word
each thereafter
natural. 100% guaranteed, medically up. $80 and up with .18 month of Keystone Heights on Highway 100 $240/mo. One block from available. Call today! 1(518)459-3535.( ) cents
verified safe, easy to lose 20 lb. per guarantee. Ask about our single ply 4732183.3/Stfnchg library. 473-4961. tfnchg (Toll refundable) Ext. 833390, 24 hrs.
fcan 88-86 REAL ESTATE
month Call 303-688.1824. roof. Call A-1 Roofing. 964-2129. 2/18 ATTRACTIVE HOME 3BR, 2BA. 2 car 2/25 3tpd 3/10
SPECIAL GUNS AND PRICES for women. 4tpd 3/10 CARS EARN EXTRA MONEY In home assemblywork.
Geneva lake Estates. $500
.garage. ,
Shotgun News' Trade Show: Blng", WILL BABYSIT In my home, lunch' and \'mo. 4752306. Itchg 3/10 Jewelry, toys and others. Full OUR INVESTOR HAS MONEY to Invesl In

Bang Boom t The lively Gun Show. snack Included. Reasonable, Any ago.Call '$4 FORD IRONCO II excellent condi WE HAVE STUDIO APTS 2BR, 1V4 BA, time and port time available. Call today row land or partially developed land.

BuySe11-Trod.. Fashion models Cafeteria.Free display. Pott 9647023. 2/25 4tchg 3/17 Lion, low miles, 9500. 4733391.3tchg22S3IO family homes. Furnished or unfurnish ) 1(518)459-3535( ) (Toll Refundable). or subdivision. And may be InterestedIn
concealed firearms daily TOTTENS DRYWALL Hang .tape and ed. Immaculate, located' on lake Ext. B3448A 24 hrs. 2/25 3lpd.3/10 |joint venture.-For Information call
parking. Security RADISSON finish any texture. Patch expert. 20 47S-2870 NOW TESTING The Woodmen of the .
W ISUZU PICKUP $ ,500. Geneva Dock privileges and laundry COUNTRY RIVERS REALTY 497 33O5.
CENTRE March ,18-19-20 777 NW.305-895-2231 72 Ave., Miami fcan years experience 529-9793 2/25 4tpd after S p.m. 2tpd 3/3-3/10 facilities $275 and up plus deposit call World life Insurance Society has current Ask for Beverly Clark. 4 tchg 2/1 11 3/3.

3/17 1914 MERCURY GRAND MARQUI 2 for appointment. 473-2919. Itchg 3/10 openings for career representatives 1 ACRE WITH SCATTERED TREES paved

LOSERS 88-74 WANTED, Lo.'up to 29 poundsthis WI DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John door, Michelin tires. Perfect condition. GENEVA OAKS CONDO 3BR.2BA,utlll- In the Lake Butler area. Full rood. MOBILE HOMES ACCEPTED. All '

month, Inches, cellullte. Doctor ,Deere $40 per hour. Call anytime, Must sell due to Illness. $7,000. ty room. H/AC. 4425/rro. 4752052. benefits: two-y.ar training allowancefor utilities Included for S5OO down.
782-3306. 3/3 Stchg 3/31 a sure, start plus comprehensive
473.3168.2Ichg 3/10-3/17 2'chll3/10-3/17 Payments S138 month. $12,900.
recommended. I ve lost 50 pounds. In education Constant ..m.pha.l. per
credible Fat Absorber. Free SUNDECKS BUILT wheelchair ramps, 7* PONTIAC STATION WAGON GRAND program. 12% APR over 20 years. (Larger
sheds, screened porches, etc, 496-3521 for a totally professional ape
SAFARI AT, AC windows, available with well
612642.1915, Icon 88-85 power ACREAGE Call for dates! acreages powerpole
LOSS WEIGHT SAFELVi New appetite after 5 p.m. 3/3 2tpd 3/10 locks, seat. Sl.095.473-4659. Itpd 3/10 preach. testing septic' tank. Call for details.)
1(904)752-5264.( ) 2tchg. 3/10
CARPENTRY additions
WORK remodeling .
control program, no drugs 100% decks, drywall, painting etc BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY GET PAID for reading books! $100. per
-- rust S 41,000 3/r.:
body speed. on 497-3305. :tIlt
no Ichg
money back guarantee. 30 day supply 'Quality work with low prices. T.n yrs. LANE 473-9236.1114 tfnchg. title Write PASE- C7IO. 161 S. Lin-
$49.95 plus $2 shipping Visa/Master. experience. 4731024. 3/10 3.chg3/24' motor other n.wpart., $1,2OO. TAKEOVER 10 ACRES beautiful wooded colnwoy, N. Aurora. II. 60542. Itpd. ,

Charge. Expedient Management Advancement 'WORKING MOTHERS will babysit In my 4733768. Itpd 310HOMES ranchland. Fish or hunt nearby NO 3/10 FOR SALE

Ann: 904.623-8082, Libby: home. Olin. Trailer Park ask for .

9O4-638-T094, 'fcan 88-90 Jnette.964-2286. Itpd 3/10 FOR SALE ie13962.0481,2tphd33ilpnancing.3sR.25A LAND FOR SALE ,STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storagespace
Bap. ? We hove 5x10 and 10x10 mini
R.V...'CAMPERS,, tist Preschool 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. All dayor den garage total I,800 sq. ft. HELP WANTED ,warehouses. Hale and Associates
after school 900 W. Madison St., $55.000. 3 acres, 2 ml. N. .orKeystone. ., -1-3-5 ACRE PARCELS 160 acre farm .'
TRAVEL TRAILERS 030469.3/10' Owner firm w/sm. d.p.. would make nice horse farm, low 496-3939 tfnchrg 1/7 ,
3/17 964-6722," license .2tpd 2640195. 2tpd 3/10-3/17 EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home down payment owner, financed. Ap- WASHER DRYER, refrigerator, freezer

Interior/exterior.. assembly work. Jewelry, toys and pro*. 1/2 acre, paved road with 2 and stove 'Call 4962090.,3/0.2tchg.
1988 28 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER rear BR. "
FT 4 avail. 3110'
:others. PT CALL TODAY I bedroom mobile home on SR18. Hale .
sleeps list $12,495. Real bargain at' estimates., For a heavenly fob at a'' FOR SALENEW t-SIII-459-3535 (toll-refundable) EXT and Associates. 4963939. lln/chg. HENS S3.: each. ,Good layers. Call F

$7.695. Also 25 ft. travel trailer priced righteous price,, call' 964-2051, 3/10 B3339-A 24HRS. 3tpd 2/25.3/10 12/31 ,. 4963913. Factory nests and feeders,

reasonable. $1750. Call 7829802. Itpd.' 4tpd 331ROOFING.. NEW ROOFS," tear-off and. SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG ,GET PAID for reading book11 $100.00 ,1.3 ACRE LOT One mile north of Maclenny also.
3/10 with three drawer desk. Left In per title. Write PASE-AI743. 161 S. llncolnwoy Well and cleared. S4 000
.......' 1987. 35 F'.. SELF CONTAINED patio recover. Work guaranteed. Call on CR23A.
.... Never used. N. IL 60542.
layaway I Balanc."lm. Aurora 4tpd down and Call43f.1064.
assume payments. WORK
door, roll out owning air. Must sell. 964-4331 after 2 p.m Free ..lIma'...
4737862. 2tchg 3/3-3/10 3/3-3/24.
58.650. KOA Campgrounds,, 301 South' 3/102tchg3/l7 OLDS OMEGA 1978, V-6, very good EXPERIENCED BBQ KITCHEN AND ALL Itpd.
of S ork. Itpd 3/10 condition; CHARGER 1974 440 eng. OTHER TYPE HELP Apply at Barbeque CLEAN YOUR HOUSE OR OFFICE
lob. 964-7452 or 964-5876. Itpd 3/10 LOSTFOUNDPEARLY
not running rebuilt transmission good Stop 1I.'ourant.4 mi. North of KH Windows, mopping, refrigerator
CHRISTIAN WOMAN for childrento
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES keep In her home.looking Lives in town body, as Is. FREEZER, upright works traffic light on SR 21 or call 473-4445 for vacuuming etc. "Spring Cleaning":

Kim. 964-2300. Itpd 3/10 ,good.: Brass queen bed and box spring appointment. Itchg 3/10 (gray color) COCKATIEl Tome, Colt Chiquita 496-2993 Itpd. 3/10
Will SIT WITH ELDERLY Hove ft mattress, very good condition; talks. Nome Is spooky. Small reward. SEWING AND ALTERATIONS Call

references. 4681890. Itchg 3/10 .. UPRIGHT BASE 1943 Kay Good: ONE YARD SALES' Lost Feb. 29. from 150 S.W. Sth Ave. 4962275. Itchg. ,3/10
STORE CHOOSE FROM: Jean/Sport- good condition; FOR RENT MH lot big t
I i swear Ladies, 'Mens, Large Slses, LAND FOR SALE ,and quiet fenced, utility shed
SA TUIIDAY 12th the
.March at
Petite. Dancewear/Aeroblc,' Bridal. 473-2658 after S p.m. 2tpd 3/3-3/10
Lingerie or Accessories Store. Brand. FOR SALE gloss chrome dining room AMERICAN LEGION POST on Highway ,
LOT $6.000.'Call after
IN CITY. 964-5764. of ,
; 21 North Stop light. Bring your merchandise
Liz Claiborne. Healthtex, Chaus Lee,; set six chairs. $175. 4734353. Itchg TO BE A
5, call 9645251.3/07 tin and table, also If
a you'
St. Michele, Forenza, Bugle Boy, Levi, 3/1'0
acres have anything you wish to donate to us
Organically Grown. Lucia Over 2000 ONI KING SIZE HEADBOARD Train to
pecan D9 a
.v.rallocollan., from $1,100/acre. for this sale call 473-2689 473-3826
: or
oth.... Or $13.99 One Price Or Mult) bed frames fit $70
with 2 twin site to ; '
with 1/4 mile Rd. 225 >
ACRES on county 'or 4734840. tchg 3/10.
Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe 1 new large mens golf bag $50; 2bikes ,
grade, 67000. terms GARAGE SALE Fri., Sat.,and Sun.. 5976
Store. 'Retail Prices unbelievable for 5-speed 1 mess, 1 women.; 1 SECRETARY TOUR GUIDE
with mobile home and barn. $35,500 or South Spring lake Rd. 9 am. 5 p.m.
shoes normally priced from two-whI..1 trailer, $100 I
top quality utility ;
$30,000 without MH. 10ACRES Country 31OGARAGE Start locally full Hmel
ttchg time/part
$19 $60. Over 250 Brand., 2600 condition AIRLINERESERVATIONIST
to apt size refrigerator good -
Club area, prime for subdividing, SALE Learn word
Moving. Everythinggoes. processing andrelated ]
styles, $17,900 to $29.900: Inventory. $75.1 Eureka extra belts and
Grand $48.700. 4.73 ACRES with 2,600 t.f. vocumn New and used .baby and childrenItems. [ secretarial skills. Home I
Airfare 2
Training Fixtures bags, good condition $35; piecesformicaSXB'
brick home on paved rood North ofLawtey Central heat and air*unit. Chain I Study and Resident Nat'l 11
15 Mr. Training.
etc. Con days. 475-1691. 1
Opening open .' ea. $30 Itchg Start Iocaftt'lull-timelpart.lIme.: train
$87.000. RALPH BRYAN REAL.TY link fence. Furniture. Kitchen items,
dquorters, L.H.I'. Fl.
Loughlin. ((612)) 8884228. Itpd 3/10 3/10
'....71. 3/3TF on live airline Home
etc. Hwy 100 toward Starke. Turn left AVAILABLE computer
TONING TABLES Sunal Prol..lonal35mm
1000 SUNBEOS. FOR SALE Nikon F-2 C
DO YOU LIKE TO SWIM, fish water ski orsit at Children's Farm Sign (across from study and resident/ training.
WOLFF Beds,,SlenderQuest drive. Includes .
Tanning SLR camera and motor FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE I Ie t'
I I and relax In a Garden of Eden? You about 1 mile left
Dump) on
$800.Bradford Financial aid
available. Job
Call for FREE
Passive Exercisers. t 50mm lens. Very well cared for. JOB PLACFl1ENT
do all of these when you purchaseo Saturday March 12 at 8:30 NO ASSIITAHCIJ
50% may : a.m. '
; catalogue. Save to. 4734035. Itchg 3/10 placement! assistance Nationalheadquarters.
canal lot beautiful Little Lake Santa -
on EARLY BIRDS. Itchg 3/10
18002286292. fcan 88-83 REMINGTON MODEL 10 12
gaugepump Lighthouse Point FI |
F. In Bradford County. 'Owner YARD SALE off 21S. In Geneva
...... Hwy
\4' $75,000t Large steel company 30" full choke, real turkey gun. THIHAtTSCHOOl ;
finance with little down payment. Call Lake Estates. Main rood. 16th house up A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL
dealers In Florida. Any type and size of 1504733768. Mod 3/10 --
,commercial steel building. sunrooms, 964.7451.3/3 4tpd 3/24, hill on right household goods, trailer -. 1-800-432-3004
13 ACRES In Pleasant Grove area. 2 BR bikes
John Deere Grass catcher, manyother
mobile home and
products neon signs.)
100% financing.800.4441663.. Icon, mobile home rental on property. FOR RENT OR BUY, Items to choose from. Saturday,
1 ,
88-89 Maney.making pecan trees: also pine, 9 a.m. until ?. Itchg 3/10

MOBILE HOME PARK on Grlffis loop. and cypress. 5 acres cleared. Great for FOR RENT OR RENT TO BUY 3BR, 2Bo. -...---- .... --............... -----_. ...- -- --
Acreage' for more mobile homes. ,horse farm vegetable form chicken $400 / mo. 2 ml. N., Keystone.: --- -- -

$38,000. Call after S:30 p.m., 964-8970 farm or Just great country, living. 264-0195.: 2tpd 3/10-3/17 Durrance Pump & Supply
or 9644480. 33TF'HUSANDWIFE 28000. Call after 5:30: pm., 9648970or ,

TEAM Unique oppor-, 9644480. 3/3 TFjo ,"v WANTED'' ''U'.$.'301 North,',861 N, Temple Ave., Stark.
tunity for local business. Management .. ACRES, Ga. line Rood. Keystone, corner ,

and sale ability necessary. $14,900 investment .' lot. $10.000. Call Phillip at 964-6433, ,OFFICE WORK WANTED experienced, Food StorM *W*" Drilling

plus small operating capital before 4:30 only. Itpd 3/10 .- mature, dependable lady. Nan' for store 964-7061
I Is now accepting applications *
11 PLUS ACRES 24000. *
Mel 404- 8.8198. Icon Owner Pomp |
Witt Plumbing
Contact. smoker. Part or fulltime. Reply P O. in retail
finance. 964-7771 or 964-45373/10 TFALTERATIONS manager. Experience
88-76 Box Florida
1507. Keystone Heights
PERFUME RETAILERS WANTED |lain, the '32656. Itchg 3/10 .. management: a must Salary ,
exciting world of Elenl 3 Perfumes. Ex negotiable. Benefits include monthly
cellent Write for ,In*
profit opportunity
'formation. P. O. Box 935 Deerfleld ,, paid vacation sick leave S FOR SALE

Beach Fl. 334430935. fcan! 88.82, profit sharing pension i plan 2p'

union. Must be willing to Fill Dirt Top Soil

LOST/FOUND F78bones long:odd hours if necessary and

., polygraph. Apply at the S A.S Large or Small Loads of LimerociT

POUNDS TRACTOR SEEDER'Call- 964-2497 Store Office. 2200 E. Duval St. Trqctor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

9645634. 3/3 4tpd 3/24 Lake City during business hours.'

964-6182'.964.5823.964-6095 JJ 'ti

David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

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Now'Taking Applications9/ CR 229 NW 28th St. Stark* 9646133rrmimiiiif 'Now taking applications for bedroom units These all- :

!3 BR Apartments. Starting at $200 electric units are spacious with lots of closet,space and all have

I. I CHcA .Fully Equipped Kitchen 'Cable Ready. wall-to-wall carpeting,, draperies and kitchen appliances On-

I 1530 W, Madison St. Mon.-Frl:S-5p.m.l +r+H .Newflaass'.1Yl.dosw) ? sit. laundry" facilities.' Rental assistance available for qualified

'", 964-6312' Equal! Housing Opportunity \ : Room Addltlou PaIad.. applicants.,
| Starke :
E-X Carport* New RoofSjelaM For application and Information

i :: [ON ALL ppf .Cut Brick er .Peel EadoeweiVU7l Please see us at Gt
: ::
BUILDIN6 NEEDS Wwk .: Siding 1005 SWtth Street

I'j Call Today! Lake Butler' FL 32054 _

STARKE HOUSING CENTERTION 964-6766 Or Call 4963141LaZBoy a.... _,

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.t.tI" ATT E HOMES of North BEAUTIFUL Florida .- .. : -

I"I"i' tt&* Corner Lafayette & Hwy.301. Starke -' > &a' ::1

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f Good selection of 2 and 3 bedroom EII son Wood Products Inc. ,

":' mobile borne Cypress Mulch and Pine BarkYou

f" From $995 to $1995 Pick-up or W. O.llvr DENMARK' La-Z-Boy ,.

"ii' We Also Have 434 W. Call Sfr.tt 411 W. Madistn Strtel9MSI26

flood' r is =odo.-" =:.adlfltloa Red Heart Cypress Lumber 1:00-5:30: : 9145127MF Sat 1:00 i 1:00it :

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US 301 South Starke 964-4174 964-6649



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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A>, low at HIRING Government jobs In your area
$14.99 p.r month. Call 964-6944. tfn J13.000-S68000. Call 602-8388885. ( ft
,NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 2 I.. 1 BA with 3-car garage Perfect for Ext. ,..93. 2/3 4tpd 2/24 LUMBER
Measures 24x31". 25 cents each.Great retired coupl. Easy walking distance EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home J
for patching end repalri. TELEGRAPH to new shopping center. $39,999. Call assembly work. Jewelry, toys, ethers. __ _
135 W. Call St. 9646303. 964.5606.30 tin fT PT avail. Call today -- -J.-.L.LL. i- i i-r- i
ALICIA HAY $25 a roll. AH hay under '%% ASSUMABLE en $32,000 3 BR. 2 1-318.439-3535 (toll refundable), ext.
barn, 7 mils from Stork. on Hwy. 16 bo brick veneer home with fireplaceand t-3377 24 hrs. 2/25 3tpd 3/10 For your painting
toward prl.on.'964-6167 or 783-3727. garage on 3 acre*.Beautiful home. :GET PAID FOR READING BOOKS! $100 7MILES SOUTH OF STARKE-HWY 301
Reduced United of ,
to $39,500. Realty
2/11TF 161 Lin
per title. Write ACE-C1M I, S. Inside Oufside
STEEL BUILDINGS. 40x75x12, $343 ft4Ox100.l" ; Starke, 964-8447 or 473-3627, 11/12 TF colnway. N. Aurora IL. 60542:!. 2/33 "or
BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath homeon 468.2624
$3.39 ft.: 50.100x16, $3 32 4tpd3/17
h..; 60x100x14, $3.05 It.) 70x100x14, your lot for $350 month Mack Mor PSYCHIATRIC ..N:. NEEDED: RN call: 964-4305
$2.90 h.i 100x100x12. $2.76 ft. Allied risen 1-904-733-3250 Please call col Specialist for evening and night shiftsIn
Steel I-800-635-4141. 4tpd 3/17 lect. 3/3 4tpd 3/24 ,, the medical and adult psychiatricunits. Treated Pine Yellow Pine ask for Henry Thornton (pr)
BICVCU PARTS n.w, BMX, tree style,,10, ,THREE BEDROOM 2 bath house with car. Requires 3 years RN experience,
peed, helmet' training wheels, rims, part on 4 acres of land. Some furniture which
1 of is In psychiatry Salary
ttands. 9646213. 3/3 2tchg 3/10 Included. 2201 'Sleepy Hollow Drive, range $10.27 to $13.67 hourly, depending Plywood Reverse Board Batting Paneling1 I Tie Board
ENCYCLOPEDIA IRITANNICAt compl.t. Storke. 964-6493 ask for Cit. 3/10 TF One GN
on experience. position
let, 1970 edition, white leather bin- COUNTRY HOME with 3 BR. on 9 acres., available. Contact Merriet Higgins, Porch Screening'Pressure Washing
ding, good condition, ,Includes 13x65 mobile home, workshop outbuildings Northeast Florida State Hospital, Mac. ,
3volum. Webster's Dictionary with 7 some fencing Over 400 ft. NOffOPENSOMEONIMlEATTHIlUMimAIlDWHENYOUCOMI '
clenny Fl. 32063 904-239-6311. ext.
frontage 100 East. 65000.. J
languages. $75. Phone 7823660. TFImCRA'TSMAN on Asking 113. 3/3 Stchg 3/31 Reilooringf'raiers

was working WOOD when LATHE last used, v.ry lathe old,'' FOR freshly 964.3938.SALE painted BY Itpd OWNER 3/10 In a 2 out.BR plush bungalow new, GENERAL Transport FREIGHT needs HAULING owner/operators., Commercial !8,3Oim:] til5 5OOpm: Mon.Fri f Sit900: Iii 1Z:00: Noon Reference AvaJIable I Life Long Resident

hand tools Included $50.,782-3660. TF- II you need training, we will train you.
tile, all kitchen amenities,
|m carpet You will operate your own tractor. If
DINETTE TAILS IL "6 CHAIRS Call washer dryer Included central heat you don't have one, Commercial Wyouforyourcal
964.5875 offer p.m. Itpd 3/10 large landscaped lot. By oppt. ,only. Transport offers a purchase program,
JS YARDS OP USED CARPET with waffle 31500., 964-3045 or 9646790. Itpd that we think Is one of the b..lln the

padding, light green color, good condi 3/10 Industry. If you are 21 Or over and think
tion. $50, 964,8791 or,964-7061. Itchg HOME FOR SALE by owner VAossumoble call for
you may qualify a complete '., .
3/10 loan. $1500 down. Call t. : .
'formation packog. Call weekdays.
: ,
NORGf DELUXE FREEZER:. 18 It,,,,good 964-4019. Itpd 3/10 Toll Free 1-800-348-3147, ask, for \ ..
.. 9646529. 3/10
Itchg Operator 97. Commercial Transport I.a Is
PROM DRESSES like n.w, half price, combination attached'carport with division of northAmerlcan Van Lines 'n.
sizes 10, 11, -assorted colors. Call utility, yard/workshop. 32000. a Norfolk'Southern Corporation subsidiary -
9646639 Itpd 3/10 964-6339. Itchg 3/10 .
Icon 88-78 I *
NM fce IMM'O
LIFT CHAIR excellent condition. ,$275. TRUCK DRIVERS Pool. Truck Line offers
9645876. Itpd 3/10 brick home In exclusive country club $23 a mile to start to OTR drivers with
ATTENTION TURKEY HUNTERS H ft R 10 area Price negotiable. Call for details, of verifiable employment
shotgun with shells, model 176.' 373.8312 days or 964.B809. Itpd 3/10 one year
gauge with on. employer, Yearly Increases
30 Inch barrel $100 H&R 410 topper and excellent benefit package. WATSON REALTY CORP.

junior model 88, $50. Row and oc BOATS Drivers with less than one year experience .
cessorles. left handed White Tall Poole Driver
may apply as a
Hunter, 45-70 pounds, COMO. $80. Trainee or for the Poole Driver Training '' : REALTORS
.96.2612 alter 4 p.m. It 3/10 1917 PROCRAFT 1510 fish and ski boat. School. Apply In person. Pool. Truck I', '','': '. '"
GOOD ,OLD REAL WOOD FURNITURE ,55 hp Suzuki PT and PT'' M.rcury Line 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pensocola. Fl. "
from two estates. Some antiques pric- Thruster II trolling motor foot control 1.800-2235000 EOE.
ed to ..II. by appointment. Call FromRossano. classic custom drive-on trailer. Top for Icon 88-80 the
473.4816 or' 475-1678 home, boot many extras. Call evenings after EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY I Assemble "t Serving Keystone Heights, J '
3/10 4tchg 3/31 5 p.m. 9648950. Itchg 3/10 ,
products at home.Call for tnformalion..504.641.8003 -, '
SEARS RIDING MOWER 10 hp.' $340 orbest BOAT MOTOR i TRAILER 15 ft. Chopparollowrld.r Starke
.xt..9579.(3110 Melrose and
offer.:Good condition. 9647955. 85 hp Johnson Motor, '4tpd 3/31 area.
,533.3805. 3/3 2tpd
Itpd 310ROWING Highlander
PIANIST NEEDED Full Gospel Church In,I
bike, like 3/10
MACHINE exercise
51 ark.. Call 964-8792. before 10 p.m.>
16 FT. BASS BOAT 115 hp Yamahq out
n.w" $100 each Call 782-3570.: Itpd :
3/10 board foot controls, trolling motor Itpd 3/10 IIX' }g>: ,Lake Front Homes f, Lake Lots !j
CLERK Full days. Clerical
._ I.R. : fume: jperience
REGULATION SIZE' POOL TABUt excellent = LCR and many other extras Coll
condition. Royal Manual 473-7663 after 5 p.m.ltpd 3/10, Hospital required.Hand Apply'Center tom SR I 100 lakeButler ft Home 'Acreage;and Mobile 'Homes,

Small black ft .white TV.
typewriter 121. lake Butler, Fla 9044913333.
964 5630. 3/10 ,
EOE. 3/10 .
LUMBER FOR SALE: pine, treated pine HELP WANTED,
7 mils South of Stork. ,
plywood; on .
elderly lady. 964.5865 after 6pm.Itchg
301. Now open 1:3.5( p.m., Mon-Frl. -
Sat open '.12 noon. Stephen Smith ..N.'si, full and PRN position available. 310PARTTIME HELP, NEEDED for deliveryand 473-4816

Lumber,,468.224. We may be some Med/Surg. experience preferred. Paid counter. Apply In Vito'sPizza
distance from,the phone. Please let time off program. Apply to Lake Butler person
105 Edwards Rd Itpd 3/10
/: phone ring 8 times. Itchg 3/10 Hospital Hand Surgery Center, SR 131 B AVON REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED lull
100. Lake Butler Fla. 904-496-2323,
RED FORMAL PROM DRESS size 10 $60.: EOE. 3/10 3tchg 324MIDDLE time or part time Unlimited oppor
Also 72 Ford tunities. For' Information call
p. porting out Pickup.
AGE LADY live In nice home,
.964-238. 3/1 GTF u : Ramona. 782.3068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31
HOTPOINTREFRICERATOR: Used. 25 ft. help. care. for elderly.' Call 964-4546 for WATKINS-FAMOUS for extracts, ipices. -- ---- -- ....., --. "
"""" ', troll-I $$*> -'"' 73-7707. Itchg !J/10 InloMMrtion Itpd. 9>4O etc., needs dealers' part/full time. High
f Itl' USED HOTPOINT WASHER: ,4 yrs old. expanding prolits. 7823068 Lowtey. 2/18 4tpdELECTRICIANVOCATIONAL ,
In Starke. Full time positionsIn
$150. "737707Ilchg 3/10 'INSTRUCTOR -
GE PORTABLE DISHWASHER,nice, used management and sales.$15.000 plusIf III: F/C, position 04694. Available' CARPET
qualified., Port.11m. position In SALE
$150. 4737707. Itchg 3/10 ,telemart and sales. Potential $100-$150 J for highly qualified Individual with ofleast
100% FINANCING size three In electrical
Any or shape per week. Interviews Friday. 3/11 onlyat yrs. experience
steel building complete turnkey |lob. work, Prefer someone with supervisory .
the Econo Lodge. 1101 N. Temple
All.. buildings meet or exceed SBC All experience. Selected applicant 00 DAYS SAME AS CASH
Ave. Inquire In lobby, I 11 a.m.-4
blueprints and anchor boat drawings EOE. Itchg 3/10 p.m. 'will .be teaching Inmates electrical FINANCING AVAILABLE
furnished 1-800-444-1663 Icon 88-88 skills while ql
CHRISTIAN, WOMAN to do light maintaining Institution '
STEEL BUILDINGS FACTORY OUTLET facilities and Involved '
In various construction
housework and watch two childrenafter
Eliminate dealer. markup. 25x28 prelects. Salary range Is 8Nr
school In home. References required -
$3.061; 32x48--$3,342; 39x60--$4,421i Call 782.3008 after 3pm. and Sl".m to $24,403with excellent OUR OLDS
.2x6.980. Buildings Include Industrial weekends. Itpd 3/10 benefits package. Qualified applicantsmust
sliding doors. Call toll free EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES NEEDED Apply ,submit a completed State of The Finest
BOO-6685106.. Standard Steel Icon Florida
employment application not
at Econo Lodge, Starke. Mon-Frl,
88-75 6-10 Ask for later than Mor, 28, 1918 to: PersonnelManager. /4 ,
a.m. or 5p.m. Maggi.fItchg -
HALF PRICE I Fantastic deal. ,Our bestlarge 310WAREHOUSE Union Correctional /Institu*' 'D/F' "

/ flashing arrow sign $299. HELP NEEDED High School lion, P.O. Box 221, Ralford Fla. 32083.
Lighted non-arrow $289. Unlighted education and drlv..llc.n.. required. 904-431-1212, ext. 202. An Equal Op, '
$249. Free lettert. See locally. Call to- portunity/Affirmative Action CarpetArmstrong f3va Z'
Apply In person at Teal Tile" 131 N.Cherry /o :
day. Factory direct I-8OO-423-0163 :
St. !Itchg 3/10 Employer. 3/10 2tchg 3/17 1099
onytI.... lean 88.77 O.., R N.. P.R.N. position available In'' yd.

.eece.cceeeee.e.......... progressive hospital specializing In' .
reconstructive, plastic, hand 'tmlcroturgery.
't>...."." 0
Med/Surg. experience '
NEW CLOTHES : ., .. ,, '
required. Apply to Lake Butler Hospital Solarium H" ..
: WASHER : ,$100 REWARD Hand Surgery Center, SR 121 e 100. carpet
Lake Butler, Fla.,9O.c-96-2323" EOE, I
Large Capacity GE : For any information 3/10 31chg 3/2. In stock

$349.95 : (acting to recovery, of TOP NOTCH SECRETARY/Adminlslratlve
Assistant needed. Computer experience ,
: Huntley Redfearn : stolen' sterling silver diamond a plus. Long hours required at' reg. $22.99 '

: Services ,: ring around Feb.. times. Respond In writing to; Fla.
Blueberries. 'Inca Rt. 1. Box 613.'
: 904-473-7707 : 29 or March'1. Waldo Fl. 3269..3/10 3tpd 3/17 - -

e.e..seesecc.e.eae.see... Picas call 96.<<.5762 LADY OR MARRIED COUPLE Dependable '

with any"n'ormation. good character to maintain STA11I'RELEASE '
home and care for elderly lady. Live In -
ANIMALS & PETS If possible or work week days Credentials -

FOR SALE required. Call 431.1376 days or '
'_ 431-1046 or 431-1379, nights, }Hchg. .}

more, one Toro wheel mower. Call '
Kris 964-6934.,.TFmf CARPET
FREE PUPPIES mother border collie, dad NOW HIRING -
??, Fenced yards or country homes only. InaUIUd' 4 _
Call Bruce or Becky 964-6078 or g '

'964.8179., HpdSIOARCTIC ,---' Now Accepting ApplicationsFor w/paddlng. ,

Fiberglass Boat Manufacture

'Dame-Whliper'Je&FOR SALE Apply' Person Only. 999 yd.,

Registered Appendix Griffis & Sons FiberglassU.S. ,
22 Mo. Old-GreenBroke ,

',Call 496-2164

After 7 p.m. North off Starke 1 CARPET"REMNANTS

Albert Andrews .

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Don't I Buy YOU'VE, from 99 NO-WAX

w sq.' 299 '

yai'VINYL yd.

CLASSIFIED -- -- ---- - -- -- -- - -

nY' thing. "
Financing Available i

All f ';Telegraph, ,Union County, Times,

:or"., Lake J : "Region); Monitor'' ,Classified' TEAL TILE'' &CARPETl!

4,, < f' 7 'FREE: :the:
,Ads.Run; ; in ',
' ;";".l'i' 131 N. Street Starke .
= ; Blrdw Dog Shopper : Cherry
,}y"" ',' ? ", .. : .I 1 ,

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Jeanne Carter'pled guilty littering Kerry Harry'Fisher pled no con T -r tsT
from page 13 ; dismissed. test battery; fined $127.50, Salvation VYOHUwa
Donald Robert Glen pled no con- Parsley's
Joanna Mannz Army supervision six months,
pled guilty no tag
test possession of freshly killed deer violate no laws, no contact with VIC- StridePxeRootcd
on mobile\ home produce valid tag,
dismiss. during closed season; $50 tim.Haywood It Glides><
Vernon Richard Goodwin costs, Keith Brazed pled no .
pled Ronald C::, Purvis pled no contest contest child abuse; Salvation Army Ctnttr
[guilty NVDL; six months probation '
of freshly killed deer during
Salvation Army 50 possession supervision six months, !50 hours
supervision: closed season; $50 court costs. community work, remain gainfully Grace
hours community work, violate no St. Augustine Plugs
Rober Minor Kroenert pled no employed,
stay away from other
laws, violate no rules of school, at.
tend contest possession ot freshly killed juveniles violate no laws.
excuse every, obey day parents.unless havedoctor's deer during closed season} $50 court Leonard Neal Mcelhenny pled no

James Thomas fompkins,Jr.:pled( costs. contest possession of alcohol under
OWLS valid Delbert Wayne Kilgore pled guilty 21 and child abuse, contribution to '
guilty produced
; attempt take deer with gun and delinquency of minor; six months
license to, $50 court
costs. pay Irght j, $50 court costs. probation Salvation Army,50 hours 388
Howard U Leon Hampton pled work Tray of 18 plugs
Tompkins pled guilty expired tag, community $50 court costs, --
produced valid tag, $50 court costs.i ,guilty possession less than 20 grams stay m school unless doctor excused. ,/; fS'\ plants: 50 sq ft* .
$50 court costs Salvation Thomas Kevin v ,
Mary C Harvey pled guilty expired marijuana; Lmzy pled no contest ,
tag on mobile home; produced Army supervision, 50 hours possession of deer without sex '
valid dismissed. community work violate no laW!. identification; six months Salvation ;. ,
tag ,. beautiful short bladed Is ideal for
Lucmda Nugent Hamilton charged Neil Bass pled guilty bonfires In Army supervision. 50 hours com- i This grass ,
with no:,tag on mobile home,; ,woods; Salvation Army supervision, munity, work, 500 work essay on why .\\r.: : .renovating your old lawn, filling in bare areas or
dismissed. Violate no laws. 25 hours community Game and Fish laws, should be ft'' .
work. upheld. ,. >. converting to a St Augustine lane without sodding.It .
Earl RIchard pled
Harvey guilty
failed to renew tag;'produced valid. .,r U, has putstanding color spreads quickly, is shade'tolerant

tag, dismissed. and coldl1ard .
Karen M. Corcoran pled guilty .I.E. MILLIGAN Accounting Service : '

driving$625 under, license Influence,suspended(DUD;fIve'tined Bookkeeping '& Income Tax Preparation .:c&I Plugger ,Tool Available for,Rent or Purchase

years attend DUI school Salvation: Serving the area ,since 1970
Army supervision one year, ten daysin 116 N. 'Walnut St. I /' o/rno I Next f owPost Office, ,,1MB -f99
Corcoran 'charged with 'DWLS;, TOn bulbs
'case dismssed. Ideal for planting Pursley Plugs, plants

Irvin Lane Carter pled guilty GUI I.. .
fined ,$625, license suspended SIX. \ AZALEA'S'BULBS
months, 50 hours community work, \ ,DAY ,ONLY' & & CALADIUM
attend OU1 school,, Salvation: Army Favrorite
supervision one year. ,W' ; .
John Arthur 17th 11.00 to 1 1.00 and 2 00-00pm .. vColoxf
Bryan pled, guiltyrefusing Thursday,March : : : : >trta "LLln ,
to accept and sign summons .' 10 or more
One of America's most In Portrait Photography Is
Assorted '
; $101.25. A.
Bryan charged with OWLS; making available this fantastic! Life Size Portrait Valuel Color 25* ea'dozen ,.. .
dismissed. leach:
George L. Pinkney charged with 3 'Beautiful Color If weeds area problem 239'
DUI; dismissed: Use GRO-TONE '
less than 10: 2.19 ea

,Misdemeanor Court Portraits For 'WEED & FEED '

James Bentley pled 'guilty 89 I BLOOMING ANNUALS 4-6PK
criminal mischief;; six months probation premiumJjlantfoodPIUllrong< It
Salvation Army supervision, $ 95 ) color 6 6
attend,alcohol abuse program, '$50, 6 .Plus $1.00Sit1ing "Md some Spring now
court costs.'violate no laws.Dewey'C.lDougherty Fee w J% If you don't have weeds '
; pled no con.) ,
.test battery Salvation: Army supervision -; Use GRO-TONB ROSEBUSHES LANDSCAPE
,.' 25 hours community, work, ,One Life Size ; ,
,$50 court costs, no contact with. VIC-, PLANTS
tint.' ''.16Jjy:20; : PBLLETS'1099.
Joel E.;Sheridan pled guilty 1 gal cans < C '
Plus"Two 8x10'sBust 1 for lawns gardens f ) )
possession alcohol by person under'2J h 1004. .ftDELIVERY '.,
ageanr "
; six months Savlation Army Vignette Semi-Glossy Finish 10 _aLeach,
supervision SO hours community Of a """ al
'work, violate no laws, curfew'. 10' Ail portraits'pay only and Bu N[ BloomSPREADING more
p.m..each night $2.95 down $4. balance' 1 |less than 10.T.$2.49 each
Timothy Allen Walters. pledno when proofs are shown'No 2 gal size ,
costs contest, drinking ':in public; $50 court FEE, 2 00 only 579' Boxwood Red Tip'
area only
Randall E, Vantasset pled no con- appointment needed.: No age limit. Minors must bring a 2 bas aalalaaaaa ai' bas and others
test possession drug paraphernalia;. parent ,to be photographed and to see proofs. All customersare
'six months court' probation,violate required to select from proofs In person. Limit one specialper FLORIDA PEST CONTROL'S
no laws. family, FAMILY .GROUP $3.00 EXTRA., tosmit OUR SERVICE -,
,Robert E,'"flger"',Jones charged > CENTER t MAKESDS ''j d
wltb.CJ'.u1Unal.mischief disorderly, CONTROL LAWN & GARDEN DIFFERENTIMPLETE ".

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different .. Donald and Shirley Norman' new modular home .. prepared for The modular home, purchased: finis John Brown In Key.tone 11...ighls,,did not The new home >*Ings free of its old foundation, ready to transported to the I
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big move to IUUcret Etc. In Keystone Height delay the original foundation turned out to new homcwlle. '
be four feet too thort.

' 1 >. Traffic Court FinalsThe
:a Attention!!!
following cases received final ty driving while license suspended violation of restriction on driver's Jimmy L. 'Jones: produced, ,valid .... SNAPPER
'disposition March 1 before Judge OWLS). lined $158.25. license; produce valid license and be tag mobile home; dismissed, SNAPPER OWNERS
George H. Pierce in Bradford County Herschell Fred Wheeler pled guilty dismissed! or pay 10125. & .. Traffic.. 11KHANOIHOUSE ALL AMERICANSPRING PreSeasonToneUp
Traffic Criminal Court. DWLSfined $101.25. -e. Page "
Wheeler pled, guilty expired tag; SAVINGS '
David Harman Pierce pled\ guilty $50 court costs. PORTABLE BUILDINGS

expired tag; given six months.court Timothy Allen Walters pled guilty Special
,probation. DWLS; fined $153. NO DOWN PAYMENT ,Act now to get the best value,
Pierce pled guilty no valid driver's Robert Demps pled no contest no yet on Americas number one ,
license (NVDU); six months court tag on' mobile' home;, ,six months Good Selection to Choose From, choice in .rear engine, riding'' Free pick-up and

probation, concurrent with above:) ,court probation. \'We'also have_ C&C Mini-Storage, Facilities .iii mowers: 'delivery on all
,James Bradley Strobley pled gull, Howard Leon Hampton pled guilty I
Hwy 301 South FREE ATTACHMENT: Buy! a' Snapper riding I

964-8848 Hi-Vac Rider at the regular, 'mowers-Now thru
retail price'and get a Single'
I. Obituaries .. Bag Catcher or Dump Cart 'I. April :1, 11188

FREE. pr 50% off' a Twin Bag' *'

Card of ThanksThe rency officiating. Interment was in Catcher or Bag-N.Wagon'"' e Clean Mower

Nolan Ridge Cemetery in Maxville ((28" or.33" models EIAnd) ", Blade
family of Elizabeth Thornton I under the direction ot Jones Funeral NO DOWN PAYMEN Sharpen
Combs would like to express their Home of Starke low monthly payments with Clean Air Filter,
deep and heartfelt thanks for all expressions SNAP-CREDIT. Change Oil
.,,, ol sympathy extended JfJH'-A
------.lam\lY.: and friends, during their o Mr..George GriffisMr. 'nte See your SNAPPER dealer during a, Change Spark Plug

-" rWaTerneM*. VVords'CTemaelequSTe-' ., George Onlfis, 77;of Starker" SNAPPER'S All American, 41 Create All Fltlngi

to express our gratitude for your, died Friday r. Mar. 4?at St. Luke s Restaurant' Spring Savings, Ii., Tighten All Nat ft Bolts.
prayers cards, visits, food, and all ,Medical Center in Jacksonville .
I \ Lube Throttle
the beautiful flowers. It all meant so following a brief illness. j Mandarin & Szechuan It...__ siZb..4il' LinkageAdJuitBr.keilcBelt
much to us. Born and raised in Bradford County SNAPPER.. s:-..
We would like to especially thank he was the son of the late Sammyand 1900 N Temple $tarke. Florida 32091 45. ="l Adjust Carburetor
Dr. Steven Roak, Rev. David Lissie Griffis, former pioneer dve.dflgoaWh+atws .'
Service Tires Ic
& Rev. W.T. & TO-RENA MOTELFor Battery
Hodges family, Laney residents'of Bradford County He @ '
family, the, nurses and aides in was self.employed as an auto'' reservations'or, take ,out orders call: 9S4-763t "
Emergency 'and SICU, at Alachua mechanic and was a member of the
General Hospital.The Old Congregational Methodist $
Combs & Thornton Families Church. ,2995

Ed, Marcie;Agnes Survivors include four daughters
Alice, Dick & ElbertMr. Mrs. Annie Mae Thornton and Mrs. ,

I Lucille Hardenbrook, both of Starke, MONDAY FRIDAY riaiPirtl
Rufus Brown Mrs. Sharon Foster of Jacksonvilleand Lunch: 11 pm tit 2:30: pm
Mr. Rufus A. Brown. 82, of Lake Mrs. Fay Gntfis of Jacksonville
Beach three sons Nick Griff and Dinner: 4:30: til 9:30:
Genevf, died Thursday. Mar. 3 in Authorized
North Fla. Regional Medical Center Larry Gnffis both of Starke and Ray Saturday; 4:30: til,9:30 FREE You Factory

of Gainesville following a long il- Sam Griffis Griff of Jacksonville of Starke; two brother sisters, Lunch Sunday;, 12 noon til 2:30: ''Single'' Bag 'Catcher Ftrti' 4 Service Dealer

lness. McDaniel and 'Dinner 4:30: til 9 retail value $149.95
Born Sept 24, 1905 in Charlton,. Mrs. Essie Victoria -
Mass,.Mr Brown moved to Lake Cadle both of Marfcej nine Dump Cart
Geneva in 1972 from ',Arlington, grandchildren and four great grand- retail value $199.95 STARKEPOWER
Conn. Mr Brown was a past master'of children.
Funeral services were conducted
Charleston Grange 92 and a
machinist for United Aircraft" : Tanner 7 at the Chapel of Archie 50 %' OFF
Funeral Home with
Survivors include his son, Ronald t
Brown of North Brookfield, Mass. Rev Neil Starling officiating. Burial 1 Twin Bag Catcher I '
Local services will be by crema- .was in Crosby Lake Cemetery with retail value $269.95BagNWVagon ,
,Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
bon with burial at a later date in
Westndge Cemetery in Charlton, ,Starke in charge of arrangements. retail value $389.95 EQUIPM' '

Mass. ,Jones Funeral Home of I
is In ,charge of ar k'I
Keystone SATISFIED SNAPPER USERS., 438 S. Walnut 5 tar
rangements.In loon
lieu of flowers, donations shouldbe :19.95 Raised, ;Print .1 HURRY: OFFER] ENDS..SOON.] 964.8568FASHION (
made to( the Building Fund of.
Keystone United Methodist Church. Business Cards Letterheads .

Mr. Julian King''Mr. Envelopes ''Announcements'' .

Keystone' .. Julian Heights W',, died King,Monday 92, 'of Thank. you Cards' .. Certificates : STOP

Mar. 7 In Center North'of Fla.Gainesville RegionalMedical ,. 'NO ONE IN'"TOWN-IS"FASTER- Models of the Week:

,following Born Feb.a brief 23, 1896 illness.In Morven, Ga.. ,Rubber Stamps, Forms, 'Flyers too! I B HS "JAZZ TEAM"""

Mr.King moved to Keystone in 1955
from Jacksonville He was a .

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tractor since moving to, Keystoneand .s. ., Jra glrti .
a retired foreman with the, : .... .i'. ; PI on your

Parks ville. Dept. of the City of Jackson- ENGRAVING f.J v ) 9 ': lupirlor rating

Survivors include I his son, William .... it contitt.ThiJmtiim.

W King of Keystone; two grandchildren t .& TROPHIES \ ,
William King of Keystoneand
Terry King of Nashville tenn.;' ';! t will look great
and four great-grandchildren.. S.'k trill spring
Funeral services will be ,held a cotton
Thursday. Mar. 10 at 11 a.m..with ,.L S375 C.R. 352 1 '
Rev. Leamon Ward officiating. td I' i ., piitiljiekiti
Burial will be in Oakland Cemeteryof I Keystone Heights, FL326S6 Waycross, Ga.under the direction e'
of Jones Funeral Home of Keystone. '4i 4 wpuniiind ,
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Mrs.Margie MosleyMrs. (904) 473-3671' : 'to match!

Margie( Padgett Mosiey, 76, Promotional Items Engraving SpeciahieS'for Advertising v
of Starke. died Tuesday, Mar. 1 in
,Gainesville Nursing Center following : TROPHIES, ,COUNTER SIGNS

Born July 29. 1911 in MaxvlUe, '
Mrs. Mosley moved to Starke in 1985 RIBBONS PLATES

from Green Cove Springs. She was a GIFT CERTIFICATES NAME BADGES *f! tih. i .
homemaker and attended Congregational MEDALS KEY TAGS .
Holiness ,Church in Green -
Cove Springs.
Survivors include her brother, Ivy BUTTONS LICENSE PLATES STOP

Padgett of Middleburg; three MAGNETIC AUTO SIGNS LUGGAGE TAGS 452'N. Temple Ave. Starke
sisters, Bernice Harris of Starke. Pa
Eva Bawling of Green Cove and NAMEPLATESOOORPLATES CUSTOM SIGN FRAMES across from High SchoolVliaMasttrcardLiyaway Ing

Josephine Roberta Middleburg ENGRAVED SIGNS 9 64.5772
and ricea
and many nieces nephews. DESOLATES 'High
Funeral services were held Friday Monday Saturday _

Mar, 4.witn Rev. Ronnie Sur-


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