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 17, 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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Cold .gaan this morning? butt/ may be the last freeze of the Stawbary ro,....,. ,''.. .,4.f".
season. temperatures will reach the 60's today".little warmer' Spa,,".. . . . . ,.7r1oA
than yesterday. 04

A Warming trend IS expected to continue WIth possible. showerS sEctiON ar' 12 'a,.. : /J 1) rr-r i

Friday night or Saturday morning. Co-op Annuof, M.... . . . ..
Sunday should see clearing Skies, and cOOler temperatures'but' N.w. ." .... . .. . .2.....
no danger 01 frost.

Rainfall for Mardi, recorded at the three lire towers: Santa t'e, A"'lq"NwdStartonotlonas Show . . . .s. 107770 e00 0Q ti/Il/ Jkiht
3.60; New River, 2.81 and LouIS Hill, 2.57. 'the 30 year average rainw.. Clo..ift.d" . . . ..... OUNC3( l r BR A RY r &' ,

fall for March Is 3.96 Inches. Ar.a Daoth.. . . . . .f' UNIVERSITY OF FLORID: v.....
'New moon, Friday, March 18. Mc. uylr show. . . . tos '
time will change Easter Sunday. ,April 3. Move clocks ahead one S.'lc........ . . . 10., Tht ( / ..- Qa V@n,
hour. Saturday night, April 2. Nurslny Groduat.., . . In GA t NESV t L L.L: !* FL 33611-: .Y'J'.J., spy

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"WorthOn Wpting Hazardous Waste Site Selection Set This Morning I

The final site selection for Florida's hazar- ,of city and county boards and other organizations A Mandell, of Longwood, has agreed to move mg couiu oe completed in one day, without the
Arms. dous' waste treatment plant is scheduled to may challenge the ERC decision. These the hazardous waste site hearing up on the need for the public to return on Friday.
Bearing : .,, 'take place at a 9 a.m. public hearing today challenges could trigger court action, an en- 'agenda from the last item to first place Thursday Busses were scheduled to leave from the
A program and forum on the (Thursday, March 17) in Jacksonville., vironmental lawyer said morning at 9 o'Clock The change was TG&y parking lot In Bradford Square at 715;;
Right to Keep and Bear Arms is set However there is a possibility that the ERC made ,at the request of John Kopelousos, a.m. this morning ( Thursday, In time to beat
today ( Thursday March 17)) from, .(Environmental Regulation Commission) Statewide Interest... Orange Park attorney, for a time certain in the hearing site in Jacksonville for the 9
3-5 p.m. at the Lawtey Correctional may take the highly controversial and emotional Indicating the statewide interest arousedby which to make a presentation opposing the .a.m. opening. All persons in Bradtord, Union
Institution framing Building. issue under advisement and delay the this issue a staff member of a Florida en- Clay County site (Camp Blanding) in behalf and the western part of Clay County were In-
Sponsored by the Florida Council final decision' until ERC's regular. April vironmental, publication said Tuesday that of the Clay County Development Authority, vited to ride the buses,
on Crime and Delinquency, the pro- meeting in West Palm Beach more telephone calls had been received concerning Chamber of Commerce, and other groups. Claude (Buddy) Revels is presenting the
Paul Mandell the time at 9 case for the Bradford and
gram will feature Gary replied, setting a.m. delegation will
the hazardous
After waste facility than
the final site designated The
Moody Gainesville attorney; But is any Thursday, It is assumed that delegationsfrom outline some mistakes made by DER and its
Informed other controversial topic in the two
Bessent Starke attorney and Telegraph is that ERC legal stall the founded years Bradford and Union County will be, consulting firm, Roy Weston, Inc., m, the
was Concerning
will and publication
document -
Waylon Clifton, chief of police In prepare a signed the heard in regard to the UCI and FSP sites after siting process, as well as valid reasons why
executed to Governor Press eventual outcome the
with the
copies spokesman
Gainesville the Clay County presentation. the treatment plant should hot be located near
of Florida and .spokesman cryptically stated "It
dent the Senate, Speaker of the ain't over the two prisons In Bradford and Union Coun
S.Fe Cemetery House, outlining reasons for their selection. yet.
After this there will be a 14-day grace period, May Last Only One Day..., ties.Zoning and Landfill Director Darren
,Annual election of trustees for during which the public, as individuals, along Agenda Scrambled.' .. If this, procedure is followed. there is UNeal, will present the case lor Bradford
the Santa Fe Cemetery Associationis with environmental groups, representatives In a surprise move, ERC Chairman Robert 'speculation,that the two-day scheduled hear- County, :
set today ( Thursday, March 17),
at 730; p.m., Hampton City Hall. .

Antique Show..,, .. ,
5 :Bosses Difficult
The sixth,annual Antique Show
and Sale, sponsored by the Starke'Woman's
Club, Is set March 17-20
at the Bradford Fairgrounds on 1'.
US-301 north of Starke. c

Hours: 5-8 p.m. 'thursday, March But $50 Raise Helus
11; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat.,
March 18-19, and noon to 5 p.m. 1af
Sunday, March 20. .
Tickets: $2. Purchase at: C. of f

C, Stump's,,The Beautique, Chas Working for five bosses has many scrambling to correct the problems. :O'Neal:/ who agreed to handle the inquiries -
tains Jewelry Merle Norman's and difficulties, and Bradtord commissioners First on the list were, roads with through the March rush in
.from Woman's Club members. had to ease the pain ot Road water across them where residents. ,hopes they curtail after that. Other,
The Junior Women will host a Department Supertmdent ''J.B.. ,could not,get in or out., Wise, his ottice will require an additicnal -''
Coke,wagon throughout the show;, Crawford with. a $50,per week raise employee whose primary duty
last week. Waste Assessments.... would be to answer such Inquiries.
r Demo Committee.Members .;,, i"Jl yd. The veteran road chief had 'requested committee' ,, composed of Property "We'creating a burcracy said

of the Bradford County' to step down to a regular Appraiser Jimmy 'Alvarez, Chairman Mosley.
Democratic Executive Committee county Road Department'' assign., fax Collector Esther Halt, clerk's
will meet at 5 p.m. Friday March ment of driving the service truck, if oil ice employee Shelley Bowen, and, QR-10 (trans ter.4.?
18, in the conference room of SFCCJj he could keep, his present ,salary chaired by Commissioner Joe Hid-: Percy ,
Starke Center. Chairwoman Jewell. Working for the commissionerssince ,dick was 'appointed to 'work on 'Moody'IIChalrman( ; ol the'
Brown urges all members to attend single member districts were changes in the waste assessment ordinance. county Fire,Council passed on the
reinstituted two almost request of the\ t'lreCouncil to
years ago is .
the which the election
meeting, in
'of delegates to the upcoming national impossible because each commissioner The board plans to tighten up rules\ transfer QK-10, the short run
convention in Atlanta will be thinks his request should take, for' using the landfill, set up.a emergency truck based at the EMS.-
discussed. r priority, Crawford told commis- method of keeping track of each' building In Starke, to Brooker.
sioners. They chuckled, and agreed method of Commissioners tabled the request.
t x lEt>S + **tt user, a correcting errors,
Crawford is 'and for further study
correctCommissioner to
BUS Alumni... increase charges on producers
t( Maxie Carter, new- of large quantities of refuse,
The BHS'Alumni Association wilt ly' appointed commissioner in Changes in assessments and deletions Asst. Fire Chief,..
meet at 6:30: p.m, Monday, March charge of the Road Department\ ol some 500 parcels of land The county' in violation of slate
21, Bradford Family Restaurant. said he'd started a list of jobs to be from the assessment list were, law by the lack of an assistant lire

. Public invited.Drug k t completed, but that nobody had put reported by Solid Waste Supervisor. .chief Director. Chapman, told com-
'" anything on the list. The commissioners -' ,Darren O'Neal. ,missioners. '
Free'Meet... A agreed to begin listing their Commissioners agreed once a bill Chapman said it tan be an unpaid
The Bradford County Drug Free 17 jobs on a sheet posted in the Road is paid it is final, that the county cannot position filled by someone on stalf
Schools group, Families Against Department oftice, and to allow come back' change the assess- Chairman Mosley asked Ally
Drugs, will meet at 7:15: p.m. rues Supt. Crawford to choose the order'of ment during the same year but must Green to interpret the state I law.
t completion. wait until the following ear to madea
day March 22, in the Starke Ele.
Crawford promised to take care of change. O'Neal cited one case in SC Trip Approved...
Library. The Cookie Pushers. real emergencies first. The, which the county charged less thanit
Planning will continue for the Commissioners approved re-
,Just Say No Week set for May 9-14. Girl Scout cookie handlers come lit all ages. Amanda Looney has been ''superintendent told commissioners, should, and asked commissioners quest for Solid Waste,'Supervisor;
All interested. persons are urged to helping on cookie delivery day for several years and she is only' four. however that almost every call his ,how to handle,the correction. O'Neal to accompany Chamber of
:attend Cookie chairman for Hampton Troop ;31 is Patty McCullough. department receives is classified as "We made the mistake. Correctthe Commerce\ ,officials to South
The Annual Cookie Sale under way now serves as a fund raiser, as wellas an emergency by the caller. bill next year," said Commis- Carolina to Inspect a hazardous
'Medical Topics... an opportunity for each troop to learn business skills which will be Important To run the department efficiently, sioner Wilbur Waters. "Mr. Waters' 'waste treatment plant in operation,
to them in the future. Monies collected from Girl Scout Cookie Crawford said jobs must be groupedin logic is impeccable" said County "I 1 think there is a lot of questions
A continuing series of monthly sales benefit girls In our community\ by providing varied program oppor- one part of the county. Commissioners Attorney'' R.A. (Buzzyl Green when DER <( meetings on medical topics for tunities, campershlps. and camping supplies. agreed there is no use in running asked for an opinion by Commission Regulation) can'I
family members and the genral Girl Scouting Is taking the lead in preparing young girls TOD A* for' equipment back and fourth' Chairman Lawrence Mosley. answer said Med 'Connally.
public ia being sponsored by the tomorrow. With opportunities to travel learn computer programming; across the county from Job to job. Collector Hall reported that about 'representing the Chamber:
Whispering Pines Care Center, 808. space science;and enjoy the world around them. Girl Scouts are becoming A good bit of the commissioners'time half the 6,000-plus solid waste '"1 don't care how clean it Is or hownice
South Colley Road. independent decision makers and community oriented Individuals .. March 7 was spent on road problems assessments have ,been paid. it is, I'm against it,", said Com-
Next meeting: 6:30: p.m. Wed., tomorrow's leaders. caused by the three-inch rain Deadline to pay is March 31,' missoner Joe Hiddick. "If DEK had ,
March 23.Topic '. ", Cookies are still available but going fast, the cupboard stocked' withover the weekend before. In the afternoon O'Neal said complaints and ques- come in here on the up and up, I
: 'Depression. To be a 1,000 cases, has ordered additional cookies.: commissioners traveled to inspect tions about.the assessment are inundating might feel differently," he added.
I discussed by: Dr. Umesh Mhatre;, Call your favorite Girl Scout or Lila Rae yawn, the cookie pusher. if : several problems. I his work hours., "It's just
P.A., resident consultant. Dr., you,need cookies. ,Supt. Crawtord had his crew. :about getting out of hand" said (See 5 Bosses.P.3A)) ..,
Carlos Hernandez, medical director \ .
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on Reality Teen A Teenage'continuing, is Parenting.under Parenting series way.of,, Myth meetings.. vs., County's Oldest School, Finally :Fixed. Up I IToo I

Future meetings: March 23, 30 ,-, ,.....'
and April 13 and 20 Time: 3:15: It was a mutual admiration society One 12 month assistant principal rently,' special education students .li
p.m. Place;, Bradford High School. meeting at Starke Elementary'.when (the current AP works 11 months), and. Chapter 1 students are!! pulled Much;Testing...?
the staff met with the Bradtord ,and a fuJl-tlmePREPlltaff member.' from a regular classroom and go to Supt. Jim Duncan asked,"Is there
.Berry,Queen..., 'School Board to determine needs for' Supt. Jim Duncan said he is going to another classroom for extra help. By '" too much testing in grades K-3f
:The 26th annual 88-89. recommend that in the, stalling changing the delivery system'Ms.. j" Yes. SE stair members said.
will be held Strawberry 7 Saturday t SE,, Starke's oldest elementary chart to be presented to the board at Winkler means that teachers could Teachers have been giving the
Apnl 2 in the BHS p.m ''school, has'' a I new $103,000 ad-' its Monday, March' 21,' regular s : go .to the students in the regular, .California Test of Basic, Skills
auditorium., minstrative suite plus a refurbished school. board meeting., classroom, thereby freeing a good, (CTBS) this week The SE teachers
to enter the pageantare former space used for administration number classrooms were most concerned that the weeklong -<
Applications being accepted until noon,. new covered walkways the. Space Problem... Several area ,counties;work that II' test plus preparation for it, put
Saturday March 12, at Mitchell's completion by inmate labor of one When SLD teacher Vicki Powell way now, Supt. Duncan said. r too much'pressure on young
Store. and rehab of one SLD clasroom on pointed out the SE music class is still r children. "
Drug b
the library wing; plus the entire held in the cafetonum stage, and P-T Ratio... Principal Wayne McLeod expressed -
Class of 1978.,. school has been painted, carpentry'work she'd like to have a regular size Board Chairman Len chlofman w9- concerned about his teaching
done, and grounds, improvedby classroom. SLD, with 8-15 studentsat asked how ,the SE contingent felt .., staff being upset by the amount of
Class of 1978: Plans are being inmate labor: one, time is held In smaller about increasing the pupilteacherratio. a pressure put on younger students.
made for a reunion this summer, "A tremendous blessing;" said rooms.' 1 And, McLeod said, there is a need to
tentatively set for June 18 in Principal Wayne McLeod of. the'' Supt. Duncan pointed out the Principal McLeod recommended get away from the competition in
Starke. parking lot pavement- project.,The number of students in the county has leaving the P-T ratio at 125. Under school testing program. There needsto
If your address has changed .rehabbed SW classrooms are small' not increased; therefore, Duncan the basic 1-25 plan, McLeod said the be standards and the school has
since the five year reunion please' but nice, "...better than' anything, .said, the state does not give the SE kindergarten P-T and first grade them McLeod said..
call Sonya Tenly Baldree at we've ever had" said McLeod. He district more building money. The ratio Is 1-20,second grade 1-22, and' '
473-3863, Brenda Prevatt Alvarez at termed the new administrative suitea state does'' not give money just' grades 3-5 vary from 1-26,1-27,1-28 ,YtapiRlLIr reacher Vickl Powell said
964-6636, Mark Reddjsh at 964-6822, very positive thing for. the staff and because a new program is added, and up.' ..c teachers know the progress of their
Christy Redding Torode at 5332505or students: either, he said. Fifth grade teacher Joy Tetstone CIAI; students. For instance, she said
Shan Johns at 964-4840. Principal McLeod also reportedSE The county has some $14 million In pointed out she has 17 students m there is a county-wide adoptedreading
has reading and math textbooks, identified building needs, Duncan lower level math class and 31 program. At the end of each
Humane Society... and has adopted spelling science, said, but he stressed he doesn't ex- students in a gifted class. Show and Tell. chapter there is a test covering the
and social studies series pect money to do much building until Supt. Duncan said If the ratio was .. skills taught. If the child takes the,
The Bradford Humane'Societymeets the number of students Increase. 1-30, there would be space. The At the SE meeting, fifth grade test and passes it, the teacher know
the first Thursday of each 'The 88-89 SE budget requests are: asked "But is that teacher the child is ready to go on, Ms.
superintendent Joy Tetston
month at 7:30: p.m. in the First One portable classroom.One -.. Denise Winkler"county-wide coordinator sported a Powell said.
said best for the atudentZ""No sweat shirt gift from student Beth
of education
Presbyterian Church, opposite the 3rd unit if exception
teaching Duncan said,.answerIng Modeiltt with "Teachers and
hospital. there are enough students to.war- the district must rethink its delivery Supt. are The CTBS Is an optional test
rant it. system for. special ecducation..Cur- his own question. Special" cross-itltched on It. could be discontinued.

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coming Public weeks meetings are:scheduled In the Commissioners Disappointed"in Private Industry Answers on Solid Waste ''II

Hazardous Waste site hearing: '
Buses 'advanced by me lion Is necessary due to the shallow plore' difieient kuureglonal groupings -
March from 17-18 here., Jacksonville.See elsewhere by Joe Cissy costs that have been given to them private operators are a single ,water table throughout Florida, and of counties. Bradford, Baker
going for details. BCT Staff Writer by consultants. predictable fee would be determined the number of fills should be limited, and Union are setting' a course to
.this School issue Board: 7 Monday The North -Central Florida Instead, representatives of, three there would be no environmentalor but have to be balanced 'with combine with DOC (Department of
March 21, Administration Building, Regional Solid Waste Policy Advisory companies Waste Management, financial risk to the counties, no transportation costs.. Corrections) for a cooperative landfill :
US-301N, across from from BHS. Committee (PAC) expressed Inc., Browning Ferris Industries, ,local capital would be required In effort. Alachua County is already ...'
Southside Elementary, School disappointment at the information Inc., and Western Waste Industries advance, and a fast implementation, Industry'will need a"guaranteed, "going it alone" with a nine million
Monday. they received from private industry ,put the burden back on the PAC. of a landfill operation. minimum amount of waste to provide bonded indebtedness for Its lined
Board to VlSltI7.p.m. regarding the costs of disposing of you will have to give us the the service to the area. This and approved landfill which is ex-
March Bradford 28. Zoning Board: 1 p.m the wastes generated m the 13 county parameters, the Industry representatives :The recommendations also focused was one of the stumbling blocks en- pected to last only six years.
Starke region ., said, how the counties will on a landfill operation saying countered in the mterlocal agreement GUchrist and Columbia are Interested
Tuesday, March 29, city :
It Thompson Sis.Starke The PAC met March 14 in Lake CI- divide, the amount of wastes to be that energy recovery Is still too cost-1/ discussions between the coun-i in joining Alachua, leaving
hall, Jefferson Board 7 ; 1,disposed of, and the origin. ly. ties. and contributed to the inabilityof the remaining seven western counties
thursday- Zoning March 31. City; hall.pm. ty.The' PAC had 'requested that All three companies are active In Landfills should be located close to the counties to reach an agree of the group to make whatever /
private companies In the waste the northeast region of Florida, and a source of clay for liner material ment.The. arrangements seem 'feasable and .
--'- ."hn... dIsposal business offer price that have active landfill In operation. and cover. Above ground construe- PAC has now decided to ex- practicalJ' -



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March 17, ItMM

I Stark Commissioners Split, on Hazardous' Waste Issue, Table Resolution -

by Buster Hahn. Zoning Approved.. but may rent mobile homes if the sibility for maintenance 'of 'Call'' 'tom Andrews co-owner of Belco an additional $2 per thousand
BCT Staff Writer Commissioners unanimously need arises. Street in the city limits, and receive, Enterprises, came to the podium: to kilowatt hours for residential rates'
StarKe commissioners proved the recommendation of the ap- Commissioner Biggs said,"Since a one time payment of 263643.The speak in favor of closing the streets; bringing the cost of the second thou'
demonstated a' 'lack of agreement ''Zoning: Board to allow the rezoning no one here objects to the proposal, I commissioners approved the agree- saying the action has been approvedby sand hours consumed to 9150.,
during the commission meeting of five acres on Weldon Street move to approve the request.,' The- ment, 40.Bradford. city engineer Don Ruckman. Cost of the first thousand KWH remains -
Tuesday, March 15,while discussing (Brownlee motion earned 4-0. County is offering the city unchanged.. The new amount
Road or CR-229): for' a Andrews said "If
a resolution condemning the a 30 year interlocal agreement to the city closes brings residential rates into line
locating" of the hazardous Waste John mobile D.home Odom park 111.to be operated by Hold/ Amendment... pro-rate the gasoline tax. Attorney the streets, we will be in position to with commercial rates,

plant in Bradford County Odom said the facility is needed in Commissioners tabled the request, Brown recommended the term be intersection.deed land to the" city to correct the charges within guidelines mandate
Andrews made
City Attorney Terence Brown said the community, and promised to of Fred and Pat McElroy to amendthe set at five years,".and the council by the PSC. .
he had prepared the resolution at the' I reference to the offset of Orange SLat 'fucker'asked the council to
with KOA Campground site plan agreed to seek the shorter term,providing approve -
cooperate ,
city engineers In installing -
Madison St. where wants '
request of Mayor Travis Woods, water sewer lines, and fire allowing for 24 mobile home sites on it does not."create a hassle." the city base pay rates amounts
stating that the city of Starke opposes -, hydrants: 5 acres of land adjacent to the campground. Silcox said the city is enjoying good Florida Department of employees, in keeping with
the' placing of the proposed Odom said he plans to only rent relations with the county at present, Transportation traffic DOT has told Chief of
hazardous .waste plant m radford spaces for mobile homes at present, Assistant Zoning Director Janet" and he does not want to create any Police light. plan raises city starting wagesto
Bownen will
Jimmy it not Install -
County Turner said the request meets city problems. Silcox said the term Isn'.t $4.50 per hour with a raise to *5
Mayor Woods said, "I believe having requirements,except for paving the material, since funds are divided by a light at the intersection'until per hour after six months of satisfactory
the offset has been corrected
that much hazardous waste com street, which McElroy!: wishes to statute. service. The council approvedthe
ing Into our county creates an additional delay for the time being. The council passed the new fire ordinance Area resident Lee Black told the new base rate as presented.
hazard to our people and com' ,Since 01thl1 second: and final franchise which
city engineers are currently council he opposed closing the two The 'telephone ,
mumty. engaged in drawing plans for sewer reading.Schaefer said the ordinance streets since residents walked to was effective for the past 30 years,
Commissioner" Charles Schaefer and water lines in the area, the council Is mandated !by the legislature "Winn-Dixie" to get their groceries; ends in August, 1988. Tucker asked
said ,Mr. Mayor, I'll tell"you up decided to postpone any action on' and wilt have to go around If the the council to hold a workshop to
front, I'm not opposed to it, meanIng the request until the engineer's Streets Closed.., streets are closed. Black voiced the .consider terms of a new franchise.
that he does not oppose the plant 'ar 1 plans have been published. objection to the Issue. franchise
being located lit the county. Attorney Brown advised the coun- Only The current negotiatedwith
Commissioner Vernon Silcox said, cil to "hold a public hearing at this Commissioner Biggs moved to the late H.B. Bishop, gives the
City Atorney-.' time to consider the close the streets, and the motion car- to purchase the local
"It' (the plant won't bother me at closing of Gardiner city an option
Attorney Brown had several Itemson and South Streets.' ried 401Tucker's. system.No .
all, but everyone I've talked to to the telephone
!community .is against it." Silcox the agenda, which the council The two short east-west streets date was set for the workshop.Handyman .
continued by saying, "I believe the ,considered briefly and approved as join Orange Street,south of Madison.' Issues...! Fence Co. submitted
'decision has been made, and nothing requested. St.The City Clerk Neil Tucker said the re- the only bid to fence the east side to
we can do will change the location. Attorney Brown 'reported' the closing''of the two streets has cent increase in the second tier elec- the city parking lot, next to the
While I am personally not againstthe county is offering to enter an m- ''been properly advertised, Brown tric rates fails to meet Public Ser- railroad. To Install 1,043 feet of 4' -'

plant being located here, I can terlocal agreement with the city in said, and the council is in position to vice Commission (PSC) guidelines, green vinyl fence Handyman' buff'J,65I.
support the resolution because the which the city will assume respon76 take final action and requested the!' council approve! $ The bid was accepted.

people.Commissioner want it." Bobby Biggs said,,. 76 Students BHS Honor Roll for' '3rd 6WeeksCarrie

"1 don't knqw much about it, so I'm on .
not prepared to vote at this time."
Schaeler reported the Bradford Bradford High students, or 6.4 Carter Jennifer L.,Clark, Harold K. Smith, Stephen T, Smith, Kevin D. Shaw Jaruwan' Noy Srmbul,
percent of the 1,190 member student, DavIs,Todd M. Gillenwaters, Vicky Starling, Richard L.'Taylor Joy E. Tammy Jo Tatum, C.: Denise Wad-

'Starke' Chamber of Commerce has Keep Oldsters Going.... earned all A's or B's for places on A.Goodowns,Sondra K.Green,Min- Vellenga, Jennifer S. Woods dellr Tina C. Willingham. .
sent 18 delegation to Sparlanburg,. the A-B. honor roll for the third SIX. ,dy L. Hersey Alison Ivey RichardD.

,,S.C., to observe the operation of an Mayor' Travis' Woods signs the weeks grading period. Kimutls, Stephanie, C. Juniors.,. Shawna J, Blom, Sophomores..., R. Link Bishop,,
incinerator, currently burning Resolution proclaiming Employ The honor roU students, by grade Kopelousos, Esther A, Martin Audra L. BranUeyT Michelle R. Gar Becky L. Bonnette Thomas C,Brad-
hazardous waste products, and sug- the Older Worker Week" presentedby are: Deanna L. Miller, Stephanie M. cia, Alisha J \.iNen. Renee E; ford, Chad E. Crafton, ,N.1 Gayle

gested any,decision; await a ,report Dena Curies Specialist in chargeof O'Steen, Nicole L.; Palm, Randall L.. Hewett, Eric S. Hodge,. Tonya M. Douglas. :James .Scott Duncan,
from the group Job Service, In the Department of Seniors'.., Michael E: Barbers Polk Chad S. Reddish, Andrew J. Klein, Kimberly A. Lee, Wanda M. Karen .K. Estevez, Allison Farnsworth -
Mayor Woods said he' has no problem Labor and Employee Seccurlly. Tangalia S. Bass, Robert E: Boone, Roberts, Jonathan A. Rowe,Lon E. Mueller, S.,Selina Norman, Patricia Aimee L. Ferguson, Cindy
waiting for the report. located In the Vo-Terh: Center, Regina Ann Canaday, Pamela M. Sapp. Richard K Smith, Robert A. C Parado, Kristen L. Pfenniger, ,W. Hams,'Angela L.Mitchell,JasonB
Pilcher Laymon P. Rupe,.
Rolland L Sharer, Mark P. Shuford,
Alyssa Wessells.Freshmen. "

SPRMJ Large Inventory of Electronic ; .:, Michael L.'

Becker,. Missy R. Bosier, MichelleD.
QFFC5 PRODUCTSREAKS Calculators 'in Stock! Brown, Brian D. Canova, Regina
L. Garrison Brad I* Hamilton W.
Chester Little, Shannon B, Me-
Canon P-28 D Sanyo Sharp Compact. Victor 1660, ,THE Chesney, Jason- Garth Norman>
CY6322DPCalculator V.X 2612Calculator 'HD for Accip v,; '. ,Alpesh K. Patel, Damka L. Richardson -
CalculatorESTops Calculator '' OFFICE Danielle T, Smith, and JamesN.

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'Letter trim,20 Ib.254 cotton Cockle'Inch papr.'a .,J,j0.nh; I,
,250.'lorm. per pack Reg 112 M ,,, JUUmwJS t..
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,Sulfite Bond Premium Laid Finish\r I..'' Hot Stack' File Set i. WJI".I..

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: ,David School' Supt.Smith Candidate

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David Smith

Set To Run

r rI:1: For Superintendent,

Local educator David B. Smith, Jr.,
has announced his intention to
qualify and run for superintendent of
f. ?. Bradford County schools, subject to

the ''September', and October
i primaries and the November

Clix general election,
Indexes Heavy'Duty Smith, 42, was born in DeRidderLa. .
Gold line
.,' and graduated from the
; Faber Castell ;
Eldon Heavy duly bull paper with reinforced btnding, edge. Adjustable Punch Madison County (Fla.) High School

Step Rack Fun length Rip Proof tab*. 11", *bin. .Electric Desktop,Stapler Punches 1. too 3 hole Ins up to 50 ihs/ *ls of p pet He has 21 years in the field of educa-

i I Handle smaller papers up'front and letter size paper in'i;, 1.n Colored ,(X3CI-JIJ5 'R II DO 5 Powerful' 'quick\rtggw action stapl.f up lo 20 sh ets elonce. PttinfcxcexJ d.e east t base and handle. Cenivrmg gaug tion,9 years as a classroom teacher,
11 T.B Gar W3 I-I>5C ...
and t.n..ol..d. tar;: tDnI709
8-1/2' COld |
.deep back pocket, Smooth rounded cofnKi. NOW it power and 12 years In administration. He is
1 Ikb Coloied OLCta lJH''C-8O Rap ltS7 aS DH2-396&O RVQ.$..H $07 *
: ROIl fe M q-m1 20 $11999 currently employed as a vocational
; :
a6iw aT.b CMr ascr ar3-ec ; NOW I NOW U u.I
NOW agriculture teacher in the Bradford

Union Area Vocational .Technical. ,

Smith began his career in Brad-
ford County schools in 1967.In the In-

terim years he worked one year in. '
S % vi Putnam County and five years in
T v ;,srSswtogUjie racfc luTJl Flagler County, pnor to returning to

I -iid I a Mote I Bradford County in 1979.In 1971 he
was -Outstanding Young Ag
i k4 Teacher" for the state of Florida. He'is

\ P ( swingi.ne 767, Desk Stapler & currently a member of numerous

[ 737, Half Strip Sb '>ler Top quality distant metal conatrucUon.Fully padded ?w,tom,.. '.I **"r*"r "i: .' .. clubs and organizations, holding
AN a.."construction with any operv<:nannel'ading rubber baae with poaiiive lacking later Drop In loading y;. I 'Yt! ''j# c varying positions In several areas. *
1 end NAy padded rubber be... Loeda half itrlf ",at 10Satandard of/210 standard ataplee.eiacK > David is married to the former
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specialist in the local ,
-. rw..d oNr.f 7w pNr.7ef7r7 .cbwo.a orr-revo* school system.
DHtnrtre ,
Putiy Castell,:
., DIr-n7ea su..unM assn-7e7n ..- 4' Andy, their son, is a freshman at
Reg.' 0 t5 .. f+ Fse $ $93 ''
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March It.1908' TELEGRAPH Pan sAA


Melvin, A.B., Adams ,


P Take Oath in Brookerby

1 1k
Linda RobinsonBCT the job. .
Staff Writer' Sam Wall ,construction Cod,
Veteran Brooker councilman Roy Gainesville, was the low bidder, at6OJ5 ,
Carroll "hung It up again," alter $ and was awarded the contract '
serving only two years this time, .
although he has served"olf and on'' Columbia Paving Co? Lake City,
lor the past 25 years bid 109,65S.. There was no explanation -
M Replacing Carroll Gene Melvin, for the wide discrepancy bet
a ', was sworn it by Clerk Cheryl Cox ween the two bids.
during a regular meeting Tuesday, The council has Indicated it will
March 8. Melvin was unopposed lor finance the construction through
the seat on the council. Farmers and Dealers Bank, in Lake'
Councilman A.B. Adams was Butler, pledging receipts from,
sworn In also since his term expiredand gasoline tax revenues.
he was returned to office
without opposition. Other action...
Since the two candidates were In other action the council:
unopposed, a city election) was not Voted to purchase a $986 batting
machine for the Little League
Following the swearing-in Accepted City Attorney Roger
ceremony the council reorganized, Blmn! resignation,
(for 1988,naming Melvin to the chair
man) positions and. councilman New Attorney Retained...,
George Pierce as vice-chairman .In, a special called meeting) Tuesday .
,March IS,the council appointed
Street Pa ving..; btarke attorney Johnny Hobbs to
The long awaited paving of the represent the city. Hobbs also
'subdivision street moved a step represents the town of Lawtey and
What a Show.. nearer when bids were opened for the Bradford school board.

:These ctwknU at Hampton ft Brooker Elementary School gave SUrk Kiwanis Sbondee Lewt*.Nadia:lUrdln Christina Broome, '..,.1.. Itl'"\.,... __
Club member a special treat at their weekly meeting when they,performed Third row;(t to R)Amanda loiter,.Julie Collliu, Carri Jones FJUa, ITAIUCI PLAZA
several musical number. Sierra.Arlle,Carolyn Shepard, Kim Wilson name Rhoden Renee Labuen. 4U W. ""OliO" ITPALATII"

Front row;(L to R) Matt Stanford Morgan Elei Rlckl Adam, Missy Brown, Jennifer Darky,Paula Rhoden., .....k. _
,Tracy McCuDough. Fourth RoW (L to R)Tim Crew,Adam Crawford,Aaron Morgan.. 400 UI .

,Second Row;(L..to R)Jeulc Jones,Jason Corbett,Rebecca Welch,Amy Crew,. ,

, I'.,.' Area Residents Will Be Left Without 911 Services PRICES STARTS GOOD TODAY THRU SAT, 'SA VINGSTIME IS

,'," ,, After March 31, when Alachua vices"(EMS) which operates the ed the address and map showing the Chapman also suggested the com- &mne
., County switches over to an enhanced rescue units There are several lines location is flashed on a computer missioners, sponsor a media blitz to
, It!' .. 911 emergency phone system, area answering the 316-1502 number. screen automatically,and the call is let residents know of the temporary
: :; ':,,; residents on Gainesville exchanges Cliff Chapman the supervisor of transferred to the proper agency, ,change
,,:,:,') such as Hampton,Brooker,Melrose, the county's EMS,explained the problem the fire department or emergency
;J A ().I.t'c and Waldo will not have access to to county commissioners at services. The enhanced 911 system New Rescue unit,..: ,;; J3AN RIVERS
P,,f"I'''" 911 emergency service. ,their March 7 meeting. will require that every building in The county is looking at the end of S E Polyester & cottonOXFORD
During the interim before Bradford -, Chapman said the 376-1502 number the county be given an address and March before the new rescue unit is
County installs an enhanced 911, ,direct and tolttree to the jail from computers and automatic' .calling In'operation' here,: EMS Director ;
system,which remains a year away, the outlying areas,is already. in seri devices purchased.In .Chapman told commissioners. RAP''
some 1,100 residents with 373-, 468-,: the meantime.Sheriff Depart' The Ford chassis ,In Orlando has ,a Stripes*
and 485phone number prefixes will vice.Under Bradford's current' basic ment personnel answering phones at' been recalled due to a snimmy, 9 $ e Solid '
dial direct 911 the 911' the jail will have to be aware of the' : '" zN' ,1 a Kanemes
.. have to a special toll-free services, number is Chapman; said." Sri $149
line to the Bradford County jail by answered at the'jail and the, call '316-1502 number and will have to, ',"I: 'm taking an aspirin a day, that I 60"wide '
dialing 376-1502 to secure emergency manually' transferred to the answer it 24 hours per day, .Chap, ', ougtita stave off my heart attack,'" 1.
\service. The jail staff then, as in 911 emergency service unit. The much man told commissioners\ ,Commissioner: .Maxie Cacter joked.. yd ,Regular
I calls will transfer the call to the Improved enhanced 911' system Is
., ,county Emergency Medical SerA -. computerized,_and when 911 is dial,,' Polyester & Cotton Polyester ft Ctt.

, '.:' ':,,'," Electric Rate Increase mn&/n} BATISTESolids & .. 45"ONBOITS T war.d,

ii ; 'i'' HAIR GUT &-GOYffl. '. Prints Yd:
$ As'tMIdnia

: !.,. Approved by- City.- a'4 $25.00 {(, o.Vr" 'v 45" wide 198' were v.l. x. ..

Polyester 8 Cats
; <,:. small increase' in Starke 'City Pay Ranges... _n.. Tues. & ., 2.98 val. FRESCA LINEN

residential electricity-rates; affecV" City Commissioners approved pay ?In.- 45" wido Solids Prints
ting users of over 1.000 KWH per ranges that were agreed upon in the ':' EmIDmed.I'oIL-!
*' .. ... ,
montn";:watSflproveCJanllfl>):by thitr, workshop, held Jan..J4. .. wOR\ "
City Commission.The The new scale provides for starting "'DmAn8'I'YCmG' (\llrtock 1013% PolYelsler Dart River

increase, required by the salaries of$4.50 per hour at the'. Mc qU'$ Icilique DeluicdaPATTERNS
'' J ', Public Service Commission to entry level, with the stipulation that Mon-Sat '
:r i' reduce'the difference between the all new employees will receive a .50 TAFFETA EERSUCKER
",(., ',' : higher commercial and lower per hour raise at the end of a six 9:30 6:00pm: ... <, .' Bridal Crobn On aQltr
\ residential rates, is .005 cents kiccnnerl
per month probation period. Current ,
1,r'' kilowatt hour (KWH or V4-cent per'KWH employees making less than new Valu. $50.00score ,65 % : $Q98 $ )49OPP
., over 1,000 KWH. It will cost a employees coming on board will
:, '. ,customer 1,100 KWH ; yd. 45 yd.
s using per receive pay adjustments according 'LHAIRPLAN! I '6,9S Woo
month 50 cents per month for the 100 to the policy adopted by the,board. NO'LiMITI
KWH above the first 1,000 KWH. '
Three years ago.the Public Ser- \Other Matters... -64-465 'lSy..ipJlljDW17GH. e I. .
vice Commission .
required the city to ,
In other the
actions commis
\ adjust its electric rate structure in s Rmp :
''J .,{,i,: ', three increments of .005 per kllowat sioners agreed to: ,
Give a $3,000 check to the Pop
hour for the second tier residentialrate. f90n
:' Two increments in have,been implemented ''Warner budgeted football item for players.recreation.This is a" Guess Who's'' On The

prior years'and the Approved second reading of bond If.vv ,
third, increase:: was approved by the ordinance, allowing city ,to issue
council at its regular meeting., bonds for utilities construction -

New Weight Watchers'

from 5 Bosses page 1A big Onus Quick Success Program

In OtherAction.... : .Weight Watchers has d liscovered .,

: In other action, the commission a healthier way to lost
.Was told by Atty. Green that a 'weight! thai's 20% faster than r" '
,\ ,resolution has been prepared for the ON USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT before.. But the even better news
,exchange of ownership of some 60 is we've reduced our nile lo help
'. acres in Santa Fe Swamp for 27 .
you start reducing your weight.
'I ,acres at the county's main landfill.
you join now you can lighten up A'
The county' is swapping
7 'Metal .and save$Ill off our regular pnceJoin .
i Sea. Desks
land in the swamp to the Suwannee R
for $13 i.
River Water Management District now just ami{ gel :. '
to add to the landfill property. The 3ea. ''Wood Desks started on the new Quick Success --J
deal has been m.the works for /111 1:1 Program from Weight loca-j: r"A'

several years but has never been Sea. Workstations Our convenient meeting
completed.. The land the'' county tions and limes make it easy for' ,

owns in the swamp was donated, .by 3ea. Secretarial ,you to fit us into your schedule, .
Ronnie Newman.., FJLE/ \ type .and our unique support group, -
will help build your confidence
'Asked 'Commissioner Maxie chairs w/casters, lift your spirits and give' you the r
Carter to get his committee on the motivation to succeed.So .
county Jail operating so the county o I& Oea. lobby chairs join now and discover the ,i"
.attorney will be able to respond to secret; to our years of success J;
the Department of Corrections suit and our added new twist that t f

agianst the jail.. makes losing weight 20% fatter, : ',

Agreed on the need for a service Desks from 119.00 each Join Now- =. vi l p<

truck for the county road depart- For Only $15. .::ra
: ment.The board hopes to buy a used Save $10., ...
truck from Alachua County. Chairs from' '$29.00eachPaper
Okayed a call for bids on restrlp-.
ping some 121 miles of county roadsat Our'new Olick"8uccess@.Program
an estimated cost of some$30,000 Shredders 1$99.00: each !
,Each stripe placed on a road cost 3.5 I 20% faster!
cents per foot, said Road Supt. helps you lighten
Crawford:: ,
Discussed widening the 18-foot
,wide CR-229 by two feet but decidedthe STARKE1st
project needs to be done but put
on the bottom of the current paving United Methodist Church
priorities. THE
Walnut & Jefferson Streets .

We also print: OFFICE .
Tuesdays pmToll .
1938 *
Class of ,'
C Business' Forms.
Search for Members SHOP
Free in Florida
,"" Class Bradford \ ComputerFSales Receipts
The of 1938 of High '
School. in the midst of planning a '. Stock ?o .cansl 18003429155pi I
reunion, is trying to locate three Stationary ,on ,Fancy y .
members: L.O.Jones,. Lucille ElseDon't 964-5764 +,iUsd#.. thIny_lor_Ana a :'
Davis and Janie Mae Quarles. Practically Anything n red r pd r Any ao mfr. "
locate the 'f .."JI; ors"' a.e.-and
Anyone who can help forget, our' business, '" _on"'. ,
three members is asked to contactLillian ;A.Ir.b.ut.w.wk;:
1199 Besaent Road ..d'r.w Cfi.
4 Starke,FL 32091. card special-1000 cards :.ria p.-..y.d.R.ae OG._.ad w ;

Next reunion planning meeting Is .pwuin.. :
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,', etPJTOR1ALS4Reduction' ;\ ,
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and, :Recycling' } t

:Needed Before IncinerationWhat

focused almo entirely' on the disposaland
are we to believe destruction of hazardous wastes

On the one hand, purveyors of new alter their production, rather than

state of the art" incinerators say thatemissIonS preventing them in the first place.

from their,smoke stacks ,are Reduction of waste,has been given the

99.09 percent purelike Ivory soap. lowest priority in solving the problem

environmentalists and it is only when plants find
On the other hand
themselves with their backs against the
incineration is no solution to
tell us that

the hazardous waste problem, They say pollution lawsuits "wall that the and"option threatened of reducing with' With PR. Like This ,* ..

that in, ,their haste,: to find a way to ,
wastes at the source has been con
dispose of industry's ,toxic waste the sidered.

,EPA (Environmental Protection Agen
) the waste management compames"andwaste In the early years, 'waste manage-' Starke Delegation Got ,First Hand

producers extol. the virtues of ment" meant little more than using the ,

incinerators., nearest river or the most convement :News of Near-Miss Spill in S., CarolinaA

spot of vacant property as a dumping
incinerators are helpful in
True, of wastes but ground. "But as the use and dischargeof three-man fact-finding committee iuunmable, but non-toxic substance used log foam around the tanker and wearing
reducing the volume kind chemicals, skyrocketed at a rate of from Starke: that made a trip to Spartan-' in paints. Because of the wreckage and the airpacks because fumes from the,
critics say they create a different ten times that of overall industrial production burg, S.C. last week to inspect a waste sensitivity of the chemical in the tanker, substance is highly explosive more so
ol hazard- one that is little understoodand treatment facility had an unexpected 1-85 between Pelham Road and S.C. 14 was than Its liquid form- making it hazardous
it,, became clear that we are that accidents to breathe the Herald-Journal said.
difficUlt to control. demonstration truck can closed, causing northbound 1-85 traffic to ,
poisoning ourselves, Sarokm says and do occur with consequent dangers.On back up several miles for more than five Darrell O'Neal, Bradford County's ron-i
,According to the critics test burns by "Now, many environmentalists are convinced the day of'their arrival Thursday hours ing and landfill director, who was one of

incinerators under perfect conditions, that, for many toxic chemicals March 10, The Spartanburg: Herald- ,At midnight, the road was still closed as the three making the trip to Spartanburg,
reveal that a large quantity of unquan- no currently available disposal optionsare Journal earned the headlines on its front emergency workers pumped the chemical had previously said that he was more con-
(titied toxins including unburned remains safe enough. Incinerators sewage page: "One Dead;, truck Accident Jams from the tanker truck and the Greenville cerned with what might happen on the

of the chemicals fed into the fur- treatment plants and other forms of 1-85". County Emergency Preparedness Director ; highways, outside the proposed hazardous

nace, and others consisting of new com treatment produce emissions that ''are Datelined Pelham, S C., the story said said professional chemists and 15 to 18' site.waste plant, than what could happen at the
'agencies from the State, and Greenville
,pounds created by the process of incineration themselves sources of pollution.., 'we' "A Spartanburg man died and several ..a and Spartanburg counties were on the In addition to O'Neal, others making the

itseltare released from the must insist that incentives be created' miles of Interstate 85 were Jammed with scene, including the State Department of trip to Spartanburg: were Med Connelly,

stacks. These include carcinogenic either to encourage active waste reduction traffic yesterday after the truck he was Health and Environmental Control, and member,'. and Wally Ingram executive,

heavy metals furans and ,dioxin, the through, financial penalties and driving veered across the'' median and" the Red Croas."Although secretary: of the Chamber of Commerce, '
struck a chemtcal-ladened tanker truck.
most poisonous chemical known to exIst ,other inducements, or require it, none of the flammable The committee will prepare a written

through new permit programs or other The truck was carrying butyl acrylate, a chemical leaked, firefighters were spray. report of its findings at a later date.

According EPA's Science-Advisory 'governmental,mandates."

Board,"the toxicities of emissions trom According to 'Saroktn's report,

incinerators is largelyun.known' and it Governmental regulations are uneven Money Cannot, Buy My Child's Health I

is an impossible task to ,accurately ly enforced riddled with loopholes ,

predict ''their performance, Some of (many toxics are not regulated at all)
them 'are'' so new in design that they and overwhelmingly biased toward affecting ''In recent'weeks much has been said' surroundings. Anytime there' are gases Are We willing to risk our health the'
I about the toxic waste facility which has and smoke in the air, chemicals and other Health of our children and our childen'sChildren
have ,never yet been tested.. what comes out of the pipeline- Bradford County as one of its proposedsites. Substances in water, and solid wastes on for few dollars? I SAY NO! This
rather than the which the ''land have environment:,, :is not the way for Bradford County, to
In all the controversy over treatment, processes by, There are still many of us who do not we polluted our
:wastes are produced. fully realize the enormous gravity of placing Badly polluted air can cause illness and, grow. It is.' however, a,definite way for
facilities and incinerators no one seems County die. I resent the '
such a facility in our community.Many even death, according to some scientists. Bradford to implication
to pay much, if any, attention to'waste Industrial: waste'reduction can go along of us are, perhaps, looking more to the im- Most of the gases and particles that that we are a small impoverished '
'reduction or minimization of hazardous, way toward minimizing the production ,.. mediate rewards--'which when measured man puts into the air comes from burning illiterate county and anything can be

I waste at its source. This commonsense, of hazardous wastes at the: :C. against the negative reasons of such, a, (combustion) furnaces in factories pushed off on us because we cannot Brad-read'
and do not vote I Every in
facility! prove to be minute. Such as homes, and office buildings, the engines in we person
but neglected approach to the problem source just as sorting and recycling
ford County should be insulted enough to
,the creation of jobs rather,than to looking automobiles, airplanes, and other motor
started with the realization that the household garbage would go a long way at the possible devastating and faro, vehicles and the burning of garbage and make it known to the Department of Environmental -

generation, not the disposal, of toxic toward reducing the load of solid wastes'at reaching potentially' dangerous consequences '' trash are the chief sources of pollution'' Regulation that.we are con-
According to landfills. ibis has been a from combustion. cerned and we do care about our health
wastes is the real problem. proven by that such a plant in our community
David Sarokm, co-author'' of 'Cutting :successful i recycling effort at the small will eventually bring. and the health. of our children,and generations -,

Chemical Wastes"', reduction at the town ol Archer m Alachua County Archer ,The essence therefore of this article is to come.Furthermore, to the argument that sucha
,to inform you. the reader, of ,the' irrevocable Letters
the attention of started a recycling two' is 1 the:
source; finally getting program elects I of toxic waste upon the facility hazard-proof, pose
environmentalists, industrialists, and years ago with a private company community now. if installed and in ,questionwhy not simply place the facility'
government officials. He describes it as which started off with one small truck to generations to come. I assume the postureof ,in a more centralized location and cut the
What effect do these have cost of and hauling the waste
pollutants on high shipping ,
"the solution"dealing with do the job. Last week the earned a layman who has been privy to the settling
upstream company of lived our health? 'the most serious result: of air' ,to.o< results such waste
rtfwproblem'its source rather than oft its largest haof' to date, 'con-, in a neighborhood which was by having scarred pollution is its harmful effect on.iuman., Wake Up Citizens! Who do they think they
'"downstream".,. alter' the damage has sisting of 12,000 pounds of aluminum' environmental pollution. health. These gases and participates are fooling? !

been done. cans, old newspapers, car batteries and What is toxic waste and why should you which are tiny particles of solid or liquid We will not sit around and allow the DER,
other useable junk and leaving behind and 1 be concerned about our health the matter (smog) burn people's eyes and irritate to push this on us. If you care, and I know
>II their lungs, They can setUe in the you do, plan to attend the DER meeting in
health of children and their
to' 20 thousand our unborn
According published reports almost a dollars in paymentsto lungs and worsen such, respiratory Jacksonville Thursday, March 17.
children to toxic
According Webster ,
states in the U.S., already have programs residents. means relating to that which poisonous diseases as asthma and bronchitis. Some Together we can and will make a dif

in place to encourage industrial It has been found that recycling or'deadly. Waste is defined as matenal of experts believe that particulates can cause ference. I know there are many who can
waste reduction and the federal govern- programs further to animal such diseases as cancer, emphysema and go. So please pack that bus and make it
m small ,cities are'often successful no use a person, or plant; '
pneumonia. known throughout America that those of us
ment expanding its na, it rubbish
is considering is garbage, sewage; it is areas ,
when those m larger cities tail or Plants also can be harmed by' these in Bradford County ARE NOT as illiterate
tional this ,direction. As of the earth unsuitable for cultivation or
program have, only limited success. Recycling habitation. poisonous gases. These gases restrict the as some would like to believe. And we are
pointed out by Sarokm the ideal option makes sense from every standpoint-1; general Hazardous Waste Incinerators are sta- growth of and eventually destroy nearly not willing to sell the health of our children

in solving the hazardous waste problemis brings cash to the individual household, tlonary point sources which burn waste, 'every kind of plant. Forests in Tennessee, and future generations for a few dollars.

waste reduction-. not to generate reduces the volume of waste and puts a emitting pollutants into the air, land, and citrus groves near Los Angeles and We must let it be known that money is not
vegetable gardens in New Jersey have all everything. that we do have some values
toxics in the first place wherever and water media Emissions according the
large portion of it back to a useful purpose Environmental Protection Agency may been seriously damaged by air pollution and we are willing to stand up and Speak'out
whenever The second alternative
possible. thereby ,conserving our natural occur as part of the incineration process, 'CANNOt OUR COMMUNItY REAP for what we believe int! Let DER take
he says, is recycling wastes that resources. It is estimated that about for- as part of the scrubber operations or as' THE SAME EFFECTS IF SUCH A'roxicFACILITY this message back to Tallahassee and to'
cannot be reduced at the same time encouraging Washington. WE DO NOT WANT A
ty' percent of our garbage could find fugitive emissions Uptake of emissions or WERE INSTALLED HERE I
industry to find ways to reuse some useful purpose through recycling; discharge by, terrestrial life l may,occur When garbage or trash is burned, mercury HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT,

them Wastes that still remain despite''the rather'than hauling it to a landfill through air,water,soil or via the food web. and particulates are produced and AND FACILITY WE ARE IN WILLING BRADFORD FIGHV'tHE COUNTY
Is our environment in danger? According -
best efforts to reduce ,or, recycle emitted Mercury harms the nervous
Recycling, household 'and to what I have read and lived I ,ISSUE I
them should be destroyed through elf ec-, garbage in, say system; as stated previously,particulates' ,
Mary'Lots Williams
,reduction of industrial wastes at the, yes. we endangering our environment. injure the respiratory systems of humans,,
tive treatment; operations. source, are options that should be fully Environmental' pollution ,damages man's reduce visibility, and effect climate,; Lawtey; ,Fl..

Unfortunately up to now', the efforts explored before,relying entirely on,incineration '

of government I and,industry have been'I ,, Scholarships .Aid ""Many 'SFCC' Students I'I'rhe


2270 N. Temple A.... fluke FL 32091 (KM) M4C369RESOLUTION. dramatic improvement in the opportunity minority' students to attend Santa Fe. Financial aid
for a college education for Bradford Chaired by Mary McCloud the Minority to worthy students is pro-
Recruiting Committee is funds vided also by the Nursing Loan Fund, a
High School graduates was the focus of a raising '
I -; '" ', recent talk to the Starke: Rotary Club by four scholarships annually $10,400 Bradford Fund established Public in 1985 by the
tt Harvey Sharron Executive Director of the County Health Nursing
!I ,', Santa Fe Community College Endowment The newest scholarship program is the Advisory Council. The Woman's Club of
,. ''i. "r : } .'' Corporation Strawberry Queen Scholarship set up last Starke has recently made a $1,000 contribution -,
,,, UOEAS the propoeed nararifcuia ) i -..r ,year by the Junior Women Club of to increase the money availablein
: tatuatnl8ne"lanta1ta.l, 4;r: (l""N'I: : :; I When
+ I) '',' \ ';""i Dr. Bernie McFadden opened the: Starke. It provides a two-year scholarship this program. At the present time, 10'
I '; :" ", considered In Northeast Florida in the.farming tea., ', '" ,:': ::;, ", \ ,SFCC Starke: Center Office at the High to the Queen and one year scholarships to local students are enroUed in health
: 1 l.<,( i the potential'd.ngaTl are unknown in the, affect on" ', ,' : School in 1978, only two scholarships were the first and second alternates in the annual related programs under this plan.
quality of food produced, and' ,'''..r', available to' SFCC: for the 15% of the pageant.In "
; :\ graduating class that went on to college With all this assistance,it Is not surprising
: ,;' this \ that contrast last addition to these various programs, that the I SFCC: Starke Center enrollment "
I>UgXCAS area halt a Mh concentration of poultry> ).cu...j : year. By year's seniors
offered 46 to Santa Fe Santa Fe Community College itself provides Is so successful. The current winter
were scholarships
the of emissions then.e '
from ,
potential plant. f 4. <
Community College alone, representing an academic scholarship to the top term has 400 students using almost 800
-. ,': ,. could effect the jrcwth of poultry and the hut" ooun .: ...':: ,23% of the 200 member graduating class. 10% of each graduating class.. seats in 40 sections.
,', I of production, and .. ,j ',:, ;
,,:" ,' Sharron pointed out that it is unlikely
'' '' that high schools in America
VHEREAS: all roada in the and should .i many with
area are eecondary not ; \ r', FORESTRYIN
the socioeconomic background of Bradford "
hew excealva...., traffic.. ".I could o O
with the
County compete
,. i f : ,,1' ', : '
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..,'"; ,' II' remarkable scholarship opportunities IN BRADFORD COUNTY )
;i,.' ,'Die Bradford: County Far. Bureau request in this !resolution{ that all presets'site ,;';"': available to local students.He commendedthe II
(" people of Starke for their support of the OI
in northeast Florida be moved .. potential sites for a hazardoua d
various' programs ,designed to assist ...
Hiata "i ,
traataent plant. ; '
: :,, students. '
", '. :. : ', : ,,' ," : 'Ti.m'ber for the FutureIn children are unable to pay the taxes
.. Sharron had high for the Starke assessed the
on estate
thla of ford'County .. praise guess who gets the
Dated 10th!! day herch. 1988. in : Stark, .n",1d '1
Club whose
Rotary pioneer Scholarship 1936 approximately 250 million cubic property, ?
l'IUS1JDfI': ) ', "' I stunts established in 1979, has six feet of timber was cut from Florida'sforests. To answer the second excuse, why not'try
BRADFORD'COUNT: FARM BUREAU currently on scholarship and thus In 1980 almost 600 million cubic natural regeneration? If you figured
far has assisted 23 students to attend
their feet was harvested. Another doubling oL the
expenses were too great, steps can be,
local' colleges the demand for wood products is predictedby taken to attempt natural seeding- The,
'In December 1983, Guy and Elizabeth the year 2020, with a possible triple effect results will be poor unless you take steps to
4 J2I.u.l.u Andrews gave 1100,000 to establish a major in Florida due to population growth. avoid the hazards of natural regeneration.
4 perpetual endowment fund to provide Everyone with a common ,sense There are ways of harvesting timber to

., (7.w Co\SIWIS .. scholarships. Seventeen: students are currently knowledge of economics understands that;' help natural seeding.: Leaving ten quality
on Andrrws scholarship when demand for a product increases so I ,(10" diameter and better with wellshapedcrowns
will the price,accordingly.If have hador ) trees
Andrews Scholarship you per acre with periodic: burning
In Minority
1987 the
are now considering the possibilities of until an adequate number of seedlings
Fund was set up to recruit deserving timber sale,have you given any thought to become established. In order to accomplish -

your next stand of trees Without this you must make decision
'RiQ1 regeneration of your property you need not before the timber harvest occurs or else-'
1879 worry about the price of timber tomorrow. well, you can see for yourself what the
.QA miiiij ttp4 You can forget about the year 2020 for you results are. If you don't make an effort to
'will have little to sell. leave quality trees,or If you leave the decision : -
OintIAwIR The two most utilized excuses for not to a cutter. It may be 30 to 40 years
p regenerating an area into pines are ''I before you harvest again. I don't know
''IOIOFlItGUSON..JOHMM.MIU1It won't be around to harvest the benefits" about you but I'd rather cut two crops of

..'0" .'ub/I...... ZfA. and"I don't have enough money to pay the timber in 40 years, not just one.
costs of regeneration." Just a reminder that cost-share
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Chuta Matter at the Post Office at To the first excuse I say,"Wouldn't your ,assistance for tree planting tt available
/ Starke Florida under Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription rate In trade area: $12 per year;- children be amazed by Umber prices in the through the'ASCS. Sign-up for planting
7.00 six month Outside trade area: 1 13 per yean $7.50 sic montha: ;t' year 20m0?'-' Under the current estate tax practices through the end of this month for
legislation (taxes owed from property next year's plantings. Reimbursement of
1'hane(904)904-6305 e- '135 W.Ca11 Stteet/P.O.Drawer A a St.arU.Fb1da 32091 Paper money was popular for;, handed down) owning timber Is one way of all costs (including land preparation) up to
paying bllla In 97O A.D. keeping the property in Urn family. If your 50 percent is possible 'a




': March', 1.1188Hampton TELEGRAPHBy:

Upcoming..i! !..Ie........ ......' htlLites Dolores Meng

: Phone'468-J 9'5'

News ""Mr.ct Mrs. Ray Crawford To Be Honored Condolence,.: gift of the faculty who wish her wellin

.On'50th Anniversary Mar 20 competing with other teacher for
{ is extended to the farm Florida's Teacher of the Year'
ly and friends of Mr. Nate Hall who award
Wedding* Births Club New Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crawford of The family believes that loving died March 14. .

ntfagement Lake Butler will celebrate their 50th memories they eabared with PTA Meeting...

Church .. ''Soclat] BventiEngagement r wedding March 20.,annlversay' on Sunday friends would be the most treasuredgift March Birthdays On March 22 at 7p.m. a PTA

A by they could receive, therefore Mar; iS-Shirley Bagwell;; Meeting will be held at the school.
reception being given their they request, other.gift 14-Robert Bradley, Tina Marie
,: .' children will be held at the Lake'' McCullough;; ,Curtis Awards
Meng 13-Tracy Ceremony
s. ........... Butler S p.m.Community Center, from 3 until MayOverstreetTo Wade Roberts,;Jennifer Christina Conner and Broome.Donald On Friday, March 25 the Awards

Lee-Jackson Help Is requested in compiling a Wed March,26Mrs. Robert Harendt; Tori Hersey and Ceremony will be held at school.
Wedding l'H;; ; ',i,:. \. memory book from the Crawfords' Students will receive certificates for
Will be Mar, 19 first fifty years of marriage.. .. Truss Peggy Reichert of Starke and Jason Strickland Sanderson,19-Jenmfer; 18-Mtchael Darley. the honor roll and perfect attendance
,Joe Reichert of Lake Butler an- ;
wishing to participate are asked to'' achievements for the fourthSIX
Mist Bessie Lee, announces the write the or that nounces the upcoming marriage of weeks grading period. '
memory experience :
marriage of her.,daughter,Reban- you shared with the Crawford and their daughter, Melissa Lynn May Elementary
ner,' to 'Curtis O. Jackson of to Richard Maurice (Ritchie Teacherof., the Year: .
Lakeland return it to J!;. HalphCr WfOrd-563 W. T. Weeks. UDC
ion of Mrs.
Carolyn of Mr. and Mrs.
Overstreet, son
Wilkins and the .late Johnnie. .:..., Haven Point Or,.' Treasure Island,, Maurice Overstreet of Keystone Friday'afternoon, Mar. 11, Mrs. To Meet Monday,
Jackson. .. Fla.:33706., Jean Clark was pleasantly surprised, '
The Heights: with a party held in her honor by her The,'WT.: Weeks Chapter'of the
wedding will be Saturday, held Satur
The wedding will be. >
UDC will meet Mar. 21
first on Monday
grade class. ,
Mar. 19 at 3 at Allen ,
p.m. Chapel day, March 26 at 7 p.m. at Hope Bap-
at Bradford Restaurant
Mrs. Clark Family at
was presented with a
Church. and
All friends list Church with Rev.Gary Heath oNficiating.
'cake decorated with teacher of the 11:30: a.m.
relatives are invited.
: Wedding SaturdayThe A reception will follow in
:?. ," Rebanner is at year emblem also holding classroom
+ employed the
: Clay 1 the recreation building.
of Monica Marie essentials, such as a ruler, pen, pencil .THE BRADFORD COUNTY
Sheriff's Office wedding
County; in Green All friends and relatives are invited '
+ Cove Springs. Curtis is employed by Green, daUghter'' of Mr. and Mrs. to attend. No local invitations scissors, paper clip and note 'TELEGRAPH

I Fla. State Prison. :They will spent 1 ..DeRitch Green,and Randal William are being sent.Buffet paper, USPS O62-7OO
their \honeymoon in Naples, Fla. Andrews,son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervln As a memento'of the occasion, Published every Thursday at'
Andrews, will be held at 4 p.m. i I Mrs.. Clark was given a'four-foot 135 W. Call Street Starke.

'' Brod/ey/Sfcrrr/ Saturday afternoon, Mar. ,,19, at hand-crafted personalized wooden Florida. 32091
Dinner Honors
; Madison St. Baptist. pencil engraved with teacher of the Second class postage paid at
Engagement:: Told All fnends and relatives'are corn, Bridal Couple Mar. 5 year. The pencil was made by Ran- Starke.Florida and additional

Mr. ''and Mrs. Henry Austin ,dially invited to attend. dy Scoggms and decorated! by mailing offices
Monica Green and Randy An-
Sallye, as was the cake.
Bradley, ST., of Flat Rock, N.C., an- Deanna Tomlinson drews were honored at a buffet dinner Assisting Mrs Scoggms with serv Postmaster: Send addreaa
and Coleman,Jr.
." nounce the engagement of their Hilton aU on Saturday, Mar 5 ,at ,the 'ing the cake and punch were Mrs.k changes to: Bradford County
(daughter, Carol Ann Bradley of TomlinsonColemanEngagement/ / Methodist Fellowship Hall. Donna Youngblood and Mrs Diane Telegraph. P.O. Drawer A.
; Lawtey,to Mr. H. Clyde Starr,son of | Gator Quarterback Club/ The tables were all covered with McNeal. Starke, FL$2091Subscriptions
Mrs. Hazel A. Starr and' the late Roy Told white cloths centered with ar- Earlier in the week, Mrs. Clark

A. Starr of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred E. Tomlm- Has Annual Banquet rangements of red and'white,:, silk; 'was presented with a gorgeous bow Rates:. ,
The bride-elect from In trade $12.00
graduated area:
of per year
roses. quet roses, mums, baby breath
East Henderson School in Flat son of Starke announce the engage- The annual banquet of the Starke '
High received useful $7.00 six months
Deanna The couple gifts 'and fern in recognition of being nam-
ment of their daughter
Rock, N.C., received her Bachelor's Gator Quarterback Club was Friday from the guests present. The bride ed Teacher of the Year for Bradford Outside area:: $13.00 per year
Michele, to Hilton C. Coleman, Jr.,
degree from the University of North night at the Starke Golf and Country '
was presented with a corsage from County schoolS This bouquet,was a $7.50 six months
Carolina at Ashevllle and will son of.Mr. and Mrs. Hilton'C, Coleman Club with approximately ISO pelple
hostesses which were Green
the ,
graduate from Nova University in Sr., of Starke. attending, including members and
June Master's The bride-elect graduated from .. families.
',)''" with a degree in guests.
).'.ili": ,., : Education. She teaches social Bradford High School and Santa Fe The club was very decorative with Planning your Special Day

;" '.. studies at Bradford High School. Community College of Gainesvilleand orange and blue balloons orange I

,\::.,.,;,; ,:' The groom-to-be graduated from attends the University of North and blue .table runners sprlngkled\ Tomlinson The home' of the Mrs. Mary for Sue a, Smart Brides always
Florida Jacksonville. was
.',>"J\;' /, Gainesville High School and served with orange and blue carnations.The choose our famous
\ Mar. 10 from
{ miscellaneous shower
H'M' 'V"\\" ; I in the U.S.. Marines. He is self, The bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom head table was centered with a '
\ .(r Iw,'i),'."',' employed by Northeast Commercial Bradford High and is employedby lovely arrangement of blue Carnations 7:30-9 p.m. for Monica Green.decoratedwith
The dining room was
\ '" <(' Services, Inc. C.I. DuPont at KIngsley and orange lillies.
,. ; '':. '" The wedding will be an event of The wedding is planned for June 24 After' enjoying a delicious steak the bride-elect's color scheme,
at Pine Level Church of blue. A beautiful white lace army-
1 at 5:30 at First dinner, President White introduced
,I, : Friday, Apr. : p.m. cloth over blue<, and centerd
::" ,' who is the first Lady Gator to
'. Bridesmaid Luncheon become President of the club. used on the refreshment table.' '
..\ .: ', Cooper-Knlghl After introducing the incoming officers -' Guests enjoyed cakes, nuts, mints 111, _,4 :
Honors Monica Green'A
and coffee.
coke .
,' ,' President Hardy thanked ,
: ,
; Engagement 30
bridesmaid luncheon was given' members who had been of great Many nice gifts from the guests InvitationsGood
'" ," Mr:' and Mrs.., A.T Cooper of Man 12 at 12:30 p.m.honoring assistance to her during her tenureas >attending were presented to Monica ;
Sampson Lake' announce.the Monica Green, bride-elect of Randy. .Vice President. She recognizedMike and games were played and prizes taste needn't'be expensive.Our beautiful Flower:Wedding'Line

: ,!' ( engagement of their daughter, Dana Andrews, and her bridesmaids.The fargonsky. Cliff' Chapman, given., :. catalog proves this with over 500 samples of outstanding '
,; ;" ,:: Lynn'to Joseph F. Knight, son of luncheon was held at the homeof Joan McKinney, Marty' Barry and The hostesses presented the bride Invitations. Announcements and Personalized Accessories: ,
!:' ''N' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Knight of Mrs. Vernon Reddish on Crosby': Douglas Hardy, thanking them for elect, her mother and the groom'smother created using exquisite papers,lettering styles and workmanship.
a corsage on their arrival at' features Heliograving -rich raised lettering,elegant as the
""" "i' Lansing, N.V. Lake. Seated at the table of honor having helped make the bus trips fun
". ',- ",,;,,:..:, A garden ceremony will be held at was Miss Green, the bride's mother,. and enjoyable. Incoming' ollicers the party: A toaster'' and blender finest craftsmanship,yet costing so little! Come see our complete

; ," ,,;:: Sampson! Lake April 2nd. Mrs. DeRitch Green, the groom's i are Vice President Wayne McLeod, were also given by the hostesses-', selection and choose the, perfect invitation for. -your wedding!
" 'flt'i:( \ 1<' Dana graduated from Bradford mother Mrs Ervin Andrews and. Treasurer Marty Barry and Gladys Edwards, Barbara Norman Service and
Prompt Outstanding
.I '; < :' attended FJC and Jones bridesmaids. Esta Underhill and Mary Sue Quality
;: 1i' : High, then .the Secretary Melba Johnson.: '
arti'C- } -, College Medical School and is Centered on the bnde's table was' The highlight of the evening was Tomlinson. LEILAS DRESS&: GIFT SHOP.

\\"r\: :).;,':. employed in 'Jacksonville at a beautiful satin covered bridal doll' the featured speaker, Coach Galen $19 SO. WALNlT5T! < '
: '.,I" !: \ Underbill Nursing Agency. ,accented by fresh roses. Tables Hall who briefly summarized the STARK, FL 32091 ;
Joseph graduated from Lansmg were covered with'army/navy results of the recruiting Gator foot-,
,' High in New Yprk and is self- cloths, centered with spring ar-, ball players Coach Hall stated the ." -
'(Ja4J'em o l w ill'eonstnict; w II I_.. "rangement. '' > "' 'Gator team enjoyed coming through
f&dJ ,l/fllIl.J >(;;;tdJ uu.iirr. ((1.\J..J qud4N j .tit! Hostessea'for'-this' occasion were 1 'Starke each year going to Jackson-' '':'' '
:, ; Focus on Careers the groom's aunts, Mrs. John HAn-: vUle for the Ga-Fla game, becauseof :" ,': : ,,; t., :
\ drews, Mrs. Carl Hurst Mrs. Steven the numbers of who are \ ,
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: Parents ,
. 'j"\" ':; Single Program Kelley, and Mrs. Vernon Reddish. waiting along 301 to wave and cheer It! '

.;',, ,i"J'" "; ,Are you interested in changing The bride-elect was given a serv- them on to a hopeful victory. "1' ':: :\ ::!\:';; ::::' //Y: ,.:,:: '1
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:" .i.:','. careers re-entering the workforce, ing piece of her chosen china as a, President Hardy thanked CoachHall ',' {, ; ': ,; :

\" i: J., or making the.'transition from memento of this occasion. and all guests for attending the "',I.:.,:;.. ,' ',let1', ; / :' ":' / ( I" ,,, ;, 1'1,: i'\'I',\ : ,,..!, ,.)>',.".,\;\..'.'' ;,
', ,,; ':. ,, homemaking to paid employment. dinner and announced the next ',';-: :J,' :" "',:". ,< '.. i 'r :"': ;;'1' ,''': '' : '':''' 'I
C' )'.' of the club will be April 28, "J' '
\ The Parents Homemakers meeting '
Single or ', : "
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f""' Eastern Star' ',.; .'1,,;',: ; .. .
,". "' Program at Santa Fe' Community with social hour at 6:30: followed with J ," '' '
; I,' vocational .and a covered dish dinner at 1 p.m. Alt ';', : , \ '
"I : College provides Supper Mar. J 19 1 "'.'-,, ', ; '
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members are asked to attend this ,'
\\1 I : career assessment, counseling, Jobsearch : ,'; ,,' ;
.:'{" :::;11,' activities; and a two-week eastern Star Starke Chapter 224, special meeting to hear VP McLeod .. '?\..". ,"...". { ,.., ,,' ,'//0, '"",' i' 1 ;,is\ ir
l'i' { Order of the Eastern Star, will havea information on all planned ; S ,. :'-' : ? th,{ E;;!l : ;
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:II \ {. : employability skills class. present ?{ji1" rf\1."i\1: fv.\; ,:. 'E', / ,: '
f.h'it: ':,".,,: The next class is April 11-22.and covered dish supper Saturday trips for the 1988 season which will ., ,. ',,''t! "">,>(/,, \"'.1\,,'," "."',''I tt"'t". ."'.!.::',.:',' ,'." 'j ':"(,'' .,'"tS\. ., r1'fi, ,..)",7 ".. 4s'V
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: I' This program is free for single tucky, | ':d'; \ :,
,,' ", parents and homemakers 'who All Masons and their families are member, hopefully,will bring a .pro- ; 'f,,' 1\\' : \

", ,.;' reside Counties.in "Alachua. and Bradford Invited to attend. ., spective member,. ::,: ;I'\I'f'\ f: ":-;,;,:

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11 Cynthia' Winkler/ / Donald Green

Wed 'In',,Feb. 27 CeremonyIn' ', Brooker -:! -

Cynthia Eliza!: belli Winkler of StarKe were twin brother Douglas Green, Quotes 'to
and, Donald l Stanley: Green of the groom's cousin Michael
Brooker were united in marriage on Williams, brother-in-law Ron Yar-
Saturday Feb. ,27 in the Brooker brough from Tallahassee,and Eddie 11.a ,,
Baptist Church. Performing the 6 Winkler the, bride's brother from
p.m,candlelight ceremony was Rev. Gainesville. Ushers were Mark ,
Greg Douglas of Leesburg., Crews and Guy Wayne Parrish of '
Cynthia the daughter of Mr. and Brooker. from ,
Mrs. Edward Arthur Winkler of Train bearer were Misses Brooke' a
Starke,Donald IS the son of Mr. and ,Williams of Tallahassee and Ashley '
Mrs. Allen Stanley, Green of Nelms of Nashville Ga., both .
.Brooker, and the grandson of Mrs. cousins 4>f the groom; ring bearer ,'
Johnnie Mae Green and Mr. and was Master Weston Bigham from '
Mrs. William ,Bigham of Brooker. Brooker cousin of the groom. ." \ I
fhe altar was accented with Mrs. Burney Winkler, the bride's .
baskets of peach fUg mums, peach aunt, directed the wedding. ., t: leadingi I
roses, white gladiolas stephanotisand .
springer ferns with areca A reception at the Lake Butler !
palms and ficus trees with boston Community Center ,was held immediately I
ferns. Pew markers were cascades following the ceremony. '- ,
of peach roses, stephanotis, forget- The reception hall was decorated I
me-nots and ,babys breath with with areca palms, sheffeleria ficus I '- financial
peach and' blue miniature trees and boston ferns at focal :': .
streamers. Window arrangementwere points throughout the building.
globed candles with peach Two food tables were covered with
:roses and Victorian lace streamers white army-navy and lace cloths ...
Nuptial music was provided by with garlands of springert fern and
Ray Norman' and Mrs. La Von nosegays of peach roses,stephanotisand '..
'Dnvas; soloists were Mr and Mrs. peach and blue streamers. Hur- column.
Drew Andrews and Mrs. Sylvia Reddish ricane ,globe arrangements were -y -
placed on tables with a two-tiered
fhe bride, escorted to the altar by 'arrangement ''of peach fugi mums,,
her father and given in marriage by peach roses, peach miniature carnations .
her parents, wore a white satin gownof stephanotis with spikes of ,
and silk floss scfuttili embroidery '
crystal peach blossoms and boston ferns "
accented with a sweetheart placed at each end of the food tables. I> ., .;.,' .
neckline and having a hand-beaded Inviting the guests to. sign the s r "' '
,embroidered bocide with bride's book were Miss Monday .. T'. ''' ..'
Elizabethan sleeves, a deep basque Foureau of Gainesville and Mrs. .:-. ; -: tJf( "
waistline and a scalloped Cathedral Janna Samons. Cutting the weddingcake ,.
tram adorned with medallions trim, were Betty Sue Denmark '
med with wire ,hemmed crystal, Melissa Stringer of Atlanta cousin 6.45
Sheer ruffles: of the bnde>, Barbara Wood, Nancy I! "
The brIde's headpiece was a tiara Norman and Patty Williams. ;,2' i, i
ot' ,heavy-lace embroidered with \ : '
The table was
pearls outlined with baby pearls and with a lace groom's table cloth and centered \" '.-' ... _" 'K: "" .._ "_ .n.n_.T__ ._.. :.:.... _
crystals Her fingertip veil was with a chocolate cake decoratedwith ,
scalloped and outlined with baby a fence and farm scene.Cutting Mr. Donald Stanley Green' ': '
pearls brie: wore a 23 diamond heart- the groom's cake were Annette 'I" : :, ; ::-. ,
shaped! necklace with a solitaire diamond ''Messmore, Marilyn Green, ferry is BHS 6-month CD \ I : : '
The also a graduate'and : <
m the center a family Green Shirley Boyett and Susie ford High School and Santa Fe Community groom ,: .: ,; : ,>,,
heirloom. Her bouquet was Ii College and ts.presently is employed by Valieyview. ,; ": :,
at the bowl
Serving punch
Dames, Inc. of Brooker.
cascade-blend of ,whIle 'lillies, enchantment Ruth RIchter, Clare Jackson enrolled in Santa Fe Community .
were to the
flies( ,! sweetheart. roses GrIder and Matha Nettles. College School of Nursing, She is Following a wedding cruise
Nancy bndal will
,and English ivy, Serving and caring for the cham- employed by Fashion Stop in Caribbean, the couple .
reside Brooker
in ,
Miss Allison penmark was the S farke.
fountain were Herb Larsen, :
maid of honor and Mrs. Deborah the bride's .uncle, and Walter

.,the Varbrougn groom,of served Tallahassee as, matron, sister,of of from Becker Texas.the brIde's', cousin, both Woman's Club Program On Hospital Features. "

honor Bridesmaids were Misses Passing out wedding bells ,filled Robert Hudson, the Sr.:Vice President The luncheon was catered by Joe r
Angelia Boyett of Jacksonville, and with birdseed were Misses Brooke, Santa Fe HealthCare System in Lowry of the.Santa Fe HealthCare
two of the bride cousins. Patty ,Williams and Ashley Nelms;, charge of hospitals was speaker at .System:, demonstrating menues now !
Larsen of Wake'.Village, fx., and Out of town guests included'the the monthly/ meeting of the Woman's ,served lathe. hospitals.
,Kim 'Sheppard from Gainesville. bnde's godparents. Mr. and Mrs. Club on Wednesday, Mar. 9, Mr. '
They ,wore tea-length, dresses ,of Lawrence Raynor of Eastport, N.Y., Hudson' 'outlined their services' Mrs. Diann !Norton, Home Life ,
peach satin. featuring a sweetheart Mr and Mrs.. Herbert Paar of which include hospice care, explaining -' Chairman, was in charge of the program '"
neckline, off-shoulder shirred bodice Bullard;' Tx Mr. and Mrs. C,B. it is a non-profit organization and was assisted by her com '
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and full-gathered short sleeves. The Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard supplying quality care. mittee consisting of Marge Carlisle .,"' ,/ ,>., ..:" '
attendants carried brandy snifters Richter ,and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradford Hospital had a contract Betty Young, Hazel Kraft, Violet ""Uiear CD' ,'(I"J) :' ',; '., ,
with burning candles with cascadesof Becker, all of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. with Santa Fe to build the new Crosby, Elva Lee Edwards Gladys ',','''' ;: :: ''
peach roses, stephanotis, lilies, Herb Larsen of Wake Village, fx., hospital and slides were shown of all Hobbs Frances Steen, Carolyn. ,, ,
,blue forget-me-nots with miniature. ,Miss Karen Miller of Texarkana departments of the hospital. Nelson and Jenny: Sharer. ,, '
peach and blue streamers Mrs. Merry l Sheppard: of Gainesville, Technical' services are shared'' by
The groom's father, Allen Stanley r thus providing 'servIces The head'table'was covered with a
Mr' and Mrs. Alan Messmore of hospitals .., .
'Green,,,was.best man: Groomsmen Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. John that could not be had otherwise. lace cloth with centerpiece of green ', :
Frances M. Winston R.N.,Admissions and white flowers and shamrocks : : 4.1;;; ; :
Green and family of Memphis, Mr. ;
.., : St.'Patrick's theme.' .
and Mrs, Brent Hamond and Coordinator with Upjohn carrying out 'a V A IP J ,
Mart/ Johns and daughter, Mr., and Mrs. Riley Healthcare Services, :spoke briefly fhe individual tables had white I :1" ,,
Hogan,' Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Garza outlining in-home services offered to cloths with smaller arrangements,in 0
Don patients.fhe green and white; "
all of Tampa, Patty Williams
Rob MarriedIn "
Hunt meeting was presided over I by:
Hammond of :Tallahassee, Ann Other guests present were Mrs.
Dnver of Satellite Beach, Pat and, Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Devotional ,
JacksonvilleA Pete G. Feloa and Mr.At K. Carlisleof ,
Carrie Wood of Summerville, S.C., was given by Mrs. Myldred Cuttino. the Hospital Board Mrs. Lynn "<<' .
Raymond Guest,Shirley l: Boyett Mr. New members voted in the club '
Administrator ,
Gaskins,' Nursing ,, -
and Mrs. Gary Nelms and Joy, Doug were' Mrs. Orian Wells Mrs Vicki "
beautiful wedding ceremony Mrs. Judy Hansen ,and Ms, Mary '
Teal Mrs. Thelma Lewis and Mrs. \:: ..t.,
'was performed on l Saturday: alter Nix, all of Nashville, Ga., Ralph and l Sullivan.: '
,noon,March 12 uniting Alena Martel Clell Redlearrvof Springfield,.,, Mo,, Wallace Ingrahm, .,
'Johns and Robin LeIgh Hunt in marriage Erica Bigham of Leesburg,' Mrs. 2-year CD/-/ .
Performing the ceremony' Chamberlaine of Perth, Australia, :
and Jennifer Kaufman of .
were Mark and Delores Miller, Linda
of Church Lakeland Lloyd Wood of Astor
Pastors of Word LIfe on Jfhvn
Baymeadows Road in Jacksonville. Fla.,. ''Mary Ella Hardee, Mrs, .
Ms. Martel Johns is the grand-. Charlie Kane Mrs. Julia Franklin r
''daughter of Mr. ''and Mrs. Maxie and Mrs. Martha Ann l Smith: all of
Carter, Sr, and is a teacher for the Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs, "
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i Young Lady Tornado Softball Team Falls In a Classic to Keystone Heights' I'fhe

Lady Tornado varsity soft-' BHS 15,'Ham. Co. 6 third, only to make several key er- rierney hit a shot off the glove of KH Upcoming... p.m. game. .0--- ,
bailers, 4-3 so far, return only two BHS banged out 20 hits and played rors in the sixth and seventh innings. pitcher Cindy Hagglund. But Hag- BHS traveled to Eastside High In The Lady Tornadoes return home I IOnly
seniors co-captains, Came Musson good defense in the late innings to go The Tornadoes; rallied to 12-10 with glued made a great play to end the Gainesville Wednesday, March 16. next Wednesday, March 23, for a
and Lisa rierney, from last year's 1S4 over Hamilton County when the runners on first and second with two game, said Coach Slater. Today Thursday, March 17) BHS 4:30: p.m. game with Fernandina
10-11( team. Jasper lady softballers visited 'out In the bottom of the seventh. Lisa, travels to,Santa Fe High for, a 4:30 Beach High.
Musson, an outstanding BHS catcher Starke., '

BHS,field Is a leader.tough competitor Currently, and Musson the coached Hamilton team High, said was Coach a strong Slater, well Lady Tracksters Tie for Fourth at Palatka Invitational I

IS hitting ,621
with 7 RBI's
but the BHS defense was the dif
She has made several tough putoutsat ference. The Bradford girls tied for fourth BUS senior Lori Sapp, running half mile, ran the third leg of the second six places figured as points r
home and thrown several runners This time 'DeDe Prevatt got the place with 36 points In the annual with a blister on her foot, anchoredthe place mile relay team and was Girl's Results: _
out at third. win In relief of Pam Thornton. Palatka Invitation'' ran Saturday, mile relay with a 61 quarter. Sheis 7th m the high jump. 1M M.N.N ..... ---11., 5A..._
rierney, the number two pitcher Felicia Hankerson was 3-4. March 12, during the town's Azalea the only BUS double winner in the BHS ran without an Injured Terri 11.".
and center fielder last season, is Tangela Pittman 2-2. Lisa Tlerney Festival. mile and half mile. Sapp's 2:23.41: in Kitties who runs the mile relay, 440 n_ .w 1)/LetI'f....
quick and has a good arm. She can 3-5 and Carrie Musson 2-4. Tncia The Ocala Forest won the girls the half mile was a second better. yard relay, and the 100 meters, and *M*4 U*H..r.i.i1)t..NC..w..flu.)
rob you of a hit to short center with a Bath made several running catches meet with 68' points. Interlachen With the blister, she ran only what would have been in the long jump. t...'4 .....! tmi led (-. *. MlkMI. MtotoWtaMM
runner on first if you are not careful,. in right tieMHawthorne High was second with 47 points, she had to, to win the mile. BHS could have placed as high as second AitIM*__. tOm Mlilpl).
says Coach John Slater. rierney Is North Marion was third with 42 Ramona Tennant was fifth In the or third. Kitties had a slight M--Y4. ftm /)Uri tmtf.....1.4)OuMto HmnmI'M

hitting .676 (23-34). points. BHS and Gainesville High mile and second in the two mile. muscle tear In her leg, and is expected M-V4 0..*1_..wal.,..U U.Tw. .
The only other returning letter. Tourney... tied for fourth with 36 points each. Christie Harrell was fourth in the' ,to return soon. .Mite IhMI 1)) *......t.--.lll 111l ,II.
man is shortstop Wanda Jenkins, BHS lout twice I to'' Tallahassee
,currently hitting .690 (20-29), who Rickards in a softball tournament at BIIS Tennis Teams Split Matches with Keystone Heights Away .
has a strong arm and good range.A Hawthorne High this past weekend -
newcomer this season Is Umssa posting a 2-1 tourney mark. Newell on court two 8-6, Rick BHS Head Coach Jerry McGriff. Strickland 8-' win over Laura
King, a strong infielder and who hits' BHS lost 8-fl to Richards, a very' The BHS tennis teams split mat Kimutis.fell to Indian Jason Gray on "Everyone played well., Brunmg '
the softball as hard as anyone on the' strong large school who hit the ball ches with Keystone Heights Tuesday court three, Kirby Jo Hildebran The girls had beaten KHHS 4-3 in. In doubles the BHS teams won on
team. King is hitting .643 ((9-14. extremely hard, in eight innings in at the KHHS courts. defeated Derrick Courtney 8-2 and an earlier match this season but this court two where Tricia Parado and
All the rest of the 1988 varsity are the first game The surging BHS boys went home Mark Shuford beat Lee Glenn 82. time was on the short end of a. 3-4 Stnckland defeated Grabowski; and
Off the JV team of the past two 'with a convincing 6-1 team win with ''decIsion with two new players in the Brunung 8-5.
years. "Our Jv program is showing They ripped us pretty good, caus- four one-sided matches in singles. In doubles, the Brown brothers KHHS lineup. "It was a good close match but we
its importance this year," says ing us to make an unusual number of Jason Brown put it all together beat Gouin ,and Gray 8-4 and' played well/ Coach McGriff said.
Coach Slater. errors," Coach Slater said against KHHS top seed Kris Gouinon Hildebran ,and Jamie Whiteheadbeat Winning in singles for BUS were BHS returns home today to take on
"We have probably the best hitting court one with an 8-1 victory Courtny and Van Norstrand 8-4. Cindy Samons on court two, an 8-3 Baker County in a match beginningat
team in my four years," says In the second game BHS edged 7-6 Jodv Brown whitewashed Joey "It,was a good win,",commented! decision over Lisa Brunmg, and Jilt 4 p.m. '
Coach Slater. "So far, we are solid, by Gainesville High in nine innings.
from top to bottom." As a team BHSis In the third game BHS eased 18-9 by
hitting .545 ((166/308). Interlachen High then took their se- Church Chatter. revival beginning Sunday at the 11 Pastor Appreciation Day will be ship. Friends, of Rev. Spratlin and
BHS has two good pitchers, Coach cond loss from Rickards 16-8 and A.m. service Mar. 20 and continuing observed by the Starke Church of the church are invited to attend
Slater says, who rotate during each were eliminated Hellbron nightly through Wednesday Mar 23 God located at 422 N.St. Clair St. on these special serVIces and activities.
game. Pam Thornton starts and BaptistHomecoming ,at 7 p.m.Jeff Sunday, Mar. 20. .
DeDe Prevatt comes on in the fourthor Keystone High won the tournament Sunday Brauer pastor' of Rehobeth A special service is planned for New Hope Baptist
fifth. Both pitchers have good con- beating CHS 9-3, Richards 4-3" Heilbronn Church will be Baptist Church of Blackshear, Ga.,' Sunday morning and evening Ap-
trol, but by the time an opponentgets Ocala Forest 8-1. before losing to Baptist will be bringing the messages. There preciation expressions by the congregation Special Day Sunday
this Sunday
used to hitting Pam, DeDe is in. Richards 8-5 in the finals. Rickards, having a 'Homecoming will be special singing each service. and Various departmentsof New Hope Baptist Church will
Their pitching styles are different so however''was forced to forfeit the is welcome. church will be presented. A have their Thirteenth Choir land
school will at 9:45
,it tends to confuse teams, Coach final game and Kits won the Sunday begin Dean Baptist special; prayer for the pastor and his Usher's Anniversary on Sunday
Slater Florida School a,m.> followed by worship servicesat family, and a message on "When We
says tourney. High 21-25 Mar. 20, beginning with Sunday
Dinner the ground will Revival Mar.
11 on
BHS is a.m. Pray" by J:T, Kirkland, Jr,
The rest of the lineup : Athletic Association rules place an at 1 Special will School at 10 a.m.,morning service at
Stacy Marshall first base, a natural eight game limit on the number of take begin p.m.after lunch. singing Dedan Baptist Church in Brooker Following the morning'servlcel 11 a.m., and the Choir and Usher'son
there, Slater says; Umssa King or games a team can play in one place will be in a revival service March dinner on the grounds will be served parade at 3 p.m. ,
Tricia Bath,'second base; Conetha weekend. Rickards, working it'sway Highland: Baptist 21-25 each evening at 7 p.m. ,by the Ladies \Ministries at 12:30: Rev.\Jake\ Davis invites everyone.
Daniels, third base;,Wanda Jenkins out of the loser's bracket, Rev. Wallace Brown will bring the' p.m.
short stop, and the only other letter played its eight games. To win the'' Revival Mar., 20-25 messages and special music will be The theme will be continued In the Gospel Sing
from last Kendra Butler Rickards would have had to' evening service at 6 p.m. with "
man year; !; tourney Church will havea presented nightly.
Highland Baptist
left field; Felicia Jenkins shortfield ,beat KHS twice, but was forced to revival March 20-25 beginning at 7pm Sunday, Mar 1:7'will close the special singing and'special speaker,, At Victory Baptist

; Lisa rierney, center, field; forfeit the final game. nightly. Rev., I.C. (Connie) worship service. Dinner, on the Joey Rev..John Reese.: Spratlin, Sr. came to I A gospel sing will be held at Victory -
Tangela Pittman and tricia.Bath, "" Johnson will be the grounds will be served following this r Baptist Church Saturday Mar.,
1 felt we looked good, and 1 was' .speaker, Starke Church on God on Sept. 1,
right fieldEastside, '" service. The church is located on CR 19 at 7:30: pm.Featured '
impressed with our over-all play, 1987 Since that time he has earned
Set 231 one mile East of BrooKer. 'will'' The
; 'I; be
Homecoming singers
said Coach Slater of the tournament.; the respect of his church and community '
:.. ....Werut, well, ran the bases well At Highland/ Baptist ,'Pastor Appreciation' as a result of his involve- Freemans from \Nashville.. fenn.
Pam Thornton got the win in relief and over-all,our defense was above :! ment In his work In the ministry.The Pastor Rev. Bob Cooper 'invites,
as BHS banged out 27 hits in the first average." Highland Baptist Church will havetheir' Day,at Starke Starke Church of God has experienced -' everyone.
game of the season. For the tourney the key BHS hit- 78th Annual Homecoming, on, 'Church of Cod steady growth under his leader-
Key hitters were Stacy'Marshall ters were Carrie Musslon 8-12, Wan- Sunday, Mar. 27. Rev. George W. ..... -.. .- ,-. ...:...... ,.. --
... ,
,J-for-5, Lisa rierney 3-4, Wanda da Jenkins 9-14, Lisa rierney 11-16, Chisholm invites everyone to this ......., - -
Jenkins 3-4, Kendra Butler 3-4. and Pam Thornton 8-1. and Kendra special day.Youth' ,
Umssa King 3-5 with 5 RBI's. Butler 1017.Keystone. 'AnniversaryAt

BIIS 4, Fernandina 1 12 BIIS 10 St, John Baptist IjevI

"This was our first real test for Errors In the first inning andagain The St. John Missionary Baptist
< our young team" said Coach Slater, m the sixth, and seventh Innings ''Youth Department will observe its
and BHS rose up to defeat Fernan- put the game out of reach and 5th anniversary,on Sunday, Mar.,20
dina Beach 4-1 in the best BHS defensive host BHS lost 12-10 to Keystone High at 11:30 am..
I game so far this season, Tuesday afternoon March 15. Bro. Troy Harden will be the
again the BUS..) pitftyog ituqoL.t, KajMtooe hit a.>l .i.bait hard, plays speaker: A good time Is planned for fie
I Thornton Sm Prevail kept>,ernan?", good solid defense and is well all.The public Is cordially invited by GR
dma Beach off balance as Pam coached, says Coach Slater Rev. Willie Huffman, pastor.
recorded her second win. BHS was down :5-0 in the first Inn-
f r!; Big sticks for BUS:,were:' Stacy ing. "We made some untimely er- Beulah Baptist
Marshall 3-3.' Coretha Daniels 3-4 rors," the coach said.
, j and Wanda Jenkins 2-3. BHS rallied to tie the game in the Revival Begins

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:theaiterly said Curve having a central Florida 'on envelope and mall to: City of Lawtey,
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT PUBLIC NOTICE, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .angle'' of 26.5756 a radius of .10.00 BID NUM8EIU.o..l11'Specification. P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey, Fl. 32058.
MIDDLE. DISTRICT Of FLORIDA Th. Bradford County School Board, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT feet, On arc length of 221.20 end a chord and/or bid forms may 3/17 2tchg 3/24
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Slorke,. Florida will hold a Public Hear. (IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, bearing and distance of N 4451'30>l'W, be examined at the Bradford County Control 0627
Court No. 86.6 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Leave fool for all full-time employee of Case No 88-88-CAINSILCO th.nc. run, N 31'22'40" W, along said Avenue,Starke, Florida,32091,end. may ,
Plaintiff, the Bradford County School System. This CORPORATION, a Easterly right of way line 448,80 feet to be obtained at that tarn 'location, for
v*' Public will be h.ld In the School Connecticut: Corporation, and an Iron pipe: thence run S 58"37'20" W, $30.00 nonrefundable deposit
,ESTATE OF LOUISB LINDSEY, Board l Room of the District School Administrative MILES HOMES DIVISIONOF 60.00 feet to the Westerly right of way Bid Security In the form of a Bid Bond
'It; ol, ., Defendants, Offices, 582 North Temple INSILCO CORPORATION /line of Breamwood Lane and the Point of executed by the Bidder and a qualified IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
NOTICE OF SALE Avenue, Starke, Florida, on March 21, ''q: Connecticut corporation v Beginning: thence continue S 58'37'20"W surety or a certified or cathler checkon FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Nolle. l I. h.r.by\ given thai pursuant 1988 at 7:00: p.m. Plaintiff, 226.87 feet; thence run N 385644 any national or state bank In the Civil Division
too final judgment entered on February\ Copies of this proposed "Employ... vt W, 105.92 feet thence run N 58.37'20" E, amount specified In specifications Cote 87-617-CA" ..
.19 1988, by the above. entitled Court In Sick Leave Pool" may be obtained at the DAVID,ALAN MARTIN 240,82 feet to said Westerly right of way made payable to the Bradford County JACK M. COURTNAY and "
the above ttyled cause, the underttgned Superintendent1 Office, between BOO; PATRICIA ANN MARTIN ,line, th.nc.u., 531'22'<(0" E, along said School( Board mutt acccompany each bid MARILYN R. COURTNAY,
United States Morihol or any of hit duly' a.m.and 4:30 p.m. Monday, through Fri 'al.d to GACNON right of way 'line 105.00 feet 'lo the Point as guarantee that the Bidder will not ,Plaintiffs' ,
authorized deputies will tell/ the property ''day. ,Pefendantm, of Beginning. Subject to a 100 feet Clay withdraw from the competition after vt
situate In'' Bradford County, Florida; This published notice It In compliancewith NOTICE OF ACTION Electric Cooperative right of way ease opening the bids, and In the event. the ADDIS DAVIS' and
described atCommence: the Florida Statute, Chapter 120 54at. TQ: DAVID ALAN MARTIN meat across the Southwesterly 100 feet contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will ,MICHAEL ANTHONY DAVIS
: at the SW corner ol Section enacted by th. 1974 Florida whose ''odr... I III unknown, but of the above described lands, sold easement within,, ten ((10)) days after receivingtame Defendants.NOTICE .
22 being recorded In Misc. Book 19, execute the contract and furnish OF SALE
Township 6 South, Range 22 Eoit,run legtlature whose lost known mailing address was:
osl.rly,39, +.., more or less to th. Jim Duncan Superintendent 2525 Centerwett Parkway I l.H, Augusta; page 191 and Official Records Book 46 the required bond foHIng ,which the NOTICE Is hereby given that, pursuant
Epgterly right of way line of the Old Bradford County School Georgia 30909 on page 604 of the public record. of ,security shall become the property of to the Final Judgment entered In Cote
towtey Rood; th.nc.run North 007 East 3/3 Stchg 3/17 AND IF HE BE DEAD TO ANY AND ALL Bradford County, Florida TOGETHER the Owner as liquidated damage. Number 87-617-CA, In the Circuit Court
along sold Easterly right of way line -- PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS WITH o nonexclusive easement for In. All bids must be made ,on the appropriate 'of Bradford County Florida, I will sell
750,00 f.ello the Northerly right of way DEVISEES,' GRANTEES ''ASSIGNEES, gress., egress and utilities between State proposal forms, properly executed the property situated In Bradford Court
line"'of Donna; Street, thence run North lIENORS CREDITORS TRUSTEES OR Road 225 and the lands hereby described and placed In the envelope provlded'marked ,ty, Florida, described at:
SEALED BIDS will be:received by the In ; to Identify the bid andthin Lot 1 B, the 2,63 of
39039 fast along sold Northerly' right of OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANT an Inttrument recorded In the public being Sly acres
vday"line) ,225,00 feet 'to the point of City Commission of the City of 'Starke, OR ANY OF THEM AND TO ANY'' records of Bradford, County Florida In, shall be delivered or malted to Tract of GENEVA WOODS being a port
beginning thence continue North 89*39' Florida at the City Hall In Starke, Florida AND ,ALL OTHER PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS Official/ Records Book 212 page 509. Bradford County School Board, 582 N. of Section 25, Township B South, Rang.
Bait' along sold Northerly right of way until 7:30: p.m.: Tuesday, April, 1988, at ,HAVING OR CLAIMING AN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Temple Avenue, Storke, Florida 320?!, 22 East, Bradford County,. Florida and
line 15,00 ,feel; thence run North 007' which time and place all bids received. INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING foreclose a mortgage on the foregoing 3/10 2tchg 3/17 ,more particularly described on that csr
East' 101,00 feet, thence run South 8939 will be publicly opened and read aloudon DESCRIBED LANDS IN BRADFORD COUNTY described property in Bradford County, Control 0621 lain map prepared by Joseph G, Knapp.
Went, 75 00 feeti: thence run South 0*07' the following: FLORIDA TO WIT Florida, has been filed against you and 1 Registered land Surveyor, dattd
West, I0i,00 feet,to th. point of beginning One ((11 1986 LTD Crown Victoria 'Lot ,9, BREAMWOOD: an unrecorded you ore required to serve a copy of your. ZONING NOTICE September 14, 1978, a copy of which Is I
Police Car; hat been wrecked: car can, subdivision of Bradford County, Florida, written defenses. If any, to It on TITO 5. SHIRLEY BEAVER CHAMBERS hat mode .recorded' In Official Records Book 244 at
At' public outcry to the highest and be teen at the Police Station YardThe : said lot being more particularly detcrib SMITH: Plaintiff attorney P.O. Drawer application for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. page 462. public records of Bradford
best bidder for .h the hour of 12:00 1354.. Palatko Florida 32078, County. Florida.
co at on' or
of Starke the ed, follow situated
City retervet right aocc.pl os : In Section: 4, 1 In Zoning Classification B3 for record.
o'<:lock noon on April 6, 1988 at th.front before March 29, 1988 and file the Subject to easements of
door" entrance of the Bradford County or reject any or all bldt. Township South, Range 21 East Brad original with the Clerk of this Court Package Store, Blount Liquor, to the, Subject to a 100' building set back line
+- CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy ford County, Florida. A parcel of land.ltu"t.d Starke Board of
CourthaOse at Starke, Florida. either before .service on Plaintiffs attorney Adjustment on property ;from County Road S.E. 43rd Street ,
: Nell L, Tucker In Fractional Section 4 of bidderfor
located and tale the
Doted thereafter, otherwise described below: at public ; to highest
: February 22. 1988 or Immediately
City Clerk Township 7 South, Range 21 East Brad Building on Parcel 02 0-00000, Section cash: at the front door of the Brad
Richard L,Cox; Jr. ford County/ Florida said a default'" will be entered againstyou
1 United Statet Martha! 3)72tchg324Control) 13. of BREAMWOOD: LAKE VIEW beingLot for the relief demanded. in the Complaint ,21, Township 6 South, Range 22 ford County Courthouse'' In Stork,
Middle, District 01 Florida 0625, surveyed by Joseph, G; Knapp at, or Petition East, located 1755 N. Temple Ave. [U.S. Florida, at 11:00 o.mn the 7th day of
Dorothea Beans, ' ''' Registered Land' ,Surveyor .and being WITNESS MY HAND and the teat 1 of 301 N) next to Bradford Motel'. In old April, 19S8.
Assistant U,S. Attorney CALL FOR BIDS more particularly described as follows, this Court, on'the 26th day of February, Goodwill building. GILBERT S. BROWN
SEALED BIDS will be received. by the' ,AS CLERK OF SAID COURT
Attorney for Plaintiff Commence at a concrete monument at )1988 The Starke Board of Adjustment| will
3/3 4tchg 3/24 Bond Trustees of the City of Starke,,at !the intersection of the Northerly right of GILBERT BROWN conduct a public. hearing ore Thursday, By Beulah Moody Clerk
,the City Hall In Starke. Florida until 6:3Op way line ''of the Seaboard Coast Line Clerk,of Circuit Court' March 31,. )J988, In the Council Room of 3/10 Deputy 3/31
.m, Tuesday; April 5, 1988, of which Railroad fight of way with, the East line'of Cathy HigginbothomDtputy, Starke City Hall at 7:30: p.m., Storke, Control 0615)
FREE'EXPLORING time and place all bids received will be said, Section 4, and run N 0027'29'W, Clerk Florida, after having. be.n reviewed,by
publicly opened and read aloud on, the along said East line, 281,57 feet to the ,3/3 4tchg 3/24 the Starke Zoning Board. ;:r rAt i

following: northerly'' right of way line of Edmonds ,"'+"'- I this time,all persons will be heard
GOD'S WORD! One ((1) aerial bucket truck, 65', Drive: thence furl N 71l85ft' W along 00020-1 ,concerning this application as specifiedIn PUBLIC AUCTION ,
Specification may be picked up at City the Northerly tight of way line of sold BID NO,B.04111 the Zoning Cadet of the City of Stork. NOTICE It hereby given that on Mon.
HOME BIBLE STUDYthe Hall 209 N. Thompson St., Stark., Edmonds Drive, ,1033,20 feet to the SECTION 00020, \ Zoning Administrator day, March 21, )1988 at 10:00: o'clock
Bible Course Is taught in your Florida from 8 o,"nv to 5 p.m. Mondaythru Easterly' right of way line of Breamwood ., INVITATION TO BIO, i Storke Bd ofAd|. A.M., the 'undersigned. Gator
Friday. Lane: thence' run N 21'27'44" E, along Sealed bids will be received by the March U,1988 Frelghtwayt, 'Inc. will tell at public auction
home free of charge. Sealed bids should be marked In the said Easterly right of way line. 156 62, Bradford County School Board. 582 North Itchg 31 17 for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd j Jackson
This f" a non-denomhiationalstudy 'lower left hand corner of the,envelope. feet I: thence run, Northerly along said Temple Avenue, Starke,. Florida 32091 Control 0626, 'ville, Florida, one lot of cerpet consigned -,
;based only! on what 'thus satth the, Sealed Bid.. Bucket Truck to be opened, Easterly right of way' line with a curve until LOCAL TIME 6:00: P,M. DAY OF ." ta Gist R.V.Inverness,Flo.. ,to satltly,
word of God." ,6:30 p.m.'April 5, 1988." concave Westerly, sold curve having. a WEEK: Monday DATE:April 11, )1988 and REQUEST FOR BIDS freight and storage charges, under the,

APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C.' The City of Starke retervet the right toaccept central 'angle 79"4820'y a ,radius of Immediately thereafter publicly opened 'The City of Lawtey will be taking bidt provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
'/ 230.00 feet and a chord bearing and 'rated recorded In the Con
or r.ject any or all bidt, aloud 'and to redo their septic tank system and to Standard Bill of Lading. .
782-3303- City of Starke. Florida distance of N 18"2626: W,'295,08 feet; ference Room, of'' the .School Board connect the overflow pipe from existing Gator Frelghtways, Inc;?;
thence run N 58'20'36" W. along said for .
Building the following Carrier
'Re". Emmett Bright''To By LTucker"City septic tank (behind City Hall)to existing '
; of line .
',. Clerk Easterly right way ;;238 14 feet! to RE ROOF REPLACEMENT Pro, 14 805303
schedule your home bible a Point ,of 'Cu.ethenc.. ; ., run NorJ, 'at Bradford Union Vocational Center and pump station. '3/10 2tchg 3/17
3172tchg324.Control said of Bids must be In by March 25, ,1'1sa.,at
Information fhwesterly along Easterly right
study, or for additional Starke Elementary School, Control 0616BADCOC'K
-- 0624 way ,line :with>, a curve _concave. Nor t2:00 noon. Please put'Septic. Tank. Bid": i



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AUTOMOTIVE PARTS f I Ii Lewis Timber'Co. .
CENTERr .- Crafts t Consignments
1 -' BRID'-GE I Located on too S.towrdX.yston.,
FURNITUREKim 'iWY 301 S. 964-6871'
TOGOO'S take right on 24th *V.mj..follow

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660 S. Walnut' 964-5644
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Blankenship'sChimney'Sweep' Count Carpets of Starke i i. Grlffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCEPUMP&SUPPLY I
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1Locally I I 3 L' .I !Tons o?steel hanging' Works :

Service ;, jj, lili I water in air.'.,.supporting.pannlng mile an unending of- "Home of the Stumpknocker :Attend your church regularly

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964-8278 '964-6108 964-6154 k ', many ants. 1 HWY 301 N' 964-4451 or 964-5531 '864 Temple 964-7061

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Eyeglass ,Store E-Z Wheels Auto Sales i \ ,I meal) The bridge saves untold Bradford Furniture HURST'S EXXON
hours and '
We Finance i J open up *-'
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Buy Here -.Pay Here, The bridge of prayer. "24 HR.'WRECKER SERVICE"
what miracle) HWY,301 N.. .
eyeglass center" ,'f' a Spanning!
N. Ave. ." .
,1320 Temple 4, Heaven and Earth,,. 987 N.TEMPLE AV..
103 Edwards Rd.: 964-8588, 964-7783 .' '., i carrying the needs and 964-7347 964-6111

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Steve and Cindy Futch, a d vista Into the realm of' '. Dignified Service
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Chastalns Jewelry & Gift lead tV God' world iT1 STARKE KOA
Andrews Drugs"For 1 1i 1i ;3EO '
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worship this week and every. "Serving you first"' From"of u* at Wustem Steer'

week". 441 W.Madison St i US 301 South ,CORPORATION

964-6881 11 'it 964-5237; or'9646313 964-8061 Mark Mullins & Employee'

,WATERS GROCERY, Mosley Tire Co..' Calf Now' 964-8018
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24 HR Wrecker Service : ,7J.JOJ ((1Mm-DIxle Shopping Center)) l
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Art SuppliesCustom' Framing Superior quality homes at 301
In'ai' the Repairs
the rfgtlt parts '
better at Denmark's.
Starke ,
affordable tG4-7200.
Printing 5. Office Supplies 402 N..Temple HWY 301 N. prices y
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DOUGLAS BATTERY OF : : ComrpunHy ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS Daniel E. Hildebran You must put on that newman I

'STARKE 's IAIrF1t'H/1f't43Utf't'' I. r.:i State Bank Inc Certified Public Accountant created In God's
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Reeesri.We tw. Management & Staff' ((904) 964-4143: Image whose Justice and

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, I Annual Strawberry 'Pageant Scheduled for Apr., 2 in BBS Auditorium 'I

The Tweity.sixtb Annual Strawberry Pageant will be
held Saturday,April, at 7 p.m.This year's pageant will
be the first to have the benefits of the new sound and
lighting systems in the beautifully redecorated BHS
Auditorium. '

Application deadline'was Saturday, Mar. 12 at noon,
so no new entrants will be accepted.
Advance tickets are now on sale at Mitchell's Drug
Store, 157 E, Call St.,or from some members of the Jr
Women's Club. Donations of $3.50 for adults and $3 for
,children 10 It under will be accepted to fund the''1988
Community Service\ Projects of the Starke Jr. Women's
:There'is fabulous enterta fitment scheduled for this/
year to be provided by"Front Row"of Jacksonville, an
a capella group who has been In international competition.
This well-rounded group hopes to have something
to suit everyone's taste, '
The upcoming schedule of activities is:
.Monday Mar. 21,., 7 p.m.-Make-up session at the .
Clubhouse. ""' :
Thursday.Mar.31,7 p.mt.-Pageant rehearsal l at BHS'

Friday, ,Apr. 1.,7 p.m.-Pageant Rehearsal, 'BHS
auditorium. arc 1a s
Saturday Apr 2,'12 noon-Judges' interviews with
contestants at Clubhouse. '

Saturday,,Apr. 2, 7 pm.26th Annual Pageant,BHS
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",, /. "t''r Miss Deborah :Tyliczka,, daughter of Robert and ,'Miss''Melanie Kyle Wood daughter' Elaine B. Wood
I.> The daughter of Mike and Cosette Howard of Starke, Janice fyliczka of StarKe,is a blonde haired,hazeleyedwinner and Leslie H. Wood 'Starke, is 20 years old and is a
., .' Miss Sharon "Michelle" Howard is 16 years old, has of several beauty contests. She graduated from sophomore at Santa Fe Community College. She enjoys
'... blonde hair and green eyes. The BHS Junior has won 15 BHS in 1987 and is a member of Madison St Baptist water skiing, reading and aerobics. Working parttimeat
'-" ,, titles m beauty pageants over the past two years,and is Church. rerwtllegar Motors is sponsoring Miss'fY hczka Western Steer, Miss Wood is working on an ,AA in
'pot -....:.. i in the Beta Club and is Senator in the Spanish Club. She and tuture plans include continuing to train as a dental Pharmacy and looks forward to finishing this degree at,
enjoys horseback riding, swimming,'skiing and being assistant and then receiving her dental certificate. Miss the University of Fla. She received the National
with friends Terwillegar Motors is sponsoring Miss fyliczka enjoys walking on the beach dancing riding Cheerleadihg Award for 4 years,In 'high school and
Howard. 4-wheelers and experimenting with new hair styles and ''received the Beck Academic Scholarship in her senior
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Miss Selena Norman; daughter of L., M. and Sandra, REBQ
rebate certificate available at this store Offer expires April 30,1988.All
Norman of Starke, is being sponsored by Western Steer ,__ -
;r". Steakhouse.iThe' blonde hair, blue-eyed BHS Junior has .--
won several beauty pageants and currently models (or Li'
Pic 'N Save. Miss Norman is Varsity Cheerleader' 4NAPA
r-t? member of National Honor Society and Little Women's : ---
Club. Her hobbies include piano gymnastics and model -"- the right partsin
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Miss Tori' Lynn Clark,daughter of Richard E.Clark Complete': Service independent
Srj, of Starke, is 18 years of age and attends Bradford InsuranceI
High. Miss Clark has won several beauty pageants andis AGENT
currently Freshman Class President and on the Stu-", ;
would like to seek a career in real SCMVC* YOU n r-
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estate. Miss Clark's favorite pasttlmes include PHONE QUOTES ,';;:-,. :::::,'i' Imo.. '

cheerleading,'dancing swimming and modeling. MISSClark' WELCOME.j.v, ;;.;;":"'""" '!":' ,;:,, ', ,,,, .
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8th Ranked Indians Beat ItllS, ''in, 'Eighth Inninir .,RaIl

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BHS baseballers lost 9-3 to visiting ble, putting runners at second and Eastide mounted a four run com- seven,-and walked one batter.,Lewis' ''the second when Jason' Johnson

Keystone High in the cold wind rues- third. eback on four hits, but BitS held on got in trouble in the eighth.: Dean walked,, moved to third on Allen
day afternoon. March 15., and won a Tim Lewis, the lead. off''' batter to stopthem. Cubbedge relieved Lewis took, the ,Jenkins': single.Johnson and Allen
slugfest with Eastside High 13-11 singled to drive in Polk, and Long, Bo Hersey, 3-2, got the win;,He' loss because the winning run was on scored on a two RBI shot to centerfield .
A" Monday afternoon here putting BHS up 9-7 with nobody outw struck out five, walked none. "An base. by James McNeal.
The BHS is 5-4-1. The tie with In- Tim Lewis singled in the fourth. outstanding performance,marred a. KH' big inning came on BHS
terlachen High will be played off. Jamey Carver was admitted on a little bit by errors." walks and wild pitches, and one hit. Upcoming.,,
2 March 24 on the BHS field. A bad throw off his ground ball and, ...l H KMI BHS needs to build more depth In the This ,March 19 BHS hasa
..... .. Saturday ,
regularly scheduled game will Lewis moved to third. Cordelt ,. a a 0T.Nl..OK pitching. double header with Eastslde in
,'t'o, ,.I. follow.A 4 p.m.. start may; be worked score's two out single into center SOA 4 4 I 1 1TILN.d 1S.I.I BHS scored one in the botton of the Gainesville. The JV will play at 11 -'
I out. Lewis and moved Carver to 4 ,,4 IINNwrdll eighth when Tim Lewis walked mov'" a.m.,the vanity at 1:30 p.m.
ft./ third.Carver scored when BHS triedto 10' S I 1Cw0waN ed to third on Jason Johnson's)
....... Next Tuesday, March 21, BHS '
BIIS 13 Eastside 11 make the ES pitcher balk.The: too. 1CenIofI and scored wild
... pitcher .If i i single, on a pitch. hosts North Marion in a game set at
1 .. BHS came from ,way behind to didn't balk but tried to catch _Me.1Io I aM.h.MWNMON The .other two BItS runs came.in &!:30. p.m.
r finally win 'a 13-11 decision over Cordell Strong in a run. down.and a 1 t
Eastside High Carver scored from, thud It.was M to*, kmi o.ui. tr. M. ....... I..4 -
11-7. BHS.BHS Pull,........c.o...
BHS'committed six errors and !
allowed live ES runs in the first inn added two runs in the tilth Keystone If-.BUS 3 STEALS-DEAL !

ing. It continued in the second inning when Albntton was admitted on a Keystone High, ranked eighth In
with three more errors and two runs passed ball by the catcher,and went the state in Class 2A. scored seven
allowed. ES; led 7-0. to third ,;on' John Berry's single runs in the top of the eighth, breakIng -,
BHS batted around in the second .Travis Long drove a ball down the a 2-2 tie, to win 9-1 on the Bas 1sa
Inning, scoring mne runs on seven right field line. The first baseman diamond Tuesday afternoon, March s ha Spa
hits, to go up 9-7. rim Lewis led witha made the play at home, but fell down "
single Enc Nazworth walked, and ,and Albritton' scored. Berry scored 15.rIm Lewis 1-2, pitched seven innIngs QQ
,James Carver .doubled on a Tim Lewis single, putting BItS ,
scoring gave up two hits,. struck out
Lewis Cordell Strong walked. up 13-1 after the fifth.

James McNeal singled, scoring Naz- .
worth and Carver. Matthew Albnt- '. -"
Strong Seven. ton walked John Berry, up with the (
; bases loaded,drove a ball by the left % 4AviL11 Oa bat
BUS pitcher TInt UwU gas.p just fielder, rolled to the fence, and P I'\G
I 2 hl
but couldn't get any relief an error at third base to tie the '
help In the eighth u Keystone game 7-7. Travis Long was admitted oxy C9j.an-tep": ,'. Suggested retail: $349.99 '
capture a 9-3 win. when the first baseman left the bag. e Powerful 3.4 cu. in. .
Randall Polk hit a ground rule dou- Engine NOW ONLY

"', :5CC c 1/0I1 e Automatic or Manual

. BHS Defeats, KHHS,, in TrackThe li % O Sa e ilf e Solid Chain State Oiler Ignition, $24999Poulon

/;/ Safety Control Tip Bar
Tornado girls won 87-69 over 11.05 ') _. 10. M.M 41 ,.... .......... ...., 7 Pnnian Low Kick Chain
Keystone Heights on the Bradford '.11.... < CLEARANCE "' ..-.: '
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High track Tuesday afternoon, I)1.) tn.nl.Ml 4471 1 .
March 15, m what was supposed to 2'2: ) PPIQ Rd. .s:1': .
) Located
at 101 Edward Stark. .
be a tri-meet but the Suwannee High ,KH*. 111* 1))...,LOS,ado 4))MlulilkMtail. KM!. \
girls dun't show. 2.21. Mo..' SRt..3J..6p.(
1M-V4 D riii I)ffUH 1O.M.M 1))Hkfct.LOrA 41 -
In the boys meet Live Oak won 1))ttomr McCuMlM,NII,1114)155| .KN1.U M, 01t 9 C34tif3tiVO -.
'with 7? points, BHS had. 56, and I MIle two I)HlhOT,KM. 11.11 4t 1)c..W.rtIM Lnl !11

Keystone High 35. M.*.....II...Me.... It 1),.)..tut".,, KM, UiMM I) ItaxMAMI. 'C'Qt'RYTJ-tIn9: muST .SOT/ Exclusive t year'limited,' warranty on an Poolan models.See dealer tor details.ITNqpwil .
The BHS girls are undefeated at ..
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1) ilv. Oflk It4 I !) tH$ 401 M Siaoke key"on. ,
home in any dual or tn-meet. (I..... 1,4141. 1.1. Nkk.k. tr.W, Ln15... Fid. Pest Control Starke Power EquIp Bob' N/1dlt.
Lawnmower a.
GIrl's Results: ,,1..e,....,.) 1))KM / $ \ 639 E.Call))St. <438 S,Walnut St, Chahlaw Repa$.Hwy 21N

t,.>fun.. 1))*Hmrr..,fin,u"%"- 1)),...Mkk.K, This Saturday, March 19, the BHS .. 964-5745 964-13568 473-0233

INS 0..1)Mr ) t..y.> MIKh.ll, IM.Trl'tKM \-2)) N./.,. girls and BMS girls .and boys CUMttuM.by ThaMn, Ouwmoim.. Ino.Bono.Tinon,OA31TW" CMmoau" "Im*
ftr ))McOral.KH$.WiV, 440-yard relay teams are going to' V AM.Ny..wry.M', M..'. e. -'h rw1d M/.1 u1. .445..04.1.u ms,
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.Sill. M.13 9)))McOf.lh. KM.II J*. .luggage rack, AC deluxe $
1304 L...H."I 1 NK...W.._.M.M4' 1988Bronco RWL 24 r. -
wheel trim tires,
2')Millar.KM rt.M.l i
/04 turn 1))Urt.....IM.I.a 71}'_",KM, II AM/FM stereo w/cassetla U
.|t4l 9)) ehol....H....... mi..It4* 4)) 5.....t.... mo ,
.*..*.IHS.at4rrIlr4 _deck. __ __ _
Dnlll 1)) 0......,'..... tl1 2)) Aflm.WHIIWIU I
IM. II tf 1)) twrt KHtte...IM,"7J 4HI. /| 7 passenger,AC. auto."
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MH.Kwin IJ) .._. iMI fmuwnt. IM. UiO* >. .. O/drive, 6 cyL engine, '
McOrMk/KM 17:1144: AM/FM w/cassette speed
.Mile*...,. I)ml Ha a(rnri KWI. ............. 27i'
...... control,tilt wheel, luggage
l (|i ct: Results N.rr.p l UH: I 1M,) 1))KM 5,17.11.Boy's Aerostar rack.

UM fm II>Hkll..kO;'41:f 2/....*_.tO.40f'' _____
1)). Cr.klo' .. to. M-f>A" ,4)) Me''_ lfkh. WS. XLT w/Tree AC, also Am/FM
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tirM< 7),__.KM, lOrt 4)Ctamt.imUmmt.Dlutnr cast alum, whls, chrome $ 95-
.,- "
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Hlfc' Jum.1 1))Me''.,'J. klm' ,.IHtKH .1 r I''M5.54.. step bumper tach deluxe 253 -
I S- >j WU_. KHS.lr 4))M.fy__: 4x 4 per :
Silt.10'. Ranger to-to paint sliding rear mo.i
line J5.q.I.)Md.M_,....,IMJ.IT'I'_ r __ winriow & RW1tires..
ri., ,to 1$101'TN. 11 1.." 1)) l.
lpl.. J.q l I) M.I.M Jnitlm. IHt. W4'(V I) 2-dr., special value' pkg.,' ,

.Kiriyn..IM-Yci KM.M-tVf Hlgk' Hw, 1$MI, H Hkti.IO.14 M 1))Ifmtmtmrth WSW tires, speed control $ 09'. .
IM. I*.11., wire wheel covers,AM/FM/ ---
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>l..l 5)| F__. tO II l> 4)) WIIIMm.' tO,, LX cassette pram soundsystem per
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dual electric '
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......Cwmmli. *........t4..TMmr. ,.,..,.nM 49.41. NO MONEY 4' 2
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'I., Funds Sought''. :Buy DOWN : mo, -

't For ,Track Shack

'The 'Bradford Track Booster's'' COME .BY and TEST DRIVE the Starting atALL

". ,.. Club is raising$1,000 to renovate the -
inside of the track shack on the corner -'. -

of Adkins and Orange Streets., NEW FORD FESTiVA _I 61.95
The club is refinIShing the inside of

security used the old for track storage., storage Shack Being that, equipment installed used to be Is Check I Out!These: Quality Previously Owned&Vehicles t

storage, '''dressing rooms,' I

public.bathrooms address, concession and scoring stand tower.and',a '80 VW'RABBIT' : '85 Chevy :SilveradoV8 "'86 OLDS Cutlass/Ciera;

"There have been unforseen** costs, '2 DOOR. WHITE--clEAN Auto, Air, AM/FM Stereo :4 dr 31,000 miles ONLY ..
we're, in a crunch, says Coach

Loper.Work'. will be"done. with inmate Only $1,595. ,Only' $8995. '$6688'

labor, but $1,000,is needed to pur.
chase materials. _

track Anybody program interested is asked in' the to, BHS contribute '80 Mazda RX7;, "86.Ford F-150' Lariot 'XLT : '87 Tempo GL

says Coach Loper 5 AC Stereo 302 auto; PW PL.speed conUtilt, tutone, AC.+ .. .
"Any donation,.'will ,be 'appreciated spd., Auto, AC.AM/FM Cassette PS, PB Tilt..
,"' says Coach Loper. EXTRA SHARP$10,995 .1,
There are four levels of giving: SHA pforQ.nly$3995', Only '$7995.,
General contribution, up to'' $24;
bronze level. $25-49 silver level
$50-99 and gold level is $100 and up. '84 JEEP Hardtop '87'Ford Ranger '85 Mustang GT
are tax deductible. I 4
L t Checks may be mailed to Buddy BlackPRICED 4 spd., AC, camper obi.V.t 11,000 miles, 'Auto,air, power windows/doors. Extra
Paterson, president of the Bradford EXTRA
Track Booster's Club, in care.of AT $4395 "Clean''lony24.000mlles.,
Lawtey elementary School, or'to $6995
1 Coach Loper at Bradford Middle for only '' Priced right at Only $8995
School. '
Footballers Feted '82 CHEVY CAMAROAuto. ', 87 F-250 Diesel ',84 F-150 SWB '84 COUGAR
At Steak Supper .,AC, LOADEDHI!! Bright Red., Supercab 4x4 4 spd., AC,tutone, PS, PB; Auto'AC, stereo.ONLY35,673,,

XLT Urtal.22.000 m.....!power.LOADED'!'!! AM/FM stereo. miles,,
Tornado football players and SHARP-ONLY $5795 '
coaches were honored at a steak Only'$15,695; Only.$5,995 SAlE'PRICED '$6695

supper Wednesday night, March 2, ,
in the BHS caftena. Payment based on Ford Factory Rebates as down payment. 10.5% APR;66 Mos. with approved credit.

W.T ,Jackson',,and son Mark
Jackson donated, the steaks The
Quarterback Club provided the trim',, f d
,mings. There was no talking: just -
good eating, reported. Head Tornado: -.-en V* Terwillegar Motors'
David Hurse. c 2 auto
"We very much appreciate the efforts -

of the Jackson on behalf of the 00.Oote: ,
team" said Coach Hurse. '
>t" 964-720O 473-FORD "
W.T. Jackson began treating the m\es-P"\ 3711O96Gainesville 388-FORD ..
football team to a steak supper back Starke Keystone Hgts
in 1985 when lila grandson Billy '$g895e "Jacksonville
'Jackson was an outstanding 209 W. Madison State Road 21f
defense end.
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MARCH 17. 1988
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Crowd Comes to KII...

Co-op's Annual MeetingBig

Event for Keystone


ByMarkFriedlin The popular Health Fair returns to
K BCT Staff Writer 'the Annual Meeting for the third
fhe big event is almost here -the year. Sponsored by Bradford
: annual event which draws a, big Hospital Inc., the Health Fair will
:. .
-. >y ; crowd to Keystone Heights each provide health-related tests at no
year for free fned chicken, music, cost to members who desire them.
speeches, fun and a good-old-' Tests will Include blood pressure
( fashioned day in the sunshine. cholesterol and risk factor.
Clay Electric Cooperative will To highlight the co-op's,50th anniversary -
hold its 50th Annual meeting at its ,special exhibits featuring
% 4'riw + :i 1i home office on State Road 100 in preelectncdaysappliances, suchas
Keystone Heights on Thursday, wood shoves, wash boards and
March 24. hand pumps,will be set up at the an-
A variety of activities are planned nual meeting Other energy-related
during the CCH>p'S annual meeting, exhibits will be a vailable.f or viewing
including the election of three by members.-
members to the board of trustees, a This year s entertainment will be
business meeting, entertainment, a provided by The Lewis Family of
health fair, special exhibits, a free Nashville, Term.The Lewis Family,
chicken dinner and a chance to win a a noted bluegrass gospel group;
door prize entertained at the'Co-op's, annual
fhe names of four Co-op members meeting in 1986. Their performancewill
selected as candidates for the three begin around 9:30 a.m, .
trustee positions during recent, Other special events planned for
trustee district meetings will be the annual meeting include remarksby
#. placed on the election ballot at the 'key speaker Reuben Askew,
annual meeting. former Florida Governor from
Incumbent board of trustees 1971-1979 and former chief trade
member Susan Reeves was selectedas negotiator for the United States.
a candidate for the District 3 position Board of 'Trustees President Angus
;' incumbent board of trustees Hastings and General Manager T.B.
member Wayne Hollingsworth was Millican will also address members]
selected as, a candidate for the Last Friday March 11,Clay'Electric
District 7 position; and Co-op mailed approximately 60,800
members Blake Hamilton and checks to members and. former
'Big Crowd Expected... Robert, Mullins,DVM,are seeking ,members who paid for electric ser
election to the District 5 trustee posi vice in 1978 who snare In the $J,07
People from all over the tH-county area will be flooding Into Keystone Height; top tent shown In the picture above., tion. Voting. for the trustee. candidates million refund declared earlier this
Thursday when the day County Electric Co-operative itagei' IU annual ,Election will be held special exhibit will be on display on the ground" begins at the conclusion of year by the co-op's board of trustees.:
meeting.<< where Coop employee have been working< Crowd can expect a day el entertainment,peecbe: door prize and plenty of the event.' ,( (around 9:30:, a,m.).., fhe polls will current members of the co-op, with
those good old free chicken dinner at the event which I.held under the big<< ; close at 7 p m.JOAN'S the remaining checks going to per'
sons who are no longer being servedby
the system. Refunds for all years,
prior to 1978 have been paid. This js
"TRADE IN the 13th consecutive' year Clay Electric -
has declared a capital' credits
,Clay Electric General Manager

>\ :': ;::: : : surplus r.B. Millican was applied said $93,000 to accounts of the of
; YOUR OLD FLOOR" those members that left the system
,. without paying up. reducing the
amount lost to bad debts an unfortunate
FASHIONS cost: of operations
ou "Those persons who, were
members of the cooperative in 1978
' and who paid for electric service for
: !r COC3 tllcj far that year,but who don't receive a re- J
; ARMSTRONG fund check in the next few days.
: thai should contact one of the co-ops
c\tra district offices' said Millican
Co-op members should maintain a
" ", special a&ter current address with Clay Electric-
after leaving the system enabling

: INLAID COLORras. outfit ? them credits to'refund receive checks.'ii future. capital'

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Beyond Words...

The Winners...! 'The 14 entries In the Mi Ugly Contest were (l-rs Bernard "Carribean llankerson, Billy "Loosa Madosa" stroud Michael "Ima Reddy!'
I Tenacious Tina (Mike Elder),the winner of the Ml Ugly contest, congratulates Queen" Baei, Reggie"Ravishing Regina" Leverson Eric "Easy Erica" Stilwell Tommy "Wilaby Willing"Jones,Mike"Tenacious Tina"Elder,
first runner-up Seductive: Susan (Todd GlIlenwatersN, 'Verunac. Chad "Luscious Lorraine" Reddish Todd "Seductive Susan" Randall "Sexy Sasha" Polk, Brian "leda Dixon" Davis, and Jamey
Gillenwaters. Rick "Fora Price" Klmutls Cleve "Lotta Cleavage" "JJ'Feelya: : Iliney" Carver. '

ICs, a Bird, It's a Plane, No, It's Mz. Ugly..., ,
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"Unique" is the word for this .

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Beautv Pageant at BHS I "

by Buster Rahn ,won the"Miss: Congeniality' award. Ida Dixon (Bnan Davis), arobic
BCT Staff Writer First runner-up to winner 'work-out. ---
Mike Elder, aKa Tenacious firm, Tenacious Tina was Seductive Susan' Carribean Queen '(Bernard
was the winner of the fourth annual (Todd Gillenwaters') displaying a ,Baez),congo dance: ,
Mz, Ugly, Contest ,held Saturday'' pom pom routine. Ima Reddy'. (Michael Stilwell,
'!" evening March .12," in the ,BHS., Second runner-up was Lotta ,ballet dance.
auditorium.. Cleavage (Cleve'Hankerson),with a Easy Erica ,(Eric Verunac),
Some 400 people attended the com dance routine. dance and song. ,
'r'" edy,. featuring an all male cast of Other finalists were Lucious tor-// Last year's winner, the 1981 Mz..
1 beauties. raine (Chad Reddish) with a pompom ,Ugly, Juicy Joyce (Kristin Alday)'
routine; Loosa Madosa (Billy took "her"' final,' graceful "walk'before '
,' Don Hardy acting as master of .Stroud), demonstrating his versionof a shocked audience of adoring
''ll i ceremonies, kept the show moving,' a ballet dance. fans,who noted their idol had put
i with (he 14 contestants participating The eight,remaining."contestants*. ". ,on a little weight since last year..
in street wear, talent and evening were<
The annual Mz. Ugly contest is
gowns. Co-Director Marion Douglas Ravishing Ravina, (.Reggie sponsored by the All Sports Club, an
said the participants did a "terrific Leverson), Stnptease. :organization for funding high school LUCioUS Lorraine Leaps..
job, gave their best,and had a great Fora Price (Rick Kimutis)', sports activities, with,the exceptionof Chad"Luciou Lorraine"\ Reddish does leap during his/her pom-pon.
time;'making it all possible. Evelyn ,.Unicycle Juggling. football routine -- '
Womack was codirectorwith.Ms. .Sellya Hiney (Jamey Carver)_ The directors of the club wish to
"Douglas. sang, "1 can't say No." express their appreciation to all participants '
VVilaby Willing (Tommy Jones i Sexy Sasha (Randall Polk, veildance and those who worked in MORT'GAGE--
displayed his talent in,dancing; and the show to make it successful., Tennis InstructIon' '
Starke or Keystone ;'

"Repair ,System Changes for Phones ". Private Lessons i'7.\ '
.. ... $10 hour -- '
'-' per OR .
Central Telephone Company of lease equipment. As 'an example, L, White, Centel-f lorida general Learn with a Friend '. I Q I'
Florida officials have announced lease charges for single line rotary customer services manager,.. said For $5 each. ,# I ,
that, effective Feb. 1, rates for non- telephones with maintenance will In- Centel Is returning to the "good old
regulated leased terminal eqUIp- crease from $1.49 to' $1,60,up $.11 days"when customers, could call fora Call Mark at. Harold K. Davis
'ment will increase by an average of and will include parts, labor and trip repair person to visit their homesor 473-4380 or 964-6305 Loan Officer LENDER
5 percent to cover an improved charge. businesses without incurring A BAflK Of BOSTON COMPANY
iv. maintenance, package. substantial charges. Current Students "
Some customers will experienceno include members of BancBoston Mortgage Corporation
Effective with the, change, aU increase as their maintenance fee The only difference," White said LICENSED MORTGAGE
'i'' '''customers who lease telephone was built into the price of their lease, "is that customers now have an op KHHS High School Team BROKER/INSURERS'
.' *< .. equipment will no longer be billed a Basic rates for local exchange service tion of dropping their telephone off 105 N.W 33 Court. Gainesville Florida 32607 -
''s' ', trip charge- when repair personnel which is regulated by the at a Convenience Center or having a Office
are dispatched to their business or' Florida Public Service Commission. repair person make a premise visit,, 375-295O Local Number' 473-0266
fiorne' to repair leased equipment. will not be affected. whichever is most convenient.'' FHA. VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages
Currently to avoid a trip charge, With this change, maintenance is .. White said many customers will
customers are required to bring the no longer' optional. It will likely continue utilizing Convenience,
equipment in need of repair to a. automatically be included in lease Centers for repair but the option of
,Centel Convenience Center, fees and the customer will not be premise visits should provide a, A REVOLUTION IN
billed for any repair charges exceptin substantial benefit for the elderlyand
The rate adjustment' appear'on the case of misuse or abuse. handicapped who find it difficult
-' February, bills of customers who' ,In announcing change,James, to obtain transportation. WATER CONDITIONERS

II. If you are concerned about sodium In your dl.t .' .
iI'I. K3notico K-LIFE Is tha answer.
J.E''. MILLIGAN !'Accounting Service ? ',(A Water Conditioner Salt SubstituteGUaranfeed )

Winning Tennis Bookkeeping &' Income Tax Preparation
Serving the area since' 1970 \ NO SODIUM (SALT)
,Instruction 1)6 N. Walnut St. I oc'/l' 1 Nxf to' POll Office : ASK NO ELECTRICITY
starke I -8 6 9?> j DowntownH.I.C. \ ABOUT Remove
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Sunbird CALL 'COLLECT '904-622-4963 Electrical Work Overhead Fans

Low.Miles., Loaded

$689'5ORlAN Name Type of 'Home\ Lighting Fixtures of ALL Kinds

WELLS Address Wood p' BlockD': 24 \

CHEVY OLDS City ,MobileD OthrirO! HOUR.SERVICE Range Hoods I Sound Systems

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TELEGRAPH TIMES.. urkiuf'B'rDonation. _BSH .........."'.. ___._

a "'"" : Lawtey Unlimited Makes I

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f. f'frlJi''11'}j;"..'.,(;I I'I' ';.; Donation to Head Start, 1

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I ;,I. \"
._ "I.\" Mark Friedlin their children are in a safe and pro- of the most important programs
tected around for these and
r BCT Staff Writer environment youngsters we
Starke's Head Start School! received The lack of playground equipmentwas are glad to help now and in the y
V. a welcome gIrt last week when Inmates the impetus for the decision to future," *
.y in the Department of Correction :. ask for assistance from the DOC Stoumbolu heads 'S unique
's Lawtey Unlimited organize Lawtey Unlimited Organization. organization lumself, in which in:
lion presented the school with s Head Start President Mrs. Martha mates at Lawtey Correctional Institution -
charitable donation to purchase new Blackburn requested help from the originate and carry out service -
% .jLLi playground equipment. organization and was pleased to be projects which/ benefit the entire ,
t The Head Start school is set up to able to report success last week community, '
y1 _.,n+ educate disadvantage youngstersin when the check was presented by The Inmates in the organization
thebtarke-Umon County area has President of Lawtey Unlimited have helped initiate several community -
i done a remarkable Job in providinga 'Stratis Stoumblis."We service programs in past
'T Iy. solid education good nutrition in were more than glad to help years: including the very Successful
the daily meals program and a 'out such a worthy cause when we Toys for Tots program in which
1 warm learning environment for heard of their needs here at Head Inmates built toys for needy children
1I their students Start," Stoumblis said "This is one, for the Christmas season,
The Head Start program 'is I
federally funded by the Department
of Health, Education and Welfare The tax changes
w r x I and serves over 15 disadvantaged
students in this two-country area
Students who enter the program are the mostsweeping
have the benefits of professional Instruction -
: Irom qualified teachers in
F ,
a warm,caring environment so vital
to pre-schoolers The program also
provides working,parents with the in history* ,.
to while
opportunity earn income flip

. Put H&R Block on your side.

The. tax laws have,Changed Jramimi.illi\ gndih! u| 'rint hirve Jinngcd! ,
... too,Our experienied prepares thijront'liK iin.rvtyiiij the( hew lax,laws and
form Will", find you the biggt'ot rcfunj/DU! h.iv mung, If there; ever a
Accepting the donation for head 'time!for H&R Block,jC'1 now
Bridget Gardner.CDS lead Start ''
Director;Mr. Shirley Bowman, 1320N.TEMPLEAVE.STARKE> Large Shipment of New Car : ,
Associate Director of Program and ;;

Jesse the Head Jenkins Start,Center Program Manager In Union for 964-7783 TradeInsBuy Starke, 964.,N. Main,St, 964-8286

Baker and Bradford Countk '. Here Pay,Hero GOOD VARIETY COME-SEE US 9AM-5PM,. Keystone IIwy 21 N, 473-3646:
the donation for
Presenting We Finance .Visit the office Nearest ''You
Lawtey Unlimited' I*PresidentS LOW DOWN PAYMENTS EZ PAYMENTS !
r4k StooumblU.

SATURDAY Come Meet Jim Watson



":; teE AND COKES filOfl.M. *V
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r"-t TO 2 P.M. 5 Thursday

I -. -t Hardware' fill 3 LOCATIONS > ,March 17''

$ Prices Good At' Locations:'. 9 a.m,, to 4, p.m.:
$ ',. Starke Melrose' Keystone Heights Starke Location' r' '

# Sale Ends March 20, 1988 I
SALE GOOD'N.E..Fla's'leading


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28-3-6 special I formula to build thick,preen
/ town Contain stow release nitrogen lor
,6 I extended feeding and quick release 12-INCH '
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.,t News Briefs' I

: recognizance. A third man David according to Patrolmen Susan'' Starke Police Department Drug Lawtey but teller Ireta Bright called rested for driving under influence
Raiford Man Killed Allen Wilkerson 28, of Lawtey was' Wilkerson and Danny thrift the ot. Task Force Officers. the company who discoved business after his vehicle caused a three veil.
In Auto AccidentA charged with aggravated battery lacers stopped the two men in their checks were ,missing from the cle accident March 12.
and carrying a concealed weapon, vehicle a short time later for a traffic Man ArrestedAt checkbook. Strong was detained by
Raiford man died late Saturday .with bond set at $1,000, he was also violation,, at which time two the teller on a pretext of checking a Albert Cornellous'Baugees' blood
night (March 12) when his car released. Bank,Branch deposit, until Mike Oglesby. owner alcohol content was .10 percent according
drifted out of a highway lane and pieces of crack cocaine were seen by For, ForgeryAn of Pioneer, and the police arrived. to Trooper Phillip
crashed into a parked tractor-trailer the officers on'the dash and seat of Further investigation revealedthat Kraszewski. Baugess,driving a 1967
In Waldo,according to frooper J. M. Two the car. alert bank teller who suspected Strong, a former employee of Ford pickup, struck the rear of a
Waddell. Cocaine Charge Both men were charged with forgery led police to the arrest of a Poineer, had already cashed checkson 1984 Pontiac attempting a left turn.
Jeffery Allen Richardson 33, was possession of crack cocaine with Lawtey man earlier this week the business account at an earlier The vehicles were northbound on'
driving northbound at 30 mph on 'Two Hampton men were arrested bond set at $500, they were later Willie James Strong 23, was time but Oglesby said he has been CR-230A.The Pontiac then ran Into a
SR-24 when his 1961 Pontiac left the March 13 m the Reno area of Starkeon released on their own recognizance. charged March IS with uttering a assured he will be reimbursed 1982 Pontiac. Damages were listed
traffic lane and struck a legally charges of possession of cocaine, Taylor was also charged with improper forged check and grand theft according as minor la the accident and then
parked and unoccupied semi. John Donahue Crawford, 29, and tag and driving while license to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Starke Man DUI were no injuries.
Richardson died at the scene of the James Monroe taylor 28, were suspended. Strong attempted to cash a check at
11:03: p.m. accident, according to observed parked at the Thomas St. The arrests were a result of'the the Time Branch of Florida National In 3 Car Baugess was released after a
Homicide Investigator B, A. "ujMrlments talking to a black male, continuing': surveillance by the Rank from Pioneer Electric In 19-year-old Starke; man'was ar $362.SO surety bond,was posted..

Williams.No .
charges have been filed in the

Death Row Inmate

Darden ExecutedMarch .

IS at 1 a.m. the man who We've Designed The
spent the last 14 years on Death Row ,
Ultimate Supermarket
and survived more death warrants 'i One Stop Shopping,
than any condemned man in thecountry
was chair.put to death in Florida'selectnc .

Willie Jasper Darden$4, was con- .
victed for the 1973 murder of''a : '- w
Lakeland furniture store owner who
walked In on the robbery and attempted
rape'of his wife at their ':')1)) STORE HOURS''' "

store. ,
March 8 Gov. Bob Martinez signed MONDAY SATURDAY
a seventh death warrant only a day .'" '
after the U. :S. Supreme Court rejected 8 A.M. -' 10 P. lZl2le' .
"j :
a post-conviction appeal. ,
Martinez set the execution for SUNDAY

from March normal 15 which procedure.was a Executions departure ,,' 8 A.M. 9 P.M. =r:

'usually are scheduled about a month J a eTM.
after warrants are signed. I -f
*'He Darden) is not going to I INm AND WIN TNI .:.:=..
Punts aUUVMNSMtfmvn&Kis
abuse the process any furthersaid .: -OFFICIAL TOUT ouurrPR.c7s
nod ,
Joe Spicola, the governor's general 1 WMMOUHANOCOCACOLA. ....' _-..-..w-n ...
counsel. "There's 'absolutely no :::':- ,

,possible sentence legitimate should not reason be carried that outj the ,'I, O--a-: : =w-.w.rrr.r-- GOOD PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE, LOCATION: ',
REGISTER NOW ..... r..w...-
The governor feels that enough is : STARKE
DRAWING .wo w AUa.w.aowo.aw. ua.n+o arrow.o.u.nw..wuNARGM
enough. The law has to have finality '
r ==
Is. was MARCH 17 23, 1988' .
,some time. C

Severallnjur es RESERVED ; ..'
In March 8 Accidents ----ws s "'

Three people were taken to Brad
ford Hospital March 8 following an = PHARMACY'' tm WE WANT' TO CASH

early morning accident on US-J01 :J ,
north in Starke. .
William James Lee, 65, of Starke, PRICE 1
driving a 1982 Dodge pickup pulled Y 1 ALL THAT IS REQUIRED IS A VALID
from Onan Wells Chevrolet parking DRIVER'S LICENSE
lot, attempted to make a left turn on tee cold
US-301 into the path of a southbound Y AND JASK '_ beveragesREFILLS rWINKDIXIE
1973 Ford, which struck the Dodge. '
Lee was charged with failure to guarantees not to increase "SIMPLE AND QUICK,

yield right of way,,'according to the:,' price, of any prescription through WINN DIXIE CASHIERS WILL APPROVE 1 CASH CHECKS WITH A
,Patrolman Mack Short. December,31.,, 1988 even if we receive a .WUO FLORIDA OR GEORGIA DRIVEffl LICENSE FOR 3 l sM00Choose Community State
Driver of the Ford Walter price increase from the manufacturer. 1. PERSONAL ECHECICI'Of!THE AMOUNT OF PURCHASE,
Henderson. 55, of Lawtey .wastransported This pertains to our Everyday Low Prices NO from Bank__
to Alachua from General Hospital Hospital by and excludes the use of any coupon offer.: PLUS 11000 NO CHARGE over 30 Flavors! "

Rescue 61,according to Paramedics Ask eYlr PbaswieiislsN D.1.ils. wi WILL CASH PAYROLL CHECKS AND CHECKS FOR a'.h..ILw Supermarket Bank '
CASH ONLY FOR A NOMINAL FU. s' SMgM Ira.eN tounttfn..
Nelson Green and Bill O'Neal, suffering W. Will Mat knowingly" UllcleaoId. ____...... s.AM to Htiii your Mm s..o.a_ at Wlnn-Dlxk ,
from a laceration to the.

forehead. Lee and passengers Annette .. .. -- _., .
----' -- -- --- --'-- --
Dean Simmons,30,and Daniel

received Roosevelt minor Knowles injuries., 21,all of Starke Over 10,000 Low Prices to Cli t J'um"
Everyday v
Damage to the Ford was $1,000. 6 Get it to Go ;in ourDELIBAKERY .
Damage to the Dodge was $3,000,

Starke Task Force .KMT*twO'-T.LIMFRIED .__........... "EOULAR,'AOC_ELCCTRIC -


Three drug suspects were, ap- $Q69 ;- f '
prehended the first day of operationby PC
the police drug task force.Lt. SIZE 7 RMAYp itAlSE
.John Hodges and Patrolman _"' BAKU*MCM $ 79 i 97 *
Michael McClain were patrolling APPLE PIES VACUUM | 32 01
'The Apartments" early Thursday BAG SUE
morning (March 10) when they saw "
Gregory John Angelovich of Lake ... $169 -
Geneva leave the buildings and go to SIZE t I on- .
his car. Patrolman Susan Wilkerson """1 .).A>Of MM.K.aror..o..La.taaw '
27 and he MAID SYRUP
stopped Angelovich saw SPARERIB DINNER .. =
:Had about eight grams of marijuana CITSUPn_mumnoM.mjg..Mauum
'," in his car. He was charged with ",
possession of cannabis and possession 8 =
!! of drug paraphernalia,. with ,EMH '
bond set at$2,000 total. He was later Turkty Breast,. *3"SandiJichM 89 < ilL PURPOSE CLEANER '$2"
I released on his own recognizance. TURKirBRElSTO99 32-MLSUE =
About an hour later the officerssaw f = *!.= t L r -- -
two men driving north on Old 01
Lawtey road. Wilkerson and Homestyle $: WINDOW =CLEANER -= 1

Patrolman Kathy Mercer stopped Cookin from 'K.J1.'i :
>driver Charles Edward Lee 24,and :
f, WinnDlxie'sDellBakery OUF uTMHaSwa; _MKXIY m-.
Jerome Terry Turner, 33,' both of -:4: t1
,Lawtey and searched the car by con- y' BARBECUE SAUCE sc 79eOU Y '
sent.Mercer ,Ilwaw-W hY..l ui.w ,tOUTM '
saw a crack pipe that was '"
still warm,said Wilkerson. A'second =hr.rr..r.wot i*Wtovt ut* MUSTARD. ,. ,. a a'. :; 47C IlL Ir
pipe was recovered in the car and a -w1*wrr ra.M.,S.i UN,,(UN epn.CaUFish, T i 01.1.11055a / .
,medicine bottle containing about$25 '
''of crack cocaine was found by the W TEA BAGSaff'l", $169
roadside, she said. 41-SL' "
Turner was arrested for'posses, ICED TEA MIX *2" SUE
sion of cocaine possession of drug '. '. '. =
paraphernalia with bond set at for Compliments in the
$1,000. He was later released on his fSl
own recognizance. I FISHERMAN'S WHARFDim LILAC
Lee tried to run away but the of- STRAWBERRY PRESERVES ":: 2"
ficers caught him, Lee is charged '.;r DETERGENT ,
with possession of cocaine, posses- -. ,
sion of drug paraphernalia,resisting FMM HUM-.. SIll BUCK PEPPER ,. ,. s$179MMUM.
arrest without violence with bond set .CATFISH FILLETS = UMNO OWH L1MON, UMS._PWK .MMT m nmu.xa'

at forgery$2,500., forging Six additional a bank check charges were of mZ; $Q89OfLia 'LILAC COORS BEER ., . S 24i \

placed against Lee with bond set at 1.1 DETER&EIT.A_

$1,500 The task he remains force was in custody.set up to combat -- PWM MMM MMMO 31m. 79 C WINE COOLER .' = 2"
an increase in drug-related CATFISH NUGGETS
crimes, according to Chief Jimmy ,
Bowen. The officers will be patroll- $O59 AU. Pu. N.tl..
ing the streets in unmarked cars
which will be swapped so.they cannot '/
be detected easily.' FRUIT BRINKS
We have been concentrating on FILLETS _
burglaries and now we are trying to '
hit it from a different angle."accor- = :$199

ding to Lt. Hodges: "If you go after $449. I 3* ,

crime.the drugs" you will stop a lot of the 41 TOMCOUMTWHITE CtM.SUE .

3 Men Arrested '

For: Fighting $499 = .eCViN
,u. OhsbAuss _
9 three men were arrestedfor
outside Econo
the Lodgeon

Starke Thomas and Theodore Roger Lee Brese Johnson",21.25,of of NEWS $ 99 '

Texas were charged with aggravated u ''f r (iIr7I $149 fem. $ :
assault, according to Lt. It.a .) >I:09
Michael McCain. Bond was,set al w w MAIXON IRw.L-.L./I 5,ni

1000 on each charge, they were i, ,
later released on their own' -

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a ;lh hrt Antique Preview Show Tonight I

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,By Mark Frledlln March 11 beginning at 5 p.m.'and' ending The show committee of'' the
BCT Staff Writer at 8 p.m. Admission to the Women's Club has done) an excep-
} Spring in the air here in North preview is $2,payable at the door. tional job in promoting the show and
_J A Florida and It's time once again for The regular show will be held on giving each entrant in the event a
Starke'a Annual Antique and Collectible Saturday and Sunday (March 18-19) good location for their particular ex
Show. from 10 a.m, to 8 p.m. and on Sun- hibits.
Ii I This will be the sixth presentationof day,March 20th from noon 5 p.m. The Items for sale at the show are
k'a this popular event by the Starke 'Admission is$2 and the ticket Is good Incredibly varied with 30 booths
f' 7 Women Club and la expected to be for all three days. displaying all kmds of antiques and
even "bigger and better than ever The exhibitors continue to fill up r lectible show items like figurine; ,
before". the available spaces with reservations the Dessert Booth will feature a
The Bradford County Fairgrounds from one year to the next and wide variety of desserts of aU types
will again be the location for'the all have commented on how' enjoyable but featuring those made the famous
event. Located on U.S. 301 one mile the show is to them and how Bradford strawberries.
p ,north of Starke. well they do in sales and; meeting A ticket purchase of U In advanceor
Fine Art of urowslng..j.r ? Dates of the show are March 17 new customers during the weekend $2 at the door will also qualify
I .TheM antique show patron hat plenty t.look at and,buy.hi but years show and this see should be even hiiger; ,20, with a special Preview Show, on extravaganza: for a chance for a daily door prize
and on the drawing for the Grand
Prize of $100 to be awarded Sunday
This show is the main fundraiser
for the Women's Club of btarke,

plus Everyday Low Prices .:.- civic which One and of conducts the educational more many interesting endeavors charitable booths;

at repair the show exhibit this with year a will noted be a expert glass

from the Waldo area on hand to work
while you wait.Tiny nicks and chips
may be smoothed away on those old
favorite glass pieces which need
Another popular booth features(information
CHEK on reworking and renewing
SAVINGS antique furniture and also tip on
,l more modern items that need
the ever-popular Strawberry
Boutique,the booth sponsored by the
*Quality Second to none '*Unparalleled Variety Women's Club, will feature "White
Elephants" and crafts contributedby
members of the Women's Club

: That's what you get every time you, buy Chek: Astor, Thrifty be The cooking"Kountry to capacity Kitchen"last will year also is

'Maid or ''any one of these fine other Quality Brands. any.southern.indication cooking with great at its examplesof finest

costume Jewelry country home
items, tin ware, baskets, quilts,
: V china, mirrors, old and new hand-

::.:V.': OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES SAVE YOU MORE! made periods clocks, old and, furniture rare books from, dolls all,

." and many others too numerous to in
(' ;;' ; \ clude. .
\ .
::'' \\\I;\':, PRICES GOOD THURS.-WED., MARCH 17-23, 1988. -:::::.: _- Heilbronn VFD'

Sell Raffle Tickets

{ Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire'
c.I YOUNO-N.TENDER Department members are now selling -
rattle tickets to support the fire:
department Tickets are ava ilCIe for, I
<. WHOLE BONELESSCHUCK '' BAKINGPOTATOES all donation from any mcmrx-r.,The 1
drawing will be the last,
: FRYERS U.S CHG 4Dz ROAST : 'Bradford The volunteers County Fair'thank everyone

who supported, their cookout last
Saturday' approximately $500 was,
',raised,to help the department\ .
.J C
38. $187 FLIP Troopers'Continue'License.' .

: ; Lo. .
':, 'l '',
.\ ," :p,,' Vehicle Inspections'
," I I :'
,",:'.."\ ',,'," Bradford County
,'"' fhe Florida Highway Patrol will
":';, ','
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during -
the week of March 18 through
:,.. HARVEST FRESH March 24 on SR-21, SR.-t00SW2a0; ,
( &K-18,SR-16, CR-18 CR-16, CR-21B,
i I" :: : ; i PRODUCE CR-225,. CH-125, CH-229 t CR-231, 1
CR-227,CR-221,CR-2JO: and CR-100A,
" "' ... In Bradford County, "u'
,1'\1':\:;';: B8NELESS -- Recognizing the danger presentedto
', .IWI.o aiN .... defective
98c vehicle
t CARROTS public by
:': :' ; i '. ,. "
; : SHOULDER Fucutti( PORK CHOPS Mvumutt KMHOBAKING equipment, Troopers' will concentrate

:::' ::" PICNICS TRIMCOT POTATOES ,. $19: operated their with efforts defects on vehicles such as being bad *
brakes, worn tires and defective
: t i $297 lighting equipment. In addition, at
I LI. MUSHROOMS .' .' -. 98 tention will be directed to drivers
NAAVtli WIN rw M Who would violate the driver license

>I\\"'1: ..:, Pork'"loins"' '... .r Sparoribs' "" *'.- '2" SALAD TOMATOES LA49c laws fhe of Patrol Florida.has found these check
points to be an effective means enforcing -
\ the equipment and driver
..."......... ooN.enla ', license laws of Florida while insur

(' i:: : aA.eaN.RANea.atEN.BOLOGNA _HUGO'S,11110e _.-PIZZA_ ... 2-5" wKReMILK ing the protection of all motorists.

: :;; or'' FRANKS SAUSAGE 588 or SHERBET Union The Florida County Highway Patrol will

I I C CORN DOGSPIMENTO : : : : ,: : : ': : : be vehicle,, conducting the inspection week of driver March checkpoints, license 18 through during and

.Ai.n./.w 1 HAIf March 24 on SR-100, SR-121,SR-231
.'--e LI. CHEESE uV9 GAL ,Mt-241 SR-238, CR-18 CR-237,'
CR-229, CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A
and CR-796A in Union County.SMOKING.
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COOKED HAM .' . .. #2" LESS ',VEGETABLE GUMBO', ,,M0.:'sloe (,

MW WMU HO*e.*MOT BMM aum MUM-piunPIZZAS Do you have all the facts on
99 $2" smoking Call Tel.Mod at 9644896or
SAUSAGE$1"' $1 .' ? 37..0007 and ask to hear any, of'
these tapes by number

SLICED BACON . $1" ,1 ', ORANGE JUICE '. I.". '.' ''- 85 ,, ,21 'Cigarettes and heart disease

693 -Weight control' while quitting\

_......, .UpRruNoRlOUTAR! 695 smoking Reducing the risk of smoking,
s WIM MT'u.n
MUNO mauuutBOLOGNA ALL 1aNeTl!$ ,
,.1' WV 697 DoyouwanttoquilsnXikmg
V 'CHIPPED 698 Whatdoyougetouiofsmpk: I j
, Mgt '
or 700 Effects of cigarette! smoke on:;

," 'j6 121.me.. 99 < 21J.a.39 HI. 98,* non-smoker '

.. r ,rue. SIZE ,

; ",' eWIWI............
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Mr Edward GagnonMr. four sisters, Mrs.Elsie' Johnson of Morgan and lane: Morgan, aU of Funeral services will be held Fri- Church and retired in 1963 With over Richardson', ",\ "
Las Vegas, Nev., Mrs.Marge Stokenof Starke; two sisters, Myrtle Fletcherof day, at 2 p.m.in DeWitt C. Jones 40 years as Secretary of New fork Mr. Jeffery t : ,; "', .
Edward Thomas Gagnon, 81, Brownsville,, Tx, Mrs. Mickey Chesapeake, Va., and Mable Chapel of Starke with Pastor Norman Life Insurance Co. Mr. Jeffery (Jeff) Allen Richardu'' t ; '';. ,
of Starke, died Saturday, Afar. 11 at Oshewskt of Chicago Hts., 111., and Tudor of Bracy, Va.; four brothers' C. Swsse officiating. Intermentwill Survivors include two sisters, son, 33, of Raiford, died Saturday "' .
North Fla Regional Hospital follow Mrs. Ruby Poquette of Baldwin Axley Johnson and Earl Johnson' be in Santa Fe Cemetery under' Helen Smith of Chicago and Phyllis night from Injuries suffered In an .
tog a brief illness, Mich.; and two grandchildren. both ''of Btgstone ,Gap Harold the direction of Jones Funeral Home Dreyfuss of Glen Ellyn, J1J.\;\. and auto accident near Waldo., .
Funeral services were held Tuesday Johnson of Hampton Rds., Va, and 'of Starke. several nieces and nephews. Born in Moses Lake, Wash., Mr.
Born and raised In Iron Mountain, Mar. 15 at the Chapel of Archie Charles Johnson of Latta, S.C. Funeral services were held Mon- Richardson bas lived in Raiford ... ,
MICh., Mr. Gagnon was the son of Tanner Funeral ,Home with Rev In lieu of flowers, the family requests Mrs. Eula JB. Ilaynes day,. Mar. 14 at Park of the Palms since 1967. He graduated from Union
the late Ennie and Mane Gagnon.He Gene Bass officIating. Cremation donations be made to either Chapel with Mr. James E. Gilbert County,, High School and was
served in the U.S. Navy in World will follow with Archie fanner North Central Fla. Hospice, P.O. Mrs. Eula Blvins Haynes 98, of and Mr. William ''A. firickson of employed with the Wells Fargo
War 11, then moved to Park Forest, Funeral Home of. Starke in charge of Box 15235,. Gainesville 32604, or to Jacksonville, died Wednesday, Mar. ficiating. Interment was in Keystone Company In Gainesville. He was a
111., where he lived for about 20 arrangements. ,the American Cancer Fund '9 at University Hospital following a Hts. Cemetery under the direction of member of Life and Praise
years. He later moved to Key Largo brief illness. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Ministries in STarke and a memberof
where be owned and operated the Airs. Kathleen Gilbert Mr,,"Nate'HallMr. A native of Alachua County, Mrs. Hts. the Heilbron Springs Fire Dept.,
rescue servIce' and repair manna Royce Nathan "Nate" ''Hall, Haynes lived in Jacksonville from Survivors include his wife, Liza' .
for about 13 years. Me moved to Mrs. Kathleen H. Gilbert, 64, of 81, of Hampton, died Tuesday, Mar. 1938 until 1982, then moved to Mac- Ann Newman Richardson; son, Jef-
Starke six years ago and owned and Starke, died Thursday, Mar. 3, in IS in Whispering Pines Care Centerof clenny where she has resided since. fery Thomas Richardson; and his
operated the Gagnon Rebuilder net nlcep following a lengthy battle Starke following an extended il She, was a homemaker and a Mr, Jimmy W. mother Nita Richardson, all of
South of Star He. tie 'was a Protes with cancer.. lness. member of Faith Baptist Church in Raulerson Raiford; four brothers Mike of
tant. Born Sept. 14, 1923 in Appalachia, Born Dec. 12, 1900 in Hampton Macclenny Chipley, Sam of Starke, Steve of
'Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Va.v Mrs. Gilbert moved to starke in Lake Mr. Hall was a lifelong resident survivors Include her son, Daytona and Mark of Cocoas and
Jean Jenkm Gagnon of Starke; two 1978 from Keystone Hts. She was a of Hampton, a member of Richard "Ricky' Haynes ; Mr. Jimmy W. Raulerson, 128,, of several nieces and nephews. ,
Dale Thomas Gagnon of Nor- homemaker'' and Yvonne mother, Brooker,, died .Tuesday at, his home
;Sons volunteer at Hampton Christian Church, and a daughter/ Dancy; Funeral services were held Tuesday -
,cross, Ga., and Allan Scott Gagnonof Southside Elementary School In retired railroad maintenance Mildred Geoghagan; and two grand- after a sudden illness Born inGainesville in the Chapel of Archer Funeral '.
Park Forest, III; two daughters, Starke. worker with Southern Railroad and children, all of Macclenny. Mr. Raulerson was a Home of Lake Butler with Rev. "
'Mrs Vicki Jean Grant of Gadsden., SUrvIvors'' Include her husband, GS&S Railroad. Funeral services were held Saturday lifelong resident of Brooker. He attended Richard Norman officiating. Burial ..,,".
Ala.,and Mrs. Donna Elaine Wren Ledr John D. faith Bradford County schools and '
of Gilbert; daughter, SurvIvorsnclude' brother, Lynn Mar. 12 at Baptist was in Sapp Cemetery under the "
Lilburn Ga.; two brothers Henry Teresa A. Morgan; son-in-law, Halt and Marvin ChurCh.. Bunal was in Phillippi Baptist was a truck driver. direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Gagnon of Park RIver, MIch., and Steven Morgan;; three grand- / son-in-law of and Church Cemetery in Lake City Survivors Include /his wife, Vickie Lake Butler. .
Pete Gaenon!: of Lawrenceburg, Ky.; children, Athena Baker Micah Williams both Hampton with Archie fanner Funeral Homeof Raulerson; daughter* Mindy O.
several nieces and nephews. Raulerson and
son ChristopherScott
Starke in charge of, the ar-
f rangements, Raulerson, aU of Brooker; his
mother,Mrs.Alamae Green Rauler- ,
son of Brooker: four brothers, Tom
I News Briefs Miss Alma Moore my of Ocala, Robert and Gene both
Y of Lake Butler and,. Randy of
'MIss Alma Lucille Moore of Parkof Brooker
the Palms (Keystone Hts.), died Funeral services will be held
Recent ,Arrests cannabis, less than 20 grams, was .12: percent. He was released Friday Mar a in Wiley Manor at Thursday at 2 p.m. in the First Bap-
In Bradford County possession of alcohol beverage by a after a $1,000 surety bond ,was Park of the Palms following. a lingering tist Church of Brooker with Rev.
person under 21, ,according to 'posted illness, Charlie Green officiating Burial
The lollowing arrests were made Patrolman McClam. Born in Chicago, 111., Miss Moore will follow in Oedan Cemetery under,
by .local authorities. in Bradford Johnny Carry Dykes. 43, of moved to Keystone in 1972 She wasa the direction of Archer Funeral''
i 'wnty. Donald Jean Marshall 20, was arrested Alachua county was arrested March member of Park of the Palms Home of Lake,Butler. 1O"110x13

March IS for possession> .of, 13 for DUI. according to Deputy
i"het Anthony Rice. 23, was arrested cannabis' less than 20 grams, King. Bond was set at $500, he was
March 12 for Cattery, actor possession of alcohol beverage by a released after on' his own .
ding to Lt. W. C. Reno. Rice pushed a minor under '21, according' to' recognizance. '- See me at ) 99* Deposit
female against a wall, knocking her Patrolman Wilkerson 1W811 -. 10" Due at
to the ground said Reno. Bond 18x1025x7 '
was Daniel Thomas Raznowski of TerwillegarMotors Pick up
set at 1 1262.50. He was released on his Ronald Gene Davis, 23, was arrested Lawtey was arrested March, 14 for ; (plus tax)
own recognizance ordered to remain March 15 for sexual battery DWLS: according to Lt. John 2. 3x5 .
away from vIctim. according to Deputy King. The InCI- Hodges. He was released alter a$210 ."' 18-King Size Wallets .:'
dent allegedly occurred upon a child cash bond was posted.. j
Gregory George Gonzales, 20:was under 12 years of age ,for new & used 'vehicles 8-Regular Size Wallets '.:' ,

arrested March 12 for trespass on MarjorIe Dorlia Griff is, 20,/ was 209 W, Madison St., Starke
railroad property at Sampson Trestle Ismaei Rivero, 40, .was arrested ,arrested March 10 for driving with
according to Officer Helms. Gonzales March 14 for burglary,. grand theft,, expired license according to Lt. 9647200
was arrested for being on the according to Lt. Glen Moore. John Hodges. She was released after. p-- r.a
trestle two other men jumped into :a $105 cash bond was posted. ,Eddie Starling
the canal according to the report. \Traffic;
,,, He was released alter a $105 cash David '
Larry Parrish. 24, was arrested
bond, was,.posted. March 11 for no valid driver FOOT. CAREWhat a
license, according to Patrolman Me-1
Kerry Harry FIsher 24, was arrested
I Clam. He was released alter a $105 dO
know about
:;; Marcn U!\( for battery retail you really
'cash bond was posted.<<
theft foot core?Call Tel-Med at 964-4896
according to PatrolmanMichael
I or 78-000 and ask to hear any of .t.. r
Fisher was caughtin Harold R. Higgmbotham' ..27 of SU-EL'S RETIREMENT HOME
rGa.Y with a baseball cap under, these,tapes by number Come' In & Have
Lawtey was arrested March 12 for
his jacket when the Photos Made In
detain driving while license suspended 22 ,Foot pare for diabetic and Your Easter ClothesBRYAN'S
him Fisher
the Bond struck (OWLS), according to Patrolman others with poor circulation, ACLY ADULT CONGREGATED; LIVING FACILITY;
manager. was set at
McClam., He was released after a ACEHARDWARE ,
J472.SO. He 114 Plantar warts and moles .
was released
on his own
$210 surety bond was posted. 115, ingrown toenails .
116 Common fool problems ,
Gene Brian Vanzant, 36,'of Starke 117 Athlete's foot & Palmetto & Nightingale St.
Kathleen Wright Duncan. 29, was Keystone Heights,
'was arrested March 12 for driving
arrested March 12 for retail theft und nClu81lce (DUD, according to A service provided by the Auxiliary FIRST,AID TRAINED STAFF. TTiurs., Mar. 24PlibtOHours:912:15:30 '
battery,according to Lt.W. C. Reno.' Ke alcohol content Bradford Hospital Inc.Bradford : ,
Lt. Qjtpb blog .. ,
Pu can was seen taking a bathing _.- T >'a I ii1G FIG ao ,,,,,3+at 'I Wal.nut
SUI and purse irom Family Dollar, i 1p.t'4I aT Sw.' '1ati Ott rf South I ,
when the clerk attempted to detain "starke, Fla.FrL

her the defendant grabbed the ,. & Sat, Mar. 25.26
clerk's wrist and twisted it. She was Photo Hours: 9J12 l<-6
released alter a S472.90 surety. bond Center Sat 8-12 i-S '
was posted. Chiropractic

Charles Woods, 25, of Starke was,
arrested March 13 for petit theft, 218 S. Walnut St. .l

fleeing attempting to elude police, Next, to the Chamber of Commerce WE USE
according to Deputy Barry King. sKODAK PAPER.
Bond was set at 9644957PAIN
$1,000 total he was
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Charles K. Roberts, 40, of Brookerwas CONTROL "
arrested March for
in sexual activity with a chIld under Headaches T I GROUP HOME FOR ,AMBULATORY SENIOR
18 'years of age and lewd or Neck & Arm' ADULTS REASONABLE RATES
,lascivious act in presence of chile Mid Back
'under 16 years of age, according to Low Back & Leg INJURIES' DAY CARE AVAILABLE FOR ELDERLY'
Lt. John Dempsey was released ALONG WITH WEEK-LONG TERMS
after. a, $40,000 surety ,bond was. I W..k 11.1..04'. ,'
'posted. Sport.Arlo. 24 HOUR SUPERVISION

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'Clifford Charles'Ellis, 29, was arrested 11ll. .A Acddrwis SUE LOTT WALKER Group Ch.rg. .
March 9 for arrest, battery, UAVIU 99' per person
false of
report commission of cnme,
according to Patrolman Gerald DR. RICHARD 1ULLER, A Country ,Atmosphere With'A Home :;,Type. Setting us e

Hayes. Bond was set at $6,000, Ellis CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS, Planned ,Activities
is in custody with a hold for Georgia THE TEAM APPROACH J
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By Mark Friedlla program to have a wide scope. ,James Wainwright and Oman Wells. 'that are available to them when they -
BCT 8UH Writer"Career'Shadowing Business activities in other areas There Is a growing nationwide graduate and a better understanding
: Day", a program range from providing tutors and movement toward Increasing of the free enterprise system.. :
In which high school students sponsoring educational contests to'' between businesses and This new business-education partnership Leila's has :
learn the IDa and ouU of the working providing tours and throwing bar-b- sir was !kicked off at a meeting '
world by "shadowing" area ques for high academic achievers. Educators, facing a wide array of last August attended by interested
business people, has been a big success Other state schools have provided new social, financial, legal and school personel and Chamber of fasfiwi
here in the three years the pro- displays for business sites, conducted managerial problems, have sought Commerce members.The Spring
Now has been in operation parenting parenting assistance from the business com business people' has an''Interest -
the Bradford County School workshops for business employeesand munity. in seeing the education
Board and Starke-Bradford sponsored Business Appreciation In turn, business leaders are system turn out students better
Chamber of Commerce have combined Weeks. recognizing that the quality of life in prepared for the world of commerceand
forces to increase the benefits The types of activities partners their communities and the quality of capable of being trained for a Let, our Professional
of the program for the participants can participate In are limited only the future workforce are directly specific industry which could moveto '
and make it bigger and better than by the imagination and commitmentof linked to public education,' have this area. Fashion Consultants
ever. those involved," Becker com become more directly involved with Dr. Bernard McFadden told the assist with
The two bodies have issued a)omt' rnt nted- the schools as a result. group that he and Superintendent you a '
resolution endorsing the establishment The business communities in ''Some of the benefit of the collaboration Duncan returned from a meeting in .complete Spring Into
of a new education-business Starke, Keystone Heights and Lake to students are that they Tallahassee sponsored by the Summer
partnership. program. Butler have responded to the opportunity become better informed consumers Florida Chamber of Commerce and Wardrobe.
"A Partnership for Success"is the 1 by cooperating fully with the ,and better prepared employees. the State Department of Education
motto and title that has been organizers of the program. Students also gain a better '"with the conviction that we might
selected by the Chamber of Com The first Career Shadowing Day in understanding of how basic skills be the smallest county in the state to
merce Education Committee to Starke was widely praised and they are learning in school are put to have one, but we can have a partnership
describe the relationship betweenthe highly successful both in the use in the i business, environment. program."
business community and educational number of participants and In the Students see, many for the first The Telegraph will publish more
system of Bradford County. enthusiasm in which the first-year time. the variety of career choices, 'details of the program as. they Leila's Is your _
"Partnership is really helping program was received by all of those 'become available ? r
each other said Judy Becker former involved. ONE STOP
Bradford County School Board "One of the most important goals II HANDI-HOUSE Fashion Headquarters
member and spokesperson for the of Career Shadowmg is to promote a PORTABLE BUILDINGSNO F
new program. "As the community good relationship between the school DOWN PAYMENT -
combines Its resources to help the system and the business community !::-
1 schools the schools can in turn provide ," Becker said. "The longer we Good Selection to Choose From Leila'sDress
''a better education for its continue to encourage the programto We also have
students. That in turn will give the grow the more meaningful that Mini-Storage Facilities -: & Gift Shop-
schools an opportunity to provide the relationship will be." Hwy 301 South
students with a better education Dr. Bernard McFadden, Director
which in turn will help the communIty -' of the Starke Branch of Santa Fe 964-8848 Bradford Square Shopping Cantor e 9644061
reach its highest potential. This Community College,serves as chairman StOle HourI: Monday-Safuday".30-30. t lob 0 Vfco.MaatwcatfAfter
success then will be shared by of the Education Committee.
everyone in turn." Other members of the committee
The new impetus for the program include Becker George Bowen,
came from study of similar pro ,Millard Brown, Joe Bula Med Con-
surrounding areas. The nelly Linda Day,Jim Duncan,Gray
Chamber's Education Committee Flynn,'Don Luebke, Linda Patrick, ,,'
has found this type of partnering Bernard Ruckdeschel David Smith ; .

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when they Mt their line,for catfish: at Hampton Lake. 3. 1':ii ears. ::.I',' ,: : .:.. ,
Instead.,a catfish they got Ud ferodooi looking garf lab, TW fort feet long I.., ", .,.' ...'..,, ): ( ':: ,,10,
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Game and Fresh Water Fish Also,25 percent(20,000)of those who' ', .Bradford.Hospital 31 years ago,it 'Bradford Hospital maintains a staff ; ,',
,Commission soon will maU question- hold wildlife management area ,." '' '1'
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1 mires to 45,000 Florida outdoorsmento stamps are to be polled in a survey ,was.a modern health care facility, of very fine phys'icians.'Beyond .:
find out how well they did duringthe to be mailed Feb. 19.Holders of the .
1967-4)8) hunting season. new sportsman's license are among :, One you could ,look"toforall.'your thattthrough'ourDiagnosticl I'
Tom Wright, in the Commission'sDivision those included in both surveys.
of Wudlifersaid the survey. Wright said those who don't respond -' : family's medical care..needs. 31 :Treatment Center we have.access ...,
is an annual project,designed to provide within three weeks will receivea '
data for wise management of' second mailing. U they still don't \ -years later, it still is Only .better; to a large number'' specialists., .' .
this state's game animals and birds. respond, they'll get another' "
'The questionnaire will help us reminder three weeks jrWe'd ;" Between our regular staff and purDiagnosticTreatment ', }
proVide'adequate recreational opportunities '; ." ,New'facility : ,', ,1.
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.' Wright said. "From the answers we appreciate a prompt ', :
get from hunters every year, we response," Wright said. "It would ; We've built a brand new facility: at Bradford Hospital can treat most'
learn more about how to plan and save the Commission the cost of additional -
administer wildlife programs." mailings. At the latest, we : Bradford Hospital. It's more than illness handle almost''
'Ten percent (25,000) of Florida's need the questionnaires by May 18. any, any .
licensed hunters are being poUed in That's when we plan to"start processing just new walls, halls and waiting Injury might t fare : .'"\ :
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)3 TM Bradford Office of State Attorney cocaine;'unable to locate essential Ron Hunt an Inflelder who played with various National League tams

CugoM: WtttwortA received witness. holds the record for getting hit by pitched ball.
79 new individual case*'' aDdortI Bobbie Jean Martin arrested Oct.'
1 felony defendant for prosecution 12 for possession and delivery of cocaine -

'during the to Investigator mOGUl of February Wiley Clark, according witness.; unable to locate essential ,i GOO.RIA'S 'M S C .HOU_, i

Throe of the cases were prison Dorothy Risby arrested Oct.12 for INSTRUCTORS: Richard Kellogg &''Gtdrsa'Bryant:
related possession.sale and delivery of controlled -/ 'I' I' ,
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Information was' filed on 45 prior substance; unable to locate Can: ;

case and 21 caae the office Nineteen declined case to were prosecute essential Troy Lee witness.Sturgis arrested Sept. 8 904-8120 :'hles-FYl'll-Ta'' Sun do: on.10-2: .,..

dismissed by the state attorney and 'Tor battery of law enforcement officer : '.
one case was dismissed by the court. ; case transferred to misdemeanor L./4k
There were no Jury trials...The office division. /
conducted one state attorney investigation Charles Thomas Swyers arrested 'FOREMOST' 4+t' 'PRICE..WISI steel
and filed one felony app Dec.. 9 for aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon; victim does not wish' _. -- Good'
action was Taken on 12 to prosecute. bringy
Clifford Smith arrested Oct. 12 for'' comb ne u 1hru
cases and ten violation of probations Representing The State.
were filed.Five pleas of guilty were possession and delivery of controlled .. .: LOWER PRICES Mar.23
accepted. Two defendants com, substance; unable to locate essential Representing the State of Florida In Bradford County Is Assistant Sttte
pleted pro-trlal intervention program witness. Attorney Elizabeth Waratuke and Assistant State Attorney David Giant.
and one evidentiary bearing, Ronald Lee arrested Oct. 13 for Waratuke Is a newcomer to Bradford, serving as felony assistant.She
was conducted. forgery (four counts); pled guilty,' still commutes from Alachua County each day but likes Bradford, in fact
forty-five misdemeanor cases placed on HRS Community Control. asked to be assigned to Bradford. '
were filed and six prior cases: were Keith Howard Redding arrestedOct. Giant Is returning to Bradford after a brief assignment In Union Coun- EARLY 0 L D Fleischman
dismissed by the office in Feb., said 28 for uttering forged document -, ty, he replaces Thomas ElwcU. ,
Clark. The office declined to prosecute ; pled guilty,sentenced to three Giant, who lives In Gainesville,has been with the state since 1184,prior TIMES SMUGGLER Gin
14 cases and two cases was years DOC, make restitution. to that time he was In private practice in Gainesville lie Is a graduate of SCOTCH
dismissed by the court. Five cases Redding arrested Dec. S for battery University of Florida Law School.:
wen! dismissed by the state attorney. of law enforcement officer Waratuke attended Westminster College from 176 to 1980 majoring In
There were four nonjury resisting an officer with violence;pled political science and speech and graduating with high honors. She
trials and 23 guilty pleas.were ac- no contest, three years DOC. graduated from the! UofF Law College In 184 with honors 899 799
jCepted.Four. Redding arrested June 6 ''for 6 99IT.
petitions were, filed in escape; pled guilty, placed on community -' LTR tTO .
'juvenile court. 'The state attorney, control followed by three, FEEL GOOD AGAIN
dismissed two juvenile petitions and years probation; arrested Dec.5 for Snifrnoff
seven petitions received nonjudicial violation of community control, Bacard'' Bailey's
action. 21 pleas of guilty were accepted r ,.sentenced to three year DOC, concurrent Get your FREE spinal Vodka
and there was one trial. The with above. examination w/thls ad Rum l Irish
office declined the recommendationof Gertrude Massey Lee arrested July ,
HRS on three petitions.The 14 for arson; defendant declared only. $55.00 usual fee. ,Cr@Omm
following cases received final incompetent to stand trial. includes and gJt
( neurological orthopedic testing
disposition.during the month of Feb. Neil Norman Golden arrestedDec. 699
in addition to spinal exam.)
25, 1988 for burglary possession -
Jimmy Carroll Lee arrested Dec. of burglary tools; pled no contest ', DANGER SIGNALS'or' 8 99 12'9
25 for battery of a law enforcement placedon five years probation, "Pinched Nerves"
officer resisting ,arrest with make restitution stay current on
violence; case dismissed at the request child support,no civil: ,criminal traffic 1. &..IIC.... 1. alp Pale 750 LTR LTR
of the investigating agency. violation, submit to evaluationfor >., Law Back Fall .. Tight M...... .
substance abuse arrested Nov. 3.', Sk...... '.1.'' f. Pain Dam lA|.
Chnston arrested Aug.
Kevin Fox ; \
4. M..... ... .. .. In House ,.
8 Specials
20 for uttering forged bill, petit 1981 for VOP found guilty, con- > 1* N k 4 ; ,r ,
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5. N.rk I. Hindi )
tinued on 11. Numb, Fl |int. '
theft; insufficient evidence as to this probation. "
defendant. Inmate Jerry W. Cliver transferred Dint.... ,IX. Numb Teas Canadian, Age : }.75''" 10.99

Sandra 1. McCloud arrested Aug. to Indiana pursuant to Interstate Find out whether careful 1.75
now professional chiropracticcare Diplomat Gin' __
20 for uttering forged bill,possession Agreement of Detainers. 9,99
of cannabis under 20 grams; Insufficient David Antonio Jones arrested can relieve your aches and pains Old Thompson t.5 10,99
evidence as to this defendent. Sept. 3 for burglary of conveyance Most Insurances accepted Call for appointment
Phyllis M. Endicott arrested Nov. possession of burglary tools; case

forged 11 for forgery prescription,attempting; insufficient to utter a slon.transferred to misdemeanor divi STARKE CLINIC, .,964-8018, '30.1 LIQUORS & LOUNGE

evidence as to this defendant. Chris Allen. Mcintosh arrested 864 rSL'TEMPLE AVE. Across from Pizza Hut
Inmate Ronnie Mmshew charged'I Sept. 3 for burglary of conveyance, ( ) Starke.-1 1 mile North of Starke on US 301
with attempted murder, possession possession of burglary tools. OUr 011....policy la:n..pm_and my OCher__ibIoo lor paymanlhaaarighllorafijMlopay.caned
of a weapon; insufficient evidence1 Carl Edwin Griffis arrested Oct, paymant or t.ralmburaarf paymar*far any other_.lamination traalmant which II parionmit. OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK',
as to this defendant. '.. 22 for manufacturing of cannabis;' raaullotand wlhln 72 hour ot ipondng! to th.adwtlwmanl tar the haa......axamlnatlon or Inalmant.
Larry B.Lewis arrested Aug. 0 for insufficient 'evidence as to 'this.

aggravated battery, battery of law defendant. __ _..
enforcement officer, criminal James Arnold Newman arrested .., --- a --- ''' ''' a''r.i
mischief; case dismissed.' ,' Jan. 24 for uttering forged bill,
: Anthony Leonard Aaron arrestedOct. possession forged bill; case lacks
23 for battery of law enforce- prosecutive! merit. .
ment officer, resisting arrest with Glenn Dale Spivey arrested April
violence; no information filed. 12 for threats against public servant,
Inmates Eugene Greene, Robert disorderly intoxication trespass
Cssix, rninell Dawson, Raymond ,,after warning, resisting arrest
Bradley, Cleveland Norris chargedwith without violence; dismissed,. case I r
sexual battery by use of force lacks prosecutive ment.
not likely to cause serious personal LeVI Simmons, Jr., Isaac David ,
Simmons, Gary Laverne Burch arrested .
injury (two counts); cases dismissed
; / victim does not wish to'pro-I Nov. 28 for possession of ; f
secute. stolen property; facts do not constitute { /
hi Stock Now dIn
criminal offense. .
Jeffery Russell Mateljan arrested a '
Scott Morgan arrested Sept 23 for I Stock Only RubberBoots
Nov. 18 for uttering a forged document
; dismissed, restitution made. ''possession and sale of marijuana; Wrangler Hag. 73.98 r .mAH ,1 0'' 95
Timothy Lavam Flowers arrested defendant sentenced on other ,
Aug. 28 for manufacturing cannabis charges. /' Boots 55 .00 Coupon. 6 Prices Good
; insufficient evidence as to Loretta Lynn Baugess arrested Steal 6 Cotot t. Suit You Through March 23. 1988
this defendant. Aug. 24 for grand theft; dismissed
Horace R. Knowles arrested Sept. unable to locate essential witness. .ITT. x :.: ,-E .- ?.-r-i-: "SAzalea
28, \184\ for obtaining unemployment Nell Norman Golden arrestedDec
compensation by fraud; pled guilty, ,17 for battery upon law enforce- -' Camellia
placed on four years probation, ment officer, resisting an officer I
ordered to make restitution; Oct. 9, with violence; pled no contest, 5.50. 21X
arrested of sentenced to Bradford County Jail '
1987 for violation proba- 60 Lb. Bag
tion (VOP); pled no contest, placed until May 11 with credit for time Nuggets
on community control 24 months served. COUPON Check with us S E E D t w :
Michael West arrested Aug. 27 for
followed by one year probation plus Prices /
'on Special 6.95
court cats.Timothy. burglary while armed, grand theftII 6-8-8
Henry Byers arrested : pled no contest grand theft,plac for pastures We have Seed! l\ t'oQ
Jan. 18 for arson (five counts); ell on five years probation,submit to Fertilizer: I lawn and garden ,,Packaged & Bulk r e
evaluation TASC and follow all
,cases consolidated., by
Harry McDougal arrested Aug. 15 recommendations: ,make restitution, $1 Off fertilizers
for aggravated assault(two counts), pay all traffic fines in Duval Co.,obtain p.r bag 10-1010 2140w.. 2rxwPro 10 lb.

victim.battery; dismissed, unable to locate valid driver's license. Limit 5 Bags 225.10 Potting Soil I Dog Dog Food Cat '

Inmate Stanley ''Maurice Floyd Sworn complaints filed on 27 16-16-10 40 Lb" Ration 40bi. Pood.

charged with possession of contra- defendants were dismissed from 2.50 6.95 .50 3.95
band,cannabis; found guilty March, felony ,division during February. Now. Is"the time to spray your fruit trees with'. Bag
1986, sentenced to nine ,years They included charges of aggravated ,
Department of Corrections; case assault, disorderly conduct ORTHO' 7 Q7 Cow Manure ANC"I-MMt" '
remanded for retrial Jan. 1981; pled (transferred to misdemeanor Home Orchard Spray m f f rtBat I
no contest,sentenced. to time served. division), battery, grand theft 40 Lb SEVEN --jaja- '
Nathaniel Thompson, Jr.arrested (dismissed for Insufficient COUPON GetYourHorse Bag ? 2.40 WAY
Oct.12 for( ; counts) possession of evidence), grand theft auto VITA Ready for Spring., A natural product thai k VACCINE -= '--=:_: -
r sale and delivery! of. controlled (dismissed unable to locate victim), 1 Big SprIng Sale On ImpiowenwnrovM UmfXe manur.(f -' -'-' ''. '
substance;unable to locate essential aggravated assault (witness failed Bag, FREE Horse Products & Tact =:.SS.W$11 95
to appear for testimony) and two Ladles Pro,, Rodeo ..- .:
Johnny May' Thompson arrestedOct. charges of grand theft dismissed with purchas of -- A.
12 for possession and delivery of. after restitution"was made. 1OO Lbs Fertilizer 10-10-10 FLEA: TICKSHAMPOO $ WranglerJeans -

I.. limit 1 Per Customer ROPER A-i23
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PHYSICAL "THERAPY: : : .... : Denim & Colors .UHP.r'CMflw +_ _
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. submitted Ire I
to the Bradford County! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as 105 N. Temple' Stark.'
Tolograph' office 'In writing and paid In a USED MOBILE HOMES Call Roy MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Call 9648614or $14.99 per month Call 9646946. tin

:advance) unless credit !I. already Wells at A&W Mobile Homes., 964-6407 964-761" 3/17 TFchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. I
established with this office. or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great Cecelia Terwlll arCRYSTALLAKEPERFECTBACHELr I

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT II 2 DOUBISWIDE "'O'S, Financing your work? We hove .clean mobile for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, '
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ovallobUi. Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn homes available. 468-1323. 10/8 TF 135 W. Call St. 964-6305. "AD

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS.TAKEN OVER. 2 USED DOUSLEWIDESt Low payments. PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Now takingapplications ,ALICIA HAY: $25 a roll. All hay under Log cabin, furnished I Bedroom 1 bath large family room with I
THI TELEPHONE. Low down payment. Call 1.272.0650 for 3 BR opts starting at barn 7 miles from Stark. on Hwy. 16 beautiful fireplace complete equipped ,kitchen screened porch,
Classified collect .. $200/mo. CHSA fully equipped kitchen toward prison 964.6167 or 782.3727,
deadline I I. TUESDAY spacious deck with built-in seating capacity, long dock, whit sand ]
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. THREE BEOHOOM, 2' full bath mobile cable ready. 1530 W. Madison 2/11TF beach ninety .,.ht/eer on the lake. Gorgeous view
Classif led display deadline Is TUESDAY, home for sale on 1 \VS acres of land. Rd. St.,,964-6312. Mori-Fri, 9-S p.m. Equal STEEL BUILDINGS '40x75x12. $3.43 ft:

5:00: '.M. Special Classified display 16 East. Call 964-4480 after 5:30: p.m. Housing Opportunity. 1/14 TFchg 40x100x14. $3.39 ft.: 50x100x16 $3.32ft. SUPER COMMERCIAL I Great two story building corner Call Walnut St.
TWO BEDROOM 1 bath block home.CHSA. .: 60x100x14, $3.05 ft.; 70x100x14.'
placement Is NOT Guaranteed
Total 3198 sq.ft., clean excellent condition live uostolrs, have a business
Minimum'charge for classified' ads IsIS e MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 3 BR 2 both; nice' neighborhood. Call $2.90 ft.. 100x100x12 $2.76 ft. Allied downstairs. Best (location I Enterprise Zone Benefits
words for S3.90, then 15 cents for CH4A. Assume payoff, 9645640. 3/3 468-1323. 3/3 TFchg Steel 1-800-635-4141. 2/23 4tpd 3/17
each word thereafter, 4tchg 324BUSINESS FURNISHED 2 BR APARTMENT* living ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA completeset
........ OPPORTUNITY mobile home roam kitchenette, both. No children 1970 edition, whit. leather binding DISTINCTIVE. & UNIQUE PROPERTY
park on Grlffis loop. Acreog. for more no p.t.. $225 month $100' security dep. ''good condition, Including $146.000 .

mobile homes or lots. 38000. Call 964-5033, .68.1338. Itpd 3/17 3-volume Webster Dictionary with 7 'One of the finest( home In Bradford County, located In The Wood,

PERSONALSA after 5:30: p.m. 964-8970 or 964-4480. TWQ BEDROOM mobile home on Grlffis GOOD languages OLD $75. Phone 782.3660. TFjm< I Stark Coif & Country Club, cedar with 2584 sq. ft. on two tots, living
3/3 TFjo Loop. Like new, 4682374. 3/17 2tchg REAL WOOD FURNITURE
from room dining room, kitchen, family room 3 BR 2H bath, peila windows
324WALDO two estates. Some ,
19(4 REPOt 14x70 Weston mobile home antiques priced
WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE .for sale. CH&A, 2 BR, 1 boo $10,000 or VILLAS unfurnished, 2 BR to sell, by appointment Call Fran 30x32. garage, loft hideaway, well Insulated, skylights, appliance

I Australian European. ScandinavianHigh make offer. Excellent condition. Call townhouse carpet, CHtA ..68.1971. Rossano 473-4816 or 475-1678 home *

School Exchang. Students arriving for directions, 9645010. Fleet Finance Equal Housing Opportunity, 3/10 TF 3/104tchg3/31' .
AFGHAN GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford Dr. :2 BR 1'A Ba, LR.
In August. B.com. a host family for Itchg 3/17 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT In Lawtey. No HOUND DOG Blonde, 1 year
American Int.rcultural Stud.nt Ex, THREE BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home, children. Electricity not furnished. old, v.ry gentle.. Asking $175. Call eat.In kitchen with stove, finest carpets, best location. $38.000201 \
closed In block shed 782-3458 Bel Air Apts. Itpd 3/17 964.2325. Itsw
change. Colt 1-800-SIBUNG.. (con porch, Utility on '
88-101 1wooded acre. 5 miles South ofStork. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT!. Vacancysoon USED WHITE CAST IRON SINK and for. ALVAREZ COURT 3 BR,' 1 Ba. 25750.

LOSERS. WANTED lose up to 29 pounds .. $25.000 OBO. 964 5638 after 5 near town, children and elderly mica counter.. '$50. 964-5875, after. 4 310: CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom J. bath, owner financing S20.000.
this month, Inch., cellulite. Doctor p.m. 3/17 2tchg 3/24 welcome at small apartment complex. p.m. lfg| 3/17 1125 NEIL COURTt 3 BR: I Bath carport owner financing, 36000.
recommended. I've lost 50 pounds. Incredible '14 MOBILE HOME 26x44 Fleetwood 9648601. 3/17 TF 2x6x10 No 2, great quality treated pin. 'WOW I Sophisticated waterfront living In Lakewood Subdivision on Crosby
Fat Absorber. Fr. Shipping, good condition must sell. Take over 3 BR MOBILE HOME: good location. Call for docks and decks, $3.59. Ir..' lake Cedar A stone, beautiful home, LR, FR with stone fireplace, DR, big
6126421915. fcan 88-100, notes and move 4962612. hchg 3/17 after I plus weekends, 964.7610. 2tpd delivery 468.2624, 7 miles 'South of master bedroom, two other nice size bedrooms, two baths, front porch, double .

M YEAR YOUNG open minded whit. FOR SALE BY OWNER 14x60 Fleetwood 3/17-24 Starke on' 301, Stephen Smith Lumber garage, ceiling fans throughout. 2 CHA units Stunning view of lake

male, 6'3", 215 I'"., will r.locot. to mobile home, 2 BR. 1 bath. No money FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Itchg 317LUMBEI. LOVELY 3 IR. 2Ba custom built home, LR, fireplace, DR, eat-In kitchen extra -
Florida for down, assume Coll 223-4208 paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia : plywood CDX'W' 4 ply) $8.30.
right person any ag. Writ. mortgage. Ig. utility rm.. screened porch garage CH&A. thermal windows, I acre
P. O. Box 453, Guln, Al. 35563. Iconea.93 after 7 p.m. 724-0600 ext. 431.9, -5 p.m. Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Office. TF 5/8". 1070. 3/14' $12.50- 2x6x2O. BRICK 3 BR, IV* Ba, IR, kitchen-dining area, carport utility room, 1004 N,
pine, $8.90 free delivery. 468 2624
Itpd 3/17
Thompson St. Well Insulated low utility bills, $45,255.
TURN FAT INTO INCOME: need FREE A/C on any single' wide. In stock month. 964.8602 after 5 p.m. TF per 9.12 Open Mon Fri Steven, 8:30-5 Smith p.m., Saturday 7 BRICK 4 or SBR. 2 bo, 1900 s f., 1 acre, $ yrs. old, between Stork. B lawtey.
overweight people who want to lose 'Orange 324NO Park Global. 272 0650, 3/17 NICE 2 BR, 1 bath, $275 month. William miles noon South of Starke on 301. Itchg 3/17 '262 S. MYRTLE ST. Home t 2 car garage all new Interiors, CH A. 2 BR, 1 Ba.

weight and earn money. No drugs, ex.rcls. 2tchg D, Tiffin Llc. Real Estate- Broker, HUNTLEY REDFEARN SERVICES 7423 SR $30.000 Financing Available, See to Appreciate. Make offer,
.. Doctor certified natural. Resultsguaranteed. INTEREST FOR 90 DAYS on any new 964.5065. 3/17nc 21, Keystone Heights Flo. 3/17 t42 N. WALNUT 3 BR, 2 Ba, Handyman's dream 138.000.
Call doublewlde 'In stock. Orange Park Itchg
((904)) 3381122. fcon
272-0650. 3/17 2tchg 3/24
:. 88.94OVER M AND LONELY Senior 1915 MOBILE HOME for sale. 3 BR, 2 1 BR HOUSE: furnished clean, AC yard frost free $200.473-7707. Itchg 3/17 Spanish style home, 3450 isle. 10 acres, sprinkler/ systern'4; BR, 2V4 ba, formal

':' for people over 50. For' Informa conn.ctlon bath, 14x70, looks new. Call 782.3500, $100 maintenance deposit Call included,9647625Itpd, $210 month 3/17 GE REFRIGERATOR 12 cu. it., 2 door, LR fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR.'brick fireplace, patio pool ceiling fan. 2

,tion writ. 6506 W. Capitol Drive, Ho. after 6 p.m for Info. Itpd 3/17 great 2nd refrigerator, $125. 4737707. car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 dssum. mtgs., $135.0001
Itchg 3/17 CONSOLIDATED HOME OFFICE OR APT 5 Acres. Lawtey area
132. Milwaukee, WI 53216. fcan 88.91 "'L TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOMEi '$1..5 .
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS Highest quality, DEER WOOD S/D: brick 3/3. pool $105.000 I IMENG
FOR RENT ""month, $100 deposit. 964.8704, Itpd 'lowest price. 40x50x12 $S.440: DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.2 story 12 acres $ 85.000

R.V.I. CAMPERS 3/17 50xlOOx1$4 $11,670;, 100x100x14 EDWARDS LOOP3 BR, 2 Ba. 1 ocr., left go country $ 62,000
TRAVEL TRAILERS ,ADULT PARK: Clean 2 BR mobile home. .ONE' TRAILER SPACE: one small. house $21,000. FOB FACTORY .8 p.m. BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D. extra lot $ 44,000

'A mile from city Nice neighborhood, with refrlg.y; stove,. and.. AC. 164.7895.. EST, Mon-Frl. 18008547083. asK for MENG DAIRY RD. 2.25 acres 3/1 CB, CH/A, so near 40.000
I 3/17 :
..68.I 323. 10/8TF Ifpd Phil. 12/100 MPH, wind,lean 88-95 CROSBY LAKE 2 frame
HOUSE TRAILER: 14x65 two BR, 2 bath CANAL: BR, 1 Ba, CH/A, $ 41,000
19M"sleeps' 21 6 FT., list TRAVEL$12.495.TRAILER Real bargain: rear BR at,: FURNISHED ROOM with air. all' utilities. CHSA; on. acre lot Fronts rood 100 in RED FORMAL PROM DRESS size 10, $60 LAWTEY;4 BR, 2 ba, 2.story, 1 acre, 100 Y'". old. $ 36,000 [
from 37.50 week.
paid.. per Theresso. 964.5038. 3/17 2tpd 3/24 ,Also parting out .'72 Ford Pickup. ....ACREAGE .
Also ,
$7,695. 25 ff. travel trailer priced MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St:, by Post. .. .. '
reasonable. $1750. Call 782.9802, Itpd Office. TF 964 4238.BUILDINGS 3/1 OTF OUTLET GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W S Hwy 225, 40 plus' Acres $ 60,000 I
3/17 .STEEL RD 100 EAST, 1.37 wooded and '
NEWLY DECORATED) everything furnished acres, plotted $ 7,000
1917 35 FT, SELF CONTAINED,. : 'patio laundry facilities Included. Video COS CHECK 'US OUT Clean rental, Eliminate 'dealer'markup.. 25x28 105th AVE., AWTEY: 2 ', acres cleared $ 8,000
$2,061 39x48 -$3,342. 39x60$4.421
door roll out awning air. Must sell. room available. Will accept one child,'' homes tailored ta your pay schedule. ..2.6Q..54,980: :'- Buildings: Include In'; HAMPTON 438 acres..This property has everything. $438,OOO
', $8,650. KOA Campgrounds 301 South and LAWTEY 5 acres, 105th Ave good Investment $ IS,OOO
no pets. Palms Apt.. 2313 N. TempleAve. Private park, laundry playground.PINES .dustrlal sliding doors. Call toll,free : ,
of Starke. Itpd 3/17 ., Starke 32091. 10/29 TF SR12I. just south of SRI00 In' 1.800-668.5/06. Standard Steel lean RD 100 E: 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
79 COACHMAN Ft, fifth wheel;electric TEN MOBILE HOMES for rent: /furnishedor ,Lake Butler. Call 496-2366 tfn/chg. 1/7 88.96 SR 16WEST.opptox.7ocr.. $ 13,000 |

Jacks, n.w awning roof air, complete unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR, PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres, 3 wells; 2 poles,

, hook-up. 964-6)67) after 6 p.m. 964-7498 ll/19TFehg ........ ........""' ---. .... ......... ..-.... .... .... ..... ....... :2 septic tanks, owner finance $ 50.000 Or will split eo $ 27,000
3/174tchg4/7 12x65 MOBILE HOME. 3BR, I bath 'on BR WNLEE RD, 36.43 acres owner finance, great location $ 82,332 [
one acre. $2SO/month. 964-4238 2/4TF '. FOR RENT '.
furnished .....COMMERCIAL.....
carpet Pr.f.r single adult. For Info call For Rent: 1 B/lBa opt AC & heat. WW carpet, furnished $200 BRICK BIDG.. 4000 sq ft.'(unfinished Inside) off Morgan, 1 1.5 acres,,

OPPORTUNITIES. 964-6680 after 3 p.m. 2/21 IF month $100 deposit. NW 42nd Ave. Built as lodge but convert to your" uses S6O.000 I

I I F"-"H"M) .. .. 73*...',ONE AEOROOM HOUSE InCountrylarge. .for Renfi.1Bf5ILopftirAGBJ.e' +eitr WyV-corp/ .ifkiUh.j 4unkshed, ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145'x65''' near hasp. j .$ 25.OOOI
I THOMPSOCm.11.3621. brick, Zone, Benefits. 80.000
OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE yard carpet,.window air adults First Enterprise
STORE. CHOOSE FROM: J.an/Sport- final $22S/month. ,964-86O2 after 5, $175 month, $100 deposit 301 N 1.5 acres MH hook-up, 2 bldgs. 240"on 301, great value $ 37.000

.wear, ladies, Mens large Sues, p.m. jm For Leos.or Sole:, 1700 ..f.3, BR, 2 Ba house In Lake Hampton 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.01'on301 $120000

Petite' Donc.w.arl A.roblc, Bridal. VERY NICE LARGE NEW 3 BR APART Oaks 301 N: approximately 150' x opprox. 220' $125.000
Lingerie or Accessories Store. Brands: MENTS FROM $260 PER MONTH. 301 N: Dairy Queen Building 1 lease option? Reduced $ 85.000
"J KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS. 4733682. Equal Call 1.468.1857 or 1-266-4950 301 5: 193' 301 frontage. $ 85.OOO
\ St.Liz Michele Claiborne., Forenza Healthtex.Bugle Chaos Boy,, l lee.vl., Housing Opportunity 2/25 4tchg 3/24 -....... ........... ..... .... .... --- .... -- ...,--..,-...-.. 301 Washington Street, 262.5 x 105' $ 91.500

Organically Grown Lucia, Over 2000 ,FURNISHED APARTMENT three rooms ., 301 S- 135 It, on 301. .2 ocr.i (possible 4 Acres) $150000 j
Multi. and bath part of utilities furnished.
ethers. Or $13.99 One Price Or L..LOTS./
Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe Adults only. No pets. Weekly or mon :attar ,
Store. Retail Prices unbelievable for thly. Call 964.5970. 2/24 4tchg 3/24 CROSBY LAKE LOTS..1 00 h. $ 15,00019800
from, TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT first floor, COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES: 2 '01.,on. acre each' $ 7,500 B $ 8,700
top quality shoes normally priced
newly painted .with appliances. No, KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots $ 4 500
$19 to $60. Over 250 Brand., ,2600
pets. $200 month or $50 weekly f WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Florida Frontier ,$ 15.000
styles. $17,900 to : Inventory
Training Fixtures Airfare .Grand 964.8498. Itpd 3/17 DUPONT ROAD (Lawtey).: I Acre surveyed Cash $6000
Openlng/.tc. Can open 15 days. Mr.
225. 964-8877, 964-6517. 2tchg 3/3-17 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson 473-7S4I
Morphls ((305) 3668606. Itpd 3/17
1000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES Sunal EFFICIENCY ROOMS furnished, quiet | John Longford Master Appraiser 496129IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
utilities paid, no drinking or disturbances
WOLFF Tanning Beds, SlenderQuestPassive
no children no pets. 964-5687
Exercisers. Call for FREE color
''catalogue. Save to 50% 3/32tchg3/17 "
THREE, BEDROOM Z bath'doublewlde',.
18002286292. fcan 88-99
MOBILE HOME PARK on Grlffis Loop.. fireplace, total .l.drk.'h ocr. fencedIn I Accelerated
area for horses with barn and shed. Healtr. :
,Acreage for more mobil. homes. .
$350 month, $350 deposit 7823408.
38000. Call after 5:30.: p.m., 964.8970 .
3/3 4tchg 331STARKEfumi.hed
or 2 BR. 12x60 mobile
In exciting and promising
Inventions patented. horn. on wooded lot,, CH1A couple Susan M Faulkner, GRI, CRB PRESIDE!TI 964-4544 '
new just pr.f.rred. First, last and
Could be rewarding.available.Weekly.new details Invention $250. 9645332. 3/10 2tchg 3/24 9tR.' JlLpY 19{ .
report ,TWO BEDROOM I both unfurnished 9Ul\F5IVL xSatrayrkeot.
Louis Mlecka P.O. Box. ,908, \ [@]
" apartment $175. Also 1 BR, unfurnished ''
Bro k.vlll., Fl. 34605-0908. fcan 88-92 : :
house, $175. Singles only,' No pets. ,Located Hwy.301 2 elks S. SR.100.. 221 W. Lafayette Street .

964-8404.3/10 3tchg 3/31
*301 NORTH: 3 BR. 1 Ba. remodeled home on almost T acre. REALTOR
THREE BR HOUSE clean, Ralford
WANTED 'no pets. $250 plus $100 deposit.. *STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acres with trees. Building site or mobile home. : ,*/ Home / Lots Acreage / Waterfront :
964.5161.964.7650. Itpd 3/17 *BRICK 4 BR. 2Vt Ba home on nice lot. trees, fenced backyard. ,
'*ADULT COMMUNITY lots for or1' trailers with water septic and 111 Farms Commercial '
WANTED TO BUVt older drug store/post 1 2 BR TRAILERS electric water, sewer campers' .
office fixtures, furniture; scales, signs, furnished. Lost Valley CampGround light pole. NORWEGIAN BRICK 3BR/ZBA CH/A,' Ksnge A. Refri,
bottles, boxes, anything related.' Call 9645760. Itpd 3/17 *LARGE 2 STORY HOME 4 BR.:2Vi Bo, game room on 37 ocrei:' Carpel, ,1200 .SF. Well A Septic Solar Hot Water System. .

'John at 1-385-8575 eves or writ. Box 1 BR AND 2 BR APARTMENTS for rent by *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS! beautiful lot with 3 BR, 2 Ba home, 2,000 sq...' ft. Call Stocked Fish Pond 1J Acres' .

20212. Tallahassee,. Flo.' 32316. Itchg week or month. Children okay,' no for oppf. to ._. CRYSTAL 'LAKE HOMESITES'3BR2BA' Block. Family,
3/17 pets, 9648498. Itchg 3/17 *OUT OF TOWN CB and frame, 3 BR 2 Ba home on 1 acre, .
Room, Drapes & Carpet CH/A, 1416 SF, ,Large Lot Lake
*LAWTEY AREA from. haute on 1 acre. Needs repairs, owner financing. '"'
RELAX IN THE COUNTRY ,Brick home on one acre, over' 1500.sq.\ ft.,, Priveleges. .
LAVERN H. OUTLAW fireplace, stove OW refrlg I yr. Protection Plan. $50 ON SAMPSON RIVER ,,-,Two-Story Frame 3BR/2 1/2BA. .

*MIMOSA DRIVE Large home with fully equipped kitchen 'Includes DW gar. 3000 SF. CH/A. Stove' Rem A Dishwasher Ceiling Fane Well'

DrokerThinking dls.., trash camp., stove, refrlg.j all under 1 yr. Protection Plan. Must Beet & Septic., .
of buying ormlling *ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE) Church St. 2 BR, I Ba. family. room beautiful CLOSE TO TOWN .. 3BR/2BA Block'Spacious: '' Uving Room. .

:' Call us! landscaped yard.STRAWBERRY -. Family Room. CHIA. ,Stove., Refri A Dishwasher 1839 SF.
O" ACRES 4 85 acre, beautiful..brick veneer home, fireplace' kitchen Well A Septic. I Acre. .

46445225fAL equipped. LAWTEY AREA. 3BR/1BA Frame and 3BR/2BA Doublewide.
L *% ACRE 1983 14x60 MH has separate garage, only $17,900. Owner financ .
STARKE. FL Patios and Carport Large Workshop A,Storage Bldg.. Well ASeptic
Designated Appraisers *LAWTEY AREA 5 acre. 3 BR. 110 .tucco;'CHAA JennAIr stove $58.900 ,' Owner Financing "

Your Pull Sc'ivioiKv l Entitle Office *GOLF VIEW LOTS Excellent terms. 3 ACRES' OF, PRIVACY- 2BR/2BA Block. Large Uving- .

for Residence Farm Commercial 8fT7Ti *HAMPTON OAKS new 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1700 sq.ft. energy efficient large screen Dining Area Kitchen w/Lou of, Cabinet Space and Breakfast

] porch. 75900. Assumable mortgage. Room CH/A, Garage Well A Septic '

A Few Of Our Many Listings LAKE SANTA FI CANAL LOT 160>c208 with lake privileges, 9.5 ACRES W/FRONTAGE ON ,NEW. RIVER- 2BR/1BA .

I SECLUDED 60 ACRE RANCH Only minutes from Gainesville or Sto..... 2 nice *SERVICE, STATION on,175x254 lot. 301 S. Excellent location and versatile- Mobile Home. Well A Septic. .

home and a large workshop or barn. M you wont to garden fence It to keep theM4EXTTO property GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD. 2BR/1BA Prune Home. Well A
and beautiful 2 home, large pool
*LAYER FARM with 78 acres new story Septic. Nice LoL. .

d.er out. SOUTHSIDf SCHOOL on SR 100. commercial. zoned B-3. Over 2400 ..... many extras or purchase 17 acres and the layer farm separate., MAKE, AN OFFER '4BR/1BA Frame. Large Living-Dining
Only $70.000. *WE HAVE ACREAGE up to 83 acres less than $1350 per acre, highway fron '
on large corner lot wlth'poved parking. Rooms Large Porches.HANDYMAN'S .
HIGH AND DRY near Orange His., 16 plus acre posture, fenced and rose tage. DREAM- 2 Story. 3BR/2BA Block Large

fenced with nice 3 BR cottage CH&A. '
FOREST HEIGHTS 3/2. CMA, fireplace, range ,..frlg..AI .Uving-Dining AreaFireplace. .

ON EDWARDS RD.t CH&....up to 10 ocres.RINOVATIO ., C Commercial&'Residential Rentals Available SELECTED PROPERTIES
STORY HOME on 4.64 ones, CHSA and more 5 ACRES. High A Dry. Well A Septic. .

.rrauiAUClAL PROPERTY on SR 16 E. 3000 sq. ft. on over an acre. Many extrae. 10 ACRES Pecan grove' Barn Well A Septic Fenced. .

..AUT1PUL CUSTOM**! .**. LOG HOME Include M. 2 M, ttQOtET peel. 10 ACRES* Pecan Grove A Fish Pond. Residential. .
ftACEi Easy living In thl. large 3/2 7* acres, Call one of our Professionally trained 10 ACRES' South Clay County. Residential/Agricultural

.. NEAT AS A PINT New roof new bathroom close of to Storhe.OWNER .land.. staff today at: 3 ACRES t Good Commercial Location. '
Doublewlde. 10 acres good
4.55 ACRES. Zoned for Mobfle Home.
STORY redecorated, 1800 a* ft. In Starke. *39.000.
.RROUeS-CONVSNMMT TO TOWN t SCHOOUl 3 BR. I. Bo, remodeled/ 964-5069, 2 CITY LOTS .. Northeast Section.

nAKB PROPtRTYl We hove homes and lot*. LAKE GENEVA. Large Lot. 100 ft. on the Water
OrrSTAi lAM ACCESS. Brkh. 4/2 CHAA 2000 s.f., eloquent.. or after hours call: LAKE LOTS. Crosby A Sampson. Owner Financing. .

toCATION-lOCATIONt. In Sto..... Custom."T"* Oft 5 Acre.. LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.

tAMM DW class. te boa romp on Crosby $30.000. REALTOR ASSOCIATES ,EVENINGS HWY ,301_SOUTH .. Logs Lot. Good Business Location.
*CSMO AMAMi3/IM an 1 acre. S34.000. Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142 210 ft. ON HWY 301 S turn Near Hansen Beech. .

HANDYMAN STBOAil Duplex M S...... Good location. Lucille Sorv.rrw-am---964: :8420... IP YOU MIND IS ON/f&4L BSl'ATII.f TJONOS RELATED,

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''i Starke. Keystone Heights. Union' County. -. I I

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HIRING I Government job In your ar_. I'M 'OLOSMOBILI Cutlass Supr.m.' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be ub- RAT Buy, ..11-.1 trade collectible
SU.OOO-S68.000. Call" 6O2-838-B883. Brougham--plush. ov.r payments mltted la the Lake Region Monitor office Item and CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub-
Ext. 3493. 2/3 4tpd 3/24 of $243/month or pay off 964-3504 In writing and paid In advance antique, Used furniture, OFFICE, AND, WAREHOUSE SPACE. milled 10 he Union County Time office
glassware, I.w.lry and much .
GET PAID FOR READING OOKSI $100 3/10 2tchg 3/17 unless credit I I. already establishedwith for| One mil.more.Come located In Union County)' Time : In 'writing and paid, In odvonc.
per title. Write ACE.CM I.. 161 S, Lin- 'M BLAMRi loaded, high road mileage. this office. of Keyitone tee Height yourtelf .1 building. Coll for Information' unless credit I* already established
colnway N. Aurora, II. 60342. 2/25 Call 964-6300. Itchg 3/I 7 MONITOR STAFF, CANNOT BE HELD 0173.2183.315 tfnchg on Highway 100. 496-2261, Ifn with this off lc..
|ect.. full .r.4 door. 964-6364 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD Specializing In hang. RESPONSIBLE. FOR MISTAKES IN
PSYCHIATRIC; R.N.'l .NEEDED) RN pow Itpd IS TAKEN OVER Ing bosket, aialea. Florida shrubs. INSURANCEMAINES
Speclalltt for evening and night ..hlft.In' 3/17 ,THE TELEPHONE. tree*. We or. new to prket are right. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS.TAKEN OVER
th. medical' and adult psychiatric 1917 FORD RANGER fully loaded Classified' deadline It 11:00: a,m. prior All lock ttote Intpected. Call 473-7348 INSURANCE''AGENCY 25' E. THE TELEPHONI.
unit. Requires 3 year RN experience, assume payment 964-2203 after 5 to Thursday publication. for directions tpd 3/17-3/24 Main Street lake Butler, 4963978. Classified ,deadline I I. MONDAY, 5
l'lof' which I I. In pychiotry. Salary pm. 3/1 2khg 3/24 Minimum charge It 15 words for$3.SO. I ; Compl.t. Insurance Service. 4/10 Hit P.M., prior to Thursday publication. .
rahge $10.27 to 13.67 hourly depending SEVERAL VEHICLES 1979 Trans Am, 301 then 15 cent for each word thereafter Minimum charge I IS word for$3.50,
on experience.'One GN position motor good thape, $2,300 n.go. 1931 CARS HELP then IS cent for each word thereafter
available. Contact Merrlet Higgins, Chevy truck ntwly rebuilt 235 original HOMES FOR RENT WANTEDGOOD
Northeast Florida State Hospital Macclenny. engine, guwtJ pe, 2500. Terry Mc. 74 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. 2DR hardtop

Fl. 32063 904-2$9-62)t{ ) ext, Carthy. 964-7026. Itpd 3/17 GENEVA OAKS CONDO -3BR, 2BA. ullll- 400 cu. In., good transportation" $600. .PEOPLE GOOD .PAY GOOD FOR SALE
115. 3/3 Stchg 3/31 1916 MAZDA CAB PLUSt take overpayments ty room. H/AC S42S/mo. 473-2092. 173.7S3S.ltchg 317HOMES BENEFITS Come In and talk with u*.
GENERAL FREIGHT HAUllNGt Comm.r. good condition: 964-4104 21chg 3/10-3/ I I Lake Butter Apparel. 650 S.E. 2nd
vial' Transport need owner/operator after 5. 964-4037 before 3 p.m. 3/17 WHITE SANDS LAKEFRONT EFFICIENCY FOR SALE Street, Lake Butl.r, 496-3601. tfn/chg STORAGE HOUSES) Need extra .'oraga.pac.
3/24 ,y .? W. have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
If need will train 2tchg 1/21
you training w. you. cottage, porch and carport furnished
You will operate your own tractor If 197 AMC CONCORD low mileage, S300/mo. Includet utilities, 473-2909 or 3BR. 2BA den, garage total 1,800 ,q. ft. THERAPY AID At' Lost 6 month hospital: warehouse,, Hal. and Associates
don't have Comm.rclal deluxe model) cl.an,13,000.961.6841: work experience. Please tend 4963939. tfnchrg. 1/7
you on. c 1-384-9374. 2tch8 3/17-3/24, SSS.OOO 3 acre 2 ml. N. or application
Transport offer Itchg 3/17 with phone numper to PIANO FOR BALI Wanted responsible'
a purchate program Keyttone. Owner firm w/tm. d.p. : Reception
'that w. think I.I on. el the best In the 197 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER $850 264.0195.2spd 3/10-3/17 Medical' Center; c/o Physical Therapy party ,to take over email monthly; '
Induttry. If you ore 21 or over and think' OBO. 964-7452 or 9645876. Itpd 3/17 ACREAGE' Department P.O. Box 628 lake payment on spinet-console piano. Can
you may qualify call for a complete information 1983 .PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Lit Ilk. Butler Fl. 320,... 2/2S 4tchg. 3/17 be teen locally Pleate Include your
packog. Call weekdays, new, fully loaded $3OO and tak. overpayment BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY FOR RENT OR BUY EASY WORK I Excellent Payt Assemble phon. number and write to CREDIT
toll Free 1-800-348-2147, ask for *, 4962612. It 3/17 ,LANE Operator 0. division\ of. northAmertcan' Van lines, $1100, 964-4464. Itchg 3/17 HELP WANTED $400 / mo, 2 ml. N. Keyttone. LADY OR MARRIED COUPLE Depen Stchg. 3/31 '
'a Norfolk Southern, Corporation sub .1987 FORD ESCORT GTl PS PB, AC. 5 264-0195.2tpd 310317WANTED dab)., live In, Car. for .Id.rly lady PROM DRESSES Size 1 to 9. Call Sh.rry

sidiary. 'Icon 88.97 tpeed. Call 782-3826 after 5:30. Itpd GET PAID for reading book.I 410000 light houmekeeplng Reference ,.re Thomas at 496-2955., Itchg 3/17
TRUCK DRIVERS Pool. Truck line offer 3/17 per tit)., Write PASE-A1743. 11 S. Lln- quired. ColI"91>-3309'lIpd., 3/17 """
S.23 a mil. to start to OTR drlvert with 1981 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE; PS. PB. AC, colnwoy N. Aurora 'IL ,60542, 4tpd LOSTFOUNDPART
on. year of verifiable employment tilt wheel cruise control. $2993. Call 3/3.3/24 ,TONY TO RENT- needed March 19. Mutt FOR RENT
with on. employer. Yearly' Increase 964.8846 after 5 p.m. 3/17 2lchg 3/24 be gentle. Call 473-2115. o.k for Pamor
and excellent b.n.fitt .package.Drivers 1950 FORD 4 door, custom deluxe, 6evl. 473-2568 alter 6 p.m. Itchg 3/17 CHOW PART SHEPHERD. Brown
; with., Lit than one experience ., run. good.. 2000. 782-3687. Itpd YARD SALES OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE with red collar Lost in Providence
may apply a* a Poo tear 3/17 I SERVICES located In Union County Time Building ar.o. Call 7553189. Itfr 3/17
Trainee or for the Poole" Driver Training 1977 DATSUN 710i AM/FM stereo, AC YARD SALE So,.. March 19.8 a.m.: 5:30: of 150 West Main. Colt .496-2261 for
School. Apply In person. Poole Truck auto transmission $500. 9646133. p.m. 80th St. SE In Semlnole Ridge. mar. Information tin' HOMESTWO
Line, 2241 Detroit Blvd.. Pentocola Fl. Itchg 3/17 ,Follow sign at Melrote Branch of PRESSURE WASHING Haute, mobile CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN Nicely fur'nlshed
((904477-6481! 18002255000. EOE. 191 FORD FAIRLANB SOOt 4 dr. 260 Keyttone State Bank; cr 'SR21 Itchg home, pool., deck; sid.wolksFr..l all electric; central heat and BEDROOM 11 BATH FRAME HOUSE
Icon 88.98 motor, all original. Run and look 3/17 ..lImat... Call Rob 473-3590, 3/5 air private paved rood, laundry and
100' 100' nice thady lot In
EASY YARD SALE March: 17-19. tilde In tfnchg park playground. Near schools I on x city
WOKKI EXCELLENT PAYI' Assemble good. 964.8609. 3/112tchg 3/24 hasp. "limit of Lake Butler Walking distanceof
product at home. Call for Informa 1974 DODGE CORNET good condition. Camper bide and miscellaneous. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. stole 'facilities. .PINES SR-121 east Lok. school Mora and churches. Call
tion. S04-64I-B003 ..t. A9579. 3/10 I... than 43,000 original mile*. Jatmlne and East St. Keyttone Heights. Call Th. lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free Butler Call 496-2366. Two children 3/17
"pd 331CERTIFIED I 964-6821. Itpd 3/17 1 Itpd 3/17 Estimate.. 3/5 tfnchg max, and no pet. chg/tfn 5/21 496.3143.1tprJ '.
care: and private duty transportation Beauty Shop 96/7570. Itchg 3/17' ,, $S. few winter coats, mite. Pecan. 'reliable and good reference Call Ideal for moll family large yard $175 LAND FOR SALE
and t.l.phon.'r.quired.'' Call Cher, IS IT TRUE you can buy jeep 'for $...' Street., follow llgrtl. Frl, and Sat; 9 4734962. Itpd 3/17 per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8
1-800-342-8601. Upjohn H.althcar. through the U.S. Government?Get the a.m. 1 p.m. Itchg 3/17 CARPENTRY. addition, remodeling, TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH HOUSE Wor- 1-3-S ACRE .PARCELS
farm '
Services. Itchg 3/17 fact today I Call 1-312-742-1142. ext. 2 HOUSE GARAGE SALE on Emery Lone deck, No job to big or mall. thlngton Spring Refrigerator and would mak. nice horse ocr.farm low
BRADFORD CA8LEVISION now accepting '609. 3/114tpd ./7 'In Cenevol' Lake Estate Lone table, Reatonable rots Quality,,work. Call stove furnished. $200 per month. First down financed.
payment owner
I brand nom. clolh.t, antlquet. weight 473-9096. Ask for Jim and last month rent In advanc. Coll Ap
application for the position- of Office 1915 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass Supr.m. anytime Itchg ,
1/2 with
paved 2'
pro acre '
I Manager. Experience with cutomer' Brougham excellent condition: Takeover bench .,.._. sheets, misc. 9 a.m. Frl. 3/17 1(904)496-2991( ) or 196.2071,3/3' bedroom mobil. hom.'on SRI8. Hale
and Sat,March 18 and 19 Hchg 3/17 LINGERFELT TRIM AND FRAME .'oddl- 324THREE
ervice computer 'Input, general office payment of $243.91 month or pay and 496-3939,
dutie I I. a plus I,...... apply In personof off. Call 964.5504.3/17 2tchg 3/24 : ''GARAGE SALE.-'Sat. only 8 a.m., lions, remodeling decks roof' 15 BEDROOM, t 1/2 BATH MOBILE ,Associates. tfn/cha.)'
.. 327 S. Water St/Storke.. 9646308. 1984.. CHRYSLER LeBARONi 4 door black. Keyttone Oaks off of Highway 100. year experience, ,473-2330 daytime. HOME C.ntral h.ot and air. Complete",
Equal ,Opportunity Employer.' 3/17 2tpd Tok. over payment, approximately ..Follow tignt. Mist Itemt. Itchg 3/17 Itchg 3/17 lyfurnishd.Call 431-1039. Itchg.3/17, CARS/TRUCKS.
3/24 SC800 owed. 964-8310. 3/17 Stchg 3/31 .HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs', 'additions ,",
,AVON REPRESENTATIVE. NEEDEDe>full 1977 fOlD COURIER TRUCK run good. or complete building. 30 year MOBILE HOMES 1971 DATSUN .PICKUP. $300., Call
time 'or part time' ., Unlimited oppor 1 1'tunlll. Call 9647823. Itpd 3/17 LIAAEROCK'FILL experience serving Bradford' and Clay 496-3333. after.6 p.rQ. weekday 1 Itpd.
.*., For more Information call 197 FORD PINTO 4 cyl. '41\tpeed; 30 Counties. 473-4018. 3/28 tin FOR SALE 3/17

Ramona, 7823068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31 mpg recent point' look and run ..xc : SAND' FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging?
ELECTRICIAN-VOCATIONAL INSTRUC-i 1 .ll.nt.3800 cash Call 964-4024 after House out of level?? LaRue Leveling ,ir x 'ff MOBILE HOME Two bedroom t
TOR lilt F/C petition O4694. Available p.m. "Itpd 3/17 service for all your foundation repal..t bath. Fronl .kitchen. Call 431-1022.3/17 1r"
78z 3172
for highly qualified Individual with at 473-7721.7/9 tfnchg Stchg. 3/31 .
least three yr.. experience' In electrical SALES )k( COMPLETE HOME REPAIR. carpentry' NO MONEY DOWN Take over payments
work. Prefer someone with supervliory painting electrical plumbing. of S237.27 -'9 1/2 year 1983 14' x 7ff
experience.. Selected applicant Reasonable ro'.. Llcened contractor Two bedroom, 2 bath In Worthington
will"be teaching inmates electrical BIG' YARD SALE Saturday Sunday RBOO49306. Call Mitch 473-3940. 820TFchg Springs. Call 1-237-3486 (Ocola). 3/17 r
31920. 9-5 Lot of Items, ,
skills while I maintaining institution p.m. toy 324L '
facilities and Involved In various construction etc. Off 301, NE 5th St. Itchg 3/17 $100 REWARDFor 2tchg.

protect Salary range I I. MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE Everything Information TRAIN
$16,129 to $26,403: with excellent must go. Corner 225 and 229 Boyle any "
benefit package. Qualified applicant Hwy. Thurs thru Sat.,9.a.m. until Itchg leading to recovery of TO BE A -;" '
'' ti
must submit a completed State off 3/17 stolen sterling silver dla-1 ,PROFESSIONALSECRECEPTIONIST .
Florida employment application not HOUSEHOLD ITEMS) 209 E. Adkins St. _9a.m..12 "1--1.yvo.reaC. .
""* .....PSE.CRETARY .... ...
later than Mar 28, 1988 ton PersonnelManager. noon. 'Itchg 3/17") "m l1d" fang roundkPeb; .' '3JTC"M
I Union Correctional Institution FRIDAY E SATURDAY March 18-19.,9, March
29 1. \A.'R, :
am.3 Lot of Itemt. 509 Center or .EXEC.SECRETARY
P.O. Box 221, Ralford Fla. 32083. p.m.
904-431-1212.; ..t. 202. An Equal Op St. It 317GARAGE Please call 964.5762 ''Start locally, 'full time/part time] 'SOUPER'

portunity/Affirmative Action: SALE Thursday Friday > 'with information.ALTERATIONS. L.orn word processing' and| Train to be a
Employer.,3/10 2tchg 3/17 Saturday.430 Center St. Something, for any related secretarial .klll.. Ham. TilE WAY VtXJARE!

O.R., R.N.. .P.R.N. position available In everyone. 964-6210. Itpd 3/17 |Study and Resident Training. Nat'l J AGENT
Saturday Sunday.
progressive" hospital ipeclalltlng In
--' headquarter L.H.P.. Fl. TOUR GUIDE
reconstructive, plastic, hand A p.m. Lots of Item, toys .tC. Off 301 -- Food StoresIs
mlcroturgery, Med/Surg. experience N.E. Sth St. Itchg 3/17 e FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE.enuNCULJUOMAIUBU AIRLINERESERVATION
required. Apply to Lake Sutler Hospital .HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 209 E. Adkint St. 9 I' now accepting application for (toremanager.
Hand Surgery Center. SR 121 I 100, ''amto 12 noon. Itchg 3/11 .JM PLACEMENT AUOTANCf 1ST '! in retail
lake Butler Fla. 904-496-2323, EOE. MULTI-FAMILY SALE 412, Westmoreland Experience
3/10 Stchg 3/24 St. Saturday only. Children and -80Q4323004AJ Start locally full-time/part-time> tralrf management a must Salary

TOP NOTCH SECRETARY/Administrative women'cloth.., furniture, mist Itchg on live airline computers. Home negotiable.. Benefits include monthly
Assistant n..d.d. Comput.r experience 3/17 964-2497 ,p..arar study and resident training ,
...... bonus paid vacation, sick leave
a plut. Long hour required attimet. S FAMILY YARD SALE) featuring toy, Financial aid available:Job
Respond In writing to:, Fla.Blueberriet. baby clothes, adult clothe, furniture, placement assistance. National insurance,profit sharing pension plan

Inc: Rr. 1. Box 612, book, much more. Sat., Mar. 19 only. _._ _n _n._ -UU-Lu. -__ ..... .. ...... ... J headquarters, Lighthouse Point, RA.C.T. I and credit union.' Must be willing to
Waldo, Fl. 32694. 3/102tpd 3/17 7 mile on Rd. 100 toward lake Butler --. work long, odd hours if necessary and
R.N.'ti lull and PEN position available. turn onto Baylett Hwy. Second dirt Durrance Pump & Supply .TRAVEL SCHOOL take polygraph Apply at the S&S
M.d/Surg..xp.rl.nc. preferred., Paid ,rood on left near Baylett) Hwy.; 1800432.3004
time off program. Apply to Lake Butler Church watch for signs. 964-6342. Itpd U.S. 301 North.. 864 N. Temple Ave, Slgrk Food Store Office 220Q E. Duval St..":
Hospital Hand Surgery Center SR 121* 3/17 Lake City during business noun. .
10O Lake Butler Fla. 904-496-2323,) 2-FAMILV GARAGE SALE Saturday *Well Drilling -
EOE. 3/10 3tchg 3/24 ,Crystal Lake Hometlte. Corn. ..7th. 964-7061:
,BRANCH PRESIDENT TRAINEE? National 54th St. 8:30 a.m. Some furniture, 'lots *Pumps *Plumbing
contumer finance company has openIng of misc. Itcho 3/17 STRAWBERRY SEASONIS
for branch president troln_. Ex
cellent'' on |lob training 'program A' ANIMALS PETS '

planned program,, for advancement., FOR SALE HERE !
,Collection experience h.lpful but not .b. FOR SALE ,
necessary.Competitive salary and -Im- ... *
prettlve benefit Call today or tendresume Appaloosa Fill Soil
mar., on. Toro wheel Call. Dirt Top
mower. EA
Kris. 964-6924. TFm'VACATION
D South Walnut St.. SI....... "..MOtl'
''''.5010. Equal Opportunity! Employer Large or Small Loads of Limeroclc Over,60 Years in,Berry & Pecan Business
LIVE-IN HELP WANTED "IN JACKSONVILLE Tractor Work, BackhoeBulldozer Jr, R. 'WainwrightProduceStarke
) Light housekeeping,' tolory.\ 'In, COTTAGES. Fully furnished. Dally "
We.tslde area. Call 1-783-3312.TFm| weekly monthly rate. Also mobile 964-6182 964.5823.964.6095 .
WAREHOUSE HELP NEEDED High School Farmers Market
6. home park space for rent and home
education and driver licence required., for sole. MT. VIEW RESORT U.S. 64E U. S 301 North Starke'
In at Teal Tile, 131 N. ,
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Cherry St. Itchg 3/10 521.1605.6/11 Ifnchg.. ,
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SERVICESWANT MISCELLANEOUS, Spec. Fillyaw Is Lt. Schiller:, CompletesField Pvt., Wm. Hamilton:

TO MINK Computer ProgrammerArmy Artillery Course Completes' Basic''
WANT TO STOP* your drinking water? City or well I Seaman 'Traci Aljets National Guard Spec. 4 Second Lt. Timothy L. Schiller, Pvt."William A. Hamilton, of
THAT'S OURS 'Shaklee' Bestwater Is the solution, pennies 'Completes,Training Charles R. Fillyaw, son of Carol A. ,son Sta of Jack D and Mary L, Schillerof Jannie S:McCullough of Starke son, has
Alcoholic Anonymous per gallon/ ", Call for free water and Robert E. Filyaw of Lake' rke,has completed the field artillery completed basic
'64.41 so.64-2ooo test 782-3790. Distributor needed Navy' Seaman Trad 'L. Aljets, Butler,has completed the Army pro- officer basic course at Ft.. Sill, Leonard Wood,Mo.training at Ft .'
CHAIN UNK FENCE In.tolled. ,Freettlmote also, part-time S720-S t.,000 per month daughter of Allison G. AJjets of grammer and analyst course at Ft. Okla, During the training students
*._ _Hondy-Mon Fence Co. possible,Itpd 317LAND Keystone Heights, has completed'' Benjamin Harrison, Ind. During the course, students were received Instruction in drill and
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8539 tfn recruit training at Recruit Training The course provided enlisted per taught basic artillery techniquesand ceremonies, ,
weapons reading
HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, elec- .. FOR SALE Command In Orlando. sonnel with a knowledge of the principles were introduced to new weapons tactics, military courtesy map military,
tricot complete home repair During the 8-week and of systems and doctrine.Lt. .
training cycle, techniques computer Justice, first aid and
Schiller history
Reasonable rates. licensed contractor, studied is a 1986 graduate of
general military sub programming Major subject areas and traditions.
LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764.. after the .
RM049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn Included University of Florida.
designed to her for further ADP fundamentals,
prepare Pvt.Hamilton
5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin is a 1987 graduate of
MACHINES tale and ,
.all moke cleaned, oiled* adjusted.service NO DOWN PAYMENT 2.5 to 50 acres: academic and on-the-job training problem-solving,complJer-level programming Union County High School.
in one of the Navy's 85 basic assembler-level
$15. ,All work guaranteed. ,Corner .v.rallocatlon.,from SI.IOO/ac.r.: :30 .
fields. "
ACRES with 1/4 mile Rd. 225 C and operating systems.
Morgan Rd. t CR 16, James Strickland, on county
964-8733. 1J/3TF grade, $67,000. EZ terms. 1,1 ACRES Aljets' studies included seamanship Spec. 4 l Fillyaw is a 1983 graduate
'LAWN SERVICE for residential and commercial with mobile home and barn. $35,500! or and, close order drill, Naval history of Union County High School. ,, ,
$30,000 without MH. 10 ACRES first aid. Personnel who com
landscaping tree removal, Country Sp.4 Hunter Completes
Club area, for plete this course of instruction are
/lawn prime subdividing
vocuumod No Job too big ormall. .
'. Free estimate, 9644238. :2/4TF $48,700. 4.73 ACRES with 2.600 .f.! eligible for three hours of college Leadership Course .
Will BABYSIT In my home, lunch and brick home on paved road North of credit in Physical education and Army National Guard Spec 4 feme Burke Named
nock Included. Reasonable. lawtey, $87.000. RALPH BRYAN REALTY -.' Hygiene. E. Hunter has completed a U.S. Army
Any age.Call ,.....".. She is 1983 graduate ''To UNF
Pat,9647013.: 2/25: 4tchg 3/17 3/3TF a of.Keystone primary leadership course Dean's
AlC Andrea JammesIs
TOTTINS DRYWALLI Hang, tape' and DO YOU LIKE TO SWIM,fish, water ski or Heights High School Students received training in List with,4.0
sit and relax In Garden of Eden? Ad ,
a You m. Specialist
finish any texture.'Patch expert. :20 ,supervisory skills, leadership
year experience.S29-9793. 2/25: 4tpd may do all of these when you purchasea Airman 1st Class Andrea L. Jam and small unit training techniques Former area resident Tony Burke'
Wf DO BULLDOZE WORK 450 John canal. Fe, lot In on Bradford beautiful Little lake Santa MSgt. Stephen Johns mes,daughter of Larry and Marci f. essential to a first-line Supervisor was named to the Dean's List at the
Deere $40 per hour. Call anytime, with little down County, Ownerfinance Call ,Jammes of Lake, Butler, has in a technical or .administrative University of North Florida for the
7823306. 3/3 Stchg 3/31: 964-7 51.,3/3 4tpd 3/24 payment. Re-Enlists in USAF' graduated Irom the U,S. Air Force environment recently completed, fall semester.
CARPENTRY WORK remodeling addition 13 ACRES In Pleasant Grove area 2 Bit Master Sgt.Stephen L. Johns, son administrative specialist course at The specialist is a material control Burke, a graduate student of
*, dock.i drywall, painting, etc, mobile home rental on of .M.L. and Patricia A. Johns of Kecsler Air Force Base, Miss. ''and accounting specialist with the public administration attained a
Quality work with low price Ten yrt. Money-making pecan trees, alto property.pin. Lake Butler, has re-enlisted in the Graduates of the 6-week .course'! Installation Support, \4lnitt Camp perfect 4,0 average for 10 hours of
experience. 4731024. 3/10 3tchg 3/24 and cypress. 5 acres: cleared.Great for U.S.'Air Force at Langley Air Force learned how to prepare Air Force Blandmg, Fla, coursework during the semester.His .
LICENSED CHILD CARES Madison St. Baptist horse farm, vegetable farm, chicken Base, Va, after IS years of military correspondence and reports, and Hunter, the daughter of Norman cumulative grade point average''
Preschool 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. All dayor form or |just great country living. service:.. -- earned credits toward an associate R.and Diane [:..McNeal 01'Starke, IS'' at UNF is 3.73. He expects to complete -
after chool'. 900 W. Madison St.. 28000. Call after 5.30 p.m., 964-8970 Johns,-an operations and security 'degree in applied science through, ''a, 1973 graduate of Bradlord High his master's degree in public.
964-6722 license 030469. 3/10 2tpd or 964-4480. 3/3 TFo| ,evaluation branch supervisor with the community. college of the Air ,;School administration this summer.:
,PAINTINOi Interior/exterior.. Freeeitimates. 11 ACRES PLUS a 2 BR, 1 bath home and a headquarters,. Tactical Air Command Force BurKe. is the son of Mr, and Mrs.
I For a heavenly |lob at a 1 BR. 1 bath home on Grlffls loop, Rd is a 1971 graduate of Bradford. She is a 1987 graduate of Union Billy R, Hardenbrook of Keystone
righteous price,, .call, 964-2O51 ,,3/10 100A,. Stark. By owner. 305-365-3125, High School, Starke, County High School, Lake Butler. J\ Heights.He is employed as sports in-
4tpd 3/31 or 305 8400, 3/17 3tpd 3/31 lormation director at UNF.
ROOFING, NEW ROOFS' tear-off and
recovers: Work guaranteed. Call HOMES '
964-4331 after 2 pm. Free estimates, 'Sunshine Industries
3/lO2tchg3/17: FOR SALE Sgt.,Frank Coss
'. I WILL BABYSIT for you Monday thru On Duty,in EnglandAir Announces Ground-

Saturday., any age. Call Debbie, iV4% ASSUMABLE on $22,000; 3 BR, 2 Force Sgt. Frank A. Coss, son MOBILE Breaking.Mar.,25
782-361 3/17 2tchg
LAWN SERVICE no job too large bo brick veneer home with fireplaceand of Richard E. and font 'J Coss of The Bradford County Economic
5 Beautiful .
garage on acres home.Reduced Starke,has arrived for duty with the Development ,
or small. Free estimates. 964.7823 to 59500.! United Realty of HOME Corporation.and the
evening 3/17 4tpd.4/7 Stark., 964-8447 or 473-3627 11/12 TF 81st Security' .Police Squadron, II Bradford' Assn. for' Retarded
England. CItizens' are proud ,to announce
BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home''
REAL ESTATE ,on your lot for $350 month. Mack Mor' Coss a'' securIty'' specialist, is a, ,SPECIAL ground-breaking ceremonies for''
OUT OF AREA rison 1-904-733-3250:' Please,call: collect 1981 graduate. of Bradford High sunshine Industries' new facility at
,3/3 4tpd 3/24 School. MOBILE HOME TON Enterprise Park on South .,State.
THREE BEDROOM,2 both house with carport Coss received an associate degreem '$1195. Road 100 in Starke.,
.OCALA' NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots on 4 acres of land. Some furniture 1987 from Mississippi County. CENTRAL AIR i fheceremomes;'which will al&o
.river access, $5450 Each No' included. 2201 Sleepy Hollow Drive" Community,College in .Blythevilie. A tof>-notch unit designed InstalledSubject denote the opening .of Enterprise
money down, $65.41 monthly. Owner Starke. 964.6493:ask for CII. 3/10 TF Ark." ,for mobile; homes.SingleWide ., % to'availability1! .! Park. will take place at 11 a.m.'on
236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF FOR SALE BY OWNERi 2 BR bungalow; Priced March 25 at the site of the new plant.;'
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY freshly painted In ft out,' plush new ';, from Congressman ""Bill' Grant will be
carpet ,tile., all kitchen amenitiel,'. Lt. Stanley ResnikIs : the keynote speakers '
RENTLEASESALEFOR washer, dryer Included: central: heat, Weapons Controller' SAWYERGAS Sunshine Industries;, which'' is
large landscaped lot, By appt. only, sponsored by the Bradford Assn. for''
$31,500.! 964-3045 or 964.6790., Itpd Second Lt. Stanley M:Resnik, son & APPLIANCES t ''Retarded ,Citizens is desIgned''
LEASE 1,000 so.ft.,301 South next 3/17 of retired AF Senior Master Sgt. ?
to United Realty 964-8848. 964-8447,-' MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 3 BR,.2 bath Stanley and Juliana R. Resnik of 332 W MADISON ST. a PH. 964-7701 specifically handicapped to, and tram the and new employ facility the is

or eve, 473.3627,4/16 tfnchq brick home In exclusive country club North Palm Beach, has graduatedfrom needed to expand to serve a greater
LOSTFOUNDFOUND area. Price negotiable Call for details., the air weapons controller number of clients.
373 83.12 day or 964-8809. Itpd 3/17 course at fyndall Air Force Base. Mr. ferry Vaughan 'from radio
2 BEDROOM, 2 full porches, from Graduates of the course studied station WEAG Starke ,
In will be
) TRACTOR SEEDER Call house,fenced yard. In Starke,2 blocks air defense tactics and the organization Master of Ceremonies.:
9645634. 3/3 4tpd 3/24 from school 24900. 964-5876 after and operation ,of air defense, NO DOWN PAYMENT
lOSTt SMALL SLACK ft WHITE DOG longhair noon Itpd 317GOVERNMENT systems. ,
male, little Santa Fe lake area.'. HOMES from $1 (U His wile, Melody, is the daughter
Reward. 4752583. Itpd 317MOTORCYCLES' repair). Foreclosure repo*, taM delinquent of William Ward of Keystone Hts. I:

*: : "area. Cofnl p' ..rtl.s.: TlP73ZF7375! Now ,telling.xt. H-Ft"5 your, dinal tiesmk Newman is a 1982 High graduate School in ot-West Car- If Your Credit Is Good! .. .. .. :-.. .,

for current lift. 24 hrs. 3/17 3tpd 3/31'
Palm Beach and 198? of
a graduate
EAGLE NEST HOMES kit form or turn key
"11 SUZUKI 650) needs a little; 'work. Wausau modular homes.,John Curl... the University of .Florida, ... '
$225, Kasino AMP 200w,4-1 Oft w/bot- United Realty 964-8447. 3/17 TF Gainesville., ,
( tom booster,2-15.$300 Effects boxes, Monthly payments sometimesless ."
I all aood condition $20: each,964-4275. TYVERNON I.t.

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Std. 32,000 Miles. Like'New.
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I Ii' 18 Graduate from Nursing Program I

Eighteen students have ,sucJcessfuiiy t *r*.>Ti'HntM1ve,' of (and' act: Independence Virginia M. Taylor and Patsey L,
completed the Nursing with MRS; Or; Bernard White.
i''> r Assistant' training program at the McFadden, Coordinator of the The highly successful'' program,
:,'' i, Santa Fe Community College Starke'' SFCC. with all of the students completing
f'.',,' Center. The new nurse aide graduates now the course was taught by Millie Hitchcock
d : Certified Nursing Assistants under a registered nurse with
I, Supervised clinical work sessions Florida law* include Kimberly J. specialization as a nursing practitioner ,
were held at Whispering Pines Care Colston, royce Faye B. Cribbs, San who has just retired from a
Center, with the academic ,classesfor dy K. Cnssman,, Janice Loretta long career as a public: health nursein
the 120 hour program ,at the DeSue,:Kenna Lea Ford, Susan K. Bradford County.
<:'.-/- SFCC Starke Center.Attending Groves Jennifer Johnson, Janet D. The Nursing Assistant program
I.),' the graduation Keith Victoria A. Kelly, Karen MaxIne ''covered such topics as nutrition,
r; ceremony at the ,SFCC Starke Knowles, Myrtle LeNeave, Bonnie legal responsibilities and ethics
Center were .Fred Cline, Elaine Joe Moss, Sandra A. Moss communication skills medical safety
Slocum and Marjone Richardson of Darlene G. Norman, Linda Raye and sanitation and patient treat-
Whispering fines; Bill Cannon, Raulerson Kathlyn D, Sanders, ment.

Jobs Program Taking Applications I

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By Mark Frledlin be a partnership between the public and begin training for an,
'I'' w BCT Staff Writer and private sectors'are locally economically more beneficial job
t ,
o Applications are still being accepted designed to meet the individual than the one they had before, and
'.. in Starke for a unique job needs of businessmen. The 50 percent become self-suffcient as they earn
training program,which reimbursesan payback on the employees their salaries.
:.; employer 50 percent of a trainees wages is a valuable economic
r,, pay. benefit for the employer, who effectively For more information about the
t I"I(I The program allows employers to gets a worker for half the new program, either as an employeror
I"I' hire a worker give him training to price, then can retain him if he so as an applicant for training, call
I : do the job, and pays the employerhalf desires, after he learns the training the Lake City office at (904)) 752-3121
: of his salary each week. provided, training provided under
The benefits of the program are that particular businesses' own Applicants can now take their in-
obvious, The employer gets a system. : formation to the Bradford Vocational
i worker at half the price and the One of the things"businesses who Training Vo-tecn) Center on'
employee gets valuable, on-the-jofr ,have participated in the program so Orange Street in Starke.
training with real work experience. far like about the program is the
;The program, was started by the amount ,of paperwork and "red Potential workers are'",urged to
North Florida Private Industry tape" which are kept to a minimum speak with Thelma Mitchell or
Council and will be administered in by regional offices in an attempt to Deborah Chisum for further rotor
Bradford and Union Counties from streamline the process as much as mation. The number at the Vo-tech
1 the Job Service office in Lake City, ,possible. Center, which also features a wide
Q qs Local and area members of the program -' The benefits to the employees are variety of Job training programs; is
r In this area include ChairmanJ.E. that they get to enter the workforce 9646150.Qtmdas .
T fomlmson, President of the
t Florida First National Bank In

v, P Starke;and member Richard Hires;
Production Manager for Owens-
lllmois. Inc.,of Lake Butler. '
According to spokesmen for the SheartDesign
program, the goal is to train
economically disadvantaged per- Presents
sons and place them in the job
market. The program sends the f) Mr TimMr.TimOffersa$30PERMreg .

1-iiIr--: .. employer employee a with"motIVated an interest Job-ready"in the 8

business chosen and reimburse .
Nursing Assistant Class... them 50 percent of their pay for the Iii 'Celebration
Second row; Sandra 'Moss. Susan Groves Darlene time spent in training. '
On the steps at Starke Center Santa Fe Community ,Norman Janice DeSue, Karen Knowles.. The success of the program in thIS
College is the recent class of nursing assistants. Front Third! row! Sandra Crlssman. Jennifer' Johnson. :area, according to the spokesman. $ re .
row; ,, Vickie,,Kelly, Instructor'' Mildred Hitchcock' 'Myrtle Back row; Janet Keith Linda. Raulerson.. munity involvement and private sec-
LeNeave, Kathlyn!,Sanders Ronnie Moss was not present for photo., tor involvement. There is no limit to''
the variety of jobs in the program '
and no company is too small or too'

." ,': ,DuPont Receives Permit:;for Mining large The to North participate.Florida Central Service''' ,964-4151

Delivery area to be served by the job
l 'j Bradford includes Union, 118 S., Thompson St.
,, r: by Buster Rahn' ''prIor to releasing the water; into Bd.' Adjustment.. Alachua, Columbia; in
.. Merle
.J' or
BCT Starr Writer: Alligator Creek, and other drains Hamilton, Suwannee, Madison, NormanBldg.
A permit to mine 1,400 acres in DuPont leases vast acreage from While' 'the Zoning Board is required Taylor; Lafayette, ,DIxie' and '
l l: northern Bradford County has been the state, lying within the Camp 1 by county ordinance to hear Gilchrist counties. /1KI to Kp,!IOU fc jlootf
I granted the DuPont Co.' by the Boardof Blandmg complex. When minerals the petition for the Special Permit The Private Industry Council's job '.
Adjustment. have been extracted, and the land Review and make its recommena training programs, are designed to
,John Samborskl, representing the reclammed, it reverts to the state. tion to the county commissioners, I ,DuPont Co, came before the Brad- Samborski said land that is purchased the Board of Adjustment issues the .
ford County Zoning Board for a' is often returned to its former special exception for mining land
and approval which is zoned for agricultural '
special permit review owners and an agreed upon price, pur
Tuesday night, Feb. 23. after reclamation.The poses. Decisions by the Board of AdJustment ,, ,' .1' ., '

.that' Samborski DuPont has told recently the zoning purchased board mining operation comes by the county are not commisioners.subject to review :," :, ,"' ,,;"',!,.\\In; !'h ';\; ""'" ,.:;>,' ,':" ;
under the of 21 or more
7,400 acres on the west side of auspices The Board of Adjustment heard : /:\::"
governmental agencies, including :
US-301, four miles north of Lawtey, the U.S. Army Corp ol Engineers. the petition for the mining permit :, /,. : :::::, : "
I with some 1,400 acres lying in Bradford Following the presentation *by and routinely approved the request:
County The remaining property Samborski Zoning Board Member The county Board of Adjustment is .: .d"" '
is located in Baker Clay and' Spyro Drives moved to recommend composed of five members drawn "
Duval Counties. from the zoning board. ,
approval of the Special Permit i '
DuPont seeks to mine the proper Since the five members had heard
Review to the board of county com-
ty, with the same type operation it missioners, which will hear the request the DuPont story only a few minutes
has had in Bradford and Clay Coun- Wednesday, March 16. The remaining ''- earlier, while sitting on the zoning
,ties for the past 40 years. five members present board, it was not necessary to repeat .. .
the whole scenerio for the board of
Samborskl said mining permits agreed with the recommendation in ,
will enable DuPont to continue min- a unanimous decision. adjustment hence the routine approval -
ing in the area for the next 27 years, .
I until the year 201$. Without the per-
mit, DuPont will mine out existing
holdings In 1999.
DuPont is a good neighbor maintaining -
.; a low profile in the county, ( ,f y )
I Samborskl said.,,The company 'is; b ti t "'- TENT
vitally interested in land conservavtion CIft:1f
V returning the land to the same, I
)', or better condition than its former
,I status. In order to accomplish this ''all tires Made' in the" Good } 0",6 S \'

'feat, a the foot land of prior top soil to mining is strippedfrom then 'Ole' US of A .EOlO

replaced after the mined area has Front End '
;>J with fertilizer and 995 S'
been filled, along
s chemicals to grow better grass and ,Alignment,, .. t/
trees than was possible before. of tires

Samborskl said DuPont is Includes set caster,camber& toe in to mlrs, specs. Check Thl Prl; e Anywhere .
oriented, providing the'
safest employee possible environment for its Inspect suspension & steering system. For most THE 'BU HERE Bl''
workers, 'along' with safety equipment american cars, Front wheel drive and chewotto vehic,' # '
and group meetings on makingthe extra. Parts extra. ,
job a safe place to work.. Front '
In addition to conservation of the, Il'
land, DuPont is concerned with the .BRAKE .or Rear ", "
quality of water being discharged by' : :
its operation.The company provides service 4995 '
holding ponds for water,,treatment ..*<_ ..... M.. .5-.a ......t. _. M.. 1Z. ,,0 S.w.
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County'Agent Taylor r.-i_.......a........pats isr.
Recuperating in ..

County Agent Bobby Taylor* who RADIAL''XL MULTI-MILE POLYGLASS', '
has served Bradford County in this '
capacity for 18 years,is reported to BELTEDP15580R13
be, improving in Alachua! General ,.. .
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HOSpital Gainesville, after suffer- '' $34.00 $28.00 < .
ing a near-aneurysm two weeks ago. -.U'-aI
Mr. Taylor is now out of intensivecare 175-80R13 $30.00 / ,

but visitation Is limited due to P195-75R14' $41.00 $34.00 .. ,.,,..,"" ,;,,v.'w'. .<,, \ e .
his condition. His address is Room; ',".i't. '>;"'Tk4 ,.."t
464, Alachua (i I General Hospital, P205-75R14 .43.00 36.00 ;'';'' (, ''K ,
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Gainesville Fl. 32601. : $47.00 S" ,{. "
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eye problems? Can Tel-Med and. WINTERIZE Your'Car.' ',, $19.95CORB.ETT'S Loaded Must See ki; 10f,'$G Mazda Pickup tr1; Red & White-Like New
ask to hear any of/ these free health
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