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 24, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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2 91988
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Bradford Court '

Two fectlon* 1 ke

Inside... fiCTION. At 12 1'.... Y

Outside. ...... N.w.. .. . ... . I3AIdltorlal '
.. rag*. .. .. .. ..4A SINCE'1879' ,
Spring ts here with little likelihood of any more sub-freezing: ili.Ixl.ik.n.4tA. : I '
temperatures this winter. Irawbwry, Pageant. . .,..'...a .''j\\
'The U.S. Weather Service Office predicts warm days and 'cool Public Nottaaa. . .. ..iA ',.' 'hI';'

w nights with lower temperatures late in the week:They expect a 30 I..port* . . . . .. II-1JA .,,'',:\I
percent chance of rain Friday. probably late in the day, and ram r 11. "
a early. Saturday,clearing late in the day. Expect clearing skies SunSltTlON Si 14 reps ':,j

day. 4-" '.''r PI..n.. . . . .,1-SS
RainfaU for March at the three fire towers in Bradford County: Co-op Preview. . . .. .IS "
Santa Fe, 7.40 inches; New River, 6.00 inches;; ,Louis Hill, 4.54 inAntlv.* Show. .. . . .. ,*. 10.7' 10.fl\Otn0 '\u uches.
k.dferdlb.plt.L" . . .. ..BImpravamont YOUNG, ''!LTBRflRV, p'K' ECT ; ,\(. &G
The 30 . . .. .,. '" oj,
year average rainfall for March is 3.96 inches Aw.rd. TV FtQRIDftadlE t : ;
First Quarter moon, Friday March 25. Maws Srlof.. .... . . .7-1 OSAroa The Sweetest Strawbel.'LIN I ,,'..\':'v
Time will change Easter Sunday April 3. Move clocks ahead one Doattra.. . . ..IIS l ,,':,'
hour, Saturday night April 2. ,Maws .rt...,'," .I.t .12.". '108th Year 'STARKE.I "" "' "I ;;SV I L.E Ft. ,:: 1.1 : ',;
38th Issue Thursday. ML or."C _. ..,._ ,_

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Worth''' 91 jting Last Ditch Stand Planned

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EDC Bradford Quarterly County economic Meet... By Hazardous Waste GroupBradfordUnion #.

Development Corp will hold its -
Board of Directors quarterly : Forces Meet Tonight 7 p.m. In Courthouse in Lake Butler -
meeting in the conference room of '
the Santa Fe Community College Bradford and Union County opponents Of a hazardous Florida you could not find a better one. You are not suffi- .. ,

this evening (Thursday, March 24);' waste treatment facility north of Raiford on SR 121 are ciently informed to make a decision at this time. You ,. WIl
at S p.m. planning a last ditch stand against what they call a flaw, know the process was flawed"
ed decision by the Environmental Regulation Commission Claude Buddy Revels, who resides near the proposedFSP
Enterprise Park, ., at a nine-hour hearing in Jacksonville last Thurs site and has spent many hours researching the computerized
day. procedure used Weston, for the
siting by spoke
A combination dedication of -
Enterprise Park and groundbreaking At the same time. Camp Standing ''officials ,and Bradford delegation, reciting chapter and verse of .
residents of Kingsley Lake are basking m ERC's rejection -, discrepancies in Weston data.These included population
for Sunshine Industries will be
held March 25 of a Federally-owned site on Highway 16 East,which figures hydrology figures the by-passing of input from f'.rl
Friday beginning would have placed-the treatment facility within two the two Regional Planning Councils involved the lack of
at noon. Featured will be
Bill Grant.speaker miles of popular recreation beaches and m close prox scientific data concerning incinerator stack'emissions \
congressman unity to Black Creek, an important tributary to the St. and effect on property values

Easter Contata... Johns, River. ,ERC members, intent on winding up m one day a hear.. .
Other rejected sites in the top four being consideredwere ing that was agendaed for two days were apparently \
The choir of the First United prison property at FSP in Bradford County and unimpressed "It was almost as if the decision had 'fl.
Methodist Church Starke under, DeSoto County:Correctional Institution property near already been '''made and they thought we were just ,
the direction of Bill McRae, will Arcadia. wasting their time," Revels said after the session endedat .
present its annual Easter ContaLa, 6:30 p.m. ;,1

Sunday evening, March 27, at 7:30 ,Decision.Can Be Challenged.. .
p.m. Bradford and Union County forces will meet tonight Rep Irvine Prepares Btll..i

Everyone is invited.AllSports (Thursday, March 24) at 7 p.m. m the Lake Butler courthouse Rep Chance Irvine of Orange Park, representing ClaY'''
Club to discuss possible appeal from the site decision and the eastern third of Bradford County. said that
... which may be made within a 14-day grace penod after DER's elimination of all sites except those located on
The Bradford County All-Sports ERC enters a written Order confirming its recommendation. state-owned land was not fair to other locations. She has
Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday "* already prepared a bill asking the Legislature to dismissthe
March 29, in the Western Steer If challenged the ERC decision will not become final siting procedure used by Weston and start the process -'
Restaurant. unless successfully defended before an Administrative all over. The 1977 Legislature did not forbid consideration David Hurse'Honored...
Officer.It is assumed that the recommendationwill of all but state-owned sites but did ask that
Dinner is optional. Come early.if. Heanng Veteran Tornado Coach David Nurse was Inducted into the Florida
( not reach the Legislature and the Governor until the they be shown preference. ,
you plan to eat, Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame In ceremonies Sunday, March
challenge is.resolved, State Senator,Wayne Hollingsworth; citing the lack of '
20 In the Ocala Hilton.
Aids Presentation,.. means to evacuate prisoners in case of emergency said '
32nd year at Bradford High, Hum began coaching in
.. I into
Site Selection Process Flawed.,. ,he will introduce a bill in the Senate to extend the time Going .
/A video 1955 two at Tate High In Pensacola, then came to BUS as an
/ tape concerning AIDS spent years
for site beyond the deadline of May 1, He
Basing their opposition on a belief that the site selection designating a
will be presented for parents, Tuesday assistant to Coach Lennard Register. Hurse was the assistant coach dur-i
March 29, at 7 p.m., in the process of DER's consulting firm Roy H. Weston ,suggested placing the treatment facility in a more central -; ing the first Tornado 30-game win streak in the 50's. He became head'
roads lead toOrlando"
BHS Media Center. If parents ap', Inc., was inadequate and fatally flawed, a battery of location pointing out that coach in 1962 and in 1965 and 1966 the Tornadoes won two consecutivestate
prove the tape will be shown to lawyers and expert witnesses representing Bradford and ,Two ERC members reside in Longwood adJa- football championships, and had a 31-game winning skein.. Hurse,,
students later in the week. ,Clay Counties made strong appeals to ERC to take the cent to Orlando. Republican Senator Ander Crenshaw"also has also coached Tornado teams to track and wrestling state titles.
issue under advisement and delay a final decision until voiced opposition to siting the treatment facility in Hurse has a 1641036career.record at BHS ranking him among', ,-

,their April meeting., y Clay County. Florida's. top 20 all-time winningest high school coaches.; '
Teen Parenting' ... Johnny RT;: Hobbs Jr., Starke attorney, said "We cannot (For more,on hazardous waste, ,see'ed1tonal page, ...
buy the argument, that out of 10,200 proposed sites in 4A.) _'II.III.o! u : -- l "LT i1l1! _
A continuing series of meetingson

Teenage Parenting Myth vs.,, ,;

,Reality Future meetings under way: March 30 and. ,Mosley Abandons Politics 'Won't ,Seek 'Re-election' '!t' I

April 13 and 20. Time:' 3:15: p.m. )
Place: Bradford High School.
c I Ir Current County' Commission more so in the future as the county weeks. Mosley was shot t in Vietnamin stalled Mosley laces having a rod .t'1:
,Berry Queen... Chairman Lawrence Mosley says he grows Mosley points out For 'instance 1969 and now has an artificial knee inserted in his right leg,making the,
The 26U annual will not be a 'candidate for reelection -, Mosley, spent all day lastfhundayr ,Joint,Mosley was shot while tryingto knee immobile ,and make Mosley'
Strawberry in the Democratic primary .March 17, at the hazar board helicopter. He got within walk with a stiff leg..
it Pageant will be b/tJ41-.m,S-atur.
: this September. dous waste hearing m Jacksonville. 'about 15 yards ot the chopper and
day April 3 in the BHS
"' 'auditorium, that the last he remembers Until -"I would hke to thank the people of I

'Applications to enter the "I've enJoyed'semnt, but It's too "I want to leave with no hard feelings waking up in the hospital,Buddies Bradford County for allowing,,me to,

being accepted until noon pageantare ,time consuming" says Mosley, who ," says Commissioner Mosley, got him,on the chopper. 'serve the past eight'years,'" says
'Saturday March 12, at Mitchell's is completing his eighth year on the ,who represents District 1, which has Commissioner Mosley.Mosley's .
commission and Is serving as chair" a black majorityj said he was not '
Drug Store. There have been 13 operations on decision not to run(leaves
man of the board for the third time going to run in 1984 but did Mosley
his knee. The second artificial joint the District 1 seat wide open. Alter.
'BradfordFafr: ,.. said he should not have run for a se- was installed m 197S and Mosley has redistricting two years ago under I
cond term because of his business'.responslbilltles
Bradford County fair is scheduled .* Mosley, 39, owner and operator of ,' ", had 13 years of use oi It. But now he court order after a suit was broughtby I

to begin Tuesday,April S, and run Mosley Tire Company of US-301: is in almost constant pain and has to, the local chapter of the NAACP
In addition:to his business take medication. Doc- the district contains the black sections -
through Saturday, April 9. south of Starke' says he needs .to problems strong pain
spend more time at his business. Mosley; faces in the near tors say the bone in the leg has of East Lawtey and the Reno

Jake Allen'Center... Lawrence Motley Being_A county commissioner'is, future yet another operation on his deteriorated to the point that section of btarke It is approximately
,Won't Run for Ra-Eloctlon: time"consuming now, and 'will be ,right knee which will lay him up for: another artificial knee cannot be in, 55 percent,black.
Susie Allen from the Jake Allen

Center for deaf and blind children/ ,

,will day be in April the the 6 guest Keystone, at 7:30 speaker p.m.Heights,Wednes-to beheld Lion's' Board, ,Balks ,at :2- :New Administrators, Sets Workshop' I I IA

Club, on Orchard and Peach
Streets.' proposed administrative staff because the staffing chart concept and'programs administrators 'now to table,, the 'chart and''set a-, pend Jeff Schafer WithOUt'pay.. Duncan -">
ing chart asking for two assistant keeps changing.;," ,don't, have time to write.; workshop.', Board member ,Jimmy had suspended Shafer Feb. 24
el 'superintendents and a part-time administrative -' "' 'do Scott seconded. Hall! retitered he with pay" The supenntendent has
Dance. assistant was tabled "" 'It boils down to: Does the board Hall asked. ", again "Where we 'wants a document that won't changefor authority only to suspend with pay.,
,Square ..-*- Monday night March 21 by the I 'want to add three new positions or! want go{ at least three years. Chairman ,Shafer is suspended until the end of
Schlofman asked "Can't you use
Plus Level square dance instruction Bradford school board.A not," said Chairman Schlofman.' and and Schlofman said all the board the year then dismissed under action --
is available each Tuesday in workshop is set on the staffing ''You're looking at $100,000," the the allocate people you desire have ?now", members probably won't agree buta taken by the school board Monday ',
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, chart at 7 p.m.next\ Thursday,. 'chairman 'reminded the I board as you workship could bring about the night March 21.:
from 8-10 p m with Ken Perez ,March, 31,' in the Administration members, Hall pointed out the school system best solution The vote was 5-0 to Shafer is being represented by the
caller.For additional information Building onUS-30lN across from Student show :couldn't afford table. teacher union, the Bradford Education -,
projections very recommended ,
outside studies so only Association. BEA President'
call 954.7965.ChildFin& Bradford High School. ,
Duncan ,
'J Estimating the cost of the twoplusnew growth, Supt. part of it, the one position,,was filled -: Teacher Dismissed...' 'I George Bowen, speaking for Shafer.
: .., answering a question from Ms.'' told the ,The Telegraph the allegations '
positions to be some $100,000, Chastain. Student growth won't be An instructor of the Commercial
not true, and that Shafer
Do you know a child with a han-' Board Chairman .Len Schlofman there to pay for the'new ad- ,the former Vehicle Driving I Course 'was has a valid drivers license. No of-
asked Supt. Jim Duncan where the 'superintendent I 'suspended without ,' effective
dicap? ministrators Duncan said. when thought he pay ficial word has been received of the j
Child Find is one part of the money would come from.' With the (was short of help"" Hall said adding March 22,, by the School Board for of Shafer's, driver'slicense :
Florida and Learning additional help Supt. Duncan said, Duncan said the money won't be ,"I'm not sure you're. not in the not having a valid driver's license suspension
Resources Diagnostic System (FDLRS) that administrators would be in position taken from the classroom but will same shapeAt .'', : The ;board approved Supt ,Jim ed. ,' but that it,may,be suslMnd'f; ,'f)
lends support services to exceptional to write more grants and secure new be ,raised through additional grants that point, Ms. Chastain moved ,Duncan recommendation,, to sus
student education programsin programs to bring in the additional
dollars. Duncan stressed his recom- ,
a six county area: Bradford, 1"
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, mendation would take nothing from- I ," ?
the classroom or school level
and Union
One function of Child Find ts A "very ambitious undertaking," .
identification of potentially han- Supt.' Duncan said about his new ?
dicapped preschool students and staffing chart, which lays out positions SUPERINTENDE the location of children and youth in the school'administration

between birth and 21 years of age but does not tie names to the posts. ..,
who may have a handicap condition'' The school! board can determine the ,
'and 6 not receiving services. number of administrative positions, ASSISTANT FOR. ': I ASSISTA NT FOB
Some areas of handicapping conditions but the superintendent has authorityto INSTRUCTIONALPROGRAMS :"' ,. ,- ADMINISTRATIVESUPPORT I ,

may be speech language, fill the positions. In other words,if I, : PROGRAMS' ', ,
hearing vision, learning, behaVIor' the board wants to limit or add positions ','.' t, ? "';.,,'"
r or physical problems., It must do it on the staffing I'' : SCHOOLPRINCIPLES., .' FINANCE" )j''o",
U you know of a child who ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT' "
may chart.Admfnstrative '" '
be handicapped contact SCHOOLS '1:',' ''Y' ', ,' I: OFFICER f
control is lacking, P-T1] BUSINESS '" ,, .',. :
FDLRS/Cluld Find at (904) 323-88U Duncan says,and he finds it difficult CITIZENS PARTNERSHIP ,," '".' ; 'V, : : : ,, 'i' "
''I : :' ,,',11// .
in Putnam County or write muchof : .! I ,. )1'i ,
to get work done. It takes too ', /, ', i ,' ', ,
FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, the superintendent time to see : ,J: ',,',1"\"'1\\\\1': ;\ 't'. ,I" '" ,. 'j" II'' .

Bostwlck, FL 32007. the public, other administrators "' ,',',,,'f-/; ; :''I ':' ",:, '. '
and deal with the mail, Duncan said. i i'i,/ :' ,,"" ," "
The superintendent said he doesn't ,

Upcoming... ,want to limit the public's access to I I ,

Public meetings scheduled in the. him., years i, DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR
Two Supt. Duncan asked :-
for two assistant superintendents
,Clay Electric Coop Day in and filled only one position Board I &12,, EDUCATION WAREHOUSE DISTRIB. '

Keystone Heights Thursday Member, Evelyn Chastain pointedout.
,March 24, all day.All Clay Electric More recently,,that assistant J COORDINATOR COORDINATOR COORDINATOR
superintendent was retitled to a I
Called meeting of director Chastain asked "Why the SERVICES EDUCATION COMP. PROGRAMS SERVICE _ERV.
Monday ,
7 City Hall .
council p.m.. swing,' -,
March :28Southetde.. Duncan replied that a 1963 Proposed Superintendent-Jim Duncan
Elementary!: School ,administrative management study Staffing Chart by i:

Board to vtatt.1. p.m Monday. .- recommended three new ,administrative
: .

o ,Tuesday- March Zoning 21i, Board Starke:city 1 p.m., .was at funded.key officials Duncan positions for said, the but he top only is looking level one' ,4 Stulents-Expelled r Weapons, Drinking on School Campuses :| I

nail. Jefferson Thompson S... -
-.Stark* Zoning Board: 7 p.m., ,so school"we level.can"get won- done- at" the Four .students 'were expelled, i are "the worst thing .Bradford' High prindpalship. i said It '

',Thursday, March 31. City hall. ,The new staffing charting' three for having weapons on the do. I don't think the is the first time in years he I
Bradford County School Board, bothered veteran Board Member campus of,Bradford High for remainder brings these recom remembers guns being found on .-
"., workshop to discuss staffing chart Rodney Hall who pointed out Supt. of the school year by the : ,' said Chairman campus. Administrators speculatedthe :
. 1 Thursday,March SI. at!p.m.. In ,.Duncan has coordinators and director school board in action Monday night. At this age, 13 and guns problem on campus here
the Administration Building on. N. ,March 21. should know what is came after publicity of guns on
!on the..meeveJ In the new pro '
1'empAeA1'8. The two positions should be, The (fourth a ..tudent'at the Vo-- Schlofman added. school grounds all over the state.
after 'perExpul'sione .,a veteran of the,
different levels, said Hall, disturbed Tech Center was suspended
7''k: ;:!f.fft ;.l'!'.. .:,:? ;; "

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iA TELEGRAPH- March 24,1988I

District Court 'Reverses: Judge Fagan, Atty. Brown Cleared in Client Dispute Case I

ny Buster uann which reversed judge lagans tracted with the ,Jacksonville
BCT Start Writer order. I lawyers. Decision Reversed... Wacke .but establishes that in such the district court said events surrounding

An opinion filed March 17 by the In reversing Judge Pagan's ruling circumstances a competitive In- meeting' Attorney with the'Browns clients initial are
First Distict Court of Appeals Attorney Brown admits talking that Attorney Brown was liable, the terference which is not otherwise unjustified and
aU doubts
,Background... somewhat in dispute,
reverses an order by Circuit Judge with the clients, whose contract provided First District Court of Appeals decision ordinarily will.not. give rise and inferences muat be resolved in
Osee Pagan and clears' local Attorney the complaint stated that Larkin for being terminated at will,, stated,"We find that the undisputed to liability
and Shea entered into a binding written "'fo the extent that appellant' favor of the ,appellant, Attorney
Terence Brown of any wrong- and says he told the clients to advise' material facts do not permit
doing in a client dispute with Larkin contract July 26, 1981,with three Larkin and Shea the contract was a conclusion as a matter of law (Brown) may be subject to professional Brown.
and Shea, a Jacksonville law firm clients for claims growing out of a being terminated, and the clients that actionable interference was discipline, this is a matter for
July 29. 1981 automobile accident, in promised to do so, ,established. We therefore reverse the consideration for the Florida 'the undisputed facts merely
A summary judgement was Issued, which the wife of one client was killed the order appealed." Bar. However, a violation of profes- establish that Attorney Brown
by Judge Osee Fagan last October, and other family members Injured Since the clients' contracts with sional standards does not necessarily entered into a, contractual agree-
favoring Larkin and Shea in an ac- The three clients later asked Attorney the appellee (Larkin and Shea) were create any liability between these ment with appellee's clients before
tion for wrongful interference with fhe Larkin and Shea complaint Brown to contact Larkin and terminable at will there was only a parties," said the court they formally terminated their relationship
contractual relationships, which stated that with knowledge of such Shea,which he did,offering compensation bare expectancy, rather than a legal Attorney Brown told The wIth appellee.the context
charged Attorney Brown with taking prior contracts still in existence, Attorney for any services rendered right, that the relationship would,, Telegraph that the Florida Bar has presented, on motion for a summary
clients while/ ''still ,under contract' Brown discussed with the and further stating that he haddeclined continue, the opinion stated cleared him of any violation of ethics judgement, this circumstance alone
with the Jacksonville firm. clients his representation for the to discuss the merits of the The opinion continued,-As the in the case. does not produce liability as a mat-
Attorney Brown subsequently appealed same claims for a lesser, fee and client's case at the initial meeting. First District Court of Appeals ter of law, and the Court therefore
Judge Fagan's order to the entered into a contract with"the Larkin and Shea responded by filing recognized in a prior case Final Statement. should not have entered a summary
First District Court of Appeals,, clients, while they were still cons a complaint (Wackenhut Corp. vs. Maimone' ), In reversing Judge Fagan's order judgement, the district court said.

... r T Local ElectionAlvarez


NOTICEThe .4.:

Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford County
Bradford ECIA 1 i property appraiser has announcedhis
Chapter 1 Application will a intention to seek re-election to,
be written during the r the office he has served In since 1977(
month of If Since, being elected Alvarez has
April 1988, you
have a suggestion Tor the ,' izyii taken management numerous courses appraisal and received and .

application, would !you the Certified Flonda Appraiser professional
please contact: : designation in 1980. He has
been an active member of the Property
The Bradford EClA. 'A' Appraiser's Association, serving
as president of the organization
Chapter 1 Office M last year, and is currently on the
The, School Board of I board of directors
Bradford CoUnty. In announcing his intention to seek
582 Temple Avenue re-election, Alvarez states, "My
Starke, FL 32091 main objective as property ap-
is to ensure that the people of
Phone' ; ((904)) 964-6800.xt, : 33 -, '.- .,. -- Bradford County receive courteous,
J efficient service along with fair and
>va Flynn Jimmy Alvarez Ray Norman Esther Hall impartial assessments"

Annou c Candidacy Soak. II.Electlon Runaln,!'for Clark will Run lor ..-..lactlanSERVlSTAR Alvarez, 34, is a life-long residentof
Bradford County with a
background in farming and the
Future Farmers of America, servedas
national FFA vice-president, andis
involved in various community ac-.
I tivities and organizations,
'A''N Esther Hall To Make

Into I N Did Veteran For'fax Re-election Collector

Tap Savings 'F Esther'I.I.
4 Hall, completing her second term In
'office, has announced her intentionto
run for re-election, subject to the

Now Thru Sat., April 2 primaries this year. "and general election' later

.1 Mrs, Hall said, "f am announcing
sE/f/ 1 i1.. 5 ,Receptacle. H HOMEUTE Poulatv( that 1 will seek re-election to the ot-

'_s4't+, 16" Chain Saw, 16" Chain Saw. ,0. .. lice of tax collector 'of Bradford

I 1' p o toots Quick Brown wire guide,ivory #rapid 140-5320SP,141-53201 looping i without. g. o with Carry Case Powerful 2.3 cu in :' ,. ..Jy_' County.,"1 appreciate very much the opportunity
engine with solid state of having served as your
o SPECIAL !inewithsolidstateignition.Automatic': t' \ ... ....-t tax collector for the past eight years.
PRICE 49/V.. en 8 l Lightweight. '.t. "J consider it an honor to serve the
ignition and automatic I t"- -!
Some assembly ,. ". e people, of Bradford County, and,
0 0 ''t" ;' .P chain oiler 'S-2CC. required#2300 !) -. t-C"" r solicit your continued support
Quiet Switch 4 I- ; Ms. Hall Is a long-time employeeof
d v Single leA.C.switch Grounded frame. t' ; ha+P"' SPECIAL-'S999.' r rr"' f""'c"" :: being the elected tax collector's eight years office ago prior, and to

0 Brownivory.4Q.1451SP.4,451J.III'.Ioti\\( ( \\". .!; I I'f' f,,1 f I f..... ran for the office when former fax
I. :11 I :fU, '"Collector R.Kelly retired
o .SPECIAL.SSC > I, .:
'" Check your local store for brand avallab 1ity. : I i j,4 :;, Norman Seeks

:, i :i
"I -mod, .
TAR ..:uwn". : Clerks Position
SERW r'jc 25'PowerlocklJ!! .
2-Pack Soft White : .fi-
.... ;" Ray Norman has announced his
"4- .; Light Bulbs' Tape Rule y intention to seek election to the of-

,: lf Soft white medium base bulbs give almost perfect ..,, with Chrome Case fice The of office county clerk. held Gib
ce currently by
too light diffusion.40W, 60W,75W, 100W
.- #464917.33,41,74 Blade has Stanley powerlock feature Belt clip on Brown, who recently stated that he
case, '33-425 will not seek another term.
89pe Norman is a native of Bradford
,_ 2-pack SPECIAL PRICE'' County and graduate of Bradford
High School. He is executive vice-
president of the Community State
d' .cA1vi jfi1 Servo Flush21rHPha.cfIo.u"'urlOnumuppotno Bank in Starke, with 20 years ex-
7V Circular Saw' perience in dealing with financial
,Toilet Valve matters.
(m$. guard,d.pth-b.v.l control and sawdust ej.don. :d Polypropylene float with celcon body, stainless Norman, ,,40" is a beef cattle
_7w_ Combination Mad and wrench Includod.5150..,' 1RVJ\Ik,. 1,"'.(.i steel connecting rod and water saver setting Easy farmer on SR-225 in the Lawtey
'I' \ to install. #16611 area. He has been president of the,
e .$3999" I $ 99 Chamber of Commerce for' two
SPECIAL' PRICE (!tr. : i 3 ,terms and has been on the Board of
: ,SPECIAL PRICE Govenors for several years, has
been president of the Fair Association ,
numerous years, and has been,
WeiserBolt secretary-treasurer of the Bradford-
48" Aluminum Level u Union Cattlemen's Association. He
f 'mss Brass LocksetCombination" serves on the Board of Directors of
Anodized aluminum 'frame with 3 easy.to-read vials. '
the Bradford Assocation for Retarded -
deadbort and locksat one Provides
Terrific value. # 348' '
..' 1* deadbolt security without drilling a deadbolt hole. Cjizens. v

'SPECIAL,PRICE $899 MDA517OBVP3KAI' $1999h Flynn SeeksReelection


fP STERLING Jeneva M. (Neva) Flynn, veteran
'Kitchen Faucets 3-Pack Masking Tape supervisor of elections, announced
jii 'i 'Tuesday March 22,that she will be a
Twin handle washerlesa. limited
ytk ", "yhy Water 5-year drip-free satis0eia General/purpose tap Ideal for painting packaging candidate for re-election, subject to
,' warranty. miser aerator 08122,32 3r and mendIng. Useful I In home or ShopThree the upcoming Democratic Party'
Without spray W/;"1 spray... ;r: H'x40yd; .rolls SSR 340 per Primary in September

,SPECIAL 9Jt99 SPECIAL f, 9 S= 99v 3-pKlr eh4 Mrs. Flynn first took office by appointment -
J PRICEfc,'"* PRICE 299 j SPECIAL PRICE of the governor in 1963, to
fill the unexpired term of the retiring
Marian L.CrOSby In 1964 Mrs
Flynn was elected to the office by
N! r Ord lJfMI( M Bradford County voters and has
5-Ft.'Aluminum Stepladder _, OnetimeSpackling, served six consecutive terms.

Lightweight with pail shelf:and locking side spreader, ,Just one application repairs holes and cracks in 0 In announcing her candidacy,
k bar Slip-reafatant steps with double angle bracing on plaster,wallboard.wood or stucco Won't crack or Mrs.Flynn states,"The right to voteis
g' bottom..355. shrink. Use Indoors or out, 1q(. plus 25%bonus. the nght to participate. It is also
,t'rl c i A '!' $ 0544XX the nght to speak, but more impor
Z'699 $199'SPECIAL tantly, the right to be heard.'
PRICE -...,_ :SPECIAL PRICE Therefore, I pledge to continue to
protect the sanctity of the ballot and
.1." the integrity of the.. elections in our

,. ,..,.,.,. county."
Individual dealers may mot quantum. ... .Use your SEDVISTAR.Credit Card at /
Individual dealers may ml slack.items/ I.oarucipating stores. NOTICE''
Same: stores may restrict items to ,
Gash and carry terms only _e..
"The following projects will

ACME'HARDWARE & be written during the month of
April'1988: (1) State .

CentersSERVlltTAR BUILDERS SUPPLY Program.Compensatory((2)) Chapter Education 2

S Program and ((3)) LTV Program.,

S 301 East Call Street the If applications you have a suggestion would you for

please. contact:
can help. I,:' ,STARKE: The Special Project
I ,. ..
,I School Boons of
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Phone: ((904)) 964-6800. Ext. 33Pue







v 'Day Planned at ParkA .

A combination dedication of Wayne Holttngsworth, D-Lake City,
Enterprise park and groundbreaking and Rep. George Crady, I.Ywee.\
are i expectedI to speak briefly.
for ttt first occupant Sunshine
industries, la set at noon tomorrow Cong.BUI Grant is scheduled to be
Friday, March 25. introduced by Vaughn at 12:30: p.m.v
TIM public IS invited. allowing approximately 20 minutes
The entrance to Enterprise Park for Grant to speak, before ground-
is located on SR-100S, north of Radio breaking ceremonies
.Station WEAG. Vaughn ls chairman of the i Public
Congressman Bill Grant la expected Affairs Committee Bradford Coun-
to be the featured speaker, ty Economic Development Corpora
with members of the legislative tIon.
delegation I in audience. Senator Refreshments will be served. .

No one beats YARD PRO. by WEED EATER

for quality and durability. Compare our

PRECISION CLUTCH" with the competition.We .

M guarantee superior value.

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Hampton Smartles. '
'I he .t1ldeDu at Haaeptoe Elementary aeade.tralght A.CIII their report Roberta Searey. ErIk Seogglna,Crystal Murphy J-t.oreu KrJ.ca Fuqea.
cards far the third six.week p-UIaa periH. DetrIa Ford and Melody Barr.
I From Wt t.rtpt oe the.....t"WI P."Pillllps. .Matthew Me111s.John la the rear from left to rlpt:Jennifer Darley,Tort Ilerrey Charlotte Salth.
''McMIIJIa.D Peter ICnlpp Vicki Ratto,Travla Clew,Clay Archey,J..y Starllas. Jason McCullough Hope Arehey and Alex Ktnha1ae. FREE

PACK Powerful 28.0
Dismisses Water Plant Operator 4 o*.engine oil 2-cycle: engine'
I Lawtey 40 ft. spool Line 17'cutting path
2 air filters Chrome cylinder
: Barry Watts contributed to his in introducing the applicant ChiefJordan Rosati until next Monday,March 28, Flex shaft lube Cushioned handle for'
I by Buster Rahn ,termination nor dId anyone respondto said Rosati is employed as a when a full council may attend a added comfort
BCT Staff WriterIn his statement. police officer by the city of Waldo, special meeting of the council. ,.' Accepts optional edger
a special meeting, Tuesday, When Mayor Rosier called for the but he isn't in a.budgeted position. Crouse ,said the item is on the and cultivator attachments
March 22, the Lawtey city council Crouse and Bennett voted for When asked Rosati said he is agenda, and the council should proceed MODEL 120A
terminated water plant operator Rosier abstained from the Southside of Chicago. He to fill the position.
termination. Mayor $139"
Dale Smith,effective Friday March the but later said he would have moved Tampa about 8 years ago Crouse then moved to hire Rosati, Only '
Marvin attended but the motion died for lack of a second ,:
25. on a 2-0 yote with Mayor supported Water Commissioner and to Starke in 1985. He
Rosier abstaining. Crouse,since it is his department for the police academy' and has some and was withdrawn. 'r YEAR' COMPARE TO UNITS COSTING UP TO$200.00WARRANTY'
,Although the meeting was legally college work. He worked for Corrections Chief Jordan said he has not LIMITED I .
Smith is working
posted, commissioners Laura Harris -- which Following the vote, (/rouse led a at Florida State Prison prior to discussed salary with Rosati' but VAftft ..
: and Emmett were absent Waldo. At FSP he police salaries should be standardu-,
1', Bright to restore$75 in truck expense his employment in
'" leaving only commissioners Buster movement for two months owed to Smith. was promoted to sergeant rank after ed. One officer is being paid $14,000per ...ft.1WI' rft. ""
'II', Bennett and BUI Crouse with Mayor The council had eliminated the ex 11 months employment a record ad- year the other is paid $7 per BY.WEED EATER
,< Rosier to hold the meeting. earlier meeting: vancement, hour
;\" :: ,' The council also declined'to appoint pense The fund council at an voted to give Smith Mayor Rosier suggested he would Crouse said,>*...if its ail right" with Slark Iteyalone Helgh'aSlorke '
,,: : : a fourth police officer requested prefer to delay action on hiring Rosati I suggest 17 per hour Flo. Peet Control Power Equip. Bob'Lawnmower a.4J8 .
'". by Chief of Police M.M.Jordan $75 Bennett said"I'mnot in favor of atourth 639 E.can Sr S.Walnut St. ChotnJaW. Re a-.Hwy 21!N
police officer for Lawtey. 9646745 964.S668 473-0233
to provide 24-hour police duty on
'. Salaries must come from 301US301) TiftonQA 31193 CM93\ \MS?.13MIiTliCIP
.weekends Citing Lawtey's reputation .. : O._tXJ d Oy THgfMflthttibuior.tnc Bot SM .,
for being a speed trap Commissioner "> \ fr ( and Lawtey will become I i +n I A" d.al"c KM bNn, prvwMxMly notified. 9t3)
==, anothw taiwl or can|
Buster Bennett declined to se-.. ;# ,,:. v t *:'f? '.,. to I, ''speed' trap. The Police Department"' "" ...! D oura on you of ott Mi,f W d dON gur not.nH.actoquaW Mock M Mvx id"prc.
cond the'motion of CommissionerBill '" r isn t paying its wav now,
Crouse to hire a new policeman.,
Only two items were on the agen-. : SIGNS
I datro ....,....-.i:.. .
discuss the employment ;of 'J\- .,..'... 111 Available
SmIth:, '.
Consider the replacement of
,police officer Doug ,Reese who accepted r':Z"4 904-964-5119'
employment with the city of, ... l -
Palatka Police Department.,
Chief Jordan introduced Arthur'
Rosati an applicant for the vacant r
\, \, police position. 8 R ,
""I ,
Dale Smith..* I
I, Immediately upon ,opening the
meeting.Mayor Rosier asked Water, '
Commissioner Crouse if he had "
', .: ,*anything to..Y'.... ...u .1 J 1NNs PRICES'BEGIN THURS.,
Crouse said '"AS far as Ism concerned MARCH 24TH THRU WED.,
; Mr. Smith has been terminated \ MARCH 30TH AT OUR
It Isn't clear why Crouse put the
action in the past tense,'Since the
subject has not been discussed in a

',' prior Smith council said meeting.;"That what I'd- like ON US 301) s S / $ \ I\

,to know,if I have been firedv"Crouse Knru e pNnK DRt 1 1c
said "I make a motion to
terminate Mr. Smith, effective next /'KO E
Friday at the close of the work day" All '
,During the discussion.Smith com- Low Monthly'Rental Pays "
mented "I feel I've done a lot of c VODKA gAC Ait
good for the city and you're going in Details-964.Sl Ellen '
Call for Bailey
the wrong direction. I think my termination .
is due to my assistant.." 1.15 LITER -
Smith did not elaborate how his asis- 39.2 01. '
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Sealed Bids'for Bradford' County'' Roadway'PavementStriping : o C ,

Brown Clerk, Drawer "B",
will be received by'Gib DRY

Starke, Fla. '32091 ,,at'2:00 p.m on MondayApril41988.,: (a 1 -HMAIINSI .. GIN r I

3=p 1.15 LITER
... -.... I 1520
BID, FORMAT:, Bids shall be on 'a unit price basis GI 1O 99

,, ; ,',',:,, ::0. ,: 4" Wide Solid Yellow Stripe -. Net Miles
=; Groww Miles
4" Skip Yellow Stripes

available.' Contact J. EL rrlrt
information .
.. Specifications and/or '
Crawford: Superintendent. 812B North Grand Street, Starke, FI.,32091.'Thecounty PASSPORT

and all bids submitted.PUBLIC .,
reserves the right to reject any :

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''i' All' persons are hereby notified that,the: 1986-87 Audit.

Report including Federal Revenue ,Sharing-and ;

Community Development Block' Grant' Funds for the Cityof'Starke ,- I

is available for public inspection. The supporting I

documentations are on file at,the City Hall, ::209 N. LITE, ta
Thompson Street, StarKe, Florida, from 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: &a> DRAFT .

p.m. on Monday through Friday.. ,' HtYnacat'low.wta illoC.uos : 6=PAK 12 or.. b i it


,Neil L. Tucker, "

City Clerk ,

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I Scenes at Jacksonville Hearing Are We Prepared for This ? ,. .

'$ : It COULD Happen ,HereIn
JJliti')11 :

(F : '

spite of,what DER might think,

Bradford County,has no "Interlocal

Agreement" with Duval County for

i' assistance in case of highway spillor

'" ", ,( other hazardous waste disaster.2truck .

alely after the accident because Florida
.Highway Patrol officials said they needed
I__Ion from the Department of Transportation
to do .... "
Sgt James genduI the PEP said the
accident was responded to at 11M PJO.and
J accident that northbound lanes of the Interstate were
'not blocked nndl 1:1.: Los when Jbe two
t truck: were pulled apart and they .--.
erect the leaking propyl acetate. .
,"We, could: have had a fire ban 1,000 feet lathe

Jf' J\: clogs 1-75 air and 1,000 feet wide.said Allen Dunn,
\ a captain with the Marion County Fire Marshays
office. "We, Just happened to be lucky
last night and took the proper precautions.:
Explosive Fleet
.. : The damaged truck, owned by
Transport Company lot,received SSJ.OOO In
,leaks during crash damages sad spilled approximately 200 gallons
John Kopclou (top It'UI> present the case r of diesel fuel on the side of the highwayand
fur proposed ale.t Camp about M gallons of propyl acetate, according
Clay County opposing .y EtAXB MAMAKEH 0caI sr-Banner. to Chemtrec, a hazardous material
BUndlnX-- ..rw. .....
hotline la Atlanta.
-Northbound lute of 1-73 north When contacted, a representative of the
Tup Right t DER and Weston officials lineup to r of Ocala were closed: for four Noun early Tampa company refused comment:
answer questions from ,waste opponent Thursday morning alter an accident Involving The truck driven by Coons was said to be
relayed to> them by Richard nitklns. head of j. two tractor-trailer tracks left one truck carrying polyester resin and owned by Alpha
hazardous waste ,division. Dale Twachtmann, leaking highly volatile propyl acetate from Resins Company of Kathleen.
Secretary of the Department seated at end of i i itr Kt .in trailer aad diesel fuel tram Its ruptured The Fleet truck was,carrying. three chemical -
tow I fuel dab substances in separate
A Propyl acetate described at highly exploIre containers. '
MI to used te perfume, natural and IYDtll.tlc -
At' Senator HolUngsworth addresses Representatives of Union Carbide
Klght: Wayne resist, lacquers sad plastics ,
panel of ERC members, while" Chairman : according: spokeBnaa for a hazardou material In Atlanta,who manufacture the pro-
Robert Mandell takes notes. 1 hotline. 'pyl acetate, were flown to the accident -
According to' several wltnean at the site, where they supervised
1 1t scene,1-75 was act dosed to raffle hnmedl- cleanup of the spill and transfer of

'.,1 ',t\,1:; the remaining chemicals to another '
:;, -:':, tank according Towles Bigelow,
"J 'i"" '1' : '
""I't"\ ::':" director of emergency managementfor
,\I\f/,; / IY'r\o: the Marlon County Sheriffs.

':); ( 4 fl;(:;?' EDITORIAL OPINION 'Department. Representatives of the'Florida Department

EO1TORifALSy of Regulation were notified -
After The Fact Hearing? of the accident arid said they

.. ...... Last Thursday's DER hearing in Jacksonville appears to have been a postmortem were satisfied that the spill had been
.,.." ": >> exercise in futility... held after the fact. During a break In proceedings ,properly contained and cleaned up. '
'" .: ," news leaked out that the Clay County site at Camp Blanding was not The accident marked the fourth
jI.' going to be chosen. How was this premature decision arrived atT'Were any hazardous material spill In Marion
"Government in the Sunshine" law violated
,Policy'Vs ActualityIt County within the last year, accord-

'Town of Raiford Low-rated.... ,, ing to Dunn. One occurred near the

Under the heading of "Soctoeconomlct" Western's Work Paper No. :3 contained -, bridge In Eureka when a tanker

is' ironical that while protesters In a recent issue of DER's house the following comment overturned another in Oak when a
,from this area,were driving to a hazardous "Raiford. to the south of the site Contains the first residential cluster about leak developed when pumping out
"Florida's Environment" ERC'Chairman : '
waste site selection hearing In. ,organ "four mile from center of the site.Although these 20 or so dwellings are poorly hazardous material from an under..:
Robert Mandell} in a, per. maintained and rundown, they could argurably be considered a residential' ground tank and another Involved an'
,JacKsonville early last Thursday morn sonal policy statement, said; area, given the flavor of the Raiford community."
acid spill at a south Ocala truck stop,
ing, 1-75 was closed for four hours by a '
spill of highly volatile propyl acetate in Not Fatally Flawed? he said.

a two-truck collision north of Ocala. Our challenge Is to develop themost In 'his closing remarks, DER Secretary Dale Twatchmann said that Officials Indicated that chemicaland
effective rules to meet these although he was not entirely satisfied with Western' slung procedures he did other hazardous material spillsare
(environmental) issues while keep- not consider them "fatally flawed".In our opinion, an undisclosed price "notto becoming more common across
,Just the week before, three Starke' ing in mind,both, the interest of the exceed IS2S.OOO" Is a high price to pay for a Job that Is even somewhat flaw the country In ,Marlon and Citrus
citizens-armed in Spartanburg, S.C., to people of Florida and the legitimate ed. especially when one or more of those flaws ma hatOelullejriit selecting: !:' counties some of the
Inspel /hazardous ,waste, treatment I the Union County,site., ''l., :. I. ),'. ,''' '
Yrxvetetl't 2e8VI1Y
plartfrfort the"day, ,that, ,newspaper rights of individual! propeTrj.' .owner ,: rM r ,, I '4- ir3'wer.u. jJ ,hazardous 1 ( /:oalis'by material: M

headlines reported '"One-Dead; Truck "To ,have a better understanding 301, US. 441 and U.s. 19, Dunn said

Accident Jams 1-85". Although the tank ing shampoo that had cars all
of the issues and the practical effect Letters to the editor sliding
of one truck carrying butyl acrylate, a of our rules, we must listen to the over the road."-

flammable substance, did not leak, citizens of our state. To that end, I A DOT official, who asked that he
firelighters trom Greenville Spartan- ,; Administrator Credits Ferguson lhat"lucb question was irrelevant not be Identified because of possible
have established a forum during
lack of
because I felt that the proper
and 15 to 16 State were repercussions from the department,
agencies InstructorFor
burg, each Commission meeting for the Preschool student discipline at BMS m 1979 was to be
called out plus the State Department of public to address us. I hope this will Program's Success attributed primarily to the open-school said of the 1-75 ,chemical spill

Health and environmental Control and provide a means for,those who are Dear Editor: concept under which BMS had been'constructed "These things can happen'but nobody
the Red Cross. Fortunately Greenville in 1968. I went on to say that no worries
burdened, and those who are benefitted Many thanks to you and Mr.Rahn for the about It until It
County has an Emergency by'the standards that we set to fine? article in last week's Bradford County had particular served principal at BMS was or responsible other person for who the happens."

Preparedness Director, something that have the opportunity to present their Telegraph concerning Bradford CountY'1PreschooJ lack of proper discipline at BMS in 1979,
Bradford and Union Counties are not views" Program for Handicapped 3, S, but that the cause of such was the
blessed with and S year olds,which Is housed at Lawtey Buddy Revels ThankedBy
open concept system. In short, I expressed
Elementary School However, there was
criticism of a system, not a person or per-

The week bet ore that there was a spill That statement has a nice ring to'ltbut -' no the mention program of work.the one That person person who is Cynthia makes, sons. I never Implicitly or expressly-,l., For Outstanding! =xice.,:....,

'at the Hazardous. Waste Site in does it work out when applied to ,Ross, the preschool instructor. criticized anyone. We would like to thank Buddy Revels for
I deal of the dynamic presentation he made before
In have a great
,Alabama heanngs such as the one Jacksonville Ms. Ross, a native of Lawtey, holds a, respect summary for all of the principals who have the environmental Regulation Commission '

We can take no comfort in the fact last:Thursday? Bachelor's degree in elementary Education served at BMS as well as the current BMS in Jacksonville on March 17. Also, a
DER and a Master's, Degree in, Early and staff, and 1 certainly special thank :you for all the guidance and
:that Florida's while admittingthat When a meeting is scheduled ,and Childhood Education. She has been with principal, faculty
efforts to support he has us over the past mon-,
support John Mazzella in his given
such accidents do occur, is apparently -' widely advertised for two days, and the the I pgogram since its inception in have an excellent mibdle school for our ths. The many hours of work and the efforts '
unconcerned about what will pnnted agenda so states, why are things February, 1985. It has been tier expertise students. he has put forth are deeply ap-i A
happen when they occur in small coun- ,suddenly put on "rush" an obvious effort and provide guidance such that an has excellent enabled program the countyto for Dewey B. McKinney;Director predated by, everyone concerned. '

ties, such as ours, which are totally un- to let Commission members get these preschool children Personnel Management Signed: Members of the CItizens'COabtlonAgauwtPollubOD'
prepared ,to with such back home Nice for Employee.Relations '
cope one day early? the I take no credit for the success of this
catastrophles.'According to statements'by of .. ,Dean Traylor,Chairman
members, course but what about program/ Ms. Ross and the Lawtey
DER spokesmen,'they seem to think those trusting souls who signed up at the Elementary staff deserve all the credit.

that Starke has some kind of agreementwith door after being assured they would Denise Adams '

Jacksonville firefIghters to provideus have an opportunity to be heard? ESE Coordinator ,Forestry' in ,Bradford CountyForest I
help in case of emergencies, such as .
And what about those reams of exhibits State Should PrepareTo
they aid in the propane gas explosion Landowners planting.
:several However inquiry laboriously prepared by attienswho Reimburse Owners Capital Gains. You may have heard,
years ago. upon : expected them to be read: and absorbed ,For Crops and Land Given Tax Tips that capital gains were eliminated. Is
we were informed that no such by ERC members before make For 1987 Tax VearThe not quite correct. What was eliminated

'agreement, oral or wntten, exists.If ing such a serious decision affectingpeople's Editor,Telegraph: Tax, Reform Act of 1986 (TRASS was the 60-percent long-term capital gains
Should the proposed incinerator for made some sweeping changes in the exclusion from income tax., For the 1987
the State intends to wish something lives and property? Of the hazardous waste become 'a reality, a, Federal income tax system. As a result,'' tax year long-term capital gains will be ,
like a hazardous waste treatment facility seven ,200-page bound documentsprepared 200-square mile area will be affected.1 most taxpayers are uncertain about what taxed at the ordinary tax rate not to ex-

off on' our two small ,counties, ,it for each member of the Commission -, Three,basic, problems will occur; These, changes were made and what tax rules remain ceed 28 percent.
for the disastersthat by the Bradford County delegation ,are: unchanged..If you are a forest landowner If you sold timber or had any other long-
should help us prepare five I copies were left behind I., Real estate values will drop. ,here are some tips to keep in mind term capital gain during 1987.jybu will probably '
are sure to come, sooner or later. 2. Agricultural crops will be unsellable.. when you prepare your Federal incometax want to report it as a long-term
One'member of "the Environmental ,unopened, at the end of,the meeting., 3. Cancer and other diseases, will increase. return for 1987.This information is cur- capital gain rather than ordinary incomefor

remarked at. There is no reason why Commission rent as of January 15, 1988. several reasons. For example you
Regulation ,Commission and may be In an Income tax bracket that Is
Credit Amor
could Therefore, the people who own, operateand -Reforestation Tax
members not
have taken the mat-
the Jacksonville hearing that while ona profit from the incinerator, including tisatlonYou may have heard that invest-, higher than the 28 percent maximum tax
visit to the Ellerbee Curve site, she ter under advisement and ,reserved' the state, should be prepared to do the ment tax credits were eliminated by ceiling for long term capital gains,
noted heavily' loaded sand trucks their recommendation to be made at the following BEFORE!: the disposing begins: TRA86. This is only partly true;* the Cost-Share Payments. If you received
SR 121 which April meeting, still in plenty of tune to reforestation tax credit and 7-year amortization cost share assistance under one or more of
speeding along two-lane 1.Buy out people who choose to leave the
the Federal
,meet the May 1 "deadline". were retained. This means that If cost-share programs during
is the only approach to the chosen site, area. you reforested during 1987, you tan claim 1987,you may have to report some or aU of'
from north or south.'"The, idea of having -, But the meeting was arbitrarily 2. Reimburse area farmers for the loss a 10 percent investment tax credit for the it as income. If you do include the govern-

hazardous waste trucks hauling on gavelled to adjournment late Thursday, of 3.their Reimburse crops. the landowners ,for<-their first i0,000ynu spent for reforestation. ment's payment as income, you can
sand afternoon during the 1981 tax 'l.n recover your own share of the costs pros
the same road with speeding with three items still left on lower property values., .-.-..-....-- ,....... year.., ....... -...addition you the! government's cost. share nnvmAtlf. ...'
can *
.VI."u your V0/
said. the agenda. One of these "public ,
trucks is disturbing to' me, she was 4. Post a $100 billion bond for future en- 1987 reforestation costs (up to$10,000) over through the amortization and reforestation
But it disturbed none of ,the other Comment Period", ; vironmental damage and sickness 'the next 7 years actually 8 tax years).., I tax credit,described above. '

members, and her motion to ask for a So much for published policy..and so resulting from breathing polluted, air,' Here's bow it works. Assume you spent In most cases, landowners with high incomes -
by-pass route around Lake Butler died much for actuality Lon Seville $10.000 to reforest a cutover tract in 1987' would be better off to exclude cost
second. Heilbronn SpringsMcKinney You can claim a $1,000 tax credit (10%) of share payments from Income. Middle to
for lack of a $10,000) for 1987. You can also deduct 95 low income landowners may be better off

.. Expresses percent of these reforestation costs over not to exclude cost-share payments arid
Support of BMS the next 8 tax years. Due to a half-year Instead,claim the tax credit and amortiza
p Principal and Staff convention you can only claim one-half of tion.The important point here Is:you must
51 Dear Editor: the annual amortizable portion for 1987. report cost share payments. U you decideto
-c This means) that on your 1987 tax return exclude, attach a statement to your,
>o '" ti'SINCE# With reference to your article of you can deduct one-half of (0.99 x $10,000 return that tells specifically what cost
w j 1KrlvT 1 V4iro..I February 25. 1988, entitled"Environment divided by 7) or $1,357, and the remaining' share payments you received and that you
Too Restrictive at BM Y",I wish to publicly $079 can be deducted in the 8th tax year. choose to exclude some or all of them and
affirm a point that I made clear at the Reforestation costs are an adjustment to bow you determined the excludableamount.
$ G.FEItGUSON-.IOHNM.MIUU School Board workshop which was held at your gross income. Enter your deductionon .

,,10" ..""" ...... BMS, the evening of Feb. 22. but it was a Form 1040, on the hue for adjustments Portions of this article we(! reprintedfrom
in thenewspaper
point which did not appear rather, than on Schedule w, under USDA/FS Management Bulletin
Published each Thursday and entered on Second Clas Matter at the Pot Office at article. miscellaneous deductions, which are now F8-MBHToy Forest Management and Taxation -
Starke.. Florida under Act March 3, 1879. Subscription rate In trade area 912 per year; When I stated the condition regarding' subject to a minimum limit of>percent of Specialist Larry M. Bishop. The remainder
$7.00.ax.1nOI\ .. Outside trade area: 1 13 per year *7.BOaix month student discipline which I observed upon adjusted gross Income. : of this article will be seen Acre
my arrival. -principal in February of Finallf. a word of caution: certain next weekstay tuned in. For repnnl of
Phone(904)064-6305 ., 33 W.Call Streel/P.O.Drawer: A a SUrke.Florida 32OO1 1879 Mr.FeJ"8U8OfteeI me who the principal recapture provisions do apply If you 'the complete article, contact my offic at
was that I replaced. told Mr. dlspoM of ,'ntlr trmt w'rhmn years of 984-4280 (text 2I9.

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March 24. IWM TKI.KORAPH .....1"

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

The 'rwentv-Sixtn Annual Strawberry Pageant will be V VMer
held Saturday,Aprtl,at 7 p.m.This year's pageant will h'f'
be the flnt to have the benefits of the new sound and s 'rn+ +
lighting systems in the beautifully redecorated BHS

Application deadline was Saturday. Mar; 13 at noon, 1
,so no new entrants will be accepted. ;t
Advance tickets are now on sale at Mitchell's Drug
More, 157 E. Call St., or from some members of the Jr. k r ( ft4M
women Club. Donations of $3.50 for adults and $3 for
children 10 It under will be accepted to fund the 1968
community Service Projects of the Starke Jr. Women's

There is fabulous entertainment scheduled for this .,.
year to be provided by"Front Row" of Jacksonville an y
a capeua group who has been in international competi- 1
tion. This well-rounded group hopes to have something } +
to suit everyone's taste. r y
The upcoming schedule of activities is: r--

Thursday,Mar.3t,7 m.-Pageant. rehearsal at BHS '
1 it
Friday. Apr 1, l'' p.m.-Pageant. Rehearsal. BHS
Saturday, Apr'2, 12 noon-Judges' interviews with
contestants at Clubhouse. ,
Saturday Apr 2, 7 p.m.-26th Annual Pageant, BHS i' ?
auditorium. f
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Kimberly Jean.Teetersj.. Maria Burgess, ,Karen Renee Larsen ',: Ii.. "

MM Y'Y !J Miss Kimberly Jean Teeters,daughter of Jean Ciola
Miss Lilly Maria Burgess is a BHS Junior and the Miss Karen Renee Larsen Is the daughter of Mr:and
Winnett of Melrose, is 16 years old and attends Starke
M Mrs. Dwayne Hardee of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.Ed-
daughter,of John and Landra Burgess of Starke
Vocational Center.
Kimberly enjoys modeling, watersskiing
ward Larsen of Salt Springs.The blonde-haired
,Seventeen-year-old Lilly has brown hair and brown' ,brown
and She has
,exercising dancing playing gwtar.
graduated from Barbizon Modeling School and receIved eyes and Is a member of the National Honor SocIety. eyed beauty enjoys dancing, cheering, aerobics and
She enjoys dancing, judo, swimming and listening to riding. Karen is a member of the BHS an-
,her high school diploma at 16 years of age. Spon- nual staff and the
Little Women's Club
of Starke and
music. She teaches the BMS auxiliary club, is a Jazzdancer is
sored Lockwood's Melrose
Landing in ,
by Kimberly Junior
a at
Karen is sponsored by the Western
with the Spirit of Bradford band and has taken 2
wants to pursue a career as a lawyer. ,Steer '
Family Steakhouse, Harry Hatcher.
.years of French. Lilly is sponsored by Edward's
Grocery In Theressa.

Please Note;' ,

,IAw Last week's write-up on Tori Lynn Clark omitted the '
fact that she has two sponsors: Hurst Exxon and fer- BHS Class i
of '
willegar Motors, both of Starke., 1978 Looking/ 'for Classmates,

The. class of 1978'needs help' MI"a""nrf.'d. IJpbonoh LH Ilenderson ('IUI&E.......H....... ,,B'.nd.Jean. May
locating the following people. If you 1,1,5 Gayle IIend.n Rae M.rlO''''_ Emma L Murphy Joseph..amellHere.
know ot an address 01 any of these Tben.le A.Grlllb D.....tlewt.tl. Jpa_... lIo..rt LH Hill
.Cbrl.tea' Ea.lon 8"01(.,,F lO.d. PhlU'pAJ Boddy-WII'' ,
call .
people please Sonya fenly ,
? J.m. B.Mammna .rlm..y M Mry.r.Elmer .
,,UDC, Weeks Chapter'' Baldree ,at 473-J86J, Dora Tnest lI..d'Pt.h JOAIce Goodman'' : Wilname. I'i.yd Willem.Ihuald .
Gor... Ma Gerntn .... ..... ,
Broome at 473-7131, John Cooper at ('bruit Ann Cynlh'" E.Mr. Jr Win" M..y
'Has'Luncheon MeetingA Terry Ip.n(_... Evely.Polly Griffis M.rb Walter, Pare' Terry I..Perry
964-4005, or Christie Redding forode ,
,Tm.Mane Grlf" Debr.J.ltr.m..rBr..nd. Margaret ghelhurn.' Kimberly, Ana twill
luncheon meeting was held Mon> ,at 533-2505. .LH Lilt"" h.od..pIUm.. Terry A.l'hom.. Kraasth H.TMmp..agandrs
day,.Mar. 21 at the Bradford Family Lester 1t,1I..doIph.. J., Joni..Reynolds L.Tnmus .UprhurraCaroly. .
Restaurant for' theW.f, Weeks M.r,Co. p..nc. Cottrans Willem. J..C.-.

Chapter of the UOC. The meeting
Wendee Kristen Hall. was conducted by Mrs. Thomas in
the'absence of club president, Mrs.
.. Franklyn Weisgerber. Devotionalwas
Miss Wendee Kristen Hall, daughter of Sandra given by Chaplain Mrs.
Samons and Charles Hall, Is.a 1987 graduate of Christine Lawson.: p ,
Keystone High School. Wendee has brown hair and A red, white and blue paper
brown eyes and was active in many school clubs in high garland bordered the head table
school as well as being on the 1986-81 Homecoming with a centerpiece of spring flowers hALL
Court et Keystone High She plans to attend Santa Fe mixed with state national and Con-
College and major in accounting. Wendee is sponsoredby federate flags. Similar centerpieceswere
Dean's Drugs in Keystone. at other tables and red mats
were at each place setting
Mrs. Blanche Otto was a guest at
I the luncheon meeting The historical
Gloria, Braswell Party'Honoree, program's topic was presented by
Thomas the Final of
Peggy on Days
Miss Glona Braswell bride-elect camellias and'greenery...Centering Richmond.
of Ricky Johns, was honored with a the bnde's honor table was a
bridal Oriental luncheon on March 5. porcelain bridal doll surrounded by
Scene of the lovaly affair was the pink camellias. Fruit
China Restaurant. Sharing in the occasion and seatedat
Hostesses for the occasion 'were the bndal table were her mother Breast CancerSeminar Trees.
Mrs. Harry Gruen,Mrs. J.E.Hardy, Mrs. Minnie Braswell of Orange PLANTS
Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Jimmy, Park, the groom's mother-Mrs. for WomenA @
Reddish and Mrs.James E. Rogers Randy Johns, Mrs. Virginia Darby seminar on Breast Cancer IIi set .
Jr. (grandmother of the groom) and ',, Thursday,Apr 7 from 7:30-9-30: : p.m. Artificial &. Living '
,Guests were greeted by Mrs. Red Mrs. Ann Braswell, sister-in-law of at Alachua General Hospital.Dr. Shrubs
dish and Miss Braswell.Mrs.Rogers the bride. Each were pinned with a Bruce Stechmiller, member of
served juice appetizers to guests pink camellia corsage. when they ar the AGH medical staff and on- /,2
upon their arnval. An .'Informal rived. cologist expert, will discuss how to ,@ 1/2, rice
greeting and social penod was en-, Invited to wish the bnde good detect, treat,. and cure breast, '
,joyed pnor to serving lunch. wishes and share the luncheon with ,cancer. ""of
The tables were covered with lace her were 27 friends.. The hostesses She free conference is offered by .
Cloths and were centered with presented the bride with a silver ser, the Women's Health Pavilion. To ROSIER .
clusters of large fresh red and pink ving tray as a memento of the occa register,!call 378-4408.: Everything

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Episcopal Parish Hall on Monday 'CENTER'epo'tt
Mar. 7 at 7 p.m.Presidentelect. 1I .
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.Introduced guest speaker FranK 301 S.Walnut e Seeds Yo
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Hospital Auxiliary CooperatingWith

Plans for 'Say No WeekMembers

of the Bradford Hospital and will not be returned for several
Auxiliary met Monday Mar. 21 at months, the'1ntttaJ comments have
the Western Steer Steakhouse with' been very good and Mr. Reartck
Mrs. Rose McConnell presiding feels that accreditation for
Chairman Midge Prick presentedthe anywhere up to a maximum of three
speaker, Adele Mitchell, of the years, will no doubt follow.'
"Just Say No{ to Drugs" Activities for the week of May 9-14
and eight members of programll are being supported by service'
group, which was organized to teach clubs, PfOs. the Sheriff'a Department -
teens about the hazards of drugs and and both city and county com-,
alcohol use.Participating. ,missioners, and will include: "Red
in a skit showing Ribbon Day", essay and poster con i
reasons why teens turn to drugs and tests "Balloon Day" when 4,000 ,
the constantly spiraling addictions balloons will be released from eight
which frequently ends in death of the schools. The Auxiliary will
user by suicide or accident were distribute ribbons to all businesses ,
Bryan King, Michael and Mlcki in the county.Bradford i "ir- \
Becker, Jennifer Dodge Allison Ar-' Fair Committee chair-
chey, man Wilma Jean Terry asks each )
all of BradfordIHnghnSchool.. Thisskit Auxiliary member to bring one non-
will be presented during "Just ,returnable dish towel to the
Say No Week" to all elementary and fairgrounds when reporting for duty. X -
middle schools either live or on The Fair Committee Is composed of
Bobbie Moore, Lillian Stump, Ruth
tape.Mrs.. Mitchell described bow the Meng, Betty Castel!. and Cern
ii< "Just Say No" program was startedin Green.
1986 with Bradford County joining Mrs. Kate Chism, chairman of Patient -
the ranks last year A recently Care, thanked her volunteers
Mr and Mrs.Christopher Olive retired teacher she has headed the noting that they had been receiving
program through organizing an ad- compliments from patients for their
visory council conducting com services.
munity awareness programs, Mrs. Ada Reddish announced that
Andrea Williams, Christopher 'Olive reviewing the school board policy on Tel-Med brochures will be placed in

drugs and compiling a public rela- each upcoming copy of the 9fZ
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Married In Feb., 20 Ceremony at tions brochure for the community Telegraph.
This brochure -ts sponsored by Proposed changes In the Standing
Hellbron/ SpringsAndrea "Families Against Drugs" and will Rules and By-Laws were approvedand ,W
be distributed during Bradford Fair the Nominating Committee.Mrs. t 111
Week highlighting, the dangers of Terry presented the following 1
and David Olive of
Denise Williams of
Lawtey Christopher
'alcohol, pot and crack as the most slate of officers for 1988-89:
Raiford were united im marriage Saturday, Feb. 20 at 3 p.m. in Heilbron prevalent drugs among our youth. President, Linda Johns 1st Vice

Springs Baptist Church. Mr Dean Cassels performed the ceremony. Commenting that January and President, Wilma Jean Terry; 2nd, -..---
Andrea is the daughter of Mrs. Annette Williams and Raymond February had been busy monthS Vice President Roxanne
'Williams and of Mr.and Mrs. G. Wiliams all of
the; granddaughter Henry Hospital Administrator Rearick Ruckdeschel Recording Secretary.
Lawtey Chris is the son of Mrs. Irma O'Neal of Raiford and the late Lloyd had Frick
noted that the patient census Midge ; Corresponding
L. and Manillie and Watson Wolfe of Raiford. i '
the of
Olive grandson :
been "up" In January and the first Secretary Evelyn Griffin Mrs. Presley
The altar was accented with a is-candle arch candelabra decorated with two weeks of February. The staff Treasurer, Ada Reddish; Director Mark
white mums and gladiolas centered In a arrangement. Centrally K.athy'Kope/ousos/ Presley
greenery spent the last two weeks of February Bobbie Moore. The new officers will ,
located the candle brass candelabrum.
Many was floral arrangements unity added to the decor along with four ficus trees. preparing Commission.for inspection This by voluntary the Joint dinner be Installed meeting.at the June membership, Wed March 19 In Hibernia

The church windows were adorned with cut-glass candle dishes holding ,
invitation to Mrs. McConnell announced
pink and mauve candles and matching flowers. Pew markers were large organization comes by a : :' '. ,, :
mauve and blue bows of silk ribbon. examine the hospital's policies and recommendation'by the Executive' ,Miss Katherine Stella Kopelousos and Mark Allen Presley were married ., 'I"" ;:
Nuptial music was provided by Ray Norman. procedures, and to insure that Board that the', Auxiliary donate' In an intimate candlelight ceremony Saturday, Mar. 19 at historic/ St.' : ,', 'rri'L.v/Ii'/' ;. (/
The bnde was escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage minimum standards are being met. $8,000 to Bradford Hospital at the Margaret's Episcopal Church in Hibernia, Florida. /'. ""Nti',1JKathy :', !\
by her parents. She wore a white satin gown with a fitted bodice which was A physician, a nurse and an administrator end of the year meeting. is the daughter of Mary Katherine Wamwnght of Bradenson and ":"" : : :((, :) ,;,
heavily apliqued with lace and sprinkled with tiny pearls and sequins. The were at Bradford Members were told that a garage John Kopelousos of Green Cove Springs. Mark is the son of Mrs. Robert ',, ,::J"";{i( t\g\W'
pouf sleeves were adorned with lace around the edges. The full satin skirt Hospital for two full days,reviewing sale will be held this spring. Donated Garin of Granite City, 111. "" )li4t\\\1...) :
aU clinical departments. Althoughtheir items may be brought to the Auxiliary Robert and
Rev. Libby
met with lace ruffles which/ flowed into a serai-cathedral tram. Her fingertip The double nng ceremony was performed by
sheer veil was scalloped and outlined with lace which matched the, findings are sent to Chicago; storage room. Rev. Marshall Lowell, before an altar enhanced with white tapers and
dress. The headpiece was a lace tiara with tiny pearls and sequins. Pearl draping greenery of stephanotis and ivy.The family pews were marked by ,
of secured with white satin bows. Organ music was pro-. ,
,teardrop earrings were her only adornment. Parties boughs greenery ,
The bride's bouquet was a blend of mauve and blue flowers, babys vided by Mrs. Owene Webber. '"
breath The bride, given in marriage by her father chose the soft glow of white'' '
sprays, lace satm streamers.' Given7 was covered with an army-navy
Bridal Luncheon cloth centered with a pink silk china silk for her bridal gown which featured a sweetheart neckline accented ,
in hand pearled and sequined Alencon lace. The bodice was tightly
Miss Jennifer Williams,sister of the bride:was maid of honor.Bridal at- For Beth FrancisMiss epernette arrangement votive' fitted and studded with pearl clusters, with a slightly dropped waistline
tendants were Miss Michele Crawford of Lawtey,Miss Jill Olive (sister of Beth Francis, May, bride- cups and pink burning candles,graced embellished with pearled Alencon lace.The full skirt of pure china silk fell
the ) of Raiford and Miss Shana of Starke., The attendants by silver and crystal trays of par.'ty
Bellamy .
groom elect of Scott Isabel, was honored to the floor In uncluttered elegance, featuring a large butterfly bow in the
wore long matching gowns of pink taffeta featunng a fitted bodice with a with a luncheon Saturday, Mar. 19 at foods. back, accented with silk flowers. The cathedral length train of silk was
sweetheart neckline and pouf sleeves.,They all wore matching pink pearl The bar held a cut-glass punchbowl '
the Kingsley Lake home of Mrs., capped with white silk roses. The bnde earned an heirloom handkerchief
earrings and earned large lace fans accented with pink and blue flowers George Canova. Hosting the occasion balanced decorated with party greenery belonging to her grandmother Mrs. Stella Kopelousos, and a bouquet of (:
and with a burning pink
and long streaming ribbons. along with Mrs. Canova were cascading white phalaenopsls! stephanotis, white and peach roses and, "
The flower girl was Miss Erin Williams (sister of the bride), weanng a Mrs. L.A. Canova Sr., Mrs. David taper circled by an arrangement of Ivy. i, ,

pink ruffled dress with a sash accented with pink and blue flowers and ribbons Canova and Mrs. R.A.) .Green, Jr. pink silk.Guests. invited Miss Angela Kopelousos of Orange Park served her sister as maid of ':'," ::, 1,'
in her hair. She earned a wicker basket filled with rose petals and Luncheon tables were centeredwith were then into the honor. The bridesmaids were the bride's sister, Georgia Kopelousos o( \ >' ,' ,;"
decorated with pink and blue flowers. milk glass'wedding bowls bedroom where ttle'gifts were Clemson, S.C., her step-sister, Mary Margaret Alderman of Green Cove,' ,' ,', I"
, Upon their arrival before the ,wedding ceremony, the mothers of the Miss graciously displayed for viewing. 'f' '
holding tea olive branches. and Vivian McCormick of Tampa.All the attendants wore long teal taffeta ,; < I
bride and were presented a long-stemmed red rose with a silk bow, The bride-elect was presented with a "
groom Francis was presented with a with shoulder pouf sleeves., The fitted bodices featured a swseetheart : '
tied with
and were escorted to the unity candle,where each mother lit the respective crystal basket as a remembrance of white white ribbons.carnation White corsage pink rosebud neckline, front shirring,and low Basque waists Their gowns, shirred to a ,
candle for her son/daughter, for Joining later. this delightful occasion and deep vee in the back, dropped from the hip with circular skirts over
, Greeting the guests at the door and attending the bride's book was Miss of tea ,olive corsages were presented to Mrs. ,
nosegay crinolines. of adorned
silk teal the "
{presented* < Sprays stephanotis in matching attent
Norman' (the ,
Heather bride's Barbara groom'smother ,'
Williams, the sister interspersed with miniature '1 ,
sprigs ), Mrs. Louise Jackson (thegroom's dants' hair. Each earned a bouquet of fresh spring yellow klliea S J'
pink silk posies. grandmother) and Mrs. .Stephanotis and peach gerbera daisies and roses.
The best man was Todck Smith of Lake Butler. Groomsmen and ushers The twelve guests included family' Smith (the bnde's,aunt). Greg Landys of Granite City, 111, served as best man. The ushers were'' ,
were John Jones and Rex Baffles both of Raiford and Shane Bellamy of members of the bride-elect and Mary Mrs.Thornton was joined by Mrs. Robert Meyer and Fred Clay of Granite City. Patrick Spies of Baton ': ," l
Starke. Timmy Olive (the groom's brother) was the ring-bearer and carried family members of the hostesses. Julie Alvarez.Mrs.Phoebe Bakken Rouge, and John Kopelousos and Leslie Alderman of Green Cove Spnngs. : "
, a white satin and lace pillow with simulated rings held on by mauve Mrs., Helen Crosby, Mrs.''Betty Nettles Immediately following the ceremony,a reception was held at the home '; ; ,' '
and blue ribbons. Rehearsal l Dinner For and Mrs. Barbara Mosiey as of the bnde father on River! Road in Green Cove. Guests were greeted at ::'", ,/ r ,
Following the wedding a reception was held in the fellowship hall of the Williams-Olive WeddingA hostesses. They presented the bride- the door by the bride's cousin, Mrs. Anna Felos, and the bride's great aunt, /, ,
church. Several floral arrangements featuring mauve and blue flowers to-be with a and saucer of her Mrs. Virginia Darby, both of Starke. In the receiving line were Ms. Wainwright ," !
and spiral globed candles accented the reception area. dinner was held Feb. 19 follow- china as a momento cup of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Gann, Mr and Mrs. Kopelousos, the bride and ,
ing the rehearsal for the membersof ladies called groom, and the bndal attendants.
'the bnde's table held a magnificent three layer cake with four columns the wedding party of Miss Andrea during Approximately the appointed fifty hours. White tented canopies landscaped the St. Johns riverfront lawn, where i '
supporting the top layer which featured a porcelain bride and groom. Tiny Williams and Chris Olive, in the guests assembled to enjoy live entertainment by The Wings. Peach moire I
mauve flowers on vines cascaded down the columns and met with dozensof Heilbron Springs Baptist Church' Gloria Strickland and white illusion bows ecru baskets, peach and white linens,mixed peach :' ,, :'"j
mauve roses. The cake was made by the groom's aunt, Mrs. Carol fellowship hall. and white spnng flowers, and white starlights provided the backdrop for ',,,?: ". i:," ,)
Thornton. Mauve and blue engraved napkins and candles surrounded the 'Also attending were family Shower Honoree the night festivities. Those attending enjoyed a hot buffet accompanied '"'' ';" 4, ,'
cake, which was cut and served by Mrs. Bonnie Smith. Becky Durrand members and out-of-town guests. by grapevined baskets of fruit, cheese and vegetables. (I::1',",, : j,:>
Methodist Women '
presided over the punch table. : The dining tables were covered Members of the The bnde's table was covered with a white organza cloth draped with '"
The food table was accented by a floral arrangement and held two with white cloths, decorated with Sunday School Class entertained garlands of smilax. mixed loose flowers, and greenery. The strawberry ., ,
'vegetable trays with dip, nuts mints and special wedding candies made silver wedding bells and accented bride-elect Glona Strickland with a whipped cream cake was topped with an arrangement of fresh roses and
, by Mrs. Barbara Reddish. Assisting in serving and attending guests were with mauve candles and pink and dinner-gadget shower Thursday greenery. Cutting the bnde's cake was Deborah Presley of St. Louis, ,Mo.,,
,Mrs. Pete Luke, Mrs. Linda Norman and Mrs. Carol Thornton. blue flowers. The complete turkey March 10 at the Western Steer Steak ,sister of the groom. '
'Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thornton of Virginiaand dinner and homemade desserts were .House. Assisting in canng for guests were the bnde's COUSInS/Gina, Came and '
,; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Family of Jacksonville. prepared by the groom's grand- Following fellowship time and Robin ,Shaw of Orange Park Elizabeth Kopelousos of Tuscaloosa, .' :-
The bnde is a BHS graduate and attended Santa Fe Community College mother, Marzillie Wolfe, and served'' the meal Glona opened her gifts, In- Stephanie Kopelousos of Starke and Angela Panos of Fernaiidina Beach. ,.' ,
She is presently employed by Wendy's of Starke. buffet style cluding a set of "Methodist Knives"and After spendmg some time with their guests the wedding couple left on
The groom is a graduate of Denbigh High.School Virginia,'and is Smith HonoredWith a wooden decorated heart can- their wedding trip to Anna Mana Island Florida, after which they will be
presently employed by Wmn Dixie of Starke. Merl dle Holder which'was used as a ,at home at 3311 Country Place Lane, Granite City U.
Following a wedding trip to Daytona Beach,I the newlyweds are now' BridalShower centerpiece, both from the class. The bride Is a 1980 graduate of Clay County High School, attended the
,residing in Starke. Men bride-elect of William Special guests for .the occasion' University of Florida and is currently attending Southern Illinois University ,
Smith Mrs.
Glona's grandmother
,were at Edwardsviile. The groom: is a 1977 graduate of Granite City North
Timmy Norman,' was Marlon Moyer of Jacksonville; School attended SlU and
honor High ; is currently employed at" Clark Oil ,
TAmctf AIHtSVII.llW.Miwl with a calling shower on sisters Mrs. D.L.'thorn ton and Mrs. Refinery. '

TAMI W. MA M.AZA4SZ I N IT nit NW Hum it Thursday, 7-9 p.m., at the home of Steve Futch; nieces Donna Thorn" The bride is the granddaughter of J.R.Wainwright of Starke and the late ': '
PAIATKAP.I.U Mrs. Jimmy 'Thornton.: ton, Janna Thornton and Elizabeth Katie Wamwnght and the late Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelousos. The i' ,< ..
Malfut JACMtNVILlfSTARTS Mrs. Thornton invited the guests Futch and mother of the groom to be groom is the grandson of Mrs, Gladys Spies of Granite City, 111. ':', ;' '" +i
m into the living room, which was accented Mrs. J. H. Valenskl. .... ,
by pink silk arrangements Gloria's mother, the late "
where' Men opened the gifts andthanked Elizabeth Strickland, was the Announcing'. Cooper-Knight ,

..-... guests personally. They teacher of Methodist Women's Sun- To Wed
were, then, invited into the dining day School Class until the time of her Michael I ,; April,2
..... Ryan McRay '
a. room where the round dining table death. 'Dana .c' '
S1f.\\.1 Lynn daughter of ,
'Ep NilEA: ;; Tony and Pam McRay of Starke ,Mr. and Mrs. A:T. Cooper of Sampson
,announce the birth of a son, Michael Lake, and Joseph F. Knight son
are blooming 4S'MU LN'R Ryan, born March 10 in JacksOnof Mr and Mrs. Frederick A. Knight
ville. He joins one sister Cristen. of Lansing, N.Y., will be married
TODAY' w14. Put all your'Easter wishes Maternal grandparents are Joe Apnl 2 at 4 p,m. '

PIKES COOD THRU SATURDAY #IJ 59 and Winona Joseph of Keystone The garden ceremony will be held
P Heights. Paternal grandparents are at the home of the bnde parents at
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,happy to serve you again., you want to give unforgettable custom gift baskets filled Spring Is almost here and it won't be long until summer When
If you want your'van customized, they can do the work for with unique wines,. gourmet foods European delicacies English you wont to get away,from It all and go fishing you will find Twin
make you.Th.y toll.trl.and,,, bathtime delights books, linens, pewter crystal, Lakes Fish Camp is a good place to go.
can It .
something peclalcut torn-mad for All
takes I I. to their you. It baby and wedding gifts, just go'to Gift Baskets Galore; located at Located on SR 3251 one mile North of Cross Creek, they have a
a trip chop and let them know what want and
n.ed for you 4401 N.W. 25th Place behind Milhopper Hardees in LePavlllon Shop nice camp ground with showers and hookups. They also have nice,
your van. Th.y will then, to work and before knowIt
you- ping Center In Gainesville. 'clean, comfortable cottages, boats, motors, bait and tackle and
will have ;
they do your van ready and waiting for you. Owners Glnna Griffith and Lynda Lucas Invite you to call them at guide services, if desired' so you will be comfortable and free to
They total van customizing or just a part of It. It's jut what you 375-6881 for more information on' their unique products.Gift just fish or go boating In a spot where Mother Nature has lavishedher
want and ,their price are affordabl. Their work I I. first class
them shopping Is not difficult if you go to the right place Gift beauty and peace and quiet abound.
a You'll b. glad did "
you I IANDY'S Baskets Galore is the ideal place,to shop They carry something Located In Micanopy there Is no fish camp that offers a better
,'J"", suitable for just about everyone on your list. You will revel at .their spot, a better cottage or better price thai Twin Lakes. Their phone
selections of, wedding, birthday and baby gifts, because here you number Is 466-3194, so call,them today.TINA'S .
i'' ,will find some really lovely gifts for Aunt Kate's birthday! little Baby
AUTO DETAILING Ann or Mary the Bride-to-be. Their baskets are reasonably pricedIn FINE
: : :: addition to being so versatile and unusual, FASHIONSTina's
: ; &
WINDOW TINTING Yes, almost anything anyone could want In the way,of lovely gifts
,",',,'t! I can be found here, even for the person who has everything! Fine Fashions is a Gainesville fashion store for the,style-
:-, ;; Andy' Auto Detailing & Window Tinting I Is located at CR 235 and conscious woman. Located inThornebrookVillage, ,Tina's featuresthe
,SR 26 In N.wb.rry'phone' 472-2404. finest In ladies"wearing apparel. ,
Perfection In auto detailing I I. what you get In, work by Andy'*, BRASINGTON'S TRAIL SHOP INC. Here are distinctive clothes by top designers in all the new colors
Owner Andrew Karelas offer complete exterior and Interior clean- and styledresses from, morning through dinner.
- Ing of your:, car., They do pinstrlping and window tinting. They can Located In Gainesville at '2331 N.W.. 13th St (Hwy, 441 NI) in You wit find the newest suits that seem to be made just for you--
tint your windows to help keep out the hot summer sun during the Albertson' Plaza Brasington's Troll Shop offers equipment for just for your trip, business or school. You choose from this area's
long, hot summer month ahead. travel camping, canoeing, backpacking, kayaking family campingand ,best selection of fine fashions when shopping herein all the newest,
They also repair glas, If you have had a pebble fly up and hit climbing. Brasington's Trail Shop Is the right place to see or call, fabrics and styles.A .
your car while driving Andy can save you money here. He can expertly 372-0521 or toll free,1-800-251-4073. complete and Interesting collection of skirts, blouses
repair the nick in your windshield for half the cost'of a ,new Brasington's. carries a complete line for all your needs butdoor sweaters,' pants, tops, shorts, belts, bags+ swimsuits,, and much,
'windshield, needs and in all price brackets, too. )Hero you'will find just what you much more await your review."
Their work is I guaranteed. They have many happy and satisfied want at affordable prices and you will discover why 'most people This, spring and every 'spring, fashion-wise, price-wise 'ladies
cu.tom..ln the surrounding area who are not only happy with the this area make this their main shopping spot for this type recreationequipment. 'come to Tina Fine Fashions for chic clothing unsurpassed in quali
pebble repair, they are alto glad they'did NOT have to have the ty, Come in and select your "special occasion" wardrobe now while
windshield removed and cause a probable leak while saving a bundle Brasington's Trail Shop Inc., has planned well for, you now and all selections are most complete,,Feel, snug and look sharp' in clothes
of money, too. year. It Is a well-known fact there Is no firm In Florida that has met from Tina's Fine Fashions
So, why not drive by Andy' Auto'Detailing & Window Tinting and with greater favor with the public than,this well-known firm. The
""I.t them clean up your vehicle and tint your windshield, too. You'll management has had vast experience, in every feature of the trail
be, glad you did.. shop business.'and because of their knowledge ,in,this,area they
.have continued to witness the increase in their number of patrons. HARALSON ARTS & CRAFTS
So, if you are In the market for travel camping climbing and
CIRCLE, R AUTO ELECTRONICS, INC., canoeing equipment, go by and shop or browse, Brasington's also ''Shopping for arts and crafts"'is not difficult if you go to the right
carries Boy Scout and Girl Scout clothes, books and equipment and, place. Haralson Arts and Crafts in the Oaks Mall (near Burdme) is
Circle R Auto Electronics, Inc., Is located of 2848 N.E, 20th Way' In' they ,ore ,distributors, for' everything for,the ,Girl Scouts, and Boy the right place to go. ,They specialize in arts and crofts; and have
Gainesville, phone 3776410. Roy Gibbs. certified technician and ,Scouts been"helping creative ideas" take shape for over 45 years. Join the'' ,
'owner, render unexcelled service in repairing lights, wiring, alternators : '
crowds. visit Haralson Arts and Crafts where find materials '
batteries shorts and for,their friends 'and ,you ,
starters, many
and the of '
customers.No SHEILA' WILSON'S'WALLPAPERShopping : art, leading crafts the day. '
In the art department, Haralson carries a complete line of art supplies -
adjusting or repair on an automobile Is more delicate. or re', *,
such ,
as Llquitex, Grumbacher. ,Winsor Newton Tara
careful technical skill for for commercial and residential is not
quires more than adjustment to the electrical wallpaper use
Strathmore, Hunt/Blentong Robert Simmons, canvas stretchers,
system starting lighting, etc. Roy Gibbs Is organized to handle In an ,difficult if you shop the right place Sheila Wilson's Wallpaper,, drawing tables easels and much more.
expert manner just such delicate work, located at 2120 N.E., 2nd Street in Gainesville Is the Ideal place to In the croft department, you will find basketry, decoupage stenciling
If you feel that your vehicle Is not exactly' In adjustment, perhapsthe shop because wallpaper Is their business and is locally owned. glass stain, personalizing. 'macrame, wood carving, '
fault I I. with) the. electrical system or the battery To find out They have over, 125 patterns in stock and 350 special order books. candlemaking. etc. _
whether it Is or not, they Invite you to bring your car around. Roy 'Give them a call at 3757951. You will revel at what you will find in their needlecraft sectionDMC -.
Gibbs will look it over and tell you whether any part of the electrical Now that the summer season Is here, why not brighten' your Patternayan Susan Bates Cross Stitch crewel needlepoint.
system need adjustment/This certified technician know every ,little home,or business With beautiful wallpaper. yarn, canvas, floss, fabrics, rugs books, accessories.
J JPWcocyPf.tn, >f .electrc..1' business and has had vast. experience Here you'will find the finest and largest selection of wall coverings Haralson Arts and Crafts has planned well for and.oll.
.d.:jTS'"j-5" Ma JuaMU4i.j.. *i... W.. .>.,'",,, '"IU'? '"> you now
,1'1 I ros!\work flL'J,' ,. ',_ ,I ., 'you would find anywhere to suit your decor. Expert installationis year and you can rest assured you will always find lust:what you,
The many'excellent jobs they have done for vehicle owners in this.part also available. ,They carry the best in wall coverings completeline need in arts and crafts. Their phone number is 371-3232
of the state, the reasonable prices,. and the best of service' of accessories for the do-it-yourself;, wall coverings for the kit
have brought Circle R Auto Electronics, Inc., Into the well deserved chen, bathroom, bedroom living room, dining room:' etc. Even ,the
prominence that It now enjoys most modern furniture'and simplest room can turn cozy if you use

the right paint and wall,covering. TUTEN'S ,AUTOMOTIVE INC.,
Sheila Wilson can help you choose the right colors and patterns.
CUSTOM DRAPES By Sue SullivanCustom ,They can take 'a drab room' and make it sparkle.' They have Tuten's Automotive, ,Inca on 1214 S. Main Stre.t'l in! Gainesville,
patterns-a-plenty In fact, there is no one who offers a better selec (phone 377-8100)) offers you the very best of service body repairs
Drapes by Sue Sullivan Is the place to shop for your tion. So, if you want the finest quality the best selection. and the and painting, frame pulling and straightening, expert on uni-body
custom draperies, clip cover and upholstery, bedspreads, swags, best price..this Is the place to shoplQUALITY (foreign and domestic repairs), fiberglass repair and customizing.
cornices, verrtlcals and mini-blinds, carpets, and more, They; have Jim Tuten, owner, gives, free estimates. ,
served Alachua County since 1963 with the best. Sue Sullivan is Body repair specialists at Tuten's will turn, your total wreck into a'
located at 2322 N.E. Waldo Road In Gainesville, phone 376-8895., GLASS & MIRRORLocated ,model automobile., Specialists have the expertise to rebuild nearly "
If you don't want your window, furniture, etc., to look like your any auto, making it good as new and. sometimes better. Old or
friends and relatives, tee or call Sue Sullivan and she wilt help you in Gainesville at 3035 N.E. 19th Drive ((phone 378-7946 or new, foreign or domestic,your car's body 'Is repaired quickly and efficiently
give your rooms'that unique personal ,look. She can.update your 378-6396)) this reliable firm has become a center in the glass trade., here. ..
window with custom draperies and window treatments, and., It This is evident in the truly large trade they are receiving and the This shop has gained the respect of thousands of motorists' by
takes so little of your,tlm. All if takes Is a visit to her shop and let way their reputation. is spreading far and wide In this part of. the providing quality work at a fair price.Only the finest mechanics are ,
her know the look you want your roOm or windows to have state employed here, assuring Customers: the highest quality work In this:
Sue will help you choose from, hundreds of designer,fabric and ,Quality Glass & Mirror is' a large place offering a complete service area' They also match' paint tones to perfection., The, paint
styles.. They will puttheir professional seamstresses to work producing in store fronts, tub and shower enclosures. sliding glass doors, specialists at this shop have an eye for matching colors, and,,can
flawless draperies, and window ,treatments that are 'yours. windows, mirrors, mirrored walls,' p'exlglass' ; insulated" doors,,' restore the brutal effect of time and elements.If .
alone to enjoy for year and year to come..; wood windows"'and much more, you have been smashed lately, need a new paint job,come by
She will also make custom slip covers or upholster your favorite They have radio dispatched trucks and ,24-hour"emergency ,ser: give, them a coll.",You will be glad you did I "
sofa and chairs. Call Sue today) vlce. ,
". i When we see a large plate glass window'In a large downtown:
store, little do we realize that such, glass cost quite a bit of money
LIGHTING DESIGN CENTER but f.w'of know why., The people from this, firm know the glass ,ELLA'S' CERAMICSElla's
business.. from A to Z and they are thoroughly experienced. in howglas
Lighting Design Center 'is located at 2352 N.E. 18th 'Terrace 'In Is made and how to handle Itv Ceramics Is located at 2321 N.W 66th Court ''In Gainesville
Gainesville,. phone 372-6357. This Is the place to ,see or call for President Richard Yaxley invites,you to give Quality.Glass & Mir (phone 377-8781));which Is across from the Highway Patrol on Hwy.\
quality lighting that I I. competitively priced. They also repair lamps ror a,call for all your glass'needslarge or ..mall.POWELL'S 12. '
and offer home wiring service. You won't 'find a better selection, or better price than'I Ello'f
They carry beautiful lighting fixtures for those who demand the ACADEMYIf Ceramic The, ,management has had vast experience in every
finest at affordable prices:They have a complete line of lighting for BEAUTY feature of the ceramic business, and because of her comprehensive
'., new home and remodeling. They are specialists and can help you knowledge every, branch of the trade, she has continued, to
with chandeliers and decorative lighting for every room In every are Interested'In, a career cosmetology, President witness the Increase In her number of patrons.
home and business. Catherine Powell Invites you to come to Powell's Beauty Academy Ella's Ceramic deal on a large scale and they have made many
See'Lighting Design Center for, track' lighting, outdoor lights, located at 219 N.W 10th Avenue in Gainesville,,They offer a complete friends and customers in this area. They not only have the best instructors ,
fluorescent lighting, door chimes and buttons,:replacement glass; training course In beauty culture. in the area, but they can always find just what,they want
ceiling fans, bulbs, lamp wire, etc. Cosmetology ,Is a highly ,profitable career as witnessed by: and need at affordable prices. For the best s.rvicef, best quality and
In'addition to' their expert wiring service, they' also repair thousands of women who daily visit beauty salons. When attendingthe best price,'go by soon. You will be glad you didl I "
chandeliers, table lamp, floor lamps, lampshades and lamp repair, beauty academy; you work under, the direct supervision of exports ,Ella gives a 30% discount to other ceramic shops ,
':custom lamp mounting etc,,They also make custom-order, lamp with many years of experience. After a short p.rlodof time;
from cut gloi".' pitcher, vases, and most cherished possessions. under actual working conditions, yoU begin'working on regular
Th.y'are' expert In this line. Their lamps are beautiful and customer To your amazement you feel you hae-flnally! attained ,A. BARTLETT ROOFING

affordable-- lamp grandchildren will enjoy. your life' work. -
your Many former'students of this reputable, ,highly credited beauty ,A., Bartlett Roofing Company has .served North Central Florida
academy now own their own salons and are enjoying a successful since 1972. Located at 4923 N.W. 6th St. in Galn..vlll."th.y'do
THE WESTERN TEPEEThe business. Billions of dollars are spent annually In this line of work, residential?: commercial and Industrial work featuring shingle
so call or write today for free, courteous Information. This is indeed, build-up asbestos, slate, tile and wood shakes roofing'Their phone
Western Tepee I I. located at 1-75 and Hwy. 441 .In Alachua. an opportunity for nearly all who desire to learn and make above- number I I' 372-7216 and they are certified roofing contractor (CCC

phone 462..4626.'Thll.I the; Ideal place to shop for a complete I line of average earnings.. '" 041347))., '
western wear-' boots Levis! moccasins, [jeans by'Lee Wrangler ,4CHAMBLEE'S When you need a roof and want the best, remember to call only a
Sunset Blue by Chic.. along with a nice line of gift Items. reputable, qualified expert. Call A. Bartlett Roofing. These skilled
The Western Tepee I I. open Monday through Saturday 8:30: a.m. to MOBILE experts use only quality roofing and each job Is handled by an expert .

6 p.m."and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Use their convenient layaway roofer. '
plan. HOME TRANSPORT The folks at A. Bartlett Roofing are'inde.d expert roofers with

Kathy Jarvis Is the owner of this popular western apparel store Chamblee' Mobile Home Transport'I Is very popular with peopleIn year of experience In the roofing business. They are licensed and
from this shopping, because they Insured, and their business was founded on honesty and Integrity
where many people area enjoy this section of the state since they offer the most modern motor:
know'they are buying quality clothing at affordable prices. home (and small building) moving throughout the southeast.,They using only quality material and workmanship. _..__
They carry a complete line of men', ladies, and children's jeans, offer complete tear down and set-up service. Their charges are very Reader, do not trust your roofing need to Inferior workmen. A
hat, shirts jacket.western wear and more The reputation aod 1 reasonable and It has been conservatively estimated that they have friendly representative will assist you In every way, offering quality
large business.of this store wa built upon the solid foundation of saved the people of this section of the state many dollars in moving material,workmanship and know-how. These are the services you
furnishing the highest quality at the lowest price and they have mobile) homes because their price are so affordable., are assured,of when you call A. Bartlett Roofing In Gainesville, for
always treated, their customers fairly. Their Gainesville phone number I Is 371.1212 or you can call themIn residential commercial and Industrial work.March" .
In western wear for the whole family, they carry a complete and Melrose at 479-2909. Chombl_'. Mobile Home Transport I I. successful
attractive stock which I I. selected from the leading manufacturer of at solving the mobile home moving problem with no worry .
western wear, and offered to the public at price,that,denote. real -

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Ito Legal ,

venue, or jurisdiction ol
f (It.nnt Resurfacing end Paving of approximately representative ,

INVITATION TO lID Sealed Bids : 1580 foal of public street, beingDlvilian the AU court"CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
f Deadline: Apr"cpt !F, 988 of
.The of Florida will ." I. Street In City Hampton FOREVER BARRED
City Hompton ac 3:00: p.m than so FILED WILL Bf
bid for the resurfacing and paving floe of Bid Opening: City Hall,:Horn from Highway IB to Flna Street Publication of this Notice has begun
CM 323.
Quotes p. from Pine Street to
of c.rtoln city.Irta...specified below.. too, Fl, < be obtained from on March. 24..19M..
Data of Bid Opening: April 1 2, 1 98$,7:00, location of Unit City Hall i Hampton, Fl Specification may Personal Representative:
tho Clark of the City of Hampton City.
p.m. Owner of Unit City of Hampton THE FIRST NEW HAVEN NATIONAL BANK
; Hall, upon request- n/k/a CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANK
The City of Hampton reserve the rightto P.O.Box 1909,MSN 651
reject any and all bid. New Haven.Ct 06509
'' For further Information, contact Gordan for Personal 1 Representative:
from ;} Wod.worth, Clerk of the City of Attorney BENJAMIN Y. SAXON ESQ.
GainesvilleBusiness" Florida. Post Office Box 290
.. Hampton
.. ;" Ii : ::: SAXON RICHARDSON P.A.
Florida, 33044 telephone
., ". W', '/ :. Hampton, Ill South Scott Street
I, ;:,. '," 904-468-1201. Melbourne, Florida 33901
JAMES R. FLYNN ESQ. 305.771.7515377tchg
405 W..t Georgia Street 3/31
Review Stark.,Florida 3201 ,Control 0631
Attorney for me
City of Hampton .- ---
leading 3/24 2tchg 3/31 REQUEST FOR BIDS
"" Control 0641 The City of Lawtey will be faking bid

GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK to redo their aeptlc'tonk system and to
connect the overflow pipe from existing
MARKET INC. NOTICE OF INTENTTO septic took (behind City Hall) to existing
SWAP OR EXCHANGE pump station.
financial COUNTY LAND Bid' must be In by March 25. 1988, at
Galnsvill Llv.stock'Mark.t, Inc., I Is located on Hwy. 441 ,In TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 12,00 noon. Please put JeptteTonk Bid"

GalnetvilU, phone number 372.3<<2. Tommy Thompson i Is the Pursuant to F.S.12S.37: the Bradford *on envelope and mall to: City of Lawtey.

owner of this livestock market which l Is one of the best equipped County Commission owned advise Bradford* It propose P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey Fl. 32058.
to swap by CountyIn 3/I77tchg 3/24
firms In this section. Sections 5 and 6, Tp B S. R 22 E ((170 Control 0627
The cattl. auction is held every Monday from noon until ? The hog acres of land within the Santa F. ,

auction i I.the first and third Friday of each month, also beginning at Swamp) to the Svwannee River WaterManog..t
column. District, Liv.Oak, Florida
noon. They receive livestock from all surrounding areasand' rendera In return for lands owned by the Suwon CONSIDER ENACTMENTOF

service that Is essential.*, nee River Wot.r Management District PROPOSED ORDINANCESBY
The Gainesville Livestock Market Invites shippers to "compare"their located In Section It, Tp B S, R 22 I In THE CITY OF HAMPTON.

with markets. When this Is done will Bradford County. (Approximately 27 HAMPTON FLORIDA
prices competing ,
you The Interests
acres, non-swamp) swapped that on the 12th
Notice I.hereby given
find the reason why shippers from far and near prefer shipping will be fee simple absolute without day of April. 1988. at 7:00 P.M., the City
trucking and bringing their products here. reservation of mineral, etc., rights.The, Council of Hampton, Florida. In regular
Courtesy and accommodations are also features of the 'valued lands swapped represent the total consideration session to be held at the City Hall.
for the p. consider the
and essential service which they render the community and area for A resolution authorizing ,such ax- Hampton. Florida will and
following ordinances, the proposed
/ many miles around. chang. will be considered by the Board ,enactment thereof.

Formers and stock raisers should realize the value of this Institu, at Ms meeting at 1:30: p.m.,April 4, 1981 PROPOSED ORDINANCE No. 88-1,

6" lion It not only furnishes the farmers and stock raisers a valuable ,at the Bradford County Courthouse.Gilbert S.Brown. Florida AN ORDINANCE, entitled FAIR of City HOUSING of Hampton ORDINANCE .

market for their livestock but has also been instrumental helpingto Clerk to the BoardBy to prohibit discrimination on

I Increase the value of farm land In this section by having this excellent R.A.Green the basis of race, color, ancestry, notional

market right at our door County Itchg Attorney 3/1* origin religion sex, marital
status, or age In housing; providing a
Control 0635
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common title; enunciating

6-month CD ', '"" FLORIDA AWARDS & TROPHY CO. discrimination CITY POLICY; defining relating the to terms this type used of;

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR prescribing unlawful' discriminatory
<" BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA practice In connection with the sole,
: ':' leasing financing and provision of
Florida Awards & Trophy Company Is located at 1309 N.W, 5th File No. 88-16-CP ((1.3897)PROBATE) DIVISION brokerage services relating. housing:

Avenue In Gainesville,' phone 18003308111. Owner R9bbleRobertson IN RE: ESTATE OF providing certain exception", : providing

appreciates your, business and wishes to thank you for PETER N. LAN DINE.. for the, designation of administrator
the administrator's.
l your past patronage,'and asks you to tee him for your needs In plaques Deceased.NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe prescribing duties; providing far concilloti pawnand hearIngs -.

ribbons crowns:paddles, bronze costing, engraving services., administration of the estate of and agreement; prescribing
clocks mugs, pen sets, bowling shirts'.tcj PETER N. LANDINE Deceased File penalties for violations; providing for,
Ills a well-known fact there Is no institution in the community ''Number 88-16-CP ((1-3877)), I I. pending In duties of administrator when probablecause
the Circuit Court for Bradford County of violation exists, providing action
700 that has met with' greater favor with the public: than this well-known ''Florida Probate Division the address of to be token by Administrator when

establishment.The which Is P.O. Drawer B. Starke, Florida conciliation of a violation fall.or cannotbe
management has' had vast experience in every facet of this 32O91. The name and addr..... of the resolved, providing an Invalidity or
and the unconstitutionality clause; and providingon
personal representative personal -
business and their comprehensive knowledge has enabled them to representative attorney are set. effective date: ,
witness the Increase ,In the number of patrons coming to, their forth below. The substance of the contemplated or.
establishment.. Interested persons are required to dinance I I. the proposed regulation as

This Is the day and when the public demands the best qualityand file with this court WITHIN THREE MON, stated above.
CD age ordinance be
1-year THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Said contemplated may
,' the best price. Thoroughly conversant with the conditions and a NOTICE: (I) all claims against the estate Inspected by the public at City Hall..
.' 'I" < wide experience in their'particular field of endeavor the management and ((2)) any oblectlon by en Interested Hampton? Florida during the regular.
person on whom this notice was served business hours of said office.
of this enterprising concern has been able to render a serviceto
that challenges the validity of the will, All Interested parties may appear at
the people in their line that is distinctly satisfactory the qualifications of. the personal said meeting and be heard with respect

thereto. .
Dated this 22nd day of March. 1988.
+ .. .. -"_- Wodsworrh.Clerk'

/ Phone rental service ._'___-Cordon e. : D619:
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You are hereby notified that the City
of Stork. Is considering passage of the (.
following ordinance.AN .

': ''I \ .,' AN EFFECTIVE DATE.' ,
\,';' B.itordained, by the City Commission '
.' ,1, of Starke, Florida, a* follow:
I Ordinance I I.adopted pursuant to
yF7Vf{ i7w } '; Fla.: Slot. 171.044.

following described real property
7.50 I I. hereby mode a port of the City of
Stark for all purpose under the law:'
A parcel of land lying portly 'In the SE I
1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 16, and partly '
'In the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section i5.
Township 6 South. Range 22 East Brad,
ford County, Florida: sold parcel' being
CD more particularly described a* follow:
3-year ''' Commence at the Southeast corner of

.. 'told SE 1/. of SE 1/4 and run Westerly, "
;:h'r'f' \'',r,'rij I t\\\:\\ \\yJ:
\"\" ),: along the Southerly boundary thereof,to
\\1 JY rmr W't'jI \.
:Our top rates'on'CDs are the,talk of the.town.. \ >! f. Hl\', II .qj, <:\, i( ', 'on Intersection: with the Westerly boundary '
Hh"11' i': ,
: m : of the right of of the CSX
And if'yo 're 55 or older the story gets even I;" 1; j ; ,.' Transportation Railroad for the Point of '
(, \ ;0 '
Beginning From Point of Beginning thus
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better. I 0 I'" ,described continue Westerly along said
,I l 1 l\\ i tR iIJ'; "", Southerly boundary, to the Easterly '
Here's a Golden Opportunity: to'save! ,.r, .!f:, 1 :"\. boundary of the right of way of State
.,,,. 'I' I ,}:\, ,I, Road 200(U.S.301)); thence Northeasternry ,.
Your CD 'deposit along with opening a free check-- "\!1. along. said Easterly boundary. to the
;);:;; Northerly boundary of sold SE 1/4 of SE

ing account also qualifies for'special banking ';', '] ,)' I ): ;.XRI'\W) \ !! 'i''<" '' 1/4:thence Easterly along said Norther i
you \ I, '\ \' \!.,,':(\7>'," : ,, ,(,'I.j:,,:" ; boundary and along the Northerly
and travelbenefits Golden .. ,1'f.:!; :'''''<''Jr,'';'(': ,, \I::: {, I'':, boundary of me SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section .
privileges our It I 'r,1 \ '"'-').1'N" ,
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c 1 S, to the Westerly boundary of the
Opportunities program for seniors. ., ''',lf'",f,,,111 I\\"H',,<"'!) ''{/)\} !fI.IijN(:i\:",,">tIII.1.jI'\{ )..(ti./' ,I'" right of way of sold CSX Transportation
( 'i"'Jt\I'"I, ''''''' \. I" Railroad; thence Southwesterly along
Call or stop by Florida National.today before v, 11I"W": ; ;: {,I\ ;; \'< :i i1fi 1 M; ( ;I' aid Westerly. 'boundary. to the Point of
,,::, I'';,,tij ;' H[' :'\\ '? \'') Beginning
these and Golden Opportunitiesoffer ::1:, ,\: : ::1 .ff.I'1 : ; '
> t ; '
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: : ,. ; The second reading of said Ordinance
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', care of parts and labor. : \ 1188,at the regularly scheduled meeting

:.' J You can bring the phone to us. and well fix it free,or well come,to.. ..' -' of the Stark City.Council. .. ,
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Member FDIC ," ",' You wont lose sleepChoverarge the cost because renting a phone costs, '

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2 convenient Locations in Bradford County. ,

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24,1J88 TELEGRAPH. PagetA


I Legal ,'Notices .

theasterly said curve having a central, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE
Sealed bids will be received the COUNTY,
MIDDLf DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDIrIAL: CIRCUITIN feet, an arc length of 221.20 and a chord Civil Division ,IN AND FOR
State of
Quartermaster, OF FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION AND FOR. BRADFORD COUNTY/, bearing and distance of N 44.51'38" W, Case 87-61 7-CA
Affair St. Fl until DIVISION
Military Augustine
Court No. 86-643-CIV-J-12 FLORIDA. 219.16 feel to a Point of Tangency;, JACK COURTNAY and
2:00: pm.,14 April 1988 and then publicly
Case No.88-88-CA thence run N 112740" W, along said MARILYN R. COURTNAY,' Case No. 87-158 .
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA opened at that, time to furnish'all CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS ......NIC.fka ,
f line 448.80 feet to Plaintiffs,
Plaintiff INSILCO CORPORATION a Easterly rlght' way ,
labor materials and to
equipment Connecticut Corporation and on Iron pipe; thence run S 983720", CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS
v.ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY, replace Notional three Guard((3)) overhead Stork.doors, Florida.at the MILES HOMES DIVISIONOF 60.00 feet to the Westerly right of way vsADDIS DAVIS and AND LOAN ASSOCIATION a corpora

N, al.,,DvfMidont Specifications Armory and bid blanks may be INSILCO CORPORATION r line of Breamwood Lane and the Point of MICHAEL ANTHONY DAVIS tion.
NOTICE Of SALE obtained from the Stale Quartermaster, a Connecticut corporation, Beginning; thence continue S 58*37'20" Defendants.NOTICE Plaintiff
Notice I. hrby given, that pursuant Department of Military Affair*, State Plaintiff W, 226.87 feet: thence run N 38"56'44" OF SALE vs
tqo Final Judgment entered on February Fl vt W. 109.92 feet thence run N 58"3T2E, NOTICE Is hereby given that pursuant TALMADGE L. PRESSU'AND
Arsenal P.O. lox 1008. St.Augustine
19, 19M by the above entitled Court In 32065-1006 or Mr. John Mersey,. NGA, DAVID ALAN MARTIN 240.82 feet to said Westerly right of way to the Final Judgment entered In Case LINDA M. PRESSLEY, his wife,
the above styled cause the undersigned 720 Edwards Road Slorke. Florida PATRICIA ANN MARTIN, line; thence run S 3122<0"E, along sold Number 17.617-CA. In the Circuit Courtof AND FLEET FINANCE, INC.

United Stole Marshal or any of his duly 32091 Right Is reserved as the Interestof and ED GAGNON right of way IIn.I05.oo feet to the Pointof Bradford County. Florida I will sell Defendant.
authorized deputies will tell the property the Slate requires for the Department Defendants. Beginning. Subject to a 100 feet Clay the property situated In Bradford County NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
situate In Bradford County Florida of Military Affairs ta reject( or all NOTICE OF ACTION Electric Cooperative right of way ease-i ', Florida, described as: NOTICE I I. hereby given pursuant to a
described as: any TO DAVID ALAN MARTIN Spent across the Southwesterly 100 feet Lot 1 B, being the Sly 2.63 acres'of s Final Judgment of foreclosure dated I
bids. :
Commence 22 ment being recorded In Misci Book 19. of Section 29 Township B South Range 87-198 of the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Township South, Rang.22 East,runEasterly LTC, FA FLARNG 'whose last known mailing address was:
39.45 feet more or lest to the State QuartermasterItchg 2S29 Centerwett Parkway I-H Augusta page 191 and Official' Records Book 46 22 East Bradford County, Florida' and Judicial Circuit In and far Bradford County
Easterly right of line, of the Oldlawtey 3/24 Georgia 30909. on page 604 of the public records 'of more particularly described on that cantaro Florida wherein CITY FEDERAL SAV-
Bradford Florida. TOGETHER prepared by Joseph G, KnoppRegl.t.red ', INGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Is the
Road: th.nc.run North 007 tail Control 0632 AND IF HE BE DEAD TO ANY AND All County map
WITH nonexclusive for ingress Land Surveyor doted Plaintiff and TALMADGE L, PRESSLEY
sold a easement
along line
Easterly right of way PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS,
September 1..., 1978 a of which Isl! AND LINDA M. PRESSLEY Is the Defendant
750.00 feet to the Northerly right of way DEVISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES egress and utilities between State copy
line of Donna Street thence run North CALL FOR BIO TRUSTEES OR Road 225 and the lands hereby describedIn recorded In Official' Records Book 244 at I will sell to the highest and best
SEALED BIDS will be received by the LIENORS CREDITORS Bradford bidder for cash at the front door of the
89.39' East along said Northerly right of OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFENDANT an Instrument recorded in the public page 462. public records of
way line 225.00 fee to the point of City Commission of the City of Storke; OR ANY OF THEM AND TO ANY records of Bradford County Florida (InOfficial County Florida. courthouse In Starke at 11:00 a.m. on
beginning; thence continue North 89*39' Florida at the City Hall In Stork., Florida AND ALL OTHER PERSONS' OR CORPORATIONS Records Book 212,,page 509 Subject to easements of record. the 28th day of April, 1988. the following
Lost along told Northerly right of way until 7:30 p.m.Tuesday, April 5. 1988 at HAVING OR CLAIMING AN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to Subject to a 100' building set bock line described property a* set forth In said
line 75.00 fe.t, thence run North 007'Eatt. which time and place all bids receivedwill INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING foreclose a mortgage on the foregoing 'from County Road S.E. 43rd Street Final' Judgment;
101.00 feet, thence run South 89*39' be publicly opened and read aloudon DESCRIBED LANDS IN BRADFORD COUNTY described property In Bradford County at public, sale to the highest bidder Lot 91 on Pine Avenue.;; Crystal Lake
West, 75.00 feet:'thence run South 007' the following; FLORIDA TO WIT: Florida has been filed against you and for cash,at the front door of the Bradford Homesltes, according to plat thereof as

West, 101.00 feet to the point of beginning One ((1)) 1986 LTD Crown Victoria Lot 9, BREAMWOOD on unrecorded you are required to serve a copy of your County Courthouse, 'In Starker recorded In Plat Book 3, page 6-jof the
Police Car; has been wrecked;, car con subdivision of Bradford County Florida, written defenses, If any, te It on TITO S. Florida at \U\:00 a.m. on the 7th day of ,current public records of Bradford County
At public to the and Yard. SMITH Plaintiff attorney, P. O. Drawer April! 1983. Florida.
outcry highest be seen at the Police Station said lot being more particularly describe '
,best bidder for coth at the hour of 12:00 The City of Starke reserves the right toaccept ed as follows: situated In Section 4, 1394 Polatka Florida 32078 on ors 1 GILBERT BROWN WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
before March 29, 1988 and file the AS CLERK OF SAID COURT Court on March 21, 1988.HONORABLE .
o noon on April 6, 1988 at the front or reject any or all bid.. Township South Range 21 East Bradford ,
Beulah .
original with the Clerk of this Court By
door entrance of, the Bradford
County CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA County. Florida. A parcel of landsltuot.d
Deputy Clerk Clerk of Circuit Court
before Plaintiff's
Courthouse either service on, attorney -
at Slorke Florida.
By Nell L, TuckerCity In Fractional Section 4 ofTownship .
Dated February 22, 1988 Clerk 7 South Range 21 Ea.t.lrod. or Immediately thereafter; otherwise 3l04tchg33lControl By Cathy Hlgglnbothom
Richard L. Cox. Jr. ford County Florida: said parcel being a default will be entered againstyou 0619 Deputy Clerk
United State. Marshal' 3172fchg324Control 0625 Let 13 of BREAMWOOD LAKEVIEW as for the relief demanded In the Complaint -' -,-,- I.-,-,-{ 3/24 4tchg 4/14

Middle District. of Florida. surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp, Petition. INVITATION TO BID Control!0633
Dorothea Beone Registered Land Surveyor and being WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of The City of Hampton Florida will accept .
Assistant U.S. Attorney CALL FOR BIDS more particularly described at follows:: this Court on the 26th day of February bids for the sale of a 1979 Chrysler, APPLICATIONOn
for Plaintiff SEALED BIDS will be by the 1988.
Commence ot o concrete monument 4 door. sedan. 3/14/88, J. R. WAINWRIGHT. P. O.
Bond Trustees of the City of Starke at GILBERT S. BROWN ,
3/3 4tchg 3/24 the l Intersection of the Northerly right of Date of Bid Opening! April 12, 1988,700Bid. mode
Box 176 Starke,Florida 32091, application
,the City Hall In Stark., Florida until 6:30 Clerk of Circuit Court
line of the Seaboard Coast line
way p.m. for water use permit 2.88.00030
p.m. Tuesday. April S, 1988 at which Railroad. right of way with the East line, ,Cathy Higginbotham Sealed .'Deadline: April 11', 1988. ,for'an dally ,withdrawal of
Clerk average
FREE'EXPLORING lime and place all bids received will be of told Section 4, and run N 00027'29"W, Deputy 3:00 p.m. 0.0337 million day from
publicly opened and read aloud on the along said East, line?281.57 feet to the 3/3 4tchg 3/24 Place of' Bid Opening,: City Hall Hampton ground waters located In Section 26,

ti following: northerly right of way tine of Edmonds Fl.Location, Township South Range 21 East, Bradford
GOD'S WORD One ((1J aerial bucket truck 65'. Drive: thence run N 71'18'56" W, along of Unit: City Hall.Hampton, Fl. County, Florida for agricultural
Specifications may be picked up at City the Northerly right of way line of said Owner of Unit City of Hampton

HOME BIBLE STUDYThe Hall 209 N. Thompson St., Storke, Edmonds Drive, 103320 feet to, the 'Item; 1979 Chrysler, 4 door, sedan. uses.Written objection or comment on

l la In Florida from a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondaythru Easterly right of way line of Breamwood The City of Hampton reserves the rightto this application may be filed with the
Bible Course taught your Friday lone; thence run N 22Tt4'" E, along STARKE reject any and all bids. For further Information Governing Board of the Suwannee River

home free of charge. Sealed bids should be marked In the sold Easterly right of way line, 156.62 contact Gordon Wadtworthi Water Management District Route 3.

This is a non-denomlnalfonalltudy lower left hand corner of the envelope, feet, thence run Northerly along said CHURCH OF GOD Clerk of the City of Hampton. Florida. Box 64, Live Oak, Fl. 32060 until 4/18/88

based only! on what"thus ath! Jhe "Sealed Bid Bucket Truck to be opened Easterly right of way line with a curve 422 N. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 Post Office Box 250 Hampton Florida' Itchg 3/24
word of God.APOSTOLIC 6:30 p.m. April 5, 1988." concave Westerly said curve having a ,32044., t.phon.904.461201.' Control 0629
794820" radius of John Spratlln. Pastor JAMES R. FLYNN, ESQ.
central angle
TRUTH U.P.C. The City of Starke reserves the right toaccept
I or reject any or all bids. 230.00 feet and. chord bearing and ,We Invite you to worship with us. 405 West Georgia Street
782-3303 distance of N 16*26'26", W, 295.06 feet; Attended Nursery'' Starke. Florida 32O91Attorney
," City of Starke, Florida for the''
thence run N 582036 W,'along said
Rev.. Emmett Bright By Neil L.Tucker of 238.14 feel too Sunday School ,Lt'I.t, lOam I City of Hampton
Easterly right lira
City Clerk way Morning Worship .........; lam
"To schedule your home bible ,3172tcrig324Control Point ,of'Curve;, thence run Northwesterly Evening Service .,,,....1 6pm 3/24 2tchg 3/31 ,
study, or for additional information along said Easterly right of Wednesday Youth '. .. .. ( '7Mrm: Control 0642
I way line with o curve.." ,concave' .... Nor.' -, -, --: ... !'i '-':.-" -=./1.-- ':-.'\



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: Lamp of Jesus Ministries
BADCOCK AUTOMOTIVE CENTER PARTS. Lewis Timber Co., Crafts &.ConsignmentsLocated I
FURNITURE L i!! fHWY 301 S. 964-6871 on 100 S.toward Keystone. '
take right on'24th avenue,follow
....... @rro@O@@lf] 1'1'Aftcr
; Kim & Jan Johnson pO Box 207 Starke '''bns. Eves. 964-6898 '
660 S. Walnut 964-5644 All Nature Singe el Jesus

the blcaiuicim of Inter comes Spring: ,

Blankenship'sChimney Country Caroets of Starke Fulfilling 0 promise of long ago, the seasons follow Griffis & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &
.. ..... ., '. ,. ,one another In divinely planned succession.All ,

Sweep / ; around us we see evidence that evil prevails Works SUPPLY !
f. : \'I
ii throughout the world but the Church gives positive ,"Home of the Stumpknockerboat" Attend your church regularly
: Service assurance that God la ever present.As Spring
} Locally Owned& Operated brings new life to nature so God,. through the .
; 964-8278 964-6108 9646154EZ Church brings marc! abundant life to human HWY 301 964-4461 or 964-5531 864 N. Temple 964-7061 i F',

beings. .
,,' Eyeglass ,Store Wheels Auto Sales Consider the daffodil-|ts freshness and beauty j BradfordFurniture'. HURSTS EXXON

,speak of hope. Consider the Church-Its steadfast
We Finance-
"Your complete : faith reaches out to undergird and strengthen, Industries ,SERVICE

Buy Here Pay Here mankind. God creates daffodils without our help: "24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE"987N.TEMPLE

eyeglass center" 1320 N. Temple Ave. but Intelligent cultivation makes them even more HWY, 301 N.; AV.
beautiful. Likewise lie depends on us to work In '
','103 Edwards Rd. 964-8588. 964-7783 His Church helping to spread Its Influence to 964-7347 964-6111

broadcast Its message, to make a better world. .

CEDAR RIVER JONES Distinguished FUNERAL oaring .HOME.rale* Let us accept this tremendous challenge and ARCHIE" TANNER FUNERAL, B&M STARTER & T
,come a part or.God'. Church today.
SEAFOOD tor over BO Vow ,
,Steve and Cindy Futch .'Dignified Service I i''
The Best Seafood In Town ''
& ,Staff Monuments 238 E. Washington St. :

236 S. Temple'Ave 111 I. None M. '. _*_ Mark*'I di' 964-5274
L 'Ir HWY 301 S. 964-5757
964-5685 Keystone H lgM* i. 4T-117. I,

Chastalns Jewelry & Gift, Andrews I < STARKE KOAKampground
Drugs"For at.vE0:: 11. I
UtoIOlIE .
Gallery ,,.. ELficmONIC4 ,
a cwrrun w. '.n.yN a s.c..osr11E459 ,
All Your Needs _.._ ..
BitJes'gitsJewelry.. Pharmacy ,.0.........""' -. Open 7 Days
---.0 r IP Gas & Western Union Agent

104. w Call St. 356 W. Madison 964-7170 (::.=- Convenience Store

964-7271 .. .
964-8484 Hwy 301 S.


"We encourage you:to, STARKE ii.4A Y STEAK HOUSE '

worship this week and every: : :"Serving you first"' From all of us at Western St..,' MANUFACTURING,

week- 441 W. Madison St US 301 South ''CORPORATION

964-5237:or 9646313 964-8061
9646881WATERS Mark Mullins & Employees

GROCERY }. Mosley Tire ,Co. -,seer."n.m sue trw dl55!! Insurance : a Now 964-8018r. :

Corner of US 301 & State US 301'N. Starke
4 Sunday Monday 'Tucedey Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday, 440 W. Madison "
Lawtey, FL 964-6600 l Matthew Matthew Matthew Matthew e Matthew Matthew John I ,;. [ACCIDENT CENTERS
'24 HR Wrecker Service 19-16-88 19ES-8O 8080-88! 81:16-88 .8883-83 83M-4O 181-8 (Winn-Dixie Shopping Center) Ill IAl
782-3737 o-r..---0.' .-r.Yc w_ OF AMERICA INC.
: Custom made exhausts stems 964-4695 1J THE PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

Office & Personnel
: SALES BANK I' ; Services Fish Boxes & Tool Boxes North Florida

,Worship this week and every weekat Officers Directors & Special rates for Church groups. Office Typing Services"ol All ,Corner of Thompson & Weldon Construction'CompanyAll

1018 the N.church Tempi of your 964-6461 choice" ,Staff ,1614 N. 'Temple. a 964-8175 1837 RaifordpRd. '. ,964-7777 I ,964-5912 types of 9646766Terwillegar Home Improvement ,


Printing Company Sales & Service
STORE It's a fact, you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto' ,
"All the right parts in all the Art Supp es. Custom Framing better at Denmark's Repairs Superior quality homes at ,206 W. Madison & US 301 r'
Starke 9647200SR
e Printing ? Office Supplies affordable prices
_402 N,Temple'-HWY301 N.
right 'places"
113 E. Can St 9644923frWO 434 W. Call 964-5827 964-6436 HWY 301 S. 964-6633 21 a Keystone,Height*
155 W BmwnlaaaRd. 964-606O
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DOUGLAS BATTERY'.J.OF K-8 Community ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS I Daniel E. Hildebran You must put on that new
Slat Bank Inc Certified Public Accountant man created In God's
rebuild starters. alternators e ,cur..*'HatBlrOaRwsarr.bM i Stark.
& Generators \ .*... I of Management & Staff r' ((904)964-4143) Image whose Justice and I
Starkes Home Owned
Auto-Mark*-Cycle BatterietfemnlA CALL:: Kay Water*.964-6941 Independent Only Bank ,HWY 301 North 2117 N. Temple Ave. holiness are born of ;


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loA TELEGRAPH March 24.1988

.; Hampton.HfLltes'/ Church Chaffer.Bayess .. .

.1 By Dolores Meng ing emergency vehicles on medical Daughter April Is now a fifth Baptist"UnConference" Easter ProgramAt St; Edward's WeekSchedule Church

Phone 468-1815, calls. grader and son Erik: is In the first Set Public Library Holy' :

Easter Egg Hunt... The Cub Scouts and Tiger Scouts grade. Sallye has been an active PALM SUNDA: Masses 8 and 10
were given awards and presented volunteer ever since April was in Bayless Highway, Baptist ,Church Friday: ,. April 1, at' 10 a.m., Joy, a.m.; Saturday Vigil Mass 6 p.m.;
On Sat., Apr 2 at 3 p.m. area 'with kits to be assembled for regatta kindergarten.She will be competingwith wUl be having a regional ,Norman will present an Easter Pro-.> Tuesday 3/29 Lenten Penance Ser-

children are invited to participate in races. Mr.Allen Archey local scout other Bradford volunteers for 'training meeting this,Friday, Mar gram for children ages 3 to 9 at the vice 7 p.m. HOLY THURSDAY:
the Easter egg Hunt to be held at city master was in charge of arrangements the title of State Volunteer of the 25 beginning at 3 p.m. Bradford County Public Library. Evening mass 7 followed by
park'Refreshments will be servo this This meeting will help plan a'year's There will be Mr. reseed
for affair. Year We wish her well) a storytime with Adoration of the Sacrament
ed following the hunt. honored to training to meet discipleshipneeds. Bunny and the making of Easter egg
March Birthdays... Hampton feels have This church training ''unconlerence'1 until 9 p.m. GOOD FRIDAY: Sta-
Spring Jamboree..' 21-Renee had Mrs.Jean Clark named Teacherof cards in which children can write tions and Veneration of the Cross 3
Mar. Wynn Kelly will provide personal
e.; the Year and the their own very special message. and
Passion Deathof
,rile first Jamboree of the Spring 26-Ttna Buckallew..J. Corey Vans now recognition attention to each church's unique For more information p.m., Liturgy of
Season IS scheduled to take place on Syckel; 27-Nena Contois Tanya given Sallye training needs. Plan now to attend. the library or stop by. please call our Lord, 1 p.m. HOLY SATURDAY -

Sat., ,May, 7 from 7-11 p.m. The .New mans; 28-Charlotte Smith; Little League... The schedule will begin at 3 p.m. From the library staff have : Easter Vigil Mass p.m. (no 6
public is invited to attend, bring In-1 with Media Conference p.m. Mass). SUNDAY:
-.'esslca Fisher, Melissa Mitchell, .Little League teams are being Library Happy Easter
I htruments and sing, and just enjoy eScoggins; 31-Gene Birt, Dena .organized with a meeting to be held break at 5:30: for supper on'yourown Mass of the Resurrection at 8 and 10

the evening. Bluegrass, country and Radford, Leroy Rhoden. tonight at 1 p.m. at school. Registra. then re-convene at 6 p.m. with a.m.

gospel music will be furnished.. The Hampton Elementary... tion of girls and boys from 7-10 yearsof Bible Drill/Speaker Registration. Spring Deanery Meeting....

concession stand will have a varietyof School Encyclopedias... age will be taken. Registration 6:30: Bible Drills,, 7 p.m. Media Palm Sunday Services The spring meeting of the
good food available The Jam- will also be held on Monday Mar 28 Library Continues, and adjourningat Gainesville Deanery was held at St.
boree theme will be "Just Say No to The Partners in Excellence the at 2:05: p.m. at school. 9 p.m.Church. Heroines of Jericho Ruth Court 18 Francis Xavier Catholic Church in
Reading Program by
Prugs" will have Palm Mar. 17. Follow-
World Book Encyclopedia Companyhas of God Sunday services at Live Oak on Ttiurs.,
Visitors..* ''concluded with good results Ebenezer Baptist Church on Sunday.. ing the business meeting Mass was
Tina, Came and Angela Meng Participating students through sponsorship ,- The tide it turning for the Mediterranean Prayer Services Set' Mar. 27 at 3 p.m. concelebrated by the Host Pastor,
Sea. After serving a* a All Masonic families and James O'Neal a former St
spent the weekend with their Aunt of reading books earned Church of God of Inc'l: public is
Rita Meng in Tallahassee. They saw '$200. World Book Company dumpsite for decade, It'* now cornIng Prophecy cordially invited to attend.Methodist.Choir Edward's Parishioner, and Msgr.
gives of 2138 N. Temple Avenue will be
clean. Under multi-nation Pastor ofGalnesVllle's
a James
the and other: government Joseph ,
'100 so with funds available,at having prayer services each night
agreement, treatment plants have Holy Faith Church.
buildings, went to the park and en-
Enroute sufficient money, has been ,been built and government have from Mar. 21 through Apr. 1 (Monteday .. .. New officers were installed by
joyed shopping spree.
home,,David and Eugene took themto ,acquired to buy a set of encyclopedias cracked down on dumping of toxics'by through Friday) from 7:30-9: Mrs. Cheryl O'Conner, president of

Q'Leno State Park.Hospitalized for the school library.All ship, planes and Industries... The p.m. the St.Augustine Diocese of CathOlic'
students will be able to take ad (latest agreement call for national Everyone is welcome to join in by Women.

... vantage of these valuable books. government to create protected Pastor ;w.. .T. Laney. Luncheon was held at the

Mrs. Louise Mattheus entered St.' Volunteer of the Year...... area for tome 500 threatened. Highland Baptist To Present Episcopal Conference Center. Guest
,Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville on wildlife ipeclei. speaker following the lunch was
,Monday for observation and treat- Congratulations to Mrs. Sallye Revival Continues Easter Cantata Sister Rebecca Rutkowski, Directorof

ment, We wish her a speedy Scoggms who on Mar. 21 was named Aging Services for ''the St:
The 30 member choir of First
Volunteer of the Year for Hampton 'Highland Baptist is havmg-
recovery. Birds of a feather stick togetherfor'good Augustine Diocese.
School and for Bradford County their revival this week (Mar. 2025)at United Methodist Church will pre-
Boy, Scout Banquet... reason. According to Na- 'sent their annual Easter Cantata Attending the meeting and luncheon -'
.Schools. Among the reasons Sallye, 7 p.m. nightly Rev. I.C, (CODDle)
tional Wildlife magazine, Miff from St. Edward's parish _
this Sunday evening at 7:30 in the'
Thursday 'night the Boy Scout was chosen. Principal Mary Ann ..Johnson guest speaker.
wallow nest In large colonies !In 'sanctuary.The were Betty Dazinstci Altar Society
BAnquet for Scouts and their Kyle stated, was for the tremendous
order to share (reformationpbout( ServicesAt dramatic withmusic [President; Antoinette Coss
families was held at Hampton hours of volunteer work she has put Homecoming presentation
locating food. The birds 'on Secretary Anne Gingras
feed Deanery ,
by Burl Red is entitled Bright
of Starke
Elementary. Norm Dowdy in. Sallye has helped with art classes
Insects "tem. Highland Baptist Cumber Hum-'
t of swarms of that are New Wing. The cantata is indeed a .Josephine .Mary
gave a presentation on actiwtles In' several classrooms as well as
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the Medical Explorers Club. Boys constructing props and furnishing up Highland Baptist Church will behaving bright and joyous celebration accord phries
convection currents. By following |individuals Oeschger Dorothy Rife, Kay
of = their 78th annual Homecoming ding to director Bill McRae and l
Scouts 13
over years age may partiCipate equipment for various activities
Richards Jennie WUma-
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members the choir.
Mar. Rev.
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Pitcher Bo .Hersey: No Hits, No :Runs, No" Walks ="

Sophomore right hander Bo stole second to put runners at second Eastside Beats BUS..., The four BHS runs came on five ;
Hersey faced 15 batten and threw a and third and both scored on an RBI BHS feU 5-0 behind Eastside hits against Eastside: One BHS ru '
perfect no-hit, no-walks single by designated hitter Jamey High scored
no-run in a was in the fifth when Randall
played at
game P.K.
game to lead Bradford High to a 10-0 Carver Carver moved to second on because of the wet weather Saturday Yonge Polk doubled,moved to third on a

shutout over District S-3A leader a wild pitch and scored on an RBI March, and lost 6-4. wild pitch and scored on Eric Naz

North Marlon on !the Tornado diamond single by third. baseman. James Left hander Tim Lewis took. the ,worth sacrifice fly. ,

Monday March 21. McNeal. loss, allowing the five runs five In the sixth BHS scored'three '
Hersey'S curve Kept the NM batters Eric Nazworth walked, and hits. Allan Jenkins more runs. Jason Johnson walked '
came on relief
off balance. Hersey, 4-2. fanned McNeal advanced to second. Both pitching four inning and allowing, and scored on Allan Jenkins two run .
,six batters. The BHS scored on a 2-run second homer NeWberry."W$1'
backed up triple,by one run on two hits. Jenkins also hita over the right field fence.
Hersey' effort. ,No NM batter ,baseman Richie Barnes. two-run home run Cordell Strong singled, stole second

,reached base. Up 7-0, BHS added three more in' Allan, who has been, playing in the ,and scored on an RBI single by Randall .
BHS is 6-S-l after a 6-4 March 19 the fifth inning. Eric Nazworth walKed outfield be the Polk.
loss to Eastside of Gainesville. and went to second on a Richie Jeff Zuraff may has pitcher SKI S lcrr.(or.....''d.Oe_ :
been looking for. .
BHS scored seven Barnes single and they scored N.m.i AHUM. N' IM
runs in a big' on Jenkins will start in- .
against lomW I* 1 S I
third inning after two outs. Randall shortstop Jason Johnson's 2-run dou terlachen at 4 p.m. today ( ...... ....,. If S 0 k
Polk walked and rim Lewis singled ble.,Johnson advanced to third when March 24) on the Bradford High dia J........._, .. l' S
and both scored on a double by right fim Lewis was admitted on an error mond. Plans to Tim l.wlbr ,I. 1 "' 0Alin
are play off the tie
fielder Cordell and Johnson went to thIrd. J.nAIM :, '
Strong. Travis Long Johnson' game with IHS, then play a regular ,TnwliMn* .. : : :
was admitted on an error by the scored on a misplayed grounder by game. The game was tied 6-6 with C.id.ll SI...., cr S I. 1I.nd.ll
shortstop and Cordell Strong moved the first baseman a hard shot by Tim Lewis .01k* 1 1 1
pitching. Jenkins 'will .... .. I ITo
to third base on the play Then Long lett-handed batter Cordell Strong. start the new game '.... Nn.W.I1N.MtN.ol /Ik. 'a I k'0 .I '

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I" BHSs rack Teams Get Big :'Double Victories Over :Baker High At Home I

The Bradford girls beat Baker Baker. Tw. Mile(him 1))c..W.rd Ml. 2))I.My D.t>.., the '-' the
run in
same heat an 2:34.01.: Shenease Williams\ and Detrese relays runners
High dual 56-55 and the boys\ won 71-52 in Junior Cam Ward ,wdn the mile I9il Mil Mtoyi I) IHt till, (_. (mltrli. ....,.,. In the Itnals Sapp was fifth in Robinson. The BHS boys at 48.12 have to quality.
a meet afternoon on the Tornado track and two mile and a second in the half ......k....,',........"..., .....rt r.....). 2.31,5 Harrell! was seventh, in were also 7th with Scott Barber Andre The BHS girls qualifers are:
Tuesday March 22. mile. MalachI. Jenkins won high Raines Invitation. 23946. Lee,. Lonnie Olive, and Timmy Distance medley relay teams is
Everything in the girls competition jump and triple jump and was second :, hwanda Martirt from' Sanlord taylor Christie Harrell will run the leadoff
came down to the mile relay, : in the long jump. Jenkins had a In the 24th annuar'Bob Hayes Invitational Seminole won the half mile in 2:13.2. 800. 'ferry Kitties the 400 meters

which BHS won giving the 'Tornado. 22'7" long jump which would have at Raines High School In' Martin also won the mile In 508.: She Boys at Forest... Ramona Pennant the 1200 meters,

girls a one point victory ,won but he scratched t about"an ,Jacksonville Saturday, the Bradford came back and anchored the mile The BHS boys 'went to Ocala for and Lon Sapp the 1600. They will attempt
The BHS girls results are.: eighth of an inch. girls were llth out of 39 schools, including relay with A 55."t anchor split. the Knight of ColumDus/ Ocala to break the Florida High
MM fwti 1)) T.ir<""'.''eIIlI'r.: Robert Thorpe won the half mile' two high schools Irom Other memorable performances: Forest ,School record of 13:027 for the
,_ Invitational. a big 22 school
D'-'I'' ) MIKtwrl I17'. and anchored 'he winning mile relay .Canada and three from Atlanta. Kim distance medley relay. On the
Hampton's long of 13'4 paper
Milk' Jwnpi II)CrlrtiH. ItamM tt".1))1.n.e..for jump ,meet and scored no points
_.r. team The BHS results area: BHS scored 14 points. Probably Tonya Mitchell's best discus throwof BHS results BHS team is around 12:45: Coach
I...Ju_.i)k'.. l4. lr: ,... ,...'ul. I)i-..tmitk. lro' Trill. Iu_. 2)115.) rtamtwa Ul, .-'.. kw OloctW' II....Now.y.1015"'-. the day was by Ramona Pennant '19.HO in the 110 hurdles and coach says. .
..w. Kkod_.... Hlk' _' I) M.l,.kl Jwiknl. I"" 9)H) "riry Mo.CirlchM who finished third in the two mile lourth high was 17.0Nil...n..Coco W.... ,....0-.1'De...Ii90._.... The girls are also entered in the 4
IOC ...... .. _. in her heat in the too meters .
Mow 1)) Kin' ""- II M,1)) Ark 4 Ii" Mo,_.. ..
.. . ...*. run with a time of 12,27,50; her best, .by 100 and the 4 by 400. Lori Sapp is
William 'IS MOn. I. .J_ 2'}Mo' In. .. KimHampton went 13.38 and 9M tater H.r4l,..t <*>..or tmfrk .,.IM .
.Mile ftiMi 1))UH(..*'**.2))MwiMMI ToAnMffiii rlpl." Jung, 1))........, J.*,..41 V190HHi ,time of the season 'ArKeva Williams ran 1396. Arkeva MMr ....., ......1 rtwrp liljMO entered in the, open 800 meters
;. : 21| Iffntmt SmMi It.U. Lori Sapp was third in the mile run Did ttonry McC._97.9. Ramona tenant in the 3200
Williams 24 50 the 220 dash. open
ran m In
40-" *.I"VI 2)) IMS M" (ChtI_H.rr.11. T..., Kitto ,100 MMOT C..rll 3))t.kwt Nl<..h tl.nMil. with a time ot 5:22 down t,ro>MI''......HnM'Mryb.1 19 01MM. '
about two, meters.
*, Kim//..._.Arkv WIIII4MM). ,.Hunt 1))c.m W.r"l till, 2)) K.iuiy D>*|..I'M : the girls mile relay BHS ran a ..."' IMI 9t44 (Sooncoe Smltk, Cwn Word. ,
*..De"',. 1))CllrI",. rton.ll.l.M.IM ....Vd *.'* 2)) IHI 4144 (....'1 McC.ricnwMolxhl seconds from her previous best this 4.JK.4J: with Kim Hampton, Tern f rr..i.>...fen. ........, Jmlm).' On the same day, the boys enteredin
.....II)l.rl ttft ItM 2))._..UruwM MlIN JnttlM.trfc Hor,.y.W.t.: ...... N......). year Ramona, Pennant was 11th Kitties; Christie. Harrell and Lori Un, Jump)Mvtockl I JomilrH, IftoTrlol. .> the distance medley relay. Robert
14 Onki 2))A......WlII_.M Mtw. 410.1d O. lu.1))ryr.r.......... M t.,I')Tom...tIo with a time of 5:49.97 In a held ot 24 'Sapp, '.Jum.1.Utolxkl, Jmttlm XT. Thorpe will run the leadotf 800
Mil.Hum 1)).._roaMM II.M. hid 4t.N.3Mlnt.r.. *4l,k Jwmpi fltolvckl, _,..1101.
MIN....,! II) IHI 4>44 a{Mm' H_...... t.rry KHMtf .NurdlMt' I)S.MCM,...IIh 44 W.MOV4 girls. The meet had a junior high 440 'meters. Spencer Smith the 400, Kenny
Ckrhrl.N.n.l l I.I.... s.pp" Sun 1)) ....... TrwrM 9ill 9)) Cmnt Wmi Sapp won her ''heat 'I in ''the "relay. The BHS middle-school team Upcoming... DeSue the 1200 and 'Cam. Ward
111. 9) H..old M. 4w 9iM990V4 in the half mile at the anchor 1600 meters.
preliminaries : ran 5?82 and were 7tn m their heat BHS goes to the annual Florida
The ... .
boyS won 11-52 over 0 MiCuHin 24.37,
1)) flinty 2:24.14.'Chrlstle: Harrell was fourth with'nnftnn, .. Parker .Pa nao ,Smith. Relays this KViHau. ._ .. March -9A BHS is also entered.in the 4 by 100
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Roland Shatter made 20 pound improvements ,. = -- -- ,
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and both have improved 35 pounds in /)_Wb//.w..IHt, IW-I..->UDfwry you 14415 A bAa.n AM/FM : "11. : :-.T n g I::::.. r'a..ea: ::::;... 'I .n '
weeks In the two ) IterAMU..tK IM-I -M4MI4.M ..oo kr.r and ..rJar.aw p .ni r ==..:r:: : PLUS
the previous ._...INS .Dick .::proww**your. r.Wn:rt! .-
lifts the bench press and the clean ..4)0.I.UH*, ',I<*-|*'-_ -. *j e.twooah"*_...ourxwoway ., .. =-==-.s' I ',$ 150
and jerk. Long's lifts were datachMX ipMH.m PHAuN 4 II pMl ", = s.r.)1ns.pad.e.s.ta.ww.
.Schaffer'a lifts were ,'I32Y rw.d Ci .r I ... .. 'I' _____ ---- ,
'. ,,235-215-450. 11)>-_.S/0-. .94IM49. ou to euxwm ior 8M m.*ct ACOCor '
225-250435 9)Alp) .>.l.ttMltfM Ot-tM UPVUH _(j/J.. """"" '" = I MOVIES ,
Also improving 20 pounds were: >) .,UH. ,14I-I/44I0. .0-n. on**+QO 1'1 ---

Brad Hamilton, 210-180-390 141% rwd_, COUPON SATURDAY ONLY *

-Team RENT 3 Movies''* Get One FREE I I FISHER-
All Area
I Basketball P.Jayersfake.! Upon pr.i.ntatlon of this ..eIHOME'

Five ,Bradford basketball Momc Williams, a freshman scor'
players in Alt-Area ing threat with a 13.5 average, was
selections of The' Oalnevill/ Sun, named third team All-Area.

compiled by Sports Writer Buddy Rhonda Bright, a 5-8 sophomore' ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTSBradford

Ceilings a former sports writer for, .received honorable mention honors.

The Ttlegraph Eugene Blye a &-3 junior noted Center
Shopping :
Felicia Davis 5-8,12 with a 10.1 for his consistent scoring from the (eel Square (yS )

scoring average was named to the three point range wan named third '
All-Area second team, the highest team All-Area. Starke 964-6946'

honor of any BHS basketballer. Malachi Jenkins, 6-2 senior, f
Davis Is expected to sign a college, received honorable mention honors.



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Soup & Salad Bar
Roast Beef Au-Jus''
Sliced Baked Ham Southern Fried Chicken

Green Beans Whipped Potatoes
I<:" --, .' ,< .- z. 1 Belgian Carrots Broccoli
w/Cheese Sauce
Straight A'. at Brooker,.." Homemade Dresssing & Gravy ,

I 'I'beM*.lIeD..at Brooke OcmenUry male ralgfat A'en heir report card for the third nix.week grading period. Bread Pudding w/Lemon Sauce ,
fnm left to right on the front row kelly Cook Amy Lake Daniel Harden, Kevin Andrew*and Amanda MOJe,. Hot Rolls w/Butter
In the rear from left to right Derek Side,,Jennifer LeFeven.Mattbugh Crosby and Amy Crew ;" Coffee, Hot Tea Iced Tea,

. BHS Golfers Shooting Low Scores. EtONO LODGE ''. 1101 N. Temple Ave 964-7600 ,

Raanrttfoni! Safgaiti for. 01 S.
......, -- partial or more

BHS golfers shot 159 and a 151 last course, David Elder had a 38, Mark 0o I.
week for two consistent rounds to Murray and Bill Hamilton both shot Upcoming.... ".
beat Eastside High 159-2121'uesday, 39, and Link Bishop 43. Next Tuesday, March 29, BHS
March 22, and last week the 151 wona BHS plays Augustine,here on travels to Orange Park. OP beat
tri-match over Buchholz High 163 the Starke course at 3:30 p.m today BHS 168-186 in an earlier tri-match 00 .
and Orange Park High 172,_ '(Thursday,March24). "We'd like to at StAugustine when BUS shot a terrible
BHS golfers are 5-4 to date. avenge two earlier losses to round. Od p C O ogpp00
Against Castside on the Starke St.Augustlne," says Coach Mike; "The last two matches we've'' asv
Golf and Country Club course Mark Sexton.BHS lost to SA by three shots played 'real good consistent golf. a 60 000 o o 00 o peo do oo
Murray shot a 38, David Elder 39, in a tri-match on the Magnolia Point People all up and down the line are !, dvOpp 0 QQJ :
pda DO
Chris Simmons and Link. Bishop course in Green Cove Springs. And shooting some good scores and that Se
both shot 41. BHS faced SA m the tri-match in makes a big difference,"says Coach
In the tri-match,also on the Starke St.AgusUne and last by about 20' Sexton.
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Behind a 34 hit attack the Brad- as a returner from last year's squad. John Slater '1I.1/", ,
ford High girl's varsity Softball team Kendra was a starter last year in Attendance is free, so everyone ,: i:
beat Santa Fe High 24-3 on the road center field and has moved over to come on out, urges Coach Slater. .' I...'
I last Friday,March 18. left Butler has a strong arm, good The ladies play at Westside Park off
., BHS is 5-3 after the win. speed in the field and is currently, Edwards Road, behind the Vo-fech .,
DeDe Prevatt was the winning pitcher hitting at a tomd pace,says Coach ,Center, .
running her record to 5-2. L ,
;'Prevail allowed only six hits and only -

Every one walk.BHS' lady had.at least two_ !t'

_hits."'The,statistics? III FORD I I"" MONEY --DOWN
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I Yesterday (Wed, March 23) the '
t: BUS Ladies hosted Fernandina 7 passenger,AC,auto,
Beach. O/drtve. e cyi.'engine, .
Today (Thursday, March 24)) the'' $ 25' '
BHS Ladies travel to Keystone High,' 1988Aerostar AM/FM w/cassette speed 271XLT -'
their only regular season loss having control"tilt wheel, luggage per',
been at the hands of the Indians.Fri rack.
day, March 26, BHS goes to North
Manon for both varsity and JV
w/free AC, also Am/FM
I games. Monday,March 28, the BHS 19 8 8
girls host North Marion for both V cass. pram so _
and JV games on the home field cast alum.whir, 95'
Westside Park. Next Thursday, step bumper, liraa.253,
March 31, BHS travels to Ocala to 4x4 per
Ranger I tu-tone paint, ,#
play another tough district opponent mo I
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BUS is Hot Now... 19 8 8 2-dr., special value' pkg.,

R As a team, BHS Is hitting at a .550 WSW tires,speed control. .
I pace averaging 12-plus runs a game wire wheel cover!,AMlFM'2031r
while allowing six runs a game. Mustang LX cassette
Pam Thornton,who relieves DeDe r.m.:
IH ....,....... __.Prevail midway each game, has a system, .
2-1 record on the mound. 'CJJ, ;'1;' ,>;> '
Leading BHS hitter is Lisa 'n. P" \?" WITH
''Tierney with a sizzling .692 average FOR A LIMITED'TIME ONLY!!!i! ; $ 42'a
and 27 hits. Kendra Butler leads in NO MONEY
runs-batted-In with 20. Butler also 292COME
has six doubles, and Stacy Marshall .ituv. aJ NEW. MUSTANG .GT .
has three triples. : kf DOWN mo
Kendra Butler was left out in the'' I
March 11 edition of The Telegraph Starting at
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High Softball 12-3 IS Tuesday 5-1 after afternoon beating Keystone March Check Out These Quality Previously Owned Vehicles

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BHS scored every Innmng but the '85 Chevy Silverado '86 OLDS Cutlass/Ciera
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,p Jackson were 4-for-4, Tangela V-8 Auto AM/FM ''
j Hankerson and Christina Bath were 2 DOOR. WHITE-CLEAN Air Stereo 4 dr. 31,000 miles ONLY:f ,

3-for-4,Felicia Aaron,Ronda Bryant $8995..,
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Latara Jackson hit a triple and a
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Today (Thursday, March 24) the SHARP for Only $3995' 'Only $7995.
BHS girls visit Keystone High for a .
4:30 March 25, :
I. the: JV p.m.girls game.go to Friday.Newberry for a I "84 JEEP Hardtop ,'87 Ford Ranger '85, Mustang ''GT :
( 4:45: p.m.game Saturday,March 28,.' "
I BHS goes to North Marlon for a 2:30: Black 4 spd.,AC.camper top,only 11,000 miles., Auto, air, P windows/doors. Extra\
I p.m, game.Monday,March 28,BHS EXTRA CLEAN clean w/only 24,000 miles.' \
goes to Orange Park High,a 4:30: PRICED'AT'$4395 ,

p.m. game. '. for only $6995 Priced right at Onl $8995, I

The Season So Far... .
The JV girls won their first game '82 CHEVYCAMARO, '87'F-250 Diesel l '84F-150SWB '84 COUGAR '

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The second game was a 7-6 Joss to AM/FM stereo. ...
Newberry, caused mostly,by first $5795 XLT Uriel,22.000 mllM.. alpow LOADEDIII. !miles .
game Utters,, says, Coach Brenda 'j I SHARP-ONLY '' Only $5,995, ,SALEPAICEDAT' $6695
Butler. BHS has beaten KHS 12-8, Only $15,695 ', :
Orange Park High 10-7, and Santa Payments based on Ford Factory Rebates as down payment.10% APR 66 Mas with approved credit. -
Fe High 183.The .. -
I JV softballers have four girls .
I who returned from last year. They
1., ,are Felicia Aaron,who plays second: ,
,j and left center; Ronda Bryant pitcher -' / "
!i ; Chanda Woods,shortstop,and i fro Terwil1egarMotors ,
J Dana Norman, left field. '
.._ New players on this squad are:,'
Latara Jackson, Amy Jackson O ;\ \ 473-FORD
'Janette Daniels, Tangela Hanker- $\ 'nafP 964-7200: 371':1096: 388-FORD
son Christina Bath, Amy Fletcher, : .
and/Stephanie Gainey. \ '$9895-' Star e. GalnesvmejacksonviUe gggSLdS J
.'These young lame* are /hitting 09 ad .
the ball bard and playing,, good ,
defense,"says Coach Butler.


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County, Fair Is Year's Big Event for 4-H'ers N

1 Make the Smart Move
By Mark Friedlin the annual Fair and the rides,enter- '
I :' BCT Staff Writer tainment, and competition -
\' Young 4-H'ers all over Bradfordand especially the competition. For that Special Easter Outfit
Union Counties are moving into Members are busy raising pigs
I one of their busiest times of the year and ,
1 I' steers rabbits poultry trying f.
Fashion At
'. ,(,,' scurry to prepare FairApril their best to grow them to maximum Step Up To
l:', \ coming Bradford County sizes in time for the Judging. JOAN'S FASHIONS
5-9 at the Bradford County There are also sewing projects, I i
Fairgrounds on U.S. 30. woodwork and animal training to
I An organization that has been worry about as the big day draws, -I"Ml' NOW With
universally praised for teaching near., st40P .
., young people"invaluable,practical This Is the busiest time of year '
lessons in life which they share with for us but it is also one of the most S Our
others the rest of their lives,"according rewarding," Bradford 4-H Director AND
to the late President John F. Rod Buchele, commented. The ,
Kennedy the membership is most students have their schoolwork as Easter Sale
active in local organizations which usual to go along with the extra projects
provide good grass roots experiencefor so it is a challenge, but we
young people in rural com- have some exceptional students in
munities. the local clubs." 20% OFFour
The big news this time of year is $_ Pag 3
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,Dale Pendarlua of lawtey ibowt off hi strawberry plant which he hope.will, .,w/Purchase FREE
win him a ribbon In this year' Bradford County Fair. of$50.'
It Takes Time... Project.like thla and many other keep.local 4 II member and their famllle or more. r
; the month before the fair.
\):,:. Laurt Mo.Iey..memberoftbeCreen Acre 4 H club ha.spent many hour very bUllY
I' Darliu 1*a member of the Lawtey 4 II dub.
; ', on her woodworking project getting. It ready to show In this years Bradford

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, ': Silk for decorating pleasure
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F II:- Thousands Expected at Co-opTs Annual Meeting .

By Mark Frlcdlln member :Susan: Reeves was selectedas nual meeting. Other energyrelatedexhibits More than half the checks went to
BCT Staff Writer, a candidate for the District 3 posi will be available for viewingby current members of the coop, with
rue big event is almost here the, tion; Incumbent board of trustees members. the remaining check going to persons -
annual event which draws a big member Wayne Hollingsworth was who are no longer being servedby
crowd to Keystone Heights each selected 'as a candidate for the This year's entertainment will be the system. Refunds for all years -i %
year for free fried-chicken music, District 7 position; and Co-op provided by The Lewis Family of prior to 1978 have been paid. This is ; :: I
speeches, fun and a good-old- members Blake Hamilton and Nashville Tenn.The Lewis Family, the 13th consecutive year Clay Electric _
fashioned day in the sunshine. Robert S. Mullins,DVM,are seeking a noted bluegrass gospel group, has declared a capital credits
Clay Electric Cooperative 'will, election to the District trustee position entertained at the Co-op's annual refund. _
hold its 50th Annual meeting at Its Voting for the trustee candidates meeting in 1986. Their performancewill Clay Electric, General Manager
home office on State Road 100 in begins at the conclusion of begin around 9:30 a.m. r.B. Miiiican said 93,000 of the l o ,
Keystone Heights ,on Thursday, the morning business meeting Other special events planned for surplus was applied to accounts of v ri'r
March 24. <( A variety of activities are planned, close at 7 p.m. key ,speaker Reuben Askew, without paying up, reducing the 1t -" J ;! *
during the CCH>p'S annual meeting, 'former Florida Governor from amount lost to bad debts an unfortunate _
including the: election of three The popular Health Fair returns to 1971-1979 and former chief trade cost of operations. -
members to the board of trustees, a''' the Annual Meeting for the third negotiator for the United States. (hose persons who were
business meeting, entertainment a year. Sponsored by' Bradford Board of Trustees President Angus members of the cooperative in 1978
health fair, special exhibits, a free Hospital, Inc., the Health Fair will Hastings and General Manager I\B. 'and who paid for electric service for
chicken dinner and a chance tq win a provide health-related tests at no Millican will also address members. that year, but who don't receive re-
door pnze cost to members who desire them. fund check in the next few days,
The names of four Coop members Tests will include blood pressure, Last Friday, March 11,Clay Elec should contact one of the co-op's
selected as candidates for the three cholesterol and risk factor tric mailed approximately 60,800 district offices," said Millican.
trustee positions during recent fa highlight the CCHIp'S ''60th anniversary checks to members and former Co-op members should maintain a
trustee district meetings will be ,special exhibits featurmg members who paid for electric ser current address with Clay Electric
placed on the election ballot at the pre-electnc-days appliances, such vice in 1978 who share in the 13.07 after leaving the system enabling
annual meeting. as wood stoves; wash boards and million refund'declared earlier this' them to receive future capital
Incumbent, board"of, trustees hand pumps, will be set up at the an, year by the CCHlp'S board of trustees. credits refund checks

. Gas ,Prices Rise, But Hold Steady in BradfordTripleA 're;

(AAA) Peninsular Motor ly eliminate all independent The Exxon Service 'Station on'' field,competition will demiiush with
Club reported that gasoline prices in, retailers, and control the retail US-301S, owned by Bill Heavener predictable results.
Florida tell 1.9 cents per gallon in 'distribution of gasoline, allowing 'and operated by Paul Bednar,offers
February, but local gasoline dealers them to raise prices to suit full service, along with self service ACT Test,At SFCC
:do not reflect the changes. themselves. With convenience ,facilities. Starke Center'
Gulf Oil Dealer Freeman Register stores installing gasoline pumps,
III said the wholesale price of locally owned outlets are closing up Veteran service station operator'and Any student who plans to attend
gasoline fluctuates weekly, but the 'leaving the sale of gasoline to out-of- former mayor of Starke Carl Santa Fe Community College this
'retailers have been able to maintain town owners Hurst operates an Exxon station spring, summer or fait should take-
stable price, with a minimum of north of the courthouse,on US-301N, the ACT Test to be administered at
;change. Full Service Station.... providing full service ,to his the .starke Center ,on Tuesday
Local self-service gasoline stations Full Service gasoline' stations in customers, ''as well as self"service ,March 29.
are currently posting 85.9 for'' Starke dwindled even ',further pumps. The test,which lasts approximately
regular leaded gasoline and 86.9 for recently when long-time station four hours, will begin promptly at
regular unleaded gasoline. operator Seeber Goodman closed the ''RegISter is concerned that small 8 a.m. It will be necessary for those Getting Ready for the Big Event...
Register said there is no one station Gulf Service Station adjacent to' businessmen may no longer be who take the ACT Test to flU out an
Electric have of their biulet
that is known for raising or Econo Lodge, followed by the closing financially able to build service stations application to SFCC prior to takingthe day County Cooperative employee one period
lowering gasoline prices but 'Tenneco of the Standard Oil Station on ,with cost escalating into many'thousands test if they have not yet been admitted each year when the!annual meeting drawt thousands of area resident
being a company owned facility US-301S by veteran' operator Sid of dollars for the purchase to the college. There is no customer of the operative who. come to enjoy free food like these ehkken
tends to be first in changing Shuford. of commercial property, charge for the test. dinner being prepared last year,entertainment from .S""pelInP,,< prICes. However, Register said, if There are now three full service building, equipment, and the added Results of the ACr will be used to door prize:* and a chance to hear former Florida Governor Reubla Akew'
,one station changes pnces, other facilities in Starke,where more than cost of meeting environmentally determine placement m Santa Fe's peak to the crowd.,
.V' stations will normally follow,.raising '30 once operated in the early 1950. mandated monitoring wells and English And Math classes.
.1' or lowering the price. If one station The Shell Service Station, on the'' other eqwpment, in addition to
raises pnces and others do not the corner of US-301 and SK-100, ownedby maintaining comprehensive
station will return to the original, Torode Oil Co. and operated by ,records.
price. Johnny Torode, continues to offer
Register sees a disturbing trend in fUll| service to motorists, in addition
retailing gasoline,in which the large, When, the independent
petroleum companies will eventual' to self service pumps.: businessman is driven from the

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4-H Is a "people development pro- Computer -the latest powerful new together '
are the Bradford County Boardof
gram" according to Buchele., tool for the productive farm or Adults who volunteer as 4-H Commissioners WAS the In'
4-H'ers learn by doing, in a hands.on ranch. leaders also learn by doing accor- ''stitute of Food and Agricultural
experience which gives young "Learning doesn't stop with the ding to the director,,who says they Sciences the University of Florida
people a sound foundation for the 4-H member," Buchele said. "Many learn many new ,skills while ,and United J States: ,Department of
rest of their life Including their 4-H projects involve the entire lamb teaching the 4Hers. Volunteers Agriculture.
family responsibilities.Buchele ly. The parents here in this area are these days also have a wide range of "We have had a successful
an enthusiastic director, tremendously supportive. We learning resources available' ,to year and we hope to do even better
who oversees members in their them, Buchele said.
regard the support the parents as, next year in terms of
respective clubs,, not only do There are leader forums local membership
says very important to the completion of on and our projects," Buchele said.
modern 4-H'ers get practical experience many of the projects and: the the multi-county, state and all the way "The Fair is a
in the traditional areas like young person's enjoyment and the' up to the national level according to to show 'the great example for us
sewing, cooking, anmd raising amount of experience they get from Buchele.There training sessions are achievements their community the
steers and swine for the market and' completing a complex assignment. available because of the unique part- have: accomplished." young people,
sale, but now are' into
moving The projects also give parents and
studies new areas !like aerospace: their kids! .!! a useful, opportunity toStarke's ,

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-- Y Palmetto 8t Nightingale St
,Proud of Their Work... ,Keystone Hgts..
I Anita Black worked on this skirt for many boun to prepare for the Bradford Thurs.. March 24 Hours:912:15.30: :

County fair. AnIta'a member of the Green Acre Club. { 1101 South Walnut St Starke

At right Amanda Manning of the Lucky Clover 4-II club In Starke. Fri. & Sat, Mar.25& 26

I \:':; ,"," Rotary Club Members Plan to Be Busy ,Cooking Hours: 9-12,1-6; Sat 8-12. 1-5

ir.: >:\: ,:. To Kick Off the Bradford County Fair with Chicken Dinners

Rotary President John Miller invites everyone to the Rotary chicken dinner To be sure you get tickets for this year's dinner, please buy them in ad Come In & Have Photos Made In
to kick off the Bradford County Fair.. This has been the beginning fair vance. The Rotary is only capable ot, serving 1,500 dinners, so ticket sales Your Easter',Clothes
event for many years. Even though the fair begins Tuesday, the ribbon- have been limited to this amount
:cutting ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 6 at noon.The chicken, Dinner =
tickets el1'as'
as advance fair 'be
tickets, will
on sale at the
dinner sponsored by the Rotary Club will begin at 11:30: at the Bradford Chamber
Farmers Market at the fairgrounds entrance. .. ing club members of Commerce,or you may purchase them' L from any. of the. lollow<
Rotary Event Chairman J.C" romllnson, along with his committee, ,:
,decided to offer the fairgoers a new menu. fomlmson said, "the best kept ,: "(Jimmy 'Alvarez, 'Crls';Anderson, Don Andrews,' Guy Andrews:'' M'ac'
secret for many years has been Leslie Whitehead's chicken pilau dinner Baldwin William Bessent III,Paul Brooks,Gib Brown, Ben Bryant.Maxie,
served on the platform. Dolph Reddish has talked Whitehead into cooking Carter,Jr.,Wiley Clark,Fred Cline,AI.Crosby Bill\ Dodd Wayne Douglas
enough of this Southern dish for anyone who desires to enjoy this mouth Jim Duncan and J.H. DuPre. :. .
watering specialty." Pat Farnsworth, Keith Gillingham, David Giant, Bill Graham R.A.
"''The take-out part of the dinner has really become a large part of our, Green, James Grilfm Bill Haas, 'John. W; Mersey, Danny Hildebran
program" stated Maxie Carter,who is in charge of this function. Carter' ,Johnny Hobbs,'Jr, fW.; Hodges, Ben Holtzendori: Roger Jones. Don
noted that many businesses buy tickets for their employees and send someone -' Luebke Fred McElroy, Berme McFadden, Charles McKeown, Gene Matthews ...
to pick up the dinners.Jim Duncan in charge of food procurement, ,John Miller, Fred Mueller, Bob MUllins and Mark Mullins.
,. ,.,' ) stated the new menu consists of chicken potato salad,cole slaw and rolls, Larry Noegel John Nolan, Glen Norman Lavern Outlaw Kent Petelle, r
," and would be served to the takeout customers. George Pierce, Tim Rearick, Dolph Reddish Drew ReddiSh", Freeman ,Group:charge
Miller stated this year's proceeds will go toward Rotary International's Register III,James Rogers, and Barney Ruckdeschel. I 99 per person
effort to eradicate polio in the world. The local club has had a fund-raising David Sikes,Tom Slade, David Smith,Jr.,Ai Stefanelli, Ken Teal Clyde
:' project chaired by Tom Slade,and the proceeds from this event will also go Terwillegar, Doyle Thomas. J.E.. fomlinson, John .forode,. Neil, fucker,;
toward the polio fund. Pat Welch Orian Wells and,Wayne; Wmtfen. We
._ use
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Mar 24 through Mar 27
Gold Head & Delivery

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CCC celebration to com .S, ?
spring fling DA
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,historic accomplishments.Folk ; --
crafts, displays, old tool and o Low Back& Leg S. '
turpentine demonstrations and nfflt, --r 249 Marigolds
music will be the order of the day A 101Wrr
food concession will be operated by RICHARD TULLER '
the Boy Scouts. Admission is free ,i. LOO.ORQ tNICr
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Hf:- T Antique Show a ,Big Success For Women's Club -'" 'I

By Mark Frledlln i the show was a"glass repair"booth, while browsing through the booths. Woman's Club members were
BCT Staff Writer 'where small nicks and chips were Members said they were pleased helpful and busy as they scurried
The Woman's Club of Star-He's smoothed by an expert from Waldo. with the crowds at their "Kountry about in their special outfits whit AUTOIXURAXCBAO.XCY
lath Annual Antique and Collectible "'fhllla one of the finest events of Kitchen" which served home-made and strawberry red,
Show and Sale March 17-22 was a big Its type I've' seen in this area," Mrs. meals daily, plus soup, chili and Tickets for the show doubled as a of STARKB
success, with large crowds of antique Jasmine Booth said. She was sandwiches for the lighter touch. 'chance at some valuable door prizesas
lovers on hand at the Bradford visiting from Gainesville "There is Most folks thought the dessert was well, of silver, as weU as the PIP LIAB COLLISION
County Fairgrounds north of the city a wide variety of Items to choose the best,however,when they sampled grand prize drawing,which was held
on U.S.:: 301. from., .i the famous Bradford County Sunday afternoon. PAYMENT PLAN (934-23$)
The 1988 Show featured over 40 exhibitors There was more the Strawberry strawberries and the Strawberry The Antique and Collectible Show
filling two buildings with a' Boutique, featured "Whtta ,Shortcake served at the show and Sale is a major fundraiser of the
wide,,variety of Items and just about Elephant" items garnered by club Another dessert booth, offered Woman'i Club of Starke the proceeds Karen McMonlgle 218 N. TEMPLE AVE
everything a collector might desire. members for sale which included cheescakes,pies,tortes, meringues, are used to further the Club's AGENT STARKE FL 32091
There were Hummels, wooden items like potted plants and home- chocolate, white and yellow cakes many civic, charitable and educations '
ware and country tin, quilts and made goodies like divinity,penuche, and all sorts of,other tooth-tingling events which benefit the entire"'" i
coverlets, Teddy Bears, china 'sugared almonds, fudge,:to munch sweets. community
crystal, baskets, portraits, Depression
and Carnival glass, mirrors,
stamps and coins, restored as weir
is original condition furniture
books, vintage clothing, perioIcostume
Jewelry old and new

clocks, sterling and plate silver, ..
dolls and much more. ", ,
The show seems to grow in -
popularity each year, attracting a ; "
large,crowd of collectors who come SHOPPING WITHWinnDixie' '. : -
from all over North Florida and ONE STOP ,

Georgia to the local Woman's Club ,.
big event,which is held in two large '
display buildings at the County r' y
Fairgrounds. ;;;
Again this year a big attraction of .

We've w .

Set ,Designed toTramn
Survey '
The' enioYiiaureuiisr

Fish ft
Ultimate p..o-: w TY

On LakesBass ,,Supermarket ar


and Sampson fisherman might on be Lakes in for Rowell a sur fOR ,) ,8 A.M. 10 P.M. \

prise when landing their next catch: "

waters Swimming are around bass wearing in the, yellow lakes' YOU' SUNDAY PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:, '; '

i dart-tags.'The tags are part of an on-going 8 A.M. 9 P. M. M"s"Y.MYdYC.MIOG0p STARKE ,1M.e.N.F
i ,study by the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission to learn more
about bass movement in Rowell and ,.
Sampson Lakes,also to evaluate the,
response of fish populations to her' bicide treatment and removal of,
'hydrtlla,"said Wes PoraK, fisheries,
scientist,with the Commission. :;: MAKE IT A SPECIAL EASTER !CHEESE 1-
Fishermen catching a largemouthbass ( WITH FLOWERS FROM THE t
wearing a tag near the end of I
the dorsal fin are requested to call' : i FLORAL SHOP i1 ,SHOPPE MOVIES
the Commission's Lake City office at iakt
'1-800-342-8105.. The tag,Wilt bear a I .
S-digit fish tag number on one side 1' ,
and the toll-free number on the other ,EASTER LILIES -. .. -. & I. + +- A World of Good Taste!

side.Porak stressed that fishermen can, s.EASTER TULIPS '. '.. .. $4' VIDEO
keep or release the fish, at theangler's
6 \ In WINN-DIXIE Cheese Shop we to gonna wake up
discretion. Community State
l Fishermen calling to give information EASTER MUMS.3" your tastebuds with a spectacular array of delicious RENTAL Bank

are requested to report location MMOTI0WM.T.aMMP.JUimM4TV MIAaTrltVMUIT-......MTM CAMBV i imported cheeses from around the world.Or choose from.a .
r where, fish is caught. When tasty variety of domestic cheese made right here at OVER 100 tan1.l.J I i t *

t caught, tag number and if fish was, .EASTER.$LOOMS.r i''.,," '. home! Well even give you a sample\ !,Stop by.WINN! """r New QY OB FROM.SlI; rwl rk81 Bart*'".**
kept<< or released. E('ECT
DIXIE'S Cheese Shop today for a world of good taste! at WlnrvCHxl

RecordBroken Fish FISHERMAN'S for Compliments WHARF in the Om 10.000 Ere vdafF Lon: Pn''t's tc Choose From, .1.1flOC

Hunter -
By airnsc.aaxF@LiEAS


A deer killed in January,1959,by a
farmer north of Sneads near the -
Alabama line haS been recognized CM FILLETS 79
H by the Game and Fresh Water Fish $179LeSIfEIIR L$3
'Commission as the largest non-
,typical buck ever killed in Florida., LL 449p N8 9 A OI.I,

'the rack has 29 measurable points p
and scored 186 inches)on the Boone' IIOISII''. --
and Crockett scoring system. It has "
PORK ft BEANS .3 9ssT
17 points on the right side and 12 on p '. =
the left and measures 23 7/8 inches, $241UI.MII PEAS mWe '
'at its widest point. LL HEEl BEANS .3 '1",
... .', = ,A.
The ''deer "was killed 'by'1 Henry STEAKS ---- ,
Brtnson on his 500-acre( homestead ._ 57SHNBELT SWEET PElS 3THRIFTY $! "
a' ,almost by accident. Henry's grandson .: t. ." 1 Ye.e......Mal Ywa . .. =
Y, -: $51.
T. L. Bnnson, now lives on the -
old farm and relates how'Henry killed is.OtUmiTULU MAID CHI 3 = $| toMUFFIN

the deer. al.-LM ,

'"Henry left' the house about' '''rl': 1\., rim.raao.
daybreak< that morning and went 1i'; TOWELS 47" -v_
." ::
squirrel hunting on foot ma stand) of $11. --- ;1iF !
water oaks down behind the house.- 'ta

He didn't >kill any squirrels ,and ''I MAC ft CHEESE ,..4' ::= *1" cofs MIX
8 started bacK to the
about ajn.
We piadlysteam
1 house, figuring on doing some plow- your, seafood

sage Ing when patch the"' Bnnson buck jumped said. up'in a ;purchases FREE of charger TOMATO, SOUP .' . ':: 11-, I'

Henry shot the deer one time ru.
with his"Remington shotgun .' .,. ,=
4 shot, said the younger Brinson
who was then 20 years old.'. $ WE WANT TO CASH
i, 1'. L; Bnnson, who lived with his rtw.Aw"
grandparents, remembers that his YOUR CHICKS! ''
granddaddy came and got''turn to IEL ATE' KELLHG'S PtP TARTS : *1" ,
help drag the deer the .quartermileto ALL THAT IS REQUIRED IS A WUJO '
.The buck was butchered and the, n MAIN RICE ... w'S3-
; skull and antlers were left outsidefor .....au..ar..nMILLER

I I was months put In a before safe place the,rack finally' 'SIMPLfAND QUICK'CAIMCIIS 89IT BEER . ., :: =2"

1 T.L. says although his granddaddy w/Moat MU MVfKVf*CMH CMCCMS WITH A ITL
I died in 1979, was proud of NJO"'--Of'OCODOM anew uctnec PONt '
dy, who '
the rack,no thought was ever given "-"I. etudes Km tut AMOUNT or'PUMCHMM Jt
HO cwwac
to having the rack mounted or seeking
publicity. ,,_ttaoo NOCJJWWJCMM The Buns HamburgerLomU!!!
The massive rack probably would, A .Fta.aaNCAN
we Wk&CAIN nYeaa ga1C.e-a.rau roe ---
have remained obscured from OMU MM A YOYelat__ NINES MOV MM MeBaw
public knowledge had it not been for, ----_. HAMMWKRPal.
Joe Paul,a retired Air Force master IT- CUE MIXESL70
sergeant now living in Panama City.
Paul-- who hunts with a part on FROZENYOGURT "
Brtnson's'and surrounding lands, ,
$ .:
recently brought the, previously ., oo --
unknown rack to the Game and 2J109iBEN
rI Fresh Water Fish Commission'sPanama
City office for scoring.'
With a score of 186, the Bnnson .
rack will be the only known non- The taste of ice cream with ...-

1 typical the Boone Florida and rack Crockett that will scoring meet ,the healthy difference.Imagine TIM SU ,

minimum for national recognition. having the rich smooth flavor and IETEIIHIT't. TIll
For the 2Oth awards period of 1986 texture of' ice
premium cream with 1/3
through Crockett Club 1988,requires the Boone nontypical and fewer calories.That's exactly what you' get $

Florida racks to score at least 185 with. delicious Colombo Frozen Yogurt. S99 $121i
I and typical racks 100. Self Serve Machine 1
Here in Florida, Brtnson's deer \t. SIZE tAfl
edge out a 181 nontypical rack located near Cheese Shop
taken by W.U Hunt in ,Calhoun Y
County in 1V70. -
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Bradford Hospital's'Financial Problems are Common to' ther'Rur, i Operations, Better Occupancy Rates M.ay Be Part'of the'Answerby

Buster Rahn itiated, but raising rates doesn't rates 16 percent higher''and infant in which there is no hospital.On were found to be operating under hours per day with physicians:Since
BCT Sun WriterIn seem to be an option at this tune. mortality rates 15 percent higher the surface, it looks as though considerable financial stress 1981, f of 20 hospitals have ended
operation for about a t howl The answer lies in attracting more than rural counties with hospitals. every county shoulcj have a hospital Rural hospitals have traditionally their obstetrics programs. Inpatient
Bradford Hospital has not reachedfinancial residents to using the facility, and Rural accident death rates are 26 with residents eager to support the provided emergency medicine, occupance rates have declined from''
'security, and remains ,limit patients from leaving town, percent higher In rural counties facility and subscribe to its services. obstetrical care, and In-patient 62 percent In 1982, to 44 percent in
dependent 'on its parent company, more especially those who can be without hospitals.! This Is not the case. treatment for common illnesses
Santa Fe Health Care Systems treated' as well in Starke as Rural counties with hospitals have SFHCS says the prognosis for These services are now in jeopar- Hospital administrators point to a
(SFHCS) for financial assistance.Low elsewhere.In physician to population ratios 2.4 .rural hospitals! Is not ,good. ''For dy.Due number of problems facing rural
occupancy rates, approx-. a recent survey. Santa Fe times greater than those rural counties many rural hospitals, business as to resource constraints and a hospitals today.! Sharply declining
Imately 33 percent, cannot provide Health Care Systems (SFHCS) without hospitals. usual is not practical in the healthcare scarcity of physicians, only 60 per- occupancy rates, constrained in-
sufficient funds to meet expenses. Inbme.t'cha.1Le. found that rural counties;'without It is extremely difficult to get doctors environment of the late 1960s. cent of Florida's rural hospital come due to Medicare ,and other
.will _nave ,to be In- hospitals have, low-weight birth/ to locate in a rural community Half of Florida's rural hospitals emergency rooms! ,are. staffed .24 third' party reimbursements
,"reforms" small physician staffs
liability concerns, high levels of baddebts

expensive charity write-offs, .....
and the leakage of patients to urban
hospitals are problems that threaten
the existence of some rural
I ', '
:".1"" I' Hospitals are one of the largest
employers in rural areas. They
'. foster economic development and
'growth, and they make substantial
UNBEATABLE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES contributions to local economies.A .

hospital, like the school system,
is widely viewed as integral to the
welfare of rural communities.

Local Situation.,

wra1 )Homestyle .. Bradford Hospital does not cost''
oL' OLD RMMMN LIMON.r WMM CflUtt residents of the county any; ad
PIUIII $ 99 Cookln from valorem. tax funds, not even for indigent -''
,. 2 Wlnn-Dfcde's care. Prior to being taken
,CAKES ,.'. .' ,SIll Deli-Bakeryf{ over by SFHCS, the county paid
MnTI-u.DIU! n...--.W,.nj-frtm, substantial sums for patient care of

TURKEY $ .. =='::5.- = residents unable to pay who for treatment.were, financially In 1987,

T- 3 '._............sMy_ .Bradford Hospital furnished
Y IIIEIST ./... LI. ....__.........c.I.. residents with in-patient
._..... .... $288,205
'aaoltae we**turn a HOT TO oo" ... 0.0. wry .w
CHOICII WMOUI. M UKID nWNCM.r .,U'stir,. care gratis, written off as chanty .
IIIST BARBECUE ITALIAN a: Bradford Hospital contributed
19c $1,300,000 to the local economy in
BEEF CHICKENS BREAB . ., SS 1987* paid as salaries to approxImately .
100 full and part time

;"i. \ ,$ 21 employees.Unfortunately, for the year 1987,
$3" 2 $500 2 Bradford Hospital wrote-off$535,626

<:.'.:': "' LI" FOR SANRWICHES r ,EACH 'Gents in bad who debts failed accrued to pay by for former services.pa-

Hospital Administrator Tim
ReancK,says the hospital classifies
asal admission, recognizing
patients upon
PRICES GOOD THURS.,. WED.,,MARCH 24-301888; a'a ej charity cases upon entry The'
bad debts are owed by people whose
.. entry 'records indicate they are,
HARVEST FRESH'WASHINGTON .financially able to pay their debts.,
WHOLE or RIB HALF STATE 'Some bad debts are incurred by,
SLICED fREE W-O, LEAN SPECIAL TRIMMED WHOLE. RED Of GOLDEN people who fail to pay for charges
above the amount paid by their In-
surance earners. Some people consider
,." their bills paid when the insurance -,
I LOINS, HAMS : settlement is made, even,
\ though the insurance carrier may

Ir t1- pay, only owing 80 percent 20, percent leaving of the the insured -'

f ; $ 1 7 i hospital charge. ,
98 Persons who refuse to pay their
48C bills..may be jeopardizing future
hospital care. Administrator
':," LB. L LB. Reanck said Bradford Hospital at-
tempts to collect bad debts through
.-wau.......rrlu w.UAH apMM IMMMO MMW porno w*uum F.OY TMMM BUTT ramiM -- contacts with the individual., If
PORK LOINS. .. .'."JI" i, :,1 3TML I Smoked Ham 1M Smoked Ham *1"SHOHLRER POTATOES .'. : .. .. .:: 08Hallran.11.r1 results are not satisfactory, the account -; 1,1;
"' p .1 I I .. will be turned over to a collection -
agency. As a final resort the
hospital will take the case to court,'

t; Ts.. CHOICE BEEF \\D I WE SELL ONLY AGED I HARVEST FRESH and The seek hospital a judgment.haSa;. number.of.
judgments on file.
__sI.-w.u.; : rm...... ___._ : saft A person who refuses to pay a
.hospital bill may find himself being,
$_ Pag 7


nnutndTRlMOJT PORK BARTLETT Kr1w.r P11..K PEARS ,,5$0 Armed Forces

[ CHOPS PICNICS CIIBIIE. '. :., '. . 'u. 15- Area Update

I BONE .t>> PuRK $27 87 < HI1M./-r/CARROTS. '. ,. '. r ., .4'$1"1 "-"l

5w.1wra5.... Hottinger ServingIn
La Mediterranean'

MUSHROOMS ,. ., . m 110 'Navy Fireman Darren 'L. Hot-
tinger son of Robert and Joan Hupp
LLlulwn.1 t.o.l.a1..ro/a lntw 'of Melrose, recently departed for a
CHiPS. r W-O 51AHO CHOICII1IONILa" w.MW.0ICE six month deployment to the
... r MILK Mediterranean Sea aboard the air-
Hmmrmo momtMm cur mom KM*um ---- BOTTOM ROUND craft carrier USS Dwight 0,
LONDON BROIL. $27 "'s' 'Olt ROASTSLICED or SHERBET Eisenhower,homeported in Norfolk,
'. ..( Va '

COUNTRY STYLE RIBS *2>T < The ship relieving the USS Coral
La $197 ,,HALF 99 '''Sea. This cruise is the first major
I for the USS Eisenhower
LILMO SAL deployment
PORK_ CHOPS .' . $111 since following returning an 18 month to the overhaul.A Atlanta Fleet.

1985 graduate of Hawthorne
MauL51 r Waal' 1.5rn r,1lsOiaAME, High School> Hottinger "joined.the

.W4sIRUIN BOLOGNA ". ,. .. $131 JUICE. ,.;. '= *1 or' X .Navy in Sept.-1986.Kowieski'Completes.


t STEAK IILIIII ., . .,'.. La. $141 YINNIE'S' PIZZA. '. '.- ,." M 99 Navy Recruit Training
-- -- M..
Navy Seaman Recruit Douglas
,$ : ENTREES '$1M ,Kowieski.son of Lillian J. Kowieski
s. ; $297 BOLOGNA or FRANKS 1"I BANfUET .:,' = ''of Lake Butler.' has completed

M recruit training at Great Lakes, II.

d'-' CHOPPED' HAM.. ,,. 'ut, $211 I ,WHIPPED"TOPPING ,2s' $141 cle During, he studied the eight-week general military training sub cy''

tthedresacademic prepare him for
r and on-the-job
ua05 ro.sra.wIDa .La PK0.E' HKKCMVMIUT training In one of the Navy's basic'
A 1987 graduate of Gordon
; f LEB BARTERS IIIIMuL Technical High School in Chicago,
a L Kowieski joined the Navy In October,

3fC 99ORANfE < of Pfc.1987.Paul. Ferreira'

UL .. flfll i ; Completes Training

.i Marine Pfc. Paul N.Ferreira, son'
"of'Anne and stepson of Ronald I.
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-wrr Robertson of Keystone Heights, has'
I 1 1'U "( 1.I 1.-- I $241' been meritoriously promoted to his
GOOD ONLY a WlNN-tXXIE I ,JUICE ,. : present rank upon graduation from
ALL titiUilET1E8COCACOLA AM Kasrrssssr.ssOfllt -.--.-... -....- recruit training at Marine Corps''
f I aarjsaaataaaa a'ffT.-..:::. .11- ,Recruit Depot in Parris Island,S.C.
+ t Liter bottle 7S sass-- .1 LIIIIIIIII GEESE : Ferreira received the early promotion '
iofoi.e -a
product shown. fS 1wrr for his superior performance
HIlL 5ge ::r.-cr::."'& CHEESE during all phases of the llweektrainU1g
ilL' ;S I'.II II. CIT IASE '. = cycle which emphasized

WITH COUPON'' ..!fi I Ippfl --- .3. $111, physical teamwork.conditioning, ,selfdisciplineand

W REGULAR MICEKMiMMUBS IL 01 "IUIIIE ,. . :. He Is a 1987 graduate: of Keystone
---- ---------- School.
Heights High
..Lit.. Cpl. Anthony CraigOn
:: .::...- BATER Duty in Calif.

;.', 25 % OFF SirNi'1'Nwiaar Marine Lance Cpl. Anthony W.
Craig I son of Emmett R. and
e,: '.- SMNPN i.a..aarL.l.Lan Carolyn B.Craig of Starke, recently
ENTIRE| SELECTION OF reported for duty with lit Marine.
JB RJB B NBRRl ,Division at ap19P79ulduaatte
97 Cpl. Craig' of
3 EASTER CARDS $341 Baker County High School la MaceJennY. -'
sus : 7< Joined Uw Mario.Corps la
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.If/ News Briefs 0"J' --.

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Grand Jury Indicts 'disorderly Intoxication and Edwin on five years probation to run con February 1 '
Cooper Haywood was arrested for currently. For the charge of opposing ,
Williams For MurderThe Horace R. Knowles pled guilty ", ,
retail theft according to Patrolman arrest without violence he was violation of for ,
Bradford County grand jury'' Short. At jiresa Urn all three wen placed 011 probation for one yeer. ment probation fraud unemploy-
compensation ; placed on
Issued an indictment against Joe awaiting first appearance Inmate Jimmy Yawn pled guilty community control 24 months HANDI-H USE PORTABLE BUILDINGS
escape and was sentenced to 12 ,
months -
PerneU WUliama also known aa followed
by one year probation.'
'Joseph DeSue, for the January 16 Traffic DOC, consecutive to sentence NO DOWN PAYMENT !- !:-
murder of Willie Dell. Stanley Lee Whitehead,36,was ar- now serving. '
Dell was found dead in his home at rested March 19 for driving under influence Inmate William Barber pled guilty FHP.Troopers Good Selection to Choose From '

1 p.m. Sunday January 17. He was (DUD according to Sgt. W, ,escape and was sentenced to 12 mon- Continue License, We also have C&C Mlnj-Storage facilities/ I
tied to his bed and had been beaten C. Reno. He was released after a, ths DOC" consecutive: to time now Vehicle I
about the head and body, according $362.80 surety bond was posted. serving.Ronnie Inspections Hwy,30l South
L. David enteged a plea of Bradford /
to investigators. Two firearms County
Pell wallet and his vehicle were Steve Newton Roberson, 25, of' no contest to burglary of a structure The Florida 964-8848 I ,
Patrol will
March for and was sentenced to DOC ,
missing from the home. Georgia was arrested 19 2Vt years
be conducting driver license and -
Williams, 30, had gone to Dell'shome driving ,while license suspend followed by 2tt years probaton. vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-: '
Saturday, January' 18 for,,a (OWLS), according to Patrolman March' 'ing the week of March 25 through -
hair cut and was later seen drivingthe Danny Thrift. He was released after 7 March 31 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230,
victim's car.The car,abandonedon a$210 surety bond was posted., Inmate Ronnie Gialtard was found SR-18, SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, ." -
US-301 in Hawthorne was located guilty of battery of law enforcement CR-22S CR-125, t CR-229. CR-231 MOBILE'HOME .
and witness testimony led Henry Rictory Owens 41, of Put, officer and sentenced to five years CR-227, CR-221, CR-230 and CR bOOA '
authorities to Williams in Webster. nam County was arrested March V. DOC to run concurrent with time, in Bradford County.Recognizing .
Williams was additionally charged for DWLS according to Sgt. Reno, now serving the danger presentedto -
in the indictment with possession He was released after a $210 surety the public by'defective vehicle
of a firearm by a felon, grand theft bond was posted. February'n equipment Troopers will concentrate
ill of spectficed property (two their efforts on vehicles SPECIALMOBILE
Keith Howard Redding pled guilty being
Martin Allen Braswell,22, of Clay'
counts) with his bond set at$20,000.He arrested March 20 forDWI.S. forgery: uttering a bank check; operated with! defects such as bad
is being held on the County was according to PatroLman sentenced to three'' years DOC. brakes, worn tires and defective HOME 3 TON $1 1 OZT -
premeditated first degree murder lighting In addition, attention '
He released followed! by five years probation to I I
Charles Carter. was 7O
without bond. CENTRAL AIR
charge run concurrent.. will be directed to driven Installed ,
after a $210 surety bond was posted Michael West was found guilty who would violate the driver license A topnxjtch unit designed Subject to availability I

Recent ArrestsIn Recent AccidentsIn 'grand theft II; placed on five years' laws of Florida. for' moires iTOrTles.SingleMde .
Bradford County probation make restitution $240., The Patrol has found these checkpoints Priced fromGAS
,Bradford CountyA seek evaluation BUGC to be an effective means of enforcing I

The following arrests were madein New'River Annex Inmate waa 'Neil Norman Golden pled no con- the equipment and driver'
Bradford County by local slightly injured when be was pinned test to violation of probation for license laws of Florida while Insuring
authorities. against the trailer behind the work burglary of a structure; probation the protection of all motorists. & APPLIANCES

Axel Barnes truck Monday morning. continued. Union County 332 W. MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
Dwayne 28, was arrested Julian Detain, 25, was taken by
March 20 for building a bonfire Rescue to Bradford Hospital suffering February 22' The Florida Highway Patrol will -
resisting arrest without be conducting driver, license and
from a slight punchure to 'Scott Moran and
pled guilty sale
violence.. Bond was set at $500, be
vehicle during
his right, thigh, according to delivery of controlled substance inspection checkpoints '
,was released on his own ; the week of March 25
Paramedics Jerral Johnson and Dan, sentenced through '
to Badford County Jail for .
recognizance. March 31 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231 t' ...
Cuddington.)' He was ,treated, and 198 days with credit for time served, ,
released. SR-241, SR-238, CR.l.81' CR-237 .' .
Jackie Carolyne Jones, 25, of Mid- concurrent with Duval County case -
The inmate was standing behind followed by two 'CR-229. CR-12S, CR-23LA, CR-24A
dlebufg was arrested March 21 for the truck in front of the Women's years probation. and CR-796A, in Union County.
possession of drug paraphernalia.Bond Club' on Walnut St. when Evelyn
was set at(500 she was released
Stump Griffin attempted to park,according
on her own recognizance. to Patrolman Jeff Johnson.
Griffin foot slipped from the brake
Alonzo Charles Lewis, 52, was ar onto the acclerator causing her vehicle -
,rested March 21 for possession of to roll Into Detain, pinning him
drug paraphernalia.Bond was set at against the trailer. Get your FREE spinal

$500, she was released on her,own Griffin wa cited for failure to use examination vv/thls ad '

recognizance. due car In the 11:18 a.m. accident 3 PAY, oNLY !
March 21.Jamea only. $55.00 usual fee. .
Edwin Cooper Haywood, 40, was (includes neurological and orthopedic testingIn
arrested March 21 for trespass of a Walter Todd 45 of Starke '
addition to spinal exam.). !
structure-conveyance. Bond was set continues therapy and receiving r URs.' FRI SAT
,at ssoo, he was released. on his own' ,medical attention for a neck injury DANGER. SIGNALS' of s

recognizance., resulting from a Feb.,4 accident.A "Pinched Nerves" ARCHVALUES Zze,
1982 Oldsmobile was eastboundon ,
.Clifford arrested Coley March, Jr.:,27, of Law ey Sft-16 at 4:59: p.m.when the vehicle '2.t.,t B..40d._,...k. F.l. S T.", Hip Tight r.M ln...l..

,/was 20 on a capias overtook a 1980 Toyota pickup J. ....../...' r.l. t.',rlm' Dws L.as
charging grand theft-auto.Bond was ,driven by Todd, which was slowing 4. M.... I,... It.; N.ck P.I.s. .
1 set at $soo, he was'released on his prior to making a left turn.' The N....... ,. B.mt.,II Numb Flittr .

own recognizance. Oldsmobile, driven bY' William .i. ,DIliUMi 13.,.Numb TMI
David Hurse, 57, attempted to slow UP TO 29.99
Henry' Edward Wilkes ,was ar- for the Toyota but slid on the rain Find, out now whether careful, professional chiropractic :
rested March 19 on a capais charg- slick roadway into the rear of the care can"relieve aches and pains."
ing failure to according to'I
appear pickup. Hurse was cited for failure
Investigator'David Adherolt, Bond Most Insurances accepted Call for
I to use due care, according to appointment marked down to
1 was set at$5,000. He was released. on Trooper W. M. Abrams.

his own recognizance.Karogers<<; Damage to the Toyota was 4000. ,STARKE ,CLINIC .,964-8018

Randall,.'38, was ar-., Damage 1500. ,to the' Oldsmobile. was, '864 N./TEMPLE AVE. (Across'from Pizza Hut) .

''crack rested cocaine March: ,18 possession for possession of cannabis of- ", '" Ttiornas Mullan Our dlto policy k)'Tl .pd tem and any other pptyfnm "Mr" ptymrt'IM' a VfHI'U MUM to p f.cfned : :' '$$6o a*$$8a 8' ." $, ;
March t Michael oOmMpontfcto N' 7 to'IAIf/ !.
,,possession according of to drug Patrolman paraphernalia 26 high, of Arkansas rate of was speed travelling on a at 1967 a*, .wk alwlhinnhauroal--lngtoIM1ootNnI1a a.k.nMwMrf lor paymnl tor any, .*th...'fr..*.oc M"..to.....(..untuHon which k pvtoimd or tmtminLCleopatra's m a' ': .

Michael McClain. was set at a Kawasaski motorcycle near Lett's '
total of$3,000,he was released on his Store in Hampton when he left the'
1, own recognizance. roadway and collided with several

r vehicles parked in a yard. Mullan ,
Ronald Lloyd Byers 33, was ar- '
was charged with driving under in- 'S
rested crack cocaine March,, carrying 17 for possession a concealed of fluence in the accident,according to New Merchandise ,Brought In I

a ,weapon Patrolman(Susan knife)WUkerson.,, according He was to Trooper Mullan Clark refused Williams.treatment for his Upholstery & Auto Trim Shop or This Sale, !!! I

Injured left arm and side but was
released after a $2,000 surety bond later taken to Bradford Hospital by

was posted. the trooper. His blood alcohol 'content 304 E. Call St. Starke 964-7014

Kary Frederick Padgett, 25, was was .11 percent::
Owned & Donna Belnert
arrested March 17 for possession of Operated by \\ if

crack cocaine, according to Six Sentenced '
,Patrolman McClain He was released Quality Counts'FREE'
March 15
after,a $1,000. surety bond was

posted., Circuit,Court Estimates FREE Delivery

Steven 'Mark Doss, 21,' was arrested :The following defendants appeared .
before Judge Stephan P.
r March 16 for violation of .
Ii, ,Mickle in Bradford County Circuit )
+ .
r according to Deputy EugeneLee. r
He was released after a $1,000 Court March 14,their cases received Now Presenting SOIL SHIELD PLUS ::%..l4..

surety bond was posted.\ final disposition. ,w/DUPONT Teflon, Fabric r + f /12 ,

Robert Claude Jordan was'found J 452 N.' i
'Paw'Andrew ,
McCloud,20,was arrested
.. guilty 'of,uttering a forgery and Guarantee
March 17 for aggravated I Lifetime
sentenced to 3V4 in the Depart ,
t ,assault possession of drugparapl'Ierna1la. ment of Corrections.' The sentence Starke: FL
battery on law enforcement ,
'will be followed by 1V4 years probation
officer, resisting arrest and he u to make resitution of \
and haul r9645772
with violence carrying a concealed ,$975.. Jordan was placed on five We clean garages, I
assault ,
weapon of crack cocaine, according possession to ,years probation (consecutively) fora away 'the trash '
of bank
,Patrolmen Scott Allen and Kathy second count' forgery,
Mercer.Bond was set at 10000. He check.
Oscar Raymond Gates!: was found
,remain in custody guilty manufacturing cannabis and /

Edward Lee Hart, 34,' was arrested ,given three years probation' under '
: March 17 for expired tag, ,court supervision. Johnson
Patrick was
of cannabis,possession of /Lawrence
crack cocaine, according to Lt.''John found guilty of grand theft,placed on
He released his ,five years probation and ordered to DISPLAY
'Hodges.recognizance.was on own make restitution. SEE OUR 'PACER BOAT

bebra Gann 30 arrested Change of Plea ,
} March 21 on a capias charging grand Van Harold Prescott entered"'a' /
theft, according to Lt., Glen Moore. plea of no contest to aggravated battery -' AT 'THE CLAY COUNTY FAIR-MARCH 29 APRIL
Bond was set at$500 she was releas- and was sentenced to three

ed on her own recognizance.. ,years DOC to run consecutive: with
federal time now serving. '
John Mitchell Brown was arrested Michael Renard Davis pled no Ii JAVJ7RMEK
March 22 for aggravated battery contest U sale and delivery of a controlled OUTBOARDS
r 1 according to Patrolman Mack Short. substance, possession of a
Vernon Todd was ,arrested for'' controlled substance and was placed


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'March 24.1988 TELEGRAPH n..TIMES_ *_.MONtTn._...._n--__H SECTION Page Tft
,< ': ", "' .'' ".1' ,,' ; .y""t, 'I, ,; Dixon Wins.
,, .
'". ,, ,..,.ii31. ,, ,41,'';. I'".."P.''"\\"-',' I ',!,, "' ','J," ", '." ;. ..'
: Improvement '
/i .!HI <"'1; ;, rili'L; ,. I-
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I 1"rc1,1':". ,i' :,<1<,11'i ', ,\ Award from CC i f i<\';jL:: :; : "
'.( -. ,. "' "i'' ", "
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", "' 'I'', I II Dixon's Plumbing.. Electrical and .
Air Conditioning business has been WOOD
operating in Starke for the past FENCING(
yearn. and is now expanding into' CHAIN
1 2) Orange Park. .! ''LINK
Warren Dixon and his wife Nancy .
Canlngton Dixon, visited family in "
Starke and decided they liked the '
town and area enough to relOf ate : Screen Rooms
here.They formerly lived in Baxley ;} $3:-
<,Ga.. and continue to operate a :,:; ; RW. ;: I. Car Ports
business there Dixon has been plumbing and air conditioning for : : : : : :- .Skirting
the past 22 years. lliX ......AA. ,
Dixon said theirs is a family : : 0 RoofOversAwnings
business, with his daughter and son- I o ;
in-law, Tammy 'and Dana Coss
operating the Orange Bark business.
Dixon's is located at 1520 S. SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED
Walnut St., across from KOA Cam- ,
pgrounds, on US-301S.. IIHhIIDlHiIllI, II
The award was> 'presented by II
Bruce Scott, chairman of the 'I ': ', : U '
firadlord-Starke Chamber of Com-- : ; 11jjj '473-7676

,. "" merce Awards Committee. ", ,

':! ,' rit11:7F: Tennis'Instruction Free Estimates ,. Expert installation

'"".;,, ',I:,',,' :\:: Starke or Keystone
'I" '
.. ': ,, Private Lessons JARVIS
'.'Ie i. ,, ,,\,' $10 per hour'OR _
..,:. ',;,, .,. .I ., Learn with a Friend FENCE & ALUMINUMChain
For $5 each.
'. ', '
., Call Mark at Link'Wood & Farm Fencer;
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I;;.;,; ..'"." 473-4380 or 964-6305 Keystone Heights 100 West

ii i *- i n r-.'u--=.,''-.*-.:,.- ry. ...if.,*,"r..A_"":.''g.-"I\"l" -'"',":. E-Z WHEELS

Improvement Award... ',;. 1320 N. Temple Ave.' Starke
Bruce Scott prewnU the Bradford Improvement Award for March to Warren Dixon In front of DUon't Plumbing 964-7783, Qt&ncCds Shear'Design,
', ''I'' '." ," :
Electrical ,
" : and Air Conditioning<< building j. ";:1;
..' .. ',' The Bradford Starke Chamber of Commerce make tbe award each month.' > : I' .' Buy Here Pay Here Presents

! ">>(>.))"1":,:I"" Hospital Woes'' .. ', ;. I We Finance f! Mr Tim tit

.-- ., I from page aB '81 Phoenix2drV6, '

: Extra: Nice!, In Celebration
refused service at a later time. Administrator Many'people: particularly ,older available locally, thereby requiring t. "
Rearick said Bradford residents have been going to their them to by-pass the local facility.) $495.,Down E-Z Payments,
" Hospital IS legally required to treat physicians in Gainesville ,or ? Some patients simply, prefer th 'Mr Tint Offers f PERM
>emergency cases only which means"lifethreatening" Jacksonville for many ,years-and urban hospital even though the loca 1'I, '78 Subaru. 4spd.:. ,a'$30$ regJ4Q.:$ (
situations. Other. are reluctant to make a change facility can provide excellent care '
wise the person with an unpaid account ''therefore, they continue' to use' nearer home. runs/Iopks new: 38,000, true
will be advised to seeK service, hospitals in urban settings.. What Is being 'done to keep Brad- 'milesl I
elsewhere. Some patients require specialists, ford Hospital functional fo be con-,' "
Medicare- Medicaid insurance ,or",special.equipment that are not.* tmued... .$295. Down E-Z Payments 964-4151,
,", companies and other third party '79 Toyota Corrola
have to a new system of ..,
payers gone
...... '-
'- payment called -Prospective Pay, Station Wagon, auto, air
ment System" (PPS), in Which pay..# ,$495 Down E-Z Payments :118 S, Thompson 'St.
ment is made for a fixed number of A4L- ,in Merle Norman Bldg..
r" days for the malady. If the hospital
\\\r\""i;"r'", '; turns the patient out in fewer days it '77. Ford.T/Blrd snow white 71ft Cite to, qep!Iou col n.!gpoorll'PHONE '
receives the same amount as if.the w/greentrim. ,
':;' patient stayed the allowable number c9 oT S :Down E-Z
oxr ,$495. Payments
: ,;,. :,I'. 'Of days. If the patient stays longer, .
o the hospital is not paid for the additional \

The days.plan is'a.money saving device ,
I to encourage hospitajs to discharge! 'j ,
I patient* %rli:r. Vflule fPS save$,r, '
money for the third party payor, it 7 5 0
decreases have to be hospital made up revenues elsewhere-which. ll r. A HWY 121 North In Worthlngton Springs Look For Sign
' j,Americans live today in a litigious i l a BAs (Formerly Hitching Post) OPEN: 7:30AM to 6OOPM Mon-Sat
I' I" society in which the threat of being
: sued hangs ominously over hospitals Pf 1C located at 101 Edward Rd, Stark.M. :.
',' ,"', '.,.. and physicians. Disregarding the ....S.t 9,30-6.00 t FEED SEED FERTILIZER F08T8 IRE GATES ANIMAL HEALTH SUPPLIES' HARDWARE
reasons for the situation, the fact re:'
': mains the threat of being sued is o'9G45650
one of the reasons for the escalation :: 406-2603
:' of 'medical services. The cost of -'cv' yUif musts- 6-6-6 $$2,99 6-8-811 $$4,89

\ best liability and insurance unavailable is at prohibitive worst. at ,

',',,,, '; Low occupancy rates can be rationalized Nutrena.Feeds vegetable special
,or possibly explained but with minors ..
decreasing defies explanation .
occupancy tti r>* "er4.1a MUM .Maio. $501breg.$5,45$
except for PPS.

BU Scouts Journey'' 501b reg. $4.40 ,25$%Organic ,

Back to Camp Kateri
March, 11, 12, 13, more than 250 I

Girl weekend Scous campout.,enjoyed For many beautiful'it was FOREMOST Mw" PRICE, WISE Prices Sale 13 % ,Cattle ,Extender' lOOlbs.. DOG FOOD

the first time at Kateri and for all of GOOd
i us it was the first neighborhood spr- Thru Chunk Style' ,
ing campout and it' was a great comb ne'' to bring you $4.25
Mar.30 ,
weekend.The .
BradfordUnionNeighborhood LOWER PRICES!
scouts from '
shared the camping 5QIb reg.. :$4.85 JpX 4. :While,( ppll..II''f

",", experience in tents bunK houses the
,administrative units. .
Friday night, after registrationand CROWN CA'L'YERT SEAGRAMS '
setting up camp in the units, Gin' SEEDS :FOR 'SALE
everyone met in the Lodge for, ROYAL.E(7 RA
'square dancing with their favonte
caller Jim Duncan. It is surprisinghow /( '
quickly the'mass of scouts had Corn Beans Peas. Cucumbers Squash,' Watermelon Okra: Green .
the 'swing"of things and everyonehad -
a good time.Following 1 99, : Bulk-by Ounce or Pound, ,
the dancing popcorn 2" ,:99",6
.and punch was served during a .
The Special 750 '
special presentation.
Service Award certificate was BUY NOW Large:Dotted Roses
I presented to Mrs Duncan .with ,MARTINS 'E' & J SMIRNOFF ,

i provided thanks for square the several dancing years for he has the VVO' BRANDY VODKA, FOR SPRING PLANTING ,

scouts. SCOrCH 2 for $10
A certificate was also given to ,
Oleeta Hardenbrook who has served :'Vegetable' ,Flower& Houseplants"
so well as 'Weekend Chief for the '" .6 packs
BU campouts the past two years., 999 I
Saturday morning after breakfast 699' 899url
i a wide game had all scouts busy
,learning ga. 'with Joan Canton .
compass with Betsy Hersey crafts' 7SO .' LTR ,
with Debbie Broome Sharon Brooks American'MadeFIELDFENCE: Barn Poles' '
669,., with .
and Senior Troop songs '
\ ;
inI ouse' Specials'nc'I 1047
Nancy Spikes. ? : ,. : '
During the afternoon hiking, /; ins "
canoeing or exploring the camp was !\ {1t l/g : '. : 12.99 .: In Stock:
available to the different troops '1 1Baystreet $6695per ,
before the' Daisy scouts returned Canadtari':Age: ; ,5. 10.99
home and the older scouts returnedto :75 9.99 '
their units for free'! time and Rum : 330'rollPOST PIPE GATES

preparing their evening meal. "'.. 10' 12' 16'Xl3/4"plp I s
In celebration of Girl Scout Birthdays Playing( Every Fri Be Sat 9:00PM to :30AM '
play depicting members of the
Qavanlzad Painted
first scout troop gathering In 1952 to Seay: & Her Midnight
reminisce in Savannah forty years 'Lima'
after the first troop was formed. 8' $40.95 8' 37.95
Players were Laurie Mulllns Judy Express' Boys .

,.. Mary Dukes Looney Carolyn and Eaves.Cadette Debra Troop Goza 520. I 'Good Country MusiC 61f2'CCA/ ,3-31f2nPOST/ $$1.89 1. 9 10- |47.95 10' $45.95

A large birthday cake for 76 years _._. .
entertain- 301
highlighted the evening's 12' 52.95 ,12' !$49.95

Seniors breakfast Sunday. greeted morning campers a- (jungle thanks: Starke I 1.. mite North of Starke' on' US'3D1 61 f2'CCA-31IZ' 3 :4""'P PUST 'H ,$$2,15r 16' 66.95 16' $61.95

Then following unit checks OPEN;7" DAYS A WEEK ,
everyone beaded home. bred but I D. "
of for another cam- a
talking .
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub. ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile home I BEDROOM APARTMENT: kitchen oppi YARD SALE: mlsc, %furniture, baby Item, N1.mfbrStifil.: '
"milted to, the Bradford County !Vt mil. from city Nice neighborhood. lances and utilities provided. $310 clothe, kitchen .Items, etc. All day' .bS.. ; ..
telegraph office in writing and paid In 468.1323. 10/8TF month, $200 security. !544.W. Call St., Saturday t Sunday. 1135 Nell Court
advance unless creditIs ,already FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities 964-8523. Itpd 3/24 look for signs 964.2335 Thur.. Fri| Cecelia TerwiTleflar
established with this office. paid ''from $3r.50 per week, STATlIMPt.OVEES: need home close to night 964-7097 Sat. 8 Sun. Itchg 3/24
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELDRESPONSIBLE MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St., by Post your work? We .have clean mobile' SUNDAY ONLY Mar. 27 9 ant until
FOR MISTAKES IN Office. TF .... homes available. 4681323. 10/8 TF lawtey. Go 301 North to Hwy 123 CRYSTAL LAKE PERFECT BACHELOR PAD

,CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER. NEWLY DECORATED) everything furnish PINS FOREST APARTMENTS Now taking (next to Handy Way). Turn left. I!* ml. Log cabin furnished 1 Bedroom I ba,family room w/flrfplact, complete I
THE TELEPHONE. ed. Laundry facilities; Included. Video application for 3 BR apt, starting at on left. Prom dr..... and wedding equipped kitchen,' screened porch, deck with built-in seating
Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY, room available. Will accept on. child S200/mo. CH4A fully equipped kitchen gowns lot of other clothes, pius misc. capacity, dock, white sand beach Mt on the take.,Gorgeous vtewf,
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. no pets. Palm Apts., 2313 N. Temple' cable ready. 1WO W. Madison Item*. Itchg 3/24
Clasr,fled display' deadline Is TUESDAY, Av.., Stark 32091.10/2911' St., 9646312. Mon-Frl. ..5 p.m. Equal FRI a SAT. 8.30-6: p.m. Flower,'tomato .
8:00' P.M, Special' Classified display' TEN. MOBILE HOMES for rent: furnished Housing Opportunity. 1/14 TFchg' plant, tome furniture clothes, dolls, SUPER\ COMMERCIAll Great two story building corn. Calla Walnut SI.
'placement 1 I. NOT Guaranteed. or unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR. .TWO BEDROOM 1 bath block home, lots of misc. Items. W. 100 behind Ollns Total 3196 tq.ft., clean., excellent condition live upstairs, have a business '
Minimum chorg. for classified ad* I.I isIS 964-7498.il/19TFchg CHAA. nice' neighborhood.. Call Sales, look for signs Itchg 3/24 dowmtalra, Best location: Enterprise Zoo Benefit.
1 ,words for $3,50, then 15 cents for 2xS! MOBILE HOME 3BR, 1 bath, on 468.13213/3 TFchg TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALE Saturday ,,
each \Ward thereafter. one acre. $250/month. 964-4238. 2/4TF TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Griff I Crystal Lake homesltes. comer 47th t
COZY 2 BR HOUSE furnishedCHBA, loop. Like new. 4682374. 3/24 2tchg 54th St. 8:30 a.m. Some furniture lots DISTINCTIVE & UNIQUE PROPERTY .\
PERSONALS carpet. Prel.r single adult. For Info call 3/31 of mist 473-4111. Itchg 3/24 ,$146,000 i iOn.
---4- 964-6680 after 3 p.m. 2/21 TF WALDO VIllAS unfurnished ,2 BR FRI a SATs Mar: 25-26. 10 a.m. until. I II
0/.h. flnttt homes 'In Bradford County, located (n The Wood,.
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE In Country: large townhouse, carpet CH&A. 468-1971, Sunday after 12. Rt. 1471 (lake Alto
:WONDERFUL I Stark cedar ISH ., 2 loU living dining room.
Qolft CC t. on room [
yard, carpet window' air, adult. First Equal Housing Opportunity. 3/10 TF ), Rt. 325 Hampton.,look for
Australian, European Scandinavian final, $22S/month. 964-8602 after 5 3 BR MOBILE HOME: good location. Call "Ign*. 468-2065. Itchg 3/24 I kltchan, family room 3 BR, IK bathe pella window, 30x32 garage,
'High''.School Exchange Student arriving p...... jm after 5 plus weekends, 9647610. 2tpd 4 FAMILY SAlEt Friday a Saturday. I loft hideaway iiuutated, skylights, appliance.
in August, Become a host family for,, VERY NICE LARGE NEW 2 BR APARTMENTS 3/17-24 3/25-26.'9 a.m. until 317 Myrtle St.

American Intercultural 'Student Exchange FROM $260 PER MONTH. FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities Women, children baby clothe, furniture GOOD LOOKING new brick duplex, 215 Bradford 0,. 2 M, 1 \/, Ba. U,
Call 1-800-SIBUNG, fcan KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-3682 Equal, paid. From $37.50 weekly. Magnolia misc. Itpd 3/24 i. eat-In kitchen with stove, finest carpet; best location. 38000.
88-H Housing Opportunity 2/25 4tchg 3/24 Hotel Walnut St. by Post Office. TF FRI t SAT.t Mar, 25-26,1713 E. Call St.
WEEKENDS EARN UP TO $1,000) honest FURNISHED APARTMENT three rooms SMALL HOUSE IN COUNTRY $225 per 9-5 p.m. Clothes household Items,
busmesi. Sell employment For free Information and bam, port of utilities furnished. month. 964-8602 after 5 p.nCTF bumper for '84 Chevy truck and diamond : [Ml ALVAREZ COURTt 3 BR. I Ba, $25,750. .
or $10 for .porl'Fptanclal. Adqlts only. No pets W..kly or monthly NICE 2 BR, 1 both $275 month. WilliamD. back freestyle bike. Itpd 3/24 1110 CHURCH STREET 2 Bedroom 1 bath owner. financing 20000.
R..o..h. S Investments, P.O. Box Call 964-3970. 2/24 4tchg 3/24 Tiffin, lice Real Estate Broker GARAGE SALE-LAWTEYl Frl I Sat., 9.3 I.112 NEIL COURT 3 BR,. 1 Bath carport, owner. financing 36000.,
20456, Brad.nton. Fl, 34203- 56... fcan THREE BEDROOM) 2 bath doublewlde; 964-506S.3/l1nc p.m. A little' bit of everything, turn on |WOWI Sophisticated waterfront living In lakewood Subdivision an Crosby

88-111 fireplace, total' electric. acr. fenced TWOIIDIOOM, MOBILE HOME $145 NW 25th St., from 225.3 miles West of I lake Cedar I stone beautiful hone. LR. FR' with stone fireplace, OR. big
PARENTS 1988 Florida Little/Junior Star In area for horses with born end shed. month $100 deposit., 964-8705. Itpd 301 or 3 mile east of 16. Itpd 3/24 I master bedroom two?other nice site bedrooms,' two both*. front,porch, dou-
Pageant being help May 8th. Entry fee'' $350 month $350 deposit. 7823408.: 3/24 MULTI-FAMILY, GARAGE SALE Friday I ble garage ceiling fans throughout. 2 CH&A units. Stunning view of lake. '
of $73, No hidden costs. Tiara for ev.ry' 3/3 331STARKEfurnlshed HOUSE TRAILER 14x65 two BR, 2 both 3/25 9-3 1102 Colley Rd. Clothesof
4tchg p.m.
I kitchen
LOVELV 3IB.2'.4! Ba custom built home, LR,fireplace, DR.eat-In ex-
participant, Call ((800) 532-STAR.
now )
2 BR, 12x60 mobile CHA. one acre lot Front road 100 In'' all size*. Itpd 3/24 ,
I window I
Kreened CHA. thermal acre.
tra Ig. utility rm., parch, garage.
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home am wooded lot CHtA couple Theressa. 964-5038.3/11; 2tpd 3/24 } FAMILY YARD SALE Sat., Mar. 26, 8-2 old
block 3400 .f. 6
'. ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVINGS stucco beauty. yrs.
preferred. First, last and security. p.m. Furniture dining room living '
I on 2!% acres In lawtey area. Spoclous..Elegant...Prestige\I
CAMPERS and Clothe
R.V.s. $250. 964 5332. 3/10 2ahg: 3/24 room. more. ,
TWO BEDROOM, 1 bath unfurnished MOBILE HOMES toy, household Item and much more. ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2 brkk, new roof carport, new Carrier heat

TRAVEL TRAILERS apartment $175. Also 1 BR, unfurnished FOR SALE 6 miles West of Starke on Brownlee Rd, I pump large Kreened kitchen-dinindena lot. <
house, $175. Single only. No pets, |lust before the intersection of BRICK 3 I..'1 'A Ba. LR. carport IIlIlIty.n, 1004 N. r
79: COACHMAN 35 Ft, fifth wheel, elec 964.8401.3/10 3tchg 3/31 Brownlee Rd. and Bayless Hwy. Thompson St. Well Insulated, low utility. bill, 45255. '
Drip. lacks/new awning, toof air, .complete MOBILE HOME FOR RENTS Call 964-8614 ;HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL: 28x68 4/3 9647366. Itpd 3/24' BRICK 4 or SBR, 2 ba. 1900 *.f.. 1 acre, 5 yr*. old between Starke C lawtey.
hook-I+p. 964-6167 alter 6 p..... 0.9604.7619.3/11 TFchg Home of Merit $279 month.. Free MULTIPLE FAMILY yard sal,1' Saturday 22 S.MYRTLE ST.t Home* 2 cot garage all new Interior CH&A. 2.BR. 1 Ba.
f 3V174"tehg4/7" FURNISHED CLEAN mobile home.. delivery. Uncle Roys, ,K351-83I4.3/24' only clothe., furniture, mltc. Hwy. 100 $30.000 Financing Available, See to Appreciate Make offer,
CHA" In ,, 'city close to shopping., 3tchg 4/7 West of Keystone Heights. Cancel If .442 N. WALNUT 3 BR. 2 Ba. Handyman' dream $38,000.
VACATION. RESORTS OR Maintenance and lawn care free) No 21 WIDE Shingle, masonlte, fireplace:, rain. Itpd 3/24 LUXURV, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful

RENTALS pet" Consider small child. Monthly and mqch more. $221 month. S-FAMIIY YARD SALE Saturday I Sunday -' Spanish style home 3450*.(.. 10 acre, sprinkler system. 4 BR, 2V4 ba formal

." i ,rotes?, $223 and up.,. 964-8810. Itchg. 2 1-351-8514.USED DOUBLEWIDESr: Uncle Roys.Low 3/24 3tchg 4/7., 3/26-27 (Saturday 8 a.m. until or IR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR, brick fireplace, patio,. pool, ceiling fan, 2
3/24 Sunday I p.m. until). 515 Alton Rd. car new ,root zoned Agrl., 2 aium. mtg, $135,0001
:COTTAGES; :Fully furnished. Daily.'w.ekIYI ,< down payment. Colt 1272-0650 garage
availablenow New shoes clean
; monthly:rates, Also mobile ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT collect tin leans, CONSOLIDATED HOME t OFFICE' OR APT 5 Acre, Lowly area.,
home park spaces for r.nt, and homes / walled garden patio small TWO DOUBLEWIDE REPOSi Financing ceramlce, etc I.R.C. Allen BusinessMachine DEERWOOD S/Di brick 3/3,pool $105,000
deluxe town.' Furnishedor Antique National CashRegister
t for sole MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S.. 64E' complex near available. Call 1.272-0625 collect. TF MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2. 2 story, 12 acre $ 85.000
must r' sell. Will sell
unfurnished. Call 964.8601.32TF'ONE to
Highlands, Rd.,. Franklin., N.C. ((704. furnished THREE BEDROOM. 2 Mill bath, mobile Itpd 3/24 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba, 1 acre, left go country $ 62,000
BEDROOM aport"nt"cleon. everyone.
I 524-4605,6/11 tfnchg home for sale on 1M acres of land Rd. SATURDAY A SUNDAY 8 until. BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from Shady Oak S/D. extra lot $ .....000
quiet, adults only. 830 N. Tern a.m. 718
,TWO BEDROOM 1 both mountain-side pie Ave. 964-2358. 3/24 2tchg 3/31 16 Zast. Call 96 .4480 after 5:30 p.m. Laura' St. Clothes and little bit of.rylfllng. I MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 acre. 3/1VB, CH/A, *o near $ 40.000I
tottage In Franklin, N.C.:,compl.t.fur 2 OR 3 BEDROOM HOUSE Call 964-5377 2/18 TFIoMOBILE | _. Itpd 3/24 I CROSBY LAKE CANAL:2 BR. 1 Ba,CH/A, frame' $41,000
niahed. except linens. Convenient to after 5:30 p.mj for more Information HOME FOR SALE 3 BR 2 bath BIG MULTI-FAMILIES YARD SALE Saturday I LAWTEY BR, 2 bo 2 story, 1 acre, 100 yrs. old ,36,000
all area attractions. )80/week.) CHSA. Assume 961.5640.3/3'
47:1.: 628.'3/24 3/31 3/24 2tpd 3/31 324BUSINESS payoff. 3/26 2 miles West of lawtey Rd. .....ACREAGE.....
2tchg 4tchg 225 look for .
sign Itpd 3/24
OPPORTUNITY mobile home I N of Courthouse W of Econolodge
cork on Griff Loop. Acreage for more MOVING-GARAGE SALE rain or shine 2 Acre In City Limit, Can Subdivide. $10.000I
:1 LAVERN H. OUTLAW mobile bomey; or lots. $38,000. Call 3/25-26.household, 9-5 Items p.m., Garden kimball tool, I GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W< Hwy 22$, 40 plus Acre $ 60,000
after 5::30 p.m. 964-8970 or 964-4480. sl.r.o" RD. 100 EAST 1.37 acre*, wooded and platted $ 7,000 '
Broker organ. Country Club. NE 14th St.
3/3 TFjo) 9647525. Itpd 3/24 l05thAVE.. LAWTEY;2 V4 acre*cleared ? $8.000I
k Thinking of buying or THREE BEDROOM 1 bath mobile home, ._ I HAMPTON acr.*.Thl. property haseverything. $438,000 ,,

.1 selling? C Itt 'wooded acre. S miles" 'S ut" of .oj I RD 100 E; 12 pare* pjys f fish pond.wide! open space*'' $ 26,000I i-
964-4522 Stork. $25,000 080, 964-5638 after 5 ,YARDSALESaturday I SRI 6 WEST:apprex.7 acre $ 13.000 i
STARKE. FL Evenings & Weekends p.m. 3/17 2tchg 3/24 I PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acres, 3 well., 2 poles. '
FREE A/C on any single wide In- stock & Sunday 2 .eptlc tanko. owner finance$ !5O.000. Or will *pllt.each $27.000 "
David L. Podge. MSA, CRA Patty Kay Mdc>r. MRAReo. Orange Pork Global. 272.06503/17 Ga.m.tU | BROWNLEE RD.: 36.<43 acres,owner finance, great location, $ 82,332
Res. 964-56K!* 2tchg 3/24
1, ,NO INTEREST FOR 90 DAYS on any new N.W. 517th Avenueor ......COMMERCIAL.....
.r C. Water* Suzanne Kitchens doublewlde in stock Orange Pork Crawford Road | BRICK BLDG., 4000 sq,ft.unflnlshed' Inside) off Morgan, 1.5 acres,
R BC4-6941 Res. Jfc> 1 bril _> Global. 272.0650.3/17 2tchg 3/24 LOOK FOR SIGNS NW 42nd Ave Built a* lodge but convert to your use $60.000

Opal Dickcon | | Lou Young ZERO CASH DOWN new or used we i I ENTERPRISE ZONE: 145x165', near hasp. 5 25,000
I Re 904-7333 Ij/JfcMJ Rcs 9b4 7525 finance, free credit approval by phone. THOMPSON STl 11,362*.f., brick, Enterprise Zone. Benefit' S 80.000
Uncle"Roys, 1.351-8514.3/24 3tchg 4/7 :301 N: 1.5 acre*. MH hook-up 2 bldg, 240'on 301 great value S 37.000
Designated AppraisersYour -- 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165,01'on 301 120.000
Full Service Real Estate Offi :tAppraisals I 301 N: approximately 150' x opprox.220' 123,000 -

: for Residence Farm Commercial, BuHlnc n 301 N: Dairy Queen Building, lease option? Reduced S 85,000
301 5: 193'301 frontage 5 85,000

I Residential Homes Lrl 301 and Washington Street,262.5 x 105' S 91,500
301 S. : 135 H. on 301,appox.2 acre. ( 4 Acres... ), $150.000
I ,Waldo: Neat 1400 *.I..:3 bedroom, CH&A, $34.000.: After the' -

Comfortable living In Starke, 2/1. large rooms, $45,000. Anne Terwlllpa Nelson 4737S4I49eS21
3/2t. Quiet neighborhood, corner lot. 32000. | JohnLenaferd.Moiler Appraiser
'CLEAN AND NEAT 2/1 good location, only. $28,600.. '{, :+
FOREST HEIGHTS; 3/2 CH&A, fireplace.
Neat as a Pint' new roof new-bathroom,close to Storke.j! \ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcceIerated'Health
I 'Two Story redecorated 1800 s.f. In Starke. 39000. ,
I Reduced, Convenient to Starke X schools. 3/. remodeled "
HandyMan Special Duplex In Stork., good location.' \ : \ :
:4/2 on Edwards Rd.t CH4A. up to 10 ocr...,' "I'

'2-Story,Home on 4.64 acres, CH4A. and more.. k \ '
location, location In Starke, custom home on 5 acres,, -- : :
Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB PRESIDENT b; ,964-4544
Lake Homes

t *Beautiful Cypress'Home on Crosby Lake. lot'of decking' and dock. Almost new,, Pfi.9l zZQLLqy; Ian', : ''Hwy.301S '
.On Hampton lake: Brick CHSA, fireplace, beautiful white beach. Immediate cc.cuponcy -, ,, 13 ; .

: located Hwy.301.2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street Starke. PL 'm'[
Eloquent 3/2 Home Lake access Crystal Joke: .
'On Hart lakei Mobile home, CHaA, only 30000. *301 NORTH 3 BR. 1 Bo:remodeled home'on almost I acre. ,
.On Hampton Lakes Contemp.,3/2 w/decking. fireplace S many amenities *STRAWBERRY ACRES 10 acre with tree. Building site or mobile home.\ Homesj, Lots / ) Waterfront :
"Commercial Businesses & BuildingsEdwards *BRICK BR, 2V4! Ba home on nice lot, trees, fenced backyard. 4 Acreage
*ADULT COMMUNITY Lots for campers or trailer with water, septic and ,'Farms ,/ Commercial
Rd: 2 retail units, paved parking.Edwards light pole. ROOM FOR A' GARDEN Large Living & Dining Room .
"' overhead doors, paved
Rd New steel building, 3 parking. '
*LARGE 2 STORY HOME 4 BR. 2V4! Ba, game room on 37 acre in this 2BR/2BA Block,Kitchen w/LoU of Cabinet out Nice .

.i "'N.xtto Boat Manufacturing Southslde, School B. Retell on Business St. ftd. 100.Turnkey, owner financing." *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS beautiful lot with 3 BR., 2 Ba home, 2,000. sq.'ft. Call BresJcfut Room. Family Room. CH/A Oarge' Well A Septic. 3 .
for to
i Commercial zoned B3 2400 ..t. large lot with paved parkIng -' oppt. see. Acrei.
Zoned on corner
i $70,000.'North ., *OUT OF TOWN CB and frame 3 BR. 2 Bo home on I acre., ON THE' WATER ,4 3BR/2 1/2BA/ Log Siding! 'Two-Story. .
LAWTEY AREAi frame house 1 Needs financing.
en acre. repair, owner
US 301 a Morgan Rd.l aver 2 acre with mail cottage. Nice 30x100 bldg.,, 3000 SF. CH/A. Stove Rem A Duhwuher, Ceiling Fan*. Well }i
COUNTRYtBrkk' ft. ,,
*RELAX IN THE .. home on one acre, over 1500 sq. .
Commercial Land fireplace, stove DW I refrig. 1 yr. Protection Plan $50*. & Septic Large Lot. _

Prime Development; 37 lot with paved rood.'Adjoins City of Stark. *MIMOSA DRIVE Large home with fully equipped kitchen Include DW. gar QUIET AND PEACEFUL '-3BR/2BA Block. Li.lna. i'

I South US 301i Next to Davis. Trucking, high ft dry '" dls., trash comp., stove refrlg.. all under 1 yr. Protection Plan, Must seel I inbta Room. Family Room. Drapes & Caipet CH/A 1416 .I,
,On East S... Hi 10 acre; *ASSUMABIE MORTGAGE Church St. 2 BR. ,I Bo, family ,-.beautiful $P. Large Lot Lake Privelege.
*S5 Acres Vi zoned commercial,,'lots of rood frontage, S. 301 and CR 18. landscaped yard.STRAWBERRY '1'ACRES\ ON CTY HWY 125 3BRI2BA'Brict"' CH/A.. .

"14 plus Acre: Corner S. 301 and CR 18. excellent location.'' ACRES 4.85 acre, beautiful brick veneer home, fireplace, kitchen Rknge &; ReM Carpet, CH/A. 1200 SF, Solar. Hot'' Water .

X West S... 16 over 12 acre. Ideal for development. equipped. Sy !Lem. Stocked FUh Pond. Well ft Septic. .
Several excellent 'location for convenience stores. *%'..CU.I983 14x60 MH has separate garage, only 17900. Owner finance. GqOD BUY 3BR/2BA Block, Large Living! Room 'P )y' I
;6 62 Acres S. 301 close to proposed Walmart ,, "; ing.
1839 SF
CH/A. Stove Refri) &
f Dishwasher. Well
I. let on 230: across from city power plant.' *LAWTEY AREA 5 acre 3 BR, I Ba stucco, CHtA JennAIr stove, 58900.' '
S 1 Acre.
I I S. 301 222 rd. frontage only 40000. *GOLF VIEW$ LOTS Excellent term. '
Lake Lots Building Lots Acreage' *HAMPTON OAKS new 3 BR, 2 Bo, 1700 sq.ft.: energy efficient, large screen IN' THE COUNTRY 3BR/1BA Frame' and 3BR/2BA
; ; ; '. porch. $75.900 Assumable mortgage. Doub wide Like New w/Patios and Carport. Urge Workshop ftStorage.
'4 Acre in city on Thomas St.. 10000. *LAKE SANTA FE CANAL LOT 160x208. with lake privilege Building Well ft Septic 6.92 Acres. t'
8.25 Wooded Acres Secluded on SR 235.: *SERVICE STATION on 175x254 lot, 301 S, Excellent location and versatile ,.5 ACRES ON THE RIVER -2BR/1BA Mobile Home In
Lak..Each 18000. "
3 lot on Sampson .
property. Good Well &
Lei on Crosby Lake: 75 ft, on water, with dock. i Condition. Septic .
*LAYER FARM with 78 acre and beautiful now :2: (lory home, forge pool NEIGHBORHOOD .
Graham $11,500. QUIET 3BR/1BA Frame Home Well ftSeptic.
6.14 Acre In owner financing and the I farm ,
'' many extra or purchase 17 acre layer separate.
.1.74 Acres In Graham owner finclng$6.ooo.. *WI HAVE AC.IAGlllp to 83 acre. less than' $13SO.... acre, highway frontage. Lange Lot.
Country Clubs Golfer S/D. 200x292. $9.000. LAWTE', Old Fashioned 4BR/1BA Frame Large Living ft
Crystal Lake Hamesfte. 2 'lot. 8800. Dining Room*. Large Porchea., .

Sampson lake: Deerfoot Trail 100 ft. on watery $l5000.., HANDYMA S DREAM Two Sorry 3BRJ2.BA.1Mae Living -
Plneseng S/D 37 lots, paved rd., 120000. Area w/FirepUce. '
.Country Club Area: lots 1.20 acre' to 30 acre, price from$3.000 per acre. ,. owner Commercial; Residential Rentals Available; l SELECTED PROPERTIES

thionclng.,. ":
.Mobile.. Home lets, S.R.:'16W.13 lots for $34,000., ., 43 ACRES Breaker. Win Divide. Owner Financta* Good Tares .
) '10 ACRES. Will DMda I.- S A.cn PM I.rPec
't 0-, Well A
Homes with AcreageSecluded .
: Call one of'our Professionally trained Owner Finadn(. -

E 60 Acres only minute from Gainesville and Starke. 2 nice 'home and) staff SeA W01 bivide fato S Ann Parcel, Pose drove, FUh Pond
,I' 'large workshop or bon If you want to garden fence It to keep the deer out Iii Owner Financing. \

I High' end Dryt Orange Ht*.. 16 plus acre pasture,fenced and cross-lenced with 3 ACRES Hwy. 16 W. Good Commercial locetioa) ,, .
I nice 3 I bungalow. CHIA.i 9645069or 4.55 AC .Zoned for MobOa H.... (
i i'3 B/2 ba home Northwest" of Stork'on 6 plus acre*, fenced and c,0I.fenced,2 ''2 CITY LOTS Nbnhe** Section. ,-

I barn, many amenities after hours call LAKE GENEVA Large Lot. 100 Peel of take .......* :
I *2 Story Historic Home on 20 acre. 2 barn, many pecan tree, 69000. LARGE AREA OP LAND ; NcrthuM Section of City. -
Remodeled S story home on ...... 100 W. REALTOR ASSOCIATES. EVENINGS HWY 901 SOUTH Lug Lot. Good Babe location. ,
Custom i fiery log horne with pool and separate garage on 5 plus acre*. e Irene L. Faulkner-964-5142 5 ACRES Hwy 301 Near fcarleM Buck. .
ham with pad 30 pin acre Call far private showing. t
So. Ml large UCiBa. : SOfV M .m i i u-agjil ,Il'TOUltlllNDiSONR&tLESTATB.ORTHlNOS1tEL} 71rD

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$14.99 per month.Call 964-6946. tfn POE' LEASE 1,000 ....301 South next cottage, porch and carport furnished Item and antiques.Used furniture,
NEWSPAPER PLATISt Aluminum. *q. S300/mo. 'Include utilities. 473-2909 or and much OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 12' x 4*MOBILE HOMI Two bedroom 1both.
glassware jewelry more.
to United 964. << '
Realty 964-8848 1.
13849374. 2tchg 3/17T3/24. Located I In Union County Time Front kitchen.Call 4311022.317
Measures 24x36'% 25 c.nt. each.Great Come see for yourself. One mile east
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH or eve, 4733627. 4/16 tfnehg 2BR, 1BA equipped. laundry facilities. of Keystone Height on Highway '100. building. ,Call for Information. 3tchg. 3/31 "
135 W.Call 964-6305.. Dock privileges 'Carpeted. 4732919. 4732183. 3/5 tfnchg 496-2361. rln. NO MONEY DOWN Takeover payment
ALICIA HAY $25 a roll All hay under .LOSTFOUNDFOUNDS 4tchg 3/24-4/14 TWIN B NURSERY Specializing' hong. of $237.27.9 1/1 year 1985 14' X TV
,born. 7 mile. from Stork. on Hwy. 16 JBR, I MBA kitchen equipped. Florida Ing basket, azaleas, Florida shrub, INSURANCEMAINES Two bedroom, 2 bath In Worthington
toward room, laundry facilities. Dock, _... Spring Call 1-237-3486 (Ocala). 3/17
prison. 964-6167 or 782-3727 TRACTOR SEEDER Coll tr We are new so price are right.
2/11TF 964-5634. 3/3 4tpd 3/24 privileges. 473-2919. 4tchg 3/24.4/14 All tack state Inspected. Call 4737348for INSURANCI AGENCY 25 .. 2tchg. 3/24
LAKEfRONT COTTAGE 1 rooms, bath DOUBllWIM.' with 1,848 ft.
GOOD OLD REAL WOOD FURNITURE FOUND SET OF KEYSt Found on SE 8th direction 2tpd 3/17-3/24 Main Street Lake Butler, 496-3978. sq.
and walk-In closet $250/mo,473-7413. Three bedroom 3 full baths, two
from two ..tot... Some antiques,priced St., off Grlffl loop Starke. 964-4507 Complete Insurance Service, 4/10 tin fireplace. Take and
2tchg 3/24.3/31 overpayments
to .II. by appointment. Call Fran Itpd 3/24 CARS
Call 4962522. 3/24 3tpd.
Rossano. 473-4816 or 475.1678 horn"!' HELP WANTEDGOOD .3/311

3/10 4tchg 3/31 LAND FOR SALELOT ACREAGE 1971 CHEVY IMPALA -4 dr.. ACmruise
year I control $1,500. 4733875. 2tchg WORK WANTEDPART
old,. v.ry g.ntl. Aiding $175. Call BEAUTIFUL WOODED LOT ON EMERY 3/24.3/31 PEOPLE GOOD FAY GOOD,
964-2325. Itsw' IN CITY 6000. App. for modular LANE 473-9236.. 1/14 Hichg.MELRO3E. BENEfiTS Come In and talk with us.
USED WHITE CAST IRON SINK and formica home. Call 964-5764;, after 5, call. OVERLOOKING LAKE WIN. ,(3, FORD FAIRMONT dr.,one owner& lake Butler, Apparel 650 S.E. 2nd TIMI JOB far .lady ''n.food service

counter. $50. 964-587S after 4 964-5251.3/07 tfn NOTT II acres, 170 pecan tree, cyl Good, auto.condition.,, PS.$3,500.PB, AM-FM 473-7720 stereo.Itpd! Street, lake Butler. 496-3601. tfn/chg call 496-MTC ... 4H-3714. 1...... 1/24.
p.m. ltg| 3/24 NO DOWN PAYMENT 2.5 to 50 acres, $3,500/acre. Owner will finance. 3/24 1/21 "
SEAT LIFE CHAIRS If you're a medicare several location, from t,100/acre. M 904-2"-1408. 4tehg 3/24-4/14, BABYSITTER NEEDED in mf name. Monday FOR SALE
recipient with a qualifying condition ACRES with 1/4 mile on Rd.225 B county thru Friday.For more Information.
call toll free number for more Informa. grade, $67,000..EZ terms. I.' ACRES HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE "Call 496-1320. Itpd.,3/24
tion. NI0( .445.4174. fcan 68-106 with mobile home and barn. $35,500 or STORAGE HOUSE 'Need extra storage
STEEL BUILDINGS 30x60x10 ($294 ft)' $30,000 without MH. 10 ACRES Country, $3.000 MOVE IT AND ITS YOURS. 900 FOR RENT space? We have 5x10 and 10.10 mini
$5.280; 40x60x10 ($2.92 ft) $7,010; Club ''oea. prime for subdividing, 'GET PAID for reading books $100.00per '<<1. ft. 3BR, 1BA from. home. Jax. warehouse Hale and Associates
50x100x12 ($2.72 ft) $13,594. FOR 48700. 4.73 ACRES with 2,600 .f. title.Write PASE-A1743, 161 S. Lin- 1-725-3336 or 725-6981. Itpd 3/24 : 496-3939. tfnchrg. 1/7 ,
Plant, check code, other (lie*. Cons brick home on paved rood North of colnway N, Aurora, IL. 60542. 4tpd ALL BRICK HOME on Clover Lone 2,000 OFFICi AND WAREHOUSE SPACE PIANO FOR SALE Wanted; responsibleparty
crate erection, option available. lawtey. $87.000. RALPH BRYAN REALTY 3/3-3/24 sq. ft., 3 bedroom 3 both, plus 2 car, located In Union County Times Building to take over small monthly,
Emerald? City Steel Work., Dublin, Ga. '''1171. 3/3TF ,START AT THE TOP leading real estate garage. 16X32 pool walk to school, at 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for, payment on spinet-console, Con
9125235586. icon 88-113 DO YOU LIKE TO SWIM.fish water ski orsit firm seeking new and experienced asking'i$89.500, call 473-4400.. ,Itpd more Information. tin be seen locally. Please Include your
100% FINANCINGr lie or ihape and relax In a Garden of Eden?You licensees. Extensive free training program *, ,3/24 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI Nicely furnished phone number and write to CREDIT
feel building, complete any turnkey lob. may do all of these when you purchasea natlonall ,..f.rral.n.twark.. all electric central heat and MANAGER, Box 8547 Ft. Myers, Fl.
,All building meet or exceed SBC. All canal 'lot on beautiful Little Lake Santa locall sales opportunities. Call Dean FOR SALE air private paved ,rood laundry and 33908 or call 18134891522.( ) '3/17
blueprint and anchor boat drawing Fe In Bradford% County Ownerfinance Weaver 473-7653 for a confidential park playground. Near schools, hasp., '3tchg.x/31'
furnished 18004441663. 88-109 with little down payment, Call terview. 3tchg 3/24-4/7 state facilities PINES SR-121, east Lake
SLIDE-IN CAMPER 8 ft. Good) condition,
964-7451, 3/3 4tpd 3/24 Butler, Call 496-2366. Two childrenmax.
at New Life Acre* for housekeeper, 'Asking $300: Jasmine and East St. and 5/21 HOMES
tobl. with table pod, $150. 782-3449. 13 ACHES In Pleasant Grove area. 2 BR no p.lt. chg/tfn
cook d :.aide., Call 473-2108. Keystone Heights. !Itpd! 324W'
Itchg 3/24' mobile home rental on property.Moneymaking nurses 12' 61' THREE BEDROOM MOBILE HOMi
'" trees, also pin. 2tchg 3/24.3/31 GAS STOVE Avafado $25. Ideal for small famUv.lorg. yard. S17S
N.wr.frlg.rotor pecan ''
and cypress 5 acre cleared. Great for CRUISE SHIP JOBS $10,345 to $47,819.Manog.rs Dishwasher $". 473-2252. Itpd 3/24 per month. 4962842. tfn/chg. 10/8 GOVERNMENT SEIZED HOMES from $1.
and stove Coll
I 3/24 n.w 4/7 horse farm, vegetable form chicken chefs, bartender, UTILITY TRAILER)4x10 with 2'sides, ;steel TWO BEDROOM t BATH HOUSE In War. (U repair) BUY properties for bock
964.6003. 3tpd
TURN OF THE CENTURY antiquebedroom farm "or |lust great country' living. mechanics and more. NOW Hiring! m.sh'drlv. on ramp spore tire.' .$375. Ihington Springs. Refrigerator and taxes REPO) list For Information CAII (refundable and current
Call after CALL,(refundable) 1-518-459-3734 Ext. 3/24 month First )
'*..t5 draw. dreer wltn 28000. 5:30 p.m. 964-897Q 473-3590: Itchg stove furnished. $200 per 1(518)459-3546.( ) Ext. H3339D 24hr
beveled glass, bed 7 ft. headboard and or 9644480. 3/3 TFjo Q3339A. 24HRS.,3tpd 3/24-4/7 and last month rent In advance. Call 3/24 3tpd. 47'GOYIIINMINT
11 ACRES PLUS 2 BR. 1 bath home and a I( or 496-2071,3/3 4tpd.
a 1(904)496-2995)
footboard. Call 475-2447 or 4739127. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE SEIZED HOMES from $1,
1 BR, 1 bath home on Grlffi loop Rd. YARD SALES 3/24 ,
Itchg 324LUMSERs (U Repair) BUY properties for bock
treated 2x6x10.; No.: 2, $3.49 100A. Stark. By owner 305365.3125or HUGS FAMILY ,SPECIAL '28X68. 4/3 THREE BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME $200. taxet For'' information and current
12" COX plywood 4 ply $8.30 SI.ph.nSmith 305-857-8400. 3/17 3tpd 3/31 YARD SALE 4 'family; Frl., t Sat., Homes of M.rlt" $279/mo. Free month. $100' security. 'Call 496-2179, REPO list CAII (Refundable)
Lumber, 7 mile South of Stork. 3/2S-3/26. 7239 Skldmore St. High Itpd. 3/24 Ext. :
delivery. Uncle. Roy'*. '1-351-8514. 3tchg 1(518)459-3546.( ) H3441A 24 hra.. :
on 301. 468-2624. Open Mon-Frl,. PERSONAL SERVICES' -, Ridge Estate 1 tpd 3/24. 3/24.4/7 3/24 3tpd,,4/7
3O-S.. Sat. 9-5 p.m. Itchg 3/24' GARAGE SALE-Sat., March 26. Geneva! $161.20 PER MONTH ., 24X44, 32., ,PERSONAL SERVICES
,PADDED FRONT BAR with two stools? WANT TO DRINK, Lake Estates,SE 80 Ave.! 94..Itpd 3/24 ,masonlte and shingles Uncle Roy's. > tn i i N

,will trod.for arm chair and Ottoman or I,THArs YOUR BUSINESS!, 13518514. Stchg 32447'f EXPERIENCED MOTHER: will babysit In my', NOTICE ..
.'will tell for $75. 964-8015. Itchg 3/24 WANT TO STOP '-." CASH DOWN new or used. We .' ham. on state property, Ralford. Flexible
CIGARETTES the lowest price In town. THArS OURS SERVICES finance Free credit approval by* days and hours: Reasonable '01..'.
The Tobacco Shop', 134 E., Call St; 3/24 Alcoholicst4441SO642000 Anonym--.;:' ; .phone. Uncle Roy's.''13518514.'3tchg. :.4311077,3/24 2tchg 3/3t: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '.

2tpd 3f31HYBRID ,'PRESSURE WASHING' Houses, mobile 32447ON to the Union County Times office
DAY LlLLIESi $1.50 each. To pd thru*/30,' home, pools, decks,, sidewalk Free DEER SPRINGS LAKE *, 14' wide MH In writing and paid In advance
order, call 9647451. 3/24 2tpd 3/31 ,,CHAIN LINK FENCEr, Installed Free estimates, Call Rob ,4733590."' 3/5 ',-wlth big screened porch. : .;.S31.SOO-; : <, unless credit I I. already established
RAILROAD TIES $7 each.You pick up or I estimate Handy-Mon Fence 'Co tfnchg 473-2252.,1tpd 3/24 :{ LAND FOR SALE ,with this office. .

will d.llv.r at on extra charge. Call Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn LAWN MOWING i Trimming, edging. THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT'' BE HELD
964-4480 pfter 6 p.m." 3/24 TF HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting, electrical RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Call The Lawn Barber. 473-3590. Free, WANTEDPONY 1-3-5 ACRE PARCELS 160 acre farm,
Estimates 3/5 tfnchg would make nice horse farm low
RED FORMAL PROM DRESS lie 10, $60. Reasonable rotes licensed contractor. THI TELEPHONE.
Also porting out '72 Ford Pickup., CARPENTRY ADDITIONS REMODELING, TO RENT u n.eded'Moch 19. Must down payment owner financed. Apv
RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3 40. 1/9tfrt Classified deadline Is. MONDAY S>"
9644238. 3/1 OTF SEWING MACHINES sales and service, DECKS. 'no job to big or small. .be gentle. Call 473-2115, ask for Pam prox. 1/2 acre, paved rood, with 2 P.M., prior to Thursday publication., ,
Reasonable rates. Quality work. Call 473-2568 after 6 3/17 bedroom mobile home on SRI 8. Hole
PIANO' FOR SALE Wanlec- aopon.lbl. or p.m. tchg
odu td .
all make cleaned ailed [ Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3 50.
to take over small monthly anytime. 473-9096. ask for. Jim tfnchg RELIABLLE TEENAGE BABYSITTERS ,and Associate: 496-3939 tfn/chg
party $15. All work guaranteed. Corner then ,15 cents for each word thereafter
payment on spinet console piano. Can 3/24 473-3875. 2tchg 3/24'3/31 ,12/31
Morgan Rd. a CR 16, James Strickland,,
be een locally. Please Include your, 9648733. 12/3TF HOME IMPROVEMENT repairs, ,additions .
phone number and write to Credit LAWN SERVICE for residential' and com- or complete building.: 30 FOUND a .. -
.. ...., ,Fl. ,, year
Manege >B 8547 Ft. MV. t -....rclol.' landscaping tree removal experience serving Bradford and Cloy

$ 08' orColl8134891522. 3/24 .3tpdtetna lawns vacuumed. No lob too big or..-.., Counties. 473-4018. 5/28 tfn, .*LARGE CHOCOLATE LAB old.Lake San, BUTLER-APARTMENTS'
::4i' D fT B *"" ".mair. Free estimates.( ;9644238.: : 2/4TF .FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging? to Fe area 473-2891. 1 Itpd 3/24 ;tAKE
WE DO BULLDOZER WORK 450 John House out of level?? laRue leveling

BUSINESS Deere. $40 per hour. Colt' anytime, service for all your foundation repairs,, Now taking applications: for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units These all-
782-3306. 3/3 Stchg 3/31 473-7721, 7/9 tfnchg MOBILE HOME FOR RENTMH
OPPORTUNITIESOWN electric: units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have
CARPENTRY'' WORK remodeling, addltions EXPERT PAINTINGt home 'r.polr. handyman
decks, drywall painting etc. services. Coll Mitch, 473-3940. '2BR,, .'/iA kitchen equipped. wall-to-wall carpeting draperies 'and kitchen appliances. On-

YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE Quality work with low prices. Ten yr*. 3/24TF Carpeted laundry facilities. Dock site laundry facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified
STORE, CHOOSE FROM:, Jean/Sport- experience. 4731024. 3/10 3tchg 3/24 MATURE WOMAN will watch children In'' privileges. 473-2919.4tchg 3/24-4/14' _
wear, Ladle, Men. Large Site,. PAINTING Interior/exterior Free h.r home. Prefer babies and toddlers. 2BK, lEA kitchen equipped. Carpeted. applicants. For application and Information
Petite, Danceweor/Aeroble. Bridal, _lImal.., For a heavenly lob at a References available, 4734584. 3/24 Laundry facilities. Dock privileges :
lingerie or Accessories Store. Iond.1Liz righteous price call 964-2051.' 3/10 I 2tchg 3/31 473-2919.3/24.4114 Please see us at G- I

Clalborne. Healthtex, Chaui, lee, 4lpd 3/31 .2B*, MOBILE HOME ,.In Lokevlew Villa. 1005 SW 6th Street

St. Michele, Forenia, Bugle Boy Lev), tWILL BABYSIT. for you Monday thru $250/ma. 475-2422, 2tchg 3/24.3/31 Lake Butler FL 32054, a..a nsy.ry
Organically Grown Lucia Over 2000 Saturday any age. Call Debbie,
Or Call 496-3141 ovo wr .
other Or $13.99 On. Price Or Multi- 782-3615. 3/17 2tchg 3/24
Tier Pricing Discount or Family Shoe WILEY'S LAWN SERVICE no lob too large
Stor. Retail Price unbelievable for or small. Free estimate. 964-7823 WANTED- League Bowlers
.' top quality hoe* normally priced from evening 3/17 4tpd 4/7
$19 to $60. Over 250 Brand, 2600, 'COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, NOW, LEASING
style $17,900 to $29,900: Inventory painting electrical plumbing.
Training. Fixture? Airfare Grand Reasonable rate licensed contractor' Starke Lanes 9648175Durrance Forest Park '
Opening etc. Can open 15 day. Mr.. TBO049306. Call Mitch,473-3940. TF Apartments
Loughlin (612) 888-6555. Itpd! 3/24 ,EXPERIENCED MOTHER will babysit In my ,
Sunal An apartment complex designed for moderate ....i:} :;
11000 SUNBEDS TONING TABLES home on State property. Flexible day .
WOLFF Tanning Beds, Sl.nd.rQue.tPassive and hour '01..431-1071. 3/24 2tchg ---_.....- .. .. -- .""""' .... ....... .... ... ... Income families. No rental assistance available. ...,..;,}...!. .....'. '.,

Exerciser Call for FREE color. 3/31 & Supply'I I Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts.; refrigerator :" D" ':!, ,V.:.,
catalogue. Save to 30%, WILL BABYSIT In my home Mon-Frl,days Pump: range, .. .
18002286292. fcan 88-116 only' age 2 and up. Non-moker experienced. ,carpet, cent heat &'air,patio and laundry. Free, !.) : : ; :
U.S. 301 864 N. Ave. Stork. .
MOBILE HOME PARK on Grlffl Loop. Grlffi Loop, 964-2349. 3/24 ort.h. ,Temple water, sewer & garbage., Rent $185. <" $220 .. .' :' ..' ':'
Acreage for more mobile home. 2tchg 331BABYSITTING :*W.II Drilling '
38000. Call after 5:30 p.m.. 9648970or In my home, day or night, minimum:' For Informat n1apPlication: .
9644480. 3/3TF reasonable rates Call 964-8985.: Itchg 964-7061 '*'
$78,000 Large 'steel' company need 3/24 pump, *Plumbing| @ Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1st Street J I

dealers' In Florida. Any type and size of ,.SPRING CLEAN-UP or complete lawn '((904)) 496-3439 E.H.O., ,
commercial steel building, sunrooms, maintenance, commercial or residen.
mobile home product and neon signs.. tial. The best for less Giver us a call b
100% financing.. 18004441663. lean we do It all. Free estimate'John's FOR,SALE
88110BE Lawn Service 782.3099. 3/24 2tpd 331'CO'S ).
PART OWNER of planned retirement Fill Dirt Top Soil
complex on Hwy. 50 West, Brooksvllle.' CHECK US OUT Clean rental ,
cash credit required. Over home tailored. to your pay schedule.
$79,600 or laundry and playground.PINES Small Loads of ,Limerock
20% return guaranteed. Louis Mlecka Prlvote SR121lust pork | south of SRIOO In Large or, .

904-796-2089 icon 88102. Lake Butler, Call 4962366.tfn/chg. 1/7 Tractor, Work Backhoe Bulldozer

I FOR SALE 964-6182-964-5823 964-6095

Jane .S'Ush. r
1982 Pontiac J2000 REALTOR .
;.i, Is now J accepting|| Food applications StorM for store Good running condition.I David Lawson Paint & Body Shop 'Your Union County Realtor",,

To be sold "as is". Call
m lalJer.Experience in retail r496-2126: or 496-2903
782-3537 after 4 p.m. Insurance Collision Work Free Estimates
management a must Salary, I' -
negotiable.Benefits include monthly 360 W. Main'St., Lake Butler

bonus,paid vacation sick leave, CR 229 NW 28th St. Starke 964-6133

insurance,profit sharing'pension plan LIME ROCK* 1 1-STORY: NEAR LAKE...Beautiful( 3 bedroom.2 both nemo lust 1 S4 Mock
and credit union.Must be wining to lake.'Homo newly decorated-Immaculate.I A real show place.
from large '
Horns .
New ,
work long odd hours if necessary and FILL SAND rrn III mini j, ..RoomAddlUouCarportt WindowsNew.....11.. ; Must tee Ipterlpr to appreciate owner':". personal I touch enclosed M new with decor.old 3

take polygraph. Apply at the S&S EXPERT ADVICE special feature fit hoMe M ourporch. upstairs;end
RooTSjsUYlBjISIdlet both to SEE I to to
fashion type'vlndowsunique, Aiso on oil NIt upstair
Food Store Office 2200 E. Duval St. 782-3172 'Cel Brick er Pool Ld.war.. ,
fON ALL Off..VX3JRj BUY Best buy m town. Some financing ovolloblo to qualified buyer.
Lake City during business hours. Work: to..ft.try ....1ng'surround -
Call Today! *this MiiWfcomJbothfomo wlVtfireplace. Property .ho oil'

(GLORIA'S -MUSIC: ',HOI;!SEsrunro( > E STIll:" '.:... ._::::HE-:-"-:) 964-6766 '... the fish paid essenncVtor-..l0a4JalMny lo7fradfj/eW IhoiRHoc/RANCHfTTfJr wooded*with*' room" *'for"smoH-type'''posture......o end/or end form beet operation cropland.EVERYTHINOVOU el oil e.


'LESSONS;,Guitar, Banjo Electric Bass" of North FloridaCornerLafayettflftHwy.301.Starkel TODAY'FOR APPOINTMENT tO OI I,

CaHi' : x- _1'' utr51 : eTHRii ((1)) MOBILE HOME LOTS AND TWO (2))) IMOBM HOMES ht town.'
& M n/l0-2' I NOW. liST olfor gets thorn. Owner swede -"-.
'964-8120" .,. Tviea-Fri -7' Sun Llc.# RR0052877 Owner toy SELL RIGHT
: :One home'l{ bedroom end ether 3 bedroom thot I II porHoNy furnished.
':' t .' *
motivated. to UU.
Buy now while owner I*

STARKE HOUSING CENTER ,'RAIFORO_ e-W-foshtord. homo 1/4.,. lot bi town.. here
eav. .. Hood T.\.C..w-w..h.stake root rental.
InI 1 <
Wood Products Inc. lass.-Iia | g.
reconditioned mobile homes. Ellxson mothroteo1. > to soil sow so
Bla selection of. repo S minute to work lor pHeon employee*.Ownerdan't "

No home IS over $500. down. Including delivery Pose ..... one ... 'J. .*

Set-up all closing costs and home owners Cypress Mulch and ,Pine Bark HAVE MANY$MALL ACM- .TRACTS.y.lk7bl., hi Union County:. witn owner
i ... *
Insurance.: NO.! HIDDEN CHARGES .fInonc. .. .

'This Weeks Special You Plclfiip or We DeJJy.rWeAlso'Have J ,AIao hays hom4> ideal k>punhaM:: lorro' ".(W pFOp.A>I. lAke Butler'

< Ms marry r.ntab bUneoxBm tfiyfiyx! .MQOOOINVE8TVIEKn,

-3Bi/2Ba .500.dowl'SW8/ per month Lumber For these propertlQiand many more; call: ;
Red Heart:Cypress .
Siaz: month
85 3BR SV.roO per I ft ,e 'J' S. U h f' ,

L ateCl 1 mile l S.: of Starke onus 301 964-417-4 .

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1M7 fOliO HANOI fully loaded, -
assume payment. ,964.2203 .after S 15 n. ALUMINUM V-battom. with 40 hp CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
pro. 3/17 2lcho 3/24 Evlnrud. and trailer, nice $600. to the lake Region Monitor of-
W* MAZDA CAI PLUS take overpayments 762-3173. ltchg 3/3.4 fke In writing and paid In advance ...........Rm V ,
goad condition. 9644104 1M SKI BOAT 7Shp Evlnrude and unless credit I I. already establishedwith '
after 5. 964-4037 before 5 p.m 3/17 taaller$60O. Call 964-9067 after 5 p.m. this offlco.MONITOII .
Ztchg 3/24 Itchg 3/24 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ; AT
tilt wheel, cruise control $2995. Call ,MISCELLANEOUSFAIR CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER "
964.8846 after 5 p.m. 3/17 2tchg 3/24 THE TELEPHONE,
1962 FORD FAIRLANC SOOt 4 dr, 260 FIVERs Com."o nYi Clay'County Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m.' prior
motor, alf original Runt and look. Fair fa Thursday publication.
March 29-Aprll 3. 16
good. 964.8609. 3/17 2tchg 3/24 Green Cove Spring Itchg Hwy.3/24 near Minimum charge I I. IS word for$3.50, GATORSUBARU
1 IS I IT TRUE you can buy |eep* for $44 then 1S cent for each word thereafter, ,
'through the U.S.Government? Get the
fact today! Coll 1-312742-1142.. ...t.
609, 3/17 4tpd 4/1 REAL ESTATE HELP WANTED
Brougham, excellent condition. Takeover
payment $243 month or payoff 199
Specialist for evening and night shiftsIn
Call 964.5504.3/17 2tchg 3/24 I
If 84 CHRYSLER U8ARONt door black. lot, the medical and adult psychiatric
river access $5450 Each. No PER MONTH
Take over payment, approximately' down $65.41 Owner unit Require 3 year RN experience, :
money monthly.
1 of which i I I. In psychiatry Salary
$3800 owed. 964 8310. 3/17 3tchg 3/31 1-236-4579 or 1622.2438, 1/7TF
I I". PONTIAC BONNE VILLEt price GREAT RECREATIONAL 238 range $10.27 to $13.67 hourly depending
negotiable. Must sell 964.2335 day. of Southeast Alabama 43 Cultivation acres.,3/4 on experience. On. GN position
available. Contact Higgins, 1987 TOYOTA .
'night. Itchg 324WOCUTlASSSUPREMEtAT mil. river frontage 36 acre pine,
AC, PS, PS, Northeast Florida State Hospital, Mac- '
balance wooded. Wildlife
$86,950 Benny Fl. 32063, 904259-6211, ext. overdrive cloth int. AC '
AM/FM radio nearly n.w tire. $900. Barron Strolher. Broker, United National AM/FM.AT. ,
115. 3/3 Stehg 3/31
'1911'964 8490 IEMANS after STATION 5 p.m. 3/24.WAGON 3tpd 3/31: AC.pow.t 203-566-1870, P.O. Bon, 855 205-735-2442.Troy, Ala. 36081.fcan GENERAL FREIGHT HAULING Commercial ,48 mo @ 11.99 APR. $1500. Taxes and Fees '

aserlng, good condition radio Transport need owner/operator
88-1)2. '
473.3628. Itchg 3/24 N., CAROLINA scenic mountain log If you need training, we will train you. 1985 Plymouth Voyager Van
You will If
1977 MERCURY MARQUIS operate your own tractor. .
cabin for rent on river.; Cool comfortable .
condition, $300. 413-7046. 3/24 2tchg and convenient. Hiking tithing, you don't hove one. Commercial AM/FM AT AC Roofrack ,
3/31 Transport a purchase program ,
1974 DODGE CORONET CUSTOM: 'V8. attraction swimming close game by.on 305 property..943-4582.Many ken that we think I I. one of the best In thoIndu.try 42 mo @' 12.75 APR: $1500. down Taxes and Fees '
318, let than 43,000 actual mil.., excellent 88-104 If you or.21 or over and think
condition. $1500 firm 964.6821.Itpd you may qualify call for a complete Information -
3/24 BE Beautiful OUR NEIGHBOR N. Carolina package. Call weekdays.Tall 1986 New Subaru GL ," ,

Ing'available.mountain Free lilting propertle Information Flnanc' Operator Fgeo 97 1-800-348-2147 Commercial Transport, ask for I I.a I. 3 dr.:, 4x4, PS, PB, AC, AT AM/FM-Sporty New Car Warranty

MOTORCYCLES Carolina Hoyesvllle.Country N.C. Real 28904.Estate 704.389.83351, Box 686, division. of northAmerlcan Van lines, 60 mo @ 10,90 APR $1500. down + Taxes and Fees
a Norfolk Southern Corporation subsidiary
collect fcan 88.105ANIMALS Icon 88.115 ; GL 'dr. 'Sedan .
i96S XLCH H.D SPORTSTER totally 1986 New Subaru 4 "

f.rt rebuilt 782.3209, run,great 3/24 2tchg$2,000 3/31 or, bet of. a PETS HERBALIFS Call INDEPENDENT me far Opportunity DISTRIBUTOR ,PS, PB, AC, AT, AMFMNew Car Warranty -

"""" FOR SALE 305-392-704 Product' ,lean M-103 60 mo @'10.90 APR, $1500. down + Taxes- and Fees '

FOR SALE TWO APPALOOSA FlUIESt I Appaloosa product at home.Call for Information. 1987 New Subaru GL,4 dr. ,Sedan "
mar., on. Toro wheel. mower Call 504641-8003, ext. A9S79. 3/10 '
.. Kris. 964-6924. TFmf 4tpd 3/31 5 Spd.PS, I P'B, AC, AMFMNew Car Warranty ,
8'/.,.(ASSUMABLE on $22,000 3 BR, :2 ,AKC COCKER SPANIEL puppies ,M50 'AD SPECIALTY SALES.'Top commission '
fa brick veneer home with fireplaceaix each. On. 3 yr. old black ,male, $SO. Belling calendar, pen, cap and other 60 mo @10.90 APR, $1500.,,down + Taxes and Fees
;/ garage on 5 acre.. Beautiful home 9604.7554.3/2. 2tchg 3/31 1 advertising specialties locally. Full or '
Reduced to 59500. United Realty of GERMAN SHEPHERD' PUPS:' purebred,' part-time. Call Shedd-Brown, Marlon 1988, New ':Subaru 'DL 4 dr. Station Wagon '
Starke, 964.8447 or 473.3627. 11/12: TF' four color Will* hold for 'Easter:. Saylors, Men 3/28 9.3 ,..m.,;
BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home I 282.7460 after 7 pm. Itpd 3/24 615-361-6255. fcan 88-108 Spd.PS PBACAM/FM-1 ;Import Wagon
on; your lot for $350 month Mack Morilion !'' AKC PEKINESE PUPPIES! born 2/20/88.. BRADFORD CABLEVISION now accepting .
1-904.733.32SO.:' Please "call col.' (teal cute. $15 T. 9604.6705. Itpd 3/24 applications for the position of Office ,60 mo @ 1, ..90'APR, $1500. down, + Taxes'and Fees '
cct.3/34tpd3/24 $300. 964-4238., Manager. Experience with' customer
p.THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home with core( Itchg 3/24 service, computer Input general office 1988 New Subaru DL 4 dr. Sedan
port on 4 acre of land. Some furniture :duties I I.a plu.Please apply in person ,

Included 2201. Sleepy Hollow Drive, PETS at 527 S. Water St., Storke.. 964.6308, 5 spd.t. PS. PB, AC, AM/FM- Brand New
Stork.. 964 6493. ask for Cll 3/10 TF
Equal Opportunity Employer 3/112tpd '
,MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 3 BR, 2 bath 3/24 60 mo @ 10.90 APR, $1500 down + Taxes and Fees
brick home In exclusive country club GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS Pure breed, .CASE MANAGER/DIRECT SERVICE
area. Price negotiable. Call for detail, 'four colors, will void for EosteryColl. WORKER lit Bradford County area
373.8312 day or 964.8809. Itpd 3/24 282.7460 after 1. p.m)Itpd 3/24 Bachelor In human services related
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U field or M degree with 4 yr". related
,.epairl. Foreclosure r.pos, tax delinquent experience, or licemure LPN. To perform 159
propertle Now selling your direct yervlces/cose ,respon MONTH
agia. Call 13157367375. ext. H-F1-53. sibilities. $12,500-$!8.500. Deadline PER
for current list. 24 hr*. 3/17 3tpd 3/31 '''Apr.' S_ Send resume to' Debra .
,EAGLE NEST HOMES kit form or turn key TRAIN Parmenter,, Personnel Office, .
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Wausau modular home John Curle*, Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic P.O 'a I' n" !' : ;:
United Realty" 964-8447.3/l7 TF,. r TO BE A ...: '.ox-399/Storhe, -3209v. 3/24: 2tchc*,,, ...'__II...."'* ..... .5".wuuat.u .. w.an"tT"" .1-
KEY DOME 32 GEODESIC HOUSE:.Han' PROFESSIONAL 3/31. Black! AM/FM/TD, AT, Cruise PW PDL,,29,000 miles a': "' ""
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dyman Special. A eed value SECRETARY ,CITY OF STARKE I* now accepting applications "
42 mo 12.75APR $1500 down + Taxes and Fees
$50,000. Asking $45,000. 13051 .SECRECEPTIONISTEXEC. for a Clerk Typist Must be atleast @, ,
Lawrence St., Spring Hill. Fla. 34609 18 year old; high school
904.683.1607. fcan 88-107 SECRETARY graduate to work In purchasing depart
BLOCK HOUSE completely furnished ""start locally, full time/port time! ment. Apply at City Hall Merrell D... 1988 Nissan Sentra
well and septic tank:2 BR, 1 bath, also (L.arn word processing and! Office. Itchg 3/24 AM/FMITD AC 4 spd. .10,000 miles
2 acre of land high and dry.Large oak related secretarial skill. Home II ELECTROUIX NOW HIRING Position ,
tree and some fruit trees 964-5986. Study and Resident Training. Nat 11 'available In management, sales and 60 ,mo @ 10.90 APR $1500 down + Taxes and Fees .

Itpd 3/24 headquarter H.P.', Fl. service. Full and part-time, 373.7811


.er MNCULM RVRR PALE I I' time or part time. Unlimited oppor AC AT, Tilt AM/FM PW. PDL ,

,MOTIVATED PROFESSIONAl RE .-fUCIIEIT AllllTAMCIJ tunities. For mar. Information call'' :,,48 mo @ 12.25 APR. $1500. down'+ Taxes and Fees .' '
associate and Broker assoc. to work '1-800-432-3004 Ramona 782-3068. 2/18 7tchg 3/31 '
area of your choice. If you have Idea HU'l1CHOOl.of 0..., R.N., p.R.N. position available Inprogressive '. : 1987 ChevS-10' '
'r' you'd like to see promoted goal you'd, THE hospital ,specializing In
like to reach and or.willing to work in M.t i.+-. ,, reconstructive, plastic, hand 1microsurgery. 1, AC 5 spd., 7000 miles, bedliner ,' "
''a professional and happy atmosphere, Med/Surg. experience .
,lets, talk; For conf. Interview call ,required Apply to lake Butler Hospital ,48 ,mo. ,'@'11.99 APR. $1500. down + Taxes and Fees

684.2954 or 374.0750. Itpd 324ALTERATIONS Hand Surgery Center SR 121 t 100, 'Corrola ;
1985 Toyota
,lake Butler Flo., 904-496-2323 EOE. :iP

3/10 3tchg 3/24 1.1 AC, AT: AM/FM ,
R.N.'s lull and PRN position available '
Med/Surg. experience preferred Paid 42 mo @ 12.75 APR, $1500 down + :Taxes and Fees ',
time off program. Apply to Lake Butler
I' Hospital Hand Surgery Center SR 121 & III 1986'GMC. S-15 P/U, :
100 lake Butler, Fla, 904-496-2323,
964-2497 EOE. 3/10 3tchg 3/24 AC, AT, AM/FM, Bedliner ,
Train to pe a MVI-IN HELP WANTED IN ,JACKSONVILLE '48 mo @ 12.25 APR, $1500.'down +""Taxes'nd' Fees '

TRAVEL AGENT : Light housekeeping, salary In ."
Westslde area. Call 17833812. TFm( .
'$100 REWARD I AIRLINERESERVATIONIST J welding' have own tool .and have
home phone.Good benefit, and profit' 9 9
.' For 'any Information shoring available Contact Griffinn..

leading to the recoveryof J I dustries, 9.5 p.m. Apply In person, Rd PER MONTH
Start locally full-time/part-time,tra 221. Hampton. 3/24 TF .
stolen ,sterling silver I on live airline' computer. Horn ATTENTION NOW ACCEPTING ,APPLICATIONS
wares, and 'diamond mdy and resident/ training. for soles clerk, Bryan.Ace 1988 New SubarU DL Justy-5 Spd. Brand New

rings' around Feb'' 29 or I placeman Financial aid asetetance..vailable:National Job"' PO"Hardware_. Palmetto In Keystone'I Nightingale Hts.,,Apply. St.In,' r 60 mo @ ''10.90 APR, $1500. down + Taxes and Fees tlIsi

,March I hedquarfcx.Uohttiousa Point Fl| WATKINS'1473.4006.3/24 DEALERS 2tchg WANTED 3/31 to ,sellfamous '' 1988'' New SubarU DL ,JUSty-5 Spd. Brand New,
Please Call I9 .5762' A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL, product full or part-time. Be "
With Information 1400.432.3004'STRAWBERRIES your own ba...,Call 782-3068 lowtey. 60 mo @ 10.90 APR, $1500.down,, ,+ Taxes and Fees
any ,
3/24 4rpd "/1., ,
LK1 WE NEED ASSISTANCE evaluating" and ,
1985 Subaru DL'Wagon--AM/FMJ5 spd.Ac Roofrack
work : :
responding to daily report submitted ,
--- by our agent throughout the. 42 mo @ 12.75 APR, $1500. down+ Taxes and Fees
state. No experience necessary. Paid '
!, ,.to complete training Work at home,
For Information tend self.addressed' 1985 Dodge ,Aries Wagon: -AMyFMATAc,2iooomiies
*, ,AWGA stamped Dept.envelope E, Box 9V4 49204.Inches Atlanta long ta 42 mo @ 12.75APR. $1500. down:! + Taxes and Fees '

Ga. 30359 Itpd 3/24 '
Retail or Wholesale: HIRINGI Government jobs your area WATCH GAINESVILLE'S: BEST BECOME
$15.0OO-$68OOO. Call 602-838.8885. .
C Quart r-=CjBFlat 'E* '
Ext. 3493. 3/24 2tpd 3/31 .GAIN 5VILLE'S BIGGEST.
,FULL OR PART-TIM HELP to work with ...'
J. Wainwright: ProduceStarke lawn service Must be able ta repair

lawn service equipment. Call 9644238.. ,
Itchg 3/24 -
S. 301 North Starke, .' cashiers and service station attendant ......frlo .:3...-.:....

*. Apply Pep-O. 620 S. Walnut St. s.t. .:3...-.:.... .
Itchg 3/24' > I
LIVE-IN HOTIL MANAGER NEEDED Can s... il08iRe-fl00. Re {.
be retired couple. For Information callJ. .'
Miller, 964-0309. TF ,
ting applications for position of Molar'
;i LaZBoyFrom Must be high school graduate and certified .
polk standards with five years
experience In law enforcement and experience .' SUBARU r 'GATOR

.. r In administration and supervisory , : SUBARU
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1:00-5:30: : Sat. 1:001:00II : The) Orangutan get He name
1 F.IU Viiu Can 0* fitter it Denmark Furnitun- from a ward In the Malay language
meenlnaj *man of the wood*

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Bookkeeping & Income Tax Preparation

Mrs. Lola Johnson Smith of Okeechobee;; tour member of Mt.Zion Primitive'Baptist Survivors include two IliU>lers. Serving the' area' since 1970
Mrs. Lola Mabel Johnson, 91, of ,daughters Mrs.Onie Mae Herbrandof Church.. Louise Andrews of Keystone:and '11*' N. Walnut'St. f A A Q >np I Next to 'ost 'owlc.
Starke died Monday,Mar.21 at her Daytona Beach, Mrs. Ruth Survivor include her daughter), Ruth Calllson of Atkinson, 111.; and Stark fl Q Downtown
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horn following an extended lllnesi. Frazier of Miami Mrs. Era S. Hazel L. Thomas of Starke; sister, one brother Bill Wills of Keystone, .....,..
of '
Born July 30, 1896 In Interlachen, Rogers Waldo and Mrs. Alta L. Effie Morgan of Gainesville; one Heights. -
Mrs. Johnson moved to Starke in Pharess of valdese. N.C.; sister, granddaughter, Theresa ,Hoilingswortti Graveside funeral services were
1M3 from Ocala.She was a member Mrs.Lanora Walden of'Tampa; five. ; and two great- held Friday, Mar. 18 at Gadara
of First Baptist Church of Starke grandchildren seven great grandsons. Cemetery with Rev. Ken Pippm officiating 'y I
and the Homemakers Club of grandchildren and two great-great- Funeral services were held Mar. Burial was under the
Starke. She was formerly employed granchildren. 21 in Rock Primitive Baptist Churchin direction of Jones Funeral Home of
with the State of Florida.Dept., of, Funeral services were held Mar. Graham with Elder O. M. Yarborough See
Corrections 22 at the Starke Church of God with officiating. Interment was Keystone.Card
as supervisor/buyer foi'the
garment factory in the Lowell Rev. Walter Monti and Rev.John P. in Primitive Baptist Church of Thanks
Women's Prison. Spratlin officiating. Burial followedin Cemetery under the direction of 'VernonReddish '
We'' would like ''to express our
Santa Fe South 'of
Cemetery Jones Funeral Home of Starke. .
Survivors include
Starke with Archie Tanner Funeral sincere gratitude' to our many
daughters, Mabel Robarts of Lake Home of Starke in charge of ar, friends and relatives for the support
Asbury,Luclle Godwin of Starke and rangements. Mr.: Leo B. Wills and many acts of kindness duringthe
Ida. Otto of Everett. Washington loss of our loved one.Also special
,son, Walter Edward Johnson Mrs. Nannie II.Thomas Mr. Leo Bernard Wills. ,72. of, thanks for the beautiful flowers and For Your _
of Keystone Heights; two sisters Keystone Heights died 'tueaday( all the nice food which was so great- A ,r
Helen Kennedy of Keystone andViola Mrs. Nannie Howard Thomas 87, Man 15 at his home of an apparent appreciated. New ,or Used,
Launhart of Newton, Kansas; of Starke, died Friday Mar. 18 in heart attack. Your kindness ,and support will
ten grandchildren, and 13 great Bradford Hospital following an ex. Born June 28, 1915 in Clinton, 111, always be remembered. May God : Auto Needs
grandchildren. tended illness. 'Mr Wills moved to Keystone in 1979. bless you all
Funeral services will be held to- Born Sept. 13,'1900, Mrs. Thomas He was a veteran of World War II in The Family of Harold Clemons '.
day (Thursday,Mar. 24> at 10 a.m, moved to Starke in 1971 from Lake the ,Army Air Corps ,and was a Hazel Norman urh f
in DeWitt C,Jones Chapel of Starke City. She was a homemaker and a_ retired carpenter.
with Mr. Dwight Robarts and Mr. ,.. '
Van Robarts officiating. Intermentwill \ :
be in Melrose Cemetery under ,"\ ,
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the direction of Jones Funeral Home ; ,
I .
,of In Starke.lieu of' flowers contributionsmay Famous Easter Play Set ,
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be made to North Central Fla. ,
Hospice, P. 'O. Box 1S23S?
Gainesville, Fla.,32604. The Easter spectacular, "Resur-. Scenery was 'designed by Jim '
rection" is coming to Gainesvilleonce Wallace formerly with the Florida A REVOLUTION IN
Mrs. Mary L. MoodyMrs. again this Easter season on, Players at the University of Florida
Saturday,Apr.2 and Easter Sunday, The chorus, cast and orchestra will ,WATER CONDITIONERS
Lucybelle of
Mary Moody,67 Apr 3 at the Gainesville High School be under the direction _of Greg .
Keystone died Thursday' Mar.17 in, auditorium. 'Hochstetler, who is the Associate If you are concerned about sodium In your 'dlt. .. .
Alachua. General. after a brief illness. The Saturday night performancewill Pastor/Music and Media at the Ianotico K-LIFE Is the answer. "
Born Nov. 22, 1920 in Jacksonville. be at 7:30 p.m. and the Easter ,;North Central Baptist Church. '7 '(A Water Conditioner Salt Substitute)
Mrs. Moody moved to Keystone in Sunday matinee,will be at 4 p,m. The story line ,centers around GTiUarant88d
1966 from Jacksonville. She was a ''Peter and his last hours before his ... NO SODIUM (SALT)
homemaker and a member of St "Resurrection" is an Easter spec- death by crucifixion. His dialoguewith ,i. ::" ,: ASK (
Anne's Episcopal Church. tacular reenacting the events from the centurion who is sent to' (',I ABOIR NO ELECTRICITY
Survivors include one daughter Palm Sunday to the Ascension as guard him, of his life and involvement ', FREE Dye NO TIME CLOCK -
Lucy M. Moody of Avon Park, Fla. seen through the eyes of Apostle of with Jesus Christ, is the cen- ', Bustin
Funeral services were held Satur Peter. It will be presented by the tral theme of the musical. The INSTALIATION
day,Mar. 19 in St.Anne's Episcopal. North Central Baptist Church In. flashbacks throughout the production -, ,'.'\;,'",, I ...1.F...llr..utom.aiisrsneocaztsr.NI.. .
< a electricity
Church with Rev. Junmy E. Ed- Gainesville. of his life involves the other ,. We Take 'ABcJyclx of roar watertfetermlae
wards offIciating. Interment was in, This year's presentation will be j disciples, Mary Magdalene and the freqaevcy..offIC.KIC ,
Keystone Cemetery under the direc- the fourth presented by the church crowds. The cast and chorus are T rod e-I n s valve reieneratloB 1* .... a. farther4* <> *
tion of 'Jones Funeral Home of since 1982. The production is a com: made up of members of the church V Dec J n....... .rs rsq.lr.i..
Keystone., plete two-act musical drama wntten family at ,North ,Central Baptist a -No'l> -
In lieu of flowers, donations may' in the,style of a Broadway Musical.]) 'Church tIcsoi. "
be made to the St. Anne's Episcopal .roil: AMERICAN WATER TECHNOLOGIES Inc.
Church Memorial Fund.. --, '
"We 9uard the water you drink"
'' ,See me at
Mrs..Fannie S. O'Hara' 377-5657 'or 475-1183 CALL TODAY'
Mrs.: Fannie Smith O'Hara;90:of
Okeechobee, died Saturday, Mar.,19 Swing QilnMvlll*, Utlroit, Myiton Htlghtt,Stick:
at a hospital in Okeechobee,follow.
ing an extended illness.A
native of Coffee County, Ga., for new &'used vehicles
Mrs. O'Hara lived most of her life in .
209W. Madison St. Starke
Graham before moving to ,
Okeechobee two years ago. She wasa 9647200Eddie "TRADE IN''H
member of the Starke Church of
God. .
Survivors include her son, L.".C. Starling



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Recent drug investigations by other
Starke Police Department Drug the J
Task Force agents brought the total found.
number of arrests involving drugs motel room
by SPD to 39 since the third of Starke was
January. on an
The task force obtained a warrantfor Alachua
Alphonzo Covington,28,of Starke Total
for sale of cocaine.,At 2:08 a.m. Lt $26,900 with
John Hodges and Patrolman County He
MichaeJ. McClain spotted Covington custody. custody.'t'
in the Step Saver Store at US-301 and
SR16. When the officers atttempted March 3,
to arrest,Covington he fought with Sinclair : ,
During the arrest Covington triedto force. : )
throw away a bottle filled with 4.5 Clam for
grams of crack cocaine. Assisting in and !
the arrest were Patrolmen Susan caine. A ,
Wilkerson and Danny Thrift Cov- camera [
inglon.-.vas charged with several driven by
counts of resisting arrest with and pending a ( )
without violence, two counts of battery and Clay / ,
of a law enforcement officer, vestigators.
possession with intent to sell cocaine taken In
and possession of drug parapher in Clay
nalia. He was also charged with Roberts'
throwing a missile Into an occupied remains in.

.. In vehicle which happened earlier in
Money Custody...
w the week.of which one vehicle was a -'
In custody of the Starke Police Task Force'ls the Hodges patrol car driven by Patrolman
'$1,960 In currency seized last Friday in their ongoing Arrest are expected pending further investigation. WilKerson. Wilkerson was driving by '
The Thomas St.
Investigation. ,Involved In the surveillance and subsequent stop of the Apartments
March 18 a late model Cadillac driven by Gwendolyn Cadillac were Chief Jimmy Bowen, Patrolmen when the vehicle was hit by a bottle
Murphy of Daytona Beach was stopped by SPD Task Michael McClain, Susan Wllkerson. Jerry Hayes and thrown by Covington.
Force at Burger King at the entrance to the drive-thru, Jeff Johnson, said Lt.Hodges. After the arrest Covington'apart
following an 18-hour surveillance Chief ment and motel room which was CWNft
Bowen further slates that he will do whatever Itlakes
Also seized were police scanners, walkie talkies anda to rid Starke of Illegal drugs. registered to him was searched by -
small amount of crack cocaine,according to Lt.John the task force and ten grams of
crack cocaine? several pipes and i Restaurant,

I Final in Traffic CourtThe t Mandarin' & Szechuan Cuisine

Dispositions 1900 N Tempi Starke. Florida 32091


following defendants appeared Walter f'. Swindell pled,guilty' no Stacey Dionne Hall pled guilty Clay pled no contest second check For'reservations or ,take 'out orders call: 9647681MONDAYFRIDAY ,
before Judge George H. tag on mobile home; presented valid NVDL.;' fined $101.25, Salvation Ar charge ot issuing worthless ;
Pierce,in Bradford County 'traffic tag, dismissed. my supervision for payment. restitution has been made,six mon- I'
Court March IS,their cases received Kenneth Harold Stevens pled guilty Hall pled guilty unlawful speed; ths probation ,) .,"
Jenkins ,
Robbie no
final disposition. DUI;.fined $625, license suspended fined $92. pled ";r
six months,attend DUI school,50 disorderly-intoxication'; $100 "}':' '
David Wilkerson pled guilty no tag hours community work, Salvation Misdemeanor Court costs. I ", ;::
,on mobile home; presented valid tag Wayne Carroll Wilcox pled no contest
Army supervision one year. Cheryl Pugsley pled no contest deer with and 11 tit 2:30 ,"
take Lunch
ordered to pay $50 court costs* Brenda Wolfe attempt gun : pm : pm
Dormmey gull.t ,
dismissed. pled worthless check; made restitution, ten days in jail Salvation Army
NVDL; presented valid license, Dinner: 4:30: til 9:30:
months $50
Charlie Smith'pled guilty driving dismissed. placed on six probation supervision, fine $127 Wilcox
under the influence (DUD fined court costs. charged with resisting officer Saturday:,4:30 til 9:30:
$362, license suspended six months, DUI James fined_Allen Norman pled guilty Jude Alkire pled no contest wor- without violence case dismissed. Lunch Sunday: 12 noon til 2:30: \
; $362, license suspendedsix
attend DUI school,. SO hours com; thless check; continued to Apnl S to Lorrie Shaw Hettnck pled no con-,
munity work Salvation Army super hours months, attend work DUI schOOl 50 show proof of restitution: $50 court' ,test attempting to take deer with gun Dinner 4:30: til 9
community Salvation '
vision nine months. costs. and light; $250 court costs.
Mark Beard pled gUilty'' driving' Army supervision one year Cheryl Pugsley pled no contest Clillord Smith pled guilty battery,
Jetro Watkins pled no 'contest worthless check (forode Shell;;, sentenced to'
while' license'suspended (DWLS);, criminal mischief;
,fined $127.Elbert DUI; fined $1,150, ,attend DUI, made restitution, six months' proba- time, served, $50 court costs..
school, SO hours community Work,'
Edward Murray pled guilty tion. James McNeal pled no contest
OWLS; fined 10125. license suspended six months, ,Casey L. Clark pled guilty issuing battery;.lined $127.
Salvation Army supervision one 'worthless check months
Jason Richard Gullion pled guilty' ; six probation
year. make restitution, $50 court
expired driver license(VDL)
; produced Fletcher William Rodgers pled rio '
valid license, costs suspend- contest DWLS fined $127, 60 days Terry: Jenkins pled no contest issuing -
edGullion court probation. worthless check; restitution
pled guilty DUI fined Horace Tyson pled no contest made. six months court probation,. "
license Suspended six months
$625 attendDUI DUI; fined $625 license suspendedsix violate no laws, $50 court costs.
50 hours community work, months, fined $625, attend DUI, Troy Lee Sturgis pled no contest .
school Salvation Army super- school, SO, hours community work battery; six months probation, con- (: LAKE AREA
violate laws. UAS ,
vision one year, no
Salvation Army
nine .
supervision court
'I S tinue therapy at BUGC $50
,Robert Al Banks presented valid \
months. -
.' tag for mobile homed; case dismiss- Wayne Carrol Wilcox pled no'contest costs, Grey.Clay pled no contest issuing ,'V. S947, GLASS & MIRROR. ,

h'" ,;;, .Charlie i Paul Brown" pTed"guilty fleeing ,attempting .\1"\19\ ,''wuitlileM check;restitution made
police 200 hours community work
six months probation, $50' court ET '
DUI fined $3620 license suspendedsix Salvation Army supervision one costs. )
momths 50 hours community
work"attend DUI school Salvation,, year. YOU HEAD START ON THIS YEARS [f"64-16841
Army supervision one year, s
James Harold Johns' pled guilty" HOME MAINTENANCE
OWLS; presented valid license,' PHYSICAL, THERAPYJERRY
ordered to pay$50. ,emOWDDOOJtSI
John David Watterson pled guilty FISHER. P.T.: I e MIRRORS
DUI fined $362, license suspendedsix I ,'GLASS, e SCREElf PORCHES
months, attend DUI school, 50 BY APPOINTMENT 964-6000
hours community work Salvation I e NEW OR REPLACE OLD WINDOWS:
one violateno 5 DAYS-A-WEEK 8 A M.-5 P.M.
Army supervision year
Clarence David Miller pled no contest 322 South Walnut PICTURE FRAMES ,..
,DWLS; $50 court costs. !Y1Jt:1 \ GLASS FURNITURE TOPS
Wendy flee Esta brook I charged Starke, Florida 32091
with DWLS; $25 court costs. &- tI1
Estabrook charged with unlawful i '\
speed; fined $9. OUT &1 C90Ylro.
Flanders' pled guilty wIflZ
Bobby '" s
NVDL; present valid license and sy-'t) '
pay $50 court costs or pay $101.25. 0$25.00: : score big buys
Mae Brazil Lee pled guilty permitting .- a
unauthorized operator to drive; on-Sat

dismissed.John Edward Pass III pled no contest -I 97SImm! '

attaching license plate to WCWZ/W .
,nonassigned vehicle; costs suspend- > ON USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT

ed.Lloyd a EN
Eugene Canon pled guilty I OR .L_
OWLS; fined $127.50, Salvation Army

Steven supervision Dyke Roberts 60 days for pled payment no con- LIYivI 9:30: -: Sea Metal Desks

test OWLS; presented valid license,
$50 court costs. ; ONEfJr 3ea. Wood Desks

Daniel W, Thompson pled guilty i-HAI
leaving accident more than $50; $50 3ea. Workstations:

,court costs.Gregory t'1mpf2 '
George Gonzalas pled X964-4645 A 3ea. Secretarial type
guilty DWLS; presented valid C CG' '
ftrr H.
license, pay $25 court costs.' >SJ Lne chairs wcasterst
Jesse James Bullard.pled guilty, onvrroV 'R rv '
OWLS; $50 court costs. :chairs
1 lobby
Bullard pled guilty, unlawful o
speed; fined $80. I
Malm Leon Dick pled no contest
DUI; fined $625, license suspendedsix
months, attend DUI school Bradford each
from $119.00
Salvation Army supervision one Desks ,
.year, violate no laws. Center:
Dick pled not guilty OWLS; case Chiropractic
dismissed. Starke Office S Chairs from $29.00 each

failing Wayne to Stephen report accident Henry pled; dismissed. guilty- 218 S. Walnut''St.
accident Next to the Chamber of Commerce Paper Shredders ,,99.00 eachWe
Henry pled guilty leaving 96 .4957
I court
more than $50 I damage;
I Joe Luis Clrerol pled guilty DUI;'

ten days in Jail, fined $127 PAIN CONTROLHeadaches ,
Stephen Gregory Medlock pled T
guilty failure to renew tag; $50 court .
Neck & Arm
v ,
fhunna Inskeep Bench pled guilty Mid Back

DWLS; pay 101.25 or present. valid Low Back& Leg _INJURIES'_ also print: OFFICE
license and pay $101.25. .Wrk .."104' 1
Bench pled guilty expired tag; .S..er Business Forms
presented valid tag, $50 court costs, .P...... SHDPCornputer'Sales
I Homer Donald White pled guilty .A.r.Aec14...ara Receipts .
OWLS; $25 court costs; "llOW.CaltSt.'
Sidney Griffis III pled guilty no DR.W.DAVID SIKES Stock
"' Stationary on Fancy
tag on mobile home;presented valid DR.RICHARD C,TULLER'CJUROPRACfIC 96457,64Don't :

lag dismissed. PHYSICIANS Practically Else
Donald Mark Hodges pled guilty Anything Stork ..r-. t
failure to renew tag;presented valid THE r TEAM APPROACitCHIROPRACTIC forget our business
suspended, dismissed.
,tag, costs
Handy Hayes pled no contest attaching CARE WHEN YOU NEED IT 'card special....:....1000 cards
license plate nonasalgned J4 HOURS A DAY *T DAYS A WEEK.

vehicle $aa court costs. black ink. $19.95
Frank Jones pled guilty no tag on ,964..951-14110UR BEEPER '

mobile dismiued.t Jm.; complied with law,, -N.M..l si a.1...ti-. 0'T \.


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"};," :; Shondee Lewis correctly spelled Hoden, Angela Baker, Cassandra ''' ,\ .:;; '!H :!: ::>"' ',I I,1 '::. ,' :" ;, ','

''f,>, the words"Journal"and"assistant":' ColdweU, Monica Quicksall, Roxann ::'' ; ;' :,PURCHASE FROM
-: to become the'Brooker Elementary Kelly Jason Coaline, Matt Stafford, .
1-\.:. \' School spelling bee champion' for, Rebekab Welch, Amy Crews, : \,1"; : :," ;' : ." -0' "
k' 1988.' Meshell Welliver, Inez ParriSh, '
",;" Jesse Warburton was runner-up in. Jessica Smith, Cecil Stanley ,:,.:. '\( ::: .>1', GMON'87NOVAS \ ?
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'r the bee held Ir.. 00o
!, Monday, Feb. 22. ,Jeremy Tetstone, Zachary, Rogers, -..' ,:
( I"" 'Special guest judges were Debbie ,Jason Dodd, Chris Hogg, Scott ,' ,, "
{ .' .and Cecil Turner, parent volunteers Jones, Brian Clark, Bruce Her "
1 at BE, and Guidance Counselor Iva nandez David Hodge., o\.c
)' Jean Harrell. Pronouncer was Principal -. The (difficult words on the spelling "
;Y'\t Bill McRae. list, as in all schools, gave the C 'From
Both Spondee and Jesse are in Brooker students trouble right off
; Mrs. CzzeTs 6th grade class at BE. the bat.. Works in the first round, 'warranty
i"I;! ," Shondee is the daughter of Mr. and which eliminated most students, included With Factory
1r1:' '' Mrs. Eddie Lewis of Brooker.Jessie : amateur, nobility, various, ALL -
d' is the son of Ms. Lorraine Warburton' penalize, separate, cafeteria, sensible -
N:' of Brooker,' knapsack, secretaries, ticketer,
;4t!);,'" At BE, any student who desired abusing, dying Chorus Inaccurate
entered the spelling bee competition. privilege, obituary, tailgate, orally 572.95from
'jl'' ;i' ,; : Those, entering were: Jesse permanence, additive, version.

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I ,t'., \' Land, Sales in Bradford .

Property ''transactions/ totaled: William Gordon & Marlon Carrie i
:- $1.376 million ,in Bradford County Weest to I. D., & Connie Williamson, 1.1
during December 1987, according to'' 9, lots in Hampton, 15636. ,
deeds filed in the, Bradford County Ethel Gaskms to John Gregory $,1:4.9: per 'month.
{ courthouse. Gnffis, 50 acre parcel $100,000., ,
? Largest sale of the month was the' Geneva H.'Wilmot to Richard A. &' :./;
Sawyer Gas purchase of the formerNorman's Marilyn J. Federmeyer. lot in .
Seminole v -1--' ..>. ;'j "' v"i-* '*,,a'fif' &i' !: ''t'yt'tt. >siti'f.\-tt.. bstt''tw. t<;*:..< : : :;."
Market building on US-301 Ridge $6,500. t ,U "l. SB,-: < li'.o.y : :, \ A ; :< : ; :,) ? :>
.j'i. south in Starke for' a reported Carlos M. & Edith L. Hernandez to' ttC,?,,''''N'.o.'{J. A"3$,", i a v;>a.'s:<':-<,..%,. ?."-,3;;.>1-17."r-lj-:" ;'!...a+,w\;\,3 iif'o: :: : 'sh".., -.>..AMv, J /{C;.,
I'y'S' :::,:', '$350,000 from L.M. Norman Jr. and Pedro' V. & Sharron Fpnt, three, <.!.-, :: .. ? '('t. ..t ;
'; : Harry Hatcher III. parcels totaling 36 acres, $81,800.._ : '...'.'.''l SSlMllfM:; -, <1< EWl-Ss.
i/'A/ .' ;' Prices of transactions are figured Clarence E. & Fatha M. DeSue to .t : ; \ (JLi' <. '' ;
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: from Edward Hankerson, parcel of land' j> :::: \ > '''': ') '' "" ', ; '
,; i ,' 'f. to documentary deeds. tax stamps affixed $3,500. ,.' ;: "' \1l'w'; 1: ,, a'";uy2s? \:3AS,.. si s,'%*.".Aft',\. .,!;>,,.,<4..ixv,:Pa#:',?v-j-?< <\>.y%{? >.. *t*,,Ml. >}-,..vVfiH5sS5 .. -:.' '
'7" '' 'h' "' 'w' < .'
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,', C. E. & Faitha DeSue to Rowland ; >;; "..'.<) ,*:"A'., s ? ,. a- <' r",:::,'rv. \CSKV '
INk{ Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to ". <.'...,,:z..c.. ,: & ..:..j..i ,4. . .
j''>'Y 4': MASO, Inc,'3 lots in Deerfoot Trails Cummings, 1 acre, $3,300. ,, ..,... .',$< ..-tt:t\h <<' 1Jnti1 [oune88'y. ,'' d&w" : ,'\(.,,,>r':":.,) !. ; .,
,,1( "" "e."t. ::-" "' '':; fi;::. ,,-\f";. .."".'(' t:
W. J.& Beatrice G. Dodd to .. If
Wayne ,, .,, ,
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$7,500, &\ % %, .w*'; ;' "< "'i.; 's'>'; ;{ 4" "',>;.i'. .Q: 1' \..' : "t;
; 1 Fleet Finance & Mtg.:, Inc. to & Lisa J. Lambas: 1 acre $31,000. t,:';>!>'> ; .- ..... ..'. "... "" .
Walter B. & Ernestine B.'McRae Nm N 'e MoHN' .
1: : Jerry H. & Zenaida Yates, parcel of ... > 'B'O T Y ,.
land, $8,800.Lawrence.. to Robert D.&Sandra J. Wallace, lot 'WAC
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s'',', t Budgett to J. R. &, 'in Connerly Estates, $79,900. t \ dt.B. l 1tf; :%; t\; : \1r\; %i1 jW; 3\S Jt: ttr ;
(.f'' Debra S. Flynn, lot in Sunny Acres' Roland B. & Edith E. Grider to f.L. .
'1.' Subdiv.; $3,545.Melissa & lona Ogier, lots in Temples.
t'',:" T BrItt to Gerald C.. & ,Addn. Starke, 9000..
,;'8 ,, Cathy M,DeStefano, lot in Keystone ,Southeast Mortgage Co., to Larry''L.
1';j'" '' I < Oaks. &' Diana L. Eggmeyer. lot in
Ii"i L.' M.'Norman'Jr". td Harry M. Pmehaven, 16000.
):' I,' Hatcher III & J. Charles Sawyer, ,, David F. & Melodie M. Wager to 1r-r. 1988 C-10
,C ,: ,parcel in Starke, $175,910. Edward & Nancy Carter, lot 10'
; Saratoga Hts.. $25,700. I r
Winslow R.' & Francis Lois
Johnson, to Ernest E. & Charlie Mae, Anne McRae Walnwnght to CSX ,.5 speed, V-6,'radial tires
1)\)\ Triest, 10, acres on Griffis Loop, Corp., parcel of land, $4,000.
;f $10,110. Richard A. & Nancy J. Bloodgoodto
(',:;j Carol R. Corey & Anne T. Nelson, CSX Corp., parcel of land $3,500. ca. From $9750.
t i3',! 1\ to Judd T. & Helen G. Ogden, lot in Virginia M. Callan to Toddy &
Jean A. ,Johnson, parcel of land,
I:: Saratoga Hts., 44000. $210. per month
S. M., Jr. & Venera Brown, & $5,700.
Harold L. &' Barbara J. Wise,' to Robert & Shirley House to L. J. -r .with tag & ,tax down
.William H. & Loretta J. MarChant, Kite, 2 acres, 19,100.' ,
parcel in Starke, $27,000. 4 L. J. Kite To Harvey L. Bessmger,
e. Thomas S. & Nettie D. Hogsed to, ,Sr., I acre, $4,000. ,
L.',1. Kite to Elaine Overstreet, 1
Trustees of Smyrna Missionary Baptist ,
I:.. Church. lot on Pratt St., Starke, acrty! $4,000.. 4 ASTROS :IN STOCK
ROnme C. & Nonta V. Davis'to''Thomas '
,,," '. $18,000. "
,. Russell A.,, 'Rocksund to ,J.' R., M. & Charlene J:' Howard. 6 vans in stock -
McLeod,, Lot in Hampton. Oaks, ,lot in Woodlawn, $9,100. ,. -
5000. Dennis K. & Janet Hall to CSX '
Carl W.' & Evelyn D. Johnson to Corp., parcel of land, $5,000. 1988 G20Conversion
Danny & 'Anna Price," :'2.79 ,Ac.$15,100.r .,, Margaret Carter to Florida National -'
". :/ ;; Bank lots in. Knights Subd., '
J L. Kite to-DeLouise", Elbert'Hurst $6,900.' 'Vans : ', 1
{. ;," ? Sr., parcel of land, $15,100. David C:& Diane J, Held to James'W.Jr. .,<, ,
'" .' Patricia A. Hmman to Robert P. & & Cathy A., Moore, lot m ., by SUN RAY, ,
;:, Lauren L: Benoit, Lots at Santa Fe Seminole Ridge, $49,900. ,
,r ,Shores, $96,500. Charles D.. & Grace Thompson to' :
t,'. L. J. Kite to Sidney D.Newman, T Ruby Thompson >& CSX Corp., $16,499., ,
of land, $12,800.' :
,", acre, $4,900.Craig parcel
&Debra Wieser to Donna M., Peggy Corliss to Guy E. & Julia M.,
Schuttak, lot ,in Seminole >Ridge Forsythe, parcel of land, $2,500.
$145,900.' Oris Kent & Dorothy B. Booker to '3 BRASS HAT BEAUVILLES 3 BRASS HA: ASTROS,
HAR-PLA Inc." to John O.. Warner''' J. R. & Hilda C.'McLeod, parcel,of
,land, $82,000.Selma '
& Joni J Padgett, lot in Riverview --
Estates, $4,636.' Ellington .o Joe A,
A. L. .&: Louise, Sanderson to McGhghy, parcel of land,$9,500. See Steve lee
Rebecca T. Whitley, lot in Bradford George& Silke Clough to KathleenV. See Randy Pass See Vernon Reddish
Heights Subdiv.. $133,136. Weaver,parcel of land, 29000.. '

: for any of several Cavaliers for a'87' Ford Ranger XLT for a 88 Calais International, Series.'

: Priced from Quad 4 Engine
I Heilbronn VFD Raf Tickets
Selling' ; .4 -Sharp '

At least seventeen prizes will be Jones ,Craft hop, CtaasUlns: $6595. $$3995$,
awarded to holders of raffle tickes Jewelry Jackson Building Supply, $$9495
now on sale by members of Register Oil, Gator 11 Farm Supply.:
Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire I Purple Gator, J.'s and membership
.... Department. at Aardvark Video and 20/20
,All proceeds will go toward the Video will all be awarded on the last See Neal Lamb See Lorna Reddishfora'87FontiacSnnbiid See.Jack'Rawls
support of the fire department. night of the Bradford County Fair,

Tickets tion from are any available member.for The a $1 drawingwill dona- for a'87' C-10 for a'86' C-10
be the last night of the Bradford Fire Tip Chevy Chevy

County. Fair. Do fire 'drills in your home. It ,
f.A doesn't take much time and it could Low Miles 'Loaded 6 Air Std
$100 gift certificate from Starke save a life.Have Red & White-like New -, Stepside Pickup; cyi ,
Motor Parts, a household spraying
outside '
meet so
a place to
from Bowen's Pest Control, gift certificates know is safe.. $$5995
from Thomas Auto Parts you everyone $$9795 $$6895
,Lady Bug Florist, Julia's Florist,r 'Dial 911.
Hunan Resturant, with gifts from Emergency ,


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