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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sign-up y
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Baseball registration for boys <
and girls ages 7-14 begins Tues., Mining
Jan. 16 and ends March 7. Fee, $30. '
Sign up at Watt Street Center or -
old Armory BuildingRecycleRecycle. Present plans are to shut down the
!! dredge and wet mill at Highland in i
... 1991 but the dry mill will continue In \
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operation. The present office complex -
A recycling fair is set Saturday, ''r"tt't and zircon mill at the Trail .!
Feb. 3, in the Lake Butler Com Ridge site will also remain in operation -
munity Center, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to ;: / .
kick-off the recycling effort of the r + y/k1j Of the throe counties impacted, I
tri-county New River Solid Waste Clay has the largest acreage, 2,712;
Association.! Baker is second with 2,559; Bradfordis
Bands games, recycling vendors third with 1,314; and Duval has 621
and recycling containers will be acres in the tract.

part of the fair Titanium ore Is the primary raw
By 1994, Floridians must be
material for titanium dioxide a
recycling 30 percent of their waste, white pigment used to add opa-
under the 1988 Solid Waste Manage- 5... J.rry queness to coatings paper and
ment ActUCAP plastics. In addition to ilmenite two
with th. food other minerals zircon and
Meeting... drug. stauroliote are recovered from the

A UCAP meeting is scheduled for 'i"-- .
Monday, Feb. 5, at 7:30: p.m., in the .'.,' ore.Du Pont is the world's largest con-
Union County Courthouse, Lake [i sumer of titanium-bearing ore with
million metric tons of
more than a
Butler
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annual consumption. In addition to
,....,. .. its Florida site, the
Tough Love... company pur-
iJ. i .t chases titanium-bearing ores from
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"Tough Love a program CitizenOf 9 many sources worldwide.
designed to teach how to love while X'1l .
still maintaining control in the -- .. !. ',,\. .. \ the Year... In the new operation Du Pont will
family will be presented by Carol \ : reclaim the mined land to pre-
-\ R.p. Goorg. Crady abov., can.gratulata. mining conditions. Current plans are
Feb. 5 at 7
Slater, RN Monday ,
C.n. Matthaws, ..l.ct.dth.
that after reclamation most land in
in Starke
p.m., Elelmentary f..nd' 1989 Cltis.n-of-th.-Y.ar by th.
School. Y \ the Maxville site will be returned to
+ Chamb.r of Comm.rc..
timber operations.
Child available.
care i Matth.ws has r.cord.d th. .v.nts of Actual mining is planned to Mart I
1980 Class... ii Stark. and Bradford County for th.past early in the first quarter of l 1,92.!
i 57 years, and lights to tav. Luebke said.
BUS Class of 1980 will hold a I historical buildings.Outstanding. Of the total I 7500 acres purchast d l
"Reunion Meeting" Monday, Feb. from Gilman for $14.5 million, only
5, in the Western Steer Steakhouse, 6800 acres will actually be rrn"'d; !
at 7 p.m. The remaining acreage will t In. i ,ud
"We really need all the help we \ I for buffer zones and storm wj'er'
can get," says Lisa and Teresa ''I levees.A .
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Reddish. Call 964-6530 or 6822. new multi-million dollar dredge

and wet mill will be constructed on
t( Brooker Council... the Maxville site. Ore that i.; processed
. .BUS Student_.. I
through thavwet mill will be
Because of the cry election TueSday. : trucked to dry mills already in use at \1
Thornton, I left, student
St.v.n itralght-A -
Feb 13 the Brooker council
the Highland and Trail Ridge sites
has reset its February meeting to and prcsld.nl ol th. Slud.nlCouncil Student i for further treatment in electric and
Tuesday Feb. 6, at 7:30: in Ci- was t.lct.d th*outstanding magnetic separators.
Hall. P1m.' student at Bradford High School. Pam
ty outstanding .

PTA Meeting... branch of
by th.
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A special PTA meeting for
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Southside Elementary parents and .! L.co. .
teachers has been called for Tuesday 4 dAY co--; -
Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. Outstanding SITEI
"Disciplinary Plans" will be the
topic of discussion.

Blood Pressure... sub'V
Honored
by .
A free blood pressure clinic is

slated in the Bradford Hospital .,
Lobby Tuesday Feb. 6, from 1-3
Four Bradford citizens were Rae Yawn, SFCC executive LEGEND
p.m. honored as outstanding members of secretary, for her spirit of giving, facades on

BHS 1970 Class... the community in annual awards generosity, hard work and joy in 1990 ....
given by the Starke-Bradford working as an SFCC aide. Governors I ::". .1 HIGHLAND SITE
BUS Grads, class of 1970, are encouraged Chamber of Commerce at its ban- Steven Thornton, son of Mr. and my Alvarez I
to participate in the plan- quet Saturday night Jan. 27. Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke, Carter, Med G:2:1: : TRAIL RIDGE: SITE I
ning of our 20th year class reunion. E.L. (Gene) Matthews, local was named the outstanding studentof mark,
The next meeting will be held newspaper publisher and historian, Bradford High School. Thornton Steve Futch
Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m., in the was named citizen of the year. Mat- a straight-A student, is president 01 Hobbs, Fred MAXVILLE SITE
home of Cindy Strickland Futch thews fought successfully to keep BHS student government,a memberof Larry
403 S. Cherry St., Starke. For additional the 1902 courthouse from being torn the Spirit of Bradford band,on the Schlofman,
information, call Cindy Ph. down. At present Matthews Is battl- track team. Thornton, said Supt. Vaughan,
964-8953 of David Kirkland, Ph. ing to see that the historical Jim Duncan in making the presentation Some 250 o uiiM, 4
473-2372. Rosenberg Building on East Call Is a master of the academic banquet, I 1 1RT
Street remains standing and is put to subject material offered at BHS. Guard _
Ceramic Classes... some good use. Matthews has been Speaker at the banquet was Dr.
Ceramic classes are held on Mon- actively involved in the publishing of Ruby Beal of SFCC who talked of newly !! R72.25
days, 7-10 p.m.; Tuesdays and the Bradford County Telegraph for her roots in Bradford County. She Nostalgia,
Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. 57 years, since graduating from col- knew the Tenly family and the Members of
Classes are held In the old Armory lege in 1932 in the depths of the Homer and Lena Townsend family.Dr. res, Tyler 18
Building (Recreation Dspression. At 80, Matthews still Beal urged the audience. to Holly A
Center). Lillie Ann Johns, Instructor. writes, edits, and pastes up the learn to laugh, stressing the Importance Warren
editorial page of the Telegraph, and of positive emotions. Laughter A fillet of
is a regular writer of news articles. relaxes you, she said, and releases by the
Rev. Jerry Patton, pastor of the endorphins, a nerve stimulator in Appetizers, I
Veterans Affairs... First Presbyterian Church was the brain which makes one feel good. were N

The Veterans Service Office will named humanitarian of the year for Med Connelly, retired CEO of the President |
be open each Thursday, from 8 his organization of the Food Pantry Kraft Corporation, was installed as awards to : : I
a.m. to 4 p.m., staring Thursday, and being a leader in the fight the 1990 Chamber president, succeeding Carolyn ;
Feb. 15. The office will move to the against drugs. optomistrist Len Schlofman. Patrick, ; I
second floor of the courthouse, Pam Zurfluh, daughter of Mr. and Thomson ; CMWRONUCNTM. ::"ct'iD.: 'PCBUIITWC V! INC I II Ii'lll
north end. Mrs. Lonnie Zurfluh of Starke, was Vice-president is CPA Job E. Johns, ; I '/
named outstanding college student. White. Treasurer is businesswoman Futch,
*;' .' Upcoming.I .. Miss Zurfluh, who has a 3.68 grade Glenda Epps, who heads the parade; ; expansion site and
point average at Santa Fe Communty Downtown Progress Committee cur- Johnny ;
Public meetings scheduled in the College, was lauded by Ms. Lila rently seeking a commercial media and
coming weeks are:
A Trl-county Recycling Fair for -BTtK It
Baker, Bradford and Union Counties
will be held in Lake Butler, Recycling Fair Set .( Butler I
Saturday, Feb. 3, at the Community -

Center, 10 a.m., to 2 p.m. eJ Feb.3 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The
Bradford County Commissionerswill By Jo. Cissy wastes can be recycled? What for the fair is being staged in an effort to
meet Monday Feb. 5, at 9:30 BCT Staff Wrlt.r wastes cannot be recycled? What Is wastes. show the general public how.recyclRecycle..p.sA -
a.m., in the Courthouse. How to understand the differences to be done with hazardous wastes? The'New I
Lawtey City Council meeting will between hazardous wastes and Much confusion exists about these Association (See )
be held Monday Feb. 5, at 7:30: household solid wastes? What problems and the facilities planned the three
p.m.. In City HaU.
Brooker City Council meetingwill

be held Tuesday, Feb. 6, at Rosier Indicted for Disclosing Sessionreek .1
7:30 p.m., in City Ha I.
Starke City Council meeting will *ifAwmAM UI 1I1V& c was wv afrinl0t\t*_...... tltYlf.--- i as
be held Tuesday Feb. 6, at 7:30 Lawtey Commissioner Marvin Rosier has state attorney's office won't seek a to overtime or time-and-a-half, for
p.m., In City Hall. been indicted on a misdemeanor charging penalty. over 28 hours per week.
Bradford County School Board violation of a state law prohibiting disclosureof The Indictment came after hour work week has never been
will meet Monday, Feb. 12, at 7 the contents of a Bradford grand jury ses- Rosier expressed!? dissatisfaction with as a policy or ordinance by the
p.m.. in the Admin Building, on N. sion probing monies paid to former clerk grand Jury* returning a no true bill in council.
Temple Ave.Hampton Queen Robinson. nection With its Investigation into $ is nothing in the Lawtey charter
City Council will meet, Rosier was called as a witness in the grand five checks, signed by Commissioner addresses payments such
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m., in City jury' probe Into whether a crime was committed Harris, former chairperson of the made to Ms. Robinson,said attorney
above were Committee, and paid to former clerk
Hall. when checks regular pay Hobbs, counsel for the town.
Solid Waste written to Robinson. The grand Jury returneda son above her regular salary. Four of
New River
Association The will meet Tuesday, no true bill, a signal that evidence was insufficient checks were pay Beyond 28 hours; the policy of the state attorney's office
Bradford to charge Robinson after its Jan. 12 was for vacation. says, to bring allegations against
In
Feb. 13 at 7:30 ,
p.m.
session. But the grand jury met again Jan. 26 official before/ a grand jury.

County The Bradford Courthouses County Zoning and indicted Rosier, Rosier, who brought to the attention of attorney's office has received an
Len said Monday, state attorney's office the allegation that
Board will hold a workshop on the State Attorney Register letter containing allegations
Flood Insurance Ordinance Tues- Jan.29, that a notice to appear has been sent former Lawtey clerk was improperly .Icy Police Chief MM. (Butch) Jor
also said Jan. 29 that if said the grand jury made him feel more
to Rosier. Register will investigate that,
in Starke the grand jury
Feb. 13 at 7 ,
day, p.m. Rosier apologizes explains that he dldn't defendant than a witness and that the said Jan. 29.
-City Hall. I understand he was violating the law, that the Jury's questions went far afield from the





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I Final Rites Held.for Charley Johns i t 4 w n y .' .. .



Attended by- .Many" .... State OffIcIals,, '' I, '-

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Charley E. Johns, whose funeral President of the Senate Maikley funeral. "He never forgot his humble -
Thursday Jan. 25, brought more died of pneumonia, however, before beginnings,'
than 300 state leaders friends and serving his term as president. Pov. DeWight McQueen of the H 1kJ/i
relatives to services held in the First Charley succeeded to the office of First United Methodist Church, who
Baptist Church, had deep roots In Governor following the rI"lIth of the .assisted in the a rvice, said "He
Bradford County.He Incumbent Governor Dan JUcCurly, served us publicly with the best he
was a descendant of the first in accordance with Florida succes- had, because he loved to serve
Archibald H. JohiUt&bho was born In sion procedures. His father, EverettE. others. He was many things to many
Georgia in 1810 andTame to what Is Johns, served as sheriff of the people, but to those who Knew him
now Bradford County in the early county at the turn of the century. best, he was just Charley."
1830s when Bradford was still a partof Governor Bob Martinez, membersof At Johns' request, two ministers
Columbia County. the Florida Legislature, and other participated in the service since he of
The Johns family has been In State officials attended the funeral was a member of the First Baptist ,14A
Bradford's political and business life Including Commissioner of Church, and his wife, the former ,
for more than 150 years. Agriculture Doyle Conner, U.S. Rep. Thelma (Ted) Brinson, was a ?
Bill Grant, and Department of Cor- member of the First United t
One of Archibald's sons, Jerry M. rections Secretary Richard Dugger. Methodist.
Johns, was an early merchant and Among the pallbearers was former Masonic rites were administeredat
built Starke's one and only three- Florida Highway Patrol officer, Crosby Lake Cemetery by Brad-
story building next to the railroad on Nathan Sharron, who served as ford Lodge No. 35, with Homer
the north side of Call Street. It was Johns' personal escort during his 15 Walker of Lake Butler conducting
later destroyed by fire. Jerry M. months as Governor. the ritual. 1
served in the Florida House of "Charley Johns cared about his Johns was in the fourth generationof
Representatives in 1887. constituents. Even his opponents ad- his family to live in Bradford ?
Both Charley and his older brother mitted that," Rev. Ben Bryant, County and many of his ancestorsare
Markley served many years in the pastor of the First Baptist Church, also buried at Crosby Lake
Legislature and both were elected said in an opening tribute at the Cemetery

..... - Headed for the Hoosegow...

III Zoning Hoard Nixes Flood Ordinance Chamber Director Antla Rink Is surrounded with Actually, It's all In tun- part of the Jail & Hail caper I
lawmen and on they way to jail, charged with Impergponsored by the Klwanls Club with the funds raised
by Buster Rahn ly passed the ordinance in surance is not available, and lenders sonatina an official of the Chamber of Commerce. going to the American Cancer Society.
BCt Staff Writer November to beat a deadline that will not make home-owner and com-
It Isn't that the zoning board would have left Bradford residents mercial loans without flood In-
doesn't want a flood ordinance, the without flood insurance or mortgage surance. "Jail & Bail" Effort Continues I IJail
board just doesn't like the oneadopted money.In .
by county commissionerslast its haste to get under the wire, Zoning Board Chairman Rick
November. commissioners copied an ordinance Replogle said he wanted more time and Bail..Those words will operators, professionals and others, Cancer Society.
In lieu of approval Tuesday, Jan. adopted by Putnam County, which to study the ordinance before recom- take on new meaning for some folks and carts them off to the pokey.In Starke Kiwanis Club is sponsoringthe
30, the zoning board called for a obviously had taken it from a coastal mending approval, and suggested a today, after they have seen the jail, the arrestees will don event, with members of the
workshop to study the document and county.: workshop, with County Engineer world through iron bars for the first jailhouse stripes and be photographed Starke Rotary Club assisting.If .
make' recommendations for removing Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Jerome Kelly County Attorney Reg- time. for posterity., after which he or there is someone you would like
non-applicable sections that said approximately 70 percent of gie Flynn and County Surveyor Pat she will telephone friends and to see behind bars,wearing a striped
refer to sand mangrove Bradford County Is In the "100 year Welch attending.The The law enforcement officer that relatives to come down and put up shirt, call Lillian Stump <( stands and coastal high hazard flood plain," and residents need the has been so friendly In the past will bail money. 964-7806)).For$25 she will call out the
areas." protection provided in an ordinance. work shop is set for Tuesday, be serious today as he ''arrests" It's all in good fun, and the money riot squad and have the person put in
Bradford commissioners hurried- without an ordinance flood In- Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. politicians, business owners and goes for a good cause,The American the slammer.


. Subdivision Ordinance Approved by County Zoning Boardby I

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Buster Rohn Zoning Board Member Jay Martin, pointed a task force to rewrite objec- Ronnie Newman,who wanted to con- The final draft,now headed for the Commissioner Joe Riddick has at-
BCT Staff Wrlur who moved to approve the request. tionable sections, admonishing it to tinue with home owner associations, commissioners, provides for paving tended several meetings with the
The Bradford County Zoning In a 4-0 vote to recommend rezon- "expedite the proposed draft"and and those who opposed, led by of all roads, complete with curb and task force, and has voiced no objec-
Board took only a few minutes to ing the parcel, the request will be submit the proposal to the board as George Roberts and County At- gutters, in commercial subdivisionsand tions to accepting stabilized grades
hear a rezoning request Tuesday, sent forward to the county commis- soon as possible.The torney Reggie Flynn. high density residential subdivisions outlined in the proposed ordinance,
Jan. 30, then spent more than two sioners for final disposition,Wednes- requirement to pave all Attorney Rick Replogle, zoning where any lot is less than ihdicating the county commissionhas
hours reviewing the 54 page proposed day, Feb. 21.Subdivision. streets in future developments prov- board member appointed to the task 10,000 square feet. Subdivisions two members that look
subdivision ordinance, page by ed to be the stumbling block between force, provided the catalyst for a meeting these criteria must also favorably on the most controversialissue
page.Both. Law... real estate interests and county compromise in a short plea to "do have water and sewer facilities. in the proposed ordinance.In .
the zoning request and the The proposed Bradford County commissioners. what Is best for Bradford County Subdivisions having nine or more going through the proposal, the
proposed ordinance were recom Subdivision Ordinance, which has Commissioners have said they will and proposing stabilized gradedroads Iota will be required to have paved zoning board discussed various
mended approval. been in process since January, 1989, not accept any more graded roads in some circumstances. streets, but not curbs and gutters. segments, but made few minor
Susan F ,tuner represented her will complete its cycle and return to since maintenance is expensive,andthe Commissioner Maxie Carter, Jr., Subdivisions with eight or fewer changes, mostly typing errors.
mother. Ir me Faulkner, before the county commissioners this month county already has some 350 a member of the task force, said he lots are not considered to be subdivi- However, in approving the final
zoning board, seeking to rezone 3.7 for possible modifications and/or miles of grades to maintain. Allow could live with stabilized grades sions under the proposed ordinance, draft, Martin and Replogle expressed -
acres on NW 22nd Avo, located final approval.The ing home owner associations for maintained by the county but he and ai e exempt from regulation,ex- concern for subdivisions with
behind Sleepy Hollow Motel, just original ordinance, drawn by street maintenance, one means for could speak only: for himself,not the cept for zoning and other agency nine or fewer lots that may be builton
north of the Starke city limits. Lowell Garrett, senior planner for avoiding street paving costs by entire commission. regulations. collector and arterial roads, with
Ms.. Faulkner seeks to rezone the North Central FloridaRegional developers, was objected to by Task Bryan and Newman embraced the Within subdivisions, finger roads each one having direct access to the
parcel from RMF-2 to RSF-MH-3, Planning Council, failed to win approval Force Member George Roberts, in- concept,and the proposed ordinance 'serving eight or fewer homes, may ::'highway. rTheir concern was'people. .za ..
and divide it into 13 lots on which by developers and real estate 'surance executive and former:coun- :began to take form in midsummer, ,"..,)ave lunerock stabilized\ grades., ,, ..bucking''oul.olra aveweyuWtft-.P ttiizst;?
mobile homes can be installed. interests, since it mandated-paved ity commissioner. ., ,. 1989. It would continue to take many subdivisions\ having 50 or more. ..busy highway. ( MJ1d frildren j>wmg-. it.w
There were no objections to the roads in all subdivisions. In the first two meetings, little weeks and many meetings to find lots must have paved streets next a busy highway.
zoning change, since "The whole Wilbur Waters, chairman of the progress was made between oppos- agreeable compromises on the road throughout, and come under state No alternative was suggested for
area is mobile homes," according to county commission at the time, ap ing factions,led by Ralph Bryan and issue. requirements. eliminating problem.

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. Bradford Resident Trying to Recover from Accident l ranKtfp Sport
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Yancy Miller of Starke, injured in submarine at Kings Bay Naval BradfordUnionVoTech Center,
a Dec. 22 accident on SR-225 west of Base. and his sister, Irene Miller, works at Need An Electrician?
Lawtey undergoing rehabilitation The accident occurred at 1:15 a.m. Pinehurst Grocery.Mrs. .
therapy in the VA Hospital in Tam- Dec. 22 on CR-225 when Miller and Peterson hopes Yancy can call DAN WAINWRIGHT
pa. Rhonda Jean Bailey were driving become able to operate a wheel .
Miller, 24, is completely paralyzedfrom Toyota pickup trucks side-by-side. chair, return home, and find 782.107* Single 36 Yra.I Experience 3 Phase All types Priced Electrical Work Work,
the waist down. It is hoped he Miller's truck sideswiped the truck something useful to do. Reasonably
can eventually regain use of his Bailey was driving, went out of con-
arms enough to operate a wheel trol, left the road, ran over a Cable
chair, says Ms. Mary Peterson of TV converter box, struck an 8-inch
Starke, Yancy's aunt who raised pine tree, and then flipped end over
him since the age of five. end, according to Mrs. Peterson.The .
Ms. Peterson says it would be good truck had to be cut open to extricate -
therapy for Miller to hear from Miller. '
friends In Starke and Bradford Yancy's brother, Tommy Miller,
County. Miller's address is: Tampa is a truck driving& instructor at the as
VA Hospital,30th Street,Tampa,FL
33612-4798.
Miller, who grew up Starke, is a
1984 graduate of Bradford High /t & seafood f&ceIf /
t Schoof. After hil school Miller join- peat
ed the Navy and"was an instructor in _
submarines, stationed on a nuclear

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I. Commission Raising Proposed Assessment Downward NORMAN'S



D ACT y miner BtMM Writer Remit wean count> AAftttelwiers i O&VVrrts I t and rental and special assessment would bt tno jail funding via special assessment, having! to borrow substantial ROADSIDEMARKET
municipality
I way to go. and the ordinancewith .
Bradford Commissioners have an- replace original operating funds this year and a .
nounced a public bearing at 10 a.m. Property OVlteozne to an An aborted meeting in theutr- funding for EMS only. millage In 1990 is almost a foregone
Monday, Feb. 5 on a .ed ordinance end.Last 1 fcMise, folli rl) by a meetirv e Attorneys John Kopelousot, fo conclusion, as well as increasing
to fund Emergency Medical} fall, VV( > cOUnty: \ \ budget J WHS uutUlonuiu, mol with auto opposition the county, and Terence Brown, for fees for various services.
Services (EMS) with a $35 per commissionA preparation JAA I wwe around, by residents attending the Starke, have cooperated in wordinga 301 North of Starke .
lower
\ r % household assessment. they County residents can look for a one 964-9152
mills a andoperations \fcAtf t U day jail '
The ordinance will repeal Bradford fdSxhfi f \ With| a special fared better with Starke council may approve.In cent sales tax option to be on the
County Ordinance 89-7, which t the Lawte -Council Id winning sup- ballot this fall, earmarked for the .
assessment.ysA rational that
being
provided for a special assessment In port of that body, but failed In the meantime, Lawtey has construction of a new jail. WHITE SEADLESS
more than \ iJV honteowners
fc/\7 several attempts to interlocal withdrawn
for Jail operations and emergency get an its approval of its GRAPES
medical services In the amount of the county .yvv e Paying ad agreement signed by Starke, original$100 special assessment,but '
9100 valorem cartel) fV\i #o'the$25 000 Brooker or Hampton councils.! commissioners are hopeful that the Already people are asking where
If per the year.new ordinance is passedand state-wide VV i ttaad exemption.The Refusing to assess county three smaller municipalities in the additional funds will be found to .75 $ Lb.CUKES .
the former ordinance th1nk.IJS'\ -y that> everyone residents unless their urban counter- county will follow the lead of the operate a new jail that will be hous-
repealed, should pay yVA liW\ \ toward the ing inmates and
parts were assessed also, commissioners Starke council. a more require a
a stormy and turbulent ri>i>nl operation cf I l\f Vniifty: and a hnva rieriri'vl. to withdraw Commissioners are faced with larger staff.

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p 1 ALA.. BUS Fight Sparks Rumors of 3 for H

M/M ls
Racial Tension on Campusby CANTALOPES75ea. ,;:

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Sue Ellen Smith it's black-white, people make it .
SCT Staff Writer racial," Francis said.
rM
\ a ant A confrontation between one black Two days after the fight, unfounded -
student and one white student at rumors of a large confrontation AVOCADOS
+Itrwn, 1 '. 1i4t' Bradford High School turned Into a between blacks and whites on cam-
f free-for-all for about 15 students lastVVednesdayJan,24thatsentoneto pus ", ere still circulating, leading a $100
;t/( few parents to come to the school 2 forCABBAGE
the hospital and resulted in the and try to take their kids out of class,
1 t f suspension of nine. The only student Francis said.
w 't A
? tS requiring medical treatment after "The students use the threat of a
I 41 ,i" the fight was treated for minor in- fight as an excuse not to come to 25 flb.
1 i l 1I t juries and released from the Brad- class," Francis said.
ford Hospital emergency room the The fight could have been
: same day,according to a hospital of- preventethe events leading up to FRESH SEAFOOD
ficial. it had been reported, Francis said.
The five-minute fight sparked Francis said there was an ade- '<
what BHS Principal Charles Francis quate number of teachers there to ;:; Sheephead
Starke Elementary Third Grade tyVl ribt A's.. called unfounded rumors of racial break up the fight soon after it r.. 'Mullet l
tension between blacks and whiteson started. School officials used a video ,
Student In the third grade at Starke ElementAMiddle I row: Amanda Koehler, Brandon Prevntt, campus. camera the day after the fight to .
School making straight A's for the second<< six w../M" Jwn"" prevatt, Marie Blackburn Lorraine Curtnrr, "We had a fight," Francis said, disperse gathering students in the .; Trout
grading period are (f to r): Ali Dixon, Angela Ray and Julie Wlclner. "and since then all we've had is area where the fight took place. .
flack row: Erin Luke Jessica BaMrre. Kristen rumors." Despite the Incident, Francis said Catfish
Front row Marklee Harris, Macy SteptiAYMnwrlght.' Vanessa Bennett Katherine Burgin Mat- The fight started over a disputeone he believes the majority of students
Catherine Vickery Morgan Fill, Shltal Patel, S\ttA I tflew Crews and Nancy llildebrand.KarcsewsU week earlier between the two, at Bradford High School have no Fresh Water Bream
and Will Hartley. flrlan Kelly was absent for the picture."Rip" .
Francis said. More students became problems getting along with each

--- -- -. involved as they tried to break up other. We Cl&an, Your
the fight. The dispute, he said, was "Ninety-five percent of the kids
I O'Steen Appointed to New PostSantaFe not racially motivat get along with no problems," Fran- Fish For you !!
"The two just finally met up and cis said. "It's the other five percent
had words," Francis said. "Anytime that cause trouble."

HealthCare President it's with exe/I A/MfA and anticipationwe
and CEO Ed Peddle has announcedthat start tblJ tf\M fV \\tlun"
C.E. "Rip" O'Steen will be appointed
director of public policy for O'Steen 4yV" SantaFe HealthCare, a statewide degree in tfi/Uv\ % Administration NORTH
health services company based In from FlorW ptham College in
Gainesville. 1966 and / .\\t, ter-"* degree in
"Rip has been active In healthcare hospital 1I1fr.IJItt'at'ol1\+ >: from the -
management and policy making for Medical Callow' \ pl Virginia in 1968. FLORIDA'Sv
more than 21 years," Peddle said. Recently/JMfckMto*threeyearterm
"And he has been a vital member of as a PC/AfidA/ delegate to the
our management team since 1981. American u&jfciUl Association
This is a great opportunity for him O'Steen 101 %,Aa-tt/h| member ofthe n s LIQUOR
and for SantaFe to use his Florid WVflfcl\ 1 Association and
knowledge and broad practical experience has serve\ iyA'Ap1r4 \ and
to develop healthcare chairman.
policy that will help providers and LEADER
consumers alike." O'Steen.1 i J Meftfef, of the boardof r
O'Steen Is currently the ad- ., directors Yflu tfaitinaji of pie exhibits I1 1
ministrator Starke. In his new expanded role ha' 1H jspital"i+p/'t r.ftlle" .jt19ht tl; I I .... .,
will represent SantaFe Ar r Cf
care legislative issues at national | '
and state levels. He will establish an \ '
office in Tallahassee. O'Steen PROOF
The position is effective Feb. 1, 80 99 .
and O'Steen and his wife Carol,willbe ,.,. ..75 LITER / .
leaving Starke on Sunday,Feb. 4. (1t: ,. [ [ 10;' CASE.Of 6 :: .'
"Prior to his re-appointment at / / \ 1 I 1 i


be O'Steen Bradford served Hospital was previously administrator 1988 for five, a position yean of ). \ / \ Ji I59. GINERT Lo IMPORTED RD

Suwannee Hospital Live Oak. He \ < : ;:; CA LVERT; caner""'
has also served as administrator of > \ ,
) /*Include CANADIAN
Suwannee Hospital in Live Oak. He 99
& 'pi"tM : Tr
i1 S ;
has also served in administrative ) Of e1 ,
positions at Rlchland County Me 1 ..,. CASE of II 675 r
11,00
........ t-
t Hospital In Columbia, S.C., and I a $64-6305. 'i 79.95 11 jr 11(
,Jackson Hospital Marianna! Fla. J -4380 UGH1' 8s DARK r .
"We enjoy Starke," O'Steen said. ( 0 I.7S OLD CROW ,
"It's with -great sadness that we ( \" ol'ONIj' Of .1299 tueo j OLD CROW
leave our friends and colleagues_but -- --- M CASE 1100' KENTUCKY CALVEgr -
TART-ll BOURBON u,.,,.N
RICAN

Hampton CASE LITER 99 ,
OF I 2 6
w 83.00 ;


Ups fed! Canadian ; i

jp a 1.75 LITER
"'"'- LTD CASE OF e -

By Joe Cissy I 71.00x19 .
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.
ICY Staff Writer water rates will be increase -. a ,.

possibly!' by the end of )I t ....
February, but no definite date for
the Increase is set,awaiting completion .
of an ordinance being preparedby t /
Gene Shaw City Attorney, said
city clerk Martha Williams, referr-
\
ing to discussions at the regular city \ w / BEER s
j
council meeting January 0. \: +\ system
The Increased rates are necessary /
to provide a reserve fund which is. lines.'M t :\ has both a
required by the bonding company. \ '\ :
An amount sufficient to cover the 5.25"floppy
next upcoming: bond payment is re-' 1 NE aL3eIJ
quiredto be on deposit at all times, byilt-in. I" Bt
according to the bonding company. \ ; .
The payment last year was around I \ in and use immediately ? 1GHT MALT UQUOR. .
9U,200, and only $4,200 was in the \ environment REGULAR CASE QUART PCA ..
water reserve account. $2,050 was e PAK 2 16 5oz. ,;
borrowed from the general revenue iI the novice and experi- 85t q.
account to complete the payment,I i t ar more productive CHARLES La15z oz. "

according to former. city clerk Gor- < IBM"XT"compatible YNDqH/ / Ni ICs 1 ELOB
don Wadsworth."We .cAaFREFRANC .
U
can't maintain the water, ? ) MHz 8088-1 micro- CABERNETSAUVIGNON LOWEN-- .MWU" :
| Ill 21NFANDELON
: CIIARDOyNAY '
LtcIiT.DARK
system on the rates as now set, SNIRAZ LONG NECK" .
Wadsworth told the council at its /\ (RAM capacity f 'vsniAf>%y .DARK BLIGHT .OMY LONG '
meeting. > memory CA 099 IJZT'TKa .pECI.L ,,.pAK AJ9
September 13, 1989 39 gif i
have increased \ /. 360K and /: c'" '
Maintenance costs .n.
,' |CA7S '* oz1259 =
this year, be said, and were over ( I .1175 32 1x
$19 000 at that time. Normalmaintenance calendar with lithium 29 aTLl
vH :
costs of the water MUViyVIiWv0/
,
:. : -- EQUIS ;
department are. from $17,500 to ( available DOS ..
bsMssSl99 MOLSON .
$1$,000 per year. ) BEER
The new rates, as decided at the key: "PS/2"/ style CANADIAN MEXICAN LAGER
and be in- .LIGNTE' AMBER"
September meeting to Iad 'REGULAR CASE 1
an ordirShawe to be t en j eGOI-lEN ALFRUNCFI C1.,ALE bPAK
prepain anI' :
,will set $279r GoNDY e MPAK 1750
{ 1T.'AL'Unl II C
the minimum for residential users at \ r .__"He""" jgARD 1399 449 .
$9, up from 17.90,and$10.50 for commercial FREE H111155 wHITE: CHAaL/g LAMRRSCO NES 369 OZ.&. !
rates, e.' ( PROGRAMS: LITER BIANCO 22S
upcharge O'ORO
Is for 5,000gallons mi' t1wau
The CASE OF 665 3 LITER \
Environment 6.0 ;
per month. Rates for the 5.95 CASE OF 9 49ecctd I'. Best
next 2,000 gallons will be $1.80 per Services MS-DOS 37.23 LIGHT !
thousand gallons for both commercial CW-Buic by Microsoft ORE L/R OUGHT REGULAR & !
and residential customers. The ? Air Skill Builder .EXTRA GOc >E :
next 3,000 gallons will be $1.20 per *Ease t i-PAK 699
thousand and all above 8,000 gallons Computer Office : PRICES BEGIN 79 ,129 tz 02.CANS

will be charged at$.73 per thousand *Teaches Manager Typing THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1L cw NS' ItooseCAse 1 I

THROUGH
ThS'amount; required for depositfor .
new customers will be raised WEMKSDAY, FEBRUARY, 7th. ,
from$25 to$50 and the grace period ( Shop .. I
from 01 a bill until it Is delinquent St. Starke FL IE
receipt
set at 10 days.Current. E

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I \ FJ.l-obinsp'n, Last Pilot on the Santa Fe 'Canal i I



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Elwell M. Robinson an early Melrose I. : .7'1 ,
grocer and the last man to pilot a cargo
boat through the Santa Fe-to-Waldo
canal, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, at a nurs-
ing home in Gainesville.

Funeral services were held Saturday,
Jan. 27, at Eliam Baptist Church, with
burial In the church cemetery in
Melrose.In .

an April 1966 Interview with The
Telegraph, Robinson recalled when
passenger and cargo boats plied a canal
dug in the early 1880s, offering a waterway .
from Melrose to Waldo by way of
Santa Fe and Alto lakes.

The first steamboat making this run
was the F.S. Lewis, which carried
passengers and freight between the two
towns until it burned on March 1, 1884. rIJyv
It was succeeded by a smaller boat, the


Alert.With arrival of the auto-age early in WW:
the 20th Century, accompanied by bet--
ter roads and bridges, the need for f
service between Waldo and
passenger .._ .
,
s Fr Melrose no longer existed, and cargo _-'- I
shipments also declined due to freezesin
the 1890s that destroyed much of the
1issl orange-growing Industry. Boats the size
of the F.S. Lewis and the Alert were no
longer needed.It L I
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El's Last Photo was then that Elwin Robinson and
his brother, O.P. (Bud), started
Cargo boat pilot El Robinson (at right) Is pictured operating a sturdy cypress launch witha
with Melrose photographer Joe Uaurer. on 50-foot keel through the canal from
one of his last outings to McGregor Mineral Spr 1915 to the mid 1920s. "The City of Melrose"
ings south of Melrose. The springs was reputedto
contain healthful minerals. "We carried about everything in that Tied up at the Seaboard Railroad dock Ln Waldo, the last cargo boat to oly the canal Is pictured loaded with
boat," Robinson said. "Turpentine, freight. El Robinson stands on the prow at left, while his brother, Bud, stands at far right. Water hyacinths, I
which often clogged the canal, are pictured in foreground.


oran Beven es, potatoes, Anti other produce ..

,,, -. .,' ,.. caskets."
Wi ,. ..,c..1 o' "! -' f \' ", f folD The present low water levels in Santa ua rs+ u111i fV4i11'r tj!! 1, ,.t.P1v' d.y Nln nlmllOr iw :..
: 1
"t't ,
iE" and i fp ,Fy ir1 l r MqIli
rmo nJIT'.JS'\ \ Fe Alto Lakes have cut depth of the (
', "' .. li! ( canal to about two feet. less than half : 4rs -= rl yjilcli:
of its one-time average of five feet. Only Trt -. ..
canoes can now be used to get around 1.4 tr .
,
troublesome sandbars. rEttr ''hi lral."m/

Maxwell ExtensionWill When the Robinsons operated their .u r
DuPont's boat there was plenty of water,and also Itt IF iii .,!,II'j Ia4a'r' :
plenty of water hyacinths choking the
canal and Lake Alto until the boats tHi
Help Local EconomyAn sometimes stalled, delaying their trips
from Melrose to Waldo, which usually -
took about two hours.
'
important factor for the local operations east of Starke and Law tey, Recalling those days in a recent interview

economy during the decade of the 1990s where ore beds are almost depleted, the for The Telegraph's 110th An-
niversary issue El Robinson said the
company's net employment here will re-
week.
and beyond was put in place this
hyacinths gave him and his brother so
The Du Pont Company has announcedthat main at its present 250employeeaverage. much trouble they had to do somethingto
after several years of tedious en- That will mean the extension of keep their boat from being blocked.!
vironmental and other permitting pro- its present $9 million annual payroll for Being told that arsenic would kill the
another 15 years or more. troublesome weeds, they concocted a
the is clear to start -
cesses, way prepara-
recipe six pounds of arsenic to 12
tions for mining its 7,200-acre Maxville Du Pont has been "a good neighbor" in pounds using of sal soda, and started their

this community for more than 30 years, own spraying program. Not realizingthe -. --
site.Du Pont has mapped a strategy to re-establishing 'pine forests on mined-oul danger of the poison, El said "We'd

assure the company a long-term supplyof } -lands .and..complying -with other en- spray water on from one the side canal of the on boat the other and drink.side. Queen of the Canal '.,+ ;I j,, ,,. ",.;

quality ores for its global titanium vironrne.nta> | regairem' nlad Fort: thenew"extencj&f It's a wonder it didn't kill us. Where we' I' With flag' pi'o idlYwAvli'11' "'iterif-UtteelerFJB,1ewh.! crafted In'' ."' I
pans ion program, and the Maxville site is .. \ piration It \Vcht'through cooked that arsenic on the canal banks, Waldo, was launched on Its malden'Voyage'through' the'canal to Melrose
a key element in this long-range plan. endless negotiations to supply suitable it killed every single pine tree." on April 26, 1881.
habitat for certain species of birds and The Robinson boat, christened "The

That is good news for the state and animal wildlife in exchange for habitat City of Melrose", made two trips a day Canal Company without one dollar of way.: The train was the Alert
local economy meaning another billion that would be disturbed by the mining through the canal and connecting occasional lakes, outside aid.Money from Jacksonville to bringing Waldo/(' Described -

dollars expended for salaries and sup- process. unloading at freight the railroad and an loading wharfin for the company was raised by as "a trim little tug", the Alert had
plies during the extended mining period, We have reason to look forwardto passenger Waldo. selling 1150\ shares of stock for$100 each. no place for a cook and deckhands who
every The main office had been the F.S.Lewis.There couldbe
to last to the was located in Waldo, on
now projected year 2010. another lengthy period of associationwith Business was somewhat sporadic,but with branches in Melrose, Banana (a no more moonlight excursions,but it
Due to cutbacks at Du Pont's present Du Pont and its employees. during the orange season they would small settlement near Melrose), and did carry freight, and the momentumfor
make good money (for those days) car other pick-up points. progress in the lake region pickedup
rying more than 200 boxes of fruit on speed again.
and than General Elias Earle, a prosperous
board each trip grossing more
Director Darman $100 day. But sometimes during the grower at Earleton on the west side of Although a smaller boat, the Alert
Budget summer per the water level would drop so Santa F'e Lake, and Hiram Alderman, also carried passengers, as well as
I low that boats had trouble clearing the of Lake Geneva, were among the com freight. In its Issue of March 27, 1886,
sand bars. El and Bud would have to pany's incorporators.The the first Melrose newspaper, "Melrose
Tries to Shift Blame for DeficitRichard unload the boat and carry the freight route was surveyed by Joseph Daylight Flashes", reported that
across by hand. But labor was cheap Voyle in May, 1877. The dredge was "Quite a number of our citizens went on
and good deck hands could be hired for constructed in March and April of 1878. the Alert! to see the Blanche Curtisse
$1.50 a day.Birth Excava lion started at the Waldo end, dramatic company in "Only aFarmer's
Regarding the huge budget deficit reaching\! Lake Alto in May 1879.Almost Daughter" at Waldo on the
the of budget of Canal "
Darman, guru 17th. The boat returned at midnight.
two years later it was announced that
(which ironically the Reagan and Bush
writing, has turned his talents in a new Water was still the primary means of the wood-burning, steam-powered The next blow'to the Waldo-Melrose
direction. He is writing essays for the administrations seem to think did not transportation in this area during the dredge was ready to make its final cut canal came with devastating freezes in
benefit of enlfghtening Congress, no less. matter anyway) Mr. Darman says the 1870s and '80s when the South's into Santa Fe Lake,completing the last the mid-and-late 1890s that crippled the
huge deficits represent the wish "to buy economy was recovering from the leg of the Waldo-Melrose canal. citrus industry in North Florida, caus-

now, pay later or more accurately, buy hardships imposed on it during The original plan had called for ex- ing most grove owners to move farther
According to an Associated Press now and let others pay later". But does he Reconstruction Days after the Civil tending (the canal to connect with Lake south to warmer climes. And the third
dispatch, Darman has mounted the "bul think the Bush-Reagan formula to "buy War.With Geneva, but this extension was aban- and final blow came with arrival of the
auto around 1910 which eliminated
ly pulpit" to deliver a "hellfire andbrimstone" limited access to railroads and doned, probably due to lack of financ- age ,
and borrow later would mat- need
now help modern there most of the for water transportation. -
of
the lack highways,
lecture
against "gameman-
'
.
? ing.While ,
ters
relied
still some areas that on
ship" a field in which he is a recognized were I he dredging was in progress, ,
rivers and streams to move their The decline of business, together with
expert having shifted budget billions The AP says "This is the same Darman lumber, citrus, cotton, and other products the beautifully first steamboat built steam-wheeler on the canal,a trim was'under r continued choking of the canal by water
around like pawns on a chessboard for who insists that Bush stand firmly by his to market. The young town of construction in Waldo. It was hyacinths, caused the eventual demiseof
ten taxes if it Melrose was one of these. It was nine 11 the Alert.
the
past years.In pledge against' raising even miles from Waldo, the nearest rail line, completed in early April 1881 and its
continued budgetary gridlock witha maiden trip was made carrying a
means and the trip by horse and wagon required Young El quit school after the
a 15- age essay included in Presi- Congress that refuses (and rightly, in four hours.In Waldo jubilant I(I group lodge of Odd Fellows from the grade, and he and Bud started eighth plying
on a roundtrip
dent Bush s bushwhacking budget, Dar- our opinion) to make sharp cuts in answer to this need, a group of progressive cursion to Melrose.At exr' the canal.' Later his brother left the
man chastized Congress For trivializing domestic programs. growers organized the Santa partnership and El took over as captainand
last, the thriving little town of
the historic changes now taking place in Fe Canal Company which was chief bottle-washer. But with the
Melrose linked
was to the outside advent of
Eastern Europe, and rails against so- Essayist Darman shook his literary chartered by the state on March" 2, 1877 world, and visions of fortunes soon to be In the 1920s improved, El saw the Florida handwriting highways
on
called Alice-m-Wonderland budgeting finger and warned... there is an obliga- steam Purpose navigation of the company from was Geneva...to open and made from oranges and other produce the wall and started working in a

gimmicks. He also scolds Congress for tion to be serious. At some point partisan Santa Fe Lakes through Lake Alto to danced through the heads of eager Keystone Heights grocery. After train-
not being serious about attacking serious posturing must yield to the responsibilityto Waldo, on the Transit Railroad, and growers.But Ing there several years, he started his
problems facing the country. But he govern." Well Mr. Darman should thence connect with the state in the thrill of the new canal was own became grocery in Melrose where he

didn't mention the President's failure to know. The White House is a hotbed of general most,desirable thus opening and fertile up a great lands scopeof upon short-lived.devastating: blow Three fell on years the project later, in a his retirement a well-known in 1975.local He sold fixture his store until,

attack domestic problems like housingfor posturing, and Republican congressmenare these magnificent lakes in portions of February, 1884. As recorded by Mrs. which later burned.In .
the homeless, adequate funds for not noted for their non-partisan Alachua, Bradford, Clay, and Putnam Tolles:

medicare, and the real war on drugs voting record either. counties,rendering them easy access to "On the last Friday of the month, Melrose an Interview writer, six with months Barney before Barco his, a
while, at the same time doling out a rapid and cheap transportation for lake region residents awoke as from a death, Elwell Robinson said
,
billion here and a billion there for foreignaid Mr. Darman's words are indeed stern, necessary supplies, and transporting nightmare On Sunday, headlines "Everything I ever got into, it got put
and billions more for a nevertobeused but where,was he when the Reagan administration tive surplus has products been accomplished to market. This by objec-the \Florida blared from Times-Union the front- page"STEAMER of The out of business. The hard roads came

Star Wars.Darman's insisted on tax cuts, even as enterprise of parties composing the BURNED" Special Dispatch. along then and put the boat out of business,
federal deficits were hitting record levels WALDO March 1: The Steamer F.S. under,the then turpentine the business went

"essay" was pompously titled and the national debt tripled in eight and Lewis Melrose which, was runs burned between early this yester place from the snow and orange freezes groves; then went I sold out I

"The Director's Introduction to the years? day morning in the Santa Fe Canal.The my business for $25,000 and it was In-

Budget". But in an apparent effort to Well, if you must know, Mr. Darmanwas Working People fire originated in the boiler.. Loss$6,000.No after sured I for left it.$100,000" and burned down
"talk down" to Congress, so they wouldbe top strategist in the Office of Budget Can't Make HearingsHeld insurance." .

able to understand his ideas, he Management, that's where During DayI The people of Melrose were
But in
distraught, being left without of spite of all this, the plucky
resorted to Sesame Street characters, means
am outraged. The 91-year-old said he had
County Commissioners lived a good,
and
unable to
transportation
likening the federal budget to the How about writing another essay about are holding a hearing on the steamer built. Visions of get financial a new long life, and working hard Just made
"Ultimate Cookie Monster" that gobblesup THOSE yearsMr, Darman. They arc proposed $35 assessment at 10 in the disaster now danced in their heads, buta him appreciate it more.
scarce resources without a thought.Get largely responsible for bringing us to the morning on a week day. How do they guardian angel in the form of the
expect me and all the other citizens of He
railroads remembers those of hand-
the Congress? Well even a came to their rescue. As told days
,
point ,
child could understand that. sorry state of affairs: we're in today.The Bradford County who hold down full in "Bonnie Melrose": Papers were fil- hoisting 200-pound sacks of fertilizer
time jobs working days to attend and ed in January 1885, incorporatinganumber from the boat onto the wharf at Waldo. '
voice our opinions? of northeast Florida railway With philosophical grin he said, "We
We have a Board of County Commis- companies Into one The Florida worked hard and long hours,but we had
sioners that continues to show their Railway Ik Navigation Company. Their some good times too."
lack of concern for their constituents. purpose was to help replace the F.S.
What are they concerned about? I can Lewis with a somewhat smaller vessel. And what happened to "The City of
hardly wait until they come up for re- "One day, soon after the merger,people Melrose"? Once,her work WM completed -
election. Maybe a new commission will along, ; the railroad tracks from she was moored Just outside of,
cut spending to reasonable. level. Baldwin to Starke, were startled to seea kelrose Bay. Nobody seem to know
'Andrea Abrams little tugboat on a flatcar, riding how it happened but she eventually
word "bu.tn... pomes from Anglo-Saxon b'ti gall meaning "to occupy to worry to fatigue." 436 S.Water St.,Starke piggy-back along the ridge of the state, sank and now rests. In the mud below
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'; ngitgements't.-e\ "n .... Churctx.: .- .. '- ... With
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Resale Reddish of Lawtey celebrated: her 02nd birthEc.noml -

Buhler, Davis Wedding u:6L t day Chief Suwannee last of Thursday River Police' Jimmy with family: Epps Council and Sheriff office friends in Kenneth Starke.at the

Etheridge, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and Executive .
Set For Saturday. Feb. .J r' JJinctor Anita of Rink the starke-Bradford were among the 71 Chamber well wishers of Commerce -
- who
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J' attended.Commodities .
Karen Jean Buhler of r ,.
Hampton,
daughter of Mrs. Richard p.m. at the Starke Woman's Club.
Butler All friends and relatives of the I
and ,
George Edward Davis .
I son 0 ..
invited ." .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl couple are to attend.A
George Davis, J.:
will
also of Hampton, will be united In follow reception the wedding immediately .. "
ceremony.
marriage Saturday, Feb. 3, at 7:30: .

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Exchange Vows Jan. 27 Beta Sigma Phi HappeningsStarke Dates Suwannee, Times River Economic Set Coun- At Church First, Lawtey Baptist

cil, Inc. announces the distributionof
Sheila Anne McConnell l and David Mrs. Freedman is a former resi- Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi children at the Ronald McDonald USDA commodities. You qualify Beginning Feb. 4, and running
Howard Freedman were married dent of Starke and is a real estate had a very educational month. House in Gainesville. to receive commodities if you: through Feb. 7, the Singing Fitch _
January '27 in The Great House, agent in the Ft. Lauderdale area. Amy Mosley, chief of Nursing at January 27, Brenda Thomas, receive food stamps. Required: let- Family will be giving special ser '-:;
I Quay Side, North Miami .peach. A Mr*Freedman is an attorneyatlawin Lake City V.A. Hospital, gave a lecture Sylvia Underhill and Linda Mosley ter of decision; or, receive AFDC, vices at the First Baptist Church of
dinner-dance followed' the the Dade County area. for each meeting. The first delivered the toys and had a tour of required: Medicaid card; or Lawtey,7:30: p.m. nightly.
ceremony. **,.lI!({, ., The couple will reside In North meeting, Ms. Mosley lectured on Ronald McDonald House.In receive SSI, required: Medicaid Following special singing each
,
MIAtftl 'AMfh_ menopause; the second meeting was card; or meet the Income guidelines night Rev. Don Fitch will be
breast the last for the commodities. preaching.A nursery will be provided -
on cancer.Both lectures were meeting, everyone
Kim Hols nbeck--T--- very educational for the ladies pre- voted for this years Valentine Commodities must be picked up for all services.
sent. Sweetheart. The results will be only at the site designated; you must Rev. and Mrs. David McNeill will
I There were three special guests: published In the Feb. 15 issue of The present your current card to receive also be presenting special music
Honored Mrs.Shirley Andrews Mrs. Dorothy Bradford County Telegraph.All commodities. You or either of two( each night.
at ShowerMrs. Starling and Mrs. Ursula Starling. the sisters would like to give a designated alternates may pick up Pastor Grayson McNeill said this
Next month, Ms. Mosley will lectureon welcome back to sorority the commodities. meeting will be "camp meeting typeof
Kim Holsenbeck was decorated with baby items. 28 veneral diseases. sister Brenda Slade. She has been Certification, recertification or services" and urges everyone to
honored with a baby shower on Following the opening of the many In December,Beta Sigma Phi sold out sick for the past year, but has replacement of a lost card will be come early to get a good seat.
Thursday, Jan. 11, at Michelle gifts, the guests were served punch raffle tickets and with the now returned. done at the outreach center.
Parker's home. The shower was finger foods and cake in the dining made, the club bought toys for money the More next month. USDA's Emergency Food
hosted by Margie Dukes, Debbie area which was beautifully Assistance program is available to lOOK NG?
Ward, Stacy Alvarez, and Michelle decorated for the occasion. all eligible recipients regardless or
Parker. Forty guests enjoyed the evening B-U Retired Educators Assoc. race, color,national origin,age,sex:
Kim was presented with a corsage with ]Kim.John or handicap.Distribution. Check theClassifiedsl

Meeting Held January 18 follows: sites and dates are as

}iitllSiiffMf Outreach Center !
I '-' ., : February 12
,f Ryan Paladino through 21; 134 E. South Street,
Asir
lr ._1R'8"'H__ At The Loop Restaurant in Lake During the business session, infor- Starke. 9a.m. til 4 p.m.
;;"J welcome Maureen Paul mation was given regarding the Please bring a bag or box in which
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Paladino Maternal grandparents are Mr. members and guests to workshop to be held in Ocala on to place your commodity.Milk .
the January 18 meeting of Bradford- ,corn meal, beans,but-
of Hampton announce the birth of a and Mrs. John W. Dukes of Starke. March 8.Luncheon. green
I son, John Ryan, born Jan. 22 in Union Retired Educators Associa was enjoyed at nym in ter, canned pork and honey will be
Gainesville. He weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz. Paternal tion.Mrs.. Eunice the private dining room. distributed this month.
and 201/2 inches grandparents are Mr. Searing, Legislative Mr. Hunter
was long. He joinsa was accompanied by
19th
and Mrs.Tom Paladino Co-Chairman, introduced Happy Birthday
sister, Kristie, 3 years old. of Hampton. Mr his wife, Joanne, who in an official
Dwight Hunter of Gainesville who is capacity, has visited this 1 CONNIE MARIE
Love" the member of FREA State many times.Executive organization J 1 IOIRGOUT OfBUSIRESS! $SALE! COLSTON1!
is Legislative Committee
"Tough SubjectOf for DistrictIV.
Board will be
meeting .. and,
He reviewed the Happiness today
legislative pro- held February 15, at 11 a.m. in the
I made Savings to 60% for all of
gress since 1970 when the Bradford Family Restaurant, up yourtomorrows.
Parent Program Feb. 5"A Florida Retirement System was Starke. .
created. He reported that the 3% EVERYTHING MUST GO!
cost of living adjustment was In- We Love Yaw,
Love That Maintains Control", your family, or are losing control of itiated, survivors benefits were in- Love Lines Deadline L Mom,Dad and ,
more commonly known as "Tough yourself, and/or your family. creased, re-employment limitationswere Hal
Love", will be the subject of the "Tough Love" will be presented changed Hospital Cost Con- February 5 next to Ltttla Ceasars
Bradford County Parent Education by Carol Slater, R.N., a parent who tainment Board was rescued and I
Committee's next program to be has already been through it all, and given more power. I ----or
held on Monday night, Feb. 3, at 7 not only has survived, but has over- The "Fay Kirtland Act" provideda
p.m. at Starke Elementary(Schoohvl I,.pome,sufficiently to put. the pieces health insurance subsidy for most R .
This program Is for you if you'area ..back together again! state retirees. Mr. Hunter mentioned -
parent who has often felt helpless You are cordially invited to hear some legislation to be supportedby ; '
when dealing with your teen-ager's this explanation of"Tough Love",a FREA add to health insurance ,
behavior, if you nave ever felt program that teaches how to keep subsidy, work toward exempting ffAO
betrayed by your children, if you lives together. subsidy,from Federal Income Tax,
feel you have not done a good enough Free child care is available. This support for changing Health Care
job of being a parent, if you are con- program also qualifies for In- Cost Containment Board into a full .;
fused about what is happening to Service Credits. time board with additional authori

Woman's ClubExecutive Eloise Jones ty.Mrs.. Blanche Howard gave an in-
spiring devotional in the form of an
Board Mtg. Receives Award acrostic using the letters W AT C H.
Set for Feb. 7 Liberty National Insurance Com As she made comments and read ap-
The Executive Board of the Starke Eloise Jones as Honor propriate scriptures, she emphasized :-
Woman's Club will meet at the Agent of the Quarter for the the importance of watching your TELLING
clubhouse on Wednesday, February Gainesville District. The award is words, actions, thoughts companions -
7, at 1 p.m.Special. given each quarter in recognition of-, ', and habits.

Music Planned service top sales to performance policy owners.and superior If IV-[MHO our OF BUSINESS$ $ SAILSavings THE

For Liberty National Life is a part of t-
Sunday Torchmark Corporation, a Birm-
to 60%
Ladies Trio from Trinity Baptist ingham. Alabama based financial up
College will appear at Graham Bap- institution with over $3.3 billion in WORLD
tist Church Sunday, Feb. 4, at 10 assets. EVERYTHING MUST GO!
a.m. and 11 a.m.
Dr. Earnhart cordially invites Love Lines Deadline Clarks Cards and Gifts HOW
everyone to attend. Dinner will
follow. February 5 next to Little CaasarsPROCLAMATION


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"Recycling Awareness Day" FEEL


WHEREAS, Recycling helps to reduce the amount of solid waste entering our ABOUT

landfills, andWHEREAS

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Recycling programs are now mandated by the State of Florida to each THAT

county, and :'', ty


WHEREAS,A county operated recycling program will begin in Bradford County SPECIAL

during 1990, and r

WHEREAS, Recycling is a benefit to each resident of Bradford County, and \ PERSONLet


WHEREAS, each resident should be.well-informed on how, where and why they
should recycle, and us help you thru our readership of 27,000 people.


WHEREAS,The New River Solid Waste Association will sponsor a "Recycling
Love Lines Order Form - -
Awareness Fair" Saturday, February 3, 1990 to help educate the residents of Baker, What better time thanValentine's ;
1 Write your message here. Cost is$5.00 per ad. You may-
Union and Bradford Counties on recycling, to
Day I
I pay for your Love Unes in person or by mail.

NOW BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Bradford County Commission does express your love to that I Checks and money orders are accepted. No charge sales

hereby declare Saturday, February 3rd, 1990 as "Recycling Awareness Day", and ve special pe IS o.n. I I Make payable to BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. i
ALL LOVE LINES MUST BE RECEIVED BY
The Bradford County Commission does hereby urge each resident of Bradford Simply type or print I FEBRUARY 5,1990. I

Solid County Waste to participate Association.in the Recycling Awareness Fair sponsored by the New River your message in your j Message:

own personal !
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Duly passed by the'Bradford County Commission on this the 24th day of January EXAMPLE 1 1

1990. 1 I II

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Signed: Rufus, I Address I

[Will you run away to I rtty State .ZIP.4 _

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I SuthsiaGS hooi7vs.; walking around the campus. He will Pusatarri. Veterans Service Officertf'
.. be presenting a program concerning 5th grade: Matt Odom Nancy I
cellars
making choices to the fourth grade, Arn, Angie White, Kelly *fy
by Joy TeUtone (Verse 2) From 'the students, to the and will be available to other classesas Ronnie Shetler, Jeremy Scott, CommissionA
teachers and principal/ ', a resource person. Sherry Staton Waylon Olive, Appointed by
Our 30th birthday celebration last the custodians/ to the /k/fchen/ stall From Coaches Tetstone and Jeremy Allen, Jimmy Pennington, ... ... -
week to celebrate the years 19591989was Secretaries/ and teachers aides to the Clyatt: The following students have Mellissa Kimbrel, Felicia Brown, Veterans Service Officer 'thr(>ugh February; 8. The office
tremendous a huge thanks success. We extend a parents, been chosen to play soccer at Hampton Erin Hamilton, Amanda Griffis.A has new been appointed to replace p.m.hours will ft changed to Thursday,Ba.m. .
to everyone who Soulhslde/ was made for you and me. big thanks to Florida Power and
Elementary School Thursday, Thursday February
helped and appreciate William S. Haas, who has retired. to4pm.; t
your support. Light of Macclenny for sponsoring a the '
Feb. .
1: office will be located on
Alumni Days was enjoyed by alumni From Mr. Moore principal, SSE: electricity The County Commission has appointed 13..Tho
Interesting on of the
4th grade: Brittany Ford, Kristen very program end
,faculty staff students and other We are excited about a new resource Gassett, Travis Odom, Chris for our student body on Jan. Joe Gissy to the post. Gissy second floor \lqporth\,?
Is of WWII and the Korean Courthouse. ;
staff of the Bradford Southside. A a veteran
County school available to and
\ person 29. Mr. Marlon Clayton Mr. Bob
Henley, Crystal Evans, Tina veterans'Weedlng assistancewith
War, and has been a member of the All
system. Our tree dedication deputy sheriff Jim Gill, will be at
Burlingame provided an excellentand Administration
Johnson, Casey Moore, Beau Pear American for claims to the, Veterans
Legion 29
ceremony was conducted by Mr. Southside each Thursday, visiting years.
informative show. We
son, Lanecia Williams, DavidThgmas very ap- should come to the office
He Is the current
Tom Casey, principal of Southside classrooms and the lunchroom and preciate their tiniw. continuing
Yashica
Goodman Matt scheduled hours.
the
from 19591962. & Wednesday schedule from 8 a.m.to 4 during
Mr. Casey introduced his staff of -
1959 and conducted the tree dedica-
tion. First grade teacher and birth Beef
day princess Carolyn Canova USDA Choice Boneless
presented Mr. Casey with a cer-
tificate for his service to our school. t 1 1.I
We enjoyed singing Happy Birth ..
day, led by Mrs. Eckenrode on RIB-EYE
piano. As a finale to our anniversaryweek
we celebrated outside .I I i
together with a birthday party.
Mrs. Canova began the party by : I _
arriving in a 1957 Chevy driven by _
fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Verna STEAKS
Schmidt. Mrs. Canova was escortedto I
the head table by Southside principal
Mr. Moore. She blew out the
candles on the office birthday cake.A _
and all of us sang Happy Birthday to
Southside. All enjoyed cake and
Coke. The party ended with singing, SUII. MOil. TUES. WEll. TNUR Fill. SAT.
which everyone enjoyed.We 21 30 31 1 I 3
want to share the words to the .
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song and rap which Mrs. Eckenrode / ".
taught in all her classes last week Prices In this ad good Monday ?
Thanks to Ms. Woods and Mrs. Jan. 29 thru Sunday, Feb. 4. 19i... 11,bag ':
Rapp's classes for composing the Lb.S
lyrics. Thanks to everyone who .
made the week such a huge success. I
ANNIVERSARY SONG
Words by Southtldc'i Crod .
(Tune of Thli land Is Your Land)
(Chorus) Southtlde Is your school Hal,'Y.
Southttdv/ my school', Farms
From (he 1950s to he 1980s. & J
From the very lint class to the very

lost Southslds Class/ was made for you and me ii CIIci'li pack o H

(Verse ]) From black/ and while to

satellite From Elvis Presley to Jordon Knight 111'611S '
From Mr Casey to Mr. Moore \ .1'
Southside was made for you and me

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Principal! Message: In addition to Delicious
the good work that the students have
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been doing in their classrooms,
we've all been working on improvingour 2 Liter Pepsi
cafeteria behavior so that the Fresh SemiBonelessLEGS APP'L'E'
lunchroom will have a more plea w PEPSICOLA
sant atmosphere in which to eat.
Good work, students. LAMB
S.W.A.T.Team (Students Whore
Trying): This is a new program for Lb
fourth grade students. Teachers
have selected five students who have '
been really working hard on their _
behavior and schoolwork. These
students have been given t-shirts Ss/O"1'"' ,,,99
P.M.t.r ,
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bought by our business partners:., Whole Or Shank $ ,i&r et -iV .M kIM of
Orian Wells Chevrolet and 249 .
obl,1-1 ,
Carver/Reagan Farms. We would ((19-23 Lbs. 2 Liter Diet Mtn. Dew Y.- tj a

like to thank our business partners. Portion FREE,! Lb Mtn. Dew. .. . ... .. 1.09
These students will be doing special Sliced
things around the school. For example Average) 6. 12 Oz. Pepsi Cans

helping in the lunchroom. and Related Items.. ... .. 1.59
S.W.A.T. Team members are: Dar- S M iOED Snow .r
ris Williams, Shon Williams, Levi
Arnold, Lee Johns and Chad Giles. OLD
Congratulations to the S.W.A.T. 7 Oz. Reg. & Triangles White

Team Peer! Helpers Complete Training: HAMS NACHO MILWAUKEE&OLD CAULIFLOWER

The following students have com )
the training to become peer
helpers: (fifth grade) Carl Tyson, BRAVOS
Jason Thompson, Jason White, ,. Head
Amanda Baker, Cheri Hilliard, MILWAUKEE LT.
Rhonda Williams.The S 9 ., Wise
Student Council will be spon- I 12oz./6pkcn
soring an entertainment show April 99
20. We will be looking for children Lb.
with special talents to perform.
More information will be out soon. 16 Oz. LaFamoiis 209 'I
So, start practicing! We Want You!! 1.69
Tortilla .
This will be our big project for the Chips. SA Fresh
year. We want to make this night a 1.99a
very special one. Asparagus. ., Lb.
Mrs. Strong's Fifth Grade: We
would like to congratulate David, 8 a e 1 n
Sarika,and Danielle for winning the
class Spelling Bee.We wish them the
best of luck in the school SpellingBee .. .
on Feb. A. We really enjoyedMrs. 1 Lb. Margarine Quarters "
Gruen's class robot. Happy
Birthday Misty Padgett. News by BLUE BONNET 14.5 Oz. Whole Peel
Sarika Patel and Angela Milliard.
Student of the Week: Science, HUNT'S TOMATOES
Erica Johns; Math Shaun Burgin; 10 Ct. Biscuits j 9 9 c
Spelling, Joel Rodgers; English
Molissa Morris; Reading, Angela ROMAN MEAL 16 Oz. Quaker
Hilliard; Social Studies Rasheeta .
Chandler.Mrs. 8 Oz. Food Lion QUICK:,aBLTS
Patterson's Pre.1st Grade
Class: In January, our class has FRENCH ONION DIP '15 Oz. s t' .
been studying dinosaurs. We read _
many interesting books about them. G> e PINE, CLA9ERBeefSliced
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4 Oz. Chicken .
We've learned about a wide varietyof Ala King/Creamed Chip :
dinosaurs. We made a class fact Beef & Gravy/5 Oz. Salisbury BO : *
sheet on each dinosaur we studied.We Steak/Sliced Turkey & Gravy Frozen l nelt 14 Qz: Assorted
made a class mural. Each stu- ,

dent chose wrote his/her a report favorite on dinosaurand it. The BANQUET COOKING BAGS Mavo no KING KITS, DOG. ,FOOD

students read their report on television Roll Junior! .
G, efr
on the Roadrunner Report.Our 16 Oz.Rich's
activities included each student : Gland SCOTT PAPER TOWELS
COFFEE RICH -
making an egg-carton Stegosaurus
a cardboard container Edmon- aeeen 16 Oz., Elbow Macaroni/Spaghetti
tosaurus, a clay dinosaur, a 12 Oz. Can Frozen Drink FNENCN
newspaper dinosaur, a volcano that uo1Pw '
erupted, and a dinosaur egg. They BRIGHT & EARLY FOOD LION PASTA
also painted pictures of dinosaurs Greet'
and wrote sentences about them.
To conclude our dinosaur unit, we 16 Oz. White House Gian 17 Oz. Food Lion ,
held Parents Day on Friday,Jan.26,
from 9 to 11 a.m. We also took a field APPLE SAUCE SWEET GREEN PEAS

trip on Tuesday, Jan. 30, to the _
Jacksonville Museum of Science and 14.5 Oz. Cut Green Beans/French Style Grert 8 Oz. Idahoan _
History to see the Dinosaur Exhibit.
Mrs. Patterson wishes to express Green Beans/15 Oz. Cream Corn/ GlaIll POTATO FLAKES = :
her thanks to all the parents who 15.25 Oz. Whole Kernel Com/ v +
sent in materials she requested. 15 Oz. Sweet Green Peas '"
Roadrunners Making TracksOn 16 Oz. Food Lion :

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NOTICE OF INTENTION Township and Range

i TO REGISTER has been filed against you and you ore 1

.' '" : '.;.: ': FICTITIOUS NAME required to serve a copy of your written Hampton Hilites
II .. ; tf. defenses, "If any to It on Johnny R. ....

Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida Hobbs, Jr., Esquire, plaintiff's attorney
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the whose address Is P.O. Box 938. Stork., By Dolores Meng Bill, Howard Smith and Gretchen

/,", '. '. '. -. -- .. .n__ .... ., ...... ......n......, undersigned Christopher L, Lee, Rt. 9, Florida 32091 on or before March 2, Phone 468-1911 Harria; V.E. David Gatlin and
-THI Box 1122 No.56 lake City. Fl 32095 and 1990 and file the original with the clerkof Stephanie DeSrue.Students .

C*THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT being more particularly described as Donna M. Lee Rf. 9, Box 1122 No. 56, this court either before service on Hampton Elem. School News: may vote for their choiceof
CIRCUIT JUDICIAL follows: : Lake City Fl 32059, joint owners, doing plaintiff's attorney or Immediately Teacher of the Year: Congratulations candidates with coins. Money col
Of OF THE STATE For point of reference commence at business under the firm name of AUDIO thereafter; otherwise a default will be to Lynn Marshall, second lected will be used to buy whole
FLORIDA,IN AND FOR the SW corner of said Section and run SOUND DESIGN 864 North Temple, entered against you for the relief grade teacher, who has been chosen language materials.

BRADFORD CIVIL COUNTY thence East along the) Southerly' boun Avenue, Suite A, Stark., Florida 32091 demanded In the complaint or petition.' Teacher of the Year by the school Valentine Dance: Valentine Dance
DIVISIONCASENO.W4WCA dary of said Section a distance of 274.9 Intends to register said fictitious name DATED this 22nd day of January 1990. faculty. She will compete on a count will be held Friday,Feb. 9. Grades K
MID STATE feet, more or less, to the Westerly boun under the aforesaid stotut.. RAY NORMAN tywide basis at a later date. through 3rd from 1 to 1:45; and
Delaware Business TRUST II, a dory of the right of way of Slate Road Dated this 25th day of January A.D.. As.: erk" of the Court G.E.D. Preparation: Classes are grades 4 thru 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. Corsages
Plaintiff Trust, No., 200; run thence North 32 degrees In Bradford. County Florida. By:Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk being held at the school on Monday and boutonnieres as well as

y.. and 42 minutes East along said Westerly 1/29 4tpd 2/15 1/29 4tchg 2/15, Cant. No. 356 and Wednesday nights from 7 to heart shaped chocolates will be sold,
CLARA E. LEE boundary a distance of 247,23 feet to a _. -- 10:00.: This is a free service In which and pictures will be taken during the
concrete monument on the Northerly NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO dances.
reading,writing, and math skills
a single woman, NOTICE are
boundary of the right of of OF INTENTIONTO
Defendant way a graded REGISTER taught enabling persona to Honor Roll: Certificates were
road for point of beginning. From pointof REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME for high school certification.prepare presented on Jan. 29 to the followingwho

AMENDED beginning thus described continue FICTITIOUS NAME P.T.A. Meeting: On Tuesday received all A's during the 3rd
NOTICE OF.SUIT North 32 degrees and 42 minutes East Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida night Feb. 6, a PTA meeting will be IlK weeks grading period:
TO along sold Westerly boundary a distanceof Pursuant to Section 86909 Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the held at the school beginning at 7 lit, Charlene Clifton Terry
: CLARA E. LEE II ally,or dead her 289 feet to a concrete monument; run Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Dan Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 Spelling Bee: The annual spelling p.m. Crawford. Emily Genest Christine

unknown_., spouse, heirs. d.vls*.s, thence North 88 degrees and 58 minutes undersigned Tim Goetunon Rt. 1 Box (US 301)), Starke, Florida 32091 and bee was held at the school on Jan. 26. Meng, Rachael Smith. 2nd Chris
gront claiming creditor and all oth.r parties West a distance of 278 feet to the Easterly 674. Lawtey Florida 32058, sole owner Elaine Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301)), Good spellers from the 5th and 6th Darga. Jeremy Gates Brand

hvr by through under or. against boundary of the right of way of doing business under the firm name of Stark., Florida 32091 joint owners, doing grades participated in the program. Gatlin Juston Hart, Joshua Hodges
Who.* Former State Road No. 13, run thence In TIM GOETZMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY business under the firm name of ACE Hope Archey was named school Brian Lott, Joshua Meng Brad
YOU ARE Residence* are unknown. a Southwesterly direction along said Route 1. Box 674 Lawtey Florida TOWING Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301)), champion; Jason McCullough was Muse Paul Turner. 2-3. Mandy
HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Easterly boundary and along the arc of a 32098 Intends to register said fictitious Stark., Florida 32091. Intends to register first runner-up, and Alex Kirchainewill Heine. Jrd. Marcus Affron. Nikki
to foreclose a mortgage on the curve, said curve having a radius of name under the aforesaid statute said fictitious name under the aforesaid serve as alternate.The three Baker Melody Barr Nena Contois
following property In Bradford 1861.82 feet and Dated this 16th day of A.D.. top
County being concave to the January statute. all 5th Detrla Ford Jason Lovell. 4th. Clay
spellers are graders. Other
Florida, to-wlt: West a chord distance of 187.6 feet to In Bradford County Florida. Dated this 23rd day of January A.D.. 5th graders Archey, Hannah Ford. Vicki Hutto,
Section 33, Township 5 South Range the Northerly boundary of the right of 1/18 4tchg 204NOTICE In Bradford County Florida. Erica Elbert and participating Samantha Ramos.were Peter Knipp Amanda Rowland. 5th,
22 East, located In the South 1/2 of the way of aforementioned
graded road /2S Itpd 2/15 Hope Archey. 8th. Jason Me-
Participants from the 6th grade
SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described as: said chord bearing South 10 degrees Cullough.
Commence at the point' wh.r.the North West; run thence South were Gretchen Harris, Bobby
67 OF
degrees and : INTENTIONTO Receiving All A's and B's were:
ROW line' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Howard Angela Meng. Carrie Meng
of
a road which 40 minutes
county graded ( East
along said Northerly REGISTER lit, Cory Chappell. Michael Floyd,
and
Ramos.Coordinator .
JUDICIAL Miguel
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
runs along the South edge of the SE 1/4 boundary a distance of 167 feet to pointof FICTITIOUS NAME for Renee Ford,Amanda Godwin, Brandy
this
BRADFORD event
of SW COUNTY. FLORIDA was
1/4) Intersects the
ROW
Westerly beglnnning
Johnson, Paul Jones Brian Me-
of SR-223, run thence West along ROW has been filed Pursuant to Section PROBATE DIVISION Claudette Frees.The pronouncer for Clellan.
against you and you are 86509 Florida CASE NUMBER 90-08-CP the bee was Kathryn Brooke.Judges 2nd. Jenny Affron Jason
of graded rood to the point' where It Intersects required to Statutes, notice Is
serve a copy of your written hereby given that the Barr Brandt Hawes. Amanda
IN RE ESTATE OF were Jim Gill, Mark Hodges and
the East limo SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 defenses. If any to It, on R. TIMOTHY undersigned Robert G. Norman and MARY PATRICIA SCOGGIN James Watson. Flanagan Matilda Rhoden,
for POB. From POB continue West along PETERS Esquire, Plaintiffs attorney Richard G. Norman P.O. Box 546 Deceased. Winners will Christopher Schmidt, Joshua Starl-
ROW,80 feet; run thence North parallelto whose address Is: Lawtey Florida 32058 joint owners, do- compete countywideon ing. 2-3, Kelly Bowen, Tonya Brown
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION March 1 at 9 a.m in the of
the East Una' of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 250 587 South Duncan Avenue Ing business under the firm name of UNCLE The fice. county Tyler Caldwell, Patrick Flanagan,
feet; run thence East parallel to ROW Post Office Box 6316Clearwat.r. OSCAR'S VARIETY STORE Hwy 225 administration of the estate of Valentine Jenette Gatlln. John Hodges Karrle
80 feet; run thence South to ROW 250 Florida 34618 4 MI. West of Lawtey Lawtey Florida MARY PATRICIA SCOCGINS deceased and Candidates: Valentine Lee Raymond Rhodrn. 3rd. Jimmy
Kings Queens from
each class
feet to POB. on or before February 23, 1990 and 32098 Intends to register said fictitious file number 9O.08.CP. Is pending In the chosen Coleman Michael Collins, Daniel
were recently classmates.
by
has been filed against you and are file the name under the Circuit Court for Bradford County
you aforesaid
original with the clerk of this statute. Those selected Davis Maryla Haefeker, Alisha
required to .rv. a copy of written court either Dated this Florida Probot. Division the address of were: K, Roszel,
your before service on Plaintiffsattorney 16th day of January A.D., Hayes Roger Mltzel Crystal Murphy
Jeffrey and
defenses. If any to It, on the Plaintiff's In Bradford which I. 945 North Temple Avenue, Starling Holly Contois;
or Immediately thereafter County, Florida. Joey Rowe. Erik Scoggins
; K
Watson Daniel Meng and
Crystal
attorney who. name and address Is otherwise Starke, Florida 32091. Th. names and
: a default will b. entered 1/25 Itchg 2/IS Ramsay. First grade David Stone Ester Smith Jassy Starling Melody
Harry M. Hobbs, Esquire against you for the relief' demanded In addresses or the Personal Representative Youngblood. 4th, Randy Brooks.
IN THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH and Emily Genest 2nd, Christopher
Harry M. Hobb., P.A. the complaint or petition COURT and the Personal Representative ; Robert Broorae, Alicia Crosley
.O. Box 20448 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR attorney are set forth below. Schmidt and Amanda Flanagan; 2-3,
WITNESS. Trent Amanda
RAY Jones
NORMAN Clerk of Meng. Cling
as John Hodges and Karrie Lee 3rd
Tampa. Florida 33622-0448 the Circuit BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Alllnl.r..ted persons are required to ; ,
Court and the seal of sold Morgan Matt Mailing. Danny Wig-
and fit. the CASE NO: 89-982-CA file with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS Roger Mitzel and Nina Contois; 4th,
original with the
Clerk of Court, at the Courthouse at Starke, gins. Sib Shaun Muse. 6th, Melissa
the COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STARKE. OF Robert Broome and Vicki Hutto;
above styled Court before THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
March 2, 1990: otherwise on a Judgement of Florida.DATED this 26th day of January 1990. Plaintiff, NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate _Ktti....... _Chntm n__. _Milan__.__. _nnri u_ .Alicia_.._._ _RalrAi_.___ .. Kyle. Angela Meng.

may be entered against you for the RAY vs.GENE and ((2)) any objection) by any Interested
r.lI.f demanded In the Complaint or Clerk of the Circuit NORMAN. B. VANZANT NORMA J. VAN person on whom this notice was served School Menus .
Petition. Court ZANT BERYL E. BLEWETT. BOB WRIGHT that challenges the validity of the will Feb. 5-Feb. 8
By:Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk HOUSING CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE
WITNESS my hand and the seal of. said the qualifications of the PersonalRepresentative
2/012tchg 2/08, Cant. No.360
INC., and CITY OF STARKE
Court ,venue, or jurisdiction of
on 22
January 1990. Bradford High School
Defendants. the Court. Bradford Elem.&Middle School
HON. RAY NORMAN, MONDAY Hamburger Gravy Mashed MONDAY Hamburger on Bun Lettuce &
CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT Tomato French Fries, Brownie Mdk.
lEGAL NOTICE Potatoes Mixed Vegetable, Coconut Cake,
NOTICE OF
:Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ACTIONTO SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Biscuits Mdk.TUESDAY TUESDAY, Chill Crackers, Garden Salad
on proposed Publication of this Notice has Corndog Macaroni Cheese, Cabbage Fruit Cup Cinnamon Roll Milk
2/01 begunon
4tchg 2/22; Cont.; No.3S9 legislation on a local bill to b. DEFENDANTS: Slaw Peaches Milk. WEDNESDAY, Sloppy Joe on Bun Buttered
brought before the Florida Legislature GENE B. VANZANT January 25 1990. WtUNtHDAYi: : Fried Chicken Rice 4 Gravy, Cora, Peaches' ,Chocolate. Cake Milk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT A public hearing will be held on Monday Personal Representative:: Green Beam, Fruit Cup Hot Rolls, Milk. THURSDAY, Beef Vegetable Soup Spiced Ham
NORMA J VANZANT and
WILLIAM BENNETT THURSDAY Beef. Sandwich,Cabbage Slaw Fruit Cup Milk
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA SCOGGINS Vegetable Soup Spiced Ham
February 12, from 10:00 A.M. to BOB WRIGHT HOUSING CENTER. FRIDAY MANAGERS CHOICE.
1732 East Call Street' Sandwich Cabbage Slaw, Fruit Crisp,Milk.
CIRCUIT CIVIL NO. B9-449-CA 12:00: Noon, In the County Commissioners RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.AND FRIDAY, MANAGERS CHOICE. A-la-Carte
FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK etc.. meeting room of the Bradford ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY Starke, Florida 32091
Plaintiff' EUGENE f. SHAWAttorney MONDAY Pizza, corndogs, french fries, O.J .
County Courthouse, N.
Temple Avenue, CONCERN: for PersonalRepresentative milkshakes
vs. Stork.. Fla. on the following matter: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to TUESDAY, Hamburgers, pizza Trench Cries.
J.G. WILSON .t al., An Act relating to Bradford O J., milkshakes.
County. foreclose mortgage to the following
pr o925E North Temple Avenue WEDNESDAY:Pitsaehemeburgerscorndogs.
DeI.ndontl.NOTiCe amending Chapter 73408 Laws of perty In Bradford County Florida: Starke. FL 32091 STARKECHURCH french tries milkshakesTHVRSDAYiHamburgers.
OF ACTION florida. Act of".1973 (Special., Act) Commencing at the NE corner of NW ((904) 964.5200 corndogs, trench
TO;.JEAN M. WILSON... ( .J.n relating' BoordjT OF GOD tries, milkshakes,O.J.FRIDAYaburg..
oj. tjs thj.BjrpdJordCounty! i :.. V4 !of. SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7South Fig,.Bar]No. 072941 ....
,trench tries, ,
68. Florida "flistorlcal'frustses O J pizsa -
lawtey. 32098.Jfc. providing! that bonds" ; Range 22 East oit'run l South 400 2 f / 6rrCont. N&!358 423 N..5t..CJaIr. 964-5445 milkshakes.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to for Individual members be an expenseto feet for POE, thence continue South John Spratlln. Pastor Each day atudenla have. choice ot s hot lunch,
foreclose a mortgage Hen' on the follow the Board, providing for alienation of 228.8 feet thence West 116.6 feet tEast 0 .salad.bar or a.Ia........
ing property In Bradford County florida: property held by the Board and the ROW line' of State Highway No. 100 We Invite you to worship' / wtth us

A parcel of land containing 1.13 acres, terms and conditions for such alienation' '; thence In a NW'ly direction along said Love Lines Deadline Attended Nursery Lines Deadline
mare or ..... In' the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 providing a severablllty clause; ROW to said State Road No. 100 190 Sunday School ._.-?.??__. 10 am Love
of Section 26, Township S South Range an effective date, providing feet thence East 195 feet to POB. all of 5 Morning Worship ___.,__ 11 amEv..S
22 East. Bradford County Florida and said land lying In SE corner of NE 1/4 of February Service .?___?__. fpm February 5
Itchg 2/01 NW 1/4 of SW 1/4. said Section Wednesday Youth ....................-... 730pm I.
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I Wal-Mart Foundation Supports FAD With $'100 Donation.' :: k. ': I

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Families Against Drugs (FAD), School System" says Adele Mit- In May the schools and community US-301; approximately 490 ribbons Book marks, Buttons Pledge
the group of local citizens: whose sole chell, Coordinator of FAD. will combine in a full week of ac- were distributed and displayed.Maj. cards, Sticker Chains, litter
purpose is to promote alcohol and Membership in FAD is composedof tivities demonstrating support and Bill Reno and the Starke Police bags Elks booklets "5 Dumb Ex-
h drug awareness in Bradford County educators law enforcement personnel encouraging our youth to Just Say Department delivered these door to cuses", coloring books weepula,
has received a donation of$100 from representatives from local No" to drugs and alcohol. door to businesses to be placed in bookcover and'pamphJet.e from
Wal-Mart's Walton Foundation.The schools churches and civic Financial assistance comes from their windows. Miller Enterprises of Crescent City
donation was a matching gift organizations, and any interestedand the schools civic organizations, SO large red ribbons were suppliedfor were distributed to student.in. aU
for money collected by the "Wishing concerned citizen. local businesses, and caring Individuals. public buildings post offices ci- schools In the>counties.
1' Well" that was placed near the entrance Meetings are held the 4th Tuesdayof .All monic directly, into ty halls and schools.
of the Wal-Mart store duringthe each month (except Decemberand various methods, such as merchandise Each school was given a 3' by S' In 1989 the FAD financial statement -
r Christmas holldas.The July) in the Media Center of the and speakers,that reinforce our "Just Say No" banner; "Just Say'No" show an income of $8,325.57:
4 I "wishing well'' was donatedto Bradford-Union Vocational Schoolat message that Bradford County stationery was distributed to $3,568.60 from sale of thirt add
'.. I FAD by a concerned citizen. Each 7:30 p.m. "We are attempting to cares,and that hopefully our youth county school offices; one drug Iden- 'bows, and $2,758.92 primarily from
two weeks the"wishing well"will be encourage and promote some type of will proudly state that"My Choice is tification chart was placed in each donations from school PTO's civic
placed In a different local business activity each month for our young to be Drug Free". classroom;' "Just Say No" napkinswere organizations, individuals and local
all money collected will be used for people," said Mitchel. "These ac- "Just Say No" week Is scheduledfor placed in school cafeterias; group
of FAD. tivities will information and videos were provided to all schools
provide
expenses May 7-11, 1990. Activities for
and the U.S. Customs Service
Our major emphasis is with our awareness concerning the potential
the "Just Say No" week May 7-13: ,
Hawk" visited all
"Black
youth; therefore we function under dangers of alcohol and drug abuse" 1989 included a booth at the county schools.helicopter Expenses were 12,861.17 for
the umbrella of the Bradford County she says. fair banners on north and south School poster contests were held In t-shiris. guest speakers transportation

grades Hand 912. The winning and motel$1,388.36,scholarship
poster was painted on a billboard on $580, float >$322.80, advertising
4..x Recyclefrom US-301 south by Jack Bailey Bailey $165.08, postage and stationery.
Advertising, who donates the $89.96.
4 ( page 1A) year.By the end of 1994,at least 30% Hazardous wastes cannot be billboard and the artwork required.IN Carryover funds total$331.48.
ing may be accomplished what of household wastes must, by law be buried In any landfill, lined or unlin- -
items are considered recyclable recycled.The ed. Many hazardous chemicals do,
what the advantages of recycling items most people recognizeas however,find their way into landfills Legal Noticesj] I
are the companies and organiza- being recyclable are newspapersand through household garbage. .
tions Involved in recycling, and the aluminum cans. A market has Many in the Union County area
., benefits to the communities the long been established for these are fearful that a hazardous waste THE CIRCUIT COURTOF provided for In Chapter 163 of th.
counties and the nation in general. items. neutralization and disposal plant THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL Florida Statute..
Wal-Mart Donation... Many industrial concerns in the Corrugated cardboard boxes may still be located in the area of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TO All CITIZENS.Taxpayer and other
Adele Mitchell, Coordinator of the waste disposal and recycling field mostly from retail businesses rather SARASOTA COUNTY,FLORIDA Interested peron. .
"FAD (families Against Drugs) program are planning exhibits and programsto than private households have also Ullerbee!: Curve just north of FAMILY LAW DIVISION You and each of you are hereby and
: receives a check for"00 from both entertain and enlighten the long been marketable. Raiford, the area also selected by Cose Number:89-6475"U' herewith 'glv.n notice In accordance',.
/Robert Garrett, manager of Wal- public who attend the fair. Recycl- Scrap iron lead,copper and other NRSWA for its solid wasteland/ill IN RE: Th.Marriage of with Florida Statute. that the Board of
Mart department store. ing projects and marketing metals are saleable but must be and recycling operation.It THOMAS MARSHALL FERGUSON County Commissioner of Bradford
The Wal-Mart store matched specialists will present programsand separated and prices fluctuatesporadically. is surprising how many common Husband County Florid., will conduct a final
funds collected from a "wishing award prizes throughout the items around the home are con- and public hearing at a regular meeting held
\ell" placed in the store by FAD day. sidered hazardous. TERRESA ANN KLEMM-FERGUSON on Wednetdoy, F.b. 21, 1990 at th.Commission. .
during the Christmas season. The Concession stands children's Markets for other items such ns Used motor oil, anti-freeze, rem- Wif. .,. Room of the Bradford
"wIshing well" will be placed for games and a fishing tournament are plastic milk bottles and soft drink nants of paint in paint cans paint NOTICE OF CLAIM County Courthouse, Stark., Florida at
About two weeks at different locations features of the fair. bottles metal"tin" cans, glass con- thinners, gasoline, fuel oil, and TO: TERRESA ANN KLEMM-FCRGUSON: 7:30 p.m. an Ordlnanc.relating tot
throughout the county, Mitchell tainers both clear and colored, are solvents having a petroleum base YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Th.rezoning of the following described -
said. Recycle or Else... being developed. are all hazardous. Any petroleumbase dissolution of marriage ha. been filed property and amending the Comprehensive
Recycling is a requirement of the Organics such as food scraps product that is to be discarded against you.You or.required to serve a Land Use Plan to provide
1988 Florida Sold Waste Management yard rakings and tree trimmingscan should not be put with garbage. copy of your written defenses. If any, to that land currently zoned RSF-MH-1, and
Act, passed by the legislature ; be composted and used for soil Batteries, pesticides, roach and the action on Petitioner who. name designated by the plan as RuralResidentialMobile
and
and scheduled to be enrichment. address I I. THOMAS MARSHALL Home be rexoned to
Implemented by mice baits, other garden and
FERGUSON, Lawtey Correctlonalln.tltu. CSV. and designated Conservation, the
July 1989 throughout Florida. household chemicals such as fer-
lOOK NG?
The Department of Environmental tilizer and adhesives and some typesof tion. P.O. Box 229. DC/251770, Lawtey. property of THOMAS F. SMITH described -
Florida 32058-0229 on or before March as follows: 15.56 acres out of See. 26
Hazardous .
Waste. .
Regulation has been lenient in also be
en- cleaning compounds may 06. 1990 and file the original with th.Ci.rk and s.c. 35, Parcel 00805-0.00730. Twn.
Check theClassifieds forcing the deadline and has extended and should be
No hazardous wastes can be ac- hazardous not sent to
of this Court either before service 6 S., Rng. 21 E, located four mil. 0
a recycling start-up until this cepted bjr a solid waste: facility. the landfill. on Petitioner or Immediately thereafter: southwest of Starke all S.W. 11th St.
_.
-- -- -- -- otherwise will be entered k.a. Trestle Rd. off
a judgement ( Sampson ) Northeast
SIt WMD Continues Water RestrictionsManagement to the r.lI.f demanded In the petition. .Id. of Sampson Lak., to be used. for
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Recreational Vehicle Park and Cam
In theBSection Court on January 04, 1990. pground. This Is an application for CHIP
The modified phase II water shortage This allows district staff to judge District in Live Oak. KAREN f, RUSHING amendment. .
advisory has been continued by each situation individually Insteadof Several series of these area-wide A*CI.rk of the Court You are furth.r given NOTICE that a
the Suwannee River Water Manage- imposing across-the-board water frontal systems are needed to Sarasota County,Florida copy of said proposed. ORDINANCE I Is
ment District governing board restrictions. replenish the groundwater they say. 2/01 4tchg 2/22 available for your Inspection at me office -
because many parts of the districtare Recent weather frontal systems of the Director of Zoning and Planning -
For ThatSpecial still experiencing record low pushing through the area have City Hall Starke, Florida.
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
groundwater levels. helped raise surface water levels but December 1989 was the first Any person deciding to appeal a decision -
The modified phase II advisory have had little effect on ground- month since June that the rainfall REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF made at the above referenced
Item means mandatory restrictions may water acquifers. It will take approximately has been above normal averages. An ORDINANCE THE LAND amendlna USE PLAN the Comprehensive meeting may need to record the proceedings -
be imposed on a case-by-case basis four to eight weeks for this With the exception of a cou;pie mon- land Use Plan Element and- and that far such purpose,he
where there is reasonable evidence rainfall to reach the acquifer in the ths in 1988 the SWRMD has had Map by Bradford County. Florida In accordance may need to ensure that a verbatim
that a particular water use is caus- northern areas of the district,say officials below average rainfall since April with lhe"local Gov.rnm.ntCompr.h.nsiv. record of the proceeding I I. mode.
ing harm to an adjacent legal user. of the Suwannee River Water 1988. .
Planning Act of 1975 a* Itchg 2/011 i Cant.No.363; PO 3821
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RECYCLE REUSE REDUCE Lake Butler Community Center RE YCLE.REuseeREDlIcE

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FISHING' BooneCounty

: am Fishing tournament beings City of Clearwater
Duval County
TOURNAMENT 10 :00 am "Recycling Awareness: Fair" officially opens IFAS; EMenalon rvice'
City of Gainesville
10:30 am Magician Christopher Hampton V University Florida I

11:00 am The David Eddings Show Baker County High School
hosted
starts at daylight Conservation Society
'12OO pm Presentation of special awards Clean Florida Commission

by the Lake Butler Guest speaker' t Covenant BFIBIRP Paper


'Volunteer I Fire For Legacy of Love Singers Anchor Class

| Dept 12:30 pm Presentation of fishing tournament awards /': : .. MTwEqm meet'Reynolds .

info call Jerry Howell at 1:00 pm, The Southlanders .. ,_.." AluminumSoutheast Glass .

1:30 pm Magician Christopher Hampton \ } Southeast Recycling
: ; Tire Turf System*

496-3401 or 496-3496! 2:00 pm "Recycling Awareness Fair" ends .,:,,, ,.,' ',, :, !:!.s. Forest Service .
; ".5> Florida Game and FreshWater

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FOOD

"MOON WALK" AND

RECYCLESAUROUS & BIG BLUE will be sold on the



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The Bradford Wrestlingnteamcame 220 pounder Holland Shafer made u l-M.C..d.d__7.Sq.J.y
home with two the fastest in the C.s.bd.....
first place pin tournament in Hn MlIN
- finishes, two third place wins and a'' IS seconds, and lost to the tourna- -Kw.m_>..Mr.!..._..phi'.qInJed ..
fourth place win for a team score of ment winner In the semi-finals. I0IdMp"-II w.o_. hM 7
pw
105tt,to place fourth In the field of 13 Shafer has a 12-3 season record, and ,..--.055...--.,...
teams at the Flagler-Palm Coast worked.a heavyweight most of the ,_.....11.,54.w.ss.p.,0
Tournament, held at Palm. Coast season. !141-----.,.,.tarn. Saturday, January 27. ; Jacobean had two quick pins In the ,-......--
Thirteen schools from-all'over first two rounds but lost In the semi Onrfwtf_.to.*_. ....41tlla.ll."d
the state were represented and finals and lost again In overtime in Motor pin IiM '
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ticipated in'the tournament" said the consolation round. Jacobsen Is .
Coach Brett Purdy. "We made a doing better down In the 125 pound Upcoming... gc, +Ji ''r { eI
good showing." class after wrestling most of the Three matches remain on the
Brad Hamilton went 4-0 for the season at 130, said Coach Purdy. schedule, all at home for the Tor
day, winning all his matches with a. Bolles won the tournament with nadoes. Today (Thursday Feb. 1)
pin or technical pin. His season 118V4 team points Bishop Kennywas Buchholz will visit Starke,Saturday, .
record Is now 16-0, with 11 pins, the 2nd with 117 points,host Flagler Feb. 3, Fernandina Beach will visit,
only undefeated wrestler in the area was 3rd with IHVi,and BradfonUth and Monday, Feb. 5, St. Augustinecomes 'i
Ray Trimble, wrestling at 160, with lOStt points. to town.
pounds also won a first place In the
tournament, defeating all his op- Bradford vs. Forest... The district tournament is 1+ l
ponents by pins or technical pins.Trimble's "Beating Fore$'was an excellentwin scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10, at
season record Is 10-4-1 for us," Coach Purdy said. Buchholz High in Gainesville.
overall, but is 9-2-1 in the 160 pound "This was a team win. The entire Preliminaries will start at 1::30 p.m.,
class. Wrestling a class above team pulled together and brought us with consolation matches at 6 p.m. '
minimum is good for :
building through. and finds at 7 p.m.
strength, but Is not good for one's The following Friday and Satur- I
record, says Coach Purdy. .a The less experienced men on the day, Feb. 16-17, is the 3A Regional ,. _t S. 1 .. .
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into the tournament,lost his first pin he said. The outcome was still The state finals are set for Fri- Shots Wouldn't Fall...
match of the year in the semi-final undecided until the last match when and Feb. Tornado forward I
day Saturday, 23-24, at Clarence William fire a Shot against Gainesville Tuesday night.BUS flittered through a cold
round, in the third overtime period, Rolland Shafer pinned his man for a West Palm Beach. night from the floor again the Iton.Tornados .
due to an elbow separation which 12 point lead and the match. A pin Williams' status is questionablefor
forced the forfeit, and also forfeitedthe the other way would have tied the the three remaining regular
wrestleback for third place. match. season matches, says coach Purdy, Fall to Ga.inesvi1h I
Two third place finishes were Forest looked better than it had but he will be ready for the district ,
registered by Eddy Siegmund and for years, Purdy said. The night tournament,still ten days away.The -- ---- - --- ----
Holland Shafer, both 4-1 in the tour- before they had beaten Buchholz elbow was displaced but snapped Tornado cagers couldn't get it going hustled. The shots just wouldn't go Upcoming...
namentL and the fourth place finish 55-24 in Gainesville. Buchholz, back immediately, stretching Tuesday night, Jan. 30, in a I low- down." BHS is at N.Marlon Friday, Feb.
was by Joel Jacobsen,3-2 on the day. Forest and Bradford are the teamsin ligaments but no bone fracture. Im- scoring 56-43 loss to Dist.3-5A foe In its past two games the Tornado 2. Saturday BHS is home against
Eddy Siegmund, 130 pounds. 4-1 contention to win the district title mediate ice packs kept swelling Gainesville High. School in the Bradford five has not looked like itself...miss- Ocala Vanguard. Tuesday, Feb. 6,
lost In the semi-finals to fininh thirJ this year. down. High gym.Turnovers ing field goals and free throws, get- BHS hosts a rematch with
cost the Tornado five a ting only one shot most of the time
GEastside. Game times: JV, 6
70-58 loss to Eastside High in under the offensive boards, and
Gainesville last Friday night, Jan. p.m.; varsity 7:30 p.m.
committing inopportune turnovers.
LOOKING for a GOOD DEAL ? 26."We're Consistency is what Coach Cumm- GUS 56 Bradford 43
in a slump, said Coach ings is working on now, trying to get
Roland Cummings after the Tues ready for the Dist.MA Tournamentset Gainesville High used a 2.3 sagg-
day night loss to GUS when even the Feb. 22-24. ing zone defense to keep Bradford
Check the Classifieds Scoreboard clock refused to work The two losses leave BHS 13-6 on High from penetrating for close
shots and the Tornado five
properly. the season and 3-4 in Dist.5-3A, was
Coach Cummings says he can't which puts the Tornadoes near the unable to shoot over the zone from
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Wal-Mart Foundation Supports FAD With $100' DonationFamilies ..1


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Against Urugs (FAD), School System," says Adele Mit- In May the schools and community US-301; approximately 450 ribbons Book' marks Buttons Pledge
the group of local citizens whose sole chell, Coordinator of FAD will combine in a full week of ac- were distributed and displayed.MaJ. cards Stickers booklets Key"Chains, litter
purpose is to promote alcohol and Membership in FAD is composedof tivities demonstrating support and Bill Reno and the Starke Police bags, Elks 5 Dumb Ex
drug awareness in Bradford County, educators law enforcement per- encouraging our youth to Just Say Department delivered these door to cuses", coloring books, wee Ula,
has received a donation of$100 from sonnel, representatives from local No" to drugs and alcohol. door to businesses to be placed in bookcovers and pamphlets from
Wal-Mart's Walton Foundation.The schools churches and civic Financial assistance comes from their windows. Miller Enterprises of Crescent City
the schools civic 50 large red ribbons were suppliedfor were distributed to students in, all
4, donation was a matching gift organizations, and any interestedand organizations '
for money collected by the "Wishing concerned citizen. local businesses, and caring In.divldual public buildings, post offices ci- schools in the counties.
1' Wall" that was placed near the en- Meetings are held the 4th Tuesdayof >>.All directly into ty halls, and schools.
,, trance of the Wal-Mart store duringthe each month, (except Decemberand various methods such as merchandise Each school was given a 3' by 5' In 1989, the FAD financial state-
Christmas holidas.The July) in the Media Center of the and speakers,that reinforce our "Just Say No" banner; "Just Say ment shows an income of $6,328.57:
: .\ "wishing well" was donatedto Bradford-Union Vocational Schoolat message that Bradford County No" stationery was distributed to $3,566.60 from sale of t-shlrts and
FAD by a concerned citizen. Each 7:30: p.m. "We are attempting to cares, and that, hopefully, our youth county school offices; one drug Identification bows! and $2,758.M primarily from
two weeks the"wishing well"will be encourage and promote some type of will proudly state that"My Choice Is chart was placed in each donations from school PTO's and civic
placed in a different local business, activity each month for our young to be Drug Free". classroom; "Just Say No" napkinswere organizations individuals local
all money collected will be used for people," said Mitchel. "These ac- "Just Say No" week Is scheduledfor placed in school cafeterias; groups.
tivities will provide information and videos were provided to all schools
of FAD. Activities
expenses May 7-11, 1990. for
and the U.S.; Customs Service
Our major emphasis Is with our awareness concerning the potential the "Just Say No" week, May 7-13, "Black Hawk" visited aU
youth; therefore we function under dangers of alcohol and drug abuse," 1989 Included a booth at the county schools.helicopter Expenses were $2,681.17 for
the umbrella of the Bradford County she says. fair, banners on north and south School poster contests were held in t-shirts, guest speakers transportation -
grades 5-8 and 912. The winning and motel) $1,366.36,scholarship
$550, float 322.80, advertising
poster was painted on a billboard on
Recyclefrom US-301 south by Jack Bailey, Bailey $165.06 postage and stationery
Advertising, who donates thekllltuMMl 8996.
t ( page 1A) year.By the end of 1994,at least 30% Hazardous wastes cannot be "m.,.,.....a,.*!. ...tA,g.nw..*.war b_ r ulred. Carryover funds total$331.48.
ing may be accomplished, what of household wastes must, by law be buried in any landfill, lined or unlin- r '" ,,y\
items are considered recyclable, recycled.The ed. Many hazardous chemicals do, I
what the advantages of recyclingare items most people recognizeas however, find their way into landfills \\Legal ,Noticesprovided, :",
being household ('
the companies and organizations recyclable are newspapersand through garbage.
involved in recycling, and the aluminum cans. A market has Many in the Union County area
I I benefits to the communities, the long been established for these are fearful that a hazardous waste IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF far In Chapter 163 of the
counties and the nation in general. items. neutralization and disposal plant THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL Florida Statute
Wal-Mart Donation... Many industrial concerns in the Corrugated cardboard boxes, may still be located in the area of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TO ALL CITIZENS.Taxpayer and other
Adele Mitchell Coordinator of the waste disposal and recycling field mostly from retail businesses rather SARASOTA COUNTY,FLORIDA Interested penoni.
FAD (Families Against Drugs) program are planning exhibits and programsto than private households, have also ullerbee: Curve, just north of FAMILY LAW DIVISION You and each of you are hereby and'
receives a check for$100 from both entertain and enlighten the long been marketable. Raiford, the area also selected by Case Number:89-6473'U herewith given notice In accordance',
Robert Garrett manager of Wal- public who attend the fair. Recycl- Scrap Iron, lead, copper,and other NRSWA for its solid wastelandfilland IN RE: The Marriage of with Florida Statute that the teard of
Mart department store. ing projects and marketing metals are saleable but must be recycling operation.It THOMAS MARSHALL FERGUSON County Commliilonert of Bradford
The Wal-Mart store matched specialists will present programsand separated and prices fluctuatesporadically. Is surprising how many common Husbandand County. Florida, will conduct a final
funds collected from a "wishingwell" award prizes throughout the items around the home are con public hearing at a regular meeting heldon
day. sidered hazardous. TERRESA ANN KLEMM-FERGUSON, Wednetday. Feb. 21, 1990, at the
In the store FAD
placed by
during the Christmas season. The Concession stands children's Markets for other items mirh as Used motor oil, anti-freeze, rem- Wife Comml..loner'* Room of the Bradford
"wishing well" will be placed for games and a fishing tournament are plastic milk bottles and soft drink nants of paint in paint cans paint NOTICE OF CLAIM County Courthouse, Starke, Florida at
features of the fair. "tin" fuel oil and TO: TERRESA ANN KLEMMFERGUSONYOU 7:30 p.m. an Ordinance relating to:
about two weeks at different locations bottles metal cans, glass con- thinners, gasoline,
throughout the county Mitchell tainers, both clear and colored, are solvents having a petroleum base ARE NOTIFIED that an action for The rezoning of the following described
said. Recycle or Else... being developed. are all hazardous. Any petroleumbase dissolution of marrlag. has been filed property and amending the Com-
be discarded against you. You are required to serve a preventive Land Use Plan to provide
Rec is a requirement of the Organics such as food scraps, product that is to
1988 Florida Sold Waste Management yard rakings and tree trimmingscan should not be put with garbage. copy of your written defenses. If any, to that land currently toned RSF-MH-I, andd.sipnat.d
Act, passed by the legislature; be composted and used for soil Batteries, pesticides i l roach and and the action address on I I.P.tltlon.r THOMAS who.MARSHALL name Residential-Mobile by the Home plan.be rezoned as Rural to
and scheduled to be implemented by enrichment. mice baits other garden and FERGUSON Lawt.y Correcllonalln.lltu. CSV and designated. Conservation" the
lOOK!NG? July 1989 throughout Florida. household chemicals such as fertilizer Hon P.O. Box 229, DCf251770 Lawtey property of THOMAS.. SMITH, described
The Department of Environmental and adhesives and some typesof
Florida 32058-0229 on or before March a* follow: 15.56 acre out of Sec. 26
Regulation has been lenient in en- Hazardous Waste... cleaning compounds may also be 06, 1990 and file the original with the and Sec. 39, Parcel CO805-O-00730. Twn.
Check theClassifieds forcing the deadline,and has extended No hazardous wastes can be ac- hazardous and should not be sent to Clerk of this Court,either before serviceon 6 S., Rng. 21 E. located four miles
a recycling start-up until this cepted by a solid waste facility. the landfill. Petitioner or Immediately thereafter; southwest of Starke all S.W. 11th St.
otherwise a (judgement will be ent.red (k.a. Sampson Trestle Rd.) off Northeast
SRWMD Continues Water RestrictionsManagement to the relief demanded In the petition. tide of Sampson Lak., to be used for
WITNESS my hand and the teal 1 of this Recreational Vehkle Park end Cam
In theBSection Court on January 04. 1990. pground. This I'S an application for CLUP .
The modified phase II water shor- This allows district staff to judge District In Live Oak. KAREN E.RUSHING, amendment.You .
tage advisory has been continued by each situation individually insteadof Several series of these area-wide As Clerk of the Court are further given NOTICE that a
the Suwannee River Water Manage- imposing across-the-board water frontal systems are needed to Sarasota County Florida copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE ,It
ment District governing board, restrictions. replenish the groundwater,they say. 2/014tchg 2/22 available for1 your Inspection at the of.
because many parts of the districtare Recent weather frontal systems flee of the Director of Zoning and Planning
For ThatSpecial still experiencing record low pushing through the area have NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR City Hall, Starke, Florida.
groundwater levels. helped raise surface water levels but December 1989 was the first REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Any person deciding to appeal a decision
The modified phase II advisory have had little effect on ground- month since June that the rainfall THE LAND USE PLAN made at the above referenced
Item means mandatory restrictions may water acquirers It will take approx- has been above normal averages. An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive meeting may need to record the proceedings
be imposed on a case-by-case basis imately four to eight weeks for this With the exception of a couple mon- land Use Plan Element and ,and that,for such purpose,h.
where there Is reasonable evidence rainfall to reach the acquifer in the ths in 1988, the SWRMD has had Map by Bradford County. Florida In accordance may need to ensure that a verbatim
that a particular water use is caus- northern areas of the district say of- below average rainfall since April with the'local Government record of the proceeding I I. made.
ing harm to an adjacent legal user. ficials of the Suwannee River Water 1988. Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 a* ltchg 2/01:Cont.No.363: Pa3821.YiOU'RE
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TOURNAMENT 10 :00 am "Recycling Awareness Fair" officially opens IFAS Extension Service. '

10:30 am Magician Christopher Hampton University of Florida '

hosted 11OO am The David Eddings Show Baker Conservation County High School' .
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I Wrestlers 4th at Tourney ).a


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By Joe Glsty In his class. His w ,
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Bradford 40,OcoU Forcit 2sIMR.wdr
ICY toff WriterThe record Is 12-4 with 8 pins. W.1dr..........ililIM
Bradford Wrestlingnleam 220 pounder Rolland Shafer made _U O..Ld-......74
came home with two fine 'place the fastest pin In the tournament in -).,..,r b. fa>4....flu till napr
finishes, two third place wins and a'' 15 seconds, and lost to the tourna- IK--Kw..rw.h..., __*IM_pta iM.
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fourth place win for a team score of ment winner in the semi-finals. ISO--s4/- S..wwd w.s...I...r-1 % 7 tua }1 ,
lOSMi,to place fourth In the field of Shafer has 12-3 record and Id/-JM.
13 a season WWtaM WM*CM teams at the worked ,-.....11..W., lit
Flagler-Palm Coast as a heavyweight most of the phi
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Tournament, held at 1.1-a..r.M.w d..k. Is.ta.ry.d
Palm Coast season. ,
Saturday, January 27. ; Jacobsen had two quick pins in the 17-d..,..,Met.TrtmM.WI..A.tm .. 55.7 r
"Thirteen schools from rail ',over first two rounds but lost in the semifinals IM-70557 .-..IM fcchto*IIrll1.44.d
the state were represented and lost Uwhr mil fin' l.UHotlraMwd I t
and par- again in overtime in ...
ticipated; in'the tournament," said the consolation round. Jacobsen is *by toifett + tt ___
Coach Brett Purdy. "We made a doing better down in the 125 pound Upcoming... t _____
good showing." class after wrestling most of the Three matches remain on the 4 1 '. _____
Brad Hamilton went 4-0 for the season at 130, said Coach Purdy. schedule, all at home for the Tor- \ _ __
day, winning all his matches with a Bolles won the tournament with nadoes. Today (Thursday Feb. 1)
pin or technical pin. His season 118V4 team points, Bishop Kennywas Buchholz will visit Starke,Saturday, : A .
record is now 16-0), with 11 pins, the 2nd with 117 points,host Flagler Feb. 3, Fernandina Beach will visit, 1s .., : ,, .
only undefeated wrestler in the area, was 3rd with 114ft,and BradfonMth and Monday, Feb. 5, St. Augustinecomes ,r t .l ?v3ts
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Ray Trimble, wrestling at 160, with 105V4 points.Bradford to town. r r
pounds, also won a first place in the 1
tournament, defeating all his op- vs. Forest... The district tournament Is T4 't t
ponents by pins or technical pins.Trimble's "Beating Forest(was an excellentwin scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10, at _
season record Is 10-4-1 for us," Coach Purdy said. Buchholz High in Gainesville. r--- : :
overall, but is 9-2-1 In the 160 pound "This was a team win. The entire Preliminaries will start at 1:30 p.m.,
class. Wrestling a class above team pulled together and brought us with consolation matches at 6 p.m.
minimum Is good for building through." and finals at 7 p.m. p l
strength, but Is not good for one's The following Friday and Satur-

record, says Coach Purdy. I i. The less experienced men on the day, Feb. 16-17, is the 3A Regional .. __ __ _
John O. Williams, undefeated goIng team worked hard and avoided a Tournament,site yet to be determined. u "S T' I
into the tournament,lost his first, pin he said. The outcome was still The state finals are set for Fri- Shots Wouldn't Fall...
match of the year In the semi-final undecided until the last match when day and Saturday, Feb. 23-24, at Tornado forward Clarence William fire a hot against Calmwvlllc Tuesday night.BUS suffered through a cold I
round, in the
third overtime period Rolland Shafer his for
pinned man a West Palm Beach. night from the floor against the wlton.'I'ornados .
due to an elbow separation which 12 point lead and the match. A pin Williams' status is questionablefor
forced the forfeit, and also forfeitedthe the other way would have tied the the three remaining regular
wrestleback for third place. match. season matches, says coach Purdy, Fall to Gainesville i
Two third place finishes were Forest looked better than it had but he will be ready for the district
Roland by Eddy Siegmund and for years, Purdy said. The night tournament,still ten days away.The ---- -- ---
Shafer both 4-1 in the tournament before they had beaten Buchholz elbow was displaced but snapped Tornado cagers couldn't get it goIng hustled. The shots. just wouldn't go Upcoming...
and the fourth place finish 55-24 in Gainesville. Buchholz, back immediately, stretching Tuesday night, Jan. 30,In a low- down." BUS Is at N.Marion Friday Feb.
was by Joel Jacobsen,3-2 on the day. Forest and Bradford are the teamsin ligaments but no bone fracture. Im- scoring 5643 loss to Dist3-5A foe In its past two games the Tornado 2. Saturday BHS is home against
Eddy Siegmund, 130 pounds 4-1. contention to win the district title mediate Ice packs kept swelling Gainesville High School in the Brad- five has not looked like Itself...miss- Ocala Vanguard. Tuesday Feb. 6,
lost In the semi-finals to finish third this year. down. ford High gym.Turnovers Ing field goals and free throws, get- BHS hosts a rematch with
cost the Tornado five a ting only one shot most of the time Eastslde. Game times: JV, 6
79-58 loss to Eastslde High in under the offensive boards, and
Gainesville last Friday night, Jan. committing inopportune turnovers. p.m.; varsity 7:30 p.m.

LOOKING for a GOOD DEAL ? 26."We're Consistency Is what Coach Cumm- GHS 56 Bradford 43
in a slump said Coach ings is working on now, trying to get .
Roland Cummings after the Tuesday ready for the Dist -3A Tournamentset Gainesville High used a 2 3 sagging
night loss to GHS,when even the Feb. 22-24. zone defense to keep Bradford
Check the Classifieds Scoreboard clock refused to work The two losses leave BHS 13-6 on High from pe Tornado for close
shots and the
five
properly.Coach. the season and 3-4 in Dist5-3A, was
Cummings says he can't which puts the Tornadoes near the unable to shoot over the zone from
complain about the effort. "We bottom, Coach Cummings says.. See Page 10A
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outside in a 56-431088 Tuesday night BHS beat GHS 65-59 Jan. 12 in average. Eastside High' 13 15 17 34 79 2,4-8/10-22, Clarence Williams 1,8-2/3-21,Tong Richardson 4-6/8-14,
Jan. 30, to the Hurricanes. Gainesville. The Eastslde big three also sand- Bradford High: Train Blye 3-1/3-7, 1,5-1/2-14, Wendell Hudson 4-0/1-8. Larry ROM 1-4/4-6, Kevin Dennison I
CHS was 13-7 on the season after s..d/d...... || f II II 41 wiched around BUS center Wendell Donnie Franc 1+2, Reggie Shef- Totals: 418101658. 8-2/4-18, 'Jimmy Brannon 3-4/6-10,
the game and 4-2 in Dist.5-3A play. O.I Wfw4..i,lll..Mljli 4 II. If.. ..It.. ,.. M. Hudson, denying Hudson a good field 1.1-0/0-5. Pedro Carter Eastside High: Donnie Mathews Marlon Roper 5-1/2-11.
Midi Mute NMMtaM 1 1 / *
In a slow first half BUS started out his BUS teammates
.. passes
CwMr I. /! ;i.. Ctown* WIlli.,. 1"', W.nd.11 many
fast and led 7-0 for an 11-6 first MiriM*4-'/MI.,_..1.1'." -4). tried to lob inside. Or,if BHS put the
period advantage. At the half the O.ln.tvlll. Hlfkl' T.Iff I.."-.. T......... ball on the floor inside, Eastside
1..1/... A.mom ItO-r. 0.4 "'..... *.!/"". BHS to
game was locked at 18. ... usually outscrapped come up
,""' .lft.l.J. ArmHraof../.,.e.Imlth 14/14.
'.0...._ I..-,. ,...... >,irlM.. with It.Game.
GHS finally made three straight officials called three
baskets and went on a 13-5 run in the technicals on the Tornado five for In-
third period where turnovers kept Eastslde 79 BUS 58 tentional fouls as time wound downin
the Tornadoes from answering to Too many turnovers cost Bradford the fourth period. Eastside made
take a 37-31 lead. The Tornadoes High a 79-58 Dist. 5-3A Jan. 26 loss to 11 free throws in the fourth period
hung in, getting within two at one Eastside High In Gainesville. and got three easy lay-ups beatingthe
point, but a three point shot with Bradford battled back after BHS press.
about l'//& minutes gave GHS a five Eastslde, 11-6 and 2-4 in Dist.5-3A,
point cushion. scored the first five points to win the Tornado Pedro Carter led ail
first quarter 15-13. But that was the scorers with 22 points, but Coach
BHS pressed and fouled GHS final period BUS won. ES won the se- Cummings said a lot of Carter's
players who made their free throws. 'cond 15-10 for a 28-25 halftime advan- points came after the game was too
Chad Thomas led GHS and was tage, then went on to beat the BHS far gone. Clarence Williams had 14
game high with 19 points most from five 17-11 in the third period and points and 7 rebounds for BUS.
right under the basket. GHS pen- 34-22 In the fourth. Wendell Hudson, who did a good Job
trated the BHS middle but made it BHS fell to 12-5 for the season and clearing the defensive boards led
harder for BHS to penetrate inside. 3-3 in Dist.5-3A. with 9 rebounds and scored 8 points.
Pedro Carter led BUS with 16 According to its own records, BHS
points. Wendell Hudson had 12. committed 34 turnovers. The three Five ES players were in double
Carter led BHS in rebounding with tallest Eastslde players crowded figures. Donnie Mathews led with 21
7. Clarence Williams and Hudson under the BUS Scoreboard and points, Kevin Dennison had 18, Tony t 1 r ti. 1
each had 6 rebounds. GUS outre- usually rebounded any missed shot Richardson 14, Marlon Roper 11 and
bounded BHS 40-27. BHS was 20 of 43 the Tornadoes put up. BHS bucketed Timmy Brannon 10.
or 47% from the field. '3 of 44 f<*M nnnlq a 5rt pprrpnt Bradford High 15 10 11 22 58



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The Lady Tornadoes got a big Slater. Monic Williams'-" led BUS with Key to the loss was the BUS inability -Tough DTornado;. : : : -:: = : = I

31 points, Tara Jackson had 13 and to defense the Forest guards, I
district win Tuesday night, Jan. 30 Carter Iota a shot fly against the lagging d D of a tough low "da OILS packed
10. Dana Norman said Coach Slater. The Ladies
Williams never
behindto Aurilla
in Gainesville coming from the bmlia again BUS to get the rebound and usually let the Tornadoes lake just on*(bo*..
beat Gainesville High 6859.It had 8 assists and Kendra Butler 7. tried a man to man against Forest. ,

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was a must win, said Coach ,, ,:.: : :. : ,, ; '. . ; :
John Slater after the 82-72 district
loss to Ocala Forest last Friday

night, Jan. 26. THAT'S RIGHT! ONE CENT OVER ON
BHS moves to 13-3 on the season INVOICE
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and 7-2 in Dist. 3-5A. BHS is solidly in

behind second place Ocala in Vanguard the district in,the a game loss ANY UNIT IN STOCK FOR 4 DAYS ONLY,,


and column.4-4 in GHS slip to 9-6 overall JAN. 31ST THRU FEB. 3RD.Terwillegar.s .

Both teams started out in a man- .

their to-man two defense leading, and rebounders GHS fouled, Coach out .Giant Truck Sale Is Going On Now!

Slater said. High scoring Hurricane .
Nicole Welcome got in foul trouble F','
early,was held to points,and foul-
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GHS led until the fourth period. It 90F-1504x4 INVOICE--------$13.743,00 '90F-1504x2 1NVOIC _.11S1I.00 '90F-1504x2 IWO CE__$14.l39.o0 '90 F-150 4x2 INVOICE _$1349e.0D
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full court trapping press. When GHS oMaepl.d;. .. burnt*.MiMon.aaB.un" *. -.......... -.....wa- ,
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of it and went back to a full court 4 IN stock Choose from 10

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ahead 55-54, and sophomore Aurilla ,! MFM__(to*.M..kvlMuilnwvi"" __...;.; ;:...::; :: c
Williams (15 points, 13 rebounds) hit
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"It was a critical game for us,
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Our kids went out there and playedman 4x2: 108 W.aXlT.mai : vou PAY-- --'01- 4 DL YOU PAY-- -.ov Z DL YOU PAY 01 IX S.0 2 DR. YOU PAY"I
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Making only 7 of 27 free throws
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BUS knotted the score at 72 with I '82T-BirdHeri Edition
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BUS 15-3, took its third loss. It Velour Interior Economical 'C.
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Lori Kite and Ines Parker combined -
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provided the outside shots and Ines _ _ _ _
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took ped Ines the ball there Inside.sat Lori When outside BHS,stop-said '84 Chevy ale 4X449S '$4 Escort GT was $3495 '85 Ford Crown Victoria

Coach Slater. VS. AT. 74.< l., I S8p.'Alr.TUt.Crule.t8un' $ _Was $6995
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using their two quick guards to ExtniBharp. Stet+ 35.OOO Ml. y
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BHS ladies themselves. In the first
half they made only a of 16 free from Anywhere .:, Gainesvillein
throws and only 3 of 9 In the second 11I

half.BHS Florida! 3771O9Gi
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Measuring the Impact.

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Strong;: te, Federal Support for Camp Blanding

Means More Jobs, Economic Benefits Locally

I :- i ByMarkFrledlln administration poured un- completed in 1985 and 0# a the growth is
v BCT Staff Writer precedented amounts of new money still continuing this year and into the
The Camp Blanding military ",into the Camp Blanding foreseeable future with workers
L-:1' reservation has become one of the ,increased the number of guardsmen from area construction companies
driving economic forces in the Brady and regular Army units making use currently in the middle of a $2.7
/ ford Telegraph's coverage area, of the facility by almost three times. million construction which includesnew
__ providing lobs and a multitude of 'An air force group the "Red computerized firing ranges up-
economic benefits which show no Horse" squadron specializing in dates on electronic equipment and
signs of abating despite budget cuts repairing combat damaged air- new barracks for officers and
: in overall military expenditures. fields, relocated to Camp Blanding enlisted men.
: Federal expenditures in a recently from Jacksonville's Cecil Field in One of the most exciting new project
released'Economic Impact Report'at for the veterans of training at
/ Camp_Blanding for 1989 reveal 1984.An Impressive new Armory and Camp Blanding during; the war
that the U.S. government spent over Post Headquarters building was
$11 million at the facility last year See Page 4A _.
T(4r( rip S 77rri the second hlgest amount spent in -
: the state on the National Guard VACUUM
12; \ (Jacksonville's Air National Guard & SEWING CENTER
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squadron was first) Sales Repair All Brands Parts
Add state expenditures of over$2
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Over 15,000 regular U.S.Army and : "
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national Guardsmen train at the $5999 varnua Parls' 'Bag s>Stiing| \\larhinrs' $59
facility each year during "Annual (YinelS'N'olIons :==
Training" or 'AT's' as they are @
{ b .+" referred to by guardsmen and area \ :wn rel.
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a f'' lived the \ ion o ..
civilians who have in area -......
for a long time and hear (and feel) roar tea .RoO.c....
Mw.M
I the blasts of the heavy artillery gunsas \ ".'._. tw.Correa. .
they fire on the practice range 4 Place Tool 5,1 .
L deep in remote areas of the 27,000 I : rKAuthorloedVacuum
i-i square mile training area.
Ire__ While the size of the facility
located on Kingsley Lake between 1252-E South Wnlnut St. Authorized Swing
Always Busy... Starke and Keystone Heights and EurokaHoover Dealer.Fort South 301 Plnza Machine For Dealer*
National Guard lit Sgt.George Creep one of the many employee*:who earn a living and rapport their local the number of fulltlme employees Royal,Klrby+ Starke. FL. 32091 Viking,Simplicity,
I community In their Job with the Guard.Camp Blanding I*the second largest earner of Federal and. State fund remained and fairly 70's, the constant Ronald from Reagan the1960's P.n..onle Phone Hour: (904)Mon.-Sat.) 964-6131 9-6 Rlccar,}lncu*
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Willard "Buck"Alvarez Pender of Spanish Wells, Bahamas; charge of arrangements. Familywill We would like to express sincere
three brothers, Jimmy Bowman of receive friends at the funeral appreciation to our many friends for Deals with E-Z Wheels
Naples, Fla. and Wesley and Wayne home from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday their love, flowers, food and support Easy
Mr. Jesse Willard "Buck" Bowman,both of Birmingham,Ala.; evening. Shown during our ||m..nf Josp, "
Alvarez 75,of Starke,died TuesdaY two sisters, Clara Spirlmg of Birm- Slncctfy,. T (904) 964-7783
January 30, in Bradford Hospital! ingham and Jean Moore of Garden- The Charley E.Johns Farnl ly. TOMMY.UIt4Y 1320 N. Temple Avenue
following a long illness. Born in dale, Ala. and five grandchildren. Manager. SCfrk FJ,. 32091 :;
Starke, Mr. Alvarez was a lifelong Funeral services for Mrs. Dun- Card of ThanksA .
resident of the area. He was a nam will be held Friday morning at sincere and heartfelt Thank You In Loving l t.n.ury \
retired heavy equipment operatorwith 10 a.m. in the Chapel of Archer to the First United Methodist; Church
the. Bradford County Road Funeral Home of Lake Butler with Dr. MR. FRANK PARKS
Department, working for them for Rev. Terry Cranford officiating. Gianas membership, and,the Rev. McQueen friends who Who departed this life on Feb. 3, the Classifieds.1 1TI7'h
many Check
over 15 years.Survivors Burial will be Saturday morning in have been so helpful and supportive. J989. We miss you and will always I
include his wife,Onie L. Odenville, Ala. at the Friendship The Family of cherish your memory.
Green Alvarez;two sons,Robert Arthur Baptist Church Cemetery. Archer Eloise Loudon The Parka Family!
"Bobby" Alvarez and William Funeral Home of Lake Butler is In
"Billy" Alvarez; two daughters,

Greta Fay Alvarez and Barbara .. ....-- ,--- It. -. {\ _
Jean Slade; eight grandchildren and ---r-----
five great grandchildren, all of i; r'---
Starke. ; ;
Funeral services for Mr. Alvarez :
will be at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones
.
STO.
Chapel in Starke, Friday, Feb. 2,
with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. 7 ..1 I ti i HOURS
Burial will be in Conner Cemetery ;' B A.M. ;;
under the direction of Jones Funeral TIL
Home of Starke. L" P.M. ]

Mrs. Pearl S. DobbsMrs.

.Pearl S. Dobbs, 89, of = t /"
;
Lawtey, died Saturday, Jan. 27 at :
her home in Lawtey. Born and rais-
ed in Baker County, she was the W-D SPECIAL TRIM W-D BRAND U.S. 'CHOICE .
widow of the late Frank D. Dobbs,
former pioneer resident of Raiford. WHOLE CENTER CUT BONE-IN PREMIUM GRADE
She moved to Lawtey IS years ago
where she has since resided. She
was a member of Grace United SMOKED CHUCK FRYERLECQUABTERS
Methodist Church of Lawtey.
Survivors include one daughter,
Mrs. Morrell Carradine of Lawtey;
one son, Paul J. Dobbs of Winter HAMS ROAST
Haven; one sister, Mrs. Ruby
Hamilton of Tallahassee; eight
grandchildren and 16 great grand-
children and two great-great grand-

children.Funeral services were held at 2 9-11 LB.

pm. Tuesday, January 30, at the PKG.
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral I 0 7
Home of Starke with Bro. Jimmy U
Jenkins officiating. Burial was in .. a.s PRICES GOODS
Sapp Cemetery near Raiford under a THURS.WED.SLICED .

the Funeral direction Home of of Starke.Archie Tanner FREE fl 'r a FEB.QUANTITY 1-7'RIGHTS, 1990


Mrs. Era M. DunnamMrs. "":: RESERVED-
.::.
Era M. Dunnam, 58, of Lake LB. LB. LB.
Butler,died Tuesday afternoon,Jan.
30, in the North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville \
following a brief illness. Born in SHANK SHANK HAL W-D BRAND US. CHOICE CENTER CUT BONE"N7BONE '
Odenville, Ala, Mrs. Dunnam lived MEIaALLION BRAND foAMILY PACK
most of her life in Miami until moving PORTIONMr Le $109 CHUCK STEAKS. u, $197 FRYER BREAST . $16a
to Lake Butler in 1986. She was
employed with the Lake Butler
Hospital and Hand v.rgery Clinic.
W-D BRAND US. CHOICE
She was also 'n. of the First
CENTER SLICEDSMOKED
SELECT LEAN SLICED FREE BEEF BONELESS
Baptist Church 01 sa.e Butler.
Survivors include one son, Gerald ,Whole or Rib Hall SHOULDER Community- .

Simpson'mother,Wrs.Estellajaison of Summerville, S.C.Bowmanof ;. her :. ) -- '- JJ ROAST .I';!!' ,.. ;::k' -.

Bobby FuMtontbtte" unham AoI.and..:: four..stepsons'Micheal: Dun-,. io._ P1" .5' .' $ ._ ,.2IM-It.. ti, If I a-sea, r..tn"ml "',.

nam, both of Indianapolis, Ind., s .:! THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE:, .
1 ,
James Dunnam and Clive Dunnam, /" Checking :Traveler'Checks I ;;
both of Spanish Wells, Bahamas;' \\00 L L B. LB Savings Account: Credit Card Application* "
two stepdaughters,Vickie Jo Gibsonof W-O REGULAR REGULAR or THICK Loan Application Money Orders '
Indianapolis, Ind.and Donna Kay' BOLOGNA or SNOW CRABCLUSTERS OSCAR MAYER $ 8 Certificate*rt Deposit Night Depository, '.
99c $2299 9 Money Market Account Notary Public
FRANKS... Plea . .oLss SLICED BACON. u
HOURS
Field Hosts W-D w-D BRAND us. CHOICE!BEEF .-WED: c-Th!:
Cecil W-D COOKED $989 ENDLESS LINK $C99 BONELESS SHOULDER $ 79 MOO O 9.rMp.m.am.4pm.THURS.4FRI. : : :MJ8ankW'rket ,.

Jet Base TourNAS HAM ." . ,,.*. ,. ..LI. iky SMOKED SAUSAGE :Ills l STEAK . . u & SATURDAY 8im.-2p.nt. ,"
,
r7 tllpt.
Cecil Field will host its next PORK $'8D UNEVEN SLICED HICKORY SWEET

public tour of the master jet base 10 RIBLETS . :1fJ',Iaoxa T I BOLOGNA . V2?: ((69' SLICED BACON. LI.EVERYDAY. $148
at
Saturday, Feb. 10 beginning

a.m.Three tours are scheduled,and the EVERYDAY HARVEST-
EVERYDAY PRICE
be filled before reser / LOW
must
first tour PRICE =
vations will be accepted for the 11 '.OW,PRICE LOW FRESH
a.m. and noon tours.The number of _
tours offered will be determined by '
the number of responses. Each tour I; i_ __' PRODUCE
lasts an hour and is highlighted by a :

visit from to NAS the flight Cecil line Field where, the aircraft FA-18 tw rM _r_ _x i s I_ I a l _

Hornet and S-3 Viking will be on Nature makes the produce.
display. Pilots representing e : x a s WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. ,
squadrons flying those planes will be ci: I I l

available to explain the aircraft mis- r ____________________ = "', \
i'" JUG WESTERN
sion and capability. .. u
Reservations for the tour are re :.' ",
ARROw.owocRra ,
quired. Call 778-6055 before noon DETERGENT .URR.RRMO LETTUCE
Feb. 9 to make reservations.LOOKING. I ORANGE JUICE '. r "

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TWIN THEATREStarke RACE FAN DREAM WEEKEND . 6$1: WAFFLES . r 4 .8 8 C

964-5451 From Wlnn-Dlxle and Procter & Gamble ASSORTED VARIETIESPEPPERIDGE IUNa'-
SUPERBRAND Otc FARM

Closed Wed. & Thurs. LIGHT SPREAD TUIIn LAYER CAKE . \'.: $159

Starts Friday. Feb.2nd __ 'Ia'I) ALL I'LAVOASSUPEFlIlIlAND THRIFTY MAID jl QUINCY FARMS
re1cr .. SWISS STYLE O $-00 ORANGE JUICE t1 8ge,3 PRIME

f YOGURT . OKOUMTRV CUPS CRISP N TASTY BMHtAflg.FEPPCROMI MUSH
PICTURES FRESH IMITATION Of CMEEU! !
mOMTIlt! AT YOUR LOCAL TORI TO WIN .
"On*of IWo Grand Prtn PackaoM whtcfl manor, SLICED CHEESE JENO'S 9 9 C ROOMe

THE LITTLESCREEN. IWo Tfckata, Faoruaiy la tile Goody 17 tMaTWo 300; FOOD . . 12.01.P5C 99 PIZZAS . . PIZZAS r WI.IIoIurdoy ,. ." ., '
PH Paaaas la Hw Goody':300. '
TWO Privau. Oaraga Ibura, tor tna, Goody', :300.Jtao WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. .wea.,
D VIP Paaaaa tor lh Os lon 5001Sundayi
M aoruar IB IWtt ,'.
: FRESH! OC N'
[ ] Two VIP film tor tha FoloantfTlaa Racing 28/30-Cr.
ttoapHiuty' 1kr at DM DaylOfW SOOXm PERCH
Foigm or Tkto B an jcckm .i JUMBO HEADLESS ALL PURPOSE ;
: ;,.- 2tangg IWo foyrn or Tld Racing MM WHITE SHRIMP FILLETS .. $299
1 : wHI_.FdI 4 POTATOES.. 'tal. ,
kf R.O- PMM Car
CashSILQESTERLSULLONE "TNn Prlia winner.wtt Rocah a Tide RoQ"iII'IMm Jack.*,' $ 9 9 ."
s7gg 3 Y FRESH FLORIDA C
CONTMT RULISl ,.. 49
: 1 Whom mual.ba II yaara o)aga. FISHERMANS RADISHES /.PI&.rc
3 Cain Ml w tha prln(a. L8.
b..ny part
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31 Orand P *.wmnara muat ba awa la ALL VARIETIES
O:: a.du0.d FRESH SEAFOOD MARIE'S SALAD
4. Paraupallng' oornpanlaa.not raaporaMKa aoddanu or INTHUHILL ,
HURT, RUSSELL kijuriaa to Mnnanl andtar thalr guaata 'SNOW CRAB $ J9 FRESH LIVE DRESSINGS $169
5. arm Prlta Wlnnara moal protMa ttalr own MnaponatUn .a$1211, '. :s alt
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I jury fluids Inmate Not Guilty Attempted Murder --- I


A Jury: found a 33-year-old Inmate Bradford .., .II
County's
I not guilty attempted murder In on last week's trial only calender.prison. case Jasper Klrtsey was charged with weapons charge but not guilty of busting a desk. Klrtsey grabbed a knife that day prison officials would
attempted first-degree murder for purposely harming the librarian.
piece of the splintered wood and ,,;t have found it. !
beating a homosexual Inmate. The Ricks testified\that he had been an Ricks
jury found of \ several times, kicked him, Assistant\ Public Defender Linda ;
lover
Kirtsey guilty aggravated unwilling to Kirtsey and the
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPERTY battery in the beating of fight resulted from his attempt to held then grabbed a typewriter which he Haddad said Klrtsey was the victim
over his head but then of a twisted
fellow Inmate Ricks. He out of the put fatal attraction and he
Tony was get relationship.
Waldo-U.S. 301 57.000sq.ft.. with 300 ft. also charged with possession of con Kirtsey said he was propositioned down. had to fight that day to protect both
frontage on U.S. 301 2 I traband a and for- Ricks his manhood and his life.
; Buildings. 52500. weapon battery unsuccessfully by who Assistant State Attorney Jay Welch said he
striking a librarian who tried to stop became angry and pulled a knife on Welch said Kirtsey went to the will seek an additional
- - - -- B -the fight. him in the library.During the follow library fully Intending to kill Ricks who 30-year should J prison be term for Kirt-
Jurors found Kirtsey guilty of the ing scuffle, the two inmates fell and that if Rick had-really had a sey habitual offender. sentenced as a

MELROSE LARGE LOT IN BUSINESS AREA.

Has 150 ft. frontage on SR 26. $40,000 I News Briefs


C. B. ISAAC REALTY Hampton Man Charged arrested for beating his wife alter disorderly Intoxication Jan. 23 according with his fists when he arrived at
I With Beating WifeA witnesses called for help. to Chief John Hodges. CR-18 and CR-221. Newman con-
475-2199 Timothy Bruce Newman was Hodges said Newman was on top of tinued to shout and kick after being :
.. 31-year-old Hampton man was charged with spouse abuse and his wife holding her and beating her handcuffed and placed in the patrolcar
said Hodges.
Bond was set at $1,000. Newman
was released on his own
recognizance at his first ap-
WbrnDLVfir pearance.Deputy.

\ Winn-Dixie Hope,LodgeI Recent Jason Arrests Bennett assisted. _

I .r stthiUnlvtnltyol Florid,dlnenllle,Florida
TM In Bradford CountyThe

following arrests were made
by local authorities in Bradford
.
-
County.
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.. -.'" '.- .. -.... John Russell Raulerson. 23, was
: ...--- -"- --'.' .. arrested Jan. 28 on a capias for
--- ..:! violation of probation according to
?'; Deputy Ron Roberts. Raulerson was
sentenced to 30 months in the
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: Department of Corrections concur-
Winn-Dixie Hope Lodge providing free short-term rent with present sentence.
STARKE housing to patients while they undergo treatment for
470 WEST MADIUON.TREET cancer,is a Caring Project of the People of Winn-Dixie. Michael Douglas Crawford. 19.
was arrested Jan. 26 on an order of :
arrest failure to produce license,
according to Deputy Gene Lee.

James Allen Norman, 29, was arrested
National Brands AI Jan. 25 for disorderly intoxication
resisting/ officer with
violence, according to Deputy
Roberts. Norman was released on
his own recognizance.

Lauren f. Mattox, 33, was ar
LI c rested Jan. 25 on a capias for
? iLI resisting with violence and escape,
) according to Deputy Roman
I-' Alvarez.Mattox,who is In custody of
the county jail, was additionally
_____J charged by the state attorney. Bond
was set at 1500.
J I
'L Johnny Lee Alexander, 23, of
Union was arrested Jan. 23 for
possession of drug paraphernalia,
according to Patrolman Jerry
Fcltner Bond was set at $1,000, he

NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY was recognizance.Harold released Ray Foster on, 38 his, was own arrested

Jan. 23 for domestic violence


Stock-Up With, Your Del Monte Favorites At Everyday Low Prices ing Short.Patrolmen(spouse Dorothy Foster abuse W.is Patrel S.charged),Allen according Bennett and with,Mack strik-who to


was unable to leave due to being in a
wheel chair with broken
two ankles.
,.
17.DEt.. MD@Iif.rCUT rs .,, __ Willie Lee Thomas was arrestedJan.
r1uf.1Z1l. aD 23 for retail theft,-according-to-
B
t 1llontt I 1:+ ';j ; ,,6>f.. o:; QtonttouAUt. Patrolman AIIen..ThomaII..ehara. ,
1__. DEL MONTE FRENCH STYLED 17_. DEL tItoNTte''' 14. ed wltlrytfrklttg! ,tw4i' rt.,jofCopenhagenMd -? T:> II
two
GREEN BEANS D FRUIT COCKTAIL Winn Goody Dixie.powders without package paying from'of
,
_
17-oz.DEL MONTE CREAMSTYLE or WHOLE KERNEL 1__. DEL MONTE

o CORN D BARTLET7 PEARS Albert Edward Smith was ar-
rested Jan. 28 for retail theft. Bond
17-OZ. DEL MONTE 1__. DEL MONTE was set at $500. he was released on

y, Q o PEAS D SLICED PEACHES his Traffic own recognizance.:


Roger Mitzel, 29, was arrestedJan.
t YOUR CHOICE *> MIX N' MATCH v NO LIMITS elude. ,23 according for fleeing to Marshal attempting Tommy to

Raulerson. Bond was set at$292.50.

Robert Donald Lyons 25, was arrested
"' DAY Jan. 25 for no valid driver's
EVERY DAY EVERY license, according to Deputy
tCE
i VOW PR ICE i W l'I' pR Alvarez. Bond was set at $120.25, he
was released on his own
9LII recognizance.

PEPSI a a Raymond Henry Williams,40,was
1 I I i ir arrested Jan.24 for driving under Influence -
(DUI, possession of a con-
cealed possession of con
i weapon
I a
I. I __ I trolled substance cannabis, according
to Patrolman Gerald Hayes.
Bond was set at $2,000, he was
released on his own recognizance.

BBQ RIBS or ; 0fhNXS i I XREMO COOKIES Jeremy Scott Peres, 20, was arrested
MCUUOES: BBQ CHICKEN it I Jan. 26 for driving while
t SUB Of SBO PORK RIBS ncc g c I license suspended (DWLS), accor-
or IBM CHICKENS ding to Patrolman Hayes. He was
.LH POTATO sALAD $ ____ released after a $215.25 surety bond
IB.SLAWLOAP
was posted.
OF FRENCH BREAD
SERVES O9D4r4E _
r
EA. : Robert Earl Terrell, 20, was ar-
rested Jan. 25 for failure to appear
(for fleeing attempt to elude, wilful-
wanton reckless driving DWLS, ex-
BAKED or HONEY IV.RYDAY LOW..ICICURED pired tag according to Deputy

HAM F4dA, REGULAR, LITE or AUTO DISH SPECIAL ROAST AD Alvarez. He was released after a
p I GENUINE DRAFT 500 OFF FLAKE or PERC FLAKE $481 surety bond was posted.

MILLER 1 CASCADE FOLGERSCOFFEE Harry McDougal,28,was arrestedJan.
26 for violation of probation
$229 BEER 5.-
DETERGENT
-' HALF :.... n. = 18 failure to pay fine for DWLS, accor-
LB. U';." ding to Deputy Alvarez. McDougal
I rI may purge by paying $420 in fines,
I 120PKS518 $227 $138SALTINES. he was released on hisown '

I Ii 11 recognizance.
I
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.- Francis Lee Oglesby of Keystone
yir'" E REGULAR Of UNSCENTED'1.OO OFF Heights was arrested Jan. 27 for
{ 2 KiNo b TIDE LIQUID FOLGERS INSTANT DUI, according Chief John
2 IS$100 $354 $299 Hodges.Oglesbys blood alcohol con-
CHsE2RRYgPIgE DETERGENT . "STS COFFEE . . VJ tent was .13 percent. He was released -
after a surety bond was posted.
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DELI FRESHSANDWICHES $189 ASEPTIC 3 nl..neo-lMvo your prooorlpUon flllod whMo you T D

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I Blanding's Economic Impact. ,. I

from...e 1 B ,
"-" ...

ears. U .a new World War II Increase again In 1990": 362 state The Florida National Guard is a In the Guard, the state's governorhas edt highly motIvated) well equip- Prior to its conversion to an Infantry
Memorial Museum, a special foun- employees and 162 federal vital of the nation's defense,but
dation part as his disposal a formidable ped with the latest equipment. On Replacement Training Center in
spearheaded by Keystone employees are stationed at Camp it is also a vital part of the communi- force of over 13,500 men and womento many occasions they have assisted late 1943,dozens and dozens of complete
Height! resident and National Blanding.. .Moat make. their homes lathe ty.There are 130 guard units located call into service or to respond to local law enforcement agencies in Army units trained at Blan-'
,Guard MaJ. Rodney Hall which Is ..... in 58 counties throughout the state. any emergency.They are well train- their efforts combatting illegal ding. Included were artillery, both ,
making fast progress on renovation Florida Is one of the few states not drugs In this area. Helicopter crews field and anti-aircraft, engineer,
of>> a WW II vintage building near the on the'hit llaf for military base clos i4.. from Guard squadrons have assistedIn quartermaster and other specialist'
lhaJn entrance on SR 16 which Will which were recently
fields infantry regiments\
announce spotting marijuana troops many
by
serve as a museum for WWII artifacts Secretary of Defense throughout the state. and nine entire infantry divisions:
.and other memoribilia of the Dick Cheney.Instead,with the state Camp Blanding was a major U.S. The 1st, 29th 30th 31st. 36th; 43rd,
period.The on the front line in the 'War onDnzp' Army training facility during World 63rd, 66th and 79th infantry divisions -
number of guardsmen permanently the ) here War II.While. .
stationed at the facility will actually grow year-Camp For most of 1944 and 1945,a large
grew to 620: In 1969 and Is projected to Blending Included it was originally establishedas percentage of these men who trained 1

./i"b "" '__ AI'7'-'J a state military training camp for at Camp Blanding were sent to
the Florida National Guard. replenish the ranks America's com-
: However, following the mobilizationof bat troops overseas in both theatres 1
f OUTDOOR GOSPEL G1/1 i the of the Florida Guard in 1940 of war. The camp was also site to a i
LJrtirO especially with the rapid expansionof large hospital for returning war
"T "= =.l --- manpower in the months follow- veterans and two German prisonerof
; \! ing the Japanese attack on Pearl war facilities.Following the war, I
Harbor, the role of Camp Blandingwas Camp Blanding reverted to its
I BRING YOUR OWN 'LAWN,, CHAIR expanded into a multi-purpose original role as principal state train- I,
II training facility for various of for of the Florida National :
units
: =; --f=T=-.-: '=s= types Ing camp -
,, 4LL. military units throughout the Army. Guard. IJ J I
0 When: Sat, Feb.3

.. f Where: Lamp of Jesus MinistriesE100onSE24th&llthStForsytheRd. L r ., 1 s '
Retired Teachers
T ? ( .) h )! B-U
1st dirt road on right past"Old Glory" \ II

Time: 7-9 p.m._ ..plea' .* yA come I Hold Meeting in UnionAt

0 GUEST SINGERS: -
'Snacks & The Loop Restaurant in Lake subsidy from Federal Income Tax,
\' Maureen Paul support for changing Health Care
The Solid Rock Cokes for Sale
Singers I o; 1 welcome members and guests to Cost Containment Board into a full
on Grounds... the January 18 meeting of Bradford- time board with additional authori-
ra Ripple Effects Pay Checks... Union Retired Educators Associa
Staff Sgi.Clorla C.Woolen In charge of Unit Supply at the new part ty.Mrs.. Blanche Howard gave an In-
annex operated by the National Guard and constructed on Edward. Road In tion.Mrs.. Eunice Searing, Legislative spiring devotional in the form of an
Starke. Co-Chairman, introduced Mr. acrostic using the letters W AT C H.
The annex,built In 1988,.to Just one example of the benefit accrued by the Dwight Hunter of Gainesville who is As she made comments and read ap-
the member of FREA State propriate scriptures she emphasized -
the Guard' here.ThThmThThThmmm.
Jessie LoungeU.S. due to
community presence
Legislative Committee for DistrictIV. the importance of watching your
He reviewed the legislative progress words, actions thoughts. companions
1
made since 1970 when the and habits.
Starke -
301 e
Florida Retirement System was During the business session,Infor
t* created. He reported that the 3% mation was given regarding the
Purple Gator Western Wear k* cost of living adjustment was In- workshop to be Held in Ocala on
Live Band oi itiated, survivors benefits were increased March 8.Luncheon.
Hwy 301 S. Starke 964-4809 re-employment limitationswere was enjoyed at noon in
changed, Hospital Cost Con- the private dining room.
Next to Gator II Farm SupplyWoman's vv tainment Board was rescued and Mr. Hunter was accompanied by
Friday & Saturday.Nights wife Joanne, who in official
;. Blouses given more power, his an
/' The "Fay Kirtland Act" provideda capacity has visited this organization -
30-40% Off health insurance subsidy for most many times.Executive .
: Steve Crew's"WANTED Q pv state retirees. Mr. Hunter mentioned Board meeting will be
[Men's Long Sleeve some legislation to be supportedby held February 15, at 11 a.m. in the
FREA add to health insurance Bradford Family Restaurant,.
Shirts 25-35% Off subsidy work toward exempting Starke.

ALIVE"1Tb1 r L Felt Hats 25% Off pt*


........... ,., > Rails/Trails Begins HereThe I
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> 'f.!'\!" -T ', w'';''''',."#',...; t Western Dresses For Spring Are Now Inr v
,( '" pj/, WcjOpen i>
(no esi. :.L' : Rift. : S Lay-A-Ways Open: Department of Natural parallels U.S. 27 throughout its en-
Welcome (VISA J) (_) Mon.-Sat.9-6 Resources Rails to Trails Program, tire length.
a program which Includes the ac- The DNR also announced the recent
6 Days A Week quisition and development of aban- purchase of two abandoned
doned railroad corridors for recreational railroad corridors totaling 61 miles
trails, has announced a new from CSX Transportation Inc. for
project along the Santa Fe $2.8 million The Gainesville-,
the Branford line in Rlverd Hawthorne abandonment in Aliichua

",Suwannee,.counties.The....corridor_ County miles long and
,which contains 242 acres and has an ii
.. c.
fD t
t .....estlma...... ed'rlue': of_. -'H't.236"I__'_._.......
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State Preserve Prairie Creek and
--- the Department of Transportation's
The r Healing Waters Bicycle Route. The
Gulf Junction-Trilby abandonment,
In Citrus Hernando Pasco coun-'
ties Is 47 miles long and'contains 563
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of Lake Butler, died Friday,Jan. 26,
of
Martha L. Boehnlein Church of Melrose and was'a retired of Shreveport;Louisiana; one sister, will be held at 2p.m. In DeWitt C. Marilyn Crosier Albert Keystone G. in the Stands Teaching Hospital,
Heights one son
salesman in the banking industry. Mrs Shirley Davis of Fort Myers, Jones Chapel of Starke, on Thurs- ;
Gainesville,following a brief illness
Mrs. ;Martha L. Boehnlein, 74, of. Lichtenberger of .Lawtey;; twobrothers
Survivors include his wife,Joan A. and two grandchildren. day,Feb. 1, with Rev. Gene Bass officiating
,of hi
Born In Hawaii flying ,most '
Melrose died Harold Brockman of ?
Saturday, Jan. 27, in Ware of Keystone Heights; two sons Funeral services for Mr. Stone Burial will be in Crosby
Orlando until to Lake
In moving
Indiana and Alvin Paul life ,
Alachua General
Greensburg
Hospital, Chip Ware of Keystone and ScotWare were held at 11 a.m. at graveside, Lake Cemetery under the directionof
Gainesville, following a short il- of Pompano Beach and two Crosby Lake Cemetery, Monday, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Brockman of Atlanta, Ga.; three, Butler he graduated from MagnoliaSpecial
School in Orlando
lness. Born in Troy, Ohio, Mrs. grandchildren. Jan. 29, with Rev. DeWight Mc sisters, Phil Cravens and Blanche Education
Boehnlein moved to Melrose in 1984 Funeral services for Mr. Ware Queen officiating. Jones Funeral Evelyn A. Furgerson, both of Connersville, In- in 1978 and was a member. of the
from Hialeah, Fla.. She diana and Jean Friese of Baltimore .
was a
Home of Starke was in charge of ar
were held at 3 I'.m. in DeWitt C. Survivors
member of St.John Catholic Churchof Jones rangements. LichtenbergerMrs. Maryland; five grandchildren endsix include his 1L mother,
Chapel, Keystone Heights on
Miami; was a member of A. 73, great grandchildren. Mrs.Rose Drigger McNabb of Lake
Saturday, Jan. 27,with Rev. Buddy Evelyn Lichtenberger
A.A.R.P. and was a homemaker. C. Friedlin officiating Burial will be David B. Rape of Keystone died Monday, Funeral Mass for Mrs. Butler; one sister,Melanie McNabb
Survivors include one daughter, Bradford Lichtenberger will be held at 10 a.m. Davis of Raiford; one. brother-
at a later date. Jones Funeral Homeof Jan. 29, in Hospital,
Funeral services for David
Mr.
Dorothy Knight and one son,JosephP. Saturday Feb. 3 in St., William Michael L. McNabb of Lake Mary
of sudden attack at
Keystone Heights was in charge Starke, following a
and Baxter Rape,78,of Monroe, formerly and several nieces .nd,
Boehnlein, both of Melrose; arrangements. her home. Born in Batesville, In- Catholic Church, Keystone Heights; Fla. t
of Melrose, died January 23, in
three grandchildren. with Fr. Tom Gordon officiating. ,nephews.
diana, Mrs. Lichtenberger moved to .
Funeral services for Mrs. Elwell M. RobinsonMr. Union Memorial Hospital Monroe, Heights from Jackson- Burial will be in Keystone Heights. Funeral services were held Monday -,
Boehnlein were held at graveside in will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday ville.Keystone She was a member of St. Cemetery under the direction of. :Jan. 29, at 2 p.m. in the Chaperof
Our Lady of Mercy Cemetery, Elwell M. Robinson, 91, of January 25 In McEwen Colonial Catholic Church of Jones Funeral Home. ,of Keystone., Atcher Funeral Home of;Lake
Miami Springs, Tuesday, Jan.: 30 Melrose, died Tuesday, Jan. 23, in Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Neal William and a ,Butler with the Rev.Terry Cranford
Heights was
Keystone
Miami Alachua Nursing Center Shaw. Heights.Tracy Burial in Dekl
with a Catholic priest from D. McNabbMr. officiating. was
Gainesville, following an extendedIllness. Burial will be in Lakeland homemaker. of
Conducting services. Local arrangements Cemetery under the direction Archer
were under the direc- Born in Melrose Mr. Robin- Memorial Park. Survivors include one daughter, Tracy Driggers McNabb., 31, ,. Funeral Home of Lake Butler 1.
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tion of Jones Funeral Home of son was a lifetime resident of the Born in Union County, son of the -..
Keystone Heights. area. He was a member of Eliam late George Vernon and Lula Baker &3Q&Q& &y
Baptist Church and was the retired Rape, Mr. Rape proceeded in death
Eloise II. LoudonMrs. owner/operator of Robinson by his wife,Mrs. Polly Bowles Rape,
Grocery Store, Melrose. two brothers, Cleg Rape and John /
Eloise Harriet Loudon,66, of Survivors include two daughters, Rape, one sister, Lois Rape.
Starke, died Saturday Jan. 27, in Martha Sue Dunk of San Diego, Survivors 4.: Include two brothers, fashions I
Bradford Hospital following a long Calif. and Reda LaNinfa of Orlando; James Argrove Rape, George Dolan I Joan
illness. Born in Marion, Alabama, one sister, Reda Robinson of Rape both of Monroe; four sisters, V
Mrs. Loudon moved to ;Starke over Melrose; six grandchildren and Mrs. Bobbie Rape Walters of Fayetteville *',
35 years ago from Keystone Heights.She three great grandchildren. Mrs. Emmie Rape Mangum, .
was a member of First United fo'uneralservlces for Mr. Robinsonwere Mrs. Mary Rape Mangum Mrs. Ti
Methodist Church; and was the held at 11 a.m. in Eliam Bap- Dezzie Rape Parker, all of Monroe. is having their s slam
retired owner/beautician of tist Church on Saturday, Jan. 27, : :.4
Loudon's Beauty Shop. with Rev. Jimmy Coyle and Rev. Harry Kenneth DavisMr. i t'r -
Survivors include her husband, Alfred Vaught officiating. Burial .
Arthur G.Loudon,Jr.of Starke; two 'was in Eliam Cemetery at Melrose Harry Kenneth Davis, 83, of
daughters, Patricia Barnhart of under the direction of Jones Funeral Starke, died Monday, Jan. 29, in .' ,, aCC & .Winter:t i
Lavonia, Ga. and Harriet Parker ofAtlanta. Home of Keystone Heights. Bradford Hospital, following a long : .
Ga.: one sister, VirginiaRichardson illness. Born in Walnut, North ,r ."1rrx af4v+J' +tYt.. e .M- 'aKu i a.GtcJra1ice
of Marion,Alabama and Roy W. Stone, Jr. Carolina,Mr.Davis moved to Starke

eight grandchildren.In Mr. Roy W. Stone, Jr., 55, of from Jacksonville and was a ; SaCe }
Lieu of flowers, contributionsmay member of the protestant faith. He
Kingsley Lake,died Friday,Jan. 26, electrical
be made to the First United was a retired supervisor
Methodist Church Parsonage Fund, at work near Olustee of an apparent with E.I DuPont Co., and was a "
heart attack. Born in Fairfax, m.He
200 Walnut Street, Starke, FL 32091 Missouri, Mr. Stone moved to member of Bradford Lodge No. 35 td way for Spring ;
Memorial services for Mrs. Kingsley Lake from Jacksonville in F&AM.
Loudon were held at 11 a.m. in 1985.He was a member of the protes- Survivors include his wife, Lillian ja .
DeWitt C.Jones Chapel on Tuesday, tant faith; was an Eductional Howard Davis Starke; two
Jan. 30, with Rev. DeWight Mc Counselor with the Dept of Corrections daughters, Harold K and RandallW.
Queen officiating. Burial will be at a at the Baker Correctional Institution Davis, both of Starke; one stepdaughter 2 5 0 Ic ..1.1PLVs'4pDIrO
later date. Jones Funeral Home of near Olustee; was also a ,Jeannie McKinney,also of crv to Off
Starke in charge of arrangements.S. member of the Gainesville Elks Starke; five grandchildren and one T .. ,. "
Club; had retired earlier in life from great grandchildren. '
Bland Ware, Jr. the U.S. Navy,where he had servedin Funeral services for Mr. Davis 1 REDUCTIONS

Mr. S. Bland Ware, Jr., 63, of the Vietnam conflict. } _
Keystone Heights, died Thursday, Survivors include his wife,Shirley .. I
Jan. 25, at his home following a Ann Shaw Stone of Kingsley Lake; LIFE&: PRAISE MINISTRIES .. ", .
lengthy illness. Born in Ocala, Mr. one daughter, Mrs. Patti Smith of r P. t OfflceDmr*938STARKE I
Jacksonville one son,Steve Stone of I, ,Ft 31091 }:
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from Jacksonville. He was a Jacksonville; two stepsons, Rick PASTOR EDWARD L VAN CAMP Joan'sffiasfnorisThe _i ,
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for the Mart Cart by asking customer errloe. few and far between, rural Chris- country roads. They cleared and open house Feb. 3 which will allow
tians held worship services inSuburban area, built an arbor, or shelter, and customers to come in and see what
_. lit fires for warmth and light from the shop has to offer as well as meet"
the brush that was left.These brush Lamon Willis who will teach guitar
arbors served as havens for song, lessons at the new shop beginningthe
prayer and worship for many, and first week of February.
those who remember the meetings Royce and Cynthia Adams recently
refer fondly to those times as Brush moved to this area from St.
Arbor Times. Augustine with their five children.Mr. .
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g4i Jerry E.Jowers. sales manager Community College and hr",
i for Life Insurance Company of also attended the University of I ,
Georgia In Gainesville has Florida. Florida State Universityand
earned a fellowship diploma Lake City Community Cob
from the Life Underwriter lege.
Training Council, a leading In-
surance educational organization He Is a member of the
Gainesville Life Underwriters
Association, where he recently
To earn the diploma and Fellowof served as legislative chairmanand
the Life Underwriter! Training on the board of directors.
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Council designation. Mr.Jowers He is also a member of the
had to complete more than two Florida Association of Life Underwriters
years of study In life Insurance Ellam Baptist
subjects.He Church.Sierra Club.Wilderness
Society World Wildlife. Green
joined the company In 1986as peace the Nature Conservancyand
7 7w" an agent In his present office the Sons of the American
where he was promoted to sales Revolution.Mr. .
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Bruce Pollock, M.D.. D 11)) We Wash Your Windshield

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General. Pediatric and 4 Protection$2O95- D 13)) We Inflate Your Tires to the

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AV-MED. Medicare. PPC. "- D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter .

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correctional officer at the Brad "Shaver had apparently lit a ,nlnUtration by Inmate-'Slaver time the officer was relieved of his o o FIELD REPAIRS
ford County Jail has been relieved of cigarette in the back of the wooden The investigation) revealed that duties.
his duties following a complaint filed Jail annex, where smoking is 11 inhibited. i he inmate had done nothing to provoke AUSTIN FENCE CO.
by an inmate. VW "Traylor munded he the use of physical fare by the Sheriff Etheridge expressed con-
Mark Steven Traylor was terminated put the cigarette out!blui vui ciu-..J .Directional officer.The JaIl staff offered cern over Uiu incident.''Just as you HIGHWAY 100
Monday for the assault of and allegedly( was slapped around a Immediate medical; attentionbut are trying to improve things 112 MILE WEST OF MILLER'S SHOPPING CENTERALL
county ShaverJr.jail., inmate according Larry to- Sheriff Melton little bit?said E'">ri
Kenneth Etheridge.The incident occurred Deputy Anderson Holland was Inmate Shaver received bruises as was an Isolated incident and while
Jan. 23 after CO Traylor directed by the sheriff to investigatethe a result of the altercation, said other Inmates claim FEATURING! THE FENCE EXPERTS
found the inmate smoking in bed in incident after receiving a written Etheridge. The internal investigation beaten, there b.1iteen: they no other were PAUL GEORGE MANNING
Violation of tllil( rt'IIJIAtlnn comp-.I 'he Uil ud- was completed Jan.29 at which clam faints flied. OWNER &CALVIN JARVIS


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Stabbing Victim ding while sky diving at 4:30: p.m. at HELP WANTED
Taken to BradfordA the Keystone Heights Airport. / '

25-year-old man was taken to Two Charged Part time cook at Bradford
Bradford Hospital with stab wounds With
Jan. 27.Carlos. FightingTwo Baby ShoeBRONZING County Jail. Experience.required.
Nunez of 309 Center St.suf. Hampton men were arrestedJan.
fered wounds to the left leg, left .25 after they beat up each other SALE! Sheriffs
check and a laceration to the back of using a knife and a concrete block. Apply in person at
his head, according to ParamedicsDan Ricky Wayne Hawkins, 31, was
Cuddington and Nelson Green. charged with aggravated battery office. Bradford County
No arrests were made in the stab. and Monte Danell Moore, 25, was 250/0 OFFDURING
bing. The investigation is continu charged with aggravated assault, Courthouse Starke.
according to Chief John Hodges. .
ing.Car While standing in front of the Handy
Fire Sets Way store on CR-18 in Hampton, FEBRUARY
House On FireA Hodges said he heard a loud boom ONLY
from behind the store and people
car fire near a dwelling on SR-18 arguing. After calling for backup, Styli.31 Unmounted '
west of US-301 apparently ignitedthe Hodges drove around the store to Shot Bright!Btonn F H NC'fc
eaves of the house Jan. 29. shine lights on the subjects fighting. A o S14hrrJIC
The late afternoon fire was promptly Hodges said he instructed two men r '
extinguished by Hampton at the scene to help him break up .: Rap$19.95 SJOJP
Volunteer Fire Department Hawkins and Moore but they kept : .
firefighters. breaking away and punching and .,.
kicking each other,including throw 'Irv.;: ;>oo.; .
ing concrete blocks., Hawkins had '_
Ocala Man InjuredIn apparently cut Moore but Moore
Sky Diving MishapA said Hawkins had hit him first.Aftera Now N::= ,, Cool, Comfortable
trip to the hospital, the two men to Sara on bronzing c l ?R j
42-year-old Ocala man was were taken to Jai .
*pradoua tfwM.With Versatile. On Sale!
taken Bradford
by Rescue to The boom apparently came from a =
adoraMa cuff and
Hospital Jan. 28 suffering a possible bystander firing a goose gun. craaaapr to $46
**rvad In solid metal. Reg. .
fracture to his left lower leg,accor- Hawkins' bond was set at $5,000.
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tartly to crMrtah through the yaara.
and Rusty Barrett. men were released at their first ap- .
Joe Callahan was injured on lan- pearance.ffloflJ. 24.

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Lu Fine Arts .... Scarf
Gallery
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470 S. Lawrence Blvd. l I : e { Reg., $12 I
Shoe of HI Kind can be bronzed.
Keystone Heights, Florida L Ballet Slipper,Cowboy Boots.,,or $1 5ShIYCDress I
Phone 473-7614.473-027$ that Old All but at up SALE pair PRICES of Tennis! Shoes. =---T mac caiC NOW .

Operating hours 10 am.til 5 p.m.Thurg.,Fri.,&Sat.
M atytee hi Bright Irani. *. .
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Antique Bronze."Pewter $ilver
BoM and Parc.I.I its....at SALE NIICES-25%OFFI -- -,, .-SAt 10-8
Featuring artists from Florida, Mississippi, MADE IN THE USA 452 N.TEMPLE AVE.
Tennessee, and Arkansas. Originals In Oils, SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28 964-5772

Watercolors, and Stained Class, plus limited CHASTAIN'S JEWELRY ,OJ''',

editions and artist proofs. 104 W. Call St._ Starke ,MASTERCARD. l.... .. (lm'VISA.
Toni invites all to come view and enjoy the world of LAYAWAY v \ -

fine arts at affordable prices. Artists wishing to -,.,- ..- ,,- ..

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF OUT OF AREA
BRADFORD SATURDAY FEB. 3: 8 am HI 4 p.m. SPECIAL:
COUNTY FLORIDA I. selling one Comer Butler Road and Alton Rd. DYNAMIC CORNER HWY 101 and HWY 16.
Nautilus Hip and Back Machine and 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD Books, clothes, and mlso. Items. 20 ACRES IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE: 50 Heaviest traffic In county. 175 Ft. on 301 and 137.34 Ft. on Hwy. 16.
one Nautilus Pullover Torso Machine. doublewide,with all the extras.$19.000 7SATURDAV miles South of Nashvilld, Mjlla. val Call for Details. .

Bids win be opened Tuesday Febru- balance and$1000 down.Assume the ONLY. FEB. 3: US 301 leys creeks. $6951per'8Of*: 10% .....WATERFRONT....
ary 6. 1990. 2:00: p.", at Operations nan. Will pay to have moved to your South next to Davis Express. Loads Down. Call after 7:00: p.m. ((61$)722- WANT A GETAWAY PLACE 1W on Sampson lake. 160' on road, 170'
Center,519 N.Orange Street Starke. lot Can 373-3423 after 4pm. or 964- of mlso.Items.Proceeds go AWANA 3812 or 7225607.J 10 d..P. $25,000
Florida. Contact J.E. Matt or David 9115 during the day. 4 Club TIME SHARE UNITS: Distress Sales GREAT WATERFRONT
Varsity Calvary Baptist Church.FRIDAY PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 297 on water and extending
Hurse at 964-6800 for FREE. Cheap)Cheap!Work/wk/eselections./
appointment to FREE FREE Credit Check and 7
to 100. 7.17
Hwy. acres, 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100 lots,
Inspect these Items and pick up bid Pro-approval on mobile home loans. & SATURDAY 390 N. Cherry Call Vacation Network today. 1-800- $65,000 each and on. 92.65' lot 48000.
form. 1 Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B Street 1976 Grand Prix. $395 826-7844 NATL 1- 00- 28.1847 In
; console FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 .... .
Homes, Lake City, FL' 4 TV stereo $100 .HOMES. .
etc. 964-3185
1990 DOUBLE WIDE: 24x44,3 BR 2 BA. 7THREE OLD HOME IN JASPER:Good condition. HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOMI wltha beautiful view of Lake Sampson.
Wood siding and shingle roof, plus Four bedrooms, two baths. Central Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA, Central H.ot pump carpeted. Insulated
1982 FORD CLT 9000: 3408 CAT.. 350 free delivery and set up.$14,995.Call 9-5. FAMILlESThursday'16 West Olln'i Trailer Park.HUGE Friday. heat,carport,porch,large lot.$40,000. window, skylights, mahogany *xt. door, sunken tub. ceiling fan,
$7,000.964-4908. good condition. 755-5114.Circle B Homes Lake City 7 Mike Selph, Rt 1 Box 190, Jennings 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 s.f. wrap around porch must see to appreciate.
2 FL 4 YARD SALE Fri. a Sat. 2nd 4 3rd. FL 32053. ((904)) 938-2192 Own.financing too quallfed buyer.. 105000.
82 FORD EXP: Needs motor. $250. Call BANK REPOS: 1935's and up. Double- 93. 5 miles west on Rd. 16. Household 10OCALA GRAHAM 1325 s.f. 3 BR/1 1/2 BA Living room dining a kitchen combo. 10
473-4239;after 4 p.m.,call 4734295. wide. $1.000 Dn. Pmt Singlewlde, and clothes. Priced sell. Rainor NATIONAL FOREST: wooded yrs. old. CH/A. 2 Ac. $69,500
2 $500 dn. pmt Everyone can buy bad shine. 7 lots river accent. $5450 each. No PRESTIGIOUS HOMI In the city of Stark 4 BR, 3 BA fireplace, wood floors
1985 DODGE RAM 60 PICKUP with credit or no credit. Call 755-5114. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Saturday. 8 money down.$65,41 month. Owner.I- many extras 609 W.Call Street. $125.000

topper. Low mileage good condition. Circle B Homes Lake City. FL am til ??. Sunday 1pm HI 77 US 301 236-4579 10WOLFF or 1 1-622-2438 TFN COUNTRY CLUB AREAS, 3 BR. 21/2 BA. Brick home, fireplace. pool hot tub. Immaculate
964-6758. 4
2 South of Lawtey across from Homeof .. cond. $125,000
'83 DATSUN 280Z: T-top lone owner. 4 BR's BIG 1990 28x70 with plywood the Doublewide Center. I' H :' -: CHEAPER THAN RENT Immaculate, furnl.hed 3 bedroom. 1'A1 bath mobile

extra clean. Call 468-2324 or 964- floors wood siring, shingle roof', plus IN LAWTEY: 1 1/4 ml west of US 301 on BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES home, w/separale recreational room equipped with stove S frig separate
7934 after 4 p.m. 2 free delivery and set-up$290 per mo. CR 125. Friday 0. Saturday, Feb. 2/3. .1 : :, garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Grlffls Loop. $ 19600.
1988 PB CHEW SPORTSIDE: AT, AC PS Call 755-5114 Circle B Homes, Lake 8 Ill 7? Six families. 7 DUPLEX: 630.632 W, Francis St., Each side 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen, LII, Utll!
Sport Wheels, MUST SELLS! FL 412X65 BIG YARD SALE: East on SR 16, 16 a TANNING BEDS: Commercial, Rm., w/carportonon..nd. $ 43,000.
$9500 OBO. 964-9243 or 782- MOBILE HOME: Unfurnished, 2 Walnut St Friday and Saturday. 104.LAND home units from 19900. Lamps, NE 26th Ave. 2 IR/I BA New Roof $ 26.000

3660.TFN 2COMMERCIAL BR. Call and make offer. 964-5540. lotions, accessories. Monthly pay HWY. 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR, 2 ba, CHSA 1339 s.f.. 1.7 acres. $ 40.000
4
ments lowas$18.Call today,FREE NW 65th AVE.i bedroom 1 bath,,S ocr.. Home has new 20 yr. roof freshly
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PROPERTY MOBILE HOME: With one acre of color catalog. 1-800-226-6292.
painted inside Owner .ay., 'Make an Offer)
land South 301 off Road 227. Call
964-9669. 20TAMPA GREAT LOCATION.-GREAT PRICE) 4 bedroom. 2 bath with a large family room
4 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 Acres
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MANUFACTURER of poolspaelectronic located
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 1989 MOBILE HOME: 14x60 skirted with In the city. $ 59300.
:Adjacent to ; Forsyth Road, Starke. $13,500 Total. dealersto
ion adding
Courthouse. 925 N. adult system 313 WALNUT STREET Good rental proprty-3 horn.:
Temple Avenue.$350Mo.Call9647347dayaor964. quiet private lot In Starke,walk- 1-407-464-6827. 9 market alternative tochlorine.Train-
( ) Ing distance to stores. Used 6 mos.City CITY BUILDING LOTS NO. 1 & 2: PinehurstSubdlvlslon$12,900forboth.- Ing, financing warranty protected 3053 Total Sq.Ft.. 2 story porch. ;
4534 eves. 3 BR 1080 Total Sq.Ft.?
( ) water 2 1 1/2 BA. CH/A. .
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR Completely furnished ready to moveIn. 371-1128 evenings. 964-9533. territory 2962/Frances on-going support. 1 20- OO-525- .240 Total Sq.Ft. Call for viewing on these! S 89,000

RENT: Up to 1600 sq. ft Will remodel .Carport.3-decks, 2 with roofovers, 9LAKE STATE DISTRIBUTOR Long.WANTED:14year ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 ba, concrete block, window treatment,
to suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy tool shed,eta Must see to appreciate. PROPERTY ON N. SIDE dist.high 113 ceiling fan, CHSA stove, refrlg DW garage wood floori.-Anderien windows .
301 next to LI) Skeeters a Insurance 964-5341. 4 SAMPSON LAKE-.Contact Mr.Hunter. oldcompany volume with excellent seeking strong Selecting carpet rose garden Ig. patio area, brick BBQ grill smoker and Lazy '
World. 1- ()()..771.7283. TFN GARAGE SALE: 780 Glendale Street' 100'x30ff. 485-1663 (Graham). Ed- now. 25,000 in working repeat capital Susan table, hothouse, tool shed separate pumphouse, beautifully land-

3FOR Fri. A Sat, 83. Maternity mans ladles wards Plat 9 required. Aftermarket,Ron Ruth, lCap.d.I .
SALE OR RENT.Warehouse/offioa: ,baby items,motorcycle miss IN CITY OF LAWTEY: Lot'for sale on SR 2143514801. 20 11 I HWY 301 SOUTH Frame, 3 BR 2 BA CH/A. 1539 sf. 1.7 Ac. $40.000
o space: 3000-6000 sq It. located at THURS.. FRI. A SAT: Household Items, 225. Contact Mr. Hunter. Graham, N.W. 4STH AYE BR 1 BA. 5 Acre*. Home has 20 yr. roof freshly painted in-
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine tools and clothing what-nots. On 4851663. 9 .. Owner says 'Make An Offer!
Industries. Contact Diane Ely. 964- double bridges on SR 230.'BOATS 2 ACRE LOTS '31 a #32: Well septic, its HOMES FOR SALE BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS JV4 ...na.402 St. Clalr St. .86 of an acre, foyer

5294 TFN 3 I power polo.$0 Down Will finance. 12 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES: Comfort- LR, DR, kitchen wrefrig, range dishwasher fan/hood; den, laundry room
FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office : min. from Starke. 964-8080 or 485- able 2 BR 1 BA home. On three lots. and an office, CHSA enclosed carport ((2 cars), utility shop spacious back
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space: 3000-6000 ft, located at "
sq 2834.9 yard with security lights. $71,000
((1.25 ac.) Lots of trees, lake access
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS AND LOT FOR SALE: By Owner. Route 16, privileges. Only $34OOOICall Trevorat BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, I bo CB wood floor*. 1185 l.f., 3 acres $ 60,000
Industries. Contact. Diane Ely. 964- Green Acres. 964-2142. 9 Century 21 Showcase BROOKERi brick and from, Shady Oak S/D. extra lot. $ 44,000
Properties,
TROLUNG MOTORS: 1989 & 1990
5294 TFN' 3 models. Below most dealers Invoice. 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. Broker. 473-4903. 16 HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR 2 BA CH/A. screened patio w/BBQ grill
100% available. Marine Owner will finance, $$2000/acre Also 3 IA MH, 1 '/2110. 3 Ac.Exc. for small hone farm. $ 122.400
WANTED : financing '
964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN
Sales. Toll Free 1-800-544-2850.( 5 !FORRENltEFFICIENCY '; : LOTS ACREAGE
WANTED 500 GAL PTO DRIVEN Days, 8 am 5 pm CST 8 1 :'MISCELLANEOUSWOULD' : ; HWY 16. EAST 20 Ac with fish pond 2 well, palm tree, septic tank swimming
PECAN SPREADER.Call after p.m. VICTORIAN! 18:1979: ,3 sails;trailer;good ROOMS on US 301 Southof pool. Can be bought as on. parcel) or four 5-ocr tract
259-4714. 11 condition. Sails great, very attractive YOU LIKE YOUR CLASSIFIEDAD Starke Clean quiet heat S Air. No MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city. $ 10.000
, WANT TO BUY'"QUILTING FRAMES: boat $3500 or trade for pontoon Call TO REACH READERSALLOVER pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. WALDO. Four lots cltywat.r. well septic, 2 power poles $ 28,000
Can 964-3508 after,5 p.m.11 "* 964-3475 after 5 p.m. 8 FLORIDA? With the Florida Classified 13 536 CHERRY STREET 200'xlOO'
HWY 225i On. Acr. $ 5,000
Ad Network deliver
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to over 1000.000 people 2 BR UNFURNISHED home. $245/Mo, LOT 9,GOLFAIR ROADi Country Club Estates, Make offer. $ 8.700

I t rt -use I :! .. ,' "-JoI,rJl tar $.125 > ._%' $125 Deposit.Mo. min.Call relIl,13 964-8602/ / after_ 6 lAWTEY. Flv.acres, 105th Av*.Goodlnv..tmentl $ 15,000 j
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Can this newspapers 'classified department p.m. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROADS 20.t6 ..,3-.',.., 2. poles' S SO,000
2 BR HOME-.lN LAKU BUTLER: $173/1+ '
to place your ad today. "WINDING' TREE LAKE Lot 246, Flo. Frontier $ 5.000
Mo., with $100 Deposit 8 Mos. min.
18 rental. Call 964-8602 after 8 p.m. 6 AFTER HOURS

I : : Mos. min. rental. 13 I Anno Torwlllegar Brown . . . . . .473-7541
F.ORSAL.E: 3 BR,2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand I
new. 1011-8 W. Pratt St. $500/Mo. Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323

Askaboutleaa..purchaseoption.9648073.TFN Debra Connaughton . . . . . . 964.2833
20 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER. First class
condition. 964-5116. 19 13 Sandra Torwlllogar . . . . . . . ..533.22..2I





INSTANT, FINANCING REASONABLE. INTEREST I [L Check the Classifieds! ] :




Mobile Home Lots with or without septic & .


I EQUAL a REALTOR e well Building hookup Lot In Keystone FTB1?!? PRE-QUALIFYING!

HOUSINGSusan M. Faulkner ORI, CRB President 200 Acres In Bradford County ................. $1.500 Acre JlV For FIlA:; VA or Conventional i
2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone gjg Mortgages.

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. .5 Mobile Home Lots on 227....................$6.5OO Each ;
Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. Gainesville Mortgage Co. Inc. j

Located Hwy. 301:2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. 43 Acre Farm with 3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home in
Gainesville Purchase Refinance or Construction; i

*GARAGIs With .*vraMo7lghboy door, some qul.. priced to ill. Own.r 5 Acres on small lake ............................$3.000 Acre. Fixed Rate or Adjustable a
Iwlll do financing. 8-90' e 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake in Alachua Ph. 964-3739 =
1 *SALVAGI YARD POR SALIt Ask Irene for details. 690. County HAROLD K. DAVIS @ P. O. Box 568. Starke. FL

J *HWY Ml SOUTH* Commercial' property with large. versatile building and paved Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.000'1O Licensed Mortgage Located Longchamp Bldg.. p
parking lot. 209.89 Broker _, _.- US 301 South :
*LAWTIV.3! RtA on opprox. 3/4 ac. Only 28000. 207-89 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham...:$3.OOO Acre

*8 $/4 ACRES beautifully wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo. 1
14 ACRES MOSTLY CLEARED With I dug 'fish pond price reduced. 1-e

I VERY NICII. BR/2 1/2.BATHi, Brkk veneer on 1 acre. Many extra. Hwy 16 W.1'LAURA BRADFORD LAND &: CATTLE COMPANY

STREET+ SR/3 BAm reduced to 52000. Assumable mortgage by Ronald E. Newman- 964-6881 Accelerated Realty, inc. ,

1..89
quallfyer.
f *MADISON ".UT.lIeoutlfu'' colonial home, need TLC. opprox. 2 acre, also 2

I rental*HWY unlta.16 WIST 176-89: Bautlful wooded lot. over 1/2 acre. Build home or put mobll. i. LAVERN I H.i OUTLAW! 1964-4544


I Ihom ADIERWOODt.. only $4,200.133-89 Large horn.. now carpet and pantry. Nice lot, about 1 acre. 157.89 4 I ir: : IIwy. sot S. m i

*I ACRES ON PORSYTHI ROADS With DW 3 BR/2 BA, Owner will hold mortgage. iCLOTLAW
Starke FL
silling Call
211.89 fRrsay Thinking ol buying p ? '' usjl tow NISI5S ,
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I *I BR/1 IA PRAMI STUCCO MOMS IN CITYj Owner would consider holding more i
961.4522srAaxIL

I'"oYlAMTARTIR HOME On large lot. 2 BR. 11A. Out of city. CH/A. 124.89 You Full Service Real Estate Officer v/Homes s/Lot JAcreageWaterfront

I *FHAr VA 3 BR/1, 1/2 IA on half acr*. Com. on and stool thl.on. for$42.500. ./ arms >/Conunrclal

189-89 HAUTIPUI BUILDING. LOTS In Country Club area. From$9,300 to$12,000. '. t Dodg Pally K.x.tU.r', MR*
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*THREI SALVAGE YARD Hot 3 BR/1 IA Brick home, :3 Acr. with frontage onlj s

136.89S North 301 well and .."tle.
family room.
CH/A.large lot. laundry room
IR/1 T/2 BATH NEAR SCHOOLSi NEW BRICK, HOME 4BR/2BA CH/A Stove. r"rlg. and dishwasher 2240

I FHA or VA. 44A.850. 1.90 with fireplace In den. CHI Own.r will D.lgri t.j AppraU.rAppraisalsfo s .f.. sun deck well and >ptk. I
*I BR/S IA DOMSUWIDIt On 3 Acres REALTOR LOVELY BLOCK HOME 4BR/2BA CH/A. Large family room 21,48 if., I

WCsTsirBAHOOSI? IN CITVt With- opprox. 2 acre, laundry room could be t s SAMPSON garag., landscaped LAKE 3BR/2BA lot. Norwolaan BrkkMt-ln kitchen family room. 4

mad. Into 3rd IA. 5-90 Owner. flnonc.Ing. CHI A. 2310 if, porches, larg. lot 2.' ac., frontage on water.a ..
APPIIOX. I AC.IS. COMM.' PROPERTY on 301 S. 200" frontage. *Dent M. Mil 0". get by you I Owner meet Mil wick 3/2 CH/A.. Good orol 1: BEAUTIFUL PRAMS HOME 3BR/2BA. family room w/flr.ploc CH/A, 21S41if .. 4

12-91) Owner Financing In Stark From. 211. Good Incom. 576 if workshop landscaped (of. Hampton Lake access nmirby. I
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*4 BEDROOM I BATH MOIILI HOMEl On 2 Ac. 32,,6O doubl.wld. w/rang.. *N.wly renovated Inild. and out 2/1 l.nc d yard In Stark.. all round. Stov.A I
OP PORCHES 3BR/1SA A-From. w/porch.
other. ."tra.. Financing avlalobl.l Must Ia ap- Brookor. horn. LOTS
dl.hwa.h. Lots of In from walk to vwythlng, owner flnanc
r"rlll.,'
barn tool shed well and p-1 a
S r.lrlg., wood burning stove, pole 24x50 8x9 i r
Cedar home on 1 acr., CH&A, rang., r.f. J.. k
*5OSlEWItWl 28x60:! :3 BR. 2 BA.CH/A. 1.37 Ac. 12x20.cr.en.d deck. Lot.and Concrete block 3/1. central heat In Stark.. 100x125 lot. }I" tin on 6 acr.
STORY CI HOME 3BR/2BA Stov. a R.lrlg., AC unit, .Iec.! hot well ]
Iota of .1Cfra. FInancing _lIabl.. 192.89LOW Crystal Lak. Hommlt*. CB. 3/1. QUA rang, ref, 1300 SF. s TWO 4 1
DOWN a ASSUMI MORTGAGE for this, doubled. wh, 3 BR/2 IA on 1 From., 1400 .q. ft. 4 BR, 1 3/4 IA. Large lot. In country. and septic 1 acr.
STORY APT. BLDO 2BR/IBA Each Ga. .heat, Ilv.-in on.
Apartment. ]
// Acrea. A Steal at 35000. 137.89I8 Brick 3BR/1Vi Ba, nlc. neighbors' rang., r.f CH4A .ncl. gang. TWO
ACRES with 312 feet on Sit 100 W. leautlful building area or for mobile. Highway 16 West ..120CH&A.. 14M SF on I acr.. REDUCED. a apt., r.nt the oth.r apartnwnt. s
BEND ESTATES 3 BR/2 BA DW Mobil. Home, CH/A. 2 Acr.
hom_. 17449 In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A. All appliance. 2 Car gang. 2000 if. RIVER
_. Excellent for mobll. horn. IN THE COUNTRY 3BK/2BA Horn. AC Unit., Central ]
100x660 with Iota of tr your '.B ACRES Mobil.
*1 1/2 ACBIUOTSi Excellent neighborhood near the' fioipltol. Corner lot 3/2 CH&A. REDUCED
priced for Quick SaI.1 174.89 Prestigious Florida Luxury In Country Club. All amenltl. top quality. This one a Heat Shad. tr.... 4p )
*II ACIIIS IN LAWTiYs 683 feet on CR 225 E. $2200 an a r.. 173-89 has to be ewt. Call for private showing.,
1 *LOTI NIW HAMPTON BiACH 45000.54 Acre 7.90 Bedford: Lak., 2/1 CHSA completely furnished extra nlc.. 100x300. SELECTED PROPERTIES
1 .DOUILIWIDI ON ONI ACRE Paved road. 3-90 Brick CHSA over 2000 SF In the' country on 2.78 acr.. "\ 4 20 ACRES- Cty Hwy 223 Near Lawt r. Planted Pln.t. 4

I *B ACRES lAWTBYl 125 W. 2.90 *Owner financing. Brick 3/2 1/2IA. 'Pool All Appliances e...,... HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water a Sewage, Owner Financing
I *3 H. 1 8A! Nle... _area very well kept. 127-89 Farm hat**, CH4A on 28 acr*. 2 Barn, pecan grov*. a HOMI IWO LOTS Shady Oak S/O Brook...
it Gorgeous brick horn In D. rwood, 3/2 Immaculat Mutt S... FOUR FACIE TRACTS Brookw. Owner Plnonclng. i
I Owner. financing. 2 Immaculate MH'., pasture, oak on 24 *crf. THRU 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brookor. Owner Financing.
Call One of Our Professionally Stork. Historic ._. 6BR 3%So, e (Ir.jloc.i. REDUCED : 7 <> a '.1 ACRES > ,,._.. M Nm River Well a .....lc. ,s

Trained Staff Today..964-5069 Beautiful 2 .tory brick and cedar farm horn.. 42010 pn 36 aetutfjH ;
Owner Anxious. Make Otf.r: 4/1 1/2. over. 1500 ll.Clow to Stark.:* AFTER HOURSl ,
AJter Hours Call These Realtor Associates: Excellent Neighborhood: In Stark.. :3/2. CH/A. all appliances. flr.plac NICE. 4 Weyne Douglas.964-6MS Bill Oflwin-964-664 L
*COver AcrM. Brick. 4/2 1/2 CH/A. PlrepkM' pver 2100 ". All appliance... Btu Dodd-'U-,... Cleric I..........''''.6331 (
Irene L. Panlkner..9e4-5143 REDUCED., .......Weed.9647484s
e Darlene Godwln..468-28O3 it Owner Anxious Repair garag metal bldg. ((1500 *q. ft.) Concr.t. parkings
"'" Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964-9O4O Reduced--US, 301 South. S Ac., Metal i--tfc.( '. i
Thorn aa (Tom) Gross .964-6786 We Invite Inquiries On Our ther Ltsting A A A A A A A A A L








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HELP WANTED ,: 'PERSONAL. ,.SERVICES.) PERSONAL. 11V*JCES I

IJIiStarke Area Ads ]] TEMPORARY POSITION: Successful WE'RE BACK! The Original Christian HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Painting

candidate will work In the food service Painter. Painting Interior, exterior Plumbing, Electric Horn Repairs -
departmentto monitor fiscal programs. pressure washing and carpentry C til;1 .23'yrs.'eX 8ri noe. ee
to$690.biweekly Louie, 9642051. 17 Wood *
Salary negotiable 5405 for 24-Hour Servk
; -u' '. based on experience. Requires high CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK: Mowing, WILL DO HOUSECLEANING

::2':' ; .. (FOR\SALE...' : .' ;FOR, :::SALE: ;: ... [F.OF fR < NT c i bookkeeping school diploma or or Its business equivalent related and disking Free, plowing estimates., 'leveling J. D., Eunice gardenwork 'hours rates.of 6-8' Call'473-0039. : : at between reasonable -
m.
{ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS! AS LOW AS MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker, experience. Applications will be accepted 964-8230; J.H. Eunice 782-48e. STRICKLAND'S p 17
LOW DAILY A WEEKLY SEWING MACHINE
...I 1 $1499 PER MONTH. CALL 964- used furniture, appliances, TV's, RATES: Color through 2-16-9O. Contact: R. 17 SALES
'oIJ :6946. 12 microwaves VCR's, .You name It. I cable available.TV w/ESPN 7823332.Kitchenette rooms Nate Helton,Personnel Manager;New REMODELING ROOFING, ROOM and models AND cleaned SERVICE oiled: All and makes adJusted
tfjll I NEWSPAPER carry III.Alwas looking for such Items. Lawtey. River Correctional Institution,P.O.Box ADDIITIONS: Carport, conorete $15. New -
13 and used
J! ALUMINUM. 24x36 Stop in if you wish to sell something. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT Stove 333 Raiford FL32083.)333orphone work, aluminum or vinyl tiding and ,machines .HWy' 233 8 18 Morgan sowing
+ 50 5( each. Great for patching 304 E. Call St, 9643250. Eveningscall frig., and ekte. included,: One child, re- ((904)) 964-4000. Preference shall be soffit systems. Free estimate Call Road) 964.8733 TFW 17(
) end repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. given to veterans ar*ptnln spousesof Garrison Construction 964- 281. ALTERATIONS, '
accepted $65 Wk. Call 964-8498. tipper; hem; buttonholes -
., Call St. Starke. 12 TFN 12 veterans. EOE-M/F. 15 anytime. Mark Garrison, license no. off
13FURNISHED palchM.etc. Drop and
COLOR TV: Console $125; 2 utility trailers MEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: EARN $7.75 HR: We need assistance In E-U255. 17 7 pickup
CLEAN 2 BR day-a
MOBILE week,7am-Bpm,964-
,.S $125 ea. OBO. 964-4440. For Sale. We Install and activate. Call evaluating and responding to daily A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE:: 5587. Plnehural
HOME:Close to No Variety across from
shopping center.
: 964-4238. TFN 12 work submitted Australian, European Scandinavian
report by our agents\ Southslde'Etom.
PIANO 964-8810. 13 Hwy 100 -TFN I
1/j FOR SALE: Responsible party to HANDI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, pets. throughout the state. No experience Japanese high school exchange stu- 17 '
MOBILE HOME LOT :
FOR RENT
Call
.. assume small monthly payments on storage buildings, garages green- 964-7895. 13 : necessary; paid to complete training. dents arriving In August Become DRYWAll Cut brick and stone under- .
e Spinet Piano. Can be seen locally. houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy Work at home. For Information, send Host Family/American Intercultural trailers. ;
1 BR APARTMENT Just remodeled pining 782-3610. 17
Credit Dept. 904-254-8481 301 South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 : sell-addressed stamped envelope, 9 Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- WE DO HAULING I
central heat and air.Walled :Any needed.Call
'12 patio with 1/2 inches long to AWGA, Dept E, LING,17 type
$$&;\CRIFICE, SACRIFICE Steel'bUildingmanufactureranxioustodear CARPORT $990.NO DOWN storage area. Off-street parking.964- Box 161189, Atlanta GA 30321. BECOME A PARALEGAL Nationally PRESSURE 782-3084 WASHING anytime..TFN 17
8601. tfn 13 : Houses sidewalk
i PAYMENT.Hand! House portable 15 accredited.Attorney Instructed home -
: .
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY driveway* Roof Repair Call
r 'excess inventory.Bestposslble pricel. buildings Hwy 301 South Starke,964- URGENTLY NEED DEPENDABLE study,established 1976 financial, 964-6341, Parks.
Ttny TFN
v.1'' 'immediate delivery. Freight Included. 8848 TFN 12 WATER, SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR, PERSON to work without supervision FREE catalog. 1-800-669-2555. 17-
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: Y 2123, $1995; 28x30 $2589;35x40, ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthur 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 for Texas Oil Co. In Bradford area.We Southern Career Institute, Drawer BABYSITTING IN;MY; 'HOME Infant
: '.$S755; 40x42 $4134; 54x60 $7196. Gaskins 782-3140. tin 12 MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY train. Write W.T. Dickerson, Pres., 2158, Boca Raton, Florida 33437. school 8 6 : to
WATER, SEWER, CABLE TV. age. am Mon.-Sat
964- pm
Other sizesavailabie. SWEPCO, Box 961005, Ft. Worth, 11
.: Call 1800.6685700 THREE MOBILE HOMES: Must Go! 3.3 Debbie, 964-634t.ltfn r
7498 TFN 13OLIN'S 17
"., 12 Miles West of 301 on Hwy. 16. Makean TX 78161. 15 FREEICOLLEGE MONEYI'We know how CHAIN LINK FENCE
:Y CHICKEN EQUIPMENT SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home ATTENTION Earn Money Reading to III) Over 15 : Installed. Free es
i : 3 6 ton bins offer. 964-7375. TFN 12 : get years experience. timates. HANQYMAN
1 brooders, 8 H 3 chicken lots for rent, water and sewer fur- Booksl! $32,000/year Income poten- $39.00 processing fee. To order call FENCE CO.,

r 1 houses (demolished a200' long). Call ). .. FORRENlf'\ TFN nished 13, cable tv available. 782-3333 tial. Details. ((1)) 602-838-8885, ext 1-800-869-3573. Chsck/M/O/ Credit owner TFN 11.Tommy Reddish 964-8559.
for further bk. 17283. 15ATTENTIONHIRINQI Cords accepted. 17
,t. F *964-IJ1S6" Information. HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
,12" FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.aD utilities rent Close to prison. Call 4681323. Government jobs LONELY? Try telephone romance the self-esteem sink this Can
;;! GARDEN( TILLER: Needs work. Make paid. From $37,SO up weekly. TFN 13 your area. 1784069485. Call 1- Christian wayl) Meet people 24 hoursa 964-8594. TFN 17 year.

:/ vfqffar.!! See at Bradford Rentals. MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut SL STATE EMPLOYEES,needa home close 602-838-8885, ext R 17283. day. AH ages. "It's so easy. Call 1- WELL DRILLING. PUMPS A SERVICE:
C' \It2 i Starke in front of Post Office. 15ATTENTION
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900-346-MEET. only $1.95/flrst minute .Durrance
to your work? We have dean mobile Pump a Supply Co, Water
KlfllC: } SIZE WATER BED: Solid wood 13 homes available.. call 4681323. TFN : EASY WORK Excellent 99 cents thereafter. 17 systems specialists. 864 N. Temple
e \range i and shelved headboard $400. 2 & 3 BR MOBILE HOME for rent 964- 13 Payl) Assemble .products at home. ODD JOBS: Home and Business repairs US.301, Starke. 32091 TFN
; ; "-Cad after 5 p.m. 964-7450. 8614. 13COMMERCIAL 4 BR 2 BA UNFURNISHED HOME IN Details. ((1)) 602 838-8885. Ext W- and construction. Small to large proj ;yet
.U 11,2 11 DUPLEX: Just off 301 RAIFORD. 17283. 15 ects.Call ODD-JOB,8565or964- BULLDOZER WORK:: Need
$275/Mo. 6 min. stumps out
+* GO&ART South.Over 2200 ft. with 16 ceilIng mos. ANYONE CAN APPLY:Guaranteed Visa
: 5 hp $325. Call 782-3343 sq. 9622.17 or land cleared.I
rental w//$150 deposit. Call 964-8602 charge$40 per hour.
j >from 9 3 12 ample parking Now available MC US Charge Even with bad credit.
#r a m. to p.m. space after 6 6 Mos. min. rental. COMPANION/AIDE/SITTER for Elderly 450 John Deere. Call 782-3308,1f no
ft. Cold- Lease !term optional. 964-5414. p.m. No one refused..Call 1-602-842-1087.
r., RCFplSERATOR: 16 cu. Sears or sick children. Day or night Excellent answer call 7823954. TFN
i" ":spot.White, $100. 909 Thompson 13 ext. U4424. 15 references. 964-2369. 17
'-1 "St 12 RENTSPECIAL$5( .00 Off Current Rentl!): HELP WANTEDMANAGERSALES CASHIER/CLERK:Experience preferred. 17 0
?: GYMPAC-1500FITNESSCENTER:New Room with bath&AC$50;$53 w/tax; Serious'Interviews only please.ApplyIn .
:::: ., condition, cost $350. Sell for $150; Room with Air Conditioner, $40 with- POSITION AVAIL- person, Pep-O Food and Gas, 620 ..
ti i(Curtis Mathes entertainment center out bath,$42.40 rlus tax;Room with- ABLE in ladies and girts clothing retail S. Walnut St. (across from Wendy's). ATTENTION REPAIR CONTRACTORS
Y i with TV;radio,8-track tape player andS out bath, without air conditioning, sales. Experienced preferred Send 15PART
S turntable. Oak finish. $300; 19" RCA $37.50 &39.75 with tax. MAGNOLIA work resume to: SALES POSITION, TIME HELP NEEDED: Starke FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION USIIsA9ti8d
.M:; {color TV, needs repairs, $10.. Call HOTEL, 137N.Walnut Street.Starke, P.O. Drawer A, Starke. FL 32091. Lanes.Apply Thursday after 5 p.m.or ; SOUTH 1ST
LAKE
''k; U473-2071. 12 Across from the Post Office. JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA: Friday, 12 noon til 6 p.m. No phone STREET. CITY FLORIDA PHONE NUMBER 752-8465
PlAWOOD PRICES DROPPEDI! COMPLETELY ,13 Openings available in several areas. calls. 15 REQUIRES THE SERVICE OF REPAIR CONTRACTORS FOR

.,2 RESTOCKEDI! 7/16' WaS GOING AWAY? Need a place for your Will tram. For info,call 708-742-8620, HORSE FARM NEEDS FULL TIME THE 12-MONTH PERIOD BEGINNING FEBRUARY 15. 1990.
; r fur Board$6.49 CDX,7.69 elderly loved ones for.day,week, 362. 15
: ;1/2.4-ply ; or ext HELP: Apply In person between 10 INTERESTED CONTRACTORS ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT
r.t 5/8.CDX, 10.58;3/4- BC 17.99; 3/8" month?Try the beautiful High Springs ATTENTION- HIRINGI!Government/jobs a.m. and 3 p.m. Mon.-Saturday. Call THE COUNTY SUPERVISOR
FOR DETAILS. CONTRACTORS
Sfi,. CTI-U Siding, 10.59; 5/8" Tl-ll Siding Care Center. Call 454-5000. your area. 1784069485. 1- for directions. 9648613. 15
y,14.59. We carry treated lumber. Precut 13 602-838-8885, ext. R-3493. HAIR STYLIST NEEDED: Apply In per- MUST MEET LICENSING REQUIREMENTS OF THE STATE.
?'J >( spruce studs$1.641/4'pegboard; DOUBLEWIDE: In good location. Cable 15DRIVERS son, Sandi's Mane Attraction, Key- COUNTY. AND MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR
f; 8.99.Free delivery. 468-2624 collect. TV available.$310/Mo.$100 deposit -$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or stone Heights. 473-0351. 15 SUBCONTRACTORS MUST DO SO. SPECIFICS ON LICENSES
"v7 ml south of Starke on US 301. Call 964-8704. 13 OTR. Train local. 355-5500.CON- HAVE FUN EARNING MONEY AND MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE COUNTY
1 1,Stephen Smith Lumber and Builders 2 BR HOUSE IN TOWN: Furnished or STRUCTION:$6-$15hrly/sub..Inside/ PRIZES be an Avon Representative. S1 PERVISOK.
tt: Supply. 12 unfurnished$210/Mo.$100 deposit Outside. Comm/Res. All Phases. Will For information, call Ramona, 782-
'87 CAMARO: Black A/C, auto., AM/FM. Call 964-8704. 13 train. 355-5500.15 3068. TFN 15 -- .
,' 1 Power B/S, rebuilt engine. New tires. PARTIALLY FURNISHED 2 BR house. EXCITING JOBS IN AUSTRALIA: Construction THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting .
',. 1$6,500.964-9317. 12 525 W Madison/ Street Apply In per- manufacturing, mining, applications for the position of Truck A heat P .Trane
q Sl'EEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call son at 527 N. Walnut St. 13 secretaries, etc. Sydney, Perth, Mel- Dnverwlth the Sanitation Department.Must ,
964-9317.. 12 3 BR, 1 BATH HOME: Carpeted, central bourne, Kalgoortie Transportation, have a valid Florida Chauffers
;;! 2f COLOR TV: Console model. Works heat and air. Room to roam or farm. excellent pay, benefits. Call now for License, graduation from high school anyonewillM 10'1I1AR
;: Mgood.) $100. Call 964-5875 after 4 $365/Mo. plus deposit. One year employment directory! 1-206-736- preferred. Apply at the Starke City I
_...... *'p."m.. 12 lease.4 miles north of Starke on US 0775 ext. 105A (Call Refundable). Hall, Personnel Office. Applications wart.ptlyon, .
= AUDIO SOUND DESIGN "From Wild to 301 to NE 50th St Follow NE
'1.&. : signs on 15.SALES for this position will close at 5.00 p.m.,
1. ''Wild1 Custom audio Installation and 11th St. 17780314. 13 : Health Insurance Agents. Free Friday February 9, 1990. 15 ronrfortaWe TfeWlOO.
accessories. Rockford Fosgate, G & 3 BR DOUBLEWIDE: Stove and refrigerator qualified keads. .0.+ Superior Insurance THE..CITY OF STARKE Is accepting
S:Precision Power, Crunch, Special No inside pets.On one acre lot Company. Best substantable applications for the position of la- 7JllmP

Edition, Knight Stalker, Black Knight on Gnlfis Loop. Available middle of commission In the industry. Agents, borer with the Street DepartmentMust With R L. .l! ..., .i
and various other brands. 864 N. $1,000.00 potential weekly. Call 1- f "
February. $300/month.$150 depositCall have a valid Florida Chauffers "" ,
Temple Ave, Suite A. 964-8722. 282-7117. 13. ', 800-888-2588. 15"Decorating License graduation from high school ; ;r-! .......1: ..-'
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REFIt R1FREE OM 0 AN- R l1g/1la8/ '0 nnel Offioe. AppIica ons. 1h '! "r ... .. f ,
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..CRAFT; SUPPLIES:Glitter paints, beads ,) I .backed by an exclusive >
pm. 13 REAL EStATE LICENSE COURSE only thheat.pump!
Blake That Beautiful : mamdao.
Room 10 limited
:1j warranty
t-i. rhinestones,conchs,baskets.wreathsfK' Ugly year
& 1 BR HOUSE: $260/Mo. $100 4 weeks call-755-4040.) North Fl.Real 'and mil plus 2 yean on pots.
all sizes; wood cut-outs, paints, silk deposit 782-3627. 13 Call Jess Phillips Estate Colteflo. TFN 15 the unit's luper high efficiency helps reduce yor
))4i;r(lowers, all goes of craft books. PI- 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. No chil- """'IIYusageoIl yew lung.Calf .
nehurst Variety, across from dren. 782-3344 or 7823942. Special Effects Textures today for more details on the ,..
Southside 100.964- XL 1200 hrat pump.Financing
Elementary Hwy
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available.
9537. 12 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Stove, FREE ESTIMATES COWARTAir

'# :Ff SUPPLIES:Glitter paints,beads refrlg, util. furnished. No pet. $70Y "SemT Retired Couple e Low Rates .
E J rhinestones,conchs,baskets,wreaths Weekly, deposit 964-6232. \1
all sixes; wood cut-outs, paints, silk 13 Conditioning Contractors

!'..: flowers, all tyoes of craft books. Pl- OR WILL SELL: 2 BR Masonry house. t iSI CACO2762O.BerVtna
nehurst Variety, across from Nice neighborhood. Large fenced Bradford
,x j Southslde Elementary. ,Hwy 100.964- yard. Phone 964-7872. 13 When female'elephants fight, it Is .unrounding countle*to*a.eedl5 s.1 9648O25C [
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: if your merchandise does not sell. (Offer good for 4 weeks APARTMENTS ,!
922E.... Brownlee St.
W.Y; on Free ads) Use the handy form below to place your ad. : Camp Blanding Rd.

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,964-7133:

.2-& 3 B1=. family oriented with GOULDS
Jame: ", laundry fit large playground. '
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HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE "' : : tt
CAREER IN RIAL ISTATI-W. train. Call MOBILE HOMI-Three 2BR and on. 3BR fertilised .rm'udq' 473-9625 mtt i
; MONEY READING
Dean Weaver Watson. Really Corp. unlts.$990 to 1990. Call "737566.Mu.t HAY coastal l EARN All of Fencing. i
REALTORS. 473.4816 ,ot 475-2272. 215.OINIVA $20 per roll. Call 496-3509 of"' ; $32.000/year Income poten Types J;
move.3lpd/1-4,1-18,2-1. 1/254tpd.2/15 : : Details. 1(602)838-8683( ) ext.
6mochg-11.30.5.30/ Sales Service & Installation
SPRINGS CONDO-Last one by SEAT ;
AND LOVE $225 1/1 2/22
WAITRESS COUCH : 4tpd.
AND PREP\ COOK-Buddy1. builder, Bud 2BR/2BA, LR, .
DR.
Emery. '.
Lakefront Restaurant, 496-3509 or 4962995. 1/29 ; EASY WORK EXCELLENT '
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..68-2080. atchg/1-25.2-1 near Melrote., kitchen utility room garage. BURROS One Jack on.Jenny. Y! Assemble products at home. All Types of Aluminum Work... ','
HAIRSTYLIST( 473-2O52. 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 4963009. tfn/chg: 2/1 ., 1(602)838( ) !SSar JExt. W-9127
...7302571M4733910.miOIB.PUa.. tail: Kg/1-18-2-8 11 ZEBRA PINCH$5 each. 4tpd. 2/22 Screened Rooms. Carports, Mobile
ltchgl2.1' double lot, this
A FAMILY AFPAIR-On a ,
EARN MONEY TYPING AT
TWO STRONG "'Ol'L''o help' tn.transplant .. 2600 sq.ft. 4 bedroom, 2'/i bath home HEAVY 2/1. DUTY WINCH BUMPER $32.000/year Income potential. Home Roof-overs, Etc.
bushes and (pad* garden, needs your children. On a paved road best offer. Call Jason at '- ..\ 1(602)838.8885( ) ext. T9127.
Saturday morning. Feb 3. beach, th't 2 TOP AT LOWEST 'i r
384-4883 (904) 1 with a sandy propehas WALL UNIT 94-w X ii'd X 82" 4tpd. 2/22; QUALITY '
or 4732005. lteha/2-i 'acre units, 2 septic tanks and a detached Condltlon-$30. B.J. Foists RELIABLE LADY COMPANION '
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDIO-at.Shear "erfec- 2 car garage. Priced for a quick 2/1. HOUSEKEEPER Recm board and PRICES AROUND'
Itchrg.
lion Styling. Experience, preferred' sal$99,000. Watson Realty. 4734816. ,.J '
O'ltles.
salary. Myrtle
Very light
OPEN 8-5'
good commissions for Interview
call, ltcha/2-1 1
/ In Worthington Springs. Call :rr.

OUTDOOR"73-7323.2IchIl/2-1-1 WORK-Graf .Tying require' WALK from the TO schools SCHOOl-Only, this 3BR three home blocks on a PERSONAL /. ltchg.ASSISTANT 2/1 For busy lake : .................... ....................-----...-............--....-......-....... *....*-.M.

bending but not heavy work. Full-tim. paved street. Is convenient for WELL DRILLING ANr ,pilC-' doctor's office. Medical office I., 11
53.35/hr.473-3760. llpdl-l .: _", on.. With a garage and a fenced .' '
man Well and 'f'uptlc Tank i required. Apply to :C.B. :
KITCHEN AND CASHIER HELP yard call to see today. $49,900, Watson Inch water wells. Pumps \ Human Resources, P.O. Box
NEEDED: Apply'at Bar BO Stop Realty 4734816. 1tchg2-1 vice Installation septic'./:. Gainesville, Fl. 32602 GOSPEL ''f TRUTH
Restaurant 7415 SR 21, Keystone ON TWO LOTS-You'll find this 2 BR, 2BA stationsNew Installation,? ( ))373.31jO: E.O.E. 2/1 2tchg. 2/8 i.
Heights.! 473-4445., 15 home with central heat and air, city repairs. Contact Bryan, ( ) ., ,

water and Access a two car Lake garage Hutchinson and Jones-275-2004- Jones-' CARS AND TRUCKS CHRISTIAN SUPPLY CENTER i ) ;
NOTICE: workshop. to After 6 p.m.Stain _
"by yearly membership dues. Reduced
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub price of 46500. Watson Realty, 2/22 guaranteed then/ *tin free estimates. TEMPO Silver, 5 sp., AC, ,'.r.o. "Zfte Cjospeq'rotli.7esus is Lord"r ,
mltt.d to th. Lak. Region Monitor office "473-4816 1tchg 2.1 JOAN'S SALON open .- ..."., tinted windows Good Condi l
In writing and paid In advance SAY HELLO TO A GOOD BUY-Close to Men's, Ladle, and Children, $200 and take over payments
unless credit !I. already established schools,,this 4 bedroom home Is bright vice. Senior Citizens Jull at 964-8791 or 9646713. TFN. 221 ORANGE STREET 9647456'smas
with this office.MONITOR' and clean. With low maintenance slue. 2/1-2/8. F-100 Complately redone New ." ,k ;
STAFF CANNOT M HELD co .exterior you'll have time to enjoy from front to bock and r.------ 1 fmm with this' ssea.sr.J '3 e
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN your family. The backyard Is chain link NETTLES TREE SERVICE:All 12B."I. the hood. Call and make an of | coupon I y
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER fence If you have a pet or small work. 496-12323. 964-8791 ask for Jason TFN. i '
THE TELEPHONE. children. $68.000. Watson Realty I I FREE I j I FREE] fj

Classified prior to deadline Thursdays!I. II publication.:00 a.m. Tuesday BUY 473-4816 AND SAVI-1tchg2-1 Thl. bank repo can save MOBILE HOMES WANTED j I II I. )

Minimum charge Is S3.SO for 1S word, you moneyl 2BR/1MBA Concord FOR SALE to
th.n 15 cent for each additional word.If mobile home has a split bedroom plan PAY CASH for your used 14' wide ,, i it VIDEO RENTAL i 1 VIDEO RENTAL! 4 ":',1

bills or. mailed out there will be a and cathedral ceiling OnlySI 8,000. 1990 14 wide $120 per month. home. Must have plywood MON./WED. ONLY I. ', fh :
$3.00 billing charge. .' GOOD Watson DEAL-1981 Realty. 4734816.doublewlde ltchg/2-1 located In at 364-5197.5tchrg.1/25.2/22. Powells, 4963377. tfnchg. 2/1\ jj 1._._._.-.-._._ j 1._TUES./mURs.ONLY.J :a .,
Mailing addre: P.O: tax 1171 1990 14' X 70 Three ,
Estates close entrance. SPECIAL I .rareraiararararasarararararararararararararaiyararaiarara araraaaaar+ral :J :.
.. High Ridge tp NOTICE :
Ht 32656' .
Keytton FL _. Owner financing available If needed to bath free set-up 8 '.:": :::1J ""!C,'
month. Call r 1
this 2BR/2BA.$26.5oo. Watson down. $157 a M W ; .
AUTOMOBILES purchase Realty 473-4816 ltchg2.1 credit check. 3645197. ADVERTISING should be sub SPECIAL
r BIG TREE LAKES-large.lBR house on 2/22. to the Union County Times of NEW RENTERSx :N;
USED CAR-Dealer license. If you would 1990 DOUBLEWIDES 24' X In writing and paid In advance ONLY : ,';;
like and/or tell two one acre.new stove relrlg.kitchen bedroom. 2 bath wood ...
to by on. or can credit Is already established '
cablnets.very nlce.$26.000. call 473- KIHe BBBBBBBBBBBSBBlMBBaBIBBHBXBBHBBBBBBe BBHBB PB BBBB P BBBBBBBBBl
p.r month or open a lot In your area, roof. $800 down. $190 a this office. j
9527 evenings. 16 t :
please phon. 1-373-9340 and 1 leave Jim or John at, TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD $5.00 Off Current Rent ... ;
nfeisage. 2tpd/1-18.25 LAND FOR SALE 2/22. FOR MISTAKES IN
81 DODGE !RAM VAN-Slant 6. SWB LARGE 1990 21'X70' : WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER li'
4-speed. needs minor body repair .3.2 ACRES-Overlooklng lake In Melrose bath. living room A See TILEPHONE. Room with Bath & AC J5O.OO weekly ."t
$950.00. 473-0471.1tpd/l-2S ,area, large oaks. 16000. 4752733. down. Free credit check.. .. deadline Is MONDAY 5 53.00 with tax i
88 FORD RANCER-4K4, Excellent Condi- ,, COMMERCIAL lOT-Zoned BB. Owner will 364.11t7.ltchrg. 1/28 / : ., prior to Thursday publication.
tlon. $9500. Harper 964.7069.2tpd2.1SYARD 1990 14' x '0' Three charge Is 15 words for 53.50,
hold with $5,000 down. A
steal mortgage at 35.000: Watson Realty Free set-up and delivery. $ 15 cents for each word thereafter. Room with AC $40.00 weekly.542.4O ; ; i
Call ask
month.
SALES $189 :
per BLACK RETREIVERT (Mixed '
4734816. 1tchg2-l without Bath with tax :?
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DUPLEX LOT-Close to Keystone school John 364-5197 5tchgt 1/ ..d) puppy. Found at Rt. 1 Box 380E. ; .
TWO FAMILYGarage Sal., Saturday Only for this corner building lot zoned for a Butler; near Johnstown Baptist ::
6296 Baker Road. 9 a.m.- to 3 p.m. home or duplex, City water available. FOR RENT Jf your the owner, please come Room without Bath $37.5O weekly !t.
1fchg/2-1 $6.250. Watson Realty 4734816. your dog.1tnc.2/1 t
without AC $39.7S with tax
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE !! ...11

ANIMALS ." PERSONALBINGO nished neighborhood.central heat$180 and per air. MAGNOLIA HOTEL If

I-Sunday afternoons from 2 to 5 Call 137 N. Walnut St
LABRADOR PUPPIES-No paper six $125 security deposit. $!l:
weeks old on 2/15.. $25.,.475-1682.. and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. weekends. / :: Across from Starke Post
AMERICAN LEGION. Highway 21N.
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2tchg/2-1-8 4tch../1-11.2-1
SEWING HINE.Not Working? Don't
panic. Call Swindell. 4737862. Work
FOR RENT
guaranteed. Used machines $50 and

MOBILE HOMES-Partlally furnished 2 or 3bedroom.I35ISO up.4tchg/1-11-2-1
HOUSE CLEANING-One week one Office'y.
month. SR
per Call month or |lust once to help you catch
from lake Geneva.
100 across .
up473.4055. 4tchg-1-11-2-1 ;
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43-7366 K s vr er om"13J.10.f"Pdl YARD WORK-Llght hauling, odd "Ioba.) : \
y/5/90 ,;;it,473-405S.4Ichg.1-1rz-r.!: ; .': t. a.
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C 'I umm\\ s si1X TRACTOR WORK-bu.hogging. back
.leetrl: *:"$200. p.r month blade and disking. Free estimates. I
473-4526 2tpd1/10.25 $25.00 per hour. ...73.8..9,4tchg125.215
LARGE BACK PORCH-2HR/1BA. utility
room on 1 ocr. lot. 7665 Kings Canyon CUSTOM INSTALLATION-moblle tJ

Rd. $375. Watson Realty. 4734816. telephones. Cellular IMTS also FM .,..1,
1tchg/1-25 2-way radios. Specializing In Motorola
MOBILE HOME: Stove. mMfl.. CH/A. 473-7855. ltchg-2/1
clean.quiet Red red couple preferred.: MATURE WOMAN-Deslres position as
Keystone. 4733014. 13 senior companion or sitter. Dally or t
weekly, experienced. Call 4730071.
REWARD ltpd/2-1 NCD S LE'
HOOFING AND REPAIR-Quality work at
REWARD FOR RETURN.of female English reasonable rol... Call George at "r,..;
Springer Spaniel 1 yr. old brown and 475.2977 or 473-3480 (home), ,I::;:.
white. Wearing brown leather collar. 4tchg/2-l-22
Last seen 1-24 at lake Geneva. FLOOR SAGQIN.DOOR i":
,-332.8805. llchfl/2-1 DRAG GIN.HOUSE OUT OF I1h .
LEVEL??laRue Leveling Service for !.!
.U your foundation repairs. 4737721. -I.
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I Ladv Indians Get Big: Win Over GHS

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By Mark FiledlLn Lady Indian Head Coach Kathy point comeback attempt In the steal and a layup by Owens and r 'a 1'r
LRM Sports Writer Boatwright. final eight minutes. an outside shot and a free throw' 1I
The KHHS Lady' Indian bas- KIlns was led by senior center by Doolen, then got the defensive
ketball teams captured one of Beth Strickland who scored 17 Forward Laurie Owens hit for press working and went on
their most satisfying wins of the points and pulled down 11 rebounds 10 points, pulled down 16 rej an 8-0 run Including a pair of
season Thursday night when against one of the bounds to lead the team, had turnaround buckets by Grooverto
they defeated a tough, physical3A toughest front lines her team seven steals and dished off three take 18-17 lead at the half. I
Gainesville High team In an has faced this season Including assists. Ronook Doolen and The Lady Indians exploded out
exciting 58-57 decision to GHS's top scorer, center Nicole Amy Groover hit for a big nine of the lockerroom after halftime
avenge one of their five losses Welcome points each and Jatkle': Slr- and outscored their gwain' 24-8 ,
this season. Forward Stacl Sirmopoulos mopoulos had six points and six In their best period of action all
The KHHS ladles overcame a was cool and composed In the assists. season.
cold start and an 3.11 first pe pressure situation at the end of "Everyone was hitting," Coach
nod advantage by the visitors the game, putting the nails In After falling behind 11-3 in the Boatwright said. "When every- ,
with a 24 point third period that the GHS coffin by hitting nine of first period, the home team began one's "clicking It can be fun to r c
was "the best I've seen this team ten free throws when the their comeback by pullingto watch. ..
play this season", according to visitors were mountln .a .-33- within seven at 10-17 on a The first two baskets of the
second half were Indicative as

tI ?;if Strickland moved smoothly
through the GHS front line for a
bank shot Inside, then Doolenhit 1.r
I : I I1S. a long range bomb from the f'P
top of the key after a steal by
Teresa Carter, and the run was
. .( on. Strickland hit twice more
one on an uncustomary 20- ., ., .'- .. .
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footer that hit nothing but net,
Groover scored twice more Drive Inside;.. I
iii i in Jackie Sirmopoulos hit twice lOUIS forward Amy Groover drive bide gafaut CHS.Groover fobbed with .
from long range. Owens canneda nine polnli against the 3A visitor ,

pair of free throws and created had the deadly eye at the charity Is a fine passer and defensive
havoc defensively and Doolenhit stripe when no one else on the player and can contribute right
t. another outside shot, team was hitting, and pulled out away at both the one and two
When the fireworks were over", the win for KHHS In the final guard positions. _
the Lady Indians were sitting on minutes, nailing seven In the final The Lady Indian JV team con-
-. ? S a 42-25 lead and even their loyal three minutes of the contest. tinued their winning ways
'I zi home fans were somewhat The Lady Indians got an excit- Thursday night when Christy
y stunned. ing addition to the team Monday Cogley hit a three point shot at
The Lady Hurricanes tame when guard Randy Smith the buzzer to send their game
back strong In the fourth period transferred to the school from with GHS 'overtime.'The JV
30 on 14 final period points by Jacksonville Wolfson and became Lady Indians went on to win the
/ Welcome, but Stacl Slrmopoulos eligible.to compete.,Smith game by 10 points;

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Lady Indian forward Teresa Carter grab*a rebound*Lady Hurricane Nicole Welcome trio to swat the ball away .frIIN T.w N Jf
during KIDIS'a big win over CHS. BUFFETMandarin
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KHS Almost Pulls Off Upset vs. ClayBy & Szechuan Cuisine LUNCH

Mark Frledlln 1900 N Temp'!'" SU* Florida '320'9'1
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The KHHS Indian basketball Eat-In or Take Out
For reservations' .
lab out orders call
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team played tough hosts Tues-
day night against district leader ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $4.25; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $2.50
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Clay High but came up just ki'S CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00
short of an upset as the district-
leading Blue Devils went home yx
with a 68-64 victory. 1I BUFFET DINNER 'Frlda & Saturday
The Indians had lost to Clay by Nights

20 Green points Cove In an Springs earlier and game that In ALL YOU CAN EAT ADULTS $7.95; CHILDREN UNDER 10 $3.95

fact alone had KHHS Head CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OF AGE $1.00

Coach Mike Wingate In an up- Our Buffet Consists of More Than 15 Delicious Items
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which dropped his young teamto .fLjI NOW OPEN MON. Tuesday-Friday Lunch 11 aon.til 2:30 pm;Dinner 4:30 pm til 930
4-12 on the season. FOR pm.Saturday 430: pm tU 030 pm.Sunday Lunch 12 Noon tU 230 pm
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I M DIn Starke Jail Faces Federal Indictment I IA



Bradford Georgia man Incarcerated in the to distribute 80 grams or more of State Attorney Len Register for the At that time, Guyton led iiilu Uu> or both and At lenxt five years c",>8'- assist in the prosecution of this case. ,
federal County Jail was indicted. crack cocaine on or about June 6 in Eighth Judicial Circuit. woods and was not apprehended until vised release. The case is being The ability to successfully com ..
on charges JI.I28.. Bradford County,according to U. S. the following morning.by deputies handled by Managing Assistant U.S. bine state and federal resources to !y.11
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Jimmy Guyton, 32, of Jesup was Attorney for the Middle District of Guyton was stepped by TrooperW. and DOC K-9 unit. Attorney Curtis Fallgatter. prosecute drug dealers Is an essential "fJ
charged with possession with intent Florida Robert W. Genzman and M. Abrams at 9:55 p.m. near Guyton was wanted by Georgia tool in our war on drugs said ,ne
Starke for a routine traffic violation authorities for cocaine charges and Genzman expressed his appreciation Genzman. .,_tAn >
(tail light not working). A search of escape and is also wanted by the to Register and the State At indictment Is merely a formal A':
: his vehicle, with his consent, uncovered FBI.If. torney's Office for their cooperationand charge that a defendant has commit)1 5
: a'.357 caliber revolver and assistance In the Investigationand ted a violation of the federal
LAKE: AREA I approximately 52 grams of crack cocaine convicted,the defendant faces a their referral of these drug criminal law and every defendant is ;V I>
packaged in 17 baggies (each penalty of a min'nwrnpf ten years to charges for federal prosecution. It is presumed innocent until and unless trig,
PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc. packet contained about eight rocks). life imprisonment a $4 mill'oi.[ fine expected that Register's staff will proven guilty. *:0',

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I Items of Interest <
CERTIFIED, REHABILITATION AGENCY cw
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Gateway Girl Scouts substance abuse problems. There'are Counselors will provide crisis in- Feb. 26 from 7 to 8 p.m. the Brad-
Physical Therapy-pccupatlonal: Therapy, only 26 adult rehabilitation tervention court related assistanceand ford County Public Library will present -
& Speech PathologyMedicare Collect 28,600 centers throughout the South. The other support services to a program guaranteed to "
Bags of ClothingMore Center in Jacksonville is the only families of murder victims and to answer (and maybe create more)
adult rehabilitation program of its victims of DUI crimes, rape, questions you may have about a first I
,'Insurance.at d Workers Compensation Accepted than 4,200 Girl Scouts from kind in North Florida. domestic violence and child abuse.
fifteen counties in North Florida "Sensitive treatment car.Will
of crime victims your "dream machine" be a I
Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP served by Gateway Girl Scout Coun- State AttorneyReceives Is a priority in our office,"said Corvette or a klunker, a lemon or a :
cil, collected over 28,600 bags of Register. "Additional staff in the Lamborghini? Will the bank
Peggy Floatner O.T.R. clothing and miscellaneous Funding victim services unit will ensure that finance? If you save money at the
Laura Hodges. P.T. household items to benefit the Salva- For Victim ServicesState victims receive the help they so dealer will the insurance rates eat it &ii
tion Army Adult RehabilitationCenter greatly deserve." up?
Beth Bigelow P.T., RN,A.T.C (SAARC). Attorney Len Register has The counselors which are now be- Race over to the BCPL Feb. 26
S.R. 26 & The annual "Helping Hands" project received a grant from Florida's ing interviewed will be hired by mid- where local business people will be 1:.
Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave. makes it possible for the Salvation Bureau of Crimes Compensation and February. on hand to answer your questionsand
Melrose. Florida 32666 Starke, Florida 32091 Army to assist homeless and Victim Witness Services to expand put you on the fast track of 8
needy men, women and children. victim assistance to areas in the Public Library automobiles.Call .
475-3113 9642208Hours Clothes were collected over a six- Eighth Judicial Circuit with limited Schedules Young 964-6400 for more information..
week period ending in December. services. All young adults from 12 to 20 are in ,
Bradford Union Girl Scouts par- The(17,000 grant provides funding Adult Programs vited to attend this high perfor- .
by Appointment Physlclal Referral ticipated in the drive,an annual ser- for two Victim Witness Counselors.' In the Bradford mance program.
Beginning February -
One counselor will victims in
serve
vice project, earning a patch for
County Public Library will be
Baker,Bradford and Union counties
their efforts. Announces
and the will and presenting a series of special programs Library
The SAARC Is a self supporting other serve Levy
for adults. These
Jet Ski Rental therapy program for men with Gilchrist counties. entitled young: Wanted: Young programs Spring Storyhour' s

Adults at the Library, will feature February 7, the Bradford County
Will deliver'at the lake of your choice timely topics currently of interest to Public Library will begin it's 1990
the 12 to 20 year-old group. Spring Pre-School Storyhour. with a
WHERE THE SKIS ARE The five programs, one each "Story About Ping".
o month, will cover such subjects as Pre-school children will meet
o first Jobs, first cars, the prom, con- from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. This program -
0 temporary music and sexually is open to any pre-school child i
transmitted diseases. These hot three to five years of age, parents
Roses Red topic events will be open to the must register the child prior to the -
are public at no charge and is Just one of first program and remain with the
the many services provided by the child during th).program. f
library. Parents wishing to bring thefr ..
This project is funded by a grant three to five year old children art'
',. !,,\Violets are Blue from the Library Services Construc- urged to come to the library to sign
tion Act. their youngsters up as there will on
4737429Monday ,' \ For more Information, call ly be twenty-five children enrolledfor
thru .7. 964-6400. these special programs.
Friday (Excluding Holidays)
Programs for daycare centers will If

Hourly Rate 1/2 Day Full Day !l Gift of Gold New York Times be from 9:45: to 10:15: a.m. No ,.
registration will be required for this >
$25.0O $64.99 $99.99 And Guidepost class. a
e Both classes meet each Wed. until
1 Lasts All:Year Through9Valentine'sOafSale! Available in Braille March 14 and will Include movies, a,
Perry Glenn Norris of Mon- stories and other special activities 'I
tgomery AL, has donated copies of for your child. ..
NOTICEGlenda's ] the New York Times and Guidepost For more information on these or .:
Magazine, printed in Braille, to the other programs provided by the J
Bradford County Public Library in BCPL, call 964-6400 or stop by the .'
Starke. library. 3
The books will be available at the .:
main and the bookmobile.
library on

Shear' .1esign.-.9644151: I '..' ....... t.. ,< Disabled other free individuals library services may by apply calling'for Strawberry Pageant' ';

1tk ,11Jt11 ,,-,- -_ 800-342-56fl.... : .. .._.,,"' ,,,,.,Jm y_Deadline Set,
W (! tlj \. : g, 1uud 1 : .I." ;" '" The 28th Annual Bradford'County' '>dStrawberry t

and' Pageant Is set for April
Custom Car Program 7, 1990 in the Bradford High School a
Merle Norman Offered at LibraryHere's auditorium. Ladies ages 16-21 pick

Cosmetic Studios- 964-7355 Now In Progress a nitro-burning, fuel- up Mitchell's your applications Drugs or and the rules BradfordJ from J
injected, tire-smoking program High School now. Deadline for en-
that's especially geared to young tries is March 10. 'PIP. pageant is :
I
Announces new hours in addition to our adults. sponsored, by the JU >r Womens .
I CHASTAIN'SJEWELRY Club of Starke. ;

regular hours. I STARKE SHOE REPAIR

We will. now be open on Mondays 1 120 E. Call St. Starke BCPL ServicesAs ProvidesTax ;I

9:30: 5:30 \ 964-6261 '
104 W. Call St. 964-7271 a courtesy to local residents
118 S. Thompson St. Boot Sales & Expert the Public Library is cooperatingwith
Downtown Starke' Work the IRS by providing office
FL Repair
Starke
space for VISTA and TCE Tax
counseling programs and r
.. -- volunteers.
Beginning Feb. 7, tax assistancewill
be held each Wed. from 12 noon
to 4 p.m.through April 11.Please br- ..
.; .- ing all information with you. This
service Is free.
,
y.- \ The library is also distributing tax
Wpclg'Gl forms for the IRS as a public ser I
Jeep. vice. You may order forms not
available at the BCPL by calling

lE'gl't!: ', C.ht rsl ir ::p'V-m9.i.4th'' '. 'Q 9.. .-' !D'o. gT'-: "Uc, :. ,Si. 'I! \ :R'' 'I",' [ gJe "J" 1800424FORM.Stop by the library. or call 9644400.

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FliP Troopers

1990 DODGE D-350 1990 DODGE OMNI Continue License,

1989 DODGE COLT 4 dr.,auto.,AC, PS, PB Vehicle Inspections
DUAL REAR WHEEL Bradford CountyThe

2doorh.tchbackPS.PB Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and
$f3 495 k5'"I: vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
the week of Feb.2 through Feb.8
I"_ ,SR-21 SR-18,
cr' on SR100.r.SR230
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$1 800 Y SR-16, CR-18, ?;R-16, CR-21B
,.. CR-225, CRI251CR229.. CR-231.

Net.M..had. plw_te.,utla by,P t;.**t..e.lle d.==:' c r 1990 DODGE DAYTONA In CR227FR22I230 Bradford County.Recognizing and CR-100A

the danger presentedto
w ES.V6, 5 SPD.,PS, tilt AM/FM cass the public by defective vehicle
1990 PLYMOUTH LASER equipment Troopers will concentrate -
their efforts on vehicles being
5.9 Cumndns Turbo Diesel 5 speed, air 12,699 operated with defects such as bad
5 s peed, PB Ps,AC. s brakes,,worn tires and defective
AM/FM.. Hottest thing on '"1' 1 .999 conditioning stereo cassette. ..: : lighting equipment. In, addition at-
the American Continent : ". tention will be directed to drivers
SAVETHOUSANDS who would violate the driver license
laws of Florida.
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: The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
1990 JEEPWRANGLERS to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insur-
Ask for Jimmy Strickland, Manager' 1990 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER ing the protection of all motorists.

Loaded. Includes trailer two pkg.. power everything: tilt Union County
Oily SftVOO* cruise: ,AM/FM stereo cass., and much. much morel The Florida Highway Patrol will
.. I be conducting driver license and
1190 D-150nODGE 4X4 OaljTrottTMiPrlcel I vehicle Inspection checkpoints during -
i the week of Feb.2 through Feb.8
1990 :PLY Ion SR.lOO.r. SR-121 SR-231, SR-241,
pV
: ISR-238. ? CR-237, CR-229
Mpkg. 21.900 1 CR-125, CR-231A CR-24A and CR-
1796A in Union County.

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