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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 8, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Worth County to Build Dock at ftamftSfm Lake Tfoeil. 1 I IeI

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Engineer Jerome Kelly was instructed County commissioners said Mon began to be used more by trains Sampson Lake when the water is nic tables at Santa Fe Lake torn up.
L NotingSay to proceed with plans for a day the first project will be at Sampson hauling coal to the coal-fired electricity too high to get under the railroad Picnic tables at Cypress Run were
dock side ier at Sampson Lake on the Lake. First, plans for the dock generating plant in Hague, trestle Eaves points out. also destroyed.
west of the railroad trestle. must be submitted to and approved fishermen were no longer allowed to The bass club is also recommending Kelly has been working on the

No Dane... Bradford County had $28,009 as of by the Game Commission.The use the trestle to fish from.A improvements to the county Sampson Lake plans for about 30
boat ramp and dock on Little Santa days. Commissioners are anxious to
A "Just Say 'No' dance Is Jan. 1989 in a fund kept In Sampson Lake site work was dock on the west side of the tres- Fe Lake and to the ramp area at get people off the trestle "before
scheduled Friday Feb. 9, at the Tallahassee by the Florida Game recommended to the board by the tle will give fishermen access to Cypress Run on the west side of somebody gets killed out there,"
Starke Woman's flub, 7-11 p.m. and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Starke Bass Club according to Jack Canal.
Sampson A new boat ramp Sampson Lake. said Commissioner E.L. (Nook)
Tickets available $2 each, or 2 and it fins built up more since then. railroad trestle of
Eaves. When the west the trestle will allow boats in- The county had restrooms and picA Norman.
for $3.

Starke Jubilao...

The Starke Alive Downtown $35 AssessmentFor
Jubilee is scheduled for Saturday,
May 12. Anyone interested In enter-
ing exhibits in the antique car
show arts and crafts and entertainment
(group) please contact the EMS Passed
Chamber of Commerce, Ph.

964-5278 or Glenda Epps, chairperson. ..
Downtown Progress Committee -
Ph. 9644151. ,
s 'r ry By County Board

UCAP Meeting...

A special meeting of UCAP will

be held Monday, Feb. 12, 7:30 p.m., new law authorizing the collec- bucked at the $100 assessement
I
at the Union County Courthouse to
consider tion of a $35 special assessment for although some members said they'dvote
whether or not the
t emergency medical services (EMS) for a smaller assessment. Plus
I organization should support a 100
ordinance was passed 5-0 Monday.
under from
pressure City Attorney
percent to the trI-county recyllng landfill facility as opposed Feb. 5, by Bradford County commis- Terry Brown, the county had to ad-
: sioners. mit there is no specific authority in
Legislative Visit... ; Commissioners are now in the pro- state statutes authorizing a countyto
cess of asking each muniscipality in pass an assessment for jail operations -
The Bradford County Legislative the county to schedule a public hear- .
Delegation, consisting of Rep. ing on the $35 EMS fee a So, after six months the county has
George Crady Chance Irvine and preliminary move to each town backed down on the jail operations
Sen. Sherry Walker will hold a k adopting an ordinance enacting the assessment but has enacted a $35
public hearing Monday, Feb. 12, assessment within the town borders. EMS assessment.
10-11:30 a.m., in the Commissioners i { j Attorney John Kopelousos prepar- Two persons appeared at
Room of the Courthouse.The ing the ordinance for presentation to Monday's public hearing on the new
public is invited, and will the towns. assessment proposal, reduced from
have an opportunity to discuss any The$35 EMS assessment is for one $100. Julian Kelly of Starke said the
Issue with the legislators. year. Commissioners hope it can be county has failed to use correct pro
effective from April 1, 1990 to May cedures, according to law, in adop-
SS Elementary... 31, 1991. ting the $35 assessment and that the
A meeting of Southslde Elemen- Meanwhile, the county will search people should have been allowed to
for methods to raise more money to vote on It. Malcolm Hill, a Sampson
tary volunteers and parents are Invited
to attend a brief meeting at make up an anticipated $600,000 Lake resident, said the people
budget shortfall. Separate should be allowed what
1. county to vote on
the school, Tuesday, Feb. 13, at
; committees are set to meet on new type of taxes are levied.
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1:30 in Room 10.
p.m., I W' funding sources: 1) a one-cent local The public hearing, Hill said,
option sales tax, and 2) a committeeto should have been held at night so
Rotary Banquet...
-LI search for other new funding people working 8 a.m. 5 p.m. jobs
The annual Starke Rotaryann" % methods. Chairman Maxie Carter could attend.
Valentine.Banquetwill befeld said Monday he's planning to Only Emergency Services Director ,
'. n __ ...... ,, ap-
Thursday, Feb. 19, at Starkt Cmuv raxlyslr ..'1 t.: try Club. : f .... the search committee.At the $33 assessment pointing out "
Refreshments are to be served at present property taxes are the county residents are getting a good .
6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at w main source of county funding, And, deal for the services his department
7:0pm. county taxpayers can probably look provides.Resident.
Entertainment by Patty Kay for a property tax increase next Julian Kelly who has op-
Elder. year.Commissioners. posed the special assessments at
included a $100 every opportunity, said the $35 levy
Special Olympic.. special assessment,$30 for EMS and is still illegal unless the county holdsa
$70 for jail operations in its fiscal referendum of voters. Kelly
Bradford County Special Olympics 89-90 budget. Opposition to the reading from state statutes, said the
will be holding a Rock-A-Thon, It Out...
Sniffing special assessment arose from some ordinance Is incorrectly drawn and
Friday, Feb.It will 16 from be held S p.m.in the to 12 Wallace Kitchen,a member of the Columbia County Sberlff Department' K.9 Unit lead Bear along can parkedat 1,000 persons attending a public therefore illegal, according to how
Bradford mid-night.Middle School Lunch Bradford High SchooL Bear wa one of two drag-miffing dog brooght to both the high school and Bradford hearing in the school auditorium a he interprets the state statute.

Room.If Middle School to miff locket and can for Illegal drag. No drug were found at either campu See the B Section fora.ry at which commissionersrefuse
Assessment..P.
to (See \>
speak or answer com-
would like to participate,
you
Then the Starke council
contact Verdell Long, Bradford
Middle School, Ph. 964-6093.


Rental A meeting Property.of Rental Property.. Rosier on Feb. 20 Docket in County Court I

Owners Association is scheduledfor -
Monday, Feb. 19, with dinner at Suspended Lawtey councilman Attorney's Office the monies paid to Mayor Robert Scott said Feb.7 the case is dismissed or if Rosier is pa Bay area claim that Florida one
6 p.m., and a business meeting set Marvin 'Rosier is on the misdemeanor the former clerk. governor's office has agreed to ex- found not guilty. of only a few states with such laws
for p.m.Election. arraignment docket in Rosier said Wednesday, Feb. 7, he tend the call for an election to the Attorney Hobbs said state statutes cannot prove that secrecy of grand
of officers Is on the Bradford County Court set for 1 p.m. has not yet retained an attorney but next regular meeting of the council and the Lawtey charter call for Im- jury sessions accomplishes anything
agenda. Everyone invited. Call Ben Tuesday, Feb. 20. Is considering doing so. State At- which Is March 5. That will delay the mediate filling of a vacancy on the except to violate the freedom of
Holtzendorf for further informa- torney Len Register said Jan.29 if election until April. council via a special election. speech of grand jury witnesses.The .
tion, Ph. 9647961. Rosier apologizes,explains he didn't The midemeanor docket is arranged The U.S. Supreme Court has state of Florida lost an appealin
Rosier Is charged with violation of understand he was violating the law alphabetically by computer, agreed to hear a Florida case ques- the case before the 11th Circuit
Class of 1980... a Florida law prohibiting disclosureof the state attorney's office won't seeka takes IVfe to 2 hours to go through tioning the constitutionality of the Court of Appeals. The U.S. Supreme
the contents of law which criminal Court has agreed to scrutinize the
a grand jury session imposes
particular penalty. and there is a large number of cases,
The BHS Class of 1980 will hold constitutionality of the statute.
probing monies paid to former clerk's office penalties on witnesses who wish to
final preparations for its class reu- clerk Queen Robinson. The grand Rosier was Indicted Jan.26 and the county says.Rosler's reveal their grand jury testimony. Thirty-seven states as well as
nion, Monday, Feb. 19. at 7 p.m., in did not Indict Robinson but met suspended without pay Feb. 1 by sometime case the will afternoon.come up Attorneys for a reporter who federal grand jury rules, impose no
later during
the Western ;Steer Restaurant. and Indicted Rosier o had Gov. Bob Martinez who called for a wanted to write about his experienceas such secrecy restriction on grand
Come and help with the final' brought to the attention of the State special election to fill the vacancy. Reinstatement is possible if the a grand jury witness in the Tam jury witnessesLavtev .
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preparations.


Gator The Gator QB Quarterback Club... Club will Council Supports Rosier, Special Election Delayed .

hold its annual .
banquet Thursday, -- -
Feb. 22, at Post Headquarters Marvin Rosier, suspended Lawtey Chief Jordan's request, voted charter provides for a special election The charter provides for 30 days
Camp Blanding. Social hour at by Buster Rohn councilman was relieved of his unanimously to instruct City At- when a vacancy occurs and between the announcement of the
6:30, dinner at 7:30. 'CT Staff Writer duties last week by Gov. Bob Mar- torney Johnny Hobbs to contact the that he has already talked with the election by the council and actual
Everyone invited to hear and see tinez after being indicted by the governor's office in an attempt to governor's office regal ding the elec- voting The council, by taking no action
Coach Steve Spurrier. Tickets Chief of Police M.M. Jordan told grand jury for revealing Information delay the election for three weeks. tion. Hobbs said the governor can this ...week effectively extended
available $15 each. Call Hazel Har- the" Lawtey council Monday show Feb. S, concerning grand jury activities to a Visitors to the council meeting sup- reinstate Rosier regardless of the the time, unless action is taken in a
I want this council to its
dy, Ph.Q64-7451. respect to Mr. Rosier" by delaying Telegraph reporter, and possibly ported the council vote, without dIs- election if he so desires.council seat special council meeting.
the special election until finalaction others. sent. The meeting room was packed. Anyone winning the
on his suspension case in might serve only briefly, if Rosier is Rosier was not present at the
Baseball Sign-up ,court. The Lawtey council, In response to Attorney Hobbs said the town reinntatert. Hobbs .A ,i Feb.5 council meeting

for boys -. .-- -
and Baseball girls, ages registration 7-14 begins Tues., UCAP Debates Joining Opposition to ri-Uounty Solid waste vacuityCT
Jan. 16 and ends: March 7. Fee, $30.: .

Sign-up at Pratt Street Center or __ ____ ,__ .. ... ... .
GI U CAP 'd n', The r u..l ..", .M. ." 1' .Ir.. ..... .t. ..
old Armory Building. -r oar facility being located near the same press "r wj ing The citizens *iWIIISI "" lit*VMg i* o ..u..J.
IICT Staff Writer site.A. plant; is said; to recycle; 100% of solid; an attorney, has filed .or an Injunc- Polk County Is still on the top
Veterans Affairs... The United Citizens Against Pollu- special meeting of UCAP has wastes, thus virtually eliminating a tion to halt the solid waste landfill. burner for the hazardous waste
tion (UCAP), first formed in 1988 as been set for Monday February 12,at landfill. Wilkinson said The town of Raiford plant reported Dean Traylor but
The Veterans Service Office will an opposition group to the location of the Union County courthouse at 7:30 Goals of the two groups are the if approached by the citizens com- the consulting firm of Camp.
be open each Thursday, from a hazardous waste plant north of p.m. to vote on the question, "Should same, said Doug Wilkinson member mittee next Tuesday at the regular Dresser and McKee have been retained
a.m. to 4p.m., staring Thursday, Raiford in Union County, is now considering UCAP support a recycling facility." of both groups. "We are both in the town meeting, may decide to carry to draw up specifications for
Feb. 15. The office will move to the whether it should join a "1 like the idea of being for fight against pollution and if that the fight and they will need the support -
second floor of the courthouse citizens committee in Raiford which something instead of against landfill isn't pollution, I don't know of the committee, Wilkinson See UCAP Debates..P.J\:
north end.Upcoming.. is opposed to a tri-county solid waste something," said Sally Traylor, what is," Wilkinson said. continued.


Public meetings... scheduled In the City iviay Get Crematoryby .

coming Bradford weeks County are:School Board. Local Sales Tax To Be Studied by Committee
90 percent of the paperwork re-
luster Rahn
will meet, In the Monday Admin, Feb.Building 12, at, on 7 N. CT Staff WriterA quired to apply for the grant, and First meeting of a new committee to study a one-cent must be identified.such as a new jail,expansion of the
Temple p.m. Ave.Hampton crematory may be coming to asked the mayor to sign the local option sales tax is set at 6:30.m. today (Thurs1 thoiLse, or paving county roads.
City Council will meet Starke, says Ray NaviUky executive necessary papers, with council ap- day Feb. 8) In Sonny's Bar-B-Q Restaurant, 230 Commissioner Joe Riddick will chair the committee
director of the Bradford proval.The and has secured the following persons to be on the committee -
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m., in City S.Temple Aver, Starke.
County Economic Development Corporation council gave Its approval to : Starke mayor Vernon Silcox Hampton coun-
Hall.The Now River Solid Waste and will l locate in Enterprise seek $13,830 in grant funds for road A series of meetings are planned to acquaint comcllman Pete Thomas Brooker mayor Gene Melvin
Park the city owned industrial construction.The mittee members with the state law on Imposing a local Lawtey mayor Robert Scott, surveyor Pat Welch realoption
will meet
Association ,
in Tuesday Bradford park on SiLloos.Navilaky T.E.S. Co., owned by two sales tax. The committee will be asked In estate agent Susan Faulkner builder Warren Steven-
Feb. 13, at 7:30: p.m., to Wal-Mart Robert dealer
Jacksonville
residents Garrett.
plans manager car
recommend or to not recommend: a one-cent local opson.
County Courthouse.The loid'the SUirko Council build a 7 500 sq. ft. building, at anestimated tion sales tax. Byron Terwillegar retired stock broker Jim Gill,
Bradford County Zoning Tuesday, Feb. 6 that extending the cost of $500,000 and provide Florida Federal manager Linda Patrick builder ErnieA
Board will hold a workshop on the paving of L..M. dames Drive\\KU feet 10-12 jobs In the community.The local option sales tax Is subject to voter approval. Trieit. Keystone businessman Genes Adams, courthouse -
Flood Insurance Ordinance Tuesday M essential to the project,and grunt new building will be a state-of- Specific projects on which the inoiu-y would be spent employee Mary Stefanelli.
Feb. 13, at 7 p.m., in SIRrtl.OCity funds are available.NavlUkv .
Hall. I say his office nun dune


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Lawtey Council Says 'Maybe'.f..f. .'.!

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1h To Support of $35 Assessment

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assessment will raise approximately happens If Lawtey doeS not sIgn the
by Buster Rahn $40,000 in Lawtey Flynn and Interlocal agreement for the t35
BCT stew Writer about $300,000 county-wide. assessment for EMS funding.
Lawtey council didn't say "no," Cliff Chapman, director of EMS, Flynn Mid; "It's a political dec.
nor did it say "yes" Monday, Feb. 5, said collections average about 47 sion. Attorneys believe there is a
t to the county's $35 assessment proposal percent which is average for other defensible position for denying service -
for emergency/ medical ser- EMS Departments in the state. The but we hope the question does
vices (EMS. county has hired a person to work on not arise."
It agreed to allow Lawtey City At- collections Chapman said. Flynn said the county has a study
torney Johnny Hobbs to work with Wh Chapman explainedthe In progress 'In reference to having a
County Attorney Reggie Flynn in MSppulicy of transporting patients one cent sales tax on the ballot this
drawing an enabling ordinance, and to the hospital of choice, say- fall for funding specific projects; so ,
set up a public hearing on the pro- ing the medical technician makes far, jail construction and courthouse
posal. the final decision. If,in the opinion of expansion have been mentioned.
Flynn said the county isn't re- the med tech,the patient cannot sur-
questing an interlocal agreement at vive the ride to a distant hospital, Unfunded Mandates.
this time, but is seeking cooperationin the patient will be transported to Glenn Edwards director of NE
i writing ordinances and providing Bradford Hospital to be stabilized of Cities
represen-
information regarding the $35 before being taken elsewhere. If the Florida League statewide
assessment, earmarked Tor funding med tech feels the patient can be- ting the organfMtlpn.
of ,
tYv, emergency medical services (EMS) safely transported to the hospital of Florida League
v. for one year only, preference he will be taken November ballot will contain a proposed
said commissionershave amendment to prohibit un-
Flynn county
wherever he wants to go, Chapmansaid.
set April 1 as the anticipateddate funded mandates by the legislature.
for said the League of Cities
mailing assessment notices Edwards
providing time for the requiredpublic Veteran's hospitals are an excep- will kick-off a campaign in June, in
II Starke Elementary Fourth Grade Straight A's... hearings. tion. Since they do, not veteran's operate "every town and every county" in
rooms
Student?In the fourth grade at Starke Elementary Wilkerson, Beverly Williams Brlanne dill and When asked why the amount was hospitals emergency will not accept patients on the state, in an attempt to drum up
School making straight A's for the second six weeks Stephanie Gunter. increased from the original $30 to basis and must he support for the amendment.
grading period are (Ito r>: Back row: Sekennia Bell, Travis Crew. Kelll $35 Flynn explained that extra costs an carried emergency elsewhere until ar- Referring to the upcoming census,
I Front row; Crystal Melvin Cae Bedwell Brandt Williams, Heather Jarvis Morris Mahoney and Dipt! were incurred when the assessmentwas rangements are made for accep- Edwards said "The state loses $300
Jones and Kimberly Renae Morgan. Patel. delayed, and will now have to be for each person that isn't counted,so
Middle Wheeler absent. mailed separately! from the regular tance. be sure everone is recorded."
row: Carle Thompson Kim Pharls. Jessica Emily was $75 assessment for solid waste. The Chief M.M. Jordan asked what



. City- Back Hoe on Private Property.. Ignites- Dispute- at Lawtey.... Council Meeting 1

Lawtey's councilwoman weeks ago.Harris and saying he had used the back hoe week-end saying the council consider raise for School Bright moved to increase the '
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Lit Phillips and said she has received two on the week-end after getting ap- the use of city owned equipment permitted Crossing Guar Merle Mack who guard wages $1 per hour, and the
Laura Harris
I sparred vigorously complaints about use of the back hoe proval of councilman Delbert Jor- by town residents for a fee. has worked faithfully in all kinds of motion passed 4-0. .1
Feb. of
Monday, 5, over the use a city -
by Phillips. dan, streets chairman. Jordan said that Mack was once
Phillips said he intended to for weather, to safeguard children
owned back hoe used pay
Phillips on Phillips countered by calling the Jordan admitted he had approved use of the back hoe all the time. crossing the highway. given a $50 bill by a motorist for"do- ,
his property on a Friday, severalCrematory comDlaintants "nnsev neighbors"wheel use n'the back hoe hu Philli s on the ._ ._ __... h h IMF,.. M good .fnK_."*
un- u. -oJ p Chief Jordan asked" the council tu Mack ia Va.uJO; per our. -

Assessment

degree, "...but I can read and back it up.Kopelousos. minimum of discussion. dent for the assessment on jail (from page IA) write. then explained at operations.The .
Both and
"And where did you get your law length to Kelly the sources of Brown, for Kopelousos the city, and attorney regular Bradford County Rental Property Commissioners facing a budget
Owners Association favors the s shortfall without the jail operations
degree, asked Attorney Johnny Florida statutes on which he'd based
Kopelousos of Orange Park who "My opinion is on the line" said his recommendation to the county. county have told attorney commissioners Reggie the Flynn all EMS assessment, Starke real assessment, still must decide ,
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wrote the ordinance. an obviously irritated attorney Commissioners on a motion by ment be levied assess- esatate agent Susan Faulkner appeared \whether to cut the budget or borrow
can without
Kelly said he doesn't have a law Kopelousos, I have a $1 million Commissioner Wilbur Waters pass- referendum. a to tell commissioners. noney to get through the current
Flynn told
errors and ommissions policy" to ed the $35 assessment 5-0 with a commissioners there originally was no orece- The new$35 ordinance contains no I fiscal year which ends Sept 30.


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(from page IA)

no smoke stacks no smoke and no semi-trucks. of the road and the building within e> ..cj5 >
ernmissions, according to Navitsky. Navitsky says a federal statute, 4-6 weeks, and operational by late
Commissioner Bobby Biggs asked effective next year will render spring.city .
about traffic many crematoriums obsolete
resulting from the
Terence Brown said
necessitating new facilities such as Attorney
and told
crematory
was Navit-
by
the build the road under its
city can
the one planned in Starke.
sky that vehicles will be confined to existing contract with Leonard

vans and hearses, never large 18 Navitsky hopes to see constructionthen Moore, or put it out for bid. ,


UCAP Demtes 1 1

(from pot!!,_ ., DER may take up to 60 days for Traylor said. The company is trying 3
bids for a plant in Union County its review at which time DER will to accomodate the nest and still GI FTfi.L
should the Polk County permit be either issue an intent to permit or a build the plant on an 86 acre tract.
denied. denial of permit. By the end of May, "If Polk County falls through, its
DER has issued a notice of pro- something definite should be known back to Union County" said r
blems with the permit applicationfrom according to Traylor.The Traylor. A hearing on the Union '. ,
Florida First CorporationFFC County site will be held only after a I,
( ). FFC has until March 15 to eagles nest seems to be the only ,permit application is filed with ..l 11 nv.tfW' *>'I
peel 'rl
respond to the deficiencies cited major problelm to overcome, DER. .MF/.v( arY i

School Menus ,
SFCC Chooses Feb. 12-Feb 19 Cox Appliance f

& \
New PresidentBy Bradford Elem.&Middle School
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MONDAY: Chicken Rice 1/2 Peanut Butter Air Conditioning I
Sandwich, Green Beans Fruit Cup Milk.
a seven to one vote LawrenceW. TUESDAY: Whaler on Bun French Fries,Cabbage Service (tl .

(Larry) Tyree of Dallas Texas WEDNESDAY Slaw Fruit: Braised Jello Milk.Beef on Rice, Turnip '.. awauti t
"' J
has been elected to become the thirdpresident Greens, Peaches, Cornbread MIlk. -.
of Santa Fe Community THURSDAY: Barbecue on Bun Buttered Corn, EA plus I.,IIMiiiiiniAlJJ9,
College, succeeding President Alan Pears, Cookie Milk tUn oOO4s -
Robertson, who will retire this sprIng FRIDAY: MANAGERS CHOICE. souQ39
after 18 years as the college Bradford High School "it"ill \ V 1 12
president. MONDAY: Hamburger Gravy, Mashed 9O95
!>>
Potatoes Mixed Vegetables ButterscotchSquares
Tyree 45, currently chancellor of Hot Rolls, Milk
tile Dallas County Community Col- TUESDAY, Chicken Rice Cheese Toast
lege System, Is a Florida native who Green Beans, Peaches, Cookie Milk. Wndsoradan
holds two degrees from the University WEDNESDAY: Fried Chicken Baked Beans ? it
Garden Salad, Fruit Cup, Hot Rolls I Milk, Ai4
of Florida, and was formerly THURSDAY] Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Cheese IMBi CM..IS C.an ,
president of Gulf Coast Community Sits Cabbage Slaw Fruit Crisp.Hot Roll,Milk.FRIDAY CRYSTAL CREEl '

College welcomes in the opportunity Panama CityHe to become : MANAGERS A-la-Carte CHOICE. .,., .","II rg' LITER 169 :3 GtMCNON:: a j 'ELIJ, ;:: ,.

president of Santa Fe, even through MONDAY: Cheeseburgers, corndogs, trench CASE oo\. el4l"'T'R N : W
It could mean a reduction of salary fries, milkshakes, O J. Joe Cox.your Wendy repairman.Coll IINFANpEL 'terlV
TUESDAY: Milkshakes,corndogs,hamburgers, him today for r,
from his any appliance repair
present position.? pizza, trench fries.WEDNESDAYCorndoga I CASEoO Li2 e WHITE
"It Will be like coming back ; trench fries, hamburger Service & Repair on: t 349 Z'NFANDEL,
home," he said. Tyree is now paid milkshakes, O.J.. All Major Appliances t n U'tER 1"99 4..00 CASE FL
THUHUDAYiPlzza cheeseburgers,french fries, 6
CANADIAN Of flo's 359
chancellor C.SE S2.
(118,000 as in Dallas. O J.mtlluhakes, Conditioning Refrigeration 71.00 Ir:
Robinson's salary at SFCC is FRIDAYMamburger, french fries, pizza Eleclrfcol MIST .n.orl e8RIll'
$.104.000.Tyree's. milkshakes. a >el e"JlrritA OIIv
Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch tll eRose
7-to-l election by the eight- salad bar or la-carte.. -: :.
member Santa Fe Board of Trustees 4Gj12SL" 949sE
came last Friday in spite of almost tic 1I !0046994. ER 000/578 M

unanimous support of the college MM :f '
faculty for Dr. Robert Myers, who p : \\.otQ! N.".
currently holds the position of ex- 3 SISTERS CREATIONS t-'V1'74 CA OJL.
ecutive vice-president at Santa Fe. 213.75" 1799
Following his election Tyree said
that Dr.Myers: if he have position at the college." Just Cl\ .
what this might be is uncertain 107 E. EDWARDS ROAD LECTOIf 'rYt Il CeQars
since both men had said, if STARKE, FL 32091 ecHAB '
they would eliminate the elected A a 375 "L .BLUSH :..W/TwfST .
executive vicepresident.Bradford ((904) 964-3294 CASE 01' 4 5 39 .eRHIN CH4aa URGUN' OV

County's three membersof Roses $7.50 & Up Balloons 20.75 CASE .
the SFCC board of trustees, Pat EIt729
Farnsworth, Terry Brown and Valentine Mugs 28.50
Orlan Wells, voted with the majority your IpWENB U
for Tyree although Brown had Stuffed Animals Sweetheart q
earlier in the meeting challenged the M\CnELO 10NG i IGHT
board to choose Dr. Barbara pARK :
Brown Fresh Cut Flowers 1/akntine's 'Da .Rt-GU DARK SPECIAL
provost and vice-president for .L ,tIT Nt.CK ,.sE + i
academic affairs at Virginia State February 1 .OR ,'ONG c.se. 6-pt.tL 15

University Brown said that, accor- Sisters f ..._...4 FREE 6'PAK" FLEISCHMgN N ",
ding to his tabulation she was the o DELIVERYTOSCHOOLS 1,59 I- e9.1: .
clear choice of a "presidential c."r a IN 32.N riz 41 j"I
search committee" that had made oq NeD...... -m CITY LIMITS ievfto16 WSTIUED DRY .,. .
its written recommendations to the )
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board of trustees. JULIA ALVAREZ SUE TILLEY OWNERS Ot 1"G"T CASE OF LITER I= g99 r 4 1 .

.UGttT REGUL"R C.sE 83 OO ,

TRANSMISSION LINE MEETINGS TO TAKE PLACEThe eREg.'RA t yPAK GOL O .PAK 5Di: x f I:1 1 :,

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Rural Electrification Administration (REA) will be i 519 201 tflfessi CAN rum js. ..,. IIt4Mi11 .',.'

conducting public scoping meetings in conjunction with AMBlER 'SHVER / e. ........-. .
a proposalby
1.75 LITER T f' IRlarasxr a"1 GIN "

Seminole Electric Cooperative to construct 70 miles of 230 kV i .Wf4a lSfe"85i2i cA8E*.a4 ltd" hw *M- : .

tansmission line in the counties of Putnam -? J to flj SgaS.Vodka
Clay, Duval, and +1)LA" ,\ ti: ,
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possibly Bradford. These meetings will take place at 7 P.M. on 699\ rL.. i7s .
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February, 1990 at Clay Electric Cooperative and February 22 at LI.11*j-hsnKC.02.!FANS CASE! _. __i.a.ai_ Mrn'._ '',r i CASE P1tOOF aw

the Middleburg Civic Association .
Building. Government agencies, "''PO R'tED.-. .

other organizations, and the public are invited to participate in the eLiGttTC.SI AM sTEL pARK! '\.. .'',

planning and of this DARK PRICES BECIN :?, ":
analysis proposed project. 'A legal notice UGtt1& LAS j49 ;

providing more detailed information about these S 1.,15 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8th. :
meetings and the 15' .."p. 'IT l I THROUGH I

proposed project appears in another section today's newspaper. 's5LS: WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14th. 1"C6Pg9

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L of ICT Buster Staff Writer Kahn perimeter. $4,000 to the Downtown Progress work on the application mops and II*' >
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The Santa Fe The motion was amended to delete Committee for having Langston the grant Is not completed, the
Endowment Corporation on which the Downtown Progress Committee will
wants the old building is locale.Commissioner Associates, Inc. of Jacksonville to
Rosenberg write for the second repay the $2,000 loan.
Building a grant phase of
Mayor Vernon Silcox told Vernon Barber

the Starke Council Tuesday, Feb. 6. asked the commission to continuethe downtown The committee development.plans to ask for Shrine Parade... ca4jtA
Commissioners
Bobby Biggs and Schaefer Park between the
Ed Wall teamed on a motion to in- Rosenberg building and the $575,000, for use in improving John Nolan, president of the local
struct city attorney Terence Prown railroad. The Starke Kiwanis Club building fronts, some of which will Shrine Club, asked Mayor Silcox to
to prepare documents tranferring has taken the park for a project, to be spent as grants to building proclaim Saturday" April 21, as
the Rosenberg to the provide equipment and upkeep. owners, and some will be availableas Shrine Day. A
dowment fund. property en Silcox said he hopes to keep the low cost loans for new facades. Nolan also asked the council to

John Miller, a member of the park but the Kiwanis Club was advised Glenda Epps, chairperson of the petition the Department of
Downtown Progress Committee the park area may be utilized committee, said Mike Langston will Transportation to close US-301 dur
said the city may want to consider, for another purpose at some future cease work if it becomes obvious the ing the parade Insurance for the I t1 __
transferring the building not time. city cannot qualify for a grant, with event will be paid by the Shriners,
only, Nolan said.
the the cost not exceeding 2000.
complete have property,since the city If the city receives the grant as re- This year the parade will move
may land use outside for the small amountof Downtown Grant... quested, the advance will be returned from south to north reversing the I '1
the building The cltv voted to advance up to to the city from grant funds, If route from prior years. r

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-weiser- Wants $5UUU to Settle, County Says No I

Now builder Craig Weiser wants told commissioners jau. 14, filled with emu.i' untl, 2) .'I -" to dismiss the case without additional
$5,000 to settle the law suit with Weiser sued the county to recover suggestion of Kopclousos require i payment wrote Ross. Weiser
Bradford County recover costs ofa costs of pouring the second foundation covenants under which the countycan maintains the county was at least
second concrete house foundation on one lot after the county recover legal expenses If the partially at fault in issuing a
on a Santa Fe Lake Lot. issued a building permit in error. Tiuntv has to fake thp mAl'' building permit for the guest house
Commissioners voted Monday The county issued a stop work orderon court, and set a time limit, probably Ross wrote.
Feb. S, to reject Weiser's latest of- the second house on Little Santa 30 years and agreed to allow county
fer. Fe Lake when it was discovered the representatives visit the house upon The county zoning office'Issued a
"If he square footage of the lot was insufficient request. permit for two houses on the one lot
wants us to come with When i
up a resident on the lake notifiedthe -
for two homes. Kopelousos said Feb 5 that Welser
$5,000 I'd just
as soon see him in
office there Insuffi-
court." said Commissioner Wilbur Kopelousos reported Jan. 12 that agrees to the county requirements, cient zoning was
Waters whose motion Weiser has a buyer for the second but now wants $3,000 to boot square footage in the lot for ati
to reject two homes the
Weiser's offer was house on the lake lot for which the Attorney Jack M. Ross county issued a stop
approved 5-0 work order
the
Feb.5. slab has been poured, and has said Gainesville, who represents Weiserin on second house.
the use would be for a guest house, the case,wrote Kopelousos Jan. 31 Weiser tried to obtain more square
It appeared the suit between minus kitchen facilities.Commissioners that Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal footage on the lot by closing a road,
Weiser and the county would be set- agreed with the misunderstood Weiser's comments but failed. He then sued the county to
tled with no damages paid by the settlement on the conditions that: 1) regarding a building permit for the recover costs of laying the second
wunty, attorney John Kopelousos the plumbing lines for thfl kitchen he guest house. Weiser is not preparedthe foundation.



BUS Beats Vanguard, Bows to EastsideBradford I -' ; .;;
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High got in foul trouble "We just have not- be able to overtimes, stomg 12 of BHS's 17 thirds the way downcourt to Pedro .. ,". -. -.. ".! ., '.":
early and went down 81-68 to develop consistency," says Coach OT points. Sheffield scored the other Carter who leaped high to control I -
Gainesville Eastside in the Tornado Roland Cummings who wouldn'tuse 5. the pass despite a hard try to in- .
gym Tuesday right, Feb. 6. the excuse of Being flat aft i the Carter tied the first overtime with tercept, and drove for a last second
The Bradford five slipped from big win over Ocala Vanguard Saturday two driving layups. BHS had the layup, putting BHS up 82-79. What Is That Big Green Monster. .?
third to fifth place in Dist.5-3A stan- night. basketball above the rim but the Too many turnovers and missed
dings. BHS Is now 16-7 over-all and Unlike Saturday night there was winning shot wouldn't fall. A half free throws in the second half caused "RecydeMurou I* the ymbol chosen by NRSWA to repraent recycling In
5-5 in Dist.5-3A. Eastside improvedto no fourth period miracle. It isn't court shot by OV's Jeff Bloom ((24 the turnaround and lost the game, the trt'county area.Here RecycleMurouo Some UnderbiD)guewlng the
14-7 and 5-4 in Dist.5-3A,which ties often a basketball team can fall points), missed. said Vanguard Coach Jim Haley. OV weight of the baled phurtje Jug In the back of the'truck at the recycling fair.
the Rams for third place with behind 20 points and pull out a win. Carter, who led BHS with 27 was undefeated in Dist.5-3A gameson Saturday,Fe. 3.
Gainesville Buchholz.It Or'df.r4Hloh 211 II 14 40 points, took charge in the second the road OV.leads the Dist.5-3A
means that Bradford, in fifth 0.'..>vlU'"(....14. If II 14 M ., overtime. He drove in, drew up and play with a 6-2 record and was 15-7
place will probably have to travel in *.Ml!._Tnita......... "2''-''. _... Frwicta I.2'.',. hit a jumper from three feet out to over-all. BHS and Gainesville High
the first round of the Dist.5-3A Tournament /s1 1.1.2'.7.. tanto M4..11,1.11.1.Cl.r. put BHS us 75-73.OV's Bloom tied it were, at that point tied for second
..,.WIIII_. I 0-1.M..........0-1/4-1.WmM
Thursday, Feb. 22. First ......... ''-"2-U. Task H.1,U/2I-U. at 75 with a driving layup. place with three losses each.
seed, now Ocala Vanguard, draws a .OI......... ,."lf.,M .0/1.4. Owiitli MMlwrn Carter drove down the OV middle Haley thought it was a well called /

first round bye. The 2,3, and 4th 7 1-1/4-t//11.1*.. Km T tiy_Mchirton..... *?/"2.21.I). Jimmy.. a....M.. Ron... and almost got a layup to go down game. After several layups by Bradford's -
place teams are at home against the J../..II. M.,... ..,., I,I,".17. T.I.I.i. under heavy opposition. OV used a Carter, a Vanguard player
5,6, and 7th place teams. OV plus the n.2"".'. 2-3 collapsing zone to guard the mid- wound up on the floor with no foul
winners of the three games will ad- dle. This time a foul was called on called. The officials let the boys There no single cat called a panther. The name Is commonly applied to

vance Friday, Feb. 23, to the semi- BIIS 82 O.Vanguard 79 OV tall man Alvin Braddock. Carter play.In. the leopard puma, and the jaguar.
finals at the Santa Fe Community missed the first free throw but the first half BHS was a step .... .
College gym in Gainesville.The Donnie Francis used his hustle to made the second, putting BHS up behind and were beaten on the ., \ ,.' .., ,'.-.. .. -.. I,
light a fire under his teammates and boards. The difference _
ES loss takes some of the 76-75 with 1:43 remaining in the se- in the second ( \ \ -,,'
shine off a come-from-behind win the Tornado five came from 20 cond overtime. half was guard Donnie Francis
over Ocala Vanguard this week. points behind to beat Dist5-3A BHS also made it tough under the Sheffield's added contribution andbetter IT'S VALENTINE'S
BHS also beat North Marion 84-40. leader Ocala Vanguard 82-79 in two boards in the second half. OV Tornado rebounding, said DAY!
BHS has lost Its three last Tuesday overtimes in the BHS gym Saturday brought the ball down got it inside Coach Roland Cummings. Center
niftht gapr8168toES,56.43and .tOReggie, 3. and above the rim but couldn't get it, Wendell Hudson came through when February 14.
CMS, \-6o toOJTorestc Sheffield, who scored 18 of to fall two tries. Finally BHS center. he had to, said Coach Cummings.
Hr* *Wrj>verVanguard proves his 20 points in the second half, tied Wendell Hudson( rebounded decisively -- It BHS had Jost,its previous three tUHERE'S IW CARD .. Cr
trm on d-gfven night anytSam in the game at 54 with,a'three point with 49 seconds to play. J It Dist.5-3A games, 61-60 to .Ocala r SWEETIE? 'j 1
shot from the side sometime late in Forest, 79-58 to Gainesville
Dist.5-3A can beat any other, says BHS got the, basketball down in : "
the fourth period. The minute Eastside and 56-43 to Gainesville
digits
Coach Cummings,who points out the good order and spread its offense out __
district teams are pretty evenly are not working on the BHS clock,so to take away so much OV concentra- High. Perhaps the come-from-
matched. times in the game were not tion under the basket. Point guard behind win over Vanguard was what
available. Reggie Sheffield drove into the key was needed to get the team back on
Vanguard led almost the entire and hit a 10 foot jumper to put BHS course. "We're a good basketball
Upcoming... way however, 'jumping in front ear up 78-75.. team" said Coach Cummings.
BHS goes to Lake Butler this Fri- ly. BHS got within two, 20-22, but With OV down by three, Bloom BHS shot 73 percent from the field,
before knew it OV was back out making 33 of 45 shots.
Feb. you tried another of his patented three
day, 9, for one game with Class
2A Union High. frjnt'1:1-2O. OV was up by 12, 36-24.at point shots, was fouled and the shot ......04 High It 14 II 17 0 t 11

In its final regular season game, the half, and led by 17 points, 54-37, missed. With 18 seconds remaining Oe...'....V.nyuar10..... Nigh Tniln 01,,.!.(-1/1 10.II 10. De.f.,.0......1.7f 25%
BHS the following Friday, Feb. 16, after three periods. Bloom cooly made two free throws. I.011.4. ..gil. MwHMd. 2.2'2.20. r..... c....,
BHS was up 78-77 with 18 seconds ""''-27. ct....... Wllllwm 2.012.. K.vln r-lnch
for a return match with Ocala Then Donnie Francis came off the left. I.0-1.WMd.ll_...7.0/1 14.,.,...,4-I1/13-01. OFF
Vanguard.The .. _..
Ocoli J.H
Vxigiwrdi hum 11/7 14 a.
District 5-3A tournament is bench and BHS went on a 17 point Train Blye indbounded the basket- bin 0-1/1-1 _..Jnw!.1.'/"". Wllll....h.
set Feb. 22-24 to be hosted run. With BHS bucket after bucket ball to center Hudson and OV's Ron- 4-0-0. M........ .h...... I.011.2. Alvllt ......... t ALLVALENTINE'S ;:
by Buchholz High,probably in Gainesville. the crowd got into the game for the nie Jones tried to Intercept. With 17 ,../.....W.O'H'.I -0/1-10.,.,.,,, 14.(-11/11-71. '" ..

first time.Sheffield hit from outside. seconds remaining, Hudson missed BUS N.Marion 40 w DAY CARDS .. / '
Pedro Carter drove in for baseline :
the front end of the one-and-one. i
Bradford High led all the in
layups or would draw a crowd and way
Eastslde 81 BUS 68 pass back out to Wendell Hudson or Pedro Carter reached between an easy 84-40 win at North Marion
Eastside has been playing Clarence Williams for short two Vanguard players and kept the High in Marion County Feb. 2. ofI I
well lately, lays Tornado Coach jumpers,or the guards would pass in rebound alive flipping it back out, Six BHS Players scored in double
Roland CUmmings.of the 81-68 loss to the Hudson or Williams. whirling to pick up and tried for a figures led by Truin Blye and center ,m::
his Tornado five tdbk Tuesday night, BHS won the fourth period 27-10 to layup. BHS kept the ball up for two Wendell Hudson with 16 points each.
Feb. 6, in the Bradford: gym. tie the game a 66 at the end of shots, and Carter went back to the .......04 High M 20 10 10 .. 04ItonhMwkMlHIgh

ES beat Bradford 79-58 Jan.26 in regulation play. free throw line and made both .....*.... Might Tniln 1.I../14.-..14. Oonnl.1 t.....1 40, : THE OFFICE SHOP'L t
Gainesville.The Both teams missed game winning shots. BHS was up 80-77. 1..2. H 00'" U.ffl.ld 0.I.01"". ........ McN.ol'
Tornado five was up 22-19 shots in the first overtime, which Vanguard quickly got the ball ("".II, ,... C.m 10/14. c........ Willi..... 110 W. Call Street Starke
after the first period. But two ended 73-73. The difference was OV downcourt and center Braddock tipped (-0/1.10. K.vln. Mncb 0.1/4-11. W.nd.ll Hu.... 964.5764e 1989 H.1/mark/ Ca.d. Inc
periods of 11 each 20-11( and the ball in. BHS up up 80-79 with 30/2.10.T Mu 34,3.414W.N.r0 .
points was not as sure of Itself as earlier.At UtarlMi_Itayim 4-1/11.fttorltoii' Minion .
14-11, left BHS behind farther and this point the teams were playing on three seconds on the clock. I."...UtorcOullloiy. 1-1/4-0.1.,.ri...1. /I-0. :,,-....' :-; i.A i.-. ...; ',_.... .
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farther, and finally up to 20 points. an even basis. Reggie. Sheffield inbounded for Ti. 14/7-10 Mark W II. 2.01.4.7st.IO
Starters Pedro Carter and Pedro Carter was a wild man in BHS, throwing the basketball two- 1I.1-7n-IO.
Wended Hudson the bi"''"''eat scan,'" \ _
producers sat out much of the third .
period and some of the fourth period.
Kevin Finch fouled out in the third TERW1LLEGAR USED CARS
period. Carter and Hudson each had
three fouls in the first half. Hudson '
went out for good with about four U.S. 301 South 964-7200
minutes and Carter with about two
minutes remaining the game.
.. Hudson led BUS with 21 points. 1ITI1

Carter Five scored Eastslde a quite players 13 points.scored in 1tj a 4ji11Ti1i I I

double figures.
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CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
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NOTICE OF CLAIM
-TO. : TERRESA ANN KLEMMFERGUSONYOU
ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
dissolution of marrlog has b..n flied I
ogalmt you.You or.required to MTV a Call Toll-Free Call from
copy of your written clefen..a, If any to
the action. on .Petitioner. whote name GainesvilleIn
and odd.... I. THOMAS MARSHALL from Anywhere

FERGUSON. Lawtey Correctional (notitutlon -. Florida! 377-1O9&
".0. Box 229. DC/251770, lawtey
Florida. 32031-0329 on or before March 1-800-329FORD
06, 1990. and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court, either b.for.1rvlc.
on Petitioner or Immediately thereafter; 964-7200 209 W. MADISON.1im1D[ STARKE FL.
alherwlM. a |udaement will be entered 473-FORD
M the relief.. demanded In the petition. Starke
WITNESS my hand and the teal I of this Heights 3BS-FORD
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Unfunded State MandatesUnfunded

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little mandates.the Perhaps voter the Tax Watch, Inc. joined forces to supporta ,' : yl. ;" ,,1 ,.,' :. ....:
words to
mean average ,
but to county officials charged with the bill proposing an amendment to be .', I ,.t ,,';'i .,' ;'''..\!'
placed on the ballot for Florida voters.It .
for taxes to fund .', .
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responsibility raising "
county operations, those words have passed the state Legislature so the -.r, ,I. i-- .. ...... ,
petition drive suspended. .
was J '' : .
serious implications that jeopardize Therefore, Amendment No.3 will be :,( t-n' \

desirable county programs. placed before Florida voters on the 1990 '1' .

Unfunded mandates are programs election ballot in an effort to stop un-

mandated by the Florida Legislaturefor funded state mandates.If .

which funding is insufficient the or non- Amendment No.3 is passed, the Bald Eagles Making a Comeback; '.
existent. It isn't to say programsaren't state Legislature will become more accountable -
needed but the
or helpful, for its actions and the state's

should political provide body that funding initiates for the the program.program ability funding to will mandate be curtailed.programs, without. May Halt Hazardous Waste Sites. .'

Bradford residents heard little about
unfunded mandates in prior years In addressing the Lawtey Council,
because the county had surplus funds, County Attorney Reggie Flynn gave one Discovery of a bald eagle's nest on a have on placing a hazardous waste in- are now being flown to other parts of
example of unfunded mandates in con- potential sit* for a hazardous waste cinerator in that area. the country to hatch. Besides New
and was financially able to cover the ex treatment facility in Polk
County could
River Swamp, eagles have also been
flict oi interest cases. When two or more Camera
filmed
that result in crews scenes of
penditures. But is no longer the that area being
recently in the Santa Fe
sighted Swamp
are involved in a single crime bannedoramthis eagles nesting in the area, and .
case, and our county can no longer afford persons purpose, a Florida D s in southeast Bradford County.
the public defender may not be able to this week. newsmen interviewed opponents of the
programs that legislators from af- site. A Florida wildlife officer at the The Florida Game and FreshWater
fluent south Florida counties thrust defend both, since one violator may Raoul Clark of the Department of scene said the presence of bald eagles Fish Commission estimates that
upon us.Bradford. claim the other committed the crime by Environmental Regulation, said State in the area might be a problem In gel- Florida's present eagle population is
himself. In those cases, the Legislature and Federal wildlife officials will deter- ting permits for Florida First Process- around 1,500, making it the largest of
County is not alone in feel- mandates the special appointment of a mine whether the "threatened" eagles ing to operate. any state except Alaska. A survey
ing the fiscal irresponsibility of public defender.In are close enough to the proposed site to made last year by the Game Commis-
legislators, and seeking to raise taxes or prevent development.In sion found 439 active eagle nests in
finding new avenues of resources.In the 8th Judicial Circuit, a board recent weeks, J.L. Wilkinson of Florida, compared to just 88 active
negotiates the amount to be paid, and Highway 22VWest in Union County,has nests in its first statewide survey in
Polk and Union
1980, a law was passed by the currently pays $850 per charge. Thus a also reported lighting bald eagles in the
Florida Legislature limiting its ability person with four charges costs the coun- vicinity of New River Swamp, close to 1973.Eagles are classified by the Federal
to mandate without funding. the proposed hazardous waste site at Counties Both threatened
programs ty $3,200, even though two charges government as a species in
Since that time, the state has passed be and the other two may Ellerbee Curve on SR-121. Florida, and as an endangered speciesIn
dropped suspend--
Florida First Have 'emA 43 other
almost 300 unfunded mandates costing Processing, Inc., has states. Overdevelopmenthas
applied to DER for permits to.build a squeezed the majestic birds out of
cities and counties millions of dollars. ed.Flynn
doesn't have exact but multi-million dollar
figures, treatment plant 12 South Florida's Gold Coast by stripping
City and County governments are concerned thinks the county has at least one such miles south of Mulberry In Polk County. woodlands and robbing them of their
about what is going to take placein case each week. He thinks such cases The application is being reviewed by preferred) habitat. Eagles generally
the future. If the Legislature will not DER, which has asked for additional large number of protesting nest in tall pine trees at the edge of
follow its own law and new revenue cost the county more than $50,000 per data from Florida First before makinga residents of the Mulberry area feel thatit remote lakes, or other sites that offer a
not then it leaves year. decision to publish a notice of intent to has already been used as a dumping clear view of their prey... Eagle
sources are provided,
grant the permit. This ground for phosphate mining and reproduction is also increasing in the
process
Or the state tells the to
the state with two options: 1) cutting simply county chemical In
originally set for February, is now plant wastes. regard to the Everglades National Park, away from
programs or 2) shifting the responsibility increase its funding in certain areas. delayed until March or April. eagles, Grady V.Whitaker, president of coastal areas.

for state programs onto Florida's 67 One such area, indigent medical care, Until final action is taken on the Polk the Concerned Citizens League, The nation's

counties and 390 cities. which went up $100,000 this year, and County site, DER will keep the Union believes tervened that to keep providence the waste may plant have out.in- threatened in the eagle early population 1960s by was the
now totals some $250,000.The County site as an "ace in the hole" in widespread use of a toxic chemical;
political action committee, called the "They're not going to build it. If they
case Florida First falls
the Home Rule Committee, Inc., was state mandates and funds many through.. proposal try to move the location, we'll be there, DDT,which the eagles ingested in their
food. The chemical
too, he said.Florida caused the soften-
60 of the
totaling %
formed to organize campaign to programs, some With bald eagles entering the pictureat ing of their egg shells, causing them to
educate citizens about this issue, and initiate county budget, and commissioners haveno both locations, it is uncertain just First Processing officials say' be easily crushed, killing the chicks.
a petition drive to place the mandates problems with those. It is those programs what effect the threatened birds will they have already spent thousands of. DDT was banned In 1972 and the eagle
issue before the Florida voters required by the state, but im- have on either or both sites. dollars in studies and planning for their population began to recover.Since 1973,

during the 1990 election. plemented with county funds that keep Eagle Problem on TV "state of the art" incinerating: plant 4,472 Florida eagles.has produced an estimated
commissioners awake at night. Eagles on the IncreaseA
During the 1989 Legislative sessionthe The Polk County eagle's nest received If this rate of increase '
Vote for Amendment No. 3 inNovember. nationwide publicity when' recent Associated Press story,said ... _continue*, it
'yes" recently
Florida League of Cities, Inc. and -ABC-TV network,news did a special ,.the bald eagle population has rebounded Jmay 1OOII'bellfflcult:\ tb1 &to s'ffizar-

The Florida Association Florida report on the possible effect it would, > :* so well in Central Florida: iha eggs dous North waste Central site Florida.anywhere..-XT in Central,trr or


I Social Security Cut DebatedIn -

J( Letters to the Editor
'
his State of the Union address last (as many executives do) would pay only .

week, President George Bush took $3,924 the same amount as the $51,300 ,
Senator to task in wage earner. No fairness in that. '
Moynihan proposing a Legality of Special Assessment Still Debated
cut in Social Security taxes which have Senator Moynihan bases his argument, .,' ,:
just been raised another notch to 7.65per- and justly so, on the fact that SS taxes are

cent of pay for the employee, matched by TRUST funds and are not to be tamperedwith Editor, Dear Sir: which a county receives money through

an equal amount from the employer."Don't because they are placed in trust to The average citizen sees government licenses, sales, investments, etc., aside Southside Committee
meddle with the Social guarantee they'll be there when needed. be it county, city, state or national from the money given to a county by the Thanks Those Who ,>,1
Security '
these as a maze of mind-boggling contradictions Gave Their Support
The government must not place state to augment certain of its opera
tax, the President said or words to funds under a cloud of doubt. and complexities. At the tions. Clearly, from the intent expressed We would like to thank the staff at the
that effect. It's all right with Mr. Bush, same time, he i is overwhelmed and by state Constitution and statutes, Bradford County Telegraph for the excellent -
apparently, to meddle by raising the tax, distressed to find that he can't make his the state did not grant to a county news coverage provided to us
but not to lower it. views as an individual voter felt or to governing body the exclusive right to prior to and during out 30th .birthday
words in
Senator Moynihan minces no have his opinions and suggestions con- choose the special assessment fundingof celebration. '
Perhaps that's because he still wants to branding the misuse of such funds as) sidered, not Ignored.: This Is despite the projects instead of ad valorem taxes We deeply appreciate Mr;Matthews'
meddle by misappropriating Social "theft". At best, it is deception, when fact that he is the one who chooses the or both, without due consent of the efforts to enlighten us on South lde's
Security trust funds and use them to without using Social Security reserves, office holder, and the one that will be governed. history and early beginnings.

balance the budget (on paper), anddoesn't the deficit would actually be a staggering vide faced the with financing the awesome to cover what That it should not occur to the county Starke We are business very thankful men for to the funding following the

want to have them lowered $248 billion. been lumped together and called, in governing body that, just as sales tax cost of our school spirit buttons: Mr.
because that would make less money There still innumerable in these times, "mandates" so-called proposals must be placed before the Jerome Johns, Dr. Bill Marchese Mr.
available for his budget director, Richard are ways "orders from on high," which amountto voting public for approval,just so mustan Johnny Hobbs and Mr. Steve Futch. '.
Darman to play around with. Lots of which governmental expenses, especially more taxes, user fees, service assessment be placed before the To our Southside Elementary faculty,
people military, could be cut at this time when changes, and, yet, "special" public for approval before it is legally staff, parents and PTA, we extend a
out of have
government, gone to jail our one-time""cold war" enemies are too assessments.The adopted by ordinance: Both items are heartfelt thanks for enthusiasmand
for with trust funds.A taxation, both your
"meddling" extraordinary being out-
tremendous .
busy attacking their failing economies to reason given by Bradford County side the normal channel for obtaining support.We
warfare. Commissioners for the need for also extend a warm thank you to
waste
higher Social Security payroll tax is money on revenues.
assessment, (I assume this applies to WEAG-FM, ,WCRJ-FM, William
most unfair because the same percentageis Senator Moynihan's proposal would the solid waste assessment,as well), lathe Thomas Funeral Home, Channel 20,
paid by the wealthiest, as well as the serve a double purpose. It would protect budget shortfall in millions of In SummaryTo Gainesville Sun Lady Bug Florist,
poorest income earner. It is even more Social Security trust funds, and at the dollars. As assessment keeps piling up P.J.'s ,Sports Center, Mrs. Carolyn
unfair because the SS tax is imposed onlyon same time force real budget reduction on assessment, ad valorem taxes go up sum-up: the current budget seems Carver,' Mr. Tom Casey, Mr. Dewey
,
the first $51,300 of,wages. Consequently because SS money would not be there to .as high as the law allows extra sales to be badly thou t-out, and In many McKinney; Mrs. Myrna Hurse Some Mrs.
taxes are Imposed, and ff in future cases, quite "iff/, the legality of the Lucille.Payne Jones Funeral ,
someone earning $10 million a year cover up the revenue shortages.The the budget keeps iH rtfalllnl. way assessments were proposed to be Mr. J.C. Hobbs, Mr. Mark Frledli ,
into average citizen handled has been found to be more than Mrs. Laurie Wheeler,: Mr. Joe Gl sy,
the ranks of the homeless In fact "iffy",and the County Commission has Mrs. : Mullins, Burger King,
I Reagan Should TestifyWill there are many deficiencies In the current totally disregarded the will of the Wendy', McDonald's 'Mr. Jim Duncan -
Stchool
and past budgets, not the least of voting public. Bradford County Board and
which is failure to follow state our South lde Elementary Alumni. ,
he or won't he guidelines in preparation. Witness the What' can the average citizen do to Thank you everyone for helping to
judge further stated that "it wouldbe fact that the 196040 final budget did not protest such overburdening taxation make our 30th anniversary a success.
A federal judge has ordered ex- inconceivable..to exempt Mr. Reagan appear! for examination of the public and to keep such taxation within bounds Southside Elementary
President Ronald Reagan to give a from' the duty of every citizen to give until minutes before the last meeting prescribed by law? Anniversary Committee

videotaped deposition in the trial of his evidence that will permit the reaching of held to adopt it, and the that was only the 1. He can attend the regular county

former national security advisor, John a just outcome of this criminal prosecu- expense showing ad portion valorem; taxes revenue and portion special comml PROVIDED and voice his opi-
Poindexter; on charges of obstruction of tion." assessments was available only after nion- doesn't work an 8 Clay County
in with had been and the to 5 job that excludes him from atten- To Start'
justice and conspiracy connection In a similar case before tile Supreme the budget adopted, ding the commission meetings whichare Testing
Oliver L. North s role in the Iran/Contra meeting over. This effectively stoppedany ; Tanks,
Court in 1974, involving ex-President Nix- Intelligent criticism or comment usually held on weekday mornings. Septic
affair. on and the Watergate scandal, the from the concerned public. Budget 2. He can go to the polls and vote on Gene Bray, chief sanitarian for
Lawyers for Mr. Reagan promptly an- justices ruled that "...the general asser- figures seemed to have been juggled the taxation to vote-PROVIDED it is allowedto Clay County,' has announced'that a
nounced his intention to shield himself tion of (executive) privilege must yield to around to force them" to accommodatethe not go allowed a to,happen.which In this case, was program of septic tank'Inspectionwill
from by invoking "executive .need for "bottom line, seemed to have particularly be started on Kingsley Bake
testifying demonstrated
the specific vague, hard-to-ldentify titles, next April. "
privilege". evidence in a pending trial." seemed to move like chessmen from 3. He can recall those commissionerswho The Inspection project is a result
place to place, seemed to make simple have ignored his wishes EX- of the Surface Water Improvement
sent to Congress by ;r Although membership on the Supreme CEPT, since Bradford County is not a bur
The responses since arithmetic the scapegoat by its chartered this is Management (SWIM) passed by
Poindexter Included false denials concerning Court has changed substantially absence.As county, impossible the 1967 Legislature,providing funds
of the State
under the laws of Florida.
time in the Interest of seeing justice
that
North's involvement that had been, to water management districts to
in 1985 by Poindexter's served it seems that the same decision to the matter of keeping taxation 4. He can write to his state representatives test Improve, and maintain.the
to
sent Congress would be made today by,any reasonable within the bounds prescribed by law, George Crady and Chance Ir- quality of surface waters.
predecessor as national security advisor, the average citizen presumes his vine, or his. state senator, Sherry Inspectors have been hired to visit
Robert McFarlane. court. elected officers will always follow legal Walker, or the Governor Martinez, and every property using septic tanks on
In his own defense, Poindexter says When it comes to convicting or ex- guidelines set out for the governing in the case of what has been happening lakes and other waterways in Clay
ex-President honorating a man of criminal charges body. However, recent events surrounding in Bradford County, all of the above. County In order to conduct dye test .
he met regularlywith
that the ex-proposed $100 special After Introducing themselves to
Reagan during the Iran-Contra period that will affect his entire life, executive assessment would tend to indicate, at Julian D.Kelly homeowners of waterfront property"' ,
and that he (Poindexter) had authorization privilege should not be allowed to in- the minimum, serious legal disagree 400 South Water Street the inspectors will show their
from "higher,up" to make the false terfere in the course of justice unless it is ment about! categories that can be Starke,Florida 32091Editor's credentials .and place red, green,
He proved beyond shadow of a doubt, that legally assessed, with a lot of bead- yellow, or blue dye In toilet bowls,
that he did to Congress.
Note The
denials (
: County Commission
; to the validity of assess
of the shaking u any flushing several times. They may'also
such is vital to the security
Mr. secrecy also meets the third
of
Reagan Monday
that
believes testimony-from ment being made without the concurrence I place dye. in at least one sink,
and excerpts from his diary would cor- nation. of the people in advance of theassessment each month at 7:30: p.m.) drain. ,

roborate his clalms...IJ.S. District Judge We agree with Greene that "...it this to be done by vote of u a waterfront home's septic tankis

Harold Greene, ,in ordering Reagan to would be Jude ...! exempt Mr. the taxpayer. Mr. Kelly's opinion that special not operating efficiently and \is

testify, said, "in view of the prior professional Reagan from the duty of every citizen to Clearly,trw.tnw Florida expects a pie assessments differs from require the a vote opinion of the'pea.of two draining body It into will the be lake reported or other and water-the

relationship between these two give evidence that will permit the county to obtain funding for its operations lawyers who say a vote of the people.' Health Department will notify the.
men ... (Poindexter') claim cannot be reaching of a just outcome of this through ad valorem taxation on not required In the case of the proposed UWTMT immediately
dismissed as fanciful or frivolous." criminal prosecution." real property and/or through funds by (33 assessment.



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Social :Parties Meetings Nichols, Martin Wed .Tan: ;19 I[Engagements J 1


: ...
.;. Weddings'Engagements
Kimberly Ruth Nichols daughterof Two cakes adorned the brides
: : Buddy and Debbie Rule of Starke, table, one was pink and white; the "
: :1;, and John Mantel Martin son of Don- other was yellow and white.

I .QirtnsAnnouncements nie and Patty Martin of Gainesville, The bride's parents greeted guestsat
<,'."I" were married at Bradford County the door accompanied by her
It e : Courthouse,Friday Jan. 19 at 3 p.m, brother Andy Nichols Angel :
111s.
The bride's father, Buddy Ruis, Nichols sister of the bride, cut the
gave the bride away. Best man for cake.
the ceremony was the. grooms The wedding and reception was
father Donnie Martin. video-taped by Mittie and Marvin.
Church News Attending the bride as matron of Sellers.
........ honor was her mother Debbie Ruis. Following a wedding trip to
New Bethel The bride carried red roses with .Daytona Beach the couple will
Baptist Church baby's breath and white silk ribbons reside in Gainesville.The .
Welcomes Everyone to ServicesThe intertwined.A bride attended Bradford High ;,
reception was held at the bride's School and the groom attended April Ansell
public Is cordially invited to worship services at New Bethel Baptist parents home in Starke attended by Eastside High School in Gainesville.He James Whitehead :
Church on Sunday Feb. 11,11 a.m.The Trustees, Deacons and Deaconesses approximately 40 relatives andWoman's is currently employed as a
will celebrate their annual anniversary at 4 p.m. Rev. Craig P. Riley pastorof friends. carpenter. April R. Ansell,
Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, Daytona Beach and the State Mr.&Mrs.John M.Martin James Whitehead
music director of the Florida General ?.
Baptist Convention will be honored '
Announce Engagement

guest.The Winter Board Mass Choir who performed in December '89, in Starke ,... ,... ,... .". 'V' ,... ,... .... ---- .". The engagement of April R.Ansell .
will accompany Rev. Riley to this service. All members are asked to meet HourRegistration of Sarasota and James M. .
for rehearsal on Feb.'10.t 6 p.m at New Bethel Baptist Church. Mashell Brown Club MeetingSet Story Whitehead of Starke Is announced.n
Come onel! Come all! Help lift the name of Jesus. Honored-- ""-" *"- s.. for Feb. 14 April is the daughter of Ms. Louise : :

Voice of Deliverance Church At Bridal Shower The regular monthly luncheon Still Ongoing M. Ansell of Sarasota and the late .:
meeting of the Woman's Club will be Registration is still\ underway for James C. Ansell. .-
Announces Revival, Feb. 5-9 Miss Mashell Brown bride elect of held on Wednesday Feb. 14, at 12 the 1990 Spring Pre-School Jamie is the son of Stanley L. :,.
Voice of Deliverance Church announces a revival with Charles Williams Edward J.Porter was honored witha noon in the clubhouse. The Arts Storyhour at the Bradford County Whitehead of Starke and Virginia L. :
nightly at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5-9. Special Sunday services Feb. 11,with dinner at miscellaneous bridal shower on Department will be the subject of Public Library. Storyhour will con- Goff of Venice Fla.
12 noon and singing with Bluegrass Gospel! Hall of Famers "The Sullivan Saturday, Jan. 27. The gala affair the program and each member Is tinue through March 14, 1990. The The bride-elect attends Riverview .
Family" and "The Paul MaHarrey Family" at 2:30: p.m. was held at the home of Miss. Renee urged to bring some art work, knit- time for each of the Wednesday morning High School and Sarasota Vo-Tech in .
Everyone is cordially invited( and welcome to attend. Church is located in Wimberly.Hostesses. ting, crocheting, embroidery pain programs will be from 10:30 Sarasota.
Watertown East Washington. Street off 100-A, Lake City. Call 752-3138 for in for the evening were ting poetry or something original a.m. to 11:30: a.m. The bridegroom-elect graduated
formation. Renee Wimberly and Michelle you have created. Parents wishing to bring their in 1989 from Bradford High SchoolI
Bright. They wore peppermint corsages Louise Lyons will be chairman in three to five year old children are and attends Sarasota Vo-Tech. He is
Victory Revival Center with red ribbons. The bride- charge assisted by her hostess com urged to come to the library to sign employed as a technician with Alert ..
Sets elect was presented with a double mittee of Cuttino, Ida their youngsters up as there are still Alarms in Sarasota.No ,
Saturday Gospel Sing peppermint carnation corsage trim Shaw,Joella Hardy and Betty Haas. a few places available.For wedding date has been set.
Victory Revival Center of Hellbron Springs. Inc. will hold a gospel sing med with a white ribbon. more information call the
Saturday Feb. lOt beginning; at 7 p.m. at the Mason's Lodge on Orange Following an 'evening of games High-Speed Program Library<- Gwendolyn Brown,
Street, behind Majik Market; and prizes the guests were served Grearing-Up at Library Edward J. PorterTo
Featured singers will be The Thornton Family gospel singers and The many different types of' festive OF BUSINESS SALESavings
Gospel Sounds. foods. The dining area and living Wanted: Young Adults at t'ne: GOING out Wed Sat., Feb. 10
All proceeds go to Victory Revival Center of Heilbron Springs Inc. Rev. room was elaboratley decorated Library! So. don't be left behind in
W.J. (Dub) Thornton cordially invites everyone to attend. with red and white wedding attire, the dust. Fasten your seat belts and to 60% The wedding ceremony uniting
Mashell Edward
Brown and
featuring a bride and groom center prepare yourself for a 5-speed, dual- up Gwendolyn
Church Car Wash Set piece fitting for the occasion. overhead,supercharged young adult J. Porter will be held Saturday
For The evening ended with"advice to program.On EVERYTHING MUST GO! February 10, at 3 p.m. at Allen
Saturday, Feb."10 the bride" from her 10 guests, Feb. 26, from 7 to 8 p.m., the Chapel A.M.E. Church.
A church car wash will be held Saturday Feb. 10, from 9 a.m. til ?? $2.00 Bradford County Public Library will All friends and relatives are In-
per vehicle. All proceeds go to Victory Revival Center of Heilbron Springs Out-Of-Doors. shift Into a fuel-Injected program on vited to attend the ceremony and
Inc. Come on out! Is Setting For; buying :your first car. Standard next to Little Ceasars reception following,,at.Lawtey Cor-
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features include a four-barrellnor.! rectto.w Training venicr.CAPTURE
,Calvary Baptist Church Gainey Wedding mation team consisting of:
Offers Nationally Acclaimed Study .Ethel Gainey and Sharone Gainey 1. Terry Blakeslee, Orian Wells.
were united in marriage in Green 2. Lorna Reddish, Terwillegar
Calvary Baptist Church will offer THROUGH THE BIBLE IN ONE Cove Springs October 19, 1989 at a Motors. A HEART
YEAR, "BASIC STUDY",:beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 14, at the 6:30: p.m. ceremony. 3. Cathy Tye Florida National
Church. Rev. Smith performed the outdoor Bank
The 52-week study provides an overview from Genesis through Revelationof ceremony. The bride's floral com- 4. Merritt Williams State Farm WITH FLO
the major themes central purposes and chief verses of all 66 books of the plement to her outfit were blue and Insurance.
Bible. white flowers. Only close family Total package price for this sporty
The study is the first in a three-part series by Dr. Alan B. Stringfellow members attended this ceremony. new program is nothing FREE I So,
ialtse in Christian education, church administration and leadership cruise on into the Bradford County TsH
development for 35 years. Public Library on February 26,
For more information call.964-5863 or 964-4987. [ BirthsAlex ] where all your car buying questions, Just call or visit us

Black History Month ServiceAt answered.For"Bumper. to Bumper' will be today to send the

St. John Missionary ChurchBlack more information, call FTD Hearts &

History Month Services wi:: be observed at St. John Missionary at 3 Wade Wigglesworth 9644400.It's one program that is Flowers Bouquet forValentine's
p.m. Sunday Feb. 11. Youth of the church will be in charge. Rev. Willie G. engineered to smoke your tires I
Mavberry of Gainesville will be guest speaker. Week.--, ,,
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ou'AnuW. born January 17, in Gainesville. Honors Program and Honor Roll
Cam Ward son of Mr. and Mrs. Virginia G. Crawford, a communications joins a sister Sarah,7 and a brother, for the fall semester. Starke student flowers, it's
Robert Ward of Starke. has made major from Starke Bart, 18.Maternal. Robert Hollis Thorpe, son of Mr.and beautifullysaid"
the Dean's List for the fall quarter at 'was one of 102 students during the grandmother' Is Era Mrs. Robert D. Thorpe was among (!
Troy State University in Alabama. 1989 fall semester to be named to the Geiger.of Starke.. those honored. Thorpe is a graduateof
Cam, a freshman majoring .in Jacksonville University President's Paternal grandmotheris Bertha Bradford High School. ,.,;j'
Political Law was a 1989 graduate List which honors students for Wigglesworth of Gainesville. Brooker student Sherri Christine
of Bradford High School. He was highest academic excellence. In Harrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'WEDELIVER
elected Senator of the University order to qualify for this honor a student William M. Harrell is also among r
Student Government at Troy; for this must earn a 4.0 (A) grade point \ those honored. ,. ,. .
year and is a member of Sigma Chi average while carrying a minimum Stetson University is the first
Fraternity where he received the load of 12 semester hours. private university in Florida and is
Jeweled Badge award for having the Jacksonville University is a a comprehensive university with a
highest grade point average for private, independent, comprehen- College of Arts and Sciences, Julia's Florist
Sigma Chi Pledges for the fall sive university with an enrollment of _
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Cam has since been Inducted Into undergraduate and 17 graduate ma WHO'STURNING : ,
the Honor Society; at Troy State jors. LOOK i I 964-7711
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Southside Elem. School' News .. ..
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Soulfistae>< VfttMUeers dients of a school volunteer are a time and energies to help at Aa&I,
Fifth Grade News: The schoolwlde love of children and a caring and Southside. We need your help and Classified
spelling bee will be held today at Are Very, Very responsible attitude toward sharing appreciate the time you give us. IrGO'NGOur.OF'U' NE sS$SALEr-
8:20: in our cafeteria. Good luck to Special Peptl1 with others. If you are interested In serving as Get ResultsNeed I f t',
our students: Southside wishes to express ap- a volunteer, please call 964-6800,ext.
Mrs. Baker's class, Melissa Kim- School J volunteer* ere parents, preciation to our school volunteersfor 140. to 60% .' ,
brel, Trent Patterson and Chris businessmen housewives, the dedication and support they Savings up
t -
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Sembroski; Mrs. Blackshear'sclass s. have given through the years. Par- An Electrician?
retirees, college: students, and EVERYTHING MUST GO!
Tara Casey, Matt Odom, and ticipation in our volunteer programhas
Redding Mrs. Stroud's class others who give 0 I W\m elveS and
Andy ; results.
produced outstanding
Wade Huggins, Johnathan Turner their time to heM children.:\ Each efforts the lives of Call! DAN. WAINWRIGHT -
and Angle White; Ms. Wood's class. volunteer has lIotB tlMfig\ special to many children have been touched. 036 Yr*.Experience AU Types Electrical Work,
Erin Hamilton, Dewitt Revels, andKatrina offer. It may be a,' \\.I.ltlll or just Thank you for volunteering/ your Single&3 Phnaa. Reasonably Priced Work next to Little Ceasars
desire help Th\ main ingre
Yeomans. a to
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u. ', L. a -
from Mrs. Ferguson, Sllllll..n.Princlpel at ta.uE iel.alri
: In the past our volunteer

program successful at because Southside of has the been interest very : :i USDA Choice Beef

that parents have taken in our ;,
students.We .
share with you A common purpose
educating our children. We T-BONEOR
need volunteers to help the teachers a
here at Southside provide more personal a
assistance to our children.
Many children need individualized 1 PORTERHOUSESTEAK
attention and you have experienceswhich '
can help our children grow.
We appreciate your assistance,
because many of the programs
available to students could not be I.
provided without YOU.
Volunteers serve Southside' ,
throughout the year during the
school day and sometimes before or '
after school. ALL volunteer time is
appreciated by the school and most
volunteers serve two or more hours MON. TUES. WED. THUN. FRI. SAT. Lb
per week on a regular basis. A little
a
bit of time goes a long way. Althoughsome 5 II 1 e 9 10
volunteers are able to serve 11
almost day, the volunteer who
every Prices in this ad good Monday,
provides an hour or two a week or
month is just as important and ap- Feb. 5 thru Sunday, Feb. 11, 1990.
preciated. It is also possible to serve .
the school by activities in the home -
such as addressing envelopes for a
special program, helping prepare extra e s o
materials for use in the classrooms
or anything that helps the school and dean
the students.

their because Volunteers time they and are care very talents enough special to to helping people give I __, _

( _
Southside. If you are interested in oRi _
( _
serving as a volunteer, please call _
me at 964-6800, ext. 140 or contact
your childs teacher. If you are currently f --.J-
working as a volunteer. ,
THANKS.All -1 1 :: _
parents and volunteers are invited j -
to a brief meeting to be held i
Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 1:30 p.m. in Thompson
room 10. Please try to come and _
year make ever.this our best school volunteer Seedless

Mrs. Mangol's Kindergarten: In
January, we completed units on
health, nutrition, drugs and dental Lb GRAPES
health. We studied the four basic ,.____________ __-____'
food groups and talked about r=-J:xnei ne
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healthy snacks. We made sausage Extra Lean I GEl ,
pizza in class with the help of our w : Save $200 :
parent volunteer, Debbie Con- $ 2 9
naughton. It was delicious! We've RyISTYLE .
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talked doctors about that good make drugs us prescribedby well when COUN _r 11nM_- -.imill

sick. We talked about drugs
we that are can harm our minds and bodiesas PORK RIBS L__:.': ____:".: =.': ______

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of 24-0. never to smoke cigarettes.Dr. to .,., .r) ,a--, iylA.UY:
talk with Dennis our class Connaughton about taking came good Lean $ 68 Valentine ,..",
care of our teeth. We walked to Dr. Extra 1 ,,
office for tour.
Gray Flynn's a
Special thanks to Vicky Dyal for Whole\ Lb. Plants
showing us all the dental equipment.It .

was fun! _ 'lt
Mrs. Stroud's Firth Grade: Our
social studies class is studying the BOSTON \ {
movement westward in the United Mums Tulips
States. The dates range from the Frozen Grade A Snow White
early 18008 to the middle 1800s. Last W
week, the students dressed as Daffodils
4-7 Lbs.
pioneers moving westward on a BUTTS Average ,
wagon train. The wagon train made CAULIFLOWERDiet
camp and each pioneer talked about )) TURKEY Hyacinths
their experiences of the trip. They
also wrote poems and news articles

about Physical their westward Education experiences.News: B C

Southside's 4th & 5th grade.soccer $499
teams traveled to Hampton Elem.on .
Feb. 1. The teams returned with Lb. 99c
two wins, no losses and two ties. $118
Everyone from our school did a
great job and had a great time. Lb.
We would like to thank Coach
Steve Acree and the Hampton
Elementary staff for hosting the "
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games. Head
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March 22 at Lawtey Community
School for the Physical Fitness
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Scott Godwin, Melinda Hughes,Jenny
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Wednesday Feb. U, school :
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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURERural yule Electric Authority' to serve only the NOTICE -

REGISTER Electrification Administration Black Creek substation and ( Hellbron Springs Volunteer Fire S
e) upgrade _
f I [( Legal Notices FICTITIOUS NAME Seminole Electric Cooperative, 'Inc. 69 kV ...btran 'nr..lon system and con Department has mode application for "w ,
) AGENCY: Rural Electrification Administration .true! a 230 kV Intercoinect between SPECIAL EXCEPTION for Essential Services .
Pursuant to Section 869.09, Florida Jacksonville Electric Authority and the to the Bradford County Board of ;Si .
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ACTION: Notice of Intent to Hold Scop. Black Creek substation Adjustment on property that Is classified': ':
.undersigned' Christopher L. Le, Rl. 9, Ing Meeting and Prepare an Environmental Public scoping meeting will be heldat OR and described below "''t .
1.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Box 1 1 22, No. 56, lake City FL 32055 and Assessment and/or Environmental Clay Electric Cooperative, Highway Parcel006070.00500 In Section 36 ...
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL being more particularly described as Donna M. Lee, RI. 9, Box 1122 No. 56 Impact Statement. 100 West Keystone Height, Florida at Township 5, Range :21. Approximately -r.
CIRCUIT OF THE follow: lake City FL 32059 joint owners, doing SUMMARY: Notice Is hereby given that 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday February 21. 2.5 acres 6 miles West on SR 16. .
OF FLORIDA STATE For point of reference commence at business under the firm name of AUDIO the Rural Electrification AdministrationREA 1990 and at the Mlddleburg Civic The Bradford County Zoning Board will .'}'
BRADFORD IN AND FOR the SW corner of said Section and run SOUND DESIGN 864 North Temple ( ), pursuant to the National Environmental Auditorium Building 2102 Palmetto review the application and make a ,
CIVIL COUNTY thence East along the Southerly boun Avenue, Suite A, Stark. Florida 32091 Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) Street Middleburg Florida ot 7.00 p.m. recommendation to the Bradford County "J: ..\
CASE NO.DIVISION 89. dory of said Section a distance of 274.9 Intend to register sold -fictitious' name ((4? U.S.C. 4321 et seq), the Council on on Thursday February 22 1990. Board of Adjustment for their public it
MID STATE TRUST II 432: CA feet more or less, to the Westerly boun under the aforesaid statute Environmental Quality (CEQ) Regulations Comments regarding the proposed hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m.. In the 5 :..
Delaware Business a dary of the right of way of State Road Dated this :25th day of January A.D.. for Implementing NEPA ((40 CFR project may be submitted orally or In Commission meeting room of City Hall ,".
TrustPlaintiff No. 200, run thence North 32: degree In Bradford County Florida Parts 1500.150(1)). and RLA Environmental : writing at the scoping meeting or In 209 N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. .....
v*. and 42 minutes East along said Westerly 1/254tpd2/15 Policies and Procedures ((7 CFR Part writing within 30 days after the February on Tuesday February 17. 1990. At this r
CLARA E. boundary a distance of :247.23 feet to a '- -. 1794)) may prepare a Draft Environmental 22 meeting to REA al the address provided time, all persons will be heard concernIng .,: :'1
.. LEE concrete monument on the Northerly Impact Statement (DEIS) and subsequently In this notice.Government. this application as specified In the "
". a Defendant single woman. boundary of the right of way of a graded NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO a Final Environmental Impact agencies, other Bradford County Zoning Codes ,IJ.
road for point of beginning Prom pointof REGISTER Statement (FEIS) for its Federal action organizations, and the public are Invitedto Director B.C.B. of ADJ ;j.
beginning thus described continue FICTITIOUS NAME related to a proposal by Seminole Electric participate In the planning and 1 tchg 2/08, Cont. No. 373 ul..
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT North 32 degrees and 42 minute East Cooperative. Inc.. (Seminole) of analysis' of the proposed project. Issuesto P.O. Number 3836 :
along sold Westerly boundary a distance Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Tampa Florida to construct a 230 kV be discussed at the "
TO CLARA E. LEE. If alive or dead her ol. 289 feet to a concrete monument, run Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the transmission line project REA may consider Include, but are scoping not limited meetingsmay to, NOTICE OF APPLICATION ;Q
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, thence North 88 degrees and 58 minutes undersigned' Robert G. Norman and providing financing assistance, determination of the project scope the FOR REZONING AND AMENDMENT .,:t:
grant., creditor and all other parties West a distance of 278 feet to the Easter Richard G. Norman P.O. Box 546 construction approval and/or approvalof nature and extent of reasonable alternatives TO THE LAND USE PLAN .
claiming by through under or against ly boundary of the right of way of lowtey, Florida 32058 joint owner, doe contractual agreements between Identification of environmentalIssues An ORDINANCE amending the Com. '. .:
Former State Ing business' under the firm Seminole and other that would and prehenslve Land Use Plan Element and
her.Whose Rood No. 13.: run thence In name of UNCLE parties the scope of those Isiues, and ":.It
Residences are unknown. a Southwesterly direction along said OSCAR'S VARIETY STORE Hwy 225 result In construction of the project. other reviews or studies that REA or Map by Bradford County Florida in accordance .:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Easterly boundary and along the arc of a 4 MI. West of Lawtey Lawtey. Florida Notice Is also given of public scoping other Federal State of Florida or local with the local Government ./
to foreclose a mortgage on the curve, said curve having a radius of 32053 Intend to register said fictitious meetings to be held in conjunction with agencies may conduct.To Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as :. .
following property In Bradford County 1861.82 feet and being concave to the name under the aforesaid statute. the review of the possible environmental be presented at the meeting will bea provided for In Chapter 163 of the ...,.
Florida to-wit: West a chord distance of 187.6 feet to Dated this 16th day of January A.D.. consequences and the determinationof Plan of Study which Includes macro- Florida Statutes .
Section :25 Township 5 the In Bradford TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other ,
South Range Northerly boundary of the right of County Florida. potentially significant environmental corridor maps prepared by Semlnole and
:22: East located In the South 1/2: of the way of aforementioned graded road 1/25 4tchg 2/15 issues associated with the REA Federal Environmental' Consulting and Interested persons. .' ..,
SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described as: said chord bearing South 10 degrees action related to the proposed project Technology, Inc.. and an Alternative You and each of You ore hereby and : ..'
Commence at the point where the North West, run thence South 67 degrees and 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: The Evaluation prepared by Seminole. Both herewith given notice In accordancewith .. ,
ROW line of a county graded road (which 40 minutes East along said Northerly JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN AND FOR primary point of contact for this projectIs documents were reviewed by REA. The Florida Statutes that the Board of .. ,..-
runs along the South edge of the SE 1/4 boundary distance of 167 feet to BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA Mr. Alex M. Cocksy Jr.. Director Plan of Study and Alternative Evaluationare County Commissioner of Bradford
of SW 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly ROWof beginnning pointof CASENO89582CACOMMUNITY : : Southeast Area .. Electric Rural Electrification available for public review at REA or County Florida have designated the '

SR-225.: : : run thence West along ROW ha. been filed against and STATE BANK OF STARKE Administration room number Seminole at the addresses provided Bradford County Zoning and Planning .. ..
of graded road to the point where it Intersects required to serve a copy you of your you written are Plaintiff, 0270. South Agriculture Building 14th herein. They can also be reviewed at the Board to conduct a public hearing at a .'".
the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 defenses, If any to It, on R. TIMOTHY vs.GENE and Independence Avenue, S.W. following libraries: regular meeting h.ld at 7:00: p.m. in the .
for FOB. From FOB continue West along PETERS. Esquire, Plaintiffs B. VANZANT. NORMA J. VAN. Washington, D.C, 202501500. telephone Putnam County library System 216 Council Room of Stark.City Hall Starke. "
ROW 80 feet; run thence North parallelto whose address Is: attorney 2ANT BERYL E. BLEWETT. BOB WRIGHT number ((202)) 382.8436. For informationon Reid Street Palatka Florida 32177; ((904)) Florida on Tuesday February 27. 1990 :
the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. :250 587 South Duncan Avenue HOUSING CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE specific aspects of Seminoles proposal 329-0126. and make a recommendation to the
feet; run thence East parallel to ROW Post Office Box 6316Clearwater INC.. and CITY OF STARKE contact Mr. Mike Opalinskl Haydon Burns Main Library 122 North Board of County Commissioners and the
80 feet; run thence South to ROW :250 Florida 34618on Defendants Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc., Ocean Street Jacksonville, Florida Board will consider on Wednesday
feet to FOB. or before 16313 North Dale Mabry Highway P.O. 32202: ((904)) 630.2665. March 21, 1990 at the Commissioners '
has been filed against you and you are file the original February with the 23 1990 and NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Box 272000 Tampa. Florida 33688.2000, Clay County Public Library Orange Room of the Bradford County Courthouse .
clerk of
this
telephone' number ((813)) 963-0994. Stark., Florida at 7;30 on
required to serve a copy of your written court either before service Park Branch 2054 Plalnfleld Avenue, p.m.
on Plaintiff'sattorney Ordinance
defenses If any to It, on the Plaintiff'sattorney or DEFENDANTS: SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Orange Park Florida 32073, ((904)) relating to:
Immediately thereafter, Seminole Th. rezoning of the following describe
whose GENE B. VANZANT tentatively proposes to construct 2649764.
and address
Harry M Hobbs name, Esquire is: otherwise, a far default the will be ..nt.r.dagaln.t NORMA J. VANZANT and approximately 70 miles of 230 kV Bradford County Public library 105 ed property and amending the Comprehenslve .

Harry M. Hobbs, P.A. the complaint you relief demanded In BOB WRIGHT HOUSING CENTER. transmission line The study area includes East Jackson Street Stark. Florida Land Use Plan to. provide
or that
petition. land currently zoned RSF MH and
P.O. Box :20448 RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. portions of Putnam Clay Bradford 32091: ((904)964-6400.)
Tampa Florida 33622: -0448 the WITNESS Circuit RAY NORMAN as Clerk of AND ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY and Duval Counties The line would From information provided In the Plan designated by the plan as Residential
Court and the seal of said CONCERN begin at Semlnole. Putnam Single .. be rezonedto
: electric of
County Study the Alternative
and file the Evaluation Input
original with the Clerk of Court at the designed
Courthouse
at Starke ILW and
the above styled Court on or before Florida. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to generating plant located near from local. State of Florida and Indu.trlal/Llght
March :2, 1990 otherwise foreclose mortgage to the following property Palatka Florida and traverse In awesterly Federal agencies' and the public & Warehousing the property of Darby
; a Judgementmay DATED this 26th
day of January 1990. Bloodgood described as follows Parcel
be entered In Bradford County Florida: direction to Clay Electric Seminole will prepare an Environmental :
relief demanded against you for the RAY NORMAN Commencing at the NE corner of NW Cooperatives Rivervlew and Florahome Analysis to be submitted to REA for 105552000000 In Section 13. Township
Petition. In the Complaint or Clerk of the Circuit Court 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 3, Township 7 substations located near Palatka and review. Upon review of the Environmental 8, Range 22 East 90'x310,09'. located on
By Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk Florahome Florida State Road 100 South 9 miles on the left
WITNESS hand South Range 22: Ea.t and run South 400.2 respectively The Analysis and other Input REA at this
Court my : and the seal of said 2/01 2tchg2/08.: : Cont No. 360 feet for FOB thence continue South line would cross Into Cloy County and point may determine to directly begin You are further given NOTICE that a
on 22 1990.
January
of
228.8 feet thence West 116.6 feet to connect to Clay Electric Cooperative'sKeystone preparation of a DEIS. If significant' effects copy said proposed ORDINANCE is
HON. RAY NORMAN East ROW line of State substation located available for your inspection at the office
No. evident
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Highway 100 near or. not based on a reviewof
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT REGISTER thence In a NW'ly direction along said Keystone Heights Florida. This sectionof the Environmental Analysis and other of the Director of Zoning and PlannIng
By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk FICTITIOUS NAME ROW to said State Road No. 100 '190 the line would replace an existing 69 relevant Information REA will preparean City Hall Thompson Street Starke.
2/01 4tchg 2/22, Cont. No. 359 feet thence East 195 feet to POB all of kV transmission line and remain on the environmental assessment to determine Florida.
f__ Pursuant to Section Florida sold 'land lying In SE corner of NE 1/4 of same right-of-way No additional right- if the preparation of an Environmental Each and every person having any Interest ,
86509
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NW whatever In the of thl.prapo..d .
1/4 of SW 1/4. said Section of would be enactment
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the way clearing required Impact Statement (EIS) is
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Township and From the ORDINANCE should appear
Range.has Keystone substation the line warranted
CIRCUIT CIVIL undersigned' Dan Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 and be heard at the time and '
NO. 89.449.CA (US 301)), Starke, Florida 32091 and been filed against you and you are would traverse In a northerly directionto Should PEA determine that the place
FORTUNE SAVINGS BANK etc.. required to serve a of written Clay Electric Cooperatives Block of EIS is not prescribed
Elaine Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301)), copy your preparation an warranted it Board of County Commissioners
Plaintiff Starke, Florida 32091 joint owners, doe defenses If any to It on Johnny R. Creek Substation located north of Mid- will prepare a Finding of No Significant Bradford
vs. Ing business under the firm of ACE Hobbs, Jr., Esquire, plaintiffs attorney dleburg Florida and on to Duvat County Impact (FONSI). The FONSI will be made County, Florida
J.G. WILSON et al.. name whose address I I. P.O. available for and IIchq 2/08' Cont No. 365 ,
Box
TOWING Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301)), 938 Stark. terminating at Jacksonville Electric public review commentfor
Defendants. Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to register Florida 32091 on or before March 2, Authority Firestone substation locatedIn 30 days. REA will not take Its final action STARKE
NOTICE OF ACTION said fictitious under the aforesaid 1990 and file the original with the clerkof Jacksonville, Florida. The section of related to the project prior to the
TO JEAN M. WILSON.- Route 1. Box statute. ._..name this court either before service on line between the Keystone andFirestone .expiration of the 30 day period. CHURCH OF GOD
68, Lawtey Florida 32058 Dated of Ayer plaintiff attorney, or Immediatelyls substations would require new Any tlnol action by REA related to the 422 N.St.Clair 964-9449
t YOU ARE MOTIFIEDMrat action to thl23rd( : day January, A.D., "' e-Jefcttlt. ** proposed project will" be. subject to,.and .
an In Bradford fsit. "" wilK be right-of-s ayss i **- ?-*" "
foreclose a mortgage lien on the follow County, FlorldvT-'fV. .. : cMNsredagainst 'you for1.the relief Alternatives to.be considered by REA ,contingent ,upon,.compliance with all John Spraflln Pastor .'
I ing property In Bradford County Florida: 'l/S54tp32/13: demanded In the complaint or petition. and Seminole may include among other relevant federal environmental laws We! Invlta you to worship with us

A parcel of land containing 1.13 acres, DATED this 22nd day of January. 1990. options: ((0)) no action (b) upgrade 69 kV and regulation and completion of environmental Attended Nursery
more or I.... In the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 RAY NORMAN subtransmisslon system (c) Interconnect procedure as prescribedby Sundsy School ...... .. .. .. 10 am
of Section 26 Township 5 South Range A.Clerk of the Court directly with Jacksonville Electric CEQ and REA environmental policiesand Morning Worship .. .. .. .. 11 un
j 22 East Bradford County Florida and By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk Authority (d) Interconnect with Jackson procedures as applicable. Evening ServIce .. 6 pm
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Payl) Assemble products g7 RENTSPECIAL$5.000ffCurrent ;PAINTED AND EXTRA
DO HOUSECLEANING at reason- ( Rentl): STATE EMPLOYEES,need home close
Details. ((1)) 602-839-8885. a CLEANI.Have two 3 BR homes.OneIs
17283. 15 able rates. Call 473-0036 between WANT TO DRINK, THAT'S Room with bath a AC,$50;$53 w/tax; to your work? We have dean mobile just right for you Just what you've
ANYON CAN APPLY: hours of 6-8 p.m. 17 YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO Room with Air Conditioner,$40,with- homes available call 468-1323. TFN been looking for. Stove and refrig.
SEWING MACHINE STOP? THAT'S OURSI' out bath,$42.40 plus tax;Room with- 13
US Even with fu Call
MC Charge. n. 964-5377 after 5:30: p.m.
No one refused.Call 1- SALES AND SERVICE: All makes Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619. out bath, without air conditioning, 3!3R,2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand 13FURNISHED
ext. U4424. 15 and models cleaned, oiled and adjusted 964-4150, 964861417 $37.50 A 39.75 with tax.MAGNOLIA new. 101 t-B W. Pratt St. $500Mo.Ask .
CASHIER/CLERK $15. New and used sewing A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: HOTEL,137N.Walnut Street Starke, about lease-punchaseoptlon.- CLEAN 2 BR MOBILE
Experience
Serious interviews: only machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan Australian, European, Scandinavian. Across from the Post Office. 8073.TFN 13 HOME:Close to shopping center. No
Road)964-8733 TFN 17 Japanese high school exchange students 13 WALDO VILLAS NOW RENTING pets. 964-8810. 13

in Pep-O Food and : TRAILER
person IN
3 BR 1 BATH HOME:Carpeted. Room to COUNTRY: 2 Bedroom
S. Walnut St. (across from ) : zippers, hems, button- arriving In August. Become a roam or farm.$345/Mo. plus deposit Townhouses, starting at $210/Mo. 60x14 clean, nice yard w/sldewalk.
PART TIME HELP holes, patches.etc. Drop off and pick Student Host Family/American Intercultural One year tease.4 miles north of Starke Equal Housing Opportunity.For more Quiet area.One child min..$245/Mo.
Lanes.Apply Thursday up. 7 days a week.7am-8pm.964- liNG.17 Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- on US 301 to NE 50th St Follow signs Information, call 468-1971. plus dep.Meng Dairy Road 21st St
Friday 12 noon til 6 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from 13 Call 964-6714 after
p.m. on NE 11th St. 17780314. 4 p.m.13
PIANO COURSE: The Gene Beard 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOUSE
calls. 15 Southslde Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN 13 on Santa
HAVE FUN EARNING 17 Method. $15.00 complete. Play 100 3 BR DOUBLEWIDE Fa Lake. $650/Mo. Call 1-765-0213.)
PRIZES,be an Avon : Cut brick and stone; under- songs first week. Write Gene Beard, erator.No Inside : Stove and refrig- 13
On
lot
pets. one acre
Hickory Flat MS 38633. No charge
For information, call pining trailers. 782-3610. 17
on Griffis Loop. Available middle of
3068. TFN 15 DO HAULING:Any type needed.Call for blind people.Phone 6013336662. February.$300/month$150 deposit Scouts of AmericaTo
THE CITY OF STARKE Is 782-3084 anytime. TFN 17 17BARNES Call 282-7117. 13 Boy
for the WASHING: Houses, side- STUMP GRINDING: Work
applications position 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. No chil-
Driverwith the Sanitation walks, driveways. Roof Repairs. Call guaranteed.Free estimates. 24-Hour dren. 782-3344 or 7823942. 80th Birthday :
Must have a valid Florida 964-6341. Terry Parks. TFN Service. 259-4749 or 2594812. 13 Celebrate
License,graduation from IN MY HOME Infant 17CLEANING EFFICIENCY
: to ROOMS on US 301 Southof
SERVICE Best
preferred. Apply at the school age. 6 am -6 pm Mon.-Sat. for free estimates.:964-9186 prices., ask Call for Starke.Clean,quiet,heat&Air.No The Boy Scouts of America will'be Feb. 9: BLUE AND GOLD
Hall Personnel Office. AWARDS BANQUET for Cub Scout
Debbie 964-6341. tin 17 Julie. 17 pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. celebrating its 80th birthday Thurs-
for this position will close at LINK FENCE:installed.Free esti 13LOW Pack 367 at Southside Elementary
day, 8. The week of Feb.
Friday. February 9, 1990. mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., DAILY WEEKLY RATES Color February School cafeteria 7:30: p.m. Scouts,
4-10 has
THE CITY OF STARKE Is owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. cable TV w/ESPN,Kitchenette rooms been designated as Scouting please wear your uniforms. Parents,
applications for the TFN 17 available. 782-3332. Lawtey. Anniversary Week. In order to com- please bring a covered' dish, as re-
borer with the Street 13 memorate this special occasion,Cub quested below to this important oc-
Must have a valid Florida LET self-esteem YOUR sink CHILDS GRADESand ClassifiedAds 1 BR APARTMENT: Just remodeled Scout Pack 367 will have some coor- casion. Scouts will receive the
License,graduation from 15'I 964-8594. TFN 17 this year. Call central heat and air.Walled patio with dinating activities. awards they have so earnestly earned I
preferred. Apply at the DRILLING, PUMPS & SERVICE Get Results storage area.Off-street parking.964- Feb. 4 or 11: Have Cub Scouts as will others.
Hall, Personnel : their uniforms to church.
Office. wear
Durrance Pump & 8601. tfn 13AFFORDABLE_ Bobcats, Salads; Bears,
Supply Co, Water
for this position will close at systems Feb. 5: Some Cub Scouts wore Vegetables; Webelos, Desserts. The I
specialists. 864 N. Temple
9, 1990. I their uniforms to school.
Friday February
US Cub Pack will
Ave 301, Starke. 32091 TFN provide BBQ chicken,
REAL ESTATE LICENSE I
Feb. 4-10: Enjoy the display at rolls drinks and ill goods.
4 weeks.call 1-755-4040. Chastain's paper :
T.H.E.APARTMENTS. Jewelry in downtown Please RSVP to your Cub's den I
TYPIST Estate:$500 College.Weekly TFN at home. SEWING FLOOR SUPERVISORGreat Starke. leader as soon as possible.. I I,

mation,send stamped 922 E. Brownlee St.
envelope to:A. Regina
Montana Trail, Keystone time to make a change.An Camp Blanding Rd. RENT SPECIAL NEW RENTERS
32656. 15
time offered in 20 ONLY
opportunity-first
ATTENTION EARN MONEY Starke, Fl. 32091
AT HOMEI
32.000/yr
tial. Details. 1- yrs. 964-7133 $5.00 Off Current Rent
17283. 15 Position available immediately. 2 & 3 BR family oriented, with
TEXAS REFINERY &
laundry large playground
PLENTY OF MONEY plus .Kree electricity first month Room with Bath & AC 50.00 weekly
nuses, fringe benefits to .Rent 30%of your monthly
son in Starke area. Experience needed in 3 of the Income If you qualify. 53.00$ with tax I
experience, write W.K. .If you earn $3.35 per hr., 40 ,
Refinery Corp., Box 711, following: hn a week& have 3 Room with AC $40.00 weekly
rent would be
TX 76101. 15 dependants your
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT about$112 a month or$3.73 without Bath $42.40 with tax ,
per day for days left In the month.
II
semble
products at ( ) Work flow for move-In after the first.
information,504-641-8003 Qualified Singles Accepted. Room without Bath $37.50 weekly l
EXPERIENCED ( ) Familiar with ladies casual slacks
COOKS Move-In cost can be as low as '
counter help. No $10.00 without AC $39.75 with tax
apply. No phone calls. ( ) Production Lout Income I
ice Club, It Miller ( ) Sea 9 HousingK -, a r MAGNOUAHOTEL, : Ii I
Training new operators r -.irt'nl0 !> 0' < s rr r .er4. p
Florida 15 nt /or'30% ... ,...
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DRIVERS$275-$650 ," > "" ," YOur Income ul, C2.. 'iswoq .so es$,811Vuja, 137 N'W1siTnt t.01s! 4: "'
OTR. Train local. ( X Quality Control Equal Housing If oj You Qualify! ,JJ rr ire. qAcross! from Starkft Post Offlce-__xr8 JJl"l i II

Outside.STRUCTION Comm/Res.:$ -$ All / ( ) Rates and Quantities III'I'

train. 355-5500.15 I'I

SANDI'S Salary.HAIR 475-2140.WORKS TFN: (r/f 3 of the above and bring to Vogue iiti mm I:

HAIR STYLIST NEEDED: for
son, Sandi's Mane Mfg. application and make I

SOUTHERN stone Heights.VILLAS 473-0351.) appointment for interview with Mr. II I

now Maintenance taking applications Man.Only Flynn. 710 S. Water St., Starke. (S.R. :' ; >' 0'g9: DOWN '$35 PER' WEEK !

and serious need apply. 100 E.) Y4-
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Fri.,3-5:30: p.m. Hwy. 16. 81 Toyota .*82 Ford LTDV8ATPSPBAC 76 AMC

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only on Free ads) Use the handy form below to place your ad. : '
'83 Chev 79 AMC 81 Honda
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1982 FORD CLT 9000: 3406 CAT., 350 .. .. .. ; PHONE 964-7776
hp. 9 VICTORIAN /8:1979: ,3 sails;trailer;good 1'9
speed Real
good condition WANTED 500
GAL 'a1O DRIVEN
condition. Sails great attractive
1984 MOBILE very "
HOME
'1988$7.000..964-4908.CHEW SPORTSIDE: AT 2 AC. PS doublewlde with aH the FLEETWOOD.xtms.$19.000 boat $3500 or trade for pontoon.' Call PECAN 259-4714.SPRAYER.11 Call after 6pm. 205 N. Temple Starke

PB. Sport Wheels MUsV balance and$1000 down.Assume the 964-3475 after 5 p.m. 8
$9500 030 964.9248 or SELL loan. Will pay to have moved to your 1988 GLASSTREAM: ft. Stinger Bass $300 CASH FOR FLORIDA COUNTY Cecelia TerwUlegar I
782- I
Boat w/40 hp Yamaha PORCELAIN LICENSE PLATES
3660.TFN 2 lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm or 964- trolling motor SPECIAL:
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED 9115 during the day. 4 depth finder and drive-on trailer. DATED 1911-17. Tin Plates Dated DYNAMIC CORNER HWY301 and HWY 16.

VEHICLES! from $100. Fords Met FREE FREE. FREE Credit Check and 8$4,000.964-4350 after 5 p.m. P.O.1918-57 Box also wanted. Jeff Francis Heaviest traffic In county. 175 Ft. on 301 and 137.34 Ft. on Hwy. 10.
codes Corvettes. Pro-approval on mobile home loans. 41381. St. Petersburg FL Call for Details.
Chewys.
Surplus
24 FT SPORTCRAFT W/CUTTY CABIN.Inboardoutboard. 33743. 813/345-4431. 11
Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext. Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B WANT TO BUY .."'WATERFRONT....
QUILTING
160 Chevy FRAMES
hp :
A17283. 2 Homes. Lake City. FL 4 WANT A GETAWAY PLACE 190' Lak. 160' rood 170'deep.
Call on Sampson on ,
engine. Priced to sell. Raiford. 431- 964-3508 after 5 11
1990 DOUBLEWIDE 24x44. p.m.
81 JEEP : 3
SCRAMBLER BR. 2 BA. .
4
: WD. 8 4
cyl, HOUSEKEEPER $25,000
Wood and 1044 after 5 p.m. 8 : Must be able to drive
spd., good condition 9647575. siding shingle roof plus GREAT WATERFRONT
free delivery run errands. Neat appearance and PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292'on water and extendingto
2 andsetup$14,995.Call Hwy 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. Property can b. divided Into two 100' lots,
dependable. For help In small busi
82 FORD EXP: Needs motor. $250. Call 755-5M4.FL 4 Circle B Homes.Lake City LAND FOR SALEFOR ness. 782-1176.11 $63.000 each and on. 92.65' lot $4B,000.
473-4239; alter 4 p.m.,call 473-4295.
2 BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- LOOKING FOR A FEMALE BLOOD- .....HOMES....
79 OLDSMOBILE! 88: All 72,000 wide. $1,000 Dn. Pint SinglewWe. SALE BY OWNER: 3 Acres on HOUND.We have a male,full blooded HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME wltha beautiful' view of Lake Sampson
miles. New tires. Clean.power.$1995. Call $500 dn. pmt Everyone can buy bad Forsyth Road Starke. $13,500 Total. redbone bloodhound. Would like to Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA, Central H.at pump carpeted Intulated -
John 9646305. tin 2 credit or no credit. Call 755-5114. 1-407-464-6827. 9 breed for puppy or if you have a puppy windows, skylights, mahogany ext. doors sunken tub ceiling font,
CITY BUILDING LOTS NO 1 & 2 PI- for sale. .
Please call 964-5647
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Circle
78 DODGE ASPEN WAGON: Good B Homes Lake City FL nehurst Subdivision$12.900 for both. 2205 tq. ft. living area 1537 ..f. wrap around porch mutt lee to appreciate.
cond., dependable. $1,000 or best 4 i ( : Owner financing to a quallfed buyer. 105000.
371-1128 evenings. 964-9533. fR rS &' CA'MPER'st:,
offer. 964-6551.2 4 BR's BIG 1990 28x70 with plywood 9LAKE ,I,,' ,," .. 'I' ,, 11' "to, ,." J GRAHAM 1325 s.f. 3 BR/1 1/2 BA, Living room dining & kitchen combo. 10
'86 FORD F-1 50 XL:4x4;V-8 Auto.56.K floors wood siding, shingle roof plus PROPERTY ON N. SIDE yrs old. CH/A. 2 Ac. $69,500
$8.000. 804/781-9001 ask for Scott Call free delivery and set-up.$290 per mo. SAMPSON LAKE:Contact Mr.Hunter.100'x300' 20 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER. First class PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Stark.. 4 BR, 3 BA fireplace, wood floor.
755-5114 Circle B condition. 964-5118. 19
2Fr700 Homes.Lake
."Ira.. 609 W. Call Street.
485-1663 Graham Edwards many $123,000
( ) 22' CLASS "C"
City FL 4 MOTOR HOME
CARGO TRUCK: Great furniture. 1988 CHAMPION DOUBLEWIDE Plat. 9 chassis. Low miles and much: Dodge COUNTRY CLUB AREAS 3 BR, 2 1/2 BA Brick home, fireplace, pool, hot tub. Immaculate -
:26x58. ;; more.
carpet or produce mover. Priced right. IN CITY OF LAWTEY Lot for sale SR cond. $123,000
I :
on
3 BR. 2 BA with air Set Must sell. 964-7180 after 6pm.
conditioning.
Call .
Charlie
2 at Teal Tile 964-7423. up and ready to move Into at Olin's 225. Contact Mr. Hunter. Graham, CHEAPER THAN RENT Immaculate, furnished 3 bedroom IV. bath mobile
485-1663. 9 home w/teparate recreational room equipped with stove & frig, separate
Subdivision.Price.$16,500. Call MISCELLANEOUSWOULD
782-
1970 CUTLASS: Runs but needs trans 3333.4 2 ACRE LOTS #31 & #32: Well septic. garog, beautifully landscaped lot on Griffii Loop. $ 19600.
mission,brake and body work. $200. power pole. Will finance. 12 min.from DUPLEX 630.632 W. Francis St.. Each tide 2 BR, 1 BA. Eat-In kitchen LR, Util
964-4350 ator 5 p.m. 2 Starke. 964-8080 485-2834. YOU LIKE YOUR CLASSIFIED Rm., end.
or w/carport on one S 45000.
1974 FORD PICKUP:SWB. PS< AM/FM r LOST/FOUND, 'J 9 ADTOREACH READERS ALLOVER NE2&thAve.2BR/IBANewRoof 26.000
radio, V-8 FLORIDA? With the Florida ClassI-
engine good condition. 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. fied Ad NW 45th AVE.t 3 bedroom, 1 bath 5 ocret. Home hoi new 20 yr. roof, freshly
$1100. Raiford.431-1044 after 5 Network we can deliver your
2 pm.OFFICE LOSTIIIII 3 YEAR OLD DOBERMAN. Owner will finance $2ooOlacre.call message to over 1.000,000 people painted Inilde. Owner says, 'Make an Offer
Answers to 'ANGEL Lost at Lake 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN for $125 (less than $..0002/parson). GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICES 4 bedroom 2 bath, with a targe family room
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Brooklyn.Woodland Drive Area. Must Call this newspaper's classified de- located In the city. $ 59300.
0 have daily medication. Please call REAL ESTATE partment to place your ad today. 3IS WALNUT STREET Good rental property-3 homes:
'RENT-LEASE-SAtE"
473-0736 or 964-6305. Thanks OUT OF AREA 18 3053 Total Sq.Ft., 2 story porches:
SPACE FOR RENT:Adjacent to LOST: GREY CHEEK PARROT: Says I -10BO Total Sq.Ft.;
Courthouse 925 N. Temple Avenue. Meow". Green In color. SR 100 OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded s a. I 240 Total Sq.Ft. Call for viewing on theiel $ 89,000
$350/Mo.Call 964-7347days)or 964- approx. 8 miles West of town. REWARD lots river access. $5450 each. No ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRYl 3 BR, 1 ba, concrete block window treatment,
2 BR ON 1 ACRE
4534 (eves.) 3 OFFERED. Call 4963456. money down.$65.41 month.Owner.I- E. of Starke. : Located Screened on Road Porch 100 3 ceiling font, CHSA stove, refrig DW, garage, wood floors, Andersen windows

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR 5 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN fireplace, Large 29500. 964-8827., carpet, rote garden Ig. patio area, brick BBQ grill tmoker( and Lazy

RENT:Up to 1600 sq. ft.Will remodelto YARD",:SALES 10 832 W. CYPRESS carport STREET: 3 BR. 2 BA. Sutan table, hothouse, tool shed parole pumphouie, beautifully land-
suit or rent. Negotiable. On Hwy 20 ACRES IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE: 50 Stove refrig., large corner lot. leaped.
301 next to Lit Skeeter's & Insurance 3 FAMILY. 718 Laura Street Fri.-Sun.. miles South of Nashville. Hills valleys $31,000.Owner carpet financing.9645318. BRICK HOME 4 BEDROOMS. 3'% BATHS 402 St. Clair St. .86 of an acre, foyer
World. 1-800-771-7283. TFN Lots of Everything. Baby Things. creeks. $695/per acre. 10% 16CRYSTAL LR. DR kitchen w/ refrig. range, dishwasher, fan/hood, den laundry room
3FOR MOVING SALE: Country Club.2nd. Ave. Down. Call after 7:00: p.m. (615)) 722- LAKE HOMESITES: Comfort- and on offic. CH&A enclosed carport ((2 con), utility shop spacious back
SALE OR RENTWarehouseofficespace : R lrlg., Whirlpool S/S Freezer baby 3812 or 722-5607. 10 able 2 BR 1 BA home. On three lots. yard with security llghlt. $71,000
: 3000-6000 sq It. located at and children clothes household N.W. FLORIDA" NEAR CHIPLEY:10acres (1.25 ac.) Lots of trees lake access BETHEL CHURCH RDi 3 BR, 1 bo CB,wood floors, 1163..., 5 acres $ 60,000
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine Hems. Curtains spreads etc. 964-. with trees, fronts on 2 graded roads. privileges. Only $34.000ICall Trevorat BROOKERi 3/2 brick and frame, Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot. $ 44,000
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- 6320.alter p.m.SATURDAY Y. Owner will sacrifice for 10000. Call Century 21 Showcase Properties HAMPTON LAKE AREAl 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A screened patio w/BBQ grill
5294 TFN 3 9 TIL 4. 7 collect Steadman Carroll Realty,904/ Broker 4734903. 16 Also, 3 BR MH, 1 1/2 BA, 3 Ac. Exc for small horse farm. $ 122,400

FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office SIDEWALK SALE: Thurs.Sat.. Furniture 638-1171. 10 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES COMMERCIALN.

space: 3000-6000 sq ft. located at dishes, odds 'n ends. 104 W. ZONED mercial LITE INDUSTRIAL 30x70 com- from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax .TEMPLE AVi 1 "'cr.zoned Commercial. $125,000
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine Call St Starke. 7 building w/showroom energy property. Repossessions. Call 1-602-
efficient WOW WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEAlliCorradlnet In Lawtey. Approx. 600' on
7 old. On 5.9
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- BIG YARD SALE: What-nots ceramics Crescent City yrs.between Jacksonville acres in 838-8885. Ext. GH-17283. Hwy 301,10 Ac of land, 3300 if store and living quarter, paved driveway with
5294 TFN 3 dishes, coffee table lots of odds 'n 16BRICK $149500,
and Orlando. 89900. Harris Realty 3 BR. 1 1/2 BATH Central ample parking.
: ends. 511 St Clair St 9 iii 7? Satur- : heat SUPER COMMERCIAlliGreat two story building. Enterprise Zone, downtown

.ANIMALSPETSFOR. : day. Feb. 10. 7 (BUSINESS garage. 32000. 964-3431. Stark.. .....um. Mtg. Reduced to$ 49,900
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.. SALE) THERESSA:Dirt road across from landfill. NICK APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. 8 furnished 1 BR
SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 11/2 Bath
: .' -. .. Boy, up to 4 T clothing. 2 elect: OPPORTUNITIES CB home.Living room: dining, kitchen: apartment, .fujly) occupied, with excellent pccupanty recordj; heating and
,stoves. $25 ea.;power saes,. $30j full (
) cooling unit In each apartment. Good cash low) $147,000
/ FULL BLOODED CHOW PUPPIES: Call size camper, $50. Thursday& Friday.1'8WI77 :neljj large family room w/fireplace andbuilt- iREt A&OICN.LSTltEnl "f .. -- ..-
In bar. Screened in back small
964-4118 anytime. 6 7 WOLFF TANNING BEDS: porch
SATURDAY ONLY: 9:00: til 77 2 Miles home units from $199.00. Lamps pool. Fenced backyard barn w/elec-/ AFTER HOURS

East 230 near Country Club. lotions accessories. Monthly pay- tridty. 964-5647. 16 Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323
ments lowas$18.00.Call today. FREE
color catalog. 1-800-228-6292. 'Sandra rwlllgar. . . . . . . .533-2242

Check the Debra Connaughton, . . . . . . .964-2833

',20MOTORCYCLES{' Ann T.rwlll.qar Brown. . ... . . . ..473.7541
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Y m Mobile Home Lots with or without septic & g F SfS?J?i?i i i?o.Y S itei ieiei iKyi i Sei jei-.s i r r?.. n r?o.-.n r r-,

well hookup

I EQUAL HOUSING I REALTOR Building Lot In Keystone JK

Susan M. Faulkner. GRI CRB President/ 200 Acres In Bradford County ................$1.500 Acre
2 Lots & Mobile Home In KeystoneS TREE AND STUMP

" ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. e Mobile Home Lots on 227....................$6.50O Each

e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. REMOVAL

Located Hwy. 301 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. C 43 Acre Br.. 2 Ba. Home in


GARAGEs With .." .,..1 16'hlgh bay doors, torn. equl.. priced to tell. Own.r .Gainesville 5 Acres on small lake ...........................-$3.0OO Acre ;" ii ttiii ifif iniitit d "; .

I will do financing. 8-90 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In Alachua .-
SALVAGE YARD FOR SALE Ask Irene for dtallt. 690. :

I*HWY:301 SOUTH Comm.rclal property with larg.. versatile building and paved County Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.000 964-9300

i\AWEYi'3 209-89 BR/1 BA on approx. 3/4 oc. Only $28.000.207.89 e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.-$3OOO Acre

*S $/" ACRES beautifully wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.

14 ACRES MOSTLY CLEARED With 1 dug fish pond. prlc. reduced. 196-89 a a a a A A A A A A A A A

I VERY NICE 3 BR/2 1/2 BATH Brick,v.n..r on 1 ocr. Many..xtrat.. Hwy 16 W. BRADFORD LAND &CATTLE COMPANY


j 194.89LAUTA. STREET 1114.89 4 BR/3 BAm' reduced to $32.000. ......mabl. mortgage byqualifyer. Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 Accelerated Realty, Inc aa

.MADISON STREETS Beautiful colonial home. needs TLC. opprox. 2 errs alto 2

rental.HWY unit.l'WEST 116-89: Beautiful wooded lot over 1/2 foer. Build home or put mobll. LAVERN I-L QU ILAW 964-4544 aa


home*DEERWOOD. only 1,200.Large Isa.89 home. n.w carpet and pan.ry. Nice lot.about. 1 ocr. 57-89 Broker ) Hwy. Sot S. lIB I aa
I ROADS With DW 3 BR/2 BA Owner will hold mortgag. 1OUTLAW
*I ACMSON fOMYTMl itsr.ty Thinking otbiiyintj or selling? Cai'ust I .....L ..,.111I Starke.FL
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211-89
FRAME STUCCO HOME IN CITY Own.r would consider holding more aHomes
I *t BR/2 BA 9644522STARKE.

Igag..GItIAoT. 5-90 STARTER. HOMES" On large lot, 2 BR 1 BA. Out of city. CH/A. 124-89 .FL.Davltt You Full Service Real Estate Office ./ v/Lot s/Acreage Waterfront aa

.'HA or VA 3 BR/I 1/2 BA To" half ocr. Com', on and steal-' this on. for 42500. Farms v/CommercIal

1 189.89. Club area. From $9,500 to ft 2.000. t, DodgeMSA.CRA
TMREB BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In Country SALVAGE YARD Hat 3 BR/1 BA Brick horn. 3 Acres with frontage on t a

I lit CH/A.large lot laundry room family room. North 301 well and Mptle.
BR/1 1/2 BATH NEAR SCHOOLS NEW BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. CH/A Stove, r.lrlg. and dlihwaih.r 2240 J Jtf.

.. FHA or VA I6eso. 1.90 with fireplace den CH/A. Owner will a .. sun deck well and .pllc. a
.$ Ilt/l M OMUWMI On 5 Acres EALTOR LOVELY BLOCK HOME 4BR/2BA CH/A. larg. family room 2M8 .l., |

hold mortgage21189' With approx.2 acres. laundry room could be a garog landscaped lot. a
.NICE 2 Ilt/l IA HOUSIIN QTY ppraisar$top!ResWences; SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norw.lgan Brick eat-in kitchen family room |

made Into 3rd ACRM'COMM. PROPERTY on 301 S. 20tX fromaa. Owner finance CH/A, 2310 tf, porch., large lot 2.8 oc., frontage on water.I .
AP'ROX. I BEAUTIFUL FRAME HOME 3BR/2BA, family room w/flr.ploc., CH/A, 2184 | a

Ing. 12-90 I BATH MOBILE NAMES On 2 Ac 32x60 doobl.wld. w/rang.. *,SACRIFICE SACRIFICE I Owner molt ..lIlwlcl& $/2, CH/A. Good .real tf. 576 if workshop landscaped lot Hampton Lak. access nearby.
.4 BEDROOM OF PORCHES .3BR/1BA A-Fram. w/porch.t all round. Stov. &
ov.olobl.. Must see to LOTS |
: of other .lCtra. Financing appreciate. 2/1, Good Income. $18,500
Lots Owner Stark From.
,etrlg.. dJ.h.h.r. Financing a r.frlg., wood burning stove, pole barn 24x30, tool shed 8x9 well and sepa
198-89 *Newly renovoteJlniide ond out 2/1 fenced yard In Stark.. $23,900 I
281C6O: 51,2 BA. CH/A.1.37 Ac. 121120 screened= deck. Lots and In Brooker, from home, walk to everything Own.r finance tin on 6 ecr.t. .
.OOUILIWIDII 192-89 TWO STORY CB HOME 3BR/2BA Stove & Refrig., AC units, .lee. heat wella |
Financing avallabl. : Cedar home an 1 acre, CH&A; rang., rel.
of 'extras. a
lots
for this claubl.wlde with 3 BR/2 ** on 1 and teptlc 1 acr.
MORTGAGE 100x123 lot. $34.000 ,
a ASSUME Concrete block.3/1.central heat In Starke.
.LOW DOWN ....
137.89 TWO STORY APT. BLOG 2BR/1BA Each Apartment. Cot heat, live-In onea |
1300 SF. $42,500
at $35,000 Crystal lake Honwtltet.CB 3/1 CHSA range r.f.
1//ACRESAwlth03? | feet an SR 100 W. Beautiful building area or for mobll. ,* Frame;1400*q. ft. 4 BR, 1 3/4 BA Larg.lot. In country. $43.000 apt., rant the other apartment. a
RIVER BEND ESTATES 3 BIt/2."" DW Mobil. Home, CH/A. 2 "'cr. .
Brick 3BR/1\ nice neighbors range, ref CH4A .ncl. garage.
..... 1704.19 a
ho. 100x660 with lots of trees. Excellent for your mobll. horn. SF t acr. REDUCED $54,000 .... ACRES IN THI COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Mobil. Home, AC Units Central |
.I III ACRE LOTS Highway 16 West 4/2'/i CH&A, 1496 on
'rlced for Quick Sold' \704-89 In Country Club: Brick 3/2'CH/A. All applloncet. 2 Car garage, 2000 tf. a Heat Shod tr_.. a
ACRES IN LAWTEYi 683 feet on CR 225 I. $2200 an OCT. 175-89 Excellent neighborhood near the hotpltal. Corn.r lot 3/2 CH&A. REDUCED
ilOTi NEW HAMPTON BEACHi $43.000. ,34 Aer.. 7-90 For the Perfectronlttl Privacy a plot. Country Club. Brick morly extras SELECTED PROPERTIES
IDOUBLEWIDE ON ONE ACRES Paved road. 3-90 '* Bedford lake, 2/1 CH&A, completely furnished, extra nice. 100x300. a 20 ACRES- Cty Hwy 22S Near lawtey. Planted Pln.t. a
I IlACRSS. LAWTEY* 123 W. 2.90 '* Brick CHA, ov.r 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acre HOME BLOO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water & Sewage, Owner Financing.
I *! W. t BAa N.lc.. area, very well k.pt. 127.89 .* Neat a Clean. 2/1, Heat&Air Mak.appointment.... $29,900. A HOME BLOO LOTS Shady Oaks $/D, Brooker.
.+ ...t Area.3/2. CH/A. Fireplace, all appllancet. $49,5OO FOUR S-ACR1 TRACTS Brooder, Owner Financing. a
.* Gorgeous brick home In Deerwood, 3/2 Immaculate. Mutt See. THREE X-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Bfook.r Owner Financing.
Call One of Our Professionally .* Owner financing. Immaculate MH'.. pattur.oaks on 24 acres, $98.000 a ,.. ACRES ',.."tell..n New River. Well a Septic. a

Trained Staff Today...964-0069 .* Stark. Hlttork. Renew, 6BR 3%Bo. 6 flreplacet. REDUCED.
.* Beautiful story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2VtBa on 36 acr... AFTER HOURSiNevttWerd.9U74
After Hours Call Thes Realtor Associate*: .* Owner Anxious, Make Offer 4/1 1/2. over 1500 tf.Ctot. to Stark.. a Weyne Douglas.9646193BIIIDoa'd.9e4740 sill Gnonn,...-"44 | a
/* Excellent Neighborhood: In Starke.:3/2. CH/A all appliances fireplace. NICE. Clarke SUphenf'....6331
Irene L. Faalkner..964-8142 'IOver ACM. Brkk. 4/2 1/2, CH/A Flreplex peer 2100 sf. AH .ppllancet. .4
Darlene Codwin..4e8-2SO3 1* Owner Anxious Repair garage m.tal bldg. (1500 tq. ft.) Concrete parking. a aa
Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964-9O4O i* Reduced US 301 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metalbldg., MH 2 wells 3 teptlct.
Thom 0 G '.....964-6786 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings a a a a a a a a a a a a



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HELP WANTED FOR \SALE; ; ''.. .. Icoa!;\ sAtEr" j; '" ,,;>,FO R'SA.:: !.; 1:01\ ( : ,_ n jEORtSAtiElAUDIO )
CAREEN RIAl ESTATE-We train. Call MOBILI HOMES-Portlally furnished J or 3
bedrooms,$135.$150 month. SR SALE IN ROLL.ArthurGaskins SOUND DESIGN: -From Wild to
per ALICIA HAY FOR
Dean Weaver, Walton
Realty Corp. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS 24COLOR TV: Console model. Work
Wild- Custom audio Installation and
100, across from Lak. Geneva. Call 782-3140. tin 12
REALTORS. 473-4816 or 471-2272. $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- good. $100. Call 964-5875 after 4 ,
473-7966 Hers accessories. Rockford Fosgate G &
11.30.5.30 or 4737810..ma..pdlQ.26.159O ROSS BICYCLES:His.10-Speed;
6mochg- 6948. 12 12MAY'S Both $120.00.Cal S, Precision Power, Crunch, Spedal
3 Exo. shape.
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED Shear Perfec- speed.
ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker
Edition, Knight Stalker. Black Knight
WHITE SANDS LAKI-House.
2BR2BA.CHA 964-3167.
after 5 p.m..
tlon Styling. Experience pref.rred.good PLATES.Measures 24x36 used furniture, appliances
and various other brands. 864 N.
washer/dryer furn. TV"i
commissions. For Interview call compo lnches.$.5o each. Great for patchingand microwaves, VCR'. .You i I 12
Ave. Suite A. 964-8722.
$425/mo. Short term lease. 72I-S447. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR'In use at Temple ,
4737323. 2tch g/2-1-S repairs. TELEGRAPH. 135 W. carry HI.Alwas looking for such items.
ltpd/2-8 Available 2/9/90.
CHURCH ORGANIST-Needed. Call BEAUTIFUL SILVIR-lake hau... Nice Call Sl Starke. 12 Stop In if you wish to sell something. present time. BULL MASTIFF PUPPIES AND QUAR-
$100.00.FIBERGLASSTOOLBOX"
473-2456. 2tchg/2-B-1 S COLOR TV: Console $125; 2 utility traitors 304 E. Call St. 9643250. Evenings
clean. 3BR/2BA. Keystone Hgts.. Unfurnished b0n't excellent condition. $150.00. 964- TERHORSE GELDING: For Information
Washer/dryer. $500.00 $125 ea. OBO. 964-4440. call 964-5813. call after 9pm. can Nancu. leave
SANDI'S HAIR WORKS: Stylist needed. mo. 2441 Eve. 2/082tpd2/15 468-2527
3-6 ton bins TFN 12
Salary. 4752140. TFN 15 473-2440__od/2-8-1S CHICKEN EQUIPMENT: SACRIFICE$$ Steel message. 12
$$SACRIFICE
3 chicken NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES'For
CLEAN 2 BR. 1 ,12 BATHS Mobile Homeon brooders, 8 ft troughs WASHERS: Three two Maytags $125
EASY WORKI! EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble building manufactureranxioustodear
demolished. 200'long). Call Sale.We Install and activate.Call
houses (
$1OO
Immokatos Road. $25O/Mo. plus ea.;one Seam. Mu.7482.200'A .
product at home. Call tor 964-5156 for further Information. 9644238. TFN 12 excess Inventory.Bestposslbleprices.
information 504-641-8003.ext.9579. damage deposit 473-2566. 12 HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings Immediate delivery. Freight Included. MP METER POLE: Cal 782-3868

13 REFRIGERATOR: 16 cu. It Sears Cold- storage buildings, garages, green 21M28,51995:28M30$258935M40.$3755:40M42.$413454M60$7196.; ; afl 6:30: p.m.. $175.00. 12
NOTICE spot White$100.909 N. Thompson houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy ; ; 12X55 MOBILE HOME: $2000 or best
available.Call 1-600-668- offer. Call 964-6672. 12
PERSONAL St. 12 301 South.964-8848 TFN12X21 Other sizes
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- 87 CAMARO: Black, A/C. auio.,AM/FM. 5700. 12 MOVING SALE: 14 ft boat and trailer;
milted to the lake R.glon Monitor office TRACTOR WORK-bushogglng. bock Power B/S. rebuilt engine. New tires. CARPORT $990.NO DOWN PURPLE MARTIN BIRDHOUSES OR- camper top, 76 Ford van 78 Olds
In writing and paid In advance blade and disking. Free estimates. 65009649317. 12 PAYMENT.Handl House portable DER FACTORY DIRECT. Ship any- Regency; and oil tank. 964-9240.
unl... credit li already established S29.00 per hour. 473-4849 SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- where. Aluminum hinged doors FOR SALE OR RENT; Country style 5
with thus otflce.MONITOR 4tchgl/29-2/19 964-9317. 12 8848 TFN 12 guard rails telescoping pole, VISA/ acre farm. 2 BR; 1 BA. $36S/Mo. or
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quallty work at MC. Information, 1-800-869-2328 46000. 782-3962. '2'
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN reasonable rates. Call George at COATES MANUFACTURING INC., HAY FOR SALE: Large Coastal rolls.
CLASSIFIEDS: WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER .".2977 or 473-3480 (home). Shreveport LA. 12 964-8613. 12
THE TELEPHONE. 4tchg/2-l-22 [ Union County Area Ads ) CRAFT SUPPLIES: Glitter paints beads, 16' SQUARE WOODEN BUILDING with
CloMif led d.adlin.1.11:00 l : a.m. Tun- HOUSECLIANINC-Weekly bi-weekly rhlnes tones,conchs,baskets,wreaths three windows. $650. 9' Table saw,
day prior to Thursday' publication. monthly. 3 years experience. all sizes wood cut-outs, paints, silk $375. 964-7628. 12
Minimum charg. It$3.50 for 15 words, References available. 475-9831. Ask -- flowers all toes of craft books. Pi- ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR: One
then 15 cents for each additional word.If for Debbie. 4tpdl-2/3-1 nehurst Variety, across from month old, w/5 yr. warranty. $150
bills or. mailed out, th.r. will b. a FLOOR SAOQIN.OOOR FOR SALE PERSONAL SERVICESWELL Southskte Elementary Hwy 100.964- cash. 964-3471 after 5 p.m.
$3.00 billing charg. DRAGGINHOUSE OUT OF 5537. 12 12QUEEN
Mailing address: P.O. Ball 1171, LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for REFRIGERATOR WASHING Machine tDIVER. DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Do,. 25% OFF ALL FABRICS; 50% Off All SIZE BRASS BED:$400;shield
Keystone His.. Fl 32456AUTOMOBILES all your foundation repair 473-7721. .Almond Color. 1850 cash. 1973 man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 2<4 Simplicity Patterns. Pinehurst Vari- back chairs(6)$50 each and twin size
TFN Ford Maverickdoor.. Inch water wells. Pumps- sales, ser. ety, across from Southslda Elementary cannon ball bed, $150. Open to offers. -
17YARD 49629532tchrg28215. vice, Installation septic tanks, lift Hwy 100. 964-5537. 12 Call 964-8565. ,2'
SALESNEED FRUIT PLANTS FOR SALE at Martin's Fruit stationsNew Installation dralnfleld
Farm, Fort White, Container repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter)
RANGER-4x4, Excellent condition grown
II FORD TO HAVI-o yard sale but dan'twant Jones-273-2004-
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nectarines, and Jones2752716.
peaches plums figs
$9500. Harper7869..2tpd2.1.8 the hassle Call us at the PACK After 6 p.m.State licensedAll work
RAT. Get rid of It all at once fore fair pears. $6. Japanese persimmons. $12. yuar.nteedfree ..lImal... 1/25 Stpd.
Blueberries
$3. $3.
473-2183 for Grapes Open
FOR SALE price. appointment.3lchg281922 2/22 then/ Ifn
Mon-Sat. 8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Closed Sun
,
JOAN'S SALON wed.-sat. 9-til.
EVERYTHING MUST GO-Saturday Feb day. 44972621. Let ring. 3tchrg. 2/8. Men's, Ladles, and open Children full
CRAFTSMAN 1 2/3"- Hp Saw, Craftsman ser
.
2/15. 222.WASHER
10, 8:30 until. Complete line ofhousehold vice. Senior Citizens :
.
16" chain saw. Gr..n machine, glass DRYER STOVE. Discount.2tpd. ParHime lob.
Including .
goods comforters, 2/1-2/8. .y
table, kerosene heater mini air
top
REFRIGERATOR AND MICROWAVE Alo
compressor Yamaha flute, men's 10 curtains Immokolee clothes Road.and much more. 6994 Appllanc repairs. Call 496-2090. 2tpd. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME on state pro Fu.Himo rewards. : :
speed bike. .75-"3', call 1tchg2/8 2/8 2/15. perty. For more Information call
SOFA BCD-Lawn clothes 77
anytime.tpd/2-8 Chevy Van follow equipment signs from 21 and I HEAVY DUTY STEEL WINCH BUMPER for 431-1268. Itpd. 2/8. You\ need a part-time job. But you'd like '
home EASY WORKI! EXCELLENT Assemble
PRESSURE TREATED-Moblle steps PAYI -
full size truck. $150. OBO. call Jason at
100 to 214, Old Melrose Dirt Road to Lily to find something that means more ,
with safety railing. $65 each. 2 for products at home. Call for
Lake Road Sat..Feb. 10. 8 a.m. to Sp.m. 964-6791. Hn. than paycheck.Join the Army -
just a
$120. Assorted brand new furniture at 479-2346. 1tpd2.8FOUND 1 DRAWTm HITCH for full size truck. Information.504- 1-8003,ext 9579.
clearance prices. On. twin bed $80. call Jason at 9648791. tfn. 15 National Guard. For two weeks a year-
{ '
complete-$30. Keepsafer wireless 1 FIBERGLASS. TOOLBOX for full size NETTLESTREE SERVICE:AN types tree :.. r'. and one weekend a month you'll dIS-

security box-SlOO.system 4737324.'In 2Ipdl.25.2.8SATELLITE original sealed truck. $75. Call Jason at 9648791. TFN. work. 49612326. tin 17 I cover rewards that last 24 hours a day

SYSTEM-LIke n.w. 6 mo. old FEMALE BLACK LAB-Mlx. cm Swan lakeIn AKC COLLIE Trl-color male. 2 yrs. old. HELP WANTED -all your life.
with scrambler. Nothing down. Melrose, January 20. 479-1876 even- Show Parents. Beautiful Dog. All shots You'll find excitement FLORIDA

$49/mo. 12721018. 4tchg/1-25-2-15 Ings. 2tfree/2-B-19 plus worming up to date. $300. OBO. ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING -and you'll\know the I

SATELLITE divorce. Still SYSTEM-Repoisesssd under warranty. Nothing due to Call Shannon at 964-8791 or 9647061. ROOKS I $32,000/year Income poten'" team spirit of a group of
TFN. tial.! Details. 1(602)838-8885( ) ext.
people much like I
down. $39/mo. 12721031. SOFA LOVESEAT CHAIR never used, your- .
BK9127.2/1 4tpd. 2/22
4tchg/1-25-2-1S NETTLES TREESERVICE over $900 value, sacrifice $395. ATTENTION EASY WORK EXCELLENT self.Get started todav.
REFRIGERATOR-21 ft. In working order, ..9621chg.. 2/8. 2/15. 'PAVf Assemble products at home. /Call)) SGT David Kirkland IiUfUID
Nog.$75.00. Robulll351 Ford Windsor 10 PC. PITT GROUPnever used, over Details. 1(602)838-B8AS( Fvt W-OI27 964-8862 Americans at
Englne-$275. 475-1691.2tchg/2-8-13 value sacrifice 4962934. SGT Norman Dowdy
$1800 $695. ATTENTION
EARN MONEY TYPING AT their best.
SMOKE RiSe SUBDIVISION:Lot for 181e. a rnov fi PriinmgYZ 2tchrg. 2/8 2/15. HOME $32.000/year Income potential. 533-2481:
125x290.Owner financing. Call 473- Details. 1(602)838-8885( ext. T-9127.
2988.12 Trimming:& {De-mossing "
MOTOR HOME: 28 ft Allegro. Loaded. FOR RENT CARS AND TRUCKS Q"CT"JQ"N' :
Low mileage. A-1 Condition. 454 Specializing:In Removal of ( "

Chev. chassis. $27,500. Call 473- DsngerouaTrees TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME unfurnished 77 FORD MOO Completely redone. New ,. .
2988. ,2 FREE EstimatesLlcensed central heat and air residential everything-fram front to backs qntind.r Q81" DJRE' SOLO BY u.S. GOV'T .:. ".
.....
A Injured neighborhood.' $180 per month plus ""
the hood. Call and make.... .0"- 't. AI.rBUSINES9DMINISTRAT1otr'
HOMES FOR SALE Call nights and
deposit.
$125 security
ferl 964-8791, ask for Jason. TFN.
Call Thomas D. Nettle weekends. 496-3452.2tpd.2/1-2/8. 77 TOYOTA CORROLA. $175.00. "ton THURSDAY FEB. 22, 11 AM ON SITE

MOBILE unlts.$990 HOME-Three to $1990.2BR Call and 473-7566.one 3BR 496-1326 Lake Butler Worktruck 67 Chevy.$450.00 10 Acres zoned RSF 1/2 Ac.
496-2718.ttpd.2/8.
Must move.3tpd/1-4,1-18.2-l, 2-15. (SR 21A) SE 43rd Street, Keystone Heights, FL:
GENEVA SPRINGS CONDO-Last one by WANTED
builder Bud Emery. 28R/2BA, LR. DR. .t Suitable for burrow pit; this land has lots of high and dry
kitchen utility room garage. rTra dirt 100 old oaks pines and hardwood. LandIs
A heat > e TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers Plenty Of good plus yr ,
4752052. 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. P Money plus cash bonuses, fringe fenced, and has 672 feet of hard road frontage. The

4tchg/1-18-2-8 rl0YPAR In Lake zoning Is for 1/2 acre homesltes.
4 BEDROOMS ONLY-S40.0OO. On an ocr. benefits to mature person
lot you'll find this 4 bedroom 2 bath anyonewfllcomfortable Butler area. Regardless of experience' ,
home. Needs finishing work don. All 1 i ldpOtyQBi write W.K. Pate, Texas Refinery Corp., Terms: 5000.00 deposit day of auction. Closing In 30
malar systems are complete.' Call to I Box 711, Ft. Worth TX 76101. Itpd. days. Preview: 1 Hr. prior to Auction.
see today. Watson Realty. 473-4816. ATTENTION-HIRING I Government Jobs- 21 into Heights S. on 21
C = Your $17,840-169,489. Call Direction: Take Hwy. Keystone go
Y.II51 ACRE.Far this 10 acre tract : 16028388885.area. Ext R9127. 3tpd. 2/8 around the Lake then R on 43rd Lane then R. on 43rd St.
with 25 down and the
finance percent your purchase. awn.rwill Ideal NEEDED-DAYCARE HOMES IN UNION (Hwy 21A) 1/5 ml. to site.

homeslte for a home or mobile home. with. !1 COUNTY Must Be Licensed. For more
Call-Total prlce-$16,950, Watson Real / .: Information, contact Suwannee Vall.y4'C'8 For brochure or Information
at 18005425456. Itpd. 2/8.
ty. 4734816. ltcho2-8 -
MOBILE HOME LOT-ln Hlghrldge Estates .... ,
on Rollins Stret-Just reduced. Was Itsrytb.TF.ri.XL1900hsa. MOBILE HOMES Mecca Properties Inc.
tr at'.bond to provide knvhsdni faeftic. dcomfort. ,
$2500 Now $1500. Watson
Realty. "iM" .Becue the XL ClOG V&thatraf FOR SALE
473-4816 Itchg 2-6 I''a-pump:lacked.by sn odun*naoiuaoturn's AuctioneersBrokei'Sc
PAVED ROAD-Doublewlde/ homeslte I f1 1 10 yartrnilnlwmMy on both.the
with Clay water available and access: canpnawr one!ad."plui 2 jnn ca DOIS.Ana 1990 14' wide $120 per month. Call Johnat 1 t t 1
to Lake Hutchinson. It is hard to beat a the unit's super high egiaa icy htsjs reduoi your :364-5197.Stchrg.1/25,2/22.
deal such as this, (4500. Watson Realty lnOI'III'oDtonc.CoJr .. SPECIAL 190 14' X 70 Three bedroom 2,
the
tndjy forma*details on .e ,..
free ft delivery. $650
473-4816.1tcho2-8 XL 1200'hrat pump.Fbiano- bath set-up
..iuv h& down. $157 a .month. Call for free
ANIMALS COWARTAir credit check. :3645197. Stchrg. 1/25.
'
190 DOUBLEWIDES 24' X..' Three
LABRADOR PUPPIES-No papers, six Conditioning Contractors bedroom, 2 bath wood siding, shingle
weeks old on 2/15. $25. 475-1682. roof. $800 down. $190 a month. Call
BLACK LARRADOR-Pupples, full. CACO2783M Jim or John at :364-5197.5tchrg. 1/25, Large or Small Loads of Limerock

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Lady Tornado five Improved BHS with 25 points, 11 rebounds, I 5 made 4 of 11 free throws, NM 11 of '
its season record to 15-4 this"past assists and I 5 steals. Annette Simmons 18. .,. ..,.,.,. .1... .
week, and now 8-3 in second: place in.
got her shooting technique Monic Williams led BUS with 25
1>ist. 5-3A
competition. back and contributed points Aurilla scored :" '
17 points, Williams a :
Ocala Vanguard leads ftihlfrM: :: Monique Williams 12 and Aurillu career high 18 points, Kendra Butler soon Ins J say
and is
play in first .
place
;huVlnglotil Williams 10. 16. Regina Padgett came off the I
only one district game. Ocalu. Korcal Aurilla Williams led the reboun- bench to score three straight baskets busIness .. .
Is in third place. 'ding with 16, Butler had 11, Monte to keep BUS close. Kendra Butler .
Last week the BUS l ladies won one Williams 8, Annette Simmons 5, forced numerous turnovers defensively phone system: $
Dist5-3A game on a' forfeit by Dana Norman 2 and Regina Padgett Dana Norman, Annette Sim- '
Gainesville Eastside, which has 2. mons and Mo Williams combicd for a dozen *** # '
discontinued Its varsity girls team. Felicia Monroe handled the 26 assists. it*
The BHS ladies lost 77-70 at North basketball well and scored 20 pointsto Rhonda Bright was out with the suppers
Marion last Thursday; Feb. 1.. The lead OP High. flu. Tara Jackson turned her ankle breaking yd YN /
BHS ladies were tire Feb. 2, but still won 7250 over 67-41 Jan. 20. first minute in the game. It was BHS my +, ,
Orange Park in the BUS gym. Orange Park came to SUrkc look- with six players. Coach John Slater this
ing to cash in on the Ladies defen- brought up Regina Padgett from the
Upcoming... sive woes, but the Lady Tornadoeswere JV squad to provide one substitute. -
The Ladies finish the regular able to regroup and come out Aurilla Williams led BITS with 15 piece of equipment ,,

season at home Friday night Feb. 9, ahead, said Coach Slater. rebounds. Monic Williams had 13 that rf';' rl fN,
against Buchholz. Game time: JV The ladies looked tired; they had assists, Annette Simmons 11 and or one. l
game 6pm., 'varsity game.'7:30: played the night before at North Kendra Butler 7.
p.m. BHS beat rebuilding Buchholz Marion, man-to-man and pressing. After a very strong win at
83-24 Jan. 5 In Gainesville It was good practice for the Dist. Gainesville High two days before
Friday is homecoming and 5-3A tournament when the girls must one would think the Lady Tornadoes
Parents Night for the Lady Tor- play three nights in a row Coach would be fired up up against DiMriel
nadoes.A Slater said.malar1 foe North Marion, but that was not to '
win Friday over Dist.5-3A foe Hlah I] M 14 M n be the case said Coach John Slater.Offensivesy Murray <
Buchholz will give the Tornadoes se- 0'..*.rat*Hbh II It II II M the BHS ladies looked
..._.d Wihl' Dana Mtnmn 2.04. Armada..- how
cond place in the district, and a first motu 7.I.0/0-17. M.fik William' (.!/*... ........ good but their defense was flat, said many
round bye in the district tournamentset .infer II.1/4-U. Aurill. WllllwM 4 1/4-10 ...,_ Coach Slater. Once again, the Lady
Feb. 15-17 at Buchholz High in ......, ..0-4.Taraiu, aj,i.(/!*?>. Tornadoes let one player beat them, suppliers do ,.' .,
00. tod Hl.hi' Mlita Manna 111/1-10. said the coach. Nor the BUS .
Gainesville.Like 1.1_ I.0-1. A....... 1.... K.A........' was
last year the first round of 10/11 .._... S../.... IHanay .-"..II.H man-to-man defense very effectivein I need?
the district tournament will be .fe........ '+1.huh, ||.t J/14.M. the first half.
played at the schools of the top four BHS scored the first basket after ,
teams. The second round will be North Marion 77 BUS 70 the half, to go up 41-32. At that point /

played Thursday night, Feb. 15, at The Lady Tornadoes couldn't Tyler and the Lady Colt press took
Buchholz. Saturday, Feb. 17, the work the basketball inside as North over. It looked as if BHS had never
finals will be played at Buchholz. Marion won the second half 45-31 and worked against a press, said Coach .. s.11iw 15 lah'hg E Yak:
the game 77-70 in a road game for Slater. the player BHS looks to gel .a:'

the BHS five last Thursday night, the ball to against the press was con-
BUS 72 Orange Park 50 Febl. tinually out of position. N.M. forced

A tired bunch of Lady Tornadoes, Using four guards and a man-to- three turnovers to cut the lead. .J 41
who dressed out only six players, man defense BHS was up 39-32 at the From that point on it was a battle
still managed to take an easy 72-50 half. NM won the third period 23-16 back and forth, Slater said.
win over Class 4A Orange Park Highin and the fourth 22-15 as tall Oni) Tyler .........I/101. It 11 la '19 n f :-
the BHS Friday night,Feb.2. in Nan.Marian Ml.h 10 U 11 H 77 J6 8 H +.
gym poured 35 under the basket fl
points J ?
ladies Ira The BHS played without and controlled the boards at both ,
... II ""11. .,.... iutlar 1-0/1 II. Tara t.
Rhonda Bright, out with the flu, and ends of the court. Regina Demison toefcim I.0-1. Aurilla William 0-1/HO' O..I''R. ..: !:1' _
Tara Jackson, who turned an ankle put in 15 points for NM, Tammy P..|.*.....-..,_.. 200/11.70. _
tort* Maria Hltril Onl Tylat 11-7/0 UD ...>_
the previous night at North Marion. Johnson 14. ... ... .....
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Members of the 1989-90 wrestling team at Bradford Back row: Coach Pat Crawford, Brad Hamilton,
High are ((-r): Kwambea Strong Joel Jacobsen,Josh Crawford, Ran- Jl; P 3 !ttX'
Front row: Kevin Snow, Raymond Trimble, Phillip dy Waldron Zaaon Hughes, Jeremy Crawford, Coach
Crawford Leaton Morgan, John O. Williams, Rolland Brett Purdy.
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season record after dropping their -.......Itoimmd..... lillI4 1.11-_CIewIor"...by ttmM I
last match to St. Augustine 40-33. IN-J.0,O.WMI_-Yp.4.N 110-MMMV Cfwurfarrf...*phi. .... I'I
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night at the Starke gym as St. 140-t.>nn.J_l _hy pln lilt -laVIK It..mmHl_pi*>...
Augustine took the match with only 171-IMMI. ....... ....by pin. 1111 141_...4 HamlltM w."pta' lil YvsOh
tornadoes scored IM_Pkllllp C..w.rd.M 0-1 144-K.vta-km 1-7
one pin while the 11Io-*....*.HMtor bM pta. I>MHwt /H--2.....M.02n_ .... sure one supplier = ,
four pins, but gave up three forfeits. -tort(y IwMIrodfvrd. 141-a., Trlip>ll on...44 F
Saturday afternoon, the .Tornadoes .71-...Ior- ''
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Each and every person having any Interest Florida.
whatever In the enactment of this Each and every person having any Interest .
proposed ORDINANCE should appear whatever In the enactment of this Starke Elementary School

I [Legal Notices and be heard at the time and place 'proposed ORDINANCE should appear

] prescribed.Board of County Commissioners anal prescribed.Board be heard at the time and place News

Wk Bradford County Florida of County Commissioner* .... ..............
Itchg 2/08; Cont. No.367 Bradford County, Florida
P.O. Number 3832 tchg 2/08; Cont. No. 366
-- STATE OF FLORIDA NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR P.O. Number 3832 Principal' Message t Teresa Pat Spy" The play was wonderful the
REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO terson has been selected as Starke architecture in the theatre was
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL THE LAND USE PLAN NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Elementary "Teacher of the Year" beautiful and of course, the picnic

REGULATION An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO PUBLIC NOTICE ,. for 1989-90 by her fellow teachers at lunch was great.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE PERMIT THE LAND USE PLAN TO REVIEW THE PROPOSED SES. Mrs. -Grucn'n 2nd class
Land Use Plan Element and Mrs. Patterson is teaching grade en
Th. Department of Fnvlronmentol An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive BRADFORD COUNTY
joyed Yoml Goodall
Transitional First Grade Class (Pre- an African
by Bradford Florida In
Map County accordance
ftegulotlon give nolle of Its Intent to Land Use Plan Element and SUBDIVISION REGULATIONSBY .folkdancer andmusician.
One) singer All
with the local GovernmentComprehensive which (is a new program at the
Issue a p.rmlt to Thermo Environmental of Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance THE BRAU'tiCOUNTY; school for 89-90. Teresa is her Instruments welts educationaland
1975
Act an
Planning as experienced
Systems Inc. to construct a biological with the local Government PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD home made. Her singing and
for In 163 of the teacher who does
wait Incineration facility. Th. facility provided Florida Statutes.TO Chapter Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA outstanding job. She will an dancing enchanted us all.

will b. located eait of US 301. west of SR All Citizens, and other provided for In Chapter 163 of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant SES at the Bradford County represent.Teacherof Mrs. Woodfin's and Mrs. Russell's
: Taxpayers
100 on Galnes Blvd., Stark., Bradford Interested Florida Statutes.TO to Chppt.r 163, Florida Statutes, the Year Competition on Feb. 9. Classes are really enjoying their Indian
County. Florida. The Department hot and persons.You each of You are hereby and : All Citizens, Taxpayer and other the comment regarding the proposed Congratulations, Teresa I unit. Both classes have been

assigned file number ACO 4-174472 to herewith glv.n notice In accordancewith Interested persons. Bradford County Subdivision Regulation New Student Teacher (Intern) : working on special projects Vickie
this project. Florida Statutes that the Board of You and each of You are hereby and will be heard by the Bradford County SES extends a warm welcome to DeSue, Tiffany Ratliff, and Amanda
A person whose substantial Interestsare Commissioners of Bradford herewith given notice In accordance Board of County Commissioners as the Mary Ann Tillman, who is Intern Stacy made special projects for the

affected by th. Departments proposed County County, Florida, have designated the with Florida Statute that the Board of local Planning Agency on Feb. 21, 1990. teaching under the supervision of tribe of their choice. Monica Tyson,
permitting decision may petitionfor Bradford and Planning County Commissioners of Bradford at 7:30 p.m. In the Commissioners Room Mrs. Lynn Ward.Valentine Jessica Wilkerson, Amy Padgett,
an administrative proceeding (hearing County Zoning County, Florida, have designated the of Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Picture Button: The Crystal Melvin, and Stephanie
Board to conduct hearing at a
) ,in accordance with Section 120.57 held a public In the Bradford County Zoning and Planning Florida. At the aforementioned meeting PTO will have representatives at Gunter made tee pee displays for
at 7:00
regular
Florida Statutes. Th. petition must con meeting p.m.Stark. Board to conduct a public hearing at a all Interested parties may appear to be SES on Friday, Feb. 9, to make and Mrs. Russell's class.
Council Room of Stark. Hall.
tain the information set forth below and City regular meeting held 017:00 p.m. In the heard with respect to 'the proposed sell Valentine Picture Buttons. Pictures Second Grade will be going to the
must be filed (received) In th. Office of Florida, on Tuesday February 27, 1990, Council Room of Stark.City Hall Stark., Bradford County Subdivision Regula taken will be made into a large movies on Feb. 9. We will need $2.00.

General Counsel of th. Deportment at and make a recommendation to the Florida on Tuesday, February 27, 1990" tions. button (badge) and will be on a red The movie is "The Little Mermaid".
2600 Blair Stone Road. Tallahassee, Board of County Commissioners and the and make a recommendation to the A Copy of the proposed Bradford heart background. The cost of each Please turn permission slip and

r'irldo' 323992400. within 14 days of Board will consider on Wednesday, Board of County Commissioner and the County Subdivision Regulations I la picture button will be $2.00. The picture money in by Friday Feb. 9.
publication of this notice. Petitioner March 21, 1990 at the CommissionersRoom Board will consider on Wednesday, available for public Inspection at the buttons will be made at our PTO Mrs. Patterson's Pre-1st On Fri-

shall mail a copy of the petition to th. of the Bradford County Courthouse March 21, 1990, at the Commissioner Planning and Zoning Office, City Hnll. building and will make excellent day, Jan. 26, we had Parents Day.
applicant at the address indicated aboveat Stark., Florida at 7:30: p.m. an Room of the Bradford County Courthouse Any person deciding to appeal a decision keepsakes for Valentine's Day. Eleven parents spent the morning in

the time of filing. Failure to file a petition Ordinance relating to: Starke, Florida at 7:30 p.m. an mode at the above referenced Awards Assemblies Schedules: our class. The students read their
The rezoning of the .following described meeting need to record the dinosaur reports. Each student also
within this time period shall constitute Ordinance relating to: may proceedings Wednesday, Feb. 7 kindergarten,
a waiver of any right such person property and amending the Comprehensive The rezoning of the following described and that for such purpose, he first and second grade.. Friday Feb. read lustrated.a book It they had written and il-
Land Use Plan to providethat was a I
may have to request an administrative property and amending the Comprehensive may need to ensure that a verbatim 16: Third grade, 8:15-9: a.m.; iiourthgrade The great dayl
land curr.ntly zoned OR and parents attending were Adam
determination (hearing) under Section Land Use Plan to provide record of the proceedings I* made. 9-9:45: a.m.; fifth grade,
Wainwrights
designated by the plan as Open Rural, mom and dad; William
2/08 Cont. 371 9:45-10:20
120.57. Florida Statutes. that land currently zoned CG and Itchg ; No. : : a.m.
be rezoned to ILW, and designated Industriallight Atwood's mom; Ryan Carter's
the follow. designated the Commercial '.0. Number3B31Classified Mrs.' DeValerlo's Fifth Grade:
The Petition shall contain by plan as .
mom Kenny dad
& Warehousing, the ; Cooley s ; Tract
ing Information: (a) The name, address, property General be rezoned to Cl, and Mrs. De's class would like to con- Cruce's Charlene
of Jeannle Culverson described as mom; Farlow'smom
and telephone number of each petitioner designated Commercial Intensive, theprop.rty gratulate Lad Crews, Nakisha
Cheryl Miller's
follows: IT04B37-0-00000 In Section 15, ; mom; and
Williams and Lindsay Woodfin for
of Frank S Ann described
the applicant's name and address Gagtln Matt Peterson's
Township 7, Range 22 East Approximately mom.
the Department Permit File as follows: Parcel J5649-A-01403 In winning our class Spelling Bee. They On Tuesday Jan. 30 visited
3 acres, located on Road 100 we
Number and the county in which the project South, approximately 2 1/2 miles on the Section 13 Township 8, Range 22 East Ads will represent the class in the school the Museum oC Science and History
is proposed; (b) A statement of how right. ISO'xTOO on Road 100 behind Keystone spelling bee. Congratulations also to in Jacksonville to see their dinosaur
and when each petitioner received Robert Hewett and Emily Hartley exhibit. Thanks to all the
You are further given NOTICE that a Inn.You for parents
notice of th. Deportment's action or proposed of said proposed ORDINANCE Is are further given NOTICE that a Get Results being chosen for safety patrol who went on the trip.
copy from class. Michelle
action: (c) A statement of how available for your Inspection at the office copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I. Osteen our and Amanda News Welch.by SES Roadrunners Making Tracks
each petitioner's substantial Interestsare available for your Inspection at the office On the Path to Success
of the Director of Zoning and Planning Mrs. GrueiTs K-3 Class went to
of the Director of and
Planning
affected by the Department's action City Hall, Thompson Street, Stark., Zoning Florida Theatre to see "Harriet the
or proposed action; (d) A statement of Fl........ City Hall Thompson Street Starke,
the material facts disputed by Petitioner .

If any; (.) A statement of facts
which petitioner contends warrant

reversal or modification of the Depart. r't: ;. ,
ment's action or proposed action; (f) A .
statement of which rules or statutes J' f' : : ;v; :."
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petitioner contends require reversal or 4 ;; v : 1 ." ( .P : ? I

modification of the Department's action '

or proposed action; and (g) A statementof .', ::,
the relief sought by petitioner stating "< : ;
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Department's action or proposed action.If ..,&r : :. .': :. ; ; '.
a petition Is filed the administrative .!' ., \ ;,J-.I;: ;, : .

hearing process is designed to formulate ,' .... J,. ,. ;.t; .'r"., \i i;" F ;- .
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the position taken by It In this Notice.Persons I.i .t. yet .afl 1' ." .ii' : 't( ,
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whose substantial Interests will .reoueE '
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party have to the the right proceeding.to petition The to becomea petition ;,!f,;;: 233 .e:< : : .t: ?
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must conform to the requirements .555 4 ..\\.S. Co" S Zvs' O, a 566? lit.:. ... : ','... ',':: .. '1'0.'', ''',
specified above and be filed (received) ; }:' I ,... o. ;':t.\j. _.
within 14 days of publication of this .> '1. ._ ,\ C ,, .. ,rt..: ., "' r + tie rr.f .
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the above address of the Department. "'. ),\'.' .', ,. t s\f\J U'oi: 'n\ ,0. a9'' o.1 ..", ".r ," t'" ". yyeMv.Y' i;{!, ..,, ,

Failure to petition within the allowed/ .. P. ,,-0. 51'0''( ....,... \' .,' ....;...! .
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time frame constitutes a waiver of any 8892, On' Ef'\d e __ ;" .. ..,' .. ,
right such person has to request a hearing ,g5 1st, pve : ',., f.:,' : ';'" I, 1Ii,!
under Section 120.57 Florida 1"J af. .. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA '..S "
CIVIL ACTION NO. 89416CAFNB i \ G 'o \ E\ -- 'un : & *" Jf .

PROPERTIES INC., a Florida (\ & !) .* -. ;

corporation, J't'Iat' .. ANC S-O 6* :\aiV* !,4"*

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LEE HUDSON and ALICE HUDSON, ( {L' .
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Grantees, Assignees, Llenors, :1.i .. \""',; ; ,: 'tc::" ;' '' t\S1. c; GEtsNrQto; \ d' % v ,, '., \

Creditors Trustees or Oth.r Claimants q': \ ; .. ',
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Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto t % '' "t:..'"., \ ...r.v. .... ," ;. ,&'' &*''fII''' ... .. ,. .'-.,.- .. 'ill. I., '..,', .
order final of """
an or a judgement '' ,; \ ; .* -,, 1.- : i-IJ" S\Oe ,ioo')10) '. : ... ,
foreclosure entered In the above- ,. .
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captioned action I will sell the property I. '. ', tlA ,
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parcel being more particularly describedas ;.:$I .
follows:'Commence at an old axle :' 'r'
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located at 'the SE corner of said SW 1/4 of '"
NE 1/4 and run S 8910' W along the S'ly ,I'. .. .. '. """ wit ;i>.< .': _..__ '; ,

boundary thereof 639.23 feet for a POB. .. '" it ,' .;' rem'i!' i"""' :. .... .. __ .
From POB thus described run N 1*16' W ,. _' i. ''' ',1/\. '''1'.r.- 'I'
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208.71 feet; thence East and parallel lathe ; .: If. ",-, t .

S'ly boundary of said SW 1/4 of NE .' 'M v

1/4 208.71 feet; thence South 208.71 feet ",
to the S'ly boundary of said SW 1/4 of NE i .'\ ,
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1/4, 'thence West along said S'ly boundary ,

.i of said SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 to POB. \' .
Plus accounts receivable and Inventory :.
of all equipment all part., all accessories
all attachments, all tools, all Now can be ; ,
t Implements, all fixtures, all office furniture your advertising more user friendly.' f"; ,

and all office equipment now
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*I owned debtors and and hereafter located ot acquired Route 2 by, Box the r If you want more people to see your message,store.this in your memory: the next Centel First Source Phone 'I f1J! -

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for at cash.public In sale th., lobby to the of highest the Bradford bidder "will be.Centel's only official directory. It will be distributed to every business and residence in the area.And ---Iii" jj ., -

County Courthouse, In Stark., Florida

at February 11:00, 1990.WITNESS a.m.., on the 28th day of thanks o a joint effort with Donnelley Directory the leader In directory publishing, its new design and innovative ;

my hand and official seal I this ,III

5th day of February 1990.RAY NORMAN features'will help better serve your business.So remember to turn to the source even more people will -=

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point probably the Ellerbee Curve ticipate In recycling efforts.
BCT Staff WriterRecycling landfill site. Upwards of 1,000 people attendedthe
Is coming of age. Many In this system, recyclable fair at the Lakeside Park in Lake
kinds of recycling equipment, materials Include all glass, 'tin' Butler which featured exhibits by a
,. methods of achieving recycling cans,aluminum cans,Iron and steel, dozen or so companies engaged
demonstrations of recyclablematerials plastic jugs and plastic bottles,card- recycling and recycling equipment.
and products of recyclingwere board and newspapers. The re- Several city and county govern-
N RSV''! on display Saturday Feb. 3,at mainder of wastes would be placed ments who are already engaged in
a recycling fair at the Lake Butler In a landfill. "Big Blue"and"Recyclesaurous"
Lakeside Park. .. The purpose of the fair was to acquaint were on hand
The fair was sponsored by the New the public with the idea that for the kiddies,along with the moonS
River Solid Waste Association the recycling is coming, and that all
tri-county coalition of Baker, Brad- citizens will be required to par e Recycle page 5B
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ford and Union Counties,which have -- --

solid combined Although waste efforts disposal recent to facility developments establish for all.one / suss.$5QQidV; ;; :

have brought a 100 percent recycling '
system to the attention of the gover- starting at $20QQVACUUM :
ning board of NKSWA the board is
exercising caution in embracing the :
plant, and is continuing Its course & SEWING CENTER
toward a minimum separation of / .
Sales Repair! All Brands Parts
in the home.
... .. ., recyclables materials will be / so'ii.Walnut; .
.... _. ( ;:m'd: ; Recyclable placed 1252-E St.
in one container and non- / South 3O1 Plaza .
"Big Blue" Attends the Fair... recyclables in another, the only / Starke. FL 32091 .
separations to be made by con- Phone: ((904)) 984-8131
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Jail & Bail.. 'REVIVAL

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by Sue Ellen Smith In r
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The day started as any other day.
Buddy Paterson, principal of ..
Lawtey Community School, wan' l
hard at work In the school's front of, : fl H A'.
fice. He didn't notice the' sound 'of fi.i.i14raasea.t OtzvrJ.
tires squealing in the school parking' :
lot or hear his office door swing open lii 1
until it hit the opposite wall. "

Startled, he looked up and found _
himself staring into the eyes. of the
law."Buddy ..
Paterson "the uniformed
police officer said, "You better [ lack Mount
come with me," AuoclMxl wtth MO RIce Ranch
Paterson got up slowly, his mind'
racing. I

"What did I do?" he thought.Come BRADFORD BAPTIST CHURCH ,
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on Paterson, you've got to
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think I"Paterson ---- -
In the House...
was "arrested" and Big
L.r 100 A Griffta lep)Qfl tee....uHnud tf clkMuilc
unceremoniously led to a waiting Frle",Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez,Clerk of the Court Ray Norman and Bradford Hospital Administrator.
police car. The charge, he was told, Rip 0'8(_Mara oat from behind ban a.part of the Feb.1 Jail and Ball to benefit the American Cancer Society. --csu.-t-
was serious indecent exposure The first annual ever:rained more than$16,000 and exceeded .
expectation In pledge _.
above the neck.Paterson .. ... .... DI UnyUIoMMJessie's 5..a m..s.M' .
was just one of about 60 ponce car..to "Jail" at Dennys' toupee for a National Geographic
county residents arrested for last Restaurant on US-301 where stern- special.All charges were vehemently -
Thursday's First Annual Jail and faced judges Wiley Clark of the State denied.
Bail to benefit the American Cancer Attorneys Office and Med Connelly Other volunteer's who helped with STARKE SHOE REPAIR
Society. The Kiwanis Club sponsored president of the StarkeBradfordChamber the First Annual Jail and Bail In- 120 E. Call St. Starke
Director Terry Vaughn of Commerce, formally cluded Rick Sullivan, Esther Por- 964,6261
said, raised more than $16,000 in charged them and set their bails. reca, Lillian Stump, Maxie Norton,
pledges. After bail was set,the now prison- Don Weston and the Vo-Tech Boot Sales & Expert LoungeU.S.
"The American Cancer Society uniformed jailbirds were placed in a building construction class, Jamie
said the final figures exceeded their barred jail cell by the jailer, the Thrift, Denny's, and Burger King. Repair Work
expectations for a town of this size" ,.. Rev.Jerry Patton,and pnotograph- Director Terry Vaughn said he 301 e Starke
Vaughn said. "I was extremelypleased edi..They were then directed to one of hoped the successful vent will be
with the final results,'! '. :y i ,five phones antjadvised to raise bail, repeated next year and thanked all
"Perpetrators" were apprehended or their day could be a long one.The volunteers."I: I Live Band
by either Jim Gill of the Bradford average bail was $200. was thrilled to death with the Lady Bug Florist
County Sheriff's Office or Kinnard Charges ranged from Steve final results and couldn't have doneit .:.
I 1005 S. Water St.
Perry of the Starke Police Depart Kroll's not smiling charge to Clyde without their cooperation," he .. .. & Nights
ment. They were then taken by Terwillegar's charge of donating hisCHAINLINK said. I Starke, FL Friday Saturday


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The largest music festival in and soul music,visitors may explore sonalized Valentine Day cards pro- s s
years, featuring blues, bluegrassand Santa Fe's 40 or more vocational. di'ced; by Santa Fe's Computer and p "WANTED ALIVE"f
pop, will highlight Santa Fe technical programs, nil designed to Information Sciences Program. .. e
Community College Career Day at open up opportunities for a career in Charlie Flournoy, counselor for vALr c ,
the Gainesville campus, Saturday,' many fields. Santa Fe's High School Program, I
Feb. 10.The The festival will be staged in a said "The reason there are Surprise yoursweetheart a
Burr Oak Ensemble will tee- large grassy area that forms a unemployed and underemployedpeople with I ffioplfffobtem, i 9649995Open
natural Guided
amphitheater. toursof a
in our area is that they're not
off at 11:30 a.m., followed by "Collage" the vo-tech programs offered in trained. The purpose of Career Day H&ses Place
at 12:30. Barry Sides and the nearby buildings will be available
is to inform businesses and the
Blues Band will take over at 1:45.: from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. general public of what Santa Fe's EisK CjanCav .Crystal 1"6. your order9tcvs 6 Days A Week
followed the and Blues
by Rhythm Career Development Day also .
Vo-Tech programs have to offer in StuffufJtnlmats now
Revue at 3 p.m.Sandwiched features door prizes, food, and training courses to fill jobs in this j
in between rock, roll'
_demonstrations! such as freeper- area.
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Replace pads or shoes: $ '# 01 "95'' TIRES __ Lincoln Penny Taped To Items
resurface drums or rotors: 5. 4'

pack road-teat bearings most;American bleed&adjust cars: .. $16 Throughout The Store

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For most American cars.Front '

vehicles wheel extra.drive Parts and extra.Chevette purchase. tires of fll.TJfllil -1! down and check for those


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$41.00344.OO 33.00 Room Sets Recliners
Suits ,
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Two Bradford Men Harris was released after a $500 Bradford County Hospital and 12 to Alachua General Florida State Prison with a cardirc Michelle Clark.
In Pot TheftA surety tmnd was po L'od. Rescue Answers Hospital,in Gainesville.; One patient arrest. Howard Andrew( Smith KImberly
Charged was taken to Lake Butler Hospital Two calls were to obstetric pa- Diane Smith.
Starke man and a Lawtey man 130 Calls In Jan. Hand Surgery Center and one to St. tients and one person was dead when Hubert L. Tetstone ft Joyce L.
have been arrested by Florida Traffic Stop Bradford County Emergency Vincent' Medical l r>ntf in the unit arrived. Tetatone.
Department Law Enforcement Gets Two ArrestedA Medical Services Rescue respondedto Jacksonville. Two calls were cancelled and two Steven Ahrmrei ft Sherry Alvarez.
agents during a drug investigation of a total of 130 calls/or/runs duringthe Illness related calls topped the list calls were false alarms, said Chap- Albert E. Williams ft Joan E.
a large amount of stolen marijuana.A red iwti Mustang stopped tor an month of January, according to of emergencies with 35 people Wllllama.
telephone call from a concerned inoperative tag light led to the arrestof Supervisor Cliff Chapman. needing attention. Twenty-three man.Recent James C. Pyl.*Debbie Vickery
citizen prompted the investigation the driver and his passenger. Eighty-nine transports requiredthe calls to people in trauma and 14 calls DivorcesIn Pyle.
according to special agents Paul Robert Anthony Velleca, 18, of In- transporting of 90 patients. involving cardiac patients (three in Bradford County James Gordon Griffis ft Cheryl
Fuentez and Rick Singer. verness and Christopher David Ben- Forty-one calls required no full arrest) were U..:: next highest Jeanette Griffis.
The woman said she had been nett. 19,of Orange Park were charged transporting.The back-up unit made need. One run was to a person in The following marriages were Steven Brian Fuqua ft Vicki Red-
threatened by drug dealers who with possession of alcohol by person six runs and one patient was trauma resulting from a vehicle accident dissolved during the month of dish Fuqua.
claimed she stole their marijuana. under 21 years of age, according transported by Trauma I. Nine people suffered January In Bradford County. Robert Bennett ft Janice Marie
They apparently threatened her to Patrolmen Gordon Smith and W. respiratory problems, onp call was Bennett.
with violence and broke into her S.Allen.,Bennett, the passenger,had The majority of the patients, 60, to a drug overdose victim and three Darryl Morgan&Tracy Morgan. Lloyd Cecil Douglass ft Agnes
home to search for the marijuana, an open can of beer between his feet. were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six calls were to stabbing victims. Lester Eugene Woods & Penny Marie Douglass.
said Fuentez. Both men were released after$250 patients were taken to Shands The unit assisted Alachua County Ann Brown Woods. Bobby Lane McLeod: ft Barbara
Oral Stanley Tanner,40,of Lawteywas surety bonds were posted. "ocT'ltnl', 'l'l r to North Florida with an auto accident and assisted n..nrv Keith Clark & Jennifer Jean McLeod.
charged Feb. 5 with burglary: to -- -

an delivery occupied of marijuana dwelling, extortion more than and 20 11 ,. "/.'. ....... .". .- ,.. .... -. .. .-. ,- ." '"' "

grams. Tanner, a garage owner, '--
was released after a $3,000 cash Pick up your
bond was posted. STORE
Eddie Wayne Dempsey, 39, of ,ni.. copy of our '_./..-
Starke was arrested Jan. 31 and ', FebruaryCoupon
8A.M. J /
charged with possession of l1'"I :.r and
pounds of marijuana. Dempsey, a h R IlL
truck driver, was released after a Food Gazette In 11 p..... I
$10,000 surety bond was posted. store flyer for r' Fat sjiead _.__ '
Other to be involved y -
persons appear
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in the theft and extortion attempt. OVER 1 UT cllo
FDLE is continuing the investigation z $14 :dp u aA
GOLD KIST : r
said FuenUv _

3 ArrestedFor YOUNGNm Coupons- rebates.and W-D BRAND

Hunting Deer TENDER AMERICA'S CUTFARMSTEAD U.S. CHOICE BEEF

At NightThree GRADE 'A' CUT FROM TOP ROUND

arrested Alachua by Game County and residentswere Fresh VVHOlE BONELESS LONDONFRYERS
Water Fish Commission Officers
Monday night charged with hunting
deer at night with a gun and light
between Brooker and Graham. PORK CHOPS BROilQUANTITY
Feb. 5 at approximately 11:15
p.m., Officers Jim Hubner and Ran-
dy Cory observed a vehicle displaying -

63rd ing a the near spotlight vehicle Rock Church.coming for about south After a mile follow on SW the


officers stopped the small Chevrolet -.RESERVED."'......RIGHTS... ,... $ g ,
pickup.In the truck was driver John co.aw.T- ,n. 9
Michael Flowers and passengers PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. ,
Krista Elizabeth Patton and Stanley U .
Howard Griffis III. A rifle stock was FEB. 8-14 1990
seen between Griffis and the door,it
was a loaded 30-30 caliber Marlin
belonging to Griffis,according to Of- e
ficer Hubner. A 6mm Remington _
belonging to Flowers was recovered
LB. LB.
from the floor in front of the seat. LB. BONELESS
Also found was a clip and three 6mm
bullets.A .
12 volt Q-beam spotlight wired MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PAK CHEF'S PRIME(THE PRIME RIB OF US. CHOCK MV BONELE
direct to the vehicle battery was LB.57C PORK ROAST eRK1 298 TOP s 299
recovered from the front of the vehi- FRYER THIGHS . . LB ROUND STEAK ta

cle.The truck was registered to
Flowers (the driver's father) and PALMETTO FARMS W-D SMOKED PORK
the Bradford HICKORY SWEET PIMENTOCHEESE SHOULDERPICNICS
was receipted to him at i iwd
County Jail.Officers Communitv
Trubey and Hoffmeister _SLICED BACON rww /. Slate
assisted in the arrest and transportto Bank
the county jail. All subjects were
$ oT Stork*
booked into the jail but later released -
after $525 surety bonds were. $1,14,8, i?n 1LB. 0 970 THESE SERVICES MMILABLE:
PKQ3. Checking IhMfer't Checks
posted.
,_ LB. LB. Savings Account CwdtJ;Card s
Starke Man ChargedIn Loan Applications JMwy 0nIn.i jy o
W-D MILD MEDIUM or HOTWHOLE ALL VARIETIES ALL PURPOSE Certificates of Deposit Nigh DapMHory
Domestic DisputeA HOG W-D CHIPPED PEELED & DEVEINED Money Market Account: Nataiy Public

rested 28-year-old after a family Starke fight man was on CR-ar- SAUSAGEHICKORY . La $158 MEATS . . 2WD 'Kr 39C SHRIMP. . 'sir\ $299 HOURS: .
WED.
100A (Griffis Loop) led to a coffee W-D 10/14-LB. MON.- 9inv4p.m.THURa&FRI.
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table being thrown. SWEET ENDLESS LINK REDIBASTEDTURKEY 9im.xm.( Bank\.r'
$199 $599 88e SATURDAY 8im.-2p.rn.
James Ray Harris, 28, was intoxica-charged BONELESS HAMS La SMOKED SAUSAGE ft: . . Ls
Feb. 2 with disorderly
and distraction of
tion private property
according to Deputies W-D COOKED PALMETTO FARMS BACON ENDS &
$299 2 $107 $129
Michael H. Paris and Ron Davis. HAM d. .'. . 12 M.PKG.. PIMENTO CHEESE 'i PIECES . . l.\t.\
Harris said he was attacked by -
David Morrison and threw the coffee HARVEST
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I Bradford-jJni011 Vo-Tcch. Highlights Career Awareness with Week of ActivitiesThe _
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Bradford-Union.,VdeahdntLr (teachers participating in a clean period students in participating presentations will be made to the Feb. 14: Eights grade students for their vocationaleducationalteacher.
Technical Center,609 N. OrfitlgdSt:,' 'classroom-shop, contest. The vocational departments and pro- Junior classes on "The Working will be given a tour of the Vo-T J' .
highlights a week or specif 1C career ''schedule for the rest of the week is grams will decorate doors to emphasize world and Career Trends" by Mrs. and its programs. Seniors will at- Feb. 16: Mrs. Griffls. Ms. Mc
awareness activities during as follows: specific vocational areas. Griff is and Ms. McCloud. Decorated tend a career panel discussion In the Cloud and Miss Rosenberg wit pre
American Vocational Education Feb. 12: Sgt. Kirkland of the Winners will be announced by Friday doors will be Judged during midmorning high school auditorium with Vo-tech sent "Planning Ahead and Developing -
Week Feb. 11-17. The Vo-Tech invites Florida National Guard will present during 1st period. A breakfast is Selected students will students and Bradford County Ad- Good Decision Making Skills" to
parents and the community( to 'a career planning program to Mrs. planned for the winners.The judgingfor represent the center as they travel ministrators as guests. the ninth grade. Sgt. Kirkland will
visit the center and become more Bright's senior class. A tenth grade the clean classroom-shop area with Miss Rosenberg to high schoolsin Feb. IS: Sgt. Kirkland of the complete his program in Mrs.
familiar with the various vocational, presentation on "The Working will take place 2nd period. Baker and Union counties. Eighth Florida National Guard will presenthis Stephens' class.
training programs available 'World and Career Trends" will be Feb. 13 Sgt. Kirkland will com- grade students will view a video career planning program to Mrs. Feb.17: Vocational programs will
The week's activities will t he U'ck--, Wade by Mrs. Griffis, Ms. McCloud plete the career planning programIn focusing on the broad picture of Stephens' senior class. Students are set up displays at, the Wal-Mart
ed off Friday Fph D, 'with) the and Miss Rosenberg. During 1st Mrs Bright's class. Classroom vocational education. encouraged to do something special shopping center.

I BUS Business Partners to Reward BUS Students Who Show Improvement in Grades, Attendance _

The BHS Business''Parlnc-rm,will On May 22, 1990 the students ding for a day of swimming, tennis, fourth and ntth six weeks. If a stu- The Business Partners for BHS Terwillegar Motors, Richard E.
host the first annual"S W.1.M..Fun showing improvement in volley-ball and a cook out. dent is on the A or A-B Honor Roll for are Bradford Hospital Inc. Clay Welty and Western Steer Family
Day Students Who Improve.:Make* Academics, attendance and A student's improvement will be the first semester,he or she must remain Electric Cooperative, inc., bavis, Steak House. The Business Partnersare
I The-Difference.for all BHS students discipline will be honored by the based on a comparison of first on the Honor Roll for the fourth Monk, Farnsworth and Co., Florida hoping to make this an annual
who show Improvement during: the BHS Business Partners at thet" sememster grades, attendance and and fifth six weeks to be able.to attend National Bank Dr. Gray Flynn, event to help improve student per-
fourth and fifth.si.t-weeks: y ".' Enlisted Men's Club at Camp Elan- discipline records with those of the Land Title Information Services, formance at BHS.

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Recyclefrom

..WinnDixie"I'I page IB
1: walk drinks.and playground and free soft

One fair booth was taken over by a
TM delegation from the Citizens Committee
IT IJPU>> of Raiford, which displayed
placards Ellerbee in Curve.opposition to a landfill at

"If they had asked,we would have
GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO given them space for a booth" said
James Croft, coordinator for
___ FEED THE HUNGRY. NRSWA and the fair, "instead of
When you buy grocwlu,|Juat.ik your cMhlcr to having to move the exhibit scheduled -
"oven up"your grocery total to Iha next dollir.Th. "
for that location.
.; fund collacMd will to Th. Salvation Army to
go
FOLLOWING WIWi DIXIE LOCATION An Dodge pick-up vintage
\ PRICES GOOD IN THE : provide tr.gh food Horn for n* "t'T 'f"' STARKE470 early SOs, owned by Kenneth Wilkinson -
WEST MADISON/ BTREKT displayed a sign, "No Hazar-
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y"
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dous Waste Incinerator", and a
b '". klr, ,, handbill distributed by the group

Valentine Gift Ideas Galore! wondered recycling missioners plant.why are the fighting majority against of com-a

We 8\av "we have companies who will
recycle almost 100%of our garbage,
reclaim and clean up existing land-
fills which will save taxpayers
millions in closing costs" reads the
\, .it. handbill.
f -"'
Commissioners on the governing
8
SINGLE LAYER board of NRSWA insist they are not
fighting a recycling plant, and will

ROSE I VALENTINE SWEET A T explore disposal every available.means They of are solid moving waste

with caution however, not wantingto
,. .t.- commit large amounts of moneyin
TULIPS
BOUQUET CAKES one direction only to find out later
that the system is faulty and then be
stuck with machinery that cannot be
used or a process that does not work.
: Attendence at the fair was
$ estimated to be well over 1,000, with
.99 representatives from as far away as
d Madison Counties. Columbia and Hamilton

; [ : Commissioners Maxie Carter,Jr.,
DOZ: ", E.L. (Nook) Norman and Joe Rid-
dick represented Bradford County..
ROSES EA. EA. George Knabb and Steve Kennedy
5 were 1n attendence from Baker and
Commissioners Marvin Pritchett
SWEEETHEtT and Sidney Todd were present from
ROSE
HAlF$899 $899 Union.
BOUQUET r e't, CAKES EA. City Manager Gerald Dopson of
.. Macclenny and Fletcher Myers,
., -. '' Lake Butler city councilman, were

4'' t? Muoa 1II".for Someone .'...r ...,.". .."..I o ,Ji, Starke present were No. officials,in attendance.from! the City of
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t 0 an' \jqA non p :

Special Far Away y AccidentalDiscovery

Send a Winn-Dixie 18-INCH SIZ 250/0 OffGift May

Certificate. MYLAR
MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED End Obesity

"" BALLOONS RETAIL OF OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
Suppresses calorie absorptionSWEDENMedical

\ GreetingCards the University of Kuopio researchers in Finland at-
[ ,have discovered(accidentally)
; new weight-loss formula.The new
discovery appears to enable an
weight individual to lose pounds and
fatty tissue without\ conventional dieting -
Ii'B or exercise.
EVERYDAY Scientists made the discovery while
PRICE ping for a formula to lower
LOW cholesterol. In a controlled study of
a test group of people cholesterollevels ::
remained unchanged but the '
doctors were astounded To find that ;
every patient who used the formula '
4E 'I lost weight.The published report ofthis
study stated, "A highly signifi- _
cant decrease in body weight wasseen''in -
patients who received the
i formula.
VALENTINE I The formula was then tested at another -
__ prestigious European university
_fl _a. (hospital.! Again all patients lostweight
CUPCAKES
even though they did not
change their eating habits. The report -
Q detailing this study, published
I in the British Journal of N
I ITf stated:: "Body weight was s gniifineantly =
reduce even though the a-
ticnts were specifically asked not to
6-PK. O alter their dietary habits". One patient -
7 in this study lost more than 30
pounds.
PERDUE DELI According to one informed source,
the active ingredient comes from a
BREAST 100% natural botanical source and
TURKEY Del Monte Favorites at cmlains: no map U'stimulants.When
REGULAR, LIGHT or Choose Your taken before mealtime it bonds withthe
EXTRA GOLD food you eat and"uesup"calories -
GOORSBEER LOW PRICES. ,especially! those from fats,suppressing -
EVERYDAY their absorption.A .
$229
significant portion of the calories -
HALF 17-oz. Del Monte I 17-oz. Del Monte ingested therefore pass through

LB. $ 1 0 Cut i Green Beans --1 Fruit CocktailMICHELOB the digestive has to get system energy unabsorbed.to replace stored Thebody the

12-PK. lostcaigriessoitstarts.toburn! ;
IMPORTED ., 12-oz. III Monte French Style __ 16-oz. Del MonteBartlett fate which can result in

.VOQHTKIANCOQKll( CANS Green Beans Pears I .weight-- Tied titssafety of lcal this otingla
i use
17-oz. Del Monte Cream Style or I The formula Is marketed in capaiile -
II "tO98 Kernel Corn 16-oz. Del Monte form in the United States under
Whole the trade Cal-Ban 3000. Arum
name
BEER . . CANS Del Monte Sliced Peaches I I located in Tampa Honda has
17-oz.
$ 39' exclusive North American distribution -
1 : .. RANCH, NACHOS or Peas f h this review of the customer
.r CHILI CHEESE files 67 company revealed the
U" '6iiiii. ytt:*J--' GOLDEN. FLAKE names of hundreds of people who
LB. < .. have lost as much,20.40 or 80 or
WrV V C C more pounds overall with Cal-Ban
.INCHIIIE99AQI NACHOS '
SWEETHEARTCOOKIES .: 0-19 3000. This appears to be a goldenopportInity
S299 4 TOI'
'. 'El.' ., :; p ag ued by fat nd l uhtewthhat conventional the

FRES 11AKED GARLIC or r4TTE ft$ 690 metidsseem. to lose by

KNOT 199 Eta EACH 3000 reasonably Drlced
ROLLS . SaL J-Ban] (otr a Li week: u Iy and
'
VANILLA, CHOCOLATE!, BANANA or .6-week wpp Y Postage
SWEETHEART''"', $ 99' OR PEPPER, SUNKIST, BARQS or CHOCOLATE FUDGE and handI is $3. VISA MJIC.
; U. .. 7-Up DEL MONTE RED HAWAIIAN IPI. $149 AMEX "K.-D mten are acieIed;

FAN CAt,
Miuheltl Drug Store. I IStarke.FL 127 E. uoo.

Call today to begin the pleasant
transformation front fat and flab to
/ I the Vender firm body you If
1 I I i / you ices JOt tail] to achieve athe i iI w3 ht

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Recent ArrestsIn probation (welfare fraud), accor- !ication. according to Patrolman William John Borys, 20, was ar Kenneth Wayne Bowers, 33, of' residence in Wpdhington Springs.TV and
ding to Patrolman Susan Wilkerson.She Jerry Feltner. He was released aftera rested Feb. S on a capias from Alachua was arrested Jan. 31 for Stolen from thelhome( was a has beenrecovered
Bradford CountyThe was released after a $1,000 sure $250 surety bond was posted. Hillsborough County for possessionof DWLS, according to Deputy VCR: The stolen'property according to Sheriff
made ty bond was posted. alcoholic beverage by a person Alvarez. Bond was set at $120.25. and Hudson
following arrests were Whitehead.White
William Fred Holland, 18, was ar- under Jerry
21, possession consumptionand
by County.local authorities in Bradford\ Terry Sinclair Watkins,23,was ar- rested Jan. 30 for burglary, criminal failure to appear, according to Julian Allan Courson, 27, was ar- remain In custody.
rested Feb. 2 for violation of probation mischief, according to Patrolman Major W. C. Reno. remains In rested Jan. 31 for violation of proba- Powell 21, was arrested "
Edward James Kimbrough. 22, of for battery of a law enforcement Gordon Smith. Bond was set at custody. tion NVDL from Clay County,according Nathan and grand theft of a
for burglary
Duval County was arrested Jan. 26 officer (from Alachua County), according $1,500, he was released on his own to Deputy Alvarez. Bond was residence Pallstine. Several guns
to Patrolman Cheryl recognizance at his first appearance Kenneth Merriweather, 32, was set at $323.23.Jackson in
ion but have
on a capias for violation of probat were taken from the home
Belcher. Watkins was released to arrested Feb. 5 on a warrant charging
for robbery, according to Deputy law enforcement officer Thomas Brooks, 33, was been recovered from a Jacksonville '"
Alachua authorities. battery on a '
Michael Paris. Bond was set at Kathleen Burdick Ricks, 24, was according to Deputy Roman arrested Jan. 27 fpr DWLS, expiredtag Pawn Shop,.said Whitehead.
$2,000, he was released on his own Ralph Jessie Bellwood,21, was arrested arrested Jan. 30 for battery, Alvarez.Merriweather was releasedon attaching license not assigned, 'Michael Brown r''
recognizance. Feb. 1 for carrying a concealed disorderly Intoxication, according to his own'recognizance. according Patrolman Wilkerson. Levell Jones, and MichaelJohnson
Mack Short. Bond was He released after a$715.25 sure- Johnny Lee Alexander
according to Patrolman Patrolman was
Andrew Jackson Roberts, 21, was weapon charged with violationof
were
arrested Feb. 3 for disorderly Intoxication P. T. Gorman. Bond was set at$500. set at$1,000,she was released on her Traffic ty bond was posted. from a cocaine sweep
probation
He was reeased: on his own own recognizance. Alphonso Carson Flowers, 23, of
according to Deputy K. W recognizance Middleburg was arrested Feb. 3 for Mark Stone, 2:7.was arrested Jan. last March. They remain In custodyof
Roberts and Chief Deputy Pat Pamela Lynn Farrell, 18, was ar- no valid driver's license (NVDL), 28 for driving under Influence (DUD the county jail.
Henry. Roberts was arrested at 1 Robert Earl Simmons, 31, was arrested rested Jan. 27 for public intoxica- according to Patrolman Bob (second offense), according to
,
a m. In Conley Estates where he was Patrolman W. S. D. C. Roberts. 'He was Johnny Driggers was chargedwith
Jan. 31 for public drunkeness tion, according to McGrath. Flowers has never been Trooper
yelling, threatening cursing and according to Patrolman GeraldHayes. Allen. Bond was set at $250. issued a license. He was released released after a $1,000 cash bond violation of probation for grand
hranishing a firearm Roberts was auto.A .
theft
Bon'i was set at$500, he was after a$250 surety bond was posted. was posted.
released to Gateway Detoxication released on his own recognizance. Juan Carlos Muniz, 25, was ar-
'enter rested Jan. 28 for spouse abuse, according George Scott Piper, 27, of Duval Robert Monroe, 44, of Clay countywas warrant has been issued for Bud
l.uendolyn Foretta llankerson, Elroy William Brown, 21, was arrested to Patrolman Short. He was County was arrested Feb. 1 for driving arrested Feb. S for DUI, posses- Rhude charging burglary of a
in Raiford. Stolen
., for violation Jan. for intox- released after bond sion of marijuana, possession of residence property
.t)IIn. arrested Feb 2 29 disorderly a $500 surety while license suspended according to has been recovered but Rhude is
was posted. (DWLS), according to Sgt. H. D. drug Trooper paraphernalia J. H. Horler. Bond was set being sought, said Whitehead.
Grlffis. Bond was set at $215.25.
Josephine Capehart Pike, 29, of at $1,500,he was released on his own

/ GA was arrested Jan. 31 for failureto Bradley Bryon Gilhousen, 18, was recognizance. Recent Divorces
-! ,; appear for disposal of property arrested Feb. 1 for DWLS accordingto
under lien, according to Deputy Patrolman Allen. Bond was set at Arthur Bruce Norris, 31, was ar- In Bradford County "
\t /0.:. Roberts. She was released after a rested Jan. 26 for unlawful use of tag
,. ti his The following marriages were
released
--' C..nNo''..........' $500 surety bond was posted. $120.25 recognizance., he was on own and DWLS, according to Patrolman dissolved during the month of
A .
Wilkerson. Bond was set at$465.25.Jerry
December in Bradford County.

Wayne Gayle was arrested Eric T. Fisher &Saundra Fisher.
e'f ri"I
TULLER Feb. S for DWLS,attaching a tag not Ronald Stewart & Karen Stewart.
lawfully assigned, according to Joe I., Circrol &Jamie T. Clrerol.
; Chiropractic Center Trooper Donald Dean. He wa"
II released after a $465.25 surety bond
Only Keystone Heights Office was posted.
: FlIP
Troopers ..
r 260B, S. Lawrence Blvd. Stephen William Foster, 23, was Continue'License,
$45'fR arrested Feb. 5 on a Clay county
4737213PAIN e warrant for DWLS, according to Lt. Vehicle Inspections
David Aderholt. He was released
Bradford
: County ,
after a$252 surety'bond was posted.
The Florida Highway Patrol will
John William Cook, '63,, was, :ac-: :: be conducting driver license and
CONTROL rested Feb. 6 on a 1984 warrant t'C(of' 'vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the wok of Feb. 9 through Feb.
Only DUI, DWLS, according to Deputy
.Headaches
$19" Alvarez. 15 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18,
Neck & Arm INJURIES SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,

Only $45 .Mid Back .Work Related Harold E. Waters, Jr., 29, was ar- CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231,

.Low Back&Leg -Sports.Personal rested Patrolman Jan. 27 Wilkerson.for DWLS Bond accordingto was in CR-227 Bradford, CR-221 County1., CR-230' and CR-100A .,

set at$120.25, he was released on his Recognizing! the danger presentedto
Auto Accidents own recognizance.Laura the public by defective vehicle
equipment, Troopers will concentrate
rfL Ellen Padgett, 31, of their efforts on vehicles being
0 I DR. RICHARD C. TULLER Graham was arrested Feb. 4 for operated with defects such as bad
nY$50. possession of 20 grams of cannabis, brakes, worn tires and defective
Only$40'O expired tag and DWLS, according to lighting equipment. In addition, at-
,, PLUS MORE fnt > WHEN YOU NEED IT stopped for an expired tag and a who would violate the driver license
Heart Charms, Charmholders & Earrings & computer check revealed her laws of Florida.
24 HOURS A DAY 7 driver's license was suspended in The Patrol has found these check-
-tt: 20% OFF r DAYS A WEEK 1988. During a search of her purse points to be an effective means of enforcing
ji 4v less than 20 grams of cannabis was the equipment and driver
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tJl "I LOVE YOU" BRACELETSSALE : Sat found in a plastic bag,said Aderholt.She license laws of Florida while insur-
Office Hours Mon. -Frt.8:30: 6.00 p.m. By Appointment
fIJ was released after a $965.25 ing the protection of all motorists.
$39.95 surety bond! was posted!

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STf\IN /, Prices vehicle dur-
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August in Bradford
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just under$2 million with three tran- Sales for the month follow: Carmen R.Grasso.Brookvllle,Md.,
sactions topping$100,000. Bradford County Development lots 21 ft 22, Plumb Valley Harbor,
The $1,865,600 total compared to Authority to Moore Road Contrac- Gov. lot 3,section 25,T8S,R22E.
$1,128,100 last month,and$1,686,460 ting, Inc.. Starke, 2.16 acres in the Johnnie Blaine Thompson, personal LIMITED
in August last year. Industrial Park in NWV4 section 33, representative of the estate of
Sales are determined from deeds T6S,R22E,$21,000.
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Thompson to Pierre R.
recorded in the office of the Clerk of Robert and Miriam Brown to Adro Lanier, Lawtey, 27.36 acres in Iota 'JV IOYEARe:4'
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.. I .;.. Staff tell them when. Francis said hewasn't "I want to keep the drugs out,"
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.. ; Columbia County Sheriff's Depart-, were found also said he wanted
merit's K-9 Unit sniffed lockers and "1 didn't think we had a great deal publicity for the unannounced sear-
cars for illegal drugs at both Brad- of drugs on campus," Francis said. ches so that more students would
ford High School and Bradford Mid- "That just confirmed my suspicionswhen know that if they brought drugs on
dle School Friday,Feb.2,at the urg- they didn't find anything.I felt campus,they now had a greater risk
ing of the Bradford Co-mty Sheriffs good about it." of being caught.
Department. The unannouncedsearch Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge said BHS students, when asked what
failed to turn up any drugs. this first drug search would be one of they thought about drug-sniffing
/ BHS Principal Charles Francis many. His plan,he said was to bring dogs on their campus,-had varying
I said the sheriff's department told the dogs in routinely In order to 10B
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Drug-sniffing Dog... new type of checking account.If .
Bolo, a drug< School student for drugs. Bolo and hi* handler BJ. Craig were part of a team that searched itudent'locker and you think that you can save money by having a flat fee account or If
car for Illegal drug.Bradford Middle School locker were aim earched.The unannounced drug search, which took you're just tired of the hassle of a per-Item account come in and talk with
riMe Friday, Feb. 2, failed to turn up any drug
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workers will be paying into the age, around the year :2U1C, the ratio JAMES C. MORRISON" .
\s the balance in the Social 165
' (','urity trust funds continues to system and more retirees will be. will drop to only two workers for 1765 SHERIDAN DRIVE '"< J rt.'t':
, so does the public debate receiving benefits. During the 1990s each beneficiary. The gradual increase YOUR CITY STATE 12089 ,,, \ .
grow ilinut the proper use of this money. the baby boom generation in the in trust fund reserves now is .' '.,.."..._" .' r.,. .'j'!" ... ..." .. 19 r 63-835_
! ended for benefit in the workforce has assured a ratio of ,_. ... 631
1111 payments needed to allow payment of benefitsto 1 "..,--
three workers for each
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i hinds which increased by $38.8 r II II I X COUNTRY LIVING
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IUI y and peak at about 2.8 trillion in
today's dollars by the year 2020. MfcMO ... -.. .. _.
Some of the current debate .M if290
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given to possible other uses,suchas --- ,b. < i-;'. NO HIDDEN CrlMGEU _.....
higher benefits, or the lowering of
Social Security taxes to return \
Social Security to a pay-as-you-go I This account will make banking easy. You can write as many checks as
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ystem. Both of these suggested i iI GET FREE NOW!
alternatives ignore the issues which I SPECTRUM you, wish. There Is no per-Item charge. Just a flat fee of $10.00 per
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led to Social Security's current good month. The checks at reduced fee.6w" .
are provided a
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the Social
health, according to lockable rod and gear atoraga make thia ihallow-dnfted' ng the ultimate in size and value
Security Administrator Parallel-Plate built for strength' and a aeven-degree DynaPlarw huU adaptation produce
In 1983 remedies were devised by exceptional performance and control charactenatica. The complete|package includca I SO hp .
the bipartisan Commission on SocialSecurity Force outboard and cuitom-pamted tnll= .
for a then financially I r rum 1 e1' t11'J .-. -, a". nt4tas
troubled Social Security system.*..,. p= ._ \ : 'I I J/ItlwaiflsO1in1) ( ililu, i 't 2
Congress adopted the Commission's C/C.//( /I IALACHUA 1 "t"\1' II< etwV1/ : : ,'j. ) :,: ftEO'1l: 'r'
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recommendations I higher Social I 'S COMMUNITY STATE BANK
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coverage extensions / in an effort to MARINiN. .'
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will hold the Spring Games Animals, and Gift BasUjjjf: All Types
March 2 at 9 a.m. at Bradford High
Valentines; Q JI vited School Track to attend Field.the The public event Is but In- .: ;.: :" and Price Ranges /
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K.illiiritl oiitaiilc Lake City: will the uflerniMin! and continued) until dusk.
|>urM>.se of pro*'iirinu, dpritiluct.s /.: l'lIlturlll The iriuriicrituin shifted tack lind
and food obtaining forth und lack: again,hut by cover of
Horror ruM'ru.LM. mill fOrl'ill1111./ 1I1"' hIllC'1! nightfall the;Federals: retreated! ,The
(if "'Inrllllllllllll'I Union victory was dearly! the (:'onfldcraleH. .
Meanwhile, the Confederate: ,
Drama Set forces, equally determined. lo Columbia: 'nuiity: and Dm liluiijrey -
t preserve mid protect their cornnrxxlilies ( Army invitu you to rflivllthis
1 handed together/ lit exciting! Confederate! victory in
Feb. 9-10 I <>lu>lee, conHKlerinK it Iheir most duster ut the Olusteu! Hattie
j defensible position. Festival! and Ueenuctment! Feb 16,
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The fighting begun with tint Con: ,' 17 und IK Thii festival includes arts
Stage Door Productions, a newly mlerule! udvame: <:'av lry forces arid' crafts: booths food a street
formed theatre group of veteran actors x luring KuderiilH toward I primary dunce, fireworks, und reenactment!
in the Lake Region,will offer lit! defenses. caritas, UH well us Ihn Oluslen Battle.
first production, a tun-filled t. kiM>ff III lR+ t On 'lh! Idea lw' field sliidfletl with! ref.nlltlm'mt Keb., in til I:30.:: '
on "horror" shows ut the Keystone "" _.. ---.... ...... '"""'- -- ,-- .. on i,
Heights Woman's Club Friday mill -
Saturday, Feb 9-10, at 8 p in. /
The plot of the comedy/duiin.i, \ I NOTICEGlenda's
"It's A Scream", revolves n round mi ( I
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and even "him". The unties that "
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zaney would-be horror, humor, and Boo! To You Too... adds
a mock seance. Ready for draw rehearsal the east of"It'*a Scream" present their brat face for I'rlilay and Saturday night I Merle Norman
Ian Thomson, of Keystone not MI mellow-drama Involving monstroiu murderer.Tile new dramatic group Stage! Door Production,In making
Heights, plays Moreau: Jim Bray of Ito Lake Region debut, benltlttlng the Keystone Height Woman'.Club. Beginning.left(counter clockwise): Ian I Cosmetic Studios
Starke is the studio Pat
Crawford new of Keystone owner, ; the Thorn,Jodi Balllnger Mike Crawford the Monster Hubert a* lilnwelf. Pat Crawford, and Jim Bray(front and

housekeeper, Mike Crawford, also center), 964.7355

of Keystone, plays the chauffeur; sound and lighting. The play is produced High School technical inlorn Club, which will benefit from the I Announces hours in addition to hours.
regular
new our
and Jodi Ballinger of Stnike, is mi and directed by Mike Tickets are currently on MIL! and proceeds
aspiring young actress, aplly named Crawford,assisted by Jim Bray,und may be purchased through/ Bronchi For information on how other We will now be open on Mondays, 9:30.5:30
Lizzie Borden. stage-managed by Georgia Ross, Carr at Lake Travel clubs
Region Ajjoncyon or organizations cnn arrmitfcfor / I
Special effects enhance. the with Ray Ross as technical advisor, Lawrence Blvd., 47.1-72: or benefit performances, cull Pat 118 S. Thorn son St. e Starke, FL
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Danika Richardson, a junior, said "I was "surprised they didn't find
she had mixed feelings about havingthe anything said junior Kathi Crum."
"I know there are drugs here.
dogs brought on
"I think we have campus.a right to Richard Beckum a senior agreed
," Richardson said. "The with Crum.
privacy "
lockers I don't mind but the cars are thought they'd find something
Beckum said. As for routine sear- :
ours.Other students like freshman ches, Beckum said he wasn't '
bothered by them.
Erica Cohens said didn't like
they "Maybe the "Ii catch the ones they
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the fact that the school was searchedat need to catch he said.
all.
"I think it wasn't necessary The two German Shepherds Bolo ___
because I think students have more and Bear, and their handlers B.J
sense than to put drugs in their Craig and Wallace Kitchens were
lockers," Cohens said. brought in from the Columbia County i I
Sam Rambert, also a freshman, Sheriff's Department because the :
agreed with Cohens. Bradford County Sheriff's Depart.
"They shouldn't have done that," ment does not yet have a narcotic
Rambert said. "I didn't think they'd detecting dog of its own. But I
find anything. Etheridge said he hopes to have a Ii
Other students,however said they dog and handler In Bradford County i
felt sure that some drugs would have within the next year if the department II NO1tEil. O I Iio.
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Jbituaries of Maxvlllei 20 grandchildren and'n member. of
great gra/KIChildren. Starke. Smyrna Baptist Churchof Card of Thanks...

Albert Grady Pope Funeral services were held at 2 Survivors include his wife, Corene The family of Harry K. Davis Gator Western Wear
p.m.Sunday,Feb.4,at the Kitchen wishes to Purple
Mr. Chapel of Broughton of Starke; one express heartfelt thanks
Albert Grady Pope 88 of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of son, Willis C. "Buddy" Broughton, for all the sympathy, food and : S. Stance 9644809Next
Melborm
Hoe ital in, died Feb. 2 at WeustKoH! ; Starke with Rev. Hoke O'Berry of Jr. of Raiford; three daughters, flowers offered during the illness to Gator II Farm SupplyWoman's
Roclcledge, Fla. Born In ficiating Burial was in Long Branch Mrs. Lorene Sumner, Mm. Joyce and loss of our loved one.
Covin ,Ga., Mr. was an air! Cemetery in Maxville with Archie Sutton and Mrs. Louann Rowe,all of A special thanks to the Whispering Blouses
conditioning and refr gerator ser Tanner Funeral Home of Starke In Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Pinel! Care CenterB.radford
viceman and was retired civil ser charge of arrangements. Graham of Lake Butler and Mrs. Hospital doctors and st Af(. :samp on 30-40 OffMen's
vice worker. He was a former resident ciMinimriee ... Praise
hand1-d
Margaret Ernest of Miami two .. green
of ; Acrel
Hampton and
list faith. was of the Bap. Willis Clifton brothers,Carl Broughton of Grahamand neighborhood. H'" I'f[ Long Sleeve

Survivors Include his wife of 65 Broughton, Sr. Earnest Broughton of Jackson- Lillie Davis&Family Shirts 25-35 Off
ville .
; grandchildren and 11 H old .
great K.1"Io*Family "
Ruby Hicks
years Loren Pope of Merritt Pope;island two sons and 78,Mr.of Willis starke Clifton died Saturday Broughton morn-, Sr., grandchildren. _Randall W.Davis&Family Felt Hats 25% OffWestern

James Pope of Cocoa;one daughter Ing. Feb. 3, at his home following a Funeral services for Mr.Brougl1l.on '-.Ii
Wessl Saxon*nd 15 of Hampton it grandchildren brief illness. Born and raised in were held Tuesday, Feb. Looking?? Dresses For Spring Are Now In
great grandchildren. Graham, Mr. Broughton moved to 6, at Smyrna Baptist Church with Check
Funeral
services for Mr. Pope Starke some 44 years where he Rev. Charles
were held Tuesday Feb.8,at 1 p.m. has since resided. He ago was retired Burial was in Mt.Starling Sinai officiating.Cemeterynear the Lay-A-Ways r VISA) ( Open:
at Florida Memorial Funeral from Welcome __
Home, the civil services at Cecil Field Graham with Archie Tanner Mon.-Sat. 9-6
Rockledge, Fla with burial In as a maintenance employee after 33 Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Classifieds
Florida Memorial Gardens. years of service. He was also a arrangements.

Mrs. Verlle P. Harper

Mrs. Verlle Pauline Harper,69,of
Starke died Friday Feb. 2in Oaks
Nursing Center, Gainesville[ follow-
ing a long illness. Born In Brooker
Mrs. Harper was a lifelong residentoi s t
Bradford County. She was a r { isu
member of the Baptist faith and
retired operator of the Eastern Oil
Station, Starke.
Survivors include one daughter, e
Claudia Harper, Crawfordville; two e
lORI, Fate Harper of Graham and \ o
) rl O a rc
James A. Harper of Keystone
Heights; three brothers Rudolph
Ren!roe of Archer,Hollis C. Renfroeof
Chiefland and William J. Renfroeof
Gainesville; two sisters, Virginia
L. Harper of Starke and Myrtle E. A
Waters of Lake Butler; 13 grand- c ,
children and 10 great grandchildren. S d
Funeral services for Mrs. Harper .,rt
were held at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel, Starke, Sunday, Feb.
4, with Rev. Gene Bass officiating. t
Burial was In Elzey Chapel
Cemetery, Lake Butler, under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.

Hubert C. Rouse Jr. 0 t ORTHO GUARD

Mr.Hubert Conway Rouse,Jr.,56, Daap down nrrnnau with multKxjII Innanprlna and Inaulalor pad,cotton
of Brooker, died Thursday morning ULLESFZE ton and loam cushioning lor additional comfort Mborator oovar quMUd
LLOIPVS .
in the Alachua General Hospital with Hum teamTWIN
Gainesville following a brief illness.
AVwei ;QUEEN
FULL
Born in San Diego Calif., he lived
most of his life in Lake Butler and in BUY THE MATTRESS BUY THE MATTRESS our 111!11uTrkwas
Brooker. He was employed with the 6
FOHJUST.
Florida Highway Patrol in 5% 99 .'

Gainesville as communication of- 1/2 o GET THC BOXSPRtNO+ GET THe BOXSPWNQ OCT THC BOXSPftMQJUST.
ficer. He was a Navy veteran of the til
Korean War; attended the Christian r- PAIR? / TTRRss j T... $4O FOR T... $ 5R ....$75M.
Church; was a member of Masonic
Lodge No. 112 Sanderson.
Survivors include his mother,
Mrs. Zella Rouse of Brooker and one ,
sister, Jackie Crews of Starke. '4 QMt ?'Wh 4r
Funeral services held
were Saturday
.
morning at 10 a.m. in the Chapelof 1. ,.'.,. .,.. "i, S
Archer Funeral Home of Lake t P .
Butler with the Rev.Art Peterson of
ficiating., Burial will follow at 2:30

p Nashville.m. in the, Rowe Ga. Town Archer Cemetery Funeral in -BEDROOM Oil SALEI lIVING ROOM ON ALI

Home of Lake Butler lain charge of
arrangements "Masonic Tites were' ,

conduedz$19 grcpvasity4, .n. r'tt'. 4'a-

Alorizo: 'S.. t Bath, Jr.

Mr. Alonzo S. Leath, Jr., 87. of r
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Feb. 3,in Humana Hospital,Orange
Park, following an extended illness.
Born in Birmingham, Ala., Mr.
Leath moved to Keystone Heights in
1959 from Jacksonville. He was a
member of Keystone United
Methodist Church and was a retired:
real estate appraiser for Florida
Department of Revenue. .,wt PINE FINISH 4PC. = '. 3 ATTRACTIVE WOODTRIM LIVING ROOM
Survivors Include his wife} EuniceB. .i+"'"' ,1 BEDROOM GROUP fv ceA"vroct v Fully u<)haMan>d In .canur print Ouponl Antron* Nylon ValvM to I Igiva
Leath of Keystone Heights; two With BraM Finish Hardware t t M, tongtlnw,oara-fra*uaa and anjoymant wand la aocantad I
with box-plaatad akkla,pillow arnia.oontraatlng wood trim
sons, George E. Leath, Keystone ALL 4-PIECE wjga,
Heights and Donald M. Leath of
Palmdale, Calif.; six grandchildrenand All IOVESEAT'221
three great grandchildren. 1.1p.door oM.t. 1T I SOFA v.......CHAIR 1G7
Funeral services for Mr. Leath
were held at 11 a.m. in Keystone -wJ rsE
United Methodist Church, Monday I 1 QUEEN SIZESLEEPER
t b. G, with Dr. Richard Albury of- e REFRIGERATOR
ficiating. Burial will be at a later & IN OUR STORE
date under the direction of Jones ,
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. LOVESEAT
In lieu of flowers,contributions may _
be made to the American Cancer
.3495
Society, Bradford County Unit, 1199' I I/"AS LOW/ AS . ..3995TV CHERRY FINISH AS LOW AS. . .

Bessent Road.Starke.Florida 32091. -- r 4P ECE BEDROOM

Mrs. Gladys Y. TurnerMrs. STEREO, U fl 1 CLASSIC FEATURING"RICE"A FREEZER

Gladys Young Turner, 84, of CARVED POSTER BED
Lake Geneva, died Thursday, Feb. a VIDEO DECK I TMa.tnoraaalvaly Myted.110III.0 oadroom IN OUR STORE
1 in North Florida Regional Medical _..... am RICE"
owvad bad. trip* draaaar. padmam )-
Center,Gainesville following a long irtrref. and maatar Mrawarohaat
illness. Born in Jackson County, $19! / 41 In warm chany and 295rt
Florida,Mrs.Turner moved to Lake AS LOW' AS. . braaa snap hardwara.. "AS LOW AS. . .
Geneva in 1977 from Putnam Hall.
She was a member of First Baptist ( \ $II4fj
F1NtSH
Church and the Dorcas Sunday PiNE
School Class; was a homemaker and ....- DPII 4-ORAWERCHf!!
1
widow of the late Dolt Turner. : *# / w.......... NI OHTSTAND...*71] ...", .... Ef\{.
sons,
Survivors Include two \ ?2m
Adolphus Turner of Charleston,S.C. \ M r+st H A* ,
,
and William Turner of Palatka; 4w r ACTION by LANE*
eight daughters, Dorothy Hennies r d ESP PUB BACK STYLEROCKERRECLINER 51188DINETTE
and Betty Millican of Keystone e?
Doris Taylor Height oombrlbN P bail d..1gq w/M/ ] ai
Palatka,
Charlotte Hersey of A and o1t.lnan. M
Hilda Kersey of Hastings, Carolyn \ v.dd.dI.' nMttmng action.UfaITIma -
Hunt of Plant City, Barbara Carter }Maohanlama.Warranty an Raellnlng WASHER
of Alto Lake and Dana
Starke; sister, Ruby[ WomWe of In Our Store $
and 12
:ig grandchildren IN OUR STORE

Funeral services for Mrs. Turner r
were held at 2 p.m. ta First Baptist A* Low A. $9700 GIGANTIC AS..537BEDDING
AS LOW
Church.Keystone Heights,on Satur- SELECTION!
Dr. E. Winsom
Si&officiating.. Burial theadir in
Keystone Cemetery under ec- I
RANGE:
of SET
ttnn at Jones Funeral Home
Keystone. In lieu of Dowers, contributions D
may be made to the In Our Store iiWTI IN OUR STORE
Building Fund, First Baptist
Church 550 S.E. Heron Keystone

Height, FL3265* 148 $295CRETXT
TannerMr. a Low A* Set AS LOW AS. . .
Maxie A.

Maxie Andrew Tanner SI, of
Lawtey died at his home early Friday [
morning. Feb. 2, following an FARtd1ERS.. _= '..
extended illness. Born and InMaxvllle MM.t.l-
se MotJ
Mr. Tanner to Vye're ores r :
Lawtoy In 1980 where he has since Furniture &
resided. He served In the US Army IJIA FURNITUR
ERS
during World War H and was of the .. I ... NOFNnceCompany
BaptJat faltb. Pwal ...... 111 MId .
Sun1von iadddI Ms wife, Lois sew .1IWI.De

Tanner of Lawtoy; one son, Hoyt = :=s ees (ELECTRONICS NO Down. 1
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three daughter. t
8Uriin of Uwtey:
Adetofltarttng and June Edwards, ;:....... ...... AtId. YeunO AdulttNewfvw"
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bath d ittarkeTand Beverly ManningofJaduomrtSe Cash

Carts and: LeiJa; Mae two sisters Carter,both Mattie of *?: =r ROMI.a: :rout 835 S. WALNUT ST STARKE, FLORIDA .vISAa : -.

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19, 30, 31 and 34 Woodlawn. section 25, T8S R22E, 580. lot 1,section 34,T8S R22E, on north Gnann to Thomas Levi! and Eileen 132'of N 306'of East 330'of W 990'of Elmer E. and Nancy Morgan to
18 T5S R22E, $83,000. Ronie C. Davis to Richard J. and side of Lake Santa Fe, $176,000. Brady Smith, Starke, 19.62 acres NWV4 of SWV4 section 11,T7S,R21E, George and Dorothy Morgan, lot in
koger Jones to Robert A, Mc- Anita G. Croteau Lake City, 2.5 Florida Federal Savings Bank to partly in NEV4 of NWy4 and partly In $12,000. stt of SEV4 section 1, TBS, R22E,
Cashin, Hampton, lot west of acres in NEV4 of NEV, section 21, William W. and Patricia W. Welch, SEV4 of NWV4,section 15,T7S,R22E, Lamar and Frances Johnson to $
US.-301: In NEY4 section 24, TVS, T5S, R22E, $19,000. Keystone Heights,parcel In Gov. lot 140.000. D.M. Hale, Lake Butler, parcel in dhaarlea; and Maureen Moss to
R21E. $38,000. Martha W. Dorko and Ernest B. 1, section 36, T83, R22E, $85,000. Raymond E. and Edith J. Griffin, tract 2-C of Mount Pleasant on Silver William and Vera Padgett Starke,
;Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay Wells to Greg E. Ebnet and Irene M. Ray E. and Patsy C. Gambill to Louis R. and Kathleen M. Urilliot to Lake, $5,000. lots 4 & 5. block 6, Crosby Lake
to fleet Finance and Mortgage, Inc. Hudkins, Keystone Heights, lots 3 & Jess W. and Norma Jean Allard, Edward Hulme, West Chester, OH. L.J. Kite, Sr. to Ronald W. and Shores In SEV section 24 and NEtt
\l'Iesville' 2.5 acres, Sft tract 1 4, block 23, Town of Lawtey, section Westerville, Ohio, lot 32 Seminole lot 16 Seminole Ridge No. 7, fractional Tammy S.Johns, Starke, parcel 31, section. 25,T6S R21E 15000.
west of CR-21, Geneva Woods, section 23, TSS, R22E $15,000. Ridge, Unit 5, fractional section 12, section 12, T9S, r22E, $38,000. 1 acre, N132' of W 330' of NWV4 of Marjorie A. Murphy to Lillian E.
25,T8S, R22E,5900. Paul H. and Irene L. Faulkner to T9S, R22E, $8,000. Tom H. and Keaa W Hemdon to SWV4 section 11, T7S/, R21E, $10,000.L.J. Griffis, Starke protlon of NEV of
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay Earnestine W.Terborg and Leslie K. Gerald Griffis Construction Co. MASO, Inc., Starke, lot 24, Deerfoot Kite, Jr. to Eva; Dukes and NWV4. section 6, TBS R22E, $58,500.Herbert .
to Fleet Finance and Mortgage,Inc., Webb, New Smyrna Beach, .62 acres Inc.: Gerald Griffis and Gerald M. Trail, fractional section 3, TIS, Madison Dukes Jacksonville, 1 E.'and Ruth Norman to
Ntt tract 3, Geneva Woods, section partly In SEM of NEV, section 20, Griffls to Morris D. and Mary E. R21E.$3,000.Artlmr acre in NEV4 or NUV4!: section 10, David A. and Nancy R. Mcintosh,
25, TBS R22E, 5300. TBS, R22E, and partly in lot 3, block Mahoney, Starke, lot 8 except the R. and Dorothy M. Hiltonto T7S, R21E, $13,000.L.J. Starke, portion of tract B of West
Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtnay 3, Green Acres $67,000. east 26'and the east 36'of lot 9,block T.S. and Jenelle Budd, Miami,lot Kite, Sr.to Michael and Mary Pines,$46,000.Charlotte .
to Fleet Finance and Mortgage,Inc., Mildred A. Feaster to Chesley A. 2, Saratoga Heights Unit 3, $45,300. C in SEY4 section 24, TBS, R22E, Winstead, Starke, lots 31 and 32, 2 A. Payne to Kenneth W.
SVfc.tract 4. Geneva Woods section and Eunice W.Moore,parcel in Gov. William T., Jr. and Carol Lucille $12,000. acres in WVi of SWV4,section 20 T7S, and Vickie L.Teal Finley: Ohio,lots
William M. and Mary Ann R21E, $15,000. 2 & 4, block 1, Original Town of
o w Housman to Kathryn L. Struth, L.J. Kite, Sr. to David L. and Starke, NEV4 of SWtt, section 28,
Starke, lot 3 and WVfe lot 2, block 3, Sharon Tucker, Keystone Heights, T6S, R22J1! $14,400.
Hardy's Addition to City of Starke, lot 53,River Bend Estates, 1.02 acres Frank 1!;. and Alice Pendleton to
I 34500. in WMi, SWV4,section 20,T7S R21E. James A. And Fridolin H. Godfrey.
Sheila Y. Howell to Wayne C. David A. and Nancy E. McIntosh Jacksonville, lot 9, Lake Bedford
Young Lawtey.parcel in Stt section to William E. Sr. and Cynthia A. Shores, $75,000.
36, T4Si: R22E $12,700. Gordon,Bryceville,lots 3 and 4,Rit- PHH Home Equity Corporation to
J po p Q '1, Roger and Arnie; Calvin Jones to' chey Estates, the SWV4 of SWV4 section Jackson N. and Julie M. Guice
N o Robert A. McCashln, Hampton, lot 1, TBS, R22E, west Of S.R. 100, Lawtey, part of SEV4 of SWV andSWY
O p0 do0 In NEV4 section 24, TIS, R21E, $8,900. of SEV4,section 35,T5S,R22E,
$38,000. Michael R. Migden to Robert $69 000.
Charles Van Zant and Marston Richard Walker, Keystone Heights, dotes; M. and Gloria M. Ratliff to
Jordan to Marino J. and Doris E. ail of block 5, Gov. lot 2, section 22, Dennis C.and Cynthia F.Tew,Tren-
Calli, Keystone Heights, parcels 3 T8SD, R22E, Lakeside, 100000. ton, parcel In SEV4 of NWV4 section
and 4, Plumb Valley Harbor, Gov. Billie W. Moore to Michael W. 23, T7S,R21E, $44.800.
lot 3, section 25, TSS, R22E $32,500. Blankenship,Jacksonville, parcel inS Colen M. and Gloria M. Ratliff to
L.J. and Audrey Kite to Cecil; and section 38, T4S, R22E, south of G.W. and Kate M. Robinson,
A'4'/ 0 y a4V"o Sheryl Tyler, Starke, parcel 13, S U.S. 301, 15300. Gainesville, parcel in SEtt of NWV4
r o section 23,'17S, R21E,$44,500.
U4/ O D Calvin C. Rodney to Randall P.
r / tO Q/ I and Cynthia M.Thomas,Starke,1.54
'i 11 q O pp acres in SEVi of SEV4, section 29,
t ,
T6S.R22E, $18,000.
> a Albert J. and Phyllis Racina
I Rother to David S. and Linda M.
Crawford, parcel In SWV4 of SE'A,
at loan S fashions section 26, T6S, R22E, $87,000.
Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
Daniel L. and Ruth Ann Robinson,
to Purchase that special gift for your Valentine.., Orange Park, lot 2. Lake Sampson

1/isltJoans Fashions where you will find a large selection of Monet Jewelry, I Villas R21E!! ,,$20,900.Robert in fractional. section 3, T7S,

Beaded Isotonersfippers, Cologne and lovely Lingerie that will delight that special Jimmie and and Olivja Beatrice Scott Scott to Edgar, and

lady of yours. WillIams'! ,Jr.;,Lawtey,parcel in 5'4
yVsli of SEV4 of ;SWy4, section 25, TSS,

Fall & Winter Clearance .'''&f>(j'u.i R22E Hazel, $2,800.Lee Silcox to Magnolia Properties '

25 ,50% Inc. Starke lot adjoining
$0
$
Sale Continues at Joan's to block 1,Temple's Addition to Starke,
spcciti section 28, T6S. R22E,9200.
make for Robert E. and Amanda E. Smithto
Spring -
way I ; I ; 0tiltftyitl Michael J.and Connie A.Hinman,
,, Off <*$4 Lawtey, SV lot 61, Woodlawn, section -'
15.TSS, R22E, $54,900.
Plus Additional Reductions $*& Lucille \,;. Spry to Gerald and
Kathy ,Mass., lot
Hwy 90 West 752-3743 or vii0\yiii( 16, block 3, Saratoga Heights Unit 3,

Lake City 752.3744 $30,800. Struth to Arthur W.,Jr.
Louella T.
Joan's fashions Starke Plaza Visa and Sally F.Buchanan,Starke,lot 1,
block 4, Original Town of Starke,
964-7651 Mastercard also parcel In SEV4 of NWV4, section

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 28 TSS R22E 57000. -
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,., .. .. .. .. -" "-"-"-" .. ilTUliam Edgar, Sr. and Rose M.
Thigpen to Martin L. and Judith R.
Duffy Starke, parcel in NEV4 section
1 -14,TTSrRWP: ; !:, $30.900.-
William: W. Jr. and Patricia N.
f I1 Welch to Wayne and Arden Richardson -
,Hawthorne,lot on Lake Geneva,
SEY4 of NEV4,section 25,TBS,R22E,
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Meritt J. and Carleen R. Williamsto
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Vargas,lot 10 and Sto lot 9,block 16,
Livingston! Truby and Co's Additionto
City of;Starke, $26,000..
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