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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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Outside... f p KY LIBRARY Bradford

Th will e warm temperatures near ao degreel Wednesday,February 14, OF FLA. HlSTORH& "I "'cha COJ//J:
day.warm to the mid BOa for Thursday and Friday and early Satur' y

A cold front now In the mid-weal has become stationary and Is exInside....
peeled to become a warm front with a low pressure center clr-
culatlnl over the Misslaslppi i Valle pushing warm air back north fICTION At 12 Pogos

along midwest the and eastern norlll.Raboard and wll hold the extreme cold In the Idllorlali Had Nowo.. ..................1A l)1int4

Some cooler air will slip In behind the warm front late Saturday Social... .... .. . .. .........SA
bringing a probable chance of showers and cooler temperatures to, t. at." ..' ''' ' .... .... .7.HAClasilflod i1 1
our area .. .. .. .._... .... .IOA
Sunday morning lows are expected to be In the high 30s with a 5P.... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..12A 10777'0/
chance of light cattered lrost. 00000
Wednesday, there was more than 100 degrees difference in SECTION Bi 12 FagotArooNows YOUNG LIBRARY
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temperatures from Miami at about 80 degrees and Minnesota at l-4t,',10B UNIVERSITY "
minus 25 degrees foreboding some drastic weather changes. School Volunt..r... ... ,......... OF FLORIDA BCT
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Low temperatures Friday and Saturday are expected to be near Obltualo. ., ,121 fEB 2 fen

60 mid with_a. brg drop late Saturday. The high Sunday will be near the Troll CrlmoNo Court_.: :::::::::::::::::''li.. I 0 1990 1I0tf r-: d.laES V I LLE Fearuory

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The BHS Class of 1980 will hold FW.iiu Medical Wasteby
final preparations for its class reu-
nion, Monday,Eeb.-U, at 7 p.m., in
the Western Steer Restaurant. Buster Rahn
Come and help with the final ICT Staff Writer (Editor's Note: for more on the
preparations.. 1.u It was described here as a pathological waste Incfnccrator a.e
crematorium, but two Jacksonville article on the editorial pate No. 4A,
Gator QB Club... residents have headed "About Feasibility of Proposed
Department of Environmental Crematory.")
The Gator Quarterback Club will
to build incinerator in
hold Regulation an .
its annual
banquet Thursday the Industrial in southeast
Feb. 22, at Post Headquarters ? Btt park waste capable of transmitting
Starke that can burn up to 500 disease. The notice that
Camp Standing Social hour at Y public says
ry V pounds per hour of contaminated DER will hold the TESI
6:30, dinner at 7:30.: a hearing on
Everyone invited to hear and see medical waste. application If objections to the plantare
Coach Steve Spurrier. Tickets. The Bradford County Develop- received In the DER Tallahassee
available, $15 each. Call Hazel Hardy ment Authority created, an independent office by Feb. 22. That the application
Ph. 9647451. board by a special is for a medical waste in-
legislative act, agreed to sell Thermo cinerator was then published In articles

Sales Tax Study... ear ,. Environmental Systems, Inc. last Friday and Saturday in
35 ? (TESI) a lot in the industrial park, The Gainesville Sun and the Florida
Commissioner Joe Riddick has which is owned by the Development TimesUnion.So .
set a meeting of the Sales Tax Authority, for a crematorium. far, however, no local agency,
Study Committee for Thursday, *_ BCDA members have told the the BCDA, the Starke city commission
Feb. 22, at 7 p.m., in the old FSP Telegraph they approved the land the Bradford county commis-
Station north of the Fairgrounds on deal after Ray Navitsky told them sion, the Economic Development
US-301N. six weeks ago of the plans, callingthe Corporation or the Chamber of
proposed plant a crematorium, Commerce has actually filed a protest
Freedom Banquet... and there was no mention of In- with DER objecting to the waste

The annual Freedom Banquet, cinerating contaminated medical incinerator located within 1,000 feet
Sponsored by the Bradford waste. When Navitsky asked the of Southside Elementary School and
County -
chapter of the NAACP, will be held Starke council Feb.6 to apply for a within one-half mile of Bradford
to extend the paved road in the
grant
Friday, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m., In the Hospital, Orangewood Apartment,
he used the term
park,
and two ,
Fairgrounds Dining Room. 3 complex
th crematorium. The application to the
h and within one-half mile 'of busy
Chamber Mixer... city however, "uses the term"biological US-301S, Deerfoot Village, the Wal-
-", waste. Mart shopping center, and within a
The Chamber of Commerce will That the proposed crematorium Is mile of downtown Starke. '
hold a mixer, Tuesday, Feb. 27, -- actually medical waste Incineratorcame As of Feb.14, about every agency
5-6:30: p.m., in the dental offices of to light last Thursday, Feb. 8, seems to be waiting for someone else
Drs. Marchese and Denmark, now Learning to Play in Clay... when DER published a legal noticein to file with DER for a hearing on the
located on West Call St. Fifth students Soulhslde the Telegraph that preliminary permit for a pathlogicical waste in-
grade at Elementary learn through a supplier.Ills wife Is a second grade teacher. has been DER ,
how to make pottery out of lumps of wet clay. Potter Green thinks art should be taught ft elementary approval granted by
Class of 1940... for TESI to build an incinerator to Medical Waste..:p.zi\)
Bruce Green spent all day Tuesday, Feb. 13,out In the schools,that art has value even In mathematics.Green (see
The BHS class of 1940 will hold hot sun on the SS basketball court. All SS students, has demonstrated Ml skill at Hampton Elementary, burn pathological waste; that is, .
the first session for planning its grades K-S, got a chance to see Green work. and says he enjoys going to schools. He was brought to
50th anniversary reunion, Monday Green, from Micanopy, makes big pots up to 24 and SS via a grant from the Thomas Center In Gainesville
March Family 19, at Restaurant.7:30: p.m., in the Bradford 36 Inches in diameter, and sells all he can make and through the Artists in !Schools Program. Incinerator Not Endorsed,

Call Marian Dowling Long, Ph.
964-5797 or Jo Ella and Eldon Har- Navitsky Statement Says"We
dy, Ph. 964-7607. for:further infor-

';-... mation.' ..." .... SJ s "mentJWliwtJ) ela. ed.by ., .. would like to make it clear that neither the Economic Develop.
"""WMIIII\.!" \_ r --,._"" .. ,' ." ..... -, "_. .. ment Corporation/or ether organization that we know aar any local
Ceramic Classes... -. tVlocaI'munlsclpa1ibt1ll government body has endorsed the Thermo Environmental Systems project -
Buttor Roh'nBCT ficult to Implement in this fiscal and the fact for Bradford County,"said Ray Navitsky, executive director of the
Ceramic classes are held on Mondays Staff Wr".rCommission period. that the county clerk's office is not Bradford County Economic Development Authority Tuesday, Feb. 13, ina
,7-10 p.m.; Tuesdays and Chairman Maxie Clerk, Norman said" commissioners I set up to bill countywide are the prepared statement to the Telegraph.
Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Carter, Jr., will carry a recommen- may not have to borrow as cause of the delay. The cost of the "We originally reviewed the project as a crematory and at no time during
Classes are held in the old Armory dation from officials charged with much money as once thought since special mailing is another factor. our initial conversation with the firm was medical waste 'Or
Building (Recreation implementing the $35 Emergency everyone is cooperating in holding Commissioners are reviewingother pat logical waste mentioned. .
Center),LUlie Ann Johns Instructor. Medical Services (EMS) assessment down expenditures. However, the avenues for Increasing county "An application filed by the firm with the Department of Environmental -
to county commissioners, say fiscal -OO county budget is remains Income for operating funds, and Regulation has some new: facts, and we are presently reviewing that
ing "Forget this year's mailing and $900,000 short of anticipatedrevenues. have begun a study of the optionalone application, stated Navitsky.
Rental Property... sales tax for construction of
be prepared to start the billing this cent 1 don't believe any member of the Development Authority or Develop-
A meeting of Rental Property fair" The$35 assessment for EMS is not a new jail and expansion of the cour- ment Corporation would place an industry in Enterprise Park that would
Owners Association is scheduled The commission next meets being abandoned, but it will not be thouse. possibly endanger the economic future of that park.
for Monday, Feb. 19, with dinner at Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. imposed in this fiscal year. It is an- Contmlssloner Joe Riddick told a "In an effort to prevent future misunderstandings will be recommen-
6 p.m., and a business meeting set The group, composed of Esther ticipated that the billing will be in- group, convened to study thefeasibility ding that the Board of Directors of the Bradford County Economic
for 7 p.m. Hall tax collector; Ray Norman, cluded with the regular ad valoremtax of a sales tax, that ad Development Corporation adopt a policy statement that states our
Election of officers on the county clerk: Jimmy Alvarez, property notices and the $75 garbage valorem taxes will likely go up one refusal to endorse, support or encourage any type of medical waste
agenda. Everyone invited. Call Ben appraiser; Darrell O'Neal, assessment mailed by the tax collec- or one and one half mills next year" hazardous waste incinerator or solid waste facility to locate in BradfoICounty ;
Holtzendorf for further information county program director, and Maxie tor's office. but "They will not go to 10 mills. when the project proposes to bring In out-4>f-county waste. I
Ph. 964-7961. Carter, JZt: met Tuesday, Feb. 13 to Getting the$35 special assessment Taxing authorities at all govern- believe"we need to take care of our own problems and not those of other
discuss billing and collecting procedures ordinance and interlocal ment levels are looking for additional areas, Navitsky added

Friday Friends... and decided it Is too dif- agreements signed approved by tax money.


Feb.Friday 16 at Friends 12 noon,will In Fellowship meet Friday, UCAP Incinerator Hazardous Wants it Stopped .

Hall Church.of the, First United. Methodist Says ,

Bring a friend and a covered two said "but is it
yean'she ,
ap-
And it will about
dish, and enjoy the fellowship. Program By Joe CissyBCT or the permit will be granted. UCAP clnerator in the nation, said Dean plant.$3,000,000 in closing costs save to recyclethe preciated?"
by Evelyn Chastain. Stuff WrH.rA will file for the hearing if no one else Traylor, UCAP board member. Union County dump," Griffis: "Is asking questions to learn and
"Crematorium has filed next Monday, it was Another special meeting was call-
so-called by said.A show concern for events two or ten
Special Olympics... which according to specifications in decided,but the hazardous waste in- ed for Monday, February 19, at the years down the road, being against
their permit application to DER, is cinerator at Ellerbee Curve in Union Union County courthouse 7:30 p.m., motion by Doug Wilkinson to everything?" Dean asked
Bradford County Special Olympics discuss the"Crematorium"
Rock-A-Thon actually a pathological waste incinerator County is far from dead. to further final "support an 85% to 100% recycling "we are for things too. We are for
will be holding a .At that time a
Dean Traylor, direc- and to the the environment and the welfare of
says The first of UCAP is facility oppose tri-county
Feb. 16 from 5 to 12 priority will be made regarding erequest
Friday, p.m. decision
"
UCAP
mid-night. It will be held in the tor of is being proposed for preventing the incinerator there, for an administrative hear- landfill, was passed without opposi-- the citizens of our community.
the
Bradford Middle School Lunch location In industrial park In UCAP President Sally Traylor said, tion. "If UCAP had not protested, that
Starke. "but we cannot allow this new in- "Kill the solid waste landfill and incinerator in Union County wouldbe
Room.
UCAP has fought against a hazardous "Against Everything"... under construction right now or
cinerator to come into our midst; it will kill the hazardous waste
If would like to participate, you said."If
you .
waste incinerator in Union in Dean
contact Verdell Long, Bradford would be inconsistent for us not to plant," said William Griffis. "ThereIs "I resent the fact that now we are operation. Traylor
County for three now here one our officials would stop
years fight this new hazardous waste In- at the Union County regarded as against everything,
enough area
School Ph. 964-6093.
,
Middle
Is coming to Starke, Traylor said. cinerator." landfill for a lined landfill and the President Traylor said. "We have to scouting up these mangy things like
An intent to issue a permit has he continued. educate our city councilmen and dead bodies, hazardous wastes and
First Baptist... been adverused by DER, which "Because that Is what it will be. recycling"Baker plant Is full,Bardford is full. All county commissioners,then take the instead and find some good things
The First Baptist Church will means that an application for a Why else would they apply for a 7.500 it will cost is a tipping fee and the flack against everything.'" we could support them,"
sponsor a youth Valentine banquet, hearing to present opposing views square feet facility. We will end up cost of getting the garbage into the "We have collected documents for was a comment from the audience.
Saturday,Feb. 11, at 6 p.m. Admission must be submitted by February 22.Committee, with the largest biological waste in-

Walter$1, all Ferrero area youth of Winter invited.Park of 1-Cent Local Sales TaX

will be,the guest speaker. Begins. Study Option .

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Upcoming... by Bustor Rahn Both the jail and courthouse are 'aniessment. Ad valorem taxes are tionate share of the proceeds. Commissioners Uon. When cost has been paid, the
scheduled In the aCT Staff Wrlt.r filled but the county Is not under amandate going up some this year, maybe a say they will ask the surtax (sales tax) will cease.
Public meetings When Commissioner Joe Riddick ; ; to build or expand either at mill or 11/2 mills, but not to 10 mills towns to turn their share to build the Columbia County used option 1,
coming Bradford weeks are: School; voiced the necessity of investigatingnew this time. this year. Don't look for any money ,jail over to the county,since the jail built a new jail and re red the surtax -
The County source of money and mentioned Attending the Feb. 9 meetingwere from Tallahassee or Washingtonwith Is used by all. In six years, Silcox said. Ac-
Board will hold an all-day workshop a one-cent local option sales tax : Steve Reagan, Pete Thomas, which to build the jail or expandthe cording to figures furnished by Rid-
for school administrators, as a possible funding source, Commission Gene Melvin, Linda Patrick, George courthouse." Riddick presented three options all dick, the surtax will generate approximately -
Thursday,Feb. 15, beginning at with only the first option applying
Chariman Maxie Carter Jr. Stevenson, Pat $900,000 a year.Riddick
8:45 a.m.,in the Armory at Camp Adams, Warren Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox told funds for jail construction. The se- :
named Riddick to head a committeeto Williams said he thinks the estimate Is toohigh
Welch, .Lola Mary
Blanding. Lunch 550. Riddick"I think the commissioners cond and third options provide for I
study the Issue. Silcox Jim Gill, at present hut county growth I
The Bradford &unty School Stefanelll, Vernon should cut salaries 10 percent and each of the towns to receive a portion -
The committee met Feb. 8 for the and Susan Faulkner. will increase revenue from the tax In
Board will hold a special meetingon first time and received material cover the county budget shortfall, of the funds; future years, bringing the extimato
computer report Monday, Feb. about state law from Chairman Rid. Rlddick told the committee, "The but I will support the"one cent sale Into line with actual: collections.
19, at 7 p.m'lln the AdministrativeBuilding dick. The committee la to study the county Is going to have to pay for a tax for construction. The options: 02. This option provide for the tax
with
on N. Temple Ave. feasibility a one cent sales jail and courthouse expansion, 01. By interlocal agreement to be set for the maximum term, 15
Starke City Council will meet ballot tax 3 Options Named... cities and county,and by approval ofa
tax on the this November.The either in ad valorem taxes, sales year, generating $13.5 million.
Tuesday! Feb. 20,at 7:90 p.m., In committee is to meet again at 7 p.m. or assessment." If voter approve the one cent majority of voters in a referen-
City Hall.Bradford. have Bales tax next November,each of the dum, build a county jail, with all
Thursday, Feb. 22, the place to be Riddick continued, "People (See Sales Tax... .JA>
County Commissionerswill municipalities will receive a propor- monies earmarked for jail construc-
announced, by Chairman Riddick. laid they don't want to pay by
meet Wednesday, Feb. 21, at .

7:30 p.m.Starke, In the Zoning Courthouse.The Board will. Second Deputy Charged in Jail Beating; FDLE Probe Asked .

meet Thursday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m., .

In The City Bradford HaD. Countyn School A second correctional officer at' to he Jan.- 29 firing of correctional- Traylor allegedly banged his head battery.Traylor He was was charged released Feb.after 10 a with$500 do Bobby with Ray Etheridge' didn't have saUt"anything! don't to

Board will meet Monday, Feb. 26, the county jail has been charged in' officer Mark Traylor. against the wall. cash bond was posted. Purdue was know why the State AttoWtvy's Of-
at 7p.m., In the Administrative' the Jan. 23 beating of an Inmate.Bobby Shaver 18, was arrested Jan. 23 released on his own recognizance. flce would charge him." .
Building on N.Temple Ave. for disorderly Intoxication. Deputy The Bradford State Attorney's Of-
The Bradford County Zoning Anderson Holland, who conductedthe fice investigation found Purdue was Sheriff, Kenneth Etheridge attempted Reports of other ptedHSheriff
Board will meet Tuesday Feb. 27, Ray Purdue,39,wall charged Internal Investigation, said Involved in the beating. Although Monday to conceal the county jail proms'
at 7 p.m,1n Starke City Hall. Feb. 9 with battery and aiding Shaver had lit a cigarette in the backof Purdue may not have struct the inmate Purdue's arrest from reporter Etheridge to contact Florida
The New River Solid Waste and abetting battery-according to the wooden jail annex, where he "contributed" to the inci- Department of Law EDfOl'cenltlDtCo
Association will meet Tuesday Deputy Jason Bennett. An internal smoking Is prohibited, and that dent, the State Attorney's Office "Our investigation cleared Bobby Tim T.Moor request
Feb. J7, at 7:30 In the Union investigation into the alleged when Traylor demanded be put the aid. Purdue has been suspended Ray completely, and Shaver gave a an investigation Into UM I
County Courthouse, Luke Butler. beating of inmate Larry Shaver led cigarette out. Shaver refused and pending the investigation. statement to Deputy Holland that allegation being made at. the Jail.

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Medical Waste Incinerator Has Preliminary Approval of DER .

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from page IA) industrial (1-2). The change in stated that TESl is riot>> related In any cremating only human bodies, and Biological waste Is describe.; c* Medical Waste...
clneralor
Ed WaU. says City Commissioner classification! would require hearings way to the company that was refUs- his funeral home will continue to use solid waste that causes, or has the Bradford County, with 25,000,
before the Starke zoning board ed a site for an incinertor in one of the three. capability of causing disease or infection residents creates medical waste the
George Roberts chairman of the and city commission. Hamilton County in January.Lee The incineration of confidential and 'includes, but is not same as other counties In proportion
Development Authority said said his proposed venture papers does not appear to be a viable limited to. blohazardous waste to its population. Rip O'Steen,
Wednesday morning Feb. 14, that a The Background... would cremate bodies and burn con- source of revenue In the Starke area diseased or dead animals, and other former Bradford Hospital administrator
crematorium is fine that it is fidential such
Just papers, as those accumulated with the advent of shredders to do
The Bradford medical waste
County Development waste of transmitting was
capable says
about
like another Buta
funeral home.
doctors .
medical Authority., owners of Enter- by attorneys and the job for less cost. Based on informatIon pathogens to humans or animals. incinerated on site up until a year
waste facility won't meet other but incineration
professionals, published thus far actual
prise Park beard the presentationabout hospital never had a
and the
zoning requirements. Roberta said. of medical wastes was not mention- cost of plant operation wilt exceed Blohazardous waste Included in ago,
six weeks ago and agreed to complaint. Since then, Bradford
Koberts said the contract for a lot sell TESl a lot on L.M. Gaines ed.When $90 per hour, or $80 per cwt. (Hun- the above description, includes solidor Hospital has contracted with Med-X
in the industrial park has been ex- Boulevard for $12,500 with the asked about the area from dred weight). liquid waste which may present Miami based firm that picks: up
ecuted but that he has told TESI understanding the new firm would 'which the crematorium would draw Cost of servicing the $500,000 investment threat to humans including human a medical waste each week and Incinerates -
owners a medical waste facility build a 7,500 sq.< foot building Lee said" "Starke and surroundingareas will be $50,000 per year. If tissue and body parts laboratory it elsewhere. The hospital
doesn't meet zoning regulations. but refused to limit the area the firm doesn't make 10 percent on and veterinary waste containinghUlRancllseasecausln it
city costing some 1500,000 on the lot. "red bags" the waste and puts in
to 50 miles, or other mileage.Lee its Investment, the should be >wgents.
Roberts and money feet
Ray Navitsky, ex- Tuesday night Feb. 6. Ray Navit and other cardboard boxes two square
ecutive director of the Economic sky executive secretary of the was asked the minimum or placed elsewhere. Salaries for 10' human blood bandages and two feet high. Eight to 10 boxesare
Development Corp. both say they're Bradford County Economic break-even volume, and replied the employees at an average of $6 per medical related supplies. generated each week,
trying gracefully get the land con- Development Corporation crematorium preferred to measure hour amounts to $125,000 and pathological waste includes partsof
tract returned. presented the plan to the Starke volume by weight rather than the utilities may easily reach$12,000 per human bodies hospital wastes Both Archie Tanner and Steve
Roberts said he would Council and requested it to apply fora number of bodies cremated, sayingthe year.Other costs, including 7.65 percent etc., but does not include the incineration Futch, owner of Dewitt C. Jones
Wednesday $13,850 grant to pave about 900 feet break-even point is 150 Ibs. per social security and workman'scompensation \ of paper unless it has Funeral Home say the embalming
like for other than the
someone to the proposed site. hour. will increase cost of been contaminated in some manner.In process Involves little or no medical
Development Authority to file for a Navitsky said the state has about Further investigation Indicatesthe operation even more. the application Robert Baker waste. Body fluids are rendered
with DER. That would show
hearing other Roberts $2 million available for grants of thisThe plan as offered may be too goodto P.1:., Baker EnvironmentalEngineering sterilo with formaldehyde a very
people are concerned be true. Inc.. certified that the strong disinfectant and flushed Into
said. Because of zoning regulations, Starke Council questioned First Archie Tanner owner of Ar- Other Materials... features of ute pollution control project the sewer. Towels are sent to a laundry -
Roberts the medical waste In-
cinerator says Is dead in the water. Navit- Navitsky,and based on the available chie Tanner Funeral Home says he A clue to what TESI officers havein have been examined by him and in this area, either National
said the BCDA EDC information agreed to apply for the has only 7-8 creamations per year, mind is found in the legal notice found to be in conformity with Linens or Dixie Laundry.
sky Tuesday or
file with DER. grant. and Dewitt C, Jones Funeral Homes published in the Feb. 8 issue of The modem engineering principles ap-
may a protest Thursday, Feb. 8 Robert V. Lee probably has 15 with its two locations Telegraph and in the Application to plicable to the treatment and Both morticians emphasized that
The interpretation of Darrell III, president of TESI; Mike ,far below the number requiredto Construct Air Pollution Source. disposal of pollutants characterizedin any and all body parts are embalmed -
O'Neal, county zoning director who Sullivan an associate to Lee; Ray sustain a crematorium drawing The legal notice states, "The the permit application. "There is and put in the casket. Nothing Is
says his opinion Is backed up by an Navitsky, executive of the Bradford from the local area. Department of Environmental reasonable assurance,in my professional buried separately by the funeral
opinion from the North Central County Economic Development Cor- Secondly. Tanner says he would Regulation (DER) gives notice of its Judgement that the pollution home.In .
Florida Regional Planning Council poration, and George Roberts never use a crematorium that incinerates intent to issue a permit to Thermo control facilities when properly of in
(NCFRPC)ls that since TESI wouldbe chairman of the BC Development anything other than Environmental Systems Inc. to con- maintained and operated' will cases amputations
incinerating things other than Authority met with a reporter from human bodies. To do so, says Tanner struct a "biological waste In- discharge an effluent that Complies hospitals body parts are disposed Finch
human bodies that TESI will not be The Telegraph. In that meeting, Lee is unethical and lacking in cinerator facility." with all applicable statute of the through pathological means
entitled to a light industry classification stressed that TESI has no relation- respect to the dead. The application states the sourceof State of Florida and the rules and said which means it for goes to an incinerator
(I-L), for which the industrial ship to any other incinerator or Tanner said there are three possible air pollution to be an incinerator regulations of the Department designed pathloglcalwaste.
park is zoned but would be general crematorium, and specificallysions crematoriums in Gainesville. for "pathological waste." (DER! )." .



I Sales Tax Could Build Jail or Enlarge County Courthousefrom I

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page or recommendations were prohibit counties or municipalities then relented and voted for the tax in 1988 to build an incinerator for $15,810,000
After deducting $4 million for jail made in the first meeting. from using the sales tax proceeds to after commissioners explained the solid waste disposal.In Alachua. . . .$12,600,000
construction, the remaining $9.5 gives counties or replace user fees or to reduce ad need for additional funds.In Lee County (Ft. Meyers),home Baker . . . . .$481,000
million would be distributed as municipalities, representing a majority valorem taxes and, surtax proceeds Alachua County the referen- of many retired people, the vote was Union. . . . . ..$260,000
follows over the 15 years: County, of the county's population may be pledged only once per year. dum failed in 1987 but will be on the 3-110 opposition to the sales tax earmarked Clay. .. . . . .. .$6,370,000
$6,745,000; Starke, $2,137,000. Hampton authority to levy a one cent sales tax The ordinance sets out the mannerin ballot again in March 1990. If : for county infrastructure.A Liberty . .. . .. $100,000
and Brooker, $152,000 each and on all transactions subject to taxation which the tax is to be distributed ed some of the to pass-the list of counties and estimated Lafayette . . $100,000
Lawtey $256,000. under Florida Statute 212.054. either by interlocal agreement or school board. money may go amounts one cent sales tax will Bradford. .. . .$900,000
Both Lawtey and Brooker have The tax may be imposed up to 15 by the state formula. generate annually: Fifteen counties can expect to
been looking for funds to build a new years providing the referendum is The tax must take effect on the Voters in Bay County (Panama City Dade . . .... ..$164,229,000 generate less money than Bradford
city hall and this option may have passed on or before November 30, first day of a month as fixed by the ) passed a one half cent sales tax PUVBl . . ...:.... $61,740.000 with the one cent sales tax.
some appeal for the two towns. 1992.The ordinance, at least 80 days after the
.3. In this option, with the surtax ordinance limits expenditureof date of the referendum.
set for 10 years, $9 million will be the tax proceeds to the infrastructure Thirty counties have placed the
generated, with the same $4 million defined as "any fixed capital sales tax option on the ballot accor- !
earmarked for jail construction, outlay or fixed capital costs ding to a telephone poll July 28, s $1
leaving $5 million for distribution to associated with the construction 1989. Voters in 16 counties have approved -
the county and towns. In that reconstruction, or improvement of the surtax for varying
,scenerio, over the 10 years the coun- public facilities which have a life expectancy terms. Voters in Orange and St.
ty would receive $3,550,000; Starke of 5 or more years,and any Lucie Counties turned down the tax
$1,125,000; Brooker and Hampton land acquisition, land Improvement and there are no current plans to re-
$80,000 each and Lawtey, 135000. design and engineering costs related introduce the tax option at this time.
Riddick said the p.rpose of the thereto." Voters In the remaining 12 counties
committee at this t<, is to study The ordinance further states that will determine the issue by
Chapter II of Local option Sales Tax neither the proceeds nor the interest referendum sometime later this
Levies from Chapter 212.055 (2) accrued shall be used for opera- year. $
Florida Statutes, and become tional expenses of any infrastructure. Last year residents of Clay Count $
familiar with its contents. No deciGreenhouse- Further restrictions in the bill voted down the sales tax l
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Smith School Board member fYeei s
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Brian Carver and David Prescott
. battled for 22 rounds before Prescottwon
jij the spelling bee at Brooker .
Elementary last Friday, Feb. 9.
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Both boys missed numerous
ChampionSeventh chances to win but didn't know howto ,
spell the word the other missed r
gradee Zack Smith cor- Finally .on the 22nd round, Carvermisspelled w
the the word 'condemn,
rectly'buttermilk'spelled the words 'swelter'and leaving off the letter 'n. Prescott
to become the
spelled 'condemn '
with the 'n, and
champion speller at Com-
School.Eighth Lawtey then spelled the word 'priest' to
munity 1.
Zack Smith Dana WilkinsonLCS become the champion speller.,
grader Dana Wilkinson, LCS Prescott is the son of David and
Champion Speller Speller
daughter of Marilyn and Daniel i Runner-Up Vera Prescott of Brooker. Carver Is
Wilkison of Crawford Road In the my Rosier Sandra Crews, Alicia Pronouncer was Ms.Dee Pater- the son of Jim and Sherrle Carver of j
Lawtey area,was runner-up.Smith, Fulgh and Chris Goins. son, wife of Principal Buddy Pater- Brooker. (
the son of Margaret and Harvey Smith won the LCS bee when Miss sun Judges were Carolyn Folsom, Third place finisher was Shawna
Smith and Miss Wilkison will Hartlein,daughter of Larry Hartlein
repre- Wilkison put an extra letter 'a' in PREP specialist and administrative
sent Lcs; at the district (county) welter' On the way Smith correctly resource person at LCS; Henry of Brooker.the If either of the boys can'tmake David Prescott Brian Carver
spelling bee March 1. the words 'hooves county-wide spelling bee
spelled Dunn, guidance counselor at
March 1 Shawna Champion Sp.ll.r at BE Runn. ot BI
fifthird place speller at LCS was 'putrid,' 'Jelly fish,' and 'enjoyable.' Southside Elementary, and Carol At BE,there will go instead. r-Up Sp.ll.r
is fifth and
Jennifer Tint LCS bee went only five Redding, PRIME specialist at LCS. only one .
Staring sixth grade, so all 32 students Carver and Prescott both shoplifter, unicorn, outlet struggling :
daughter of Brenda and Shad rounds. The words rapidly became Dot Moore LCS librarian headedup '
entered the bee. Sixteen misspelled the words 'skeleton, lodging, amendment, panelist,
of Lawtey.Each difficult. By the third round only the bee and filmed it, told the spelling '
were eliminated in the first round 'majority, 'submit, 'nausea, sagebrush, cellblock, and shameful.
of the 16 competitors in the four still in the match students '
spellers were the rules, and introducedthe 'pollute, 'colonel, 'eerily 'linear.
LCS bee were classroom champion and one went out on the word students to the cafetorlum full of and five. more went out in the secondround. 'innkeeper,' 'duly,' 'threaten,' 'antique Judges for the BE spelling bee
spellers. The other 13 spellers were 'tender' (spelling it tinder). In the student spectators, and tried to put ,' 'converge' and 'basin' before were Rod Buchele, 4-H extension
Michael Wyatt, Beth Slater, Heidi fifth round Jennifer Starling left an them at ease. Spelling words beforean In the third round only David Carver failed to put the letter 'n' on agent; Jim Gill, deputy sheriff, and
Sapp, L.C.King, Stacy Howard, "a" out of the word 'vacation,' and audience of your peers is some Prescott, Brian Carver, Shannon 'condemn,' and Prescott added the Jerome Kelly, a Brooker native and
Wood
Michelle Townsend
Tammy Sellers Mark Scott, that boiled it down to the two winners pressure for a student, Ms. Moore Ashley 'n,' taking the advantage. Finally owner of a Gainesville engineering
Nipper and Shawnna Hartlein
Michelle Kaxell, Tina Eunice, Tam- said. re- I company.
y mained In the match. Wood Prescott got a second word, 'priest,
misspelled the word 'frequency" that he could spell, and became the Pronouncer was BE Principal Bill
Townsend misspelled 'lesion,' and champion.On McRae, who congratulated Carver)
::1 Crews Named SES Spelling Champ 'nipper' misspelled 'atomic; and the way the two boys correctly and Prescott for a fine match "It is
Shawnna Hartlein mispelled spelled the words mirrored, one of the better spelling bee's we've
'chivalry.' vanishing, humid, westward, had," said McRae.

Lad Crews was winner of the
Starke Elementary Spelling Bee More Need An Electrician?
held February 6 In the school
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runner-up Class. I / Single&:3 Phase Reason Aly Priced Work
county wide spelling bee, scheduled ..
for March 1, at the School Board of-
Morning exercise classes are
fice in Starke.
l held Tuesday, Thursday and Fri-
Gruen
Donna
was pronouncer. day mornings, 9-30-10:30 in
: a.m.
Judges school board member 99*
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the old Armory 1-10x13
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Evelyn Chustain, Director of Operations -
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J businessman Twelve students Orion competed Wells. In the 1 Workers Wanted... 18x10 Pickup

finals, three students from each of The U.S. Department of Com- 25x7 (plus tax)
four fifth grade classes. Earlier merce is looking for Census
preliminary rounds had been con- workers in Bradford County. Positions 23x5
ducted in each fifth grade classroomto Lad Crews Danellle Tucker begin at$6 per hour and 24 1 16-King Size Wallets $1 099
select candidates for the finals. SES Spelling Champion SES Runner-Up Speller cents per mile for use of
Danielle misspelled the word'soy- automobile. Regular Size Wallets
bean' which Laci spelled correctly,. Runnerup Alex Cummins is the and Chuck Yon and Laci is the Tests have been scheduled
then won the bee by correctly spelling son of Carolyn and A J. Simmons. daughter of Toni Bowden and John todayThursday, Feb. 15) at 1 WE USE

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Champion Hope Archey and run- -
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Medical Waste Incinerator Has Preliminary.. Atraroval of :DER .

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clnerator (from pane 1A) Industrial (1-2). The change in stated that TESI 1 Is'not related In any cremating only human bodies, and Biological waste is describe.: 2* Medical Waste...
Wall. says City CommissionerEd classification would require hear way to the company that was refused his funeral home will continue to use solid waste that causes, or has the Bradford County, with 28,000
ings before the Starke board a site for an Incinertor In one of the three.
zoning In- the
capability of causing disease or residents creates medical waste
George Roberts chairman ,
of the in
Hamilton County January. The incineration of confidential
and
city commission. fection and 'includes, but is not as other counties, in proportion
same
Authority, said Lee said his
proponed venture papers does not appear to be a viable
Wednesday limited to biohazardous waste, Rip Steen,
to its population.
morning, Feb. 14, that a would bodies and burn
The Background... cremate con- source of revenue in the Starke area, diseased dead animals and other' Hospital administrator -
or former Bradford
crematorium Is fine, that it is just fidential such those
The papers as accumulated with the advent of shredders to do
Bradford County Develop- waste capable of transmitting medical waste was
about like another funeral home.But ,says
by attorneys, doctors and the lob for less cost. Based Information
ment Authority,, owners of Enterprise on to humans or animals. site until a
a medical waste facility won't meet other professionals, but incinerationof published thus far actual pathogens incinerated on up year
zoning requirements, Roberts said.Koberts Park, heard the presentation medical wastes was not mention- cost of plant operation will exceed Biohazardous waste Included In ago, and the hospital never had a
about six
weeks and agreed to then Bradford
ago Since ,
said the contract for a lot sell TESI a lot on L.M.. Gaines ed.When $90 per hour, or $60 per cwt. (Hundred the above description, includes solid Hospital complaint.has contracted with Med-X,
in the industrial park has been executed Boulevard for $12,500 with the asked about the area from weight). or liquid waste which may present a Miami based firm that picks up
but that he has told TESI understanding the new firm would 'which the crematorium would draw, Cost of servicing the $500,000 in- threat to humans, including human a medical waste each week and Incinerates -
owners a medical waste facility build a 7,500 sq., foot building, Lee said "Starke and surroundingareas vestment will be $50,000 per year. U tissue and body parts, laboratory it elsewhere. The hospital
doesn't meet city regulations. ," but refused to limit the area the firm doesn't make 10 percent on and veterinary waste containinghumandiseasecausing
zoning costing some $500,000 on the lot. "red bags" the waste and puts it in
Roberta and + to 50 miles, or other mileage.Lee its investment, the money should be agents,
Ray
Navitsky, executive Tuesday night, Feb. 6, Ray Navit- human blood bandages and other cardboard boxes, two feet square
director of the Economic sky, executive secretary of the was asked the minimum or placed elsewhere. Salaries for 10 medical related, and two feet high. Eight to 10 boxes
Development Corp. both say they're Bradford County Economic break-even volume, and replied the employees at an average of $6 per supplies. are generated each week,
trying gracefully get the land con Development Corporation, crematorium preferred to measure hour amounts to $125,000 and Pathological waste includes Partsof
tract returned. presented the plan to the Starke volume by weight rather than the utilities may easily reach$12,000 per human bodies, hospital wastes, Both Archie Tanner and Steve
Roberts said he would Council and requested it to apply fora number of bodies cremated, sayingthe year.Other costal including 7.65 per etc., but does not include the incineration Futch, owner of Dewitt C. Jones
like for Wednesday other than the $13,850 grant to pave about 900 feet break-even point is 150 Ibs. per cent social security and workman'scompensation of paper, unless it has Funeral Home, say the embalming
someone to the proposed site. hour. will Increase cost of been contaminated In some manner.In process involves little or no medical
hearing Development with DER.Authority That to would file show for a Navitsky said the state has about Further investigation indicatesthe operation even more. the application Robert Baker waste. Body fluids are rendered

other people are concerned, Roberta $2 million available for grants of this plan as offered may be too goodto P.E., Baker EnvironmentalEngineering sterile with formaldehyde, a very
type. be true. Inc.. certified that the strong disinfectant, and flushed into
said. Because of zoning regulations, The Starke Council questioned First,Archie Tanner,owner of Ar- Other Materials... features of Ufe pollution control project the sewer. Towels are sent to a laundry -
Roberts the medical waste in-
cinerator says is dead, in the water.Navit Navitsky,and based on the available chie Tanner Funeral Home, says he A clue to what TESI officers havein have been examined by him and in this area, either National
information, agreed to apply for the has 7-8 creamations found to be in with Llneai Dixie Laundry.
sky said Tuesday the BCDA or EDC only per year, mind is found in the legal notice, conformity or
file with DER. grant.Thursday. and Dewitt C.Jones Funeral Homes published in the Feb. 8 issue of The modern engineering principles ap-
may a protest Feb. 8, Robert V. Lee probably has 15 with its two locations Telegraph, and in the Application to plicable to the Treatment and Both morticians emphasized that
The interpretation of Darrell III, president of TESI; Mike ,far below the number requiredto Construct Air Pollution Source. disposal of pollutants characterizedin any and all body parts are embalmed -
O'Neal, county zoning director, who Sullivan, an associate to Lee; Ray sustain a crematorium drawing The legal notice states, "The the permit application. "There is and put in the casket. Nothing Is
says his opinion is backed up by an Navitsky, executive of the Bradford from the local area. Department of Environmental reasonable assurance, in my profes- buried separately by the funeral
opinion from the North Central County Economic Development Cor- Secondly, Tanner says he would Regulation (DER) gives notice of its sional judgement, that the pollution home.In .
Florida Regional Planning Council poration, and George Roberts, never use a crematorium that in- intent to Issue a permit to Thermo control facilities, when properly in
(NCFRPC)ls that since TESI wouldbe chairman of the BC Development cinerates anything other than Environmental Systems, Inc.to con- maintained and operated,' will cases of amputations
incinerating things other than Authority, met with a reporter from human bodies. To do so, says Tan- struct a "biological waste in- discharge an effluent that complies hospitals, body parts are disposed
human bodies that TESI will not be The Telegraph. In that meeting, Lee ner, is unethical and lacking in cinerator facUlty' with all applicable statute of the through pathological means, Futch
entitled to a light industry classification stressed that TESI has no relation- respect to the dead. The application states the sourceof State of Florida and the rules and said, which means it goes to an incinerator
(I-L), for which the industrial ship to any other incinerator or Tanner said there are three possible air pollution to be an In- regulations of the DepartmentDER designed for pathlogicalwaste.
park is zoned but would be general crematorium, and specifically crematoriums in Gainesville, cinerator for "pathological waste." ( )." .



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( page 1A sions or recommendations were prohibit counties or municipalitiesfrom then relented and voted for the tax in 1988 to build an Incinerator for Leon . . . . $15,810,000
After deducting $4 million for jail made in the first meeting. using the sales tax proceeds to after commissioners explained the solid waste disposal.In Alachua . . . .$12,680,000
construction, the remaining $9.5 Chapter II gives counties or replace user fees or to reduce ad need for additional funds.In Lee County (Ft. Meyers),homeof Baker . . . . .$481,000
million would be distributed as municipalities, representing a majority valorem taxes and, surtax proceeds Alachua County, the referen- many retired people, the vote was Union. . . . . .. $260,000
follows over the 15 years: County, of the county's population, may be pledged only once per year. dum failed in 1987 but will be on the Solin opposition to the sales tax,ear Clay. . . . . .$6,370,000
$6,745,000; Starke, $2,137,000. Hampton authority to levy a one cent sales tax The ordinance sets out the mannerin ballot again in March, 1990, If marked for county infrastructure.A Liberty .. . .. . $100,000
and Brooker, $152,000 each, and on all transactions subject to taxa- which the tax is to be distributed, ed some of the to pass theschool list of counties and estimated Lafayette . . . $100,000
Lawtey, $256,000. tion under Florida Statute 212.054. either by interlocal agreement, or board. money may go amounts one cent sales tax will Bradford. ,. .. . $900,000
Both Lawtey and Brooker have The tax may be imposed up to 15 by the state formula. generate annually: Fifteen counties can expect to
been looking for funds to build a new years, providing the referendum is The tax must take effect on the Voters in Bay County (Panama CI- Dade. . . .. 0. ..$184,229,000 generate lens money than Bradford
city hall, and this option may have passed on or before November 30, first day of a month, as fixed by the ty) passed a one half cent sales tax Duval . . ......:...$61,740,000 with the one cent sales tax.
some appeal for the two towns. 1992. ordinance, at least CO days after the
'3. In this option with the surtax The ordinance limits expenditure date of the referendum.
set for 10 years, $9 million will be of the tax proceeds to the infrastructure Thirty counties have placed the
generated, with the same $4 million defined as "any fixed capital sales tax option on the ballot, accor-
earmarked for jail construction, outlay or fixed capital costs ding to a telephone poll, July 28,
leaving $5 million for distribution to associated with the construction, 1989. Voters in 16 counties have ap-
the county and towns. In that reconstruction, or improvement of proved the surtax, for varying
scenerio, over the 10( years the coun- public facilities which have a life ex- terms. Voters in Orange and St.
ty would receive $3.350,000; Starke, pectancy of 5 or more years,and any Lucie Counties turned down the tax,
$1,125,000; Brooker and Hampton, land acquisition, land improvement and there are no current plans to re-
$80,000 each and Lawtey, 135000. design and engineering costs related introduce the tax option at this time.
Riddick said the 'rpose' of the thereto." Voters in the remaining 12 coun-
committee at this t is to study The ordinance further states that ties will determine the issue by
Chapter II of Local Option Sales Tax neither the proceeds nor the interest referendum sometime later this
Levies from Chapter 212.055 ((2) accrued shall be used for operational year.Last. s
Florida Statutes, and become expenses of any infrastructure. year residents of Clay County $
familiar with its contents. No deci- Further restrictions in the bill voted down the sales tax proposal, { $



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A prospective growers greenhouse Feb. 20 at the Nassau County- Exten- :;The registration fee Is $2 to cover'p 1, ;-#... ,. 1'-J'' "" 1- l
workshop is scheduled to the be held sion Office in Callahan, located U.S. refreshments and printed materialsThe (i ,,"a .
on three different occasions: Thursday Highway 1, North at the program is designed to provide .
I Feb. 15 at the Baker County Fairgrounds; and Thursday,Feb. 22 educational informaton to in- ,1
Agricultural Center in Macclenny, at the Lakeside Community Centerin dividuals considering greenhouse $
located Highway 90,West; Tuesday, Lake Butler\ located South Lake vegetable production in North
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New LCSSpelling Prescott Wins DES Spelling. Bee ,:



I Brian Carver and David Prescott .'
battled for 22 rounds before Prescottwon
the spelling bee at Brooker : : .8
Elementary last Friday, Feb. 9.
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I Both boys missed numerous
ChampionSeventh r f chances to win but didn't know how ;
,,4 u to spell the word the other missed.Flnally.on .
: the 22nd round, Carver
gradee Zack Smith .
COI"I"ectly misspelled the the word 'condemn,'
.
spelled the
words 'swelter'and
'buttermilk' leaving off the letter 'n. Prescott ,4
to become the
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champion spelled 'condemn, with the 'n, and
speller at Com-
Lawtey
then spelled the word 'priest' to
munity School. - -
Zack Smith Dana WilkinsonLCS become the champion speller.
Eighth grader Dana Wilkinson, LCS Champion Spellermy Prescott is the son of David and
daughter of Marilyn and Daniel i Runner-Up Speller Vera Prescott of Brooker. Carver is

Wilkison of Crawford Road in the Rosier Sandra Crews, Alicia Pronouncer was Ms.Dee Pater- the son of Jim and Sherrie Carver of
Lawtey area was "- Smith, Fulgh and Chris Coins. son, wife of Principal Buddy Paterson Brooker.
the son of Margaret and Harvey Smith won the LCS bee when Miss Judges were Carolyn Folsom, Third place finisher was Shawna
Smith,and Miss Wi'klson! will repl"esent Wilkison put an extra letter 'a' in PREP specialist and administrative Hartlein,daughter of Larry Hartlein .
LCS at the district (county) welter' On the Smith correctly of Brooker. If either of the boys can'tmake
WAY resource person at LCS; Henry David{ Prescott Brian Carver
spelling bee March 1. the words 'hooves.' the county-wide spelling bee
spelled ( Dunn
counselor
at
guidance March Champion Speller at BE Runn.r-Up Sp.ll.r at tt
Third place speller'at LCS was 'putrid,' 'jelly fish,' and 'enjoyable.' Southslde Elementary, and Carol 1, Shawna will go instead.At
fifth grader Jennifer Starling, The LCS bee went only five Redding, PRIME specialist at LCS. sixth BE there is only all one fifth and Carver and Prescott both shoplifter, unicorn, outlet, struggl
grade, 32 students
daughter of Brenda and Shad Starling rounds. The words rapidly became Dot Moore, LCS librarian, headedup entered the spelling so bee. Sixteen misspelled the words 'skeleton,' ing, lodging, amendment, panelist,
.
of Lawtey.Each difficult. By the third round only the bee and filmed it, told the eliminated 'majority,' 'submit,' 'nausea,' sagebrush, cellblock, and shameful.
were in the
first round
of the 16 competitors In the four spellers were still in the match, students the rules, and introducedthe 'pollute,' 'colonel,' 'eerily,' 'linear '
LCS bee were classroom champion and one went out on the word students to the cafetorium full of and five. more went out in the secondround. 'Innkeeper,* 'duly 'threaten,' antique Judges for the BE spelling bee
spellers. The other 13 spellers were 'tender' (spelling It tinder). In the student spectators, and tried to put 'converge' and 'basin' before were Rod Buchele, 4-H extension
Michael Wyatt, Beth Slater, Heidi fifth round Jennifer Starling left an them at ease. Spelling words beforean In the third round only David Carver failed to the letter 'n' on agent; Jim Gill, deputy sheriff, and-
Sapp, L.C.King, Stacy Howard, "a" out of the word 'vacation,' and audience of your peers is some Prescott, Brian Carver, Shannon 'condemn,' and Prescott put added then Jerome Kelly, a Brooker native and
Tammy Sellers Mark Scott, that boiled it down to the two win- pressure for a student, Ms. Moore Wood, Michelle Townsend, Ashley ,' taking the advantage. Finally owner of a Gainesville engineering.
Michelle Kaxell, Tina Eunice,Tam- ners. said. Nipper and Shawnna Hartlein re- company.
I mained in the match. Wood Prescott got a second word, 'priest,
misspelled the word 'frequency'; that he could spell, and became the Pronouncer was BE Principal Bill}
Townsend misspelled 'lesion,' and champion.On McRae, who congratulated Carver
I Crews Named SES 'nipper' misspelled 'atomic,' and the way the two boys correctly and Prescott for a fine match. "It is
Spelling Champ Shawnna Hartlein mlspelled spelled the words( mirrored, one of the better spelling bee's we've
hlvalry.' vanishing, humid, westward had," said McRae.

Lacl Crews was winner of the w.. n" i I Idwfirs.
Starke Elementary Spelling Beef More Need An Electrician?
held February 6 in the
cafeteria. Danielle Tucker was first Worth NotingExercise Call DAN WAINWRIGHT
runner-up and Alex CUmmings second
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and alternate for the
runner-up 2 782.1077? Single&3 Phase Reason,.,ly Priced Work
county wide spelling bee, scheduled Y ? Class...
1 for March 1, at the School Board of- ...w.
exercise classes
Morning are
fice in Starke.
tlw,.. held Tuesday, Thursday and Fri-
Donna Gruen was
pronouncer. MI day mornings, 30-10:30: : a.m., In 99Q
Judges were school board membel"Evelyn / DepositWall
the old 1-10x13
Chastain, Director of Opera- Armory Building.
tions Lennard Register and b Classes are free. ( Photo) $10.00 Due at

businessman Twelve students Orion competed Wells. In the y Workers Wanted... 1- 8x10 Pickup

finals, three students from each of The U.S. Department of Com- 25x7 (plus tax)
four fifth grade classes. Earlier merce is looking for Census
preliminary rounds had been con- --. workers in Bradford County. Positions 2- 3x5
ducted in each fifth grade classroomto Lad Crews Danellle Tucker begin at$6 per hour and 24 16-: King Size Wallets $1 099
select candidates for the finals. SES Spelling Champion SES Runner-Up Speller cents per mile for use of
Danielle misspelled the word 'soy automobile.( Regular Size Wallets
bean' which Laci spelled cOl"fecUy"then Runnerup Alex Cummings is the and Chuck Yon and Laci is the Tests have been scheduled WE
won the bee by correctly spell- son of Carolyn and A. J. Simmons. Crews of Toni Bowden and John todayThursday( Feb. 15)) at 1 USE

ing an additional word 'scrubbing.' Danielle is the daughter (of Elaine J. III. p.m., Room 108, Santa Fe Com _'" '.,.. KODAK PAPER

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board offices in Starke at 2 p.m. .\ ,,,0\11' PHOTO HOURS 8-12, 1-5
Champion Hope Archey and run- :
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sent Hampton Elementary 10.1 the
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winners from all county schools,

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At the Hampton Spelling Bee,
January 28, Alex was defeated by
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Two more were eliminated in the second -
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.1 : Claudette Frees Is coordinator for Thermostats STARKE MOTOR PARTS.
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f" About Feasibility of Proposed 'Crematory'BUI


Lack of Data on 'Crematory'

in Park Is coned for light in-
was other unclear Information Ther- Enterprise .
Weldon, Starke city operations
Creates Confusion HereA and utlltles director, is concerned that mo's application. code might be permissible under this
waste water from a proposed: In- "There is an obvious weakness in classification. Tuesday morning
cinerator for pathlogical waste at DER procedures if permits for such an However O'Neal said that paW the Incinerator
Enterprise Park In southeast Starke operation can be granted without the was to be used for
so-called "crematory" for Starke has stored per applicable state regulations. would use a large volume of water full knowledge of other entitles such as waste it would no longer qualify for
turned out to be something much 'different And there are other misunderstan- which would need treating before being city and county governments,'1 Weldon light industry zoning.

... something that requires im- dings. In a meeting last week, the City discharged Into the city' sewer saCd.
mediate attention if the people of Starke Council was told there would be "no emIS- system.

and Bradford County do not want a sion" from the,plant but the DER officein "Our water treatment plant Is _______ A
) waste in- said operating at 93 percent of capacitynow
pathological (or biological Jacksonville there would be a "
"and Environmental
Weldon said, Thermo -
cinerator located in their midst. stack 35 feet high from the ground up and Systems, Inc., the commit Burning issueFear

The same thing happened recently in 24 inches in diameter. Emissions wouldbe applying for an incinerating per '
and Palatka where the"crematory" approximately IMs pounds per hour, would be required to treat the .
Jasper ,
water before dumping Into the city
DER said.According. of suit
proposal met with such- sewer." He added that Thermo's application puts

strong t opposition that the proposers to the transcript of last for a DER toxicity not ,
withdrew their application for permits.It week's meeting the Council was also told state the volume,content or of

was quite a surprise, as well as.,.a., that 1992 will be "a reckoning year" when the plant water would discharge.use approximately Weldon estimatedthe 2,400 facilityinlimboO

shock to many, to see a legal advertise- the Environmental Protection Agency gallons of water per hour. "It Is possible -
ment placed in the February 8 Telegraphby "will come down with some very, very that particulates from the incineration -
strict and that will process, when combined with
Environmental stringent regulations
the Department of water, could create new toxins," -..printed.from TIle G.ln..vin.Sun-
Regulation giving notice of its "intent to cause lots of funeral homes and Weldon said. 1 CINDY 8WIRKOSunXalfwritfr February, IWO _
issue a permit to Thermo Environmental crematoriums to shut down their opera- *
tions." If this is true, it seems likely that The City of Madison recently had '
Inc. to cpnstruct a biological Authority, fear-
Systems trouble with EPA (Environmental Protection JASPER -The Hamilton County Development
waste incineration facility..east of U.S. the proposed operation in Starke would Agency) for allowing a Winn- ful of a lawsuit has not canceled a contract that allows

301, west of SR-100 on Gaines Blvd., get more business from other sources Dixie meat packing plant to discharge construction of a medical-waste Incinerator In Jasper. ,.
Starke, Bradford County, Florida." The since it would be a "state of the art" waste Into the city sewer system duringan The authority also has not returned money paid as a binder for.

exact location is Lot 22 in the industrial operation and meet EPA standards. This emergency fined breakdown.and the The company of- counts could of the local unitif was $100,000. City concern Incinerator opponents that there will be
park, known as cause enlargement Madison Is still negotiating with EPA!: prompting among
demand increases. This could mean over its penalty, if any. 'a new effort to construct the facility.
There having been no previous notice that more hospital and medical wastes I The Jasper City Council, which rescinded an agreement that

nor public meeting or hearing to discuss would likely be brought here from loca- natural Weldon gas is requirements also concerned for the about in- would have allowed the Incinerator. Is also fearful of a lawsuit
the matter, readers doubtless can't afford to break the'contract
many i tions now served by incinerators that will cinerator as given ID Thermo's permit "The development authority
wondered, 'What is going on here?" not meet EPA's new standards. application. ft would require 2,480,000BTUs because they can't afford 'the damages they could Incur If they .
Members of the Development Authority per hour for around-thedock: use breach It." City Attorney Arvel Drury said. "If they violate the
Mr. Lee first presented his propositionto of the Incinerator. contract they put themselves In Jeopardy cf a lawsuit."

Committee that met with the presidentof six Palatka, but people there apparently Weldon said there is no natural gas Drury added he believes the city council opened Itself to a law-
Thermo Environmental Systems had an opportunity to express themselves service to the industrial park at this suit when It rescinded an agreement with TSI Southeast, the
weeks ago said they were misled by being since a public meeting, or hearing was time, and in order to company that wants to build a medical-waste Incinerator in the
told that the operation would be used as a necessary Hamilton Industrial Park In west
held. The opposition was so strong that incinerator It would be to ex- new County Jasper.
crematorium.In Lee withdrew his proposal and turned to tend a gas main from Colley Road into City officials say a lawsuit may hinge on whether TSI PresidentKen
week the parkapproximately 1,000 feetat Krantz gets a permit from the state Department of Environ-
prepared statement this Ray Starke. a cost of between $6- -$8OOO. He had mental Regulation for the facility. An administrative hearing on
Navitsky, executive director of the Brad-- Time is of the essence in filing an objec- been informed that use of gas would be the permitting Issue is scheduled for March 1-2 In Tallahassee."If .
minimal, Weldon said, there
Economic adding
ford County Development
said reviewedthe tion to issuing a permit for the"crematory" dustry. Darrell O'Nealci un1y they receive the permit this will probably go to court,"said
"We programs
Authority, originally
if that is m accord with the director, had previously said Jasper Mayor-Commissioner Fred Blschof at a meeting this week.
and at time ,
project as a crematory no wishes of the people. But it must be doneat that a crematorium, though not
with the
during our initial conversation once since only one week remains for specifically mentioned in the zoning ,

firm was medical"waste or pathologicalwaste .filing a protest with DER. There has been

mentioned. "talk" of filing, but so far this has not

However, it now turns out that in the been done. J Letters to the Editor

application to DER for a permit, There is a serious lack of data and per- I

crematory is not mentioned at all. The tinent information concerning this proposed

only waste mentioned in the applicationis incineration, and questions need to Budget Process Is Questioned'
"pathological waste". In another be answered before a DER permit is

paragraph, Robert V. Lee, president of issued.. _

the company says:' "Thermo Systems, Those who feel themselves responsiblefor Editor. Telegraph: City Thanked ForHouseMoving a state agency dedicated to helping
Inc. to install and operate a 500 Florida's small counties. The State
plans laCing the people in this awkward My first question: Is our budget Help
(pound per hour) pathological waste Incinerator positiprvjwith i no opportunity to express legal? Are the special, assessments ??awe .wish to thank City of Starke Library' -,'Florida is,"Just'- such'i' an" agen-
in Starke: Fla. Th :::,was swill: their'Views? should nave no hesitancy in legal A' jlu UJ { JlitPhst utilities director tBmWeidoundo Yii.IIY;
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be hospital wastes and medical toffiee : *since they say they, ,. Utilities Department ,employeea*, .,t : t1IF bv\ !iW ,inState
wastes that will be transported and deliberately misled. we have to look in the law books their assistance! during the moving of Aid Funds for the Bradford t County
were and other places where anyone living in our house to enlarge parking facilitiesat Public Library because of the com-
the United States can find the law. I'm the Bradford Health Clinic. Also a bined efforts of citizens and the State
looking in a law book and this is what special thanks to the Police Department Library.It's .
I'm reading. All laws can be found and Centel.
time for the Legislature to meet
II What Would Lincoln Have Said? somewhere In black and white.A law is Frank Esther Porreca again. Please call or write Senator
not a law unless it is written.Therefore, Sherry Walker and RepresentativesGeorge
if not written it Is not legal. A law can Library Asks SupportIn Crady and Chance Irvine in
only be enforced by the way it is writ- Seeking Funds
of full for Florida's
support funding
February 12th was the anniversary of the idea of American leadership been so ten, not by oolnion or Interpretation.The libraries.
In this wild, wierd and wonderfully
Abraham Lincoln's birthday, thoughyou'd mocked? The Communist Party is losing Sue Crum,BCPL Director
special assessment real estate wacky world of ours, it's unusual to find
its 'monolithic grip on the Soviet Union. on
never know it, except for a smattering -
reads: For charges for any specific pro-
of mention television and few More' and more Soviet republics are
a
on
local
ject or improvements, such as
brief paragraphs in the print media.It threatening to break away. All across new sewer pipes or improved street Civil War Photos and Artifacts
Central and Eastern Europe freedom is '
lighting, that"s all. Nothing la said I
was Lincoln who, on a brief train ride rising. about fees, services,or operating. Wanted for Historical ResearchIn
to the Gettysburg Battlefield scribbled a

few brief lines on the back of an envelope "And how does George Bush respond Since the special assessment we are

words that became his immortal address ,; He goes on a photo-op tour to campaignfor now paying and the $35 medical ser- August 181. the first year of the and arrived Just in time to take part
beginning "Four score and seven more military spending. He asks Con- vices fee, how can they be legal If not Civil War Florida's Governor in the Battle of Cold Harbor. They
years ago" a tribute to the men of both gress for new strategic nuclear weapons have written? If not legal, the taxpayer will Madison Starke Perry,called for the participated in the siege of
to be reimbursed
Union and Confederate armies that had systems: He demands 25 percent more paying them? why are we state organization of four companies of Petersburg and also In the battles of

fallen in defense of causes they thoughtwere money for Star Wars." Amelia troops Island to serve near as Fernandina artilleristson and Reams'Hatcher's Station Run., Weldon Railroad,

just. Next we will go to the operating year. Beach.
'Star Wars (remember?) was the All government bodies,businesses
One of the
cluding small businesses must companies was com- In April 1865, the 10th marchedwest
favorite of Ronald
fantasy Reagan. manded by Capt. John C.
Richard with the
operate on calendar year or fiscal yearof rest of Lee's Army of
(pronounced Richard) and was Northern Virginia, and surrendered
choice the
ycur -one or other,but not
For 40 years the United States and its both. Since our tax bill states calendar Bradford composed primarily of men from at Appomattox! Courthouse.
allies spent billions upon billions to year,Jan. 1 to Dec.31,why do I read In After some, union initial, and Clay Counties. Richard company numbered three
confusion the four
thwart any threat of attack from the the paper that our onrefiscal. companies were mustered Into Confederate officers surrender.and 17 men at the time of
Soviet Union. And now that the USSR is trying to get a bill approved service as Infantry,
'hardpressed to keep its own people from year basis? although they continued to serve as
revolting against its failing the heavy artillery. Two more com-
economy General procedure of a budget. All panies were soon added to form the
Bush administration would continuespending heads of all departments I supported by 1st Florida Special Battalion.,
those billions to use against the the county are to submit their operating The history of Capt. Richard's
crippled Soviets as a "bargaining chip", costs for their department. When the company is now being written by
Commissioner are satisfied there Is no Don Hillhouse of Epplng, New

,..The changes in Europe came on so sud- overcharge, such as salaries, excess Hampshire who would like to obtain
equipment, over-employment or any copies of letters, diaries,
Bush
denly, and his diplomatic corps other waste, they turn these in to the 'photographs, family stories of the
were caught with their foreign policies clerk and he makes up the budget. Then men serving in this unit of the Con-'
1 down and could do nothing but sit on the. our taxes are set to meet this budget. federate Army for use in
:-sidelines with no pretense of any leadership his history.r

These were Lincoln's words conceived for a new/old world caught up in tur- Since we operate on calendar year, He will be glad to respond to any
by himself, enscribed by himself; and "*,. moil with uncertain goals. The White all budgets must be approved on or inquiries from descendants of those
spoken by himself. A far cry from the House did not seem to realize that the before the last day preceding year who served in the 10th Florida as he

ghost-written speeches of today that are !'",changes of recent months were the most for had Incoming to be in by budget Dec. 31 The, 1969.1969 It wasn't budget. also letter had to ancestry The Telegraph in that unit. In a.

written by a paid wordsmith and read to profound to take place at least within the so the budget Just passed Is for 1990,not Hillhouse said< an audience from a robot teleprompter.If 20th Century. These changes demand '89. ,the Sons of Confederate Veterans
changes in our foreign policy, or perhapsa and,consider it my obligation to Child Find...
listeners noted lack of fine Tues
a
phrasing Budgets are In advance. can't honor Confederate
in President Bush's State of the Union address new policy to deal with'the.new world be collected In advance.Our increase telling my the true story of their ancestry.by service. Do you know a child with a han-

there was good reason. peggy :that is now evolving. 1990 was charged in our 1969 bills. You For those who have any information dicap?
Noonan, the ghost speech writer'' who djd the same thing In 1987 on solid waste ,about men serving in this unit, or ChildFind Is one part of the
Florida i Diagnostic and Learning
artifacts and
coined such memorable phrases for Mr. If Abraham Lincoln were in the White fee. We really paid 1988, not 19B7. In" any notify him this photographs address: may Resources System (FDLRS) that I

Bush as "a kinder, gentler nation" "a;: House today, how might he deal with sent 1988 us we a paid bill for for 1989.1989. In 1988 you Just Hinhouse, 159 Old Heddlng Road, lends support services to excep I
we
thousand points of light", and "read'my"lips" these dramatic shifts toward ing twice? Why are pay- '18,Epping, New Hampshire 03042.' tional student education programsin

is no longer on the White House democracy? He dreamed of a united The battalion served on Amelia Baker a six Flagler county area Putnam: Bradford, St Johns, ,
staff. She is currently in disfavor because America after the Civil War and helped to I would like for the Commission's Island until its evacuation in March and Union Counties.
of writing a tell-all book about her years'''" bring it about. In the present case he lawyers to quit playing games and 1862. For the next year and a half the One function of Child Find Is
as White House speech-writer. might say/"We have dreamed of a nonCommunist come up with a good sound budget unit was posted at various locations Identification of potentially handicapped
Forget these special assessments,legalor in North Florida. In the Fall of 1862; preschool students, and
that is ruled
hes'wiltprobably Europe the
by
Without her, Mr. Bush's s two companies Including Richard's
the location and
of children youth
be no better than his ill-timed people not by despots. We can and will not,set our property assessment and"millage was ordered !to St. Johns Bluff in between birth and 21 of age
within to meet our years
reason
help make It come true by lowering our Duval County to man mounted
'photo-opportunities". While the face of lowest possible budget. Start our 1991 guns who may have a handicap conditionand
the world is literally changing from day- troop count and our armaments in there for the defense of Jacksonville are not receiving services.
to-dayas the march toward Europe aa the Soviets lower theirs. We Budget now so we won't have the iam from Union Navy forces.In : Some areas of handicapping conditions -
continues in democracy'' will use the money that is now being mess next year.Operate in the red for a August 183, the battalion was' may be speech, language,
communist and communist few years and pick the ordered to Savannah hearing Vision, learning, behavioror
....' wasted on armaments to provide our people up pace as we to support the !
satellite countries around the world young and old with a better life hereon go. Also I'd like to read where our heavy guns defend that city. Six physical problems.If .
Bush is content to ride off into the sunset, months t returned to you know at a child who may
Earth and we will meet the lawyers have some legal advice, not Florida
and
be contact
aboard an MX missile if participated in the Bat- handicapped,
I as war were just
opinions and insurance
I as imminent challenges that are now being demandedof coverage they tle of OhMtee In Baker County. FDLRS/CfaUd Find at (904) 32MS11
as ever. '
us by history." carry to protect Q"mseIvti. personally' Richard's company had six men in Putnam County or write

I Columnist Anthony Lewis asks: "When And he would'have said this from his in case they are sued. wounded In the battle, but not mor.- VDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box W.
tally. FL 32007.
has a president responded so feebly to the Bostwlck.
heart -- not with the help of a
I challenge of historic change? When has Late in May the battalion was sent
I speechwriter nor a tele-prompter. -A Concerned Taxpayer to reinforce General Lee in Virginia

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Parties

I : S'0 eta( Meetings -NSDAR. - Met Feb. 5

: The Colonel Samuel E bert ported 500 people; which has been
iVecfcfings'Engagements Chapter of the Monday, restored and opened to the public.
home
February 5. at the of Mrs.Emilia George Mason was a great
\ Wahl In Keystone Heights. statesman and political thinker. He
'?"hC Mrs. Lou Timmins, a member of believed In educating children. He
Wirtfis the Chapter, was speaker at the fought for Individual rights, and his
Items meeting. In celebration of the 200th writings Influenced the Declarationof
Announcements year of the Constitution and Bill of Independence. He advocated a
Rights, her subject was George form of government that would at-
Mason, a brilliant Virginia tend to the rights of every class of
aristocrat and planter. He was less JI8 Pamela L: Taylor, 1 well known than his friends George The Regent, Mrs. Mae Henderson,
James Washington or Thomas Jefferson; conducted the business meeting.The
Whitehead
Jr. but worked; very closely with them in Chaplain Mrs. Maida Williams, led
To Wed Feb. 24 writing the Constitution and Bill of the ritual\ and devotional. New officers

I RlghtsT Mrs. Peggy Thomas, Regent
Allen E. and Mary M. Taylor of : fic She showed pictures of his planta-- and Mrs. Betty Warren, Vice
Lawtey proudly announce the tion boom Gunston Hall, which is Regent,were elected for the coming
engagement and approaching mar- located only 13 miles from George
riage of their daughter Pamela Washington's home, Mt. Vernon. year Social hour followed with the
Lynne Tayldt to James Robert Gunston Hall was a large plantation, hostess serving refreshments.
Whitehead, Jr.. son of James Robert t.S 5000 arm. self miRtjiininir. and sun-
i. Sr. and Brenda Whitehead, all of
Lake Butler.
The wedding ceremony is set for I
BC Public Library Sends Out S.O.S.
Saturday Feb. 24, at the First Bap-
tist Church of Starke. Mrs.John Quincy Adams -

The bride-elect is a 1986 graduate The Bradford County Public Won In the"'S.O.S." program are: an
)f-..B..dfordiHigh ;School and is Kimberly ffanssen, Library is sending out urgent signals Interest in and committment to
Sherry Gaskins, employed by Florida State Prison. to all adults Interested in volunteerIng children; a desire to excite childrento
Stacey Bowen The groom-to-be la a 1985 graduateof John Quincy Adams for the "S.O.S." program the lifelong pleasures and benefits
Sherry M. Gaskins BBS and is employed by New (Storytelling Outreach Services). 01 books and reading; and the ability
River Correctional Institute. Wed in WillistonKimberly "The response from teachers and to share this enthusiasm with
Stacey J. BowenTo Bradford volunteers has been terrific," says children through storytelling.
Wed in AprilMr. Hospital Beth Hanssen and John ington as Matron of Honor and J.J. Library Director Sue Crum, Can you spare one hour a week?
Auxiliary Meeting Quincy Adams, both of Williston, Strickland. Flower girl was Rebecca "however,we still have six teachers Please call the BCPL today at
Starke. and Mrs. Freddie Gaskins of Set for Feb. 19 were united in marriage Saturday, Hartley. without a classroom storyteller." M44400 for further information.
announce the engagementand Feb. 10, at 7 p.m. in the Cornerstone Best man for the groom was The requirements\ for partlcipa-
approaching marriage of their The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Assembly of God Williston. James L. Gladwell, III. Ringbearer
daughter. Sherry Marie, to' Stacey will meet at 6:30: p,m. on Monday. Rev. Chester dark performed the was Timothy Ray Cain, Jr. Ushers
James Bowen, son of Mr, and Mrs, ,Feb. 19, at Western Steer nuptials.The werre Robert J. Harris, Randol
Robert Bowen of Starke.
The Steakhouse. bride Is the daughter of Mr. Weir, Rusty Eaton.A Looking fora
bride-elect Is 1986 ,
Bradford a graduateof Jeannie Baker, new administratorof and Mrs. Thomas R. Hansen of reception was held at the
High School ands Bradford Hospital, will be guest Williston. The Masonic Lodge In Williston attend
bridegroom's parentsare Yard Sale ?
employed at the Florida
Bank in Starke. National speaker. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Adamsof ed by the wedding couple and their 1 I ss L

ford Stacey High Is School a 1987 graduate and is currently of Brad 1971 BUS Reunion Given Lawtey.in marriage by her father, many The couple guests.is currently residing in Check theClassifieds 2
Thomas Hanssen the bride Williston. Savings to 60%
R.
employed at Bowen Pest Control in \ Meeting ,Set was up
attended also by Mrs. Dawn Harr-
Starke. .I j j1: ( A reunion-planning! meeting for !
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
An April wedding is being planned .the class,of Bradford ''High School,
to be held at Pine Level Baptist 1975, will be held at Western Steer

Church with the Rev. Roman Alvarez Steakhouse, Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 Introducing.: .
performing ceremony. The time '
will be Friday April 6, at 7:30: p,m. p.m.For more information, contact next to Little CeasarsirL
All friends and relatives are invitedto Suzan Gaskins, Amber Nicole Lawson
attend. 964-6167, or Joy

Tetstone, 9646089. Marty and Misty Lawson of Starke 20th
announce the birth of a daughter, Happy Birthday
Amber Nicole, born Feb. 6 in
Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs. 6 oz. D Wheeler
Kimberly
I St. Edward"s'Codes: Honored
Maternal grandparents Mr.
I and Mrs. Steve Varnum ofare Love,
On Sunday, Feb. 11 the Christian Refreshment tables were covered Maternal great grandmother is Inez
Youth Organization of St. Edward's with white lace cloths and were Koehler ofOcala.Paternal Feb. is Stefan
Catholic Church hosted a receptionin decorated with hearts, flowers, and
the parish hall honoring married valentine symbols. grandparents are Mr.
couples in celebration of World Mar- Among CYO members assisting and Mrs. Henry Lawson of Starke.
riage Day.CYO w with the celebration were Jason Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
president, Blaine Mc- Morin Ray Trimble, Jeremy Trim- Gladys Chesser of Starke.
Chesney served as master of ble, Jimmy Parado, Melanie Trim-
ceremonies for the party. He invited ble, Casey Trimble, Sophie Fanton,
Edward and Sophie Kimutis who and Metina Smith. Chiara r.
will celebrate their golden wedding FamlgHetti, an exchange student 1
anniversary on Oct. 30, to cut,the from Italy and a guest of Metina
wedding cake.This three tiered cake Smith, assisted by serving fruit NEW RIVER SOLID WASTE ASSOCIATION
r was decorated with ,red.yaleflij| e punch.

nl motifs of hearts, u:1': r. ;: a.fii.fal IoWti it rll''fefoaHkl InunthuyQ l \ 'cakes'1''id MiA w llIII "would like to triarik tha residents of Bat
Other couples honored"were Tornand fo' yp,' "Recycling/Awareness Fair-1990" a'great, success1"!! '" ..- I" ,' '*. rte

Augie Mixon married 44 years;,
Francis and Dolores Meng 42 Special appreciation goes to the following for:
Richard and Antoinette doss
years; ;
38 years; George and Georgia Matt, W.T. Weeks Chapter Operation recycling. game Food booth operation
30 years; Henry and Judy Spell, 27 U.D.C. to MeetThe
years; Romeo and Laura Parado,27 Union County Chamber of Commerce Union County Volunteer L *Whlt4lh..cllBr.ldforcf..Unlon County Board of REALTORS
years; William and Shelley Mar.. W.T. Weeks Chapter. U.D.C. Bradford County Explorer Union County High School Band Booster
chese, 14 years; Herrick and Marie will meet on Monday February" 19, Baker County Solid Waste Dept Baker County High School Band Parent
at 2:30 at the western Steer Action Club
Thomas, 13 years; Ray and Peg p.m.
Trimble, 17 years; John and Marie Steakhouse. Starke Methodic Church/UMYF

Powell, 7 years.Honorees A special THANKS to Jerry Howell the Lake Butler Volunteer Fir. Oept. for hosting the
were presented with In- flatting tournament and for all of their' help, !III
dividual decorated heart shaped
cakes and red carnations.' Thanks to the) following businesses and Individuals for their donations of
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prizes, products, money and talents:

GarNO OUT OF BUSINESS SALE't Major Sponsors/Donors:
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Savings (to 60% I ;'Donnie, Guy Andrew Florida Soft Drink Association
up It's five later Archer Funeral Home(Union County) Food Uon of Stark '
: years Baker County Chamber ol Commerce Griffin Industries' (Bradford County)
EVERYTHING MUST GO! I fc Jove you more than \t\t\I Baker County Press Oleeta Hardenbrook(Bradford County)
I Baker Printing Services (Baker County) Ken Reagh Chevrolet(Baker County)
.. ,ALL MY Bradford County Telegraph' George Knabb(Baker County)
Donna. Bradford Furniture(Bradford County) Mltoheir Drug Store(Bradford County)
Bradford-Union County Board of Realtor
Pepsi-Cola
I next to Little Ceasars rlilflN' -'+i"+Jrtfl,,-lelrlflrlririrlefrlff CItizens Bank of Macclenny Ralford Industrial Complex
City of Lake Butler David Rewls (Baker County)
City of Macclenny Splree IDA(Union County)
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City of Stark Subway(Baker County)
Community Bank of Stark Terwllleger Motor(Bradford County)
Floyd Conner(Baker County) TJ.A.Solid Waste Management Consultant(Tampa)
0 Container Corporation(Bradford County) Eollne Underhill(Bradford County)
Covenant Paper Company Union County High School Industrial Art Class
f1 1f.. > 4iI Johnnie Croft,Jr.(Baker County) Wal-Mart. (Baker County),
ell Davis Express(Bradford County) W.... Management. mo.L .
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HAPPY ACE Hardware(Bradford CounI> Miry Kay1 B.*..;, Salon(Union County)
., Allen'Office Supply(Bradford County) NAPA ofuke Butler I :. "'
Bargain Tim of Maoc envy NuDnlnt(Baker County) {
BlelTlng*Tlr.Bradford ) Oscar'a Tropics Fish Bradford County) "
BIRTHDAY Burger King ( County) Outdoor World (Baker County)
Chastaln';Jewelry(Bradford County) Pep-O Service Station(Bradford County)
Cindy Beauty Salon (Baker County) Pizza Hut(Bradford County)
Clarke Grocery(Union County) Ramadan Hand Institute(Union County)
Connie's Kitchen (Baker County) Richard's Market. (Baker County)
? Davis,Monk, ft Farnsworth (Bradford County) Riverside! Uniform "
We'Lov-e: Day** Pizza(Baker County) Sawyer Ga. ft Appliance(Union County)
I .:.; Denmark Furniture(Bradford County) Sonny1 BarBradford( County))
e Denny's Restaurant(Bradford County) Stork Shoe>Repair
You Dyne".t 8t John. Business Service
Eckerd Drugs (Bradford County) Suburban Propane Union t
Enron Gas(Bradford County) Sunshine EIe trIo(8ra Count
ERA Faulkner Realty(Bradford County) Sweet P..'* Restaurant(Baker County)
Florida National Bank(Bradford County) Tsoo Ben(Bradford County)
Granny Attic Bradford County) TGftV(Bradford County)
,Hardes.(Bradford County) The Qrassometer .
I a Harold Lounge(Union County) The Ole Trunk(Bradford County)
Harold1 Service Center(Union County) Twin Brlcfll .Country Store(Baker County)
Hire'Chevron ( County) Union 76(Union County)
j Hodges Hardware(Bradford County) Union County 4-H Club
Horseshoe Lounge(Union County) Vlto'e Pizza (Bradford County) "' "
; \, I Howard1. Auto Part.(Union County) Vogue Manufacturing (Bradford County)
Hurst's Exxon(Bradford County) Wat-Mart(Bradford County)
I J.ckaon'. Building Supply(UnIon County) Western Auto (Union County)) ,
Jacksonville Expo. Baseball Team Western Steer(Bradford County) .
A r t t'o"'y Jo' Halmark(Baker County) Meal William(Bradford County))
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I Jr. Food Mart. (Bradford County) Wlnre-Otxl of Maoetenny. <" '
Karen's Quick Stop(Union County) Working Man1. Jewelry(Bradford County)
Ken'Tavern (Union County)) Worthington Spring W__'*.Club.
i Kentucky Fried Chicken (Baker County) ,- I
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From Mrs. Brewer's daunt parents Based on a
books in class. We are making a Mrs. Lopei' class
Southside treasure hunt book to finish our map February has been a very exciting activities fun and safe for everyone. news article brought in by Mrs. PSomeU our demonstrators andn'e&'rn'ett
skills unit. By: Jeremy McRae and month for our classroom. We en- Happy birthday Heather Barnhill Margaret Boone, Math students :
Marcus Harrington. joyed a very Informative visit from Feb. 23; Kid of the Month: Sept. made a bar graph. The graph illustrated their Decorative Patchwork -
Elem. News From Mrs. Schmidt's Language the Florida Power and Light Co. on Virginia Taylor; Oct. Ben Safer; the rate of decomposing on Wreath; Brittany Ford,
hear- safety. We visited the Jax. Museumof Nov. Aleesa Benefield and Jan. Lee at 2-5 patrtcla
Arts Class: We really enjoyed Items we throw away. Paper plant hanger .
Spelling Bee: Our annual Southside ing our teacher read Natalie Bab- Science and History to see the Starling.Mrs. mos. showed the least time. Kevin macrame kottbullal (Swe01sh roping
fifth grade spelling bee was held bitt's book, "Tuck Everlasting". It dinosaur exhibit. A special thank Baker's fifth grade: History Santana, Melissa Salvatore, and Foster,as taGassett, Calf ;
Thursday morning,Feb. 8. The win- Is about a ten year old girl who you to Dr. Flynn for letting us visit class has been doing research on Wandarda Ray will present this balls Gnann); puppet stage; Charlene
tribes Jill
his office during our week on Dental some of the Indian en- News the blintzes -
ner was Melissa Kimbrel from Mrs. discovers the secret of a spring graphic on Shark Bite strawberry/banana
Baker's homeroom. Runner up was whose water gives the "gift" of im Health. We went to the movie to see countered'on the pioneer's short trips week before Earth Day in April.To Griffis Brandon, Meade, paperfoldingcrafts
The students wrote
westward.
wrote some "The Little Mermaid". Vicki Sparks sequenclngtoutlines ; Chocolate
class
Andy Redding and the alternate was mortality. The better understand Melissa Wynn
alternate endings to had popcorn and drinks ready for reports and made dlaramas showingthe ; dying;
,
Erin Hamilton. Congratulationsstudents very interesting and addressing Toni Lloyn egg
cookies;
the tribe nggiving
of life of they chip
started the We made a flag cake for way '
We are proud of all our the book. We've already residents people, we have Brown, magic trick.
facts
selected. Interesting Stephen
students for trying so hard. classic "Tom Sawyer' which promises month. Last, but not Many demonstrations. These are based on
CALENDAR OF EVENTS to be fun. least, a very special thank you to all were learned and everyone enjoyed

Feb. 16: Wear your anniversary A ,
T-shirts and buttons)
Feb. 23: Teacher Planning Day
Feb. 26: Physical Fitness Tests USDA Choice Beef ;
begin for Grades 35.Congratulations .
to 3rd grade ;
teacher Mrs. Tract Torodel She hada

baby girl, Mary Francis,born Feb. ..... .
8. Mary weighed 9lbs. 8 oz. and was LONDON
21 inches long. Mrs. Torode will betaking
maternity leave for the remaining $1198
school year. We'll all miss BREAST TENDERS}
you! Southside is very delighted to
welcome Miss Tammy Dempsey '
who took Mrs. Torode's place. Miss I BROILOR
Dempsey interned with first grade '
teacher Mrs. Griffin. Welcome to
3rd grade Ms. Dempsey.Our .
school was very fortunate to a
have artist Mr. Bruce Green on campus TOP ROUND
Feb. 13. All classes visited his _
demonstration. Mr. Green is a potter

The children enjoyed him very FRI. SAT.n .
much. MOil. TUES. WED. THUH.
From Ms. Hamilton's 2nd grade: S' SUII. 13 14 15 1. 17u
Book it! The following students from R 0 AS T
Ms. Hamilton's class read four
books for the month of January: Prices In this ad good Monday,
Emily Mills, Yolanda Reed, Gene Feb. 12 thru Sunday, Feb. 18, Itt .
Anderson, and Monica McGee.
Mrs. Jetstone's 2nd & 3rJ Grade:
Gr 2 Our students are doing a fantastic
job with regrouping in addi-
tion. Thanks to parents, Christy OIYF iftaipoB I'eefcas or
Vargos Ellen Armentrout and AprilVan arras t
Camp for providing special Gra
treats.In d0
our reading class,all have passed A
to level 7. We are very proud! All
of our students received a free pizza
for Dec. We are working nard
toward our free pizza party in Marchas (
a finale to the Book It reading pro- QUI&RSI '

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gram. ,
From Ms. Reddish's 3rd grade:
We've started a new series of books I I
called "Choose Your Own Adven-
ture". As you read the book, you Of The SeasonPEACHES
decide how you want the story to First
progress. As we read the story, the
whole class decides what part we'll
read next. Sometimes it's hard pick- 39b ,
ing which part to read. Our libraryhas
a collection of them, check one PLUMS &
out real soon! Happy birthday to ,
Laura Dobbs and Josh Lizenbee. I
MILWAUKEE
would like to thank my reading classon OLD L PepsiNECTARINES
a great job they're doing in the &OLDMILWAUKEE 2 Liter Diet /
Pizza Hut Book It reading program.,
Keep up the good work. We reworking LT. PEPSI COLA
toward 100 percent of our
reading goal to earn a free pizza party 12 oz./6 pk en 99
at the end of Feb. y
From Mrs. Tougaw's 2nd grade:
After a satisfying and fun Christmas Lb3-
vacation, our class was ready to get Red Ripe
back to work. We started using $209 Watermelon. 9
notebook paper and we're so proud. Ben Whole\
Everyone is doing nicely, Dinner, 2 Liter Diet Mt. pawl
From B.M.S. students, alumni of Boneless\ Mt. Dew .. .. .. .. .. 1.09
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miss you more with each passing .I'bj,
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[ CASE NO: 89-582-CA of all equipment all parts, all accessories FORM. Bradford Coonly. Florida. The City of
Date February 14 I9VO Starke Police holds the
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF GENE B. VANZANT. NORMA J. VAN- owned and hereafter acquired by the Equal Opportunity Employer Adklns Street Starke, Florida. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL ZANT BERYI E. BLEWETT, BOB WRIGHT debtors and located at Route 2. Box 1tchg2/13. Cont. Nn 376 A Petition will be filed In the Circuit ':

OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HOUSING CENTER GREEN TREE ACCEP 1526, Starke, Bradford County Florida. .- -- Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and ::1'
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE SARASOTA COUNTY. FLORIDA TANCE INC., and CITY OF STARKE at public sale, to the highest bidder IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH for Bradford County, Florida on or about 'r r'
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR FAMILY LAW DIVISION Defendants. for cash, In the lobby of the Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR March 26 1990 to begin forfeiture pro .Hceedlngs
BRADFORD COUNTY Courthouse Starke Florida BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA on the vehicles described *
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CIVIL DIVISION IN RE: The Marriage of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO at 11:00 a.m., on the 28th day of CAVE NO: above. .1
CASE NO. 89.432. AMID THOMAS MARSHALL FERGUSON. February, 1990.WITNESS IN THE MATTER OF THE Any persons or parties claiming an Interest ,..
STATE TRUST II, a husband DEFENDANTS: my hand and official seal this ADOPTION OF: in the above described property ;
Delaware Business Trust, JOHN ROBERT GILMORE mutt contact In writing Terence M.
and GENE B. VANZANT 5th day of February
Plaintiff TERftESA ANN KLEMM-FERGUSON, NORMA J.VANZANT and 1990.RAY NORMAN. Brown P.A.. Post Office Box 40 Storke,
TO: RONALD LEE GILMORE Florida 32091.0040. prior to the filing of "i
WRIGHT HOUSING CENTER.
v. Wife BOB Clerk of the Circuit Court
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CLARA E. LEE NOTICE OF CLAIM RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.AND By: Carol Williams, Deputy ClerkFred 20-A Atlantic Florida the forfeiture action herein described.
:Augustine TERENCE M. BROWN. p.A.
a tingle woman. TO: TERRESA ANN KLEMM-FERGUSON All OTHERS WHOM IT MAY H. Kent Ill NOTICE OF ACTION ..(
Post Office Box 40
Defendant YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for CONCERN: Florida Bar No. 327042 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
dissolution of marriage hat been filed YOU ARE NOTIFIED that en action to Kent, Ridge 8 Crawford the adoption of a minor child has been Stork. Florida 32091 0040 .<

AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT against you.You are required to serve a foreclose mortgage to the following property 225 Water Street Suite 900 filed and you are required to serve a for COS(904)9648272Attorneys Police
of written defenses If to In Bradford County. Florida: Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Dept ;
copy your any of written defenses, If any to
TO: CLARA E. LEE. If alive or dead her the action, en Petitioner whose name Commencing at the NE corner of NW ((904)) 358.1000 copy It, on EUGENE your F. SHAW, Petitioners Attorney 2/1S2tchg2/22: Cont. No. 378 ;i

unknown spouse, heirs devlieet, and address Is THOMAS MARSHALL 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 3. Township 7 Attorneys for Plaintiff whose address It 925-E'North .
gra.-.t..s, creditors and all other parties FERGUSON Lawtey Correctional Institution South Range 22 East and run South 400.2 2/08 2tchg 2/15: Cont. No 372 Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 .1HEADSTARTII

claiming by through under or against P.O. Box 229. 1X1251770 Lawtey feet for PCB thence continue South on or before March 22, 1990. and file the
her. Florida 32058.0229 on or before March 228.8 feet, thence West 116.6 feet to ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS. original with the clerk of this court
unknown. and file the with the line of State Highway No. 100. N
WhoM Retldencet ore 06 1990 original East ROW either before service on Petitioner' attorney
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YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Clerk of this Court elthsr before serviceon thence In a NW'ly direction along said PROJECT NAME: City of Hampton or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
to foreclose a mortgage on the Petitioner or Immediately thereafter; ROW to said State Rood No. 100, 190 Water System Improvements. default will be entered againstyou
following property In Bradford County otherwise a judgement will be enteredto feet thence East 193 feet to FOB, all ol. DCA PROJECT NO 9008.49-03.14.02- for a the relief demanded In the petition.
Florida to-wlt: the relief demanded In the petition told land lying In SE corner of NE 1/4 of N08 .

Section 25, Township 5 South Range WITNESS my hand and the seal of this NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 told Section Seated bids, submitted In duplicate, WITNESS my hand and the seal of this

22 East located In the South 1/2 of the Court on January 04, 1990. Township and Range. will be received by the City of Hampton court on the 13th day of February 1990.
SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described as:: KAREN E. RUSHING has been filed against you and you arerequired Florida (Owner), until 11:00 a.m.. locol Ray Norman i--
Commence at the point where the North As Clerk of the Court to serve a copy of your written time. March 6, 1990 at the office of: Clerk of the Court .
ROW line of a county graded road (which Sarasota County Florida defenses, If any, to It.on Johnny R. Martha Williams, City Clerk By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk C
runt along the South edge of the SE 1/4 2/01 4tchg 2/22 Hobbs, Jr., Esquire, plaintiff's attorney City of HamptonP.O. 2/S 4tchg 3/08.: Con. no. 377
of SW 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly ROW whose address It P.O. Box 938 Stark Box 250Hampton 8 ;
NOTICE
of SR-225, run thence West along ROW OF INTENTIONTO Florida 32091, on or.before March 2. Florida 32044 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
of graded road to the point where It Intersects REGISTER 1990, and file the original with the clerkof ((904) 468.1201for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 FICTITIOUS NAME this court either before service on the construction of the following BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA A high-performing

for FOB. From POB continue West along plaintiff's attorney or Immediately described Project CASE NO: 89-609CAIN
ROW. 80 feet; run thence North parallelto Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida thereafter; otherwise a default will be Water distribution system for the City RE: The Marriage of
the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, 250f..t Statutes, notice Is hereby given that th.und.ralgned. entered against you for the relief of Hampton. Florida, located In Bradford RANDY EUGENE CRAWFORD IBM'compatiblecomputer
Christopher L. lee, Rt. 9. demanded In the complaint or petition. Husband,
run thence East parallel to ROW County approximately 10 miles south-
Box 1122. No. 56. lake Fl 32055 and system
City DATED this 22nd day of January. 1990. and
80 feet, run thence Souh.to ROW 250 south-west of Starke. Includes the
Donna M. Lee Rt. 9. Box 1122, No. 56 RAY NORMANAs JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY CRAWFORD,
feet to POB. of Installation
existing systems;
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lake City. FL 32055 joint doing Clerk of the Court thathasbofia3.5"and5.25"f
owners Wife
has been filed against you and you are of services, fire hydrants, and
business under the firm name of AUDIO By Tosher Allen, Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ACTION
required to serve a copy of your written valves, and connection to existing watersystem.
SOUND DESIGN 864 North 1/95: 4tchg 2/13 Cant. No.356 NO PROPERTY loppydisk
SERVICE
TemploAvenue : CONSTRUCTIVE :
the Plaintiff'sattorney
defenses, if any to it" on Also the repair and replacement
whose name and address Is: Suite A, Stork., Florida 32091, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH of existing pavement. CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILDRENTO
Intends b ilt in.e
Hobbs to register said fictitious nom.und.r and contract : JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY drive .
Harry M. EsquireHarry JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Plan., specifications
the aforesaid statuteDoled CRAWFORD. 713 Thomas Street, Starke.Florida .
M. Hobbs, P.A. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA documents will be open to public Inspection
this 25th day of January A.D., 32091 Ready to plug in and use immediately
P.O. Box 20448 CIVIL ACTION NO.89-416-CA at the office listed above or may be
Tampa Florida I 33622-0448 In Bradford County Florida. FNB PROPERTIES, INC.. a Florida obtained from: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for e Advanced HeadStart environment

and file the original with the Clerk of 1/25 4tpd 2/15 corporation Clark Rounelis 8 Associates, Inc. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE CUSTODYOF makes both the novice and experienced

the above styled Court an or before Plaintiff Attn: Gary Bethune, ol.ct.Engineer MINOR CHILDREN, AND OTHER far
March 2, 1990; otherwise a Judgementmay NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO vs' 3370 Capital Circle; N.E.. Suite 1 RELIEF ha. been filed against you and user more productive
be entered against you for the REGISTER IRA LEE HUDSON and ALICE HUDSON, Tallahassee, Florida 32308 you are required to serve a copy of your. e Guaranteed IBM "XT compatibleUltra

relief demanded In the Complaint or FICTITIOUS NAME hit wife; The Unknown Heirs Devisees, ((904)) 385-8858 written defenses Husband's, If any to It on EUGENEf. whoseaddress fast 4.77 MHz 8088-1 microprocessor
Petition. llenort, upon payment of $50 per set which SHAW. attorney
Grantees, Assignees,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants amount constitutes the cost of reproduction It 925-E North Temple Avenue before, A full 640Kof RAM memory capacity
Stark. Florida 32091 on or
Court on January 22 1990.: Statutes, notice It hereby given that the claiming by through, under or againstIRA handling and tax. This paymentwill *
HON. RAY NORMAN. undersigned Robert G. Norman and LEE HUDSON and ALICE HUDSON not be refunded.The March 19. 1990,and file the original with .2 disk drives-5/4 360K and 3a"/
CIRCUIT COURTBy P.O. Box 546, Owner reserves the right to waive the clerk of this Court either before service 1.44Mb
CLERK Richard G. Norman who are not known to be dead or alive,
: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk lawtey, Florida 32058, joint owners, doe Defendants. any Informalities or to reject any or all on Husband's attorney or Immediately e Built-in clock calendar with lithium
2/01 4tchg 2/22 Con No.359 Ing business under the firm name of UN- NOTICE OF SALE bids. Each Bidder must deposit with thereafter; otherwise a
CLE OSCAR'S VARIETY STORE Hwy 225 Notice Is that pursuantto his/her bid security In the amount form default will be entered against you for battery backupComplete
... .... hereby given
-- In the relief demanded In the petition
4 MI. West of Lawtey. lawtey Florida final of and subject to the conditions provided
en order or a> judgement( only$279
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
this 8th of February 1990. Package
DATED day
REGISTER 32058, Intends to register said fictitious foreclosure entered In the above- the Information for Bidders. Sureties used
name under the aforesaid ttatute. captioned action I will sell the property for obtaining bonds must appear asacceptable RAY NORMAN
FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of the Court INCyJDESTHESE FREE
Dated this 16th day of January, A.D., situated In Bradford County Florida according to the Deportment Clerk I
Bradford Florida. of Treasury Circular 570. By: Tosher Allen Deputy SOFTWARE PROGRAMS:
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida In County described as.: No bid be withdrawn for a periodof 2/154tchg 3/08; Cont.No.375
Statutes, notlc. Is hereby given that the 1/25 4tchg 2/15 A parcel of land containing one acre, sixty days may after the schedule closingtime HeadSlart Operating Environment 6.0HOTPopup
undersigned Dan Myers, Rt. 4 Box 1214 lying In the SW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section for receipt of bids. Services MSDOSby

(US 301)), Stark., Florida 32091 and STARKE 18, Township 6 South Range 22 Attention of Bidders Is partlculary called FORFEITURE NOTICE ACTIONIN OF Microsoft.GW-Basic by Microsoft

Elaine Myers Rt. 4 Box 1214 (US 301), CHURCH OF GOD East, Bradford County, Florida, told to the requirements as to conditionsof floppy Driver* ATI" Skill Builder

Stark., Florida 32091, joint owners doe 422 N.St.Claire 964-3445 parcel being more particularly described employment to be observed and RE: Forfeiture of one 1985 Lincoln Tutorial-Computer*Ease*
old axle
business under the firm name of ACE at follows: Commence at an be under
Ing minimum rates to paid 11NBP96F3FY626278. HeadStart Office Manager'
wage Continental V.I.N. :
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St.orke. Florida 32091 Intends to register I VVte(Invite you to worship with us NE 1/4 and run S 6910 W along th.S'I" Facllltlet, Section 109 Executive Order CL41N7D263284; and one 1963 Ford Pickup
said fictitious; nqrrW und. /Ti "':" boundary thereof 639.23 feet for a POB. all laws' and
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HAY FOR SALE' Large ONE NEW Call this department
198999 HP Outboard Motor. newspapers
964-8613 12 SANDI'S HAIR WORKS: Stylist needed. to place ad today. BROOKER,3/2 brick and from., Shady Oaks SID extra lot. $ 44,000
QUEEN SIZE BRASS BED:$400; shield 964-7830./ 12 Salary 4752140. TFN 15 your ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY BR, 1 ba, concrete block window treatments,

back chairs((6))$50 each and twin size COUCH AND CHAIR: Brown leather. CUSTODIAL WORKER WANTED: 8 to 5 ,. 3 ceiling fans, CH8A stove, refrlg DW garag., wood floors Andersen windows
cannon ball bed, $150. Open to of $300:964-4238 12 days week. Interested persons applyat I-I carpet, rose gard.n, Ig. patio area brick BBQ grill smoker, and Lazy
fers. Call 964 8565. 12 1981 FIREBIRD: Excellent condition. the Bradford County Health De- :BUSINESS'OPPORTUNITIES I Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate puniphouse, beautifully land-
1989 AGGRESSOR BASS BOAT: 15 ft. Asking $3200. OBO. Call 468-1637. partment. 15 scoped.
50 hp US Force motor 2 live wells 12FIVE RN & LPN's: For staffing and private duty COMMERCIAL
built-in ice chest. Custom drive-on NEW 198950 HP Outboard Motors. and long-term home care. Applications WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial, DYNAMIC CORNER HWY 301 and HWY 16.iHeavl.it traffic In county. 175 Ft. on
trailer. $5640 FIRM. Call 9648876. 9647830. 12 on Tuesdays. Call Virgle 964- home units from $199.00. Lamps, I 301 and 137.34 Ft. on Hwy. 16.Call for Details. $145,000
124COP BULL MASTIFF PUPPIES AND OUAR- 8772. Upjohn Healthcare Services. lotions accessories. Monthly N.TEMPLE AVt 1 Acre zoned Commercial. $125,000'
LIQUOR LICENSE for Bradford TERHORSE GELDING: For Information N.E.FLA STATE HOSPITAL:Registered ments lowas$18.00.Call today FREE WOWI WHAT A COMMERCIAL DEALhCarradlnes In Lawtey. Approx. 600' on

County. Brokers protected. Looking Call Nancy. 468-2527. nurses Psychiatric/Medical.Excellent color catalog. 1-800-228-6292. Hwy 301. '10 Ac of land,3300 sf store and living quarters, paved driveway with
for sale. Call 1-813- Leave 12WANTED in
quick George message. opportunities medical health nursing 20
796-0106. 12 can be found by the state-owned ample parking. $149,500
IRONING DONE: Fast, reasonable. Call : psychiatric hospital. Paid vacation : SUPER COMMERCIAL I iGreat two story building Enterprise Zon., downtown
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LOSTFOUNDLOST : Starke.Assum. Mtg. R.duc.d to$ 49,900
473-0136, ask for Rosa 12 sick leave and holidays group ,insurance ,
NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALE 830 N. Temple Ave. B furnished 1 BR
$$SACRIFICE, SACRIFICE Steel WANTED 500 GAL PTO DRIVEN plan free retirement, continuing
building manufacturer anxious to clear PECAN SPRAYER, Call after 6 education on campus no rotating : GREY CHEEK PARROT: Says apartments, fully occupied, with excellent occupancy record; heating and
excess inventory.Bestpossible prices. 2594714. 11 p.m. shifts. Contact Dixie Lyons, NEFSH Meow", Green In color. SR 100 cooling unit In each apartment.Good cash flow! $$147,000
Immediate delivery. Freight Included.. LOOKING FOR A FEMALE BLOOD Hwy 121,South,Macclonny FL32063 8 miles West of town. REWARD RENTAL ON CALL STREET!
21x28 $1995; 28x30. $2589,35x40. HOUND.We have male,full blooded or((904)) 259-6211. ext. 157. EOE/AA OFFERED. Call 4963458.PREQUALIFYING .
LOTS ft ACREAGE
$3755;40x42. $4134;54x60, $7196. redbone bloodhound. Would like to
Other sizes available.Call 1-800-668- breed for puppy or if you have a puppy WANT A GETAWAY PLACE 190' on Sampson Lake. 160' on road. 170'
5700.12 for sale. Please call 964-5647. deep. $25,000
RED FORMAL.TEA-LENGTH.Onlyworn
11WANTED FREE GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA 292' and
: on water extending
once. Size 10. Sacrifice for$30. 533- For FHA VA or Conventional
TO BUY NINTENDO
GAMES to Hwy. '00.7.11 acres. $165,000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
2527. 12 ACCESSORIES good used tires. Mortgages. $65.000 each and on. 92.65' lot 48000.
WASHER& DRYER:Almond color $200
for both. Call 964-5672. 1,? 7821185. 11rp1 HWY. 16 EAST 20 Ac with fish pond 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank, swimming

1.,1 '}'-'t. (' ,,, Gainesville .Mo:tgage.Co!. Inc. pool.Con b.bought as on.parcel or 4, 5-Ac. tracts.itrtyOfOQlr!'MICHIGANSTPSETr2Acresmild. .
., city. ,'L'!, $10.000
.. Purchase. Refinance or Construction; WALDO: Four lots city water well septic*:'rpower'p'blW.' 'I" ug;d',j8. W
Fixed Rate or Adjustable 836 CHERRY STREET 200x100' ",' ""w

Ph. 964-3739 HWY 215 On.Ac,.. $5.000

HAROLD K. DAVIS 13 P. O. Box 668, Starke FL LOT*. GOLPAIR ROAD:Country Club bioi... Mak. Offer. $8.700
Licensed Mortgage Located Longchamp Bldg., LAWTEYi Five acres. 105th Av. Good Investment. 15.000
Broker ivdH ta> US 301 South PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD:20.16 Ac..3 wells,2 poles. $50,000
WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Fla.frontier. $15.000.

AFTER HOURS

I K0R Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . . 964-6323 .

OR Sandra Torwlllogar . . . . . . . 533-2242

Debra Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833

INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST Anne Terwlllegar Brown . . . . . .'.473-7541

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Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &
well hookup rr r r r r r r r r rJK
| EQUAL HOUSINGs vrKi &i
REALTOR
e Building Lot Keystone

Susan M. Faulkner, GRI. CRB President 200 Acres In Bradford County..-.--..........,$l.50O Acre

ERA Faulkner' Realty' :Inc. 1 2 5 Lots Mobile& Home Mobile Lots Home on In 227--------------------$6,500 Keystone Each TREE AND STUMP

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Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.
Located Hwy. 301. 2 blocks South'of.R. 100* 22)* Lafayette St. 43 Acre Farm with 3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home In REMOVAL

Gainesville _. .. .. . . .
*GARAGEs With several 16high bay doors, torn .qui...pric. to sell. Owner | .' .. ..' -
5 Acres on small lake .... .. .... .
will do financing. 8-90 -- ------ ---- -- -$3.00O Acre
1*SALVAGE YARD FOR SALE Ask Irene for details, 6.90.ti 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In Alaclma ; Ltcensed, c&', .Ins. tre'd f.A
I*HWY 301 SOUTH Commercial property with large versatile building and paved | Count "
parking lot. 209.89 .., 'V > Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.00O
964-9300
1*LAWTEYi 3 BR/1 BA on approx. 3/4 ac.:On/! 28000.' 207.89 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.OOO: Acre

*3 3/4 ACRES beautifully wooded. Owner financing. 200-89 For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.
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*4 ACRES. MOSTLY CLEARED: With 1 dug fish pond, price r.duc.d. 196.89

I *VERY NICE 3 BR/2 1/2 BATH Brick veneer on 1 acre.. Many.exlroi. Hwy 16 W. I r A A A A A A A A A A A A A
194-89 $, jf; :j. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY
1 *LAURA STREET 4 BR/3 BAm reduced, $32.000Asiumoble mortgage by ,f

quallfy.r. 184-89 Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 1 1LAVERN Accelerated Realty )inc. .
I *MADISON STREET Beautiful colonial home, needj TIC.. dpprox. 2 acres, also 2 II
I rental unit. 116.89' III' > ; -
1 *HWY U WEST: Beautiful wooded lot ov.r 1/] ?,qcret_;!!,!lJd| home or put mobile
(home, only $4,200. 158.89 'f H: O UTLAWi 9 4-4544
1 *DEERWOOO Large home, new carpet oijd pan .ly. Nfcjlot about 1 acre. 7-89 |

*8 ACRES ON fORSYTHE ROAD: With DW,'I"BIV2B. ./.Own.r' will. hold mortgage. OUTLAW I 1.5.r Hwy. 301 S. m
211.B9 4 i '
I *2 BR/2 BA FRAME STUCCO HOME IN.' CITYO OWn.rwo. cohsldor holding mor Rutty Thinking of buying pr Celling' ? Call; "us"! i tt.e.ssti.Starke,. FL

Igage.5.9O ;\\.y, "< 904522 ,
1 *GREAT STARTER HOME On large lot 2"B".1."A." Put of city. CH/A. 124-89 .
I *FHA or VA 3 BIll 1/2 BA on half acre. (Come. 'on.. and'Steal. this on. for$42.500. STARKER, You Full Service Real Estate Office s/Eomes '-/Lot vAcreagcWaterfront
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1 89.89*THREE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS In Coi JP!tirry Club area From $9, OO to$12,000. David L.:Dbdgfe: /Farms JComni rcJa1 :
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136-89 '
1 *31R1I1/21ATH NEAR SCHOOLS: CH/AJ:(arg. lot, laundry room family room, SALVAGE YARD Has 3 BR/1 BA Brick home. 3 Acres with frontage on'
FHA or VA. $46.850. 1-90 ,... North 301. well and septic. -
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11 iR/2 BA DOUBLEWIDEi On 9 Acre with.fir.plac.. In den CH/A, Owner will NEW BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA. CH/A, Stove, refrlg. and dishwasher; 2240'.f. j
(hold mortgage. 211-89 .. sun deck well and septic.

1 *NICE 2 BR/2 BA HOUSE IN CITY With.opproxj//2! acre, I laundry room could b. I REALTOR LOVELY BLOCK HOME 4BR/2BA CH/A Larg. family .room 2148 sf.,,
I mad. Into 3rd BR. 5-90 J :'. sM I I. i : A garage landscaped lot. .
1 APPROX. 2 ACRES COMM: PROPERTY on 3Of;S, 200"frontage.() : :Owner flnanc- SAMPSON LAKE 3BR/2BA Norwelgan Brlck.eaMn kitchen, family room
ling. 12-90 4 "r $ \ CH/A 2310 .f. porch., large lot 2.8 ac., frontage on water: L
I *4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOME On 2, "\\1:... 32x60 doublewlde w/range, SACRIFICE SACRIFICE Owner must sell brick */}.CH/A. Good ....1 BIAUTtPUl FRAME HOME 3BR/2BA.family room wlllr.place". CH/A,2184 ,
r.lrlg., dlihwother. Lot of other extra. Financing; oVIploble., .Must tee to ape Owner Financing, In Starke.Frame 2/1.Good Income). $".500 .f. 576 .f workshop landscaped lot Hampton Lak. access nearby. I
*N.wly renovated Inildeand out,2/1 fenced .... LOTS OP PORCHES .
|predate. 198-89 ; V yard In Sta. $23,900> 3BR/1BA A-Frome w/porches all round. Stove."
I *DOUBLEWIDE 28xoO; 3 BR. 2 BA.CH1.31 Ace 12x20 screened deck. Lots and In Brooker. frame homo walk to everything owner finance. i a refrlg., wood. burning stove, pole barn 24x50 tool shed 8x9, well and sep
I lots of extra Financing available. 192-89 t i'A',, Cedar home on 1 ocr., CHCA range, ref. tin on 6 ac.... -
I *LOW DOWN ASSUME MORTGAGE for this doutlewlde. ..with 3 BR/2 BA on 1 Concrete block,3/1. central heat In Starke. IOOxl 25 lot. $34.000 TWO STORY CB HOME.3BR/2BA Stove I R.frlg., AC units, elec. heal well
11/2 Acre A Steal at $33,000. 137-89 t ft :; .,._ Crystal Lak.Homeiltei CB, 3/1. CHaA,rang., ref, 1300 SF. $42.500) and septic 1 acre. I a
I *1i ACRES with 312 feet on SR 100 W. Beautiful building area or for mobile Frame. 1400 tq.ft.4 BR, J 3/4 BA. large lot. In country. $45,000 TWO STORY APT BLDG 28R/IIA'Each Apartment. Gar heat. live-In one '
(home 174-89 ; \' Brick 3BR/1/i Bo. nice neighbor, range ref. CrUA end. garage. I opt., rent the o'h.r apartment. '

111/2 ACRE LOTSi 100x660 with lot of 'r_.. Excellent,for.your mobile home. Hlghway16West,4/2Vi.CHA,14MSFon1ocre.REDUCED. $54.000. RIVER BEND ESTATES 3 BR/2 BA DW Mobile Home, CH/A 3 Acres. ,
Priced for Quick Salel 174-89 J. "\\V" ; In Country Club: Brkk 3/2 CH/A All\ appliances 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. I 4.B ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Mobile Home,AC,Units. Central)
1 *li ACRES IN lAWTEVi 683 feet cot323 E. $22061en owe.. 17 .89 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 CH4A. REDUCED Heat Shade tr_.. '
I *LOTS NEW HAMPTON BEACH $45.000. .14 AcreA7-90- Far the Perfectionist! Privacy a plus. Country Club. Mek. many .,.h.. '
*DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE ACRE, Paved. food. 3-90 Bedford Lak., 2/1 CH A. completely furnished, extra nke. 100x300. SELECTED PROPERTIES
*I ACRES. lAWTEVi 125 W. 2-90 J Brick CHCA over 2000 SF In the a
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2.78
country on ocr. 20 ACIES-
Cty Hwy 223 Near
*3 BR. 2 BA Nlc. area,'very well kept. 137-89 Neat Clean.2/1. Heat I Air.Mak.appointment to $29,900. HOMB lawtey, Planted PI.....
see. tUDO LOTS
Ia, Ranch.tt. 'Ac.frame Hwy 16W. City Water t Sewage. Own. Financing.
home.fenced
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pecan B pear trees 47.900 HOMI MOO LOTS. Shady Oaks S/D. Brooker.
STOP THIS FORECLOSURE: Make oH.... 3/2. Brkk. Okie. lot. In Southgate. ) POUR t-ACRI TRACTS Brooker,Owner
Call One of Our Professionally Owner financing./ Immaculate MH'. pasture,oaks en 24 oars $98.000 THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker Financing.Owner

Trained. q Sif>aj0T Today..964-BO69 ** Storke Beautiful Historic.story R brick_.and 6BR cedar 3'4Ba farm.'6 flrpkx home. 4/aMBa.. REDUCED.on 36 acres. I i f.$ ACRES Prentoee en New River W.II t Septic. Financing.

fter.Hours'tc't These RetOtof Associates: Owner Anxious. Make Often 4/1 1/2 over 1500 sf Jdos/ to Stork.; AFTER HOURS

li Excellent Neighborhood: In Starke.3/2 OVA,all appliances, fireplace. N/C/ '. W.,... Oewalas.VU"'" 1 .
Irene F.ulkner..ee4-B142 Over I Acr... Brick. 4/21/1. CH/A. Fireplace, ever 2100 si. AH eepllenees, BIIIDeeM.te4740BA Bill 0- ,.. .... I IClerke ,

Darlene QoC1wt' <,...,46821603hWarren'Wood MAXI OFFER Owner Antou" "ooroge. metal. bldg. ((1500sq.H.Con.) Nevis Word.94-744 Stephens 964-6331 '

Ryder......9Q4-9040 Crete parking. a
Thonuu iTQiJiTGiOM 964- 7 Reduced US 301 South. Approx.>> 6 Ac.. Metal bldtf., MH. 2 wells, :3 sepHcs.

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uNuSll) L-Mapl. dining table 20x40 MOUItE HOME-Thre. 3BR and one 3BR READING
REFRIGERATOR, WASHING Machine B ATTENTION! EARN MONEY
closed. 40x76 opened, 6 chain, $125. unlts.$990 to $1990. Call 4737566. "- .. .. .. .
DRYER. Almond Color, 1850 cath 1973 BOOKSI $3 .000/y.ar Income potential. n'' .
Matching hutch $125; Convection oven Mutt movo.3tpd/1-4,1-18.2-1, 2-1S. Ford Maverick 4door. Detall4. '1(603)838-8885( ext.: ; TORRENT: : ; : .i .. ..YARD is'ACE:! ;
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rack $20. loveseat 9. T
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end table $10 large lamps $20. exrcls. ANIMALS FRUIT PLANTS FOR SALE at Martin's Fruit ATTENTION! EASY WORK EXCELLENT FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.aJt utilities SATURDAY: 041 EDWARDS ROAD:
bike $45. 4733168. ltpd/2.15 Farm Fort White. Container grown PAY! Assemble products at home. paid. From $37.50 up weekly. Clothing answering machine new

YORKSHIRE TERRIER-Spode, female, 3 peaches, nectarines, plums, figs, and Details. 1(602)838-8885( ) Ext. W-9127 MAGNOLIA HOTEL. Walnut SL and used items. Lots of mist,
HELP WANTED years old. Wonderful loving nature-to pears $6. Japanese persimmons, $12 2/1 4tpd. 222ATTENTIONI Starke. In front of Post Office. 7GARAGE
approved horn. $250. 473.3766, Grapes, $3. Blueberries, $3. Open EARN MONEY TYPING AT 13 SALE: Friday and Saturday 8
CAREER REAl ESTATE.We train. Call Itchg2-15 Man-Sat. B a.m. til 6 p.m. Closed Sun HOMEI $32OOOlv.arlncom.potential. COMMERCIAL DUPLEX: Just off 301 iii 2. 780 Glendale. Maternity man's
Dean Weaver Watson Realty Coip. day. 4497-2621. Let ring. 3tchrg. 2/8. Details. 1(602)838-8865( ) ext. T-9127. South. Over 2200 sq. ft with 16 ceiling ladies, baby's items motorcycle and
REALTORS 473.4816) or 475.2272. 2/15. 222.WASHER 2/1 4tpd. 222LPNIMEDICAL ,ample parking space, Now avail mlso.7SATURDAY.
6mochg-11-30 FOR RENT DRYER. STOVE ASSISTANT For busy lake able. Lease term optional 064,5414.. FEB. 17: Clothing crafts
CHURCH ORGANIST-Needed. Call REFRIGERATOR AND MICROWAVE Alo Butler/Gainesville doctor's off ic.. 13 odds and ends. B am tit ?? Pinehurst
4752456. 2tchg/2-8-1S MOBILE HOMES-Partlolly 'furnished:2 or 3 Applianc repairs. Call 4962090. 2tpd. Medical office expsrlence required.P.O. RENTSPECIAL$5( .OOOff Current Renll): Variety. 100 S. Water Street, Starke.
TEXAS REUNIFY CORP-ne.ds retpontlble bedrooms$135-$150 per month. SR 2/8. 2/13. Box 1268. Gainesville Fl. 32602. Room with bath a AC,$50;$53 wiles; 7
person now 'In Keyitone Heights 100 across from lake Geneva. Call 1 HEAVY DUTY STEEL WINCH BUMPER for 1(904)373.3130( ) E.O.F.. 2/15 Itchg. Room with Air Conditioner$40 without FURNITURE. APPUANCES, clothing
area Regardless of training write 473.7566 or 4737810. full size, truck $150. OBO. call Jason at LAKE BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY bath$42.40 plus..;Room with- miscellaneous.. 1 147 Mile East on
W.K. Hopkins, Box 711, Ft. Worth, TX pd/10-26/4/5/90 house. Nice 964-8791. tfn. WANTS YOU Are you a dedicated person out bath without air conditioning Hwy 100, look for signs. 7
SILVER-Lake
76101. ttpd/2-15 BEAUTIFUL 1 DRAWTITE HITCH for full site truck. who has experience In the sewing $37.50 & 39.75 with tax. MAGNOLIA
clean. 3BR/2BA. Keystone Hgts., Unfurnished $80. call Jason at 9648791. tfn. field? (side seamen needed) Or ore HOTEL. 137N.Walnut Street Stark. 301 NORTH, 1/2 Mile from City Limits on
Washer/dryer. $500.00 mo. Interested In learning? We train. the right Fri., Sat. 6 Sun. Lots of
FOUND 1 FIBERGLASS TOOLBOX for full size you Across from the Post Office,
4732440. 2tpd/2-8-15 truck. $75. Call Jason at 964.8791 TFN. We offer: paid vacations, paid holiday 13 Items.7
SW ON LAKE-On lake 2BR. Ig. screened credit union, profit sharing, attendance MOVING SALE: Friday Saturday and
FEMALE lAB-MIx 3 BR DOUBLEWIDE: Stove and refrig-
on Swan take!
BACK porch. $285. and $150 deposit. Incentive, S medical & life In. Sunday, 9 til 6. Strawberry Acres,
In 20 475.1876 evenInos AKC COLLIE Trl-color male. 2 yrs old. erator. No inside pets.On one acre lot
North 301 to NE 11th Ave.
?ttr M./9.B-15 4732252. 1tpd2-15 Show Parents Beautiful Dog. All shots surance. Apply in person at: 650 S.E. on Gnffis Loop. Available middle of turn right.
3 BEDROOM-DW In High Ridge Estates. plus worming up to date, $300. OBO. 2nd St. Lake Bolter.Jtchrg. 2/15. 2/22. February. $300/month, $150 deposit Look fbrslgns.Household items,room
NOTICE $300 per month. Walton Realty Call Shannon at 964.8791 or 9647061. Certified Welder must have O6 certification Call 2827117. 13 rugs new hot water heater, some
4734816. Itch2.151UDROOM.furnl.h.d TFN. also 4 men w/ plumbing ex 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. No chil remodeling Items CJ5 Jeep stereo
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted on Lake Geneva. SOFA LOVESEAT, CHAIR never used, perience. Call Gene at 4961139. Itpd. dren. 782-3344 or 782-3942. system lots of misc. 7
to the Lake Region Monitor office $385 per month. Watson Realty over $900 value, sacrifice $395. 13
In writing and paid In advance 473- 816. Itch2-15 4962934. 2tchrg. 2/8 2/15. CARS AND TRUCKS EFFICIENCY ROOMS on US 301 South HOMES FOR SALE
unless credit establishedwith 2 BEDROOM.Furnlthed mobile home on 10 PC. PITT GROUPnever
used
.1. already over of Starke.Clean quiet heat 6 Air. No
this office.MONITOR 3 acres $275 ltch2-1S per month, Watson Realty $1800 value, sacrifice $695. 4962934. 77 FORD '-'00 Completely, redone. New pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. 2 BR ON 1 ACRE: Located on Road 100
4734816.
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD LAKE GENEVA ACCESS-Three 2tchrg. 2/8 2115.PERSONAL. everything from front to back and 13 E. of Starke. Lg. Screened Porch
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Bath. $425 month.Watson under the hood. Call and make an offer 1 BR APARTMENT: Just remodeled$ Fireplace. Carport, $29,500. 964-
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Bedroom/Two, 4734816. per SERVICESWELL ) 964-8791 ask for Jason. TFN. central heat and air.Walled patio with 8827. 2/03 4tpd
THE TELEPHONE. Realty 77 TOYOTA CORROLA. $173.00. ton storage area.Off-street partuna. 864- CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES: Comfort-
Classified, deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday 1tchg2-15 Bsdroom/Two Worktruck 67 Chevy.$450.00. 8601. tfn 13 able 2 BR 1 BA home. On three lots.
prior to Thursday's publication. BRADFORD CO.-Three month. DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- 496-2718.1tpd.2/B. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY ((1.25 ac.) Lots of trees lake access
Minimum charge $3.50 for 15 words, Both on Linda Street. $425 per man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 244 WATER. SEWER.CABLE: TV. 2 BR privileges. Only $34OOOICall Trevor
then IS cents for each additional word. Watson Realty 4734816. Itchg2-15 Inch water wells. Pumpssales, service
MOBILE HOMES 1 BATH, 964-7498 TFN 13 at Century 21 Showcase Properties,
TWO BEDROOM One bath off 21B. $400
Installation tanks, lift
If bills or. mailed out. there will be a septic Broker, 4734903. 16
$3.00 billing charge. per month. Watson Realty473.4816.. stationsNew Installation dralnfleld FOR SALE MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY' ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171.Keystone Itchg2-15: repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) WATER. SEWER. CABLE TV. "4-. from 91 (U-repalr). Delinquent tax
FURNISHED-Moblle home Two Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716. 7498 TFN 13
Hts., FL 32656 190 14' wide $120 month. Call Johnat property. Repossessions., 1-602-
Bedroom/Two Bath. $275 month. per OLJN'S SUBDIVISION
per After 6 p.m.State licensed- work MOBILE "Horn*
Watson Realty, 4734816. tchg2-13 uar.nt..dfree estimates. 1/25 Stpd 361.5197.Stchrg.l/25,2/22. lots for rent water and sewer fur. 833-6885, Ext. GH-17283.
FOR SALE SPECIAL 1990 14' X 70 Three bedroom 2 cable FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR. 11/2 Bath
CLEAN 2 BR. 1 1/2 BATHS Mobile Homeon 2/22 thentfn nlshed tv available. 762-3333
Immotalee Road. $250/Mo. plus NETTLES bath free set-up 6 delivery $650 TFN 13 CB home.Living room dining,kitchen,
PRESSURE TRSATED-Moblle home TREE SERVICE:All types tree down. $157 a month. Call for free
steps HALF large family w/fl and built-
damage deposit 473-2566. ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for room replace
work.
496-12326. tfn
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with safety railing. $65 each. 2 for credit check. 364.5197. Stchrg. 1/25
13 rent Close to prison. Call 468-I923. In bar.Screened in back porch,small
$120. Assorted brand n.w furniture at 2/22. Fenced bam w/eleo-
TFN 13 pool. backyard,
clearance prices. One twin bed PERSONALTRACTOR WANTED 1990 DOUBLEWIDES 24' X 44' Three 964-5647. 16
STATE EMPLOYEES.roved.horn.close' trldty.
complete-130. Keepsafer wireless bedroom 2 both. wood siding, shingle to your work? We have dean mobile 2 YEAR OLD:$42.300! Furnished. 2 BR
security system In original sealed WORK-bushogglng. back ATTENTION-HIRING I Government Jobs- roof. $800 down. $190 a month. Call homes available.call 468-4323. TFN 1 1/2 BA. Beautiful best of every
box-$10O. 4737324. 2tpd/l-25-2-8 blade and disking. Free estimates. Your area. 1784069485. Call Jim or John at 364.5197.Stchrg. 1/23 13WALDO thing.Lowpriced-831 Cypress Street
SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new. 6 mo. old $25.00 per hour. 473-4849 16028388885. Ext R9127. 3tpd. 2/8. 2/22. VILLAS NOW RENTING 964-8811. 16
with scrambler. Nothing down. 4tchg 1/25-2/15 2/15 2/22. LARGE 1990 2CX70 Skyline 4 bed., 2 Townhouses starting at $210/Mo.: 3 BR.2 BA Block Home. Many extras. On
$49/mo. 12721018. 4tchg/l-25-2-15 ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quallty work atreasonable bath. Living room 4 den. 5 percent Equal Housing Opportunity.For more 3 lots close to town (Steel Mill Road).
SATELLITE SVSTEM-Repossesied due to down. Free credit check. Call Jim.
rates. Call George at information Call1I64-7e30. 16
divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing 475.2977 or 473-3480 (home). MOBILE HOMES M4-S197. Stchrg. 1/25, 2/22. 13TRAILER.IN 468-1971..
down. 39mo. 12721031. 41chg2.122HOUSECLI..NINGW..kly FOR SALE 1990 14' x iff Three bedroom. 2 bath. 'PERSONAL: : :CERVICES; :
COUNTRY: 2 Bedroom .
REFRIGERATOR ft. In working order bi-weekly Free set-up and delivery. $750 down
Norge$79.00. R.bullt.fl51 Ford Wlnd.arEngln.275. $189 per month. Call: ask for Jim or 60x14 clean nice yard w/sidawalk. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK: Mowing,
monthly. 3 years experience.References 1985 14X70 FIESTA SEVILLE: 2 BR, 2 John 364-5197. Stchg. 1/25-2/22 Quiet area. One child min.,$245/Mo./ disking
l 475-1691.2tchg/2 plowing leveling, garden
IS Ft. CHEST.Fr.er.r. 3 old. $200. available. 475-5831. Ask BA Cathedral ceilings masonry siding 179 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 14X70 plus dep. Meng Dairy Road ft 21 tl SL work. Free estimates J. D. Eunice,
yrs for Debbie. 4tpdl-2/3-1 {
excellent condition. Assume Call 964-6714 after' 4 1
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473-4764 3/2 central heat/air. $8000 Firm.Power p rn. 964-8230 J.H.
George Manning. ; Eunice 782-3469.
PORTABLE WHEELCHAIR-Llghtwelght SANDI'S HAIR WORKS: Stylist needed. equity and payments of $196.58 per pole $250. 2 BR HOUSE FOR RENT AT UNION/ 17ODD
Salary. 475-2140. TFN 15 month. Call after 5 496-2632. BRADFORD COUNTY LINE:Off Hwy
p.m. 496-2589.ltchrg.2/15.
wheels and foot rests come off. $275 FLOOR SAQQIN.DOOR JOBS: Home and Business repairs
ebo. 473-7237. Itchg2-15 OUT OF 4 100.Noappllaneesfumished.Nopets. and construction.
DHAQGIN.HOUSE
Security dep.
Req.$300/Mth.CaN431- 964-8565org64-
10" WHtRLPOOl-Gos Eggshellcolor. ects.Call ODD-JOB.
range. LEVEL?? LaRue Service for
Leveling 10)4) 3 tl g
pm pm 13
473-7542.. Used 14 months Ex.cond. $150. all your foundation repairs. 473-7721. (1 ttiEO'RfSLEtJb? ; : ), 1 BR MOBILE HOME: One block off US 9622. 17
2tpd/2-15-22 WILL DO HOUSECLEANING
TFN 17 t' .. 301..Lights/water furnished at reasonable -
SINGER TOUCH 6 SEW-Original cost ;: S250/Mo. rates. Call 473-0036 between

$489. will sacrifice for $100. 4737862. BOATS FOR SALE 1 i 0Fixl DhtjT; 'Soilr_ 2 BEDROOM 7823451. APARTMENT 13 : Stove, re- hours of 6-8 p.m. 17STRICKLAND'S
SMOKERISE SUBDIVISION:Latter dale. SEWING MACHINE
125x290.Owner financing. Call 473- TWO 12 ft.V-HULl-Alumlnum boats 2 Large or Small Loads of Limcrock ] frig.accepted.and elec.$65 Wk.included.Call 964-8493.One child SALES AND SERVICE: All makes
and models cleaned oiled and adjusted
2988. 12
.MOTOR HOME: 28 ft. Allegro. Loaded. ((3/9V4 hp) motors, boat.trall.rJI259flrm..73.0519..ltpdl2.1h"! "-Tractor Work Backhoe+. Bulldozer ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- $15. New and used sewing
l II'M
wit furnished.
iim. Low ileage. A-1 Condition, 454, I Its! atr... ,". -r .h.'o'".OCJAW. F? Adults pletely only. Clean and oulet..---ma hfnes. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan

2988.Chev. 12 chassis. $27,500.'Call 473-' ti .Y..,. ".._ .. A .''f ,. 9646 s2. .'J 9645823 "1, <964)095< <.;"fit: REAL 064-8214 ESTATE 13' Road 964-8733: zippers TFN hems 17, buttonholes 1ALTERATIONS

SHED 10 X 12 FT. wired for electric patches.eto. Drop off and pick 1
wood.3 windows with/ screen,double OUT OF AREAOCALA up. 7 days a week,7am8pm,9645587. -
door, shingle roof very good condi-x Plnehursl Variety across from
flon.$450. call4! -1125 12 .AI DURRANCE] PUMP &: SUPPLY NATIONAL FOREST: wooded Southskte Elem. Hwy 100TFN
WE DO HAULING:Any needed. Call
lots river access. $54:50: each No type
money down.$65.41 month.Owner..I- 762-3084 anytime. TFN 17
235-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks -
driveways. Roof Repairs. Call
TIMESHARE UNITS-DISTRESS '"-4341. Terry Parka. TFN
Cheapll World Wide selections. -
tall Vacation Network today. 1- CHAIN LINK FENCE:installed. Free estI-
JANE S. USHEI h ..1. 800-826-7844 NAIL 1-600-628-1"7 mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
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W. In FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559.
Your Union County Retttor II NORTH CAROLINA/NORTH GEORGIA: TFN 17DON'T
Moutaln/lake/creek homes end acre LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand

Lake Butler .-... Lake City age.Free listing information:Care In* self-esteem sink this year. Call
496-2156 or 755-3500 Pump Sales & Service On All Makes Country Real Estate Box 686, Hay- 964-8594. TFN 17
esville. N.C. 28904 704389335 WELL DRILLING. PUMPS 4 SERVICE:
collect. 10BOATS Durrmnce Pump Supply Co Water
Well Drilling systems specialists. 864 N. Temple
than 2 old.: Owner; ;. \ Ave US 301, Starke 32091 TFN
BUTLER less
I RAND NEW HOME IN LAKI yrs. ,. ; ,
[ motivated to sell. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Central. heat and air. Price ;' Residential &: Irrigation BULLDOZER WORK: Need stumps out

negotiable. Call today for appt to see. Lie #1305 or land cleared.I charge$40 per hour.
.1 1ACRE 2 ACRES ..3 Acres 4 ACRES--S ACRES 6 ACRES 7 ACRE 24 FT SPORTCRAFT W/CUTTY CABIN.Inboardoutboard. 450 John/ Deere. Call 782-3306 If no
8* N. Temple Are.. Starke
964-706'1 160 hp Chevy answer call 7823954. TFN
will finance with$500 down and$150 per month based on .
PARCELS. Owner Eves ft weekends 9647578NETTLES
discounted for : engine Priced to set. Raiford. 431- 17SUEL'S
1 acre price. Down Call payment for and monthly detail Information.payment more u 1044 after 5pm. 8 RETIREMENT COMMUNITY:
more
.acreage OH RENT purchased.OR SALE with owner financing available. 2-Story house, 2 Featuring a retirement community and
horn .Licensed
TREE RENT SPECIAL supervision 24-hours
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block. from > ACRE FOR SALt WITH OWNER FINANCING
aHM ROME SERVICE ONLY CPR rained staff. We are a retire-
Payment not over $300 monthly with $2.000 down. Priced at $20.500. mentcommunlty nursing home.

Owner may negotiate on down payment In exchange for house repairs. Not affiliated with any religious or-
Call for more Information. ReinoatPmfizgTCt1i1X1111 : : $5.00 Off Current Rent ganizations.Call Sue today 463-2619.

.3 BEMOOM 2 BATH FRAME HOME Owner financed at 10% Interest r'-f''JQ.Mg? '
Needs repairs. WANT TO DRINK. THATS YOUR
Room with Bath & AC 50.OO weekly
FOR lENT 2 Bedroom 1 bath brick house Includes central heal and air. Specializing Removal or BUSINESSI! WANT TO STOP?
Appliances, extra large lot, Near hospital. Call Jane S. Usher 4962126. Dangerous Trees 553.00 with tax THATS OURSI! Alcoholics Anony-

753-3500 or 18067290736. FREE Estimates mous 964-9619.964-4150.964-8614
1 MORE INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGSOR //.17CLEANING
FOR Licensed &: Insured Room with AC $40.00 weekly
? SERVICE Best Call
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY \. : price
CALL....496-2126 Day or 755-3300,Nights Call Thomas D. Nettles without:Bath 42.40 with tax for free. estimates. 964-9188. ask for
496-1326 Lake Butler Julie. 17

Room without Bath $J37.50 weekly A WONDERFUL Australian European FAMILY EXPERIENCE Scandinavian:

without'AC' 39.75{ with tax Japanese high school' exchange students -
Senior RN arriving In August Become a'
Host Family/American Intercultural
MAGNOLIA HOTEL
Student Exchange. Call 1-BOO-SIB-
137 N. Walnut St LING. 17

Across from Starke Post Office BECOME A PARALEGAL: Nationally
FC Positions available for licensed RNs with at least I accredited attorney Instructed, home
study,established 1976.financial aid

one year of professional nursing experience. This is 'I 'Aheat tree Career catalog Institute 1-800469-2555.Drawer Southern 2158-,

oi'iAR' Boca Raton FL 33427. 17 f
I ir I I STOP PAYING RENTI! Cut mortgage
professional nursing work providing care and payments half)Wei show you how

.anyone yi to say, thousands. For complete

treatment of inmate patients. Qualified applicantsmay 111j 011. details>> cal our 24-hour message
center. ((303)) 7533232. 17
yicomfortable + IHJ. CXtLD CARE IN MY HOME: Experience
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start with an annual salary of nearly $28,000. "" .PUmp ..; and 964-2349.references available.17 Lots ol love.

!. CARPET SHAMPOOING FLOOR

Benefits package is excellent.. Please submit a ,( Jl" L ''-J'I STRIPING-WAX. general cleanings..
I '-" windows, residential or commercial.

completed State of Florida employment applicationto I Bujrllie.'iyeMXLttOOlMM, ? '" ......: C 17C.C.'S 0. Cleaning Service 7823089.

It's bond to provid.s km t tin to&at 3oomfcit CARPET SHAMPOO SPECIAL:
ltiJ.I s-I Bouse the XL EOO VAsthHtmr'bast First room. $25; each additional $10.
: punp backed by en odusm msnutofern's No emits. Call 7823089. 17
10 yor fcmttd wwnrtr on ttth die ROOFING. ROOM
c marsor.uA pits 27< ncn|..And REMODELING
tho ri'.super blah effiai onc)'help.....gnu ADDICTIONS: : Carports, concrete
PERSONNEL MANAGER __.._....<:.1 work aluminum or vinyl siding and
iDIDY far ran
UNION CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION IXL12OO'-' Garrison Consfrvction. 9646281.anvtme. .
isereYEtt. COWART Mark Garrison, (tense no.

P. O. BOX 221RAIFORD A.M.C.- SERVICESaiwsyouprobsslonallawn

FLORIDA 32083 Air Conditioning Contractors esv. Cutting, raking. cleaning.
Cal now free)written estimates. Low

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1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD Power B/S. Runs good. New tires. Courthouse, 925 N. Temple Avenue. or that one. .
doublowldo.with all the extras.$19.000 $6.000.964-9317. 2 $350/Mo.Call 964-7347daysor( ) 964- R:"
balance and$1000 down.Assume the 1988 CHEVY SPORTSIDE: AT AC. PS. 4534 (eve) 3
loan. Will pay to have moved to your PB, Sport Wheels. MUST SELL) FOR SALE OR RENTWarehouse/oHlce:
lot. Call 373-3423 after 4pm, or 964- $9500 OBO. 964-9248 or 782- space: 3000-6000 sq ft, located at
9115 during the day. 4 3660.TFN 2 Enterprise Park next to Sunshine wr't ,r
FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED Industries. Contact Diane Ely, 964-
Pre-aPproval on mobile home loans. VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes 5294 TFN 3 '
Call Bruce at 7555114. Circle B Corvettes, Chevys. Surplus FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED Murray N 4 r r,
Homes Lake City, FL. 4 Buyers Guide. 1-602-838-8885, Ext 1000 sq ft fait food location across
1990 DOUBLEWIDE:24x44,3 BR 2 BA. A17283. 2 from KOA/Wat Mart, 964-8848. eve- how many
Wood siding and shingle roof plus 79 OLDSMOBILE 88: All power, 72,000 nings 473-3627 TFN 3
free delivery and set up.$14,995.Call miles. New tires. Clean. $1995. Call suppliers do
755-5114.Circle B Homes,Lake City John 9646305. tfn 2 FOR RENT-COMMERCIAL SPACE In
FL. 4 '78 DODGE ASPEN WAGON: Good downtown Starke. Locate your busi- I need?
BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- cond., dopendable. $1,000 or best ness in the same building as the / ::1.
wido. $1,000 Dn. Pmt. Singlewide, offer. 9646551.2 busiest insurance agency In town .
$500 dn.pint. Everyone can buy-bad 1974 FORD PICKUP:SWB. PS credit or no credit. Call 755-5114, radio V-8 engine, good condition. ft available. We will remodel to suit or .u' 1J1iIo.:' ., ,
Circle B Homes. Lake City. FL $1100. Raiford.431-1044after5 p.m. workout low Initial rent for stable ten- '! ; ....tj.J"\.J\
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4 BR't BIG 1990 with 2 i'l- :
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free delivery and set-up.$290 per mo. New tires$1000 FIRM. 475-2188 or LAND FOR SALE .
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1986 CHAMPION DOUBLEWIDE:26x56. Owner will finance, $2000/acre.call ,, ;, 'I"
3 BR 2 BA with air conditioning. Set LAND FOR SALEFOR 964-7771 or 964-4537 TF -'\L.!.. .
up and ready to move Into at Olin's .
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Subdivision,Price.16500.Call 782- SALE BY OWNER: 3 Acres on d 'I ','
3333.4 Forsyth Road.Starke. $13.500 Total. Check the
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12 X 55: 2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH 8x16 1-407-464-6827. 9 .....:.
add-on. Ph. 468-2409 or ((812) 293- LAKE PROPERTY ON N. SIDE ,
4207. SAMPSON LAKE!Contact Mr.Hunter. ," :':\ .
1985 14X70 FIESTA SEVILLE: 2 BR 2 100'x300'. 485-1663 (Graham). Edwards ,.I N.): '. '
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BA,Cathedral ceilings, masonry sid Plat 9 Classifieds t + "
ing, excellent condition. Assume IN CITY OF LAWTEY:Lot for sale on SR r ''I fiJr".1ri
equity and payments of $196.58 per 225. Contact Mr., Hunter. rq1 .f '. fa .
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month. Call after 5 p m., 4962632.CARSrrRUCKSN 4851663. 9 ,? : ,. ;

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1986 PONTIAC TRANS AM Charcoal CR229 N.W. 28th St. Starke 964-6133 J t Only one. .
Gray,Tintedwindows,Bra. Very Good ''
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income If you qualify. I Terms: $5,000.00 deposit day of auction. Closing In 30 .
-If you earn$3.35 per h.%. 40 days. Preview: 1 Hr. prior to Auction.
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Wrestlers Qualify for Regionals .

. Principal's MessageiCongratulationi Mrs. Strong's Fifth Grade Stu- =
to Lad Crews for dent of the Week' Science Erica :
By Joe Cissy 125- Joel Jscobsen won third usual 135. He was tied 10.10 at the Shafer was not able to compete dim 'Winning the SES Spelling\ Bee for Johns; MthJ Shaun Burgln: SpellIng :
ICY S..H Writer place by a pin in 2:27: in the consolation end of the first period, but lost 26-14. to a knee injury he suffered in practice 1990. During our spelling bee of Fete Joel Rodgers; English Melissa
Ten Tornado wrestlers qualified match. He lost in the semi final The weight disadvantage showed up Wednesday,which will keep him e, Lad finished first from a group of Morris; Reading, Angela Milliard;
for regional competition at the match to the eventual champion in the final periods. out for the year. Shafer won the 13 5th grade contestants. Our first Social Studies, Rasheeta Chandler. i,
district wrestling tournament last from Ocala Forest. 145- Kevin Snow, a first year district championship last year and runner-up was Danielle Tucker and Mrs. Gruen' K-s Classes: We are
at Buchholz High School In 130John O. William won the wrestler, pulled out a fourth place qualified for regional all three years our 2nd runner-up was Alex Cumm- studying\ embryology. We have an ;
Gainesville championship. He is back healthy position, losing the consolation of his varsity career. This was a Ings. Lad and Danielle will now incubator In our room and have been !
Ocala Forest a team Bradford with a 15-1 season record after losing\ match 2-10. disappointing loss to coach Purdy recresent SES In the Bradford Coun- following the development of the
had beaten earlier In a dual meet, one match by injury ed wrestled 152Leaton Morgan, a first year and the team, and Shafer a senior ty Spelling Bee on Thursday, Mar. 1, chicken embryo. Each grade has i.
took top honors In the ,tournament dislocated elbow. has freshman, also pulled out fourth who will graduate this spring.: at 10 a.m.in the School Board Room. adopted three eggs and marked y
with a team score of 191. Bradford most of the season in the 135 and 140 place finish, losing the consolation Congratulations to all 12 of the 5th them by grade number. Each week, :
came In second in the field of six pound classes. He will be tough at match by a pin In the second period. Regional matches will run Friday graders who were winners in their we crack an egg and observe the em-
teams with a score of 131. Buchholz regional, wrestling at 130 pounds Trimble won the and Saturday, Feburary 16 and 17, classrooms In order to be in the bryonic stageiwe also have watcheda i
scored 119, Eastslde 117,Gainesville says coach: Brett Purely. champions an injury default.He at Auburndale. Auburndale is the school competition. These special video on frog dissection and hope
110%,and Ocala Vanguard 77. 135Brad Hamilton pinned bill was lea!!his opponent 104 number one ranked team in class SA spellers are: to do some future dissecting. We !
Buchholz opponent in the finals in with 23 go when the Injury statewide. Bradford ended the Mrs. Green's Class: Alex Cumm- thank Mr. Rod Buchele for all his '
For the; Tornadoes, by weight 1:43, to take the championship. occurred.season record is 18+1. season with a 10.5 season record Ings Christina Thornton and Jason help with these projects. :
classes: Hamilton is wrestling down from the He defeated his tying opponent in the ,after losing two matches late in the Mrs. Pot-man's and Mrs. King's
103- Handy Waldron led In the 140 class and Is a contender for the finals at district. season to Buchholz and St. Ray.Mrs.. Roberts' Class: Mitchell Classes went to visit Dr. Gray
semi final match late in the third state tide: at 135. He is the only Augustine.With Ames PUcher and Cathy Flynn's office for Dental Health
period, but loot the match 14-11. In- undefeated wrestler in the area witha 189- Phillip Crawford won third ten, contestants at the Scott. ,Jeremy. month. The other classes will be goIng ;
stead of being in the championship season record of 22-0. place by a pin In 1:31.: He is also In' regional level, several individual DeValerlo's Class Naklsha soon. The second grade classes
Mrs
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match, he then won the consolation. 140Eddie Siebmund placed his first year as a varsity wrestler. honors can still be won by .the Toisnado Williams Lad Crews and Lindsay went to see the movie "The Little ::i
match and third place, 12-4. 'IMrth, winning e. t 40, up from Ms. In the 220-pound class, Holland team. Woodfin. Mermaid" on Friday, Feb. 9. I

Grateful appreciation Is expressedto Mrs. Patterson's Pre-1t Grades:
RE: Hompton/Brooker, Elementary Construction Bulletin P.O. Box BO3 All bid must be mode on- the opproprlote our Judges, Orian Wells, Evelyn During the month of February, we
School* Orange Park FL 32067, Phone: ((904)) proposal form, properly executed 1.Chastatn,Lennard Register and also are studying the presidents of the
Roof Replacement and A/C System, 388-0334 orMidState and placed In an envelope and to our school spelling bee coor- United Sfat i.This week,the class Is
BID NUMBER: 0305-1 Builder Exchange, 1217 should be marked to Identify the bid and dinator and pronouncer,Mrs.Donna focusing\ on George Washington.Activities -
\[LeENotice s ] Specifications and/or bid form may N.W. 16th Avenue Gainesville, FL then shall be delivered or mailed to Gruen. Also, taping the contest were 1hIa week included each stu-
'. .. be examined at the Bradford County 32061 Phone ((904)) 375.0615. Bradford County School Board 582 North Vicki Powell, Chris\ Powell and dent making a 3-D cherry tree and a
School Board, 5B2 North Temple' Bid security 'In the form of q Bid Bond Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. Ernestine Register.\ hatchet, a drum, and a 3-cornered:
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 and may executed by the Bidder and a qualified The Bradford County School/ Board Voter Appreclatihn Week: Feb. hat. For Black History Month, we
be obtained at the tame location for a surety or a certified or cashier' checkon reserves the right to reject) any or all 12-16. learned about George Washington
Section. 00020 00020-1 20.00 non-refundable depoilt. The on any national or state bank In the bids, waive Informalities, In any bid Awards Assembly for grades 3-5 Carver. We made peanut butter for
Bid No. 0305-1 estimated construction cost of this protect amount specified: In the specification make the award In part or whole and to will be Friday, Feb. 16,In the Starke snack time on Thursday. One of our
INVITATION TO BID I Is In the range of SI30.000.00 i made payable the Bradford County make the award In the best Interest of Elementary cafeteria. 3rd grade, February authors Is Laura Ingalls
Sled bids will be received by the 15000000. School Board mutt accompany each bid the Bradford County School Board. 8:15-9 a.m.; 5th grade, 9-9:45 a.m.; Wilder. We are reading Little HouseIn
Bradford County School Board 582 North PRE-BID CONFERENCE: There will be a a* guarantee that the Bidder will not Award shall be bated on the lowest 4th grade 9:45-10:20 arm the Big Woods. ;
T.mpl. Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091 pra-bld conference on Monday, withdraw from' the competition after base bid proposal combined with alternative -
until: .February 36. 1990 at 2 p.m. at Breaker, 'opening the bid, and In the event the *.
LOCAL TIME: 6 p.m. DAY OF WEEK: Elementary School.,Although participation contract I*awarded to the Bidder he will The School Boardof
Monday DATE: March 5.. 1990 and Immediately I I. not mandatory prospective bidder within ten ((10)) days after receiving Bradford County, IW' '
thereafter publicly opened, and principal contractor are some, execute the contract and furnish Bradford County Florida -
read aloud and recorded In the Conference strongly urged to attend. the required bond, failing which the By: Jim Duncan, Superintendent
Room' of the School Board The Construction Document may be security shall become the property of 21S2tchg222Cont.No.3T9All : :: ":',
Building-, for the following- : examined but not obtained at: the Owner a* liquidated damages. "

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selections at Santa Fe Com-
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I Lady Tornadoes Battle It Out in 5-3A District TournamentThe I'



Lady Tornado five is in the lost by 19 points 62-33. Jan.18 In the and ball in .
hooting handling the
midst of the Dlst5-3A Basketball with sprained ankle. The Lady T's then went on a 27-3 hooting.Annette added reboundsdand "
Tournament this week. Bradford gym when the Tornado "With these two back the Ladies run and put the game away. Using 5 assist first half,Coach Slater noted. "What
The second seeded Bradford girls, girls were either tired or sick. again become a strong team with their full court press, the Lady Tornadoes Kendra Bui tier had an outstan Dana does for this team doe not
defending Dist.S-3A champions O.Vanguard, 11-1 In Dist.5-3A depth and, therefore a real contender forced turnover after turnover ding overall game as she had to play' how up In the scorebook and schools ..
play, 1 U the top seed. The only OV and converted them into rarely'recn t point guards.' ,
Buchholz High of Gainesville to reclaim the Dist 5-3A title post for the first Itme In along while. pure
Clayed Tornado loss was to BHS. BUS and O.Forest And beyond," Coach Slater says. baskets. With the absence of Rhonda Bright That u a shame for Dana i* a very
gym Wednesday each.31D Dist 5-3A.are tied for se- and Latara Jackson unselfish player who takes pride in j
Butler has had
night, Feb. 14. The results were not cond place. Bradford won the second Aurilla William controlled the to go down and play,where the tree seeing others and the team win," ..
available at but the
press time seed position In a flip of a coin, boards in the second half pulling live. She has done an excellent Job say* Slater. ,
Bradford five bas beaten Buchholz
Coach John Slater said. down 20 rebounds 12 in the second. aid Coach Slater. AgainstBuchholz Regina Padgett up from the now 'I'
74-40 and 83-24 this BIIS 74 Buchholz
season. 40 half. Aurilla also put in 18 of hercareer 7-7 JVTfUledTn for position,
Butler collected 6 rebounds every
Buchholz The semifinals in Gainesville will be played tonight at To go to Buchholz High take The Lady Tornadoes ended their high 20 points In the second had 4 assists and scored ir,. did a good Job and didn t cost the

(Thursday High, Feb. 15). If they win Waldo Road into Gainesville High 74-40 regular Dist.5-3A season play at 10-4 with a half as well as blocking 8 shot and points and played her aggressive full team. .
and turn right on 16th Ave. and stay win over Buchhols stealing S errant passe court defense,said Coach Slater.
the Tor-
Wednesday night Lady High on the Bradford floor last Friday MonSa William added 18 of her .
on it. Buchholz is about five miles
nadoes will play Ocala Forest at 6:30: night, Feb. 9. In the second half to .. ;
west across 13th Street or US-441. 26 points go with -. ..'. 1( |? M T4
pm. in the semifinals. The Lady Looking: sluggish out of sync, the 9 rebounds 7 assists and a strong __.... || .,
Tornadoes beat Forest 68-53 here Dana Norman had her beat game . ,.Irlw, n.U
Lady T's were down 22-19 at the half. defensive iHill W kl Wli.it ,1, t-t*.
Jan. 15 and lost 82-72 Jan.26 in Ocala. Coach Slater was glad to see Rhon- Buchholz came out and scored the game.Annette ever a* the offensive quarterback, .4au. ...,/..|,PtoHl I"' .'.,...'../'-1..H.......
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The finals are set at 7:30 p.m. da Bright back from her bout with first second half basket for five called pvuit giuuu ui basketball. 4.44 ly/ l-. /toe.TMlta IW/444. < .
Saturday. BHS will probably play the flu. He hoped Latara Jackson points 24-19 advantage.That was to Simmons put in 11 of her Norman dished out a career and /.s---11-4.4/5.14..1.,4< IMtMf ..... ., ,
top seed Ocala Vanguard. BHS beat will be released soon enough to play be the last cheer the Lady Bobcats 14 points In half as she opened up the team record 12 assists She would 4..1. t-tn-n. 5..11. .M/I.H. TM.IU,
Vanguard 61-59 Dec.S In Ocala but Wednesday night. Jackson is out would have. Buchholz defense with her outside have had more if not for tome poor: M-7/0-M.



BUS Baseball Action BHS Cagers Face District Leader. Vanguard Friday I

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Set Here Tornado cagere 17-7 on the season team will be home.The 5 6 and 7th foot jumper to put BHS up 75-73 In 10 foot Jumper to put BUS up 78-75. ,
Friday 4 p.m.Bradford and 5-5 In Dist.MA face district place teams will traveS, which the second OT. 6Vs Bloom tied it at OV* Bloom missed on a long shot
leader Ocala Vanguard on the road means BUS probably will have toplay 75 with a driving layup. with 18 seconds left but was fouled'
next Friday night, Feb.16, in the the first round on the road. Carter fouled on a layup drive and hit both free throws to draw OV
High baseball action Alday, Deron Enice Jeff'Carver, final regular season game. The semifinals and final will beet made the second of two free throwsto 'within oneBUS! managed to
opens an 18 game schedule here at 4 and Shawn Nichols. Vanguard bowed 82-79 to BUS in the SFCC gym Feb.23-24.To put BUS up 76-75 with 1:43 remaining keep the basketball alive the rest of
p.m. hosts .16, when the Tornado Coach Mike Guiterrez said double overtime on the Bradford toat SFCC gym go west on 16th in the 2nd OT. Guard Reggie the way and made its free throws
nine North Marion High. Wednesday he hadn't decided who floor Feb.3. Sheffield drove into the key and hit a for the 8J-79 finish.
Next Wednesday,Feb. 21,the BHS will start the opening game. The Dist.5-3A tournament is set Ave.At Vanguard next Friday, BHS
nine goes to Gainesville High for a 4 Sophomore pitchers Emory Feb.22-24 in the Santa Fe Community will face a lg test.The Knights have
p.m. game. Friday Feb. 23, BHS Prevatt and Chris Snow, listed on College gym in Gainesville. Idea lost two straight games. ( .
goes to Santa Fe High for a 7 p.m. both the varsity and JV rosters will is to have the tournament on a OV was ahead of BHS 20 points un- Softball Teams ]Forming Now I
game. begin and end the season with the neutral site. til the fourth period when guard
The varsity baseball team 16-10 in vanity says Coach Guiterrez, and With a good many district: games Donnie Francis came off the bench
1989, returns six lettermen: pitcherBo move down to the JV for that season. remaining in the coming week. Feb.3 and lit a fire under the Ton Organizational meeting* for the uTh second
Hersey, 12; infielder Donnie The JV team opens an 11-game Ocala Vanguard led after Tuesday nado five with his hustle. 1990 men' and women'11) Softball meeting,set March 27,
Francis 12; infielder Devin 1990 season Feb.27 at 4 p m.at home night play with an 8-3 record. With a 17 point run, BHS won the league are set for Feb.20 and Will be the final date a team is allowed -
Jackson, 12; pitcher infielder Kelly against West Nassau High. Buchholz 7-4 in second place. fourth period 27-10 to tie OV 66-66 at the Starke RecreationDepartment to enter the league.. League fees
Dyal 12; catcher outfielder Travis On the 1990 JV baseball roster are Gainesville High and Eastside High the end of regulation play. sponsoring organza, due dates etc will finalized,anaany.
Long, 12, and catcher James pitcher-infielders Vinnle Blye.grade! are tied for third at 5-5 Bradford Both BHS and OV missed game tion. new information from the
McNeal, 12. 9; Chris Snow, 10, and )Emory fourth at 5-5, and North Marion is what would have been game winning -American Softball Association
Other players are pitcher-Infielder Prevatt 10; infielders Shannon 0-10 in district play. shots in the first overtime which Cards roster forms league rule should be available.
Terry Berry infielder Wayne Brown 9: Jason Lee, 9J.and Jeromy Every other district team played ended 7373. and league fees and possible starting1"' ''AnYone who cannot attend fs re-
Patrick pitcher-Infielder Chris Crawford 10 cather Reggie Byrd, North Marion twice Bradford only Tornado Pedro Carter who scored dates will be topic: of the Feb. 20 quested by Recreation Director
Snow, pifcher-infielder Emory 9, and outfielders Tory Kitties 9; once. U of the 17 BUS overtime points, meeting. 7 p.m. for Women'. Cheryl Godwin to send a representative
Prevatt pitcher-outfielder Reggie Shawn Rowell,10: Joey Williams 9; The first round of the district tournament took charge. He tied the first OT League 7:30: p.m.for Men'League or call the Reo Dept.,964-6792,
Sheffield pitcher-infielder Andy Sean Jones 10; Kenneth Goetzman will be played at host with two driving layups. Carter and In the Starke Recreation and announce an Interest in being in
Goodowns. and outfielders Ashley 10, and Kwambea Strong, 10. schools Feb.22.The 2.3 and, 4th place drove in, pulled up and bit a three. Department, across from the high the Softball program.
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Bradford High is set for 3:30: p.m.
Friday Feb. 16, when Union High ,
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Welch, 11; 5) Shannon Hicks, 11; 6) .
Michael McKinney 10. .
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junior Misty Harrison.The girls are 9 '
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11; 2) Sophie Fanton 10; 3) Amy
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4l ent.y" 1985. part they enjoy the experience. Connaughton said she WHO net voiis time.
all three had the opportunity "I've! really enjoyed being with the at first about starting wild yunnucr "It's expensive. ," Conti said. different opinions,"Conl I said. "You than I can ask," Connaughton said.
to go to college after high young people in class," Bruce said, people but added the feeling didn't "Financially, .it's not and I begin to see things In a different "I was really pleased when" llic.i
school, each of them quit for one But she went on to say she fell she have to work if I want easy light, and it keeps you alive." opened the campus here, Conti:
reason or another. had to work a little harder than some last."I came to find there were pcuplc- school." to go to Going back to college, Con said. "It's like five minutes away."
"I just wasn't into it,"said Bruce, of the younger students because she there a lot older than me," she said. All three said by going back to col- naughton said, Is something she can All three agree that learning is
I who Is in her late 408. "I do regret had been out of the habit of learning "It Just wasn't a big issue." lege, they have discovered do for herself something that should be continued
not having finished then." and studying for so long."I Going to college part time as the something for themselves that "When I'm there, if* completely throughout life and encourage
College was not a top priority for have to look at things a lot three have been has proven to have really enjoy doing. they my time" Connaughton said. 'It's others, regardless of age, to take' a
her then Bruce said. longer now than had to when I was, more than Just time advantages.Bruce "I like just being In the school relaxing, believe it or not." class at the Andrews Center,even If
Contl. like Bruce wasn't "into it" younger and I require much more and Contl said the financial vironment and being with the en- The SFCC Andrews Center playeda it's just for fun.
at that time in her life either, and, quiet time to study," Bruce said. advantages are important, too. people," Bruce said. "It young key part in each of the three a deci- Conti, who is graduating from
also like Bruce, she quit college to Conti iiduhe, found it disturbingwhen Bruce, who has put a daughter you young, and' I've had helps fun keep sion to go back to college, they said. SFCC this May said she would
marry, work full time and raise a younger students did not take years of college while i It." doing The convenience of a campus as always find a class( to take, even
family. a class as seriously as she did. attending the Andrews Center part Conti said close to home as the Andrews Center after she had graduated with her
"School: to me was a luxury,"Con "What bothered me the most is time, said she could better afford and being that going with back to college was something \they just could not four-year degree.
ti, now 41, said. "I didn't know what when the kids In the class look it as a college by attending part time. students younger pass up."Knowing. "They say we only use 10 percent
I wanted to do, and had I gone into Joke," Conti said. "My focus was Conti said the only way she could can give life. someone a new I can get my two-year of our brain capacity," she said. "I
college when I was 18 I probably totally different. I wanted to learn." ,have gone back toschool, was part perspective"To go back on to college,it awakens degree here right down the street, intend" to expand mine as" far as I
would have gone Into a field didn t .- '- -- two, miles from my home Is more. can. ,
want." -- .' :L"'.:
Connaughton,34,who turned downan :
academic scholarship at
:
Broward Community College when help 1t..Hthem
she graduated high school to get WinnDixieTM *
with married Conti.and work full time, agreed NO ;

"Now I look back and say I should Say
have gone to school," Connaughton
said. "But at another angle, I [FREE VIDEO RENTAL
wouldn't have known what I wanted

to Now do."all three are striving for an The "Right Choice"A

A.A. degree at the SFCC Andrews Winn-Dixie in
video produced by
Center and eventually hope to get a --
four-year degree in education. Eachof conjunction with the F.B.I. to help
them said their work in the educational PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN.DIXIE LOCATION: kids from 8 -13 is available at all .
area helped them make the STARKEDW
decision to go back to college. .. T MADISON wriuir Winn-Dixie stores: VHS format.WinnDbtie's .,
Bruce works as an in-school
suspension supervisor and teacher's t '. /1
aide, while Connaughton substitute ,
teaches. Conti is a family education n.1.r11tlaisrr'f.f.. '

specialist.Going to college' ,working full time r : : : GREAT FOOD

and raising a family, the three said, : ,
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is not easy. .,, .r :4
"If your family's not supportive,
you can't do It." Bruce said. /
Conti agreed with Bruce and said u& EVERYDAY LOW PRICES
tome within adjustment the family. must take place

"It's really difficult to juggle job, '
school and family," Conti said. t '
"Sometimes something has to give 4: Recipe For Value.
If I didn't have a willing husband I I
can imagine it would be very dif-
fi'-alt." ..l : As a food expert, I know low prices, and friendly
Connaughton said an understan
ding family can make things a lot a good recipe when I see service from folks who
earner.
"There have been times when I've .: I one. And WINN-DIXIE know the grocery

had bother to close me'she the doors said.and"My say husband'Don't i t/11lFQQ: [ P. "RY; \ all the necessary Ingre business. So come on in
"
Is All vrry three helpful.have tried to take at least r ,. kq dlents to bring you the and take a look. You'll see

one class each semester since they -! -.. .
started, but sometimes, they said, a .. best value. That means the difference when you

break For is Connaughton necessary., that necessary _; A- :; ; quality products at everyday shop WINN-DIXIE.

break came this semester when her
husband began making important
business decisions he needed her for.
After registering for nine hours of
classes this semester, she'dropped
out after a few weeks.
"For me to go to school and be a
mother and do everything I need to --Ca
do, it was a lot of pressure for me,"
she said. "The day just wasn't long
enough..My family is still at the top i +.
of,tray rlisfr,i jft,.prfo.ities.\Q 4f4. .+ K+. : i
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back.everything's" decided/1 plan to go \I ...... 5.i f

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first of several young adult
programs presented by the Bradford
County Public Library will shift into
high gear as we present How to Buy
Your First Car, according to Direc-
tor Sue Crum. ;:
This fast-paced program U DELI ___ i'
scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 26 at the EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
Bradford County Public Library and LOW PRICE _UOVV PRICE
will feature several local I
businessmen and women who will be IIIII
prepared to answer and all of !
any IiL
your first car questions. : TUwrmaT e u .: I II
For more information on any of
the Wanted: Young Adults at the -I I
Library programs, wheel on in or IF

call FlIP 964-8400.Troopers HOME PEPS I i I I

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Vehicle Inspections PACK
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Bradford Florida CountyThe Highway Patrol will :' I I I!!

be conducting driver license and ,----Sg99
vehicle inspection checkpoints durIng -
the week of Feb.19 through Feb. tLICN
22 on SR-21 SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, !
SR-18 CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
CR-225, CR.I25.CR229.! CR-231 .- size oto FASHIONED i
CR-227t CR-221.CR-230; and CR'100A CHERRY
in Bradford County. '
Recognizing the danger presented Ii. PIE REGULAR or
T THRIFTY MAID
to the public by defective vehicle NATURAL LIGHTBUSCH WHITE or PRINTNORTHERN MUSHROOM or MEAT
equipment, Troopers will concen- ;
trate their efforts on vehicles being SPAGHETTI
operated with defects such as bad .. B BEER BATH TISSUE SAUCE
brakes worn tires and defective :'*

lighting eq ulpment..In addition, attention ..... ... : .
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will be directed to drivers -- -... < $118 II $116
who would violate the driver license HERRLICH VIRGINIA 12-PK. _. ROLL $125
laws of Florida. BAKED or 12-oz. PKCL 32.0=.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints CANS JAR
to be an effective means of en- IIBEt IaIE _
forcing the equipment and driver NMI
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SMOOTH LUCKY LEAP
license the protection laws of Florida of all while motorists insuring DEEP SOUTH 928 CHERRY PIEFILLING GRAHAM CRACKER $121
99c
Union CountyThe $H2IM"g PEANUT BUTTER A or .'U .' wl PIE CRUST u U

Florida Highway Patrol will HALF WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES.
be conducting driver license and L8. ALL VARIETIES FRENCH VMMJJL tnUWWRRV
vehicle inspection checkpoints during RO\M.*
the week of Feb.IS through Feb. 1 EACH THKM4*. IEO9.! MIC W..np R. c. .,-0"< ,' CO ABVIL 1 -- SUPflEiawULTRA

22 SR-238 on SR-100, CR-18.,SR-I2ILSR-2Sl,1I\.Ul.CR-2S7, CR-J29, SOUTHERN Q6, 3.. COLA.'l' oAd i.:. CAPLETS ULT F SLIM FAST

,CR-1M, CR-231A, CR-Z4A and CR- CHICKEN . ,,,
798A in Union County.
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I Lost Something? Putnam Hall Man Dies in Accident I

; Check the Classifieds
A 43-year-old Putnam Hall man eastbound behind a 1983 Itasca travelling at approximately 40-45 day the doctors called his Injury a
, died as a result of injuries from a motorhome. Mayes passed the mph. broken back and he is recuperating
., head-on collision in Lake Geneva motorhome on the right shoulder, Driver of the pickup, James A. at home.
.1 late Thursday night. driving at approximately 65 mph.He Hammett, II 17.of Melrose remainsin Driver.of.the motorhome. Marshall -
Willie Lee Mayes was dead at the apparently lost control as he serious condition, In University Maddox, Jr. 54 and his wife
BUY HERB PAY HERE scene on SR-loo Feb. 8,according to reentered the traffic lane and cross Medical Center where he was taken Mary Mattox of Macon, GA were
i WE Homicide Investigation David Du- ed the centerline striking a west- by TRAUMA I. A passenger in the taken by Clay Rescue to Bradford
FINANCE Pont. Mayes, who was employed by bound 1978 GMC truck in the left GMC, Ron Winterberg 19, of Hospital with minor Injuries, said
Starke Veterinary Clinic for several front The Nissan was then struck by Keystone Heights received a lower Trooper Grubbs.
: years, was a cook at the Trail the left front of the motorhome, according back injury. Winterberg was takento The motorhome received $3,000 In
E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALES Restaurant In Lawtey. to Trooper Grubbs. The Bradford then to Alacnua General damages the other vehicles were
t Mayes,driving a 1989 Nissan,was motorhome and the GMC were! Hospital. Wingerberg said Wednes- totalled.
Easy Deals with E-Z Wheels

j ((904) 964-7783 Obscenity Charges Dismissed Against Starke Locksmith I

", TOMMY BRAY 1320 N. Temple Avenue
Manager starke FL, 32091 All charges against a former, business and nearly lost his family publicity were dismissed last week Ronald Eugene Stinnett, 45, was
Starke locksmith who lost his as a result of his! arrest and the by the state arrested August 10 after police watched
, him photograph a woman he
II paid to model nude. Stinnett was
charged with wholesale productionof
obscene materials and violation of
,
a state statute that prohibits certain
. material which contains obscene
" and lewd acts. In this case it was

t photographs.However, Circuit. Judge James L.
Tomltnson ruled last month that the
: i' .: evidence was seized illegally
QUANTITY RIGHTS ;: .because police did not have a proper
RESERVEDPRICES search warrant.
MOCOPVMOHI
WWW O4MII tlOMt
-im Police said they felt they had to
GOOD W-D BRAND act immediately.After gaining Stin'

-. .._ nett's permission they confiscated a
: U.S. CHOICE BEEF camera and three photo albums fill-
FEB.
1521.1980THURS.WED.
ed with photographs of women and
PREMIUM men in various poses. The pictureswere
ROUND
GRADEI'OTTUM
hard core pornography very
,j 9-11 LB. close and very explicit,said a police

J h spokesperson.Since community. standards
HICKORY SWEET FRYER ROAST denote acceptable behavior, the
case was developed as obscene.Stin-


! SLICED BACON LEG QUARTERS -RUMP ROAST obscenity.One nett's photos official attorney depict. said mere maintained the nudity public not the did


benefit from the arrest since Stin-
::1:1I nett is no longer in business in
.I Starke. In fact he has relocated to
STORE another state and is back with his

: HOURS family.

4, a A.M.TIL Juvenile ChargedAs
An AdultIn

11 P.M. Shooting DeathA
a.a.
, 16-year-old Lawtey boy has been
w si charged as an adult in the Jan. 18
I shooting death of Kenneth Williams.
Earl Johnson was certified to
LB. LB.
LB. BOINELESS stand trial as an adult facing a
manslaughter charge following an
investigation into the shooting of the
Starke man. Johnson was arrested
, HICKORY HOUSE MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PAK W-D BRAND U.8. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS with two other juveniles

i SLICED BACON .PKa 6394' FRYER BREAST .. LB 5158 BOTTOM ROUND STEAK L* $297FRESH the shooting and charged following with
murder. They were placed in deten-
tion in Gainesville.
MARKET COUNTRY Williams died from a wound to the
SELECT LEAN PALMETTO FARMS STYLE, MILD or HOT ITALIANBOSTON left shoulder area. He and several
youth were in the area behind THE
:..---- BUTT PIMENTOCHEESE GROUNDSAUSA6E Apartments on East Brownlee

PORK ROAST .... .. Community State Street. A small handgun was
::1.-:
-II. II' recovered as well as a rifle. The
.,... L Rank. group had apparently been taking
t !" .
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p7'I': 4*! '. 'W: tt 77 1/ THESE t IWIC... ILA I';"o; turns According firing the to the guns.state' there is no
y .
PKGS. Checking Thmisrt CAfcts ic: "* evidence of murder;'Williams 'was '
LB. LB, Savings Account Credit Card Applications killed by the Johnson's negligence.At .
WD BRAND U S. CHOICE BEEFSEMLBONELESS Loan Applications Money Qnton) least three or four other individuals
Certificates of Deposit Night Depository* who were shooting the gun
W-D COOKED W-D CHOPPED
97
$' $389 $259 Money Market Accounts Notary Public will be charged with improper exhibition
STRIP STEAKS. u HAM ... . u. HAM . .., . u HOURS: of a deadly weapon in the In-
W.O SPECIAL TRIM MADISON BRANDTURKEY cident.
MON-weD. 9 4
SMOKED FRANKS or .8ge HICKORY SWEET THURS. 4:FRI. 9.:m.m-6: pm'WHOLE pm: : Johnson remains in custody of the
97e $199 county jail under$5,000 bond.
' HAMS . . La BOLOGNA ... La BONELESS HAMS u SATURDAY eimZprnHARVEST. BankW'
W.D MADISON BRAND Starke Man
REGULAR BOLOGN OQC CHICKEN BOLOGNAor 89 c MADISON BRAND149 Causes DisturbanceGets

or FRANKS . .. fcff FRANKS . .. u. CORN DOGS ; u I 1' ArrestedA

:.. 28-year-old Starke man was arrested -
-a- Saturday for creating a
disruption while police officers were
t k EVERYDAY. EVERYDAY EVERYDAY FRESHPRODUCE trying to quell a disturbance.
LOW PRICE ,,, yy PRICE LOW PRICE James Albert Byers was arrested
-- Y-a Feb. 10 for disorderly intoxicationand
'
resisting arrest without
mac. ,yam violence, according to Patrolman
Susan WUkerson. While responding
to a disturbance call on South
_--- i 'i ; e I I Nature makes the produce. Thompson St., Byers appeared and
ee WINN-DIXIE makes the difference., started yelling, creating a further
e a disturbance. He to leave,
l
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resisted being restrained, slipped
and hit his head, said Wilkerson.
WHITE or RED CHILEAN After a trip to Bradford Emergency
SEEDLESSGRAPES Room,Byers was transported to the
county jail.
He was released after a$775 surety
bond was posted.


!r. 790 FLORIDATWIN

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Starke 964-8451

_VIRYDAYiteW_PRICI EVERYDAYLOW! j[ EVERYDAY LOW PRICE HARVEST FRESH Closed Wed. &: Thurs.
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SWEET MILK or CONCENTRATE GREEN CABBAGE Starts Friday Fob.Uth
ADC or ELECTRIC PERC THRIFTY MAID ':., ... ,.
NORMIL61 $139| *c .A
ASTOR tra. Forced to chooseBLAZE
: BISCUITS rulU ORANGE JUICE 1&.1, ;:
COFFEE LOW FAT or REGULAR CHICKIN SALISBURY TURKEY MEATLOAF CHOPPED IJ
SUPERBRANDCOTTAGE $ 25 seep, SCANS.FRANKS w VIAL MHMKUANA .,,",
| BANQUET $ LB.
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$159 CHEESESUPERBRAND TUB 4 ts. goi67e
DINNERS . KU
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SAO'o! SPREAD., ,: ILL rus or9' STEAK FRIES. . '& Si RED DELICIOUS I Friday 7:00*BO8
MILD COLBY. MUENSTER, Sat. *Sun. 4i30,6:45. 8SO
LINGUINE,VERMICELLI! or MONTEREY JACK TURKlYloCHICKIN! or MACARONI CHEESE ?
If .Tue. 7:15

SPAGHETTI.LEONARDO. . 1f 64' STICK SUPERBRAND CHEESE. .'. t a.: $1 49, POT PlES..3 ;siu 99' W47 I -SCREEN on. 2mf4l-

WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE.
SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY SIt
/SO-eT FRESH MAYPORT .,
FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE,
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CONVENIENCE AND LOW PRICES reaffirmslife

fit I l-' WHITE SHRIMP FILLETS NAVEL $149

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\ DELICIOUS $ 9 9 9 .
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Winners... Racquet
Few FMora Bmtnea Lewlen America Mutton receive awards at the District Four Leadership Conference heW eza sx 1a sz ea 1 t Flooring
at the Jane Business College In Jacksonville Feb.X They are from left Valerie Krack.second place In Information YOUKCHOKS \ '> Rich oak Heritage
' preceMfas.Juan.-...third place to bwtna.*thj Ctoy Davis,tint place to office proeeoI_Not pictured fa axe e20s Interior Latex l l 4\ \ Square*flooring is
Julie Staring who placed fourth In badnew math.The four winner, put of a group of 14 FBLA members who Texture PaEnta 1 \ -Aniseed tore Install and
attended the conference,will now no on to state competition to bo held March 29 through Apdllla 01'1..10.I Round Edge Decking $044 tie simple Sold In 32 place
499 cartons#00443,
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Forestry ATTENTIONToro i keRnnER

Seminar Set ril
Owners &

Feb. 17by

Stan Shepard V.I.P. Members Polished Brass Or 33"x22"

Bradford County Forester Kit Stainless Steel Sink
How often, as a forest landowner, Self-rimming for easy installation
do you find that money to be Invested PICK IJP AND DELIVERY ON g9 Pre-drillad for faucet(extra)#26145
in forestry projects on your ANT TORO RIDER GOOD I
land is in limited supply?Fortunately FREE THRU FEBRUARY 28th AAntique N2511Q292Ir
such a condition should not pre- CALL FOR PICK-UP TODAY
vent you from undertaking: sound
forest management practices. A -
number of low cost options are at ANNUAL TUNE-UP -
hand. Some of the available alter SPECIAL24SL
natives may even turn a cost item In-
to a money making enterprise or at .'..
,least reduce your cost item into a $ .YYel.Iraclh. White
money making enterprise or at least 60" Kitchen Cabinet mode
reduce your cost over traditional IrF i I (
methods.To { \ -1c1Ye.R. Starter Set White saver
find out about the ins and outs .CMA Batlr*U*..rOil Sink base,2 base cabinets and 2 Commode Seat seat gallons Uses only of water 16
of stretching your limited financial 1rtfetab* R f d1 pvrtflDiire(Soaker1
resources in forestry,,you will want-. ....aII.IU&_ ?- 9th ar glsd ,; vrmtooiM'llllrirl7qiNtHni (
to attend this year's Florida-Georgia .ci A4Ju...(Air O..unt.rr rilMr ,lID 1're'Cy.ldlt no. ,dvTIIGMLIS
Forest Landowner Seminar on "Af. .1Abe n"&t>>
fordable Forestry". Topics will In- Check. All Nuts*BellaAajual ..._. Sale On AllMowers
clude Alternative Enterprises for ... .rak..*Bella. V1 11I/I'/'IDI BQISO. & [ ='
nlaa Tina*B ttaiyOraaaa
Forest Land, Marketing I
your All fUUafa Tractors&Riding Mowers Catchers
Timber for Top Dollar, Minimizingthe :
Tax Bite and more.
The seminar is scheduled for this 0
Saturday,Feb.17,at the Sheraton at t 00I
St. Johns Place, Jacksonville. -sRYA eu .Exh.
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Registration from 9 a.m. to m. Almond, Blue
12' Square Wall Light
The registration fee of $43 may be Ia..ti Hmntwmn Or White
paid at the door. Both current and Swag Lamp Ceiling With Switch
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School Volunteers: A Tradition of Bradford County Public Education

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1 School volunteers, a tradition In Moody, Sallye Scogglns, Tammy '"' ., //lJlt\t'e' : :.
our public' education system, have Thomason and Ruth Underwood. !r" many ways. Among these ways are fortunate to have such a dedicatedand
found their roles within the school Volunteers are an important and sponsoring school dances, assistingwith reliable volunteer.
expanded, and more schools can vital part of a successful school,and ,;.'- clubs and chaperoning field Bradford High...
I count business executives and Hampton Elementary Is proud of Its !. .- t ". trips and band trips. Volunteers at BHS serve in many
retirees l' Another
Important of the
among their volunteers aspect
a volunteers capacities. The
i'vy parent advisory
study has shown. BMS volunteer is the Part-
Lawtey Community.., .,; program council has been a very valuable
The t,7h ners in Business This
National Research group. year'smembers
: Council list of things volunteers do for : asset to our schoo family.They have
I study,released ItThe are: Bradford
Chiropractic -
Monday Feb,12,the Lawtey Community School studentsIs ;- -h I been Involved in making recommen-
first day of School Volunteer Week, endless. The school Halloween ,n.\, + Center,Durban Memorials, Alan dations that improve the total school
found that some 1.3 million people Hetzel of First National Bank of .
Carnival program.The
involves
were school parents business Bradford, Florida Theatre,
volunteers during the BHS Business
partners students, teachers and Mitchell's Partners have
1987-88 school Drugs,Norton's Telecommunications
d( countless
spent hours
lear. people of the community. planning the
"The role 0 volunteers Is Jamie Thrift of SW.IM. Fun Day.The
Lawtey Community has of partners are
absolutely Sawyer Gas Starke,Starke Lanes,
essential
to achieving our also working to
volunteers who implement Incentive
serve in the Write to
Inc. Starke Power
Sun-
goals in education, said Education Equipment, for
Read Lab, PTO functions School programs teacher and student
Robert
shine Industries,
Secretary Lauro Wary of
Cavazos
in releas motivation. The
t ing the study Advisory Committees, Spelling wIV TGY/McCrory, Vito's Pizza, Sears, thusiasm of these support volunteers and en-
is
'' bees Field days, work days Sonny's, and '
'Twenty to 30 years ago most Stumps. greatly all .
homeroom mothers, Boy Scout and SES would appreciated at BHS.If
school especially like to thank
volunteers were mothers of Girl Scout t you are interested in becoming avolunteet"
Programs, yNp Mrs. Doris
M Sandberg who works
school children, but this source has housed 5 in
been grams (all which are at with her husband,Jess Sandberg,in any Bradford County
reduced
as women have moved LCS). school, please contact Denise
his Industrial
arts class. Mrs. Sand-
Into paid employment," the study Adams at the Bradford
Lawtey Community especially also County
berg helps with the Annual
said
thanks James (Cobble) Wainwright Tnl..Tlt hmir SfPS'! A/nmtq. "f'self VTV School Board, 964-6800, or contact
business"Increasingly, people from the who is seen weekly on campus help L the school you wish to volunteer at.
community retired ing in the school cafeteria and who
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citizens and college students have was instrumental in the develop Filling a Need... ..
been
systems actively,and these recruited groups by now school con- concession ment of the stand.I school's. ball fields and Cecil Writing Turner to Read,a volunteer Lab.. at Brooker Elementary,help Cuey Cray la the ," "


Designated business leaders from Many parents and friends, have .h rf?
the prison, Tatum's Sawmill, Den- helped with field trips, Fall Fun
mark's Furniture, Terwlllegar's, Day, cooking activities, and general
Genesis Hair Design Jackson's classroom assistance. Volunteersalso
Building Supply, the Lawtey City Include Santa Fe Community ChiropracticCenter
Council, and Wayne Hardee's Tax- College and Bradford High School
idcnny" are part?! of the backbone of students, Bradford Library WV :
the school with their support of laborto volunteers, and volunteers from the
volunteer time from employeesi Sheriff's Department.Business OVER 700 INSURANCE
the use of equipment Partners for SES In- COMPANIES ACCEPTED nr. v"** Berry
support.. clude: Steve Reagan of
I The school would like to thank its Carver/Reagan Farms, Inc., Orian AUTO ACCIDENTS .WORK INJURIES
volunteers., Wells of Orlan Wells Chevrolet Olds HEADACHE LOW BACK PAIN
Geo Inc., Pat Welch Land Surveyorand NECK&ARM PAIN LEG PAIN/NUMBNESS
Southside Elementary... the Rev. Jerry Patton the the .MID-BACK/SHOULDER PAIN CONTROL
Volunteers serve South aide First Presbyterian Church.
throughout the year, during the day Business partners contribute both 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
and sometimes before or after funds and time to support various
school. All volunteer time is appreciated programs at SES. SES would like to
by the school because programs thank all of its volunteers
4. students currently available to Bradford Middle School... 864 N. Temple. Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
could not be provided
BMS volunteers provide support in .
without it.
Southside expressed appreciation -
-. a. to our volunteers for the
dedication and. support they have
I given.Starke. i<
I Elementary... i PRESIDENT'S *
This year Starke Elementary has
had more than 100 volunteers who r ; .U
Helping nano... have made valuable contributions to
I SOute EfemenUry volunteer Betty IlUdebrand, help Mr.Bagwell' 3rd grade school programs and activities. -
.daN..rate_..... mafmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmstltut < : '

a substantial portion of ALE

volunteers.In celebration" of School Volunteer HAMPTON Close to Elementary ; ON

Week Bradford County schools,are
honoring their volunteers all week, School. 5.27 Acres Mobile Homes .
Feb. 12-16. Here is what the schools
had to say about their volunteers: Permitted.
Brooker Elementary... $20,500.

Volunteers kelp in a variety of
ways at Brooker Elementary,
assisting In the classroom, building ,c.In \ : $ : ./t4Q21',9. \
bookshelves the
... working on year- ,
"bcok with the'annual '
assisting ,
,
W (Halloween Carnival helping,In the ;" : .. A 'U
.s.,.,1 Writing to Read Lab, and making
materials at home. Brooker 1 1 a 0 .
Elementary would not be the same -
without its volunteers. AIRWAY AIRWAY AIRWAY
A group of volunteers who are
DEPENDABLEMAYTAG
very special to Brooker Elementaryare I After breast surgery .. -
their Partners in Business. This --
HEAVY DUTY WASHERS
years members of Partners in
Business are: Enron Gas of :
Brooker Cley Electric, Jerome Y12i&zh2
Kelley Engineering of Gainesville
the Bradford County 4 H, and

Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of | A breast form for the by Airway
Gainesville. These business part-
ners help in many ways, from cook- woman you are. It's LIMITED
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Ing and preparing the carnival supper feminine, soft, natural..
to providing demonstrations in It's everything you ever
the classrooms .' + wanted in a breast form. r J .5' 1 10 YEA
On Friday, Feb. 16, Booker Its unique concave back
will honor their
Elementary and weight distribution is )
volunteers with a special lunch.... give total comfort all day. WASHER TRANSMISSION
Elementary.
Hampton
Portrait ...next to you
Hampton Elementary Is very fortunate nothing could be more WARRANTY'No.
to have so many wonderfuland natural REE
dedicated volunteers. Many of 1 in life fewer
: long ,
Involved In helping
its volunteers get so
the school they forget to long TBOE! repairs, lowest service costs

their. hours and often go unrecognized. Carol Strickland Large capacity

The school has several volunteers InHome Medical'sConsultant W.accept Medicare : Porcelain enamel topDEPENDABLE
with more than 50 hours of service to a assignment and print
recorded this liuiumn..
the school already ,
school year. These volunteers are I
Chaff Jim Gill, Donna .
Shilynn Purchase one Breast Prosthesis and one
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Michael McRae Arrives for DutyAir Instruction Included weapons qualifications, tactics,patrolllngland mine
Force Staff Sgt. Michael J. McRae has arrived for duty at Goodfellow warfare, field communications and combat operations. J. Health Department il
Air Force Base,Texas. LeNeave is the son of Johnnie M. and Myrtle LeNeave of LawteyHe Is a -
McRae Is a communications-computer systems supervisor with the 2001st 1989 graduate of Bradford High School, Starke. vaccine
Communications Squadron. He Is the son of James E. and Marian K.McRae There Is presently an epidemic of of pneumococcal :
Stark: Men 26 in Influenza In many parts of the 1. If you are 65 year or older.
of Starke and is a 1989 graduate of Bradford High School, Young Turning 1990. United States. 2. If you have chronic diseases of

Pvt. 1st CI. James Cox Completes BasicsPvt. Young men who will turn 26 in 1990 will be reaching an important The State Health Officer and the the lungs, heart, kidneys, liver,
milestone, according to the Selective Service System. Florida Department of Health and sickle cell anemia or diabetes.
1st Class James E. Cox,Jr.has completed basic training at Fort DIx, Beginning Jan. I, 1990, men who were required to register with Rehabilitative Services (HRS) are If you fall into these groups, you
Service in 1982 will be turning 26 and will no longer be eligible for induction making a special effort to increase should contact your doctor or the
N.J.During the training,students received instruction In drill and ceremonies, should a draft be reinstltuted Selective Service does not have the authority Immunization against influenza and HRS Bradford County Health
weapons,map reading,tactics, military courtesy, military Justice,first aid, to accept late registrations after a man reaches his 26th birthday.. pneumococcal pneumonia in high Department about receiving Im
and Army history and traditions.Cox Selective Service State Director Douglas R. Maddox warned that with few risk groups. munizations.
is the son of Mavis Griffis of Lawtey and is a 1989. graduate of Bradford. exceptions, a man who fails to register before turning 26 will permanently The following groups are includedin Pneumonia and Influenza repre-
High School. >I' forfeit his eligibility for certain benefits such as federal student aid, job those who should be targeted for sent Florida's sixth leading cause of
training, and most federal employment I in addition to facing possible prosecution annual influenza immunization: death.The vaccines are sale and ef
as a felon. 1. If you are 65 years or older. fective. The vaccines are availableat
Richard K. LeNeave Completes Training'Pvt. Maddox points out that men age 18 through 25 who have not yet registered 2. People with chronic diseases of the HRD Bradford County Health
Richard K. LeNeave has completed training at the U.S.Army Infan- can avoid the risk or prosecution and loss benefits by registering promptly the heart, lungs, or kidneys. Department at a cost of$5.00 for the
try School, Fort Benning, Ga. at l5njlJS5lil post office. Failure to register is a felony punishable by a fine of, 3. People with diabetes,sickle cell Influenza and $5.00 for the
During the course, students received training which qualified them as up $ ,million to five years in prison or both. anemia, and immune problems. pneumonococcal shot. Please call
light-weapons Infantrymen and as indirect-fire crewmen In a rifle or mortar Over 14 men, age 18 through 25, are currently registered with The following groups are includedin the Health Department at 964-7732 if
squad. Selective Service. Of those, 622,450 are from Florida. those who should receive one dose you have any questions.

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Obituaries


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I'I'I \ Mrs. Nina Dell Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home of Jeannle\' Lariscey of Waldo and Billy Leon S. ParrishMr.

Morgan Roberts Gainesville Tedder Tedder, Wayne of St.Tedder Augustine.and A Rodney sister, Leon Sulvanls Parrish, 76, of Browsing? Check. our Classifieds I ISaik
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!, Mrs. Nina Dell Morgan Roberta, Henry Clay Wilson Grace Prescott, of St. Augustine; 38 Lake Butler, died Sunday: morning
I,;, 73, of Lake Butler in North Florida
died Tuesday grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren Regional Hospital
Feb. 6 at Henry Clay Wilson,, of Waldo died following extended
the Lake Butler Hospital and his former wife and an Illness. A life
,' and Hand Surgery Center following Thursday, Feb. 8.1980, at his home;; the mother; of 10 of his children, long resident of Union County, Mr.
a brief Illness. Born In Butler, Born a long Illness. He was 68. Janie Wilson of Hampton Lake. Parrish was retired from the Aluminum &
Alabama, Mrs. Roberta moved to St. Augustine, where he Department of Transportation with
Florida In 1923 to Ft. Meade and also lived most of his life,Mr. Wilson lived the State of Florida. He was also a Construction
lived In Bartow before moving to In Gainesville for many years member of the Mt. Zion Primitive Inc.
Lake Butler in 1941 where she has before moving to Waldo. 8 months Lonnie T. ShaddMr. r.'. .

since resided. She was the widow of ago.Mr. Lonnie Thomas Shadd, 81, of Survivors include his wife, Ida "I ..'
the late Howard Roberts. She was a Wilson was a retired general Raiford died Feb. Trowell Parrish of Lake Butler; one
Sunday morning,
homemaker contractor and master plumber; he Lake
and
a member of the daughter, Nethra P. Phillips of
11, in Fraser Memorial Hospital
First Christian Church of Lake served in the Army during WWII, Butler; one brother,G.W.Parrish of
Butler. and was a Mason and a Shriner In St. Macclenny following a brief illness. Providence; three sisters, Virgie ,nisi es:
Born In Lake Mr. Shadd lived
Survivors prelude two Augustine. He was a member of the City, bF
/ daughters Brogdon, Bernice Suggs and Joyce
most of his life in Union He
Linda R. Cannon of Branford and Gainesville Revival Center which Is County. Redding all of Lake Butler; four
Joy R. Harrison of Lake Butler; one pastored by Ma only son, Rev. was retired from Union County grandchildren and three great
Schools bus driver and
Ronald D. Wilson. system as a
stepdaughter, Ramon Dobbs of grandchildren.
Raiford two Mr.Wilson considered his greatest was a member of New River New
; sons, William Jarrad Funeral services for Mr. Parrish
of Crystal River and Terry Roberts contribution to the world to be his Congregational Methodist Church. were held Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 2
of Queens, New York; one stepson, legacy of 12 children, all of whom Survivors Include one daughter p.m. in Archer Funeral Home
Roberts of Lake were present at the time of his pass Melody Ruth Shadd Kent of
Gary Butler
: one Chapel with Bro. Harry Brooker and
Shawboro "Serving Gainesville Since'1975"SCREEN
North Carolina
brother, Buster Morgan of Inverness ing. ; one son, Rev. Jacob Thomas officiating.
; one sister, WUma Coats of Survivors include his wife, Libby Grady Shadd of Mlddleburg one' Burial was In Elzey Chapel Ittttttfl PORCHES PATIO COVERS POOL
Boulder,Colorado; 10 grandchildrenand Wilson of Waldo; his son, Rev. brother, James Elvin of Cemetery In Union County under the ENCLOSURES CARPORTS GLASS & VINYL
five Ronald D. Wilson of Gainesville and Raiford; nine grandchildren and 16 WINDOWS
great grandchildren. direction of Archer Funeral Home of WOOD & CONCRETE DECKS
Funeral services were held Thurs- daughters Carol Wright of St. great grandchildren. Lake Butler. IHffi ROOFOVERS SWIMMING POOLS _
Augustine, Velma Roark of Lake Funeral services for Mr. Shadd
day Feb. 8 at 2 at the First
Christian Church r. p.m.of Lake Butler Alto Elaine Stewart of Klsslmmee, were held Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 3 tee Obituaries page 12B FREE ESTIMATES I
with Rev.Bill Delaney and Rev.Art Darlene Godwin of Hampton Lake, p.m. In New River New Congregational IUtifffH 375.1106 FOR QUALITY
Peterson officiating. Burial was in Tracy Abourezk of Ei Paso, Texas, Methodist Church with Rev. lflffl SAKE CALLSAK
Mt.Zion Cemetery Lake JoAnn Cox, Annette Hamilton, Jen- Johnny Yarbrough officiating.
under the direction near of Archer Butler ny Mann, Becki Crawford. all of Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery It I- 2800 M.W. 74th PL
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Hampton Lake, and Brenda Taylorand in Union County.with Archer Steve Mayer Manager state cord. CRCOIOI
Lori McRee of Waldo. Funeral Home of Lake Butler in

Vernle E. StruthMr. Mr. Wilson was .airs survived by charge of arrangements. .

Vernie E. Struth, 89, died O' 6t
Saturday, Feb. 10, in Des Moines,
Iowa. '
Born in Boone,, Iowa, Mr. Struth
served in the U.:!. Army 1918-1920;' .rQ'n
and was !married to Ruth Sparks for'
68 years, before her death Sept. 4, .

1989.Mr...Struth was a retired engineerand '
fireman from Anderson
Erickson Dairy In Des Moines; he +
was one of the first men to organizethe
Iowa Local 90 of the Teamstery >
Union in 1921.Sul'Vivors .
&o/C
include four daughters, .
21 grandchildren and 31 great grand-
children. He was the maternal '!:>
grandfather Diana G. Struth of

Starke..

Diane Chamberlin .

Tison Wertman

Mrs. Diane Chamberlin Tison
.
Wertman, 56, of Melrose, died Sun-
day, Feb. 4 : at Alachua General
Hospital. Born in Micanopy, Mrs.
Wertman was a home school f
specialist for the Putnam County
School Board; was a member of
Eliam Baptist Church. She receiveda
bachelors degree In early
childhood education from the
University of Florida; also receiveda
masters degree in early childhood u 9tliB'{ '
education from the. University .of
North Carolina.
Mrs.Wertman was a past member
and soloist of the UF Glee Club; past 4.r r .
t1 M secretary of American Legion Unit :4 c 1990 PLYMOUTH
202; past president of the American 199O PLYMOUTH 1.
Legion Unit 202 chairman of the ACCLAIM
SUNDANCE
department of Florida American -i with over 50 Standard Features and
With 47 Standard Features and _
Legion Unit 202; Lepetit Chapeau of _
8/40 Honor Society of the American' $ $1O CASH
Legion; Charter member of the 8/40 lOOBAGUARANTEED BACK!*
Honor Society; Pub. Chairman of CK!
the 8/40 Honor Society; past president GUARANTEED
,past vice president and charter ON IIIOHLIN& ON LI AND LX
member of AMVETS Post 86; ON 8UNOAKCK ON RS MODEL 01
O Optional V ti .I PowerAssistedBrakes
Americanism chairman for State of .12.2-Llter .I PowerAssistedSteering with Ultradrive
Florida of the AMVETS; Member Electronic Fuel- the Most R I Spacious
teachers honor society Phi Lambda Injected .I PowerAssistedBrakes 199O NEW YORKER {y' AdvancedTransmission Interior withAvailable
Theta; member Putnam Federation Overhead Cam Room
Teachers Union; past president of Engine .I Improved' FIFTH AVENUE in the World for 6
PTO;! served as organist for Eliam U I New 5-Speed Corrosion PowerAssistedSteering .I More Interior
Manual Protection Room than
Survivors Include her husband,
Transmission .I Front-Wheel 2.&Liter Honda Accord
Jerry Wertman of Melrose; three .I Available 3-Speed Drive
Electronic Fuelor Toyota
daughters, Carolyn Diane Hatcher;
Irma Jean Tison and Vicki Lynn Automatic Injected Engine Camry
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Transmission
', Tison Hammett, all of Melrose; two -i1T r I
sisters, Loraine Howell of Micanopy !
and Pearl Owens Dykes of

Micanopy; one stepson, Robert
Leonard "Bobby" Tison of

children.Gainesville and three grand .. tiiI

Funeral services were held Thurs
day, Feb. 8, at 4 p.m. at Eliam Baptist CA'SHBMCK'GUARANTEED
Church with Rev. Jimmy Coyle

and Rev. Jerry Milton officiating. 1990 CHRYSLER Smooth Responsive. New 3.3-Uter'V-6 1990 CHRYSLER
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if 'jf Lovingly,daughter Connie .' '. TERWILLEOARCHRTSLERPUfMOUTH .INC.
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Bradford County Traffic Criminal Court Finals .. ....

contest hunting deer with gun andlight restitution, costs waived.Colllnsworth .
DWLS fined $120.25. suspended, restitution has been Teresa Salsbery pled guilty issu-
The
flowing individual appeared ; worthless check restitution ; $50 court costs. pled no contest worthless
before Judge George H. Ronald Stephen Cobb pled no con- made. ing ; Shirley Ann Manning pled no con- check; provide proof of
test DWLS fined 12025. Sheila Fayo Griffis pled guilty Issuing made, costs suspended.
, Pierce Feb. 6 in Bradford County ; test possession marijuana; costs restitution.
Rhonda issuing worthless -
Traffic Criminal Court. Gregory Alan Coleman'pled no worthless check; restitution Seymour Denard Davis
contest DWLS; presented valid has Been made, costs suspended. check; restitution has been suspended.Ronald Newman pled no contest disorderly intoxication
Eugene ;
Jeanle Marie Burton pled guilty license, $52 court costs. Barbara Jo Harris charged with made Barbara costs Shaver suspended. guilty Issuing contest hunting deer with gun and sentenced to two days In jail.
leaving scene accident court Roosevelt Green pled guilty Issuing worthless check; restitution pled
; probation light $50 courfcosts. Eddie T. Jackson pled no contest
worthless restitution made. ;
60 days $52 court costs. DWLS: fined 120.25, Tri County has been made, costs waived. ; .Newman charged with possession criminal mischief; make restitution,
Walter Swindell pled guilty Issuing
Lucinda B. Crawford pled no con- supervision 60 days. The victim in the above worthless marijuana dismissed. fined $120.25.Jackson ,
Marion Lee contest check cases was Winn Dixie. worthless; restitution made. ; -
pled no
Tyrone
test driving while license suspended Robert Freeman; Starling pled no pled no contest disorderly
Linda Underwood pled contest
(DWLS); presented valid license. DWLS; presented valid license, $52 Lancin D. Hersey pled guilty illegal worthless check restitution no contest retail theft; make restitu- conduct; dismissed.
Stacey L. Tupa Tucker pled no court costs, dismissed. possession alcohol beverage; issuing ;
tion $50 court costs. Jennifer Newman pled no contest
made costs suspended. ,
Richard A. Williams pled 60 days Tri County supervision 250 ,
guilty
contest DWLS costs suspended.
; Kurt Michael Kubanet charged trespass in structure
,
should Maria Vanvalkenburg pled no COntest conveyance;
DUI fined $437.50. license suspended word on why minor not
Tucker charged with unlawful ; essay issuing worthless check restitution with Issuing worthless check; have Interview at BUGC foccunsel-
fined 'lotto attend defensive six months, 50 hours community have alcohol. ; '
speed; restitution has been made. Ing If Tri County-deems
has been made. nocessay,
.shoo.Robert work attend DUI school Tri Hines charged with issuing
County Ruby
driving! Roberta Collinsworth pled no contest six months probation Tri $52
Roy V. Weir pled no contest Issuing County,
0 Hanrahan charged with supervision when released from worthless check (Auto Insurance .
worthless check $50 court 'court costs.Newman.
worthless check restitution ; .
of Corrections'Williams ) restitution made $50 court ;
no valid driver's license [NVDL), Department Agency ; costs make restitution. pled no contest
made, costs suspended. trespass'where
charged with refusing to costs.
unlawful fined $108. .
speed;
and citation DWLS Daniel L. Kelly pled guilty issuing Weir pled no contest Issuing wor- notice given; dismissed.
O'Hanrahan charged with safety accept sign ; Collinsworth pled no contest wor- Roosevelt Martin contiest
thless check restitution has been pled no ,
worthless check make restitution ;
dismissed.Ike ,
belt violation; fined $22. ; made. thless check; provide proof of battery; fined $120.25.
Michael E. Crockett pled no con- Norman Bradford pled no con- $50 court costs.
test allowing unauthorized minor to test DWLS; fined$120.25,Tri County Faye Roxanne Martin pled no con- Weir pled no contest issuing wor-'
test issuing worthless check restitution thless check; restitution has been ?
;
drive; ordered" to pay $52 court supervision. termites:
costs. Walter Eldridge York pled no con- is made, costs suspended. made.
Mark Randall Davis pled no con- test DUI; 90 days in jail with credit Martin pled no contest issuing Faith Williams pled guilty issuing
test DWLS; fined $120.25. for 68 days, fined $1,225, license worthless check; restitution made. worthless check; restitution made. Swarmers look a lot like ants
Ada Louise Griffis pled guilty im- suspended, attend advanced DUI John Miller pled no contest issuing Williams pled guilty issuing worthless Nag:Y. : with wings. If you see

proper tag; $52 court costs, Tri school, Tri County supervision one worthless check; restitution. made, check; restitution made. swarming insects around
County supervision 30 days con- year, seek alcohol counseling, make dismissed. The victim of the above worthless your buildings call the
secutive. restitution. Pam Miller pled no contest issuing check cases was Winn Dixie.
Florida Pest Control
Griffis pled guilty expired York charged with DUI; dismiss- worthless check; restitution has Dennis R. Kitchens pled guilty -
more than four months; fine been made, costs suspended battery; $52 court costs. Professionals to Identify

$120.25, Tri county supervision. ed.York charged with DUI; dismiss- dismissed. Kitchens pled guilty battery;costa I ... them & give you an estimate ,
Griffis pled guilty failure to use ed.York Steve Mobley pled guilty Issuing suspended.Richard. for service &protection.
due care; $52 court costs. pled no contest DUI; fined worthless check; restitution made, Lee Kricher pled guilty
Griffis pled guilty no current in- $962.50, license suspended five dismissed. credit card theft; make restitution

surance card; $52 court costs. years,. Tri County supervision one Peggy Mobley pled guilty issuing $2,300, pay 120.25 fine Tri County ...,.!flORIDA
Richard Haywood pled guilty year, make restitution. worthless check; restitution made, supervision six months. FREE INSPECTIONSAND
DWLS; fined $120.25. York charged with DWLS. ; dismissed. Rodney Woodman Flanders pledno ESTIMATES (PEST
Charlene J. Ireland pled no con- dismissed. Barbara Rowe charged with issu- contest hunting deer with gun and '
test NVDL; Tri County Probation 60 ing worthless check; restitution light; $50 court costs. Call 964-5745 ONTROL

days, 500 work essay on laws In Sate Misdemeanor Court made, costs suspended. Ronald Marvin Homer pled no a CHEMICAL CD
of Florida and why should not drivel Albert L. Batten, Jr. pled no con- directed by Graduate Entomologists -since 1949
25 hours community work, attend test issuing worthless check (Handy
school every day, costs suspended. Way); make restitution Tri Proba-
Ireland pled no contest careless tion supervision 60 days, $52 court -
driving; dismissed. costs. REVIVAL
Jimmy Carroll Lee pled no contest Batten pled no contest issuing worthless
NVDL; continued 30 days to show check Handy Way); make
valid license and pay $52. restitution, costs waived.
Ronald Eugene Newman pled no Batten pled no contest Issuing worthless EXTENDED THROUGH FEB. 16 .
contest DWLS; presented valid check; make restitution,costa ENDER -.--

license, dismissed. waived. >eb 11th 14th ND I PRIVATE
through
Christi-Lynn Nipper pled no con- Christine D. Booth charged with
test improper tag; dismissed. issuing worthless check (Stump's); l ) E
James Cason Norman pled no contest dismissed. ,

DWLS; presented valid license, Robert Boswell pled no contest Issuing Sunday i1 a.m. IL 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Nightly ,
dismissed. worthless check (Winn Dixie);
Sharon Louise Norton pled guilty 'restitution made, $50 court costs.
driving under Influence (DUI; con- James Joseph Burchick pled no
tinued for disposition. contest retail theft; make restitution 7 5 t
Norton pled guilty improper tag $50 cout costs. :
and open container driver; dismiss\ Darlene Lindra Causey charged

ed.Bradford with resisting arrest without ,
William Smith pled no violence; dismissed. ,. I
contest expired tag; dismissed, Alice Oliver Clark pled guilty issuing A .-\'
presented valid tag. worthless check 4- '
(Winn Dixie); oyr ".
Timothy M. Smith pled guilty restitution has been made, costs
violation of driver's license restric- suspended.

tions; show proof of valid license Randy Scott Coblentz pled guilty
and pay $52 court costs or pay battery; costs waived.

12025. Coblentz pled guilty disorderly
Amy Smith Starling charged with conduct; costs waived. ;

expired tag; presented valid tag, Coblentz pled guilty battery; fined _

paid $55 court costs. k 120.25, Tri 'County supervision six .v, t; ,0, anaana sacs Mesig.... .., I. ,' '. ", e dJ ? -R
Robert Earl Terrell pled no contest ( ___ .A4.01 .. Ir
months, 50 hours community work. jf. S' "' ..1I1..eII "
officer ), \ w'.iT'; I.. .. ........ --J.: fot! ;
fleeing eluding S
or police ;; Cora Day pled guilty discharging'firearm ,,
dismissed. In public; 30 days court probation I
Terrell pled guilty expired tag; costs waived.Sandra BRADFORD BAPTISTCHURCH
fined 120.25, TriCoun.fr supervision W. Demps pled no contest
60 days. f issuing worthless check; restitution STARKE. Ftlo .
Terrell pled no contest reckless has been made, costs suspended. -I
driving; dismissed. Demps .M4 on 100 A(GriHto Loop)off tee 1 dM nJboad nck.liiilrllrjtlnt .
Terrell pled guilty DWLS; fined worthless check; 'restitutions :
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$120.25. been made, costs suspended. :
Ancil C. Tetstone pled guilty James Mitchell Griffis pled guilty .I.iny.fnlim Y.ra_..)./s1s
NVDL license.; continued to present valid Issuing worthless check; costs a I .

Robert Sherwood Vessey pled no
contest DUI; fined $437.50, license
suspended six months, 50 hours community -
work,attend DUI school,Tri

County supervision one year. NOTES OF INTEREST!

Ike NVDL Norman; fined Bradford 12025.pled Tri no county contest .. e i 6 I

supervision 60 days.
i tJ E jTbJ I"Ik'V W i if'in r JV
,
Darlene L. Causey pled no contest

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Beware "Gypsy"Homerepairers l smart sofa and lovasoat.


SAVE Sofa r ,,
UP TO

If you are considering some major 41 % I $599

home Improvements or repairs, it is Loosest I {
wise to get Information on bow to -
choose the best company or contractor $549

and to check out references prior .
to getting work done, the Consumer Post-it

Department of Agriculture and ........
Services warns. By failing to SAVE
1
do so, the department says, consumers Save hard
--- OP TO your
run the risk of falling prey to ==.- LJ earned bucks on
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a con artist. --- -- V60%

Selling services door-to-door has _____._b SAVE BIG ON THESE this colonial
its roots deep In America, but every 4- POPULAR HEADSTRIP' UxvAJxT bedroom, ,
homeowner should be especiallywary 1U14_
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II M IIaM STYLE PADS '
of "gypsy" homerepairers. $699.
.The department says it has heard of ar ____Ia Th... popular' pads have perforated sheep for
1o"6 .. neat eheel removal. Pada have a alurdychipboard D.Y..r
everything from phony exterminating .. rr.s .y 0.r.cit.,.,.. s.d
Ptast. it t>....tii ..-- backing for durability. The headetrip at
firms to those posing as1 s.s the top of the pad repreaente It* of the oven*
sewer Inspectors. .ii M length. SO ahmta/pad. '' .-.---. 4rw.a M-
The Florida Department of .rte Jr. ttfjtt Rule((5* x ) .* ttibCanary I

Agriculture and Consumer Services |Pt-C8SCP nritt I ..'II ..... ;

offers the following hints to Identify L oii Rule(aw x 113/.") ._

,the construction con artist: 3M Gantry] P -Cit1CP | 112 M I7M-.M.M ......
Usually solicits door-to-door and White APC t1WT> | 1250 7.. ... 5.5 For these savings j

has "Just finished a Job. down the. POST IT'S RULED NOTE PADS LtO v l Rule((8Vi'a 14Q .George would have ,

street" Th... ruled pads are leI.altor longer'notee and Canary |m-Cel4CIM $199* ".11 HJS 11.. I slept here tool!
Arrives in an unmarked car van m.ua ... Notet have ruled blue llnaa for greater WhHa I AP3.CWP9| M lit ... 7.. I I Super great value with
truck. legibility. 100 ahaeta par pad Individually
or wrapped. 4" a 9* .Iz.! extra deep Innerspring
Has post office box or local motelas lilt t pd nn M ,d
an address but no regular street V flow I MMMTH24 I 11M 11.41 $U1 mattress? JfcCQQ
or business address/phone. .

Promises use your borne as a"model" I .- .,. _
A
which makes you eligible 3M POST-IT'S NOTES HAVE "'
for a special cutrate price. Unfortunately -it'
the cut-rate lain the quall-. HUNDREDS OF USES FOR rc: CD .

ty LOt!! the price. HOME AND OFFICE .

!zVhen selecting a coatractor,1t to Qreat far remlndera and quick meaaagaa, tII... '
best to obtain several estimates now are available In a wide range of colon and
from licensed contractors. A state alia, Notea slick anywhere and remove sally
license Isperform required for a contractor peck.SIla without' leaving a m., 100 ahaata/pad, 12 pad.I ./ 1 '
Yew G1.lae
to most construction work. I lilt lid M M P d'r n

A ceritifled license Indicates a con .a' W..I55-* I I .71 I .17 I .10 I .47 a + .. $119.9v
tractor has passed a state examIJIa. S"a 3" AA1U4M1M7-' LOT .71 M M
.tta. conducted by the Department l'.5 4' YMowttllow 124 .11 .11 ..14 I Ws cannot tell a lie .
of Professional Rcu1ati D's Constraction u!" MItHuaut I.M in .M n 3M POSTITTRAYS Hera's a treat buy$
4" e" ...Iaw 213 1.61. 1.:" 1.14i I
Industry I..IcenaIDI Board. t
'This certification also allows sin Lilt r ic3 tii 111> Theee handy tray* hold.combination\ of.fo9H.
a con noa alxee to 3* 8".tray to weighted.Utt ,
x
1'.2" Y flow up I 4 _
tractor to work anywhere Florida. M3.56$ |M M H.T4 IIM till 1aa l..
A Ucaoeee may be registered by the 'SpacHy ootor: Bkw-BE; : OnMn-QN! j:
WMt4-WE. 14.71
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state, meaning the contractor has Onv-LOV.;Pink-*; YWow-YW 6
met fecal (requirements which may 'pacify saw: Bltrt-BK;PutlyY;

or may not require competency esam ,
Thto registration to only valid
fee fartodtcUonawhere the cootnctor -
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has met loci: ; rautrements and. ; : THE OFFICE SHOP ..M.-J I LJ LDSi L 5 a

local .
ragUtratioa.
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can call their local 'I' "
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to determine if a conIggwtoBoswedfortbtworktob- =''t:1 ;-
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: Wilson Named Designer of Year .
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.t 'I I Starke florist Bill Wilson has be:" are not told ahead of time what their
named the 1989 Designer of the Year Individual assignments will be.
: by the Northeast Florida Florist Wilson won the competition with his
i Association. This Is the fourth time wedding assignment.
Wilson has won first place In state Wilson now goes on to the state
competition' level to compete in the State
I AIt Wilson,who has been a florist for Designer of the Year competition in
17 years, has owned and operated Jacksonville.
Wilson's Florist in Starke for 12 Wilson said he finds both his work
years.The. and competition very rewarding."I .
competition for this
prestigious award is a year-long love the flower industry," he
event in which competitors compete said. "I think the biggest problem
monthly. At the end of the people do is they end up owning a
finalists are chosen and are requiredto business and never get out of their
create an original design in alimite" four walls.Competition is fun,a little -
a ...."u'..* "1 f t'ne. FI..II.I) < nerve racking, but fun."__


t Designer of the Year... -
This b the fourth time Wilma hat won Ont place In Ute_pet1t1OD.Ib DOW NOTICE :.
soon to state level eompeUUon to Jaduonvllle.LORIOA .

.Who_ \.-. .. ...
Dawn Scott a 19S graduate ol ..adlordllip School,will graduate from the STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE
h-year Doctor.!Pharaacy program\ at the VnlvcnUy of Florida May of EST
1991.


Scott Named to Who's: WhoDawn I ONTftOL4CMMICUU t 50 TO '75% OFF


ALL STOCK
Scott daughter of Olivia faculty members of their colleges.
and Jimmie Scott nf Lawtey,. has Miss Scott Is a member of the SHRUSS GYpRE H
been named to Who's Who in Academy of Students of Pharmacyand 1.ANDSCApE. ONE WEEK ONLY!
American Universities and Colleges. serves as treasurer of the Rho M
Miss Scott, a 1985 Bradford HighSchool PI Phi International Phar- .8oood ule a0
graduate is majoring in maceutical Fraternity.She has been
pharmacy at the University of attending the University of Florida .Budordl 9g / SAYE NOW
Florida College of Pharmacy. since 1985 when she received both Juniptnorel
Established in 1934,Who's Who In the Presidential Honors Scholarshipand
American Universities and Colleges a scholarship to the Universityof 1 g tOn pots f2 Epr
honors outstanding upperclassmenand Florida College of Pharmacy.This BATTING GLOVES CLEATS
'graduate students in 1,400 semester Is Miss Scott's last $199 1
schools nationally. All students' semester in classes. She will Intern ,lust SPORT ACCESSORIES
selected receive a commemorative this summer at a home healthcare
certificate and have a biographical agency In Jacksonville. In the fall .. CAPS JACKETS
statement recorded In a reference she begins clerkship rotations in It:
volume used by libraries,businessesand Gainesville and Jacksonville area -_
government agencies. hospitals.Miss ROTO-HOE SWEATS SOCKS GOLF &
Students are nominated based on Scott will graduate from the
leadership qualities, service to the six-year Doctor of Pharmacy program BLOOMING' ANNUALS OMVER EQUIPNIEN' T-SHIRTS SHORTS
University of Florida, participationIn in May of 1991. She plans to Pansies
GATOR & 'NOLE WEAR AND
student activities and academic work in the Jacksonville or Orange Snapdragons CLEARANCE
honors. Students are nominated by Park area upon graduation. .Petunias MORE!
and morel ROTo-HOE ROTO-HOE

I Strawberry'Pageant Deadline Set 4"'POTS 69"""i Modal tt300 H Modal.:ti9149Sp '

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The 28th Annual Bradford County Mitchell's.Drugs or the Bradford Engine _En9JneR.go
Strawberry Pageant is set for April High School now. Deadline for en- '11911"" "
I 7, 1990 in the Bradford High School tries Is March 10. The pageant is R A ....639's
auditorium. Ladles ages 16-21 pick sponsored by the Junior Womens o ....$59995 301 PLAZA
up your applications and rules from Club of Starke.. ACROSS FROM SAWYER APPL.


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CEMETERY MAINTENANCE 71i &2itLt1 .S-ve.? ...

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need to ;r'v.'<'ff $ tochang the g..e.ee< .
water, you .paY/"' :>ll> the transfer/ eat /., R
service your ortb'';. "W5fl95't s*and front end one>;*> 'I CUT A RUG?
transfer cases \/f ->. :4x4'i.. :jMf:"f1O TO

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1)) We Change Your Oil ((5 Qts.) : VINYL i

2)) We Install A New Oil Filter 95

10 MINUTE .p 3)) We Lubricate the Entire Chassis t $10 sq.yd.. $699ARTIFICAL _

.OIL.CHANGE! OLJ 4)) We Check and Fill Radiator Coolant yd
5)) We Check and Fill Transmission Fluid .

.Edt. D 6)) We Check and Fill Brake Fluid TURF
PENN 'IL D] 7)) We Check; and Fill Power Steering Fluid

...., D 8)) We Check and Fill Differential Fluid $

D] 9)) We Check and Fill Battery sq.yd..
D 10)) We Check and Fill Window Washer Fluid
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D: : 14)) We Vacuum the Interior f

93 D 15)) We Check Your Air Filter =131 'N'i:Chetry ,

$20 D '16)) We Check Your Breather Element ((904) '964-7423 : I

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The Doors... Cheapest Prices 101 Commercial Circle-Across
StudenU at the Bradford Union Vocational Technical Crater decorated the from Keystone Post Office 752-0250 1-800-866-0250
In Town
door of their claueo/shop. for competition this week u a part of National 473-0274
Vocational Education Week.The doon were Judged by Ray Na lt.ky,John
Miller and Theresa Holiday.Pictured here b the tint place winner,the xxxlt -
Wettcott HorUcuhure door.The winning clan was treated to breakfatt.

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Wedding format

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+ Types 4739625All of Installation .............. a. .. ?oMkntl nn ;
YSrr -- Sales, Service'fo hwtb.3:3 rU a.WIlJR ....". ;...lInli.r::
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All Types of Aluminum Work... I
4 Screened Rooms, Carports, Mobile

Home Roof-overs, Etc. IL
GETTING
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REPAIRS AUSTIN, FENCE CO. : .JUST $620/I '1,1, ):


Second Place... 112 MILE WEST OF HIGHWAY MILLER'S 100 SHOPPING CENTER- I' MONTH. 1 : :!

The eoraetology cow won second place In the door contort with th18111'1p1aJ ALL TYPES IN ANY AREA '
crat1on.Food. I
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FEATURING THE FENCE EXPERTS I hx very small""e. Juit$6 90 pw month I I .
PAUL AUSTIN GEORGE MANNING : for 3: months plus"Jnuollonw* CoHCulllgon I'
OWNER today obour mis limited" d".rrtoI oflet itI I
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GLENDA'S SHEAR DESIGN STARKE SHOE REPAIR ''Ii .I ;,
Call Starke ----- '
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Pantry 1'1'
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Serves a NeedThe \ SPECI Boot Sales & Expert. I I
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Repair Work )
Food created and L = =__ ___ _ _
Pantry .
governed by Bradford Ministries, --- ________________m ___
Inc., has distributed food to 2,301 PERMS $2500Joyce
hungry people in Bradford County Reg.$43.00
since its beginning a year ago. -
Created to serve the needs of the Only
hungry in Bradford County on an S. St.. Starke
9644131.118! Thompson 3Z.
emergency basis} the Food Pantry, America's ULTIMATE has arrived!
located on Lafayette Street in
Starke operated by volunteers "We' like to keep you looking good" at h
from local churches Monday
through Friday from 1-4 p.m.According '
to,food Charles.has been C. distributed Johns coordinator to Bradford BOBBY'S HIDE-A-WAY 'v:'

1,145 adults and '1,136 children pro- Chiropractic Center "
viding.approximately 2,854 days of 468-1041 HWY. 301 S. WALDO
food from February 1 to Dec.11989. Starke Office
The Food Pantry funded through It
218 S. Walnut St. s a
local churches individuals -
agencies Next' lo ha Chamber of Commons
businesses and civic groups,
had deposits during 1989 totalling 964-4957 sPAIN sAss
14149. Expenditures during the NM
first year of operation were$10,325, lo "tJOllQ
$3,000 of which was used to purchasefood.
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those who have contributed their INJURIES : 4
time monetary gifts and food con- Neck&Arm \yatlop 4ct/1lI
tributions toward feeding the hungry Mid Back .Work Related '
in Bradford County. ..'
Low Back&Leg Sports
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DR.RICHARD C.TELLER
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS February 21 & 22 ." '

THE TEAM APPROACH,, ..p s ?*You Show Time: 8:00 p.m. t I:r .'
,I theClassifieds NlgNrroc: Doors :Open: 7:00 p.m. e q""ltr&

OBDRCntACTIO M IIOUII8ADoU'CARE:WHEN DUO YOU WEEK MEED IT- 'targetAdv.. Tickets: $7.50 At Door: $10.00 0,", :: .

For Further In \i'" Call 468-1641 -
I $ 064-4937 ', JB4 HOUR BEEPER'
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Man ChargedIn girl was a willing participant. The Marchant
was released after Harry McDougal, 28, arrested rested Feb. 8 for DWLS
was ,
incidents fits '% in according James Madison 33 of Columbia
Pybas
Cheating CaseA bonds -
surety was posted Feb. 7 for
Bond for the charge was sago ( poitering or prowling andpossession to Patrolman Gerald Hayes. He was County was arrested Feb. 7
20-year-old Starke man who sold $5,000. a Recent ArrestsIn of a controlled substance, released after a $150 surety bond for failure to (DWLS),
appear accor-
a trailer last year has been arrested Bradford crack, according to Patrolman was posted. ding to Chief Pat
for cheating, the trailer did not CountyThe Smith. Bond was set at $1,500. Deputy Henry.
belong to him. Juvenile Escapee following arrests were made Thomas Robert Arnold,41,was ar- Roy Edward Thornton
Albert Odell Smith In Bradford County local Traffic rested Feb. 6 for DWLS ,43,was arrested
was arrested Charged In by Feb. 12 for DWLS
according-
Burglary
Feb. 12 charged with cheating ac authorities. Arnau Dale Wright, 33, of Orange to Patrolman Allen.He was release to Patrolman Belcher. Bond set
cording to Deputy Gene Lee An escapee from the/ Alligator Park was arrested Feb. 9 for driving after a $215.25 surety bond was at$215.25. was
Outstanding capias for violation of Stop Camp was apprehended early Tina Marie Wooten, 21, of Five while license suspended (DWLS) posted.
probation no valid driver's license, Friday morning behind the Morgan Winds Motel In Starke was arrested according to Patrolman Allen. Bondwas
resisting arrest and tag alterationwere Jlohd convenience store. Feb. 11 on a capias charging dealing set at $215.25, he was releasedon
also charged. The Juvenile was charged with the in stolen property, according to Lt. his own recognizance.
June 2, 1989, Smith and Connie burglary of the Handy Way at SR-16 David Aderholt. Bond was set at Jet Ski RentalWill
Marie Vinson sold an abandonded and CR-225, according: to Deputy $5,000, she was released on her own Benjamin Foster Patterson, 36, of
mobile home on bE 8th to people Roman Alvarez. The burglary was recognizance. Alachua was arrested Feb. 11 for deliver at the lake of your choice
from Lawtey,according to Lt.David solved before it was reported, said DWLS, Improper tag, according to
Aderholt. The title of a salvaged Alvarez, who also recovered a bicycle Johnel McCray, 56, was arrestedFeb. Patrolman Bob McGrath. He ws WHERE THE SKIS ARE
mobile home was provided as proofof that was r.o doubt stolen. 10 for violation of probation released after a $465.25 surety bond
ownership.Also If you are missing a bike call the carrying concealed weapon,according was posted.
last year Smith sold trees in sheriff's department. to Deputy Roman Alvarez. -
Hampton that didn't belong to him to The Juvenile was released to HRS Keith Leroy Jones, 29, of 368 N.
a subcontractor, who was stopped and placed in detention facing the Vera Jean Rodgers, 33, was ar- Cherry St. was arrested Feb. 10 for
from cutting the trees by the owner felony charges of escape and rested Feb. 8 for aggravated bat- DWLS, according to Patrolman
Smith faces charges. for that burglary. tery, according to Patrolman W. S. Cheryl Belcher. He was released
cheating also. Allen. after a $215.25 surety bond was
Smith was arrested in Bunnell and posted. e.473-7429
returned to Bradford County Jail. Man Pumps Gas Axel Dwayne Barnes, 30, was arrested .
Vinson remains at large, said Fails to PayA Feb. 7 for trespass on school James Alen Trosino, 23, was ar-
Aderholt grounds, resisting arrest without rested Feb. 8 for DWLS, according
20-year-old Starke man was ap- violence, according to Patrolman to Sgt. H. D.Griffis. Bond was set at Rates Monday thru Friday
Starke Man Faces prehended after he failed to pay for Gordon Smith. Bond was set at $215.25. Hourly Rate 1/2 Day Full Day
gas he had pumped at Step Saver. $1,000, he was released on his own $25.00 $64.99
Sex ChargesA William David Marchant recognizance. Richard $99.99
was Wayne Mikell,26,was ar Weekend
(
charged Feb. 10 with retail theft and Holiday Rates Differ)
41-year-old Starke man has been driving while license and -
suspended
charged with rape of a Juvenile.
possession of alcohol
by a
Donald William Martin of Route person
5, under 21, according to Patrolman
Box 7060 was charged Feb. 7 on a William Brown.
capias with sexual battery, accor Marchant drove off without
ding' to Deputy Anderson Holland. Ing $7.74 for gas he had pay-
pumped,according
Martin allegedly forced '
a 14yearold to the attendent. When .
girl-to have sex with' him on ped an open bottle of Lord Calvert stop-
several occasions over a one year whiskey was found inside WAL 4 pf
period. Martin, however said the Marchant's van, said Brown.

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Checking It Out...
John Bozeman,Philip VelUng' C-MUMger.f the SUrka Wlnn Dixie,an* 98 0
Chip Howe check outgtwJxxJu faun thoJWD Kid'Corner at the Bradford : '.. -
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County Public Library..Tho Collection WM a gift frets the Dam and Wins. -" ,-
Dixie Store Foundation of Jacksonville. HABACHrSET-

1 WAL-MART 10x17 Reg. $7.97

Stock 5HM 1017
PAPER PLATES
$ OV(
Reg. $1.28 SALE 5


::._.i: SALE 4 for $300 .

', $99 DOWN $35 'PER WEEK ; _

81 Toyota Celica $1395
4 C PB. #3131

77 T-Bird HI-C
V8 AT. PS PB. AC 3128 $795 SQUEEZE SPORTS BOTTLE 9 DRINK

81. Mercury Cougar $1395 Reg. $1.48 Reg.low Prlc $2.00
6 Cyl.. AT, PS. T>B. AC Stock 122532

76 Buick Century $995tf SALE $450.
VS. 2 Dr AT. PS. PB AC. #3085 00
SALE $1

:$199,DOWN ;\ : h\. 40:PER;WEEK: Hula Punch, Cherry Fruit

Punch, Grape, Orangerr.
79 Ford Fairmont S/W
1895
6 Cyl.. AT, PS. PB AC #3155

78 Dodge D-1OO P/U $ '
VS. AT SWB, #3134 179 1

79 AMC Spirit $1295
6 Cyl.. AT. PS PB, AC. #3113

80 Pontiac Gran Prix $1495
V8. AT-PS. PB, AC. 3095

ll$299' DOWN .$ $ $41)< PER WEEK:'

83 ''Chevy Celebrity $2495
V6, AT. PS. PB, AC. #3120 '

79 Pontiac Firebird $2495,,
VS. AT PS. PB.AC. #3140

83 Olds Cutlass $2695
V6. AT. ps PB. AC. #3137

81 Chrysler Lebaron S/W$2695
V8. 3068

SS$499'DOWN;m ;:, $40'PER':WEEK;

80 Chrysler Cordoba $2895
VS. AT, PS PB. Ac. 3150

83 Nissan Pulsar $2695
4 Cyl. 2 Door. 5 Speed. 3017,

81 Ford T-Bird 2995 Thurs., Feb. 15- tends Sat., Feb. 18 W??L-MA?r?*OVMTI8M,? .,WtHCtWNOlM. OtCV'.
V8. AT,PS. PB. AC. #3153 1371 ...Walnut St. Deerfoot Villa a e.. b .ry "...en, .CM.e."""' '
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76 TOYOTA CORONA S/W $695
AT PS PBAC.. #3145

72 BUiCK S/W $295
VS. AT.'PS. PB. AC

77 Mercury Cougar> 495
VS. AT."'PS. PB.,AC ; .
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71 Chev. C-10 P/U $895
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Obituariesfrom


page 7BPsarl FOR RENT

Revels daughters Nancy Lee Smith, Ella Burial was in Bethany Cemetery Survivors include her husband,
A. Lorraine Cooney and Wilma S. Ben- Winfield, Maryland. Jones FuneralHome Daniel B. Harley of Starke; one
Mrs. Pearl A. Revels 82, of Santa nett,all of Starke, Frances Virginia of Starke was in charge of daughter Elaine H. Besteder, HiU
Fe Lake Melrose died Monday Goodin, Plaino, III., Shirley Jean local arrangements. Air Force Base, Utah; one son,TomH. STORE / OFFICE
Feb. 12, in North Florida RegionalMedical Selby of New Windsor, Md.; three Harley, Tallahassee, Fla.: two
Center Gainesville follow- sons, Richard Arlind Smith, Sr., Cleo Frances HarleyMrs. sisters, Mildred Reeves; honey
ing a long Illness. Born in Macon Bowie, Md., Lawrence Lee Smith, Cleo Frances Harley, 72, of Grove, Tx. and Juanita Johnson APPROX. 1100 SQ. FT.
County, Gtorgia, Mrs. Revels mov- Jr. of Boyce, Va. and Ronald Edward Starke, died Thursday, Feb. 8, in Arlington, Tx. and four grand- '
ed to Melrose 35 years ago from Smith Harpers Ferry,W.Va.; Alachua General Hospital, children. 301 SOUTH PLAZA
Jacksonville. She was a member of four brothers, Ellsworth, Wilson, Gainesville, foilowing a short il- Funeral services for Mrs. Harley
Eliam Baptist Church of Melrose Dalton and William Naill, all of New lness. were held at 2p.m. in DeWitt C 1552 S. WALNUT ST.
and was a homemaker. Windsor; four sisters, Edith Long, Born in Honey Grove,Texas,Mrs. Jones Chapel in Starke on Sunday,
Survivors include her husband Violet Shifflolt, Arlene Clinton and Harley moved to Starke in 1946 from Feb. 11, with Rev. Charles Soper of STARKE
Ernest W. Revels, Jr of Melrose, Rosalee Mcintyre, all of New Wind- San Angelo, Texas. She was a ficiating. Burial was in Kingsley
one son, Ernest W. Revels, Jr. of sor, Maryland; 36 grandchildrenand member of First Christian Church of Lake Cemetery under the direction' 964-6784
Boca Grande, Fla.; four grand- five great grandchildren. Starke; a member of Starke Chapter of Jones Funeral Home of Starke. In
children and two great grandchildren Funeral services for Mrs. Smith No. 224 of Order of Eastern Star and lieu of flowers,contributions may be 964-7681
made to the Building Fund of The
Burrier retired from
were held at 2 p.m. in was a bookkeeper
Funeral services for Mrs. Revels Funeral Home Chapel, Winfield, Bradford Hospital, following 20 First Christian: Church, 507 W. Call ,
will be held at 10 a.m. in Eliam Bap- Maryland on Saturday, Feb. 10. of service. Street, Starke, FL 32091.
tist Church, Melrose, Thursday, II!!_years ____ __. -- --- --- .L u --.:"
Feb. 15, with Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating -
Burial will be at 2:30: p.m.
Thursday in Oakland Cemetery
Waycross,Oa under the direction oi; v'
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights. In lieu of flowers,donations ,
may be sent to Eliam Baptist t
Church, P.O. Box 509, Melrose FL ..
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Starke, died Wednesday, Feb. 7, in : .1:,,, ," ... ./
Bradford Hospital, following a long D s
illness. Born in New Windsor, IN HONOR O '-' : +
Mrs. Smith moved to fl/ t
Stare
12 years ago from New Windsor ii 4
She was a member of the
homemaker.Methodist faith and was a 4 -H OUR NOBLE

Survivors include her husband, ,
Lawrence Smith Sr. of Starke; five PRESIDENTS 1 .
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LEARNS Set p13'.f / Y ORTHO GUARD

March 1 9A w DMP down fimtiwu with muM-ootl hwwraprkig Inmlwof pad,oottcw
: 3 toll and tomm cushioning ddltlomU comtoit.Doorator oovw quIIMd
L ; with Hrm town.TWIN.

Project LEARNS workshop :; 1g iFUHfc ;QU EEMUY
(Library Educational and Recrea-
TH8 THE MATTHE1X Sur THE MATTRESS
tional Neighborhood Services) will P r x ,
be presented at the Public Library FOHJUST....,$99BUY fl 29 w sI
Thursday, March 1, from 9 to 11:30
GET THE BOXSPIWMKM orr, THE BOXSPMNO oET TI/R aoxsvnno
a.m.All fi BLttB
interagency members JOST..VBffllSiS JOST....
socialworkers
counselors, service clubs,
librarians, nursing home
employees day care center staff,
school support staff and teachers,institutional
officers senior center
workers, legal medical and
rehabilitation staff and interested }
agency h
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4Eli +IVw'
community members are 1%N
invited.
The program is being presentedby l
Mike Gunde Assistant Director,
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Library for the Blind and Physically _
Handicapped, Daytona Beach and
Sue Crum, Director, Bradford Coun-
ty Public Library.
Project LEARNS is a dual purpose rr
grant program, providing informa- + 4 s .:.
tion, materials and resources ser
vices and program assistance to
caregivers and agency staff as wellas
the disabled and disadvantagedclients
in Bradford County. Thereare '
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many materials and services
available free to Florida's blind and -/ Y. .4 iI -
physically handicapped citizens I .r.;
from the Bureau of Library Servicesin
Daytona Beach.Caregivers u m
and agency staff can (SAW

learn ideas about and such materials topics,as bookmobile: Program 5pV OAK FINISH 4-PIECE BEDROOM \$*iWOAK? \ & BRASS TRIM PUB BACK STYLE LIVING ROOM

service to your agency; monthly OG WITH" BRASS FINISH HARDWARE SAVB 1/2 OFPI I <-M SbtH 1 Stylish contemporary with double-layered BOTH PIECES
programs by BCPL staff; A/V loan- Group includes: Full/queen/ ALL 4-PIECES NIGHTSTAND $79 PIECESI backs, reversible seat cushions, oak and '. .
16mm and slide projectors; Polaroid 0Ivo a Der hoop-style headboard' d''u'nQ01O ,i brass trim accents. Luxurious 100% Dupont '
camera loan; new books for the tower double door dresser, large lAntron* Nylon fabric maintains It's rich il93
adult new reader visually impaired, mirror and door chest. a I beauty through years of constant wear.
child with special needs, elderly, "
GED student and physically han- *\- T. QUEEN
> 1 SIZESLEEPER
dicapped. WASHERIS &$$$' Mra1
Agency members are urged to 1tq g# &
meet and share ideas with others ON SALE!
with the same interests and LOVESEAT
challenges. Attendees will receife
DOE certificates for 2 hours inser- I S ALE
vice training and staff development, $375GAS DINING ROOM 95
and door prizes will be given every AS LOW AS. .'. '' AS LOW AS. .
ten minutes. //il o iiilLE :
Lunch is being served at the & ELECTRIC
Western Steer at 12 noon, with itWiWHUTC *i'tBi/ l-I.H.-.I i TV STEREO
special guest Mike Gunde presen- RANGE i'M ,
ting the topic "Materials and Ser- & ;; & VIDEO DECK
vices Free to Florida's Disabled IS ON SALEI! As tQW L11I
Blind and." Physically HandicappeJCitizens. ; vs. . ; < IS ON SALE

Registrations should be made at AS LOw.i\S..S29S I' AS LOW AS. . .... .
the Bradford County Public Libraryby GIGANTIC
February 19. There is no chargefor --1
the workshop. 1 END TABLES

MinistryOffers 't- 7lJFf EDRECLINERfROCKER REDUCTIONS! of





Shelter, BOOKCASEDOWN .\ $



ComfortA

REFRIGERATOR RECLINERIS
relatively unknown ministry, QJM
Lamp of Jesus Ministries, serving IS ON SALEI! ON SALE
the prisoned, naked, hungry and afflicted
is operating in Bradford
County, and has been in existencefor $495
about ten years, says Louise AS LOW AS. . AS LOW AS $99
Hightower, principal organizer and
operator of the non-profit charitable

organization.The ministry. is located just off FREEZER MICROWAVE

Forsythe and is just road finishing t on a construction 55 acre farm of a, gitM IS ON SALE! IS ON SALE ..

meeting room, dining room and liv-
ing quarter for Louise and husbandBen
Hightower III, a CPA with offices $149
$295
in Jacksonville.A ... . AS LOW AS
clothes closet food and shelter,
are parts of the ministry. Lodgingsare
available for up to five men and r n, t
two women, who are otherwise FARMERS...
homeless,(oral long as necessary to "
get "relocated with themselves" r: rtts JuaLf '
says Mrs. Hightower. :a.h_

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sit and listen. { '

the The clothing main facet ministry of the, ministry Is. DII:::=::::::t.t"'" APPLIANCES ELECTRONICS NO Down. P."', F1Nf1t

Hightower. Clothing is given to tareteetlOT'Plan Adds
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