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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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TIle shower of the past couple days are expected to linger in the Ugali....'. ......,.'.. MOA '
area for several more days, with breezy weather giving way to Classlflad Ad.,.,.. ..S-10A
more rain Thursday and Friday. FFAN.WS. ..............11* UNIVERSITY OF' BCT
High temperatures will be in the middle 70s,with lows In mid 60s, Sparti....... ........ .., 1JA FLORIDA
today, Thursday, February 22, with a 50 percent chance of rain. G a
Cooler weather is expected again Friday; to continue through the MOTION Bi 12 Pag.i INESVILLE

weekend, with lows in upper 40s and highs near 60. T..n Pregnancl....,. ...1.1. ,=. 32611o -
A new moon will rise Sunday, about sunrise and will set just after A... Ha_......,.....1.1... ,
sunset, leaving the nights dark over the weekend. Scl.nc. Pair .............SB l
The sun rose at 7:03 this morning, Thursday, and will set at 6:24: Crlm.N._. .... .,......*,7S
making the daylight hours llh'Urn in length, an Increase of 58 Stata Pair..1.lOB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

minutes in the two months since Dec. 21, which was loh 13m, the Girl Scouts... ...... ....I1B 110d1 Year STARKE FLORIDA
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shortest day. Obituaries..,...... .. ...12B i2nd Issue Thursday, February 22, 1990 USPS cents 062-700 Copy

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WorthNoting City Will Use All Resources to Oppose Incinerator LVBBBBBBB''



L by Buster Rahn presented a 14 page petition for an City of Starke. If the city council did road to the Incinerator site Lot No. In each instance, Brown says the
CT Staff Writer administrative hearing with the not approve the petition for an administrative 21.Commissioner question does apply,and set forth hU
Mayor Vernon Silcox by-passed Department of Environmental hearing Brown said he Bobby Biggs was explanation for its application to the
Gator QB Club... several items on the agenda Tues Regulation, outlining his personaland would delete references to the city kept from attending the council safe operation of a pathololgical
day, Feb. 20, to assure a room full of the city's objections to permit- and submit the petition as an in- meeting because of a foaling mare. waste incinerator In an urban set-
The Gator Quarterback Club will residents that Starke commissioners"will ting the burning of contaminated dividual. Brown's petition relies heavily on
hold its annual banquet Thursday, use every legal means medical waste In the area. City commissioners approved the information or lack of information in ting.Weldon's
Feb. 22, at Post Headquarters, available to oppose" a pathologicalwaste Brown said the petition Is unique submission of the petition contesting several Report...
Camp Blanding. Social hour at incinerator being built in since it is a joint petition, submlttdIn unanimously,in a 4-0 vote.The council areas which the applicant stated City Operations Manager and
8:30: dinner at 7:30.: Enterprise Park In Starke. behalf of himself as having a also rescinded Its Feb.6 action to "No," indicating the question does (See City..P.2A)
Everyone invited to hear and see City Attorney Terence Brown substantial interest as well as the apply for a grant to extend the paved not apply.
Coach Steve Spurrier. Tickets
available, $15 each. Call Hazel Hardy

Ph. 964-7431. r +..'v'w Lee Says


Sales Tax Study...
Will Not
Commissioner Joe Riddick haslet
a meeting of the Sales Tax
Study Committee for Thursday WithdrawApplication
Feb. 22, at 7 p.m., in the old FSP
Station north of the Fairgrounds on
US-301N..

Freedom Banquet...

The annual Freedom Banquet, Robert V. Lee, III president of
Sponsored by the Bradford County Thermo Environmental Systems,
chapter of the NAACP, will be held ,. Inc.denied Wednesday,Feb. 21,that
Friday, Feb. 23, at 7:30: p.m.. In the K..i I g;s"r} he had misled anyone in preliminarytalks
concerning the permitting and
Fairgrounds Dining Room. I
r Ar:; ti. 3 P'' of a crematorium in
Enterprise Park, the industrial area
Retirement Party... in SE Starke.
Friends of UCI Supt. Marion Ellis Lee said he has no intention of
withdrawing from his announced
have scheduled a retirement
party, and Intends to meet with city
Saturday, Feb. 24 5-8 p.m at the plans,
and officials and other community
UCI Training Building. Tickets $8. county
leaders within the next two
Call
Terry
Ph.
Long, 4311212.
weeks in order to explain his plans
'' A 1 XS e _..H and the operation of his project.Lee .
Homecoming...
said he regretted the confu-
The Church of Jesus Christ of sion caused by his DER applicationfor
Latter Day Saints Is having Its "patholgical waste" disposal
homecoming Sunday, Feb. 25. stating that this was the classification
Services will begin at 9 a.m.; he had to use in applying for a
with dinner on the grounds at noon. permit since crematoriums come
Everyone is invited. 1 / Berries About Ready... under that classification.In .

BHS Alumni... Growers ere scrapping Bradford County strawberries. but thy won't his talks with Development.
S' came In full lore far another two wort, toy veteran lawt.y grow. l.on Authority officials here, Lee said he-
BBS Alumni Association has set Starling above at hli 1, .tIC.. patch |lUll aH CH-S2S wait. made it clear that the main thrust of
its monthly meeting, Monday, Feb. 1. At left, Randy Dell put out a flat of l.M. (Buddy) Normans berries at th. his operation would be a crematory, 1
26, at Western Steer Family SteakHouse ifr :M1-N stand.Loan but that this would also Include some
with a dutch-treat dinner at ..I .! Starling Is picking twk. par week. Ha got 40 flats Friday from hi. medical and hospital wastes that
6 p.m followed by a business i I ; '" ; .'4 aero. *. To to* a.orrlsi\ : ttaw rosenm theft ahosd. >tailing Invlt.s would be a of the opera- .
meeting at 7 p.m. ,' .:. t j .U-plckers whan th. berria omo fit furl and h6 can't find enough buyors.rV.rtmf .'., tion. "1 leslImil1 anyone could ,
'" ;. :. """" """ -tir .. : 0ar*sprpiA hay lit fhe fvrr* Library Progrflrhs.. .- i : .. ; '-'' pickers,and to prevent woods .......growing. tentions," Lee added."I .
The Bradford County Library an- r i- n s. Th_ .Is probably not ever 40 acros of .berries being grown In Bradford
nounces several programs of in- .r .I,. ..w County this year. Buddy Norman's olght.c... on US-30I-N Is th. larg.st regret any confusion and
terest: J r. patch. ....n....Bolmaros, ,?.army King and Rod Cr.wferd.1.e havo barrl.s. misunderstanding that may have
How to buy your first car .r > ).i. teon Starling to pleased with a new typo of b.rry,' the Ulia Grand., been caused in the community,"Lee

(Young adults), Monday, Feb. 26, r which h. says ripened first this ..pring.t ,' said.
7-8 p.m. r., .:. -i: So far It's boon an Ideal spring for k......, which Ilk... warm days and Since he had just returned to
Free Tax Help (Seniors) .'. cool nights. A hard frooio about thl. tlmo, as h.pp..d last yea, would Jacksonville after an outofstatetrip

,Wednesday. Feb.. 28, 12 noon to 4p.m. RA -_'.,;F r- S set production back six w..... and f_., barrios would bo produc.d. opposition he was papers not aware being of any filed of with the

,iwr DER by local governmental bodies.
Story Hour (Pre-school) ,'t-1'
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 9:41) and. 10:30

a.m.Project L.E.A.R.N. Workshop, Seek Hearing Medical Waste Incineratorment I
Thursday' March I, IHl a.m. Call Local Groups on
Ph..964-6400 for details. ... -
incinerator'' for biological since a deposit was accepted for the Enterprise Park, entered into a tract Is subject Seller extending.
Pancake Requests for an administrative for an road to Lots Nos.21 and 22."
Supper.. of waste on the same site. lot In Enterprise Park and the sales agreement with Thermo En- paved
before the Department
St. Marks Episcopal Church will hearing Environvental Regulation (DER) The ad provided for an ad- facility apparently meets DER vironmental Systems, Inc. (TESI), BCDA Executive Director Ray
sponsor a pancake supper, Tues- officials are being submitted by a ministrative hearing In event specifications.Zoning Feb. 8, to sell Lot No. 21 to TESI for Navitsky requested the Starke Coun-
day, Feb. 27, 5:30-7:30: p.m. Adults, number of public and quasipubliclocal anyone with a substantial interest Director Darell O'Neal the sum of$12,500,and also gave the cil to make application for a grant to
$2.50, children under age 12, $1.- groups protesting the buildingof requested one on or before Thurs- thinks the present light industrial firm a one year option to purchaseLot extend paving to Lot No. 21 in Enterprise
waste incinerator in day Feb. 22. In the intervening classification may be all right for a No. 22 for $13,000. park saying grant funds are
a pathloglcal .
Chamber Mixer... Enterprise Park in SE Starke., week, Feb. 11-17, only, one letter, crematorium, but possibly will not The contract acknowledges the available for the project. Navitsky
Replogle's, was written to DER requesting suffice for an incinerator burning receipt of $500 paid by TESI as asked for $13,850 and the city
The Chamber of Commerce plans School Board and If Is Closing date is set
The Bradford 500 pounds per hour. rezoning earnest money.
a public hearing. greed to submit the application.
a Chamber Mixer Tuesday, Feb. the City Commission .. the board 10 with the remaining !
County Commission, County officials,'School Board of- required, zoning can for April ,
27, at 5:30: p.m., to be held in the of Starke the Chamber of ficers Chamber ofCommerce officers withhold recommendation to the $12,000 due at that time. Real estate agent George Roberts,
new dental offices of Drs. Mar- Commerce, and the Bradford County -. ,, the Starke Commission and commissioners, and the commis- The contract has three provisions, who is also chairman of the BC
chese and Denmark, on west Call Economic Corporation have Economic Development Corporation sioners can refuse to rezone the the first of which pertains to the option Development Authority, drew the
prepared requests to DER. Plus officers have now met with their parcel, but It must have a good to purchase the additional lot. contract and acted as broker on the
St.FAD Rick Replogle. an attorney, chief 01the respective groups and are presen-- reason or possibly face court action. Provisions 2 and 3 may possibly void land transaction, earning the usual 5
Meet... Starke Public Defender's office ting a united front in opposition to Operations Manager and the contract if conditions are not percent broker's commission.
and county zoning board chairman, allowing the incinerator in the coun- Utilities Director BIO Weldon spent George Roberts,chairman of BCDA
Families Against Drugs have set has requested a DER hearing as an ty. Letters to DER have gone out, or much of last week-end researchingthe met.Provision No. 2 states, "This con- abstained from voting on the land
its monthly meeting,Tuesday Feb. individual.The will be going out, requesting an administrative city's responsibility for road tract subject to Buyer being able to sale, to avoid a conflict of Interest.
27, at 7:30 p.m., in the Vo-Tech hearing. The letters paving, the effect of waste water In obtain all necessary permits for the Vice Chairman Steve Reagan
Media Center. Telegraph reported for a ,.have to be hand delivered to the sewer system,and the availability construction of the crematorium." signed the sales agreement Jan.8, in
Representatives from the local crematorium Park was being two weeks planned may assure their reaching DER by the of natural gas to the site. ;Mayor Definition of the word"crematorlum" lieu of Chairman Roberts signing the
Action Group will be Enterprise ago document. Mike Sullivan an
Community Vernon Silcox said. is critical to the pro-
deadline.
Feb. 22
outlining plans for a communitywide (Thursday, Feb. 8). In the same Development associate in TESI, signed the con-
much uncertainty
Bradford
There remains County
ad The
a legal stating ject.Provision
issue
to be"Just held Saturday Say No to, March Drugs"17 rally in that DER appeared intended to Issue a permit about the basis for opposition, Authority (BCDA), owner of No. 3 Btntw "This con- tract Feb.12.

conjunction with the Family Fun

Festival College. at Santa Fe Community Ellerbee Curve Residents Seek Relief in Court Fr<)m Landfillhogs I


Talent Show... all on one farm and up to 150,000
and values In the servation Service. The tact that
of Corrections New River. area, including that of chickens on another.
A musical talent show benefitting By Joe Gissy5CTUCT Solid Waste Association. each of the plaintiffs. these soils have been designated as "There are other highlands areas
Bradford Association of Retarded Staff Writer "The definition of the class in this "This is an action generally and wet, makes them extremely un- within the boundaries of the counties t
Citizens will be staged in the BHS A citizens committee of six suit is all residents .citizens, tax-' 'centrally about garbage, refuse, and 'suitable for use as a landfill and" that are suitable for the develop-
Auditorium, Saturday, March 3, at residents of the area of Ellerbee payers and electors in the waste collection and disposal the location of the proposed facility. ment planned for the subject real
Also cited for an injunction
reasons
7 just north of Raiford In Union geographical area of Union County suit claims. as property," the suit claims.
"llSs theme "Music of be, "Defendants have over the to stop the landfill are: ar-
year's Cunty, have filed a class action that will be, or could potentially con *
America," will feature several lawsuit In the name of "residents affected by the herein-described actions -. tinuous, consistent, and vociferous cheological finds in the area which, Attorney for Plaintiffs la Bill A.
and individuals, in- the of 0 hundreds of If destroyed, could result in the loss
local groups citizens, taxpayers or electors 01 of Defendants and proposed objections people, Corbin of Blountstown.
cluding BUS chorus, the BHS band. Union County," asking for a perma- development." planned and arranged to local. a of Important Information dating as The suit was filed Monday, Feb. 19
Nostalgia, a children's chorus from nent injunction to stop the construc- "They stand to be directlyadversely waste disposal facility on the far back as prehistoric man; an un- on the Union County and Bradford
Hampton and Brooker schools, and tion of a landfill in their affected by the following described real" property"at Ellerbee marked cemetery used by DOC'sRaiford Commissions, and was delivered to
located in the
.a dance ensemble from Keystone neighborhood. aspects of defendants actions: pollu- "The ; prison facility Jon Wershow, attorney for NRSWA
Heights., tion, deterioration of their potable real property is not suitable area; endangered species of about that same time. wershow says \
Tickets are $5, available at '!'he suit has been filed In the Se- water supply; increase In possibly' for use as a solid waste (sanitary) animals and plant are present and and more time is needed to study the
members of and other insects landfill based on the interim Soil would be further endangered,
Outlaw Realty or from cond Judicial Circuit in Leon County disease carrying files used allegations and plan a course of ac-
the Starke Kiwanis Club. and names as defendants Union ;v endangering the health and Survey Report on Union County pollution of well water which and is tion. The defendants have 20 days in
Bradford Baker welfare of their families and prepared by the United States for consumption by residents used
County, which to respond to the charges.
,County.. the_._ _State__._ of_ Florida Depart. livestock. and a decrease in the land Department of Agriculture.Soil Con- for livestock. Inrludina HO to RO


coming Upcoming.Public weeks meetings are.. :scheduled.in the' Enzymes Can Turn 'Garbage to Compost :in 6 Weeks, NRSWA Told i I

Bradford County Commissionerswill screened to separate the Inert invited Ilnyckyj to present a proposal 1
meet Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 'Union, Baker and Bradford County me' trash was then transported material from the compost. to the board. .
7:30 p.m., in the Courthouse. By Joe> Gitsy residents at the Invitation of Gerald, under a magnet which removed ferrous The worst hitch in the process Although present, Ilnyckyj declined .
The Starke Zoning Board will '.CT Staff Wrltar Grlffls, past chairman of the Union metals. Aluminum cans, 'tin'cans teems to be the screening process, to make a proposal at this t
meet Thursday, F+e6. 22. ,.at 7 p.m., "We can now recycle 100% of your" County Commission. ;'pestle jugs and bottles were which has not been perfected to properly meeting.
In City Hall. wastes. You don't need a landfill A trip was made to Sumpterville picked off the conveyor. Everythingelse separate compost from the in- Terry Strums speaking for
The Bradford County.School Alexander Ilnyckyj told the Union by Interested persons, to see ,the went through the' shredder, erts. l. Florida Waste Recovery Systemsthe
Board will meet Monday, Feb. 26, commissioners at a special meeting operation, and most were impressedwith which, reduced paper; cardboard sizedpieces The Department of Environmental company now managing..ndoperating !
at 7 In the AdministrativeBuilding held at the Union County courthouse the simplicity of the com- food wastes and glass to small Regulation has been slow in the Sumpter Cowsiy
p.m.on N. Temple Ave. January 11. posting facility. which can b.composted developing specifications for compost operation, claimed they have written
The Bradford County Zoning "We will turn your garbage into Wastes were dumped on a tipping'oor "The ground up trash is placed on a and granting permission to sell testing procedures for compost
Board will meet Tuesday, Feb. S7, soil," Ilnyckyj said, speaking for All with no prior separations beIng -: compost pad In windrows about six the compost, pending testing. for for the Department of Environmental -
7 in Starke City Hall. Counties Recycling Systems, Inc.,of necessary. feet wide and five feet high, where heavy metal content, or other contaminants Regulation, and are hoping for-
at The p.m.New River Solid Waste Crystal River. Bags, boxes and loose trash was an, enzyme Is added to increase that may *e present. them to be approved. in about four
Association will meet Tuesday, Ilnyckyj was employed by FloridaWaste loaded onto a conveyor which decomposition Into compost., The River Solid Waste weeks.
New
Feb. :n, at 7:30 In the Union Recovery Systems, who laHe' elevated it to the hopper of a pre-' process takes about six weeks with Association The at a regular meeting of Until approval,1s" received. "We
County Courthouse,take Butler. operating a recycling facility at shredder, which opened plastic constant stirring of the windrowsTlie Governing Board held at the
Sumptervllle, in Sumpter County to trash bags or other containers of composted windrows are then .Bradford the County courthouse Feb.13, (s*. Enzymes.;J :JAno" )
made the presentation household garbage
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I Please,, No More Unfunded.l\'Iandatesfroin. State Legislature ) .


No more mandated programs Legislature will approve new funding local school board ;"has*very little Dr. Bernie McFadden, coorjdlnator Arthur Gsskins asked for a lions and doctor bills, Ms Schlosser
without an accompanying funding sources for the-countiell but say about what programs the school of the SFCC Starke Center legislative bill to protect poultry said. Scott Anderson
source, was the primary message to may Increase the 10-mill property system uses," said Supt. Duncan, endorsed Supt. Duncan's multi growers who are cut off without Alligator farmer farming be placed -
the county's legislators at the annual tax limit to.\ maybe, 12 mills. The meaning most programs are state said FCC Interested in a chickens and with $200.000 to asked under that control alligator of the Department'
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legislative hearing Feb.13 in the state, Rep. Brady says, has funding mandated. purpose fitness program which $300,000 of equipment remaining to rather than the
courthouse. problems of Its own. Exceptional education programs would be In the renovated Bradford be paid for.Sheriff of Agriculture: as now:AllIgator
C.mmisson
Support Constitutional Amendment Rep. Crady also said he doubts have grown to 150 students in Brad- High\ gym. Supt. Duncan asked the Kenneth Etheridge asked Game need the support of
really
No. 3, which will prohibit state there will be state monies to send ford County In the last four years, legislators to include In the state the legislators to help stop the farmers the DOA, said Anderson. Rep.
Duncan explained.The district $600,000 to renovate tha revolving door, meaning state
mandated programs without state down to the counties. Supt. budget gym he Introduced HB433which
funding, the legislators were asked But that didn't keep local officials will lose$100,000 this year because of built in 1964,pointing out the schoolboard prisoners released early and back on Crady, saying aquaculture with
the streets and In the county Jail. equates
from funds. students exceeding program levied 1.5 mills of discre-
requesting more state caps
by those attending the meeting. Julian"D. said that seems a good
The legislators listened to agriculture, .
he said. The state gave a little on tionary taxes this year. .
The proposed amendment will be on School Supt.Jim Duncan, for in- caps last year, a 10 percent window, Kelly opinion that Bradford Counr I i[ l ea.
the ballot this November. The stance, asked for caps to be lifted but more relief is needed, Duncan Anita Rink:, executive director of ty's special assessment is being LWCI prison' chaplain John'Stricklanrequested ,
legislators said, in this way, the from special education (SE) programs said. the Starke-Bradford County assessed illegally. that prison
delegation is helping the counties, so the school district (county) The county commissioner meeting Chamber of Commerce, also supported chaplains statewide have a
and will continue to do so. said the state should Crady asked If
Rep.
Andrews
can receive funding for all the SE room was almost full for the Supt. Duncan's requests. Guy secretary.
The legislative delegation is Rep. students it identifies. Now the legislative hearing. Is the most important have enough auditors to audit county Stricklaod would pay taxes to support -
George Crady, D-Yulee, who district receives no funding for the thing we do," said Mrs. Rink. books, saying it is bad practice to such programs.Strickland 18111,
chaired the public hearing; Rep. SE students who exceed the cap the Property Appraiser Jimmy Margaret Richie appealed to the hire private auditors for public yes, for worthwhile successful.program -
Chance Irvine, R-Orange Park, and district set. Alvarez asked the legislators to oppose legislators to stop state sponsored books. such as the ch plalncy.
Sen. Sherry Walker, D-Monticello. Duncan said the district fractional year assessments, youth deer hunts, and to retain JoAnn Schlosser, wife of Pete Wayne Whlffen asked for more
The other major message was the needs more control on categorical saying most appraisers feel it won't teaching positions In the Department Schlosser, asked that state In- state money for child abuse pro
county's lack of funding sources. programs funded by the state for raise enough money to pay for the Corrections expected to be surance premiums not be increased. grams, such as the guardian ad
Rep. Crady doubts, the Florida special or specific purposes. The cost of implementing the system. cut. She'd rather pay high drug prescrip litem program.


II Pelham Tells Crowd Land Use Plan Not as Stringent as Thoughtby

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Buster Rahn areas to one home on 5 acres?" officials. of one house on 40 acres, and that flood plan-area, saying developmentIn One person asked about septic
ICT Staff WriterApproximately The answer, "No. It depends en- Pelham said each county will ad- was swampland or old phosphate Dixie County may be limited by tanks for industrial property. He
200 persons attended tirely on the land use plan approvedby dress its own unique problems. mines in Hillsborough County.Three stringent regulations. was told there is no prohibition
a meeting Monday night, Feb. 19, local officials," said Pelham. Things that work in Orange,Dade or or four plans have a density of one Pelham said there are some areas against septic tanks, except as they
in Live Oak to hear Tom Pelham, The land use plan for north Hillsborough Counties may not work house on 20 acres," Pelham said. in which septic tanks should never relate to drinking water sources. In-
secretary of I Department of Com- Florida is different to than of centralor in Suwannee or Columbia Counties. Each section of the state has a permitted, but realistically, septic dividual wells and septic tanks will
munity Affairs (DCA) explain the south Florida, Pelham said, providing Applying the same law everywherein regional planning council, with twothirds tanks will be with us for years to continue in rural areas, Pelham
proposed new land use plan, im- for growth, which Is sure to the state won't work, Pelham told of the membership being local come, and will be permitted where said.Another .
plementing changes required by the come, but guarding against some of the crowd. people. Bradford County Is In the they pose no danger to drinking person asked U DCA'sdecision
1985 state Growth Management Act. the bad things that befell south Pelham said he grew upon a family North Central Florida Regional water wells.Suwannee. Is final In all cases,and was
Sec. Pelham, answering questions Florida for lack of advanced plannIng farm, spending 20 years in Planning Council (NCFRPC) area, County Commissioner told that counties may appeal to a
concerning the effect of the growth Holmes County in the Panhandle, which includes most of the Suwannee Charlie Williams told DCA members hearing officer that does not work
mangagement plan on landowners, Several people were concernedthat and has a feel for small county con- River basin. The average density that counties are being told by the for DCA. If not satisfied with his
spent most of two hours trying to ex- family owned land could not be cerns. "DCA Is sensitive to the problems of the area Is one house on 5 acres, state "how to run the county, and decision, the county can then appealto
plain the changes might not be as used for homesites for children or of agriculture and farmers," Pelham said.Pelham wanted to know about flexibility of the governor and cabinet. If not
stringent as anticipated. About 20 other family members, but Pelham Pelham said.Pelham closed by saying, "Don't the land use plan, and if the plan is satisfied with its appeal to the gover-
people came to the microphones to assured them the proposed plan will told his audience, "There accept wild stories at face value. compatible with individual property nor and cabinet, the county can
question Pelham and his staff. allow homes under those cir has been much misinformationabout Most of them aren't true. We have rights? resort to court action, Pelham said.
Many questioners complained that cumstances. the plan, some spread by agreed to provisions that protect Pelham said the law does'not say, Asked"Are we trying to"do what Is
the answers were evasive and lack- Others expressed concerns that special interest groups or those witha family farms and allow land to be "You shall." It does list concerns, best for our counties, Pelham
Ing in content, but Pelham responded some people cannot afford "5 acreson special axe to grind. The most passed on to family members. Ex- but each county should adopt plans replied, "Yes. What Is best for each
by saying he could not be more which to build a house." damaging misinformation is that isting tracts are grandfathered in, that meet the needs of the county."It county, consistent with what Is best
explicit concerning individual situa- Pelham explained that in any DCA requires a density of one housein and private property rights areA is your plan.It is not our intent to for the state.
tions. square mile, there may be many lots 20 or 40 acres. That is untrue, l1zed" trample on private property rights. When told that Dixie County's plan
Time after time the same ques- one-half acre in size, and sr-ne may Pelham said. -Dixie County resident asked However, we won't apaprove just was returned with 56 pages of corrections -
tions arose, "Does the proposed land be one house in 40 acres, < pendingon "DCA has approved 135 plans, about septic tanks In the 10 year any plan, but we'll compromisewhen Pelham said 'That isn'tbad
use plan restrict homes in rural the land use plan adopt' by local with only four plans having a density Hood plan area and the 100 year possible." some comments run to by 150 the pages.number Don'tjudge of

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pages.
Under the current plan, the land
use plan can be amended twice a
: year,with DCA restricted to makingrecommendations
OGEST to the county.The
new plan will provide for DCA to
tflttEGWS : SAfE determine if the change Is compatible -
E with the state plan. If DCA rules
Ve the change is not compatible, the

: On' All UnityAutomatic ,1 route.county's only recourse is the appeal I.

Pelham said, "We're very
reasonable people..you can cut a
deal with us if you are reasonable."
0 Attending from Bradford County
qj qCJ, were county/clerk Ray Norman
XL commission?Maxie Carter,Jr.andJoe
=? .. Riddick,toning board chairman
tf ..Jf "' *
$ .. : : .' i'' Rick Re logle, chairman, nosingd7ttinO'I \
,f;''.'' 8500i l<' Nr.Conditioning,AM/FM Stereo USX,$26000, {
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fI- 4 IN
Overdrive Trans'!, Air Cond, :. : c Cassette, TacholOOter..QIptalns-:" i d G month : )

Speed Control Tilt, Power Windows & month n: Chairs, Luggage Rack -
Locks Sliding Rear Window, E City
Tachometer,AM/FM Stereo Cassette
B. (from page 1A)

A'. Utilities Director Bill Weldon
T'E presented a report to the council, In
: which he stated, "Many areas are
unknown that will affect the City of
S. tiN' Starke." "
Weldon said the city had w> Inputor
knowledge of the proposed incinerator
until it was approached by
o Ray Navitsky, executive secretaryof
the BC Development Corporation,
ltt.oJ during a regular council meeting
GL 4 DOOR A, gg Tuesday-Feb. 6, requesting the city
L- to seek a $13,850 grant for extending

Automatic Trans., Air Conditioning, Power L: payment of the Enterprise Park
Lock Group Speed Control, Tilt LightJUST $22600 $ 800* some 920 feet to Lot No.21 being pur-
1 8
Group, AMFM Stereo w/Cassette .. JUST chased by Thermo Environmental
month U'' _. -.- _. Systems, Inc. (TESI).
N: Overdrive Transmission,Air month Based on the information providedat
V Conditioning,AM/FM Stereo the Feb.6 council meeting, the city -
I;. approved the request to seek UMs.
y- Cassette Chrome Step Bumper. grant, but Director Weldon never
mailed the application. Information
S; r developed later in the week disclosed \ I
the facility was being designed
1'
MittSlMtilif'r LA % /y and permitted to Incinerate highly I
toxic biololgical and pathological I
waste, not revealed to the council I,
Tuesday night. Such waste could Include

Net Rebate, plus tax. tag. title, 1500.00 down Cash/Trade, 11%APR with Qualified CreditTERWILLEGAR 'r. body parts, bandages, syringes !
and needles
plastic tubing,
and could also Include dead animals
and waste from veterinarian opera-

USED CAR: tions.Weldon's research Indicated the I

requested paving to be in Phase II of
U.S. 301 South 9647200Highest
Enterprise Park, and triggers other
work, including a requirement by
1
Prices Paid For TradeInsft the Suwannee River Water Manage-
ment Authority for the construction/ I

tiiiji ? P1IDk4.MiNM'IF4t$1'ai* of a water retention area. I II I

i $ The waived Department the requirement of Transportation for an- I

entrance and exit lane In Phase I,
but is expected to require the lane to

'85 FORD F350 DUALLY' '85 TEMPO GL '85 DODGE D50 tenants be constructed in in traffic.the park when create additional.f, an increase

4 Dr.. AT AC TT. 4 S., AC Stereo
Chassis.One Ton.4 Cab Sp..and AC, $ CC Stereo Cass.. Cass., 30,000 Ml.. not Weldon provide said enough the application information does to

t as.ooot CEO 6,995 I Sport Wheels Cloth$4 210 Topper. MINT $3,995 determine the amount of water goIng -
Int.. EXTRA CLEAN CONDo into the city sewer system, or'
what contaminates it may contain.

Immediate Financing? AvaiIabfe.O0iwss> See CfeS!' the While sewer the water system supply operating is adequate near,

capacity,and may not be able to ac-

'87 ESCORT GT 88 FORD F150 '88 CLUB WAGON XLT comodate: the Incinerator.

,
5 Sp., AC. TT. CC 4 Sp., AC. Stereo Cass.. All Power Options, Sewer Is
plant
AM/FM Cass.; 41,000 Fiberglass Topper Bed $7 99 S Dual AC. Cloth Int.,. 11,995 but not finalized.expansion Weldon said.pending,
65 291 Chrome Absolutely Brand
Ml.. Sport Wheels Mat. Wheels Natural gas U not available
*$$
New..Save
LIKE BRAND NEW _EXCELLENT_ COND._ Enterprise Park at this time, and
will require the laying of a gas line
from Colley Road, Weldon said. Art
Call Toll-Free Call from estimated cost of MO,Oou to $15,000
could go much higher if the lines en
from Anywhere Gainesville3771O9O the Colley Road are too loaded to supply
required volume and pressure.
in Florida!


l-BOO-329-FOID Weldon said the supply lot/n.turalas
is adequate to the city, but so-
Bone will have to pay for extending
964-7200
209 W, MADISON STARKE, FL he gas lines. "

Starke 473-FORD Weldon asked the council to res-
bind Its approval to apply for a road
377-1O96 209 W. Keystone Heights ,388-FORD bavin* grant and return ,'.,
YOUR FORD CONNECTION IN STARKE1!
Cain ,
Gainesville Madison State Road 21 Jacksonville atron-to the'Bradford ,
peveloprowt Authority.

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LL1 .;.> .! Melvin Takes 61 Percent" Brooker Vote I


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; Acting Mayo1 and theCity found to be vacant last fall was won the ElecliOHB!: Sup**v lw.-'. of lee in Jim Bryant, incumbent In Seat 5,
i Melvintook
: .,. Council Gene 61 without opposition by Ted Blghara,a Starke. was returned without opposition fora
."' percent of<< votes cast In Brooker's newcomer to the Brooker politicalscene. When Hamilton stepped down, he one-year term. Bryant was ap-
': annual election,Tuesday,Feb. 13,to agreed to repay the town$450 drawnas pointed to a one-year term last year
; '( overcome opposition.. py former salary during the period, but the when no one qualified for the seat.
'; ,:.. < ': \, mayor Blake Hamilton. The mayor's term expired at the council subsequently offset the debt
1'"' ..\ "...",..,,.r,*',.,,'', end of Feb., 1989. Due to an over- by recognizing the use of Hamilton's Commissioners George Pierce
'' :" ":'' P ',;.' With 72 votes cast,It was Melvin 44 sight Incumbent Mayor Blake truck in service to the city during his and Sue Davis are hold-overs on the
',},\! < to Hamilton 28 to win Seat 2: on the city Hamilton continued In office for the tenure of office. city council, and Charlene ThomasIs
[ council the only' race on ,the next nine months,until the error was, A.B. Adams Incumbent In Seat'l, city clerk. Those three In-
: ballot. noted by City Clerk Charlene was returned to office without op.pnaitinn. cumbents did not have to run this

,;1 .." i The mayor'i office which 'was Thomas, In .a review of records In for a two-year term. year.
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I Amy 4 Ran' n :T j f.ff-Chitty' -. Three Tornado Wrestlers Headed for State .

Champion. _,."er,al BMS Runner Up Speller IMS

Three men from the 'Tornado his opponent, thereby losing the beaten in the second preliminary.He pete because of strep throat.
Wrestling team have two for match on a technical (foull-0 to the won the first wrestleback match Kevin Snow, 145, lost In the first
Amy .:Rdnkiii Jeff Chitty' State competition with eventual champl n. by pin in 2:27: and won the next round.
place wins and a second place finishat In the wreliUeba ks Saturday, match 5-2, losing the consolation Leaton Morgan, 152, lost to the
regional 'matches', SAturday, Brad had a tie at 2-2 after three over match 2-7, for the 4th place finish. regional champion. Morgan is a
Feb.17. time periods. He was awarded the At 103, Randy Waldron lost his freshman and shows much promise
Win; BMS Spelling Bee John O.Williams placed second In match on the seventh order of first match to the eventual cham says Coach Brett Purdy.
the 130 pound class, after defeating criteria, for having the first take- pion.
his first opponent In a 37 second pin, down. At 112,Josh Crawford won his first Ray Trimble won his first match,
Eighth grader Amy Rank'in correctly by syllables, correctly spelled: doctrine winning his second match by a score Brad lost again In the consolation preliminary 5-4, then lost the second at 160, lost the second, then won the
spelled "boycott" and taxation putrid, glimpse of 12-2, his semi-final match frO, but match to the defending region cham 0-1 on another questionablecantor first round In the wrestlebacks. He
"radioactive" to.::win the Jellyfish, uncle,\kite flying, swelter, losing 14-9 to the eventual regional pion.. Brad now has a 25-2 season locking his hands while stan Injured his neck in the second round
Middle School spelling bee Friday, climber,discuss abandonment, factual champion in the finals. He now has record. ding,a permissible hold.The referee and was not at full strength to finish
Feb. 16.Seventh. and bizarre on the way to her an 18-2 season record. The cham- Eddie Siegmund,placing fourth in said he was on one knee, not con the match.At .
grder Jeff Chitty battled pion, who defeated Williams, is 39-0 the 140 pound class at regionals won firmed by tape recordings.Joel 189,Phillip Crawford lost In the
Miss Rankin for 10 rounds before win.Jeff Chitty correctly spelled the on the season. *' his first match by forfeit, and was Jacobsen,at 125, did not com. first round.of the preliminaries. ,
getting caught by the word boycott words: sales clerk, gossip, scrubb- Brad Hamilton won his first *h. *\ "*\
when fie spelled f'boycaught.Thirdplace ing, barbershop, tendon,enjoyable, preliminary match 12-1 and the second -
BMS speller was sixth grader vacation land, buttermilk welfare, match 94. In the semifinals
Holly Gill who went out in the fifth design, relaxed, and priority before Brad was wrestling to a 0-0 ltandodwhen WHEN: Saturday
ground on the word maroon which slipping up on the word boycott. he made a cross-face hold,and March 3rd, 1990
she spelled"marune." The BMS competitors, all champions was called for covering the mouth of o31 7:00 P.M.
of classroom bees
,
Miss' Rankln''is the daughter of spelling
were eighth graders Amy Rankin, ClassifiedsGet I
Steven Cason and Patricia Ranking
Smita Patel Jason Lee WHERE Life & Praise
of Starke. Jeff is the son of Mr. and Amy :
Mrs. of Starke. Hartlein; seventh graders Rachel
Chitty \: MinistriesU.S.
Six BMS spellers went out on the Turner, Julie Poncier, Jeff Chitty, Results
and Shannon Bunker sixth graders 301 3 Miles
words:, zodiac hazardous, hooves ; .
heroic experience and snobbery. Nikkl Jackson, Natasha Hudson,
Three more went out in the second Holly Gill,Tori Hersey, and Melissa South of StarkeLIFE0canv

round by misspelling: flourish McLeod. NORMAN'SROADSIDE
phonics, and wondrous. Students in Judges for the BMS bee were Iva
every school have been hung on wondrous Jean Harrell guidance counselor at ,
spelling it "wonderous," the Lawtey Brooker and Hampton '
way they pronounce it. elementary schools, and Rebecca .S ,
In round 3, just four spellers re- Reddish, coordinator of adult and
mained. Julie Pointer went out on night school at the Vo-Tech Center. MARKET
the word forum, spelling it Pronouncer was Ms.Evelyn Chas- C O M P A N Y
"foreum.". Holly Gill lasted two tain, school board member and 301 North of Starke9649152 '
more Bounds, spelling soybean and owner of Chastain's Jewelry.
riverbank, before ,misspellingmaroon. Coordinator of the bee was Ms.
Glenda Ruis, BMS guidance
Champion Amy Rankin,,spelling counselor.. -. STARKEFR&H


II Enzymesfrom ''STR4's'

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( page 1A) ClAtfrW89lb. Specter

are at the mercy'of'DER,"Simms If volume was up to 150 tons per day.
said. 100 percent recycling Is"not possi- tome
"Ours is a first generation ble," ne said, but he would hope for $ -| .
facility," he said, and after improvements up to 90 percent reduction. of landfill-
and refinements have ed wastes.
been made, "we now have a high efficient No hazardous wastes could be ac- ,MUrUET'; :
facility." cepted at a recycling facility,and no '
A new facility for'NRSWA would construction and demolition debris, :
cost about $4.5 million, he said, and or tires. "Tires cannot be composted :9 f tb
.
would about$16 ton, he said.AWitrlitlifers '
operate f9r
per ,
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I Open $299AlbltRt"jlHEAD :; :1

Clint Reed and Al Jones set new jerk event by lifting 315 pounds. He
school 'welghtlifttng records bench pressed 350 pounds for a total
Wednesday, Feb. 14., at a dual meet lift of 665.The previous record set by OFF ="""r LORD
at Lake Butler. Acevedo was 375 bench, 285 clean, -:
The meet was the season opener total 660. SOUTH FLORIDA I CALVERT
for both schools, with Lake Butler AI Jones, in the 148 pound class, : 'USCANADIAN
winning the meet with a team score bench pressed 310 pounds and clean ,;'" PoIeBeans': / ...
of 40 to 38. and jerked 265, total 575 pounds. The PIUSoor ,
In the 220 pound weight class r previous record of Mike Crews, set ,:K:'a.St rU'ngYsBins-; CASE 83.OF On-.Tflsgg fmV ;: t<*r
Reed bested the record set by Junior In 1976, was 290 bench, 260 clean, "' : '1('. ..; 'a "" NA1L AWAV S pnu1 cscl 1 Nor mA'I'
Acevedo last year in the clean and total 550. ;4! e.U IPWwSqu;,is 1:: I LORD R1yjEA = su :. I

VEll E L1
PINK GRAPEFRUITAND ,

\( gal, NoticesSection J make the award In part or whole and to VALENCIA ONIONS r KENTUCKY
make the award In the beat interest of 1.73 WHISKED
the Bradford County School Board. = 4 LITEq
$400 t
00020 00020-1 Award shall b. bawd on the lowest ar CASE tp 6
Bid No.0303- bat bid proposal' combined. with altar FOR I 71.00 Robert
,INVITATION TO BID notlves. :, r 1
Sealed bids will be receivedby the The School Boardof r, *henley CANADIAN WHISK y a Mondavi .

Bradford County School Board 582 North Bradford County, '.75 LITER EY ROSE
Temple Avenue Starke,,Florida 32091 Bradford County Florida O.F CASE OF 6 1499 e:yyHITERED21NFANDFL
until: By:Jim Duncan,Superintendent } 88.75 BEMJJOLAIS ML.i49|
,LOCAL TIME: 6 p.m. DAY OF WEEK: 2/13 2tchg 2/22:Cant.No.379 750 ML. n.39 CASE 750 Of It 14 i
Monday DATE: March 9, 1990 and Immediately CASE 01' 11 53.00
thereafter publicly opened .. 51.50 .
I Ii
read aloud and recorded In the Conference 1f K: ,
Room of the 'School Board $ r ANCERS 1.6
:
'PROSPECTIVlf.GREENHOUSE. r' 56N .
Building for the following-, L CASE.

RE Hampton/Brooker Elementary w* 0 / f""n PORTUGAL ,V.
School .CORDON
Roof Replacement and,A/C Symlem / + "' .EXTRA
NUMBER 0309-1 cv; UMM 7110 DRY1199
BID : .
Specifications and/or bid form maybe -* CASE*. i if
the Bradford County s J. "-
examined att. T'
School Board, S82 North T.mpl.
VEGETABLE MASSGUNDY
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, and maybe I' GAL0. '
EUSCBBafflB
obtained at the tame location for a I BURGUNDY e<:HABLIS IGH7 lNABLISi :
The ih .M. eCHABLIS ROSE el .RHINE
non-refundable, deoo.lt. r ROSE
$20.00 IGHT
estimated construction cost of this pro- + )lil ,PINK ROSE IHtNE el BLUSH CHABLIS
GROWERS .RED eaLUSN
led U In;th. rang. of 130000.00 -' ", R08E \ 3'lTfR 72 9
15000000., :, LITER G99 CASE Of 4
There will bee .n nr ner 28.50W
PRE-BID CONFERENCE: CASE 01' 4 a
pr.-bid conference on Monday WORKSHOP 23,50
at 2 at Brook.r
February 26 1990 p.m. "
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Elementary. School. Although participation BS
U not mandatory, prospective bidden + newftl
and principal contractors are ? '
.strongly urged to attend. Lfr
The Construction Documents may be 'I .RWUL/Eg
examined, but not obtained at: uNEW" suSO'cASI! 12.PAg (41 Goons

..Construction Bulletin,'P.O.' Box 803 t-rA" 8g9 14: I ah,
Orange Park FL, \\2067. Phone: ((904)) 459 ,.

388-0336 or CAPIB f "TEHfoOXAi PLu .A 1-J!!,
Mid-State Builders Exchange 1317 Old St
Gainesville, 'FL'' Old o
N.W 16th Avenue i 99
I 3206 t.( Phone ((904)) 379-0619:' \\Miffi) Bid' security In the form of a Bid Bond c A" t
Executed by the Bidder and a qualified .GJ\
.afMOe
oro certlfled courtier's check l '' rr
"suFeiy oij l'oz. a
I statebank In the 819
on any national or 419 I t 02. CANcANS ORIGINAL
amount specified In the specifications: SPICED
made payable to the Bradford County \ LaEe RUM
*School Board mult accompany each bid LAKE BUTi>ER- LAKESIDE, COrt-UNITY CENTER 1J ,. ( 1'75lITFRplOe
as guarantee that the Bidder will not qj.ngs6ury 11 1 CASE Op 4 14 99 3'CFDRtiNN
withdraw. from',('the competition after Ltlt
AL'I
Opening the bids and In the event the This Thursday,. FEB. 22, 1tiM SE -
contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will -A CASE '. "P"5
;within ten ((10))' days after receiving H .'PAK ? Ot.995'
7 to 9 *
same, execute the contract and furnish pm pm 9 9 1'5 If. cANS. fLElSCHMAl'N'" 1 DISTILLED DRY
ih. required'bond falling which the SANS GIN ) 15
security' sholt"become the property' of Presentations will include: Ji\ BECIts CASe.OF'1199S
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the Owner: Ilq\lldatwd'darnora.. 1.' Overview-of the greenhouse industry., ER
be made on the appropriate K ..D.DARK"
All bids must
proposal forms,.properly executed 2. Points to consider for the new grower.: V ....& .L....' GERMcAEE

and placed In an envelope and 3. Selecting a production system. gpE. 1.PftOM PRICES BEGIN

should then shall be marked be' d.liv to kfentHyJhe lid or mailed bid and to' 4. Financial considerations (costs ys"'fetu'rngi} l, .1CS"899 .199':oz.155 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd.

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Bradford County School Board 582 North THROUGH
Temple Avenue Sta k*, Florida. 32091.:: Sponsored by Union County Extension Office WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28th.
I Board
. "Th* Bradford CountySchool
'reserves the right t6'r.i.d( any,or all .
I bId., waive Informalities.. .In'any bid. -
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'H H Wastelncinerators
In Their Dealings with Medical
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NeededIn ,
Guidelines --- --' ing, the name under which be applied
In recent months there bM been a for an incinerator permit In Palatka,
flurry eI applications for permits to and also president of Thermo En-
Dealing With New Industry operate Ind and/or for d wastes of ..f vironmental Systems, Inc., the name
medical In
pathological! : used in applying for a permit here.
North Central Florida. Four towns ,1
targeted for this purpose were Green .1';. : Attempts to resclr Mr. Lee at his
Granted what's done is done..the City ponds. If is estimated by the city's Cove Springs. ,' Palauxa, Jasper and .. home er office have been unsuccessful.
t- Hit apMicatlon in Palatka went through
utilities director that these necessitiesand Stark*.
in the '
and the Development Authority are 11' channels since the site he intended to
uncomfortable position of extricating other items would mean an expen- This sudden burst of Interest In In- 'use was hat zoned properly
themselves from a prolonged and diture of at least $75,000 or more. cinerators .Is apparently brought on by requir ;J.a' "conditional andpermit..
more stringent regulations by e Because of this the matter
possibly expensive fight with DER and a These matters should also have been EPA (Environmental Protection Agency went to",the City Commission eventually, which
company that operates under two names explored} by the Development Authorityand ) on nonconforming and unsupervised ,- //waslold by Mr.Lee that there would be
.. one used in Palatka and another in discussed with the pity's utilities mctaeraters wow being closed at flno, emission and no odor from the plant.
Starke for the purpose of obtaining per- director before signing ,any agreementwith acme hospitals, with mare closings to .3I He described it as "a small one''* that
mits to incinerate pathological" waste.If the eeme by Ow year -. Hence the rush \ would meet incineration needs within a
company. by Independent companies to fill this .I.il S 75 mile radius. Lee said the incinerator
there is a lesson to be learned from County Commissioner Maxie,'Carter, gap aiMprofit from what' could become would produce a sterile white ash which
this mistake however well intended it Jr. expressed the sentiment of a lot ofStarkeites a lucrative business. days after the Commission action and would be sent to a designated landfill.

is that better communications early on ,when he said in an interview; Two of the four'towns targeted having no connection with TSI, John According to transcribed minutes. of
between the agencies involved, would with The Gainesville Sun, "How it sifted Green Cove Springs and Palatka-have Olin Jeffers, 48, of Doctors Lake, was the Commission meeting, Palatka
already escaped Incinerators through
arrested on October 4 on charges that, 'Mayor Smith advised that he was con-
have spared the City another hassle, and drifted into the I don't
county know quick MM! derisive action by theirMvernmg he attempted to bribe Clay County .* cerned because well-fields for the city'swater
wasting an inordinate amount of time but I think we should try and stop it from Jam but faceopphoessible Commissioner James Jett if he (Jett)? supply were right at the site. He
that could be better spent on other mat coming Mere'" Even some members of Starts and still would use his influence to get the other:'jW!'' felt that DER should be aware of the
ters, and possibly saving another court the Development Authority were quotedas suits and lengthy, costly hearings.The Commissioners to reverse their stand I location of the water supply and ground
battle, of which the City has already had calling their deal with Thermo a companies Involved In seeking against the incinerator. Jeffers pled"nolocontendere" water storage prior to approval.A .
these TSI and TSI contest) and will
more than enough. One member said permits are (no committee, including the Public
"nightmare" they Southeast whose president Is KennethR. be sentenced on March 6. No one knows
The fact that the City agreed Tuesday never met with Mr. Lee as a group and Krantx; an Orange Park resident in just where his offer was coming from. Into Safety the Director proposed,was facility appointed, and reported to check

night to go to bat for its people is appreciated only learned of his proposal through the structural concrete business. He Krantz later applied and was granteda back that "the committee now has
but by no means indicates that BCDA executive secretary Ray Navit- first applied to DER for permit last permit by DER for an incinerator in more questions than answers and will
to to
incinerator
the matter is resolved. The Departmentof sky, who says he was misled by Lee into be May used operate for hospital a large waste, in an,industrial with Jasper strong, Hamilton opposition County., although This sup-met have to take more time"before makingan

Environmental Regulation has already thinking the application was for a park on Hwy. 17 Just south of ported by the city manager, causing intelligent decision.
published notice of its intent topermitThermo crematory.Such Green Cove Springs.He some council members to' seek his The Palatka mayor then scheduled a
Environmental Systems, Inc. to was Issued a permit for large resignation, unsuccessfully. On public hearing where opposition was so
operate a pathological waste incineratorin statements point 'to the need for plant with a capacity of 8.000 pounds of February 4 it was reported that the strong that Federal Medical. Processing
Starke. If this now grants local more stringent guidelines to be used in waste per hour. The one applied for In Hamilton County'Development withdrew its application.After
agency Starke by another would be Authority, which had approved a contract being unsuccessful Palatka
the of company ,
petitions for an administrative hearingon assessing requirements a proposednew for the incinerator, had not
hour.
only 500 pounds per Lee turned to Starke and made his first
the matter that will mean more expenditures industry and the loads that it will impose cancelled it because it was "fearful of alawsuit" contact with Development Authority
Although the Krantz plans were approved ; -
for lawyers, expert witnesses, on the City's infrastructure. If it is b1 the Clay County administrator chairman George Roberts in early
and court costs.It determined early-on that the re- and county coning coordinator Krantz told The Telegraph this week December concerning purchase of a lot
quirements are not within the City's abili- at an early workshop they were that he would bring suit in case of an attempted in Starke's Industrial Park.
is notable that in the four area towns ty to deliver, then there is no need for the final rejected by the County Commis cancellation, since he had a Al Stefanelll, a member of the eight-
that have had to deal with this incinerator wiII becauseof 20-year bonafide contract. He said he
to waste his time and in < problem Starke is the only one where the applicant site money other the possible impact, on roads in the had been "totally up front" during his ment Authority never met as a group
obtaining permits, plans, or ex- and other in
people were not given an opportunity to area and other' environmental concerna. presentation negotiations with Lee and only knew what they
Hamilton
be heard early on. Green Cove Springs, penditures.In County. learned from Navitsky who said he and

Palatka, and Jasper all held hearings, a letter addressed to the City Coun- In a bizarre Incident occuring twoLetters president Robert of V.Federal Lee, of Medical Jacksonville Process-, is Lee only discussed a 'crematory".

workshops and/or investigations. The cil, dated Feb. 16. 1990, Utilities DirectorBill e
first public information here was in the Weldon said: "By not being con-

form of DER's legal notice of its intent to tacted by anyone concerned with this proposed : '

issue Thermo's permit. facility and not having any plans J to the Editor' ,

Before seeding a permit to operate in concerning this proposed facility many .
Starke's Industrial Park it is reasonableto areas are unknown that will affect the Ci-

expect that the applicant would have ty of Starke. Prior to reading in the Eight Good Reasons to Oppose Medical Incinerator i

sought some information concerning the newspaper of the proposed PathologicalWaste

City's ability to handle waste water in its Incinerator, the only information t
sewage disposal plant which is now furnished to the City of Starke was a request To The Florida Department mit is granted include: 6. Investigation Into the ability of the

operating at near capacity; the fact that to"enter a'grant application for road Environmental Regulation: deco' water City,of needs Starke of to the supply facility the and gas and the

there is no sufficient gas line into the Industrial paving. This Environmental the Depart- made to Bradford government officials' 'emergency response plans of the City to
Park; and the possibility that the For the benefit of all concerned such ment of Regulation of and business leaders that the proposed' deal, with emergencies arising during
Department of .Transportation will require negotiations should be "totally up} front" my objection and opposition to the application facility was a crematorium and document -> >operation of the facility.. ..
of Thermo Environmental 4A Incinerator vrtieit''tW*' tictdaPtfl" v.r"rfw'> gr, ,w"BiTjoftvairtiJiaUoh > ,r' >
additional turn lanes into the :
site
from ;Hw .; 100( ," and'.expensive holding r J mC"1jntv1i \O!])4 :.J;ttonstruct waste Syitems incinerator, Inc.and (operate TES1)In for'a pathological a permit Bradford to tended use: '.*far 1 a s'''> \"nooia JJhtoWfeMfiflIMtetattftqcinerator. feasiq oi9w oftair errrissionaviand intatluiyqlumeandqgality ita effect

County Florida. Starke 2. Investigation into the background) 'on located and property, if the facility.
i la : at its proposed site.
of the applicant's principals to determine
I am a resident of Bradford County, their construct
The Rich Get Richer; about living mile my family within and manage qualifications the proposed facility to B. Investigation Into the ability of the
one (1) of we proposed' incinerator 'applicant and the City of Starke to adequately
I site.I am a tax-paying citizen 3. Investigation Into'' the corporate treat wastewater prior to its
The Poor Get SockedAccording owning Investment real property within structure of the applicant to determine discharge into the environment.
the City of Starke and in UnIncor- its qualifications to finance, construct Reportedly,the City of Starke presently
porated Bradford County. My child attends operate and maintain the' 'proposefacility. exceeds the safe margin of capacity in
school within about one-quarter ;, -its'water treatment! facility and is approaching
to an old song, "The rich get tax rate. coedmile of site and a se total capacity. The applicantwill
richer and the poor get children"But These favored few are now at the top of them My.. family 4. Investigation into the emergency ;consume and discharge a large
and I times response plans of the applicant to deal volume of water which the City of
today according to a new tax study the nation's financial ladder and will get put the proposed site on SR 100. I am and possible defects in Starke Is reportedly unable for the
by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget an even bigger break if President Bush presently considering purchase of commercial opera of the facility. foreseeable, ; future, to properly treat.
Office the rich are getting richer and the wins in his determined effort to cut the real property within about one
hundred (100) yards of the entrance to 5. Investigation into the wisdom of
For the above-cited
gains tax. and other
capital
poor are getting poorer. Not only that, but the Industrial park.My concerns for the permitting siting of the facility in 'an reasons
a hearing must be held to consider the
under present IRS rules, a higher percentof Also, thanks to the White ,House,'the 59 environment of Bradford Countthe area not presently zoned for that intended propriety of granting the requested -
the widow's mite is subject to taxation percent Americans in the lower and health and welfare of my family and use,considering the existence of by jESI. permit

than the percentage that the wealthy pay middle-income brackets face higher meand our to economic raise complaint well-being and give call other schools nearby and public light Industry facilities.,residences Additonally > Frederick R. ReplogleRt.

on their bankroll. rates now placed on salary deductions for for a hearing on the issues involved in consideration must be given to the .3 Box 1824,StarkeMr.

The CBO investigation showed that the social security trust fund. This hits this, permit application.My future development of the industrial ( Replogle (a chairman oft?.Brad
from 1980 through 1990, during the the lower and middle-income groups specific objections and concerns park and surrounding areas as it would r.ford County Zoning Board, but wrote
Reagan/Bush administrations, the harder than higher income groups, which must_be addressed before a per- be affected. by the proposed industrialuse. u,"hit letter to DER as a private citizen.;

poorest 20 percent of Americans have percentage-wise. ," ,',

seen their real income drop three per- The CBO study is likely to spell troublefor JI
cent, and their net federal tax rate rise 16 President Bush's proposed capital

percent. gains tax cut which is expected to greatly

Meanwhile the wealthiest fifth of U.S. benefit those Americans making $100,000 Surveyor Supports, OFW for J&ingsley
families have enjoyed close to a 32 per or more annually.As .

cent increase in income, and, at the same another old saying put it, "Them as
time a 5.5 percent cut in their net federal has, gets", I ,I
A public hearing on an application to includeKlngsley .the following article in support of the OFW
Lake the state' list
on of Outstanding .application was ,written by Merrill G.
Florida Waters, will be held by the Department McMillan retired
surveyor. who has observed
Two oJ Environmental Regulation at 1 p.m. Wedne.- the lake and
to Solve surrounding
Suggestions Help properties for
day March 21. fn the Camp landing Armory. year. many



Prison Space ShortageAs BEAUTIFUL By Merrill KINGSLEY G. McMillan LAKE'


I KIn .Jey Lake located approximately six miles
East of Starke In Clay County, and Is nestled snugly
a solution, or at least a partial solu- highways., They would not receive 'any within Irma confinement of Trail Ridge. The Ridge extends -
tion, of the jail space shortage, a recent pay for these public-service jobs. Northerly and. Southerly direction through
this of Florida.
area
letter to the editor of
an area newspaper, writer's
had two suggestions that merit con- This. second suggestion was: Robert winter of IBM,I was employed by the late
sideration. The writer said "Since the, military has abandoned Amps, a well known Civil Engineer of
:
ifs
Jaeknn to assist with the making of extensive
many military bases and plans to aban- "tJeanduy topographic surveys of that portion of _
"In my opinion, all judges should be don more let us request the federal TrallIUcIp. JyInI Eut 01 the LUe. '

legally required to impose stiff fines and government to sell or lease these bases to We found the Mean Sea Level hereinafter referredto
performances of public services insteadof the states for use as prisons. In my opi- as MSL) to vary from ISO to 195 feet, along the portion
prison time for all persons convicted of nion, a convicted criminal does not of the Ridge we were Interested in.

non-violent crimes. This would greatly deserve better quarters than members of We found the surface of the water In the Lake to have, v
relieve our need for more prisons. It our armed forces which appears to be Ii MSI elevation of 176 J feet.

there are too many prisoners for the the case at the present time. It is time to la am, Joseph Knapp, an excellent surveyor of THN OBSBN HIKON OP,FLORIDA.
available public-service jobs let them reverse this injustice." Keystone Heights, bad an occasion to determine theM
clean the trash streets and \ MSO, the surface of the water. He f bund It to be 176.4 ply the*** of
on our So Jacksonville
up say.we..all.miliiji. feet, demonstrating the remarkable stability of this not dveTop, but that plan did
lake over a period.159 yean.I .
The clarity of the water"Is
have been an ardent fisherman for ,and UI18urpaued. the
many years bedding flab be dew
may seen clearly-. 01
Co I have never seen such a minute change fa a water TO feet.
( Irrrf hi that length of time.

4 It..a known fact that. the Lake spring fed by many! diameter The laical and vrrtuaD1 a perfect circle two miles In
comprises
p. .Q area of 2,000
'in and around it.. .crea.
Years there
ago were many
O At one time when was fishing there. I had an elec- West and North sides of the summer cottages on the
oT1ON treete depth finder and it Indicated depth of sixty those have, been Lake. Today many 01
101 o.PESO isoa.JOHN M.:MUM feet, when tt suddenly began to indicate deeper water homes. replaced' by, beautiful permanent
',,1t1l"8 te a dMaawo of fifty or sixty yards,and it went down to
Published each Thursday: and entered on Second Class MoI.fat : .7 ... 1 was never sure that I was over the deepest It may be Interesting about that the present MSL
the Post Office atftorke.. Ftortrja/iBXtec Act of March 3.1879. pert ef the sump er spring. elevation 01 the lake Ia etaht feet above that 01
the ground around the old Bradford
Pt' >oo 944-4305 '. The lake's only outlet.U located on the East tide.: It la thouae, now the location 01 Santa F. County CourPagetA -
P.O. Draw A;$farks. Florida Subscription Rote In Treads'Area; .leOO per{,4tafh..OChlle months'Outelds Black Creek which flows generally North. At one time lege; Andrew"Center. Community Col-
Trade Area: $17.00p yea;89m Ibe InOf'thI.! years ago,it was planned for the Creek to partially sup- r"

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SEATED Oft* F.bORCarl. = Edwards.Charles Lawson,Vernon Crosby Faulk.Maggie Anderson Emmaline Moyeri, Vernestlne Kelly Barbara
Van Priest, George.Roberts, Gone Kelly. Lucky Howe. Kenneth Grlder. Casey Virginia Beach. Alma Outlaw, Betty Anne Phillips, Peggy Ann
1st row standing: Ruth Johns, Ruth Scott. Margaret Lewis, V.R. Neal. Alma Leta Sparks Audrey Kite Norma Sweeney. I
Ferguson, Delia Rosenberg. Jackie Selple. Minnie Lee Manor fleas 3rd row standing: Leslie Grlffls, Jimmy McRae, Dan Priest George
Lewis, Vivian Harley. Winkler Drew Reddish Clifton Grlffls. G.W. Teston Eldridge Hayes.
2nd row standing, -Edith, Melvin Martha Williams, Julia Grills Inex E.L. "Nook" Norman. Not shown Is Robert Cox.
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A/ BUS' Glass of 1949 Holds 40th Reunion .

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The Bradford. .County, ,High'School class of 1949 held its 40th reunion The reunion was held at the' Officer's Club at Camp Blanding where the
H recently.1' '" H '' group socialized after a short business meeting and a buffet meal servedon I
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Forty class members respJnded, along with wives husbands and the glassed-in patio.
.. friends:! :! "_ ". -

'l." ',,".!. irths in

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,f" ALAN MICHAEL PRESCOTTIs

Finally Home ,

Mike and Debi Prescott of Oaks Keystone Heights. Maternal
Kingsley Lake announce the birth of great grandparents are Larry and (
their son, Alan Michael born Annie Depew of Alto Estates. Mater
January 18 at Baptist Hospital nal great grandparents are Dyal
Jacksonville.Alan Michael has been Baldree and the late Alma Ricks
confined to the hospital since birth Baldree of Lake Geneva.
u ___ but has made a remarkable Paternal grandparents are
recovery and Is on his way home I Vaughn and Rachel Prescott of
Mr.and Mra. K.Clark
Thomas Alan weighed 8 Ibs. 12 oz. and was Kingsley Lake. Paternal great
18 3/4 Inches long at birth. He joins grandparents are Leonard and
BaldwinClarkWed Xilolta Delta Chapters_Beta<< Sigma Phi two sisters, Alicia, age 5 and Brit- Sarah Norman of Lawtey. Great

The Xiloita DettSChapter of Bets jgma Phi held their Valentine party tany, one year old. great grandmother is Zettie Padgettof
Feb ta.rJl COlIf\\>bP1l Maternal grandparents are Doris Lawtey.
us1Sndan !! and Maurice Overstreet of Keystone 1
January 20 wivesleriJoVeaTaellcious steak dinner prepared by Pat
.
.. Henry. Dancing, to the. "Oldie Goodies" was enjoyed by everyone Amber NI cole Lawson
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throughout the evening Marty and Misty Lawson of Starke Maternal great grandmother is Inez
Kelliene Ann Baldwin,daughter of 'hall. Mrs. Valeria Shuford greeted Reigning princess Sheila Hardee crowned the new Valentine Princess. announce the birth of a daughter, Koehler ofOcala.Paternal .
of Linda Mosley, at the beginning of the festivities.The Amber Nicole, born Feb. 6 in Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald D. Baldwin guests at the reception.The grandparents are
Starke, and Thomas Kennedy Clark, bride's table was covered in a husbands voted, Lawrence Mosley this year's Valentine Prince. Gainesville. She weighed 7 Ibs 4 oz. and Mrs. Henry Lawson of Starke.
February 20 at the clubs regular business meeting, the pledge ritual
son of Mr.and Mrs.Thomas C.Clarkof white linen cloth with a white lace Maternal grandparents are Mr. Paternal great grandmother is I
in ceremony for new member Karen Henry was held. Welcome, Sister and Mrs. Steve Varnum of Waldo. of Starke.
Hampton Lake, were united overlay. Centering the table was the Gladys Chester
Karen, from all the members of Beta Sigma Phi. I I111'I
marriage Saturday.January 20,at 3 traditional all white four-tiered wedding
m. in the First Baptist Church ofWaldo. cake. The cake was accented .. ? J..!, ,
The double ring ceremony with fresh flowers or rubrum lilies,
.tM7yrt1 ts1 fNMlw7rt I
baswaeuiperbolumedbyt.RettuvBotinan poxnsif fiOjrnaippSijanil.cedAr..TJie36I1! -ri. oJ'I"i;;::;; a 23T) gal ,ergo '
fos1Alvtielrif'-tmaleioiTO bride {1tir.! around the bof .,93JJ a7 'I' 79'rq ha "JII' l 1 .. ., I
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fan
'.Centering the choir loft was a the care and one the second ana t top 'c..t. "f" W 1'M.f1lOet'! ) !/ f_*
f h, shaped. 15-lite candelabra, with tiers.Silver candelabra with fuchsia I
,. spirals on either side. Candle trees candles was used on either side of .." :' '
and baskets of fresh white gladiolus the cake. Behind the bride's table
fungies, pours and carnations with was lattice work lined with fuchsia
N.
cedar were placed in front of the cloths. Mrs. Julia Alvarez aunt of 311 Temple Ave.Dear. .
chancel rail on adjoining sides of the the bride,made the cake,which was .., ,
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chancel altar. The unity candle was served by Mrs. Debbie Baldwin and 'J" ,
t, centered in front of the rail. On the Ms.Linda Ouelette.
lower level were ,two 21-candle The groom's table was covered Friend:
three-tier candelabras with burning with a white linen cloth and was ,.
en' \11' :' stu MI o
White and centered with chocolate cake in the kt'vngoq .
votive candles. mums a ; '. ,
,1 areaca palms were placed at van- shape of a baseball glove.Mrs.Betty
tage points throughout the front of Hildebrand, friend of the bride, ni990
of With
j the church. The family pews were made the cake,which was served by begins our 22nd year serving you
marked with fushcia bows and Miss Janyce Dempsey and Miss
tj' greenery of cedar and sprengerl. Debbie McLendon. the< finest quality drycleaning available. Whether
Nuptial music was provided by The round punch and coffee tables
pianist Mrs. Mary Ellen Johnson were covered in white linen cloths have been customer since the beginningor
you our
t and organist. Raymond Moody. with white lace overlays. Serving
Soloists were Randy Harris and Mr. punch were Miss Stefanie Alvarez,
few months want to know
;'f and Mrs. Raymond Moody. Mrs. Mrs. Brenda Hays Mrs. LouAnne ,for just a we you
Tracie Starling read poem entitled McCormick Mrs. Rhonda Miscally
"I Promise You My Love". and Mrs. Janelle Whitney, all that.we.-truly. appreciate your business as well as
Given in marriage by her father. cousins of the bride. Serving coffee
the bride wore a gown of vhigh was Mrs.Donna Gruen. your"friendship. As longtime members of the
Duchess satin featuring a neck The L-shaped food table had a
with a yoke of sheer illusion.The fitted fuchsia skirt with a white lace know and care about our
I bodice was adorned with Venlse overlay and held ad assortment of community, we
r' lace appliques and sprinkled with fingerfoods on silver trays.Assistingin '
tiny pearls. The full Bishop sleeves serving were Miss Shilynn Chaff. customers. You are never a number at New
I had matching lace medallions which Miss Tammy Dempsey Mrs. Mar-
I were also interspersed on the skirt tha Myrick and Mrs. Gwen Thorn Method Cleaners.
4" and the hem. Satin bows and a deep ton. Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson attended ..
.i .1We
ruffle cascaded down the back of the the gift table which was -
skirt which terminated In a semi- covered with a fuchsia cloth
cathedral train., ped with a white army/navy clot
Her fingertip veil and blusher of\illusion Both tables held fresh arrangementsof hold to an old-fashioned commitment to
was sprinkled with pearls and rubrum lilies fugles poms and
,attached to a wreath of silk: flowers carnations with cedar and excellence and customer satisfaction, but also r
and pearls. She carried a cascading sprengeri. The seating tables were
'crescent bouquet of fresh white covered with fuchsia cloths and listen when; speak about changing
; your
roses stephanotis freesia cedar centered with globe candles. Areca : you
and sprengeri accented with white palms and helium balloons\ were '
----.- placed at focal mints. throughoutthe needs.
Attending the bride as matron of reception area. ,
honor was Mrs. Deanna Coleman.She Mrs. Julia Alvarez, aunt of the
wore a tea length gown ,of bride directed the reception and
;
fuschla Moire taffeta with a helped with the entire wedding.. Little We :are proud to have served you all these
sweetheart neckline and above the' Misses Comic Sparks and Tatum
elbow sleeves. The scooped back Thrift passed out birdseed and potpourri with the finest drycleaning we could
was accented with a Urge bow and bags to the guests. years
three rows of ruffles. She carried a Following a wedding trip to forward to
'I cascade bouquet of fresh fumble\ Dahlonega, GA the couple now provide.. Now we're looking serving
rubrum lilies white fugi poms and reside on Hampton Lake.
f and fuchsia mini-carnations with The bride Is.a 1966 graduate of you;fox many more years with the finest
.:. :Cedar and sprengeri accented with Bradford High School and a 1989
i. .Irrldescent graduate of Santa Fe Community and. laundry around.
attendants Misses She drycleaning
is
.. .r Bridal were College. presently attendingthe .
.'_ Shawna Brown;Stacey Reddish and University of North Florida in
Michelle Sexton. They wore gowns Jacksonville to obtain a degree in '
identical to the elementary education. H . carried bouquets
:and matron of honor." Miss Nancy The groom Is a 1981 graduate of ''I'YQJl haven't already, give us a try. .. :we
Hildebrand was flower girl. She Bradford High School and is : .
wore a long gown similar to the employed\ by the Bradford County know you'll;be glad you did. ,

r other attendants. Property Appraisers Office. ., ,.
Attending the groom as best man .i" "" ', )'.1,
Groomsmenwere * '. ... "
was David Sparks. :t.- ,',. I ; '

: and Scott Mike Allen Jordan., Randall Crawford Junior On Friday January 19,the rehearsal ,, ',, .I' ., 4, j; ",, _. Sincerely, ..
Jeremy dinner for the Baldwin-Clark: 't n- > > : ; \ : ', .
was '
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Hildebrand. wedding'Was held at the Western r, -.4 : f"W'J; .
arrived at Steer Stoakhouse. f,2rtHl., '; '. "J'J. ,!,' '<, "". ,b
Greeting guests as they I IQu u-<,
the church were Mr. and Mrs. Day- The bead table was covered with a .. *\' "' -., .. 'j I '
ryl McLendon.Attending the bride a white cloth and held an arrangement .IIN" :r' j it'h",. % *
book was Mrs.Tracts Starling.Mrs. of fuchsia and white tulips poms : w ,
'Betty Alvarez and Mrs. Betty and alateomerla. The other tables a!ity Cleaning ; 'l ) Sylvia Thomas
f Hildebrand directed the wedd\JII.\ were covered with fuchsia cloths .'
the bride and centered with globe candles and hadgreenery. .
groom the mothers formed a wedding bells and fuchsia :. ,'. < : for the folks at -
.' and their puffs interspersed along the length ,. : ,. for22: years ,,. ,

."...' lassstJrytfifSra.- of the tables. ', I,' .. n' / ; I ;' New Method Cleaners

f -. they came out Tommy and Pat Clark parents of ,
going over to the NCe which the groom, hosted the dinner for the
was held In the dIurch fellowship 35 attendants aad guests. -4. ,,' qq

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-g from Bradford High School in 1981. The wedding will be held at the ---
Christine Kenney, The wedding Is scheduled for July First Baptist Church of Starke on LORDY! LORDY!
I I Engagements ] Scott BindleyTo 28. Saturday,Feb. 24,at 6 p.m.A reception -
All
Wed 28 will follow immediately. WHO'S
July friends and relatives are invited to LOOK
Pam attend. A will be provided.Pam .
Taylor, nursery
Mr. Brian Kenney of Danville
I N.Y. and Mrs. Donna Alvord of Jamie WhiteheadTo is a 1986 graduate of Bradford 40!!
Starke announce the engagement of
Wed Feb. 24 High School and employed by
their daughter,Christine Kenney,to Florida State Prison.
Scott Bindlev of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Taylor of
The bride-elect graduated from Lawtey announce the upcoming Jamie Is a 1985 graduate of Brad Birthday
Dansvllle Senior High in 1988 and is marriage of their daughter, Pamela ford High School and is employed by Happy
currently attending Santa Fe Com- Lynne, to James R. (Jamie) New River Correctional Institute.
munity College. Whitehead, son of Mr. and Mrs.
The bridegroom-elect eradicated Robert Whitehead of Starke.

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Terri Chuck Lynn Johnson Witt 1 Or More


Terri Lynn Witt,
Chuck JohnsonTo GROUND
Wed March 3
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Mr. and Mrs. Elvin D. Witt of Lb.
Alachua announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter, Terri '
,to Chuck Johnson,son of Anna -
Lynne B E E F SUN. MON. TUES. WED. THUH FRI. SAT.
Ruth Johnson of Starke and Her-

she The L.bride-elect Johnson, Sr.graduated of Hilliard.from L : 2S 19 20 _21' _22 23 24 Ij

Santa Fe High School,Alachua.
The bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom Prices In this ad good Monday,
Bradford High School,Starke. Feb. 19 thru Sunday, Feb. .s, 100.
The wedding will take place'on
March 3 at the First Baptist Church, WI//
Alachua. All friends and relatives of
the couple are cordially invited to attend

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Pamela Baucom, Blanc, Pink, Chablis, ', Classic 9 ,9 Ia Lb.

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Leonard Pamela Neal Elaine McElhenny Baucom were and King Premium Blush 299

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James L. Ormond,
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James Lynn Ormond and COTTAGE KIWIFRUIT Head Crisp "California1LETTUCE
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Christine Alivia Wells were married '
February 1,at 7:30: p.m.in the homeof FRIES /
Danny and Shirley Belcher at 309
Center Street in Starke, with Rev. $1.6& Stalk CrispCELERY
Charles Soper officiating. $139
Cherie Plympton of Lake Butler,
sister of the bride, and Travis
Belcher,cousin of the groom,servedas 9 9 C
attendants.A 5-8 Oz. (All Varieties)
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Outlines. Woman's ActivitiesThe Club r-----=::-- ::iHi:3i-,; : : : --, 11.9 Oz. Corn: Flakes/ 28 Oz. Frozen Banquet 16 Oz. Breakstone's

Junior Woman's Club of Save $Z i KEL 1L5 i FRIED CHICKEN CREAM'

Starke recently recognized the .. 1
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club members who M m MV MT TWO :
following were I
honored at the January Awards Banquet. GG9i
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They are: no l x. .. I C SOUgH
Club Woman of the Year: Norma 1 8
Donn. I L_..::________?n_FOOD___DON_, Isc.-----J!! FLA S.. Y
Rookie of the Year: Susan .
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Crawford. .
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Wooley.In President's. Choice: Cathy Banquet CRAM soup

Feebruary, the club installed a -
new executive board consisting of 27.5 Traditional/Meat/ 46 Oz. Mt. Olive 240z.- Sealtest
President, Cathy Wooley; 1st vice MushroomHUNT'S 8 Oz. COTTAGE CHEESED.
President, Susan Jackson, 2nd vice KOSHER DILLS SHREDDED MOZZARELLA
SPAGHETTI SAUCE
president Nancy Thomas 3rd vice
president Tammy demons;

Treasurer Secretary,Lorna Susan Reddish.Crawford; $169--=

members.The Good luck. to this years staff and 99 0-H asa_ INonrelL1

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Junior Woman's Club Is a nonprofit -
organization whose members
volunteer their time for civic and t w. S: ____ _
community minded functions. Someof
the activities are:
8.25 Oz. Chicken Fettucini/
Special OlympicsStrawberry Pageant 40 Off 22 Oz. Dish DetergentSUNLIGHT 42 Oz. 40 Off 10 Oz. Chicken Enchilada/

Downtown Restoration'Chlldren's FAB DETERGENT i 9.125 Oz. Beef Enchilada Ranchero
Area"Antique WEIGHT WATCHER'SFROZEN

Santa Fe Show Community College ,,,r'-.,, ENTREE
Festival of the Arts, Children'sArea"

t NICE baskets r..

Families Against Drugs
Partnership for Success
Christmas Angels
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group This( la or a hardworking organization cluo-needs your a There is a Food lion conveniently located near you: FQQD LION

volunteer group for a good cause, '
please call the club president Cathy U 301 South K"-: .
Wooley 9M4066 and they'll do what Deerlbol Village ShopplntKi nter ; ; :
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address Is 925-E North Temple Avenue, regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the prescribed.Board Indian Lake Woods lot 7: A parcel of
Starke, Florida 32091. on or before Council Room of .ark.City Hall Stork., of County Commissioners land situated In the Southeast One

[Legal Notices March 19, 1990. and file the original with. Florida Tuesday. February 27, 1990 Bradford County Florida Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof
the clerk of this Court either before service and make a recommendation to the I tchg 2/22, Cont. No,.',;.. Section 24, Township B South, Range

on Husband's attorney or Immediately Board el County Commissioners and the P.O. Number 3832 22 Eest Bradford County Florida; saidparcel

ji thereafter otherwise a' Board will consider on Wednesday being more particularly describedas
default will be entered against you for March 21, 1990. at the Commissioners NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR follows: Commence at a concrete

the relief demanded In the petition Room of the Bradford County Courthouse REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO monument at the most Westerly' comer
IN THE 1 IN RE The
Of THE CIRCUIT COURT THOMAS: Marrlag. of DATED this 8th day of February 1990. Stark. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an THE LAND USE PLAN of lot :20 of KEYSTONE CJ.UB ESTATES
EIGHTH JUDICIAL Husband MARSHALL FERGUSON RAY NORMAN Ordinance relating to An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive UNIT ONE REPLAY; as recorded In Plat

OF CIRCUIT OF THE!STATE and Clerk of the Court The mooing of the following described Land Use Plan Element and Book 3, Page 51 of the public records of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR TERRESA By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk property and amending the Comprehensive Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance Bradford County Florida and fvn N

BRADFORD COUNTY Wife ANN KIEMM-FERGUSON. 2/S 4tchg 3/08; Cont. No.375 Land U.. Plan to provide with the local' Government 29>I6'20"W. 64.54 feet to on Iron pipe;

CIVIL DIVISION that land currently zoned OR and Comprehensive: Planning Act of 1975 as thence run N B8*15')4". W, 122.52 feet to
CASE NO. 89.432-CA. TO NOTICE OF CLAIM NOTICE Or- designated by the plan as Open Mural provided for In Chapter 163 of the an Iron pipe; thence run S 2916'20" E,
MID STATE TRUST II, a <'1 : TERRESA ANN KLEMM-FERGUSON be rezoned Florida Statutes.TO .
to and
FORFEITURE ACTIONIN ILW designated In 116.69 feet to an Iron pipe: thence run N
YOU
Delaware Business Trust, ARE NOTIFIED that an action for dustrial/Light ft the : All Citizens, I
Plaintiff dissolution Warehousing, property Taxpayers and other 8905'00" W 113.31 feet to an Iron pipe
of marriage has been filedagainst RE: Forfeiture of one 1985 Lincoln of jeannie Curverson, described as Interested persons. and the Point of Beginning; thence continue
v.. you. You are required to serve a Continental V.I.N. 1LNBP96F3FY626273; follows: M4837-O-OOOOO In Section 15. You and each of You are hereby and N 89WOO" W. 110.0 feet to on Iron
of
CLARA E. LEE copy the action your written Petitioner defenses If any to one 1977 Chrysler Newphrt. V.I.N. Township 7, Rang 22 East Approximately herewith given notice In accordancewith pipe: thence run S 001409" W. 224.66

a Defendant single womanV.I, 't 1 e and, address on I. THOMAS whose MARSHALL name CL41N7D2632B4 and one 1963 Ford Pick 3 acres, located on Rood 100 Florida Statutes that the Board of feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S

FERGUSON lawtey Careetlonalln.lltu. up, V.I.N. F25CN35169B. South approximately 2 1/2 miles on the County Commissioners of Bradford 89*43'55" E, 76.60 feet: thence run
TO: ANY AND ALL SECURITY INTEREST right. County Florida have designated with
tion. P.O. Box 229. DCH51770. lawley the Easterly a curve concave Northerly,
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Florida 32058-0229 on or before March HOLDERS You are further given NOTICE that a Bradford County Zoning and Planning sold curve having a central angle' of

06. 1990 and file the with the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is Board to conduct a public hearing at a 10-5V39", a radius of 308.64 feet an arc
TO: CLARA E. LEE, If allv.or dead her Clerk of this Cojjrt either original before serviceon above described, vehicles have been available for your Inspection at the office regular meeting h.ld at 7:00: p.m. In the length of 98.91 feet and a chord bearing

unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, Petitioner or Immediately thereafter seized' by the City of Starke Pollc. of the Director of Zoning and Planning Council Room of Storke City Hall Starke, and distance of N B4>48'6"" E, 58.41 feet

grantees, creditor! and all other parties otherwise a (udgement will be enteredto ; Department pursuant to Fla. Stat. City Hall. Thompson Street Stark. Florida on Tuesday, February 27 1990 to on Iron pipe; thence run N 061501"
claiming by through under 01 against the relief demanded In the 932701. This seizure occurred on or Florida. ant make a recommendation to the W 219.23 feet to the Point of Beginning.

h.,. WITNESS my hand and the seal petition.of this about November 19, 1989, at Stark, Each and every person having any Interest Board of County Commissioners and the Indian Lake Woods, Lot 8: A parcel of
Whole Residences are unknown Court on January 04. 1990. Bradford County, Florida. Tta City of whatever In the enactment of this Board will consider on Wednesday, land situated In the Southeast One
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action KAREN E. Starke Police Department holds the proposed ORDINANCE should appear March 21, 1990 at the CommissionersRoom Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof

to lorecloie' a mortgage ron the As Clerk of RUSHING the Court above-described vehicles at the Police and be heard at the time and place' of the Bradford County Courthouse Section 24 Township 8 South. Range

following property In Bradford County. Sarasota Florida Department Headquarters, 205 W. Starke. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an 22 East Bradford County Florida; said
County prescribed.Board
Florida to-wlt: : 2/01 4tcho 2/22 Adklns Street Stark, Florida.A of County Commissioners Ordinance relating to: parcel being more particularly described
Section 25 Township t South'': Rang. Petition will be filed In the Circuit Bradford County Florida The rezoning of the following described as follows: Commence at a concrete
22 Eon, located 'In the South 1/2 of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Court of the Eighth Judicial' Circuit In and Uchg: 2/22; Cont. No.370 prop.rty and amending the Comprehensive monument at the most Westerly cornerof
SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described as: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR for Bradford County Florida on or about P.O. Number 3832 Land Use Plan to provide Lot :20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES

Comm.nc. at the point where the North BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA March 26 1990 to begin forfeiture proceedings that land currently toned RSF-MH and UNIT ONE REPLAT as recorded In Plot

'ROW line of a county graded road (which CAVE NO 90-78-CA on the vehicles described' NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR designated by the plan as Residential Book 3, Page 51 of the public record. of
runs along the South edge of the SE 1/4 IN THE MATTER OF THE above. REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO Single Family/Mobile Home, be rezonedto Bradford County, Florida and run N
of SW 1/4)) Intersects the Westerly ROW ADOPTION OF: Any persons or parties claiming an Interest THE LAND USE PLAN ILW and designated IndustrialLightA 29>16'20" W. 64.54 feet to an Iron pipe;

of SR-225; run th.nc. West along ROWof JOHN ROBERT GILMORETO In the above described property An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Warehousing the property of Darby thence run N 88" 13'l1" W 122.52 feet to

graded ,road to the point where It Intersects must contact In writing Terence M. Land Use Plan Element and Bloodgood described as follows: Parcel an Iron pipe; thence run S 39>16'20" E.
the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 : RONALD LEE GILMORE Brown P.A., Post Office Box 40 Stark, Map by Bradford County Florida In accordance '105552-0-00000 In Section 13, Township 116.69 feet to an Iron pip and the Point
for FOB. From PQB continue West 20-A Atlantic Oaks CircleSt. Florida 32091-0040, prior to the filing of 8 of thence
) along with the local Government Range 22 East 9O'JC310.09', located on Beginning; continue 529'16'20"
Augustine Florida the forfeiture action herein described.
ROW 80 feet; runMheike North parallel Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as Stat. Road 100 South 9 miles on the 'left. E, 160.99 feet to en Iron pipe; thence run
to the East line of SE 1/4 of SW 11... 250 NOTICE OF ACTION TERENCE M. BROWN, P.A. provided for In Chapter 163 of the You are further given NOTICE that a S 6l1'4<<1' W. 85.00 feet to an Iron pipe;
f..t; run thence East,'jtarall.l YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Post Office Box ...0Stork. thence with
to of said
ROW Florida Statutes.TO copy proposed ORDINANCE Is run Southwesterly a curve
80 feet the adoption of a minor child has been ., Florida 32091.0040
: run thence South to ROW. 250 All available for concave Northerly sold curve having a
at the
filed : Citizens Taxpayers and other your Inspection office
and
f..t to POB. you ore required to serve a ((904))964 B272
Interested persons. of the Director of Zoning and Plann. central angle of 183846", a radius of

has been filed against you and you are copy It. on of EUGENE your written F. SHAW defenses Petitioners, If any Attorney to Attorneys 2/15 2tchg for 2/22 COS; Cont.Police No.Dept.378 You and each of You are hereby and ing City Hall Thompson Street Stark, 308.64 feet an arc length of 100 44 feet,
required to serve a copy of your written herewith given notice In accordancewith Florida. and a chord bearing and distance of S
whose address
defenses. any to If,,on the Plaintiff's Temple Avenue, Stark.,Is Florida 925 E 32091 North NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida Statutes that the Board of Each and every person having any Interest 700304" W, 100.00 feet; thence run N
attorney whose name and address Is: before REGISTER County Commissioners of Bradford whatever In the enactment of this 061501" W. 219.23t to an Iron pipe:
March
on or 22 1990 and file the
Harry M. Hobbs, Esquire thence run S 890500" E, 113.21 feet to
County. Florida have designated the proposed ORDINANCE should appear
original with the clerk of this court FICTITIOUS NAME
Harry M, Hobbs,. P.A. either before service on Petitioner's attorney Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Bradford County Zoning and Planning and be heard at the time and place an Iron pipe and the Point of Beginning.
P.O. Box 20448 Reserving an easement for utilities
or Immediately thereafter, otherwise Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Board to conduct a public hearing at a prescribed.
Tampa Florida 33622-0448' regular held at 7:00 the Board of County Commissioners across the Easterly 7.5 feet thereof.
meeting In
a default will be entered against undersigned Raymond D. Hall and Don p.m.
and file the original with the Clerk of Indian lake Woods, Lot 9: A parcel of
Council Room of Stark Hall Stark Bradford County Florida
you forth, relief demanded In the peti na L. Hall. Rt. 5 Box 579-F-1. Lake City, City ,
the above styled Court on'or 'land situated In the Southeast One
before tion. Florida 32055 joint owners, doing Florida en Tuesday. February 27. 1990. I tchg 2/22: Cont. No. 368
March 2: 1990 otherwise Quarter of the Southwest One
; o:Judgementmay WITNESS my hand and the seal of this business under the firm name of STARKE and make a recommendation to the P.O. Number 3832 Quarterof
be entered against you for the court on the 13th day of February 1990. AUTO TECH 649 N. Temple Avenue Board of County Commissioners and the Section 24. Township 8 South Rang
relief demanded 22 East Bradford Florida ..oldparc.1
In the Complaint County ,
or Board will
Ray Norman Stork. Florida 32091 Intends to register consider on Wednesday IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
Petition. described
Clerk of the Court sold fictitious name under the aforesaid March 21. 1990. at the CommissionersRoom JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR being more particularly
WITNESS my hand and the seal of sold By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk statute. of the Bradford County Courthouse BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA as follows: Begin at a concrete monument

Court on January 22 1990. 2/15 4tchg 3/08, Con. ho. 377 Dated this 19th day of February A.D. Starke. Florida at 7:30 p.m. an CIVIL ACTION NO. 89.309.CA at the most Westerly comer of Lot
HON. RAY 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES UNIT ONE
NORMAN Ordinance relating' to: FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida
1990 In Bradford County Florida.
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH The rezoning of the following described corporation. REPLAT; as recorded In Plot' Book 3, Page
By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 2/22 4tpd 3/15 property and amending the Comprehensive Plaintiff 51 of the public records of Bradford

2/01 4tchg 2/22, Cant. No. 359 BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA land Use Plan to provide vs County Florida and run N 2916'20" W,
NOTICE OF 64.54 feet to an Iron thence N
CASE NO 89.609-CA APPLICATIONFOR pipe; run
that land zoned CG and JACK M.
IN THE CIRCUIT currently COURTNAY Individually The
COURTOF : 8815'14' W, 122.52 feet to an Iron ,
IN RE: The Marriage of: REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO pip.
THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL RANDY EUGENE CRAWFORD THE LAND USE PLAN designated by the plan as Commercial Unknown Heirs Devisees. Grantees, thence run S 2916'20" E, 116.69 feet to.
\ "* General, be rezoned to Cl, and Assignees, Lienors Creditors Trusteesor
CIRCUIT IN AND F{ R' Husband An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive an Iron pipe; thence continue S 29'16'20"
SARASOTA COUNTY FLORIDA and Land Use Plan Element and designated Commercial Intensive, the Other Claimants claiming by through E, 160.99 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run
FAMILY LAW DIVISION JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY CRAWFORD Bradford Florida In property of Frank a Ann Gagllo described under or against JACK M. COURTNAY, N 6043'40" E, 105.00 feet to on Iron pipe
Map by County. accordance
as follows: Parcel' 5649-A-01403 In who Is not known to be dead
Case alive,
Number 89.6475 Wife. with the local Gov.rnmentCompr.h.n.lv. or on the West line .l said Lot 20; thencerun
Section 13 Township 8, Range 22 East, JACK COURTNAY AND
ASSOCIATES
NOTICE OF ACTION Planning Act of 1975 as N 2916'20" /; along sold West line,
150'x200 on Road 100 behind Keystone INC., a Florida corporation; BERNARDOA. ISO.00 feet to N" Point of
STARKECHURCH'OF CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTY provided for In Chapter 163 of the BegInning.
CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILDRENTO Florida Statutes.TO Inn.You BAR8ERAN and OVIDA T. BARBERAN Reserving an easement for utilitiesacross
are further given NOTICE that a husband and wile, and CLAY ELECTRIC the 7.5 feet thereof.
: JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY Westerly
GOD All Citizens and other
: Taxpayers
CRAWFORD 713 Thomas Street Starke, Interested copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is COOPERATIVE. INC.. a Florida corporation Indian Lake Woods, lot 10 A parcel of
421 N. St.Clair 964-S44S persons.r.YfiU available for your Inspection at the office Defendants. land situated' In the Southeast One
." John .' s 11olda :Jm.1 and each at You are hereby and of the Director of Zoning and Plann- NOTICE OF SALE
.
nlfostor.- i.YOU-ARE NOTIFIED i that an action for herewith notice In accordance Quarter of the Southwest One Quarter
i tM9 In woiJhjpllltfl w ; emOMfTWN-OrWuXRRIAaW 61191hdri'Oi" ltcwltfVf1brlcU, given Statute that the (t&ard] of" Inlll..C .'.Jhompsan-Street, ,Starke.* :-Nollce I Is, Jiereby iNert! that pursuant ., of.Seorlon,21,.. _hl"'i J:South flange
iii -Afl NUI'S r *MINOR-:.CHILDREN. AND OTHER'*II ". County Commissioners of Bradford Florida.and to ban.order or. a final" Judg......,' of 22 East. Bradford County. "orldal'iald

Sunday School .---.:_ to unMomJnSWanhip I RELIEF has been filed against you and County Florida have designated the Each every person having any Interest foreclosure entered In the above- parcle being mar particularly' described
whatever In the enactment of this captioned I will sell
___;"-_ n sat I you are required to serve a copy of your Bradford County Zoning and Planning action the property as follows: Commence at a concrete
ORDINANCE should situated In Bradford '
Evening Service _____1 'JIll' written defense If any fo It on EUGENE Board to conduct a public hearing at a proposed appearand County Florida 'ee Legal lOA ,
WedMd y Youth ._..._.......__. 730 I F. SHAW. Hii"hnnH'* ottornev whose be heard at the time. and abate described as. page
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40x76 opened 6 chairs:$125. per month. SR Fort FOR,,.SALE" i I.. "L _,
Matching hutch $125. Conv.cllon ov.n 100 across from Lake Geneva. Call Farm. White. Container grown Your area.7,840-$69,485. Call II. t.... .1MARY'S {"
peaches, nectarine, plums, fig., and 1-OO2-838-8885. Ext R9127. 3tpd. 2/8,
$35. Baker's rack $20. loveseot $15, 2end 473-7566 or 4737810. poor, $6. Japan., persimmons ft 2.Grapn 2/15 222.NEEDED VARIETY SHOP: Sales,wicker CHEST OF DRAWERS, S50J;'Watcnlno
tablai $10, largo lamps $20 .* 4mos pd10264390HOUSE $3. Blueberries, $3. Open DAYCARE HOMES IN UNION used furniture appliances TV's, night stand $20;,matching tnllTon",
arclia bike $45. 4733168. 1tpd/2-22 ON BEAUTIPUL-Sltver Lake. Nice Mon-Sot. 8 a.m. Ill 6 p.m. Closed Sun- COUNTY Must b. licensed. For more microwaves VCR's You name It, I $20;wall unit$501.corner stand,''$ &?;

clean. 3BR., unfurnished W/D day. 44972621. Let ring. 3tchro. 2/8, Info contact Suwonnee Valley 4.c'. ot carry ill.Alwas looking for such Items. rocking chair.$65::All excellent .
HELP WANTED. $." /ma. 4732440. 1tpd2-22 2/15,1/22. 18005425456. 3tchg. 2/22 3/1, 3/8. Stop In if you wish to sell something tion. 064-4803. T2 *
NEAR MELROSE: 14x65 Mobile hOme. I HEAVY DUTY STEEL WINCH WAVER foi 304 E. Call St., 964-3250. Eveningscall TIRES AND RIMS FOR SALE: FourRVT
CAREER IN REAL ESTATE-Wo train. Call 2 BR. 1 BA.CH/A.One yr.old.Clean. full size truck. $150. OBO. call Joaon at MOBILE HOMES 964-5813. Don't call alter.9pm. non-directIonal; Wild Country
Dean Waver Watson Realty Corp. on 1 acc$295/bldg. Washer/dryer 9648791. tfn. TFN .12 1250x15x33, $300; four aluminum
REALTORS 473-4816 or 475-2272, hookup. .Phone 17774501. 1 DRAWTITI HITCH for full size truck. FOR SALE HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 10-Inch rims, $100 or $350 forlr sjl
6mochg-11-30- 14753468. 13 $8O. call Jason at 9648791. tfn. storage buildings, garages, green and rims. pall 8$4-3939 toep,.!trj/lftg! j
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PART-TIMS-Or full-time, oxparlorwcd 1 FIBERGLASS TOOLBOX for full size 190 14' wide$120 month. Call Johnat houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT Hwy 12
hairdresser. Call Debbie or Joyce. PERSONALTIACTOI truck. $75.Call Joaon at 9648791. TFN. 36451975tchrg125222.per 301 South 964-8848 TFN12X21 25 INCH COLOR CONSOLE TV: Sears'

4734940. 2tchg2-22/3-l SPECIAL 190 14' X 70'Three bedroom 2 t2 model Work good cable read .$150
WORK-buoh-hogglng. back 10 PC. PITT CROUPnever used over bath free set-up B delivery. $650 CARPORT $ 90.NO DOWN OBO. 909 N. Thompson SL '
FOUND blade and disking. Free estimates. f 1800 value sacrifice $695. 4962934. down. $157 a month. Coll for free PAYMENT.Handi House portable 12WEDDING
$25.00 per hour. 473-4849 2tchrg 222322. credit check. 3645197. Stchrg. 1/25. buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- DRESS size 5-8.beaded top.
4tchgl/25-2/15 Gill 01.ft.CHEST FREUERI.M than one 8848 TFN 12 circular tralne
2/22. And veil $50. Maroon"prom
SILVER lOCKET-Found at Car Wash by REPAIR work year old. Bar.ly used asking $300. Call HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur '
ROOFING AND Quality at 190 DOUILEWIDES 24' X.44' Three ALICIA or bridesmaid. dress,sz1; $40.,
Post Ott Ic.. Call Monitor 4732210. .
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reasonable Call itpd 2/22. Gaskins.782-3l40.tfn 12 .
rates. George at bedroom 2 bath wood siding shingle 964-3475. 12'' V- '
473-2977 or 473-3480 (home), 5 ACRES ON OLUSTEE_ CREEK. must (..II.e..11 roof. $800 down. $190 a month. Call BULL MASTIFF PUPPIES AND QUAR- PEVEY TKO 65 AMPLIFIER. Like new.
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NOTICE 4tchg2.1.22HOUSECLEANINGWeekly p 1ft call JOA.ft U4. Jim or John at 36451975tchrg. 1/25 TERHORSE GELDING: For Information $150. Bass Guitar.,Good condition.
bi-weekly PERSONAL SERVICESWELL 2/22. ,call Nancu.468-2527 leave mes $25. 9642105. 12 ,
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted monthly. 3 years experience LARGE 1ftD 3VX7V Skyline 4 bed.. 2 sage. 12HAY FULL SIZE 5 PC. BEDROOM OUTFIT'
to the Lake Region Monitor office References available. 4755831. Ask DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS bath. Living room 4 den. S percent FOR SALE: Large Coastal rolls. with headboard; 6 po. front room out
In writing and paid In advance for Debbie. "Ipdl231BINGOI.Sundayaft.moon mon Well and Tank Dor- down Free credit check. Call Jim. 964-8613 12 fit; bunk beds; single bed;; med. sz.
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this oHIce.MONITOR p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m. vie. Inttollollon./ :Pumpssols, a.r- 190 14' x 80 Three bedroom 2 both. County. Brokers protected. Looking 12ONE .
STAFF CANNOT 8E HELD American: legion Highway 21 N. New Installation septic tanks dralnfl.ld IKftatlona. Free setup and delivery. $750 down, for quick sale. Call George 1-813- KING SIZE'WATER BEDOne; queen
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 8tpd-2-8/3-29 r.palrt. Contact $189 per month. Call: ask for Jim or 7960106. 12 size water bed; one radial arm saw.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER YARD WORK-Blowlng. raking light haul- s7752OO4L.x Bryan Jonos-.(2752716.Sk..t.r) John 3645197. Stchg. 1/25.2/22 IRONING DONE: Fast reasonable. Call! Call 964-8396 after 8 p.I'fI.12 "

THE TELEPHONE. Ing odd |lob.. 473-4055. 4tchg2-22/3-IS Afl.r 6 Slot* llcnsa All work 1979 FLEETWOOD MOBILE HOME 14X70 473-0136. ask for Rose. 12 GARDEN PLANTS: Broccoli cauliQOwer.collards. ,
. Classified deadline It 11:00: a.m. Tuesday ONE CALl-We'll do It all. Housecleaning guor.nla.d-p.m. .stlmot.s. 1/25 3/2 central heat/air. $7825 Firm. WASHER& DRYER:Almond color$200 ,tomatoes,and others by the,
, prior to Thursday's publication. painting yard work small repairs.Call 2/22 th.n/ tfnNETH.ESTREE Stpd. Power pal. $200. for both Call 964-5672. 12 dozen bundles or\100'bundles 431-
Minimum charge$3.50 for IS words, Robert or Shirley. 4730713. 496-2589.Itchrg. 1981 FIRECIRD: Excellent condition. 1200. Pat Dickens, Raiford., ,
then IS cents for each additional word. 2tpd2.22/3.1 SERVICE:All types tree MOIBILE HOME OR TRAILER FOR SALE Asking $3200. OBO. Call 468-1637. 12 ; :
If bills are mailed out there will be a FLOOR work. 49812326. tfn 17 ,.14X60 :2br. Iba. central air like new 12GREEN THREE PIECE SOFA. LOVE SEAT'S!
$3.00 billing charge. SAQQIN.DOOR 9500. Rent to own with $SOD down. CANE SEED& TWO ANTIQUE CHAIR: Floral design, $75 rocker/
DHAGGINHOUSE OUT OF ;
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171 HELP WANTED Powells 4963377. Itpd. 2/22. CARS: 1953 FordCu.tom. 1962 Olds recliner $25. King size
LEVEL??LaRue Service for waterbed
Leveling OUBLEWIDI MOBILE HOME on 3 acr... Ph. 964-6404.
Keystone His., FL 32656 88. 271 Alton Road framaandheadboard$50
all your foundation repairs. 4737721. all fenced. Coll after 8:30: p.m.: Starke, FL 12 Days,782-
TFN 17 ATTENTION EARN MONEY READING 4963344. I tchrg. 2/22. 3893;eves and weekends 964-5803..
FOR SALE POP UP CAMPER: 1975 Bo alr. Air 12 '
BEAUTY SALON: Very attractive well BOOKSI $32,000/y.ar Incom. pot.n- conditioned heater refrigerator
located. Melrose-Keystone area. tlol. D.lalls. 1(602)838-8885( ) .xt. DOUBLEWIDE WITH 3 APPPOX.
CLUBS And shoes, bowling of Sleeps 7. Call 964-5375
LADIES GOLF storage.
Record Owner needs to sell. Will finance. VR BK9127. 2/1 4tpd. 2/22 ACRES: 34000. 462-4543 or 416-, after 12 \ HOMES FOR SALE
Hlgh-FI 4j
ball Grundlg Moeitlc| p.m.
ATTENTION EASY WORK 3505.4
EXCELLENT
and Business Brokers, 378-7663. $$ SACRIFICE$$ Steel
tank stand SACRIFICE.
fish
Player 2 curios,
PAYI Ass.mbl. products at horn. 1985 14X70 FIESTA SEVILLE: 2 BR, 2
microwave oven electric fireplace, Details 1(602)838-8885.( ) Ext. W-9127 BA Cathedral ceilings: ,masoniti riding building manulactureranxious CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES:: Comfortable -.
BOATS FOR SALE
desk and chair, louna chair. 4751595. 2/1 4tpd. 222A"ENTION.IARN excellent: condition.Equity aid excess: inventory.Bestposslble prices.\ 2 BR 1 BA home. On three lots*
UTILITY TRAILER'S X 8. Closed utility MONEY TYPING AT assume payments of $195,58 pt.r Immediate delivery. Freight Included.21x28.$199528x3O.$258935x40.. ((1.25 ac.) Lots of trees, lake accessprivileges.
trailer Complete weight-lifting set. Including STUMPKNOCKER-9.5 Johnson Motor HOME ; Only 34.000ICall: Trevor
$32,000/y.ar income potential. month. Call after 5 p.m., 496-263:
bench. 4751595. 1tpd2-22 trolling motor never used In orlg.box. Details, 1(602)838-8885( ) .xt. T9127. 4 $3755; 40x42, $413454..60.; $7196. at Century 21 Showcase Properties;
12X10 FT. SHED-Wood. Window. wscreens. / 475-1595. ltpd2-22 2/1 4tpd. 2/22 Other sizes available.Call 180068 Broker. 473-4903. 16

Very good condition. $400. LAKE BUTLER APPAREL COMPANY NOTICE 5700.12 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES.
473-1125 after 6 p.m. 2tchg2-22/3-1 YARD SALESNEED WANTS YOU Are you a dedicated person NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS& TROLL- from $1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax
MOTOR HOME: 28 ft Allegro. Loaded. who has experience In the sewing ING MOTORS:1989& 1990 models. property. Repossession Call 1-602-

Low mileage. A-1 Condition. 454 TO the HAVE-o hassle* Call yard us sale at the but PACK don'twont field (side seamen needed) Or are CLASSIFIED to ADVERTISING the Union County should Times be submitted office -- Below most dealers Invoice-100%financing 838-8885.. Ext.. GH17283..,
available. Marine Sales. Toll 16
Chev. Call
chassis. 473-
27500. Interested In ( .
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2988. 12 RAT. Get rid of It all at once for a fair offer: paid vacations paid holiday, unless In credit writing Is and paid establishedwith In advance Free, 1-800-544-2850.days 8 am- FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR;T 1/2 Bath
already
price. 473-2183 for .
appalntm.nt.3tchg211IS.223.1 12GENEROUS CB home.
credit union profit shoring attendance this office. Living room dining kitchen
HOMES FOR SALE Incentive C medical X (life In- THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD DISCOUNTS: Free color large family room w/fireplace built-
ATTENTION BARGAIN HUNTERS-50- catalog, over 100 varieties baby in bar. Screened In back
surance. Apply In person at: 650 S.E. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN porch small
MOBILE HOME-Three 2BR and one 3BR Family Garage Sol., Saturday 2nd St. Lake Butl.r.2tchrg. 2/15 2/22. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER chicks,geese,ducks guineas game- pool. Fenced backyard, bam w/etecv
unlt.990 to $1990. Call 4737566. February 24, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. FREE BE ON TV many needed for commer THE TELEPHONE. birds equipment Write: Protection tridty. 9645647. 16'

Must move.3tpd/l-4M8,2-1 2.15. garage sale spaces are available for cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting Classified deadline Is MONDAY, 5 Hatcheries, Box 370.Pratt,KS 67124. 3 BR 2 BA Block Home. Many extras.On
ASSUME LARGE VA MTG-on this cute this sale. The sale will be held at WATSON 1-800-835-0130. 12 3 lots close
Info Call
asa to Steel
615-779-7111 Ext. T-1232. P.M., prior to Thursday publication. town( Mill. .Road. ).
button 2BR home in the heart of REALTY, North Hwy 21. To reserve 2tpd.2/22.3/1. GARBAGE COMPACTOR: Sears Call 964-7830. '16 .. '
Minimum charge I. 15 words for$3.50
Keystone Heights. Lake Geneva accessone your space call WATSON REALTY TAKE CARE OF THREE CHILDREN at their th.n 15 cents for each word thereafter Kenmore works good. $55. Nego- 2 BR ON ONE ACRE: Located on Road
block. Call Sue Still 4730723. CORP. at 4734816. ltchrg2-22 Lake Butler horn. Call 4962017. JOrS THRIFT SHOP CR 18. Hours: 7 daysa tiable. 964-2815. 12 100 E of Starke.Lg. screened porch
Redfearn Richardson Realty 4731136. MOVING-115 S. W. Peach St.. Friday and 2tchrg. 2/22. 3/1. week, 2-8 p.m. SECTIONAL SLEEPER SOFA: Beige fireplace carport$29,500.964-8827.
4tchg2/22.3/15 Saturday. 9 a.m. til. 1tpd2-22: CERTIFIED WELDER must have G6 eer- LOST Small sofa cushion SR 231. Between excellent: condition $250. Craftsman 18.
tlflcatlon. Call Gene at 4961139. l.B. and Galnsvllle- found Riding Mower. $250. 473118. TFN IN HAMPTON:2 BR, 1 BA home.Window

ANIMALS NETTLES TREE tchrg. 2/22. please call- 496-3162. !tp<4. 2/22.. SEARS 8 HP TASK HANDLER TILLER: air carpet,stove\ ,refrig 18000.468
Asking$500;Ludwig Snare Drum set, 1325 i,

GROOMINO-AII breeds dogs/cats. Also SERVICE.Trimming' .. CARS.AND TRUCKS .> FOR SALE complete $75; Smith Corona Auto- NEAT 2 Bit. 1 ;
ri'dn l tw;12 elsctrio typewriter,$$60,782--
pet-sitting service from tropical fish, IQ I I _
; .1 J-100 4d beS, *a SbfMfll : 12."nt
AWORTHINGTONSPRINf t
hones. "73',9512. Itpd2.22 77 FORD Completely i r d-=;. New JS'r' FARMALL TRACTOR: Griffis Loop..Call ,
everything from front to back and TION:.' 2 1/2 ACRES. $1200; ors 964-3902. 12 ""- .
LAND FOR SALE under the hood. Call and make an offer $1700 DPmt and assume payment ol '.' '. '
I 964-8791 ask for Jason. TFN. $462-4543 or 4963505.Large .
Specializing Removal of
3.2 ACRES-Overlooking lake In Melrese Dangerous Trees 77 TOYOTA CORROLA. 17500. ton 0 IL. _illI
Worktruck 67 Chevy.$450.00.
area large oaks. 16000. 4752733. FREE Estimates
496-271B.ltpd.2/8.
4tchgl-2.22 Licensed .& Insured
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SMOKERISE SUBDIVISION:Lot for sale. Paying for college has never been easy
Call '
125x290,Owner financing. Call 473- 496-1326 Thomas e Lake D. Nettles Butler' : z."tJ' OR 'SA: :'u.t1''r..u.A.. .it''< But you can make it a lot easier.Join the
2988. 12 w p'"" ]:
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,,j --....... $'F ilI''fD' "wffMm'.w'gYt,1., !",,<> Like up to$5,000 in education assistance. Plus anThere

Trafie additional $2.000 enlist
A heat or Small Loads'of Limerock are big ment bonus.Plus


wiIlleeLr r M Tractor, Work Backhoe Bulldozer bucks for college $11.000 minimum over salary the of course.

anyone in the of a!. six-year enlistment'
0964 6182$. 9645823 646095 Montgomery ,All for about two ,

comfortaMetpa GI I Bill. days a month-and two*

; weeks a year.You'll '."\0.

DURRANCE PUMP &: SUPPLY discover many other benefits too. New., .l
with. R dimensions of experience and training. PX and ij

/ .. commissary privileges. Retirement benefits and. to;

-=-.... lowcost life insurance. Even opportunities to :'

Buy theTkui XL 1200bwepum ..., travel on military flights when space permits.. .

errs!.t I"'.bound to provide; a long-lasting u feelini'' And most important I,
PH! .I comfort Because: the XL 1200 V a_
,,1 qd: t heat I"P! s backed by an odutivt manufacturers you'll be there when peoFLORIDA ,.
k 10 year IimJtedtyanboththe ;. pie in community
191 your ": : .... :f.
and amt And < 1"T'1"TT'7.'
compressor plus yean on parts __ .y)
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the unit'super h IIh efficiency helps reduce your your help most _
energy usage aO year.long Calf Bk. That gives you a good J

XL today 1200 for lint more pump details.Financgf on the flKl TSsUHaT* Pump Sales & Service On All Makes feeling. Along with four __ .:

q.vaiIa; years of college assistance. __ ,'
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COWARTAir For one weekend '
NA'I'IONAL'a
Well Drilling month,and two weeks

Conditioning Contractors Residential &: Irrigation a year.Get Gal.nft ?!-r.

started today Call '.
,8erHntf Bradford eg.ty9648025 Lie #1305 -,*
SGT David Kirkland
964-8862
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eurmunouij 964-7061 804 Temple Aver Starke ;
yeu*. Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 SGT Norman Dowdy! 'their best.

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Annual ,salary is $18,313 $30.089. Lake ButUr ..... Lake City T H.E. '

Benefits package is excellent. Will consider 496-3156 or 755-3500 APARTMENTS .

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for successful eeJ..
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.BRAND NEW HOME IN LAKE BUTLER less than 2 yrs. old. Owner" Camp ,
should motivated to ..11.3 Bedrooms, 2 baths Central heat and air. Price .
applicant. Qualified Applicants negotiable. Call today for appt. to see. Starke FI, 32091, '

submit a complete State I of Florida '1 ACRE. 2 ACRES 1 Acre 4 ACRES-S ACRES 6 ACRES 7 ACRE ,964-7133' l ..
| PARCELS.Owner will finance with$500 down and$150 pr month based on ,
| 'oar* prlc*. Down payment and monthly payment discounted for more a & 3 BR. family oriented, with-
application: laundry & large
I acreage purchased. Call for more detail Information. .bree electricity) Ryground.

FOR RENT OR SALE with owner financing available. 2-Story house, 2 Rent 3O% of your monthly I i

blocks from Main Street. Income If you qualify.If .
PERSONNEL MANAGER' .3 M HOME AND ONE ACRE FOR SALE WITH OWNER FINANCING you earn $3.35r h.:"40
Payments not over $300 monthly with $2.000 down Priced at 20500. hrs a week & have 3

UNION CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Owner may negotiate on down payment In exchange for house repairs. dependant:: *, your rent would be
about$113 month
Call for more Information. a or$3.73

P. O. BOX 221 "3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH FRAME HOMIt Own.c financed, at 10% Interest. r rdayforday.raovenogee kftin the i1e. mgpth. ,

RAIFORD FL 32083 u: Needs FOR RENT I'i.draom.1 bath brick house.Includes central heat and oK. ',Qualified 4-Q J n cost Single can*bcpted.u "

Appliances, extra large lot Near.hospital. Call Jan S. Usher 4962126. '10.00

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CARDS:Bad credit no problem! SATURDAY FEB. 24:9-3.3: 1/2 miles PHONE 064-7776 Imj
Personal' l credit! cards and Vi a/MC FOR RENT-COMMERCIAL SPACE In Wait 100. Watch for signs.
available.P.O. Box 5355 Gainesville downtown Starke. Locals your butt-. 7 ALABAMA BARBOUR COUNTY: 100 205 Starke
FL 32601-5355. TFN 1 ness In (ha same building at the 1135 NEIL COURT. LOOK FOR SIGNS; acres. 20 openland balance eutover y. Temple
busiest Insurance agency In town. 8-3.7 3 acre lake creek HUNTING)
:F'OItlf, 'ASSt'' ':' INSURANCE WORLD. Up to 1600 sq SATURDAY Two family.FEB.Saturday 24: 9-3. Comer of 29500. Southern Properties, P.O. Cecelia Tervmegar
1 ft available. We will remodel to suitor Westmoreland and Edward Road Box 755, Troy Alabama 36081.205- ATTENTION -NEW OFFICE HOURS

MOBILE HOME: 12 mOl "nlmlmum. 3 workout low Initial rant for stable ten- .rw... frnm..Now Armory. 7 5661870. 10 Mon.-Frl. 9tOO a.m.thru 5i30 p.m.
nants. Call COUNTRY CLUB
9B4-SAVE. 3 ;', ,. UVING. Golf a more.
ElFV2 BA.Gas stove and heat,central STEEL BUILDINGS.TRIANGLE STEEL : "W :\ : Ten miles from Gulf Homesites from Saturday 9sOO a.m.thru 4:00 p.m.
air first' and last month rent plus de- : .BOATS, .. ,!
BUILDINGS. INC. Offer rigid steel $12,000. Lakeview Golf Club near Sunday 1 p.m. thru 4:00 p.m.
posit Strictly NO PETS. 782-3415 and frame steel building; all size*.' Gulf Shore, Alabama. 1-800-527-(
6:30-8 DON'T BUY A NEW BOAT until hear
: only.
p.m.
1 See you
-a- our newest rigid steel building 0667. 10 SPECIAL:
told to Custom Construction by Har- this reveals FREE recorded that message. Insider BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY" North Caro- 3 Acres, with 3 septic tank. 2 power poles 4" submerged! pump
ris for Holly Edwards Sales Inc.; to save secret thousand are guaranteed 1-800-526- lina Mountains Country Stores An- REDUCED from $17.000 TO 112.000.
Showroom and warehouse: 650 Tau 1163. 24 you hours. 8 tique Shop. Restaurant, 'Excellent ZONED BP. 100'on E. Madison St. REDUCED from 30.000 to 122.000.
'87 CAMARO: Black, A/C.auto.AM/FM. leyrand Ave. Call Hal Hendrix collect Condition, ERA Blue Ride Win. .LOTS ACREAGE.

Power B/S. Runs! good. New tlrel. to sea this and our frame steel modelat Realty,Box 480, .....HOMES.....
'$8,000. a64-0317. 2 Triangle Sales Center;648 E. Union 1-800-359-1992 18005333721. HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOMI wltha beautiful view of Lake Sampson.

1688 CHEVY SPORTSIDE: AT AC. PS. We sell to the general public. LAKE PROPERTY ON N. SIDE 10LOST ____ Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA Central Heat pump carpeted. Insulated
PS. Sport Wheeli. MUST 'SELL i Triangle Steel Buildings. 648 E. Union SAMPSON LAKE:Contact Mr.Hunter. windows skylights, mahogany ext. doors, sunken tub telling fans,
$0500 080. 64-0248 or 782.3660.TFN SL Jacksonville -353-2838. lOO'xSOO1. 485-1663 (Graham). Edwards .. :)NOTICE).. .. 2205 sq. ft. living area 1537 s.f. wrap around porch must see to appreciate.

ATTENTION 2 MOBILE HOMES PiaL 9 : C.B. RADIO:: With built Owner financing to a quallfed buyer. 105000.
GOVERNMENT SEIZED IN CITY OF LAWTEYi Lot for sale on SR In box.
Lost between GRAHAM 1325 s.f.BR/1 1/2 BA, living room dining I kitchen combo. 10 yrs.
'VEHICLES from $100. Fords Mercedes 225. Contact Mr. Hunter. Graham Bayless Hwy. and old.CH/A.Ac. $69.500

Corvette, Chevy Surplus 485-1663. 9 please Lawtey.lffound.. i please_ call 964-7306. PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the city of Sta"'.. 4 BR 3 BA fireplace, wood floors,
Buyers Guide.
1-602-838-8885. ExL 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. ... .. "-- many extras.609 W.Call Street. $125,000
78 A17283.DODGE' ASPEN 2 doublewidewith all the extras.$19.000 Owner will finance, $$2000/acre.call (WANTED 'I I NEAT AND CLEAN Close to prisons. 3 BR/2. BA, large living room separate
WAGON .. ,
: Good balance and$1000 down.Assume the 864-7771 964-4537 TFN I.
'.cond. or dining room central heat window air, 1440 sf, doublewldo, work shop 20x30
r. dependable. $1.000 or best loan. Will to have moved to 9 LOOKING :
ffer.1 pay your FOR A FEMALE BLOOr all on well landscaped 1 1/4 Ac, $29,500
1873 GMO 64-6551.2 06000 TRUCK lot Call 373-3423 after 4pm or 964- 2 ACRE LOT IN TOWN::Close hospitaland HOUND.We have a male full blooded COUNTRY CLUB AREA:3 BR, 2 1/2 BA Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub, Immaculate -
rebuilt : Recently 9115 during the day. 4 school 10000. Call 064.6730 redbone bloodhound. Would like to cond. $125,000
engine. Run good See at FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and leave
message. 9 breed for puppy or if you have RENTI Immaculate both mobile
Register Oil Co.. 308 S. puppy CHEAPER THAN furnished 3 bedroom. IM
Thompson Pro-approval on mobile home loans. 3 ACRES ON BAYLESS HIGHWAY
for sale please' call 964-5647.
Street, Starke. 2 home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove 6 frig separategaraga
Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B 12500. 10 Acres with well septic
11WANTED
,beautifully landscaped lot Grllf $ 19600.
1973 FORD LTD: Dependable work on loop.
car. Homes Lake FL. 4 and
City. tank pole 25000. Possible
power TO BUY NINTENDO
GAMES
NE ZMh Ave.BR/1 BA New Roof $ 2S.OOO
V-8 power steering,good tire*.$350. 1990 DOUBLE WIDE: 24x44.3 BR.2 BA. Owner Financing. Thornton &
ACCESSORIES and used tires.
FIRM. 064-2764. 2 good NW 44th AVI.I 3 bedroom 1 bath 3 acr... Home has new 20 yr. roof, freshly
Wood siding and shingle roof, plus Associate.,Joy Thornton Broker.964- 782-1185. 11
1980 DODGE Inside. Owner 'Make Off.rl'OREAT !
CONVERSION VAN:Fully free delivery and setup.$14,995.Call .4223.9. OLD CHEVY MUSCLE CARS: To Re painted says an
I leaded 4 captain chairs sofa makes 755-5114 Circle B Homes Lake City. store. 19641969. Call 964-8175. LOCATION -GREAT,PRICE bedroom 2 bath with O large family room
into bed. 73,000 miles. $3,800. Call FL 4 REAL ESTATE 11WANTED located In the city. 59.300..

064-5244. 2 BANK REPOS: 1985' and up. Double- : Housekeeping position to eld- 311 WALNUT STREET Good rental property-3 homes:
1979 FORD RANCHERO: Fully loaded. wide. $1.000 On. Pmt Singlewlda. erly. 5 days a week live out $150. HAMPTON LAKE AREA 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A, screened patio w/BBQ grill Also 3 BR
Black Must see to appreciate. Call $500 dn.pmL Everyonecan buy.bad Mature woman 964-3483 anytime. MH 1 1/2 BA.3 Ac. Exc for small horse farm $100.700
864-5244. 2 credit or no credit Call 755-5114. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST;?wooded 11WOULD BROOKERi 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oaks S/D.extra lot. $ 44,000
1987 FORD RANGER: 4X4 Excellent Circle B Home, Lake City FL tots, river access. $5450 each. No YOU LIKE YOUR ELEGANCE IN THI COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 bo concrete block window treatments, 3
CLASSIFIED
condtiof Loaded take up payment 4 money down.$65.41 month. Owner.I238..570 I- ADTOREACH READERS ALL OVER telling fans, CUBA stove, refrlg, DW garage wood floors, Andersen windows
' 864-2910. 2 4 BR1 BIG 1990 28x70. with plywood 10TIME or 1-622-2438 TFN FLORIDA? With the Florida Classi carpet rose garden Ig. patio area brick BBQ grill smoker and lazy
74. GMC WINDOW VAN: One owner. Door' wood tiding shingle roof, plus SHARE UNITS- fied Ad Network we can deliver Susan table, hothouse, tool shed, separate pumphouse, beautifully land-
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8. $1100 FIRM. 864-6336. Cheapll Cheapll Wide selec
Call 755-5114. Circle B Home, Lake tion .Call for $125 (less than $.0002/ .
GOT A THOUSAND DOLLARS CASH OR 4 Vacation Network today. 1- vreon) LOTS(ACREAGE
CHAMPION 800-828-7844 NATL Call this newspaper1 clasaifloci 09partment -
TRADE IQUITY and can't g.t financed 1986 DOUBLEWIDE.:26x56 In 1-800-826-1847 to place ad todey. WANT A GETAWAY PIACET 190' on Sampson Lake. 16tf on rood. 170'
late model car or truck? Call Billy FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 your
one 3 BR 2 BA with air conditioning. Set 18 deep. $25.000
;-.fohnson. 1-800-336-4227. No credit application up and ready to move Into at din1 GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA! 292'' on water and extendingto I
refused.ltchg 2/22 Subdivision Price.18500.Call 782- Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, $165.000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots
NEW HONDAS NIW JEEPS. NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME
3333 4
$65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000. .
AGlESi Never again. will th.y be sold 12 X 55: 2 BEDROOM. 1 BATH 8x18 HWY. 14 EAST 20 Ac with fish pond 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank swimming
a*' low. Hurry call Billy Johnson- add-on: Ph. 468-2409 or ((812)) 293- IN"TOWNNEJIILY pool.Con be bought a.one parcel or 4. 5-Ac tracts. $60.000
2/22
1-326-4227.1tchg
4207. 4
I MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city. $10.000
19M $1500 MINIMUM TRADE on new
1990 Honda Accord America's No. 1 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE RENOVATED WALDO Four lots,city water well septic, 2 power poles. Sz: .ooo
836 CHERRY STREET 200x100'HWY
telling sport coup and luxury sedan.
Call Billy Johnson for appointment. U5i One Acre. $5,000
1-800-326-4227. Itchg 2/22 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT:Adjacent to LOT 9.GOLFAIR ROAD Country Club Estates.Make' Offer $8.700
HAVING TROUBLE FINANCING A CAR OR Courthouse 925 N.Temple Avenue. LAWTIYi Five ac.... 105th Ave.Good Investment. $15,000
. TRUCK because of little or no credit? If $350/Mo.Call 964-7347days( )or 864- 1 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHUIICH loan..... 16 '1.1.. a ...11.. II j>..1.1. -$50.000

you work (or haw Incom.) you may 4534 (eves) 3 '"DING lb.LAKEI Lot. 246 Fla.frontier. $15,000.
rid. today!I for more Information call FOR SALE OR RENTWarehouse/offoe: AFTER HOURS
: 3000 ft, located at Enterprise -
Steve, at 1-1IQO.326-4227..1Icha 2/22 '.space Park next sq to Sunshine Indus- Pauline Randolph. .j. -i:;_- t o.- ...*.. I.. ,.. . .,.964-6323 ,

ANIMALS/PETS$ ., ie1P.1'Contact ,pane) *Ely.-Bf4-.'. 294 I Sandra\ JimsdUoaox*nZZ 4 .. ;.'* .f .-. ,.... .5332242Debrff'Coniiai .
"" I .TFN' 3' >Briton... ;J.7,,.i J5 . .. :'. ;. . ;964-2B33

.f.OR FOR LEASE. PARTIALLY COMPLETED Anne Terwlllegar Brown . . . . . 473-7541
1000 *q ft fast food location acrossfrom
5 YR. OLD MARE: Excellent with children KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 evenings EXCELLENT FINANCING AVAILABLE

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e Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &


e well Building hookup Lot in Keystone JK

e 200 Acres In Bradford County .$1.5OO Acre -ll

r e 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone TREE AND STUMP

e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227...$6.500 Each
e Commercial on Edwards Rd.
e 43 Acre Building Br.. 2 Ba. Home In REMOVAL
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Gainesville '
| EQUAL HOUSING TOR 5 Acres bn small lake ...--$3.OOO Acre. : l' & I.1isit.rid'

Susan M. Faulkner. ORI CRB President e 3/4 mile lake' frontage on lake In Alachua !! :.0 i i964Accelerated

County; '

ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. e Lake SantaFe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.0OO

e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham*...$3.OOQ Acre '

Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St e For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake.... $450.00 Mo.

A A A A A A A A A A A AA
301 N. 7.100.f total
1 COMMUCIAL OFHCS SPACI or retail store. Hwy Approx. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY '
I Call for details. 201-89 ,

I 191.89*READY MADE. BUSINESS and beautiful home with many extras. Hwy 301 S. | Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 Realty, inc.

1 *LAWTEYi 2 BR. 1 BA. Only 25000. 'Owner will probably do some financing.

I 168-89*RWiRBENUiNke large doublewlde on 4.38 acres. 2 wells, 2 workshops. 166-89 LAVERN H. OUTLAW 964-4544

I 100x100 BUILDING LOT Only 5000. 163.89
I *"..ACRES WITH > BR/1 BA '..me. Price |lust reduced. 162.89 Hwy. 301 S. 1S)

I .HWY 14 Wi 2 nice forge building lots. 139-89 LOUTLAW Starke FL
I *CALL STREET Office building, large and excellent condition. 155-89 gstty HIIt_
I *BtSSINT ROADi 3 BR, 3 BA Brick on 1 1/4 Acr. 139-89 .
113/4 with electric pole and culvert. Owner financing. 113-89 8044522STARXE.FL .
ACHR septic
: .and AssumeMe. _,. ../Homes JLotAcreage v/Watcrfront
Real
I *S M, BAIL CM approx. 1/2 acre between Sf. lawtey. You Full Service Estate Office .
-11fybt. 11." VFarms VConunfrcIal
J!jjVRrJ BA DOlISAIWID i On 5 Ac. Master bath has garden tub CHI A.fireplace

I In den.! Owner will hold mortgage. 211.89 II LOVELY BRICK HOMI4 BR/2 BA. CH/A. stove, refrlg t dishwasher 2240.f,f
1 *t BR/1 IA House hi Otyt. Laundry room could be. mode Into 3rd BR,Appro..2 Ac. MSA.CRA sun deck well' a septic, t oc.j
5-90 CHURCH STRICT- 4BR/2BA CB Home CH/A. Ig. family room 2148 .(, I
1 *APPROX. t AC on :301 Zoned Comm.rclal. Owner-financing. 12-90 DesianaWAperalssjfASACRIFICI garage, lovely landscaped lot. I
I *LOT ON CANAL .....Inal. Ridge. 100x216. 15-90 REALTOR ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norwelgan brkfc.' ,living, dining family Ibom. I ICHA.K
*I STORY EXECUTIVE HOMI 4 BR 3 BA on Hampton lake. 20- J3IO sf, front and back porch:... 2.' ae. lot
1 *INJOY PISHINOT 3 BR. 2 BA In excellent condition on Sampson Lake. 173-89 HAMPTON LAKE ACCESS.3BR/2BA tram, family roam w/flreplace. CH/A. I
I *COUNTRY OUR AREA S Acres surrounds this beautiful home.Too many extras 9184 sf 576 sf workshop londieapeil lot lI.t. 111-89 $ ; ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY.38H/1 BAT A-Frame w/porehe. an all four I
I ta.OOUlLlWlOION I ACRE Paved rood.'Very good condition. 3-90 SACRIFICtl. Owner' .t.II"rlck 3/2 CH/A. Good easel side Woadbumlna stove, pale barn..24x90 tool shed 8x9 wed and septic f fIN
I SEVERAL PARCELS OP LAND with owner financing available. Owner Financing In Stark.' Fram.2/1. Good Income. S18.500 THE COUNTRY 38R/2BCB Home two-story. Stove refrtg. AC units, |
J **BEAUTIFUL CORNER WOODED LOTi In Country Club Estates, Approx. 1 be.... *Newly renovated Inside and dot,2/1 fenced yard In. Stark. 133.900 electric .heat, well a septic on 1 Ac\ a
I restricted building codes excellent area. Owner" will finance. 21-90 Cedar home on r ocr4. CHi"' rangeref.. GOOD RSNTAI PROPERTY- Two-story apartment building. 2 BR/1 BA each ]
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LOTSEach 146x200. Excellent terms and lots of Concrete block 3/1 centraftieat In Starke. 100x125 lot. S34.000 opomMnlJ ,
TWO HIGH a DRY BUILDING,. Cry'laILak.HomeSite CB. 3/1_CH A, range, ref 1300 SF.$42.500 COMMMOAl PROPERTY Salvage Yard w/3 BR. 1 BA CB Horn. 12xAO I a

I $32.000.18-90 Brick 3BR/1M Ba, nice neighbors, range, ref CHS A, encl. garage.
ZlBRI BATH 1.11 Ac. Central Air a heat. Nice quiet location. w/pumps on 3 acres with frontage an Hwy 301.
J DOUBLEWIDI an on 11/2 Ac.Assume mortage or refinance.Excellent buy at | Highway 16 West 4/2'A. CHA 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. 134.000 ON PAVED ROAD -.3 BR/3 IA'DW Mobile Home AC Units Elect. Heat.
*14x14 In Country Club: ...I.k 3/2 CH/A All appliances. 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. Stove, refrlg. *dishwasher, 2 soptlctanks and 2 power pales on 4.8 ac.... ,
B$33.500.B4WI1PUM 137-89* M MODULAR HOME on 2 acres. Inside walls and celling drywall.34N Excellent n.lghborhood, near the haipllal. Corner lot 3/2 CHIA. REDUCED 2 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA DouMewlde Mobile Horn. CH/A. j
available For the Perfectionist Privacy a plus:Country Club. Brick many extras. a 2
Moors,fully carpeted 4 BR, 2 full Baths.46600.. Financing | Stove refrlg. en Acres.
plywood furnished extra nice. 100x300.
Bedford Lake, 2/1 CHIA completely' PROPERTIES
SELECTED
198-19.
10 qualified buyer' 'lOO and Will divide Into 1 1/2 Acre lots Brick CH4A, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres. '
W. Dry.
.II ACRES. 312 on.Hwy High Neat a Clean.. 2/1 H.ot.Alr. Make appointment to._.. S29.900. 20 ACRES-., Hwy 225. Near Lowt y. Planted ,.In...
$473 Month Ranchett 'H.frame home,fenced, pecan( pear trees $47,900 HOME B1DO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water I Sewage. Owner Financing.
In Town.
jlnHNTALl 9 BR. 2 BA Garage STOP THIS FORECLOSURE Make offer. 3/2. Brick Dble.'lot In Southgate. HOME BUX LOTS Shady Oaks S/D, Brooker.POUR .

Owner financing. 2 Immaculate MH'.. pasture oaks on 24 acres. $98.000 (-ACRI TRACTS Brooker.Owner Financing..
SIO"'. Hlitork. Renov,6BR. 3'4Ba; 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. THRU 1-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker., Owner Financing.
Call it Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2'A1 Bo on 36 acres t.' ACRES .........*on Now liver. Well B Septic. ,

Trained StcfToday..96450(9After Owner Anxious, Make Offer;4/> 1/2, over 1500 sf.Close' to Starka. '
Excellent Neighborhood: In Star""' .'3/2. CH/A all appliances, fireplace. NICE. AFTER HOUMi
Hours Call These Realtor Associates: *Over I Ac.... Brick 4/2 1/2,.CH/A Fireplace, over 2100 si. All appliances. .Wayii Deuglas.H4-6In BIIIO efm-f 4444441I 4BIH
MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage. metal bldg. ((1500 sq. H.) Dodd""" -7408 I I Nevlt Ward 9647484
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Irene L. mlkner..964-5142 Reduced US 301 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metal bldfl., MH 2 wells 3 septks.
e Darlene Godwln..4682503Warren .*35 Acres w/framo 3/11/2. barn fenced, approx. 30 A. cleared. Includes Far.

Woody' Ryder..964-9040 mall tractor, bush hog disc and all furniture $96,000 t
e Thorn (Tom) Grose. ...964-678Q We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings



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PagtUA TELEGRAPH February 22. IIHIO


Tribute to Thelma Jennings Methodist Ladies Treated to Steak Dinner by the Men .


Womans.' Club: Meeting A real banquet, featuring large favorites by Nostalgia;a local sing6fethodlst served wives and- guests seated Ins -

A tribute to' 'h )lmi Jennings was nings for' 'her painting. "Crepe steaks for the entree and Bradford ing group. The ,
Are You Paying held at the luncheon meeting Myrtles", also an award for her County strawberry shortcake for Men who meet fr" Nostalgia, composed of Bill ,

Wednesday Feb. 14, by the painting "Magnolias". Dolly Spierswas dessert was enjoyed by 70-80 men breakfast the last Saturday eac'u MoRae. Carol Stevenson Holley
Too Much? Woman's Club of Starke.. awarded a blue ribbon fr her and women of the First United month, hosted the event for their Shields; Patti Kay .Elder Tyler
The Arts Department was in quilt and Lydia Miller won a red rib- Methodist Church of Starke last Fri- wives and other guests. Elder Warren Stevenson on the y
Let's compare. charge of which JoIn Jennings has bon for her pine cone Christmas tree day evening. Methodist Men prepared the 10-12 drums and Joey Herres on the 1
been chairman for several yean. and wreath. Adding to the enjoyment of the ounce New York Strips on a large keyboard, sang songs from
Maybe I can save you come The program was conducted by Mrs. R.A. Green Jr. presidedover evening was the singing of old time grill outside Fellowship Hall and yesteryear, to the delight of the ;

money on Insurance Muriel Norman as narrator,'Mona the meeting. Myldred Cuttino diners.

Canova pianist, and Blanche Otto gave the Invocation and Devotionalon Young at Heart
Mobile Home assisted Mrs. Norman. "Love" using the stages of love HELP WANTEDIn
Meet
'HomeownersAutoBoatRV Highlights of.Mrs.' Jennings'. life' and God's love for us as her topic. Mar. 1
were told by using the initials of her Scripture reading was from Mat- The Young at Heart of the First
given name. "T' for teacher when thew chapter 22. Mrs. Green expressed store loss prevention person. Baptist Church will have their
Business she spent her days in the school regrets of the club for the t regular monthly meeting Thursday

...-.--..... classrroom with pupils; "H" for loss of Marguerite Hall a past presi- Full-time hours, full company March 1,at noon with a covered dish
/'" homemaker when she was raising dent and great person and worker in luncheon in the new fellowship hall. ,
her children and pursuing her pIc- the club. benefits flexible schedule. Apply An interesting speaker is slated to i

I'e ture taking; "E'* for the 'elegant Carrying out the Valentine theme resent an Informative talk. The, .. "I
e.. lady that she always and so well the head table was covered with a In person to: Wal-Mart, 1371 S. public is Invited to attend., f
groomed '), hair la place' "L' white linen cloth with a basket arrangement
\ :: for a loving friend who was always of silk red roses and Walnut Street Starke Florida. :Did you know... |

.yeo sharing; "M" for mother so lovingto white sweet peas for the centerpiecewhile Carrie Shaw of Starke was InItiated I}
\.>- her children and the children of large and small red valentines Into Kappa Delta Sorority
., her friends and /"A";for !artist and with white lacy edges were placed at t
.- 'd" her beautiful painting'>which she' intervals down the table. The small --
". wKen shared so generously.' The group tables were covered with white of Section 24 Township South Rang the position token by It /In this Notice.
sang an appropriate song at the con-' cloths and centerpieces were Legalsfrom 22 East Bradford County Florida; said Persons whaM substantial Interests will .
r M1, f clusion of each. segmenhaccom- miniature glass bottles filled with an parcel being more particularly described be oftocted by any decision of the 1
panied on the piano' by .Mona arrangement of small red valen- 7Amonument as follows: Commence at a concrete Deportment with regard to the oppllcaon -
K Canova.Mrs. Norman concluded the tines. Chairman for this meetingwas ot the most Westerly comer monument at the most Westerly comer hove the right to petition to become '
program with a reading "Young at Louise Lyons assited by of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES of lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES a party to the proceeding. The petitionmust

Heart" by Perry: Hansley. Myldred Cuttino Ida Shaw Betty UNIT ONE REPLAT; a* recorded In Plot UNIT ONE REPLAT: as recorded: In Plot conform to, the requirements .
Haas and Lydia Miller. Oleta Book 3, Pag 51 oi the public record of Book 3. Page 51 of the public records of specified. above and be filed (received) t
Chitty The art display from file members. Hardenbrook catered the luncheon, Bradford County. Florida and run S Bradford County Florida and run S within 14 days of publication of this
440 W. Madison was judged by Sylvia Thomas with featuring a special "valentine cake' 29*16'20" E, along the Westerly line of 29>16'20" E, along the Westerly line of notice In the Office of General Counselat '
(next to Winn Dixie) blue ribbon awarded Thelma Jen- for dessert. old Keystone Club Estates Unit One said Keystone Club Estates Unit On the above address of the Dportmnt.

R.plat, 210.00 l..t to an Iron pipe: R.plat 323.00 ft to an Iron pipe; Failure to petition within, the allowed
/instate Did You Know? th.nc. continue S 29l6'20" E, along laid thence run S UftitW W. 530.55... to time from constitutes a waiver of any

Westerly line, 115.00 feet to an Iron an Iron pip; thence run N 89'45'55 W right such person has to request a hear ;

AUtrUto_Comy..y Mrs. Gilbert Brown. >and,; Mrs.. was held at the Episcopal 'Church pip; thence run S eO43'40" W, 110.00 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; theMe run S ing under Section 120.37 Florida' ,
W.HMlIlaFroml Herbert Thomas attended the Conference Center at Camp Weed on I..I; thence run N 29>16'20" W. 115.00 00l4'0r W. 500.00 fet to an Iron pipe Statutes and to participate as a party to
AlUuu L.I*I........Company meeting of the' Episcopal ChurchWomen Thursday Feb. 15. f..t; thence run N 6043'40" E, 110.00 and the Point of Beginning; thence continue this proceeding. Any subsequent Intervention

Diocese of Florida, which feet to the Point of Beginning. S Or/14'03" W. 111.44 feet to the will only be at the approval of
Indian Lake Woods, lot 17: A parcel! of South line of said Section 24; thence run th*>presiding officer upon motion filed
land situated In the Southeast One N 88'15'40" W. along sold South line pursuant to Rule 285.207, Florida Administrative .

Quarter of th* Southwest One Quarter 433.73 fet to on Iron pipe on the Easterly Cod*.
I.Starke[ Area Ads ] of Section 24, Township 8 South Rang. right of way line of a County Rood; The application available for public

22 East Bradford County Florida; said th.nc. run N QOM4W E. along said Inspection during normal business

parcel being more particularly described: Easterly right of way line. 100.00 feet to hours ':00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Monday
--- ---- ot follows: Commence at a concrete an Iron pipe; thence run S WUSM" I. through Friday except legal holidays,at

,,, \ '.. '" '' "I'' -' monument ot the most Westerly corner 435.60 feet to the Point of Beginning.at Deportment of Environmental Regulation -
co. -I I, or" of Lot 20 of Keystone Club Estates Unit sole, the bidder for Northeast District Office. 3426 Bills
SAEH : fOR'SALE: ; .j RENT. public to highest
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One R.plot; a. recorded In Plat Book 3, cash In th lobby of th Bradford County Road. Jacksonville Florida 32207.

ALUMINUM NEWSPAPER Page 51 of the public records of Bradford Courthouse, In Stark. Florida at 11:00 Ilchg 2/22
FOUR FORMAL DRESSES:SIZES 9-11. PLATES.Measure* 24x36 COUNTRY HOME: 3BR, 1 BA with large County Florida and run S 29'16'20" E, a.m., on the 19th day of March 1990.
2-10' ACOUSTIC SPEAKERS. 964- Inches.50 each. Great for patchingand yard. $450/Mo. plus $60 on utilities. along the Westerly line of said KeystoneClub WITNESS my hand and official seal I this STATE OF FLORIDA
0248 OR 782-3660. repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. Thornton a Associates, Joy Thornton Estates Unit On. Replot 325.00 fet 31st day of January; Department of .
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS Call SL Starke. 12 Broker. 964-4223. 13 to an Iron pip.; th.nc.run S<<1'Q'40"W. 1990.RAY NORMAN Environmental Regulation

$/4.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- 530.53 fet to an Iron pipe; thence run N Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE!Of INTENTTO
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6946. 12 TORRENT'FURNISHED : L PERSONAL SERVICES 89*45'55" W, 22.83 feet to an Iron pip. By:Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk ISSUE PERMIT -. .
and the Point of Beginning; th.nc. eon Fred H. Kent III The Deportment of Environmental

CHICKEN HOUSES: $7 per running foot ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities tlnu. N 89'45'55" W, 435.60 feet to an Florida Bar No. 327042 Regulation gives notice of Its Intent to
8 ft. trough. 2-6 ton feed bin. Call paid. From $37.50 up weekly. WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial iron pipe on the Easterly right of way line Kent Ridge a Crawford Issue e permit to Mr. D.V. Luebke, Plant
964-5156 for further Information. MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St. home units from 19900. Lamp, of a County Road; thence run S 00*14'05" 225 Water Street Suite! 900 Manager. E.I. .DuPont de Nemours a

12SLEEPER Starke In front of Post Office. lotions accessories. Monthly pay- W, along said Easterly right of way line Jacksonville FL 322O2 Company Inc. Moxvlll Mine, to construct .
for pickup truck $500. Call 13RENT ments low at$18.00.Call today FREE 100.00 feet to an Iron pip; thence run S ((904)) 3333301Attorneys '. (10.0 mgd design.' 4.0 mgdoverage

964-9317 12 SPECIAL$5.oo Off Current Rentl!): color catalog. 1-800-228-6292. 89'45'55" E, 435.60 feet to an Iron pip; for Plaintiff flow) heavy minerals mining
24' COLOR TV: Console model. Works Room with bath a AC. $50;$53 w/tax; 20ODD th.nc. run N 00'14'05" E, 100.00 fet to 2/22 2tchg 3/01; Cont. No.362 _treatment system providing
good. $100. Call 964-5875 after 4 Room with Air Conditioner$40 with- JOBS: Home and Business repairsand the Point of Beginning. Reserving an acidification with ferric chloride for f loccutotkxi -

p.m.2 out bath, $42.40 plus tax;Room with- construction. Small to large proj easement for Utilities over under and NOTICE OF INTENTION of colloidal material followed
out bath without air conditioning, ects.Call ODD-JOB.964-85650r964- across the Easterly 7.50 feet th.reof. TO REGISTER by settling In a series of long term diked
HELP WANTEDINDUSTRIAL $37.50 a 39.75 with tax. MAdNOUA 9622.17 Indian Lake Woods, Lot 19: A parcel! of FICTITIOUS NAME ponds neutralization with hydrated llnte.

HOTEL, 137N.WalnujlSt+eet,Starke -WILL. DO HOUSECLEANING at reason- land situated In the Southeast One Pursuant to Section 863.09. Florida tea pet of between 6.0 and 8.3 and addi-
COMPLEX OF RAIFORD: Across from the Post' < Otlt. e2 able rate*. Call 473-0036 between Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof Statutes notice Is hereby given that the tional settling with final discharge to
Program Coordinator program available 13 hours ot 8-8 p.m. 17 Section 24 Township 8 South Rang undersigned Raymond D. Hall and Donna Gum )Branch.,The construction of short
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Must have degree. Call 431- BEDROOM MOBILE J No children STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE 22 East Bradford County. Florida; sold L. Hall Rt. 3 Box 579-F-1, Lake City. term pond uv., .Above grade tailings as '
1898. Apply at Complex on CR 229 782-3344 pr 782-3942. SALES AND SERVICE: All make parcel being more particularly described Florida 32055 joint owners doing mining prognoses Is also proposed. to

Raiford. Mutt fill by April 2nd.EARN EFFICIENc/KXUSorr4jS301 and modets.deaned, oiledandaoV I as follows: Commune at a cocrirf44D.nt /. .r business under the firm name of STARKE pray} k, I""Ung'al1et" jMtrcoJatlon, Into- ,
15 Southotstarks. Dusted $15. Nile-.and/ used sewing nt the most Westmriycgrner* all Wastewaterflocated
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AUTO TECH. 649 N. Tempi Avenue. p
$7.75 HR.:We need assistance In .fefi4jf7 beat Air, 0 machine 233 ft*16 20' Si CLUS0MTES The pfnonPtiHd
pat AdLtet Hwy (Morgan of lot KEYSTONE Sjarke, Florida 32091 Intends to register 1Jw'; il'Y; 'fir!t l 1 I\UryWTJ
evaluating and responding to daily pats. Utilities' ""' ,} Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 UNIT ONE REPLAVos recorded In'Plot said fictitious! name under the aforesaid west of U.S. Highway'30T,'W uth.ilof *!
work report submitted by our agents ALTERATIONS: zippers hems, buttonholes Book 3. Page 51 of th* public records of Moxvlll. Clay County Florida will
throughout the state. No experience 1 BEDROOMAPARTMENTWalledpaIio: oft and statute.'
patchea.etc. Drop pick Bradford Florida and S
to with .lorage..8f9a. Clean modem County run Dated this 19th day of February A.D. serve mining In Baker. Bradford, Clay
necessary; paid complete training. 7
up. day a week.7am-8pm.964- 2916'2O" E, along the Westerly line of
Work at home. For information send design. Off-street parking) clese In, 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from said Keystone Club Estates Unit One 1990 In. Bradford County. Florida. and Duval Counties. The Department has
self-addressed' stamped envelope 9 near tennis court; Hi"j01/1fn Southside Eiem. Hwy 100TFN 2/27 4tpd 3/15 assigned file number IC10-172337 to this
R.plat 325.00 feet to Iron
an pipe;
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1/2 Inches long to AWGA. DepL E, 13 17 pro-
MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY th.nc. run S itC'43'40" W 530.55 feet to whose substantial interests
Box 161189 Atlanta GA 30321. WE DO HAULING:Any type needed. Call STATE OF FLORIDA A person
SEWER CABLE TV 2 BR. an Iron pipe; thence run N 89"45'55" W, affected the
15JOB WATER. 782-3084 anytime. TFN 17 Department of Environmental Regulation are by Department's proposed
OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA.Openings 1 BATH; 964-7498 TFN 13 PRESSURE WASHING: Houses, sidewalks 22.83 feet to an Iron pip; thence run SOOM4'05" NOTICE OF INTENTTO permitting decision may petitionfor
available In several area, MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY driveway Roof Repairs. Tree W, 200.00 feet to an Iron pipe ISSUE PERMIT an administrative proceeding ((hearIng -
will train. For info, call 708-742-8620 WATER. SEWER. CABLE TV. 964- Surgeon. Call 9646341. Terry Parks.CHAINJLINK and the Point of Beginning; thence continue The Department of Environmental ) In accordance with Section 120.37
7498 TFN s 13 500'14'05" W.I00OOIt to an iron
ext. 362. 15 Florida
Statutes. The petition must con
OLIN'S SUBDIVISION' MOBILE Home pip: thence run N 89'43'55" W. 433.60 Regulation gives notice of Its Intent to
ATTENTIONHIRINGIGovemmuntjobs] forth below and
tain the Information
FENCE: Installed Free estimate *
Issu. to Mr. D.V. Luebke. Plant
-your area. 1784069485. Call 1- lots for rent water and sewer furnished *. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly right Manager a permit E.I. DuPont de Nemours < must be filed (received' ) In the Office of
602-838-8885 Ext. R 3493. cable IV available.l 782-3333 of way line of a County Road; thence run ;
owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. General Counsel of the Department at
Inc. Moxville Mine, for the
Company
15LONG TFN 13 N 00'14'05" E, along sold Easterly right of
TFN 17 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee,
HALF ACRE MOBILE HOWE LOTS for line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe mining of heavy minerals on 730 ac... of
HAUL TRUCKING:Get into a high DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand way ; Florida 32399-2400 within 14 days of
rent Close to prison. Call 4681323. th.nc. run S 8945'53" E, 433.60 feet to land In the southeast corner of BakerCounty
demand career a* an owneroperatorwith self-esteem sink this year. Call publication of this noik.. Petitioner shall
and for the construction and
northAmerican Van LInesI Oper- TFN 13 the Point of Beginning. Reserving an
964-8594. TFN 17
mall of the the
petition to appli-
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close for Utilities under and operation of a surface water management q copy
ate your own tra..tor. If you don't have WELL DRILLING. PUMPS a SERVICE: easement over, cant at the address Indicated above at
one we offer a lease-ourchasa pro- to your work? We have dean mobile i Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water across the Easterly 7.50 feet throf. system associated: with the miningto
th.time of filing. Failure to file
gram that is one of the best In the In- homes available, call., 4681323. TFN systems specialists. 864 N.Temple Indian Lake Woods Lot 20: A parcel! of Include on Industrial wastewater within this time period shall constitute a petition a
dustry. No experience necessary. If 13WALDO Ave. US 301 Starke 32091 TFN land situated In the Southeast On. treatment and disposal system
you need training, we will train you. VILLAS NOW RENTING: 17 Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof (reference Construction Permit No. waiver' any right such person may
You must be 21. In good physical Townhouse, starting: at'$210/Mo. BULLDOZER WORK: Need stumps out Section 24 Township 8 South Rang (CIO-172337)) and a stormwol.r detentionarea hove to request an administrative determination
condition and have a good driving Equal Housing Opportunity. For more or land cleared I charge$40 per hour. 22 East Bradford County' Florida; said with west perimeter dike outfall. to (hearing) under. Section 120.37*
record. Call northAmerican for a complete information can 468-1971. 450 John Deere. Call 782-3306 if no parcel! being more particularly described: discharge periodically as overland flow Florida Statutes.
information package.-800-348- 2 BR HOUSE FOR RENT AT UNION/ answer call 782-3954. TFN as follows: Commence at a concr.t. to New River Swamp. Mining will be conducted The Petition shall contain the following
2147 ask for operator 97. 15 BRADFORD COUNTY LINE:Off Hwy 17SUEL'S monument at the most Westerly cornerof In Section I. 12 13 and 14; Information: (a) The name, address,
BRIGHT ENTHUSIASTIC PERSON 100. appliances furnished.No pets. RETIREMENT COMMUNITY: Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Township 4 South; Range 22 last west of and telephone number of each petitioner -
NEEDED for Chiropractic Clinic. Security dep.Req.$3OOIMth.Call 431- Featuring a retirement community and UNIT ONE REPLAT; as recorded In Plot U.S. Highway 301 In Baker County the applicant's name and address -
Permanent position with good pros- 1014, 3pm til 9pm 13 home.Licensed supervision 24hoursa Book 3, Page 51 of the public records of Florida.The Department has assigned the Department Permit File
pects. Varied and Interesting duties. ONE BEDROOMiAPARTMENT: Completely day. Certified nursing sect, first aid Bradford County Florida and S file number.MS02-172338 to this project. Number and! the county hi which the prolect -
Must have basic clerical skulls and fumi&wd:4Cleanand quiet CPR trained staff. We are a retire- run A whose substantial Interestsare | Is proposed; (b) A statement of how
2916'20" E the line of person
along Westerly
,
excellent personality for dealing with Adults only 964-8214. 13 'mentcommunity-nota nurllng home. affected by the and when each petitioner recslved:
Club Dpartmnt's
said Estates Unit One proposed
people. 964-8018. 15 KINGSLEY LAKE: 2 BR. 2 BA Double- Not affiliated with any religious organization Keystone decision notice of the Department's action or proposed -
TRAILRESTAURANTINLAWTEYIsnow wide. Central air-dshwasher. Private .Call Sue 468-2619. R.plat 323.00 feet to an Iron pip.; permitting may petitionfor
today administrative hearing action; (c) A statement of howeach
th.nc. S 6043'40" W 530.55 fet to an proceeding (
for run
taking application Morning Cook 533-2602. 752-
pier. $350/Week. or. petitioner's substantial Interests
Waiter and Waitresses. Exp. preferred 4339. TFN 13 17WANT TO DRINK THAT'SYOUR an Iron pipe; thence run N 8945'33" W.. ) In accordance with Section 120.37. ere affected by the Departments actionor
but not Apply be- TO 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S, Florida Statutes. The petition must con
necessary. 3/2 BATH MOBILE HOME:Central heat ft BUSINESSI! WANT proposed action; (d) A statement of
tween the hour of 2-5 p.m. air. wall to wall carpet' front porch STOP? THATS OURSI OtrM'OS" W, 300.00 feet to on Iron pipe tain the Information set forth below and the material facts disputed by Petitioner
15 __ and the Paint of thence must be filed (reiohmd) In the Office of
screened In, fenced-- $325/Mo. Alcoholic Anonymous 964-3619. Beginning; continue H
any: (e) A statement of facts which
HAVE FUN EARNING MONEY AND plus deposit lard*. Ie.... 311 BATHIN 964-4150 96486141117' S 00'14'05" W 100.00 feet to an Iron' C.n.ral Counsel ol the Deportment at petitioner contends warrant reversal or
PRIZES be an Avon Representative. LAWTEY: Very well shaded large CHILD: CARE IN MY HOME: Experience pipe; thence run N 8945'J3" W, 435.60 2600 Blair Stone Road Tallahassee, modification of the action
Department's
For Information call Ramona. 782- yard. $325/Mo. plus deposit 8 Mo. 'and.eferencesavailable.Lots of love. feet to an Iron pip on the Easterly rightof Florida 32399-2400 within-14 days of
or proposed action (f A statement of
)
3068. TFN5 ( PROPERTIES 17 publication of this notice. Petitioner shall.. ;
ease. Call CASTLE 964 2349. way line of a County Rood; thence run which
REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only USA. Inc. William D. Tiffin Uo. Real CARPET SHAMPOOING FLOOR N 0014'03" E. along sold Easterly right of mall a copy of the petition to the applicant rules or statutes petitioner contends
weeks call 1-755-4040.North Fl.Real Estate Broker 964-5065. 13 STRIPING-WAX. general cleanings, way line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; at the address Indicated above at the require reversal or modification 0'Deport..t'l
Estate College. TEN5 3/2 HOUSE: Central heat and air. Wall windows, residential or commercial.C.C. thence run S B9*45'55' E, 435.60 feet to the time of filing. Failure to file' a petition action or proposed action
ATTENTION EARN MONEY TYPINGAT Wall carpeting;large yard. $400/Mo. Cleaning Service 7823089.C.C.S the Point of Beginning. Reserving an within this time period shall constitute a ; and (g) A statement of the relief

HOMEI) 1-60238-8885 potenHal. plus deposit. Avail. March 1. Call 17 easement for Utilities over, under and waiver of any right such ",--'may sought by petitioner, atating'pr.ciselythe
Detail Ext T- SHAMPOO SPECIAL action petitioner wants the Department -
CASTLE PROPERTIES USA. Inc. CARPET : across the Ea.t.rlyI7,5O' feet thereof. have to request an administrative. determination
17283. 15 dutyand William D. Titfln, Uo. Real Estate First room, $25; each additional $10. Indian Lake Wood., Lot 211 A parcel of (hearing) under Section 120.37 to toke with respect to the Department'l -
RN a LPN's: For staffing and private Broker, 964-5065. 13 No limit Call 782-3089. 17 Florida Statutes. action or proposed action.
long-term home care. Applications 2 BR MOBILE HOME: One child maximum LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need drt land situated In the Southeast One The Petition shall contain the following If e petition Is filed. the administrative
on Tuesday Call Vlrgie 964- fence Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof hearing pooce.11f designee to formulateagency
Call 964-8218. 13. spread? Lots cleared row
Information The address
: (a) name. ,
8772. Upjohn Healthcare Services. LARGE DOUBLEWIDE In good location. pushed. For free estimate Give us a Section 24, Township 8 South Range action. Accordingly the' Deportment' -
and number of each
15ANYONE $310/Mo. $100 Deposit 964-8704. call 964-4908.. anytime. 17 22 East Bradford County Florida; said telephone petitioner final action may be different from
CAN APPLY!Guaranteed Visa/ LARGE DOUBLEWIDE/ on Rd. 16. $3507 LAWN SERVICE: Let us trim your grass. parcel being mar particularly describedas : the applicant's name and address ,the position tok.n by It In this Notice.
MC.US Charge. Even with bad credit. Mo. $150 Deposit. Call 964-7323 or trim your hedge, weed-eat whereneededwe'Edolandscapework. follows: Commence at a concrete the Department Permit File.. Parsons whose substantial Interests will
No one refuted.Call 1-602-842-1087, 964-8704. '. 13 .Trim monument at the most Westerly cornerof Number and the county In which the pro. be ''effected > by any decision: of the
ext U4424. 15OFFICEWAREHOUSE MOBILE HOME LOT. FOR RENT;: Call trees or remove. No Job too small. So Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES lee Is proposed; (b) A statement of how Department with regard to the application -
;. Some office 964-7895. 13 give us a call 964-4908 and give UNIT ONE REPLAT; as recorded In Plot and when each petitioner* received /ova the right to petition to become
skills required. Mus be able to lift 100 TWO BEDROOM MASONRY HOUSE: Dad a break. 17 Book 3, Page 51 of the public records of notice of the Department's action or proposed a pony to the proceeding. The petition
Ibs. Apply In person. Draw-Tile cor. With large yard.' In 'xcelent neigh- A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: Bradford County Florida and run S action; (c) A statement of how must 'conform to' the requirements

Washington and Cherry.. Stark No borhood. Immediate occupancy. Ph. Australian European. Scandinavian 2916'20" I, along the Westerly line of each petitioners substantial Interests specified: above and be filed (received)
phone Cflils. 15' 964-7872. 13 Japanese high school exchange students said Keystone Club Estates Unit On. ore affected by the Department's actionor within 14 days of publication of this
RN', LPN's. and CNA's: Job opening EXTRA. CLEAN 3 BR.MOBILE HOME: arriving In August. Become a R.plat 325.00 feet to on Iron pipe; proposed action; (d) A statement of notice In the Office of General Counsel
for private duty staffing and borne CH/A on 1/2 acre tot Two mile from Host Family/American Intercultural thence run S 6043'40 W, 530.55 feet to the material fact disputed by Petitioner. at the ebov address of the Department.Fallur .
care. Call 964-8772 for Intervl_. Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB- If (e) A statement .f facts which
town. No pet*. $2SOVMo. $100 sea an Iron pipe; thence run N 69 45'55' W. any; to petition within the allowed'
Upjohn Healthcare Service.; deo. 964-7554. t3. : UNa. 17 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S petitioner contends'warrant reversal I or time from _ltltUt.. a waiver of any
'STOP RENTI) Cut
PAYING mortgage modification of the Deportment's action
OOM4'03" W, 400.00 feet to an Iron pipe
such has hearing
right to

In half! Well show how person request a
payments you or proposed action; (f) A statement of
and the Point of Beginning: thence continue -
under
Section 120.57" Florida
FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER to save thousands. For complete .
which ruts. or statute. petitioner Contends
S OOM4'OS"W. 100.00 feet to on Iron
details, call our 24-hour message Statutes, and! to participate as a party to
require reversal or modification *|
thence N 19'45'55" W. 435.60
MINIMUM OF YEARS EXPERIENCE center. ((303)) 753-3232. 17 pip; run the Deportment's action or proposed ac- this proceeding. Anysubsequent Intervention -
feet Iron th. '
to Easterly rightof
ROOM'ADOIITIONS an pipe on will only be at the approval t of
COMPUTER EXPERIENCE ElPFUL' REMODELING, ROOFING. line of Road thence tion; and (g) A statement of the relief
way a County ; run the presiding officer motion filed
KNOWLEDGE OF SOUTHEASTERN STATES SALES TAX" work,' aluminum: Carport or vinyl,siding concrete and N 00'14'05" E, along said Easterly right of sought by petitioner,.staling precisely pursuant to Rule 28-5.201.upon, Florida Admlttlttrattv -
the action petitioner wants the Department
LAWS A PLUSExcellent soffit systems. Free estimates. Call way line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; Cods.Th..pphcetlsrs. .
Paid ; Garrison Construction 964-6281 thence run S 89'43'35" E, 435.60 feet to to take with respect: to the Department's |Is available. r for: pobS(
Company Benefits 401TK Pay action or proposed octlon.
anytime. Mark Garrison license no. the Point of Beginning. Reserving an Inspection during normal business
Commensurate ,With Experience. E-14255. 17 easement for Utilities over under and If a petition Is If filed,the odmlntstrotlve hours COO: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday

An Equal Apply To: OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA, INC... READER a ADVISOR: One all problemsof across the Easterly 7.50 fet throf. hearing action.process Accordingly designed to the formulateagency Department's through Friday except legal holidays,at
life. Remove bad kick give lucky Indian Lake Woods, lot 22: A parcel of Deportment of Environmental Regula-
LINCOLN CITY ROAD (C-100A)
Opportunity final ; be
different from
numbers end day. Having problem land situated In th* Southeast One axira.il may tion. Northeast District Office. 3426 Bills
Starke Florida 32091
'- nploysr with loved? friend? busines? Call Quarter of th. Southwest One Quarter Road, Jacksonville. Flat Ida 32207. ,

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I Boys .F Buchholz,; Tonight in 1st Round of District Tournev I



Gainesville The Bradford BuchhoTz High five High plays' at A Bradford win Thursday would games since-Jan. 16, faces tough meet Vanguard and Buchholz would Bradford twice 7948 and 81-08. they could win the tournament., ,says

.m. tonight (Thursday, Feb.22)at 7:30) :'put the Tornadoes against the win- competition but Is capable of winn- get Its third shot. at beating seed Vanguard and Bradford spin Coach Roland Cummlngs.Dlst. .
p
the first round of.the DIst. In ner of the Gainesville Eastside- ing if the team shows up ready to Gainesville High but the seedings Bradford winning 83-7 at home and -3A standings:
basketball tournament. &-.3.\, : Ocala Forest game Friday night play and can escape are anything but a sure bet, says OV winning\ 7843 at home.BHS beat District S-SA)
when the tournament moves to a cold for a period aa has happen Gainesville Sun Sports Writer Buddy GUS 6569 In Gainesville then lost Yeses DbMct Omrall
.:neutral site, the Santa Fe Community recently. ColllnRs. 58-43 at home. BHS beat Forest 65-52 w L W 1
play opens at three Gainesville College 1Ym.Nowhere in Ocala and lost 61-60 at home. a.. t
sites. No.5 Ocala Forest (15-9) at1' a.. .m.Is. 7 .
.. 17 10IS
No.l seed Ocala Bradford and Buchholz
No.4 Eastside (16-8)), No.6 Vanguard High split during
Bradford ....
Is there balanced hell. 7 s 17
a more
(20-9) draws first round The the
Buchholz
(17-8) at No.3 seed Buchholz (17.10), district league. Five of the six teams other six teams a must play bye.three won 73-41510 regular Gainesville season. Dec. 5. GUS may have to play without ......... 7 5 U 5
No. 7 North 6-foot-8 center Fred Perkins
and Marion
who
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(8.18)1 at have won 15 or more Ocvhi forwtMartfc 4 a I* s
No.2 GUS (17-10).. games. games. If seedings and home court Bradford won 83-82 at home Jan. 0. has been diagnosed with pneumonia. .......... .
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Ill", |RH$.' which has lost five district advantages holdup, Eastside( would Eastside Is the only team to beat If the Tornadoes plav basketball M.rls. 5 II 5 a 17 M a



II Girls Win; :Boys" Lose First Tennis Match of SeasonThe 'I Baseball Team Loses First Game 4-3 I


Bradford High girls'l a\\ tW't.j((;l O*. court No.5 Fran Gonzalez, The BHS shut Bradford The last two NM" outs
girls out Union High High lost its first came on an to lead off the bottom of the eighth
Union High 7-0 but union's boys _defeated Shannon Hicks, 7-0 In the baseball unusual double when NM
BUCK opening match for both game of the season 4-3 in play two but was left on third base.
went 4-3 by BHS In the opening teams. runners ended third base. BHS
eight Innings when North Marion up on 4..41. 1LMrrAsaN
match of the season lost Friday., In the doubles matches. Union top No.1 seed Cruz 11 BUS High brought two \ cut off the lead runner and catcher MINa.kk'M.d

Feb. 16.Boy'a. seeds Keller and Mills defeated went 8-5 by Briny Ward, VCHS. handers to Tornado land Friday, Emory Prevatt chased him back to -... 4l5 d.4 Ikrw-.,.. CI III I
.Bradford's Shuford and McKinney Sophie Fanton 10, BUS defeated Feb. 16.North. third.Meanwhile the NM runner on --- S1/1h..4 .. I
97. Smith and Welch gained BHS a Elizabeth Karschner UCHS J 84. Marlon outhit BHS 11-4. second advanced to third. Both NM .dr..M III aI .a..s 1 s as.Nldlr
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Match: split in doubles defeating Union's Amy Griffls 11, BHS went 8-4 by "We did pretty well to stay so runners slid Into third, and BHS _.. d III -.. ... s.411D l .
In the boys's No. 1 match David Bryant and Peacock 8-6. Tricia Fortner UCHS. Emily: close." said Coach Mike Guiterrez. third baseman missed the tag.Then -.. s s 1 Olesd'A 411e.AN
Keller UCHS defeated Mark, It was a tough loss but a good Nugent 10 BHS,went 8-3 by Union's both NM runners stepped off the bag -.... -... ,
Shufo \. 12, BHS, 84. Richard Mills. match said BUS Coach Jerry Lori Hundley. Krlsty Harrison 11, Winning pitcher was NM's Jimmy and Dyal tagged both out. t a e e.r..rA III
UCHS defeated Richard Smith,-12, .McGriff.BUS played well but short- BHS, defeated Shannon Rimmer Morgan who went 61/3 innings had Upcoming...
BUS 8-2 on the No.2 court... handed with freshman third seed UCHS 8-1. 11 strike outs allowed 4 hits and 5 Bradford's Andy Goodowns double BItS toon the road for four
Jason games.
Welty out of town. In an exhibition match Terri walks. Gene bone relieved
going 1 Into left center cleared the bases Wed., Feb.21, BHS went to
In exhibition matches Joey Crawford, 12, BHS, defeated Brandi 2/3 Innings allowed no hits, one loaded on three walks, for the three Gainesville High.
Bissinnar UCHS defeated Sampson Delaney U\HS.8-1. walk and fanned 3 batters. Losing BUS I'UDIIIn the bottom of the sixth
Third seed Chad Welch, 11, BHS Friday Feb.23.BHS goes to Santa
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defeated Union's Don Bryant 8-4. On" Fuller 11, BUS 6-4. and Robbie In the doubles matches Cruz and pitcher was Bradford's Bo Hersey to tie the game S-3. NM scored two Fe High. Game time: 7 p.m.Tuesday .
court No.4 Michael 10 Sapp, 10, BUS defeated Luis Ca jinx, Harrison BUS defeated Ward and who gave up 11 hits walked 2, ana runs In the first on two hits and a Feb. 27, BHS travels to
McKinney ; UCHS 60.'Girl's Fortner UCHS H. and Fanton and struck out 8. third In the third Marion
BHS defeated Lance Bryant UCHS, run on a triple by North for a 7 p.m. game.
... ., Nugent BHS, defeated Karschnerand Reliever Gene Cone singled in the pitcher Jimmy Morgan. Friday, March 2, BHS travels to
: Match: Michelle Lennon, UCHS 8-2. winning run in the top of the eighth. Bradford's Devin Jackson singled Ocala Forest for a 7 p.m. game.Bradford .


I High Runners Place in Five- of- Seven.- -, Events at Fehnarv 01 17 Orange..., Park Relays .

Bradford High runners placed In fourth over-all In the freshman- Wanton, Rene Daugherty was fifth team of Scott Duncan Kenny DeSue, 2,3 and participated.. Schools BItS will go to the 19th annual all
five uf seven events entered Saturday sophomore mile with a time of In the 880 yard relay with a time of Bernard Johnson and Larry Green participating Included Quincy metric Sandalwood Saints open run
Feb. 17, In the Orange Park 4:53.53: a quality performance says 2:09.2. The boys 880 relay team of ran 9:11.36 to place fifth. Scott ran Shanks Gainesville Buchholz,Terry track and field meet In Jacksonville.The .
relays In the opening track.meet of Coach George Loper. Kenny DeSue Tyrone Sanders 2:16: DeSue ran 2:19: Johnson 2:18: Parker, only relays will be for weight
the 1990 season. Robert Nichols and Timmy Taylor and Green 2:18. Tallahassee McClay, Englewood!: men ana women.
The 'Bi13 girls team of Marian placed fifth In 1183.' High Bishop KennY; eburg First home meet Is Tuesday Feb.

Sophomore! Larry Green placed., 'I.Jenkins Bridget Holder Nicole In the two mile relay the BHS boys Eleven schools a mix of Classes High and Episcopal High. 27, against Keystone at 4 p.m.


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win over Ocala Forest In the semifinals -1'C.e.- .CAA ,e;" Ja "''43t.
of the 5-3A"Basketball ., I P ... .
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Tournament played at Buchholt: -nO" te.. !t1t "
High in Gainesville. .. ee ...."" t.r.SJ.IIAI .
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the li3ter half. The Lady Tornadoes I won-I I.Id. :l1..(' d "' i)' \ : : .UY ., "e,;, "' I, -, .'t...a''i I. < ,1A v '\::.. iJO.-':"b... ,f't '"' \

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the third period 29-15.Forest won the tI .' .
fourth period 28-27 but couldn't catch -.1 .
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up. :: \ RePo''\ dell : NS S Pna.92 \
The Lady remained G,.S t'e ''o n18" i"t.
calm and made most of their foul J.OU ." L rt' ,'11 I I"'t'" e.. \\ '

shots as the Bobcat ladies fought. for :f. o't..es. __aO\ee b 6. ., -

the It basketball.was a determined. third period '.'' tti;; d JS9' .\. N o '.. :,- 400 '..( .. l\

effort for the Lady Tornadoes. ? .. \\" .. \I\ .
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Aurilla Williams who had 19 're- 'i''
bounds came out and controlled the ,:... : .. ,!>> \ aeOS
boards at both ends of the court. \ \ \
Sophomore guard Monic Williams c.I'O ... \ .t'O\ C I

who lead BHS scoring with 26 paints \,
became more active, driving (in for'' r.'f' i. sa\\ata. --- n a\e

close shots,as the Bradford girls ran "\. :; \32 II ) !

fast breaks and played good. man"to. : O\ /Gi
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man pressing defense. ; ---=::
In 32S
scored double
Five Tornado ladles \t. .. ,
figures. Aurilla Williams had 18
b.- -
points, Rhonda Bright 14, and An- "V :> .
nette Simmons and Kendra. Butler 11 .1r c.s -- 3038.
each. t.e. ." to. n"' ;2
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Forest Woods guards Ines matched Parker Monic and, ''.' -- ..c.: ':).":I
Lisa each '
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Williams 26 points and Lori Kite had ")\\ 1 i .

16 points. But the Bobcat ladles lacked .' ; }' fa'!>>!>>-\ '; -5 tr" *&,
of
the balanced scoring power ;e s ,555.,04"i ,
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Coach John Slater got the birthday '"' a.J- 0.II. ...'
the Lady .: p01fct' ,
present he asked for as .
Tornadoes won 58-38 over Buchholz .. { ,I.. i... ,, ., :. .1 S f
High in the opening round of theDist53A .;; : : I".S,. \\

BastbaTournaentlast Buchholz High ;., ..H I.n't". ., Usages .
Wednesday at t.
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the site of the tournament. i'n "
BHS had beaten Buchholz! 83-24 .
and 74-40 in regular season play. ..r: ; I.,. ...... ...I.. .. .
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Center Aurilla Williams scored 14 ..' .N\\ y ., '
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points and had nine rebounds as the ". ,., ,,, !.. 'J ,\vf ''i', c,'; ,
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BHS Golfers. r be Centels only official directory. It will be distributed to every business and residence in your area.And / ,


Tee OrrFriday,: action thanks to a joint'effort with Donnelley Directory the. leader in directory publishing,its all-new design and innovative /d .'.

Tornado golfers begin 1090 ,

tomorrow Russell Cout.Memorial((Friday' Feb.23 Invitational. In-the atPalm features will help serve your business better. So remember to turn to the source even more people will r!. 'W<,. J


It is the fourth year OIlS golfers to.The official First from More Of What
.entered the match They've won turn urce. Source Centel. you're. looking for. ,

twice and tied once, placing! second "' ..
when the scores were compressed, :' I PuMWwdJoMlyBy
Coach Mike Sexton. .
says
Playing.for BHS In the opening :'. .,. .. \ ';' Donnelley Directory
match will be senior lettermen LInk r ,; "'"" "''f..,' -/", ,., .*. .-" .'L _. :':'': ea13TS.asel.wveel4r.wv, ,
Bishop and Ron Zurfluh. Youngsters y' : ..' : '
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Jimmy Parade and Shaun Rowell.. j'
If. a rebuilding Coach Sexton
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Bradford FFA (Future Farmers for the students.: Among these are of over 15,000 pounds of cow feed,
of America) chapters have com- classrooms, three greenhouses, production of approximately 30
pleted another active year and are 170-acre school farm,two tractors,a acres of baYt 20 acres of winter rye,
celebrating National FFA Week. herd of approximately 30 head of 15 millet, for summer .
Theme for this week js "FFA beef cattle, Ag mechanics shop anda pasture, construction of two farm
Leading the Challenge;';' host of support from the communi- trailers in.Ag Shop,construction of
exhibits, production of
fair
three
Bradford Chapters are two of over
ty.This In
7800, the has had over 250,000 plants our
chapters across nation with past year the chapter and sold
approximately
over<404,000 FFA members.The two members attend the National FFA greenhouses .
chapters and their members..have Convention In Kansas City 48,000 of Umber.'We
participated In many contests and Missouri; State FFA Convention In have; taken several educational .
activities throughout the year. Orlando; State Fair, in Tampa;Cen- field trips with our members
pJM tral Florida Fair in Orlando and to local points of interest trade
FFA is a student organization of Jacksonville Fair in Jacksonville.The shows expos and livestock shows.
tho Agricultural Education Program Agricultural Departmenttries From the activities listed we
at the Bradford-Union Area to provide a hands-on experience believe that the Bradford FFA
M Vo-Tech Center.We offer classes in in the classes taught. Chapters are truly leading the
,t l several ag-related areas; among Chapter members have been Involv. challenge in our community. We
? r these are Agricultural Production, ed in many learning experiences this would like to thank the many people
Nursery Operations,Ag Mechanics, year which include Production of who have supported the
{ f and Agricultural Co-op. three acres of field corn,productionof gram in Bradford County and solicit
The FFA program has a variety of two show steers and two show your membership In the FFA Alumni
facilities for providing instruction hogs,a cow-calf operation,grinding Association.

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District Championship. Game '

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1 The Lady Tornado five fell eight several of Bright's shots from the get the basketball."We .
points short in defending its 1989 side. just went cold turkey said
I district championship as Ocala Coach John Slater said his Lady Coach Slater."And when Aurilla sat
Vanguard won the 1990 title 48-40 Tornadoes didn't run their offense we virtually didn't get any offensive
Saturday night, Feb. 17, in the after first of the second period.After rebounds. Vanguard never really
Cox Appliance } Y Buchholz High gym in Gainesville.Such that,it was one pass and shoot,with got hot either. .But they did what
a low scoring game was OV coming down with a good many' th to do."
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unexpected by OV Coach Bill Lavan missed BHS shots. Williams,.struggling with
Air Conditioning whose daughter Felicia Lavan led Coach Slater said Aurilla Williams her shooting in the championship,
all scorers with 22 points. rebounded competitively with OV's was 5 for 19 from the floor.But after
Service OV controlled the boards, outre- Lavan and Mcknight early in the Felicia Lavan put OV up by four,
bounding Bradford 4833. Mandie game.OV all-state candidate Felicia 31-27 Monic drove the length of the
rr McKnight, 6-1, led in reboundingwith Lavan was 2 of 12 from the field in court for two layups to tie the game
13. Felicia Lavan had 11, Kim the first half.Bradford 34-34.
M. Pate and Jana Morrison 8 each,and led 18-9 after the first
Tara Thomas 6 for OV. period. OV won the second period .The final OV advantage came
Monika Williams led BBS in re- 14-7 on back door shots and layups when Felicia Lavan rebounded a
bounding with 8, Aurilla Williams over Aurilla Williams. BHS was up missed OV shot under the basket and
had 6, Rhonda Bright 5, and Latara 25-23 at the half. put it back up.Then OV guard Bran-
nN Jackson one. di Groves stole BHS
a for
The OV girls packed three people Both teams were cold shooting in contested pass an un-
OV
under the basket, made it tough In- the third period, but finally OV got with 4:20 left layup.in the was up 41-34
side, and forced BHS to shoot over the basketball in to Felicia Lavan Lavan called game. Coach
time and
the tall wall. Aurilla Williams, the for some under the basket layups put the
BHS center, retreated to the top of and OV won the period 8-2 for 31-27 Knights into a spread offense, leav-
ing a tired BHS five to chase
the key for jumpers.Forced that far advantage. Aurilla Williams pickedup basketball. the
And, OV made
out, Williams didn't get as many her fourth foul at 1:07 in the third its free
Joe him Cox.today your for friendly any appliance repairman.repair.Call. baskets to go down as when closer period and sat down, leaving OV throws.BHS did not.
SeMce&Repair on: in.Monic with a decided height advantage.OV BUS ended its season at 18-5 and in
Williams led Bradford with lived at the free throw line in second place in Dist53A.
.All Major Appliances 11 points, under her season scoring the fourth period which it won 17-13.,,., .
The beaten in
class watches Vanguard was 54-49 the
the
Top: Ag hay baling at the Industrial Park.
Air Conditioning Refrigeration process average. Kendra Butler scored 8 Bradford closed to 40-43 with a Region III championship game at ,
.Electrical points, Aurilla Williams 8, Latara minute to go on baskets by Kendra No.1 ranked Sanford Seminole,24-0,
Below:Two Ag students work hard grinding feed to feed their cows at th e Jackson and Annette Simmons 5 Butler, Monic Williams and Aurilla this past Tuesday night.
school farm. each. Rhonda Bright was held Williams.But OV made its free shotsas
Lie*R A 0046994,ER 0007578 scoreless,with Miss Lavan blocking BHS had to foul in an attempt to lee GIrls

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by Sue Ellen,? Smith', 'L' ..I,' '.>., tilif) lriiAA'.Iw': {tG" 'S1Kes''pregriadt.a'I .. .''aitbealth'care are'provided. Also,
BCT StaN WrltM1 .I'W ,ti+en) rsf: Th.)Qtify'lrGdpiremenl Is- the program's Instructor Is able to
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happen time and ,time'a' ain'; 1.IYeril d'i""1' ; i. : : ., ; attention' than they would ever
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unable to Keep up with claw work or.* 'bf''i erfls.encouraged to enter.the .Whiteheadsald.Wogra'fri { .
unwilling to deal wall\ tufting\. \. ;-aPrmaLTOen Program'rather,.thanf .'.: Instructor Pat Smith
pressures they drop out t'schooJ', .: ", ,(L'stdyAt Bratjfoadliigh'Scpoii; /But. .said the program has other important
Without a high school, diploma"I", ttytflnai,+ they are unable to find a job that will, .?!enter the program stay!at, (he''llighi: the are encouraged to work
pay enough to support them ttluch'less 'acho1,Wleft( up toiler1. .:. ..at their own which means they
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pay for necessary child care:Mia '. "So. maHvr. '.girls; ,vrtten'1lf, : .e.i.i'f get .ean, go far ahead of their classes at
result many end up on the Welfare. pregnant drop"out\ ,!' ,said'EugtsnjaWhTtehead : ,the: 4 unlike the high
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director Serr :school, is not
A recently Implemented and little' Vices at:the Bradford County. School\.. '.;r"e i inired, to, allow for doctor's appointment ,
known the Bradford Comi-T Board. that
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native to dropping out of school and.' Whiteheact.said I that \ 'prograje ..:Smith said the biggest advantageto
school administrators hope, will was nbt implemented to tflolat rJreg-r, : \ the program may be the opportunity -
them out of the welfare 'nant, t from thei, : at,the the share their
keep cycle eqs; ;peers teens get to experiences f s1
The four-month-old program high .school J,) but :Jto 'addres?,'tfielr .'.,: : \:: .,/.: '" .," '.:. ...
housed at the RJE Center on Pine specific,,' needs AJong- :wttW'1academlps \ :'!,We;council! each. other," Smith .. .."fj.
Street allows a pregnant teenager' ,$pedal classes! 'tn-paren) ;> Waiting Patiently. .;A ?'
to continue her: education.in an.en-' ting; child: growth'and development;' see Teen page SB Two'month'old Brittany Bow wait patiently for her mother,Kenethla' a..,to Ulclier Mrt.( ar cr.....4NIia7.van I96475QO'
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I ,i Melrose Awarded Placeon SALONGOODTIMESBPC' Receive Free Drink With ,


National Register- RerPlptFromGoodhmesAt

''I The charming lakeside town of land port Melrose shares some of ,
Melrose was listed on the National the waterfront.In its heyday,the big
Register of Historic Places as a event of each day was the arrival of HOGAN
,Historic District on Jan. 12, 1990. the steamboat at the town dock,and Hair & 964-2222
Jean Marshall,president of Historic boating and fishing were favorite Design Tanning ,
Merill'Olle,Inc.,the organization spon- pastimes.Melrose.
nomination of the historic is the seventh historic p--------.P--------.P--------.P--------' 7DI
district, received word of the honor district to be listed from Alachua GINA CARTER MARLENE OSTEEN TINA CUMONS lANE KIRCHAINE |
from the Florida Bureau of Historic County. Micanopy and Newberryeach II II n
Preservation, which provided mat- have National Register historic I $5.00 COUPON II $5.00 COUPON II $5.00 COUPON II $5.00 COUPON I
ching grant funds for the project. districts, and there are four in
Melrose Founded Bathe in 1877 on town the is shores in both of Southeast Gainesville, and, the Pleasant Northeast Street, : FOR PERM II FOR COLOR H FOR HIGHLIGHTS FOR SHAMPOO SETS:

Alachua and Putnam counties. It Residential Historic Districts, and BY APPOINTMENT ONLY APPOINTMENT ONLY ?" BY APPOINTMENT ONLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
became a bustling winter resort inlandport the University of Florida Historic II with coupon only II with coupon only II with coupon only II with coupon only .
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when the Santa Fe Canal open-
ed in 1881 to link Little Lake Santa
Fe to Lake Alto so the steamboat
could bring passengers arriving in
Waldo by train to Melrose and the
other settlements on Lake Santa Fe.
Comfortable hotels and boarding WinnDixieTM
houses were centers of social activity l l'I:

Victorian, and wealthy vacation northerners cottages built,

boathouses and gazebos. Other
amenities were the Ladies Debating :
Club large,a number school. of fine churches anda Ii UPLIGIVE

Many of these buildings have been
preserved and restored, giving
Melrose Its unique character and _-.. T
historical quality. A stroll around 1"- YOUR CHANGE TO
the compact historic district revealsa
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styles in the houses built .
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Library More Bradford is more than than County BooksThe a stack Public of L

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the new Florida and Local History On Our Special Plan
Collection at the Bradford County I I For Details.
Public Library.The .
collection is made possible -= -
through an endowment from The pDA : 1
Bradford County Telegraph and will
feature both adult and children's EVERY
titles. LpYlf PRIC WIIIrc Hour
Library Director Sue Crum hopesto
develop panorama of information
on Florida and Bradford Coun .
ty. I J

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Repair Work BJUMECUE CHICKEN $ g9 EVERYDAY

DINNER PUCK CAN_ I I LOW PRICE I

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I Jefferson Meetin on the Constitution Scheduled March 1617If I

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you bring together 100 leading a community ...> examine and ingredient for Jefferson Meetings, on the Constitution Is an outstanding Florida. tion whether the Constitution Is still
business, civic, political, educational reassess the Institutions of Harris said. Delegates will repre-- one. Members of the faculty are: Topics of discussion for the Jeffer- safeguarding the Ideals of Justice,
and professional leaders with American government as we enter sent a cross section of the Bradford Augustus S. Burns, Ph.D., Assoc. son Meeting will be electoral college freedom and representation upon
100 Bradford High School senior our third century under the constitu- County community and will conduct Prof of History, University of reform, proposals to Institute item which it was founded.
American government students and tion. discussions on each of six Issues on Florida Joan S. Carver Ph.D., and legislative veto powers, the Im- Due to the nature of the programand
make the topic of conversation the "It's public participation at its the agenda.After an opening sessionon Dean, College of Arts and Stciences, plications of calling a national con- the facilities, only the first 100
U.S. Constitution, what do you get? best," Harris said. March 16 In which the Issues will Jacksonville University; John stitlonal convention, proposals to adults and 100 students to apply will
The Bradford County Jefferson be presented and discussed, Dykes, Instructor, American establish' terms of office for the be accepted. Adult participants will
Meeting on the Constitution. The country's first Jefferson delegates will divide Into' study Government and History Santa Fe Federal Judiciary, proposals to pay $10 while student participantswill
Meeting took place in Williamsburg, groups and discuss the pros and cons Community College; Kermit I,.Hall, limit the President to a single six- be admitted free.
Organized by BBS American Virginia, In 1984. Since that first
of their respective issue, which will
term
year and proposals to limit The Bradford County Jefferson
government instructor Jefferson meetlngi Jefferson Meetings have then be presented to the entire Ph.D., Chairman, Dept. of History campaign contributions and Meeting on the Constition is being
ris, the county's first d In cities all the Aff. expen
across assembly on March 17. A catered Prof of Law, University of ditures. funded by contributions from local
Meeting on the Constitution to be country including St. Louis and, Florida
luncheon will cap off the last day of ; Joseph B. Mizereck, Exec. community members.Contributionsfor
held March 16-17 at 'the BHS Chicago.Twelve Jefferson Meetings the Jefferson Meeting. Dir., Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; The Bradford County Jefferson the meeting are still needed ana
Auditorium. have been held In the country in the R.. Philip Twogood, Ph.D. Asst
} Meeting on the Constitution will be can be sent to: Bradford County Jefferson
A Jefferson Meeting on the Constitution last six months. v Harris'said the faculty for The Prof.of Politic a Science and Public an opportunity for interested Meeting, P.O. Box 613,
is an assembly of citizens of Citizen participation is the main Bradford County Jefferson Meeting, Administration, University of North citizens to discuss,debate and ques&Farmstead Starke, FL 32091

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PRICES GOODTHURS.WED. Union CityExecutive

v .
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U. CHOICI FEB. 22-28, 1990.

W-D! BRAND TRlMCO f" QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS First Union National Bank of
"
Florida has named Cynthia S.
U.S CHOICE BEEF 1 '.mj Boatright city executive First
1-1- Union's equivalent of a local bank
MEDALLION BRANDFAMILY president, of the bank's operationsIn
BONELESS Starke. Boatright succeeds Kerry
PACK
FARMSTEAD WHOLE SToal Rowell, former president of Florida
National Bank in Starke.In .
BONELESS H:>> :S FRYER her new position, she will be
CHUCK responsible for First Union's con-
T
sumer and commercial banking
IIT1l operations in Bradford County.
PORK LOIN THIGHS Prior to her promotion, Boatright
ROAST served as area operations coordinator
for First Union in North Cen-

with tral Florida Florida.Florida Inc. was First National completed Union's Banks Jan.merger 29.of

"Cindy is an exciting addition to

9 6 0 our ment North team Central" said Florida Beth McCague manage-,
First Unionls North Central Florida
7 area executive. "Her enthusiastic,

De O 5 hands-on we change approach the Florida will be National an assetas

name to First Union in Bradford
"
Bs County during the coming months.
Boatright is a graduate of the
LB. SLICED LB. University of Florida, and the
LB. FREE Robert Morris Association School of
Commercial Lending. She is chair-
man of the Florida Bankers Educa-
BRAND FAMILY PACK tion Foundation board of trustees,
MEDALLION
W-D BRAND US. CHOICE BEEP FARMSTEAD BONELESS has been an instructor for the local

,CHUCK STEAK BONL8E5,237 PORK CHOPS .. .. LB. 298 F FRYER WINGS PORTION. LB.68c chapter Banking of and the a American member Institute of the Na-of

tional Association of Bank Women
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE "My family and I look forward to
BEEF W-D SMOKED PORK becoming a part of the Starke com-
DONE \ SHOULDERPICNICS munity and I am particularly ex-
HICKORY SWEET cited about the challenge this oppor-
BO STEAKS 1\\ .qj ..., CommunitvStale tunity pre en /for me professionally -
SLICED '" ,/ ," said Boatright. "I enjoy being
\ .. Bank active in community affairs and look
-of Starke ep. forward to getting involved with my,,
"

LB.T, e.gg'c'.claolcs .tt L6 10 f.311'C, (if'I 8'fl-: ? e: .Savings ChfOJhll31J Account: 1 ttJfttf.t4tlfC Credit I: Card Applications...tmi f First new Boablgbt friends umorrm'1974 of increasing in began Starke.and be'rjIi'eer"responsibilityover has\ held poslftions iwith.( '

HOT ITALIANFRESH W-D REGULAR Loan Applications Money Orders
MADE FROM BONELESS FRYER THIGHSBONELESS COUNT MILD MARKET of $ 77 BOLOGNA or Certificates of Deposit Night Depository the years Union's, including second manage-
CUBED $179 | 12 M. 9ge Public ment of First largest
1 MADE SAUSAGE u FRANKS. .,. . rot' Money Market Accounts Notary branch in the Gainesville area.
FRYER STEAKS u WD.ENDLESS HOURS: Active in the community, she is
'Of MORE ALL VARIETIES MOM-WED lm.-4 treasurer of Neighborhood Housing
3-LB. LINK $R99 p.m. OTV
MARKET GROUND W CHIPPED 39 THURS. &FRI. 9sm-6pm. dupennaiHCtSATURDAY Services of GainesvilleAlachuaCounty
7Qc MEATS 2'ft,0I.PKG. SMOKED SAUSAGE ntla 8 am-2pm. BJUlkW"AH. and a member of their
TURKEY . u. 0 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 COMBINATION board. She also is a member of the

FRESH TRAY PAK_ $179 HICKORY SWEET $|99 PIZZAS 2 $600 dable board of Housing the Alachua Coalition County, and Affor-has

I BONELESS HAMS LI o. 0 0 o' .us been a member of the GainesvilleArea
CATFISH .
RED 0 uL Chamber of Commerce Local
HARVEST Government. Committee and
treasurer of Gainesville's Search for
= = ERYDAV Shelter organization.First .
FRESH
p Union National Bank of
-LOW RICE Florida, headquartered In Jackson-
PRODUCEs ville, has assets of $17.1 billion and
p
393 banking offices in 33 counties. It
is a subsidiary of Charlotte, N.C.
based First Union Corporation.
a s eC makes the produce. Following its acquisition of Florida
difference. National Banks of Florida, Inc., on
s WINN-DIXIE makes the
Jan.29,First Union Corporation now
s has assets of$38 billion and operates -
iii: i t:1: i CHILIAN banking and financial services offices
I RED in 36 states and two foreign
.l>U Klft( Rl CMAMBRETERS SEEDLESSGRAPES countries. ;


___ __ __ __ p ( $379 I E Gettysburg Callto

I.I C Glory UDCHistorical =

I 79I Program

.
._ _ LB. Getiysourg-Call to Glory was the ?
subject of the program presented to ;

-. _______ the W.T. Weeks Chapter, UDC by
Thomas at their meeting
ALL PURPOSE Peggy
13R Monday, Feb. 19, which was held at
'.V"YDAY,LOw'P'IiCI i .
Western Steer Steakhouse.In
PEPPERONI SAUSAGE or COMBO POTATOES

SUNNY DELITE VINNIE'S flc I States 1S61, America when war was split a rural the United land.
99
IVORY LIQ'JiDDOEl&NT CITRUS PUNCH ':: PIZZA . . nui i When the battles were taking placeIt
DISH FLAVORS :- PLAIN EGO, ONION or RAISIN HONEY $229SUPERBRAND was hard to tell where each group
ASSORTED LENDERS BAG of soldiers were due to the conditionsor
88'C 12, 78' 'POTATOES the countryside which was crisscrossed -
YOGURt. 0 0 : .' & BAGELS . . PNC by rivers and flanked by

.
forests.
SWEET MILK BUTTERMILK or TENDER LAYER '
22-01. PILLSBLlRYBISCUITS THRIFTY MAID WASHINGTON STATE RED Many of these young men marched -
67
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ETTL.CAMPBELLS 'e 99C FRIES.s off to war expecting glary but it
II II STEAK AS has taken the passing of 125 years or
their deeds have acquired -
before
SUPERBRAND ALL VARIETIES' more

CHICK| +I LONGHORN HALF $158 TYSON 2 $500 .DELICIOUS the soil 1I10ry.of Their south-central blood watered Penn-
.. 43e
CHEESE. :.: ENTREES ::::
NOODLE SOUP 1;. MOON o. o. 0 0 0 C sylvania northern, western Virginia.Maryland Now their and I I

MARKETPLACE WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE.MEDIUIWHITE sacrifices are being appreciated at
I : these places as they are being
preserved In their original condition
PHARMACY FRESH OCEAN where possible.The .
Wl WILL NOT sites of the two fiercest battles
KNOWINGLYUNDERSOLD PERCH FILLETS YELLOW 3 to SSe of the war, Gettysburg and An-
SHRIMP
ss p ONIONS ens tietam, are wooded but possess a

SHOP PricripUon WINN-DIXIE Need PHARMACY Our pharmaclatt .. 9 $ 9 ENDIVE ROMAINESALADS! SSCA pLl' Civil terrible War beauty.continues The to hold exert that on the the
2 $1
For Your Sll9 31 American Imagination Is drawing
I we available to.anayour of low FISHE7r AN r. '. HEADS tourists to visit the battlefields and
pre8Crlpdon questiona.when.dYllleUJ'OblU have LB. LB. j the bonus .la that they are located in
cost generic drugs record-uepJ ng- for your con- FRESH SEAFOOQ* FLORIDA 9 9C beautiful\ countryside. ,
'computerized accept all major>> ? LARGE HEADLESS CARROTS \ Peggy Thomas presided over the
4 0
e plans. Including PCSPAIOand CALICO $399 $299 meeting In the absence of the president -
prescription MKDIHEX SCALLOPS . La ROCK SHRIMP m Mildred Weisgerber.
Social hour followed with a aWwert
course being lerved.Check.



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I Keystone Business Burns, No Injuries Reported... I '? PEST LORIDA

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I ONTROL
by Ann Sponhottx Investigation of the ordor Murphy totally engulfed In flames. hours earlier.
and Carolyn Ea... discovered heavy smoke coming Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire Owner Patrick McGill was calledto
from Patrick's Pub, a lounge ana Chief Mike Miller and firefighters the scene. McGill has run the
1 aCT Staff Writer package store on SR-21'arid: Com-;: fought the blaze for nearly two hours business for the past three years and
An early morning fire Wednesday merical Circle north of SR-100. with flames so intense they set a has done extensive renovations to
destroyed a long time Keystone Fire Station 10 in Keystone nearly pine tree on fire. Sparks and the building which was formerly the
Heights business.' However, Heights and McRae Station 23 heavy smoke filled the area around Model A Lounge.As .
firefighters were able to contain the responded to the scene along with Commerical Circle and traffic along of press time the state fire mar-
blaze, preventing the fire from Rescue 75.When firefighters arrived SR-21 was detoured around massive shall had not determined an official
touching other nearly businesses.At flames were shooting from the back hose and firefighting equipment. cause of the fire.
4:40 a.m. Feb. 21, Clay County of the building and"qulcldy broke There were no Injuries resulting
I Deputy J. P. Murphy, while on through the front part of the roof. from the fire.The building was unoc- (For more details and pictures A Weed and feed fertilizer has an added
routine patrol,smelled smoke.Upon Then the entire building became cupied having been closed several next week's Lake Region Monitor.see) pro-emergent weed killer that will kill
sprouting wa d.. If weeds are not a problam
for you a 10-4-7 fertlllzBr contains primaries, .
$5 Rock 30 Years organic and chelaud Iron for lasting _
I feeding It I I.also very Important to fertilize .
your fruit and shade trees and woody shrubs
Starke Man 60 Years for CrackA
Gets Selling and vine to give them the nutrition they -
need for spring growth and production.

27-year-old Starke man was peared frequently in arrest records. Hershel Blaine Dyal pled guilty to Ted Edgar Manning pled no contest -
sentenced to serve 60 years in prisonfor Arraigned Nov. 3, 1980 for burglary, burglary, grand theft, petit theft, grand theft auto and was placedon GROTONE PELLETS IO-.- 'ball cov.r.SOOOlq..11.$'' "\ 99
selling crack cocaine last sum- grand theft, conspiracy to commit burglary and was sentenced to serve three years probation concurrent
mer. grand theft French was placed on seven years In the Department of with probation in Nassau County. A GROTONE WEED FEED... oov..3OOO .It. $999
Anthony French was sentencedFeb. the pre-trial intervention program Corrections. Other charges of grand restitution hearing will be set.
12 under the habitual offenderlaw which he completed prior to 1982 theft, dealing in stolen property and GROTONE:
by Circuit Judge James L. before his arrest for burglary of a burglary against Dyal will be Carrie Bell King pled no contest to CAMELUA-AZALEA- GARDENIA
Tomlinson. French was found guilty structure, burglary and grand theft. dismissed by the state. battery and was sentenced to county $219 $399 $099
by a jury last month of selling a $5 He was sentenced in July, 1982 to Dyal pled guilty to violating his jail for three days with credit for FRUIT& PECAN SPECIAL sib. 10 lb. 25 lb.
rock of crack cocaine to Major Bill serve five years DOC. probation for forgery and was time served. .
Reno last summer, he was sentenced In 1987 French was arrested for sentenced < '', <,,>I2tt
to serve five DOC to "
years o8.i CRUNCH!! irr.,... ,
TOMATO
THE ;
BEAT {
to serve 30 years in the Depart- burglary.In 1988 he was arrested for run concurrent with other sentence. w, cola
ment of Corrections. possession,sale and delivery of controlled 'fctow,your own In a pot... Bring Indoors when <, Y
July 6, 1989, French was charged substance, battery of a law David Jim Browning was found Betty Covington pled no contest
with selling crack twice to Reno and enforcement officer, petit theft, guilty of violation of probation for ed burglary three and forgery and was plac- TOMATO BLOOMING HALLS POTTING
once to Investigator Kinard Perry. resisting arrest with violence, purchase or possession with intent to on years probation. PLANTS ANNUALS SOIL
One charge dismissed and possession of a firearm by a con-
was purchase cocaine and was sentenced DanR. .Penile' ,SnapdragonsP.ttutlaa
French pled no contest to the re- victed felon. He pled no contest to to six months Bradford County Jail possession of Maloy firearm charged with 690 ((4 packs) and morel l
a by a con-
maining charge for which he was possession and was sentenced to and 24 months community control. $129
victed felon and
also sentenced to serve 30 serve 30 months DOC. battery of a law en-
years 790 4
forcement officer ((6 packs) 690 qt.
DOC consecutively. Not long out of prison French was Dennis Tyler pled no contest habitual was sentenced as 4" pots
a offender to served four
French sentencd under arrested the crack
was the on charges. trespass while armed and was
plac-
on each DOC to
charge
years run
new state law that allows Judges to ed on one year probation.
exceed standard guidelines when Other defendants appearing concurrent. I G e..,
those who have before Judge Tomlinson Feb. 12
punishing
previous Stacey Denise Mosley
chargedwith
Thomas Moab
Bradley pled no at Florida Pest Control
felony convictions. where there cases received final aggravated assault must
pay contest to
aggravated assault and
For ten years French has ap disposition Included: court costs and state will dismiss. was placed on one year probation. 539 E. Call St. Phone 964-5745.


It Most Wanted TOLL FREE i-soo-342-7768 I I Open 8-6


Florida Department of Law En-
forcement Commissioner James T. DESCRIPTION TNrlOME MEDICAL invites you to our
Moore has announced the state'sfirst DOS: 1758RACESEX
most wanted fugitive list.Those :White Male OPEN HOUSE *
featured; in the bulletin are serious sue'. 'r HEIGHT:B'0"
felony offenders and often will meet

criminal.It the statutory. definition of career ne WEIGHT HAIR: Brown:150 Lbs Thursday, March 1st 9 a.m. 3 p.m.

has been proven that citizen EYES:GreenCOMPLEXION 452 West Madison Street Starke. FL 32091W
awareness has helped in finding : RuddySCARSMARKSTATTOOS

that these the individuals.nationally It syndicated was announced televi- Ir 'Initials HDB'and a Heart : FREE *Blood' Pressure Checks

sion program, "Americas Most on left arm S MEDICAL OM *Blood Sugar Testing
Wanted"is featuring Florida's most Harry Dana Braswell, Jr. ss NO.:261-33-9811 Oxygen Saturation Levels
wanted futitive list. Also represen-- FDLE NO.: 1032334 r EQUIPMENT ,
tatives of the Sunshine Network PHOTO: 1975 FBI NO.:883928N10
have agreed: to include the 'Most AKA:Moody NCIC FPC: & SUPPLIES c: Take advantage of our
Wanted bulletin in their statewide POTT 13 1S 13 HOME ) store
many speclalslRESPIRATORY
coverage. This is a tremendous op- 18 59 12 13 17
portunity for us to get widespread 'FREE Drawing for Electronic Blood
REMARKS Wanted for Escape from the Sumter Correctional Institution.
work exposure of and putting hopefully these make fugitives quick escape Bushnell In FL.1983.termites Braawell. was serving a life sentence for Murder at the time of his 1 I CARE ea&Acar& 52vw-" Pressure'Monitor-Value$60

behind bars, said Moore.
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? TOO' 'MANY CARS AND NOTlrENO'UGRSPACE I f : !

Swarmers look a lot like ants .

: :< s:, : : I swarming with wings.insects If you around see Santa Fe Ford Is more than doubling the size of its Service Department.Take .

: {" buildings,call the
your
of like these.
predicament prices
r Florida Pest Control advantage our .:

Professionals to identify

_- them & give you an estimate
for service & protection. ( .SANTA FORD,,, .
: '90 AEROSTAR XL I '90 BRONCO II XL
mmimimmmii
LORIDA.FREE VS.auto,
'overdrive Free air package. '
,two
INSPECTIONSAND AM/FM cassette,
lrpEST tone paint,AC, _
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ESTIMATES privacies. prroac glaa s,

Call 964-5745 ONTROL cassette, mr rn < ; avring w7cank>'ere
'i CHEMICAL CO.. luggage rack. r
directed by Graduate Entomologists-since 1949 ... '
*13.488* 1 : : $11,988'

vtEl4h bL''EDGEf'' :.xR\' 4 ,
CHAINLINK "" 1.V,>>\ '" '1< .

PRIVACY 473-9043.
FIELD NO MONEY DOWN-USE YOUR REBATEI NO MONEY DOWN-USE YOUR REBATE! NO MUNE"DOWN-U E YOUR REBATE!
1 REPAIRS .
PROBE GL 1990 F-350 XLT DUALLY 19901150 XLT

AUSTIN FENCE '4HIGHWAY AMfFM cassette. 7.3 dhwl.Mary EFI ing,,OO tram. ,XLT.. air ? + _
premium sound,AC, duly automate i NO..sport Mill,hiM chrome trim
100 ctolh bucket wets,Sipd. owdrive/ lowing tu 9 pKg,brlta low awing iwaymlrrora
.-. ,Una; torch seat,ami-lock
.elec rear detog. P '
SHOPPING CENTER ........
1/2 MILE WEST OF MILLER'S power mirrors,PS,Pa. rear bnII< .AM/FM

ALL TYPES IN ANY AREA *25426"permo.1 988'! $16 998' SfcnHwtoNhjMrailonwithout x24951 permo.s10,938)
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FEATURING! THE FENCE EXPERTS y

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OWNER & CALVIN JARVISTOO Full sirs PW,,PL
High output engine',premium eaptalna chain:AC, ,
sound w/tape power locks. 'l*. AM/f M casaatte, XLTii1It
driven seat AC alloy road whwH,swingpan. ctolh Interior number
power
wheels,loaded I .. .302 VS. ; _1 rated tubcompaqt;


$25426"mo. *1O,983) $16.666'. $f497.4", mo.' $6498


"Applicable rebate,plus tax&tags&fees down. 13.6%.APTWO tnoi.Wilt approved credit All pricei net after rebate plus lax tag A hoi

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PRESEASON. '89 MERCURY SABLE GS or : r -

FORD TAURUS GL

15 TO CHOOSE FROM

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RIDER SALE. '

All with V6, ,
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automatic, .r- .
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Our Most Popular cruise. These 8*Ford .
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$270 and 20.030 6.000 : : :
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\ ; $57 a month C ..- ..... ? HURRY FOR THE BEST SELECTION

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22.MM TELEGRAPH, AMONITOH-B SECTION Page SB

Lewis, Chris McMonigle, Christy I
""iIP' Hake. Set
Miss Black History Pageant
Earth Science: 1)Linda Dixon,2))
\ -
,: Charlotte Smith, 3) Jacob Coleman.
.. 111o f \ Microbiology: 1) Hetal Petal, 2) The Fourth Annual Miss Black: Hulaunda Anderson, 14; Tara
ih .r Candy Norman, 3) Sarah Groves. History pageant will be held on Austin, 17: Shawnta Bass 13; Ken-
Biochemistry:!)Jason Garver,2) Saturday,Feb.24,at 7:30: a.m.In the dra L. butler. 17; Nekeaya
Keri Packham 3) Trina Widner. Bradford High School Auditorium. Chandler, 14; Latoya Davis, 15;
HM: Tamara Munnerlyn. Admission price is $3 for adults, $2 Mirlan DeSue.14;Tasha George;
for students and senior citizens. Rashaunda Hendrueth, 13; Patrise
Tickets will be on sale at the door. Smith, 19; Kishanna P.Spooner.,14;
: Engineering: 1) Brittany Bula,2) Nicole Wanton, 17; Sheneaise
Matt Browder,3) Neil Domalik.
Williams, 13.
This year thirteen young ladies
4LJ S Computer Science: HM: Craig between the ages of 13 and 18 will vie Last year's Miss Black History.
.,.\.; ; Starling. for a cash scholarship to be used at Kim Hampton, will crown thisyear's
,' Judges were: Doris Sandberg, winner.
the college of her choice. The contestants
Leonard Allen, Margaret Driggers Debbie, will be judged for poise, Special thanks to local businesses
Eric hills Linda Hewlett,
Rob modeling, talent and an essay on and personal contributions which
Flynn, Buchele, Taylor,
Bobby "Why I'm Proud to be Black." will help make this year's pageantthe
Bernard Ruckdeschel, Walter
Westcott, Parado, Dr. Laura This year's contestants are' best yet.
Parado, Randy Frank Mitchell Dr ......."!oI.o.'JoI............, ... .V"'I
-jr1 Richard Collins, Dr. David Hayes, Tar-gr-n-or-ionu a > i ijf m mt-war-g

Steve Futch. F-i Shop at Joan'sfor

BMS students viewed the projectsJan.
Y.P 1, 31. The BMS Science Depart
ment sponsored the fair. The BMS
science teachers are .Frank Ab-
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department ;
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h, by Carolyn Eaves Bradley was released after a According to Sheriff Kenneth ford County, said Etheridge. The Patrol has found these'checkpoints be conducting driver l.v\ nsa and, .
KT >.... Writer $1,500 surety bond was posted. Etheridge, the cost of the K-9 Unit to be an effective means of enforcing vehicle inspection checkpoints during -"
Bradley was placed on probationFeb. includes which FHP TroopersContinue the and driver toe week of Feb. 23 through
purchasing a dog equipment
Fake Driver License .12 after he pled no contest to ag- would have to be trained, a pen built license laws of Florida while Insur- March 2 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231,
License
Gets Man Arrested gravated assault. He was charged in for housing the dog, insurance ing the protection of all motorists. SR-241, SR-238, CP-231A- CR-237, '
the beating of Billy Wayne Stone in secured and vet expenses. Vehicle Inspections CR-229, CR-125t. CR-24A.
A fake driver's license led to the Lott's County.Store parking lot. A Anyone in the community interested Union CountyThe and CR-TO6A.In &County.
arrest of two men, one for the fake restitution hearing has been set in in contributing to a fund to Bradford County Florida Highway Patrol will
Identification and one for driving the case where Bradley will be re- suppport a K-9 Unit at the BCSO can The Florida Highway Patrol will '
with a suspended license. quired to pay Stone's medical bills mail their contribution to: Education be conducting driver license and -
Howard Len Jones, 22, was ar- amounting to several thousand &Public Service Account,Brad- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- Jet Ski RentalWill
rested Feb. 14 dollars. ing the week of Feb.
on a warrant for ford County Sheriff's Office, P. O. 23 through
unauthorized possession of an Box 400, Starke, 32091. March 2 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, deliver at the lake of your choice
unlawful Issued driver's license and Two People ArrestedFor SR-18,SIM6, CR-18.CR-16, CR-21B,
uttering and possessing'stolen All contributions will be'greatly CR-225, CB-125CR-229, CR-231,
operator's license, according to Removing appreciated and will be used to con- CR-227 CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A WHERE THE SKIS ARE
Deputy Roman Alvarez. Furniture From HomeTwo tinue the fight against! drugs in Brad- in Bradford County.

Jones is charged with using acousin's
people were arrested Feb. 15
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Identification (birth cer- after they allegedly removed furniture r O .
tificate) to obtain a driver's license. \
from the mobile home of a
Also In Jones' possession was a torn block ceramic tile marble the needs.
victim on Sleepy Hollow Drive. for your glass quarry
of driver's license
an
part belonging expired to William Kennefick Janet Louise Hiskey, 33, and Large selection of floor tile& TILE OF THE WEEK
James Oliver McDaniel, 57, were .. .
Day, Jr. according to Deputy both charged in the offense, according decorative glass block l Wfc. Alvarez. When Day left the jail after i l.ai\\,],,: J
visiting Jones, his vehicle was stopped to Deputy Michael Paris. Proud distributors dei' .,'iiS 'ift sttt"" Ie;;
and driving Hiskey was charged with trespass, .",' ,. .. ,'., ,, ., P. ',' '.\ """
Day was charged with grand theft I of Pee Dee Pavers f ii ,II! I 473-7429
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Alvarez. perty and burglary, said Deputy I"I'I"I: '",. !i _.._ Rates Monday thru Friday

Jones had made bail in Bradenton was Paris. released Bond was set on at her$5,000,own she 2408 N. Waldo Road 113J] Hourly Rate 1/2 Day Full Day

using the false name on the driver's recognizance. Gainesville, FL $25.OO 64.99 $99.99
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license when he and
Day were arrested
McDaniel with
was charged Differ)
377-5344 (Weekend and Holiday Rates
a few days earlier for
possession trespass burglary and grand theft,
of cannabis. Authorities there said Paris.Bond was set at$5,000,he
were notified of Jones' arrest and he was released on his own
will be returned to Bradenton where recognizance.
his bond has been revoked.
Bond for the local charges was set 129 Arrests
at $120.25 for Day and $500 for ProcessedIn
charges against Jones.
JanuaryDuring
Teacher Struck
the month of January 129
By Student's MomThe arrests were processed through the

mother of a student at Lake Bradford County Jail, according to
Butler Middle School has been arrested Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge.The .
on charges of striking a arrests included 64 felony, 40 o ,
teacher at the school. misdemeanor, three driving under w
Debbie Anne Bryant, 33, is charged influence and 22 driving while
with battery on school personnel license suspended.Starke .
a felony, and trespassing on schoolgrounds police officers made 35 arrests
after she allegedly hit deputies made 79 arrests, two
teacher Brian C. Kupfer. arrests were made by Florida
Kupfer said he was in the lunch Highway Patrol troopers, two arrests Y
room lecturing Bryant's son and were made by Lawtey PD,one
another child about letting the air by the Brooker marshal, four by the
out of,his car tires when Bryant'sson chief at Hampton, four by FreshWater
cursed at him and ran from the Fish and Game Commissionand
room. A few minutes later, Kupfer one by the court.
stated, the student returned with his A total of 654 calls were receivedby
mother, who accused Kupfer of bar- the dispatchers at the county jail.
rassing her son and then wallopedhim 476 calls were listed as miscellenous,
according to Deputy Larry 106 were felony investigations,seven
Seay. missing person, 41 fires (struc-
ture/woods) and 24 calls
"Mrs. Bryant struck me across were
the face three times, twice with an burglaries.
open palm and once with her fist," Sheriff's deputies wrote 10 traffic
Kupfer wrote in a sworn statement."I citations, served 611 civil papers and
attempted to reason with her but provided escort for 13 funeral pro- P'Ac
cessions in .
I !' January.One
Mrs. Bryant was out of control.
stolen recovered.
Bond was set a $2,500, Bryant was vehicle was
released on her own recognizance.

Hampton Man Sheriff Seeking

Charged With TheftA County K-9 Unit vs LE

Several weeks ago the Bradford :
27-year-old Hampton man was
charged with the theft of a VCR from County Sheriff's Office enlisted the
and of the Columbia
support help
his ex-sister-in-law's home.
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County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit for "
Thomas Moab Bradley was arrested ''
t the of at the ..1"
and charged with burglaryFeb. school.purpose. smelling drugs '. IJI '+ ''' I .
16, according to Chief John This unit can prove to be helpful to RALLY TILLER ..J., Ii-"-\ I
broke In-
Hodges. Bradley allegedly sheriff's off ices in finding drugs.The
home Feb. 15 stole the VCR
to the ,
BCSO is interested in K-9
having a
then sold the VCR in Alachua County LAWNMOWERREG.
Unit but is not budgeted for it at this REG. $347.00
said Hodges. The VCR has been time.

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by Carolyn Eavi Hayes.:Bond was set at 1500, he was according to Patrolman Brown. Carolyn Mlcbell Alvarez, 60, was to Patrolman Gordon Smith. He was and Townsend. The cigarettes were
ICY SMrff WriterRecent .released on his own recognizance.Mark Bond was set at$500 he was released arrested Feb. 13 for DUI, no valid released after a $215.25 surety bond recovered. Bond was set at $2,000
on his own recognizance. driver' license (NVDL), according. was posted. smith remains in custody.
Attests David Mattox, 32, was ar- to Patrolman Allen. She was released
Bradford rested Feb. 18 for grand theft,accor- Thomas Edwin Aaron was ar- after a $750 surety bond was Recent ArrestsIn Thomas Gerald Burns was ar-
ding
In CountyThe to Deputy R. W. Roberts. Bond rested Feb. 17 for DWLS, according posted. rested Feb. 18 for grand theft after
following arrests were madeIn was set at W.OOO, he remains( In to Lt. David Aderholt. Bond was set Union CountyThe he allegedly stole go-cart valued at
Bradford County by local custody. at $213.25. He was released' on his Roosevelt Martin 20, was ar- following arrests were made $350 from a residence. Burns was
authorities.RobertLenward'Glb. Larry Melton own recognizance. rested Feb.13 for DWLS,NVDL,according recently Union County by local charged with trespass and grand
** i Shaver was arrested to Trooper Donald Dean. authorities. theft, according to Deputy John
52"was arrested Feb. lion an 1989 Alachua County Kenneth Bradley Green, 20, of Bond was set at $240.50, he was Dempsey.
Feb. 16 on a capias for bat- charge of escape from a Juvenile Clay county was arrested Feb. 18 for released on his own recognizance.Sam Gary Lee Smith, 25, was charged
tery and abuse of an aged person, facility, according to Deputy Jason DUI, refusing to sign citation and with petit theft after he allegedly Lisa Lee Smith was charged with
according to Deputy Anderson Bennett. Shaver was also reported possession of alcohol by a person Tirko, 59, was arrested Feb. stole four cartons of cigarettes from grand theft after confessing to tak-
Holland. Bond was set at $1,000. missing from Hernando County. The under 21, according to Patrolman IS for DUI,according to Lt. Winston Spires IGA Store in Lake Butler. ing a ",000 deposit in December
proper agency was notified of his, Allen. Bond was set at $1,000. Barber.He was released after a$500 Smith ran from deputies but was apprehended hem Coastal Mart where she is
Christopher Randall Goolsby, 18, whereabouts. Shaver, who was In surety bond was posted. in the home of Patricia clerk-manager, according to Lt. i
was arrested Feb. 18 for possessionof the custody of the county jail was Pedro Garcia 45; was arrested Clark according to Deputies Seay Larry Cochran.
alcoholic beverage by a person released to Alachua authorities.Varaschl Feb. 16 for Dui:, according to Lt. Timothy Mark Smith, 22, was arrested -
under 21, according to Patrolman Kenneth Hinds, Jr. Bond was set at Feb.. IS for attaching tag not
Gerald Hayes.He was released Pernell was arrested $500, he released his vehicle with I
aftera Feb was on. own assigned driving Look! Look! Look!
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bond on a Jefferson County war '
$250 surety was posted. recognizance. restricted driver's license with no ,.
rant for burglary of a structure,ac- licensed driver present,according to PROM DRESSES 1 i
Jose Antonio Melecio, 20, was arrested cording to Patrolman William William Alvarez 53, was arrested Patrolman Hayes. Bond was set at \
Feb. 16 for trespass on school Brown. He remains In custody. Feb. 17, for DUI according to $240 50. he was released on his own : '. Formals Starting at $45.00 ;
grounds according to Patrolman P. Traffic Patrolman Allen. He was released recognizance.Theodore c1 ; Everything for the bride,
T Gorman. He was released after a after a $500 surety bond was posted. !
$500 surety bond was posted. Keith Leroy Jones, 29, was arrested David Hicks was ar- t I )0r Attendants &Mother .I fI
Feb. 16 for driving while Stephen Lee Perrlnb32.,, was ar- rested Feb. 20 for DWLS, I If; ((904)) 752-2598
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Melanie Bass Newman 19 was ar- license suspended (DWLS), accor- rested Feb. 18 DWLS,. to Patrolman Allen.He was release
rested Feb. 13 for disorderly intox- ding to Patrolman W.S.Allen. Bond wilful-wanton reckless driving, im after a $215.23 surety bond was E jyl J 1 Mile West of Providence ,
ication, battery, according to Chief >was set at$120.25.. violence tag, resisting arrest with posted. ,-I'i\.\>
John Hodges. She was released on ,fleeing attempting to elude I
her own recognizance. Christian Henry Schaible, 30, of police, according .to Trooper D. C. Edward Leon Hankerson was ar- Cf1 att formaCsLMuA ;
Duval County was arrested Feb. 16 Roberts.He was released on his own rested Feb. 20 for DWLS, ,according Mnn nan H H n?H n fm H n H HI f
Marlene Barkoskic Riker/46, of for driving under influence (DUI), recognizance.
Clay County was arrested Feb 14 for -
retail theft, according to Patrolman
Jerry Feltner. She was released 5 INTERNATIONAL /f-- ;
after a $250 surety bond was posted. "iM W'".-

Rosa Maria Soto, 52, of Putnam CHRISTIAN CENTER .301 9'Lirtk Mo6ife
County was arrested Feb. 14 for Pastor Larry Easton Jr. 9p.
retail theft, according i to Patrolman THURSDAY 7:3O P.M. "Changing Trial Into
Mack Short.She was released after. triumph (A eerlee of es providing Insight 964-7500 538-0584
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George Washington Early was ar- SUNDAY 10:00: AM. Crested for Life and Bleating
rested Feb 15 for escape which oc- ( that be (the second
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but situa- I( well. .. .' i''ford County in 1988 was nearly twice .'t ..
they each have their own as .. : ri ..... .d'. .,.oj .
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tions and "We that of the number of births to '. .
can talk to each other want to make space availableas non- :: ,
So far the fathers of the children long as they want to stay," white teenage girls.
have not been included in the pro Whitehead said. ', Program instructor Pat Smith ,
gram..Whitehead said that,although, The Pregnant Teen Program was aid community support for the pro-
the state encourages the Involve- made available by a $50,000 'state- gram so far has been good. But,she C a rr
ment of fathers, the Bradford Coun- grant, $40,000 of which went for added, even more help would be ap
ty program hasn't developed to that renovations of facilities at the RJE predated.The .
stage Center. The remaining funds were First United Methodist
"We're just getting started, and spent to buy books,supplies and fur- Church Women recently donated car
we haven't reached that step yet," niture. seats to the program to ensure that
she said. The facility now consists of two ad- the children could be transported to- IT
Many pregnant teens are able to Joining rooms, one a classy out, the and from the program safely. I r
attend classes up until the birth\ of.,''f, ,other a fully equipped nursery Smith said she would like to see c itt tii
their babies, only to be faced.with capable of holding eight children up not only monetary contributions to'
the problem of finding day care for to the age of one. All of the nursery is;,.. the program but voli&iteer contribu-. .
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their children when they are. ready! 'equipment, Including eight cribs, tions as well.: '
to come back to school. five rocking chairs and three. "We would like to have volunteers
It is at this time, Whitehead said, nursery swings, is brand new' to help us in the nursery," Smith 1 :
that some of the girls who stayed in Whitehead said she realizes that said. And also I would love to seethe i I. M h
school through their pregnanciesdrop the placement of the program in the girls take on mentors, someone .
out. RjE Center, which is located; the they could talk to other than parents. ,
"When you require them to go predominately' black Reno'area,' Someone like a big sister, someone ,
back to the high school setting, you may give some people the idea that they could be friends with."
lose them," she said teenage pregnancy In Bradford Nineteen-year-old senior Latonia
For this reason, the program has County is mainly a black problem.The Jones, who is now in the program
nursery facilities available as wellas center she said, was chosen as said she doesn't think she would -
an aide,Robyn Adkins,to care for the site of the program because of its have finished high school without the
the babies while their mothers studyin availability,not because of its location program and encourages other pregnant "' :'
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the classroom. Having the babies teens to join.
there, Adkins said, also provides an "It was available and .a lot "I'm learning a lot about myself,"
opportunity for those who haven't, cheaper to renovate," Whitehead Jones said.
had their babies yet to learn how to said "We couldn't have. afforded to Smith said she hoped publicity for
care for infants. build a new facility." .. the program would not only encourage .
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"Part of our parenting class is to The program was not put at the pregnant teens who are not ---_. ".. ,- .'V"."".' -"". .. "
help with the children,"Adkins said. center because teenage pregnancy in the. program to enter it, but en-
"They get hands-on experience and is mostly a black problem,she said. courage more community supportas Filling a Need...

get to observe different developmental On the contrary,statistics show that well. Prom left.Pat Smith, program Instructor,and Robyn AdUiu,nursery aide.Smith U responsible for moAt dun-torn ,
stages," teenage pregnancy occurs much "Other programs in other counties ...truct1oa".UeA..earNforthebable..nthepr" .... .,, 'II: (n"4
The teenage mothers can stay in more often among whites than it have a lot of support," she-said. sr.
the program and have their childrenin does among non-whites in Bradford "This program needs it, too."

the nursery up to one year after County.
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the babies are born. The program "It is not just a black problem'
currently has eight teens and four Whitehead said,pointing out that the '.' .,' IIJoyton's '
babies, three girls and one boy,witha number of whites in the progracrt ,A $ : :: ',;
new arrival expected later this now is about equal to that of blacks} Gym Places 2nd
month. in the program. ..- I P,
The nursery facilities at this time Statistics provided by the Florida .' k
are not equipped to handle children Department of Health and in N. Fla.
above the age of one, but Whiteheadsaid Rehabilitative Services Yearly ChampionshipsBy
she hopes the program will\ ex- Reports show that the number of bir-
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""' ...." ( Randy BoyntonThe The 198 Ib weight class proved to
be a close batter with two members
'j United States
Powerlifting from Boynton's Gym fighting for one
fr CAPITOL r f Federation staged its annual North of the top three positions. Skip
Florida
in Lake
". Championships Cityon
550 lb. 350
Sylvester posted a squat,a
iJJJJjp CONSTRUCTION ;j ... One January hundred 27. and twelve lifters. lb. bench, and a 550 Ib. deadlift for a
the first
1450 lb. total and place
t"'rt from all over Florida gathered to trophy. ,Jay Griffis followed close
> S.C show their abilities in the three lifts,
behind with a 545 lb. squat, a 300 lb.
which include the squat, the bench bench, and a 500 Ib.deadlift,to takee
press, and the deadlift. Included the third
Residential Custom Homes place position.
among the contestants was a team
___' from Starke, Boynton's Gym. Struggling\ to make the 181 lb.
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Remodeling RoofingFHA (_r. T Bill Hamilton, a recent BUS "class,Jamie Thrift had to lose 14 Ibs.
graduate got a new teenage state to make weight. He mastered his'
record of the squat. His final squat three lifts, recording a 480 Ib squat, ,
AVAILABLEJames attempt of 465 pounds broke the ex- a 380 lb.bench,and a 475 lb, deadlitt.
FINANCING isting record by 30 Ibs. HA!continuedhis His 1335 lb. total tied him for first
success breaking the total recorda place,' but his competitor weighedone
Trowell!" ':::- ,?......._. ...... ( combination of all three lifts) by pound of bodyweight less,
STARKE 100 Ibs. giving him a total of 1275. sliding Jamie Jnto second place.

Rt. 2, Box 93 Lake Butler Bill needsx to add only 40 Ibs on his Randy Boy 1ton, owner of Boyn-
964
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Lake Butler ( total' to. qualify for teenage na- ton's Gym, also competed in a hotly
tionals.In contested 242 lb. weight class.Posttng'a"570 .
.. the.o tets.40., LOver) Dan
M r "' lb."8q1Mt-.e: oibc..benchIUJd'l.540Ib. -:-
Foster competed: at this first meet
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TULLER ... "making WfhwrgWat" lifGTtte best: bench I."ed, MOO 1 *!:, to glve"him W.J.w; i t'_. .
pressed a "personal of 275 place trophy.
pounds, giving him one of the better
Chiropractic Center rt benchs in the masters division. The The meet was a huge success for
Boynton's Gym.The team placed se-,
__ __ __._ __ ___ team also had two other masters
Keystone Heights Office n compete for the first time. Kathy cond behind Lake City(former State
champs), losing the overall title by
Conners lifted in the women's division
260B Lawrence, Blvd., _1d Learning to Parent... and Chuck Baxter in the 220 lb. only five points.Not taking their loss
Sophomore Jeanette DuJcb none her three-nonth-oU daughter,Andrena. weight class. Both lifters made lightly, the team is already making
473-7213 0'if outstanding totals, finishing in the plans to compete for 1991 Florida
top five. State Title.

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uynaiest Improved Wins Busine Most Awar.l" I 'Families Against Drugs' Plans Rally., I I

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The Dynatest Consulting, .. their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Drugs" Drug Free School Project will send
Inc.Production Rally on March 17 la
":r Feb. 27 conjunction six students to the Prevention-Pride
at
and Support Center 7:30: p.m.fa the Vo-Tech with the
was Family Fun
tenter. Conference In
Media Orlando 25-28. I
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Starke-Bradford the Santa
Chamber of Commerce Most '0 ,. the local Community Action group College lot. Fe Community This event Is expected to attract
Im- parking
proved Business Award Feb. 15.. .... will be outlining plan for a, Families Against Drugs and the and 7,000 people celebrities.Including world leaders
Dynatest Consulting, Inc., which
has had a center in this area for _
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more than three years, opened its ,;' .' I&
new 8,000 square-foot facility, .... \
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Libya and Norway.The .
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Managed by Starke resident Wayne Wynn, and director
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RORIDA STATE F/1\\"' > ."",, Hav Wrapper Gives New Twist to BalingSome

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.N. tr Florida farmers are trying anew level of nutrients. After it reaches its in the bag air will get in and spoil (the
machine that offers a new twist peak, then the quality starts to go entire hale," he said
to the old saying "make hay while down. With this system, I've got the
the sun shines." best quality because I was able to
A machine called a "hay capture the quality at the optimum The new wrapping system' gives
wrapper" spins a bale of moist hayon time" such a tight seal, even il it's punc-
a moving platform to wrap it up Tervola says farmers used to store tured a farmer can easily patch il
neatly in tight sheets of plastic. The hay silage bales in giant! plastic with a piece of tape.Tervola said AI
hale finished product is a l,5UO-pound bags "But the bag s not tight worst, he said, a puncture will spoil
of hay, conveniently packaged enough, so if it gels a hole anyplace the area right around the hole
for
easy transportation in a
pickup ._
truck said Robert Tervola of the 4- _. ,
University of Florida's Institute of AI
Food and Agricultural Silences wMI
(IFAS).
l The hay wrapper seals the bale in
r) an air-tight package, allowing a
firmers to cut and bale hay for
silage in just one day 'Siliige is
fermented livestock feed; it can be
any ,product, such as hay corn or / g
oat.' said Tervola, Suwannee Conn.
ty extension director. "Silage just
means there's a process in which/ the
product becomes fermented and will I
stay in a stable condition so it
doesn't spoil, but it has to have air
excluded at all times."
Making dry hay means waiting fora
stretch of dry weather "If you cut @ @

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Champion Female at the 1990 Florida Slate Fair Youth Beef Competition held. In Tampa. 'These hay "bales arc line "'': .,' .J.JI
miniature silos, said Tervola
"Each of these are about 1.5'HI)
pounds of silage in a small con Hwy 90 West 752.3743 or t t
tamer.. So hay silage can be bought Lake City 752.3744
and solu in packages, creating new
marketing options for it.
"Silos are permanent structuresso
farmers have to move the silage
STAT as it is needed, by wagon or
Alp truckload. The wrapping method ,
f. makes it possible to store large
amounts of silage in smaller, wrapped i i
containers, and to transport
them with a pickup truck," said Ter
"'( vola. Farmers can buy or sell these
single bale units, which can he
stored for up to a year. (
A big advantage of the wrapping I i ,
system is that a higher quality feed
can be produced with it, said Ter
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Starke. Refreshments were served ROTATE i CREDIT

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CIRLSCOUTS lemon creme. Cost of the in Starke and Lake Butler
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Moredock Hull,,Allison Kelly Trimble Moredock., Lindsey Approved Medicare / Medicaid Visits

Center row: Mary Griffis, Casey Skilled
Trimble. HOME CARE S Nursing
1 L1 Front row: Amanda Looney, Physical Therapy
Tatum Thrift, Cheri Hilliard (who PRIVATE DUTY Occupational Therapy
has sold over coo boxes of cookies In .
( rry her original order). STAFFING Speech Pathology

..Jr Bradford Union scouts will be Medical Social Work
.. delivering their advanced orders
this week, taking a break for Excellent Employment Opportunities
everyone to travel to Camp Chowen- 1-964-8772
or 1-8OO-448-7753
waw for a neighborhood campoutand
then they will be back in the

rookie If you business.were missed on the order I Upjohn I Healthcare Services
taking, don't dispare, we have plen-
ty of cookies, said Cookie Manager
Carolyn Eaves. 228 South Orange Street. Starke. Florida 32091
The old favorites
arrived with a
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:tI Board Certified Family Physician

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.t: Office Hours 8:30 am to 5:00: pm, Monday through Friday


Big Score... 964.9535 a 496.0092
Marc Roe,right,and his coiuln Jennifer Free show off the basketball goal Rote won In a drawing sponsored by rood
Lion and Pep Cola.ROM wan one of about 1,500 people who entered their name In the drawing.



Supercharged 1 r

Young-Adult +* SSteHWT.
Program At BCPL .SO 1 IN.-964-6461, --DI---N-ETT

Buying a first cur can be a scary _
experience unless you're well in- $99 DOWN $35 PER WEEK
formed, so rev up your engines and
shift into high-gear with the Brad-
79 Datsun B210
ford Public Library's
County young $695
adult program on How to Buy Your 4 Cyl. 4 Speed. #3177 Trade-

First This Car.fast-paced program is 81 Mercury Cougar $995
scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 26 and is 6 Cyl. AT. PS. P B. I .
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guaranteed to answer all the question
you may have about a first car 76 Toyota S/W $795 i
How to Buy Your First Car is just 4 Cyl.. AT. AC #3145
one program in the Wanted: Young
Adults at the Library series. This 77 Ford T-Bird $795 :
project is designed to encouragemore V8, AT, ps PB. AC. #3128 :
young people to use the public
library services and is funded by a $199 DOWN $40 PER WEEK bJl
grant from the Library Services '
Construction Act. 79 Olds Cutlass :- I
For further information wheel on VS. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3141 1695 -:
in or call 064.6400.World .
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V8. Std. Trans.. PS. PB. #3156 1895
Day of PrayerSet
At St. Mark'sThe 79 Ford Fairmont S/W 1895
6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3155
annual observance of World
Day of Prayer for the Starke area is 81 Honda Accord 1495
planned for 11 a.m. March 3 at St. 4 Cyl.. 4 Speed. #3038
Mark's, Episcopal Church. The program -
; will be followed by a covered $299 DOWN $40 PER WEEK
Hall
dish luncheon in the Parish
A Better Tomorrow Justice For 81 Buick Skylark
All, theme for the program, was 2495
prepared by Christian women of 2 Dr.. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3162

from Czechoslovakia.eight different Fourteen church women 83 Olds Cutlass $2695 'rade-InYoi1d Dinette
denominations living and witnessingin V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3137

together Czechoslovakia for the deligently presentation worked for 83 V6.AT.PS.PB.AC.13021 Ford LTD 2995 (Regardless Condition n) $ 00

Church Women United 7 5
March 3 women from 170 countriesand 79 Olds Cutlass S/W And Receive
regions of the world will pray as $2495
#3170
one body for each other and for V8.AT.PS.PB.AC.

peace prayer in the acts world.each This year global as a power-circleof $499 DOWN '$40 PER WEEK Toward the purchase of any 5 or piece Dinette in stock valuedat

ful bond of hope to strengthen relationships $299.95 or more.
between all people 82 Buick Real $2895
Everyone is invited to attend the 2 Dr., AT. PS. 3163
program and covered dish luncheon. Chev. Monte Carlo
83
A nursery will be provided. $2895
V6. AT. PS, PB. AC. #3117
Chairs
84 Pontiac 6000 18 Qffeve1t
3295
Local Travel Consult. 4 Dr.. AT. PS. PB. AC. 3106 That Qr7r

Enhances EducationBrenda 83 Nissan Pulsar $2695 p if ";

Currey, owner of Lake 2 Dr.. 4 Cyl.. 4 Speed.. #3017 Styles Swivel & Tilt C Zl1

Region Travel of Keystone Heights, 85 Dodge Stpcl
intensive Charger 2995
recently participated in an
seminar in 4 Cvl.. 2 Dr.. #3001 11" e
three-day management Formica & J'
Dallas sponsored by the national In- 80 Chrysler Cordoba $2895 Tops
stitute of Certified Travel Agents. 3ISO
VS.
A resident of Keystone Heights, Glass Tops
Currey 13 active in the Wellesley, 84 Olds Delta 88
Mass.-based Institute,which Travel awards V8 2 Dr., AT. PS. PB. AC 3122 $3295
the CTC (Certified
Counselor) designation to travel Industry 83 Mercury \
the 3019J2995
To earn
professionals. In- VS. AT. PS, PB. AC. #
CTC, similar to the accounting
dustry's CPA or the insurance in- 81 Ford Granada $ I | | |
dustry's CLU. candidates must acquire 2995 DENMARK FURNITURE
least full-time 6 Cvl.. AT PS PB AC 3138 ,
at five years' D [
travel industry experience, and 83 Aries Iheaurcan
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date and there are more than 7,000 E 964-5826 964-5827 Saturday
candidates nationwide studying for 85 Plymouth Grand Fury
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I2H TELEGRAPH TI.MKS&; ;MOMTOK SE('TION February 22, 1911)!



;, ObituariesSamuel



\ W. Manus Macon, Missouri and Miss Eunice Funeral services for Mrs. Ellis was a member of the Methodist the First Baptist Church of Lake
i Samuel William Manus, 89, of Emo of Vandalia, Missouri; one were held at 10 a.m. in First Baptist Church in Live Oak. Butler officiated.
Welaka, died Sunday at Five Oaks brother, Lorenz Emo of Green Church, Keystone Heights, on Survivors include his wife, Evelyn
Hest Home in Welaka. Born in Valley, Arizona, and four grand- Wednesday, Feb. 21, with Dr. E. Dempsey; two stepsons Steve M.
Dycusbu.-g, Kentucky, he had livedin children. Winson Butler officiating. Burial Brannen of Live Oak and Gary Mit- Mrs. Eather DyalMrs.
the Putnam County area for 20 Funeral services for Mr. Emo was in Keystone Heights Cemetery chell Brannen of Lake Butler: one Eather Dyal,85,a resident of
years. He was a retired machinistand were held Monday, Feb. 19,at 2 p,m. under the direction of Jones Funeral brother, Roy Dempsey of Jacksonville Whispering Pines Care Center,
of the Baptist faith. in First United Methodist Church of Home of Keystone Heights. and one sinter, Rosetta Johns of Starke, died Wednesday, Feb. 14, at
Survivors include his son, Charles Starke with Rev DeWight McQueen Jacksonville; five stepgrand- Bradford Hospital following a long
H. Manus of St. Petersburg; six officiating. Burial was held Wednes- Woodrow DempseyMr. children and several nieces and illness. Born and raised in Brooker
daughters, Virginia (Billie) Lucille day, Feb. 21, in Vandalia, Missouri. nephews. Mrs. Dyal lived most of her life in"
Drennon of Lessburg,Sarah Clark of Jones Funeral Home of Starke was Woodrow Dempsey,73,died at Funeral services for Mr. Dempseywere Graham. She was the widow of the
Pekin, Illinois, Jessie Christ of in charge of arrangement In lieu of the Veteran's Hospital in Lake City, held at Mt.Olive Baptist late Irwin Dyal of Graham. She wasa
Cartersville, III., Leta Christine flowers, contributions may be madeto Tuesday Jan. 30 of a heart attack. Church with burial following at Mt member of Rock Primitive Baptist
Parker of Midway,Ky., Helen Marie the First United Methodist Born and raised in Live Oak, Mr. Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Church of Graham.
Woll of Callao, Mo., Barbara Jean Church, 200 North Walnut St. Dempsey was a World War II Live Oak. The Rev. Gooch of Survivors Include two sisters,
Hays of Millersville, Maryland; one Starke. FL 32091. veteran and a retired farmer. He Mt.Olive and Rev. Louis Cranford of Mrs Lula Mae Baxter of Brooker

sister, Mrs. Maude Griffis of Starke, --...
18 grandchildren, 26 great grand jDON'T
children and one great great grand e


day son.Graveside, Feb. 16,services at Crosby were Cemetery held Fri InS s aEe
rke with Rev. Leroy Olive of Saturday!
ficiating. San rangements.Mateo was in charge of ar o EIPJLL



_

Nina VV. HoffmanMrs. 1
H4Rv'i u/r?
Nina W. Hoffman, 92, of ,
Melrose,died Friday, Feb. 16, at her r
home on Neale Road, following a a y
lengthly) illness. Born in Lyons, New
York, Mrs. Hoffman moved to the 0 4 27-'I
area in 1973 from Lyndonvillle, N.Y. ;r z
She was a homemaker; was a
memberr of Keystone United
Methodist Church and was a _
member of Melrose Woman's Club PER SETOff
and Melrose Library Association. v )
Survivors include one daughter.
Rosella Merry, Derby, N.VJ'; one SPRING AIR OUALlTVBEDDINCrORTHO
son Charles fit r. of
Melrose; one sister,Sybil Sitgreavesof '
Tucson, Arizona; six grandchildren GUARD'Deep
and several great grand ,
children and several down firmness with multi-coil Inners run and ,cotton
great great
cover
grandchildren. i'r V (ell and foam cushioning for additional comfort. Decorator quilted
with firm foam.JX' .
Funeral services for Mrs. Hoffman
were held at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C. j'
Jones Chapel on Monday, Feb. 19, DELAYS ::1ltiWINi': j ; !EUCI1-- )
with Rev. Edge B. McGahee of 1 /
ficiating. Burial was in Keystone l r Ic BUY THE MATTRESS BUY THE MATTRESS BUY THE MATTRESS
Heights Cemetery under the direc- TIME ISRUNNING F t 1 e FOR $99 FOR $I 2 FOR $ 7
tion of Jones Funeral Home of Yew'e. JUST. JUST; JUST
OUT !
Keystone Heights.
GET THE BOXSPRINQ GET THE BOXSPRINQ GET THE BOXSPRINQ

ON FARMERS FURNITURE'S FOR $ FOR $EFOR $

SPECTACULAR SALE! JUST JUST.... .


Mamie II. EllisMrs.

Mamie Hall Ellis, 83, of Lake
Geneva, died Sunday, Feb. 18, in
Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville
following a brief illness. Born in HIHIHHMMmHMW ggfgRgBg lJBj Ql g lll jgB gg gBBUIIIUIlHHl

Lake Sampson Geneva City, Mrs.in Ellis 1954 moved from to II K .. Save over 1 /2 Off on this Camelback

I Gainesville. She was a member of I -
, First Baptist Church of Keystone r.kQ Sofa and Matching Loveseat

Heights,teaching Sunday school and
\ was a choir member for many
I years; and was a homemaker. She 4 I '., Regular Price.499
was the widow of Fred W. Ellis. ,
Survivors include one son,Charles '1\t Jill
W. Ellis of Jacksonville; one sister, t' t \ ;,v iii:
Linnie Thomas of Palatka, and one i Sofa NOW t'I; ,
. ,
stepsister, Rose Mabry of Lake : ?

Geneva. I i r r '. r Regular Price. '469Loveseat..Now$233

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t' &
t' Beautiful Queen Anne camelback style
Mrs. Jean McClainMrs. ,;, L1 ;g pt t 1 sofa and loveseat. Covered In a

Jean McClain, 75, or ,,2a?" '' x- t ; ii..? lu 4 c' h :i luxurious blue matched-stripe 100%
Phillipsburg, N.J., died Monday f 1't = s ;i rt Olefin cover,with cherry finished wood


following Genera,an Hospital Feb.extended 19,, Gainesville illness.at Alachua Born, J I c:;: : 0, D p : ., J ("') legs.Just Prompt Say FREE"CHARGE Delivery III"&withUp1 I

\.J 1 ;.;..r U Formers In-Store Plan
Charge
and raised In White Haven, N.J., she .......oawGe
moved to Phillipsburg 42 years ago
where she has since resided. She
was a homemaker and of the Protestant d WJtU WASHER
I faith. SWIVEL ROCKER
p p --
Survivors include her husband, VV. IN OUR STORE
George B. McClain of

I PhillipsburgN.J.Funeral PRICES STARTING $9900 PRICES STARTING .I!!
S
, services will be held at 2
p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, in White AS LOW AS ONLY. .. .,__ AS LOW AS ONLY .. iiilJ
Haven, N.J. with burial in White +,"" .'s" :_IpPtor.a OIWCIII
Haven City Cemetery with Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in DINING ROOM GAS OR ELECTRIC
charge of local arrangements. China or fr'7"1q CEDAR CHEST, t>>fJ1AI RANGE "J df.

Table & 4 Chairs : i RICH CHERRY FINISH CHEST 'f

C. 5 PIECE FORMALS WITH BRASS FINISHED HARDWARE PRICES STARTING
George BradleyMr. !
$4 7 7 Fully Cedar Line Interior .U'.l9S
George Clyde Bradley, 68, of STARTING AT. AS LOW AS ONLY .
Starke,died Tuesday, Feb. 20, at his out
home following a brief illness. Bornin
Heilbron Springs, Mr. Bradley DINETTE SET TABLE
O\OnJg
has been a lifelong resident of Brad- .. lam SAVE .
ford County. He was a member of 3-PIECE $ G16 ,
Hope Baptist Church, a retired 5 PINE FINISH COCKTAIL
farmer and a veteran of WWII, US D SET LANES OR END TABLE WITH
Army. cusINETTE ,
Laminated Tabletop, --- I = EMBOSSED DOORS
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. -
Gladys Bradley; two daughters, i Finished RICH' OAK FINISH = o
Deborah Lucy Barnett of Starke and
$ $6&
Barbara B. Griffis Cain of D 97 4-PIECE BEDROOMWITH _
AndersonS.C.; one son. Rev. Dale -
Bradley of Anderson, S.C.; two I J A MIRROR-BACK BOOKCASE HEADBOARD !J.QUD. tC ,')
sisters, Lorene Stuckey of E

mee Palatka and and six grandchildren.Mae Taylor of Kissim- SOFA SLEEPER Z'4J, RIFRIGBMTOR

Services for Mr. will be G "'"
held at 3 p.m. in Bradley Hope Baptist '''I' & LOVESEAT f.j\399 VV" IN OUR STORE

Church on Thursday, Feb. 22, with
Rev. Gary Heath and Rev. Dale PRICES STARTING 'I a PRICES STARTING
Bradley officiating. Burial will be in $695 ... 95
AS LOW "Inckidw FREE N AS LOW AS ONLY .
Hope Cemetery under the directionof AS ONLY. . Prl: olSM9Rich hl".nd.'OutD.jIYLOW . .
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. II 1 oak finish bedroom highlightedwith
I an engraved wheat scroll motif',
",f'I /' TV STEREO decorative crass finish hardware d.\DJJjJ FR..Z.R
) 1\\ .J.tf andurunnlngwoodgralneltecl.
Willard Roy "Babe" ($;:7.J VCR 1/osfftMoicc 4-PIECE BEDROOM INCLUDES: ., --, IN OUR STORE

EmoMr. PRICES STARTING ry Offl e FULL/QUEEN SIZE BOOKCASE HEADBOARD PRICES STARTING
Willard Roy "Babe" Emo,72, e TRIPLE DRESSER BASE WITH DOOR 8295
of Hampton Lake, died Saturday, AS LOW AS ONLY . ISJ9 e SHELF MIRROR 4-DRAWER CHEST AS LOW AS ONLY., .
Feb. 17, In St. Joseph's Hospital in -
Tampa following a short illness. .
Born in New Franklin,Missouri,Mr.
Emo moved to Hampton Lake in FARMERS...
1981 from Gainesville. He was a .
member of the American Legion; Jusla
the Rotary Club; the U.S. Furniture S ore DeIcI
Postmaster's Assn.; the Bradford llRNITURE
County Republican Executive Com .ppli nest FARMERS
mittee; and the First United NO FInance
Methodist Church, Starke. ..,.. ancIln-Home NO' Company
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. : :::f== :
Dorothy Libby Emo of Hampton 0::': .A".llalllet G. .- ,A opL1ANCES';, '"llnti'- iEllECTRONICS NO DoM1dcnemanAe.em
Lake; two daughters, Mrs. CarolynE. Add. Paym.nt"

Connelly.Chunn of of Tampa Clearwater,Mrs.;Marilyn one son E., Proteotlofl o..xtanHclV.IU.t. S.Itsf.atloa"'an 835 S. Walnut Street Starke, Florida1 ..VISA oo.g;";: ;; c.h"' ....

Warren A. Emo of Tallahassee; two y-: a MOUAtOMISSTOYOUI W.'co' ,".
sisters Mrs. Gladys Gilmore of








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