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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 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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I Worth Oil Needs to be Disposed of in New County. Tank I

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NotingFirst Bradford County has received a of the courthouse. But a spokesmanat have no place for proper disposal. Service stations will not be allowed fees were discontinued, but the oil I
$7,500 grant to provide facilites for the Road Department said he has The facility was placed at the to use the oil disposal facility wits picked up and hauled away freeof
disposition of used oil by individuals not been briefed on the operation, Road Department for the county's Garage Owner Lawrence McVh'\ charge. Today, the company
Baptist... '
Solid Waste Director Darrell O Neat and knows nothing about the project. convenience, as well as being a cen- says a tank truck picks up oil each charges garage owners for remov-
The First Baptist Church of told county commissioners at their tral location for residents. When the week and takes it to Ocala for ing the oil. Very few service stations
Starke will present a special program Feb. 21 meeting. Ellerbee Curve landfill is com- recycling. At one time, Mosley said change oil for customers, with the
for retired citizens, entitled, O'Neal said a tank has been pur- Many people change oil in per- pleted, another tank will be located oil recovery firms paid service sta- service being provided largely by
Young at Heart," with Attorney chased and the slab poured on coun- sonally owned cars and trucks, lawn there, for use by residents of all tion and garage owners a small garages and Quick Oil Changing
Johnny Hobbs as guest speaker. ty Road Department grounds back mowers and other equipment, and three counties. amount for the used oil Later on the Facilities I
Hobbs will discuss "Wills and Liv-
ing Wills "


noon covered The, Thursday program dish for,is the March scheduled luncheon.1. Bring for 12 a \.: :\\\'l'i\ ',HC MEW SAFETY II' '. I Budget Shortfall


Prayer Day... =,AW11MOW'R BLADES

World Day of Prayer will be : ')\. "': ROSLEV ARE HERE Research Set
observed Friday, March 2, at the s ;
St. Marks Episcopal Church on
Church St with an 11 a,m. service,
followed by a covered dish lun-

cheon Everyone is Invited. t ..uewrs Amount UnknownA

Rental Property
committee to review county ti',shortfall will be less than
Owners... financial needs and recommend a :..00MK( because county officials
Bradford Rental Property program for borrowing funds to see have been spending conservativelyso
Owners Association will meet Fri- the county through its fiscal 89.90 far this fiscal year.
day, March 2, at 12:30: p.m., in the II money crunch was appointed Fcb 21 Once it was determined that no
Bradford Family Restaurant. Call by Chairman Maxie Carter Jr. legal basis exists in Florida law to \
Ben Holtzendorf for information, Named to the committee are CPA assess, for jail operations, comis 1\
Ph. 964-7961 Pat Farnsworth County Clerk Rav sioners changed to the$35, up$5, for
Norman and Budget Director Estht'I'Ellerson. emergency medical services.
Talent Show... A committee is currently studying 1!
Commissioners approved a mo a one-cent local option sales tax, but
A musical talent show benefiting tion to "have the assessment those funds can only be used fri
Bradford Association of Retarded prepared and ready for billing in special capital outlay h
Citizens will be staged in the BHS November." In the meantime, the as building a new jail, enlarging the
Auditorium Saturday, March 3, at board plans to get agreements sign- courthouse, or for paving new roa'-.
7 p.m. ed with the four municipalities in the not for regular county government
This year's" theme, "Music of county and "fine-tune" the or operations
America, will feature several dinance. The shortfall, plus a possible
local groups and individuals, In- The assesssment to which the payback, leaves commissioner
cluding BUS chorus, the BHS band, commissioners referred is the $35 choice but to find new sonic( "'
Nostalgia, a children's chorus from 1 emergency medical services (KMS> revenue for the 90-91 fiscal!
Hampton and Brooker schools, anda t tr fund proposed by the county after Property) taxes are currently' .. I
dance ensemble from Keystone failing to win support for a $100 county's main source of revenue
Heights assessment to fund EMS and the
Tickets are $5, available at county jail operations.. Complaint Cut-Off...
Outlaw Realty or from members of Top Prize Winner at Jax Show... Billing the $35 assessment this Commissioners set !March l 1..
the Starke Kiwanis Club. !New saftey mower blaces manufactured November will not help the current the cut-off date for complaints urn'
by Crosley sell for $2 .U5 each. Eight salemen are now out selling
Girl Scout Cookies... Manufacturing Co.. located on US-301 south, won the them. Governmental agencies get a 20 percent discount fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30. cerning the solid waste assessmentThe ,
top prize among "(Mi booths In last week's Home and The blades are available locally at Starke The commission originally balanced same date was set last year. I
The Girl Scout Cookies are here! Patio Show in Jacksonville in the Prime Osburn Power Equipment and NAPA. its fiscal 89-90 budget with
Brownie Troop 6'M!/ will be in front Center, the old railroad station. Gilbert Crosley, Kirby's father, developed the new $900,000 from the$100 special assessment Landfill Suit... I
ot the Wal-Mart Store, Saturday, Kirby Crosley, above, demonstrates one of the new lawn mowing blade with thousands of hours ot mowing $30 for emergency medical Commissioners were told b>
March 3. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., blades, a circular platter with wires attached to cut around town over a period of yean. Crosley also service and $70 for operation of the UNeal; that six residents of the f
selling Girl Scout cookies for $2 per grass. Crosley's :Mike llanke is in background.So started up Crosley Trailers and now sells franchises to Jail. No special in assessment will be Ellerbee Curve area (in Union Connt I
box far, Croslev has sold 700 of the new blades, which sell the trailers. collected the current fiscal year. >p) have filed a suit in protest to the I''
but Clerk Norman has stated that tri-county landfill.
Bradford ARC... \


second Retarded The Bradford annual Citizens musical Association will present extravaganza of its New Rules Aimed at Controlling Incoming Industry. ;,''I

Saturday, March 3, at 8 p m, in '-" -- .
the BHS Auditorium. Local Talentto Armed with a proposed pew en- industrial park, owned by the ... would like to meet with a small
be featured. Advance tickets, $4, vironmental ordinance and a new Development Authority, for use by of and county officialsand
group city
at the door $5. Available at Sun- set of guidelines for the sale of pro- Thermo Environmental Systems, explain the operation which they
shine Industries and participating perty by the Bradford County Inc. (TES) for an incinerator to burn"biological" Fact Finding Tour ProposedRobert said would primarily be for use as a
Development the of
Authority City
merchants. waste are apparentlyon crematorium, but would also burn
Starke and Bradford County will hold V. Lee III, president of Thermo Environmental Systems "other items."
Class of 1970... soon have additional protection from The Department of Environmental Inc., said Wednesday, Feb. 28, that Robert E. McKierman, chief cx Wall said McKierman accused
All graduates of the BHS Class of incoming industries that do not meet Regulation was pelted last week ecutive officer of Federal Medical Processing, Inc., the parent com- Stai'ke of using "guerilla tactics" to
1970 are encouraged to participatein certain criteria. with petitions from the City of pany, was trying to set up a fact-finding tour for Starke officials. Mon oppose the crematorium. Wall
the planning its 20 year class County Attorney James R. (Reg- Starke, the Bradford County Com- day. March 5, to inspect the incinerating facility of Crawford Equip quoted McKierman as saying
reunion, Monday March 5, at 7 gie) Flynn has prepared an or- mission, the Starke/Bradford Coun- ment & Engineering Co., at 436 Landstreet Road, in Orlando. "we've got a contract and have \
p.m., in the home of Cindy dinance, based on one recently ty Chamber of Commerce, the Brad- Lee said that McKierman had telegraphed Mayor Vernon Silcox and already spent a lot of money on
Strickland Futch, 403 S. Cherry St., adopted by the Clay County Com- ford County Economic Development City Utilities Director Bill Weldon, informing them of the proposedtrip project If you folks want to go 1\
Starke. mission, declaring a one-year Corporation, and the Bradford and asking that they notify other commissioners. court that's fine with us."
Call Cindy, Ph. 964.8953 or David moratorium on industries that do not School Board, seeking an ad- Mayor Silcox could not be reached by phone, but Weldon said he had Mayor/Commissioner Vernon
Kirkland, Ph. 473-2372. comply with air quality standardsand ministrative hearing to contest not received any message, and does not think such a trip would b<' Siltox said he also received a unit
other environmental factors. DER's proposed issuance of a per- possible, since City Attorney Terence Brown has advised commissioners from McKierman last Friday al,.nu
Baseball Sign-up The ordinance will be presented for mit for TES, Inc. to operate such a not to talk with anyone about the incinerator, except in his the same lines as reported by \' ill.
approval at the March 5 commission facility (Brown's) presence. but that he (Silcox) does not '! i Ilk
Baseball registration for boys meeting, after which it will be Emphasized in the petitions was Weldon quoted Brown as saying, "They have us in an adversarial that a meeting with the two i',m
and girls, ages 7-14, begins Tues., advertised before becoming effec- the fact that the city and county position and we should not say anything that might later be used in a pan' officials would serve any.\
Jan. 16 and ends March 7. Fee, $30. tive the following month. were unaware of the sale of propertyfor suit against the city." thuhile purpose at this time
Sign-up at Pratt Street Center or .The eight-point set of guidelinesfor such use until a request was .... petitions to DER for a hearth. <
old Armory Building. the sale of lots in EnterprisePark made by Ray Navitsky, executive still under consideration Slice:?
the industiral park, was director of the Economic Develop-- vironmental Systems, Inc. is a sub- seemed surprised at the upstir caused thinks that facts in the case cure
Upcoming... drawn up after being suggested at a ment Corporation, for the City to sidiary. by his company's application fora misrepresented and that the > Iv
recent meeting of the Economic pave a stretch of road into the parkto Commissioner Ed Wall said he crematorium permit in Starke, should have been informed f'oIll.! ',11.
Public meetings scheduled in the Development Corporation. Makingthe serve a crematorium. received a call from McKierman since he said all details of the opei a. as to the company's needs and then
coming weeks are: suggestion was board member while he (McKierman) was travel tion had been explained to the effect on the city infrastructureAll I
Special Olympics are scheduledat Kerry Rowell 1 of the Florida Na- ing by car on 1-90 Wall does not Development Authority. !McKier
the BHS Track, Friday, March 2, tional Bank, who said guidelines Phone Calls from CEO... know whether McKierman was man also said that he or Robert V Eyes on Jaspei..
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. should be drawn up and questions At least two city commissioners entering or leaving Florida at the Lee, president of TESI, had offeredto In the meanwhile, opponents ot' a
Bradford County Commission asked before entering into a sale received phone calls last Friday time. Efforts to reach McKiermanby take members of the city commis- pro medical waste rosins: ." rat j
meets Monday, March 5, at 9:30: contract with prospective buyers of from Robert E McKierman, chief phone in Jacksonville have been sion on a trip to inspect a similar Jasper are preparing for an .111-> i
a.m., in the Courthouse. property here. executive officer of Federal Medical unsuccessful. operation in Orlando, but the offer I
Lawtey council meeting set for Other matters involving the con- Processing, Inc., the parent corporation Wall said he talked with McKier was not acted upon. Lee had said see Industry..v. ,\)
Monday, March 5, at 7:30: p.m., in troversial sale of property in the city of which Thermo Entions man about 20 minutes, and the CEO earlier that he and KcKierman
City Hall.
Starke Council meeting set for

City Tuesday Hal,.March 6, at 7:30 p.m., in NRSWA Eying Composting OperationBy

Bradford County School Board
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meeting is set for Monday, March
12, at 7 p.m., in the Administration Joe Cissy information on financial night operation' and get left holdingthe ing insects and flies, endangeringthe tv
Building on North Temple Ave. BCT Stuff Writer status and financial history, size and bag." health of individuals and v
Brooker council meeting is set With continued urging from the scope of the company, and all other livestock and a decrease in land
Tuesday, March 13, at 7:30: p.m., Citizens Committee of Raiford, the pertinent information they wish to Lawsuit... values. I
in City Hall.Hampton New River Solid Waste Association submit will be considered by the The lawsuit recently served on The suit. was brought by the
council meeting is set (NRSWA) is gearing up to investigate board for a request for proposals ata each county and DOC individually, Citizens Committee of Raiford,
Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m., in Ci- the feasibility of a possible later date. and the Association collectively, has namely) Robert J. Anderson, JohnL. _
ty Hall. composting operation at the tri- After replys have been receivedand been given to association attorneyJon Wilkinson Maxie D. Wilkinson 1
Bradford Education Association county landfill. reviewed by the board Re- Wershow. The three counties Johnnie L. Griffis, Hubert Griffis
Legislative dinner is set Thursday The association is preparing a Request quests for Proposals (RFPs) will be have authorized the association at- and William J. Griffis in the name of
March 15, at 7 p.m., in the National for Qualifications (an RFQ) sent to those companies selected as torney to handle the suit rather than "all residents, citizens, taxpayersand k
Guard Armory on Edwards Road. to determine who may be interestedand being most likely to provide the typeof have different lawyers from each electors in the geographical
Chamber of Commerce Board of what qualifications they may services needed by NRSWA. entity working in parallel.The area of Union County.. '
Governors meeting is set for 12 have, to set up the solid waste com- The proposals then requested will suit charges that the Ellerbee A IV
Thursday March 15 in the posting system for the association.The include details of the operation to be Curve site is not suitable for solid The suit claims that archaeological ,
noon, ,
SFCC Board Room. RFQ will ask for any In- set up by each respondent, and will waste disposal, its soils are wet, and finds have been madeon
Starke council meeting is set for terested party, individual or com- Include cost figures and specifications wells will become polluted by the lands, an unmarked cemeteryis i
pany to let themselves be known and for the plant. seepage. Wells are the only source of located in the area, wild animals
March 20 at 7:30 in
Tuesday, p.m., to submit to the NRSWA governing "The Board being cautious with water for household use as well as! and vegetation on endangered
City Bid Hal. for Com- board a statement or resume of the what they are doing," said Coordinator for livestock. species lists would be further endangered iji:
Opening Hampton they have in composting.Information James Croft. "They are not Other charges in the suit include, and further contamination
Block Grant
at munity 7.p m.Development Wednesday March 21, in, about existing opera- going to get caught up with a 'fly by "increase. in possible disease carry- of New River would result. l

CitylHaliBradford!.

meeting is set County Wednesday commission, March '66 Unit Campground Set on Sampson Lake -

21, at 7:30 p.m., in the courthouse. Black History...

Zoning Bradford items County on agenda.School Board A 66-site recreational campground struction on which Smith expects to camping on the lake side.A -zoning board overruled the objections Nicola Wanton li tha n.w Mill
meeting set for Monday, March 26, for tents and recreational vehicles Invest $750,000, will begin im- 25-foot wide natural buffer will and recommended approval of Black History crowned Saturday night
at 7 p.m., in the Administration on Sampson Lake Trestle Road was mediately after the SRWMD per- be left along the perimeter of the the plan to the county commis In the 4th annual Mil Black Hillary
Building on N. Temple Ave. given final approval Feb. 21 by coun- mits are received.The campground A split rail fence is sioners. Pagaant. For a story an the contait
Bradford County Zoning Board ty commissioners.The 15.56 acre campground will be planned along both sides of the road. ... Pago SA In this week's social
meeting is set Tuesday, March 27, Zoning Board approved the two miles south of SK-100 and about Smith says he'll save as many treesas County commissioners approvedthe pagai. February's. Black History
at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. site plan Tuesday night, Feb. 27. 100 yards south of the Crosby Lake- possbile. zoning change April 19, 1989, but Month .....",allon. locally were
Owner Tom Smith expects it will Sampson Canal. Smith plans to have Smith's petition was heard by the since the project required a major culminated with tha beauty pageant
take two months to get needed per- RV camping, with full hookups, on zoning board March 28, 1989, drawing change in the Comprehensive Land and tha annual ..anq.... of the Brad-
(see Worth Noting.p.2A) mits from the Suwannee River the east of of SW 11th Street, the objections from several Sampson Use Plan, Smith's plans have beenon lard Chapter Ih. NAACP.
Water Management District. Con- Sampson Trestle Road, and tent Lake residents. However, the hold for almost a year.





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[ Worth ] Spurrier Upbeat '



L Dinner.Noting.. About Next Season .0\I I



Education!: Commissioner Betty UF Football Coach Steve Spurrier ..,'Ald. UF players have averaged 550on
Castor will be the featured speakerat wouldn't let the Gator QuarterbackClub the SAT college,entrance test. 7r
the BEA legislative dinner, banquet adjourn until he had The new UF recruits average 900
scheduled for Thursday, March 15, everybody swaying to"We Are Boys Spurrier said.
at 7 p.m., in the Armory on Ed- From Ole Florida. UF has a chance for a good year, r firk'
wards Road. Newly installed President Cindy Spurrier said,Without saying the UF &.
Reps. George Crady and Chance Futch thought she was closing the has either better or worse op- 1Ag'.J
Irvine will also address the group. banquet by leading the cheer two ponents. The NCAA probe into the
Tickets,$10. Call 964-5285 for Bits,Four Bits."But Coach Spurrierwas UF athletic program should be concluded
reservations. heard shouting, "Wait a minute, in. June or July, Spurrier r '.l
wait a minute I predicted.Florida
Jefferson Day... Spurrier said a Jacksonville is No.3 when compared to
the of Miami and Florida
University
Bradford County's first Jefferson quarterback club meeting had been State University, said Spurrier, who
Day Meeting on the U.S. Constitu- closed with the famous Gator" song answered all questions anybody ask
tion will be held Friday and Saturday "and I thought that was nice. I
March 16-17, at the BUS Every Gator fan this reporter talk- ed.Florida will play good defense but
ed to, including Bradford Coach
Auditorium. Outstanding speakers,
people to
will have to outscore some
David Hurse also was a
discussions and debates will be thoughtt, win, Coach Spurrier said to a ques-
nice touch.
heard. Reservations may be made
tion by former UF player Vernon
by writing P.O. Box 613, Starke, Coach Spurrier is optimistic about Barber. Duke last year had few
the chances of the 1990 Gator team.
32091.
Recruiting went well with 19 outstanding players, had to win by .

Family Fun Dar... outstanding recruits signed. But outscoring some people,but still pointed met
Coach Spurrier advised the Gator the team goals Spurrier
Inter-Agency Family Fun fans against expecting too much un- out.New
Festival day is set from 10 a.m. to til the recruits get some playing UF quarterback Coach John
2 p.m., SaturdaY March 17, in the time and show what they can do. Reaves, beginning his first year,
SFCC Andrews enter parking lot. "Potential sometimes doesn't come came to the banquet with Coach I 'N, i
Remember when QB n"-r' c
The purpose of the festivities is to through," Spurrier cautioned. Spurrier.
teach people about the services The new UF coaching staff is "not Reaves, all-SEC in '71, threw the 60

available in the community, such inheriting a bare cupboard," said yard pass to Carlos Alvarez on the Spurrier-Mania....
of the Houston ?
as medical, educational, govern- Spurrier."I opening play game
mental, and recreational services. think we have a chance to be 315 people! attended the annual Evelyn Griffin left, greets new UF football coach Steve's father, Graham Spurrier. Coach Spurrier's
Come one,come all. competitive next year," the new UF Gator Quarterback Club banquet In Steve Spurrier at the annual Starke Gator QuarterbackClub wife, Gerrl; their son. Scotty, and Steve's mother accompanied
coach stated. Spurrier is pleased the the National Guard armory in Camp banquet at the National Guard Armory In Camp the new UF coach to the banquet.

Class of 1940... Gators will play on natural turf this Standing.Cindy Futch was installed as the Rlandinc Melba .lohnion. second from left grrrt

The BUS class of 1940 will hold fall. "It's much" more comfortable to 1990 president of the club, suc-
the first session for planning its the players, he said. and ceedingt Rip O'Steen, former ad- r I
introduced his father
50th anniversary reunion, Monday Spurrier ministrator of Bradford Hospital,
mother, wife, and son to the au-
March in the Bradford who now lives in Tallahassee and is
19
at 7:30 p.m., been in
dience.His father has sitting
Family Restaurant.Call stands but will working as a lobbyist for Santa Fe
the of the north
Marian Dowling Long, Ph. top Health Care Systems, Inc.
better seats this fall Spurrier
get
964-5797 or Jo Ella and Eldon Har- Other new officers are Cliff Chap-
said. "He has a little more pull,
dy, Ph. 964-7607 for further infor man, vice-president; Brenda Farn- Double Offer
a
,
said Coach Spurrier drawing
mation. laugh from the audience. sworth treasurer., secretary, Al Kay Carlisle,

Pop Warner Plays... Spurrier said he will demand that 1989 officers were Rip O'Steen,
UF football players be good citizens, president; George Pierce, vice-
Bradford County Pop Warner and got a hand from the audience.He president; Delia Rosenberg,
basket ball team will play the will demand that UF athletes attend secretary, and Nancy Norman,
WQIK Hit Kickers, Thursday, class and graduate, the coach treasurer.
March 22, at 7:30: in the Bradford

Middle School Gym. Admission, $2. Choir Appreciation Day Set at UMU

Bradford ARC... .

The Bradford Association of The First United Methodist Following the worship service, a
Jtetarded Citizens will present its Church has designated Sunday, reception will be held in FellowshipHall z R a p '
second annual musical extravagan- Mar. 4, Choir Appreciation Day, to providing an opportunity for
jea, Saturday, March 3, at 8 p.m., in recognize and honor choir members, individuals to express personal appreciation -
for the
the choir
to ex-
Talent past and present.
the BUS Auditorium. Local ,
;o be featured. Advance tickets, $4, cellent musical programs presentedeach
at the door, $5. Available at Sun- Special music will be presented Sunday.
shine Industries and participating during the Sunday morning worship Everyone is invited to attend this
merchants. hour, with solo and group singing. special service.


Class of 1970... NAACP Banquet Held Feb. 23The

,
All gl-duat ofthUS Class of

1970 are encc -ticipate motivating others to do the same.
in the 2u class NAACP Freedom Banquetwas
planning ot lui year
held evening, Feb. 23, at Cecil, a 33 Grand Inspector
Friday
reunion, Monday March 5, at 7
General, Prince Hall Masons, has
the Fairgrounds on US 301 North.
p.m., in the home of Cindy
:Strickland Futch, 403 S. Cherry St., Mistress of Ceremonies was Velma received such distinguished awardsas
Chandler, who graciously reminded the "Chapel of Four Chaplains"for

Calf Cindy, Ph. 964-8953 or David .the attending guests that without humanitarianism. During his-20
>Kirkland Ph. God, we can do nothing. year stay in Germany,Cecil founded J.Ree L..Freei
: 4732372.
The evening began with a prayer the Cecil A. Ellis,Jr. Masonic! Lodge .
Dinner... sung by Mrs. Sallie Dell. Speakers and started several Boy Scout .; .... .. .; ; ..... ,
included NAACP president and Troops. Cecil retired from the Boy '
Education Commissioner Betty school board chairman Jimmie Scouts of America as an Executive 1
:Castor will be the featured speaker Scott, who urged the people "to Scouter in 1983. Gt Mteoveriessoa 1
:'at the BEA legislative dinner, come together' City Commissioner Special music for the evening was !
:scheduled for Thursday, March 15, Vernon Barber encouraged the rendered by Mrs. Zaporah Barber
:at 7 p.m., in the Armory on Edwards young people to get involved, set and Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph.The I
:' Road. goals and realize that they can Freedom Banquet will be set MdLuxuries.YoursWithAnyM.50MdeNorman
Reps. George Crady and Chance achieve them. County Commis- on the fourth Friday in February as > I I
Irvine will also address the group. '
annual event.
Ross Chandler who was also an
sioner
Tickets, $10. Call 964-5285 for I
reservations. impressed by the large attendanceof I
[ young people encouraged them to CoSmetIC Purti1ase. I
and Cox Appliance I II II
get their education stay away Create perfect Spring
your
: from drugs. & Your Wild Luxuries gift will help I
Jefferson Day... I coUecI I
The keynote speaker for the even- makeover with our newest
Bradford County's first Jefferson ing was introduced by Alice Hudson, Air Conditioning I you spring into the newest look I tion of colors The
::Day Meeting on the U.S. Constitu- who elaborated on the fact that she Service for naturals with in camouflage Big I
:tlon will be held Friday and Saturday has been inspired and motivated by I eyeshadows I Color Hunt. It's an adventure in
capI I
:: March 16-17, at the BHS Cecil A. Ellis, Jr. to get involved in Green Haze and Soft Lavender plus I
the affairs of the community.Cecil turing your most put-together look
:;Auditorium. Outstanding speakers, I I
::discussions and debates will be A. Ellis, Jr. is a native of / lipstick in a perfect Polished Peach. I with eyeshadows blushers:lipsticks
Starke who left Starke over 40 years ,
:heard. Reservations may be made I You'll also find Medium Neutral I
,by writing P.O. Box 613, Starke, ago, returning three years ago and I and nail glazes in untamed naturals.They'll .
'32091. became involved in the community, I Total Finish Makeup and I II
moisture1
I make you want to take off

Family Fun Dar... NORMAN'S I replenishing Luxiva Collagen I for Merle Norman and follow the 1I I II

Inter-Agency Family Fun 'g I Support. We have one gift per trail back season after season. I
:Festival day is set from 10 a.m. to customer while our supplies last. I
;;2 p.m., Saturday March 17, in theESFCC ROADSIDE 1 I
Andrews Center parking lot. :
:The purpose of the festivities is to
teach people about the services MARKET mERLE nORlTfiTCOSMETIC ) :

available In the community, suchas
Joe Cox friendly repairman.Call I
301 North Starke your
medical, educational governmental -
him today for any appliance repair. : STUDIOS
1 and recreational services. 964-9152 Service & Repair on: I 1I I II
Come one, come all.

Class of 1940... ;; STARKE .Conditioning s All Major Appliances Refrigeration I 'MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC. STUDIO I: ;

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f: > !Flnotrtenl! I .
118 S. Thompson St. 1
The BHS class of 1940 will hold 984-7355
the first session for planning its fSTRAWBERRIES 9647462fLie ,
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50th anniversary reunion, Monday - _ -
March 19, at 7:30 p.m., in the Bradford FRESH FROM OUR FARM *R A 0046994. EROO07578

Family Restaurant.Call SEA TROUT FILLETS EtiEl ESi y a"'-
Marian Dowling Long, Ph.
,
964-5797 or Jo Ella and Eldon Har- jjh$3-7; :
dy Ph. 964-7607 for further infor $ 99 Ib.Rock Shrimp

mation. dy Golden-brown fried shrimp, fries cole slaw, hush puppies and I

Pop Warner Plays... n d.S. app t. nJ f d cocktail sauce. I

Bradford County Pop Warner '
basket ball team will play the : i-' ', i Not with Captain JL
WQIK Hit Kickers, Thursday, ; I One other coupon per customer.or discount offer good at JL J. H H
Bradford a any coupon
7:30 in the
March 22, at
.
Middle School Gym. Admission, $2. Shrimp d par/IS/90./cipating. Captain D's.Offer expires Seafuod'

I
$299 lb. is - - - -


TELEGRAPH INSERTS IN MAR.THE 1 Snow Crab Clusters S Two 3-Piece Fish Dinners $5.99 1


uppliai.* Ac* Hardware. For all your garden lb. Three golden-brown fish filets,fries,cole slaw and hush puppies. .

Mil..... Gnocary For Food Daals. $399 '
Farmars Furnllurai Furnltura o 'I


Bargain SOUTH FLORIDA V D's
Captain
Sha CHyi Shoa for the whola family. One coupon per customer.Not good with l
Pole Deans
Ortan WalUt Th* all nw '90 "; any other coupon or discount offer at
Oldtmoblla.WIEKENO. .String Beans Captain D's.Offer expires Seafood"participating I I"I
MOONLIGHT MADNESSat 3/1 190. -
,4t
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Cwitvr .750 Ib. 0 '
Daarfoat Village Shopping - - i f
Orion' Wallft Fraa gilt to anyona

r.gIst.rtsg.Wai, Marti Stonrwlae Mite and great RUBY REDGRAPEFRUIT Two Fish &Chips $4.99Three I'

bargain an Sidewalk Sal Saturday. golden-brown fish filets, fries and hush puppies.
Intertalnmen Friday. SM-7 em. Sat. I IOne
3i30-liM.: featuring Nostalgia. $100
Ham Entertainment Concept! Free FOR I
movie. coupon S '
Food Lion Great buy en Pepl.ee coupon per customer.Not good with CaptajnD s '
....
any other coupon or discount offer at .
: :
Th. Gallery Goadttme, Sun Rental. 0 / participating dnD's-Offerexpire.
Radio, Shack Leila'*Dross Shop,Stump, 3/15190. Seafoodjt
VHa's Flua and Hogan Heroe all hove
great Moonlight MadnaM value.. Shop BEES - ttv's S -
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o LomiiMssioners Review Subdivision Ordinance Draft. I 1by

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luster Rohn
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Bradford Commissioners reviewed commission meeting in March witha accept upkeep of the roads, or Commission Chairman Maxie other than arterial highways, since 100 feet. Replogle mentioned CK-125 ,
the proposed sub-division draft statement incorporated in the proposal responsibility for paving them at Carter, Jr., said he wanted to hear driveways may be placed every 100 out of Lawtey, the Brooker Road
Wednesday, Feb. 21, comparing the that that will roads notify in land subdivisions purchasers some future date.Subdivisions more about access from arterial feet under current zoning laws that Morgan Road, Brownlee Road andthe -
draft some having nine or more roads Into major subdivisions,which provide for only 100 feet front
copy prepared by the North Speedville Road as being subject
will be
Central Florida Regional Planning the possibly never paved by lots may have a combination of paved had been discussed at length in the footage. to heavy traffic,and needing protec-
Council with the changes proposed county. and unpaved roads, with the final meeting of the subdivision com- tion from endless driveways.
by the Subdivision Committee, The proposed subdivision ordinance county assuming responsibility for mittee. Major subdivisions built on the Contractor Warren Stevenson,
appointed
by commissioners In provides for developmentsof maintenance,but without promise of only two arterial roads in the county, who has presented developer's
I I January, 1989. eight or less lots to be excluded paving the graded segments. Committee Member and memberof US-301 and SR-16, must provide col- views throughout committee ,
The commissioners roads within the Bradford County Zoning lecter roads In the subdivisions and meetings for the past said the '
from and
did regulation, year
not signal
In presenting the two draft copies, Board Rick Replogle said he and access them to the highway. Martin
acceptance of the proposed draft, the development to be privately proposed draft represents a com
I O'Neal told commlsioners, "It is Zoning Board Member Jay Martin and Replogle other roads in the
say
but told Zoning Director Darrell owned, or owned by the residents of your task to merge the two proposalsinto have problem with direct promise, eliminating direct access I
a access county are heavily traveled, and
I O'Neal to return.to the mid-month the development.The county will not a final draft." from major subdivisions to roads should not have a driveway everyTop from highways.major subdivisions to major I


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17 BMS Students Earn A's ','.111.iIr i\- : _ Industry .

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for Third Six-weeks TermSeventeen
ministrative hearing this Thursdayand
Friday in Tallahassee.At .
Bradford Middle issue is whether TSI Southeast,
students, or 2.3 percent of School the A-B Honor Roll... an Orange Park corporation with no I
725-member student body, earned The 88 students on'the A-B honor apparent connection to TESI, will be ..
straight-A's for the third six-weeks roll, by grade,are: granted a permit to build and
incinerator,
operate an with a much
grading period which ended
Jan. 17. greater capacity than he one planned -
Another 88 BMS students, or 12.1 Eighth Grade... James Autry, s for Starke, in Jasper's indusfltal 1
percent of the student body, earnedall Angela Baker Dawn Brown, Brian park.
A's and B'sfor a place on the A-B Clark, Jason Corbine, Angelia Den- l'I l'f -
honor roll. ton, Estella Denton, Alyson Plans for the proposed Jasper
The straight-A students, by grade, Dugdale Joel Eunice, Jeffery facility were originally approved by
are: !
Evans, Chassady Fowler, Anessa the city council and the Hamilton
Goodman, Laura Goodner, Jason County Development Authority, but
Eighth Grade: Greene,Crystal Greer,Dena Griffis, mounting opposition forced the
Brittany Bula daughter of Mr. Johnny Hernandez,Heather Hersey, council to rescind its approval. A
and Mrs. Joe Bula of Starke. Stacy Johnson, Justin Lee, Shondee lawyer has now been retained to
Bethany Lee, daughter of Mr. and Lewis, Gregory Marhsall, } s represent the opposing group at the
Mrs. Ricky Lee of Starke. Christopher McMonigle, Bille Jo I administrative hearing.
Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr. Mullis, Dawn Nail, Larry Neesmith, f '
and Mrs. Mike Newsome of Starke. Lloyd Odom, Amy Parrish, Smita .trap
Candice Norman, daughter of Ms. Patel,Ronnie Reagan,Toby Searcy, The Hamilton County Develop-
Kathy Norman, Starke,and Charles Stephanie Sellers, Jennifer Shadd, \ I ment Authority has not returned a
Norman Starke. Charmil Spooner, Wendy Thornton, $1,000 binder paid by TSI presidentKen
Hetal Petal, Mr." and Casey Trimble, Stephanie Williams, Krantz of Orange Park, since
Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke.Jonathan Kimberly Wilson.Seventh the Authority fears a lawsuit if it
reneges on the signed contract.A .
Smith, son of Mr. and l
Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Grade... Robert
Bassett, Christina Broome Missy similar situation exists In Starke
Seventh Grade: Brown, Ericka Cleveland, Christina with the$500 binder paid by TESI be-
ing held here
Tanya Anderson, daughter of Mr. Crawford, Jennifer Darley,. Linda BMS Grade Earners... Authority, but by not the deposited.Development! The I
and Mrs. George Anderson of Dixon, Kimberly Douglass, Lynn fact that the contract for sale of the
Starke. Dugan, Charles K. Fuqua, Cory Stralght-A students at Bradford Middle School for Smith, Bethany Lee, Jasen Wilkenson, Tori Horsey, lot specified its use as a '
Shannon Bunker, daughter of Mr. Goetzman, Cara Hamilton, Erroll the third six-weeks (l-r> are: Dana Newsome. "crematorium"may or may not hve
and Mrs. Felix Vargas of Starke. Hampton, Julie Loper, Tracey Mc- Bottom row: Shannon Bunker, Tanya Anderson, Back row, standing: Molly O'Neal Brittany Bula, the effect of voiding the contract,
Cassandra Jarvis,daughter of Mr. Cullough, Tina Meng, Bethany Cassandra Jarvis, Lindsay Walkup. Shannon Safer, Hetal Patel, Jonathan Smith. since no legal precedent has been
and Mrs. B.J. Jarvis of Starke.' Modesitt, Diane Newham, Keri Middle row, standing:: Heather Williams. Heather Not present for photo: Candy Norman. set.
Molly O'Neal daughter of Ms. Packham Julie Ponder, AmberReyngoucit
Maura O'Neal 01 Starke and Darrell Jamie Schaller, Erin
O'Neal of Starke. Slack, Paige Smith, Tract Thomas,
Elise Sistrunk, daughter of Ms. Michelle Wallace, Dana Warren, Woman's ClubExecutive \\Rain or Shine Our Low
Trish Sistrunk of Starke. Daniel Wrate. Board -
Heather Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Smith of Starke. Sixth Grade: Lakeisha Austin, Sets MeetingThe
Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. Brad Barber, Brad Bishop, Shawnie Executive Board of the Prices Make Everyday
and Mrs. W.W. Walkup of Melrose. Cox, Greg Durban, Carl Elder, Woman's Club will meet at the
Yemeako Fountain, Angela Griffis, clubhouse on Wednesday, Mar. 7, at
Sixth Grade: Aaron Harris, Robert Libby, 1 p.m. All members please attend as II
Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Christine Newsome, Miranda Nor final plans for the Antique Show will Sunny Day!
ton, Sean ,
For-
Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Hampton. Phillips Stephanie be made at this meeting. BOURBONS:
matilo, Michael Pusateri, Charlotte
Jasen Wilkinson, of Mr. and
son Smith, Charles Snell, Ronald Starl- 1
Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of
Lawtey. ing, Jason Thrift, Saul Urrutia,
Heather Williams, of Ms.
daughter *
Charles Trina Widner. ;
Annette, Williams of Lawte r Watson, The Jacksonville Beaches II : pEk
j-.J '" ""'" GORDOns
IIIoII''"Woman's Club held the District IV
Arts j,& Crafta Festival at their '
NorUi MarfbtMlm s.Out BUS 9 J,VfiMJbhQuse Members attending on'Friday< from;*the Fe.bft Starke 23. LONDON DRY .' iBPi BOURBON i+ i% aR

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Fireballing right 'hander Ricky Bo Hersey, 0-2, started for Brad Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Marjorie 95.00IZ 8 Y '
Carver threw a two-hitter at Brad- ford and was the losing pitcher. Thomson and Mrs. Mildred "Ws" 'w
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I I .fr. A -\ '".'.:.';'')'Ii'1: Deposed New Ordinance Would Curb I



C" .... .. .., Facilities
azardous- Waste Reduction

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U.S. Constitution Inspires J p':J.l. The following proposed County Ordinance, establishing a moratorium on construction -

t of solid waste volume-reducing plants within Bradford County, has been I
I r, prepared and will be presented approval by the Bradford County Commission
Spread of Democracy 4 ff at its March 5 meeting:

,'.e.;::J& WHEREAS, commercial facilities which involve as a WHEREAS, the Board desires of to facilities place into in Bradford effect a
Mexico the five republics of > 'if< primary Solid Waste Volume moratorium on new construction
or
The wave of democracy now sweepingthe Canada, secondary process a Florida which involve as a process Volume Reduc-
,
Central America, nine South American Reduction Plant typically constitute one of the most intensive C<>.mtYi Wastes or Infectious
world took another me nts utilizing: Hazardous
.,,.' land uses of the several land uses authorized and
defeat the Commonwealth of per- Florida, un-
,
republics, outside of Bradford County
ward this week with the decisive of Wastes generated
1 Vf' flitted under Bradford County Ordinance No.: 80-3, known location,design,
and Union of South Africa of
the
Australia, til the development and implementation
the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua. M as the Bradford County Zoning Code; and handling
waste or by-product
have also adopted constitutions patternedin i ': construction, emission and
the r* I WHEREAS, such Volume Reduction Plants often require
Political scientists believe that after ours and some of its standards and criteria.
Nicaraguans voted to turn Ortega out of some degree ,a,Sp conditions t of substantial energies under carefully controlled BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
been by THEREFORE
have also copied NOW
provisions ,;. and often produce by-products in the form of BRADFORD
office in order to join the march of world France, Belgium, Switzerland, and West jf gaseous and particulate discharges into the atmosphere, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
history and be in step with the countriesof :fv and In the form of ash and other post-combustion solids, COUNTY, FLORIDA, that:
Germany.
eastern Europe where the peaceful ** which may require special handling, treatment ort Section 1.Implementation of Moratorium; Duration: Fora
people-revolts are still in progress, and It has been said that "The Constitution i.-j f!;, disposal; and period of twelve (12) months following the effective date
of Americans". '"'' this Ordinance, a moratorium is declared to be in effect
Bible of
even South Africa, where the release of is the Civil -: WHEREAS, the Solid waste submitted to such Volume areas of Bradford County,
Nelson Mandela is expected to spur the Abraham Lincoln said: "Let every man Reduction Plants often contain Hazardous Wastes or Infec- Florida throughout,with the respect unincorporated to new construction of Volume Reduc-
cause of democracy there. remember that to violate the law is to tious Wastes; and, tion Plants or facilities which employ in whole'or In part
this background of world trample on the blood of his father and to .' WHEREAS, specific and detailed criteria must beestablished Volume Reduction Plants which utilize Hazardous Wastesor
Against that the first tear the charter of his own and hischildren's regarding the location, design construction, Infectious Wastes generated outside of Bradford County
issuedduring
events it seems appropriate liberty..Let it be taught in.'\:; .wnlssion standards and waste or by-product handling procedures Florida, and no building permits therefore shalNae
Bradford County Jefferson Meeting on ,"i f; of facilities which involve as a process Volume the period of the moratorium.
The Constitution will be held here Friday schools, in seminaries, and in colleges, \ Jj. Reduction Plants utilizing Hazardous Wastes or Infectious
and Saturday, March 16-17 at the high let it be written in primers, in spelling'f l',!"'V in order to mimmize or eliminate the nuisance Section 2. Prohibition: During the period of the
and/or
school auditorium. This two-day event books, and in almanacs, let it be preached -'*." danger which may be caused thereby to the public moratorium declared and established under Section 1.
will provide interested citizens, both from the pulpit, proclaimed \\n':$;;JSJ health, safety, or welfare; and, hereof, it Is hereby prohibited and made unlawful to submitto
halls and enforced in courts of{i', T:' WHEREAS, while Hazardous Wastes or Infectious any Volume Reduction Plant of a facility constructed
adult and high school age, the opportunity legislative to a building
{ moratorium pursuant
the period of the
apolitical 'f.r Wastes suitable for utilization in Volume Reduction Plants during
it become the
to discuss whether our Constitution is justice. In short, let : issued following the effective date of this Or-
not generated within Bradford Florida, permit
are being County
{
still safeguarding the ideals of justice, religion of the nation and, in f"i *; in quantities sufficient to pose an immediate threat to theiK dinance, any Hazardous Wastes or Infectious Wastes
freedom, and representation upon whichit particular, a reverance for the Constitution. '; / public health, safety, and welfare, yet the importation of generated outside of Bradford County, Florida. Any willful
was founded. .IfCitizens r such wastes generated outside of said county would provide violation hereby shall be a misdemeanor punishable as provided
quantities sufficient to pose such a threat; and, under general Florida law.
The fact that the U.S. Constitution has of Bradford County who have

affected democracy in other countries, as shown concern and commitment to their

well as ours, was shown when the new community are extended an invitation to
president of Czechoslovakia on his recent participate in this first Bradford County

visit to Washington told a joint session of Jefferson Meeting on the Constitution
(Congress that his country's recent commemorating the work of a small I

peaceful revolution toward democracywas group of Americans who gathered in
inspired by the U.S. Constitution, the Philadelphia more than 200 years ago and

Bill of Rights, and the Declaration of In- designed a new government that IS still ,rQ'
det>endence. "They inspire us to be the model for democratic countries to-.
citizens," he said. And the citizens of day. Like Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jef-

Nicaragua also seem to have got the ferson believed that "...laws and institu-

message. tions must go hand in hand with the progress

The sweep of Democracy has become of the human mind".

contagious and will undoubtedly touch The Jefferson meeting here on March.!, '
other countries -- hopefully, even China
with
16-17 will bring the people together
before it has run its course. outstanding authorities on government'

and history from colleges and univer-
During this era of worldwide social and sities in this area. The two-day event was ,
political change, Americans need to Harris American.
,
organized by Ronney
know than before the fun-
more ever instructor at Bradford High
damentals of our Constitution, which has Government

provided us with a more enduring and School.
stable government, with a greater degreeof Thomas Jefferson said, "If a nation ex-
prosperity than anywhere else on the pects to be ignorant and free, it expects
globe.. Its influence has been felt in many what never was and never will be."/

countries in addition to Czechoslovakia. Freedom and education go hand in kandia ,

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Revenue Sharing Cuts .;




Seen in Martinez BudgetFlorida

The Florida Department of En- Ing the South Fork near Middleburg.The .
vironmental Regulation will hold a first six miles of the North Fork lie
by the State to take the trust fund money. PER to Hold public workshop March 21 at 7 p.m. at within the boundary of Camp Blandmg
of
stand lose
to
counties '
some \ the Bullard Bldg 2300 Ave. A which is the downstream limit of the
their revenue-sharing money if Governor This is just one of the "revenue ,.k- Camp Blandingtodiscussheproposed petition. Black Creek is a major
Martinez has his way with the proposed enhancers" that Martinez is resorting to :f: :; Public WorkshopOn designation of Kingsley Lake and partof tributary of the St. Johns River.
budget he is submitting for the new fiscal in lieu of more obvious taxes. Over $500 ,'1. Black Creek (North Fork) as The Intent of an Outstanding Florida
year. million of these "enhancers" are also in- "Outstanding Florida Waters". Water designation is to prevent

The Governor and his budgeteers seem cluded in the budget, including a 19 cent Kingsley OFWby Both water bodies are located in The deterioration primary effect of existing of an water OFW designation quality.-
be from cigarette tax, higher university tuitions, western Clay County. The North Forkof activities
to taking cues on money-shifting Black Creek flows from the eastern is that new polluting
Office stiffer fees for driver licenses, auto tags which DER must meet
those experts in the of Budget shore of Kingsley Lake northward ap- require a permit
Management in Washington. and registration fees. proximately fourteen miles before join- higher standards.

Tallahassee correspondent Randolph Commenting on the Martinez buget the '
TimesUnionsays Gainesville Sun says: "The downside of I'
Pendleton of The Florida
"One of the slickest gimmicks in these enhancers is that they don't beginto Forestry Incentive Program Outstanding SpeakersFor :

Gov. Bob Martinez's proposed budget is meet the transportation, education, ., I
the siphoning of $121 million out of trust criminal justice, social service and en- Signup Deadline March 15on Jefferson' :

funds and putting it into the general vironmental protection needs of Florida. I
revenue." And in the face of an economic slowdown
::1
that has already cost Florida hundreds of die land suitable for growing treesto Meeting ProgramBradford :1I
That is a trick practiced by U.S. Budget Stan Shepard provide soil protection, timber for ,I
Director Richard Darman who has been millions of dollars in sales tax'revenue, Bradford County Forester the future, wildlife habitat and to con County's first Jefferson I
using Social Security Trust Funds to help the Governor's budget will not even make Are you a landowner with some idle serve and improve the environment. Meeting on the U.S.Constitution will be !
balance the Federal Budget although up for the ground lost during last fall's farmland, pastures or cutover land? Cost-sharing Is authorized under FIP held Friday and Saturday, March 16-17,
cutback in state services and Have been thinking about planting in the BHS auditorium with a programof
$110 million you for the establishment of a plantationthat
funds to be
supposed un-
trust are debates and
those idle acres in pine trees If so, outstanding speakers, ,
will forest in the
touchable and not used for any purpose programs."In there is an added incentive to do so. future. This provide includes site products study groups.
preparationwhich
other than that intended by the trust. the area of transportation, for instance Sign-up for the 1990 Forestry Incen- are measures taken to preparethe This two-day event will offer a forum
On the state level, Martinez plans to Martinez once again has passed"up tives Program (FIP) is in progress and land for tree planting and the plan- for interested citizens, both adults and
use trust funds to help him through the prospect of higher gasoline taxes: I will end March 15. The purpose of this ting of trees. In order for landownersto high school American Government

another election year without further in favor of an $800 million bonding pro- program Is to establish a stand of trees qualify a minimum they must of 20 acres.request assistanceon students tion whether to discuss the Constitution, debate, and is ques-still

damage to his 1986 campaign promise not gram that is simply a rehashed version of ,. providing the ideals of justice,freedom,
to raise taxes. But he didri t promise not a scheme that already has been rejected... If you already have an established and representation for which it was

to take money away from the counties, by the"legislature on two previous occa!. '( stand forest of tree trees stand there improvement.is a practice Tree for founded.Friday's agenda will begin with
-t
forcing THEM to raise taxes. That's what sions. stand is usedto
improvement a practice registration at 1 p.m., followed by a
would happen if counties lose $35 million And while the Governor is already run- ..... release desirable trees from com- presentation of issues, and a recess for
from their revenue sharing funds under ning re-election commercials showing;t. i petition with undesirable vegetation.This dinner at 5:30 p.m. Discussion groups
the Martinez plan. him strolling along the beach against a-;..i. -- faster allows rate.Another .desirable trees to grow at a will reconvene at 7 p.m.

Florida sunset background, his proposed f.-! The Saturday session will start with
to Pendleton the Governor
According for which
I practice you can coffee and donuts at 8 a.m. followed by
would almost $1 million'.
to service charge budget provide 'f receive cost-sharing is site preparationfor
proposes levy a on a reports, a plenary session, and a
long list of items, including revenue shar- less than last year for the Department ot-;;.: natural regeneration. Natural catered luncheon at 12:30: p.m.

ing funds, to compensate for the cost to Natural Resources and the Department"of '' :r.' &" regeneration trees is to using reseed existing an area seed to producing a The meeting .has been arranged by
the state of collecting the money. By ex- Environmental Regulation. ? ". stand of pine seedlings. A sufficient Ronnie Harris, American Government
tending this charge to include revenue- Child Find... number of seed trees are needed as well instructor at BHS, and the agenda will
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Sun also points out that it is in the."" S as site preparation that will the include faculty members in Govern-
would The expose
funds the Governor get an {
sharing Governor's* :. 'Do you know a child with a handicap soil ment, Political Science, and History
the forest to permit reseeding.At
additional $121 million for general area of education that ? from colleges and universities in this
government spending. budget fails most miserably. "His offer of ;'f Child Find Is one part of the this time the FIP cost-share Is at a area.
raise for teachers if and Learning( flat rate for each practice applied. The
a three percent pay Florida Diagnostic Adult participants will be charged a
Among the big losers in this maneuver pitifully inadequate in the face of an:. Resources System(FDLRS) that flat rate equals approximately 65 per- $10 fee for the two days to help cover ex-
would be city and county governments inflation rate of 4.3 percent." lends support services to excep cent of the cost incurred. That s a pret- penses. Students will be admitted free.
which would lose $35 million from service assumed budget is around ... tional student education programs ty good incentive to plant those idle Attendance will be limited to 100 adults
charges on revenue sharing from the His proposed education i/I/ In a six county area: Bradford. acres in pine trees.If and 100 students. Reservations may be
sales tax the intangibles tax, and the in- $450 million less than the amount recommended :' Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, you want to apply for FIP cost- made by mail to Box 813, Starke.
by State Education Commis.-...'( and Union Counties. share assistance,please do so by March
surance premium tax. The documentary sioner Betty Castor. "' 4,;\ One function of Child Find is 15. Applications can be made at the The first Jefferson meeting was heldin
stamp trust fund, used for buying additional .'i' !' Identification of potentially han- Agricultural Stabilization and Conser- Williamsburg Va. in 1984 and since
that time have
land for recreation and preservation "A other name smells as J.dicapped preschool students, and vation Service (ASCS) office in Starkeat been held in numerous
by
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children and youth
purposes, would also lose$11 million, sweet," and a tax by another other name J.i the location of of the Agricultural Center.
between birth and 21 years age
and the public education capital outlay smells just as bad to the taxpayer.: Mar.., .,J J; who may have a handicap condition
fund would lose $6.8 million. tinez should have learned that lesion and are not receiving services.

City and County lobbyists are gearingup after his debacle with a "service tax" V; Some areas of handicapping condi- cob

to oppose the service charge, but it which he promised, then quickly abao,;" Uoiu; may be speech, language behavior, 4 ?
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+ These 13 Young Ladies Vied for the Title of Miss Black History...

Queen Nicole Wanton is In front, flanked on her left by first runner-up Carmen Bass, Latoya Davis Nekeaya Chandler, KI hanna Spooner
Chanda Padgett Miss Karen Hill Sheanealse Williams and on her right by second runner-up Kishanna Miriam DeSue, Miriam DeSue, Kendra Butler Shenaise WIlliams I
John Stanwlx-llay Spooner. Shaunda Hendrieth, Latara llendrleth, Pat rise Smith.

Chanda Padgett, Karen Hill, The 13 contestants (l-r) are: lIulaunda Anderson, Tasha George

Michael Bishop

John Announce Stanwix-Hay EngagementBonnie ToWed The! engagement Mar.of 17'Miss Karen Nicole Wanton Crowned Miss Black History i

of and
Padgett, Lawtey, I
of the late Mr. AlbertR.
Hill, daughter
Padgett of Green Cove
Craige Spr-
.Hill and Mrs..Wlllie Ownby Hill of
ings their, announce daughter the, engagement Chanda Kay of Orlando Jacksonville.Mr.is'Michael announced.Bishop Mr.of Feb. 24 at 4th Annual Pageant I

Padgett, of Lawtey, to John Ryan U
the of Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop is grandson
Stanwix-Hay, son
Raymond Stanwix-Hay of Hampton.The Leoma Whitehead and the late A.B. Nicole Wanton, 17-year-old First runner-up was Sheneaise Kendra Butler, 17, daughter of The young black people were I
bride-elect graduated from Whitehead,Sr.of Starke,and the son daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Williams, 15, daughter of Issac and Neil Butler and Brenda Butler. honest and laid it on the line about
Bradford High School and attends of Mr. George Q. Bishop, Jr. and Wanton of Starke, was named the May Lois Williams of Starke. Miss Judges for the pageant were the problems and challenges African ,
Santa Fe Community College.The Mrs. Charles F.' Fachko, both,.of queen of the 4th annual Miss"Black Williams was also winner of the Sharon Y. Bruton,an IBM employee Americans face today. "
bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom Jacksonville. : History Pageant in ceremonies talent phase of the pageant, doing a from Gainesville; Mary L. Cumm- "Drugs, sex, and aides, contes-
Bradford High School and is Miss Hill graduated in 1987 from Saturday night in the Bradford High dramitlzation of the Creation. ings, a senior vocational rehabilitation tant Sheneaise Williams, one of the
Dartmouth College,and in July will five finalists, answered to the ques-
Winn School auditorium. Other contestants were: counselor for HRS; Henry
Dixie.
employed The wedding by is planned for July receive her masters degree in jour-- Thirteen young black ladies Miriam DeSue,14,daughter of Mr. Dunn, Jr., guidance counselor at tion, "What do you feel are the three
nalism from The American UnIver- entered the pageant started four and Mrs. Clarence DeSue of Starke. Southside Elementary School; Jean main problems facing African
sity. Mr.Bishop was graduated with years ago by Ross Chandler. Queen Lotoya Davis, 16, one of the five Ingram, a discharge counselor at Americans today?"
28.Did
high honors In 1985 from the Univer- Nicole was crowned by Kim Hampton finalists, and the daughter of Mr. the Mental Health Dept. in Miss Black History Nicole Wan-
you know... sity of Florida, and in May will queen.of the 1989 Miss Black and Mrs. Melvin Davis of Starke. Gainesville, and Debbie A. Owens, a ton, asked whom she credits with doing
Robert Cameron Ward, of Starke, receive his law degree from The History Pageant. Patrlse Smith, 15,daughter of AnnS. doctorial student in mass com- the most for blacks, answered,
will be initiated into Alpha Lambda George Washington University.The Miss Wanton was also named Miss King. munications at UF in Gainesville. "Dr.Martin Luther King, because he
Delta national honor society at Troy couple plans a March 17 wed- Congeniality of the 1990 pageant. Hulaunda Anderson, 14, daughterof Coordinators for the pageant were showed blacks can attain somethingin
State University Feb. 28. ding at 3 p.m.In the Grace Episcopal Miss Black History will receive a Hugh Anderson and Voncene Alice Hudson, Ross Chandler, life..anything we can think of, we
Cam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Church,Orange Park, with a recep- $500 scholarship upon enrolling In Anderson of Gainesville. Patricia Smith, and Renee Wimberly. can achieve"as long as we put our
Robert A. Ward of Starke. He is ma- tion following at the Orange ParkWoman's any college, said Chandler.The Rashaunda Hendrieth, 13, Miss Wimberly, a Bradford minds to it.
joring in Political Science and Club. Friends and familyare pageant extolled the virtues of daughter of Anthony Hendrieth and school teacher, acted as mistress of Miss Black History of 1989, in her
Speech Communication. invited to attend. the 13 Miss Black History queen con- Rebannah Henderson. ceremonies. farewell address, said she is troubled -
testants. "I am proud to be black," Latara Austin, 17, one of the five Elder Chandler, chairman of the by "our young girls, 11 and 12
was an often repeated theme of the finalists and daughter of Cheryl pageant, said all 13 young ladies are years of age, masquerading as
I New Arrivals contestants, such as essay winner Austin. winners to him, and congratulated young ladies giving up all respect.

-. -. ,,,, .... Kishanna Spooner, 14, daughter of Carmen Bass, 13, daughter of Lee each for entering.Ms. And our teenage boys who are
-- '''''_'-* n T* Lloyd Paul Spooner and Carolyn and Linda Bass. Hudson sang "You'll Never almost men taking advantage of
Kaleigh Lauren MCKnig t A" J! L .ItX ss u Spooner of Starke, whose essay( was ,....i.Wekeava Chandler,14,daughter of Walk Alone/, and told the con- them.
entitled I.Am Proud to "This shouldn't be only a month of
David and Kim Mcknight" Lan aiid Ctesie'LeVasseur: announce .. "Why pe- .'Marilyn Chandler. ," "Remember how our '
announce Black." Miss Spooner, the second Tasha ancestors persevered to win the celebration, but a month to do
the birth of the birth of their George, 15, daughter of
a daughter,
Kaleigh Lauren, born January 31 in Brand Lynn, born at dater runner-up,traced black history backto Tressie and Rebecca George of rights we enjoy today." special orientation of what's really M
Hospital Charlotte N.C. King Solomon and the Queen of Gainesville. needed for all our people.
Alachua General Hospital, She weighed 7 !Ibs. 7 oz. and Sheba. "We must take a pledge to
Gainesville.\ She weighed 6 Ibs. 8 oz. measured 19 inches. ourselves and each other to make a
Paternal grandparents are Tom difference in life for the better,"said
Maternal grandmother is Claire and Toni Levasseur of Englewood, Parties Given to honor Sherri NormanFebruary Miss Hampton, a senior at Bradford
Garvin of Myrtle' Beach, S.C.. Colorado. High School.Antique.
Maternal grandfather is James Maternal grandparents are Joe
Nudera of Colorado Springs, Col- and Ruth Riddick of Hampton. 12, Sherri A. Norman, 250 guests were invited to call bet- Show
orado.Paternal. On Feb. 20, Sherri A. Norman was ween 10 a.m. and 12 noon.
Maternal
great grandparents are bride-elect of Kristin Alday, was And Sale Set
grandmother Is Mrs. Raymond and Bonnie Baxter of honored with a miscellaneous honored with a miscellaneous Greeting guests at the door with
Arlin McKnight of Starke. Hawthorne. shower given by the employees of shower given by the ladies of the Nancy Roberts and Sherri was her The 8th annual Antique and Collec-
the Florida National Bank at the fellowship Church. mother, Linda Norman, and the tible Show and Sale, sponsored by
home of Kathy Tye. Hostesses giving The hall was decoratedwith mother of the prospective groom, the Starke Woman's Club, has been
the shower were Kathy Tye, the colors of Sherri's choice. Linda Alday.Guest set. A Preview Show will be held
I Church NewsNew Renee Hewett, Cathy Backus, Lynn the There were and two games played with were invited into the party Thursday,March 15,from 5 to 8 p.m.
Whaley and Geri Sapp. guests grandparents enjoy- rooms were arrangements of fresh at the Fairgrounds in Starke.
The bride-to-be was given a set"of ing the evening. spring flowers decorated the food Other show dates are Friday,
PastorAt Music Festival dishes as a memento of the occasion. Many gifts were presented to the and punch tables.A March 16,10 am til 7 pm; Saturday,
Held Last Weekend The dining table was decorated bride. crystal chop plate was Mar. 17, lOam til 7 pm; and Sunday,
Hampton with a white cut-work linen The wedding will be an event of presented by the hosteses to Sherrias Mar. 18, Noon to 5 p.m.
Baptist ChurchThe The New River Baptist Associa- tablecloth with a wide variety of March 24,at 7 p.m.at Heilbronn Spr- a momento of the occasion. Tickets are$1 in advance,$2 at the
tion held its annual Music Festival hors d'oeuvres served with punch, ings Baptist Church. Hostesses for the party were Nan- door and are good for all four days.
members of Hampton Baptist this past Friday evening at First colored in the wedding colors. cy Roberts, Ruth Johns, Oleeta There will\ be two buildings of
Church would like to welcome Baptist in Keystone Heights. A wide Attending guests enjoyed the Party Given Hardenbrook, Linda Kay Johns, displays and door prizes will be
Brother Roscoe Creed and his wife, variety of styles of music,all glorify evening giving advice to the bride. For Sherri A. NormanA Kathy Tye, Sandra Reddish, awarded daily.
Mabel, as their new pastor. ing Christ, were shared. Attending the party was Linda Nor- Carolyn Eaves and Andrea All Exhibits Are For Sale!
Everyone is welcome to attend The program consisted of a hand- man, mother of the bride-elect, and party was given February 17 for Waterhouse. Refreshments will be available
services at the church. bell choir from First Baptist Churchin Linda Alday, mother of the groom- bride-elect Sherri A. Norman at the through Kountry Kitchen, Coke
Gospel Sing Keystone Heights,a youth ensem- elect. Also .attending was Cindy home of George Roberts,Jr. on Bes- wagon and dessert booth.
ble and senior high youth choir from Roberts,sister of the bride and Josie sent Road.

Set SaturdayThe First Baptist,Starke Brian and youth solo Williams\ aunt of the groom. .. _..m........... .
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Church of God of Prophecy, competition XT: :
Inc. would like to invite everyone to Association ing selected the to represent. the Tammy R. Johns Happy AnniversaryMr. .
at state level.Children's ANNUAL
r..ofJ J EIGHTH 7980.Y
a gospel sing Saturday, March 3, at ;
7:30: p.m.Featured. music was representedby Celebrates 25th &.Mrs. .
singers will be the Smith three choirs from Westside Bap- Birthday Feb. 24 Jimmie W. Clark, Sr.
Brothers. Rev. W. T. Laney cordially tist Church In Gainesville, and the ANTIQUE
invites everyone to attend. children of the Weeks Family. In- Mrs. Tammy Richards Johns of Tuesday, February 27
terspersed throughout the evening Lake Butler was honored with a surprise Happy anniversary Mr. and Mrs.
Calvary BaptistTo were adult soloist from around the fish fry supper at her mother's Jimmie William\ Clark, Jr. on 31
Feature county; Suzanne Strickland,Lanette home, Mrs. Joan Richards, on years of marriage. We love you. AND
Griff,Karren McKInney,and Joan Crosby Lake, Saturday evening, Jimmie,Jr.,Jo,Letitice,Jimmie
Gospel Soloist Davis.In Feb. 24. III ,
Adult Choir categories again Thirty-three friends and relatives Clayton,Mary Annette,Clayton,Jr.
Calvary Baptist Church, 150 S. variety prevailed from the Sanc- enjoyed the occasion. Her brother, Ashley,Johnnie, : COLLECTIBLESHOW
St. will be Trlclal
Cherry featuring gospel Choir and Orchestra
tuary of First Donald Spencer, caught all the fish Dane
Mack
soloist Evans in a 90-minute
Baptist, Starke, the Adult Choir of and her uncle<<.'W.R. Starling, en-
concert Friday, March 2,
He on several national First Baptist, Keystone Heights, joyed cooking them for the evenings
television appears programs, one of which Is Klngsley Lake Baptist Adult Choir, fare. & SALEBradford
Jerry" FalwelPs "Ole Time Gospel Fellowship Baptist Adult Choir from Everyone had a nice time talking
Hour". Raiford,all the way toa great Senior and visiting around a big campfire
Mr.Evans is co-producer and host Adult Choir from First Baptist,Mid- following supper. Fairgrounds-Two Buildings
of a weekly television music show dleburg. The evening was finished Route 301 N., Starke, Florida
called "Gospel Music Celebration"and off with selections by the Weeks I
sings as a member of the trio Family.This NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe PREVIEW SALE
called Robbie, Don and Mack. They well-attended two and one
the special music for the half hour event was a great
performed
Southern Baptist Convention at least representation 'of the music City of Hampton will conduct a Public THURSDAY, MARCH 15 5 pm to 8 pm
two times in the past. ministries of our local churches and Hearing on a proposed amendment to the
There is no charge the public is the hard work put forth by the
cordially.invited to attend. Association Music Director, Glenn scope and budget of the Neighborhood SHOW

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i meeting. Our students benefited a mantes will be In our cafeteria. birthdays, Abraham Lincoln also and Williams, cupcakes; Jeremiah
I : School News great deal participating and thank Mark your calendars now so you George Washington. We've We Hamilton, paperfolding. Also in
Southside Elem. been studying the five senses. have been enjoying -
everyone who made it possible. won't miss the talents of this year's and learned Language Arts,we
sessions
had two tasting activities with
Eckenrode Music.Southslde's Book Buddy
From Mrs. : : third grade students. the
were Justin Hill and Dewitt Revels. third grade students are Ms.Reddish: Grade 3 news.We'vebeen about our taste buds and how we are Miss grade. writing
dislikes
C.\ejtar of Events 5th different about our likes and includes reading, ,
: Mrs. lilacliNhear's grade news. learning a musical entitled, "Grow- collecting leaves for our read teraction
Feb. Feb. 26: Physical Fitness Tests meeting wi'h our legislatorsfrom Gallina. The students are enjoying classified according to shape, leaf a Dr. Sales book of ABC's and book are of A collection of trash including a
begin Gr. 3-5. this district This meeting was learning songs that have an upbeat edges and patterns. When spring arrives currently making a class big plastic straw aluminum foil gum
Mar. 2: Southside T-Shirt Day. held on Fob 12 at the Bradford way of telling about different jobs there will be many [eaves to ABC's. We enjoyed watching a potter wrappers, coffee grounds, balloons,
Wear your anniversary T-shirts and County Courthouse. Before the people do. Each of the twelve songs compare.Thanks. make a variety of clay pots using rubber band, and apple core among
buttons. meeting, students Matt Odom, has a special message which the to all of our parents for a potter's wheel. other were assembled in a
Mar. 5: Kindergarten trip to Rachael Coleman, Cory Thompson, students will sing and act cut in sending treats for our Valentine par- Mrs Lopes Grade 4 Class: In our thins. This box of goodies is
Jacksonville Museum. and kenya Flowers asked legislator costumes representing various ty. It turned out very well. continuation of language Arts skills misted daily. In intervals of four and
Mar.8: Fourth grade trip. Sherry Walker several questions careers. Performance dates are Mrs. McKinney: Grade I News. used Inquiring demonstrations we eight weeks we will check for
Mar. 9: Crazy Shades and Jeans concerning education Erica Chas- Tuesday, Apr. 3 at 7 p.m. and Apr. 4 We have been studying about two have: material breakdown.
Day tain and Kari Andrews filmed the at 8:30: and 9:30: a.m. All perfor famous Americans with February Timisha Turner,. mobile: ; Chris
Physical Education News: Coach t. "'
Tetstone and Coach Clyatt. We are
now practicing for the Presidential
Physical Fitness tests which will USDA Choice Beef
begin Feb. 26. We ask all parents in
Grades 3-5 to give their child as
much encouragement and supportas
greatly possible.appreciated.Your cooperation is Untrimmed ((12-14

Mrs.Rapp: 4th grade news In our "
poetry unit we studied rhyme, Lbs. Avg.) Sliced
rhythm, and stanzas as a result of ,
our learning we created a Southside
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rap. This rap was performed duringthe
nouncements.school news Performers on morning were an- FREE .

Paul Phillips, Lanecia Williams,
April Tisdale, Matthew Pusateri.
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Mar. 6, School Advisory Council i..:" ITU fIR: ; FTn u:; :. M tAT.

Meeting, 7pm. Cafeteria.; Friday, EHHalKDI 1 s a
Mar. 9, Career Awareness Day,
8:30-11:30: : am.Classroom TIPS
News: Mrs. Strong's5th Fifes ta tad i iF 0aad Mrmdry,
grade: Student of the Week, *. 2* (km Ilday, Ilarci 4, 0.
Science, Kenneth Carmichael;
Reading Carrie Crawford; Spelling,
Jason White; English, Sarika Patel: USDA
Math, Okeima Jackson; Social
Studies, Jessie Converse. Thanks to choice I m m o,
the parents for helping with the eeef;
movie and also for sending Valentine
treats for the class. Officer
Perry, from the Starke Police LI
Department, is presenting the CHUCSW 1 0
DARE Program to all fifth graders.The ,
program Includes activities to
help students learn to make wise
choices about the uses of alcohol and
drugs. Last weeks students of the I 1
week were Bruce Mattox, Reading; ,
Misty Padgett, Spelling, Rasheeta
Chandler, English, Angela Hilliard,
Science,Ned Lowe Math, and Rhonda
Williams, Social Studies. Tender
Mrs. Pattersons Pre-1st Grade:
We are continuing our unit on the
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Presidents. Our focus for the week YELLOW
was Abraham Lincoln. We read
books, made charts: and drew pic
tures.Other activities included making
a silhouette, a stove pipe hat and Lb SQUASH
building a log cabin.
I Our Valentine party was a big suc 2 Lltsr. Diet PepsiMILLER Mil
cess. Each child put icing on a cup- w ,
I cake and made a heartshaedI : PEPSI COLA,
peanut butter and jelly sandwich. A GEN DRAFT
special thanks to Joy Petersen for
I helping with our party. We'd also LITE12oz.12pkcn IA Lb
like to thank all of the parents who ,
sent in goodies. Our special guests y
were Josh Adkins, Antonio Bass, '
} Michael Gann, and Jessica Greene TTSl ItHII Hi' I rfffi t
from the PMH Class at the Middle
Farms .
Holly 2 Liter Diet Mt. Dewy
School.
I I We went to the theatre to see"The Mt. Dew.. .. .. ..... ... 1.09 '
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I Thank you to Lynn Miller, Beth At- MI Oz. Cans Related liaise ft

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Diane Graudons, and Learantine
Jefferson for walking with us. FRtER "First Of The Season"PARTS
Mrs. Gruen's K-5 Grades: gifted
students would like to thank Mr. Rob
I Buchele from the 4-H Club for all his 6.5 Oz. Wise 1.5 Gallo! Rhine PEACHESPLUMS /
help and interest during out em- ,
bryology study. Also Mr. Jim NACHO 'BRAVOS Chablis Blanc Pink
Faulkner for the donation of the fertilized ANDNECTARINES

eggs which developed into & TRIANGLES,
wonderfullittle chicks. ) Chablis Red Rose
Mrs. G's 5th grade class wrote a ,
school alma mater which was ;. Vin Rose Premium
presented to SES by the chorus at 9gc ,
the Patriotic Program Feb. 20. Y
Starke Elementary School Song Blush
Tune to Love and Marriage
Road Runners, Road Runners at Lb IS Oz. Ml Varieties

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our hearts we know It's love we
will always hold you above.
We are all so proud of Starbe of Lb.
Starke Elementary .
i So say It loud and give a cheer for ,
I, Starke for Starke Elementary!
Thank you to Mrs. P. Thomas for
all her musical help.
The Starke Elementary School 4th

.1 and presented 5th grades a patriotic, with program the chorus Feb., I'LOfly--- --fOOO-tlOM.: "lac.-----irao: 18 Oz. Smooth/Crunchy I 12 Oz. Morning StarSCRAMBLERS 12 Oz. Sealtest
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20 at the BHS auditorium. The program SAVE COTTAGE CHEESE
i I told the story of our country i $1.00 PETER PAN
I through narration and song. Each -m.n..m.a.. au.n .... i
student narrator told part of our
history, beginning with the I LIPTON. COUNT owo,' !MOO 1 _
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I William Billings, our first native
American composer.Also sung were
1 such popular songs as O Shenan-
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such as This Is My Country God BEANS OLD SOUTH SOUR CREAM'
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America The Beautiful.The .
program ended with the au-
dience joining in saying the Pledgeof

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Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter of
the NSDAR will meet at 2 p.m.Mon-
day, March 5, at the home of Mrs. 16 Oz. Fruit Cocktail/ -
Joseph Warren in Starke. 36;Oz. Detergent 25 Lb. Dry 11.00 Off
Program speaker will be Mrs. Peach Slices In Syrup

Gilbert Brown. COLD POWER ALPO D'UG' FOOD
Mrs.James Henderson, Regent of __ LIBBY'S FRUIT
the Col.! Samuel Elbert Chapter of
the NSDAR, Mr. and Mrs. David '
Taber, past Regent Mrs. Herbert $
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Raymond attended Starnes and Mrs.a George(.filbertBrown iRUIT 'POWER ,

Washington birthday luncheon at
Jacksonville Beach Feb. 22.
The luncheon was hosted by the
Regents Council of Northeast Q
Florida, Daughters of the American
Revolution, and the Jacksonville Ibwe &;ae0MOMar; + s + + 1 ,
Chapter Sons: of the American
Revolution; which was held at the
Selva Marina Country Club.
Dr. George F. McCall, noted
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an Iron pipe and the Point of Beginning. an Iron pipe; thence run N 89*45'SS' W an Iron pipe; thence run N 89"45'55 W. Plan to provide that lands currently
1 Reserving an easement for utilities 22.83 feet to an Iron pip; thence run S 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S classified Comm.rclaland designated by
I ( Legal Notices across the Easterly 7.5 feet thereef. 0014'05" W. 200.00 feet to an Iron pipe. 00*14'03" W. 500.00 feat to an Iron pipe the Plan at light Brown be reclassified

Indian lake Wood, Lot t: A parcel el and the Point of Beginning; them continue and the Point of Beginning; thence c>..- to Mobile Home and designated at dark
jj land tltuoted In the Southeast' One S 00"14'05"W. 100.00 feet to an Iron tlnue S 00"14'05" W, 111.44 feet to ,,,. Brown, the property of E.M. Lewis,
Quarter of th. Southwest One Quarter pipe; thence run N 8945'55" W. 435.60 South line of sold Section 24; thence run described at follows:
of Section 24, Township 8 South, Rang feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof N 8815'40" W. along sold South line E 200 ft. of that port of S 1/2 of S 1/4 N
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH 22 East Bradford County Florida; laid way line of a County Road; thence run 435.73 feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly of RY.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR parcel being mar particularly described N 00I4'05" I, along laid Easterly right of right of way line cf a County Road; You are further given NOTICE that a
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ot follow,: Begin at a concrete monument way line 100.00 feet to on Iron pipe; thence run N 00"U'C3" E, along said copy of laid proposed ORDINANCE It
CAVE NO: 90-78-CA CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-309-CA: at the matt Westerly comer of lot thence run S 8945'55" E. 435.60 feet toMe Easterly right of way line, 100.00 feet to avallabl. for your Inspection at the Office .
'IN THE MATTER OF THE FNB PROPERTIES, INC., a Florida 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES UNIT ONE Point of Beginning. Reserving an an Iron pipe; thence run S B9*45'SS' E, of She Town Clerk Town Hall.
ADOPTION OF: corporation REPLAT; at recorded In Plat Book 3, Page easement for Utilities over under and 435.60 feet to the Point of Beginning.at Brooker Florida.
JOHN ROBERT GILMORETO Plaintiff 51 of the public records of Bradford across the Easterly 7.50 feet thereof. public tale, to the highest bidder for Each and every person having any interest -

-- --- vt County. Florida and run N 29M6'2O" W, Indian Lake Woods, Lot 20: A parcel of cash In the lobby of the Bradford County whatever In the enactment of this
: RONALD LEE GILMORE JACK M. COURTNAY, Individually; The 64.94 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run N land situated In the Southeast One Courthouse, In Starke. Florida, at 11:00: proposed ORDINANCE should appear
20-A Atlantic Oaks CircleSt. Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, 88" 1514" W 122.52 feet to an Iron pipe .Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof a.m.. on the 19th day of March 1990. and b* heard at the time and place
Augustine Florida Assignees Llenort. Creditor, Trustees thence run S 29"16'20' E, 116.69 feet to Section 24, Township 8 South Range WITNESS my hand and official teal this preicribed.
NOTICE OF ACTION or Other Claimants claiming by, through, an Iron pipe; thence continue S 29*16'20' 22 East Bradford County Florida; sold 31tt day of January, 1990. TOWN COUNCIL,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for under or against JACK M. COURTNAY. E, 160.99 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run parcel being more particularly described RAY NORMAN TOWN OF BROOKER. FLORIDA
the adoption of a minor child has been who It not known to be dead or alive; N 60-43-40" E, 105.00 feet to an Iron pip at follows: Commence at a concrete Clerk of the Circuit Court Itchg 3/01 /
filed and you ore r.qulr.d to serve a JACK COURTNAY AND ASSOCIATES. on the West line of laid Lot 20; thencerun monument at the most Westerly corner By: Carol Wllliamt.( Deputy Clerk

copy of your written defenses, if any to INC.. a Florida corporation; BERNARDOA. N 29"16'20' W, along said West line of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Fred H. Kent, III IN THE CIRCU COURT OF THE
It. on EUGENE F. SHAW Petitioner's Attorney BARBERAN and OVIDA T. BARBERAN 150.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. UNIT ONE REPIAT; at recorded In Plat Florida Bar No. 327042 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
who. address It 925.E North husband and wife: and CLAY ELECTRIC Reserving an easement for utilities look 3, Page 51 of the public records of Kent Ridge & Crawford IN AND FOR
Temple Avenue, Starke. Florida 3J091. COOPERATIVE. INC., a Florida corpora. across the Westerly 7.5 feet thereof. Bradford County Florida and run S 225 Water Street, Suite 900 BRADFORD
on or before March 22, 1990 and file the lion, Defendants Indian lake Woods, lot 10: A parcel of 29*16'20" E, along the Westerly line of Jacksonville, FL 32202 RE COUNTY FLORIDAIN
original with the clerk of this court NOTICE OF SALE land situated In the Southeast One laid Keyttone Club Estates Unit One ((904)) 353.5501 FORFEITURE:
OF FIVE HUNDRED AND
either before service on Petitioner's attorney Quarter of the Replat. 325.00 feet Iron for Plaintiff
Notice It hereby given that pursuantto Southwest One Quarterof to an pipe; Attorneys EIGHT DOLLARS IN U.S. CURRENCY
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise an order or a final judgement of Section 24 Township B South Range thence run 6043'4O" W, 530.55 feet to 2/22: 2tchg 3/01; Cont. No. 362 NOTICE OF FORFEITURETO
a default will b. entered againstyou foreclo.ur. entered In the above- 22 East Bradford County, Florida; laid on Iron pipe; thence run N 89*45'55' W.
for the relief demanded In the peti captioned action. I will sell the property porcle being more particularly described 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO TEREST ALL IN PERSONS THE FOLLOWING WHO CLAIM PROPERTY AN IN-

tlon.WITNESS situated In Bradford County Florida at follows,: Commence at a concrete OO14'05" W, 300.00 feet to an Iron pipe REGISTER David :
my hand and the seal of this monument at the Harris and Catherine Simmons.
!described! at; most Westerly comer and the Point of Beginning; thence continue FICTITIOUS NAME '
915
court on the 13th day of February 1990. Indian Lake Woods, Lot 7: A parcel of of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES S 00I4'05"W. 100.00 feet to an Iron Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida James Florida T.Street Moore Stark.at Commissioner, Florida. of

Ray Norman, land situated In the Southeast One UNIT ONE REPLAY; at recorded In Plat pipe: thence run N 89'45'55" W, 435.60 Statutes, notice It hereby given that the the Florida Department of law Enforcement
Carol Clerk of the Court Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof Book :3, Page 51 of the public records of feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof undersigned, Gieg Jon Brumbaugh, P.O. seized the described
By: Williams Deputy Clerk property on
2/1 4tchg 3/08 Con. 377 Section 24, Township 8 South. Range Bradford County Florida and run S way line of a County Road; thence run Box 738 Melrose FL 32666, sole owner May 19. 1989 at 915 Florida Street
: no. 22 East, Bradford County. Florida; toldparcel 2916'20" E, along the Westerly line of N 00"14'05" E, along told Easterly right of doing business under the firm name of Starke, In Bradford County. The anticipated
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH-- --- being more particularly describedas sold Keystone Club Estates Unit One way line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; THE HOMESTEAD ACLF, SR 100 intendsto date for filing a Rule to Show
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR follows: Commence at a concrete Replat 210.00 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S 89*45'33" E, 435.60 feet to register said fictitious name under the Cause pursuant to the Florida Contra
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA monument ot the most Westerly cornerof thence continue S 2916'20" E. along told the Point of Beginning. Reserving an aforesaid statute. band Forfeiture Act it March 16 1990. at
CASE NO: B9-M9-CA lot 20 of. KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Westerly line, 115.00 feet to an Iron easement for Utilltlet over under and Dated this lit day of March, A.D.. 10:00: a.m. before the Circuit of this dlvi-
IN RE: The Marriage of: UNIT ONE REPLAT; at recorded In Plat pipe; thence run S KT4S4V' W. 110.00 across the Easterly 7.50 feet thereof. 1990 In Bradford County. .Ion In Chambers at the Bradford County
RANDY EUGENE CRAWFORD Book 3 Page 51 of the public records of feet feet; thence run N 29"16'20" W, 115.00 Indian Lake Wood. Lot 21: A parcel of 3/01 4tpd 3/22; Cant 381 Courthouse, 925 North Temple Avenue,
Hu.band.and Florida and N ; thence run N 60'43'4(1' E, 110.00 land situated In the Southeast One
Bradford run
County ------ Starke, Florida 32091. If no claimant appears -
feet Iron feet to the Point of Beginning. Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
29 16'20"W 64,54 to an pipe; and no claim It filed a request will
JUDITH LOUISE McKELVtY CRAWFORD. thence run N 88'1 15'14" W. 122.52".t to land Indian Lake Woods, Lot 17: A parcel of Section 24, Township 8 South. Range AMENDMENT OF be made for Immediate hearing and final
Wife. on Iron pipe: thence run 5 2916'20" E, situated In the Southeast One 22 East Bradford County, Florida; sold LAND USE PLAN order of forfeiture
NOTICE OF ACTION 116,69 feet to an iron pipe: thence run N Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof parcel being more particularly described TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDAAn Pauline M. Ingraham-Drayton
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPER I 890500" W. 113 31 'feet.to an Iron pipe Section 24, Township 8 South Range ot follows: Commence at a concrete ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Regional legal Advisor
CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILDRENTO and the Point of Beginning; thence con 22 East, Bradford County, Florida; said monument at the most Westerly corner Land Use Plan Element and Florida Bar No. 0562106
: JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY tinue N 8905 00' W 110.0 feet to an Iron parcel being more particularly describedat of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Map by Breaker, Florida. In accordancewith Florida Department of Law
00"14'05" W 224.66 follows,: Commence ct a concrete UNIT ONE REPLAT recorded In Plat the Local Government Comprehensive
CRAWFORD 713 Thomas Street, Starke pipe: thence run 5 ; at Enforcement711B
thence S monument at the most Westerly cornerof Book 3, 51 of the records of Planning Act of 1975 as provided for
Florida 32091 feet to an 'iron pipe; run Page public Street
Liberty
lot 20 of In 163 of the ,
Keystone Club Estates Unit Chapter Florida Statutes.TO
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for 89'45'"" I, 76.60 feet: thence run Bradford County Florida and run S Jacksonville, Florida 32202
One Replat; at recorded In Plat Book 3, : ALL CITIZENS TAXPAYERS AND
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE, CUSTODYOF Easterly with a curve concave Northerly, 29 16'20' E, along the Westerly line of Telephone: ((904))359.6480
51 of the records Bradford OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS
Page public of :
MINOR CHILDREN, AND OTHER said curv. having a central angle of aid Keystone Club Estates Unit One 3/01 2tchg 3/08; Cont. 380
County, Florida and S 29I6'20" E You and each of are hereby and
RELIEF has been filed against you and 10'51'39", a radius of 308.64 feet, an arc run Replat, 325.00 feet to an Iron pipe; you
you are required to serve a copy of your length of 50.51 feet and.a chord bearingand along the Westerly line of told Keystone thence run S 6043'40" W, 530.55 feet to herewith given notice in accordance with
Club Estates Florida Statutes that the Town Council of
Unit One 325.ooft
written defenses, If any to It on EUGENEF. distance of N S448'16" E, 58.41 feetto Replat an Iron pipe; thence run N 89*45'55" W.
SHAW. Hii.hnnH'* nttornav whose an Iron pipe thence run N 0615'01" to an Iron pipe; th.nc.run SfI1'44(1'W. 22.83 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S Brooker, Florida will conduct a public
530.55 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run NB9"45'55" hearing at a regular meeting held at 7:30:
W feet the Point of 00" 14'05" W. 400.00 feet to Iron
address Is 925-E North T.mpl'Av.nu.., 219 23 to Beginning. an pipe
W 22.83 feet at Town Hall Brooker. Florida,
to an Iron pipe p.m. on
Indian Lak. Woods Lot 8. A parcel of and the Point of Beginning; thence continue
Stark.
Florida 32091. before
on or March 13 1990 and
and the Point of Beginning; thence continue will consider an Ordinance i
land situated In the Southeast One S QO'14'05"W 100.00 feet to an iron
March 19, 1990 and file, the original, with N 89'45'55" W, 435.60 feet to an relating to
the clerk of this Court either before Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof pipe: thence run N 8945'55" W. 435.60
service Iron pipe on the Easterly right of fine
on Husband's attorney or Immediately Section 24, Township 8 South Range of a County Road; thence run S 001405"way feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly right
thereafter 22 East Bradford County Florida; said of way line of a County Rood; thence run
otherwise
W NEW RENTERS
; a along said Easterly right of way line
default will be entered against you for parcel being move particularly{ describedas ; 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S N 0014'OT E. along said Easterly right of ONLY
the relief demanded In the follows Commence' ata concrete way line 100.00 feet to an Iron pipe; t
petition. 8945'5r E, 435.60 feet fa an Iron pipe;
DATED this 8th of monument at the most Westerly cornerof thence run S 89*43'58' E, 435.60 feet to
day February 1990. thence 0014'05"
run N E, 100.00 feet to
RAY NORMAN Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES the Point of Beginning. Reserving an the Point of Beginning. Reserving an $5.00 Off Current Rent
Clerk of the Court UNIT ONE REPLAT as recorded In Plat easement for Utilities over, under and easement for Utilltlet over under and
Book 3 SI of the public records of across the Easterly 7.50 feet thereof.
By: Tosher Allen. Deputy Clerk Page the
across Easterly 7.50 feet thereof.
2/134tchg 3/08: Cont. No. 375CHURCH Bradford County) Florida and run N Indian Lake Woods, Lot 19: A parcel of Indian lake Woods, lot 22: A parcel of Room with Bath & AC 50.00 weekly

-. -- 29I620" W 64 54 feet to an Iron pipe; land situated In, the Southeast One land situated In the Southeast One 53.00 with tax
thence run N 88"15'14" W. 122.52 feet to Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof Quarter of the Southwest One Quarterof
on Iron pipe, thence run S 2916'2O" E, Section 24. Township 8 South RangerutV
Section 24
Township B South, Range
S'A1 r, ':+'*rs 116 69 feet tCLAn' Iron pipe and the.Paint_' *4? East, Bradfor "Coun"I". .' : l"; Bradford County Florida; said Room with AC $40f 0 weekly
of Beglnnlna pence continue S 29"16'20" parcel being morel partlevt'faflowe < ,, parcel I being more particularly described without: Bath $42.4O with tax
"'" ? ', E, 160.99 iefipto an iron piPJ.i.h".s.'in, : "" : ComrVr enc. o ..... |i ',pt'Jrbllawt' : Commence-"of a- concreteUmonvment ,
.. '.ttilli ftI 1 S 60u43'4iWV.85.00 feet to the comer
422 N. St. Clair monument at most Westitrty
John Spratlin Pastor run Southwesterly with .a curve of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES of Lot 20 of KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Room without Bath $37.50 weekly

concave Northerly saidYurve having' a UNIT ONE REPLAT; at recorded In Plat UNIT ONE REPLAT: at recorded In Plat without AC $39.75 with tax
Wo Invite you to worship with us central angle of 1838'46' a radius of Book 3, Page 51 of the public records of Book 3, Page 51 of the public records of
Attended Nursery 308 64 feet an arc length of 100.44 feet, Bradford County Florida and run S Bradford County. Florida and run S
I Sunday School 10 am and a chord bearing and distance of S 29*16'20' E, along the Westerly line of 29*16'20' E, along the Westerly line of MAGNOLIA HOTEL
Morning Worship 11 am 7003'04' W 100 00 feet thence run N said Keystone Club Estates Unit One laid Keystone Club Estates Unit One 137 N. Walnut St

Evening Service 6pmWadiMaday 06I5'01 W 219 23 feet to an Iron Dice;. Replat 325.00 feet to an Iron aloe: Replat, 325.00 feet to an Iron pipe; Across from Starke Post OfficeBADCOCK
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$3.00 billing charge. blade and dltklng. Free estimates. more Information call 4311268. 2tchrg. Homes, Lake City Fl. $100. See at 909 N. Thompson St 13LOW
Moiling address: P.O. Box 1171 $25.00 per hour. 473-4849 3/1 3/8. BANK REPOS 1985's and up. 12WEDDING DAILY OR WEEKLY RATES: Kitchenettes

Keystone Hit.. FL 32656AUTOMOBILES .Ichg 1/25-2/15 FILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock light Doublewldes. $1,000 down. DRESS,size 54.beaded lop rooms available. 782-3332.
HOUSECLEANING-Weekly. bi-weekly, poles wells or package deals. Culverts Slnglewldes $500 down. Everyone" can circular train and veil, $50. Maroon Desert Isle Motel. Lawtey. 13
monthly. 3 years experience. a dozier work. Coll 275-2268 7 a.m.-7 buy. Bad credit or no credit. Call prom or bridesmaid dress,sz.7,$40. 2 BR MOBILE HOME: One child maxi-
References available. 475-3831. Ask for p.m. 275-2197, after 7 p.m. 14tpd. 3/1. 755-5114. Circle B Homes Lake City Fl. 964-3475. 12 mum. Call 964-8218. 13
"77 CHEVROLET-CAPRICE. 4-Door, extra Debbie. 4tpdl-2/3-1 1990 DOUBLEWIDE 24'x44' Three ONE KING SIZE WATER BEDonequeen; 3 BR, 2 BA 1 ACRE WOODED LOT:On
clean good condition full power one IINGOI.5undavaft.rnoon 12 noon to 5 HELP WANTED bedroom 2 bath, wood siding shingle size water bed; one radial arm saw. stream with easy option to purchase.
owner. Call 4737222. ltchg-3-1 p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m. American roof, plus free delivery" and set-up. Call 964-8396 after 8 pm.12 964-7158,285-4300,for other oppor
21 N. 8tpd-2-8/3-29 Call 7555114. Circle B Homes, tunities. 13
171 DODGE ASPEN-Stationwagon. $700. Legion Highway $14,995. GARDEN PLANTS: Broccoli cauliflower,
YARD WORK-Blowlng. raking light haul- Fl. 4ds 3/1 4tchg. 3/22 3/2 BATH MOBILE HOME Central heatS
Runt fine. Sacrifice. Call evening liON TV many needed for commercials.Now lake City collards and :
,tomatcos, others,by the
4732879. Itpd3-l Ing, odd jobs. 473-4053. 4tchg2-22/3-13 hiring all ages. For casting Info. DOUBLEWIDE WITH 3 APPROX. dozen bundles or 10O's bundles.431 air. wall to wall carpet front porch
CALL-We'll do It all. Houtecleanlng.
ONE Call 615-779-7111 Ext. T1232. screened In, yard fenced. $325/Mo.
ACRES 34000. 462-4543 or 496-
CollRobert : 1200. Pat Dickens, Raiford.
work small repairs.
yard
FOR SALE painting 21pd.2/22. 3/1. 3505.4 12LADIES plus deposit 6 Mos. lease. 3/1 BATHIN
or Shirley. 4730713. TAKE CARE OF THREE CHILDREN at their LAWTEY: Very well shaded large
WEDDING RINGS: 1/2 carat wt
2tpd2-22/3-1 Lake Butler home. Call 4962017. NOTICE yard. $325/Mo. plus deposit 6 Mos.
12X10 FT. SHED-Wood. Windows w/ SEWING MACHINE-Not working' Do.'tpanic. diamond 18k gold. Full set. Brand
2/22 3/1. lease. Call CASTLE
2tchrg. PROPERTIES
good condition. $400. Work new. $950. 533-2255. 12
Very 4737862.
tcreent. Call Swindell ATTENTION-HIRINGI Government jobs CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted USA Inc. William D. Tiffin. Uc. Real
473.1125 after 6 p.m. 2tchg2223lCE guaranteed. Used machines, $50 and METAL TOOL BOX 40" hx30"wx18- on
AIR CONDITIONER21.000 BTU 220 V. your area. $17,840-$69,483. Call to the Union County Times officeIn narrow side. 9 drawers with tools Estate Broker 964-5065. 13

Good Condition $100 telephone ROOMMATE up. 4tchg3-1-22 WANTED-For girl w/baby. 3/8 16028388885.322.AnENTIONI. Ext. R9127. 3tpd. 3/1, credit writing Is already aid established In advance with unless this $225; Numerous flea market boxes) 3/2 HOUSE: Central heat and air. Wall

473-2957. Itpd3-l 2BR trailer. $123 mo. and V4 electric. EARN MONEY TYPING AT off ice. full.$3.00 ea.or will sell all at reasonable Wall carpeting, large yard. $400/Mo.
IS CU.FT. Ch.st freezer 3 yrs. old Please call plus Avail. March 1. Call
type Call 4730118. Uchg3-1-8 HOME I 33,000/yr Income potential. THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD price. 964-6362ear1y deposit.
$150. George Manning. 473-4764. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR Details, 16028388885. Ext. R9I37. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN morning late evenings. 12 CASTLE PROPERTIES. USA Inc.
ltpd-3/l DRAQGINHOUSE OUT OF BE ON TV many needed for commercials.Now CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER HOME ON FIVE ACRES:LIVE OAK farm William D. Tiffin. Do. Real Estate
SMOKERISE SUBDIVISION:Lot for sale. LEVEL??LaRue Leveling Service for hiring all ages. For casting Info. THE TELEPHONE. area). 3000000. Trade In your recreation Broker 964-5065. 13
125x290.Owner financing. Call 473- all foundation repairs. 473-7721. Classified deadline vehicle. 9383576.12 HOUSE FOR RENT OR LEASE WITH
your Call 615-779-7111 Ext. T-1232. Itpd 3/1. Is MONDAY,5 P.M.,
2988. 12 TFN 17 POSTAL JOBS Start $10.79/hr. For exam prior to Thursday publication. COUCH AND CHAIR newly reupholstered OPTION TO BUY: 3 BR/2 BA on 2
MOTOR HOME: 28 ft. Allegro. Loaded. 8 application Information call 7 days 8 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 ,$225.Call after 5:30: p.m.782- acres In Lake Hampton Oaks. CH/A
Low mileage. A-1 Condition. 454 BOATS FOR SALE 3960.12 W/W carpet kit. furnished. $475/Mo.,
i a.m. to 10 p.m. 12163244891. Ext. then 15 cents for each word thereafter.OE'S .
Chev. chassis. 27500. Call 473- 101. 1 Itpd. 3/1. THRIFT SHOP CR 18. Hours: 7 days HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, $3507 Deposit Call 468-1857.
2988. 12 24 FT.HARRIS-Floot Boot w/motor-$3500. a week 2.8 p.m. storage OIDOWN garages 13EFFICIENCY
3-s>ctlon "Shoremaster" moveable USDA-ASCS now accepting bids thru houses.\ PAYMENT. Hwy ROOMS on US 301 Southof
HOMES FOR SALE dock w/bench-$2200 "Shoremoster" YARD SALE March 9 for aerial observation flights In 301 South, 964-8848 TFN Starka.Clean, quiet heat&Air.No

Boat holst-1300.Call 4737127. northeast Florida. For further Information 1212X21 pets. Utilities paid. 964-5687. tfn
ASSUME LARGE VA MTG-on this cute asa YARD SALE-HIGHWAY 121 across from 13
CARPORT DOWN
2tpd3-l-8 call 496-3661 or write to 25 N.E. 1st $990.NO
button 2BR home In the heart a' Middle School 9 a.m. Sat. March 3. St.. Lake Butler FL 32054. Itpd. PAYMENT.Handl! House portable FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM MOBILE
Keystone Helghtt. Lake Geneva access Itpd. 3/1. buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- HOME:Across from Wat Mart Clean,
one block. Call Sue Still 473-0723, YARD SALESNEED 4 FAMILY YARD SALE many Items of CARS AND TRUCKS 8848 TFN 12 no pets. Call 964-6810. 13
Redfeorn Richardson Realty 4731136. every" kind womens dresses size 820. ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL Arthur MOBILE HOME ON GRIFFIS LOOP: 2.
4tchg2/22-3/lS TO HAVE-a yard sale but don't Furniture, 2 full beds. Sat. March 3rd 77 FORD F-100 Completely redone. New Gaskin I. 7823140. tfn 12 BR. Excellent condition on large pri-

HANDYMAN SPECIAl-6331 CR 352.Lakevlew. want the hassle Call us at the PACK First Baptist Church Parking Lot 9-3. everything" from front to back and .MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sales,wicker. ... V 374.-.....! ,. ,. ".I
2BR frame, CH/A fence RAT. Get rid of It all at one for a fall Itchrg. 3/1. under the hoodCall and make an of. used" furniture r appliances TV' c
carpet. $25,000, 10 percent down 10 price. 473-2183 .for appointment3tchg28.152231 -- fart! 964-8791, oak for Joton!TFN ..4' u microwavesi.VGR'*/.You name II, I")> :HELP WANTED' ys;
percent financing. 17510253.1tchg3lLAKE ,' carry ill.Alwas looking for such Items. .

SRI00 GENEVA-lot from w/troiler P'J Qulk and more.Stop. REAL Garage Sal.-Tires, rims, hubcaps, e e e e Stop In If you wish to sell something. RN & LPN's: For staffing and private duty
across mite. BIG TRUCK parts and more. 304 E. Call St., 964-3250. Evenings and long-term home care. Applications -
$49,495. Some owner financing. Keystone Auto Sales, Hwy 21 S call 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. on Tuesdays. Call Virgie, 964-
375.2672 day 331.8565 eve. ltpd-3-1 Insurance Collisfon Work FREE EstimatesCR229
Highway 100. Hpd3lCheck I TFN 12WESTERN 8772 Upjohn Healthcare Services.
| SHIRTS25Off. Pinehurst 15RN'I.

ANIMALS 28th St. Starke Variety across from Southslda Elementary. LPN'.. and CNA's: Job openings
N.W: 964-6133
., S/W. theCassifieds Hwy 100. 964-5537. for private duty, staffing and home
GREAT DANE.Puppl.tarl.qUln. 12QUILTING care. Call 964-8772 for Interview.
7 weeks old end pets prices LESSONS to start soon. Sign Upjohn Healthcare Services.JOB .
negotiable. 4731058.Itpd31.. Signupnow.PinehurstVariety.acrossfrom 15 .
FREE CAT-To good home. Declawed FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER"MINIMUM ; Elementary Hwy 100.964- OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA.
female, with covered litter box.
5537. 12SECTIONAL
Openings available In several areas
4734470. OF 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE SLEEPER SOFA: Beige, will train. For Info call 708-742-6620,
FREE GREYHOUND-Puppy female.Phone COMPUTER EXPERIENCE HELPFUL excellent condition $250. Craftsman ext 362. 15

473-7857 or 473-7771. Itchg3-l KNOWLEDGE OF SOUTHEASTERN STATES SALES TAX Riding Mower, $250.473-1138. TFN ATTENTIONHIRINOI!Government Jobs

LAWS A PLUSExcellent 12MUST -your area.1784069485. Call 1-
r SELl Alrtemp 3 ton central heat 602-633-8885, Ext. R 3493.
..: Company Paid Benefits, 401K. Pay and air with heat pump. $350 Also 15DRIVERS _

A heat 'Utrane Commensurate With Experience.An Beta tape deck (needs minor repairs) .$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or
pump w/35 movies. $65. Ca;; 9647002. OTR. Train local. 355-5500.CON-
r JOrJm Equal Apply TO.OWEN JOIST OF FLORIDA INC. 12DUNCAN STRUCTION:$6-$15hr1y/aub.lnsld /
Opportunity LINCOLN CITY ROAD (C-100A) PHYFE SOFA.$350;old trade Outside.Comm/Res.All Phases. Will

will feel z Employer Starke, Florida 32091 Singer sewing machine.$65;mahogany train. 3555500.
anyone 9'on ,/ dining table. 7823449. ATTENTION: EARN MONEY TYPING
12 AT HOME:32000yr. Income poten
IJ OO. SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call tial.Details.(1))602-833-0885, Ext T-
comfortablewith 964-9317. 12 17283. 15
Pl11lJp
( n DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY PLANTS: Tomato and marigolds. Call NIGHT a WEEKEND COORDINATOR..
7823997. 12 Employee dispatching clients calls.

I. -. WASHER& DRYER:Almond color$200 Triage nursing or medical background
;:' .. '- for both. Can 964-5672. 12 helpful. Mature familiar
judgement,
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'.. ;;: '.QO.UfDS UPRIGHT FREEZER: Like new 3 yrs. with area, work from home. In-offlce
.... old.$200.1320 Blending Street 964- training. Call
r( ....... Beverly 964-8772 for
Buy tile Trsns XL 1100+nt pomp. )V .t rl : 7581.12 Interview. Upjohn Healthcare Serve
It's beund to provide lonfbitlnf! '83 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR:75 ices. 15BEAUTICIA.NS
feeliu of contort. BecsusethcXL; 4.r J' .Sys ems hp, with trim and tilt. $2495. 533WASHERSt NEEDED for 4-station
sesta ': 1200 Wcathotnn heat Is backed admin lI1IIIufactu 2525. 12 salon.
pump by in : n 10 year Opening soon. Interested participants -
y I,,;,w hmlted nmnty on both the camprand coil plua years on parta. And Two May tag., $125 each. Call call 964-4077 for Interview.
1 the unlra super high r/1IdcnCJ: helps:educe your cnervy wage all year Iont 964-! 2. Itchg 301'iLL PART TIME OPPORTUNITY: You can
f 1 CaD today r.r: man details on the J0.1200 heat luvaU.61e. .
pump. Financing Pump Sales & Service On All Makes I earn excellent part time Income. Wedon't '

; -J, make any guarantees as your.
income Is based strictly on your production -
e7JfN16 COWARTAir Well Drilling FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities but we offer potential for

paid. From $37.50 up weekly. excellent earnings Just by working -
i Contractors Residential & Irrigation MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut SL part tine. This Is a potentially unlimited -
Conditioning Lie #1305 Starke, In front of Post Office. opportunity that allows you to

Serving Bradford CAC03763S County and I 9V4-8025, 96 I -*/7f\f vFO JL 864 N. Temple Ave., Starke 3BR/2 Call BA 7823417.MOBILE TFN HOME: $225 13 Month. workyaurwayintoafutllimemangement position with high Income poten-- -

surrounding counUee tor over 15y are. -x Eves & Weekends: 964-7578 OLIN-S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home tial possible or stay part time as long

lots for rent water and sewer furnished as you wish. Don't miss the opportu-
hi cable tv available. 782-3333 nity. Call today to request personal
TFN 13 Interview 473-0230. 15

EXECUTIVE NURSING DIRECTOR ABSTRACTOR. NEEDED for new title com- .
pany In Lake City. $ 6.000. Beautiful of-
.. Fee paid. Call Suwannee Valley
Employment Service 753-9337 today.
F/C Position available for licensed RN with at Itcho 3/01

TRAIL RESTAURANT In lowtey Is now tok-
least four of
years professional nursing Ing applications for a Morning Cook. ,

experience, one of which must have been in a the Experienced hours 2-'preferred.p.m. Itchg 301AFFORDABLE between

supervisory or administrative capacity. This is 1.3 I 7ANES. USHER .

work planning and directing all nursing activities REALTOR r .

at a large correctional institution. Assists in "vrl"NL.S Your take Union ButleLake County Realtor City T.H.E.APARTMENTS.

formulating policies and procedures for nearly 50 \\ siavicr nsrixa 496-2126 or 759-3500

health care professionals. Salary range: is $29,491 .
RAND NEW HOMI IN lAKI BUTLER Less than 2 yrs. old. Owner 922 E. Brownlee St.
to $51,158 annually with excellent benefits motivated to sell. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Central heat and air Price Camp Blandlng Rd.

negotiable. Call today for appt.to .... .
package Well qualified applicants will..b eoJ: 'I ACRI 2 ACRES Acres 4 ACRES- ACRES t ACRES 7 ACRE Starke. FL 32O91

considered PARCELS. Owner will finance with$500 down and$1 SO per mor.lh based on 964-7133
for
advanced salary appointments
: 1 acre price. Down payment and monthly payment discounted for more
Please send State of Florida 'acreage purchased. Call for more detail Information. 2 & 3 BR. family oriented. with
a completed
FOR RENT OR SALE with owner financing available. 2-Story house, 2 laundry& large playground.FREE .

employment application to: blocks from Main Street.
Electricity Ont nth.
e3 IR HOME AND ONE ACRE FOR SALE WITH OWNER FINANCINOi m
Rent 30% of
Payment. not ever $300 monthly with $2,000 down. Priced at $20.500. If quality.your monthly_Income

PERSONNEL MANAGER Owner may negotiate on down payment In exchange. for house.repairs. .If you you cam 3.35 per: hr.t 4O hr a
Call for more Information. week A have 3 dependent, your
UNION CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION eJ BEDROOM. 2 BATH. PRAMS HOMES Owner financed at 10% Interest. rent would be about .112 a monthor
Needs *3.73 per day for day left In the
P. O. BOX 221RAIFORD FOR PEN zt2 Bedroom -1 bath brkk house Includes central heat and air. montllfcr! move-In after tht.first. "

Appliances, extra large lot. Near hospital. Call Jane S. .LUher, 496-2126 Qualified Single Accepted.
E FL 32083 755-3300 or.18007290736.FOR Move-In.10.' coat can-.be a*k wa. .
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CREDIT CARDS: Bad credit no probloml AT THE LAWTEY CHURCH OF GOD ON GARAGE SALE: Friday 4 Saturday Mar. m

available.Personal P.O.credit Box card 53S5 and lisa/MC FOR RENT-COMMERCIAL SPACE In 301: Saturday March 3. From 8 30- 2&3.8 am til??710 Glendale Street 205 N. To jOa, SUriw
Gainesville downtown Starke Locate busi- 300.: 7 Loads of everything! 7 ., .
FL 32601-5355. TFN 1CARSTRUCKSVANS. In your the FRIDAY a SATURDAY MARCH 2.3: 9 A FREE PLANT TO ALL CUSTOMERSWHO
ness the as
busiest Insurance same building In town. am til 3 pm. 515 St. Clair Street. BUY:Also flea market goods. Cecelia Terwiiiegar "

INSURANCE WORLD.agency Up to 1600 sq 7 All for one money. See at Bush's Bait ATTENTION NEW.Qf l

'78 DODGE ASPEN available. We will remodel to suit or SATURDAY. MAR. 3, 8.30 am til ??; and Tackle Edwards Road Starke. Mon.-Frl. ':00.....tfcrw jbM p....
WAGON: Good SUNDAY MAR. 4. 1:00: p.m. til ?? 7SATURDAY
cond.. dependable. $1,000 or best workout low Initial rent for. stable ten- 515 Alton Road. Nice things come ONLY W. MADISON ST. Saturday 9:00.... ....:.. QpRF..
nants. Call 664-SAVE. 3 \
offer. 884-6551.2 STEEL BUILDINGS-TRIANGLE STEEL see us. In case of rain anothetwaek-- across from new bank. Multi-family. Sunday 1 p.m,than 4Q.t> y;P .f'-- '.
1973 GMC 06000 TRUCK: Recently BUILDINGS. INC. Offers rigid steal end. 7 Everything from A to Z. Really good ;
rebuilt engine. Runs good. See at and frame steel all sizes. MOVING SALE: Everything torn cars to buys. 7SATURDAY ....HOMIt-.... .
Register Oil Co., 308 S. Thompson See our model center buildings at 646; E.Union.St. coffee cups I Saturday, March 3, from & SUNDAY: King size bed "HANDYMAN SPECIAL" From horns. 2 I*. I lAMPto WlMnWtM' Pine *
Street Starke. 2 9 til 7? 310 Lafayette St. 964-
am
Lake St. Lawtey. Fine location
$17.100
..Jacksonville orcall Hal Hendricks complete with orthopedic mattress;
+ 1980 DODGE CONVERSION VAN:Fully toll free 18002736072. 3 4632. 7 concrete patio table w/2 benches; HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOMI wUho' i CWftMttfvl. view oi Uk $amp_.
loaded 4 captains chairs sofa makes FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED 509 CENTER STREET: Fri. & Sat., Mar. power tools; table saws; small tools; Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 IK 2 BA, Central MM" pump carpeted Insulated
into bed. 73,000 miles. $3.800. Call 1000 sq ft fast food location across 2,3 A Mar. 9-10. Inside you tell us dishesclotheslarge; ; framed Ian;other. windows, skylight, mahogany ext. doors;.stinkan tub wiling lon,
964-5244. what for item
1979 FORD RANCHERO 2 from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848 eve- next week you'll dealers give will any take all.because smaller fans; new Casio cash register 3205 tq. ft. !living area 1537 s.f. wrap around perch "'>\/ill'? ..* *O appreciate.
: Fully loaded. nings 473-3627 TFN 3 ;loads of goodies.SR 16 W to NW Owner financing to a qualifed buyer. $105,000.
Black. Must see to appreciate. Call FOR SALE OR RENT:Warehouse/office 7THREE 25th Ave. (Pleasant Grove Rd.), turn GRAHAM 1325 ..f. 3 BR/1 1/2 B.... living room,tftnlng*kitchen combo.10 yn.
964-5244. FAMILY YARD SALE Childrens
2 space: 3000 sq It, located at Enter : left first house on right 7 old. CH/A.2 Ac. ': $6.SOO
1987 condition.FORD RANGER: 4X4. Excellent prise Park next to Sunshine Industries clothes baby Items womens and MOVING SALE: China cabinet, $100; PRESTIGIOUS HOME the city of Stark*. 4 Bit. )|A. Uf...fn.. wood Hoors.
Loaded,take up payments mens clothing, household Items. 1 TV/stereo cabinet $50 double Call
Contact Diane Ely. 964-5294 large ; many extra 609 W. Street. (129,000
1988 964-2910.PONTIAC 2 TFN 3PROFESSIONAL Mile past Bradford Hospital on Rd mattress box springs and frame$50; NEAT AND CLEAN Close to prisons. $ U/= $A. i. a_ /IhrlM tool. separate

HUNDAI GLS SUNBIRD Both In excel: or l. condi 1988 OFFICE SPACE FOR tal.230 SE,first 1st dirt Street road second on right house.past Hospl-8.30 Ethan Allen glass top end table $50; dining room contra) heat window air, 14401, j JauXewlda! work*K p>>x30.
RENT:Up to 1600 sq.ft. Will remodelto lamps;baby items: linens; books and all on landscaped t 1/4 Ac. 139,900
tion. Take over HI ?? Mar. 3.BEHIND .
964.3204 a.m. Saturday
anytime. payments 2 suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy 7 many more bargain and freebies. COUNTRY CLUB AREA 3 BR 2 112M. *rJcb; home fireplace. pool,ho tub Immaculate
301 next to Lil Skeeters 4 Insurance Saturday only 93. 803 Parkwood cond. 9125,000
1987 CHEVETTE: Excellent condition. World. 1-800-771-7283. TFN WATERS GROCERY IN Pla'.:e, off West Pratt Street CHEAPER THAN RENTI Immaculate fwfnliKvd t? bedroem, IVi balk mobile
Call 964-5200 or 533-2805 after 6 LAWTEY: On Lake St. Friday & Sat 7
homo w/separate recreational room equipped. with ,"vt A. frig,
seporole
o'clock. 2 urday Mar. 23. 8 til 5. Five family !
SATURDAY MARCH 3: 10 am all 7? at
1966 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONY. ., MOBILE' ; HOMES sale. Clothes and a variety of Items.FOUR Lawtey Apartments, behind Lawtey garage, beautifully landscaped lot on GrIN1s......).***;'t' $ 19.60O.
NE2thAve.2BR/IBANewReef .. .>>.000
$3850; 428 V-8 Automatic. 68 7
..FOR"SALEI .. Elem. School. All kinds of things.. NW 65th ..AVC.I bedroom 1 bath 5_. ... .
CHRYSLER NEWPORT CONV., FAMILIES:Sat., March 3.9 am HI reasonably priced. 7 0 ,JMS }ipw SQ yr. roof freshly
$2700. 318. V-8, Automatic.. '56 7?Womens mens,childrens clothes painted Inilde. Owner says, 'Moke an OH* IV..;< .
1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD
CHEVY 2 DR SEDAN. 6 cyl with toys, misc. items. Go out SR 16 toward : : GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE, 4.kwfa*). *$fwllh| a large family room
doublewide.with all the extras.$19.000 .QfSYlL'
straight shift $850. '64 CADILLAC 2 balance and$1000 down.Assume the Kingsley Lake Blue house on : located In the city. /li.a: 59300.
dr withextrspa rtscar.$1100. loan. have moved to right 1/4 mile before Clay CountySATURDAY 315 WALNUT STREET. Good r.ntaII prop4ry.4b qso*:
74 CASE BULLDOZER 350 with 6- lot. Call 378342 after 4pm. or 964-your line. 7 LAKE PROPERTY ON N. SIDE BROOKERt 3/2 brick and frame Shady Oqks S/Q.Metro fpt $ 44,000
way blade $3750. Call 782-3449. 9115 during the day. 4 MARCH 3: 8:30: til 4. SR 16 SAMPSON LAKE:Contact Mr.Hunter. ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 bo.cencref*block, ends.v treatments, 3

1965 FORD PICKUP: In good running 14X70 MOBILE HOME: FOR SALE BY to Prison Trailer Park. Follow signs. 100'x300', 485-1663 (Graham). Edwards ceiling fans, CH&.., stove, refrlg DW. garage, Andersen windows
condition. 1968 Ford Pickup truck fort OWNER.Take up payments of$250/ Household items,girls clothes,double Plat. 9 carpet, rose garden Ig. patio area !brick .wood Lay Susan
parts. $800 for both. 964-2012 Month. 964-5948 after 5 p.m. Mon bed roto tiller, prom dress sz. 9. IN CITY OF !LAWTEY: Lot for sale on SR table, hothouse, tool shed sep. pumphovse, ......

'87 CAMARO: Black A/C.auto..AM/FM Fri., anytime on weekends. 7 225. Contact Mr. Hunter. Graham, LOTS*ACREAGE .
Power B/S. Runs FRI. & SAT., MAR. 2.3: Clothes, toys 4851663. 9
good. New tires. FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and
WANT A GETAWAY PLACE 199 lake.. 160'an
170'deep
appliances lamps,chair much more. on Santpsgn road
$6,000.964-9317. 2 Pro-approval on mobile home loans. EXCELLENT WATERFRONT LOT:
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1973 FORD LTD Behind Madison St. Baptist Church Lake. 100x190 ft. offers $25,000
: Dependable work car. CaU Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B Sampson
1123 Neil Court. Starke Watch for GREAT WATERFRONT PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA] 292' water and
on extending
V-8 beautiful view and sunset
power steering good tires.$350. Homes. Lake City FL. 4 gorgeous
signs. to Hwy. 100. 7.17 acres, 165000. be. divided. 100'' lots
FIRM. 964-2764. 2 1990 DOUBLEWIDE:24x44.3 BR.2 BA. Owner will finance. Deerfoot Trails. Property can' Into two. ,
WHAT I NOTS. LOTS OF DISHES cast $65,000 each and one 92.65' lot 48000. t .
74 GMC WINDOW VAN: One Wood siding and shingle) roof plus Asking 19500. Century-21 Showcase
PS PB.AT,Seats 8,Low mileage.owner V- free delivery and set up.$14,995.Call Iron ware baby items. Lots of odds Properties Inc., 473-4903. HWY. 14 EAST) 20 Ac with fish pond, 2 wells, palm trees.qptlc tank, swimmIng
8. $1100 FIRM. 964-6336. 755-5114.Circle B Homes.Lake City and ends. Saturday Mar. 3, 9 til ?? HALL LAKE AREA: Beautiful one or two pool. Can be bought as one parcel or 4, 5-Ac tracts. $60.000
511 St. Clair St.. 7 MICHIGAN STREET 2 'cr..ln.ld.
city. $10.000
56 FORD BUS: Used for Has FL 4 acre parcel In homes only section.
storage. THREE FAMILIES: Thurs. a FrI.. Mar. WALDOi Four lots, city water well septic, 2 poles. $28.000
new factory rebuilt 292 motor. Only BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- Ready for you to build priced to sell. power
1.2.5 mi. North of Starke on US 301 636 CHERRY STREET 200x100 *
wide. Call in Jacksonville.
1,000 miles Sacrifice$250.or trade $1,000 On. Pmt Singlewide 777-1861 '
for ? CaU 964-8810. 2 $500 dn.pmt Everyone can buy bad near Thonl's. Look for signs. House- ACRES six house and barn. HWY 225 One Acre. $5,000
: room
credit credit. Call hold goods tots of everything.. LOT*,GOLFAIR ROAD Country Club Estates Meta tin, $8.700
or no 755-5114.
I9M will $2000/acre.call
CHEVY SILVERADO 4x4. Sportslde.Blk Owner finance
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7 LAWTEYi Five acres. 105th'v.. Good{Investment.. $15.000
Circle B Homes. Lake
City. FL
loaded 30,000 mil. 10999. 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFNTWO
496-3648. 4 BR's BIG 1990 FRIDAY MARCH 2:Girls clothes sz.2 & PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD20.16 Ac., 3 wells! 2'pal.|.... $50.000
Itchg 3/01 28x70. with plywood
3;range w/grill In center,lawnmower, WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246. Flo. frontier. $15,000
Doors wood siding, shingle roof plus ACRES ON POWELL STREET: In
much 527 N. St. 964-
more. Cherry
RVS& free delivery andset-up.$290 per mo. Town. Call for more-information 964- 10 ACRES Wonderful farming land. Cleared. Rd. 16 |, near US 301.
CAMPERS 5324. 7
Call 755-5114, Circle B Homes,Lake 6730 leave message. 9PREQUALIFYING 2 ACRES "Prime Property" Cleared > Fenced pp" BeAch Blvd. Jacksonville.
City. FL. 4 Exc. residential neighborhood. $49.900
POP TOP CAMPER: Apache sleeps 8. 1976 VEGA WITH PORCH: On 1 acre "GREAT HOME DEVELOPING PRO'UTY".24 laM ((4.occleore) on Murray St.
Stove. Ice box needs work. 1-325- with well and septic and large pool. In Baldwin. Water < Sewer Reduced to $59.900.AFTER .
3238 alter 5.30 p.m Unda or Jimmy.ANIMALSPETS .
Starke area. Call 454-2649 for ap FREE HOURS

pointment. 4.MISCELLANEOUS For FHA, VA or ConvfntionalMOr1g8gCS. Poulin. Randolph. . . . . ._ 'I .944-6323

"'.'. ::''FORSALE:;? ;:":' : Sandra Torwillogar . . . . . 533-2242

Debra Connaughton. . .'. r9o4-2>33

5 YrT" bS-MA ErExo<>ilaiit slilfccJS-WOULD! biO, UKE YOUB-CLASSIFIEO-, Gainesville-Mortgage-Co. Ann Torwillogar.Brown. . s .<.41 ,..<........'>..>..,"-< .473-754U.: .
drers.964.4239.8 .--4.**rt. AD TO REACH READERS AllOVER
ARABIAN HORSES: Starting at $600. FLORIDA? With the Florida Classified !- Purchase. Refinance or Construction;
Call 7823267. 6 Ad Network we can deliver your Fixed Rate or Adjustable

THREE POODLE PUPPIES:TWO males message to over 1,000,000 peoplefor Ph. 964-3739
.X'Se.
one female.8 Wks.okJ wormed ready $125 (less than .0002/person). HAROLD K. DAVIS T"--"T P. O. Box 568- Starke. FL
to go.White with apricot$75 ea.964- Call this newspaper's classified rle- Licensed Mortgage LZZLJ Located Longchamp Bldg., t fi ,
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3674. 6 your today. Broker *,,*,<...**<.*. US 3O1 South e 7m


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INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST 964-61


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200 Acres in Bradford County ..........-.....$1.50O Acre

2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone : TREE AND STUMP

e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227....................$6.500 Each
e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.

-1" "- REALTOR e 43 Acre Farm with 3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home In REMOVAL
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HOUSINGSusan Gainesville .

M. Faulkner, ORI CRB President 5 Acres on small lake ...........................-$3.000 Acre II
3/4 mile lake frontage on lake in Alachua II I
Inc. I
ERA Faulkner Realty
County I
e Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO I 9b9 QO
2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St.
Located Hwy; 301. | e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham3.OOO Acre I

total I II For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $45O.OO Mo. ,
COMMERCIAL OPFKE SPACE or retail sloro. Hwy 301 N. Approx. 7.IOO.f
I Call for details. 201.89 A A A AA A A A A\'M\ A A A
1 READY MAO BUSINESS and beautiful home with many ..tro.. Hwy 301 S. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANY


1 t9l-89 LAWTIYij2 B*, 1 BA. Only 25000. Owns will probably do soma financing. I II Ronald E. Newman 964-6881 Accelerated Realty, inc.


I 168-89*(UVUUNDiNko largo doubl.wldo on 4.38 acres. 2 walls, 2 workshops 166-89 J

*100x100 BUILDING LOT Only $5,0001163-89$ LAVERN
*33.5 ACRES WITH > WI BA from.. Prlco lust r.duc.d.. 163-89 H pyuvvy 964-4544,

I HWY It Wt 2 nlc. largo building lots. 139.89
1 CALL STREET Office building. largo and excellent condition. 155.89 Broker Hwy 8018*. -Ls

BISSINT ROAD 3 BR, 3 BA Brkk on 1 1/4 'c... 139-89 OUTLAW Thinking of buying PIT fSelling? ;Call u j* : Starko.,F4; :
'QrcSey
113-89
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I *1 3/4 ACRE: with septic oloctrlc1polo! and culvort. Owner financing. '' < "'
J *3 B*. 1 BAIL On.pp..... 1/1 aero between Stark and L.wt.,.Assumeblo!>> morI 064-1522

ffloflo bv sjuollfvvta. 81-81 STAY You Full Service Real Estate Officer N/Homes ./Lot Acreage Waterfront
*3 Bit,2 BA DOUBLIWIDIt On S Ac. Master both has garden tub CH/A, fireplace

I In .... Owner will hold mortgage. 211-89 j Farms CoQO"JaJLOVELY
*3 11/2 BA House Otyt Laundry room could be made Into 3rd BR Approx. 2 Ac. Davittt.,podge_ '
5-90 _' '- LOVELY BRICK HOME4 BR/2 BA, CHI.... store. refrls}B. dishwasher, 3340 sf. f
1 APPROX. 2 AC on Ml Zoned Commercial. Owner financing. 12.90 : sun deck well < 'a."tlc. 1 oc.
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LOT ON CANAL Seminole Ridge. 100x316. 15-90 : ._ _. CHURCH STREET4BR2BA CB Homo;.CH/A. Ig.. family." room 2148 sf,
j *1 STORY EXECUTIVE HOMI 4 BR. 3 BA on Hampton lake. 206-89 Designated; Appralsor garage, lovely landscaped lot. ," I
i ENJOY FISHING 3 BR, 2 BA In excellent condition on Sampson lake. 173-89 REALTOR ON THE WATER 3BR/3BA Norwelaen 1 Wick. living. dining family rooms
I *COUNTRY CLUB AREAS 5 Acres surrounds this beautiful home.Too many extras CH/A. 2310 sf. front and back porches. |.B *o. .lot
I to list. 181-89 Appraisals for Residence Fajrm! l fjmmejcialiXBusfness HAMPTON LAKE ACCESS 3BR/2BA frame, feaiUy room. w/fIroplece. CH/A,
1 *DOUBUWtOI ON I ACRE Paved rood Very good condition. 3-90 2184 sf 576 sf workshop landscaped lot., I
I i SEVERAL ARGILS OP LAND with owner financing available. *>SACRIFICE SACRIFICE Owner must sell brick 3/2, CH/A. Ceo creel 6 ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY 3BH/IB*.A-Prome w/porchee. on all four I

I *BEAUTIFUL CORNER WOODED LOT In Country Club Estates, Approx. 1 acre, Owner Financing. In Starke. Frame 2/1. Good Income. $18.500 sides.Woodborning stove, pole bam 24>15Q.toe!shod...well and septic. I
I restricted building codes excellent area. Owner will finance. 21-90 *Newly renovated Inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. $23,900 IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/3BCB Homo twe-.Ipry. Stow < refrlg., AC I>Units
I .TWO HIGH a DRY BUILDING LOTSiEoch 146x200. bc.llenll.rm. and lots of Cedar home on 1 acre, CH4A, range, ref. electric heat w.lI. septic on 1 Ac.
treu. 9489 Concrete block 3/1. central heat In Starke. 100x125 lot. $39.000 GOOD RENTAL PROPERTYTwostory opttrlmont bulldin. .. 21$,11 IA each
1 *NICE 1 BR. 1 1/2... CB HOMI on 1/2 acre. Owner on..lou.IOf' an offer. 189.89 Crystal lake Homesltes. CB 3/1.CH8A, range, ref 1300 SF. $42.500 oportment. I

I +)BR, 1 BATH on 1.11 Ac. Central Air a hoot. Nice quiet location.32000. 18-90 Frame, 1400 sq. ft.4 BR. 1 3/4 BA, Large lot In country. $45,000 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Salvage Yard wBR.. 1 BA CI Hose.. 13x60 ,
J *14xS4 DOUBLEWIOE on 11/2 Ac.Assultie manage or refinance. Excellent buy otI Brick 3BR/1V4 Ba, nice neighbors range, ref (IILA. .ncl. garage mobile home 40x60 auto repair shop, 3 waft systems and 4 'wells
$33.500. 137.89 tit Highway 16 West 4/2'4,CHA, 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. $54.000 w/pumps an 3 acres with frontage OA Hwy :391.
*siAUTirUL 81x60 MODULAR HOMI on 2 acres. !Inside walls and ceiling drywall '* In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A, All appliances. 2 Car garage 2000 sf. ON PAVED ROAD 3 BR/2 BA DW Mobllo Homo, AC Units fleet. Hoot 4
3/4" plywood floors. fully carpeted.4 BR 2 full Baths.46600.Financing available '* Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 C/lIA. REDUCED Stove, refrlg. a dishwasher,2 septic elks ojtst 9 power pole on 4.B acres 1

I to qualified buyer. 198-89 I '* Excellent Starter or Retirement Home.CB,3/t.City water and sewer. $32,000. 2 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Pout*.**.*** MoJ>lle Ham CH/A,
I *II ACRES 3121 on Hwy 100 W, High and Dry. Will divide Into 1 1/2 Acre lots. | '* Bedford Lake, 2/1 CH4A completely furnished extra nice. 100x300. Stove t refrlg. on 2 Acres I I

t92.., Brkk CH4A, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres. SELECTED riorums
I *2tto.... HOMI with 1.5 acres. Reduced to $88,500. 31.90 '* Neat Clean.2/1 Heat S Air Make appointment to see. 29900.
OWNER PtNANONOi Hampton Lake lot. 32-90. '* Ronchette. *'c. frame home, fenced pecan B pear trees $47,900 20 ACRES- Cty Hwy 335 Near L.wsey. PtotiM. Pines

I *RENTAL 3 BR, 2 BA, Garage In Town. $475 Month '* Horses and Children will thrive on this 20 Ac. On Paved Rd. Brick, 2/2 ever HOMI SLOG LOTS Hwy 16W. City Wets Sewage, Owner. Financing.
2.000s.f. HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks SID Breokor.POUR .

Owner financing.2 Immaculate MH's, pasture,oaks on 24 acres. $98,000 5-ACRI TRACTS Breaker" Owner Financing.
Call Sto.... Historic. Renov. 6BR 3'/4Bo, 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. THREE ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS .Ireok.Ownef Financing.:
'.5 ACRES .ro...... on New River Wejl t, 4f.
Trained Stof'Today..964a0J9After Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home. 4/2V Ba on 36 acres. 4 *) .
Owner Anxious Make Off.. 4/1 1/2. over 1500 sf.Close la Starke. .
Hours Call These Realtor.Associates: Excellent Neighborhood In Starke. 3/2 CHI.... all appliances, replace.( NICE. AFTJJIHOgRtl
m Over Acres. Bfkk. 4/2 1/2 CH/A Fireplace peer 2100 ... All appl-... W.,...Dougles-,,..."" yyN.
e Irene L. Faulkner..964-B142 MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage metal bldg. (1500 sq. ft.) Rill Dodd....7.M 'Nevlewecd,M474MA

R Darlene Godwln..468-28O3 1 I. Reduced US 301 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metal bldg.. MH 2 walls 3 septlcs.

e Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964-9O4O 35 Ac. w/from. 3/) 1/2 barn fenced opprox. 30 A. cleared. Includes Formal!

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I .ham ton Iii lites ...... by Dolores Meng


Condolences... Langfords! relocate... Super Volunteer.. You can depend. on Centel Business Phone Services _

Sincere sympathy Is extended to Bob and Cathy Langford and Mark Hodges has been named .
the family and friends of Willard children, Timmy and Christina, Super Volunteer at Hampton
I Emo who died Feb. 17. have moved to the Lake Geneva
Roy on Elementary School. Mark has been
area. They formerly lived on the
Carolyn celebrates.. property owned by his grandmother, instrumental In constructing useful
I Mrs. Louise Mattheus. plaYlP'ound equipment at the school. "As I
On Saturday evening, Feb. 17 He Is a bid help at carnival time,and soon as say

Carolyn Meng Hunter was surprisedI February Birthdays.. assists With the various activities at 'business '-.
I a unique party given in her the school throughout the year. His :: ,ky
Feb. 15, Jason Lovell, Mark
honor her parents at the,Hampton Paul and Lake Ruth home Meng.of Youngblood; 16, Claudette Frees; efforts are much appreciated! phone system: jj l ; is +
18, Adam Hall; 20, Shana Morris,
celebration of her
This was in Renee Ford; 21, Stanley Varnum; I've:got a dozen : '.
special Feb. 24 birthday. 23, John McMillan Robert

presented Carolyn, with In her This seat Is of honor Your Life was Kyle Moorhead Burton; 24, Aimee Sheppard Hodges, DanielMeng ; 27 suppliers breakingu': \ ., ; _
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booklet composed and read by her ; 28, David Roberts, Clinton down k r N
mother. It consisted of factual and Morgan, Kimberly Jones and my oor ; : ,
amusing accounts of days gone by 'J'.at
Angela Meng. I
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with pictures taken from babyhoodto pushing this .;,
the present.She World Day of PrayerSet
read cards and opened At St. Mark'sThe piece of equipment :
unusual gifts from some 40 relatives Bar Objattvi: .;
and friends attending. The party annual observance of World To make you look good! or that one. ,If
of for the Starke is
room wan decorated with black Day Prayer area .
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I streamers, black balloons and a planned for 11 a.m., Friday, March 2 llalllclll! : I
variety of Over the Hill banners. The at St. Mark's Episcopal Church. The Fully experienced at providing quality
decorated cake was in the form of program will be followed by a printed materials and quick turnaroundtime
the numerals 4 and 0, and was made covered dish luncheon in the Parish at the lowest cost in town. No
by her sister, Sallye Scoggins.Out Hall. job too big or small.
of town guests came from A Better Tomorrow Justice For ArIa" EiptrHii: Murray
Tampa, St. Pete, Orlando, Orange All, theme for the program, was Resumes Stationery

Tallahassee.Park, Keystone Heights, and Czechoslovakia.prepared by Christian Fourteen women women of Flyers/Circulars Business Cards how many'suppliers *

from eight different church Business Forms Invitations *
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New Arrival... denominations living and witnessingin .Brochures .Newsletters do Y ti t y {

I Cassie and Don LeVasseur of Czechoslovakia deligently worked Dill: I need?"
together for the presentation for r
Charlotte, N.C. announce:the birth of Church Women United. Graphic DesignTypesetting Desk-Top /
their daughter Brandi Lynn. She .
Publishing
March 2 women from 170 countries
born Feb. 17 at Presbyterian
I was 7lbs. and regions of the world will pray as '
in Charlotte,weighing
Hospital one body for each other and for 964-5764 .
7 oz. and measuring 19 inches. .
Maternal grandparents are Ruth peace in the world. This global circleof Printers ;4
Bradford
and Joe Riddick of Hampton. Paternal prayer acts each year as a power .
and Tom ful bond of hope to strengthen relationships .,
grandparents are Toni 110 W. Call St. '
LeVasseur of Englewood, Colorado. between all people. 4 Rr ,ory,' 'v, K',"'f? ..+.;?6+C '//fv" .. I
Maternal great grandparents are Everyone is invited to attend the 4 ;;
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Bonnie and Raymond Baxter of program and covered dish luncheon.A ) s .
Hawthorne. Ruth Riddick traveledto nursery will be provided.It :
Charlotte on Feb. 18 to spend the
week with Cassie, Brandl and Dan. .J. ; .

Joe, Danny, Sheryl, Clayton and
Kelly drove to Charlotte on Friday ,...&
and they all returned home Sunday.

Welcome to pastor... : .

The people of the Hampton Baptist J k Rr
Church would like to welcome i q (?i y

Brother Roscoe Creed and his wife,
wasn't until 1863 that American
Mable, as their new pastor. Serviceson
started to take In
March 4, are: Sunday drugs commer- 0m
Sunday,
cially made pills. Jacob Dunton,
School, 10a.m.; Morning: services, a "
11 a.m. and Evening Services, 7 p.m. originated Philadelphia the wholesale machine.PERSONAL .druggist. ,

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&U-ELS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY
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ODD JOBS: Home and Business repairs
Featuring a retirement community and
home.Licensed supervision 24hoursa and construction.Call Small to large proj- OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded ,. I
day.Certified nursing asst.,first aid, ects.9622. 17 ODD-JOB 964-8565or lots, river access. $5450 each. No I \
CPR trained statl. We retire- down. I:
are a money $65.41 month.Owner.I-
WE CLEAN
mentcommunity a nursing home. HOUSES Reasonable rates. 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN \
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No house
too small
or too big. Call _
Not affiliated with any religious or- 10 \
ganizations.Call Sue day,468-2619. 964-2881 or 964-9507. 17 LOOKING FOR A"FEMALE BLOOD- :' \ 1
DON'T LET
Ifn 17 YOUR CHILDS GRADESand HOUND.We have amale,full blooded I
WANT TO DRINK, THATS YOUR self-esteem sink this year. Call redbone bloodhound. Would like to \. I
964-8594. TFN \
BUSINESSI! WANT TO STOP? 17 breed for puppy or if you have a puppy
THAT'S OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous WELL DRILLING, PUMPS & SERVICE: for sale. Please call 964-5647. \
964-36/9,964-4150/ 964-8614 Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water 11WANTED
117CARPET systems specialists. 864 N. Temple : LAND-ANYTHING CONSID-
SHAMPOOING. FLOOR Ave 17 US 301, Starke 32091 TFN ERED. Send details including priceto

STRIPING-WAX, general cleanings, : Schisler 3000 N. Ocean, Riviera '
ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button- r7 t. : S 1e1r. 1
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windows, residential or commercial.C.C. Beach, FL 33404. 11 s
Cleaning Service 782-3089. holes, patches.etc. Drop off and pick WANTED RAILROAD lanterns, keys,
C.C.'S CARPET SHAMPOO SPECIAL: up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm.964- china locks. Joe Reiner, Box 8632,
First room, $25; each additional $10. 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from Ft. Lauderdala, FL 33310.11
Southside
No limits. Call 782-3089. 17 17PRESSURE Elem. Hwy 100-TFN ,
LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need dirt
WASHING: Houses, sidewalks HOMES FOR SALE
spread? Lots cleared, fence row
pushed For free estimates.Give us a Surgeon.,driveways.Call 964-6341.Roof Repairs.Terry Parks.Tree FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BA, 11/2 Bath
call at 964-4908. anytime. 17 TFN 17 CB home.Living room,dining,kitchen,
LAWN SERVICE: Let us trim your grass CHAIN LINK FENCE:installed. Free esti- large family room w/fireplace and built-
trim your hedges, weed-eat where mates. HANDYMAN in bar. Screened in back porch, small
needed,we'll do landscape work.Trim FENCE CO., pool. Fenced backyard, bam w/eleo-
trees or remove. No Job too small.So TFN owner 17STRICKLAND'S Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. tricity. 964-5647. 16 "Oh, sure, one supplier. c. 4, jz: ,. w aa,
give us a call at 964-4908 and give SEWING 3 BR,2 BA Block Home. Many extras.On ; _.
Dad a break. 17 SALES AND SERVICE: All MACHINE makes 3 lots close to town(Steel Mill Road). Come on. y ;
REMODELING, ROOFING, ROOM Call 964-7830. IS
and models cleaned, oiled and
ADDIITIONS: Carports, concrete justed $15. New and ad- 2 BR ON ONE ACRE: Located on Road
used
work, aluminum or vinyl siding and machines. sewing 100 E of Starke. Lg. screened porch,
Hwy 233 A 16
soffit (Morgan
systems. Free estimates. Call
fireplace,
Road carport$29,500.964-8827.
) 964-8733 TFN 17
Garrison
Construction. 964-6281, 18
anytime. Mark Garrison, license no. FURNITURE 17MOBILE REFINISHING: 473-4347. IN HAMPTON:2 BR,1 BA home.Windowair r' ,.

E-14255. 17 HOME SKIRTING Cut ,carpet,stove,re frig.18000.468 '.
: brick
JAMES C. GRIFFIS ELECTRIC: Plumbing 1325
water pump repairs, 24 hours a stone or stucco. Call Raymond, 473-' 16 at ( : _
4021. Satisfaction NEAT 2 BR, 1 BATH HOME IN TOWN. '
day and weekends. guaranteed.
4311203.
Large shaded lot.
17 $35,500. Champion -
WE DO HAULING:Any type needed. Call I
BABYSITTING IN MY Realty, 964-8931. 16
782-3084 anytime. TFN 17 HOME: Lots of
BACKHOE, BULLDOZING AND TRAC- TLC. Mon.-Friday, no weekends, _
TOR WORK: Call 782-3267. please. Call 964-2103. 17 4i




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Joe Clitya ly undefeated wresUer in the area "This was John. O.'s first appearance -
going into the regional tournament at the state tournament."
Stall Wrlt.rWrestler where he l lost two matches while Purdy said. The experience will help
Brad Hamilton brought a qualifying for the state meet. him next year as a senior.
second place finish in the state class At state, Friday Hamilton Williams has a season record of

3A wrestling finals to Bradford defeated his first opponent, Region 1 20-4 losing once in regular season
High after putting the champion on champion Lance Aired of i'alaika, when he suffered an elbow injury
his back in
the
second of the
period 8-5. went on to defeat his second opponent and l losing In the regional championship -
., championship match, but not long
149.Saturday. match to take second place going -
enough to get the pin called.
into the state tournament.

Hamilton, a BHS Junior, led in the Hamilton defeated Eddie Siegmund, second place at
match at that point 3-2. The final Clarence Williams of Bradenton by a region, lost in the first round to John

score was 8-15 with the defending close 3-2 after making a take downIn Williamson (31-0), the runner-up in
champion Harris Dix, of Fort the third period to score the three state last year. Williamson then lost
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points.John. In the semi-finals, denying Sieg
repeating as new
Myers champion.
'Just to put the defending champion O. Williams also a Junior, mund a chance to come back in the
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on his back was a greaUTeat" won his first two matches by decisions wrestlebacks."If .
Headed for State...! said Coach Brett Purdy. but l lost in the semi final they improve next year like

Hamilton won second place at the matches held at "Brad remained calm in the face of match to Chris Bono of Bolles, who they have this year, there's no
Wrestling Coach Brett Purdy (left) stands with the West Palm Beach. Williams came In fifth and Sieg- about 3,000 spectators and TV was the eventual state champion. reason we can't have a state champion -

three wrestlers' who qualified for state competition mund lost out In early rounds. cameras of the Sunshine Network," Williams also lost in the second or champions," Coach Purdy
Friday and Saturday February 23 and 24. Siegmund will graduate this spring, but Williamsand he said. round of wrestlebacks, 10-7 in overtime said looking back on a successfulyear
From left Coach Purdy Brad Hamilton,Eddie Sieg- Hamilton both Juniors, have gained experiencefor Hamilton finished the season witha capturing fifth place in the 130 while looking foreward to

mund and John O. Williams. another try next year. 29-3 season record, and.was the on pound class. another successful season next year.




Track Teams Open. Season With Win Over Keystone HeightsThe I


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Bradford High girl runners IOC-Motor Oa.hl 1)) ..u.'ii..WIIII.' ,,., ONO 11.01, 1)) Mllo Rum, 1)) lorry 0_. IHS Ill Ut 2)) '..woon..HI. 13 points. the BHS girls placed ninth .II.., ...." N......... 11.... Julkil Hordlo. .,..: v.,- they assess the three meets so tar.
beat Class 2A Keystone Heights K D.Ik., KNS IJ.7J, 3)) ...... .Kolly" IHI. 11.7.Girl. ..11.", 3)Andy Ma...... IHS liJI.040yard with 21 Vi points. on OrHHn 13.47.loOOMotor ..... The coaches are pleased with
High 66-38 and the BHS boys .Mllo Hunt I)K.Kin, *. KHf 7,10. ....,. 1)) IHS M.M (Clint Hood, ,........1 BHS places were: lunl lorry. Oroon. .4| 7 III Andy M some promising times so far. They
won .27 55 CluO: Voniyclo I'll 77.ooOMolor
oM-Oolayi 1))artl.M M (........Holoor., KothM. Hol Jono.. .......Nknoll. Tlmmy Tolor)| I) KHS HII.oWVd. feel the runners are progressing.They .
9SV.-29V. in the home opener, a dual ly. Hurl loll, Aurillo. WIil.......)! 1)) KH>, ...... Doihl 1))Tlmmy. Taylor.IHS, W.74| 3))KonnyDoSuo __..Mor.luni 3)")?Tlmmy"'..i Toylor I)'...52..0.... _..... 43.77. athletes who will
meet on the BHS oval afternoon 440-Vd. 0.... ., ......... Girl's Results: expect some
I
Tuesday ) K.DoMl. KNS 70.70 I) 1 P.rtl* IHS H 4| 3) 114$ o3 0.330Vd 000 Motor Rum ......... Johnvon 211...: ..nft,
Feb. 27. KHS II.II. .....,.Hurdlail I)'.....Ian'.",SHS 44 70) hot Putt 3) Monlko, WIlli..... srr5) AurllloWilliam. Do.... I,.,., Scott Duncon IU.I7'rlc 0.5,.. become eligible March 8 lo help the
Monika Williams 3701./I.w Nerd// .. ')_..W......PHI M.01.MOVd. 3)) .u...., KHS.I7.fI. 3)) .....h.... KHS. M.M.MO .tafi _.. Holiday,. Jo'f. I,.. Cram 30-0". 5,51.41. team.
won four events. Hum 1)) ....Dougherty, IHS >|.04.2.. .,.. Hum 1)) ......."1. ,17.11| 2)Scott Dun- DI..u. I)_".William ,..*."."| Doono Monday Mo-Motor.Hunt Chrh. v.......dill.U.MoMotor .
Williams won the shot put throwing _Vd Doiht)..D.Sh..KHS II.Til 3))Nkoto Wan .... IHS IF.ni, 3)) ......... Minion. IHS. 3M.W.330Vd. "'0"". ...,.).. Trommol Jonoi 14.III ....."
3L'9'/i"; She won the discus with a .... 11$.31.l| 3)) '....d.W...... IMS. 37 W.Tvw Do.hl I) '.....moI "'.... '",. 33 70iJontot 2)) I.n, Jump Monlko Wlllloml 133". .........Williamirr. NIc..... ,....1 Jollui Hordm U-ldl v...... OrlHIn Loper Honored...
Mile' Hunt I)Smith. KHS 3liOo.H. Oo.,.IHS 31 111 I)Jirllu.M.rdln. IHS It.M. ...... At the recent winter FACA and
of 94'9" She l
toss won the long jumpat Mil. ...."! 1) IHS I.M.M (.......$ Ho......, $. ,,. Two Mllo Sun 1))lorry 0......IHS, licit lit 3)),.,. High' Jump. 4)) Aurillo Will..,...fa". _Motor Hum Tyrono london 111*01 Icon Dun- FHSAA coaches clinic in Orlandothe
13'9Vi" and one the triple jump at M"',.15.141..., ....Doughorty). tin ."". 12,00.30, 3)) Andy" Mlroclo.IMS 11.W.72.: Triple. Jompt 3)) Mo.'..William.31V. con liM.0) oroord Johnion 1.41.04" ...., O.lu. of the clinic
331"Aurilla. MIN...... I)IHS.,01.U(Konny DoSuo.Scott Duna. 1...-_..Dothi "u lI.WII_. 13.331 K.1,.Kolly 1 .,d.Ol ....Dotuo Ii4l.0.MoMotor track body
Williams won the high Boy's( Results: .,, '....._..... ....... Nkholt)! 2))KHS A-._.... 14.311 Short oa 14.4I| ..,.... Holoor 14 S7| Mono Sum lorry Oroon lOiMi Andy MlrocloIIiW nominated Coach Greoge Loper as
aiMMi 3)) KHS .._.... .....11I. _..... II 02. It. the National High School l Athletic
lump At 4'0" and the 100 meter dash Shit Putt 1)) D.. .k long IHS :3Tt'/i"t I) Clydo Holoor. ....., short tawSt.ft.
300 Motor Hunt Iridgot Coaches Association track
In 13.05, and ran the anchor on the DoSvo, INS :WoWr 3)Clint* toad, IHS. M'lOV.DlKvn BUS at Sandalwood: boys
1)) Mrkklond. KHS 1I 1"0"| 3)) Dorricli long, .... coach of the year for 1991.
**
440-yard relay in 55.62. man'srelay too-Motor Runt Daush.'OI. Upcoming...
". The Bradford High weight
oHt.Wri 3))) Clint Hood, IHS. Oa.hi Hoi Aurillo Will....... 3tS7 Nominated as the girls coach of
Girl's Results: Hlh' Jump. I) Allan,, JonklM. IHS 13'1 3)) ...dl.,, finished third and set a new ..300-Motora..... K.lh3041.Boys,, : 6)) BHS goes to the Interlachen Invitational the year is Bill Stamper of Orlando
KHS"I'l 3)) Parian, KHS n". school record at the 19th annual San- this Saturday, March 3, at
Shot 1)) Monlko. Wtlllomi, ,. ." IToWi Oak Ridge.
put 114$ 31'f'V 91) long Jump I) Allan Jonklnl. 1. 3))
Ho",.,. KHf .S" 1)) Aurilla Willi....., IHI. Jrj" ....,.., KHS. 1ST' 3)) Tloi. Poyton, KHS. and TlmmyJunior dalwood Invitational run Saturday 9:30: a.m. The nominations are based on
DlKUII 1)) Monlko Willi...,.. SHS M'.'" 3)) ...", .,, '",. II'r. Feb. 24, in Jacksonville. Results: Next Tuesday, March 6, at 4 p.m. years of coaching, the won-loss
KM.7"''" 3)) Doono N.Ild.y141.. WI". Triple. Jump 1)) Allan Jonklnl, ."1. oOVi, 2)) ScottDvmon. Derrick Long, Kevin Woodward, Shot Putt CUM load 3TV1 Dorrkk long Soft Ko.m BHS has a home dual meet with record, and either team or in-
I.nlump. I) Manilla William.. SNs mt" 2)) IHS JoT'l 3) Graff. KHS. 3rf. John Loper and Clint Reed ran a ....... North Marion.
Aurillo Willi...... IHI. Ijrivt i). dS"H.Id.1,5. ,... Vault 1)) mel J..k.... ."". IffO", 3)) tommyTrlitiblo w. 340" dividual championship and runner-
Ir.'w'. IHS. ri". 50.01 in the 440-yard relay for third Di..," John Upor WO"' Coach George Loper and Assistant up events, and the coach's over-all
.
Iriplo. Jumps 1)) Manilla Willis,.. IHI :it I" 1)) 170-Yd. "", I) '..... Ian..,, '"1. 14.... place over-all at Sandalwood. Long Jump Tlmmy Taylor 174"WII'A". Coach Annie Williams say the teams contribution to track and service to
10.11,5. KHS. "''''. 100._.. Do.hi I) llooort Nkholl. '",. II.Ui, 3)Tranmol ) schools The Trlplo Jump 4)) ScoH Duncan
Seventeen competed. .
... and still haves the state and national track
making
Sonoon U are progress programs.
.... ... .... 110. HHt Tyrono
110 High ") 141.1 ".". .. "' IHS, II III 3)) Jullul .n. IHS ... ,..
"* .
J O$1... $141. SS. ') I"". BHS bovs placed eighth! over-all with 100 Motor .h. rllnt load 11.34) -at Jonot me work to do In some areas, as .



::1 Tennis Teams Split.. at Palatka, Boys Win, Girls Loose. i- JV Wins Baseball Openerand I

I i B.B. Prevatt threw a one-hitter at scored on a passed ball.

In doubles matches, the BHS duo Emily Nugent, BHS 6-1,6-1. NO. 5 C "I.the West Nassau High junior varsity W.Nassau got its run in the fourthon
The Bradford High boys won their of Jason Welty and Michael McKinney Jan Steels, PHS defeated Kristy J; baseball team Tuesday Feb. 27, and a passed ball when Prevatt filled
the
first match 5-2 road
on Tuesday BHS defeated and Alex- a Bradford High won its opening game walks.
afternoon Feb. 27, over Palatka Gray Harrison 6-0,8-1. a the 'bases with three
High. ander of PHS 8-4. Giddens and Candace Krause PHS beat Terri r T :n 51.In Jason Lee led Prevatt struck out 14 batters in go
first
the inning,
Morgan PHS defeated Mark Crawford, BHS, 8-2 in an exhibition the distance.
The BHS shut out ing
girls were 7-0 by Shuford and Richard Smith BHS, match. t off with a double and was singled

Palatka High now 3-0 and the Palatka also took both doubles | home by pitcher B.B. Prevatt. ...dI./ ... W ......u
district leader says Coach Jerry 38.In doubles exhibition matches Prevatt scored on a passed ball and"a JNSH ASSNI.
McGriff. matches. Stephanie Wells and Thea out. _. 4/ 1 Willi......" 3 0 0
Chris Ledloy and Josh Kinley. PHS, Basler PHS beat Mayra Crus and ) ground In the second inning. Shannon .....".... I I "'.....1 10 0
The Boys l\Ia ch... defeated Robbie Sapp and Jim Christy Harrison, BHS, 82. Wendy "\ walked, went to second on a pre..N.p 3 I I _.... I 0 1
Grover 6-8, and Eric McQuaig and Mussoline and Shannon Dennis CO..n.. 1 0 I 'n..d 300
No. 1 player Mark Shuford of BHS Quincy Albers, PHS, defeated and :_ passed ball and advanced home on 5_.. I 0 0 Mo..n.lk I 0 0 v
PHS defeated Fanton .
defeated Jack Giddens, PHS. 7563. Blaine McChesney and Chris Sophie a couple of sacrifices. O..we,26 I I 0 "... .. p I 0 0
Emily Nugent, BHS 8-1. In an exhibition line C..w4 d,0 I 0 I co..1I.2k I 00
homered
rising
Third ranked Jason BHS Chris Snow a
Welty won Whasler BHS 6-8. match Debbie Gidson and _....rI I 0 0 C.I0., .., rf 200M
6-3,6-2 over Bewn Wilkinson, PHS. Everyone played well especiallythe Stoutenburgh, PHS drive over the left fielder's head in ...eI ill .1t.:110: 100

No.4 Chad Welch, BHS won 6-3,6-0 first yerar guys, said Coach Katrina defeated Griffis and Crawford the third.In ._.II.h 100

over Jack..Gray'l.rHS.!: ...8115.IJ .3w' 16 riraGfifL--.. ...... .' 8-6. Amy .the fifth inning, .Chris Snow -517..h" .,.. I III 0 1
player Michael McKinney :won .in walked reached second on an error* j

three sets, 6-3, 6-7, 6-0 over Josh '
Alexander, PHS. The Girls Match... .. ANew Record... Golfers To Open Season TodayPlaying 'I
On the No. 2 court Palatka's Justin All the BHS girls were b> ..1 in Upcoming.
defeated Richard Smith sets Palatka Hi Next tennis match is at .home at Weightlifter Clint Reed set a new
Morgan straight by
);l1. Tornado golfers open the 1990 for BHS will be senior let-
BUS in three sets 3-6, 6-4, 2-6. Stephanie Wells PHS won 6-2,6-0 3:30: p.m. Friday March 2, when school record in the 230 pound class season at Suwannee High in Live termen Link Bishop and Ron
In exhibition matches Mike over Mayra Cruz BHS on the No. 1 Baker High visits. at the season opener at Lake Butler, Oak ( March 1). Zurfluh and youngsle s evenMcLeod
today Thursday,
defeated Shannon Next Tuesday March 5, BHS is set February 14. by lifting 315 pounds In
l PHS ,
Holoway, court. No. 2 Thea Basler, PHS won Tuesday March 7, BHS is on the Steven Murphy Jimmy
Hicks BUS, 4-8; Charlie Creech 6-0 6-0 over Sophie Fanton, BHS. No. to make up a rained out Feb.20 the clean and Jerk event. road at Gainesville High. Parado, and Shaun Kowell. I
PHS, defeated Raymond Trimble 3 Wendy Mussoline, PHS, defeated match with Middleburg High. Reed also holds a tie with Junior The first match of the the
season,
BHS 6-8 Fuller BHS March 6 BHS is at home against Acevedo In the 198 pound class both
; Sampson Amy Griffis, BHS 6-3 6-3. No. 4 Russell Memorial Invitational at It's a rebuilding year Coach Sex-
defeated Gary Register, PHS 8-3. Suwannee High 3:30: p.m. lifting 300 pounds In the clean and
Shannon Dennis PHS defeated Palm Coast, set last Friday, Feb. 23, ton says. "We've got a young
Jerk event last year.. -... group
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by Sue Ellen SmithBCT anywhere from 7 feel KI 1 II feet long, hides from foreign countries like
Stall Writer are kept" in fencoil-in/ lakes and led Italy, France and Japan. The demand -
Gator. The word can mean different These gators breed and in June or for gator meat,he said,is slit I
things to different people. Fort July the females lay eggs in large mostly domestic.
< some it means fear. For others, a nests of compost. The eggs are Morgan said there will be 100,000
favorite but often scandalplaguedcollege gathered and incubated for 30 days pounds of gator meat available from
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Morgan gator means money. receive antibiotics. "We have to cater to the gourmet
Don Morgan has owned and As the hatchlings grow, they are restaurants,"Morgan said, not
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n is +0T employees breed and raise the grow-out facility, the gators are common. In fact, Morgan said, an
alligators for their valuable hides fed a diet of fish chicken beef, pork Orlando buyer has agreed to buy 250
t and meat cuts. and a protein supplement. The pounds of gator ribs a week.
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Morgan, who is also an architect, gators reach the optimum butcher "But there's no consistency in the
said he decided to go into gator far length of 6 feet in 18 or 20 months sale of gator ribs," Morgan said.
r ming in the late 70s when gators Morgan said it would take an "Marketing is a big problem,
II were taken off the the endangered alligator 12 years to reach that especially when dealing with individual
species list. length in the wild. restaurants.The .
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program to take nuisance alligatorsout are butchered. After being hung in a Is delicious.
of the wild" Morgan said. "We cooler all night the gjtors are skinned "It's a taste between lobster and
1 got the proceeds from the sales of and cut for meat. chicken," he said. "Just about like
T? td of the gators. I got Interested in gator "There can be 20 pounds of good frog's legs."
farming after that." meat on a 6-foot gator," Morgan And for those restaurants that
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DER Intends to Issue DuPont PermitsNotice : I

w of intent to issue permits in Bradford Clay and Duval Counties. 22 Issue of The Telegraph.Tallahassee It must be
in
connection with the new DuPont A second permit was advertisedfor received by DER
of
>t 730 within 14 days of the publication
r mining operation near Maxville mining hornv minerals on
Failure to file
w wt were published by the Florida acres of land in uiu southeast cornerof this notice on March 1.administrative
Department of Environmental Baker County and for the con a petition for an will
con-
rra Regulation In the Feb. 22 issue of struction and operation of a surface stitute hearing a within waiver this of the period right of any
The Telegraph water management system
>t One permit pertains to a heavy associated with the mining to In- person to, request an administrative
minerals mining wastewater treat- clude an industrial wastewater hearing recently an-
Company
l ment system providing acidificationwith treatment and disposal system and a The DuPont for extending its min-
1 nounced plans
} r ferric chloride for flocculation stormwater detention area with northward from the
t 1 outfalls to ing operations
dike
of colloidal material followed by west perimeter of Starke and
settling in a series of long-term dik discharge periodically! as overland present mines east ,along
Maxville
ed ponds, neutralization with flow to New River Swamp. Lawtey Into the area estimatesthat
hydrated lime to a pH (acidity) of This permit covers the first stageof Trail Ridge.The company will
between 6.0 and 8.5, and additional mining which will eventually ex- this additional operation
settling with final discharge to Gum tend into Bradford, Clay, and Duval mean at least another billion dollarsto the
Branch. counties over an estimated period of the Florida economy during
The construction of short term 20 years.Any next two decades.It .
ponds in above grade tailings as person whose substantial interests has already complied with to date all,
mining progresses is are affected by DER's proposed pre-construction permits up
to provide settling and percolation permitting may petition for an including those requiring the provi-
into the ground of small portions of administrative hearing under sion of new habitat to compensatefor
wastewater.The Florida Statutes. The information that which would be lost to
treatment plant and final required in such_ a petition is threatened or endangered wildlife
discharge located west of U.S. ftrwrlHed In l lon" "- *in the Feb. species in the mining process.
Highway 301, south of Maxvlllc, will --
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18 Graduate SFCC Nursing Assistants Course fered modern to square Bradford dancing Middle Is being School of-

for the SFCC Andrews Center Nursing Assistants students grades 68. The class will PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ON
ceremonies
1 S people were honored Feb. 27 at graduation ANY TORO RIDER GOOD
i run for six weeks- March 6 through
work In homes do work FREE
said from the course nursing or
course.Instructor Mildred Hitchcock most graduate FEBRUARY 28th
April 17, 1990. The class will meet on THRU
privately for the elderly.Some,Hitchcock said, continue their education and become licensed practical Tuesday afternoons from 3:30: p.m. CALL FOR PICK-UP TODAY
nurse or registered nurse to 4:30: p.m. in the BMS cafeteria.
Graduate pictured are: Parents will be responsible for
First row, from left:Sheila Jean Bryant, Monica Cobbert,Juanlta Dever,Olivia Harper,Dorris Hartsfleld, transportation after each class ses- TUNE-UP "
Mary Harris. sion. The total fee for the class will SPECIAL "
Second row.from left:Michele Jones, Karen Kapellen Jaunlta Mersey,Mattle May, Patricia McGregor Laura be$6. !
Ken Perez the instructor and
Smith. caller, is excited about the .
Third Row,from left:Suzann Stanley,Christa Taylor Nicole Reed,Jeralyn VanSyckel,Marzlllle Wolfe, after schonl very class for the BMS youth. $24 95plu.p.rta Ye.
Watson Wolfe. Perez sees this an an opportunity for alubricant.
Staff pictured: the youth to use their after school J
Back row, from left:Vivian Fowler,Marty Bell,Dan McKlnnon, Bernard McFadden,Mildred Hitchcock, time wisely and constructively. .Cleu Enttn Mower
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SANTA+ FE FORD :

90 AEROSTAR XL iiirriiiiwiil A 90 BRONCO II XL

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Free package,
overdrive, two Lr'' .
tone "paint,AC, : ( A"FM cassette. =
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NO MONEY DOWN-USE YOUR REBATE! NO MONEY DOWN-USE YOUR REBATE! NO MONEY DOWN-USE YOUR REBATE!

PROBE GL 1990 F-350 XLT DUALLY '1990 F-150 XLT .

AM/FM cassette, 73 db.al l,heavy EFI*ng .OO Irani..XLT Iroe air ,
gr. premium sound AC duty automatic' 3kg..sport whlB.lull chrome trim s
doll bucket seals, ti I Iipd.clec I """rqneIOOftng ,- guago pug brlle low swing, away..
rear dotog PaGkeQ.. mirror.nits" bench seal ami'lock
power minors PS,PuL$25426'per. rear brakes,AM/FM siereo.
Scott Morgan hold one of the farm':"little-" from the grow out facility. '
mo. $1 0,988 $1 l 6,998' Similar without to crew illustration cab /. $24950"permo.$1 0,938;


Gatorfrom I 1990 TEMPO GLS \ 1980 BRONCO XLT 1989 FESTIVA PLUS _-
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engine,premium eapt.Ins chaIrs AC.
page IB sound w/tat>.. power locks, OT I AM FM cassette,styled Air AM/FM cassette, rr
cloth number
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power driver Boat alloy rod wheels l awing away
wheels, loaded! Dare,Jot VS. 1 rated subcompactl14974"permo.
And, he said, gator meat is low in which allows gator larmers to col-
cholesterol low in fat and calories lect eggs or hatchlings for a fee. $25426 per *10,988V 116,666' $6498'
and high In protein. Farmers pay the state $5 per egg mo.
"It's the perfect health! food" and the state tells them where they

Morgan said.Breeder can go to collect The eggs collectedare "Applicable robato, plus lax&tags& loos down 13 6%APR/60 1I10s.With approvod credit, 'AII prices nol .iftoricbato, plus tax, lag& toes
gafors are not butcheredfor divided up among the farmers
hides or meat, Morgan said and who signed permits. Hatchlings can DO YOU FEEL THE NEED FOR SPEED?
the breeder gators he gets for his be collected under the same program
farm are never taken from the wild. for $15 a hatchling. '
"We get them from other licensed Farmers use a helicopter for 225 H.R1! 210 H.P.! CYc. 220H.P.I!
farmers," he said. siting nests and between six and .
A female breeder 7 feet long can eight airboats to reach the nests for New Mustang 5.0 Litre. New Thunderbird .. t"'J New Taurus

cost around $700. A male breeder 8 egg collection. Sometimes access is Super Coupe SHO
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feet long brings between $800 and limited and collectors have to wadeto High output .
$900. the nests. PW, PL 'Super Charged 3.8 Liter. Limited Produrtion, DOHC,21
"The larger the are, the more ex- "It can be pretty tricky and the $13,988* Cruise AC Premium $1-8 488 High Output Sound w/CO/ $16 488 Sedan valve V6 JBL.High Sound Performance System\ Leather Sport.
pensive they are/' Morgan said. momma gators get prety riled at you S oun d'All' Wheels! All power equip. Interior, Sufi RrMl Leaded''
Some of Morgan's breeder gators taking their eggsbe"Scott said. "For-
have made it to stardom. Nissan tunately en lucky. We've
filmed a commercial for its Hard- only had one gator attack a guy." on selected BRING US YOUR CREDIT UNION DRAFT
body trucks out at the farm last Although farmers do participatein 6Q%

year.Morgan's. son, Scott Morgan, chling state gathering programs Don for egg Morgan and said hat- models WE BEAT ALL CREDIT UNION PRICES-WHY WAIT? 6.9'f on models selected

foroman at the farm, starred in the farming does not affect the numberof

commercial with Don, two farm wild gators. QUALITY USED CARS PRICED RIGHT FOR TODAY'S INFORMED CONSUMERS
employees and about 30 gators. The "Farming has no impact on the
commercial, which used footage of wildlife population and we are
Scott, his father, Buddy Cassela and obligated to give back five percent of / a MEDfROCKS
Max Flansburg releasing gators, our gators for breeding stock if they
took six days to make. are ever needed for restocking," he YOUR CHOICE WITH NO
"For the shot of releasing the
gator,we had to release about thirty said.Running the CST Gator Farm is / : Cnv.V n
gators just to get that one shot/' not cheap, Morgan said. The biggest MONEY DOWN
Scott said. production cost is food, with 20 tons '
The farm gets residuals everytimethe of food needed every 20 days. 7T.mp 4 TO CHOOSE FROMAll rirdj riifser
commercial airs Scott said. Red igeration of that food is another 1 :
Scott has worked for his father at expense. with automatic, air cassette, and more!

the farm since it opened in 1980. But Morgan's farm is doing well
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breeder lakes and hopes to get into
said.Although he's never had any major tanning gator hides in the future. lie
mishaps with the gators, he said is also thinking of adding crocodilesto .
he has had some close calls. his farm. The crocodiles his son $7988 OR $18481
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breerli' lake.
you, Scott said. ig '
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in the yearly state program "CrwK arc ninth. more aggressive." PREiUPE 2 HONDA, '.B1 .' n8;** "*" *! $4888ifMrri


Cross and Sword Auditions Set Saturday IVlU .. Santa Fe iU-m bo' $5888?'. ..'.,r.-.j.;


Local auditions for the 26th seasonof Ue 111 Llfcal K tl 01 ...., ............. at.sion [ft'@f @ l.T""
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Cross and Sword, Florida's offical Once again Cross and Sword N w a / 'cfit>vyi ,
state play will be held at the Cross wil be under the artistic direction of Fat 7iaura.N Roads L..d t Santa F.FORD ilSt MM* -OifOO
and Sword Amphitheatre at the Florida School of the Arts. For _, iw mil AC ;

Anastasia State Park on Saturday, more information contact: Tony : : U.S. 441, 1 mile West of I 1-75, Just 12 d1N
March 3. Positions for actors, Walsh, Flo-Arts, 5001 St.Johns Ave. ( pOPSf minutes from Gainesville .. ., 16588
.. ".. dancers,singers and technicians are Palatka. Fla., 32177 or Wayne Sims, 3 462-2802
available. Check In time is set for 10 Cross and Sword, P.O. Box 1965, St.

a.m. with audition calls beginning at Augustine, Fla 32085, or call ((904)) ... .
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Not Guilty Plea ed his disappointment in the proceedings appoint an ouside state attorney to Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge had Mill on US-301 one mile north of disorderly conduct for causing a
and noted the content of handle cases involving two correc- called on the Florida Department of CR-18 was reported on fire at 12:17: disturbance at the football game
EnteredIn some of the grand jury's questions to tional officers, Mark Traylor and Law Enforcement for an indepen-- by Trooper D.W.Wright.Units Oct. 20, was found not guilty by the
Fatal Accident the reporter.The Bobby Ray Perdue. They were dent investigation; however, that from Hampton and Theresa court and his case was dismissed.
case will be placed on the trial dismissed from their duties and agency said Feb. 28, that that request Volunteer Fire Department Phillip Martin, charged with
Charlene Lewis Ennis of Kingsley docket at a later date. Attorney charged with battery after a county had been rescinded. According responded to the fire. disorderly conduct in an Incident
Lake entered not guilty pleas to one Gene Shaw requested motions, he investigation in the beating of) an in- to FDLE,they will be available if requested Cause of the fire has not been which occurred July 26 at River
I count driving under influence has ten days to file. mate. Since that time additional by the special prosecutor to determined according to Deputy Bend Estate: in Graham,was found
manslaughter and one count of complaints have been received from handle the investigation Jason Bennett. not guilty by the court and his case
I vehicular homicide in arraignment inmates. was dismissed.In .
proceedings at the Clay County Jail Beating Register said he would feel more other court action Daniel Lee
Courthouse Tuesday morning. She Prompt ReviewAs comfortable if a state attorney from Trailer Lost Court Finds Brantley pled no contest disorderly
I was assigned a public defender and outside the 8th Judicial Circuit To Fire SundayFire Two Not GuiltyTwo Intoxication; was found guilty,
the case was continued until 9 a.m. of Feb. 28, a special prosecutorhas handles the jail-related cases ordered to pay$52 court costs, plac-
April 10 when a pre-trial hearing will not been named to handle cases because he does not want to 'Jeopardize destroyed a singlewide defendants were found not ed on Tri County Probation for 60
be held prior to setting a Circuit in Bradford County Involving an his office's working relationshipwith mobile home Sunday noon. No one guilty Feb. 13 in Bradford County days,five days in jail with credit for
Court trial date. alleged beating at the county jail. the sheriff's office and he wants was at home at the time of fire,no Injuries non jury trials with Judge George H. time served, must seek employment
Ennis was charged in connectionwith Feb. 16 State Attorney Len the public to feel confident about the were reported. Pierce presiding.
a fatal accident on CR-215 last Register asked Gov. Bob Martinez to handling of the cases. The trailer located at Cribbs Saw James Daniel Sapp charged with MM Court page 11B
December 1 in which Janet Anderson
Turner of Starke was instantly .
killed when her 1984 Datsun pickup
truck collided with a 1984 Mazda
pickup driven by Ennis. According Winn.lJixie1
to Trooper James Mason, the Ennis 000/0
vehicle crossed the centerline just
before the accident which occurrednear
Oak Grove Baptist Church bet
ween Middleburg and Camp Blan- TM SATISFACTION
I ding.
Ennis was taken by LifeFlight to
Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville with GUARANTEEDIF
multiple injuries where she remained -
in serious condition until her YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
release last month. .J NEITHER ARE WEI!
No charges were filed by the
trooper in the accident, the chargeswere WE WILL REPLACE ANY
filed by the state attorney, PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION: ITEM YOU ARE NOT

1 410 WEST STARKE MADISON STRUT PLEASED WITH or RETURN
Charges DismissedIn
YOUR' PURCHASE PRICE.American .
VandalismOf

Produce Stand -

Charges of criminal mischief and
shooting into a private building Generat-I
against two area men have been
dismissed by the state attorney at
the request of the victims.
i Mark Whitney (Chunky) Reddishof We all appreciate and are thankful for

Jackson Starke of Lawtey and Michael were arrested Sidney the Red Cross when major disasters such Winn-Dixie is proud of our AssociatesCommunity

after a May 12, 1989 investigation of as Hurricane Hugo and the San Francisco
vandalism of Buddy Norman's produce Earthquake occur. I Involvement and our position
stand at US-301 and CR-225. During March 1990 "Red Cross Month"we
Norman reported to the sheriff's as a caring I which supports
department that his produce stand, wanted to recognize the Red Cross for company

two irrigation pipe pumps on CR-225 a field had and been Irrigation their community."Generation of Service" to our community efforts to improve the Quality

damaged during found the Reddish night. The and investigation and Despite the recent memories of tragic of Life with the following programs:
highly publicized hurricanes and
Jackson had been
drinking, driving
Reddish's pickup truck and using a earthquakes are fortunately rare. Most of MATCHING FUNDS: Eligible EVEN-IT UPI A program sponsored -
rifle to shoot at the building and j the disasters handled by the Red Cross Winn-Dixie associates will have their by Winn-Dixie for The Salvation
equipment which led to their arrest. each
year actually Involve single family
No motive was given according to house fires and other small scale calamities. donation matched dollar for dollar to Army to provide fresh food Items
the sheriff's department. qualifying community organizations. for needy families. Here's how It
Funds are always needed to the
Attorney Thomas Larkin on support The United is of this works "when
behalf of his clients (Buddy and San- work of the Red Cross. During March ( Way part program.) you buy"' groceries, just
dra Norman), thanked Assistant each of these manufacturers listed Is GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARDS ask your cashier to "even-up" your
State Attorney Jay Welch for) the ag- Red Cross making a significant contribution to the LUNCHEON Each December over grocery total to the next dollar."
gressive manner In which he had Red Cross for disaster relief $1,000,000 in Winn-Dixie grants are Your change has amounted to over
pursued the complaint. The victims
made to organizations serving our $200.000 In donations!!!
were aware that the case was NABISCO Bubble Yum Gum KRAFT/GENERAL FOODS
prepared and ready for trial; Shredded Wheat Brer Rabbit Syrup Maxwell House) communities. "THI RIGHT CHOICE JUST
however the Normans asked Larkinto 100* Bun Vermont Maid Syrup Instant! and Decaffeinated AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY SAY NOI" VIDEO TAPE This
advise Welch that as a result of an Cream of Wheat College Inn Broth Maxwell House
amicable settlement involving the Team Flakes Columbian Decaffeinated WINN-DIXIE HOPE LODGE Built video can help you teach your children
Supreme
civil case,that they no longer wishedto Fruit. Wheat PEPSICOLACaffeine Rich Roast DecaffeinatedHELENS and maintained by donations of the people and their friends to lead drug-free lives.
press the criminal charges and Blue Bonnet Margarine Free Pepsi of Winn-Dixie. Located at the UnlverIt has been written and produced by
they requested if possible that the Flelachmann'a Margarine filet Pepsi CURTIS '' 'of Fiorida 1 "i3alnes4lIe : n
charges be dropped. Sum Shampoo sity Florida Thj 7J WlnB-Dbcto In conjunction with the FBI
Estimated damages in the van- EM BMtenA1 Sauce Caffeine Mountain Free Diet Dew Pepsi suM Conditioner Winn-Dixie, Hope Lodge provides free Y isWKftf suggested for ages 9-12..
dalism was reported at $U,000. Guy Poupon Mustard Lemon-Lime Slice Suave Hair Spray short-term housing! to patients while they "TREE"" Rental tapes available I "at all I
According to court records, a civil
case was filed June, 1989. No action Ortega Mexican foods Mandarin Orenge Slice Suave Suave Styling MOUSM Gel undergo treatment for cancer. Winn-Dixie stores. Reserve one today.
has been recorded since July, 1989 Royal Gelatin Suave VHS format.
Sprite
and as of Feb. 27 there had been no Royal Pudding PROCTER 4 GAMBLEPampers Suave
settlement in the civil case. Disposable DiapersCURAD Antl-Perapirarrt I Deodorant
ChlOr hoy Co ilea Suave Hand Body Lotion These are a few of the programs Wlnn-DIxle Associate and Wlnn-Dlxle are

RItz Crackers TAMBRANDS Involved. We are working not only to provide your family with "the lowest total
Councilman Rosier Breath Savers Curad Adhesive Bandages Tampan Tampon food bill" but to do our part to make our community a bettor place to live and
Enters Not Guilty Plea Can Free Gum Curlty First Aid Products Maxlthlns Pads and Shields raise our families.

Attorney for suspended Lawtey ,I
Councilman Marvin Rosier entereda 1
not guilty plea on a disclosing
testimony charge in arraignment

proceedings Rosier was Feb.indicted 20. Jan. 26 on a PRICE i + ppICE
misdemeanor charge for revealing
testimony from a grand jury proceeding L'sWV1
Telegraph.to a reporter for the i '

Rosier testified before the grand s
jury in' December, which was em- ; di
paneled to investigate then Lawtey -----.
City Clerk Queenie Robinson.Rosier
had reported Robinson) to State At- TAKE HOMEBARBECUE I I ; 1
torney Len Register when he believed -
she had given herself improper II RIB ALL.LAVORa
overtime) and vacation pay.
The grand jury cleared Robinsonof DINNER PACK REK DIIN

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REGULAR LIGHT or ADC, EP or REGULAR
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Friday 7:00 & 9OB PftQi:31 HONEY BAKED CURED or 12-oz. 75 13-oz.BAG 1 u.oz. $19 8

Sat. a: Sun. 5OO.: 7OO.: 9OO HAM CANS JAR
Mon.. Tue. 7:15
MUSHROOM, MEAT or PLAIN
-SCREEN 2- CRACKIN GOOD 2 $1 00 THRIFTY MAID DIXIE IIORd1T $ 59
$2"g $158
HALF POPCORN pact SPAGHETTI SAUCE w llA lAGS . 101LB. 1

HEWAHOFHE WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR SHOPPIN LIST THAN JUST GROCERIES.
MOJUDCt:I UCM TMKIHS,LEGS, BREASTS 4
u.roam IAUUJ,UL SLAW,LOAF Of : REGULAR or SOFT MINT MTM1ATR
BARDS 8UNKI8T,
SCRVf FRIED S CHICKEN TAKE $ SCHWEPP3 orDR. PLAX T it
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Friday 7:00 ft: 9:05 TURKEY HCMMUCM $158 f -g 8 c -- -

Sat. ft: Sun. B:3O a: 8:30 BOLOGNA La 2-LTR. $238 $217

Mon., Tue. 7:30 PLAIN or POWDERED BTL. 1s-oz.PKG. r... ,

301 DRIVE-IN PRESTIGE CAKE99 A88OATCD I

Starke 9647484Fri. DONUTS DOL I CRACKIN GOOD 2 $ 9 ADVIl TABLETS $45 .rar-n- I !I

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Winter Haven Man said Belcher.He Bond was set at$1,500. Recent ArrestsIn theft and trespass according to ing worthless check and expired tag
Charged DUI was released after a $1,120.25 Bradford CountyThe Deputy Michael Paris. Bond was set according to Deputy Alvarez. She
In StarkeA surety bond was posted. Man Charged at 5000. was released after a $270.25 cash
following arrests were made bond was posted.
58-year-old Winter Haven man With Pulling by local authorities in Bradford Julie P. Sedgewick, 34, was arrested
vas charged with multiple traffic Starke Man Charged Street SignsA County. Feb. 23 on a capias charging Clifford Leon Smith, 25, was ar-
worthless check (two counts),accor-
iolations after he was found rested Feb. 23 on a capias charging
,lumped over his steering wheel in With Being DisorderlyA 43-year-old: Starke man was Arthur Neal Smith, 42, was arrested ding to Deputy Alvarez. Bond was battery, criminal mischief accor-
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he Taco Bell parking lot. 56-year-old Starke charged with disorderly IntoxicationFeb. Feb. 22 for worthless check, set at $450, she was released on her ding to Deputy Alvarez. He was
man was
Wheatley L. Lamb,Jr. was charg- charged with disorderly Intoxication 23 after he was observed pull- according to Deputy Roman own recognizance. released after a $100 cash bond was
sd with driving under influence no and soliciting for prostitution after Ing up signs.William; Alvarez. Bond was set at $1,811. Charlene Louise Hudson, 31, was posted.
valid driver's license, refusing to he appeared at the police station Frazier was walking arrested Feb. 22 for failure to ap-
sign citation, resisting arrest without pants or underpants. down Steel Mill Rd carrying a street Donald Ray Magyar!, 46, was ar- pear for worthless check, according James Fink, 52,was arrested Feb.
without violence, according to Johnef McCray allegedly paid $10 sign and a stop sign, according to rested Feb. 23 for trespassing after to Lt. David Aderholt. She was 26 on a capias charging worthless
atrolman Cheryl Belcher. for sex but when the victim refused Chief Deputy Pat Henry. Frazier, warning, criminal mischief, accor- released after a $100 cash bond was check, according to Lt. Aderholt. He
When Belcher attempted to rouse and fled from him, he chased her on who was very intoxicated, was seen ding to Deputy Charles Carter. Bond posted. was released after a $50 cash bond
Lamb, he smelled strongly of foot to the police station where he pulling the signs out of the ground. was set at $500. was posted.
)alcohol. In an attempt to walk from was arrested, according to Bond was set at $250, he was releas- James Allen Norman, 29, was ar- Vivian Rlninp f"nvln lon. 31, was
the car, he fell and struck his chin, Patrolman Mack Short. ed on his own recognizance. rested Feb. 21 for burglary, grand arrested Feb. 23 on a capias charg- rested William Feb.Austin Smith, 21, was ar-
24 for battery of a law
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":"/ enforcement officer, disorderly In-
I nw8-j__ --r---- toxication, carrying a concealed
r- -- weapon, resisting arrest with
violence, according to Chief John
Hodges. Bond was set at $3,500,
r PRICES GOOD a Pick up your Smith was released on his own
THURS.WED. ti v copy ol' our t recognizance.Darin .

/ MARCH 1-7, 1990 MarchCoupon Edward Bryan, 19, of
QUANTITY RIOHTa and Keystone Heights was arrested Feb.
RESERVED 24 for of
possession arnqnolicbeveragel
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Food Gazette In by person under 21, according
tore flyer forOVER to Patrolman Allen. He was
released after a $250 cash bond was
posted.

V'S CMOK! Coupons Reshell Ann Scott, 23, of Alachuawas
In and "' arrested Feb. 20 for grand theft
auto,according to Deputy Gene Lee.
mail-In rebates. Bond was set at $5,000.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF E S H P

CUT FROM TOP ROUND W-D SPECIAL TRIM Andrea Nicole Martin, 19, was arrested
Feb.
I 23 for failure to appearfor
STORB SELECT LEAN petit theft charges, according to
lONDON H >> S WHOLE Chief Deputy Pat Henry. Bond was
$kM. WHOLE or RIBS HALF set at$250.Roosevelt.

: Green, 20, was arrested
BROIL 11TRA1. PORK lOINS SMOKED HAMS Feb. 23 for violation of probation
grand theft and violation of com
munity control warrant according
to Deputy Henry. Bond was set at


$10,000.Pernell Wade Williams, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 23 on a i
$197 capias charging battery, according
& to Deputy Anderson Holland. Bond
was set at $500, he was released on
his own recognizance.

D O Joseph Dewayne McDaniels, 22,
was arrested Feb.. 22 for resisting arrest
5445 without violence and violation of
probation for possession of more
= LB SPREE LB SPREE than 20 grams of cannabis, according .
LB. to Sgt. H. D. Griffis. Bond was
set at $5,500.Tony .

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SELECT LEAN SLICED FREE SHANK PORTION or SHANK HALF Albritton was arrested Feb 1

TOP ROUND STEAK .... *237 LOIN HALF PORK LOINS LB. 167 SMOKED HAMS LB. $109 23 possession for trespass drug after paraphernalia warning,and according .

to Patrolman W. S. Allen
Bond was set at $1,500.
W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE
MILD MEDIUM or HOT BONELESS .FILL YOUR FREEZER
= Everette L. Frazier, 25, was ar
%WUDLE HOG ,.--u!rs 3 TOP ROUND rested Feb. 22 on a capias charging
ALL BEEF
r SNOW violation of probation carnal intercourse
SAUSAGE ROAST CRAB CLUSTERS. w' $2199 BEEF PATTIES lr a $2399 with an unmarried person
under 18, according to Lt. Aderholt.
S 9 7 U.S.D.A. INSPECTED TURKEY SOUTHERN PRIDE Bond was set at $5,000.
'

,B'4sfeegg Bert r NECKS WINGS w. $580 BEEF PATTIES ,. t .' x $$399 Keith Feb.Leroy 21 for Jones violation, 29, fo was proba-arrested -
LB.
LB.
U.S.D.A. INSPECTED TURKEY MADISON BRAND tion burglary of a structure and

HICKORY SWEET $1- 99 MEDALLION BRAND $168 DRUMSTICKS 1&l" $680 CORN DOGS. . $399 possession to Patrolman of burglary Jerry tools Feltner according -

BONELESS HAMS uWD FRYER BREAST ia BOB WHITE
Ernest Ray Vanwart, 64, was ar-
REGULAR CENTER SLICE SAUSAGE PATTIES 1C BG:. $1390 PORK RIB LETS 10-LB.eox $780 rested Feb. 22 for burglary,criminal
BOLOGNA $299 mischief, trespass, according to
or FRANKS . sec 9ge SMOKED HAMS La THORN APPLE VALLEY SKINLESS SUGAR LAKE Patrolman .Mack Short. Bond was
set at$6,000.Donald
BUTT PORTION Of BUTT HALF SAUSAGE LINKS 1l" $1190 CHICKEN PATTIES t %. $599
SMOKED $ 19 FR SHMADt'LDorHoTITALIAi 1 11 Christopher Banks, 25,
1 was arrested Feb. 21 on a for
HAMS . .'. u. GROUND SAUSAGE. u. possession of cannabis and capias violationof
HARVEST community control, according to
Deputy Holland. Bond was set at

WHrrEFJousE EVEPIYDAY PRICE EVERYDAY EVERYDAY $5,000.
LpW FRESH
LAW PRICE LOW PRICE Betty Mae Lott, 31, was arrested
Feb. 22 on a capias for battery of a
JUICE ''l PRODUCE law enforcement officer, according
fl 'c I to Lt. Aderholt. Bond was set at
e Z e $2,000 recognizance., she was released on her own /

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WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. Traffic
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Ronald Wayne Stewart 27,was arrested -
s CHILEAN RED Feb. 25 for attaching tag not
SEEDLESSGRAPES assigned and driving while license
r suspended (DWLS), according to

wo I S released Patrolman after Bob a $465.25 McGrath.surety He bond was

I I I- < was posted.

79 Sharon Kilby Nettles 30, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 2J for
: Lj : I LB. DWLS, according to Deputy
Alvarez. She was released after a
__ ALL SIZES $215.25 surety bond was posted.
T
VINE RIPE Billy Wayne Hill, 19, was arrested
IVIMYDAY; LOW PRICK IVIMYDAY LOW PRICK TOMATOESPILLSBullY Feb. 25 for reckless driving according
GENERAL MILLS SWEET MILlIunERMILK or TENDER LAYERS ALL VARIETIES to Trooper Dwain Hudson He

-e HONEY, NUTCHEEfHOS M, 9ge BANQUETDINNERS 4 $500 was bond released was posted.after a $262.50 surety

BISCUITS . ,m . ISIl"t gge
/ James Louis Jamison, 19, was arrested
MARGARINE CONCENTRATE LB. Feb. 23 on a capias charging
19
+- 3 9 ? 89'KRAFTSHARP no valid driver's license (NVDL
2 3 8 QUARTERS 2 I rVA ORANGE JUICE AlL failure to appear, according to Lt.
BUTTERMILK HOMESTYLB + Aderholt. He was released after a
14oz BOX' $189 DOWNYFLAKE Rff$149 $504 surety bond was posted.

CHEDDAR CHEESE t& WAFFLES . ; FLORIDA Bennie Dillard, 34, was arrested
'REGULAR or LIGHT I MADISON HOUSE CHICKEN, MAC t CHEESE or CARROTS Feb. 23 for DWLS, according to
CHOCO CHARM TURKEY Deputy Alvarez. He was released
MAYONNAISE '3hL 9ge GALflc 3.:9ge after a $215.25 surety bond was
II' .MI DRINK II II. POT PIES . posted.

..' WE WILL GLADLY STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE. $119
MARKETPLACE 5-LB. Timothy M. Moore 28, of Raifordwas
BAG arrested Feb. 23 for DWLS ac-
'PHARMACYWI / cording to Deputy Paris. He was
SMALL HEADLESS DELTA PRIDE GARDEN FRESH released after a $215.25 surety bond
WILL NOT 59C
K':uNpallsLY: P WHITE SHRIMP CATFISH FILLETS CELERY . STALK was posted.

Bl Luis Vargas, 59, of Hampton was
RWI N-CIXIEPHARMACY D'ANJOU arrested Feb. 25 for NVDL, according
SHOP
For Your prescription Need Our pharmacist FKHERMANS $399 \. / 8299 r PEARS uCAMPBELL'S gftc to Patrolman Allen. He wad:
,
*are available to answer your ' released after a $250 cash bond was

prescription question, adrtoe available you of have low FRESH SEAFOOD* LB. LB. posted.
cost generic
computerized record-keep-your con- e Ronnie Lee Frazier, 26, was arrested
9 7
venlence. accept U m}Jor third party FRESH OCEAN $Ou 99 CALICO $49 9 MUSHROOMS?KG.'" Feb. 23 for NVDL failure to

prescription plans Including PCS-PAID PERCH FILLETS 3 SCALLOPS . U. appear, according to Deputy
released after
and MEDIMET. Alvarez. He was aI
$120.25 cash bond was posted.

..;. Willie Louis Smith, 39, of Lawteywas

Total Food Bill Everyday I cording arrested to Sgt.Feb.Griffis.24 for Bond DWLS was, ac-set

Lowest own at $215.25 recognizance., he was released on his


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: Ii.. .,1 ''." Jeromy Hart County Winner of NRSWA Poster Contest I

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\ )" Susan Faulkiier, Recycling Ad- grade; Michael O'Neal, Southslde Adam Steveson,3rd place.3rd grade Robinson, 2nd. place; Jessica
'f visory Committee member, and Elementary 3rd grade; Rhtannon Jenae Kelley, 1st place: ; Jason Cardenas, 3rd.Hampton
I II 5th Davis, 2nd place George Teston Elementary 1st grade
Darrell O'Neal, Bradford County Bott, Starke Elementary grade. ;
; rl Recycling coordinator, have an- Grade winners by school were: 3rd place. 4th grade Carl F08terd Gregory Swan, 1st place; Rachel
._'" nounced that Bradford High School Bradford High 9th grade Andy 1st place; Linda Lee Smith, 2nd place. 2nd grade -
I _n "" '" senior Jeromy Hart is the overall Johns 1st place; Shannon Music, place; Jennifer Severs, 3rd place. Christopher Schmidt, first place;
county winner of the New River 2nd place; Lori Mosley, 3rd place. 5th grade Michelle Townsend, 1st Brandi Gatlin. 2nd place. 3rd grade-
I Solid Waste Association's Poster' 10th grade- Kristen Sapp, 1st place; place; Derek Siders, 2nd place; Crystal Murphy, 1st place; Jessica
Contest held at the NRSWA Recycl- Alex Davies, 2nd place: Tammy Emily Corblne,3rd place. 6th grade See Poster page 7B
ing Fair in Lake Butler Feb. 3. Greer,3rd place. 11th grade-Robert Nadia Hardon, lit place; Julie
to Kennedy, 1st place Carrie Manning
I The NRSWA hosted the contest ; ---
Increase student awareness of recyl- 2nd place': Marla Scott, 3rdplace -
; 12th grade -Jeromy Hart, 1st
ing.County students were asked to place; Andre Williams, 2nd place.
create posters using "Recycle, Bradford Middle School 6th DRESS>
Reduce, Reuse" as a theme. The grade Amber Brown, 1st place;
J, posters were collected and judged at Rachel Sparks, 2nd place; Jay FOR
--.J. the NRSWA Recyling Fair by out-of- Burns, 3rd place. 7th grade Molly
town fair exhibitors. O'Neal, 1st place; Katina Hampton,
"-.. Each grade from each school had 2nd place. LE$$
firstthrough third-place winners Brooker Elementary 1st grade-
who received ribbons, and either a Amanda Thomas 1st place: Winston On
t-shirt cap, or Burger King gift certificate Barnes, 2nd placeAmanda; Futch, s30; .Everything's ,
Overall school winners 3rd place. 2nd grade- Craig Height, Vis .SALE A1I The DDIo9N
received a $50 savings bond. The 1st place: Chad Thomas, 2nd place; '
overall county winner received four Time!! 3 N9z
l Disney World tickets and a $50 sav- ------------I DOT

.. ings bond. Keystone Golf 1 1
Overall school winners were:
_.__Jl Jeromy Hart, Bradford High, 12th 1 & Country Club
grade; Dana Newsome, Bradford sh _
Middle, 8th grade; Craig Height, 1
I Overall NRSWA Poster Contest county winner Jeromy Hart, Brooker Elementary, 2nd grade; 1 11 1 1 i S
center, accepts Ms award from Susan Faulkner and Darrcll Christopher Schmidt, Hampton 1 .
I O'Neal. Elementary, 2nd grade; Jeremiah / 1 e1'r uy ,
Johnson, Lawtey Community, 2nd 1SPECIAL 3 DAYS (ONLY/ e s Y
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.;. ., Antique Show 1 Mon.-Fri. 1 Friday, Mar. 2 Dot & Save A Lot!
'' Saturday, Mar. 3 '
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'1 f'' >', 1$1.000 Cart & Green 'I
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'." 1900 Eighth Annual Antiqueand Bring DRESS FOR LE$$
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; \ Collectible Show and Sale is This .
I scheduled for March 15-18 at the Coffin 111 W. Call St Starke 964-8824 ;
I' Bradford .
.. l' Preview Fairgrounds.The Sale kicks off the / For 473:4540 Cash Charge Visa &: MasterCard) Layaway

show on March 15 from 10 a.m. to 7p.m. p------------
., The show begins on Friday,
March 16 from 10 to 7
I a.m. p.m. 1 .SPECIAL POll DO-IT.YOURaI'LFERS
March 17 show hours are 10 a.m. to 7p.m. .
1 1I 1I .DlaPLA'IlIoo.
March 18 hours
\ are noon to 5 .
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available at Mitchells, Chastainsand ,,. i !A
Stumps. Tickets are good all t PATIOS CNTLOSIO
four days. The show is sponsored by ti4 .ALIsAINWCARPORTS
the Woman's Club ALUMINUM
of Starke.
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7 ALUMINUM k VINYL SIDING '
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964-6261 .. : .WINDOW.(" CI'..1T AREA SINCE 1773TINANCINa

;I Overall Bradford Middle School winner Dana Newsome, center, Is Boot Sales & Expert AVAILABLE

I presented her award by Susan Faulkner and Darrell O'Neal. Repair Work : Ei1flTI 137525001SPRING )


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March 10The GlENDA'S' SHEAR DESIGN OPEN HOUSE *


28th Annual Bradford County ...,.. __ w ,Jhujrsiday, March 1st e 9 a.m.3 p.m.
Strawberry PageantIs set for April JERMS.. ,$2 ..0l1z. ,:
; 1I..J:4: 452 2-West'.Madison Street Starke FL .
e 32091
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7, 1990 In the Bradford School
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auditorium. Ladies ages High 16-21 pick HIGHLIGHTS ':'S15.0<*: "': ,:c "',. .... .. ,

up your applications and rules from HAIRCUTBLOWDRY$10.00 *Blood Pressure Checks
Mitchell's Drugs or the Bradford jt FREE:
MEDICAL y rJME *Blood Sugar Testing
High School now Deadline for entries .
is March ID) The pageant is Joyce Only d.1 j MEDICAL *Oxygen Saturation Levels
sponsored by the Junior Womens 964-4151 118 S. Thompson St. Starke MOREINFORMATION
Club of StarkeNursing I & SUPPLIES
Courses "We I e to keep J LfgggJf!." WALK'INS WELCOME Take advantage of our
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Offered by SFCC ."ICAtt; many store specials
.J RESPIRATORY FREE Drawing for Electronic Blood
FOREMOST
During March o PRICE-WISE Sale $644637 1
Four courses to help nurses meet 1.: Liquor Stores Prices I CARE "GBrtnyiny 9& 5&_ _w-" Pressure Monitor- Value $60

Florida's continuing education requirements l\"f combine to bring you Start .- .- -
will he offered in March r '
by"Basic Santa Management Fe (Community Principles College.for LOWER PRICES 3/1 LOWEST PRICE EVER! REALISTIC* SATELLITE TV

Nurses", a course of six contact SYSTEM WITH STEREO SOUND & REMOTE
hours, will be offered March 3 from IN HOUSE.. SPECIALS THIS WEEK:
8:45 am 3 p m On March 10, Your
"Strategies for Dealing With Pain", CANADIAN lORD CALVERT '150 6,99
a course of six contact hours, will be Radio Shack Dealer's'Deliver
offered from 8:45: am til 3 pm. SKOL VODKA 1.75 9,99 .. _
"Poetry as Healer: Bibliotherapy in r- t
Nursing," a course of four contact EARLY TIMES, LTR 8.99 r.-
hours, will be March 12 from 6-10
p.m. On March 31, "Cardiovascular SEAGRAMS EXTRA' DRY GIN 1.75 12,99 :
Nursing Update" course of four L_ .
contact hours, will\I be offered from SEA GRAMS 7 CROWN LTR 8,99

6-10 There p.m.is a $16 fee for each course ABSOLUTE VODKA 80 150 11.99 k =:J _

All courses are in building W, room
229, Gainesville Campus. Call Faye 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGE
Wilson, coordinator for continuing r
education, 395-5703, 5724. *More Than 1 SO Channel ot
Starke 1 Mile North of Starke on US 301 1 .SB-Channel The> Beat In TV Horn*Audio-Only Entertainment I Memories HALF

ConservationYouth Parental"Lock of Up to 10 Channel.!
OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK "Convenient IR:Wireless' Remote Control !
All!Major' Function* Professional Installation Included

Camps GOOD COUNTRY MUSIC oKU-BandandDe.crambl8fCompaUbIe'ootMo'OriZedDi.hAntenna $99700With' $: '49 600

Now Taking Fri.f Sat., & Sun. KEYSTONE ELECTRONICS DEERFOOT PLAZA
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS HWY 21 N. Hag. Separate
ApplicationsApplications byMemphis 473-0046 Items 1995.00 STARKE HWY 301 S.
Band Tandy Service Plan Available 964.7474

for the Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission's From Gainesville -
Youth Conservation Camps are
now
available.The camps. have been in operation -- WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK

for over thirty years and serve boys LAKE AREA
and girls between the
ages of eight

week and 14.of Camping June 17 and sessions continue begin weekly the PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc. Dorman Well & Septic Tank

until August 5. Each child is limited ,
to one week stay. Registration is
$100 per child which includes meals, .
lodging and materials. CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY Inc. 1983

Youth Conservation Camps are
located in scenic, remote areas.The Physical Therapy, Occupational l Therapy -
2 & 4 in..Water Wells Service
Ocala Lake camp Eaton is in located the Ocala on the National shoreof & Speech Pathology Pumps-Sales, Installation Septic tanks, ,

Forest while the Everglades camp is Lift Stations-New Installation Drainiield '
located In the Hungryland Slough of Medicare Insurance and Worker's Compensation Repairs
the J.W. Corbett Wildlife Mange- Accepted
ment Area in West Palm Beach. Karen Lord, M.A. CCC/SP

The Commission operates the Peggy Ploatner. O.T.R. -CONTACT-, '

camps as a service to young people. Laura Hodges, P.L .
Unfortunately, the camp can only '.
accommodate approximately 100 Beth Bigelow, P.T., RN A.T.C. '
campers at each camp per week, b.R. 26 & Centre Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 275-2004
and the quota fills very fast. To In- Street 486 N. Temple Ave: .
sure enrollment, campers will needto Melrose! Florida 32666 Stark
Florida Lex Jones 275-2716
apply early.Applications. 3209 After 6 p.m. ,

475-3113 .
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may be requestedfrom 964-2208 t :
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the Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission Rt. 7, Box 440, Hours by Appointment Physician Referral' STATE LICENSURE .,ALL WORK GUARANTEED FREE ESTIMATESI
Like City FL 32055 or ((904) 758-0525.,

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his awari Brooker}. Elementary winner Craig Height,center,accepts .- I AND GENERAL REPAIR i

I Overall Southslde Elementary winner Michael O'Neal I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone Heights FL iI
presented his award.Poster 473-9543

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from page 60 I Check 'VITIIMAJOR iI
I Marshen 2nd place; Roger Mitzell, Thornton, 3rd place; Erica Johns,
3rd place; Nina Contois 3rd place. 3rd place. Change Fluid, Replace or Clean Filtor,Adjust Bands, REPAIR -
Check Vacuum,Chock U Joints Check CV Joints, .
4th grade Amy Crews 1st place; Sponsors for the poster contest 'Test
Check&Adjust Linkage Road Performance -
5th grade Hope Archey,first place; were: The Bradford County I
Erica Elbert, 2nd place. 6th grade Telegraph, Community State Bank
April Scoggins, 1st place. of Starke Guy Andrews Davis, i 9995 ,y I
Lawtey Elementary 1st grade Monk and Farnsworth and Co.,Den- .
Leslie Henry, first place; Lindsay mark Furniture Orian Wells I -
Joyner, 2nd place. 2nd grade Chevrolet-Olds, and the Bradford- (Only Valid With Coupon) Visa& Mastercard_ 1
COUPON
Jeremiah Johnson, 1st place; Mat- Union County Board of Realtors. Ms_sstisslttas tYS! 'va1 0it
thew Joyner,2nd place; 3rd grade .
Ledezman Johnson 1st place Jeffery I ,. I
Morrow, 2nd place; Sarah
Falkenberg!, 3rd place. 4th grade the of
Announcing Opening
Leigh Ann Griffin 1st place;Mandy
Taylor,2nd place;;Lynne Burch,3rd t
place. 5th grade Henry Ross, 1st rf
.. glace; Jennifer Starling,2nd place;
Reyes, 3rd place. 6th grade Bradford Family
Q ... ,< ;. Michael Traylor, 1st place; Chris
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It Michelle
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Overall Hampton Elementary winner Christopher. Schmidt Is Southslde Elementary grade-
Gina Selcore,1st
presented his award. place; Kelly Donn.
2nd place. 3rd grade Michael Pollock M.D.
O'Neal, 1st place; Ricky ,
cond lace. 4th grade Nicolas
fifll--Xi'%cIMJSW! O'Neal,1st grade; Brand!Lewis,1st Board Certified Family Physician r I
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place Brandi 2nd
&r ; Harper place;
Diane Garbor,3rd place.5th grade General, Pediatric and n .
Tiffany Donn, 1st place; Brent Adult Medicine
Pellechio. 4
Starke Elementary-Kindergarten
Travis Browning, 1st place. 1st AV MED, Medicare, PPC,
-Jessica Brumett, 1st .
Sade Patel 2nd place Amanda place; Blue Cross / Blue Shield
rr1Y Bradley, 3rd place. 2nd grade .fr
Aaron Elliot, 1st place; Lindsey I
-f t Sheffield, 2nd place; Josh Forman, 743 S. Walnut Street, Suite B
U 3rd 3rd grade Shetal Patel,
Starke Florida 32091
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Kristine Wainwright,Chapman,3rd
place. 4th grade Travis Crew, 1st
place; Mary Dugan, 2nd place. 5th Office Hours 8:30: am to 5:00: pm, Monday through Friday
grade Rhiannon Bott, 1st place;
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Searing has been named the
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,i Dodge of the board of realtors is
---- given "in order to honor those people IIi
who, by keeping their homesanO r. rad6ard 'i 1wa "'
grounds particularity beautiful,
help make our city and county a bet
ter place to live. This is the first '
time the award has been given. 4A w
HOME OF THEMONTH
"The first winner, the Searing s '
It home on 524 W. Call St., was chosen m X13 ,
f because it is a perfect example of
how a well-maintained home can re-
main an asset to the community anda
lovely palce to live in for many,
many years," Dodge said.

Mrs. Earl Perkins Searing has lived
in the home since 1920 when she
t' and her family moved there with her ,
family as a teenager. She later mar. t-
tied and became a 5th grade teacherin I

system.the She Bradford retired County from teaching school .. :......... ,.:.._.c..&.:. ... tk'IP<
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years.
Cecilia Tcrwiltegar congratulate Mr.Earl Perkins Searing for having her
the First Church of Starke
The Inhomc Medical Staff... Baptist home named Home of the Month by the Bradford.Union County Board ofRealtor
and even at 85 years of age,is still an .
I I Front row,from felt: Rhonell Erie,Darlene Plavten,Julie Austin, Bobby MarUn. Second row,from left:Carol Strickland.Broderkk active participant in church ac II IIc
CbavU,Kenneth"Skeeter" Howard.Back row, from left:Cecil: Stanley Rick Orem,C.R.T.T. tivities.



I: Inhome Medical Brings Care HomeInhome Author Best-selling to Discuss i a a 1 fUsb, ) ftrtor tfnw 1:::%

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Crack ProblemClaude Gospel Music Shop'I"r
Medical, a company "We are trying to make our patients home Medical Is covered by
which offers medical equipment and not have to go to Gainesvillefor Medicare, Howard said. Delivery is Brown, author of the 1965 132 E. Call St.(Downtown)Next To City Barber Shop Starke
'I services to in-home patients, will be meeting their healthcare needs," made free of charge, and! billing is best selling autobiography "Man- 9049644515To
hosting an open house today, March Howard said.Inhome handled through the company. child in the Promised Land," wil bea
1, at its new location next to Winn Medical, which has been guest lecturer at the University of The Good Folks In Starke and Surrounding Areas
Dixie in the Starke Plaza. located in the area for seven years, "We try to make it as easy for the North Florida Thursday,March 1,ate
"We want to get the people in to has been at its present location since patient as possible," Howard said. gown the University Theatre: X?;f. r" Guitars, Acoustic &Electric"m: t
see our new location and see whatwe September of 1989. Before moving to 'We pride ourselves on our service, will lecture on "The Crack ;'f* Tuners SlrapPOli1h Picks Strings & More! :
have to offer," said Kenneth"Skeeter" its new site, Inhome Medical was so we make that the foremost thingwe Monster: The Revolution in Inner '! \ -. Banjos Mandolins Keyboards k .v, i
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do. .: f I
Howard, located Edwards City Drug Use. "
regional on Road.
Those "
manager. Hard to Find Southern Gospel Tapes .. <;..F-
And the list of what Inhome The Inhome Medical Starke location and Old Timty Songbooks ,>

healthcare Medical has seems to offer endless.for home Am- statewide.is one The of 15 company Inhome Medicals started JR FOOD STORESKeystone Contemporary &Country Gospel Too! .. / '

bulatory aids such as canes and with one location 22 years ago in Waldo : xS< -, ; 'V ,Tambortnes, \ .,. *-V: ,*
Crescent City.Howard Heights Instructional Bodies'; Harmonicas & PA
walkers, bathroom aids and ac Amps Systems
cessories diabetic supplies,mastec- said the company's SR100W Hwy. 24 and Cole St.
tomy supplies, pediatric equipment, clientele consisted mainly of physi- NEW AND USED INSTRUMENTSCome
wheelchairs and accessories, cians and nursing services. Physi- SALEPrices By & See Us
physical therapy and exercise equip- cians prescribe certain services or
ment,and orthotic soft goods such as equipment for in-home patients and thru March 28th local Convenient Lay-A*Way Plan!
good at Food Store
contact the to have them your Jr.
knee and ankle supports are just a company _
few of the things Inhome Medical delivered. Nursing services can get BREAD EGGS DUTCH HOLLAND 6 P a ck'JBSI? WlSCOUNTTaCHVRCHES OPEN:
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I Services offered include car- company. For example, the com- 2.89 &
79 diopulmonary diagnostic testing ser- pany now offers a home I.V. therapy cd. ,
vices,pulmonary rehabilitation and service in which Inhome Medical BORDBNS 2% KIST SOFT RALLY OIL 10....TROPICAL
ambulatory electro-cardiography. A supplies the equipment and drugs, MILK DRINKS JUICE
certified respiratory therapist is and the nursing service administersthe
part of the Inhome Medical staff as service. $2.29. *1 99< ??. 790 59<
well as a certified mastectomy prosthesis ; Most of the cost of the equipment >BAju CIGARETTES > Aluminum &
fitter. f* and services offered through In- ,,,'.?,} ,',, ._ CARTON DO CIGARETTES" ....
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Band are scheduled to appear at the for adults, $3 for children under 12. Vt
Spirit of the Suwannee Park on Camping sites are also available.The t*

March Bluegrass 2. veteran Paul Adkins park is located on Highway Purple Gator Western Wear
129 seven miles north of Live Oakand
Harrell.has played. several years with Bill near 1-75 and 1-10. For reserva- Hw/301 S. Starke 9644809Next = 1 r. .

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..' .t retired from the top position at
A J ..r'W Union Correctional Institution(UCI)
Wednesday Feb. 28, with just over
30 years service.
d. \\t trix Rising from an entry level position
f (tower guard) in 1960, to one of the
-" ; 9' .' nssdet >+Ifl.alt" i top institutional positions in the correctional
--, i system Is proof that doing
,\, one's Job and taking advantage of
educational opportunities continues
"'{I! to be the path of success.
,! '." Y 7" Ellis, a high school graduate,
l.__ :, : i' ''Mfc.: .tr -... .,i 4.,. began taking college courses at the
'. ':" ; -L -/UJ.. : ,j'I I =_ institution, offered by Lake City
.. and receivedhis
Community College
LCS Majorettes Receive Superior.. associate of arts degree in 1970.
The Uwtoy Community School Ma.JolrettneelN a wawfer ratbw. .*tt.,.17 FVA Solo and Eiuembfo Contort toCalneavUk. In 1976 Ellis received his bachelor's
.The group Instructed by Cheryl AtkluM,w*|,tm*fan*chatMeraphlnx aUl'CIUtJThe glrb ate degree from Florida State University
front row from left Jonl Grit la,Alicia FUghaam j...*Rte from bf..Vnfa4a Bel......Dana WUkln.cn Chrbtlna .
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Grower,Amy Blom. : Ellis moved up through all the c. .. ,'......__ .. _,; -. '. .w" '.
-- wwwwl ewrn.,MV wNq/aww.. ooui positions in the Custodial Depart-
-... ment, to become chief custodial officer Retirement Party...
,with the rank of colonel in 1974.
-- Three years later.In 1977 Ellis moved Retiring Supt. Marion Ellis is being congratulated by DOC Secretary
..... into administration transferringto Richard Dugger. Assistant to the Secretary Vernon $fi. .ford is. in
... R Hillsborough Correctional Institution background.
L (HCI) as assistant superintendent. Approximately 200 friends of Superintendent Ellis:; gathered at the UCI
.- training! building,Saturday Feb. 24,and gave him 9 rousing tend-off, into
1IiCIif _P' When Superintendent Paul Gunning retirement. '
__,r .:' it vacated the top position in HCI, A delegation from the DC Central Office in Tallahassee, Including
y, Ellis became superintendent of the Secretary Richard Dugger.attended the party,in addition to employees
-- I facility and remained there until and former employees of the Department.Ellis .
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_N&if.. \ : t[ 1983 when he returned to north .
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Baker '-'OrrecUonallnltltution.I and his wife, Loedith Griffis years. '
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I Although eligible for retirement, Ellis, plan to leave on a four month When the. AJaska)frip.ll over, they
----J} # ,. s I I Ellis stayed on to fulfill the dream of trip to Alaska In May, driving a new will return to thwr! baiO* In. Baker I
___ I heading up UCI the flagship of four-wheel drive pick-up truck, pull Count, on CR42Ljt f* --If ,, I I Florida correctional facilities thus ing a travel trailer. The couple has two too, ptvid and Dean,
'f f V r j / rt ending his career where it began. been planning the trip for several are employ\ in.e t $ct pits,
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The LCS Jan Dancer aIM received a cvperior rating at ihs Fab. 17 F1A$ I.....Eoamfcb ConteC The group'* I
fautmctor.Cheryl Atklnion and choreographer.. Dow..*fara4 v Tkf gels at.rent row,from left,Erika King i
Harridelle Halle.Second row from left Ray.Paa>tt.MtiHaia RaOey.lad KOforo.MIkel CuII......Back row,from left. I
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Library to Hold ,

Prom Planning I

Session Mar. 26 II I


Planning on dancing 'till dawn?
Come to the Bradford County '
Public, Library Monday March 26, ; ..
from 6:30 to 8 p.m., to learn all the _
'! ins and. outs of-preparing the _

prom.Several. business will be -- --- ,-- .. __n_.__ ..,.*. .._-,
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hand to answer your questions,from
BMS Receive ..
head to toe attire to Majorettes Superior.
83 Chevy Chevette >$99S more information transportation.For on how to The Bradford Middle School Majorette luperlor rating the IDA Sol and tMM.CwW ha4f.K 17.
4 Cyl.. 5 Speed. A/C. #3187 solve your prom planning butractor for the Majorette It Tammy McCormick. The glrU are front row, from left.UAni OrHwv Etta..DIt..... I
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Arrests In Bradford County

right persons were arrested dur- $10,000. a, Come CelebrateMOONLIGHT I
ing Operation Hock Pile IV in Brad! Terry S. Watkins aka Terry
ford County February 22 and :.//:1.: Tyson, 2:1: of 1101 S. Water St,Starke.
The undercover operation resulted charged with sale of cocaine and
in the arrests of seven adults and one possession of cocaine, according to MADNESS
Juvenile who sold rocks of cocaine 10undt'rcover Lt. Aderholt and Deputy Alvare/

I officers The charges Included Delray I,. Covington, 21, of Route: _
cocaine sale and/or posses Box 56, Starke, charged with sale of
sion. Eighteen 'rocks' of cocaine cocaine and of cocaine,
possession
were seized by members of Bradford !- according to Lt. Aderholt. With Us Frl. & Sat.
County Sheriff's Departmentand Robert Pittman, Jr., 20, of Route ::1
agents of Florida Department of Box 16, Starke, charged with possession
I Law Enforcement, according to of cocaine and possession of

Sheriff Arrested Kenneth were G.James Etheridge.Martin 22 drug Aderholt.paraphernalia,according to!Lt. No Down Payment on Any Sony or Fisher i

of 1194 Crum Si, Starke, chargedwith Robert Demps, :38, of 1010 .E.
sale of a counterfeit substance Brownlee St., Starke, )
charged with For 25
in lieu of cocaine, according to U. possession of cocaine and possessionof TV Bought This Weekend. Register :
David A. Aderholt. Martin drug
was additionally paraphernalia, according to
charged with possession of Lt. Aderholt. Free Movies To Be Given Away.. Each DayMovie
drug paraphernalia with bond set at The juvenile was charged with
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$5,000. sale of cocaine and possession of co- I

James Williams, 37, General caine. .. .. .. .. ..... ", '. ... .. ..,,', .. ,.... '
Delivery, Lawtey, charged with sale Bond was set at $ ,(CHIO on each == ",i.' : ;: : .i. ,,:""' : : :: .. :: : : ',' :. :.'\\ .. .'. : : : \ : :I ::" -i: =
of a counterfeit substance in lieu of charge. All delemlents remain in
cocaine,according to Lt. Adorholt. A custody except Covington who was ; I
charge of possession of drug! released after a $5,000 surety bond == mow iHlff -=
paraphernalia was placed against was posted. a
Williams by Chief Deputy Pat
Henry. Bond was set at $'),(M)0) Warrants were issued Feb. 26 for =
Walter C. Harmon, 39, of 1504 E Oracle Carter Barnes and Williams
F.slelle St. Starke, charged with sale Noel Addison, charging them with FREE Rent 1 Rent 3 !
of cocaine and possession of cOt'aine. sale of a controlled substance and
according to Lt Aderholt and Deputy possession of a controlled/ substancewith HorrorMovie Movies for ==
Roman Alvarez. Harmon was ad bond set at $5,000 on each
ditional charged with failure wile charge, according to Lt. Adeiholt. Get $5.5O Get 2 !
a fine ($12025)) for driving Barnes was released after a .1,000 ,
license suspended. Bond was set at surety bond was posted. Rental
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The following individuals appeared Jeremy Scott Peres charged with 1t"j
before Judge George II. DWLS; case dismissed, return bond. '. '.' ".'. ,. : :
Pierce in Bradford County Traffic James Madison Pybas pled guilty
i Criminal Court Feb. 16 where their DWLS; pay $52 and present valid
cases received final disposition. license or pay $120.25. : G.E. RECONDITIONED ;
Alfred Kolle pled guitly expired
Diane
Lynn Carroll was found drivers license more than four mon-
guilty driving under the influence ths; costs suspended.Alex .
(DUI) : fined $537.50, license
suspended six months, R. Simmons pled guilty I AUDIO
attend DUI NVDL, costs suspended. VIDEO SALEAll
school, 50 hours community work Simmons charged with unlawful =
Tri County supervision one year. speed, attend defensive driving

driving William while Kenefick license Day pled suspended guilty school.Levi) Simmons pled guilty NVDL; Products Have New Warranty!
(DWSL) I
for time;served.eight days in jail, credit present valid. license and pay $52 or
$120 25.
Howard Len Jones pled guilty pay Simmons -,-.._.. ==
unauthorized possession of driver's pled guilty ran stop
license; eight days in jail, credit for sign; $52 court costs. ,
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time served. Demetri O. Slocum pled guilty _l 1\1.\'. ,- '.. .. ..-...... I
i June Johnson Haddock pled guilty DWLS; fined $120.25. .. /
expired tag more than four months; Laura Box Padgett pled guilty '" rn "
presented valid tag, costs suspended DWLS; presented valid license, i
i dismissed. costs suspended.Padgett tl I
Vincent L. Alexander pled guilty pled guilty expired tag
a
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improper tag; $50 court costs. more than four months; presented 26"i
Thomas Robert Arnold pled no valid tag, costs suspended.

contest improper tail lights; $52 Matthew Shannon Smith pled guilty
I court costs, Tri County supervision DWLS; fined $146.50. _
Mark William Stone pled guitly '
Arnold pled no contest DWLS; fined DUI; fined $437.50, license suspended / I
$120.25, Tri County supervision. six months, attend DUI school, 50
hours community- work.. Tri County. .. !
"Barry Boswell pled guilty no valid supervision.
drivers license (NVDL) ; fined Harold E. Waters pled guilty
$120.25, Tri County supervision 60 DWLS; presented valid license, DAZZLING DIGITAL VIDEO EFFECTS -
days. costs suspended. == -
Thomas J. Drawdy pled guilty Joyce A. White'pled no contest -
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DWLS; presented valid license, fin- NVDL; present valid license and =
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days. A. White charged with open I Flying erase head with video/audio dubbing!! CONVENIENT ON-SCREEN DISPLAYS
Drawdy NVDL container driver dismissed.
pled guilty ; ; \ .
;;;; Variable speed shutter $999 _
presented valid license, dismissed. Wesley Noel White pled guilty .
Drawdy pled guilty unlawful DWLS; $52 court costs. 5.E' Built-in speaker Digital remote control _-
speed; fined $128. Baby Joe Beard found guilty DUI; MTS Stereo sound
Drawdy pled guilty no tag, $52 fined $437.50, license suspended six i= .. 5-ack| audio/video monitor panel
court costs. Tri County supervision months, 50 hours community work, .
60 days. attend DUI school,Tri County super- = 147-channel capable tuner
Mark Phillip Durgin pled guilty vision one year.
DWLS; presented valid license, pay Frank James Sauko charged with ; / NEW FOR ONLY
$52 court costs. NVDL; present valid license and ,
Durgin pled guilty leaving scene of pay $52 court costs or pay $120.25. '
accident; dismissed. Ronald Walter Gulley pled no con- '
Durgin pled guilty failure to use test DWLS; fined $146.50.
due care; $52 court costs. George Frazier Mullins pled no ; :
Alphonso C. Flowers pled guilty contest DWLS; presented valid L746"t i
NVDL; produce valid license and license, dismissed. :
pay $52 or pay $120.25. Cisro Bernard Pinckney pled no ? !
Bradley B. Gilhousen pled guilty contest DWLS; ten days in jail, =
DWLS; fined $120.25. credit for time served. I <<
Gilhousen pled guilty improper Robert James Alig pled no contest ,
display of tag; dismissed. DUI; fined $700, license suspended ;
Henry Joseph Gros pled no contest five years, ten days in jail, credit for E1 1u/ ti
NVDL; presented valid license, time served In vista Pavillion, Tri | LL-.t
costs suspended.Gros County supervision one year. i
pled no contest unlawful Frederick A. Williams charged ';
speed; will attend defensive driving with DUI, pled no contest wilful- ;
school. wanton reckless driving; fined
Donald Richard Hall charged with $120.25, 60 days court probation. 1/1
tag; $52 court costs. Williams pled no contest. unlawful
Leslie Gordon Johnson found guilty speed, fined $112.Misdemeanor. i
DWLS; fined $120.25, Tri County =. ,
== Two-element black matrix picture screen
supervision 60 days. Division i a7
Keith Leroy Jones pled guilty improper Wilma S. Bennett pled guilty issu- :1 i Comb tiller '
display of tag; six days in ing worthless check ($52.01 Wmn i I== MTS Stereo sound with SAP "'"-""
jail, credit for time served. Dixie); restitution has been made, dbx* noise reduction
Jones pled guilty DWLS; six days pay $52 court costs. : /
in tail with credit (concurrent). Mary Alice DeSue pled guilty petit :: 147-channel cable-compatible tuner
Jones pled guilty DWLS; six days theft; Tri County Probation 60 days, 5-ack| monitor panel
in jail, concurrent. fine at2Q.2$, .'f f not paid in 60 days i TV/VCR remote control{ $1699
Jones ten .
found guilty Improper :
equipment; six days in jail, concur John Michael Flowers pled no contest ,i dbi ll I nglilirtd trademark of db>* Ine CONVENIENT ON-SCREEN DISPLAYS
hunting deer or turkey with gun ;
rent.Robert Donald Lyons and light; fined $150. 36-button TV/VCR remote
pled guilty
NVDL; $52 court costs. Cheryl Gwinn pled no contest issu- :5 MTS Stereo sound
ing worthless check ($108 Wmn Dixie : $ .
William David Marchant .
pled ): pay restitution within 60 days I 5-jack audio/Video/ monitor panel 549
guilty leaving scene of accident; fined and will .
$120.25, Tri County 60 days. dismiss. w._ 147-channel cable-compatible_tuner
Gwinn pled contest
Marchant pled guilty NVDL fined no Issuing wor-
; thless check ($55.03 i==
Winn
$120.25, Tri County 60 days con- Dixie); =
secutive. pay restitution within 60 days and

backing Marchant; fined pled$52.guitly improper will Audrey dismiss.Arlene Irons pled guilty :;:;

Marchant pled guilty DWLS fined petit theft; costs suspended. i 1ProFect'
$120.25, Tri County supervision.; Mary L. Johnson pled guilty issu- 5 e.I. VHS HI-FI STEREO
ing worthless check I.
Marchant ($19.84 Winn :
pled guilty container .
open Dixie) 1
driver; fined $52. costs ; restitution has been made, = 4-head system
Shawn Douglas Miller charged suspended. Flying erase head
Geoffrey B. Thompson charged |
dismissed.with NVDL, unlawful speed; with selling freshwater fish without Video/audio dubbing $349

Gary Leroy Nass pled guilty permit; dismissed. i Remote programming with
Robert Wallace charged with : s t s
DWLS; present valid license and on-screen displays New
disposing or removing
property
pay $52. under lien: dismissed. .. !
Arthur Bruce Norris charged with Lucinda Bee Moore (Crawford) pied -
unlawful alteration of tag; continued guilty violation of probation; Tri
30 days to present valid tag and be County will do modification. \
dismissed. Dewayne Edward McBride pled .
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ObituariesEdna
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IY+t' B. MooreMrs. Sapp Cemetery,near Raiford,under Jones Chapel on Thursday, March I,
2WIt ) the direction of Archie Tanner with Rev. Leamon Ward
<, 'f1J-l'o! Edna Browning Moore,83,of officiating.
; Funeral Home of Starke. Burial
will be later
Port Charlotte, died Sunday. Feb. at a date. Jones
25, at her daughters home. Born and Funeral Home of Keystone Heights
Mrs. E. Roller Is
Daisy
raised In Bradford County Mrs. in charge of arrangements.
Moore moved to Port Charlotte In Mrs. Daisy E. Roller, 67, of the Maxine D.
the past year due to ill health. She McRae area of Lake Geneva, died Alley
was the widow of the late Maxie Tuesday, Feb. 27, in Alachua' Mrs. Maxine Douglas Alley, 75, of
Moore and was a member of the General Hospital, Gainesville, Starke,died Saturday morning,Feb.
t- Northaide Baptist Church of Starke. following an extended illness. Bornin 24, at her home following an extended -
Survivors Include two sons, John Nashville TN,Mrs. Roller movedto illness. Born in St. Marys, Ohio,
E. Moore of Anthony, and Herman the area in 1965 from Jackson she moved to Chattanooga, Ten
E. Moore of Milton; two daughters ville. She was of the Baptist faith nessee where she lived until moving
Mrs. Anna L. James of Brooker andMrs. and was a retired registered nurse. to Starke about 15 years ago. She
Carolyn M. Cook of Port Survivors Include one son, Homer was the widow of the late William
Charlotte; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby E. Roller of Pensacola; two Arch Alley and she was of the Bap-
Rosier of Ralford and Mrs. Beulah daughters, Eva Miller of Keystone tist faith.
Norman of Lawtey; one brother Heights and Doris Ellen Roller of Mrs. Alley is survived by one son
David Browning of Starke; 20 grand Nashville, TN; two brothers, Roy William Douglas Alley of Starke andone
children and 19 great grandchildrenand Aldridge of Jacksonville and Homer daughter, Mrs. Sandra Lynn
t one great-great grandchild. Aldridge of Jackson, Miss.; two Dowling. also of Starke and two
Funeral services will be held sisters, Louise Martin and Lilly grandchildren.
Thursday morning Mar. 1, at 11 Braswell, both of Nashville, TN and Graveside funeral services for
a.m. at the Chapel of Archie Tanner four grandchildren. Mrs. Alley were held at 11 a.m.
Funeral Home with Rev. James Funeral services for Mrs. Roller see Obituaries 12BMobite
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Virgil Ellis Wright, 29, was arrested RICK WELLS
Feb. 22 for failure to appearfor .. Pastor Larry Easton Jr. Central Manager Panasonic
DWLS, according to Deputy THURSDAY 7:30 P.M. -"Changing Trlala Into :Motorola
Alvarez. He was released after a triumph (A steles of menage providing insight
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Trooper Hudson. Bond was set at
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recognizance.Frederick to triumph and SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. "Faith that overcome*" (th*
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Steele, 39, was arrested W savour f hisknou4iea <9
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County charge), according to Deputy Phone Number 468-2355
Alvarez. He was released after a "
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$215.25 surety bond was posted.

Sherry Kelly Clemons, 23, was arrested
Feb. ,22 for DWLS accordingto 4'Z

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Earl Wade-Godwin, 19,>was.-arrested .

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Herbert Edward Herndon 23, was
arrested Feb. 22 for failure to pay MAR. 3Stephen
unlawful tag, according to Deputy I ,I
Jason Bennett. He was released
after a $52 cash bond was posted. I

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Clarence D. Bowen 26, was ar-
rested Feb. 22 for failure to pay 2
DWLS, according to Deputy
Alvarez.

Connie Jo Spradling, 46, was ar- 468-2624 Collect Calls Accepted ,,
rested Feb. 22 for NVQL, accordingto
Deputy Alvarez. Bond was set at 7 miles South of Starke

$250, she was released on her own 4 Miles North of Waldo on 301
recognizance.

Delvin Hill Thomas, 23, was ar- Treated Lumber Plywood Hardware
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Alvarez. Bond was set at $120.25.

Damon J. Whitaker, 25, was arrested HOURS:
Feb. 23 for DUI (second offense W Mon.-Fri. 8:005:30Sat.

), according to Patrolman 8:00 3:30
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Harry Eugene Bendley was found ; II s !.. .i'l:. \ 'i \.' to: .
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Feb. 27, in Chattanooga p.m. Thursday, Mar. 1, at Masters Starke; two brothers, Donald ner and staff City Police Depart- Final
Memorial Park In Chattanooga, TN Funeral Home, Palatka, with burialin Hodges of Starke and Henry Hodgesof ment, Bradford County Sheriff's Rites for C.C. Anderson,
with Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof Etoniah Cemetery, Bardin community Lawtey. Department, Emergency Medical
Starke In charge of ar- near Palatka. Funeral services were held Fri Unit, Division of Forestry Smyrna Veteran Educator Set March 3
rangements. day Feb. 16, in the Maryland Baptist Church and au the friends
T. Edwards
Coy
Veterans Cemetery Chapel, Clinton,
and
neighbor Polk
Annie M. King Memorial services were held at Md. under the direction of Lee The on Street. Charles C. Anderson,72,a veteran Technical School.In 1975 he became
Mrs. Annie Mae Klngb 69, of the VA Nursing Home, Gainesville, Funeral Home. Full military honors Broughton FamilyWe educator with 40 years spent In the assistant principal of Bradford High
Lawtey, died 27, at on Friday, Feb. 16, by the family of were observed in Cheltenham. Md. Bradford County school system, School,resigning this position in 1979!
1 her home on Crawford Road follow- Coy T.Edwards of Brooker, Florida. would like to thank everyone died Friday, Feb. 23, at Alachua to retire. '
ing a brief illness. Born In Lawtey Mr. Edwards died at the VA Nurs- Mrs. Effie M.CooperMrs. for their prayer* and visits during Care Center of complications Professor Anderson served in the
Mrs. King was a lifetime resident of ing Home on Dec. 25 1989. He had Effie Masters Cooper, 62, of the long illness of our loved one Max- resulting from emphysema. A U.S.Army during World War II,and
Lawtey, was a member of Union lived at the home for the past six and Starke, died Sunday, Feb. 25, in ie Tanner. Special thanks to Grace native of Florida, he had lived at was'a member of American Legion
Primitive Baptist Church and was a one half years.Ironically Bradford Hospital following a long Methodist ,Church, friends and Hastings before moving to Lawtey Post No. 314 and Philadelphia Bap-
retired strawberry farmer and Coy passed away on illness. Born in Starke, Mrs. Cooperhad neighbors who so quickly respondedto 50 years ago.Professor tist Church of Lawtey,where he wasa
housewife. Christmas Day, as did his mother, been lifelong resident of the our need at the time of his death deacon. He had won awards from
Survivors Include six daughters, Alice Edwards on Christmas, 1976.! She a member of with food, money, flowers, phone Anderson, as he was the Bradford Student Council and his
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Helen Howard Diane Walker, Kit Funeral services! were held at New area.Baptist was Church a and was a calls and visits. All are precious known, began his career here In 1939as church.
ten Rewis and Shirley King, all of River Baptist Church near Brookeron homemaker. memories we will always a teacher at Lawtey Training Survivors include his wife Alice
Jacksonville, Judy King of Lawteyand Dec. 28, burial in adjoining remember. God bless each of you. School which was later renamed ;
Survivors include her husband,
a son, Alphonso; and a sister AnnieB.
Anderson School in his honor,
cemetery.Survivors Special thanks to Rev. Hoak as
Cleo of Starke two ,
Sapp ; sons Hubert two .
L. Cooper daughters Anderson
; all of and
Lawtey; one
John King of Starke and Tommy include three sisters, Linda J. Dixon and Brenda A. O'berry for the beautiful service. principal. After his school was closed
King of Lawtey; two brothers Georgia Frank of Gainesville, Burns all of Starke three Special thanks to the Upjohn Staff due to mergers in the school granddaughter.
William and Romie Crawford of Virginia Lee of Mcintosh and Flora and; Arthur sons W. for their service,the Bradford Coun- system he became principal In 1964 Funeral services will be held at 11a.m
Lawtey; one sister, Leona Potts of Kelley of Wildwood, Florida; two Lester W. of Ruis Starke and Alson C. ty Sheriff's Department for their at the old RJE school Starke untilit Saturday, March 3, in
Cocoa; 13 grandchildren and 11 nephews, nine nieces, and a numberof MastersJr. ; S.C. assistance. Special thanks to Archie also closed due to the integrationof Philadelphia Baptist Church with
Masters of Charleston,
great grandchildren. great nieces and nephews. ; one Tanner Funeral Home and staff for schools. He then transferred to the the pastor, Rev. Cain Turner, of
Griffis of Starke
brother, Russell
; all the kindness and comfort shownto County District office ad- in
as an ficiating. Arrangements are
Funeral services will be held at 1pm.
in Union Primitive Baptist James Hodges, Sr. one sister, Pearl Kelly of Starke; 11 Maxie for the last six years, we ministrator,and later became assistant charge of Carl Haile Funeral iTtrnie,
and two grand-
grandchildren great
Church on Friday, Mar. 2,with Rev. Mr.James D. Hodges,Sr.,71,died children. love you all. director at the Vocational- Starke.GLOBAL .
Harry Brooker, Rev. David in Forestville, Md. after a long illness Funeral services for Mrs. Cooperwere The Family of -
Crawford and Rev. Gene Bass of ,He was born in St. George Ga. held at 4 p.m. in Airpark Bap- Maxie TannerIn
ficiating. Burial will be in Dyal and moved with his family to tist Church on Tuesday, Feb. 27,
Cemetery under the direction of Heilbronn Springs at age 2 where he with Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. Loving Memory S1
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. lived until age 17, when he joined the Burial was in Crosby Lake Of My Beloved Mother
C.C.C. Cemetery under the direction of Gertie EuniceIt's
Inez J. Crews He joined the U.S. Navy just
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. bttn a tnet have
before World War II and for year you left :I
i Mrs. Inez J. Crews, 67, of Starke, several served to bt In the hands 0/Je.us. Hwy. 90 W. Lake City FL
died Tuesday, Feb. 27 in Alachua years.Survivors include his wife, But ttill hardly a day BOil by that I
General Hospital, Gainesville, Almeda, four daughters, Joyce Bequeath Cardsof you don't enter my mind.
following a long illness. A native of Judith Witherow, Josephine Your loving ton, a
{ Palatka, Mrs. Crews had lived in Reigle and Jeannie Day, all of ThanksThe Julius .
Starke for 28 years. She was a Maryland; two sons, James D., Jr. t({;) 1 I 1 I Ili
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Survivors include her husband children; six sisters Edna Norton, Sr. wishes to express heartfelt 1 a
Marion L. Crews Jr., one brother Kingsley Lake Carrie Smith, Green thanks for all the prayers, food and '
Eugene Lawrence, Palatka; one Cove Springs,Dorothy Sweat,Orlando flowers given at the Iu3s of our loved Get Results! (@J) .
I sister Ilean Morse, also of Palatka. Mary Gibson of Lake Butler, one. A special thanks to Archie Tan-. r 1 r'' I p
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