Bradford County telegraph
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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 8, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SECTION 10 !00.. SINCE 1879
.. Herd Now. .
Windy March weather Is in store for the weekend, with breezy Idltortali. ...,... -- .r. /7>
and gusty winds coming from the east bringing abundant clouds Social.SA I ....
but not much rain. School Nvn.*.'A I I _

not Heavy affect rains!our area and snow Temperatures In the mid-west?will "be will cooler move today northward, Thursday and t t.aal:2': ::::::: ::: ::::::: t : \\l/ /r'r'J,,_I.,. .'_. '. n

March 8, but will return to the mid 70s Friday and may reach 80 by 'I)//: J.- ;i y .
Sunday. Lows will be In the middle Ms throughout the weekend.sECrtoN Bi It Po'.. // ', i., .. x
Rain chance is about 20% for the period. V.-T chNwi.1.12. h",-. 11. J / / F) ;
Tides at St. Augustine will be ...dford..e..2. II < r It'"
high at 8:00 Saturday and "W r
morning Crlmo ..:3.10B r ? /'J '
again around 7:43: In the evening. Area Now. ,4.125 M If. .

daylight Sunrise hours this morning lib was at *M and sunset at 6:33': making the ObltuarlM' The Sweetest S traWbe. .. /- /
long. CloMlllmlAdi.BB .
We will have a full moon Sunday, March 11. School He_. . .. .. .. .10.11B 1I0th Year STARKE,FLORIDA / /
34th issue Thursday. March 8. 1900
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f Worth Independent Hearing Officer Requested for Hearing on IncineratorAn I

independent hearing officer from the says he will ask the Division of Ad- Bradford County Economic Development dentoi Thermo Environmental Systems, Inc.,
L Noting Department of Administration will be namedfor ministrative Hearings to assign an officer to Corp. for the corporation. was also notified.
a public hearing on a proposed! hazardous conduct the public hearing. The date of the Medford Connelly, president of the Starke- Respondents were notified of the procedures
waste incinerator in Starke's Enterprise Park hearing has not been set. Bradford County Chamber of Commerce, for' for obtaining a transcript of the
Girl Scout Cooktos. the Department of Environmental Regulationhas Six letters, representing Individuals and the Chamber public hearing proceedings. An official
.. mailed from Starke ask- Terence transcript is required in event a party wishesto
said It intends to permit. organizations were Brown, attorney for the City of
Girl Scout cookies have arrived "That's great," said Terry Brown, attorney ing for the public hearing, provided for in the Starke, for the city and as an individual.Bob file an exception to any finding of fact made
by the Department DER).
and are available in cookie booths legal published in The Telegraph Feb. 8.
for the City of Starke. A hearing officer In- adt
located in various Ferguson, editor of The Telegraph, as In a letter to Chairperson Claire Capps, at-
places dependent from DER should provide a more The ad set off a flurry of activity, with city an individual. torney Brown has also requested the Starke
throughout Bradford and Union unbiased hearing, Brown thinks. and county commissioners responding to the Fredrick Replogle, attorney Public Board of Adjustment) to review the decision
Counties. Look for them.
DER notified all concerned parties that notice that individuals and others with a Defender's Office, as an Individual. by Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal, in which
Lunch Bunch... Secretary Tom Pelham has decided not act as substantial interest could petition for a public Richard Powers, attorney for county com- he determined that zoning is permissible for
hearing officer In the upcoming public hear- hearing.Those. missioners, for the Board of County Commis- the Incinerator.
The Lunch Bunch will meet at ing concerning the proposed incinerator to be seeking a public hearing are: sioners. O'Neal said the issue will come before the
the First Prebsytertan Church, Fri- located in Enterprise Park. Instead, Pelham Ray Navitsky, executive secretary for the By copy of the letter, Robert V. Lee, presl- Board of Adjustment in its April meeting.
day noon March 9, for a covered
dish luncheon. Everyone is Invitedto
come and enjoy the fellowship. Grand
Jury Charges

Car Wash... 21Lrr

A car wash is planned Saturday
March 10, on the Community State Against Marvin Rosier

Bank Parking Lot, being at 9
a.m. Proceeds go to
Revival Center at Heilbronn Spr- Thrown Out of Courtby
ings. $2 per car. I' $i;
UCAP Potluck... ,_! Buster Rahn evidence. This element of the of-
fense has not been alleged in the In-
United Citizens Against Pollution stir Staff WriterBradford
invites all members and County Judge George dictment, therefore, the indictment
supporters does not crime Shaw
represent a ,
to a pot luck dinner, Saturday, Pierce dismissed the indictment wrote in one motion.Background. .
March 10, 4-6 p.m., at the Raiford against former Lawtey Mayor Mar
Community Center. Call JoAnn, ,p vin Rosier Tuesday, March 6, ...
Ph. 964-5672 for Information. primarily because he found the state
Florida laws provide that grand
law under which Rosier was charged -
LPA Association... : &i is unconstitutional, because it jurors or those appearing before the
prohibits freedom of speech. grand Jury, can never reveal what
Licensed Practical Nurses Following Rosier's indictment was said or heard while the grand

Association of Florida, Inc., will January 26, Gov. Bob Martinez Circuit in session. However, the 11th
hold an organizational meeting, suspended him from the Lawtey Court of Appeals has found
Wednesday, March 14, at 6 p.m., In council. the statute unconstitutional in a
the Upjohn Healthcare Services When the Lawtey council Florida case that is now before the
327 NW 23rd Avenue Gainesville. Court.
reorganized following the Dec. 6,
Call Andrea Kirby,Ph. 373-7539 for 1989 election It offered to return Attorney Shaw told Judge Pierce
information. the 11th Circuit has found the law
% un-
$ Rosier to the Mayor's position,
Antique Show.{. he declined, saying he planned to constitutional constitutional., and Thirty-seven it is presently states un
for commissioner in the
run county
The Starke Woman's Club will elections. do not forbid disclosure of grand

hold its 8th annual Antique and Col. ; upcoming Rosier was indicted for telling jury proceedings, Shaw told Pierce.
lectible show, at the Fairgrounds, S r t about his treatment before the grand Assistant State Attorney Tony
March 15-18. See story in B Sectionof Julian said Rosier disclosed
true bill returned -
jury, following a no
The Telegraph. testimony before the grand jury ses-
# s e In a case concerning former
sion had ended. Julian the ses-
'3 BEA Dinner.., V 4-J 1. Lawtey Clerk Queenie Robinson. sion continues to run, and will not
r Rosier was represented before end until May 8.
Education Commissioner pettyy Judge Pierce by Attorney Gene
Judge Pierce found the grand Jury
Castor will be the :speicet Shaw, who presented three motionsfor session had ended in itaopigtnal pur-
at the BEA legislative dinner, dismissal- that Fla. Statute the Investigation of formerLawtey
scheduled for Thursday, March 15, 905.27 ((1989) is unconstitutional, that pose Clerk Queenie Robinson,
at 7 p.m., in the Armory on Edwards the facts presented lack merit for a and that regardless, the charge

Road. case, and because the charges came against Rosier was "an infringe-
Reps. George Crady and Chance after the grand jury decided not to ment on the First Amendment's
Irvine will also address the group. r'.v indict former clerk Robinson. freedom of speech."
Tickets, $10. Call 964-5285 for "The Statute as applies In this ac- Judge Pierce said he had a "burn-
reservations. tion, deprives the Defendent of his ing question" concerning why the
.t right to freedom of speech a indicted
defendent was on a chargeof
Jefferson Day... __
guaranteed under the Florida Con- disclosing testimony but the
Bradford County's first Jefferson stitution and the United States Con newspaper which printed the con-
Day Meeting on the U.S. Constitu- Top Grade Earners at Bradford High School... stitution. versation, the Bradford County
tion will be held Friday and Satur- "Fla. Statute 905.27 ((1989) is an not also Indicted.
The itralght-A students at Bradford High School for Prevatt and In rear Jimmy Parado. Telegraph, was
day March 16-17. at the BBSAuditorium. the third six-weeks are u-rs Seated and standing around the top. from the left: unconstitutional infringement on theDefendent's Judge Pierce dismissed the indict-
Outstanding speakers, Deana Holiday Brenda Williams Jeff Johns. Brian fundamental rights of ment, paving the way for Gov. Mar
discussions and debates will be Seated the middle on steps In front, Danielle Smith Canova Scott Duncan Brian McChesney, Joel Caren, free speech, which is assured by the tinez to reinstate Rosier to his posi-
heard. Reservations may be made and and Erica Pfennlger; In the middle Marie Green Andy Smith, and Heather Safer. single admonition that no law shall" tion on the Lawtey council. The posi-
by writing P.O. Box 113, Starke, and seated in back are Steven Thornton and Dottle Not present for photo: Janice Davie. be made abridging in motion.this freedom, tion has not been filled.
32091. .Shaw wrote one
In a second motion to dismiss, In the Beginning...
Family Fun Day... Shaw states the indictment is vague
Last a city employee told
Inter-Agency Family Fun 15 Earn Straight-A's at BHS and indefinite, and that he is unableto Mayor Rosier year that Clerk Robinsonhad
Festival day Is set from 10 a.m. to prepare a defense based on the received vacation pay in lieu of

2 p.m., Saturday March 17, in the vague- and ambigious indictment fil- time off, and had drawn overtime

SFCC Andrews Center parking lot. Fifteen Bradford High students,or Juniors... Sophomores... against him. pay.
The of the festivities fa to student The motion to dismiss questions When confronted. Robinson claimed -
purpose 1.37 percent of the 1,090-member -
Joel R. Caren son of Ms. Patricia Janice E. Davie daughter of Mr. whether the grand jury was ongoingat
teach people about the services body; earned straight-A's for Davie to have worked in excess of 28
Caren of Brooker. Caren is enrolledin and Mrs. Richard of Keystone time the unlawful disclosureswere
available in the suchas the hours week and due overtimepay
community, six-weeks a was
the third grading period
Latin II, honors English III, Heights. Miss Davie is enrolled in Introduction made, saying the defendant
medical educational drawn at the regular hourly
governmental which ended Jan. 17. ,
woodwind band III II
to computers, Spanish should be of whether the
and recreational services. apprised rate, not time and half.
Another 76 BHS students, or 6.97 chemistry andhonors
global studies honors English II, algebra II, wood- made during an '
Come all. statements were s clerk is elected, and the
one, come earned
percent of the student body, world history. wind band II, honors biology I and ongoing grand jury Investigation. charters silent on elective officials
Class of 1940... all A'.or B's for a place on the A-B Shannon B. McChesney, son of Mr. honors American history. "A defendant cannot be deprived drawing overtime, and does not ad-

The BHS class of 1940 will bold honor roll. and Mrs. Kenneth McChesney of Marie Green, daughter of Mr. and from ever disclosing matters dress the number of hours that con-
the first session for planning The stralght-A students, by grade, Starke. McChesney is enrolled in Mrs. Charles Barnes of Starke. Miss testified to after a grand jury has stitute a regular work week for the
50th anniversary reunion, Monday are: honors English III, trigonometry, Green is enrolled in food and nutri- been terminated," Shaw wrote. town clerk. .
March 19, at 7:30: p.m., in the Bradford chorus III, personal fitness, tion, principles of food preparation, The motion to dismiss says the Indictment Davis Monk Farnsworth and Co.,
Family Restaurant. Seniors... chemistry I, honors American introduction to materials, occupa- is defective in that it fails auditors for the city, audited checks
Call Marian Dowling Long.;Ph. James Scott Duncan, son of Supt. history, and honors world history. tional training, fundamental math, to identify or set forth the person or issued,.and found 5 checks totaling
964-5797 or'Jo Ella and Eldon Hardy and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Starke. Danielle T.Smith,daughter of Mr. and functional English composition.of Mr. persons to whom the unlawful more than $1,600 were Issued to
Ph. 964-7607 for further infor Duncan enrolled in honors EnglishIV and Mrs. Dan Smith of Starke. Miss Deana A. Holiday,daughter testimony or evidence was com- Robinson, signed by Finance Com-
mation. math analysis, woodwind band Smith Is enrolled in fundamentals of and Mrs. George Holiday of Starke. municated. A mere statement in the mittee Chairperson Laura Hams.
IV, Jazz ensemble IV, advanced typing I,Spanish III, honors EnglishIII Miss Holiday is enrolled in indictment that the defendant None of the checks were approvedby
Upcoming... placement chemistry, physics I and algebra II, woodwind band III. II, honors English II, algebra II, unlawfully disclosed testimony and the city council.
Public meetings scheduled in the honor American government. chemistry I and honors world biology ,woodwind band II,honors other evidence in not sufficient to ap- Rosier and Chief of Police M.M.
weeks are: Steven M. Thornton, son of Mr. history. I and honors world history. prise the defendant of a crime com- Jordan took the information to the
coming Bradford County School Board and Mrs. Donald Thornton. Thorn- David A. Smith, son of Mr. and Brenda A. Williams, 'daughter of mitted. state attorney, resulting in an In-
meeting is set for ton Is enrolled in honors English IV, Mrs.David Smith of Starke.Smith Is Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Williams of "Fla.Statute 905.27 Is a specific Intent vestigation by the grand jury.Subse-
12, at 7 In the Administration math analysis, woodwind band IV, enrolled in standard English III, Starke. Miss Williams Is enrolled in statute that requires a showingby quently, the grand jury returned a
Building p.m.on North Temple Ave. advanced placement chemistry algebra II, chemistry I. honors Spanish II, honors English II, the state Florida that defen- no true bill against Robinson.

Brooker council meeting la set honors American government, and world history, practical keyboard BHS A'S..P.8A) dant knowingly and willfully disclosed )
Tuesday, March 13, at 7:30: p.m.; peer counseling I. skills, and agricultural mechanics. (See unlawful testimony or other (see Charges..P.8A i

in City Hall.Hampton.

Tuesday, March council 13,meeting at 7 p.m.la,in set CI- Zoning Office Operations Put on Carpet by Chairman Carter .

ty Hall. ... .- -
The BC Zoning Board will hold a zoning office in city reports of Director O'Neal phoning Commissioner E.L. fNook) Nor- Commissioners Joe Riddick, Wilbur In a "Feb. 23 letter addressed to
work shop, Tuesday March 13, at Open the county taxpayers who have complained to man went along with Chairman Waters and Ross Chandler said they Chairman Carter, Ms. Faulkner expressed
7:30:: p.m.!, in City Hall to discuss, ball. Commission and work from Chairman Sam.Maxle to 5pm. Carter about the zoning office. Carter. "I'd rather see Darrell saw no problem. Carter said he was "extreme Indignation" that

flood hazard insurance. Carter, Jr. ordered Monday, March O'Neal denied chewing anybody out O'Neal run the zoning office," Nor- out-voted on the issue, but predicted Carter thinks anything Improper has
Bradford Education Association on the phone, but said he wanted to man said."That's. trouble. taken place in the zoning office. .
Legislative dinner is set Thursday, I. Director Darrell find out what the complaint was Director O'Neal said he needs to "It is true that Mr. 0'Neal and I
March 13, at 7 p.m, !La the National O'Neal In putting Zoning the carpet for the about. "Maxie, I didn't chew funny. I've had only one know the substance of complaints are engaged to be married and we do
Guard Armory on Edwards Road. the Bradford! zoning office has anybody out. I was just as nice as I complaint,"said Commissioner Rid made about the zoning office so the participate in social activities
Chamber of Commerce Board of way been Chairman Carter could be," said O'Neal. dick. problem can be solved.O'Neal together and also own real estate
Governors meeting is set for 12 instructions that real chewed "They're not going to complain to said he is involved in real together. However, I can assure:you
noon Thursday, March 15, in the also gave Susan Faulkner who is "You don't know he Com you. They'll complain to one of us,'l estate deals with Ms. Faulkner but that Darrell and I have done nothing
SFCC Board Room. estate agent O'Neal, anybody out. That's hearsay said Commissioner Norman, who does not manage property or sell Improper where his position is concerned -
Director spend commissioner
to the
Starke council meeting Is Bet for engaged office and missioner Joe Riddick, heads the Road Department.lnat's property.Chairman. .
Tuesday March 20, at 7:30: p.m., in less time in the zoning be in charge of the Zoning the way it works with the Road Carter was adamanantthat "...it seems to me that as a
Information requests
City Hall. handled that public by zoning office personnel.' Department, told Chairman Carter. Department, complaints go to other he wants Director O'Neal to member of the general public I
Bid Com- Carter wants public use of a com- Carter also instructed Director commissioners and have to be control access to the zoning offIce. should have a right to all public
munity Development Block Grant, puter informationcan O'Neal to spend more time in the relayed to him.Complaints The"user friendly"computer program records contained In the a public of-
at 7p m Wednesday March 21, in be accessed by the public if the zoning office, to open it each morning about the Road Dept. has only recently been fice. The zoning office contains In-
City Hall.Bradford. parcel number la known to be stopsairnian and take compensatory time off should be directed to Commissioner available to the public. Carter wants formation that I need on each and
County cbmmissieImeeting after attending meetings at night. Norman, said Commissioner Ross the zoning office employees to look every listing I receive in my real
ped. about the Information and give it to the
March Chandler. And,complaints up estate business which number about
is set Wednesday, also removed
Carter O'Neal said he'll abide by all.the should be public O'Neal said that would put I
Zoning Department 200 listings year or more. suppose -
at the O'Neal
21, 7:30 p.m.,1n MB. Faulkner and Director Riddick. load office personnel. "So
Instructions since the commissioners directed to Commissioner more on I could: cad and ask a member
Zoning items on agenda. from the Recycling Committee of be it said Chairman Carter.
all his bosses. research for
are out of the staff to my
School Board Commissioner Riddick pointed O'Neal
Bradford Solid Associa-
County Waste
the New River has said he's been'taklng no
O'Neal said Ms. Faulkner that Ms. Faulkner is a real estate me; however, I can't Imagine any
March 26
set for Monday, but
meeting time the job,
been in the office on business. The compensatory on .who would rather
tion.County agent "and has as much right as
at 7 in the Administration Commission Chairman will be to work 8-5 and take
p.m. took happy
Committee many
Recycling burdened with Items thatI
else" be In the of- have staff
Building on N. Temple Ave. Maxle Carter said Monday March 5, hours of time, O'Neal said. anybody zoning time off for work after hours.Of do and others are allowed to do
Bradford County Zoning Board wanted to bring the issues out fice.Chariman Carter's public criticism of can
he need to "
"I we quit filingevel'YtJ asked the other Ms. Faulkner wrote.
meeting Ia set Tuesday, March 27, during a public meeting with the Darrell O'Neal,, O'Neal, Commissioner said, if con- on their own, .
at 7 p.m., In Sune City HaU. press present. "I've never had so Commissioner ng on Riddick. commissioners to say how real they tinued, "... will run him (O'Neal) Commissioner Carter said "If
Starke Zoning Board meeting la many complaints In my life," Chairman Wilbur Waters about O'Neal selling estate.with off." O'Neal said Riddick, Is highly every real estate person in the county -
set Thursday, March 29, at 7 p.m., Carter said of the''101 years I've poiCintedmiout he'd told the board commas a r a Norman s that!it agreed is a conflictof regarded by officials in other area went through the zoning records
in City Han. been on the commission." several months ago the board was interest for O'Neal to.sell real counties who deal with him at the 200 times zoning, we office.wouldn't" have room at
L Chairman Carter said he has putting too much on O'Neal. estate while the zoning director. meetings.

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TELEGRAPH March, l IIU'' ,

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. Lawtey Council Drops Clerk's. Work Ordinance You'can depend on Centel Business Phone Services NII. I

b, Budvr Rohn that passed are related to qualifyingof its present site by the city since that
aCT staff Writer candidates in city elections. .
The Lawtey Council considered Proposed Ordinance 90-1 providesfor date.Mayor Robert Scott (no relation) .
three proposed ordinances in its candidates in city elections shall said the city is stalling because It ex- ,
meeting Monday, March 5, passed be electors in the city,and residentsof pects to get an existing building and "As as I }+
two and scuttled one on the second the city for at least a months. move it onto a site behind the City soon say ,, .>' .
and final reading. '" .Proposed Ordinance 90-2 provides Hall. ,The new building will not require ''business ,
The council decided to abandohproposed ,i' }
for candidates for the Chief of Police an access ramp.If :$
ordinance 90-3, which provides meet minimum police atai dards. the city gets the new building ; 'I:.
for the city clerk to work "40hour" phone system: } i1
a These two ordinances were also the expenditure for a ramp to the old !
week ,i defeated as emergency'measures'prior building will be wasted, .p
Mayor Scott w
Clerk Earl Barber say he is work-' to the last election; but passed says.David. I've got a dozen So
ing far beyond the 40 hours each In.1-0-Votes this; week. Scott the .

week him, ,and even the taking situation work home should with be ... Chief of Police- M.M.Jordan meets choose the laws sayS to obey city, and cannot the suppliers breaking l' :;(1 _, ,,k, \
"left alone." -** both requirements, but his opponentin ramp should be built forthwith, down door ''A ir..JI1.! 1
Barber said if the ordinance the December, 1989, election regardless of ,plans for a new my 'I'" : '
were livedoutside ;; "
former Capt. W.E. Tillotson, building. '
passed,he will bill the town for overtime pushing.this. '\y"
the limits. Councilman said
for hours worked beyond 40 city Bright the pro-

hours Councilman, "and the Emmett city can't afford said.it." Sylvia Finally Wins.., posed$8,000,access if built ramp of concrete.will cost$ ,15OO to piece of equipment for M3'

Bright" Assistant City Clerk Sylvia Councilman Jordan said Contractor ><
"I agree, it reduces overtime. Williams won a two-week annual Henry Hodges proposed to builda that one. lt
Failure of the ordinance leaves the
vacation from the city council after .
wooden for about in- .
ramp $1,700
number of hours the clerk is .....
required having been turned down in cluding relocating the door to the \,;; : ,
to work in limbo, subject of a February on the same request,since east side of the building; to preclude ........fIQ'r !
bitter dispute last year, between she is a part time employee. having to make a right turn in the 1,,' r
former city clerk Queenie Robinsonand Councilwoman Laura Harris w:
ramp. '"
then Mayor Marvin Rosier. remarked that Sanitation Department The council instructed Coun- .1/.'
The proposed ordinance was employee Bud Barber is a part cilman Jordan to contact Hodges Murray
drawn prior to the December, 1989 time employee, and receives two about submitting a proposal.
election,but failed to draw sufficient weeks paid vacation each year. how
votes for passage on an emergency The motion by Bright and Harris Special Election... many I
basis. In that meeting, Councilwoman passed 40.Ramp do 1
Mayor Scott said the council suppliers
Laura Harris was absent,
and Councilman Bright opposed the for City Hall... should set a special election to fill
motion, leaving a 3-1 vote, short of Resident David Scott has needledthe the position vacated by Councilman ,atI
the required two-thirds required to Lawtey Council each month to Marvin Rosier,who is under suspen-
pass an ordinance in emergency construct an access ramp into City sion by Gov. Bob Martinez.
situations. Hall, saying it is required by law. City Attorney Johnny Hobbs said
In prior meetings, the council has the case against Rosier is in "in-
Two Other Ordinances... contended that the Lawtey City Hall definite status," and statutes re-
The two remaining ordinances was "grandfathered in," since the quire "we fill the temporary vacan .1.'.. ,
building was constructed prior to cy." 'r.
1974. The person elected to fill the ..1 ; ,j.
([ Worth Scott says, "No way." Althoughthe vacancy faces losing the position if JI'' t
NotingTime ] building was built prior to 1974, it Rosier is cleared and returned to of- .: 4 .1t .
was built for a depot, and moved to fice. l .'
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Daylight Saving Time DST) is
just around the corner. Time ad- .. ( !;'l:: f'I! '
vances one hour at midnight, Saturday
March 31, but most people will NOTICEANYONE ,
set their clocks ahead before going 0 _
to bed Saturday night. DST now __
runs from the first Sunday in Aprilto
the last Sunday in October each _

year. RECEIVING A 1989 SOLID '.

Pop Warner Plays... y

basket ball team will play the .fr
WQIK Hit Kickers, Thursday, IN ERROR AND
March 22, at 7:30: in the Bradford NEEDS TO BE "
Middle School Gym. Admission, $2. ''yone.Hfit's .
the right /:
Lawtey Festival... one
The Ijiwtey Comm ity School ZONING /
will present it "nual Art, ,
Craft and Mu. ., Saturday BUILDING OFFICE AT CITY HALL.
March 31, irom 11 a.m. to 2

p.m.A.student art show, the Lawtey THE LAST DATE TO FILE FORA: i u.a' -4 '7p3 'u \ sr. e. F' '.. y- .

marching band, jazz dancers, arts .. .
and crafts for sale, and CORRECTION' .. Ii .j I
refreshments are all part of the MARCH 15, 1990.thAnyM.50MedeNanian ..
festival. Artists from the community '
are invited to exhibit their work.If \.. :
interested, call Mrs. Mallard, .1
Ph. 782-3639.
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Spelling BeeEighth

grader Amy Rankin sailed ,
through the Bradford District Spell-
ing Bee,winning at first opportunity
when runneruZack Smith
misspelled 'clique.
Miss Rankin, the Bradford Middle
School champion speller and
daughter of Steven Cason end I
Patricia Rankin, both of Starke correctly j
spelled 'clique' and 'audible' 1
to win in the seventh round.
Miss Rankin spelled the words:
trillion, hungry, tabby, populate,
trademark,trinket,clique,and audi- !
ble, giving BMS its third straight
district bee win.Runnerup .
Smith,the champion at County 1
Lawtey Community School,correctly -
spelled: changer, waxen, brine, Amy WAINWRIGHT':
Weakling, doornail, and papered winners of the
before missing 'clique.' Times-Union.
Competing fn the district bee were Brooker : 1
12 champion and runners-tp spellers David
in grades 5-8 from six county Brian Carver.
schools. Contestants were: Hampton
chey r
Cox Appliance Culfough.Lawtey. (

& Smith, : ,
Air Conditioning Wilkison.Southside

Service' ding.Kimbrel, : ;

champion Bradford,

"r Rankin One ,

monia' and
first round.
the words:
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bird surplus.Four, .

Joe Cox.your friendly re aIIman.Call !
him today for any appliance repair. stayed alive
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4 Jordan Agrees to Fill Position
EARLY SALE ENDS MARCH 31ST On Part-time Basis for Now
by Busier Rahn dards for the Job.
aCT Staff Writer
Councilman Jordan, whose first
After an hour of pleas and threats
died for lack of second,
by Chief of Police M.M. Jordan, the
moved to allow Chief Jordan to fill
Lawtey Council agreed to fill a
the position on a part time basis.The
in the Police Departmenton
vacancy .
a part time bass' 4: motion carried -Harris Coun-
",' Chief Jordan said he will fill the cilwoman Laura voting
position'with.Rat Shuford,'a native against' the motiOn.
of Lawtey who has returned to Bright, who said the city can't
Lawtey from Clay County' where he fund an officer for 40 hours a week,
worked for the Sheriff s Office. voted to fill the position on a part
Shuford meets educational stan- time basis for 32 hours a week.
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R. J. Reynolds tobacco company is trend at the coming session. Incid@nUal- ,

getting a lot of criticism for targeting a ly, Ms. Paul refused to pull the offending ;. f
special advertising program toward commercial until it had run its course

"virile females" in their late teens who which shows how much genuine concern

work in service jobs, and have no hope or she has about the school system. .. ...i. .

desire for a higher education. In otter The Florida Lottery has been called a .

words -- substandard on the educational one-armed bandits the :,..a. ---1"_
gyp Just as those ,
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ladder. Florida returns '!'6_ :r .- .o: 1 ...... ... : : ::-
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Now the Florida Lottery is doing about 50 cents on the dollar to those who -- -- ----r- .' "
essentially the same thing and getting buy tickets. While small cash prizes are .
Steaming north during the early mor-
Florida had more participation in the of articles of leather cloth
away with it. Their latest television com- offered as sucker bait, the million dollar Civil War than most people realize. In consisting metal, ceramics wood, antifiber ning hours, the ship struck a Con-
mercial is targeted toward the lateteensor winners must overcome odds of one to 125 fact, one of the most dramatic Incidents all well preserved after being federate mine and quickly sank. All
young adults who are shown cavortingon or so million about 250 times greater took place In 1864 in the St.Johns River burled under the muddy river bottomfor troops and passengers are said to have

the beach to rap music and picking up than their chances of getting struck.'by near ville. Mandarin Just south of Jackson- a century and a quarter. Mud is a the escaped crew safely who except were trapped two or three in the of

sand' dollars" while being told they can lightning. good preservative because it containsno engine room. .'
This little known episode in the Civil oxygen. To bring: these historical .
pick up real dollars perhaps millions of In spite of such fantastically uneven War drama is now being brought to items to the light of day, the divers had In a recent Times-Union story on the* .
them, by investing their lunch money in odds Director Paul whose salary tops light with the recovery of cargo from to grope through 20( feet of water and significance of the Maple Leaf,William ,.
the Florida Lottery. This is a scam that the Governor's, insists that the lottery is the steamship Maple Leaf which was four feet of mu l. .:,. N. Still,'Jr.:; Secretary of the Navy'
could develop into a lifelong habit.. "entertainment". Perhaps it is entertainin sunk by a Confederate floating mine, The Maple Leaf had steamed into Research of Naval History says that the f.,
t while carrying Union troops from Jacksonville's downtown wharf in Maple Leaf, though not as famous as
wins ,
In another commercial for the one in 125 million who a the Monitor in Civil War history, is still-
Lottery Queen Palatka to Jacksonville on the last day March 1864 bringing a load of 2,000 ,
Rebecca Paul is shown strolling throughthe million but for those who toss their of March 1864 Union troops who had been encamped a valuable find of great historic in- ,,"'
dollars down the drain in a futile attemptto terest.
halls of like Mother
Teresa The Maple Leaf lay in the mud at the
while boasting of the millions that the lot- get on easy street, there must be amore bottom of the St. Johns, in fairly "We need to know as much as we can ""

tery is "pouring" into the school system, satisfying form of entertainment.The shallow water, for over 130 years until a Historic Treasure .find because out about they were ships the like workhorses the Maple Leaf dur- ..

including those dollars that are now being crassness of lottery advertising, Jacksonville a history buff dentist and a,Dr.diving Keith enthusiast Holland,, Dug From Mud ing the war," Secretary Still said. .'

solicited from students. She paints such a which adds nothing to the image or the learned of the wreckage and decided to In St. Johns Riverin Recovery work at the Maple Leaf site '
glowing picture of how well off the I dignity of the State of Florida is illustrated do something about it on a spare-time is in temporary lull at present' .
schools are with lottery money. Educa- by a brazen appeal to low in- basis. because of a shortage of time they can '. .
tion Secretary Betty Castor has asked her come groups on billboards in the black On a hunch that the propulsion South Carolina for the winter They. devote to diving, and there are ex-,
and of the boat were being moved to rejoin other units penses for equipment and supplies that, '"
to withdraw the school commercial for neighborhoods of Chicago which read: system engines might
fear the will think still be intact, Dr. Holland, a friend of then occupying the city of Jacksonville, must be met.
Legislature schools are "How to get from Washington Boulevardto Dr. 'f G. Hitch, native of Starke then and the ship's hold was packed with ,, So far, the Maple Leaf project has
now so flush with lottery dollars that the Easy, Street Play the Illinois practicing in Jacksonville bought a personal equipment used. ,byuthe. ...,\;,received only a $e,000 grant from the
State can start cutting its education fun- soldiers in South Carolina.: -; 'of w "rt "
Lottery boat-towed metal detector, and soughtthe Jacksonville City Council to help con-
ding. In fact this has already started in Or better still make a down paymenton advice of an authority on dark Upon landing in Jacksonville the serve the artifacts recovered. This spr-
some degree and could be a growing the water diving. On the fourth day of drag- Maple Leaf was immediately oderedto ;: ing the Florida Legislature will be asked -
Brooklyn Bridge. ging in a platted area where they transport a company of soldiers to bar$175,000 grant to preserve and in-
thought the wreckage might be, the Palatka. The victory of Olustee had terpret artifacts that have been stored, ,
deteotor needle started gyrating fran- given Confederate soldiers hope of driv- but not yet placed in a museum (or'
. The Real Jimmy Carter Stands UpIt tically and they knew there must be lots ing the Union intruders from their display and safekeeping. '...

of metal in the mud. homeland, and the woods along the St.. James P. Delgado, chief maritime ,
The only thing now was how to get at Johns River were filled with "torpedo-' historian with the National Park Ser- .
it. The St. Johns River has zero visibility laying Regulators", and the guerilla vice in Washington says the Maple Leaf
took a long time, but history is beginning among- his believers and followers, the under water and the diver's every forces of C pt. John J. Dickison. site should be one of the most signifi-
to paint a truer picture of the worthof latest Hearings on Mr. Reagan's part in movement has to be made in total Arriving safely in Palatka, the Maple cant shipwreck sites available to study
Jimmie Carter than the one painted by the Iran-Contra scandal have proved the darkness. It was a warm July day when Leaf crew was greeted by a group of in the U.S." ,
his detractors ten years ago when people were living in frightening times Dr Holland dropped over the side of a Union sympathizers, fearing for their Jerald H. Shofner,chairman and professor
bashing Jimmie Carter seemed to be the with a president who answered over 100 boat into the murky water and gropedhis lives after Olustee and abandoning ,of history at the University of
fashionable thing to do. times when questioned about this event way to a mass of metal and wood their homes. Soldiers and horses were Central Florida is quoted as saying the
the remains of the Leaf 1
Maple for
exchanged 40 civilians and their
(under oath) -"I do not know" or "I haveno Maple' cargo available for
After two summers of off-and-on div- most and the Maple retrieval' is "unparalleled in impor-
Now ex-President Carter is receiving recollection". ing, Dr. Holland and friends have Leaf headed Jacksonville;; .under tance to the history of Florida, as well
high praise from television commen- unearthed a storehouse of artifacts, the protection of darkness., as for Civil War documentation."
tators for his stabilizing influence and ex-
pert monitoring of the recent election in Kingsley Lake Protection I

Nicaragua Ortega that and toppled restored the the dictatorshipof hope for Clay County's,chief sanitarianHas -annoticed 1. /IPolk County\\' ,:DiBcision""" : .Delayed Again,,; :: .
democracy in that country, t of septic tank inspection ; ) : try
that a program "\' :kI 'l'J': ,. tl!' ..JJ, i'iI
JvUl'be started on Kingsley Lake" ... ** I r.. 'jJtr
It"looks !iJurro dh'n6w ; b4fa
A recent letter to The Florida Times in April. This is something that those interested like a reaction Sally trayforvtecretary; B J beheld* for UCAP members and sup-
is taken on issuing a for
Carter with being "oneof permit
Union credits Mr. treasurer.
have been
In preserving the lake
at the Raiford Community
operation of hazardous ;porters
a waste plant in
the hardest working presidents in It is that Appointed on the new board of direc- March 10, from 4 to 6
hoping for for years. something Polk County, Raoul Clarke, an ad- tors were: Pete Schlosser, L.C. Sapp, Center Saturday,
history. Also he was one of the most car- is greatly needed to save the waters of the ministrator with the Florida Depart- Norman Traylor, Minnie Redding.
ing. I'm sure if he were president today, lake from present and future pollution, ment of Environmental Regulation said Geneva Roberts, and Jock Varnes. were also made to have a boothat '
the U.S. government would not have a and is especially important now that Wednesday.Any A meeting and Pot Luck Dinner.will the upcoming Bradford County Fair, '..

trillion-dollar deficit, and unneeded Kingsley residents are asking that it be action on the proposed Ellerbee .." e4;
Stealth bombers, while cutting social programs named an Outstanding Florida Water re- Curve site in Union County has been ,
so all the taxpayers' dollars couldbe placed on hold, awaiting a decision on Woman's History Month Observed c'
quiring higher standards for protection. the Polk County permit, Clarke said. A

spent on military weapons. 'There is still time for those who might review Polk site of has additional caused information delay from monthto on the With Special Events at SFCC -,

"For long years, the American people have faulty septic tanks -- especially a month.If ..'r.

were living in perilous times with an few that are said to be draining into the "Women in Business and Industry"is, Ceremony March 28 at 7:30: pm.;' fi
unbelievable unqualified inept, and lake to make the necessary repairs the Polk County site falls throughfor this year's theme for Santa Fe Com Keynote speaker will be Lana Jane :
naive president who was completely out before inspections start. Kingsley Lake any reason, then DER will call for munity College's Women's History Lewis-Brent, CEO of Sunshine Junior J
bids the
and this competitive on Union Countysite. Month, a month-long series of activitiesat Stores and 1989 member of the Working
of touch with the highest government property is worth protecting, A permit cannot be granted until a the Gainesville "
matters. If there was any doubt left program is for the benefit of all. proposal is made from a contractor to March that focuses Campus on women's during Woman"The Hall American of Fame.Dame" and the I

operate the plant Clarke said. achievements and contributions. Women of Distinction Award Ceremony, .
asked if of en- Throughout the month several films will be in building E auditorium. Both '
dangered When species bald discovery eagle nest near available dealing with for viewing.women's Complimentary issues will be events are free and open to the public.

the Polk site could block issuinga
County bookmarks will be
given away.in the
that permit would for be that a decision location for, Clarke the Federal said Library and the series of'Women'gV: ::1 ,SFCC: Offering ;

Game & Wildlife Commission to make.' the History Learning Month Lab.posters can_ be seen. In Drug/Alcohol ,' !
,. Anne Lisca Abuse Workshop ..,'''.J
Meanwhile, Union and Bradford SFCCcreative *
County members of UCAP (United arts/humanities instructor, donated Santa Fe Community College's Officeof 1..
Citizens Against Pollution) are still select posters of women's art work that Business, Industry and Government
"sitting on pins and needles" to see can be seen on. the.,second. floor of Services and Vista Pavilion! \ are offer* .;
what their next move will be after two building F. ." ing a.workshop titled "Drug and '.
years of protests, lawsuits, and "The American Dame, a series of Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace",
legislative battles that have incurred skits, anecdotes, comments and March, 13 from 1:30-443 p.m. at the. ;.'
f legal expenses already totaling approx- historical events that chronicle thestn.ggle "Vista Pavilion cafeteria on 39th Ave.,
Here We Go Again... imately$50,000, which were paid for out of women to achieve equalityand N.W. just beyond Interstate. 74, 1.
of money appropriated for this purposeby self-expression Is March),3. at 7:30 Gainesville. .'
the 1989 Legislature. Another P.m. f '
estimated $30,000 in general expenseshas The month-long series of events ends There Is; a $15 fee. CaU 395-5312 for

Whdtever happended to the one-cent stamp? been paid for by fund-raising events with the Women of Distinction Award more Information. ".,*.%,..._..
staged by UCAP. i
It's gone the way of the kerosene lamp. t' .. ".""' .., .
The great Thomas Jefferson whose picture it bore, The Legislature originally ap- .
Never knew not worth cent propriated$100,000 for UCAP expenses, ; :. *
a penny's a anymore.If FORESTRYtfW
but it is not clear at this point under : :
what conditions the remainder of this .
everything went as expected Wednesday the U.S. Postal Service fund will be released.., '/," '

Board of Governors approved increasing the price of a postage stamp New Officers ElectedThe IN BRADFORD COUNTY BraKcteyPForSter

from 25 cents to 30 cents effective early next year. This is quite an in- following new officers for UCAP :, -t; I
crease in what it cost Thomas Jefferson to mail a copy of the Declarationof were elected at a meeting held Monday :
Independence back in 1776. Seems a bit more than Just keeping up with night: Claud (Buddy) Revels, presi- .
the rate of inflation since that time. But the head of the union represen- dent;. Dean Traylor, vice president; Take Burning PrecautionsIt's : :

ting mail carriers claims that, in terms of real dollars, the stamp is

cheaper today than it was when the current postal service was set up in that time of year when a lot of to blow over any adjacent residence: r.t
1971. SFCC Offering people start doing their spring cleanroad r ? l'
Drug/Alcohol Ing. Not only Indoors, but outdoors as It Is-rat least 50 feet from any"* \

Oh well not to worry. The average American will probably just get "Abuse WorkshopSanta well by raking leaves pruning fallen shrubs burning residence is on don.the property where.the
out the blue pencil and trim his or her Christmas card mailing lisagain. and limbs trees and bran. n8 up The fire Is Ignited after 9 a.mm andA -
Fe Community College's Officeof at least hour beforematerials
.. Ihextinguished one
'A' dispose .
of of
'. Business, Industry and Government .v. -- sunset.
Services and Vista Pavilion are offer- them. Disposing The fire Is attended at all times
ing workshop titled "Drug and of yard trash burning l II legal in Adequate for extinguishing equipment I I
Florida it is done under cer-
Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace", is readily available at all times.
March 13 from 1:30-445: p.m. at the tain conditions. Yard trash Is. -Moisture content and composition is ,
Vista Pavilion cafeteria on 39th Ave., vegetative matter resulting from landscaping favorable to good burning. ,
N.W. just beyond Interstate 75, and yard maintenance opera- No other rule or law prohibits,the
BIt/1D/ORD COVd Gainesville.The tions including tree shrub and crass fire.
trimmings, palm fronds; trees and tree .
The burning is done Ina noncombustible -
workshop conducted 'by stumps container or'ground ex-
1ijrapirC' panelists Mark Wise, lubstance Pavilion abuse, Burning yard trash and household cavation covered by a metal grin or
a program consultant at Vista Pavilion paper must M done under the following mesh and the fire is at least :23 feet
Dr.psychiatrist Anthony Graham Janie Griffin, ARNP conditions\ : from any woodlands, forests: or brush..

SOS O.fllGUSOH-JOHN M.MAIM director of employee health at Shands .No nuisance Is created. The Division, of Forestry requests
PuWI...... Hospital, and Thomas Edwards, attorney The fire Is at least 100 feet from any that everyone exercise great caution
Published each Thursday: and entered on Second Class Matter at* will\ focus on laws that impact occupied building other than that ownwith their burning; The "Christmas
the Post Office at Stark. florida.under Act of March 3, 1879: business, the chemical employee ed or leased by the person" doing the freeze'and several hard frosts have *'t
3-, employee assistance programs, intervention burning resulted in much dead vegetation that 5j,
Phone 964-6305 Subscription Rate In Trade Area:14.00 per year: $8.00 she months and several other topics. It is at least 50 feet from any public will readily burn and result in wild/ireto? "
P.O. Drawer A. Stark. Florida Outside Trod.Area $15.00 per year;$8.!50 six months. There is a $IS fee Call 395-5312 for highway or road and no visible smoke if you are not careful with your /Ire;f'
more Information. that could t.- "..IiIl8lnwlOlt Please, be careful.

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Gospel Sing Souls Outreach

Engagements Parties Set ForSaturday w. Mission Revival
... Social ,' Mar.. 10 Set Mar. 16

Meetings The public'is cordially Invited to Souls Outreach Mission of Hampton
"" '" 'h .... Adrienne attend Gospel Sing Saturday night, Florida, will host a revival
,; Barry, WeifuigsBngagementc March 10, at 7 p.m. The sing wilT be beginning at 7 p.m. nightly, Friday,
Alex Pope Jr held at the Mason's Lodge on Orange March lasting till God I is through
ToWed May 5 Street. Evangelist Bobby Ruls invilesv
Featured singers will be "The Expressions everyone to attend.
a.r Adrienne Jean Barry,daughter of of Ix>ve". Benefits will go "-
Mrs. K. and (the late
Marty Barry toward the Victory Revival Center
Dr.A.J.Barry of Starke,and Ivester lteiiis'lftnouncements of Hellbron Springs Inc.
Alexander Pope,Jr., M.D.J.of Huntsville Pastor Rev. W.J Thornton Invites
''I';( Alabama,son of the Reverend everyone to attend.Homecoming.

and Ingville Mrs.,Ivester Ala., announce A.Pope,Sr.of their Spr- -- .- ;.:.:..:.:.:;:.;;. .... Set
engagement and approaching mar- /\11, "'"". .. .- ..
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riage. '. ..,.. ...1,1
'f'.t. ..I. Baptist Church
., A May 5 wedding is planned in the I.. 'lI'imj ',f .. .\ '. '
First Baptist;Church of Starke. ,,::', 1...", 1 'fl'" .; h Homecoming will be celebrated
The bride-elect Is school w; I I'
'rfi/! a high I. March 18, at Hellbron Baptist
graduate of St. Johns l. "".. ".' i'' Country Day School,Orange Park,and graduatedfrom : ..... r. 110> ", \ .". 1 morning services at 11 a.m.; lunch
Birmingham Southern. College, I ; : ,at 1 p.m.
Birmingham Ala. .. .... / ,. r'; : Singing will be':field after lunch
If'i '
The bridegroom-elect Is a .' .' :: \:\ :;. :; .I'rltl. I. ..... .01 I I featuring Franklyn Nazworth andhis
P graduate of Childersburg High \: ., \. . I. ,. .. '. sons and other lingers.
,: .. .
School, Childersburg, Ala.; /f/. .."" ", "" Revival Set
...."......,.--.P.... graduated from Birmingham \ ft. .. '" f .
Southern College,Birmingham,Ala. ,... ,. .. .,. 08'. For Mar. 11-14 .
AdrlenneJ. and Alabama _
Barry the University of Col- Beginning 11 .4 ,
I.Alexander Pope,Jr. lege of Medicine. -., "" March First
/ ../ 't. through Wednesday, 14
Church'.of Starke will beholding
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.'. ...,_ .. -.\"'_. .. .. .. ". _... ... ... ____....< ... .,if.;;:. .\"f't:'. ... .,-. Evangelist revival Jesse services.Hendley from The Griffith Family
Robin D. Stern J Marietta, Ga. will speak each even- Pine Level
Stephen KnoxAnnounce Old Fashioned WeekendAt Ing. Swiday services begin at 8:30: To Present
and 11'a.m.. well .
a.m. as as 7p m.
EngagementMr. First Baptist, LawteyBeginning Services Monday through Wednesday Special ConcertThe
and Mrs. Roland Stern of will begin at 7 p.m. Everyone is Griffith Family of Lexington,
Starke announce the engagement of Friday night March 9, at 7:30 p.m.. the Singing Mullins Invited to attend. North Carolina will be featured in a
their daughter, Robin Diane, to ., ( ',, Family from Hillsville, Va. will entertain and delight the congregationand New RiverPastors concert at Pine Level Baptist
: lurch
of at First Baptist Church, To
community Lawtey
Stephen Jeffery Knox. 6 Lawtey get a good on Saturday, March 17,
e seat, come early. ConferenceThe
Robin graduated from Bradford G' rRobin beginning at 7 p.m.
The First Church of Lawtey is located Adams Street, the
School Baptist on Robert Griffith and his
High 1983 and The University March meeting of the New wife Patti
of Florida in She street behind the Elementary School, three blocks off U.S. 301. were members of the Gethsamane
1987. is a SellIng River Pastors Conference will be
Service The second part of the old fashioned weekend will start at noon on Quartet for and
for over eight
Manager Burdlnes in .. held at the New River Baptist years
Orlando. Saturday March 10, with a weiner roast and hamburger fry. An oldfashioned Assoclatlonal Building on Tuesday, traveled widely singing In churches
Steve Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. fun day is scheduled from noon until 6 p.m. with a softball March 13, at noon. Lunch vill be throughout America. They have
James Knox of St. Petersburg. He game,volleyball game,horseshoe pitching contests,rope puling contests, served. recently formed their own family
graduated from Boca Clega High pony rides,buggy rides,dunking booth,and a log splitting contest.There There will be two special guest group with their two children and
School In 1979, The University of ''f". will be many other games for the Children's Church, ages 2-11. speakers at the conference. Rev. Robert's brother,Richard.The Griffith -
Florida in 1983, and The University The third day March 11, the church Is planning an old fashioned worship Jesse Hendley, Evangelist from Family is among the top talentin
of Florida College of Law in 1986.He service with lots of singing,testifying,and preaching of God's word. Atlanta, Ga. will speak to the gospel music today.
nowpractices law In Orlando with The Aletheians Quartet from The Trinity Baptist College of Jacksonvillewill pastors. Rev. Chuck Peterson, Area The concert is free and everyone Is
the firm of Mateer, Harbert, and be singing about one hour In the 10 a.m. service. Please note that the Coordinator for the Stewardship invited to attend. Pine Level Baptist
Bates.A worship service this particular Sunday will start at 10 a.m.and run until Department of the Florida Baptist Church Is located 3 miles west of
May 5 wedding Is planned in noon with dinner on the grounds around 12:30: p.m.An estimated crowd of Convention will also be present to Starke on Hwy. 100.
Orlando. 300 Is expected. Again, come early to get a good seat. plan with the pastors for future
Stern Everyone is encouraged to come and dress up in old fashioned clothing. stewardship emphasis.All .
Pastor Grayson McNeill!cordially invites everyone to come and hear an pastors of the New River
old fashioned gospel message. Association are urged to be present.

Glenda M. Accordino. I

David Wed HarperTo Mar. 17 [L BirthsMatthew } ,

Glenda Marie Accordino of Port
Haywood. Va., daughter- Ray- Richard GNbty'slfKj ; --- .
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Hampton Hilites Last ChanceTo Woman's Club Rotary Club Jones, Pat Welch Tim Thompson,
Mar. 2
Enter Meeting Set Elects Officers and Barney Ruckdeschel. t

b> 1IIIIIIrrKh'nK: Strawberry PageantThe On Friday evening, March 2, the The regular monthly meeting For 1990 YearThe
phone IIIII-III'\! deadline is drawing near to pastors and wives of the New River th Woman's Club will be held on following persons were
enter the 28th Annual Strawberry Association enjoyed a barbecue Wednesday, March 14, at 12 noon In elected to hold office in the Starke I
llirthil.i> riirllpH..OilKob. 17,Jim Pageant! chicken supper in the fellowship hall the clubhouse.A Rotary ,Club at their regular
.itid lloidi Mil/cl hosted a birthday Ladies aged 16 to 21 should pickup of New River Baptist Church. St. Patrick's theme will be car- meeting on January 21: All Greeting Cards&Party Supplies
party at I heir Hampton Villa home applications and rules from Mit The evening of fellowship was ried out with the speaker, Naomi President, Larry Noegel
celebration of his brother Steve's chell's Drugs or Bradford High hosted by Rev. Cecil Turner and his Herres, presenting a program on President-elect,E. W. Hodges If it's paper*75%Off Retail Price
birthday Family member enjoyedthe School. NOW I wife Debbie. Rev.Turner Is the present makeup.Christie Torode and Debbie Secretary Crts Anderson ThursFri.&SatI
i-mikoul for Stove who recently Last day to turn in entry forms is moderator of the New River Flynn are In charge. Oleta Harden- Treasurer Glen Norman
moved from Maryland to Hampton Friday, March 9. The pageant U Association. brook will cater a traditional St. Sgt. at Arms, to be appointedPast I darks Cards and Gifts
Villa. sponsored by Junior Woman Clubof Patrick's Day luncheon featuring President,Orlan Wells.
Jim and Heidi Mitzel hosted a sur- Starke. Irish food. 1990-1991 Board. of Directors next to Little Coasars
party on March 1 members are:
honoring his mother. Dot Mitzel, on A_
the occasion of her March 6 birth- v _
day This celebration was held at the
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home Dishman birthday of, with Dot's family cake mother and members. beverages.Pauline enjoying 1 9 u U S N O 1 11 6 i 7 e e 1.

Other :March Hlrlhilii>... Prices In this ad god Monday
Mar 1, Patricia Rhoden; 2, Sonya March 11,1>9p.!
Hodges Teddy Demaree, Ruth i
Paladino; 3, Jennifer Frees; 4,Mark W HIT E'r
Miller 6, Jennifer Jones; 8, Jason .
Smith; 9, Eric Domierstae Shannon
Van Syckel; 10, Bradd Jones,
Tracey McCullough; 12, Charles 1
Crawford, Jeremy Stephens; 14,
Robert Bradley Tina Meng, Harold
Waters, Larry Stone Lori Stone, I I 10 Lb BagPOTATOES
Jennifer Conner; 15 Donald .. !
Roberts, Shannon Burchf. ;ld. _

Hampton Kle. School. _
Chorus Entertains: On Sat.,
March 3, 5th and 6th grades joined
the Brooker Chorus in entertain
ment at the Musical Extravaganza
program given at the Bradford High
School Auditorium. This benefit for
the Bradford Association of Retarded -
Citizens provided an evening of 1.
local talent entertainment.
Among Hampton students par-
ticipating under the direction of
Carole Stevenson were: Alicia
Baker Hope Archey, Adrianne Col-
eman, Lisa McClellan, Stacey Ford, Beef FamCh01 e
Jason McCullough, Shaun Muse,
Howard Smith, Charles Crawford Park
!Melissa Kyle Alex Kirchaine, April o
Scoggins, Angela Meng and Carrie

Band Concert: On Thursday
March 8, an All County Band Concert (
will be held at the Hampton 0
Elementary cafetorium. Entertainment STEAK
is scheduled for 7 p.m. with
ervone invited to attend. 0

Ki-i"uit (',11'''': Report cards for the
touitli t MX \\ei'ks grading period will
lie ,.lit home with students on Tues- $248 White Seedless
da:>. March 13Starke ,

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Imitation Salmon Or Mako
Principal's :Message: Important w
'.ites to remember-Mar. 9, 8:30-11:
i in Career Awareness Day.
K I > -ource speakers representing CRAB SHARKPlumrose
'. .11 urns careers will be in all
classrooms and you are invited to
one and visit in as many
Classrooms as possible and to hear MEAT STEAKS 9Okb.v
the various career representatives. '
Sno-cones will be sold by the .
P T.O. at the P.T.O. Building. '
Tuesday, March 13: Report cards. : -...
go home for 4th six weeks. :' \ $: N .. II)
School Volunteer $169 : ; Iir/, tt r t .
Donald J. Martin has been selected ." ,r...) ....'*..Lb'l. I
as the Starke Elementary School Lb.- l.SA .
Volunteer of the Year for 1989-90.
Mr Martin will he honored at the CONFrozen \ -
Bradford County School Board Fresh
meeting to be held March 12 at 7p.m" Grade A '
along with the outstanding
volunteer from each of the other
Bradford County schools. Mr. Mar-

tin service averages each eight week hours at our of school volunteer and JUMBOBROCCOLI

has served more than 372 hours of C 4; : \1

volunteer ing the 1988-89 work since school he term.began Con-dur- S I

gratulations and Special Appreciation -
to Mr. Donald J. Martin for all
the volunteer help which he has
given and continues to give to the I
children and staff at Starke Elemen- 1 $ O9CBunch
tary School. Lb.$119Lb. G99Lb.t
We also want to sincerely thank all
of our many school volunteers who
help us on a continual basis through Red Ripe
such means as helping work with Tomatoes. Lb.EXTRA .99 :
students in the classroom, tk
cnaperonine field trips, serving as : I
guest/resource speakers, helping LOW PRICES-EVERYDAY !! .
with P.T.O. functions, and in any
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vital in the provision of an excellent
educational program for our
children. 2 Liter Diet Coke Cat 28 Oz. Beef In Mushroom /
Our Volunteer Coordinator is Mrs. 7 Oz. Puffed Or Crunchy PABST PABST- LT, Patty Stew
Vicki Powell telephone, 964-6800 felne Free Diet Coke/ Beef Patty In Onion Gravy/Beet
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the week: Spelling, Sarika Patel; I
Reading, Erica Johns; Math, Misty
Padgett; Social Studies, Rhonda sr I
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March 8.1990 TEI.KORAPH, ; Pace.! T.f,


Notices THIS NQT Ct OF THE OBJECTING PEROW. fc- Clerk of the Circuit Court Carla L. Hawthorne has made application BRADFORD COUNTYSIJBDIVON
ILegal( : : By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. :3 for REGULATIONS
All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT 3/08 4tchg 3/29; Cont. No. 384 Package Store for sal of alcoholic IV THE BRADFORD COUNTY
SO FILED Will BC FOREVER BARRED. beverage to the Bradford County Boardof PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
Publication. .! et this Notice has begun NOTICE OF INTENTTO Adjustment on property that Is BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
en.. Thuredwy, March B, 1990. CONSIDER ENACTMENTOF classified CG and described below: NOTK3; IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH NOTICE. OF INTENTION Personal 1 Representative: PROPOSED ORDINANCEBY Parcel No. 00476-0-0020I In Section 2$, want he OrapltK 163. Florida Statute,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TO REGISTER LAURA F. SHEPHERDP.O. THE BOARDOF Township 5, Rang. 21, located approximately the comments regarding the propo..d"1rcIdf.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME Box 719 COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF 7 miles west on SR 16 (Carlo's .... County Subdivision Regulations
CAVE NO: 90-78-CA Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Melrose, FL 32666:. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Sandwich Shoppe). will be head by the Bradford County
I IN THE MATTER OF THE Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Attorney for. The Bradford County Zoning Board will Board of County Commlsslonos a* the
j ADOPTION OF: undersigned Greg Jon Brumbaugh P.O. Personal Representative: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the review the application and make a (level Planning Agency, on March 21,
JOHN ROBERT GILMORE Box 738 Melrose, FL 32666 sole owner,. f. Covlngton Johnston 2nd day of April. 1990 at 10:00: A.M. the recommendation to the Bradford County IWQ .t 7i30 p.m. In the Commissioners
doing business under the firm name of 111 I.'. First Avenue Board of County Commissioners of Brad Board of Adjustment for their public loom of Bradford County Courthouse,
[ TO: RONALD LEE GILMORE THE HOMESTEAD ACLF SR 100. Intendsto Gainesville, FL 32601 ford County, In.p.clal..lon to be heldat hearing to be held at 7:30 p.m.. In theComml..lon Stark, Florida. At the ofor.m.ntlon.d
20-A Atlantic Oaks CircleSt. register sold fictitious name under the T.'ephonel904/376-46IH' the Board meeting room at the Brad meeting room of City Hall meeting, all Interested parties may appear
Augustine, Florida aforesaid statute. Pta. Bar No. 040110. ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida 209 N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida to be hoard with respect to the proposed -
NOTICE OF ACTION Dated this 1st day of March A.D., 3/08 2tchg 3/15 will consider the following ordinance, on Tuesday, March 1:7,1990. At this time, '"", ford County Subdivision
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for 1990 In Bradford County. u Control No. 383 and the proposed enactment thereof. all persons will be heard concerning this ReguletkMS.\
I th. adoption of a minor child hoi been 3/014tpd 3/22; Cont.381 BRADFORD COUNTY ORDINANCE application as specified In the Bradford A copy of tho proposed Bradford

j filed and you are required to serve a IN THI CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH ESTABLISHING A MORATORIUM ON County Zoning Code. County Subdivision Regulation I I.
I copy of your written defenses, If any to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION OF SOLID WASTE Director, B.C.B.of ADJ. ayallahlo for public Inspection at the
j It, on EUGENE F. SHAW. Petitioners Attorney EIGHTH Planning and Zoning Office, City Hall.
I whose address Is 925-E Any person deciding to appeal a decltlen -
North IN AND FOR P.O. Number. 3870
made at the above referenced
Avenue, Stark. Florida
I Temple 32091
j or b.for.March 22. 1990. and file the jon RE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAIN FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida UTILIZE HAZARDOUS OR INFECTIOUS meeting may need to record the proceedings :.
( original with the clerk of this corporation and) that for such purpose, he
I either before service Plaintiff, ; DURA- AND AMENDMENTTO may nod to ensure that a verbatim
on Petitioners

I wise a default Immediately' will b..nt.r.d thereafter; other- NOTICE OF FORFEITURETO JAMES VERNON SLADE and BARBARA PROHIBITION ON SUBMITTING An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive Itchg 3/08; Cant. No. 390
I for the relief demanded agaln.tyou ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM AN IN- JEAN BLADE his wife; The Unknown HAZARDOUS OR INFECTIOUS WASTESTO land .Use. Plan Element and P.O. Number 70
I tlon. In the petl- TEREST IN THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: Heirs Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, ANY NEW VOLUME REDUCTION Map by Bradford County. Florida In', c-: -
David Harris and Catharine Simmons, LCedltora- Trustees or Other PLANT DURING THE PERIOD OF THE cordance with the local Government
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this 915 Florida Street Starke, Florida. underor MORATORIUM; PROVIDING DEFINI- Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 as
Claimant NOTICE
claiming by through
I court on the 13th day of Fel -uary. 1990. James T. Moore Commissioner of PROVIDING for 163 of Florida
Ray Norman the Florida Department of law Enforcement who not The substance of the contemplated ordinance Statutes. .
Clerk of the Court seized the described property on Is Ordinance TO: All Citizen Taxpayers and other
By: Carol Williams, Clerk known to be dead or alive; WILLIAM L. an establishing a Doris Ellis has made application to th.
Duputy 19, 1989 at 913 Florida Street, Interested .
May Moratorium on new Construction of persons.You
Heirs, Bradford 8
UMPHENOUft and The Unknown County Zoning PlanningDeportment
2/13 4tchg 3/08: Con no. 377 Starke, In Bradford County.' The anticipated Devisees,Grantees; ,Assignees Llenors, Solid Waste Volume reducing plants and each, of You are hereby and for classification of the
date for filing a Rule to Show within Bradford herewith given notice In accordance with
County which utilize
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH CredItors, Trustees or Other Claimants property below from RSF-1 to
Cause to the Florida Contra- Florida Statutes that the Board of
Hazardous City
pursuant Infectious
or Wastes
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR claiming by through under or against : Approximately 14.5 acres on
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA band Forfeiture Act Is March 16 1990 at WILLIAM L. UMPHENOUR who I I. not generated outside of Bradford County. Commissioners of Stork Florida have west side of Paradise Lake. Parcel No.
10:00: a.m. before the Circuit of this division Sold contemplated ordinance be designated the Starke Zoning and Planning
may 05717-0-00000 In Section 24
CASE NO: 89 609 CAIN known to be dead or alive: Township 8,
RE: The Marriage of: In Chambers at the Bradford County Defendants. Inspected by the public at the office of Board to conduct a public hearing at Range 22.
RANDY EUGENE CRAWFORD Courthouse, 925 North Temple Avenue, NOTICE OF ACTION ITO the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford a regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In This proposed change In classification

Husband Starke, Florida 32091. If no claimants appears : James Vernon Slade and The County Courthouse, Starke, Florida dur- the City Commission meeting room Is subject to a public hearing to be held
and and no claim Is filed, a request will Unknown Heir, Devisees, Grantees, ing th. regular business hour of 8 A.M. Starke City Hall Starke, Florida on before Bradford County Zoning Board on
JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY CRAWFORD be made for Immediate hearing and final Assignees. Honors Creditors, Trusteesor thru 5 P.M.". Monday thru Friday. Thursday March 29; 1990 and make a Tuesday March 27, 1990 at 7:00 P.M. at
Wife. order of forfeiture. Other Claimant claiming by Person are advised that if they recommendation to the City of Starke the Council Room of Stark. City Hall 209
NOTICE OF ACTION Pauline M. Ingraham.Drayton through under or against James Vernon decide to appeal any decision made at Commissioners and the Board will consider N. Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At

CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE: NO PROPERTY Regional legal Advisor Slade, who I I. not known to be dead or the abovenwntloned hearing, they will on Tuesday, April 17, 1990 at the this time all persons, both for and
CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILDRENTO Florida Bar No. 0562106 olive: address unknown but whose last need a record of the proceedings, and same sold place at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance against this proposal shall be heard, as
: JUDITH LOUISE McKELVEY Florida Department of Law address cia ; Community for such purpose, they need to ensure relating to: specified In the Bradford County Zoning
was GaJowy mad
CRAWFORD 713 Thomas Street. Starke, Enforent711.B Services, 1345 Jessie Street Jacksonville that verbatim of the proceedings The rezoning of the following described Codes. The Zoning Board will make a
Is made, which record Includesthe and the Com
Florida 32091 Liberty Street property amending recommendation to the Bradford County
ARE NOTIFIED that Jacksonville, Florida 32302Telephone Florida testimony and evidence upon which Land Use Plan to provide that Commission this their
YOU an action for YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to prehensive on application at
the Is be zoned and
appeal to based. R-1A
((904)) 359-6480
: be held
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE CUSTODYOF the prescheduled hearing to
foreclose encumbering
a mortgage DATED this 5th day of March. 1990. designated by the plan as Single-Family
MINOR CHILDREN AND OTHER 3/01 2tchg 3/08; Cont.380 following property In Bradford County BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Verly Low Density District be rezoned to Wednesday April 18, 1990 at 7:30: P.M.,
RELIEF hoe been filed against you and Florida: BRADFORD B-2 and designated Retail-Commercial In the Commlsslones Room of Bradford
you are required to serve a copy of your IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Block One (1)) In Hampton. Section 19, COUNTY FLORIDA Sales & Service, the property of Gordon County Courthouse, Stark., Florida. At
Ray Norman, Clerk to the Board
written defenses. any to It on EUGENEF. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Township 7 South Range 22 East Brad. & Pamela Crawford described as this time, the Bradford County Commission
3/08 3/i S PO 3871
SHAW; !HujhniMj!\! : ; attorney. ; whom PROBATE DIVISIONFile ford County Florida. Control 2tchg Number; 385 follows: Parcel No. 0394>-0-00000. In Sec- will make the final decision on the
address Is 925-E North Temple'Avenue, Number 90-17-CP has been filed against you BARBARA tion 29 Township 6. Range 22 East lot 6 proposed application after having two
Stark., Florida 32091 on or before Dlvislon:1.4151 JEAN SLADE; The Unknown Heirs, of Block E of Plnehurst Subdivision. NE public hearings, advertisement and
March 19, 1990 and file the original with IN RE: ESTATE OF Devisee, Grantees, Assignee, llenors NOTICE corner of Westmoreland and, Madison posting. All persons Interested In this
the clerk of this Court either before service DAVID NICHOLAS SIMONS. Creditors. Trustees of Other Claimants Street application are hereby given notice of
on Husband's Deceased. under or against James W. Williams has made application You are further given NOTICE that a time and place for the two public hearings .
attorney or Immediately claiming by. through
thereafter; otherwise a NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe BARBARA JEAN SLADE who Is not copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is required.
default will be entered against you for administration of the estate of known to be dead or alive; WILLIAM L. automobile wrecking yard to the Bradford available for your Inspection at the officeof Director
the relief demanded In the petition. DAVID NICHOLAS SIMONS deceased, UMPHENOUR; and The Unknown Heirs, County Board of Adjustment described on pro the Director of Zoning and Planning Zoning A Planning
classified and
that Is I
DATED this 8th day of February 1990. File Number 90-17-CP. Is pending In the Devisees,Grantees, Assignees, Llenors, below: City Hall Thompson Street Starke, Bradford County
RAY NORMAN. Circuit Court for Bradford County Creditor Trustees or Other Claimants Parcel' No. 00949-0-00200 In Section 24 Florida. 1 tchg 3/08; Cont. No. 387
Clerk of the Court Florida. Probate Division the address of claiming by, through under or against Township 7, Range 21, Approximately 6 Each and every person having any interest P.O. Number 3870
By: Tosher Allen Deputy Clerk which Is Bradford County Courthouse, WILLIAM L. UMPHENOUR. who Is not miles South of Starke on US 301. whatever In the enactment of this
2/15 4tchg 3/08; Cont. No. 375 Starke, Fl 32091. The names and addresses know to be dead or alive; and you are The Bradford County Zoning Board will proposed ORDINANCE should appear
and be heard at the time and place
of the personal' representativeand required to serve a copy of your written review the application and make a .
the personal 'representative's attorney defense, If any to It on Kent Ridge A recommendation to the Bradford County prescribed.Board of City of Stark. Commissioners

are set forth below. ,, Crawford plaintiff's' attorney whose address Board of Adjustment for their public Bradford County, Floridaby
STARKE Interested persons are required to I*: hearing to be held at 7:30: p.m., In the : Darrell O'Neal Director
file with this court: (a) all claims against 33$Water Street Suite 900 Commission meeting room of City Hall Starke Zoning ft Planning

CHURCH OF GQ.1? the .estate WITHIN- THREE MONTHS Jacksonville, Florida 32202on ; 209 N. Thompson Street. Starke, Florida. >.-*. ,,"'" 4 |tchg<9/08Cont.No.386l; I
422 N. St.Clair 9*4+'f445 j. AFTER THE FIRST PUBUCATIOM'OF! THIS er before April 2. 1990 and file the on Tuesday, Mash V 1990, tthis. tim!!<','" O 4-f J Po..fjIf1n f2474 i /
Jorth SprcrtlrrtTPCistOr) sWo I'XIOTICB&fJ''trpV: an Interested orttftnal 0II fIr. uhf Cler-f this Court all persons will. 1 be hoard concerning nut ;,/. : r.. ..,
ia person to whom this notice I. either before service on plaintiff's attorney application as specified In the Bradford w ,
Invite to worship. with S "
you served that challenges the validity of the or Immediately thereafter; otherwise Codes.
Attended Nursery I will the qualifications of the personal a default will be entered against County Director B.C.B. of ADJ. .. """ .',.;..t.;,!'."' r:t..;1."' : .'1' i,";'I The earth Is not perfectly' round. Distnc -

Sundsy School .?????__. 10 am f representative, venue, or jurisdiction of you for the relief demanded In the com- ttchg 3/08; Cont. No. 389 measured through the poles are
Morning Wonhlp .___-__-_ 11 un the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE plaint or petition. P.O. Number 3870 shorter then those at the equator.
Evening ServJce _...._____ tpm AFTER THE FIRST PUBLICATION WITNESS hand and the seal 1 of this
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I DER Applies Pressure at County LandfillBy

Joe GIll yCT monies closing costs have ot been the lanotill spent ,on but higher those of plaints.Grade each. day, according to the com- Closure Preparation...

Staff Writer solid waste operating costs. Director O'Neal told county com-
The Bradford County Commission slopes of no greater than 30 missioners Monday, March 5, It Is
has received a letter from the degrees are required above groundon time to begin preparing to close the V
Consent Order... covered wastes. Some of
Department of Environmental slopes county landfill, due In 1991. +t
Regulation (DER) charging that the "That's what the consent order cells and a retention pond are citedas
central landfill on SR-100 south is be- was intended to be, an agreement to being greater than 30 degree Commissioners agreed to ask
ing operated In violation of several operate in non-compliance with slopes. Slopes of retention ponds engineer Frank Daram, who works
regulations, and may be subject to a regulations until a regional facility have erosion, the complaint states. with the county and New River Solid
$10,000 fine per day for each viola- becomes available to us," O'Neal Perimeter ditches are not maintained Waste Association on landfill problems
said. to control stormwater and to review rules and the clos-
tion.The alleged violations are relatedto The consent order granted by leachate. Ditches, grades and reten- ing date.
storm water control, erosion problems DER exempts the county from hav- tion ponds have erosion. r
leachate collection and treat- ing a lined landfill,a leachate collec- Commissioner Joe Riddick asked ;
ment, improper compaction and dai- tion and treatment system and a Other Complaints... Clerk Ray Norman to investigate
ly cover of wastes. gasification system in place while Quarterly sampling of ground- about a change In state law that will
"We have spent a great deal ot the tri-county landfill at Ellerbee water monitoring wells data has not allow the county to assess solid
money on storm water control and schedule developed, which is been submitted to DER on a regular waste fees without Inter local
have done considerable constructionon now \to be ready about basis, says the complaint. agreements with municipalities. !
storm water retention areas," November. "Someone at DER hasn't checked
said Solid Waste Director Darrell All three counties in the New their files," says O'Neal. A report Riddick also said Hampton's In
O'Neal. River Solid Waste Association are dated January 17 from Technical terlocal agreement expires in two or
"The costs of waste collection and operating in non-compliance with Services, Inc. of Jacksonville shows three months and Hampton doesn'tintend
disposal have increased from about regulations under the DER consent results of the samples taken in the told the to renew it.council Riddick said the
$150,000 per year to almost $800,000 orders, which last year were extended fourth quarter of 1989. Samples were not Hampton not to plan Home.
per year in the last three years," he until 1991.Storm taken again March 5 for the first ment. yiHamptonolRiddickesaid he- Basketball Trophy Brought ..

said, "and yet DER is finding fault quarter of 1990, said O'Neal. pointed out cannot afford to build its Harry Hatcher left, of the Western Steer Steakhouse, sponsored the
with the operation. The only cure is Water. Cover... Insufficient reserve equipment or own landfill,probably the only alter Lawtey Recreation basketball team that brought home the second place
to abandon this site and go to Two storm water retention ponds other arrangements, in case of native they would have. trophy from the Havana Bears Tournament played at Havana Middle
another landfill." have been built, one three acres,one equipment failure, are not evident: School recently. Holding the trophy Is player-coach Curtis White.
The$800,000 cost this ye ir does not five acres, and a third, to be seven The department requests lease ar- In Summary... Members of the Lawtey Rec team are Eddie Thompklnf, John Berry,
for 25 rangements to obtain alternate James Henderson, Lonnie Griffin, Rob Norman,and
include closing costs toe acre acres, is under construction at the While is DeVane Ross Stacy
no one opposed to protec-
landfill, which is estimated to be a landfill.The dirt removed is used for equipment within 24 hours followinga ting the environment It to Jenkins.
minimum of$55,000 per acre, or$1.3 daily cover for deposited wastes. breakdown. this writer that excessive nit-picking seems The team played seven games In one day,says Coach White."We had a
million. Other estimates run as highas "With the equipment we have, In- by DER Is driving the costs of waste good time, the guys played hard."
$150,000 per acre, which could cluding a heavy dirt hauler, I don't Copies of approved drawings, control excessively high, to the pointof Lawtey Rae won the first game,lost the second to the Starke Start beata
reach near $4 million if full scale see how the amount of dirt we move plans, reports, operational plan, bankrupting small counties and team from around Tallahassee, came back and beat the Starke Stars
contamintion is found. each day isn't enough for adequate supporting information and permit taxpayers therein. beat Palatka and beat Havana In the sixth game, then lost to Havana In
According to these closing cost cover," said O'Neal. "We are mov- not kept on site. the championship game.
estimates, the solid waste fee in ing all we can with the equipment we No control of vectors (flies, Taxpayers in these counties are Some members of the Starke Stars are Coach Lee Bass. Gerald Good-
Bradford County the year the land- have." rodents) is evident and inadequatecover fast reaching the limit of their en- man, Darron Chandler. A.J. Ross, Simon Mitchell. Roy Reynolds, and.
fill will be closed could run from$150 About two feet of solid wastes are may lead to vector porblems. durance and may be poised for a tax- Alphonio Smith.Charges.
to $450 per tax parcel. The county required to be spread in layers, then Intermediate cover not being ap- payer revolt If escalating costs are
may bond those cost to level the compacted to about one foot before plied in accordance with regula- not brought under control. At some
assessment out over a long period of tions. A one foot layer of compactedsoil point the Increased costs do not
years. another layer is applied. Then a six In addition to the six inch return a reasonable benefit,and that .
Plan was to save part of the $75 inch layer of initial soil cover is required of initial soil shall be applied within point seems to have been exceededat
to be spread at the end seven days of cell in his being charged in a misdemeanor
solid waste assessment fee to cover on top completion., the Bradford County landfill. (from page 1A) indictment.

-- Some days following the no true During its investigation, the grand
bill decision, Rosier revealed his jury found that Rosier had approved
feelings about the result of the grand vacation pay for 1990 to Chief Jor
jury Investigation, and his treatdan, prior to Jordan's being elected
Chief Jordan Demands Refund of Qualifying Fees; ment while before the jury, resulting for that period.

Election Ordinances Missing from Lawtey Records BIIS As .
Johnny Hobbs, counsel for Lawtey some 2 inches. The city has been (from 1A) A-B Honor Roll...
by Butter Rahn said he received a copy of Shawls unable to come up with back-up page! Seniors... Train Blye, Kendra
BCT Staff Writer letter March 2 and was not preparedto corieaJ since apparently no other full algebra II, geometry, woodwind L. Butler,Celeste A. Carter,Chad E.
band II, honors biology I and honors
ordinances is maintained
Robert comment
Lawtey Mayor Scott was Monday night. Crafton, Aimee L. Ferguson, Kevin
advised by Attorney Gene Shaw that Attorney Shaw told Mayor Scott elsewhere. American history. E. Finch, Deanna"A. Francis,
Lawtey Chief of Police M.M. Jordanis that legal action may be averted by Chief M.M. Jordan said Tuesday Kimberly A.Johnson, Andrew T.
demanding the return of qualifyIng furnishing his office with a city or- morning that he is serious about Maricle,Randall G. Milton,Tammie
fees for the past 14 elections, going dinance that specifically authorizesthe reimbursement of the fees, and the Freshmen... L. Patterson Elizabeth A. Rathbun,
back some 29 years. collections of these (qualifying) amount will be$6-B thousand for the Carl N. Richie, Mark P. Shuford,
Jason Canova of
A. son Mr. and
14 elections.In ,
Telken J. Turner
Mayor Scott provided copies of the fees.Mayor Scott told the council that the December 1989 election, Mrs. David Canova of Kingsley Misty Rawanda L N. Tyso.n.Loren ,
letter to council members during its someone"who knew what he was do- Jordan was returned to office with a Lake. Canova Is enrolled in
regular meeting, Monday, March ing" removed a number of or- 171-119 vote, for the 14th term of office health/life management skills, Juniors... Christina B. Bath,
Pepsi or Coke...? Robert dinances from the city's records, all and is now in his 29th year.Oneterm honors English I, honors algebra I, Michael L. Becker, Missy R. Bonier,
In his letter to Mayor
of which was for one year.) brass band I. chorus! I, honors earBrian
Andrea Olive bought this long- pertained to city elections. D. Canova, Joshua S.
Scott Shaw said "There science
necked Pepsi Pep-O this week, but is according, Attorney to information, furnishes The book was originally some 3 In- If Chief Jordan wins back his th/space skills. and practical Crawford, Mayra E. Cruz, April D.
when she went to open it, the cap ches thick, Mayor Scott indicated qualifying fees other Lawtey elected keyboard Dicandlo Brad L.Hamilton Tiffany
ordinance which
us no city with his thumb officials may also be entitled to a James L. Parado, son of Mr. and Walter Jason
said "Coca-Cola. authorizes\ the assessment or collec- and finger, and now Mrs. Romeo Parado of L. King, ? C. Littler, G.
It is a long neck nonreturnable tions of these fees." Attorney it is about "this thick," indicating reimbursement. Lake. Parado is enrolled in Hampton Spanish Norman, Alpesh K. Patel David W.
12-ounce bottle of Pepsi, the Coke Patrick, Danika L. Richardson,
I, honors English ZI, algebra II,
John C. Robbing Sharea M.Sanford
Is Inscribed in and
cap Spanish was
made in Mexico. Brooker Firemen Need More chorus personal fitness, honors Marla K. Scott, James N. Smith,
Training earth/space science, and' global
; Kevin M:" Snow, John E. Ward,
studies,,' .. Momka.8. Williams.Sophomores. .
Jail CommitteesTo The Brooker rescue unit answeredten The district is described as the term had expired failed in a tie vote, Erica L. Pfenniger' 't aughi'er'of
calls in January-one structurefire county line on three sides and with Councilmen Pierce and Melvin Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Wilson Starke. ... Stephanie A.
Meet March 15A eight brush fires and onemedical halfway between Graham and voting 'No' and Adams and Bryant Miss Pfenniger is enrolled in Agin Michele Barbour, Shore S.
assist, a heart patient Brooker to the east, which is near voting 'Yes'. health/life management skills, Brown,Mark J. Crawford,Sophia A.
new committee to study whetheror Fire Chief Tony Stalnaker reportedto the waste compactor site and Rock "Blake did a lot of work for honors English I, honors algebra I, Fanton,Timothy E. Gowens Amanda -
not the county should build a new the Brooker Council, Tuesday, Church Road. Brooker," Bryant said, even using brass band I, jazz ensemble I. K. Loper. Michael DMcKinney,
jail has been appointed by County Feb. 6.Brooker. "The called truck is only supposed his truck for city needs.Bryant mov- honors earthspacescience, and Christa F. Modesitt, Timothy C.
Commission Chairman Maxie Fire Department has only to be needed,"said councilman ed that the city reimburse Hamilton, world geography. Norman, Richard G. Parrlsh, Nor-
Carter, Jr.Carter one volunteer qualified to assist in George Pierce, and "first as a consultant hired by Brooker Dottle R. Prevatt,daughter of Mr. man J. Redding, Brandy C. Ross,
is asking the committee to medical emergencies, Stalnakersaid. responders are the only ones that and repay the $450 first paid as and Mrs. Robert Prevatt of Starke. Melissa D.Salmon,Metina L.Smith,
meet at 5 p.m. next Wednesday, Paul McDavid, a full time should be paged..." for calls other mayor's salary. Adams concurred, Miss Prevatt Is enrolled In drawing Christopher T. Snow, Jane R.
March 14, in the courthouse with the fireman for the City of Ocala is a than for fires. saying Hamilton had earned the and painting I, health/life manage- Stanwix-Hay.
certified medical techni- More training is needed for ment skills standard English I
committee established and emergency money In services to the town. ,
which has already been the cian and is a volunteer fireman for firemen, and training schools are to "I think we are opening a can of algebra, earth/space science, food Freshmen... Angle D. Baldree,
capacity.The studying jail Brooker. be scheduled by Stalnaker for the worms. I cannot support it,"said ac- and nutrition and study hall. Bradley P. Ball,Emily D. Bradford,
new committee members Three firemen are certified In department, particularly a first ting Mayor Gene Melvin. Pierce Kim T. Byrd, Ethan R. Caren,
named by Carter are: Anita Rink, CPR, Chief Stalnaker said. But responder course. agreed. The motion did not carry Heather M. Safer, daughter of James A:Davis,Jennifer C.Glisson,
executive director of the Chamber of sometimes paramedics need help in "We need to be the best trained as because of the tie vote. Mrs. Gina Safer of Starke and Aime N. Griffis Shawn L. Gulley,
Commerce; Vernon Silcox,mayor lifting and moving patients, and possible," the council said. 'a Marshal Tommy Raulerson Sheldon Safer of Orange Park. Miss Mary J.:Harven'Jeffery W. Johns,
Starke; Neil Tucker, former city most firemen respond to all calls has been by Sheriff Ken- Safer is enrolled in Spanish I,honors Justin B. Kendrick, Bryon E. Lee,
clerk; Freeman Register Starke from the central dispatcher in Hamilton Pay... neth Etheridge deputized and has authority to English I, algebra II, personal Stephen T. McLeod, Lori A. Mosley,
businessman; John Miller, co- Starke. A motion to reimburse former assist the Sheriff's department in fitness honors earth/space science, Misti D. Padgett,Robin D. Register,
publisher of The Telegraph, and "All trucks go to everything In the Mayor Blake Hamilton the $450 paid law enforcement activities in the global studies an practical. Tonya A. Talum. Caryn L. Taylor,
John Anderson.by district," said Chief Stalnaker. him while serving as Mayor after his surrounding area when called upon. keyboard skills. Eric R. Taylor, Erin,M. Wilkinson.

I Bids on Hampton- CDBG Grant to be Opened March 21 I

Marcia Goodga Ing.;, When bids are opened,the council necessary if EMS services are to be last week's salary of $152, plus-a $5 trot ordmacea lo Attorney Shaw at rating should help reduce fire In-
ICT CormponiUnt will know exactly how much continued. reimbursement for stamps he pur- the council's request. surance premiums for residents of
Bids will be opened March 21 on money will be left when the major Hampton Council Chairman Pete chased. Wadsworth's request for Shaw said he expected to have an the newly rated areas.
$350,000 CommunityDevelopment project is completed and can make Thomas asked Chapman why bills three weeks vacation pay and a $15 ordinance prepared for first readingat The rating change should come
Block Grant (CDBG) firm plans regarding the various op- are sent to residents using the EMS rental charge for the use of his the March council meeting. The about after 2Mi years of work by the
project which will improve the tions. service if the service is to be fundedby heater at city hall were both denied ordinance will allow city employeesto volunteer fire department to meet
town's water system, make street the special assessment. Chapman by the council. pick up stray dogs, or other fire safety criteria.The last require-
improvements and provide water to EMS Funds?... noted that the bills are for Attorney Shaw told the council animals which are causing problems ment was that the department havea
the Hampton Villas. No decision was made on whetheror medicines, supplies and medical that since Wadsworth was on inside the city limits. 24-foot extension ladder.The coun-
The council set a special meetingfor not Hampton will sign an In- equipment which are used during straight salary at the time of his Hodges also told the council that cil approved the purchase of the lad-
Wednesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. terlocal agreement which would the emergency call and which can- resignation due to Illness, and not on several different forms should be der which is estimated to cost about
in the town hall for the opening of the allow Bradford County to collect the not be reused for other patients. The hourly he was entitled to his ordered so that the city marshal's of- $175.
bids. An estimated deadline of July special assessment will waged fice can comply with FDLE (Florida
$35 assessment fee, earmarked to cover full last week I paycheck. The council also approved the pur-
21 has been set for project comple- support the county's operating costs, such as personnel Wadsworth claimed that the vaca- Department of Law Enforcement) chase of a battery for the fire truck,
tion, according to Gary Bethune of medical services, from emergency Hampton salaries, etc.Chairman. tion time had been set up by the regulations regarding arrest pro- a set of fire boots and three fire
Clark, Roumelis and Associates, the residents. Thomas also noted that council when he took over as clerk, cedures. helmets.In .
firm which wrote the grant for Bradford Commissioner Joe Rid- the Commission had first asked for but the council disagreed with him The council voted to allow Hodgesto
Hampton."We dick, County Programs Director the assessment to be $30, plus $5 to and no proof was provided at the order 200 4-part arrest forms at a
still expect the protect to Darryl O'Neal and Bradford EMS cover the cost of separate billing. meeting, so they refused to pay the cost of approximately $60.99. Two
come in under budget, said Director Cliff Chapman all attendedthe "Now that it's going to be added onto extra money, saying that tposition Clerk's hundred of the forms should last
Bethune, noting that several con- meeting in order to answer any the ad valorem tax Dill in November Is not a full-time position. about 2 years, noted Hodges. Other BusinessThe
tract options will also be bid with the questions for the councilmembers. Instead of being billed separately, Just going to steal it from '
major project. If enough money is The council was told that a billing will the price still be$35?" he asked. ?" asked Wadsworth, visibly Fire Protection Rate council...
left from the grant after the major procedure change will postpone the "That's negotiable" replied me by the decision. May Upgrade Soon Decided to look into the possiblity\
project is completed,one or more of assessment bills until November. O'Neal, saying that the postponement Present Clerk Martha Williams is of ordinances empowering the city
Volunteer Fire Chief Scott Davis to '
these options may also be com would allow to take dispose of vacant and dilapidated
Since the billing schedule has changed everyone on hourly wages and does not told the council that the Hampton buildings
pleted.The. more time to examine the situation which pose either fire
the deadline for a decision from receive vacation or sick pay. area's fire
K options include: 1- 1resurfac the council was also postponed and before a vote is required.No protection rating may hazard or health threat- More
e ing Division Ave. south of Pine no vote was taken.Councilman Dog Ordinance... soon 8 insides the to city a 9,limits.and possiblyan This meeting.discussion is due on this at the next
Street resurfacing Central Ave. Vacation
Ted Curtis asked the
of; dogs are becoming a real
4 resurfacing Pine Street west Stray .
audience If For Former Clerk
anyone present was In Marshal
In ,
Division Street and 4- abandoningtwo problem Hampton
favor of
wells In the assessment After hear- The council voted to pay former John Hodges. Hodges provided information "'
inactive water a manner
of En- ing only 'no's Curtis said, "I just City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth his and sample animal con- I : Sixteen"
which meets with Department don't see how we can vote in favor of w: w.es.t .
vironmental Regulation (DER) it (interlocal agreement) when the > v (.. .r
Another people we're working for aren't In -
possible option discussedat favor of It." HEARING
the Feb. 13 regular council He asked what would happen if the : GAINESVILLE '
meeting, was running water lines city did not approve the interlocal -
west on Navarre Street to the city a reement. AID CENTER Birthday
limits. Debbie Roumelis, vice- City Attorney Gene Shaw said that :
I president of the grant-writing firm, if Hampton wants EMS services, WILL BE ATMITCHELL'S .
told the council that a survey of and cannot afford to provide them
Navarre Street would have to be for Its citizens, then the council may : DRUG STORE TIMMY O'NEALWE
made to Insure that the people who find Itself faced with the decision of
would benefit from this project op- either signing the interlocal agreement 127 CCiII Street .' ,
,t tion would meet with the low-income or doing without EMS ser, On the second Wednesday of each month
requirements of the CDBG grant. If vices. ALL LOVE YOU,
the residents in the Navarre Street Chapman noted that Bradford 1:303:30 ,
area meet the income requirements EMS uses all the state grants and p.m. OM
and enough money is left from the other monies available to it, "so .
f major project, this option might be we'll be the least burden possible," : FREE HEARING TEST '
added later 1.noted Bud Clark, presi- but that cuts to the county budget .
dent of the firm. caused by decreasing revenues has SALES SERVICE REPAIRS BATTERIES
No firm decision will be made on made the special assessment
these options until after the bid open-



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Starke Elementary A's, First Grade...

T First Grade students of Ms. McLeod Wainwright Middle row: Daniel Mattox, John Myers, Tonya
and Sexton home rooms, at Starke Elementary School Rehberg. Amanda Seyfang, Wesley Tanner, Gary
LkJkL making straight A's for the third six weeks grading Wallace, Jennifer Watson, Jessica Carter, Ryan
i .. ,IIF period are pictured, left to right: Rosier and Chris Wilkerson.
--- ------ Back row Nathan Thomas,Stacy Paterson, Michael
row Michael
Front Matthew Hull Johns Jamesla
Starke Elementary A's. O'Steen, Elizabeth Haston, Norman Glenn
Straight .. Aldridge, Allsha Patel, Donald Crawford: Shannon Becky
First grade students of Ms. Baughman Ivey and Kathy Starling. Brooks Brian Brown, Melissa Curtis, Natalie Holton New Alvarez.Nikki Newsom, Latoya Chandler and Whitneyand
Patterson home rooms at Starke Elementary School Middle row: Christina Walker, Keith Warren Justin Charles Johnson.
making straight A's for the third six weeks grading DeValerlo. Saml Jenkins, Abble Kelly Jennifer --- .-.-
period are pictured, left to right: Morgan, Ron Whitehead and ,William Atwood.
Back row Shamar Barnes Ryan Carter, Kenny I''wi+i MaaM.rl
Front row Jessica Brummett, Christopher Joseph, Cooley, Tract Cruce, Monlque Ferguson, Sandra Kir-
Robert Kroll Kelly McBride Lindsey Moredock, chalne, Kurt Graudons and Maria Jefferson. .. -r
Bryan Rosier, Jenifer Schaller. Donavan Smith and Cheryl Miller was absent. iaaas

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Straight A's at Starke Elementary, Grade Three...

Starke Elementary Straight A's, Grade Two... Students at Starke Elementary school In the third Nancy Hildebrand, Brian Kelly, Jenifer Rountree and
grade who made straight A's for the third six weeks Jessica Baldree.
Second grade students making straight A's for the Smith, Trade Cohens, Erica Driver, Joahua Dusted grading period are (1 to r): Back row: Erin Luke, Kristen Wainwright, Lorraine
third six weeks grading period at Starke Elementary Hannah Chapman, Bobby Coleman and Brand Front row Angela Wright, Jessica Mobley, Macy Curtner, Ell Dixon, Angela Ray and Julie Widner
school are (I Ito r): Faulkner. Stephens, Will Hartley, Marklee Harris, Shital Patel Brandon Prevatt, Jason Prevatt, Hope Paterson and
Front row: Florence Jenkins, Aaron Woodfln, BranBack row: Josh Forman, Shauna Leverson Dana and Morgan Fill. Marie Blackburn were absent
dl Northrup, Stephen Browning, Erin Elliot Amanda Milner,Jonle Starling.Candy Thomas Oracle Warren, Middle row:. Catherine Vickery Vanessa Bennett
Fell Phillip Hendricks, Chris Lam and Rebecca Frances McKenna and Tabitha Padgett. .... .. -.5., CIII! IIO. Miller. Michael McMillian and Farah Martin were absent. t.rr sj'
Middle row James Ross Lindsey Sheffield Ashley : wrfi&
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''Straight A's at Starke Elementary, Grade 5...

'Students at Starke Elementary school In the fifth Middle row: Andrana llamm, James llankersim
grade who made straight A's for the third six weeks, West Milner, Sheetal Patel, Jeremy Pilcher, Carnirlla
are (I to r): Thomas and Matthew Wood.
Front row Emily Hartley, Michelle Osteen, Lindsay ack row Rhlannon Bott, Christina Thornton, !)a.!ill
Woodfln. Drew Wainwright Amanda Welch, Nakisha Rowland, Angela Mathis Jarrod Kersey, Angela
Straight A's at Starke Elementary school, grade 4... Williams, Mitchell Ames and Amanda Bakken. HIlliard, Rasheeta Chandler and Sarika Patel.

Students at Starke Elementary school making Mldrtl- ..nwi Amy Greene, Stacy Michelle Crosby,
straight A's 'on their report cards for the third six Br .... Christopher S. Kinney, Emily Wheeler,
weeks grading period are (Ito r): Renae :.twb and Sekennla Bell. Boys Tennis at 4-1 Season Record .
Front row Kim Pharis, Ginnie Campbell. Heather Travis Crew, Cae Bedwell Crystal Melvin, Brlanne
Jarvis Morris Mahoney, Benjy Murphy, Dipt Patel Gill, Beverly Williams, Stephanie Gunter and Michael
and Carrie Thompson. Wright. Three straight wins this week puts 7-4 by the MHS team of Martin- Jacobs/Hickman Baker leks and
the boys tennis team at Bradford Lynch. Jim Grover, bHi, lost 9-7 to
High a 4-1 season record and 2-0 in Top seed Mark Shuford,BHS, beat Mallory/Griffis, Baker.
t 1t District play. Rich Sweat, MHS, 8-2. Jason Welty,
\t The 6-1 win over Suwannee High of BHS won 8-1 over Robbie Carlee, Upcoming...
s aw W 1 a r Live Oak on the Bradford High court MHS. Michael McKinney, BHS, won Next Tuesday, March 13, the BUSboys
Tuesday, March 6. extends the BHS 8-3 over Jeff Lynch. Shannon Hicks, and girls tennis teams to
A&StraightA's win streak to four in a row BHS also BHS, won 8-1 over David Lee, MHS. Keystone High for a 3 p,m. match
beat Midd'eburg High 4-2 and Baker Jason Martin, MHS, won 8-4 over
High 43.BIIS Chad Welch BHS.Weltywelch .
BHS, won 9-8, 7-3 in NORMAN'SROADSIDE
6 Live Oak 1 doubles over Martin/Lynch.
Singles wins by Mark Shuford. Shuford/McKinney, BHS, lost 8-6 to
Chad Welch, Michael McKinney andShannon Sweat/Carlee.
Hicks and doubles wins by
Mark Shuford and Michael McKin- BIIS 4 Baker :3 MARKET
ney and Jason Welty and Chad "A good win," said Coach
Welch paced the BHS win over McGriff, without two of the top four 301 North of Starke
Welch and
Suwannee High. Bradford players, Chad
Top seed Mark Shuford of BHS Richard Smith."Everyone 964-9152
defeated Joey Guy, S, 8-1. Jason played pretty well,"
Welty. BHS lost 9-7 on the second said Coach McGriff.
court. Chad Welch, BHS, won 8-4 The top four seeds. Mark Shuford STARKE
over Jamey Kirby, S. Michael Jason Welty,Michael McKinney andShannon
McKinney, BHS, won 8-4 over Jon Hicks won their singles STRAWBERRIESFRESH
Klle,S.Shannon Hicks,BHS,won Hover matches to clinch the win. BHS lost
Mike Hester, S. Raymond the number five singles match and FROM OUR FARM
Trimble, BHS, lost 6-3 and Robbie both doubles matches.
-' Sapp,BUS, lost 6-2 in exhibition mat- Top seed Mark Shuford, BHS won SEA TROUT FILLETS
at Brooker Elementary... ches. 8-6 over Johnnie Jacobs, Baker. No.
Hicks came from 1-5 behind to win 2 seed Jason Welty, a BHS 99 lb.
Luke, Tabitha Green, Samantha Green Chad Thomas $1|
Students at Brooker Elementary School In all grades 8-3 over Rich
Adam Stevenson and Jimmy Berry. 8-6 and clinch the match,said Coach freshman, won
their cards for the third Baker. Third seed
making straight A's on report Back row: Jennifer Lefevers, Kelll Grlffis. Wendy Jerry McGriff. Hickman,
six weeks grading period are (I-r)I Michael McKinney, a BHS ,Red ts
and Williams, Michael Dodge, Nadia Hardan, Julie Robin- ,S'mippl'! Fm
Thomas Marcus
lIasden Amanda 8-4 ,
Front row Brian sophomore, won over
son, Kelly Cook and Derek Siders
BUS 5 Middleburg 2
Amanda Futch Mallory, : '
Middle row: Jennifer Cone, Emily Myers, AmySecond Most everyone played well and all Shannon Hicks, BHS, won 8-6 over 499.Jb. ,
10 boys got to play, said Coach Jason Griffis, Baker. Mark Parado,
McGriff.Shuford. BHS, lost 8-6 to Jeremy Gibson,
Welty, McKinney and Baker. Rock Shrimp
Hicks won singles matches. The The Bradford doubles team ofWeltyMcKinney
2 team of Welty-Welch, BHS,went 7-6, lost 8.5 to $299 lb.
-f _!
1 Week Put BHS
2 Loses This Snow Crab Clusters

Golfers at 0-2 Season Record $399 Ib-

Tornado golfers are 0-2 to start the Shaun Kowell played but their SOUTH FLORIDA
1990 season after losses this week scores didn't count.
Suwannee High 170-198 on the Live Last Thursday in Live Oak Link Pole Deans
Oak Country Club Course and lost Bishop led BHS with 3-over-par 39. String Deans
176-211 to Gainesville High on the Stephen McLeod shot SO, Ron '
University Golf Course. Zurfluh a 51, and Evan Douglas 58. 750 Ib.

Tuesday in Gainesville senior Link Upcoming... White or Red Seedless Crapes
Bishop shot a 44 to lead to BHS.
Senior Ron Zurfluh shot 51, BHS is home at 3:30: p.m. today $4 OOIi
sopohomore Evan Douglas shot 55, (Thursday, March 8) against lb.

and freshman Stephen McLeod shot Orange. ...
61. Best golfer from GHS was a 41. Next Tuesday, March 13, at 3:30: CC U '-)
Freshman Jimmy Parado and p.m. BHS is home against '
Stephen Murphy and sophomoreThe St.Augustine. ;" o'f(
aV $
t f Yet .1' .
Girl's Softball Falls to GHS, KITS b '- 'i

Bradford High, now 04, girls Last 'inu'sday, March 1, against
softball team lost 22-0 to Gainesville GHS Shere' Brown and Stephanie 3O.
"" n this were 2.for2.Upcoming. I
High and 16-1 to Keystone High Gainey
Grade Straight-A's at Southside..._ past week.
Second raw Juanle Dampier, Alan Relael' Billy ...
Students In the Second Grade'at Southslde Elemen- Vlckery, Meredith Pearson, Matthew Brown, Jason Tuesday March 6, at Keystone BHS plays Middleburg High here
tary school making straight A'I. for, the third six weekd Daugherty. Adam Glisson, Evan Hardee, Chris Hobbs High Bradford's Stephanie Gaineywas at 4 p.m. today (Thursday, March
period are (I-r)I and Julie McMillan. 2-for-3 with triple and scored the 15).
grading. Front row Vanessa Van Camp. R.ch.el Bunker row! Pamela Reddish, Crystal Simmons, Sally only BHS run. BHS hits were by March 13, BHS goes to
Patricia MM M. Catle Dugger. Justin Hall. Jeremy s-k Aaron Tetstone NeTerrell Warren, Monica Rachael Tyson, Shere' Brown. and Gainesville Eastside for a 4 p.m. .T
McRae, Mike Schlofman. Matthew Scott, Kelly Con- M ensE 01 Iy Mills, Gene Anderson and Danielle Kendra Butler game.
.aa.btOll'.nd Christine cribbs. Parker.

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4, BUS Runners 3rd at "
Boys .,,:;\. ,
Tornadoes Out-Lift :. '
Interlachen] Invitational :


2A Bradford's boy runners were third ar..:..1)eL.a.IIM.Mao.n rah.....iNS. ,';, .
State Champs out of 12 schools and Lady Tornado aarr*)-..MM.OUOOOUw ''
MIII / runners were sixth Saturday,March ass M kM 'I) Mk A* rt. MM ....... n) ON* ti
t 3 at the Interlachen Invitational.The .
r GtaA..t.IIM baaaar n V.Abwr.lr..bla.r.
BUS girls totaled 25 points. -N DMki 1)I) ..... MM, '
Tornado weightlifters outlined follow ; ,
the gym, : The ..,...n OwiHitM.MVL M.M.Tw .
Baker County Wildcats in a close Bradford, aok.r37 scoring was: *MHj dim -C2oWoM..NMsa7.a1:
meet Wednesday, February 28. .A .i>.. run n) _*. wtUtaiM arr, q) -..,. ')--.... I) -.....
WT. MmOwKh to* T | WH_unv ..... ....
Team ., -. ... -. -. ,. -
scores were 43 Tornadoes 37 114 jMkCMMtot* 'ot'N IM OHin
DMcmi a)nt Hunk WHII.IK wr.y. ..,,. -,.
Wildcats. MM 0,.m ..y fcnl MO 171 >7IIM .....tempi 4)) ItoiiM WDItoM...r.
Baker County Is the defending JVMM Mit.ffck M. 111 130 aMY -b Mlh Jwnpi 1))Ttoi AuriN. WIMMM*1" The 'boys results against North
AIJWM IM III UO MOjMkUwtt 100 IMMT......t)* r*..WHtem.II 17. Marion
state champions in class 2A "Ml IW 110 171 A't .... were:
Ir *
t ) (OiMfM Ht4r. Okcnl w., ,
Setting[ a new school record in the IW MiMpMto'l .... IM WO .70, +. -- ...,. --....rty.)...,. aw >MI I) OM ..... eNa. MI'Vi 4) DMHckUiHi.
bench press event, lifting 315 jMOwriMI 4th Ml IM OMIII M*r." Run, s) bm Dwohlwy tiW.0. .IW.Mrri II)_.....ITIVk*.
AI Jones also TtWMltoM IM tM MO 140. NNM....,.q)aNa(_..wl/s.-u,fc...../l.lt.. M. 1)) BI..I.. MM. MWI-l t)) IMHJ.mm .
pounds, set a new total o..t)WMfcNM MM. UO 4M ash,.Ml* a.w DMtltMr' )*44.... ,trrt,a)IIMMI,MM orr.
pounds lifted record of 580 pounds in IM OMOM41 IM MO OW Uldr H%* A.... 1)Alto.jMkiM.(HI,rri,1)0 )Oitam.MM ,
the 148 body weight class. *.DMN, ant ... >>. IMIM The BBS boys, third overall, ,4"MT.IM '
ItoMl Italy IM IM HO MlMUlto ) A M ......... iw, iru"i I) M.ai .
Jones had set the clean and jerk CftwfMtl. fcMt IH" III, 4WHwt scored 49 points. Allen Jenkins won -.IM7"r,1))nn,.,rT.riM.wa, in*.
school record in his first meet, D..t February 14 at Union County. w._ Mt ass uo .il'i,., rt 'a and two mile runs. BHS was secondin ."'Mo-,,)_MM orr.VMkl :
the 440 and II.1.r.I--) ".
Trammell Jones
The previous school record was The next outing for the Al Jones Sets School Record... was second in the 220 dash. MM.1a"r n) Dnlw.....W. -
set by Mike Crews in 1976 at 290 is Wednesday March last MM q)1"I) UHM.tr -
weightlifters ,
AI Jones hag set another school welghtHfting record In the bench press Unf Jumpl, 1))AHM. jMiklnl II'.''''". .+.+., Jl 1)IMM.MM al.b.Nsssw. .
bench, 260 jerk 550 total. Jones now 7, the Keystone Tournament at .
both bench and clean and Tripta JumQ) All,1.r1M.Irr" tarfll q) lit NM II 07| D) bWrtNMM
records In
holds school
has lifted 315 bench, 265 jerk, 580 Keyatone Heights. Six area schools event. Jones now press Mloh tempi 4))Mini._In.fA wr.Nos 11.71.
total. wiU in the event: Keystone, Jerk weightlifting In the 148 body weight clad hsvlng pressed 315 and "Ie".........l q)TyraM ta?4.n ,...., --,,)Wn O m.INI.KM... 11)we,_
compete cleaned 265 for a total of 580 pounds at a ....I. lfciK),. : .ysiane February 100 MM IMBtll" >)dint.* 111. ........a..., .....-_...
Individual results of the Baker WUlisbm, Chlefland, Union County, The old record of 290 260 550 set by IIlIIeCrewlIn 1978. Mil'iml 1))Lmnj Onwi 4iO, .'. Is.r1 arl.w q_......n aNS M. (aru.....
28. was
County meet, held at the Starke Interlachen and Bradford. 440 Y..*....,..1)ails(CUM N-.Tmmml teim.IkWrt --....e..A tai/.....,7
Mlclwli. ,Tlmmy T.rlor)41.... *m*tin IMHim '...M....*)1))wrr.r.MM.".",ap) uu.
,..Hi.whunr km.*.rife MM d.wt OHO-, ....11 11.wy 7rM.aNa.aswaaa ,.
. BUS Varsity Nine Extend Losing Streak to 0-6 mtf..Live V4 Hum a/) (fenny IMv lili" 0.IH I)U.i., .,MM 4IM4 a))hMt,NM.44.T4.lOOyd. .
Vrf De....n)Trammel 1 te M ns iWM I) .....r, MM. t'*.17| n) bMiyMM.
The winless Bradford High varsity' Monday, March 12, BHS goes to singled to left center, stole second, nullMy ;t* Ok 400tockwK Tun Wta KWII, q)Uny Oram ....,. .V4D.OHO..,Il44,0)W..l..MM.. ll_...,..
= Hl owNr
baseball team lost three games this Trinity High in Jacksonville for a and scored when the Trinity right ,M III _- .Ik 411Uno N.Marlon Meet..< I)) .......<.MM)14..4. | ) NM s/.wr
week, and its losing streak extendedto return game at 4 p.m. fielder dropped a routine fly ball by .If .. 100 ..m 411ammfw rw MINI sa.N 'I) Uny o.+.w. IMI, 11...,.. 1)il.t )
Ik a ahlaa *k IIIMtMnl The North Marion girls beat the
six games. Tuesday, March 13, the BUS nine Devin Jackson. Jackson went to se- .< III DM..O IIIO.kln. ... ,MM. IM0.70I I)....r Mil.,I..OH..Ifctt.t*.
...... BHS girls 63-44 and the NM boys M*.litoyi I)NM Galas, t) IM 4M.O(IvH DwcMN ,
BHS has Feb. III
tie with cond
a 16 travels to Ocala Vanguard for a 7 on a passed ball and scored on Oman. IllPnnMf
,. III rrNNh.Ita l l beat the BHS boys 76-59 In a dual KwMV D OM*.TVfww ftMt M* TlMMtv'" .. /
Gainesville High The game was p.m. road game. an infield grounder. In the second Cwvw.fk IIP --.f aO.Forest meet Tuesday, March 6 on the Tuesday was a disappointment, to
called because of to darkness: The BHS a a third run on two straight HMy. .l I tO Bradford oval. say the least, said Coach Loper.Some .
teams are due to finish the game singles by Daron Eunice and James BHS had High of the individual efforts fell
when GUS visits March 29. McNeal and two infield grounders.In 8 BHS 4 some problems Tuesday.It but
Trinity 5 BUS 4 turnaround from the Saturday short as a group the team didn'tdo
Santa Fe got is Its second win over the third BUS added a fourth run The Tornado nine lost 8-4 at Ocala was near as well as it should have.
BHS &-3 win the BHS diamond A error and two singles scored the when Devin Jackson effort and some people were absent -
a on was hit by a Forest last Friday+ March 2. The team will be without some
Tuesday afternoon, March 8. Santa winning run for Trinity High of pitch, advanced on a walk and Catcher James McNeal homered whose presence would have runners this Saturday but will
Fe won 4-2 Feb. 23 Ocala Forest won Jacksonville in a 5-4 loss Monday scored on infield grounder to short- turned some events around, said
with Travis who had hopefully pick: up a couple.
Long, singled, Coach
Bradford the George Loper.
March 5, by High on
8-4 in Ocala, leading all the way. stop.In.
aboard for two runs in the fourth Inn-
BHS diamond.Bo The girls stats are:
Emory (B.B.) Prevatt the fourth Trinity to Prevatt
Sophomore got
Two BHS scored in
ing. more runs ..... _..
called fun I) WIDtatn* (HI arr. I) P.Tlwnn
up to the varsity this week, for one run on a triple and a single.
the fifth when ., .
inning Terry Berry MM II W,a)Aurtlta WIIII M, IN*..1'1' '
held Trinity High of Jacksonville In the fifth lead-off batter doubled got on base on an error by the OF D''...,.. I) Men*. Will..... IOTO". I) D. Upcoming...
scoreless for three innings and BHS Hersey relieved in the sixth and scored. In the sixth Trinity shortstop and Jeff Carver! singled TlwiMl' Nhl.n'Ir', n)Mduy NM"" BUS is going to the Palatka Invita-

had a cushion but ended up losing and took the loss. Sophomore B.B. scored twice on three hits, two and both scored on a single by Donate -, Ufl High.tempi tempi' I)q Awffl) M...W._WWtaM. aNa. OH rlr.*. If-. t) tional this {Saturday, March 10.,
5-4 Monday, March 5. Prevatt, just brought up from the doubles and a single to tie the game Francis. "_... NM Ira) AwMl WNtam*. IHi, From U to IS teams are expected,
James McNeal hit his second junior varsity, started for BHS, pitched 4-4. Bo Hersey relieved Prevatt and Losing pitcher was Andy IHpto tempi I)M.,..__.IM*. ,". says Coach Loper. Tuesday
home run of the season with Terry three innings of scoreless gave up the winning run in the Goodowns who 7 hits[ walk- 110 HHi I)Mtdtem, NM,M.... March IS. BHS has a 4 p.m. home
gave up too kWMr ,lii 1))Aurilto, WIBwm, MM. IM4t n) t
Berry, who had singled, on base for baseball, and BHS built a 4-0 cushionon seventh. ed 6, end struck out 4. K..ln.K.lty.*H1. '.,04t t)"._.MM ,.... meet with Ocala Forest. and In
two of the three BHS runs against a few hits and Trinity errors. For OF went 5-0 in the first on 3 hits, Mite Him q)fcHh Alkurr.NM 111II.Ml p)O>...CMp.p terlachen.
... up
Santa Fe. With Terry Berry, who example, in the first BHS went up 2-0 .tto. TrinityAl ....NM 4t.I I))*****-......,. aNa ilM.... Next Thursday March IS, BHS
at and batter
I H MAN one triple, an error a -
had walked base Devin Jackson 440 XJ. (..... 'I) NM M.M,n)IHt(.......Hil.ir. + ..
on when leadoff batter Terry Berry ...... NYIMr. .d 411 goes to the Santa Fe Relays.
S 411 :
tripled home the other run. and never trailed. .....C",,,,.rA.y.n,a.ah....w-al.W_)...... .

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Upcoming... Starke 473-FORD ,',<""I. ;-
BHS is on the road at Eastside 377-1O96 209 388-FORD '
High in Gainesville at 4 p.m. this W. Keystone Height 'I'i.i ?.: '

Friday, March 9. Gainesville Madison,,,? YOUR FORD O N TION IIVLSTARKE! S to Road .Jacksonville ,. :". ,"

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First VictorySophie $21 200 'I C $:':-&

Per Month Per Month ., ,'
Fanton, Emily Nugent, "
Kristy Harrison, and Mayra Cruz N
won tennis matches Tuesday, March "
8, to give the Bradford High girls i R : S'S'F
their first victory, a 5-2 win over '
visiting Suwannee High (S-LO). :

The BHS girls are 1-3 on the season 5 .
and 0-1 in district play. The girls E /

lostl 6-1 to Middleburg and 7-0 to 't" .

Baker High. ,,,, ,.
"Yeah! Finally, a win" said T .' .
Coach Jerry McGriff. The girls
played well,overall and deserved to D.' ,
win, the coach sad.[ Sophie Fanton

and Emily Nugent clinched the win A 01 ''I: e\> ,
with a win In No. 2 doubles match,

McGriff said. 19 90 GL 4"Door f'
Top seed Mayra Cruz, BHS, lost I Tempo
8-6 to Tara Hahn! S-LO. NO.2 seed N '

Sophie Fanton, BHS, won 8-6 over 1990 Ford 108 W.B. XLT \' "
Andgi Smith, S-LO. No.3 seed Amy Ranger Air Conditioning, Power Lock Group, Tilt Wheel, Speed

Griffis, BHS, lost 8-2 to Jeanie Control Automatic Transmission Light Group, Rear
Fouraker, S-LO.l No.4 seed Emily Free Air Cond., 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat, Elect. AM/FM T T Window Defroster Electric Control Mirrors, Clearcoat

Nugent, BHS, won 8-2 over Jennifer Stereo Cass., Sliding Rear Window, Cast Alum. Pint' ,

Deese, S-LO. No.S player Kristy Wheels., Tachometer, 2.3 Engine( Overdrive Trans.'t
Harrison, BHS, won 9-7 over Lena ,
Douglas.Terri Crawford BHS got a .,' !i,>,
6-2 exhibition win over Rachel Guy, r
S-LO. ., . ." ..
The BHS team of Cruz/Harrison, I
BHS, won 9-7 over Hahn/Smith, f
S-LO, in the No.1 doubles match. ; ,

Fanton/Nugent, BHS, won 8-4 on 5 $17500 6 gOi $19900 ,

doubles Fouraker/Deese court.Middleburg. S-LO, on the No. 2 Per Month I Per,Month '",

6 BHS 1 I INTEREST ':,l," '

Sophie Fanton was the only Brad- .
ford lady to win a tennis match. "r, I" :

March 5 as Middleburg High shut RATES t '' :'
the BHS girls down 61. '1:

Np.l seed Mayra Cruz BHS,lost a ,
close match 9-7 to Tara Gaudet, AVAILABLE t
M11S. Miss Fanton, BHS, won 8-5 ::

over Brandie Lumpkin, MHS..
The other BHS losses
were: Amy
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Griffis BHS, 8-3, to VanessaGarland ;, '

MHS; Emily Nugent,BHS, ry' .., :r.',
8-3 to Kelly James, MHS; Kristy REBATES
Harrison,BHS, 8-1,to Lucianna Lup- ,

rison pottl., BHS MHS., lost In 8-1 doubles to Gaudet/Caren Cruz/Har i New 1990 Festiva L Plus ,ON ALLTRUCKS New 1990 Escort 2 Door LX _

Carmen. lost, MHS 8-3 to; Fanton/Nugent Garland/James, Air Cond., 5'Sp. Manual Trans., Cloth & Vinyl Bucket & Air Conditioning, Tinted Glass, Digital Clock/Overhead: /

MH Seats, Wide Bodyside Molding, Fuel( & Water Temp. Console, Rear Window Defroster Light Security: Group

Gauges, Tachometer/Trip Odometer, Rear Window CARS Power Steering, Dual Electric Mirrors Interval' .

Defroster Elect. AM/FM Stereo Clock Windshield Wipers
,Baker 7 BUS 0

."A tough one. The Wildcats aregood

the 7-0,"shutout said Coach by the Jerry Wildcat McGriff'ls.of We have a good honest prices on used cars & rucl s. Easy financingand

close: mate."well McGriff but lost said.aU the high, prices 'paid for your trade. We need used trucks,;'now-'..

No.l seed Mayra Cruz BHS, lost
8-5 to Charlotte Hunt, Baker. Sophie '
Fanton, BHS. lost 84, Amy Griffis 1988 Ford RangerExcellent 1985 Dodge D-50 1985 Crown 1988 Dodge 1989 Ford F-350 1987, Uncoln
lost ", Emily Nugent lost 9-7, and
Krtotv Harrlaon .... Crux/Harrison Pickup VictorlS Daytona Duane, Diesel, Loaded LoadW

lost S-3 in No.l doubles and Fan- Condition, PS 'Air, Power Steering 36,000 ML AT Air, PS, PB '

ton/Nugent Upcoming.lost..Y-8, M. 1 $5995 $3995 $5995' $6495 *19,500 110,500

The BUS girl play at Keystone
High this Tuesday March 13 at 3
p.m. .Net rebate plus 49.50 tax tag with qualified. credit
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THURSDAY,March 8,1990

t 1lj THE LAKE <<-li! J 1

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.. : 2Hie lEbiton .-
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j, !' Area Man Finds in
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; '";f.f.q.q., f' : '. 1iIb. Giving- His Time to Others'Story

,iJ"Q and Photo. the Palms retirement communitywith Stanwix-Hay said. "With Mel it
l .
.;:'. I". by Sue Ellen Smith his wife, Lori four years ago, allowed me to feel a lot more com-
,) BCT Staff Writer became involved wIth the class after fortable. I don't want students to
.. ., ." '... ._It. .; i."'t., .\ .. !.'.' trying unsuccessfully for two yearsto have their time wasted, and with
.:; -..-" \ I \''\ "..''".If.'j/f ,.; .t .". ...... We have all heard it said that it is find a place where he'could Mel I feel their time is being max
'," ;, --4" ,' J '." ;.. .. ; .' ,. .. better to give than to receive.Unfortunately volunteer his time. He had been In- imized." ,
.... ... "r'' 'i' '. '_0' -" ...;. ,. .. ..,j .'. we all seem to have a volved In an adult literacy programin Strike, who speaks only English,
.. ,' ,,,.. .I,., "'.". preference for the receiving end of Pennsylvania after retiring froman began hirf volunteering with three
..... the resi- assistant studen .
saying. Keystone Heights in ho
"f' postmaster position / spoke only Spanish."I
," '. ; .... ---:. ..:i.. ..".. ,dent Mel Strike,however,finds that New Jersey and wanted to become had a Spanish book,and I would
.... -- life is more rewarding when you involved In a similar literacy program find a ntence In Spanish and writeit
: --. give of yourself. here. on tile board for them In English,"
i. Strike 72, has been helping to It was an ad in the Lake Region StrlkjTsaid.
, teach adults to read at the Bradford- Monitor for a Literacy Volunteers of A(Spanish teacher was not
Union Vo-Tech Center's Adult Basic America training course that finally available for the students but has
\ <: Education class for one and one-half led him to the center. He enrolled in been provided since seven more
years.And he does it for fr@e. the one-week course and began Spanish-speaking only students join--
Every Tuesday and Thursday volunteering in Stanwix-Hay's class ed the class. The addition of the
nights Strike drives the 12 miles bet- soon afterwards. Spanish teacher has meant that the
R ween Keystone Heights and Starketo "There was a time when I didn't original 23 students have been
." of :':; ..... volunteer his time, three hours a know what I'd do. without Mel," broken up into two classes of more
..... '"'' night to be exact In the class of Peg Stanwlx-Hay said.StanwixHay manageable size. Strike now works
....."..,......, '" gie Stanwlx-Hay. He has only miss- had 23 students at with about 10 students. But even 10
-0. ''It I ed class once and that was only the time Strike began volunteering.Not students, he said, can be a
V .-- "':' r -.- .-. -- because his car broke down."I all were at the same reading challenge."The .
figure if you're going to be level and three didn't even speak problem is there are so
Mrl Strike,center,hel,.Brenda Sweat,left and Pearl William,right,with their reading ICTJMH Strike 73,!>*.been helpful you should be there when English."It many grades of lack of knowledge,"
volunteering to help teach adult haw to read at the Bradford Union Vo-Tech Center for Mere than year. you're needed,"Strike said. was like I had to keep going Volunteer 128
Strike, who moved to the Park of from one group to another," see page
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Pale ZB TELEGRAPH TIMES&MOMTOK--ii::tc ION March 8,19110I

1989, A Record Year .


for Bradford Rescue

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Bradford County Emergency 32 calls were to obstetric
Medical Services Rescue continuesto Look! Look! Look!
Seven calls were to standby for a
provide service at an increasing structure fire and two calls were for PROM DRESSES J wli flrtor f iitw
yearly rate. The units averaged 126 standby at a bomb threat.
calls per month during 1989,responding 70 calls were cancelled and 39 calls Formals Starting at $45.00 v' Gospel Music Shop lOpo
to a total of 1505 runs,according were false alarms. 28 people were
to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. The dead when the unit arrived. Everything for the bride, 132 E.Call St(TDovmtown)Next To City Barber Shop.Starke;964-4515
average runs are up from 1988, Rescue participated in the annual Attendants & Mother
which was an all time of 122. Modalaix Gael/w/
high disaster drill held in September.The Marti i
998 transports required the drill is sponsored by Bradford Coun- ((904)) 752-2598 > r0 1xeg. 2T4 itTR.32xZ
transporting of 1043 patients. 517 Medical Services to m' $ ydt S
ty Emergency ACpuS krill's nd
calls of ProvidenceL :
required no transporting The measure the capabilities of the agen- 1 Mile West r
back-up unit made 61 runs and 16 pa- cies Involved, said Chapman. .( -
tients were transported by Trauma I eft att Formals OPEN:
to University Hospital in Jackson- Royce&Cynthia Adams Tua.WedThurs,Fr1,104Sat.10.4
ville, ShandsCair transported four Dial 911 Emergency fnrmHTH Hm1"1! Hpun* *yrwuranaa m m tmmnrancxml
patients and STAT-FLIGHT
transported two patients.
The majority of the patients, 774,
were taken to Bradford Hospital. 66
patients were taken to Shands Winn-Dixie* I 000/0
Hospital, 31 to North Florida
Hospital and 75 to Alachua General
Hospital, eight to VA, all in
Gainesville. { SATISFACTION
Eight patients were taken to Lake TM
Butler Hospital Hand Surgery
Center ten to Reception andMedical GUARANTEED
Center also in Lake Butler. .
One patient was taken to St. Lukes, IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
two to Baptist, three to University
Medical Center and two to Memorial NEITHER ARE WE!
Hospital, all in Jacksonville. Five -- WE WILL REPLACE ANY
patients were taken to Orange Park
Illness related calls topped the list m n.moaT
of emergencies with :377 people YOUR PURCHASE PRICE.
needing attention. 184 runs were to
cardiac patients with 12 In full ar
rest. 138 calls were to people suffering -
trauma and another 96 calls to
people in trauma resulting from
vehicle accidents.
118 people suffered respiratory
problems,12 calls were to drug over
dose victims, eight people suffered
emotional problems and two calls (7
were alcohol related. (
11 calls were to gunshot victims
and ten calls were to stabbing vic-
tims. One call was.!p a fight.

Ileilbron Springs VFD

Moves Into Tenth Year

Department Meilbron Springs would like Volunteer to celebrate Fire : E1-J

th! ,'pir tenth year of service by mov- : .
ing into a new fire station. D :
Donations so far total 4438.50 for ?
construction of the new fire station
which will house trucks and equip-
ment. The property has been
cleared, fill dirt has been hauled in -
am the foundation has been _
marked-off for the station which will
*-:wo three bays, a meeting room

and tt-.t restrooms.the new fire The slat volunteers'n will not hope only

be an asset tot -...rtment but to NOBODY CAN BEAT NOBODY!
the ,
community as well according to
Chief Terry McCarthy. .
Still needed is your donation of .
money y.eject will materials be successfully or labor eo com-the Winn-Dixie Helps rr You. Get the Lowest' Total l Food"Bill-Every Day! Compare:Our Pr tcos. You'I Uk 1. 1 The- :Saving w.. t llP+**-iur ; 7

. .. KTX.jfi&il .. .. ,
pleted.Since Jk kA **Au ** \\%* III'1I1-N1fizo.\
the last annual letter SPECIAL PLAN I

HSVFD fires has,61 brush responded fires,to seven 28 structure vehi- No Minimum. Purchase Rants No Piece Place SettingsOUR
cle fires, four rescue assistance .
calls, 11 general emergency calls "..n oitionsLimits lIabIe.hroughout
and two smoke investigation calls I on. Watch: ourThejolhannHavilandChina
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for a total of 103 runs. I weekly ad for
Not only have the volunteers been Fine Porcelain China. From 4 1 featured Items. $ 9 9 .
busy with runs but they are also Corporation'Now THIS WEEKS
busy getting trained. Of the 18 Save Over 40% A,
members, seven members are cer- i C EAMERY
From Store Prices
tified firefighters, two are certified Department + r.
emergency medical technicians and On Our Special Plan
five are certified first responders. only S999
HSVFD has attained a Class Nine O
rating. The operation in the com- I
munity means the insurance rateson
your home are much lower for V J-
those who live within five road milesof T
the fire station. o EVERYDAY 'EVERYDAYVpW
Please show your support and help PRICE VpW PRICE
make the fire station a reality in __ 1s _
1990, any and all donations will be
appreciated. Make checks payableto
/.rwaarr e aI
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire ? I
32091.Department, P. O. Box 342, Starke, I i I I I

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News t t; I 1 ,,.:,[ ; ''If,7: : !'' :1'; 'f:: ;, '(':"';' : ": "' '" f ; ))' ". :: # 'I.J, ,I
Briefs .... !y ', .. . .. : >Aj ; .' : 'N" $ :,
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Arrested '. Hinds,Herron's vehicle was stoppedon ing a culvert on Crosby Street before cycle was ou'nd in the parking. to Lt. David Aderholt. The victim keys according to Patrolman Gor-
In Traffic a traffic violation, when ,coming to rest, according ,to lot of a bar in Pleasant Grove The '' said the saw was taken betweenJune don Smith.: DeSue was charged with
StopTwo Leverette exited the car a gun was Patrolman Gordon Smith.No investigation Is continuing: with'an and Feb. while he was away battery. Covington, 32, was charged
men were arrested Friday asa seen In his coat. Bond was set at ,' Injuries were reported In the arrest expected this week, said from his home.Additional with battery on a law enforcement
result of a traffic stop in Starke. 1500, he was released on his own 6:28: p.m. accident. Damage to the Aderholt arrests are expected in officer, resisting arrest with
Damon Mark Herron, 18, ,of recognizance. vehicle was $1.000. the case. violence,according to Smith.A thlr
Hawthorne was charged' March 2 Duncan's blood alcohol contentwas Stolen Table Saw Bond for the charges was set at woman, Edna Mae Covington, was
with possession of cocaine: posses Starke Woman .17 percent,said Smith.Bond on, RecoveredAt $2,500. charged with aggravated battery of
sion of drug paraphernalia, possession 'Charged AccidentA the charges was set at $3,000, Dun- a law enforcement officer (two
of an alcoholic beverage by per- can was released to her parents. Pawn Shop Three Women counts) and resisting arrest with
sons under age 21 and carrying a 31-year-old Starke woman was A table saw missing since last Charged In AffrayStarke violence, according to Patrolman
concealed weapon, according to Lt. charged with driving under in- Stolen MotorcycleRecovered year has been recovered and. one: Jerry Feltner.
K. R. Hinds, Jr. Bond for the fluence and driving while license man has been arrested. police officers called to set- Edna Covington was released on
charges was set at $10,900, Herron suspended in a minor accident Next DayA Joseph Dewayne McDaniels,22,of tle an affray between neighbors her own recognizance with bond set
remains in custody. March 5.Kathleen. Kawasaki motorcycle stolen Lawtey was charged Feb. 28 with March 3, arrested three women who at $9,000. Sandra Covington's bond
Gregory James Leverette of Wright Duncan, drivinga from Cane Cycle Shop Feb. 28 or burglary, grand theft, dealing in were involved. was set at$5,000. .
Gainesville,a passenger in the back 1983 Crysler, was northbound on March 1 has been recovered, according stolen property after an Investigation Leslie Ann' DeSue, 22, was arrested DeSue was released after a $500
seat, was charged with carrying a Keller Street when, the vehicle left to Lt.David Aderholt and Deputy revealed he had allegedly stolen for allegedly striking SandraE. surety bond was posted.
concealed firearm, according to Lt. the road,went through a ditch,strik- Kinard Perry. and pawned a tablo aw, according Covington in the face with car

Starke Man ChargedIn

Pickup TheftA

23-year-old Starke man has been
charged in the theft of a pickup truck
from Gator Ice March 3. .
OTORI Walter Allen Hall was arrested
HOURS March 4 and charged with grand
theft auto, according to Patrolman
SA.M. Gordon Smith. Bond for the charge:
TIL11P.M. auim'rv NIGHTS was set at$2,000,he was release!!on
his own recognizance.
1My The pickup was recovered.
csola PRICES'DOOD 'fla' it'
THURS.-WED. Man Charged

MARCH 8-14, 1990. With Being A FugitiveA
45-year-old wrecker driver was

W-D SMOKED PORK U.S. CHOICE BEEF PREMIUM GRADESHOULDER arrested being a fugitive March from 1 and jurisdiction.Paul charged with.

D. Blair a wrecker driver
TOP SIRLOIN FRYER for Mosher Towing, was charged by
Florida Department of Law En-
forcement for violating probation
for manufacturing cannabis, accor-
PICNICS STEAK QUARTERS ding to Lt. David Aderholt. Blair is
being detained for Missouri.

9-11 PKG.LB. Found Bryceville 46-year-old Bradford GuiltyBy Man Bryceville JuryA man t

$997 charged last June with shooting at a
man and into a house during an
4 8 ongoing child custody battle, was
found guilty by a jury last week in
Bradford County Circuit Court.
Jerry Thomas Sculiey was ar.
rested June 30 for shooting into an
L occupied dwelling, armed burglaryand
,SLICED aggravated battery by local
BONELESS authorities after he was found with a
LB. FREE LB. LB. 410 shotgun he had allegedly used to
shot into a house on Eunice Road in

BUCEO FREE WO SKOAL J W-O BRAND U.S. BONE-4N! Lawtey Following an investigation by the
LWN C TEAK EE.. 297 TURKEY WINGS 58< state attorney,informal was filed
SMOKED HAMS Y I SIRLOIN n .. &.I.w.o charging Sculley with shooting into

an occupied structure, attempted
aggravated assault with a deadly
and to occupied ,
weapon trespass an
BONELESS WHOLE HOG MILD, structure. He was found guilty by a
jowls. MEDIUM or HOT Commun tsi jury and placed on five years probation

1IJ11a.' i' Laay .' ;4t ,.u W-1Lti: 'n .. 1'(":: ,FiLLYOUR.FREEZER: : :t. F'Bankof t State .., ,, ,..,. ,",_.' Sculiey by Judge must have James no C.contact Tomlinson.'with

SAUSAGE, THORN APPLE VALLEY SKINLESS r Starke the victim and may not possess a

7 7 sox
C Checking Thvetort Checks
r 9 9 BEEF Savings Account Cndtt Cant Applications Accidental

La. Loan Application Money
L8. ..... w Certificates of Deport Nigbl
WD W4J Money M Account NoUry'Public Discovery May

or FRANKS . 1? 99' SMOKED SAUSAGE la $599 BEEF PATTIES 3W HOURS MON.-WEQ: 9 I..m.-4 p.m. End Obesity

THURS 4 FRI. 'Im..ep.m. ISan6c f
BOSTON BUTT S"lU HICKORY SWEET $- 99 MADISON BRAND SATURDAY 8 .mzpm. Suppresses calorie absorptionSWEDENMedical I
9I 1-1.&
DOGS 3" at
PORK ROAST IE BONELESS HAMS'La.. ItOX the University of Kuopio, in Fin-
us. cHotce land,havf discovered (accidentally)
WHOLE HALF VEAL CHUCK a new weight-loss fonnula.The new
or $28.8 $299. PORK RIBLETS w discovery appears to enable an over-
LAMB LEGS . La ROAST . . La $810HARVEST weight individual to lose pounds and
fatty tissue without\ conventional dieting -
EV exercise.
% or
aNaa .
Scientists made the discovery while
LOW PRICE FRESH searching for a formula to lower
cholesterol. In a controlled study ofa
test group of people, cholesterol
PRODUCE levels remaineduncbanged but the
doctors were astounded To find that
t tI very patient who used the fonnulalost
I weight.The published report of
this study staled, "A highly significant
+ Nature makes the produce.
decrease in body weight wasseen"
WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. in patients who received the
The formula was then tested at an-
SEEDLESSGRAPES other prestigious European university -
( hospital. Again\all patients lostweight
even though they did not
-1 chance their eating habits. The report -
detailing this study, publishedin
(the British Journal of Nutrition,
870 stated: "Body' weight was significantly -
reduced even though the a-
La dents were specifically aSKed not to
i alter }their dietary habits) One patient -
_. in this study lost more than 30
a. pounds.According.
: __ _r HARVEST FRESH to one informed source,
the active ingredient comes from a
'' .IVUYDAY'LOW: ...ca I 100% botanical and
lvaltYD." LOw'.n.. 1"'ltYD." LOW .ltICl BROCCOLIFRESH natural source
contains stimulants.When
no drugs or
or MOULAR taken before mealtime it bonds with
REOULARQU4.Aa PARKAY $ DOWNYFLAKEWAFFLES 81 eIiISU'Pii C the food you eat and"ties "calories -

LEND SPREAD '. . }ht 'S9 . u'K etc 9 8 ,especially their! absorption.those from tats,suppressing -

UMHSMANO ALL FLAVORS vlI of the calories
LOW FAT w REGULAR BUNCH significant portion -
COTTAGE PRESTIGEICECREAM $2.8 ingested therefore pass through

CHEESE ... Tut $125 . :. MAlf IIAL, FRESH the body digestive has to get system energy unassorted.to replace The thelostcalones

ALL VARIETIES ,so it starts to burn stored
11 iI('". SUNNY DELIGHT 1499 e BUDl3ET000RMET.2.sJt$3 00 FLORIDA fat. which can result in rapid body
? has
loss. Clinical
a CITRUS PUNCH ENTRiES. . STRAWBERRIESDEEP verified weight the safety of this testing formula for

'1WuTi.xOMm1ResLx SUPERB ND THRIFTY MAID ... 6ge long-term The formula use. is marketed in capsule
SOUTH 99" 6 $134 APPLE JUICE . u.CAlI 3 $991 form in the United States under
I PANCAKE SYRUP t1L BISCUITS .'. /s -PINTSMARKETPLACE the trade name Cat-Ban 3000. A
firm located in Tampa Florida,has
WE WILL GLADLY,STEAM YOUR SEAFOOD PURCHASES FREE exclusive North American distribution -
rights.A review of the customer
11MIVCTJM FRESH MAVPORT files of this revealed the
PHARMACY HEMUS3 GROUPER ei CHVt, names of hundreds company of people who
Wl WILL HOT :; elCAAOUIAlNI$1DO: have lost as much as 20,40 80 or
KMOwmovrIUMOMSOLO' WIllE .. FILLETS more pounds! overall with Cat-Ban
.. 3000.This appears to be a golden

COATED CAPLETS TABLETS$'ae.cr. $ AtL MARZETTI399 FLAVORS plagued opportunity by far and people cellulite that they

ADVIL . .' PII4 345 S'L w' A $599 $599 DRESSINGS u B can-t seem. to lose by conventionalmethods. .

EXTRA STRENGTH LIQUID or CHERRY w} .ARf L8. La.MAA'.QY Cal-Ban 3000 is reasonably pricedat
$375 E FCOD. CAMPBELL'S $19 95 for a 3-week supply and
; : PLUS m-, \& 97CCReAM $ .handdll a 6-week: 8..e

FILLETS .'. . LLII1Ih1T4M'fF AMEX and roD mkts are ecieDCed:
SOLAR CAINE ... .'. =- $ . u To 537-372 order call or rolL-FREE purchase locally I.goo."a"t;

Mitchell Drug Store, 127 So QId,
I Call today to begin the pleasant
U1Li'kLi1ithkll& transformation from fat and flab to
] the slender firm'body you wand! If
: you fail to achieve a
loss you may return the empty bottle
within 30 days for a 100) %refund.

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Sheriff Seeking ---v" ,'.Jj' ':

County K-9 Unit ,

Several weeks ago the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office enlisted the
support and help of the Columbia
County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit for
the purpose of smelling drugs at the
This unit can prove to be helpful to
sheriff's offices in finding drugs.The
BCSO is interested in having a K-9 Open Sundays
Unit but is not budgeted for it at this

.time a
According to Sheriff Kenneth
Etheridge, the cost of the K-9 Unit
includes purchasing a dog which
would have to be trained, a pen built
for housing the dog, insurance 8
secured and vet expenses.
Anyone in the community interested
in contributing to a fund to
suppport a K-9 Unit at the BCSO can
mail their contribution to: Education
& Public Service Account,Brad
ford County Sheriff's Office, P. O.
Box 400, Starke, 32091.

All contributions will be greatly
appreciated and will be used to con
tinue the fight against drugs in Brad-
ford County, said Etheridge.


Fair Association These Great Prices In Effect thru 'q.day I

Wants Members II

Plans for The Bradford County
Fair, scheduled for April 10 through I
April 14, are well underway but
there Is still time for you to join the
Bradford County Fair Association \
BCFA invites you to become in I
volved. Your opinions and ideas are II
welcome and necessary to ensure a I
better Fair each and every year. I
Becoming a member is easy
enough and entitles you to attend the 6"x10'Cedar I
annual Fair Association Dinner. The Gallon Dog-Ear
annual membership fee is$3 and you Roof Cement Lawn Edging
will be issued a membership card.
Checks may be made to Bradford $ $fl55
County Fair Association and mailedto ,
BCFA in care of LeRoyce Edwards mm #12005 C "" 0704608

Route 1,Box 515,Lake Butler
Fair premium booklets have been
printed and will l be distributed by the e
end of March. If you need informa- ,
tion now concerning the upcomingFair
secure a booklet from ,
you may .
.. r __
the Chamber of Commerce. "' .''"
New Genealogy BooksAt 94 Lb. Bag s, >,,':"', y, Pressure Treated
Public Portland 8' Landscape
Cement Re-Roof '": ".,, _- Timber
Bradford County Public ".. ,
Library has purchased several new A 99 With Lowe'sQuality
books on genealogy. $ Roofing Shingles- Treated Lumber $254
Books available are: The 1062 .Pressure treated to resist Insects &decay .Can be
Georgians by Jeannette Holland Coma with a 20-year limited warranty Feature fiberglass
painted or stained or weathers to a beautiful gray
Austin; A Census of Pensioners for matting and a Class A tire and wind rating 'With
Covered 40 limited
Revolutionary or Military Services, sun-activated seal-down tabs to keep them firmly In by a year warranty
with their Names, Ages and Placesof place Installation can be arranged Cash &carry ,
Residence under the Act of Taking
the Sixth Census Colonial Soldiersof .
the South, 1732-1774;, Foundersand ;: I Geo ia-Pacific GeooIlIano.$129S, "' t 1.1 B 52.1 2.9 .
Patriots of American Index and SummitShingles . tCnm. "
Family Diseases, are you at risk?' 3 9
For more information stop by the 50 Sq..Ft.*' 30-year limited warranty -Designed for simple instal I I I
25 Lb.
library or call, 904.6400.Bradford 3Va"x 15" Faced lotion 'Class A fire and wind resistance rating Have a 2.ti4 .ST 9 B 99 '
8 Or 16D Cement
rich, built-in textured appearance Special order-4
R-11 I Insulation I day availability 10031-36 i $1.SO I_$2.75 _$3.15 _S4.15 Coated Sinkers

County 25 Lb. Box Galvanized 51 Box Pressure $ 88
Rescue Answers $591 Bund Roofing Nails #69480-4 . . . S218s Treated i Lumber Nails#693434 . T i4 #89454,7i

139 Calls In Feb.

Bradford County Emergency u rRValu
Medical Services Rescue respondedto i
a total of 139 calls/or/runs during lheRVIUethegreater* The higher 10 Whiter,
the month of February, according to the Insulating Or Brown
Supervisor Cliff Chapman. ponw AekaLowesaleaperaon -
Ninety-five transports required / ( (of theKtahertonRvalues. n Aluminum
the transporting of 97 patients. Gutter Treated
Forty-four calls required no Will not! rustProtects Deck Pickets'
transporting.The back-up unit made foundations +p 0+
14 runs. 'J /from Square or mltered top 2x2x42 +
The majority of the patients, 56, water damage Pressure treated /2 Southern bellow
f -Baked finish PineHandy precut size#04504
were taken to Bradford Hospital.Ten .. on '
patients were taken to Shands i \ never needs 2x4xr Top/Bottom(toll 04501 $3.1)3 '
;S palming 4' Post 1045023 . '. .$3. :I i
Hospital, two to North Florida : $:,iiiI' 11 {t"i i #11551354x8x16 ,
Regional Hospital, one to VA and 23 :: :
to Alachua General Hospital, all in "lla d ,
Gainesville. One patient was ,: ... I'

one transported to Humana to Hamilton Hospital County in Orange and :: 7, .'- 2'x8'Pressure

Park.Illness related calls topped the list 6" Thick X 15" Treated

of emergencies with 37 people Unfaced R-19 Insulation" ,Lattice Panel

needing attention. Eighteen cardiac For add-on, or in first time use with I Pressure treated for exterior use
patients and 13 people with vapor barrier 4a96 sq. ft. #135853W ti J': ltir Concrete 6'x 8' Guaranteed by a 30-year manufacturer's -
respiratory problems was the next #98886
TreatedStockade warranty
Thick x 15V '
highest need. Twelve suf- Block
people I 4'xr Panel #98884 . .96.95
fered trauma and another ten runs Faced R-11 $1 O21 Sturdy,all- Fence
were to people in trauma resulting Insulation '. /Bundle purpose building Pressure,treated pine resist Insects I 4'xV Premium
from vehicle accidents. Facing forms vapor barrier Save on block#10383 decay-& high 8'wide pre-assembled Privacy Panel 98892 $t 2.58
Five calls were to obstretic pa energy bills -88.121. ft. roll #13578 tzSxlS Block Nto3a3 . 82 panel.Dog-ear style boards 99002 V Cap Moulding#98898 $2,47Framing
tients. Two calls were to attempted
suicides. Four people were dead ,
when the unit arrived. Seven calls
were cancelled and four calls were ...m'
false alarms, according to Chap-
man. ...

Dial 911 Emergency 1A"x, 4'x 8'

coon tarry& \ WaferboardMultipurpose

FliP Troopers utility
\ = i [ panel tor doItI -
Continue License, yourself projects ,
Vehicle Inspections Sturdy I122O6IWaferboard '
Lumber _"4'x"

Bradford CountyThe Qreat(or any building project{ /large M ,
1 : 112212 . .$5.88
Florida Highway Patrol will mall Coma to Lowes lor all y.ur '
be conducting driver license and __ lumber n..d. Spnjce j YeS(3( ft*-
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of March 9 through .
March 15 on SR-21, SR-100 SR-230, Plywood
. I SR-18 SR-16, CR-18. CR-16, CR-21B,
\ CR-225, CRI25229, CR-231. r I Building Panels $i.69 $ :$2 $Z.02
\, CR-227. CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A Panels for Interior and exterior use
',. in Bradford Count.Recognizing "" J available Come to Lowe and see
the danger presented our complete'selection 4'x I'
to the public by defective vehicle _
I&J "x4'x8' Drywall $2.72 53.33 $3.89 Rough Sawn
equipment, Troopers will concen-' Lauan 12201 Pine Siding
trate their! efforts on vehicles being -Use to finish wells or ceilings,Non- ,,, 4'x8W '
with defects such bad 9 V pen*!grooved
operated as warping and crack resistant 11730 COX#12242. . 4" on owner
brakes, worn tires and defective Joint Compound -lnIerioror-.o..
lighting equipment. In addition, at- -62 to.pall #11751 .$3 "K'x4'x 1489 ""33 a uN P.tmorwvn
tention will be directed to driven treated #12197LOUIE'S $3. s:1.88 84 a tr0hil01.119340
who would violate the driver license
\ laws of Florida.
r, The Patrol has found these checkpoints -
to be an effective means of en-
forcing the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while insur- withi Guaranteed LOW prices*
I ing the protection of all motorists. __rj llW'hLd'k'

Union County I LDLUE s
I The Florida Highway Patrol will I HOURS: 2708 NE Waldo Rd. 'LOGO OR MORE
be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during Mon.-Frl: 8am-8pm Gainesville ?? ; ;; IN5TA/T/ cI P7-
the week of March 9 through
March 15 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231 Sat: 8am-Gpm 377-8585 N d Credit?
SR-241, SR-238 R'I.81 CR-237
CR-22J' CR-125 on CCoouuntCR24A Sun: 1Oam-5pm Your Lumber JustAak!
and CR-796A in U

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Jack Holloway,founder and Presi- established an employee stock they have over 100 years of experience
HospitalInterilll dent of ABC Liquors, Inc., and Don ownership plan in 1981. This plan in Florida liquor retailing.
Tredinick,founder and President of provides every employee, including Jack Holloway president and
Jax Liquors, Inc., announced todaya the approximately 450 Jax Liquors chief executive officer of ABC,said
4 G contract was signed on Feb. 20 for employees,with the opportunities of Tredinick will continue as a consultant
the purchase of Jax by ABC.Jax Liquors stock ownership. to ABC's management team.
with its home office In Both Jack Holloway ,and Don According to Mr. Holloway, "Don
Jacksonville, operates 36 package Tredlnlck were Instrument in Tredinick knowledge and Intuition
stores and 7 lounges located shaping the retailing of spirits,wine regarding the Florida liquor
Admin. primarily in Jacksonville and and beer in Florida.Both companiesare business will be Indispensable to us
Tallahassee.After the acquisition Is pioneers in liquor discountingand as our two great companies combineto
completed on March 10, ABC will in creating the. free.. competitive better serve our customers and
by Bustor Rahn operate 210 package stores and 85 market we have -y Com"'""". reward our employees."
lounges throughout Florida..from
aCT Staff WriterJeannie
Naples and West Palm in'the southto
Baker, a native of Tallahassee and Jacksonville In r ThJ
Madison County,has been applhted t the north.
Interim administrator,
hospital the Mr. Holloway and Mr Tredinick
50-bed Bradford Hospital, ant ,v1U consider the acquisition the only
be a candidate for the perrtU kegt ,logical course for their respective I
position when Santa Fe HealtQ!\Y"- companies and employees. Jack
gets around to filling the job. Holloway stated, "the real winners
Santa Fe Health Care is the UVW will be our customers..the acquisi-
company for Bradford Ht9Ql II\' tion will strengthen our buying
power and allow us to continue to br
Baker graduated from M\CisJ", Conner Bradford IlwplUl A Imtal tr tor Rip O'Steen congratulate Jeannlo tng the lowest possible prices to all
County High School and enteivA) N, linker on being a.mecIlnterIIII hospital admliibtntor.Bake II abo a our customers throughout Florida."
Florida Jr. College, whet\ she Candidate for the permanent boopllal dmtnlitrator petition. After the acquisition, ABC will Past & PresentU.S.
received an associate degree,\VAfa-/( employ approximately 2200
attending Florida State Univuytw, Health Care Systems, inc. and Association and the Statewide Rural employees. Both companies are
In 1972, Baker graduated Vty V transferred to Tallahassee. Hospital Council. While she was on privately held. However, ABC Highway 301 -4 Miles North of Lawtey
bachelor of science cegi\A (,t Jeannie and her husband, John the Rural Hospital Council, the 7821175Country
Business Administration. S\ te Baker,have three daughters: Molly, organization was able to get legisla- DeadlineSet
mained in Tallahassee for tP\! pekR 16, en 11th grade cheerleader with a tion passed that helps small Pageant
six years, employed by the j CWi 4 0 grade point average; Laurel,7,aSecond hospitals, such as BH. March 10 Gifts '
State Bank. grader and Danielle, 3, a Baker said the leglislature provided -
Baker began working f preschooler.John additional Medicaid funding for The 28th Annual Bradford
Madison County Hospital In W *,* swing beds and additional fundingfor Strawberry Pageant is set for April I
the comptroller,moving into\try* mlnlstrator's position the net\ife II.j\ himself, manufacturing and selling Rural hospitals were also exempt auditorium. Ladies ages 16-21 pick
1984. Kern stones and Jewelry. Since his from some "certificate of need" re- up your applications and rules from ,. Antiques
Baker gave up the admin' A V:* business can be operated from any quirements.The Mitchell's Drugs or the Bradford 4A_.+
position at Madison County lltyfi\" ( N.Florida location,the family plansto 50 BH beds Include 10 swing High School now Deadline for en-
in December of 1989 because qji v ft)J' move to Starke when the job beds, available for patients not tries is March 10. The pageant is
"it was time for a change."5\11\\ wad becomes permanent. qualifing for transfer to nursing sponsored by the Junior Womens
employed briefly prior to acC\\1t1\ homes. Club of Starke.SPRING 11 Baskets Wreaths
the Bradford Hospital jxmitio\ During the years Baker was ad-
The BH position'opened \VJ\.,* ministrator for Madison County
former administrator Rip ty' teet Hospital, she was on the Board of SPECIALGet 11 Potpourri
was named lobbyist for Styty |p> Directors of the Florida Hospital 4

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held Thursday,Feb.1.More than 200 N1: \ (. p1l I.tWilWI"'J; I tIW\\ (,

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The science fair was held Thurs "Which Mouthwash KtlU Most BacterIa WM judged 11 .. ,,. .), ."'I ,
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Students who entered projects in The 15,urinate walk took the student through a none aronnd the cbooL
the fair were honored at an awards ,
Thursday night, Feb. 1. DOES GIVING! !
All students in kindergarten through PROCEOtIq.AN BMS Celebrates Fit to Achieve Day with WalkIn
third grade were winners, each get J. EXTRENSIC -

ting a ribbon for their project .''REWARD INCREASE D" : order to celebrate Living WellIn gesture of fitness and unity to em- of physical. fitness for all students
Grades 6, 7, 8... Florida Month Bradford Middle phasize and promote the importance ..and staff
Of the 99 entrants from the sixth, rte'' ACADEMIC School students and faculty were out
seventh and eighth grades, the best a I-&'_--I in force Thursday morning' March
overall exhibit was entered by Dar. )r.y : RESPONSE ? J t 1, to participate In a brisk fitness HOME ,HEALTH AGENCY
die Bolin, in the Microbiology :: walk as part of the school's first annual -
category, entitled "Which ItEStS n. Fit to Achieve Day. Approved Medicare / Medicaid Visits '
Mouthwash" Kills the Most )aiL1IIIIiIIIIS-' !! (L....} PO j ,..'a Well in Florida Month has
Bacteria? -- --- Living .
Taking second place honors Dana WUUn oo',project""Dot Citing an Extmule Reward Increase AcademicRe.poDlle' been proclaimed by Gov. Bob Mar- HOME CARE Skilled'NUrsing
overall, was Dana wilkison for her "placed second overall at the Lawtey Science Fair. tinez and Commissioner of Education physical Therapy
entry "Does Giving an Extrensic Betty Castor for the past several PRIVATE DUTY'
Reward Increase Academic Traylor, 2) tie-Stacie Sharpe and 3) Chris Seeley 5th. years in order to increase public Occupational Therapy
Response?" Randy Joyner,3) tie-Justin Reddingand Chemistry: 1) Kristina Shuford5th awareness of the impact lifestyleand STAFFING sPeech Pathology
t Zack Smith. 2) Samantha Coward 5th, 3) nutrition have on personal Medical
Entrants were divided into nine health and fitness. The fitness walk Work
Earth and Space: 1) Matthew Sonia Belmarez 5th, 3) Jaime Hin-
categories, and a Judging team was Griffis. No other winners. man 5th,3) Michelle Konkel 5th. was suggested as a way to help Excellent
selected for each category. Micobiology: 1) Dardie Bolin, Zoology: 1) Pamela Starling students and staff in the schools to Employment Opportunities
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had projects in a junior division enteredprojects fair Medicine and Health: 1) Tew 4th, 3) Brandie Barrick 4th, 3) healthy lifestyle.The .
and exceptional students B.J. Crawford 5th.
Christina Grover 2) Raye Padgett.
in their own division. Physics and Engineering: 1) Botany: 1)Leigh Ann Griffin entire school, students and
based several Mikie Gaskins, 2) Mark Scott, 3) 4th, 2) Manlyelle Bolin 4th, 3) faculty, participated in a 15 minute I Upjohn I Healthcare Services
Judging was on
walk around
Schniske a mapped course
Shannon Patrick, David
criteria such as scientific thought, Jessica Kilby 4th,3) Darlene Simms ing the school.

creative clarity.ability,.skill, thoroughnessand and. Heidi Zoology Sapp: No first place winner, 4th.. Life Science! : 1) Jeremy The walk was called a symbolic 220 South Orange Street. Starke. Florida 82091JUDY'S

Only first place entrants advanced 2) tie- Greg Johnson and Tina Crawford 4th, 2) Maria Didans 5th. ..., ........
tieSandra Crews and .
Eunice 3) Azeta
I to a regional fair on March 1-2 at Natural Science: 1)
Lake City Community College. Jamie Gotts.Grades Ranzbar 4th, 3)Erlc Young, 5th, 3)
Fair winners as selected by the Henyr Toss 5th.
4, 5... Space Science: 1) Jennifer
judges by category are
Behavioral Science: 1) Dana Winners in the fourth and fifth Startling 5th,2)Tiffany Norman 4th,
Wilkison,2)Pam Chadwick, 3) Ken- grade classes, as determined by the 3) Chad Whaley 5th, 3) Renee ATTIC
dal Mobley. judges, by category are: Parker 5th.Earth.
Botany: No first place winner, Energy and Forces: 1) Esther Science: 1) Erica Sheer-
tied for second were Audrey Masseyand Massey 4th grade, 2) Dominic ing 5th, 2)) Leighton Lee 5th, 3)
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Benjamin."Ben" In lieu of flower contribution may the Methodist faith; owner/operator retired owner of a navigational Burial will be in Keystone Heights Survivors include three
be made to The First Baptist Church of The Pastry Shop In Starker was a equipment company in New Jersey Cemetery under the direction of Mrs. Kathy A. Faber of
Brency RowlandMr. Arise&Build Fund,163 W.Jefferson veteran of U.S. Navy WW II, and and was a life member of Power Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Stare, Mrs. Judy A. Sineca of
Street, starke, FL 32091: was a member of the American Squadron of New York. Heights. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Joan M.
Benjamin "Ben" Brency Legion of Starke. Survivors include his wife, HelenC. Howell of Jacksonville; two sons,
Rowland, 88, of Starke, died Sunday, Gerald Mark GriffisMr. Survivors include his wife,JoAnne' Aiken of Keystone Heights; one Mrs. Bernadette Emma David Paul Labby of Peoria, AR.
March 4, at Pines Evie deMoller Lon- and M. Scott Labby of Fairbanks,
Whispering Care Gerald Mark. Girlffls, 44, of Marie Rich Huffington; two stepdaughter LabbyMrs.
Center in Starke following Christine of don, one stepson Carson Alaska one brother, Robert Libertyof
an extended Lawtey, died Sunday March 4, at daughters, Huffington Englandit'; ;
illness. Born and Fla. Bernadette Emma Lobby, Merrimac N.H. and sister
raised in his home in Starke and Edith Irene Cheatum of ; one one
Cedar Key Fia. where he owned and illness. Born Lawtey In following a long Mr. Orange Park; two brothers Edward brother, Lawrence Aiken of 72, of Gainesville, died early Sunday Mrs. Jeannette Lynch and five
operated a. barber shop Mr. Griffis Jacksonville resident of Huffington, Normal, ill. and Keystone Heights; four grand- evening, March 4, following a brief grandchildren.
Rowland moved to Starke and worked was a lifelong Richard Huffington of Mortan, III.; children and several nieces and illness, at Bradford Hospital. Born
Lawtey. He was a member of the Graveside services will be held at
at Camp Blanding 46 nephews. and raised In Nashua, New Hampshire -
years ago. six sisters, Betty Berglin, Lucille
Baptist faith and was a disabled 11 a.m. Thursday morning, March 8,
retired where she attended school
He also from the State of ,
Fenls and Debris Allsman of Nor
veteran of U.S. Air Force during Funeral services will be held for at Forest Meadow Central on 39th
Florida Mrs. Labby moved to Gainesvillesome
as a tag Inspector for Brad-
mal, 111. and Maxine Ullian of Joliet.
Vietnam War. Mr.Aiken at 2 In the Park of the Ave. with Father William A.Hochbeim .
ford, Union and Clay counties was a andDorothy p.m. 25 years ago. She was
; 111., Linda Otto of Hudson, Ill.
member of Bradford Lodge No. 35 F Mr. Griffis Is survived by two Palms Chapel on Thursday, March employed at The Tigert Hall at the officiating. Archie Tanner
Jones of and three
& AM of Starke, where he served as daughters, Michelle and Laura Grif- Virginia 8, with Mr Ernest Woodhouse and University of Florida,and was of the Funeral Home of Starke is in
fis, both of Green Cove and grandchildren. of
Master of the Lodge and also servo Springs Mr. James Gilbert officiating. Catholic faith. charge arrangements.
; one brother, George R. Grlffis of Funeral services for. Mr. Huff
ed as Deputy Grand Master in 1955. Lawtey.Funeral. ington will be held at 4 p.m. at
He was a member of St. Mark's
graveside, Crosby Lake Cemetery,
services for Mr. Grlffis
Episcopal Survivors Church include of Starke.his wife, Mrs. were held at 2:30 p.m. at graveside, DeWight Thursday McQueen, March officiating.8, with Jones Rev. WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
Lawtey Cemetery, on Wednesday,
White Rowland of Starke two
Kiney ; March Funeral Home of Starke lain chargeof
7,with Rev.George ChIsholm
Mrs. Kay R. Carter of
Stare and Mrs. Helen R. Marshallof officiating. Jones Funeral Home of arrangements.

grandchildren St. George and Island seven, Fla.;great five Starke rangements.was, in charge of ar- George C. AikenMr. Dorman Well & Septic Tank

grandchildren.Funeral Bernard FranklynHuffington George C.Aiken,88.of Park of
services were held at 3 the Palms Keystone Heights, died
pm. Wednesday, March 7, at St. Monday, March 5, at his home in Inc. 1983
Father Episcopal Church with Mr. Bernard Franklyn Huff ington, Keystone Heights following an extended
Gilbert Crosby officiating, 64,of Starke,died Tuesday, March 6, illness. Born In Everett,
with Masonic Graveside Rites, at his home following a long illness. Mass.,Mr.Aiken moved to Keystone
2 & 4 Water Wells
in Installation
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archie Tan- Born in Normal, Illinois, Mr. Huff Heights in 1980 from Point Pleasant, Pumps-Sales, Service, Septic tanks,
ner Funeral Home of Starke Is in ington moved to Starke in 1976 from New Jersey. He was a member of
chargeof arrangements. Sebring, Fla. He was a member of Park of the Palms Church; was a Lift Stations-New Installation Drainfield '

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Taylor,75,of Starke,died Thursday,
Marcn 1, at her home in Starke,

following Biloxi, Miss.a ,brief Mrs. Taylor illness.moved Born in to Bryan (Skeeter) Jones 2752004Lex

Starke in 1953 from Waycross,
Georgia. She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Starke and work Jones 275-2716 After 6 p.m.
ed for the Bradford County School We Sell Only Quality Clean Clothing,Cribs,

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manager at. Starke ElementarySchool. OPEN: Tues-FH 10-5( 480 Lawrence Blvd. HeightsSat
Survivors include her son, Robert
Taylor of Gainesville; her brother, ,
Florian Fairley, Jr. oL Waycross.. - -,- ,.. -, - -. ... 'L"..
Ga. and two sisters, Cleo Nix or
Jacksonville and Grace Hilliard of -

Kennesaw, Ga. and three grand-
children. .
Funeral services for Mrs. Taylor .
were held at 10 a.m.. in DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel, Starke, on Saturday, ; Pot-0-GoU ;
March 3, with Rev. Ben Bryant of
ficiating. Burial was in Pine Forest
Cemetery, Homerville, Ga. at 2 p.m. ( '
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12 noon til 6 p.m.dai V} \ trance of Lost Valley' '5/I i glOloInd. and frame steal buildings; all sizes. Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales, 100-X3001.) 485-1663 (Graham). Ed- I
964-8096. 1 see our model center 648 E. Union 904-364-5197. 4 wards Plat 9 Cecelia
St,Jacksonville or call Hal Hen ickI 24x44) 3 BR/2 BA. Free set-up and deliv- IN CITY OF LAWTEY:Lot for sale on SR Terwlllegar .
ery. $175/Month. Call Mitch Joe .._.HOMES.....
toll free 1-8<>>-273-6072. 3 or 225. Contact Mr. Hunter Graham
FOR LEASE PARTIALLY COMPLETED Jim. Uncle Ro '. Mobile Home Sales. 485-1663. 9 "HANDYMAN SPECIAL From home 2 BR 1 BA. 100x100' corner lot on Pine A
1973 GMC G6000 r. RlAcend7 WOO sq ft fast food location across 904-364-5197. 4 EXCELLENT WATERFRONT LOT: Lake St. Lawtey. Fine location. $17.500
rebuilt engine. Run\vCv $**> A from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848. evenings 14X52 LIBERTY.I982,assume paymentsof Sampson Lake. 100x190 ft. offers HANDSOME ..$TORY CEDAR HOME wltha beautiful view of Lake Sampson.
I Register Oil Co.. 3 l'IO.fit son 473-3627 TFN 3 $157.32 for 3 1/2 years, call 782- beautiful view and gorgeous sunset Located In Brimwood Point. :3 BR. 2 BA) Central float 1 pump carpeted Insulated *
Street Starke. 2 FOR SALE OR RENTWarahousa/offo: 3610. Owner will finance. Oeerfoot Trails. windows, skylights mahogany eat door, sunken tub ceiling fans,
1980 DODGE CONVEFV vXH: Fully space: 3000 sq ft. located at Enterprise 1989 MOBILE HOME: 14x52. American Asking 19500. Century 21 Showcase 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 s.f. wrap around porch, must see to appreciate.
I loaded, 4 captain cKJK la lIIk ws Park next to Sunshine Indus General.2 BR 1 BA witth one acre on Properties, Inc., 473-4903. Owner financing to a quallfed buyer. $105,000.
into bed. 73,000 mltV/ \ .\l.",\ 4. CU tries. Contact Diane Ely 964-5294 pond. Sampson City community. 9HALL LAKE GENEVA- 3/2 1/1, 2300 sf. Contemporary style central vacuum CH/A
,I 964-5244. 2 TFN 3PROFESSIONAL $27,500.964-2018. 4 : LAKE AREA: Beautiful one or two carpet and tile, 3 yrs. old 97 of magnrfkent white sand beach, kitchen appliances -
1979 FORD RANCHE Jf'l''\ (lA Cted. OFFICE SPACE FOR 12X60 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR 1 BA. acre parcel In homes only section. dbl. fireplace,oarage ossum. mtg. $199,000,
Black Must see to IA. CU RENT:Up to 1600 sq. ft Will remodel $3800.964-5714.' 4 Ready for you to build, priced to sell. GRAHAMS 1325 s.f. 31R11 )/2 BA, IMng.room, dining kltch.n combo. 10 yrs.
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964-5244. 2 to suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy Call 777-1861 In Jacksonville. old. CH/A. 2 Ac. $69,500'PRESTIGIOUS
1987 CHEVETTE: Ex<\AA A ldllio/l.( 301 next to Ul Skeetef Insurance \\YARD' S'ACE': : 9
| I.. 'f '. HOME the city of Starke. 4 BR, 3 BA.fireplace, wood floors
j Call 964-5200 or 53\ZAO Altar/ 6 World. 1-800-771-7283.. TENMINI 100 ACRES: six room house and bam. '
609 Call
extras. W. Street.
i I 2 3 509 CENTER STREET: Fri. & Sat., Mar. Owner will finance $2000/acre.call many $125,000 ,
1965cFORD PICKUP M) 2.3. Mar. NEAT AND CLEANS Close to prisons.: BR/2 BA large living room, separate I
Vj.n 910. 964-7771
: \ < (\InlllrIG TRAILER PARK on Griffis Loop. 21/ Inside you tell us or 964-4537 TFN
condition. 1968 Ford rCrt l >I trick (Or :2 Ac. (free and clear of any encumbrances : what you'll give for any item because 9TWO dining room, central heat window air. 1440 sf, doubl.wlde. work shop 20x30 ,
parts. $800 for both 1\4' 1) ),with four septic and wells, next \week dealers will take all. ACRES ON POWELL STREET: In all on landscaped 11/4 Ac. $29.500 I
2 mobile homes. 7 Town. Call for more information 964- COUNTRY CLUB AREA 3 BR. 21/2 BA, Brick home fireplace, pool l, hot tub. Immaculate
'CAMARO: Black A/e, \dld\ .,OiuVFM. Good co$35,10. me property. Call 7 FAMILY YARD SALE: Bedspreads, 6730, leave message. 9 cond. $125.000
Power BIS. Runs g tW'! lire'. for appointment after 6 p.m., 964- curtain, blinds, baby items and other TWO LARGE LOTS FOR SALE: Nice STRAWBERRY ACRES Nke mobile home on nearly manicured. lot, 1SO'x210>,
$6,000.964-9317. 8970.964.8705 864-2586.. Serious. home furnishings. March 9 & 10,8-5. homesite, big shade trees close to new roof, central heat/air with 3 bedrooms.- $23,900
'83 HYUNDAI: 37,000 t Mfgr II, +, IAkA aver\ buyers only, tfn 3 1300 Pratt Street. 7 school. 964-8276. 9 CHEAPER THAN RENTI Immaculate furnished 3 bedroom. 1% bath mobile
payments. Call 473 f yf3\ MINI TRAILER PARK on Griffis Loop. 211 GARAGE SALE: Household Items 12.9 ACRES: Partially cleared, has five home w/separate recreational room equipped with stove A frig, separate
j ATTENTION-GOVERNlE rJJS I ED :2 Ac. (free and dear of any encumbrances clothes,baby item,lot*of misc.items. pecan trees at entrance with lots of garage beautiful landscaped lot an Griffis Loop. $ 19600.
VEHICLES from $1 \ FOfd', Mercedes ), with four septic and wells, 1221 Johns Drive Saratoga Heights, pine and oaks and some cypress.Call NE 2tttt Ave. 1 BR/1 BA New... $ 26,000
Corvettes, Qt f.S-h+. ,' t utDWa and light poles, three mobile homes. Saturday, rain or shine. 8:30-1: p.m. for appointment Serious buyers only. NW 65th AVE.i 3 bedroom, 1 both. S ocr... Home. 'he new 20 yr. roof freshly
Buyers Guide. Call 1 ROR:93A.8885. 35000. Good Income property. Call After 6pm. 964-8970, 964-8705 or painted Inside Owner says, 'Make an Offer ,
Ext R 17283. 2 for appointment after 6. p.m., 964- 7357 N.E. 12TH AVE. (OLD STERNS 964-2586. tin 9 GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRtCEt 41Hodroom. 2 bath, with a large family room
1 1981 FORD FAIRMONT, e.N: t3ood 8970.96"B705 or 964-2586.Serious ROAD): Follow signs off Rd. 16 E. A/ 3 ACRES ON BAYLESS HIGHWAY located In the city.
I condition, low mile.. l'itP\y1/ \ tiQ, A/C./ buyer only. tin 3 C, ceiling fan, foot lockers tables, $12,500. 10 Acres with well septic 315 WALNUT STREBTi Good rental properly-3 homes: $ 59300.
$1995. 964-2910. curtains and more. Thurs.. Fri. &Sat., tank and power pole, $25,000. Possible -
COUNTRY 3 BR. 1 concrete block, window treatments:
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SEIZED \ \ \ Financing. Thornton 4
$100. Corvettes CKfa* r'ot'\c1es. MOBILE HOMES MOVING SALE: Many Items. Saturday Associates,Joy Thornton Broker.964- ceiling fans, CHAA stove, r frig, DW garage wood floors, Andersen windows
and other confiscate*ffifK/KlftS' For .. ::::;FOR'SALEC::. Mar. 10, 9 til ?? 101 N. Epperson St 4223. 9 carpet rose garden, Ig. patio area, bride BBQ grill smoker, Laiy Susan
Buyers Guide, t-6o0P48.y5t3Z.<$ ejil '1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOODdou- 7 table, hothouse, tool shed sop. pumphouse, beautifully landscaped.

2729. Also open ef\A, & w*>K- btewide. with all the extras. $19.000 SATURDAY. MARCH 10: 2112 MI. Northof REAL ESTATE ...COMMERCIAL...
ends. 2 balance and $1000 down.Assume"the Starke. Cancel if rain. Look for
1973 FORD LTD: Deperv.ic1tk' e*I. loan. Will pay to have moved to your *. 8 til 11 7 OUT OF AREA DYNAMIC CORNER HWY$411 HWY Ills Heaviest traffic In county. 173 ft on 301
I steering, ?M tfi\ .$350. 1008. a 137.54 N.on Hwy 16.Coll for d.tolle. $145.000
FIRM W lot Call 373-3423 attar 4pm, or 864- STREET: Stereo
964-2764 lI 9115 during \the day. 4 andpeaker$25; 1/4"dnlland saber OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: wooded COMMERCIAL RENTAL SPACES Four offkes and large workshop. 35' on
I 1988 DODGE DAKO 9q, i m ege. 14X70, MOBILE HOME: FOR SALE BY saw $12;women clothes 25 cents; lots river access. $5950 each. No 301 $59.500
After 5:30: pm. call rq OWNER. Take up payments of$2507 men clothes,dress pants sz 36 shirts money down. $71.41 month. Owner. N.TEMPLE AVE 1 Acre zoned Commercial $125.000
2I Month. 964-5948 alter 5 p.m. Mon.- 151/2.So cents to 1.00;25"color TV, 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN WOW WHAT A COMMERCIAL DIAL Corradlnee In Lowto y- Approx. Off on
I 1966 CHEVY PICKUP, ,4o' Aol'dllion. Fri., anytime on weekends. it lights up and talks, $15;21.B/WTV, 10TIME Hwy 301. 10 Ac of land 3300 sf store and living quarters, paved driveway with
$800 or trade for t+"V1'\jI'\-' IrAll r. .- $8;old Singer sewing machine,needs SHARE UNITS-DISTRESS SALES ample parking. $149.500
I 964-7648. 2 FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and some work $10: and a lot of this 'n Cheapll Cheap!! World Wide selec SUPER COMMERCIAL Great two story building. Enterprise Zone, downtown
1985 MUSTANG LX: A 'F14 ,=,,tsalte. Pre-approval on mobile home loans. that Fri. & Sat., 9 am til ? 7 tions. Call Vacation Network today. 1- Starke. .um. Mortgage Reduced to$49.900
power locks,air,tinte 'NirrtiW..Great Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B FRI DAY!Gas stove $35;Club cookware, 800-826-7844 NATL 1-800-826-1847 NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALES 830 N. Temple Av. 8 furnished 1-BR
condition. $3200. Q rv' A6St)96. Homes Lak. City FL. 4 $20;family clothing and misc. Comer In FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 apartments, fully occupied, with excellent occupancy record; heating, and
leave message. 2 1990 DOUBLEWIDE: 24x44.3 BR. 2 BA. Hwy 229-A & 233 (Morgan Road). SCENIC SOUTHERN ILLINOIS: 50 acre cooling unit In each apartment.. Good cosh llowl. $147,000
1988 FORD F-150; 4 s''\bI, Jt; ,, pOwer Wood siding and shingle roof, plus farm, good location, fertile land, great RENTAL ON CALL STRUT *
.t eringandbrake.,, { \t... "free delivery and set up.$14,995. Call BIG YARD SALE: Several families 'in investment $65,000. Call 618-963-
AM/FM cassette, ktj d 1w1Aews 755-5114,Circle B Homes Lake City Lawtey on 301. Saturday only 83. 2215.10RVS& AFTER HOURS
$5700. Call after) fy\, X92.5109. FL 4 Cancel if rain. 7 Pauline Randolph. . ..,. . . . . I' .964-6323
2 BANK REPOS: 1985's and up. Double- MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday I CAMPERS Sandra T.rwIIUcjor. r. . . . . .. . .533-2242
832 DR. PONTIAC Gfl\N0>"M wide. $1,000 On. Pmt March 10. South 301 Just outside
I only. In good shape, wA I Glob'' : Body tide $500 dn.pmt Everyone can Singlewlde buy-bad, city I POP TOP CAMPER: Apache sleeps 0. Debra Connaughton. . . . . . . . .9642833Ann

$200.964-7425. credit or no credit CaU 755-5114, Stove, ice box needs work. 1-325- Torwlllogar Brown. . . . . . . ..473.7541.sy
jI Circle B Home, Lake City FL 1 YARD' SALE 3238 alter 5:30: p.m Unda or Jimmy
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A r LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT IN FLOR- Sunday;March401h, SLIDE IN POP UP TRUCK CAMPER: ,,.x: .' -,, ., ..
I LOST: SET OF KEYS rpptply on Walnut IDA: All new home 5% Down. 14 C, heat stove,"refrigerator, great (of'" *..-<- ? 6,,,... -....,' aloof ritnv no' "'Mft 6 ,ebi. wan,," .
Street $50 REJo tp. Gad 964- wide start at $500 down Double- 8 am until?? fishermen and hunters. $1100. Call ; z
6227. 5 wide at $800 down. Call 755-5115, 1 mile West of Graham after 6 p.m.. 7823109. 19 Check the C/assifieaslc
Circle B Home, Lake City FL 1982 COACHMAN 23 1/2'Travel Trailer.
4 Watch for signs Roof air, sleeps 7,AC/DC/Gas re(rig., ,
1978 VEGA WITH PORCH: On 1 acre Lewis !Amour Westerns, heater, full bath. Excellent cond.
with well and septic and pool. In
I large $5,000. Call after 5 p.m., 4733073.
ARABIAN HORSES: 1\rlI", It 600. Starke area. Call4542649 for ap- Cast Iron Skillets, 19
Call 7823267. S pointment. 4. Collectibles, Several Bikes, I ii; iEui LE
2 SOWS BREED FOfl f f IAr Tt1S Qne 2 BR, 1 BA MOBILE HOME: Stove, ,.- Clothes, Etc. I
'' frig.,goodcoocitton.25007823384.
boar All for $350. / 4V... ..

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LOOKING FOR A F4h dLOoD- Jim Sate orrJJoe. 9043645197.Uyncle Roy*Mobil 4 Home b. I I 1 L Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer

redbone HOUND.We bloodhoui have*W\X, Ml\ PlolXIld DELUXE 1990 SKYLINE D/W: Lap siding -

for breed.ale.for Please puppy or caII"if.l/ ;'' J ii""l.ikllilut r"leq.4c.PUpPY b" much, shingle more.Only roof$270/Mo.fireplace.Call Much Mitchor INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST I? 964611 964.6095JK

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11WANTED Sale Roy' Mobile Home Lots with or without septic &
904-364-5197. 4199014x803BR2BA.Only$166Month.
: AN'f"lriO) CJJNSID. well hookup .
ERED. Send detaiV 1i P1etptltprice' Can Mitch or Jim. Undo Roy's Mobile Building Lot In Keystone .
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Beach. FL 33404., ti, i Home Sale. 9043645197. C 20O Acres in Bradford County .......$1,500Acre .
.11. 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone TREE AND STUMP
5 Mobile Home Lots on 227.$6.50O Each
Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.
43 Acre Farm with :3 Br.. 2 Ba. Home In REMOVAL

Gainesville 5 Acres on small lake .-$3OOO Acre I'" Ji tI: ti fli i1: jJiif tj. ;

3/4 mile.lake frontage on lake In Alachua .

Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.0OO 964-9300
a 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham....$3.OOO Acre
r For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.

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Located Hwy. 3 1, ttf<>cite South of C.R. 100 a 221 Lafayette StI Q 1)TLAWitr5uy Starke FL .

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I *NICE S BR, 2 BA C t>n S acresn country. Owner will hold mortgage. .

1 211.89*100x216 LOT on 'VXf4! | bTA1LIL You Full Service Real Estate Office'f.L >/Homc JLotAcreage VWatcrfront ,

I *APPROX. 2 ACRE, Hf/ 1l l A.I Zoned Cpmm rclol. Owner financing. 1290. v/Faims N/Commerdal

I *NEW LISTING ((3 MI.) h 5xjOO with privileges to George's Lake. 28-90 .'. !P I *APPROX. 2 ACRBVlN, AflV Mth, 2 lilt 2 IA. home, this could be made Into 3 BR. I IS90 a LOVELY BRICK HOMI4 BR/2 BA, CH/A. Steve, refrig dishwasher 2240 sf\\ a
( I sun deck well A septic, 1 ac.
1 ALAWTSY AREA: CyVV* block Central H/A, many fruit trees on one acre. | a CHURCH STREET- 48R/2BA CB Homo. .Of/A. Ig. family room. 2148 sf.J
34-90 garage, lovely landscaped lot. I ION a
1 *LAKE LOTi On b vAM|( 1 Mc("nf>wn Lak.. Owner. financing. 7-90 REALTOR CharUi. FlyrA* *M-2 2* THE WATERt 38R/2BA Norwelgon !brick IMng. dining A 'family roomy I
*ALMOST NEWT B'/\( ('\Ate\ W I-5 ac:,... Directly across tram lake. 146-89 S CH/A 2310 sf. front and back porches. 2.8 ac. lot .I
*SAMPSON LAKE /V 1'1. this' 'linmaculate home on 2 ac.... 173-89 *;Cornirterci'it!* Business HAMPTON LAKE ACCtSS: R/2 frame, family room.w/flreplac.( CH/A;I a
*THREE BEAUTIFUL r-bMpi>B> CllJEi LOTS: Call for details. .... 2184 .f 576 .. workshop landscaped lot. I
*SACRIFICE SACRIFICE! Owner must sell brkk 3/2, CH/A. Good '
r ;, I *ASSUMABLE MO* Qfk)H ell this "brick: veneer, 3 BR 1 BA between Starke and | Good $18.500 S 5 ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY 3BR/1 BA. A-Frame w/porches on all four I ,
Owner Frame 2/1 Incom.
In Starke. ,
I I lawtey. 42000. oAj< % Financing .Id...Woodbumbig stove, pole barn 24x50 tool shed 8x9 well and septk. I
r. I 1 *GOLFVIEWi Only J \loll 'M, prKxl: to sell. 23-90 *Newly renovated Inside and out 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. $23,900 IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BCB Home, two-story. Stove refrlg., AC units, ,
Cedar home 1 CILIA ref. .
on range 5 electric heat well A
*LAWTEYs 4 BR 2 1 l// p\n 4 1JcI'f. Assumoble mortgage by qualifying. 2090. septic an 1 Ac. a
lot. $39.000
Concrete block 3/1. central' heat In Storke. 100x125
*ADULT COMMUft/V/ tylt. ) all, 3 BA Doublewlde. 16-90 GOOD RENTAL PROPERTY Two-story apartment building. 2 BR/1! BA each
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I : Crystal Lake Hom..II.s,CB, 3/1, CH&A, range ref, 1300 SF. S47.5OOFrame aport..t. '
*COMMERCIAL 10 \ SO01 frontage Hwy 301. Has water-sewer and
I (lee. 14-90 /V/% vr. on | 1400 sq. ft.4 111.13/4 BA, large lot. In country. $45,000 5 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Salvage Yard w/3 alt.,)'BA CB (Nome.: 12x60 a
Assumable Brick 3 BR/1 1/2 BA. CHI A, Rg.. Ref., 49900.
Mortgage! mobile home 40x60
| IMMACULATE DOt/4MD/ fKn Highway 16 West, 4/2Vi.: CH&A. 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. $54.000 w/pumps on :3 acres with frontage on Hwy 301.
13-90 In Country Club: Brkk 3/2 CH/A, All appllanc. 2 Cor garage, 2000 sf.Excellent a ON PAVED ROAD .
I BR/2 BA OW Mobil. Home AC Unlt.,Elect. a
KINGSLIY LAKE A/V'I f 0No> tlul selling, large oak trees, doublewlde with built. Heat
lot 3/2
neighborhood, near the hospital. Comer Stove, A ell"--..
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I on workshop and {tyfVv ",blniMlon, other extras. 11-90 2 septic tanks and 2 power poles' on 4.8 acres.
/ o Excellent Starter or Retirement Home. CB 3/1 City water and sewer. 32000. 1 ACRES M THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA
Doublewlde Mobil.
1 *RD 230 Bi Nice f /lSli1/ \tot 9.90 a Home. CH/A,
nice. 100x300.
Bedford furnished extra
lake 2/1 CHAA completely Stove A refrig. on 2 Acres. 5
I *.010 ACRUi Mostly *|* \rAd' Has cvnynerclal stocked fish ponds. Well .septic A Brkk CHAA over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 ocr...
pole. 1
Neat a Oeon.2/1. Heal a Air Make appointment to see.
1 *SMALL ACREAGE f Hjf. fattt WUh eiccelNmt terms for mobile home or house. | Ranchette. O'Aer frame home, fenced, pecan A pear trees $47,900 A 20 ACRESCty Hwy 22$, Near Lawtey, Planted Pines. 5
; 115089I Horses and Children will thrive on this 20 Ac. On Paved Rd. Brick 2/2. p HOME RLDO LOTS Hwy 16W City Water A Sewage;Owner Financing
I I *RENTAL 3 .R. 3 WVra .. \\fl Town $475 Month Owner financing. Immaculate MH's, pasture oaks on 24 ac ... $98.000 a HOME BUBO LOTS Shady Oaks $/D. Brooker.
j Stork. Historic Renov. 6BR. 3%Bo. 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. FOUR B-ACRfl TRACTS Brooker. Owner Financing. : a
of Our Professionally Beautiful 2 story !brick and cedar farm home. 42'Bo on 36 acre. "THREE RIVERFRONT LOTS Breaker.. Owner FlnatalnS.a .
Owner Anxious" Make Offer 4/1 1/2, over 1500 sf.Close to Starke. 9.8 ACRES Freoteeee axe New River, Well B Sepsis.I .
Stqff Today..964-0069 Excellent Neighborhood) 'In Storke. 3/2, CH/A all appliances fireplace. NICE. a
Over B Acres. Stick, 4/2 1/2. CH/A Fireplace, pver 2100 .f. All appliance APTERHOURSi.
Call These Reatto.A5oclates
: Waterfront Crosby Loka canal. Doublewlde,CH/A. Rge., Ref. $34.000. 5 Wayne Devotes".H4-4e93 Bill Geese- 64-44441 ,
L- L. r'.u1k .er..9 ...5142 MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) 01119.41.954.740. Novi.Ward *6474MA .
,teae Codwln..4e8-25O3 Reduced US 301 South. Approx. 6 Ac., Metal bldg.. MH 2 wells, 3 septks.
35 Ac. w/frome 3/11/2, born, fenced appro. 30 A. cleared Includes Formal!
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$14." PER MONTH FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR," utili 064-6281. career can be. Join the acclaimed of record for
CALL 964ALUMIN'UM RETIREMENT COMMUNITY anytime. Mark Garrison qualified
: license
ties paid. From $37.50 no. driving school and
8048. 12 up weekly. Featuring retirement community and E-14255. 17 you may be eligible youth. Desirable Qualifications: A 4
HOTEL; Walnut St. a career that promise good pay yr. college
degree from accredited'Inslltutlon.
supervision 24-hour PHOTOGRAPHY: Derek Al-
Starlie. in front of Post Office.3BR2 stability and
more. Bowling Green
PLATES.Measures '24x38 .13 a day.Certified nursing asst,first aid, varez. Weddings, portraits, and loca- State ,or2yr.elCp rfenceln social
lncr *,$.50.ach. Great for patching BA MOBILE CPR trained staff. We are a retirement tions. Phone 064-8877. Bus. phone, Green Transportation Center in Bowl- work counseling outreach work or a
and HOME $225 Month. ing Kentucky can give/ you the related fibitt
repair* TELEGRAPH Special Qualifications
135 W. Call community-nota nursing home. 064-2184. 17 :
782-3417 professional
Cal Sl Starke. 12 OUN'S TFN13 Not alllllated with any religious organlzadon. training you need. Financial Bondable must have a Florida DrIvers I

4-COP UQUOR UCENSE for Bradford lots SUBDIVISION for MOBILE Home ..Call Su 'loday,468-261. DtlSINESS'dPpdRTUNITYWOLFF J.B. 'Hunt assistance Is available. Call license valid vehicle Insurance
rent water and sewer furnished at t-eoO-643-3331. EOE. be.
Broker must resldenl of Bradford
protected.: Iflt 17 County.
= *al*. Cal George Looking 1-813- .TFN 13, cable tv available 782-3333 WANT TO DRINK. THATS YOUR TANNING BEDS: Commercial, EXPERIENCED Subject to drug screen. 15 Salary:$4/Hr.Dates of Position:3/19/
12 HALF ACRE BUSINESSI) WANT TO STOP? home unit from $199.00. Lamp, TECHNICIAN 90 to 9/30/90. Submit resume or
HOME Recent
GREEN CANE SEED TWO ANTIQUE rent Close for THATS OURSI Alcoholic Anon lotion, accessories. Monthly payments experience. Excellent application to: Suwannee River Economic -
CARS:1953 FordCustom, 1962 Old TFN 13 to prison. Call 468-1323. moo 064-3619,964-4150.864-8614 low as$18.00.Call today FREE 259-2293 salary and working conditions. 1- Council,(no.,P.O. Box 70 Live
,ask for
88. Ph. color 8 amend Oak, FL 32060 Deadline
964- 404. 271 Alton Road STATE 11.17 catalog. 1-800-228-6202. : March 12 :
,need.homeclo.{ om. 15
Stark, FT_ 12 CARPET SHAMPOOING FLOOR 1990, 12 Noon. 15 ;
to your work?We have dean mobile REGISTERED NURSE CLINICAL SU-
SALE:FourRVT home STRIPINQ-WAX general cleaning) ,
available call 4681323. TFN18EDRCOMAPARTMENTWaDedpatlo PERVISOR: Lead the No. 1 Team.
non-directional, Wild Country, windows, residential or commercial. Fait paced home health HOMES FOR SALE
12.50x15x33, $300; four aluminum : CC. Cleaning Service 7823089. RN 4 LPN's:For staffing and pnvate duty agency. In
10-knelt rims, $100 or $350 for tires with storage area. Clean, modem 17C.C.'S and long-term home care. Applications supervision.of Documentation FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR, 11/2 Bath

and rim. Call 964-3939.keep trying.HANOI design.near tennis Off-street parking close In, CARPET SHAMPOO SPECIAL: on Tuesday Call Vlrgle 964- helpful.understanding Career position Medicare full guideline time sala CB home.Living room dining kitchen,
12 13MOBILE courts.. 064-8601. First room $25;each additional$10. 8772. Upjohn Healthcare Services. ried with benefits from start of large family room w/fi rep lace and built-
HOUSE PORTABLE building,. No limits. Call 7823089. 17 15RN'I employment in bar. Screened In back porch small
storage NOIDOWN HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY JAMES C. GRIFFIS ELECTRIC: Plumb- LPN's. and CNA's: Job openings 8772 or Monday-Friday.1-800-448-7753.Call 964- pool. Fenced backyard, bam w/elec-

house PAVMENT.Hwy WATER BATH. SEWERCABLE TV, 2 BR ing, water pump repair, 24 hour a for private duty, staffing and home Russln for appointment, Beverly trtdty. 9645647. 16
664-7488 Upjohn
301 South,9644848 TFN MOBILE TFN 13 day and weekends. 431-1203. care. Call 964-8772 for Interview. Healthcar etv IS 3 BR.2 BA Block Home. Many extras.On
12X21 HOMESLOTS WITH CITY 17ODD Upjohn Healthcare Services. 3 lots close to town(Steel l Mill Road).
PAYMENT.Handl House 13 and construction. Small to PATHOLOGIST. Must have credentials 3/2 BRICK HOME ON 3/4 Acre. Cedar
portable ONE large prel Openings/? available In several areas,
APARTMENT Com- to practice under Medicare
building Hwy 301 South Stark,964- : ects.CaII000.JOB,964-8565or9 will train. For Info.call 708-742-8620 guideIIne.ln and glass interior. Beautifully land
pletely furnished. Clean and State of Florida.
8S48 TFN 12 quiet 9822.17 ext. 362. 15ATTENTIONHIRINGI Home visits in scaped. 48000. 12377501.
ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN Adults only. 964.8214.3 DON'T LET YOUR CHILDS GRADES Bradford and Union Counties. Call 16
Arthur !Government
3 BR 2 BA 1 ACRE WOODED LOT:On jobs Beverly Russin 864-8772 or 1-800-
GasMn. 782-3140. tfn and self-esteem sink this Call CEDARHOMEOn4.47ac.1112.toryw/A: '
12 area.
year. -your $17.840-$69.485. Call 1-
MARY'S VARIETY SHOP:Sale,wicker stream with easy option to purchase. 064-8594. TFN 17 602-838-8885. Ext R 3403. 443-7753. Upjohn Healthcare Serv loft 2 BR 2 BA, CH/A. Stone fire-;

used furniture, appliances, TV', 964-7158,285.4300forotheroppor- WELL DRILLING PUMPS SERVICE:' 15DRIVERS ices. 15OUTREACH place. Many extras! No assum. mtg.

microwaves VCR', .You name It, I HOUSE tunities.FOR RENT 13 OR LEASE WITH Durance Pump & Supply Co, Water -$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or : 18 month PROGRAM COORDINATOR Pri- Call 064-3131 after p.m Applt.only)
grant position.
carry HI.Aiwa looking for such systems specialists. 864 Temple OTR. Train !local 18
item*. : 355-5500.CON-
OPTION TO BUY: 3 BFV2 BA on 2 mary duties include operation of bookmobile 3 BR FRAME HOUSE ON GRIFFIS
Stop in if you wish to sell something Ave, US 301 Starke, 32091 TFN STRUCTION:$8-$1 Shrty/sub.Inside
304 E. Cal St. 9643250. aC'91ln Lake Hampton Oaks. CH/A 17 .Comm/Re All Phase Will and programming for disabled LOOP: Window air forced air heat
.. Evening
call 984-5813. on't cad after 9pm. W/W carpet,kit furnished.$475/Mo., ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, buttonholes train. 355-5500.15 ft disadvantaged children & adults stove refrigerator, dishwasher /fully
TFN 12SECTIONAL $3507 Deposit Call 468-1857. patches.eto. Drop off and pick ATTENTION: EARN MONEY TYPING'AT Requirements: valid Fla. chauffeur'slicense carpeted. Will chow by appointment
SLEEPER 13 up. 7 days a week,7am-8pm.B64- ; type 30 wpm 2 years public only.Call after p.m.,964-8970,964-
SOFA: Beige : 32000yr. Income potential.
2 BR 2 BATH HOUSE ON 7 library experience high school
; graduate 8705
excellent condition : 5587. Plnehurst Variety across from .Details. or 964-2586. 16
Craftsman (1))602-838-8885,Ext T-
$425/Mo.:. $150 to
Riding Mower$250.473-1138. TFN deposit. Call 1-467- Southslda Elem. Hwy 100-TFN 17283. 15 ; subject background and driv-
2958. 13 ing record check lift
12MUST '.m. 17PRESSURE ; ability to 25 Ibs.
LARGE 1 BR APARTMENT,furnished or NIGHT a WEEKEND COORDINATOR. and work flexible night and weekend

and 3ELLAlrtemp air, with heat 3 Ion central heat unfurnished Central heat/A.C./ An utilities ,driveway WASHING Roof: Houses Repairs.sidewalks Tree- Employee dispatching clients calls shifts. Salary $4.00 per hour, 28 hrs.a .
pump. $350. Also Triayenursingormedicalbackgroundhelpful.
furnished with rent $275/Mo. week. Apply In Bradford
Beta deck Surgeon. Call 964-634I. Terry Park. person
tape (need minor repair) $90 Deposit lnexcellentlocatkxi.964- Mature Judgement, familiar County Public Library 105 E.Jackson
w/35 movie $$5. Ca;:964-7002. 8704. 13 TFN 17 with area, work from home. In-offlce Street Starke; Florida. Closes 3/22/ ED'SlRECONDITIpNEDIPPLIMCES
CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free
es- training. Call Beverly 964-8772 for '
SLEEPER for pickup truck,, $500. Call THREE Plus PASTURES: Aprox. 50 acres. timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., interview. Upjohn Healthcare Serv' 90. ISPHYSICAL ;! ?
house trailer
8 mile
064-0317 12 hookup. owner Tommy Reddish 0644559. ices. 15ATTENTIONHIRING THERAPY AIDE: to work 8
'83 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR:75 East of Starke on Hwy 1009647033. TFN 17STRICKLAND'S ) Government Job a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon.-Fri. at North

hp. with Mm and tilt $2495. 533-. MOBILE 13 SEWING MACHINE your area. 1784069485. Call 1- Florida Reception Center. No experi- 2 Mo. Old Gas Range 225*0
2525. 12 for SALES AND SERVICE: All makes 602-838-8885. Ext. R 17283. ence required, must be over 21,male
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 112 Ac. home- rent or sale.3 BR 2 BA on 1 acre.Call and model cleaned oiled and adJusted 15 preferred. Fill out an application at Microwaves $95
sits with viewer Hampton Lake. 964-8592 after 8 p.m. 13 $15. New and used sewing EMERGENCY ROOM NURSES Physical Therapy of Starke (Winrv ap|
oak tree, 2" wel, near public boat 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOME: CH/A. machines. Hwy 233 a 16 (Morgan NEEDED: 7 pm to 7 am. Work three Dixie Plaza SR 100)). 15 Refrigerators *175
lairing.$25,000.((904))38W795 after carpeted, room to garden In Strawberry Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 days,get paid for full week.For further EXPERIENCED BARTENDERS
5 p.m. 12 Acre $370/Mo. plus depositOne FURNITURE REFINISHING: 4734347. information contact Kay NEEDED: Experienced only apply. [Washers, Dryers $7500 ap|
years lease.301 North,4 miles to 17MOBILE 964-6104. 15'"
D.O.N.at Ed Fraser Memorial
$$SACRIFICE SACRIFICE$$ Steel N.E. 50th follow Hospital -
signs. see. 1- HOME SKIRTING: Cut brick N.
159 3rd Street, L -
building manufacturer anxious to dear
778-0314. 13
stone or stucco. Call Raymond,473-
32063. ((904)) 250-3151. 15:
exoMslnventory.Bestpossl prices. SMALL 2 BR HOME: Central heat and 4021. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Immediate delivery. Freight Included. air, close to town and shopping no 17 REGISTERED NURSES: Visits in
Bradford and Union Counties. IV and
21.28$100528IC3O$2580351C40; ; pets. Call after 12.noon-964.6680. WE DO HAULING:Any type needed.Call
$3755;40x42,$4134;54x60.$7193. 13 782-3084 anytime. TFN 17 experience helpful. Assessmentand
Other sizes available.Call 180063- 2 BR/2 BATH HOME: Central heat ft Air BACKHOE BULLDOZING AND TRAC- documentation skills. Part time or
5700.12 Conditioning. Shaded, private lot TOR WORK: Call 782-3267. full time. Fast growing career advancement -
NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS & TROLLING $250/Mo. Call 468-1777. 13 Call Beverly Russln at

MOTORS: 1989 1990 model TRAILER IN COUNTRY: 1985 14x80. 2 OLD FASHIONED MENDING done by 964-8772 or 18004487753.Upjohn
Below most dealer Invoice-100%financing BR. Clean, nice yard, one child max. hand. Reasonable rates call 964- Healthcare Service 15 THE.'S JUST

available. Marine Sale ToN 21st Street and Meng Dairy Road, 2337.17A PART TIME COLLECTOR: Phone and

Free 1.9800-544-2850.5 days,8 am- $245/ Mo.. ,plus. deposit 064-6714 WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: vehicle.$8.00 per hour to aggressive
II nJ TCOOL' 4O1;' k -..:- after 4. / 13UUMIUWtAtlLt'SBHHOUilbiHasftre- Australian European Scandinavian, Individual. II you are Interested send
METAL BOX; rc x on : Japanese high school exchange students name and experience resume to:COLLECTOR -. :
,. narrow tide, 0 drawer with tools. place, large yard. 7823344. arriving In August Become a .. .,PX>..Drawer.AStaika.ifiU c.. M .:.. -jl 4 11'I1' Tl 1'M'/Aq -..;0. .:7 'r ," a
$225; Numerous flea market boxes 1 13"DUNTRY Host Family/American Intercultural 32091. 15AFFORDABLE, "
M.$3.00 ea.or will sell all..at reasonable -\ HOME: 3 BR: 1 BA with large Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB-
price.Please cal 964-6362,early. ,yard. $350/Mo. Thornton & Associates LING.17
morning, .law evening: 12 ,Joy Thornton Broker,964-4223. LONELY? Try telephone romance the !
WHEELCHAIR,WALKER,both$85. Call 13' Christian wayl! Meet people 24 hrs. a
084-5118. 12' ONE'BEDROOM HOUSE: Furnished. day. AD ages. 'It's so easy. Call 1- T.H.E.APARTMENTS
BEACHCOMBER RV RESORT MEMBERSHIP Corner N.E. 10th St Road 16 East 000-346-MEET. only $1.95I1rst minute .

In St. Augustine. Paid 'Call 964-7625. 13 /.09 thereafter. 17
$5900 wIN take 3000. Excellent HOUSE'TO COUPLE OR SINGLE PER- CUT YOUR BILLS IN HALF:Over.000

campln .Aftar 5:30: Dm.can 964-7354., SON:For.more. Information. ,call 964- pointers covering 25 areas; housing
TWO 350-4 BOLT MAIN STD. BORE" '7872.13MISCELLANEOUS automobiles, furniture, clothing, 922 E. Brownlee St.

Chevy blocks.One has piston Extra. medical groceries, etc. GUARAN- Camp Dlandlntf[ Rd. TO HOW o
parts. $150 for both or $100 each. TEED. Details 24 hr. message 214- Starke.,FL 32091
OBO. 034-4539. 12. 601-2646 Ext 35. 17
I960 CHEVY TRUCK, automatic. $950; WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CLASSIFIED WE CLEAN HOUSES,Reasonable rates. 964-7133 o
Kina size water bed$1 50.044-3728. AD TO REACH READERS ALLOVER No house too small or too big. Call THINGSYOUCAN
-FLORIDA? With ,the Florida Classified 064-2881 or 964-9507. 17 2 & 3 BR family oriented, with GET
MOVING SALE 3' alum. door ,'
: canopy
$35 tables, weights, golf dub; fc*. : Ad.Network we can deliver your BABYSITTING IN MY HOME: Infant to laundry&: large playground.
; message to over 1.000,000 people toddler. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. No week- THEo
let $100; V wicker etagere.-$25. for$125 (less than $.0002/person). ends. Call Shelly 064-7322. FREE Electricity first month. IN
wheelbarrow $30; 5-drawer chest Call this newspaper's classified department 17LIGHT Rent 30% of your monthly Income 0
$65; 4'xff oak panel $5; wedding ad If you quality. o 0I
today. WORK
to place BULLDOZER Need dirt
your : .
t blue velvet swivel If 4)3.35 hr.. 40 hr .
gown M. $30; you earn per: a
chair $125; rot chair $85; sleep spread? Lots cleared fence row week& have 3 dependents your
pushed For free estimates.Give us a rent would be about$1 12 monthor
chair $30. 084-4182. 12 18N.Food a
SOFA AND LOVE SEAT: Sturdy Colonial Stores call at 9644908. anytime. 17 83.73 per day for day left In the I I CtASS\flEOS\ I II

tying..brown plaid with dark pine. LAWN trim SERVICE hedges: Let us weed-eat trim your grass where. .month.Qualified for move-In after the first

rim $75. 473-4442. 12 '. Wheref.People Make It Happen your Single Accepted. I
Cold- needed,well do landscape work.Trim ove-tn coat can be a* low a*
REFRIGERATOR: 16 cu. ft Sear Now accepting, applications for o '
.tree or remove. No)job too small. So 10.00 Law 1 I
pot Whit,$100. 909 N.Thompson & Asst. Manager
Manager. : =
us a can at 064-4908 and give See.8 o '
Sl 12 Trainees, ,Salea Clerks. "Full or Bad a break. 17 tEl Rent far 30 m
WASHER DRYER:Almond color.$2005t Part Time"All Shifts ofYourlncotn.
for both. Call 064-5872. 12 Benefits:., Profit sharing pension Equal Housing IfYouQuallfu{ [
WHITE OAK DINING ROOM TABLE with plan paid vacation sick leave and ;
4 chair, $200; Two bar stools, $75 credit union. Health Insurance -

1tr1V.|pair.on boa 084-4402.VCR wild 8$100 pm.teat 12;stereo.. $150.$100.12 fall 96*ft:. take available.Lake Butler.City Stores Worthington for applications Springs DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY Increase your r.p.m. I

161 SQUARE WOODEN BUILDING with. qualifications I (responses per message)
three window $650. 0- Tibia saw, REFERENCES REQUIRED \ GOULDS:

$375. 964-7629.-- -- 12 (Wi1'ter'' with a well-placed ad today! I'

',SYtems: :
.J, Let Us Put Your Message In

Sales & Service On All Makes

CR229 !"N.W. 28th St. a Starke a 964-6133 Pump 6,000 Homes in Bradford County, :

Residential Well Drilling& IrrigationLie- 2,400 Homes in Keystone Heights,

I 1305 Homes in Union CountyFor
964-7061 864 N. Temple Are., Starke 1,800

Eves ft Weekends: 964-7578

1m I JANE S. USHER'Your A heat pump only $3.50 for 1st 15 words and

additional word.
Union County Realtor 150 ..

MISffvtrmr lake Butler----take City will feelcomfortable =
tsrttutfftvff 496-2126 or 755-3500 anyone o We guarantee that your phone will

.- AND & to HWf'f u" than'2 yri- old.I Owner, i/'w Li ring. Call
motivated.5'CsWSaai2 *' Central ht'and, air. Pricen.pottable. t
I ..- r
eel ACRE I ACR11S. 3 ,... 4 A BACIIIS s ACItS 7 ACM. with
PATCH.Owner will finance with$SOO down and II 30 per month bated on

.1 ecre price. Down payment mor.'detal/end monthly Information.K payment*.dlxounted for more -......., ......: 964-6305 473-2210 496-2261

ocfeenepurchoieH. Call for fay th.7tn XL 1200 bet........ Gail
>* aNT O. IAII. with owner financing available. 2-Story houM 2 Ito bound to DI'IIWI..Ion..1ln1. Sylvia Betty
blocks frets Main It..... fcelftu of comfort. Because the xr;
f 8R AND N' rent TFi 0 R ,,,NClNOI I 1200\\UathertjDn bat radwlw amnuhduitrt: par
'P ......,,;Iy with' n. r edW!'2OJOO.o.m.r (IJ ddd6! Hinted imnmnty en both theAbelprartducs cod.plus fan on puts. And
hoV* repolr UM untfs super hlfli! your(nonjustfe: sUrar kmtC.0
Coil for more Inror-tton. financed tods;tar agrs oIcIaJIt 011 the&1200le I pwaP TTnsiKlntssT( lltEie. .Serving you for 110 years

I lATH .IIAMI KOMI Owner at 10% Interest.mnimlMUdroom. .
1 bath brick house Include central I heat and air

Appliances' echo .large let. Near ho.pltal. Call Jane S. Usher.,496.2126.
7&& MO or 1-100-729-4736. Air Conditioning Contractors'CACoI7828 UNION COUNTY TIMES
.tALL-w.4962126 Day:or MS-0300 Nights s.rtlas Bradford County and 964-8025 LAKE REGION MONITORJ
x ,. unoundlng' counties for over 18 yan

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I News Briefs &;l;

: Recent Arrests David Marion Morrison was ar- Feb. 26 Accident F4tttet.aL

''I'i In Bradford County rested March 3 for NVDL (more Sends Two To HospitalA
than four months), Recording to
I The following arrests were made Patrolman Gordon Smith. He was 16-year-Gd Starke driver was
by local law enforcement in Bradford released after a $250 cash bond was charged with falling to yield turning
County. posted. left in an early morning accident on
SR-16 west of Starke.
George F. Prevail, 34, of Hampton Walter Joseph Hewitt 48, was arrested Cynthia Marie Quinn, driving a
was arrested March 1 for disorderly for driving while licence 1975 Chevrolet eastbound on SR-16, F
t v
conduct, according to Chief Deputy suspended (DWLS), according to attempted aleit turn into the Handy .. : y
Patrolman William Brown. Bond
Pat Henry. Bond was set at $250, he Way in front of a westbound 1986
released was set at $120.25. Hewitt was additionally Nissan pickup
was on his own according to Trooper
recognizance.Keith charged on warrants from D. C. Roberts. The pickup was too --
West Palm Beach and Osecola Co. close to avoid( a collision and struck '5

Leroy Jones 29, was arrested He was released on his own the Corvette in the passenger's door. rc
March 1 on violation of proba- recognizance on the traffic charge said Roberts. 1

tion burglary of structure, posses- Don Otis Staph, 28, of Clay countywas Driver of the pickup Bryce Titus, ,
sion of burglary tools and petit theft arrested March 1 for DWLS,ac- 40, was takn to Alachua suffering -
and burglary of a structure according cording to Trooper D. C. Roberts. multiple trauma, according to 1' .,:
to Lt. David Aderholt. Jones remains Staph was additionally charged with Paramedics Bill O'Neal Dan Cud- .L
I in custody. violation of probation burglary from dington Nelson Green and Dana
t' i
a Clay warrant. Whittaker.Quinn was taken to Bradford -
Keith McCoy Jones was charged Hospital with multiple lacerations
I additionally on a capias with bond Marian (Mary Ann) McRae, 41 and abrasions.

I set at $5,000. He remains in custody. was arrested March 1 for violation oi Both Drivers ChargedIn

I probation NVDL, disorderly con d ti4 R b
Gordon Wayne Baker 26, of duct, according to Chief Deputy Minor AccidentA 1 s-

Lawtey was arrested March 3 for Henry. Bond was set at$250 she was minor accident Friday noon on
battery, according to Deputy Ron released to Clay County.Gainesville US-301 resulted In both drivers being I i
Roberts. Baker Is charged with Woman charged. ci') : I II
I striking Morris Carter Jr. with a Edna Theola Tucker driving a ,
billy club. He was released after a Found In Car 1984 Mercury and Chuck A. Lawson. I

$500 surety bond was post td. Apparent VictimOf driving a 1979 GMC van, were south- -'" -

Sharon Carter, 20, was arrested A Heart AttackA Patrolman bound on Cheryl US-301,Belcher.according Tucker to BUS Majorettes Receive Superior... '

March 2 on a capias charging wor- proceeded to change l lanes, striking The Bradford High School Majorette received superior rating<<, the highest ranking possible, for their performance )

thless check, according to Deputy found 72-year-old in her car Gainesville in a ditch on woman NE 12, the van. She was at fault for failing the District Four Florida Band Matter Solo and Ensemble Festival held at he Vnlvcnlty,..... Feb. 1617. The I

Kinard Perry. She was released Avenue east of Starke Sunday after to yield right of way. Lawson of group Instractesl by Tammy McCornkk. Is now preparing for the Florida Band Marten. Concert Festival Match 10. :

after a $75 cash bond was posted. noon was the apparent victim of a Orange while Park license was charged with driving The majorette* are, from lefts front row Allison Archey.: Cant. Christina Bath.Dedo..... Second row .Janice Davis,
heart attack. suspended. He was Brand William, Deena Parker Meting Smith Misty Crawford. I
I Connie Christine Woods, 31, of Col- Bernadette Labby had just left her after a $215.25 surety bond .
umbia was arrested March 1 for daughter's home on Ricks Road was posted. 1 --r- qsoww 4 r. ,1r: --- 7'1'-
eight counts violation of probation Divorces GrantedIn t J- -t4 95 tt rS L. t
I March 4 to return to Gainesville. Her '
I according to Deputy Jason Bennett. car was seen by neighbors who call- .;, i ft g,: r t' +ry1B
Woods was ordered to report to Tri ed for Rescue. According to Bradford CountyThe :i aat4ts8" .+ I

I County Probation and start $100 Paramedics Dan Cuddington. following marriages were t : L :
monthly payments April 1. Nelson Green and Dana Whittaker dissolved during the month of I

there was no pulse or respiration at February in Bradford County.
George William Cardin 62, was the scene but attempts were made to I r
arrested March 1 for lewd assault revive her. Labby was transportedto Leonard E. Endicott & Carolyn H. r3Cfr tl '
upon a child under 12 years of age, Bradford Hospital where she was Endicott.
I according to Lt. Aderholt. The alleged pronounced dead.According Ralph Edward Pons & Linda Lee
offense occurred Feb. 24 upon a to Trooper Donald Baxley Pons.Richard :
friend's child. He was released on Dean there was no damage to the J, dance & Ronda S. k1 :
I his own recognizance. vehicle which had just drifted off the Clance.
roadway. Craig Howard & Judith Howard.

I William Noel Addison was addi- Buddy Dallas Collinsworth & ,w---' fwn 1C -_ .
tionally charged on a warrant with Lawtey Man Found Roberta Lynn Collinsworth.
bond set at $5,000, he remains in Dead In His HomeA Johnny C. Whaley &: Jill L. Hampton Straight A', for second six weeks...
I custody. W Fourty-four Hampton Elementary School Student earned straight A's for the secon J... week grading period.They
44-year-old Lawtey man was Joseph B. Benedict &: Cynthia are
found dead Sunday evening in his
Dorothy Dyck was charged on a home victim of suicide. Benedict. Row 11 (right. left) Eric Carroll, Brian Saxon,Joseph au..... Reoaa.../., Stepaala Acres Karl Lynn: Hawkins,
apparent John Thomas Cadden Luana
her until &
April capias 12, to pay case$101.25.was continued Mark Gerald Griffis of Eunice Layne Cadden. Bryan Meng, John Miller,Crystal Ramsey Joshua-, ,Jennifer Frees, .Jamie Mcdellan. CUrlene (]Ulna. Michael

Road was found by his brother at Daniel J. Griffis & Katherine Floyd and Emily C net.
Traffic 7:30: p.m. when the brother went to Baker Griffis. Row 2s (right to left) Brian Mcdellan,Christina Meng,Chad Rhoden.Rachel ......Joshoa Meng. Brian Lett, Paul

David Strickland, of Keystone check on him. A disconnected hose Alan I. Ashline& Michele Hedding T ra..Christopher Schmidt, Brad MUM, Tyler Oadwell. Mandy Heine,N1U1 Baker,Nena Contois, Detrta Ford and
from heater had filled the
a gas Ashline. Allshla Hayes. ,
Heights was arrested March 4 for no
valid driver's license (NVDL), according house Lt. David with Aderholt.A gas fumes. according to Donald Mark Hodges & Sharon G. Row Si (right to left)Jason Lovell, Joey Howe;, Marcus Atfron, day Archey.Vicki Ihrtto,Peter Knapp, Amanda

to Patrolman W. S. Allen. Hodges. Rowland, Amanda Meng, Hope Archey, Alex Klrchalne: Usa McOdlan, Jam McOUough
from the medical examiner Glenn Edward Griffis &
report Paula
He was released after a $250 surety Not pictured Paul Jones, Melody Barr
is expected later this week McKinney Griffis.
I bond was posted. ,
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Complete with hoadborad and frame. water bed with vibrator. 90% wav- p.m. Saturday night at 7 p.m.
$300. 473-7030. 1 tpd3/8 eless; microwave furniture clothes, American Legion Highwoy 21 N. .
misc. After 6 p.m., Call 4737742. Stpd-28/329< 'V t
7DINING YARD WORK-Blowlno. raking light hauling :d} rip
ROOM SET. 1926 ThomasvUle. odd |obs. 473-4055. 4tchg2-22/3-15 .T. ......_ t '/f. __"

I IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call china closet, buffet,tables and chair, SEWING MACHINE-Not working' Don't Hampton Strlaght A's for the 3rd six weeks...
Dean Weaver Watson Realty Corp. brass baker's rack, oaK bedroom set, panic. Call Swindell 4737862. Work .
REALTORS. 473-4816 or 4752272. captain's bed Beatle records and guoranta<
6mocrg-11-30-5-30 lots of misc. After 6 p.m.. Call 473- 4tchg3-1-22 am
PART-TIME-Or lull-time, experienced 7742. 12 ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quallty work at Row li (right to left) Charlene Clifton,Emily Cenest. Christina Meng, Rachael Smith.Terry Crawf.....Brad Muse,

hairdresser. Call Debbie or Joyce. NORMAN ROCKWELL plates 1978 edition reasonable rates. Call George at Brian Loft Joshua Men<<, Joshua Hodges, Paul Turner, Chris Darga, Juston Hart and Brand Catlin. .

4734940. 3tchg2-22/3-l-9 7742., $30 12 each.After 6 p,m., Call 473- 4tchg3/B-475-2977 15-22.29 or 473-3480 (home). Row 2i right to left)Jason Lovell Pat Flanagan, Mandy Henle,Nena .....w.. Debit Ford, Harass Affron Nlkkl

Baker Hanna Ford,Vkkl Hutto Pater ,' Amanda Rowland Archay and Jason
SATELLITE SYSTEM-Repossessed due to HORSEBACK! KIDINO-le>*ons-$8/hr, or Clay Archey KnIpp Hope McCulloagh.
NOTICE divorce-still under warranty. Nothing will exercise your Not pictured Jeremy Gates, Melody Barr.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b. ..ubmill.d down. $39/mo. 12721031. horse-$67hr.47331S9. 1tpd38BABYSITTINGChristian {
to the Lake Region Monitor office 4tchg381522.29 mother will MOBILE HOMES
In writing and paid In advance SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIke new, 6 mo. old keep your children In my home. Espatience

with unless this credit office.MONITOR .I I. alr.ady established w/scrombler. Nothing down. S49ma.12721018.4Ichg3B152229 ARTS end 475-5302.and 2tcho3/8.13 references. available.Call .. [ Union County Area Ads] FOR SALE

1..3 FLEETWOOD-14x70 CRAFTSClosesWtdn.sdoys.Preschoolsrs. LOWEST DOWN
CH/A, $2000 10 a.m.-11 a.m. School homes five down. 14'
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 2BR/2BA down assume new percent
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER payments $180.74. Call after 6 age, 3:45: p.",+.4:45: p.m. For more information wldas start at $500 down. doubl.wld.s': ]
THE TELEPHONE. weekdays. 473-0621. 2tpd3-8-15 call 473.3321.2tpd3.8-15 at $800 down. Call 755-5115. Circle B ,
TRACTOR tVORK-Bushhogglng bock HELP WANTED Homes, Lake City Fl.
Classified deadline is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday FOR SALE I
blade and disking $23.00 hour, '
p.r BEDROOMS Big 1990 28'x70 with
prior to Thursday's publication. HOMES FOR SALE free .,, ''mat... 473-4849. plywood floors, wood siding shingle
Minimum charge I I.$3.50 for 15 words,
then 15 c.nt.lor each additional word.If 4tchg3-B-13.22.39 1 DRAWTITE HITCH for full size truck. ATTENTION-HIRING Government jobs roof plus tree delivery and sot-up. .,,1 I
bills are mailed out Ih.,.. will be a ASSUME LARGE VA MTG-on this cute asa ADULT CAJtE-State licensed., laundry, $80. call Jason at 9648791. Hn. your area. $17,840-$69,483. Call $290 per month. Call 753-3114. Circle B '
$3.00 billing charge.Mailing button 2BR home In the heart of housekeeping, excellent meals. Two 10 PC. PITT GROUPnever used 'over 1-602-838-8885. Ext. R9127 3tpd. 3/1 Homes, lake City Fl.
address: P.O. Box 1171, keystone Heights lake Geneva access openings available' April 1, McRa $1800 value, sacrifice $695. 4962934. 38.322.ATTENTIONS. BANK REPOS 983's and up.
on. block. Call Sue Still 473-0723 EARN MONEY TYPING AT Doublowldes. dawn.
Keystone Hts., FL 32656 Retirement Home. 473-2881 2tchrg. 222322. $1,000 i
Redfeorn Richardson Realty 4731136. 4lcho>8-1*22-29 PROM GOWN (SIZE 4)) and all accessoriesworn HOMEI 32.000/yr Income potential. Singlewldes $500 down. Everyone can
4tchg2/22-3/15 JACKIE'S CLEANINO-Servlce.' Home or once$125.. Call 496-2253 after Details, '1-602-838-8885. Ext. R9127. buy.' Bad credit or no credit. Coll
Office. Reasonable' ..al.... Light or 6:00: p.m. Itpd. 3/8. EXCELLENT PART TIME OPPORTUNITY 755-5114. Circle 8 Home, lake
ANIMALS heavy cleaning. Phone 473.7912. REFRIGERATOR WASHER DRYER a ELECTRIC Rural Paper Route collections to carrier 1990 DOUBLEWIDE 24'x44' Tree
WANT TO TRADE 4tchg3-6-15-22-24 STOVE also appliance repairs, call plus generous subsidy. $10.000 accident bedroom 2 bath wood siding shingle
4962090. 2tpd. 3/8 3/15. policyReliable transportation roof plus free delivery and set-up.
I9S1 FORD MUSTAMO-3-Spoed good FREE-Muscovy Ducks-Phone 4733159. FLOOR SAGQIN.DOOR MALI DONKEY 3 yrs. old. $100. Call needed. Prefer vets a semi-retired. 14995. Call 7555114. Circle B Homes,
condition for pontoon boat with motor 1tpd2-8 ORAQQIN.HOUSE OUT OF 4963332. Itpd. 3/8. Pick-up point In Lake Butler Call Lake City. Fl.4ds<< 3/1 4tchg. 3/22
In like condition. 4737558. ltchg3-8 FREE TO GOOD HOME: Red Chow an LEVEL?? laRue Leveling Service lor LEOPARD DOGS for working cows hogs, 1-800-443-9493 Galnsvllle Sun Ben 1990 JlX704 bed 2 both free setup and
excellent guard dog.After 6 p.m.,Cab ,aH your foundation repairs" 4737721. or prol. lon. 2. months old $50. Paulson. District Monoger.2tpd. 3/8 del. for only $283 a month. Call Mitch.
473-742. 18 TFN 17 496-1126. 2tcrg. 3/8 3/15. 3/15. Joe or Jim at Uncle roy's Mobile Home
FOR RENT 904. .5197.
furnished 2 3b.droom.I35I50 t I
MOBILE HOMES-Partially or ACRES: 34000. 462-4543 or 496- 1 siding shingle roof, fireplace and much
per month. SR 14 PT. HAftBIS-Float Boat 3505.4 COMPLEX WIDE YARD SALE lake Butler more for only $270 per month. Call
100 from Lake Geneva. Call OWNER-Molrose area. 3.2 acre. w/motor-)330O, 5-secllon SPRINGS PLANTATION
across WORTHINGTON Apts. 1005 S.W. 6th St. Hwy. 121. Sot. Mitch or Joe. Uncle RrVs Mobile
473-7566 or 473-7810. overlooking lake, Large ooks. 16000. "Shorentaster"' moveable dock :. 2 1/2 ACRES. $12.000 or March 10 9 a.m., to 4 p.m.ltpd. 3/8. Homes- 904.364.5197.
4mos.pd/10.26/4/5/90( 475.2733.2Ipd-3.B-15 w/bench-S22XX, "Shoremoster'' Boat $1700 DPmt and assume payment of 1990 lasso 3 bed. 2 bath for only $166 i
IN TOWN-One BR/one B. CH/A HALL LAKE AREA-Beautiful 1 or 2 acre holet-f 1300.Call 4737127. 2tpd3-M 98.4624543 or 496-3505. per month. Call Mitch or Jim at Uncle
$240/mo. $75. deposit. Call 473-4961. parcel homes only section. Ready for ,SAILSOAT-Vlctoria Eighteen. 1979 good CARS AND TRUCKS Roy's Mobile Homes- 904-364-3197.
4tchg3-8-15-22-29 you to build I Priced to sell! Call condition, 3 sails,. looks and sails 9PERSONAL 1990 14 WIDE only $6993 F.O.B. Call Joe
777-1861.2tchg3-14 great $ .OOO. 964-3475. 2tchg3/8-1S SERVICES 77 FORD F-100 Completely' redone. New or Mitch. Uncle Ito '. Mobile Homes
'14 FT. STUMPKHOCMH-33 h.p. electric everything from front to bock and 9043645197.
I start Johnson tilt trailer, swivel seats., under the hood. Call and make an offer t4X44 BED 1 BATH free setup and del.
985 Mlnn Kota Trolling motor 1200. WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- 964-8791 ask for Jason TFN. only $17S per month. Call Mitch. Jim or
Wall and Septic Tank Inc. 34 Inch '
Call 473-7483. 1tpd3-8 man Joe. Uncle Roy Mobile Homes
wells. OMC PICK-UP TRUCK'TON 1 owner, excellent
water Pumpssales service
Florida Classified Ad Network spoliation, septic tanks, lift stations- condition p/s, p/b cruise, 904-364-3197. 4Khrg. 3/8,3/29. ,
New. Installation drelnfleld repairs. auto diesel 6.2 liter, 30.500 miles-
Only the sun covers Florida better. AID SALES Contact Bryan (Skeeter) $3900. Brolller. 4962976. Itpd. 3/8. FOR RENT
Jones-275-2004- Jones- 275-2716.
NEED TO HAVE yard sole but don'twant After 6 p.m.* State licensed- work $Government IOO.Cewvett..Chevy..rOnKhea.ondoth.r Seized Vehicles from tr.CIlXTIIA CLEAN 2 br, mobile home
the haesls" Call us at the PACK free estimates. 1/25 Stpd.
confiscated for Info also 3 br mobile I home for rent near
RAT. Get rid of It all at for fair 2/22 then/ tfn properties
one a
call. 1-613-779-7111 Ext. HI80. : schools, water and sewer furnished.Call .
prIce; 473-213 for appointment.3teHo2il.2231 Will BABYSIT IN MY HOME anytime. For 3/8. Itpd. after 6:00'p.m. 4962020. Itchrg.
more Information call 4311268. 2tchrg.
; MOVING SALI-Fumlture. clothing odds, 311. 3/S. NOTICE
iri.C end ends.7236 Caillne Road. Saturday PULL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock, light REAL ESTATENEW

and Sunday 1O-5. Call .473-2951 poles, wells or package deals. Culverts .
ItchgS-B a dozier. work. Call 275-2268. 7 o.m.-7 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should. be subfVntt9Q
273-2197. after 7 3/1, to the Union Couttty Times. office
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS-Paln, tools, books, p.m. p.m. Mtpd.
misc. Cargo Way-dead end. Friday and 3/31. BLOCK HOME plus 2 acres. Also 12. In writing end! paid In edvance unless
Saturday all lkhfi3-8 t 3 acre lots. Call J.J. Parrl.h at credit. la already ...tobll.heeIwith this
lie WINOSUftFEE-Oween-sIx day. waveless' NETTLES TREE SERVICE::AD types tree 496-3OS3. after S p.m. 4tpd. 3/8. 3/29 office.
Ask your classified ad representative waterbed, misc.. bake sole. Follow work. 496-1326. tin 17 > BR, f BA BRICK HOME CHA, double THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT 81 HELD
how ad reach over 1,000,000" signs trern. Millers 7488 ParadiseDrive. carport above ground pool w/50 acres ISPONSIBU "FOR MISTAKES IN
your of land. Will sell home and 2 or mare OASSIFVJDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
people for as little as $125. Friday and Saturday.tpd3-. acres separately. Call 7529473. 2tpd. THE T .1Pt4ON[.
3/8 3/15. do.srtlad deadline Is MONDAY P.M.,
Florida Classified Ad Network... prior to Thursday publication.

it's fast and effective. WANTED Minimum charge to 15 wards for'$ .50.
inexpensive, then IS cents for each word thereafter
USDA-ASCS now bids thru
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Call this newspaper about it, today! NEEDED DAYCARE HOMES IN UNION March for aerial'observation 'flights 'In
COUNTY Must be licensed. For more Into northeast Florida. For further Mormatk -
964-6305 Sylvia contact Suwannee Valley 4-cs at >fl.call 496-3661 or writ.to 23 N.E,1st
The young ef rabbits are known a. kita or kittens. 18005425456. 3tchg. 2/22. 3/1 3/8. St.. lake Butler. Ft,32034. ItpcPage /.


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Commodities Set

For Mar.12-23 Looking?

Suwannee River Economic Council L
Inc. announces the distributionof Check the Classifieds
USDA commodities. You qualify
to receive commodities If. you V '
receive food stamps (required: letter
of decision;or receive AFDC(required
: Medicaid card), or receive E
SSI(required: Medicaid card) or rn 1s.
SRE1C.meet Income guidelines supplied 1 by

Commodities must be picked up
only a the site designated.You must
present current card to receive com- People Keep
modities. You' or either of two ,
designated alternates may pick up Back
the commodities. Coming
Certification recertification, or
replacement of a lost card will be Why?
done at the outreach center.
Price andService
USDA's Emergency Food

', .. ,.. ....... Assistance program is available to
i eligible recipients regardless of
:, race,color,national origin,age,sex,
-- --,-'_. R, -' ,,' '--- handicap.. Come &: SeeROTATE
BUS Jazz Dancer Receive Superior... e
the District Four FlorIda Distribution and sites are March
fund Masters Wo and "..MFUral heM at the University ol Florida Feb.117
12 through March 23, 134 E. South
tile Bradford
Pen ;!! HIp Jazz Dancers a superior score for their performance.The Jazz Dancer,who like the Street (Outreach Center), Starke. 9
Majorettes received superior wore Jut year at.u.trlctee.c., are now preparing for the District Foe Florida Band a.m.to 4 p.m.
Muten Concert Festival to be held this weekend.Donna Parado la the instructor for the Jazz Dancers.: BRAKE SERVICE & BALANCE
The Dance Please bring a bag or box in which .
Jags are.r..lel front
row Carla StepllTlaJuaDa Jone.Second Car Ana Replace pads or shoes;
row Co-Capt. -Barber to place commodities. Butter, flour, TIRES
J-rta..Capt.Renee McCarthy,8lMr.Browu.Melinda Ramsey Ucee Jo"TIdroII'OW-Michelle Brown Vera Smith peanut butter, vegetarian beans, resurface drums or rotors; $5 495
AmIe Cr011.Jennifer Co- pack bearings; bleed&
Reba Hooper,LaUnya Mitchell.Not pictured are Ttuhina Vanzant and Palrbe Smith.AntiqueCollectible pork are this months commodities. road-test most American :
&truck Metallic parts extra Front or $1600
Show ; HYPNOSIS ) when required. Rear


STOP SMOKING Walk cut non-imoker. No withdrawal weight gain or Includes set caster camber lit
Bradford substitutions You learn the key to relaxation. toe In to mfrs. specs. Inspect '
FairgroundsThe LOSE WEIGHT This Is not another diet but a change of self-Image for a steady suspension&steering system. $1495
and consistent loss without gaining It back. For most American cars. !
We offer and loss for the cost that most Front wheel drive and Chevette purchase of .
Eighth Annual Antique and day night March IS, with The stop smoking weight together r. ,
Collectible Show and Sale will bring Preview Sale from 5-8 The hypnotists offer just for one therapy. If you have ono or both bad habits attend this vehicles extra. Parts extra. tires .
the best of something old and p.m. meeting No more excuses because hypnosis works! Let us show you howl
Preview Sale, which is open to the
something new to the Bradford public allows dealers to view items FEE$60 Includes a reinforcement cassette. Clinics held In over 300 Midwestern TRUCK TIRES USA
County Fairgrounds March 15-18. for sale without their cities and endorsed by hospitals,corporations and Insurance companies. No GRAN PRIX
Interrupting RVS
Each year the show signals spring shop hours. pro-registration Directional Consulting((218))385-3404 .
with a gathering some of Florida's The 7PM March 14 MOUNTED AND
show begins Friday, March Wednesday, Smoking 31X1O.5O 15LT $71.00
finest antique and collectible ex18, and continues through March 18. BRADFORD FAMILY REST. 31X11.5O 15 LT $78.00 EXTRACCZIARGE
hibitors. The annual show
Show hours are 10 a.m. .m. FRIED CHICKEN FACTORY STARKE
people from around the country as March 16 and 17. Sunday Marc 18, rHrnalonill'ContuHlnfl ln ttlul....l ttflhH_..-.PI 3.Bo 123.New Yofk MHH MM S6M7COUPON 33X12.50 15 $90.00
well as around the state. hours are from noon until bp.m.
"Last year we had people from 60 The show has become well known ; _
different counties in Florida and for its"Kountry Kitchen,"and lunch GLASS BELTED
about 16 different states," Evelyn will be served on all three days of the P15S-80R13 37.00 531.OO
Griffis of the Woman's Club of show with a different menu offered i li'y: GUARANTEED TRANSMISSION i P175-8OR13 Ul.OO 33.00
Starke said. "The dealers think our each day.Sunday's Chicken Tetraz- P19575Rl444.00
show is one of the best they ever zlne has become the highlight of the I AND GENERAL REPAIR P20575Rl448.00 37.OO39.OO
come to. show's lunches. Sandwiches, soup
The show's exhibitors have con- chill and hamburgers and Coke will I Across from Merchants & Southern Bank Keystone Heights, FL i P215-75R15 50.00 41.00
tined to reserve their booth space also be on sale during show hours. P235-75R15 52.00 45.00
from year to year, and this year The Strawberry Boutique and the O 473-9543
space has been provided for five adDessert Booth will offer specialties SPECIAL i Conditioning(
ditlonal booths. The new exhibitors made by Woman's Club members to I 8Transmission Point iB 1 $ 95
are The Dove Antiques, Shore Antisatisfy every sweet tooth. These FREE TOWING .. Service':ISpecial, 6
ques, Adele Rizk,Gerald D.Grooms specialties Include candies, cookies, I Check WITH MAJOR i ; Plus Freon
and .W.Athey. cheesecakes and the always delectable -
All of the shows items are for sale Strawberry Shortcake. .Change Fluid,Replace or Clean Filter,Adjust Bands, REPAIR
Including figurines, costume Tickets for the show are$1 in ad- Check S Check U Joints Check CV Joints, i CORBETT'STire
Jewelry, country items, tin ware, vance and$2 at the door.The tickets, Check Adjust Linkage, Road Test Performance
baskets quilts! china, mirrors, which are good for every day of the i & Service
clocks, furniture, books and dolls. show,entitle holders to a chance at a i $1 995 ;.. .
". daily door prize and a drawing for i U.S. 301 Temple Ave. StarkeSTAINMASTER
And for those interested In.fi'I'ork'the' grjuad prize of'lop to be awarded 4 O_ ..
"I .
r log and renewing alffi'que-rumfture 4 p.m. On the last day of the show. ((Only;; Valid With Coupon) Visa& Mastercard.1 ;.. gE)4=6'436" VISA
and not-so-antique furniture there Tickets are available at Mitchells, Iir I_I_I_I_I COUPON I_I_I_l atal l
will be a booth which will provide In- Stumps and Chastalns.
formation on the techniques of fur.For the last seven year's this has
niture restoration. been a very 'successful show,"
The show will be kicked off Thurs Evelyn Griffis said.

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Chrsler gord'oVa $995

6 C I.. AT. ps, PO, AC, '3189 I

83 Chevette $9'95 .
4 Cyl.. 5 Speed. AC #3187 '

79 Chev Caprice $795
VS. AT. PS, PB. AC. #3175 CARPET --

80 Pontiac Grand Prix: $1295
VS. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3095 Sculptured t -

if'iI W t! fp; fR>W EKt or Plush. $1 O. =

81 Ford Fairmont $1495
sq.yd. installed
6 Cyl.. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3199

71 Chev'P/U $895 i "\ =

VS. AT. PS.'PB. #3156

79 Olds Cutlass $1495 r

V6. AT. PS PB. AC #3141 2 Piece -4i V

76 Buick Century $1295 MAT :> ': .',
V8.. AT, PS. PB. AC #3085 1-- ..,

S'80 ,Ford"" DO Fairmont N. S/W fS4Q PER$2495!WEEK COORDINATES$1995Gtos I 9 : i-

6 Cyl.. AT. PSt PB. AC. #3195

81 Cougar 1695' ARTIFICIAL j '
8 Cyl.. AT, PS PB. AC. #3195 : r- -

82 Buick Regal $2695 Scuff Resistant TURF
8 C I.. AT PSt PO AC .3163

83 Nirfsan Pulsar $2495 VINYL Boat Docks

4 Cyl.. Sp., AC.3017 Patios -

W" '4' A:PEK" WEEK' 1 $9 : 1dmin.

83 Honda Civic $2995 installed $299 "F
4 Cyl.5 Sp.. AC. 3185 15

82 Chev Monte Carlo: $2895 yards

,V6. AT. PS. PB. AC. #3203

83 Ford Escort. $2895>

4 Cyl.. AT AC. 3194____

78 Celica $2695
4 Toyota! #3184

83 Dodge Aries. $2995 TEAL TILE & CARPET
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1I Both oar and mrs. Strike: nave Both are also avid painters The
a many other Interests including con walls of their apartment are filled
Hall Carver to Headline servation of natural resources.They with their art work which Includes
are members of several environmental still life and nature scenes. Retire-
groups including the ment has not left the two with too
; March 16-17 Jefferson 1 t Sierra Club and the Wildlife Society. much time on their hands.
I Mrs. Strike is now involved in a wild "Ther.may be a lot of bad things
; bird study project for, Cornell about retirement,but you can't beat
University.; the hours," Strike said. __
i Meeting on Constitution '-

Get '
r Classifieds Results
Kermit L. Hall, professor of political science since 1983. Prior to
history ana affiliate professor of law being named to her current position,
at the University of Florida, and she served as chairman for Jackson
Joan S.Carver,professor of political ville University's Division of Social FOREMOST <,lPaiCE.WiSE Sale
science and dean of the College of Sciences.
Arts and Sciences at Jacksonville Carver's Impressive list of e. Liquor Starts Prices
University headline the Bradford publications includes 10 articles and combine to bring you
County Jefferson Meeting on the several books reviews. Start
Constitution scheduled for March She received her Ph.D. from the LOWER PRICES
1S-17 University of Florida in 1965 and
A Jefferson Meeting on the Contaught American government, constitutional -
stitution Is an assembly of citizens of law, local government, IN HOUSE SPECIALS: JHISiWEEK:
and public administration at
a community to examine and '. ,
reasses the institutions of American Jacksonville University from : '" RAYfoAL VSOP NAPOIEAN BRANP7Oi 11:;: 9i

century government under as the we Constitution.Other enter our third 1963-83. speakers scheduled to participate DEWA .WHTE LABEL$ T9f1tft\ <2.:};" 7,99WILDTURKEY1pi ,

Hall has been with UF since 1981, in the Jefferson Meeting are '. !
Augustus S. Burns, Ph.D., 0> ;;'75U1199; ;:
I serving first as associate professor assoc. 'u';' ..(,...v/ ,"
of and affiliate associate proto of history, University of '
history of law before being named professor af Florida; John Dykes, Instructor of i '..._r EARLY tIMES ;':<" ;J;,,75\ } 1L99'FLSSHMAN'S ,'

l filiate professor of law in 1985. His American government and history, Mel Strike and hi*wife,Lori, their retirement at Park of VQDKI
impressive list of publications on the Santa Fe Community College; are enjoying yean ROYAL ( ? t Jii y91igA99>,
subjects of law and politics Includes Joseph B. Mizereck, exec. dir, the Palms In Keystone Height.Both enjoy many lateral*Including nature 5. : ;
two books, five edited books, 32 ar Scholarship Foundation, Inc.; R. eonaervatlon. BACARDI, SILVERRUW, _iGR .8,99.
tides, chapters in books md review Philip Twogood,Ph.D',asst.prof of
I essays, and three television script political science and public administration Volunteer 301 LIQUORS & LOUNGEStarke
preparations. Hall has given 19 University of North

public addresses and lectures rang Florida. -1 1 Mile North of Starke US 301
ing In topic from civil rights to the The Bradford County Jefferson from page IB on
Court. Meeting on the Constitution will be
Hall, who received his M.S.L. an opportunity for Interested Strike said. "It's not like you have Stanwix-Hay pointed out that 20 OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
from Yale University Law School in citizens to discuss, debate and ques them all at the same level. If you people completed the same literacy
1980, served as Associate Professor Lion whether the Constitution is still have 10 people there'" could be 10 course with Strike but Strike Is the GOOD COUNTRY MUSIC
of History at Wayne State University safe-guarding the ideals of justice, brackets of learning. only one who began volunteering at
prior to coming to UF. He is known freedom and representation upon Still Strike said he finds volunteerIn the center."I Fri. Sat. & Sun.Memphis
I nationally as an authority on Conwhich it was founded rewarding. think it's unfortunate that more .
stitutional law. The meeting will be moderated by It's very fulfilling to see people people don't volunteer," she said.
Judge George PierceReservations come In who can hardly read and
I, Carver, one of the first "Eve" for the meeting can then go out reading" Strike said. Volunteering Strike found,can be Band
Award winners for her work In be made by contacting Ronney liar- And, he said, no one needs a more than just personally rewar-
education has been the dean ris at the Bradford High School. All special skill to teach others how to ding. Strike was named Man of the From Gainesville
i Jacksonville University's College of reservations must be made by read."I. Week in Starke a few weeks ago for
Arts and Sciences and'professor of March 12. think anyone who can read and his volunteer work at the center.
have a heart for it can teach," he Return Engagement fRAY

said. Strike's wife, Lori, said she can
. LCS Celebrates Black History Month Jim Ward, vocational director for tell Strike enjoys what he does at the PARRISH BAND
I Bradford County,agrees with Strike center.
Students at Lawtey Community donated and Ronnie and said more volunteers like Strikeare "I think it's good for him to go out March 16 1990
School found themselves in the Belmarez donated corsages strawberries."I needed at the center and other and do those things," she.said ,
I spotlight last week during the thought it was an excellent program area schools. .
"We have tremendous -
a resource
school Black
s History Program.
and an excellent time for the "
I with people who teach reading,
reporter kids to be seen on T.V.," Principal Ward said. "Volunteers are a very
Morgan, who was one of the guest
Buddy Paterson said. "The students APPRECIATION
speakers for the program, aired a important resource, an economical CUSTOMER SALE
clip of and LCS were impressed with the resource a very economical
guest speakers speakers we had." resourra.'I 1
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"It was a nice experience," BUY HERE PAY HERE ,
Virginia Belmarez,vice president of
LCS Student Government, said. "I WE FINANCE $QQOO
Friends got to see on T.V.myself" and some of my 30 Gal. Gas Water Heater

The Black History Program was installed
part of the school's celebration of E-Z WHEELS AUTO SALESEasy ,
Black History Month and focusednot
only on the importance of blacks Deals with E-Z Wheels

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Guest speakers, which included ((904)) 964-7783
Joyce Morgan of WJKS News, Lee TOMMY BRAY 1320 N.Temple Avenue ... .- ., .- .
Taylor, assistant news director for Manager Starke FL 32091 -....
the WOKV radio station, Michelle I
Johnson, copy editor for the Florida SALE
I Times Union, and Charles Griggs, a
graphic artist, stressed the Importance
of reading and staying in GRAND OVER ff T-
school and answered questions from I
the students. After the program,
guest speakers were presented with .
Lawtey strawberries.mugs filled with fresh OPENING : : J

The Black History Program,sponsored I
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ment,included student participationfrom MAR. 3-14 !
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students. Student Government FROM -
members gave speeches on famous
black Americans including Martin SmithTRUSTWORTHY Ducane Boilmaster, and Arkla
Luther King, Jr., Jesse Jackson, Stephen ,
Units Blackwell and Bill Cosby. 11 aflam
Students who participated were: HARDWARE
Shannon Patrick, Student Govern-
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vice president, Joni Griffis ,
secretary Zack Smith, treasurer, 468-2624 Collect Calls Accepted Ranges i4
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Alliance Southeastern will present championship Wrestling Sale : 3:30: Special Full Sizef B t

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Officer Diane Cucciarre. 00
Larry Brisco will battle champion $279 _
Kris Colt for the Florida PEPSI I COKE $279 $350 a _
: Title. Vern "Big V"
Henson 12 Pack
; former Green Bay '
Packer star will fight Nasty Ned in 2 Liter I cans
.a Special Grudge Match. In the QUASAR -
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,Tag Team match The Red Neck and 25" CLOSEOUT ON
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Dynamite Kid. Matches in the same
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against the Super Pro and Bryant $59500 ,
"Bear" Guynn versus Ricky Starr. 1I
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:Cecil Field Hosts I AfMlirdsed! *INSTANT*INANCING* -

Jet Base Tour t

NAS Cecil Field will host a public
1'1' tour of the master jet base Saturday, iB '- -----' k
:March 10, beginning at 10 a.m. '
,I Three one-hour tours are scheduled -
with the last one starting at noon. 6')
1 I 'Each tour Is highlighted by a visit to EZ PAINTR t
the flight line where aircraft from AS &
: Cecil Field the FA-18 Hornet '
and the S-S Viking will beon display.
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Reservations idr'Die lour are re-
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Call 778-606 prior to noon March
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