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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 22, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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MAR 27 1990 PKY UBRARtx I ;

I OF FLA. HISTORYOutside. .. aradfOd

Inside... Count
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High pressure will again dominate Florida's weather.through the Hard N_.. ... .. .... ,. ,1.3A d". .. I,
weekend,continuing the clear skies until about Tuesday March: Idltor/.'.. ,......... ?.,4A SINCE 1879
when a new "Canadian Clipper" may invade our area. It Is too ear Socteli. ... ... ... ... .....5A { If.Jt.'If'lf1IIIIf
I ly to predict if the cold wave will penetrate this far south. Below Church N...... ... ... ..(AUgals I 1 ? /.*
freezing ...... ........ Y ? '
temperatures are predicted for Oklahoma, Texas and 7-11A :( ,0 '' .
Louisiana Sunday and Monday, but is likely to drift northeastward C.ft., .. Ad....... ...S-10A ," I.ttv wMF; 000 ***'If'If'''''' ....
from there. Sports.. . ..... S.1 t,12A r!ij' /, 0 'If'If If
Scattered frost was evident Wednesday morning, and the cold /,)'J,f lJrrtj' r 'r' "I 1f'lfJ//f
wave will continue Thursday, when a warming trend will bring SECTION li 12 Page. 0,:: 1 l 0/ /) oj''F" t4p
temperatures back Into the 80s by the weekend. Family fun P..Nvel.,1.45' 'f..5'(... F /0/I'
Tuesday was the vernal (spring) equinox, the first day of spring, N_ .rf............. ....21Crlm ,I..l.f' (/)R
when the sun crossed the equator about 4 p.m., on its annual trek Now........ ... ..31 {Oq
northward,bringing summertime to the northern hemisphere.Day local'!. .... ..... .. ... 5t.lB ;: :
and night hours are near equal. Sunrise today, Thursday, March 22 Traffic Court ,.,... .... ..7SMs 1.. .
The
was at 6:30: and sunset will be at 6:41: making the daylight hours 12hUrn. Ugly.... ..too.. ......*l Sweetes oj'-'f: ; 11 of Heaven
.....,tu.rl.. ...,,... ... 10.121 lIoth Year S.. Cent Copy

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Worth Rosier Saga Continues; State Att rneFilefor"R.e..b..e..a"'r' .jCn-f! I

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by Buster Rohn
NotingPop BCT Staff Wrllor infringement on the First Amendment'l Telegraph, following Ro ier'a. ap the conclusion of the issue by the Judge Pierce granted all three mo-
Assistant State Attorney Tony freedom of Speech." Furthermore pearance before the grand jury.Tha- grand jury prior to the Incident. tions.

Julian filed a motion for a rehearing Judge Pierce found the state charges that Rosier revealeOU i Attorney Shaw cited a similar Attorney Julian, In his motion fora
Warner Plays... in the State of Florida vs. Marvin E. grand jury session had ended in its Information from a grand jury,after case now being appealed, Smith vs. rehearing,says it is legally correct
Bradford County Pop Rosier, beginning a new chapter in original urpose, although the State being sworn to secrecy Butterworth, which is yet to be to presume the statute Is constitu-
basket ball team will play thee the ongoing saga Friday, March 16. was Attorney still in office session.said the grand jury Rosier the resolved by the U.S.Supreme Court. tional until the decision has been
WQIK Hit Kickers, Thursday, was represented before Shaw says the Florida secrecy reached by the Supreme Court.
March 22 at court by Attorney Gene Shaw, who statute, not found in 37 other
7:30: In the states
Middle School Bradford Ten days earlier Tuesday, March filed three briefs for dismissal, In to Attorney Shaw says he can find no
Gym. Admission. S3. A, Judge George Fierce dismissed The misdemeanor charge against citing vagueness of the charges, (he not regards be enforced grand because juries of its, should record of anyone ever being

Don't MI..... the misdemeanor charges against Rosier was brought in response to unconstitutionally of the charges, In- In conflict with the First Amend being before in Florida, for char
Rosier, finding the charge was "an remarks made to a reporter for The fringing on freedom of speech andhandle ment. grand jury actions. .

Don't miss "Women Training for ..
Tomorrow" seminar, Friday, -
March 23, 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. StarkeWon't
The seminar will be held in the -
Cosmetology Classroom of the .
-
Bradford-Union Vo-tech. IH --' "

Car Wash... .
., .
A PoP Warner car wash Ia ..
scheduled Saturday, March 21, 10
arm to 3 p.m., on the Community Take
State Bank parking lot. .

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Benefit Concert... C .
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A Benefit Concert, "Spring WasteWater
Festival of Song," will be presented

Saturday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m.,
in the BUS Auditorium. Ticketsare
$5 for adults and$2 for
children.
The program is being presentedby
by Buster Rohn
the Guy Andrews minority
ICT Stuff WriterStarke
scholarship committee of Santa Fe
commissioners voted 4-1
Community College, Andrews- I 1iY v Tuesday night March 20 to
r approve
Center, in Starke.. e
Commissioner Ed Wall's motion to
A number of musical will
groups
put the Department of Environmental -
in the
participate
program. Regulation on notice the city will
not waste water from In-
BHS Alumni... accept an
cinerator planned by Thermo En-
The BHS Alumni Association will vironmental Systems, Inc.
hold its regular meeting, Monday, Commissioner Bobby Biggs cast
March 28, in the Western Steer '. the lone dissenting vote.
Steak House Dutch treat dinner at City Attorney Terence Brown call-
6 p.m., followed by the business ed for the Starke Council to put the
meeting at 7 p.m. DER on notice that the city will not
All alumni and friends are in- accept waste water from the propos-
vited. Dale Brown, president. # +' e1K .' ed incinerator in Enterprise Park.
Attorney Brown read from a
U-CAP Meeting... "First Amended Petition for Ad-
-.re ministrative Hearing" in which he
United Citizens Against Pollution
states, "The, DER Permit
is set for March
meeting Monday,
Applicant,Thermo Environmental
26, at 7 at the Union \ ,
p.m. County \ .
Systems, Inc,' rTESIails) to
Courthouse in Lake Butler Installation
-
estimate the emission rate of air toxins -
da. .of .new WIG$r&,nn;.#JMHRr"- Iii, 1+ \. > from the proposacUaclnerator."
The amended petition stabs that

Candidate Visits... 4 air toxics commonly found in
medical
\ 'I wastes are:
Florida Senate President Bob I "F 1M Y .Metals: radium, mercury,
Crawford, (D. Winter Haven) will barium, lead and arsenic.
appear In the Board Room of the Organic compounds: dioxin,
Community State Bank, Tuesday, other halogenated organic com-
March 27, to meet and shake hands pounds and primary chlorine.
with Bradford residents, between Once emission rates of these compounds -
5-6 p.m. 1 are calculated, the impact of
Sen. Crawford Is an announced these.emissions on air quality must
candidate for the Secretary of I ;+ 4r ,. be evaluated.The applicant has Palled -
Agriculture office being vacated by to provide any such calculationsor

Doyle Bradford Conner.County's favorite son, 1 { gi evaluations, the petition states.

Waste Water...
FAD' Meeting... Attorney Brown quoted from the

Families Against Drugs will hold City Code, Chapter 24-44, item 4,
its monthly meeting, Tuesday, t dated April 19, 1988, precluding ash
March 27, at 7:30 p.m., at the Vo- Fun Fest... front being discharged into the city
Tech Center. Interested 4 1 sewer system..
r
are invited. persons > + 120 march again drugs In top tl I f'' + ',4 Ash 4s generated by incineration,
S photo, from city hall to SPCC parking' 'and winds up in waste water through
aw lot An anti-drug rally was part of tha the scrubbers., utilized. to clean up f
Santa Fe Cemetery.. Family Fun Festival. r 'emias ons:. '

The annual election of trustees 1e... Coliton' I.ft, pot a goat 'In tho p % .The code also provides four op
for the Santa Fe Cemetery Association petting zoo.Ashl.y tions concerning the acceptance of
'"
will be held Thursday, March waste water: .'
29, at 7:30: p.m., in the Hampton CIty Brown, right goto a little _ Refuse to accept the waste water.
Hall. holp' from school psychologist Bill Require the applicant to clean up
Brown (no rotation' ) at tho hand painting the water prior to acceptance.
Lawtey Festival... wall.Soo 1 r Require control of quantity and

The Lawtey Community School mcro photo. about fun ".lIv.1
will present its second annual Art, end a story on "... IB and .... (See Water..p.3A) J

Craft and Music Festival, Saturday II
March 31, from 11 ..m. to 2


p.m.A marching.student band.art show jazz,dancers the Lawtey, arts Lavvtev Residents' Complaints Prompt DER Investigation :J

and crafts for sale, and ... .
refreshments are all part of the Brown said she also had concerns surface water. Pabst, who Luebke said Tuesday,March 20,that position is that It should be handled !
festival. Artists from the community -. by Sue Ellen Smith about her drinking water and said he did not believe the substance he had received no complaints about by the county." >
are invited to exhibit their work.If BCT Staff Wr".r'Complalntl wanted the health department to test in the ditches was related to the the substance. Luebke said workers Fitzsimmons said since the com-
Interested, call Mrs. Mallard, her water as well as the substance In quality of resident's drinking water, sent to check the ditches on the plaint came a month after it was
Ph. 782-3639. residents about a rust-colored the ditches around her home. Brown reported the substance instead' to the roads near the plant Tuesday failedto first noticed, the complaint was not
Step-Parenting... sludge-like substance in the ditchesof said her drinking water is so bad she DER. find any sludge-like substance in considered an emergency situation t
their dirt road have led to an in- has been using bottled water since "It looks somebody)Is Illegally the ditches. Bradford County Programs Direc-
A study in "step-parenting" is vestigation by the Department of last summer. Nichols, Brown's next dumping In the road ditch," Pabst "There should be nothing from our tor Darrell O'Neal said, however,
scheduled Monday rII 2,7-0 Environmental Regulation. door neighbor said she has been said. operation off the site," Luebke said. that the county has no one to handle
p.m., in the Starke Elementary boiling her wafer before using It. Pabst said he believed the illegal dumping and must rely on the
School Cafeteria. Melba Johnson. Williene Brown and Eula Nichols, substance to be used motor oil Il- DER.
Brown said at first she did not get
Guidance Counselor. See article in who both live on NE 19th Street just dumped into the ditches. After hearing a description of the
legally DER
a response from the health department District Waste Program Administrator
of limits said the
east
Lawtey city
,
of The area's rural..someone substance Fitzsunmons said the
.B-Section Telegraph. ,
but three weeks ago Ken Mike Fitzsimmons said
Clowns, Clowns... substance both sides of has their been dirt)hi the road ditches for more on Pabst, environmental( health director might think It'.a good" .place to dump at first during an interview last substance did not sound like used
something Illegally. Pabst said. motor oil. The department, he said
of the Health department, went week that the complaint filed by
Clowns, Novelty Acts and Blue than six weeks. The substance, out and took water samples from her Brown and Nichols said they do Pabst Feb. 28 was not the would try to send someone out to in-
high
on
Grass by the Blebs will be part of Brown said, was so bad six weeks well and the wells of her neighbors. not believe the substance in the dit- department's priority list. vestigate the complaint this week.
the Medicine Show Tuesday, April Health called the Bradford County Although Pabst looked at the ches to be motor oil and expressed The substance Fitzsimmons said
3, in the BITS Auditorium, beginn- Department and asked themto sludge-like substance In the ditches, concern that the substance may be "I understand the health depart- could be an Illegally dumpedsubstance
ing at 7:30 p.m.Sponsored look at it. he did not take samples of it coming from the DuPont mining ment knew about it one month or it could be naturally occurring -
by the Starke Police; "I've had my grandchildren out because, he said, the health depart operation located on NE 21st Street before reporting it," Fitzsimmons i
Department, donations S3. here and my dog, and I don't want ment la responsible for testing drink- across the street said -'We don't have the staff to go "It's hard to,say until we get someone
.Umpires Needed.. them In it," Brown said.Kiddie ing water only and Is not equipped to DuPont Plant Manager Don out and look at each complaint. Our out to look at It," he said


Pratt baseball Anyone St.games Center Interested,shoed.Thursday in meet umpiring, March at Park on East C Street Being Built by Kiwanis 'Clubby .

29, at 7 p.m. Also, you may call the
Recreation Department, Ph. Buster Rohn treated timbers, fastened with bolts, being donated by club members. sign. It Isn't Schaefer Park, and building to the Santa Fe Endowment
964-6792 for information. BCT Staff Writer rather than nails. Ground within the Although a number of members are never has been. I do not feel that city Corp.,with only the ground on which
Scorekeepers for baseball and Small children will soon have anew fenced yard will be covered with a working on the project, Denmark parks should be. named for living It sita.
softball are needed, also. park, consisting of a giant five Inch layer of wood shavings, to named John Lewis Leon Dicandio persons." City Surveyor Pat Welch reportedthat
maze, complete with slides cushion falls, although safety .and Wayne Wood as primary contributors Denmark said the Kiwanis Club Andrews wants the city to Include -
Public meetings scheduled In the and other park amenities suitable precautions are built into every to the work force. la to constructother'playgrounds land with the building, I') feeton
coming weeks are: for their, use, on East Call St. aspect of the structure. The park, designed in the city. the north side, that Is, from the
Bradford County School Board Representing the Starke Kiwanis The yard has been fenced, omit- the children In mind, issilocatedtbet- building to the parking lot pave-
meeting set for Monday, March 29, Club, Steve Denmark displayed a ting a gate on Call Street to ween the old Rosenberg Buildingand Rosenberg Building... ment,' to Thompson Street on the
at 7 p.m. in the Administration site plan for city commissioners, preclude youngsters from running the railroad, on property purchased While discussing: the playground west, the railroad on the east and
Building on N. Temple Ave. Tuesday, March 20, and outlined the from the park into the street.The entrance by the city during the Commissioner Bobby Biggs said Call Street on the south which includes -
Bradford County Zoning Board Klwanian's views on construction will be at the north end,adjacent downtown renovation program. Guy Andrews ha.related to him that the Kiddie Park. .
meeting Is set Tuesday March 27', which Is more than half completedalready. to the city parking lot.' A Denmark: said the Kiwanis dub Santa Fe Endowment Corp. is not Mayor Silcox said land on the east
at 7 p.m., in Starke City Hall. Kiwanis workers expect to telephone and water fountain are has already planted shrubbery atone happy with the city's transfer of the side has never been part of the
Starke Zoning Board meeting is complete the project within the next near the gate.Denmark corner and planned to put a signon Rosenberg Building as envisioned Rosenberg property, and be has
set Thursday March, at 7 p.m., 10 days to two weeks. says' construction will "Schaefer Park." by the city council.
In City Hall. Denmark said the maze is being cost the Kiwanis Club approximately Mayor Vernon Silcox replied, Several weeks ago the;city council (See Park..P-xA)
constrtucted of heavy pressure $4,000 for materials,with the work "Don ( ,put Schaefer Park on the agreed to transfer title of the!

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Page2A TELEGRAPH March IZ, 1990 ...... .. .
Castor Welcomes Attention to. Education Problems I

National- momentum exists to which range from $100 to $600 Japan there Is a total lack of com- revenue increases are a corporate
solve the high school drop out rate depending on experience.It will take puters, she said. Income tax and the sales tax, Crady
probably the meet pressing problemIn 1V4 percent to maintain the current What, then accounts for the said.A one-cent increase in sales tax
education today says Commlssioaer schedule In Bradford County. superiority of education in Japan? would ralsel $1.2 billion statewide.
A Betty Castor speaking In Commissioner Castor said she was Japanese parents and families are Crady said. The sales tax on services -
Starke last Thursday night, March shocked to see so many teachers out totally committed to education, Ms. repealed under fire two yean
15. on a school night. "I'm impressed," Castor said.AU Japanese parents attend ago, is still advocated by Rep.Crady
The occasion was the annual she said. parent-teacher meetings. as a major funding source.
legislative dinner held"-in the Na- There are no drop outs. Crady said he sees no chance to
about bow the Ms.CaatorId she will continue to
People are talking
tional Guard Armory On Edwards pass more than a four cents per
performance of educators can be improved work the Lottery Department to
Road. BEA President George on gallon gasoline tax this year. Thatwon't
not Just in Florida, but allover discontinue TV advertisements.
n f Bowen, a teacher at Bradford Mid- come close to providing
the nation, Ms. Castor told the make us look fat and happy
dIe School, was master of "They money for all the state road needs,
'a r ceremonies. Commissioner Castor local educators who came from which we're not. said Ms.Castor. Crady said.
r i several counties. It Is a positivemove Actually lottery funds have
said Bowen helped her campaignand School Board Chairman Jimmy
other been
feels free to telephone her about when politicians join replaced funds that have Scott said educators' should en-
his opinions. educators in seeking a solution to the shifted to other places In the state the legislators to get busy
courage
drop out problem. "We welcome the budget,said Ms. Castor. Rep. Crady and see If they can squeeze out funds
Rep. Chance Irvine, R-Orange analysis' Ms. Castor said. "Self- agreed, but said lottery funds have for education from somewhere. .
Park, and Rep. George Crady, examination Is valuable. If there is saved a fund cut In education. Other Jim Duncan said $29 million
F_ "t'-IC' D-Yulee, also attended the dinner. something that will improve education departments have had cutbacks, in Supt.lottery funds goes to advertising.No .
All three state politicians we welcome it," she said. Rep. Crady said. school district has 18
an percent
Berries for a Politician... lamented the lack of money in the Ms. Castor wants to see testing of there Is a $1.2 billion shortfall, Increase in funding, Duncan said.
Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee, receives a flat of Bradford strawberries state budget presented by Gov. Bob higher standards. Florida policy has meaning state income Is $1.2 billion Ms.Castor said the Department of
from Tommy Balkcom president of the Bradford Senior FFA Chapterand Martinez, but none saw a solution in been to test minimum. standards, less than the money spent Rep. Education is trying to get out of doing
Advisor David Smith. an election year. Only a two percent said said. Crady said. Crady sees nothing to some things,which she
Berries were also given to Education Commissioner Betty Castor and increase for education is included in Speaking about a trip to Japan, keep state finances from going to be turned back to local proposes school
Rep. Chance Irvine, R-Orange Park. the proposed state budget. That will Ms.Castor said the first thing learn- deeper In the hole unless taxes, in districts. Rep. Chance Irvine said
barely maintain the annualst.ep.up ed was that American teachers are some form, are passed to raise addi- she's glad to hear Commissioner
raises in the teacher salary better prepared, and American tional money. Castor is cutting back on state
Parkfrom schedule,a local administrator said, school facilties are far superior. In The two major sources for manadate programs..

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( page 11reservations \)
about including it in the they run the office."
transfer. line.The city will furnish all pipe and That ended the discussion.
City Attorney Terence Brown said fittings. Position Added...
the preferable method of disposing The council approved the recom- Commissioners agreed to hire a
of the building would be for the cityto mendation, with bid opening set for paid employee for janitorial ser-
transfer title to Tallahassee, and Monday, April 16. vices In the city hall after City
for Tallahassee to transfer it to Santa Operations Manager Bill Weldon
Fe Endowment Corp..,eliminating Biggs on O'Neal... said the Department of CorrectionsDOC
the city from liability in event Santa When asked by Mayor Silcox if he ( ) will no longer furnish an in-
Fe does not meet HUD'S re- had anything to report in his area of mate.
quirements for maintenance. concern, Commissioner Biggs said Weldon asked the council to ap-
Welch said he will survey the property he wanted to comment on the prove a paid position for a janitor,
at no cost to the city or school. O'Neal-Carter dispute, referring to Weldon said DOC complained that
comments concerning the operationof inmate janitors were meeting peopleon
Bond Trustees... the zoning office by Commission the parking lot, indicating a lack
City Clerk Linda Wise reportedthat Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr. of supervision.City .
Bond Trustees met and recom- Biggs said, "O'Neal Is a very high Clerk Linda Wise concurred
mended seeking bids for construc- calibre person. I have high regardsfor in requesting a paid employee, say
tion of two sections of water main O'Neal and his work In the Zon- ing inmates have not been satisfactory --- ------ -
Improvement: ing Department." working in the business office. One Killed, One Critical in Wednesday Collision...
1. Edwards Road, from Orange Mayor Silcox said, "The Zoning The entry level position will pay$4
Street to US-301, approximately 640 Director is a county employee, and per hour for the first six months,and The driver of this Lincoln Town Car was killed and a Traffic was held up about cleared an hour while wreckage the Theressa from the
Fire
feet, 8 inch water line. we haven't had anything to do with will increase to $4.50 per hour passenger evacuated by helicopter late yesterday Volunteer Department
2. Alton Road and Butler Road,ap- running the zoning office. We aren'tin thereafter, in keeping with city pay (Wednesday, March 21), after colliding with a semi highway. >
tractor-trailer freight hauler on SR-100 south near toe Identity of the victim was not released at press
proximately 5,000 feet, 12 inch water any posture to determine how practices.
south end of SR-100A (Grlfls Loop). time pending notification of next of kin.


Clock Springs P Call Toll-Free Call from.Gainesville

Ahead April 1 from Anywhere

>in Florida 37710961SOO329FORD
Daylight Saving Time (DST) Is
just around the corner. Time ad-
vances one hour at midnight, Satur-
day, March 31, but most people will STARKE FL.
set their clocks ahead before goingto 9G4-72OO 209 W, MADISON ,
bed Saturday night. DST now Starke 473-FORD
runs from thp first "unday in Aprilto 388-FORD
the last October each 377-1O96 209 W. Keystone Heights

year.Remember. the adage, "Spring Gainesville Madison YOUR FORD.CONNECTION IN 0 IMfKE! State, ,, Road" 21. ,Jacksonville, ,

forward and fall back." Set clocks ,
;<
ahead one hour in the Spring and "'
back in the fall of the year. I II I

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ITT Rayonier, Southeast Forest i
Resources, is offering scholarshipsto > I c *
outstanding high school seniors $21200 $23400 -
who plan to attend an accredited Per Month Per Month
university or college. Scholarshipsare
awarded annually to students N
graduating from high schools and R I
living in counties where ITT I..
Rayonier has significant timberland
ownership. Two $no ,scholarshipsare 5 f fT
awarded in Florida.
Candidates must reside and attend E
high school in the counties where the l lAD
scholarships are offered. The seven
county winners will be interviewed
in ITT Rayonier's Regional Office in I IN
Fernandma Beach to determine.the
two scholarship winners.
Details of the program have been
sent to principals of the high schoolsin
the eligible counties. Students I 1990 Tempo GL 4 Door
wanting more information should

counselor.contact their principal or guidance 1990 Ford Ranger 108 W.B. XLT Air Conditioning, Power Lock Group Tilt Wheel Speed

Control Automatic Transmission Light Group, Rear
Backpacking Free Air Cond.. 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat Elect. AM/FM T T Window Defroster: Electric Control Mirrors, Clearcoat
Meeting Set Stereo Cass., Sliding Rear Window, Cast Alum. Paint'

Here March 29 Wheels., Tachometer, 2.3 Engine Overdrive Trans.

An introduction to hiking and
backpacking trips is scheduled at
7:30: p.m.Thursday,March 29,In the
Fellowship Hall of the First

Presbyterian Lillian White Church from Kissimmee of Starke. an $ 2.90/0 $ Ooo| *
experienced backpacker who has 7500 I
walked over 2,000 miles of the Ap- Per Month Per Month
plachian Trail: will tell novices how k
to get Into hiking and backpacking, NTEREST RATES \
show them how to pack a back pack,
and how to train to carry a back 48 MONTHS ;
pack. The meeting is sponsored by I.
the Florida Trail Association and FINANCING m I
bas been arranged by Joe Williams
DfvStarke, a member of the Florida AVAILABLE ON

Trail The Association.First Presbyterian Church, ALL ESCORTS

composed of three white frame
buildings, Is off SR-230 (East (Call
Street) opposite from Bradford
Hospital at the: intersection of
SR-230 and Bessent Road. .

REBATES
Three Youths Saved

In When High Canoe Winds Sinks. New 1990 Festiva L Plus ON ALLTRUCKS New 1990 Escort 2 Door LX


Three youngsters in the 16-17 year ', Air Cond., 5 Sp. Manual Trans., Cloth & Vinyl Bucket & Air Conditioning. Tinted Glass Digital Clock/Overhead .
old range narrowly escaped drown, Seats Wide Bodyslde Molding Fuel & Water Temp.' Console Rear Window Defroster Light Security Group,
ing last Friday when their canoe Gauges Tachometer/Trip Odometer Rear Window CARS Power Steering. Dual Electric Mirrors Interval
capsized and sank during heavy Elect. Windshield Wipers '
winds on Kingsley Lake. Defroster AM/FM Stereo Clock

Bill Peters, on the northwest aide -. -
of the lake, was sweeping leaves off
the roof of his bouse, when he heard ..
cries for help. He got out his boat ,
and headed for the middle of the lake .
where three youths, whose names
were not learned were floundering Rental ,1'.:
amind the white caps, with no life- Tune-Up Specials Cooling System Check Air Conditioning System Check SpecialsFestiva 5 .
jackets or other flotation equipment.One 4 Cyl $22.856Cyl$30.75 24.95 ,: '
of them was attempting to swimto $21.38 '
Bronco II $34.95 ':. I
shore, while the other two were
near exhaustion and trying to tread $10.95 Includes Charge.A Leak Test & Probe $29.95
water. 8 Cvl 1 37.70 ComponenfCheck -

They all managed to climb IntoPaters' f ,:. '.
boat, and were brought safe-

.far...'to abovecue In of expressing them sail "I'm their Net rebate plus 49.50 tax, tag with qualified credit "

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Buster Rahn An area newspaper, The
BCT Staff Wri.rIndividual Gainesville Sun, quoted Bill Con-
6JI and organizations protesting gdon,who will represent DER In the
the siting of an incinerator In administrative hearing, as saying
Enterprise Park were pleased to DER only deals witpollution
learn a hearing officer, Charles C. issues, and "We can only consider
Adams from the Department of Ad- environmental matters,and then on-
ministration, has been named to ly those in our rules. It does not mat-
hold the administrative hearings, on ter whether the applicants are good
a date yet to be set. guys or bad guys.r
Those filing for a hearing were On the basis of remarks by Con-
concerned that Tom Pelham, gdon, many of the objections raised
secretary of the Department of En- by local protesters will have no

vironmental Regulation (DER), merit In the hearing, such as prox-
0- -0 -- --- -- nn -
\ I I I t j I would personally chair the meetingand imity to Starke Elementary School,
Dr. R. Phillip TWogood of UNF addresea the Jefferson Meeting In the BUS auditorium. possibly favor the petitioners fora and the charge that local officials
were mislead by Robert V. Lee
permit to the incinerator.
Bradford approve County Commissionersand president of Thermo EnvtronmentalService
Adults, Students Debate Constitutional IssuesAt Starke City Commissioners, the Inc., in seeking to locate in

Bradford County economic Develop- Starke.
ment Corp. and the Starke-Bradford Several weeks ago, Starke Mayor
First Bradford County Jefferson MeetingSome County Chamber of Commerce, At- Vernon Silcox said the city of Starke
torneys Terence Brown and Rick has the best chance of stopping the
Peplogle, and Telegraph Editor Bob incinerator from locating in town,
60 American government tion in Philadelphia which tossed out Should political action committees Lormand. Ferguson, filed requests for an ad- because only the city controls
Students Joined by 19 adults studied the Articles of Confederation and (PACs) which contribute large College professors presenting the ministrative hearing and DER an- utilities and zoning laws in Enter-
and took sides on six constitutional came up with an entirely new docu- Amounts of money to candidates be issues were: Dr. Augustus M. nounced it planned to issue a permitfor prise Park.
questions as part of a Jefferson ment, the current U.S.Constitution controlled? Five BUS coeds voted Burns, III, Assoc. Prof. of History, the incinerator,unless objectionswere Starke Operations Manager Bill
Meeting held School d Saturdayat now 200 years old. against control..Two voted for con- University of Florida.Dr. sustained in an administrative Weldon says the sewer plant Is
Bradford High Should the Electoral College, trols on campaign contributions. Joan S. Carver, Dean, College hearing. operating at near capacity, and
College professors of history and under which a president is indirectly Should the president be limited to of Arts & Sciences, Jacksonville Instructions mailed to the In- possibly will require expansion of
political science led discussion elected,be abolished and direct elec- one six-year term. University. dividuals and organizations state the system prior to accepting large
groups, acquainting students with tions held? Why fix it if'is ain't Prof. John Dykes, Instructor of that the parties have 10 days from volumes of waste water from the In-
the questions, guided the discussions broke, asked Guy Andrews. Dr. The Jefferson Meeting was History, Santa Fe Community Col the date of the order (March 14, c nerator.
,and answered questions.Each Augustus M. Burns, III, associate organized here by BHS American lege. 1990) to "confer and inform" the At present, the industrial park
study group chose members to make professor of history at the University government instructor Ronney Har- Dr.Kermit L. Hall, Chairman, hearing officer In writing (A) does not have natural gas in quantity
reports Saturday morning. of Florida, said the Electoral College ris. "As long as we have students Department of History and Asst. whether there are any related cases nearer than Colley Road, and
is not popular but he doesn't like these, we don't need to worry Prof. of Law, University of Florida. before the Division, and if so, the although gas is in plentiful supply,
Issues studied were: know the answer. about the future of the country/ case numbers; (B) The estimated additional gas lines are not in the
Electoral College reform. So far, Should the president have Harris told the students at a Satur- length of time necessary to conductthe current city budget.
32 states have approved a call for a day luncheon. Dr.R. Phillip Twogood, Asst.Prof. meeting (C) The suggested Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal
items in the
to veto line ;
constitutional convention to act on authority and should have The 20 adults attending all or partof of Political Science and Public Ad- location of the hearing, and (D) the has stated the present light industrial
requiring a balanced federal budget.It veto budget, ? The students Congress in that the meeting, held from 2-9 p.m. ministration, University of North dates respondents will be available, zoning is satisfactory for a
takes 34 states, only two more, to class power voted 8-2 for the presidentialline Friday and 9-1:30: Saturday, were Florida. not less than 30 days from the date of crematorium, but a special excep-
call a constitutional convention. item veto but voted 7-1 against Tax Collector Esther Hall, Donna the order, and not more than 90 tion will be required to burn con-
Discussions centered around Hamilton, Chamber of Commerce Moderator of the Jefferson taminated medical waste.
whether such a convention would be legislative veto power. President Med Connelly, Ms. Pat meeting was County Judge George days.If there is non-compliance with the City Attorney Terence Brown says
called or will Congress, which can Should terms of office be set for Connelly, Supt. Jim Duncan, Joe Pierce who spoke out strongly for instructions, the indivuduals and the city will appeal any special exception
also call such a constitutional con- the federal judiciary, rather than Williams, Marjorie Thompson, Dr. the Independence of the judiciary, organizations shall waive venue allowing the incinerator to
vention, act first if another state ap- appointment for life? Terms of office Bernie McFadden Wayne Whiffen, and for the complete separation of rights, and the final hearing will be the Starke Board of Adjustment.
proves the call. Would a constitu- make Judges more accountable, Bill Haas, Ms. Betty Haas,Property the state and federal judiciary. Appointive held in Tallahassee at a time and If the Starke Board of Adjustmentrules
tional convention be limited to the make the office more political, BHS Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, BHS judges are recomended by a date established by the Division. against the incinerator firm,
balanced budget questions. It could, senior Link Bishop argued. Life-long Media Center Director Gladys Judicial Qualifications Committeeand Adams will set the time, date and TESI, its only recourse is in the
some contend, act on anything it appointments allow judges to act Thomas, BHS teacher Patsy can be impeached. There are, location after hearing from the six courts.
wanted. It could be a runaway more independently,argued student Lawson, Merritt Williams, Mike Judge Pierce, admitted many factors respondents the ad- The Starke Council cannot over
requesting
covention, such as the 1887 conven- Keith Linzy. Crawford, Guy Andrews, and Larry in favor of an elected judiciary. ministrative hearing. rule the Board of Adjustment.

Waterfrom


( page 1A)

rate of discharge of water into the Biggs Dissent...

sewer system.. Biggs said, "As far as I'm
con- EARLY
the untreated water and
Accept ,
cerned, if what they (TESI) are doing r
surcharge for by SALE ENDS MARCH 31ST
assess a clean-up
Is legal, they have the right to do SPRING
city.The business anywhere they want to."
city sewer system Is operating
Biggs went on to that he has
>say
almost at capacity already. In a let-
received only one about
ter dated December 21, 1989, DER complaint
siting an incinerator in
EnterprisePark
Assistant Ernest
Deputy Secretary although Mayor Silcox said
P.E. former Clerk
wrote
Frey, City
his constituents have been most
Neil Tucker "The is almostat
system vocal
in protesting the facility.
design capacity. Biggs said, "It to
appears me
Weldon said plans for expandingthe
'
you're putting obstructions In the
capacity of the sewer system is
way of a legal business wanting to
the drawing board aa( ,
on jc
Utcaee item nw lived wiUiln'a'bihckof '''' M If /
scheduled for 1992.
the hospital for 20. years while it
council Biggs,"meeti- w J'm..iW"-'" had l'ltlI'5' tllN" i .' no problems.
what action the council had taken
concerning the application for a permit Attorney Brown asked for council
and what position it is taken approval to retain an expert witnessin
Attorney Brown said, "We've the upcoming administrative
taken the position that the permit hearing, saying that TESI will have SPRING FERTILIZERS Food
application is fatally flawed.'' experts testifying In its behalf. Dog S
Yesh
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Weightlifting Records Save $1.00 on all 40

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Continue to Fall 25-3-3 Reg. $10.50
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,.New weightlifting records at the Tornado gym, but results were For Bahia $699 St\\.E 50
Bradford High School have been set not available at press time. $9

at every meet this season, and the Wednesday, March 28, Is an open
season Is Just getting into full swing.At date. The final dual meet will be 25-5-10
a meet at Union County against Keystone, Wednesday,April
Wednesday, March 14, AI Jones set 4, again in the Tornado gym. State Dog Ration Bedding
another record in the 165 pound class AAA championship meet is scheduled Azalia, Camelia, Rose, 40 lb. Reg. $8.50 $750
by besting a 1979 record set by Tim- for
Saturday, April 21, at Plants
my Jones. Al Jones had sei the Tallahassee Godby.Matches to startat Blueberry Fertilizer
school record in the 148 pound classIn 1 .
February. He now holds recordsin p.m.Phone

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March Liquid : 1 OFF l
Yesterday,Wednesday, 21,in & \Wranqferand

Air Conditioning Soil 1 100 Ibs. Reg. $10.00 I

Pine Straw Meeting Service : I and Rocky Mountain

Set'March Cow Manure I 'r I $900 Jeans and Shirts in

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ditional Income from your forest
1
+
land other than through Umber and ,cr. rr
grazing cattle? Maybe you've heard Safe-Guard Deworming r r' NEMEX-2
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4A TE1.1SUKAPII March, limn;




I I Bradford No Longer 'Strawberry Capital. of the WOT id' II'


I I, '-' -
-.y Once again the "strawberry season
.. \ a--
--.. -
-- -- has rolled around in Bradford County.
----- ---- -. ... But time of that used to mean
a
::::: -L--- ". year
1
1 1 1 I L I \
dollars In the pockets of growers,
--- pickers and packers, and merchants up 9t1 1
-- and down Call Street, has now faded in
i importance and has little noticeable impact r

ii'1: t +j1: i: on the local economy.
There was a time when strawberry F AtAflr.Rft1fli
season quickened the tempo along Call t ,
: kIi Street. Store shelves were freshly ooPrc EM
pflT stocked with new merchandise and y
w everyone had extra dollars in his or her
pocket to spend on new Easter outfits
and other ''luxuries". In the 1920s and yoke
i '308, strawberry fields soared upward
toward a total of 2,000 acres. This
k Ifrw\ season acreage Is near the vanishing
: point with hardly more than 30 acres
planted by half a dozen veteran
-Is growers carrying on a century-old
tradition of producing "The Sweetest
t Strawberries This Side of Heaven",

Bradford's once flourishing
strawberry industry grew from a few
I private garden plots planted by early
settlers in the Starke/Lawtey area in
N the 1870s and '808, mostly for home con-
sumption. But it soon became obvious
that the country's fertile soil was madeto
order for strawberry culture, and
i plantings were expanded to take care of
commercial sales in northern markets.
w
This was before the days of paved
highways and rapid truck transportation -
but the new rail line from Fernan-
dina to Cedar Key provided means for
shipping winter berries to Northern You Pick 'em"
....; .... .--. '-''''''' .-.r.. ;::_ IioriII'-...,., markets, where they were in great de- "We Grow 'em -
mand. Mrs. Oscar Carter is pictured In a long-ago wayside grocery In the days when a
heaped up pint of berries would cost the customer ten cents if he or she did the pick-
Railroad shipping wharfs at Starke
Is still at the prize-winning berry farm of Leon
AffairIn Ing. The U-Pltkem process popular
Family and Lawtey became beehives of activity -
Starling, but the price Is a bit higher today.
needles and wire instead of with as many as 18 to 20 refrigeratorcars
the days when strawberry fields were mulched with pine grass
black plastic family gatherings like this at the "packing shed" were a familiar scene. All a day shipped out daily in the 1920s
'
hands' were aboard during the picking season,even the children who were kept out of school to and 30s. finally retire, it is doubtful that anyone y
help As far back as 1899, the Florida Ad- coming along now will want to fill their w
vocate (a weekly newspaper in Starkeat shoes. w
.. that time) carried a special columnof Strawberry' cultivation has been ..SI
)r.. l / news headed "Down on StrawberryRow" described as a "13 months a year job", .SIa
rl' l g f 1 rDf' .rj } describing the fever pitch of activity meaning you have to start preparing ,
around the railroad station here for the next before the current
L. ', ..L. ;... ,'(, ...,1, .J. -",.. .... ".:/ i\' \ during berry season. Over 25 "commis- is even harvested.crop It is also one
'.., .._ p, ", .. .. .. .. r, ...... .. .i'1"y.1""" '''#"J ,, sion men" (strawberry buyers) converged petitive. Although Starke highly dominatedthe com
on the town to bid for berries, market In the early years of the
and most of them stayed at the old Com- 1880's and '90s, Plant City, with its
DER Shows No Concern mercial Hotel on Call Street, east of the warmer climate and earlier ripening
'railroad tracks. Sometimes the hotel time, now floods the market with berries
was overcrowded and some buyers at a time fruit Is just beginning to M 31 5
would sleep on the hotel lawn on warm ripen here. This market glut forces
for from the
Input People spring nights. prices down to a low of four or five
dollars a flat when smaller growers
here figure they must get at least six or
U,S. Representative Bill Grant has ordinances, to block the permit. DERcouldn't seven dollars to show a profit,

joined in opposition to a proposed care less about what the people There is also the problem of un-
medical waste incinerator in Jasper want or whether the cities are capable of M favorable changes in the system of

which he says has divided the communityand providing necessary utilities for opera- marketing strawberries. No longer do'
stalled tion of the incinerators.DER buyers come in to bid on berries at the
progress on a new industrial local market, as in the days when
park. is apparently so eager to obtain strawberry auctions were!: held annually

A state administrative is underway additional incinerators in the rural com- at the farmers market here. Now the
hearing
munities of this area that the agency big buyers, such:! as chain stores, need a
to determine the future "Berry Pretty"A
of the proect
large source of berries for "warehouse
needs to be shown
only "on paper' how
ana Grant says he will speak against it at buying" so they can be purchased at a Strawberry Easter Bonnet was
the next session. Grant was instrumental the operator "intends" to meet state set price and offered to super market modelled by Elva Lee Reddish for
In arranging federal and state funding for emissions standards, and DER will issue customers at the same price in every The Telegraph in the days when

'he Jasper'park and feels that the the permit to :'bad guys" or "good guys" store,.rJhfsphnenom4naljpcrenaijath< stray 1Fs atdUlpretty; girls

incinerator will be a roadblock proposed in the alike. Concerns of the community. are, of ,ivcl5feb m'M.flourl 6 'BradrOE:': .. _.(_:w untv._ .
etlort attract no concern to DER. 0pA' ln8.asr.aaret ofiliierrias rftaffi! jig 1M In nwoid it:. tfv, ,
industries
new to Jasper.It creased to an estimated $3,000, as com to the operation so that children of
was also announced Monday that the The Bradford County Commission pared with $500 to $fiOO twenty or thirty berry-growing families could be free to
Department of Environmental recently adopted an ordinance banning years ago. The added risks of adverse work in the fields a couple of months
has the Regulation the operation of such incinerators in unin- a .. weather conditions make the younger during "picking" season.
agreed to appointment of an corporated areas of the but far generation of today think "there must Now those forever and
administrative officer county, so days are gone .
hearing to be an easier to make .
ar- way a living"
hitrate the city has taken no such precautions to k if the current trend continues, "The
the case between the opponents ofa prevent incinerators within its limits. It There was a time when strawberry- Sweetest Strawberries This Side of
similar medical waste incinerator in growing was a family cooperative ef Heaven" may soon be just another pagein
Starke, and the Department of En- is disillusioning to learn that DER bases .5 fort. Even school terms were adapted Bradford County's history
vironmental Regulation which its decisions to grant permits entirely on c

I to permit it, and Thermo Environmental proposes plans and drawings for a proposed plant ,

:Systems, Inc. which wants to build and regardless of all other considerations.There .
operate it.However. are many factors affecting the -' -

welfare of a community other than air Miss America, 1969 :. fps or'
according to DER's rules of emissions. For instance, there are safety ShortcakeAt $ { Ipo
the game governing such hearings, it hazards from increased traffic that Enjoys fOd'f

would seem useless for Rep. Grant or should be taken into account and the need Bradford Fair ;z*

anyone else to oppose issuing the permiton for additional turn lanes into and out of :

the grounds that the targeted com- the site. Also the possibility of nuisances workers The Advocate reported that over 75 >, Q .; 3
were employed daily in the
munity does not want a medical waste in- from the storing of medical waste while strawberry business with their new

cinerator in its industrial park. waiting for incineration.Does refrigerator cars that "are a great improvement O a 4
Bill Congdon who will over those of 1898": R.S. Y Q /o ,
DERin
represent DER have the right to grant a per- Fernandez had embarked on the "
the hearing, says the agency deals only mit to any plant, regardless of its merit, strawberry crate-making business,and
with pollution issues, and then, only those in a town or city that does not have the Manager Hull of the Fruit Growers

that come under their own rules. "It does capability of providing the necessary in- Association reported that their ; 0 Thii praise of the strawberry]
not matter whether the applicants (for a frastructure for its operation? These are refrigerators had been thoroughly 5 0
overhauled and are "carrying O.K.", first appeared In
permit) are good guys or bad guys" ac- just a few of the side effects any,plant 1655. ,

cording to Mr. Congdon. not just incinerators can inflict on a "If anybody thinks Starke is a dead i
town, just let him go down to the wharf
According to these rules community. These matters should be
as long as the about train time," the Advocate advis- Doubtless God Could
applicant for a permit can prove it will part of the permitting process just as ed. ;

meet state emissions standards the DER much as the pollution factor. Strawberries became even more important Have Made a Better

permit will be granted for Jasper and According to DER's statement it to the economy of the county
Starke and these cities will have to rely seems to be saying, we're going to permitthe after the bitter freezes of the 1890s that Berry, but Doubtless
on their own devices such as zoning medical incinerator killed the flourishing orange groves dot
regardless so God Never Did"
ting the countryside during that period.
regulations or environmental protection why don't you just bug off? Berry planting then increased in orderto ..
take up slack left by the loss of citrus "


Bradford/Union Lottery Sales money.The demise of the Sea Island cotton FORESTRY-- .

I industry, due to the boll weevil Invasion
during the World War I era,. further
Total Near $7,000,000Bradford total up strawberry planting until IN BRADFORD COUNTY By Stan Shephard,
reached more than 2,000 acres 11 radfordCounty"'orellter ,
i in 1922 and an estimated. 2,800 acres by .

County lottery sales totaled Where are/ f / Otis 1932.
$2,036,015 in 1988, and $2,723,764 in 1989. the Lottery '/' / The first Indication that berry production -

That's a total of $4,759,779 in the two-year Dollars Going? v construction was on the period decline at came Camp duringthe Blan- 'Turning.Pine Straw into Cash

period. Sales in Union County for the two- ding, prior to world War II. Good-
year period totaled almost $2 million. neatly, as promised by lottery sup- paying jobs for anyone who could drivea market During has the evolved past 18 for months, a new harvested raking'and baling. Straw is generally,
pine
plantation during the winter months
And what have the ticket buyers got in porters, because state funds for schoolsare track nail construction were available of during Blanding the, fast-and owners. The market involves well after the pines have shed their old,

return? There were a few big winners at being trimmed by the Legislature as many Bradford, farmers, who had harvesting pine straw from private lan- needles.

the beginning but no one has hit the jack- lottery dollars come in. Consequently, the depended on berries as a ready cash cities downers and such selling the bales in larger Longleaf and slash pine are the

pot in Bradford County lately as far as net gain for schools has proved disappointing crop. put their hoes and plows in Tallahassee, Macon as and Jacksonville Atlanta. It has, preferred species because they have
we know. as some school officials expected all storage and went for the better paying become a big business with revenues longer needles than other pine species.
along. jobs at Blanding. ranging from $25 to $43 With Jacksonville so close landowners
At least we learn that the agency handl- Even when Blanding was deactivatedafter per acre. In this area are ideally located for,this
ing the lottery advertising account is hap- But in the meanwhile a large percentage the war, many berry growers who Pine straw harvesting can yield a new and growing market.
substantial
py. The enticing-and misleading-ads being of the public is being hoodwinked by had learned that life did exist beyondthe that have income for timberland

run ou TV by'the lottery organizationcost clever advertising into thinking they will farm, found jobs in the expanding owners waiting for timber grown harvests accustomed alone to to If you would like to learn more about
In small Industries
:*;29 million last year and Governor win a million dollars and the cost of their that prison began system to or here In the post- yield financial benefits from their land. lurning pine straw into cash, a seminaron
Martinez was so pleased with the lottery lottery tickets is helping with the dollar war era. Most appear of them have never gone Several pine straw harvests can be "Alternatives for the Private Lenduwner"
dollars 'pouring into the state treasury crunch for schools.In back to berry growing, which is labor made before any of the timber Is focusing on the marketing and
harvested Planted pines usually produce harvesting of pine straw has been<< set
Intensive and also expensive.In
has recommended
that he an increase to the meanwhile; the. Florida lottery enough straw to enter the market Tuesday, March 27, at 7 p,m. In the
$39 million in advertising this year. continues its merry way not subject to its issue of November 1954 The by age nine or ten and continue to do so Lake City Agricultural Center. The Ale
of inspection by the State Auditor Telegraph asked, "18 the Itrawberrygoing until age 18 or 20. The straw is used for Center -is at the Fairgrounds located
Eighteen percent lottery receipts go General the of Sea Island cotton and mulch in
way landscaping operations. Just a mile or so out 247 the
and Highway on
for "administration": : of the dep:11'',nent, not exposed to the Florida sunshine the orange tree in Bradford County's Ideal sites' Include. old right. The Florida Division of Forestry
law. And many buyers of Florida lottery changing economy?" Now thirty-six agricultural lands pastures and and the Florida Coop fm.ttlvlf. Kxtensmn!
tickets continue to think later-it seems that the answer is planted in pines with Service
they are helping years MKASi' will
the
hurt
row of 8 ,td 12 feet.
spacings Cutover
As all the
suspected along by
opponents Inevitable When the few
an "yes"
support the schools time they semmarAnfctting For more Information ,
lay
." the lottery schools have not benefitted their money down. every veteran growers still in the business itahds".."..Artrtlwrj planted(w *to(iv't pine will"I''r require r' 'fir phone your local Extension Agent
or County ForesterPage ,



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'' March 22,1900 TELEGRAPH Page5Adpuntdown

t6 Strawberry Pageant ,J '\ '



i3 Contestants Vie for Coveted Crown Social Parties Meetings


.' '! '' ,
.
ar
.' ,,.. -Wed2ngs
i ;', J\\ Emily Tew 20, is the daughter of
., .
'!",. : Michael Tew,Sr. and Barbara Pettit 'Engagements

and is from Starke. A 1988 graduateof Wrtfis
\11 Spencer High School, Miss Tew
enjoys swimming, watching foot Items
j ( ';.' N' Announcements
ball and especially\ being with her ,
-
/: ,
.
friends. Miss Tew was a homecoming
,r princess for two years and an at- F-
'" tendant to Miss Yellow Jacket. Miss Y

Thirteen young ladies Tew aspires to be the best she can Local Children Place in Pageant
from Bradford County are J and a friend to those around her.She ,
is sponsored by Terwillegar Motors
the 1990
seeking
Strawberry
of her age group. For her ac-
Queen title in a'contest set y complishments, she won a tiara and
for 8 p.m Saturday. April f three trophies. Lauren is the
in auditorium at Bradford i! daughter of Tudy and Judy O'Neal of

High School. lit a -Starke.Ryan O'Neal, 3 yrs. old, won_the

Seven of the young ladies J show, totaling four trophies and a
are featured In this edition King Crown. He was voted Most
Photogenic for his age group; Best
of,the Telegraph. The other r Dressed; 1st runner up in Sport-
six will be featured March ',I -.r swear; and was crowned Easter'
29: The seven contestantsare King, Tiny Mr. Ryan is also the sou -
: wr of Tudy and Judy O'Neal of Starke.All .
Sta1'ke.'J. tFh, three children won their beauty -
i sd entry fee to the finals to be held in
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Angel Ramsey 3.
Allyson Thompson ...

Angelina Marie Ramsey, 19, the
Allyson Thompson 19, daughterof daughter of Sheila Christmas and
Don and Joyce Thompson of Edward Christmas of Starke, is a
Starke is a 1988 graduate of Brad- freshman at Santa Fe Community
ford High and was a member of '88 College. She enjoys bowling, swim-
Three children from the Starke
homecoming queen's court. Allyson ming, dancing, and walking along In the America's Cover
enjoys raquetball riding bicycles the beach. Miss Ramsey plans to area placed
writing poems and being with seek a degree, in business ad- Miss and Cover Boy beauty pageant
t ... held in Lake City Saturday, March
friends, She Is sponsored by Thompson .or I. ministration and to someday be
Sheet Metal. Emily Tew of She is /
head a corporation. spon- 18.Shawn
Akridge, 18 mos. old., sold t
sored M & G Tile Company.
by K.t
the most tickets for his age group,
Donna Christine McDavid, 20,the
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald ------ winning him a trophy in that division
McDavid of Brooker,is a sophomoreat ; he also won Best Dressed and
SFCC. Donna enjoys playing 1st Alternate Toddler Mr. Shawn is
piano, horseback riding, sewing the son of Shawn and Sue Ann
reading and writing. In high schooiMiss Akridge of Starke.

McDavid was involved with Lauren Nichole O'Neal, 23 mos.
many clubs, including 4-H, FFA, f ,
old., was Miss Photogenic for her
French Club, and Key Club. Donna's rl
Toddler
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2nd Alternate
ambition is to become 1 age group;
1a1igz a special Miss and sold the most tickets for
education teacher and help the
students be the best they can. Donnais
sponsored by Dexter's Cafe a I

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Teresa Kathleen Bassett 17 Mindy Gnann
daughter of Sam and Sheila Bassettof Kern Flllyaw
Starke i..senlor,at Bradford _Mindy Lynn'Gnann, 16, daughterOf r I
High School. Green eyed with brown Mr. and ,Mrs i iPlen !Gnann i of 'Kemberly Fillyaw, daughter
hair, Miss Bassett enjoys swimm- Starke. if a junior at Bradford High of Peggy Ann Crawford and the late
ing, reading,and being with friends. School. Mindy is co-captain of the -Ii Carl Ray Fillyaw of Starke. Yj
Teresa has been a BHS cheerleaderin nils cheerleaders and has brown Miss Illyaw, who graduated with l
grades 9,10, and 11, and was hair and green eyes. She Is editor of honors from Bradford High, is a t
Junior Class princess. She was Miss the school newspaper and was freshman at Santa Fe Community
Congeniality in the 1989 Strawberry Junior Class princess In the 1989 K College. Kern a former drum majorfor
Pageant. She plans to attend homecoming. She plans a career in the Spirit of Bradford band
to study physical therapy specializing in I i aspires to become a high school .- ---- I
X-ray Mot She is sponsoredby children. Mindy la sponsored by band director and,perhaps go on to M.Pauline Grlllis
Chastain's Jewelry of Starke. Triest Construction Co. teach music to the deaf and blind. Nlta Gordon Michael McClain
Donna McDavid She is sponored by Joan's Fashions. Jeff Castle

._ A. Nita Gordon, Polly Griffis,
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'f : Parties Honor Sherri Norman Bride-Elect Wed May 5 Wed April 28 i

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Melissa Pauline "Polly" Griffis,
Alma Juanita Gordon, daughter of
[I daughter of Doyce A. and Anita S.
Linda Ricks Gordon of
Alton C and
Sherri! Norman, bride-elect of Sherri Norman, bride-elect of Sherri A. Norman Callahan and Jeffrey H. Castle, son Griffis of Starke, and Michael
,
Kristin Alday, was honored at a Kristin Alday was honored at a Thomas McClain, son of Carthell
Honored at Doris Castle of Yulee
Party of Don and ,
.... Mon-
shower
f miscellaneous shower March 6, at miscellaneous bridal their and the late Cora Katherine McClainof
7:30 at the home of Sylvia. Reddishon day evening, Feb 26, at the home of Monday March 12, Sherri A. Nor- announce will upcoming be held marriage.The Saturday, Crystal River, announce their
Crosby Lake. Mrs. John A. Reddish. man, brlde-elect of Kristin Alday ceremony engagement and approaching mar
Buford Grove
in
5 at 6:30
Hostesses for the occasion were Honored guests included Mrs. was honored with a lingerie showerat May : p.m. riage.
Mrs. Lisa Reddish Mrs.Sylvia Reddish Charley G. Norman, mother of the the home of Melanie Wood. Baptist Church, Hilliard. of Hilliard The ceremony is scheduled for
Nita is 1988 graduate
,, Mrs. .Barbara' Brown, Mrs. bride, and Mrs. Dwayne Alday, The party room was decoratedwith Middle/Sr.a High School. 28, at 5 p.m. in the Officer'sClub
i Carol Clark Mrs. Bobble Faye mother of the groom. bunnies in a hot tub. The table of Camp Blanding.The .
Jeff Is 1985 graduate Boyd
Blackshear, Mrs. Elaine Wood, and After the gifts were opened in the was decorated with a beautiful High a School, Ashland, Ken bride-elect Is a 1986 graduateof
Mrs. Becky Reddish.: family room, guests were invited in- flower arrangement with silver can- County Bradford High School and a
The hostesses presented the to the dining area for refreshments.An dle holders on each end of the table tucky.The bride-elect is the grand- graduate of Santa Fe Community
s.r honoree with the gravy boat to her array of finger foods, punch, and with an array of hors d'oeuvres. of W. Baldree and the College.
chosen pattern.Refreshments. coffee, complemented by fresh spring Hostesses were Lori Douglass late daughter Alma Dyal Ricks Baldree of Lake The groom-to-be is a 1984 graduateof
of ice cream, cake flowers, enhanced the refresh- Elaine Jackson, Karen Kimutis and Geneva.Mr. Crystal River High School and
mints and nuts were served on the ment buffet. Melanie Wood. The hostesses from Florida State University in
porch. The refreshment table was Miss Norman was given a lovely presented Sherri with a lovely gownas 1988.
covered ,with a. army/navy cloth crystal pitcher as a memento of the a memento of the occasion.
+ with silk flowers as the main center- occasion from the hostesses Mrs. Attending the party were Sherri's 24 .
piece.Among. Patty Anders, Mrs. Shirley Bagwell, close friends, the mother of the Sherri Norman, Kristin Alday To Wed Mar.

the 25 guests attending Ms. Marian Douglas, Mrs. BarbaraB. Linda Alday and the motherof and Mrs. C. Glenn Norman of Saturday March 24, at Heilbronn "
were the mother of the bride-elect, Reddish, Mrs. Mary Sue Tomlinson the bide, Linda G. Norman. Lawtey announce the approaching Springs Baptist Church at 7 p,m.
Katy Jo Denmark 'Linda G.Norman, and mother of the and Mrs. Margaret Williams. marriage of their daughter, SherriA. The follow at the

'S '. groom-to-be_Mrs. Linda Alday.. :._ Norman, to Kristin S. Alday, son Church Fellowship Hall. All friends I,IDyana
Katy Jo Denmark -.. .. ---, -- -- ------ -- ---------- -- ---- -- --------- of Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Alday of and relatives are cordially invited to

-, BC Parent EducationCommittee Starke. attend.
.
Celebrates 1st "Lawtey School News. Notes.. The ceremony will_take place.on_ ______ ___ __ __ _

BirthdayKaty fourth out of 228 entries from third At Issue: Ste parenting. ICak I
Jo' Denmark,:daughter of grades all over the state. In legend, story and fairy tale, ?
Ron and JoAnn Denmark of Starke Ann and her parents, Mr.and Mrs. stepmothers and stepfathers have
celebrated her first birthday Saturday Melvin Smith, were honored at a traditionally been cruel and wicked.
Feb. 17,.at her home in Starke. i Monday night School Board meeting "In real life," says Starke I
Many friends and relatives joined recently.A certificate from the Poet Elementary School Guidance
Katy in this celebration includingher Association and a plaque from the Counselor Melba Johnson, "step-
great grandmother, Mrs. Lois PTO were presented to Ann by mothers sometimes become convenient -
Carter of Lawtey'and her grandparents school principal Buddy Paterson. persons upon whom childrencan
Mt. and Mrs. Roy Meredithof displace hostility which cannotbe
Jacksonville. Matthew Joyner "
directly expressed.
Highlight of the party was when Draws Poster For ContestMatthew How tolerant should a stepfatherbe

Katy was presented with her very Joyner, a second graderat when a child declares: '1 don't
own miniature pink rag doll cake Lawtey Community School, was have to do what you say...you're not
which she promptly dug into. -'--'--- chosen to represent Bradford Coun- my real daddy".

"'68 Class members Ann Smith ty in a Smoke Free 1990 poster con- There Is also the child's perspective -
WlnsllonorableMention involving conflicts emotionsand .
To Honor Former test.Matthew's slogan for his posterwas expectations.
"If You Love Me f Don't The Bradford County Parent
BUS Classmate Ann Smith, a third grade studentat I
Education Committee will
Smoke!I" sponsor 1
The members of the class of 1968 Lawtey Elementary Mrs. LisaBuxton' His poster was chosen from "At Issue: Stepparenting", on April r {. itv
honorable
and their spouse or date are cordially class, won men- among all second graders in Brad- 2, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Starke
Florida State Poet
tion in the
Invited to a get-together In honor ford County. Congratulations, Matthew Elementary School Cafeteria.Ms. .
Beverly McRae Shaw. Association Contest She placed! .Johnson will be guest speakerand
of
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The party will be hosted by Mr. will provide possible solutions to I I
and Mrs. Wilbur Water.at their problems families encounter In ...Aw
home at 680 W. Madison Street Friday 17th Birthday / remarriage.Try .
,' March 23, beginning\ 7:30 Happy \ to attend. There is no chargefor Crawford
p.m f *=>\ admission. Refreshments and J. I
Deanna Abernaftni child care are also provided free to J. Wayne Prevatt I

Weddings Portraits 3 q participants. Bring a friend. Wed Feb. 28 ,
\March
28,1990
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J. Wayne Prevatt and Dyana Jo Wayne is currently assigned to
t :; We love ; Crawford were united in marriage Lackland Air Force Base as a
M you. February 28, in Monticello. member of the U.S. Air Force.
PI ataJrapi Mam & Dad Dyana Jo is the daughter of Mr. Dyana Is completing her senior year
and Mrs.J.W Crawford of Sampson at Jefferson County High School
Udl' Z City. Monticello. She will be relocating
J. Wayne is the son of Mr. and with her husband after his basic
An of Julius Caesar is '
Phone 964-8877 autograph Mrs. Wayne L. Prevail of Mon- training tour is complete.
worth over t2.000.000.
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I Church to Host Evangelistic Crusade Hampton Baptist Highland uapusiChurch :
Bayless Highway Baptist Church Fun Day Homecoming

Bayless Highway Baptist Church will be hosting their Evangelistic children have enjoyed having a special part in Revival through this program Saturday Sunday, Mar. 25 "
Crusade beginning March 25, through April lsta t 7:30: p.m. nightly. of participation In service and fun.Bibles and membership pins will Hampton Baptist Church will hosta Highland Baptist Church would
Evangelist James A. McKet'hen' will be the speaker for the it-day Be received by achievement. Tuesday night,the youth will enjoy a time of Fun Day Saturday, March 24, like to Invite everyone to attend their
Crusade. Evangelist McKei'Jien was born in Wellborn, Fla., a small fun and fellowship with a Youth Pizza Blast after the services. There is beginning at 2 p.m. 80th annual homecoming Sunday,
North Florida town in Suwannee County. He is a graduate of also a noon luncheon planned for Monday, Wednesday and Friday,March Free hamburgers and hot dogs March 25.
Southwestern Baptist Theological/ Seminary, Ft. Worth, Texas. He has 26, 28, 30, from 12 noon til 12:45 with Evangelist McKelthen leading devo- wi1be\ served. There will be Rev. George Chisholm *.I1 be
pastored Florida Baptist Churches for 22 years prior to entering the field tion. something for everyone-good food, guest speaker There will\ be special
of full-time evangelism In January, 1967. He and his wife, Geraldine, Special music is planned every night of the service with a nursery being games, fellowship. Everyone is In- music following lunch
reside In Lakeland. They have two married daughters and a son. provided for babies and small children. vited.
Many activities are scheduled to take place during the Crusade for the Bayless Highway Church would like to Invite every person In our com Hampton Baptist Church is
children,youth and adults.A few of which will be a Unique Children Pro- munity to hear Evangelist James McKelthen.Our church has invited this located South on Hwy 301, turn in
gram, entitled Royal Order Red Ants, that begins Wednesday evening at man to lead us In a Revival effort. Come join us. front of Gate store, first church on
6 p.m. with a hot-dog supper for all bovs and RirN! ntron 6-11 vears. Many the left. See you there.
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FamilyFriendsDay ObservedSt. 1""TT Extra Lean Whole

.John Missionary Baptist will be

having Family and 25, beginning Friends Day at 9:45 this i 5-7 Lbs. Avg. Sliced FREE!

a.m. Sunday school, 11 am morning ...
worship. GROUNDBEEF I :
Rev. Herman Johnson will be BONELESS
messenger. 3 p.m. Messenger Rev.
Leroy Davis. Family and Friendsare L _
welcome to attend. Rev. Her
man Johnson, pastor.

Rev. Herman Johnson will be
messenger. 3 p.m. Messenger Rev. PORK
Leroy Davis. Family and Friendsare A Lb
welcome to attend. Rev. Herman
Johnson, pastor. The Other _

Frances Chapter 110 White Meat _****
Order Eastern Star :

Set Program L 0 I N S ., .
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Frances Chapter No. 140 Order of -' \J
the Eastern Star cordially invites Center Cut
everyone to worship with them in BONELESS PORK

their program"Fellowship on Saturday with, March the 31 Stars",at 6 CHEFS March Prices 19 thru In this Sunday ad good March Monday 25, 1990., CHOPS . . . Lb. 2.98
p.m. in Ebenezer Baptist Church.
The Reverend Leroy Moore of
"Pilusville will be guest speaker. The
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ElementarySchool /PoZjf EN SEEDLESS GRAPES 1

NewsCalendar _______

of Events: ROAST
Mar.28-29: P.E.Field Day; K-2on
Mar. 28, 3-5 on Mar. 29, 8:30: am -

11 Apr.::30 am.2-6: Jelly Bean Guess""Con _

test.Apr. 3: PTA 2nd, 3rd Grade Per Red
formance 7 p.m.
formance.Apr. 4: PTA 2nd, 3rd Grade Per RIPE

Apr.5: Hat Day.Wear a decoratedhat
for Easter.
Apr. 9-13: Spring Break. CansTOMATOES
Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Palray's K Lb
Class: On Mon., March 5,we went to 1 12.12 Oz.
a great field trip) First, we visited 1.5 Gallo Burgundy Diet Coke, Caffeine Free
the Starke McDonalds.They gave us w ,
a tour and provided cookies and
drinks McDonalds.We for. us all. Thank you, Rhine, Chablis, Pink COCA cOLA

also visited Kenn-Air at the Chablis Red Rose Vin
We ,
Gainesville Regional Airport.
boarded the Gator plane Go Rose Premium Blush [CLASSIC
Gators! At the airport, United t
.
Airlines gave us pilot wings and coloring "'f"I I COCCI) I7 n nllKno J| ;Lb ,}' ;
books. We were able to see 'I rTOW /Xrww
planes take off and land. We ate our
lunch and played at Westside Park. Smithfield\ : $299
Thank you to Mrs. Johns (Daniel's 1 $379 -
grandmother) for driving our bus. A -
big thanks to Daniel's mom, Mrs.
Roland, Vanessa's mom Mrs. Denton BACON 12 12 Oz. Cans Sprite
Virginia's parents Mr. and Mrs. Diet Sprite . . . 3.29
Taylor, Lee's mom, Mrs. Starling, f
and Jon's aunt, Miss Sullivan for
helping chaperone. Bunch Fresh Green
Congratulations to James Pear- 6.5 Oz. Wise Nacho PABST,

son. He was. our February "Kid of BRAVOS & PABST LT BROCCOLIHead
the Month"Miss ,

The class students has Dempsey's been are working Class getting:with My much time.Math 9 9 )) TRIANGLES PABST DRAFT, I Head Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER

faster at looking at the clock and X-LT
telling what time it is. The students
enjoy playing Time Bingo on 99cPABST
(:
Fridays. Our homeroomScienceclass en.
has been studying plants and Lb

animals.bringing in A items lot of students to share.have I have been enjoyed 18 Oz. La Famous 99
All Varieties $1
all classes. Thanks to Mrs.
Reddish my, Mrs. Tetstone, Ms. / TRIANGLES CHIPS. 1.69I \\9 9
Johnson, and Mrs. Godwin. They
have been very helpful.Mrs. .
Wood's English Class
Presents Essays: This one is from
Tracy MeNo Gaines,entitled No Drugs For oif' iRi
drugs for me is what I say. The
more I read and hear about drugs
the more I understand how bad
drugs are for people. Sure they can 4 Pack ,5 Oz. VanillaChocolate8 Oz. Breakfast Links/Breakfast/
make you feel good but the feeling 6.5 Oz Lt. Chunk In Water "CTocolate Fudge Del Monte Patties/5.25 Oz. Breakfast 16 Oz. Breakstone'sSOUR
Strips
only lasts for a little while then you
have to go through the pain and hurtto FOOD LION TUNA PUDDING CUPS MORNING STAR CREAM
get off of them. You can not keep
taking drugs forever because first of
all forever wouldn't be very long TI
because they will kill you and secondof 21$1 1 109cRwM
all drugs are very expensive and I
the average person couldn't afford
them. People end up stealing, souii
cheating, lying and selling
everything they could get their -
hands on to get enough money to buy _a /
Ql el
them. When you are using drugs r
nothing else is important. You don't 11.9 Oz. Corn Rakes/ 6 Pack Cherry/Grape/ IDOWNYFLAKE& Buttery 6 Pack 5 Oz. Strawberry-Blueberry//
care about your family, friends, Tropical Punch
work, yourself. All wantto Strawberry-Banana/Peach-Pmeapple
or even you KELLOGG'SBran WAFFLES
do is figure out how to get more KOOLAID KOOLER I LIGHT N' LIVELY YOGURT
That's right No Drugs For
drugs.

Mel Aisha! Cummings has this essay SSffl s 9 m .

also entitled No Drugs For Me: ifUtKCl; $149"
Once you use drugs it can make 8gel] :
your life miserable forever. Drugscan
make you feel lost,harm others ,
and yourself. It can make a good ,:
person become a bad person. .
Drugs harm your body. It can
damage your heart by making it
beat faster than its supposed to. It 300 Count 22 Oz. Spray 11.5 Oz. Salisbury Steak/10.5 Oz.
causes your body to sweat more thanit Turkey Breast/11.5 Oz. Sweet &
should. Drug abuse can damage MARDI GRAS NAPKINS I NIAGARA STARCH Sour Chicken/11.75 Oz. Sirloin Tips -
your lips,lungs,and kidneys. Drugsare
really bad for the body.
Drugs can make you perform
poorly in school. It can cause you to 9geHEALiYCH069NERS
feel like you don't need to go to
school. It can make you feel like you I Niagara
don't have to do what your teacher
'
tells you to do. Drugs make you feel
you can beat up the whole world. { uri ,
Drugs are a dead end street
because everything it touches goes _

bad.family It and causes friends.pain and Drugs hurt cause to your no There is a iFqott; Ljor>;fepnvitieiiii JocatecTneaic yqiDeerfoot FOOD' LIONI '

happiness or fun. It causes sadness
and shame.So since I want to be successful -
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ORDERED as follows:
Court on the 5th day of March 1990. Starke, Florida 32091.0040 RAY NORMAN
Goodman and
1. Defendants John N.
RAY NORMAN ((904)) 964-8272 Clerk of the Circuit Court Diane C. Goodman f Ik/a Diane C. Jones
Clerk of the Circuit Court Fla. Bar No. 0289612 By: Carol'Williams. Deputy Clark
[ Notices shall In this and plead to
Legal cause
1NOTICE Published Irl Bradford County Telegraph appear
1 Carol Williams Clerk
By 3/03: 4tchg 3/29;,Cont.Deputy No. 384 3/154tchg 4/05; Cont. No. 400 March lot 15 and 22, 1990. Copies furnished April the complaint 30 1990 filed or in herein default on thereof of before the

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Thomas D. DeCarlo Etqulre, Edwards Court shall proceed to judgement In this
-- NOTICEOF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT S Angell, 250 Royal Palm Way P.O. Box cause to the extent provided for by Section .

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN AND FOR 3403 Palm Beach Florida 33480. 1655 Title 28 United States Code,
SHERIFF'S SALE BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Joy Petersen P.O. Box 416 Lawtey as If sold Defendants had been served
Carla 1. Hawthorn. hot made application REGISTER CIVIL ACTION Florida 32058. with process within the State of Florida.
for SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 3 for FICTITIOUS NAME Notice Is hereby given that I I. Kenneth CASE NO: 89-338-CA Samuel G. Petersen 11017 Normandy 2. This order be published In anewspaper
Package Star for sal. of alcoholic Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Etherldge, as sheriff of Bradford County RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL TRUST Boulevard,'Jacksonville, Florida 32221. of general circulation In
b.v.rogei; bar, tavern, or cocktail Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Florida under and by virtue of Writ of NATIONAL BANK Roy E. Allred. Rt. 4 Box 318. Starke, Bradford Florida not less than
loung. to the Bradford County Board of undersigned Greg Jon Brumbaugh P.O. Execution to-wit: Plaintiff Florida 32091. County
Adjustment on property that I I. clo..lfl.d Box 738 Melrose, FL 32666 sole owner Execution issued out of County Courtof vs. Frances Allred Rt. 4 Box 318 Starke, once each week for six consecutive
and described below weeks prior to the return data herein-
CG
: doing business under the firm of
name
Bradford County Florida, pursuant to SAMUEL G. PETERSEN and Florida 32091.
Parcel No. 00476-0-00301 In Section 25, THE HOMESTEAD ACLF SR 100 Intendsto a Final Judgement for Colvin Rodney of JOY PETERSEN his wife, et ol.. Green Tree Acceptance, Inc., C.T. Corporation above described.
Township 9, 21 located 3. Within 10 days after the first
Rang approximately register said fictitious name under the Starke, Florida and against Clara Thorn Defendants. System Rglstred Agent 8751
7 miles well on SR 16 (Carlo's aforesaid statute. publication of notice of this proceeding
ton defendant In the amount of$750.00 NOTICE OF SALE W. Broward Blvd., Plantation Florida
Sandwich Shoppe). Dated this 1st day ef March, A.D., together with casts of collection. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to 33324. the Clerk of Court shall mall by U.S. Maila

The Bradford County Zoning Board will 1990 In Bradford County. Have seised and have In my possession the Summary Final Judgement of 3/15 2tchg 3/22; copy of the notice together with a copy
review the application and mok. a 3/01 4tpd 3/22; Cont. 381 the following described personal Foreclosure for Plaintiff RHODE ISLAND Cont. No. 397 of the Complaint herein' to the Defendants
recommendation to the Bradford County property to-wlt: HOSPITAL TRUST NATIONAL BANK John N. Goodman and Diane C.

Board of Adjustment| for their public IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH 1980 Pontiac 4 dr I.D. No. dated March 8th 1990 entered In Civil UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones, 900 Tom
hearing to be held at 7:30: In theCommliilon Case No. of the Circuit Courtof
p.m. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 2Z687A6175253.As : 89-338-CA MIDDLE DISTRICT FLORIDA Hall Street Starke. Florida 32091.
meeting room of City Hall BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA the property of the above named the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for JACKSONVILLE DIVISION DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville,
209 N.
Thompson Street Stark., Florida CIVIL ACTION NO,: 89-594-CA defendant and that on Monday the 9th Bradford County Florida wherein CASE NO. 89-732-Clv. J.12 Florida this 12th day of March 1990.
Tuesday March
on 27, 1990. At this
all parsons will b. heard tlm this, FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida day of April 1990 at 2.00p.m.: I will offer SAMUEL G. PETERSEN and JOY A. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER
concerning PETERSEN his wife, GREEN TREE ACCEPTANCE
Corporation for sale and sell to the highest bidder Plaintiff United Stales Magistrate
application as specified In the Bradford INC. AILRED and
ROY E.
Plaintiff, for cash in hand th. above d..crlb.dprop.rtv 3/22 6lchg 4/26
County Zoning Codes. of said FRANCES ALLRED. his wife, are the vs.JOHN
defendant the
vs.JAMES to satisfy, H. GOODMAN Control Number 401
DIANE
C. GOODMAN
Director B.C.B. of ADJ. aforesaid Execution. Defendants. ; -
VERNON SLADE and BARBARA
llchg3/S; Cont. No. 393 Kenneth Sheriff I WILL SELL to the highest and best bidder
P.O. Number 3883 JEAN SLADE his wife; The Unknown Bradford Efherldge, ,Florida'3154tchg for cash on the front lobby of the f/k/a DIANE C. JONES; and NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF
Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, County Main Courthouse of the Bradford County DESSIE JACKSON. ORDINANCE BY THE
4/05 Cont. No. 395
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT llenors. Creditors Trustees or Other ; Courthouse, located at 945 N. Temple Defendants.ORDER TOWN COUNCIL OF THE

COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Claimants claiming by through underor NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Avenue, Starke, Florida at 11:00: o.m.. OF SERVICEBY TOWN OF BROOKER FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA against JAMES VERNON SLADE and REGISTER on..the 26th day of April 1990 the property PUBLICATION .
PROBATE DIVISIONFILE BARBARA JEAN SLADE who are not FICTITIOUS NAME described In Exhibit "A" hereto asset This cause came to be heard upon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on April

NO: 90-I3-CI known to be dead or alive; WILLIAM L. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida forth In- sold Summary Final Judge Plaintiff's Motion for Order of Service by 18, 1990 at 7:30: p.m., the Town Councilof
DIVISION UMPHENOUR and The Unknown Heirs ment of Foreclosure. the Town of Brooker. Florida in
: 1-4148 ; Statutes, notice is hereby given that the Publication and It appearing that this
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF Devisees, Grant., Assignees, llenors undersigned Derek Alvarez Rt. 4, Box EXHIBIT"A" action has been brought for the enforcement regular session to be held at the Brooker

ANNA LEE VAN NETTA Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants 278 Stark., Florida sole owner, doing Description: of a lien against real property Town Hall Brooker Florida will consider .
Deceased. claiming by through under or againstWILLIAM business under the firm name of ARTISTIC A parcel of land containing 4.87 acres situated In Bradford County within theMiddle the following ordinance on second
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONSTATE L. UMPHENOUR who Is not PHOTOGRAPHY Rt. 4 Box 278,' lying In the NWI/4 of Section 26 District of Florida and describedas reading and proposed passage thereof.
OF FLORIDA known to be dead or alive; Stark. Florida intends Township 5 South Range 21 East Brad- follows: ORDINANCE NO. 90.2
32091 to
registersaid
COUNTY OF ALACHUA Defendants. fictitious name under the aforesaid ford County Florida said parcel being A parcel of land lying in the West One AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION
Th. administration of the Estate of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO statute. designated as parcel 3 on a survey Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 4D) OF ORDINANCE 1989.7 REGARDING

ANNA LEE VAN NETTA Deceased File : James. Vernon Slude and The Dated this 13th day of March. A.D., prepared by M.G. McMillan PLS No. 391 22 Township 6 South Rang 22 FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT; PRO
Number -13.CP. Is pending In the Circuit Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, 1990. In Bradford County. and dated April 4, 1978 and also being East Bradford County Florida said VIDING FOR APPEAL TO THE TOWN
Court for Bradford County Florida Assignees, Llenors Creditors Trusteesor described as follows COUNCIL OF
3/15 4tpd 4/05 parcel being more particularly describedas THE! TOWN OF BROOKER
Probate Division the address of whichIs Other Claimants claiming by Commence at the Northeast corner of follows FLORIDA.

: Bradford County Courthouse, P.O. through under or against James Vernon said NW 1/4 and run South 00 degrees, 31 Commence: at the Southwest corner of Said proposed ordinance may be inspected -

Box B, Stark., Florida 32091 the name Slade, who Is not known to be dead or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE minutes and 00 seconds West along the said Section 22 and run Easterly along by the public at the Brooker

and address of the Personal Representative alive; address unknown, but whose last EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Easterly boundary thereof 1302.56 feet; the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 Town Hall. Brooker. Florida during the
thence
North 89 degrees, 16 minute and
Is: address was c/o Gateway Community IN AND FOR 50 seconds West 330.14 feet to the Pointof feet, more or less, to the Easterly. boundary hours of 9:00: a.m. to 12:00: Noon on
ANNA LEE SCHWARTZ P.O. Box 1427 Services, 1245 Jessie Street Jacksonville BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Beginning. From Point of Beginningthus of Old Lawtey Road thence North Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays.All .
High Springs, Florida 32643.
Florida CASE NO: 90-15-CA described continue North 89 0007' East along said Easterly boundary Interested parties may appear at
and the Personal set forth Representative's below. attom.v YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to IN RE: The Marriage of degrees. 16 minutes and 50 seconds 700.00 feet to an Iron pipe on the the meeting and be heard with respectto
are foreclose a mortgage encumbering the RICHARD GLENN MYER, of line of Donna the proposed ordinance.
All Interested are required to West 330.14 feet; thence North 00degrees. Southerly right way
file with this Court persons within three ((3)) mon following Florida property In Bradford County Husband 33 minutes and 24 seconds Street (also known as Jenkins Street); CHARLENE THOMAS, CLERK

ths of the first publication of this notice : and East 642.02 feet; thence South 89 thence run N 8939' East along sold Itchg 3/22; Control No. 406
:
1. All claims the Estate and Block One ((1)) In Hampton Section 19 DONNA JEAN MYER degrees, 25 minutes and 32 seconds Southerly right of way line 371.82 feet to
against ,
2. Any objection by an Interested person ford Township 7 South, Rang 22 East Brad- Wife. East 320.93 feet; thence South 00 an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of way Classified Ads
to whom notice mailed that County Florida. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO degrees 32 minutes and 17 seconds line of Tom Hall Street (also known as
challenges the validity was of the will, the hat been filed against you, BARBARA : DONNA JEAN MYER. 6421 BaylorAvenue West 642.90 feet to the Point of Beginning. Church Grade); thence run S 0749' W Get Results!
JEAN SLADE The Unknown Heirs Florida.
; Keystone Heights .
qualifications of the Personal Representative along said Westerly right of way line
venue, or jurisdiction of the Devise, Grant., Assignees, Llenors, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Subject to an easement to A.T. ( T. as 85.35 feet; thence run N 8939' East 40.41
Court. Creditors, Trustees of Other Claimants for dissolution of marriage and recorded In ORB. 60 P. 64 of the public feet to an Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO claiming by, through under or against other relief has been filed against you In records of said County. way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun

FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. BARBARA JEAN SLADE. who Is not the above-styled Court and you are required Above described parcel being conveyed N 0749' E along laid Easterly right of
JAMES L. PENDLAND JR. known to be dead or alive; WILLIAM L. to serve a copy of your written with a right of ingress and egress way line 154.50 feet to on iron pipe and

Attorney for PersonalRepresentative UMPHENOUR; and The Unknown Heirs, defenses' If any to it on TERENCE M, over the following described parcel: the Point of Beginning; thence continueN

Devisees, Grantees,Assignees, llenors, BROWN ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown, A strip of land 30 feet In width lying 15 07*49' E along said Easterly of
right
Post Office Box 1560 Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants P.A.. Post Office Box 40, Stark., Florida32091.0Q.40. feet on each side of the following line 77.25 feet to Iron In a non-leap year,the middle day
High Springs, Fl 32643 claiming by through under or against on or before the 7th of May described centerline: way thence 1 leave said Easterly an right of pipe; of the year Is July 2.
Florida Bar No. 152270 WILLIAM L. UMPHENOUR who Is not 1990 and file the original with the Clerkof Commence at the Northeast corner of way -
line and N 89"3900" E 202.07 feet
((904)) 454.3114. known to be dead or alive; and you are this Court either before service on said SE1/4 of NWI/4 and run South 00 run to Come With Us
an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 Worship
3/15 2tchg 3/22!: Cont.!No. 399 required to serve a copy of your written the above-mentioned attorney or Immediately degrees, 31 minutes and 10 seconds
of the 1/4 of SW
SW 1/4 thence S
! defenses If any to It on Kent Ridge S thereafter, otherwise a West along the Easterly boundary ; run BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCHCorner
00'51'02" W said
thereof 1317.56 feet to the Point of along Easterly line
STARKECITORCHOFGOrr Crawford whose address
plaintiff's ,
attorney entered for
default will be
is against you Beginning of said centerline. From Point 76.50 feet to on Iron pipe; thence leave of Pratt and ChristianSun.
: the relief demanded In the Petition. said East line and S 8939' W 211.47 t
" ol Beginning thus described run North 89 run
225 Water Suite 900
Street School 9:45
WITNESS hand and the official seal am
422 N.St.Clair WsMeetfWJWff! p9Wksonvllle| Florida 32202 .." my" >< degrees, 16 minutes and 50 seconds feet to the point 'yf b.plr'tlng.ond' .
"cl thtrcotrf, the l3rtf1Way: f-'Mtrch. Sun.
"an' West along said centerline, 1060 feet/ ft fuYlher'oppBaring; : that Defendants : Morning Worship1t:00 am ,
before
on or April 21990 and file the ""
John Sprotlln. Pastor 1990. thence North 82 45 John Goodman Sun. Evening Service 7:00
degrees, minutes and N. and Diane C. pm I
with the Clerk of this Court.Ith.r
original
We Invite you to Wo/sh/p with us CLERK OF THE COURTBy 21 seconds West along said centerline, Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones cannot Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
before service on plaintiff's attorney l
Attended Nursery : Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk 260 feet more or less to the Easterly be served within the State of Florida;

I Sund.y School .?_???_?. 10 sm or default Immediately will b.thereafter; otherwise TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. boundary of the right of way of a County I'that it Is not practicable to serve them Pastor Ronald Hannah
_. a enteredagalnstyou TERENCE M. BROWN PA.A. Graded Road and the end of said and Asst. Pastor
Morning Worship ?? -?? 11 sm for the relief demanded in the personally; they have not voluntarily John Leshuk
.... .._ .._. com Attorney for HusbandP.O. centerline.
Evening Service ? ?? Spin appeared herein; ill is therefore
I Wednesday Youlh ......_....._.... 730pm plaint WITNESS or petition.my hand and the seal of this Box 40 DATED THIS 9th..! .day.of.March 1990. Proclaiming The Blood The Boot, Blessed Hope
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I FURNITURE FOR SALE SERVICESHOUSECLEANING.W..klv. NOTICE YARD SALE MOBILE HOMES

TWIN BEDS.Complete. Excellent condi SATELLITE SYSTEM.Repossessed due to monthly or FOR SALE _
tion. Shlpwhael headboardu. $180. divorce-still under warranty. Nothing lust once. 4734055. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- FACTORY SALE Pont, shirt, short.,
4751310. ltpd3-22 down. $39/mo. 12721031. 4tchg/3-l5-22-29-4-5 milled to the Union County Time office dye*. Lake Butler Apparel Company IN FLORIDA
In 2nd St. lake Butler, Florida. LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT
IINGOt.Sundavafl.rnoon 12 noon to 5p.m. writing and paid In advanceunless 650 S.E. down. 14wid. '
4tchg3-8-15-22
Saturday night al 7 ., credit I I. already establishedwith Sat. March 24, 8 a.m. tll 5 p.m. Itchrg. AN new homes live percent -
HELP WANTED"CAREER SATELLITE SYSTEM Like new 6 mo. old p.m.American this office. 3/22 .. start at $500 down doublewldesat
Legion 21 N.lpd283.29 .
w/tcrambler. Nothing down. $49/mo. Highway $800 down. Call 7555115. Circle B
THE
TIMES STAFF CANNOT Bl HELD
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IN 12721018. 4tchg3 8 '15-22-29 Homes, Lake City, Fl.
train. Call
REAL ISTATE-We SEWING MACHINI-Not RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
1973 12x70-Jackt Mobllehome, working Dan'tpanic. CARS AND TRUCKS 28'x70 with
Dean FOUR BEDROOMS Big 1990
Weaver, Watson Really Corp. Call Swindell 4737862. Workguaranteed. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
REALTORS, 473.4816 or 47S2272.6mochgll30S30 :3BR/2BA good condition. CH/A goes Used machlnei. and THE TELEPHONI.Classllled plywood floors, wood siding shingle
w/troller.WSOO obo. Call 475.5664 $50 redone. New roof plus free delivery and set-up.
up. 4tchg3-l,22 deadline I I. MONDAY, 5 77 FORD F-100 Completely
NURSES AIDE.Part-time to go lull-time alter 5 p.m. Ztchg3-15-22 ROOFING AND REPAIR-Quality work at P.M., prior to Thursday publication. everything from front to back'and $290 per month. Call 7555114. Circle B
for mall rest home. Able to work all CONDO-Geneva Springs-2BR/2BA, Last reasonable rates. Call at Minimum charge 15 word for$3.50. under the hood. Call and make an oiler Homes, Lake City Fl.
I shifts and weekends. 473-2881. one built by builder Bud Emery, LR 475-2977 or 473.3480 George home). then 15 cent for each word thereafter I 964-8791 ask for Jason. TFN. BANK RIPOS 1985'" and up.
(
DR Kitchen and Utll. Room Garage. Doublewldes, $1OOQ down.
I 4tchg3 15-22 29/4-5 4tchg3/8-15-22-29 17 FORD TEMPO 5ap. silver 2 door good
II ADULT.Part-lime to assist In Pro Shop al 4752052. 7 am.1130 p.m. TRACTOR WORK-Bushhogglng back HELP WANTED condition. stereo/caMette, take overpayment Slnglewldes $500 down. Everyone can
KH Golf and Country Club afternoons. 41chg3.1 5.22-29/4-5 blade and disking $25.00 hour .. Call 964-8791 or 964-6713, buy. Bad credit or no credit. Call
ELECTRIC STOVE-As Is. $20. 473.3609 or per
Call 755-5114. Circle B Homes, Lake City Fl.
473-4S40. for Moore or Scott. free estimates. 473-4849. ask for Jull. TFN.REAL.
I tchg3.22RESPONSIBLEperson 473.0867. ATTENTION-HIRING! Government |oblyour 1990 DOUBLEWIDI 24'x44' Three
for g.n.ralmalnl.nanc. CABLE SPINET-Piano recently tuned. I 22-29 area. 1784069485. Call bedroom 2 bath wood siding shingleroof '
.. Approx. 4 hour p.r $800. 4730458. 1 tpd3.22 ADULT CARE-State licensed laundry, 16028388885. Ext. R9127. 3tpd. 3/1 ESTATENEW plus fr.. delivery and set-up.
housekeeping excellent meal Twoopenings
KAYPRO II MK-Self-contained Keyboardand NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS full and
week at Keystone Village Square. For 14995. Call 7555114. Circle B Homes,
more information call Nancy G'ville Monitor double floppy disk soft Retirement available April I, McRae part time. Lake Butler Apparel Corn- BLOCK HOME plus/ 2 acre Also Lake City. Fl. Ads 3/1 4tchg. 3/22
373-1700.. 1tchg3-22 ware. Gemini 15 dot Maytrlc printer. Home 4732881. pony. 650 S.E. 2nd St. Lake Butler. 1,2 a 3 ocr. lot*. Call J.J. Parrlth at 1990 21X704 bed 2 bath, free setup and
First $400 takes It I TRS 80 Color Com JACKIE'S 4tchg3-8-15-22-29 496-3035. after 5 p.m. 4tpd. 3/8. 3/29 del. for only $285 a month. Call Mitch
NOTICE puter Il/Dltk drive 2 super laY sticks Office. CLEANINC-Servlce. Home or PERSONAL SERVICESWELL 3 BR, 2 BA, BRICK HOMI CHA double Joe or Jim at Uncle ray's Mobile Hom ,.
tint $125 takes III Super starter set heavy Reasonable rates. Light or carport above ground pool w50 9043645197. ".
cleaning Phone 4737912.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted 473-7140.v.n. or leave message. 4lchg3-8-15-22-29 DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- acre of land. Will tell home and 2 or DELUXE D90 SKYLINE DOUBLEWIDE lop-

to the, Lake Region Monitor office ONI CALL-We'll do It all. Housecleaning man Well and Septic Tank Inc.- 284 mar. acre separately. Call 7529473. tiding, shingle roof fireplace and
In writing and paid In advance HOMES FOR SALE painting yardwork small Call Inch water well. Pump- sales, ser much more for only $270 per month.
un I.... credit It already established Robert or Shirley. Exper.repairs.Refs. vice. Installation septic tank, lift FOR SALE Call Mitch or Joe. Uncle Roy' Mobile
with this office.MONITOR 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH-Fam.Rm., DR, Scr 473-0713. 4Ipd31522.294.5HOUSECLEANINGRef.r.nc. stationsNew Installation dralnlleld Homes9043645197..
STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Deck 2 sheds on oak-shaded lot. lake ... We do repairs. Contact Bryan (Skeeter) 1990 14XSO 3 bed. 2 bath for only $166
1 DRAWTITI HITCH for full
size truck.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Hutchison access. Paved road city some windows. Call 473-4050. Ask for Jones-275-2004- Jones- 2752716. per month. Call Mitch or Jim at Uncle
$80. call Jason
9648791.
at tin.
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER water CA fireplace. 32000. Owner Robin. 3tpd3-22-29/4-5 Alter 6 p.m.State licensed- workguarenl.ed. Roy's Mobile Homes- 9043645197.
THE TELEPHONE. fin available. 473.4616 or 47J-4606. HOMES PAINTED-Reasonable free estimate 1/25 Stpd. 10 PC. PITT CROUPnever used over 1990 14 WIDE only $6993 F.O.B. Call Joe
prices.Call $1800 value,
sacrifice
Classified deadline l la 11:00: a.m. Tuesday ltpd/3-15 us for free estimate 4731058. 2/22 then/ tin 2tchrg. 2/22.3/22. $695. 4962934. or Mitch. Uncle Roy' Mobile Homes
prior to Thursday' publication. ltpd3-22 Fill DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock light 9043645197.
Minimum charge$3.50 for 15 words ANIMALS LET US PRESSURE-Wash home. poles, well or package deal.. Culvert PIANO FOR SALEWonted: Responsible 24X44 3 BED 2 BATH free setup and del.
then 15 cents for each additional word Prices start at just $29.95.your Phone B dozier work. Call 275-2268 7 a.m.-7 Party to take on small monthly only $175 p.r month. Call Mitch Jim or
If bills are mailed out, there will be a 473-1058. ltpd3.22CHRISTIAN p.m. 275-2197 after 7 p.m. 14tpd. 3/1 payment on piano. See locally. CallManag.r Joe. Uncle Roy's Mobil. Home
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AMERICAN PITBULL-Puppies w/papers at 618-234-1306
.
$3.00 anytime.3tchrg. 9043645197. 38329.
billing charge.Mailing shots. Very best quality. 473.7740 after GENTLEMAN 56 years of WHY RENT? HOMES FOR $1.00. Re- 3/15, 3/29. 4tchrg.
address P.O. Box $150 1 come to Sid's Mobile Home
: 1171
up
Keystone Hit.. FL 32656AUTOMOBILES 5pm. 2tpd315.22 age 6'1",200 Ibs widowed,divorced, Gov't give away programs! For CHOW-CHOW PUPPIES For Sale, Coll Park or call 496.3715 .v... Itpd. 3/22
PUPPIES-6 wkt., 2 males black lab/ger- Intelligent flexible,elegant,, romantic, Information.. 5046490670. Ext. R- 496-2909 day or night. 2tpd. 3/15.3/22. 12X69 Parkwood 2 bed 2 full bath,
man shop., wormed. Asking $15. Alto don't drink, smoke ordodrugs. Needs 9579.13 38 X 132 Greenhouse 2- year old. in w/oc, Excellent condition must tee to
female 2 yrt. old. 4732152. ltchg3-22 sweet lady to bury her pride and NETTLES TREE SERVICE:All types tree lake Butler $8500. Possible land lease appreciate, terms by owner.
1983 PONTIAC-6000, LE, 62.000 miles. answer this quality ad to be his friend work. 496-1326. 17 agreement Call 496-2543. Itpd. 3/22. 496-3027.Itpd..
Excellent condition. $2,500. 4734489. FOR RENT and his wife til Jesus calls us home. 14X70 3/2 Sell (without land)or rent on 1
Write P.O.Box 783 Keystone Heights,
.
acre. 496-2589.1tpd. 322.NETTLES
1971 TRANS AM-Good for
parti. Bear
or call Don, 473-0301. 6 am HI I 9.30
Whitetail and Shaketpeore Recurve MOBILE HOMES-Partially furnished 2 or 3
bowt-$200. 473-9131.ltpd3-22 bedrooms.$135.$150 per month. SR pm. Recent photo please. 1 II'FOOD STORESWhere

WE PAY CASH-For junk cord I And we 100. across from Lake Geneva. Call FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR DRAGGIN
will pick up'' 4731058. ltpd3-22 473.7566 or 4737810. HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL?? LaRue TREE

--- 4mos.pd10264'590IN Leveling Service for all your founda- People Make It Happen Is Now accepting
TOWN--One BR/one B, CH/A tion 4737721. TFN SERVICERemoval
YARD SALESNEED repairs.
$240/mo. $75. deposit. Call 4734961. applications for"Manager & Asst. Manager Trainees
Sales Clerks. "Full or Part Time" All Shifts. '
TO HAVE-a yard tale but don't 4tchg3-8-15-22-29 BOATS FOR SALE Pruning, ,
want the hassle" Call ut at the, PACKRAT MOBILEHOME-Two Bedroom good loca Benefits: Profit sharing pension plan, paid vacation _Trimming, De-mossing
Get na of it all at once for a fair tion. 473-2658, after 4 p.m. 2tpd3-15 14 FT. STUMPKNOCKER-25 Horse, elec. sick leave and credit union. Health Insurance Firewood
price. 473-2163 for appointment. GENEVA SPRINGSCondo2BR2BA. LR. start Johnson 585 Minn Kota Trailer available.
3tchg2/8.15-22.3-I .DR, Util.Room. comp kitchen A/C Boat motor and traller-SI ,200. Lake Butler Worthington Springs Lake City Stores Specializing in Removal of
LARGE-Sale-Saturday, March 24, V a.m. garage, $495. 4752052. 4737482. ltpd322HELP for Dan erous Trees
to 4 p,m. Hi ntley-JIffy Store, SR-21, 4tchg3-l 5-22-29/4-5 applications. FREE Estimates
two mile North of Keyttone. ltpd3-22 CLEAN 2 BR. 1 1/2 BATHS Mobile Homeon REFERENCES REQUIRED Licensed & Insured

CLOTHES-Toyt and much morel Sat. Immokalee Road. $250/Mo. plus WANTED Call Thomas D. Nettle.
March 24. Beachvlewoff Fairway ((1 damage deposit 473-2566. 496-1328 Lake ButlerAFFORDABLE
block from Woman's Club)1tpd3-22) 13WHY ?Ie ;
4-FAMILY-8 a.m. Saturday. Corner of RENT? HOMES FOR $1.00. Re- Pizza Hut of Starkeis Tie '
Women's Club Rd. and Orchid. Crafts, pos. Gov't give away programsl) For A heat
clothing tires, mltc. 1tchg3-22 Information 504-649-0670, Ext. R- accepting pumpio !
SAT. 9-12-355 Grove Street Bicycle, golf 9579. 13David applications For -
clubs rotisserie, garnet elec skillet

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DURRANCE PUMP & SUPPLY the field years of heating and air

conditioning. Should be familiar .
with larger commercial A .

refrigeration-type units. Pay beginsat
GOULDS $8.31 per hour. Closing date is

March 28 at S pm. iprjirie
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state retirement plan. Qualified I I 4 8 I I I I I I
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Well Drilling Reception Center P. O. Box 628.
Lake Butler. FL 32054. Equal 1/2 mile south of intersection of US Hwy. 98 & US Hwy 301

Residential & Irrigation Opportunity Employer. Preferencein 4th fastest growing county in Florida
Lie #1305 appointment will be given to

964-7061 864 N. Temple Ave.. Starke eligible veterans and spouses of Tract 1 zoned commercial C-2

Eves &: Weekends: 964-7578 veterans. 'Tracts 2, 3, and 4 zoned agricultural AG .,


r Previously planted in citrus

ABSOLUTE Ideal for mini-mall or a mini-farm

AUCTIONSAT. Traffic count of US Hwy. 301 over 16,000 daily


., MARCH 24 10 AM 659 ft. of frontage on US Hwy. 301

Hercules Incorporated 2460 ft. of'frontage on Townsend Road & a county road '

Surplus Equipment -Perfect homesites for country living with the convenience of Tampa

REALTOR JANE S. USHER stark, FUL I

M.lS Your Union County Realtor 90 MI S UI.I w ol SIll HOaoMmtlocMd Call 1-800-323-8388 for more Information or free brochure
1/2 Ml ott Hwy 301 on.enmnts/Itaot:
[ffvtr/ftf isris take Butler----Lake City 1 CAT ill SUddM i 13IHC/ Dung Trucks
6CIll'/CI' 496-2126 or 755-3500 I JO 750 Tractors 72-71 WM Aulaurt Owner Financing is available on 75% of the purchase price at competitive
15 CAT 05 Tress" I CAT Dye lOP Trade
15 CAT 05 Tractors" t 190505151 4000. T/A market rates and terms. To pre-qualify, call Kevin Mathis at ((813)) 682-4117.
BRAND N E Las than 2 yf old. Owner SCAT Dee Tnon" I 197S Ford F e00. ir
motivatednegotiable t I 3 1i; 1'1.. Central h_ and air. Prlc I CAT DID Tr.cWl. S Cln/ 8-10 IM., 4X4
tft*tot f pjHo J I doll Oo-TncK OLC PrtluuW fxMOt' i S19"UMMy. Fed
-1 ACRI 2 ACRES 3 Acres 4 ACRES-- ACRES 6 ACRES 7 ACRI 1.Iran Muse Pmuum aTniTnefquv. Trts. ,
PARCELS. Owner will finance with$500 down and $150 per month based{on' I 4>' Draplnm fm PAM Tnck OnuM price sale day, sign a real estate sales contract and pay the balance at closing
Dram
Motor Snide AM CMmn Motor Swxf
I acre price. Down payment and monthly payment discounted for mare 3 BOM Stud Swrs OUnsr SEWor Omps in 30 days. Those taking advantage of the owner financing will be required "
acreage purchased. Call for more detail Information.FOR ford!9100 Finn Trade 4 tow*OlS DM Wills .
RENT OR SALI with owner financing available. 3-Story house, 2 I CaWs OltM: Tils to deposit an additional 10% at closing.
blocks from Main Street. Plus over 50 pieces of reforestation and related
-3 III JjQMI AND ONI ACM FOR .OWNER BfNSVNCINGiPoymeMs accessories. Many shop Hems and tools deem-
itf yAr !Bft m'rat'IY with NTH ;;.f r\tfor 20500. ed surplus to Hercules. Directions: From'the intersection of 1-75 and US Hwy. 301 in Tampa, Florida, '
Owner s ysiBSBibam dsKvft ; PBT hous% TERMS: Cash or CertlDed Funds Only. Proper
s pV repairs.
Call for more Information. payme Bank Letters of Guarantee Accepted with Company .travel north'on US'Hwy. approximately. 25 miles to sale site on right. From
or Personal Checks. Call Auction Co. for
.Needs 3 BEDROOM repairs.2 BATH FRAME HOMIi Owner financed at 10% Interest. irtlo. All owned by Hercules. Dade City, travel south on US Hwy. '301 for 3 miles to sale site on left. "

INSPECTION: March 20 through Sale Day. .
FOR RENTi 2 Bedroom I bath brick house Includes central heat and air .I

Appliances extra large lot. Near hospital. Call Jan. S. Usher 496-2126 iron Hone Auction CompanyP Inspection: You may inspect the.property iiI_ Kowtll Realty&Auction<..Inc. '
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PHONE 964-7776
AUCTION: April 1, 1990. 1 pm. Shop 19 FOOT SEA BREEZE BOA Twlth Cuddy r Iml
Sell-Out The Ole Trunk 1984 MOBILE WOLFF TANNING BEDS: Commercial
Antiques HOME FLEETWOOD doublawlde Cabin, 75 hp Chrysler. $1200. Call
and home units from Lamp, 205 N. Temple. Starke
Gilt Shoppe 320 East Call SL. with all the extras. $19,000 782-3377 $199.00.
Starke. Bring your lawn chairs! Ron balance and $1000down. Assume the '88-89 STUMPKNOCKER II: Stereo lotions accessories. Monthly pay

Jones Auctioneer. AUOOQQ371.CARSfrRUCKSVANS. loan. Will pay to have moved to your console 35mm oil Injection, PT/PT, color ments low as$18.00.1-800-228-6292.Call today,FREE Cecelia Terwiuefiai .....HOMES....
lot. Call 373-3423 alter 4pm, or 964- built-in cooler, rod box live woll, front catalog.
OWNER ANXIOUS Must Sell! lam
9115 20CEDAR Broadway Street, 4 BR, 2 BA large room
during the day. ,4 deck operator trolling motor galvanized LOG HOME DEALERS REDUCED500000. Creative financing. $54,300
14X70 MOBILE HOME: FOR SALE BY : trailer, new battery. All like new,
1937 CHEVETTE: Excellent condition OWNER. Take of$250/ $3995 or best oiler. 964-8950. WANTED: Western Red or Northern CYPRESS STREET 2 BR, 2 BA Brick/Block home, fully furnished nice
up payments
Call I 964-5200 or 533-2805 after 6 Month. White Cedar. Two sales per month neighborhood. $44,800
964-5948 after 5 p.m. Mon 8"OCALA
o'clock. 2 Fri., anytime weekends. generates 6-digit Income. Training HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOME wltha beautiful view of Lake Sampson
'87 CAMARO: Black A/C. auto,AM/FM, 4 on I) available. $2500 deposit refunded on Located In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA Central Heat pump carpeted, Insulated

Power B/S...Runs good. New tires / FREE FREE FREE Credit Check and first sale.Cedardale Homes P.O. Box windows, skylights, mahopany ext doors, sunken tub, ceiling fans,
86,000. 37'ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT Pre-a on mobile home loans. 19425GreensboroN.C.27419.9198541752. 2205 sq. ft. living area, 1537 s.f. wrap around porch must see to appreciate.
SEIZED Call Bruce at 755-5114. Circle B 20 Owner financing to a quallfed buyer. $105,000.
VEHICLES from $100. Fords. Mercedes Homes, Lake City, FL. 4 WHOLESALE DEALERS LOG HOMES: GRAHAM 1325 s.f..3 BR/1 1/2 BA, living room, dining & kitchen combo. 10
Corvettes Chevys. Surplus 1990 NATIONAL FOREST: wooded National log home manufacturing
DOUBLEWIDE old. CH/A. 2 Ac.
24x44 yrs.
3 BR $69,500
: 2 BA.
lots river of America's finest
Buyers Guide, Call access. $5950 has all
1-602-838-8885 Wood siding and each. No company PRESTIGIOUS HOME In the of Stark. 4 floors,
Ext. R 17283. 2 free shingle roof plus money down. $71.41 month. Owner. lines starting at$8772. Great earning city BR 3 BA fireplace wood
delivery and set up. 14995. Call many extras. 609 W. Call Street. $125.000
ATTENTION GOVERNMENT SEIZED 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438'' TFN potential+commissions not inter-
VEHICLES from $100. Fords. Mercedes 755-5114, Circle B Homes.' Lake City, lere with present employment Cad NEAT AND CLEAN Close to prisons. 3 BR/2 BA large living room separate
I FL TIMESHARE
Corvetts, 4' UNITS-DISTRESS SALES Mr.Johnson toll free.18003215647.THE dining room central heat, window air, 1 1440 sf, doublewlde. work shop 20x30
Chevys Surplus. BANK REPOS and Cheap!) !) World Wide
Cheapll selections
Buyers Gulda. : 1985' I.Jp. Double- ORIGINAL OLD-TIMER LOG all on well landscaped 1 1/4 Ac. $29,500
A. 3493. 1-602-838-8885.2 Ext wide. $1.000 On. PmL Singlewide, Call Vacation Network today. 1- HOMES AND SUPPLY INC. 1901 COUNTRY CLUB AREA BR, 21/2 BA. Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub Immaculate
ATTENTION: GOVERNMENT HOMES $500 dn. pmt, Everyone can buy In 800-826-7844 NAIL 1-800-826-1847 Logue Road, Mt. Juliet. TN 37122. cond. $125,000
from $1.00 credit or no credit. Call 755-5114, FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 STRAWBERRY ACRES Nice mobile home manicured 150'x210',
(U-Repair on nearly lot
) Delinquent
Circle B Homes, Lake City. FLLOWEST FOR SALE; A historic Cedar Key; water
property Repossessions. 1-602-838- 4 front home, 2 bedroom 1 bath large HOMES FOR SALE new roof central heat/air with 3 bedrooms $23,900
8885, Ext. GH. 3493. 2 DOWN PAYMENT IN FLOR- utility with washer/dryer, partially furnished CHEAPER THAN RENTI! Immaculat., furnished 3 bedroom IV bath mobile

FORD VAN: 1987, SWB red, AT. Air 8 IDA: All new homes 5% Down. 14 and appliances.V.A.approval. FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR 1 1/2 Bath home w/separote recreational room equipped with stove 8 frig separate
cyl.,Classy I Many extras.Only 26,000 wides start at $500 down Double- Owneroccupied.$70s.9045436164. CB home.Living room.dining.kitchen, garage, beautifully landscaped lot on Grlffit Loop. $ 19,600.
miles. Too fancy for Mom's lifestyle. wides at $800 down. Call 755-5115, 10IIUGE large family room w/fireplace and built- NW 65th AVE. 3 bedroom 1 bathS acres. Home has new,20 yr. roof, freshly

10000... 964-7138 or 964-4402. Circle B Homes, Lake City, FL. SAVINGSI! Cut Mortgage Pay- in bar. Screened In back porch, small painted Inside. Owner says, 'Make an Offer"I'

'83 DODGE ARIES K-4 Cyl.. 4 ments In Half! Stop Paying Rent! For pool. Fenced backyard, bam w/elec- GREAT LOCATION-GREAT PRICE: 4 bedroom, 2 bath, with a large family room
Good. $900 OBO. 964-6509.Auto Runs 1990 28x70 4BR/2 B\ Free set up & complete details, call our 24-hr. re- tricity. 964-5647. 18 located In the city. 59,300..
delivery Only $235/Mo. Call Mitch cording ((512)) 554-9164. Dept. 23. CEDARHOMEOn4.47ac.11I2storywloft. : / 315 WALNUT STREET: Good rental property.3 homes:
Jim or Joe. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Free Valuable Gift. 10WANTED 2 BR. 2 BA CH/A Stone fire- S ACRES Union County with 2 BR/1 BA t'rame home fenced with pecan trees.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Sales, 9043645197. 4 .. I .. place. Many extras! No assum. mtg. Good grazing land. Estate closeout. CALL FOR DIRECTIONS AND DETAILS.
:' : jnENT-LEASE-SALEr" i DELUXE 1990 SKYLINE D/W: Lap sid- \ ; 'f Call 964-3131 after6p.m.Appts.onlyl UNION COUNTY Immaculate 3 BR/I 1/2 BA Brick home off 100W. Well J

ing shingle roof fireplace. Much, ', ", .f '.. ,.1 ATTENTION GOVERNMENT HOMES manicured lawn with complete MH hookup all on 1 Ac. Creative
FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED much more.Only$270/Mo.Call Mitchor from 14 (U-Repalr). Delinquent tax financing. $49,900
1000 sq ft fast food location across Joe. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home LOOKING FOR A FEMALE BLOOD property Repossessions.' Call 1-602- ELEGANCE IN THE COUNTRY 3 BR, 1 ba. concrete block window treatments,

from KOA/Wal Mart, 964-8848 eve Sales, 904-364-5197. 4 HOUND.We have a male,blooded 838-8885 Ext. GH 17283.16 3 ceiling fans, CH8A stove, refrig, DW garage wood floors Andersen windows
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 199014x803 BR/2 BA.Only$166/Month. redbone bloodhound. Would like to HOME IN LAWTEY: 4 BR 2 BA. Approx.
brick
carpet rose garden, Ig. patio area BBQ grill smoker Lazy Susan
FOR SALE OR RENTWarehouseofficespace Call Mitch or Jim.Uncle Mobile' breed for or if have a
: Roy's
puppy you puppy 2 acres fanced outbuildings.$75,000.Call table, hothouse, tool shed ,
sep. pumphouse beautifully landscaped.
: 3000 sq It. located at Enter Home Sales. 904-364-5197. for sale. Please call 964-5647. 782-3619.: 16
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE GENEVA
prise Park next to Sunshine' Industries 4 11MATURE IN KINGSLEYLAKE AREA :
: 3 Bedrooms.
Contact Diane Ely, 964-5294 1990 14' Wide, $6995 FOB. Call Mitch or LADY WANTS PART TIME 2 baths. Separate dining room, large Beautiful cont.mporary 2-story cedar redwood home. ISO' of lakefront 4
TFN 3PROFESSIONAL Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales, WORK 4-5 hours between 8:30 am & screened patio double carport BR/3 BA. 3400sf CH/A fireplace, glass enc. sunroom wot tub, sauna
OFFICE SPACE FOR 904-364-5197. 4 1:30: pm. Monday Friday Call 964- rate utility room. Located on one sepa-acre greenhouse, sprinkle sys., Ig. deck, floating deck. $239,000
RENT: Up to 1600 sq. ft.Will remodelto 24x44 3 BR/2 BA. Free set-up and deliv 8813.11MISCELLANEOUS landscaped lot. Call 964-5200 day 'immaculate yr. old brick home with 3 BR/2 1/2 BA. 2300 sf. CH/A. 97' of

suit or rent. Negotiable. On Hwy ery. l75/Month. Call Mitch Joe or time 533-2805 after 6 p.m. lakefront dbl. fireplace, walking distance to town. $199,000
301 next to Lil Skeeter's & Insurance Jim. Uncle Roy's Mobile Home Sales, ATTRACTIVE BRICK 3 BR/2 BA well Prestigious\ BR/5 BA 3500 sf. 3 decks, CH/A, BOO' of paved driveway, 100'
World. 18007717283. TFN 904-364-5197. 4 maintained home on Mimosa Drive. of lakefront sprinkle sys., REDUCED 25000. OWNER FINANCING.

137.139 E. CALL STREET: 3500 sq, ft. DOUBLEWIDE: On Large Lot. 4 BR 2 CRUISE THE ST. LAWRENCE. SA- Convenient location; quiet neighbor 293'of lakefront, 315' on SR 100. buy all or some. REDUCED 20000. OWNER
BA. In Brooker. 37500. Owner FINANCING.
will
ground floor. Loading front and rear. negotiate. 485-2685.485-2884. TFN GUENAY AND OTTAWA RIVERS: hood. 69000. Call Trevor Waters, ...LOTS 8 ACREAGE...
Century 21 Showcase Properties,
Rent option. 3566849. 3
and
3,5 7 cruises aboard elegant
VERO BEACH: Award winning professional 4 night Romantic- Broker. 473-4903. 16 3 ACRES With 3 septic tanks, 2 power poles, 4" submerged pump REDUCED
1987 26X60 DOUBLEWIDE replica steamships.
Mobile from $17,000 to $12.000
office building for sale. 2,951 Home. Assume cities,the world-famous 1000 Islands,
I.t. Easy access to beachslde or payments. Call 468- WANT A GETAWAY PLACE: 190' on Sampson Lake. 160' on road. 170'
2180.4 the International Seaway and Locks Ads
westside. $350,000. Call ((407)) 778- whale-watching and magnificentfoods. Classified deep. $25,000
8555 or 231-0250. 3 $519 to $2175 U.S. Dial-a- BESSENT ROAD: 1.38 Ac. city water and sewer
YARD SALES brochure. 1-800-267-7868 toll-free. Get Results! BESSENT ROAD: 3 lots, access to city water and sewer.
ANIMALSPETS'FORISAtEf I < 18 PRATT STREET: 16 lots or 9 acres, access to city water and sewer.

FIVE FAMILIES: Friday and Saturday. 8- HWY It EAST 20 Acc with fish pond, 2 wells, palm trees, septic tank swimming

4 each day. Hwy 301 to SR 16, on pool. Can be bought as one parcel or 4, 5 ac. tracts $60.000
Morgan Road. Boys and girls clothes, I FOR MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city. $10,000
FREE PUPPIES weeks loving
8 old.
SALEI .
: Only all sizes, like new.Adult clothes, baby r WALDO Four lots, city water well. septic 2 power poles. $28,000
kind to animals need call. Chi- -
huhua/Pekin ese 4 ?? Mixed. Call accessories, toys, household items -.: Fill: Dirt 136 CHERRY STREET 200x100'
linens, appliances, much more. HWY 225: One Acre. $5,000
Teresa. 289-7614. 6
7GIGANTIC" Small Loads of Limerock : LOT 9, GOLFAIR ROAD: Country Club Estates, Make Offer $8,700
ONE MALE GOAT: 782-3260. Large or
SALE: Must Move Inventory.New c LAWTEY Five acres 105th Avenue, Good Investment. $15,000
6PUPPIES'
: Free to good home. Mother load arriving. Bedroom suites, < Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH ROAD 20.16 Ac., 3 wells, 2poles. $50,000
Dobia and German Police. -Father dining room suites.Uying room suites WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246, Fla. frontier. ,; $15,000
part
\ allgeoH1 e6fUL *!. st; tots\ of odds sndfijua ram Garage r 10 ACRES Wonderful farming land. Cleared. Rd. 16E, near US 301.2ACRES'Plm.Property"creaOd8'fbne0d \
1'81'1 Bulldog.' ''
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I : 695INSTANT .
i ''ma We 8onalsaif \ ;efreaUcfi'BlVcCJacRsorTvlllo.'Exc.residential : j
6 ? *'yrs Ibffef""fus. Waldo'Roadlh', "*. ". ..' ''. .
FEMALE BLACK CHIHUAHUA: 12 Fairbanks. 375-7577. 7 neighborhood. $49,900 : {
old AKC reg. and spayed Very affectlonatel BIG MOVING SALEStrickland's Wash "GREAT HOME DEVELOPING PROPERTY 20 Lots ((4 ac.) cleared on MurraySt. i
$150. Also have black male ., Baldwin.Water 8 Sewer. Reduced to $59,900.
March 23 & 24. All day 9 am iii 7 pm .
Call 964-8560
for FREE.
spayed cat ,
447 W. Madison
Street, across fronr AFTER HOURS

FREE leave TO message GOOD HOME: 6 : Young hound Winn Dixie, next to Denmark Furni Pauline Randolph . . . . . . . 964-6323
lure. Lots of clothes (adults and chil-
dog May be seen at Rd. 16 W,across drens); toys: many household items; FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST Sandra T.rwillegar . . . . . . 533-2242

from 6328.Keith's Beauty Salon. Call 964- books; etc. 782-3735 or 964-6574.' e Mobile Home Lots with or without septic & Debra Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833

FREE: Beautiful, yellow male cats. Litter SATURDAY 7 MARCH. : Lawtey, one. well hookup Anne Terwlllegar Brown. . . . . . ..4737541Y

box trained. 964-6813' ; or 964-8012. mile on 105 NW. Ave off Highway e Building Lot In Keystone' v

6 125 West. Three families clothes, 200 Acres In Bradford County ................. $1.50O Acre 'P1'P Y Y Y1Y>Yaf,.f>f,.1,.P,> n, .1> >fafif>1>iit> > t Y> r

including Army clothing;baby clothes; 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone

dishes; wood crafts, eto. 7 e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227.. $6.50O Each JK

e Commercial Building on Edwards Rd.

-- e 43 Acre Farm with 3' Br., 2 Ba. Home In TREE AND STUMP N

Gainesville

e 5 Acres on small lake .-$3,000 Acre REMOVAL >!

.,3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In AlachuaCoun' xe


e Lake Santa Fe. 4 Br., 2 Ba. with guest cottage..$185.000 '

e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.0OO Acre : :

e For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake ..... $450.00 Mo.

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Inc. ( I 1 Ifhipkiiig of buying or selling i ? Call ust 964-4544

ERA Faulkner Realty; Hwy. 301 S. ;; I

Located Hwy. 301.2 blocks South of C.R. 100 221 Lafayette St. | STARKE.FL You Full Service Real Estate Office Starke,. FL 1.E.J UUl111IG '1


j NICE 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE on 5 acres In country. Owner will hold mortgage., 3

211-89 .David t* Dodg* Patty K yElderMN* JliomesLot v/Acreage s/Waterfront ,

1 10021 LOT on canal. 15-90 s
I *APPROX. 2 ACRES ON 301 A.I Zoned Commercial. Owner financing. 12-90. 964-5370 N/Farms NConunercial30S 3

I NEW LISTING ((3 lotsEach) 75x200 with privileges to George's Lake. 28.90 Res. C. eril f* *
I APPROX.. 2 ACRES IN CITY with 2 BR. 2 BA.home, this could be. made, Into. 3 BR. | 4 S. CHURCH $T: 3 BR/1 BA From. 8 Brick CH/A Range, Refrig., I
REALTOR Dishwasher 8 Fans, Corner Lot. y
5.90
1 LAWTEV AREA Concrete block. Central H/A, many 'fruit' trees. on on.. acre. for RcsidencerFarm Commerciat;* Business I 676 GARDINER STREET) 2 BR/1 BA frame, stove 8 refrig., nice lot
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34.90 Appraisals LOVELY BRICK HOME4 BR/2 BA, CH/A. stove, refrig' 8 dishwasher 2240 sf;

I LAKE LOTIOn beautiful Hampton Lak. Owner financing. 7-90 I sun deck well 8 septic, 1 ac,
+ALMOST NEW Brick home on 1.5 acres. Directly across from lake. 144-89 BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES I CHURCH STREET- 4BR/2BA CB Home, CH/A. Ig. family room 2148 sf,
I .SAMPSON LAKEi: Must see this Immaculate home on 2 ocr... 173-89, Brick Cedar 2 BR. 2 BA ,ever 2000 sf. I garage, lovely landscaped lot. ,
I THREE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY CLUB LOTS: Call for detail. Fenced, 3 acre pond, 2 barns, garage Many Extras! I ON THE WATER 3BR/2BA Norweigan brick, living dining 8 family rooms,
J *ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE on this brick veneer, 3 BR 1 BA between Stark and -" I CH/A 2310 sf, front and back porches. 2,8 ac. lot :
I HAMPTON LAKE 3BR/2BA frame, family room w/f Ireplace. CHI A. j
Lawt.y.542,000.30.90 .SACRIFICE SACRIFICE! Owner must sell brick 3/2 CH/A. Good creel! I sf '
sf
2184 576 ,
sell. 23.90 workshop landscaped lot.
I 2 lots left, priced to
*GOLf VIEW Only
Owner In Stork. Frame 2/1, Good Income. $18,500
I *LAWTEYr BR 2 1/2 BA on 4 acres. Assumoble mortgage by qualifying. 2090.. Financing. I 6 ACRES OF WOODED PRIVACY 3BR/1 BA. Frame w/porches on all four 1.Id.
renovated Inside and out, 2/1 fenced yard in Starke.
I *ADULT COMMUNITY; Nice 2 BR. 2 BA Doublewlde. 16-90' ->*' *Newly $23,900 I ... Woodburnlng stove, pole barn 24x50, tool shed 8x9 well and septic.
63 Acres of cleared farm land. Older MH, 2 wells. S2.000/OC.
I COMMERCIAL 10 Acre. over 500' frontage on Hwy 301. Has water-sewer and. | I IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BCB Home, two-story. Stove 8 refrig.. AC units,
central beef In Slarke. 100x125 lot. A
Concrete block, 3/1 $39,000 I electric' heat well 8 septic on 1 Ac.
elee. 14.90 Crystal lake Homesltes, CB 3/1 CH8A. range, ref 1300 SF. $42.500 I GOOD RENTAL PROPERTY.
DOUBLEWIDS furnished on 1 plus acre. Partially fenced. $35,000. p Two-story apartment building. 2 BR/1 BA each
IMMACULATE Frame, 1400 sq. ft. 4 BR, 1 3/4 BA Large lot In country. $45,000 I apartment.

I 13.90 AREA Beautiful setting, large oak trees, doublewlci*with built- Assumable Mortgage! Brick, 3 BR/1 1/2 BA. CH/A Rge. Ref< 49900. I COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Salvage Yard w/3 BR. 1 BA CB Home. 12x60
I *KINGSLEY LAKE combination, other extras. 11-90 Highway 16 West, 4/2'1., CH&A, 1496 SF on 1 acre. REDUCED. $54,000 I mobile home, 40x60 aura repair shop 3 septic systems and 4 wells
on workshop and garage 9-90 In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A, All appliances. 2 Car garage, 2000 sf. I w/pumps on 3 acres with frontage on Hwy 301. ,

I I *RD230 It,Nice Building cleared.Lot.Has commercial Slocked fish ponds. Well, septic 8 Excellent neighborhood near the hospital. Corner lot 3/2 CH8A. REDUCED |ON PAVED ROAD 3 BR/2 BA DW Mobile Home, AC Units Elect. Heat
1 *40 ACRES Mostly 196.89 Bessent Road: 3 BR/3 BA All appliances 8 fireplace. CH/A. 2200 sf on 1 Ac. J Stove, refrig. 8 dishwasher, 2 septic tanks and 2 power poles on 4.8 acres.

elect pole.ACREAGE Priced !to FOR sell.SALE With excellent terms for mobile home of house. Bedford Lake, 2/1 CH8A, completely furnished extra nice. 100x300. 12 ACRES IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Doublewlde Mobile Home, CH/A
*SMALL Brick CH8A, over 2000 SF in the country on 2.78 acres. j Stove 8 refrig. on 2 Acres.
158.89 Neat Clean. 2/1, Heat 8 Air, Make appointment to see. $29,900.
I In Town. $475 Month SELECTED PROPERTIES
RENTAL 3 J BR 2 BA, Garage
Starke Historic R.nov. 6BR, 3'h8a. 6 fireplaces. REDUCED.
Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm home: "/2'h Ba on 36 ocr... 120 ACRES- Cty Hwy 225 Near Lawt.y, Planted Pines.
Call One of Our Profess'LonallgTrained Owner Anxious, Make Offer: 4/11/2. over 1500,sf.Close to Starke. I HOME BLDG LOTS Hwy 16W, City Wat.r B Sewage, Owner Financing.
4.lJ069 Excellent Neighborhood' : In Starke. 3/2 CH/A, all appliances, fireplace. NICE. I I HOME BLDO LOTS Shady Oaks S/D, Brooker.
Stqff Todag..9 Over t Acres. Brick 4/2 1/2 CH/A. Fireplace, pver 2100 sf. All appliances. I FOUR I-ACRE TRACTS Brooker, Owner Financing.

After Hours Call These, Realtor( Associates: *' Waterfront Crosby Lake canal. Doublewlde, CH/A. Rge., Ref. 34000. I THREE 2-ACRE RIVERFRONT LOTS Brooker. Owner Financing.
9.1 ACRES Frontage en New River Well 8 Septic.
Handy Man Special: In Stark. Frame 2 BR. $10,000
Irene L. Faulkner..964.5142 MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg. ((1500 sq. ft.) AFTER HOURS: .
Nk'tt' fenced 30 A,cleared. Includes I Weyne Douglas M4-eSM Bill Gnonn **4-eee4
Darlene Godwln..,..4a8-2503 35 Ac. w/fram. 1/2, bqrn approx. tractor. '
Ong a Warren'Woody Ryder..964-9O4O bush hog. disc, and all furniture. Reduced to $88,000 Bill Dodd 964-740B Novls Word 944-7454

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$14.99 INSTRUMENTS.PER MONTH. AS CALL LOW 964-AS HOTEL MANAGER Furnished Apartment THE CITY OF STARKE POLICE DEPARTMENT SU-EL'S- RETIREMENT COMMUNITY!
8948. 12ALUMINUM Small Salary $100 per week. Is now accepting applications Featuring..tiremenlcommunltyand
o NEWSPAPER For additional Information, call 964- for the position of Police Offi home.Licensed supervision 24hoursa
A e558 1 VARIETY sIIM:1.-p": PLATES.Measure 24x36 6305. cer. Must be at least 18 yrs. old and day.Certified nursing asst,first aid.
l)6) Inches.$.50 each. Great for patching ATTENTION-HIRING! Government Jobs certified with police standards with CPR trained staff. We are. a retirvr'
9.11111-6. and repair TELEGRAPH. 135 W. your area. 1784069485. Call 1- State of Florida. Apply City Hall Personnel 'mantcommunity-notanursIng home..
- - - Call St. Starke. 12 602-838-8U85. Ext R 17283. Office, 209 N. Thompson Not affiliated with any religious organlzations. ->

i 25 % OFF FABRIC i HANOI HOUSE PORTABLE buildings, 15MECHANIC Street, 15 .Cell Sue loday.4682618.IIn' .
I WITH FORD EXPERIENCE SALESPERSON FOR RETAIL FRUIT '. 17
storage building,
garage green- NEEDED: Fast growing Ford dealership AND VEGETABLES. WANT TO DRINK; THAT'S
house NO DOWN PAYMENT.: Some experience -
| & WESTERN SHIRTS : 301 South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 Hwy excellent salary and benefits. and references required. Apply .YOUR BUSINESSI! WANT TO
Call Rick, between 8 In STOP? THATS OURSI
This 12 1-259-2298 am person, no phone calls. Wainwright
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X _ _(with:: )L _ "" CARPORT $990.NO DOWN and 5 pm. 15 Produce State Farmers Market, Hwy Alcoholics Anonymous 964-3619.
PART TIME COLLECTOR: Phone and 301 North, Starke. 15 964-4150 8648614.117
FABRIC Yes we have wool, silks, cotton, poly & buildings PAYMENT.Handl 301 South House portable vehicle. $8.00 per hour to aggressive ODD JOBS: Home and Business .repairsand

blend. Muslin for crafts, quilts & pillows 8848 TFN Hwy 12 Starke 984- Individual. If you are interested send { :;W'f-91J; }: I; ; ; construction. Small to large projects. -.
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& Upholstery. We have all types of trims & ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL. Arthur nameandexperience resume to:COLLECTOR Call ODD-JOB.!il648565ori)649622.17 -'
P.O. Drawer A, Starke. FL
notions. We also have home Gaskins, 782-3140. tin 12 .FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.aH utilities '
sewing new sewing MARY'S VARIETY SHOP 32091. 15 DON'T. LET YOUR CHILDS GRADES
machines, plus 3 & 4 spool sergers. We do financethe used furniture appliances.:Sales wicker ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING I MAGNOLIA paid. From HOTEL$37.50 Walnut up weekly.St. ,and self-esteem sink this ye8Cd;
TV"I BOOKSI! income 964-8594. TFN 17
$32,0007year -
sewing machines. carry microwaves III., Alwos, VCR's looking, .You lor such Items.I Details. 1-602-838-8885. Ext potential Bk. Startle 13 in front of Post Office.OUN'S WELL- DRILLING PUMPS A SERVICED

In if wish 3493. 15DEALERS Durranca Pump ft Supply Co Water-
Stop you to sell something. SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home
CRAF7' Let us help you with your craft needs. 304 E. Call St., 9643250. Eveningscall NEEDED TO SELL FAMOUS lots for rent. water, and sewer furnished system specialist 864 N. TempleAve.
WATKINS US
Earn 25-50% .
products. 301. Starke 32091 TFN
iJ We have a large selection of: Silk 964-5813. Don't call after 9cm. Call collect 782-3068. 15 cable ttf available. 762-3333 17
SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call TFN 13 _
flowers, woodcut-outs, wreaths, petal porcelain, 964-9317. 12 DRIVERS-$275-$650 WEEKLY Local or HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems, button-t

modge podge, paints & glue of all types. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1/2 Ao. home- OTR.STRUCTION Train local. 355-5500.CON- rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. holes 7 patches.etc. Drop off and pick

Rhinestones & charms to make your own earrings. site with view of Hampton Lake. Large Comm/Res.: $6$15hrfysub.lnsidelOulslde. All/ Phases. Will TFN 13 up. Pinehurst days a week,7am8pm.9645537. Variety across from.-
oak trees, 2" well
STATE
near public boat EMPLOYEES needahome close
All of craft books. train. 3555500. Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN
types landing.25000.((904)388-6795 after ,EMERGENCY ROOM NURSES to your work? We have dean mobile 17PRESSURE .
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12 homes
5pm. available.
Also, Come in and Browse with us while washing at our NEW OUTBOARD MOTORS a TROLL- NEEDED: 7 pm to 7 am. Work three 13MOBILE call 468-1323. TFN WASHING: Houses; sidewalks -
ING MOTORS: 1989 & 1990 models. days,get paid for full week.For further HOMES FOR RENT ,driveways. Roof Repair Tree
WITH CITY
adjoining laundromat and pick last minute
grocery Call
up your Below mosldealer.lnvolce information, contact Kay Dowling.D Surgeon. 984-6341.) Terry Parks.
items, such as: Bread, Milk, Ice & Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Etc. available. Marine Sales.%Toll financing .O.N. at Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital WATER.1 BATH 064-7498 SEWER.CABLE TFN TV 13, 2 BR TFN 17 '
CHAIN LINK FENCE
159 N. 3rd Street Macclenny. FL- : Installed. Free estimate -
Free 1-800.544-2850.days, 8 am- MOBILE HOMESLOTS WITH CITY
100 S. Across from Southside ( ) 15 *. HANDYMAN FENCE CO.,
Hwy. ElementaryThe 5 pm CST. 12 CORRECTIONAL WATER, SEWER CABLE TV. 964-
OFFICER FOR owner Tommy Reddish, 9648559.STRICKLAND'S .'
TIRES FOR SALE: Four RVT non-dlreo- 7408 TFN 13 TFN 17
COUNTY JAIL: Certified 'Qualifiedand
v tionaJ Gran Prix 12.50x15x33 800 COMFORTABLE 2 BR HOUSE:Has fireplace
work? Contact
to to
miles. $300. Call 964-3939 Ready go SEWING MACHINE
after 5 large yard 782-3344.
Sheriff Kenneth Etheridge. Bradford
keep trying. 12 13 SALES AND SERVICE: All makes

Bradford Chapter 1 Program will have the Annual Meeting of NEW 3-WHEEL ELECTRIC CARTS County Courthouse. Starke. EFFICIENCY ROOMS on US 301 Southof and models cleaned, oiled and adJusted

Parents on March 29, 1990, at 10:00: A.M. The meeting will be held sale.featuring Call the today Pacesaver and save,Super Nu-Llle March Mobility 'i RAIL CAR REPAIR FACILITY needs pets.Starke.Utilities Clean paid., quiet 964-5687.heat ft Air.tinONE No machines.$15. Hwy New 233 and a used 16 (Morgan sewing,
at the School Board Office. welders with mechanical ability. Apply
753-8473 In Bradenton or 1- 13 Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 j
8oo.282-22941Iatawlde. In person Mon.-Fri. 8:30-4: p.m. at WE DO HAULING:. Any type needed.
During the meeting a discussion will be held to: 12 Kustom Karr Corp., Reynolds Indus-' BEDROOM APARTMENT: Com- Lawn services of all types. Call 782-
LADIES WEDDING RINGS: 1/2 carat wt trial Park, Hwy 16 East, Green Cove pletely furnished. Clean and quiet 3084 anytime. TFN 17
A. Inform parents of their right to consult in the design and diamond, 18k gold. Full set. Brand Springs, FL 15 Adults only. 964-8214. 13 BACKHOE BULLDOZING AND TRAC-
implementation of the District's Chapter 1 Project.b. new. $950. 533-2255. 12 I DRIVERS PLOOF TRUCK LINES has 2 BR MOBILE HOME: On large privatelot TOR WORK: Call 782-3267.
PROM GOWN: Size 15, royal blue worn Immediate openings for shorthaul 2 miles East Starke.. One child 17
once. $100. Call 964-7860 after 6MOVING drivers In Jacksonville Palatka and max. $225/ mo. plus $150 security A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE;
Solicit .
parent's input.c. p.m. 12 Brunswick. Must be 23 yrs. old and Call 064-6479. tfn 13 Australian European Scandinavian,
SALE: ONE OMNICHORD have 1 yrs. vertifabla tractor/trailer 2 BR. 2 BA WITH LARGE LIVING ROOM, Japanese high school exchange students
Provide parents an opportunity to establish mechanisms for (electric autoharp). $200. Like new flatbed experience.We offer competitive family room, dining area. 1 ,1/2 car arriving in August. Become
maintaining ongoing communication among parents, teachers, condition. 7823735.WEDDINGGOWN salaries and excellent benefits. garage No A/C. Walking distance to Host Family/American Intercultural
and agency officials.DERE'S. : Beautiful church length train Ploof Truck Lines, Inc., 1-800-232- downtown. $350/month. Phone 964- Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIB-
with lots of lace and bead work $225. 7233. 15ATTENTION 6718 after 5 p.m. 13 LING. 17
7823735.STEREO: Kenwood with EARN MONEY TYPINGAT $215 PER MONTH: 2 BR/1 BA. Single BULLDOZER WORK: Need stumps out
turntable graphic equalizer,cassette HOME) 32,000/yr. income oten- wide trailer Lawtey, located off 225 orland cleared.I charge$40 per hour.
deck amplifier, tuner and two very tial. Details. 1-602-838-8885. Ext T- on NW 68th Ave. on the left, has 450 John Deere. Call 782-3306, if no
large speakers. $500. 7823735. 17283. 15 catfish pond. 3 miles from Junction answer call 7823954. TFNDAY
LONG HAUL TRUCKING: Get Into a high 301/225 and 2 miles from Junction 1 57 17., '.
TWO AIR CONDITIONERS: 5,000 BTU demand career as an owner/operator 225. Call 7823417. TFN 13' CARE AVAILABLE for senior citi
$150 and 10.000 BTU $225; also with northAmerican Van Lines! Oper- SMALL EFFICIENTY APARTMENT: In zens. Monday Friday.. Call Su-EI. ,
JUT water softnur conditioner, auto con- ate your own tractor. If you don't have Lawtey. Close to stores. and post of- 468-2619. tfn 17
trol system, series 155. Iron and one we offer a lease-purchase pro- fice. $150/Mo plus electricity 782- ANYON E CAN APPLY)Guaranteed Visa
sulphur remover $450; also Corona gram that Is one of the best In the In 3949. 13 MC, US Charge. Even with bad credit.
electric typewriter $50. Call after 6 dustry. No experience necessary. If 3/2 BRICK HOME ON 3/4 ACRE: Cedar No one refused.Call 1-602-842-1087,
p.m., 964-6320.12 you need training we will train you. and glass Interior. Close to schools ext. U4424. 17
BALDWIN ELECTRIC ORGAN:Like new You must be 21, In good physical $400lMonth1-237-7501. 13 REMODELING; ROOFING, ROOM
1000. Also will trade new dryer lor condition and have a good driving WHY RENT? HOMES FOR $1.00. Repos. .ADDIITIONS: Carports, concrete
good freezer. Call 9648310. record. Call northAmerican for a Gov't give away programsl! For work, aluminum or vinyl siding and
12 completeinfonnation package. 1-800- information, 504-649-0670 Ext. R- soffit system. Free estimate Call
PLANTSTomato: peppers,onions,many 348-2147 ask for operator 97.OWN 0570. 13 .Garrison, Construction 964-6281,
others. Bundles, 100's, or mixed. 15 SMALL 2 BR HOME: Central heat and t. anytime. Mk-Garrison. license. no.
Hwy 16 Raiford. 431-1200. YOUR OWN BUSINESS In beautiful air;dose to town and shopping quiet -t-14255; 17 -
12 Western North Carolina:The Book $235/per mo. plus depo il. Call after OLD FASHIONED! MENDING done by
1989 AGGRESSOR BASS' BOAT:'15 ft., n' Store/aHa/ lmarfcCartidrrtfOiftSnop: r rt'r"l 50 hp US Force motor, 2-live wells since 1945. Ann Lyons; 704-586- COTTAGE:Very dean.$183'MonttvWus tau 2337! 17' -ii
built-in Ice chest Custom drive-on 246S. Sylva. N.C. 15 deposit No children. 964-6224. CHILD CARE: Do'you work evenings?
trailer. $5640 FIRM. Call 964-8876. TRUCK DRIVERS:Take this Job and love 13LARGE weekends? For dependable reliable
12PROM It. Call today: J.B. Hunt!, 1-800-643- DOUBLEWIDE In good location.Cable care, call 964-8522. 17
HOW g DRESSES one tea length $30; 3331. EOE. Subject to drug screen. available. $310/Mo. plus deposit ALTERATIONS:We will give you FAST&
one full length $80. Call 9645608after THE CITY OF STARKE RECREATION 964-8704.13. FRIENDLY service. Drop-Off and
FAST YOU CAN o 6 p.m. 12 DEPARTMENT is now accepting MOBILE HOME: In good location. $2107 Pick-Up. Mon.-Sat, 7 am 8 pm;
WANTED: Responsible party to take on applications for position of laborer. Month plus security deposit 964-8704. Sun., 9 am-6 pm. Hwy 100 S, across
g GET THINGS DONE gIN small monthly payments .on piano. Maintaining ballfields. Must alleasl 13 !from Southside Elem. at Pinehurst
See locally. Call Manager 613-234- 18 yrs. old and have a valid Florida 2 BR/1 BA BRICK HOME on Madison Variety. 964-5587 17
g 1308 anytime. 12 Chauffeur's license. Apply City Hall Street Middle-to-senior citizens pre- WE DO SPRING CLEANIJVG. Houses,
o THEO GIGANTIC SALE: Must Move Inventory.New Personnel Office, 209 N. Thompson ferred. $350/Mo. 964-7138 or 964- yards, garages and offices. Call Liz ft
0 load arriving. Bedroom suites Street. 15 6783.13FURNISHED Joann 964-5938. Reasonable rates.REDUCE .
0I dining room suites living room suites APARTMENT:3 rooms and 17 ,
Lots of odds and end pieces.. Garagesale 'faking applications for experienced bath. Utilities Included. 964-5970. SAFE AND FAST with GoBese
hems. Antiques. No reasonable 13LOSE Tablets and E-Vap "Water Pills.
offer refused. 7330 NE Waldo Road in waitresses, cooks, one very experienced WEIGHT! Our seafood cook book Available at Mitchell's Drugs.
I ClASS\f\E8S\ I I Fairbanks. 375-7577. 12 assistant manager. can help. Send Money Order, $9.95 17TIRED .
plus$2.00 shp. & hand. Fla. residentsadd
If don't want to work don't OR RENTING? We' show you
apply.
LAND FOR SALE you sales tax to: THE VITAMIN how to buy the home of your dreamsl!
o 0 Apply Tues.,Wed. Thurs., STORE, 754 W. Hwy 90, Milton FL Amazing. recorded message reveals i
9 ACRES LOCATED NEAR STARKE 8am-4pm. Camp Blanding Officers 32570. 17 details.'Call 8136205620. j
C GOLF COURSE:4 1/2 Ac. pines;4 I/ WILL BABYSIT in my home any age any 17WANT ,
m 2 Ac. improved with pecan and fruit Club, No phone calls please See time Call 782-3836. 17 TO BE ON T.V.? Many average ,
trees. Mobile Home on site. Owner Sharon Brewer or Lt. Miller. HAVE YOU EVER SOLD A HOME INSURED men and women neededforcommarI! I
financing 35000. 964-6446. BY FHA? Did you receive a dais and game show contestants. For
refund? If not the government may details call 8136205031.17EMERGENCY
owe you money! 1-000-446-6664 for MEDI-CARD can save
Increase your r.p.m. information. Learn about your cash. your life) Special readable micro film
MOWER POWER Cost of call $5 00. 17 Insert containing medical) information :
MILITARY RETIREES: Champus supplement can be i read with I thenaked eye. 24-
( responses per message) will pay the 25%allowed plus !Kr. message gives free details. Call
100% of all excess charges. For brochure 305-770-5139. 17

with a well-placed ad today! FOR LESS MONEY .- 1-800-627-2824' : ext 259.



Let Us Put Your Message In N"$14999. $29999 Legal Notices ........................ I


INVITATION ro BID NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

6,000 Homes in Bradford County, Brlggs($199.99 ft Stratton assembled) fR. Notice Is hereby given that the Boardof FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME
Bradford
County Commissioners of
Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
3.5 HP
engine County Florida, will accept bids for the Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
Homes in 20 path ,
2,400 tuning trig I shahs
Keystone *
Heights purchase of
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.. undersigned Eugene A. Lot. 1 t46 N.
Height adjustmentModel I HP lM
| NEW
1. One ((1)i) PITLESS (aboveground
11* Path Clark Street Slarke, Florida 32091. sole
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1,800 Homes in Union .....p daA.rM.d.l ) 60 ton MOTOR TRUCK SCALES owner, doing business under the firm
CountyFor XI 750 HW FOR MOTOR TRUCK WEIGHING. name of UNITED NETWORK PROMOTIONS
.2: INSTALLATION OF SCALES, AT Rt. 3 Box 7584..U5 30) North,.
BRADFORD COUNTY LANDFILL AND TO Storke Florida 32091 Intends to register
$36999ImJ BE LATER MOVED TO THE NEW RIVER said fictitious name under the aforesaid
REGIONAL LANDFILL. statute. .
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only $3.50 for 1st 15 words and Sealed bids may submitted to the Dated this 20th day of March' A.D.,.
Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court by 1990 In Bradford, County.:'
depositing same with Mr. Ray Norman, 3/22 41pd 4/14
150 for each additional word... wli: Clerk, at his office'/ P.O. Drawer B, Control No 41S

o .Eritp. B fh.HM Slarke, FL 32091 the Bradford County .
S HP..Ne.S2' Courthouse Starke. Florida anytime CALL FOR BIDS ,
We guarantee,that your phone will culllo! ....* prior to 5:00: p.m. on Friday March 30,
0 ,H.I.M.4uwu" 1990. No bid received after such dale The School Boord of Bradford Countywill
Call NOW .Self pr..lidM.dsl and time will be considered.All sell by SEALED BID.several tractors,
ring. XI 150P bids will be publicly opened by the (Frelghtllners and Whites), dump truck

Board of County Commission Bradford von, dozer grader, loader, flatbed and
.Briggs 1 SIr_ County Courthouse. Slarke Florida at mlso scrap metal.
IK 12 HP.ns!.. 10.30 a.m. on Monday April J, 1990. Contact Jim Ward at Vo-Tech
964-6305 473-2210 ...3s':--4 2-hlad." m.wl.dowItII !.... All bids may remain open for fourteen 964-6800 Ext. 118. to view Items and
496-2261 _
((14)) days for study and consideration by receive a copy of th. bid.
'wereApp's.
.I1O Sylvia Betty Gail $10 per.. M M XII1110Poulcm ed from Barrel! O'Neal. County Programs ontro) No. 411: ".0. 1-02792

..d..Iw hrdaW Director Zoning/Building Office, _. --- _._--- -.....,...
Slarke City Hall, 209 N. Thompson
PROFLORIDA Street P.O. Box 1148, Slarke Florida ..NOTICE 1

.i.N 4efM '104.964.6280. Ext..212.
Serving you for 110 years All bids shall guarantee the bid price Tho, Suwannee. River Economic Council
once accepMd by the Board. Inc. Board of Director will hold a
Board the mewling of. .the Board of Directors on
RADFORDCOUNTYTELEGRAPHUNION PEST CONTROL The rowrvos right to rei.ctany
Monday 26, .
and nil/ bids. March 1990 7:40 p.m. at
539 East Call Street Maxle Carter, Jr. Chairman the Holiday Inn.In. lake City Florida.
COUNTY TIMES Starke Board of County Commissioners 1tchg3/23
964-5745 Slarke Florida ,. Control No. 400t

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LAKE REGION MONITOR ...-..tkIs..Ikee..be.ld..l......_ed...........11 w"ye. islet die..t. "._1.004 .; ..:!*. f.; yi' Purchase Order No. 3893 :' '
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Oppenents came In with some OF INTENT loot road; thence North 8932'43" West, t

tough pitching this week to hand the 10 CONSIDER! ENACTMENTOF parallel with the S'ly boundart said SE l''

}junior varsity baseball team of PROPOSED ORDINANCE 1/4 of NE 1/4. a distance of 290.28 feet; .t
Bradford High.Its first two losses. feet
BY THE BOARDOF th.nc. South 73"11'52" Welt, 80.00
BHS lost 2-1 to Palatka last Friday "' ." .;,.,,;, COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF to the POB. Reserving therefrom on

March 16, when Stalling '" BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA easement for Ingress, egress and
limited BHS to four hits I utilities over the N'ly 15 feet and the E'ly t
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Monday March 19, UniversityChristian's Q .",'. _j \\/I..,, ,'.I 'f ..;:"r. ,, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on tho 15 feet thereof. Above described parcel ,

Brown threw a one hitterat A :i ,. y. 2nd day of April 1990 at 10:00 ....M. the being conveyed with a right of Ingress

BHS for a &-3 win. Pinch hitter Board of County Commiiilon.rt of Bradford and egress over the following described

Sean Jones got the only Bradford hit. County In special ....IDn to b. h.ld parcel: Commence at a concrete monument

BUS is now 4-2. at tho Board mo.tlng room at tho Bradford located at the NW corner of the NE

Bradford played pretty good ... County Courthouso, Stark, Florida, 1/4 of NE 1/" of said Section 10 and run

baseball overall: says Coach . .."'I will consider 1h. following ordlnanc., South 07'19" East along the W'ly boundary
Jeremiah Johnson. 'We made some I" 'Ii!' "I..1II\ and the proposed enactment thereof. thereof, 157.72 feet to the S'ly
minor' mistakes" the coach said ''1, .#' BRADFORD COUNTY, ORDINANCE boundary of the ROW of CR 225 (formerly

but was not too displeased with the ESTABLISHING A MORATORIUM ON SR .225)); thence South 7714'19" East

team's play. NEW CONSTRUCTION OF SOLID WASTE olong the S'ly boundary 40S.77 feet to
B.B. Prevatt hurt his back in the VOLUME REDUCING PLANTS WITHIN the centerline of on existing rood for

Palatka game was held out of the BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA WHICH POB (sold road being 60 feet In width

U.Christian game but is expected. UTILIZE HAZARDOUS OR INFECTIOUS and lying 30 feet on .och side ate.... "
back next week.Upcoming. WASTES GENERATED OUTSIDE OF BRAD- centerllne described at follows): From

FORD COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR DURATION POB thus described run South 07'19"

.... OF MORATORIUM; ESTABLISHINGA East, parallel with the W'ly boundary of

Today (Thursday March 22) BHS PROHIBITION ON SUBMITTING sold NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 a distance of

goes to University Christian in HAZARDOUS OR INFECTIOUS WASTESTO 378.18 feet; thence South 15"15'41" ,
Jacksonville. ANY NEW VOLUME REDUCTION West 374.65 feet; thence South :

Tuesday, March 27, BHS goes to PLANT DURING THE PERIOD OF THE 2044'49" East, 333.96 feet to the end of
Palatka.' MORATORIUM; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS said 60 foot road and the beginning of a

PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. road 20 feet In width and lying 10 feet on

U.Christian 1- BUS 0 Th. tubitance of tho contemplated ordinance each tide of told centerline; thence continue .

It Ordinance South 20 44'49" East, along told
Palatka's Brown threw a one-. / an ettabliihlng a 4
centerllne, 30.88 feet thence South
Moratorium on n.w Construction of ;
hitter for a 5-3 win Monday March
Solid Watte Volume 21'12'57" East 438.28 feet to a set Iron
reducing plant.
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19.Brown : ...;'t, .. \ "I. within Bradford County which utilize rod; thence South 21'22'11") Eatt, 330.29
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struck out 15 Bradford batters ,_ ,, .
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w j feet to an Intersection
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walked 3 and hit Bradfordhad '
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., .f'I" d ',.) .. outtlde of Bradford of a road 30
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lead into the fifth Inn- \ 4lT... .. ,.1 CBBS County.
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followIng -1
ing. BHS got its three In the fourth A"<..--*.:- .;.7.....I--_:.. ,,'--.-_..--C--...,..' .. "M-l! .' ,, ,:-" .. .. .,s ..".,..."._1"",' -.:..... Said contemplated ordinance may b. lying described 15 feet on centerline each tide; of thence the South-
Crawford walked and Inspected by the public at the office of I
when Jeremy Sitter Chrto Snow rcM for tint at the BIIS.field. the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bradford 4252'49" West 274.13 feet to a let Iron
scored on an error on a sacrifice at-
rod: thence South 17 50'25" Edit, 418.91
County Courthouie, Starke, Florida during
when the ball thrown into
right tempt field. Chris Snow was went to se- Snow, 2-1. gave up 5 hits, walked Palatka I 2 BUS 1Palatka's condo and was singled home by the regular business hours of 8 A.M. feet to a set Iron rod (last sold Iron rod ,
none, hit one, and struck out 14 batters Jeremy Crawford In the sixth. thru 9 P.M., Monday thru Friday. being 15.00 feet N'ly of the S'ly boundary
cond base on the error advanced on Stallings threw a four I
of aforesaid SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 wh.n
in a losing cause. Prevatt, 1-1.allowed 5 hits,walked Persons or. advised that If th.y
a passed ball and scored on ReggieByrd's hitter at the Bradford High Junior therefrom
measured ot right'angles ;
Difference In the game'was errors 2, and struck out 10 in a losing cause. decide to appeal any decltlon made at J
sqeeze bunt. The ball was varsity baseball's first loss, 2-1. last 8953'43"
said th.nc. South East parallel
Coach Jeremiah Johnson the abovementloned hearing, they will
bobbled by the catcher and Byrd .......4 U.Ch...,.... Friday, March 16. ......od '''otko need a record of the proceeding, and with sold S'ly boundary 686.0S feet to an
scored when the catcher threw the Al I H Al M Palatka scored one run in the sixth A Iron rod set on the E'ly boundary of laid
ball into center field. U*.cf > IrowH,'P all when Emory Prevatt walked the L..,". A4 0 1 OI..51.10.2b t 0 1 for such purpose, they may n..d to ensure SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and the end of sold
that verbatim r.cord of the
hit Cr.Mt.r4.. lit Wllnor,H 4 0 the shortIno..I 4 0 0 .d 4 0 1 proceedings
Palatka scored one run on a leadoff batter, an error on located
._ centerline (last Iron rod being
.
p > I Thomoi.ef 411 P....., 4 .. 220 It mod., which r.cord Includes
and an error in the fifth. In the sixth ......,3b It WlhMt.. 411 stop and one base hit on which BHS Cornori.ak e i n,m...off I the testimony and evidence upon which 15.00 feet N'ly of laid SE corner of tald Ii
Palatka scored two tying the game Iy"'.. .1. WIll... 119My. got the second runner coming home Crawford U I I COh....... 4 0 I the I It be bated. SE1/4of NE 1/4)). fTog.th.r
3-3 on a hit an error. The winningruns ., Ik 1 Fry.. Ik 111 and the man to got the hit was lly..If I" 0 MNII.,H 4 0 0kIHI..ON appeal to with 1984 Fleetwood 24x70 "S
came in the seventh when pitcher 99 lkoom....:21, 1(1 caught in run down. Palatka's se'y"',. I" 1 ......3b 3 0 1IawNl DATED this 5th day of March 1990.
,d I" 0ro ,rf ISO Mobile Home.
n 0...9k 300 110111.0. 2 0 0 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
'Chris Snow hit a batter and a ......,Ik a. Soud,M S cond run came in the eight on error KIWoi.it a I Nom.o..p I lb 300 DATED this 14th day of March 1990.
FLORIDA
COUNTY
BRADFORD
misplayed hit by the right fielder ........'" I I ....h.pi! I I by the shortstop and a RBI double. ..-....,h 1. 0 RAY NORMAN.
,.... Norman Clerk to the Board
.
Total tt I I tl I Roy
Prevatt stole Be1.1.1 SI 14 TNd U a. ,
allowed both those runners to score. Emory singled, Itchg 3/22; PO 3871 Clerk of the Court 1

Control Number 406 By Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk
3/22 2tchg 3/29


BIIS's Carter Plays All-Star Game in Jax. UNITED MIDDLE STATES DISTRICT DISTRICT OF FLORIDA COURT Control Number 403


JACKSONVILLE DIVISION NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

Bradford High's Pedro Carter steal and helped the North squad Carter was picked for the North According to McGriff, schools Court No. 89-728 Clv. J-14 REGISTER

played In about half of the North beat the South 112-111. Carter hit 3 of all-star squad by coaches from the showing interest in Carter so far are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FICTITIOUS NAME

South All-Star basketball game in 7 shots from the field, was 1 for 3 district which includes the area of the University of South Florida in Plaintiff

the Jacksonville colesium Saturday, from the three point range,and 4 for Clay, Putnam Union, and Bradford Tampa, Jacksonville University VI. Pursuant to Section 86509 Florida

March 17.Carter 4 at the free throw line. Carter didn't counties, as the top senior player. Santa Fe Community College SHARON D. COVINGTON Statute, notice It hereby given that the j

the leading scorer for the start but came in an played about The north-south game is spon- Florida Community College in Defendant undertigned JAMES O. BEASLEY, SR.

Tornado five at 16 half the game, said Coach Jerry sored by the Florida Athletic Jacksonville. and Central Florida NOTICE OF SALE and SUE M. BEASLEY P.O. Box 191 ,

scored 11 points, had 3 rebounds, aGirl's McGriff who attended the game. Coaches Association. Communtiy College in Ocala. Notice It hereby given that pursuant Slarke, Florida 32091 joint owner doing
to a Default Judgement entered on business under the firm name ot ,

March 12, 1990. by the above entitled GOLDEN EAGLE ENTERPRISES. P.O. Box ,
of This Season
Softball Team Wins First Game Court In the above ttyled caute, the 191 Starke, Florida 32091 Intends to 11

i1ri'.III"ed'! \! I.d. Stales Marshal! or register sold fictitious name under the t

'Tornado'so'ftbauer s oft.! i.t'JitIJ? .'KacnneJ' 'TyuOnPbeah; +.Ylfa,rgrOUnd P: ,'tSallta.Fe:; : 'rldayit) March. 16, hrlee-full bomejtwln.hsbo1 .bet- irI;i .. >ftjpltJ r''Hd' .Putl" will| aforeeord ttotute.. ..,.. -

game of the season '-8 heretistThursday. : ball to'to'shortstop- an infield hit 'BHS ,was"i beaten' 16-1. Stephanie ween Center and right with Kim Teal" so :dhe property situate In Bradford Dated this 16th day of March A.D.,

March 15. which scored Kendra Butler with the Gainey and Shere Brown were and Rachael Tyson on base. County Florida described at: 1990 In Bradford County. .\
,
3-for-3. Latara Jackson Dede Getting one hit were Rita Commence at a Iron pipe located at 3/224tpd4/12
BHS was down &-5 in the bottom of winning run.
the seventh inning. With one out, "It was a very exciting game." McNeal Kendra Butler and Leslie Stepheny, Latara Jackson, and Dede the SE corner of said E 1/2 and run N Control No. 40S
Banks each got a hit. BHS could not McNeal. 06'09" E. along the E'ly boundary .
Dede McNeal and Kendra Butler said Coach Sue Trieste. ------- -- --- ,

singled and a throwing error moved The BHS girls banged out 9 hits, hit that day and the defense couldn't Upcoming... thereof 27.74 feet to an Intersectionwith IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ell HTH
them to second and third. Then Kim all singles Toy Stephanie Gainey hold out said Coach Trieste. an E'ly prolongationof the N'ly JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR

Teal came up with the tying run on Shere Brown Latrara Jackson, At Middleburg High Tuesday Today (Thursday, March 22) BHS boundary of the ROW of Thomas Street; BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA

third and sacrificed her in for the tying Dede McNeal Kendra Butler Kim March 20, BHS was beaten 12-3. goes to Ocala Vanguard.Next thence S 893S'16"W, along laid E'ly prolongation CIVIL ACTION NO: 89 6)6CAFNB (:

run, and Kendra Butler advanced Teal, Rachael Tyson, Leslie Banks, Shere Brown and Kim Teal each had Tuesday, March 27, BHS 16.96 feet to a concrete PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida J
to third base.. With two out. and Dana Reddish. two hits for BHS. Leslie Banks hit a goes to North Marion. monument located at the Intersection of Corporation 1
told N'ly boundary with the W'ly boundary Plaintiff

of the ROW of Old Lawt.y Road; i
vt.
St. Tr-Meet thence N 10'31" E, along laid W'ly JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE L. II

boundary 278.58 feet to an Iron pip. for COOPER hit wife;; The Unknown Heirs t

I D rkk U .. PHI, ""'1"', 1)) 0,.. and 4'6" in the high jump. oy. Ihot Pull ') Dxrick Ions '''''", a) Clyd. FOB. From POB thus described continueN Devisees, Granted, Assignee, Lienon. I
01.w )
St.Augustine won both the boys _...... lOTI-j 1))'.,.,.hv.IA IM'1"|.)J' ''Ith.IA Renee Daugherty ran a 3:07: in the D.... 77')". 0"10'31" E, along laid W'ly boundary Creditor. Trustees or Other Claimant .
and girls competition In a trimeeton 10'1". 880 yard run. Olill 0114,..2)Monk Willi.... IOI"t"|Dm.no H.II. 79.29 feet to an Iron pipe; thence S claiming by through under or against

the Bradford High oval Tuesday ..... Jwiim I) lr.dl., ,. 1)41.'S1 2)) J M4... IA. The boys went to the 16th annual 4oy I.',Olwuu lng Crum I Dorridi M'r.Ioyo 113' ,. 89-52'37" W, 100.0 feet to a concrete JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE I. f
) 0.s
lout x'17))Cly4.
VI"
IA
V4"l I)M.'A.l l'4't 4)O.A M monument thence S IO'31" W, parallelwith
of Columbus ..'. ; known b.deador
afternoon. March 20. U.. JIMVI I) Oft* Itok*. 5141. '."A.-, 1)) Ocala-St.Johns Knights 17 Jt 4))Mill )" COOPER who or.not to
The BHS boys and girls both were D.A_| IA. iril'/i" ') JJIntotai, IA. iril'l 4)J.M4M. ) Invitation at St.Johns High School in OlriHigh' Jump 2) Au /lI.Willi....41". laid W'ly boundary 79.80 feet to an alive; QUALITY GLASS! MIRROR.
Olrit Trip' !.Jump, )Monk Wllltom JI'IO"Yolon4.W.fiton thence N 89'35'16" E, parallel
Iron
pip.;
in the middle. .IA. irr.Trto Ocala, a boys only meet. INC., a Florida corporation: J. WILLARD .
had 92V4 *....t 'I) D.A_, IA MVr 2)) J.IIr...-.. 94' with told N'ly boundary 100.00 feet to his wife
Green and ALVAREZ
St.Augustine won ONIE ,
The girls IcMt _.. IHI. Ml" 4)) ..AU. .. Distance man Larry oyi Triple) lump I) k... Outran ll'l". ALVAREZ ;
Mt'Vt 9))
points, Bradford 46Vfe and Keystone IA-r.IA.1111". the mile and the two mile run in the OM Unit Jump, 1)) Monk Wllllomi "'''"! IridootHoldw the 1'08.Dt and GRETA FAYE ALVAREZ;, J"
competition WMMT, IA in the best times he's 141" Au 11e Wllllomi IJ''0''. public outcry to the highest and
Heights 29. In the boys NM VwHi I) Klmny IA IO'rl 1)) 15-school meet -
St.Augustine led with 105 points, "'A.., I) .| rt, IA. rvt" 4)) Jo* *Kbmi, Sill, run this year. Green ran the mile in M'IO"oyi Mrnord tone Jump Jonnon, 3)) JonM irt"Dovll. IV f I Clyd.Dolu. best bidder for cash at the hour of 12 D.tendants.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO

BHS had 58 and KHS 13.. 7%IM-V4.. Mb Nwdl..., I) T- Lnd'. /W, 4:42.72 and the two mile in 10:26.81.: ..... Vouln a)tft _...... ...". o'clock Noon on April 24. 1990 at the : Cosile L, Cooper, and The
The girls results are: If,til 1)) I.CMH. IA., ".M 1 3)) '._.IA. II.II, 4)) Green's two wins were 14 of Brad- Olrii Mllo Modloy/ ol.ri 1)) IM till.41 (Nlcol.W.nton. front door of the Bradford County Courthouse Unknown Heirs, Devlseei. Grantee,
.. ., .. .
.
tkM full 1)) Monlf/ WlIII_. SHI. 11'IVi I) F. ._. IA, l.9t. ford's 17 points. A4.. Wllllomt, d. Holoor, Hon. at Stark., Florida. Assignee, Llenort Creditor Trusted t
.. WlII_. HS.II''",4)) ISO MN_ 00"" 1)) *.AI.>.idM. IA I*..., 2)) D.uhwty Dated: March 15 1990.
Nor OHS Jtfl a)AurlHo Tyrone Sanders placed fourth in oyi Milo Mnlloyi 9)) IM 1I1.40 (tool) ......... or Other Claimant claiming by f
...._...,.1M. It'*". 7l_,.01. 11.15, 1))J.SMINM 11Th RICHARD L. COX. JR.
D the 120-high hurdles finals In 15.60 Trammoll Jdn i,Tyr.no 1_. .,lorry OrMn). through under or against CASSIE L.
..
'. _. .IA, 11.71
Wllllwm.M, 01'0"I)) ) M.P..pl
Manic Marshal
I .
KM.DlMuoi MV|)I)DMne Moll*.,....,air)4)I.Cntor. .....HUM I)wry Ora_,IM..,10,1))Pvytan.KM.lllOl for the other three BHS points. Aurill.Olrll. WIIHo 400 _H.loyl.Ihorrl 1)) 5.tHI..."A.k.vo.12 (tridgot Wllllomi Holdor.. United States COOPER who It not known to be deador
) of Florida
._ Middle District
.. I)5.s.,9A, lllf.lll 4)) IA. Eastside High of Gainesville won alive Retldence, Unknown but whoseLast
.. .
;
'rr.WlH Am,.. I) AurlU.. WlIII_'. *H>. "'0", I) ....V4 .&.,. 1)5) ....., 9))tM..... <( _..A..4'"i 4)A.....,. KMrq Ortu*. Cly4.0.... Tnmm&t.k) I)
KHI.,1))K. ., Assistant United States
K.D.IIM OHS ...... High was second with 40 points. oyi Two"Mla" H.loyi 9)) IM JO 14(Jool tocoooon, Terrace, Gainesville, Florida 32609.
IA tf,.... I IJOTdM., IA. Ir.-,. I) -". -., ..lll I) '.Al 4.r. IA I .4I| >) Chiefland High was third with 39 '.riwrd, Jotmion, Ch., Vomydiol, Andy Mlro ) ..
W_tone .151*. M'4-tMwilcWIIII) _.INS. iri.'/k"| tod .... IA......| 1))O.A_, IA.....|.)I J...WI.IA points. BUS was 7th out of the 16 Au Olrll lIo WlIII MO_Roloyi. thorrl 1). ) ISIS l.,.ItM, Al II,..(.Nlchol.Wllllomi Woo.). Attorney for Plaintiff foreclose a mortgage encumbering the

4)) ..0.._.tA, IVir/t". .MJ1.I30V4. I (........ IA ......, I) teams. Ia,. UO Inlay I) SKI liM.14 (Tyron. london. 3/2Hlchg./I 2:; following property In Bradford County. ;.
'..... JM.,, I) |.l ickM, (A. MTIWi 2)) MMMt Low Huston ) ..., 4.m.. _..Clvoo 0.l.., Tronmoll Jonoi). Control Number 402 .
TA4)) ILw4..IHt, ".17,1))M.W.IA. 44 Other BHS performances were: Florida:
*
WIHI._, *HI. ."A. >) K.D.1hs. wit.. | TfnM Olil.n Modloy'01.,((1...7)). 1)111$11,15.30(k...
.. of
A.....,.tA, 2TV. 4))I.HUM.IA,... IMMM.ni Trauma tafw., Ml, 11.1. Duitcon, ....0,4 J.hnMn. Kenny 0.1,.. iovryOroon -. --- Commence at the Northeast corner .
ll..V4 MS* Mur4Uol I) CoI....., 'A. ...rn 1)WoMM ) _v.IMI I)Uny OraM,IHt,Sill.Ill 1)J.Irix. 44* r...,. IM. Ml 41 M (Ion 11II__. 10... ). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
IA, If Ml 1)) Croitor. IA. l*.91, 4)) Dylwi.KM .A,, ...*.,9))".,..., .....IHI.Ml 4)Kenny 0_. Omll, Clytf. My. Trammel, ton.). Olrll Milo '..,. ') SKI .,...III (_,. WIlli..., THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29
.
.12.45. .... lily M.1M.V4 -,.... I) 44-V4 Mlh MrfK>4 Minwi. H..7.M.V4 ridgM Ho''_. Ih.rri (on. Dono. OougbMty). IN AND FOR 22 East and runWest
IM 99.411 South
6
4."w. Rang.
Dooh. I Township
AuritteWINtaM
)
ILLS 1)) _
IN Motor Dnlll I) / KM. Hunt Kwuiy 1I9.4*| lc'tt DUIK.II 10,. Mil. Kotayi 9)) IM J.47.71 (..... Jo<..koon.tcot .
.,
_."/.. II..' CMtbll. IA '..11, 5)) 1.11.|_. IA, *, 4)) BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA feet thence South 15 feetto
,IHI. 1*.971 1))Attune WlIII | ........ *Duncm, i... ., ,,Tyrone lonoon. ). 100 ; run '\
.)_.... "",, J.WIIIIl.IA 201.". Mil.M.yi IM. Mi.,.....(ItfH OIHK.I, Kenny CASE NO.: 539-CA the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence run
.... .... ,11 ......(A.ill Tw.Mil..Hum I)wry OraOT. 9HI lliMl 1) ,. .
Ml..BMI I)K. ? 4 |1)) Do_, Jew *Omit,tyron.teuton) Upcoming... ASSOCIATES FINANCE INC., West 50 feet thence run South 100 feet;
KM
.. 7.5115 ;
.. IA. .n 4)) "
1))t.MoUWn,....Ttlti 4)) JJUkCoy. IA. M IA. lliMl 9)) C MM Pull dr4 D.lu.10'''! Dwrieh Unf W( .
_V4 toloyi I) IM ..." (- Oi.snirty.Ami IliM.". Wfmi CM.0.1 I"' _ell l..| ,..'. Tomorrow (Friday March 23) Plaintiff thence run East 50 feet: thence run
..Wlll)....tnorrl Ion,Arkn /_'),1))IA .Mil.. IM."l I)IA "'.',1))IM...,..11<( ...", |)KM"'.". .M.5..d 4.1..51....-. .,--) 1014.Trip ,Jacksonville. R. TUTEN and VIRGINIA TUTEN. being the Northeast, 1/4 of theSoulh.a.
4M.T4 Dad .1) OolHo.11II,. M.III 9)) 1._. .... 1)) KM 4U1.II.Saturday's. ** *",,' "DIHKM irr.U March 27 at 4 BHSIs hi. wife LEONARD ODOM dbaLEONARD'S 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, of
,!.,.! 1))>...... IA,fl.... 4)T.Aktas. IA.IMI. Meet. .JINK*! J.M< Own, If'I) ..mo'" MIIUM II'. Tuesday, p.m. : '
_V4 Uw Himlwl I) C._. IA.. N.1It I) .. at home In a 4-way meet with AUTO S TRUCK SERVICE: Section 29 Township 6 South Range 22 .
'.c..o.. .... ft...| ') 11.0_. IA ",11, 4) The Bradford girls were at the S.Fe Relays... Palatka, Baker, and Gainesville BELINDA DAUGHERTY: G. GRAY FLYNN East Bradford County Florida.

J.fclwnr..,.... *J.MV4 .. IAi Ii4t Ml I) I..... IA 26th annual Bob Hayes Pepsllnvita-I The'BHS girls were third with 23 High. D.M.D.. P.A.. and NIKI COMARDELLE hat been filed against you JOHNIE S.

",".',1)e O.Mn i l,>.>yl'.-.|A..,......4))--- tion at RainesJacksonville. High School in points and the BHS boys were third' '.Next Friday March 30, BHS will FERGUSON. Defendant COOPER; The Unknown Heirs Devisees,

.,. _."01..... with 50 points In the Santa Fe High compete in.the Florida. Relays. NOTICE OF SALE Grantees Assignees llenors
IIO-V' I) DrflM. KM. .'M, 1)) ArluMWlllMV No BHS girl track team member Relays last Thursday March 15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Creditors Trustees er Other Claimants ,

... ,(M,.. ....I)A.IMMT.IA.....,4))L_ placed.The girls got lost and arrived Newberry High won the girls meet Loper Says... the Summary Final Judgement of claiming by through, under or agalnttJOHNIE
IA.X.44.TIM
> MM. IM i I) T.HiM'- IA. I4t"l 1)AJtarv ) late. with 98 points: 2) Santa Fe 37; 3) BHS has done a lot of regrouping.The Foreclosure entered In this case, dated S. COOPER who It not known to
IA, ,..1"I If ...,. KM. lliMl.)no.-. Monk Williams threw 31'10"10 the BUS 23. Santa Fe won the boys meet students remaining on the team March 14. 1990 that I will tell to 'the be dead or alive; QUALITY GLASS t MIRROR

M.. 11....... shot put. In the long jump she with 54 points: 2) Newberry 52; 3) are giving it their level best, says highest bidder for cosh In the lobby of INC., a Florida corporation; J.

The boys results in the Tuesday IS'lO" and the triple jump Bradford 50. Coach George Loper. the Bradford County Courthouse In WILLARD ALVAREZ and ONIE ALVAREZ.

tri-meet are: ihedtdVlO"Aurilla The BHS results were: "They hanging tough" says the Starke, Florida commencing at 11:00: his wife; and GRETA FAY ALVAREZ: and i

UM ri I CM. 0.5.5. 114$. n-irt i) D-H* Williams threw the shot Old. UM ...., 1)) MOTH. Wllltam WIO%"| AvclH. coach. a.m. on the 14th day of April 1990. the you ore requlr.d to serve a copy of your
lees IM *rrt) 1)) _. OHS ..-..., 4)) '.,.,..,. 29'0". did 15 feet in the long jump WlllWm J4T| BMM No_, U'1". following described property at let forth written defenses If any. to It on Kent,
IA *ri.- ,\ In the Summary Final Judgment to wit: Ridge Crawford plalntiff't attorney

University Christian Shuts Out BHS Varsity HittersBradford A parcel of land EXHIBIT containing A 3.23 acres, whose 225 Water address Street I Is: Suite 900; Jacksonville i

more or I.... and tying In the SE 1/4 of Florida 32202.on .

at home Tuesday March 27, in Travis Long doubled and Donnie two Innings Hersey struck out five the NE 1/4 of Section 10 Township 7 or before April 18, 1990 and tile
High was scheduled to play with Ocala Forest. OF Francis singled In the fourth to save walked two and held U.Christian South Rang. 21 East Bradford County the original' with the Clerk of this Court .
play Buchholz High Wednesday a 4 p.m. game Bradford High from a no-hitter. hitless. Florida; said parcel being more particularly either before service on plalntiff't attorney

night. March 21, in the Santa Fe won Next 8-4 Thursday in the first March game.29, BHS Is Shawn Nichols started for Bradi, described at follows: Commence or Immediately thereafter; otherwise 1
,
High Baseball Tournament. relieved with at a concrete monument fount at a default will' be entered against
Goodowns
Gainesville ford. Andy
It would have been the first time. also at home against first after Nichols the NW corner of laid SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 you tot the relief demanded In the com-
High. It is with GUS that BHS 1 Is tied nobody out in the 5..d/.4 U.ChrHMi
the two teams played this year. of in a Feb. 21 sandwiched two walks around a base At *H A"M and ruit South 007'19" East along the plaint or petition. II
It Is a double elimination tournament because nightfall will be finished hit. Goodowns retired the U.Chrls- _.,... 355 '_..9> 100I W'ly boundary thereof, 1249.06 f..t for WI FNESS my hand and the teal of this t f
said Coach Mike Gulterrei. A game. The game in the first inning. Ow4._.lb 100 OiwrkWT.Ik I POB. From POB thus described continue Court on the 16th day of March 1990.
March 29 if possible. 'lian with one run 4 11 .
night Ms5.0. 100 Tlid.1. boundary
Wednesday said Wly RAY
first round loss second S 0-07'19" East, along NORMAN. t
But then came the nine run UO|.1f $5 1 _-....if 10I1
would have dropped Bradford down U.Christian 10 .. BIIS 0 inning.! Goodowns who began by 5m1w.A I O' fate. Ik IIII .0.00 feet; thence North 82-U'52". Clerk' of the Circuit Court
into the loser's bracket. the first three batters and Pr.wd..2l 1(1 noMnMO).II East 613 41 fet to Ihe centerline of a 30 By:Carol Wllllo) _. 11
into the tourna A nine Inning uprising in the second walking IaMM.OM I" S WMM,OHI 11 IAld.y foor-road, Chance North 175029" Welt, Deputy Clerk
BHS is 1-9-1 going
University Christian hit anothe. with a pilch, and gave up .K S toy!... alt 'feet '
ment.Vpcomlng.. Inning gave 2-run double. _. III along sold centerllne 304.68 to on 3/22 4tchg 4/12
four hits including a .p I S S H
10-0 tW o-i; a relieved __... I' 911I Intersection with the a Control Number 404
... ford High In five inm* In Jacksonville Senior Bo Hersey 7.10., 1701 ,...... ? II I
of the In
Goodowns in tho top third.
last Friday,Mami.lU.
Bradford resumes regular season J


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BUS Golfers


a / Take Secondat ,; ,



Bradfor TO-Match
for second place in a tri-match Mon- !Ii DI
day March 19, with Mlddii.burg: O..L

High Ravines.and Baker High at The .

Baker won the match by two PT
strokes with a 185. Middleburg shot
'
194.David
Elder and Link Bishop both 1 1
shot 42's to lead Bradford. Steven SP
McLeod shot 48, Ron Zurfluh shot 55.
McLeod has really been coming f I a7 -
through for the BUS golfers in the .
last two matches Coach Mike ,
I
Sexton. McLeod had been shooting DAY e e e e a e tir, ISALE
from 61-56 and the last two matcheshas '''' il HHHBHMMHHUMIMHMlHHMMHHMiW r ,
gone down to 48. "He's becominga WATCH FOR OUR LARGE AD EACH WEDNESDAY vFIEI
solid No.3 player for us, Coach
Sexton says. '"
,.
BHS is 3-4 now overall. All have I "" ",1"
been district matches. .,,,!" J'j I j
r. ,
At Keystone High last ThursdayBUS ; .''1',
shot a.}78 team score.KHS shot .I4y.I
198. GIN {ji ;; r n Seagram 6Pwn
ej
David Elder was low medalist at / 750 V.O.MUdUMMMtUHIMdMHiMMr ., '
3-over-par 39. Link Bishop shot 41, 11.99 louis Martini ZM NML ML 5.49 n ot I
Steven McLeod ITS SHE GIN ..17S17.99MLIO
shot 48, and Evan
"". -3.00 MFR Mondavi i J"SES"i" 7110 8.99 nf UR 3.00 MfR.
Douglas shot 50.Upcoming. REBATE I ML .!\I1A1I
;N: 11750 j 999REBATE
... f f).99 AFTER ML I Beaulieu SAUVIGNON.uNC iff 7.49 14.99REBATE ML

(Thursday BHS plays, March Clay 22)at High 3:30p: today.m.at __ CS.OF 71.50 CS. OF 12-$142.50 .CakebreadSL'M9L, l: 17.49 FREE NOFRA\ CS.OF 12.$155.8B

the Starke Golf and Country Club.
Next Tuesday, March 27, BHS Gilbey's BEEFEATER : Parducci i CNAROONNAY ? 8.49 WINDSOR WF
home with a tri-match with Live Oak : CANADIAN

and Palalka. Gin. GIN Sebastiani JS&JS 4.29 1 f 750 7.99ALE

99 tPA 99 Beringer IINFAHDEL WHit! 750 ML 5.99 "' 99 ML -1.50 MfR REBATE
Netters
Boy's 1 2 1 11
U: 750 ML Beaulieu cffEBSJff J : 8.99 r l:: 6.49 AFTER REBATE

Edge MHS ,.1 CS.OF 6.$75.50 CS.OF 12.$131.88 CSI .OF 6.$71LTR..94 CS.OF12.$95.8B -
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The Tornado boys tennis team I I lu r WHO CanadianMist.
edged 4-3 by Middleburg High at Mateus Rosh M< 3.49 ty'( T
Club Continental in Orange Park ABSOLUT Stolichnaya .
Tuesday afternoon March 20. Black Tower -- LTft. 7.29 1.751i9 SALE 750 6.29 SALE
The BHS girls, 2-6 for the season 80 VODKA 80 VODKA ?'I'T' LDwDLTR..3.OO BEaATE wE
and 1-2 in Dist. S-3A play, were shut 75010.99 SALE Mouton Cadet'r W? l iff: 5.99 ML2.00 nCAEVERT

out 7-0 by both Middleburg and ML 1.50 MFR BArio0LIN0 r e ", 9 99 AFTER 4 29 AFTER
Augustine in this past week's 99 RIIATE Bola aoeve VAfEL 7M 4.69 D ._ I REBATE REBATE
play. 23 178 9 49 AFTER ; :E' -E CS.OF 77.94 CS.OF 12.$75.4B
The BHS boys, 6-2, split, beating LTF REBATE Buwoula 750
Middleburg and losing. to the tough CS.OF 6.$143.94 CS.OF 12.$131.8B Jadot PILLAGE. ML 5.99 ; 1 I
St.Augustine netters.Upcoming.

... SKOL JIM;. KeELR
VODKA
Next match is at 4 p.m. today VODKA OR
(Thursday, March 22)) on the BUS RMMTAAKA
GIN/ 1.7512.69
courts when the Pirates of Fernan- GIN (I "lUIH SALE
dina Beach visit. MK Gallo RHINE CHABLIS PINE,BURGUNDY CHABLIS LIft 5.89 B LTR' -2.00 gE&1TEi MFR
Tuesday, March 27,at 4 p.m. BUS 999 949 VIN ROSE.RED ROil NN I 12'99
is home against Palatka High. : # Mexn CHUin ANE-- I 0 69 AFTER
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BUS 4 Middle burg 3 CS.OF 6-$59.94 CS.OF 6-$56.94 0551. CALIFORNIA LTRgmimoff CS.OF 6.$77.94 CS.OF 6.$76.14 '

Shannon Hicks, the No.4 BUS Mondavi SAUVIGNON CABERNET, L\=. 7.99 90"
player,was down 1-5 and came backto W RELSKA. [HARIfB1A\C CNMLISBUNG_ "ONCO D'ORO FI1REFERREij'lJ.: EVAN BLACK
win 8-3 to clinch the win over Mid- Reunite 11 5.49
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dleburg High with his first top five 80 VODKA V DKA' = RARPRFRRY BLEND17l0.99s WILLIAMS

win.BHS LE BOURBON
won four singles matches to LTR. 3.00 MFR.
win. Not BHS seed Mark Shufordwon REBATE
8-6 over Mike Britt, MHS. No. 2 'C'am 13" 1 049 1 / R.I.IrINN!. r 7.99 AFTER 1299

seed Jason Welty,BHS,won 8-2 over ..I REBATE '
Richard Sweat, MHS.- No.3 'seed CS.OF 6.B3.94 CS.OF 8.$62.94.. CS.OF 8.$65.94 CS.OF 77.94
Michael McKinney, BHS, lost 8-fl to iGG t
Robbie Carlee, MHS. No.4'seed I C'/' li =
Shannon Hicks, BHS, won 8-5 over
Jason Martin, MHS. No.5 seed o ORUT, ,WHITE ML "'''...... -...,.... IDl
Sampson Fuller, BHS, won 8-3 over 4)EWARS.'White CHIVAS BLUSH CDLD ouCR 750 BLACK LABEL 86"PROOFSCOTCH
Jeff Lynch, MHS. Label": m
BHS lost both doubles matches. REGAL '
The MHS duo of Britt/Sweat beat I 099 .849

Shuford/McKinney, BHS,9-7. David .. s .' ML ML
Lee and Mike Watson of MHS won 2599 15" CORDON
8-6 over Robbie Sapp and Jim thli lab.l ML 1 5750ML CS.0F12-$131.88 CS.OF12.$101.BBCS.
Grover of BHS. NEGRO
The MHS team of Carlee/Martin .OF 6-$151.00 CS.OF 12-$189.95 '! ,

won 6-0 over Blaine McChesney and Moet dE Chandon I= Iff 17.99
Chris Whalen of BHS in an exhibition $ b Cutty BACARDI QIIIaiD/IkIgaI

match."A good'win," said Coach Jerry cores f. Sark M 8a R lPu'.n: I:?? 9.99 AMBER OR SILVER o SPICED RUM
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McGriff. BHS played without Chad SCOTCH RUM 1.7514.99 SALE
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Welch who out of town. Dam PerignonKorbel ML 69.99 LTR.3.00
was \ .. WIlli IM H' gEBATE
No.1 seed Mayra Cruz and No.2 c,4.,
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seed Sophie Fanton played well but ;: 1499 2199 IRUTROBI I. RY M 9.99 :3,._''"_ 1499' 11 .99 AFTER REBATE
lost close -
matches, points out Coach Ey
McGriff. No.1 Mayra Cruz lost 8-6 to CS. OF 6-$89.94 CS.OF 6-$129.95 CS.OF 6.B9.94 CS.OF 6-$89.94
Tara Gaudet,MHS.No.2 seed Sophie
Fanton lost 9-7 to Vanessa Garland, DARK
MHS. No,3 seed Amy Griffis lost 8-1 JB]
to Kelly James, MHS. No.4 player EYES '
Kristy Harrison. No.5 player Terri 99
Crawford lot 8-1 to Caren Carmen, J Y DRAMBUIE I
MilS. SCOTCH VOD99 SWEET OR DRYDrambuie
In doubles the MHS duo of I ICOTCH 750
Garland/James went 8-2 by l' 750 ML 750 ML LIQUEUR ML 19.99 VERMOUTH 750 M L
Cruz/Harrison of BHS and
Tracy CS.OF 12.$134.95 CS.OF 59.88
Speas and Kara Kinsey of MRS went 511110I Southern Comfort 80 6.99
8-2 by Fanton and Crawford of BHS.
Grand Marnier ML 21.99
SA Is Tough... -

St.Augustine High dominated both DAI LV'S Tropicana( + Harvey's BNREAM ML 7.99 REGULAR
the boys and girls matches in a Dist. 01J. U "T
5-3A tennis match on the Bradford MIXES ORANGE& IRISH ===-=
High courts Friday, March 16. .STRAWBERRY DAIQUIRI GRAPEFRUIT Bailey's CREAM ML?. 12.99CourvoisierVS7 LTC I I (Milwaukee
Only close match was the No.4 PINACOLADA.MARGARITA JUICE -= asuis o er I
Bradford player Michael McKinney l ML: 15.99

who lost 1-6 but hung in close with 89 49 9
SA's J.M: Cifonie. 369 2 Amarelto tAGHNQ l M: 12.99
"They were Just too tough," said I AL 1/2 GAL SUITCASE SUITCASE
Coach Jerry McGriff of the Tor- 24.12 0L CANS 24.72 OL CANS '
nadoes, 5-2 on the season and 2-1 in
district play. "We played well but PLANTERS BLUE DIAMOND !I &J
couldn't handle them. They are CRYSTAL Schlitz

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In sing s competition Colin Lloyd, CORN CHIPS ALL FLAVORS uNroAITEDUMONO. .. A POPULAR_ PRICC"
SA, beat Mark Shuford BUS, 8-0. PRETZEL TWIST
Gene Desrochers SA, beat Jason 4 1299 699 CUBES 85 89 .1:
Welty BHS, 8-2. Ashley Carter,SA, 99C5oz. 1 ML ML A.-
beat Chad Welch BHS and '
8-2. CAN IPBL
Justin Ofcrde, SA, beat Shannon CSOF12S8388LOWEST/ >; ..,LARGE BAG ::.. =: 6-PK cANaVSA t

Hicks BUS 83. .
In doubles the Lloyd/Cifonle. SA
beat Shuford/McKinney 8-4 and Mos a
''Desrochers/Carter SA, .beat, i
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Welty/Welch, BUS, 8-1.
In exhibition singles Robbie Sapp,
BHS beat James Tredinick, SA, 64. .
Sampson Fuller lost 7-5, Robbie \s'I .
Sapp lost 7-6,Blaine McChesney lost \
;61. In an exhibition match the BUS ,
team of Shannon Hicks and Sampson
Fuller won 6-1 over the SA team OF
Justin Lewis and Jason Doane.
Shorthanded, the Lady Tornadoeslost LARGEST '
l 7-0 too. In singles Nichole Du-
Pont,SA,defeated Mayra Crus,BUS SELECTION!
1-1. Christy Gray SA beat Sophie
canton,BHS, 8-1.Dorothy ChIn SA,
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eat Amy Griffis, BHS &-2. Kim ,,
Jamla, SA, beat Terri Crawford, I L I II
1 M. With Kristy Harrison and Emily I I' II I
Mugent/ out sick BUS forfeited the I I rI
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ourth match.In 1 1 1 1 1)) I I

doublesDuPontGray, SA
teat Mayra Cruz/Fanton and
CamU/Philllps, SA, beat Grif-
Is/Crawford, BUS, 82.






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Butter Rahn "-.Jthe children.
ICT Staff Writer The Kiwanis Club of Starke pro-
"It was a resounding success," vided supervision and booths for
JN t ty says Beverly McGee, talking about BARC (Bradford Association for
rr the 4th annual Family Fun Festival Retarded Citizens) personnel to sell
held last Saturday on the Santa Fe hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks
Community College parking lot. Profits went to BARC.
Although the event was rained out Included in the various activitieswere
at 1 p.m., an hour before the announced Rythmic Aerobics led by Dana
closing the sponsors Crase and Georgia McFadden; an
were still tlmeh e crowd had exhibition by the Starke Karate Club
been so much better than expectedthat led by Richard Rosenbeck who said,
they had run out of hand-outs, "I'll be back next'ymand health
such as T-shirts and other items. screenings, which were "very
An estimated 400-500 people at- good," according to Ms.McGee.
tended taking part in the various ac- The Interagency Council utilizesthe
tivities and enjoying the exhibits.Ms. Fun Festival as a means of ac-
McGee, chairperson of the quainting Bradford residents with
festival, said, "The Interagency the various services available in the
ht Council reached its goal, as did the county, both through governmental
'Say No' group. It was a wonderful agencies and other groups while
success." largely health related, but not con
Sponsored by the Interagency fined to that issue. Some activitieswere
U Council to acquaint residents of the strictly for entertainment
__ varied services available in Brad- such as "Stardust" a magician
-- ford County,visitors were treated to presented by the Chamber of Corn-
About 200 people participated la the march against drugs poiutored by Bradford Agaliut Drop Saturday March: 17.The March,which: was from the Starke City some two dozen actlvites, from
Hall to..the._ SFCC Andrew Center parking lot,kicked: off a 30'minute anlt.drug rally at the,..."lnrlot during t....Family Fun FcctlvaL rythmic aerobics to a petting zoo for see Festival page 4B



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by Carolyn Eaves as an adult, was released after a .16 percent. He was released after a 14 for DUI (seventh offense), according Feb. 16 State Attorney Len the public to feel confident about the
BCT Staff Wrll rKeystone $1,000 surety bond was posted. $750 surety bond was posted. to Officer Perry Gorman. He Register asked Gov.Dob Martinez to handling of the cases.
was released on his own appoint an ouside state attorney to State Attorney John Tanner of the
Heights Man Traffic Coy Thomas Powell, 44, of recognizance.James handle cases involving two correc- 7th Judicial Circuit has accepted the
Charged With TheftA Keystone Heights was arrested tional officers, Mark Traylor and assignment and assigned Assistant
Maria W. Watson, 22, of Lawteywas March 17 for DUI,possession of can- Brogdon,22,of Clay Countywas Bobby Ray Perdue. They were State Attorney Greg Johnson of
Keystone Heights man who arrested March 17 for failure to nabis, according to Trooper Dwain arrested March 14 on a capias dismissed from their duties and Daytona Beach. Register hcUent
owns towing businesses in Slarke appear for no valid drivers license Hudson. He was released after a from Alachua county charging charged with battery after a county the files to Johnson requesting pro-
and Keystone was arrested March:: 16 (NVDL),according to Deputy Paris. $2,500 surety bond was posted. DWLS, according to Lt. Winston investigation in (lie beating of an inmate mpt attention.
on charges of grand theft and dealing She was released after a$120.25 cash Barber. : Since that time additional
in stolen property. bond was posted. David Scott Cheeseman,39, of VA complaints have been received from
Marc Allen Mosher, 41, of 7844 was arrested March 14 for driving inmates.
Bundy Lake Road was charged on a Lancin Dewayne Hersey, 19, of while license suspended (DWLS), Prosecutor NamedIn Register said he would feel more
warrant from Clay County, accor- Keystone Heights was arrested according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Bradford CO CasesA comfortable U a state attorney from Classified'Ads
ding to Paul Fuentez and Rick March 17 for driving under influence He was released after a 215.25 cash outside the 8th Judicial Circuit
Singer, agents with Florida Depart- (DUD and possession of an alcoholic bond was posted. special prosecutor has been handles the jail-related cases Get Results!
ment of Law Enforcement. beverage by person under age 21,ac- named to handle cases In Bradford because he does not want to jeopardize -
Fuentez said Mosher, who ownsMosher's cording to Officer W. S. Allen. William Paul Thompson, 59, of
.. County involving an alleged beating his office's working relationshipwith
blood alcohol e' !r "' \\:' ... .
lIersey's itAH Marrh f thA
24-Hour Towing is Orange Count WAR rr AM .w..rat pmintv tAil the sheriffs office and he wants
suspected of stealing a truck from
Ocala and stripping itand selling the -- --

parts.KDLE and the state Division of
Motor Vehicles conducted a routine I 000/0
investigation of Mosher's Starke
business on US-301 south and in WinnDixieTM '.
Keystone Heights March 1 and found
parts belonging to stolen vehicles at SATISFACTION
the Clay County business,accordingto

Mosher Fuentez.,a convicted felon from the GUARANTEEDIF
St Petersburg's area, was released
after a $25,003 surety bond was YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,

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Recent
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Jerry Wayne Gay, 24, of South
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Embritt Soul Lee,56,was arrested "
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Horn tional Officer Faces Job Review for Drug Involvement

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\ prison correctional officer may after a commission panel In January ed her Job in an "exemplary man During her trial Hart acknowledgedher prison came to her mobile home sheshared dictment against Hart, adding
.0 her state certification because ruled there was probable cause to ner". There was no reason not to fiance's drug habit but said she with her fiance to pick up a fiance Alton James 'A. J.' Boles.
drug indictments 1987 and 1988.. take action against her. promote her, she had not been con- had made him quit and that she hadno package. She said she opened the Boles pled guilty to the marijuana
Shirley Merrill Hart, 31, faces a Hart, who works at the North victed of a crime and had not been Involvement with drugs. freezer to allow Thompson to take a charge and was sentenced Jan. 6,
view by the Criminal Justice Stan- Florida Reception and Medical stripped of her certification. Accor- Hart was charged with 33 people small package of marijuana out 1989 to two years (15 day rds and Training Commission for Center, was promoted from ding to Denman, any officer losing following a federal drug (mostly co- because she was afraid of him. five years probation $2,500 tine
ssible disciplinary action, In- sergeant to lieutenant In November.She certification would be fired. caine) investigation in Bradford Jurors deadlocked! In an 11-1 vote to $428.68 restitution and a $50 special
ding revocation of her law cn- started at the prison as a clerk in County as a.result of undercover acquit Hart on the charges and a assessment.
rcement certification. Florida 1979. Other employees complainedof Charged in 1987 with distributionand work by Johnnie Blaine Thompson mistrial was declared.A Hart completed a six months
partment of Law Enforcement Is her promotion but Superintendent conspiracy to distribute marijuana a convicted drug dealer. Hart saidThompson federal grand jury came right pretrial diversion program Nov. 3,
eparing a complaint against Hart George Denman said Hart perform Hart was tried In June, 1988. after his release from back August 10, 1988 with a new in- 1DR9 and her charges were dropped.


Florida's Uninsured Motorists Risk Losing"-' License Plates Maybe., Vehiclesby I

Carolyn Eaves screwdrivers will soon receive a tool jury and property liability Insurance property damage liabilty. Before more than 12 million registered issued its first list of violators Jan.
kit as they begin seizing registration that, $10,000 in personal injury protection vehicles are tracked on a highway 24.If
Florida law enforcement officers tags. The tags of motorist who don't Since Oct. 1, Florida law requires was required. department computer in police stop a motorist who has
ho are not now armed with tarry the mandatory personal In- motorists to carry $10,000 worth of The insurance records of Florida's Tallahassee. The computer tracking been tagged as an Insurance violatorby
the Department of Highway Safe-
'.: '', ty and Motor Vehicles, the officer
will take off the license plate and if
the owner (s) are present they may
have the car towed.In .
Duval County, the sheriffs of-
fice has pulled ten tags so far this-

year.Firsttime.
.. violators must pay$150
.
QUANTITY MIGHTSRESERVED to have their license plates
==....- -c.r.= .../' .. 1 WmtMMKM(TOM* MO.OOfVMOMT ti N : reinstated. Second-time and third-time violatorsare
n i IMC charged $250
\t =" I Ilrk 'r w u PRICES, GOOD v violators pay $500.
When insurance companies sell or
THURS.WED.MARCH .
\ / _
cancel an automobile insurance
: :M / 22-28, 1990 I policy, the companies are requiredto
.
report the transaction to the
18 highway department.
Insurance companies selling more
U. S. CHOICE \ than 1,000 policies a year are re-
quired to report the transactions on
PREMIUM GRADE
SEMIBONELESS SELECT LEAN a computer tape.If .

WHOLE or HALF BOSTON BUTT FRYER cancelled a car, the owner's department insurance waits 30 Is
days to see if the owner purchased a
new policy. If not, the departmentsends

RIB EYES PORK ROAST LEG T S ing If him the a letter to motorist buy to a the policy.fails motorist. to get advis-In-

surance, the car owner's registration -

STORE 9-11 LB. violation.So data far there.is flagged are 400 for violators an insurance Iden-

$ HOURS PKG. don't tified have around the the mandated state. Drivers insurance who

8 A.M. 3 won't get notice for renewal when
TIL their tags expire.


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U.S. CHOICE WHOLE or HALF(SLICED F'1.E.11 SELECT LEAN BOSTON BUTT MEDALLION BRAND FAMILY PACK that the point on his sub

BONELESS RIBEYES La. 98 PORK STEAK . LB. M57 FRYER BREASTS LB. 5 198 ject's and twelve shoe Inches should-be the between longer the six

point, the higher the rank.REPO .
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'.:ter' 12-oz. DOGS 3-LB. $399 Checking Traveler' Checks
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.LB. > PKG. CORN P1(0. Savings Account.Credit Card Applications
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W-D SPECIAL TRIM BONELESS SMOKED SAUSAGE p&5"INDIVIDUALLY Certificates of Deposit Night Depository
WHOLE DELMONICO' $yi90 Money Market Accounts Notary Public/ FISHER STEREO

SMOKED HAMS i. it 97C STEAKS . . IB. QUICK FROZEN su HOURS: Turntable, Double Cassette, CD
CHOICE W-O BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF WHITING FILLETS. PKa: $699 MON-WED 9 am4pmTHURS.4FRI. sr 1x"nnaffiet Player,AM/FM Radio, 5 Band
;.w 9 a m-6
pm. Graphic Equalizer
LAMBSHANKS $ -97 SEMI-BONELESS $O98 INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN SATURDAY 8 a.m2 p m. ank\sr'
. LI RIB ROAST . i. 3 FLOUNDER FILLETS PKa: $999 Pay Sales Tax Down&
W-D BRAND COUNTRY MILD or HOT ITALIAN
VEAL CHUCK STEAKS FRESH MARKET $177 HOUSE $979per

or SHOULDER STEAKS LI $299 GROUND SAUSAGE tE SLICE BACON lLzt394, .
week for 2 years.
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APP1E ,,. LOW PRICE Turntable, Double Cassette 5
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per week for 2 years.
DINNER PACKSIVIRYDAY "'
45 WATT FISHER

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CHOICE Turntable, AM/FM Radio, Model
EA. SERVES 4 723BK
Pay Sales Tax Down &

INCLUDES YOUR CHOICE OF:
$400per
SLAB BARBECUE PORK RIBS or

2 WHOLE BARBECUE CHICKENS or
EVERYDAY LOW"PRICE I ill week for 1
IVIRYDAT LOW PRICI
LOW PRICI 2 LBS. of f BONELESS PORK ROAST, year.
BUTTERMILK or REGULAR
LIGHT PUMPERNICKLE STYLE VIENNA or PAR KAY $ -59 DOWNYFLAKEWAFFLES 87C CHOPPED or WHOLE G.E. 19" TV

PEPPERID6E FARM SPREAD . . Ut Y . INt LOAF OF FRENCH BREAD 8-1923, Remote Control, Cable
TEXAS STILE or BUTTER FLAVOR ALL VARIEe! ; PLUS A CHOICE OF TWO SIDE DISHES: Comp.
BREAD SUPERBRAND f 00 DANO'S O $KCO LB. POTATO SALAD Pay Sales.Tax Down &
s0L$1
9 BISCUITS ... D PIZZA . U FOR 3 La COLE SLAW
I $11 ALL FLAVORS ALL VARIETIES(EXCLUDINQ VEAL PARMIGIANA.. La BAKED BEANS $632per
MINUTE MAID SLICED BEEF a LASAGNA)
98C BANQUET O $COO
FRUIT DRINKS :T: O- IJu h 9 DELI week for 1 year.
ENTREES . INGS t: i +.;
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THRIFTY MAIDLONG UPERBRANO ., BOILED HAM -
GRAIN 78c LONGHORN $1 58 ASTOR ORANGE 12e $139 Fisher VCR :

RICE . . .. Mlru.. HALFMOON CHEESE. u JUICE . . CA svga Model 4100
Sales Tax Down &
Pay
HEAD ON CLEANED '
MARKETPLACE F RESHEo $4 99 LB.

M WE PHARMACY WILL NOT KNOWINGLY SALMON la $450 perwsokforlyear.Fisher .

BE! UNDER!: SOLD P VANILLA
FRESH SALMON 99c
NPH U 100 CP310 $599
LILLY'S 4150CT.MEDIUM CREME HORNS fNG VCR
STEAKS LE
INSULIN. I . I' IA.$5S9 HEADLESS FRESH-NEVER FROZEN Model FVH 920
LILLY'S HUMULtN' NPH, REGULAR or ;FISHERMANLENTE t' WHARF If WHITE SHRIMP DELTA PRIDE > $399 MILD CHEDDAR $269 Pay Sales Tax Down &
CHEESE. . LE
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Y I n merce. Council provided information about ?
A number of educational shows the services it offers to residents of Looking
1 were related to topics other than the two counties.
health services. Check the Classifieds!
I The Bradford County Library The New River Solid Waste
showed its new bookmobile and the Association had a program on
Division of Forestry brought "fishing for Utter" and the Suwan-
Smokey the Bear to visit with nee River Economic Council provided
youngsters of all ages. information on its services for W&m1fgQ[ [ ) If@ OOlliJW
The Hforrt-IJninn Oitirtanre Bradford county residents.

Good Used Baby Items:

1 I 'I .......I" t INTERNATIONAL .Portacribs. Bassinets i SwingP aypens
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'CHRISTIAN'Pastor Easton CENTER.Jr. I iifl,g HWfirer! I s' S I t .;
f/i (1. ; Larry, uby f 1 J ; .0Efc.t'A
THURSDAY -
7:30 P.M. -Changing Trial Into
... .......
-- triumph (A series of messages providing Insight
Bill Brown center demonstrates bow to put hand print on the hand print wall m Into the role of teas and trial and God1 desire and Co .,
sponsored by the Bradford County Parent Education AModatlon. plan to cue you to triumph and pl'Oape..ln them) 4&OLawrenceBlvd. q; /rac (teed Open!10-5 Mon.

SUNDAY 10:00 AM "Vessels of Honor. The Role of 473-7140(
Design e Installation e Lawn Maintenance T\jm>tAanfj 6 t Relationship la Church Growth. Keystone Heights Even Only
unto Qo.w1ik1always
Commercial e Residential
caujttA us SUNDAY 8:30 P.M.Faith that overcomes" (the
to triumph aruf sixth In a eerie better enabling you to view yourself
GreenSpaceLANDSCAPING mattes man feu and life with courage, enthusiasm, and power)
iff of Ha CORBETT'S'People
savour
Nursery Available
& NURSERY know4 o.iJ IU
In every ptaci. Located between Waldo and Orange Heights onJICor.2:14
U.S. 301 (at the ) ,
NEW LOCATION Phone Number 468-2355 '

Hwy. 100 & Larry Ritter Keep

Commercial Circle 473-3423 SUPER PRICE REDUCTION Coming Back


These Used Cars & Trucks MUST GO!! I Why?
Price and
Was IS

1989 Buick Century 4 Dr $12,988 $11,988 ServiceCome

1986 Buick Regal 2 Dr $7,988 $7,488 le .& See

1988 Buick LeSabre 4 Dr $12,988 $11,988

1987 Buick LeSabre 4 Dr $9,988 $9,488 SSS .

1983 Buick Electra 4 Dr $3,988 $2,988

1984 Buick LeSabre 4 Dr $3,988 $2,988 BRAKE SERVICE'&RBALANCE

1981 Cadillac Seville 4 Dr $5,988 $4,988 Replace resurface pads drums or shoes or rotors: : 9
1986 Chev. Caprice 4 Dr $7,488 $6,988 pack bearings; bleed &adjust: J "fl. $
road-test most American cars 00
1985 Chev. Camaro 2 Dr $6,488 $5,488 &trucks. Metallic parts extra Front or 16
when required. Rear
1977 Chev. C10 PU $2,488 $1,988 NO HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIALI
Most
r fun A IM
1986 Ford Bronco II 4x4 $9,988 $8,988

1988 Ford Ranger PU ,$7,988 $7,488 FRONT END

1988 GMC 4x4 $12,488 $11,988 Includes act caster camber
Jimmy
Fixing up or adding on? toe In to mfrs. specs. ALIGNMENft
1988 GMC Jimmy $11,488 $10,988 suspension &steering
We've got the home For most American cars.
1987 Honda Civic 4 Dr $7,488 $6,988 Front wheel drive and
improvement loan for vehicles extra. Parts extra. Urea,
you. 1987 Nissan Truck PU $6,988 $6,488 riil.l'J-II1i1:

Whether you're just fixing up,or making a major repair or 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass 2 Dr $7,988 $7,488 TRUCK TIRES. k. USA
adding on,look to your local community bank for a home K ,
improvement loan. 1986 Olds Delta 88 4 Dr. $9.988 $9,488 GRAN PRIX.RVS

We know how cherished your home is. We know the joys of 31X10.50 15LT $71.00 I MOUNTED AND 1
home ownership. We know the feeling of accomplishment that 1985 Buick Skylark 4 dr $3488 1984 Olds Delta 88 2 dr $5488 31X11.50 LT BALANCED AT NO
comes from making even the smallest Improvement. $78.00 EXTRA CHARGE
Because we're your local bank,we share that joy. We feel home 1988 Buick LeSabr dr $10.988 1985 Plymouth Reliant SW $3988 33X12.50-.15 $90.00
improvement loans are community Improvement loans. 1988 Buick Skylark 4 dr $8488 1985 Pontiac Wagon $6988
When you decide It's time for new lidil1S.or an extra room,or toWith 1990 Buick Century 4 dr $14,988 1978 Chevrolet Suburban $4988
rcshingle,see us first. Let's share the joy together. 1988 Buick Regal dr $10,488 1987 Chevrolet Van $9488 RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
1982 Buick Electra 4 dr $2788 1986 Dodge D100 PU $6988 P153-8OR13 $37.00 $31.00
1986 Buick Regal 2 dr $7988 1986 Ford Aarostar $8988 P175-80R13 41.00 $33.00
1984 Buick LeSabre 4 dr $3988 '1974 Ford PU $1988 P193-73R14 $44.00 $37.00
1987 Chevy Cavalier 2 dr $4988 1986 Ford F1 SO PU $6988 P2O3-73R14 646.OO 39.00
1984 Chev.Celebrity 2 dr $3488 1986 OUC Safari Van $8988 P213-73R13 50.00 $41.00
1987IROCZ2dr $11,488 1986 CMC C10 PU $7988 P233-73R15 B2.OO $49.OO
1984 Ford LTD 114 dr $2988 1988 GMC Van $8488
I 1988 Honda Prelude 2 dr $14,488 1986 GMC SIS $5988 Air' "
: 1988 Hyundai dr $5488 1988 GMC PU $11,488 Conditioning $6' .9.
Your Hometown T,14 1986 Mere Grand Marq.4 dr $9588 1980 QMC PU $2488 Service. Special:* 1
1013: Olds Delta e8 4 Dr. $4988 1987 Toyota Conv.Van $8988 < Plus Fre+ t't


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Spring Festivalof


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March 24The


Guy Andrews Minority
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Scholarship Committee of Santa Fe .
Community College Andrews Centerin
Starke is presenting a "Spring
Festival of Song" benefit concert
J Je Saturday, March 24 at : in

Auditorium.the Bradford 'I JJ

Scheduled to appear r
are "Legacy of Love"
children under the
\ Lavon Drivas, soloist
O ton of Ocala, Rev. tisa.
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and The Gospel
Baptist Choir of
the Bradford High
The community is
port this activity.
for adults and $2
Tickets may be
Lila Yawn at 964-5302
member of the !Insta1Iatl0n'I fi


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KEYSTONE liars
t ,-; ,. CR 18 & :
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'.play area sponsored by the Klwanb Club

\ l on Call Street,will coiuUt of platform
\ All of : J
: Types
I aerie of awing,an overhand crawl and a

oldest Olympic winner was Oe.r Q. Swahn of Sweden who won Sales, Service & ;'
the gold In the 1912 Running Deer team shooting competition at 64 years, Money for the project,about$3,500, wai raised through donation and fund ratten, Denmark laid.
258 days. He won a silver medal for shooting In the 1920 Olympics.

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Weekend Movie SDecia September 89 Land



Sales Hit $1.3 Million,



Down From AugustLand

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and real estate sales recorded section 2, T6S, R20E, 10000.
in Bradford County during the Suzanne Lynne Kitchens and
month of September totaled $1.3 Steve L. Whitehead to Barbara L.
HOME ENTERTAINMENT CONCEPTS million, down from $1.865 million in Strode, Starke, lot 1, block 2, South
August, and $1.478 million in Gate Replat, section 33, T6S, R22E,
September last year. $64,000.
1 Largest sale of the month was L.J. and Audrey Kite to Linda Sue
Deerfoot Village 964-6946 from Belco Enterprises to Florida Davis parcel 33, the S 132' of N396'
Bankshares, Inc. parcel in R.N. of W330rof NWV4 of SWV4 section 11,
Dowlings addition to the Town of T7S, R21E, 10000.
Starke, for$131,000. L.J. and Audrey Kite to William
O Values of property are figured and Katherine Thornton, Starke,
from the amount documentary parcel 27,the W132' of E1584'of S330'of
taxes paid at time of recording in the S'/4 of NE'/4, section. 11, T7S,
office of the Clerk of Courts at the R21E, 9000.
courthouse. L.J. Kite, Jr. to Ronald E.
Ht; Sales, as recorded in Septemberare Newman,Jr. 5.66 acres in NEVi, sec-
: tion 11, T7S, R21E, $21,000.
Jonathan L. Batten to Penny L.J. Kite, Sr. to David and Alyce
Bayes, Starke, lot 3, block 2, Nichols Pierce, 1.08 acres in NE'/4 of NEVt
Acres, in the S'/j of SW/4, section 32, section 10, T7S, R21E, $13,000.
T6S, R22E, $10,000. L.J. Kite, Sr. to Angel Rosado and
Belco Enterprises to Bradford Margarita Valez, New York, lot 1,
Bankshares, Inc., parcel lying in 1.10 acres In SWV of NEV4, section
blocks 1 & 2 of R.N. Dowlings Addi- 11, TIS, R21E, $9,000.
tion to Town of Starke, $131,000. L.J. Kite Sr. to Joseph E. and
\p 1I,:,. !\"t111 r(: ,:' ------ ---
t < Van Wayne and Patricia M. Bennett Bridgett A. Starling, Starke, parcel
to John P.and Hilda A.Spratlin, 29, W132' of E1320' of S330', in 5',.. of
Lawtey, lot 61, Woodlawn, section NE'/4, section 11, T7S, R21E, $5,300.
29, T5S, R22E, $9,600. Fredrick and Gloria Mack to Ear
/ James Yeager Chapter No. 82, ly, Jr. and Zander Sue Young,
Lawtey Council No. 39, Bradford Starke, 1 acre in SVa of NWtt of
I Commandery No.7, to Victory SW/4, section 18, T6S, R22E, $3,000.
( Revival Center of Heilbron Springs, William H. and Loretta J. Mar-
26" 1.5 Acres in S'/i of SW/4 of SE'/i,section chant to William C. and Carol M.
35, TSS, R21E, 43500. Phillips, portion of NE'A of SW/4
Bradford Land and Cattle Co., Inc. and portion of NWV of SE'/4 section
to Rick A. and Kathy J. Terry, 28, T6S, R22E, in City of Starke,
20" DUOONM. Remote Control Color TV Hampton, 2.06 acres, lot 12 River
/ Bend Estates in EV4 of SE'/4,section Hazel Thomas Waldron to LloydM.
$449 19, T7S, R21E, $12,000. .and Shabie J. Dugger, Waldo,S'4
On ScreenProgramming Bradford Land and Cattle Co., Inc. of SWV4 of NW/4 and NW'/4 of SW'/4,
$ 13"GP229Remote to James W. Dorminey, Jr., Hampton section 23, T6S, R21E. $102,000.
n Cable Ready $3 39 Control 239 2.05 acres, lot 11 River Bend Luther M. and Kathleen Moody to
w Auto Programming Screen Estates in E'/4 of SEVt, section 19, Donald R. and Mary J. Tilley,
On Screen On Prog. T7S, R21E, 7,500. Jacksonville, parcel in SEVi of SEVi,
Thomas M. and Virginia Bradleyto section 29,T6S, R22E, City of Starke,
Patricia Bradley, Fort Walton $10,000.
Beach, SW'/4 of SE'/i, section 19, Howard M., Jr. and Susan D. Mottto
CONVENIENTON-SCREENDISPLAY T73, R22E, $1,000. Jerry M. and Mary S. Alvarez,
:Something To Take To 'T1i e Rita C. and Randall B. Branhamto Orange Park, lot 5, Geneva Lake

.. Digital remote control Hardy W. and Judy G. Priest, lot Estates, $93,500.Elizabeth .
.
"" 1 ><" : ,*'" 28, Knights Replat, section 21, T6S, F. Nazworthy to John
S MTS'.Stereo' sound : :Beach With 'Y4 oii. .= ;!::: R22E, $46,000.William nie H. Nichols, Starke, lot 1 and N',4
.5-Jackaudlolvldeomonllor'pan81 mtf T: *, ':': ./,) G. Brown and Janis E. lot 4, block 2, Nat Williams Addition,
147-channel' capable luner. ,o/" Brown to Gordon W. and Evelyn L. section 22, T6S, R22E, $1,995.
Brown, Melrose, lots 18& 19,block 5, Mary M. Nolan to Margaret Anne
Santa Fe Shores, section 1, T9S, Harding, Jacksonville, portion of
GE GERadio GE Radio R22E, $57,000. block 47, Sampson City North of G S
Bob L. and Sandra B. Cooper to & F RR, and south of SR-225, $5,000.
sette Cassette Disc Player & FNB Properties, Inc., Jacksonville, Mark and Elaine Olin to Otto F.
.; RadisS 5.39 acres in NE'/ of SWV4, section and Eloise H. Siemer, Donaldsonville -
3-5665 31, T7S, R22E, $39,500. Ga., W 200' of E 400' of S'i of
Portable Component Cassette. Nancy S. Crosby to Wayne T. and SEV'4, north of SR-230, in section 25,
MmSlze' 16 Prog. Memory Goldie K. Hudson, Lake City, lots 53 T6S, R22E, $14,400.
.. Stereo Lake Peaslee to Cindav Enter.
MyrtleS.
J 3 Band Equalizer and 55, Pine Avenue, Crystal
FtfSereo': >5 Bind Graphic EqualizerAMFM Auto End of Tape Shut Homesites, $7,500. prises, Inc., Starke, lot 3, block 1,
Stereo Off Sarah J. Fulgham to Alfred B. A.L. Alvarez Addition to Town of
"' : > Horne and Barbara Slough, Sebastian Starke, section 28, T6S, R22E,
-, ,' 'I ( .,p $$95 Fl., parcels 22 and 23, Tom- $11,000.
$ wood Estates, in SE"4 of NWV4, section Susan A. Rhea to Harry M., Jr.
$ $249 10, T7S, R22E, $16,000. and Linda K. Adkisson, Keystone
$9495 Annie Bell Mosley and Ethel Mae Heights, lot 26, block A, Cypress
Hankerson James R. and Debra S. Beach, section 26, T8S, R22E,
Limited Quantity _ _ _ & 2, block 1,
$ Flynn, Starke, lots 1 $11,000.
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VCR.7515. > .$2 > "v. J. Sunny Acres, section 21, T6S, R22E, Edward F. and Julia W. Rippl-
W. and Lucille M.
$15,000. inger to George
I ONLY GE.We bring good thing to life. Philip Howell to V. Wayne and Little, Starke, lot 6, block 3, South
Phyllis D. Haight, Brooker, parcel Gate Replatd, in SEV4 of NE'/4, section .
Reg. $73 NoT 4, part of W'-4 of NE'/4 of NE'/4 33, T6S, R22E, $50,000.
SHAKE section 30, T7S, R21E, $7,200. Jewell T. Roberts to Dianne W.
Philip Howell to Teddy W. Key, Akridge, Starke, portion of SWV of
150 Watt System.- SilV'-oiw parcel in E'/i of SE4( of SEV4, sec. SWV4, section 27, T6S, R22E, 43000.
SALE Black end ___ lion 15, T6S, R22E, $8,000. James and Rachel Royal to Ray
7700 Remote I .. -- -- -- Betty Louise Hunt to Arthur L. and mond O. Bourne, Flagler Beach,
CD >
SlJ WlH] ( Robbin D. Willis, Starke, lot 4, tract No. 4 in NEV4 of NWV, section
\ Knights Replat, City of Starke, 35 TBS, R22E $120,000.
$
CD Double Cass. $6 495 General Electric' beat $42,900.
Cont. Play; Graphic long-range reception, In Wallace A. and Ruby J. Ingram to Irvin R. and Barbara J. Sefrled to
Equalizer sound quality, station / ""'" Tsutomu and Nina Oshima and William M. HunUer' Durham,
selectivity andseparation !'""'i I Rosario and Mary Ippolito, Islip, Conn., parcel WVi of SEV
Reg. $1198 N.Y., lot 1. block 1, Bessent Manor of SEV, section 9, T6S, R22E also
Unit 1, In NW1'4 of SW'/i section 27, portion of EVh of NWV4 of NEV. of
SALE T6S, R22E, $82,000. NK:' ", section 16,T6S, R22E$17,890.
T1iiJ Jack Courtnay and Associates,
Mobile CB Inc., to Margaret S. Higgins, Atlanta V.jlli.uu M. und Hetty Wayshner to
4 a Compact ,lot 16,ARI Woods,in SE'/4 section JriMph U and Kelly L. Hagan,
24, T8S, R22E, $10,600. Sturke, parcel 1 In "Wayshner
'- Francis Denise Jolly to Annie Bell Tract", 1.84 acres In NWV section
999 I $ Mosley. Starkle, lot 5, block I, White 12, T6S, R21E, 9900.
$54 Acre, in SWV of NWV4, section 28, Kenneth J. and Cecelia E. Youngto
'I'IIS, R22E, 48000. Pine Hill Lodge No. 9, Free and
Kevanie Corporation, dba Paul T. Accepted Masons, Starke, lot 8,
1 C'oltins Co.. to Seyn ore E. and An- block 14, Ward City, section 8, T73
;Alia L. Vaiui,parcel in NEVi of NEV R20E, $1,800.




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by Buster Rahn capped by its charter at 35 golf course comparable to the best in Smokey' Mountains,. Covering
KT Staff Writer members since it Is difficult to find North Florida. Several campers*en- thousands of acres. r
i New River Ramblers will descendon camping facilities for larger groups.In joyed playing the course with green The Ramblers spend four diy. in
ThomasviUe. Georgia with 30 fees a reasonable $11 per day the Moccasin Creek Campgroundlast
motor homes and campers April 28 the upcoming Thomasville trip regardless of the number of holes year and look forward to returning -
for a four-day stay while attending Wagonmaster Neil Tucker had to played.Senior citizens played for$9. this year.The club has 20 reser-
the annual Rose Parade and make: reservations in January and Ramblers didn't know about the vations for the camp out.
Festival. was able to got only 25 sites. The large lake adjacent to the park, and In October the Ramblers will
.. ." ,.. During their stay in Thomasville other five campers In the local group didn't carry fishing tackle, but they return again to North Georgia to see
"\ the Ramblers will take two con will stay in the over-flow area, sans saw speckled perch caught from the the turning the leaves. This trip
iii' \ ducted tours of ante-belium: man- utilities. dock, and heard reports of several the destination will be Hiwassee not
f'.1\' sions in the area before returning Most motor home owners are self large bass being caught in a nearby' too far from Franklin Tennessee, a
: home. contained including generators for pond.Only. focal point- for Florida tourists.
The New River Ramblers ChapterIs electricity and will have no problem 15 rigs made the' trip Franklin Is about 18 miles from
\ : part of Good Sam International,a camping without utilities. However somewhat fewer than the number Highlands a mecca for the well-to-
'>\ : 1 world-wide organization of recreational trailer owners rarely have on-board usually making monthly campouU. do with unlimited money td spend.
3k:- vehicle (RV) owners whose generators and need electrical The Ramblers spend little time in i
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'ri7J;. '" ; purpose Is to enjoy frequent use of hpolc-ups. Almost all campers have Ramblers ordinarily campout the Florida,State Parks because" it is
p.; F their RVs and support the parent sufficient water on board and second week-end each month, but. hard to get reservations during II
---..:,,", \.r\'> organizations charity dogs for the holding tanks for sewage. dates of the Rose Festival upset the winter 'months, and secondly
deaf. The second week-end in March regular schedule. After returning Florida prices are out of line with
Last Day... the Ramblers camped in Little Oc- from Thomasville,the be state owned parks in Georgia, with
Kerry RoweD right worked lib lut day.*city executive. far lint Union The local chapter draws its mulgee State :Park, McRae home only for one grour.Will: : fewer facilities. -
National Bank In Starke Friday.March 16. Rowell,who hai been with the membership largely from Bradfordand Georgia about 190 miles from heading for Moccasin Creek In North
bank since October of 1988 accepted a position with tint Union National Union Counties but it Isn't Starke on US-441. Georgia near the Tennessee line. Camping clubs In South'Floridahave
restricted to those boundaries. Two Little Ocmulgee named for the Moccasin Creek Is also a Georgia a difficult time in finding parks
Bank In Palatka*city executive and began! hb new Job Monday,March 19.
members live in High Springs and river .that can accept ten or more camping
on which it is located, is an State Park,on Lake Lanier a deep
,left,I the executive for Flnt Union National BankIn
Cindy Boatright ) new city one in Jacksonville. outstanding park, with a large lake, impoundment that meanders rigs during the tourist season
Starke.Prior to her promotion Boatright served.area operation Membership In the local chapter Is Honntiful rolling hills and an 1R hnl. throughout ,the foothills of the November to April.:,
coordinator for First Union In North Central Florida.She and her family will - -
relocate to Starke from Calnervllle eventually. Smith Scholarship Applications Available at School Board Office

Applications are now available for -Smith-Scholarship.In family of Foster Shi and Mary Ann Scholarship is designed for studentsin
,students who wish to apply for the 1984 a donation was made by the Smith for the establishment of a their junior or senior. year at a college
scholarship fund. Recipients will or university.To
receive$500 per year to cover tuition '
and textbook expenses. Applicantsmust obtain an application form
have completed an contact Eugenia Whitehead direc-
undergraduate program and be tor of student services, Bradford
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Bradford Traffic Smith pled guilty improper tag; supervision 60 days. under court supervision.Roy Shirley Whatley Williams pled no court probation..
$52 court costs. Riley Leonard urlffls pled no con- Edward $700 no con- contest disorderly intoxication; $50 76TTneI; "McCray pled no contest
Court Finals Smith pled guilty violation of test DWLS; fined $251.50. test DUI; fined license court costs and dismiss. retail theft; $50 court costs, Tri
drivers license; present and Douglas Hinson Hardy pled no suspended six months, attend DUI Williams charged with resisting County supervision six months, 19
dismiss. contest DUI; fined $700, license school, 50 hours community: work, arrest without violence; dismissed. days in jail concurrent.
by Carolyn Eaves Connie Spradling found guilty suspended five years, attend DUI Tri County supervision. Timothy Bruce Newman charged McCray charged with resisting
IICT SlaH Writer NVDL; continue to present valid school, Tri County supervision one with battery; dismissed. merchant; dismissed
license, pay$52. year ten days in ail. Misdemeanor Division Emma P. Newsom Diggs pled no Andrea Martin pled guilty petit
The following defendants ap- Frederick Steele charged with Hardy charged with DWLS; ArraignmentsLisa contest disposing of personal proper. theft; sentenced to 11 days in jail
peared before Judge George H. DWLS; present valid license and dismissed. Brantley pled no contest worthless ty under lien; Tri County supervision with credit for time served,$50 court
Pierce In Bradford County Traffic pay $52 or pay$120.25. Dana Robert Masey pled no con- check; restitution has been one year to make restitution. costs.
Court March 6 where their cases James Alen Trosino pled no con- test wilful-wanton reckless driving; made, ordered to pay $50 court Larry Gene DeSue pled no contest
received final disposition. test DWLS; presented valid license, fined $700, Trl County supervisionsix costs. disorderly intoxication; fined
dismissed. months, violate no laws. Johnell McCray pled no contest af- 12025.
Thomas Edwin Aaron pled guilty Trosino pled no contest 61mph in a Bryan Lee Masteller pled no con- fray; ordered to stay away from vic- STARKE SHOE REPAIR
driving while license suspended posted zone(35mph); fined$156. test DUI; fined $437.50, license tim, violate no laws be tested for Change of PleaAlfred .
(DWLS): fined $146.50, Tri County Damon J. Whitaker pled no con- suspended six months, attend DUI drugs and alcohol, six months Tri Lee Griffin pled no contest 120 E. Call St. Starke
60 test DUI; fined $437.50 license school, 50 hours community work, 964-6261
supervision days.
County Probation 50 hours community petit theft; waived costs, 14 days in
Sherry Kelly Clemons pled guilty school suspended ilx months, attend DUI Trl County supervision one year. work,credit for time served. jail! credit for time served. Boot Sales & Expert
DWLS; fined 14650. 50 hours community work, Masteller charged I with NVDL; McCray pled no contest: disorderly Dwayne Gann pled no contest petit
Lucinda B. Crawford pled no con- Trl County supervision one year. dismissed. Intoxication; $50 court casts, theft; two days in Jail with credit for RepairVork
test DWLS; fined$146.50,.Trl County Whitaker pled no contest unlawful Donald Lee Nettles pled no contest Vera Jean Rodgers pled guilty affray time served, $50 court costs,60 days
alteration of tag dismissed. DUI fined $437.50, license suspended -
Probation. ; ; ; 25 days In jail with credit for
Jerry Wayne Gayle pled guilty Im Whitaker pled no contest careless six months,attend DUI school,50 time served, six months probation. ---- -
proper tag: dismissed. driving; fined$52,Tri County super- hours community work, Tri County David F. Rodgers charged with '
Gayle pled guilty DWLS; fined vision to pay fine. supervision to pay fine and do com- criminal mischief; dismissed. Bradford
$146,50. Arnau Dale led no contest munity work then probation will be
Kenneth Bradley Green pled'guilty DWLS; fined $148.5 Tri County dismissed when fine paid will be CHAINLINK Chiropractic Center

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school, 50 hours community work, Liquor Stores Prices REPAIRS Next lo the Chamber of Commerce
Trl County supervision one year. combine to Start 964-4957
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Green pled guilty refusing to sign you AUSTIN FENCE CO.
citation; dismissed. LOWER PRICES 3/22
Highway! 100
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$52 court costs.
Green pled guilty careless driv- IN'HOUSE XPECIALS; : ,THIS :WEEK:! ALL TYPES. IN ANY AREA PAIN CONTROL rillA
$52 court costs.
ing Abram; Griffis pled guilty no valid 750:;CANADIAN LORD:;.CALVERT'sr'-; "6.99;tfft FEATIJRING THE F ICf fXPUTS Headaches INJURIES
drivers license (NVDL); 500 word TR='EARLY TIMES. ; .f.7.99:1' : PAUL AUSTIN GEORGE MANNING Neck &Arm
essay why should not drive on ;' LTR CANADIAN OWNER ICAUINJARVISUFE&FRAISEMMSTRIES Mid Back Work Related
restricted license,60 days court probation MIST ,8.19" t Low Back& Leg '
and. dismiss after receive f.75 OLD THOMPSON 10,99:' ; Sports
essay.Theadore. 0750 SEAGRAMS V.O._ :" 8.99't1 .'Personal.Auto
Davis Hicks pled guilty p.O. Accidents
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Dorthea Pearce Linger pled
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Richard. Wayne Mikell' pled no 1 Mile North of Starke US 301 10:30 amSunday
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Tri Sharon County Kilby Probation.Nettles pled and OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEKWEDNESDAY'S Wednesday 7:00pm Evening Worship 964-4957 24 HOUR BEEPER

DWLS; present valid license 7:3m Oflloa Hours: Man.-FrI.8:30-6OO p.m. Sat By Appointment j
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Benjamin F. Patterson pled no
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license,dismissed. WELL DRILLING & SEPTIC TANK
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"At Issue:

"
Step-piirenting"

Set 2 1 1 1r'r
April

v'xvv.v.v.1. In legend: story and.fairy tale, j js
stepmother and stepfathers have +ren
; traditionally been cruel and wicked.
:: "In real life,"said Starke Elementary
School Guidance Counselor
Melba Johnson, "stepmothers
sometimes become convenient persons -
upon whom children can
displace hostility; Which.cannot be
directly expressed" .
xk How tolerant should a stepfather
be when a child declares "I don't
have to do what,you say.;,you're not _
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my real daddy. :
There is also the'child's perspec- /
tive Involving conflicts, emotionsand J
F expectations: k+i r
pMfk1
The Bradford County Parent t w
Education Committee will sponsor
"At Issue:Step-parenting"on April
? :3 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Starke
Rj ElementaryjSchool cafeteria. 1
Johnson will be the guest speakerand
will provide possible solutions to
: problems families encounter in
\. ,{ ,'" remarriage..
J
j \ I .r: Please Join us.There Is nd chargefor
\\I:. t I \ r: : : admission Refreshments and
J ', "I JA A AI child care are also provided free to
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date* back to 1900.Aader.on tau been collecting antique clothing for 25 year.. .


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Makes a Living- in Victorian Styleby Heres Hope. -:


Sue Ellen Smith Anderson who now lives in terested in antique clothing becauseof
ICY Staff Writ. Jacksonville began collecting antique her love for the materials and the
Meeting Dorothy Anderson is like clothing 25 years ago when she history."I for :
stepping back into time. All white lived in Philadelphia, Penn. She love beautiful old laces and Jesus cares you. ; *
ruffles, eyelet and lace, Anderson eventually began designing with an- linens. The fabrics are all natural -
evokes romantic visions of the Vic- tique laces and restoring the fibers and handmade," she said.
torian period. clothing so that it is wearable. "People find it hard to believe that
Anderson who collects restores Anderson has designed and made two or three years was spent makingone ,
and sells antique clothing and ac- wedding dresses from antique dress sometimes."
cessories was one of the exhibitorsat materials and rented antique The Victorian style, Anderson RevivalYou l
last weekend's Eighth Annual An- clothing for costumes to groups suchas said has not been forgotten and is
tique and Collectible Show at the the Players by the Sea theater now returning in popularity."The are:invited to hear more about "Here's Hope. Jesus .
Bradford group in Jacksonville. Her
County Fairgrounds.But customers have also rented antique Victorian style is coming Cares For You." at our revival meeeting. .
Anderson not only exhibits her clothing from her for such events as back. It's carried through into furniture .
collection she becomes part of the confederate balls. and homes are bein .
exhibit herself by wearing some of "It's wonderful to create and do decorated with. Victorian things,' : March 25th 28th
the antique Victorian clothing she what you like to do and make a livingat she said. "
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has restored. Wearing the clothing!, it,' Anderson said. Anderson said her work with anti- Rev. Bob Pastor :- '
Anderson said is part of her exjiimt Anderson also makes hats pillows que clothing has become her love ". Cooper, ,
but also part of her everyday life. and teddy bears all from antique also. .
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Rev. Cliff Mathews > ;
"I live in a Victorian manner," materials she has collected She has "It's a love I just enjoy so much," .Evangelist *> -
Anderson said. "I surround myself made more than 500 bears,she said. she said. "It's my destiny to do this 'Music Rev (tiewis' ,11411*... "'{!"'U -r''. .
with Victorian things." Anderson said she became in- in my life, to preserve history." :: : Coopef'Services ,


UNF Transfer Student Visitation Set Sat.The : 12:00 Noon with Lunch
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7:00
with service
p.m. (Nursery provided p.m. )
University of North Florida The Transfer Student Visitation Minor of the admissions office.
Office of Admissions Is sponsoringits Day program will highlight the ad Participants are also invited to .
Spring Transfer Student Visita missions/transfer process, join in for refreshments and a cam:
tion Day to be held Saturday, March academic programs and student pus tour. Victory Baptist Church
will Reservations can be made by call-
services at UNK. The program
24, from 8:30: a.m. to 1 p.m. in the greatly benefit incoming transfer ing Cindy Minor at the IJNK' Admis-
John formation E. Mathews Computer,and Inn students in making a smooth transi- sions Office, 9046462624.The Pine Street Hampton 468-2232
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tea, ,'r M1ir,",tI "'io1r. ;-.,

; Schools of Covington, Ky.
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.Independent Public Schools

by Buster Rahn Biggs has spent most of his yearsIn
BCT Staff Writer administrative positions, while
James E. Biggs, son-in-law of Mr*. Biggs has taught In secondary
Henry and Antoinette Stefanclli of schools.
Starke, has been appointed The Biggs have one son, Buddy,
superintendent of Covington In- 19.
dependent public Schools in Cov-
Ington.KentuckY effective July 1. The Steffanelli's owned and
Biggs is married! to the former operated a general store on SR-16E
Elissa Stefanelli, homecoming just across the railroad.Elissa is the
Queen and 1958 graduate of Bradford youngest Stefanelli child. There is
High School. The couple met also Albert, who lives at HamptonLake
while both were students at Murray ; Bobby, who is in the in-
State University in Kentucky.Both surance business in Gainesville,and
Mr. and Mrs. Biggs hold Raymond, a commercial artist in
master's degrees, and have been Milford, Ohio, near Cincinnati, Just 1-
employed in the Kentucky school across the Ohio River from Cov-
their carwnt ington. James E. Biggs I

SFCC Offers Nursing Courses to Meet Nursing Requirements- .

Three courses to help nurses meet course of six contact hours, will be requirement mandated by the
Florida's continuing education requirements from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. "Car Florida Board of Nursing for nurses
will be offered in April diovascular Hemodynamics and and health care professionals licensed -
by Santa Fe Community College at Current Trends In the Treatment of by or employed by licensed HRS,
the Gainesville campus. C.V. Disease," a course of six con facilities.All .
tact hours, will be offered April 21 courses are in building W,
"AIDS Update"ti course of four
from 8:43 a.m. to 3 p.m. room 229. The fee for each course is
contact hours, will be offered April ,
$16. Call Faye Wilson coordinatorfor
from 6-10 On April 7, "A The
p.m. Lump "AIDS Update" course
-. L In the Breast Now What?", a satisfied the HIV/AIDS education 5724 continuing education, 395-5703,

Mz. Ugly Contestants...

PIctured above are .1*'the contestant who are gearing up for competition fat the 6th Annual Ma Ugly Pageant '
sponsored by the AU Spore.Cull 01 Bradford High School.They are,by name and stage names
First row,from left: Eddie"Tantalizing Tonya" Pollard,Brian "Sexy Betty Boom Boom"Marlcle,David"Fertile Myrtle" qr; OPEN/
Elder. l\ s
Second row,from left Kevin" _Lucy" Finch,Andrew Tranctna Fannywack"Marlcle,Vlnce"Voluptuou Vlnclna" -,, .
RobbJlon. 1"'Q
Not pictured arel Bo"W Wya SUnglt Heney,Don"InlU tl'tle"McDavld. OTli2of
Contestant In the Mz.Ugly contest compete In three categories' ,battling slit,evening gown and talent,for a Brand :
prize 01 $.l0-Th'!? pageant scheduled ta March 31 at 7:30 pain In the BIIS Auditorium. Adml..l $2 for age 6 through 11.Children under"U are admitted free.Door prize will lid given'at the pageant.AU
proceed for the pageant' will help the AU Sport dub,which sponsors all sports other than football at BItS buy Beautique Beauty SalonStarke's
Jacket letter and other supplies for the sports team. Muter of ceremonle.for the even.InSill be Athletic Director
Mike Sexton.The BUS Art Department designed all pester and program coven. k
full
Service Beauty Salon 4*

St. Jude Bike-A-Thon Set April 21 featuring. Walk-Ins
Hospital. ... Geraldine King offer ethnic products Carol from Waldo WelcomeSptcUl 4

St. Jude Childrens Research cured of cancer yet, but as long as appreciated, and hope that the and services such as:
Hospital announced today that Jim people are helping her through the citizens of Starke will support Jim Rig. Sptclil R'I
Lewis, Vocational Programs Coor- Bike-A-Thon program, there is Lewis and the Bike-A-Thon this spr- Care Free Curl $5000 $40.00 Perm Special $4000 $30.00
dinator at the Vo-Tech Center, has always hope.Support ing to help provide the funds neededtp Leisure Curl 5500 45.00 Frost 3500 30.00
agreed to be the Coordinator of the for the work to help preserve the world's. greatest Relaxer 30.00 25.00 Cut &:Style 15.00 1200
St. Jude Children's Research children like Ellen Marie is greatly asset.."our children".' Wash &:Set 18.00 15.00 Shampoo &:Set 8.00
Hospital Bike-A-Thon in Starke, StyleCutColor 12.00 8.00 French Braid 10.00
April 21.The 15.00 Complimentary Hot Oil during Grand Opening
bike-a-thon will be held at the Weaving Upon Request

high school track at Orange and Our New For The You!
Adkins streets, and will start at 9 Try Concepts Just Beauty Of

a.m., Saturday, April 21. 3-WAY SAVINGS THEROCURE Moisturizing. Paraffin for W,'.,>,">>'* TRY THE AIR PERM! Uses no neutralizers!
Persons who wish to sponsor a manicures, facials and pedicures. It works! '''' Excellent for bleached or damaged hair!
rider, or to volunteer as a rider,
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Vocational-Technical school,
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St. Jude's Children's Research
Hospital was founded by entertainer
I Danny Thomas. The institution
opened its doors to the public in 1962
to combat catastrophic diseases
which afflict our children. St. Jude Stop in soon and let oW at (II.

Hospital is nonsectarian, nondiscriminatory ', us how.youlI.lh8\t t "; .tip j P 1J1V MoBite 9o.S380584
and provides total // titty: 301 Xfcrt/i AUTHORIZED .
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medical care to all patients.At ways you can save AGENT
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Hospital, children who have
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dedicated to Ellen Marie Haynes, a exact length of much you'll save
six-year old solid malignant tumor and forage when CELLtzlLM pJog{ S o/IC/ I
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diagnosed in 1986. Her treatment '
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Jennifer Welch 7' i
Local Service In:
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,\vvard WinnerThe Special finance programs available exclusively through Ford Credit for qualified buyers. C.n.raIManag.r Union County :
United States Achievement Nonsubsidized contracts with Ford Credit are the same as cash '
Bradford County !
Academy announced recently that
Jennifer Lynn Welch has been named ( OFFER ENDS Alachua CountyWITHOUT i
a United States National Award Marion County
winner, excelling in Leadership.A .( : NOTICE 1
Bradford Middle School student, (Price Includes ;
Jennifer was nominated for this _,:,- Installation & Antenna)
award by Mr. Frank Ahdulla,chair ( ;
man of the Science Department, _I::': ..,
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BMS. Jennifer .will appear in the arr s a .
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ObituariesAnn


C. Ilayden V. Lattie Burial was in Elzey Chapel
FiglockMrs Ruth Louise PhillipsMrs. Cemetery under the direction of Archer

Ann C. Figlock, 84, of Ruth Louise Phillips, 63, of Hayden V. "Boss" Lattie, 65, of Funeral Home of Lake Butler
Jacksonville, died Tuesday, Mur' h Melrose, died Thursday, March IS, Lake Butler, died Tuesday morning
20, in Oakvlew Care Center, at the VA Hospital,Gainesville. Mrs. In the Veterans Administration Vivian S. ParkerMrs.
Medical Center in Gainesville
Williston, following a long illni ss Phillips moved to Melrose from
Parker of
extended illness. Vivian Sowell 78,
following an BornIn
Born in Greece, Mrs. Cocoa Beach In She
Smyrna, 1973. was a
Brooker died March 14
Ga. Lattie lived Wednesday ,
Jacksonville from Ellijay, ,Mr. mostof
Kiglock moved homemaker and also a member of
at her home long I illness
P his life In following a
Jesup, Ga. moving to
Starke in 1982. She was a member of Kihault Chapter of Eastern Star at '
in Alachua she lived
the faith a Lake Butler from Miami in 1970. He Born County,
Methodist was Jacksonville
Beach.
homemaker ; of OES was a Navy veteran of WWII, a life most of her life in the Brooker com-
Matron
; past member of the VFW munity. She was a retired clerk with
(Strict Observance Chapter in New Survivors include her husband, Post 10082 Lake
Elmer of Melrose Butler and a member of the First the Belk-Lindsey store in \
York), Bradford Chapter In Starke; Phillips ; one son,
of the
was a former member of Who's Who Joe Phillips of Cocoa Beach; her United Methodist Church of Jesup, Gainesville New River; was a member Church of
mother, Anna M. Priest of Miami Baptist
of the American Women. Ga.Survivors
Mrs. Figlock is survived by two and granddaughter, Susen Phillipsof include his wife Evelyn Brooker where she taught Sunday
daughters, Barbara J. Killhride of Cocoa Boiicli. Colene Crawford Lattie of Lake School and was youth choir directorfor _
Starke and Alice I. Carbone of West Butler; one son, Charles F. Lattie of many years.Survivors / .
Funeral services held Tues Jesup, Ga.; one brother, Quentin include her husband
Nyack N.Y and four grandchildren.Funeral were
Rev. Lonnie Parker of Brooker two
Osborne ;
of Lake Placid
services will be hold at 3p.m. day, March 20, at the Chapel of two Fla. and daughters, Glenda Andrews and A 1/

at graveside, Crosby Luke Peace at the Florida Memorial grandchildren. Shirley Moxley, both of Brooker: Ij-v ,.., -, """"1 V* '!/!/""- ....*"'J.'. iWjJ'1. '' 'Jjfflf' Hl
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Cemetery, on Thursday, March 22, Gardens in Rockledge, Fl. with Funeral services were held Thurs- l m ; ; j
with Mr. Bill George olficlnting. burial in Florida Memorial Gardens day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Archer
Jones Funeral Home of Starke is in with Moring Funeral Home of Funeral Home of Lake Butler with see Obituaries page 1211 : .. ? gWATCH
charge of arrangements. Melrose in charge of arrangements. Rev. Jacob Thomas officiating. j


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Public Library counseling programs and free. --, .-..- -M'v"' :-"-"J.VC7r-t" '-'v''w'"v---.7 ;,v #t---,
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Carolyn volunteers.Tax distributing s
BCT Staff Wrlt.rMcmbershilJ Provides Tax ServiceAs assistance will be held each tax forms for the IRS as a public ser A' 'I' ti

a courtesy to local residents, Wednesday from noon until 4 p.m. vice. You may order forms not
Drive the Public Library is cooperatingwith through April It. Please bring all information available at the BCPL by calling
UnderwayAt the InS by providing office with you. This service is 1800424FORM. 1 1 i
space for VISTA and TCE Tax
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Friends of the Bradford Comity
Public Library Association.

Maggie Miller, president of 07 5
Friends, t stresses the importance of
Friends support for the continued 6 b
well-being ol the library and its pro-

grams. '
"Our Library serves you the h
citizens of Bradford County, says aff
Mrs. Miller. Where else can you get v
bestsellers, Santa Claus and tax refund
? It's like having a credit card Q
with no limit." %
Mrs. Miller is referring to the d
Library's information and educational
programs such as tax counsel '
ing for the elderly and storyhours for
the preschool children. &
The Bradford County Public C
Library provides materials and ser >
vices, free of charge to all residents, -.
and relies on funding from privateas
well as governmental sources.
Last year the Friends bought .
much needed shelving, children and
adult books, programming supplies,
established a Florida History Collection -

sponsored a special Christmas
storyhour and lobbied for increased
funding from State and Federal
sources, which netted an additional
$11,000 for Bradford County, added
Mrs. !Miller.
This year the Friends are offering
membership incentatives, including
bookmarks, bookbags, mugs,
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T-shirts, sunscreens and colorful q\
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in the
continued membership 1990 PLYMOUTH 1990 PLYMOUTH :.
will help to
Friends of the Library us
continue to give you quality library SUNDANCE -- ACCLAIMWith
service, said Mrs. Miller. With 47 Standard Features and over 50 Standard Features and$1oor
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Prom PerfectionGuys $100" CASHBACK CASH

need a Tux for the prom? BACK!'

Come to the Bradford County Public GUARANTEED GUARANTEED
Library for the next Young Adult
SUNDANCE ON MODEL ON IIIKIII.INBI ONLEANDLXI
program, where a free tux rental
will be given away as a door prize to O 2.2-Liter I 0 I Power-Assisted .I Optional V 6 Power-Assisted I
some lucky guy. (Courtesy of Electronic FuelSteering with Ultradrive, Brakes ''I
Wilson's Florist) Injected I O I Power-Assisted the Most .I Spacious l
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To gear up for the magical night Overhead Cam Brakes AdvancedTransmission Interior withAvailable
with all the right equipment to dance Engine I 0 I Improved FIFTH AVENUE Room
the night away with every detail A NewS-Speed Corrosion in the World for 6
taken care of, come to the BCPL Manual Protection II I Power-Assisted .I More Interior
Monday, March 26, from 6:10:: to 8 Transmission I.I Front-Wheel Steering Room than
p.m. and become prom-prepared as Available 3-Speed Drive .I 2.5-Liter Honda Accord
the Library presents a dazzling, Automatic Electronic Fuelor Toyota
idea-filled program on preparing for Transmission Injected EngineGREAT Camry
the prom. Our perky party panel will
consist of: Connie Hannon, Illusions
(hair and nails) ; Dorothy Starling, fi :
Julia's Florist ( floral arrangements I J
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models. Stumps (formal wear).
In addition to these local business

people, there will also be displays on "
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information from All-Star New V-6 Engine Standard on Premium More Leg Room than the Biggest! RS Turbo Model Voted One of
Limousine Service.So and GT Models and Cadillac Crystal Key 5-Year or SO.OOO-Mlle Owner Car and Driver's Ten Best!
if want to dazzle 'em with -Automatic Temperature Control. Air Care Warranty
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Starke Police Department Is e' e GOT your
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"Doc" Tommy Scott's Last Real .. .
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The 7:30: p.m. showtime at the
Bradford High School Auditoriumwill
J REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
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Ten carloads of fun and music; In- CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Avenue
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one brother, J.T, Sowell of ing at his home after a brief illness. Rebecca Adams of Madison; one Mrs. Robinson moved to Starke five Mr. Meyer moved.to Keystone Schoondel'bcckl Pompton Plains' .I
Theressa! ; three sisters, Doris Kelly Born In Bordman, Fla., Mr. Farn brother, James Marvin Farnbach of years ago from Waldo. She was a Heights in 1970 from Ft.Lauderdale. N.J., Anne Red ke, Wyckoff, N.J., "r '
and Cleone Hazen, both of Brooker bach lived the past 23 years In Lake Manatuck, N.Y.; two sisters, Mary commercial fisherman and a He was a member of Park of the Pearl Klingen Midland Park, N J. .
and Maguaree Weeks of Butler i; was a mechanic employedwith Louise Bailey of Gainesville and homemaker. Palms Church; was a retired ownerof and Grace West of Ashville, N.C.; "i
Gainesville; five grandchildren and Nekoosa Packing Co. in Lake Grace Rose of New Jersey and 18 Survivors include one daughter, a dry cleaning business; was a and his stepmother, Hilda Meyer of .'"; '
I seven grandchildren. Butler and was a member of the grandchildren. Cindy Ann Robinson of Starke, gospel minister; and taught a week- Keystone Heights; 11 gi anrhhildren o,:
Funeral services were held Saturday First Community Church of Funeral services were held Tues- several brothers and sisters and two ly bible history class at Keystono and five great grandchildren. .'
morning at 11:00: a.m. at the Brooker. day at 2 p.m. at graveside in Center grandchildren. Seniur Caucus Cviitcr. Funeral services for Mr. Meyer ".
New River Baptist Church at Point will be held ,at 3 p.m. Thursday,
Cemetery, Mcintosh, Fla.
Funeral services will be announced
Brooker with Rev. Cecil Turner and with Rev. Survivors include his wife, March 22, In Park of the Palms
Survivors include his George Dyal officiating. at a later date. Jones Funeral
Rev. wife, Betty Myrleen W. Meyer of Keystone Church with Mr. Ernest Woodhouse
James Countryman officiating.
Gay Farnbach of Lake Butler Archer Funeral Home of Lake Home of Starke Is in charge of ar i'
liurial was in Antioch Cemeterynear ; one Butler was in charge of Heights; three daughters,Faith Ann and Mr. William Ericksqn of-
LaCrosse Archer Funeral son, Grady Lee Farnbach of Gulf rangements. ar rangements. Ross of Greenville, S.C., Anna Joan Relating. Burial will be in the family
Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof Hammock; four stepsons, Colon John G. Edwards of Decatur, Ga. and Deb- plot In Keystone Heights Cemetery.
arrangements Coody of U.S. Air Force, Germany, Allah L. RobinsonMrs. MeyerMr. bie Sue Lundin of Omaha, Neb.; one Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
J.D. High Lake Butler; Ted Simmons John G.:Meyer, 74, of Park of son, George J. Meyer of Miami; Heights was in charge of ar-
Charles G. FarnbachMr of Springs niul <>nn 11 Allah Lillian Robinson,68, of the Palms, Keystone Heights, died three brothers, Donald Meyer of Ft. rangements.lieu of flowers,done l
Blunk Jr. of Lake Butler; three Starke, died Sunday, March 18, at Monday March 19 In Bradfordhospital' Myers,George Meyer of Ft.Lauder- tlons may be made to the Building I
Charles Grady Farnbach. 61, stepdaughters Anniebell Bailey and her home in Starke following a long following, a heart attack at dale and AI Harvey of York, PA; Fund of the Park of the Palms
i>f Lake Butler died Sunday morn Lisa Todd both of Lake Butler and illness. Born in Parsons, Kansas,. his home. Born jn Paterson. N.J. four sisters, Dorothy Church, 706 Palms Circle, Keystone '

Heights. FL 32656. .

Marvin L. Wiggins

Mr. Marvin Lee Wiggins 78, of.
A 1 Lake Butler, died Monday afternoon .
in Bradford Hospital in Starke
I following a brief illness.\ Born In Tif-
ton, Ga., Mr. Wiggins lived most of .
his life In Lake Butler. He was a
i retired correctional officer from
n'\ Florida State Prison; was an Army
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cif WWII veteran and a life member of
DAV; and was a member of the Baptist -

I Survivors faith. include his wife,Alice S. '

ON ANY ITEM WE I SELL Wiggins of Lake Butler; one son,
John Wiggins of Lake Butler; two II1A
WITH APPROVED CREDIT daughters, Carolyn McGiluray of 'lif
THIS MONTH ONLY! Gainesville and Marilyn Parrish of
Winter Haven; two brothers, Phillip
i Wiggins and Homer Wiggins,both of
Ji Valdosta Ga.; one sister, Mattie

I I I Johns children.Funeral of Valdosta services and were six: grand-held


Wednesday at 2 p,m. in the chapel of

Butler Archer with Funeral the Rev.Home Bill Delaney of Lake of-

r'.t* !! ficiating. Burial was in Dekle
Cemetery under the direction of Archer
yM' & Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

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ON ALL SEASONAL ITEMS Kendall II. FrancisMr.

( Kendall Howard Francis, 38,
} INCLUDING: LAWN & PATIO FURNITURE of Keystone Heights, died Tuesday,
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March 13, In Shands Teaching
. / %. *4 r ; i LAWN MOWERS AND AIR CONDITIONERS Hospital Gainesville\ following a
/+ >> brief illness. Born in Fort Ord,
.' i ,, r WITH APPROVED CREDIT There win be a finance charge for the deferred period, Calif., Mr. Francis moved to
Keystone Heights 1974 and had liv-
ed there off and on. He was a
member of Grace Baptist Church,
Starke and was employed as a
+' I brickmason contractor.
til Survivors include his wife, Jessie
{ ,Francis and his parents, Leverett
} i .la 1'Ah and Anna Crews Francis, all of
+ Keystone Heights; his son, Andrew
Francis of Hollywood, Maryland;
one brother, Mark Francis of
ON LAWN MOWERS AIR CONDITIONERS i Virginia Beach, VA; two sisters,
Merrill Ann Johnson of Gainesville

TV'S VCR'S STEREOS & APPLIANCES! i and NH..Marsha Francis of Kensington,

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Funeral
services for Mr. Francis
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WITH APPROVED CREDIT were held at 3 p.m. at graveside,
p.. New Hope Cemetery near Lacrosse
-. SPECTUP ALL THIS I frWay.. JarRh IB, v: th Rev. LelandStrl
klan officiating. In lieu of
I flowers contributions may be made
MONTH :a to Grace Baptist Church Mission
\ Fund, PO. Box 179, Starke, FL

,war IN EVERYDEPARTMENT I 32091. 5 5

: Infant Schon C. Lyons
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r. Infant Schon Curtis Lyons, 12
\ hours of age, of Palatka, died Monday -
1\,,1 March 19, in Shands Teaching
; Hospital, Gainesville.
Survivors Include his parents.
>I'.' Curtis Alan and Melissa Norman
IffDEllVERYa SET-UP! S\ Lyons of Palatka; one sister, Amanda -
{ ,: Suzanne Lyons of Palatka; his
d s maternal grandparents Marcus and
Joy Norman of Starke; and his
MF c paternal grandparents, Garnett and
i1 Leona Brooks of E. Palatka. .
I Funeral services were held at a
private burial Rev. DeWight Mc-
Queen officiated at Dyal Cemetery.
i Jones Funeral Home of Starke was
in charge of arrangements.
SPECTACULAR I SAVINGS

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S.-.1IIIJ11! IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF OUR STORE! I
r AVE Bayless Highway
$101 'to Baptist ChurchTo
$20
SAVE 311 Solid Pine 5-Ptece S on Qun11tu I Pep Set Host Crusade

Dinette with Ladderback Chairs prIng AIr Bed Bayless Highway Baptist Church
pj. lln will be hosting their Evangelistic
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Includes a mar-resistant table top with tour solid, Top Supreme '
Crusade beginning March 25,
wood rush-seat ladderback Bedding
by'Sprln'A' through April 1sta t 7:30p: ,m nightly. -
5-PC. GROUP Chait) 99 This luxur.ou Evangelist James A. McKeithenwill
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SALE PRICE' SAlt MICE De8'gn' Is Sold punted Plllow.Top be the speaker for the 8-day
+ at Crusade. Evangelist McKeithen was
:*299U'SAti Farmers Fuite'y: born In Wellborn, Fla., a small
North' Florida town in Suwannee '
SAVE 1271 3-Plece PRICE '' MM MT7VSAti County. He Is a graduate of

Colonial Style Living Room 5299 ,Southwestern Baptist Theological
Wood trim accented with TWIN Seminary,....oridaorBaptiTexas. He has
box pleated skirt*. Itp 1b EA. PC. pastored ches
rnict
DurabtoDuportAntron* $244 SALE lot 22 years prior to entering the
fiyton vetvwt 5299 field of full-time evangelism in
LOVESEAT222 1177 S January, 1967. He and his wife,
CHAIR .FULL $ Geraldme, reside in Lakeland. They
1I "s PC '4- have two married daughters and a
a !son.
SAVE tat Country Style

4-Plece Oak Bedroom Group mci' : Many activities are scheduled to
A touch of country togono*...tinlsh d In itch 0Iik... QUEENS9J take place during the Crusade for
bright bran hardware. the children youth and adults. Mew
Include* door dr sr. $ of which will be a Unique Chlldrens
shelf mirror, cheat and 599 KING Program, entitled Royal Order Red
fulUquseri tis.dbowd. $ Ants, that begins Wednesday evenIng -
: :' 3-Pc. SET .9J at 6 p,m. with a hot-dog supper
for all boys and girls, ages 6-11
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SAVE 1O1I YOUR CMOK3 iL1 :::r.cbedd'ng' -..... com. years. Many children have enjoyed
Dining Table with 4 Side Chairs 12"YlAR! : having a special part In Revival
aa; + of
WARAa1NTyj : through this program participation -
;' be&jta CCVSd
or 2-Plece China Cabinet _: ,. .dut'abIe" rlS?ahb in service and fun. Bibles and
::rand psdMlal' membership pins will be received by
tour oid wood achievement. Tuesday night the
side ctata.: or a two- $599 youth will enjoy a time of fun and
ptoc china wChoJaw doom. fellowship with a Youth Pizza Blast
after the services.!\ There is also a
HURRY IN NOW..WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! noon luncheon planned for Monday,

Wednesday and Friday March 26,
FARMERS... :28! 30, from 12 noon til 12:45: with
Kvangellst: McKeithen leading devo-
Not JJUL.a
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Furniture

Oulatendlny .1..dow allsoUonlos / FARMERS FURMTUREIjoLL Special music I Is planned every
i Aopllanes.1 __ night of the service with a nursery
'r.. Dellv.ry.....pl Iu ":I. ::-........,. being provided for babies and small
..'-Up.f Y- Cha ...__ children.
D.p.ndatoN lxl.ndod ..rvbeAgrs.wr.M ELEOTFtONICS NO Down Bayless Highway Church would
Av.a.W.t.brie Payment like to Invite every person in our
". PNt-'l-.. Adds yAcIuttIN community to hear Evangelist
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