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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 29, 1990
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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two days bringing the cloudy skies in the forenoon, but no rain. ... ......1.6..IDA y ,
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eastward yesterday,Wednesday March 28 and Is expected to pick Sport.,... .11.WA :
up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico bringing{ much needed rain to
northern Florida by Saturday and Into Sunday. SECTION Bi It Pg.* M ** N N N ... ****** ****.. ipb
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temperatures will be In the mid 80s today,Friday and Satur- Del "'-oIl. / ( l
day but cooler air Sunday may: keep the hi's In the hi 70s. Lows will '.lIce.. ............ ... .........ar GAINFSVILLE I FL 32611
be near 60 throughout the period. Crinw N.W....'.'.
Sunrise this morning was at 6:23 and sunset this evening will be Mcdldm Show.... ..-.os "Mr-ws! '.*'11-
at 6:46.: The day is lab 33m In length. MandlniTour. .... ... .. ....*.I1B .
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T-shirts...

Friday March 30 lathe last op
order a "Just Say No"

TshirttfrYom your child's school. ..
Price $5 each.Lawt.y To Carla's Shop

Festival...

The Lawtey Community School .IlL

will present its second annual Art, by Buster Rahn like to add "hard"liquor for serving
Craft and Music Festival Satur- BCT Staff Wrltar with meals.
day, March 31, from 11 a.m. to 2 The 48 seats in the hearing room "I conduct business in
a legitimateand
were filled,with the crowd overflow-
''p.m. ing into the City Hall lobby Tuesday respectable manner. I do no
. student art show the Lawtey allow "
to exist
problems ,
evening, March 1:1. when Carla
I marching band, Jazz dancers arts Hawthorne said.Hawthorne's.
and crafts for sale, and Hawthorne petitioned the Bradford
didn'tagree
County Board of Adjustment for a neighbors
refreshments are all part of the
with several coming to the
special exception to serve liquor
festival. Artists from the community -
podium to outline list of
with meals in Carla's Sanwlch Shopon a
are Invited to exhibit their work.If .
grievances. More of the would
NW SR-16 near the prison com- group
Interested call Mrs. Mallard
have
plex.The. voiced objections, but chair-
Ph. 782-3639., r Board of Adjustment deniedHawthorne's man Mark Hardenbrook cut off the
uiscussion when it became
Umpires N.edd... request, after more apparent
speakers were airing the same
than an hour of pleading pro and
Anyone interested in umpiring grievances over and over.
baseball games shoud meet at con.Hawthorne said she has operatedthe The two groups opposing the ap-
Pratt St. Center, Thursday March sandwich shop for the past three plication, about 60 members strong,
29, at 7 p.m. Also you may call the years and three months, and has were largely members of the Nor-
Recreation Department Ph., never had a complaint by law en- thside Baptist Church, just north ofCarla's
964-6792 for information. forcement officers. She said her Shop and Heilbron Springs
Scorekeepers for baseball and shop caters to Department of Cor- Baptist Churcha about' a mile south
Softball are needed, also. rections employees, covering the ot the sandwich shop.
three shifts, until 2 a.m. each morn- Almost without exception, the op-
Mz. Ugly Contest... Ing serving sandwiches and meals. ponents said they do not oppose the

The 6th annual Mz. Ugly pageantis The shop has a beer and wine
scheduled for Saturday March license, to which Hawthorne wouldCounty (See Liquor..p.2A)

31, at 7:30 p.m., in the BHS
Auditorium. Admission charge
adults $3, children over age 6, $2.
Fair

Cheerleaders...

Bradford High School
cheerleading tryouts for varsity
and junior varsity are scheduled
Saturday, March 31 at 10 a.m., in' Opens April 10
the BHS Gym. The public is In-

vited. Admission charge $2. ... ...

First Baptist... By Joe CissySCT main ticket office. Rides during fair
Staff Wrlt.r week will be $1 each for tickets
,, Starke First Baptist Church will, "Our goal is to make the fair bigger bought at the fairgrounds.Ride .
sponsor a suicide prevention and better every year, and it tickets will not be sold at the
seminar, Sunday A Adult, at 6:15 looks like we will do that again this Chamber of Commerce this year,
. p.m., in Room 204, Education year". said Warren Carver, vice- but have been moved to the main en-

"rhebanger r president and one of flve-exeguUve. ..,., trance ticket booth at the
Sign*>t ofanicMe, directors of the Fair Asscclation. fairgrounds from-9.5o": Tn.: until 6'
will be taught by Larry Lormand, -- 'f All 107 exhibit booth spaces are p.m. each weekday and 9 a.m.until 2

minister of education.. sold. Over 110 swine,about 50 steers, p.m. Saturday.
Opening Up Downtown... and 34 beef breeding animals are

UCAP Meeting... The razing of the former Ford;Chevrolet.Sun Sports Community College the First Baptist Church, and the enteredb plus there will be poultry Parking...
United Citizens Against Pollution building the block between Call and Madison Streets First Union National Bank can be seen. From the It entries. Improved parking arrangementsare
(UCAP) has called a special opens the vista from the south,looking north so the the north, looking south, one can now see Terwlllegar's The fair is set to open Tuesday, in the making.
meeting, Monday April 2, at 7:30: old courthouse now the Andrews Center of Santa Fe Plymouth Jeep, and Chrysler sign. April 10, at 5 p.m. and run through Entrance to the back lot will be
p.m., in the Union County Courthouse Saturday April 14, at the Bradford just north of the old highway patrol
Plans for the Bradford- County Fairgrounds on US.301 northof office, with one way traffic enforced
Union County fair will be discuss Starke. The 1990 Fair promises to throughout the week. Traffic will
ed. The group will also discuss Starke : be bigger and better; says Associa- proceed into the parking lot,then ex-
plans for a music concert to be held Landmark Razedby tion President Ray Norman. it farther north, passing around the
later in the springEquipment An enlarged midway will be filled riding club arena and back to
with carnival attractions, rides US-301.
Needed... Rahn the corner building(old Koch's Drug Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports games and shows of United Shows Parking for exhibitors and
Buster Store) will be bricked. in keeping operated a marine sales and service Inc Nashville, Tennessee, the same livestock Barns is reserved to the
The Bradford County Special acT Staff Wrlt.r with the Andrew's Center and ther..rap" business in the
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building, providing midway attraction as last year.In right after entering the parkingarea.
Olympics summer program needs Byron Terwillegar's plan to raze buildings. He plans new sales and service for boats and the Home Division, canned products .
used Softball and tennis equipment the old Jimmy Moore Sunsport'sbuilding blue awnings for the display room, motors. Moore closed the business in baked products, candy,
as quickly as possible. To donate was realized this week whether the building Is bricked or 1982, and Clyde Terwillegar boughtthe needlework, clothing, home fur-
equipment, call Dan Cuddington when workers dismantled the land- not.The building, including a service sta- nishings, quilts, rugs, and other The Schedule...
Ph. 9&H911. or Joan McKInney, mark building across East Call Chrysler-Jeep! sales and parking
tion fronting on SR-100 (Madison St.) items which are the work of local In- The fair will first be opened to the
964-6800. ex. 149. Street from Santa Fe Community lot en East. Madison St. is
dividual exhibitors will be acceptedfor
public at 3 Tuesday April 10
Andrews Center. p.m. ,
College scheduled for black-topping during .
Terwillegar renovated the display and judging.
and remain until 11
Reminder.
Tax .. open p.m.
Terwil'legar, president of Ter- this time of construction. and building for the display of The 4-H Division is open to An official opening and ribbon cut
Tax Collector Esther:}fall wlllegar Motors Inc., told remodeling, Terwillegar said. automobiles and small trucks, and bonafide 4-H club members in both ting ceremony is set Wednesday at
reminds Bradford County property theTelegroph about two years agothat '* with exposure on US-301 saw the junior and senior classes. 11 a.m. with the newly crowned 1990
owners that Saturday March 31 is the old building was slated for sale of new cars and trucks escalate. Arts and crafts photography, strawberry queen in attendance.
the final day to pay real estate?;' removal, providing additional parking The Landmark... agriculture and horticulture exhibitsfor Exhibits must be in place by 9
personal property and special for company cars as well as The razed landmark was built in However, longrange plans called both adult and youth divisionsare a.m. Tuesday. Judging will be com-
assessment taxes without incurr- rose of customers. "* the mid-1930's to house the J.W. An- for the razing of the building, which scheduled. pleted by-4 p.m., before the fair is
ing penalty. is now complete.Old opened to the public.
drews Jr. Ford but Andrew
dealership, -
Hall's office will not be open This Week, Terwillegar confirmed *could not make the The Midway... The annual Rotary Club Rural-
paymentsand
Saturday, but a March 31 postmarkon those plans,anrf.ghts: lot will be lost the building in a timers can remember when I It still will cost just $1 to get into Urban day dinner is scheduled for
mailed remittances will be acceptable landscaped added but foreclosure.Ed southbound traffic on US-301 had to I the fair gates and one midway Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Hall said. there are no present plans to put. a Torode owner of the Chevrolet turn left on Call St. and go to WalnutSt. ticket for any ride. The fair exhibits will remain open
new building on the site. dealership on S.Thompson St.,mov- and turn right to continue south. Advance midway tickets will go on until 11 p.m. each evening of the fair,
Time Change... Terwillegar said if a downtown ed into the building and remained in US-301 did not cross Call St., prior to sale at advance prices, two for $1, but doors. to the exhibits will not
Daylight Savings Time will is and money the same location for 20 years before its being rebuilt and four laned in the April 2 at schools in Union and Brad- Fait..P.2A
grant approved
(See )
at late 1950s. ford Counties and at the fairgrounds
Time 1
replace Standard a.m., becomes available for new facades selling out and retiring.
Sunday April 1, as clocks will be
changed from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m., ac-
cording to a news release by
Centel, the local telephone corn-

pan y. ,
Most area residents will adjust'

clocks before going to bed Saturday Judge Acquits GuardsIn
night.Remember. ,,'
the adage. "
forward and fall back." It tells
to adjust clocks for time changes Jail Beating Case
the first Sunday in April and the
:last Sunday In October each year.. -
Charges were dropped against two Anderson. Holland, who conducted
Bradford County meat charged with the internal investigation, said
Upcoming... beating a county jail Inmate while Shaver had lit a cigarette in the back
Public meetings scheduled in the they were correctional officers.. of the wooden jail annex where
coming weeks are: smoking is prohibited, and that
Starke Zoning Board meeting is A judgement": aquilta'was:: when Traylor demanded Shaver put
set Thursday, March 29, at 7 p.m., granted Wednesday afternoon the cigarette out Shaver refused
in City Hall.Bradford. March 28, by County Judge GeorgeH. and Traylor allegedly' bangedShaver's
Pierce in trial after
Commissioners a nonjury '
County bead the waU.
against! _
Monday. April, at 9:30 three hours of testimony by the state *
meeting,
and defense. Attorney Gene Shaw representingPerdue
a.m.,in Council meeting, Judge Pierce in issuing the aquit- and Traylor said there was
Lawtey City at 7:30 in City taJa, IBid if he were a jury he would some hostility between A.. B.
AprU 2.
Monday say evidence didquirements not arise to meet ,Whitehead and the sheriff.
Hall meeting the for a guilty ver A. B. and those guys have just
Council
Starke City been sitting down there trying to
Tuesday. April, at 7:30 p.m., In dict.Mark Traylor was arrested and come up with some scheme to get an : -t

City Strawberry Hall. Queen Pageant. 'charged with battery follow an investigation into the Jail said _
in BUS internal Investigation eg- Shaw.
Saturday. at onpsale ed Jan. 23 of inmate Assistant State Attorney Greg
Tickets at Mlt- beating Larry .
Auditorium. Shaver. Traylor was fired from his Johnson of Daytona Beach was nam- First National Bank of Bradford County Opens...

chell's Bradford Drug County Store. School Board Job following his arrest."On ed case special at the prosecutor request of State to handle Attorney the Guy Andrews, chairman of the board, cuts a ribbon Andrews). Director cl'contractor for the building
of dollar bills to mark the opening Tuesday morning. Ernest Trleit Jr.. Director Bill
)e tlng.Monday.Aprll.t.at7p.m. Feb..>i Bobby Ray Perdue, 3d; Lea Register.The Jackson Teller
., In Administrative Building waa charged with battery and aiding March n, of The First National Bank of Bradford Darlene Ball, Director Pete Glanas (almost hidden),
Brooker City Council meeting, and abetting battery following an investigation BradforTstaie Attorney's in- County located on the corner of Madison and Orange Bank President Alan lletiel, and Director Jimmy Scott
Tuesday April 10. at 7:30: p.m..1n Into the incident by the vestigation found Perdue ,was in- Streets la Starke. (almost hidden by pot).
State Atomey's Office. Perdue was volved the beating.Although Perdue The new bank received word from the Comptroller of
\ 'SaSfpton City Council meetin suspended from his duties may not have struck the inmate the Currency In Atlanta at .:41 p.m. Monday that the
j Tuesday April 10, at 7.p.m., to Ctt;, he "<<*Itrlbuted" to the incident by Shown In the photo l-r) are Director Len Schlofman doors could open Tuesday morning. A grand opening
Hall Shaver, 18, was arrested Jan.'23 making noise to cover up the Director Reggie Flynn Director Gray Plynn (back of set Sunday April 8, from X-4 p.m.
.
: for
disorderly .Intoxication. Deputy beating.





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; I'r' cjwrL1rr 17 Earn Straight A's at BMS I


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Seventeen students, or 2.4 percent Shannon Bunker, daughter of Mr. shall, Billie Jo Mullis. Ray
of the member student body and Mrs. Felix Vargus of Starke. Neesmith,Thomas Odom, Jason Os-
earned straigh A's at BradforJMiddle Kite Sistrunk, daughter .cl Ms. teen, Smitd Patel, Jennifer Shndd,
School tot the fourth six- Trish Sistrunk of Starke. Wendy Thornton, Kim Wilson,
weeks grading period which ended Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. James Young.
March 1.Another. and Mrs. W.W. Walkup of Melrose.
79 BMS students, or 11.1
percent of the student body, earnedall Seventh Grade... Carmen
't A's or B's for a place on the A-B Bass, Robbie Bassett, Christina
v \ honor roll. Sixth Grade: Broome, LeAnn Carlton, Jennifer

t+} i iN C Aaron Harris, son of Mr.and Mrs. Darley, Kim Douglass, O.K. Fuqua,
; The 17 straight-A students by Andy Harris of Melrose. Amy Hallmark, Erroll Hampton,
grade are: Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Mildred HIlgerson, Teresa Hulsey,
Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Hampton. Cassandra. Jarvis, Tracey Mc-
Sean Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cullough, Beth Modesitt, Diane
: Eighth Grade: Richard Phillips of Starke. Newham, Molly O'Neal, Julie Pon-

Jim Autry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Estefanle Pormatilo, daughter of cier.Shannon Safer,Jamie Schaller,
Bobby Autry of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Pormatilo of Heather .Smith, Erin Stansell,
Starke. Michael Thomas Tract Thomas,
Brittany Bula. of Mr.
daughter
and Jasen Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Dana. Warren> Shawn Wolf, Cory
Mrs Joe Bula of Starke. '
Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Lawtey. Wright.
Jason Corbine, of Ms.
t1 -- son Phyllis Heather Williams daughter Ms.
Corbine of
Brooker.
Annette Williams of Lawtey.
J Amy Crews daughter of Mr. and Sixth Grade... Lakeisha
L, c: / Mrs. Allen Crews of Brooker. ..
Austin, Brad Barber Ben
Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr. A-B Honor Roll... Christina
and Mrs, Mike Newsome of Starke. Barksdale, Brad Bishop, ;
The 79 students on the A-B honor Cowart; Shawnle Cox, Melissa
Hetal Patel
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke. roll, by grade, are: Crosby, Cynthia Denton, Greg Dur-
ban,Carl Elder Yemeako
Fountain
,
Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and Eighth Grade... Angel Diterolonda Gates
Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Holly Gill,
Top Grade Earners at Middle School... Baker, Santa Barnes,Dawn Brown Angela Griffis,' Temika Hampton,
Milton Davis, Angelia Denton, Neil Duke Lane, .Robert Libby Arnie
The 17 straight-A students at Bradford Middle Schoolare Momalik, Chassady Fowler, Laura Long, Melissa McLeod, Christine
I l-r): Crews, Dana Newsome lletal Patel Tori Mersey Seventh Grade: Goodner, Jason Greene, Crystal Newsome, Miranda Norton,Michael
Bottom row: Tanya Anderson, Sean Phillips, Aaron Shannon Bunker. Tanya Anderson, daughter of Mr. Greer, Dena Griffls, Amy Hartleln, Pusateri, Charlotte Smith, Charles
Harris, Jasen Wilkinson, Heather Williams. Top row: Jim Autry Jason Corblne Jonathan Smith. and Mrs. George Anderson of Heather Hersey, Stacy Johnson, Snell, Jason Thrift, Saul Urrutia,
Middle row: Lindsay Walkup Elise Sistrunk, Amy Brittany Hula, Stephanie Pormatilo. Starke. Bethany Lee, Justin Lee, Greg Mar- Trina Widner.


Fairfrom State Attorney Register Drops Charges Against Lawtey Commissionerby D

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( page lA) Bust.r Rohn Florida case, Smith v. Butterworthin rent grand jury term, which ends in case,. which it had not done at the
open until noon Thursday Friday Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.and BCT Staff Writer which a former reporter wantedto May, is in session. time, and asked for re-hearing.
Saturday. Sales of the show animals are State Attorney Len Register dropped write about his experiences beforea Judge Pierce also granted motions Last week the Supreme Court ruled
Wednesday is Senior Citizens Day scheduled for Friday and Saturday the charges against former grand jury, was before the by Attorney Shaw which stated that: on the Smith v. Butterworth case,
with free admission to seniors from nights. Lawtey Commissioner Marvin Supreme Court at the time. The indictment was vague and in- finding it unconstitutional, and free-
11 a.m until 5 p.m. Tuesday Is the Bradford-Union Rosier this past Monday, saying he When the charges came before definite and failed to adequately in- Ing participants to talk about grand
Friday, from noon until 5 p.m. is FFA and 4-H Swine Show. Wednes- has made his point.A County Judge George Pierce March form the defendant of the charges .Jury proceedings after a case has
childrens and students day, with day's schedule is the beef breeding Bradford grand jury, impaneled 6, he ruled in Rosier's favor on all against bun. been completed.
free admission to the fair for animal show and Thursday is the to hear a case involving a Lawtey three motions saying the law is unconstitutional The indictment included no Register was quoted as saying the
youngsters through grade twelve. steer show. clerk and a commissioner, indicted and Infringes on material disputed facts and the un- Supreme Court's Smith v. Butter-
Sale of the show animals begins Rosier, charging him with revealing freedom of speech if the case is com disputed facts do not establish a worth decision in the case had no
Livestock Arena... Friday, with the swine sale at 7 p.m. testimony before the grand jury.In pleted and what was revealed can prima facie case of guilt against the bearing on his decision to drop the
Activities at the livestock arena Beef breeding animal sale is defending Rosier, attorney not affect the outcome of the case. defendant. charges against Rosier.
will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday and con- scheduled; to start Saturday at 7 p.m. Gene Shaw said the charge is un- The state argued, unsucessfully, Assistant State Attorney Toney charges : within. 10 drop the
tinue throughout the week with with the steer sale to follow immediately constitutional and infringes on before Judge Pierce, that the case Justin argued the law is in effect un- came a week of the
animals for show scheduled for at about 7:30 p.m. freedom of speech. Shaw also said a remained open as long as the cur- til the Supreme Court rules on the Supreme Court decision.Liquor .
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sandwich shop and while some
deplored the safe, of beer and wine,
964-7200 STARHE FL all ,voiced opposition to a liquor
209V1. MADISON ||BHi if J|| 473PORD qt F .license.,

Starke Neighbors who live within sight of
388-FORD the shop, complained of men relieving -
3" 6 709 W. Keystone Heights
YOUR FORD CONNECTION IN STARKER! Jacksonville .. themselves at the "P-tree," in
Gainesville Madison State Road 21, plain view of everyone, saying the
two outside toilets were too far from

the shop. i .'
Another perceived problem was
the lowering of property values in

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brook told the assembly that
restroom facilities, or the lack
thereof, are problems for the Health
I c Department,and changes in property -
$21200 $23400 values,up or down, are not in the
Per Month Per Month purview of the Board of Adjustment,
and should not ,be considered by
.board members. The decision must
NR be based on elements of the zoning
statutes, which state the requested
change must be compatible and con
S tribute to the general welfare of the
area.
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Board Member Pete Schlossersaid
"There are a lot of faces out
there saying they don't want it in
1D their neighborhood. Does that makeit
r incompatible? I guess it does."
t The motion to deny the petition,
made by Board Member Colon
Davis and seconded by Robert Scott,
1990 GL 4 Door
I Tempo carried: 5-0.?.
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Speaking against the request were
1990 Ford Ranger 108 W.B. XLT Air Conditioning. Power Lock Group, Tilt Wheel, Speed Rev. James Cowart pastor of Nor.thslde .

Control, Automatic Transmission, Light Group, Rear Baptist Church; Joe Cox,whorecently
Free Air I Cond., 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat, Elect. AM/FM T T Window Defroster Electric Control Mirrors, Clearcoat built a new home near the
Stereo Cass., Sliding Rear Window, Cast Alum. Pit' sandwich shop; Floyd Cowart, who
lives ,
and
Wheels. Overdrive Trans.7500Per on adjacent property,
Tachometer, 2.3 Engine, Walter Gask na, an area resident
:with several family members living
nearby.

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$ 2.90/0' $1 99 Backpacking,


Month Per Month Meeting Set

NTEREST RATES ,, Here TonightAn

introduction to hiking and
48 MONTHS backpacking trips is scheduled at
7:30 p.t. tonight (Thursday, March
FINANCING =r .tl p ? e- p 29) in the Fellowship Hall of the
AVAILABLE ON : First Presbyterian. Church of
: __ Starke.

: '<< ALL ESCORTS
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1 Lillian White from Klssimmee an
s : w experienced backpacker who has
f A walked over 2,000 miles of the Ap-
: plachian Trail, will tell novices how
to get into hiking and backpacking,
show them how to pack a back pack,
s REBATE and how to train to carry a back

: New 1990 Festival Plus ON ALL New 1990 Escort 2 Door LX pack.the has been Florida The arranged meeting Trail Association by is sponsored Joe Williams and by

j|> Air Conditioning Tinted Glass. Digital Clock/Overhead of Starke, a member of the Florida
: Air Cond., 5 Sp. Manual Trans., Cloth & vinyl Bucket TRUCKS Trail Association.
Security Group,
Console Rear Window Defroster. Light
Seats, Wide Bodyside Molding, Fuel & Water Temp. .
: Gauges, Tachometer/Trip Odometer, Rear Window CARS Power Steering, Dual Electric Mirrors. Interval The First -Presbyterian; Church,

Defroster, Elect. AM/FM Stereo Clock Windshield Wipers composed of three white frame
buildings. Is off SR-230 (East Call
Street) opposite the Bradford
Hospital, at the Intersection of
.SR-230 and Bessent Road.,


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*Tune-Up Specials Cooling System Check Air Conditioning System Check Rental Specials Saturday Wal-Mart

'4 Cyl $22.85 Festlva $24.95 A bake sale Is set from 10 a.m.until
$21.38 II $34.95 neat Saturday, March 24, at the
Bronco -
6 Cyl I $30 75 $1 Qat 95 Includes Partial I Charge' ,A L'ak Test i Probe $29.95 Wal-Mart Store inDeerfoot Village.
Proceeds Store
\ 1037:70: Component Check from the Wal-Mart
8 C vi sponsored bake sale will be donated
I to Children's Miracle Network, a
group of churches In the area that
help take care of needy children in
.Net rebate plus 49.50 tax, tag with qualified credit emergency situations.


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For :Water arid Street Improvementsby


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Marcia Goodg cluded John 'Hipp Construction of Since Hampton's CDBG grant totals guidelinesToTclty employees cover-
ICY C.rr.q.nd.nt Alachua County <$188 957 base); $350,000, these four alternatives will ing vacation and sick leave, pay .x '
Triest Construction of "lay County also be completed by Sun Construction. raise schedules etc. iWiWLiii
Water system Improvements and <174.840 base); and Utilities Service They are: 1) Resurface Pine Chairman Thomas said that the ci- n..
street paving will begin soon In of GainsevUle ($187,767 base), Street $7.268; 3) Resurface Central ty needs to set policies so that no
Hampton after the council approved according to a bid comparison Avenue $...784; 3) Resurface Division confusion arises in the future over _
acceptance of a base bid of $1(0,297 presented to the council at the Street $5,060; 4) Abandon 2 what benefits are available. i '
from Sun Construction in Suwannee regular March meeting. Water Wells 1000. Total of the base Thomas advocated that the policy : :
County. The base bid Includes only water project plus the four additions is state a full-time employee be defin- i.. ..
Sun Construction
the
was lowest Improvements. Four alternativeswere 178409. ed as one working a minimum of 32
base bid of four companies which In- also bid on council also make
by all companies.RICHARD'S The agreed to a hours per week. A full-time *1t
.. change order with Sun Construction employee who has worked for the city -
which would make it possible to ex- one calendar year will be eligiblefor
tend the water improvements weston 40 hours of paid vacation, accor-
SHOES Nevarre Street to the city limits ding to the policies
(by First Baptist Church) and to ex- council during the March meet.
101-E Call St. tend water service to the Hampton The policies also state that full-
Downtown Stake (964-7383)) Villas. Since enough money remainsin time employees will have three paid L11
the $350,000 to take care of these holidays per year; the Fourth of Ju- 13: -
additions ($171,591 remaining) no ly Christmas and Thanksgiving. --_ -
rebid will be necessary. The city presently has only two Ag Commissioner Candidate Visits...
A survey of the Nevarre Street ad- full-time employees water depart-
STEP INTO SPRING dition showed that the area qualifiedfor ment employee Doug Williams and State Senate President Bob Crawford D-Wlnter Haven, was the guest
the project.The survey will haveto Marshal John Hodges. Tuesday afternoon March 26, of Community State Bank President
SHOE SALE be submitted to the state Department Previous to setting the employ- Jerome Johns. Over 100 persons attended and met Sen. Crawford a con-
of Community Affairs ana then ment policies, the council voted to firmed candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture at a reception In the
Ladles & Men Nevarre Street can be added to the grant Williams a pay raise of 25 bank lobby.In .
project said Gary Bethune of Clark, cents per hour from $4.25 to $4.50. photo above. Vo-Ag Advisor David Smith presents Sen. Crawford
Roumeiis I and Associates, the firm Mayor Lola Williamson noted that with a flat of Bradford County strawberries. Jerome Johns is at right.
which wrote the grant for Hampton."It Williams was under the impressionthat When Lt.Gov. Bobby Brantley, a Republican and acknowleged front
looks like we are certainly going he would be receiving a pay runner, dropped out of the ag race It cleared the way for Sen.Crawford.
Inside Store SpecialsNew to come In under budget" said raise every six months. The council
Bethune. "You might want to con- voted that pay raises for all

Arrivals sider using the extra money to sup employees would be considered annually I_ : _. .....',, : .: ,.c :': '.. : :": ",-. .", :, _. ... ;
ly meters in areas where growth. is in the future.
Bright Spring ColorsDlress ex The need for such policies became
Councilwoman Jane Hall asked if evident when former city clerk Gor-
& Flats some of the extra money could be used don Wadsworth retired due to illness
for speed bumps on some of and petitioned the council for sick Revels Elected
SandalsMEN'S Hampton roads. Bethune said all pay. Wadsworth believed he was
the council needed to do is show the eligible but the council thought that
contractors where it wants the speed he was not.Councilmember.
bumps placed. Hall noted that the Haddock said
..q -. said that no bumps could be placedon be made of the council minutes on
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." '\" """ New Project..? Other March Business... Joe GltsyBCT grant to Union County to upgrade its
Bethune told the council that it The council: Staff Writer emergency services, and a $2
BOOT SALE might want to consider applying for Approved a bid by Pat Crawfordfor Buddy Revels is the new Presidentof million grant to the New River Solid
tADlES SAVE another grant soon possibly one $690 to cut down and remove a United Citizens Against Pollution Waste Association to assist in
e which would improve the water dead oak tree at the cemetery. (UCAP), to replace Sally Traylor developing a solid waste disposal
system. "The city's water system Authorized Councilmember Hall who has held the position for more facility at a site adjacent to the
30 to 6O needs improvement particularly in to purchase replacement swings for than two years. hazardous waste plant site.
Many Styles & Types the area of quantity and pressure," the city park through recreation Also taking new offices are Dean Included in the grant to Union
County was $100,000 for legal ex-
funds.Authorized
he said. department Traylor Vice President and Sally
Work Western Steel Toe Hampton will be eligible to apply the purchase of three Traylor Secretary. Ken Parrish re- penses Incurred by UCAP in its fight
Hiking e. Casual Dress again this fall and Bethune urged the steel stop signs at a cost of $29.40 tains his position as treasurer and against DER an agency of the state
council to authorize Clark Roumeiis Robert Traylor is cotreasurer.The of Florida.
to begin the groundwork by advertising each.Approved the trash collection Board of Directors are Pete UCAP has used portion of the
for engineer consultant services contract with Randy Gaskins under Schlosser L.C. Sapp, Jock Barnes, money to satisfy all legal debts in-
which is the first step toward gettinga the same cost scale as the old con- Minnie Redding, Norman Traylorand curred to date, and has a substantial
new grant.The advertisement will Geneva Roberts. amount left uncommitted. These
occur at no cost to the council said tract.Authorized Marshal Hodges to The organization was formed to funds if not used or committed by
Bethune. purchase a fingerprint kit at a cost oppose the location of a hazardous June 30, 1990, will no longer be
/A tGEAR.p.NIKE.( KEDS The council voted unanimously of $100. Hodges had two calls in waste treatment plant in Union available. A way is being sought to
< that he proceed. February where fingerprints neededto County, first announced in late 1987. commit the money to future needs of
be taken and outside fingerprint concerted effort the organization.The .
UCAP by a by only
Downtown Starke's Family Shoe Store Pay Vacation Rules... experts had to be called in.Hodges is a few individuals has successfully fight to prevent a hazardous
9:30-5:30 Mon.-Sat. Council Chairman Pete Thomas qualified to take the fingerprints delayed the construction of the waste treatment plant in Union
Shop : : Mastercard/Visa
Accepted County has become moot at least
the
but does not have said Dean
necessary Traylor
jt fi i ,,Y.If': the council needs,.,toet, 'equipment. plant of the board of directors.pastmember for the time being.A .
Set the city Easter egg hunt for "Does anyone here doubt that that private company Florida First

". .--.--.., .. Saturday April 7, at 2 p.m. and plant would now be under construc- Processing Inc., has applied for a
'authorized $150 to be used for eggs tion If it had not been for UCAP?" he permit to construct a similar plant
and prizes for the hunt. asked at an earlier meeting. in Polk County. The permit requestis
NOTICEPUBLICWORKSHOPS OF-- Noted that the animal control ordinance Claiming that the Department of now being considered by DER, hand
is still in the process of be- Environmental Regulation. (DER) a notice of intent to permit, or
ing written by City Attorney Gene failed to follow its own directives in denial of permit officials will be forthcomingsoon.
.
Shaw. choosing a site for the plant, UCAP UCAP are optimisticthe
Administrative hazardous waste treatment plant
was granted an
Correction... Hearing to consider UCAP claims will be located in Polk County.
Biggest block to overcome in Polk
that the siting flawed.
Last month The Telegraph stated process was
County Is the presence of a nesting
The administrative
hearing,
that a dilapidated housing ordinance bald eagle on the tract. If the plant
scheduled for May 1988, was subsequently -
ON PROPOSED ELECTRICAL would be written by Hampton. Suchan cannot be located some distance
cancelled by action of the
ordinance is already on the
from the nest, it cannot be built
books, the council has merely decided Florida Legislature by passage of a there.
.
..: TRANSMISSION LINE CORRIDORSSeminole to make more of an effort to en- bill George introduced Kirkpatrick by State D-Alachua Senator To date there is no contractor to
force it.The build
the plant on the Ellerbee Curve
County.
. Electric Cooperative Inc. (SECI) and the Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) The law designated Union Countyas sulting site in Union firm County has ,been although hired a con-to

are planning to construct a 230-kilovolt(kV)electric transmission line connecting SECl's Plantin the site for a hazardous waste specifications for soliciting
Putnam County with JEA's existing Firestone Substation in southern Duval County. The Savings and Loan failuresare plant and removed the option of an prepare.
planned line will also interconnect with Clay Electric Cooperative's (CEC) existing Rrverview, expected to cost each taxpayer administrative hearing. Then, the If the permit is granted to Florida
only time that formal opposition First Processing in Polk County the
Florahome Keystone Heights and Black Creek substations.The line will be about 70 miles in thousands of dollars. Now Con- would be heard is-after an application Union County plant will be moot in
. ". : length with approximately 30 miles of the needed right-of-way(ROW)provided by CEC's existing gress Is considering action to keep is filed for construction and a definitely. If the permit is denied,
: 69 kV line ROW between the Riverview substation and Keystone Heights. Construction of the that again.kind of thing from happening hearing on the permit is scheduled.The Union County will be back at the top
Included a $500,000 of the list.
a t line is currently scheduled to begin in 1992 with an operation date of March 1, 1994. legislation

SECI an electric generation and transmission cooperative which provides electric power -

Ii to its 11-membe'r distribution cooperatives serving over 460,000 member consumers throughout -
1cIff 1
peninsular Florida. CEC is a member cooperative of SECI and provides electric power to its LII !

::, ,consumers in portions of 8 counties in northeast Florida, including Putnam, Clay, and Bradford
counties. JEA is a municipal electric utility! which serves Duval County.As .

electric utilities one of SECI's,!CEC's and JEA's primary obligations is to provide _

reliable and economical electric power to their consumers. Detailed planning studies have

'shown that the proposed transmission line will significantly improve future electric supply
ALL LOCAL ADVERTISED
availability and reliability in northeast Florida.

Seminole has identified several'candidate corridors within the area shown on the map.

These candidate corridors are generally one-half mile in width and represent possible areas

where the 100-foot riglit-of-waY'CQU1cfbe located. To assist Seminole in selecting a preferred
.
y. 'corridor,'the proposed candidate corridors will be available for public review and comment LIQUOR & WINE PRICES Do you do drugs? Not Me!

i ':. anytime between 3 P.M. ands P.M. at the locations, and on the dates listed below: byAJanRezaei2nd

I CnJt-Souihtitt EUmentary

,iu MONDAY APRIL 2 Do you do drugs? Not me!

Drugs messes with your
Middleburg Civic Center mind,you: cannot be free.

2102 Palmetto St. They make their family very
Middleburg, FloridaTUESDAY d sad. Children drop out of
school. Drugs are bad. Do
you do drugs? Not me! I q
want to be smart, happy and
APRIL 3 lit!


Seminole Electric Cooperative Pavilion
'" West River Road Entrance
I Palatka FloridaWEDNESDAY -NOTICEAoyone -

who has been

''', IKEYSTONE r involved In any type of

APRIL 4. accident broken mirrors
___ ,
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.,.. Clay Electric Cooperative __ ran off road etc., on CR

'.' Highway 100 West __ 229 ( Brownlee Rd.),
.
Keystone Heights, Florida __ please write brief note to

Rt. 2, Box 2777, Starke,

FL 32091.

The purpose of the workshops Is to inform the public of the proposed project and project

schedule, show the transmission candidate corridors and to invite comments either orally or in We
are filing petition
writing,'on any or all corridors. For information on specific aspects of Seminole's proposed
transmission lines or information about these workshops, contact Mr.Jeffrey F da, Public LARGE NEWSPAPER AD to widen road. If you are

Affairs Representative Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc., P.O. Box 272000 Tampa, Florida interested In signing

33688-2000 telephone number ((813)) 963-0994. please write to the above

EACH WEDNESDAY i address.









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17 Earn Straight A's at BMS I


'-1 _
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I Seventeen students, or 2.4 percent Shannon Bunker, daughter of Mr. shall, Blllie Jo Mullis, Ray
of the 710-member student body and Mrs. Felix Vargus of Starke. Neesmlth, Thomas Odom,Jason Os-
earned straigh1,"A's at Bradford Elise! Sistrunk, daughter: of Ms. teen, SmUa. Patel, Jennifer Shodd,
Middle School for the fourth six- Trlsh Sistrunk of S'tarke. Wendy Thornton( Kim Wilson,
weeks grading period which ended Lindsay Walkup, daughter of Mr. James YOUI1g.Seventh .
March 1.Another. and Mrs. W.W. Walkup of Melro e.
79 BMS students, or 11.1
UIL _.rg percent of the student body, earnedall Grade.., Carmen
A's or B's for a place on the A-B Bass Bobbie Bassett, Christina
Hr f honor roll. Sixth Grade: Broome,..LeAnn Carlton, Jennifer
Aaron Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darley, A1II\ Douglass C.K. Fuqua,
Iu The 17 stralght-A students, by Andy Harris of Melrose. Amy Hallmark, Erroll Hampton,
grade, are: Tori Hersey, daughter of Mr. and Mildred Hilgerson, Teresa Hulsey,
Mrs. Elbert Hersey of Hampton. Cassandra, Jarvis, Tracey Mc-
Sean Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cullough, Beth Modesitt, Diane
Eighth Grade: Richard Phillips of Starke. Newham, Molly O'Neal, Julie Ponder -
Jim Estefanle Pormatilo, daughter of ,Shannon Safer,Jamie Schaller,
of
Autry, son Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Pormatilo of Heather ..Smith, Erin Stansell,
Bobby Autry of Starke.
'
Starke. Michael Thomas Tract Thomas
w. ,
x and Brittany Mrs. Joe BUla Bula f daughter of Starke.of Mr. Jasen Wilkinson, son of Mr. and Dana Warren. ," Shawn Wolf, Cory
r Ar- Mrs. J.L. Wilkinson of Lawtey. Wright.
Jason Corbine, son of Ms. Phyllis
Heather Williams daughter of Ms.
Corbine of Brooker.
oft
Annette Williams
Lawtey.
Amy Crews, daughter of Mr. and Sixth Grade... Lakeisha
Mrs. Allen Crews of Brooker.
l I Dana Newsome, daughter of Mr. A-B Honor Roll... Austin Barksdale, Brad Brad Barber Christina Ben "-
Bishop,
: :
and Mrs. Mike Newsome of Starke.
Hetal The 79 students on the A-B hon'r Cowart; Shawnie Cox, Melissa
Patel
daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kanu Patel of Starke. roll, by grade, are: Crosby, Cynthia Denton, Greg Dur-
ban Carl Elder
Yemeako
Jonathan Smith, son of Mr. and Fountain
Grade... Angela DiterolondaGates
Mrs. John Smith of Starke. Eighth Holly Gill,
Top Grade Earners at Middle School... Baker,Sarlta Barnes,Dawn Brown 'Angela Griffis, Temika Hampton,
Milton Davis, Angelia Denton, NeilMomalik Duke Lane, .Robert Libby Arnie
The 17 stralght-A students at Bradford Middle Schoolare Chassady Fowler, Laura Long, Melissa McLeod, Christine
(l-r): Crews, Dana Newsome lIetal Patel Tori Hersey, Seventh Grade: Goodner, Jason Greene, Crystal Newsome Miranda Norton,Michael
I Bottom row: Tanya Anderson, Sean Phillips, Aaron Shannon Bunker. Tanya Anderson, daughter of Mr. Greer, Dena Griffis, Amy Hartlein, Pusateri, Charlotte Smith, Charles
Harris Jasen Wilkinson, Heather Williams. Top row: Jim Autry Jason Corbine,Jonathan Smith.
and Mrs. George Anderson of Heather Hersey, Stacy Johnson, Snell, Jason Thrift, Saul Urrutia
Middle row: Lindsay Walkup. Elise Sistrunk, Amy Brittany Bula, Stephanie Pormatilo. Starke. Bethany Lee, Justin Lee Greg Mar- Trina Widner.


Fairfrom State Attorney Register Drops Charges Against Lawtey CommissionerFlorida D

( page IA) by Butter Rohn case, Smith: v. Butterworthin rent grand Jury term, which ends in case,, which it had not done at the
open until noon Thursday, Friday Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.Sales ICT SloH Writer which a former reporter wantedto May, is in session. time, and asked for a re-hearing.
and Saturday. of the show animals are State Attorney Len Register dropped write about his experiences beforea Judge Pierce also granted motions Last week the Supreme Court riled
Wednesday is Senior Citizens Day, scheduled for Friday and Saturday the charges against former grand jury, was before the by Attorney Shaw which stated : on the Smith v. Butterworth case,
with free admission to seniors from nights. Lawtey Commissioner Marvin Supreme Court at the time. The indictment was vague and indefinite finding it unconstitutional, and free-
11 a.m until 5 p.m. Tuesday is the BradfordUnionFFA Rosier this past Monday, saying he When the charges came before and failed to adequately in- ing participants to talk about grand
Friday, from noon until 5 p.m. is and 4-H Swine Show. Wednes- has made his point.A County Judge George Pierce March form the defendant of the charges proceedings after a case has
childrens and students day, with day's schedule is the beef breeding Bradford grand Jury, Impaneledto 6, he ruled in Rosier's favor on all against him. been completed.
free admission to the fair for animal show and Thursday is the hear a case involving a Lawtey three motions saying the law is unconstitutional The indictment Included no Register was quoted as saying the
youngsters through grade twelve. steer show. clerk and a commissioner, indicted and infringes on material disputed facts and the un- Supreme Court's Smith v. Butter-
Sale of the show animals begins Rosier, charging him with revealing freedom of speech if the case is com disputed facts do not establish a worth decision In the case had no
Livestock Arena... Friday, with the swine sale at 7 p.m. testimony before the grand jury.In pleted and what was revealed can- prima facie case of guilt against the bearing on his decision to drop the
Activities at the livestock arena Beef breeding animal sale is defending Rosier, attorney not affect the outcome of the case. defendant. charges against Rosier
will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday and con- scheduled to start Saturday at 7 p.m. Gene Shaw said the charge is un- The state argued, unsucessfully, Assistant. State Attorney Toney Register's decision ''to' drop the
tinue throughout the week with with the steer sale to follow im- constitutional and infringes on before Judge Pierce that the case Justin argued the law is in effect un- charges came within a week of the
animals for show scheduled- for mediately, at about 7:30: p.m. freedom of speech. Shaw also said a remained open as long as the cur-: til the Supreme Court rules _on the Supreme Court decision.liquor .
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from Anywhere
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in Florida! 377-1096 ( page I A)

1-8OO-329-FORD
sandwich shop and while some
deplored the sale of beer and wine,

964-72OO 209 W, MADISON STARKE, FL, q ',all license..voiced" opposition to a liquor.

Starke 473-FORD Neighbors,who live within sight of
? 388-FORD the shop, complained of men relieving -
3' 6 109 W.
YOUR FORD CONNECTION IN STARKE! "SSS28T .. themselves at the "P-tree," in
Gainesville Madison Jac1 sonvllleIF plain view of everyone, saying the
two outside toilets were too far from
the shop. > "
Another perceived problem was
the lowering of property values in

'' T r JSlr T RC 71Nl7TC' aesnrrrrst '11 ---_. I..ast rnrr.at rstm irR't-'

y ycrrr ca ., ... ... .. '<\, _1 1 '" .
: aBPftffl' '
fiigiSiS$ S> ,, ,.' ," ., ,,' ii'M l
brook told the assembly that
restroom facilities, or the lack
thereof,are problems for the Health
I c Department,and changes in property -
$21200 $23400 values, up or down, are not in the
Per Month Per Month purview of the Board of Adjustment,
and should not >be considered by
board members. The decision must
NR be based on elements of
statutes, which state the request
change must be compatible and con-
S tribute tq the general welfare of the
area.
E
Board Member Pete Schlossersaid
"There are a lot of faces out
there saying they don't want it In
E1D their neighborhood. Does that makeit
incompatible? I guess it does."
The motion to deny the petition,
made by Board Member Colon
Davis and seconded by Robert Scott,
1990 GL 4 Door
I Tempo carried 5-0.


1990 Ford Ranger 108 W.B. XLT Air Conditioning Power Lock Group, Tilt Wheel, Speed Rev.Speaking James against Cowart the, pastor request of were Nor-

Control, Automatic Transmission, Light Group, Rear :s thslde Baptist Church; Joe Cox,who
Free Air Cond., 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat, Elect. AM/FM/ T T Window Defroster, Electric Control Mirrors, Clearcoat recently Built a new home near the
Stereo Cass., Sliding Rear Window, Cast Alum. Paint sandwich' shop; Floyd Cowart, who
Wheels. Tachometer 2.3 Overdrive Trans. lives > on >adjacent property, and
Engine, Walter Gasklns, an area resident
with several family members living
nearby. '



$ 2.90/0' 19900rMOnth t


7500: Month $ Meeting Backpacking Set


NTEREST RATES Here TonightAn

Introduction to hiking and
a 48 MONTHS backpacking trips Is scheduled at

FINANCING 7:30: p.m. tonight (Thursday, March
29) in the Fellowship Hall of the
First..Presbyterian Church of
p AVAILABLE ON d, Starke. '

l ALL ESCORTS
_
Lillian White from Kissimmee.an
experienced backpacker who bias
walked over 2,000 miles of the Ap-
plachian Trail, will tell novices: how
s how into hiking and backpacking,
them how to pack a back pack,
REBATES and how to train to carry a back

: New 1990 Festiva L Plus ON ALL New 1990 Escort 2 Door LX the has pack.been Florida The arranged meeting Trail Association by is sponsored Joe Williamsof and by

i b. Air Conditioning Tinted Glass Digital Clock/Overhead Starke, a member of the Florida
Air Cond., 5 Sp. Manual Trans., Cloth & vinyl Bucket TRUCKSCARS
Console Rear Window Defroster, Light Security Group, Trail Association.
r
: Seats, Wide Bodyside Molding, Fuel & Water Temp. ,
c Gauges, Tachometer/Trip Odometer, Rear Window Power Steering, Dual Electric Mirrors, Interval The FirsT'Presbyterian Church,

Defroster, Elect. AM/FM Stereo Clock Windshield Wipers composed of three white frame
i buildings, is off SR-230 (East Call
Street) opposite the Bradford
i Hospital, at the Intersection of
,SR-230 and Bessent Road.,

.:. Springtime SerIc
: Bake Sale Set

t Specials Cooling System Check Air Conditioning System Check 'Rental Specials' Saturday Wal-Mart

'4 Cyl $22.85 Festiva $24.95 A bake sale is Mt from 10 a.m.until -
$21 .38 Bronco II- $34.95 next Saturday, March M, at the

i 6 Cyl $30.75 $1 0.95 Includes Partial Com Charge neat checkS A Leak Test & Probe $29.05 Wal-Mart Proceeds Store from inDeerfoot the Wal-Mart Village.Store
8Cvl-$37.70 I '
: sponsored bake Ale will be donated
to Children's Miracle Network!, a
group of churches in the area that
.help take care of needy children In
.Net rebate plus 49.50 tax'tag with qualified credit emergency iituatatrsk"'P. .

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I Hampton Awards $160,297 Bid



For Water and Street Itnnrnv mpnt

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by Marcia/ Goodg. eluded John 'Hipp Construction of Since Hampton's bBC grant totals guidellnesTorcUy employees,cover- p
AJachua County ($165,957 base); $350,000, these four alternatives will Ing vacation and sick leave, pay ,1 'IAUjI
Water s item Improvements Triest Construction of Clay County also be completed by Sun Construction. raise schedules, etc.
and ($174,840 base); and Utilities Ser- They are: 1) Resurface Pine Chairman Thomas said that the city -
street paving will begin soon In vice of Gainseville ($187,767 base), Street $7.268; 2)) Resurface Central needs to set policies so that no
Hampton after the council approved according to a bid comparison Avenue $.,78t; 3) Resurface DIvi- confusion arises in the future over
acceptance of a base bid of $160,297 presented to the council at the sion Street $5,060; 4) Abandon 2 what benefits are available.
from Sun Construction in Suwannee regular March meeting. Water Wells 1000.Total of the base Thomas advocated that the policy
County. The base bid Includes only water project plus the four additions Is state a full-time employee be defin-
Sun Construction was the lowest ,improvements. Four alternatives ed of c
178409. as one working a minimum 32 I [
base bid of four companies which In- were also bid on by all companies.RICHARD'S The council also agreed to make a hours per week. A full-time
change order with Sun Construction employee who has worked for the city z
which would make It possible to ex- one calendar year will be eligiblefor
tend the water Improvements weston 40 hours of paid vacation, accor-
SHOES Nevarre Street to the city limits ding to the policies .u
(by First Baptist Church) and to extend council during the March meet.
1O1-E Call St. water service to the Hampton The policies also state that full-
Downtown Starke (904-7353) Villas. Since enough money remainsin time employees will have three paid
the $350,000 to take care of these holidays per year; the Fourth o!July I
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additions ($171,591 remaining) no Christmas and Thanksgiving. ._ r 1 _
rebid will be necessary.A The city presently has only two Ag Commissioner Candidate Visits...
survey of the Nevarre Street addition full-time employees, water depart
STEP INTO SPRING showed that the area qualified ment employee Doug Williams and State Senate President Bob Crawford D-Winter Haven, was the guest
for the project.The survey will haveto Marshal John Hodges. Tuesday afternoon March 26, of Community State Bank President
SHOE SALE be submitted to the state Department Previous to setting the employ Jerome Johns. Over 100 persons attended and met Sen. Crawford,a con
of Community Affairs ana then ment policies, the council voted to firmed candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture, at a reception In the
Ladies & Men Nevarre Street can be added to the grant Williams a pay raise of 25 bank lobby.In .
project said Gary Bethune of Clark, cents per hour from $4.23 to $4.50. photo above, Vo-Ag Advisor David Smith presents Sen. Crawford
Roumefis! and Associates, the firm Mayor Lola Williamson noted that with a flat of Bradford County strawberries. Jerome Johns Is at right.
which wrote the grant for Hampton."It Williams was under the Impressionthat When Lt.Gov. Bobby Brantley, a Republican and acknowleged front
looks like we are certainly going he would be receiving a pay runner, dropped out of the ag race It cleared the way for Sen.Crawford.
Inside Store SpecialsNew to come in under budget" said raise every six months. The council
Bethune. "You might want to con- voted that pay raises for all
Arrivals sider using the extra to employees would be considered annually ' .. . ..
money sup -' -
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Is \ 11"' : : ::": : ly meters In areas where growth in the future.
Bright Spring Colors expected." The need for such policies became
Councilwoman Jane Hall asked If evident when former) city clerk Gordon
Dress & Flats some of the extra money could be us- Wadsworth retired due to illness
ed for speed bumps on some of and petitioned the council for sick Revels ElectedUCAP
Sandals Hampton roads. Bethune said all pay. Wadsworth believed he was
the council needed to do is show the eligible, but the council thought that
contractors where It wants the speed he was not.Councilmember.
bumps placed. Hall noted that the Haddock said
!ifdOU7SmESJ: ]) WALKf,1b Deprtment of Transportation had that a more thorough search neededto PresidentBy
tlr' :!I said that no bumps could be placedon be made of the council minutes on
AnIESGRABirABms:
any state road. this subject.In .

.... *, "' \.. v6ttb8{.Z":;'$,IOW: !. i ;.,, New Project..? Other March Business... Joe GlssyBCT grant to Union County to upgrade its

Bethune told the. council that it The council: Staff Writer emergency services, and a $2
:MEN'S BOOT SALE might want to consider applying for Approved a bid by Pat Crawfordfor Buddy Revels is the new Presidentof million grant to the New River Solid
SAVE another grant soon, possibly one $690 to cut down and remove a United Citizens Against Pollution Waste Association to assist in
which would improve the water dead oak tree at the cemetery. (UCAP), to replace Sally Traylorwho developing a solid waste disposal
3O to 60 system. "The city's water system Authorized Councilmember Hall has held the position for more facility at a site adjacent to the
% needs improvement, particularly In to purchase replacement swings for than two years. hazardous waste plant site.
Many Styles & Types the area of quantity and pressure," the city park through recreation Also taking new offices are Dean Included in the grant to Union
he said. department funds.Authorized County was $100,000 for legal ex-
Traylor, Vice President and Sally
Work Western Steel Toe Hampton will be eligible to apply the purchase of three Traylor, Secretary. Ken Parrish re- penses incurred by UCAP in its fight
Hiking. Casual e Dress again this fall and Bethune urged the steel stop signs at a cost of $29.40 tains his position as treasurer and against DER, an agency of the state
council to authorize Clark,Roumelis Robert Traylor is cotreasurer.The of Florida.
to begin the groundwork by advertising each.Approved the trash collection Board of Directors are Pete UCAP has used a portion of the
for engineer consultant services, contract with Randy Gaskins under Schlosser, L.C. Sapp, Jock Barnes, money to satisfy all legal debts in-
which is the first step toward getting the same cost scale as the old con- Minnie Redding, Norman Traylorand curred to date,and has a substantial
a new grant. The advertisement will Geneva Roberts. amount left uncommitted. These
occur at no cost to the council, said tract.Authorized Marshal Hodges to The organization was formed to funds, if not used or committed by
Bethune. purchase a fingerprint kit at a cost oppose the location of a hazardous June 30, 1990, will no longer be
sSAVB ONL iGEAft*NIKE KEDS The council voted unanimouslythat of $100. Hodges had two calls in waste treatment plant in Union available. A way is being sought to ;
commit the future needs of
he proceed. February where fingerprints neededto County, first announced in late 1987. money to
be taken and outside fingerprint UCAP,by a concerted effort by on- the organization.The .
Downtown Starke's Family Shoe Store Pay, Vacation Rules... experts had to be called in.Hodges is ly a few individuals, has successfully fight to prevent a hazardous
qualified to take the fingerprints, delayed the construction of the waste treatment plant in Union I
Shop 9:30-5:30: : Mon.-Sat. Mastercard/Visa Council Chairman Pete Thomas
Accepted County has become moot, at least
but does not have the
said Dean
necessary plant Traylor, pastmember
,, l4.y the F ouncp n ,tqn'et I equipment.. of the board of directors. for the time being.A .
Set the city Easter egg hunt for "Does anyone here doubt that that private company, Florida First
.' -..-.---., -- .turday, April 7, at 2 p.m. and plant would now be under construction Processing, Inc., has applied for apermit
authorized $150 to be used for eggs if it had not been for UCAP?"he to construct a similar plant
and prizes for the hunt. asked at an earlier meeting. in Polk County. The permit requestis
NOTICE F-- Noted that the animal control ordinance Claiming that the Department of now being considered by DER,
is still in the process of be- Environmental Regulation (DER) and a notice of intent to permit, or
ing written by City Attorney Gene failed to follow its own directives in denial of permit officials will be forthcomingsoon.
Shaw. choosing a site for the plant, UCAP UCAP are optimisticthe
hazardous waste treatment
plant
was granted an Administrative
PIJBLICWORKSHOPSON Correction... will be located in Polk County.
Hearing to consider UCAP claims
block to In Polk
Biggest overcome
that the siting was flawed.
Last month The Telegraph stated process County is the presence of a nesting
The administrative hearing,
that a dilapidated housing ordinance bald eagle on the tract. If the plant
PROPOSED ELECTRICAL would be written by Hampton. Suchan scheduled for May, 1988, was subse- cannot be located some distance
ordinance is already on the ,quently cancelled by action of the from the nest, it cannot be built
books, the council has merely decided Florida Legislature, by passage of a there.
TRANSMISSION LINE CORRIDORSSeminole to make more of an effort to en- bill introduced by State Senator To date, there is no contractor to
George Kirkpatrick, D-Alachua
force It.The County. build the plant on the Ellerbee Curve

Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SECI) and the Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) The law designated Union Countyas site sulting in Union firm County has ,been although hired a con-to

are planning to construct a 230-kiIovolt(kV) electric transmission line connecting SECI's Plantin the site for a hazardous waste prepare specifications for soliciting
Putnam County with JEA's existing Firestone Substation in southern Duval County. The Savings and Loan failuresare plant, and removed the option of an bids.
planned line will also interconnect with Clay Electric Cooperative's (CEC) existing Riverview, expected to cost each taxpayer administrative hearing. Then, the If the permit is granted to Florida
time that formal opposition First Processing in Polk County, the
Florahome and Black Creek substations. The line will be about 70 miles in thousands of dollars. Now Con- only
Keystone Heights, would be heard Is'after an application Union County plant will be moot in-
length with approximately 30 miles of the needed right-of-way(ROW)provided by CEC's existing gress Is considering action to keep is filed for construction and a definitely. If the permit is denied,
69 kV line ROW between the Riverview substation and Keystone Heights. Construction of the that again.kind of thing from happening hearing on the permit is scheduled.The Union County will be back at the top

line is currently scheduled to begin In 1992 with an operation date of March I, 1994. legislation included a $500,000 of the list.

SECI is an electric generation and transmission cooperative which provides electric power -

w to its 11-member distribution cooperatives;serving over 460,000 member consumers throughout :
peninsular Florida. CEC is a member cooperative of SECI and provides electric power to its I

consumers in portions of 8 counties in northeast Florida, including Putnam,Clay,and Bradford Ot

counties. JEA is a municipal electric utility which serves Duval County.

'As electric 'utilities, one of SECI's,:CEC's, and JEA's primary obligations is to provide ,
reliable and economical electric power to their consumers. Detailed planning studies have

'shown that the proposed transmission line will significantly improve future electric supply
,availability and reliability northeast Florida. ALL I LOCAL 1 1 ADVERTISEDa 1 I

Seminole has identified several'candidate corridors within the area shown on the map. Classifieds

These candidate corridors are generally one-half mile in width and represent possible areas .
.where the 100-foot right-of-way'cou1d) be located. To assist Seminole in selecting a preferred '

r corridor,'the proposed candidate corridors will be available for public review and comment / / Do you do drugs? Not Me!

I anytime between 3 P.M. and.8 P.M. at the locations and on the dates listed below: Ioy Ala, RaMi

2nd Credo-SoutluUt Elementary
'
II MONDAY APRIL 2 Do you do drugs? Not me!
i 1j e with
Drugs messes your
I Middleburg Civic Center mind,you cannot be free.
2102 Palmetto St. They make their family very
: Middleburg, Florida a S sad. Children drop out of
school. Drugs are bad. Do
you do drugs? Not me! I
want to be smart, happy and
TUESDAY APRIL 3 Freel:

Seminole Electric Cooperative Pavilion

v West River Road Entrance
I -NOTICEAnyone -
Palatka,FloridaWEDNESDAY

who has been

BONE involved in any type of

APRIL 4 I accident broken mirrors
at; ,

Clay Electric Cooperative w 1 ran off road, etc., on CR

Highway 100 West 229 ( Brownlee Rd.), !

Keystone Heights Florida please write brief note toRt.2Boz2777Starke '


,
FL 32091.

The purpose of the workshops is to inform the public of the proposed project and project. I
schedule, show the transmission candidate corridors, and to invite comments, either orally or in 1 t We
are filing petition
writing,,on any or all corridors. For information on specific aspects of Seminole's proposed
I transmission lines,or additional Information about these workshops,contact Mr.Jeffrey Fela, Public NEWSPAPER AD i to widen road: If you are
U
I Affairs Representative, Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc., P.O. Box 272000 Tampa, Florida interested in signing,

i 33688-2000 telephone number ((813)) 963-0994. please write to. the above

EACH WEDNESDAY address.









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I I Camp Blanding t Game, ? >, ,' Comm., DNR Support Kingsley at Hearing \II\



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One hundred and property owners and Jim Garrison, wildlife officer with "; ,
fifty Col. Kent Patelle, Blanding training site the Florida Game Fresh Water Fish ?' 1
supporters gave unanimous endorsement to said that Florida Military Depart- I limit
manager, Commission at Blanding said the Downstr.Im petition
the Kingsley Lake petition for classification as ment Adjutant General Robert F. Ensslin Jr. undeveloped areas of the reservation !
an Outstanding Florida Water at a March 21 fully supports the Kingsley application, which were loaded with endangered species of I'
hearing in the Camp Blanding armory. includes the first six miles of the North fork of plant and animal life, and offered Camp .
staff members from the Florida especially good habitat for wild "
Four
in order to
Black Creek. Col. Patelle said that
of the lake
turkeys. Any degradation
Department of Environmental Regulationheard preserve the shoreline of the lake for the enjoy- would adversely affect the entire Black Blanding I
Kingsley praised as "unique" among ment of National Guard personnel, the Camp Creek basin Garrison said. .
Florida lakes, and a recreation spot for some will ban any further construction along AvenueA Harold Hill,president of the Santa Fe I
200,000 residents, visitors, and Camp Blanding which encircles the east half of Kingsley Lake Dwellers Association said the i r NortA Fork
National Guard families annually. unique qualities of the lake have been Crr.k5i
Lake. recognized since It was first surveyed ,, ", ,,,,
165 years ago. The water quality is so ,. ,.. .
.. .' -. good that it was being studied in the "' y ,
:: :, : :... ", 1930s as a possible source of Jackson II .. to ,.'. ; .. '
'
,\\1 iiiiiilsi'Grand, : \ : ville's water supply Hill said.The lake .225
I.'
j : I 21''f
( \ II should have maximum protection since
/ ; L sometime in the future Kingsley will
)
't. ._ . .. .. .. .. . .. .. have to be protected from damaging industrial i 1eI
development he warned II I, .
Sandy Fisher, director of Florida :
Jury Secrecy Law Lake Watch, stressed the"truly excep- .. ,.
tional quality" of Klngsley'i water I I .r. ..- .. :
which has an 80-to-90 foot depth la its nona.ry 1ak.
Is Debatable IssueThe deepest part tapping into the region's i I ', .1., ,FV'. camp
_
hvdro-llvstem. ,_-____ Blandlno
Stat.a Representative Chance Irvine .
of Orange Park,said the Kingsley Lake ,
petition was the only project that she
announcement by State Attorney obligation of secrecy and makes viola- had not received a single phone call or I II I 10....... /
Len Register that he is closing the case tions of that obligation criminally letter in opposition. --250
against Lawtey ex-Councilman Marvin punishable. Judge Pierce further ruled Clay County Commission chairman
.
James Jett said that protection of the
Lake
Rosier ends an affair that has been bat the investigation regarding Queenie environment is Number One in the Kingsley
debated since last January when Rosier Robinson had ended upon the return of county's comprebellSiveflan, and that i & North Fork of Black Creekthe

was indicted for allegedly violating a the "no true bill" filed on January 12, : 1 ..
Florida law that holds participants in ecological benefit to the area.
1990 therefore Florida Statute 905.27 -
grand ; was Forest Watson, of the Department of application would be made. This new storm water management ac-
jury proceedings to strict secrecy unconstitutional insofar as it applied to Natural Resources field office in final Hearing will be held at a site tivities.
concerning testimony given during a Rosier who spoke about the nature of his Jacksonville, read a letter from DNR designated by ERC. She, expressed
grand jury investigation.The own grand jury after the in- Secretary Tom Gardner stating that Activities that do not require DER
testimony
Kingsley Lake"is worthy of special attention hope that it would be held at a location permits,such as regulation of airboats
State Attorney's action closes the vestigation was completed. in this area for the convenience of local boat speeds, and river setback or-
case, but Rosier is still left swaying in the Following Pierce's rulings, the state at- Henry Graham Jr., a resident of people wanting to attend. However,the .dinances, are not affected by.an OFW
wind as far as his right to serve on the torney announced his intention to still Jacksonville and who site will be selected by ERC and couldbe designation, but may be addressed at
application In a more remote location, Koombs the local level.Generally.
Lawtey Council is concerned. His the charge against Rosier and had prepared the OFW said
pursue
said.
that for four months in the spring and
reinstatement is up to the Governor, asked for a rehearing. On Monday summer, Kingsley is the most speaking, the OFW
whose office wants more documentationin however, he announced that "we're con- recreationally-used lake in the State. classification is awarded to bodies of
the matter before action is taken. vinced that our point has been made and He said that OFW was designed and In- Final Decision water! in national parks, wildlife
tended for bodies of water of excep- refuges, seashores, marine sanctuaries -
The that it would be
U.S. Court counter-productive to
Supreme recently tional quality like Kingsley which ,and national forests; also State
struck down a Florida law that prohibitsa continue this matter." should be given maximum protection. ExpectedBy Parks and Recreation Areas, State

grand jury witness from ever revealing A hint of politics entered the matter "Once the eutrophic process starts,it is Aquatic Preserves, and Scenic and

his or her testimony or what they heard when the grand jury charged that Rosier hard Other to stop lake," be residents warned. commenting SeptemberThe Wild Rivers.

during an investigation. tried to influence Register not to indict during the hearing included Herb However, a number of other rivers,
Florida is one of only 13 states in the him by saying that he (Rosier) intendedto Sellers, who deplored the residue now as well as several lakes and lake chains
Union that have a secrecy law. Thirty- switch to the Republican Party and run forming on the lake bottom; George Florida purpose water designation of an Outstanding is to prevent have been given OFW designation as
seven states do not have such laws. for a seat on the Bradford County Com- Brown,who commended the Clay Coun- deterioration of existing quality in "Special Waters". Up to now,only four
ty road department for using limerock lakes, Lochloosa, Orange Lake (in-
mission in the next election and
Register is rivers lakes.The primary effect of
In a the instead of
a recent Supreme Court case, Chief to repair streets at lake cluding the River Styx and Cross
an OFW designation is that
Justice William H. Rehnquist said the registered Republican. clay, which was damaging the water yew. Creek); and Santa Fe River system(including -
polluting activities which a
quality; and Wade Hampton, of require Santa Fe and Alto Lakes) have
State of Florida failed to prove that the Rosier admits that he did tell a state at- Gainesville, who deplored the hard DER permit must meet higher stan- been designated as 'Special Waters".
interest of prosecutors i in maintaining torney's investigator that he had intended brown crust that is forming on top of the dards. Kingsley Lake and Black Creek, If Kingsley Lake (including part of
secrecy are sufficient to overcome a to run for the commission, but only white sand In some'areas along the lake being inlay County, are in the St. Black Creek) Is approved will be the
newspaper reporter's First Amendment because he was lamenting the indictment shore.He said this might possibly come Johns River Water Management fifth Florida lake to receive the OFW
rights.In not because he wanted to avoid it. from dust being deposited in the lake District and would require a permit designation.
from dredging operations on Blanding from that agency or the DER for any
the local case, Rosier was accused Register points out that under the property now leased for mining.
by the State Attorney of',revealing or Supreme Courf recent ruling,Florida's E.L.Matthews,a summer residtntof. 1 III ,nj,.')e r Ciroq't tt'o II) ,. ;.
,. the lake for many years, gave a review* 11iql'rt cOI1t: .lliii'} .
discussing testimony given before "the ,grandoUqpeCteey.Ja\( f. y4a9'r
I
disclosed i of its history,and stated that according( '
,
grand jury. A're-examinatlon of Rosier's tionai'if-tne testimbny'is by a--' to'state geologists "Kuigsley is the' fj' tt rs(1t rr11'A itor

remarks, as reported in The Telegraph, witness while the investigation is still oldest highest elevated, roundest, and
contain no such revelations, although under way. It is unconstitutional only the most stable lake in the State.
Rosier's remarks when after the is Margie Koombs, of DER'sTallahassee Editor Hampton for street
were critical of the applied investigation staff,moderated the hear- Telegraph: our to Be paved. It
manner in which the state attorney closed. Therefore, according to Judge ing, and said that DER would make itsrecommendation I would like to thank the City of will because probably It won't take do another three years
"chaired" the grand jury session.As Pierce's ruling, Rosier was exempt from to the Environmental Hampton for finally getting off their plain to the County any because good whoever to com-
Florida's law because his statementswere Regulation Commission whose seven butts and getting a grant approval for they send out there to grade it doesn't
reported: "Rosier said jurors spent con- made after the investigation ended; members are appointed by the Gover- a us project city the water citizens extended of out to us- do a very good job. They need to printon
siderable time asking about traffic tickets and even if it was still ongoing, the indict- nor.Koombs have been fighting to Hampton for, three Villa the grader "Student Grader
written by the Lawtey Police Department and ment was "vague and indefinite" and did said that ERC would then years. get Operator". They make it worse every
other subjects unrelated to the issue for which hold another hearing after which the time they do
the jury was convened including an applica not sufficiently apprise the defendant of a final decision to approve or disapprove My grandmother Pauline Dishman, ()tll'County Commissioner isn't much
tion by Chief Jordan's wife for a job with the crime committed. and I havfeJbeen the.main ones in the help either. There's no 911 number to

Forestry Department several years ago. In the secrecy case that went to the Sen. Bob Crawford Villa to get to city keep water after out Hampton there. We politicians started call to get better road service so you
.
can live
"Rosier said when he complained that the U.S. Supreme Court, all of the justices Meets Local GroupAt in 1987 and, according to the Cily at just with'it.JamesP.Mitzel
questions were not germane to the issue agreed that the absolute their meeting of March 8, we will have Box..88,Hampton
under consideration. Register said 'grand secrecy Open House city water around July of this year.We
juries can look into anything they desire'." demanded by Florida's statute is "un- are very grateful for that, but there'sone New Owners Explain
"Rosier said he and Jordan necessary and unconstitutional". The Senator Bob Crawford,of Bartow,an hitch to it.All of the original proposed Arrest Report '
to return Friday after having been were before required the opinion written by Chief Justice Rhen- announced candidate for Florida Commissioner grant was to give us city water and Editor, Telegraph:
grand jury on Thursday. quist said: "Florida seeks to punish the of Agriculture,visited Starke pave over dirt road but even though
of Tuesday and spoke briefly at an open they're getting$350,000 In grant money; In reference to an arrest report in the
"Rosier commented that he was treated publication information relating to house held at the Community State we re not getting our street paved. March 22 issue of The Telegraph we
more like a defendant than a complainant." alleged government misconduct-speech Bank.Crawford. Also just city water.They are going to wish to''inform' ,the public that the
(End of quotes from Rosier.) Clearly, Rosier which has traditionally been recognizedas use the rest of the money for fixing establishment mentioned was previous
revealed no actual testimony given in the lying at the core of the First Amend- hopes to fill the vacancyleft other streets and extending water out to ly known as The Michigan Ranch. It is
Robinson matter before the Grand Jury. by present Commissioner and the Hampton Baptist Church. They now under new management and
ment. The potential for abuse of the Bradford County native Doyle Conner, haven't even said. they would hook up. to renamed"The Country Pub". .
Three orders signed by Judge George Florida prohibition is apparent, the who is retiring after a long political It. This change is part of'our effort to In-

Pierce on March 8 ruled that the indict- justices said.If career. Maybe now we can have our fussing ,form everyone that we are striving for
ment against Rosier was "vague and indefinite 37 states are getting along all right Crawford, who Is currently presidentof and fighting with Hampton over with and are determined to offer safe place
for a while. Im[ proud to have for folks to
the Senate, was introduced by very meet friends and enjoy
and does not sufficiently apprisethe without secrecy laws, they may be sen- Jerome Johns president of the bank stuck by my grandmother, and we" themselves.We will not tolerate any ac-
defendant of a crime committed"; ding a message to the 13 states that have briefly of his interest in didn't give In. we fought tooth and nail tions that may cause our patrons to feel
also that Florida Statute 905.27 is un- them. In any case, it may be time to takea agriculture and his desire to serve as to get what we rightfully deserve. So uncomfortable or threatened.
constitutional in that it imposes on grand look at Florida's law and weigh the Commissioner. maybe we can someday bug the City of Bobby and Linda Meeks,Owners'
jury witnesses a permanent and absolute pluses against the minuses.




Bush 'n Broccoli* This Is "The Way We Were"... '

"I .
Whoever said George Bush is a The broccoli crisis erupted when a .
Wimp? ,I magazine reported that Bush had J'' \
Our the lowly vegetable off the We were born before television, before '. '
fearless President took the then
menu of Air Force One. I before polio shots / ; Back "Made in.Japan" meant Junk and
strongest possible stand
against a With xerox, plastic, contact le ses, risbeesand the the term"making out" referred to how you did
defenseless vegetable, broccoli! and world-shaking events taking on your exam. Pizzas
McDonalds
PILL. We were before radar, credit cards, split and Instant
his and place around the
even wife mother
can't make globe, he made this coffees were unheard
of. We hit the
him back down. memorable declaration atoms laser beams and ballpoint pens. Before scene when
: "I don't like
broccoli. I haven't pantyhose, dishwashers, clothes dryers, electric there were 5 and 10 cent stores, where you
Infuriated broccoli growers of little kid and liked It since I was a blankets, air conditioners, drip-dry bought things for five and ten cents. Sanders or

America aren't taking this Insult lying It. Now I'm, President my mother made me eat clothes..and before man walked on the moon Wilsons sold Ice cream cones for a nickel or a
down. They've attempted to bury Mr. of the United dime. For one nickel you could ride a street
Bush In ten tons broccoli shipped to States and I'm"not going to eat any We got married first and THEN lived together.. car. make a phone call, buy a Pepsi or enough
the natlon'scapltoLBut more broccoli. Bravol How quaint can you be? In our time, closets stamps to mail one letter and two postcards.

the President still "Read And how does he feel about spinach? were for clothes, not for "coming out of. BunYou could buy a new Chevy coupe for $800..but

my lips -- no new broccoli says!", Probably like the little boy In a New nies were small rabbits, and rabbits were not who could afford one? A pity too, because gas
Yorker Magazine cartoon years : "I Volkswagons. Designer Jeans where scheming was 11 cents a gallon. '
He even dared say he couldn't say It's spinach -'-and I say to hell ago with girls named Jean, and having a meaningful

stomach Brussel sprouts either. 'it!" relationship meant getting along with our' In/ our day, GRASS WAS MOWED, COKE was

cousins. a cold drink and POT was something you cook-
We thought fast food was what you ate during ed In. ROCK MUSIC was a Grandma's lullaby/
t Rlp BRAD ORD COL4 / lent, and Outer Space was the back of the and AIDS were helpers In the Principal's of-

'tN6 Riviera Theatre. We were before househusbands flee., We were certainly not before the dIA

K1M p gay rights, computer dating, dual.erence between the sexes was discovered, but
Vr ZitrjrppirCtioN careers and commuter marriages. We were we were surely before the sex changes. W.

before day-care centers, group therapy and made do with what we had.And we were the
nursing homes. We never heard of FM radio, last generation that
ICe a.,riftcusoN JOHN M.MUM! was so dumb as to think
..ld n...... tape decks, electronic typewriters, artificial .,you needed a husband to have a bcby.
PUbbhed each Thursday and entered on Second Class Matter at hearts,'word processors, yogurt and guys wear- .
the Post Office c*Sfarke.Florida,under Act of Mach 3. 1879. Ing earrings. For us, time-sharing meant No wonder we art so confused and there It
togethern s..not computers or condominiums. such a generation gap today.
PIKMWM4-630S Subjcrlptlon Rate h Trade Area 14.00 per year: $8.00 ilK month wood. Hardware meant
of
P.O.Drawer A Start*.Rortda Outride Trade Area A chip meant piece BUT, WESClRVIVEDfllll What
15.00
S8.5O
per year; ilK monlhl. wasn't word. better reason
hardware, and software even a to celebrate.? ,



_ March 29\.1990 TELEGRAPH Pan 5APageant


I Date Nears Parties Sherri Norman Luncheon HonoreeThe I


I Thirteen young ladles from Brad- M1 Social ..Meetings.We country home of Mrs. JamesV. bride's table was covered with a
ford County are seeking the 1990 Crosby, was the setting for a white Army Navy cloth with an ar-
Strawberry Queen title in a contestset Bridesmaid's Luncheon Saturday rangement of yellow spring flowers.
for 8 p.m. Saturday April 7, in a t. mgs March 17, in honor of Miss SherriNorman. Special guests were members of
the auditorium! at Bradford High' r ,.'Engagements the wedding party, Sherri's mother
School. Twenty-eight guests were seatedat and grandmother Mrs. Glenn Nor-
The new queen will succeed 1989 9 Birtfis tables throughout the living and man and Mrs. Frank Norman;
Strawberry Queen Wanda Mueller T4 dining areas where they were served mother and grandmother of the prospective
and will reign over the Bradford e 1n.s +Announcements by hostesses Mrs. Thomas Crosby, groom, Mrs. Dewayne Al-
Countyn Fair set April 1014. The 13 1 Ls Mrs. Lowell King and Mrs. Joseph day and Ms. Beatrice Benson.
I girls will model in sportswear,swim Reese.Using the chosen colors of the Sherri received a recipe box as a
suits, and evening wear. Advance bride elect Individual tables were memento of the occasion with
tickets for the 28th annual' covered with a green cloth centered favorite recipes of the guests includ-
Strawberry Pageant are $3 for Sherri Gaskins, Evelyn Pennell with a Dot of white beeonias. The ed.Prepare.
I children and$3.50 for adults,and are Stacey BowenTo Bert Mcintire *
on oale at Mitchell's Drug Store on To Wed 27- for Easter \
East Call Street. Wed April 6 Apr. 4, '
Six of the young ladies are Richard and Sandra Pennell of visiting iStarke's
featured in this edition of the Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Gaskins of Starke, announce the engagementand
Telegraph. The other seven were Starke announce the approaching approaching marriage of their 4'ii' Full Service
featured in the March 22 edition. marriage of their daughter, Sherri daughter, Evelyn, to Bert Mclntire
-
r's. _The six contestants are: Marie to Stacey James Bowen, son of Alachua son of Albert McIntire, Beauty SalonGeraldui4
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bowen Sr. of Waldo and Nadine Goode of

-.. Shaa Blom also of Starke., LaCrosse.. The wedding ceremony Is scheduled Kink ?K Carol f om faJdq'

The wedding ceremony Is set for for April 27, 1900. R.,. Sptclal Rag Bptclal
Friday, April 6, at 7:30: p.m. at Pine The bride-elect is graduate of Care Free Curl $50.00 $40.00 Perm Special $40.00 $30.00
Shanae Lynn (Shae) Blom, 17, Level Baptist Church. All, friends Bradford High School and Is currently Leisure Curl 55.00 45.00 Frost 35.00 30.00
I .R the daughter of Chief and Mrs. Jim- and relatives are Invited to attend.A employed with the Parole and Relaxer 30.00 25.00 Cut &Style 15.00 12.00
l my Epps of Starke is a junior at reception will immediately follow Probation ,Division In Gainesville. Wash &Set 18.00 15.00 Shampoo&Set 8.00
BHS and is currently enrolled. in the ceremonies. The groom to-be is also employed in Style/Cut 12.00 8.00 French Braid 10.00
gymnastics classes. Shae is a Gainesville. Color 15.00 Hot Oil
member of the BHS chorus, is serv- ._-_."" .. ..- ............ ...--- .......... --""" '--" ,,,, Weaving Upon Request Grand Complimentary: Opening during
ing her third year on the Student
Council,and has been a cheerleaderfor .
sophomore two year years.Miss Blom During receivedthe her Upcoming- vents..................... t|2 if+concepts'for.the, beautiuuJVuUf

Hugh 0 Brink Leadership Foun- THEROCURE Moisturizing. TRYTHE AIR PERM! Uses no
dation Award. Shae plans on amen Woman's ClubExecutive Young at Heart Paraffin for manicures, facials !t"r.M neutralizers! Excellent for
ding college and majoring in radia- Board Mtg. Meeting Set and pedicures. It works! bleached or damaged hair!
tion therapy and ultra sound. She is
.t sponsored Glenda's Shear Set for Apr. 4 The Young at Heart of the First
by
Design, Stumps Department Store, Baptist Church will have their Manicures Gel Nails Tips Art Nails Much More!
The Executive Board of the
Timberjack, Inc., Patrick Welch regular monthly meeting Thursday
Land Surverying, and Goldilocks.Kim Woman's Club will meet in the' April 5,at noon in the new fellowship
Fem. clubhouse on Wednesday, April 4,at hall. Lunch will be provided by the Salon
1 p.m. This will be a most important church. Beautique Beauty

'.Noy:Srlvlbul, meeting as plans for the annual The Faith Memorial Church of
I report meeting will be discussed., Jacksonville
will &
present"Strings
'*' .Jaruawan 'Noy" Srivibul. 17, I i. Things", Come enjoy this programand .. (: ,., ,, 417 C. Edwards Road
11 daughter of David and UnchalsBarber fellowship with us. '"(,...."' .;:? 9644077rEARLY
of Starke. Miss Srivibul is !, Doctor's Day ." Didyou know... .
alk
currently a freshman at Santa Fe I March 30 In's Welcome
\ Friday H"
Y' Community College (SFCC). Noy .Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. J.D.
"' ,was chosen Miss"Teen Rainbow in ,I In honor of local physicians on Henderson and Mrs. David Taber .
.nT 'the1 Florida Rainbow Pageant. Her r ( Doctor's Day, March 30, the Brad- members of the Colonel Samuel
interests include designing and sewing ford County Medical Society Aux- Elbert Chapter, NSDAR attendedthe
* \ clothes, volleyball, crafts, and iliary donates annually a book to the State Conference of the Florida
9 Spending time with her family. Noy Bradford County Library. State Society Daughters of the
" graduated from Bradford High This year's selection is "The American Revolution which was
School with several honors, Including Allergy Discovery Diet".. held in Tampa at the Hyatt Hotel
the National Science Award.A March 2325.
. ..and the SFCC Board of Trustees
i: '.Scholarship Award. She is enrolledat
in the Fashion Merchandising and
v. Designing Program in the fashion .
-!y, industry., Noy is sponsored by the
a* China Restaurant of Starke..
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8'Ir.-n u I u SALE ENDS APRIL 15th

SPRING
,SlngMary
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f"'yo.

'- Kimberly Gail Singletary, 17, is
the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. "
t Jx. William S. Singletary of Lawtey. A ;" '
brunette with brown eyes, Kimberly
is currently a senior at BHS. She :'
especially enjoys helping :.voung.VhUdren. ;
t : .
? to t1I ,M4 beJng Itanth jjjaejiasMiss .,,t. ni1'iy n r r 1' ,t I ;j' dlrat >a'lu
Singletary plans to become an
elementary school teacher and to ............. .0-......
.
i strive to keep drugs out of Bradford: : .
y.aPr County. She Is sponsored by Burger
.'J'h King of Starke.

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11 j'k 1 SPRING FERTILIZERS Dog Food fresh Supply


(: __ 27-3-5 Special Garden Seeds In Stock
'''-'''''' '" -- $ 90
4
it, ", .n' Margl Hall Living Lawn
oi "fur Save $1.00 on all 40
ir'Marguerite Louise (Marji) Hall \ lb. bags Hi Protein Bedding
18, is the daughter of Robert and 25-3-3 ( R
$ 0.50
.. Jpan L.Hall of Starke.Marji currently Reg. Plants
? tt an SFCC freshman. She en- ,.. Weed & Feed $ 99 '
Joys writing poetry and short 6 50 Daily
stories, swimming and being with For Bahia S1f. $9 Arriving li
friends. Marji! has received honorsIn
both the National Poetry Contest
- and World Poetry. Her ambitions include 25-5-10 '
s'; graduating from college and KP 4 Heavy Duty
?;' pursuing a career la medicine. Miss Dog Ration $
Azalia Camelia Rose
..' Hall is sponsored by Mitchell's Drug 40 lb. Reg. $8.50 750 Wheel Barrow
tS ore of Starke.
ei< Blueberry Fertilizer
b Reg. $45.00


'to'if.-m _''""T Tavla HeddIng c\0.\50 Dog Chunks
$595 401b7-Reg.$8.50CP/
'" Tavia Lynn HeddIng, 17, the <\ ."
', daughter of Norman and Linda Bedding Limited Quantities
I of Starke, Is a senior at BHS.
: She is an active member of the Little .

Women's Club,the French Club,was 2" x 4" Welded 48" $1/T99

1"- i a grades cheerleader, and was in a the member 10th and of 11th the Cat Food $1 75 SO1 roll 14 ga. fence J.O Wrangler

Homecoming Court.Future plans in- 3 1/2 lb.
clude attending college to pursue. a Fence Post Stone Washed
career as a dental hygenlst.: She is $170
: "" sponsored by Sonny's Bar-B-Q of 61/2' x 3" ea.
Starke, Genesis Hair and Pioneer Jeans
-

.: : -Electric-_,_both, ....of Lawtey..... ........ ........ PupPy Kist, $595 Tuber 10' $3999
.) 201b. bag Gate ea.
,;... ... r .., $2999
Weddings Portraits ourspecial price r-----rouPo------:; : I
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ll I ,! 'ArtfStitW"",'I: ""<'''--
Lori' Mann !
n 'Lori Mann, 18, Is the daughter of ng'a'I rjPif4'Y:1Jtrel.rpara Liquid Fish Fond Fertilizer : $100
A senior at -
Loc! Mann of Starke. -..: / OFF'rafl5ler
, BHS graduating In the top 10 percent ;
of the 1990 class Lori loves travel- Phone 964-8877 Potting Soil I 100 lbs.

ing cooking ceramics,and working Business Phone 9642184Classified I" and Rocky MountainJeans
with small children.She is presently 00
r the president of the Law Enforcement Cow Manure : $9 and Shirts in
Explorers.Miss Mann's ambit Ads I 01\\:1:
tl n"'Is' to become a successful ) Stock...
2-4 D Week Killer I =>=n-
Lori' is sponsored by ---- -
lawyer.
Get Results '-Arriving Dailywa. /
Register Oil. New Exciting Spring IUra


".. ,,: S.f.-G1Wd Dcwonuaf ----- NEMEX-2: '
Block __..... Pviu. -
Q" FREL RFD LIQUID a/eW
Vaccinate w ..",,---- WOKMEB __ -

t"J t tV BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY i Now! $24'S- -----.- .. 3" JSSi $5 75 _PfIDJIO It.o I


\ imIDnmrlll J1i ._, 1DjJffilm! CUTTER* vA ccllr t"eY Sts
.' : .',': ::1 ENCEPHOL-PLUS .
: o'r
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28th. Annual; Bradford County Killed Vbua Vaccine ::

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"nfe\ : ";< .;; Strawberry Pageant : =.=;--= : : 2226 N. Temple Ave U.S.'301 N. .

"i; jflL,.BHS,'Auditorium April 7th.1990 -.l- .:.r.._ C95 .':A vt '' 964-7871 Starke, FL

Child 3.00 7:00: pm Adult 3.50 ,"'

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PaieIA TELEGRAPH March 21), 1 l1H! ) __ ...1'_ "ftMI, ftn/i sons, Residents of Su-El'i Convalescent::
Meng. Thomas, his Wll""? Laiui aim for the mon
Home Joinedtne group
Birthdays: Enoch Johnathon and Nethaniel .
April thly luncheon.
I hampton JLllllteS ...... by Dolores Mcng 16, Christina Broome; Tory are residing in Cltra. The next covered dish luncheonwill
Hersey Jason Sanderson Robert Norma Sweeney Speaks. be held Thursday April 15, at
.& Harendt; 19, Jennifer Darley; 21, Thursday March 15, a covel'eddish the Hampton Baptist C\arch.
Hampton Elementary School Grade 2: Jason Barr, Michelle Crystal Murphy, 3 rik Scoggins, Renee Wynn Bryan Meng; 22,Danny luncheon was held at the Hampton Church Fun Day..
Brandt Ester Smith,Jassy Starling, Melody 25, Joey Victory Baptist Church.
New... Collins, Jeremy Gates, Contreras-Martinezj; The Hampton Baptist Church is
Honor Roll Students: Report cards Hawes, Matilda Rhoden, Youngblood. Daugherty, Jackie Daugherty; 27, Norman Sweeney,who has served sponsoring a Fun Day with cookout
were sent home with students onTuesday Christopher Schmidt, Josh Starling, Grade 4: Lucian Bradley,Hannah Robert Tonya Newmans, Nena Contois; 28, as a missionary teacher in Brazil for Saturday, March 24, beginning at 2
Paul Turner. Broome, Alicia Crosley Charlotte Smith; 29, Melissa Mitchell many years gave an interesting account
,March 13,for the fourth six
weeks, grading period.Kindergartners Grade 2/3: Kelly Bowen, Tonya Ford, Matthew Mullis, Susan Sallye Scoggins; 31, Leroy of her work, especially with p.m.Hamburgers and hot dogs will be
Parmenter, Danny Wiggins. / children In that area. She
Caldwell, Pat ,
all E's Brown, Tyler Rhoden Tablta Linton. served., will Include
receiving Activity
Karrie Grade 5: Chris Affron, Alicia .. demonstrated with the localityof games
Gatlin maps
Flanagan, Jenette Pastor Welcomed.
Contois, basketball and volleyball.
were: Eric Carroll, Holly baseball, ,
Baker, Adrienne Coleman Erica along articles
Charles held her service.She brought
Lee, Raymond Rhoden, At a covered dish dinner
Renea Hutto, Brian Saxon, Alex Kir- Baseballs and gloves will be needed,
Elbert, Stacey Floyd Thomas was made by the people of Brazil,
Jacob Randy
Thigpen. recently
Stephanie Acree Jennifer Frees, for the Everyone is Invited to
Lisa McClellan: doll in native games.
chaine dressed
Crawford, Daniel of the including a
Mc- Grade 3: Deena welcomed as the new pastor
Jamie
Karl Lynn Hawkins, come and enjoy the day!
Grade 6 Johnson, Angela .
: Jenny
Clellan, Bryan Meng, Crystal Davis. Sherry DeSue. Alisha Hayes, Hampton Christian Church. Pastor costume "

Ramsey. Jr. rIA'' ... L '
Attaining all A's were: Grade 1,
Cory Chappell, Charlene Clifton, Ground Fresh Daily
Renee Ford, Emily Genest, Brian .

Smith McClellan David Christina Stone. Grade Meng 2, :Rachel Jenny 75% Lean 5 Lb. Pack

Affron Chris Darga, Brand Gatlin,

Juston Hart, Joshua Hodges, Brian ,. .," ,., Or
Grade ?-??- ; -v.---v-.v: ITO> r--v-r-i---- .ft More
Lott,Josh Meng, Brad Muse.
2-3: Mandy Heine. Grade 3: Marcus CUBED p STEAK
Affron Nikki Baker, Melody Barr, $128
Nena Contois, Detria Ford, Jason
Lovell Joey Rowe. Grade 4: Clay i- 0
Archey Vicki Hutto, Peter Knipp, GROUND
Amanda Meng, Amanda Rowland.
Grade 5: Hope Archey, Jason Me-
Cullough. Grade 6: Carrie Meng. ..
Fourth Six Weeks Grading Period
A-B Honor Roll):
Grade 1: Paul Jones Samara .
Prevatt Chad Rhoden, Harried __I BEFza
Waldron. __ _
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Make-up and Colors 1 _n 21 21 _30 31

Program Held 1

At Woman's Club Prices In this ad good Monday
( March 26 thru Sunday, April '. 1990.!
Naomi Herres was guest speakerat .
the monthly luncheon meeting of I
the Woman's Club on Wednesday,

March 14.Christie. Torode introduced Mrs. M/J//;: FarmS a -

Herres who used Gere Johns for her
model In presenting her program on
makeup and colors. 7 PAIlTsFlYEIlCNCaO
She began with an explanation of SEEDLESS GRAPES
colors corresponding to the four
seasons of the year spring and fall
colors are warm and summer and
winter colors are cool. Demonstra- I
tions were given displaying the cool !$ <
\
colors and then the warm colors by LIVERS
placing them on the model. A com-
plete makeup of her face was applied
to the model with Mrs. Herres
explaining each step and how it
should be done.President Sun kist
Saundra presided over 4
the meeting. Devotional programwas 9q LEMONSISunkist
given by Blanche Otto using the 0
theme "Beauty". Her scripture
reading was from Job 40:10.: Packaged
Using a St. Patrick theme, the
decorating colors were white and 1
green.The head table covered with a SEEDLESS
lace cloth had green napkins at each FrozenGROUND Lb. Red Ripe
setting with a white net bag of & / NAVEL ORANGES
chocolates tied with green ribbons. BEEF TOMATOES
The centerpiece was an arrange- Or

ment dyed of white green Fuji carnations chrysanthemumsand flankedby ZUCCHINI SQUASH

green shamrocks down the table. PATTIES Lb. Fresh /
''The small tables covered with white 11I$1791
cloths had the same place settings GREEN BEANS
with a centerpiece of dyed green
carnations. A basket arrangementof Jumbo Pack Chicken
fresh spring flowers was on the $299
I piano and also one was on the buffet 691t"rit ..-.1......
i i table covered with a white lace THIGHSDRUMSTICKS! 5 Lb.a., : a1 I\o..Oj; : ; d H : ils rir. .3 ,Id Y1A31
cloth. Green ferns were at focal .. ,N i IJ A ,sefnn ro.elvedA4D

points.Music. .
Chairman Mona Canova

played the piano for a sing-along by _ _ _ _
the group of Irish songs led by Mar- Head t
Jorie Thomson.The .
'
of the head table Milwaukee's .
centerpiece Snow White
2.Liter Diet Pepsi
was given for a door prize and was
won by Sandy Rowell. A traditional Best a PEPSI COLA
Irish lunch using green for the y CAULIFLOWERI
dessert pudding was served by Oleta ) Milwaukee'sBest
Hardenbrook. Chairman for this )
Bunch Fresh GreenBROCCOLI
meeting were Christie Torode and 69 Y -

Debbie was a guest.Flynn. Mrs. Joan Rhoden 12oz./12pkcn Light 499 (: '


Battle of Olustee
W.T. Weeks UDC Lb I 2 Liter Diet Mtn. Dew
Prog., .
59 Mtn. Dew.. . .. . .. 1.091 '
Mrs. J.T. Lawson most in-
gave a
teresting account of the Battle of 3 6.12 Oz. Pepsi Cans j
Olustee at the regular monthly / and Related Items .. . 1.79 J 99 .
meeting of the W.T. Weeks Chapter, y
UDC held at the home of Mrs.
.
Herbert Thomas on Monday,March ,

19. a ;z
This was very timely as the j .', r
reenactment of this battle was held
at the battle site February 20 commemorating b'
the battle held there 125
.
years It was ago.really not a big battle and 16 Oz. Cut Or French Style 7 Oz. Reg./6.5 Oz. Mesquite 8 ,
Oz. Assorted Flavors
more of a skirmish but it is of In- Green Bean/17 Oz. Cream BBQ/Jalapeno Yogurt Sunmaid 11 Oz. With Raisins

terest here because so many of our Style Or Whole Kernel Corn LIGHT N' LIVELY 100 '
CINNAMON i ROLLS
ancestors took part in it and some WISE (CRUNCHERS! ,
were killed.It was a very bloody battle '.
the Union sustaining 1861 DEL MONTE t "
casualties and the Confederates 946. "
3/$1
This was the 13th annual reenact- $139' :[;iJt' / 9gc i

In ment reenactors of the battle and the those biggest In atten ever VEGETABLES-= :

dance.A festival is held each year in ((1 \.'...:: .'.
connection with this event. Duringthe .

actual battle in 1864 both sides _;;z? 3
ran out of ammunition but the 2// ,
Federals were driven back to '
Jacksonville by the Confederates 3 Oz. ,- Vegetable Beef/Chicken
where they continued to occupy that Noodle 20 Oz. Frozen Shoestring II' 8 Oz. Food Lion K

city.Mrs. RAMEN PRIDE NOODLES LYNDEN FARMS POTATOES
Franklyn Weisgerber presided SOUR CREAM 91 91lhi .4
over the business meeting. Plans -
were made for the Memorial Serviceto fl .
be held Sunday April 22,at 3 p.m. ..ra
at Crosby Lake Cemetery at the All NATYTAL79o
UDC Monument and the next
business meeting will be held Monday SOUR
April 23. at the home of Mrs. CREAM
Herbert Thomas with hostess Rhoda '

Dampier.Coffee .
social hour was enjoyed by 1 sslas... l
the members prior to the business 16 Oz. Lite Fruit Cocktail/
meeting. Yellow 147 0 Z. '1.50 Off '
Cling Peach Slices/Lite Peach 25 Lb. Dog Food
Slices/Lt. Pear Halves SURF DETERGE JI I
PURINA DOG CHOW
Reunion PlannedFor DEL MONTE FRUIT' '


HllHard Thornton FamiliesA Griffis $599. .

$799 :
family reunion for the Thornton I
Grills and Milliard families is plan
ned for March 31 at the Raiford i #
Community Center In Raiford on 11r -
Hwy 121. from 10 a.m. til 6 p.m. _
An Old Fashioned Day theme is
being planned. Live entertainment
will complement the festivities. There is a Epocf fto'ik cqwenierUty fowled 'near ypji: F00D LION
Please bring covered dish lunch.
For more Information call
Darlene Thornton M4-S018, or
Agnes Milliard. 964-2012. Peerfodt Village Sotith





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I March 29,1990 TKLEGHAPII Page 7\ yta1
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Wife old East line and run S 89*39' W 211.47 The administration of the Estate of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO feet to the point of beginning. Eugrnln Morrow,' Deceased Cote No., REZONING AND AMENDMENTTO
: DONNA JEAN MYER 6421 Baylor and It further appearing that Defendants 89-87-CP, I I. pending In the Circuit Court. THE LAND USE PLAN
( NoticesINVITATION ] Avenue, Keystone Height' Florida. John N. Goodman and Diane C. for Bradford County Florida Probate An ORDINANCE amending the Com-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones cannot Division the address of which I I. Bradford prhnslv Land Use Plan Element and
per dissolution of' marriage' and b* served, within the Stole of Florida: County Courthouse, Stark, Florida Map by Bradford County, Florida In accordance 11'\'\
other relief has been filed against you In that It It not practicable to serve them 32091. with the local Government
FOR the obove-ttyled Court and you are required personally; and they have not voluntarily The name and address of the Personal Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 os ft
BIDS known to be dead or olive: WILLIAM I. to serve a copy of your written appeared herein; It 1* therefore Representative and the Personal provided for In Chapter 163 of the T

Th. City 'of Stork. UMPHENOUR; and The Unknown Helrt 'detente. If any to tt on TERENCE M, ORDERED a* follows: Representative's attorney are set forth Florida Statutes w
receive Bids for Water
Port 1 and 2, Phase Expansions Creditor, Trustees or Other Claimant P.A., Post Office Bon 40 Stark, Florida Diane C. Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones Interested persons are required to Interested persons, w
local time on the 16th .1H'Itll of 10:00: a.m. claiming by, through;under or again 32091-0040 on or before the 7th of May hall appear In this cause and plead to file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON You and each of You or. hereby and a
Hall 100 day April 1990. WILLIAM L. UMPHENOUR. who I I. not 1990 and file the original with the Clerk th* complaint filed herein on of before THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS herewith given notice In accordance
City Drawer C, Stark.Thompson, Florida Street, P.O. known to be dead or alive; and you ore of this Court, either before service on April 30, 1990. or )In default thereof the NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate with Florida Statutes that the Board of

which time all Bids will b 33091 at. required to serve a copy of your written th* above-mentioned attorney or Immediately Court shall proceed to judgement In this and ((2)) any objection by on Interested City Commissioners of Starke, Florida tao
and read aloud.. *publicly opened detente, If any to It on Kent Ridge a thereafter otherwise a cause to the extent provided for by Section person to whom notice was mailed that have designated the Stark Zoning and

The project will cpntlit of Crawford plaintiff'.attorney whose address default will be entered against you forth 1655 Title 28, United States Code, challenges the validity of the Will the Planning Board to conduct a public hoar-
extensions and a wal.rmain It: relief demanded In the Petition. a* If said Defendantt had been served qualification. of the Personal Representative Ing at a regular meeting held at 7:00: .:7p.m.
piping and all connections related' to existing 225 Water Street Suit 900 WITNESS my hand and the official seal I with process within the State of Florida. venue, or jurisdiction of the In the City Commission meeting H
ltn required to Incid.ntolwork Jacktonvlll, Florida 32202on of this Court on th* 13th day of March 2, This order be published In .a Court. room Starke City Hall Stark., Florida :J[
work drawn and complete the or before April 2. 1990 and file the 1990. newspaper of general circulation In ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT on Thursday March 29 1990 and make 18
at .p.clfl.d'o
complete and ) provide original with the Clerk of this Court CLERK OF THE COURTBy Bradford County Florida not less than SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED. a recommendation to the City of Starke ,A
operable
a prol.ct will be funded facility.This either before service on plaintiff attorney : Carol Wllllamt, D.putyClerk onc. each week for six consecutive Publication of this Notice hat begunon Commissioner and the Board will cons

of Stark, Florida: '- by the City. or Immediately thereafter; otherwise TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. weeks prior to the return date herein- Thursday March 29 1990. slder, on Tuesday April 17, 1990 at the itS
Each: Proposal a default will be entered agalntt TERENCE M BROWN PA.A. above described. Personal Representative same said place at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance
by Bid Security In must b'accompanied you for the relief demanded In the com Attorney for Husband 3. Within 10 days after the first Eloise Starling Jane rotating to: ", .A
art amount dot le.. plaint or petition. Post Office Box 356 The rezoning of the following described -
.P.O. Box 40 publication of notice of this proceeding >
theIR five percent ((5%) of the amount WITNESS hand and the teal of VtJ
bid. Bid shall be my this Starke, Florida 32091-0040 .. the Clerk of Court shall mall by U.S. Moll Stork, Florida 32091 property and amending the Comprehensive >
Security either' a certified Court on the 5th of
day March 1990.
of the with Attorney for P.R. Land Us. Plan to providethat A
/ ) check a cathlert check Bid (904)) 964-8272 .a copy notice together a copy
I Bond. No Proposal or a RAY NORMAN, Fla. Bar No. 0289612 of the Complaint herein to the Defendants DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER land currently zoned R-IA and A
for of may b. withdrawn Clerk of the Circuit Court 3/15 4tchg 4/05; Cont. No.400 John N. Goodman and Diane C. TERENCE M. BROWN. P.A. designated by the plan as Single-Family O
period
a sixty ((60)) day after the By: Carol William. Clerk .
I Bid date, Deputy Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones,900 Tom Post Office Box 40 Vrly Low Density District b*rezoned to. O
I Plant opening, Specifications, and Contract 3/08 4lchg 3/29; Conl. No. 384 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT .... Hall Street Stark, Florida 3z.>91. Starke, Florida 32091 B-2, and designated Retail-Commercial
Documents be .lIbmln.d} MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA '"*< DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, ((904)) 964.8272Fla. Sol. A Service' the property of Gordon .\)
may at Stark.
City Hall or at the office-of NOTICEOF JACKSONVILLE DIVISION .Florida this 12th day of March, 1990. Bar No. 0599727 A Pamela Crawford described o.
Bewent.
Hammock a CASE NO. 89732Clv. J.12 HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER 3/29 2tchg 4/05 follows: Parcel No. 03949-0-00000, In q
Ruckman Inc.
Square Boulevard 1900 Corporal SHERIFF'S SALE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, United State Magistrate Section 29 Township 6, Range 22 East.Lot 'N
Jackionvllle, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 6 of Block E of Pinehurst Subdivision.NE .
Plaintiff 3/22 6tchg 4/26 eft _
Florida 32216 ((904)) 721-2991.: Notice It hereby given that I I. Kenneth vt. Control Number 401 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION corner of Westmoreland and
*t t 3/29 2tchg", 4/05 Etherldge, at sheriff of Bradford County DISTRICT CONTRACTS Madison Street. t
JOHN H. GOODMAN DIANE' C. GOODMAN
'r/ Control No. 417 Florida under and by virtue of Writ of : You are further given NOTICE that a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
Execution to-wit: f/k/a DIANE C. JONES; and JUDICIAL Sealed bids will be received In the copy of said proposed ORDINANCE It
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Execution issued out of County Courtof DESSIE JACKSON. Small Conference Room of the State ol available for your Inspection at the office
BRADFORD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Bradford County Florida pursuant to Defendant COUNTY. FLORIDA Florida Department of TransportationDistrict of the Director of Zoning and Planning
Final of CASENO.:90136CACOMMUNITY
for Calvin
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA a Storke, Judgement Florida and against Clara Rodney Thorn- ORDER OF SERVICE: STATE BANK Office, 1901 South Marlon Street City Hall Thompson Street Starke, !8

CIVIL ACTION NO,; !89-594-CA ton defendant In th*amount of$750.00 BY PUBLICATION OF STARKE Lake City Florida until 2:30: p.m. (local Florida. ,IJ
FNB PROPER7I;I SHlC.. .'a: .jlorida. together with cottt of collection. This cause came to b* heard upon Plaintiff, time) on April 13. 1990 for the following Each and every person having any Interest M
corporation,v, 'r'" Have seized and hove In my posses- Plaintiffs Motion for Order of Service by v*. work. Sealed bid should be returned by whatever In the enactment of this
Plaintiff \ 'A :' lon the following described personal Publication and It appearing that this ROBERT HALL certified mall or other reliable courier tQ proposed ORDINANCE should appear Hand
vt. -,'. <; &. J> ,", property to-wlt: action hat been brought for the enforcement Defendant.NOTICE. Mr. Barry D. Bunn District Contract Administrator be heard at the time and place ,n

JAMES VERNON ,SIAP6? fond .BARBARA 1980 Pontiac 4 dr I.D. No. of a lien against real property OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Department of Transportation prescribed. Tt
JEAN SLADEfhlfc "wlfeftlhe: Unknown' 2Z687A6175253. situated In Bradford County within the 1901 South Marlon Street Lake CI. Board of City of Stark.Commissioners'

Heir. Devil*..< ;yC rqJ\I**.., ..Ign...>: At th* property of the above nam.d Middle District of Florida and described : ROBERT HALLRESIDENCE ty Florida 320561089. Proposal form. Bradford County. Florida 13a
Llenort, Creditor.'.,7')s f... ors oth.r defendant and that on Monday the 9th a* follows: UNKNOWNYOU will not be Issued after April 12 1990, by: Darrell O'NealDirector

Claimant. :.41t.Itnin\; "i''through)>! underor day of April 1990 at 2:00: p.m., I will offer A parcel of land lying In the West On. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that 2:30 p.m. (local time). Starke Zoning S Planning 12
agalmf,JAMES'VERNON SLADE and for tale and tell to the higheit bidder Half of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. for damage hat been filed an action Alachua' and Bradford Counties, State Itchg 3/29: Cont. No. 391 'N
BARBARA-%JEAN\ "(BLADE, 'y, ie' pre not for coin In hand the above described tion 22 Township 6 South Range 22 and againstyou Job Numbers 26110-3504 28060-3507, P.O. Number 2474 ilO i
known tot"* dead or";ollv<'WILLIAM' L. properly of told defendant to satisfy the East Bradford County Florida said' of you are defenses required to serve a copy and 28040-3501. Work contlttt of
written
If
your to It, on
UMPHENOUR: oneS The..Unknown Heirs, aforeiald Execution. parcel being more particularly described'\ the plalntllf't whose any and overlaying existing pavement with :q
Dovl._.. Gron..*.'(.lOn.| .., llenors, Kenneth Etherldge, Sheriff at follows: address I I.: attorney name asphaltlc concrete friction court and Iq .
Creditor Trustees'prbthet Claimant Bradford County Florida also Includes the q
Commence at the Southwest corner of JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. replacing existing
claiming by through, under or against 3/151tchg 4/05; Cent No. 395 told Section 22 and run Easterly: along' Johnny R. Hobbs, Jr., P.A. striping and pavement markings on sections ::9

WILLIAM u: UMPHENOUR who i I. not NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO the Southerly boundary thereof 39.45 P.O. Box 938 of SR 235 and SR 18. (WPI No:. STARKE laU

known to be dead or alive; REGISTER feet more or I..., to the Easterly boundary Starke, Florida 32091 2110439 2111778 and 2111779)) (Approx. -
Defendant!.'" iffMQtlCE' FICTITIOUS NAME of Old Lawtey Road thence North and file the original with the Clerk of 45 calendar days). CHURCH OF GOD

OF ACTIONTO Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 0007 East along said Easterly boundary the above-styled Court on or before May NOTE: pre-bld conference will beheld 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 H
: Janfes Vernon Slad' and The 700.00 feet to an Iron pipe on the on the above job on April 10, 1990, II
Statutes, notice It hereby given that the 2, 1990; otherwise a judgement may b* John Sprotlln Pastor
Unknown Heir, Devisees, Grantee., In the large Conference Room at the n
undersigned Derek Alvarez Rt. 4, Box Southerly right of way line of Donna entered against for the relief
Assignees,.Llenort, Creditor: Tru.,... 278 Stork., Florida sole owner doing Street (alto known at Jenkins Street); demanded In the Complaint.you Department of Transportation District Wa invite you to worship with us
or Oth.r',Claimant. claiming by thence Office, 1901 S. Marion St., Lake Attended Nursery b
butlnet under the firm name of ARTISTIC run N 69 39' East along said WITNESS hand and teal of said City
under James my Florida 1:30 Local All School ......,...,.......... 10
through at Sunday
or agalntt Vernon PHOTOGRAPHY Rt. 4 Box 278 Southerly right of way (line 371.82 feet to Court this 26th p.m. ( time) contractors ** am
Slad, who It not known to.be dead or Stark. Florida 32091 Intend to an Iron pip.on the Westerly right of on day of March 1990. Interested In bidding on these Morning Warship .____............ 11 em 2
olive; address unknown but what lost fictitious under the aforesaid r.gistersaid lln. of Tom Hall Street (also known way as RAY NORMAN jobs are advised to be In attendance to Evening Service, .-..,..........-......., 6pmWednesday 2b
address wo1 c/o Gateway Community name Church Clerk of Court discuss and Information Youth .......................... 730pm: 2n I
ttatute. Grade); thence run S 07 49' W By: Tather Allen Deputy CI.rk3294lchg419 Important pertinent 2d
Service, 1245 Jessie Street: Jackson Dated this 13th day of March, A.D.. along cold Westerly right of way line ,; In doing this work.
vIII., Florida ? : 1990, In Bradford County. 85.35 feet; thence run N 89*39' East 40.41 <-' Control No.421 Order. for these documents should be Come Worship With Us
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thafan action to 3/15 4tpd 4/05 feet to an Iron pip on the Easterly rightof directed to: Districts Contracts Department BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH a

torclot d mortgage encumbering the way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida Department of Transportation
following property In Bradford County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE N 07*49' E along sold Easterly right of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Post Office Box 1089 Lake City Corner of Pratt and Christian T

Florida: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT way line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and IN AND FOR Florida' 320561089. Telephone ((904)) Sun. School 9:45 ::
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Block One ((1)) In Hampton Section 19, IN AND FOR the Point of Beginning: thence continue BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 752-3300. .3to.3a
Sun. 11:00
Morning Worship am
Township 7 South Range 22 Eatt: Bradford ltchg329Control :
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA N 0749' E along said Easterly right of CASE NO.: 89-87-CP Sun. Evening Service 7:00
County Florida. way line 77.25 feet to an Iron pipe; No. 418Classified5 pm
CASE NO 9015CAIN .FILE NOi 1-4080
hat beeftJlled against 1WA1/t : ..... .. .' Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm '1111 "//ll
you RE:: The Man-lap* of : thence leave told Easterly right of way .. PROBATE DIVISIONtl4l11 --- -', .. -,----'- v, .)!$
JEAN SL* E; Th. ,it. eitDevl.s line .3 ''00" E 202.07 feat b, "
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-ant.II. nsfLI: pt.I Husband eo. .. an Iron pipe ah the East line of th* VII 1/2 EUGENlX MORROW as
Creditors, Trustees ofT .r 1 ialmants and of the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence run S' Deceased. Asst. Pastor John Leshuk oq

claiming by, through under or against DONNA JEAN e)'IYER. 0051'02" W along said Easterly' line NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION! Get Results! Proclaiming The Blood, The Book,Blessed Hope
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Starke Elementary School NewsPrincipal's [ Births ] I--.o, pal- -Notices. ........................ I

e/ N011CEAPPLICATION West, 374.63: feet; thence South
Message: Important hydrocarbons, and created Atoms Hood's mom came In to talk about FOR REZONINO 2044'49" East 333.96 feet to the end of
dates to remember are March 23, showing forms of energy. They will being a nurse. The class learned Ashley Sharon BarnesGlen said 60 fool road and the beginning of a
Class/group pictures to be taken in be going to the Starke Power Plant, about her job at the hospital. 'Doris Elllt hot made application lo thr road 20 feet In width and lying 1 10 f.., on "
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the Library during early morning! ; for a tour and would like to thank and Karen Barnes of West Bradford County Zonlnn. Planning each side of sold centerline; thence continue .
and sno cones and popcorn to be solaby them very much for their time. One _a illisH _,..'..-.4tM Germany announce the birth of their Department for recloislllcotlon of the South 20'44'49" East along sold ?/
PTO at PrO Building. Cost is 25 of the favorite experiments has beento : daughter In Ashley Sharon, born property described below from RSF-1 to centerllne 30.88 feet; thence South
cents each. use water electrolysis to split March 2, West Germany. RSF-3: Approximately 14.5 ocr. on the 3ri3'37" East 438.28 feet to a set Iron
Career Awareness Day of March hydrogen and oxygen by means of a Maternal grandparents are west sld. of Paradise Lake. Parcel No. rod; thence South 21.22'I1" East. 330.29
19 was a great success! A big thank hand generator. Another has been to LuAnne and Roger Rowe of Starke. 05717-0-00000 In Section 34, Township 8. feet to on Intersection with the
Maternal
you to all of our Resource Speakerswho observe hand-held solar panels greatgrandparents are Range 22. centerline of a road 30 feet In width and
emphasized to our children to 1) generating enough energy to spin Corinne Broughton and the late This proposed change In classification' lying 15 feet on each side of the followIng ,

stay In school; 2) study hard to get a propellers, ring buzzers, and flash Willis Paternal Broughton, also of Starke.Sheri I. subject to a public hearing to be held described centerline; thence South
good education, 3) get along with lights. All students have done an grandparents are before Bradford County Zoning Board on 492'49" West, 274.13 feet to a set Iron
and Albert and
other people. Also, a note of appreciation outstanding job! Congratulations.Mrs. Barnes paternal Tuesday March 27. 1990, at 7:00 P.M. at rod; thence South 1750'25" East 418.91
is due to all our students Strong's 5th Grade Students all and Is Mrs. Myrtle Barnes, the Council Room of Stcvke City Hall, 209 feet to a set Iron rod (last said Iron rod ,
who behaved themselves very well of the Week: Social Studies Kevin N. Thompion Street Storke, Florida. At being 15.00 feet N'ly of the S'ly boundary
during this important day.Classroom Green; Science, Danielle Tucker; 34a Falth'Baptist Church this time all persons, both for and of aforesaid SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 when
English, Rasheeta Chandler; y against this proposal shall be heard as measured at right angles therefrom;
To
Host Bible
Reading, Jessie Converse; Math, Conf. specified In the Bradford County Zoning thence South 89'53'43" East parallel
Charlene Wright; Spelling, Muham-i Faith Baptist Church of Lawtey Code.. The Zoning Board will make a with said S'ly boundary 666.05 feet to an
med Smith; Helping Hand, Amanda will be hosting a Bible Conference on recommendation to the Bradford County Iron rod set on the E'ly boundary of said!
Manning; Helping Hand, Shaun April ... The conference is held In Commission on this application at their SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and the end of said .
Burgin. I conjunction with the 40th anniversary prescheduled hearing to be held centerline (last Iron rod being totaled
Mrs. Patterson's Pre-1st: They of the church.In Wednesday April 18. 1990. at 7:30 P.M., 15.00 feet N'ly of said SE corner of said
:Asa are still learning about careers. This the late forties Pastor A.E. In the Commlsslones Room of Bradford SE 1/4 of NE 1/4)).

week they focused on careers involving -"' Massey moved to County Courthouse, Stark, Florida. At Together with 1984 Fleetwood 24x70!
food production and distribution.On downtown and began to minister and this time, the Bradford County Commission Mobile Home.
Thursday Mar. 15, they walkedto Career AwarenessA hold Bible studies In the homes of will make the final decision on the DATED this 14th day of March 1990.
Winn Dixie for a tour. Thank you Success area residents. In IMS<< the churchwas proposed application after having two RAY NORMAN
to Dolly and Elena for guiding our organized into a mission under public hearings, advertisement and Clerk of the Court
:: : tour. Each student received an apple Career Awareness Day organizedby the authority of the Calvary Baptist posting. All persons Interested 'In this By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk
a cookie and a box of crayons. Melba Johnson was a huge suc- Church in Tamps It took on the application are hereby given notice of 32221chg3129Conlrol
Otv FrIday, Mar. 16, two visitors cess. Starke Elementary School had name of Calvary Baptist Mission. As time and place for the two public hearings Number 403
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from Adam Wainwright's farm 31 different careers represented.Each time went on the mission grew until required.
u visited the classroom Cupid and child had a schedule to on March 26, the mission was Director NOTICE INTENTION'
Valentine two baby oats.The class follow and rotated to several organized into a church and took on Zoning ( Planning TO REGISTER
learned "hands-on' about goats. classrooms for their career speaker.Our the name Faith Baptist Church. A.E. Bradford County FICTITIOUS NAME
iI. ,;.... M16w;..:.' Adam also talked about many other students and staff benefited Massey remained as pastor for Itchg 3/29; Cont. No. 392
News: farm animals and how to care for greatly from the tank almost 39 years until in January 1988 P.O. Number 3B70 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
Mrs. Gruen's K.$ Gifted Students them Thanks to Adam, Lynn We would like to each of our when Pastor Martin Hoffman from Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
have been studying energy. They Newsome and Adam's 'mom and ;guests for doing such a professional La Place La. was called as pastor. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT undersigned JAMES O. BEASLEY SR.
have built Hoover Qam to depict dad for sharing the goats with the job. The church has met on the same property MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA and SUE M. BEASLEY, P.O. Box 191,
hydropower, the sun for solar power, class. On Tuesday, Mar. 12, Ebony for 40 years across from the JACKSONVILLE DIVISION Starke, Florida 32091, joint owner; doing
fossil fuel levels, depicting Post Office In Lawtey. Court No.89-728. Civ. J-14 business under the firm name of
Altar Society The church Is an independent: Bap- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA GOLDEN EAGLE ENTERPRISES P.O. Box

.-. tvf Attends MeetingOn tist church standing for and Plaintiff 191, Starke, Florida 32091, Intends to
preaching Baptist doctrine for 40 vs. register said fictitious name under the
Thursday, March 15, the Spr- years. The church believes the Bible SHARON D. COVINCTON aforesaid statute.
ing Meeting of the Caipmville to be our only rule of faith. and prac- D.fendant Dated this 16th day of March, A.D..

Deanery, DCCW, was held at the St. tice.The NOTICE OF SALE 1990, In Bradford County.
John the Evangelist Catholic Churchin Bible Conference will be held Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto 3/22 4tpd 4/12
Chiefland. for three days, beginning FrIday a Default Judgement entered on Control No. 405
During the business session, An- April 6, at 7 p.m. It will continue all March 12,' 1990 by the above entitled
PINEHURST toinette Coss. St. Edward's Altar day Saturday and end after the mor- Court In the above styled cause, the IN THE CIRCUIT'COURT. EIGHTH
OPe: Society President, gave a report of ning service on Sunday. Theme of undersigned' United States Marshal or JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
96A.55g VARIETY !.tatPI1I accomplishments and goals of the Baptist Distlnctlves has been chosen any of his duly authorized deputies will BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
SIl 9sl1l-6. organization during the past year. for the conference. There will be 14 sell!I the property situate In Bradford CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-616-CA

- - - p> Mrs. Coss also gave the nominating preachers coming in to preach fromas County Florida, described as: FNB PROPERTIES INC., a Florida
i NIj committee report. far away as Mississippi and West Commence at a Iron pipe located at Corporation, .
25 % OFF FABRIC I Following the meeting, Mass was Virginia. the SE corner of sold E 1/2 and run N Plaintiffvs.
concelebrated by Rev. Father I fe... *i..* **tei> kfMSstae MsVi*..*-*M.. 006'09" E, along the E'ly boundary .
j & WESTERN SHIRTS j James O'Neal, Deanery Moderator NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO thereof 27.74 feet to an Intersectionwith JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE L.

id and Re*. Father William Hochheim REGISTER on E'ly prolongatlonof the N'ly COOPER his wife; The Unknown Heirs
with ihit
_( !. )__ _, X St. Edward's Pastor. New officers FICTITIOUS NAME!
w. rr r. ? boundary of the ROW of Thomas Street; Devisees, Grantees, Assignees, Llenors,
were installed during the Mass. Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida thence S 89'35'16"W, along said E'ly prolongation Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants
Yes we have wool, silks, cotton poly & Luncheon was served In the social Statutes notlc It hereby given that the
FABRIC 16.96 feet to a concrete claiming by, through under or against
blend. Muslin for crafts, quilts & pillows hall followed by an auction of undersigned, Eugene A. Lateef, 1146 N. monument located at the Intersection of JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE L.

& Upholstery. We have all types of trims & donated items.Attending Clark Street doing Stark.business. Florida under 32091 the, sol firm. sold N'ly boundary with the W'ly boundary COOPER, who are not known to be deador
the meeting were owner of the of Old Road alive QUALITY GLASS 8
sewing notions. We also have new home sewing name of UNITED NETWORK PROMO. ROW Lawtey ; ; MIRROR.
parishioners from Jacksonville, thence N 0'10'31" E, along said Wly INC., a Florida corporation; J. WILLARD
machines;plus 3 & 4 spool sergers. We do finance Gainesville Chiefland Lake City TIONS.. Rt. 5 Box 7984.Intends US 301 North boundary. 278.58 feet to an Iron pipe for ALVAREZ and ONIE ALVAREZ, his wife;
Stark. Florida 33091 to I'9III.t.raold
andCross
the sewing machines. Hawthorne, Branford Live Oak fictitious name under the aforesaid POB. From POB thus described continueN and GRETA FAYE ALVAREZ;
City.Representing. statute. 01031" E, along sold Wly boundary Defendants.

Let us help with your craft needs. St. Edward's Parish Dated this 20th day of March. A.D., 79.29 feet to an Iron pipe; thence S NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
CRAFTS you were Sophie Kimutis, Betty Dazin- In Bradford 8953'37" W, 100.0 feet to a concrete : Casile L. Cooper and Th.
I We have a large selection of: Silk ski, Pauline, Oeschger Anne 1990 County.3/224tpd4/12 .monument; thence S 010'31"W, parallel Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees,.

flowers woodcut-outs, wreaths, petal porcelain, Gingras. Marie Thomas Elois Control No.. 41 S1 with said Wly boundary 79.80 feet to an Assignees, llenors. Creditors, Trustees

modge podge, paints & glue of all types, Jones, Antoinette Surrenc Gerri _______ i ."Vh,,'Iron pipe thence. N 8935'16" E, parallel or Other Claimants claiming byt- >
Phillips, Ruth Meng Georgia Matt .% OUl FOR BIOS T-t"' with old.WyJwundory: ,. 100. eel jo through-under'! : or against' CASSIEJtJUUaCOOPERwho
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Rhinestones & charms make your own earrings. and Dolores Meng.Classified. the POB / Is not known' fo IW dead KID

All types of craft books. Th. School 'Board of Bradford Countywill at public outcry to the highest and or alive; Residence Unknown but whose
sell by SEALED BID, several tractor., best bidder for cash at the hour of 12 Last Known Address I. 2939 N.E. llth '
Also, Come in and Browse with us while washing at our (Frelghtllners and Whites), dump truck o'clock Noon on April 24. 1990 at the Terrace, Gainesville, Florida 32609.

adjoining laundromat and pick last minute grocery von. dozer, grader, loader flatbed and front door of the Bradford County Courthouse YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
up your
misc. scrap metal. at Starke. Florida. foreclose a mortgage encumbering the
items such as: Bread, Milk, Ice & Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Etc. Ads Contact Jim Ward. at Vo-Tch Dated: March 15, 1990. following property In Bradford County
9646800. Ext. 118, to vl.w Items and RICHARD L. COX JR. Florida:
Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary Get Results receive a copy of the bid. United States Marshal Commence at the Northeast corner of
3/33 3tchg 3/29 Middle District of Florida the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
Control No.41 1; P.O. 1-03792 RALPH J. LEE of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29,
Assistant United States Township 6 South Range 22 East and run

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Attorney for Plaintiff the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence run ..
Buy A CaseOf 3/22 4tchg 4/12; West 50 feet; thence run South 100 feet;
lf t Control Number 402 thence run East 50 feet; thence'run
: Increase Profits SH I p Bond Paper North 100 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA ING, being the Northeast 1/" of the
WIT II' 10 I. SAYINQS. uo os ss THE EIGHTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of
,,,,, 2695 IN AND FOR Section 29 Township 6 South Range. 22
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA East, Bradford County Florida.
CASE NO.: 89.539-CA has been filed against you, JOHNIE S.
savE We'll Deliver To Your Store ASSOCIATES FINANCE INC., COOPER; The Unknown Heirs, Devisees,

ass I Plaintiff Grantees, Assignees, Llenors,
Business Creditors, Trustees or Other Claimants
vs.DAVID
SAYE R. TUTEN and VIRGINIA TUTEN claiming by, through under or against

SCORH": BRAND Scotch Cards 64 his wife; LEONARD' ODOM d/b/a JOHNIE S. COOPER who Is not known lobe
MAO< '-TAN by 3M MIIgIc ripe o LEONARD'S AUTO I TRUCK SERVICE; dead or alive; QUALITY GLASS 8 MIRROR -
-,---..-..--- BELINDA DAUGHERTY: G. GRAY FLYNN INC., a Florida corporation; J.
MwxM. .:Il.uw.;.,:,,:.it'rxy,4 D.M.D.. P.A., and NIKI COMARDELLE WILLARD ALVAREZ and ONIE ALVAREZ
t7 ,r ,w .. .. '' Defendants.
FERGUSON his wife and GRETA FAY ALVAREZ and
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awTa Thousand ,. r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to written defenses If any to It on Kent
65% r.p the Summary Final Judgement of Ridge < Crawford plaintiff's attorney
Foreclosure entered In this case, dated whose address 1st
Typewriter March 14. 1990. that I will sell to the 225 Water Street Suite 900; Jacksonville
COLOR COOEYOUR FILES GET TOP> OAIAUTV COPIES highest bidder for cash In the lobby of Florida 32202.
WITH THESE AVERT FiLE Repairs on > SAVE u.to WITH CASCADE XEHOORAPMC the Bradford County Courthouse In on or before April 18, 1990 and file
FOLDER LABEL / PAPER Starke, Florida commencing at 11:00 the original with the Clerk of this Court
OHM you 'IIM*.9O4MHWI I loo*__ OurMFl M. lr.. .r .,.....rw of .
the Nth 1990 Ih.falllng
day April either before service
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l described property as set forthIn or Immediately thereafter otherwise
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Copy ., w.rrrr. EXHIBIT A for the relief demanded In the
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-.. pn as ,, less, and In the SE 1/4 of hand and
W DI.... is.s more or lying my the seal of this
awrrw."r MULTI-COLORLABEL6.. per r www i ?a er. ,L? the NE! 1/4 of Section 10, Township 7 Court on the 16th day of March 1990.
... --" --,':'-.r o.r.ly. Free Delivery fw.Nrn 7e 1J, 1w tww wl< IMS i tsp 4Sirr South Range 21 East Bradford County. RAYNORMAN.

..,....-.. N4 en er Nr II n I. n. n. Florida; said parcel being more particularly Clerk of the Circuit Court
** tl"fi'f w M" described follows: Commence Carol
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Williams
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For calculating 149 at a concrete monument fount at Deputy Clerk
l-x.r, the NW corner of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 3224tchg412Control
minds. MOMV1UO100igMPilnlrt and run South 0'07'19" East, along the Number 404
sAVE >ltpl'"yCe>eu rtofOnnd ,
Wly boundary thereof 1249.06 feet for
TO -.MU/MO.%cnsngsAutMMHoCeiMsrK.
...... / The S /intec Itsm Count POB. From POB thus described continueS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
: --- 007'19"" East along sold Wly boundary REGISTER
[99 401DPCalculator. _? "' aid 1",. DOIHI.on SsnvHoramnrsroo 40.00 feet; thence North 8215'S2". FICTITIOUS NAME
."ar .. wtli ..ltnl**yj'l East 613.41 feet to the centerline of a 30. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida ', 1 j
foot road: thence North 1730'2S" West, Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the ,I
DURABLE AND ECONOMICAL 2* LB. KRAFT Sale along sold centerline 304.68 feet to an undersigned Robert E. laumt, Rt. 1, Box
CLASP Mw-KMud Sale Intersection: with the centerline of a 30 13th St. Starke
ENVELOPES KEEP CONTENT SAPIAND ftuomcM icolumn. 755 (N.E. ). Florida 32091,
SECURE: btv gram $149 foot road; thence North 89"*52'43" West sole owner, doing business under the

=---. ... U- .Mgh>P.* .. .
... ..
--.rrrw 1/4 of NE 1/4, distance of 290.28 feet;
-vfWy At MJM.VsMMs*. a 1 Box 755 Starke, FL 32091 Intends to,
., ,r tr .r 1 tuncKon mmwy:tout. thence South 7311'52" West 80.00 feet register said fictitious name under the
ow. ?
sTips to the POB. Reserving therefrom an aforesaid statute.
,: : 1 ..neve' I is Ttoo-Nn convenience easement for Ingress, egress and Dated this 21st day of March A.D.,

sir.. :, .:... rr sr a= ;, n' Casio 2 Dept Register plus.I utilities over the N'ly 15 feet and the E'ly 1990, In Bradford County.
P 15 feet thereof. Above described parcel 3/29 4tpd.119
ills MMM 5..._.1tV.Mussy... _Sisk being conveyed with a right of Ingress
'" ", Oil*$199 "---- ,and egress over the following described
MODEL FO-300 ..ACSIMILIC. .e..e/iawi Snsks parcel: Commence at a concrete monument NOTICE OF INTENTION!
e HoJMon fconjmlulon .Del,..........SPUN.caned.ntlotaarwnMton at the NW corner of the NE TO REGISTER
e / /R.cspna, OaSale$139 9 ... :, ::::.== : 1/4 of NE! 1/4 of sold Section 10 and run FICTITIOUS NAME
High Speed 1S Second Iransmisilon 'as ._M South 007'19"" East along the Wly boundary Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida
.Original Belov tnoctcastlng .r..e we/y, a.YNgrot.dHands.t thereof. 157.72 feet to the S'ly Statutes
Mes/elt, w"'l notice Is hereby given that the .
.4 Pogo Memory + .rae.y.sr-, D__' boundary of the ROW of CR 225 (formerly undersigned Raymond E. Griffin Jr.,
aba ..,,+..M JR S-225)); thence South 77"14'19"10.', 1'.0.10.362 (Hwy 225)) lawtey Florida
SUGGESTEDRETAIL s"y. S:.:rwcosNs along the S'ly boundary. 405.77 feet to 32656 sole owner doing business under
.@ the centerline of an existing road for
: 1995.00 ; the firm name of FLEETTECH P.O. Box
1 1 s; o.5.Ile! ..--. POB (said road being 60 feet In width 362 (Hwy 225)) lawtey. Fl' 32656 Intendsto
$7995 ntl.ameswy G., and lying 30 feet on each side of a register said fictitious name under the
centerllne' described as follows): From aforesaid statute. ,
"POB thus described run South 0-OT19" Dated this 21st day of March., A.D.,
Cast, parallel with the Wly boundary of 1990 In kradford County.
said NI 1/4 of NE 1/4. a distance of 3/29 4tpd 4/19
378.1 feet- thence South 13'15'41" Control No."16.



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March 2f. WHO T"I.: ":(.ll.\I'U Pane 9.\



I Wooden-Head Dummy O'Neal Reviews Zoning I



Visits Area Schools Procedures for County; I



by KT Buster Waff Writer Rahn -4. People have the ability to make by Buster Rohn quests for information requires an
decisions. Only you can make certain ICT Staff Writer
Phil interpretation of codes, regulationsor
Officer a dummy with a
head visited decisions, and some decisions Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal ordinances and only appropriatestaff
wooden area schools
Monday, Tuesday and you make can affect you for the ,L ) reviewed recently written zoning members shall give out specific
Wednesdaythis
balance of vnnr life. procedures for county commis- information and with
week, accompanied utmost cau-
by professional -5. Decisions'are choices, and sioners Wednesday, March 21, dur-
ventriloquist Ken Groves.
Tuesday morning,while entertaining choices must be based on three fac- ; ing its regular meeting, attended by tion.The general public may have ac-

6th graders in Bradford Middle tors: representatives from almost all real cess to all public records, in accor-
5a. Common Sense. Your estate in Starke.
School Officer Phil ability agencies dance with the following pro-
emphasized to make a decision must be based on The written procedures outline cedures: '
to the
chemical"I awareness know it all.\ I'm students, whether or not you can be hurt by zoning office policies and pinpoints The staff will assist the public in
saying, a smart
the decision.5b. of office
responsibilities
personnel, locating public records, but those
good looking minute dummy. Knowledge. You must know as well as provide directions for per. seeking information must sign "out
30-45
The in-
program was all the factors in order to make a sons seeking information concerning sheets, providing name, organization -
troduced students by Deputy"You Jim Gill, who sound decision, learned from ) r.' rezoning of changes in the Com business location, date and

told guys are impor- teachers and others who have your ,' prehensive Land Use Plan. time, and shall be restricted to
I older
tant, When am and greyer, best interest Basic information '
at heart.5c. concerning permitting reviewing the Information' at a
and retired will be to a rocking the chair,'you People pressure. Peer or zoning procedures may beE'ided designated desk area. Staff person-

guys said running nation. pressure is an extremely potent d by zoning personnel ver- nel will re-file, monitoring the the
Groves "Teachers are Im- force in the lives of young people, hand-outs, (fn person, by material for any missing portion of
portant people. Every student is 1m- but each youngster must learn to say ? through telephone conver- the records.
portant. Your teachers care about "no." r salons. Specific information must be Records In computers will be

you, and the officers (Chief Deputy Officer Phil said there are four (. handled by the appropriate resource available to the public, with a staff
Pat Henry and Deputy Gill) care ways to say "no." I'' .' staff person ", member operating the

about you Groves then led the Just say "no" and walk away; Persons seeking building permit Certificates of specific information

students, some 180 strong" in Just say "no" and give a reason will be provided with written detailed regarding land-use/zoning

reciting, "I am Important. for refusing. procedures and appropriateforms classification in written form are
Instructors in drug awareness programs say 'no"and change the sub- for gathering essential information available for a fee. The certificatewill

have found that kindergartners Ject prior' to getting. a permit contain the parcel number,sign
begin school with high self- Just say "'no" and come up with issued. ed by a staff member, and stampedwith
esteem, but the feeling tends to another idea.Officer f't The permitting secretary will be the appropriate seal.

decline, and some youngsters, Phil sang, "Sing a Song," the primary'person for reviewingthe Certificates concerning parcels
especially those with failing grades doing an incredible job for a dum- completed forms and application within a flood hazard area may be
lose a feeling of self-worth, and my. After being returned to his and only in his or her absence obtained in the same manner as
become easy prey for drug pushers. trunk, Officer Phil was heard to say will other personnel fill In. above.

Officer Phitaught students, five in a muffled voice "Let me out..." Anyone' seeking rezoning The building Inspector will be in

facts concerning drugs: variances or special exceptions willbe his office daily, 8-9:30: a.m., and
-1. Drugs are chemicals, and Ventriloquist Groves is sponsoredby given a handout.explaining procedures 4-4:30 p.m., and may be seen withoutan
chemicals have the ability to change the Bradford County Sheriff's Of- and fees associated with the appointment. Other times he

people. Alcohol is a chemical. fice, but there is no cost to either the request. may be seen by appointment only.
-2. Chemicals can be helpful. Sheriff's Department or to the tA' w' Anyone wishing to fill a complaintmay
Chemicals are used in curing school board. -When all documents have been do so in person In writing or by
disease and are beneficial in the completed and submitted to the zoning telephone. A staff member will take

hands of the right people Groves is employed by Creative ... ---1.- office, the director or his assis- the complaint, and possibly in-

Safety Products,Inc.,of Hackensak, VortriloqoM Ken Crave., right, .Mh Officer Phil. tant may complete)! a land-use vestigate it. He or she will report all
-3. All Chemicals can be harmfulif N.J., who funds the program change application and prepare appropriate findings to the zoning director only,
abused.The proper use depends on through the publication of charge within a few days following program for 4' years, covering 14 signs, advertisements and and shall not discuss the findings
the amount of chemical and the time workbooks containing advertisishg. the presentation, Groves said. states in NE USA. He puts on 430-450 notifications. with anyone else.

frame In which it is used. Workbooks are sent to classes at no Groves, has been presenting'the shows a yearElementary All complaint files shall be excluded -

I may prefer to make an from public access unless approved -
J appointment for assistance in filling by the county attorney.The .
Deputy Goes .I the forms. \ : zoning office is open 8 a.m. to

The zoning and building staff shall 5 p.m. each day, except weekendsand

To Schools to 1| provide general information to all holidays.The office may be clos-
I telephone callers. However,the.staff t ed during the noon hour if only one
must determine when telephone*! staff member is on duty.
I

Teach DrugAwareness ... --

Office to
County Zoning

I

by Buster Rahn Handle Brooker Permitsby

ICT Staff Writer J

What's a uniformed deputy doingin 1... e. JWI, ..aBu Buster Rahn violates building codes.The marshalcan
a fourth grade classroom? He is ti ti BCT Staff WriterBradford act on the complaint of any In-
holding the attention of students in a County and the City of dividual who believes the contrac
way all teachers would like to be Brooker signed an agreement this tor/builder to be in violation of

able to do.Deputy week, allowing the county zoning of- building codes.
Sheriff Jim Gill is teachinga fice to handle all building permits An addendum to the agreement

drug awareness program three within the Brooker city limits. provides the required procedures for

days a week in Lawtey Community Zoning Director Darrell.O'Neal obtaining a construction permit, or
School, Southside Elementary and met with the Brooker council 2-3 permit for moving a mobile home

Bradford Middle School. The,first, rr months ago to discuss building and; within the Brooker. city limits.
rlf ) A occupational permits, and' the 'r .t ..
semester of this school year>epux,0, [.:(tl9tw w wl i3 a m 37 y.v :s
'
possibiDry of iiaiHinaoecujJAtawiaT: .r.rn'J1t1!!PJroc'edUre-r.n'o.: ,r"t1 ri J :4
week .
Gill taught two days a A ln- :! .
Hampton and Brooker Elementary i s a permits In house. >'/ 1. Obtain 'an assigned parcel 1
Schools. Brooker's Ordinance 22 dateFeb. number from the county Property 1

Last Thursday The Telegraph II 25, 1975, provides the basis of Appraiser, who may require a deedor
with Deputy Gill in a the agreement, providing authority tax receipt to show ownership and
caught up fourth grade ., for the city to inspect aD new construction location. There Is no charge for
Southside Elementary Q
Sr renovations, electrical assigning the parcel number.
classroom, where 43-45 children officer ; service and siting of mobile homes 2. Obtain a land use compliance
were Intently listening to the within the city limits. certification from Brooker City Hall.
talk about drugs, and taking part in Ordinance 22 also provides for Requirements are the parcel

the discussion from time to time. "t: f""lr1! .1.-'" ..,._ \. "-- al building codes, incorporating and number and site plan, showing lot p
Deputy Gill had no problem get- subscribing to The Southern size and dimensions of the buildings
ting the attention of the students.He school students Urten avidly*Deputy Jb Gill tell then about drug aw_. Building Code, The National Electric and set-backs from the property

began by telling them about a wreckon Code, The Southern Standard lion
SR-100 the day before, but it was in The "Just Say No Club" was is reaching ten year olds with an im- Plumbing Code and The National 3. If not connected to municipal
is
obvious his report had been gainedin The second method snorting, started In BHS in September or Oc- pact that will be remembered. Fire Protection Association 54 and water and sewerage, a septic tank
prior sessions by their eagernessto which the person takes a straw and tober of this school year with 20 Unfortunately, this and similar 58 Gas Code. permit must be obtained from the
into his
share and impressionswith sucks the cocaine powder haven't the has been in effect Bradford County EnvironmentalHealth
thoughts members, and has built to 265 programs enjoyed same While Ordinance 22
him.Deputy. nasal passages, which also puts it members, last count, Gill said. success in high school students, Officer since 1975, it has not beem successfully Office, in Starke. Required, a
quickly into the blood stream. .. of the zoning certification If
Gill does not talk down to Membership In the club escalated Gill says. A drug program implemented. copy
the and his demeanor of Abuse Resistance The agreement with Bradford using an existing septic tank it will
youngsters The third method is the smoking following the visit of the "BlackHawk" "Drug the health of-
as a one on one conver- Education" (DARE) which began in. County for the county to require approval by
comes across "crack, in which dealers mix cocaine helicopters on the school provides fice. ..._....... or
.un
sation to each student. powder with baking soda and grounds earlier this year, The chop- California, has been found to be assume the issuance of building per
Fourth grade teacher Joy Rapp other ingredients and cook until it pers visit wasarranged in a most effective in lower grades, with mits and inspection of construction, moDile the home (move-on) office permit in

says Deputy Gill "very well organized forms a rock-like substance.When it cooperative effort between the decreasing success as students get etc., as required, paralleling county from Starke. Required Zoning/Building are zoning com-

bringing He Important is informationto patient, Is broken up, it becomes "crack." _. s i I lV oJ.dllr'' ; Gill said he learned about ordinances and inspections.-in reference to permitting pliance certification, the septic tank
children. very, very dealers have their own 'Deputy
Drug aid construction
plans approvedby
relate drug Sheriff's Department International Brooker Ordinance 22 speaks to permit,
helping children to slang, with a "nickel" being$5 and a the program through Rotary the Environmental Health Office
life. It is an Superintendent Jim Duncan. and discussed its implementation run-down buildings that do not meet
awareness to every day $10. A small piece of ,
and the children "dime"Jelng\ Deputy Gill says, "It takes no in local schools with the various codes, either because of and name of electrical service.
effective program, crack can be purchased for a"nlckle of a For mobile homes, the permit
him. great' talent but the concept Sheriff Etheridge and Superintendent lack of maintenance, or possibly
love GUI or dime. uniformed officer in the classroom is because of not being built to code, charge is based on size and year of
Tils' past Thursday, Deputy Officer Gill Is quite modest about the timing is good. Duncan. does not incor- manufacture. For any type con-
and but the agreement
of correct
Is
children the use The course Gill teaches a struc-
began tobacco by can telling lead young people into ,his part In the program, preferringthat Children in the lower grades are like tured curriculum, with little flex porate the inspection of existing struction, please submit construc-
floor elect
tion Including
,
times the use of tobacco little sponges, soaking up information ibility, although Gill works in some buildings. plans plan
drugs. Many ouieis. He emphasized the Director Darrell O'Neal trical, plumbing and walsections.
alcohol, from credit go lo if they can perceive program experiences from time to Zoning
itself to personal
lends using on to Sheriff Ken Etheridge'spart it will make a great Impact." time. Before moving to Santa Fe says in order for building inspector Also required, an energy audit using
there the young person may go the under evils of Mundorff to inspect existing 100 point system or compliance
t in getting program Aside from teaching the Gill workedas Wayne
cocaine and beyond.In Lake about 10 ago,
then years
use pot, in working buildings, and issue citations, package.The .
teach
and his cooperation of his mission is to
talking about tobacco, Deputy with school officials and other drugs children, part that police are their a volunteer in the JacksonvilleSheriff's Brooker would have to have a con- building permit charge is based
Gill said each cigar contains enough In combatting drugs in the office, presenting the demnation ordinance,which neither on the size of structure and typeof
nicotine to kill a person if pressedout groups community. friends.In DARE program. Brooker nor the county presentlyhave. construction.

of the cigar and drank. complimented for Work must begin within 180 daysof
Cocaine can be injested in threeways Among others the sheriffs office Is a book, Deputy Gill says, "Education Is The agreement provides for in- permit date. Before final approvalof
work in drug awareness programs
Gill said, and some of the their Adele Mitchell, who prepared by Brooker Fourth grade the only final answer (to drugs),andif spections of completed construction electrical service, the prorated
three methods, were students and laminated by the we leave it to law enforcement,we solid waste
children named the heads the Families Against within 48 hours, unless the inspectoris portion of the special
having remembered from former up High School school In which individual students will lose the war. on annual,sick,administrative or assessment must be paid.
(FAD)program; said it isn't because law
Drugs Gill
en-
classes. Williams prepared pages depicting the resultsof military leave, in which case the 5. For new electrical service, or
Cocaine can be injected into the Teacher"Just Clarence No Club/'In sponsor BHS; drug usage. While the artwork forcement isn't doing a good job, but work has to await his return. The transfer of electrical service, an ap-
veins, thereby going Immediately to for the Ellis chairman Say of the "March may tack professionalism, each, In order to win the war, every facetof county does not have a back-up plication shall be made with the
minute Cecil its across' our society must do its part. including office of electrical
the brain and producing a 15 Drugs" during the Starke page got message building inspector.The business your
against schools and churches.
high,before the person 'crashes and Fun Festival, Saturday, March 17. beautlfully.Obvipufllyabo.programAc .? building inspector is empowered company.
Handouts
6. general
burns. :M to Issue a' atop order" for explaining
Students From Riding in Trucks'pickup Infraction of rules or regulations, construction, mobile home and elec-
Teachers Miffed Over Law Prohibiting but the city marshal can also Issue a trical the standards Bradford may be obtained Zon-
from County
he finds a
-0 order In event
truck. One of our student performance run and other buses not reliable for that the safety of the passenger compartment situation"stop that is dangerous or ing/Building Office in Starke.
law transporting Is not the -
truck
State prohibits standards states that we out of county service, were of the question
students in pickup trucks. should train our students in the use substituted in its place. the teachers say.
Lawnmover
Agriculture Instructors at the of 'q breeding animals or show Brooker Council Buys
Vocational- of all related equipment,"say the In "If we want to visit one our ,
Area in I
Bradford-Union animals being transported a
Inspect his are
home
students at or
Technical Center are petitioning structors."We need to teach students to livestock right after school,we cannot -' truck and/or trailer, a second vehi- Approves Mph Sign Installation
the definitionof
legislators to change and trailer for drive him home with us. We cle, and second Instructor/driver, '
school buses so as not to excludethe drive,back up park a follow to transport the the request of Clerk
the must
of example." said Walt Westcott, must follow the bus or meet The Brooker council handled a Approved\
her to refuse
passenger compartment agriculture instructor along with students when they get home rather students. number of routine items in its Thomas to allow
pickup trucks for transporting David Smith and Greg Alvarez. "We than riding them home In our Ag Instructors are now using personal regular meeting, Tuesday. March checks from a water customer who
trucks and checks returned "In-
vehicles cars had three
students. advisors state in a letter has
from doing that the truck the ag t3 not otherwise reported:
,
of are prevented
within few
the dangers school the
"We recognize trailers, for use. Money sufficient funds" past
for to legislators. the of a new
the law Is interpreted us. .Approved purchase
riding in the back of a truck way .from recent sale of timber on theag months. The council said the
anyone truck exceeds a
be Following the law Is sometimes "The safety of a greatly 33 inch cut, 12-HP Snapper riding
students cash.
that used in
and only request of of our farm could be to purchase customer must pay only
well inconvenient. the safety many lawn mower for $1,280, using the
as as
permitted in the passenger compart- expensive minibuses school truck, but if students cannot -Approved the installation of 20
Most of our The
lieu of
in bidding.
66 bus was us- pleasure cars. state contract
Recently a
ment," they say. of equipment ed to transport passenger five students. The and school buses are constructed -' ride In the cab,it may not be the best state makes Its contract available to MPH signs on residential streets Melvin as

"The used most in common agriculture type Is the. bus was removed from its regular on truck chassis proving choice., clUes and counties for purchasing the a pushed compromise.for a 15 Councilman mph speed limit in
Items precluding
capital outlay ,

Starke Electrics Wins Receives Third: Perfect Safety Recordby need Was for told going by out Clerk on bids.Thomas that usually residential limit drive areas 10 signs.,mph saying above Councilman that people posted

speed
'' Christmas-decorations, have electric generating, power three bids were received for Installing said 15 mph Is too slow, and
in the' down' Bryant
Bustor Rohn hours, Is the largest system ", stand pipes at the ends of three
for a perfectsafety plants. should provide for 25 mphon
record awardin eliminating any chance the signs
aCTst.H W.M.rBill state to win a perfect Mike JackowsU. assistant director ? dead-end water lines, to allow for
The two other Florida winners record.Awards bid for $2.100 for residential streets.'
Weldon city operations 1989. for Technical services will drainage. One was for
Took no action on request
utilities director were Havana Power and LightCo. March pro complete job,while the other two
and the
manager less than are made each year by sent the awards Tuesday. more hours at $12 per hour by Clerk
to city commissioners that ., Havana, with 25,000 American California during the were for $550 and $500 respectively,
reported hours and the City of Washington, D.C. based in.Anaheim, Thomas, who is paid $500 a month
the City of Starke Electrical Systemhas exposure ,less Public Power AssocIation, a nationally 1990 Engineering and Operations for each stand pipe. were for keeping city hall open 9 hours a
received Its third perfect record Clewiiton with than. 50,000 ex- recognized association of Workshop. The council decided the bids week and said she cannot keep up
for safety In the past four years,one posure hours. municipalities onlng and operating ''.Veldon said Starke will not be tohigh,and will contact a local per-. with the bookkeeping chorea in UM
of only three awards made in the Weldon said award the city last would, but have a electrical distribution power represented at the workshop, and son to do the Job as a temporary city alloted time.r .

state. received an while year taking systems, the majority of which also the award will be mailed to the city. employee.
Starke with 60,988 exposure worker was injuied








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PaceIA TKI.KGHAPII: March 29,1990


Bradford-Union Retired Teachers PTA Meeting... Whitehead Farm...
Building xSlew
I The Southside
Worth Elementary _
State Attorney Len Register will
Hold Meeting March 15 Parent Teachers Association spring open his campaign for election to a :':"c
meeting is scheduled Tuesday, inCounty ': '
full
term at a "John Whitehead : :;
On April 3, at 7 p.m., in the cafeteria.A Farm" .
Thursday March 15 Mrs. party, Saturday, April 7, at '
Mr. Bill McGill retired educator Noting musical .
Maureen Paul president 01 Bradford program, "Growing S p.m., with country music and :-
spoke of the work Great" will
done Up be
Retired being by presented by
Union Teachers, good eating. Everyone invited. Con-
many men's organizations. He commended .. third grade students, following the
welcomed guests and members In- tact Scott Roberts, Ph. 964-7826 or
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, the variousgroupll for their business meeting. 8814.
volunteer work which results in Step-ParentIng... Darrell O'Neal whost office
who have been physically unable to benefits for Issues building permits reported to
many.
attend for many years. A study In "step-parenting" is the Bradford County Zoning Board

Principal Jesse Moore of Mrs. Adelle Mitchell, director of scheduled Monday, April 2, 7-9 Rummage Sale... Barrell) Frolic... Tuesday Feb. 27, that construction
Southside Elementary School recalled p.m., In the Starke Elementary behind
lags last in the numberof
Family Against Drugs, gave a brief United Methodist Women will A Bradford Barrell year
memories as he paid tribute to his School Cafeteria. Melba Johnson Frolic Is plan- permits issued and estimated
long time friend and educator, the summary of special activities car- Guidance Counselor. See article in hold an Inside rummage sale Fri- ned Saturday, April 7, at the Fair costs of construction.The .
late C.C. Anderson. "Professor" ried on in the schools throughout the B-Section: of The Telegraph. day and Saturday, April 6-7 in the Grounds. following permits were issued
Anderson demanded obedience and year. She told of future plans. Most Fellowship Hall, across from the Chicken dinners served at noon. in February:
respect. He insisted on regular at- money comes from donations. Civic Medicine Show... Library. A wide variety of items Everyone welcome. For more in- Mobile Homes: 16 permits,
clubs and businesses are boosters as will be offered. formation, call Ph. 964-7871. _
tendance work and $213,600
completed well as the Bradford County An old time Medicine Show is
cooperative parents. Since he had a scheduled Residences: 4 permits $225,400 -7:
Sheriff's
Department and Starke Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30 .
deep concern for good education he Police Department.The p.m., in the BHS Auditorium, with Additions: 1 permit, $7.560.
provided a good educational pro- proceeds going to the Police Ex- Upgrade, reroof: 6 permits,
gram with varied experiences. After plorer's Post 57. Gospel Sing... $4.000 ...
serving 25 as teacher and prin- regular business session was Downtown Jubilee... -Billboards: permit, Shoo
years conducted President Tommy Scott's "last real The Lamp of Jesus Church Other 13
by Paul. She on : permits, $79,390
cipal at Lawtey, he became prin- that medicine show" features recording Road, will host its Anyone to
reported the recently appointed Forsythe mon- wishing display craftsor Forty one permits were issued for
active in
cipal at R.J.E. He was telephone committee consists of and TV stars, clowns, blue grass thly Ole Time Gospel Sing," 7-9 art in the Starke Downtown total estimated construction cost of
community affairs and politics. Mrs. Bethna Estes, Mrs. Zephorah music and novelty acts. p.m., Saturday, April 7. Featured Jubilee, Saturday May 12, contact $530,550, well below last year's
Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas, Com- Barber and Mrs. Eunice Kelly. She Donations $5. Free tickets guests will be the Nasworth and the Chamber of Commerce for an average of $1 million per month. .
munity Participation Chairman, gave a brief report on the District III available In participating stores. Buck families. Bring a lawn chair application Ph. 964-5278. Ya'll The county charged$2,297 for issu-
the devotional based the
gave on i IV Leadership Workshop In Ocalaon See article in B-section. and enjoy. come. ing permits during the month.
scripture Matthew 26:35-40.: : To be
March 8, which was attended by
happy we must love abundantly and
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Paul, Mr. and(
keep busy. Happiness multiplies as
Mrs. Russell Norman, Mr. and Mrs.
we divide and share. It's not how
much time you spend, but how you Warney Atkinson, Mrs. Millie
Harden, Mrs. Eunice
spend your time. Searing, and
Mrs.
Mrs. Douglas introduced Mrs. Lucile Johns.

Joan Shaw, a two-time cancer pa- Mrs. Blanche Brown announced I
tient, who told of her experiencesand that an interesting program is being I
her volunteer work with the planned by the Cultural Affairs II I
American Cancer Society in the Committee for the May meeting. Ii II
Reach to Recovery Program. Since Following the meeting in the i
the key to fighting cancer Is to know private dining room of the Bradford
your body, she urged both men and Family Restaurant luncheon was I
women to do self-examinations served at noon. !
.reeularlv.


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Clarance Kenneth and Lamar Naomi DeSue DeSue son of of Mappy34tk ) Weekend Movie S ecial'' i

Starke, has enrolled in the
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==!i 1"Ift- : r. Hersey hurled a two-hitter and ihwnf.M" s I.t.l ..._.... it *
had (_Ic..A t 0 1 ....dtl 11
': < good control as the Bradford \tl.bin..nd 1. adur,sb ass
; High varsity baseball team won Its Mhh.li.dh t DMM.IVM.C r 5 5ayes.
second game this season In the consolation ... I 0 ItiwnpiM.B/ 11
I'holflol',< EJ19Uby: "11.)I
rr- bracket of the Santa Fe l' Ou! 'I" ,r. 1 ,' >' HIS
High Baseball Tournament .
BHS lost three games In the past '
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Buchhol 13i4'BhlS 3
week, getting edged 3-2 by North
h tii : Marion and 13-3 by Gainesville Buchhol tit'High'of Gainesville teed

":- Buchholz in the S.Fe tournament. off on Bradford pitching for 8 hits

BHS also was shut out 10-0 by For- and 13: in,Game 1 of the consolation -

rest High of Ocala as regular season : bi.runs t frtthe* .S.Fe 1' High tourna t
play resumed Tuesday, March 27, ment. { 5'
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Basically,however, BHS Is not hit- The thrfee' fig runs came on home ,r-
't' ting enough to win. runs' by;Terry" Berry. and Donnie
BHS shut out Class 2A Dixie County Francis I and1 on Andy Goodowns
: High 130. Pitcher Hersey walked RBI-single of! Francis who had singled -
nobody and struck out five in the five to.lea Jojff the fifth.. ::011t
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4 inning game.A Bucliholz used hits walks and errors
7 run first Inning put BHS ahead to score 2'runs In the first, 4 in

to stay. The explosion came on six the second, and 7 in the fourthndlord F
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walks, a stolen base by Terry Berry, .udohol.-
Y two errors and BHS hits by At *H' Asa H w 7 ": sK l
Terry _. y
S..rysS I I O. Ib I IUfi
Berry, Andy Goodowns, and Donnie .r.-... ... 1. 1 _",.......of S S 1
I Francis. BHS added two more runs Md4.d.i" 'j I-6 b.. ... 4 5 s
A in the second when Bo Hersey singled *,H 1. 0 M.trt'..a SOS Hersey Hurls...
and Donnie Francis ...!<,. ..,r'"Ji.:' "11(MAW,)"'" > i eunlaHIJ
walked fl I I:.*S.Of.wn... II Pitcher Bo Hersey scored two runs
behind, and both scored on an error .,.>b 101 ......1.Mi IIIIrktalTrt and got one of six BHS hits Tuesday
and a passed ball. Three more BHS of 0 ,,,,,*,,.., 1 afternoon
against O.Forest. But
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scored in the
runs fourth
on a hit by .. Hersey 11 hits.
ah.HI.ld.d l "I .. 'V rr'| gave up
Travis Long, two walks, and a two- a mil 116 *
C run hit by pitcher Herse)'. The 13th 'u-V>
-- run came in the fifth when catcher O.Forest 10 BUS 2
The 1990 Bradford ',,, i
High Tennis Team.
.. James McNeal singled and scoredon play
Resuming regular season
Members of the 1990 tennis team at Bradford Highare two..errors........ DI.I.C.. Tuesday, March 27, the Bradford
(I-r): McKinney Chiara Farnlgllettl, Jim Grover, Mark A'.H A..H High varsity nine lost 10-2 to Ocala
Kneeling: Sampson Fuller, Chad Welch, Mark Shuford Coach Jerry McGrlff. '........I I I IT. .......'.Ib 100rrWg.il Forest on the BHS diamond.
Parado, Shannon Hicks. Not present for photo: Krlsty Harrison, Emily ..ny... 41 1 .u > 0 0 Bo Hersey gave up 11 hits as the
Standing: Jason Welty. Amy Grlffls, Robbie Sapp, Nugent Terri Crawford, Raymond Trimble, Chris McNMl*.K, I 11 11Un I 1 .Dol..,......rd.cf.p 101n 100Ml. Gainesville nine teed off on his fast

Mayra Cruz Doug Snyder, Sophie anion, Michael Whalen, Blaine McChesney. O..d.wm. Ik I' 1 .. Ib 100 ball. Hersey gave up a two run home
.......ft 110 Mill..3k 101Kobliwm I.- y run, a two run triple among the 11
.dh 100 C.IU..1f 110AU

I Boy Netters Defeat Fernandina Palatka H.....y r.Ik.f 1 III I I J Story.Story..c rf 0 100 0 0sh.HI.ld.dh Buchholz.. hits.Al IH 0._AI.M

110 ranch.Ik: 111 .....,.cf all
117 1101
Dyol.dh 10 D.Ny.2b Ill
"A good win," said Coach Jerry and 7-0: in district play, lead the Jason Welty, a freshman and playIng N. Marion 3 BUS 2 U*,.If 111 J. kln..rl all
McGriff of the 6-1 boys tennis win district. the number two position, lost a Mc_.. IHOrlM..* 41OwdmM
N. Marion scored three in the MhMM all
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over Palatka High on the Bradford Mayra Cruz lost 8-3, Sophie Fan- close match to Scott Owens, NHS, Tirst runs \ terry.. Ill __..dh 11
High courts Tuesday afternoon ton 8-0 inning In Game 3 in the S.Fe ...... .
Amy Griffis 8-2, Kristy Harrison 9-8,9-7. .a 111 M or *k 411
March 26.Bradford. 8-4, Emily Nugent 82. In Sampson Fuller, BHS, won an ex- High tournament and held on to win NIcho...... II .Idol....Ik 11
32. -..,.p 8. 1 Ivc-..p 411K
netters won all but one doubles Cruz/Harrison lost 8-2. hibition match over Dylon Conner, An error and double scored a 10 II
close match, Coach McGriff pointsout. Fanton/Terrl Crawford lost 8-0. NHS, 8-0. Conner, a freshman the and two a one
run a run single the other
With a 5-2 win March 22 over son of Douglas Conner of Bradford
two Marlon
Fernandina Beach the boys went to BIIS 5 Fernandina 2 County and the grandson of Ms. BHS got one runs.run back in the firstsInning }yf 1 Upcoming...

8-2 on the season and 4-1 in district The boys tennis team won 5-2 over Lucille Spry of Starke. when Donnie Francis walked' BHS finishes a 3-game home stand
Nassau High of Fernandina Beach No. 1 Mayra Cruz of BHS won 8-5 this week.
play. and scored on a sacrifice fly by cat-
Nol seed Mark Shuford, BHS when three players came from over Fernandina's Lashai Freemanfor cher James McNeal. The other BHS The BHS nine is set to host
won 8-5 over Jack Giddens, PHS. behind to score close wins in a home the only win as the BHS girls lost run came when Andy Goodowns was Gainesville High at 4 p.m. today

No.2 seed Jason Welty, BHS,won 8-6 match last Thursday, March 22. 61.No. admitted on an error, advanced on a (Thursday, March 29). The twoteams
over Lance Aired, PHS. No.3 seed No.1 seed Mark Shuford, BHS, 2 seed Sophie Fanton lost 8-0, hit by Terry Berry and scored on an w h j1D .. are tied in their first game
Chad Welch, BHS, lost 9-7 to Ben won easily 8-0 over Jeremy Wood, No. 3 Amy Griffis\ lost 8-3, No.4 Kris RBI single by James Robinson. N! called because of darkness. The tie
Wilkinson, PHS. No.4 seed Michael NHS. The close wins were by No.3 ty Harrison lost 8-6, and Terri Goodowns singled and advancedin ), A .. Lr.s Is supposed to be played off today.

McKinney, BHS, won 8-5 over Jack Chad Welch, BHS, 9-7, over Greg Crawford lost 9-7. In doubles the sixth inning on a Darren Next Tuesday April 3, BHS hosts
Gary, PHS. No.5 seed Sampson Brewer, NHS'; NO. 5 Michael Cruz/Harrison lost 8-4 and Fan- Eunice but was left on thin base. Ocala Vanguard for a 4 p.m. game.

Fuller, BHS, won 8-4 over Gary McKinney, BHS, 8-5, over Francis ton/Crawford lost 8-1. Kelly Dyal, returning from a pull- OV won the first game 7-2.

Register. Raymond Trimble, BHS Gibbs, NHS, and No.5 Shannon ed ligament, held Marion to five .The baseball season is winding
won 6-2 over Gene Register in an ex- Hicks, BHS, 8-5, over David Sturges, Upcoming... hits, 4 walks, and struck out 5. down. Only three rear season
hbition match. NHS. Friday, March 30, BHS goes to _.... DI.I.C.. games remain 3. BHS
In doubles The BHS doubles team of Mark St.Augustine for a 4 p.m. match. Al .H Al 5H A Dyal Swing.... goes to Buchholz April 6, and hosts
Shuford/McKinney, Shuford and Michael McKinney won Tuesday, April 3, BHS goes to ........Ib 111 II.....3b 111 Eastslde April 17 and Buchholz April
BHS won 8-2 Giddens/Alred ... ln
over misses
N 400 MI.kono..1f 101 fend
Kelley Dyal swings
and 8-5 over Jeremy Wood and Greg Suwannee High in Live Oak for a McNml 100 .U 8' 1Ooodow. '' 19. The District Tournament is set
Welty/Welch BHS 8-0 s Morowi
Wklkinson and Charles, won Creech.over Brewer of Fernandina. 3:30: p.m. match. ...Ik 111 ,.........ri 100 the 10-2 loss to Ocala Forest. April 24-27.
Fernandina's Scott Owens and Fran- Next Thursday, April '5, BHS is
The BHS girls were shut out 7-0 by cis Gibbs won 8-1 over the BHS duo home against Keystone Heights at I
Palatka. The Panthers, 9-1 overall of Jason Welty and Chad Ward. 3:30pm.




I Weightlifters Beat .Middleburg aw a iiu+ u -r- Irs

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The Tornado Weightlifting team 140 ....h iewl. Ird 10* IW" IHIM
WT. Hmm PkKoMnch Cl.on Told J..O..d.n III II* 4JOIII
scored another victory Wednesday, 114 ......
e..whd
Irl In IU 140in J..W!No...., Ind IM 120 470
March 21, at the Tornado gym as John Dnnpuy. lit I0f 171 MO in .rIc_... 100 17* 17MO >
they edged by the Middleburg Bron 141 John O. WIIII_. 1H IM M* 4WIM KolriiUndty Ind 10. M* 140
AIJoriM Id IN IM MOIII 120 Cnmford 'lit IM 440H
chos by a score of 43-37. Phillip
TrcrtwIJoKM IK 1H IM MO .. .
t D.VI4 [Hp l. IM 10 170
Tornado Al Jones bettered his IM Gwdo _.. IM IM Ml MO
previous school record bench press Hurt Derrick Lena Lt1 341 140 Upcoming...

and total pounds lifted in the 165 One dual match remains on the

pound class. The school record now Tornado schedule, a home match
Is 320 pounds bench, 260 clean, total Other lifters placing in the meet and with Keystone April 4. State cham-
580, all owned by Jones. scoring points for the team win pionship matches for Class AAA will

Other lifters posting their personalbest were: be at Tallahassee Godby Saturday,

records to date, and taking first 114 Mk..... ...11 Ind 101 110 IM April 21, matches starting at 1 p.m.
place at the meet are: IU JuMtr KMidrlck .... 141 IM 17.


I Golfers Win Over Clay High By 12 StrokesTornado ) I


In the tri-match Tuesday; David ,".' ,. ,lu
golfers went 178-190 over Upcoming... I"
Elder led BHS with an even 36. Jones, DeSue Running the 100... I I "1 ', i
Clay last
High Thursday, March 22, par Today (Thursday, March 29) BHS .
on the Starke Golf and Country Club Link Bishop shot two-over-par 38. goes to St.Augustine.Next Trammel Jones, left, finished second in 11.31 and the 100 meter'dash In the 4-way meet with Palatka, I
course. Ron Zurfluh shot a 44, and Evan Monday 2, BHS is Clyde DeSue third from left, finished third In 11.37 In Baker, and Galneivllle High here Tuesday afternoon.
April
Douglas shot 61. Holton of Baker won the event In 10.81 seconds. I
Tuesday, March:26, BHS was third home against Gainesville High "
in a tri-match with Palatka and Against Clay High, David Elder School on the Starke Golf and Coun-

Suwannee High. Palatka won with a shot a three-under-par 33. Link try Club course at 3:30p.m.
167, Suwannee shot 175, and BHS 179. Bishop shot 44, Ron Zurfluh 47, and Tuesday, April 3, BHS plays at BHS Elem. Posts II
BHS is now 4-6 for the season. Jimmy Parado had a 54. Clay High at Magnolia Point. Hampton Top Open


Shifts of administrators in the ministrator applies' for and gets .John A. Reddish, assistant principal -
BHS GirlsImprove Bradford school system plus two either open principalship,that would at BHS.
retirements have left open the prin- mean further transfers, Supt. Jim David Tew, dean of students at

cipalships at Bradford High School Duncan points out. BMS.Mary
and Hampton Elementary.The Veteran Bradford 'educators Agnes Fern, assistant
two open positions will be Charles Francis, current i principalat principal at .
advertised for 10 days from the, BHS, and Lennard Register, the Jerry Petrella, dean of studentsof
March 26 board meeting. Only writ- operation director for the past 15 Bradford High School.
But Lose ten interests for the BHS : prin- years, are retiring effective June 29. Jim Ward, county vocational

cipalship are from Paula Steele, Monday, night, March 26, the director.
-- assistant principal at BHS,and from school board approved the following Myrna Lou Hurse, director of in-
The Bradford High girls played the principal of Wildwood High administrative appointments made structional support. .
better this past week, says Coach School. Word has it that a couple of by Supt. Jim Duncan for 1990-91: Dr. Steve Miller, director of data
Sue Trieste, but lost 10-9 last Thursday other young Bradford ad- Wayne McLeod, assistant collection.
March 22 in Ocala to Dolores Morgan director of food .
VanguardHiglr ministrators are also interested. superintendent for support services ,
and lost 29-22 Tuesday, March If any current Bradford ad- a new position created by the school service.
26, to North Marion High In a road board last month. McLeod was .Burney Winkler, director of cur-

game.In director of personnel; position that riculum.
the OV game Kendra Butler has been absorbed into the assistant Eugenia Whitehead, director of
was 3-for-4 with two home runs and a superintendency. student services.
double, Latara Jackson was for-4 Michael "'Reddts)',- director of Rebecca Reddish, evening coor-
with a triple, Stephanie Gainey was >r 1T operations.. "Reddish, taking over dinator of adult and community

i 2-for-3 Dede McNeal was 2-for-4, from. the retiring Lennard Register, education.
r and Kim Teal was l-for-3, a triple. will handle transportation, operations Denlse Adams, director of excep-
Shere Brown was l-for-4. -, and"'the computerized tional education.

"It was a wild game," said Coach warehousing'. .operation he has setup James Lewis, coordinator of
Trieste of the N. Marion game Tues- r c .. Vocational! programs.

day. BHS was never ahead but was Other' 'administrative appointments

r .within reach.At :
: 4 'Hartley, coordinator of Smith Scholarship
human resources, a new county of-
NM Kendra Butler went 3-for-5 l
at the plate with a home run and dow r 1k fice administrative position createdby Now Available
the school board last month at the
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ble. Dede McNeal Latara Jackson
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are available
request of the superintendent. Applications n for
and
Felicia Aaron 4-for-5.
were ,
I students who wish to apply for the
has been
Hartley :assistant principalat
Shere Brown and Rita Stephaniewere *
Smith
Starke EJemellta1' '. Scholarship. ;
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2-for-5. Stephanie Gainey,
"" of In 1984 a donation was made by the
Buddy Pat 1lon,' principal
Rachael and Kim Teal each
Tyson of Foster Shi and
family Mary Ann
Lawtey Community School.
and one hit. Teal hit was a home L
run Smith for the establishment
Bill McRde at BrookerElementaNy. of a,
with the bases loaded.Upcoming. a :principal
".. scholarship fund.
I 1; .- Recipients wl'1'
Mary AM:Kyle, assistant principal receive $500 per year to cover tuition.
A 4
"at Bradford' Middle School, a' and textbook expenses. Applicantsmust
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transfer' the HE have completed an
from
principalship.
i iTyrone -
'" BHS plays Ocala Vanguard today .Dewey'McKinney, principal of undergraduate' program and be
i ( March 29) on the .
Thursday, % I Starke Elementary, ready to enter an upper level program
Westpark Park here at 4:30 p.m. -Jesse' Moore 'principal of In the fall of 1990. The Smith

Monday, April 2, BHS goes to Clean 11. Southsitte: Elements .' Scholarship is designed for students
-'.- Joel ...
.. .J, ......,"7-.... .:....f .".". .. -. :_. .Buchholz High* in Gainesville. Tornado pole vaulter Joel' .JotnrMatzelUI.Middle School.principal of Bradford -. .in their or university.Junior or senior year. at' a college -

BUS ls home against Keystone Jacobsen cleared 11 feet for the first: Paula Steele, assistant principal To obtain an application form,
Sanders Runs the Hurdles... High next Tuesday, April 3, at 4:30: time Tuesday afternoon. Coach ;' ofBHS.lUclrEizen. .. contact Eugenia Whitehead,' director
Tyrone Sanders finished fourth In the 120: -yard high hurdle and fifth In pm. George Loper hat promised the pole ,assistant principal of of student services, Bradford
tile :i30 yard Intermediate, Hurdles In the 4-way meet Tuesday afternoon Thursday, April 5, BHS plays vaulter a new H50 pole U the cleared SUrlce Elementary, a transfer from County School Board, 582 N. Temple

with GIIS. Palatka, and Baker Eastalde High at home at 4:30 p.m. 11 feet. 1"';"':. assistant principal at BMS. Ave., Stark*(964-6800). I






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At RelaysThe

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were 10th with 13 points and the BHS

boys were seventh with 29 points Fri- 1L'IUOR5

day, March 23, In the Wolfpack
Relays at Wolfson High School In
Jacksonville. '

There were 18 schools at Wolfson
High in the competition. :

Tuesday, March 27, the BHS girls ,
were third in the four-way meet and

the boys were second. Gainesville DAt. 1 1

High won the girls meet with 90 ll'l llk.B lllllllltl. llllllllllHlllll llllllB t /

points; 2)) Palatka 86, 3) Bradford, SALE WATCH FOR OUR LARGE AD EACH WEDNESDAY ',, j
and 4)) Baker 12. Palatka won the

boys meet with 96V4! points. BHS was

second with 73 points; 3) Baker 80, 4))

Gainesville 335.Upcoming. .


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Some BHS girls set school records CS.OF 12.$142.50 es. OF 6 $77.94 Sebastian! SST ML 4.99 CS. OF 6 $70.95 es. OF 12. $101.88 :
at the Wolfson Relays. BHS participants I N,,

l_. lunpi'were Monltii' .: WIllIe_ ,...... IrMt-t HiHllII0" .. fLE1SCHlt\NNS+ OMEGA I Sebastian! / M 5.99 Y= :- uctr wf SeR'S

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The boys scored 29 points at ; Mun 4.69
Bella ML
Wolfson. BHS participants were: 9'' ., AFmI 849 rSMSK"ABC FREE 110011UTT10005Ml WRN/IINLIMq CS.OF6.580.94CS.
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4-Way Meet... I ---j//td't W
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Renee Aurilla Daugherty Williams won the the half co:rD AUBN.RUT ML dJMl TOM SIMS
mile won high
and Williams Clan 'DEWARS DD lIU1' 6 VR.86KENTUCKY
jump, Monique won : :
the discus in the 4-way meet Tues- GregorWhite Label: &ene BOURBON

day. The results were:

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MI. 0P'.3)) w.d.. PHI.art",4)) Aa.IS._ CORDON-NEGRO 599
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715,5)) H.lld.y.
Sebastian! 9.99
|ump. 1).Autlll. WlWwm, iHt. ...,r. I) es. OF 6 e$83.94 CS. OF 12 .$147.50 IRUT ilL
Prld._, ...'. 4".'. ') Walk., M.. 4''. ') M nk,
0141.4'S",IIMcOOT) '.1..4'5'. Gloria Ferrer IIIUT M 11.99
Lone "Kimfi 1) Will... fml. l/.r,1)) _.. ..... PASSPORT BACARDI MYERS'S
14'1'".11) _... Wllllomo. 1M. ,(It'/t*. 4)) Ifcnl JB Perrier louet bM64.99
toll. 545$. 141"*".') O. 10... MI'/I"' ) AMBER OR SILVER
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II'ID*'. 1)) Men,... WIIH._. IM. IVIO'A'. 4) SCOTCH Gold Seal! )15. .NNR 4.99 RUM
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100 iMMn .h 1)Walks P.I. II 5))Kiln
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.."Und. ....., 13.11 ()MlddM/.n. OH>. 11 17. $. ) 139.95 es. OF 6 $89.94 \1"; 'CS. OF 6.$89.94 CS. OF 12-$114.95
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tint Brandy ML )99 49 49
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Boys 4-Way
Tia Maria SI? 12.99
Sophomore Larry Green won the o ( ,)(
mile and two mile runs in the "4-way I 99 1
meet here Tuesday with GUS "H Glenfiddidi SCOTCH ML 18.99 N

Palatka and Baker High. The 750 ML
.. :, 750 ML 7lITCASE 2
results are } : Irish Mist 2? 16.99
CS. OF 12 $155.88 'wla
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