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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 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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Another cold front pushed through Florida early this week bringing Ugall. . .B..A
V of rain to most of the area Monday evening.The Clo.ilfl.d' Ads..10.I1A
skies cleared Tuesday afternoon as high pressure to our west
replaced the front bringing a northwest flow of cooler air. No frostis SECTION Bt 12 PagMStrawberry rap
expected, however the lows may dip into the high 30s Thursday Quoon Pageant, . IB
morning in some locations.A Crime Newt .2.a8
bit warmer Friday is in the forecast. bill w 111 be short lived as anew Land Sol. . .41
front invades late Friday or Saturday Lows Saturday and Sun SfCC Schedule .SB

day will again be in the 40s with highs barely out of the (ids! Area News 7.9,108 The Sweeter. terries i tits Sidr: ,, -
With daylight saving time in effect the sun w ill not set until V ,1 1 1"might Sports BB :
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NotingTicket I Governor Reinstates Lawtcy Councilman Marvin Rosier I

tal
I by Buster Rahn reinsuring! \Hosier{ lolloping! the'hopping \tlornev (deneShaw: i epii-entiii' '}.' and i the liar' gl. iinn' nnslitullonal .. ill I III I, Ilia I appealed' to alfecl the
BCT Stall Writer nl t ha i i Hi's. hv :Slatet, Hosier before[ Cniinlv .l I lid).'o < ;ieoivcPierce and<1 minuses( nn In ediini I nl milcome of I the Hosier caseI
Law 'Icy Commissioner' :Marvin\ lornt'I. I i )n) 1 KcgilerA said the chaigcs wenvague I speechludge/
Sales... Rosier was reinstated! t 10 his position and nufclmutt.uul. tailed tn, ,I'u t 11 e nphi. 1 Id<1 all 'three/ 11,0 I he SMI F ( me Court found that
on the I.aut\ "'ounulednt'siIu! grand' 1111| \ indiclcd, Hosier witha adequately mtorin I Ihc dt'le ndint ot. lions filed by Attorney Shaw 10:1: and /tiny proceedings! cannot beKept
Advance tickets for midway rides April ,}, according; to an .advisory' : misdemeanor' in January' rharg the charges against 1 him 2'' Ihc in Assistant Stale Attorney loin \ seciet intn! I'icrp! < Itiitv. that Indo
'. ill' no fIn sale at the fairgrounds from the press office of < !oHob 'log that he had revealed I grand )fur;} diclment included no mailrialdisputed Julian reliled the/ charges ui ( in nit so minuses( i 0" t in: 11 DI tit of speech
, itiirday, April 7, 9 a m to 2p.m Marline/ It-si miony In the 1 I'idt'graphtolltiu. ) 'bath and the undisputed" Courl.. but Minn week ot the relil' and aflei a -. i i oticluded gronu
I'r cc. two for $1. The release" sialeil Ilial. liov; M.n 'ni(4( hi.appeal. am c as, a witnessIjeloi facts ilo not establish. .1 I pinna< laci.i nig. the U S Supreme ('''lIrl ruled( un jury WIII1.'"" are Ireed from
I r" kel.s! will also be available tine signed! the e\mili\e eider, e he. |\,11' case of guilt( against 1 the" ilclcndanl, .1 Florida case Smith l v. liuttcr- pledges/ of secrecy

I iiui '.da\ Friday and Monday at ----,.................-...................-,...,..............-.....-.--...----. -,..-....------
lie" tau grounds 9 30 a m to 6 pm -:- -- III' -
iate; passes $3 for entire fair


Rummage Sale... Fair Opensrilliesday

l mted Methodist Women willh

id .in inside rummage sale Fri ++ }
da> and Saturday, April 6-7 in the
}. eiiowship Hall across from theI 5

I 'I'r"J"A' wide variety of items p.m.
.. ill lie offered LEF


Gospel Sing... rr + By Joe Gissy entering from t s 10.I
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I lie I Lamp of Jesus Church on ;1I r rJ a B( r Stall WriterI Parking/ will be allowed south of

r "'I 1.\ the Road will host its mono I I lie liiiii annual Bradford. ( 'omits the lair inplcx until full No park
aiv, ( He Time Gospel Sing! ," 71!) !I..tti ,* ih get under way Tuesday.pnl n g allowed south of the farmers
\ with the exhibit n..irket produce shed due to the
I I ,in Saturday April 7 Featured in I I buildings pro
_uesis will be the Nasworth and "up.' d in I the public at s p.m and the duct: market now uliercut'liv .) l lWainwYight H

'tin k families Bring a lawn chairWhitehead "in".h: ', ,,i ,ittr Iu'Itons in full swing at
I +d 1 11\0)\ /Hi, il llh.e" also
I 'n.tl, 1 opening is Wednesday tl Iturul-l'rban' l 1)\. .

Farm. .. Mth the ribbon cutting The annual Rotary ltural-l 11 l.i: ",
i nmny' presided over by Fair Day activities are set for 11 u.tn
Male Mtorney Len Register will/ i a i 'i''n President Kay Norman Wednesday. April II, sponsored by
[pen! his, campaign for election to a sit-b t < ,.1 j the, newly crowned Strawberry the Starke Rotary Club, in conjunc
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tilt term al a "John Whitehead / e 0"., -n For \191HIe ) lion with the formal fair opening:
Kami party Saturday April at MI 1( ..I admission i is $1| per perIl ceremony
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) 1 p 'in with country: music! and ,' II kindergarten and underlie Fried chicken dinners will in si-
tood caling Everyone invited (011 .' ,iilimtli'd\ flee A season puss isi cd. starting ill 11 a in 'The pn I
' .n< :Scott Roberts. Ph !W>4 7K2t> 01 i Ii d>;ie, lor. $::1 still $3 About 1,501dl..nl'n; will,
"HM I I xlnhils must t be in place I by !tl served and lake outs will I i.

1 I m I I Tuesday and may not be available
Barrel) Frolic.. I M i tin ..d! prior to !9 p.m Saturday

A Bradlord Barrel! Frolic is planned in ii'.t', \\/111./ ..: done from I p in tool Fair Schedule. .

,, t Saturday April 7. at the Fairi r P' m' Tuesday.Nuu Schedule ol ,events and i-ntci" ,,.
( ;rounds fMi t > outstanding booths vullleieivc men! al the fair:
(Chicken, dinners served at noon t Z ir,- 41Pi awards Three i-nch ni the
I vervonc welcome. For more in h,. a .e'ur1, division, youth division and Tuesday, April 10:

. i rllahon. call Ph. !W4; 7871 nii'ifiei,11 division. In addition 5 p m. : F/ ir exhibit building and
,'I I II1dl\ .tlllal ribbons for
i .,luIJlI will: In awardedI midway open,
Shrine Parade. 7 p.m. li'ldford.lnion' undFFA )

:--1..1. \1 tIwri.. "a l'aut.., Swine Show. '
1 Me annual i Shrine Parade! and II p m Fair closesWednesday.
'i i ken dinners scheduled Saint, I II"" fuss| event ushering the I)9I!) )

i it., \pril' 21. beginning at in id\ Uiadlord I noon Agricultural Fair is April II :
"n lineal Strawberry Pa'inl.; ,
H am. Kair exhibit bu.idim
The parade route will begin dl I < slaved by the Junion Woinatih < lob
I" Hall going south to Call St, II ul MarkeIhnleen: open.
II a.m Olficial opening of the
..\.ill, proceed west to L'S-'illl:! w hei" i iAill local beauties arc vying
Fair and Starke Rotary Club's annual
turn north and proceed tovishingum tin the title- !Miss Strawberry Rural-Urban Day chicken din-
\ St, and dispersal J. (JIK' "en 1, 1 mtNl! !! 'Theme fur the pageant
(chit ken dinners will be sold In ,n1I ,. .r 1 IHnghl/ lights' Big City' The nerII I t a m ;ft p.m Senior Citizens
1 II 1 i m to 2 pm. at Stark" ,. pai! 1'.1111 ,is. set for p m' Saturday, Day. free admission for seniors over
Klemcntary: School Take (out din '. ; Wf': \pril 7 al the high school
.,, 55.
...
lers will) he available at the SlarkeWoman's auditorium, The new Ijuecn will be
Club. Jefferson and ,.. -... 't \ clowned by reigning (QueenV'tntrla 7 5 p p.m in :Midway Beef Breeding opens. Animal
:Mueller Fur informal
V\alnul Streets: more seethe
---iC... ._ .......-. ..1fo_!__.. ..., :.... B Sctlion I Show.
I 11 I p m Fair closes.
Book Fair...
I'rettv, -- a l"irtur<- and On HIM.i I I.\ .\lidv\iiv ...
I he Bradford Middle School Thu..sdapl'iI 12:
1 ihrary Book (Fair April 25 to :May Ml.iulM'll illt..u \\aml.i, Vlliellrl I posi atilt' i II.-I 1 Inl Miaulieiiv I iiirco| 'salllldav, "";111 \.pt| II. I lilt neijlleeii \\ Advance sales ol midway ticketsare 12 noon- Fair exhibit building
J provides an opportunity to refurbish lif.tlllllul' Ill" adtliut. sli ahi I i les in 'Illr I a'h, |1".'" h will Idyll tl\ IT the Hialtfmil ( inml\ F.III setnil at hall price, two for $1, urn) can
your library with new nf I 1"0" SI,11' line: Illi I |1''' k em pl.li in.. I I II: '.'' ,n-i. \| In I II "MMI'.ini' H-l fell sin, \ mi Miinln "It'. be bought at the main ticket office at opens.5 p.m :: Midway opens.
. plumes or purchase gifts for stiles \M--I, nl Is (in l fin, i-it VV.inda. ,"lit 'itimii' i in \\ pageant' anil, Ihr I II I 11 iinlesi.ints \ \ inu lit '.11, i t t'tt trill en the, entrance to the fairgrounds, and 7 p m. Bradford-Union 4-1 and
lamiK and friends \t ,hula dl Andrews Drug Store in Lake FFA Steer Show.

The: BMS: Media Center will be _.-..... .---II p_ -- .,"'II _Ii.IWiJl_ ._ IIIIi_ .lll'lliIF- .... Duller Tickets, at the. tan gruundstv t 11 I p m. Fair closes
forhl'owslI1g ill be on sale from !W in lo 6; p m.
open dally 130\ a m to 3 p m


nci many all new.reading The attractive book interests selection titles with from will Council Splits} on Moratorium ; each salt's J p m llockd:1anll will Sahil'dalIv:1I1I'e end !Monday.from April a m If ticket until at 6 Friday\12 noon April l Fair 13 exhibit: :/ building

p in Tickets are NOT: for siile at theChamber open
publishers.
major ( office in 12 ;5 Children and)
ol Commerce noon p m
Proceeds from the sale \\'IlIlJe
used to purchase hooks for the BalbcIMilY lie the Swing Vote Starke this year Students Day Free admission
librarv All elementary and! middle schools through 12th grade

'"' in Bradford and 'nion counties are I p m. Midway opens
advance tickets for students 7 'Ml Bradford Union/ M
by Buster Hahn 'invoked i and, -niiieoiii' mini's along Biggs explained that,' he ha-. selling/ p.m
t.'kl'l1 III he needed for and FFA wme< sale
Downtown Jubilee... BeT StoH Writer with a good business it might( scare become an environmentalist Only one
\\ need to think about what will drink any ride on the midway I II I p.m Fair closes
All City \tIortie> 'I''I..l1e him oil i his horses sometimes not
Anyone wishing to display craftsor will be north ol the
Brown said was 'I I d like permission 'isgoiidlui Maike I'mtill (it the opt water lolloutug' an acid rain Parking
art the Starke Downtown 11
in with traffic Saturday, April :
t to adcrli.se I the l tirsl reading of mini lhai, I I ran MI hei e and.. make However. Biggs said some I Ii oiks fairgrounds! one nay
jubilee Saturday. May 12, contactthe entering just noiih ol the former 12 noon Fair opens
dtti-ions lor the city dun'l I have all
Chamber of Commerce for an a moratorium ordinance patterned good against incinerators highway parlol station and exit fur 2pm Beef Breed Sale "JlIH.\ i i I
application Ph 964 5278 Va'llcome after Clay County ," in the SUirkc The gist ol Silciiiithinking I is that the facts ther north the Steer Sale.
council meeting Tuesday. April 3. the l'lthu existing ordinances and Biggs contends that I legitimate pa"slllj.aroulld roping
for :3 m Midway
opensII
club Parking
heated control of infrastructure i utilities) have to arena l'X- p
The remark set off a businesses a right operate
Final ol Mir
he the \ closing
hlhlto111 to right alter pill
discussion for the next :10 minutes I that provide the council with and that stale and fed..tIregul.dory
Umpires Needed... beginning with Mayor Vernon Silcox neccs.-arv controls to keep agencies are capable ol

Anyone interested in umpiring saying, "I'm going to approve your undesirable business operations protecting the citizenry Irom those
baseball games should meet at request but I'm not fully convinced I from setting up shop inside! the city who would ravage the environment School) Operations
Pratt Si Center, Thursday, April that I favor a moratorium." Com Silcox said'the county is in a dif! Biggs asked "Can 1 make a motion -

i today r. at 7 p m Score keepersare missioners Ed Wall and Travis en-ill I situation and possibly needs a to get rid of existing businesses"If I
needed for baseball and soft- Woods supported the moratorium moratorium ordinance to keep un- I don't like what The Telegraphwrites '
Commissioners Vernon Silcox and wanted firms from locating in the can I put them out of Requests IncreaseSchool

ballCall the Rec Dept., Ph. 964-6792 Bobby Biggs appeared to oppose or county but st.irke shouldn't pass an business? We've gone off the deep
for information questions the issue Commissioner ordinance simply because the county end JI..
Vernon Barber, who said nothing t Bradford or Clay has passed an The sparring continued for Several board uiemiieis" lace a Register, retires June :2U proposed
Upcoming... appears to have the swing votewhen ordinance minutes with commissioners Wall decision at their 7 1 p III :Monday' :Monday night.! April 2JTo
Public meetings scheduled in the the issue is brought up again after Silcox did not express an opinion and Travis Woods withdrawing an night. April!. meeting on nether to
coming weeks are: commissionrs have time to read the on locating the proposed incineratorin earlier motion supporting Attorney increase costs of ,the (Operations increase convutui records
Strawberry Queen Pageant, proposed ordinance Slarke Brown's request to advertise for a Center some $7ii.t>:>(i in hopes of eventually he will know how to make decisionson
Saturday, April 7, at 8 p.m., in BUS Attorney Brown said "Clay Coun Commissioner Ed Wall who( sup- first reading saving! that amount of money how to save money. For instance.
Auditorium. Tickets on sale atl\ht- ty and Green 'ove Springs adoptedthe ports a moratorium said! "If we had The discussion ended with the through improved services Reddish proposes surveying bus
chell's Drug Store. ordinance Brown went on to an ordinance we'd have known council agreeing to review a proposed The Operations Center handle routes to see if they can be made
Bradford County School Board say the ordinance would provide a about the incinerator" referring to montonum ordinance but transportation including busing more efficient, or one or two routes
meeting Monday April, 9, at 7 one year moratorium on construction the crematorium-incinerator proposed passage now depends on Commissioner and maintenance and warehousingThe eliminated But to do so it will be
p.m. in Administrative Building of incinerators in Starke, during for Enterprise Park in SE Vernon Barber's vote. He board's decision hinges on finding necessary to place the bus routes
Brooker City Council meeting, which tune the city could study the Starke said nothing during the sometimes additional monies next year and bus maintenance records on a
Tuesday. April 10, at 7:30: p.m., in problem of air pollution and pass a Commissioner Bobby Biggs, who heated discussion expected to be a light budget year computer Inputting those records
City Hall. good clean air ordinance was highly vocal in the council
Hampton City Council meeting Silcox said. "I I don't agree Starke meeting two weeks ago. said. "I intended ( See i oritOrit11)1.P.:4.1conservation : Mike Reddish, who will after take I.ennard over ( Sec Operations..IM2.UGa. .
Tuesday. April 10, at 7 p.m.. in City already has guidelines If you get too to he tiiiiel tonight as operations director

Hall.Lawtey City Council will meet in

a workshop to consider policy procedures into SvatnpVtiteoff I Ithe
Thursday, April 12, at 7 Pacific Facing IRS Inquiry

p.m. in City Hall. 0IIHIII1elllall'l. Jl ..,
Starke City Council meeting like a losing battle. GeorgiaPacificmalty > Stale acquire me environmentally
Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30: p m., in Georgia-Pacific. (Corp the l i who spearheaded Wednesday he areas had: not i\opeiousos been asked said to ( gave up the three year fightto sensitive wetland. But the State
City Hall. nation's largest limber and wood (ho Iwu >" ,11' light: to save the swamp mine the swamp and announced declined because, at that time, the

Bradford County Commissioners products operator, is under investigation from being tinned by Georgia- testify. its intent to donate the land to the swamp was deemed unfit for

mid-month meeting Wednesday, by the Internal Revenue Pacific for he us would peat content before said Officials of the Water Management State by deeding it to the Suwannee dev elo rent and was not considered

April 18, at 7:30: p.m., in the Cour Service for possible overvaluation of yesterday testify District have already testifiedin River Water Management District endangered:
in
the federal court grand
thouse. a tax write-off claimed for its dona- jury the investigation and have been The deed was actually delivered to the
Bradford County School Board tion of 5,316\ acres of Santa Fe Atlanta next Wednesday as to his asked for the district's documents in the district October 24. \1'JH-J at theagency's Hill argued that detrimental mining effect -
of the would have
scheduled Monday April land the Suwannee River knowledge transaction and office in I.IOak Cl P officials swam i a
meeting Swamp to the case a chronology leading up the Santa Fe River, which
23, at 7 p.m. in Southside Elemen- Water Management )District Federal investigators have also to the land transfer. At one time the said the corporation had rises cn in that area and is a main
School. and received several files made determined that the gift "would be
tary The company allegedly claimed a requested district had a state appraisal to the Suwannee River.
Bradford Zoning Board of Park John the in the best interest of the Stale of tributary
County $24 million tax write off! on Orange attorney and offered to buy swamp The was also consideredvital
meeting set for Tuesday April 24, swampland it purchased in lum! loran Kopelousos. who represented Bradford acreage! for between $2 8 million and Florida and Georgia-Pacific swamp to Big and Little Santa Fe
at 7 p m., in City Hall. estimated $2-plus million The 'ounty in defending its action to $3.5 million But Georgia-Pacific For Hill it meant the end of a five- Lakes since it regulates the water
Starke Zoning Board meeting sel l tract was appraised by the county block Georgia Pacific's, proposed maintained the swamp had a much year "up-hill" fight to save the flow in both keeping them at fairly
for Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m. ir,1 property appraiser at approximately plan by amending the county's zoning higher! value because of its potentialfor swamp from development before Efforts the even levels in times of drought as
Hall. ordinance adding a classifies mining. were made two years
City I $1\ million peat ,- t.-. well as flood.
-IIHarold Hill a Santa Fe Lake en tuin prohibiting' mining in specified Apparently tiring of what: "i's'IIH'd '"eonda-I'acifir purclvi







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Miz Ugly Queens...

Master of Ceremonies Mike Sexton Interviews Mil tillzing Tonya, second runner up at the right. The Legacy of Love Singers...
Willya Slinglt, 1st runner up for Mia Ugly 1990.Mil In- Ten beauties-? entered the pageant held Saturday
39 Bradford students have recorded the Second Row: Paul Cohens, Ryan Lee Chris Harrington -
County
Ita Little,winner song
of the crown, Is In the center and Tannight in the high school auditorium.
"Legacy of Love", written by Lavon Drives, who Is Chris Hogg. John McMillian, Donald Hardy,
shown above conducting the chorus. The song brings a Adam Stevenson, Karl Sembroskl. Nancy Illldebrand,
Miz Ugly Pageant Held Sat. Night message against Utter and pollution and was Inspiredby Erin Luke, Vicki DeSue, Aaron Woodfin, Lindsay
Guy Andrews, Starke businessman and philan- Woodfin.(
'-' :; thropist.The singers are (I to r): Third Row: Danielle Hershey, Erika Chastain, Lane
Ten voluptuous beauties '1' com- ingit and Inita Little won their titles (Vincent Robinson) were in a dual Front row: Amanda Rowland, Lindsay Wynn, Tougaw Bethany Lee. Terri Laney, Katrlna
peted In the annual Miz Ugly Contest with a dance routine that ended with aerobic dance. Melissla Pusaterl. Alison Chastam, Heather Yeomans, Tori Hershey, Diana Crawford, Mindy
Saturday night, held at the high skirts flipped up to reveal the words Mix Sexy Betsy Boom Boom Patton Brittany Johns, Leigh Johns, Michael O'Neal, Rother, Shawna Blom, Holly Shields.
school auditorium.The "Wild" on one rear and "Thing" on (Brian won honors with an Karl Sembroskl. Back Row.Tyler Elder and Brian Canova.
contest is sponsored by the All the other. Miraclef ague, Mix Fertile
Sports Club, Toni Crawford, Presi- Miz Tantilizing Tonya did a strip Myrtle (David Elder) did a soc hop,
dent,and is the major fund raiser for tease dance, with bow legs neatly Miz Hopin D. Backseat (Wayne of Love" PresentedAt
the year, says Betty Kay Elder, stockinged and wearing purple Henry) and Miz Iwanna Snuggle "Legacy
organizer of the Mix Ugly bikini shorts. (Eric Dixon) combined in a dual
Mike Sexton and Melba Johnson Mix Francina Fannywack and Miz baton twirling routine they learned
served as host and hostess. Willya SlIn it shared the Miz Con- from some of the majorettes.All .
Miz Tantilizing Tonya (Eddie geniality prize.Francina the participants and State Fair in Tampa
Pollard) was second runner up, Miz Fannywack (Andrew organizers put in a lot of hard work
Willya Slingit (Bo Hersey) was first Miracle) performed on a preparing for the event which provided
runner up and Miz Inita Little (Don skateboard, Loose Lucy (Kevin a hilarious evening for the "Legacy Of Love," an enand produced by Starke music local, regional and state recognitionfor
McDavid) took top honors.Willya SIR Finch) and Voluptuous Vincina spectators. vironmental music video written teacher LaVon Drivas, Is receiving its impact in bringing en- I
vironmental issues to all who see
and hear it.
Call Toll-Free Call from The video Is the brainchild of Guy
Andrews, philanthropist and en-
from Anywhere Gainesville3771O9G trepreneur, who envisioned the
TIEWLTiHK video as a means of educating the
in Floridd public on environmental Issues.
1-800-329-FORD In February, Andrews and Drivas
presented the "Legacy of Love" at
the First Environmental Fair in
964-7200 209 W, MADISON STARKE, FL. Tampa event. during the the three day

Starke 473-FORD Sen. Tom McPherson presentedthe
388-FORD video to the Florida Advisory
1095 209 W. Keystone Heights
Council, where it was well received,
IN STARKE!
Gainesville Madison YOUR FORDCONNECTION. State Road 21 .Jacksonville with a copy being placed in the Ad-
: t ,"' t-__ ,. < F"" w visory Council Library of En-
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!; v"
e e ; 'f '
,,;yironmental' \! Educa on. .:
tneJt; : gacy of Love singers
r" have beert asked 'in two
,/ f" / iJ "1 I rr rz < "
Earth'
: ( ( Day celebrauJhs'April;: 21 and

22.On
the first date, the group will
..u'0' u /' ...,./. perform in Gainesville, sponsored
by the City of Gainesville, Florida
State Museum and the University of
Florida. A second performance will
I $23400 be give at Oaks Mall, in West
$21200perMonth C Per MonthS Gainesville.
Sunday, April 22, the "Legacy of
Love" singers and their parents will
go to Tallahassee for performances
NR in the Florida Earth Day Celebra-
lI tion, opening the State's festivities.
Before returning home, the
S singers will perform for representatives -
and others in the Capitol
E Rotunda, Monday, April 23,followed
by a reception sponsored by Rep.
George Crady and Chance Irvine
and Sen. Sherry Walker.
TD Tuesday the group will
u_ the program in the Senate Camber
I cabinet.for senators, the governor and

--- 1990 Tempo GL'i 4 Door ,U.S. Senator Bob Graham has ar-'
ranged for the group to present its

1990 Ford Ranger 108 W.B. XLT N I Air Conditioning, Power Lock Group. Tilt Wheel Rear program and May.other in Washington officials, sometime for senators in

Control, Automatic Transmission, Light Group,
s Free Air Cond. 60/40 Cloth Bench Seat Elect. AM/FM Area residents can see the video at
Window Defroster Electric Control Mirrors, Clearcoat
the Bradford Fair next
County week
Stereo Cass., Sliding Rear Window, Cast Alum. T T Paint' where "Legacy of Love"will have a,
Wheels., Tachometer, 2.3 Engine, Overdrive Trans. booth, making the video available to
the public.
"Legacy of Love"will become the

.. environmental music song for the
state if plans materialize. It is the
only song of its kind in the state at

$1.n 29% $ 9900 this time, Drivas says.

Per Month Per Month DenmarkCityExchange

i Interest Rates r Barbs

3 a. 48 MOl Financing ""b; '

Available on AH Escorts by Buster Staff Writer Rohn1CT

Mayor Vernon Silcox said, "I see
Ron Denmark is in the audience,andI
i will give him his usual three
REBATES$15OO minutes," in the Tuesday, April 3,
Starke council meeting. ,
Denmark, former owner of an in-,
surance agency, now a construction
contractor, apologized for coming
1 T-Birds before the council again, after hav- t
ing promised several months ago

New 1990 Festiva Plus $1500 New 1990 Escort 2 Door LXAir that before he the would group.Denmark congratulated never. again the appear council I(

Bronco I II'S on its advertisement for bids on a
Air Cond., 5 Sp. Manual Trans., Cloth & Vinyl Bucket Conditioning, Tinted Glass, Digital ClockOverheadSeats water line construction project,say-
Wide Bodyside Molding, Fuel & Water Temp. $750 Console, Rear Window Defroster, Light Security Group, ing that he has been trying to get the j
Gauges, Tachometer/Trip Odometer, Rear Window Power Steering, Dual Electric Mirrors, Interval city to pass a bid ordinance. ,
Windshield Wipers Denmark said that not only did the
Defroster, Elect. AM/FM Stereo Clock Aerostars city bid the project, someone from
City Hall called him about biddingon
the:lob, and then someone came
by his he me and left a bid packagefor

Sbiringtime( S0rtf! out filed way to aJll!

TunUp Specials Check Air Conditioning System Check Rental> Specials' don't I've wint with to be the appeased.State Attorney" I
Cooling System
Festlva- $24.95 Mayor Vernon Silcox said. "If I
4 Cyl $22.85 $21 38 thought anyone is trying to appease
6 $30.75 Bronco II $34.95 you Td chastise him.I don't feel like
Cyl: $10.95 IndudM Partial Charge.A Leak Testa Probe $29.95 going 'put of my way to appease
8 Cvl I I. 37.70 Component Check you" ,
Operations Manager BUI
,
Weldon
said that he carried the bid
package,to Denmark' home as a
.Nat rebate plus 49.50 tax tag with qualified credit co., teaY'_ IlCOlllr.ct.orJ..jfeSee

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April J, 1900 TELEGRAPH PUKI'T 3.1oy


1 ,0 t County Passes One-year I




f Ban on IncineratorsA

y 7
ar s l : one-yeaFFan on incinerators is that guidelines on what is an accep-

,- : not a permanent solution. Attorney table industry need to be developed.So .
Reggie Flynn told county commis- Mr, however, county commissioners
sioners Monday April 2, as they have not authorised anyoneto
gave 5-0 final approval to the new develop the guidelines.The .

law.The county moratorium covers only
new county law is effective on- unincorporated areas- not the
ly In unincorporated areas. Starke is towns of Brooker Hampton Lawteyor
expected to also pass a one-year ban Starke- so It will have no effecton
.. on incinerators."We the Incinerator proposed by Thermo
need to start looking at the Environmental Systems Inc. in
kind of regulations you want to Starke.In .
develop," said Flynn the county at- addition to Bradford County
torney. A sister county Clay is going and the City of Starke the proposed
through the same process. Brad- Incinerator siting is opposed before
ford might use the same engineersand DER by The Bradford County
save money, Flynn suggested. Economic Development Corporation -
III IIIC IIIL Flynn urged the commission not to the Bradford-Starke Chamberof
pass the one-year ban on In- Commerce, and as individuals at-
cinerators and then forget it. The torney Terrence Brown attorney

.,r i idea, the attorney pointed out is to Frederick Replogle and Telegraph
gain time to develop guidelines to editor Bob Ferguson.
qrj keep out undesirable industry. Concerns center around the natureof

l r kinds of chemicals that might
.. Chairman Maxie Carter said he come out of the smoke stack of anlflc.
and Starke Mayor Vernon Silcox cinerator capable of burning 500
have agreed to use the same expert pounds per hour of contaminated
C witnesses in the administrative medical waste such as plastic
hearing on the incinerator in Enter- hypodermic syringes stainless steel
prise Park in SE Starke for which needles,blood soaked bandages,and
the Department of Environmental diseased body parts. Local funeral
Regulation has given preliminarysite home directors say they won't use

'!' -'" ......... -.... .' .. ; ...,:"" ....... "v-.;, .. .'." .... -.a..'_ <.,oJ. ..... -. ..... .::: ... .... approval. Carter said the protesters the incinerator if it burns anything
including the county are other than bodies.So .
Mora thaw 100 chewed the the ribbon
people for the
p evtUng ceremony: newKid'
looking at a June public far Thermo Environmental
CorDer. hearing with DER. Systems inc.has given no indicationof
Attorney Flynn continued to stress withdrawing its application.

The Kid's Corner -UCAP- Plans- Spring Benefit Concert I


United Citizens Against Pollution from members of the Lynyrd
(UCAP) is planning a spring music Skynyrd band, and several big name
concert, to be held at the Waldo bands such as Synergy, Ace
Dedicated April 3by music park sometime in early June Moreland, Artemus Pyle and Jynx.
date as yet undecided. Ticket prices will be between $10
and to be determined as soon as
... Ir r Luther Watson of Jacksonville is $15
/ :../' organizing the outdoor concert to be sponsors and concessioners are arranged
Bus'.' Rahn includes some land owned by CSX, and has been
billed as the "Strawberry Jam". advertising
BCT Staff Writer the railroad company.
More than a hundred people When the Kiwanis Club set its goal _Plans.4 are for special appearances H planned. _
adults and little people attended the for the year Member Jim Lewis v
opening ribbon cutting Tuesday said "Why not build parks?"
April 3, for The Kid's Corner a President White said "Why not a 1
children's park and picnic area kiddie park?" JV BaseballersEnd
sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of The project was off and running. i
Starke. Steve Denmark was appointed to
The Kid's Corner is a small plot on chair the Park Committee, with Lor-
East Call Street between the old na Reddish Steve Kroll and Brad
Rosenberg Building and the Carter as committee members. 8-3 SeasonThe
railroad. The City of Starke boughtthe Each committee member took ijr
property during the Downtown special assignments with Reddish
Renovation project razed the.old taking on landscaping and plants acquisition Bradford High junior varsity lrMto>4 f K.Y_..

brick building and installed chairs ; Denmark contactedWhitehead baseball team ended an 8-3 season c..wt.,4.N AI 1 i I i H o bin.i Al 4 1"i I
and tables for a park. builders for plans and i with a 13-0 shutout of West Nassau 'MW..210 111 C.ur....Ik I'
Jobie White president of Starke technical advice and fund raising; ----- High at Callahan.In .......,Ik 110 amt. f 4 i i
.. .
Kiwanis Club and Steve Denmark Carter worked on providing inmate the past two weeks University .CwtMi.ak. .1 1 D li n. I. i
,.4. CIA McAnkur.d 11 0
chairman of the Park Committee labor Kroll provided contact with dwll/k.. ---."..- -'-'- Christian beat the BUS JV nine 5-3 Lee..1 I1 1 '_.Ik 1.0
teamed up to provide leadership for the Starke commission, and White Two children try out one of the ramps at The KI..'*Corner here and 10-0 in Jacksonville. BUS J...II I. 0 Mnklrn' .HIII 1.0
Starke Kiwanians to build The Kid's worked on getting contributions.Rev. ended the season with a four game .I..d Mltdwiii.lk 4 0 0
Corner in a : rather than Jerry Patton is chairman of Cityfrom winning steak beating Palatka 10-2. "L.ww.1k_II," 111 IIIKHflM TwMMwdA 11 0 I

stretching the protect over two or the Kiwanis standing committee for Eastslde IHI. P.K.Yonge 11-6 and ..... III f
three years as originally planned. raising funds and worked in fund 2A West Nassau 13-0. WIIII_..'" 111
said the which cost raisers for the Chris Snow led the team ....-.M 111TMta \
White project project. said he also carried one to Contractor the remamder-of the year Weldon Jerepit- 17 I I hte'' II I I
ow>Z" opq J.n qsb plulJ donated .11 White said everyonein the.clujx.Kfworked ,Leonard Moore. "It is a UI\IJIIU; .(- (id the utilities-budget cancovei ,ching with a 5-1 record. .J
1.rrt t HaW.Jr d fabQt.::.rqi le r the on the protect WrimfSanir f1 j Wt t:bong standing q Mn' Ij.vW/ "V ; U1)hllJ',lItIst:'l'fettbel't'iJf". rCrawfordr.nd.;Jason Lee--,wer*,!<<>,' : .
... .. 'tHIIS: 9 G.Eastslde 6
resources of the civic organization, day "work days. but"three"'melV invitations to bid to local businesses! t\1Jltt1tl'li ask d"r" r ralsM: "" : ;Bebe' Prevail and Kenny>Carlton. -
and it will be raising funds for the John Lewis Leon DeCandio andWayne contractors or automobile dealers," The council approved Weldon's re- were 1I.Eight Reggie Byrd was 3-for-3 and
next several months. Woods worked 120 or more Weldon said. quest. of the JV nine had real good Emory Prevatt 3-for-s as the BHS
hours each in building the structure. "I'm damned if I do, and damnedif batting averages said Coach JV nine won 9.8.at Gainesville
"It's first class all the way," said I don't" Weldon added. Other Items... Jenmiah Johnson. Leading hitter Eastside last Thursday, March 29.
Former Commissioner Charles White.In Denmark again apologized for was Emory Prevatt at .419. Chris Jeremy Crawford was the winning
Health
Schaefer was responsible for work discussing the park, White laud- "going back on my word" and apdiscussed County the Officer of Ken rabies Pabst Snow batted .382, Jeremy Crawford pitcher scattering 6 hits strikingout
done by the city in establishing the ed a number or persons and firms pearing before the city council. result of bites possibility cats well as .360, Jason Lee ,333, Kenny Carlton 3 and walking 2. Chris Snow
original park resulting in some pee- for contributions to the successful by as as .333 Reggie Byrd .333, Vinnie Blye relieved in the bottom of the fourth

pie beginning to call the site completion of The Kid's Corner. Promotions... dogs.While bites .292 and Shaun Rowell .286. The for a save. Snow held ES hitless,
Schaefer Park." those for their dog are common, team batting was .294. struck out 3, walked 4.
complimented average
Mayor Vernon Silcox nixed the Among generosity, were: Weldon petitioned the council to many people don't realize Starke Snow pitched 36 innings and faced ...._ o.....1dNAI ..
titles for Purresidents 1'.1"
new position reported more cat bites I H
name saying that city landmarks David Wainwright, for landscaping. chasing Agent Jerry Wadsworth and than dog bites in both 1988 and 1989 145 batters, gave up 14 runs, 12 hits, U..., .1 I ..........N 411
should never be named for living struck out 58, walked 15. ....... 41 I Ibnt.tt 41 I
persons. Drew Reddish, for a tubular Meter Reader Supervisor Ken Fusaid Pabst.When Emory Prevatt pitched 16 Vb inn- ........,Ik Ill d_.d III
qua and give each a small raise. animal bites are reported c.-.Ik III 111"l ..f 411Cmrf
slide not yet Installed. Weldon said the state has manand the animal can be found, a city ings, faced 74 batters gave up 5 .r4., I' I w_,.' III
Representatives of the Kiwanis Lawtey Union and New River dated additional responsibilities by ordinance that the animal runs 9 hits struck out 29, and walk- ..>...If 4 > 0 !lev..., Ik 411 I
requires .. *,.Ik It I
for ed M. I 4 I I Outa
Correctional
Club asked permission to renovatethe Institutions plants. the city, and the purchasing agent be carried to a vet for a rabies 8.Kenny .,..... I 1 I D..M>.I.. Ill
park into a "kiddie park" and Strlcklin Peat Co., for potting will add "Projects Manager and check. Carlton pitched 7 innings .._..Ik ill i......_J.if III
received a conditional approvalfrom Safety Director" to his purchasing People will report bites by stray faced 36 batters, gave up 8 runs 4 wn.._.". I I I
the city council with the proviso soil..Tommy Reddish. for installing duties. animals or those owned by hits struck out 13, and walked 7. T..... 11155.1.1.. 3141

that disposal of the old chain link fence at cost. Weldon listed a number of duties neighbors but don't report bites by Jason Lee pitched 7 innings, faced BIIS 10 Palatka 2
Starke Council,for approving site 31 batters, gave up 6 runs, 8 hits,
Rosenberg Building may take partof and routines he has cats
Fuqua performs dogs or they own themselves, Chris Snow pitched a one-hitter as
struck out 3 and walked 1.
the land. Sunshine Industries Action Club, established in the Meter Department because of charges by the vet, Pabst Jeremy Crawford, pitched 3% Inn- Bradford High went 10-2 by Palatka
for tables.Moratorium .
said the fenced picnic
Mayor Silcox area and recommended title said.
a new ings faced 21 batters, gave 5 High over there March 27.
"Supervisor of Meter Department Pabst says there have been no recent runs 6 hits struck out 3, and walked up "It was a big win for us," said
and Customer's Service." cases of rebies in Bradford 2. Coach Johnson. BHS had lost 2-1 in

In addition to new titles the two County, but there will be eventually. "The JV team did a swell job all eight innings here March 16.
Check the employees will receive a raise, Rabies have been reported in Clay and looks to be a varsity team Snow batted 2-for-4 to help his own
(from page 1A) amounting to about $1,000 each for and Alachua Counties. year be in the effort.
that's to pretty good
going .
....ttAl
rWterd <
Following the debate. Attorney Classifieds! future says Coach Johnson. SIN 10.11"
Brown Injected some humor and I.*... 10 0 ""'_,ik ill
relieved tensions by saying "I had BIIS 13 W.Nassau 0 C.._.w 4 I 1 .....11...II .1 I
.._ __.d 111
.
41 I
three or four other items to bring up Chris Snow 5-1. threw a two hitterto ..-." 14 0 ruy>r... anttorrlr
but ..." Cox lead Bradford High to a 13-0 win "_.OM 4 1 1 's/.w. Ik allT1IIH.
Appliance t West Nassau in Callahan Monday _,lb 11 1 .. ail
& over ....... 1 t I L......ik I. o
April 2. Inw.at. I. t llmm.rf All
City Clerk Linda Wise also declined Air .j. Emory Prevatt led a 12 hit BUS at- .._ll.. if ASS <*n.ll.f I. tM
to raise an Issue. .. all In.good fun. Conditioning tack with 4-for-5 and two home runs .,..pk III
Service _. at the plate. T.Ml.< V It t ,..... 2431
I.dird W.NY.-
-NOTICE- ., I /.A.r.11cI. 10.1" A'IM
I." 10I WIiiI, '.L1 Ill
IM..f III 1.....W III U.Christlan 10 BIIS 0
Anyone who has been l Car. Fr.v.".Ik (44 '.-y.. 11biriMd University Christian beat the JV

involved In any type of fl I ) II I I I a.-w.. Crcwhr.3k... 111 I00 -Ml*.,*.*....,.Ik *II 0 .I nine 10-0( in five innings March 22 in

: I l ill I ( i I li liIll ....... 0 t 0 W_... Ill Jacksonville.BHS .
accident, broken mirrors, I I I I I III I I LII! it _.M 1 I. HInlntoHwm.rflm.ii.ak All hit the ball sharply but rightat
Iitii
...
ran off road, etc., on CR Ill, lll l l,I!" i l t' rl I !i lil a palllll! t I Mil t' II I.II t I I.II II II II IIit.al EMm ToF.-EwwtL ..l..-...N.rii. I$1)Ill.1 _MKU.U.at. Ill Ill ball somebody.right at BHS U.but Christian the JV players hit the

229 ( Brownlee Rd.), /. : I W'N_.'" I 0 make 13 errors in the first inning and
lit iti; uld tit t 9 ::t r r t:kt t It 41tit rl 0..1.0. It *
t :
'
KIHto.
please write brief note to '' 'I t I II tit: t I I I rill I :! ail t !!! !' {,t,t 11 u' 't l t l Ev.11 m,. '.,.'. 1k 44 13 It TM.li 1' I gave up eight runs. the
?,,. ,,,! ,, till .. Kenny Carlton was losing pit-
Rt. 2 Box 2777 Starker w t BIIS 11 P.K. Yonge 6 cher.
...df..d U.ChrMI**
hits into 11-6 win
BHS turned 9 a 1'.1"
1"1"
FL 32091. ,t ;t over P.K. Yonge High in a home !..." It I ttmm.rf 31 ,
Joe Co,you itoncfly repairmen.' Call game last Friday March 30. c.-.I.w it I .wm.. 11 .
_... 1 t I .-.N .1 .
Mm today for 2-for-3 at bat witha
any app anca repair. Chris Snow was
We are filing petition I Service A Repair on: NEW FAST FLEXIBLE double and a triple. Shaun Rowell c.._N., 1 I t t I I WlteM...,..Ik.t II It .I

to widen road.. If are '.Al Major AppOancet was also 2-for-3. Reggie Byrd was ...... I. t C.tnwK.3k II I
you _." IttWHwv.M II 1M.ww.
2-for-4.
v1'17 ""
Conditioning Refrigeration rpAOG RAM .Ik 1.-.rl III
interested in signing, Electrical Jason Lee was the winning pit- WI_."k II.
cher. He struck nut s and wftlkmi 1. T"".. II I f T..... V II 1
please write to the above 964""Z4 S'2, STARKE


address. Lie NRA 0046994 ER 0007578 First 921 Presbyterian East Call Street Church I Golfers Split 2 Matches, Lose to CHS I

.' Mondays 7 pm Tornado golfers split two tri- Zurfluh both shot 43, and Michael

matches and lost to Gainesville HighIn McKinney 51.
GAINESVILLE HEARING
a busy week. St.Augi stine shot a 165 to win a tri-
match March 29 at Marsh Creek
AID CENTER Palatka won a tri-match at Golf and Country Club. BUS was second
For Information Call Magnolia Point in Green Cove Spr- at I'll: and St.Joeephs shot 256.
Will BE ATMITCHELL'S ings with a 1M. BUS 181 and Clay David Elder led BUS with a 38,
1-800-874-4170 Link Bishop shot 42, Ron Zurfluh 46,
DRUG STORE 189.Link Bishop shot an even par 36 and Michael McKinney 59.

Tuesday. David Elder shot 40, Ron
U7 E.Call Street t Pay only $9 weekly Zurfluh 46 and Evan Douglas 59. Upcoming...

. On the second each month Middloburg High comes to the
Wednesday of lZJ Pre-payment discount plan available lei]
Monday April 2. BUS played at Starke Crolf and Country Club today
1:303:30 .Offer valid through April 30. 1990 home on the Starke Golf and Country (Thursday.April S) at 8:30 p.m.BHS 1
p.m. Club course against Gainesville beat Mic'dleburg at The Ravines. t
High. JUtS shot 172 to lose to GHS's resumes after the Spring
FREE HEARING TEST Ask about The At Work Program 155.David break BUS plays Orange Park

-_.._----(_.. .__._.wr.w.lrwwwr.-_._-- I Elder shot one-under-par 35 Tuesday April 17. at Willow Lakes
SALES SERVICE REPAIRS BATTERIES ---..-----..----.----,- for BHS Link Bishop and Ron Golf.and Country Club.



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I I O Rit i S. ) BHS Alumni Association Mounts


Membership Drive Before Reunion,


Levy County's Plan Rejection

In 1991 Bradford County High School will from BHS.: Over 5,000 alumni and
Gives Warning to OthersBradford celebrate its 100th Anniversary, and already the fends attended this memorable event. Next
BHS Alumni Association is making a concerted year's reunion will mark 100 years of BHS serviceto
effort to contact all alumni of the school, inviting the young people of Bradford County in the
County Commissioners and for septic tanks. True, effluent from them to attend the celebration and soliciting their field of education.All .

planning and zoning personnel should waste disposal systems at several state membership in the association.On persons, young or old, who have attended
take warning from the recent rejection of pi.SUaaa: 4 was uttu n..w Akivei 1 ', but itt 4'Cccnt around for old
sent out asked to look newspaper
March 23rd, 1400 newsletters were BHS are
land-use these have been given a clean bill '
Levy County's comprehensive years announcing plans for the "Big One", but unfor- clippings, pictures, cheerleader, band and
of health.
plan by the Florida Department of Com- memorabilia of their
tunately, all alumni are not on the mailing list. athletic uniforms and other
munity affairs. The association would like to contact each and school days. The association would especially like
Although it is in imminent of
no danger
of the Class of 1937 since
one as soon as possible. to have a photograph
The reason given for Levy's rejectionwas overdevelopment, the time may come every Toward this end, memberships will be sold by they were the first BHS class to wear the tradi-
when Santa Fe is to the
subjected
that its proposed plan failed to meet same in the main and
booth
the alumni at the BHS Fair tional caps gowns.
standards of the Growth ManagementAct type of high density development that has building next week for an annual membership fee The 100th Year celebration will be held in October
passed by the last session of the threatened the Suwannee River. As we to have a hard-cover "B"
of $5. Also, anyone having a class membershiplist 1991. It is planned
are reminded by a recent comment in the
Legislature. The Levy plan failed Box 1094 in commemoration of this event.
is asked to mail a copy to P.O. Book printed
Gainesville Sun "It is unfortunatefact
primarily because it did not provide an Starke, FL 32091. Contributions of high school photos, souvenirs,
enough protection to the Suwannee River, of history that, for years, the Suwannee The great reunion held in 1986 represented the and clippings are needed for this publication and
River marketed
in
according to DOC Secretary Tom was piecemeal class received and the originals returned.
90th year since the first graduating I will be copied
fashion with
Pelham. He said that along the Suwannee tiny riverfront lots sold off
"...they basically proposed to allow for vacation hideaways and retirement
development on one unit per half acre, homes. While it is true that many peopleundoubtedly
with septic tanks in the ten-year flood purchased those plots with
plain, and that's just not acceptable. Sep- the expectation that they would be allowed Golden Anniversary
tic tanks in the ten-year flood plain makeno to build their dream home- completewith
sense whatsoever." septic tanks it has become more
and more obvious over the years that
such a proliferation of septic tanks would
Because of being a coastal county,
"
lead the of
to degradation the river.
Levy was required to submit its comprehensive
earlier than most North
plan And it isn't only the Suwannee that is
Bradfordand
Florida counties. Therefore,
other inland counties who have a endangered by development. Secretary
Pelham indicated that other rivers in
beneiit
later deadline by Levy'smistakes.
can
North Florida, including the Santa Fe,
must also be protected to the greatest

The late-filing counties have the benefitof degree possible.

being pre-warned by the mistake IL
Although Bradford County's com-
made counties like Levy.What's .
by early-filing
good for the Suwannee River is prehensive plan is not due until July 1991,
and New work is already in progress on it by the
also good for the Santa Fe 1891-1991
Rivers. Their waters are all flowing in North Florida Regional Planning Council. ,
need the Later it must also be reviewed by the /
the same direction and same
Fe is of Suwannee River Water Management it
protection. In fact the Santa one
tributariesof District, as well as the County Zoning
the largest, if not the largest
Board and the County Commission.
the Suwannee.
There will also be two public hearings at

Fortunately, land along the Santa Fe, which procedures.The there. will be citizen participation tttttttNtttltttttttttt............................tttitigteeteNttttNt.................................................

at least on the Bradford County side, is
mostly owned in large tracts and used for FOR rUHTBEX IMrORMATIOM REGARDING THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AND ITS ACTIVITIES,UtASE Till OUT TBE:FORM
farming operations. However, this could bottom line will be reached only BELOW: ,DETACH t MAIL TO:BBS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION;..a BOX 1094; StARXZ,FLORIDA:32091
change in the future with the ever- when we are assured that New River and
demand for the Santa Fe are as adequately protectedas
increasing developments ANNUAL DUES$S.OO
the Suwannee,with whose waters
with high density populations. There is theymine
little demand for homesites along New { as an integral part of the Suwan . .. ... ... ., ', .,
River either which lowers the demand Basin., j* ...- .<*..-i _. .... .,-. ., '... '
.. .., ,._ ....". u......._. "._ Auras -- -.. -


April 22 Is Earth Day; at, .sons. Zip_.

I TypWHwBW._

Recycling Draws Closer _RENEWAL ,

April 22 is Earth Day 1990-the 20th an- A major provision of the 1988 statute is

N niversarry of a movement born back in the requirement that counties achieve a flaM CMitrftutu_______"In Memory, of_______________ Class or.
the 1960s, following a series of en- 30 percent reduction in the solid waste
vironmental horror stories. stream by the end of 1994.The Act further Wish to dorutt following items for 100th Anniversary Exhibit In 1991:

Rivers caught on fire; entire cities requires each county to initiate a ,
were covered with clouds of industrialash materials recycling program by July 1, ___Pictures ___Newspaper Clippings_____BBS Diploma, Class of .
and polluted smog; raw sewage was 1989 (last year, that is.The Act also provides

dumped into lakes,streams,and even the that "at a minimum, a majority of Change of Address:_________________________________________________
ocean; and motor vehicles released ten the newspaper, aluminum cans glass
times the emission of modern cars. and plastic bottles must be separatdfrom :;; WOULD YOU SERVE AS A"CONTACT PERSON REPRESENTING CLASS

Millions of citizens in U.S. cities and the solid waste stream prior to final WHAT YEAR?
towns picketed and demonstrated until disposal; at a solid waste disposalfacility"

the Clean Water and Clean Air Acts were .
finally passed, and the EPA (En- Some progress has been made of '.
vironmental Protection Agency) was course. As of May: 1989,21 of the State's 67
created, somewhat reluctantly by the counties had initiated a curbside program
Federal bureaucracy.As of some type. A March 1990 surveyof
the state's 20 most populous counties,
April 22,1990 approaches,
many pro- 82 of the State'spopulation
comprising percent
blems of the 1960s are worse now than
indicated that some &SO 000
they were then, and new ones dominatethe
news: acid rain (which is still being homes in Florida were participating in a \f
debated by the "experts"): habitat curbside collection program.In / Miiir

destruction (with more and more animal October 1390 all counties must sub- -
species becoming endangered or mit complete reports on their programs.
extinct), and ozone layer depletion, Achieving 30 percent recycling by 1994 ,
which exposes us to deadly ultravioletrays will not be easy, even though the Act provides _
as more and more forests are grants and awards to help local ,
destroyed.It governments reach this goal.

isn't a pretty, nor a comforting pic-
ture that confronts us this Earth Day The Tri-County Landfill organizationthat s -:ax

1990, in spite of mankind's continuing includes Bradford, Baker,and Union $ / ,
but sometimes halfhearted efforts to a committee in :,A
clean it up. each participating county to implementthe x-

Take recycling, for instance, which necessary recycling mechanism. A
agrees would solve the landfill successful Recycling Awareness Day
problem if people would "just do it". But program has not been developed or put
into action of the three.
by
in spite of optimistic reports from state any

agencies, there is little hard evidence, at Jack Lawson a columnist writing in
least in this part of Florida, that peopleare "Florida EnvIronments" magazines,
it".
"just doing "
: Earth Day should be a
William Hinkley, administrator of celebration to teach us to appreciate this
DER's Solid Waste Section is quoted as wonderful world more..* Nature may be .
'
saying that the Wall Street Journal called enchanting: it is also merciless. It obeys ,
Florida's 1988 Solid Waste ManagementAct its own inexorable laws -not our wishes.
"the most ambitious assault on solid Conventional wisdom says if we want to Relic of Florida Boom Days Remembered

,was>( key weird is "attempted". better stop dreaming and start doing. Another bit of Starke history bit the dust last agency there until 1938. His son, Ed Torode then;
week when the old Torode Chevrolet building, a ,took over and operated the agency until 1955.
I .. relic of Florida boom days, fell before the sledge After that a number of other car dealers had
hammer. occupied the building for short periods, until it
pPIo4 ORD cot, The building was originally built in the late was sold to Jimmy Moore for his Sun Sports

.itili 1920s, during the peak of the Florida real estate operation.The final sale was to Terwillegar FordMotors
.;. p4' boom, by Ford Dealer J.W. (Joe) Andrews, Jr., who purchased it in 1982. It was torn
who was caught in the 1929 stock market crash down by the current owner, Byron Terwillegar,
.o a and could not keep up payments with auto sales to make room for additional car display.
Cj Ice FtJKHnON-JOHN M.MUM; careening like everything else.
TION p..n.1.... The building construction had been financed The building was a fine example of the Spanish
Published each Thursday and.nt.r.d on Second Class Mitts at with a loan from Starke attorney. Senator type architecture that prevailed In South Florida
the Post Offlc: at Stark.Florida uxtof Act of March 3. 1.79. Markley Johns, brother of the late Charley during the real estate boom of the 1920s.

Drawer" *944-4305 Subscription Rat In Trade Area: year $800 six months Johns. Senator Johns died prematurely in the Decorative made it arches, and tile roof and ornamentation -
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Holy Week Services Begin April 9 at First Baptist --_.- -- -
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Holy Week services, which begin Monday, April 9 Music by the First United Marks Episcopal Church an 1Setlhel _
Monday! April t and continue Preaching by Father Hochheim, Methodist Church of Starke. Baptist Church. '.
through Friday,April 13,will be held St. Edwards Catholic Church. Music by the First Baptist Church _
In the Starke First Baptist Church Lunch to be furnished by Madison Wednesday, April 11 of Starke. i
Fellowship Hall, completed in late Street Baptist Church and the First Preaching by Rev1. Blaine, retired f
1989. Presbyterian Church of Starke. AME District Superintendent.Lunch : I
Friday, April 13
The one hour church service each Music by New Bethel Baptist to be furnished by the First
day will include lunch at 12:05: p.m., Church United Methodist Church of Starke Preaching by Rev. Pearce, Mt.
followed by a song service and a ser- and Grace United Methodist Churchof Zion.
mon.While food will be furnished by Lawtey.Music Lunch to be furnished by the First
various churches, there will be a $1 by First Presbyterian Baptist Church of Starke and Victory
charge per person per meal, to Tuesday, April 10 Church of Starke.Thursday Baptist Church of
defray the cost of paper products. A Preaching by Father Gil Crosby, Music by the First Christian
free will offering will be taken each St. Marks Episcopal Church. Church of Starke.
e day to support the Ministerial Lunch to be furnished by St. Ed- April 12
Association. wards Catholic Church First Chris- Preaching by Rev. Henry McKin- Everyone is invited to attend the
The schedule of events for the. tian Church of StarfCe and' Mt. ney, Madison Street Baptist Church. cooperative church services, sponsored
week: ('Afv' ,."., w..r> ).1 rhurrh Lunch to be furnished by St. by area churches.

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!: First Baptist Ordains 3 to Deacon Ministry...
" ..J".; The First United Methodist church during regular. worship passage through the Garden of Call Street. Rev Jerry Patton will From left.Factor Ben Bryant congratulate Kevin Ellwon.W.L. Durban and
Church of Starke will hold special hours, 8:45 and 11 a.m. Gethsemane.Ila bring the message.The Sitm SenhrnU.The First Baptfct Church el Starke ordained the three to
services during the Easter Season, Palm Sunday will be highlightedby Hesleth will portray Mary, as church will hold two services .en*a* deacon of the church Sunday night,March S3."
beginning with Palm Sunday ser- the receiving of the Confirmation she prepares for her son to be Easter Sunday Morning, with the Fist Baptbt hat a rotating deacon fcuowihlp composed of 18 men. Each man
vices, Sunday morning, April 8. Class, music and the Palm crucified
special on the cross. first at 8:45.During I*elected by congregation to erve a three-year term deacon.
, Maundy Thursday services are Crosses. The Confirmation Class Good Friday evening April 13, a the Sunday School hour, One of the function
primary of the deacon I
? scheduled Thursday evening, April will be received at the 11 a.m. wor- Tennebrae service will be held, 7-8 children will decorate the cross In *ministry to the spiritual and
12, at 7:30 p.m. A Good Friday"Tennebrae" ship hour. Special music will be p.m., symbolically, the closing and the courtyard with flowers, a tradi- physical need of the church famllle.
service will be held Friday solos and a choir anthem. draping of the church until Easter tion of long standing with the local
evening, 7-8 p.m.Methodist Sunday. church.
Maundy Thursday service will be Sunday morning, at 7 a.m.,
will join with held,Thursday evening at 7:30: p.m., Methodists will join with During the 11 o'clock hour special
Presbyterians in a'n Easter Sunrise in the sanctuary. The service will include Presbyterians and others in a music is planned. Cana Schmidt and
service, at 7 a.m. participation in the last supperin Sunrise Service on the parking lot of Carol Milner will sing in a duet, and
Easter Sunday services In the the Upper Room, followed by a the Presbyterian Church on East Rev. Dwight McQueen will preach.

PINEHURST

a School Board Considering. $540,000 Computer PurchaseHow 96&.5S1 VARIETY ova,
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do you pay$540,000 over the "It is expensive, a tremendous But Supt Duncan assured the new school buses to get pre-1977 pmm
next five years for 177 computersand undertaking," Supt. Duncan said board that he"...would not be taking buses off regular routes, and some Save
7 file by
servers for the classroom, Monday night, March 26. anything away from any current overloaded buses.And, there always money making your
the Bradford Jim School Board wonders. "But we're so far behind," in fur- budget to do this," meaning to buy seem to be roofs to be repaired or own Easter outfit.
Supt. Duncan said there is nishing computers to classrooms, the computers.Payments replaced.The .
$100,000 available from state com- said Board Member Len Schlofman. on the computers will 25% OFF ALL FABRICS
puter grants and some holdover in "There's no other way to go,"said run )
approximately $! ,OOO per month school board seems to be
equipment money But where will Board Member James (Cobby) over the five com- We have
just received
the remainder of the board mitted to the computer purchase for a large selection of beautiful
from, school board money members come Wainwright. The school has yet to begin classroom instruction improvement. spring! pastel prints and solids just in time for Easter.
work on its 90-91 budget. Talk so far Supt. Duncan is he we also
wonder. approaching purchase are having a sale on 3 and 4
our
Schlofman asked
Duncan
"" Supt. if is that education is in for a two per with committment. A school spool
The school board gave a 5-0 okay he had any idea about a funding cent increase from the state, which committee studied computers com- sergers.$100.00 Off Regular Price.
for the administration to request source. Supt. Duncan then mentioned will about fund the annual ex- panies for over a before
direct quotations from IBM Corp. to the $100,000 from the state perience step-up raises built into the mending IBM. The year committee recom-was CRAITS Stop in and visit our craft section.
buy the computers. IBM is offering technical !grant.! current salary schedule. Impressed with the support and the We are having a 25% OFF SALEon
the equipment at less than the state "It's going to be a tight (budget) The school board has not bought IBM networking capability. Plus, all of our ready-made crafts and
bid price Supt. Duncan said,and he year," said Supt. Duncan, adding classroom computers since 1977, ex- with the Writing to Read Program in have baskets, bunnies and supplies. We
: anticipates the state Deparmtent of he's to shut down ribbons for making
> ". getting ready pur- cept for special education. some schools there is a tie-in with those
Education will give approval. chase orders for this school term. Plus,there are needs such as more IBM. very special Easter baskets and much more.

Bring your items for alterations. Zippers, hems,

I Construction Permits Return to Normal In March After Downturnby anything you need!

Come in and browse while
doing
i your your
Butter Rahnsc7 issued in March with four being the 64 permits issued, almost enoughto -1 Signs & Billboards, $1,200 laundry at our adjoining laundromat and
Staff WriterBradford issued in each of the two prior mon- fund the office for the month. -4 Electrical, $1,050 -last pick up
County issued twice as -7 Sheds, $42,100 your minute grocery items and a snack or
many permits for new single family ths.The dollar volume doubled also, Permits Issued: change for the washing machines and dryers.
residences in March as it did for with construction in the county ex- -21 Mobile Homes, $157,800 -G Pole Barns, $48,800
either January or February, or to ceeding $1 million for first
the time -8 Single Family Residences, -1
put it another way, March permits In both the preceedingmonths $501,800 Lodge Camp, $68.000I Hwy. 100 S. Across from Southside Elementary
equaled January and February permits the volume was $500.000. -1 addition. $68,000
issued combined. Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal -4 Upgrade & Hereof. $11,500 Remodel Cedar River, $28,000
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Eight single family permits were said fees collected totaled $3,904. for -2 Pools and Decks, $20,000 -6 Other Jobs., $84,800.
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I ocial Events.-- Engagements ....... Janet Tim Hughes Montgomery,


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.Engagements* I Ij Kim Matheny, Fred "Bo" WheelerTo and Mrs. David H. Mon-
; Wed Friday, April 6 tgomery of Starke daughter k.
> Jill-tits.. < Aittniiti Ms. Carol Matheny of Alachua announces the upcoming marriage of Janet,to Tim Hughes,son of Mr.andMrs.
her daughter Kim, to H. Fred "Bo" Wheeler,son of Mr. and Mrs.Fred Hubert. Hughes of Green Cove
Wheeler, Jr. of Starke. Springs.
The ceremony will be an event of Friday,April,at 7 p.m.at the homeof The bride-elect is a graduate of
the groom's parents in Starke. Bradford High School attends Santa
Kim attended Alachua County schools and is currently employed with Fe Community College and is
the School Board. Bo is a graduate of Bradford High School and is employed by Gibson Greetings Inc.
employed with Stevenson Construction Company in Starke. The bridegroom-elect is a
No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives of the coupleare graduate of Clay High School and is
Si invited to attend the informal ceremony. employed by the Florida National
Guard at Camp Standing.
Sherri Gaskins, Stacey BowenTo The wedding is planned for June 23

Wed Friday, April 6 at the First Presbyterian Church in
Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Gaskins of Starke announce the upcoming marriage
of their daughter,Sherri! Marie,to Stacey James Bowen,son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bowen.
The wedding ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday,April in Pine r
Level Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the occa-
sion, reception will be held following the ceremony.

Joanie (Be-Be) Richards, Brian DuggerTo

i Wed Saturday, May 5

Ms. Joan C. Richards and Stanley W. Richards of Starke announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joanie (Be-
T s Be) to Brian Dugger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Dugger of Starke. w
r The wedding will be Saturday,May 5,at 4:30: p.m.on Sampson Lake at .
t' the home of Tommy and Barbara Ann Cooper. No local invitations are be- t
ing sent but all family and friends are cordially invited to attend.



_____ Shari Mobley,
Tracy PrevattTo

Wed April 21

Christine Clark and Richard Clarkof _. .
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Y+ if'I'if'I's. if'I'I I Lake Butler announce the engage- Penny Brown,John Cowart
t r ment of their daughter/step- I
daughter, Shari Annette Mobley, of Penny Brown, John Cowart, III To Wed April 21
Hampton, to Tracy Allen Prevatt,of
Mr. &Mrs. George E. Davis Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Ms. Janet Brown of Gaistenbery, riage at the home of the
Prevatt,also of Hampton.The MD and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy groom-elect's parents in Starke on
Karen Buhler George Davis wedding is set for April 21,at 5pm Brown of Alabama announce the April 21, at 4 p.m.
if'I'i Starke.The In First Baptist Church of engagement and approaching mar-
riage of their daughter, Penny A. The bride-elect is presently
Exchange Vows Feb. 3 bride-elect is a graduate of Brown of Starke, to John J. Cowart, employed with Miller Enterprises.The .
Bradford High School and is presently III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny groom-to-be is a 1979 graduateof
Karen Jean Buhler of Hampton daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Buhler and employed at U.C.I. Cowart, Jr., also of Starke. Bradford High School and is
The
groom-to-be attended The will be united in mar- employed by Armstrong Electric.
Edward Davis of couple
the late Richard Buhler of Hamfton. and George son Keystone Heights High School and is
Mr. and Mrs. George Hampton, were united in marriage
presently employed 6y UPS. "
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Saturday, Feb. 3, at 7:30: p.m. in the Starke Woman's Club. A reception will follow the wed- < :A '&}Attendthe'40th; -:Annual:
Reverend Raymond A. Williams of Hampton performed the nuptials. ',. /_, _. .
ding ceremony in the Fellowship ""- < '''''- '''' A''
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Lavon Drives of Starke was pianist for the ceremony.The I Hall. AU friends and relatives of the -,' ''?>n" %,:$: $; 3zdJd"'0'J'E *''.',* -
traditional candlelight ceremony was performed, with vows I {. alP ? >h-
couple are cordially invited to attend /&.i* !;
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repeated along with a special rose dedication presented by the bride to /" -*'& /"[' ,: t".<" / .d'""" '6'
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her mother and the groom to his mother. The rings the bride and groom "J.l.Pr.fi''Aill0" ;, Tu? "ril'l-lAR-: !%!
exchanged were given as c gift from the mother of the bride. They have a s @j

25-year history of love and devotion. --.- -
The stage was centered with an arch candelabra, flanked on each side
with pedestal urn arrangements of red and white flowers. The flowers in
each arrangement consisted or white gladiola,red and white carnations, EARLY
snowflake poms, babys breath and monticasino. On each side of the arrangements SALE ENDS
a spiral candelabra accented the stage. Marking the SPRING APRIL 15th.
aisleway were 6 free-standing candelabra. Palms were used throughoutthe GOLDKIST
Woman's Club as points of Interest.
Attending the groom as best man was Scott Dans,brother of the groom
from Hampton. Ushers were Barry Moore of Melrose, Jeffery
Hampton. They wore white tuxedos accented with red bow tie and cummerbund -

Attending. the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Kimberly Baker, "r.
soster of the bride, from Hampton.She wore a red taffeta dress with puff- ,
ed elbqw length sleeves,wide red waistline sashes,tied into a large low in [
back balloon hemlines with red matching shoes completed the ensemble.
She carried a lit brandy snifter accented with a fresh cascade.of red and I
white mini carnations,-ivy and ribbons. Attendant3rAir. : $Uto-Kllby of ; i ie.4 it .
Starke and Miss Laura Padgett of Starke wore similar outfltS'arid carried '1 >}(' ,."
flowers the same as the matron of honor.
Given in marriage by her brother, Craig A. Buhler from Arley,
Alabama, the bride wore a gown of white organza with a Queen Anne
neckline and puffed mutton sleeves extending to a point at the hands.The
bodice and front panel extending to the floor were appliqued lace with ir-
ridescent sequins and seed pearls.The cathedral length train was also ac- SPRING FERTILIZERS Dog Food
cented with lace, irridescent sequins and seed pearls with a lace border. 1 iqloo.
Her headdress was two layers of organza attached to a seed pearl head- 27-3-5
band accented with flowers and pearls on each side of the headband. She $490 Special '
carried a fresh cascade of white roses, mini carnations and Ivy. Living Lawn Ice Chest
Nikki Baker of Hampton, niece of the bride, and Kristin Bradley of Save $1.00 on all 40
Starke, niece of the groom, were flower girls. They carried white lace lb. bags Hi Protein 71 48 QUART
baskets dropping red rose and white carnation petals. They wore tea 25-3-3
length white taffeta dresses with a wide red sash tied into a large bow in -Reg. $10.50 l l/
back and wore red matching shoes. Weed & Feed
Jeffery Lee Baker, Jr., nephew of the bride, of Hampton, was ring For Bahia $699
bearer. He wore a white tuxedo with tails, accented with red bowtie and sAtiE $9 50 -
cummerbund. He carried a heart shaped, white lace pillow with white ,
ribbons.
Following the ceremony the bride's table was the focal point of the 25-5-10
rooms.The table was centered with a three tiered cake on columns over a
bubbling fountain. The cake was decorated with red roses. The top was Azalia Camelia Rose Dog Ration
decorated with a pair of swans enclosed in a clear heart.The second heart 40 Ib. Reg. $8.50 $750
layer held the bride's throw bouquet of small red roses. On each side of Fertilizer .SU1n.HI..dc-____
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bride's and grooms names. The grooms cake was on a separate table. It bold"'w''''odd_ .,,ln'1Id1O'
was a deep mocha chocolate with mocha chocolate icing and had the () .Ccfo,.a4p b.ndl..we.d.dow?Imp.
bride and grooms names on it also. \S Dog Chunks := / ;: will.upp.lupto 3alnr
The cake was cut and served by Jean Brownell, Tracey Elliot and ( $ $595 $750 ., 4 ew'.. now. ro -
Robin Brownell, aunt and cousins of the bride from Wisconsin. Guest Spl ba) 40 lb.- Reg. $8.50 .p--

book was kept by Alicia Baker with Kerry Davis, niece of the groom, While Supplies Last $2I 95
passing around the traditional throw bird seed. Item 47076912
Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Craig Buhler and daugter from -
Arley, Ala, brother and sister of the bride; Mrs. Jean Brownell and 2"x
4"
daughter, Robin, from Oak Creek Wis., aunt and cousin of the bride; Cat Food Welded 48"f / 99
Mrs. Tracy Elliott of Franklin, Wis., cousin of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. $175 50' ro1114 ga. fence
David Karp and daughter, from Land O'Lakes, Fla., Mrs. MaryLee Lin- 31/2 Ib. Wrangler
coln and daughters of Panama City; Mrs. Larry Davis, aunt of the Fence Post
groom, Slocumb, Ala.; Mrs. Donell Scarbough, cousin of the groom, Stone Washed
Slocumb, Ala.; Mr. John Dana of Slocumb, and Rona Phillips also of 61/2' x 3" $170
ea.
Slocumb, Ala.
A special thanks to Hjalmar Wilson, Brenda and Tommy Francis for Tuber 10'Gate Jeans
endless and friendship. Puppy gist
their help $595 $3999
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Class of 1937 birthday.His .
friends and relatives were In- TUCKER
Enjoys ReunionAt vited to call between the hours of 2 GRILL
Kingsley Lake and ap.m. .Unbr..kabta tm.h ooetedner
Traditional cake and punch were s yr 1odt Whlis suppUa last
Members of BHS class of : y
1937
served, as well as other appetizers. Sprue*pm bottom with
celebrated their 53rd reunion with a Everyone enjoyed watching Rod- UgM>pruca gran cow 15000 26,000 BTU and Rocky Mountain
social and dinner on March 31 at the man tear into his gifts. eircM*
home of-Bobbie Faye and Tommy The festive occasion was cohostedby $11995 Jeans and Shirts in
Blackshear on Kingsley Lake. Robert and Sylvia Rodman, Jr. UJL $1699
Those attending enjoyed visiting and Gloria at the home of the lateron Stock.
video, picture-taking, and boat rides Lake Loch Lommand Drive in -- -
from 1 to 4 p.m. Snacks of Bradford Keystone Heights.' Nat Exciting Spring Colon Arriving Duly
County strawberries, chips and dips
were served to the 14 classmates and BirthsAshley ,JHMcQALGQt Sale-Gurd o..on.Iat
their spouses and friends, a total of GAS B1oc>. mot.2 \

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Kitty and Shi Smith Jr., Robbie daughter, Ashley Sharon, born etnl.ma .
Smith, Elaine Wood, Barbara and March 2, in West Germany. ENCEPHOL-PLUS : -
Dale Brown. Rose and Buck Gill Maternal grandparents are _.d__ ,.IM 0_, CEJ .
and Linda and Jimmy Smith. The LuAnne and Roger Rowe of Starke. Killed Virus Vaccine. .""a.._ .- \:
fish were donated by Johnnie and Maternal greatgrandparents are .1r-1IaUIe4.,
Corinne Broughton and the late ==..""Ea"'d .'p.-; :; &p
Edwin Johns and Andy Chaff. "
2226 N.
The class extends thanks to all Willis Broughton, also of Starke. I tre.' -:, d."dT..a.' Temple Ave U.S. 301 N.
Paternal grandparents are Sheri S 9 $11995 Starke FL
who helped to make this an enJoyable -' .
and successful event.A and Albert Barnes. Paternal great 964-7871
grandparents are Mrs. Myrtle _-
picnic basket equipped with supplies .11
was presented to Bobbie Faye Barnes all of Starke; and Robert .
.: and Tommy in appreciation of their and Doris Bagwell of Denver Col
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Thank you to Sheriff Etheridgeand ''' L. '- talked to the class about a career in
and look the "lost and
through Gill for this English. Amanda Manning; Math, ''R'.il t; ''''
SES News. found" if your child has lost clothesat Deputy making Rasheeta l,'; I,;' cooking. She prepared an omelette
.. school. Also, on Friday, April 6, outstanding students.program available to Charlene Chandler'I; I Spelling, ',W,I. for each child. The children had
we are going to all such clothingon our Kenneth If'. some more "hands-on" experienceswith
put Classroom Newsi The Third Rhonda Williams and Car- ... ,
"!r; animals. Cheryl Miller broughtIn
Principal' j
Menage Importantdates display outside the school office mlchael. .
Grade classes have started their ,., ". :;:.: ." some baby chickens; Charlene
: Apr.6,P.T.O.to Mil snocones for students and parents to review. Starke ; ..:\.1. :.
dinosaur unit. We Elementary students and
and popcorn at SES.AprlI7AprlI15 Officer Phil Visits SES: On March are making teachers .. .... "dinosaur mud" this week. During are enjoying mini grant -- J Our new unit is on Ocean Life.This
Break 27, Sheriff Etheridge, Gill
School. : Spring No Officer Henry, and Officer Deputy Philvisited the time of these huge creatures,the projects. Mrs. Walnwright and Mrs.cLeod'g week we had many interesting shellsto
Apr. 17-7 p.m. in SES Cafeteria. with us. "Officer Phil" (Ken ground must have. been horribly classes are doing :r examine. Thank you to Jessica
muddy and mushy.Don't "Developing Thinking Skills .
Bradford County School Board to Groves) talked to our 3rd, 4th, and Schlosser Matt Petersen, "Tract
forget: Next week is our Through Hands-On Activities in Cruce, Charlene Farlow, Adam
hold Its annual SES Budget 5th graders about chemical
Easter Egg Hunt. Science".
Workshop. All our parent and staff awareness and how to "Say No" to Wainwright, Ryan Carter, and
Mrs. Strong's Fifth Grade Class: Mrs. Gruen's grant Is Launching Cheryl Miller for sharing their shell
members are cordially Invited to at- drugs. Our students learned a great Student of the Week Rockets to ii'-::
tend. deal and really enjoyed OfficerPhil's Reading,Joel Study "Energy Forc Mra.Patterson's Pre-lst Class:;To collections with the class. We are
Rodgers; Science, Lewis Allen; Both projects are educational and conclude the Career Unit on Friday, looking forward to the trip to
Clothes in
School presentation.
Lost & Found: Social !ShiHiA Okeima Jackson enjoyable for the students.
: March Marineland
We have a lot.of nice winter clothing A_ 23. Charlene Farlow's mom on Friday, Aprl118--_
(coats JaCKets, sweaters, etc.) that
have been lost by our students.
please feel fins to rnm hv nur of flr..

1-T--: USDA Choice Beef

Southside
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Elem. News BONELESSCHUCK

Calendar of Events: Apr. 6, '
Career Day; Apr. 9-13, Spring $188

Break Booth;Open.Apr. 10.14 Southside Fair p

Fair News:
All students at Southside Elemen- I a
tary are allowed and encouraged to
enter the Safety Belt Poster contest .*. ,
sponsored by Mr. Rod Buchele at
4H. All students entering will .
receive money and a ribbon.. First
prize is a blue ribbon and $1.00; 2nd _
prize, red ribbon and 75 cents; third /, ROAST SUM. MOM. TUES. WED. THIJH fill. SAT,
prize is a white ribbon and 50 cents.
Your child must draw the picture on I 3 4 I a 1
a 12x18 sheet of paper. On the backof a

the poster, please put the full Prices In this ad good Monday,
of the child, Southside
name April 2 thru Sunday April 8, 1990.
Elementary, teachers name age
and grade. These posters are due no
later than Friday, Apr. 6. Please NollY
send them to Mrs. Tetstone's class. farms
Our students are busily doing artwork Small Grade
< TillerLb.
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to enter in the Southside Fair ,
booth.: Our schoolwide project is a
quilt being sewn together by fourth
grade. A big thanks to our
volunteers for helping with this pro- 4ZKENack
ject. Each child was fingerprintedand
these will be displayed on the
quilt. Look for our booth at the Brad-
ford County Fair, Apr. 10.14.Mrs. .
Lopez 4th Grade: We continue
to enjoy visiting the nursing
home. Students making the trip
were: Patricia Foster,Johnny; Hunt,
Jason Nash, Jill Gnann, Nicholas

O'Neal Danielle hung and Danielle a wreath she Barnett.made Red,' White, Or BlueSEEDLESS

just for the nursing home In the sun
room. It looks beautiful! _
Language Arts class are enjoying -
looking at fairy tales with a twist _
through "parodies". Word origins -
have lead us to finding the meanings GRAPES
of our first and last names. Thank 18-25 Ct. Head
you public library for the use of the U Crisp Iceberg
reference books. JUMBOSHRIMP. Lettuce/Stalk Crisp

multiplication Math students with 2-digits.are battling Regina Lb. 5.99 Crunchy Celery Lb .

Thompson, Krystal Allen, Michale 31-40 Ct. Lb. Red Ripe
Pemperton, Micah Morgan, Amy C
Taylor, Lanecia Williams, Kim MEDIUM. ToniatoeslSHRIMP.
Lanecia and Wandarda Ray have 4.59 Lb. Fresh Green Beans
defeated their facts, which makes Lb.
the computation so much easier. I -I 'A h "
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From', Mrs. Rcddlsha.This rw eki.* .... to.u.nu."l4.Uf0.6080, Ct J A.4j'.* ,JH U.jj i.gV,. -*****. nan n... 'r,
we've {begun reading -Nat "thGreat" !'* MALL > -v 69
It s a story involving a boy % L C
and a lost recipe for breakfast. This (Daily80\ 1 SHRIMP. Lb. 3.59
Friday we'll eat breakfast in our
classroom. Parents have
volunteered to bring in orange juice, 6 ROUND
milk, rolls, Jelly, and butter. There \ '
are 'Nate the Great" books in our ,ro "Your Choice"BEEF
school library. If you would like to Fresh Whole "
Sunkist Bunch Fresh Green
read one, check it out.
Leigh Johns contributed three /
goldfish and Carrie Westcott con- LEMONS/ HeadBROCCOLI
tributed a mouse to our classroom. CATFISHW )
Thanks, girls!_ ) $
Mrs. Godwin's Math and Science 88) PACKAGED CAULIFLOWER
classes have been using food to S
learn. The math class used different Fresh ORANGES ASPARAGUSn
types of candy to measure and the
science class observed pudding be-
ing made as an introduction to mat Lb.CATfiSH FILETS

ter.On Friday, March 16, the 11/$179/
Kindergarten classes of Southside $299Lb. 99
Elem. went on a community tour of C
Starke. We would like to thank the
following businesses:
Mitchell's Drugs, the ice cream _
was delicious; Allen's Office Sup- N N N a no
1
plies and Printing,the printing press ?
was interesting to watch; Bradford
County Fire Department,thanks for
letting us sit in a real fire truck;
Bradford County Library, we en- Queen 4 Oz Sliced Beef
Freezer 0
2 Liter Met Coke Caffeine
joyed the dinosaur story and mat- 1.5 Gallo Rhine Chablis Pink B el/5 Oz SlicedTurkeySalisbury
ching game,thank you-Donna;San- OLD MILWAUKEE, Burgundy, Free Diet Coke Creamed Chipped Steak
ta Fe Community College, Mrs. Chablls,Red Rose VIn Rose,Premium Frozen
Yawn, we enjoyed our tour of the OLD MILWAUKEE LT. Blush( COKE CLASSIC COOKING BAGS
Vito's, Gus,the pizzas were
college;
delicious! Thanks for deliveringthem oz./6 pk en ,

community to the helpers park. You! are all truly $ O9 .$ 79 unB''C 2/89c/ _5111 INII(



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Gospel Sing Set 8 Oz Elbow Macaroni/Reg. 18.5 Oz. Butter Gold/ 10 Oz. Blueberry/Cinnamon & e. 5 Ct. 5 Oz. Buttermilk Biscuits

For Saturday NightThe Or Thin SpaghettiMUELLER'S 18.25 Oz.'Devlis Food/White/Yellow Raisin/12 Oz. Egg/Omon/6 Ct. PlainLENDER'S HUNGRY JACK

public is cordially Invited to CAKE MIXES
PASTA DUNCAN NINES BAGELS
Church of
attend a Gospel Sing at

God night,of April Prophecy, at 7:30, Inc.p.m.Saturday
2/89/
The Thornton Family will be guest k = CMuellersjf
entertainers.pastor. Rev. W.T. Laney, 1.79c/ = 'i19c


Woman's Club _
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Monthly MeetingSet .
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for Apr. 18 ;: ,' _
Club of Starke will 1j-'- __
hold The their Woman's regular monthly meeting w.of,. NA/CN.D. ..-W....-. 0 20 Lb. Dog Food 39 Oz. Detergent
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at the clubhouse on Wednesday 24 Ounce
April 18. The Executive Board will PURINA MAINSTAY BOLD 3 _
be hostesses for this luncheon and WESSON CORN OIL
will be annual reports
the program

from chairmen.officers It will and begin committee with lun- $179V


cheon W.T.Service at Weeks 12 noon.Set Chapter 990 .II_ $499j _


The W.T. Weeks Chapter U.D.C.
will hold their Memorial Service at _
Monument at
the Confederate
if1 i i 1
Crosby Lake Cemetery on Sunday,
April 22,at 3 p.m. The regular monthly
meeting will be on Monday,
April 23.at the home ol Mrs.Herbert
omaV. 818 W. Pratt Street, with
Ms. Rhoda Dampier hostess at 10:30

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IIA TKI.EURAPH April 1900
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Box B, storde, Florlda 32091.The name boundary. "'''.;0'' feet to n ton prwFOB.
Southerly right of line 371.82 feet to WITNESS hand and seal of said
way my the From POB thus described continueN
of
an Iron pipe on the Westerly right of Court on this 26th day of March 1990. and address personal representative
way OMO'31"" E sold W'ly boundary,
and of the personal along
representative's
line of Tom Hall Street also known as RAY
( NORMAN
I [ LINiiic1INVITATION attorney are set forth below. 79.29 feet to an Iron pipe; thenre S
Church Grade); thence run S <07W W Clerk of Court Interested persons ore required to 89*52'37" W, 100.0 feet to a concrete
along said Westerly right of way line By: To.her.1I.n., Deputy Clerk
W
file with the court WITHIN THREE MONTHS monument; thence S 00'3I"! parallelwith
85.35 feet 40.")
thence N 8939' East 3294tchg4l9Control
; run '
-... ... FROM THE DATE Of THE FIRST said W'ly boundary, 79.80 feet to on
f..t to on Iron pipe on the Easterly rightof No.421
PUBLICATION OP THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all Iron pipe; thence N B9'35'16" E, parallel
way line of Tom Hall Street; thencerun and ((2)) objection with sold 100.00 f....' to
FOR BIDS claims the estate any N'ly boundary
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE against
N 0749' E along said Easterly. right of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'way line 154.50 feet to an Iron pipe and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT by an Interested person too whom the POB
The City of Stark, Florida will IN AND FOR the Point of thence continueN notice was mailed that challenges the at public outcry to the highest and
'
receive' Bids for Water Main Expansions FLORIDA Beginning; INTAND FOR validity of the will, the qualifications of best bidder for cash ol the hour of J 12
BRADFORD COUNTY 07W E along said Easterly right of BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
Part 1 and 2. Phot I until 10:00: a.m. 90-IS-CA the personal representative, venue orjurisdiction o'clock Noon on April 24 1990. at the
CASE NO: line 77.21 feet to Iron pipe
way an ; CASE NO.) 89-87-CP
local time the 16th of front door of the Bradford County Courthouse
on day April 199O of the court.'
IN RE The Marriage of thence leave said of
: Easterly right way FILE NO: 1-4080
NOT at Starke Florida.
City Hall OBJECTIONS ,
100 Thompson Street P.O. ALL CLAIMS AND
RICHARD GLENN MYER. line and run N B9"39'00" E 202.07 feet to PROBATE DIVISIONIN
Drawer C, Stark, Florida 32091. at SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Dated: March 13 1990.
Husband an Iron pipe on the East line of the W 1/2 RE: THE ESTATE OF
:
which time all Bids will b.publicly open.ed Date of the first publication of this RICHARD L. COX. JR.
and
of the
S
SW 1/4 of SW 1/4; thence run EUGENIA MORROW
and read aloud. of March 29. 1990. United States Marshal'
natke administration:
DONNA JEAN MYER. 00*5l'02' W along said Easterly line Deceased.
Th. project will consist of a water Attorney for Personal Middle District of Florida
WIf. 76.50 feet to Iron thence leax/e.
an pipe; / NOTICE OF DMIN .tlAtlQN.
RALPH J. LEE
main extension and connections to existing NOTICE OF ACTIONTO said East line and run S B9W' W 21'."7 The administration of the Estate of Representative: Assistant' United States
and all related Incidental RICHARD E.
piping
: DONNA JEAN MYER 6421 Baylor feet to the point of beginning.and Eugenia Morrow Deceased Cake No., WELTY.
work Items the CHARTEREDBy Attorney
required to complete Avenue, Keystone Heights, Florida. It further appearing that Defendants 89-87-CP. Is pending the Circuit Court for Plaintiff
..k drawn and Richard Attorney
wt as specified to providea E. Welty
that action
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED an John N. Goodman and Diane C. for Bradford County Florida'ProbateDivision
3/22 4tchg 4/12:
complete and operable facility. 954 N. Ter"" Avenue
for dissolution of marriage and Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones cannot the address of which Is Brad Florida; Control Number 402
This
project will be funded by the Cityof Stark. 32091
Starke, Florida. other relief has been filed against you In be served within the State of Florida; ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida Florida Bar 1446259049648OIO
the above-styled Court and you are re- that It Is not practicable to serve them 32091. -
Each Proposal must be accompaniedby
quired to serve a copy of your written personally; and they have not voluntarily The name and address of the Personal NATIONAL BANK
Bid Security In an amount not ,less FIRST UNION NOTICF OF INTENTIONTO
defenses, If any to It on TERENCE M. appeared herein; It Is therefore Representative and the Personal
than five FLORIDABy
percent ((5%) of the amount OF REGISTER
BROWN. ESQUIRE. Terence M. Brown ORDERED as follows: Representatlve'i'attorney are set forth
bid. Bid Security shall be either a certified .. : Patricia Garlan FICTITIOUS NAME
P.A., Post Office Box 40 Starke, Florida 1. Defendants John N. Goodman and below '
check a cashiers check or a Bid PATRICIA GARLAN Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida
32091-0040, on or before the 7th of May Diane C. Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones All Interested persons are required to
Bond.
No Proposal be withdrawnfor Trust Officer
Statutes Is that the
notice
may hereby given
1990 and file the original with the Clerkof shall file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON
In this and to
a period of sixty ((60)) days after the appear cause plead 225 Water Street, Tower 7 undersigned, Robert E. taunt, Rt. 1. Box
this Court either before service THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
on the complaint filed herein on of before OF THIS
Bid
opening date.Plans Jacksonville FL 32231
755 N.E. 15th St. Starke. Florida
( ), 32091
the above-mentioned or Immediately NOTICE: ((1)) all claims the estate
the
Specifications, and Contract attorney April 30 1990 or In default thereof against Personal Representative
sole business under the
doing
Documents be examined at Starke thereafter otherwise a Court shall proceed to judgement In this and ((2)) any objection by an Interested : 3/29 2tchg 4/05 owner
may firm of CAR
name E EQUIPMENT CO., Rt.
default will be entered against you for cause to the extent provided for by Section person to whom notice was mailed that
City Hall or at the office of Bessent. Control No. 423
1 Box
Starke FL
755 32091 Intends toregl.ter
Hammock 8 Ruckman Inc., 1900 Corporate the relief demanded In the Petition 1655 Title 28 United States Code challenges the validity of the Will the
WITNESS hand and the official seal qualifications of the Personal said fictitious name under the
Square Boulevard Jacksonville, my as If said Defendants had been served Representative
aforesaid
Florida 32216 ((904)) 7212991. of this Court on the 13th day of March with process within the State of Florida. venue, or jurlsdlctfon of the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO statute.
1990. Court. Dated this 21st duy of March. A.D.,
3/29 2tchg 4/05 2. This order be published In a REGISTER
CLERK OF THE COURTBy ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS 1990 In Bradford County.
NOT
Control No. 417 newspaper of general' circulation In FICTITIOUS NAME
: Coral Williams, Deputy Clerk Bradford County Florida not less than SO FILED WITH BE FOREVER BARRED. 3/294tpd 4/19

TERENCE M. BROWN ESQ. once each week for six consecutive Publication of this Notice has begunon Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida

NOTICEOF TERENCE M. BROWN, PA.A. weeks prior to the return date herein-' Thursday March 29 1990. Statute, notice It hereby given that the

Attorney for HusbandP.O. above described. Personal Representative undersigned JAMES A. DILTS. 623 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

SHERIFF'S SALE Box 40 3. Within 10 days after the first Eloise Starling Jones Plnewood' Dr., Starke. FL 32091 and REGISTER

Stark., Florida 32091-0040 publication of notice of this proceeding Post Office BON 356 ERNEST C. VAUGHN. 140 S. Thompson FICTITIOUS NAME
Notice Is hereby given that I I. Kenneth ((904)) 964-8272 the Clerk of Court shall mail by U.S. Moll Stark, Florida 32091 St., !Starke, FL 32091 joint owners, doing Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
sheriff of Bradford
Etherldge, as County Flo. Bar No. 0289612 of Attorney for P.R. business' Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
Florida under and by virtue of Writ of a copy the notice together with a copyof under the firm name of A and A
3/15 4tchg 4/05: Cont. No.400 the Complaint herein to the Defendants DARLA JEAN CHRISTOPHER PAWN 120 East Call Street Starke, undersigned Raymond E. Griffin Jr.,
Execution to-wit: TERENCEM. BROWN, ".A. Florida P.O. Box 362 (Hwy 225) Lawtey Florida
Execution Issued out of County Courtof John N. Goodman and Diane C. 32091 Intends to register told
Bradford County Florida pursuant to UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Goodman f/k/a Diane C. Jones, 900 Tom Post Office Box 40Stork. fictitious name under the aforesaid 32058 sole owner doing business' under

a Final Judgement for Calvin Rodney ofStork. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Hall Street, Slarke, Florida 32091. .. Florida 32091 statute. the firm name of FLEETTECH P.O. Box

.. Florida and against Clara Thorn JACKSONVILLE DIVISION DONE AND ORDERED at Jacksonville, ((904)) 964-8272 Dated this 27th day of March A.D., 362 (Hwy 225)), Lawtey FL 32058 Intendsto

ton defendant In the amount of $750.00 CASE NO. 89732Clv. J.12 Florida this 12th day of March 1990. Fla. Bar No. 0599727 1990 In Bradford County. register said fictitious name under the

together with costs of collection. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER 3/29 2tchg 4/05. I 3/294tpd4/19 aforesaid statute

Have seized, and have In my possession Plaintiff, United Slates Magistrate Control No.424 Doted this 2Ist day of March A.D..

the following described personal vs. 3/22 6tchg 4/26 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1990 In Bradford County.

property to-wit: JOHN H. GOODMAN: DIANE C. GOODMAN Control Number 401 REGISTER UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 4/05 4tpd 4/26
1980 Pontiac 4 dr 1.0. No. FICTITIOUS NAME MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Control No. 416

2Z687A6175253.As f/k/a DIANE C. JONES: and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida JACKSONVILLE DIVISION

the property of the above named DESSIE JACKSON JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Court No.69-728 Civ. J-14

defendant and that on Monday the 9th Defendants. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA undersigned Eugene A. Lat.... 1146 N. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

day of April. 1990 at 2.00 p.m., I will offer ORDER OF SERVICEBY CASE NO.: 90-136-CA Clark Street, Starke, Florida 32091, sole Plaintiff, STARKECHURCH
for sale and sell to the highest bidder
PUBLICATIONThis COMMUNITY STATE BANK owner, doing business' under the firm vs. .
OF GOD
for cash in hand, the above described
of cause came to be heard uponPlaintiff' OF STARKE name of UNITED NETWORK PROMO- SHARON D. COVINGTON..
property said defendant satisfy the
aforesaid Execution. Motion for Order of Service by Plaintiff TIONS. Rt. S Box 7584 US 301 North Defendant 422 N.St.Cklr e 964-543

Kenneth Etherldge Sheriff Publication and It appearing that this vs. Stark., Florida 32091 Intends to register NOTICE OF :SALE John Spratlln, Pastor

Bradford County Florida action has been brought for the enforcement ROBERT HALL, said fictitious name under the aforesaid ,Notice Is hereby given that pursuantto Vte Invite you to worship with us

3/15 4tchg 4/05; Cant. No. 395 of a lien against real property Defendant. statute. ,a Default Judgement entered on Attended Nursery

situated In Bradford County within the NOTICE OF SUIT-NO PROPERTYTO Dated this 20th day of March, A.D.I' March 12, 1990 by the above entitled Sunday School .??_....?......... 10 am

Middle District of Florida and describedas 1990. In Bradford County, Court In the above styled cause, the Morning Worship ............ ........... 11amEvening

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO follows: : ROBERT HALLRESIDENCE 3/22 4tpd 4/12 undersigned United States Martha! or Sorvice .....?._...?..?_.. 6pmW

REGISTER A parcel of land lying In the West One UNKNOWNYOU Control No. 415i' any of his duly authorized deputies will dix day Youth ............-............ 730pm:

FICTITIOUS NAME Half of the SW 1of the SW 1/4 of Sec ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action ..II' the property! situate .In Bradford

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida tion 22, Township 6 South Range 22 for damages has been filed againstyou IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, Florida, described as:( Come Worship With Us
Statutes, notice is hereby given that the FOR *
East Bradford County Florida said and you are required to serve a copy Commence at a 'Iron pipe located at-
undersigned' Derek Alvarez, Rt. 4, Box parcel being more particularly describedas of your written defenses, If any to It, on BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA ., the SB corner of said E 1/2 and rUn N BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

278 Starke, Florida sole owner doing follows: the plaintiff's attorney whose name and CASE NO.i 90-16-CP ;7 06'09" E,, along the E'ly boundary, Corner of Pratt and ChristianS
business under the firm of ARTISTIC .
name FILE NO: 1-4150 y 4 L.tj.tN .
Commence at the Southwest corner of address Is: thecepf 27.74 feel .to. an; 'Intersection '
PHOTOGRAPHY, Rt. 4 Box 278 said SectlolV.; and run Easterly' along JOHNNY R. HOBBS. J*. J REoJhe Cstdteiof '"i*t ie.., Hu C wit' ..,. ''N'1 1 h901 9:45: am

Starke, Florida 32091,, Intends fo'register the Southerly/ boundary thereof 39.45 Johnny R. Hobbs'Jr.P.A.h";" ''%1>l1 trGEi..HERNW.IIU"q' noMeilhqe. H boundary of the ROW of Thomas Street, ., otning Worship 11:00 5m
sold fictitious under the aforesaidstatute. -
name feet, more or less, to the Easterly boun- P.O. Box 938 Deceased. thence S 89*35'16"W, along said E'ly prolongation Sun. Evening Service 7:00: pm

dary of Old Lawtey Road thence North Starke. Florida 32091 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 16.96 feet to a concrete Wed. Night Service 7:30 pm
Dated this of A.D.
13th day March .
0007' East along sold Easterly boundary and file the original with the Clerk of Th. administration of the Estate of monument located at the Intersection of

1990 In Bradford County. 700.00 feet to an Iron pipe on the the above-styled Court on or before May C.E.HERNWALL deceased File Number said N'ly boundary with the W'ly boundary Pastor Ronald Hannah

3/154tpd4/05 Southerly right of way line of Donna 2, 1990; otherwise a judgement may be 1-41 SO, Is pending In the Circuit Court for of the ROW of Old lawtey Road; I Asst. Pastor John Leshuk

Street (also known as Jenkins Street): entered against you for the relief Bradford County, Florida Probate Division thence N OMO'31"" E, along said W'ly

thence run N 8939' East alona said demanded In the Complaint.. ,the. _address f 'of which Is Post. Office. Proclaiming The Blood The Book Blessed Hope
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I !It{ tVe.Commlsslono* loom of Bradford.; at 7:30: >> p.m. an Ordinance rotating to: and GRETA FAYE ALVAREZ; tho property of tho obove-named

Legal NoticesNOTICE 'County ,",,_... Itorke. Florida. At, Tho retuning of tho following described defendant as and that on the 30th day of

.." ._"'" .tklf;ht o..tfcoBrodford. County Comwils- property and amending the Comprehensive Defendants.NOTICE OF ACTIONTO April. 1990. Monday at two o'clock on

J,.t'' .will! IBO: 1 Ks> Hwol, decision. on the land Use Plan to provide : Cassia L. Cooper, and Tho said day on the promises of the Bradford

OF RIGHT Parcel No. 04729-0-00000 M.S.cfI9Ri" *.,':%papi spOQt {Igi" ':" *lr ,havmg two. that land currently toned OR and Unknown Heirs Devisees, Grantees, County '!\orlff'* Office I will oiler for

TO NOMINATE 32 TowtAl t. flange 22 ...,. locoted,':' P tbl'F c pi.' .tlvgrlis.nttatnt and designated by the plan.Open Rural bo Assignees. llenors. Creditors Trustees solo and sell to tho highest bidder for
BY PETITION at 13711.Vvtflmjl," Street< (US 901 H Suit' *11;:: p$ ttt4. : 'pgtjens ;(Rtargod! 'In this roBonod to H.W and designated In. or Other Claimants claiming by cash In hand tho above-described pro-
',.: IPM!" it on 'ro hereby given. notice of dvstrtal.' light t Warehousing tho property of tho said defendant
(TOO ol o-erfoot VII...a. Sboppin5 .. through under or against CASSIE L. party as the property
.
The Farmers Horn Administration ....
; sod for the public described
\tHMr- ( plota two of Richard Slado a.
.
Center k/sj Orion, Walls Chevrolet-Olds. COOPER who !I. not known to bo dead to satisfy sold Execution. Sale will
(FmHA) li accepting nomination for ,, In
"' follows: Parcel) No. 04724-0-00000) ;'
Inc. or olive; Residence Unknown but whoso bo subject to any .xl.tlnllll.n.
County Commission elections for williconduct. .<. Director.Zoning Section 6, Township 7, Range 22 Eo.t.Approxlmal.ly SHERIFFOF
The W.* Hoard of Adjustment :. Last Known Address Is 2939 N.E. 11th KENNETH ETHERIDGE.
A1ACHUA ft BRADFORD ) .
counlyM). It Planning.Bradford 16O'dOO'locoted
:
3 acres
bvbilt" their Terrace. Gainesville Florida 32609. BRADFORD COUNTY
.
a hearing at regular .
'
Issued .
This notice li to Inform
eligible : : Countyl 3 miles South US 301.
meeting MIA| *"t 1M: P... In the Council' on YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to FLORIDA
voters of the right to nominal can. : ; : ehg 4/05; Cont.No.433: You aro further given NOTICE that a
Room ot Stttrhe City loll. Thompse*; foreclose a mortgage encumbering th. ./05 4tchg 4/26; Cont. No.421
dictates by petition. Copies of the petition Street fttarfce./ Florida on Thurseoy,, ., .'.O. Nwmber 3920i copy of sold proposed ORDINANCE Is following property In Bradford County

be and obtained Instructions from on It.local completioncan FmHA April 26. I't9t. At this trine, all person*' ::" _,.:' .-,'..-,: ._ .' .' available for your Inspection and at tho Planning offllo'O Florida: INVITATION TO BID
your
of tho Director of
will be K W this :* Zoning Commence at the Northeast 00"of
t'es
oil lc.. concerning application ... MOTKI Storko.Florida. ,
specific I"| the codas.1 tiff City Hall. Thompson Street the Northeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
Persons nominated should hove Interest coning F0 Notice Is hereby given that The City of
an ?. 1 APfttCATrON mONINO.Mvndorff .
City at I ik_. : ,I of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29 seated bids
In farm :" lawtey Is now accepting at
a os an tenant : Interest
owner or Director.Stark tel:of Adj.:;' Each and every person having any Township 6 South. Rang.22 East and run
sharecropper within the 'Wlpyr Kes of this the City Hall Lawtey on a
county or or. h } mad ccaA whatever In the enactment West 100 feel thence South 15 feet
4/05 Cont. No.43 : run
which activities of the Itchg ; *;; 1982 CHEVROLET.
In SWrlto, Planning. should
county or area '. q.tho Zoning II proposed ORDINANCE appear
to the POINT OF BEGINNING thence run
P.O.Nu"'bttr".. ., : All bids must bo In by April 30. 1990 at
committee or. carried out. They must be sf.ot'.fgr'r.cnsNikatlon, of thodescrlbod and bo heard at the time and place
West 50 feet thence South 100 loot;
cllliens of the United States or aliens ------ ..prqpterty' Wow fron R-'C: toM proscribed. ; run 1 p.m. No bids received after such dot.
,
thence foot thence run
"NOTICI run East 50 ;
lawfully admitted to the United States : Parcel Mo. OJ749-0-00104 In Section Board of BRADFORD COUNTY and tlm. will bo considered.
North 100 loot to the POINT OF BEGINN
for perman.nt residence, and be well APpMCAflON FOR RIZONINO 't*..Towufhlp '. long* 22 last, located COMMISSIONERSBradford ING being tho Northeast 1/4 of the Itchg 4/05

qualified for committee work. Spousesof ,*t .Jr laura ......'. |ark.. Florida lot County Florida Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Purchase Order No. 0226

those persons who meet the eligibility Rasa fos. Huchlnson .has mad. opj' ,x,;,..W.. 1. N itKsa .::: 1'ehg/05: Cont. No. 432 Section 29. Township 6 South Range 22East
criteria are also eligible for nomination plkotiofk o the Bradford County ZonUj1Plonr << Tfcl, proposed Chongo 'In /kotten P.O. Number 3920 INVITATION TO BID
Bradford Florida.
for election to the county commit_. i >"trt Penortment for redo sif>coi. ill Wbod, | .to 5 public, hearing. fa bo hold has, County. JOHNIE S.
lion of rK* property described beosAt1from ( '' .. been filed against you. Notice Is hereby given that Th. City ohLawtey
Nominations b. .
must received In the ;More ftarh. Zoning Board on Thursday NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR COOPER Th.Unknown Heirs, Devisees,
local FmHA office at 5709-C NW 13th St., RfM to RJf-MH Parcel No,, ;'April M I99O;.at :00 fM. at thoCovncM AND AMENDMENTTO Grant.; Honors. Is now accepting sealed bids at
Gainesville, FL 32606 no later than May 06014.Gp00Op hi Section. 25, Township..-: ; loom of Stark* City Hall. 209 N. THE LAND USE PLAN Assignees Other, Claimants the City Hall. Lawtey on a
Creditors Trustees
Range & last Approximately: 9.93', or 1979 LONG WHEEL BASE DODGE WINDOW .
1990. > this Comprehensive
10. nip ion Street, 5p ". Florida.At An ORDINANCE amending the
under
or againstJOHNIE
FmHA committee elections are opento acres, fcwwd. 3 miles' off SR 100 on J1-B. .tins( oil ".....*,'.botk for and against." Land Usa Plan Element and claiming S.by COOPER through who Is not known to VAN.

all eligible voters without regard to on the Writ. .'..."roposol I shell" 1 bo heard, as specified: Map by Bradford County. Florida In accordance be dead or olive; QUALITY GLASS ft MIRROR All bids must bo In by April 30. 1990 at

race, color religion, national origin This Wopos.d change In classification ,.W..,tHo is rite Zoning. Code The Zoning with tho local Government INC., a Florida corporation; J. I p.m. No bids received after such dot
I. subjcf toa public hearing te... "Held and time will bo considered.'
age, political affiliation marital status, *otd WH| makf a rocoMmendotlon to Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 a. WILLARD ALVAREZ and ONIE ALVAREZ.his .
sex and/or handicap. before broil ord County Zoning. Beard on, ;,tno! Starho City Commission, / on thta oppdcatlpfi provided for In Chapter 163 of the wifo and GRETA FAY ALVAREZ; and Itchg 4/09
;
Tuesday, April|l J4 1990 at 7:00: P.M. at Purchase Order No. 0226
.
Itchg 4/05; Cont. No.426' .l. tholr: regular scheduled Florida Statutes. of
.
are required to servo a your
you copy
the MoH *,
Council doom of Stork. 20 '
City .jnsflog.ot far May 19. 1990. TO All Cltliens/ and other
Tuosdqy : Taxpayers
Atthis written d........ If any to It on Kant
N. Street. Florida. ,
NOTICE Via* Stork; :r ..Rid T4p "..*.; 'In the Covncll Room of Interostod persons. Ridge ft Crawford plaintiff's attorney IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH
tin* an persons both for ana'. '. fre City Mall II..... Florida. At this You and each of You aro hereby and whose address Is: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR

Orion Wells has mad. application for against, fat proposal shall be.head), *..+, :!h rdthe' .. Vorke' CHy Commission/ will "herewith given notice In accordance 225 Water Stress Suit. 100; Jackson BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
specified|In the. Bradford County Zoning:
tht final decision the proposed with Florida Statutes that the Board of
I on PROBATE DIVISION
SPECIAL EXCEPTION for No. 2 for ;, villa, Florida 32202.on
Cod. fSe will metro ,
Automobll. Display and Sales, to the Zoning, Board Bradford *, :eppNcptloe' .: .....,. .kgying. two public County Commissioners of Bradford or before April IB, 1990. and file CASE NO.: 90-36-CP
r.eomnvAdgtior the County
to ,
hearings, advertisement and ", 'Ing. County Florida designated tho Bradford this Court IN RE: ESTATE OF
Storke Board of Adjustment on property CommlMK this at their ,.,' ; the original with tho Clerk of
that Is classified B-3 and described Of' application be '.-,AM!I person* I""IM"'It this. application\ County Zoning and Planning Board either b.for..rvk. on plaintiff's attorney RANDOLPH JACKSON BOX.
pr.stMlUled held
: hewing to ,
,'"aWk: y nrve'lattice to hold a public hearing at a regular other. Deceased.
below: ft rand or Immediately thereafter;
w.dnCI'\J'tIy.' May 16. 190 at 730; ,.,,.. : Mork pi
;. ..glace for the two. public:. mooting held at 7:00 p.m. In the Council wise a default will bo entered against NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
... -. Room of Starko City Hall Starke. administration of tho Estate of
rifV. you for tho relief demanded 'In tho complaint -
Classifed Ads Get Results ':.'... .'. plrapor.I Florida, on Tuesday February 27 1990. or petition.WITNESS RANDOLPH JACKSON BOX deceased,

toning ft elorrnkp.Starke. and made a recommendation to the my hand and the seal 1 of this File Number 90-36-CP, Is pending the

;,v '" .Florida. Board of County Commissioners to consider Court on the 16th day of March, 1990. Circuit Court for Bradford County,
11TRSONW.r ,t .'' itchy. 4/09; CaM No.434, on Wednesday April 18. 1990 at IIAYNOIIMAN. Florida Probate Division the address al.

: ..'.v'f'i'-V'' ,: '. ..'." rO.Nt.orI752./ mo Commissioners Room of tho Brad Clerk of the Circuit Court which Is 945 North Temple Avenue,
,
iif', ford County Courthouse, Starke, Florida Stork.. Florida 32091.The name and address .
"* Vmm.*++*ftlfim. .*i* ,+ *ti t**** iii *+if*+* By: Carol Williams,
FRIDAY ;?<,;!" I V'" NOTICE1lt at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relating to: Deputy Clerk, of the Personal Representativ
APRIL 6th .::: Tho retuning of the following described 3/22 tchg 4/12 and the Personal Representative's attorney

.' ;! .First Union. National Bonk of Florida property and amending tho Com- Control Number 404 are set forth below.
e .'b... mod*' oepllcatlon. for SPECIAL: EXACEIrTtON .preventive Land Use Plan to provide Interested persons are required to

.'+: : Ne.' '8.: ff for Recreational Ace that 'land currently zoned OR and file with the court WITHIN THREE MON
the Rural be NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO THS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
..flvlt''" such at Archery, Rifle. Shotgun designated by plan as Open
.-.end Pistol' Ranges, to the Bradford County '....nod to ILW and designated Industrial REGISTER PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all
Board of Adjustment on property that light ft. Warehousing the property FICTITIOUS NAME claims against the estate and ((2)) any ob-

'-1* classified A and described below: of Jeannle Culverson described as Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida (ectlon by an Interested person to whom

: *orcj No- O.BJ7-0-00000 In Section follows: Parcel No. 04837-0-00000. In Statutes, notlco Is hereby given that the notice was mailed that challenges the

:. (1 Township, T. 22 East Approx.Un9tqry Section 15. Township 7, Range 22 East undersigned Bryce C. Titus, Rt. 3, Bon validity of the will, the qualifications of
.
"
;; Rang!
,: ..
; 824 Lake). Storke. Florida
Rood (near Crystal
located the Personal
4O'Acre. located oat SE 94th Approximately 3 acres on Representative, venue or
"I'>.AyeMong; ( Dairy ....)turn N. on SE 15th 100 South approximately 21/2 miles on 32091, solo owner, doing business under jurisdiction of the Court.
'.' the right. the firm name of B.C.'s PHOTO SHOP. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
\ ". to dead end, near Hampton Florida.'
'.,;ice; THt Brodlord County Zoning Board will You are further given NOTICE that a P.O. Box 1005. Starko, Fl 32091, Intendsto SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

?:: "yl_' the application and make a copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is register said fictitious name under the Date of the first publication of this

500FFRED .recommendation, '',:.Board. el Adjm.tmon.1 tholr public of the Director of Zoning and Planning Doled this 38th day of March A.D.. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative

the City Hall Thompson Street Starke, 1990 'In Bradford County. :
;Vorlng to be held at 7:30 p.m.. In
4/05 4tpd 4/26
DOY ITEMS Florida. EUGENE F. SHAW.
CpmmhMlen. mooting room of City Hall
Take an addition! 50% off .t> ,lti.Thompson" 'Street. Stprke. Florida Each and .v.ry person having any Interest Control No. 425 925-E North T.mpl. Avenue

red dot m.rch jnii I.e reduced '"I, Tuesday, Aprtl 24.1990. At this time, whot.ver In the enactment of this Sturko, Florida 32091

wO or ntork:, 1111"I. ;'.:tIf.I persons will' be .heard concerning this proposed ORDINANCE should appear PUBLIC NOTICE ((904)) 964-5200 .. ,
fl rr r i ir'W ()f .1 "" oil' td -. _lt- -.oCIRW1K7".fotd and be heard at tho time and place Florida Bar No.:0729 r
+R .
? ..,'. otnjj Zoning: Codes; proscribed.Board The Bradford County School Board. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
vV/;)> '. 'Dlr ctor, I.C.B.of ADJ.ltchg of BRADFORD COUNTY Starke, Florida will hold' a Public Hearing ROBBIN ANN BOX
Cant No. 430 COMMISSIONERSBradford. and Procedures Route 1, Box 1220
4/09: on the Special Programs
DRESS FOR 14$ !'';I ?; :il :. -- >.O, umbor3920. County. Florida for Exceptional Student Education lawtey. FL 32058

o '.. tchg 4/05; Cont. No.431 on April 23 1990. at 7:00: p..... In 4/05 21chg'/12
.
.
.. "J.P '" P.O. Number 3920 Control No. 439
of the District'
the School Board Room
(fortuity Kenvin't) .
:';;y :. ... .. ICS4F4PP L 1 1.4T10"f Administrative Offices, 582 North Tom-

0 p l fl W Call Street ,;f,.v,.FO"' -.>.IIZON1NOAND TO TM "AN': Q USES AMENDMENT PAN. NOTICE OF INTENTION pl. Avenue Stark.. Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
v TO REGISTER of this docum.nt bo obtained
FLORIDA
Copies may BRADFORD COUNTY
O 9648824Visa ';;0:. .",-' .,DIWAAKE "ajnondlng the Com- FICTITIOUS NAME at tho Bradford County School PROBATE DIVISION
:f prphenshro) Lt fld Wsa, flan Element ands
:
& MasterCard Lay-A-Way Welctjta* Opn:8anv7pmCR229 :\ Board Offices. Monday through Friday. FILE NO 90.13CPDIVISION :
Mop Iw Bradford Coynty. Florida In ec'f -
'I' Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida This published notice Is In compliancewith : 1.4159
;\;' ffdac* :with the-local' I OovommonlHCfSvpMheatlye Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the the Florida Statutes, Chapter IN RE:
''-'I".ct pf J97S asJffwVWf1
: undersigned JAMES O. BEASLEY SR. enacted by the 1974 Florida
tof .In'piisater. 163 ol the 120.54 as ESTATE OFCHARLEY
v' and SUE M. BEASLEY P.O. Box 191, legislature. E. JOHNS
:
:* :HjtfhKi *tityfiis" Starko, Florida 32091, |olnt owner doing Denlso Adam..Director Deceased.
: .*.': ; TeMpayers and other
>',/ fWt 1 A4I Cltlxn* :. business under the firm name of Exceptional Student Education NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION

i.liitorefted persons. GOLDEN EAGLE ENTERPRISES. P.O. Box 4/05 2lchg 4/12 Th. administration of the estate of
.", : >. endeoch of Vou 'hereby" and
You .
1s 1: are 191 Starko, Florida 32091 Intends to Cont. No.427; PO 1-01246) : Charley E. Johns, deceased. Fits'
L 964-6133 *Y' ;jh"" rewtth.'gjvon notice In accordance; said fictitious name under the ,Is the Circuit .
N.W. 28th St. Statc register Numbe,90-25-Cp. pending
; wJth.0erWci! "' Statute' that the Board of .
aforesaid statute.Dated STATE OF FLORIDA Court for Bradford County Florida,
X'-County* Con mlssot( >ers' of Bradford this 16th day of March. A.D. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Probate Division the address of which li
I the'
: PprWa/ hays aeslgnated
1: Nt
1990, In Bradford County. Plaintiff P.O. Drawer B. Storks Florida 32091.
;, Bounty Zoning. and Planningiqrlngat 3224tpd412Control '
.t. vs. The names and addresses of the co-
"""""" N ..,..tb4st ; } No. 405 BILLY GORDON GRIFFIS personal representatives and the co-
to ,... .... -.11.. hel4et5", ; p.m. 'In the Defendant representatives'
are
attorney
k .., Itfl9" city I"gils Stork.. personal below.
W 18sid MtN, 1 q90, andCounty OF INTENTIONTO sot forth
.';} !Rq 9y :34, NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE All INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
_-:' ',....,..", ..-....... ..,. REGISTER THAT
:: C( t5"d *l nfrs.a4tb* .Iord'Yi, IR .... FICTITIOUS NAME NOTIFIED :
y that I
i j; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I. Ken. All persons on whom this notice Is
',- ::2Wt 9ft W!f ,* sf*91r i. **w lJi5'1T ,! Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida ".th Etherldgo, Sheriff of Bradford served who have objections that

1 :ttII,'<1'id.riltMrotnq< Roaj*.ff. .. Broi Statutes notice Is hereby given that the County Florida under and by virtue of a challenge the validity of tho will the

:' f nf Caatttb CoyH so Slarke.; .Hondo..,, undersigned, Louis F. Crews, SE 21st St., Writ of Execution heretofore Issued out qualifications of the personal representative
and Mike E. Scott, 780 '
Fl
Hampton of tho State of Florida Deportment of venue or jurisdiction of this

t M M I. Glendale St., under Stark.,the joint firm owners name, doIng of- Revenue In tho obov.-styl.d causa, Court are required to file their obec-|

business have levied upon the following property, tiara with this Court WITHIN THE LATER
". EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE SE 21st St., and In Bradford AFTER THE DATE OF
.;l.u Starke, situate, lying being OF THREE MONTHS
-l ..: :Ha"ptafand 78O GI.ndal. St.. County Florida. to-wlt:. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
) l :- PI 92091 Intends to register said fictitious PARCEL NO. 1: A parcel' of land lyingIn OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF

..' MAf N1L $ name under. the aforesaidstatute. the NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Nl 1/4 of Section SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON

ft ,) 29. Township 6 South Bongo. 22 THE OBJECTING PERSON.All .
FTTREE JK ) 'fif:: .& A"tt1FEtZ1/E 't. Dated this 02nd day of, April A.D., East In Stark., Bradford County, creditors ol the decedent and

': '! ', :. 1JJ.1I4t ., ,1990. In Bradford County. ./26IN Florida' ; sold parcel being more par other persons having claims or demands
AND STUMP' :f.I \' ,". 4051pd tlcularry described" as follows: Commence against the decedent estate on whom a
'
.
.. :: ; 1. : .r; at the NW corner of said NB 1/' copy of this notice Is required to bo served -

REMOVAL ;: '}:'i t:;. ,, THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH of SE 1/4 of NE 1/. and run South I within three months after tho date of

i ...t .t.nsQr JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR degree, 48 minutes and 50 sands Cast the first publication of this notice must

',' . .- ,--". V.'.*. BVIV. KK!>- '>t&tfVA K CK .f .. ... CIVIL ACTION NO: 89-61O-CA Iron pipe for point of OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
," .. ;, ',.. 239.52 loot to an THE LATER
Li'c.e.1tttd'I iJitl ,(tltril i i. !irpJB sOsxtrsqltr..*. *i nO PHI PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida beginning. From point of beginning thus THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF

. I .. l QfJ'OU&' Corporation. described continue South 1 degree. 48 THIS NOTICE OF THIRTY DAYS AFTER
K: r
; ; Plaintiff minutes and 50 seconds East, along said THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
964-9300 ,;i: :E"'. perhr.4Ohr .. *' vs. Westerly boundary 150 feet to an Iron THIS NOTICE ON SUCH PERSON.All .

'i'ce ? .dnu.1. a Mill JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIE t. pipe: thence North 88 Mv11 other creditors of tho Decedent
q,. COOPER, his wife; Th. Unknown Heirs, minutes and 10 seconds East 120 foot: and persons having claims or demands

:: J::Asst. Devisees, Grantees Assignees, Honors, thence North 1 degree 48 minutes end 50seconds against the decedent's estate must file

Creditors Trustees or Other Claimants West, parallel) with sold their claims with this court WITHIN

A heat ...4ot/t/ flt. .. claiming by through under or against Westerly boundary 50 foot to on Iron THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
pump 7 ='*-' JOHNIE S. COOPER and CASSIS L.. pipe; thence South 88 d.g.- 11 FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

,,(" ,. .......... COOPER who aro not known to be dead minutes and 10 seconds West 10 foot to ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS -

,4,' ti' A.ntSil.ssirig .. "" or alive: QUALITY GLASS II MIRROR, an 1 Iron pipe; thence North I ...... 48 NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
.,-
will feelcomfortable ,,"'" CII-'IN/ INC.. a Florida corporation: J. WILLARO minutes and 50 seconds West 100 feat BARRED.
anyone ALVAREZ and QtlJe ALVAREZ his wife: to an Iron pipe; thence South 88 The dot.of tho first publication of this

degrees, 11 minutes and 1O seconds Notice Is April 5, 1990.Personal.
//7' West 110 feet to the point of beginning. Representatives:
iI P1J ; CE-PUMP & SUPPLY The above description for all Intents Thelma 8. Johns

and purposes, comprises a parcel of 415 E. South Street Stake
,' 'M4 N..Tktnvl*Aver Starke land described In Official Records Book Charley' Jerome Johns

.. ., Ev*B k) WfcWdB: 964-7578 99 page 251. and a parcel described 'In 114 Wost Madison Street Starke
with Official Record Book 99. page. 252. of Markley Ann Johns Cash

Well tho public records of said county. 3128 Bay Lake Road
-
.",", ....... : Drilling Together with all the tenements, Orlando Fl 32808

Btq tb.fnu Do.200 [Residential & Irrigation hereditament and appurtonancos D.B. Odom
its.feetln bound oftnmli't III,nwldulaoCIf IIecauII-= !. Witter thereto belonging or In anywise app.rtolntng. C/,.Odom. Moses ft Company

asr a 1200 ibtbatraG.bat pIIIIIII Y"bsc and by-.1iIIduIM aowkebn r111f1 guar 1420 South First Street
;U BMtod esn.nt7 en both dM tuA etE ....i,..s.prt AN. I I'd GQOIJJSWaleSysfetris PARCEL NO. 9: Commence ft. West Lake City Fl 32095
!lj! theunlf.lJPCI'bJcIcII\dcaq\ ,... ,.,- of the NE corner of W '/2 of NB 1/4 of$I Attorney for Co-Personal

;f' Can todsy for mars otHfli en die I "'.". .... 1lIIIIIIWi1I. 1/4 of Nl 1/4-SoctkMi 29 Township 6 Representatives:

Pump South. Range 22 East and run South 140 TIMOTHY IANAGAN, Esq.

feet thence run West 210... to a pointof Cone. Purcell ft Miller. P.A.
MI6 COWARTAir ',Sales & beginning continue West 110 leaf One Enterprise Center

6 South 100 ..... East 110 lest North 100 Suite 1235 225 Water Street

Contractors ; y Sirolce'OIi feet to point of beginning. Jacksonville, n 32202
Conditioning 96'7061/ Together with all me. tenements, 904/355-1235

CAC027828 All Makes hereditament and appurtenances Florida Bar No. 935229:
.Serrtag Brdfo"ril County andsvrotmdlos 96 4..80 5 thereto belonging' or 'In anywise ...... 4/05 21chll4/12
ClotlHlar over 15 **.*. LkfttM taining. Control' No.421

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''i i.flI.11L:,: :iii MOBILE HOMES ,':. YARD: SALES; :; t -: PHONE 964-7776

SATURDAY APRIL 7:1042: West Raiford Iml
.STIAN GENTLEMAN, 53 years of Rd. Lots of everything. 8 a.m. til ?? '75 WINNEBAGO INDIAN: 21 ft long.
ge.6T.200 Ibs.widowed divorced, 1984 MOBILE HOME FLEETWOOD dou- 7FRI. $4,000. 782-3727. 19 205 N. Temple, Starke

itelligenl/ flexible,elegant, romantic, blowide, with all the extras $19.000 & SAT., APRIL 6.7: 9 am ail ?? Hwy 8X33 TRAVEL TRAILER SALE/TRADE
,on't drink, smoke or do drugs Needs balance and$1000 down.Assume the 225 Hwy.)One mile,look lor for acre wooded land. Also trade Cecelia
Bayless
( Terwlllegar
to her pride and loan Will to have moved to your
weet lady bury pay signs. Cockatiel, $40 each. 964- Pontiao for van. 964-2337
this ad to be his friend lot. Call 373-3423 attar 4pm. or 964-
inswer quality 3107. 7 19TRAVEL ....HOMES....
and his wife til Jesus calls us home. 9115 during the day. 4 FRI. & SAT. 8530.: Stove, refrigerator TRAILER:All aluminum, sleeps OWNER ANXIOUS Must Sell I Broadway Street, 4 BR, 2 BA large fam. room,
Write P.O.Box 788 Keystone Heights, DOUBLEWIDE: On Large Lot 4 BR 2 clothes lots of woodcrafts, house- 6, elec stove and refrig, has air, REDUCEDS5,000.00. Creative financing. $54,300
ir call Don, 473-0301. 6 am bl 9 30 BA. In Brooker. 37500. Owner will St Good tires,beautiful Inside$750. Can
TFN hold Items. 1116 W. Pratt CYPRESS STREET Beautiful Brick/Block home 2 Yrs. Old. Fully turn., nice
)m. Recent photo please. 1 negotiate 485-2685, 485-2884. 7TENT be seen at 512 South St Call 964- neighborhood fantastic price! $44,800

FINANCIAL : ': 1987 4, 14x70: 2 BR, 2 BA. Fireplace,new SALE AT BRADFORD FURNITURE POP-UP 3728.CAMPER 19 : 1975 Bon Air sleeps HANDSOME 2-STORY CEDAR HOMI wltha beautiful view of Lake Samp.on.Located .
.
;
." blinds and curtains, simulated brick : Highway 301 North. April 13- Call In Brlmwood Point. 3 BR, 2 BA Central Heat pump carpeted. Insulated
6,AlC and heat..Good condition.
,IDIT CARDS: Bad credit no problem) skirting front and back porches. April 16. Many Items dinette furniture 964-5875 after 4pm. TFN windows, skylights, mahogany... doors, sunken tub ceiling fan.
Personal credit cards and Visa/MC/ $17,000. Call 4737515. 4 rattan dinette. All sales final 19WOLFF 2205 sq ft, living area 1337 s.f. wrap around porch must see to appreciate

available.P.O. Box 5355,Gainesville, 1973 GLEN BROOK: 12x64, 3 BR 2 BA. 1LARGE Owner financing to a quallled buyer 105000.
FL 32601-5355. TFN 1 Carrier 3-ton A/C unit Included. All In YARD SALE355: N. Church St : I PRESTIGIOUS HOME the city of Starke. 4 BR, 3 BA fireplace, wood floor.
good condition. $5,000. 9644331ANIMALSPETS 7 Starke. Friday Apr. 6, 9 am til 6 pm.APRIL >? BUSINESS ( many extra 609W. Call Street. $123,000

4HAND OPPORTUNITIES COUNTRY CLUB AREAl 3 BR, 2 1/3 BA, Brick home, fireplace, pool hot tub, Immaculate
5. 6 & 7: 9 am til 7? Little bit of
'' everything. 932 Euclid St. Starke. cond. $123,000
it .., i 7 TANNING BEDS: Commercial, GREAT LOCATION GREAT PRICE 114 bedroom 2 bath, with a large family
IT TRUE. JEEPS FOR $44 throughthe 'SAt.Et. home units from $199 00. Lamps, located In the 59300.
I : : OR ,.... MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: Frl & Sat, room city
Government? Call for facts! 1- from bank W.Madison lotions, accessories. Monthly pay.mentslowas$18.00. UNION COUNTY Immaculate 3 BR/1 1/2 BA Brick home off 100W. Well
across new on
708-742-1142 Ext. 609. 2 FED CONURES:Call after 5 p.m. .Call FREE
St Everything from A to Z. today. manicured lawn with complete MH hookup all on lAc. Creative
i JEEP CHEROKEE: 2 WD 4 Dr., AT 431-1350. 6 color catalog 18002286292. financing. $49,900
7FRI.
6 cyl, Pay off cr take over payments WHAT'S SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE 20
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS LAKE GENEVA
.&SAT Bedroom furniture,end tables !
496-1166 2 HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? It : II SHOE STORE II Excellent
coffee tables cabinet, stereo opportunityto Beautiful 2-story cedar redwood home. ISO of lakefront, 4
new gun contemporary
81 CHEVY LUXURY VAN:Fully loaded works!! Now available for cats! Gator open your own store with top quality
bookcase, dishes, household BR/3 BA. 3400sf, CH/A fireplace, glass wot tub ,
Feed and enc sunroom sauna
runs good. $3500. Call Barbara,964- II Farm Supply Ole Glory shoes. Over 100 brands 400 styles.
items, clothing. Edwards Road, deck deck.
$239,000
greenhouse sprinkle sys. Ig. floating
2170 or 964-3429. 2 Gold Kisl. 6 We do it all for you including opening I
Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr. Immaculate 3 old brick home with 3 BR/2 1/2 BA, 2300 si. 97'of
CH/A.
'4 DODGE VAN:3/4 Ton, $450 or trade FULL BLOODED ROTTWEILER PUP inventory,training and fixturmg From yr.
for car or whatever 964.5405. PIES:Both parents on premises.964- INSIDE YARD SALE: 9 to 2. April 6, 7 In $14,900 River City National Footwear lakefront db''..fireplace,walking distance to town $199.000
2 5567. 6 Fellowship Hall. First United Methodist Distributor ((904)) 733-6899. Prestigious BR/3 BA 3500.'.3 decks, CH/A 800'of paved driveway, 100'
81 FORD F-150: 302, Auto OlD fact. 4 YR.OLD PAINT GELDING:750 Ibs. 13 Church across from Library 20 of lakefront sprinkle sy*., REDUCED $23,000. OWNER FINANCING.
tech air, PS, PB, dual fuel tanks, hands; good at shows $200. 964- 7 293'of lakefront 315'on SR 100, buy all or some REDUCED 20000. OWNER
SWB. B.O. 9649119. 2 5323 6 SATURDAY. APRIL 7: 10 am lit ?? N. FINANCING.

1968 OLDS CONVERTIBLE, runs good, WALKER PUPPIES FOR SALE:8 weeks Adams St behind Lawtey Elem. BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME In the Country Club Area. 3/2 with nice 20'x16'deck
$800; 1979 Buick Regal for parts, old. wormed. 4 males 964-5311. School. Baby clothes,odds and endsFRIDAY. Classified Ads Immaculate condition. Priced to sell.

$350. Can be seen at 390 Cherry StCLASSIC 6 7 3 ACRES IN CITY LIMITS With septic tank and well. Fantastic price. Owner
2 ARABIAN/OUARTERHORSE Mare, 6 APRIL 6. SAT., APRIL 7: On Get Results! financing. Call today for details.
CARS: 1957 Chevy, 4 Dr Be- old, KHAT sorrel w/blaze and 230 A Mimosa Manor Trailer Park
yrs
NICE FRAME HOME with 3 Bedrooms 1 1/2 baths, on 1.3 acres. Central' heat
$3500 1966 $650. Tack Office. Little girls clothes, ceiling fan,
lAire sedan. No rust. ; white stockings. Asking .rear and olr. Remodeled 1989. Must see to believe $41,500.
Bonneville Conv Black with white top Included. 964-7711 or 964-8956. etc 7
and Interior no rust, $3850.; 1968 INSIDE YARD SALE: 9-2. April 6, 7 In GONE OUT OF BUSINESS! AFTER HOURS

Chrysler' Convertible red with black REAL ESTATETIME Fellowship Hall First United MethodIst Pauline Randolph. . . . . . . . .'".6323

top and interior No rust.$2850;Many Church across from Library. New Dress Shoes For Sandra TorwIIUgar . . . . . . . .5332242D
for All
other cars and parts sale mustsell. FRI & SAT..APRIL 6,7: S am til ?? Fumi
Call for Info 782-3449. SHARE UNITS-DISTRESS lure baby clothes many new and Easter All kinds, all bra Connaughton . . . . . . .'".2833

2FOR Cheapll Cheapll!) World Wide selections used items. 617 Water Street sizes. Mens ladles Anne Tarwlllogar Brown . . . . ? ...4737541JUDY'S .
7HOME ,
Call Vacation Network today. 1-
COMMERCIAL/PROPERTY* 800-826-7844 NATL 18008261847in INTERIOR SCRATCH & DEN and childrens.
RENT-LCASE-SAtEv FL or 1-305-771-6296. 10 SALE: Lots of miscellaneous. 1103

LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED OCALA NATIONAL FOREST: woodod 7 W. Pratt St. Friday, April 6, 83.GARAGE 16 W. toward Raiford. ..................................*.............4.V4.....................................................................................................................................
tots river access $5950 each. No .Approximately 7 miles turn
1000 sq ft fast food location across SALE Fri. & e
money down. $71.41 month. Owner. : Sat Apr. 67.
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848, eve- 1-236-4579 or 1622-2438 TFN Guns tools, tires, hl-chair, stroller, right on NW 57th Ave., ATTICCONSIGNMENT 1
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 10LOOKING double bed, 19 TV, sewing machine, (Crawford Rd.) 1.10 miles ;
FOR SALE OR RENT;Warehouseofficespace exercise bike coffee table, sheets, on right. Look for signs.
: 3000 sq ft, located at Enterprise towels bedspreads, dungarees, pots
Park next to Sunshine Indus 11tVl\NTED: : and pans, dishes and silverware 7 Z SHOP \.
tries. Contact Diane Ely 964-5294 miles South of Starke
on RD 100 on
FOR A FEMALE BLOODHOUND FOR SALE
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PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE FOR left. 7
.We have male full blooded
RENT:Up to 1600 sq ft Will remodelto a FRI. & SAT.: Tools, furniture, auto parts, I
redbone bloodhound. Would like to 2 Br 1 Ba Frame and 3 Br HAPPY EASTER SALE
suit or rent Negotiable. On Hwy and more. 315 N. Clark Street.
breed for or if have a Mobile Home 1
301 next to UI Skeeters & Insurance puppy you puppy 7 1 Ba. on
TFN for sale. Please call 964-5647. Acre In Lawtey. City f
World. 18007717283. >! 101 Commercial Circle
E. CALL STREET: 3500 sq ft. 11 Water. $35.OOO.OO Lowest Prices
137-139 MISCELLANEOUSWOULD Post Office <
from
and HOUSEKEEPER: 9-3, 5 days a week. Across Keystone
front rear.
ground Rent option.floor.356-6849 Loading 3 Cleaning, take care of invalid, some 3 Br. 2 Ba 1987 Mobile In Town 473-0274 \

STEEL BUILDINGS TRIANGLE STEEL cooking. References required honesty YOU LIKE YOUR CLASSIFIEDAD "Jonxe>on' l>Acre! "Crosby a' asa'a.aas osat'Y.'UL___"<4tjeU: !, 1I4 f'4Rnwa aeavvs7u s a4sAw'1.'"
INC. Offers rigid steel a must. 964-6539. 11 to reach a'll over Florida? With the
BUILDINGS all sizes. MATURE LADY TO SIT( ELDERLY M/r Florida Classified Network,we can Lake Estates. $33.OOO.OO
steel buildings
frame ;
and
See our model center at 646 E.Union. couple. In Raiford area. Preferablysitter deliver your message to over RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Reasonable Rates \
St. Jacksonville. or call toll free 1- experienced. Prepare lunch. 8- 1,000,000 people for$125 (less than & FREE Estimates
800-273-6072. 3 10 hrs daily. 782-3918; after 6:30: $0002/person).Call this newspaper's II

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT next to pm. 4311156. 11 classified department to place your PRESSURE WAs 1//

Courthouse. 964-7347, days; 9644535after5Dm ad today. 18 S
TFN 3 J 11Jf ISQ
LET US DO YOUR DIRTY WORK
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We specialize In Ii

14 FT. ALUMINUM FISHING BOAT: 7 12 / Get Results! Houses Pools, Trailers, Concrete, Businesses Etc. '
I'
hp Sears motor with trailer $975. ,!
FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST NO JOB IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL -
468-2610. 8 INSTANT -
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RANDY THOMPSON STEFAN WHEELER
Mobile Home Lots with or without septic & 964-3477/964-5601 78237599649968i.Rti'iEior

well hookup yJ J
Building Lot In Keystone yj

200 Acres In Bradford County................$1.500 Acre j
2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone :

5 Mobile Home Lots on 227.$6.5OO Each

Commercial Building on Edwards Rd. FiH Dirt, Top Soil I

43 Acre Farm with 3 Br., 2 Ba. Home in I
i Gainesville Largo Small Loads of Llmorock ,I

5 Acres on small lake .-$3.OOO Acre C Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer I

3/4 mile lake frontage on lake In Alachua

t 9 County .
1
Lake Santa Fe 4 Br.. 2 Ba. with guest cottage.$185.OOO 984-6182 V 9S4.S823A

I EQUAL HOUSING r REALTOR 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham....$3.OOO Acre

For Rent. 2 Br.. 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.
Susan M. Faulkner ORI, CRB President A A A A A A A A A A A


ERA Faulkner Realty Inc. BRADFORD LAND & CATTLE COMPANYLocated Accelerated Realty, inc.


Hwy. 301 2 blocks South of C.R. 100 e 221 Lafayette st. I II Ii Ronald E. Newman 964-6881

I 4llwy.

I *COUNTRY CLUB AREAl Large wooded lot, 2 story stucco. 4 BR/2BA $68,800. 964-4544
143-90 LAVERN H. OUTLAW

I *HAMPTON AREAl 20 Wooded acres for 20000. 43-90 301 S. 1:5t: :
| *INCOMI PRODUCING PROPERTY Cherry St. a Stern Rood Call for detail.I lBrqr | 39 90 I 3790. iOUTLAW .
trs,1
Thinking of buying or selfina? :'Caj! bij! | 1
*LAKEFRONT PROPERTY On Sampson Lak.with D/W Home. 3 BR/2 BA screen-] grotty
I ed porches front and bock, many extra Call for more details. 46-90 Evenings V Weekends
1 *4 ACRES ON 301 N IN IAWTEY with over 2000 sq. ft. home, with carport <| 9014522ETARKHFL JllomesLot v/Acreage N/Waterfront ,
I workshop also 2 BR Mobil. Home used lor rental. 36-90 You Full Service Real Estate Office v/Farms /ConunerclaI

1 *NICI I BR/2 BA HOMI IN CITY: With 2 Acres of land. 5-90

*8 ACRES IN COUNTRYl With 3 BR, 2 BA Doublewlde Mobil. Home. 211.89 pavici L. Dodfg. s COUNTRY LIVING 3 BR/1 BA Frame, Living-Dining-Kitchen Combo) g
*4.I7 ACRES On N.E. 30th Ave. 42.90 '" w/Snack Bar Dent Screened Porch 3.62 Acres,.Pole Born Nice Cleared
*3 LOTS 75'x20O' each with privileges to Georg.'. Lake, on paved road. 28-90l He*. *APPROX. 3 ACRES 301 S. Owner Fin. 1290. I ;Re*. 964-M70 1403 PRATT STREET BR/1 & 1/2. BA CB* Frame, Large Family Room, Launs
I *BEAUTIFUL 26x36 D/W, 9 mos. old. 3 BR. 2 BA, CH/A, set up on 1 oc. with four] dry Room Nice Lot. I
I concrete looters, $6,500. and assume mortgage or refinance. 24-90 REALTOR NEW BRICK HOMIi4 BR/2 BA Stove, R.frl t Dishwasher Sun Deck 2240
1 *DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU LOOK AT THIS I 3 BR. 1 BA pm 1/2 Ac.for$42.900. Quiet s SF. Well Septic I Acre. I s

lout of town area with city water 189-89 LAKE ACCESS! 3BR/2BA From. Large Family Room w/Flreplace, CH/A. I
1 *1 BR, 18x60 DOUBLEWI9II On 1.37 acres, all appliances Included loaded with! s 2184 SF, has 376 SF Workshop, Landscaped Lot.
4
(extras, VA assumable loan..192-89 BEAUTIFUL 20 ACRES 6 ACRES OP WOODED PRIVACY! 3BR/1 BA A-Frame w/Porches All Round I
*NICE STARTER HOME On 2.5 Acres mostly cleared. Quiet country ar.a Inl Brick Cedar.BR,2 BA ,over 2000 if. 24x50 Pole Barn and 8x9 Tool Shed Well I Septic. On Paved Rood.

I Lawt.y. $43,900. 38-90 Fenced.3 acre peed 2 barns,garage'.Many Extras I A QUIET AND PEACEFUL 3BR/2BA CB Two-Story. Stove t Relrlg Elct' Heat I

1 *MAJESTIC OLD SOUTHERN HOMI ON 9.' ACRES 2800 sq. ft., two story with .- .. .. Window AC Well a Septic 1 Acre.
1 large covered porch, 3/4 around home. 47-90 CHURCH STRUT 3BR/1BA Frame I Brick CH/A. Range, Refrig j
*STARKEl CB.4 BR.11/2 BA. rel.
Rang. f.pL
1 *DOIWLIWIDI MOBILE HOMI en 1.5 acres 3 BR. 2 BA appllonc"lncluded.| good area. $3 7500 s Dishwasher. t Fans, Nice Corner lot. a
Owner Financing. In Starke. Frame 2/1 Good'Income
I CH/A, One year warranty on all major components. A steal at $33.300. 23-90 S18.500 LAKE GENEVA!2BR/1BA Frame Screened Porches, 14x16 Utility Bldg,Well I It
1 *WANT TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRY Call for appointment, Mobil. Home* and *Newly renovated Inside and out. 2/1 fenced yard In Starke. $23,900 Septic.
63 Acres of cleared farm land.Older 2 wells.
(single family homes available. 11-90 MH. $2.000/ae; a TWO ACRES IN COUNTRY" 3 BR/2 BA Doublewlde Mobile Home CH/A ] a ,
Concrete block.3/1 central) "heat in Slarke. 100.125 lot.
1 *WATERFRONT PROPERTY: Must..this.xecutiv.style two story on the water I S39.000 Stove I Refrl Graham Area.
Lakefront. Fish I Swim Weekend cottage. Furnished Sandy Beach
1206-89 $44.900 HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 BR/1 BA Frame, Stove ft Relrlg. Nice Lot Good|
From., 1400 sq.ft.4 BR, 1 3/4 BA. Large lot In country. $45,000 a
1 *BEST FISHING LAKE AROUNDIi. Beautiful 3 BR. 2 BA, over 1600 sq. ft.on Samp-l Rental Property.
ton Lake. 173-89 Allumob'.Marlgog.' Brkk, 3 BR/11/2BA. CH/A. Rga. Ref., 49900. p COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .

I *J BR. 8 IA ALMOST NIWi Brick home en 1 1/2 Acre 14689I1 Highway 16 West, 4/2V4.CH4A 1496 SF on 1 acre REDUCED $34.000 HWY 301 South 200 Ft. en Highway Plenty' of Warehouse Space.
ACRES CLOSI TO COUNTRY ClOil Almost 3.000 It. 1819I In Country Club: Brick 3/2 CH/A. All appliances. 2 Car garage, 2000 .f. a 4
sq. HWY 301 North Salvage Yard with 3 BR/1 BA CB Home, 11x60 Mobil.i
TO SEU.I $79.500 In the' Club 67-89 Excellent neighborhood, near the hospital.Corner lot 3/2 CHAA. REDUCED
PRICED Only Country Home 40x60 Auto Repair Shop. 1 Septic Tend end 4 Wells w/Pumps 3 |
I GOOD DOWN PAYMENT AND OWNER WILL FINANCE 3 BR 1 1/2 BA on One Acre| Bessent Road: 3 BR/3 BA. All appliances I Ilr.plac..CH/A. 2200 si on tAco s Acres. a
Bedford Lak., 2/1 CHCA completely' furnished, extra nlc. 100x300.
1171-89 East Call Street -Nice / SuMeble. for Doctor er Dentist Prectlce. I
Brick CH4A, over 2000 SF In the country on 2.78 acres SELECTED
I BEAUTIFUL GRASSY LOT ON HAMPTON LAKE Owner financing. 7.90 PROPERTIES
Neat I Clean. 2/1 Heat Air Make ....
I*.,NTALI3 IR. 2 BA, Garage In Town. 1473 Month appointment to $29,900 \ s s
Starke Historic. Renew.6BR,3%Bo. 6 fireplaces. REDUCED. 40 ACRES- Can be purchased In 20-Acre Tract. Planted Pine. Near |

Beautiful 2 story brick and cedar farm ham. 4/2%8a on 36 acres. lawtey.
i Call One qf Professionally In Starke. CB,-3/1,QUA. 1200 plus sq. h.on 110x110'lot $38.300 a HOMI BLDG LOTS Hwy 16W. City Water t Sewage, Owner Financing.
Trained Stqff Today..964-5O69 Move Up to Luxury Living! Country Club area's finest home Appointment Only. HOMI ILDO LOTS Shady Oak S/D Booker
Over I Acres. Brick, /11/2. CHI Fireplace, pver 2100 sf. All appliances. FOUR S-ACRI TRACTS Brooker Hwy Frontage Owner Financing.
After Hours Call These Realtor Associates: Waterfront Crosby lake canal. Doublewlde,CH/A. Rge., R.'. 34000. a THREE 2.ACIIIVIR'RONT LOTS Brooker Owner Financing. s
Farm House I Bam on 3 acre. Good area. Close to Starke. REDUCED. 9.S ACRES Frontage on New. River, Well I Septic.

Irene L. Faulkner..964-9142 MAKE OFFER Owner Anxious Repair garage, metal bldg ((1500 sq. It,) AFTER HOURS s
Darlene Godwta..468-25O3 35 Ac. w/frame 3/1 1/2, barn,fenced approx, 30 A, cleared.: Include tractor, s I"Voyne Douglas.964-eSf Bill Dedd-tU-740* I

e Warren 'Woody' Ryder..964-OO4O bush hog,disc, and furniture.. Reduced to 588,000.om ( p 1 Novll Ward 964-74S4 Bill Gnanii 944.44441 |

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FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.sll utilities
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AS LOW AS
10 PIECE PIT GROUP blue
: Country ,
-: ,; 0 $14.99 PER MONTH. CALL 964- paid. From $37.50 up weekly.
0" 0. 0"I I never used. In storage In Starke.
MAGNOLIA HOTEL Walnut St.
,E"Ir P ,, At.f] EI? ALUMINUM 6946.12 NEWSPAPER $675.Selling 964-2874.due to divorce. WIN 12 sacrifice. Starke In front of Post Office.


FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER Apply ,COOK/REUEF PERSON: V.O.A. Group A WONDERFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE: PLATES.lnche.50 Measure each. Great* for patching 24x36 LOVE SEAT SOFA AND CHAIR: Country FURNISHED 13 APARTMENT:3 room and
In person at Pep-O Food A Ga Mart Windswept Blue and mauve.
grey
Home. Australian bath. Utilities Included. 964-5970.
Call European
54-8747 Scandinavian
Donna and ,
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Across from Wendy',. itchg repair TELEGRAPH, 135 W. Absolutely beautiful. Never used.
15ATTENTION Japanese high school 13
DRIVERS r PLOOF,TRUCK UNES ha. exchange stu Can St Starke. 12 Selling due to divorce. Win
Immediate openings for shorttwul : HIRING! Government JobsIn dent arriving In August. Become a SLEEPER for pickup truck, $500. Call $875.964-2874. sacrifice. 2 BR MOBILE HOME: $250/Month. lak-
your area. 1784069485. Call Host Family/American Intercultural 964-9317. 12 12 eaooess. 3 mile from Melrote. Call
driver In Jacksonville Palatfca and LIVING ROOM SUITE Less
1-602-838-8885 Ext R Student Call : than 1 yr. 475-5371. 13
17283. Exchange. 1-BOO-SIB- WANTED
Brunswick. Must be 23 *. old and : Responsible party to take on old. Sofa chair oak wood
yr LING. 17 tg. coffee
15ATTENTION small monthly 2 BR, 1 BA MOBILE HOME:Furnished, I/
payment on piano.
have 1 yrs. veritable tractor/traitor. : HIRING! Government lobs REDUCE SAFE AND FAST with GoBe. See locally. Call Manager 61.234- and end table to match, $425. Bras 2 acre pasture and stall for home Ind.
flatbed experience.We offer and wall mirror with table beneath
glass
competitive
In Tablet. and AU eleo. utilities connected
salaries and your area. $17S40-$69,48S. Call EVapWater Pills 1306 anytime. 12 already.
Ploof Truck Lines excellent Inc benefits. 1-602-838-8885. Ext R 3493. Available at MltcheU'. Drugs. NEW PORCH GLIDER: Very pretty. Cat METAL $125. 782.1281. 12 Yard mowed free. $300/Mo. $175
1-800-232- 54"
15OFFICE 17 964-2058. 12 DESK. long. 24wide.. 29'high dep. hold In advance. 964-8713. SR
7233. 15ATTENTION
EARN MONEY HELP WANTED: Full time position LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need drt FLEA MARKET ITEMS: $3 BOX OR 2 about yr. old 5 drawers, $60. 16 W. 13KINGSLEY

AT HOMEI32.000tyr.lnoome) TYPING for organized, dependable mature spread? Lola cleared fence row FOR$5;also furniture and tools Must SANTA A.I'.782-3515.FE LAKE INDIAN 12 LAKE: 2 BR. 2 BA Double-
tial. Details. poten- adult Hours 7:00: a.m.-4.30: p.m., pushed For free estimates.Give us a appreciate. Call 984-6362. BEACH: 100'frontage. wide. Central air dishwasher. Private
17283. 1-602-838-8885, Ext T- Mon.-Thurs.; 7:00: a.m.-IIXX: a.m. call at 9644908. anytime. TFNLAWN 12to Large frame house. Also pier. $350/Week. 533-2602 or 752-
15DRIVERS$2754650
Friday. Ouneral office duties, light 17 OUVER SUPER 88 ROWCRAFT: New apaitmentover boatfwu.e.964-7260. 4339. TFN 13

OTR. Train local.WEEKLY Local or typing. Salary commensurate with SERVICE: Let us trim your grass, very good running condition. Doe 12KINO SIZE WATER solid 3BR/2 BA MOBILE HOME: $225 Month.
355-5500.CON. BED. wood
STRUCTION ability. Apply In person or send resume trim your hedges, weed-eat where not need repairs. Lon Beville 964- Call 782-3417. TFN 13
:$8-15hrty/sub. Inside/ to Vogue Mfg. Co.,710 S. Water needed,we'll do landscape work Trim 6662. evening 12 headboard, shelves, heated $100; $215 PER MONTH: 2 BR/1 BA. Single
Outside.train. 3555500.15THE Comm/Res. All Phases. Will St, S.R. 100 E. Starke FL 32091, trees or remove. No job too small So COOKWARE: Dinner Party for Year! dinette chrome set six chair, wood top wide trailer Lawtey located off 225

CITY OF 964-5064. 15 give us a call at 964-4908 and give Must sal remaining too. 70% Off. 12PRESSURE legs. $100.964-7450. on NW 68th Ave, on the left, has
STARKE Is accepting HARDWARE MAN WANTED: Apply Dad a break. TFN 17 Brand new multi-pry surgical stainless catfish pond. 3 miles from Junction
applications in for the position of Laborer Acme Hardware 301 E. Call Street, DWAYNE'S PAINTING: Inside and out. waterless, grea....... TheM TREATED LUMBER: Free 301/225 and 2 miles from junction 16V
the Natural
Gas DepartmentMust Starke 15 9644561.7 set Include -Promotional" Free. 5 delivery. Plywood, hardware plumbIng 225. Cat! 7823417. TFN 13OUN'S
be at least 18 yrs. old and havea MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST: Part time ODD JOBS: Home and Business repairs Night. e Day. Jamaica TripCaI electrical nut ft bolt*. Phone SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home
I valid Florida Chauffeurs license. position open In physician office In and construction Screened porches, Rae 1-800-848-5382. Will deliver. (collect) 468-2624 for current prices. lots for rent water and sewer fur-
Apply City Hall Personnel Office 209N. Starke. ((8 am1 pm Mon.-Fri.). Responsibilities decks also garden ponds call ODD 12NEW 7 mile South of Starke on 301. nished, cable tv available. 782-3333
Thompson Street 15 Stephen Smith Lumber and Trustworthy
I Include: answering JOBS 964-8565 or 964-9622. TFN OUTBOARD MOTORS t TROLLING TFN 13
HAVE FUN EARNING MONEY AND phone, greeting visitor,coordinating BECOME MOTORS. 1989 1990 model Building Center. Mon.-Fri. 8:00-: HALF ACRE' MOBILE HOME LOTS for
PRIZES be an Avon Representative. patient scheduling, Ugh typing, filing A PARALEGAL Nationally Below most dealers Invoice. 100% 5:30 9W; Sat. 8.00-3.30.: : 2 litre Pepsi ft rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323.
For Information, call Ramona, 782- document and compiling medical accredited,attorney instructed home financing available. Marine Sales tot RC* Anvil ;True-Temper shovel$3.49; TFN 13

3068. TFN 15BUSINESSPROFESSIONALS chart Must be high school graduate, study established 1976 financial aid. free 1-eOO-544-2850.5 day,8 am-5 8 Pruner $3.69. 12 STATE EMPLOYEES,need home closeto
NEEDED possess basic derical and secretarial FRE'catalog.. 1-800-669-2555, CST. 12STEEL PROM DRESSES: Peach formal tea- your work? We have dean mobile
IMMEDIATELY:To develop sales and skills. Must type a minimum of 35 Southern Career Institute, Drawer BUILDINGS: Must sell two steel I length dress. White 1 lace overlay. homes available. call 468-1323. TFN
management teams throughout Flor- WPM medical background and fa 2158 Boca Raton. FL 33427. building from cancellation. One I Ia Peach bow waistline, size 3-4.$50; 13MOBILE
ida starting April 1. Six figure income 17KEVIN'S Floor length pink formal botton draped
miliaritywithcomputers preferred.We 40x40, brand new never erected. HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY
potential 6-12 months. 1-800-735- offer excellent salary. Send resumeor LANDSCAPING: Any type of Will sell for balance owed. Call Bill at pink roses white dotted lace, *z. 4. WATER. SEWER,CABLE TV 2 BR.

6041.15DRIVERS apply to Santa Fe Healthcare Personnel yard work Call for free estimate, 782- 16005528504. 12 $70.964-8158. 12 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13
GET YOUR CAREER IN Office 800 S.W. 2nd Avenue 3894.17 SECTIONAL SLEEPER SOFA: Beige, WATER BED:Like new. Bookcase head- MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY
GEARI! Bowling Green State Transportation Gainesville FL 32601. Phone 1-904- STOP WASTING MONEY ON RENT OR excellent condition $250. Craftsman board with mirror,padded sideboards, WATER SEWER. CABLE TV. 964-

Center In Bowling Green 338-2179. 15 LONG MORTGAGES:We'l show you Riding Mower, $250.473-1138. TFNHAND heater vibrator. 2 set sheets. $250. 7498 TFN 13
Kentucky gives you the training you'll THE CITY OF LAWTEY I Ia now accepting how to save 50% on mortgage and 12 9648147. 12 2 BR MOBILE HOME On large private
need to become a profeslonallrUck. application for Lawtey Police De- buy the home of dreams. R.V. AIR CONDITIONER. $150; 14 ft. lot.
your ((303)) HOUSE PORTABLE building, 2 miles East of Starke. One child
driver. Financial assistance is avail- Police 753-2856. boat needs repairs, $45; side by side
partment. standards required. 17
storage garage, max. $22S/ mo. plus $150 security.
able. J.B. Hunt one of the country' Applications are located at the City ADOPTION: Happily married couple house*. NOiDOWN PAYMENT.Hwy Amen refrigerator$150;Magic Chef Call 9646479. tin 13

most successful motor carriers, regularly Hall, Lawt y, Fla. 15 wishes lo adopt newborn. Can give 301 South, 964-8848 TFN12X21 gas stove $100. Can be seen at 390 LAWTEY APARTMENTS now accepting
hires sludonti who have com- love ft. all thebest things in life. Expense 12 N. Cherry St 12 application for 1 & 2 BR apartments.Equippedkitchencarpetanddra .
pleted the approved course. Call: 1800.6433331 TWO BRAND NEW MUD GRIP TIRES
*paid.Confidential.
Call Rich A CARPORT .
$990.NO DOWN
*
driver matter J.B.An Hunt Where the HOMES FOR SALE Enid' sty 1-800-221-6489. (R227). PAYMENT.Handl House portable 7823809.14, $90; Upright 12 piano Make offer. Cable ready. EHO. 762-3531.TFN
equal opportunity
employer. Subject to drug screen. FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 BR. 1 1/2 Bath ADOPTION: Happily married couple with 'buildings Hwy 301 South Starke 964- FARM EQUIPMENT: Ford 801 diesel 13SMALL EFFICIENCY
8848 TFN 12 APARTMENT In
DRIVERS: LON3 HAUL KLLM Inc. CB home.Living room dining kitchen, enormous love eager to adopt new- FRESH CUT AUCIA HAY FOR SALE IN $2600;International Farmall A,$950; Lawtey. Close to store and post:of-
large family room w/fl replace' and bulll- International Farmall) Cub with
Lak.landTermlnal now hiring singles' born to raise with undivided love.Expen.e. belly fice. SISO/Mo 782-
ROLL Arthur Gasklrw 732-3140. plus electricity.
teams, and 2nds with recent OTR in bar. Screened In back porch, small paid. Call Bemlce ft Stan'sally 12 tinMARY'S mower and front blade $1450; International 3949.TFN 13

exp. Call 813-683-2202 or 800-525- pool. Fenced backyard, barn w/eleo- 1-800-221-6489. (R236). backhoe and front end loader MOUNTAIN RENTAL: 3 BR bungalow in
4668 Mon.-Fri. 15 tridty. 9645647. 16 VARIETY SHOP:Sale,wicker, with 3 buckets $2200; Osgood Silva, N.C. $225AVkly. For brochure

JOBS IN ALASKA: Hiring up to $600 per IN KINGSLEYLAKE AREA: 3 Bedrooms WE DO HAULING: Any type needed. used furniture appliance. TV. Dragline Crawler type 5/8 bucket V- call 904-752-3053. 13
week.Summer/year around. Canneries 2 baths. Separate dining room, large Lawn service of all types. Call 782- microwaves VCR', You name It. I 8 gas. best offer over$1200. Sold a* BAYLESS HIGHWAY: Three bedroom

,fishing,construction tourism.Call screened patio double carport,,separate 3084 anytime. TFN 17 carry HI. Aiwa looking for such Hems. to. 1966 Ford F-350 Flatbed Dump carpet screened porch.AC. No dogs.
Stop hi If you wish to sell something. $1200 3 axle steel l bed
SU-EL'S RETIREMENT COMMUNITY Truck
Now 206-736-7000. Ext. 105BT for utility room. Located on one acre : ; equip- $300 month plus deposit Ref. re-
employment directory. 15 landscaped lot Call 964-5200 day- Featuring a retirement community and 304 E. Cal St.Don't 9643250. Eveningscall ment trailer, $1000; tandem harrows, quired. 496-2356. 13

FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC: Fla. paramedic time, 533-2805 after 6 p.m. home.Licensed supervision 24hoursa TFN 964-5813. cat after 9pm. planter, bushhoe post hole diggers 2 BR MOBILE HOME: On large lot with
and firefighting certification 16 day. Certified nursing asst,first aid 12 plus many other Implements will sell tree. On Griffls Loop. Call 964-2536
required. Starting salary Is 19721. ATTRACTIVE BRICK. 3 BR/2 BA well CPR trained staff. We are a retire- SOFA, LOVESEAT AND CHAIR: Solid for best offer. All the above must Ian after 5p.m. 13

Growing progressive city, metro maintained home on Mimosa Drive. mentcommunlty nursing home. mauve, 'large In and beautiful. Layered Immediately. 7823449. 12 2 BR MOBILE HOME:C WA.$250 Month.
pillows. In Starke.
Orlando. Apply at Oviedo FireRescue Convenient location Not affiliated with any religious or- storage Never
: quiet neighbor used. Will sacrifice. No children or pet. 964-6251.
42 S. Central Ave., Oviedo, FL hood. 69000. Call Trevor Waters ganizations.Call Sue today4682619. $675. 864-2874. (FOBRENtfCLEAN. : 1314X70

Applications acc:.pted until 5 pm,April Century 21 Showcase Properties "CARE MOBILE HOME: Partially fur-
20. 1990. Several positions. EOE. Broker. 473-4903. 16 DAY AVAILABLE for senior citizens. 12Classified Ads BEDROOM APARTMENT nished. No pet*. 2 BR 2 BA. 431-
EXECUTIVE SALES: $30,000$50,000 3 NEW BRICK HOMES: 3BR 2 BA, One Monday Friday. Call Su-EI Stove refrig. $70 weekly w/utilities.: 1890.13
Up Possible. Commission benefits joins two near golf course sunny 468-2619. 17DON'T
Plus !
Get Results! deposit No pets. 9646232.
LET YOUR CHILDS GRADESand
retirement No travel. Calling on busi- hills Northwest Florida. Low 80's. 13
ness owners, 32-yr. old Legislative Owner financing. 25% Down. After 5 self-esteem sink this year.. Call
Research firm. Please call: Gene pm. 904-773-3119. 16 964-8594. TFN 17
Mathil National-Write Your Congress OWNER:Large 4 BR.1 Bath in Starke. ALTERATIONS: zippers hem, button-
man" Inc 1-800-USA-VOTE/EXT. CB home. On 1.32 Ao. comer lot. No holes, patches.eto. Drop off and pick [
778. 15 0'"I: down. Owner financing. 964-4979 or up. 7 'day* a week,7am-Spm,964- Union County Area Ads] iYARD

"-REAt ESTATBHOENSE! CdiSRSL'bM4weoks.call17554040. avab24368G9vv.r18.: r, -..,.... .. ,., 587. Binehurst Variety.across fconSouthsfde '- -" ..
NEAR COUNTRY CLUB On 3 Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN
: acres. 3
.North R.Real ___ __
17PRESSURE n
Estate College. TFN 15 BR. 2 BA Block home with CH/A.
LPN's&RN's:Full and part time all shifts. woodbuming stove. Over 2400 sq. ft WASHING: House, sidewalks FOR SALE HELP WANTED SALE
LPNs $12.50/$14 Large lawn. Dbl. garage, 2-story bam ,driveways. Roof Repairs.Tree.
: hour
: RNs: $18/
w/shed. 96000. 964-7450 Surgeon. Call 964-<<34f. Terry Parks. TRASH AND TREASURE SALE Sat. 4/7/90
$20 hour. Inquire by phone, or In I DRAWT1TE HITCH for full size truck.
TFN 17 ATTENTION-HIRINGI Government |lobs
to Suwannea 16PERSONAL 9 a.m.2 p.m., off 121, right on dirt
person Volley Medical WO. call Jason at 964-B791. tfn.
CHAIN LINK FENCE: installed. Free ..- your oreo. $I7,840-S69,489. Call
road. Post black board f."c. oait Prit-
Personnel 275 W. Main Street Lake timates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO. REFRIGERATOR Washer Dryer electric R9127.
SERVICES 16028388885. Ext. 2tpd. 3/29.
chett look fOI' ..
Trucking- Itpd.
Butler, FL 32054 or call 496-3034 or .tove. 4962090. Alto Appliance
owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. ATTENTION OSTAL JOBS! Start
4963833. 15 JUNK SALE 250 S.W. 2nd Ave Frl.. Sat.,
Repair. 2tchrg. 3/29. 4/5.
TFN 17STRICKLAND'S 1.41/hour.. Info
SI For call
INSURANCE SALES: Expanding! frater- MOBILE HOME REPAIRS: Need new SEWING MACHINE ASSUME PAYMENTS on 1987 Liberty 14 X 1-602-838-B8B9. ext.application m-9127 6 a.m..IOp.m. Sun., 10 a.m. til 5 p.m. Itpd. 4/9.
nal life Insurance society,Royal Neigh- windows or doors How about those 56 mobile home. 2 bed. 1 both. Call
SALES AND SERVICE: All make ., doyt.. 2tpd. 3/29 49.ATTENTIONGOVERNMENT.
bad floor .
bors of America provides training and Callus.Roof coating, pressure and models cleaned oiled and ad- 431-1145 or 4311632. 2tpd. 4/9 4/12. SEIZED CARS AND TRUCKS

excellent commission Grow with usl, cleaning, painting skirting. Free justed $15. New and used sewing TWO YEAH OLD GREENHOUSE 35 X 132 VEHICLES. from $100. Fords, Mercedet

Opening In Starka area. Call: Val estimates. 964-8961. 17 machines. Hwy 233 ft 16 (Morgan In Lake Butler Possible land .'.0.., Corvettes, Chevy Surplus Buyers 77 FORD F-lOORed. New Paint |lob. No
Meigs,State Supervisor,Jax.FL(904)( ) HOUSEPAlNTING & CLEANING: Call Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 $8500. Call 4962543. Itpd./ 4/5. Guide. 1-602-838-8889 ext. A 9127. dlngt. Very good lhape. Rebuilt motor.
3842750. 15 Tommy Lewis, The Brush Man. LIGHT BULLDOZER WORK: Need drt I WHEEL BICYCLE good condition: $100. CERTIFIED SOUTHERN, YELLOW PINE $i BOO obo. Call Jason at 964.8791.TFN.
CERTIFIED SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE Qualify work, reasonable rates, free spread? Lot cleared, fence row Phone 4962166. 2tpd. 4/9. 4/12. LUMBER GRADERS all 786-4199. for 87 FORD TEMPO 9tp. sliver, 2 door, good

LUMBER GRADERS: Call 786-4155 estimates. References avail upon pushed. For free estimates.Give us a appointment or apply at Champion Internal condition. stereo/cattette, take over
for appt or apply at Champion International request 964-7527 after 6 p.m. call at 964-4908. anytime. TFNLAWN PERSONAL SERVICES Corp. 1090 Holtemo Rd. South poymentt. Call 964-8791 or 964.6713,
Corporation 109 Halsema 17 17 Whltehoute. Fl. 32220. E.O.W. ask for Jull. TFN.
Rd. S White House FL32220. EOE/ EVERGREEN LAWN SERVICE For all SERVICE: Lotus trim your grass, M/F/V/H. 2lchrg. 4/9. 4/12. 1WI CHEVY CITATION Good second car,
M-F/V/H- 15 your lawn maintenance needs. Reasonable trim your hedge, weed-eat whereneededw.'Udolandscapework. WELL DRILLING AND SEPTIC TANKS Dor- BARMAID preferably tingle, DSpr- nedt water pump. $800 O.B.O
rates quality work.964-4686. .Trim man Well and Septic Tank Inc. 24 Ingtown Saloon. 4963591. 4961174. Itpd. 4/5.

DemonstratorsPositions 468-2225. 17 trees or remove. No Job too small. So Inch water well. Pump- sales, ser ATTENTION EARN MONEY WATCHING INTERNATIONAL, SCHOOL BUS S tp.

EXPERIENCED DAY CARE WORKER give us a cat! at 964-4908 and give vice. Installation septic tanks, lift TV I S32.000/yeor Income potential.Detailt. 76 pattenger. Excellent condition
available for energetic, W/CPR first aid training will babysit Dad a break. TFN 17 stationsNew ''n.tallallondrolnll.ld, ((1)) 602-838-8889 Ext. TV9127. $2499, or best offer. 4961273. Itchrg.

to demonstrate any time any age. 964-9422." WANT. TO DRINK THATS YOUR repairs. Contdct Bryan ,(Skeeter)1)1 BE ON T.V. many needed for commerdials. 1979 CHEVY PICKUP 350 engine 5 tp.
outgoing personalities, BUSINESSI WANT TO STOP? Jone.-2792O04lex Jones- 279-2716. Now hiring all for'ca.llng $1600 or best offer.'496-1273. Itchrg.
grocery store products. Must be CHILD CARE: After school,' evenings, THATS OURSI Alcoholics Anonymous After 6 p.m.- State llcented- workouortntood. Info. Coll ((615)) 779.7111 ages.Ext. T-1232.
nights and weekends. For free estimates. 1/255tpd.
mature.
964-3619,964-4150.964-8614
available Fridays & Saturdays. Table reliable dependable care call 964- 111117HANDV 2/22 thetfn NOW Jtpd./ 4/9.HIRING 4/12.GOVERNMENT JOBS NETTLES TREE

& Electric Skillet requirement. For 8522. TFN 17 MAN: Bargain Rate*-No Drivers FILL DIRT SEPTIC TANKS llmerock light $900-$1900. No experience necetsary. SERVICEs
poles, well or package dealt.Culverts
License. Painting, Plumbing Electrical Recorded for details.
more information call 17307306. Decks Addition, Major Repairs. < dozier work. Call 279-2268. 7 a.m.-7 9043726154.message 1 Itchrg.! 4/9. >Removal Pruning ,',
25 yrs. Experience. Local reference. p.m. 279-2197 after 7 p.m. 14tpd. 3/1. .
Sun Coast Woody Hewitt 9645405.1117 5/31. FULL TIME HOUSEKEEPER: 8-3 p.m.. Trimming, De-mossing

references required and have own fg r-2):..s.j Firewood -*>!
Staffing NETTLES TREE SERVICE:Al type tree
transportation Salary negotiable.496-
work 4961326. tfn 17 2134.15 Specializing In Removal of

Dangerous Trees

I HOMES FOR SALE FOR RENTIN SERVICESHOUSICL.ANINGo.R..rence. FREE Estimates


I [ Keystone Area Ads ] GREAT LOCATION-Country decor, STARKE-Cement block. 2BR/2BA. Gatheat. .. We do Call Licensed Thomaa&D.Insured Nettle

2BR/2BA CB Home w/flreploce completely Clean. $390. 964-7138 or torn wlndowt. Call 473-4050.. Ask for 496-1320 e Lake ButlerWANTED
remodelled In 1988 Oltumoble
,
4737044. 2tpd3-29/4.5 Robin. 3tpd3-22-29/4-S
-=-= c VA loan Call today Sue Still 4734)723.) m/2BA-Wlth garage. Ch/A den on 1Macrat. IRONINO-ln my home. Excellent work.

FURNITURE AUTOMOBILESTWO Redfearn-Rlchardton Realty Inc., $' 75.00. Near Keytlone-no pets, Fast service, very reatonable.
173-1' 136. Toll free 18009400036. 264-0195 after 6 p.m. 2tpd4-5-12 4733168. ltchg4-9

S-PIICE-Wrought-lron outdoor patio ..t. 1929 MODEL A-Ford Chottls's. 4tchg4/5-4/26 FURNISHED-AIr Conditioned studio opt. DRYWALL f PAINTING.Small |lob I WANT TO-BUY one hundred thousand
.
Cost $300 want $75. 473-2319. 1tpd4-S Complete with wheel, tlret, englnet, LOVELY MODULAR Home. 3BR/2BA, dm on lake Geneva. Dock and laundry tpaclallttt. Available nights and baseball and football cards from
drive train and steering column. Can with wet bar living room and dining privileges. $279/mo. $27S/dp. weekend. EVAN'S DRYWALL 1969-1988. Will trade, buy or sell. Call

HELP WANTED be driven. Call evenings 9044730829. room on large landscaped lot. Carpal 473-2919. 4tchg4-5/4-26 473-7974.: 4tpd 4-5/26 Bob 4737975. 1tchg4-9

i 71 TOYOTA-Londcrulier 4.4.door., and outside concrete storage building. LUXURY CONDO-End Unit. 3BR/2BA. JACKIE'S CLSANINO-Servlce. Horn or
Many ..tra.. Call 4732951. 1tcha4-9$ UII!. Room. CH/A screened porch Office.
w ARSER IN REAL ESTATE-We train. Call $2,000obo. Toyota Sellca IIItback $800 LIAST EXPENSIVE-ln BEST Reasonable rates Light or Classified Ads
overlooking Geneva Springs. $600/mo. heavy
Dean Weaver Walton Realty Corp. obo. 4733214. Hpd4-S NEIGHBORHOOD. Big old oaks, cleaning Phone 473-7912.
194 WINNESAOO-Li Deltel, 26 very 475.5422.4tchg4.5/426 4tchg3-B.19.22-29
Sharpo
REALTORS 473-4816 475-2272.
"'-hg-1-30-9-30 or mpg 16,000 mile*. Bank will finance little traffic. 3BR/1B spacious 17.14 DW MOBILE HOME-3BR/2BA $50 ONE CAU-We do It all. Housecleaning Get Results!

WAJTRUS-needed. full tlm. Must be ex (all). 4753180. Ilpd.45TIUCKSII.ACCEPTING llvlngroom. freshly pointed. Vacant- deposit $290 per month no pets painting, yardwork. small repair. Coll
Into. $94,9001
ready to move Only
perienced. Lakefront bids on 2 Ford Alderman Road. 4751129. ltcho/4-9 Robert or Shirley. Exper. Refs.
Buddy's Drive 1329 Polntvlew then call Fran
Restaurant near Molr_. 468-2060 F-3501. On. 4-door Dully. 1988. deltel/ by Broker-Sales CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN. 58 year* of 4730713. 41pd3-1$022.29/4.1
Rottano Associate,
,
2tchcj3/29-4/S motor 49.000 miles, and one F-390 age 6-1.200 Ib*.widowed,dworced. FLOOR SAGGIN.DOOR
ADDITIONAL COOK-needed. full tlm*. ,w/12 ft. box van. Trucks being told by 473-1136 Redfearn-Rlchardton 1-800-940-0036.Realty Inc. Intelligent flexible. elegant romantic DRAG GIN.HOUSE OUT OF COMING ATTRACTION.
Must bo experienced. Buddy's Federal Bankruptcy Court. For Information or 1tchg4-9 don't drink, smoke or do drugs. Needs LEVEL? LaRue Leveling Service for ..

Lakefront Restaurant near Metros call Campbell' Auction Service. sweet lady to bury her pride and all your foundation repair 4737721.BRADFORD .
468-2060 2tchg329.45HAIRDRESSERFulltlme 473-7028. 3tchp4-5-19 LAND FOR SALE rawer this quality ad to be his friend TEN 17 Wendy's In Starke Is seeking

; wanted for and hi. wife til Jesus call us home. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: qualified restaurant

Joyce' II In Keystone Village/ Square, FOR SALE MILROSE ACREAOE-2 Acre on Hwy 219 Write P.O.Box 788,Keystone Heights. Septic tank pumpouta at reasonable
2tchg4-5/4-12 nIcely wooded owner terms. 10 percent or call Don. 473-0301.6 am HI 9.30: prices, also drain Ine repair Starke. management professionals to
4734940. SATELLITE SVSTEM-RepotMtsed duo to down 10900. 13.3 Acres at pm. Recent photo please. 1 964-8121. TFN 17 join our team I If you have 1.2
divorce-still under warranty. Nothing $2.500 per acre. Motivated seller 10
NOTICE dawn. (3.9/mo. 1-272-1031. percent down. Century 21 Lakeside SERVICESHOUSBOIAMNGWeekly YARD SALES years management experienceand

SATELLITE SYSTEM-LIk new 6 mo. old Realty 475-1269 or 1-800-432-4999. would like to advance
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub- w/tcrombler.' Nothing down. S49/mo. ext. 1510. 2tchp>29/4-5 monthly or RUMMAGE SALE-Soturdoy, 9 a.m. to 3 and
mined to the lake Region Monitor office 1-272-1011.4tchg3-.15.22.29 onco.473.4051.. p.m.. Senior Service Center, Commercial quickly, come by see us.
|lust
In writing and paid In advance CONDO-Geneva Sprlngs-2BR/3BA. last FOR RENT'MO. 4tchgf3.I 5-22.29-4-1 Circle. Baked goods, plants On-site Interviews:
'unless credit Is already established ono built by builder Iud Emery LR. BINOOI-Suftdoy afternoon 12 noon to Ip.m. clothes, shoes, furniture applicant' ,

with IMV/ office CANNOT BE HELD DR. Kitchen and Utll. Room, Garage. .... HOMES-Partlally furnished 2 or 3 Saturday night at 7 p.m. to whit 2 elephant lunch terved. 11 e..... Wednesday April 25th
MONITOR STAFF 479-2092. a.m.-U:30 p.m. American 21 N. p.m.IIpd45MOVING 5-9
MISTAKES IN bedrooms.$139-$190: per month. SR Legion Highway p.m.
FOR 4tchg3-19-22-29/4-S SAU-Furnlture-Mng
CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ELECTRIC STOVE-As I.. '20. 473-3609 or 100. ocroM from lake Geneva. Call ROOFV4O AND REPAM-Quallty at beds, kitchen set weight-lifting equipment room, Starka Wendy's
reasonable Call
THE TELEPHONE. 4730867. 473.7566 or 473710. rate George at flirt tanks exercise bike 631 Walnut StreetStarke
Classified deadline to '.00: a..... Tun- ItxM MOBILE HOME-2BR/2B. carpet 4 mos.p d//0.264S90IN 479-2977 or 473-34SO (ham). freeter.479-1993. IKhg4-9 .
322.29
P. CH/A 4tchg3/6t.
day prior to Thursday's publication. kitchen oppllcanc .polo. box, $2900. TOWN..On.on.Call 473-4961. TRACTOR WORK-Buthhooglng. bock GARAGE SALE-Frldoy and Saturday 9e.m
$3.90 for 15 word. 473-4487. $240/mo. $71. deposit. to 2 roto-llller tiller
Minimum charge 1tchg4-5 blade and dlek"""' $29.00 per hour p.m. auto ,
4tchg3-6-l9-22-29
then 19 cant for each additional word. 4731136. 4tch04-S/4-26. free belt grinder, many miscellaneous t
PRlNOS-Cenda-2BR/2BAr. IR.OR estimates 4734849.4tchg3I152229 .
SJ bills are mailed out there will be a. PADDLE BOAT-S490.00. Call Bob GENEVA items 7809 Slat Road 21. Highway 21

$3.00 billing charge. 4737975. 1tchg4-9 Utll.Room"camp 95. kitchen.475-2052.A/C ADULT CARB-Stote licensed laundry South at Keystone City Limits sign.

Mailing addreu: P.O. lox 1171. LUXURY CONDO-End Unit. 3BR2BA.Utll. 4tchg319222945MOBILI garage housekeeping, excellent _I.. Two Phone 473-4995. ltpd4-5

.< Pone d
Geneva Leon,
Springs $64,000. Friday. Saturday Sun-
Ham, 473-2BBI.
175.
$ plus deposit.
area.
479-9422. 4tchg4.5/26 1-684-6634 3tchg3-29/4-12 4tcha>B-l9-22-29 day. April 6. 7. 8. 1tchg4-9

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12A TELEGRAPH Aprils. 1990


City Zoning


Board Keeps / I 0


1 W. Madison *Boron Heraog SAUVIGNON CABE lNET ML 8.99 __

'*Baron llerzog CHARDONNAY! ML 8.99

Residentialby *Baron llerzog ZINFANDEL WHITE ? 5.99

ICT Buster Stuff Writer Rahn Kedem CONCORD ft0 2.99

An application to put a produce
Carmel CHw TEDN ML 3.99 c
stand on east Madison Street near a
historical home was turned down 4-0 SAUVIGNON 750
Thursday night, March 29, by the Carmel, BLANC ML 5.99_
Starke Zoning Board. CONC BLACKBE o
ML: 2.99
Pamela and Gordon Crawford ap- Manischewife EAM WHITE
plied to rezone a lot on W. Madison
Street from residential to commercial Mogen David CONCORD J R. 7.99
for a produce stand. The lot is DAY III I i CDNCORD. 1
located on the NE corner of 7 Mogen David BLACKBERRY ML 2.49

Westmorland and Madison Streets, SALE WATCH FOR OUR LARGE AD EACH WEDNESDAY (ABovtwINEs WITH ARE AVAILABLt LARDER ABC STORES ONLY
east of the southern colonial home of y y
the late L.A. Davis and now owned
by Curtis and Lu Green Sanders.
Gordon Crawford,speaking for he 1 1 I 1
and his wife, said they want to buildan
open air produce stand on the lot,
selling vegetables, fruits and plants. It BEEFEATER BURSICITS. LORD @wn
Long range plans include the 1. CALVERT
building of a permanent structure to "" 750 bLTR. CANADIAN #
Louis Martini tSSSu. 4.99 n
house the facility with "plenty of off 'iin uREi GIN 17512.99 SALE .ML ; 1.7512.99 SALE' \ 9UC2299 f

street parking. -2.00 REBATE Mondavi ESS, Sf'12.99 IDRn ""' -3.00 MFR AEB/ITE/
Crawford admitted knowing the fA1VkRi

when property he bought is zoned it, saying for ,residences"I bought T. i I U.W AfTER REBATE =:; +'Il Sutter Home SST1Sebastian / .. 750 ML 5.49 .- 9.99 AFTER REBATE 1299 MI-

the land to put up a nice (produce) CS. OF 6-$137.50 CS. OF$76.95 F !MEaLBT 75i.ML 6.49 ( CS.OF 6.$77.94 CS. OF 12-$155.88 ,
!
stand. I wasn't able to buy land on
T
US-301, and" I got a good buy on this Gilbey's "' Charles Krug iw/woa/. MLI 6.99 ::"' Canadian Seagram's ,

property. BOMBAY 'R+H CA\N.&IJIAN! I
Zoning Board Member Warney ti n, .WHOIf..... 750 ML 4.99 .... ,, 1.7512.Mist.Gin. .- '
Adkinson said, "This is definitely e Y II M .lflIIJNlrEm'(. !
spot zoning, and we have enough of .1 U1 GlenSebastia Ellen UI C"Y 10"'._ Of 4J9 Ter LTR. -3.00 SALE '
NEBAn:
that already. 1
David Alvarez, who lives on 1299 Kendall AICum cHMmm ML 8.99 O 00 AFTER 12 '
Pinewood Drive, said he favors the T I &' 750 ML L *5iiH 1 W.W REBATE LTR.us .

rezoning, since the area has a bank CS. OF 75.50 CS.OF 12-$119.88 Saintsbury C..ADOtiNAY ML10.49 CS.OF 6-$77.94 CS. OF 74.50
and a bakery in the area. He said the [.9
Sanders, who object to the rezoning .5 ''' ;
I BOODLES() CANADIANPREMIUM
,
application, already have a convenience Y<< 7 } e '
store selling beer and wine t'" (1f Brit isld(.i n Mateus Rose ML.3.49 WM 86.8
across the street from them. I. THE PREMIUM IS IN THE
Alvarez said business is moving in GIN 750 8.99 SUE J Ruffinoiiiantilasi(0 1 750'M 5.99 1.7517.99 SALE BOTTLE NOT THE PRICE
that direction and the stand ML2.0 "".
produce nieAtt t ..:..!.:, -2.00 RELATE 49
will be beneficial to the Duboeuf h
1199. 'Ik\AI,111i' CHAROO.NAY. ML 599La --- 13
(
neighborhood. 6.99 AFTER Fkar ;; 15.99 AFTER 757s0
;
Veteran Board Chairman REBATE "' REBATE LTR
Zoning Francesco PinotGrigio I 2?' 2.99 :'r.
Walter Westcott said the convenience CS.0F12-$142.50 CS. 0F12-$107.88 CS. OF-$107.94 CS.OF-$80.94

store is in a nonconformingstatus Black Tower IIEMM M LcK ML? 3.99 ,
built "just before zoning ordinances I I A 1 : I
were adopted," and the
bakery was approved by the zoning mir1Eo1tT ABC 80 DRKENTUCKY
board, since it "up-graded an existing 4 $ RELSKA. dIM
situation, converting an old .
service station to a bakery." s VODKA VODKA JROURRON
Westcott said the rezoning will MllilIIIDY""axw.
,
also require\ a change in the Com t111'7= I Carlo Rossi aesft. =:oLL Lm.S 5.39 ;.RrAy
; 99 -
prehensive Land Use Plan. 649 NMRttE 1299 1279
Zoning Board Member Doris 175 Ga110 FMIM uUh. 18 3.79
: LTR LtR -.I
Sandberg moved to deny the requestto 1?; oAuaeMeor
rezone because the action would .r: CS.OF -$89.94 CS. OF 12$77.88ABSOLUT 's CUIIETINJfTIIJ.IIIJIIOY. 3 19 CS. OF 6.$7LIR. CS.OF 6-$76.74
ABC cNAk: NNACHA.H- 5.
constitute spot zoning, and the pro- sIIMiLCIIIufl1x."nu" LTR.
posed produce stand Is not compatible 'h.KD.4Nl" .... FIEISCHMAN
to the area. i'' a 1IOllLI1iJI GallO ='mn'wENW'" = LTR.1 B 4.99 ; PREFERRED ,

Since the zoning board only makes 80 PROOF SMWflWM. HAHC,MHANN MtUM
recommendations and not final decisions I! VODKA 8 VODKA BLACK LABEL 'BLEND
the request will now go before t
city commissioners Tuesday, April Pt 'I 99 49
17, for final action.Operations. I 099 11 14' 699tmJ.
,: I 750 ML LTR.CS. .
OF 12..$172.95 CS. OF 12.$83.88
i'r' CS.OF 65.94 CS.OF12.S143.88 .
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Ii:.' FLEISCHMANNS. TAR K 0V o n Korbel UJ08E'J Yhiilel> l hja 128 1 I IrI
ABRr
(from page IA) '
VODKA VODKA BLEND, 86 PROOF
initially will be more expensive f S xoN 780 18.99 --

Reddish said. '99 1 099 YIN ML ,rw.L..mr. I 099 1249
To name five department supervisors ''
from among existing : U:. PiperHeidsiecklAlJT"Nr, : 19.99.

employees.The new supervisors will CS.OF 59.94 CS. OF 65.94 CS.OF 6.$65.94 CS.OF 12-$149.88Mumm's
be upgraded five steps in pay, from PerrierJouetGold I"'"''II 100! ML 19.99 ,
grade 10 to grade 15, which would
cost some $40,000, said Administrator I IIANC DE 750lxveRJYOuSE
Wayne McLeod,the new ;) Seal .LANG ML 8.99 ItONJijCO MYERS'SDARK
assistant superintendent for support a
services. """acN """ : ANTI ''f
.,'s. :i; 1 M 8 R SPUMANTE ML 9.49 RUM
Reddish also plans to put work .. RUM
-' ,,.
SCOTCH : foal : ii aN GOLD OR WHITE
orders to trace costs BUNDED SCOTCH WHISKEY -
on
computers -. NE 750 Yjl\10111
back to their source. tl\I&M AA..r.A Tons.t. ORr ML 6.99 99Grant's
Reddish admitted his proposal will 1999 '99 + 1'299' '
increase the work load,and said this J. u: LTR. BeccaroPUAMNTF 750 ML 8.44 "w 750 ML
year will be tight with some workers CS.OF 6$77.94BACARDI CS.OF 114.95 .
who have been in the field being CS.OF 6-Sn94 CS.OF 119.88
elevated to supervisory positions.
Board members smiled at hear- / I sebastiani .
,
IM..4
ing, figuring a request for more A J&B 3JIlJ.. WHITE FRANCA
employees will come next year.This DI 750 G.iu"TEoi" ZIgNFANDEL id AMBER OR SILVER CAIERNET SAUVICHOHCH1HOOHIUV
year Reddish proposes operatingwith SCOTCH SARONNO ML 14.99 RUM MEBIOI
SCOTCH i
57 employees, down from 57''. WHIff LAIIENNET SAUVIGNON SIANCAmarcttO
Of the 57 employees, 33 are school 99 HennessyVS ML 15.99 49 ANAI.I 49 99

bus Five drivers.departments are proposed by j 1149 ML '750 ML w Bailey's I Irish ML 12.99 : '1.5 LTR. -S: 1FLTR. 750 MLCS.OF12S47.83

Reddish safety/energy: purchasing, maintenance, warehousing, and, CS. OF 12-5134.95 CS.OF 119.88 E&J Brandy ML 6.99 ""- CS.OF-$38.94 ."'1 05.OF 12-$113.88


transportation.Board Member. James Watson catty Johnnie J Jagehneister,R MLCourvoisier 16.99

said he "very much favors" a
fulltime transportation assistant.The Sark Walker ,VS: ML .15.99

position has been 10 months, SCOTCH RED HarvesS1DrambuiefS 750 '.. REGULAR,
99
Watson said, and summer work is ML, I. eoou LIGHT,
necessary to plan changes in bus 21 99 12750ML ,,750 19.99 X.GOLD
routes. 1.78 ML
y w,
The plan Is good but how much is it CS.OF 6.$129.95 CS.OF 12-$144.95 Emmef CREAM'IRISH ML 6.99 a 1 069200 = 869 :

going to cost the board,asked Board .
Member Len Schlofman, recalling 1 1 1 M&KVernwirth'Stolichhaya ti115L 4.49 SAL' MAIL-IN REBATE ,sAFTERIREBATE
when Reddish informed him that

Operations Department expenditures SCHLfZ 79 SCHNAPPS
were increased under
2 !
Register. MALT UOUOR 1102CAA6 HOTSHOT, CRISTA1L O'i AEOVLM OIIuaN Schlitz

lUDt BOSTON 099 VODKA = :ILACN== '- iMiliDouliee ",PREMIUM SEER'T

BUDUGHTsnnuwasioo 49 CORDIALS O 750 A U.TOAITED"LlIIOMO., I i1 POPULAR PRICE'
(Worth ] ML "

Noting ICE LARaE 1999 (. ,;, 1'299 _- 79 S
.AS l
( ML 399 l' -
DtuI TSINL' CUBES 85 ML 1:oz : : 6-PK 120l.WIPage

.
s RUMCoupon CS.OF 12 $239.88'CS.0F12$154.95
S.Bd. Visits...

The Bradford County School

Board follows plans: to visit district schoolsas items below are limit 2 per customer.with coupon on dates indicated VISAS ,. RAs

Mon. Apr. 16, Lawtey Elementary THURSDAY,APRIL 9GILBEY'S UriffiOAYAI>(W.7 ,MONDAY,APRILS' 1 +
I ANCIENTAGE CANADIANvoaxA

Tue.Apr. 17, Starke Elementary '
I I
Mon. Apr 23, Southside Elementary i
I II 9 99 ,.75 11.99z 1149'LOWEST
Tue.Apr. 24, Bradford Middle LTR .
SChool IPaeurtokrNlKa BN

Mon.Apr. 30, Bradford High WEDNESDAY,SPAS.< F FRIDAY,APRIL I SUNDAT.APRILI I TUESDAY APRIL 10
School BOSCACAHEI ANDRE PurtadrWHITE.. CAltO ;:R PRICES LARGEST
1'oe.1\Iay 1, Hampton Elemen- WHITE WHITCBLIMH VERMOUTH
BRUT OLD OUCK .M9MY.A.M Llar11 SELECTION!

taryMon..May 7, Bradford Vo-Tech 5.49 1.5 / 2.79 7sa 4.99. 1 99 75DLTIL
Mon.May 14, Brooker Elemen- ML MLE
tary RaCU/TOI.N.'CIU./N IFBImT0Mm.ces I.iaa1/roLMsN Sewo0 IFMCWTOMrll.tdMOMe
Mon.'May: 21, Operations Center
Thr. May, 24, Spring Sports Ban-
I I 1 0 r
quetMon..May 28, Regular Board I /
meeting !: n
Thr May, 31, Alumni Sr Dinner I I i t 1
Frl. June, 1, BUS Graduation ,
I Mon.June, 4, District Offices






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13 Vie for Coveted Title


Scheduled .Mindy Lynn Gnann, 18, daughterof
Strawberry Pageant for Mr. and Mrs. Plen Gnann of
I Starke,is a junior at Bradford High
Saturday Night, April 7, at BHSOne BHS School.cheerleaders Mindy is co-captain and has brown of the

of 13 young ladies will be Junior Class Princess.She was Miss hair and green eyes. She is editor of I
crowned the Bradford County Congeniality In the 1909 Strawberry the school newspaper ..nd was
Strawberry Queen In a pageant set Pageant. She plans to attend Junior Class prlncesa in the 1989 4ZW 44FI
Saturday, April 7, in the Jacksonville University to study homecoming. she plans a career In
Bradford High auditorium. x-ray technology. She is sponsoredby physical therapy, specializing in
"Bright Lights, Big City" is the Chastain's Jewelry of Starke. children. Mindy is sponsored by
theme of the 28th annual Strawberry Triest Construction Co.
Pageant sponsored by the JuniorWoman's Kemberly Fillyaw, 18, daughterof Emily Tew, 20, the daughter of r-i.
Club of Starke. Peggy Ann Crawford and the late Michael Tew Sr. and Barbara Pet-
1989 Queen Wanda Mueller will Carl Ray Fillyaw of Starke. Miss tit.Tew,who dives in Starke a 1988
crown the new queen. The new Fillyaw,who graduated with honors graduate of Spencer High School.
queen will reign over,the Bradford from Bradford High is a freshman Miss Tew enjoys swimming, wat-
County Fair which runs April 10-14.( at Santa Fe Community College. ching football, and especially being
The 13 girls will model in sport- Kern, a former drum major for the with her friends. Miss Tew was a
swear, swim suits, and evening Spirit of Bradford band, aspires to homecoming princess for two years
wear. Advance tickets for the 28th become a high school band director and an attendant to Miss Yellow I .
annual Strawberry Pageant are $3 and perhaps,go on to teach music to Jacket. Miss Tew aspires to be the L' I
for children and $3.50 for adults. the deaf and blind. She is sponsoredby best she can and a friend to those
Tickets are on sale at Mitchell's Joan's Fashions. around her.She is sponsored by Ter- L
Drug Store on East Call Street. willegar Motors of Starke.
The 13 contestants are: Allyson Thompson, 19, daughterof Angelina Marie Ramsey, 19, the _
Teresa Kathleen Bassett 17 Don and Joyce Thompson of daughter of Sheila Christmas and
daughter of Sam and Sheila Bassettof Starke. She is a 1988 graduate of Edward Christmas of Starke. She is Strawberry Queen Candidates with Queen Wanda... II
Starke.She is a senior at Bradford Bradford High and was a member of a freshman at Santa Fe Community
High School. Green eyed with brown the 1988 homecoming queen's court. College. She enjoys bowling, swim- One of 13 Bradford young ladies will be crowned the Kim Singletary, Angel Ramsey, Marji Hall, Teresa
hair, Miss Bassett enjoys swimm- Allyson enjoys raquetball, riding ming, dancing, and walking along 1990 Strawberry Queen by 1989 Queen Wanda Mueller Bassett. Third row: Donna McDavId Emily Tew No>
ing,reading,and being with friends. bicycles, writing poems and being the beach. Miss Ramsey plans to center in first row. Srlvlbul. Fourth row: Allyson Thompson Mimh
Teresa has been a BHS cheerleaderin with friends. She Is sponsored by The young ladles are l-r): First row: Tavia lied."lnlC. Gnann, Shae Blom Kern Fillyaw. I
grades_910, and 11, and was Thompson Sheet Metal. tee Pageant page 10B Queen Wanda, Mueller Lori Mnnn. Seronil r..w:
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Page 2ti TKLKGHAHll.MONITORBSECTION: Aprils, 1900 .

Recent ArrestsIn John O. Flythe pled no contest Issuing ie); make restitution, $50 court medium and narrowly missing< a Correction...
Bradford Police worthless check ($45.91 Winn costs. semi, the trooper turned off his blue Last week's Issue of the Telegraph
Beat
County Dixie); show roof. of restitution and Krista Elizabeth Patton charged lights, reduced speed and maintained Incorrectly reported the occurrence
The following arrests were rrmde pay $50.Susan. with hunting deer with gun and survelllence of the van. leading up to the March 23 arrest of
by local authorities in Bradford .tI Griffis pled no contest Issu- light; dismissed. The youth apparently thought he Deborah Wright who was chargedwith
County. by Carolyn Eaves Ing worthless check ($15.75 Teen Flees Prison, had lost the trooper and also reduced two counts of battery and
BCT Staff WriterMisdemeanor Pinehurst); make restitution, pay speed near the SR-218 intersection. disorderly conduct, according to
Carolyn Faye Robert was ar- $50 court costs,placed on 90 days TrI Injured, The continued 'following Deputy Gordon Smith. Wright did
rested March 28 on a capias charg- Court County Probation. When Van WrecksA the trooper not board the school bus (as
van north which turned onto Nor
ing grand theft Griffis charged with Issuing wor- during a dispute with the
,according to Deputy juvenile Inmate at the Alligator reported)
mandy Road.As the traffic Increased -
Gordon Smith. She was released on March 20 FinalsThe thless checks($19.23,$30.33,$23.81 to Creek Stop Camp escaped serious Injury on the two-lane highway the bus driver. We apologize for the er
her own recognizance (ROR). following individuals ap- Wal-Mart); make restitution. when the van he had stolen flipped trooper thought he had lost the teen ror.'
Willie Lee Thomas
peared in Bradford County Misdemeanor \. pled guilty on Yellow Water Road In when he turned left at Yellow Water
James Kevin Lee,29,was arrested Court March 20 before petit theft; $50 court costs. Jacksonville Sunday night. Road.Just as he was thinking of tur-
March 29 on a capias for burglaryand Judge George H. Pierce where their Harley Robert WaUron: pled guilty The driver of a prison van jumpedout ning back, trash strewn on, the
battery, according to Lt. David cases received final disposition. disorderly intoxication; sentencedto and called authorities after a highway caused him to slow and look
Aderholt. He was ROR. two days in jail, six months Tri teenage passenger had threatenedher off the highway.The van had flipped ClassifiedsGet
Melissa D. Edenfield pled guilty County supervision, $50 court costs. with abduction.The several tunes but the juvenile, who
Mark Allen Mosher,41,was charged issuing worthless check (30.53 Maria Melissa Washington pled no stolen van headed north at a was wearing a seatbelt,suffered on-
March 29 with failing to keep Stumps); $50 court costs, make contest petit theft; $50 court costs, high rate of speed on US-301 with a ly a broken arm, according to Sgt. Results
records, possessing altered cer- restitution. make restitution. Florida Highway Patrol trooper In David Goodner '
tificate of title, according to Deputy George Bishop pled no contest: Sharon Carter pled no contest issu- hot pursuit at 9:17: p.m. After The escapee was taken to Univer-
Kinard Perry. He was released aftera retail theft; dismissed. ing worthless check ($9.77 Winn Dix witnessing the van swerving into the sity Hospital for treatment.
$10,000 surety bond was posted. ....
-
Debra Taylor Chotrow,31,was ar-

Michael rested ication April, Paris.according 1 for She disorderly was to released Deputy Intox- We Have Everything lor your Easter Feast.

after a $250 surety bond was posted.
...:: { (LIMIT 2)) SLICED FREE
Clara Mae Hicks, 50,was arrested

April cording 1 for to aggravated Patrolman battery Cheryl, ac- .'."j- f.j W-D SPECIAL TRIMMED E

Belcher. She was ROR. ;; : I. WHOLE

Carylon Roberts was arrested
March 28 on a capais. Bond was set
at $1,000. Roberts was ROR. SMOKED HAMS

Janice M. Nichols was arrested
March 2 for aggravated aseault. _
Bond was set at $1,000. She was I.: .. OR

ROR. W-D REGULAR ((10 LBS. & UP) e
'
Theodore Thomas Bresee, 23, was
arrested April 1 on a capias for 1 BROADBREASTED
burglary, trespassing in occupied tll ,r
structure, according to Deputy ( : .
Perry. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted. Q TURKEYS lIB.

Jorge Arlel Nunez and William O.
Pinzon were arrested April 1 for
burglary of dwelling. Bond was set
at $500 on the charge. Nunez was

ROR. I 000/0
James Edwin McLean was ar-
rested March for violation of pro- Winn-Dixie
bation. Bond was set at $5,000, he
was ROR. SATISFACTION

James Joseph Burchick was ar-
rested March 26 for retail theft. TM GUARANTEEDWE
Bond was set at $150. He was ROR
and placed on Tri County Probationon
WILL REPLACE ANY ITEM YOU
the Bradford charge but held for
release to Lake City authorities. ARE NOT PLEASED WITH OR

RETURN YOUR PURCHASE PRICE.
Traffic
.. IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED,
Diane Green Vandiver,38,was ar- -- -
rested March 28 for driving under in- NEITHER ARE WEIREMARKABLE !
fluence (DUD), battery of a law enforcement PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
officer, according to STARKE _
Patrolman Feltner. Bond 470 WEBT HAOIBOM tTRCCVWinnDixie
Jerry was VERSION OF
set at$2,000,she was released on her GIORGIO OPIUM ,
own recognizance. t'y. -, .'? :.II *W OBSESSION WHITE

Graig Allen Savage,,29,, was ar- ; dH ".......",-II.:.;,, '. '\:". .w ras.J :. t : u" UNEN*, OSCAR DE LA
{ \ [ orPOISOHSA
3 o..Q' l .jftENTA
rested April 1 for DUIr according to e II y M '
Trooper W. M."Abrams.' Bond was :;; 7" FRENCH
set at$500, he was ROR.

Edgar Chavis was arrested March Helps You .: : IMPRESSIONS

26 for DUI, driving while license .
suspended (DWLS). He was released 0 F"F OFF PERFUME

to Brooksville authorities. Look Your _\

Gregory Joseph Sheley, 45, was OF OUR
OUR ENTIRE LINE ENTIRE 4OF
.,
arrested March 31 for expired tag,
attaching tag not assigned, DWLS, Best for Less .
according to Patrolman William M
MAYBELLINE L'EGGPANTY 4V
Brown. He was released after a
$715.25 surtey bond was posted. HOSE 'slit=.



Three ChargedIn _
Beating At Bar '

Two men and a juvenile were + +r EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
PRICE
charged March 31 with beating a V09N LOW PRICE
man In the parking lot of K.D.'s Bar __
on Oak Street. B .
-.1.-.1.I
Steve DeSue, 27, and Emanuel
Brown, 22, were charged with ag
battery after they and a
juvenile beat Marvin M. Albritton

23, causing injuries to his face andhead ......
according to Officer Scott 1
Allen.The victim was taken to Brad-
ford Hospital Emergency Room
where he was treated and released. 3 H
Bond for the charge was set at FUME:
$2,000. They were released on their :
own recogniance. I

LOAF OP FRENCH BREAD$
CHOICE OF TWO: _
Two ChargedIn LB.OP POTATO SALAD go .
LB.OP COLE SLAW _
Brooker FightA I LB.OP BAKED SCANS EA,

fight in Brooker led to one per- I SERVES c iL

( son being Injured and two people beIng NEW YORK STYLECHOCOLATE! __
arrested March 30. 1
Rescue and deputies were calledto IV.DA.LOW"P..CI'J' : IVIRVDAr LOW PRICK.
the Brooker Handy Way late FrI- REGULAR, LIGHT or
day night where a hispanic male had : EXTRA GOLDCOORS 600 Off 8UNRINSE REGULAR or
multiple stab wounds to the head PERSONAL SIZEIVORY
according to Paramedic BillO'Neal ESCU11RSgg DOWNY FAE3IC>
and Dan Cuddington. Hilario BEER IV
SOFTENER
Vallejo Benites 59 was taken by J' 4-PIC. h BAR SOAP
ShandsCalr to Shands for treatment.He l
was later charged with disorderly JL
intoxication with bond set at$500, I 5$558$338 OC
according Chief Deputy Pat Henry.He '. -PK.
was released on his own '
DELI BOILED PKG.
recognizance. CHABLIS BLANC, BLUSH, PINK CHABLIS, VIN
\'f..r" ; HAM ROSE BURGUNDY or RED ROSE! REGULAR or ASSORTED '

Arrested for the stabbing was .. w'R'r GAlLO PREMIUM I.HT"$379 PUFFS FACIALTISSUE $"04 FOLGERS DECAF

Tereso Mendosa Ruiz, 35. she was :,.,. $ 9 8 TABLE WINES. slL . . I1Ht son COFFEE '}I, 296
charged with aggravated battery.An 2 .
illegal alien, Ruiz has been in the WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ON YOUR REGULAR SPORTY CLEAN, SPRING BREEZE
United States since 1969,said Henry. ta SHOPPING LIST THAN JUST,GROCERIES! POWDER FREN or UNSCENTED ROLLONi ?
She is being held for immlgaUon. ALL FLAVORS SECRET .

SO DOUGH PH1NGLES .. DEODORANT Il 2ZE $17
v.11
The two had been fighting at a FRENCH BREAD 'LOK $199 ii 1.' CHIPS OCU-CLEAR LOUNGE
house In. Brooker which led to $97

Benites being cut by Ruiz.' FRESH BAKED U'tH99c $ 1 9 ': EYED JIO PS CHAIR ., '. .., EA
Ocu
PUMPKIN PIE 1
'
*.. ,OIL OF OLAY
$ 79WinnDixie
MINISTRIES BCTCRNATIONAL WHITE, ONION, WHEAT< Dear ..
LIFE iPlWSE CMHSTEB I CLEANSER 35.
OAT BRAN __ $174 . '( i TUIE
Pg..Or.1t,.pLw.9DSPA41OI' PITA 99 C CRACKIN GOOD :: ...._ l 15-ml. PRf SH N GENTLE .

EDWARD! U VAN CAMP BREAD . 12W.... PUfFED. 14.c 99'' BTL. $" 19
A FULL GOSPEL FAMLY CHURCH CHEESE CURLS ISO PUffS..2 'm'

"Come experience the difference
Schedule of Services:



Wednesday S Sunday 7:00 Gaya( -pn Morning Evening; Evening Worship Worship.Worship. Helps You Get The: I



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Lake Gene *c Woman I struck a tree head-on. scale marijuana distribution ring in minimum mandatory five years transportation of the drugs from
News Briefs Charles C. Howard, driving a 1989 Bradford County from 1986 to 1988. prison sentence with a possible $2 sources In Houston and other Texas
Dies At Shs..J5 Chevrolet pickup, was westbound at Alan Curtis Sapp aka Jay Patterson million fine. Forfeiture was droppedon locations.She said a courier drove to
From Wreck InjuriesA I 9:30: p.m.on CR-238 three miles west 39, who was residing in Naples, Cribbs' house and Cribbs and a motel in Texas to meet Sapp. Sapp
by Carolyn BavM of Lake Butler,according to Trooper FL at the time of his indictment, is Cribbs Wood Produce, Inc., a would then take the car and return
23-year-old Lake iJeneva woman Donald C. Roberts. The pickup left said to have organized the network lumber business on US-301 south of with a carload of marijuana to be
died from Injuries suffered after her BCT Staff Writorpath the roadway on the north shoulder transporting nearly 3.5 tons of mari- Starke, for a $5,000 cash payment at driven to Florida.
vehicle was struck by a pickup truck of the truck and was struck in struck a tree head-on, spun aroundwith juana from Texas to Florida duringthe the time of sentencing. The Crawfords supplied Sapp with
March 24 In rural Putnam County. the passenger'side by the 1987 Ford the driver's door striking two year period. Other defendants, Richard An- money to buy the drugs and Lee
Dawnelle Lynn Johnson was takento pickup. Driver of the pickup another tree. The pickup then Sapp pled guilty to conspiracy to thony Lee, 30, of Newberry, and drove the marijuana to FlorKu' aid
Shands Hospital by ShandsCair Michael Anthony Robinson, 28, of travelled to a north shoulder of the distribute more than 1,000 kilograms brothers Paul Lloyd Crawford, 40, Heldmyer.
where she died a short time later, Keystone Heights and passenger road and stopped, according to 2,200 pounds of marijuana bet- and Rod Allen Crawford, 35, of Sentencing for the five defendants
according to Trooper Larry McKen- Willie Wills, 41, of'Lake Geneva Trooper Roberts. Howard who was ween February 1986 and December Lawtey pled guilty to possessionwith Is scheduled for June 29.
zie. The driver and a passenger In were taken to area hospitals to be partially ejected: from the truck, 1988. intent to distribute. They face a
the rick up were Injured the acci treated for injuries.The died at the scene.Homicide Sapp faces a minimum of ten maximum 20 to 40 years in prison. Public Defender
vehicles were totalled in the investigator was years in prison with a maximum of Fortfeiture was dropped on Lee's
Johnson,driving a I960 Chevrolet, 5:30 p.m. accident. Trooper Roberts. life and/or a $4 million fine.Claimedas beach front property in Walton Turns Prosecutor
was eastbound on SR-20 about five Homicide investigator was forfeiture was$90,000 In cash seiz- County and Rod Crawford's Frederick Replogle, who has beena
miles west of Interlachen, making alert Trooper W. Grubbs. Five Piead GuiltyIn ed in November 1988 from Sapp at residence and 2.5 acres of land for a public defender for nine years,has
turn Into the Cowpen Sub Shop Lake Butler Man Federal Pot Case the Jacksonville Airport.A $5,000 cash payment at sentencing. decided: to become a prosecutor.
parking lot when her vehicle
was Replogle Is chief assistant public
stuck by a westbound pickup.According Killed In CrashA Five area men pled guilty Mon second defendant John Douglas According to Assistant U. S. At- defender in the Bradford County of
to Trooper McKenzie 19-year-old Lake Butler man day, April 2, the day their trial was Cribbs, 32, of Lawtey, pled guilty on torney Michelle McCain Heldmyer fice.Starting May 1,he will work for
Johnson's vehicle drove Into the was killed March 30 after his vehicle to have started, to running a large- the conspiracy charge and faces a Sapp organized the purchase andWD State Attorney Len Register in

-p Gainesville as a felony division
<-t {\\ ") chief.
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Replogle Is also chairman of the
Bradford County Zoning Board.
1PRICES
Linda Haddad, assistant public
defender in the Starke office, bar
t 11 GOODTHURS.WED. been named to replace Replogle.
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I APRIL 5-11.1990 FIIP Troopers

? QUANTITY RIGHTS Continue License,
e \ RESERVED- Vehicle Inspections

Bradford CountyThe

.: Florida Highway Patrol will
.; l 1 be conducting driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
,, ing the week of April 6 through April
12 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SIMS,
SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
BRAND U.S. CHOICE PREMIUM GRADE HICKORY SWEET CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231
STORE CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A

E-Z CARVE fRYER HOURS SLICED in Recognizing Bradford County.the danger' presentedto

8 A.M. the public by defective vehicle

I trate equipment their efforts Troopers on vehicles will concen-being

RIB ROAST lEG QUARTERS IlT P.M. BACON operated brakes, worn with defects tires and such defective as bad

lighting equipment. In addition at-
tention will be directed to drivers
who would violate the driver license

9-11 LB. 0L I laws The of Patrol Florida.has found these checkpoints -

$ to be an effective means of enforcing -
PKG.
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l license laws of Florida while insuring
3 39 the protection of all motorists

4 FEDERAL Union CountyThe
FOOD Florida Highway Patrol will
U STAMPS be conducting driver license and
ea- vehicle inspection checkpoints dur-
ing the week of April 6 through April
LB. LB. LB. 12 in SR-100, SR-121,SR-231, SR-241,
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229,
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
W.D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF BONElES PREMIUM GRADE SKINLESS
BOTTOM ROUND ROAST Lts X297 FRYER BREAST L* $268 W-D COOKED HAM P a.$299 796A in Union County.

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U.S. CHOICE
r.: W-D REGULAR SELECT LEANBOSTON
I WHOLE or .:.', ;".'.' .,
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'< LAMaLE6 \ i c i'-; 2.i o'T... r\i' ,)f'l irtieifKriStConservationfsra the
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llq ..... ,"-:.;.:...,.;..,,./ ;.._- JI S I ail Year by the Florida Wildlife Federa-
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tion in recognition: of his many yearsof
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) THESE SERVICES AVAILABLE: dedicated service to the cause of
HW'I'I I 4'4-il $298 12-oz.PKQ. LB. Checking Traveler's Checks forest conservation in Florida.
Savings Account Credit Card Applications Grant has been successful in ad-
LB.WD OrdersSHANK acres of wildlife habitatto
Loan Applications Money ding 25,000
HALP Of. 10 LBS. 4 UPCAROLINE THORN APPLE VALLEYSAUSAGE
Certificates Deposit Night Depository the Osceola National Forest
PORTION $109 FRESH 91C 'lOLl.$1 ? 90 Money Market Accounts Notary Public which is some of the best black bear
SMOKED HAM u. 1 TURKEYS . La LINKS . lOX>t HOURS: habitat in Florida. He also joined the
Wildlife Federation in establishing a
W-O BUTT HALF PORTION or FROZEN BAKING FARMERS CHOICE O $149 THURS.MON-WED a .=RI. 9am-4pm 9am.-8pm.: : s1t Ix'rn1kTI't' reward fund to help apprehend

SMOKED HAM to $119 HENS . . LHII $108 GROUND TURKEY LI. I SATURDAY 8am-2 pm. BankW cougar Congressman poachers.Grant has also sup-
HICKORY SWEET ported acquisition of the Pinhook
BONELESSHAM GRADE 'A' GOLD STAR O98 Swamp addition to the Osceola National
$199 $128 Forest,and has advocated adding
. . u. FROZEN DUCKS. CHILI. . eL u I habitat areas to the Ap-
palachicola and Ocala National
t HARVEST Forest for wildlife and recreation
purposes. He is a strong supporter of
EVERYDAY EVERYDAY PRICE EVERYDAYPRICE FRESH panther re-establishment in North
PRICE LpW LOW Florida forests and multiple-use
SOW management of public forests.

u I PRODUCE Pine Grove Church
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vites everyone to attend a Revival
t? -e WINN-DIXIE makes the difference. beginning April 9 through 13, at 7
p.m. nightly.,Evangelist Rev. Mike
Norman. _

HARVEST FRESH' FLORIDA

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I SUPEftBRAND REGULAR. or LOW FAT ALL VARIETIES! '
'COTTAGE $125 $OOO Sean Connery
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FOLGER'S CHEESE . . ? I' ':sI'g V 79 C THE HUNT FOR
: COFFEE TEXAS! STYLE or BUTTER FLAVOR PLAIN BOO, ONION or RAISIN HONEY \ .
e' ,"5" SUPERBRAND LENDER'S 12.u$200 = lB. RED OCTOBERRATED
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13-02. $189 ALL VARIETIES
VAC PARKAY TYSON Friday 7:00 *: 9:28
$500
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BOo OFF i LONGHORN HALF MOON COMBO SAUSAGE or PEPPERONI
CASCADE AUTO $221 SUPERBRAND $158 viNNiE's 98C -SCREEN 2-
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SHOP OUR WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY ;. ,'. HEADLESS $O69n LB' Won A Pulitzer Prize9Rwwc3
FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE WASHINGTON STATE

CONVENIENCE AND LOW PRICES p ROCK SHRIMP RED DELICIOUS 47C1

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$149
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I October Land Sales Just- Miss $2 Millionland I


Sales record- In October in Starke, portion of N'/fe' of NW'/. section section 16, T7S, R20E, $12,000. Starke loT 2, 1.10 acres in SWV of CORBETT' S
Bradford County missed the $2 6, T6S, R22E, $63,400. Byron W. and Mary Sue Kirkland NEVI section 11. T7S!, R21E, $13,500.
million mark by just$16,200, totaling Hazel R. Freeman to Martin to Roy S.: and Wilma J. Flournoy Barbara Leigh to E.M. Lewis, Stt
$1,983,800.One Richard and Ima D. Freese, Hampton Atlantic Beach, lot 38 Deerfoot Trailin acre parcel: in SEtt of SEr..,section
large commercial transfer, portion of Wr/ of SE'/4 and portion fractional section 2, T7S, R21E, 32, T6S. R20E, $6.000.
the sale of the Pizza Hut and adjacent of E'A of SWV4, section 31, T7S $30,000.L.J. Elite Q.Leverson to Dena M.Ford ii People Keep.
office complex to Bradford Furniture R21E, east of SR-325, $26,000. Kite to Jack A. and Wllda M. lot 2 and E 2' lot 3, block 36 Liv 1 i
Industries of Florida, Inc.,added Debris Watford to Ronald R. and Hardy, Starke, parcel 29. S 132' of N ingston, Truby and Go's addition to Coming Back
$457,500 to the total. Mary Jane Johnson, Lawtey, a parel! 264' of E 330' of W 660' in NWV4 of Starke,section 28,T6S, R22E.$2,000. '
Values are figured from the 200 ft. square in NE corner of a por- SW'/. section 11 T7S R21E, $10,000. MASO Inc to Sampson Lake Pro- Why?
amount of documentary taxes paidat tion of N'A of SW/4 of NW/4 section L.J. Kite to Roland R. and DianneM. perties, Inc. lot 24 Deerfoot Trail,
the time of recording the deed. 26, T5S, R22E, west of old SR-13, Gish, Starke, lot 51, 1.19 acres inN fractional section 3, T7S, R21E, Price and
Only transactions of $1,000 or more $15,000. W V4 of SWV4 section 12,T7S, R21E, $14,000.
are considered. Corl G. Oliver and Geraldine J. $5,000. William Angus McCall to Harry E. ServiceCome
Sales recorded in October are: Gales to Gerald E. and Barbara J. L.J. Kite to David B. and DeborahA. and Marianna Cooney, Starke,
Nina B. Andrews to James K. and Schlecht, Norfolk, Ne., S 142.5'of a 2 .Stegall,Starke,parcel 10,1.0 acre parcel in SWtt of NWVi section 3, Oak.'
Lisa Dugger, Starke, 1.22 acres In acre parcel in SE corner of NE'/4 of in NWV4 of SWV4 section 11, T7S, T7S, R22E west of SR-100, $37,000. & SeeROTATE
SW"4 of NE'/4 section 27, T5S, R21E, NWV4, section 34,T5S. R21E, $23,000. R21E. Herbert Q. Parrish to Eddie
north of Buck Lake Road, $6,700. Alan E. and Melody. Gibbs to L.J. Kite, Jr. to James G. and Lewis parcel in SWVi of SEy, andpared
Bradford Furniture Industries of Walter G. Jr. and Judith B. Squires, Monika E. Baker, Jacksonville, In NWV4 of SEV4, S & E of
Florida, Inc.,to Gary T. and Faye F. Jacksonville, lot 10 Indian Beach W132' of S330' of SH of NEV4 section SR-235 section 27, T6S, R20E,
Johnson, Alachua lots 4 &5,block 2, Subdivision Unit 3, $9,000. 11, T7S, R21E also E132'of W 364'of $188,000. SERVICE BALANCE
Davis and Truby's Addition to Townof Jesse F. and Belva Haas to DavidA. S330' In Sri 01 NEV4 section 11, T7S, Troy E. Phillips to Guy N.,Sr. and BRAKE &
Starke, in NE corner of SE'/4 of and Montez R. Carter, portion of R21E, $15,000L.J. Betsy S. Wolfe, lot 34, Seminole Replace pads or shoes; TIRES
NW',4, less She lot 5 and E10' of NV4 WW of NW/4 section 6, T6S, R22E, Kite, Sr. to Mary E. Tlpler. Ridge Unit No. 6 $7,000. resurface drums or rotors! : $5 495
lot 5, section 2, T6S, R22E, $24 400. $42,500. Alachua, lot 40 in River l3endEstates Charles I. and Betty Pounds, to pack bearings: bleed & ; $ 00Vfmrf
Richard Carter to Roy E. and JeanM. John R. Hall to Lawrence E. and 1 acre in WV4 of SWVi section Charlile B.and Allie Mae McKinney, road-test most American cars ] 6
Wells, parcel partly in W'/fe lot 48 Cora R. Dugger, Starke, lot 2, block 20, T7S, R21E, $10,000.L.J. Iota 15 and 16 Crosby Lake Inlet, &trucks. Metallic parts extra or
and partly in lot 49, Woodlawn, sec 2 Green Acres, in SE'/4 of NE'4 sec- Kite Sr. to Clifford G. Jr. and 12200. when required. RearNO ,
tion 19, T5S, R22E, $50,000. tion 20, T6S, R22E, $83,000. Donna Henderson, Starke, lot 47, 1 Terri A. Hodges to Randall A. HIDDEN COSTS ON BRAKE SPECIAL P r T IgTif Tn John Allen Jr. and Laura Jean John H.Jones and Douglas P. Hardy acre in NWV4 of SWV4 section 12, Griffis, portion of lots 60 and 61, ,
Shadd and Franklin and Barbara to Jeffrey W. Trag, Lawtey, T7S, r21E, $9,000. Woodlawn, section 31, T5S, R22E, FRONT END ALIGNMENT
Ann Cooper to Cleon and Mary Ann parcel in sections 23 and 26, T5S, L.J. Kite Sr. to Robert J. Frost, 1588,000. s
Griff, Starke, 27 acres in SV4 of N4 R22E, $69,900.Robert Alachua, parcel 36, W132' of E396' of Richard R. Rau to Paul L.and IdaJ. Includes set caster, camber&
of SW'<4 of NWV4, and SMi of SW'/. of Harris and Cathy Shine S330' in SV4 of NEV4 section 11, T7S, Otto, Keystone Heights lots 2, 13, toe In to mfrs.! specs. Inspect $149SFront
NW'/4, section 14, T6S,R22E,16200. Harris, to Ernest Murphy, Jackson R21E, $12,000.L.J. and east 62' lot 3, block C, replat of suspension & steering system.
Norita V. Davis to Michael C. and ville, lots 17 and 18, Breamwood Kite, Sr. to Dexter H. White Mt. Pleasant on Silver Lake,$85,000. For most American cars.!
Deborah H. Steed, Lawtey, parcel Lakeview, fractional section 4, T7S, Jr.,Starke,parcel 34,W132 of E6601of Earl C. and Jewell Reddish to vehicles Front wheel extra.drive Parts and Chevette purchase of
'10', 2.744 Acres in SW/4 section 36, R21E, $1,300.Michael S330' of S'/4 of NEV4, section 11, Warren J. and Dorothy L. Ruls, extra. Urea
T4S, R22E, $16,8800. M. and Teresa G. Hewesto T7S, R21E, 5000. 100'x200' partly in lots 1 2, 3 and 4,
Robert Dettarder and Walter W. Mike D. and Judy Lynne Cotton, L.J. Kite Sr. to Robert S. and block 36, Crosby Lake Shores, TRUCK TIRES USA
Sylvester to Dona A. and BarbaraM. Orange Park, lot 27, Geneva Shores, Shirley House, Hampton, lot 48, 1 $32,000. GRAN PRIX RVS
Legros, Shearston, Ontario, Gov. lot 1, section 36, TS, R22E, acre in NWV4 of SWV4 section 12, Wallace and Jacqueline B. Rivers MOUNTED AND
Canada, parcel in SWV4 of SEy4 sec $880,000. T7S, R21E, $10,000.L.J. 31X10.5015LT $71.00
Johnnie R. and Kathy C. Hobbs to Kite Sr. to Nelson Ford see Sale 9B BALANCED AT NO
tion 27, T6S, R22E, north side of SR Gary page
230, 84000. Michael R. and Mary K. Stefanelli, 31X11.5O 15 LT $78.00 EXTRA CHARGE
Opal K, Dickson to Edwin and lot 4 and E',2 lot 5, block 2, Hardy's xxx*** oac 33X12.50 15 $90.00
Frances L. Wilson, Tampa, W'/a! lot Addition to City of Starke, 43000. gcexrapx
5,all lot 6, block 1,Dowlings Subdivi. Philip Howell to Steve L. RADIAL XL MULTI-MILE POLY GLASS BELTED
sion, City of Starke $35,000. Whitehead, Starke, lot 1 block 2, Lit- Purple Gator Western WearHwy
Robert E. and Marilyne Firth to tle Hollywood, $2,500. I Pl 5-80R13 S37.00 31.00
Robert E. and Amanda E. Smith, ITT Rayonier, Inc. to S. Elizabeth 301 S. Starke 964-4809 P17 -80RI3 41.00 33.00
Lawtey, 2 parcels lying in W 300' of Danemn, Keystone Heights, parcelin P19 -7 R14 44.00 &37.00
> sections 23 and 26, T8S, R22E, Next to Gator n Farm Supply
N 4 of SE'/4 of NEV4, section, T6S, P20 -7 R14 46.00 539.00

R22E, $7,500.Fleet $15,000. and Associates f Get Ready : he'Fa' t.. P218-75R15 SO.OO 41.00
Finance and Mortgage, Inc. Jack Courtnay ,,,. For. ,,,,,,, .,} P235-75R18 2oo Ms.oo
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to James Jr. and Cindy R. Turner, Inc. to Brnard A. and Ovida T. Ll < >
Jacksonville parcel 18,1 acre, the S Barberan, Carmel, N.Y., lot 18, In- Western'BOOT SAtE ::1 '. '
132' Of N 1,056V of E 330' of W 990' of dian Lake Woods in SE'4' of SW/4, ;Air) 95tKt:
NW'/4 of SWV4, section 11, T7S, section 24, T88S, R22E, $15,000. For The Whole FamilyMen's { special\iiiit,6s: < I
R21E, $4,100.Fleet Jack Courtnay and Associates, 4?1 Service ;)$>
Finance and Mortgage, Inc. Inc. to John E. and Winifred M. Shirts Rack of Indies Jeans 4P Fr Yt '
to L.J. Kite, parcel 10, 1 acre in Turner, DeBerry, Fl., lots 10 and 11, : }, ''<''/.'.., "", -..>,.,.,.'?.<<>><,.
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NW\4 of SWV4, section 11, T7S, ARI Woods, $5,500. 20 0 } 4,1':1.:; CORBETT'STire
R21E, $3,200.Fleet Jack Courtnay and Associates, FJ:):.Y, :30elnf,.Or'l < (\;'
Finance and Mortgage, Inc. Inc. to King Lumber of Keystone,
to Otto Eugene and Catheryne E. Inc. lot 13, Indian Lake Woods, SE'4of & ServiceCJ
Harris, Lake Butler, 3 acres in SWV4 SW/4 section 24, T8S, R22E, LayAWaysWelcome
(see) U.S. 3O1 Temple Ave. Starke
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of SEta section 20, T7S, R22E, $5,900. w- Open: Mon.-Sat. 9-6 xj
$12,000. Dewey A. Jenkins to William J >f
Robert E. and Bobbie L. Fowler to Richard and Thelma Lee McQuaig, 964-6436 Uv/s
George W. and Linda M. Cruce, Brooker two parcels in W'z of NE14 it.w .%x. .%.%L%.%. .V.vv.t .v .vw .vL .%. .w ; _


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I Fluffy and soft. Color will Medium 12 Count Eggs Pastel MiM'a In your choice of: Paatel Kisses, Miniatures or Large asiortment to
not bleed. mail m3"" large or 14 ounce Plain or "Peanut or Rees.'. Miniature choose frjrn.:
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bunnies? Yes. Plenty and of sizes.cute,Bunnies soft and that cuddly even ones Thursday April 5 thruSunday 9-9 Mon.-Sat. Deerfoot Village .n.d..n- r..a..T..a: :: ':'=I::aronw.wr4.n--.o':':
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April,1990 TELEGRAPH TIMES&MOMTOH-B SKI: 'TION Pans! XR

LCS Student

Finalist" in SFCC Andrews Center Announces I


"Tell Me A Schedule For Summer A. R. C Term
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Story" Contest e The Andrews Center of Santa Fe 19-23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Regular Math,Principles of Economics I, Intro
Community College in Starke has registration for current students will to Humanities, Modern World'
announced schedule for SummerA be held from April 24 to April 27. An History to 1813, Fundamentals of
Lawtey Community School fourth which begins on May 14 and runs academic advisor from the SFCC Physical Science, Religion in
grader Esther Massey recounted a l to June 28. main campus will be present for the America, Intro. to Computers, and
hilarious old family story to becomeone Day and night classes will be offered regular session. Nursing Assistant.
of 30 finalists in the IBM/Good during the first abbreviated Summer C (May 14 to Aug. 16)
Housekeeping "Tell Me A Story..." six-week term.Registration. Summer A classes Include College classes include Principles of Ac-
contest, a competition for family Composition, Writing About counting I, Accounting II and
stories by children In grades K-6. for Summer A (as Literature, Advanced Composition, Calculus I.
Esther is the daughter of Abbie well as for Summer B and the U.S. History to 1877 Public Speak- For more information,
please drop
and Wayne Massey of Lawtey. As 14-week C Term) begins with ing, Elementary Algebra, College by the Andrews Center 'or call
one of the finalists, Esther, along registration for new students! April Algebra I and II, Topics in Finite 9645382.
with her school and teacher, will
receive an IBM Personal System/2 r
Model 25 computer and an IBM Pro-
printer II printer.Sponsored .
by IBM Educational
Systems and Good Housekeeping
magazine, the contest drew entries .
from school more children than across 35,000 elementary the nation .." I:'" -: !Jwy. 301 Afartb AUTHORIZED fodi iCe J1{o.

after it was announced last fall. AGENT
Judges narrowed the field to 10 --. -- -..- a t.-- 964-7500 538-0584
students, each from three Lawtey Community Schoollovtla grader Eather Massey sits In front of an IBM
categories: K-l,2-3 and 4-6 grades. Personal Syitem/3 Model 25 computer like the one she win receive.finalist
The top winner in each category In the "Tell Me A .."
IBM/CoocIIIleeplDI Story. content.
their will i
families and their teachers
be honored in May in Washington educational kit mailed last On winter night something upset ORlAN WELLSCQMgvV9JC9LfJ1CYJ(5
D.C., where the three winners will September to each of the 70,000 his chickens and this woke up my
tell their stories at an awards elementary schools across the country granddaddy. (He always wore
ceremony in the Russell Senate Office A lesson plan led their students longhandle! drawers In the winter
Building. through oral and written activities to time.)He woke up my grandma and
prepare them to research and write said"Ma get the gun."Then he ran
They win'also have their stories their own folktales based on Information to the henhouse with only his
published in the June 1990 issue of they learned from their longhandle! drawers on. Now the
Good Housekeeping and will tell families and communities. These long handles had a button-up flap In
their stories at a National Storytelling stories were entered into the na- the back. And somehow,
Festival in Jonesborough,Tenn., tional contest. unbeknownst to him, his flap got
next.October. This is the story Esther entered in caught on something. Granddaddy C'ELL'llLM PJlof}1{( ST/lo/I/ C'E1
the contest: got to the henhouse with his old dog .
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prehensive "Tell Me A Story..." cows and chickens. true I RICK WELLS Union
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I IFAS Unveils Biological Weapon Against the Mole Cricketby I LAKE AREA


au..., Rahn WAS has released millions of feed on the bacterium. When the south to Naples and Boca Raton. PHYSICAL THERAPY Inc.
leT Sfdt Writ. parasitic worms to 20 golf courses in mole cricket dies some 50,000 Jim Godwin manager of Starke ,
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Agricultural Sciences (WAS of the course greens spend an bacterium exit to infect other mole golf clubs contributed fun
University of Florida has been estimatated$44 million each year on crickets. ding to the program and he regrets CERTIFIED REHABILITATION AGENCY *
listening to golf club greenskeepers mole cricket control. Part of the biocontrol program's that the local club isn't included in
farmers and homeowners as they IFAS researchers have delivered attraction is that golf course the experiment.
cry for help to control the pesky electronic sound emitters to the golf superintendents are able to cut downon "We're spending $10,000 a year on Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
mole cricket. courses that imitate the mating call pesticide use. mole cricket control and still not do-
Maybe, just maybe IFAS has of male mole crickets. These emit- Mole crickets feed on grass roots ing a very good Job" Godwin said. & Speech Pathology .
come up with a new biological ters, one for each of the two speciesof and damage golf courses pastures Some of the more toxic chemicals
weapon, an imported parasite that is mole crickets, are placed on the and lawns burrowing raised tunnelsor used in prior years are no longer Medicare Insurance and Worker's Compensation Accepted
a natural enemy of the mole cricketin golf course turf. "galleries" just below the surface available, Godwin said, leaving only
South America. The electronic mating calls at- drying out the plants roots, chemicals that offer partial control. Karen Lord M.A. CCC/SP
The mole cricket is native to South tract the male and female cricketsto causing it to die. They seem to like Like other golf course managers
America, having arrived in the funnels that drop them into into a Bahaia grass especially well but Godwin hopes the new program wills Peggy Ploatner. O.T.R.
United States some 60-70 years ago bucket of eager nematodes. Golf work on St.Augustine lawn grass, offer a measure of control of the in Laura Hodges. P.T.
but became a serious problem onlyin course staff then distribute the also. .
recent years. It has few if any, nematode-infested mole crickets to sect.Pat Parkman, a post-doctoral) Beth Blgelow P.T.. RN, A.T.C.
enemies In the United States but Is other Pineview Golf Course Macclen- fellow working in the
areas of the course where mole at program said
kept under control in South Americaby crickets are a problem.The ny is one of 20 golf courses participating "At three separate pasture locations: S.R. 26 & Centre Street 486 N. Temple Ave.
a black wasp and nematodes, a in the IFAS trial project.The the nematodes reduced, on ant I Melrose. Florida 32666 Starke Florida 32091
parasitic worm. nematodes, which only preyon TPC golf course at Sawgrass in average the mole cricket populationby
mole crickets and house crickets, north St.Johns County is the only 90 percent.. Now grasses are 475-3113 9642208Hours
The black wasp lives in South enter the cricket's bodies and other course in North Florida par- recovering and the mole cricket
Florida but the climate is too cold in release bacterium which kills them. ticipating in the program. The re- population remains at a low level." by Appointment Physician Referral
this area for it to survive and pro- The nematodes spend two life cycles maining 18 courses are scattered Now, if IFAS could only find a
vide effective control. within the mole cricket, where they throughout the state from Ocala biological enemy for the"love"bug.

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III FmHA Seeking County Committee Nominees

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Eligible farmers in Alachua and the county or area committee are Supervisor Thompson.
Bradford counties are invited to carded out.They must be citizens of Nominating petitions must be
become nominees for the Farmers the United States or aliens lawfully returned to the local FmHA County
Home Administration County Committee admitted to the United States for Office by May 10. One vacancy on
FmHA County SupervisorMel permanent residence and be well the committee will be filled by this
L. Thompson has announced.The Qualified for committee work. election.
county committee assists the of those who meet the
FmHA County Office in determining eligibility criteria are also eligiblefor
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t M; Union County High Class of 1940 I



Holds 50th Anniversary Re 11ninn---....

by Buttr Rahn treasurer were there to teacher, and Harold Prlester, prin
leT Staff Writer greet their former classmates. cipal.
.r The world was on the brink of a Before and after dinner,the group Only two, Belva Hersey and
devastating war on that spring day, of approximately SO classmates and Charley Varnes married
March 23:, 1940, but for the 24 spouses visited with one another,re- classmates. There were only one
members of the Union County High counting old times and catching up pair of siblings, Nevin and Barbara
School graduating class there were on current activities. Summers Dorsey,and only two now
more Important things at hand. living out of state,Clara Lou Sandel
Graduation day, the end of a Although the class was small,and Nickells, residing in St. Mathews,
journey that began 12 years earlier UCHS a small school, several class S.C., and Mary Sue McGill Mosby
and marking the end of one era andthe members stood up to say they never residing In Canton, Miss. Many re-
beginning of another felt handicapped or lacking in mained in Union and Bradford Coun
: The class of 10 boys and 14 girls, education by attending UCHS. A
like other graduates, would scatterto number of teachers were ties.The reunion was a resounding success
L. the four winds,but 50 years later remembered for their dedication to said Edwina BurroughsMoody
A Saturday, March 24, they wouldreturn teaching. Especially rememberedwere now living in Keystone
---. ....... "1IJ1IJ -- for a reunion.In Mrs. Ruth McGill, homeroom Heights.mm .
the 50 intervening years, only
Class of 1940 at Union high.. two have died: Charley Varnes and i-i-i mm i SMI..-..eoI'J :..rJ 4 -ai -It4tatiloI_Itt!:
Members of the Union High School Class of IMO Reunion Carma Griffis Thornton.Iris Conner
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event will culminate Sunday,
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gathering those who live or who include a Cajun Feast with Don Baker Countians who have excelledin dent; Billy Tompkins vice. I
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1: ', Bradford-Burger King Invitational Set This Saturday, ., at BUS I

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Eighteen boys teams and 16 girls 440 relay: Iiueriauuea, T9.il. TT*: Meet record: 5'2". by Berate Gibson of Palatka. Meet record: 13'9", by Hall of Lake In the boys 4 by 100 the BHS team
teams are expected for the 23rd annual P.K.Yonge 50.8. The IHS team has a Long jump: Hill, O.Vanguard Sprint medley relay: Bishop Kenny Weir in 1986. ran 43.0 its best time of the year,
Bradford-Burger King Invita- chance at the relay record 49.5. lS'2\.ii1f.\ Meet record: 18'0". 326. Meet record: 3:37.6. and were 10th among about $0 r
tional this Saturday, April 7, 440 dash: Phil, O.Vanguard 59.5. Triple Jump: Brown, OV, 35'2tt". 220 dash: Smith, Eastside, 21.9. UF Relays... schools. The team was James Davis
The meet begins at 9:30: a.m. The Meet record: 57.8 by Pam Hawkins, Meet record: 34'6". Meet record: 21.88. The Bradford boys distance Allan Jenkins, Clyde DeSue, Tram-,
trials and finals and all field events BHS in 1983. Two mile run: Hollinger, medley relay team was third in the mell Jones. *;*
are set Saturday morning. The 330 hurdles: LeCorn, GHS, 48.0. Boys Competition Buchholz, 9:58. Meet record: 9:32,8: Class 3A competition at the Florida The same crew ran the 4 by 200 ,
preliminaries In both hurdles the Meet record: 466. In the boys competition the best by Golden of Palatka.in 1972. Relays last Saturday night in a rain- meters relay in 1:33.8.In : .
100 and 220 will be in the morning. 880 run: Lead performance com performances coming into the meet Mle relay: N.Marion 3:18.: Meet delayed race. the boys long jump Allan
Each school will be allowed only ing in Is Thomas, O.Vanguard, are: I record: 32379.: Three teaD\8t NM BHS ran 11:30.81.: Joel Jacobsen Jenkins was ninth over-all at 21 feet'
one entry per event. The reason Is to 2:20.5. Meet recordZ: 2:22.8. 120 high hurdle: Thomas, Buchholz,and Eastside,could breakthis Jed off with the. ,.!mile.Tyrone: even. .
establish some parity for the small One mile sprint medley relay: Palatka, 14.2. Meet record: 14.02. record. Sanders ran the quarter. Kenny In the women's shot Monique
schools who have one or two good Best performance coming in, GHS, 100 meters: McGill, O.Forest, Shot put: Smith, Interlachen, DeSue ran the 1200 meters. Larry Williams threw 31'10". In the girls
performers.All 4:25. Meet record: 4:23.1.: 10.62. Meet record: 10.61. 554". Meet record: 878%". Green ran the 1600 meters. discus Monique Williams threw
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the running finals began at 1:30 220 dash:' Galloway, GUS, 256. Mile run: Johnson, PKY, 4:25. Discus: Smith IHS, 1511". Meet Bradford was sixth over-all the 94'0' "
Meet record: 24.9. Meet record: 4:27.4. record: 169rs"' by Sehnert of 4 by 1600 meters relay and first In "They really did a good job, said.
pm.The lead performer in each eventin Two mile run: Blum, Buchholz, 440 relay: Buchholz 42.3, Meet St.Augustine. the Class 3A competition. The BHS Coach George Loper. Both Coach
the girls competition are, by 11:22.: Meet record: 10.51. record: 425. High Jump: Walker ES 64". quartet ran a 21:40.74.The team was Loner and Coach Annie Williams
event. Mile relay: lead time coming in is 440 dash: Mack, Eastside, 501.' Meet record: ?'0". by harris,. OV, Larry Green Joel Jacobsen, Kenny said the BHS performers had an excellent -
110 high hurdles: Bailey from Buchholz, 4:11.: Meet record: 4:10.: Meet record: 48.8 by Cory Roberts 1967 DeSue and Tyrone Sanders. effort.Upcoming. -,
Clay 15.7. Shot put: best throw coming In, BUS, in 1987. Long: jump: Smith, ES, 23'4". The girls 4 by 100 relay ran its best ...
100 meters: Bates NM 12 flat. ,Rowell,'Clay SOW. Meet record: 330 hurdles: McGill, Buchholz;, ,Meet record: 23'0". time, of the year, 51.6. They came BHS has a final home meet Tues-
The meet record is 12.02. 36'11", ,390. Meet record: 38.9. Triple Jump: Oliver, IHS, 44'11". back in the 4 by 200 meters relay and day, April 17, with Union High,
Mile run: er, Jax Discus: Boykin, Newberry 117'0". 880 run: Wells, Episcopal 1:59.: Meet record: 49'1" by Mosley, ran 1:52.23.: The team was Bridget Gainesville High, and Santa Fe.
Episcopal 506.: The BUS record Is Meet record: 124'6". Meet record: 1:58.5, the oldest BHS ,Palatka. Holder. Aurllla Williams Sharri The District 5-3A meet is set April
5:11.: High Jump: Brown O.Vanguard, Invitational record. It was set in 1970' Pole vault, :Drost,Buchholz, 12'6", Bass,'and Arkeva_Williams. 26 here.:

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team came back to win 10-9( over '.. .Ss 1 I 1 M.dlin.d 200MN..I
Ocala Vanguard on the Tornado\ diamond .. 411 ........... 011bqN

Tuesday afternoon, April 3. ./,,. 4000wIH,3b 412 Twk.r. Ib 411O..down. $11Dp. if.
BUS 3-14, had not won since ..lb 201 I01ray. 111
March 23 in the Santa Fe Tournament Aid.,." 100 c.".II III.unk.d
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The tie run and the go-ahead run
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scored in the bottom of the fifth on I. 2000 ; '.
the two run double by Donnie Francis pq. ala ,,,

Andy Goodowns singled Shaun .
M'T.W m.aY r n.y1
Nichols walked and
Darren Eunice
GHS Bradford
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singled to open the fifth. Goodowns
scored on a Reggie Sheffield groundball The Bradford varsity out hit pp + t
Gainesville High 9-8 but lost the y ,
before Francis' double. IrIIt 4' S idC1d1 ch avwy"ijt .
game 6-2 here Thursday March 29 ...
Kelly Dyal for-3 with a double, f )I' 4 M 114' 1f' .
Sheffield started on the mound. was the losing pitcher.
Kelly Dyal relieve with nobody out Terry Berry doubled and scoredon .) -
in the top of the 3rd and the bases a Shaun Nichols sacrifice in the 4 .
loaded. Dyal walked in one run, then second inning Reggie Sheffield -
closed the door. Dyal was also 2-f or-4 singled and scored on pitcher Kelly P M
at the plate.Fourteen. Dyal's double. .
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plate in the bottom of the third in scored the 3rd inning twice added against two hits Andy and Kelly Dyol fouls on.off In tho 10-t win ovor Ocala Vanguard.-Dyal' _.2-for-4' at th. plala and cam In to pilch and shut OV down. IHS cam bock aflar blng H
which BHS scored four runs. Terry
behind !,. H
who had
Goodowns relieve starter --
Berry led off with a single and
Dyal. Reggie Sheffield relieved back to back home Shannon Prw.n,9k 111 Murwln.d' III
scored on Kelly Dyal's RBI hit. inning with Emory Prevatt andPatrick runs by
GUS 10 BUS 9 ...... ,
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Goodowns w6walked two straight Patrick rf :
Goodowns walked Nichols singled, on,' helped James, McNeil Durham and Joe Arnold. Two GHS
"to,open.the sixVmiiing,.and gave Kenny Mercer walked and aOcred"orran the,fourth in ... .("' I. J :u: 11'-W''y: : ,PS: ":O''iit:
in
:!"Ftinlce: walked..aqLfhayaJLsdarJbh uR..1 (hit a 2-JIQI; bflm ;>U> .1Nnt..wJtb.,.ql'UPl.eame an error I urfu6
hflT/f'tran M.m t: ,,, RBI stngle''by ;JIMt"ArrIG' T I"H< 1 fmrfg no'IA !
wh and, two hits.One came in the fifth .
II' three ,run trlple.I.Y.&B eba.. ."__ .---.0-; 10.9 ''the ,Darren; ,Ewuce: uwai ea. on
Prevatt who came in at third base push Gainesville High by aboard. Travis Long singled andscored two hits.Pete Southall the GHS first
when Dyal went to the mound a.dlerd O."'..hA'O" Bradford varsity nine in the playoffof on a sacrifice fly by Emory baseman, tripled and scored. Pit
AOtHrr.nl. a tie game last Thursday Prevatt. cher Bobby Maiden homered to leadoff Upcoming...
'..lb 412 A.......co I 10 BHS scored three runs in the sixthon the seventh to tie the game! 9-9. BHS goes to Buchholz for a 4 p.m.
Two BHS runs scored in the first Ian..I $00 CIIM.n.2b I I I The Feb. 21 game was tied 9-9 Andy Goodowns 2-RBI single with game Friday, April 6.
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MN..1 200 M.Id.n
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when Terry Berry walked; and p when it was called because walked and BHS is idle
0o.d.wn.Ib 201 Turn.rl// III Eunice, who Long, next week during Spr-
James McNeal singled. Berry .."" .co I 13 Dodd 3b 4 0 I darkness. Kelly, Dyal,. who re- aboard on an error, and Dyal who ...._ O.High ing break.
scored on a error at second" base. NIeII.I,.. 000 Murwl.." 4 1 0 entered the game with one out in the had singled, on base.A AM.r.ak MIM III Durrnin.cf A.O"411 Action resumes at 4 p.m Tuesday,
McNeal scored on a sacrifice by .0101..110, ..d $00 200 SooMdl 1 Goodowns Ih.f.ld. d I 1 10.I. pitched 7 innings of the game, Bo one GUS run in the first. Another .M 4)1 ......,. 411long High.
Prior to Tuesday, BUS lost 6-2' and .p 101I. Hersey 2.Dyal's. scored In the second on two singles: .I0 I III I t fttahfanV dlirlwi.lk 31 111 3000d.lb' BHS hosts Buchholz in the final
10-9( to GHS. 3000. 3-run homerin: the second! Two GHS runs came in the third on' C.....d6- 4 I I Timor.Ik 411 game of the season April 19.

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Bradford High girls'Softball Dede McNeal, Hachael Tyson, Kim easily win" says Coaui sue: ineste. 1Pf
team shut out Ocala Vanguard 6-0 Teal, and Kishanna Spooner.
last Thursday, March 29, for its seAgainst. Buchholz the four BHS ,
cond win of the season. hits were by Shere Brown Latara Upcoming.i .. iri$
The struggling girls also lost 11-2 Jackson,Kendra Butler,and a triple BHS plays Eastside High of 11 I fV'
to Buchholz Monday, 2, and, by Rachel Tyson. Gainesville at Westside Park at 4:30
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15-0 to Keystone Heights High TuesPlaying KHS Tuesday, BHS had pm.The ; u. l diA, t ;
day, April 3. seven hits. Shere Brown was 2-for-3. team is idle next week for Spr-
Those with one hit were Felicia ing break. '
Against Vanguard, Stephanie 'Aaron, Latara Jackson Kendra Action resumes April 17 when BUS I"wpw'h l)4' .>
Gainey Latara Jackson and Rita Butler, Dede McNeal, Sharie Meier. plays Gainesville High here. ,
Stepheny each had two hits. Kendra ,., "We hoping that the girls will put The final season game is Thurs- n" .
Butler had one hit, a triple. Others it all together for the District tourna- day April 19, when Santa Fe High
having one hit were Felicia Aaron. ment. If we could do that....we could visits. ,

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BANKING HOURS 'BHS Boys and Girls 1 Netters Take

Super NoW $750 and above 5.00%' Main Lobby:

$740 and below 4.50,. % 9-4 Mon.-Thurs.
9-6 Friday Wins Against Suwannee HighIdentical

Money Mkt. $2500 and above 5.50% V .

$2499 and below 5.00% Drive-in: wins for both the boys good win," said Coach Jerry
and girls tennis teams at.Bradford of the boys. "Finally;
8.4 Mon.-Wcd.. High came Tuesday afternoon,April, ; orin," the coach said of the
SAVINGS 8.6 Thurs. & Fri.. 3, at Suwannee'High. ma ten. Maybe the win will. help
The win leaves the boys'at 9-2 for of the girls, McGriff
9-12 Sat. the season and 5-1111 DistS-SA play. .
Personal 5.00% ($50 minimum) The girls are 3-8' and 2-4. In the
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Moola Moola 5.00% (NO Minimum) district.' : mlng.,.
seed Mart Shuford BUS
No.l : and last home match this
"Bradford defeated ,Joe Jason SHS; 8-2,8-2. 88."A for the tennis team is at 3:30
: No.2 seed. Welty. BHS, Uday (Thursday,April 5) when
FIRST ''CountylPint defeated Chris Allen SHS, i"A High visits.
I Banking> 6-0,2-6,6-4.. No.3 seed Chad Welch, April 0, at p.m. the
606 West Madison Street. I\j TI ) \..' Alternative In BHS, defeated "Jamie Kirby SHS -< 0361. No.4 seed Michael McKin- will be made up.It is the final
t
Ibnlbn Starke, Florida 32091 :\. : More Titan 32 nejr 62.1No.5 reed- Jon Kile, SHS. of. the season.
FDiC TI n." o- Shannon Hicks, Friday's match at
((904)) 964.9696 of Bradford County
IlQUtiJD.- BIAS.; defeated',M1ke Hester, SOB ugus was cancelled ,due to
't-lf-Q.! >9. : weather.
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I Area ServicemenShane



Burrus promoted to her resent rank while resident of Ralford\ has completed':
Completes TrainingP.F.C. serving at Naval Facility Whidbey recruit training at Marine Corps
Island, Oak Harbor, Wash. Recruit Depot ParrU bland, S.C,
Shane Burrus completed his A 1983 graduate of Keystone
military occupation specialty train- Heights High School and a 1987
Ing for the U.S Marine Corps March graduate of the University of North During the 13-week training cycle,
22 at Camp Geiger, Camp Lejeune, Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Peoples was Introduced lo the
degree, she Joined the Navy In typical dally routine that she will experience -
N.C.Upon arrival at Camp Geiger November 1987.Thomas during her enlistment and .
Burrus entered Marine Combat Edwards studied the personal and professional .. n --- '..-' -- 1'B:!
Training and studied ambush and standards traditionally ex- FFA Livestock Judging< Team Flnl het10th at State.
patrol while remaining In the woods Receives PromotionMarine hibited by Marines. TIle Bedford .,.
Senior
FFA U
tock _
for three weeks.In Judjtag T placed ta tin hip 10.t the Nab Ch-r4omWp..U.U.bersily of
CD!. Thomas H. Edwards, l.rida Sat.... .March The
a ea.ptr 17. tout flubbed..11Mb
his last She In all active pll.o..w.1100 teams who _
phase of entered lies
training at the 1985 graduate of participated a the potItIea ees
Keystone Heights leweL Team
School of Infantry,Burrus specialized High School, has been promoted to gamed conditioning program and eglooal lien area Tcu.ay Balboa,K..J.day Adt s.atIt pimM Wuu.JEB. .-.
in mortar firing and received and his present rank while serving at proficiency I in a variety of
expert rating. He will leave Starkeon Marine Corps Air Ground Combat military skills Including close order
April 7 for duty in Guam. Center, Twentynine Palms, Calif. drill and first aid. Teamwork and
liliil
Burrus a 1989 graduate of Brad- He joined the Marine in elf-dlsclpllne: were emphasized
Corps July
ford High School. 1987. throughout the training cycle.A .

Traci Aljets PromotedNavy Laura Peoples fiiiioi I I I
Petty Officer 3rd Class Traci Com 1983 graduate of Keystone
pletes TrainingMarine
L. Aljets, daughter of Alllison G. AI- Heights High School, she Joined the : .
Jets of Keystone Heights, has been Marine Corps Reserves In October
Pvt. Laura J. Peoples, a 1989.

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, IMPORTANT NOTICE Game and Fresh Water Com- Last year, Florida was numbertwo fish management areas. suited), visual distress 'signaling
mission reminds anglers that there in the nation in boatingrelateddeaths. Boats are required to have: A devices on coastal waters, bell or
la more to fishing than sturdy rods Coast Guard approved personal whistle (every vessel less than 12
and proven lures. In Florida you Fishing licenses are available at flotation device for each person on meters or 39.4 feet in length must
need a freshwater fishing license the county tax collector's office. An board,a throwabledevice (for boats carry an efficient soundproducingdevice
Beltone Hearing Aid service welcomes you and, if you fish by boat you need to annual freshwater fishing license for 16 feet and over) an approved, fully ).
residents Is Persons under charged fire extinguisher (not required -
know the rules of safe boating.Col. $12. age
to come and meet our service technician, Bob Edwards director of thecommlsslon'l 16 and residents over 65, handicapped on outboard motorboats less The commission urges all boatersto
leave a float plan with a responsible -
Division of Law Enforcement individuals and military person- than 26 feet in length and not carry-
said the commission will nel home on leave in Florida are exempt ing passengers for hire, if the construction party before leaving shore. Afloat
of such motorboats will not plan details where you are going
Linda Shippat be stepping up patrols on freshwater from license requirements. permit the entrapment of explosiveor with whom, what your boat
Cane pole fisherman are not required -
lakes and rivers as fishing picks up
and as recreational boating In- to have fishing licenses in flammable gases or vapors and if looks like and what time you expectto
Eckerd's Drug Store, Starke creases. their county of residence except in fuel tanks are not permanently in- return.

From 10:00: a.m. till 2:00: p.m. .
Pageant

Tuesday, April 10th

seek a degree in business ad- the students be the best<< they can. with small children.She Is presentlythe for two years. During her
We service all makes and models of Hearing ministration and to someday be the Donna is sponsored by Dexter s Cafe president of the Law Enforce- sophomore rear Miss Blom receivedthe
head of a corporation. She l la spon- Gourmet. ment Explorers. Miss Mann's ambition Hugh 0 Brian Leadership Foun-
Aids and offer free hearing evaluation. If youor snrwt by M & G Tile Company. Jaruawan "Noy" Srivibul, 17, lawyer is to Lori become Is sponsored a successful by ding dation college Award.and Shae majoring plans on In attten-radia-

someone you love has a hearing problem, Donna Christine McDavid, 20,the of of Starke.David Miss and Srivibul UnchalseBarr is Register OIL.Marguerite tion therapy and ultrasound.Shear She is
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald currently a freshman at Santa Fe Louise (Marjl Hall, sponsored br.Glenda's
or difficulty understanding conversation, McDavid of Brooker. She is a Community College (SFCC). Noy 18, the daughter of Robert and JoanL. Timberjack Design, Stump Inc.s Department, Patrick Welch!
sophomore at SFCC. Donna enjoys was chosen Miss Teen Rainbow in Hall of Starke. MarJI Is currentlyan
Land and Goldilocks.
please come and take advantage of this free playing piano horseback riding the Florida Rainbow Pageant. Her SFCC freshman. She enjoys Surverying
sewing,reading and writing. In high Interests Include designing and sew- writing poetry and short stories, Kimberly Gall Singletarybl7,the
offer. If you can't come in, please call school Miss McDavid was involved ing clothes, volleyball, crafts, and swimming and being with friends. daughter of Mr. S.
with many clubs Including 4-H, spending time with her family. Noy Marjl has received honors in both Singletary of Lawtey. A brunette
378-2088 and make an appointment. FFA, French Club, and Key Club graduated from Bradford High the National Poetry Contest and with brown eyes, Kimberly is cur-
Donna's ambition is to become a School with several honors, including World Poetry. Her ambitions in- senior at BHS.She especially -
special education. !!.teacher and help the National Science Award clude graduating from college and enjoys helping young children and
and the SFCC Board of Trustees pursuing a career In medicine. Miss being with friends. Miss Singletary
Scholarship Award. She is enrolled Hall sponsored by Mitchell's Drug plans to become an elementary
in the Fashion Merchandising and Store of Starke. school teacher and to strive to keep
Announcing the Opening of Designing Program In the fashion drugs out of Bradford County.She is
industry. Noy is sponsored by the Shanae Lynn (Shae) Blom, 17, sponsored by Burger King of Starke.
China Restaurant of Starke. the daughter of Chief ana'Mrs.Jim- Tavia Lynn Hedding, 17, the
my Epps of Starke She Is a junior at daughter of Norman and Linda Hed
Bradford Family Lori Mann, 18, the daughter of BHS and 'is currently enrolled In ding of Starke. She is a senior at
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Maria C. TaibiMrs. children and 16 great grandchildren.- -- I chell moved to Starke in 1978 from Cemetery, Waycross. Ga. at 2 p m. Funeral services for Mr. Howard of local arrangements.
A Rosary Service was held at 7 Waycross, Ga. She was :; under the direction of Jones Funeral were held Sunday, April, at 3 p.m: ,
Maria Clccotto Taibi 79, of April 1, at Jones homemaker, former member }Jof Home of Starke.Charles in the Harmony.Free Will Baptist Edna B. SullivanMrs.
Graham, died Saturday! March 31, Funeral Home of Starke. Eastern Star and a former memberof Church with Rev. Bud Hill of. Edna Bell Mills Sullivan 69,
in Bradford
Hospital following a Funeral services for Mrs. Taibi American Legion Auxiliary. C. Howard, Jr. ficiating. Burial was in Elzey Chapel of Theressa, died Wednesday,
illness. Born In
long Mrs. Taibi moved to Graham New York City, were held at 3 p.m. Monday, April 2, Survivors Include one son, John Charles Canova"Chuck" Howard, Cemetery under the direction of Ar-- March 28, In North Florida Regional
years ago from New York.She over 20 In St. Edwards Catholic Church with Frank Mitchell, Jr. of Starke: one Jr., 19,of the Dukes community near cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Hospital, Gainesville, following a
member of the Catholic faith. was a Father Bill Hochheim officiating. sister, Bessie Strickland of Ft. Lake Butler,died Friday night from Sarah M. ToddMrs. long illness. Born in Starke, Mrs
Survivors include two Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery Walton Beach; two grandchildrenand injuries received in an accident He Sullivan lived for a short time in
Julia T. Griffis of Graham daughters and AnnaT. under the direction of Jones Funeral four great grandchildren.In lieu was a native of Union County wherehe Sarah M. Todd 81, of Lake Palatka, returning to Starke in 1986.
Clayton of Hampton Lake Home of Starke. of flowers, contributions may be had lived all his life. He was a Butler, died Tuesday afternoon in She was a member of Hope Baptist
son, Joseph A. Taibi of Astoria; one made to The First Baptist Church 1989 graduate of Union County High the North Florida Regional Medical Church and was a homemaker.
N.Y.; two slates Giulia Ippolito, Ellen G. MitchellMrs. Building Fund, 163 W. Jefferson School,was a farmer and a memberof Center in Gainesville, following an Survivors Include her husband,
North Valley Stream N.Y andAngela Street, Starke, FL 32091. Harmony Free Will Baptist extended illness. Born' in Panama Percy E. Sullivan, Sr.; one son Percy
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Ellen lona Griffin Mitchell services for Mrs.Mitchellwere
Funeral
Church. Canal Zone Mrs.Todd lived most of E. Sullivan, Jr.; one brother,
Asaro. Astoria, N.Y.; two 93, of Starke, died Wednesday held at 10 a.m. in DeWitt C. SUrvivors Include his mother and her life In Miami and Hialeah. She Howard Millsone; grandson, Percy
brothers Domenico
Flushing, N.Y. and Ciccotto, March 28, In Bradford Hospital Jones Chapel, Starke, Friday, stepfather, Cynthia A. and Jim moved to Lake Butler three years K. "Rusty" Sullivan, III, all from
Calogero Ciccot following a long illness. Born in March 30 with Rev. Ben of
Bryant
Stevens of Lake Butler; his father, ago.She retired from civil service at Theressa, Starke.
to. Jackson Heights, N.Y.
; 10 grand Bullock County, Alabama, Mrs. Mit ficiating. Burial was in Oakland ,
Charles C. Howard, Sr. of Dukes; Homestead Air Force Base and wasa Funeral services for Mrs. Sullivan
two brothers Zeb Howard of Dukes member of the St. Johns Apostical were held at 2 p.m. In Hope Baptist
and Marcus Stevens of Lake Butler; Catholic Church in Hialeah. Church on Saturday, March 31, with
his paternal grandparents, Canova Survivors Include one daughter, Rev. Gary Heath and Rev. Edgar
and Shirley Howard of Dukes; his Marie Benefleldof Lake Butler; 10 Wilkinson officiating. Burial was in
maternal grandmother; Jewell Law grandchildren and 23 great grand Hope Cemetery under the directionof
of Melrose; his paternal great children. Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
grandmothers, Reva O'Steen of Providence Funeral services were held Saturday
90 DAYS and Irene Howard of Dukes; morning at graveside in
his maternal great grandmother, Woodlawn Park Cemetery in South
Annie Pearl Crawford of Pro Miami at 10:30 a.m. Archer Funeral Julia B. Lippman
vidence. Home of Lake Butler was In charge
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64, of Atlanta, Ga. died Tuesday,
SAME AS CASH! March 27, at her home following a

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CenterStarke Atlanta in 1948 from Melrose. She
NO PAYMENTS REQUIRED was a member of the Baptist faith,
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widow of Herbert J. Lippman who
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Personal Rev. Herschel P. Barrington officiating
Auto AccidentsDR. under the direction of

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